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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 13, 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 "remarkable improvement" Incore they had to read a paragraph and which specific: skill a student baa not
derive an opinion.In mastered. Instruction 1 then in
*-on the Florida State Assess : given
u" P Jh ment Test- Part formerly called math, only 47 percent of the those areas.
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to Mrs. Lucille Payne director: volving weights 51 percent passed take SSAT-Part: question
of curriculum and instruction: problem Involving comparison(hop are not supplied the school system;
ping, 83 percent could determine the the results are available only in "
Bradford; High juniors cored In the area of rectangle and 69 percent percentile form and by skill areas.
100 percentile range on communications could determine the time between two The State Board of Education and
skills. the only county of a events. the Bradford school system require
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'survey of. some 30 to score that high as that 100 percent of the basic skill standards -
*. 1i.j. far a*' Mr*. Payne knows now "The. 11th grade ha*. shown be mastered before graduation.
although she has not received county remarkable improvement." Mrs. Student failing to matter certain
;t!'. comparisons. But she doe have comparisons
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I'i of how well Bradford ,gotten Into the program saturated remediation exercise.
as students scored compared with their the student with this material." Eleventh grade student will have

past performanceIn '. The school: system now hal a compensatory remediation opportunities during the
<1377. 88 percent of the Juniors education program. second semester. The test can be

J p r passed' the communications skills, in Teachers now strew reading no mat taken in October and May of each \
1978 96 percent passed, and this October ter'' what course they are teaching, school year. Students must retake only

.... 100 percent: passed. Only one of Mrs Payne says the part of the test they fail, and a
223 BHS Juniors taking the test failed Consumer education I Is being stressed can retake a* many time a*
J i nP1aMIXIrrWrYi communications skills.In In all math classes and fa home necessary.At .
mathematics 80 percent of the economic classes. the adult level the Bradford

)Down on the Farm Juniors passed till compared to Grades 3, 5, and 8 are given the 'school system requires passage of the
Mrs.Andasta Bennett (far lent and 74 percent last year and 49 percent In SSAT-Part I test. School are then' tate assessment test before a \

I .J.V.,Edwards (right ebst with their 1977 is indicative supplied with the answer to the,quesA diploma Is required. 1
Higher score by the juniors
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celebrated Sea. Edward Ken'nedy
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_I Ig (above about left). Joan farming Kennedy operations and her in specific skill required Comparison of State Composite Student Performance

I presidential_ candidate husband 'get the tests) Mrs. Payne says. Average percentage ol students achieving each standard for reading,

comfortable on tome hay bale 'In the "I am extremely proud of the performance writing and mathematics, W7.17*, 1OT) .
back of a pickup truth as they tour Oie of our student The -', .
,Edward and Bennett, ranches (ten). dedication of the teachers and their Mead,t ".,: 1 ''\': o/II Percentile Paning, .?; .
The media made the event and here. commitment to teaching basic skills rt.'. dOrade3 ,"a:".. Grades S Oradel Grade it
r 4 t 9 Kennedy' entourage of reporter and I* evident." say BItS Principal,Jim ,, 1t11. ...., !! ..a .. '.' 72 e3 A 'n'rtifau' ;

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the lower grades, then gotten worse ,
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i BROOKER-In an event truly for the media,Sen.Edward drawn since castigating the Shah of Iran Kennedy would 1977.graders for instance, percent aldUs of third II 72 15 ISStarke
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Kennedy (D-Mass.) caused a small furor Tuesday afternoon not answer directly but laid the issue has been resolved passed !
the test. )n grade five the percentage .
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center when he visited with his "with the assurances of the secretary of state \ .
in this quiet farming and I
I of passing fell to 72 percent in .
Mrs. Anadasia Bennett. The senator did not elaborate.The .
wife, Joan and her grandmother
Sen. Kennedy made a non-political: at the Tung Acres stopover on the way to Miami for a fund raising drive grade 8 It fell to e3 percent. ThIs year Native Appointed FSP Head ;
of the passed
79 percent juniors
Ranch, Mrs. Bennett' home and for a few hours visited included a tour via pick-up trucks of the Bennett ranch andJ. reversed itself. ;
with his wife, his 11- ear-old son, Patrick, and about' 50 V. Edwards farm. Edwards I II a long-time friend and reading a* the trend Starke native and 19-year veteranof dent until the appointment was made. 1 1 \

local dignitaries and fri nds. business partner of Mrs. Bennett' 'SOO-acre This year 80"percent of the juniors the Department of Correction was Strickland who has 'worked at t l 1\\
Among those visiting were Union Count Sheriff John Inspecting Mrs. Bennett's hay barn on the passed the basic math skills part of named Monday superintendent of several prisons since beginning at :
Whitehead, Bradford County Sheriff Reddish and Kennedy to her home this 1 Mrs. Bennett explained to tile SSAT-1I compared to 74 percent Florida State Prison. FSP In 1960 currently i* superintendent I :
Alachua County Sheriff Lu Hendry. It the Kennedys' first and reporters that it the best hay on the farm hi 1977 and 49 percent in 1978 a steady Clayton G."Sohnp"Strickland Jr. of Baker Correctional Institution !
visit to the ranch in three years.: and i Is used for dairy cattle. Mrs.Bennett acknowledged to Improvement In the third grade this 47, will take over the $27,031 annuaipoet in Olustee. ,
The Kennedy'and friends and the senator's entourage of her grand-son-in-law that even,she had problems with far year 81 percent passed the math Jan. 2, DOC official say. )
no less than 60 television magazine, radio and newspaper ming. skills, In the fifth grade 72 percent.. The FSP position has been tem
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re rtera.and photographers and 13 Secret Service agents "The cost of fuel has Just,increased greatly, the 81-year- and in the eighth grade 75 percent porarily filled since the former w1e mOWn (ltrltr r l' '
enjoyed;:*.. barbeque lunch under majestic oaks and- old grandmother told kennedy. He offered no. solution to passed showing the llth grader, superintendent David Brierton was
magnoliaftbehlnd the Bennett house. .* \\the problem. compared well with them. promoted to the new DOC post of Inspector J :
-.Removing hill coat and rolling his shirt sleeves, Kennedy/ After discussing the hay farm operation with, Edwards .Weakest klll in communications general In mid-September t
dug-intp,4, southern style meal of potato salad coleslaw, 'and hired hands, the 15-truck caravan through the picturesque J.C. Comb was acting auperinten- ,,
i baked beans, barbeque chicken and spare ribs and pecan farming country of Alachua and Bradford counties to j
pie. Commenting on the good food the senator went J hack; Edwards' farm. Just east of.Worthington Springs. A shortstop '
I for seconds. was made before going into the farm to let Kennedyand Index. UCI Inmate Found 1 :
Kennedy arrived the Gainesville Regional airport\ at his family ride In the back of hay-filled truck. ... .

I 11:30: Tuesday and was later met by his wife at the ranch. Edwards' 1,000-acre ranch is devoted to cattle raising ik'-.V; Beaten DeathA j ; I
and farming such: stringbeans, soy ,beans anq. to .
Mrs. Kennedy and her sister,Candy McMurray.of Houston crop as TWO SECTIONS,
had spent the night with her grandmother.. > .,winter rye. V SECTION At, I' Union ,'Correctional Institute In- l'' t
Billed as',a family,;' get-together Kennedy spoke, very It was a rare appearance on the campaign trail with her $ briefly with reporters-.. customary Jab at President husband for Mrs. Kennedy. She said In an interview last; 'EdltorUt.S*.. .. .'. Page 4A Saturday morning. Dec. I, after his "..
Jimmy Carter and his handing of inflation."e: 'week;;that she will campaign full time when she finishes,, \. News wM: *Pages 1A-3AiiASi4A head had been.brutally beaten said a f

'There,.has to be..strong. intervention by the president ,work-on a master's degree in education' at Lesley College olC.Fine ';;,.' h1L.gaI&ReaIEsdSaii.Page11A Department of Correction ,l'" J
against Il increases! pricesKennedy, said. adding Inflation Art: In dressed ing. \ ; ::\: '\;' ;'. >" spokesman. *. < 1 ';'
is the NO. 1 issue. ,Mrs Kennedy a grey tweed slack suit andto 1 Q.; ; ". 8 ,.. Verdi Earl Graham 32i; who was lImIJ.QAL..QK.Jl ., I
-"It take a very active Intervention i by the president on., bright red turtleneck sweater, appeared very relaxed{ and$ ':\JSportstPo9.s19: -,$,1.It11t0CiassIiads.Pageita' serving a -30-year sentence for',,attempted CHRISTMAS GIUWAIMNGby j ,
.in good spirits. Recovering from alcoholism Mrs Kennedy t .. the IHS ART CLue )
the escalation 'in prices to have an effect. I haven't seen. \ first-degree murder, was !
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y!'. Other DOR let 96.3,Indian River 84.8.Lafayette 69.3. I
counties receiving: y
Property" Appralaer'JimmyAlvarei alue& ,rang*,it. IeastyI9r Atva.raui.uotini that may be the ten criticizing assessment levels and Marion 77.2, Martin 87.1. Nassau so, ,DEC. 11 :;. .i } '\
ay* Iw.: rtU request a conference to, cent fromprobably> the average: meaning 'reason'the.county was Included. In their, average assessment are Osceola 79 Palm Beach 76.4. Pinellas CHRISTMAS CANTATA ; if
discus--the: \ criticism of Bradford. Bradford assessments vary.from' ,75" to 1 those.criticized, by DOR. .Calhoun. 82 : percent. Plagler .83 76.4. St.Lucie' W.6V 'Santa Rosa,11.. : / IN U..Matlb.dIM ", .:;i' a : :tt,: 't\
County tax assessment by the. state 99 p rrcent,of .market yaluet' ;+; POR in Gilchrist 74.7,Highlands 83.6,Holmes Seminole 82.8, and Walton 83.5.:* :>y.9+s. Chwcfc CfcwK CIIolr' -.- l
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Department of' Revenue. "We ought to"felt some mallet vahie'a ,asaes ments. Alvarez believes I il : ; 'J.i -S"'; ;. 4,,
know near 100 percent as we can without levels for ;.'>t' ; : 'l; .F '
"We doI 't Just yet, what wear 'to' equalize assessment : Crops Okay ;. ? : ... ,.. '. MONDAY,pfciy. #, t
100 tv-.v .(,rr'1" 'f :1
facing Alvarez said ..Monday putting anybody over, percent school funding. Forcing 1.counties to fJ' .. I "v .. '

noting he baa IS day to respond to the "We're'close-to that. / If"the' leaving percent of market value and : ;\ : < CtAOrOBO.....................-uIO.'I COUNTY ,,' ',\,-,, ; \ .''
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out the other 48 will the Rain Hits Hard' ; .
criticism. 'of the tax, assessment average i* n.. now, our; rang.ia only Big .; fFour MaN/eg1nOSPM. 1 =::;::
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cited ? :: funding M.V- "
Bradford 1 Is one of counties about W,percent, from 73.to 95 per .
last week .by. DOR Director Randy cent. kilter Alvarez thinks. and a half Inches of rain,falling in the Starke area Thursday "i 1' ..... '' ',I' ,.i,. .a

Miller a* failing unacceptably: below 'Alvarez pla *' 'argue with'DORthat '''At't.h present'time, I don't have ., afternoon and Friday night. Deco 6-7 put graded roads In some sections .r tucsMiKirm s %tF., ," :, :
100 percent of "Just value" to proper: if 100 percent i* to be used a* an any plan to rework my values*says under water sent water over the dam at Sampson Lake outlet. and caused s Dbmcr.ViOO f.m "it -:::,+, i! I
ty appraisal a* called :for. In tbiFlaida average Some assessment will have Alvarex.. "At the same time, I don't Rowell) Lake,to rise ,JJ inches from water pouring down throUgh M*;.tl.f Constitution. to be higher' than. 100 percent aDd110MI' plan to put Bradford County in the Alligator Creek. ,. _.
.-- lower, position of having its tax roll turned County road superintendent Leon Ellington laid portions of the .DlUDA"JlI '
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-J Bradford It I assessing at au percent "Once you get to .the 100 percent ''down.either." Marklee Starling Road. Laura .Church Road Meng Dairy Road. Owen STMICI CITY .l<11 ::;:; -J i j
compared to a statewide 63 percent the Joist Plant Road and the Jordan Miller road along Alligator Creek east couHotMirrmoIATU18OAY. y4 -I
half of
level have about '
assessment. level despite the 100 you'll 1QO pro or In questioning figure IUII that DOtt of town were under water a* a result of the f loodBradford's ldbap.M" "' ,,
,perty owner over percent Alvarez out
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DOR point
I Jontel set by the Constitution.UBhwFCounry fire tower an average of 3.9 inches during ,"
reported
IIW over market vah e. I don t think that commercial properties along three PIC.:8STAMICOMMUMITV .4: .
average* assessment, lung the > recorded 4.8 Inches of rain; Keystone Heights i
I*flrM flays the Bradford appraiser. : ia Starke with other Jew period; Camp Blanding CMOCUSC :;':',::
level-1oaA percent of market value traveled highway i in the county to measured....and Stark lopped the list with u. -.rt..4 OimmurtlyHSAUO1TCMRUM :..; : .:.: : ;
tteojAtt DOR figures Had nOR pfded on the 1* counUe 'in Ellington said no bridge were washed out but several were under' : c..Is..... .-, c. { I'.:::Z. j
In with the lowest .widen the perceived range property John road near.Hampton. Water la f i\ x I '. .... I
lAivarexrwanU.1 Co'diK"UIS* DOItmethods the late value without considering\ the n<-J waterIncluding the one on Pledger "a'I I'" '. 'e....... ,
used In arriving at property assessments, it would be one thing ,Alligator Creek rose to within one foot of the bridge on Flume Road betM'ween 9190laa.Courtesy .::t I.,.'
:.ame.a: >d to ask why Bradford I*us- Alvarez says. But be Manta to know feet value, SR-lft and SR-23O. which i*usually six or seven above the creek 1 '"-: : '
DOR choe,criticize:MOM At the time, US-MI leveL fast "however and damage was Of' 4 J., .
i "lid d jjt* an example when It ha one of 'why name prime property He said the high water "got away ,, : \ \
the highest assessment level.In the counties aseaiiic the highest in the was rated on a front-foot cost,, not as might be expected. 7'v, t'iIV'i'! !
I State, state and compared 'to property Inn. the After an trope strawberry nelda'earfy this week. County Agent l r .: > 1; Vfg
t"Local assessments average" '83.9' Bradford i II probably assessing the top' older downtown section. of the. city Bobby:Taylor said there was no evidence of burn on the young p1.antsand' ,:'li "" -i; ),1*,'f'l:)! : {, 1'

percent of market value now, Alvarez 19 percent: of counties UM Alvarez said.Pricing .damage to green was also mir mal. ---LYOt: St.q,1Ft/ ,. ",:';- ,'ih'w... };.. W!!
highest la the Alvarez outlying mobile home property '" '\\I;
byrtb DOK' own lowest state, say : a. : '
'ea&natecSince::: that Is an average.It on a front-foot basis Instead of Mild Weather. No Rain Predicted For Weekend '. H.y30H, 84--eora ,' '. ;IiteytlOfte

neanathat some BradfordHMtesaments ,Bradford ia one of 19 ccunUea In by acreage w'another DOR assessmeat Te ,i- yweatberforecastsachanceofehowezsFrldayandSator: 'CO All"HMignes"i'$t.A !: ? .... ,44 IIHoty I"
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are' lower' and some which an bs-depth study of property'apprajsaai practice: with which Alvarez, : t!
carried out last day. It will bit partly cloudy and mild over the weekend. 473-4G73
higher than 85.9 percent.Alvarez says was year disagree

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I The eight-woman, four-man Jury In Lusk was sentenced to three consecutive "...This sentence ShO" properly obtained by Smith. Futch Lusk "waving an Instrument about nat asked by BrtwnefBdfus for their !
1 the murder trial of Florida state life imprisonment terms In message to other iiunate-Hlife and assistant state attorney Tom 8-10 Inches long" Just before HaD fell accounts and because It II not proper"
Prison Inmate Bobby Earl Lusk Dade County In 1976-two for robbery had more meaning than Elwell argued the point without the to the floor, and Link was saying inmate custom to offer information.
recommended life imprisonment with deadly weapon and one for first ding more years to Lusk's i sentence." Jury present and Lusk took the standat "This Is what happens to Inmates who The defense argued that the investigation -.
Friday-his fourth life sentence-after degree murder. Lusk had also been Elwell concluded. that point testifying that Smith try to rob me." procedure was I iMUfft-
J, finding Lusk guilty of the Thanksgiving convicted in Tennessee for armed Speaking softly Futch asked Jurors had refused to get a lawyer for him And all the Inmates said they were dent because prison officials did not
Day I97S stabbing. of another inmate robbery. simply to give Lusk mercy. "Mercy Is saying it was Thanksgiving Day and not searched when they left the dining talk to anyone but Lusk Futch said if
The records showed Lusk and an intangible-It comes from the'heart no lawyer was available. room. They also said they did not the investigation had been thorough
The two-day first degree murder accomplice burst into the Miami and soul..mercy Is returned to the Lusk also said Smith tried to testify on the case before they were everyone on Lusk's wing would have
trial l ended Friday after the jury Beach apartment of an elderly giver" Futch said bargain with him, assuring him called for the trial because they were been interviewed
deliberated 30 minutes before return- woman and tied and gagged her and (Lusk) that "everything was going to
ing its sentence recommendation to two elderly women visitors"by sticking Lusk showed no emotion when Ole be alright, and If I would talk to him,I
Circuit Judge Osee Fagan who will cotton in their mouths. jury recommendation was>read. wouldn't get no time"
decide on a final sentence at a later One woman 71,died later of asphix- When the Jury left the: Jury box, he Smith denied bargaining with Lusk.
date. lation. rose and made the sign of the cross It He also denied attempting to skim
Lusk was found guilty Wednesday was the first time bask had risen for over the case so he could be reassigned
of the stabbing death of another con- Arguing for mercy, Futch called any court dismissal. ) to the investigation of Death Row
victed murderer. Michael Hall. Lusk to the witness stand. Lusk escapee Bobby Lewis who was still at
Hall while eating his Thanksgiving testified he had begun running away Lusk will serve a total of SO years large at the time.
dinner.was stabbed three times in the from his Hickmon. Ky. home when he mandatory sentence with this fourth Four convicted felons testified for
back with a nearly foot.long knife that was six, leaving permanently at 13. life imprisonment term. the defense,saying the only time they
Lusk said he had obtained from the The youngest of three children, bask In the two days of testimony the saw a knife was when it was kicked
plumbing shop two years earlier. said he had been committed to two court heard a transcript of an Interview across the floor or In the possession of
As Judge Fagan read the guilty different mental Institutions for with Lusk made by prison In- a correctional officer after the incident
charge. Lusk faded to stand, despite observation.In spector E. Russell Smith the day of was over.
urgings from his attorney Mack questioning Lusk. Elwell asked if the murder.
Kutch. Lusk also refused to sign the he had ever been declared incompetent stabbed him two or three times," They all said they taw a bear-hug
.j conviction papers but did submit to by a court of law. Lusk replied he the transcript recorded Lusk as say. scuffle between the two men. though
fingerprinting.Before felt he was Incompetent simply by be- they could not see the actual stabbing.
arguments began. Lusk told ing committed to a mental institution, ing."I The statement read by Smith
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the court "The defense has been however he had never been legally knew when I stabbed him'once quoted Lusk as saying he attacked
denied witnesses that could have proved declared incompetent. that he wasn't goln to live" the Hall because Hall and two other In-
my Innocence." statement continued.7'Because when mates had stolen $1< and some tt
Seeking the death penalty for Lusk Elwell asked that the Jury recommend I set my head to do something, I do it cigarettes from his eell.n .
assistant state attorney Tom Elwell the death penalty, saying right I didn't want him coming backon earlier testimony Inmates
referred to Lusk's prior criminal Justice in this case is not to show me later." Richard Lloyd and Willie Collier c
history for the first time during the mercy-as this man never showed. A along with former corrections officer i ;
trial. Prison inspector E. Russell death penalty advisory would mean to Defense attorney Mack Futch Carl Spencer said they saw Lusk
Smith was called to the stand to read the defendant'we cannot condone this argued without success to keep the walk up to Hall and begin stabbing
offical records pn Lusk's prior convic pattern of violence.' It Is too late to transcript from being read him in the back. _
tions. ask for mercy.FARMERS saying the testimony had beenhim- And Sgt. Edwin Becan said he saw
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a very brief meeting Hampton US-301 on CR-18 and north of the ".
-. -_'_.. : :: ')1 council members agreed Tuesday railroad tracks on CR-221. Harden- -)1 I.
i- / brook said it would take a while to I '
night to set up a contingency fund out '
I -suss p ww+ -=' I', ( of the water system funds to pay check the details on the matter but I, ,r :" ."
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-- .' anyone who connects or disconnects a would give a report as soon as possi ''Ii / t '. 1.},d
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said a bill for City hall Is undergoing some

j L .._r"I only meter be hook-up paid If or all disconnection three members could on and rennovations-new a new coat of paint.windows The council drapes

:, \ the water committee signed it. decided the building would be painted i I!
Council members asked their grey. Former council member' Wilton J{ CV&Jve
counsel. Lee Hardenbrook, to look In- Hart told the council last month that Sa
to the matter of ordinances controll. he would get the paint and would do
ing peddling and zoning.A the job with council approval. He was
complaint was filed with the given a unanimous go-ahead. robert leonar salon-
county health department against
Isiah Slerre charging that he was,
peddling chickens without a license,
did not have proper sewer hook-ups
for a trailer on his property and in This Christmas ;l
Hampton Breaks Ground for New Water System the general town.; was creating a nuisance for -


f In a dedication ceremony, Wallace McCormick from the FmllA office In Hardenbrook suggested the council Give f1
I Gainesville and Michael Illghtower, the stale FmllA director kicked off the long wait on zoning ordinances until the Gift TheSamsonite' Entire Family
awaited ground breaking for rennovation and construction that will Involve a county drafts zoning rules' for the
new distribution system and the Installation of a new supply pump. town in June.
Above, city council members from left to right) Lola Williamson. Wilma The council'alsofaiked.Harden-
McDaniel. FmllA State Director l\Ilchaellllghto,, r and council chairman Ted brook to begin work on Ihetannexation r ..... nEajgy All Y.alh;
Curtis break ground for the rennovation of the-40-year-old water system. problem. Council members have 'J*!"
Koblar Constructors of Gainesville was awarded the bid at a price tag of discussed enlarging the town extending
1511.5-t., with the total cost of construction estimated at$209.000.The FmllA loan the city Omits to far side ofInmatefrom
amounts to 190.000 and the rest is being financed with a $167,000 grant.
Construction has already begun on the system and completion date Is set o
sometime in July. The system will have a capacity for 350 or more connections. The most versatile seat In the house!' ,
(Currently there are 120 users In the city. Page I..., FURNITURE :

found housed in an 81-man dormitory I
I unit when he was killed Public Information 1 High wide and handsome, Celebrity CounterMates"" !
Director Vernon Bradford look great anywhere on any occasion. At the kitchen
i Busted counter for coffee at the rec room bar for cocktails-
Two-County
Drug Ring said.Graham's
body was found at 7:13: Samsonite's most versatile stool is the best seat' ..,
a.m., Bradford said. Graham was in the house.
sentenced in Hlllsborough County last
11 Arrested 4 from BradfordA year. His body was transported to padded washable vinyl
Alachua General Hospital for an swivel seatS
autopsy Bradford said. handsome decorator 1.
two-county drug ring has been Gainesville. McGraw said the Starke colors ;
busted following a 10-week Investigation residents were the liaison (the drop asri ,. versatile 24.30"' heightadjustment :
by Bradford and Alachua county off point) between the main source of
law enforcment officials resulting in drugs and the Gainesville connection: : YOUAUTO c' ry AF G ',
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the arrest Saturday of four Starke McGraw would not divulge where the strong all-steel wide 1
residents and seven Alachua county drugs were originally coming from stance base
residents on narcotics charges.The saying an investigation is still UDder- choice of black or
Gainesville and Alachua Nar- way. KNOW chrome finish base
cotics and Organized Crime Unit Those arrested in Alachua County ByCeae f
Bradford County Sheriffs office aethe are: Danny Lamar Jackson 27, ,
state attorney's office combined charged with possession of cocaine RossQ.
forces and seized over$49,000 In cash and conspiracy to traffic in cannabis; o Samsonite"Christmas ;
approximately $10,000 worth of marijuana Barbara Ann Jackson 36, conspiracy I sun having trouble FURNITURE .:
I ,qualudes and cocaine,and four to traffic in cannabis; Shirley Mills with tbe automatic i
automobiles used to transport the Parish, 38, conspiracy to traffic In choke oa my 1974 Unfold a roomful of fun! I

drugs. cannabis; Clyde Lamar Parish 19. Chrysler Every time I
i Arrested In Starke on Saturday charged with two counts of possession In Just minutes,with these Celebrity"Series
were Judy Bradley Griffin 29. of Rt. and delivery of cocaine; Barbara go somewhere, my carwon't folding tables and chair you can unfold whole new
I, Box 32; Kevin Marcus Bradley 23, Jean Watson 27 possession of cannabis start again until room. Classic Samsonite design stands up to .
\ Rt 1. Box 32; and Richard Lee Fill. ; William Edwards Jordan. 22, the butterfly In the carburetor plenty of use and abuse.Perfectfordozensof things
24. Rt. 2. Box 65. All three were two counts of possession of cocaine Is pushed you like to do they're an exceptional value
released Sunday on ".000 and two counts of delivery of cocaine; down.What can I do to unfold with fingertips. you can
I recognizance bond by Circuit Judge and Riley Ray Edwards 33, possession keep the butterfly from your
., Osee Fagan. All were charged with of cocaine and cannabis. sticking e padded 30 x 30"washable vinyl tabletop ..
felony possession of cannibas. Seized in Bradford County was comfortable pillow cushion chairs
A fourth arrest Monday by sheriffs $23,000 in cash and one automobile A. First be sure there .is not easy open/close slide leg locks 1
deputies charged Eddie Lucian sheriffs deputies said. a build-up of "vsmlsh" inside strong all-steel framework 2
I Bradley, 21, with possession of can- the carburetor. Cain i
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chip-resistant baked
enamel
and finish
this llakaie butterfly ,
I nibas. Bradley was released on $750 -.. ,
valve with choke or popular decorator
pivots colonSANTA
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recognizance bond the same afterrtoon. -
carburetor cleaner. Do not I
; "'Truth It within ourselves." oil! If choke plate continues :
Lt. Clint McGraw with the Narcotics Robert Browning to stick the carburetor's sir CLAUS Ti
and Organized Crime Unit inJ horn which houses the but- .
Gainesville, said a few more arrests terfly. might be warped. SPECIAL -:::=
\ are expected. More charges are expected You II have to Install a new .. Special :r:
,J for the people already arrested carburetor. Air horn war- 5 PC. Set
he said. liCK'SLIIII'SCIPE pete Is a problem on some 'i.sprlce; P1
i Only a small amount of marijuana Chryslers. This applies to 15'f
was seized the biggest quantity of 1972-74 can and light trucks List 'Price $89' $5995 = ,
with 360 and 4OO cubic-inch 7000
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seized qualudes and =
were approximately
drugs .
of"cocainewas engines and Holley two- 0100 -..-..... .,
2V ounces
I Shrubbery TrImmIngMulch barrel carburetors. With == -,;t
seized. McGraw estimated. -
this problem solved there .
About 12 pounds of drugs altogether Delivered By Pickup Load. should be a marked improve- FREE DELIVERY ; 'i.
was seized. (Cypress Pine) meat la fuel economy,as well -
The investigation began with an as easier ...run,. I __
undercover agent purchasing drugs Firewood 35
from Clyde Lamar Pariah, 19. of toad It's A Fact You Can Do Better At *&* *
Gainesville which was then traced to Pickup Aits active Parts Cuter :.

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Man InjuredIn ,\ /" .' ',j.! .",, '. '.1t., ,. 6 a.t Inmate Gets 30 Years in Murder AttemptA
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1-Car CrashA hh Florida State Prison Inmate was for possession" of a weapon. The marijuana and Introduction of eopftr-
S' sentenced Monday in circuit court to sentences will be served concurrently bead into a state prison
an additional 30 year sentence for attempted and consecutive! to a 2o-year robbery Elnslg.: who wen an inmate 4It
46-year-old Raiford sufferedajoken Fl first degree murder. sentence from Orange County. Lawtey Correctional institute ...
man
Larry Darnell Beamon. 32, was Carroll was convicted of stabbing also serve two years probation. Toe
Jaw Saturday in an early ordered by Circuit sentence ordered to be
mt rntn g accident: on CR-io Involving __ Judge Osee Faganto two correctional officers, Leonard was concurrent
his ear. serve the term in addition to his Ball and Franklin Phillips with a with his five-year term for
only 80-year Dade County sentence for robbery homemade knife In February. burglary and robbery. ,
Beamon was convicted for Another inmate. John Willie Mc Ronald Parrish, S3, of Starke, was ;
Joe Leslie Forsythe Rt. 1, Box 60( I'LLt healing another FSP Inmate, William Queen 29, convicted of striking Ball sentenced to five years probation for
was traveling west on CR-16 in his 1 Barrett, with a steel claw hammer.In with his hands and feet on the same a perjury charge. Parrish was found i
IMiJpord\ pickup when he apparently other sentencing, FSP inmate day,was sentenced to two years to be Trot for lying under oath during the
felTJMleep. Forsythe ran off the north Thomas Hodges,27, was sentenced to served consecutive to his 20-year degree murder trial of Itoueevett ,
edge of the road striking two 't J three years in prison for battery of a sentence for robbery from Pasco Carroll on April 24. Court records I :j
mailboxes. After waking up he overcorrected law enforcement officer. The County.Robert. show that Parrish said he had never I :
ran through a ditch and Into sentence Is consecutive to Hodges' Leroy Elnslg. M, was been convicted of a crime, when he I
pecan tree according to a Florida 10-year sentence for attempted sentenced to one year in FSP for had actually been sentenced for aggravated :
Highway Patrol report. murder in Bradford County. A Jury possession of more than five grams of assault ,: :
tt2S: found Hodges guilty of the March 20
Forsythe was taken to the Veterans fist beating of Claude H. Dinkins, a ,
Administration Hospital In FSP correctional officer. ,
Gainesville for treatment. He was Harry Mungin. 29, serving a life t- '
dted:for careless driving by FHP Fire Destroys 3 Homes sentence for a murder conviction ::::
Trooper C.R. Corey.i from Bradford County,was sentencedto
Estimated to the truck five years in prison for aggravated
damage was An early morning Saturday fire.In Reno destroyed three abandoned homes en assault and
.:: : up to five years for
._, .. ; .. Oak Street. There were no Injuries.A .
of
possession a weapon by a prisoner.
.-_-.- neighbor called the Starke Fire Department around>iM a.m.The adjacent Mungin was convicted of stabbing
:Q T..' structures were called a total loss by a tire department spokesman. James William Sweet with a
It took firemen about an hour and a hall to extinguish the fire. homemade knife.

Christmas.. Concert Pictured above are firefighter Bobby Lewis" (fire chief) and Johnny Other prison sentences Included a
_-.- ., Powell CrlgbU.Santa ). tILiiIsIrffAnnouncing
) 10-yesr term for Harry Sheppard Jr., :

SjstFriday: NightA' 48 prisoner., for possession Sheppard of a pled firearm guilty by to a

possessing a .22-caliber automatic ri
Christmas choral concert is ret fle.Sheppard
tomorrow night (Friday Dec. 14) *t will serve the sentence
7:30 p.m. at the Bradford High School Claus to Visit Bradford consecutive to his five-year term for )
County LibrarySanta
auditorium, according to BUS choral grand theft from Clay County
director Don Hardy. Jerome Carroll 31, was sentencedto
Christmas music, some sacred five yeras for aggravated assault In
some secular,plus other numbers willbe Claus will be at the Bradford Christmas cards and the older with a deadly weapon and five years Otis
presented in a concert to last County Public Library next Friday, children how to make pop-up cards.It Ic
one hour. Each of three approximately Dec. 21, from 11 a.m. until noon to Is free for all. Op8.111.
visit with children and adults. Visit your public library to learn
the Bradford High Chorus,
the groups Bradford; Middle School Chorus Saint Nicholas has a surprise for all how to make Christmas gifts or how Tobacco Growers ef tit!
and the Bradford High Glee Club,willpresent those who sit on his lap. to cook that Christmas duck to learn
Come early and make Christmas about Christmas customs the world
five or six numbers with :
about 10 minute intermission bet- cards from 10:30 until 11 a.m. Mrs. over from books. Christmas records Urged to Vote \ Clain 611 ( amen
ween. Joy Norman :will show younger and books are available for the bor ,
children how to make snowman rowing.ASFCME .
The public is invited. Admission Is
IK60 Area flue-cured: tobacco growers RGJtaurantDoc15,1979
are urged to vote In a referendum "
Tuesday, Dec. 18, to determine
whether marketing quotas and price
supports will continue In effect for the
next three flue-cured crops Warren ,
Carver, local ASCS supervisor, said. ,
The polling place in the Agriculture Opening at 11 A.M.TAKEOUT !
fi+ r'' Building on US-JOl north of Starke t
will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.. ORDERS I
Carver says.If .
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growers casting ballots vote "yes," i

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Carver says. If more than one-
third vote "no" there will be no Open 7 Days 11 A.M.

r marketing quotas and no price sup- A Week .
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ports for the 1980 crops. Carver
rN'f states.
a Persons with questions on voter 301 N, To Rena Motel
eligibility or other Information may
1 contact the county ASCS office in the I
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that month.This will be followed by a
paperback edition to bebrought By
Money and Fun Signet out a year later February 80bbV iI:
tot by New American Library.: : Thecompany's
< British affiliate. New T BylorExcept
Enguah Library of London, will also
Starke and vicinity can look forward to an interesting, bring out hardback and paperback
citing, and perhaps even a more prosperous New Year editions of the novel. "))eath Work"
view of the announcement that the actual filming of has appeared in editions in all major selection for some heavy rain last
and as an alternate
Work," centered around two nearby prisons -Union language of several book clubs. week aDd a bard freeze a little earIief'
tional Institute and Florida State Prison is scheduled : our Coollnnighbinddmm days:
is also planned -
: major motion picture September.
start in late February. for the forthcoming book by are excellent for strawberries

The movie is based on the best-selling novel of the Hollywood producer, Frank winter pastures and ,other
who produced "One-eyed ..
Rosenberg plants.
name, written by a Starke native,James McLendon, and Jacka" starring Marlon Brando. A aThe
town will apparently become headquarters for the script has been developed and weather has also been good for
directors, production crews, and other personnel involved shooting is scheduled for the summer our warm season plants,because they
putting together a major movie of multi-million of 1930. .have been able to "harden off and
calibre. Starke being the closest town of any size to UCI This second novel tells the story of a very little if any damage was noted
the freeze.
", FSP, it is natural that it should benefit most from the Texas convict who runs away from during
mercial 1 of the and local motel is said Texas State Prison to Join his familyin in
; aspects filming, a official Speaking of greens, our growers
Mexico,and of the Texas prison
s have already assigned a major block of rooms for who pursues him to the end. the GwUsy-HeUbron area have plenty
modating the moviemakers during their expected stay of high quality collards cabbage.
McLendon. who lives In Blowing mustard and turnips. They are
several months in this vicinity.A Rock N.C., is currently at work on a harvesting very few at the present
ar third novel. "Natives the story of time because there appears to oe a lot
recent release from Spokane Wash. which
news both four violent men on an elk hunt in of greens the locale for the making of a movie, gives some idea of .. Montana, who rekindle a year-old depressed.With .
financial benefit that might be expected to accrue to feud between them.
when the shooting "Death Work": begins. who all the losses growers bad in
McLendon. his wife Ann and their the September rains. I'm hoping the
One Spokane businessman was asked to turn over his .in three children, who spend their market will improve and growers..will
company to the film crew for a dar.lie declined to say winters in Morelia.Mexico,plan to be be able to move their crop.
much he was paid but admitted It will pay for a real in Starke for part of the filming of weather continues.
trip to Hawaii for mama and me." "Death Work," staying while here If ourpresent local strawberries -
there could be some
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.P.
A Spokane family rented their home at $150 a day for McLendon. The elder McLendon. a first of for the Christmas year.Some or bloom soon after and berries the-
but the interior decor didn't suit the retired senior Florida prison official
days, are appearing in most fields now.
who witnessed lit executions at
With the family's permission they papered the walls and be Raiford. will serve as technical: ad- and with the right kind of weather will
film company picked up the $1,600 tab. visor during the filming of "Death be ripe in a month.
of Work.' .
The $4.5 million production was the first full-length Other than the novelty of picking
picture ever to be filmed in Spokane, and officials believe berries at Christmas it is usually bet-
ter for plants to hold off on fruit production
will boost the city's popularity with movie-makers
Season until most of our frosts and
tourist trade and bolster the town's It
economy. freezes are over. Frost will kill expos-
estimated that the producers spent $2 million in the city ed bloom and a freeze will ruin most
ing the two months of shooting. The filming of "Death Arts Festival berries that are approaching maturity -
is expected to take about ninety days. Berries that get by this have to be
picked as they ripen and sometimes

1 And the residents of Spokane not only had some .. ... labor for this is more than the value of
benefits-they also had a lot of fun in the process. More : the berries.

