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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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With the actual number of students hired for programs which have not school has no place to put additional 'Jf'"

lagging 10S behind last summer's yet been developed, Supt. Casey told teachers until two portable ,,'..
estimate reported to the State Depart- the school board. classrooms are finished. .
ment of Education (SUE) the Brad- The state pays the Bradford school Starke Elementary on the other .
ford school system could lose$344,000 district approximately $1,050 per stu- hand Is down some. .
budgeted for:the 80-81 school year. dent per school ear. But courses are Nobody knows ii.e reason for the 4 ter
also 'weighted because some subjects drop in students, or why there Is '.
It'sa problem to bn worked cost more per pupil to teach. The growth in one place and a drop in st r ,, ,1kR
through but not an emergency..yet, special course for which Supt. Casey another Casey Mid. 'r '
says Supt. Tom Casey. Principals hopes! to have more students Identified Being off on the FTE count makes R4+
must work hard to get more students pay as much as four or five for difficult budget planning board wtE ,
Identified for special programs suchas times the single' FTE .(fulltime members pointed out to Casey."I .
vocational education, special equivalency) of 1050.' don't understand how the boardcan
education and alternate programs, Casey told the school board at its have anything to do with a budget
for which the state pays the system Nov. 17 meeting he plans to fully when a projection of 14 students
more to make up the difference In develop'' a program for "gifted' comes to nothing"said Chairman Arthur ..
time for the next student count In students those tested to have IQ's of Gaskins referring to the cancelled -
February says Supt. Casey. 130 or higher. A speech therapy alternative program at Lawtey
State funding will be reduced in the teacher has been located and some Elemetary."It .
December check from SDE Supt. more students will be placed into that. makes it hard," said board',
Casey says. It will pick back up in program he said. member J.T. Parrish. _
March If the FTE improves in the. More students can be placed in It's a 2.6 percent error but It'* stilla
February count.' vocational education and special lot of FTE" Supt, Casey said.
FTE has been'a'. guessing game education both of which pay mote "We need a more concise
since the method of paying,school per student than the $1,050 for a high understanding of what we're going to
boards was initiated in' the'early school math class for Instance. do" Supt. Casey said. .
1970'.$.., Bradford has been over and Alternate programs are carrying "It looks to me like we'd better-
under. At one point the district had to fewer students this year because an change Monday night football to Mon-
repay $300,000 because it SDE team termed them punitive in day night work sessions". suggested
overestimated .FTE!:, 'In 1972 the nature. Bradford High Principal Jim board member Parrish.Lawtey .
district lost monday, but the next Duncan greatly curtailed his alter-
year earned more than It thought it nate program after the SDE team's s 4i
would and gained money. criticism, and Lawtey Elementary Vote
The current OJ. itustIotttll, helped Principal Charles Hall cancelled his -.

-because. -v.some.;.... teachers- .have... not .beenTlie > _"dent alternative In an alternative program, entirely program, A!Barns-stu.:- ....UH. .."... ...' S <_ "' '""' ., ;.. ." -

twice the $1. 50. Set
Tuesday
It takes time to test and get test ,
: GIaiiin Crier!: results back to identify students for 'I

special programs however, the
'' auperindentstressed.! 410
Both vo-tech supervisors. Ted Eligible

.. ... {trJi -:..- Oglesby and Millard Brown feel that
e' school center will earn the FTE fundsit 410 voters are eligible to go to the .a1
3rart' requested last summer but the polls In Lawtey to elect one memberof i .
: fr./I. directors don't expect to I be; hiringnew the city council from a 3-person

