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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01737
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven ,
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I easily een above the hustle and bastie "i 1n Increased Gas Rateseas

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, For northbound traveler, eau customers are going to see an increase in theirutilities Edwards said a rate, study could cost the city\ around
\ US-301.: n gaily colored message;4 ;billa in'' February after city commissioners 30.000 or$40,000 and be questioned where the money would
remind them of jingle bell and San* Vernon Sllcox said the
the come from Mayor-Commissioner
, unanimously agreed Tuesday night to pass on gas price
Y ta Clan and all the celebration Involved hike ta consumer study Is a long overdue necessity .n1 the money would be
[ 1' n In a Merry Christmas above found for the study ,
Cat have been going everywhere and the city\I.
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Other residents have
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I 1 ( ; decorated beating capacity) over the past year. The city la now pay.Ing goes up hike therm will be to
their home, making; 22 cents therm. Florida Gas will ask for another increase The rate of nine cents per passed on
i ,'iI'w leisurely .Ighw e", drive ...11 per to Edwards consumers after commissioners unanimously agreed the
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/' 1 ad. i'1 55EarlyDeadlineNext ga* 26 to :37 cents hike was necessary.
Residential customers are paying per
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"We're than we're getting said Commissioner
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therm] commercial users who UM 1,500 to 3,000 therms per '
t Ted Oglesby, speaking for all the commissioners.That t
month are 21 cent
: The utilities paying committee met with the bond trustees,.who* the Director of Utilities be upgraded with the possible .
Evidentiary Hearing is Proper.Course. for the : requirement of being an electrical! or Industrial
recommended !three. alternative! city:
full entire ,
tIa engineer with authority over the utility system.
t Have engineer Harold Slmms, of Orlando determine \
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could in 30 If the city ,
rate study be completed: days. not
Courthouse Allocation\ 8 should increase the electricity surcharge by a certain ;" See Starke. Commission ?;i S : :' t
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doctrine relating ,to Within 30,days and asked for six months to complete ,.tbe-s miff n arrler
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ordered to determine who can control, ','Ya.wn bases his stand on the doetrine allocation of courthouse spacc"statea itaOyfff: ; to ahead and> 'tl. '
'. the District Court m Its rufcs : Commissionerunanimously; agreed go -u i ihaye ,r r" '., j
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allocation of space In the courthouse- powers ,an estimate on prices for a rate study. v !, .t tsAwSpAy
the county commission or the.circuit: powers not specifically assigned the < e Courthouse Space, IA) .. .' 1'" '
court... '. court'lit law or the Constitution but a .. -' ,., .10::. .. .
';-.A, Tilling this weekby the First1islrict court doctrine ,which states a court ... '.'..' ", ';' :"i;".,. .'. [
Court of Appeal calls for a must have power to operate efficient
hearing I to determine the necessity ofthecourt's ''y- : ;','r t.;'" ,;,.',": ., I
continued use'of second The county represented/ by' attorney : "" '5 'fIIo'0. < ;. :. II
'floor:courthouse space the countycommission Dudley Hardy, maintains it 1 Is.?" ... ;: I
wants to reassign to the the responsibility of the county com II
state'attorney and public defender. mission to allocate space to the court ," Dear Santa N P. L4z
The county has been stymied since 'system. Hardy admits the court has I
last;July by Chief Judge Theron A. the right to control the space assigned. :. ( T
Yawn-of the Eighth Judicial Circuit to it for court purposes
who.Issued a temporary Injunction, The ruling also labeled !
then a permanent one to prohibit the "premature" Yawn's order that the ,ptcja
countyfrom reassigning space for county pay the legal tab for the ap NU 4.iC aKOfaRLo STACKS COMMUNITY CHORUS !
purposes other than planned when peal. ;pox, CHRISTMAS CONCEIT
court in 969 1.00: ".M. I
assigned to the system 4
when the courthouse was built. q, /'MAq' IHS' Auditorium...** f
Yawn was county judge here for 20years Index... ..
and designed the second floor of Irks Udg U02Chrlltmot .. t
courthouse; which was entirely' Party I I
assigned to the court. For a small TWO SECTIONS '(30...,.).."" '
county Bradford has some of the SECTION At' I .
ffrtesl:court facilities to be found in Society. Pages SA-IA .. ,- P Oaw j';. .RtsvmhlS 21 1.1,4.
the state. Editorial . . Page 4A ''''\., '',,' p ", TWRKIV. SHOOT
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.TIMurrent dispute 'involves tht'county' LegatsaReal, Est.. Page UA '. '. .' f'a'ahy.' ,l,, t.k.C&vkC.oP.r! I
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attempt to erect walls>> in the I.' ,.A.M.M.. : I
present grand jury room for space for SECTION' Bl'Sports. 4 1"' ( ') "" .""
the state attorney. The moves involve ... Pages'8,48,58,1..10a / .;. .,',. /t ': vc ; 1.e.QVGCIWQLWZ4..., ni t
the grand jury room, its witness C""lfledi" . Pag.1O31IBObituaries. o' ..' .e.... i ". '.' ..: 1 j.', .',;\.,..",' "., > s CNasTMAS tvf" .-..
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With (Chrbtma falling en Tuesday ear most pc;
Telegraph laff off Ionday and Tuesday. advertising news M needed e AliO ,UStAtl. _'tOU'
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Deadline far dipUy advertising will .be noon Monday. Dee. 14. ,? ',. ('tYt ArM '," ,''ii) > .cQ.j "Y'f;f "t oJ' ,\ :
Person having new Item for the Dec.<< 27 paper are requested t fo hair N ". "i< ,, 'I, .. "'
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\\0 '. Lawtey 4-II et. bog was atefe.. get up. considered daneroi*.
..... .... .. ... .1. Barry lot of the school bus Tuesday Nearby. large veUow dog lay It's ..n aftertbe-faet .... Roddtofesaid.
to find bis two prise Yorkshire dead stint by a neighbor who came. "You can't do aaytWng unta* w.i
"I bop Ale* and Annie bad beea the Gnann farm armed. It took 12 damagtedo0e."t-::::::
; :: -, 'a '., mangled beyond saving by three buckshot to kid the dog Mrs. Gnann County commissioners Jxaiar r
A' dogs. said The two other dogs, one a red discussed a dog control ordinao ,
.V ... .A'. Owned by residents of the setter, fled the seer but are reluctant to go to the expense; r
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.... .. \ ., neighborhood vest of Lawleyjtat off Mrs. Gnann says she knows who the of establishing a dog pound and a'por- "
./ SR-13S. the dogs apparently banded dogs belong &0. but declined to say. son to round up stray dogs -
I together In an early morning raid on MeL Gnann thinks the county A price tag of 150.000 to $100.00 _
the bogs valued at about 1300 each. should have a law requiring that dogs placed: oa the cost of esUf '
Mrs. Bobbie Gnann stepped outside be kept locked up. w .
dog control taw by county fatbe.n
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days to see what her the Another neighbor. Leon SWaged With money already expected.:.__.....-
was Coming op Starling said be Is afraid the extremely next year. commisslonerr*:...
driveway was a neighbor who bad dogs might; attack small calves in his arerehictanttogetintoanynewpro :. 7':'
heard the bogs squealing in the early pasture.Mrs. grams. -__._--- -
morning hours. Gnann phoned the Bradford
They' found the three dogs chewing sheriffs office, but there is little the Commissioners prefer toreskteots itaa
on the ears and lees of the two hogs department can do. Deputies Robert take care of the pro
each prize Yorkshire weighing Green and Glen Moore visited the rather than Increase the 446
around ISO paa>er. A neighbor badju.t G ann farm and took pictures of thebop. bureaucracy. .
recently showed Mrs Gnann a Privately, commissioners tdflpk .
bill of sale for 19 such bags which. : Without a county ordinance to enforce suchbetheeme as Mrs. Gnann. to :
brought over COO each she said. ,the Sheriffs Department has to dogs. Dog owners s
Ears of the hogs were pulled out of abide by aa ambiguous state law control their dogs or not be swvrlsed...
their beads and were laying on the which says only dogs which are runn if they get shot when tIotheri.ntF

ground. One hog had a front leg chewed loose and be vicious" m0000'. farm animals one almost in two and was unable to may be Sheriff -
picked up. Dolph RedmoreonSTARKECOlIlUSSIONlromP.l- boner ukL
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f Stl City Roads To Be Improvedmanimously Also Lucas asked the city clerk to work up a feasabOif_ -,*C;J!{

study for the bond trustees so the$3.7 million In bonds fOr
the sewer system can be validated
CcnmIssIonen resolution Circuit Judge Osee Fagan is expected to rule Thursday f '
passed a calling whether the city Is allowed to sell the bonds. = srar
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for bids
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repaYing resurfacing several city roads
The feosabiiity is Busutility .
as part of(310.000 Housing and Urban Development HUD study necessary to determine
/ grant system.! can support the new system" Lucas said.
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Jim Lucas engineer with Bessant. Hammock .t ."
Ruckman told commissioners of the roads to be improved ; :: : '" "
and paved which: include Chestnut, Oak. Keller and Utilities Write-Offs Total 91.215 "' -'' O: '
Florida Streets to be paved and Old Lawtey Road and : : .
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/ Crosby Street to be resurfaced.A sidewalk will be installed ,-
M N on Old Lawtey Road from Estelle to Brownlee Streets.
Lucas also asked commissioners to approve two ease- The city absorbed 11,215 in bad utilities debts foe the :tis.-
ment right-of-ways for the sewer and irrigation system to month of November- total of 26 non-paying customer. '- .._
be partially funded by the Environmental Protection Agar Clerk::: Edwards said the write-offs are from customers-- x?:
cy. who leave town without paying their bills.He also said their : -.
Commissioners agreed to relinquish the easements on are no repeats on the write-offs. ..-" -ir: '.
US-MI by McDonald's restaurant and by the railroad Edwards said customers: have 21 days to pay their:bill.-,*..
tracks behind the Hardy Subdiris Cft.) however, they are often given longer period of time:::He:vf::
The EPA grant should be awarded in January, Lucas added that the*86 utilities deposit usually is not enough to-* '"
p. said. cover the bills of people who left town. --;:: asc.r;
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new BUS Girls Glee Club were heardin near capacity as the Bradford Middle Earth.Their choral technique came:. 4
concert last Friday night under the School Chorus a 90-voice group launched into play mast effectively in the two- :. 3.J;
direction of Don Hardy. the program with a timely rendi- and three part arrangement of."DoYen ',,m
, Hear What I Hear."a traditional ,, '-,-
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1 yuletide favorite. ? :- n
--.-..- .Hardy introduced the 2$-voce glee..:..:r.
, J Weekend Trend PredictedCamp dub. praising its progress since: the: .. .. ,
the Warming organization in late August.Favorites .. :
Examining Damage... among its four numbers Friday night, -

I Ii Blanding reported a surprisingly low 29 degrees early Wednesday were an innovative" arrangement, ._
tone-true .
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morning while) WPXE weather station recorded 32. Tuesday low aBlandiDgwas34 \ Night a : .
31n Gaaf's.'amaAf'Ioonf'oIhli.bogs. : bring grown for a Ml project by Barry Guano. 13. salcripplt4be.nd .- degrees..while Starke recorded another ST; ..".<". < ., ra-eapello versos of "0 Come wMhXe .?*
savi.g Titrvdj) horsing by a pact'of were lo be rnlrrrd in the Faithful," .
county fair. ... ,
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llriltll Drfc rr. hog Thebes. kkfc had t0KiiMnU<< "Tr no rain. cI.ff1.;. clouds f '". .,.,. Ooeiag tbe.trHMKt )prog> fnJ.-/wa/ $.3tiuO

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} "partly cloudy and warmer." Chorus ending with the inspiring; ..
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,. '.. ESTABLISHED 190 So far December has brought an average of 4.5 inches of rain to Bradford "Climb Every Mountain and- a ',
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county with the bulk of it-over four inches-coming on December spirited :
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"HaUulujah Chorus" by Beethoven... --_
The Forest Service warned of Tire danger even though there has been :
loan 1:3U.5:1I: adequate rain.The public is asked to be extremely cautious when burning The audience's appreciation' of tbe.1-, .
trash or any other type Tire. varied choruses and Hard, s.d.irnl ..-
The start this weekend is that it will be fair to partly cloudy and lion were evidenced: by standing ova. <
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I;;:1',.",; ',', Vote of Confidence Given Bus Driver II IIA


11'1.' of confidence has bon given About a docen persons stopped her Once such a complaint .is lodged 1
'",f.';., ,.,,l.., i,. "," a B school bus driver, Mrs. In Stark. to make positive eommentaabout against a school employee an Investigation \
,.1'', ":;,. 1':. Mary whose competency to Mrs. Mayben, said board must be made SUp I
,,' i"j'I drive uestiClftlld! l* t month by a member Pat Spongier. Casey said in November. j
'oJ, neigh Bonnie Davis.' Several I other Brooker area
residents also expressed confidence: Board chairman Arthur Gasklns i
"It wO'1la po lUve report\'Sup fai the driving of Mrs. Mayben. who asked that the board minutes reflect ,
f ,; Tom.Casey told the school board Monday "- thaaked her friends and neighbor for that Mrs. Mayben has been found.to i
night when a dozen or so Brooker tie support they exhibited. be a competent school bus driver. 1 1I
residents appeared in support of Mrs I
ti Mayben, driver of bus number 24.. One school board member told the'
tj 1{ Director of Operations Lennard Telegraph the Issue was apparently a
fj Register investigated since the Nov. squabble between close neighbors.Mrs. .
I II Ii Io 19 complaint raised against Mrs.
Mayben. Register's 1 -page report Davis presented petition IfP ?
i was submitted after he followed Mrs. bearing 22 names to the school board ,
4 n tJ Mayben'S bus on its rounds. Nov. 19 and the Investigation was set wr
I ? Into the driving of Mrs Mayben.
"I'd like to see a stop put to the har- _:
rassment," said James Countryman, Mrs. Davis told the school board of t
in opening the discussion Monday several Instances which she said According to the AMA. oft
t ,'" night Countryman is a substitute bus demonstrated Mrs. Mayben In- water I II better for hair
4 j/fI,1. driver and said he accompanied Mrs. capable of operating a school bus. and skin than hard wsttr.
show her the route and
( ,J 1 I f; Mayben i
found Mrs. to be
Mayben a capable
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w. t, t'l1'L'11\ ( ,"" ." driver' Countryman said the two I
:," small accidents which had happenedto
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I Pell's'Better Half Had 'em Laughln I

: Ward Pell, wife of Gator Coach Charley PeU. drew the Club Vice-president Jimmy Reddish.Pell, and President palm In one tree case with Mrs.the bus Mayben,and in brushed another a SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS 6 P.M.
1 night's biggest laugh when she preceded her husband to Gus Konelouso, pictured from left to right, were amused she rode off a culvert while backingup
, the podium at the end-of-lhe-yeir Starke Gator QB ban. along with| the 149 listeners. In a hard rain, Countryman said. WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M.

