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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 27, 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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01738
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Ca were denied Bobby's the Halls and Edwards made factor was the primary reason for the :.
Produce and the beat from the Zoning statements at the Bradford County zoning board's decision on the Hall '
'I h Board meeting erupted Into a fistfight Jail after the meeting. property although the board :/
JIh ,, between Bobby and Ronnie Hall The zoning board denied the request members did not specifically say .....
and their acroaa-the-road competitor of William II. Hall Sr.to changethe that. a 1
Curtis Edwards last Thursday' night Eoninf of the building in which BR Is a broad commercial ri'

:The state attorney'i/offlce her Is Bobby's Produce to & intersection classification allowing any type commercial 1
H ., ,, Investigating the fracas between the thwest corner of the development BR allows convenience .
Hall's, who own and operate Bobby' from BR to BH.The board also denied stores but not gas. ,;;;:, ;.
Produce and Curtis Edwards who' a request for a special use permit to Edwards Grocery to one of two convenience 1
.- owns andjoperatea Edwards Grocery. permit gas pumps at !the location. stores with BR classification "

A Both are at the Intersection of SR-100 Both the decisions were on 4-2 votes with gas but that zoning was approved -
l 4 r and! SB-18 at Theressa between' on motions by Art Schulz. Voting prior to 1974 when those -.. 1
Starve and Keystone Heights. Both against the request for the gas pumps classifications were rewritten. \
were Robert Scott Don Rardon, The current BH classification Is far :
Jerome Johns and Schulz. Voting too broad and needs to be rewritten '.;

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foropetitlott, The Hall's originally asked for a4 ,. j
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T ciinY understinS"wnyJanyoner: sell produce picnic wppl < _
would want to deprive a man of his hardware. That request was denied
life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness because the store front is only 18 feet \1
I which the Constitution guarantees" from the SR-100( right way, '
Johns said. The Hall's then got a variance approved

_ k Zoning Board Chairman Jerome by the Board of Adjustment to ,
Johns answering Johns and Triest operate Ute store on the condition thata 1
r7 said the zoning board\ not determin line of posts be put in front of the ,

a\\\ I i3 H sidering ing competition proper zoning.for anyone, but con- store SR-100.to The prevent posts congestion were removed with I v.

Zoning decision may properly be before the store opened the toning office
based on matters of health safety says.
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and welfare Gaines said the safety Since the store opened the line of :
People goods has been expanded to Include "

groceries beer, all legal under the I
Deadlines BR classification. :
Early The change to a BH classification" '. ).
was requested by the Halls after a
Needed Again stop work order was issued when
Games saw gas tanks on the Hall pro

.With New Year's Day falling on perty.
Last Thursday's action denying the I
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Tuesday year
zoning change to BH so the convenience
Telegraph staff off for the holiday,
store could sell gas was the
advertising and news Is needed earlyfor latest In a series of problems the Halls
the Jan. 1 edition. have faced in getting the zoning
Deadline for classified advertisingwill "
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be Monday. Dec p.m.
Hall
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was Curtis Edwards, who owns a convenience '.
be Monday at S p.m. store, with ,
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'..rrre Persons having news Items for the
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Jan.. paper are requested to have the board
Edwards showed the zoning
".' It'sLookin Good. Items In the Telegraph office Thursday
.. color Polaroid pictures of beer trucks
. or Friday If possible, and no
blocking the right of way at the Hall
later than I p.m. Monday. Correspondents -
store and impeding sight around the
--Rip Green Is slttln pretty these days In his new store and home on Pine sod Idea John Dig,. Jr.. said It Just wasn't right for Rip to be sleeping a cold and are requested I* have corner from SR-18 to SR-100 toward
North Streets Ills old establishment sits next door as a reminder of days gone leaky place. So they all got together"; pooled their talents! and put up a new their copy: to the. Telegraph office by Starke. He also presented a petition -. ,
by. building. The materials were partially donated and Rip paid for the rest. IS a.m. Monday.The office'will be containing 60 names against the zoning .
t:.Green's new place doesn't leak and Its nice and warm and, beat of all. It was a Doing business from behind the counter to Rip's style since he's crippled with Telegraph open change.The '
(Ift. spinal meningitis. The smaller children just walk right around the counter and for business as usual Monday. Dee Halls exhibited a petition with,
office will be closed New
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tell Rip what they want. Rip sells. cookies for a penny apiece: candy bars, chips 31.: ZONING CHANGE '
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./Several! neighborhood men who spend many hours (booths' the breeze with Rip and soft drinks. And occasionally, he'll shine a pair of shoes. Year's Day and will reopen' for,
decided It was time the old man had a comfortable: place. The force behind the Rip laid he feels "fine" about his. new home business Wednesday.Jan. 2. .. J
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OCT Staff Writer looking building that is dry. warm whl t." children meant coming to Rip's for a TWO SECTIONS 1 ,. ) I
and quite comfortable for Rip whose The game was played frequentiyyean lunch of rice and beans. SECTION \" '", '
whole life centers around the store'' ago that got the "The principal of the school knew Society ... ... .. Pages SAAtAEditorial i ,'I.j,
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(text door serves as a reminder of the And the good that was done for Rip School of Whlstology." The men didn't corns back." Rip said, ..Leaala& 1i1 ....... Page It A i,
past but it hasn't changed the warmth Is returned to the men who come visit would play across the street reminiscing. ',,
and communality that pervades Rip Rip every day for a couple of hours or underneath the shade of the trees and ,,'<\'. SECTION Bt I\ .'
Green's comfortable new store. more-they can discuss philosophize others would wait at Rip's store for He doesn't cook anymore because, Snort.. .... .,Pages I B.4B.*CS. .l'dr;;;ipk:! !1
:-The:;; 'flow of people through Rip or just sit in comfort, too. their turn sipping something cool to, he doesn't have has equipment set up CII..llledl. ...",. ..,Page IBOMtvarle ..;.."' :'..., '
Green's tiny store on Pine and North Rip's legend began in 1938 when he drink: yet. "1 might start cooking again,,.! *.. .. .... .. ..... a. .I.r "-;:' ,
Streets. is constant.'Older built himself a store tie was never Rip has a reputation as a cook too. don't know I'll just have to '"." \ -:
men come in to sit and wile married so, OK big or fancy place "I used to cook all sorts of thinp," MnlQAyDlC.2t ":' t .. "
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the.time'away with Rip and drink a wasn't necessary. The old shack attracted Rip said, taking a slow drag off a Selling candy and cookies Is sup; Holiday ScheduleWith HIGH SCHOOL' .I jl

I dar The conversation Is punctuated the young folks ''as well ..sRip' ...... -" plemented by shoe-shine business' 1fHN-rar MUNM9N \ ysx';'. l' .
by tha perpetual drift of children coming peers.And folks grew .a very occasional and casual '
in to buy a candy bar or cookies: orsomething .up but they still came business as evidenced by the single New Year's Day falling on s..C.o.eac.cwb& ".: ",. ... .
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: to drink. "I've seen '.m growd up-from pair of shoes sitting on the counter Tuesday, most government offices .'
elementary school all the waiting until around to and banks will be closed. DM..raeP.M. iT 'ti': t,
way Rip gets
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:counter justcome around and tell Rip stop In here.Everybody..ill. As he Sits lathe wheelchair donated be closed Monday and Tuesday with : I IM
that they want. vouch for that,,.tool by Clara Knight Rip Is a symbol of a the exception of the clerks office MI.SDAY..IAH..j. ; ,
:.FTb $1-year-oid self-styled Friends say when thejr 'visit old continuity that's bard to find I In these which will be open both days. SCHOOL atomsHotwArtsovixi :',;(' ,k
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[:;'businessman is feeling pretty comfor friends that have left Starke, they. days of mobility and future shock.His Florida Bank; of Starke and Community c...w. .. .. +\ :I i : > i I
"table these days In the new store that always ask "!low'. 'ol Rip?" charmingly slow smite haS Invited State Bank will be open during 'cOUtt..y'Of I '" "'r::;,
f was' built for. him by the neighborhood The young men who join Ute service count ena number of people to eonfidev' :' tbetr regular hours Monday and .... "';/ ,'
toco.As. oftentimes write Rip from their posts In him to seek advice. closed Tuesday. IlllItM o
John Diggs Jr., tells It."We Just'' and when they come'' back:, they: "Ob yen, folks have come In here County commissioners will meet JItK"
felt It was the right thing to do..lt was always stop in at )\h)'.. and I listen to them about tbeirproiblirnis. Jan 7 at '::30 a.m. for their regular' $#PLY :'. '
bard going to bed ht thlnkinaabout .Discussing what "1e, what was, and .,I mostly listen.! though." commission meeting and the Start', of 8tantua d,
Rip in% his old place that leaked what might be"makes up only part of The only advice Rip said beHis. U.to 'council will meet Jan. IS instead of."! r M.v3otk, e".t'l la' i),: "'. 1'

and was cold. So we got together and the .endless talk-there1 sports and, tell people to live & life JanMos \\f, ... 1C 1CIft. HII4OfI" ,........ S. \') !
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did it" ;* "'. > women and politics religion and people. quit*obviously, to a manifestation Hwy 100 And .t"-t
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1. -ale ZA TELEGRAPH December 17. Itn
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1 He's Mr. Farmer in Alachua County* But A* T: Andrews'' Roots kr6 Bfere : :!f' I



A.T. Andrews is Mr. Farmer In man who can taft'tbe language of the Alachua County Extension Service says Huggtaa "}fe'. the type that "If yw has a staler. winning leans, Kvkaa Betoken up gotfanttVI"
,, Alacbua County but his roots are in farmer. a man who can understand after a tour of duty longer HMM any gives pnctteal help." you work. Ita at kick," he say*. .tt.if'N1I( : '
j Bradford County where be was bore what a farmer means: says former other agent who has worked tejbc extension Andrews, M. .is tbe son of the late Andrews glee competition. "It In Ms a unt W< t George Hug- program In Alachua County. John Andrews. He is married to Mary makes work .
and raised and started his career 31 Bradford county agent you harder, be says.Such eel .p'tting out_lIng .
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gins, a long-time associate. His career extends back to 1954 when Ellen Wasdin from Graham, the competitive sports ax' softbaUand with" active farm peoplel ;
\1 ,11x,will retire at the end of the That may be because A.T. Andrews he started work In Bradford County. daughter of Math and Bessie Wasdin. bowling have been his bobbies RI feel like If everypenon) I Hi
aad plans to visit some of the was raised on tile Uarklee Starling Since ISM Andrews has been director Her mother Mrs. Bessie Wasdin And be played flag footbal) "until f picked up one thing every Urns I shy
year
friends and former mentors here farm tat north of Sttrke. He is a of the Alachua: County Extension Andrews now lives In Hampton. got my shoulder Corn up them, we have accomplished*lot"
when be bas the time. After few farm boy. Service. succeeding his long-time has a brother, W.H. Andrews .
weds hiatus A.T. be will probably Andrews palled tonseU up by the friend WUburn Farrell In the Job alterFarren' and two sisters, vela Edwards U M
work says connected withagriculture boot ttnpa. He Omstoed four years of death. and, Donate Owens, still In
CG to his life-long Tocation and college inn months on the GI bill Til miss it," said Andrews who Bradford County
I be,.is Irrevocably attached. after World War U and went to work has taken fewer than 30 days old from Andrews started his career: as
to For which the put X Andrews; has In Bradford County as director of.the the Job In the past 30 years. director of the veteran's agriculture: +
years "But I think 1 can leave and under the of
been a solid part of activities to veteran's agriculture program. enjoy program supervision ,
and people From there Andrews went to things. V.R. Ferguson. "Probably that's the
develop agriculture young Alachua County and for years was Andrews' friends say his strong best under a. man could have
in When Alachua farmers County.bad a problem with assistant county agent. Back In the point Is his ability to develop rapport says Andrews of his
called on A.T.. And when earlier days the 4-H program fell to with farmers and other people. early days. He also baa a long n bnr
crops they came along. A.T. an assistant county agent The soft- "He's the type of fellow that can get association with George Huggins.
DeW there development to spread the word. spoken Andrews was very popular out and talk the language of the peo Andrews baa been a judge of
was
A.T. Andrews Is one of the last of with the kids back in those days. pie" says Hoggins."The livestock every :year at the Bradford
the old-fashioned county agents, a Andrews Is retiring from the farmers depend on A.T.." County Fair. No one else is as
qualified to Judge poultry says Hug-.

Wring bis service as 4-H agent in
Alachua County Andrews compiled
an unmatched record of producing
( ++ winning teams in state competition.From .
a I960 to 19TO he was advisor to f
153 state winners with some going onto
national honors.
"1 feel certain be baa bad more
e helpful Influence on a greater number
1 1 of youth than perhaps any person In
drews.Extension" says Huggins of An-

,)1 N Andrews says there is no secret to
I i producing winning teams except for i
i ra>'al!
just plain hard work.
s You Just keep working at it until you
are certain the team members know
their subject thoroughly, be says. ''
This cannot be done in Just a few
I IIw Ir hours. Andrews figures be took an
average of 60 hours with a team not
counting bit preparation time.

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Thursday, Dec.20 and charged They're Winner! .tea
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with Introducing contraband into a 1
If -- state prison. Bradford County third graders Una Branham. Karen Hodges and Lore
Dessie. Kempton of 1837 RaifordRd. Callan. show their winning drawings to Oscar the Grouch Sesame Street dur
., an employee at Union Correctional lag a presentation Sunday night.The girls were winners la the "Put YourselUn
Institute, was arrested after a the Holiday Picture" art contest sponsored by WUFT. Channel S and Fr\rfi\. :
I search revealed that the woman had Five. Inc. -
Academic Elite less than 20 grams of marijuana with

her Sue a sheriff's was released spokesman on said.her .own 3 Students Honored by Channel -- 'i
These three Bradford High coeds are really the they're the only ones to earn stralght-A's They are tit) recognizance.Former .
academic elite for the second six-weeks grading ,.rlod- Junior Debbie Parmenter, senior Betsy Yawn, ,and ,
I freshman Debbie Roark. *' Gslnesvllle-Three Bradford County during programming beaks on this
elementary students were honored in the last of Channel 5's December}'
Resident .
Starkt; the "Put Yourself in the Holiday Pic membership drive. -'
3 Earn BHS ture" art contest sponsored the week ..: )
; i Straight-A's at Arrested for Drugs of Dec. 3-8 by WUFT, Channel 5 and According to WUFT Development"
Friends of Five. Inc. Director Bredna Jones the contest:
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I I A 32-year-old former Starke resi Third graders Lorie Callan of was sponsored to heighten student s
Just three of some 1,250 students at body, earned places on the A-B honor Sophomores-Tina Best, Vickie dent was arrested Monday on a warrant Brooker Elementary, Tina Branham awreness of public television. Draw'tings :
Bradford High earned straight-A's for roll for the second six-weeks. meanIng Carver. Lorraine Chambers, Tammy with $ IOOO bond for possession of Hampton Elementary and Karen by overall winners Kyle King ofJ i
I the second six-weeks grading period they made no grade lower than a Denton Teresa Harley, Gina Lane. of delivery of two controlled drugs. Hodges of Starke Elementary drew Live Oak and Gerry Smith ef'',b
i 1 I which ended shortly before the B. They are, by grade: Terri! Massey, Jennifer Nix, Randy WyndeU Grover. 32. a rural pictures which were selected as the Gainesville were used as thecoverotnWUFT
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Christmas holidays. Parado. Guy Parrish> Julia Pendar- Gainesville! electrician, was charged best submitted from their schools. holiday greeting cards. ",:j.
I Senior Betsy Yawn almost steady Senior- Ann Brooks, Peggy via, Thomas Powell' Karen Thorpe with two counts: of possession and Each student was presented with a More than 1,000 entries were recejv-c.n;
on the straighUA.Iist for her'entire Cooper, Sarah Faulk, Christie Richard Trainer. Barbara Wlke. delivery cf'axyeodaoe IPercodan certificate: and a"WUFTT-shfrt during -- ed by the 'Gainesville-based rpublJ'is
I I high school and Junior high career. Faulkner, .Cathy Glider Janice -. (fr t Rand one count 'of possession and1delivery 't an-awards' ....ntatf lt..l')i&4befnWUFT televsion statibnnvfromioslMsolttiaa
f f rned all-A's for tnejecond time thia Jockel. Chub Johnson, Tammy of phenometraslne studios Sunday''Ittgfnt;Dec9:'"" throughout 'the '16c'ouhtyviewing' ,
I J school: year. Betsy is the daughter of Powell, Richard Smith, Pam FreshmenSusan Alvarez Ethel l (Prehxtin). The presentations were made on-air area served by WUFT. ,..1I
> t' Circuit: Judge Theron A. Yawn of Underhill Renee Williams. Bass Randolph Crawford, Edward _. _-.:..:;:;,;::1/:1
Gainesville and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn Crews, Thomas Crosby Marla r
of Starke. Betsy has recently been JuniorsAnnette Austin, Lynette Darley Lori Flynn. Kimberly ;:':. I
11 selected to sit first chair French horn Hamilton, Ronald Jones, Sherra Lawson Bradford McRae. Yancy I
of the all-state high school: band. Bet- Mott, Vickie O'Connell Regina Miller Daniels Rigby. John Riggs,
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sy currently is enrolled in advanced Rasnick, Joyce Thorpe Dale Craig Sapp. Robin Stern, Jeffrey ,
; English 12. biology II psychology) Underhill. Taylor. ': ,
J.; band, humanities, and is an aide t or iiiiLpp ; .
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Junior Debbie Parmenter is on the ":. :,:. 1
list for the first time this school: year. : .. t
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\ Board Member and Mrs. Vernon THE BEST .
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; Parmenter. Debbie is enrolled In ...1"-0 i
,} economics and Americanism vs. .

I'. aide Communism, advanced chemistry American teacher's history, : -, j.. -- .-. ,-..
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: She missed at-A's the first six-weeks IPi'SOMay tufr1

.': when she was Just two points below an r ::-; ",,:
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Earning straight-A's for the first
timeis freshman Debbie Roark. days ahead be golden ,. '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George bright! .. ; j l
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the in honor DELANO THOMAS, BROKER .,
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__ Qrdf.tlClir f nas.Weekend Reported by Local LawmenIt ::1


,, was*quiet Christmas weekend. There were no Injuries in .the Hance Thornton reported at 1:30: Other arrests are expected according
? i Worst happening local officials wjtjcks "' local higjhway< a.m.Saturday,Dec.SB, that someone to Deputy; Green.
heard of was a cow killing on Hance patrolmen althhoough the death tcaU ,had killed sad carried oft a cow from Solving crimes so autekly.is usually .
Thornton' place wltlv' two failed for statewide was rising. Ms farm on the west side of US-301 a result of a tip. Deputy Green says. I
the rustling and a third to be arrested The City of Starke north of Starke. Just three hours He compliments the people of Bradford r
4 according to the, Bradford, 6herUr.DePartment. ment also reported a'quiet weekend; later at 11:22: a.m.. Deputy Glen County for cooperating with the r
s '' 'I '> with nothing much out of routine. Moore arrested William Sebor Starl Sheriffs Department.
The Sheriff Department'Is also There were not even any accidents. ing.50 of Rt. 1 Box 2M Starke.. Later "They tell us what tbey know, and
working on the theft of a pump stolen reported in the city. that day David Stephenson of Sleepy they know we won't release their
f 4 in Clay and which ended up here.Just But the biggest partying holiday Hollow Drive, Starke was arrested. names. Then our man get to work;
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routine. weekend of the year Is coming up. they know we'll work hard on It.
MW'r very grateful."says'RobertGreen. Local: lawmen aren't counting their Both Starling and Stephenson were "The people of Bradford County are
1 chief deputy of the Sheriffs chickens before the New Year holiday charged with larceny of a cow and better deputies than we are," Green
0 Department. .Is past. grand theft. says.



more on ZONING CHANGE, from P. 1............................................... I It1

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names In favor 01 the name, but tersection and that the site blocks the no time limitation was set. Under a
waited until after Edwards' petitionwas view of driven. special: use permit, the Halls could
presented to present! It. Ronnie Hall repeatedly assured the have gas pumps for a specified periodof
toning board that the time but the zoning change would MAY1980BE
gas pumps
Joe Hall and
Bobby his Ronnie,
have to come after that period of time
were spokesmen for lIODi klalls atTluarsday' would be placed In back and the entrance
had
.meeting. Ronnie changed to the rear or the
most of the talking but punned store.
several times to ask questions of his. "It would be stupid to leave the door
father.. William H. Hall Sr. did not In front with the gas pumps in the
speak back. You can't have two doors in a elapsed.HAPPY
business you need to check salesmenin BOUNTIFUL
Ronnie Hall said be had told the and out" Hall said.
toning board at a previous meeting If the Halls got a BH classificationcould
r bow the Halls Intended to solve the they do anything they want with sYAR1 .-.-
pace problems. The Hall property ls the property, asked board member .
narrow some 65 feet where! It faces Don Kardon. Yes, under the existing
SR-100 feet. .Is 293 feet deep along coning code, said Gaines.Radon .
SR-iS. The west or back line of the said he felt some restrictions -
property .is much wider than the should be placed on the property ._.M.
SR-ion frontage, Ronnie Hall says. and that the board more properly
should consider a special use rather
Receives Citation
Safety Plans are,Hall explained to the toning than a zoning classification change.
.- board to change the entrance of The special use was discussed but
I
!trwIt"Chle': Jimmy Bowen bold the Pedestrian Safety Citation awarded the the building to the back and to place a
ilfootStarke by the Pentium I Motor Club (AAA) for lit achievement In the the gas pumps In back and to the side a
bmuittiMi of pedestrian fatalities and Injuries of the present building.
xMte-aifety Citation I. one of 3M top citation to be prevented by AAA club Zoning board members questioned
f rttf jM! county In the federation's annual Pedestrian Seafety Inventory.oiiqiieprogram .a Hall about the size of the property.
In the nation said Hampton Dunn vice president of AAA. SchuU noted the 'danger of the in- r
Kftetttgiiuion( 4s given to cities and states that have determined superlror
acnnnrements In their pedestrian death and Injury records and have conducted 0
{fTtffftcpedestrian safety program. &ve41 .
a Dunn voted that pedestrian fatalities account for nearly one-fifth of aU traffic ::
WfcHMiaua I : fact often Ignored In traffic safety planning. o
tXtemwttnitles In the AAA program are Judged with others of comparable alsoiiidTcharacterlstlcs.
Program areas evaluated Include maintenance of record GOOD CHEER
safety legislation, quality of school traffic program and active public Information .' _
and education programs.SITOJ GOOD HEALTH
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-....:. !..n.. May all your Joys. be GOOD LUCKGRIFFIS&SOflS
multiplied many times)

'Board of Realtors Have over In the New Year!
FIBER
CLASS WORKS
PASTRY SHOP
3 Muse N. 301

Year-End Meeting 138E.STARKE.CALL ST .964-6831.


i'' The: :.Brsdford-Union Board of J.J.Wolbert,attorney,read a letter
Realtors met Dec. 21 at 7:30: p.m. at from the National Association of
the Starke Golf & Country Club for a Realtors extending a cordial Be It known to .
Christmas buffet dinner and evening welcome to the National Association.The I everyI
of ;.business and entertainment, Charter and Board Banner will I
Cecelia,.Terwillegar, President- be presented by the State Associationat YEAR one. A HAPPY, PROS-
nounced today. She also said that In a banquet In January.
1979 the board had had input Into the Terwillegar thanked all Realtorsfor ,
important: Bradford Subdivision Ordinance. cooperating with each other in the PEROUS NEW YEAR
.. After having had several year 1979 and added that"We are professionals :
meetings and discussing the or who are members of the *AHEAD!
dinance In detail. Ralph Bryan Ver- National Association of Realtors and
subscribe to its strict Code of Ethics. r" .
nie .()dom..and..Paul.F.ulkDer were ty'f; .. ,'- -
We not for each other : '1i
are competitors
sent;ti>;the commissioners as repre-
een 'H&Iof.theJlIoarcI.j.Ja ..s. J iAisDcPreetdent <). -the only competitors we have are the ... :t. FAULKNER ''Nt A llii I)W
: -Terwillegar'announced people who do not use us"Joey -. .
that the Farmers Home Administration Herres sang "Winterwonderland'.nd
will be opening offices hiUgFRRHorical "Christmas song". May it begin and) REALTY .1 Hm's. to 365 shining and bright days ahead I "
and Her-
Courthouse on Call St Mrs. Charles Francis Joey
January and that Senator Stone res played piano duets, "Go TeU It On end with sounds
w01 be here for the ribbon cutting.This The Mountain" and "Hark. Hear The of laughter! 2305 N. TEMPLE THOMAS "GATE" AUTO PARTS
event culminates several years Bells".At the conclusion Joey Herres STARKE ,
:oEwork to locate the office In Bradford played piano solo "Maleguena".
County. Delano Thomas was In charge of the ADVANCED 0 DOYLE & BRENDA THOMAS AND FRANK PATTERSONWe're CD
!A resume' was read of each of- entertainment.Mrs. .
II er's civic contribution to this area. Pearl Andrews won the door ELECTROniCS
Other officers are: vice-president. prize wMJi<< was a variegated Ming
Rflph Bryan; secretary Susan Bak- tree and Bradford Square Florist was '410 E. Call St.
kiin; treasurer. Delano Thomas. In charge of decorations. Mr. and Starke Fla. I
hard of directors are: Lillian Pearson Mrs. Herb Herres catered the buffet
/ Vernie Odom and PaulEaulkner. dinner for the Realtors and their

I guests. ,


I 33 Deaths


predicted BAPPYIf.