'-. teachers. field of a white man, a black man, anda
) .r--- Last year the vo-tech center earned white woman In the Tuesday Dec. Queen Becky and her court...
$61,000 more In FTE funds than it requested
::>tj and got paid for it. Casey 2,Group election..4 Councilman Wayne Massey at BUS the homecoming homecoming football queen Becky Cooper as night.she appeared Court Melissa: :Mayo Chris Hamilton, Beth Stumer und
game Friday Tummy Baldree.
J said that $61 000 was not included in has drawn opposition from Mrs. Judy
the 80-81 budget and can be used to Miscally and Emmett Bright Jr. Even the homecoming parade und a front row seul
.= make of the couldn't keep the attention of' these youngsters, but just
up part shortage.The Black and white voters are split about Above Queen Becky and her court ride In the ho"econ."alt, a It'w'lOars.
OCtober. FTE count showed half and half in Lawtey and the guessis ing parade on the Senior Clumi' winning float The Queen's
:More
homecoming photos nil Page 11.\. ,
3,862 students in grades. K-12 In the that Councilman Massey and Mrs.
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER it
system. 105 fewer than the 3,962 Miscally will split the white vote and
= BAKE SALE students counted last term. that Bright a well-known black
=: :00 a.m.-4iOO p.m. One family with. three retarded might go in. Becky Cooper is Homecoming Queen .;
-=Jn front of Eckvrd't Drugs children moved to Jacksonville thus "It all depends on who goes to the
United Pentecostal Church the number In that "
cutting special polls Tuesday, says one veteran city -
Ladles'Auxiliary from seven to four. Casey
program official.
. pointed out the family moved to Massey served a two-year term Beautiful Becky Cooper was overjoyed and escort got 'sophomores were third. bullied with the Pirates over
COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING Jacksonville last year and moved some 10 years ago and about five an ecstatic hug Thursday night Nov. 20 when it was an- treasure and won it all. The freshmen did a take-off on
SERVICE7:30P.M.Strvtc back here in January an event the years ago served out the term of John nounced over the loud speaker at Tornado Whirl that she "Fantasy Island." .
: superintendent wouldn't be surprisedto Robertson who resigned to move to is the 1980 Bradford High homecoming queen.It "After today I don't want anyone mentioning Tornado
1st Un. Methodist Church see again this term. Jacksonville. Massey has since been didn't rain on the parade in 19HO. Every facet was a Whirl to me until: next fall" Assistant Principal Charles
.. . Southslde Elementary School has elected one In a close race and two shining success from last Thursday night's Tornado Thomas said Monday as the homecoming fever wound
..POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOC., more students than anticipated. The years ago without opposition.Mrs. Whirl to the homecoming parade Friday afternoon. Even down at BHS. "You can ask me all the questions you want .
UCI ChapterOrganizational Miscally the wife of Russell the struggling Tornado football team aided by a timely today. but after today don't mention Tornado Whirl to :
-_ Meeting MlscaUy, a Jacksonville fireman and pass Interception In the flat which Marcus Crews ran for a me: Thomas told a Telegraph/ reporter: ::.
rr Western Sleer Sleek House sweeping She rare touchdown by a linebacker and aided by Kevin Red- Thomas said the 1980 homecoming celebration was one =:.
= 7:00: p.m.THURSDAY employed company at the operator.Bradford County was dish's sack of the quarterback on Fernandina's game- of the best. It went off without any major problems.