I I que&. ., Kcyiton Uon Club
Board member J.T. Parrish, from Kcytton Height. ,...
the Brooker area, said he talked to Call 473.4177 9
to 5
Pell Steers Crowd Toward neighbors of Mrs. Mayben ... "and I p.m.
don't, see any Rroblem at all withMary's 473.2007 After 5 p.m.
driving :


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University of Florida football coach Before Pell took the floor his better could count on to perform for us whenwe FREE '149* 1 1I
Charley Pell, whisked in a half hour half, Ward Pen introduced her husband needed a job done. I believe now I I :
late after one of his biggest recruiting relating her version of their have a much better Idea of who we
days at UF, quarterbacked 145 well- marriage to provide the night's most can count on In the clutch. CHAIN SAW i iI
the "We're have weeks of t tI
wishers towards a glad-handing comical stretch. Included among going to 12 .
discussion of what they agreed Is a insights given by Mrs. Pell was that running and conditioning before we s
bright Gator football future at last Charley's request for her hand In start Spring\ drills and I am going to I I for Christmas! {
Thursday's end of the year Starke marriage came after a promise to cut down on my speaking ; ;
Gator QB Club gathering. Pell dwell- Jacksonville State University Ala..) engagements by at least two-thirds,17
ed only momentarily on the misery of that he was soon to be married. Pell Pell promised.He I ulan i
the Just-completed 0-10-1 '79 cam- was applying for his first head talked of the recentlyapprovedsouth Po Micro 25 :. 'j I II
paign when he followed his wife to the coaching Job at the school and the promise endzone expansion at'Florida i
microphone the Starke Golf'and of marriage sewed up the lob Field, which will up capacity to 72,000 with 14" bar & chain, sprocket n....
Country Club Instead saving his most offer from an administration lookingfor seats and add 12,000 parking placesby
serious moments for a call to arms of a family man- at least that's the the time USC opens the 1981 season I :
Gator supporters. way Mrs. Pell told the tale.: "You can with UF In Gainesville. "By that time This 14" Poulan Chain Saw will be given to the winner of a drawing I

A cocktail hourattitude adjust- see Charley was a very confident we can be capable of competing with at 12 December 24th at Poulan dealer
noon
your :
ment time it was calledand the young man even then, she noted. USC or anybody, he predicted. e 1
direction by Club President Gus PeU didn't dispute the story once introduced "We're capable of playing exciting,
Kopelousos to dig in to the steak and "I won't tell my side of It aggressive, championship calibre I
potatoe dinners while waiting kept until after Christmas," he said. In- football." i
club members, fdends, and Gator stead he forged Into a discussion of Pell also had time for a few verbal fItoma3acCfeflan Supply Co.
followers occupied until Pell, his wife the Gator future, spotlighting on the tackles of FSU. "I wish they'd playedour
Ward, and part of his recruiting corps support of "Born Again Gators from schedule and 1 would have liked to 4308 N.W. 13th St.!
arrived at 8:30.: Kopelousos explainedthat Key West to Pensacola", Improvements play theirs," he pondered. And when H
Pell was on the recruiting trail in made in UF's athletic he revealed "there's 312 days left and TO REGISTER: Complete this coupon & drop it in drawing box at 4308 NW 13th
Tampa and Orlando,and would fly In- furnishings, and a new philosophy of I'm just itching at the bit, the near St. No purchase necessary, Q
to Gainesville and arrive shortly. spring-time head coaching."I packed house knew he was talking of
The Gator head man wasted little did the poorest job of coachingI've the 1980 Gator-FSU tussle. - -- - - - -- - tarami
time after his arrival and Introduc- ever done," PeU assessed, after ,

tion to'give'the' audience sufficient first saying Gator pride is bruised but Name: . . . . . . . Phones . . . .. .. I
reward for their wait. Pell detailedthe not gone. He explained that in an ef- .
signing:' 6-3j US tight end Charlie ."l I'ifort to bring together what he feltwas, HICK'SLANDSCAPE > .... Address .'.. ,.' .. ,. .', . .: . St .I
Kerr and his Tampa Plant teamate ...a fragmented himself UF footballfollowing to '', ... .. .. .. ,....... ... .u.: irtHI.r "/Complete: ?,.,. ) contest rules on dlsptery City,ert storo.ael.'t.-. "n I......... "...r.8.'K4 .r.Wu.l lI "
Charles:Dowiileucand tnsutJsequenei s(t4ie sacrificed a murderous I m 8'
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Orlando schedule of speaking engagements. I
signing of two 245 pound area '
linemen. "Five times between August and aO - - -- ai - - -- -

"We will sign two from Miami Fri January I set my feet beneath my Shrubbery TrimmingMulch
day" Pell promised. "This has beena own table for supper. I felt we did a Delivered By Pickup Load.
great day for the University ofFlorida. great deal towards bringing this
."'The two Miamians were In- University and its people together (Cypress Pine)
ked, along with a Ft. Lauderdale product behind a common goal but in so doingI Firewood $35
bringing the Gator total to 21 didn't spend enough time with my \
preps signed. players. We just didn't know who we Pickup Load I It

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Still!) at LargeTwo JOYOUS rt I 1 ,


inmates who escaped from the
Reception and Medical Center in r"S\
Lake Butler Dec. 13, were still at NOEL
large Tuesday afternoon, accordingto
a spokesman for the Department of ,j
CorrecJo( '
Let look
DOc:spokesman David Skippersaid us ,
there, were no new developments to
after the two inmates left the prison Bethlehemanew IM
grounds through an open back gate at
the facUitj Thursday in a white state '
van arid Were seen heading toward
Gainesville SR-121.
The :.two::were discovered''missing
C & D GARAGE
about I20 p.m.: and the 1973 Dodgevan

was seen.'. a few hours later travel CORNER HWY 100& CHURCH ST .
ing south.. i?
Thomas;:Edmund Willard, 28, serving 98<4-8400
fJe-':'years for burglary and ::
forgery imPinellas County, worked In
the motof:pool at the time of his
escapes:said Skipper. The other Inmate .
Redu$Roscoe Shepard, 38,was r.4
sertedtwo: 'concurrent four-year
sentences' sale of a controlled drug
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Page4A TELEGRAPII December ZOo It79 ;

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etJiTORiAlS '. Lqwtqy Correctional Institution's New Chapel: 7

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Dedicated Friday Before Audience of 500. 1



Christmas 1879 .' Y ...;, !
Inmates and staff of Lawtey Correctional ""4-1r.t: INNI
Institution received I .
an early :;; ..1'1f.
"Christmas present" last Friday ':.'."..'' t1h.
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afternoon when the long-awaited i '":
.
By this time next week Christmas will have come and gone chapel and religious educatiuon s ,:MI9iarbe y7of
for the 1,979th time. building was dedicated before an "')"
overflow audience of 500. t ti '. .... ,'"I,,'
Somehow, each year the observance seems to get more and t ; 'l b', 'n::
more hectic until sometimes we yearn for the simpler days With a seating capacity of 400, the ,.CT ,
chapel had standing room only as the '" .. ,'.
when the Christmas tree was a pine sapling cut from the superintendents and staffs of T

forest, and mom and pop and the kids actually had time to neighboring correctional institutions :

gather carols. around the old upright piano and sing Christmas Joined dedication.with Lawtey in the Impressive c 1

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r. 11p1 .
Instead of the two or three days holiday which often now Louie L. Wainwright, a Lawtey

goes along with the celebration, up until the turn of the century native Department and Secretary of Corrections of the, Introduced Florida i

Starke stores actually stayed open "for business as the man for whom the chapel is Py"

usual"-at least until time for the traditional Christmas din- named Frederick H. Owen: Jr., who
ner. has served on the Governor a Council ":s.aw
for Correctional Standards under two
.
Almost like a description from Charles Dickens is this Governors, since his appointment in

homey account of a community Christmas Tree from an 1879 1974. Among his many services to the M, RMw

issue of The Telegraph, exactly 100 years ago: correctional strumental In system.establishing Owen a scholarship was in-

fund for youthful offenders in S
Florida.

CHKISTMASTREE IN SPARKMAN'S11ALL
Secretary Wainwright said that em-
The Union Sunday School Christmas Tree, exhibited phasis on the "whole person" In the J
at Sparkman's Hall on Christmas eve was the treatment of inmates has high priority -

handsomest thing of the kind we have ever seen. It "The among religious the program Department at LWCI goals.is Visitors file into new Lawtey chapel for dedicationIn II

contained over 300 presents, some of which were of( designed to promote self improve-
much value. ment for the Inmate and to expose

him to spiritual enrichment and better the building and Individually thanked Guest speakers at the dedication in- Keys to the building were presentedto
There were present some 78 scholars, none of whom prepare him for reentry into society those responsible for its construction cluded Frank Constantino of St. Tompkins by David D. Bachman
received less than two presents, some as high as ,'r Wainwright said. under the supervision of G.-W. Cloud, a former prison inmate and Deputy Secretary of the DOC.'
seven and eight. The selection of gifts and their artistic Sapp, construction superintendent. now president of Christian Ministries.
In commenting on the handsomenew He described the chapel as a symbol
the showed
tree the
arrangement on
plainly chapel, Ramon Gray, director of The chapel, which also houses of- of hope for many inmates who want to Special music was presented by the
good taste and handiwork of fair woman and did Region 2, DOC expressed pride In the fices for the chaplain, a religious return to a normal life in their home Florida Correctional Institution-Choir
credit. to all concerned. ) building, constructed by Inmate library, and religious education from Lowell, and the LWCI Interfaith
labor and said "Our professional rooms, has 7.600 square feet of space communities. "If your heart Is right Choir from Lawtey.The .
The Telegraph came In for a magnificently wrought construction people say it was com and is of contemporary, design to and your mind is right, you" can be
cigar case, filled with delightful Havanas. The fair pleted, not only on time, but with blend with existing structures at anything you want to be, Constan

donor, whoever she may be, may rest assured that the( workmanship that was as good or better LWCI. Blocks used in constructionwere tino said. Other speakers were Max invocation was given by Father
than professionals would have manufactured by the DOC'S Jones,chaplain of Baker Correctional
present is highly appreciated, not only for its ex '" done." work program, and plants used in Institution; James T. Tompkins, Martin Yung of St. Edward's Catholic
quisite beauty and Its valuable contents, but for the landscaping were obtained for the chaplain of LWCI; and William Church Starke; and the benediction

kind consideration which prompted her In making the James Wainwright, LWCI horticulture programs at UCI and Counselman,coordinator of Chaplaincy by Rev Dennis Strong of Antioch
superintendent, also expressed pride LWCI. Services of the DOC. Baptist Church, Starke. "
gift.The i
hall was crowded to its utmost capacity, and

still a great many could not find seats or room to'' ChorusFORESTRY-

I. stand in. Altogether, It was certainly a grand affair, j Starke Community ay

and its management, from first to last, was such as to II_IN BRADFORD COUNTY Mark FriesA I
give entire satisfaction and delight to all-the young, Christmas Concert Dec. 22 .

the old as well as the spectator. '

....... Christmas Concert will be dience will be asked to participate In
) Choosing a fresh tree and keeping it foremost the. trees will usually be
presented this Saturday night at 8 a candle-lite "Community CarolSing" well watered the and
two simplest
And that was the way it was in Starke on December 25,1879in will are fresher because they haven't traveledas
p.m., December 22, in the Bradford It is hoped that this be the most important steps can take to
) the days of wooden sidewalks and gas street lights-or High School auditorium by the Starke beginning of a community traditionfor make your Christmas you tree long- far. One enterprising Tallahassee
perhaps there were no street lights at all-only the lights from Community Chorus. many Christmas seasons to come. lasting and less of a fire danger. resident has also found a way to recy-
cle her Christmas trees by using
{i in Hall.
the "handsomest" tree Sparkman's
II The Community Chorus was formed The program will last approximately Other safety precautions should native species. For several years in
t i this past summer, under the direction an hour. To really get you and your also be taken, such as placing it far the seventies she bought small potted
of Bill McRae for any adult in the entire family Into the old fashioned from heat sources and carefully trees which she planted In the
community who has a little talent and "Christmas Spirit" come on out and checking electrical fixtures. But backyard-after Christmas::.Now she
J a big desire to sing serious music In bring all of the kiddies, aDd enjoy a the importance any of keeping iCwaterqd has her ownmini-pIanta3lo* and intends -
.! County Agents By the past performances, they i have great,evening with the "Starke Community cannot be stressed too much, says the l/fcu"One./ +, each jrpar untilthey're
Chorus", and then start
been very enthusiastically receivedby gone over.
Florida Division of Forestry. A good-
r Bobby the community and the groups Members of the concert chorus are: sized tree in a warm living room can and'Southern
\ Notebook Both Arizona
they have performed for. The chorus cypress
; drink much of water in
First Sopranos Carol Miner, as as a gallon
redcedar would be for
appropriate
j I TaylorPhone has a very polished well balanced 24-hour and the water level
Esther Janet a period
:1 Hardy Cindy McRae
:
professional sound. If you like good this kind of recycling as they are at-
should be checked If it
Turner Ellen every day.
George, Regina tractive at two feet as well as six feet
choral singing like the Fred Waring"Pennsylvanians"
: 9fr4-C280 Holmes, Alison Graudon. dries out for even one day the tree
high. Arizona can even
serve
and the Ray Coniff cypress
not when water is
Second Joan may recover more
Sopranos
Chitty
Singers you will love the Starke Community CarolHayes added.In for a third Christmas-if one-goed
Chorus.In Carolyn Canova Nancy Odom, branch is left where the tree Is cut
This week I would like to discuss thirty days, depending on light and Lovesta Macy, Grace the branch will bend upward and
.,$ about growing cacti-a rather exotic growth rate. High light and rapid addition to many traditional Buckley, Martha McGee, Mary Hum- selecting a tree, check for grow into a new tree in three or foUr
plant family offering a fascinating growth will necessitate more frequent Christmas favorites, the group will phries. freshness by gently stroking the
s variety of sizes, shapes and unusual fertilization. give their rendition of "Let There Be Altos Wanda Bishop Betty Ann needles. They shouldn't break or fall years. j
flowers. I would like to point out that, Peace On Earth, Carol Of the Bells, Phillips. Karen Crawford, Peggy off. Another test Is to lift the tree '
while cacti are relatively easy togrow Christmas cacti need careful watering Have Yourself A Merry Little Neel Carole Stevenson Delyne Pier- several Inches off the ground and New Officers Elected
they do have special needs. Too little or too much water will Christmas The Christmas Song, Lot son, Carolyn Taylor, Sandy Mullins, drop it into the base. If more than a i
Nearly all require less water than cause flowers to drop. The plants How a Rose er'er Blooming, and Shirley Andrews, Charlene Francis, few needles fall off, select another AtSunahineAcrea \
other plants. They should be grown in should receive frequent light water. Messiah's Hallelujah Chorus and also Lou Stevenson Sandra Sanders, tree. Before you take the tree home,
a well drained medium exposed to ings, but the soil never should be And The Glory of the Lord". Several Mable Sanders. ask if the lot attendant can cut an inchor Christmas i
full sun or light shade. And, most cac- allowed to remain wet. Good drainageis special selections will be featured. Tenors;Randy Andrews,Joey Her- two off the base, or do it yourself Banquet ,
U require a winter resting period to essential. Carol Miner will sing "Sweet Little res, George Canova Jr., David before putting the tree in the stand.
t' maximize growth and flowering laterin Jesus Boy", and Bill McRae, "0 Holy Canova, Buddy Paterson. Don Neel, When a Christmas tree is harvested, New officers for the Bradford-
the year. This week I would like to Christmas cacti are hardy plants. Night". A special treat of the eveningwill Denny George David George. it forms a seal at the base of the trunkto Union Association for Retarded
discuss a specific cactus appropriate They're relatively disease free. be a contemporary piano duet of Bass Randall McGee Bill McRae. prevent water loss. Cutting off this Citizens were elected at the annual
I to the approaching holiday season. although over-watering may cause "Jingle Bells" by Joann Canova and Sr., Kevin Neel, Jimmy Tomlinson, portion will allow much more water to Christmas banquet and regular
\ root rot. Mealy bugs are the major in- Charlene Francis, arranged by Ron Patrick Crawford George Canova reach the branches and needles. meeting held Tuesday, Dec,
Christmas is associated with snowy sect problem. Light infestations can Boud. Sr., Warren Stephenson Don Hardy, Sunshine Acres. P'lt 4it
areas, and cacti with desert or be controlled by removing the bugs Bob Milner, Will Stephenson, Jofh Florida has an abundance of piney
tropical regions. The two can be compatible with tweezers. You also can try At the end of the concert, the group Sutherland. woods, but still the most popular Those elected were: >
j if given the proper environ- washing the plants with soapy water, will Initiate a to-be-continued tradi- Director, Bill McRae and Accompanist Christmas tree here is the Scotch pine Walker, president; Robert Milne},
ment. Members of the Christmas cactus using a soft brush or cloth.Letters. tion for the community. The entire au- Joann Canova.Duncan imported from northern states such Sr., vice-president and presidetft-:
species produces blooms ranging as Michigan and Wisconsin. Balsamfir elect; Gladys Sellers, treasurer; Anna -
from red to pink to white are very is another favorite, noted for its Clayton secretary. E.W. Hodges Is
popular holiday eyecatchers.But 0 Completes pungent odor. Three varieties grownin the immediate past-presidentr-New
to I the Editor --- Florida make excellent Christmas directors elected at this time-were
there are certain proceduresone 15 Day CourseOf trees but have been slow in gaining Donna Schaefer. Randall Davis aid
must follow to insure blooming popularity: sand pine Arizona Raymond Baer.Following i