2ver Holidays I ,

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ALLAHASSEE.it is predicted by I
thai Florida Highway Patrol that 33
B II
4 people could die in traffic crashes { I
diHng the New Year's holiday period II
unless; drivers make a resolution todtj4a
..Iely.nd to leave alcohol alone mUll!
when driving. S I
!the official 102-hour holiday period
begins at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 28, 1m ILWappy i
a<"& ends at midnight,.Tuesday, Jan. I1OIIAI'S FAil PRODUCE & SEAFOOD MARKET
1980.110ne1 1 1y
Eldrige Beach director of Hwy 301 N. Starke Fla 804-4071
said. "The wise whiter-
keeps In mind three fac-
are: reduced visibility due {.,1:' i
heavier traffic and fewer '., i I
hours. To play it safe check ,
forecasts and road eondirt NwY !1
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before starting out on a winter q .'
1 especially to other states where ': '1
;and lee are a problem." ;" ,
st year during the New Year's7fjJour
period there were 23,, ,
.
fatal accidents with 28 fatalities. unmasking our heartiest + ... ;
Careless driving was listed as thegreatest / ,., '
contributing factor.with 10. 1

lif eight accidents had been the drinking driver or with apedestrian ;%'good wishes for a, sensational 1980. ,


one idler driver the Influence being charged of alcohol.with driving May the new year bring you everything t ,

{Why Year's not make resolution the most of them importantw all to for. ( / jtl! ,{ : \

v*alive next New Year's rod tavpftving ) ) you ve hoped : : ,\ "
your knowledge of ',I !
PERCE 1980
them every des 1' of the in ,

sa .a4tlrar;. concluded Colonel.facb. I



"THE::: BRADFORD : Peace In many ways:Balmy_ H '; ii" "' \ !

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'" Starke' Had ,One Cent w> Its Treasury :


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...... etflTORiALSa To Launch The New Year of 1880

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;' ': Conductors on Iha'J'ra.DsitRailnad.' to spite of his disappointment, Time for Frolic
passing through Starke 100;years ago. however the editor was ._*lad to
Choral Programs in School must have received splendid new see.tow y..1.last oar county: is setting up But I in spite of the shooting*, I the"busted"
.4 uniforms for Christmas. The wttli a good class of inuxugraatt from erty. and the rush ofbusiness
.. December n. Ida: Issae of The the nerth and west Nearly every there was still time for a hi.tie
; ., Telegraph canted the following item: train now brings as from eight: to ten merriment: accordta* la this
And Community Deserve Support .I.' in Its editorial cofaann: new eecevuoBs., I !' Pta and Christmas of 79 item:
Ohio haw contributed: bbera3y toBradford
The Conductors eo the Transit" satiety within: the lastweek.
... -Hon. Ned C. Wainwright our
built it was perhaps adequate but time has Railroad now appear la new uniforms .
Bradford County is blessed with many popular Representative In the last
I taken its toll and at the present time the needs consisting of dart: bIDe suits with Legislatnre assisted bis
talented young people which: was proved by bras bottoMLand *with gold lace by young
the holiday concert in the BHS auditorium are such that the School Board should in- and bsdg.. The uniforms cap are very 3Vasw1 patron. J-L. Wrran is reported to be

when three groups under the direction of Don vestigate these needs and take appropriate ac- neat and pretty and were mad by c' e busily engaged band in for organizing the a first
seuo
Hardy displayed their musicianship before a tion at the earliest possible time. BJT. Haley ef New Market JUf. tor class string
whom Mr. CA. Haley of Feroandina
large audience. Programs, such as these Such action has already begun in part is agent.r -An order for 14 fiddle H banjos,
enable those talents to seven tamberines. half a down
chorus concerts grow
Money has been appropriated for new curtains
four taw-
triangSes, six pair of bones
and to be expressed. In a day of Tbe railroad in thoMdars was commonly
and mature, for the auditorium stage. There was a time bon %. and three swinutes have been
referred
high technology, programs such as these are when the BHS drama department staged a since its tall II&D'.Mt.nae to as "The Transit-Atlantic ordered for the use the band. '

more needed than ever. The gratifying feeling number of plays each year for the student Gulf& West India Transit Railroad"
of accomplishment can never be under body as well as the public in an auditoriumthat would have been too mach of a "During the Christmas holidays theprofessor
the baits
01 Starte"was all
mouthful far And the "OIrporatica will perform at ,
estimated. ordinary CODftI"IaIioa.GoinC
functioned as it was designed to. The south it left Fernandina at broke_hike mod 01 its Inhabitants bops andvicinity shin-digs in bis Unmediat
During the past year members of these restrooms have all but been destroyed. and 10:30 a.m.,,arriving in Starke at 3:17 in the waek following(Christmas according free gratis provided the eggnog -
choral groups have won much recognition the ticket window will not open due to dents. Cedar Key at 9:30 p.....This to a financial! statement by and outer refreshments are furnished
theme
was J.C. Clark town clerk published in in like manner .
original Atlantic to CulT
The BUS
both individually and collectively.
4, the Dee. 37 issue 100 years ago. With
Concert Chorus attended the Florida Vocal Director Hardy says "My dream is to see the fine in the boat late by USA'S.the: Florida It chanced: Railroad names Co. cash received totaling Scores( for the "The music made by the professor

11 Association District Contest last March and auditorium put into first class condition: and and owners many times over the preceding quarter, and expenses of and his numeroub and able staff is
received an overall rating of One. All chorusesare kept that way by putting it under lock and key years before becoming the SeaboardAir $6OZ.M for the same the town said to be charming and wonderfully
had of 000.01 Old who have not
people
treasury a exhilarating
rated by a panel of three judges on a when not in use, and to see the music suite Line around the turn of the ceo- (one cent) on Dec. IS. 17*. danced in 40 years are irresistibly
5-point scale: 1 (superior); 2 (excellent); 3 (band and chorus rooms) also remodeled to tury. drawn to the expire of the floor by the

(good); 4 (fair); 5 (poor). The judges confidentially serve our young people in the best possible Berries for Editor force and power its peculiar strains
rate each chorus as it presents two manner. They deserve the absolute best we Fight Mars Holiday when they glide away through the giddy

prepared numbers on stage in a concert set can give them and anything less than that will The Tdgraph editor in 117t received But times were "rough and tum and mazes of of the bonnie dance: lasses.with tae. .
grace
7 ting. not suffice." a Christmas present! ef strawber ble" in Starke In 1879 and there was
f ries from a lady at Bedford Lake and no truce on fights even! during the
"Ole Bull has Just telegraphed us
Following the stage performance, each At the present time Bradford Middle School was so pleased be getting berries Christmas season. For instance, this his resignation and says it-isDOW
chorus is taken to a nearby room for sight- has two cboruses-a beginning chorus that is instead brickbats for a change that account in the Dec. 17. 179 issue: time for him to withdraw from the
The Bradford High Concert and the advanced be wrote the following thank you: musical world" :
.. singing competition. made up of 6th graders "A shooting occurred near :
scrape ,
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: Chorus was the only one in this district to chorus made up of 7th and 8th grade students.On "Mrs.J.C. Lewis residing on Bedford town Tuesday night last in which :

receive a perfect sight-singing score of One- Friday night. Dec. 14, the advanced group Lake about ten miles southeast, EJD. Wall B.E. Alvarez and TJ.F. ,:: :c.:.
t plus District m is comprised of 16 north of these younger students "held their own of Starke has our thanks for a handsome Johns were wounded. The two last And for the style-conscious ladies of

Florida counties including Duval and and gave a creditable performance along with basket of large full ripe named parties,only slightly. Mr. Wall 100 years ago. The Telegraph advised
wounded ball
the
strawberries. Wilson's Albany variety. was seriously
Alachua who have had long-established choralprograms. "Colored flannel petticoats are
: the BHS choral ensemble. :
.
.Think of UI Ripe strawberries for ing i in his right lung. His CG
in and stocks
again new plaid
Christmas! regret to is regarded as criticalby vogue
say. ."
have the set diagonally
ings plaids
The over-all rating of One at the District Bradford High presently offers two coursesin bis physician. The shooting appears What a way to enter into the New
/ "We are almost tempted to say that to have been a triangular affair :
choral performance-the Concert Chorus Year of 1880!
Contest enabled the BHS Chorus to attend the the man who win still assert that ." .
Florida Vocal: Association State Contest held made up of male and female students with an Florida is not the Italy of America is

at FSU inTallahassee-a rare occurrence for a interest in singing. The second course in worse than an infidel and ought to be

second year group The BHS chorus was choral singing is open only to girls and is being crucified. ,

awarded an overall rating of 2 (excellent) for offered for the first time in recent years as the
County Agents
performance on stage. This is believed to be Girls Glee Club.Membership No Holiday for Editor By ,: .

the first time in history that the BHS Chorus BobbyTaylor
in both of these groups is Editor-publisher W.W. Moore bad notebook' iiI.
was eligible to attend the State Contest available to students who pass the entrance been looking forward to a little rest by

On December 3, six students participated in audition. These courses offer to students an skipping the Christmas week paper- :
opportunity to perform in public as well as but no such luck!Tbe Telegraph issue Ph.aeri2te I '
tryouts for the All-State Chorus. Only 19 of Dee. %1. U7t carried the following :.
> students could be chosen from District III, travel and become familiar with standard sad announcement:

which is comprised of 16 counties. Althoughsome choral literature from all stylistic periods of U you received a flowering plant tractive. Naturally you want :U+e'

schools had no one to pass the audition music history. In short, the choral program "Owing to a number of legal advertisements such as an azalea begonia poinsettia flowers to retain their fresh* ape
all six of the BUS singers passed and five were gives students an opportunity to express we have reconsidered our or chrysanthemum as a pearance as long as possible. ;*
in front of their resolution not to publish a paper during Christmas gift you're probably hop I
themselves
peers-an experience -
chosen for the All-State Chorus. That means Christmas week. We not only present ing the blooms will last throughout The first thing you need ,to,
I that 26: percent of the students chosen for All- that is vital to the adolescent. our readers with a regular edition the holiday season. remember about flowering pot plant :

( .State from this district were from Bradford'High. The community has indicated its interest of The Telegraph today. but we is that most of them have been grow-1
:I I throw in supplement as a Christmas Flowering dhow often prompt hag in a ,carefully, ..:.controlled
I and willingness to support the chorus programby present.a questions to keep them at'J- greenhouse --environment. When2

I I These are just a few of the accomplishments turning out a large and appreciative audience ... they're moved into the atmosphere of
that reflect the recognition that has been won at the Christmas Concert. The door the average home they're in for quitea

by the local groups. It should be made clear receipts of almost $500 will go to help defray ', you shock.'1l have U you to help received it overcome a gift ptanti this

that although things are improving in the routine chorus expenses as well as helping to ,i.. \ shock by paying careful attention;
.
chorus program there are many shortcomingsI achieve some goals such as an improved ,.'" three important factors

i i I : to be overcome. Many of the facilities used sound system and the reconditioning of a ,, temperature water and light

by the chorus are in varying degrees of grand piano, owned by the school but needinga Most flowering house plants need a,
j. disrepair. The chorus room is plagued with a lot of work to put it back into concert condi fairly cool but not chilling.-

leaky roof lack of curtains rotting carpet- tion. .,. temperature. Keep such plants in the*.
where there is a carpet-and insufficient coolest part of a room away from j
Continued of the school choruses as .
support radiators, fireplaces, television ,sets
:. lighting to name a few. well as the community chorus will be one of : C and other' heat sources. However' be ,

I' i The auditorium itself is a facility that the best investments that any individual or 9, ,go 3-0 IYu careful not to expose your plants to a .
cold draft. A prolonged chill or sudden
could make. .
needs many improvements. At the time it was any group ,,. changes in temperature will

(" .. i.:"I..r cause some plants to lose their leaves:
,
I
;, ..'# J .'. t Another thing to consider is the,
?
I : But Not '0"; r r. "" 7'; amount of water the plant receives.
.
Forgotten :
.... ."" '".;'. .,\S---, :, Plants are affected by water in twoways
._,first, through direct application -
--
Joe Kerrigan the fiesty Scotchman who in periences to draw on, getting it down on paper : \' f: r11fl( i; by the of amount water to of the humidity soil and in second the air.

[ his later years became the sounding board and was hard. He did a lot of other things but lost L Most people who receive a flowering

outspoken mouthpiece for the rights of Senior S interest in them and it looked as though Joe plant are quite anxious to take good:
I Citizens in this area is gone from the local would never find himself. ': ; :';"'; care of it. Unfortunately. their enthusiasm -
1 J scene-but not ". .. .. 'N'' '. .. -- often leads to over-watering",'
forgotten.It "Then it happened He became a member of And. this causes more damage to

will be a long time no doubt before the a Senior Citizens group and all the talents and This Little Tag Could Save Your Life blem.plants. Too than much just about water any other pro-
an literally
\ elder segment of our population will find energies Joe possessed had an outlet at last. drown plant roots.Roots need AUUas-

another such dedicated and untiring servant. "He was soon elected president of the local well as water.To properly' water your
Medic Alarm Emblem Speeds Aid plants apply enough to thoroughly,
It remained for Sam McGarvey another unit and put everything be had into making a soak the sod. And don't water again

: \ Scot and longtime newspaper reporter and success of it..apparentJy he felt be was being Over forty million Americans or identification and information serviceto until the sod is almost dry. Check
columnist:: in this area to write with empathy useful and that he was helping others. I saw roughly one out of five people have a everyone with a hidden medical your plants often to see that they drat

I and understanding, a tribute to Joe that expresses the change in the way he spoke before the medical condition that could cause condition ranging from allergies to dry out completely. But. don t 'add. '
them serious in water if the soil feels
problems an medication, heart problems. epilepsy damp.
the feelings of so who did notknow County Commission. Earlier he didn't know ;
many
.
emergency, Medic Alert and diabetes. These are only four i
I) and understand him as well as another when to quit once he got talking, but now he Foundation Iaccordingntumtion l. Many of of the more than 200 reasons some 1.5 Humidity is the second way water

j bagpipe-lover would. spoke to the point and did a good job in his appeal them could be saved by wearing a minion people wear the emblem. affects plants. Most plants do best in-
t i 0 for transportation for the Senior Citizens. medical alert emblem on their wnst. areas of high humidity. But because
: In his Sunday column Sam wrote: stating the type of their medical I problem The small metal tag may be worn winter beating dries out the air in the.
; : "Then one time on national TV news an and giving an emergency either around the neck or the wrist. home,high indoor' humidity is almost,..
,, j1' "When be was growing up. times were hard item came up on the Senior Citizens in a telephone number to alL On the reverse side is an engraved impossible to maintain. II you place':
in Glasgow and so Joe joined with some entertainers meeting in Washington D.C.. and who 24-hour emergency phone number, your plant in a spot where the air is
who sang lively tunes on street corners got up The time factor involved with the the wearer's hidden medical condition usually dry it will need water more-i.
in the audience and but
spoke my old friend and ID number. .dine : .
,
and passed the Hat for donations was then gathering ofbe pabenfs Uxam need an
Joe. The camera focused on him and for a history costly in
that Joe developed his style of singing and an brief moment he was really in the dollars as weD as lost J ftL In Emergency personnel trained to '
urge to entertain. He liked nothing better than limelighL..It made me feel good to him. emergencies, where the patient is look alerting types of ID when faced Finally providing enough light for
see
to lead a group in singing and his voice was unable to speak or-- the with a situation where a victim is normal indoor growth is often pro
I i' 0 r use and at last be had found a meaningful through Medic Alert's ,...hour life-saving information through well in artif'adalligbt. but;rou should
:, : : ,.1 "Joe finally wound up at Camp Blanding (in outlet for his labors. emergency inlCll'lDatiaa.serrice can Medic Alert's central registry.. A try to give them as much: natural hgb( ,
often the difference between wallet card carrying additional information as possible.An east window that catches '
mean
1 the early days of World War II) and it was
I :' t' "Years ago Joe marched with the bagpipes life or death. about tae patient tt issued annually the early morning sun. is an
: there that he picked up barbering and plied blaring ready to battle anything in his to each member. ideal place for flowering plants.If you:1
that trade for in Starke and way. Medic plants in dark
three keep a the
ago.
!t :: years Keystone Farmed years
Now he marched proudly at the bead of his Anyone with hidden medical stasa
charitable and a problem home the blossoms won't
y : Heights."Ibat's how I met Joe. I went into a Alert is a non-profit : long
is to for additional
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organization. drop itsleaves.
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s! J start of our friendship.:* rigan's lusty voice and be glad that in his late ,; ppD4 .tNC too<< h,

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At Mr.Christmas and Mrs. Cedric Party\Hamilton" fJ/w ff ti''flJidjl', ': i ig

owners and operators of the JO-Lu
motel and trailer park hosted a s /
Christmas party Tuesday,bee. 18, at F I I I'I

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TM party was attended by guests a Wr.If". ne I :
from around the state and nation. 964- 7608 .
Several of the guests ware residents 4, .
&.the trailer court, as well as those e y '"
who .spend the winter here in the l'
.Staike area. .fr.> 1
tKi Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Bart.Becker ,
of New York Jim Shelton of Shan Edward is and Phillip Johns

Blue Springs.. Mo, Miss Katie 'f.- i

William Thomas Meadows formerly and of daughter.Hampton Sue Wed Dec. 15 at First United Methodist Church "

Brandon, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lewis of
got Parecla Shan Edwards, daughterof
.Starke .Miss into a gathers d sweep train edged In were each covered with white lace
Ann Starling of I
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards of
and LawteYi matching lace. Her finger-tip illusion cloths over white linen. The silverpunch
Mrs. Simon
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jMr : Starke and Phillip Jerome Johns son veil had seedy earls on the satin binding bowl was encircled with florets ",
tfowagiac. Mich.
.Mr. and Mrs of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Charley I and .
edge anc was attached to a greenery.The
Charles Perry of Starke, formerly of cZ1i1'7 Johns of Crystal Lake were united In camelot cap of lace and pearls. She groom's cake table also was 1
JOorihhampton Mass. Mr. and Mrs:
,
marriage Saturday. Dec. 15. at 6
p.m. carried a case ode bouquet of white covered with a lace cloth and
John E, Howe of Southwest Hourbor.Maine.
; in the First United Methodist Church '
.,. silk roses silk ivy, Boston fern andbaby's centered with the groom's cake that .
with Rev. George Harper performing breath. was encircled with flowers and o;
.A, 8V4 time was had by all.
-3 he nuptials. A held at Starke .
reception w as the greens.In ..
-ID" \ Mrs. Inez Green, organist, Mrs. N. Woman's were the guests were the sunroom was a large dining
G. Daniels pianist and Mrs. Charlie greeted at the d loor by Mrs. Warren table covered with a lace cloth over,
'Dorothy Hamilton and Green soloist presented a programof Winkler. white linen and was centered with an
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; nuptial music. white
pink
The bride's ta ble In the foyer was arrangement of gladiolus
Centering the altar was a IS branch carnations and burgundy pompoms. 5
; k1.L: flirt covered with ar i embroidered linen
arch, candelabra flanked by arrangements cloth and was att ended by Miss Rhon- Mrs J. C. Dukes, aunt of the bride,;;:
$Wed of pink and white da Harrcll and M 'rI. David Gaines. cut the bride's cake. Assisting serving >-
Feb. 1 gladiolus and carnations accented and caring for the guests were
9rtJ P.- -'): with burgandy chrysanthemums and The bride's tab I e was covered with Mrs. Ron Collier, Mrs. John Dukes
uMrJ-and Mrs. D. H. Hamilton of baby's breath. On either side were an Army-Navy cloth and was Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr.. Mrs. DavidBrowning
Avon Park announce the engagementof two nine-branch tree candelabras. centered with a Ar 'Illy.Navy cloth and Miss Janice Browning
their daughter, Dorothy J. to AlanL. Assorted green plants and trees filled was centered wi th a four tiered Miss Tammy Baldree: Miss Lisa
Slit, son of E.L. and. Mary Blrt of the choir loft and were placed at pillared cake toppt id with a bride and Dukes and Mrs. Bill Dodd
Sebring. various points on the altar. The family groom. The first middle tier was Following a wedding trip to Glen- .
ztMis Hamilton Is a 1975 graduate of pews were marked with lighted centered with an arrangement of vile N.C., the couple Is residing at';. .
A-yolpiPark High School and Is candelabras and pink satin bows. flowers and the hot torn tier held wed- Crystal Lake.
employed with Luis M. Pena, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns Mr. Johns attended his son as best ding bells. The cal .(e was flanked by The bride Is a junior at the University \
Mr. Birt attended the University of man. Ushers were Frank Williams, silver candelabras decorated with of Florida and Mr. Johns is a \
Florida and received a B.A. degree In Jay Godwin Wade Winkler, Brian pink and burgundy flowers. junior at the University of North j
Business Administration. He is Retired Teachers Hold Christmas Party Pulling and David Gaines The punch table and coffee table Florida. "
employed with K.B.Kabinets In Sebr- Mrs. Brain Pulling attended her :\
,frig:'':l b!:' munity of Appalachia told by a moue sister as matron of honor. She wore a berwolves
"Christmas With The Authors"was Tim Aid
-A 1 Is planned at posy pink qtana long gown. The waist Needy FamilyBradford 'I
February wedding the theme used by Mrs. A. Russell tain man as he sat by the fireside soft .
t.p.m-,='In the Fellowship Baptist ly plucking at a dulcimer with a look was gathered in front with tiny pleats. .
Norman for the program at the An Her had draw strings imberwolves CB US301 South of Starke and wished ,
(Church.'All. of wonder on his face and a mist in his matching jacket County T 3
.Mends and relatives are cor- nual Bradford-Union Christmas Retired Brunch Teachers of the eye. Mrs. Norman concluded with a at the shoulders and at the club members donal. 'ed a Christmas them a Merry Christmas and. Happy .
diaHy Invited to attend prayer by Opal Lucas, "Prayer For waistline. dinner and gifts to M Irs. Lynn Castle New Year. "
Association Thursday, December 20, Attendants Mrs. Frank and 12 old hter of : ,
The Blrts are former residents of Humility.:" were year daub ; Margo I
the Inn in
at Holiday Starke.
fc sister of the Mrs.
Williams
Hampton. Mrs. L.A. Canova. Hostess Chair groom
Mrs. Norman selected readings man, greeted the members In the lob- Lisa Mitchell, Miss Brenda Roberts .
/- Mrs. Larry Mercer and Miss Ronda
from several authors to correlate the by and ushered them to their seats at
Small World Children Christmas theme. Poems by Helen a U-shaped table decorated with Griffis. Their gowns were similar to
Christmas candles and sleighs filled the honor attendant's except in garnet
Steiner Rice were "There is a Reasonfor
(' with Holly poinsettias and red shade.The matron of honor and atten-
"The Priceless holly.
Celebrate ChristmasSmall Everything", Gift
I dants all carried votive candles en-
( of and candles were placed throughout the
Christmas" "The Night Before 1
circled by silk burgandy roses pink
Christmas" written by Helen Marshall room. Soft Christmas music and
World Day Care Center in her column, INCIDENTALLY candlelight made a beautiful setting. sweetpeas carnations and German
statlce with streamers ma tching their
celebrated Christmas with an evening in the Florida Times Union. The Miss Kathryne Epperson president
Their hair pieces silk
were
and their Christmas Wendell pinned each member with a hand- gowns.
party.,lor .the children Story was from sweetpeas burgundy tea roses and
parents Friday Dec. 21, at the Belew who wrote "You Wanna Hear made Christmas stacking Christmas
nursery. 'Bout That Night", a story as If it occurred gifts were brought to share with shut- German statlce. the 1Rf
Miss Kimberly Dukes cousin of
in members.R. .
'Cake/Christmas cookies and punch. a few years past in a com bride, served as flower girl.
were served up by Elaine Nugent Master Marcus Henry nephew of

Mrs.Roberts'Glenda, and Mrs.Padgett Vera Mrs.Lee Nugent Linda E. Pattersons, Jr. Host Rehearsal DinnerMr. the ,groom bride,was given ringbearer.The in marriage. by her f (f to 1980n.

and the children exchanged
Christmas gifts.. Small World also and Mrs. Robert E. Patterson head table. was centered with a father wore a white paedepeaceg ,... '

attd passed'UlW out' hUdr presents' to YI'tJ\ei.p!the youngsters'parents' Jr.Thursday entertained*i ght.'pee'eo'at at ;a );dinner the Stark party Christmas candles tithe arrangement middle'',,".with.: "' V..I red">> scalitoed with.0encpntace a| V-neckline:: 'on accented.theimted, by,, : ''Ir,",ri i'''a .v.,.. PO (WELL'S DAIRY FREEZE ;lP; ...
bodtteMaced with 'seed The
pearls!
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girw'they! had mad althe"nursery"n: Golf Ihtf Country' b fb* 'their'sonj'Bobby Bridal place cards marked"'the
." and his fiancee, Teresa seating arrangements for the 32 bell sleeves: were also accented by
10 r. 7iiiyp alencon lace The skirt fell k 3C >U N. Starke Fla. OS4- S81 .
..." DeVore following the couple's wed- guests. Those from out-of-town were appliques. .
Sr. of Millport softly from the waistline, cascading ..
Mrs.:Randy Jones ding rehearsal. Mrs. R.E. Patterson
III./j i .r The dining tables set up in the shape Ala. and Mrs. Morris Prater of ,
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of an E were covered with linen Tuscaloosa Ala. -
Shower HonoreeMrs. cloths and held garlands of greenery The honored couple presented giftsto
Interspersed with red candles. The their attendants during the dinner. .
Randy Jones was honored at a
stork,shower Tuesday night Dec. 18.given i

Mkvin'Brown: by.Mrs. Steve and Cubbedge Mrs. Melba Mrs. Methodists To Observe Student Recognition... Day J .