I 4,000 people turned out for interviews when the crew did ; Since we are coming into the
casting for 2,000 "extras" appearing in the production. Christmas season many folks will be
film's news director said, "You'd think they had a looking for house plants with color.
interest in the movie. And, in a way they did,'because The poinsettia. could be the. plant, of
better we look the better Spokane looks" Six : choice.

sites were used during the filming, with the company Legend tells us that a child who had
I the city a check for $1,000, and repairing the wiring in no gift for the baby Jesus began to
building and making improvements to others. cry. As his tears fell and touched: the
ground a beautiful poinsettia sprang
I After the filming was completed some of the movie i: rryM forth.
\ had grown to like the town so well that several of them j jy w NN AY
chased and announced their intention to live The poinsettia was introduced into
I property
the United States from Mexico by Joel
The same things won't happen here that happened f R. Poinsett of Charleston S.C. He
came across the plant while he was
Spokane of course, but some financial benefits are bound r.'I the U.s. Minister.. to..Mexico In about.
V be derived and every restaurant gas. station motel t 113 "" "" "r"""'-'"
shop, and other service establishments are bound to feel : J h ( t y '
impact.In Poinsettias make beautiful house
I plants. If the new varieties are properly
addition there will be the excitement of seeing watered and placed in a cool.
\ live" movie or TV stars in action. It has been announced sunny draft free area the bracts will
I IJ. remain for 1 to 2 months.
lovely
Ed Asner of the popular TV series "Lou Grant" will have

leading role in "Death Work" as will the great character J. ; Here are some questions to ask
tor, Anthony Quinn, and Paul Winfield, of the TV smash --- --- -- yourself when selecting your poinset
"Roots." tia. Is it the right size for the location
by die cart.!Opera a la Carte. From left to you have in mind? Too large a plant
Starke has only a couple of months to prepare for Ruth Green and Pat Ckapmaa. The will dwarf the surroundings while too
on its best front for the movie visitors, and no time should at the Starke WMMM'S Cl.b Saturday Might In small a plant may never be noticed
lost in getting ready for this experience. First Festival Perform,Arts. Are the down leaves still on pot the?plant Yellowing all the

are the most lasting, and this is a rare opportunity to let lava or droppedthe leaves may be a
world know a bit more about Starke and Bradford County. the coordination of Dr. Bernard sign it has gotten dry. ''I* it well
: McFadden of the Starke Center of shaped or are all the flowers on one
1mSantA Fe Community College. Like side? Are the leaves a nice green color
the two earlier presentations in the to contrast the flowers? Is it the
Turning Point? to series, it was sponsored by the Com color you want! There are now red.white .
munity Cultural Series and the State and pink poinsettia varieties.
of Florida through the Fine Arts available. -
Sen. Edward Kennedy's campaign for the will Council of Florida, with the
nomination-currently having problems In Florida as well en- assistance: of the National Endowment
other parts of the nation-came close to Bradford and tar the Arts.Following Servicemen

Tuesday with a visit by the Senator and his party to the stsi: the final performance a

of his1dfe's grandmother in the northern edge of reception was hosted by the Woman's Lane Cpl.Craig A.HoJtne. _
County, south of Brooker. Club for the audience to meet the
the members of the opera company.Mrs. Marine Lance Cpl. Craig A.
Kennedy made the stopover while on a Florida foray to Marjorie Thomson club president Holmes son of Carolyn E. Holmes of
out some kinks and try to pump new life into his campaign : and her committee served Route 2. Box 10E. recently participated .
this state which is admittedly suffering because of refreshments in the sunroom which in exercise "Crisex 19.-
tional problems in addition to setbacks caused by his was decorated in the holiday motif. He Is a member of the 32nd MarineAmpbibious
Unit based at
Camp.Lejeune. -
ease appearance during the Roger Mudd TV interview : N.C.
his later ill-timed comments on the Iranian situation. KLPOA Christmas The ten day operation conducted in
the southeastern part of Spain was
Kennedy's stopover in this area preceded a $ Party and Supper designed to increase the proficiencyof
fund-raising event in Miami which originally had a goal combined: forces of U.& and
$400,000. but, based on advance ticket sales,appeared aeSet for Saturday Spanish Marines in Joint operations.It .
for only a fraction of that amount. stressed Spanish and U.S. Marine
: : Christmas activities of the Kingsley amphibious and armored mechanized
The Kennedy picture in Florida seems to be a '. Lake Property Owners Association operations and was observedby
what is going on in the rest of the country where : got under way last Saturday with a of many Spain.di itartes. Including the. King.

the Senator's recent remarks came from the leadership successful which netted day-long the Aaractatsn turkey sheet, Holmes Joined the Marine Corps; in

both political parties and conservatives as well as $130. Proceeds will be used for ever improvements May 1977.
The consensus was that the timing was bad for such : to the Kmgsley Lake ; .
-even if true-since they would be interpreted in Iran as 'Ovie Center.: Sergeant Brace RemedyHONOLULUSergeaat
dicating that a large segment of the American people
like to have the Shah sent back to Iran, as the I The second event win be held this B ace' A.Keanedy .
students have been demanding., Saturday eight, starting with a ,son of Mr.and Mrs.Roy F.
covered dish supper to the civic Kennedy of Route 1. Keystone
'I J President Carter's conduct: in the Iranian ciisis. center at.lUlL Later hi the evening a Heights has arrived for duty,here.,. at
> Christmas party will be held. Hickara Air Fore Base.
with Kennedy's blunders the J
have
suddenly repaired
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1 highlighted by a gift exchange Sergeant Kennedy, a security
dent's public image and he isestrained now perceived as a leader emceed by Saata Qaos.AH members specialist,was previously assigned' at
forming his job in a ,. responsible and ;firm and visitors attending are asked to bring Seymour Johnson Air to'orce-.1WIe,
ner. It could well prove to be a turning point in his : a covered dish and a gin for a manor .e.f
I be renominated for a second term. : woman not exceeding$3 in YahIe.RADFORD th .

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last Kennedy was undoubtedly in :
in summer's early polls in making his decision to try
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unseat the President. But polls are unstable in a time ) "f. c over X".Sit
+ crisis, and Carter has steadily risen in popularity in 4 SZNCII179 ','

11/ weeks, while Kennedy has steadily declined until they :: : 'iT'ril rtr 1J' 9
now almost neck and neck in the fight for favor ; :; .t;. f rp .
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This was the atmosphere in which Sen. Kennedy paid PvMltl i.... ;: .

visit to the Tung' Acres Ranch near Brooker Tuesday. But ....... asa.a..4OweMaeeee.Irh.fadOsea.Ms. .fftf ........? Act........1m : I
Washington Post in its Monday editions, reported that
::' nedy is considering a retrenchment in Florida because .,';_- ."" """"' .-'Y. ...... :
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;' Miss Shan Edwards Honored At
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Mile Shan Edwards, whose marriage : ff he flodal fYidk
to PhttHp Johns will be solemnized A lingerie shower was given ThgM
Pec. 16,was honored a bridal day night of last week honoring Mb!.
shower Tuesday, Nov. 20, at the Of Shan Edwards at the home of BrenS .
ficer' Club at Camp Roberts on Bessent Road. Hostesses
Blandlng given moo/
by Mrs. D.B. Raulerson, Mrs. Leroy were Miss Edwards' attendants' glaJ", orL /
Vicky Norman, Lisa Mitchell Rhonda ,
Norman Mrs. Joe Bakken, Mrs. {
Larry MllkowskU Mercer' and Mrs. Joe Williams.Griffis, Brenda Roberts ana Debra Sod.', IJ lo,., /flr fJ #'le e./'ew .

The festive Christmas theme was The Roberts home was attractive 964.7608 '
carried out in the clubhouse decora- with Christmas decorations. ,
tions. The punch table was covered The refreshment table was covered
with a lace cloth and centered with a .with an off-white cloth and centered
crystal punch bowl encircled with with a floral arrangement with holly I

rat; i.... fern and red roses. The refreshment predominating punch was serve ., Woman's Club Tea Tour Of Homos SuccessThe
.*..ihfl" ..: Lori Ann Goodman table was overlaid with green lace ed at one end of the table and a pastel Hugh

IX;!.: .n..-.i' Joseph M.Johns cloth and was centered with an arrangement decorated cake was at the other end.
II'(,' .I". ,.. of red roses and the cake Games with prize and Starke Woman's Club was < Griffin, Mrs.'C.G. Hill Mrs. Charles Nasworthy.The .
.BI 1111 .. was decorated with red roses. refreshments were enjoyed by the is decorated in the festive Yule theme E. Johns, Mrs. R.R. McLendon. Mrs. punch table was covered with a
iwl'Lori! Ann Goodman On the mantel was a garland of attending during the party hours 7:30 for the annual tea and tour of Homes W.B. Mundy, Mrs. C.I!. Na worthy white cutwork: cloth over green linen
pyracanthea interspersed with red and p.m.The 'on Sunday afternoon.The a.nd Mrs. Guy Sale were also on the and was centered with a silver punch
Joseph M. Johns candles. hostesses presented the tour started at the club house hostess committee. bowl encircled with Christmas
Games with and .honoree. with a gown and matching where tea was served and membersand Standing In the receiving line were greenery. Pouring punch at intervals
refreshments were enjoyed by the 58 .e/1.en.ntn ft the occasion. guests were given maps of the Mrs. W.H. Thomson president of the were Mrs. J.H. DuPre. Mrs. Thomas
STSrigagementToldbsJerr attending during the party hours 7:30 an6saanRarR .tour which Included the homes of Mr. club and Mrs. John Griffin. Osteen Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs. A.Y.
and 10 p.m. and Mrs. Don They Mr. and Mrs. The coffee-tea table was covered Covington and Mrs. Jack Trawick.
The engagement of Lori Ann Good Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Bakken Miss Shan Edwards was complimented Joseph Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie with a white Army-Navy cloth over A mini-bazaar featuring canned
man to Joseph Michael Johns Is and greeted the guests at the door. at a luncheon and linen Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wolbertand lime green linen and was centered bya goods, plants, hand made items and
oounced by her parents Mr.and Mrs.rtrcCalvJn The hostesses presented the shower on Saturday, Dec. 1 given by Dr. and Mrs. William Marcheseand white and red Christmas arrangement Christmas decorations was held in the
W. Goodman of East Palatka,' honoree with a serving bowl to her Mrs. W.J. Moesser, Jr. at her home the newly refinished Pine Level with three red candles in the club house lounge the same time as
t-t ,formerly of Starke. chosen china pattern as a memento of on Lake Bedford.At Baptist Church which seats over 1000 middle. Silver services at each end the tea. Assisting there were
air: Johns la the con of Rev. and Mrs.lvAUred the occasion. Red silk rose corsages points of Interest in the party persons. held coffee and tea. Silver plates and members of the Junior Woman's
O. Johns, Sr. of Palatka; were given to the bride-elect the two rooms were arrangements of fall All the homes on the tour carriedout compotes held sandwiches cake Club. Mrs. Louis Young. Mrs. D.W.
Jot tt.wedding is to be an event of mothers Mrs. Curtis Edwards and foliage and flowers the Christmas theme and the candies and pastries. PourIng Whiffen and Mrs. Dom DeSantlago.
..,...March 22. Mrs. Jerome Johns and to the two i The buffet table was covered with a hosts and hostesses put out the squares coffee at intervals were All the food and drinks served at the
Miss Goodman Is a student of grandmothers, Mrs Charley Johns white linen cloth and centered with a welcome mat for all those attending. presidents of the club: Mr*. HC.past tea were donated by club members. ',
Palatka High School and Is active in and Mrs. J.M. Howard, Sr. of Lake I fall fruit arrangement.Assisting Members of the Little Women's Club I itch. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid Mrs. J.W. Club members also assisted In serv
ii. :iflag corps. Johns, a 1975 graduate of Butler. Mrs. J.M. Howard Jr., of In serving were Mrs. Earl assisted in the hospitality in each of Griffin, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. VJ. hag and acting as floor hostesses. ;
nnPalatka Central High School, is an Lake Butler also attended. Stanch, Mrs. Robert Herndon and theAs Spongier, Mrs. L.A. Canova, Sr.,Mrs. During the tea hours 2 to t p.m.
e1' ,..operating engineer, employed with saaraeas6serl Mrs. Winifred Schneider. guests arrived at the clubhouse Lex Green, Mrs. Curtis Sanders,Miss Joey Herres presented piano selec ,.
the operating engineers''union of The 30 attending Included Mrs. they were greeted by Mrs. H.P. Della Rosenberg and Mrs. C.H. tions.
Jacksonville. Miss Shan Edwards was honored at Jerome Johns, Mrs. Curtis Edwards, Heires, chairman and Mrs. W.C. I IWI
,..:; a brunch Saturday at the Garden Mrs. Charley Johns Mrs. Marcus Powell, co-chairman of the affair *>< *>
Restaurant given by Mrs. Guy Sale. Howard. Mrs. Guy dwardsand Mrs. Mrs. Paul Bridges Mrs. A.Y. Cov-
Mrs;James Reddish, Mrs. W.B. Mun- AlvIn Kirkland and employees of the Ington Mrs. J.H. DuPre Mrs. J.A. ;
t dy of Starke and Miss Jean Mundy of Starke and Jacksonville: Gator CHRISTMAS SALE
Vii. Tallahassee.The Frelghtways.
p.. Yr centerpiece on the dining table The hostess presented the honoree Benton FutchesTo ,
was an arrangement of red roses and with a set of sheets and pillow cases .

baby's breath. Down the length of the as a memento of the occasion. Celebrate Ladles Terry 8 Velour Complete Sizes :
table was a red streamer Interspersed I 25th

with silver candelabras with red tna.wrrlaanl Dec. 14 SPORTSWEAR JOGGING SUITS :.
tapers. Hand made place cards In the Anniversary

,YMY shape seating of Christmas arrangement wreaths for markedthe the 20 Miss Shan Edwards and Phillip a I l Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch will OFF '1
guests. Johns were honored at a pizza partyat celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary 30 % 30% OFF
the Pizza Inn in Orange Park on 1
Miss Mundy gave a reading on Friday night. Dec. 14. at 7:30 _
elf ; "Your Wedding Day" to the bride- Tuesday night of last week given by |p.m. at party to be held in the Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minx and LTC and
+bnnaaalotyl. elect. Funeral Home garage. CHUCK TAYLOR last Mime ''I
.,. ,. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Marcus Mrs. John R. Smith. All friends and relatives are Invitedto
Howard, Mrs. John M. Howard The 18 invited guests were seated at attend ONIE.SE( ALL STAR Christllas Itells )'
Four Generations and Mrs. Canova Howard of Lake ,.a"shaped table that was graced >
.. Crews, grand- Butler. .'with a fall floral arrangement. 'Low ('
augbtelrsMrs.. Linda Gar..... Auxiliary TeaK RII18" NoW 1215 Chess Seta Scribble Gems

'PMhler' Mrs. Linda Boatwright and t i' Auxillary Soccer Balls Tether Bale
,1 Hospital
.T .f'great Chad and D.J. Pic- The Bradford County HI TOPS R.g.ei 7" 14"
grandsons annual School Sweeten School
Little Women's hold their sacs
w Dance ''Fr.lday Night Dec. 14?: <- will
Tire taken recently' the home of from
Tea Friday, Dec.14,
Christmas Batting tees Age. 3.8
Mrs. Boatwright In Lawtey. B a.m. to 3 p.m. In the hospital conference ALL FOOTBALLS =-a ;::1
fat." '::i-; ..' The Little Women' Club of SUrke Randy McGovern photographer room for the hospital staff
will hold their annual Christmas formal will available to take pictures oEthe and HUTCH ;

:MilMrs.;: Mayme Adams this Friday night, Dec. 14, at theWoman's couples, and refreshment,will be \ employees. 10% OFF $2485
rr, Club Building. provided during the evening. ,. 'IriIt FOOTBALL SUITS
William : Invited to attend this festive event
J.Moesser Jr.Wed A very unique feature of the dance are member of,the Little Women's i. Those from out-of-town attending
CI'r.r will be the music that will be provid. Club and their special guests.Sponsorfor Claude Crowson's funeral on Saturn All Jerseys Half Price i iI
1'\;\ ..,.. ., Nov. 23 ed. Special "Rock and Disco Sounds" the young women1* club Is Mrs. r day were his sister,Mrs.W.W. Sellers
'lit j. accompanied by the one and only Jess Wolbert."t. \ ,md daughter, Mrs. J.D. Strader of ;
aa.v ..Mu.Mayme. Adams of Lake Bed-m' '+7.000 gh. and Lase Special 1oepftdlfDuNn6a !it: r 'TlarHngtotvN.C,, Mr. and Mrs.,WE. :BRET & JERRY'Susult
JIJj9J;d and,i3eaUchwer: oesser;,,Jr. of U.' LasendrwUdlyj s > 111 01, Tampal.Mni.Clarattce .. .. ; .J''' t
aytona e united Anrtnar-lM .ro ".;- u blor.averajq fitf ark' f* n "' *wMAalal .- .bJm .AS JflOc1odIJJntf"peo.\22'.t197" ''l9';/. +.".' ,: Y.
riage Nov. 23 at the Folkston ted Si be featured during the h TiW. be held two : t!+ and DiM'Crtfwsorfof Jacksonville. I
flduJtfeUiodlst Church in Folkston Ga. dancing hours of 8 to 1, nent. ,
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looV8-the only' attendant. W.T. Weeks U.D.C. HoW.T Chrfstmas'Lunche /. i f
Kiw .iF aththewedding a reception OiMAII.yirtl.tSU.lMrsfiftSJI .
washeld Inn inJacksonville -
with 20 friends and Week's U.D.C. held its annual manger scene was used with the; ** :
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Jr,6 r e latives attending including Stanley Christmas luncheon Wednesday of beautiful figure being made by Mrs.. TliNgfeB5 BaffifflEfflB3 t

......Adams. David Adams, and Michael last week at the Holiday Inn with approximately Thelma Jennings. Crews ....... OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST
Lester .
President Mrs.
23 members and guests J .
"t.,i'r January 1 the couple will attending.The presided over the luncheon and vt'! .. I
Inc, : : "'"* -ft
and announced Mrs. \
jresi.de at 615 Jessamine. Blvd., meeting A"r- ,
001.jpaytona Beach. U-shaped dining table was Franklin Welsgerber of Keystone ; CC ftSMwyft5fcJS't ,
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Mil (h.In.I1,1ol1., .... covered with white cloths and held Heights was appointed registrar of _S 3s. Ovtayt ;f .ft7.w *
garlands of red berries and holly the chapter :. / >" % ""'-
\ down the ,
: length Interspersed with low Mrs. Elzle Sanders, historian bad '. .*
1\ .,"" BIRTHS: candle holders with red tapers. In the charge of the program and introduced : : y ......... JO"1 fan HIM AND NW 7* dt 'o
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i2 ... middle of the head table was a silver WIWam Floyd who entertained by *'
; bowl holding an arrangement of red singing Christmas carols Joined by k y & *
'w''C'tlti/ ] and Sara Bedford of Morgan carnations and holly centered with a the group. He accompanied himselfon **
*" Road, Starke, announce the birth of a graceful spray of driftwood and pods the guitar. He also spoke of the real f *
.J .Isdn.;;Paw Joseph, born Dec. 3 In of red grapes, flanked by three meaning of Christmas.
''al'AIachua: General Hospital. branch silver candelabra holding red Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. J.W. Kin- P pl*' W* t>
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and tapers. As one of the decorations the cald.were hostesses for the occasion.Kochls L -'C *: "
Mrs. Paul C. Allen of Waldo. Paternal ...
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy M D .t w Y,
Martin of Starke. Christmas Party Dec. 7 AM '

Mr. and Mrs. Olin White were hostsat Mrs. Robert White and son, Wesley Rli 9tn-
the Koch's Drug Store annual staff and Mr. and Mrs. Michael White of : *
tt'49 BHS Class Christmas party and covered dish Gainesville and Miss Cindy Smith of .
,A sisT -: supper on Friday, Dec. 7. Lawtey. 10 aim.siK' ( _. -
Reunion Dec 29 Mr. White greeted the guests at the Approximately 17 staff membersand ...y duly nm w Inn"*. citron* % I'I'H.
...-e.neM .....r.dl.lentN,....... I
IKJ:; Wfi door. guests enjoyed the occasion.: pN1TAG r
Exchange gifts were placed under a y 17 4'J.
The BHS Class of 1949! is planning a '
!).1J3O-'4ear reunion on Saturday, Dec. 29; white, gold and blue Christmas tree. x. : 20"He..aoY, Duly a POLO._._ems rrwiw. .h,_
-.Jat'Uie Starke Golf and Country Club. The buffet table was covered with a ,, M-nt hjndu e...nttntenn M"-
For information regarding this reu- red Christmas cloth and was centered DUPLICATE BRIDGE 'liars.tfritfoirtf. T s74+s j
r rf itt' Ibn?please call 964-7910 or 964- 756. with a handmade stuffed miniature CLUB RESULTS Meov s mat "" r
U;"" ff }you have been contacted and white red and green tree with small C__ ...... ch,_ ...,....." e
fl1"cY not responded, please' do so asPn.noai colored balls. topped with a red bow. Krish SonI! and Marie 'Dent were twMM, earn Mlle ..**... M :"as possible so that.final plans Six white snowmen encircled. the base first place at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday 189U", .\
.sn.nb: made. of the tree. night played at the Holiday Inn. -.GIRL'e. I..IID" &e t :
Christmas theme M. 11y1. drop e.n1l4 e.r..M.pus
:oinnil'beasrrcd The festive was Lora Francis and Rhea Johnson were .
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: carried out in all the party rooms. second and Ida Shaw and Anne ,
r. Bradford Hospital Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Hamuton were third. I newaaa anlo 9L2JI \ .. .
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Bradford County Hospital ;
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employees, doctors, wives, husbands e '''IV.
anq dates held a Christmas buffet din F

ner and dance. Saturday night at the. f i 10OV'S MOTOCMOSSOMMt .:,
A Moo Lodge.tvcChristmas _"_M.e.w e.s.wryalp.w
.'' decorations were used I J, kf....-
i"thr0Hghout with colored lights and s79ef
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IB tinsel predominating. Centering the .'..'.'. ,.:' aosott Morocno s :' *
head table was an arrangement of redJlaad..green a -, '\ .". ., Mac.MIMT MX MMik e.ndN kw.dok \.! : .
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el.e..Y/p. MX Mtf W ; i
poinsettias, pine cones .i"
ttcgneenery and candles. The diningstables $99+1M" r/
: : Olftl MOTOCMOSSCfwwiw
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were arranged around the I
to routed;edge of the room with dancingarea .......s .N.a.I.r rc. MM MX-Mnd4.. Mr, !,
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In the middle. -
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Following the dinner dancing was ', o a Ie BOO
enjoyed by the music of the Dude"Taylor ClraYwM.4Mm..NMnKM/Ili. \
Five from Jacksonville. a- e ra : e : rI 1 br>. MM(W...--kfMr I
Door prizes were given out during ( ._ *9SV I

the M NANCM WAOOM 91" MI"I '1 S"f ID
evening.W 1 < l.f. W.W. S 1 /An e.1.M..4,14L i'met ew ..nWW roc MMM.. ..- H...r ikrty. ... ..M***y. I* M.<.lye
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of Seattle Wash. arrive. this
sons the holidays with : ....r. d11k 29''I
weekend to spend _' _" u '
their parents. Mr.and Mrs.J.E. Hari : Rc.dceeNs 'I l
dy In Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Ivey I
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i t Christa Modesitt Is Winner In Strawberry Swingers Have Fish Fry


Member of the Strawberry Swingers toyed the affair. along with cuest
i Dream Girl Contest Over 24 Contestants heM a covered dish supper and Bugeo: Matthew and V-K.

I the Junior MIN Dream fish fry Sunday night at the Drew r nUStarday die be
Wilting ntaht
Twenty-four contestant entered Reddish home Debra Star** with
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i. the second MMMM! Dream Girl and Girl crown WM Cathy Norman, 15, Mr. and Mrs. ReeMfefc and )It. cad elau of the S&aw&erry ..... agh.J'
bold Dec 1 at the daughter of the late Harold Norman tended a square dance at the Recreation -
Dream Boy pageant : Mrs. Bob Ferguson serving ft*
'. National Guard Armory on Edward and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Page otJacksonville. Assisting With the fish fit'were Hall to Oalne vfle.
Road. Trf Jolph and Jimmy Reddish and E.W. The 21 attending enjoyed
i Winner of the Tiny Dream Girl First runner-up was Audrie For Names refreshment afterwards at the!borne

Division was Gbrtata Mods IU. 5%, syth IX, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. f ,; G, Approximately 50 member en- of Mr.and Mrs, GU Crosby near Air-
of Mr. and Mrs. Don WtlUam V.Forsyth of Starke Tied for banks, -?t'
dater of Starke First runner-up second runner-up was Paula Gucter- hIi' ;

was Candy Norman 3'i daughter of man, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lisa Ekard Shower Honoree I
Mr and Mrs. ChartatK. Norman and Frank Gueterman of Keystone iJ
second runner-up was Teresla Heights, and 11-year-old Kelly Moore, ,
Sumner 3. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Wayne and Kathy Moore. Miss Lisa Ekard whose marriage Games were played and prizes
Clayton Sumner of Starke. Winners In each division received a to Donate Kelly will be an event of awarded.
In the Tiny Dream Boy division, crown trophy banner, $15 and Y December is, was honored at a The refreshment table covered
i Bryan Winn 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. flowers. First and second runners-ufi .t miscellaneous: shower. Thursday with a white lace cloth was centered
Wayne Winn of Starke. was the win received trophies. Contestants were Nov.29,given by Mrs.Johnny Hobbs, with an arrangement of yellow and
ner First runner-up was David judged on appearance,poise and per Jr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, at the Casey green silk flowers, flanked by jreUoqd
Prevail 4,son of Mr and Mrs.Wayne sonality and their response to a ques- home on Crosby Lake. tapers In silver candle bolder **-*

Prevatt. Second runner-up was tion.Debra Corsage were presented to Miss and punch were served '
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Michael Bryant, 4. son of Mr. am! Jordan Norman, a beauty F Ekard and her mother, Mr. Virginia The honoree was given the ere
pageant winner and runner-up herself to her chosen china as a memenW
Raifortt
; Mrs Jimmy Bryant of their Fromleft Ekard.
in Dream Girl and Dream Boy Pagent wfawer displaying trophies. -
several area beauty contests,coordinated -
S'isan Crawford. 7, daughter of Mr. and the occasion.
Christina Modesttl BrynWinn.
Crawford
the pageant Assisting; her to right: Cathy Norman BOMB
Crawford of
and Mrs. Skippy Starke
won the title in the Little Miss Dream were Margaret Ann Bennett and Joan BC Telegraph Staff Hold Christmas pr 1nerrg I

Girl division. There was a tie for first Carter. Louise Stern Pupils Present Christmas Recital PartyThe
Judges were Patty Crawley, Ken .
; runner-up between Lisa Burris, 7, I
4 daughter of Mrs. W.A. Payne Jr. of Gainesville.Bible and Michelle Lemmers, all of spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. Students par1Jcipa.tIn.were; : Misty Employees, dates husbands and A social hour was held from
: Starke and Angela Davlsa,daughterof Telken Kirk Reddish Denny Thompson. wives of the Bradford County'' o'clock and dinner followed
of Ceremonies Wise Glendale Street
Mistress was Betty Wallace on was
Chuck and Gayle Davis Second Sherry Mattox, Viva Riley Telegraph enjoyed their annual Drew Reddish gave the tovo.
Lynn Brown of Gainesville who is the setting for a lovely Christmas
runner-up was Dawn ,4, Pamela Parrish, Patricia Parado, Christmas dinner Saturday night at John Millet: gave a short talkappreciation
Waling also the coordinator of the Florida recital party at which the piano pupils
daughter of Mrs Brenda of
Watermelon Queen pageant. of Louise Marie Stern entertained Eric Nazwortb. Maria Reddish the Green Derby Restaurant in to the employtheir ;
Lake Butler their parents and immediate friends Rhonda Hutchesoa. Robbie Cowart Jacksonville.The help during the past yeaE.L.
Dec. 10. Cindy Parado Donna Parado, Sherri long U-shaped table was attrac Matthews read several hilarious
Monday evening.
1 Shriners Hold Annual Christmas DinnerDanceThe on Wide varieties of Christmas Norman Kevin Johan Julee Wise, hurricane clippings taken from the Telegraph
delicacies were served buffet style Teresa Gnus Lisa Alvarez and Ran- with stupid mistakes that alwai'f
dy Parado. were brightly arranged at each place advertently turn up.
with and coffee. Following *
along punch
Shrine club of Starke held their During the evening the new officers
58 persons were present for this setting for the 35 attending.
that will be installed the piano recital the pupil exchanged
and
annual Christmas dinner dance January were : acttdi
happy occasion.: );r::
Saturday night at the Starke Golf and announced: Bobby McRae. president gifts In the den where a large Mrs. B. Hutcheson and Mrs, C. Fu- ,.....i.Ir.y eII
Christsmas tree lent a festive at-
Country Club.Decorating. ; Maxie Carter. Jr. first vice- assisted In serving.
the hall' was ,a large president; Dr. Bob Mullins! second mosphere. qua

Christmas tree and Christmas vice-president; Mac Baldwin .
decorations. secretary; Gib Brown treasurer anciWalter I
James Watson of Graham was Lee. chaplain.
presented with a plaque after being Following dinner, dancing was enjoyed t
chosen outstanding Shriner of the by the 86 attending to the tunes Hurry In To Pantry Pride! L
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year Jacksonville.by the Mark Anthony bandof C --. :"'JII=-

tie Week Of Dec. 17 1979 '. '
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I Community Chorus To Present Christmas ConcertThe

Starke Community vnorus will mal concert was performed in October o Is Loki Last Cbaace To Play Moo Right OLDSMOBILE 1980 f 1

their Christmas Concert anda and was very enthusiastically
Pro-Football
present received by a full house at the Brad-- -J WINNER
ommunity Carol Sing Saturday
School Auditorium.Some of __" I
ford High .
A
,t, December 22, at 8 p.m., in the 1
idford School Auditorium. the comments from the audience YOU COULD BE y FLORENCE McVEYTALLAHASSEE
High AN INSTANT WINNER! .
were "an enthusiastic blend of bar .......... f
the
i Bradford County "First". in $1,000W. Ml ctoni FLA.
and quality", "an overwhelming .
mony voice '
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of making this an annual eventt -T
pes ,
sound" "A
t the community will be the professional musical experience,for a Pro-Foofbdii | q' ENTER OUR 1980 OLDS
"Community Carol Sing" at the close super great WINNERS {
small town group",and"when is your
of the group's concert. Everyone in RAVINGS YOU COULD.:
Is invited to attend the next concert? H. LUNDOREN A. J -- '.
the
community ""
concert and then to join in the singingof ,The Chorus is the brainchild of the 'DELANOMICHAEL =: ..N .+'a.A&"o Q:. r"OII o.aIP:1owapas. :: i WIN THE NEXT CAR 1
multitalented Director William M. MUCH**MUMfM wN"AN.m Nc..N/a. a'J'A'
The traditional Community Christmas Chorus Carols.was form (Billy) McRae. With his very able and BIRKEMFIELD _< V."NII"'"" =.';.'_ ..t.....,,aN' NUT DRAWING SIC WILL *E MELD IM STOM JAX, FLA.' OIC.20'v.. .
dynamic direction and with the TITUSVILLE AT 1O A.M. IN OUR PANTRY PRIDE STORE AT ", ..ttf''j
ed this summer for in the
past persons superb accompaniment of Mrs. [244 ARLINGTON CXPNeSSWAVPANTRY
who have real desire and little
area a a -
talent for Their first for- George Canova, this Christmas Concert -
1 singing. will be one 'not to be missed' if WE CARRY A
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you enjoy really great chorus singing COMPLETE LINE OF
at is very best.
) Karen Ann Glover.I' The 40 voice group has been extended a S HOLIDAY FRUITS.

a special invitation and will provide u..IK no IM M OaJA
Joesph Stromsness the rogram for the Starke Country S Zipper Skin Tangerines 24 w $1 110
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a a
Club's annual Christmas Dinner w 711

Engagement and party, next Tuesday night. Fresh,Florida 6rapefrjljr; ,5" 'J" sfoouiG I
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Mr. and Mrs. William Glover of .0 : :=
Floral City, Fla. and Raleigh. N.C., If tfti iiliiiTOIHJOYOUYMH Anjou Eating Pears t,39G '' :

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former SLarke residents announce -
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the engagement and approaching g $ Fresh Sweet Potatoes 4 la510C1'1' ii::hat'
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marriage of their daughter. Karen h.. .w
I Ann of Orlando to Joseph March L15iSAYE FOR (Ts"No.. 1 ''Chef Potatoes u9V =l1. earl

Stromsness Jr of Brooksville son of CONTAINERGROWN w M... .. .",t'. ,.._
Mr and Mrs. Joseph M. Stromsness SC A La SAYE tae SAYE 1OC Sno-White Mushrooms IIMs1 I 41 R hA3J2