during the Christmas season. To LWCI Thanked Ohio Reader CTC TrainingStewart cypress and Southern redcedar. the dinner, Janice
make a Christmas cactus bloom properly For Aid to BMS Commend.luueDear
Gaskins, executive-director,
pveia{
you must carefully control the One reason for the popularity of the
Z. Duncan, Installer- the workshop activities, aod
Dear Editor on
: report
temperature and amount of light it Mr. Matthews: repairman for Continental Telephone northern trees is that a majority of plans for expansion and remodeliig

receives. If the night temperature is I wish to publicly thank Supt. I wish to thank for the Centen- Company of the South, at Starke, has Florida residents were not born here the shop were discussed. .
maintained between 50 and 55 degrees James Wainwright and the men of nial Issue you completed a course In basic station in- but moved to the state as adults, bringing :
of The
j Fahrenheit flower buds will form Lawtey Correctional Institution for Telegraph. It was stallation at the Continental with them their own Christmas The goal of the program is to'pnove:
fun
; regardless of day length. But. if the all of their assistance to the Bradford great beloved reading Florida.It of.the living past of Telephone System Training Center traditions. In other areas of the country clients from sheltered employment fo
I I j night temperature is between 55 and Middle School.A my near Amherst Va. the most popular Christmas tree competitive employment in the; local)
1 70 degrees your cactus will need 13 tends to be a locally species.
grown community as soon as possible. The
number of Mr. Wainwrighfs men would be wish that enter
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darkness my you The 13-day course is designed to
hours of uninterrupted
per Acres work
assisted us in moving out of our main the Issue In the national Sunshine activity center
day to set buds. With nlghtime into the Gym during June. competitions equip the student with the knowledge Using local trees can have some is located on a 5'-a acre tract of,land
between 70 and 85 building Delta Chi, (national necessary to install equipment definite
properly advantages-first and
temperatures miles
could be journalistic on Highway 18;four northwestof
1979 that the main building I'm
so fraternity. sure at locations
will telephone user and
cactus requireeven
degrees your Starke.SERVICEMEN f
more darkness-about 15 hours remodeled into separate classrooms. you have presented a winner to your concentrates on giving him a better r
Likewise Mr. Wainwright's men readers in Starke and Bradford Coun-. understanding of the basic electronic
r in every 21.Excessive helped us move back into the main ty. as It applies to telephony. The course: -_!i: I! I IPvt.
I don't see
in 1979.
August
building
heat-temperature above puts particular emphasis on good, ..
,
that we could have moved all The Smithsonian Institute in
any way safe working habits.
t 90. cause bud drop.Temperature I
I control may and short day treatment that was moved without totally Washington has been doing wort In .Richard E.Waters Pfc Martin \
Duncan has been with the Continental : Slocum
:
school 'j i
I disrupting our program photographs of the old days
/ should be continued until buds are good Pvt.Richard E. Waters, son of Mrs.
without the excellent help which was before the 1926 / I'm they System since August, 1979. Marine
I well developed for about six to nine sure Barbara Grim Rt. 10. Lake City, Pfc. Martin S. Slocumi; son
,' weeks. provided us by LWCI. would appreciate prints of your photo Fla., recently completed training as of Johnny and Dorothy D. Slocurt ctf
I For those things, and all of the collection if you wish to share. an armor crewman under the One P.O. Box 228 Lawtey has reported
I' Other than their short day blooming many other instances of assistanceand ::: Station Unit Training (OSUT) Program for duty with 2nd Marine Division),
l My best wishes to you and yours at the U.S. Armor School Marine Corps Base, Camp
requirements Christmas cacti have cooperation provided us by Army. Lejeune
\ and .
during the holidays for The deepest
coming N.C.
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and student Fort Knox Ky. : 1 j
the cultural needs the entire -'f\i
about same as LWCI. faculty the blessed New Year of 1980. water lake in the ---i:: '
other members of the cactus family. body of Bradford Middle School expresses Lake Baikal in His father Earl Waters, lives on A 1979 graduate of

They grow well in pots and hanging our sincere appreciation. C.Richard Norris Siberia ruches 5.712 )) Route 3, Lake Butler Fla. June School 1979.he joined the BradfMctUlt,
baskets in the borne. And while theywon't
Dewey B.McKinney P. O. Box SSOO .
outdoor winter cold in :;
survive
BMS ..
Principal, Chillicothe,Ohio i iC
north and central Florida,they can be
left outside year-round in the ; _
southern portion of our state. Indoors Middle School 1 l'1I.nblAJlon: PMIAmerican 104 BRADFORD t0U : :
If Christmas cacti prefer a location
near a bright sunny window. Out I am writing to publicly express the Legion Post 56 came to : p ,
appreciation of Bradford Middle immediate their donation I i
doors, filtered light produces the best William Wilson nur rescue by 1LILegVUpty_ J
School to Commander
autumn
during months -
when and American Legion Post sa for their of a sufficient number of
full helps flower
sun
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donation of American flags for all of American flags. Therefore in behalf -

development. our classrooms. of our entire faculty and student body.I : ; 4Tf aOBG.FERGUSON-JOHNM.MILLER :.j i I

Christmas cacti should be planted When the Bradford Middle School express sincere appreciation for the 11 Publishers ;
I In a weU drained medium containing was remodeled from an open concept: :
,t organic matter. A mixture of two school into several classrooms duringthe provided generous cooperation and assistance "" ....4............,.... ......4.ewd Lin MVHOT th.Pad Oftk ar St.. .."''is. ..d.e" Ad.1 March 1,117,:;; !
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Friday in the conference room of the < moot, '
hospital for the 67L / t
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and Social wiVM.chairman,Mrs. Effle Carter. I Society Gtilorr /fly Fte e/feW )

with the help of members of the Aux 964- 7608 ,
Wary provided the assorted sandwiches -
cookies, cakes and candles. : f
Several past presidents and doc
tor's wives were invited to preside at
the The coffee service and punch bowl. Little Women's Club Holds Christmas, FormalOne
room was decorated with

various prepared by Christmas Mrs. Becky arrangements Bastard.The I of the nicest social events of day finger foods, and a Christmas and Mrs. Jess Wolbert. and Mr. and i!
silver tea and coffee service wa at this year for the young women of the punch.Providing. Mrs. Steve Cardin. Formal pictures ,:
one,. nd of the table which was community, was held last Friday the music for the young were taken of each couple by''Randy :,
covered with a white lace cloth over ""y night at the Woman's Club host people was Tam Fletcher, accompanied McGovern.The .
red W en. Centering the table was an when the Little Women's Club by his Disco and Rock Light Little Women will sponsor a '
arrangement of red roses baby's / their annual Christmas formal dance. Show. Dancing was enjoyed from the fund raising dance'for their charity s
breath and fern.Silver trays were uaed The ballroom was gaily decorated hours of 8 to 1 a.m. proJect: Danny Thomas's St. Jude
: for the snacks. for the occasion in festive Christmas Enjoying the event were members Children's Hospital on January S, i
colon.Centering the room at the ceiling of the Little Women's Club, their
BWhen the tea was over the !ladiespresented 1980. All young people of the com-
was a large sphere covered with dates, and their invited I
the centerpiece to the guests. munity are invited to attend. Proceeds .
kd: i Spltal to be used in the front office, I .... .,' ..L-:' hundreds of tiny thousands mirrors which Chaperones for the occasion were will go toward this very wor 1
rotated, casting of lights their sponsor and her husband, Mr. thwhile charily.
Presiding at the tea table at the hospital Auxiliary tea last Friday were* throughout the room during the even- :'
ejbeorgo Sr. seated Mrs.Sarnt.In back 1-oule Bell Parks and Becky Baiford.Elaine Gunner ball was a gift from
Kellys, hospital staff, being served.Methodist the Little Women members for the Miss Shan Edwards Brunch Honoree I
Woman's Club House use. The individual
e Rehearsal Dinner guests tables were covered Miss Shan Edwards, whose marriage tables. Place cards marked the
Group 5 Hold Christmas Meeting with Christmas cloths and centered to Phillip Johns was an event of seating arrangement for the 18
tr. and Mrs. George Kelly Sr. of with mistletoe, holly and burning Saturday was honored at a guests.
Lawtey were hosts at a dinner party Methodist Five met sweets and treats. Mrs. John Miller candles. bridesmaids' brunch Saturday morn The hostesses Mrs. Nancy Roberts
Group
iloat Friday night at the Western Steer night at the home of Mrs. S.G.Tuesday Den- and Mrs.Bob Ferguson co-hostesses, The refreshment table In the tea ing at the Garden Restaurant. and Mrs. Ann Godwin, presented the
Steak House for their IOn,Donald and mark, leader, for their annual assisted in serving. room was covered with a Christmas The square shaped dining tables honoree with a silver bread tray as a
fiancee Lisa Ekard cloth held baskets of fruit, nuts and holly at memento of the occasion.
after the couple's Christmas programmeeting.The During the program Mrs. 'Doyle and held a wide variety of boll.I intervals down the middle of the
rehearsal.The .
wedding Denmark home was attractively Crews read excerpts on the customs I
head table of the U-shaped decorated in the yuletide motif with legends and traditions of Christmas.The -_ - -
tables held an arrangement of red clusters of red velvet bows at vantage members exchanged gifts with \
,,...-=.carnations holly, Christmas points predominating. their prayer partners and also J'
,;;,greenery and two red candles. The The tea table in the dining room brought gifts for a needy family that A&1 '
side tables held arrangements of holly was covered with a red fringed linen will be delivered before Christmas G
and greenery. cloth and centered with a red and Santa Claus put in a surprise visit I i
The 26 attending Included the green Christmas arrangement. Red during the social hour while enroute rA !
>rij honored couple, their parents, punch was served from a silver punch home after entertaining the children
i+..,famWes and attendants and from outciirOfrtown bowl. Silver and crystal trays held at the Starke Golf and Country Club at 1 1l'FI1
Mrs. Andrea Tahsequah and their Christmas party. _
son, Meech of Huntlngton Beach

Calif.The couple presented gifts to their Methodist Class Holds Covered Dish Dinner !

Attendants during the dinner. candles encircled with camellias. May Christmas lighten t
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". The buffet table was covered with a .
:/ Women's Sunday School class held a hearts and
"J:Tfocesa: Gale DeVore, covered dish dinner Monday night at white polyester lace cloth and had a your brighten, '
the home of Mrs. Drew Reddish on red and green runner down the your splrltsl' :
a'RE. Patterson III Debra Street. center. In the middle of the table was I
The home was gaily decorated for a wrought iron five-candle
Wedding Dec 21 the occasion with a large lighted candleholder with red tapers and MOSLEY 1
Christmas tree and Christmas decorated with Christmas greenery. I
Teresa Gale r>DeVore, daughter of : TIRECOMPANY
decorations. The individual dining The members exchanged. gifts during .
Mrs. Pauline DeVore of and
Lawtey
card tables were centered with green the evening. + 964-6600 u.S. 301 N.
the late John R. DeVore and Robert r
Edwin Patterson, III, son of Mr. and -
Mf, Bob Patterson,Jr.of Starke will
be united In marriage Friday Dec. Miss Ruth Crosby and Mrs. Bob Little 1
21, at 8 p.m. at the Madison Street and daughter of Atlanta and Mr. 1.. 7
9"Baptist Church. and Mrs. Dale Crosby and children of .
"No it tionsarebeing sent locally Orlando will spend the holidays with tr
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Crawford'sTo The Jeteme Johns Host Rehearsal Dinner Friday Night H
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I Celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Jerome JcthIIIJ a party, tmnwJIai faoiiUes Ut wedding. Hers |*v* kit Office...>
dinner party Friday rtgM rye town....... a cameo JlO W.Call M.
50th Anniversary Pecan Room of the Garden The l honored owqpte, .....assistingwith and pin and she gave Mm a .6+474 I
Restaurant for their son, Phillip and to their attend*ntt and those of luggage

fiancee, Shan Edwards after th. coupie's : .
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An arrangement of posy pink and
garnet silk flowers centered the head ,
table. On the side tables was a '

r white garland candles.of greenery Place interspersed cards markedthe with tz J NeW Back Door Lounge 1

seating arrangement for the 43
guests which Included the wedding Hwy 301 South .

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Karla K. Harper
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Mr.and!Mrs.Benton Fulch Birthday Dec. 15 Champagne ,:


Benton Futchs On *10 Per Couple a s
Saturday evening, Dec. 13. Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Harper and lion
I Celebrate 25thAnniversary Timmy gave a birthday party at Reservations
,l< f+l their home on Crystal Lake for their OnlyChristmas
Dec. 14A daughter Karla Keisha who was two
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Mr. and 1\ln. A.E. Crawford WUI reception for Benton and Vonciel The Holly-IIobbie theme was usedin ft New Years Eve .
celebrate their seth wedding anniver- Futch In honor of their 25th wedding decorating the party room, also a
nary with a rf'Cf'ptabt' held Sunday anniversary! was held last Friday Holly Hobble cake was displayed.
Jan. .. from Z-J p.m. In the night in the Jones Funeral Home Games were played throughout the Call 964-8465
Fellowship Hall of Harmony FreeWill garage. evening and refreshments were serv-
KaptUI, Church of Lake Butler. The refreshment tables were ed. .
covered with blue gingham cloths and ... ;::: -
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decorated with arrangements of Those attending were Karla's :
all friend and relative are cordially were A 2 -
table centered friends Jennifer Salisbury,
invited lo attend. silk owen. One was : Wendy .
with a three-tiered wedding cake top-- and Danny Thomlinson Ryan
ped with the figure"25" and blue silk Reynolds, Mandy Harper, Jennifer Happy Hour All Day"Monday For Your Entertainment
Daisy Coleman and flowers flanked by wood grain Kite Dora Schaefer and Shea /llowell.
candelabras with blue tapers. Assisting in serving refreshmentswere Open Monday thru Saturday Til 2 P.M. I "The Younger Brothers"
Edward Williams Thirty friends and relatives attended Mrs. Seeber O. Goodman, Nor
including their son, Steve Futch ma Reynolds and Faith Salisbury, Throughout The Holiday Season

To Wed Dec. 22 the Futch's son-in-law and daughter, -d IPdiW.
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Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Jones '
and Mrs. Dolly ,
Gainesville Simpson
of Mrs
Daisy Coleman daughter
all in assisting with the
who
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Josephine Coleman of Starke and Ed-
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Jacksonville and Mrs. Lawrence will be united Williams in mar of Starke Futchs on Nov., who 26,were 1954, married were recipients In- tr FROM ALL OF US AT FOOD 1 I I FAIR-WE.WISH
and
of lovely crystal
riage Saturday. Dec. 22, at 5 p.m. at many
the Ebenezer Baptist Church,Starke. silver items.
Miss Coleman graduated from REDEEM ALL
Bradford High School and is presently It>run .Andrew Nelson 0
at E.'.DuPont DeNemours I tJ .
and employed Co. in Lawtey. Orl.'t'n..d"c.1\ ill\fJ\\! TI THESE VALUABLE -