Itowardat the home of the latter on .
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Student will be students Mark Box. Patti Mullira. ,
Christmas decorations were used to recognition day :
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,//highlight I \ points of interest In the par- observed Sunday by the First United Cans and Todd Schmidt with Terry "
(tyrooms. Methodist Church at the 11 a.m. ser Carver presiding. ,'t ,.,
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The gift table was covered with a vice. Forty Methodist college students "
yellow I stork shower cloth. Punch and Taking part in the service will be will be honored. ,

cake were served in the den.
/ The, hostesses presented the 'fI
hdrioree,with a high chair as a t
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mertlehUJi of the occasion. .
'!wenty-five! guests enjoyed the par- A o'k w.
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Saturday gdVe'B'delightful\ night at their wine-tasting home at Country party- right here, with drinks, fabulous music and r ?,

CWb Estates after the Community { ;
entertainment.Bobby's ''
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Chores Christmas Concert ,
trusting the guests as they arrived
war a large sparkling Christmas tree
r yfy decorated with ropes of tinsel Hide-Away
and lights in the living room picture
window.
Other Christmas decorations were ;31 ON. Waldo

uaed'td advantage in the party rooms. ,. ;:-1' i:' '.
The'dinmg' room table was covered ,; ;',,;\
wltlV!*imported lace cloth and was '. I
centered!! with a green red and silver .

,Christmas arrangement. a" ; ,
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Approximately :SO guests f. '
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Ineludtngrfrom out-of-town fin Gillisof .
West Palm Beach, Miss ,Jana The new year brings new" '-, .

Chellmi of Gainesville. 1st Lt. and .',"
Mrs Busby of Fort Hood. Texas \. ".
Tom ;. hope for love and caring .' .
and' "Mrs. Thedeous Lewis of I
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GreeHsboro. Ga. r8t:3J::: Time to thani old I IJ'
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meet Wednesday Jan. 2, at 3 p.m. at '. vft\ .: 'j! "" |.A'"iti '< .,. ..< I "'*'1"
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I Candletig ht Ceremony Highlights 1, IIowtoCarefor mal n. .vrnJtwJh & eeaufy

Cotamanity: Chorus Yale Concert ':, ': Gifts ..
'Living1
Iirrkvds> of WInd. e* ruBe were
improvements will Include
head afaftai law BHS and Horfcon last such Hair Care plays H UnfwrlMtt role in your daily Beauty routine. It Is
Saturday __ during a SO-second things as new stage curtains, an Improved M you were the Judy recipient of a ...; take are of your hair as It ls le take care of
pawl of wont prayer fir v the safety repairs to sound the auditorium.system and'J general dish garden potted bees or foliage .... wing healthy glowing.. skin,without baYing a healthyofhaJrt" C,
this .
Christmas
plant .
ef tbe St American boot res DOW .. mare
..told n Iran.Amid the icantteEgbt. baNy wondering bow Xousslu .
the audience joined met fibers of the Give for your living gift. Most Now that the fall and winter Mason U her your hair will be being the..
Plant. Warmth
Starke Community Chor us In singing homeowners kill their plants with cold m,and wind which robs bair of Its moisture. Therefore we mutt all
the canto that have bet note a traditional kindness literacy that if? learn to deal with changing dimateaand the effects it has on our hair.
And Life Indoors
to Over-watering and
put of the christr nan season. over-fertilizintf
Preceding the comma aity sing the often cause more problems than a Brushing your hair dally b very important It to also very important t*
n lack of these essentials use the right kind of hair brush. brush U the best choice.
." chorus ta Its second' p abbe concertsince Plants have an important role to for plant A natural bristle
ergawtaUan U st summer play in Interior designs. For centuries growth. Keep the following ideas In The bristles are more smoothly contoured so as not to tear hair. Although.'..
t again displayed its professional'1 people have used plants and flowers mind and your plants will) be with you there are some bastes of mixed natural and synthetic bristles. Make
r quality in such: number a as the thrilling to enrich their homes and"_1,*,,". for many years to come sure If you are buying one, you check the brittle closely to see if they -.
-- ---- First of all.there is smooth natural bristle brush. .
'" HaOehijBh Chorus I )ram Handel's People realize and appreciate the atmosphere no such as as a '..
Mr.aad Mrs. MalBc...Grim -Messiah-and the a-ea peila arrange of warmth and life created a house plant a plant to <-
must of"La How a Ro se ere Bfancntngby :by plants. grow inside a home office or other Before you shampoo your hair always brush your hair first as this. :
Mr.Mrs. Mollie G'ffffs Praetorlus. Sometimes plants may serve as a building. When plants are IJ'OWIIIn- helps to separate hair strands and remove any surface dirt. You should-
A group of special umbers'added transitional element This may be doors several restrictions: are Imposed never brush nair when It is wet. This is when hair loses its elasticity and. .
To Celebrate variety to the program and Included a between outdoors and Indoors or bet- upon them. Lack of sufficient light can be easily damaged by breakage. Always keep your hairbrush clean.-: .
and
contemporary am ingement of ween two rooms or two levels inside low humidity are probably the
"Jingle Bells" played as a piano duet the home. most severe restrictions but Shampoo your hair when needed according to your type of hair. Afterevery .
50th Anniversary by Joann Caoova and' Charlene Fran The repetition of plants from room temperatures can: also be a problem. shampoo it is wise to use a conditioner. A deep conditioner is good. .
Many foliage for hair, this should be done month. This will help to repair,
cis. Carol Milner. soprano, sang to room helps to unify areas. Plants, plants prefer a your once a
Mr. and Mrs. MaSte M. Gnffis will "Sweet Little Jesus Boy", and Bill either foliage or flowering types,may relatively strong filtered or diffused any damaged hair. ....;: .. --. ;
celebrate Wen SOh wwddwg anmrersary McRae. Jr. director of the chorus. alter the strong architectural lines of light Places near windows or light
nth a reception at their home sangO Holy Night. a room.A space may seem extremely: fixtures are usually suitable but '
Sunday. JaIL R.from JM pjn. In his brief remark sat the close of harsh cold and very formal without avoid direct sunlight or very dark SHAPING UP : :
sent but areas of the home. . .
No lavttatMos are being the concert. McRae again extendedan living plants. Flowering plants :
an fnends and relatives are invited to invitation to all pe rsons with an interest Plants are not always used in accessory such as mums and poinsetuas will Staying shape Is the desire of almost everyone. :
attend. The CroTu home is located in choral spry ling to join the positions. Flowering plants stand more light than foliage!>> : plants Most people are very conscious! about their weight. How often do you go--
northeast of Raiford. group which. filling J long-felt community and floral arrangements can be a and should be placed the thud areas. somewhere and overhear other people talking about their weight. They.
need. He thi Inked the public focal point of a room the position Watering is one of causes are either talking about bow much they have gained or how much they
... for its encouraging si Jpport of the first often reserved for a fine piece of art. of failure with plants In the home, have lost even! about a new diet out that is guaranteed to make you lose
f'tI V 1.s two concerts and t pointed out that The arrangement can be simple as especially for containers which don't weight overnight.
there is 110 admiaior i charge since the one flower or a single plant specimenif have drainage holes. Generally Exercise and pit.per diet are the key words to staying in shape. By
U object of the thorn a is to make its It is displayed strikingly enough speaking most house plants will) require eating a well balanced diet along with [proper exercise you can ttajLin
music available to everyone. Voluntary Never be afraid to experiment with a thorough soaking once: week. good health and maintain a physically fit body. "Finding the time"or?'I

contribution i are welcome, plants and flowers, because their effects Most plants grow well In just don't have the time",are excuses that are commonly used by most.of
however, and McR ae said all funds in a decor can be pleasantly sun temperatures of CO to 70 us. *
received will be u- ted for such pro prising. t place the plants in drafty: degrees.loca To stay in shape you must find the time.That's when will power and the
jects as reconditx sing the school's"antique" The use of plants is markedly influenced tons where sudden changes /In wanting find the time comes in to it. You have to have an honest desire,
grand pi ano. and Improvement by certain key environmental temperature occur and don't and really care about yourself and your body.
ti w r'' of the auditc slum facilities for factors. Among them are light plants close: to radiators or air condi-place Dieting and exercising are not easy, it requires effort. To get a healthy
the benefit of the middle school and temperature and humidity. If the conditions Uonen. : fit body you will have to work for it and to watch your calories.
high school: choral groups, as well as for optimum growth do not exist Try keeping busy by using your hands to crochet knit or needlepoint,
the Community Chorus. Hoped-for the homeowner has two choices. Proper fertilization is another important when Just watching television. When having a long conversation on OK
He can move the plants to areas part of growing healthy telephone try sweeping, or dusting the cord is usually long enough
{ where their growth needs can. be plants.Follow all the directions on the move around. so that you can get a few extra jobs done. These ideas will i
satisfied or be can try to adjust the environment container so that you don't overfer- help to cut down on some of the snacks that are usually eaten during theses .
to tiliie your plants. Too much fertilizercan fresh fruits and instead of bars .
meet their requirements. times. Try eating vegetables candy "ndj: ;:
J-.SOl.at/ eventually: kill your plants. potato chips it will be better for you and not half as fattening. :.:: .= :.
Probably no other factor win be Watch for common symptoms of Keeping physically fit is not done by Just careful dieting, exercise goes;:: .
more challenging than adjusting the foliage plants troubles which are as along too. There are many enjoyable ways of getting exercise. Try playIng --..
Mr. and Mrs.1.E.. Spies of Rich- light level. All house plants require follows: tennis,racquet ball or handball. Running,jogging, and riding a bid .:
Carolyn Rowe and mond.Va.are ret tinning to their home light, but not all require the same in- Brown tips or burned margins of cle are all lots of fun. : :.
I here this weeken d for the remainder tensity of light Some like the ferns.philodendrons. leaves caused by too much fertilizer For those of you who don't like to exercise alone try Joining an exercise;:=:
I O. John Valdez of the winter. african violets and plants dried out temporarily or windYellowing class. You would be surprised how many other people would love the; .
sansevierias grow well with Indirect burn. chance to work out in an organized exercise class. All you would need i ito- ; :
Wed Mr. and Mrs. Ken Weaver of Fort light Those with highly colored and dropping of leavescan find an empty room then set up a weekly schedule and then find someone
December Worth. Texas ar id Mrs. Sarah Barton leaves such as croton and coleus: and be caused by gas fumes,chilling, to lead the classes or Just take turns. :
of Atlanta are t holiday guests of Col. the succulents and some of the flowerIng overwatering.poor drainage and poor
Carolyn Elaine Rowe of Starke and and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr. house plants grow best la full aeration. .
O. John Valdez of Miami were married sunlight.The .Weak growth or light green! or I
Friday, Dee. IZ. in the office of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and Mr. light intensity in many homes yellow leaves indicate too intense
Judge Line Sanders with the Judge and Mrs. Jerry Lahberte of Jacksonville is usually too low to meet the needs of light lack of fertilizer or a poor root GOOD

presiding.Mrs. Gene SIll iw and daughters of many plants.. In such cases,- supplemental system.
Valdez is the daughter of Mr. Lake Asbury a nd Mr. and Mrs. Carl artificial lighting can be Wilting too much beat. lack of o a.
and Mrs Lindsey Rowe Jr. of Baker L. Johns of St! trke had a Christmas used. Standard cool white and warm water or root injury.1
County but originally from Starke. family get-loge ther Sunday with their white fluorescent lamps are good Spindly growth and small leaves LUCE
Mr. Valdez is the son of Mr. and mother, Mrs. I '. J. Shaw. sources: of artificial light Most plants too little light or too high
Mrs. Mano Valdez of Tampa. Valdez grow well and are attractive In appearance tempenturea.IESTI. IN

is a sergeant in the Hialeah& Police Mr. and Mr s. Steve Pierce of Los when placed under a com t 0 g Q .
department Ange..... Call are Friday to Thursday bination of cool white and warm white
) The couple will reside in Starke. guests of f Mr. and Mrs. J. D. fluorescent lamps or cool whit and<
Yeager. grow-fluorescent lamp There are a
variety of grow-fluorescent lamps
L r i
i. y.JC-, Mrs. H. M. Richards spent Monday available from major man+factiis's. a >ter to flood time* good '- ._, .,
I to Wednesday with her daughter and The proper temperature is important fortune, oood Wends ahead!
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Vellenga and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck in for the growth of house plants.
family spent the weekend with his Palatka. ST le was accompanied to Most house plants will do well atan
II mother Mrs. William Vellenga in Palatka by Mrs. L. D. Vining who average day temperature of 6SF to BRAUA RESTAURANT
; StPetersburg. visited Mr. a nd Mrs. J. C. Vining. TO-F and about 10" lower at night. LUCK
H Most bourse plants seem to grow Wanda & Everet Phillips And Employees
: Mr., and Mrs. Lemuel Williams and Mrs. Maxi! ne Hall Jimmy Hall and best in a moist atmosphere However,
I family of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. daughters a od Ms. Doris Conway of the average humidity in most homesis
Kenneth Martin of Jacksonville are Gainesville were Christmas day well below the optimum) humidity of
1 holiday guests of their mother Mrs.L. guests of Mi >. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin. 40 to 60 percent. The humidity around
a plant be increased
can
S. Williams and all were Christmas by daily syrInging
with a fine of and EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL :
day guests of Mr and Mrs. Warren Mrs. Han y Mooty spent Christmas spray water
I WinklerMr day with hi sr cousins, Mr. and Mrs. placing potted plants on a two or
I Milton St Peter and family in three-inch bed of moist gravel. DIPLOMA BY TAKING THE GED TESTS.?
House
be
plants
and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and Gainesville can very pleasantand
of enjoyable part of the home and :. .
family Tampa the weekend
I with their parents.spent Mr.and Mrs.Sher- bt Lt an d Mrs. Tom Busby of Fort office if chosen with care and proper :. Applications For The GED Tests
rod Hamilton in Starke and Mr. and Hood Text is are Christmas holiday ly managed. : Are Being
Mrs N B Rosier in Lake Butler. guests of hi jr parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Taken
At
F. Blood orth. Mrs. Busby, the 4Yii l 6Y/1 Bradford. Union Vocational
Mrs. Mary Katherine Wainwright former Ca rot Bloodworth, graduated .
I and family of West Lafayette Ind. Dec. 14 wf th a degree in business ad- Technical Center.
and Mrs Betty Lou Shaw and nunistgrat Ion from the American Sherry Cewart Is PrwMted
daughters of Orange Park are holiday Technolog [leal University in Killeen, Deadline Is December 28 1979. -
/ guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs.J. Texas. Sherry A. Cowart daughter of
R. WainwnghtMrs Orene P. Cowart of Starke. has
Mr. and ;Mn. E.J. Dowling.Sr. had received her first promotion in the Call 964-6150 for information. ':
F J. Shaw as weeke nd guests their son-in-law VS. be
was Tuesday overnight Air Force. May you a partyto .
guest 01 her'granddaughter. Mr. Prof. R. I .. Lee of Wilton. Conn. Mr. Cowart to .
promoted airman is
and Mrs. Jerry Laliberti in Jackson Lee is tJ.e husband of the former assigned to HoUoman Air Force Base. the best new year Examinations: Are Scheduled:
Helen Do '
w ling. Alamogordo, N.M., as a packing and '
villeMr crating specialist with a unit of the ever! JANUARY JANUARY .
:
Mr. ai ad Mrs. Dale and .
and Mrs. Bob Nobel of Man- Crosby Tactical Air Command.The .
dann. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Darby and family of Orlando are holiday guests airman is a 197} graduate of 7.8 9&1O .
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family of Orange Park. Mrs. Lee of his ps treats Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bradford High ScbooI.Weam. OASIS LCOHGE
Akndge and family of Lake Butler Lee trot ,y.Pie..

and Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns and i It.44Gi 301 SOUTH 1 :00 2:45 p.m. 6:00: 7:45: p.m. : -
\ Charles Darby of Starke were .
Christmas and Mrs. day dooer guests of Mr. stripping is one TOM A ESTER STAU1NOS 3:00.4:45: p.m. 8:00: 9:45: p.m. .-..:
Johns
Randy at
Lake. Kingsley .Pete Completes of the easiest and least AND PRESCOT GLL 8:00.7:45
Armor Training expensive ways to save : p.m. JANUARY 11 :

NOW Pfc. F lenry J. Pete, son of Mr. and energy in the home.I 8:00.9:30: p.m. goo: 1O:30: a.m. .". .
-.'. OffIce Sa.i1. ." Mrs. J ohn H. Loggins. Route 3.
.w.c.Sf.. Starke.
recently completed training
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s..cIiee
as an ai fmor reconnaisance specialist
........Cer*. c .fte at the l ,IS. Army Armor School Fort

)(1'. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., Knox. t:y. I New Years Eve; Party Back Door
Mr. and Mrs. Carter. Jr.. and sons. The I raining was conducted under z New
: Notee Makers Loungef
Brad and Keith.Jeanme and Canton the One Station Unit Training (osur Fiats _.
Faulk and progra f n. which combines basic com '.
Pam Raeburn of Starke. 9 A.M. tfl 2 A.M. Hwy 301 South
)(151'alane Pabst of Tampa and bat tra I Ining and advanced individual
Miss Brenda Prevail of Tallahassee trainin |j into one 13-week period. Come One Come All .
mere Sunday Christmas dinner guests The armor reconnaissance {,

.: Jacksonville.of Mr. and Mrs. UA. Johns in specia train i list g. including course: consists mines and of weapons demolitions [paste Lounge! New Years Eve tr") < r ,: ?

.i naintenance of armor vehicles, .
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; '. : Louis Young .Jr. of East map trading communications and 301 South ; .
i <. Bronswick.: NJ. is home for the artille fy adjustments. Party ',
': holidays with the senior Youngs.:
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i ;; Chase 'of Ariz is
Hardy Phoenix
Rssinaflsise'i ;
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Mr.and Mrs.Charles ........:.>
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:i f =10 Per Couple :t. .
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns spent the
::.: : holidays' with her parents. Mr. and
:;; !;;. Mrs. B. V. Broom in Barnsville. Ga. -
r.' FREE ((4i7! 4L

i f Mr. and Mrs.IT.:Rl Howe. r.'were .

2 f.if j. recently ..isJted:bY; their:grandson. 196o ,7: ChampagneSingle
Dale Howe am* Us fiancee. Shari I "
:i.o.: Peter Dale.aed Ehari are both
y seniors at BotCJone University and
graduating in Ka,. They also :.
J i 1 plans June wedding in Flint Mich. Mayan your days

flow tranquilly! .
:. Mr. and Mrs.Stan Reddish of Jampa ...... ,
i are spending the holidays with : I. Ladles *
M Single Always Get In Frte.
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]i J : their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Drew t j For Your Entertatnmant,1\\,1
'i Reddish and Mr. and Jin. Vincent: j :
:: Lewis at Kingsley Lake. Also Joining SimE FIRESTONE a Open Monday thru Saturday TV 2 P.M,, The Younger Brofho/s" Band' 1

the Lewis family are Mr. and Mr : UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Throughout The Holiday
Season
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I I Bruce Ivey and family of Fort 402 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE
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by Elizabeth Terry Personals Mr. and Mrs. Dave Huber attended and Kri of l-ensaeon. spent Friday
phone 7U.s380: Mrs. Mrs. Gloria Hansen,at the Junior College and MtI.
Nancy spent a week with her brother Mr. Bill Dobbs and tbriI'
: ACTIVITIES) and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Sam and Sherry Martin of Starke "W.s. Crews and his grandmother in Jacksonville on Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hlcglnbotham ofMaxvUle :;. I
of
i Grace United Methodist Our Annual Hicks, of Chicago 111. Their brother were Wednesday supper guests Mrs. Pierce Crews, visited her Mrs. Ruby Atwood and Mrs. Pierce: are spending some time in I.
Christmas Celebration was a and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. their son-in-law' and daughter Mr. brother-in-law. Mr. Waldo Pringle Crews were business visitors In their mobile borne bereMr. ,
:. Joyous affair with many old friends Hicks of Michigan Joined them Floyd there and Mrs. Dave Huber and amuy. Tuesday in North Florida Regional Jacksonville on Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hall and children .;,
returning to share the season with ua. and they Hospital In Gainesville. and Mrs Earl Troxell are spending of Huntsrille. Ala., visited Mr. and
enjoyed being
Ray Shuford. playing the sax together. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Leasure.Sr.,of Mrs. Loreltha Hewitt of with
Mr. and Mrs. Clary Terry of a Christmas vacation their Mrs. SUmpter Harley on their way to ,
phone Kenna WUkerson on the Newberry stopped with Charleston S.C., spent the weekend Tallahassee spent Friday until Tues son-in-law. and daughter Mr. and visit their pf rents at Ormond Beach
clarinet and Bryan Bowman on the their cousin Miss Elizabeth Terry with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp and ArtewlDobbgpa t, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Craig Carol and family of Boca Mr. and Mrs. O.J. BoyeUe and
trombone gave us a special treat in while they were on their to family Raton. family attended their family reunion
way
the orchestra section. Jacksonville on Wednesday morning. Scotty Tinnier of CookvWe Term., and Christmas dinner at the horn of
The choir under the direction of Mrs. Joyce Futch of came home to spend the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Durden and
Judy Becker was a blessing In two Ga., was a Monday Blackshear.guest of holidays with his parents. Mr. and family on Sunday.
services, one at Lawtey Correctional Mr. and Mrs. Truman supper Norman. d' Community Newsby Mrs. Lester Walker and grandparents Mr. and Mn. Dave Kelly and
Institution and our own church Sun Mrs. Fred Moore was a luncheon Mr. and Mrs. John Steele. Justin Miss Tracey Kelley of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Donnie
day.The guest of her son and .
United Methodist Women had a Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore daughter-in-law and family Elisabeth, G.Walker at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church family of Starke Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Kelly of dainesvlite spent the
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lovely Christmas luncheon at the of Lake City on Saturday. She phone M4-44U Dec. through 30. Waters and family. Mr. and Mrs. weekend with their parents Mr. and '
Rev. BlUer and congregation will
home of Mrs. Jewell Roberta with co- then went to Live Oak Danny Waters and family Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. u
hostess Miss Dorothy Swanbaum.The Saturday until and spent Dell Chapter in OESi will observe conduct service at Ebezener Baptist Mrs Michael Waters and family of Mr. Ben McCulley spent a week .
highlight the Tuesday with her ton Eastern Star Dec. SI at Greater Church beginning Jan 0 at S p.m. AllIntel'elted. "
was revealing of the .in-law and 7:30 Mlddleburg. Jimmy Hlgglnbotham with his mother, Mrs. Sam Lamb of
daughter Mr. and Mrs. invited
secret prayer partner for the Allen Chapel AMEChurch. Rev. W.H persons are to at and children of Los Angeles
past Wesley Thomas and son Jay. While tend. : ,CA..and Decatur Tenn. She bad surgery' on ,
year and the drawing of a new name there they attended Zanders will deliver the message their parents Mr. and Mrs. James Friday. I'
the Messiah In
for 1980. First Baptist Church of Live Oak All members are asked to Services are scheduled for Waters observed Christmas at the Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sykes of I!
Orchestra will cooperate with this activity for suc Ebezener Baptist Church first and home of their
practice and
resume which consisted of Baptist and third son daughter-in- Jacksonville are the proud parents of :-
after the holiday also the children's Methodist Choirs. cess. Sunday, Sunday School 9:30. law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and a daughter, Christina Marie, born .
: choir will not Thie Masonic Family is Invited to attend Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening
: practice until the week Mrs. D.O. Brown spent Tuesday Worship 6 children of Mlddleburg on Saturday Thursday. Dee. 20 In St. Vincent r
school this p.m.Ple.lallt
resumes. activity.CHURCH
night. Hospital Jacksonville.
Grandparents
with her sister-in-law. Mrs. Thelma
Work days will resume after the McHugh. in St. Lukes Hospital Grove United Methodist Mrs. Truby Wainwright, Mr. and are Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and Mr.
holidays. Please check with the NEWS Church The Christmas Program was Mrs. Jack Brassel. Dan
Jacksonville. Wainwright and Mrs. Lloyd Sykea of Jacksonville.
minister about the work to be done. her,Thursday They or plan Friday.Mr. to do. lW"Ieryon Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: held Monday, Dec. 24, 8 p.m. Sunday and children of Jacksonville, Mlnou. Mr. Aurelio Angel of Norfolk, Va.
Wishing safe New Year. Sunday School 10 a.m. Missionary School 10 a.m. The congregation will and Mr. and
you a and Mrs. H.E. Bamett Joyce Irene. Mrs. Wayne visited his sister-in-law Mrs. Earl
Randy fellowship with Mr. Mortah United
Day will be observed Sunday. Mr. Wainwright and family of Starke Mr. Teston on Sunday morning.
Zion AME Church Lawtey and Methodist Church at 5 p.m. Sunday and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of
Greater Allen Chapel Church will afternoon. Unity day will be observ Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. James
fellowship together Sunday at ed. All churches on the Gainesville Wainwright and family observed YOU
Greater Allen Chapel 11 a.m. District will unite In a meeting. Christmas at the home of their
Notice: The Fellowship of Churches: Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Mrs.
i. mother Truby Wainwright t., on AUTO
Chucks All Circles will meet
will conduct Watch Night Services Sunday tI'
Dec. 31. beginning at 10 p.m. at Mt. Wednesday 7:30.: McKay's Circle will sMr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkersonand KNOW
Pisgah AME Church. Communion meet at Mrs. James Prince's. BIye'aCircle daughter. Dana of Jacksonville
will be given at 12 o'clock sharp will meet at Ms. BlondedaRisby's. were Sunday dinner guests of their By
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ii Ebesener Baptist Church The Thursday 7:30: Story Hour at parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald WUkerson.
Minister and Deacon Union will begin the church. Friday the Junior Choir Sr. Gene Ross
and Junior Usher Board will Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crews and
rehearse, 1:30.: Saturday dinners will of Lake Butler Mr. and
family Mrs. Q. Several weeks ago I
be sold from the kitchen. Sunday Is
Glance and of
Jerry family Palatka
noticed that
ny car
Education Sunday School 9:30.
Day. of Mr. and Mrs.
were guests Henry
a Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dinner will Hodges and family last Saturday.Mrs. bounced eaoui> to hit
be served' 12:30.: Tiny Tots rehearse Lucille Thompson and bottom when I crossed
p.m. Evening Worship p.m. Watch daughter Brenda of Gainesville a bump or dip. In- :
night services starts 10:30 Monday spent Sunday afternoon with her placed ell four shock
Dec. 31. mother-in-law Mrs. Daisey Thompson. absorber And I used
The following meetings were an New Bethel Baptist Church: heavy-duty shocks. It
nounced for January: Hampton Club Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Service. The Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and
helped but It didn't eliminate
,
meets Monday January 7; Brooker congregation will participate in the family were Christmas dinner guests
t Seniors meet Thursday? January 3; Union at Antioch: Baptist Church Friday of their brother and sister-in-law. Mr. the problem.Also .
Brooker Juniors meet Tuesday through Sunday. and Mrs. Markalee Padgett and famU the rear end of
January 8; Lawtey meet Thursday. Carver Lodge No. Mi The officers ly of Maxville on Sunday. There werea the car sap even on a
January 10; Green Acres meets Tues and members are grateful to the mer- total of 42 guests present level surface. What
day. January 8; Lucky Leaf meets chants, churches and Individuals who John Crews of Lake Butler' spent more can 1 doT
____ Tuesday, January 8 and the Hone donated food clothes toys and Sunday and Sunday night with his
n. Club meets Thursday January 10 and 'money We hope that we have carried cousins Hank and Mark Hodges; A. From your description It
New officers of the Bradford-Union Cattlemen Association shown back row January 24.Livestock. Christmas cheer to many who received sounds as If your rear
I (I-r) are: Sonny Andrews James Stalnaker. J.E.Tomllnson and Jimmy Brown. and Market swine entriesare the various gifts at this season of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Riven of Union sprints are w.... Th pro
Front row (I-r) are: Maurice Brown Jr., Crawford. Royce Ray the To all bless can be solved in one of
Ray Joynrr. due January 4; Incentives Leader year. you a Merry Springs. Ala. spent Wednesday until .
Norman and Fred Mueller.Cattlemen. Training January 14; N.Uonal4-11 Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous Saturday with their sister Mrs. threaways.the springs Obviously will replacing ii!.
Report Workshop Is January ; 4-H New Year. Pierce Crews. While here bfr. and inmate your worrios. If you
Leaders Luncheon and County Council Mrs. Rivers and Mrs. Crews visited don't want to do that. sir
elect officers will be held January 21; 4-H The Bradford County Christian Mis- Mr. Waldo Pringle In North Florida shocks: will restore your car
I WeatherUation Workshop is January sionary and Literary Society throughthe Regional Hospital, Gainesville on to its oriiinal height' but It
help of God and our supporters Thursday. still will bottom out on bad
hold Christmas dinner 24.4H membership and 4-H meetingsare were i able again to distribute fruit Mr.and Mrs. Frank Camp attendedthe bumps. If you don't want that
open to all youth without regard to through out the county to the sick Board of Realtors dinner held at "IIn1\J1\ foaling" on bumps
race color, sex or national origin. shut In and elderly.Thanks to one andalit the Country Club In Starke on Friday and dips you can avoid replacing
The Bradford-Union Cattlemen Joyner; and secretary/treasurer Any adult seeking Information about Many thanks to the carolers andthoseiiwho night. Following that they attendedthe the rear springs by
Association held its annual Christmas Ray Norman. strengthening .them with
volunteer leadership contact have worked with us Department of Corrections
may. .
dinner Thursday evening Dec. 13, at" Lowell PaftifH at.9M42MV_ c throughout.the.year.,. Christmas dance at the Armory.> ome pacer aUms. 4Aotoilotive
the Lakeside COOmlptit><..Cent4pl intake ud' e.tatev-dinctorl1' are: Fred \ I fir Mr. Waldo Pringle has been
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Butler. Mueller of' Bradford
County
transferred from the North Florida
Over 100 people enjoyed steak baked Maurice Brown of ,Union County. Regional Hospital, Gainesville to the Parts Cuter
potatoes and salad. Union County directors Include Jim fi Memorial Hospital. Auburndale.
The 1980 officers were announcedby my Brown, James Stalnaker and w Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson Starke
past president Ray Norman. New John Woodley. Bradford County