Sr. of Zephyr-hills. UNMIUIU, ....,.....
The wedding will take place March CEDARS... All Purpose Yellow Onions 12'T ft1w9'
IS, 1980 in the Lady of Fatima Churchin
Sheared
Inverness for r i ,,,. "';C;
Shane And CRISP FRESH
Miss Glover is a 1977' graduate of U.5. .NO. 1 S P FRESH FLORIDA

Bradford High School where she was 4 Fullness.ecorate p @ flefaeo11 f BAG tf&E r arts }
on the annual staff, FBLAjPep Club for the FRESHCARROTS BAKING FLORIDA : ..
and honor student. She attended a holidays Then

medical secretary school In Orlandoin plant It In your yard... POTATOES CELERY ORANGES:g.3 2
1979 and is presently employed by '
Dr. Robert Drake Ophthalmologist in SAYE SC SAYE

Orlando.Mr.. Stromsness. is a 1975 graduateof ;' -6" 1395lg @ .PKG 18e LB1 '129 STALK 5ge 89* u31roM I SHU

Brooksville High School where he BAG LB BAG />STw7l
was in the ROTC: he served four .
SAVE 10S f .AI
years with the U.s. Air Force leaving bQillY
I m 1979 as a sergeant and is employed .., PRIDE c------- D.

by the Slate of Florida in Brooksville. TEA BAGS LIBB '5 KI I )Q ;;iii

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c. 7-1 tooSAVtJOtf $11129 ) -.
Mrs. Susan Smith BLOOMSExtra COUNT A TOWELS :: ij?
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Shower Honoree Nice Plants JUICE I0"" SAVI 1 i

To Enjoy Now Thru 'are
Mrs. Susan Rehberg Smith whose GIANT

marriage to buckle Thomas Smith The Holiday i : ROLL 59J LIBBY'SCORN .....!!
was an event of Nov. 17, was honoredat Then Plant It To PUNCH
a bridal shower Friday night at the \ Enjoy Again Next
ver.
home of her aunt, Mrs. Betty Harris. Year (I $ SAVE20C: a
SAVE 104
Approximately 25: guests called bet- DETERGENT84oz .
ween the hours 7 and 9 p.m. COBIA
Hostesses were Mrs. Harris Mrs. -igiL1
Edna Thomas and Mrs. Grace CHRISTMAS CACTUS BestUNIttIMIM Baysbearloaelks/ Best Buys in Groceries/

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The honoree was the recipient of Fancy Colors.
Grade 990
Crocker Cake Mixes
many lovely gifts. Betty 69C.j Polish or Kosher Dills,
3Vi" Pot 8i+H-Bloom mm* wrr.wl.Mussalman.
MIX OH MATCH
Macaroni i Cheddar 4lHHIKtaUl 1 1w s Apple. Juice 1119

HANGING BASKETS BOX al...-N. ,tm

Ronda Bryant .... 30.. or. More Bloom Hot Cocoa Mil s12t tp Limas 3/M/ 1702

Seventh.Birthday ) ,: :. :, :'G'IFT'' Packer Label MashroomsIMOlktClll 49" Bruce Cut Yams 596 CANS
I" ;SUGGESTIONSQ SAVE 200 at
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I 4 Ronda Kimberly Bryant celebrated: Rasedalt PeasMAMEN 3"1 1 Motts Apple JuiceMONOGRAM 896 ( $ fBvsl

her seventh birthday Wednesday
: night.Nov. 29...ith. weiner roast for LIVING PLANTSa PRIDE -
the neighborhood children. B
_. The guests enjoyed games In the PLANTERS$ NOODLES RICE ill. &lfIf"V I
back yard before roasting weiners. .. I :
Cracker 7/896 POA"CNIc/I. Er 0" -N RN.a NNI-
Alter their meal of hot dogs chips lacks: 3 Lb. 80 3thaflM
MOISTU 'ETER 79C ) King Size Bread
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s and cake birthday cake was servedto IM IKW HliniUIM> ,( 5 PO" ..'..... '
.' the guests by Ronda's mother. Pillsbury Cake Mixes 69\Ii sAve 104 PKO. 'I I -Mince N Meat Pies S14'v 1 ,\
They also enjoyed toasting marshmallows o PRUNING SHEARS A tm*t mm mm mmut mm .
Deluxe II Cake Mixes 896 1 IM over the fire. +At 'REDEEMABLE IN ANY r w
_. ? Pul-A-Part! Bread 2//11IfeeT
Ronda is the youngest daughter of .rNi Bra-... ,( r t251y
.t Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Bryant who a LOPERS Duncan Hines fake Mixes 89" OF OUR CONVENIENTLY IMiRr. rNN. -........
reside en SR-16C. nt.-.... :<- LOCATED STORES Pumpkin. Pies 5113 atea& 11ic;
o CLIPPERS Ass1 Snack Cakes 1.07 IM W Mil,.M MIMf- _
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Dinner Rolls 3 ,..$1 l
IbJ/.m 12 ::114" lull:
RebeckohGonnCelebrates o BIRD FEEDERS Blueberry Muffin Mil 1.07 fTari' nnmTTi V pl ----11".
AVAILABLE IN SS.00 AND $10.00 Cloverleaf Rolls 2 79A'Ma.
Second o HAND: TOOLS Gab Family; Napkins 59(1( DENOMINATIONS AT ALL PANTRY ..KIOESTOHCS. -. e II.. IU"

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I FOR SPECIAL ORDERS : Cake $1"el6teheM
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Birthday o CHAIN SAWS Pdnglr Potato Chips $ 1.Z7, (.HMthMt oboe)CALI. O4-7S3-10U 1i 105.N.. '' .. ......
Little Rebeckah Lynn Gann EXT. 260 ASK FOR MS.JOT HOLLY .. ... Ajax Dish Detergent 89.1'" -tl.211C1'

celebrated her second birthday Sunday EATERS _..
afternoon from 9 to 5 pm.when P WEED COKE SPRITE ...... Din ...... PANTRY I .ttmlC
? her mother, Mrs. Debbie Gann gave a 7.... SUMR18T'ONANOE pfRfNIE' ReaLetnonJUBCE ..rwlt_
LOItIDA I
party for her af their borne on CIIIEI TAB'ORMR. 4t '..I'f1IItOOI' & !
Brownlee Road fee 9'e PRETZELS $1 69tc.&l4t
54 The Sesame Street theme was used cNTROICElTD a.Cara.a Brea.IhNa gC I PAC-NI.i seEr prtlY -..........-....SINS 2 10.N5'r'51 .

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Sheila Starllnc won first place In BUM Starling, daughter of Mr. and placed third. Member are George
public speaking and the parliamentary Mrs. William K. (Eddie) Starling of Losnlcka, Bret Smith Bobble Starl. I
( procedure team placed first Fri Graham told how' U.s. natural third I
day, Dec 7, in FFA sub-dlatrlct con- resources are being destroyed and Kevin In new r
bow to them In her winning r
conserve
tests in Lake
City.
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: Members of the winning parliamentary speech on the topic 'Conservation of The Bradford Junior W Chapter I
procedure team are Randy Andrews Natural Resources. also participated In. the subdistrtetcontests. .
: : Randy HarrIa, Scot Clark .
l Watson andMark Mark Williams was elected: new
Doug Mike Williams .
Williams. sub-district chairman at the conteata.FFA
AU of
are members
.ri the Bradford Senior chapters from Union County
High FFA 1Nondenan
High and Columbia County High "
participated and
Chapter advised by Greg Alva...
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In the subdlstrlct eonla.Bradford'
First none Is more wonderful
place winners go on to district
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I Showing! off their rosette ribbon for winning first place CJ..r>>>> Frontr Mike William,Randy Andrews Scot Clark ,,
fa parliamentary procedure sub-district contests are Backs Doug Watson, Randy Harris. Mark Williams Winning SpeakerSheila

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w e T,, Santa' helpers la the Christmas Kettle Drive for the Salvation Army are
/ HOLIDAY 0. HJalmar McMillan and Bill Wilson, Jr., volunteer from the Starke Kiwanis
DINNER PLEASURE Club.

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HMM-XMM OM NAW.NUNTIO HMrt-U 1..CMOKI TICNNt.C0NONa LAW UW AM,., DRUMSTICkS fir., ."' ''.1A.1 7.tm'<'ee --.p'} MUCniM NOL-"TWUTt.iMMtuiM 1 I 1 1 Ringing Bella
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nt $
Fyut Spread Qtr's. Oleo 38A ; ,, Jt"sCO""tl Inc hope to the distressed are natlonwldeluncUons of the Salvation Army. The l
annual Christmas Kettle Drive is being sponsored here by the Army's Local

iirim-w...eta :w c/ta Singles firs 011" 10 SHANK 98 !!198 Service The local Unit.drive will be conducted Friday and Saturday,Dec. 14-15,and again ,.
Pantry Pride Cream Cheese 68i68i( CUT 9 u Dec. 2122. Volunteer from Starke' civic organizations, hospital and church I
.. LB groups are assisting the Local Service Unit in its annual drive.
.rtjprldl ( 'Sharing is caring and giving la living," says Rev. Ben Bryant, pastor of the I
Sour.Cream SAVE S SAVE 201 A LBI.IWIM Sod A lS
20< A I uUS SAVE First Baptist Church of Starke and chairman of the Local Service Unit of the
its.MWkiwMMna Cat 4f1a Salvation Army. "Wherever you see the sign and hear the tinkle of the
Yogurts Christmas bells help us so that others may be helped." .
IUH turn TNIIN mt
.Creamed Cottage Cheese $!1"wrM1Nt "' runtttn "Atu10OSCURAWNHOLIDAY ;
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/Pantry Pride MIMU Biscuits wrraMU 4/68i( Assorted: Lunch Meat $158 Hygrade Hot Dogs 88A EGG NOG CHID.98C I ps'Jont2 '
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;/ t rhrico'sAssorted Cookies 98i93i( Fresh Roll SausagB 780 ,Big 8 Franks 5131 1 1I 1NI a ::: 19,8 i
w..US M ITala Tr I. IN IIN ML Kit mm*.i tawa Ohio while Mr. Nelson was tryIng Henry Thomson of Carrabelle,Mrs. 'I
/ fiis't. Meat Franks ( Chicken Franks 68 C Sliced Variety Pack f1"'IUIw U I.Da.fMUOfl. A. .OMUS_ to land his plane. Margaret Anderson of Thomasville, !
UN....U HB,HNlit IBM am M.BIIHW UOMI CORNISHHSNS STEWING Ga.and Mr.and Mrs.Edwin Baker of
MTC w N.m.IM TIt
Sliced Meat Bologna f1wrwlltTwn. Grill Meat Franks $261 Hormels Little Sizzlers 98A(S SCANNED BU7 Cecelia Terwiilegar and Martha Pelham. Ga. will be weekend guests I
.m* MI M NN...a1NAM NISI Mil IN'M M Ml ICMf Dorko attended the Jacksonville of Mrs. John W. Griffin Mr*. W.H.
SUctd Imported Ham slit Breakfast Link Sausage SIB1 Margarine Quarters 58 =88C .,OVIlt I u'II. Children' Hospital Christmas antiques Thomson and Miss Lillian Stump.Mr. Ii I..
show at the Civic Auditorium
-- Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. J.G. Holton''attendeda
CHUCK air wen towr uw"' ARMOUR STAR FRESH FLORIDA Gem Show at Week! Wachee Spr II
I s.m 0 AGARS 'BUTTER BASTED Joy Magolan and Miss Kathy ings over the weekend. r..
ROAST pint Chops BONELESSYOUN6TURKEY ORANGE JUICE Neff.were Saturday visitors of.Miss I
MOOD Oil TIIOI'ICANA Louise Stern. Mrs. EmmaRenne Weaver spent
$"S'S .,;
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SAVE 3O
HAMS In Gainesville. Friends will
to
cut L't0os regret 1
STIRS is tin :;1. ROLLS Gerald D. Moran of KIngsley Lake hear that Mrs. Loudon's son-in-law
$ ( Is in the coronary intensive care unit and daughter Jack and Virginia 't
98 s "TO at the Orange Park Community Nelson and granddaughter. Laura
3 L8 6 LOS 168 Hospital following heart attack ear- Nelson were killed in a plane accident.
AVp ly Tuesday morning.. during bad weather Nov, 25 near Ct..i. l
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\.' HAMPTON AREA NEWStered OeUan celebrated m* *b b4r hda f""'" .) Among; those from this aredjatten-

by Dolores Meag Mr. and Mrs. Eugene But, former Dec. to. Kirk Williams was 11 year..* 'ding the Parade of Homes Uur on
phone MS-IMS Hampton residents, spent the Boot' were presented to these Her friends were thrilled to see Tina old De 1L Sunday were Mra. Paul Meng dher
weekend visiting Mr.and Mrs Resale winners by Mra. Rena Executive appear on Channel Sunday night to School Holidays daughters, Joyce Meng and|Mrs.
r# Senior! ClUtens Christmas Party Dowllng and other friends here. Director of the National)Foundation receive this T shirt and certificate as Students and school personnel are Randy Scogglns.:
r Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan Senior March of Dimes from Lake City her reward for winning through her looking forward to the Christmas
e Citizens Club .president, welcomed 33 Hampton Elementary News Christmas card drawing hi the recent Holidays. Last day of school for 197V Birthday CelebrationsMr.
guests to the Annual Christmas Luncheon Mn. Pat Spengler, County contest held for school children. will be Wednesday,Dec.19. Everyone and Mrs Lawrence Men attended .
I '}' ,,; held at the City Hall Friday, WaUvATkoaStudents Representative was also on hand for Tina's parents and her brother is scheduled to return to school on a birthday dinner on Wt_, es
,,,}.j December 7. participated in the Marchof the presentation. Dewey McClellan Scott ended the celebration by stopp Jan. 2, 1980. day In celebration of Lawrenc ,'. >ir-
:t Following the covered diab luncheon Dimes WalkATuesday afternoon received a special certificate awarding lag at BIU"ft' King for a treat after thday Dec. 4. ,
F; Christmas gifts were exchanged. Dec. 4. Mrs. Carole Stevenson him a $5 savings account at the preln&a""' Hampton Lake News Mrs. Russell Gilbert and dai ug er
:,,1,', ed. Tributes were then given to the School Coordinator for this march Guaranty Savings for turning in the Homes on the Lake are taking on a Karen of Waldo also attend d,
!i:.t memory of Mr. Joseph Kerrigan determined the following winners for largest amount of any student. School Birthdays festive appearance with lighted celebrating Madonna' Dec. 7 b i I\-
.) former Starke Club president, who money collected in this benefit: Total receipts for the school were Mrs Ernestine Denmark Christmas trees and other lovely day. \
".1 died on Dec. the Club ,past Kindergarten Dewey McClellan lit $330.62. celebrated her birthday Nov.29.Todd decorations.Mrs. I
president of Starke told oft grade Brian Archer, 2nd Rhonell Parker turned 9 on Nov. 30. Cheryl .Sallye Scoggins and her sister, Another Rattlesnake
Mr. Kerrigan's service to the Club Estes, 3rd Jimmy Long, 4th Bar Drawing Contest Winner Thomas Ws 7 Nov. 29. Dec. 9 Kim Mrs Carolyn Hunter of Keystone Chris Meng killed a five fool rattlesnake
and community.: Bill Maxwell also bara Davis, 5th Kim Smith, 6th Tina Branham came to teliool Moo- Shepherd turned 8.Becky Watson was Heights hand made the lovely Nativity at his home Sunday)His
spoke in admiration of Mr. Kerrigan. Brenda Curtis and 7th Donna Dor day wearing the T Shirt bearing a 8 Dec 7. Sharon Godwin celebrated scene which appeared last week in cousin' Mike, .Is helping him tar*the
Mrs. Dolly Jo Dowling then read a mlney. Certificates and ribbons with large alligator and Inscribed wilt her 10th birthday Dec. 8, Macey" the Flowers by Larry shop in Starke.It skin and the meal 15 in the f reeze.'for
1 ..poem composed in memory of Mr. medals inscribed 'Order of the Bat- I'm a Friend of Channel 8 WUFT Rhodea was 7 on Dee;:IX Dewev Me- Is lovely! a future meal,

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'j Among out of town guests attending
F. the luncheon were Mr. and Mrs
William Schwartz of Crescent City
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of Lake Bedford -
I Mr. and Mrs Lawrence
Cosgrove of Waldo.Mrs. Minnie Cola
: Mrs. Finale Prescott and Mrs. hazelk
: Richards, all of Starke.
t Mrs. Velma Gilbert was welcomed
t as a new member of the club.
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; Christmas float originated by Mrs
Lola Williamson and Mrs. Mabel Mc-
Cullough which appeared in the HAMILTON BEACH
Starke Christmas parade on Satur-
day. carrying a live Nativity Scene. FOOD ifilL9
== Among those having a part In the 1
== scene on the float were Zina Beth PROCESSOR

w Young as Mary. Tracy Bradley Fact*llc**,shreds,mix*.*cut*food. '
played Joseph Angels were Misty Blend.sauces a mites bread doughs.Reg .
== Koehler and Kim Rowland.Wise Men 6999
E were Brian Archer and Michael God- TIMEX

if win.Mrs.. Helen Jack with her guitar accompanied 49 99 / VIP PRO ) CASIO ALARM KEYSTONE POCKET 110

:= the following children in
DRYER
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= Shelly Carter Brenda and Denise 1250 wan.2 speeds*4 heat
Curtis, Marcie Carpenter Melissa .Ha*thatMrproof case. S digit LCD with stopwatch Compact design.White dial with Use convenient llpflaah ainclude
nozzle No P12T & alarm feature.- large black numeral*& second ', 110 cartridge film
: Godwin Jennie Rhea.Sharon Godwin t. No PW-M Rea. 29 99 hand. No. 7369 Reg 4.99
=- and Ginny Rowland. ,
= Chuck Rowland was the driver of

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City of Hampton'
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Christmas Spirit Oetectllllr.'n' It.earliest stages
: The Joseph Riddick home on US 301 Provide* loud alarm A test button. Quantltls Last f':'
: ; just north of SR-1S, presents the trueChristmas WITH No. P5B-10 ascuLauArsorrip Reg. 17 M ...*' ,WhHe "V, .:

=$- its lovely Nativity Spirit again Scene this among year other with ICE -1/109 ... ... ,..,--'-, J. ,, ..... o...........---1'L "' ''' ;""'I"'r..d' .',:," .. '.
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: lighted symbols. These Include a & wt; .
large cross above choir boys, angels LESS MPG".' _500. GENERAL ELECTRIC CLAIROL WALL MOUNT '..,r'
Santa and his reindeers, and large MAIL-IN REBATE*._ r., e /SPRAY/DRY ,1 FOR THE ROAD SHOWER'MASSAGE \
candles. The outline of their home In FINALCO.T .
lovely lights is.also Impressive and AFTER REBATE .. ...,.,, 991 IRON TRAVEL DRYER ,
worth driving miles at night to Feature bulIMn spray, 3 heet..1200. watt by'WaterPi' ?
water window a Dureyefcordaet
Unique fold-up handle.No. .
behold! No. F92 MD-1 ."' Replaces exulting shower.head _
Ruth and Joe started their collection Reg. 17.99 ; .. with adjustable -
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years ago when they lived in Miami. EKTRAUTE10 99HAMILTON 17 ..., '
; By adding to it each year since then :
their outdoor scene is one of the CAMERA OUTFIT .'" 499 '
loveliest around. '
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Congratulations a No.ALtORR.p.32.99. Ir i f
Henry and Marcia Rhoden proudly
announce the arrival of their baby NORELCO
son,Alan Carl who arrived at Shands HAND HELD
Hospital In Gainesville Dec. 6, BEACH ,CURLY QMISTWAND SHOWERMASSAGE
j weighing 0 Ibs. 3 oz. POPAIRE ,

k, Paternal grandparents are Bertha Ha ready dot,safety tip ibvWtter'Plke
i: and the late Carl Rhoden. CORN POPPERPopsoorn A swivel cord.No.HB1800
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=- grandfather 1 the oil-lea way Reg. 4 combination -
Starling of Keystone Heights. with hot elr, with butter WITH naelAl.SALtaaATa. apray*.Ue *a wall
Alan Carl Joins Patricia, Pamela metier: No. Reg.34.99 OrFLQ59.stet mount, too. No.
Paula and Henry. 68 ...........7 SM-3 flog. 27.99 .
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Regina Cannavo celebrated her' MINOLTA \ '. FINAL COST' -'

\ I 13th birthday Dec. 8 with a party for HI-MATICS35mm AFTSN aaaMsWINCMEREVIP' ......,,.799* ',.;>"
I friends at the home of Becky Young. r q ,... .
They had a decorated cake and other CAMERAAutomatic
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records and dancing. polnt-locu-shoot REMINGTONRECHARGEABLE' .
$ Happy Birthday to Mitchell opn auon. Built-in electronic ',- SLOW COOKER '
BEAUTY .
flash. Ha* many popular helpful
Thomas on Nov. 29. feature Reg 119 99 Cook*tew*.casseroles, .
Audrey Brown celebrated her 13th with little electrical energy. MACHINE RAZOR .' :
birthday on Dec. 6. Feature'. Off.High.. Low" nail A.skin Triple cutting system ;

I I 12.Randy Campbell turned 13 en Dec. 9999 - Reg..nl"9..Mod..3/454\1.99 J, t beautifyinga. VP-BC Reg attachments.No. 9.99 AIIf. World-wide Rep, 54.99TEXASINSTRUMENTS. No XLR-3000 rech.rglng'.tana. "

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with their time friends Mrs.and '
Mrs. Lynn Hall. & TRACK PRESTOJUMBO'

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tuning. volume function 1S'aluminum fry :'
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Mrs. Bedding's third grade class.is -- '1

proud of Karen Hodges for beiiuf the SOUNDESIGN DELUXE ...
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school winner of the Channel 3 'PutYOUI'MIf AM/FM/TV1/TV2 ., 1 '
in Our Holiday Picture" art BEACH. PERFECT TOUCH ,GRAN PRIX / ':i
J j contest. Karen drew a picture of RADIORdbeivea ELECTRICKNIFE "
a holiday a MAKE-UP STEREO SYSTEM
theme For'herieffaL one !
,, I received acertificate radio& VHP broadcast MIRROR AM/FM/FMstereo >
1 a Channel 5 shirt, and ap Stainless. steel'blade receiver with 8trackplayer f .-
recessed safety switchA 4 light settings 4 .. ..
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__ Samons, has been helping make r-
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r much!If : : e i .
f I David Stephens celebrated a birthday
,,' I on Dec. 12 in Mrs. Tetstone's a -
; ; room. Johnny and Eddy Siegmund
'. are proud to announce a baby brother : t '
born on Dec. 10. Parents are Mr. *t ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER : tunftS' Get two rout of print: mo wtl"rk charge itv. r
r. Mrs.John Siegmund of Starke. ilS! Prtceof one Kodacotor: r w
TWICE Get.,.must ol printi with every THE and white,when you have .
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reading contest in Mrs Tetstone's feather THE part film cOlOf e:lo p amend wM.printed., FILM your TODAY Wm AND processed EVERYDAY at Eckerd. u,ou__nr'ia: : .' ,

room was Tommy Balkon. Tammy A PRINTS TODAY,AND EVERYDAY, ar wlwiww.w .
read 82 books during the month of .srii !04I00II'T' .
November. He was treated toMcDonsld's rar POll IT, .., ,,
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; r : CJ : iQ : rXJjo: :: [b1lE1..) .....'1 : : e in' !iE!i!!!! er:3Sne: NEWS J.eeiHei 1M!geUiiI .@ ijThtJ ii : ll !-! !! !
by Elizabeth Terry p.m.; Orchestra Practice Tuesday ty visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar, Carter Mrs. Wm. Wilson went to theWoman's
the
Club In Starke to see
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Choir Practice on Thursday afternoon.We '."
evening-7 p.m.;
Phone 782-3300: .
Wednesday 7 p.m.; Bible Gleanings Jacksonville spent Thursday withl Mrs. Earl Troxell and daughter, are glad to"report'that Mr. and ,''.Parade''of Homes Sunday afternoon '
CHURCH ACTIVITIES 8pm. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Artie; Mrs. Patricia Hayes and granddaughter Mrs. George Kelly are recuperating Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brown and son ; .
Sun- Dobbs.; Miss Allison Hayes, were nicely front their Illnesses Mike Jr., returned from Sneads ?
,'I Smyrna School-10 Missionary Baptist Worship: PERSONALSMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crews and business visitors in Jacksonville on Mrs. Wilma Wainwright spent Ferry N.C. on Friday after upending -
day Services-11 and a.m. ; Prayer Virgil Griffis and Mrs. Maines family of Lake Butler,spent Saturdaywith Sunday afternoon. Saturday with her sister Mrs, Doris three weeks up there with thefparents
am 7:30 7pm.; Griffis and children of Palatka spent their broUier-ln-law and sister Buddy Thompson and his son Ran- Purser of Lake Asbury. Mr and Mrs. Mel Reed.
I Meeting-Wednesday Grace United : Methodist p.m. : Sunday afternoon with their mother, Mr.and Mrs. Henry Hodges and family. dy Thompson, of Crosby Lake visited Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Olive and ton,
CORRECTION-Thanks to those who Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and sister Mrs. his mother Mrs. Daisy Thompson on family of Maxville were Saturday James, and grandsons Deril Prevatt
have WOOD to the Par Daisy Boch. Miss Kay Crockett and children Tuesday afternoon.Mr. dinner guests of their parents Mr. and Lonnie Olive and Mrs. Ola Starling
brought Needless to we can use Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of Michelle and Michael of Green Cove and Mrs. L.C. Smith of Dade CISouthside and Mrs. lIarold Eunice. visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Belyew.
I sonage. say, and Mr. Otis Brewer in St. Johns Arizona.They were gone t
her sister. Mrs. C.E. Strickland Springs and >t'IS&! Friends of Mrs. Selma Eunice
,, more.The Thrift Shop will be open at the Gainesville Thursday until Saturday.Mr. Kim Brewer were Sunday dinner regret to learn that she Is patient in two weeks and went throb seven .
Saturdays. and Mrs. Earl Denmark of guests of their son-in-law and I Bradford County Hospital. Our states: Florida. I Ipl.
new Sunday School-9:30: a.m.; Early Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Elementary prayers are with her. Louisiana Texas New Mexico and
with their mother Mrs. Lois Carter. Moore and daughter Trisha. Miss Michelle Eland of Keystone Arizona. '
a.m.
Church-10:30 Worship-U
: a.m.. Evening; Worship-7; Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Mr. and Mrs, Lester Sponholtz of School News Heights visited Mr and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. RW. Edwards of I
UMYFp.m. ; Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Eunice on Sunday afternoon.. Jacksonville went to Calvary Church
: Oscar Carter on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of in Starke. Sunday morning with their
I Middle School NewsStudents Johnny Tomlinson of High Springs, December 3 Report cards were, Jacksonville spent Saturday with brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Bradford and Mrs. Margie Reddish and sons sent home with the students. If your their brother-in-law and sister Col. Mrs. Donald Wllklson.
Donald and Randall of Starke were student didn't arrive home with a and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. While here
from Ms. Clayton's and Folsom; secretary: Tina Bowen and Sunday dinner guests of her parents report card you are encouraged to they attended the opening of "The Lawtey Elementary School
Ms. Moschella's classes attended the treasurer LeAnn Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan. call the school office for more infor Wilson's Florist Shop", formerly Lunch Menu-Dec 17-11 "
Special Olympic district level basket- Mr. McKinney, Principal, complimented Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Rowe matlon. Nancy's Flower Shop, Monday, Dee 17i Chicken .'
ball competitions hosted by Marion the group on the outstan- Prevatt regret to learn of the death of December 20 through January 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sheri ring and casserole buttered green peas, i '.
County on Saturday Dec. 1. It was a ding work that was done by last their brother-in-law Wilbur Bell who Christmas Holidays. Students returnto Erica of Starke, Michelle Jerry and peaches biscuit butter and milk. .
long and tiring but fun-filled day. year's club. tie presented the group passed away on Saturday night. His classes on Jan. 2. Jan. 2 Is the day Robert Wilkerson Mrs. Gloria Rowe Tuesday. Dec. 18: Turkey Roast
The qualifying students were those with a certificate of appreciationfrom funeral was Tuesday at 2 o'clock In selected for the schools of BradfordCo. Shellie and Dianne Mr. and Mrs. with dressing mashed potatoes ,.
who received first place in the Nov. 7 the Cancer Society for funds the Lawtey Cemetery.Mr. to make up the time lost by the R.W. Edwards of Jacksonville were w/gravy. green beans cranberry s
Bradford County meet Those competitors raised last year. This certificate wUl and Mrs, Donald Norman of day off during Hurricane David.In Sunday dinner guests of their mother sauce applesauce cake hot rolls but .
who made first place in the be placed on display in the front of- Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar anticipation of the Christmas and grandmother, Mrs B.L. ter and milk.Wednesday. .
district meet will advance to the state fice.Members Carter on Saturday. season Southslde's office is Wilkison,. Sr. The occasion was to Dec 1.': (Picnic t'
competitions which will be held in need to get their $9.00 Jeffrey McClellan of Starke, visitedhis decorated with many bright and celebrate the first birthday of Erica Lunch), spiced ham sandwich peanut
January dues in to Mrs. Black Miss Tompkinsor grandparents Mr and Mrs. Lea beautiful ornaments. You are invitedto daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill SherlrIng. butter jelly, cookie delight banana. !
Miss Hannigan's and Mrs. Smith's Mrs. Bennett. This should be doneno McClellan on Friday. come by and look at the festive and milk.
SLD classes went on a field trip to the later than Dec. 14. S-Sgt. and Mr L.G. Wilkerson and items many of which are hand made. Mrs. Sandy Thomas of Jacksonville -
Bradford County Public Library. Friday During the meeting activities for family have retired from the Air Mrs. Carolyn Taylor ard Mrs. spent the weekend with her Christmas Holidays-Dec. 20-Jan. 1,
Nov. 30. They had a picnic lunchat the year were discussed. Dates will be Force and have moved to Starke on Marla Kopelousos, first grade parents. Mr. and Mrs D.O. Brown. 1980.
the Pratt Street Recreation set up at a later date. Kingsley Lake Road teachers are proud to announce that
Building and played games before Glen Thornton and Latonya Ivey Just
returning to school. Ie 888888888888188888 received their new book, Magic Rings
I On Wednesday Nov 28, the Junior Legal otice and Funny Things.
Beta Club had their annual election of COMMUNITY DEVELOP. MONTHS FROM THE News from Mrs. Ernestine Thom-
officers Michelle MENT BLOCK GRANT DATE OF THE FIRST and Mrs. Thelma Knight's
: president
HUDSOIIVitaMINS
Stilwell, vice-president Angela B.79.DN120208.STREETS the office of the City PUBLICATION OP THIS fourth grade: Tricia Jones Victoria
NOTICE to file with me
AND DRAINAGE Clerk Stark.. Florida Carla Me-
.....e IMPROVEMENTS. CITY and at the office of Ben clerk of the above court Butler Robert Pittman
Cutchen and Symra Addison are now
a a written statement of
OF STARKE FLORIDA. .sent Hammock
Lunch Menu Dec. 17-19 INVITATIONTO Ruckmon Inc. Con. any claim or demand working from their fourth grade
Bradford County Middle BIDDERS lulling and Design they may have. Each Spelling book. The following studentsare
School. Southside and Nolle Is h.r.by given Engineers 2000 Corporal claim must be In writing doing a good job of masteringtheir
Starke Elem. Schools that the City of Stork.. Square and must Indicate the multiplication tables: Victoria
Florida will receive sealed Boulevard Jacksonville, baste for the claim the Butler, Stephen Early William For-
Monday Dec. 17: Hotdog on bun. bak- bids In the City Council Florida. 32216. Plans and name and address of the syth Clifford Ivey. Sherry Martin
ed beans cole slaw w/carrots Chambers. City "011. Specifications may b* creditor or his agent or Robert Pittman Isaac Simmons and 1 '
orange milk. Storke, Florida, 32091. purchased from ...._1. attorney and the John Kuhne. i 1
'} Tuesday Drc. 18:: Tuna Salad on lettuce until 6:30: o'clock on the Hammack a Ruckman.Inc. amount claimed. If the The library has enjoyed displayingthe 'It. :
I green beans peach cobbler 15th. day of January ? for the sum of claim Is not yet due, the winners of the Der-' '
.I roll milkWednesday., I960 for the Construction $30.00 p.r set, non- date when It will become by"-CUb Scout Pack 73. These 8, 9, II"
Dec 19: Roast turkey. of the Streets and refundable.CITY due hall be stated. If and 10 year-old boys made their own
dressing w/giblet gravy buttered Drainage Improvements. COMMISSION OF the claim Is contingent or race cars from blocks of wood and xW.wxw
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green peas w/carrots cranberry Then all bids will be THE CITY OF STARKE. unliquidated the natureof then raced them. Also displayed are J ,4 I
sauce ambrosia rolls and milk. publicly opened read FLORIDA. the uncertainty shall their awards of ribbons and medals. I
Christmas Holidays- Dec. 20-Jan. 1. aloud and recorded. Itehf) 1213.IN be stated. If the claim Is Mrs.Donna Gruen's fourth and fifth
of .secured the security
This project consists -
grade class has recently studied -
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th. construction of approximately shall be described. The
Bookmobile Proves 3.000 feel' of claimant shall deliver maps and directions; among their, N
n.w paving 1.650 feet' of THE CIRCUIT COURT sufficient copies of the projects is a "city" (Starke) made *
I resurfacing and 1,400 FOR BRADFORD COUN claim to the clerk/ to from boxes and construction paper.
Invaluable Tool (lest of sidewalk' with TY. FLORIDA, PROBATE enable the clerk to mall What a good job they did and what a ft '.
related drainage and appurtenances. DIVISION File NO. one copy to each Per lot of interest the "city" has created ?
'i The City 1.3125. sonal Representative here in the library. Another item be- i: wy
Gas too expensive? No car? Homebound reserves the right to In re: ESTATE OF SUSIE All persons InterestedIn ing enjoyed by all is a sugardoughrace ,lAMIN r' ./ ,
? Use the Bradford County award a Contract or to MAE KNAPP Deceased the estate to whom a track made by Greg Wiggins /lWW :t
Public Library Bookmobile. The readvertlse, whichevermay NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION copy of this Notice of Administration .. from Mrs. Donna Hartley's fifth Ra/Rs11/ ..
bookmobile provides library serviceson be In Its best Interest has been "' grade complete with cars gravel 'f
wheels-books records and TO ALl PERSONS HAVING -, mailed are required" r..signs, and fences. Fine job Gregl! :It
magazines to every resident of Bradford This project Is to be CLAIMS 'OR WITHIN THREE MONTHS .. '.
County free. The bookmobile. financed totolly..by a .:DEMANDS AGAINST THE FROM. THE DATE OF THE ./ .. 1 Bbtfle Of= Any'Hudson : fc
travels 97 miles per week throughout Federal' grant from the ABOVE ESTATE AND"Alt' IMP"PUBLICATION'OF*'. Buy ..
the county making ten weekly Deportment of Housingand OTHER PERSONS IN. THIS NOTICE to file any 'Magic Galore ,
t scheduled stops. Here are some com Urban Development. TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: objections they may Vitamin :
ments from bookmobile patrons at Bidders must comply YOU ARE HEREBY hove that challenges the .
NOTIFIED that the administration validity of the Dec. At Public Library
the different with the Preildent's' Ex.ecullve .
From Brooker stops.: My children are en- Order No. 11246 of theestate dent's Will the qualifications And Get The 2nd Bottle
joying the Uncle Remus album. I'm and 11375 which pro of Susie Mae of the Personal Ink turned into water, sugar changed '
glad you have records to share. I want hibit discrimination In Knopp. deceased File Representative or the to candy balls multiplying tricks .
Number 1-3123. I Is venue, or jurisdiction of At Half Price '
'I to look through the Books for Sale sec employment regardingrace pending with books and more magic will bepresented "
creed, sex ot na- In the Circuit Court the Court. Stardust The Magician
tion.\ by Otter Good Through January 31, 1980STOCKUP
tional Federal for Bradford County All CLAIMS,
origin
per free at the Bradford
Hello! Here's Billy Adams
your magazines. requirements. Florida Probate Division DEMANDS. AND OBJEC .
t There's some great holiday recipes Bidders must comply the address of TIONS NOT SO FILED County Public Library Dec. IS .
inside. I was almost late getting here with Title VI of the Civil which Is Gilbert S. WILL BC FOREVER,, BAR ..Saturday from 10:30: a.m.-II a.m.
because I was copying some. I Rights Act of 1964. the Brown Clerk Bradford RED Billy Adams a resident of Starke off, :
brought you some walnuts for your Dovls-Bacon Act. and the County Courthouse, Dot of the first has been teaching himself magic .
Christmas baking. See you next week. Anti-Kickback Act and Stork., Florida 32091. publication of this Notice and on for thirteen of his twenty .
At Theressa: Would you locate a the Contract Work Hours The personal representative of Administration: 'years. Billy has worked up a variety .I
copy of the Wahoo Bobcat for me? I Standards Act, of the estate Is December 13. 1979. 'of magic including card and coin NOW !
read it when I was young and I'd like Bidders must certify Floyd Edwin Barrett / /Floyd Edwin Bar. tricks. One of his favorite tricks is ,' :
to get it for my son. Also I need a that they do not. and will whose address Is 123 rett, As Personal pouring milk into JB newspaper cone
book on how to write business letters. not. maintain or provide Oceanwoy Avenue, Representative of the and making it disappear. .
From Lawtey I'll read anything for their employees any Jacksonville, Florida Estate of Susie Mae Children and adults take a
non-fiction written about the Civil facilities that are 32218. Th. name and address Knapp Deceased. December break-relax-stop at the AVAILABLE ATIKOCH *
War. Do you have some books segregated on a basil of of the personalrepresentative's ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Public Library. See a Magic Show
I Please bring me two each week from race color, creed or notional at.torney REPRESEN. and pick up a book. Learn the art of '
origin per Federal are set forth TATIVE: /s/Joek F.Mlln. off and to do DRUG STORE
the Main Library if it isn't too much showing forty-nine ways rs.
below 1200 Barnett Bank
I trouble. requirements.Plans : it, in the book "More Sneaky Feats"or I '
All having Bldg.. Jacksonville, : .
Specifications persons
find out the secret of
The Handy Way at Morgan Road: claims demands Florida 32202. floating ,
and other Contract or -
;
W. Call St. Starke,
in 166
vanishing
Good Morning! I'm bringing you Documents are on file against the estate are 904/333.1264. 12/13 bodies people
some more Harlequin Romances. I and be examined at required WITHIN THREE 2lchg 12/20. the great magicians. Teach; yourself '
love reading them but they're getting may magic from the Mickey Mouse Magic 964-6757 ,:: .' t
,. Book Practical Lessons In Magic.
I'' so expensive. I'll read yours and ------ ---- or
share mine with others. 60 Years Of Service To BradfordUnion Clay Residents These and more are available free at '. .
Over in New River: I didn't realize your public library. -
you had a pattern exchange. I just :
I bought $500 worth of patterns last DeWitt C.JonesFuneral ,'
night. Good grief! Do you have a boys .
size 6 shirt there Here's a bunch of NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING = -- -t
I. mustard greens for your dinner L Home ..