Mr. Williams graduated from Byron Andrews Nelson, son of Mr. o COUPONS lODAYi!
William Raines, Jacksonville and is and Mrs. Herb A. Nelson Jr. of
presently employed at Continental Keystone Heights, was Christened p
Telephone Co. of the South in Starke. Sunday,Dec.9 at St.Marks Episcopal ,-----------------------,
All friends and relatives are invitedto Church in Starke. FOR YOUR I 4 I .] I ce
attend. SHOPPINGCONVENIENCE I
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DUPLICATE BRIDGE service was the Rev. John Flynn. I CHAMPION 150& PKQ. I r LESUEUR 17oi CAN I
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CLUB RESULTSJack Godparents are Dan and Sue Iannarelli COMPLETE LINE I RAISINS 119 tll; I PEAS 19c) / !
Burnette and Charlie Riddle
of Gainesville and Jim Wharton .f
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were the winning couple at Duplicate of Heights. I wrtvt ec-. OfC tUMfT I I w11Nw.e. OOOO.1 Ml MONO** MC 1.n 1
the Keystone FRUITS AND NUTS! I I Q IACH COUPON WITH A 11 ftO OH MOM FOOD I I IMT Of *CM C0u.o.1MON TM*tr M OH MOM FOOO
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Bridge Tuesday night played OMMM TOBACCO PftOOUCTft IICUMMO ono.ro.KCO..oouer.ueluro.
Inn. for second were ---------------------
Holiday Tieing Byron,seven weeks old,wore a long .
0 Anne Hamilton and Ida Shaw and Mr. white embroidered batiste gown.
and Mrs. Jerry Cassems. i !
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) Bridge played here the next two the service. ..a1.rr 1
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BuddY Weaver of Peacbtree City Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams of Amy and Sam Adams of Gainesville Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs.
a. was last Tuesday overnight guest Ormond Beach will spend the spent Saturday to Wednesday with James Blackshear spent the weekend
f his mother Mrs. EmmaKeneeaver. holidays with her parents Mr. and their. grandparents Dr. and Mrs. with Henry Thomson in Panacea.
H.H. Adams.
Mrs. R.A. Colson
Mrs. Lex Green visited her ion and

:, Qiana Evening Pants Mr. and Mrs. Gary Witt of Boynton Neva Jayne Flynn of FSU Gray family, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green In
and holiday blouses Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flynn of UP and Mrs. Fred Field of Tallahassee over the weekend.
'1." Skinner of AUanta will be holiday Tampa will be holiday guest of Mr. rIEi
f Lee's Factory Outlet guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelll spent
150 W.Call St. George Copeland.Mr. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.Albert
!| Stefanelli and family In Jacksonville.
Hallmark Christmas Party Goods
;:Mrs Lila Caldwell Mrs. Lila Rae and Mrs. J.D. Warren and The Office Shop
Yawn; Susan Edwards and Glen granddaughter Rena Akers, spent no w.Call St. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns attended -
Mullins attended the graduation of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.Jeffry M447C4 an open house at the home of Mr. 1
Diane Yawn Saturday morning fromthe Warren and sons in Brandon. ,and Mrs. Kenneth Hardee in Jacksonville i t''
University of Florida. Sunday evening and also visited n t'RV'
Lee's Factory Outlet Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Flynn of Mr. and Mrs. S.R. Marco In Jackson- : $
.Mrs. June Edwards is a patient for ISO W.CaU St. Thomasvllle Ga. will spend the ville. ?',

(tour weeks in Shands Teaching Has new shipment of holidays with their parents Mr. and ; 1 ++il I y'i
Hospital for leg surgery. Terry Cloth Dresses Mrs. C.E. Scott in Brooker and Mr Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early and Mrs.
'14." ($ value) and Mrs.George Flynn Jr. in Starke. Elizabeth Walker spent Thursday to
*.,:,Jimmy Gissy of Sacramento,Calif., Sunday in Mobile, Ala. visiting
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Denise Gissy of St Johns River Airman and Mrs. Gary Bakken and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Henley of Advance relatives. ; i i
Junior College and Cindy Gissy of daughter of Goldsboro, N.C. are spen- ,N.C. were Thursday to Sunday
Tallahassee (who graduated Dec. 7 ding a week with their parents Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs.Jerome Johns Qlana Evening Pants ,
from FSU) will spend the holidays and Mrs. J.B. Bakken, Jr. and Harold Jenkins of Tampa was and holiday blouses
,with their: parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Saturday and Sunday guest n... ) t (
Gissy. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Lee's Factory Outlet )4 ; I
1 family of Sanford were visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin and Mr. 150 W.Call St. I
Mrs.Janet Turner will have as holitaaay and Mrs. Robert Green over the and Mrs. Gareth Jones attended the Mr and Mrs. ILL. Hutson ,g\
; guests Vicky Turner of West weekend. Tampa-Bucs football game in Tampaon celebrated a early Christmas Saturday 'I ,

Palm Beach, Kay Turner and Debbie Sunday. and Sunday at the home of Mr. I,;
Thee pf Jacksonville and Brant Mrs Nancy Odom and Mrs. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson Sr. in Orlando. -' !
:Turner of Gainesville. Carolyn Eaves visited the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hamilton and Other family members attending ___ ',' ." '"
Children's Home in Enterprise on Fri- son of Toccoa will spend Friday to were Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Ewart of I: (II i

day. Tuesday with his parents Mr. and Camden, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Hut- \0' ,'1.1f, "iyUt I I
;:::: St. Edwards Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton: son and family of Orlando and Mr. t"i" m' ,
Church Halt ,,'and Mrs. W.R. Trawick and family of t 1? -IW'.,,' i,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns were Melbourne.Mrs. 1.1,1, "
BINGO hosts at an informal dinner Saturday 1W' "'t> ',' ,
;: night for over 100 guests at their ," Lola Johnson and Mrs. Lucile Cu 'I Y'i' M1'.Idn i "lr,I' IF7wI' .
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m' Miss Connie Marie Dyal, daughterof flowers flanked on either side with '.,
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal Jr. of two branched candelabrums and two I .;:
Graham and Billy Ray Bell, son of gold round candelabrum.
11 Mrs. Louise Bell of Starke, and the Mrs. Beth Moore, pianist, and Miss
/ late Raymond Bell, were united in Terri Bailey presented a program of
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marriage on Friday Nov. t at 7:30: nuptial music. .
roM votm SHOFPINO CONVINIINCB' p.m. in Grace Baptist Church, with the bride, given in marriage by her I
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;JxJ: sILJNarrr ,....... SnowSkling Trip Set ._ I
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The Starke Recreation Departmentis will return Tuesday Feb. 19.arriving
Mrs Evehni Standard of West offering the chance to get out of the back home around7 p.m.Tuesday -
Fraokrart, DL and Eugene Rader of 4Pooria. b sunshine state-a snow suing trip to night. ,.
DL arrived Wednesday for a North Carolina In February The cost t of the bus trip and rooms in
weeks> visit with Mr. and Mrs. L.C B. The local recreation department Is resort cabins (four bedroom con:-...
Early. sponsoring a weekend skiing trip to dominion including kitchens will. ;, .
the Wolf Laurel Resort north of be 196.27. Ski rental rates for all day ;.
Reddish has moved back Asheville North Carolina, in conjunction Saturday, Sunday, and Monday are ..
Tammy with, the Macclenny Recreation $53 for adults and $43 for students .<
home from Ocala and .to at
employed LessonsInterested .
Department for February 1S-1 (with college ID card, etc.)
the Western Steer Steak House la
Starke: Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin coat $5. ",
Orange Part said she needs 19 people to committ persons should call the /
for the at 9644792 or come. :
trip. rec. department
Mr. and Mrs.Charles Hardy bad a
: The two groups will leave Friday, by the rec. office at the Old Armory ron
family Christmas dinner Sunday with Feb. IS, at 0 p.m. by Trailways bus US-301 where brochures and more ,.':
33 from out-of-
attending including information is available. .
town. Mr. and Mrs. G.E. McCaiuey. ,
Jr. and family of Jackson tfe. Mr. V
and Mrs. Amos Ben of East Palatka. '.1..:..:.'
Mrs. G.E. McCauley; Mrs. Connie :

Bagwell. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Motes e .. .. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes and Mr. ,.',
Ply.p* and Mn. J.T. Taylor and son an 01Palatlta. ----- "':
BeJase*Bargrr Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy ,. .:
Mr.and.....Sam Jordan and son and FFA Officers Elected For 197980The -.a1W- '
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holstein and
Rebecca Plympton. daughter,all of Gainesville.Mrs. American today are eating over four time ,.--: .
Bradford Jmlor a"senior chapter of Fatare Farmers f America reeealy as much fresh broccoli today at th.y did tan 1.
Benjamin Bargeron Jr. &P. Rentier is spending the elected smears for die ltT$4M ch.*l term.They are: years ago, says the U.S. D.pt. of Agriculture. _: x
Christmas and New Years holidays Junior FFA officers. front treat I* hack Raaey Merrill. president. ; Mark
with her sister. Mrs. J.W. Prather in Crews vice president; Guy Wayne Parrisb. treasurer Teresa Grins .
To Wed January 5 Temple City.Calif.and will attend the secretary; Eddie Earns seater; a4 Randy Lake. dI....... v-- .:
Tournament d Roses festivities in '
Mr and.lrs..JaM Wesley Plympton Pasadena on New Years day. C .6/t r/ :
of Starke announce the engagement tr. :
and approaching marriage of Teresa DeVon graduated from the The sign o'IfectiOft eftglnHrlng 1:
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their daughter. Rebecca Rachell: to University of Florida Saturday.Dee. y..K-
Benjamen Stephen Bargeron. son of 15, with a bachelor of Arts degree in ,
Mr and Mrs. Benj+men Lonnie Education.
Bargeron Jr. of Lakeland. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng and
The wedding will take place Saturday Ms. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta win children of St. Petersburg are spending Joy to Apollo
Jan. 5 at 1 pm. at the Kingdom spend the holidays with her parents, Friday to Wednesday with their
Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. 323 Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Bitch Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng at the World
Christian Street.A Hampton Lake and EX. Matthewsparents
covered dish reception win follow Mr. and Mr*. Dwight Marshall of and family in Starke. 5Sif
at the new Armory 720 EdwardsRoad. Apalachicola and Mrs. Sandi Smith
and children of Austin. Texas will be Mr.and Mrs.James Cash and family f
The couple will reside in Lakeland. guests next week of Mr. and Mrs. Ben of Orlando were weekend guests of Circulator
Ga Rowland. her parents. Sea and Mrs. Charley .M. 1c
Johns.

2J 'lj.-X-- Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Williams and
family of Savannah. Ga. will spend I.e's Factory OutletIMW.CaOSt.
Friday and Saturday with Mr. and .
Mr. and Mrs. Richard William of Mrs. Mack Wiliams. Mr. and Mrs. Has..shipment ef ; ;
Tallahassee will spend the weekend Bob Williams and family of Jacksonville Cloth Dresses :.
with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. will Join the family on Saturday. Terry......(IU valae. P Chinook, 4 {t.
Warnev Adkinson and Mr. and Mrs. tie free ii
Mack Williams. Misses Irish and Kathy Myers of
Mr. and Mrs. of
Wayne Kinney
Tallahassee will be home for s rr -
Christmas. Bradenton spent the weekend with his standingrood banriag ,
Weekend guests of Miss Sandra mother Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave.
Chitty and her mother. Mrs. Joan Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Pownall of fireplace stof e. 1 1 1I
Chitty were! several of Sandra's Hamilton N.Y. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison dOcala I
friends' from the SL Augustine School Thomas Pownall of Palm Bay. Fla. William L. Harrison and e Zero clearance aeeded
for the Blind In St. Augustine.Helping children of Waycross and A.S. Harrison ,
, will holiday guests of their mother An
Sandra celebrate) her 18th birthday Mrs. Malcolm PownalL .Jr.and children of Starke were e stainless steel coastracted fireboxes .
were Linda Mello of Cape Canaveral. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. AJ5. e Uses outside air for coobastioa
Ji Aida Kendrick and Selene Stable of Steve Moran of FSU is home for the Harrison. Sr. mmdtrtpf
Miami and Lavern Pyron of Orlando. holidays.Mrs. oaf e Glass doors ,Meets all testing now in ise

I Fnends of Elizabeth L. (Betsy; ) George Miller spent last Sunday Bridge Gift Tallies SOaSHINE ELECTRICAL
Meng. of St. Petersburg formerly of to Thursday with Mr: and Mrs. CarttHoUers Johnson -
] 1 Starke,will be interested to know that Jack Miller and family in Jackson The Office Shop & Vaughn Company
I she {was awarded a degree off ville. Mr. and 111 W.Call St. _
They were joined by .. and
f" Bachelor of Arts in Elementary >Mrs. Charles Shepherd of Temple M4-S7C4 ,. ," PUJMBIKG SUPPLY CO.JHC. It Paneling Center:.,,_ "_u .- !Ii
Eduction during the December 12
graduation ceremomes at the University Terrace.Tampa. 304 E CALL ST. STARKE. FL 140 South Thompson St. Starke, Fla. 964-5711

I of South Florida. Mrs. Arlin McKnlght attended the Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welch and .-
) Upjohn Nursing Advisory Council luncheon family of Savannah Ga. will spend
i 'r'l Mr and Mrs. S.L. Peek. Jr., and at Wesley Methodist Church in several days next week with her
Mrs Peek's mother Mrs. W.H. Gainesville last Thursday. parents. Dr. and Mrs. O.L Haynes
Walters have moved from their Jr.cfjoitt .
residence on N. Church St. to their
new home on S Mat'in St.

:i. Gerald D. Mot an.of Kingsley Lake. JL i
was released last Friday from
Orange Park Community Hospital
where he was confined for several t
days while undergoing tests. { -

Mr and Mrs. Nealy; McConnell Sr.
of Olustee were Sunday visitors of Mr. ,
and Mrs. McConnell.Jr.Tammie Lee ,
of Gainesville "was weekend tor. May the Child

King who came
Dr. and Mrs., R.S. Mullins will haveas
Christmas Eve guests Mr. and to save us all 1-: .
Mrs. Shelton Peddle of Crystal River.
bestow His
Mrs. L.T. bier and Lonnie War of special
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Ocala, Miss Kay Izlar of Santa Barbara blessings on us this
Calif.. Robin Mullins of Fort
Pierce and Glenn Mullins of Christmas


j f Gainesville.Mr and Mrs. Charles Coty of Tam

pa and Mr. and Mrs.James Hardee of
Leesburg will spend the holidays with t-
their parents Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Mit- ,
chell. Jr. Mrs. Coty graduated Satur- '. 1'I
day from the University of Florida
with a degree in Occupational i _