officers are: president Ray directors include Sonny: Andrews, i 111 61'i '1
Crawford; vice president. Royce L.C. Sapp and J.E. Tomlinson. ;, x. t
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I Learn To Trace Your AncestorsLearn \\ \\f. 1\\E S

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how to discover your own genealogy workshop at the Bradford 1 tIED
family's roots and trace your County Public Library from 6:30-7:30: ,
ancestors back through an eventful p.m. starting Jan.7.Please sign up at FINE SELECTION OF
past. How do you start? Where do'you the public Library at 105 E. Jacksonfor
write for birth and death records? this free workshop.There will be a ,
How do you make a family tree? limit of ten per class. If the first classis : e 0 e e i FRUIT-NUT-SNADE TREES-
These questions and more will be filled, the Library will try to arrange -
/answered in a free four sessloned another class. FLOWERING SHRUBS & VINES
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I Site New Main Post
Optioned for Office >;M Si .-.-

The U.S. Postal Service has ac- The Postal Service will soon ask for &to$ eI Plant One Now SPECIAL
quired an option to purchase a site for construction bids for a building that TIllS WEEK
the new main post office at Keystone will be built with private funds and A Lasting; Gift!
Heights, Postmaster E.O. Baker said leased to the Postal Service for a ,,'
here. basic period olIO years with renewal I sHAYS PECAN
; The site, containing( 35.000 sq. ft. of options for an additional ears.The
land is located on Commercial Circle new post oIlice buildinl will have approximately Stuart Of Cut1s ,$959ORGANIC
approximately 250 ft. east of 4,440 sq. ft. of Ulterior I ..
e' 7"
Highway 21.The property Is owned floor space.The Reg. 11-
Keystone Square Ltd., r
lice Center, P.O. Drawer 1208 option to buy the site will be ?
Keystone Heights. FL 32656. assigned to the successful bidder. COW RED BUD


; Watch Night MANURE b'Reg.-. 7'Tall $399

{ Services Set 1.1.1 Analysis
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3rBayless: 40 Lb. Bag

will have Watch Highway Night Services Dec.

Jt beginning at 9 p.m. YOU SEEM THE Reg: 12$238
:Therewill. be special singing
fellowship and a message by Rev.
Dobbs of Madison Fla. Rev. r ,
Marjell PREMIER PEAT
Medeiras and church family welcome ILL IIEW Give It A Good Start 1

each and everyone. And Healthy Growth ; r .
;Come;let us worship together. _.
With Top Quality Pure

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I School' Menu .y FI..lwood? lED MIX Time Moisture.Its WT Improves, In

5 Lb. BagComplete $189.
JanuaryZ-4 Condition Of
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Monday No School-Holiday IELIIE Planting Medium Contains
Tuesday No School-Holiday t Needed Organic. Bon.MealCow '. In When Planting
Wednesday Hamburger on bun, '
lettuce 4 tomato French tries, 11 FIIIIITIIIE Manure And Other Vital % CU. Ft. Bate $24'

peaches'Thursday milk.Beef vegetable soup ., vasxafeM9 Elements .Reg 2" ,

saltines.. apple peanut krisp butter milk.and Jelly sandwich 1'A\S I WITH MAIl TIlL: SALE 1 % Cu.: Ft. Bale $*l' |II

Friday ChIcken w/aoodIea. but f I' .. Long A Short Handled tools .* Q
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turnip greem 5'
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pineapple.tidbits, cornbread, milk.MICK'S FIREPLACE ;
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I ; September Property,Sales Transactions Total $1,039,945 in Average Month I



Property transactions in Bradford Buck Murray to Charles Ross, Heights Lot 8, Country Club Estates, Carl E. Stand!, Doyce A. Griffis Dale Sheering to Willie Lou Sheering Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. to
.'. County totaled '1,039,945 in Canoga Park Cal.,Lot 4 and S Of Blk S46.005. and Steven P. Futch to Container SWacornerlof being 210 R. sq. Billy R. and Annette M. Walker.
September, 1979 'In just an average 6, Crosby Lake Shores In SEft of Sec. Gertrude Harris to- James and Corp. of America, a parcel of land In In the that portion of the Jacksonville, a portion of land in
month of sales. 24, and in NEV4 of Sec. 25 T.6S., Pauline Harris, the NVt of tot 2, Bik the EH of the SE V4 of NW V4 of SWV4 of E 6 acres of the SVfc of SEV. of the Fractional Sec. 3, T.7S., K.21E:,$900.,
R.21E $10,000.C.Marks 17, Sampson City, $100. Sec. 10...T.7S., R.22E, $3,500. SWV4 of Sec 16, T.OS., R.22E 4000.
Largest sales were a 120-acre tractof Town and Country Homes of E. Joyce A. Castlen to Lonnie L. and J'U
Virgil I. Allen to Juliet
and Jessie Hitch to H.A Musgrove, Sharon B. and Morris B. Williaroy
land which went for $100,000 and a Central Fla., Inc., Gainesville to Vivian S. Parker, Brooker Lots 7 and Keystone Heights that of the .
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and Ida M. Prescott part of the Eto of part to Tarcelia Trae Wolbert, Lot& Bjka.
home in The Woods, near the Starke Loletta C. Morgan and Roy and Cindy 8, Blk. 16, Ward City, Sec. 8, T.7S., of the NWV4 of See. 12, T.8S. R.22E $
Golf and Country Club which went for and SEV4 of NEV4 Subdivision.in Lot 12 of Davis$100. Bros. Sue Morgan, Lot 1 and EVfc of Lot 2, R.20E, 9000. $183. The Woods, Sec. 26, T,6S." ,:.,$..& ..

83000. Herbert Truby's A. and Marie Prescott, Jr. Blk 1, Hardy's addition, $27,833. w. Ros Cavey, J. Brooks Brown, Seeber and Eloulse M. Goodman to $83,000. J .-:' ,
Prices are figured from Florida to Robert C. and Barbara H. Carl and Rose Mary McKInley to Jack M. and Marilyn R. Courtney, Harold Crews, Lots 8 and 9 of Blk.:2 d. >' >'
documentary tax stamps affixed to Barksdale, Humboldt, Tenn. from SW Guy and Joyce E. Miller, Weaver. Duval County, to Robert J. Sabo W. Pines Subdivision Sec. 29, T.6S., J.J. and Tarcella T. Wolbert-JV: ; B
deeds filed in the office of the county corner of Lot 11 of Davia Bros. It vile, N.C. the N. 224 ft. of Lot 24 In Keystone Heights, a parcel of land in R.22E $2,000. John R. and Wanda L. Smith, Lot.18 Of
clerk. Truby's Subdivision to the SE cornerof Sec. 13, T.5S., R.22E, 15000. Lot 15 of Keystone Oaks 10700. Conerly Estates, $22,500.I '' ',:'
September transactions were: Lot 12, 34600. Container Corp. of America, J.R. Kelly to Alice Marie Kelly, Fred B. and Anna Taccla to Ken R.E. and Lucille L. MundoHTto
Russell! II. and Lucille E. Green,Jr. John Walter and Constance P. Con- Delaware, to Grace Baptist Church, a Lots 5 and 6, Blk. 13, Gaskins addition neth E. and Helen Thompson, aparcel Mary Hamilton Lots 1, 2 and'3 of
to William F and Eleanor B. Keagle, ley to Jack M. Courtnay, Duval Coun parcel of land in the NWV. of NWVi of the W. 135 ft. of said Blk. 13, Sec. of land In the SEVi of NEtt of Dowling Park Subdivision Sec r'28.
Juliet, III., a parcel of land In the ty. Lot 35 Lake Hampton Sec. 11, T7S., R.22E, $3,500.Bradford 29, T.6S., R.22E, $100. Sec. 16, T.6S., R.22E $100. T.6S. R.22E, $24,500. ,'; ., ',"
SWV of SWV4 of Sec. 27, T.6S., R.20E, Brewer to ;
12867. Gary W. and-Donna Lou
Stanley! K. Gordon to David H. Brian Keith Johns, parcel of land lit
Palmer, Jacksonville Beach, Lot 6, the SWV4 of SEV4 of Sec. 26, T.6S., Middle School NewsThe
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R.22E, 3500. ; s
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Blk. "D" Mount Pleasant on Silver
Etta Fay Thornton to Robert E. and BMS Parenl Teacher the
Lake 25000. provided by 6th grade Beginning
W.E, and Mabel Wynn to Travis C. Sueko H. Biggs, the NV4 of NWVi of Organization (PTO) met in the BMS Chorus, under the direction of Don .
Wynn. Lake Butler a parcel of land in NWV4 of Sec. 34,T.6S., R.22E, 20000. gym on Tuesday Dec. 18 at 7:30: p.m. Hardy,; The chorus presented an "i
the NE'/4 of SE>/. of Sec. 27 T.6S.. Jack M. Courtnay and J. Brooks After the invocation which was assortment of music which was enJoyed -
R.22E, $100.Dalewood. Brown, Duval County to William J. given by Michelle Stillwell, newly by all a ,
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Inc. to J.D. Odom. III and Charlotte J. Trigg Lots 10 and 11, elected President of the BMS Jr. Beta : .., ; ,
and Ronald E. Newman, Sr.. the W'/i Lake Hampton Oaks $8,000. Club, and a short business meeting, Field Trip To Washington, D.C. h.;
of SE'. and W'4 of SEV4 of SEV4 and W. ROB Covey, Duval County to J, the PTO enjoyed a special :: : ,;
program.
EV of SEV4 of SE4 except the S 105 Brooks Brown and Jack M. Courtnay, The Bradford County School Board, ," 'J' :'
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ft. in Sec. 20 T6S. R.22E. Also a Duval County Lots 1 through 7 of Lake As a part of the program for the at their Dec. 17 meeting, approved rainYEAR y :,
parcel of land in the SWU of SWV4 of Hampton Oaks Sec. 25, T7S., R.21E, evening Mr. David McCambell of the Bradford Middle School sponsoring a '; 1" ,
Sec. 21, T.6S. R22E. Also lots 1 $100. Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic gave trip to Washington D.C. for all May only a little : = ;
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through 12 of Blk. A, Lots 4, 5, 6 and 7 C. Howell and Elizabeth F. Naswor- the group a presentation concerning students in the county, grades 6,7 and but lots of confetti fall ,.:" : i
of Blk. C, Lots 1 through 9 of Blk. D. thy to Jean E. and Euna E. Milligan.. services which are available for both 8, March 913. The cost of the trip will
Lots 1 through 8 of Blk. E and Lots 1 a parcel of land in Sec. 23 and 26, children and adults through the be $211 per person, and will be paid by on your parade!
through 15 of Blk. F, Dalewood Subdivision T.6S., R.22E, $2400. guidance clinic Mr. McCambell also the parents of each child taking the HOLIDAY INN GULF & ': :. .'
$100. Dominic Anthony Cermenaro to emphasized the services which are trip. Information has been sent home .t.
J.D. Odom, III and Ronald E. G.K. and Diane F. Ely. Lots 2 and 4 of available to the Bradford County by all students at BMS by 6th & 7th 1011 N. TEMPLE AVE
Newman.Sr. to Scott Whitehead Lots Bk 8, Sec. 28, T.6S., R.22E. 20000. schools. graders at Hampton and Lawtey and ?S AUTOMATIC CAR WASH STARKE <.
1 through 12 of Blk A and lots 4 and 5 Irene Hudson to Horace Lee and The second part of the program was by 6th graders at Brooker.
of Blk C, Dalewood Subdivision In Linda K. Nichols Lot 15, Blk. 2 in
Sec. 21, T.6S., R.22E, $70,800. Gahagan Subdivision in the NEV of
Eugene and Pauline Tanner to An- SEV4 of SEV4 of Sec. 21, T.6S., R22E. -:]
thony R. and Sharon D. Hayes S. 35 $100. .
ft. of Lot 6, Blk. 2 Highway Addition, William C. and Ruth J. Powell to z
$21,300. Kenneth R. and Carolyn R. Hinds, a i FROM ALL OF US AT FOOD WHEN YOU. i

John A. Torode and S.G. Denmarkto parcel of land in the S4A of the NEV4 of FAIR-WE WISH YOU.. '
Morris Wayne and Yvonne Marie Sec. 36, T.6S., R.21E, 16000. 1 :
Norman, parcel of land in the NWV4 Irene Hudson to Horace Lee and iE'
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of SWI,. of Sec. .34, T6S.. R22E. Linda K. Nichols, Lot 15, Blk. 2 in L11! '
15200.: Gahagan Subdivision in the NEV4 of.. I 1 1I
Leroy G. alnd Ruby L. Allen to SEV4 of SEV4 of Sec. 21, T.6S., R.22E J.R.425 ;
Larry O. and Linda Roberts Lot 4, $100. 0 I
Blk. II, Livingston 12500. William C. and Ruth J. Powell to t PANTRY PRIDE'I'I
Kenneth R. and Carolyn R. Hinds, a
Tommie E. and Linda Raulersori to I POTATO j j1D1
Arthur and Anne Ferreira, Brooker parcel of land in the SW of the NE 4 of I ;
Lots 11 I and 12, Blk. 7 Carlotta, 29900. Sec. 36, T.6S...R.21E. 16000. CHIPS '
., Ilsui-Llen Lee to Hsui-Lien and P.F and Laura T. Goolsby to M OR DIP'u''i
': Suching H. Lee, Gainesville, SWV4 of Gerald E. and Betty J. Brown, a ;
NE',4 of Sec. 21, T6S., R.22E. $100. parcel of land in the NEV4 of SEV of CHIPS I ;
Vernon D. Silcox, Sr. to Vernon D. Sec. 33, T.6S, R.22E. $9.000. .802 PICG._ I- .,
Silcox, Jr.. S. 10 ft of Lot 5 and all of The Ott Corp., Keystone Heights to .(.. "'. LIMIT"HC",COUI'OH" ." '
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; Let 7 in Blk B of N.J. Jones Addition Robert C. and Betty L. Blair, Earlton, "I1\ I i
.. $100. Fla., a parcel of land in Sec. 17, T.9S., off*. NouroCN M LIMIT'1.THAU. 1
Harlo G. and Ermina N. Everett tot R.23E.?. Clay County and in Sec. ;12, WITH A ;

Pauline M. Hammock, Jacksonville, T9S., R.22E., Bradford County .,;)!: L:7-----J .
Part of Blk "A" of Mount Pleasant on parcels being lots S and 6 of Seminole
Silver Lake, 26000. Ridged Unit 6, 9000.
Samuel H. Eunice to Samuel H. and Robert C. and Betty L. Blair to r- -,.-- .
Mania Ann Eunice, a portion of Lot Neog afiks, Inc., Gainesville, a ; r------; ; BPS/8uyrinP.afucvl J ....
64. Sec 19, T.SS., R.22E. in Woodlawn. parcel of land in Sec. 17,T.9S.,R23E.; '1"
$10(1.( Clay' County, and Sec. 12, T.9S., I iTsVNoTl t Chef Size Potatoes u!9...
J. Duston Wolters to William L. R.22fi., Bradford County, being lots 5 IMMIIMM "
t King, the W. 84.58 ft. of Lot 3 and theE and 16 of Seminole Ridge, Unit 6, 4 S All Purpose Yellow Onions ulZf*'.
24.23 ft. of Lot 4, Blk. B of Mt. Plea- 15000. 4
sant on Silver Lake. $42,667. Richard Roy and Anna Grace Rauto j'7ejiWrSaladt3111:1t't; ;; : bJHO..49! .. i1'lM J
Gene D. and Emmie K. Adams, .
Roy Q. and Lori Tomlinson, Marion Iw ..
County to John N. Ross, Okeechobee, Keystone Heights a parcel of land In suP coael /' / Ga. Red Sweet Potatoes 4.uSIGq':
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a 120-acre parcel of land in the SWft Lot 14 Keystone Oaks in the NEV of c7Urj.eov"" c$1count ....'
of SW'4 and Ella of SWU of Sec. 22, the SEV4 of Sec. 13, T.8S., R.22E. country Stand Mushrooms uf$14 ar: ;
T.6S. R.20E, $100,000. $4,000.
Denver R. and Chessie M. Devrick Daisy Barton to Develyn Mathews, Fresh Fla. Avocados 3 fowIOOw;
to Eugene P. and Diana L. Cope, Melrose, the SVi of the NEtt of the LB 14. LARGE39e "
; Folkston. Lot 34 on Cypress Ave., of NEV4 of Sec. 26 T.8S., R.22E. $100. Dry Roasted Peanuts ll.,f 1If-::
I F.G. and Arbutus BAG JAR ,,
Armstrong to S.l
Crystal Lake 4500. ; IM lit....,lit
Carlton E. Hardin Duval County to Beecher and Lelia Elizabeth Davidson SAYE lOd SAVE 9d A LB SAVE god Cocktail Peanuts Hill 1 ;I
Donald E. Bush Jacksonville, gran a parcel of land 210 ft. on each umm. CAN ': -- ,?
tor's half interest in Lot 16 and 17, side in the SW corner of the Wto of the Planters Mix Nuts CAUf149 1|' ,;.
Santa Fe Shores, $100. SEV4 of the NW If.. Sec. 25, T.5S., ,,
John Madison Jerral R.21E. $9,900.James U.S. EXTRA FANCY '.
Johnson to
FANCY LARGE .
NO. 1 IDAHO
GENUINE
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Lee and Brenda Joyce Johnson a portion L. and Shirley Neill Andrewsto prey" tl WASHINGTON STATE RED: .
of the NIA of NE'4 of SWV<, Sec. 3, Robert F. and Paula R. Moore, Lot p ANJOUJPEAR5 FANCY : ;
T.6S., R.22E. 3000. 7 of GolfView, $3,500. H DELIGBOUSport .
Standard Guaranty Insurance Co. Silver Ridge Ltd., to Joseph N. and
Atlanta Ga. to Hunter Enterprises, Barbara A. Hogue/ Jacksonville, POTATOES TOMATOES APPLES
Inc. Jacksonville, the Easterly 14.5 ft Parcel 11, Blk "A the W 25 ft. of Blk <
of the Westerly 193.5 ft. of Lot 7 East 11 and the E 82 ft. of lot 12 of Blk "A", SAVE 100 A La SAVe 204 ,

Lawtey also the Westerly 179 ft. of Lot $3,500. 10 $
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7, Town of Lawtey, Sec. 23, T.5S., William E. and Erica J. Vogeney to 3LBS99.. 2t OwN! 49 C 16 $199::.,: +
I R.22E, 36200. Ray and Barbara Renfro,. Keystone LB BAG Illid. 3011 L8 \.


I 1. Arrests Continue tI SUNSHINI I "TI
2-County Drug CHEEZITCrtACKtfl; PANTRY PRIDE dad .'cel( GALA BRUCE SWEET"

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I I : The arrest of a Gainesville man Fri purchasing less than a gram of co lotfPtb"r I.ure BLACKEYE f{.1/6, toww FAMILY "
day morning brought to 14 the caine. tOO& 59c. rI. ,
number arrested in connection with Roy Deloach, of Waldo, was accus- toe BOX I. NAPKINS YS CAN 9
the Alachua-Bradford County multi- ed of giving an undercover officer $85 PEAS IOO :.
ton marijuana ring.!: for the drug last Sept. 21. He was ,
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named as a co-defendant with I l 140
John Leverson, 21, was arrestedand Douglas Swanson, 21. of Waldo,.who t c T59 .1
charged with trafficking marijuana was arrested Thursday night.Lt. H4 120z$1 "" .oi 'V 'I
by agents of the interagency ; '
I, \ Narcotics and Organized Crime Unit. Clint McGraw, head of the unit, '
He was released later on $9,000 bond. said the Deloach case was one of SAve 4od SAVE 20d _
numerous drug purchases made this A 4
Agents also arrested early Friday a year for which agents are now making -
\ 30-year-old Waldo man for allegedly arrests before the end of the year.'i Bas Buy fin('nxJe.ie.B4sl Buy sin Groceries! j

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RicetoncTlaundry 790 PANTRY PRIOt a nt
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fl' .i new year. May all the days ahead N s R iElrorrataatsaottnest. ...