j tonight.At Midway Shopping Center: I love OF THE HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY ;': ',rt \

r it. This Is just my second trip here ., .
but I'm spreading the word. You havea ft :

;, some good paperbacks thing going for here.your I'm collection.donating (> We Offer The Bereaved OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA ".:', ,-\

We can always hear you go rumbling I Family All Of The t. (
by and we know It's time to head .

for the book Large stop. I Print really appreciateyour books. I Services Involved In A Announcing' a public meeting, to which all" persons are : :"i'"

From the Starke Nursing Home kk\ "
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j me Good with Morning my bath Honey cap! You've still on.caught Have ,F \ I h Traditional Funeral invited, to be held THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1.979. AT ', : = i,

Jf i::' The you got scarier my the ghost better stories I always with you say.? '1. And Burial ; 10:00 A.M. in the COMMISSIONERS ROOM.of.the ,HiJ ':- :

t Some nights I have to leave my light
J;..... on I get so frightened. __ \. ; BRADFORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE, TEMPLE AVE., < ,
Been"Established
I thoroughly enjoyed the book of '. Having .* !
pictures from the Everglades. I lived ?"
,r STARKE FLORIDA.
:
r there a long time ago. and it was just For I
like returning. They were so realistic. ,
Take it from those In the know consider W .' ,
using the traveling branch of the Many Years In Purpose of the meeting is to review the Bond Validation

public library. Cut out the bookmobile "'

see schedule Mrs. below Sandy and Davis come the on driver.in and r + + .,, OUrFacilify-We., Hearing and to consider such other matters that may '3';(, .t, ,

Save gas-read a book.SCHEDULE. :'Are Able To
come before the Authority. : 1

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+ rovide Our Fine ,

Monday Starke Nursing i* II a.m.Home A copy of the agenda may obtained by writing to :' -:, .'::.

Tuesday 10. II a.m. Midway Corner Services To You At Less Cost "11,;

Iils.IbISpm at Santa Fe Lake-SK-. Edwarda'B. Grocery j' rr..r. rrrrr-..rrr..rrr-rrr..rrr.rwr Dudley P. Hardy, P. O. Box 1030, Stark. Fla. ',32091: ':; !: i.
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12:30.2:30 p.m. Hampton Poet Office: DeWitt C Jones '" A' ,
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1:30 a.m.2:30. I p.m.p.m. Brooker Moonlight City Enterprises Hall Funeral Home a: GEORGE W.;; ROBERTS,*? ;.

; at New River SR 100 '
Friday It a.m. Noon Handy Way Starke Keystone Heights Chairman"J ,i

Sit-It" CR-233Iz:20Tzo 964.6200 473-3176 e'l I ,. Finance '
Housing Authority =:
J p.m. Kelly's Restaurant '

, '' CR-22S l40-2:3 Hall RENTAL of Bradford County Florida
,! p.m. Lawtey City Hospital Beds Walkers' Wheel Chairs & Crutches ,

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THI CIRCUIT Noon Iron pipe: thence WITNESSnsy) hand and IN,ANY WAY gulled to terve 0 copy of
[ COURT EIGHTH B9 Degreet 30 the. .i. .tttllttAurt,elf THEREBY: your written defenses' If PUBLIC NOTICe North Elghty-nlno (99)) PUBLIC rvOIICIIn
JUDICIAL COURT IN Mlnutet/ East 100 fear Notice (t hereby given dug... and Twenty- accordance wnh.QulismoutS '
la tb1A .. ltd .., ef .}uand oooh olyou any' to It. on Petitioners
AND FOR BRADFORD on Iron pipe; thence December,197tGILBERT .: neriby attorney whose fNMno that First Baptltt Church eight ((38)) mlnutet" East, of the S> it.,

! COUNTY. FLORIDA South 83 Degree 37 S. BROWN, an tho roqulrooi 90th day to and address li J... '.0. Box 1298, Starko, !boundary Southerly' of FiorWo O eplor N.,
appear
CAse NOL 79478.COLOMXAfe Minutes 30 Seconds Cast Clerk By /i/Beulah M. of December, *1979 of r w.tt.. ,., P.O. Suit Florida 33091 hat mailed thereof. Three 17.2. GRIFFIN, INDUSTRIfS.
MOR- ....65 feet to on Iron Moody. Deputy Clerk. 90 o'clock. A.M. boforo IN THE CII IT Ibis. Stork. Florida application on Thousand Four Hundred INC. C If
TGAGi CPMPANY. pipe:; thence South- 73 12/6 4tchg 13/27. the Circuit Court for COURT EIGHTH' 33091 on or before November 10. 197* to Fifteen and Five Tenths FLORIDA feereby gi..>. ,
; corporation Plaintiff' vt Degree* 48 Minute' 30 Bradford JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'OFFLORIDA Januarys. J'BOV and file the Federal' Communlc ((3419.9 feel), more or Public Nolle of the tOo
JOHN B. CAMPBELL County, IN AND l1011 tlont Cammlttlon. less, to the
Second
and WeilerlyPOelpflwOfy
Eott.90.39 foot Florida at the tb. tlrfglnal' with In* font to construct a ctlnuout ""
grh.rs. QOt|. to on Iron pipe; thence CIRCUIT In Stork courthouse BRADFORD,COUNTY." clack' of this court either Washington D.C.. for a of the flDnt Ofway **' !lrgrstern .>..
Cf OPACTION South 89 Dynes 01 IN THE Florida and thaw' cause before service on poll.Manors construction permit for of State Rood 100; heated by two -
Mines East S3 feet to COURT, EIGHTH why tho of the Civil Action Cose No. attorney or .Immediately authority to construct a thence North Eighteen fuel oil fired te....,
, TOJ JOHN,B. CAMPBELL. on Iron pipe 'located on JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'IN complaint prayers I filed In 79575. i, thereafter non-commercial Chrlt- ((18)) degrees and Thirty boiler. which will be >
end RUBY.VJOAN, CAMPBRL. the Westerly boundaryof AND FOR BRADFORD above-entitled the KENNETH JEROME! otherwise. a judgment; lion FM Radio Station five ((39)) minute West source of air pollution. ,

hit"Wife, whotoresidence the right-of-way of COUNTY FLORIDA. NO. should not proceeding be LOWER, husband r.Plaintiff will be entered for the with studio transmitter along told Westerly, SR 221 ono mile north "'
l It Unknown Pratt Street: th.nc. 79-966-CA DIV. CIVIL granted and the vt HAZEL ,;FAY relief demanded In thepetition. and antenna to bo boundary. One Thou Hemptenrolu I
YOU Rki HEREBY North 0 Degreet 28 THE HOUSING Single ROWLAND LOPER, wife, located at First Baptist land Ono hundred County, Florida latllu<

NOTIFIED ,fret an action Minutes West along sold FINANCE AUTHORITY OF Family Revenue Bonds Mortgage, Series Defendant.NOTICE WITNESS my", hand and Church focllitlet, comer Seventy-slx, and Two 3994'1t"N. longltutK82W36W.

1 to foreelo/se'/ a mortgage Westerly boundary, 103 BRADFORD COUNTY a 1980. therein described' tho sal I of this Court on of Clarke and Jeffarton Hundredth ((1176.02)) : ;
upon' the following properly feet to on Iron pipe; public body corporate and the OF SUIT ., November. 1979. Streets Slorke. Florida feat to on Iron' pipe for Copies of the aba"-
"
proceedings
liMV BRADFORD thence South 89 Degree and politic. Plaintiff vs. authorizing the Issuance NO PROPERTY J Gilbert S. Brown on- II.' MHZ with a point of beginning. From application. tlt., J
County. Florida: 14 Minutes 20 Seconds STATE OF FLORIDA AND thereof validated TO: Kenneth Jerome" Clerk of cold Court. power of 4.990K watt*. the point of beginning technical analysis pm "
andcenllrmd
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH West, parallel' with sold THE! TAXPAYERS. PRO. such Iond.con.l.llng Lopor. Address,, By: I.IT...,. Hodges Copies of the application thus described continue" famed the Depart ''f''P
.
RANCH 22 EAST Northerly boundary PERTY OWNERS AND of not ... Unknown. A* Deputy Clerk. are available for North Eighteen ((18)) end their pr
Section 2'tt..A parcel of 99.99 feet to an Iron CITIZENS OF BRADFORD $" YOU ARE (HEREBY 12/6 4tchg 12/27: public 'Inspection at the degroet and Thirty-five posed decision a< :
ceodlng
land lylngtb the NEVi of pipe) thence North 0 COUNTY. INCLUDING .000.000 NOTIFIED that on action office of the church during ((39)) minutes West along available for pu lia Vspoctlon
SWV4 of told Section Degree 28 Mlnutei NONRESIDENTS OWN. Revenue Single Family Bonds Mortgage Serlet b for dissolution' of mar. regular butlnetthourt. told Westerly boundary at tho Florid-:

told parcel being more West parallel with told ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT 1980 of The rlage hat boon filed Ono Hundred Twenty Deportment of En
particularly described' at Westerly boundary 149 TO TAXATION Finance Housing'of against you Kenneth The Federal Communication Five ((129)) feet to an Iron vlronmental Regulatlo' <

follows: feet to Point of Beglnn- THEREIN ot al.. Defen Bradford Authority be Jerome Loper and you Committlon pip.: thenc South office. 839 N.W. 21'.I l
Commence at the Northeast Ing. dant.. dated and County: to are required to terve a NOTICIOf Washington D.C. Seventy-one ((71)) Avenue Suite F. Gal,..>.
coiner of told Together with tho ORDER TO SHOW such times to mature ot copy of/ your writtendefenses. received' told application degroet, and Twenty-five vllle. Florida.
NE'4 of SWV4 (being alto following. equipment: CAUSE! and In suchomounts If I any to It. on. SHERIFFS SALE on November 13 1979 ((25))) minutes W.... One Persons wishing '"
the at shall bo fixed the plaintiffs' attorney Notice It hereby Issuing the First. Hundred Ninety-nine
Southeast corner of One bedroom TO THE STATE OF hereby given comment on any ospur
Lot 4, Mock 1 of on. bath Guest House; FLORIDA THROUGH THE by of subsequent resolution whose nom. and address that I. Dolph I. Relddlsh.a Baptist Church Starko, and Elghty-flvo Hundredth of this action ore nquired -
Saratoga Heights Unit. Well to Wall carpeting; STATE ATTORNEY FOR the plaintiff prior' to It Hon. Gregory J. sheriff of Bradford Florida application (199.89)( ) feet to an to submit tlt.,?i
at per pips thereof, Swimming pool; Redwood THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL bear delivery thereof; and Darby. 3537 Standing County Florida under number 791113AE. 3tchg Iron pipe; thence South comments In wrltlrfg i<
to Interest
recorded ,in.Plat; look 2. fence. CIRCUIT OF SUCH STATE payable Blvd. Jacksonville, and by virtu of Writ of 13/30 Eighteen ((18)) degrees the above oddrest with", ".

Page:; 6of the Public hat been filed against THE! SEVERAL PROPERTY rote temlannually rotes at such.. Florida 32210. and file Execution to-wit: and Thlrty-flv ((39)) 30 days of publication it
or not
Records of jtald) County) you and UNITED STATESOF OWNERS TAXPAYERS the the original with the Execution Issued out, minutes East parallel this notice.
and run. South 89 AMERICA and you AND CITIZENS OF BRADFORD ceeding maximum clerk of tho above-styled of County Court of Bradford NOTICE OF ACTIONIN with told Westerly boun Itchg 12/13. '
ollowobl.
Degrees '....I. Minute 20 ore required to serve a COUNTY. rob by law; a court on or before County. Florida pur THE CIRCUIT COURT dory On. Hundred ,
Seconds West along tho Copy", of your written FLORIDA INCLUDING ouch description January 18 1980.'otherwise uont to a Final Judge- OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Twenty-hv. ((139)) feet to I

Southerly boundary of d.f.n.... I If any to It on NONRESIDENTS OWN. contained In Bonds the being. a judgment will be mont for Wilbur Heath CIRCUIT IN AND FOR .on Iron pipe: thence ..> I Ir II!
told Saratoga Helghtt' Smith. Hulsey' Schwalbe ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT complaint entered egalntt you for din: Heath Auto Sorvlco BRADFORD COUNTY North Seventy-one ((71)I) r
and olonll'fh. Northerly Nichols, plaintiffs attorneys TO TAXATION filed. 'In thIs pro the relief demanded In Of lowtey Florida and FLORIDA. degrees and Twty."... rj j
of whoso ceeding.Thlt the complaint orpeti Waltor ((29)) minutes East, On
boundary told NE4! ofSW' address THEREIN AND ALL order against Hender-
to thaw
/. 469.99 feet to onIon It ;500 Barnett Bank OTHERS HAVING' OR shall bo tion.WITNESS : ton J,., dolondant. In TUCKER BROS.. INC. o Hundred Ninety-nine
pipe for Point of Building, Jacksonville, CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, cause published my hand and tho amount of 190.58 Florida' corporation and Elghty-flvo, Hundred-
In the
Beginning. From Point of Florida 33303, on or TIne OR INTEREST IN 1 75.06.manner requiredby the teal 1 of this Court on together with\costt. of plaintiff vt JAMES BROX. the ((199.89)) feel to pointof
Flo. Slat.
Beginning Ihut described before January I". 1980. PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED December, 1979, ," collection.Havo TON COOPER and DEBRA beginning. Being !
((1977)), In The Bradford
Gilbert S. Brown.' As J. COOPER hit' wife, located In Section Ten ,
continue South 89 and file the original with BY THE ISSUANCE tolled and have -
'
Qegr_. 14 Minutes 20 the clerk. el this Court BY THE HOUS County ..T..r.ph._apo. Clerk of Iho Court By: in my possession the Defendant ((10)). Township Seven ((7)) I Ii
-
Second Wett along either before service{ on. ING FINANCE AUTHORITY )- circulation' In Bradford Beuloh M. Moody.'Deputy following described pen Cote No. 79.579 DMtlon { South. Range twenty.two .
told Northerly", boundary plaintiffs attorney or OF BRADFORD County Florida. Clerk. tonal I property ta-wll: : CA (22)) East, Bradford

and along told Southerly' Immediately thereafter: COUNTY OF SINGLE DONE AND ORDEREDIn 13/6 4tchg 12/27. 1972 Chovrolot' 4 dr VIN NOTICE County. Florida'

boundary 130.59 feet to otherwise (Judgment, may FAMILY MORTGAGE chambers at Stark, No. 1M69H3W336416.At OF ACTION hat been filed egalnii. i I

on Iron pip.: thence be entered against you REVENUE BONDS SERIES Bradford County, IN THI CIRCUIT COURT tho property of the TO: JAMES BROXTON you and you are requiredto
South 0 30 for the relief demandedIn 1980 COOPER and DEBRA J. servo a copy of
Degrees HEREINAFTER above named defendantand your
Florida this 26th day of OF THE! EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Mlnutet 2 the COOPER hit wife written delen.... If I'i
Lost .99ft complaint. DESCRIBED' ; OR TO BE November, 1979. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR that on Wednesday any
who. residence .
It
to It on Lawrence J. Bernard
the ,26th
BRADFORD COUNTY December; 1979 day at of UNKNOWN but whose plaintiff attorney. < ''i
ono
FLORIDA f. mailing address It. e/o whose address It 1001 'ij
In Re: Th. Matter of o'clock on told day on Continental .
the of tin Brad Telephone Blacktlono Building j
the Adoption of METINA premises
Company of the South, Jacktonvlllo' Florida
RALPH BRYAN REAL LORRIE MILLER will ford offer County for Jallyard.sole and I 301 North WaukothaStreet. 32303: on or before l ,'
ESTATE BYt CECIL F. SMITH. HFR
< j I'
Florida
ffT/ld (fMnn STEP!! FATHER Petitioner. toll to tho highest bidder Bonlfay, January 38, 1980, and
33433.
964-8788 file the original' with the
for cash
Case No. 79573. In hand, the
POS N.Temple A... (U.S. 301 N.) Reg. Real l Estate Broker 7 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO above described property that YOU ARE NOTIFIED Clerk of this Court either ;jf
an action before
to service on plain.
IB of told defendant
: Mr. Nolan H.Mill. to
301 North Trail Motel.lewtey .,. Jr. Address satisfy the aforesaid Execution. the foreclose a mortgage on tlff't attorney or Immediately
following In
Unknown. '' property thereafter; ,I
LOWER INTEREST HNANCINO WILl M AVAILABlEl Office 782-331 Home 7.2.,." YOU ARE HEREBY /t/Dolph E. Reddish Bradford County otherwise a default will

SOON FOR A LIMITED TUMI. CHOOSE YOUR PLANS AND INEZ .. STARLING,Associate h...78230043BR NOTIFIED that on action Sheriff Bradford County Florida: be entered against you
LOT NOW-WI HAVE OVER ,100 BUIIDINO SITES IN- | Florida. 11/39 Commence at the for the relief demandedIn
for Adoption hoi, been 4lchg ji
CHIDING : Fr, 8 3 Ac $63,000 Southwest corner of told the Complaint or '..ta.lion.
ITA.K" 48R, FR. I Ac $37.000. filed and you ore re- 12/30. Section Ten ((10)). and run .
LOOK I I
38R, Stucco! Ac $39.900 WITNESS hand and
RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL -, spacious, reasonable, I Igreat 2 BR. 1 Bo, home on lot In my ,
IBR CB. 1.3 Ac $30.000. tho teal 1 of this Court on
location' 2 BR block' -w/w carpet-Franklin. fireplace.' | city. Only $6000.00. December S. 1979.
stove, ,... $ '.OOO with terms. Perfect rental' property. l )
"" H/l34tehg 1/3.
Zoned BP. Small Acreage for'Homes "" i

B Trailers. Low Pn. Fay, "-.. I ,
1 1 acre 1 up, en Bayless Highway $3,500 B up-ownerU
financed' with 10% down.
3BR 3Ba CB. CH/A FPI. Fm 10 Ac., Shade $30.000 REALESTATE
i Rm. 1,800 sq. ft. on 3 Ac. 20 Ac. Pasture S4O.OOO 1
Lots In .... I
.roetrlcted.to hemet $2.SOO-$3,000 ft $ .IOO $94,000. 10 Ac. Fenced $18,000 .- .
I owner financed with 29% dawn.jp j ,.
f v
*0 tl." -!e,,..- wir- -* &AIL acreage 10%. la 20% _4.D.aKA.4w 1IIQR Atn J.iJa1A., 445Ir4ddr's Ui .blUtltri .1 U|,
"n' 'It' 3BIV3 Ba. CB, CH/A"1.30 Down. 10% Int. with 3
3 down.acres ft u .. lowteyAre. $ .000 per ecre-10% to 12% : Ac. Shady $...soo, to 19 yr. to pay .. ..yr.,

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| ON SR 230E COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES., I rutiUe/JD16
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V.ry neat Yen 3 BR frame homo on 1 aero with carport 'REAL TV Ds4lsa1fl k REALTY

and Ig. utility bldg. 26000.,, IJ Ifr21 Real Estate '- .J F103UUWD '\: .....

REALTY ...
KINGSLEY LAKE! \ PHONE ''-C.7776.

Brick duplex with 9ft ften water $86,800.x 964-7828 988 N, Temple IMS N.Temple Ave; Phone 964-7700 TERWIUtGAR CIC.LlA

) FHA-VAft Conv. Financing AvellebleCOMMSRaAl 393 N. Tempi Avenue 205 N.,, Temple Starke ,.
STRAWBERRY ACRESi '

Country I.t... Larg. 2-tory modern Cope Cod on 14 New Listings/ ft',INCOME PROPERTY WIRE PEOPLE. TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

beautiful fenced and crest fenced cr... 2BR IB, L'. DR. FR, .r....., on opp.... 2 oc..., off Mint Storage ))8 unite, 600... ft. office spec, with extra Good Investment good .5

SR UWest, good buyl lot. price, going selvegebusiness. SPECIALNO

LAWTEYi '. .Versetlle-bulldUgs/ en Hwy 301 N with ever 10V frontog .. Call ui for Info. DOWN PAYMENT VETERANS N.w'OJ ..."Iort 1 j'Fe. <

6 beautiful acrei with 90 pecan trees, large from. home 2BR IB FR, LR, DR. CB construction, m town very *, with office spec. _. 3 H 2 I $28,000 ALSO 2 kernes Rd. SOB fail I

In good condition and 3 rental to help m.... payment,. nice, reasonably priced. Washington. Si. lot with building' ft chain link ,T. settle, on estate. 2 lots ((1) S Bf 3 I Hke new on one acre $3f.000; ((2) itttBf i.

Only $69,000 with owner financing.: fence-$16.000. older h...... Handyman $ i*}. ft. like new en one acre IH.SOO.

lake Butler, 2 '.. IB, LI. DR, CH/A, tarn ap Hwy. 301 N eppro 3 acre with CB borne owner financed. special. .
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7 acrei well pump septic and light,polo reedy for p,,_... CB construction. 412 Wesmwrefand.. let with frees house n.*direnslve >

mobile homo $19,300 with forma. Mobil Hem Perk- for puce bedroom... 1% both on 2 renevaMen $12,900 Corn.

lowtey, 2BR, IB?, greet room 'H/A. patio, fence, 100' x 200 lot Hwy SOl) North .c,... best location{ 3,000 JUST RIGHT Ira';" '.. Rd. Fern o7opprox. 16 atrf, t
3 rentals' on nlc.-;.... let. Includes 2.. frame house.34x94 approx. 1 acre lot, almost, new, Very nice I I3BR down. .ll fenced si cressfenced. trtutlng S pastures end a

doublewlde' MH ((3 BR !'/. Bo)"B 12x60 MH ((3 BR I ACREAGE .large .errfen ore. The barn ft capeofe feed ..qvon' '", )",

..) monthly Income $4SO--$46,000. IB, LR, DR FR, CH/A. gerege on SR227 onapprex. Hwy lOOW-Beoutlful ecret; only$1.000. per ecre, very 4 bedroom, English. Tudor ", ........ plus 3 hi... .,..,.. end $ether "obl..
4 acres. good term walking'' distance to town. for_II.,_/..../.. ,It. small spring end creek on Iho

BROOKER AREAl .'9 acres pasture land high ft dry. terms ......" wn_. I Wet .'... ffewi with wafer at eltimes.. On tfce read

beautiful ocret with "Handy-man Special" how... Graham area. I and 2 acre lots on graded .read terms .10 erne pasture land.,high ft dry term*. broker-owner. 3 .bedroom blk. with oeer "' creek there li m mobile home site which

available. i .80 acres, Marlon County Owner. financed. ..,.rot. I bedroom .both, avid *e onetfier seorce of/roc_.. The Ocala block' 3

MANY. MANY OTHERSf .9 acres, Hwy 239. good lead In PO..u,.. 2.700 per acre..2'A apartment, 'much living eeVeem (tome wqh central bed 41 air he. torptllng .

DON'T__ _BE. SORRY YOU WON'T__ CAllf Saratoga Height 3 II. 28. LR, FR. Fireplace, Kitchen- acre. Grips Loop. $ .000 with well. owner financed. spece Saratoga Height. end ,.,.... . .home S ." ,.,.... 16 acres 164.00,00

3 Dining comb. .2% eere Hamptonero.. Include .woI,. leptK light ,
Office Haunt Mon.-Fri. 9 am to 9 pm.Set. '
'.12.1...... Sun. by Appointment. ', pole,to"" .. 'd l' Evenings) fleet tell NIW LISTINGS (
lake Butler Investment opportunity. 3 rental$ unit plus ;. Vernle f. Odom, Broken HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT Fin* old home SSi N.
EVENINGS land. HOMES 0.,. Pflen*9648476Peer Cherry St. residence .. let* Mrs. Carrie .ltch 3ttorystructure i

RalpJiP Bryan RealtorDouajat .3 BR. t Beth CB with workshop ft rental, cortege or will ) Andrews '.....n"I built In the 1810s of curly ,1_. Total *"0 iq ft.

964-620 Lillian. C PeBrokerSeles ".. 28, Brick outside city ... '100x300 N. let, CH/A. neet sell ....,...,y. OWNER FINANCED. LOW DOWN PAY. L. 0. Dell 964-7991 Including' porches. -12 rooms 2Vt both -6 beautiful loll,

.. o pin SR 230 eest.BR. r MINT. {1? i owner financed. 8 fI.n", !....
Wayn. ft Off lee Manager | Mobile Homo en 1 are, $12,900. Termt. 404 N. CHERRY Income producing. 2-tlory ham l.rn..l.

ales men 94-UII .. 3 I. IR, FR, DR, Breakfast. room, CH/A-l.v.1y home, I .3 Itod.-.... I both o* t acre nice tree,17100. T....... od 3699 so,. ft. plus porchet. featuring I large apt
961/taker..65Devld < ', ', .3 BR. 1 Beth on city lot, kneed, 13900. /sow 1 .,,...Ir. B I .Urge apt. downstairs owner flnonced

Vicki PowellAssociate 80 acre, mostly cleared. ,.vo4 read f.-t;.... Union I 3Vi, acre 2 BR I Beth. a ",100. FOR RINTi 3 BR 2 B House. $JW/m*.
Dyel Judo Moody County between Ralford and Lake Butler I Mobile .homo 12(69. 2 M 2 both. with 3 outbuilding' ft
Alto rte Associate. nice screen porch en rental lot or could buy lot else. SMALL TOWN REAL ISTATlIAIO.'ih,

16 1229 944-8413 964-6843 f Very nko 2 BR, !.. CI.'.n peved rood,. central hoot and .10 acre with 3 BR. 2 Bath, C/B ........ CH4A. chain link House M....1fuI1"-d.{ Rd. 3 BR 2 B CHA. 9
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elr, Crystal' lake home .It... fenced yard, many frvM tree, several pecen. fenced ftcrossfenced 13 prim* ecres B 3 BR 31 CHtA rd. 22S $63.800.Beit I
pet_. 2 smell. ...... Term*. O 1 nelghberheoi 1301 Sewing 3 BR I B OUA. 1

'%, ac,.. of lend off Poriyth Rod no Improvement, .Sovtttgete-lBR, I Both, family ....../ c.".$. A/C unit .4 M 2 B brick 18 acre! Rd. I2S Horn with away ..'M'.
FOR OUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS \ good led nice' 'corner lot $2'''''. Term LOTS FOR SALE .New 3 BR 2 B M* legion. Tear c. law $38.000. '

.3 BR. 1 ...... CB, ctoait ft ..*...2..000.'C/HftA w/w .Concrete Block a* I nero Rd' 16W $24.000.
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IN B ADFORD COUNTY GALL I P... to build your horn lot 4 Butler Court $",. .
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3BR, 11. from., very nice, 2 from* out buildings"' ovbleCB carpet esiellantame .
tho 1 ....
garog recently built CB efflc with AC on 1.7 Acres 'H......... 3 BR. I Beth en 3 ecre with fish. ,._129.900. among large tket .House R 3 ecres.. Rd. 13$ born fenced $'''.too. '

BILL POWELL outside, city.OMMERCIAl30. Hwy 223. stone xterlor, ..k., 2 8R, I Beth with 4 acre shade this .lovely property, tWewttful I brick duplex. 617 Epperee specious $43,900:
under cultivation bent end forego comb.. fenced.Klngtley Beautiful. 'M, acre let I ll convenient BeovtMvl.. near Country Club 2Wr.l34' $5500 on. 330CenfertoM : ,

north with Building.BR lake area, ] ... 4 bedreem.J both,2.1.) to In,schools andhepplug .. "hem pretty ground 1308 Pratt.
ESTATE .
mutREAL .lovely. lendtcapad yerrf.. KeystoneHeight 13 acres $17.800.lnvestment4 '

118 N.W 964-6464 24 h... ',A,.. IR. DR. Urge laundry room. forego. CHI A.on .4 BR. '%,.. Breaker tire.. IVt" acre, let with .nice tree. !. -.' rentals Cell ft Bey 51$99.000. )
3 ecro..lmost a.w.ad 3* ocret-neet hem en Rd. 16 Will dlvM.
tootles, off SR 16. HOMSirrU ". advantage tin 1 Imemt .Cemmorclel lot next to TerwIUeger'. Realty $30.000.

Housest3BR.2B. . . 40 ec;.. off Morf... Rood.Hampton Crosby .Lake restricted "hemesltes. broker-owner.. ".". !,sna* ... thus OWNER FINAMCIPlMl
...... elum. tiding . .. $17.000 I Denser let In quiet tttin. .
LARGE % Bradford
4Ir, 2B one, close.. . . . . . .J7,000 ..93 wee $3,008. 39 i withY ....... /II email bldg ecr* next Motel' 'I
; lake Beautiful large hem with 3 ... 38 LR 2 lots In city pevee1 Mreet.. ; $$.900, excellent $orIn!. buMdlng trlrad.. for electricity 1 M sues prim commercM-SOIM-ls. ) A sock side. 391

Business I with fIropI_. DR .... P..... ....., CH/A, lovely .... /FOR end deep r well lisltut4 ..Ore 13 ** property *cr e* from HoIIdey.NN. Versatile
ft Rd.
RENT acres 30t Merge 39000.