Holiday Telegraph for four years until resign- tying two-point conversion. won the griddiron: battle. BUS is continuing to involve the community in the
4 FRIDAY ing several months 14-12. homecoming celebration with entries in the homecoming
!(.QyEM6ER27d20BC ._ Bright Is a contractor ago. In Lawtey. The Senior Class ran off with all the honors, with the parade and with parents helping erect flouts: .. ..
COURTHOUSEWill ScheduleBradford Massey Is retired on disability from winning float and winning class skit. They won$25 for hav- Students and parents worked hard and late into the .; ..
v be closed the Florida Forestry Service. ing the top float. The Junior Class float was second and the night last !Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, then put the
Group 2 Councilman Sophomore Class flat was third. The Freshman Class just finishing touches on the floats after the Tornado Whirl last
Holidays H.E. ( )
EThanksgiving County Courthouse Priest a retired Lawtey service Shorty sta- learning about the float decorating business, worked hard Thursday night to have the floats ready for Friday's ;
employees and Bradford County and had attractive float. '
=2 SUNDAY..NOVEMBER. 30. tion operator received an parade. :: '
no opposition.
School Board office at the Priest has served the The skit was a spoof on Dallas with.Joey Herres as J.R.. The award-winning BitS marching band played at the '.-
on
BELLRINGERS Administration Building in Starke Lawtey council Duncan. led the und
since last > Tornado Whirl homecoming parade. played.
Lake City Comm. College will be closed Friday. Nov. 28. to former June when he replaced The Junior Class won second place in the skit competition !-' and performed at the homecoming football game.
Cancer" :00 p.m. allow the employees families to havea Culley who mayor-commissioner Ben Mc- by running the Pirates out of town in a football spoof. BHS majorettes did a fire baton twirling both nights.
lit Un. Methodist!" Church four-day Thanksgiving holiday resigned to accept a posi-
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weekend.:'. Lawtey Correctional Institu-
: MONDAY DECEMBER ..I Both offices will reopen on a normal tion.
: BHSALLSPORTS schedule Monday, Dec. 1.
Meeting7:30. The Starke City Hall will be open Inside. Raises Don't Jibe Council Balks ; -
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BHS Field House for a normal work day Friday Nov. -
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28, but will be closed Thursday. Nov.
.. .. BRADFORD COUNTY 27, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Two Sections ':. :. :.
:... COAAMISSONERSMeetingf SECTION At
The Starke-Bradford
... ..... :30 A.M. of Commerce office County'Chamber In News... .... ?. Pages 1A.2AA14A City Clerk Instructed to Refigure
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.. Starke will be closed Friday, Nov. 28, School Lunch Menus.. .. Page 2A
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LAWTEY COUNCIL and will reopen Monday, Dec 1, at 9 Correspondence Page 8A, Aai3A -
:.... Meeting-7:30 P.M. Editorial, .. .. ... ... Page 4A .Three' members of Starke's city and would need another $862 to equalthe ty raise which amounts to $I per
a.m.Food Fair. Plggly Wiggly and ,Turkology Results.. .Page I1A commission balked Monday night total in the budget. week per year, up to a maximum of 20
._: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2 Winn-Dixie Super Markets in Starke Socl..,. . .. . Pages 5A44A Nov. 24, at accepting some salary .
"" STARKE COUNCIL will be closed Thursday, Nov. 27. to Sports. .. . ..-. Pages 10A-1JA raises presented by Clerk Merrill Edwards The commissioners also refused to years.Crosby said there were also
:.:: '. Meeting r It 30 p.m. allow empoloyees to be with their Legal < Real E.'.. .Page 13A which they said did not jibe accept himself: Edwards'and his five new office salary employees scale for discrepancies In salary for some posi-
families on Thanksgiving Day. These SECTION Bi with amounts budgeted for certain tions in the Fire Department, and -:
'. "THURSDAYiPECEMBEB- .. 4 stores will reopen on their regular Obituaries, '.. . . Page IB positions. which included Edwards pay raises but requestedlast following the meeting one commissioner -
by never ac-
:: : CHAMBER OP COMMERCE schedule Friday Nov. 28.Outside. News Briefs.. Pag.l 3BB&IB Edwards said making changes now year the old estimated that two-fifths of the
CI..Uled. . . 87B would throw the 1980-81 tually approved by or new
'' Board Meeting ,Page budget council. Edwards said the old council city's 78 jobs with salary changes will
: : :: : -Garden Restaurant adopted NOV.,18 into a tailspin. promised "to do something about it" have to be recomputed.only positions .

when he asked for the raises last exempted from the nine percent
... "Not
a salary in the budget Is going
and that member of the old raises were several. male .laborers ,,353
gll < bn' to fit.now,." the irritated clerk year, one
pro- council' told him it would be all rightto who received higher percentage In "" ;
/:!: -7 Bradford County received an average of one Inch of rain during the past Tested. order to bring all employees in this
Realtor include the$7 week for himself :
week November's total to date to Commissioners Charles per
bringing two inches, with four days left Schaefer
minimum
classification to
: ((904)) 782.3931 and $11.20 for each of his office up a wage .
to go. Forecast for Thursday through Sunday is for continued cloudiness Jimmy V. Crosby, and Robert Milner of $160 week. .
::-r .HOMES LOTS ACMAOI 1 with scattered showers. Jr., the only. three attending the employees to being them up to par per '
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: AUTHORIZED DEALER Recent showers have enabled strawberry growers to slack off on irrigation special.session remained adamant with raises given the Gas Departmentoffice In a direct statement to Tin -:-.:-.
and reported looking fine in however, insisting that Edwards' staff last year. Telegraph during the sometimes
plants are spite of the dry fall. One .
.. .
:. ; "V/tlderness' grower Leon Starling, pumped his four-Inch well dry, however. before salary figures must conform with the Crosby said there was nothing in heated discussion Edwards said the
the rains started. "It shut off one day just like someone had turned a budget totals.Crosby 'the minutes to show that the raises only purpose of the upstlr was "to ;"J;;::: _
:.::: Log-Homes valve" Starling said. maintained that 'some were ever authorized by the old coun- take away the $7 and$11.20 raise from
The 50-year average rainfall for the months September, October and departments ..': .Hwy 301 N. P.O. Box 1286 November is around 10 Inches but this year. the three fall months have the scale for Sewer Departmentplant this year Edwards included these Crosby replied."We have not taken
: Lawl.". Fl.\ 32038 brought less than four Inches combined: operators was underbudgeted raises plus the V percent and longevi- ilea Raises.... Page ZA)