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Dolores Men* Adkins IB thankful she vWted her Jacksonville. Also attending the dinner from Sacramento, Calif. Tuesday to method of reading. textbook In Jackaenvtlfe aft. the
pbone4.IISBirthday sister In Seattle last May. and gift exchange party were Mr. spend the holidays at home. Mrs. leather. Mina Oaudetto p .
Sympathy also goes to Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Eugene! Meng and daughter, Madonna Gilbert and daughter tended a week Jong :
Celebration Crawford whose father, Virgil Wot Icy Angela. Karen, Chris Meng and David workshop In Ocala last Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick and son of Palatka, died recently. Newham of Starke welcomed them preparation for teaching this and Mn. D.H. Hamilton of
Danny were accompanied on a recent at' the Jacksonville Park announce the engagement
Bishop Snyder's Mass Airport and gram. She enthusiaatlcalJEy. l
trip to Ebenton N.C. by their Fellowship Meeting Among those from this area attending brought them home. ward to teaching the same daughter, Dorothy J., to Mr.
daughter and son-klaw, Cassle and The Ladles of the Christian Church tleMaM of Bishop John Snyder, in future classes. L. Birt. son of E.L. and Mary
John Cooper of Gainesvi Ie. held their Fellowship Meeting on Dec. recently installed Bishop of the St Hampton Elementary School of Sebring.The wedding Is plann
They spent the weekend there 13 at the home of Mrs. Clarice Adkins Auguatine Diocese on Sunday were PTA Meeting Sixth Grade party Feb. 1, at the Fellowship Bap
celebrating the 70th birthday of Joe's with ten members present Christmas Mr. Mrs. John Bawek Brenda and Don Roberts presided at. the Mn. Ernestine Denmark's Church.: Friends and relatives are
mother, Mn. Joaie Riddick. gifts were exchanged.Christmas Paul Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brunetti, meeting of the PTA held Dec. 11 at the graders enjoyed their to attend. The Bins are
Mrs. Hazel Thomas celebrated her decorations Included Mike and Clifford,Mrs.Francis Meng school. party on Dec. 11 by wearing hats residents of Hampton.
birthday on Dec. 14. poinsettia plates,candy canes,Santas and Kevin Meng. Plans were made to allot the descriptions to school that day. Birthdays
Angela Mitchell had her 7th birth- and bells. Refreshments served by The Gainesville Deanery sponsoredthe amount of $500 to be used by all made Christmas decorations Dell celebrated his birthday
day Dec. 16. the hostess were Jello cake, cookies Mass and Reception at the St grades at the school. It was also joyed Holiday refreshments: 21.
Doug Manning was IS years.old on nuts, candies coffee and hoi Augustine Church in Gainesville as an decided to use some of the money the afternoon party Smith was 9 yean old on
Dec. 18.Eddie. chocolate. opportunity for the people of the area earned at the Halloween Carnival for 23.
Hawkins celebrated. his 6th to meet their Bishop. Improving the fencing and 'ChrUtma Party Birthday to Joyce Collins on
birthday Dec. 18. Moved Kindergarten playground equipment. The Hampton Volunteer 26. .
.Dana Underhill was 8 years old Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford and Hampton Lake Mrs Noelle Silk's class was awarded Department sponsored a ... Fisher is celebrating her
pec.18. family moved last week to their new CoagratulatloalVunon the $10 prize for having best Party for the children of the birthday Dec. 28.Recuperating. "
Patricia Scott turned 15 on Dec. 18. home at Florida State Prison. This and Linda Parmenter are representation of parents at this Saturday evening at the City ''
e: Happy Birthday to LonnIe Arthur came about as a result of Mr. the proud parents of their baby meeting. Santa was there to distribute ,
Sledding, Jr., who has his birthday Crawford's promotion in his work daughter, Susan Michelle born Dec. give good advice to children. Williamson returned home
fcelebraliuon today, Dec 20. there. Their neighbors and friends 16 at Alachua General Hospital Fifth Graders Health Program The Hall was gaily decorated Bradford County Hospital on
here wW miss them and wish them Susan weighed 7 Ibs. 4 or. and Hampton fifth graders have had the beautiful Christmas tree and y. He spent four days there for
Winning Christmas Float well I measured 19 Inches. unique experience of working with the seasonal decorations. testing and treatment. ,.
Besides those listed In last week's Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Berkeley Model Health Curriculum. 50 children and their parents Lonnie Melton Is happy to be
toper as riding on the Hampton Visitors Mrs. H.F. Parmenter of Starke. This program consists of learning the occasion. also.She underwent emergency
Christmas: Float, which won third Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maternalvandparents are Mr. and centers which focus In on the Apologies are extended for surgery at Alachua General
place on Dec. 8, were Tommy Jones Adkins on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Orville Brookins of Hampton. respiratory system tion of this event being on Dec. 19 and returned
'as the Drummer Boy and Singers: Calvin Richard of Ocala and Mr. and Susan joins sisters Debbie and The children work In small groups deleted from last week's Sunday rested and relieved.
Patty Williamson Melinda Godwin Mrs. E.M. Prevatt of Starke. Mrs. Mary Ann. rotating to all centen. They watch Since preparations were Hampton Lake :
Barbara Phillips, Jennie Rhea. Debbie Jane Preister and sons, Wade,Jr.and filmstrips, listen to tapes, work with about 115 children, the children of Mr and Mn. Paul
Rowland and Mona Croll. Jim and Henrietta Morgan of Palatka Visitor charts, slides and microscopes, also and gifts remaining were have come home for the
also visited Mr. and Mrs. Adkins Sun- Mr. and Mn. Eugene Meng visitedat models of the body system. Best of all on Sunday to the residents ys. Joe arrived last week from
i Condolences ,day.Mr. the home of Mr.-and M.... .Jim they are allowed to work with the Starke Nursing Home for their Temple College in Chat-
Sincere sympathy Is extended to and Mrs. Gerald Brown and Boyles In Gainesville Saturday night Supermachine, a torso of the human ment. Martin and Lori arrived
"Mrs. Clarice Adkins whose sister. sons, Donny and Leslie had and enjoyed a Christmas there. body with removable parts. Chrl.tmailiome Joseph City,Colorado. Bill, Bet-
Mrs Lida Voss of Seattle Christmas Dinner at the home of Mr. Gerald Meng and part saey of The students enjoyed this program The home of Cecil C.: and Dana and Michael are here from
Washington, died on Dec. 14. Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Meyers Sunday In Starke arrived via Eastern Airlines much more than the conventional Mattheus Is a magical sight to Petersburg. Kenny, Phyllis.
during this Holiday Season I and Ryan are visiting from
.Carlton and from
tire home is outlined with a Joyce came I
colored lights. Their front Beverly and David are
headed by choir boys holding visiting from Orlando. Theron !

REDEEM ALL THESE VALUABLE COUPONS... Greetings surrounded by Adam and Renee Hunter I i .
Keystone Heights are joining
blooms.Throughout the yard
j.wrl..rrrws ..Ar/S.rrw ta In a filled sleigh being Sallye and April Scoggins for
toy
1 tri-----F.i1. -----ii.i\\ ( reindeer. Frosty the Snowman big celebration with John and
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during the holidays. I
ED. ._. .a *. Frosty and Bambl appear on School
Hampton Elementary
posite side of the yard..Santa is
I I I "... I I J*. ;'iI. I r n. I I r... I', climbing the chimney of their the last school day for 1979 t
I ize limit 1 1 421 1mtI. 421 1 : I 431 KmI I I 437 I PWPt One of the elves is there too. were treated to the movie, .
:. "I PANTRY 1 1 I' PANTRY PRIDE I I HOOD OR I I HYGP.ADI 1 all the other decorations, a Gnome Mobile"starring Walter
I COKE orPEPSI I 1 BLACKEYE I' TROPICANAORANGE I' at the rear of. their home Is North'I This was a gift from the
PRIDE ; ; HOT i lighted from top to bottom. To to the students, and was
: I COFFEE I 1 II I : II SHOP EARLY this magical display, If you roll enjoyed by all grades.

: I 0..O. 05.Ita1.r I I 6-3201 oiPoa/T BTL8.puta I I PEAS I I JUICE 1 I DOGS12ox I ALL STORES WILL BE your car windows, you may Kathryn film and Wigglesworth operated the projector
Christmas music coming
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1 II II We thank Bud and Louise Connie Clark cautioned
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S199.-ra1 199 -= ;! 9 594 49m! I9EW YEAR'S for giving us the Christmas students to be especially careful

m! through this wonderful display. they might enjoy a safe holi
I uwr I umi- I I| Ian,-4 WITH COUPON : UMfT.t w..COUPON UtllT I WfTH COUPON :I UMTT-I mm couponOOOTMumMC DAY 'they came from Tampa in season. They were all Invited to
I TNUNI.,MC.7 THU. I I I 0000,"" ..-,MC a,THOU ili IOOODTMUM. MC IT THRU ili OOOO TMVM.MO.t7 TMIO .tTTMMWIO their home and grounds have to school on Tuesday Jan.. 2,
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BIO*.JAM t. 1MO LIMIT 10 MID,JAN 1 l''0 UMIT t 01 .0.JAN IM LIMIT I OP WIO JAN. I 1O L.NT0 JAN.1 n..S.I-I OP TUESDAY, .
I mTHAtr ACH COUPON.ITM A.70 I .ACN COUPON WITH A.7 M I IACM COUPON WTTM A S HO become more beautiful.Their
lAe.: .N..Ai---J ISooocXofXT\ :J I!ooo OHM*. ) I\mmm POODOP.MR... ) \I\ -..... S J JANUARY 1, 1980.. ty reflects that Bud spent many Amah!and the Night Visitors
----- ----- --- --- as an expert landscape seventh grade class under the

ALA NIPS AND raic. oooo THIMM>A ,MUWMM IF TWW MMMMMK.JAHUAII* J,ito.ouuiiitir mam*UUKVIO. before moving to this area. of Bill McRae presented the
TRADITIONAL II Their home is located about V musical play,Amahl and the
: east of US 301 on SR 18. Visitor, on the last day of
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NEW YEAR'S FEAST When driving around to preceding the holidays.
SMOKED HOG JOWLS lovely Christmas decora presented were played by
& BLACK EYE PEAS a especially after dark, be sure Cannavo who acted as the
slowly by the home of Joe and Amahl was portrayed by
UM MAnaMNSSmoked tt88I 1 Riddick who have the most ; Kings were Frank Sheffield
Slab Bacon ; spiritual theme for miles Clark and Alan Rogers; Billy
UM .WIU1MUlykesSmoked 8S" A They 'have ; and Wayne Youngblood,....
Picnics n 1 *c 9 I homVVTlh a7 y'; Nativity/ scene: the guards. Mn Carole Steven*;
IM M>I MU. : accompanied on the piano.
Butts'r 1 I boys, angels candles, Santa
Fresh Pork reindeer This year they this presentation, the I
mw mill MM ruN sang a medley of Christmas
large lighted cross and have
r:1H: Pork Loin alalalwlal L.141 home outlined In blue lights. A group of parents! and friends

UM m.i>.mw nuit..uruu at 4to $138 located about v< mile north of in some of the selections
Western Spare Ribs ..._ sill ,For! e l US 301. by Mr. McRae and accom-
wMIt.I mmitamm u .u mmm mmUM IJ1 l1 pJ.eN" The drive along Hampton by Mrs. Stevenson.

m t CombinationSIM 98" .AYE 100A1. eAVt 100AL[ SAYE 404Al[ SR18 is also rewarding. Many School.'art/4'/ _
Fryer
there are decorated with parents and friends came to
UM. l unt nil mm MIM IM rw 6111 Christmas trees, and school and assisted the teachers
Ocean Trout.FilletsUMMMM. LI Christmas symbols. students with Christmas goodies
decorations at the various class
Fyne Spred Qtr's. Oleo 38" un w<.COM na MIMU.nnu, I.I StDi" m sa/.1. HYCRADE BLUE vaonA.LI BONNET em.SPREAD CongratulationsAllan held during the closing hours .
IN*...N..PAN11 N15 s Pantry Pride Biscuits "Pantrr Pride lunch Meat 151 HOT DOGS and Judy Archey ; on Dec. 19.CORRECTION.
Sliced American Singles 111 UM M.*.>...annum nnJL w w.w-... nounce the birth of their son,
w,..... Merico's Assorted Cookies "Old Smithfield Sausage "n.. sse t LB _118 Henry, who arrived on Dec. !
Pantry Pride Cream Cheese 684 UvfMIMMFyne M*"".IItI.i M_*. .... '.OWLNEW Alachua General Hospital! He
68"0. of officer of Local 2848 of
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JH 'I: \--h --4. ('....h.4..1 --- IN THI CIRCUIT Eatt,30.33 lee* Government Cern Quarter of Southeast are hereby required to January 3, 19W and file
EU COURT EIGHTH to an Iron pipe: thence pnMntiw. Planning Act Quarter that ,lie. East of oppeer oil the. 7th day of IB** aWglnal with the INSTITUTION UNION CORRECTIONAL North BtghryHne. ((89) IN THE CIRCUIT
JUDICIAL COURT. IN South 89 o.vr01 of 197S. a* provided for SCI Railroad. Jon. 1MB. at 4-45: P.M. clerk of this court either MOTOR degree and Tw..y'ght COURT EIGHTH
AND FOR BRADFORD Minute East, $3 feat to In Chapter 163, Florida The location ofhis before the Circuit Courtof before service POOL. P.O. Ion 221, .' (M) minute. East, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' \ OF
COUNTY. FLORIDA on Iron pipe located on Statue and Chapter 23 property to East of SCI Bradford County on petitioner Immediately Ralford, Florida 32083.I along! the Southerly FLORIDA IN AND FOR
attorney
CASE NO. 79.471.COLONIAL the Westerly boundaryof Code of Ordinances, City lollrood Wmmt of and Florida at the Courthouse thereafter or ; I Detail may be obtained boundary '''''001. Three BRADFORD COUNTY. ;
MORTGAGE the right-of-way of of Starka. Florida.To |joins old lowtey Road in Storke. otherwise by contacting the Thousand Four Hundred '
COMPANY a Prop Street; thence and I I. North of and Florida end show cause will be entered a (udgment for the above .office at Area Fifteen and Five Tenth Civil Action Case No::
Code ;
'corporation. Plaintiff vm North 0 Degree 28 : All Cltlien, Tow- bounded by Mary Street why tits. '' prayer of the relief demanded In the. 904/431-1212, ex*. ((34IS.S feet), more or 79-37S.
JOHN B. CAMPBELL and Minute. West along said payer and other .Interested You are further given Complaint filed In' the petition. 21B.We less, to the Westerly KENNETH JEROME'LOPER
othe,.. h Defendants. Westerly boundary. 103 Parson. NOTICE that a copy of above entitled proceeding WITNESS Hand and reserve the. right boundary of the right of husband. Plam0,
NOTICE OF f.. to an Iron pipe: said proposed ORDINANCE should not be the teal I of my this Court to refect any/or all bid. way of State Mood 100; tiff v. HAZEL FAYE
.. ACTIONTO thence South 89 Degree You end each of You I is available for granted and the bond November 30 1979. on Itchg 13/27. degree'one '" ROWLAND LOPER wife,!
: JOHN S. CAMPBELL 14 Minutes 20 Seconds are hereby and herewith your Inspection at the therein. described and Gilbert $. Brown, NOTICE OF 'five((18)) Thirty Defendant.NOTICE
and RUBY JOAN CAMP.' West parallel/ with sold given notice In accordance Office of the Planningand the proceeding Clerk of sold Court. INTENTIONTO ((35)) minute West, n..
BELL hit wife, whewrTI Northerly boundary. with florid. Zoning Official City authorising the Issuance ByTonya Hodges REGISTER along said Westerly OPSWT
.residence )I. Unknown. 99.95 feet to an Iron Statue and City Ordinance Hall Starke, Florida. thereof validated and A* Deputy Clerk.. FICTITIOUS boundary One Thousand NO PROPERTYTO
YOU ARE HEREBY pipe; thence North 0 ., City of Starka. loch and every Person confirmed' said bondsconsisting 12/6 41chg 12/37. NAME One ..HundredSeventysix : Kenneth Jerome
rTI NOTIFIED that on action Degrees 38 Minute Florida that the City having en Interest of not en- and Two Loper. Address
to foreclose a mortgage Weil parallel with sold Commission, of Starka, whatever In the enactment feeding $' .300 principal / Pursuant to Section Hundredth ((1176.02)) Unknown. 1|
upon the following property Westerly boundary. 149 Florida "hove designatedthe of this proposed amount of Water PUBLIC NOTICE 865.09. Florida Statute, feet to an Iron pipe far YOU ARE HEREBY;
'In BRADFORD feel to Point. of Beginn City Starka Planning ORDINANCE should appear Revenue Bonds, maturing Notice I I. hereby given notice N I hereby given point beginning). From NOTIFIED that on action;
County. Florida: ing. and Zoning Commission and be heard at the In 1982 through 2019 that the City of Starke that the undersignedJohn the point of beginningthus for dissolution of mare!
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH Together with the to conduct a public time and place prescrib bearing Interest at not Planning and Zoning E. Glover, ISO W. described continue' rlage has been filer!'
RANGE: EAST following equipment: hearing at a regularmeeting ed. exceeding the. legal rate Commission, tha Call ,St. Starke.. Fla. North Eighteen ((18)) against you Kenneth'Jerome
Section On. bedroom to be held at designated local degree and Thirty-five Loper and you!
29: A parcel of ALBERT L. CROSBY per annum payable on- planning 32091, doing business
land lying'In the NEV. of on. both Guest House; 7:30: p.m. In the City JR., Planning Zoning molly a more particular agency for The City under the firm' name of ((35)) minute West along are required to serve a
SWVi of old Section, Wall to Wall carpeting; Commission room. City Official City of Starke, description' of sold bonds of Starke, Flo., pursuantto "JOHN E. GLOVER REAL aid Westerly boundary copy of Many written I
told pare.! being more Swimming pool;; Redwood Hall Starke, Florida on Florida. being contained In the Chapter 163 Florida ESTATE", ISO W. Call St. One Hundred Twenty. defenses to It/onY'
particularly described a* fence. Thursday, January 17, I Itchg 13/37. Complaint filed In these Statue, will held a Storks, Fla., 33091, intends Five ((125)) /feet to an Iron the plaintiff's attorney.,
'follows: has been filed against 1980 and make a recommendation proceeding public hearing to receive to said fictitious pip.; thence South whose name and address (!
Commence ot the Northeast you and UNITED STATESOF to the City IN THE CIRCUIT COURT This Order to Show comment on the. Cofi name register under the Seventy-one ((71)) I. Hon Gregory J.
corn. of said AMERICA and you Commission and the City FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Cause shall be publishedIn pre ien.ly.. Plan far the provisions of aforesaid degrees and Twenty-flye Darby, 3537 Blending
NE'/4 of SW/4 (being alto are required to serve a Commission will consider FLORIDA. the manner required City of Storke. Stark., totute. ((25)) minutes West, One Blvd.. Jacksonville.
the Southeast corner of copy of your written on Tuesday TOWN OF BROOKER by Section 73.06. Florida Florida on the 17th day John E. Glover Hundred Ninety-nine Florida. 32210 and file
lot 4. Block I. of defenses. If any to It on February S, 1980 at the. FLORIDA a municipal Statutes, In The Bradford of Jon. 1980 at 7:30 p.m., owner, and Eighty-five Hundredth the original with the,.
Saratoga Heights' Unit 1, Smith. Hulsey Schwalbe some told place at 7:00: corporation Plaintiff vs County Telegraph anewspaper In the City Commission Dated this 27th day of ((199.85)) feet to an clerk of the above-stylad;
:at p., plot thereof 1 Nichols, plaintiff's attorneys p.m. and Ordinance THE STATE OF FLORIDA of general Room Starfce City Hall In December A.D. 1979 In Iron pipe; thence South court on or before'
recorded In Plot Book 2. whoso address relating' to: at ol., Defendant circulation' In told Storke, Florida. Copies Bradford County. 12/27 Eighteen ((18)) degree January 18. 1980. other:)
Page 64 of the Public It 500 Barnett Bank Case No. 79592. municipality publishedIn of the ComprehensivePlan 4tpd 1/17. and Thirty.five ((35)) wise a (judgment will be"
!Record of told County) Building Jacksonville/ The retonlng of the. Bradford Florida. ore available for minutes East, parallel entered against you for
:and run South 8? Florida 32203. on or following described property ORDER TO DONE AND ORDEREDat public Inspection and with aid Westerly' boun- the relief demanded inn
Degrees 14 Minutes\ 20 before' January 14, 1980 and amending the. SHOW CAUSETO Starke. 'rodfordCovnty. review at the Planningand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT dory One Hundred the complaint or pet .:
Seconds West along the and file the original with Comprehensive Land THE STATE OF Florida this 17th Zoning Office, City OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Twenty-five ((125)) feet to 11_. :'l'
Southerly boundary of the clerk of this Court Use Plan to provide that FLORIDA THROUGH THE day of December 1979. Hall Starke. Florida. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR an Iron pipe; thence WITNESS my hand and
old Saratoga Heights, .ith.r before service on lands currently zoned A STATE ATTORNEY FOR /./ ... R. Fagan Clr. Copies are available at BRADFORD COUNTY North Seventy-one ((71)) the teal 1 of this Court on
:and along the Northerly plaintiff' attorneys or and designated by the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL cult Judge. 12/20 3tchg the Bradford County FLORIDA degrees and Twenty-five December 3, 1979.t..
:aoundory of said NE'/l of' Immediately' thereafter' : Clan agriculture and the. CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE. 1/3. Library Starke, Florida. ((25)) minutes East One Gilbert S. Brown, At
:;;: iWV4. 469.93 feet to on otherwise judgment may currently toned THE SEVERAL PROPERTY ALBERT L. CROSBY TUCKER BROS.. INC., a Hundred NI"'ynlno'and Clerk of the Court. By{i
::: ran pipe for Point of be entered against you R-IA and designated by OWNERS. TAXPAYERSAND CIRCUIT COURT JR., Secretory Planningand Florida corporation Elghty-five Hundredth Mulch M. Moody. Depi*,.
;:. Beginning. From Point of for the relief demandedIn the plan Single Family CITIZENS! OF THE IN THE Zoning Commission plaintiff v* JAMES BROX- ((199.85)) .feet to point ty Clerk. ';
:: ieglnnlng thus descrlb- the complaint. very low density be TOWN OF SNOOKER OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 12/27ltchg 117.SEALED TON COOPER and DEBRAJ. of beginning. Being' 12/6 4tchg 12/27. ,.;
id continue South 89 WITNESS my hand and rezoned to ft1C and FLORIDA, INCLUDING CIRCUIT IN AND FORBRADFORD COOPER his wife located In Section Ten '
:;. degrees 14 Minutes 20 the seal 1 of this Court on designated Single' Family NONRESIDENTS OWN. COUNTY Defendant ((10)). Township Seven ((7)) NOTICE OF ".*'
Seconds. West along' this 3rd day of Medium Density: the ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT FLORIDA BIDS Cote No. 79-379 Divl. South Range Twentytwo INTENTION .',

:. laid Northerly boundary December 1979. property of Ralph P. TO TAXATION In Re: The Matter of lion: CANOTICE ((32)) East Bradford TO REGISTER
ind along' said Southerly GILBERT S. BROWN Bryan and William C. THEREIN AND ALL the Adoption of METINA Sealed Bids will be County florida. FICTITIOUS
Mundory. 128.55 feet to Clerk By //Beulah M. Powell Jr., described a* OTHERS HAVING OR LORRIE MILLER.BY received' In the office of OF ACTIONTO hat been filed against NAME
in Iron pipe;; thence Moody Deputy Clerk follows A parcel of land CLAIMING ANY RIGHT : CECIL F. SMITH. HER the Purchasing Agent, : JAMES BROXTON you and you ore requiredto
.South 0 Degrees 30 12/6 4lchg 12/37. containing 9 acre and TITLE OR INTEREST IN STEP FATHER Petitioner Union Correctional In. COOPER and DEBRA J. serve a copy of your Pursuant to Section f
riinules East 234.99 feet lying and being 'In Section PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED Case No. 79573. stltutlon, P.O. Bon :n1..alford. COOPER, his wife, written d..n.... If any. 863.09. Florida Statute.1 !
a an Iron pip.; thence 21, Township 6 BY THE ISSUANCE NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Florida 32083 whose residence I I. to It on Lawrence J. Bernard notice It hereby giver1
*>rlh 89 Degrees 30 PUBLIC NOTICEAn South. Range 22 East, BY SAID : Mr. Nolan H. up to and not later than UNKNOWN but who. plaintiff's attorn.y.who. that the undersigned
Minutes East 100 f..t tom Bradford County MUNICIPALITY OF Miller, Jr. Address 1:00 P.M., mailing address Is c/o .. address I I. 1001 August L. Bobenhauten;>'i
Iron pip.: thence ORDINANCE amending Florida; said parcel lying BONDS HEREINAFTER Unknown_ January 16, 1980 fore Continental Telephone Blockitone" Building. Rt. I I. Box 232. Lawtey.;
South 83 Degrees 37 the Comprehensive' mare particularly' MORE PARTICULARLYDESCRIBED. YOU ARE HEREBY of Vehicle below. Company of the South, Jacksonville Florida Fla. 32058 doing
I Minutes 30 Seconds East Land Use Plan Element describe as follow: OR TO NOTIFIED that an action 301 North Waukesha 32202 on or before business under the firm
BE
$16.65 feet to an Iron and Map of the City of The South 349 feet of AFFECTED IN ANY WAY for Adoption hoe been .4 Vt-ton Pickup. Street Bonlfay Florida January 28. 1980. and name of "TRUE-BUYS OF
: lipe; thence South 73 Starka. Florida In accordance that portion of the. North THEREBY filed, and you are required 1 4-ton Pickup 32425. file the original with the FLORIDA. U.S. 30 Us:
:
degrees 48 Minutes 30,. with the local half of Northeast You and each of te serve a copy of 12'/ .ton Truck YOU ARE NOTIFIED Clerk of this Court either North Lawtey Flo.!..
you your written delen.... If 312-po.*. Van that an action to before service on plaintiffs 32058 intends to,"
la/ It, Petitioner' 1 Panel Van. foreclose a on Immediately
any on mortgage attorney or register said fictitious.name .
attorney, whoso name 1 Step Van. the following property In thereafter; under the
-4 and address U J.J.: 2 2-ton Truc..... Bradford County, otherwise a default will/ of oloresold provltslons -