Convent.. c. .to,. and.md equipment. ,Inventory..,,',.k-. .,. .....000 ice hens .b* city. Ll. DR, FR, 3 BR, IV B CH/A ,...*, IBR Apt. Vr; on this property.ENERGY .......... Oek Lot 12..17...-'...., tree*.
Used fur bldg J300renter \
lure. : pry'. tor.. earner .... 2 BR Apt. Mi ..... *cret on OrDfl Le ttmbor- $19.800.
Reduced to. $27400 '
and SAVING
'12 CB
bldg trl {
Can .qpIld. 1
Day 2 BR Hem*. 5S Wore ft eptt. en tj1-J7.IOO.. leek.... ever| \
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A *oclat.it EY.ningand Wokn I -v'. kerns '-oto4 TOOtT "*. ft. CB bldg. ... ... 16E. Greet. pelentlef.Best d

.. let '., p' p.r; H. Pnrlkner Reeiter. ,o..tty sloping high end '.... .. Bettoet Rd.-BM lot wndef ,
/ M.OOO
e.38 acr< wn.rfinaC .'..;;4.. .oi Sue**) M.FeulfciierReelterEveftbtM.9649068' 3 Country Cub let, I acre -'t.IiOtO.'t.
1.99 aanSO nice !location. . :. . :.. .. .$1408 Judith Flynn '& .'3U ed living" ream Is contend .large epmplee 31 $7' .090 good cash flaw.lk .
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Ann Godwin .. 9M5159Patty ;. ,' witherg.. brl.kflr.plet.$11,10g. $t. Ocel Mack hem-tre c-l27.SaO. C vselpt. !
.. and pole owner .
well.T.
wet front. . . . .power. . . $7CIOC Silcox 9i4- 57t REALTOR ASSOCIATES .' CeU St. stmmerclel lot 1tXr 1,y4.,9W A .......'. i
i John Lan ford'" 49-M14"' 'Iron. ....lk_.........1..2 Cell St. cemmercM M 23S' &'.$",*oO. Busy corner, I'
Wilt luaU"2 brick hem
CLAUS Vea M.8..ttle-lv. 9648f44Jwll .Hem. (cainu.&ol 0) rental M 4fwi sU..oa,
cottage
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William Canon ......... .,...
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.3 bvfldl. Call $ .. ....., .
Mary Hamilton, 764.4233CWO I' I.Gulls Ev*.964-7489, en t.- Us* lm g) icllon) I I'
Lore Canon eooaea let..Mashdgare.e .
964-1704 I
(R.t.)Dam DeSonMogo. 964-9379 t ; ,, Realtor AlIMIcItoI ,
Lucille) ) 9o4-t420 WI DO'APPMAISAU privacy Mert* Derk After New $ E I
964-7279 Spry. | |
Robert A.McRae. I foM*. . . $43400. at1yKAl w
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'. .Community Hews j-e BROOKER INQREF' : ,

by EUiabetM G.Walker at 7:30. Wednesday all circle will "
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ph...W/-1i67 Sunday School only Sunday. FrIday meet. McKay's Circle will meet at the Jeanette Prescott fiend.
home of Mrs. Leola McCutcben, Blye phone 4SVIT1SBrooker .Dta
Dec. :21, there will be a church:
Dell Chapter lit OES. meeting 7:30 p.m.All members Circle will meet at Mrs. Lola Lcn- Residents Out of Water While there they vWledUMr mother
The monthly) meeting of Dell asked to attend. non's, Lee's Circle will meet at Ms. Recently residents\ of Brooker had a Mrs. Nellie Prtagle. She bd
Chapter 168 a.4| be held Thursday, Janice Nichols. Thursday 7:30 p.m. small upset. Around i p.m. a weed celebrated her 86th birthday Nov. 13.
Dec. 13,at 7:30: p.m. All members are Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Christmas rehearsal Friday 6:30 the cutter hit a fire hydrant In Shady They visited their sisters Emma.Mr.
,asked attend. Christmas rehearsal' is held each Junior Choir and Junior Ushers will Oaks Subdivision: Parts of Brooker ft Mrs. Elton Watson and Ellen Mr.
'Anniversary. Monday and Friday at 9 p.m.All Sun- rehearse. The Junior Ushers will sell were without water until about 10 *, Mrs. Alton Nichols: and their
Francis Chapter 10t0, the Nth anniversary day School students are invited to .pies. a.m. the next day. Workers finally daughter, Kitty Johnson It daughter
Thanksgiving! service of St. cooperate very' Saturday at 11 a.m. lurieraf services found a valve to turn off the affectedarea. Teresa. Out from Plant City they
John Evangelist Order of Eastern nlprnkbnpentertainigo 'for Mr Sam Williams. will beheld The line was repaired and visited their cousins. Mrs. Ruby
Star of Florida will have its celebration ed for your entertainment. The at the church. everything was back to normal. Williams Her son Broward and his
Sunday Dec. 23. at 4:30: p.m. at Christmas program will be presented Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning son Jason visited while they were
Philadelphia Baptist Church at Dec. 23 at 6 p.m. Worship a.m.Tiny Tots rehearse at EiITiJ New River Baptist Church: there. They visited and had supper
Lawtey. The public is Invited. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning 4 p.m. Evening Worship p.m. The New River Baptist Church with their cousins Carl & Mary
Worship Lovefeast 11 a.m. Ail Ebeieaer Baptist' Church: There choir will present a Christmas Cantata Bailey ana saw their daughter, Barbara
ChMrch Activities. members are asked to attend Rev. will be a Talent Show Friday. ,Dec. 14. "Love Transcending", by JohnW. Kent, and her sons, Chris Matthew
Pleasant Grove Ifelted Methodist Zanders .is asking the members to at 7:30 p.m.All members..asked to Peterson, Sunday night, Dec. 23. Mark (twins),and Bill. They
Church: Rehearsal' for the Young plan with him for the conferenceyear. cooperate with the activity Pfc Marty ChaoUIn Everyone Is invited. also visited other cousins,D.R. ft Betty
Adult Choir is held each Monday at 6 The help of everyone'Is needed. Free Canaan True Church: of(".oct.. Honored by Marine Corps Personals Minion In Lakeland.GospelSing.

p.m.Sunday School 10 a.m.LovefeastSunday Chared: of God In Chrltti Tuesday 7 Unity: Monday, 7:3Q: p.m. Prayer PFC Marty D.Chastain was recently Mrs. Mamie Stalnaker enjoyed having
3 p.m. Bible Band. Friday 7:30: p.m. Band. Tuesday 6 p.m. Choir all her children home for
p.m. honored by the U.S. Marine Corps supper
rehearses. Wednesday, Tarrying Ser .
Mi. Morlah United Methodist
Prayer and Pastoral Teaching Satur- at the Graduation Ceremony for recently. Visiting were her daughter
Church: Sunday School only Sunday. day 5p.m.. the Adult Choir vice. Friday church service. Sunday recruits at Parris Island. A.B. and Juanita Adams andchildren
The United Methodist Women met at rehearses. Sunday School 9:30: a.m.Morning 10 a.m. Sunday School, Morning Service .- Cbastain, who 'graduated from Bobby & Ginger of Brooker, In Lake CityThe
4 p.m. Monday. The Christmas program Worship 11:30 a.m. YPWW 11 a.m. Evening Service at 6 p.m.Calvary Bradford High School In June, 1979. and her IOns Wayne and EUerfStalnaker
and tree will be presented Mon 5:30: p.m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Missionary Baptist andwas and Randy and Ronnie of
enlisted in the U.S.Marine Corps,
day, Dec. 24, at 7:30: p.m. Greater Bethlehem. Freewill Baptist Church: Each Thursday 7:30 p.m. sent to the Marine Corps Recruit Houston, Texas, who flew in. Cecil Singing Reps,Pilgrims Quartet
New Bethel Baptist Church: Each Charehs Monday Christmas Prayer Meeting. Sunday 5 p.m. Ser Wade and Sonja Stalnaker of Ft. and The Scriptures will perform
Depot, at Parris Island, the first of
Wednesday at 7:30 Prayer Service. vice. Services are held each first and Saturday, Dec. 15, at 7:30: p.m. in
rehearsal. Tuesday Prayer Meeting third Sunday. September, 1979. Following his first White and David&Sue Stalnaker,and! Tison Auditorium In Lake City. .
Chris of Lake Butler. Thev all en-
week of recruit training be was son
First Born Church of the Living and being together.Mr. There is no admission charge and
visiting
I St. Edwards Church News God: Friday, 6:30: Bible Study, 7:30, selected as one of four squad leaden Joyed. and Mrs. Paul D. Prescott and everyone is welcome to attend
Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 for his platoon, then was further promoted
a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. to the post of guide over the
Altar Society Rachel Allen was Little Bo Peep; Cin 7 four squads. .
YPWW 6. Evening. Worship
Mrs. Claire Brunetti president! dy Samons was Little Miss Muffet; p.m. On the second of November, his : f
presided at the meeting of St.' Ed- Tina Ryder acted as Little Red Riding p.m.Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday Commanding Officer, Lt. Col. G.R. lot Yourself
ward's Altar Society held in the Hood; the Big Bad Wolf was Daniel School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Christmas,. meritoriouslypromotedChastain
parish hall Dec. 4. Ryder; Jeffrey Slegmeister served as a.m..Evening Worship 7 p.m. to Private First Class At < .
Altar Chairman Mrs. Antoinette Captain Hook; Adrienne Welty was the end of the twelve weeks training Go. .
COBS gave instructions on proper care dressed. the Witch; the Three Girlsin period,Chastain was further selected t aTo ,g
of altars Mr.and Mrs.Mike Dazlnskl the Tub Were Cindy, Donna and CARD OP THANKS by his Commanding Officer,Sergeant f '
volunteered to have altar care for Patricia Parado. Major and Senior Drill Instructor for
December. Joe Cissy was the driver of the huge Our many thanks and appreciation the "Leatherneck Award" and as the t
Plans were made for the children' float and was accompanied by Jack to those who rendered so many kind "Outstanding Honor Man! of his Pla .: '.).
Christmas party. and Tony Anderson. Walking beside services to us during the loss of our: toon. At the graduation exercises, on ThePizza .
Mrs. Edna Knepper and Mrs. Jan the float were Richard Pernini Mike. beloved cousin, Loraine Jefferson, on. Nov. 30, PFC'Chastain was honoredby .J',
Powell were welcomed as guests at Dazinski and Richard Welty. Nov. 18,1979. the U.S. Marine Corps, and Hut
the meeting. Mrs. Richard Pernini originatedthe We would like to give special presented with a bronze plaque, and
Those attending brought along theme and made all the costumes recognition to The Starke Fire Dept. certificate of award which reads:
wrapped Christmas gifts to be for the float and The Starke Volunteer Fire Dept. "Marty D.Chastain has distinguishedhimself 'Dee.13th'r
:distributed to the girls at the Mr. Carl Hailo'and Staff and our by graduating as the outstan- Thursday
Volunteers of America home. Installation of Bishop Snyder many relatives friends and ding man of platoon 1077.-His dedication
Christmas goodies of cakes cookies Rev. Father Martin Jung, St. Ed- .neighbors who rendered their supportto enthusiasm, and competitive --------------------------------
and candy were enjoyed during the ward's rastor. represented the us during our hour of bereavement. spirit' are noteworthy, and are In '
:social hour. church al of Bishop Our"prayers God'is'that M continues keeping with the highest standards of I t\\onfO \a To.Tboilomoboand I
John Snyder at the Basilica Cathedralin to Bless each of you. recruit training." I P ita '
Volunteers of America Party St. Augustine on Dec. 5. Mr. ft Mrs. Lee Allen, Sr. PFC Chastain Is the son of Mr. and : \ Intervention I
Members of St. Edward's Altar St. Edward's parishioners attending Route 2, Box 137-A "Mrs. Audley Chastain of Starke; I ti W LtiooNP\EO Program ....
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Society accompanied by the pastor, were Mr and Mrs. Michael Starke, Florida
.Rev. Father Martin Jung honored Brunetti, Mrs. Josephine Cumber Which! Serves Handicapped Children!!!
the girls at the Volunteers of America Mrs. Lester Humphries, Mrs. --__--..-_------------
home with a Christmas party Monday. Richard COM, Mrs.John Samons and New LCI Chapel To'Be'D edicated at 3JP.M. FridayRamon ...
afternoon. Miss Donna Samons.
Society president, Mrs. Claire Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pernini, Dedication. services for the .new Gray, regional director. REGISTER TO WINY
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Brunetti, and Miss JoAnn Fontaine, representing the Diocesan Prayer Chapel and. Religious Educational The new concrete block structure,
led the girls in playing games. Group acted as Official Greeters of building at Lawtey Correctional In- under construction by Inmate labor DOOR PRIZES WITH
Father Jung greeted the girls, and 'the Bishop. stitution will be held at 3 p.m. Fridayat since last January, has a seating ) .
distributed wrapped Christmas Those attending also went to the the location off U.S. southeast. capacity of 400 Rev. James T. Tompkins .
presents to them.Refreshments reception held at the Ponce de Leon of Lawtey. .' Is the cha laln. EACH PIZZA. \! ''PURCHASED
of fruit punch,cakes, Lodge where they bid farewell to Attendmg the ceremony win be James T. Wainwright, superintendent -
cookies and candy were enjoyed by Bishop Paul Tanner who served the Louie L. Wainwright,secretary of the, of LWCI, Invites the public to attend -
,all attending. Diocese of St. Augustine for eleven Department of Corrections and the dedication.
Among those attending were Mrs.D years.
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Mrs. Ruth Meng and Mrs. Dolores .

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St.Edward's Christmas Float ,I :
First place was awarded by the .1111
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ward's Catholic Church for their float 1 If Your ChristinasGift :r/ ;
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entered in the Christmas Parade last .. .
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The theme of the float'FantasySand'.Vlslts 't-;
Bethlehem', was lettered on a 400
massive ribbon colored arch at the .
:head of the float. Centering the float to ..' ..
live Nativity Scene. Surrounding .
was a ;: ,
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this scene were Fantasyland 'fI\\\\ "tsa'..
characters and symbols Including the i' :. .
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9:00: to 8OO: BY "tid
the float were: Rebecca Ryder as STOP

Mary;.. Paul Bawek as Joseph) FREE Gift Wrap .. .l. :
Crystal Allen as an angel; Mark .
Parado as the drummer boy;. Jason U' ABC SEE

Welty Bowen as.as Jack Peter Be Pumpkin Nimble; Eater Jamie Dress & Gift Shop. ,',.'

Jackie' Anderson' as wife of Peter; C) Bradford.Square Shopping( Center I
Pumpkin Eater; Jamie Ryder as ((144t1
Peter Pan; Antony Pernini was Robin '

Hood; Tessa Pernini appeared as (
Maid Marion: Robert Ryder acted as
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r Brooker City Council: wW bold a Bradford County courthouse: concerning car. He also reported that he is now Commission to get materials IwW*?.
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pedal meeting later this month to the planned expansion of the arrangements fire department and some light bulbs
adopt an ordinance for a franchise water system at Brooker. for the city.f;
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on electricity if the supplier. Clay making arrests. He also recommended b .
Electric Cooperative of Keystone Brooker received a ttso.000 loan- and the council agreed,to put a fire
Height with the plan. grant from the Farmer'. Home Administration extinguisher and first aid kit in the -Council member Gene Melvin

,- -'" The (decision was made during a last March and has been patrol car.: recommended the town be replaced.that several stop" ,signsin ,'
putting the plans for the ; .
.. regular meeting Tuesday nlghtDec. system :
11, at which the town attorney and together and preparing to let bids on '
A leak in the water system was
engineer were not present.The the project. -The council decided to hire the,
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,1 franchise tax would create an caused when a fire hydrant was CETA worker for Brooker and 'pay"
estimated$ ,000 In additional revenue $1)2.000 of the money will be In the broken off by a local mower. The problem him from the town's budget until, the.
for the town council members figure, form of a federal l grant to Brooker was temporarily solved by funds come from the state to start, *
with checks from the tax coming with the town borrowing the other repair work done by council membersC.J. paying him a regular salary. : :
., Stalnaker and A.B. Adams with
I six months.It 143,000 on a 4Q year-five percent in- .
every '
assistance from other council
,.. / terest loan. members. -Councilman Blake Hamilton men-;,.
was agreed by the council that a tioned the bad condition of the roads,:
special meeting be held so the The council also beard recommendations
con ,
the in the town. After thinking about.the ,
Stalnaker offered to repair
tract between the and and In
city electric progress-made getting
situation the council approved funds,
hydrant and finish repairs from the
could be In town
company effect for the situated-from newly appointed
to improve the roads but the ,,
accident and the council agreed to let
beginning of 1980. A date for the marshal Jerry B. Miller owner of a complete
tor give them an estimate to
him make the repairs and give the cIty -
not determined local restaurant.Miller
meeting was and the
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repairs. ,
members will be contacted a bill for the services. '
by City .
Clerk Linda Robinson.A showed the council how bad '!-. '1
the four old police car Urea were and In other action during the meeting: The council agreed to purchase! a::
bond validation hearing Is set for reported on new tires purchased and Agreed to let city Fire Chief copy machine at the request of Clerk' ,.'
1:30: p.m. next Friday Dec. 21, at the front end work: done to the city patrol George Pierce go to the Development Robinson.



Fuel Use to IncreaseCongressman 'i; : :
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Don Fuqua has called: shown a larger increase in consumption -
for acceleration of the nation's synthetic than In production, a situation ,..\0 : : .
fuels program to achieve Independence which has created a consistently t .\ S"t -:
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from foreign oil over larger gap between what we used and O' :
which the United States has neither what we produced" Fuqua said. 0'-tJ "t
economic nor logistical control. "This has led' to the serious oil o
M "The fact Is that our current energy dependency which now threatens both
w* situation Is grave and leaves us ex- our economic stability and our national
tremely vulnerable to both the security"
political and economic vagaries of the Fuqua said the nation's
Hurt OPEC nations" Fuqua told the an- "responsible energy choices for the
It Doesn't nual meeting of the Talquln Electric near-term are coal and nuclear power
Cooperative In Quincy. from light water reactors' and
"I feel fine." said Vicki Anderson a. she sits patiently while a pint of blood Is Fuqua, as chairman of the House predicted these two energy sources 9IJA -."
laid she donate much as possible.She was one of approximately
taken.Ms.Andrews as Committee on Science and with increasing contributions from j
50 donor who gave to the Clvltan Regional Bloodmobile Monday afternoon Technology Is an acknowledged ex- other alternative, sources will :
In Starke.The Bloodmobile visit Starke every two months and tours a five- pert in the ;fields of energy research become Increasingly Important to our or ;:; ;

countyarea. development and demonstration. citizens over the next several years.
If everybody that promised to donate had shown up, 65 pints of blood would Fuqua outlined steps the Committee J 'j f1.,0 I fSf : '
have been donated making Monday the biggest day for donors In Starke The on Science and Technology has ,if h
blood can be credited to the Starke Chamber of Commerce account and anyone taken since before the Arab oil em- &' ;Jir .....
donating becomes a member of the group\ and Is elegible to have blood donated bargo of 1973 which have positionedthe '.
when necessary or an account can be started In a different named. nation's synthetic fuel industry in Starke Nur.ing Home J'rs9 Snrla.fn { r It f
Bloodmobile staffers said It was a good day. and that they needed more blood reasonable shape to bring productionof ,
than usual to get them through the holidays. their products on line over the next Christmas Party Hosted '. ,

several years some as early as this Girl / I
By ScouU;LibraryFaces .
year. Referring to continuing In- ; flsg
Blood Donors Get the NeedleA creases of American consumption of + .c co
petroleum products even after the oil glowed with the spirit of .
embargo showed how dangerously Christmas at the Starke Nursing :-;
puncture mark in the arm could great." Patton said as she preparedJim dependent the U.S. is on foreign Home when the Bradford County ,'?..: !
mean you're hooked on drugs, or it Bloodworth's arm for the needle. sources Fuqua said the nation must Library and 12 girl scout troops '):'... ;
could mean you donated a pint of The pain is usually minimal and learn to conserve its energy until presented a Christmas program .... '.: .:.. .
blood recently. after effects are slight said Brown. alternative sources become availablein Tuesday, Dec. 11. ,', l.

Giving a pint of your blood may not "We have an occasional pass out-" greater quantities. _.H..__......_...._....__.... :....._..._. ..... ........ .........._ ..........,.:?. ',. '.
but for several however it's usually a mental thing. "From 1950 until 1977 we have t 9'1Lee's
always painless, Girl Scout 9 520 60S '
Troops 614, Outlet ....., .
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The Civitan Regional Bloodmobilewas BRADFORD 1UG115DECEMBER <:Hoot LUNCH MENU 311,325,461,683 and 690 participated. .' : :::' ;
in Starke Monday afternoon on 17 U ru DECEMBER 19 HOURS (Located) Next To Koch Drug Stor) '
Ita regular blood drive and the The ,scouts, residents; find 'staff 1\\ S \ '!4\ .. \ ;":;,1 >
response according to John Brown sang Christmas carols ThlYilmsUp,' e.PA1 150 \VCall, :St. '. ':;. tIatarke'Fla': :" -
was "as usual, great." REGULAR A.LACARTEECElIHER A Christmas Carol was shown. )
Brown said the bloodmobile comesto .,. .. .._.. ,N ..';.. c.'.,..'. ,.
Bradford County about every two MONDAY, D 17
or three months in its fivecountyrange. Spaghetti French FriesHamburgers .

Tossed Salad .
About 50 people came in to donate French Bread Pizza 7 .
blood and several said they do It as Peach Cobbler Milkshakes Niew.Back Door Lounge ; << n<
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often as possible. Milk
Technician Susie White explainedwho TUESDAY''ECfl\J EI\ 18 b
can and cannot donate blood- Chili Con Came French FriesCheeseburgers Hwy 301 South .: :.
donors have to be 17 years old, have Crackers I
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no medical history of cancer Garden Salad PizzaMilkshakes ,,,,, ,.::.,. '. :
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hepatitus tuberculosis and severalother Cookies .
viruses and diseases. Those Pear Half Now Taking Reservations 'J..I..I c..I \
weighing between 100 and 110 poundscan Milk (
donate however less than a pintis WEDNESDAYTurkeyDressingGravy ,,DECEMBER .
For Christmas & : :
taken.If French FriesHamburgers ::
a donor has taken aspirin within Cranberry Sauce "
the past five days the blood cannot be Green Beans Pizza New Years Eve '-1: .
used on infant under five years old. Mashed PotatoesHot MilkshakesDecember
Ms. White said She also noted that RollsChristmas
blood type 0 negative is a universal Cake Open Till 4 A.M. :. ;
blood-that is, it can be used by Milk '
Years Eve t .
On New
everyone. The rarest type Is A-B CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY::S. 20-January 1 r"' ..
negative she said )

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must be refrigerated Christmas BreakDANCE
Donors must wait eight weeks : !
before they can donate again and :
women usually take longer to build up f l
red blood cells said technician Janet : I
Patton. ., Wed. Night, Dec 19 *10 Per Couple JJ};, !1' :
"I 1 love coming to Starke--the 1" .

response we get here Is always Rock N' Roll To The Sounds Of ,_ :% .' :

Santa Fe Sets SMOKER Happy (Hour All Day"Monday For Your Entertainment .

Registrationi Starke National Open At Guard 8:00 P.M.ArmoryDoors Open Till 2 A.M. Monday I "The Younger Brothers Ban t.:. _I
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.LadlesNlghtThurad6 Price Throughout Holiday Season: :
Starts At 8:30. "
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Santa Fe Community College will be 1
held again Tuesday. Dec. 18 from 6 to '. I
8 p.m. in the Santa Fe office at the .
Bradford High School.
The registration session Is being Welcome ,
held again because of inclement : '. +
weather on Dec. 6. the original e i"s
registration date. t

Students may register for the 16 .
courses offered in Starke as well as I
those offered at the main campus in NuWaves _
Gainesville. No appointment Is
necessary.The .

Winter Term runs from
January 9 to April 18. .

According to Dr. Bernie McFadden.this To Starke ,

is the largest and most varied .. I
schedule ever offered In Starke. In ad- r I
ditlon ,,to a large number of eveing .
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classes I Including classes for the first We Are Proud To Have Been Your Builder :;.

time on Friday evening), there Is also ', J
a morning humanities class Major
I the Twentieth Century)

on Monday and Wednesday from Custom Construction :'
10:30: a.m. to 11:43 a.m.and an after
Comer Of Call A Broadway
:' noon course of Aerobic exercises for .
women Wednesday from StoTp.m..

By Harris 'j '

Another offering special interestIs '
i the- in Real Estate Principles You : .
and course Practices"Wednesday and 327W.CaiISt. e84. S33 ., Let Us Build For .

Friday evening from 6 to 8:45: p.m.).
.which Is required for a Florida Real "A Division Of Bob Harris* 10l" : '
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Estate salesman* license. .
I For more information stop by the Affordable Homes" J.J' -
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from 8 to 4)) or call 9645382.:
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TALLAHASSEE One out of every f fI'
four motorcycllats killed!In Florida In
1978 was not wearing a helmet as required / '
by law says the Florida .
Highway Patrol. FROM PROFESSIONILSWILLIAMS ;1
Colonel) Eldrlge Beach Patrol
director said "A recent study of ,, '
Florida's fatal 1978 motorcycle
crashes also show that one out of 304 r
fatal crashes which killed 219 motor : ,
cyclists the motorcyclist caused orcontributed JEWELRY
to 73 percent of the ,
crashes. Motorcyclists were listed as
totallythe at fault" in,129 or 61 percent of Corner of Call & Walnut, '
crashes. 100 E. Call St. Old Bank
Other facts brought out In the 964-7064
special study of fatal motorcycle Building
crashes are: li> occurred in urban I The Complete Jewelry Store With .
areas and 85 occurred in rural areas.
The most dangerous months were ,', Thousands Ol Items In Inventory ,il
with 27,December 28,
May October. .' '. '. 'r; ;
21 and July 21.February had the least i '
with five. Saturday and Sunday were .
even with 38 each and Tuesday and CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 4
Thursday had the least with 19 each. > 1 .
The most dangerous hours of the : f .
day were 8:00: p.m. and 12 midnightwith '.., :1c? ,,
:24 and 23 respectfully. There 1/ : !
were none at 5:00: a.m. A total of 169 ; 11 : ;
occurred between 1:00 p.m. and 12 :, '/', Up to 40% Off Diamonds \
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midnight. Fifty percent happened at I I II
intersections, 32 percent on straight ,
roads percent and Involved 19 on a curves.motorcycle Thirty-one only \' Up to 20% Off 14KGold Items I I I
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and the other 69 percent Involved one '. ,.
or more other vehicles. 1'.' to 20%.Off Birthstone ''I'' 'I" I
Up Rings .
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Fifty-six operators did not own the ; ;:. Charney & David Williams ,
motorcycle; however, some of these t

were listed young as being and the their registered parents owner.were i. Up to 10.% Off Many Watches (:: Your Professional Watch & Jewelry

Twenty-five had no driver's license.: ," ,'.. ,I Craftsmen Can Repair Your Watches. .
Twenty-four years was.the average rt" ,

operator age of the was operators.11 and the The oldest youngest was 69. ""i" Many Items Are Original Styles. : f I

Females were listed as the operator ." .., : If You Have a Diamond Or Stone That ; '
only in one of the fatal crashes.Males ." 'J''. : 'I'
were the operators In the other 203. I' You Want In A New Set Thftw. Are The t

Sixty-two Nineteen passengers: of motorcycles of the which passengers 30 were were carrying wore killed.no Beat The High Price People -That t' Can Do It-. -1 I I)

helmet and 11 of these died. (Florida '.
law requires operator and passengers Stop By Today .,
to wear a helmet). Nineteen crashes

killed Thirty-eight on passengers curves motorcycles and only.crashed.lost Forty control Of Gold..Chlck.our pri- es first. 11 3' 11!i

nine miles per hour was the average .
speed in all crashes. Sixty-two miles Make Christmas r
per hour was the average speed of 99% of items old
motorcycles Involved In crashes on our are at: gold prices. I
curves only.Other vehicles which col-
lided with motorcycles had an ')1i + Unforgetable WithA
average speed of 24.6 miles per hour.
One of the more deadly types of Free Engraving .'? ,
crashes was at intersections with
another vehicle turning left in front of Fine Seiko Watch. !
the motorcycle. Thirty-two fatal 1-
crashes occurred in this manner.The .VSfltylJeYQMVj jiv. .,. .
_ 'average crashed,'at speed-Intersection motorcycles was who 42.8 w.n a. ,_ ig!t ,rx_. 'Qlal \ ..' ,.......".,... "Ilt.'I'I : ".,

miles per hour.Weather Only on items bought at Williams Jewelry Give her reason to celebrate. Give her
was not a major factor as .. J.. '1' ',: .._ \
198! crashes occurred on dry roads.
Alcohol was suspected as con Lady Seiko watch. '
A Full Selection Of
tributing to 42 crashes by either the We Have Jewelry ,

motorcycle operator or the other ... t'
vehicle driver.Florida law requires j A Just for Her
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motorcycles to use headlights day I ;
and night; however,there was insufficient J I
information on the reports to Earrings flings J. 3; The Gift That Will Last For A Time
determine if this was a factor in most ., ..... .. : Long Long ;
crashes. Pens Watches ;' ;'
Dade County had the largest '''' 4; <<: r, I Ij
number of fatal motorcycle crashes I
with 20; HiUsborough was next with Pendants :. .1tecklaheB} rtir SEIKO QUARTZ I j;
17 and Broward Orange and Pinellas '''' I : :<. j'
each had 12. Twenty-nine counties f"1 1 Js #T<", ;
had no fatal crashes. Florida had Mothers Rings' : ,:',, ,; f '" FOR MEN
158.013 motorcycles registered In :> t j
1978. Fatal motorcycle crashes were .I 'rI ;
up 19 percent from 1977 ((204 as "' Ir I

against The study 171 In points 1977).out one fact that And Much Much More:. ':,1:':- .

shows up year after year and that is '\ (;1. \ ,
the deadly combination of too much \ '" .;, 1,
speed at intersections and curves. "
Since the above Is a proven fact, tI
motorcyclists should have their
motorcycle under control in order to DIAMONDS
avoid any possible conflict at these M
locations. Having the legal right-of- rI 1 ,I
way at an Intersection is no consolation I :
to a seriously injured rider or his j
surviving family when a little A FOREVER GlDIAMOND .. !
prudence may have prevented the ; t
crash. 1 1I
*.Colonel Beach concluded by saying, I I
These statistics were compiled from TZi ;
accident reports mailed to this ,: : -
department from all law enforcement IhL q
agencies in Florida and while It is not '
an in-depth study we feel that this information 0" .
may be of some use by people >> ,
interested In motorcycle safety." f .. ,
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: cars were Involved in an early
Friday on CR-le,
accident
morning
five miles west of Starke. in which % 1.. ;. .j ,.
there were no Injuries. J
:Thomas Milton Jr.. 18, of 025 N. DIAMOND RINQ l '
Temple Ave., was following another .w t
vehicle'drivenby Jack H. Hewett
'also of Starke, when he ran into the ,%
back of Hewitt's Ford.
:Estimated damage to Milton __
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without a Over's licence and Smith BRACELET t\\\4
was charged with careless driving.

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August Property Transaction Total $1.4 Million in, County. ?.

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i I'.-perty transactions totaled CbarIes A. and Bernice P. Baldreeto Donald L and 1 PN__ ttJM.1"- 6 ward M. aDd Resell. Knot, a pedal Mu r a par'" fill.............V. Lots 29 and 23, Block 5, Santa re
:a>,764 in August In Bradford Cow David S. and Tammy L. BaMree a ,and 7, Block TTTemp Addklodur. c- the NW K of Section I, Township 6 01 tbi and"h t t tfIoe SW" 011 Shores %SGO.
according to deeds filed in the parcel of land In the SW M of Section Uon 28, Township r South Range Z2 South Range 22 East $3,000. NE V.4 of Section,Township South, Arthur N. and Joan II. Greenberg
".iity clerk's office. 25. Township 7 South Range 22 East, East 1500. : Walter J. and Mildred F. Frick to Rang 21 But $33.000.. to W.C. Emery Melrose, Lot 11,
< trgeat transaction recorded In $100. Raymond G. and Lorene'1'O.: Van C. and Cordelia L. McCrary, Lot Warren W. and Sue W. WInkler to Geneva Lake Estates S7.700.
rust was the sale of the Temple Ernest J. and Juanita Greene to Baldwin, Miami to Guy B. O'Roark. 1, Block 1 of W. Pine Subdivision Affordable Home of Florida, Inc., Arthur E. and James E. Powell to
tai on north Temple Avenue Mary Ellen Harrell and Cecil El Paso. Tex., SE corner of NE % of 'II.500. Lot S of Block ll in White Acre, $3,000. Keystone Builders Inc., Keystone,
.fitly" acrou the street from the Stalnaker. a parcel of land In the SEV. Section 24, Township South Range Gerald Grlffl Construction, Inc. to Lucille and Charles'Beemer Spry to Lot 21, Block 15 Keystone Club
Into courthouse. The motel was of SE K, Section I'. Township 7 22 East, $100. Melton J. and Gwen B, Griffin, Lot 2, Clifton Eugene and Carolyn Folsom, Estates, Unit 1, 4000.
ittnl by Bhupat II. and Nirmala B. South. Range 22 East $38,500. Norman and Marilyn H.lUv..Jr. Parkwood Subdivision $27,000. Iota 1,2.3, Block: 24, Simon J. Temple Arthur E. and James E. Powell to
iel| I from Anthony Zielinski. The William P. and Marlon E. Wheelus to Mary Louise Nette Melrose, Lot 19 Virgil F. and Janle R. Helken. H, to Add.. $59,500.George'a Keystone Builders, Inc., Keystone
,.j was dated In April of this year to Tommy C. and Barbara L. Mann- of Seminole Ridge Unite No. 6, Frank W. and Ann Messier Lota 13 Properties, Ltd., to Affordable Lot 16, Block IS, Keystone Club
..1 was recorded in August.vcond Ing, the SW corner of the SE V4 of the 63000. and 14, Block 18, Livingston, Section Home of Fla., Inc., a portion of Estates, Unit 1, $4 000. ,
largest sale of the month SW % of the SW V, of Section 12, L. Dean and Betty L. Cassels to 28, Township South Range 22 East the NE V4 of the NW V of Section 6, S. Bland and 3oan A. Ware, to
the Branding Iron Restaurant at Township 8 South Range 22 East, Michael O. and Deboral) S. Woodfin,E $25,000., Township 6 South Range 22 EAst, Thomas E. and L. Allen Brew
I mi Temple Avenue and Pratt $100. H of Lot 60 of Woodlawn Subdivision Barbara Jean Murrow to Thomas $3,500. Potomac!. Md., Lot 9, Geneva PointEstates
ei t in Starke which was purchased A.C. and Gloria G. Boree to First $100. Allen Murrow. the SE '4 of the SW V4 Irene Hudson to .Queen. Esther $72,500.
K.nutie Newman for $150,000 from Federal Savings and Loan Association Affordable Homes of Fla., Inc. to of the NE V* ot Section 14. Township 6' and Caroline R. Nugent,Jr.. L. Dean and Betty L. Cassels to'
inding: Iron, Inc. of Putnam County, Palatka, Lot William N. and JoAnn Addison, Lot 7, South Range 21 East $100. of Lots 5 and 7 of Block 24 of theAd- Melba O. Williams, a part of the E Mi
'i ices are figured from documeni.ix 23, Seminole Ridge Unit S, 19400. Block 9 of Lincoln Willie City 38500. James T. and Elaine R. Starling to dition In Section 28,Township South. of Lot 60,Woodlawn Subdivision Sec
.t&mpsa"lxed to deeds filed Stephen A. and Linda S. Cubbedge George H. and Jean Glee to Louin and Cleo Redding Lot 5 of Range 22 East $7,500. tion 31, Township 5 South, Range 22
h>;.' office of the county clerk to Ruth Merlie. Lot 8, Block 2, The Dolph E. Reddish, the 2 Vi of NW y. of Sampson Lake Shores Unit 1 In Section Carlton S. Whitehead to Marcia J, East, $100.Longshamp.
.1,1 transactions were made up of Alvin Pledger and Minnie Lee South Range 21 East, $20,000. East $100.Cynthia. AddItion. 28200. and Mildred F. Frick Lot 38,
''J'v. small sales. Sales recorded In Johns to William B. and Thelma M. Albert N. and Muriel S. Manning to L. Schmitt, to CarroU C Ethel b. ReddIsh Leon Parkwood Subdivision, 34500.
,:\1..1 include: Woods Hampton, a parcel of land In Richard A. and Ethel M. Fuller, a Catherine W.'Smith to William D. Robert E. Trautweln, Count Chester Clements and T.J,
the SW V4 of Section 29, Township 7 parcel of land in W 3/4 of NW V4 of l SWV4 Went:&. Lot 2, Block 1, Nichols Acres, lion 23. Township 5 South Range 22 Sheridan. Jr., to A.C. and Juanita
.inuel L. Sprouse and Linda D. South, Range 22 East 1500. of Section 27, Township 6 South $16,000. East $3,000.Wilma Carter Lots 8 and 9 of Block 8,Section
(case to Pollution-Solutions Inc. of William B.and Thelma M. Woods to Range 22 East, 141,000. Ellen Tlsdale to Robert L. and S. Cox to George G. and 28, Township 6 South, Range 22,
(tor's Inlet, Lot 24, Block A ofress William J. and Joan L. Woods a Arthur Bruno to Diane C. Bruno, aparcel Beatrice Scott and Jimmie L. and Lucille L. Stieh, the Easterly ISO ft of ",100.
;> Beach. $26,500. parcel of land in the SW V of Section of land in the NE Vt of NE V4 ofSection Olivia Scott, Lawtey, part of the E SIt Lots 2 and 4, Block 1 of J.M. Johns' Wilbert A. and Helen J. Prevatt
'hloe D. Rivers to Heinz George 30, Township 7 South, Range of the N M of the SE V. of the NW V) of Subdivision $100. Hampton, Bernice R. Holmes Lake
1 Betty J. S anger, Middleburg. the 29, Township 7 South, Range 22 East 22 East in Hampton. $100. Section 25, Township 8 South, Range Robert and Eula B. Nichols, Jr. to Butler, a parcel of land In the NE V at
( .1 30 ft. of Lots 2 and 4 of Block 22. $100. Albert,lot 12.the Block: 2 in Gahagan Sub. 22 East $6,000. Jim Walter Homes Inc., parcel of the NE! % of the NE V of Section 24,
I ,000 Cyril L. and Barbara F. Pickren to Division in NE V. of the SE V4 of Jack M. Courtnay to William J. and land in the S Mi of SE V4 of Sw V4, Sec Township 8 South, Range 22 East,
r ;ii.hn O. Sumner to Jack M. and Thomas R. Edwards and LeRoyce the SE V4 of Section 21, Township 6 Charlotte J.Trigg, Lot 9, Lake Hamp tion 25. Township 5 South,'Range 22 $25,000.
I Ann Foster SW V4 of SW North Range 22 East $100.w.e. Oaks and Pauline Thrift to Robert
''I utyn R. Courtnay W. Roe Covey Hollywood ton 3900. East, $24,250.Keith W.E.
i 1 i Brooks Brown Jacksonville, Sri. of Section 28, Township 5 South and Ruth Powell,Jr.Hawaii to Pedro William J. and Charlotte J.Trigg to E. and Helen R. Petteway to E. ThrIft Melrose, Lots 18 and It of
I ,.-i[ a of Geneva Woods being a Range 21 East $47,000. Interprisea. Inc., Honolulu a Daniel T. and Judy A. Rountree, Timothy L. and Sandra J. Tidwell, Block 2, Santa Fe Shores, $14,000.
i ot the NE 4 of the SWV4 of Sec- Louise Newman to Sidney D. and parcel of land In the SE S'4 of SE V. of
'. Newman of land in section 28, Township I South Range __ ,
.1. Township 8 South, Range 22 Linda A. a parcel w --I
: 500. the NE V4. of SW V4 of Section 12, 22 East 12500. : lI d rn rr II
.III!' P Williams to Community Township 7 South Range 21 East, Dora Allen Frazier to Deverne t ,
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'.- Bank Lot 2 of Block 48, Livi $100. Aaron Lot 5 of Block 15, Lincoln City .SA1 "' ..... : I i ir
,i tun Truby and Company's Sub- Ivan H. and Mildred E. Hazen to 100.Harold t ,t '.: ,:'
,\nn. Section 28, Township 6, Keystone State Bank, the W 100 ft. of W.and Frances D. McDavid
th( i Range 22 East, 1150. Block 6 of Government Lot 3 of to Ted and Catherine House a parcelof i
.1 'St E Flythe to John E. and Lakeside Subdivision $9,000. land In the SE '/4 of Section 12, 'V i ,..._. ..:...
'tti ,ne E. Steele Lawtey, NW cor- William E. and Erica J. Vogeney to Township 9 South, Range 22 East. "

-, : >, NW of Richard Neil and Joanne P. $62,250.
}J' 4 of SE y 4 of V4 sec- Turner .
Township 5S., Range 22, E. Rex Ga., Lot 9 of Country Club John P and Bobbie W Anderegg .',;',,.;,.... "' '',,;'...1.: '

i LI i ':.330 ft.. 6050. Estates, $6,000.Lorene Volusla County, to Robert A. and .. :.().:''" '.iu'ri ?