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2" TELEGRAPH November 27.1980


Bradford County Hodges- Heads' BC Board'



t As expected E.W. Hodges was
elected chairman of the Bradford
county commission In' a brief.
Gets Resident JudgeCircuit reorganizational session Nov: 18. _
The commission reorganized early
this year because both chairman
Dave Shuford and vice-chairman
Judge R.A. Jr. has drawn Bradford and Baker Judge Yawn told the Telegraph/ that day. It left the county without

Counties as his assignment for the case-load forecasts call for 1,945 anybody to sign pay checks, a fact
first six months of 1981 and will be cases in Bradford and Baker Counties which Clerk Gib Brown referred to

based In the Bradford County cour during fiscal 81-82. humorously but which nonetheless,
thouse. ,"There Is a definite nc.d fur a exists. All county checks must be
It will be the first time since Judge fulltime judge in Bradford and Baker i signed by the commission chairmanor
George L. Patten died in March 1974 Counties" Judge Yawn maintains. iNew v his designated party.
that Bradford County will draw a resi- Other juduclal appointments in the
dent circuit judge. Since 1974 circuit Eighth Circuit for first half of 1981 Hodges replaced Shuford as chair
judges have traveled from are: man on a motion by board member
Gainesville to Starke on an "as need Judge Wayne Carlisle currently Maxie Carter, seconded by board
ed" basis, and the county judge has assigned to Baker County has been member E.L. (Newt) Norman and r
been assigned circuit court functionsas assigned to Union County In addil ion, approved unanimously by voice.
needed.A Judge Carlisle has been assigned as Norman was elected vicechairmanof
Bradford native. Judge Green is judge of probate, incompetency, a motion by Carter.

moving his family to his home town of guardianship and Trust Departmentof Commissioners... The board will reorganize again in
the Circuit Court of Alachua Coun-
Walnut
Starke to a Street family New county commissioners Homer Hart left and Lawrence Mosley during six weeks, at the first meeting in
home owned for years by Judge Is its E.W. Hodges...was elected
ty.Judge swearing-in Tuesday night by County Attorney Dudley lardy January as custom.In .
Chance Is
Green makes secretof Chester B. assigned
Green. Judge no Hart beat out four opponents and won the District S post by 24 votes over the meantime Chairman Hodges chairman of the Bradford County
his hope that the Bradford courthouse as presiding judge. Division 2, Wilbur Waters. MOIII..y defeated veteran commissioner Dave Shuford. said he will let all committees standas Communion at a Tuesday night
will become Criminal of the Circuit
assignment per Department
they are. The one exception Is that reorganization replacing Dave
manent. Court of Alachua County and to other
Hodges turned the Road Departmentover Shuford.
Judge Green has served in Brad- matters of general jurisdiction in to Commissioner Carter as of
ford County since Jan. 1, 1980 work Alachua County.
Wednesday Hodges
morning, a move
ing from Gainesville. His new assign Judge John J. Crews is assigned as said he made to be able to help out all The new commissioners were urgedby
ment runs from Jan. 1, 1981 to June presiding judge of Division 1. Feasibility StudySet the committees when needed. all the board members to attend
30, 1981. Criminal Department. Circuit Court be the
The brief 7:30: meeting Tues- the orientation to sponsored by
Based in Bradford Judge Green of Alachua County, and to other mat day was attended p.m.by a few county of- Florida Association of County Com
will both Bradford and Baker ters of general jurisdiction in Alachua
serve ficials and families of the two new missioners in Tallahassee early in
Counties. The new assignment was In- County. 1981.
commissioners
cluded in reassignments made by Judge( Benjamin M.Tench currently by BCH Board
Chief Judge Theron A. Yawn who assigned to Union County will be
served for 20 years as county judge In assigned Jan. 1, 1981 as judge of the
Bradford County before being electeda Circuit Court of Gilchrist and Levy