Wolb**. jr., P.O. Box 2 Station-wagons. Florida: be entered against you statute. .
WawJJXew n)>66. Sto,"' ., Florida 3 Dump Truck. Commence at the for the relief demandedIn August L. l.
4f 32091, on or before' MAY BE INSPECTED AT Southwest corner of said the Complaint or Peti Bobenhausen, owner.
Reg Real Estate Broker Section Ten ((10)) and run tion.WITNESS Dated this 20th day of I
my hand and December A.D. 1979 In .
Ml North.Troll I Motel lowtey the seal 1 of this Court on Bradford County. 12/20
L December 5, 1979. 4tpd 1/10.
Office 782-3991 Home 713-3894 12/13 4tchg 1/3. __ ;c'
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Bryan Real Estate 230 N. Tempi.Ave. CKfUIA PHONE 964-7776

FHA-VA A Can. Financing Available TERWILLEGAR ,,205 N. Temple, Starke
YOUR REAL I ntAn'.1
ESTATE NEEDS 964-8788
IN BRADFORD 230 N.Temple' Ave.(U.S.301 N.) COMMERCIAL INCOME PROPERTY WI'III'IO'LIIN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE'
COUNTY CALL I [B Mini Storage 1* units. 600.".ft.office space, with...,. FLORllNlD

lot. REALTY
BILL POWELL Versetlle-bulldlng en Hwy 301 N with ever 200' Irene SPECIALS
LOWE* INTEREST FINANCING Will BE AVAILABLE ....., with office tpace.Washington Phone 964-7700 NO DOWN PAYMENT VETERANS New SOS legion,
REAL ESTATE SOON Kt A LIMITED TIME. CHOOSE YOU PLANS AND St. Lot with building B chain link 393 N.Temple Avenue Terrace 3 BR 2 I tU.OOO; ALSO 2 homes Rd. 100 Easf
LOT Now-vri HAVE OVER 100 /BUILDING SITES IN- fence-$1S,000. (I) 3 BR t B like new en one acre S3.000; ((2) 3 Bit 2 B
118 N. Walnut St. 944-6464 24.hrs ciuomotSTARKEI .Hwy. :301 N epprex. 2 acre with CB home, ewer financed. 1331 ..,. ft. like new an one ecre S29.500.
Good Investment, good
Houses RESIDENTIAL or COMMERCIAL specious, reetonoble, Mobile Home Perk for *.... price, going' lelvege, 517 Weetmorelond.2Ii I I furnished home en 3 Aecre

3 8R, 2B. /freme. alum siding. . . . ... .$17,000 great location. 2 BR block-w/w carpet-Franklin. fireplace .10O1 x 200' lot Hwy aol North "v.I...... Call us for Info. t(>r >J. dry got air cenaYMoned 14 x 16 (hep '

4 Br. 2B. frame, close In. . . . . . ."7.000 stove, ref. $16,000 with term*. tH.100.
ACREAGE Lot with .large IreN. av1
f, Business* 1 acre I up en Beyle Highway ".100 A up-eweer Hwy lOOW-Beeutlful acre, only 1000. per ecre.very side city. 1111' a 170 saw 2..acres lit Hampton for home ., hatter 460' en Rd.
flnenced with 10% __. 8OOS terms.acre .. ... ITfMWCo tU water light pale' ,
Convenience store and equipment . _. ."5,000 surveyed one acre cleared
Used furniture, bldg and Inventory, ." . 138,000 .1 ,.."'ror..t high A dry term ......__r. U.IOO. Owner financed
'1 Dey Care Center bldg and equip. Reduced '0. $27.000 Lot In area restricted to kemesi !2100.3,000154: .100 18 ecre posture lend high 1 dry term. Iroker-eweer. 3 bedroom. 1'/ beth. on 1
owner financed with 29% down. .60 acres. Marion County Owner flnenced. acr... .best lecetlen. 2,000 NEW LISTINGS '

Bldg. lots: .. acres Hwy 22*. good ,land. In pasture, 1.700 per acre daw. HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT Fine old home ;

4.1S acres owner financed . . . .SI ,750 3 acres A up, Lang Aree ".000 per ecre--10% to 12% 2Vt acre, Griffls loop $..OOOw..... well, owner .nced. Cherry St. residence of late Mr. Carrie Rltch S56 3....N...;
S.'S acre nice location. .. . . .SIS.SOO tfa_. 2Vt acre, Hampton. eree. Include well septic light .4 bedroom. English Tudor structure built In the 110 of seedy pI_. Tetel (690 sq.A.
.pole. teress. walking. distance te town. .
Including perches 12 room 2Vs baths 6 beautiful
> left
I 50" weter front, v.ll I S.T.. and power pole. LET US BUILD A CUSTOM HOME FOR YOU ON OUR LOTS ......, flnenced. Hrep'' -

flnenced . . . :. :. : .. . ... ... :. owner$7,000 ON SR 23M or COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES* HOMES 3 bedroom, bike' withseperete N. CHERRY Income proiucing home. f404 \
.3 BR, 1 "'h. CB. with. workshop. S route! reneges will I bedroom .bath. ed 24** .... ft. plus perches featuring 2-story 1 fumlf4
ASSOCIATES GRAHAM sell OWNER much living large
: separately. FINANCED. LOW DOWN PAY- apartment A I aft.upsteirs
Mary Hamilton 964-6235 Very Meet 2 er 3 M ,,... Mme en. I etre with cerpar t MINT. space Saratoga Height" large apt downstair ewner flnenced. j j

CWO (R.'.) Dam DeSontlogo. 964-9375 end Ig. utility W.... $26.000. .Mobile Home e* 1 acre $12.MO. Term. JUST RIGHT BrownleeR4Verm 1 of 16 acrel

II Robert A. McRaa, 964-7279 ..3 .bedroom:? .bath. en 1 acre, nice tree. 17.SOO. T."",. Evonlrigsi Please eli fenced A cressfenced. .barn, stable. epprex., spring,
KINGSLEY LAKE .3 BR. I Beth. en city .let. fenced, 13.900. Vera. p. Odom. Broken home He else, Ocele Mock 3 BR .home with central mobjlf

}I Brick duplex with 90 ft. en weter $' .100. .1% acre 2 BR t Beth. 19.500. ORS. Phene.. .9641474Peer A air has carpeting and drapes. . . .**..SOO heed Ofl(.
,1 I "Mobile home 11.61. 2 BR 2 .both. with 3 outbuildings, A
nntuaF STRAWBERRY ACRES I nice screen parch an rental lot. or could buy .let else. !Andrew 964-7739 FOR RINTi 3'.2. House, {250/_. | ;
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Country Estate large S-tery modem Cope Cod en 1 0 .10 acre with 3 BR, 2 ...... C/. ........ CHAA,. theirs link 964791RINGING SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATE BARGAIN.
Roberts ....""fuI fenced end ere** fenced ecre. fenced yard,many fruit tree*. severe! pecans. fenced Acressfenced "House beautiful. Edward Rd. 3 BR 2 B CHAA.
pesture. 2 smell ....... Term. .12 prime acre A 3 BR 2 B CHAA rd. 22* $63(00. Ij
LAWTEYi .Southgete-2BR, 1 Beth. family*reem. carpet, A/C unit Best neighborhood 1301 Searing 3 BR 2 B CMAA. j\
tii iff2! Real Estate 6 beautiful. acres with M pecan free, .large frame ....... tike corner let. $28.500. Term. ..4 M 2 B !brick 10 acres'Rd. 12* Home with !
I IN good condition end 3 rental, te .kelp. make. payments. .3 BR, I Seth. CB clean A *....2..000. C/HAA. veto .N.w' BR 3 B SO* legion. Terrace low $28.000.many '
Only. $65.000 with ewner financing. carpet, excellent term. 'Let 4 Butler Court $3990. '
964.7828 880 N. TempleI ......-.3 BR. I Beth en 3 acre with fish ......-.29.900. .House 2 .c,.* off Rd. 12* .bare fenced $ \
i 7 acres well pump. *...... end light .pole. reedy for Hwy 22*. tone exterior. wise 2 BR,1 Beth with. .4 ecres .'-utltul"rlck duplex U71 epersen specious kJ.J.t
I mobile. home. $''.IOCI with term. under cuHlvetlon. .bars end gerege ._". fenced.Klngsley .Beeutlful .let near Country Club. 200x124' !

L.... eree. 3 ecre*. .4 .bedroom I .bath. 2-stery, Comfortable home pretty ground* 130 ,.....en
3 rental, en nice .large .let. Includes 2 M freme house, lovely lendsceeed ,..... .13 acres $
.i WishlngYou u." deuMewlae MH ((3 Bl IV* Be) A I2.60 MM ((3 BR 1 .4 '.. IViB. Breaker or... I'A acre .let with nice free*. .Investment 17.000..1.* Call A Bey St. '''.000"
Be) monthly Income $....$4..000. .3* ecrot-neet home en Rd. 14 Will divide. 2fl
"j the Happiest, : rIz1 HOMESITE* .Cctnmerclel next to Terwlllegar Realty $30,000.
I BROOKER ARIAS Crosby Lo". restricted .hemeslte. ..,...__. OWNER FINANCEDlMl ,
New 78 beeutlful acres with "Handy-men. Special". hau... ..93 acre 2000. LARGE bMg .M acre next to Bradford
Year! I4f4J .2 late In cfly/ paved street, II... excellent.. terms.FOR "M acre prime cemmerclel-30IN-1B Motel.
A each tide. I
MANY..MANY
OTHERS ; Greet
property ecre*. from
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DONT BE SORRY YOU MONT CALLS RENT .,13 ecre :301 A Morgan Rd. $39,800. ,
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New school board chairman Arthur Former finance officer Eddie Parrish cited Increased state funding ought by the school board. .' Okayed payment to Trteat Construction tative to have that firm Included sir
Gasklns has asked for and received Douglas resigned September to go to the Health Department. the The board authorized attorney Co. 'of .,061 on Vo-Tech the tax sheltered Mtnutty plans offered -
agreement from his fellow board Into private pragtc) locally. Casey cause for his recommending the Wolbert to begin proceedings in an at Phase IV 'construction, $ 2m on school empleyM*. Lincoln National
member lor a once-a-month recommended in November, and the lower allocation. The matter was tempt to leot.hr the instrument Lawtey Elementary and a final payment pays $.7$ percent Interest and
meeting addition to the regular board approved that Mrs. Alma tabled at a previous meeting on a mo reportedly .damaged so of $30,973 on the middle school guarantees thecustomer to get all his
bin third Thursday Outlaw be named temporary finance Gen by Parrish. and reconsidered, badly that it could not .be-used for partitions Job. Trlest deducted $.,OIS3 money back. '
/First workshop session Is scheduled officer until Jan. 1 when she plans to Monday when Parrish said he was- parts. offs n. '" from his contract price to reimbursethe
for Thursday, Jan. 3. at 7 p.m. leave the school system because her ready to bring the matter from the. The matter had been brought to the school board for shelving and.ClI'pet
Gaskins asked that school administrators husband is being transferred to the table. attention of the board several times repairs; In the middle school Approved a final Title I budget of
and principals attend in southern part of the state. Board member Pat Spengler and the board decided Monday nightIt after the Department of Education $318,000, down some $i ,000 becauie
addition to school board member Gasklns pointed out that effectiveJan. seconded Parrlsh's motion for the was tune for acUon.I' refused to approve those Items for fewer students are eligible for ue
No specific topic of discussion was 1 the board will be without a $4,000 allocation and it passed payment. remedial program The Title I program
set for Jan. 3.Apparently. finance officer and pushed to have unanimously. Parrish said the $4,000 In other action, the board: is apparently paying off
agreeing with their one sought as soon as possible.The will more than cover the physicals the I because even after raising tbla
chairman, the school board members chairman said the board approved lID has given this year to athletes and Asked Director of Operations Len- .Accepted a rule change to allow percentile scored not as many
readily agreed to the additional monthly all classifications of school employees. nard Register to look into strengthen the board to offer and administer ex students could be found as last year.There .
meeting. Board member Pat employees several months ago and ing security on school buildings. ams to give students high school are 532 students .in the TiU.Iprogram
Spongier pointed out that most county asked that each category be brought spraying Recommended credit without taking the class. The now, according to Prograrh
school boards hold a workshop once back to the board for review of job Fir Head Lice Okayed a work order,change on test will be given two times a year at Director Myrna Lou Rann.
per month. classifications and duties, but that County Health Nurse Joyce Rlherd the Lawtey Elementary addition the end of the semester at at cost of
.Gasklna thinks the workshop will none has been discussed! so far. has recommended that the school under construction so the intercom sit per subject area.
wee better communications bet Gasklns suggested the finance board spray all rooms to primary could be operated irons the office Instead Agreed with the recommendation
board members,principals,and department personnel be discussed at grades during Christmas holidays of the clinic as shown on the Approved a trip to Washington, that portable classrooms: be built with J
county-wide administrative person the Jan. 3 workshop. to prevent head lice. plans. D.C. for 6,7, and a grade students in $3 .ooo In carryover funds in the Till'"?
nel. The school board wondered at the the spring of i960. The board was I program
Board Wants Legible coat and set an investigation into carrying Set a probe into what it will cost to assured the trip Is open to students
"v 7 Days Before Meetings Bid tabulations sheets for tools for ." tanks at Lawtey Elementary. It]la a a sore point with the school board. Was told the system wUl receive t
Chairman Gaskins also requested, the vocational school were all but Legal Action Asked long-standing problem and the board The request was made by middle $48,459 In 1980 Countercyclical Con.
and Supt. Tom Casey agreed to provide unreadable, board member J.T. Par To Remove Alcoholic Employee decided while the plumbers are thereat school principal Dewey McKlnney. struction Industry Job Program tot !
supportive documents for up- rich pointed out. Noting that responsibility for actions work to see what It will cost to have the Special School Maintenance Act.
coming meetings seven days prior to The sheets were supportive of all employees falls on the new drainfields installed Issued a quit claim deed for property That's a fancy name for maintenance
the meeting. documents to the request for the school board,the board instruction attorney where a former New River funds Supt. Casey said and the boardquickly
Gasklns wants the complete agenda board bids on v -tech sewing Jesse Wolbert to bring legal Gave permission for the BUS bandto school was located to clear up a agreed to spend the money(
plus supportive documents, attachments macs, an auto engine action to fire or have the certificate participate in the St.Patrick Day 100-year-old( quirk In a deed. on: 1) fixing leaks in the BH$
explaining agenda items, analyzer! vocational equipment Project prMeson employee with an parade in Jacksonville, upon requestof cafeteria roof, 2) a new BUS gym
the Wednesday prior to the Monday PASS office furniture, and in alcohol Jax Mayor Jake Codbold.Heard floor 3) air-conditioning the BUS
board meetings."I structional television equipment. Supt. Casey's recommendation to auditorium and buying new curtains
certainly don't like board Parrish said he was certain the bids extend sick leave to the employee, a parents of a Southslde Heard a request from a Lincoln for the stage, and 4) fixing leaks afr
meeting handouts," Gaskins said. were all right, but said he would like speech therapist who drives a school Elementary student complain of National Life Insurance represen Hampton Elementary. :
'Supt. Tom Casey agreed, saying If the tabulations presented so the board bus between schools, was rejected by treatment his daughter has receivedat .
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the administrative staff doesn't have members could easily see that the the board Monday night."I school, and heard Principal Jesse
sufficient information seven days in lowest or best bid had been accepted, don't intend to sit on this board Moore explain the school's side The
advance the matter should watt and or why not. with this kind of liability,"said Chair problem involves the behavior of a .
be placed on a later agenda. Casey "In the future, Mr. Parrish. If it's man Gasklns. student whose parents have asked not
said many times it is difficult to get presented to us like this we t re not "I'd be happy to assist your attorney be paddled. Supt. Casey said the .
information together at the last even going to handle it," said Chairman with anything he can legally parent Edwin Conklin, had every
minute. Gasklns. The chairman asked, prepare," Supt. Casey replied. right to appear before the boat but .
and Parrish agreed to Include in his said the matter could be out
Finance Officer motion that new tool bid sheets be Replacement of TubaIs within the school. !
Wanted by Board copies sent to each Sought by BoardReplacement ..
."This board would also like to see a school boam mber, of a tuba destroyed bya -Opened bids on cafeteria equip-
permanent finance officer" Chair- former band student who transferred ment, food !Items, and TV carts, and w L)
man Gaskins told Supt. Casey. Allocation Halved from the school system but Is gave the bids to staff for evaluationand
"I'd very much like to have one, For Health DepartmentOn back in the middle school now will be recommendation.
too," Supt. Casey agreed. a motion by board member J.T. ,
"Why can't we have one?" Gasklns Parrish, the school board agreed to a r
persisted. ",000 allocation to the Bradford w
County Health Department for services
be that the board's
It could rendered to the school system.
guidelines for hiring a finance officerare The amount Is half the $8,000 requested
set too high, Casey said, adding it by the Health Departmentand / i I
is difficult to find a good accountantwith half what the department has Here's to a i' III
two In school administration. -
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WednetKiay. Jan. 2: Chicken and;
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IftUe neighborhood department store. PICTURE SHARING EASY! cornbread.. milk.. :3: Beef vegetable:::
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Yes we will I FILM GUARANTEE milk. :
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Has New Directors ;

77<< TYLENOL The Bradford County Roping Club>>
CAP9ULC8 has announced Its new directors tot
PEPTO-BISMOL 1980 as: President- Gene Underhill;
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Bottle ol 100. 6 ounce bottle Joan UnderhilU Treasurer Bill
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LIMIT LIMIT vacant positions on the Board "of

99 109 i DORITOS i Supervisors.the newly. elected supervisors are

Greg Alvarez, an agriculture teacherat
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Whil*or colors, 0 MUGS 'IC2-EQUCAHAETST' I CALCULATOR Ave.Bernard
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6 6n7 .,COUNTY TIMES AND LAKE REGION MONITOR :
December 27.It7> Section .
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t ., ; ,1, -- Tornado Grapplers Fourth: ;; : !


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Claim 3 Individual Titles ', ,'

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By Richard Smith ly, Danny and Allen, and also with may have their hands full with
Student Journalist Junior Shoening and Kenny Wright. It Forest. !
was Kenny's first win ever and he andI -,. Ht >r.,.(jM)pl.md.oj......1w.
H4 The BUS wrestling team came were tickled to death," said Coach wMw.r ti-I.II1 P..I(14).N..d I._.....-
kt l. n, 114-fanMM(tHf)kM OMOM. ,..1.N
away with three Individual first, as Ronnie Harris, .aniimf l ttH|.....(inn(IHS)OM.P ............- .
many as any other team in the Santa N Christmas Tournament, but still The Tornadoes take a week off to .L..w..I.M.p..dbrr..rI.MIw.ds.uN. $7;
placed a distant fourth without rest and enjoy the Christmas season, ......-.(INS)-N.M1..1.p .. -
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144. ,I..d by win 14141_(IM) I. 1.I
enough strength In the wrestle-back before returning to the mats 1444..$(IW)I...t hM ,...kM tHttt. .V.. ,
matches. Buchholz, Santa Fe, and December 27 to prepare for a January taH<..---.W..r-I l ) l..l (tar Lake City all finished ahead of the 4 road match with the Wildcat of ItM, =WMM b$$. N!... held (III. fc, H.N.w.r ItM, 4ft. 4lM>
Tornadoes in the tournament Ocala Forest. Harris the
says tfM.MnMtoM Mlt UNI IMH(MK)NiM4CwmM:liM,
Thursday Dec. 20 in Alachua. Wildcats "will be loaded" so BUS pl..d _',". 1 I IW
Taking Individual firsts for the Tornadoes I
.. Bill Green, Danny !
-- -- -- were

Inside Duel this time but In the middle of the action all night scoring a wrestle-back Nugent, and matches Allen Scott., none In of the the Tornado Lifters Over; !

Keystone Sandra Norwood 11 I open for an Inside/ Jumper game high 24 points. five Tornadoes invovled were able to
to score two of her 17 points in last week's win over Union Also pictured are. number 21 Gall Rogers to left and garner a third place finish as Skip I
County, behind Biddix. KHIIS' Stephanie Wheeler and Union's Wheeler, Junior Shoenlng. Martin I
Union's Ann Biddix number 24, was behind the action Mary Page McGill. Hersey Kenny Wright, and Johnny Hawthorne41-17
Bell all ended up with fourth place
; finishes. .
: Heavyweight Allen Scott continued The BUS welghtuning team opened "It was good experience for us and I t
Biddix hits 24 for Tigers his string of successive pins by winnIng their season with a convincing 41-17 was proud of the team effort," said j
two matches on second round pin win over Hawthorne Wednesday Coach Faulk after the meet !
after receiving a first round bye.&eott' Dec. 19, in the BUS weightroom.First .
stands at .....r'a II4-I PkHllfM" Hi ....$. tl
string of pins now year coach Carlton Faulk call-
Indians Get Fourth Win sap. IBHJII ut-iM-mi inn M.ru. iBiMiIU.IM111.
Lady five as he remains undefeated In the ed the match a preseason match and .tl N...m I el15113.SM-5I1.f*......
j first part of his senior year with an IIIIISI,......., |].U n..l.'.,11I'__| overall record of 6-0 J.ekwa IHHHI IUllm.. Ijrflta IHIIMIIMHIMl
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Green Improved his season recordto "....... (545IwI$45*. SI TlMrMiM 50-34 Over Union 5-1. as he pinned Bryant of return with a match January 10. ...... IU.IW-IMI It*. II William. Oil I
County.. Buchholz and decl coned Williams of Turning in winning prcformances M-na-UU.II Grids(MWI_1......II H.MirUIBIMI \.
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Eastside, who was a national champat for the Tornadoes who captured five $."......r..' IBHHi Janlaa 2t-IIIIINI....m-IW-Wll.. tl I.....Ml.l .11
77 Ibs. two years ago, after a first firsts and five seconds In the meet _._.Oftm IBHItl ttMMMO: ..ll*... I
The Lady Indiana of Keystone won beat keystone if we get it together." County, and Union. Co. traveling to round bye In the 100 Ibs. class. were Bobby Martin in the 123 pound l turf Intel lU-IM-Ml llyt- II Meal IHIWItaomui.
their fourth (game in six starts while Stephanie Wheeler backed Nor- Cross City. Nugent won two lopsided decisions class, Lin Davis at 132 Ibs., Danny I
dropping Union County's girls to 1-6 wood with 11 points and Karen Smith Kaytlon 14 If 4 U (0 before edging Thomas of Lake City HUdebran at 181 Ibs. and winning
with a 50-34 win In Lake Butler Thursday had six and Betsy Boatwright five Union Co. '4 10 5 12 34 e-5. to take {he title in the 121 Ibs. uncontested battles were Clyde Summer Knit(Hand f.
night. while McGill hit five points for Union. KIYSTOM.wrtl,"1"1..a.I.M.m |.|...N... class, and up his season record to 6-1. at 198 lbs and Allen Scott In the n...PuppetsThe .
KHHS held Union scoreless of over Both teams come back from the .w..d 114. .. ..iris ,... W'_ 141. WM.W The three winners each received heavyweight division Davis, who
half the opening period in building up holiday to play games Friday Jan. 4. .It UNION. tmHt co..344.Arb,4l4._|f-..*....MOOl.,.,....Cra. Md gold medals and a copy of their totaled 380 two years ago to win a 1 tO Office W.Call Shop St.
an 8-0 advantage and built on the lead Keystone visiting Jasper-Hamilton ,*..MON..,-.._.,.,. '. bracket. state 114 pound title, started at 429 In M4-S7SI
throughout the game, The more "Obviously. I was pleased with Bil the 132 pound class.
balanced Lady Indians got buckets -.
from four different girls in workingout ,
to a 14-4 first period lead while UCHSFootball

Union's Ann Biddix,a shining star for Banquet .._ ... ..._. .. .. ......... ..
the home club with 24 points aod3 rebounds : ,.+ '.. :::.. __. =::.. .. .:;..- JT. R! -- -{
f ,finally got UCHS onOteboard
with a free throw. The Union senior "
hit 10 free throws in 15 tries to go with Slated for January 3
.seven. field oals. '
Keystone s Sandra Norwood work- Great
.e4;inside for 10 of her 17 points In the Union County High School's Football players will be passed out and I I ]
first half points as the Lady Indians Banquet is set for Thursday possibly some individual awards said OUTLOOKIs You
opened up a 33-14 halftime gap by night, January 3, at the Lake Butler Tiger Head Coach Jimmy Thomas. Tor It.
outscoring Union 19-9 in the second Community Center. The covered dish banquet will start at #'
.period. Norwood hit five of six frees 7:30: with UCHS followers asked to br
/Ithrow chances.The Letters to first year players and ing meat, vegatable and salad Buy Your Office Supplies For 1080 During 1979. S
Lady Tigers clawed back dishes. I..
bars for second and third year .
;,outscoring KHHS 8-4 in a slow third.quarter J.'' This Gins Ton A Dlrtet Expense Against Tour '79 Inconu J 1 J Jt},
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and pulling to within 37.24
when( Mary Page McGill bucketed a And The Materials To Use In 1130.onAnylA0aoo0lNeesep .
'''follow shot to open the fourth period. F--------rLj----- -I
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ex-cept:Keystone" coach Kathy Boatwrightafter lr Wa Have Your

the win. "At times we really : 20 Purchase Batman Now
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:-looked I good especially In the first uatus a POST IIRBEII IOOKS
thalf-Our defense was real strong." And January 3, 1180. .....i..l.H _",.think if we had gotten things Y.it Plaaia bring In
;together In the first half we would've, I iIecknumbor.o1TPEWRITER : i
been alright."countered UCHS coach / WE HAVE YOUR SMITH CORONA I' I Ii
.Mickey<<: Dempsey "I think we can rm4 W.Ceny J i
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,:. Fred Ilaefeker. tp I .