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by Elizabeth G.Walker Saturday dinners will be sold from the ", vices Dec. :31, beginning at 10 p.m. at 11:30..YFWW e p.m. Evening Service
phone M44683 .' kitchen. Saturday 5 p.m. Christmas Worship 11 a.m. 3 p.m. the Choir will Church.: The Choir Is under the dlrec o Mr. Pisgah AME Church Communion 7p.m.Greater
Allen AME
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f. '" rehearsal.,Saturday the Little Church: attend the Choir Union in Keystone. Uon'.of Mrs. Z.P. Barber. They will will be'given at 12 o'clock;sharp. School Chapel Ckareh I
Eastern Star Day Observance: for will rehearse at 6 p.m. Sunday School Church of God la Christ Old perform "God's Gift of Love" a Sunday 10 a.an. Morning Wer.ship
Christmas
Dell Chapter lea Eastern Star Day .:JO. 11 a.m. The Christmas program Lawtey Road. Sunday School 10 a.m Christmas Cantata service by various Free Canaan True Church God In 11 a.m. Program and
service'will be observed Dec .31 at;" wU\be? presented. Evening worship 6 each Sunday. Church services every composers The public Is invited to at Unity: Monday 7:30 Prayer Band. party 5 p.m.announced.Instead of i p.m. aspreviously
7T30 at'=Greater Allen Chapel AME, P. first and second Sunday. Rev. L.W. tend.,. Christmas activities will be observed
Plenint Merry Merry Christmas to all. W.
Churchl'' Rev W.H. Zanders" will Grove United Mfthodbt'a..du Moses conducting service first Sun Mtw: Zlon-AME Church: Sunday through out the week. Sunday School I.
deliver the mau,.. The Masonic'. '*'' Christmas rehearsal Tuesday day. Elder J. R conducting service School 10 aim. Morning Worship 11 10 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. are Year.hoping for a prosperous New
Family la invited to attend. 6 p.m. Sunday School only Sun second Sunday. ..m;Baptism will follow immediatelyafter Evening Service 6 p.m.
Anniversary. Francis Chapter 40 .. day The Christmas program will be morning service. Afternoon ser Church of God of prophecy! < Sunday
the 68th anniversary T'banbgl'Vlnsj.r'Yice Mfc Pisgak AME Church I Sunday held Sunday 10:43 ...m.Chrlltma. vice 4 p.m. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 DF.ACONES8AND MISSIONARY
of St. John Evangelist Orderof activity will begin with Sunday School The Christmas program will be a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. SOCIETY
Eastern Star of Florida will have 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. The .Cantata presented Dec. 24 at 7:30. The public First Born Church .f The Living HOLD CHRISTMAS PARTY
i Its celebration Dec. 23, at Young Church will present a Lawtey Community Choir will per U invited. God: Friday 6 p.m. Bible Study. Fri
.:$0 p.m. at Philadelphia Baptist Christmas program, 3 p.m. The form Its annual Christmas Cantata on NOTICE The Fellowship of Chur day 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday The Deaconess and Missionary :
Church, Lawtey. The public Is Invited. Fellowship of Churches will be held. Sunday, Dec. 33. st Mr. Zion AME cha will conduct Watch Night Ser- School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Society of New Bethel Baptist Church -
Rev. F.R. Satchel will deliver, the held their annual Christmas party
message.Presiding Elder of the West Monday night. Dec. 17,at the home of
Church Activities Jacksonville District Mr. and Mrs. WJ. Lee at 111 East
Greater Betblebem 'Freewill. Baptist New Bethel Baptist Church Each Starke Elementary School News Calvary. .
Church Monday Christmas, Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Christmas gifts were exchanged
rehearsal at 7:30. Tuesday Prayer '. Friday, 8 p.m. church conference. among the approximately 33 guests
Meeting 7:30. Wednesday all Circles Sunday School ajn. Morning Worship The annual Christmas programwas tunate to have her with usl I Mr. Charles Francis. A stocking was attending. Out of town guests attended -
meet, 7:30. Bly Circle meet at Mrs ..'' 11 a.m. Fellowship of Churchs 3 held at our school on Tuesday, The school library is gaily presented to Mr. Francis filled with from Keystone Heights and
Mary Park's. McKays Circle: meets at 'p.tn;1. ML Plsgah. All members are Dec. 18, at 7:30 pMn. All of the decorated with Santa Clauses drawn goodies from the teachers. Jacksonville.A .
Mrs. Rebecca Allen's. Lee's Circle asked to attend. B p.m. Christmas. students worked extra hard for the by second grade. Winning candy full Deaconess Board was also In
wlll_meet at Bradford County Program. 'three act play entitled "The canes were: John Turner and David Class News attendance. Chairman Sister Lee expressed
Hospital. Thursday Christmas AntUeh Missionary Baptist Chris asa Doll." The program open Floyd In Mrs. Gay's room; Mignon Mrs. Tetstone's class had a her pleasure of serving on the
rehearsal Friday 6:30: Junior Choir Church Thursday Prayer Meeting 7 of the kindergarten Carrol and Tony HankerSon In Mrs. Christmas party on Wednesday after board for the past 2 years. Rev. A.J. I I
and 1Junlor Ushers will rehearse. p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning students from our school singing Griftis' room; David Stephens and noon. Winning the reading contest In Simmons Pastor. Mary M. Lee
t Christmas songs. They wore elf hats Allsha Manning in Mrs. Tetstone's December from Mrs.Tetstone's room Chairman, Altonese Chandler, Chairman ,
_--a---__.__ and used musical instruments. The room; Alyssa Weasels and Ron was Tommy Balkcom. Tommy won of the Missionary Society. :
s! .... .... Christmas doll was portrayed by Wishart in Mrs. Winkler's room. last month and continued to do a good I
Shanda Woods, Santa Claus was These students had bright and job reading books at home this month. DEACONESS AND MISSIONARY
Ti ; Jonathan Rowe and leading elf was original drawings. Scott Allen came In second. These SOCIETY
Noe' Brad Green. Mrs. La Von Drivas, our boys certainly worked hard to win the BUSINESS MEETING DEC.SI
music teacher, worked many hours On Tuesday, Dec. 18, our.acultr. prize for reading the most books.Mrs.
with the students. We feel very for bad a get together for Tetstone was also very proud of Jenny The monthly business meeting of i
Williams, Allsha Manning. David the Deaconess and Missionary Society
.:.:. Gospel Sing Set At Pleasant Hope Stephens and Vickie McFarlane for will be Friday night Dec.21.All.Interested I
reading several books this month. persons are Invited to attend.

3 Pleasant Hope New Congregational A chicken & rice dinner begins at 8 .
Methodist Church la. having a Gospel p.m. Everyone cordially Invited to '
Dec. 31, featuring theKingJomairs attend.

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i V. Starke Rotary Club Names.,Incoming. Officers .

Rotary officers-elect for the year elected were Harry Hatcher, Morris P ,, P B -"".,
starting in July 1961 were elected at Williams and E.W. Hodges.
the clubs meeting last week. J.E. Judge Elzie Sanders is the incom- .'
Tomlinson was elected president; Ed ing president for the year starting in Hope you enjoy \ ,a
Perry, Secretary; and Gerald Moran, July 1900. ,
Treasurer. Two-year directors 'Frank Hill, of Jacksonville, an i' the holiday as a
employee of the Florida Division of much at we enjoy
Forestry, was the guest speaker and
was introduced by John C. Greene. serving you!
who had charge of the program. CIqn


Jerry Vaughn Named I

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time of year May you share In all '

the Joys of the season.COURTHOUSE Correctional Unit .
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Pale IU TELEGRAPH December 20.179Accomplished



I ; "; Musician Betsy Yawn..Selected for All State Band*'. .a'.r" I


Betsy plans to take full advantage throughout the past two years-her Nor Is her music limited just to the helpful she said. "I think I'll alwaysget It's evident he's quite proud' of
By hues Dads of her diligent efforts-she Is applying Junior year she admits, wasn't the Instrument either. When asked if she ( nervous! though" she sighed. Betsey, saying "It takes an extraor
BCT Sufi Writer for music scholarships to enter best year. sins, Betsy paused and said "Sort Betaey began her musical c.reer.t dinary and very dedicated person to
Florida State University in of. She's part of the Melrose Choir six when she started with piano make into the AU State. Betsey is one
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Tallahassee.After studying two years The daughter of Leila Rae Yawn of which put on the Madrigal Dinners lessons. Her switch to French horn of those persons.
I Hours of practice and lots of pre- there under a music teacher she Starke and Judge Theron Yawn of recently.And. came during 7th grade when she join- This being her last year of high
auditioB anxiety paid off for Betsy much admires.William Capps. Betsy Gainesville Betsy la also a memberof ed the Bradford Middle School band. school Betsey is thinking more
Yawn who was recently chosen to hopes to go on to a music conservatory the Science Club at BUS, the Girl of course, she listens to Just It wasn't exactly burning desire to seriously about her ultimate goals.
I perform in the All State High School in one of the Northeasternstates. Scouts and the Alachua County Youth about every kind of music-the excepting play the horn that led her there either Her announcment that she would love
I Band in Tampa in January. Orchestra. which play or rehearses being hard rock'n'roll. "I love -"1 lust asked that I be put where they to play with the Philadelphia Or-"
i every week. classical music. I can sit for hours could use me-and here I am, still chestra .the epitome 01 orchestras.
and listen to it." playing horn." is tempered by her modesty. "I don'tIf
admits she'sexated
Smiling shyly Betsy Practicing the French horn and Preparation for the auditions for I'U make It- but 1 would like to do
and honored about
I her scared with the All academia take up much of Betsy's And is if that weren't' enough to Her many years of playing auditioning the All State Band is an all-year com that."Another goal? Being soloist.
I\ State prestigious Band-Uus position she will be playing time. She said before the audition for keep anyone busy Betsy said in her and practicing haven't mitment, said her instructor Woodfin. French horn concert player.
year the All State Band she was practicing "spare time" she likes to compose diminished that "butterfly stomach"for
first chair French horn. 3..*.. hours a day. Now she's cut downto music and collect shells. "I don t do Betsy; however, she said she's
honor be in the band
"It was an to one hour a day. A member of the much composing these days" Betsy picked up on some techniques which
before, but this is really something, National Honor Society Betsy has said laughing a bit about her busy help her relax before a concert or
9, Betsy explained. made straight A's almost consistently schedule. audition. Deep breathing is the most
She's been in the creme de la cremeof
high school bands for three years
now and this her last year of high ,
school. is the crowning achievementThe saas aat.raeas ar.. srs s s..

126-piece All State Band is ,
chosen every year to perform at the \flOBL i.1 4
annual convention of music educators -
from around the state. Students must
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exercises, after which a can ..
tral committee selects the best per J Sending a We've wrapped ,

formances. ...: message that x up a whole package

According to Mike Woodfin. the 1 ._ .)r I.: brings us all a of good wishes for
Bradford High School band director, 'po /. ', ., .-.. i E little closer our loyal friends
the honor of being selected for the All .r : '" and It's
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. JROTC Members Were Guests of National GuardThe '...;(..-\\of'"!,.. /
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Junior ROTC unit from Bradford parade Saturday, theJROTCunitwas and against field obstacles. The
High School was guest Saturday trans to Camp Standing, weapons were fired at old trucks and
Dec. 8, of the Army National and then a tour remote control airplanes.\ WI 'I'.
Training\ Site and toured Camp Blan- of the firing ranges. At the small arms range, the.,. I'"
ding firing ranges during weekend The high schoolers witnessed firing JROTC unit witnessed the firing of SO wk: ,nrssk
drill*. of M42 Dusters with twin 40MM cannons calibre machine guns. "
After marching in the Christmas primarily used In air defense National Guard units training Friday ."
Saturday and Sunday at Camp "rttwl"

_ '.J?.Jasons Annual Election of Officers Held Bland were Artillery the 1st Battalion composed 267th of \ f

Bradford Lodge Number 39, Free Worship Master-elect Carlisle has five units,one each from Fort Pierce, J.
;and Accepted Masons of the Grand announced that the following appointed West Palm Beach, Deland, Palatka, .'t".\,
\Lodge of Florida, at its stated communication officers will be Installed at the and Daytona Beach; the 164U Air '-_,..f'J
on Monday, Dec. 10, held same time: James E. Watson,Senior Defense Artillery Detachment from ,its annual election of officers. Worshipful Deacon; Paul H. Baker, Junior Camp Standing, the 253rd Medical '
Master William Q. Cruce, Deacon; Robert S. Mullins, Senior Detachment from Camp Blandlng, ;1iY11Y'' t I
whose term expires on Dec. 27, has Steward; Curtis T. Lee, Tyler, and and Troop E, 153rd Cavalry from .,"" -
,announced that the following officers- Walter H. Lee, Chaplain.The Ocala. "
elect will Installed on Friday,Dec. Host for the JROTC unit was the Army
,i2Sv..t the Starke Masonic Hall: AI K. National Guard Training Site 86 t.
Carlisle, Worshipful Master Do- officers and enlisted men to operate ..'... .
wayne McRae, Senior Warden; installation ceremony will be Camp Standing four weekends of .'
WUUanxAbrama.Junior Warden; Ar- open to the public: and all members of each month and from March through '.-. kaaarrxta
ghie Tanner, Treasurer, and Herbert the fraternity their families and July operate the camp fulltlme. ,
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i County\PubUc Library Friday, children how to make pop-up cards. .* {,
Dec. 'u from 11 a.m. until noon to It is free for all. .. ,
v\s''\ ._Wa children and adults. Visit your public library to learn j" .
;7 Saint Nicholas has a surprise for all how to make Christmas gifts or how ..."--'
I those Who sit on his lap. to cook that Christmas duck to learn I;' .'
1" Come early and make Christmas about Christmas customs the world t.'" '" \
cards from 10:30: until 11 a.m. Mrs. over from books. Christmas records ''I""j
Joy. Norman will show younger and books are available for the bor- ,
children how to make snowman rowing. I'

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IN THE CIRCUIT Second lest.30.3S feel ADMINISTRATIONTO mailed ore required, 'OHO$ HEREINAFTER quired to terve. a copy of PUBIK NOTICE North t WtlltfB'slBKBBifJ. ) (e,) |N THE CJ'RCU.T.

COURT EIGHTH to an Iron P'Paa. ALL PERSONS HAVING WITHIN THREE MONTHS MORE PARTICULARLY your written dttf nftei( If Notice Is hereby. given' degree and) ,....,. COURT: EIGHTH
JUDICIAL COURT IN $outtDagr-. 01 CLAIMS OR FROM THE DATI OF THE DESCRIBED: CHI TO M any to It. en Pot itlon.r'sanomay that First Baptist Church. eight (CIt) minutes East, JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT OF
AND FOR BRADFORD Minute Eot. 99 feet to DEMANDS AGAINST THE FIRST PUBLICATION OP AFFECTED IN ANY WAY who.' .wfi P.O. Box 1298 Storke. along the Southerly' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
THIS NOTICE to file and .dd''j.L6 J.J. Florida 33091 .has ...... BRADFORD COUNTY.
COUNTY, FLORIDA. a' !Won pipe Iocotad on ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL any THEREBY: It. mailedopplicatlon boundary .f. ThreeThousand
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CASE NO. 79471.COLONIAL the. Wetteriy boundary OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEO objections th.y may You and each of you en Four Hundred : : ,1!II
MORTGAGE 01 .... rapist-d-cosy. .. IN THE ESTATE: .hove that challenges the are hereby required to Its*. Storjte, Florida November 10 197 to Fifteen and Five. Tenth Civil Action Co. ,('**, ,
COMPANY.corporation. Pratt Street: thence YOU ARE HEREBY validity of me Dece- appear on the 7th day of 3201. on or before the Federal Cammunkolion ((3419.9 feet), mere or 79-573. .
PlotnttH vs North 0 0a9r21 NOTIFIED that the" ad- dent't Will the qualification Jan. I960 at 4:45 P.M. January 9. IS** and file.tbe'jnvinol Commission. .less, to the" Westerly KENNETH JEpOhhi.