circuit judge and moving to Counties and to other matters of On New 12 at BMSTwelve
Gainesville. general jurisdiction in Alachua County HospitalA Straight-A's

It Is a practice of the Eighth .
Judicial Circuit based in Gainesvilleto Judge Osee R. Fagan is assigned as
enrolled at the first six weeks
of 720 students
reassign judges every six months. administrative judge of the Civil new hospital for Bradford Drewa told the Telegraph that the Bradford Middle School earnedstraightA's grading periodare
Judge Green will move into the of- Department of the Circuit Court of moved a step closer when the Bradford new facility Is two to three years for the first six-weeks :
fice formerly occupied by Judge Pat Alachua and to other matters of County Hospital Board of down the road.
ten in the northeast corner of the se- general jurisdiction in Alachua Coun- Trustees voted unanimously to hire a Drewa explained to the board that grading period. Seventh Graders: Kelliene
the A-B Jo
There were 60 students on Baldwin, Amy Carter Edward
cond floor, the judicial territory laid Memphis Tennessee consulting firmat Toland's firm has worked for
out by Judge Yawn. The desk Judge ty.Chief Judge Yawn is slated as ad- a cost of $45,000 to prepare a Methodist for many years and designed Honor Roll. Seven received Scholastic Chen Tammy Dempsey, Bonnie
Green will probably still use is a ministrative judge of the Juvenile feasibility study with the cost of the the twin office buildings that were Achievement honors. Geigher Allen Gonzales Joseph Grif-
The hard A students In- fis Erica Gruen James
grand antique desk redone from the Department of the Circuit Court of new facility placed at between 10 to 12 opened earlier this year at Methodist working Holtzendorf, Hayes, Lynn
old courthouse by inmates at the Alachua County and to matters of million dollars. Hospital in Jacksonville.He clude: Karen Martin Theresa
Florida State Prison for Judge Pat general jurisdiction in Alachua Coun- Marcus Drewa president of explained that similar proposalswere McCollum Donna Parado Stacey
Seventh graders: Reddish Geroge Ricks, Thomas Watson -
Methodist Hospital Foundation, Inc., being made to the hospitals in
ten.Judge ty.Bradford Monica Maslowski daughter of Wilson Cynthia Winkler.
Jimmy
Green will bring along his County Judge Elzie S. the management firm that operatesthe Green Cove Springs and Macclenny to ,
Mr.& Mrs. Robert Conner.
secretary from Gainesville. Green's Sanders, Union County Judge A.L. local facility for the trustees ex- build new facilities.
secretary will occupy the office now Drigge.s, and Gilchrist County Judge plained that in order for a new Drewa explained that the costs Marsena Brantley daughter of Mr. Eighth: graders! Raymond
occuppied by Sharon Coston, Miller Lang are appointed acting circuit hospital to be obtained that the study would amount to about $150,000 per & Mrs. Gerald Brantley. Abraham Kay Allen, Pamela Austin
Sharon Martin daughter of Mr.& Baez Brenda Bawek Janet
secretary to County Judge Elzie court judges until further order of must be prepared and a certificate of bed in a new facility that would be Tracy
Sanders who has been handling the the Court for purposes of) entertaining need must be obtained before the new sought. Mrs. Ralph Martin. Brooks Melissa Burnsed Regina
calendar for Circuit Court action hereas juvenile cases, Baker and Myers Act facility could be built. Drewa explained plans would be Rita Richardson, daughter of. Mr.& Cannavo Phillip Crews, Tracy Davis
well as being secretary to the county cases, and family support and enforcement The feasibility study will Include a worked around having doctor's of- Mrs. Allen Richardson. Jennifer Deuel, Donna Dorminey,
Richard O'Steen son of Mr& Mrs. Pam Ellis Craig Falstreaux John
judge. proceedings arising under home fices the
new hospital a new nursing and adjacent to hospital. "One
County Judge Elzie Sanders will re- Chapter 409.2564, Florida Statutes will include plans for a doctor's com feeds on the other" Drewa says. Gary O'een.Eight David Francis, Cheryl Foster Lisa
main in his present office adjacent to 1979. plex. "Entire community would benefit Green, Janet Grlffis Marie Innocent
the present office of Mrs. Coston and Current Gilchrist County Judge Joe On a motion by vice-chairman Cur from it," Drewa says. Graders: Karen Kimutis, Catherine Lancaster
just to the south. It was originally In- DeMember, a former resident of tis Sanders seconded by Joseph Drewa commented that one thing Helena Chen daughter of Mr. & James. Muse James Norman Tonia
tended for an office for a visiting cir Starke did not seek a new term. Stephenson the board unanimouslyvoted the future needs for the rescue ser- Mrs. Chu Jen Chen. Parks Becky Parrish. Elizabeth
cuit judge. Judge DeMember is moving to New to accept the recommendationof vice be funded by Bradford County. Kim Cogdill daughter of Mr. & Diana Phillips, Stephanie Redding
Mrs. Coston Judge Sanders' York. DeMember will be replaced by Drewa to hire Drexel Toland and Currently the Bradford County Com- Mrs. Lee Cogdill. Tanja Rigba.Jody Rising Amy
secretary will move south to the Judge Lang on Jan. 13, 1981 when new Associates. Inc. at a cost of $45,000 to mission gives the hospital $119,000 to Rosaland Lennon daughter of Roark Rhonda Sapp Dawn Scott
other side of Judge Sanders' office to four-year terms start for elected of- prepare the feasibility study. Toland operate the rescue service for the Rev.& Mrs. Levy Lennon. Sabrina Snell Judy Strickland.Calvin
what is presently a county court hear ficials in the state. and his assistant Curt Terry appearedat county. Susan Navalany daughter of Mr.& THomas, Wendy Thomas Donald