1 'F jtnd Linda L. Andrews to O. and Raymond G. Laura Virginia Collins Palm Beach, ..... ;(,..,, ; '"* .. ,
>-.> Samuel and Katherine Marie Baldwin, Miami to Raymond G. and Lot 24, Geneva Lake Estates, $3,500. FLORIDA .3 ATEa OM 900 I
iltnark! Brooker a parcel of land Lorene O. Baldwin, Miami, SE corner Ronald H. and Norma L. Cordell, 2
ser 27, Township 6$., Range 20 E, of the NE 1/.4 of Section 24, Township 8 Tulsa Okla., to Norman and MarilynH.
Rivers Jr., Alachua County,Lot 39 II .U '
South 22 East $100. "
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towtt Whitehead to Joel M. and Rebecca McMillan Bacchus and of Seminole Ridge, Unit 6. $100.',. '( sGeorge's '<. )I J ttln: : Jf.3fU?! /: .. .. _

bt rah Hull Jr., Lot 4, Blk. C, Hoalmer Jane McMillan to W.A. Properties, Ltd., to, .Ed- '.) to. 25
lewood. Inc, in Sec. 21, Townships Bryant, Lot 4 and N Mi of Lot E Block .r11 I Ia
l It 22 E, 3100. 2 Wynn's Addition, 14000. -- .
lOge ,. .:.. .. 6'iQ
inilley and Associates Inc., Mark E. and Carolyn Sue Ayers, Illinois ,, _. y ASN j rLf -
.iticsvillc, to Ronald G. and Doris V. to Mae Steege, Keystone ,. '.. ".I!.' :!!! ';1f.t' ; '
hams! a parcel of land in the NE Vtifi. Heights, Lot 7, Block 115. Keystone r r -
.. SE U of Sec 34, Township 6S., Club Estates Unit One 28900. Q-'J' Ir ill
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nf 22 E, 32833. Hazel Carlton to Richard L. and Gr2, '' 1\ tl a-- .'iM lAw w Er asni

land M. Powell to Edward M. Rita M. Crosby Brooker, S Mi of NE '" ,, ) I
o u oil: E''Mi Of SW 1/4 of NW V4. of SE V4. of SE V4 and SE V4 in Section 17. ,
Sec> 23 Township 6 S, Range 22 E, Township 7, South Range 20 East allof ,
IX X) Section 20, Township 7 South, .71'f -
) l-.dward M. Powell to Edward M. Range 20 East also W H of SW V4 of 7 c t 6 War o 7 r.P400A_r- n I I
nri\ Betty Ann Powell, E Mi of SW V. of SW Mi in Section 16, Township 7 South, r-- r -z 1 r /Y Y
'.... ,, Sec 23, Township 6 S., Range Range 20 East, $39,000. I

o K $15,350 Jack M. and Marilyn R. courtnay, t r3s a 525
r'dward F. and Julia W. Rlpplinger W, Roe Covey and J. Brooks Brown, ." .. r '
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Guaranty Federal Savings andI Jacksonville, to Beverly Vernlmo, \ I :

I I I time::,on,Keulat Gainesville, 14800.\ Lot 6, Blk. 3, South Jacksonville Oaks, $1,000.Bradco S Mi Lot 9, Keystone .,V'.1, ,,', ;. ':.....".,,..\ 'iJ.\\Jf" ; : t1: 5k., :; __. j I I

/ohn f) and Robertha S. Snell to Development Corp. to : / .' / 1 i 1231 / n
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, rownship 6, South Range 22 East 1. t .j.--: ".N I) -: .r--.. J.. .YI'w k II
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Hum M and Malvina B. Smith, Lot .$ "-' '" -, '
Parkwood, $2,000. ..... _I )!:/ :r .
Inn K. and Marjorie Hardy to a ,. i\ :-e /M ',' ._,_- ", L. JO"" ". .. I ) I :.

id-el( Companies Financial Corp., -'. 11 .4 1 :.;.y.J', ; 100 '-.-- .I =' "t' .I.g:." '...Jffi. = '..Is...;, II,)
I i of SW >,4 of NE' of Section 10, ; ,: ,": ,, .... .. rJ-.tr: .'Io.- = ,- I T._. i. -< I
I Iri.ihip' 7 South, Range 22 East, "I.. .,. ;;; 7.(y ry rl : ;: -- ;
.npton, $9,800., ... + .'h .l : a ; ,100 : II J :: 7' '
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NW ><.4 ofPNE V4. of Section 29, J L'I "' ,- 7"-l'IIl r j.r..L ,- 1
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.say and Mary Ellen Harrell toM d' y( -' \. _236 r:: = .. rr!_; :) :;. __...tIC. '5.oj.-'-';;' ___-_ ,.' Ccaey IOOA s !L;'4s- ,. -. .
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[1"- by B. Hayes of the SW S 4 of the A-.... r 14 !_j '' y230Ar .- -II41
of Section 20, Township 7 South, -' :.;;.;_f )_::;:-=" _\ I X. r ;, 71"f"=-: 11'1. 'I' $o"" .n. ,,-.: I/O....'.....'".. .,' .... ''' '.' ,:, ,II. '. .:
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.>th Kange22East$13,500. '\ '-- '''' _.<'_; .. ,g ;;;, -' --, -,," ':-- ..-.- :-- [ff. :. W'T; -t "' :;, ; ',-., ... .
i: Emmett and Genevieve B. \ .-, ::" ;= ,. .. .lla., : 'I _. ; :
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tion 6, Township: 6 South Range 22 e. "' .s M. .0,'//-i2 1---'l ..... 1 J. / tl- : ;" .:I ..
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Unit are offering home, 7 .,', o i I \<,1 Ol '' '; I),. ;) .'.' 11.7: '" 'r : \pf-/\' SanfaFi 1 It.
job and education to these
refugees .Is Argentina An ;
estimated '5.000 refugee l, L!';,3'I", '. ;, ,I. .) ''''1t4 .ra.HJ N%, '' ,I-;,P"t, "1" ;)' .. ..." ':, -Lath ? ', ,,+ 1v
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job and the homes they and Sonny Andrews.", ,administer Bradford County farm programs approved r / .:.. h '," [.."' .... ," .. 1 ,,.
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"it./w" UNION Marfacltan girl. vantalMnita( all$ )
'". COUNTY at (1110)(
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Stadia OS p.b -afta.a. at Golf..... CownK Club((4>M) ,
........ at SlADfORO alHa vanity ...katMl(7iM( )

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...,. JV ('iM) rf varaHy( (U kllwll at falarkaNawkany .
af UNION COUNTY bays JV('ISO and vartHy {f') ..........1.1"t
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KIYtTONB vanity I bay at Ie1a, X-Ma ..-., van..* Baldwin. (7tOO) (Dole. ...
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((2,30)) Keystone High
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; 't ". ."\;" \< UNION CO. bop JV(9)). ftrl rarlty' ( > !)) .."vanity((1) at I.k.. Yang.'
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Point Scorer .._ -

'-. llop Jackson, number 23,pumped In 14 points Monday night as the Lady Tor- I
.!.nadoes garnered their lint win, topping" Eas tilde. MVP ,

:..Tracy. llankerson. number 14, watches Jackson's effort. I1 [ !EUt3! MVP Named MVP a.at 1971 Saturday's Keystone banquet High football was i I I

:'.' .:.. Kenny Jennings. ;
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oody's I-Pointer The'Lake R QlonMONItOR i Keystone High School wrapped up its 1979 football season with Its Awards Banquet i
: at the Community Church Saturday night handing out letters and awards to
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season's vanity and JV gridders.
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lit Keystone vanity coach Pete Valentino his assistants Rich King and Bob
Smith and JV mentor Rodney Nelson all got into the award-palsing act after
!Gives BHS Win ..DrOo Co,,. The Union CountyiiilegraP4 Bubba Pratt,a senior linebacker at the University of Florida gave his presentation
.. as guest speaker. The Gator player from Leesburg spoke on the value and
."'" '' worth of playing football as a high schooler and collegian.
TIMES
'i ; .. r The top award for the night given to Keystone High's Most Valuable Player,
r.The B1IS girls basketball team too much for the Bradford High'girls went to junior Kenny Jennings who also won the Most Valuable Back award.
.:defeated the Eastside( Rams 35-34 to basketball team to overcome as they Jennings totaled nearly l.ooo yards in offense on the 2-8 Indian club In 79. rack IF
notch their first victory of the season. lost their second game of the seasonto SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH UNION ing up 730 yards on catches and 250 on the ground. He also intercepted seven
Monday,Dec. 10, ending their second the powerful seventh-ratdd COUNTY TIMES, AND LAKE REGION MONITOR passes from his secondary post. .
;week of the season 1-2. Buchholz Bobcats in a game played in December W1.7 S4tct'.a.' Seniors were given the other varsity awards; Offensive tackle George Payne '
K..Tbe:; Lady Tornadoes lost to Gainesville Thursday night Dec. 6. took the Most Valuable Lineman honor while linebacker Danny Hughes was
.:Buchholz on Thursday Dec. 6 in "We just didn't play ball in the first recognized with the Hatchet Man award- defensive big play man award"according ,
.Gainesville In their first game of the half and Laura Shey really hurt us. to Valentinoand defensive end Mike Graziano was named as the Most
::week. The girls try to even their'record thats what lost the game for us," laidCoach ( Improved
.tonight in the BHS gym Freida Chewning after her Keystone BoostersTo First year payers received their letters second: and third year men got bars,
.!against Palatka at 7:30. Lady Tornadoes lost their second junior varsity, players were given JV letters and the cheerleaders were
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game of the season. recognized at the banquet.
..Bradford 35 a Eastslde 34 Shey pumped in 25 points for the Cite RecordSettersThe

'--Cool Theresa Woody canned the second Bobcats as Buchholz opened its

,seconds of left two to free give throws the Lady with Tor-35 season Easley on led a the winning Tornadoes note.with Janet 17 Keystone Heights High 1973. and Donny Smith 1979. QB Club Closes "Jf 9 With Pell !

nadoes a 35-33 lead and the girls held points of her own. Boosters are preparing recognition Mile-4:43: Tommy Erb 1973.
.on.for their first win of the season The BUS girls took 78 shots from the boards to be placed on the gym walls '440 Relay- 43.1 D. Smith. K.Jennings -
the Eastslde Rams. The field but. could sink only 14 of them, the school's outstanding D. Furlong S. Henkle
against honoring 1979. The Starke Gator Quarterback Club will close out its season with the headline
Rams_called two consecutive timeouts for a dismal 18 percent total from the athletes. 440-32.5. Donny Smith 1979. speaker-first year UK boss Charley Pell-at Its banquet tonight Thursday Dec.
in an attempt to break Woody's floor. Poor foul shooting also contributed They are presently researching the S30, Hurdles40.9, Paul Gonzales 13 at the Golf and Country Club.
:.concentration, but the ploy failed as to the Tornado woes as the school's track and field records and 1978. The$7.50 tickets to the steak dinner and speech affair went like the proverbial
.the senior center sank the girls hit on only 11 of 28, 48 percent have compiled the following list of 880- 10.8. James d
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calmly second Hughes 1975. hotcakes said Club President Gus Kopelousos./ Pell Is the last in a series of 1979
shot from the stripe. in boys records. These names, times 220-23.1. Donny Smith 1979.' Gators coaches administrators, and players to talk Gator football with the i
"The Rama had a chance to tie the The Lady Tornadoes played close and dates will be accepted: as officialschool 2 Mile- 10:30.1: Steve Melton 1977. local club.Cocktail.
.game with 20 seconds to go but the the second half as the Bobcats only records unless older recordscan Mile Relay3:34.1: D. Smith. K. hour starts at 6:30: p.m. with dinner at 8 p.m.
Eastside girl sank only the first of her outscored Bradford by two points be found and validated. If you Jennings S. Henkle. K. Jones 1979.
two free thrown A Lady Ram grabbed 3028. have any old news clipping or scrap- Shot Put49'11';, Mark Bennett
the rebound on the second shot books that will help please call the 1977.
miss but she Immediately) tied up Bradford :1 IS 13: 99uchhoti school athletic department or Booster Discus-: 131'2", Mark Bennett 1977. .

. by the Tornadoes Janet ..Easley.Eastey .., 7 M 11| ,J4.' .. ,..It.. .. President I ,John Harvln. Long Jump- 11'6".. DonnyJSmlth'i .. :..\ .,,',\ .. .. ,' 'traI' :? f.'. ,
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the bait Its the'lasHhree keystone Track Records : .1"'t twp- < Sam Slbiey :
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seconds of the game ticked off. I.dMr4M. Kitodl **.. -.11. ...... 120 High Hurdles15.1, Worry ,'. Vault-10'9",Robin Henderson
The Lady Tornadoes trailed A.-1. I**. Hw_ .!'. Twry ....11. N.Nd,... Cravey 1978. 1974.
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throughout the first quarter and TOTAlli 1111. 100 yard dash10.4, David Hughes Mile Medley Relay- ?.
didn't get the lead until Valerie f
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13 points, hit a 20 foot jumper from THOMAS METALS INC.
the right side, to put BHS up 14-13, ,
with 5:49 to go in the first half. 19 Locals HonoredAs All-Area Griddersand I
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: half to put the Tornado girls up 18-17 Gainesville Sun's all area team announced from Union County also earned a spoton Griffis Honorable Mention they are Jay Specializing( Mitered End Sections And Elbows
and BHS never again trailed. this week. the first team. Bill Goodge, Johnny Bell,
The Lady Tornadoes widened their Bradford High lead area schools Kevin A. Griffis and Jimmy Nor.man Frank Swindell and Hunter Rauhof-
lead to seven on a Jumper by Hope with 10 players named. Including from Union County were voted to fer. Receiving Honorable Mention Buy Direct From tflioafactarer And Slfe"
with three first-teamers, followed by the second team as were John Ben from Keystone were George Payne ,
Jackson 4:13 to In the
Jackson finished: the go with game.14 Keystone with six named one first- nett and Ronald Mathews of Brad- and Danny Hughes. Union County
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What it la about Union High' remembered. It was an uphill fight was doing just what we need himsto.;
basketball team that brings out the from that point on. Jasper came back do, penetrating inside, but our
best In prep football stars? to grab an 18-12 first quarter lead and weren't going inside and getting I
Last week it was WUU ton grid star had blown the margin out to 40-29 at for him to dump it off. lie !'
Keith Edwards who bucketed 23 foot the half. caught inside with nobody to.. !
shot at the buzzer In overtime to send The second half was even 3343.but bunch of times." :. L
his Red Devils past the Tigers 65-51. Union never could get close as Jasper Willis Highland hit five of nine" shoUT
Tuesday night, Pec. 11, Cbiefland's continued! to apply pressure and run for 10 points while soph Dennis Sir*
Lacy Anderson, widely known a* a even in the final moments. mones hit for 11 points his first gamin $
dangerous quarterback, hit all four' "We just had two assists (both by double figures. George added Iq
points of an overtime stanza and 28 Ervin George), so you can see we markers and pulled down a t Ua.m-higH
for the game as the Indians slipped weren't moving the ball around eight boards. u:: '-T
past the Tigers 13-51. much" ROM complained. *
The second overtime loss of the Aspects of the game that pleased Union County 12 U 14 1,:; SS
Jasper coupled Saturday win by Roes were the husue his team showed J..,... IS 7S 17 .i&7*
over Union dropped ("we're still running and playing UNON away......O..lI.H4Id..d 1t:
ty the bard luck Tigers to 0-4 on the hard") and the performance of point MdM t.MnMM II.!>..., 1.o.J.M...*...... K "
year. Union has a tough row to hoe guard Phillip Jackson.The 5-7 senior MWW-Alton I...Alton..nlMU..$./r
this week, hosting fifth-ranked dropped In six of 10 floor shots and Jam It.MS.1,"AftM..d.IHtr....,..!..-....A.tmM.M SO5ht.iC;
Newberry(5-0) Friday night Dec. 14, two foul..shots for 14 points. "Phillio 7"
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Unbeaten After Week Chiefland 55 Union Co. 51

I Tornado 121 pmnxtor Danny Nugent hi on the wrong end the wrestling season 30. Nugent and heavyweight Allen overtime scoring of a j 984.6438 US 301 N. Starke. Fla 964-6436
field goal and two free throws out
of the pile here but came back: to win the match: againstBuc'ihols' Scott are the only Tornadoes with perfect marks.
: entrant pins two more to finish the flrmt week of shone a fourth Quarter Tiger comeback We Also SellMULTIMILE ::
that almostbut not
quite netted
A the first win of the season for TIRES \
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II Behind Anderson the Indians boltedto 1 No Blems Seconds .
Quality
Wrestlers Manhandle GHSThe I First or
Tornado a 18-8 first quarter lead and were iii
up 28-18 at the half and 39-28 enteringthe .. Price
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fourth period. The Tigers then .
BHS wrestling team completedtheir McDuffie also recorded wins in the man in 4:41 to earn his victory.Vmv clamped on a last-gasp press and
first week of the season with one jayvee matches. Immmryi IN,,. P- (IMf) Ma IwttotitnOrmi turned steals into layups to outscorethe Road Hazard Guarantee t

win in three matches as the grapplers v....., M.wrp..,.....o.i M. ../! .... WKII((411)Il-Ti)flKmmt III.Mnjiin A.|M(ixt..47)|.II4-I... multan.(14tiIttTMk .M.) hosts 23-12 over the last eight 1
bowed to Buchholz and Ocala 1(7M**((OMil) )!... vangard before whipping the ,WwI 11wh.r IOy IU.n......(I-I".011. LM IH, ( )) .*.. tlmnlni 14711474wewOV the end of the game.
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Gainesville High Hurricanes in 11.41./ (_I M- 4455hs44 )d...Hnmt Hi'17.--1-1( )ftmtin The Tiger success stopped in over-
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11"1( )mm* f..M.M in or Gainesville,Tuesday night. Dec. 11. ".,.,UM '"T(-I.) .*.T.Mr t tl tttJHmm*(I-I Igi..w plum MM unit m- -Ioy( ))pteo.4t time as they couldn't get on the ::
Danny Nugent and Allen Scott were ..*. I.I..U' ,I Ml l.*.,...iM(OMf)tlmii tMmtm.iMi .........,'", IW._(IN).h..d w.......ill. Scoreboard in the three minute E7S.14 ftMQ78'14000H7814 J78-15 $9988
the only BHS wrestlers to go ..,._ ..... Du ml..., INt mtmtft* (mm} .V. .,mill l... .r/..(OV)pl .-d TK.nil.".', period. $ $3088
mm*kf**.*!UM-lawn p.wd wow liM. 114-rnMN(MM)ptaiW 4.14..|I11M.Y.f.N8)( ) Dennis Sirmones sank *?
undefeated in the first week of the .,. Sophomore a G78.15 'L7S.15.
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season. Nugent earned three decisions : tfc.1.1. (I-I) .... IMM *.|| .ftn (IMt) 04wd I554I... .... _: $54, 147.0.,44 (OV,4.wd) personal varsity best 18 points to lead )
over his opponents at 121 ,while wow IiX7| MrtvfB. (MM)Ph! .< 4..55 ItMlOHI _.. -utBuchholz. Union In the scoring department with Plus FET H7S.15 Plus FET Plus FET .
( ) f\mt UV M*1.I7I| MM(I-I)plnm MS.law
Scott had two pins and a forfeit victory Len Shipley and Willis Highland ad- ,.._
in the unlimited division. 39 Bradford 18 ding eight points apiece. White Spoke r- '

The next match for the Tornadoeswill The Tornadoes could only muster Union Co. S 10 12 2) 0 81ChUloH 95 :
be Tuesday, Dec. 18. against the Van ard 34 Bradford 32 four victories and one forfeit win .. 1* 12 11 12 4 II 23 ,
powerful Palatka Panthers In BHS staked the against the winning Bobcats. 1 llMtOM COUWTVo Maw l-.... JMM I1 -*!. *...v WHEELS18x7 ( ,
The lightweights
Palatka. Coach Ronnie Harris says The first Tornado win was recordedby 1-4. lUmun..!.. .I.,M.|.|<. -.. J M 11.tlmlr or 15x8 .
but
Tornadoes to a 20-0)lead Vanguard '
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that Palatka is one of the best teamsin claimed wins in seven of the last nine Bill Green wrestling In the 101 M.MIIP.4-H.Aa4.w.TOT All 16,1.11411.551114. ....,.. .... .
North Florida and should show the matches to top Bradford in Ocala pound weight class, who came back I..._4-HI r...*.-.TOTAL..-*.... Chrome Spoke \ '
Tornado wrestlers where they stand Dec. 7. from a 7-1 deficit to win 15-13 in the i
on the statewide level. Friday"Bill Green did his usual good job" most exciting match of the evening., Jasper 79 Union Co. 58 WHEELS16XTc.I5XeJlAtcE $3595 '"

said Coach Ronnie Harris of the BHS Danny Nugent was the second Tornado It was a case of too much perimeter
Bradford Gainesville 20 sophomore after he won his second to come out of his match victorious play and not enough hard-nosed inside ,
"We did some outstanding wrestling match of the year, coming from a 5-2 coming from behind to best stuff said Tiger boss David Rosa,.
and I was pleased with deficit to pin Vangard s Anthony Ronnie Scott of the Bobcats handily as UCHS lost a 79-58 decision to the .' ALIGNMENT Tin* Rotl.d t ;
everybody" said an excited Coach Austin in the last 15 seconds of the second 13-6. in the 121 pound weight class. pressing Trojans in Jasper Saturday 'OVERHAUL 1
) Harris after his grapplers manhandled period. Buchholz won the next three matchesto $11" COMPUTERBALANCED
the Hurricanes of GUS, Tuesday After Tommy Powell won by forfiet take a 234: team lead. night.We just didn't take the ball inside
night. Dec. 12. in the night's first match. Green's The Tornadoes broke the string we'd run It down,pass It once,and flip Most Cart S LI Truck
) The Tornadoes got off to a slow took his comeback win. Todd Samons with victories In the 147 and 157 it up there," Rosa said of the loss. .
start falling behind 10-0 before Tod decisioned his man 11-7 in the 114 weight classes. Martin Hersey "They were bigger than'us and our ,A.dnM.WpI \-
Samons pinned his man to start a string pound match and Danny Nugent earn- defeated Tom Rechstelner 9-6 at 147 guys didn't want to take it to 'em in- 'A,...IN ..wl..wr) OIL CHANGE
of six consecutive wins for the ed a 14-2 major decsion at 121 as the and Joe Reynolds won; the 157 pound side but we gotta take It in there. .w.1,.,,4r.11,.mmmt r..r InMi r.r""w4'sod iwwmmric Filter & Lobe 4For12 :
Tornadoes. Recording wins in that Tornadoes opened up the 20-0) advan- match 5-2 to close the gap to 23-12 Everybody we play will be bigger *. ,.
I Nugent, Larry before the Bobcats won the next J three : :u.b.lld dl..ley1lad., ,
stretch t
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Saucer.: Skip Wheeler.Richard Flynn;. The Tornadoes lost the next four "put *".contest. I In the early going the Tigers led,, "
and Martin Hersey. Mersey's win, matches before Joe Reynolds pinnedhis reach -T.JjkfW"I patiently operating their offense' '
gave BHS commanding 24-14 lead. opponent in the second period to was real proud of Green and while the hosts fasbreak misfired. -
The 'Canes won the next two mat. put the Tornadoes up by 26-16. Hersey for their efforts last night," "Then we went to running with 'em 964-6436 964-6436
ches: before Johnny BeU decisioned The Knights won the next three said Coach Ronnie Harris .Friday. after about four minute" Ross
} his man and Frank Swindell won his matches to build up an insurrmon- afternoon. .
match by default, after leading his table 34-26 lead going Into the -,. IwwhH.wa1 (a.a) .I+ d P-
man 8-1 in the final period. unlimited match. Allen Scott won the tint tn antm (MM) *... t.n s u-i, ii4-w.,NiM
Allen Scott closed out the evening final match of the evening pinninghis (-) .... 1.1.11.1.(14*.* tI.Nv'- (I-I) *M. IM
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make the final score 41-20. Bradford.In final score 34-32, Vangard. -! !H 1479th.(411)... 4..h.4h.I 54 /XRfAAHAFCMAfiE \
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Obituaries

HowhrdBeuVn.
Howard Bell of Keystone Hi.a M
med Monday ia North PtorM*
Regional Hosartal after a long iteeas,
A nauWcfWert SbofcuiKY he wTti
retired as a Postmaster ta MS sad ,
a raved her from KingsUad.G*.. IS
years ago.He .
was Methodnt anal a sMtaoer' of
Kingston Lodge No. M F&AM a*
JC: Oe<'O'\. N.YSurvtvors L1LL
knctud a son. Byroa H.
Bali of Keystone Heights;two sinners '
Edaa Gray of Drt Oty. Okla, and I
a Flossie Griffin of Fart Mars" tare
grandsons aad aiae greatgrandchddren. -

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11 Eddie Grace .. Lawtey. .
passed away MGnda; ,.. Dec. 1*. at
Bradford County Hospital foOowincaa
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extended i&nes.. Bon and railed
a Bradford County,he was employedby tit ,
the Cecil FMd Department 8FtF PEO
aad,..a member of Ere. *green Bap- Ill t
ust Church. '
Survivors include .his wrfe. Carol I
Gntftt Cruce; I aon. Jerry Lee; 1 1r
daughter Tanya Marie; his mother. J
Mrs. Gertroe Rosier Cruce. all ofLawtey
'. Five brothers. Mania 4. '
Augusta. Ga.. Qty and Frank
Starke. George and Marcus.Lawtey;
.sisters Mrs. Eula Mae Cantor and
Mrs.Gertie Faye Cruc*.Starke.Mrs. '" I
SAVE 25 1
Berate Duncan Mrs. GecneQ Stan
ing. Mrs..Virginia Linry.Mrs.Luronda SAVE 50c I
Gnffis. all of Lawtey, Mrs. DUNcAN HINES
Cathera D a caa. Tallahassee. Mrs. ASTOR
Gertrude Gnffis. Phoemx. Araona. ,'.< CAKE MIX
Mrs. Frankie Pipkins. MacJenay. %
Funeral services win be conductedat 1 .
2 p.m. Thursday.; Dee 13. at COFFEE
Evergreen BapUst Church with Rev. .
J C Saunders officiating. Burial win
be in Sapp Cemetery in Radard.Areber C
-Tanner Funeral Home of 1'
StaRe is ia charge of arrangements.Rev. .
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.larks Marrta Cage PKG.
Rev Charles Marvin Cagle..died
Sunday aight.Dec.>.after an extended ILB.WI.
illness. Bora in Dallas Georgia. u.dtt wih$7.30 w
be moved to Lake Butler 3 years ago. trt.nLitnlt L

He was an Evangelist Minister 1 sdth $7.30 w n..ce I Iwrth.w.scl.
Survivors include his wife. Mrs.
Loretta Chasteea Cagle.Lake Butler; ci s. r 1 t
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mother Mrs. Lena Vineyard Cagle. SAVE '!.* Q SAVE 54
Dalton.Ga: 3 daughters,Mrs.Sbeilla CHAStlS 011 SWWMMOTCIMTOU P
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Harden Jacksonville. Rhonda and VAAUT 1 COLA
Jordaina Cagle. Lake Butler; 3brothers. VINEYARDWINES P
Robert Cagle. ElmonU.Calif v COLA
George Ranger. Ga.. and Jimmy erAttr.
of Dale. Mich.; 2 sisters. Mrs. :: ? <
El$3 PACK
Kathy Wagon Dalton Ga. and Mrs. .. QUANTITY RiGHTS COCKTAIL 164R.
2 $100 .
Bathe Young. Manetla Ga.. and I RESERVED . CANS 8 ,&. 9ge
grandchild. -**OOUt STOtCS INC. TMSHV MAJD CHANMHTTTMSWTV BTIS.
Funeral services were held Tues f L COf'YIIOH'f-I.. ,....
day Dec 11, in Archer: Funeral Home SAUCE . 3 CANS $100, PLUS DI OSIT

) Serves will be held Thursday 1 ::1' MAO MOSMIOOMI ,
Dec. 13. at 2:30: p.m. in ML Vernon _,
Baptist Church. Burial win follow in SOUP . .4'CANSSOUtHfItN $100
) West" Hill Cemetery with Kenemer ', .
LI SUIUK swirr17OS. tf. utsaraiswo i PLAIN I UVI 20' HEINZ
Brothers Funeral Home ta charge Anttat
u KETCHUP
Cla4e cr-....T3 m FLOUR . 5 G. SSe i v

Claude Crowson. age 73. of 507 W. THWTV MAO CUT *2..a. 79C
I Madison St.. died in the Bradford $119 ASPARAGUSSHOmWflG 79c 'TLu
County Hospital Thursday morning .
fallowing a long illness. He was born CANS vu iwt t tr AA**i*U31 w M. rMVI << ad tip. -
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in North Carolina April 13. 1906. and ao .VM* moved here 29 years ago from Columbia. ear S I tt.r X* tJM m ter. pttL..d alp $159 CATSUP
. S C. Mr. Crowson was a retired TMNFTV MAO CUT SWf(TPOTATOES
Printer & Advertising Manager with C
I the Bradford County Telegraph, a P . 59c BTL.VA.
VS. Army veteran of WW 2. a $
member of the First Presbyterian TMICTT MAIOLAtGCRIPE _. la'mb'
Church and a member of American 16-oa. 100 ? OLIVES 7" 77c +
3 7VISN& . SlZI
I"a5t sa.Suniftd
Legion: CANS ETMtrrv
by 1 sister. Mrs. W.W.
Sellers of Burlington.N C I brother "'
W.EL Crowsoa Tampa. k
Funeral services were held at 3
TOP S
pIlL Saturday. Dec. t. m the DeWitt ,
C J nes Funeral Home Chapel with VALUE s sWIAMr & >-- >i MAD sueS 4 HALVES
Dr Jack G. Hand officiating.: Interment .
was ia Crosby Lake Cemetery PABST PEACHES . . 59
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Jottcn J_Kerrigan Kecrits..7T, age 77. of Ihesmw GINGER Alt TONIC, CLUB SODA B E E R t nMOGRAIN RICE 3 -' 99c

Lake of Keystone Heights.Wednesday .
died afternoon m the CHEF 2 $100 SALAD OLIVES . ';: 99c
Bradford County HotpUal after aDDea.
PACK DCET SOUIHSYlER
hBgenng Ban in Glasgow. MIXERS r3
ScMla -<. July 5. Ita%.coming here in o o 12-ox. RELISH . % 88
1X7 from New York.be was a retired CANS TMWTVMAO
barber, worked ia shops
having in
Starke aad Keystone He glds. He was QUICK GRITS . .5 X> 88eDttf
of the Cathobc faun.past President of SAVE 56C SOUTH STtAWSf
the SeoMT Citizen's Cub and a Director PRESERVESS.
af the Ct'BB Agency 99c
Survivors include Ins wife Peggy DIXIE DARING TMWfTVMAO .

E. Kerngaa r YarkT2;! brothers I son. Joseph.Jim of Jr.Cambridge dNew EAIYULY slat VALUE arty? I APPLE CIDER . . % 24'

Eaglaad and John of
G1uc w".* **la"*- sister,Mary lagtea l WY. DIXIe OAUNO NAOMAl RSH.
af Glasgow Senland 2 grand- CIACKIMCOOOSALTINES:
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cbi1dnL: 1.u. BREAD . . e.. 3 'X s1 1MOOHf
. . 2 "' $100 i
Tbe remains were wiQed to the 05 OASUNOMAMIURCflANOHOTOOO --',", ",<;V

Anatomical,for medial Board rea of the arch. State DeWtft 01f'1and& 20-ox. 3 9c CHOCOLATE: KREMO'S 2 "IS-'os. ')00) ROBS ....".*, ..: .'...''' e' ., .-3...' -Cf5 *1M .
c.Jones Funeral Home..sa charge LOAf CtACKMCXXWGEORGIA: DIXIe OAMMO SOUl DOUGH

d the aecssr7 anaatetneats. CRACKERS 79 MUFFINS ;' . .2 iis 893'gc-=

Oartwce Margia t
Clarence: A. Uorgaa. 71. of Lake TOP SUPERIRAND

Butler dted heart Satarday.attack Dee...after aaapparent VMJDC rSMMUTf .,.- .- SOUR .