JOHN .. CAMPBELL and Minute West along sold mlnlitratloit of the of the Personal before the Circuit Court .I clerk ol this with .thou.the Washington. D.C. fore boundary of the right of lOPER. husband PI0111.1.
other. Defendant*. Westerly' boundary. 103 estate of Susie Moo Representative" or nor ol Bradford County before court construction permit for way of State Road 100; tiff vs HAZEL' tAtE.
NOTICE OFACTION feet ben Iron pipe: Knoop deceased, I'll. venue or (jurisdiction of Florida of the Cow service on pot"llonara .. authority to construct anoncommercial Ih.tS. North Elghton ROWLAND LOPER.; wife.Defendant. ".... )
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thence South 89 Degree* Number 1-3129 to pan the, Court. thouta In Slarke. ottomay 0' Christian (live) degree* and .
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TO: JOHN >. CAMPBELLand 14 Minute* 20 Second ding In the Circuit Court ALL CLAIMS Florida and show cause mediately otherwise thereafter, ; FM Radio Station ((39)) minutes NOTICE '. '. J.
RUBY JOAN CAMPBELL West parallel with sold for Bradford County DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS :- why,.the prayer ol lh. will be entered Judgment for the with studio transmitter along said Westerly' OP SUIT '
hit wife, who* Northerly boundary Florida, Probate Division NOT SO FILED Complaint fllad In the relief demanded and antenna to b. boundary. On. Thousand NO PROPERTY ;: ;:
In the
residence it Unknown. 99.95 feet to an Iron ,... address of WILL BE FOREVER BARRED obove entitled' proceedings located at First Baptist On. '.Hundred TO: Kenneth ldroiridlLoyor
YOU ARE HERESY pipe: thence North 0 which I I. Gilbert S. should not be petition. Church facilities, corner Seventy-six and Two AddrII
NOTIFIED that an action Degree. 2B Minute Brown Clerk. Bradford Date oth first granted and the bond the WITNESS my hand and of Clarke and Jefferson Hundredth ((1176.02)) Unknown : .". .
to foreclose mortgage West parallel with od County Courthouse, publication of mil Notice therein described and teal of this Court: on Street. Starka, Florida feel to an Iran pipe for YOU ARE HEREBY::

the following property Westerly boundary, 149 Stork., Florida 37091. Administration, ) the proceeding November 30. 1979.. on ".3 MHZ with a point of beginning. From NOTIFIED that an acHon.
upon Gilbert
In BRADFORD feet to Point of Beginn Th. personal representative December 13. 1979. outhorlilng the 1._. S.: Brown, power of 4.530K watt*. the point of beginningthus for dissolution of mar.
County Florida: ing. of the estate I Is //Floyd Edwin Barreft. thereof validated and Clerk. of told Court. Copies of the application described, continue rlaga ho b_, .ft(.lied ;

TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH Together with the Floyd Edwin Barratt A* PersonalRepresentative confirmed told bond A.SysTanya Hodge' or. available far North Eighteen ell against you Kenneth!!,;
EANGE22lAST: following equipment: who. odd,.** I I. 123 of the" conltlng of not exceeding 12/6 Deputy Clerk. public Inspection at the fljQitj)4M and Thlr/yNv.'. Jerome Loper and you
Section 29: A pare"! of On. bedroom Oceanway Avenue, ittate of Su.,. Maa (45,300 prlnclpal 4tehg 12/27. offices of the" church during ((39)) minutes West along ara required to serve. .0.
land lying In the NEV. of one both Guest House: Jacksonville Florida Knapp, D.ca d. amount of,..WatorRevenue ragular' business said Westerly boundary, copy of your "yrl': (t1:.
SW% of Mod Section Wall to Wall carpeting; 32218. Th.name and address ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Bond' maturing hour One Hundred Twenty- defense, If any lalh.oe' | ,,
old pare.! being more Swimming pool; Redwood of the personal REPRESENTATIVE 'In '1962 through 201.*. Th. Federal' Communications Five ((129)) feet to an Iron tha plaintiff's att m.y'; '
particularly described 01 fence. representative'* attorney : /t/Jack F. bearing Interact at not Commission pipe; th.nc. South whose name and oddre
follow ha been filed against 0'. set forth Miln.,1200Barn.ttSankBldg exceeding the legal' rot. NOTICEOF Washington D.C. Seventy-one (71)) *. I I. Hon. Gregory J.
Commence at the Northeast you and UNITED STATESOF below: .. Jacksonville, per annum payable annually received said application degrees and Twenty-live. Darby 3537 Blancflng$
corner of saidNEV4 AMERICA and you All person having Florida32202.' a more particular SHERIFFS SALE on November 13 1979 ((25)) minutes West. One Blvd.. Jack.on"""'ttl.,
of SW/. (being also are required to serve a claim. or demand 904/393-1264.: 13/13 description of Mid bond. Notice I* hereby given hereby Issuing the First Hundred Ninety-nine Florida 32210. and file
the" Southeast corner of copy of your written against the" estate ore 2tchg 1220.IN being contained 'In the that I I. Dolph E. Relddlsh Baptist Church Slarfca, and Eighty-five Hundredth the original wllhr the.
lot 4 Block' I I. of defense.. If any. to It on required, WITHIN THREE Complaint' filed 'In thaw a* sheriff, of Bradford Florida' application ((199.85)) feet to onIon clerk of tha obovo- Iyfod.
Saratoga Height Unit I. Smith Hul..,. Schwalbe MONTHS FROM THE proceeding County; Florida under number 791 1 13A1. 3tchg pipe; thence South court on or .before!

o* per plat thereof < Nichols, plaintiff attorney DATE OF THE FIRST THE CIRCUIT COURT This Order to Show and by virtue of Writ of 12/50 Eighteen ((18)) degrees January IB 1980otheo-
recorded In Plot look 2. .. whose odd,.*. PUBLICATION OF THIS FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Coca shall be published Execution to-wit: and Thlrly.flve (35)) wi. a ludamentiwilh! bl
Page 64 of the Public I I. 500 Bornett Bank NOTICE to file with the FLORIDA In the manner required Execution 'lued out minute East parallel entered against youi iaf'd
Record of said County) Building Jacksonville, clerk of the obove courta TOWN OF BROOKIR by Section 75.06. Florida of County Court of Bradford NOTICE OF ACTIONIN with told Westerly boun- the relief d.mand.d.mq, !
and run South 89 Florida 33202 on or written statement of FLORIDA a municipal Statute*, In The Bradford County Florida' THE CIRCUIT COURTOF | dory. On. Hundred the complaint of1.'P'\t-/-
Degree. 14 Mlnur.s 20 before January 14, 1980. any claim or d.mand corporation Plaintiff vs County Telegraph' a to a Final I Judge pursuant THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL' Twenty-five ((125)) feet to tlon. ,
Second Wett along the and file the original with they may have. loch THE STATE OF FLORIDA newspaper of general ment for Wilbur Heath CIRCUIT IN AND FOR an Iron pipe; thence WITNESS' my honSlandth..ol ;; ;

Southerly boundary of the clerk of this Court claim must be 'In writing' $01., Defendants. circulation' In sold dba Heath Auto Service BRADFORD COUNTY. North 5o.-ty.. ((71)) 10' this Court; 'on* "
told Saratoga Height either before service. on and moot Indicate the Case No. 79.592. municipality publlihed of lowtey Florida and FLORIDA. degree* and Twenty-live Decembers. 1979.-1': ..
and along h. Northerly. plaintiff attorney or bail for the" claim the In Bradford. Florida. against Waller Mender, ((25)) minutes East On., Gilbert S. Brown 'Ai':

boundary of Hid NE'/ of Immediately' thereafter; nom. and add,..* of tha ORDER TO DONE AND ORDERED son, Jr., defendant, In TUCKER BROS., INC., a Hundred Ninety-nine CI.rk of the Court"Clly.
SW'/i 469.99 feet to onIon otherwise judgment maybe creditor or hi. agent or SHOW CAUSE at Starka, Bradford the" amount of $90.98 Florida corporation, and Eighty-five Hundredth Beulah M. Moody,'Depo-" '
pipe for Point of entered against you attorney and the TO THE STATE OF County, Florida this' 17th together with costs of plaintiff vs. JAMES BROX- ((199.85)) 'feel to pointof I ? Clerk' / '"'
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Beginning. From Point of for the relief demanded amount claimed. If the FLORIDA THROUGH THE December. 1979. collection.Hove TON COOPER and DEBRAJ. beginning. Ping 12/6.tchg 12/27:1.: <
thus described In the complaint. /./ ... R. Circuit his located In Section Ten '. *:
Beginning claim I I. not yet du., Ihe STATE ATTORNEY FO"THE Fagan. soiled and hove COOPER wife BexexexB>evt B *Bsi M sBsiBsssiajs **B .
continue South 89 WITNESS my hand and dote when It will becom. EIGHTH JUDICIAL Judge. 12/20 3tchg in my possession the Defendants. ((10)). Township Seven ((7)) NOTICE OF' '
Degree 14 Minute 20 the" teal 1 of this Court on due shall be staled. If CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE. 1/3. following described Casa No. 79-979 Division South Ranga Twenty 'INTENTION1 'tit' '
Second Wett along thlt 3rd day of the claim is contingent or THE SEVERAL PROPERTY 1 property to-wit personal : : CANOTICE' two ((22)) East Bradford REGISTER': ,'" '.I
sold December 1979. ,. County Florida.' ''
North.rly boundary unliquidated the nolu OWNERS. TAXPAYERS 1972 Chevrolet dr YIN FICTITIOUS' -
and along aid Southerly GILBERT S. BROWN of the uncertainty hall AND CITIZENS OF THE No. 1x69H2W336416.As OF ACTIONTO has been filed againstyou NAME ''!' :
boundary 128.55 feet to Clerk By //Beuloh M. be stated. If the claim I is TOWN OF BROOKER : JAMES BROXTON and you are required ,: ,-:
on Iron pipe; thence" Moody. D.puty Clerk. .secured the security FLORIDA INCLUDING IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF the property of the COOPER and DEBRA J. to serve a copy of your Pursuant to Sections

South 0 Degree. 30 12/6 4lchg 1227.IN hall be described. Th. NONRESIDENTS OWN THE EIGHTH. JUDICIAL above named defendant COOPER .his wlfa/ written defence.. If any 865.09. Florida Statutes; ,
Minute East 234.99 feet claimant hall deliver ING PROPERTY OR SUB CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR and that on Wednesday who.. residence I. to 'It on Lawrence J. Bernard notice Is hereby iglven"' 3
to on iron pipe; thence ufflclent copies of the JECT TO TAXATION BRADFORD COUNTY, tho 26th day of UNKNOWN but whose plaintiffs attorney that the undersigned' ;
North 89 Degree 30 THE CIRCUIT COURT claim to the clerk to THEREIN, AND ALL FLORIDA December, 1979 at one mailinG address Is c/o who. address Is 1001 August L. BobenhouseHil i
Minutes Eo,'. 100 feet to FOR BRADFORD COUNTY enable the clerk to mall OTHERS HAVING OR In Re Th. Matter of o'clock on sold day on Continental T.I.phon. Blackttone Building. Rt. 1. Box 232 Lowtey'
an Iron pipe; thence" FLORIDA. PROBATE on. copy to each Personal CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, the Adoption of METINA the premises of the Bradford Company of the South Jacksonville. Florida Fla. 32098 .do.inflv! '
South 83 Degree 37 DIVISION File NO. R.pr.s.ntatlv.. TITLE OR 'INTEREST IN LORRIE MILLER.BY County Jallyard, I 301 North Waukesha 32202 on or bafora business under the Jirm;
Minute 30 Second East, 13125. All parsons Interested PROPERTY TO BE AF. : CECIL F. SMITH. HER will offer for sola and Street Bonlfay. Florida January* 28. 1980 and name of "TRUE-BUY{6F.:;(),

46.65 ''MIlo an Iron In ,.: ESTATE OF SUSIE In the estate to whom a FECTED BY THE 'ISSUANCE STEP FATHER Petitioner. tall to the" highest bidder 32429, file) the original' with tha FLORIDA U.S.,' 30T .
pipe; thence South 73 MAE KNAPP. Deceased. copy of this Notice of Administration BY SAID Co. No. 79573. for cash In hand the YOU ARE NOTIFIED Clerk of this Court alther North Lawtey "(la.32098 .- '
above described
Degree 48 Minute* 30 NOTICE OF has been MUNICIPALITY OF NOTICE OF ACTIONTO property that an action to before service on plain- Intend :'fa
of told defendant to I Iegl.I.
: Mr. Nolan H. foreclose a mortgage on tiff's attorney or Immediately r ., sold Ictitlby,1; ,
I Miller 'J". Address satisfy the aforesaid Execution. the following property In thereafter, ) name under the 'pr6v1-r!'
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I Unknown. Bradford' County, otherwise a default' will slans of oforetafvT'
YOU ARE HEREBY //Dolph E. Reddish, Florida' : be entered against you totuta.
/tupn/r SOLIDAYCHEBa NOTIFIED that an action Sherllf Bradford County. Commence at the for the relief demandedIn August C.:'
J Id ()/ < for Adoption hot been Florida. 11/29 4tchg Southwest corner of sold Complaint" or '.11. Bobenhousen, owner; : '.
) filed and a,. ,. 12/20. and ,
you Section Ten ((10), runPRULKB'4ER tion.WITNESS Dated this 20th (day of'''
Reg Real' Estate Broker 7' i my hand and December, A.D. 1979 In,,..
tha teal of this Court on Bradford County. 12/20
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FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 964-8783 WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE .
COMMERCIAL INCOME' PROPERTY
IN BRADFORD COUNTY CALL 2301: N. T.mpJ.) Av. (U.S.301 N.) ra .lot.Mini) Storage 1$ unit.. 600.". ft. office spece. with ...,. :

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BILL .Vertetlle-bulldlngt an Hwy 901 N with aver 300 frontage FLORILVlI SPECIALS
POWELL NO DOWN .PAYMENT VETERANS New S05 Region
LOWER INTEREST FINANCING Will If AVAILABLE with afflca spece.
Terrace M 2 I WJ.OOO ALSO 2 homes M. 100
SOON I .Washington St. Lot with .building ft chain. link REAlft tatt
FOR A LIMITED TIME. CHOOSE YOUR PLANS AND
REAL ESTATE (f) J BR 3 B like new en one acre S2B.OOO: (2) 2IR'2 B
LOT NOVV-WS HAVE OVER '100 IUILDINO/ SITES INCLUDING fence-$19.000. '.
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home financ Phone 964-7700 133 "Silo new en one $39,500.
Hwy :301 N epprex. 2 acre with CB owner
II E N. Walnut St. 964-6464 24 J".. ed. 391 H.. Temple Avenue w
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RKEl SI7) Wettmorefam 2 BR I B Fumbled Home an Kecr
Houses RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL specious, reasonable. .Mobile Home Park for..l. (pretty) dry got efrconeVf/onee1 16 16 sftoa,. .
10 blak Fr.nklln
'location 2 BR -w/w fireplace- '
:3 BR, 28. frame, alum siding. . . . ? ." 7.000 great c.rp.t Good 'Investment geed $15.500. 0'1
teve, ref. 126.000 with term.
4 I,. 28. frame, close 'In. . . . . . .S37.000 ACREAGE price going salvage .n,
business. C.II u. for Info. 2.6 acres to Hampton for It_. or frelfer/ -460 en .d.;
1 acre ft up on Beyle.. Highwayfinanced 13.500 ft upownerLet Hwy 'lOOW-fteeutlful, acre*.only' 1000. per sro, very. .
Business terms. 939 water light "". .. surveyed one oc,. cleared

Conv.nl.nc. store and equipment . . . .SIS.OOO with 10% down .good S or.. pasture (end hl.h.. dry term Broker-owner. To ettle an estate, 2 tots, (5.500. Owner 111'1_.... '

U..d furniture, bldg and Inventory . . .$38.000 In are restricted to homed 52,10043,000814.500: .10 acres ..",. lend, hl.h. dry, term, ........-wn.r. old. Stoma Handyman
Day Car. Center) bldg and equip. Reduced to .117,100 owner financed with 29% down. .80 acre*. Marion. County Owner "_ed. special. ,I NEW LISTINGS ''.r ,

.9 ecre*. Hwy 33*. feed ....... ,In .......... 3.700 per acre. HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT Fine old home &'N.Cherry .
Bldg.' Lots 3 acre. ft Lawtey Area $3.000: ,.-10% to 12% 3Vt acre. OrtHI loot, ".000 with well owner"_ed. 9 bedroom, 1'1both en 2 I St. ,.residence .... Mr*. Carrie Rlfch L) :34Ari
..::15 ocret owner financed . . . . ..".750 down. up per .2%. acre, Hampton area .Includes, well, septic. light acre, best location 3.000 structure .built In the 1880s el curly p,,,.. Total' M901." hi

9.99 oc,.. nice 'location. . . . . .S1S.SOO pole, t....... dawn. 'Including porches' 12 rooms 2%. betht 6 beeuHTwl. )lotS

50 LET US BUILD A CUSTOM HOME FOR YOU ON OUR LOTION 4 bedroom, English,, Tudor owner ,,_.... B flraphnu... -1-! : 1
water front, wall S.T., end power pole, ownerfinanced HOMES '404 N. CHERRY .Income, producing 2.*.. home.'furnlstjiJed
SR 230E COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES. "
I . . . . . . . . $7,000 or .3 SR. I Beth, CB. with workshop ft rental, cortege or will walking distance to town, 265S *q. ft. plus perches feeturlng 1 ......'-r.t'!'