: Mr. Henry Fred Haefeker 62. resident -
: of Hampton died Dec. 19, at Ida .
: home following a brief illness. r ; .
; Born In Ft. Myers Mr. Haefeker .
: was retired from the Air Force and
: was employed at Gainesville Marine
: Outboard Motor Co. He was the son of
: the late Myra Sweet and Charles
; George Haefeker and had moved to
: Hampton ten years ago. He was a
: member of the Baptist Church.
: Survivors include: three sons,John
: D. lIaef ker. Uve Oak. George and tiF D R
: William Haefeker, both of Hampton; eEEF PEO
one brother, George Haefeker,
: Gainesville; one sister Mrs. Myra 111
: Haefeker,Colorado;arrn three grand-
: children. 1
: Graveside services were held
: Saturday at Mt. Carmel Cemetery In
: Lake City with Rev. Ray Williams of-
: ficiating. Archer.Tanner Funeral
: Home was In charge of ar

: rangements.John. SAVE 5OC


jt SUNBELTCAMPBELLS
: Allen Harris TS
: Mr. John Allen Harris, 75, of atO.
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; Starke. died Friday evening in Brad- TOWELS
: ford County Hospital Dec. 21, following ;
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: an extended illness. :
; Born and raised In Bradford County f 1 i TOMATOSOUP els
: Mr. Harris was the son of the late t T
Benjamin and Lime Finley Harris $ 00
: former pioneer residents of Bradford i _
Co. He was self-employed until his _
: health forced his retirement. He was
: of the Baptist Faith. l JUMBO
: Survivors include: three nieces 9c ROILS
: Mrs Annie Howard Gainesville,
: Mrs. Bertie Forsyth Ralford and 10-oz.
zesl Umlt 3 with $7.30 or more
Mrs. Virginia Starling. Lawtey; one ,_ CAN purchase excl. c0s.!
: nephew, James Harris, Starke; one ._ _
; sister-in-law, Mrs Gertrude Harris, '
: Starke. Limit 4 with $7.5O*r mere V 7 / I //7
: Funeral services were conducted at CAACKIN' 0000 Mirdwse excl. clg i
11 a.m. Monday morning at the SALTINES 1 I I .
Chapel of Archer-Tanner Funeral
:. Home with Rev. Gene Bass conduc- ". 59C I.V I.
ting the services.Burial was in Brown I. TOP
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Cemetery with Archer-Tanner
Funeral Home in charge of ar

rangements. aTAaara tHlllfTY MAID PLUS DIPOSIT

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LUNCHEON U-o.. COLA. !
; Herman Nettles. MEAT CAN 99c
: Mr. Herman Nettles 63, resident of
: Starke, died Sunday evening. Dec. 16, THRIFTY MAID SPAGHETTI
in Bradford County Hospital following 37-w.
:: an extended illness Born and raised SAUCE . . JAR 99C
in Milliard Mr. Nettles moved to THRIFTY MAID THINSPAGHEnI
'. Starke approximately 44 years ago 2 :Ka *1 SAVE,20c
where he was self-employed as a pulp CuCKIN GOOD
wood dealer. lie was a member of The ARMOUR
THRIFTY MAO ELSOWMACARONI!
: Congregational Holiness Church POTATO CHIPS
Faith. VIENNA r .i. 2 'rl4-cas.S: $1
Survivors include: his wife Mrs.
-. Rebecca Nettles, Starke; four sons, SAUSAGE THRIFTY MAIDTOMATO
Ray, Donald, Glenn and Mickel Nettles SAUCE Ss 16C 8.OTWIN=
,all of Starke; one daughter, Mrs. 9 ,
Jo Ann Nettles, Starke; three sisters, THRIFTY MAID: IUSNNS. COUARDS OR MUSTARD 1", 'PAK '
"! Mrs: Violet Stewart, Starke Mrs. ; 1
GREENS 3' CANS $1oq ,
: Geraldine Blossom, White Lake,S.C., 5 ,oII. $119 . 1'' i iU
and Mrs. Winnie Quick, Apopka; CANS CHACKIN-GOOD CHEESE!! SAILS,CORN CHIPS.TACO CHIPS,FRIED 7r' E
three brothers, Melvin and Grady CHEESE! CURLS !
Nettles, Starke and Harry Nettles CA W""
: Jacksonville; and five grandchildren. SAVE 3 T e SNACKS . CANER 69c fJ//
: Funeral services were held at 2
: p.m. Wednesday at the Pine Valley .
: Congregational Holiness Church with
Rev W.J. Thornton and Rev. Henry ?
: : Thornton, Jr., officiating. Burial was D P
in Crosby Lake Cemetery with &
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in OTxr LONG GRAINDRAGON

: charge of arrangements. MILLER RICE . .3 :0: 79c'

EE 'THRIFTY MAIDQUICK

GRITS . .5 I::0 SSc

William Arch Alley 67 HER kITlR78c $111 l9 PKESTONE a
:. ; Mr. William Arch Alley 67, resident ANTIFREEZE . . GAL. 3" ,
of Starke, died Thursday. Dec. DRINKS 12-oz. FIELD TRIMDOG
13, following an extended illness. NREj'
::0 $369
RATION .25
Mr. Alley was the son of the late . ,
Josephine E Lamb and Burtram THRIFTY MAID

Chattanooga Banks Allen, Tenn pioneer He was residents a retired of SAVE 50a TOMATOES. . .2 = $100

mail carrier in Hialeah.Fla.,and was THRIFTY MAO CUT ,
a member of the National Letter Car SUPERBBAND GREEN BEANS . 2 = $100
rier Asso. Mr. Alley was a veteran of SWISS STYLEYOGURT V GEORGIACRACKERS
WWII, and a member of the Baptist CRACKM-GOOD I
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Church MYr . . :; 59c
Survivors include his wife, Mrs
: DARLING FAMLVBREAD DOJE DARLING FRENCH! .
.: Maxine Alley; one son, Mr. WUliair any t DOCIE '
: Alley, Starke; one daughter, Mrs o . . . = 39c HARD ROLLS . .. 1\.2 ERA $1"
Sandra Dowling, Starke; foul C DOOt DARLING PRESTIGE DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGEENGLISH
; brothers, James E. and Burtranr 4 x 011. I S. $ 1 ra..
: Banks Alley, Jr., Welaka. Fla., John curs WHEAT BREAD . . 2 J0 MUfFiNS 2 PKDa: 89c
: Robert Alley, Chattanooga Tenn., DOQI DARUNO PRESTIGE DIXIe DAIIUNOBUTTERMllK"BISCUITS
and Raymond Alley Huntsville,Ala.; .2 = $1ot 1 PECAN TWIRLS .2 =: 99riPpg111Dog
: two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Alley and .
: Mrs. Hilda Zimmerman Chat _
= tanooga, Tenn; and two grand / pAiM3toSIN
: children /' .
.: Graveside funeral services were LAYER
.(: ; conducted at 11 a.m. Monday morning a11 $119
: Dec. 17. in Chattanooga, Tenn., CAKES. : :
: with Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of SUPE2sRAND
Starke In charge of arrangements. SAVE 47'. CRACKIN'GOOD HITTER Ml NOTS --

BISCUITS .. . ., .3 $))00 ICE CREAM BARS "

1AM130o--PAIMETTOPAIMS OZ SANDWICHES F'

PIMENTO CHEESE . $
: Mrs. Eutha Starlin,.62 y"P
: Mrs. Eutha Starling 62, resident of SUPERSRANO SAVE 5O1

: Lawtey died Sunday. Dec. 23. In SOUR CREAM ., . 6CJc az PAK
: Alachua General Hospital. Yt
SALUTO FROZEN
SUPERSRANO SOFTMARGARINE CTN.
: Gainesville
following an extended illness.
z." : 2 39c "
: Born in Clayhill Mrs. '
: Starling move SUPERSRAND PUDGE SARS *>
: ed to Lawtey approximately 47 yean I ta.Flc. '
; ago. She was employed by Sunland TWIN POPS ., ,s. 99c
,. ''i : Training Center in Gainesville for 10 SUPERSRANO ALL FLAVORSSHERBET E
i:1 ; years before her retirement in 1974. :: : L I : Mrs. Starling attended the Lawtey .
r f i > : Church of God.Survivors ASTOR(MAKES A HALF GALLON) ,
: t : Include: her husband ORANGE JUICE It;. 97 33-0
VH" Harold Starling, Lawtey; one son .' . .
Craig Padgett, Lawtey; five MINUTE MAO CHUNKING SS E

: daughters, Mrs Magolene Akridge. LIMEADE .3 99 EGG ROLLS . . R9C
; Starke. Mrs. Sandra Bass and Mrs. .1 "
nil a ONION )'< onus ;
;, : Judy Davis, both of Gainesville Mrs. !. 1:1: _I ;' : "'- -
i .r : Patricia Wilkinson, Raiford and Mrs. BAGELS\ ."..\\. ..CII.: 59c BLACKEYEDIXIANA '" PEAS .. : : PlIO. $119
A' : Elissa Leach.Lake Butler;one sister MORTON < *. V I >ft!::1 *:*8. COUARDS,TURNIPS WITH !ROOT a. '
: f : Mrs. Myrtice Bell Maxville; 16 $ 69c V 1d1E v
: grandchildren and 8. great CHICKEN:BREASTS ; .: o' 2" MUSTARD GREENS . F O.: \
'l' t a
: grandchildren. PAN Red i r >- r' ** 'r% 1PARUNO
'=,. J I: Funeral services were conducted at Y"r' ..'vl.) =- ..*2f PARTY KE '. 8 ::0' 69* .
i f' f' :: 2 p.m. Wednesday at Long Branch .
:' with Rev. Alton Coleman .!i ,;

1'J officiating.Woody Miller,Burial and Rev.was Lester in Austin Long "., ";.:",. ..' .R.,.. )..4.' .1.. ', f.', '.:. .. '" ,'I'"f\t"\t' \ : k j>IJiI"1,,, '! >1.o. :> : '.

Branch Cemetery with Archer- j jI
Tanner Funeral Home of. Starke In I I '

charge of arrangements. r


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"It was really Just a poorly played Is and play Inside... well he just puts iPt.: : \

game for us." out 100'percnet' and uses everything" s

Keystone High coach: Ron Brum- he has Brummitt praised. I saw

rattt summed up 33 minutes of basket him get shots blocked and just grab .
ball with that statement. He was talk. the ball and put it back In. A lot of Union IIigb"'Tlger boys los

ing about the Indians 89-65 'loss to fellas his size would get one blocked third cliffhanger game of the season,

West Nassau in last Wednesday and say 'hey I'm not going back in 51-50 setback against CracentCRty?

night's Bolles tourney consolation there' but he just sticks it back In." In the consolation game of the

finals. The Warriors who were forcedto Guard Eddie Dyal added 18 points / Palatka Christmas TournamenrVcife.

come back from 12 points down to and Derrick Carr hit for 10 for the In- they fell to 0-8 last week. J ,

nip lOUIS by one in Keystone last dians. "We need to be able to get 1mf' h y< The loss followed a 71-47 win Sox._/
than three In double ;11 Cocoa over the Tiger boys. No information
week, had things their own way in the more two or guys
tournament game expanding an :ruevery game" Brummitt add was available on the Crest,

eight point halftime lead to 69-50 after City game as Tiger coach David Ross

three periods. West Nassau was an The Indians will be resting and left for a holiday vacation but deaj&7( ) .

Improved team with a 6-3 rebounding working out individually Brummitt / on the game should appear in. !next) *,.

forward back from an injury and with hopes until practice resumes January week's paper. 1' "

Chip Wesch ((29! points) red hot from 1. "We've played a lot lately and I The Tigers get their next shot etvvn( .*

the wing but It was KHHS'poor play want to give them some rest. number one against Cross City .FH-I: ::

that was the difference Brummittsaid. The Indians next play Jasper- day Jan. 4, on the road. The Hears--: ,:

Hamilton County Friday Jan. 4, on have comeon strong after a slow start: .

"They're not any better than we the road.Koyitono. behind the play of 6-8 center Eugen$ ;.;.i

are, we just played a poor ballgame. U 22 12 IS UWotrNmtou McDowell. .. .

But the kids know what's wrong and 24 22 23 U SSMVITOM Come Back Here Ball .

I'm leaving a lot of the responsibilityfor -. taeHdi "."-.. Can .....*. ... leelicen. Keystone (dark uniforms) try to run down the bouncing Cocoa 71 Union Co. 4Z : :
*-*- Oyd rill Heme .,-,. MetMl 144. SteMl i
from
improving up to them. One of our Oa.btball.playlng girls .Union. County high and basketball. '
I.!' TOTAUt a tt-tt M.WHT .
The score might indicate a blowout I
biggest problems is not working as a NASSAU Wesch u.M, (we* .-... lleerfele. '
team. You don't dribble against a HIM. ..|... ..... -e-ll.. UrMte .-.-,.. -.. but Tiger coach David Ross was a' ;

zone press and yet we do It. We don't .,.,. OvHar...., MOM !.!.*.AHIne I 1 I..'. TOTAL MttttM. Keystone JV Girls Down Union 31-20 happy man after Thursday night I .

do it in practice but we get In a game tourney game against the clajj.) ;.:;....

and revert back to I&" Jacksonville Bishop Kenny won the Cocoa team.

One player Brummitt wasn't at all Bolles tourney with three easy wins, The Keystone girls Jayvee basketball the half, but the Tigers closed the lead team-high six points along with tow f played a good ballgame,"

disappointed in was 6-2 junior Chris extending its record to 92. The team defeated the Union County down to five points 25-20, with 4:27: to' fellow Tiger Tammy Barton. Ross said. "Basically we playedunder

de Bodisco. He scored 23 points and Crusaders handed Baldwin its first jayvees 31-20, in a hard-fought battlein the contest on on eight foot KHHS came right back and got intoa control. I started some.fwjiw:- :

snatched 12 rebounds to lead KHHS in loss In the semi's and crushed Univer Lake Butler Thursday night Dec. Jumper by Paula Hawkins and on a stall offense. MicktSlbley and Anna fella's and we ran our offense better- .

both departments. sity Christian 74-43 in Wednesday 20. driving lay-up by Sandy Kimble. Gagilo hit four straight free throws to last night than ever. We had more turnovers ;

"To be as little and slender as Chris night's finals. KHHS held a 194 lead at the end of Hawkins finished the game with a sew up the victory for the Indians, than we've been having but at.. .

which improved their record to 3-2. least we took the ball Inside ..and- :
played some doggone basketball1It .'- '
Union County dropped to 2-2 with the
was Union that lead after one '

loss.The Indians Donna Dodd led all period, but a 14-12 margin. But'-thg" '

scorers with 12 points and Robin taller deeper Tiger team from Cocoa*!-:*

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE Wyman added six to the Indian cause. took over against the tiring Union\ .'
lineup to a 32.23 haiftime'tealand -
'We finally got the shots I wantedto grap !
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get and I was impressed with the build It to 53-34 after lhre
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I way we handled pressure. We ran the periods. -'- *<:,\>

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S stall well and kept our composure. I "We started in the corners (spread- .

was pleased with our reboundiung, offense) and played real well lit: the.: i
first quarter but they came out of ;
but was disappointed with our 11 of 33
their zone and played us man to man .
from the foul line said a satisfied
GAINESVILLE SUN KHHS Coach Bob Smith after the vic from the second period on and we kin ..

tory. da got out of our game," Ross noted, ,. *
He had praise for first time starters *
Union Coach
County Mickey Dempsey -
Donald Jones and Greg Jones wh*>'..
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CLASSIFIED SECTION. was as pleased .
think the girls just got stagefright. It opened with Phillip Jackson, Ervin-
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George and Rufus George giving the1 -
was their first time playing at homein .
1 .r front of their parents. Tigers a lineup with only one man I
over six feet tall the 6-1 Donald- '
The next game for the Baby Indians
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The Sun's Classified section will be January 7, against Jones."Donald .. .
Shop Gainesville a team that Coach Smith rebounded wellteam1( .
leader -
with eight) and fine"
calls the toughest the girls will face played a "
all season. defensive game, Ross said "Phillip '

The next scheduled action for the Jackson just played a tremendous''* *

every day for great shopping values. Lady Tigers will be January 14, game too. He was seven for nine from' .-"

against the Trojans of Hamilton the floor (for a team-high 13 points) : :.
and the whole
County In Jasper. played game except-for.-
one minute In'the fourth quarter 'I ,

Kayslong 7 12 t t 31 think our guys just got 'tired. ''Our ".

PILING CLEHKBookkoMlnlmufn 2 v.... oonoral otflc DENTAL. A&StirANTtralnlnoMcMMry. full Km. *. writ 'Dot.PI3M. Afternoon. COUNTER w.$. Anolv PERSON'In__. Union Co. 3 7 4 20Keytteite. starters were doing such a good job V : -
._Drlnc..... and fcnowlodo. of Sun or.wr A. G.'n.. .- NooMMCNISON.a. SlWey. ...... Dead .-..11. w,_ ..... wanted to keep them in there' but. ..'"
L I.nd Mr. Goldatetn de IOOm.nh.lpul.3774673.f Call vOFl. 3702. 7O4NWI3St. fttpBCIeanert.COURIEM had: 1-1-3, Coir 1-.,. Butler ,... 0.."..-....Win.' -.
WJRSIYUSTHAIRDRESSERS ?6tt' proleislonafoftlcet ..... TOTAUl ,.-".... Cocoa just kept shuttling players. In'
ULL'TIME POSITION for ..
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pv chl4)trlc' nurtlno In .n ou..n.y. malnfalnence .....Ic.provide .. Men C..- Bane*..*. C.iwy J..., Hawkins. .-... there.
.Mp ndno ftom tt*.ltr' o w1/317 w3- : .......'....' ":
: ncv. 'Mwhw1 good n'.I."' record, ;! TOTAlSi le-f-M. ??,. ,?...t S ?Ervin George backed :'Jacksort IWUh10points -'a!
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collect. 113-36. or write six."I
J. Sullivan :391-17U or cgn.cl0. S Jane Edmund Asvoclele ,
MANAGER coupl Nar rr,d Home Health _"Ie.of SaratolN. T >
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n amMlMInd van.. ,Ivelrleal. .. WANTED.. oncomml HA'.O"EUEAS WAN ED university of Florida Seminick Coco 12 20 21 IS 71
Ol oa air conditioning lon or rentel bemltt.partlime Good 1"'_'", OU..nl_ p11n.471NacNr.M report Andy Heads I
I or full-time' / far Information UNION CO. $, ... ,.
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arc M.Oad. 7R, aDl.. plus coM50Sgnl.. .: Manaoer.HairEm : (Of LONDON( )() Employment Opportunity Post 202 Baseball Clinic <...,Jane.-... I. _..a ...I IS. Hlcfc."Ji % lacy. Call 376-ha?. per_Square eautv on 14 Blvd.Salon.374OO54If77 Mllinop- _CALL 377 76437S Affirmative Action Employer ,-... TOT Alt 111.1 t ... i1 .'''.-!? I
15 year major league veteran Andy COCOA KerenJaekiea 4. turens. V. McCer I*. *.II
Seminick, now a scout for the 4,C.,_4.WlhWI I.MIIU. ....nI...., II. Cliaieel.
4. TOTAL M It al 11 M.
Philadelphia Phillies organization,
will headline the teaching staff at the' -- :;--jj
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",aRsIno./c.AMA/ air, radio, power ., DODGE SOAR _.MONACO 51701 only lmmcul, loaded.: .mual cllv*.*rv.l. mil MOO.** Post 202 baseball clinic to be held in Union jy Boys j5 I
o .' condlllon.VHP INCLUDES ME BATC* Call 1/4 Mgl or 311.0332. February.The .
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ECONOM" PLUS....LUXU...... 170 .. ...cif.ft.NlnObfakM.. 4>lr. automatic, Now 4 2 *s
7* Century Bulck loaded COUGAR low .11. rcnt point. .... $ ...lvtourM. two day clinic for youths and -
with....... 20 MPO. f.ooo mile pomr vi. brakes. aulomatlc. > ft' .... 3/.V3007 Student.'TOODSMOeilfCUTlASS. I
adult coaches is set for after school
"owner.377-SI48 white / lop and Interlor. 1.\
Tf BUtCK .EGAL..U99S '12 SIOOO FORD 3'S-21C..5D.GRAN TORINO..aulofnallc ( Friday and all day Saturday Union County High's junior varsity-;; I
71 VENTURAmukt INCLUDES *SOO REBATE* -
veil .....-...,,,. H..ED..UIOI..O..I. 2 Sons good condition. 401 ylRYGOODCONDITION.NW01a1 I. J/1XM: S4H!: > February 15 and 16. at Keystone's boys basketball team extended its... I
Good C_ _. I4SO 141 N. Main >/._9tn new $lire, air 4 Mal AM FMtIracH.
Park. Cost for the record to
Call 3>VISI Sludmt yi ti-fevY IMPALA 'm inTTpowr Muiit sell t.4, 374 "7a. '74 CAPRI automatic, ah. *clean, McDaviq two-day 4-2 with two wins last week. I
.._Ino/br.k... w1oml-cu. ; '7SMAVERICKBlue. I ...c..nl'.unn.ng mileage/ and. lutt condlllon.Great .. session is$10 for one person or $15 per The Baby Tigers have won their I

SMYDER MOTORS, INC 1C. JOO J07.. automatic. 4 .cylinder.sivn Call M.OOO Earl miles.I Rogers.37 student economy.liaoalfrrt2i family with more than one registrant. last three, clubbing Chiefland 56-16, '

Author...vw pay. 1913 CHEVY MPAU i -73H.. 00.1"'f: ORVE Et trh wlln red Topics to be covered Include: train. topping Newberry 59-50 and bounclnL.-
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U $ fO W..t, L.h.City. Fl., !..' CADILLAC.power. door. Megs. -TOp AM/FM.
/33.10400,4317142.' h..O.0.3ySS0vlUlu"N' Good condition woo CallJ754040. air power_. windows Best alter Ing methods batting, defensive P.K. Yonge 68-27. They get back into
over os Call 1'7-I3J ._ strategy offensive strategy, fielding, action after New Years with a gamet-r-rs

pitching, and practice organization. at Cross City Friday Jan.