Bon ia Breaker be bad bred most .
of his hf e ia the Lake Butler community SUPHBtAND CREAM i.6
aDd was employed with SHERBET OR '.: . .' cUP
Lymaa Green's Restaurant for the -

pasts Survivors years.include I brother. Loonte ORANGE MAO JUICE . ':: $1" t ICE" CREAM .
L. of .
Morgan Tampa several meets ASTO UMswt rrw* -
and couam. GR-FRUIT JUICE..6 A *1"" a
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 2 p m. ia the Chapel of ao TON uM3 SIll ooatiM. Tusxrr VEAL ft SAUSSUSV HALF ''d
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler Cxt'
I with Rev. Bill Delaney dfsctatm DINNERS . . .' .,S? *14'oiow GAL. TOTINOMAMSUROIR
I Burial was ia Dedaa Cemetery ui SAUSSXMV. TMBCV 5 S USAG-. i
Brooker Archer Funeral Home of CHICKEN ENTREES "Sr *lwCtN SAVE 20 '%k ai 9 j4.. PtPPuowl CMHSf :
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}i Lake Butler was m of .. .' :
charge arrangments. )"
3B PARTYPIZZA
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I SarWH a_ BROCCOU . :. % 89 & JJp" R pl 1 T :
I f Sam Williams. Start,, died Dee. 4 C.f IM CUMt CaA""v arn O* .
at iM Bradford County .... V -- ---1-
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I : ..| to Stark ss years ago. ADd .as .....,.LIRE nittea.n.s FtU.ITS a II CIACKW*'GOOD .UTU.....

for WA th employed*past 30 years.by Koch's Drug Star FISH STICKS . : :.' .G; $l BISCUITS . .4 :. sloo 12-oz. $119 ; I

: Survivors include his wife nm-& .- .A> SUP!...Are. STA m n ncuiAs SIZETOP :
: Catherine: Lee; 1 eons Sammie Le PIE SHELLS .1.2: $100.
Williams of Starke and Leroy Patter-# . COTTAGE CHEESE . 79c I

ton .f Itamptoo; 2 daughters, Ms. S&lPf1tMMoO0 AU VAtiincs ."
Robin Williams and Ms. Levine Pattirson TOPPING .-. 'C 99c KRAFT alPS a_ -- N ::
. . . WI 89c ; I
l. of Starke; 2 daughtersinlaw.Annett ODUAMA C4t.COM .' '

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Keystone sore showed a lack of < ..... ..' readythe ....._ .2 :',.," .' r Forces Playoff

punch last week- losing to '.'bj ander reat of the "1.24" .WIsSII4L$ I AjjbI"fCAMP I V.. WHI"!; ", A )" V,,
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terlachen 32-27 before I loOPi : "We hadn't been down the : /
Jacksonville Episcopal 1 31-33 i MiidIIy court' but three or four times," KHIIS 4-1-f.' .Ho I. 48' .. IIwwft, .i-$4. ......'. i :' V VI
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night. Coach Kathy Boatwrightremembered. 1-0-J. ...:. ','.', (fl''f'f I/ WINDING- Three: 1' Kitchen's: TUeSonwy'a Real Pit.. defending. league champs came up
The split left the Keystone ... .'"They! had two big girls <, 'J.' '.; .; oobMer hxtnit y re set f far Cap refusing to fold in its bid for a fourth with their touchdowns First they
girls with a 2-1 regular seaaenlogfcut l 't and without Sandra we just couldn't' :.'fA'' ding l m JoIIIird1. tad aplcstIcs4) ? straight' Starke men's' flag football title drove the length of the field with
dropped them from the stateciass. AA get any rebounds that's'' what killed ; 1 'i1uwill. !be available nextsf held off Mac's' Music Shop 38-35 Biggs diving for a 10 yard toss from
rankings released Monday. us. She's' our best jumper." "BIg GmerVersus na ; pUratlons> : will be availabjrfa.'. / Sunday afternoon to deadlock the Randall McGee to put his club back In
"We just haven't played well."said KHHS held leads of 8-7, 18-15, and ?.. Lake City nrgtooal) office of. -. r league standings and force a playoff front 33-28. Then' with 27 seconds: to
KHHS Coach Kathy Boatwright after 22-21 at the ends of the first three WestNau& $* "lJ: Florida. Game and Fresh Water, Fj J I .- title ,game this Sunday.. Dec. 18. go In the third period Dennis
her team topped 1 1-2 Episcopal InKeystone's quarters but the hosts won the last The Lady Indians ana to. Commission' Monday, De*. 17.:V; : ,3 7 The winners trailed' only- once as Crawford fired a 1 IS$yard double passto
home opener. "I'1 guess period 10-5 to claim the victory. develop fast and have i IIIenor! Sdnr.. if ''g-r- A quota of. 69 hunters' has bee*i-:*..,.. : n L' they avenged a 19-7 Mac's win earlier Biggs and the winners were up by
we re Just going to be slower developing Kay Williams led Interlachen with Norwood back la the lineup to fee for' each of the three hunts (March: :f. V i ; in the season. Both clubs finished 9-1 10.Chandler
this year. Sandra being out has 10 points while Stephanie Wheeler and the challenge of fifth-rated' ______ 12-13' .March. .19-20. .March. .26-27On4k-.} $ I In regular season play as Mac's' got a hit hells for an eight yard
hurt our depth and our offense a lot..II Karen Smith bucketed eight points l Callahan-West Nassau tonight, 1 all applications must be limited tw4' V : forflet win over the Click Beetles Sun TD play in the last period but Gene V
apiece to top the Lady Indians. Smith The Lady Warriors, 1-0 after; a hunters per application. Hunters Wilt.. : day in a postponed ralnout game. Melvin sacked the Mac's' quarterback'
Keystone 31 Episcopal: ) 23 and Beth Walrath pulled down five rebounds 103-13 shellacking of Jax 'Vkt/tnr/ L_ ______ f j be chosen for" one hunt by a random! 1 '4 Sunday): afternoon'' rubber match with 1:40: to go and Dale Haas picked
apiece for 1 A stifling first half defense keyed Christian, come to Keystone,***,a ''VV regional:: n V : V
the home court win over the 6:30: Florida Crown Conferanr' office on Feb. 20,1980, 1 t.JO* \ V Bradford High School. Ice.
Eagles Monday night, p.m.that will sandwich: betweaa a a.m. 'The public Is Invited to. attend. 4 I In last week's', must-win situation KT-Sonny's' had.started the scoring:
Episcopal game ,
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though Keystones' offense misfired.The 31 boys JV and boys varsity gara*.f; the drawing.* ...;, 3. \ Kitchen's-Sonnys: broke to a 13-0 lead with Haas picking, off a pass and
k.y.ton.$ 7 10 4 10 after o Eefe' ? and was 26-18 at the half,but after rambling most of the before pitching -
game's' first bucket didn't come .. .. Keystone beat West Nassau. twin Applications postmarked | 4, up way
with IPISCOPAL-nut ton 30Tugglo twice In the regular V IS, IUIIO will not be accepted. :r::::3= being backed into the corner by two : to Biggs,who took the ball in fora
until over two minutes were gone 144. William 'l-0-o.. Von.. CI.... 1-3-J. last year, saost : "I'
in ;;; V Mac a scores needed two third period scoreS A U yard pass from
Wheeler, who dropped 11- and then In the Region cbamptoo-:
Stephanie KIYSTONI .coronWhoolor 4-MI I I, r for the Indians "**"- t. V Erie for the win.Trailing Crawford to Teston the
all canning a 10 .' Opeis a Lady scores by Biggs Wayne upped
to lead scorers ,.. ships. I WoodenTrivets.
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points Fowlor 3-1-7 Sootwrl8ht$ 204.K. Rodforn > i
for the lint after but Chandler rifled]
V 28-28 to 13-0 80
margin
footer for' Keystone.. After the visitor* 1-2-4, Smith 102. Rund... 011. Walrath"$ KHHS visits Baldwin .Mo. day Beth Walrsth... I fo .pea oa the baseline for a shot against Jacksonville foses.Caadle HoMersf;.;. ,f: ; fvUchen's-Sonny's& Covers Kickoff Chris Chandler ran for time a 10 yard TD yard bomb to wide Phillip a
tied the Wheeler and Belinda .. night, Dec. 17. V V Office ShoplNw.C&Ubt. open
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Fowler popped game In buckets and Sharon 0-1-1, Wilson 0-1-1, / ... < ".1.:1' .:> Jleaver' DeSne of?,Mae's Manic Shop (Un hat) nearly broke this kickoff return rietored, from right, to left aret Erie Bigg. Meb.,.... Steve& Thomas, DeSne,, and optioned to Fred floUts for a 17 Sawyer &to make it 13-8 with leu &than
Walrath hit a free throw in the last ,.'I t 4-57S4 I-' .t-, ifcr U.. yardage[ but'KT-Sonnv's Gene Melvin,no...30. made the stop. Wolf Dommon Wayne Teiton, and.. lUmUU McGee!, y yard scoring play for Mac's., $the two minutes in the half. '
to <- answered with an 11 KT-&n1an
minutes of the first period
two ,.I'.j'' .'!:, .. from Crawford
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make it 72.Thipe tosses by Wheeler : .. ..--- A I- .. -"-''o\oIJ.jiwf'\ _____.___............_ V .-.-.. MilL .iIIl.iIt. .L.. ." ......1.... -- Wheeler but Chandler!' scrambled In
t made* it 10-2 charity before Episcipal!> scoredits .V ". V'tilt. ..-V..J V A, V -. '," --- r. from 30 yards out and with 33 seconds
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field in nearly eight : : to jo It was 20-18.
first goal
minutes.. fowler scored on a 13 foot .,; < : The winners built their halftime
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set shot a layup 'I''T'
Kedfem to give KHHS a 17-5 halftime > &; Y dle for a 45 yard kick&:return to set up
advantage and with Boatwright play > At.. ,m: Randall. Mcuee's' one yard TD sweep,
V with ticks the clock.
ing her bench freely the Lady Indians I ,I coming eight on
eased to the win. '
Fowler ended with seven points ? ., .:, .... ) "
while Betsy Boatwright pulled down Starke Rec Dept.
to rebounds and Kathy Redfern addedsix Y Your ,
rebounds and four points.Intulacht.'n v 4 ; V Youth Basketball

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32 Keystone 27 YSes-s 7 ran past the Trail Blazers V

bounder Without Sandra leading Norwood scorer for and all but re- I ___ V '..,. .. W1ftft V V ": V V V V V 13] JiJfiJtFm{ t .,{:?(iJJ(! W 3($' V V 43-30 mark.possession Monday of afternoon first place to with take a sole 3-0


the first few minutes Keystone's' Lady ,.,.., :.:: .1 '. '' flTJ01Y.I1DW? ( '[B f11U($ ] TIerS 43-Trail Blazers ,30

Ii ..-,. ... ... .. V\\\ d 22' DiSCO JUKE IX ," ', ..v. ,'. V : Don Portia' fired. In 13 points and
G5SLS SWEET THUNOElnllKE II '/ V Chub Johnson added 10 in a balanced
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Hastings DropsKHHSJV's I lul .' ,t., : :. .. '.' i ,;:'' :t .:},:' 30'1 ''SjLth V: V Starkh'FIa.VI',, r VI* 78er Johnny attack Boswell Monday..was a one man

V '-c;: i '': ,i2'. HiD; SC Juk. Boat w/AM-FM/ Stereo Rec.lver... S-trock Topo ..1 . J 'f. .. \\0.. Ihow tor'. the ''Blazers, leading all

( r"' : '\. .If Huffy, 20 In. Pink Lollipop" Finish Single .Spood Coestor Broke?.. ; V .: .;j', ".'..... -? .''i ;Delude .Automatic. Record 'Changer... _and ,Full Range V VV ..s..= .'_- .VENT RIB I scorers NmCJ.ss: ,with 18 II..a-.Ier.markers.. 5,.5..l.3._. *II.L

,.."' V.. 20x1.75 Knobby",Tires.. Cross Ireced Hondlobw.. ,'Wa lo grips Light \ V I V S SpMkdr. $System., Stereo, Headphone Jack. 4" Channel., $Speaker, -nut*.UUW-. -*. .....* I It.* ..- 4.. ..
The Keystone boys jayvee basket 1 V Wol,ht ,Fenders... ''Front Number fle4o Rat..T Trep, Podole. & Indwrv.... *.'" V 'V V Matrix! :System) .... Multl-Colorod; Lights Play, ,to the Boat. of' the V VV ; C-2._" '
ball team jumped out to a quick 14-12 Saddle.... -. "i-.w*:;<.:'. ::7 V' Mw.itCd< = 12 or 20-QAUQE. ,AUTO. SHOTGUN. White Shadows. 50-Super Sonlcs.44.
first quarter lead but was unable to TYI22205 "'"V ''Stanley Clark and Albert McDuffle
hold on as Hastings came back to Jygm/ngton/ .. Vent rib 26, 28, or 50" $ split 32 ponts between them to shoot
D defeat the Baby Indians 56-39, to drop barrels..MF., or 1C chokes. .239 97. the White( Shadows to their first win
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KHIIS'' record to 0-2., on Tuesday 1100 V. Monday. .
) night. Dec. 11., in Keystone. Hastings ___ ___ AePrIce $ 0 $ '" Gerald Goodman had 18 points and

victory.improved their record to 4-0 with the ,77.88, $100032JTERItANEAN .. ;:" $$24:.00., $20000 ""Ot Michael Mark: Pierce DeSue added 12 for 10 the to the losers winner's while,

The last action before the ____I1s'l. '_ cause.
Christmas holidays for the Baby In- V (r 30/30/ Caliber Level Action n-cu_ isseowsMa... ...5. __a._ V

I dians will be tonight, Dec. 13, in I IQ1"t43' $Loslsu,_sousa-a.... ...II.Ton 4.,......5 L........ '
Keystone against West Nassau at I l Sllda' ejection and pistol RIFLE ,. ... ... .
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The,Wildcats,caught fire after the .tWst"Yb. $
ilow'M/ first quarter to take the lead and V _. '4 "H -,,,,. II IO CENTER \ "' : V V'4 V r'Model &J6C/; .with trigger.walnut Hardwood finish.' stock $1'39 97 V. Donnie Banks hit for:, 12 points and ,
widen it to 12 points at end.of. the first STYLE.STERO CONSOLE Johnny Boswell added 10? to lead the
half. balanced Trail Blazers past the SuperSonics
) KHIIS came back to close the leadto J .4-W. .,y. rr HI...y Studio*$ c-r,r 'InW 'rl" TRIMODE V Wednesday, Dec. 5.V 5.
4234. with 40 seconds left in the 12"" MotII llwraMM style s...... chi -.&l. .lnw. ... Color. Advanced .S-Tracfc ,Player. .'",; ... "..f., V 'Chuck Johnson led the winners with
third quarter, on a free throw by Paul 11, rMM..C..lor.Flnl.h.. F_tvrtng.... AM/PM/ ......or/Ptoyor./ AM/FM/ S Staro* R ledlo.. ", .'\ 'nw.': ? -.' 30/06 Automatic .flubiiemkg1on. seven points.l.

Steinmetz, and two more by Greg Star. ** P1.y.r y r R.oc.lv.r Automatic Dohnm SoSp004( 4 BM Record a.srn.ger. .UV.I.., :. iiisd S .D.sIgs). Trimerf* I Watt.. $s.-. AMPMwtTruck / Clip) 'loading with IllAt&ItADIIIooCleotl.& 4 4.(S.It.'.......1.!*.....

Frichard.' Steinmetz finished the r $ R cnl Changer, S-Tr ck with.... CW/rwn/ Control: Mi4Slytin. I Djsjd' hi ." /. / 'wTweTRJSODE / -Sp..k.r. .. .114 V automatic ejection? ;, gas $ a.o.c-I.__|.... _1...5oo.0.1., Owt6I_
game with 10 points to the Indians end (Sill Rang Sp..k.r .. Full Rmieo -Itoroo. Audi. *,( 97 ... ... .
pace l<"r4SOO !I IHt n' M.& 1 .operated, 4-shot capacl- $249 r._' .P.45'- ""Thoop.'- 1.O'd,' I,P.15.
Prichard chipped> in eight, and i $ L.vr ....199." V U ..
Sam Sibley contributed to the : : Model 742 Act 1))Y-

Indian cause. seven MEN'S l STRIDER ''WOMEN'S' i $ $ V __ hers Don 44 Portis'.White 14 Shadows points l and:34 a point

installing The Wildcats a make-shift. widened four-corner their: lead offense by. V ___' I L 185 j $24000 ::1ijQ1217'W'' V$14999 V '?:. V_ fourth Wednesday.quarter shot the ?78ers to victory -

( that opened the Keystone 10. SfEl SANTA$ l2orV2Oga. Wilbur Sewell added 10 points for
defense
up for drives down the middle 10 SPEED BIKE |. the winners while Albert McDuffie
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subsequent easy lay-ups. ... -- 1HAVEN8RAND Slide Action ShotgunCLect had 12 and Stanley Clark 10 for the

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,.o..r'. _:. .I..ofv.r/R.c.rd. / song.. .? wTwoCb / s.oe..... end" Sound. DMlgn, PIers M 'MM! V 49 RPM Pump Shotgun Plain Barrel both of their games last week to take
Frlc '1 .,:st.: .<<'.' 11 S.... S''1.. .c*ol "TnICk.r eo....... 1 Rocor". Walnut, Oral Vinyl.... ...., In-. the early lead In Jr. Boys Basketball
.flg.! Dam1.pfhn Semi-automatic gas,

$$7800 M...; $$47'7 00 Model 870 esscwr.. operated recoil. Pistol action grip.reduces Artistic $$169.97 r I H.wuU.JaIlU Charlie Pelham pumped In 31 points

Union JV's' :'$ \ .' to.. .$$20000S59.99$ scroll work as shown.. to lead the Hawks over the Jazz V ,-Tuesday -

.1$9.5"4\. \ I'F ::: V VH afternoon.
V -r- .$ r--- Robert Bellany led all scorers: with

Fall to .1,l \ 2.:' H; .!(&.( *'.'' V V 1 12 or 20 ga. 37 sAwIs points( __in_a .4.losing_cause.0.,......II.. 0..3...4..

JasperA V,. 1 I.\ EMERSON STEREO THRNTAILE r Pump Shotgun'VentRlb 'MilMHmy, .It', J I. '. .. 'I and faster sighting
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S ." V Mil U.1 imorton. _ttoroo TamfoUo..,. w/two,/. i..olior..SvllHiiM 1:. shot t capacity and 3-shot attack with 12 points and received
14-6 spread in the second quarterwas F [j jh. .. Adootw... .So,...hlro..' Slylu$ .. *.,or,...to |oft/rieM../"- I,......' ""t.... I, ''9M MognoHc; '" Rotori Chonflor.. by Sound Do.flnMm V ""ii Model 870 ,Dependable opera .$$199.79 support from Simon ?Mitchell, who
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the' difference as Jasper- 3 SPEED SEA TRAILSBy CACTISF, .Y Volum.. Control: .. ,'4ts! ...4Vr .! ., *.S......OioBfor.' .Ploy.. 33 144 F4* loof" i.MoiMtry V 4V tion. chipped In eight.
Hamilton's
Baby Trojans! sent Union V V V ... '
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V T-" S 1.AI"* !"" Moltlplo Ploy, orPtMl. Nicole i: Scott led the losers with 12
County's JV's to their second straightloss .\ .. ., '\,.. r V 1cr: .... .. IUtor' Saturday night, by a 59-48 countin I'V, H.'.... .....,, rish .. I.-I.'I:: .ttyhM..... CW/Po/ GlMtrol, f/O/ Jasper. Huffy 26 In. Lightweight Chestnut Single. ...... ( '1-t... "' V V$$3210.I., i !':i' -' p'.r.' Wofeut' $ Crolit Vinyl.......*.. V I V -S..4.-.1.
The 1-2 Tiger Junior Varsity visited Finish Frame Size.. 19 In. '3-Speed$ Gear .' .. V .... $$3 M-, V .12\.20\ g*ug. Auto Shotgun *UU n? -OH.it.S.UM It.Jiiim. .I.
New''berry Tuesday night. Ing System With Trigger Shift 26x1 3/S/ Blockwoll.. : Tiros,; 'p$1.ls.$ V V VM.l1.V V $$70 ,,15 7 'OoubleT' action bars) .for Celtics& 58. Nets 30
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game by & Daren Chandler. scored' 32 points
In.,. Blackwall TIres Chrom. V :
just 15-14 after one period but touring Stylo Csotom'. ...'. : ;_ _V_ _IV& smooth; dependable. $ I
Handlebars Dual Callpor., Reflective !! CopWeH>ffyCu I'V, : i V' V "' !V operation.. 5-shot capaci 219.97. and Tony Jefferson added 20 to pace
clamped' on a full court press in 'the ..U.i ,.Polo. ,Styl t B.ddto\. :*f> cthv.. KUHEN'' STUll : V Model : with.. shot plug the Celtics: over the Nets Tuesday.' V I
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second quarter and opened the lead Pedals Full Length Hot Fudg. Fenders. C .,<. .> i VV Terry Tyson added 14 'for' the Nets.Celtics .
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was even but UCHS never could pull 1j> S ( _- ..j) "".. ..1',."' ervs-v..'.._"0.s3.IL I
within 1 "' ; ( ,AV" ;;
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yet to play against a press.", UCHS Reg. Price $ r7. '$ V. ..Cofttw, P fI-w.t"!.;"",..,,4WPM H 'fot'lr"' ; "! SNJI.. ... C n r'.V.. 'Wofatft Color V VI VII ,.. T .Ai.. : if., ''J {, $\ '/V9' Daren Chandler pumped In 29
coach flr. Price. : Sloroo ..... ... > ) .. t ,.. .J', ; and Tony Jefferson added 14 I
David Ross said.. "We threwsome $7900BOY'S [. 'S5 8OO'; BsdI.Autpm.3ld, I %PWEMvLc.d, ..T.... ,T.p., .ftoy. AM/H/ V VAuomk : / 11'' points
bad passes, and dribbled too '87.88 V V tmrm4 fw- ch.a.0r.,7JlIlMry"* I $ 33p..4.. SStSTrock V gt1w0t.mond ...... I : '. PETERS30Q6 ;k' II 'I: markers as the. Celtics topped the
much against the press, that caused 'G5... V VV .S-Troch,, .. ... :: / r rU % / ius, P.It ...... .St.... V ., Iftt Hawks Thursday Dec,8.:' ''
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The Tornadoes of Bradford High day Dec. 14. With the next slated SANTA. fO- T, MM.*. M***.!<- rw.- r
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losses 10 AJachua Santa Fe 46-36 Eastside, the Tornadoes could have M uIr
and sixth-ranked St. Augustine just one contest In nearly a month. St. Augustine 67. BradfWd 39
((67-39)) last week- falling to 14 with Sexton is working now to line up a The sixth-ranked Yellow Jackets Indians couldn't drop -The Wtlglmrts
the defeatsand BUS Coach Mike Christmas tournament bid for the were too much for the Tornadoes their free throws when they counted u potato of the
Sexton figures only playing time can Tornadoes probably In St. Augustine, Thursday, Dec. 6, extending* their down the stretch and saw their won- = o[t tals. to
change the pattern to an upward but just somewhere would do. record to 8-1 with the lop-sideqhome lost mark faD to loot with a 66-66 home eqt41q. '" le ker room up .19.
Hight.I "If we have just that one game In court win. court setback to Hastings (3-1 Tuesday de ( 12 footer tied it at 38.35it
But playing time between now and the month it'll kill us," Sexton reasoned The 'Jackets dominated inside play night. thfltlOT) mark In period three but
the new year might be hard to find forSexton's Sunday. "Right now we still need with their tall front line and with BHS The Indians who trailed 49-33 after BoycTs,open layup cfoeedthe, quarter
crew to get used to playing with each other hitting only 28 percent from the field the class A visitors controlled the second wtthjla; tfng3up43. :
Only one more game Is on the and working at a"team and we need to and 37 percent from the free throw 0, and third periods with A. clawing ,. tystpne:$ J.hred'guaotrd.he' pressing
schedule for December a date withPalatka's get on the court. stripe (nine of 24), the outcome was pressure defense, closed the gap*'to d tfense3: ', cushionbutjferiUvout'charify .
Panthers on the road Fri. never in doubt. six points via a fourth quarter press \ line success the
Santa Fe 46 Bradford "They got a lot of second and third but managed to connect on only two of Indiana'"!''couldn't make. up the dif
A miserable first quarter doomedthe shots and some fast break layups" ''i'I six free throws In the last period to ference.' ... ;
Tornadoes to defeat against the Sexton remembered. fall short. de Bodisco topped KHll$ with 16
host Raiders, who Jumped to 3with Edward Hamilton was the only Tornado "We should have pulled It out" points with Dyal totaling H&Haotlngo
KHHS Girls the win. to find the range, hitting five of KHIIS Coach Ron Brummitt contended -
JV Santa Fe head-started to a 14-2 lead 10 from the field to lead BHS with 11 after talking to his team Tuesday "" 10 36 14 07 **
after the first period, It t from then on points. Dwayne McBride hit for seven night. "We hit the free throws against KoyoMMM 17 14 7 11 1*
the Tornadoes were tough to handle.A points while Charles Lee had nine rebounds Hilliard last week (a 53-51 win) but we MAtlMMM-mft. 0-4-10. MMN..,-..M.m*..!*
10-5 second for BHS 1T.r.y 0 .11,Sls....-..wllo..la
EpiscopalKeystone's quarter edge Kevin Miller six, and didn't make 'em tonight. .. .C-5S.4.
Rip brought the Tornadoes within 19-12 at Hamilton five boards. Brummitt also said defensive -'L.n.01.1.1.024..1.0
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the lead in the second half. 20', It It 47 allowed the visitors to build the 11 ...................#......:\ !! ..."
JV Lady Indians were "We got within five or six points a MADKMO" H.ulH.K 4t-11. ,-.-.. Malls.. point gap. "One of our kids was Just ; Keystone gets back into ('tp1'ida.
crunched 51.22 In their opener at In- couple of times but then turnovers .-..,. U- 1-4-4, MM* t-O-4. Om .-,... McOfM I out of position but our other guys were :Crown Conference action,, where,they'' :
terlachen Thursday night Dec. 6, but would hurt us," said BHS Coach Mike ."-'.MM I. ,.,..t ,_, 10-*.Of. ; covering up and I couldn't see wherewe :are 1-0 thus far, tonight withAJiome,:
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came back to rout Jax Episcopal 4218at M. O-l-ll. Him ilk 140111. "
Sexton. __ A. ""-'. 04ix .*.. _.. were wrong for awhile. Hilliard'sLessie :court test against West Nassau -
home Monday night to even their "Very plainly. that first quarter just N n. num. ,-.-.. itanta t4. nr4 ..-., 124.1, Boyd who led both clubs with : "We learned a lot from the Hastings :;
mark at 11. killed us/ Sexton continued. "We just II-,...,. 20 points took advantage of the missed :game because they play the same
The KHHS girls visit Baldwin Monday couldn't seem to get anything going assignment for three consecutive :style as West Nassau does," said ;
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Dec. 17, and host Green Cove and they seemed to hit everything Frazier Basseadstne Tornadoes( ; In layups that gave the Wildcats their :Brummitt. "West Nassau presses the :
Middle School Tuesday Dec. 18, for a they threw up. We went to the full scoring with 7.4 points per game and bulge.It :same way, have a good left side :
I 7:30: p.m. contest. court press for the first time and Charles Lee's 7 rebounds per game was the Indians who controlledthe driver, and some good ...outside :
to start the second quarter we tops the club after this week's games. early going. K1IHS sliced throughthe shooters We talked about it after the :
Keystone 42 Episcopal 18 came within a hair shutting them Edward Hamilton has a 6.4 scoring Hastings defense early with Eddie game and we said if we had to lose one:
Donna Dodd smoked the nets for 20 out in the quarter. We would have if average and Kevin Miller has claimed Jumper... Dyal firing in 10 first half points. tot the two we'd rather; lose :to:
points and Robyn Wyman added nine we didn't turn the ball over In the last 5.8 rebounds per game. Morry Cravey hit from the left wingto ZHastlngs." :
more as the junior varsity KHHS girls minute." Poor shooting stands out on the Chris de Bodlsco. who lead put KHHS up 9-2 Just over three : Saturday night the Indians open : '
led from start to finish in dumping the BHS ran off eight points in a row to team charts. Bradford Is shooting just Keystone with 1C points Tuesday minutes into the contest and Chris de :their play h> the eight team J.ackson-: :
JV Lady Eagles. start the period to close to within 14-10 32 percent on field goals thus far, and night fires a short jumper against Bodisco's eight footer with two Zvllie Bolles' Christmas Tournament :
Keystone lead 10.4 after one with 1:30: left, but then turned the ball only 46 percent from the foul line. Hastings. seconds left in the first period made it with a' 7 p.m. game against 8-0 :
quarter, 19-6 at the half, and scored over four times In the closing 17-8 after one. Only some unlikely :Baldwin, the pre-season Flor&a :'
the first 10 points of the second moments of the half to allow the downtown !shooting by the visitors :Crown Conference favorite. The :
quarter behind a sticky press to build Raiders off the hook. kept it that d M.. :tourney continues Saturday wjth :
up a whopping 29-6 advantage."We "The kids just did a real good job Obituary Hastings slapped on the press and semifinals scheduled Sunday ajnd :
moved better tonight but we're with the press" Sexton said of the tied the. count 17-17 before Vincent :Ifinals Monday night Dec. 19. j \-:.'

still not in shape," said KHHS JV quarter. "Santa Fe likes to run and Rev. Edwin F.Mayton 74 of F.&A.M. Lodge No. 41 and of the Gaglio hit from Inside for KHHS. ........ .. ...,. ................ ..(
Coach Bob Smith, comparing the win gun and with the pressure we made it The Rev. Edwin Methodist Church. KHHS solved the press momentarilyas
with the opening loss at Interlachen."I tough for them to hurry the ball up the chaplain at Florida State F. Prison Mayton for 10 a Survivors Include: his wife, Dyal and Gaglio combined for four Prices for Keystone High School 1
expect when the girls get in shape floor" years, and a former member of the Catheryn c. Mayton': three daughters buckets with Dyal popping from the home basketball games will be fas;,
we'll look a lot better. The defensewon A three point play made it 17.10 anda First United Methodist Jessie M. Ward, Galnesvllle.llarriett corner two minutes before halftime to 'follows: {
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It tonight, we scored 42 points but late bucket gave Santa Fe a nine Starke, died Monday at his M. Parker, Alachua and Sarah M. For nights with single JV games id-
we didn't even fastbreak." point cushion at the break. .mission will be 50 cents for students,
Gainesville home after an extended il Janes, Boca Raton; two sons, EdwinF.
Mickie Sibley added six points for The Raiders kept the distance In the lness. He was 74. Mayton III of Pasadena, Calif., Stocking Stuffers $1 for adults. Tickets for one or to
Keystone. third period and with a steal and and John A.Andy( ) Mayton, Min The Office game nights with a varsity team Will
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$1 and $2 and admission for
A native of Quincy the Rev. neapolis Minn.; a sister, Robbie M. lie W Call St. ; three
Iplicopol 42 6' ItKayotana 34-24 heading Into the fourth quarter. game nights JV boys vanity'gids,
Mayton had lived in Gainesville for Detrick Virginia Beach, Va.; and 14 964-S764
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Interlachen 51 Keystone 22 season total to a still icy 32 percent)
as Charles Lee hit five of eight floor
D A 38-11 second half bulge shot In.terlachen's shots for a team high 10 points and r
JV girls past Keystone Edward Hamilton made good on four
last Thursday.KHHS of six attempts for eight points.
) was just two down 13-11, at Frazier Bass also hit for eight points
half before the host JV Rams explod with three assists. The team assist :I' "
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S A.guUM C7 Bradford Jt further demorafiz be Gabs (7.70 last Satarday stfienonn. Fk+1da's

-n*eu\y foal treUMe ratty hurt guards shoufa. tie piayfate joniar coOege tfl son repy teie Another
VI Ith m beeauM it kept .e foa y yer ill'vUie and LoU nigbt be pyiag his "' y .a.UFsere..CD1iIDIMaa.
cur m pl l a eaenM,wd"Cocb "& ua c/ IM nvtad our feet en empty chair to as ubie thaI

VAlan Have A Large IUd Stephen after hto Baby Tar number (4,0 B3) wctdaed Able Stare bnmbto Sttttam ltt 4O in Ddaad Saturday
Mulo.MJ to 0-1 after Hue bar. to the $Pt.. .
Selection Of Outtars, Amplifiers, 1R Msg>MtiaeYeUowJ&* ter.Threw '" Former Union High barprfwoter. Iteyde Perry pumped ta 21 point far
day nltfht, Dee 4, In Jtt Augr. n.. D.r(.Mi Brach c......., cin Irge in a ceaaon opening: tH2 bra to defending:
Microphone, Stands The T raa4oe were' behind 154 *rata JUCO winner/ BrrrardCC.....
after the flat quad and the VeBowjKfcete ) .X* don't I wish we bad cable TV enricc bere. Notre Dame and UOLA play
end Autohw ups $cg 99 .: wklen.dheir lead .. 4428tor barketbell: lonjghton cable only.

_1ft' 0.,1 0 / three owartcrs of piay, to put
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t711ompkla was the enJy/ Tor* The Lady Indians 01 Keystone IIigJI (2-1) tell out C'JI tbeMate clan 2A top tauntb
DAdo .In duutito figures with 14 points their lass to ntttiachen. KIIHS started the year at number nine Dcfcwfapg
for Ut*right champ dearwatcr Central Catholic Is still top In the ZA girls ratings withG.a..me

MUSIC SHOP tre.,r4 l. 4 f 11If. P.K. Ytrnfte number two. West Na.... which cbaltenges KH1IS in

r .AP tMM<... If 2f fl I M Keystone kIn cbt.. to number fIVe. Cbleflaatf (44) number nine and Newberry

AIrADFOiple SHOPPING .......<. C. ..miiilM. ...!. ..... 4>M* .*-!. (4-0) this week.
T_ ..... N..N.1 ,+1. ___ ...... I.Y.I In the boy 2A top ten Newbrrry (*4). which irbitc: V.... CMUty Friday 18.
L IQIIARI 964.1391 CENTER ....... R.141_ELI, TOIMN_14.l14w.w. INr144. ...... 414..Aw fifth while P.K, Ync and Baldwin, Keystone's opponent next Saturday. received

Dot South Qtefke, -8. A.---. .... ....... ...... vote
A M e MelrFer hbr .+l.. ...., 1..... ... ....N.aa..r y144 ft. AuKinrtlne($-1) has moved all the way to second in the boys 3A poll behind
/ .,AInM 146 101M4. ........ top-rated TltiMfUl Astronaut Joe). Two-time champ Oeala Vannard slipped
from the top rung to number three after being shelled by 4-0 and number five
West Palm Beach North Shore 54-29 in West Palm last Friday. Vanguard (2-2)
lost it* opener to Tennessee' top team. Northside of Memphis. 7240. .