j; ASSOCIATES: GRAHAMS sell .ap...... ,. OWNER FINANCED. LOW DOWN PAY "9 .bedroom, bib withseperete ;i upttelr A Merge .,... downstairs oJ owner llneneed! '

i V.ry neat 2 1 BR freme home .1 acre with MINT. I
Mary Hamilton 964-6235 or c.rport I bedroom, beth,
JUST RIGHT .rowd..I of 16..IIi.
Mobile Home I $13.900. Term. rm epprax.
en acre
i CWO (Ret. and Ig. utility bldg. 26000.
) Dom DeSantiago. 964-9379 apartment, much living ford B crossfenced. born, ........ *niobne
Robert A. 3 .b..._. I both en 1 ecre, nice tree*, 17,900. Term. spring,
," McRo. 964-7279 KINGSLSY LAKE .3 BR, I Beth en city tot. ......... 19.900. space Saratoga Hoights.1..h9. home site. alto Ocala/ black 3 BR has a with central(.boat

Brick duplex with 90 ft. on weter $16.900. 3Vi ecre 3 BR I Beth 19.SOO. ; 4 air has co.....,... and drape.. .. .. .. ...$64 m..OO

1 Mobile home 12.... 2 BR 2 both, with outbuilding. ftI Please ail.Vans FOR RENT 1 BR 2 B House '250/_. .
STRAWBERRY ACRES nice screen perch en rental lot or could, buy lot .1... /. P. Odam. BrokenGP I
'. Phenei. 964-8476 I SMALL TOWN RIAL ESTATE BAROAIMSiHouse .
110. with 3 M, 2 Beth C/' kerne, CHftA. ch.III"nk" \" '
I 2 acre
Estate modern Cod 14
Country Largo .tory Cape an .
baavtlfulltfwa.... .... 3 BR 2 B CHftA. til.\' .
beautiful fenced and fenced I fenced] yard' manly fruit trees several I pecans, fenced ftcrotsfanced Peer) Andrew 964-7719 I
cross acres.lAWTEVt
Omu Robertskit po"" '". 2 mail barn..,Terms.Seuthgete3BR ,L. O.Dale' 964791I .13 prime ecre* ft 9 BR 2 B CHftA rd. 33$ $67.1004: _!.'..:,

1 Beth. family roam carpet, A/C unit. t/ .Best nelghberkeeal. 1901: Bearing 9 BR 3 B CHftA. orl't
Term.. .4 BR 2 B brick, IB acre .... 129 Kerne with many........
Rea! Estate beautiful' with SO frame home nice comer let 21100.
6 ,
acres pecan trees large ''. ,
New 9 H 2 B 809 Login Terrace low $28.000. :'ICC 31'
Yi.. In good condition and 3 rentals' to help make payment 3 I.. 1 Beth, Ccl..s ft neet-28.000. C/H8.A. w/w .let 4 Butter. Court $9990.: -

964-7828 988 N. Temple Only, $...000 with owner financing. .c.rpot.xc.ilaat Hempton, 9 'BR. I term Bern*en. 9 ecre* with fish .......-.zt.tOO. ..House ft 3 acre* elf Rd. 129 .bent, fenced $J4. OOr"a"-, J.laautlfvl..d& \ :
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7 acre. well', pump, *epHc and light pole reedy for Hwy 22$. stone exterior. nice 2 BR, I Bern with 4 acre duplex Eppersonspecious $43,900:,
Beeutlful let near Country Club 30VKI26<< S5JOO .
mobile home $19.300 with term. under cultivation" kern end eerege comb... fenced.Klngtley 2M,
Led:. ...., 2 ecre*.4 bedroom. 2-ttery Comfortable home pretty grounds 1308 Pretv'b ';,:..;
Oil ecre* $'7.000. ; .., :
9 rental' en nice .large lot. 'Include, 2 BR frame house, lovely ,lawftcoeed. yo"'. .'lmretment-4 rental. Cell ft St. $18.000. 'fL ;
2.... daublawlde MH BR IV Be ft 13x60 MH BR 1 .4 BR, TViB, Breaker ..... 1% ecre tot with nice tree.. lay
((3 ) ((1 .1$ ....-..... home en Rd. 16 Will divide.Cemmerclel .

Be) monthly Income S450-S46.000. o' HOMEsrrss lot next to Terwilleger Reelty. $..00f!, r
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1I BROOKIR ARIA Crosby lake. restricted .k.me..lta*. broker-owner.. CI OWNER FINANCED
'. ..., 2000. .:101' LARGE bldg 'A. acre next to Bradford MoteT.
70 b..utIIul.ers with "Handyman Specter; hwso.MANY acre
.2 'let. In city paved ....... $ .IOO. excellent form... 30 acres prime emm.icl.l-301N-10 A eoch side :301. f
.Great property across from Holiday INN. Versatile III
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MANY OTNSRSIOOiyr
FOR RENTI acres :101 ft Merge td. 119.000.
I : Bl SORRY YOU WON'T CALLS BR Apt.IBRApt.. .Hometen Oaks. let /20-$7100-pnny tree..

I II Office Hewn MoNa.-Frt.9 em M 8 pm. n 6.16 ecre en Grabs Loop timber- 10100.

I $ot.9-11) Ee*.ft Sun.bv Aeeelntment. 2 BR Ho.... : .Store ft ...*. en :M1-S27./OO. leek this everl
Associates i "* v.PoutHPouNiMrRoeher. .7000 *". ft. CB ...".. en Rd. 161. Greet potential.
Evening' and Weekend I EVENINGS r'.f. .Best nelghborheed-Betsent. .. .d.-.'.... let under ".000.

I Richard' Robert 9M-SS9J I I.Mk P./y......... __ Susan M. fIou............... p* .1 Country Club .let I ecre .....$40511. ..... t
J Judith / 964-620B Union C P '. "'.000 cash
Flynn Ti4-l3 4 i Iv.nltgr98M188 Lerfe apt. complex geed flow. *
Ann Godwin' *. 9i45ISffo I 'Broker. /Saleseian. i >leke St. Ocala block h......trees $37. 00. Convenient:

<. Sllcox/ '"..657'I Wayne L R. Devtjlese ,OffIce Manege ,. REALTOR ASSOCIATES oCallIt. cemmenlel .lot 110.190.$9,900. A ........ r:
y $646(99Dsrattf|: mfft M| aiHtHI ,*,.,," L'' VeneFeulh' ...-.". ....-/142 .Coll $s. cemmerclel .let 2W.s4>"".800. B.sy cams S

John Longford 494.3114 r Veee M.Settle*..... 964-8944 .Home (cemmerclel) ft ....... cetteee MedlMn t33.e00.1;

William Canon ;".170.. .. Dye! Vlckl P5w '41A..elote i R ? .hhL.G.IffI..I.ft4.741t .3 building.. en Cell It.-.,.. .......... Use Imeglnetlee' I \
Ju4e Moody
Loreen Canon 1> 944-1704 ......A.__.... r
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by Elisabeth Terry mises Lawt :rNews Calif. spent the Christmas Holidays Elisabeth Smyth of Jacksonville
with their brother-in-law and sister, spent Friday until Wednesday with
Phone .
7S2-3300 pening.The
Col. and Mrs. Win.
FROM THE Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Godwin of Mr. and Mrs George Kelly. her grandparents,
Wilson. Elisabeth will then fly to
Gainesville visited their Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of
CHVRCII ACTIVITIES special MAY GOD RICHLY sister
La. Wednesday to
Church ol Cod Will have their tional : HIS SON CHRIST Harold Eunice on Saturday after Jacksonville, spent Friday with their Shreveport.Christmas, on with her other
noon. parents Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. spend
Christmas Program Sunday Dec. 23 The
at 1 pan.Evergreen. the new : A Christmas Pro Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss ATthurine Mrs. Dave Kelly and son Justin and grandmother Mrs. Pauline DeVore. Mrs. Linda
Baptist Will have their of our ented on Dec.23 at 8 Blanchard visited her sister their daughter. Miss Tracy Kelly of David DeVore and Bobby
Mws Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Jacksonville spent the weekend with Adkins
and
Christmas Play children will exchange (
attended the Commence-
gifts Dec. 20 (today) at 7:30 .... Baptist A Christmas Tfielma Wilson at Baker County Nurs- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson ment Convocation of Miss Teresa
p.m. Rev. Friday,Dec 21 ing Home at Macclenny on Tuesday Kelly.
DeVore at the University of FlorIda
Vicki Revels and DeWItt,
afternoon. Mrs. son
Grace United Methodist invites all Work
Gainesville, Dec. IS.
on Saturday,
their friends to the "Jesus BIRTHDAY after Will have their Deepest sympathy of the community of Keystone Heights spent Tuesday Teresa received her Bachelor of Arts
CELEBRATION" on Dec 23 Sunday, Dec. 23 Jis extended to his wife Mrs. Carol with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. In Education.
beginning at 7 p.m. The program will A Cruce and children and his mother Les McClellan. Degree of
Mrs. Russell Lines Germany
Mrs. Gertrude Cruce and other Mrs. Pierce Crews spent last week
consist of the following: Singers of items :
called her mother, Mrs. Wm. Wilsonon
relatives because of the death of with her brother-in-law and sister,
Heart,congregation singing of carols, con:
all Is well there. Her
Sunday,
William Eddie Cruce who Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Worthington -
passed
orchestra specials, Christmas Skit by get sister, Miss Billie Doreen Wilson Is
"Little Christian Singers", and the clothes !I I Fred Andrews of away on Monday Dec. 10. Springs.Kendall a week with her. She then
spending
Christmas biblical account by the We were Sunday supper Mrs. Harold Eunice visited her Bryan and Christina Marie
and
to England spend
plans to
adult choir Then there will be placing Mrs Les Prevatt daughter, Mrs. Connie Mosley and Mobley of Macclenny, spent the Christmas fly with Timmy and her
refreshments In the Fellowship Hall under and sons. children of MaxvUle on Thursday. weekend with their grandparents, brother-in-law and sister, Maj. and
and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Camp.
with the HAPPY BIRTHDAY JESUS Truman Norman and .
Mrs. James family.Mr.
business visitors in Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris Dougherty
Celebration and a SPECIAL GUEST be done were Saturday on Sr.
and Mrs. Donald Wilklson. ,
Invited! from the North Pole. It pro- of Mrs. Prevatt's Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCombs Mrs. attended Baptist Church
Calvary
Jack Harvey of One hundred children attended Little Geraldine Crews and Pam attended
and Mrs. Norman League Christmas Dance at the Calvary Baptist Banquet at Southside Christmas play and banquet at
Soutbside Sunday afternoon and school auditorium on Friday,Dec. 14. Elementary School Saturday night. Southside Elementary School Starkeon
I will stay with Mrs. Mrs. Andres Tansequah and her Mrs. Onle Thornton and daughter, Saturday night
and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Casey Tan
of Beach Mrs. Ruby Atwood and Mrs. Thorn
son Meech Huntington
ton's sister Mrs. Pierce Crews Leigh/ of Kingsley Lake,spent Sunday
Remember the dates of the visited their brother-in-law Mr. with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Christmas holidays Dec. 20 through four Mrs. Michael Moore and daughter
Jan. with Jan.2,as the day students wish Starke Merry Christmas A Waldo Pringle, In North Florida Trisha.
and teachers return to school. nicer group I've never seen. Thanks Regional Hospital, Gainesville on and
:: } Mrs. Darlene Norman sons,
afternoon. He is ill.
Tuesday Dec 11 was the date of for all you ve done this fall. With early Friday seriously Frankie Wood and Mrs. Elsie Norman
and Christmas music registration you weren't late. Our Our prayers are with him.
Southside PTA ment observed Christmas at the home
program. The Southside cafeteriawas Halloween party was lots of fun, And Mr and Mrs. Ernie Mixon of of Mrs. Darlene Norman on Sunday. l
filled to with standing our cookie sale Is going great. The'Alert' Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner
capacity but
ty; Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wain-
cf their uncle and aunt Mr.
room only by 7 p.m. Piano music for Lawtey event (thanks to Monteray), guests Mrs. Franklin ., Wright, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wain-
was provided by Mrs. attend. Was a great start on that patch. Don't and Camp. wright Jr., and family.Mr. and Mrs. I
Lucille T. and her
Marjorie Thomson who graciously girls forget to do your troop project now, Mrs. Ivey James Richardson and family and
played for an Introductory periodalso. and pass out the Council posters to daughter Mrs. Wyolene Day and son, Mrs. Llssie Starling of Jacksonville. i it
Keith of Jacksonville, were Sunday
: Ms. Cheryl Godwin match. The January leaders meeting
choreographed the dance first Is Tuesday the 15th We'll be planning dinner guests of Mrs. Ivey's son-in- }
sequencesfor
the play. Before the program Ing SCOUTS for Scout Week and Thinking Day. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D.R.
began Mrs.Thomson and Ms.Godwin girls Come get ideas for your troop program Brown and family.
Mr. and Mrs.Cecil Thomas of Tampa -
were presented with a bouquet of cond Eaves on how to show your girls the
roses and Bill McRae music teacher, against ...-$811 scouting way. Plan ahead for theBeauty spent Sunday afternoon with their
Sr.
Mrs. B L. Wilklson
with a boutonniere by the PTA in appreciation game b Bash and leaders camp sister I
of their time and talents past you to all the Girl course (check that date)' the QSP
spent on the presentation of a lovely teams / out for the dinner and Western Round-up, Mark
program of entertainment Involving both of and the Nursing your calendar and don't be late. After
.many-of the-students, The program score of had 52 girls! at the sing the rush of Christmas is over Plan jog t0AllIn
began with several western songs 15-14. in the parade (au ahead for winter fun. But for now II
performed by the fourth and fifth II ) but no one have a Merry ChrlstmasI And thanks
graders; this was followed by raced for participating. for.a Scouting job well done! our books,
students from kindergarten through will not meet for Merry Christmas to everyone you'r blq cheese I
third grade presenting the The weeks during the It'.been a pl.aaur.
"Christmas Fairy" a play during having their parties Christmas CantataBayless serving Merry
which the chorus sang various songs Star service projects they you.
of the Christmas season. At the end of The a little rest (at least Christmas I
the program refreshments furnishedby in a tie ). Highway Baptist Church
Southside parents were served. rallied want to thank all the will have its Christmas Cantata Fri SMITH BROTHERS \
The library has on exhibit the game. meeting places Pastor. 21 at 8 p.m. t
trophy won by Southside their the .Without your sup Medeiros and the church Invite BODY SHOPdur'1 (
participation in the March of Dimes not be able to have 5 each and everyone to come enjoy !
Walk-a-thon. 277. 4 Junior troops, 2 this special program. Ill .tf'
With Christmas Just around the corner Senior troop. This Is Level Service '
Mrs. Vicki McKlnney's first Ivejs a long time we have Pine 7 :
graders have been very busy Ington, in-so many dif Sunday: Radio Broadcast (WPXE)
decorating: their classroom. They and this is great 8r3S a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m.,
have made Santa Claus mobiles Recreation Center Morning Worship 11 a.m. Adult Choir rM '
which are now suspended from the Greater Allen Chapel, Rehearsal 5:30 p.m. Training Time M son.e
ceiling strung popcorn and cranber- John School, Small 0:30: p.m., Evening Worship 7 p.m. of
ries for the Christmas tree and have Shrine Club Chris- Wednesday: Mid-Week Services May the Star
"made clay ornaments rolled,cut out Evette and First United 7:30: p,m..,Adult Choir Rehearsal 8:30: Bethlehem inspire
with cookie cutters and then baked We' appreciate ,
painted, glittered and hung on the }1 all men's hearts! I
Christmas tree. Even with the holiday curate A .* I J it '
spirit on thenbOh ...rhiidren\ axestill won 7 : is a letter from IROOT1NUSCJ ,wr. V .
... working hard The following children* proud STARK scout leaders 'J t rN
should be congratulated for beginningto and sung FAULKNER
read In their first hardcover book, uniform of green To i
Magic Rings: Kelly Dawson Angela Davy REALTY ;
Carter; Melanie Jackson Melissa Renee ( ) ..
Cribbs,'Jason Spencer Pam Forsyth, 2305 N. TEMPLE
;i Richard Rasnick Diane Morgan Patsy Jones ,
J Cook, Sharea Myers, Greg Woods, mons STARKE
Kim McLeod Sharon Cockerham, Delray
Tina Batten and Brian Cummings.SpeCtai .
recognition goes to Shannon
-Hicks and Pam Forsyth for their Im- roBlessings
proved handwriting and to Kelley
Griffls and Kellv Dawson for their,
\: overall good classwork: r .,
Gruen's fourth and fifth S
1 Mrs.Donna i l+ !
i, graders have been doing creative +
writing and want to share this

message: a s.