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efficient t 3 ... home* e_'. heat large lovely 101. 3>/ 73DO '< Hour Serylce ; efty
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iNlkMkkt HAlk. Mrand ASSUMABLE In1er*.t rale brf S6I NW M SI. Durent E..._. cabinets brick faced fireplace .
l.o.new_.3. I7M R. 7 bam conlemporarv 10''..* and you Mill.. have time to 4 BR 3 bath home with pool family room sunken tub In master
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REALTORS.373-I7OB. I' .. .
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cabin? *M> >7. .64IOBEAUTIFUL GAS. ELECTRIC USED ::11S-u.
f Hud Be J on sale for only.ORIENTAL.12' SIN 4X4.. ..0 I T II ..S W H .. L. K ,e II mattress. **. New *3OO.Now. .
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wonden headboard 4. I
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t : bedside table SIOO- for gold. mirrors:, leather bag 4Vother carpel SM Call 377 W60_ zaetISwa1O'3
.t I all. Smell desk .chair. *JO. Small beautiful handmade craft Panasunic CoWoac' .1..w '''' 1env gvdslterb r i
I rocker with pads wo 377<71I Call 373I6M.. lam """ -"M receiver ....... In S I .
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I I"OI:6if 61 "$X.lO with tufted back Traditionalalvle. Wi_377 I4J7_ III! ": iieconatrack D':lava'ad114n : .. \ .
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SALE SERVICESSEWING SERVICES SERVICES .
APARTMINTSi Fur- COZY FRAME HOUSE PRICES PAID for used:t;
LOCK HOMES from $33.933 nlshd efllclencles and I with fireplace. LINK PENCE
10 x (0 Near mobile homes mortgog1
to 47964. CH/A, MOaill HOMIi All MACHINES' BILL'S. SAW SHOPS Completesharpening OFFICE MACHINI "'AI'. BR opts., weekly or mon schools, churches material. '
w/w now Insulation and Is 3/4 paid or mar*. CHIN'S Da It yourself
and panel REPAIRED service, circular .
All makes Phone 964.6502. SIok.pickup
carPet; electric rang, 'Insulafed Ing. Now ; thly. NEW FURNISHED shopping. Phone 964-5092! MOBILE HOME SALES and tave. Installation
wiring plum cleaned oiled hand carbide, .
and and adIU'Iad. and dellvery.12/13
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STUDIOS monthly only. after
windows 6
ttctig 12/27 evoii bl.. .
many p.m. 9645606. Open 7 days Fro estimates.
bing two AC. chain,mower blade hollow .
othar.xfre.. Built Reasonable. $10. Work 4tpd 13.BRADFORD 2313 N. Temple) Stark*. wkly TFchg ,
on yourown Phone 964.5576. 11/1 guaranteed. James ground and balanced.Leave HandyMan F.nc. C.
let. Rural financing TFchg. Strickland, at Jackson Building SEPTIC TANK TFchg MODERN FURNISHED APT. WANTEDt Mobil. home axles 964-8>>9. TFchg .
available. So* our modelsat Rd and Hwy corner 16. TFchg Morgan Supply. Stark or Keystone SIRVICBi Bradford r..ideaomtlal KITCHINITTESI, On., AC BR 1 BR carpeted, private and tI,... Will pick .up UMEROCKi 20 yd. semi
apartments pool TV ,
13879 Normandy Blvd.. .1970 MOBILE HOMIi .12x60 Hts. TFchgALCOHOLICS pump-outs, $45. Commercial utilities Included. ; paved parking. security DUN'S MOBILE HOME loads only. ALLEN E.
Jacksonville.. and Industrial. Fully Totallyfurnl.hed. doors and lights. Perfect SALES 9645606. Open 7 .
Phone Holiday two bedroom, 2 TAYLOR Lawtey. Phone
Weekly, mon
387-4981. Hallmark leisure' bath $3.300. Phono ANONV- licensed. Phone TEMPLE. for retirees, single person days a wok TFchg 789-3172. TFchg
thly rates. MOTEL.
Hamas. 13/6 9tchg ./3.. 182.3688.12/20 .1/10 .MOUSiPhono 964-8131. TFchg or couple. No children or CASH FOR COINS Gold ROUND BALES OF HAY SIS
4tchg
MOIILI 964-9148 or 96/-6512. 880 N, Tempi Ave., p... Call 964-8269 after 3 silver', sterling, dental
HOMES Why paymore MARY KAY TFchg REPAIRS REMODELING,AD- Stark. Phone 964-7397. p.m. 12/20 2tchg 13/37. gold. GP scrap jewelry, each. Phone Arthur
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Buy direct from factory BV OWNER 3 bedroom, 1 .DITIONSi No |lob too lorg 9/20 TFchg. frames, etc. J.R. Bull- Gotklns, 782-3140 or
largo tolactlon of 34, both, gas heat 2500 btu COSMETICSLouis ,REMODELING BUILDING. or too .moll. Fireplaces, MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE :1400 SO. FT. RETAIL*r office Ington 964-6250 782-3497. TFchg
'4. 12 wid.{ .. COMMUNITY AC, 1.080 *q. ft. 431 W. Starling REPAIRS. New kitchens, kitchen., etc. WADE BEHR HOMI PARK mobile homes spec*. Excellent location. NEED PORK, GRAIN FED Buy
MOBILE HOMES SALES. US Center St.: Phone 964-8991 baths, family rooms. Brick CONSTRUCTION tawtey and spaces for rent Phone High traffic ar.a. Will CHRISTMAS' direct from farm. Killed,
301 North. Open 9 to dusk all day weekends; oiler 6 Evenings 473-3002 block, concrete. Fireplace 782.3913.11/29 TFchg 468.2912.TFchg divide.{ Midway Shopping MONEY?" Cash for oak., cut and wrapped. 7S. a lb.
1 to' :6 Sunday. phono p.m. weekday. .12/20 Keyelone" Heights, specialists. Grlffls Con- GRANDMA WILL BABYSIT TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY, 1 Carver For Info Weeks. mahogany, old and wicker furniture dressed weight.{ Phone
964-8741. TFchg 3 ehg 13/37. structlon. Phone 4732108or New. Years Eve my home, room efficiency and also Bolt and Tockl.or 479-1993 other glassware and 7823635. 1 12/6 4tpd 12/27.
173-2576. TFchq any ego. Phon. 964-6362. sleeping rooms Weekly. or after 1 p.m. TFchg antiques. Coll collect FIREWOOOt S3S for half
I I 12/13 Stchg 1227HORStSHOEINOi monthly Com to Under- 284-9731 or 264-0656. 12/6 cord. J Phon 964-8210 alterS
I BIRCH'S !IPM PEST CONTROL wood Motel, 3V4 mil. 4tchg '12/27.
Keystone Trimmingor
Area Ads p.m. 12/27 3tpd 1/10
ONI BEDROOM" furnished
SIRVrCIS Of PLAT 320 N. corrective work. .12 North of Stark on US 301.
PIGS FOR SALES Also older
FOR'RENTi Trencher, com- POE SALE Lot and trailer 12 1979 SINGER Temple 964.5534. Household Av. Phone posts years' experience. Larry THRU ROOM furnished apartment, w/w carpeting.; utilities Included Phone HELP model Caw Tractor S500,

porter, cement mixer, by 60 furnished Ilk. new, UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY and termites. 11/8 TFchg LoFollette. Starke, apartment. $100 month. 964.6112 or 964-9361.)' with set of discs. Phone
pr..ur. wa.h.r, lawnmowers on Lake Bundy, Grondln. Need responsible, person to 964-6273.12/13 TFchg 2tchg Phon 13/37.9646201. .12/20 13/37 3tchg 1/3 I In I WANTED 964-3768 anytime. Itchg
tillers, 6lher FL., eight miles east of of 12/27
assume payments $14 or ___ _____
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garden_,.auto. KEYSTONE and construction Keyston Heights' Immediate pay off cash balance of 101 OFFSRi Job for youth. OAK FIREWOOD S30 per
RENTALS occupancy, $127.23 on Singer open Interesting challenging! IrucMood. Phone 964-S864
; Hwy. 21 North, 12000. 473-3432, arm sewing machine. port-time fobs for youth or 964-S484. Itchg 12/27
473.2995.TFchgREDUCE 473.2563. tfnchg. 13/13. Makes button holes, sews Hames (ages 16-22 years) In the FSBOi Approximately 8'A
GoBase TAPE Tablets and and fast with FOUND Sat. p.m., male on burtons, monograms, RffardabI field of social ..,.""Ic... ocr. In city limits of
E-Vap
water pills Andr.w. Phar. puppy, Lab/gr.yhound, fancy designs, slrlch' stitches Work otter school or on Stork. Pecan grove. red
mocy. 13/6 4tpd 13/37. black, with collar, no tag. .tc. Free home trial) weekends as a potcoune.lor cedar frees, pin plantation
Lak. Geneva area. and free home demonstra or outr.ochworker within walking"
CASH FOR GOLD Sterling 473-2111. tfnchg 10/11 lion. To so* call creditmanager In new youth distance{ of hospital :
Jewelry, diamond., coin., DEADLINE for classified coll.ct oriented group home In schools and shopping :
dental gold. Will visit your advertising' in the Monitor 904-376-4467. Hn 12/13 Storke. Apply In writing by Frontage on two street, :
horn anywhere. Mr. Rltfman. for the Jan.3 Issue Is Mon. AMERICAN, LEGION BINGO Trouble Jan.House 14,to he Box Tom Sawyer hone 473.3096 for appointment. :
Having 13133.
..479-1089.2/1 tfnchg. day Dec. 31 by 9 p.m Highway 2V north, Saturday Galnesvlll. Fla. 32604. In. 12/27 2tpd 1/3 :
LAKE LOTS POR SALE Chang. In classifieds' -7 p.m. and Sunday.2 tervlews will be scheduled 13 ACRE FARM with house :
Keystone Heights. should also be mad priorto p m. Public Invited tfnchg Jon: 16. Includ. your trailer on land. Ten pecan :
Beautifully wooded lots on that deadline. 10/18 phone number 12/27 tr.... Phone 964-8077. :
clear, sand bottom lake. FOR SALE Quality Starcraft FOR SALE Internetkmel ,,> 3tchg 1/10 10/4 TFchg. : ,
Good terms or discount for pop-up camper. Sleep .. 2 Harvester tractor with disc PINTO MARI good with :
castu to 3 ocr. with nice tables, stove, sink, and rotor cutter. In good With ? 'I 1' children. Price 25000. i
trees. ;overlooking )lake refrigerator, heater, condition. 1400. So* Mr. financing CARS Also free puppies, Call .
from. $3,900. $500down$50 carpeted.$2,400. Keystone Davis after S p.m. et Plantation 9646215. 12/20 2tchg :
month.Commercial Heights' 473-2910. tfnchg Farms off $R-31$. \ TRUCKS 12/27. :
lots on SR-21 North 10/18 Itpd 12/27 CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM :
avallabl. Owner- MASONRY WORK Block' 177 CHEVY MONTE CARLO radio turntable, solid :
Salesman.. 473-4379. 2/22 brick, stone. Specializing $100'whit REWARD female For block German and "Priced out of the market? Well think again I We have brand new AC.Take PS. .... AM/FM radio wood Mediterranean console ;
tfnchg. In fireplaces, new or over payments. cabinet, .moll record ;
POR SALE Two ocr. near r.bullt. No lob too )large or Shepherd. 7 mo. old with threeand four-bedroom homes. . Call today and see Phone 96/-5286. 12/20 storage.Magnavox. Needs :

SR-100 n.ar Keyston too .mall. Call 4732841. red collar and red name if you qualify for as low as 4% financing. ." 2tchg 12/27. some work perfect for do- :
Heights. $300 down $61.88 tfnchg 1025CARPENTER tog. Lost In Melrose area '66 OLDS CUTLASSi Two it-yourselfers. S50. Phone :
per month. Phone 473-4098 WORK '12/10. Answers to name door good second car, 15 to 7823330. TFpd. :
or 473-4367 after 6 p.m. Remodeling work kitchen Banshee. Call anytlm 16 MPG for sole or swap for NURSERY STOCK POE SALE :
3/29.12127 pd. cabinets and trim 479-1190. 12/13 tfnchg fishing{ rig. $475. Phone Citrus on trlfolata{ root for :
WO.KWANTlD\ Haute carpenter. Reasonable FOR SALES 2 BR mobile horn You May Qualify For This Special Plan If Your 964.8806.tchg/ 12/27 cold resistant. Peach, :

rspoireroof r.poirsbarns prices. Call Ed Dempsey at with 1 acre land. New well pear, persimmon nectarine :
built, painting, room additions 4732477. tfnchg 11/1' and pump. 3 mil.south of guava grapes, fig : .
Income Does Not Exceed Tho Chart Below
,, screen; porches.,etc. .FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 Bath,fully Keystone near SR 180 j ; . .. . FOR fA anna:, apple : ..1I
no lob ,tea small,,Mlke'i!' 'corpelLdhedilumhMd. $900 down .12.... per .. SALE ,<..lrIjq;;,o.l.tI Jppll 4'.Y. i
small repairs Electric heat and air. Lak. month. Call 473-4098 or aioleas. cam.Iias, hdg.plants :
473-3997-day, or 473-2803- Geneva. Available Jan. I. 473-4367 attar 6 p.m. 12/13 No. In Family 1979 SINGERUNCLAIMED junipers' palms, :

of tor-9 p.,". tfnchg 8/23 Coll 473-2499. 12/13 tfn tfn chg LAYAWAY shod trees, many more. :
Need responsible person to Roses on Fla. root stock ;
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n 2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons assume payments of$14 or O.C. Cornet Nursery, 23 i
payoff cosh balanc. el mil. SE of Starke at .
I Union fids FOR SALE '
County\ 13ODQ 15,000 '16,000 18,000 19,500 20,000 arm$'27.22 sewing on Singer machine.open Florahome Phone 639,.2I6S.Hwy 12/20 100. :i

1968 FORD.6. cylinder. 1/3 ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY Makes button holes, cows 6tchg 124.HEATIR. f
ton pickup truck. $990.
on buttons, monograms, LPi 65.000 BTU i
496-2320. 12/20 TFN. { with blower. Two :
stretch
INSURANCEMAINES fancy designs stitches year.
Carlfillyaw. OR 6/10ths LAND'S acres with SAKEil 195 feet and These Homes May Include etc Still In warranty. old. $150. Phone 782-3054 :
AGENCY Free horn trial and free alter S p.m. and :
Plumbing .160 S. Lok.Ave., lake Road frontage In lake on Sanderson Butler city Carpets Fireplace Appliances home demonstration. To weekends.. 12/20 2lchg :

Service Co. Butler. 4963978.Complete. limits, lanvll H. Dicks, see call credit manager 12/27. J
Insurance Service. TFN Realtor P.O. lox lake CIty collect 904-376-4467. tin FIREWOOD FOR SALEi S3S :
Fit 4 Box 90T7 EVERYONE IS INSURABLEl Fla. Phone TRAMPOLINES New round pickup truck load. Phon. i
Lake dry Fie. 3205t Immediate coverage by 904.752.8585. '13/30 4tchg list 5599.9$. sale 31995. 964-6957,36' N. Cherry SI. :
Phone 765-0563 ph...... JOE USHER 1/10. Down tAsLowAs $1,200" ....2 list{ $399.99. sale Itpd 1227SEWING ; "'
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t96.21J4 MACHINE
AGE or496390J.TrN CUSTOM MADE $24999. Phon. 1.178.3221Jox. )
It No Answer DRAPSRIESiPreestimate. ,, TFchgFENCINGi NuHome brand year old. :

Call/ Alter 6 P.M. .. local All kind., hog Excellent condition. Com ::
distributorfor completely wire, welded wire, barbwire plot with carry case and
washable nationally wood, chain link; foot pedal. $100. Phone :
I tgtvati advertised Gordstt We Have Recently Built 12 Homes fr.. .."mal... MANNING 964-7166 after 6 p.m. TFpd :
WATERS e Draperies. StW Enterprises FENCE CO., 473-4833. BEAUTIFUL CONSOLE :
Call Ed or lomo Keystone. TFchg CABINET 7 It. long solid :
Under This And The
Program Payments!
BUUDOZIHG Stephens. 496-3319. 3/1 HAY Bahla or Allsla. lorry wood perfect AM/FM
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964-6642 LaFollette. Starke. Zenith. Good speakers. ,
*Bulldozer' Work TFN.FOR Range from 964.6273. TFchg.SKI Turntable does not work
Don't Miss Your
.Large or Small RENT $19250. $2650. BOATi 16 It. fiberglost. has record storage, reel- ;
Lard Fill Favorite Programs to 73 boat 74 Mercury 69 HP to-r..l tape recorder :

FAST SERVICE FURNISHED HOUSEl For sal* Month ngin.*. gotor-tllt, trail.,. needs repair. $75 or moke ,
*;,PondaWILBUR or rent In lake Butler Pay ".500. Coll 964-9764 daysor offer. Beautiful' cabinet to
Ilk. rent owner financed. 431-1640 after 8 00 p.m. make Into bar or trophy
) WATER AdvancedElectronics Thro* bedrooms. Call TFpd c..., Phone ,782-3660. .:
.' U4-4MI 496-2842.12/6 tfn chg. Based On Size Of Mortgage And Your "I'. WATSON'S HOUSE OP. TFpd.
.'A VACUUMS, RANGER BASS BOAT 65 hp
.. *.. Many brandsof .:
eao w. Ms a ii at a* .

.884-8728 Bus. 418 E. Call 8t. **. REGISTERGAS Personal Financial Situation. machines new vacuums available. Part.Used golvaniied Evlnrud trailer motor plus and.x.
->84-8.41 Honts. and tras. S3800. Phone 431-1733. ;
AND OIL 'accessories tar all
Itpd 13.27wf ;
MOBIL! HOMK ; vacuum systems 404 NW
108 8. T*. tf St. .
10th Av.,
Gainesville,
WE PAY CASH iityici pdifs .t64-SI If You Own Your Own Land Your Payments phone 376-71(0.( TFchg i
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SCRAP BATTERIES LP Bottles highly fertillied. Phon. ,
$4.00 Ea. te* Would Be Less. . . 964-6071, TFchg. 2" Thru e". :
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200 AMI* Motor Horn* Filled I BRIC-A-BRAC, SHOES Just Fast Rotary :
ALUMINUM. CANS opening. Hwy 21 North of
23' lb. ....It ......... '" ,Keytton Hts. Ceramics, DrINng Equipment :

ALL OTHER METALS let 11m' ::1 ":, Call Us To See If You Qualify: .:,>: """ ". plaques Jewelry' ,, other dolls, it.ms.Phon. Indian. ...STATE.......LICENSED........... :.
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SILVER! COINS ,.... 473-7042. 7/36
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BRADFORDBATTERIES. a. .rtM ,-. \" ; \ ., J- TFchg .....r..unp!!......

INC. See New.Model. :: Open for Inspection New A UsedSaleaPartsServic :
; .'f .1 f.i f.\ '.' VACUUM SALE .
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838 N. Temple *
Licensed ;
Licensed Broker or Salesperson *
415 N. Broadway Street, off Pratt Street 4 BR. 3 Bath. Yellow Brick, AUTHORIZED DEALERfOR

a9s _-so ilea -III III CAN YOU SELLt"? i 2 Bay Windows Fireplace This home can qualify for Special Finance ROYAL VACUUM, E-2 Term. i
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6 I CLEANERS

PANELING '' Your own full-tlm. Franchise In Real Esfute, THI All METAL ...PIuMbklI I .
VACUUM > **> it*JB *
I CENTER right In this area. And NO franchise charge. CLEANER

Paneling Molding National Company, established In 1900, Al Yovng-3 Ml. N.SOl New Installation."\ .
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Kitchen Cabtoett largest Itt Its field. All advertising, all signs, ing.njfei Ph. '64-6911 A..odeJln. Repalrt

form*,,supplies 'furnished. Professional' TrainIng : dabl ......................
:Counter Top I and .. .
I VanMea/ instruction 01"' for rapid development USED irrlnce.

I from Start to $o *$5. Ntionwide advertising TELEVISIONSUSED .......,.*..*...*.*.
1. FREE brings Buyers from Everywhere. Can '

STtMA TESVAKNIItSlss. 1 you qualify? You, must have Initiative excellent PUMP A SUPPLY

character (bondable), sales ability, be i"
( ''responsible Commi,slon-volum. H'am. Q" FURNITURE COMPANY :

: C8.0 114Q opPQrt"nlfyfor( man woman couple or team ,, Buy& SelL. 884 N. temple Av* j
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That Can Sell. Information' without obligation. + '" ; .
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Coca Coil Pistil i STROUT REALTY, INC., REG. BROKER +: 'fl dt ltItIIer'i.lIc 1 if ; ;\,' "'It. "i:"n ",. -:

884-8711 inmmmmaa 'P.O Sox 894.A I ,Starke. 964-65. *' v, ,. 473-3133, .:> "0 E./Cad E' '.

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. ; Dethrones Kitchen's Sonny\ -I.i_ tUE; :

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the Son,,'. coming back for 3H8 winthaldeadloekedtie.
I {tirltte*.>and Smith Chandler punched it In to make then *l Nps>siidings. Player from sand
i &liJi rlJ \' hooked up with Wolf Dommon on a the Old rtia.
flnittMnln
MM Made. Shop became the make 11>>0.
to
scoring pass
dethrone KitZin'B nine yard Starke Sharks meat played the"
four ytars to 01 the first half was a "
The last scQe recently :In
Tlle-Sonn 's Real Pit to Daniel Chandler Win in Jacksonville ?
Chandler pass Starke.
f. becue frm a&4JP. &Je heap In Foot.the that covered the last 20 yardS to The Starke Sharks men' 0g football \\j .'
Sttrke Recreation Men's Flag payd irt. team pushed Its overall roford to
E baD League. They did it by the score After'a scoreless third quarter, KTSonny' 8-3 with a 19-14 win over F.C. in iiy
of S2-6 In the championship game finally dented the Scoreboardwith Jacksonville Sunday, Dec. 18. ,
Thursday night, Dec. 20, at the Bradford i six yard deflected scoring pass The hosts took an early 6-0 lead as s'n t
High football field. from Randall McGee to Gene Melvin ; Mac' led,throughout f, the;game 26-0. as to culminate a 69 yard drive that took first play and took It lA for a : r I .
theY built an Insurmountable up most of the third quarter. score. The Sharks tied !the count as ______ ___ ". .
lead to win going away. with a
halftime set Mac's closed out the scoring Franklin Bell scored on a wishbone 1 _, ..
A Chris Chandler 61 yard Jaunt Chandler with 20 Halle the : ('I
by from Gregory ,
which' seven yard run option pitch :
the first score of the game, the contest, to make 53 ;.;.
up to seconds left in play covering yards. i ;
was a five yard pass from Chandler the score 3241n favor of Mac's. A 29 yard TD pass put FJC up 14-6 H, t. : :; ':
Mike Chandler In the first quarter.Dom- Both teams had finished 9-1 In but the Sharks pulled to within 14-128t ; ?: :
Next Chandler hit Anthony the regular( season play,with Mac's winn- halftime as Jeremiah Johnson tossed .
mon with a 49 yard bomb line to move, where ing a 19-7 early season battle/and KT- an 18 yard scoring pass to Dwight r
ball to the two yard Barber with 48 seconds left, !
II The Starke team shut FJC out in the .
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second half,stopping them at the five, : :
11, and 13 yard lines as Darryl Italic t. .
: came up with! an interception and AMA ai ,
Ii Donnie Burch and Johnny Nichols y----
contributed fourth and goal stops.
( Bell intercepted an FJC pass to set I
iP up the game winning score! The Starke Rec. Youth Basketball !
Sharks drove the ball for nearly three :
INC. minutes before Johnson bootleggedoff
THOMAS METALS, the left side from 23 yards out. 13-16 League mics, Wednesday, Dec. 12, behind a 9-12 : :; ?
balanced scoring attack led by The Lakers ,:'!'&
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The 76'ers beat the Super Sonics Lafayette Chandler's IS points, Lear main unbeaten : :3t&.
For Driveways And Drainage Ooops, We GoofedOn Wednsday Dec. 12, to remain Us Jefferson's 14 markers, and ChubJohnson' pack in Jr. Boys **:! I
Metal Culvert Pipes Bowling StoryWhen unbeaten and on top of the league 12 points: 13. t .
1 And Elbows Gerald Goodman led alt scorers The
End Sections standings. teams j Jfie
Specializing In Mitered we told of the Starke bowling' This was the last action for the boys with 32 points for the Super Sonics.Jffnt Christmas : to
pair, Sherrl Ramsey and Debra before !the Christmas Holidays, as tolii. ...ii It. Ckwi. .... II.Tpm 4.Mfenm. play January 3. : :
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Bay Direct From Manufacturer And Save Gilp n' who placed eighth In the they take off and don't play again un gupuf Mtlfiu. .I..1.tawtll..I.TMMI,ft.Qsisjilnisjntt. Jazz 4ff- Celtics :" :
Miller's Florida Bowling Tournamentin ill Wednesday, January 2. .,_4. The Jazz : &
last month we meant to say
Tampa
FREE DELIVERY fall not 1,224, 76'ers 47 Super Sonics 45 first loss of ;t
their total pin was 1,424
496-2013 76'ers defeated the' Super Blazers Bellamy scored : all l
of 1,490. The White Shadows 42 -Trail 40 !: :
a winning score ."
Lake Butler, Fla. against scorers. :
Donnie Banks scored 14 points and Daren
'Mike Tisdale added 10 points as the scored all of ; with
White Shadows defeated the Trail Chandler :
? Blazers Wednesday, Dec. 12. C.IM M CK..i,4l.,ll.
"' Mark Pierce led all scorers with. 16 mn Dlv<4, leU ...r 4.
points in a losing cause Nets 39\-
Trail BI........ B.nk 14. Basel)I, 1141.\ I*. John David ;-16\
Cirtwl. points as the
White Shadow' HamplMi. I..Uarra/Akrldg.S. Thursday, Dec. : *
I'' IJANUARYI OPEN McDumt 4.Plnrct II! ,Clark,TywHi t. Shaun > h fc:>

N Lakers 49. Hawks 37 points. : =r":
I YEAFI'S Simon Mitchell and Levi! Simmons N."I Tyson ) : ,6
t + Chandler S, Jack" : :'::
DAY 128SAVINGS combined for 33 points to lead the ullvtii Goln. ,,'
T Lakers over the Hawks Wednesday, 2, S. Jackson 13.' :;
Dec. 12. Isaac Simmons added 10 for i
the winners. 6-8 .1
4 Charlie Pelham scored 20 points for .
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Iaa the Hawks in a losing cause. The Maroon in
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