GstetsvUle. High and Green Cove-Clay picked up votes in .
...Getting back to Ke stone girls basketball I noticed former Lady Indians Lorraine
you MAY hAVE MISSED. THESEGREAT RoMtneyrr and Hberrl Anthony hit for 21 and six points respectively
riagler College' 75-62 loss to the UK Lady Galore in Gainesville.. .
... Unlike last year there's very' few big-name prep playen in the area
although P.K. Yonge's 6-7 junior Randall Leath could be the state's most
OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S recruited player next year. Union County sees Leath and his Blue Waves twice1
in Lake Butler Dec. IS, and In Gainesville Jan. 25. PKY also comes to Bradford
High to play the Tornadoes Feb. 1. .

Other nigh-rated players are 6-8 Gary Mima of Jax. Ribault, $'4'/4 Roosevelt
Davlson and 9-10 junior Nabe Colbert of Vanguard d-10 Junior Bruce Perry.of

GAINESVILLE SUN .: :". ball Live fame.Oak, frfl! David Smith of Clay,and e-3 Dwayne Dixon of Santa Fe, he of foot-.

The consensus is that the state's best two players are guard Derek Harper of'
West Palm Beach North Shore and 6-6.4 forward Alonza Allen of Lakeland High.
CLASSIFIED SECTION. ; both seniors. Harper Is on Street Smith's magazine' third team All America

'f :: : : squad while Allen is also rated in the nation' top 50. .
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) Kevin A. GrlfNs and Terry McDowell of Union County High were the Tigers'
reps on the 22-man 1979 All Suwannee Conference football team announced last

) Shop The Sun's Classified section .week... The Union County Classic II,, Lake Butler's Pop Warner bowl is an .Irao

pressive arrangement for a small town. My thanks to Mike Bearden and Doyte-
Kemp over In Union County for the Union County Classic info, and for getting us
for game information each week. .. .
ivory day great shopping While I'm at It, I thank all the Pop Warner coaches in the area who submitted.

I game stories for us during the season.... i.,
..Kelvin Cruger, the do-ft-all trainer-manager-handyman-assistant .

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Once a bit roly-poly Cruger is now down to a slim 188 pounds at the army's,(
\ request- He's lout 22 pounds to get by the physical exam..... .- -
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M.ni khurlttcna, 1'1'v.l". r*'. t."f l c nwiiny fc.n.fll. A..lv, IW" flit 3158199NW crown against the team they beat for the '78 championship- 1'ennac-olu Pine'ort'I& .
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cement washer miner lawnmowers Keystone Fire Fldsa CHRISTMAS AI-Moroh Arabian OWN ,HOUSIt Invite FOR RENT WANTEDGOOD HOMES MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

pressure Sal, Dec. 15 at t
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tiller and other FOR SAlIt Tappan Range.double WHOLESALE AUCTION! Conie see our famous bandof PALMS APARTMENTS! Fur PRICES PAID for used FOR.SALE FREE TO GOOD HOME IN. BOOZI In the. Bible

garden,.II.auto KEYSTONE construeHon overt, brown condition Every Monday 7 p.m. Hwy 40 horse and|loin u*for a niched efficiencies and 1 mobile hornet If mortgage COUNTRY large, deep voic Booklet "At A Thorn I

TALS.tO Hwy. 21 North.REN- Ilk. new. 4732455. 17 north at city limit, free clinic on green breaking BR apt*., weekly FURNISHED or mon I II 3/4 paid or more OLIN'S BLOCK HOMES from $22.923 ed. I mo.. old part- Goeth Up. $...5 to Illuminator.

474993. TFchg Hchg.12/13. Palatka Public Auction the young hot... Free thly. NEW MOBILE HOME SALES to $47.984. CHI.... w/w shepherd mole puppy. Good P. O. Box 952,

OCII SPRINGS BR 2 bath. FOR SALE lot and trailer 12 every Friday 7 p.m. and hot dog and hot cider. 2313 STUDIOS N. Tempi monthly" Storke.only. 9645606. Open 7 day carpet electric range In- watch dog. Phone 964...... Oc_. Fla 32761. 11/22

'QP.f'd queen mod). Full by 60 furnlihed like new every Sunday 7 p.m.Everyone Seven mile couth" of University TFchg WANTEDr weekly. TFchg Mobile home ..ulated'window.*, many Itpd 12/13 4tpd 12/13

acr. of land. Only $979 on Lake Bundy Grandln.Ft. welcome. 4tpd. Avenue on U.S. 441. KITCHENETTES One BR I.. and Will ax- oth..xlros. Built on your HORSESi Two gsldingt, on*

.d.wn.and payment under ., eight mile east of 1/22-12/13 446-3623. Itchg. 12/13. apartment, pool TV, AC OLIN'S tire MOBILE pick HOME up. own lot. Rural financing FOR SALE quorterhorte, one quarter.horse.thoroughbnd .

$223 month for qualified Keystone Height. Immediate FOR SALE Firewood, $40 HU WANTED The day utilities. Included. Totally SALES 9645606. Open 7 available. See our model mix

buyer. Only on. Mt. Call occupancy long wheel. base pkk-up. County Board of County furnlthed. Weekly mom day a week TFchg at 12875 Normandy Blvd., TRAMPOLINE New, round Both f yeor old. Price

Bob Horrl. 964-5533 or $12,000.73.3439, 473-2563. Cut. split and delivered. Commissioner I is taking. application thly rote. TEMPLE MOTEL CASH FOR COINS. Gold Jacksonville. Phone negotiable. Starke.
473--3I33.' P.S. 3 BR. 2 bath tfnchg. 12/13. Phone 473.2833 after S p.m. for the) following 1.0 N. Temple. Ave., silver sterling dental 387-4981. Hallmark Leisure list $599.99. sale $319.99. ....5078. 12/6 2tpd 12/1 J.
alto available.' 11/29 3tchg FOUNDS ; Starke. Phone; 964-7357 Home.. 12/6 9tchg 1/31. 8x12 list $399.99. sole SEVERAL Rich onto horse :
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owner pay 2tpd 12/6-12/13 petition under Till*VI of the gold. GF scrap jewelry| optical
12/13 for ad. 473-4185. Itchg. FOR RENT 2 BR. 1 Bath fully CETA Program: Protect 9/90 TFchg. frames, etc. J... Bull- MOIILI HOMCSi Why pay $249.99. Phone 1-778-3227 trailer $269. Thr.e-rblla
KIVSTONI dust Executive 12/13. carpeted and furnished Dlrector--Hlgh school MIMOSA MANO MOBILE Ington 964-6250 after 5:30 more? Buy direct from factory Jan. TFchgFINCINOi cane mill. $135. Hay rake,

home:: 3 BR. 2 bath den FOR SAlEi 1973 Chevy pick. Electric heat and air. Lak. diploma required. Additional HOME PARK mobile home p.m. TFchg. large election of 24. All kind, hog $89. Kenmore dlthwather
ftreptace, 2 car garage.Over and spaces for.. Phone NEED CHRISTMAS 14, 12 wide. COMMUNITY wire, welded wire, barbwire $165. Electric guitar caseend
up Stepslde. 6 cyllnd.r..tandord Geneva. Available Jan I. training In field of ur
:1500 tq. ft. Walk to transmission $700 Call.73.2.cSS. 12/13 tfn chg ban planning, sociology or .....2912. TFcbg1 i i MONEY'" Cash for oak, MOBILE HOMES SALES US wood: chain link; amp 250. Phone
t golfCowrie.. Paved it,.... TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY 1 mahogany and wicker furniture 301 North. Open 9 to dutk. free estimate MANNING 9644993. Itpd 12/13
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VA-no.money down. FHA room efficiency fond also old glassware and I 'to 6 Sunday. Phone FENCE CO.. 473-4832. LAND FOR SAlEi 6.908 '
Itchg. 12/13. whit.. female GermanSheph.M. be resident of Clay County;
only $1.950 down. Choose sleeping roomsj Weekly or Keystone TFchg
other 964-B741. TFchg
Call collect
antique Rallord. Pot
FOUNDt Sat. male 7 old with ocr.*
meet
mo. employmentguidelins .
your own color Bob Harris. p.m. monthly. Come to Underwood 284-9731 or 2640656. 12/6 10 x SO MOBIll HOME All HA V. labia or Alltla. Larry Dickens. 4311200. 12/13 ,
., 473-3133 or 9645533. puppy. Lob/greyhovnd red collar and red name tog. of CETA program Motel., :,3Vt mile 4tchg 12/27. new Insulation and panel. laFolletle. Starke. 1
black, with collar no tag lest In Melrose area 12/10. and be economically 2tchg 13/20
11/293tchg: 12/13 ; North of' Stark op US 301.
EXPERIENCEDCARPENTERMASON New wiring and plum. 9646273. TFchg.
Lak. Geneva Answers Ban..... If feel Ing. PLENTY OP GOOD TURNIPS .'
IH 2.1.B> Extension. Privacy area to name dl( you TFchg.OARAOE. SKI
j bang two AC. Reasonable. BOATi 16 ft. fiberglass.
Only:. 20 minute to 473-2111. tfnchg 10/11 Call anytime75.1190.. you may qualify apply at AND ,.OFFICE want small construction Phone 9643576. 11/1 73 bootMercury 69 HP AND MUSTARD GREENSi,
exit FOR SAlEi Cedar Christmas 12/13 tfnchg Service for Phone 50 cent a bundle. Murray'
Gainesville Speed- Clay County Community SPACIi rant. job. Fireplace, remodeling TFchg.' engine, gator-tih, trailer
ville, Rd. to SR 21 Into tree, any lie, your choice, FOR SAlEi BR mobile home Office 91$Walnut S,.. 964-9261 or 9646112. addition, Phone with Garden 714
HOUSE 1500. Call 964-9764
ONE YEAR OLD daysor
Melrose. 4 model tochoo. $10. Across from Sllv.r with I acre land. New well Green Cove Springs, Fl TFchg 782.39Q6aft.,6p.m.12132tchg Lafayette St., Starke, .
*. from. A* low a* lake, SR.2 IB. 473.2806. Itpd and pump. 3 mile south ofKeyttone Itchg 12/13 THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE 12/20 3 BR 2 bath, deck., 431.1640 alter 8:00: p.m. Phone 9647326. Itchg

$1100 down oppllonc..ln.dUd. FOR SAlIt Quality Storcroft near SR.t00.$900down HELP WANTED The Clay on Crystal Lk... Furnished energy savors, 9.2 acre.. TFpd 12/13 S. .

....'If you buy before pop-up camper. Sleep 8. 2 $128.18 per month. County Board of County adult, no pet. $23 monthly Pond., posture, electric CHAIN, LINK PlNC.mat..lal. TWO ITEMS Ookwood.: $80

ChrlMma. Bob Horn. Affordable tablet, love, sink. Call 473-4058 or 473-4367 Commissioner I I.taking application Phon.. 473.3581 or PERSONAL fence. Phone 964-6741. Do It yourselfand a cord delivered, fireplace .

Home.. 964-5533 refrigerator1 heater. after 6 p.m. 12/13 tfn chg for the following 473-3919. TF chg. ll/224tod 12/20 4 mile save. Installation lie. SKI BOA?. 16 ft. Con.t .
oe4733133.. 11/29.3tchg SALE Follow the staff Intake Clerk- TWO BEDROOM furnished SERVICES FOREST HEIGHTS available. Free estimate. !, 179 hp Mercury excellent r
carpeted. $2400. Keytlone' FOR sign position: North toward prison. 3 BR,
121,13REDUCI trailer. Central air and Hand/Man Fence Co tPhone
condition. $3,500.
Height 473-2910. tlnchoMASONRY to new from. home on Hutchiton Two college re
year 2 both. Only $1000 down.
SAFE and fait withPaBpsa heat. 2/3 of ocre, garage. 964-8359. TFch"W"'TSON'S
Road PostmastersVlllog. be substituted ; BILL'S SAW SHOP Completesharpening 533.2153 or I
Tablet and E-Vapwater WORK Block quired. May $149 month. $100. d.po.ltand Occupancy 60 days from HOUSE OF '
service, circular 964-6318. Itpd 1213'ELECTRIC
brick stone. Specialising Infireplaces ., lake Geneva. 2BR.2BA with one yours experiencedealing
pill. Andrew Phar tint month' rent. Off hand carbide, approval date. Sp.clal VACUUMS. Many brand FURNACE Brand i
12/6 4tpd 12/27. new or rebuilt. w/w carpet occett to with public. EK SR 225 near prison. Phone financing available. Affordable of Used : f 11 I
.
",qcy. chain mower blade hollow new vacuum Rudd. 91.000'BTU' i
.
No job too (large or too Lake Hutchison. See bet. perlence In eligibility deter. 964-8984 after 7 p.m. 12/13 ground and balanced Hornet, 531 W. Call machine available. Port now } (
'LWI '100 FORD Phone
197 mall. Call 473-2841. tfnchg ween 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. minatlon area highly 2tpd 12/13 ***. leave at Jackson Building St.. 9645533. 11/29 3tchg and accessories for all thermostat $150. t
3-speed", manual Iran 6 496-3903. Itpd 12/13
10/25 Itpd 12/13 desirable. Must be a ...1. TWO IEDROOMS Mobile i I
Supply, Stark. or Keystone 12/13 vacuum tyttemt. 404 NW I
differentialand
cyllnd.r.ngin., LAKE LOTS FOR SAlEi dent of Clay County and CAMPER TRAILER 1970 ,
FOR SALEt Kenmore washer Home convenient to shopping His TFchgALCOHOLICS ROBERTS ROADt 9 miles 10th Ave.. Gainesville,
engine under 15,000 model sleeps 1. hot : 1
Keystone Height. and dryer $175 for both. possess a valid driver'* center. No children or ANONY- Week toward prison. One phone 376-7110. TFchg gas t
mites;O.L. springs. n.w alt. Beautifully wooded lot onclear licence. If feel you may Phone 94-3810.. Itchg stave Icebox, good condi
Alto free puppies one you pet MOUS. acre ...tat., 3 BR, 2 bath, BAHIA HAY Argentina
and w.p.;good rubber $900 and bottom lake. male and one female, half qualify apply at Clay County 12/13 \,, Phone 964-S148 or 9646582. fireplace. Payments at low highly fertlllied." Phone tion. Phone 46-3903. Itpd i, ,
or bett offer. 4751044. Good discount for Service Of. ..60 BARN Good trading 12/13 :
term or Malamute 473-4325. Itchy Community TFchg $240 month for .
Itpd. 12/13. cash 1 to 5 ocr.. with nice 12/13 flee, 915 Walnut St.. Green pot. US 301 South. Phone REMODELING BUILDING a QUALIFIED* BUYER. Note: 3 9646071., TFchg.BRICABRAC SHOP Just 197S SUZUKI n 115i good :: i I I

FOR RENTtTwo bedroom tree overlooking lake from CARPENTER WORK, Cove Spring. FL. Itchg 9648993. Itpd 12/13 REPAIRS New kitchens, other plant available. See 21. North ofKeystone condition $400. Phone I
furnished houie, NICELY FURNISHED opening. Hwy 9647523. 12/13 .
compl.t.ly $3.500. $500 down,$50 Remodeling work kitchen 12/13 duplex bath, family room. Brick model under construction Itchy
Ceramics
AC, ihed beautiful view to one BR, lights, water Ht. YARD SALIi Thursday and '
month. Commercial lots on cabinets and trim corp.nter.Reasonable FOR SALE Five acre* on go block concrete. Fireplace today. Affordable Home, doll Indian
lake, $175 p.r month plus furnished. Private entrance tpeclallttt. Griff! Contruction. plaque, Friday weather permit.
available.OwnerSaletman. .
SR-21 North Call Ed SR-214 near KeystoneH.ights.
prices. 531 W. Call St., 9645533. ,
other Item
utilltie. and depoilt. Callw..day. 4734375. Dempsey at.73-2.". tfnchg $300 down. $99.94 and yard. Phone ( Phone 473-2108 11/29 3tchg 12/13 Jewelry 7/26 ting. CAMPER: 4 ft. high.
Phone 473-7042.
964-5464. 12/10 TFchg
4732210. Itpd. or 4732578. TFchgBIRCH' $150 for long wheelbasepickup.
2/22 month. Phone 473-4038
tfnchg 11/1 per WANTED A family needing LIMEROCKi semi
20
TWO BEDROOM mobile yd
12/13. IPM PEST CONT.OLSE.VICIS 368 N. Cherry St..
FOR SALEt 1978 Lincoln Continental or 473-4367 after 6 p.m.3/29 Phone 4'BR, 3 bath home with ALLEN E.
CARAOI BALI Friday and FOR SALE. 1974 Chevy van. home In country): OP FLAl 320 N. a load only. phone 964- 9S7. Itchy
9 to 5 door sedan like lee at corner of Jasmine 12/27 pd. 964-6112- 964-5261. Temple Ave Phone plenty of space. Can movein TAYLOR lawtey. Phone 12/13
Saturday' a.m. p.m. .
n.w condition, low mileage HOUSE FOR RENT Gator 12/13 Christmas If can
and Highland. Price TFchg 9645534. Household petit by you 7823172. TFchg
Road baby PERFECTION HIATI..65.000 .t.-
Immokolee i
and $8.950 firm. Phone 4733053. negotiable. Itchg 12/13 bone lake, unfurnished ONI BEDROOM nAPART* and termites, 11/8 TFchg quality, Note: this home is I ROUND BALES OF NAY SIS btu. with thermostat ;, I
odd auto }
Item, furniture 2tpd 12/13.20 bedroom, 1-bath, MEND Wall to wag\( carpet SEWING MACHINES 70% finished and the firs each Phone Arthur and blower. $50. Phone ,..:

.ndi.'lrchg.12/13. WORK WANTED Home WHOLESALE ..AUCTION! cathedral ceiling, garage. separate living and dining REPAIRED All makes approved buyer will get Catkins, 782-3140 or .k.l, 1
CASH FOR COlDi Sterling repair, roof repair, barn Every Thurtdoy 7 p.m.ToolsGroceries tone fireplace, $300 per room washer and dryer cleaned oiled and adutted. this home. We will not 7823497.: TFchg 9648406. Itpd 12/13 .

Jewelry1, diamond, coin, built painting, room addl. i -Nov.l ti.a Toy' month. Weekend 473-2475 Included. Phone 9645065. ( $10. Work limit application on this CANS SVRUPi Phone TWO ITEMS Refrigerator. 2 .

denial gold. Will.ivl.l .:.yourr.omeony'wmrerAM ,,tlo".,Mt; ""t II.-.I: .,...,EleKtr nU.OUhet; .Mexlcafv day* 269-5008. 3tchg. 12/6. 12/13 2tchg 12/20 guaranteed. James beautiful home In walking 964-5617. 11/29 3tchg years old 1200. ALSO, GE \ !
/ * mon.475-1089.2/) tfnchg. 473-3997-doy, Rd.. Gainesville. Bill Perry MINT w/w carpet convenient AC/DC. 160. Phone
small repair, FORSAUt Two hand-mode and Hwy 16. TFchg bay window for mom and a PORK, GRAIN PIDi Buy
FOR BALD 1974 Honda MR or 4732803after 5 p.m. Auctioneer 4tpd crocheted afghan.. No col. location. Phone OFFICE MACHINE REPAIRS fireplace for dad. Call or direct from form. Killed 496-2332. Itpd 12/13 1
50. 'good condition with 8/23 11/22.12/13 4732583. 9645065. 12/13 2tchg Phone 9646502. Stark. CROCHETED AFGHANS! 1
Phone
tfnchg lect call come to Affordable cut and wrapped. 758<< a lb. "
helmet 473-4229.. 2tchg. 12/20 and Nice Christmas gift*. From
Itcha 12/13 pickup d.llv.ry.1I/15 'Call St..
531 W. Phone
It Home dressed weight.
12/13. 12/20. PURNIfn.D sma.. two 4tpd 126.BRADFORD. $29. 1264 Colby Rd.. I
bedroom house, marriedcouple 9645533. 11/29 3tchg 7823633. 12/6 4tpd 12/27.
1919'SINGERUNCLAIMED / SEPTIC TANK 9647872. Itpd 12/13 I..
LAYAWAY I only $135-month. SERVICE Bradford retlden- 12/13 CHRISTMAS SALE BUY HER SHETLAND PONY. $79. U
PERSONALSERVICES Union County Fids. Phone TWO BEDROOM two bath A VACUUM CLEANER FOR .
to Security depot tlol pump-outs, $45. Com- Palomino. Phone 964 6569 I''
Need retpontlble person 9645417. 12/62tchg 12/13 'merclol and 'Industrial Ful home, CH/A, Bradford XMAS from Al. Young. after p.m. llpd 12/13 !

assume payment of $14 or TWO BEDROOM HOUSCi In ly llcented. Phone County. Finished. ADAMS New rebuilt used Kirby' HANDMADE CHRISTMAS, .

pay""off 'cah balance of FOR RENT INSURANCE country. Plenty of yard and 9648121. TFchg' BUILDERS Keystone Pits. Royal. Hoover Eureka GIFTS for tale: table'

$127.22 on Singer op.n arm CUSTOM MADI hade.. Phone 9646861. REPAIRS REMODELING, ADDITIONS phone 473-4078 or FllterQueen, Sear Elec linen, .afghans. pillows I'

swing machine. Mak.. DRAPEREStFreeestimate FURNISHED HOUSE For sale MAINE INSURANCE AGENCY Itchg 12/13 No |lob too largeor 473-2056. Itchy 12/13 trolux. Expert repair service etc. Phone 9648981. Itpd

button hole, sews on but. .. local or rent In lake Butler. Pay 160 S. Lake Ave, lake too tmoll. Fireplace TWO 3-BEDROOM homes: 2 on all moke 22 year 12/13 ,

t'! !tr->{m.onogrom*>> fancy'd..i"n. distributor lor completely Ilk. rent own.r financed. Butler 4963978. Complete kitchen, etc. WADE BEHR baths, CH/A, Clay County experience. 3 mile Northof DINETTE TAILI with 8 :
., stretch tltche., washable Three bedrooms. Call construction ... Phone944.6918.12l32tchg 'I
nationally Insurance Service TFN CONSTRUCTION lawtey under Slar. US 301 chair, like Phone :
efq. Free home trial and free advertised Gards.tt.Draperies. 496-2842. 12/6 tin chgj. EVERYONE IS INSURABlll 782-3973 11/29 TFchg ADAMS BUILDERS 12/20 473-4309. new.12/13 t l' ,
home demonttratlon. To*.. SAW Enterprise CARS REGISTERED NURSEi Itpd "I
473-4470
Immediate coverage by Keystone, or 1978 TS 2SO SUZUKI 900 YARD SALE 4 lam III.. Ilk. I
effl credit manager collect *. Ed or Lomo TWO BEDROOM MOBIL,, phone JOB USHIRAOINCY19S.2126 Newborn specialist now 473-2056. Itchy 12/13 mile, excellent. condition : : .
904-376-4467. tin 12/13 Stephen. 496-2219. 3/1 HOME one both on 1/2 or TRUCKSOWNER accepting reservations for TWO BEDROOMt, 2 bath |lust broken In. Take overpayment new clothes, adult and i' I,

AMERICAN LEGION BINGO TFN. ac.. of land. $100 per 4962903.TFN family day care opening home, covered deck, Clay $' 7.05 per children; )Jewelry, toy*. '
Highway 21 north. Saturday month. First and lost In ad MUST SEUl 1976 toon. Very young infant' County on lake Brooklyn, month. Phone 9647581. gas range.. etc. 301 North \
'
-t. and Sunday 2 p.m. "OSTREWARDtlost vance. No pet. No CHEVY LUV Pickup red only. Just North of Lowt.,. water at Smith Bra. Body Shop. \ .
p.m. paved street city Itchg 12/13 .
'
Public Invited tfncha 10/18 children. 1/4 mile from with topper 4 cylinder, off 301. Phone 782-3949. llnl.hed. ADAMS' acre* from Stuckey 1 u' I
MULTI YARD SALE Saturday
Worthington Post Office 38,000 miles "'T.'C. excellent 12/6 21chg 12/13 Saturday Dec. 19 until 6 I
r MARY KAYCOSMETICS blue tick Highway 18 Broker Rood FOR SALE condition $3200 GRANDMA WILL BABYSIT BUILDERS Keystone, 10 a.m. until. Two fomules. p.m., Sunday until 6 p.m. :. !
?
hound Nov. 30. Palestinearea. 473.4078473.2056. Itchg different Item 552 .
call 196.2308,12/S tfn chfl. firm. Can be seen anytime New Year Eve my home, Many Itpd 1213CERAMIC ."
Collar hat wrong 1213rHREE Madison St.. Storke. Itchg .
; across ttreet from post office any age. Phone 9646362. GIFTS 3 mile f
telephone number. Has 1974 PINTO STATION. BEDROOM HOUSE
.
12/13
12 X 65 FTt 2 bedroom In.Brook.r, Phone 12/133tchg 1227HOISESHOEINGr North. US 301 Al Young. :
b.
\ LoUise Starling 752-6601 should WAGON. Automatic, location four 825
trailer. Call 496-2458 after 489-1259.. TFchg Trimmingor goad near SEVERAL ITEMS 12/13 2tehg 12/20
963-3143 Billy Sanders, radio heater, air, 72.000 Madison St. Church. Largelot each. Dune
.. TFN. PLYMOUTH FURY lift 1965. corrective work. 12 tire, $25
6 Evenltg. 473-3092 12/13 2tpd. t. V;, ,5;30, p.m.,j', & 12/13,, mile, good condition li 4door. Phone 7823085. year experience, Larry with tree 22500. Buggy $375. Two-tpeed FEEDER PIGSl Phone

: Keystone Height ,, good go mileage. $995. 12/6 2tpd 12113. LaFolI.".. Starke, Owner financing with rear end vacuum *h. 1971Plymouth ,96/-6525. 12/6 Jlchg j

..; ..' 4311114. TFN. 1971 VOLARI Station 964.6273.12/13 TFchg $2.000 down, negotiable. $295. Call 12/13.. ti

i. '....'.. ..tre.lCCRATO.FRflZIRl__ ,______ u 13, IA.O nvVV'____.. AC. PS. PS. 1 o k. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Phone 496-2554. 12/13 782.3321 after car 5 p.m. Itpd '!

cu. ft.with Ice maker lest up payment Phon. In my ham., CR 225, Mon. 2tpd 12/20 12/13 ..

than 2 year old. $200. 7823961. Itchg 12/13 day thru Friday. Phone 13 ACRE FARM with haute APPLESEED
Also AC-DC BCW TV $60. 1973 IMPALA CHEVROLET! PriKllla Kenney. 9647376.;
196.29Bve land. Ten
t trailer
b on pecan ANTIQUES
N6. 121 496-2352: 12/13 Itpd.1979SINOU .
One owner, fully equipped Itpd 12/13 ,0 tree. Phone 964.8077.
,
excellent condition ''te a\t Call
Realtor 10/4 TFchg. 103 W.gnoll.,
Jan. S. Usher, very clean. $950. Phone

360 West M.in f1 Lek. ewl.e UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY 4682818. otpd 12/13 964.6642 Orssn Cov. 8prinO',
Need responsible person to 1971 TOYOTA CELICAi Blue, HELP ,
"INVESTMENT assume payment of $1.01 excellent condition. Phone : Don't Miss Your VACUUM SALE MondayS.Wrday. .'
REAl ESTATE- off cash balance of 4734309. Itpd 12/13);) WANTEDTRUCK 9:30: to 5:30. Sunday 12,6 *
; of the saw mill here In lake Butler and alto the news of IBM In 1. pay Favorite Programs AUTHORIZED DEALER
With the news 1974 PINTO station
C A.ifcT $17.22 on Singer open arm wagon. rW&lrlifin :
l In Union
for County.
!:; ,there he.been on Incr_...of become buyer greater property the pike willIit.", sewing machine. Make AT. $1,495. ADAMS AUTO DRIVER Part-time for fAST SERVICE FOR ROYAL VACUUM :'

J:' demand far ho STSInterett, ,rate high, end avelleblllt of money scene button hole; pews on but. SALES Keystone, delivering furniture CLEANERS } i
.. lv" 473.4470.'Itchg 12/13 5I' ,
yo"OWNER sip. -FINANCING"- I.I the LIFESAVER end where the market li NOW. j ton designs, monogram. stretch ttltche fancy*. ,1979 LUV PICKUP like new throughout and Florida.mature.Experienced AdvancedElectronics THE ALL METAL ,1

etc. Still In warranty. Freehome $..595. "'DAMS-A'UTO Phone 964-7347. 12/13 VACUUM CLEANER 2" Thtu 6" ,
"SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK"El..i \ trial and free homedemonttratlon. SALES Keystone, 2tchg 12/20 AI Young Ml. N.301.Ph. .
Fast
To' *..call 473-4470.: :Itchg 12/13. CLERK TYPIST Job opening 9 ItTexas RotaryDrilling
tie E. CHIBt Btarke
I. ....... i'/\ blocks from .AIFORO IMess.dlen credit collect '1977 VOLAREt" 2 door. AT Jan.3 1980. For more In Equipment 't
assumed to quelilld buys.Cj I manager- AC. $2.699. ADAMS AUTO .
mad be
t :iE'sent mortgage 904-370-4467. Hn 12/13. formation contact the Fla. STATE LICENSED
/ :-i0wmor reedy" to seta Make CH.r today. SALES Keyttone.4734470.Itthg State Employment Service, ....................q
:::;::::: .: .. 12/13 Stark. 12/13 2tchg 12/20 iran Onion Sets
mll.siem ,.
(:3 tell.autlful 3 8R. 2 Bath hame. Approi'2: lake littler : .Carl FillyawPl.mbiag 1974..VAN DODO AT. AC extra WINDOW clean BABYSITTER NEEDED In mv\\ Ea. Under ....Pumra! .....1
r: c Ont.H/A. win carp./, on 1 cre/ den.. w/flr.plocel4froted,. th..vllho. home weekday Phone i 3 1,000
y $1,999. ADAMS AUTO
Ji ...,.*. ',' .'1 'J. SALES Keystone, 964.7499. 12/13 2tchg '. 2' EL Per 1.000 New I Used

..:: ;1it: lEI IS TO BUY .\: :Ii t; 12/20 ,
'
; 'i 1'I.; : .. 473-4470. Itchg 12/13 t ; Phan.133.3310r SaI..PattI-Servic.
:':.:.s r .. Sin Ie. Co. I97 CHEVY PICKUP .Step.tide. .

C;;d WOITHINOTON SPRINGS 2'% lot.I pdvse} a secluded. w/thrue end RL 4 Box lOft ,. AT, ADAMS AUTO ASS ASPHALT PAVING) E.Z Terms ;
: ':Y:Er 1'/\ bath nrobge home en aaoal !ALES. Key.fone. 5Ica 81' Help Wanted ...... ........
..., 2 ""eke.1f S. 12\. Owner moving sal._of town says SELL. SELL. Price.' I.'redIlCH. )juke city FUJ. 473-4470 hchg 12/13 Oeneml 1 Paving, Repair" i Cerrectlenel offService ees I. ... .....

Don't 1'1I1. THIS buy. ':. ," ;N .: 5j'hon. 785-0663, 1974 CHIVY PICKUP TRUCK. And ReturfMina' Dflv...ry*, PANELING I State Career position PIumInci!

rownerRn6nii,6.' ", ..'>111: 3SO V.., AT PB, PS,37,000.mllai. Ptrfclng, Lot.. Road. Clo. I at oil male correc ...u.e.e..e. ... .

-**Smell acre Iv.ds.vallabfe : If Na AnSwer extra clear. $3,450. Cat M.eclenny9efor CENTER tlonoInstitution.

1; Cm Aflr I P.M. Phone -.508.ltpd12/13_ BA.M.and Alter' 8PM. Qualification Include IB New Installation

[ .L.ge .Ie trod far ..1.."._.; lIeH. ( l .. .-- 904-2S9-3083 It Ita .tpd( PanXlnojj Molding I year of age. high school Repsk's "

cropl....., 8 Planted pines. KHcrtert Cebtoef diploma" er Florida GED, Mmod.ang :
Posture, .' ".'1'1.3"' "t :,., ',t' characterbackground ...................... '
t 'i, .J{,y.'t't CAREER OPPORTUNITY a* local r.pr.s.n+ M Co nt8f'To.- good

."Shaw'.Addltlen" It_. ._...1 H" big'7din1' ;\ g ".. .trC.lfeftt1''t'.fltI_. .I( tattv for one of fh: notion'( Targott Int uranctr WE PAY CASH .Van..... K and passage Salary rr nss '

".. 1'both... career. CI lot. Will eeRHMA; to,.quaiilled uy".11; TODAY. $.', co..The> penon.we a 4.k 'U mature, doing w..IIO || I of range Mate(19.667 exam..$12seran ........ta......... ,
located FREE
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I ,:....!., 't $_ <-'ft.. ,* pr ..nt job,:'yf eoirwrwhot Impatient With SCRAP BATTERIES I molly 40 hour shift work i

.bath. CB heu.. on lendsceped fenced beck ,rf**' Home In ..- progr.**. No pt.yloul"| xp.rt.nc->-). $440 Ea. .ESTIMATES | week. OJT approved j for PUMP SUPPLY :

tl.'cer7? mto' '' cent H/A. w/W carpet;dr.p.tfdlshwesha.A'n. ; hove ''ALUMINUM CANS vet ronAn equal oopor*
complt training
; nsK sary, a >v pro IYAKIHf.Jt.liH COMPANY ,
: t ;';lo7t I ....9 .:' tvntly employer'Atftrmeitve 4ts64
l ) 22 Ib.
M Eam -
luml.h. .j.,1tr grqm. MrvhI.'yiI.oM1aneflfitlndydogroup '' ,
1 Action
I *2 Owner BR home. ley P-rtl-ll M.1........ .,,-' ..\i ,, )t7>.":.(.....tlfc\ '. J(, ,." 'o 'InsrlaadirN] 6.i e>(cftcardltat> ( .nfa) ,;ALA OTHER METALS I 60. I. Employer', '. Interested per: N. Tempe AY.: rt18111ke

and r.tlrt>m.n benef.1b..l pclj!!nJ gppQrttfnWty SILVER COINS 8. I ions'should' apply to personnel
140 Thompson 8t
WANTED fIa. J r,
for future manag*m.nt. For:"interview call I Union Correctional .

i need .wnei flnenc!no.TlOO Mr? MKristolf.rsal, SoltHrnonogtr' Jtt.?_< BRADFORDBATTERIES Old Coe Cote PSMM. Institution.Relford Flo.P.O.32083.Box.(904)221,)
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to S ece Catuafty f In Cx : 904/237-5642. Frlrlayl9;' 30 INC. J .
1--- >. : 904-0711 431-1212. 12/13: 2tchg 904 TOQ1' i ,

to 200 ACRH-Salt..ble for cree.. cattfe. Need) >ome owner financing. to noon.,904/376-6621. 838 N. Temple .!-- .7_ t7;') '.,":i.



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