,Iran.Let Our People Go .
IJ t ;We are the youth of the United
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ill i 1o.
,. States.We are confused but want to say .o
N| "Let our people go!"
-M_ ...Iran's no place for our fathers .N.w.c.
Brothers and sons to stay. MAY THISCHRISTMAS
We are the youth of the United Garlands of best wishes for a

States.We bright and beautiful Christmas! .
are confused and want to ask, BE EVERY-
Who's in control?"
:..,. 'How can this crisis be?" THING YOU'VE i POWELL'S DAIRY FREEZE
8 The hostages once were the U.S. you HOPED FORICHARLEY
K Youth, you see just like you and metLAU rif ite. off 301 N. Stark.. Fla. 004-0507
the children in Mrs. Verna of Otlm
;Schmidt's first grade -were super ...8OJG '
peters'last week/They all made a
perfect score on the trial test. This E. JOHNS
wes their very first spelling test sothelrteacher GROCERY
,was especially proud of AGENCY
their.effort. Stark, Fla.

& Neoml 131 S WALNUT STARKE
'Turkey Shoots -

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This Weekend :

I.r Two more turkey shoots- win 'be WarmWishes
by the Klngsfey Lake Property'
{Owners Association on Saturday andf
Sunday-Dec.22-23 starting at lOa.m.'I .
The shoot will be held at Lu's''
Tavern., location and those participating 0
may bring their own ..12gauge e oQ
shotgun or use gun provided 1 Regular

j A coVered dish supper, Christmas 0e
Spartr.:and regular bingo game was
!Ihttf at the KLPOA civic center last 410
'Saturday night with proceeds of
iaround S300 from the activities. I
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,,'b'1--, with happiness, .love and caring. All Around t

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1 11 V 0- Tech Students Honored Pizza Hut Donates *1OO


The Gregg Division of the McGraw- Shirley Rising Law_ ;' Ruby .
Hill BOOK Company announced Stansberry Green Cove Swings.Studeoia Pizza Hut tMnafer AUus Creams: baud a f*check to Jaaice Gaskuu." ateec**
that 11 students frailBradtotd .must arrange et be BirmaVeraVUftion AsMclatfoa. fee Retarded Chsseas.Tke BSMMV was raised
recently SMecfasfully
Usiert Area ofaF Til Alphabetic. by Ores**i by doaatfeg.p to tt for slab ptasa lOW..She BUAftC fatal Cress
Technical{ -Center. under the i 18 *m'1uIt.I. IIo& 01' Methods IL said"teak/.. "pizzas&e get the"...,.p.H.also set awtadoBiiUoBiJajrewrBUARC.

.ion of Becky Red have ,;.J<4, editor ofTo4ayHMMretary In addttkai t*douttag a dollar or tw*with each pia... each cnsUmer kad a
themselves in the area of magazine and chance at wtawtag. a Lt...There were IS plant winners.
official Gregg directonSliihe Tests 4 Awards Program n/ Wit this __,. BUARC Ms Matched their great fund monies for. this
passing one or more
.arter-tfce grant was..... sad lands 8 3. I ,. .
Filing f Testa Included in the Gregg f iMBBltd that In the course of a t mauhlng were| "
Ms. Uaskbu saM not UM businesses far stttk a And
away were anpraached
30,000
Testa & Awards ProgramFiling single yecr.;approximately ls
raining effort"that neat of the raised UUARC bake sales
award winners Include: Catherine Gregg awaJEjis are processed, of money was Ifcreogb ,
Akin Orange Park; Eva Carter. which nearly1 10% are in the area of garage sales and ear washes. '

Virginia Hotslngton Alice Hoyt, flUpg. ;.
Geraldine Kelly, Carolyn Hampton "* properly kept filing system;" : rki hl f ,H'
Starke; Carolyn Padgett Bertha states Nbora Cortes-Coroerer "is a "
:
Knight Mlddleburg; Tommy Limy, valuable asset to any organization." ti. Rescue Service Losing BCH Board ToldThe ,"


Bradford y Hospital penses for the rescue: unit compare toBaker
I Zoning Board To Hear Two PetitionsSince d; rescue service Is a count proposition, County's,adding the tosses are
but board members Ig to putwith not out of the ordinary.
the regular meeting date falls Bennett which resulted In a tie vote n_______ up the loss to maintain the ser Board members said they were
on Christmas Day, the Bradford at the November regular meeting. vice. willing to put up with the. expenses to
County Zoning Board will meet Bennett Is seeking change in toning No Injuries In 2-Cnr WreckNo The rescue unit lost $3,150 during maintain the rescue service.!
tonight (Thursday, Dec. 20) at 7:30 on one-half acre from RlA to R1C to the month of October-an increase of
p.m. to hold hearings on two petitions permit placement of a mobile home ina $468 over the same period last year, Other business in the very brief
: residential area. Bennett said besought one was injured In a two-:ar by Bernard R. Obenauf/rf Starke the hospital board was told at its meeting included discussion of progress .
William Cannon, rezoning three the change In order to move wreck Monday evening on Us.301.ar' slammed Into the rear.' end. 'of the regular meeting Monday,Dec. 17. on the certificate: need for the
acres off Griffls Loop from Open his elderly parents onto the property the intersection of Edwards Road,. Ford. Expenses this year were)about$400 new X-ray machine the hospital.la expecting
Rural to RIC(residential)for the purpose where be could look after them. Estimated damage to the vehicles:: higher said Marcus Drewa president to purchase. The certificate: ;
of placing an additional mobile The petition was sent to the County Mary Palmer Van-Syckel, of totaled$600.Obenauf of the Methodist Hospital Foundation. which hospital administrator Dave
home on the property. Commission without a recommendation Starke, stopped her 1973 Ford for the About Moo) went to salaries and the Libby described as a formality,,will
William H. Hall Sr., rezoning one and was referred back to the traffic light at US-301 and Edwards was cited for careless drive other half to ambulance expenses. 'be up for review In January by the
acre at intersection of SR-18 and Zoning Board to settle the issue. Road when a 1977 Chevrolet driving ing. Drewa said BCHTs operating ex: Foundation's executive board .
Sll-100 from BK3.1.1 (neighborhood ----_-.:; \
business) to BH to permit installationof .
gasoline tanks.If .
Hall is denied the change in zoning
he will ask for a "special use" on
the property for the same purpose.
This will also be heard Thursday

..nIght. s 0
Also on the agenda will be the a
rehearing of a petition by James D. 4 a



CORRECTION V '4 ""
In the report of August property
transaction printed in the Dec. 13 edition
of the Telegraph it was Incorrectly SHARP .. .
reported that the Temple Motel
had been sold. L.C.D. SUPER THINCALCULATOR'

The item should have read that the .
Dixie Motel has been sold. :' "z..
The Telegraph apologizes for the Touch tone entry panel.4-key (- ':.-.-:-,
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memory power
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Saturday, Dec. 1, at Rodman. ONE STEP CAMERA13488s8nlltl"el1ereo.recaver.
Boats were launched at Kenwood STEREO SYSTEM

Landing, and the tournament beganat TEXAS INSTRUMENTS. WITH.P.CIAL..UT.OP..AL. "TK99 ; -:.
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0:30 a.m., ending at 4 p.m. Aim a ahoot) Haa motorized pnici
L.C.D. Lli.MPOKS:
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According to several ba&smasters .
iocusingkw-Ilghtslqnaia0ked 1K00focu.len .
it was pretty cold all day. The water WATCHES .. Reg..84.S9 RAIL.IN ,...t..-
condition was about the same as it rcc. PIRALOO.T
AFTIR RQ99HSSATt
was in November. The water was Eaeyto-read,4-digitdisplay.Has" .........90 .
clear. The grass seems to be under tough black or brown plastic ... ..... .
Control, no problem moving about. ? """"' ,m.Ht ., J r r ,.', ......, -- _' ].--'JI"-t
Dale Johns says he was using a 6"
chocolate worm. He stated that he 11W20irii" I CONAIR1200 WATT .
fished the Landrun Lake area all day. HAMILTON BEACH PISTOL POWER NORTHERN .. '.-?
I At 4 p.m. all bassmasters returnedto 4QT.SLOW MIST STYLING .e
Kenwbod for the weigh In* ., HAIR DRYER .. ,
After all bassmasters weighed their COOKER 2 heetaa 2 temp *""" '" "WAND! ,,. _
catch. Dale Brown walked away the v Economical) thick setting. Compact.No. Instant mist ready :a.. .
cooker. 099 Reg. 13.99
winner; Don Thompson placed second crockery WITH SPECIALREBATE light swivel' cord & ;
landed the bass No. 443/454 Reg. cool No. 2302
,and also largest 1199 OFFER tip t;
} for the day. y SALE Q99 Reg. 9.99NORELCO
The regular monthly meeting will KODAK EKTRA 99 PRICK 51 '
not be the 1st Tuesday as this will be LESS MFQrVS :7-
New Year's night. The club will meetat POCKET CAMERA MAIL-IN --:'OOOFIEBATE1 ] 9y : : :;

the same time 7:30: p.m., same OUTFIT .1 VOUR FINAL 1T ,. .-..,
place Wednesday night Jan. 2. Has 400-speed compatibility.; e9 t CO'T. '. -
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The January tournament will Include. fllpflash a 110 cartridge Kodak
Saturday.Jan. 19.The location will be film. No. A1CR Reg. 21.99 I CONAIRCURL'n

announced At this time at a in later behalf date.of the Brad- '99 CARRY 9 CURLY PLUS .

ford Bassmasters would like to wish 17 rr1' ] PRESTO CURLINGIRON Z
each and everyone a Merry FRY DADDYFries MIST CURLING ::"_

Christmas and a Happy New Year. I 8 serving, BRUSH .;;:E:
hope 1980 brings lots of happiness and Auto control. Has For dry styling. Folds Into / Dry or mist style'
good health to each of you. I know ole scoop & lid..No. case for storage.No.CI-15 hair. Cool tip ready r .
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Santa has something for all of you. -iffBf'i.: r::::
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(From Page IAIing. ) safeguard* and untrammeM. Yaws held :* hearing WM tin-'' ," m,are designed' for Court put presiding Judge of each circuit has '"Th law(In Florida' Is char and explicit ,U
The i Florida cases that discuss ercise of its functions, but that in necessary hat the court has inherent 'S' and don t readily lend power to regulate use of the courtrooms to the feet that the court MM- L: i
the I powers doctrine and re!. .herald power cannot be exercised except power central the use of the space Yes to other purpose Lack of ,says Hardy. The county must not and tbouid not, in the alMMnee of a :
vent J& from other jt irtsdlctlo lot necessary assigned to it. a pwnd. jury room could affect also pl'CWlde'.ee for the state attorney clear showing of fraud or abuse of (
us to conclude that a court distinguished from des01 irablequartpraaatold sec ..."y of proceedings and might en- and public defender and pay cretlon. interfere with UM oVwcretlonary ,S
of g44 .*) jurisdiction has inherent space" the district ruling..... "Inherent powers consist of all daasr witnesses Yawn said. utilities and the cost of office space ifoittalde actions of an administrative '
powers reasonably required to enablea I' of the .. if ifd1
power acquire and control faculties ) Eighth Judicial Cir- the courthouse. 8114'11' :Y -
whlc( essential Numerous county governments court to perform efficiently Us required I replete with instances of other :
.taje; to secure and "Nowhere In the Florida statutes In M lbia\'I Lovett, part of UM flrat
across the state are keeping an peon judicial functions, to protect branches of government
occupying floor of the courthouse hissed to
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I the precedent Bradford case to! see its dignity independence and integrity has this writer been able to locate any '
space assigned to the court,, ana then private, bunlnieuj .,10'10, the court: q..
for which way the wind will blow when and to make its lawful actions: ef- expanded to the virtual exclusion of law which requires the counties to .
Wreck did not feel the commission : .4
On 301 the Judicial-and executive/legislative fective1 Yawn stated in his injunction th court,Yawn noted. The zoning of- provide separate grand Jury room .a
abused their discretion in putting c: j
in the courthouse, lardy stated his
bas
3J branches of last -
Bradford government September. *
Ike is a case In point, occupying
Mathis on the second floor evert' : *
to Judge Yawn's
eettfcars were Involved in an ear. tangle. "These powers are Inherent in the IPS!*originally Intended for the state response injunction. Florida Statutes temporary Chapter though his preference was to be on UM k i .,.
Neither Yawn ,
ly evening: accident Monday on nor Hardy was surprised sense that they exist because the attorney first floor for convenience: of the : \
125.221 Hardy pointed out, states the iJl
at the district court and
ruling, said
SR-lOOrThere Yawn the board's
were no injuries. response Ignores
court exists the court Is, therefore It ,
; commission
both county designate '
interpreted it positively. the distinction between inherent may pHalydyahwpointscutshattheBradford .,
has been the powers reasonably required some other place outside the courthouse '
Walter Taft Nazworth. 70 ofStarke "It was exactly what I expected" to act as an efficient court. Inherent powers assuming erroneouslythUs for the meeting of the grandHardy grand Jury room was used for "
,>>aa attempting to make a left said Hardy. "I didn't see how they powers derive not from a justiciable matter in the grand Jury purposes only II time In
turn off SR-I when his vehicle stall could rule any differently. I expected legislative grant or constitutional provision sense that it requires adjudication of bases his stand on a Florida 25 months, from May line to June 19, 'r :,
ed. Another northbound vehicle a them to either vacate it or give us a but from the fact that It Is a Issues between parties of a law suit.It case from St.Johns County Charles 1979. The grand Jury room stayed va ro:: $+
1971 Chevrolet driven by Larry F. fact-finding hearing." court which has been created and to was involved not Yawn maintains. Nothing Is C. Mathia.Jr. vs Robert L. Lovett, et cant or was used for such things as :I1"1 -
Cantrell of Starke, brushed the Yawn,who refused to give the county be a court requires certain incidental except administration of the al, in which the St.Johns County judge workman' compensation hearings, I,;'
bumperof the stalled vehicle because a hearing when he Issued the In- powers In the nature of things"Yawn business of the court. sought to enjoin the county commis- taking of depositions, a conference ?
he was1 unable to stop. junction Sept. I, 1978. maintained the cites a textbook; Carrlgaa. Inherent Attorney Hardy states: sion to furnish and equip his office room, or by the state attorney to take .
Estimated damage to the Chevy decision "does uphold the inherent Powers ., the Court.National College "The obvious question in the pre and courtroom facilities so that they testimony. \4\
was$1,500, and to the Ford $ISO.j powers of the court" to have of the State Judiciary, Second is whether or not the would be suitable, safe and adequate.The .
"/j necessary courthouse facilities. Printing 1977, as his authority. Bradford County Commission has '
Another' vehicle also traveling Key to the district court ruling is discretionary authority to decide how trial court in the St.Johns case
north post SR-100()( slammed into the the distinction between whether !the The court has considerable experience certain space shall be allocated and held !the court's complaint was Insufficient 1..
stalled.Ford, however the 1978'Ford. court is asking for space that is in the use of make-shift used in the courthouse. as a matter of law, though the tII-IlK I
station-!wagon driven by Robert desirable as opposed to necessary: quarters, all most unsatisfactory, There is no question but that the allegations made by the court were :
SharpotSouth Carolina was totaled. That distinction gave rise to the hearIng said Yawn In his injunction. county commission has to provide appropriate true. The First District Court of Ap .
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control*.Decor -. half feet Langseth' bountiful
color with beard was bequeathed f ;
REGULAR PRICE nylon binding. to the Smithsonian Insti

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CHARLIE + LUGGAGE PRINT FILM Play galnt the computer or another V.. .
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COLOGNE Dualsctlonshaving I Attncttvelystyled In pictures RE&. $39.M i
llead..Ea.y.open blue or brown. t
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OLD SPICEDECANTERS MEN'S LADIES' BISSELLVACUUM 8YLVANIA CALCULATOR razor.
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