the dinner meeting with Drewa. "The rescue service is like the fire Mrs. Michael Navalany.Sue Thornton Lenore Welty Lee White.

Prior to the board meeting Toland M epartmemV. *olice,.,and private pa-*. Robert Smith Smith., daughter,....--of Mr.&Mrs.-' ...Diane Wood.. Melanie Wood...' -,
and Terry met with the hospital / ltient shouldn't have to pay tab for, Stephanie Redding daughter ofMr. Students
"" receiving certificates for
medical Staff Drewa AdministratorDave rescue service, Drewa
says.
.& Mrs. Lonnie Redding.
Libby and board member Toland estimated that he would outstanding scholastic achievement
Melanie Wood, daughter of Mr.& include
Sanders. have to report back to the trustees seven graders: Kyle Harrison -
Mrs. Leslie Wood Jr.AB .
Sanders stated to the board all doc within 90 days on plans for the new Cynthia Mosely. Eight graderswere
tors would like to see the new facilityand hospital, new nursing home and doctor's ; Daniel Duffy Valarie Jenkins
Honor Roll Sheila
the of office Patel, Catrell Overstreet
support potential a new complex.The
Students who earned A's and B's for Willie
nursing home and are anxious to study will also include plans for Wright.
move along to the new facility financing the project.




17 Entries So Far for



Dec. 6 Christmas ParadeThen

ViTat.
17 entries have indicated they will it will make ar left turn for one .; tpvt
be in the annual Christmas Parade block to Madison Street where it will +e.

next Saturday Dec. 6 at 10 a.m., according .turn left and head east until it gets to
to Bill Wilson executive vice- US-301. The parade will turn right and
president of the Starke Bradford head south until it terminates back at t

County Chamber of Commerce, sponsors the Bradford Square Shopping
of the annual parade. Center.

Jim Lawson Rodney Hall..".... smarts III Those entered In the gala paradethis Anyone wishing to place a float in
Heads School Board November 1x. for a fifth term on the year include: TG&Y Suzuki the parade contact Wilson at the
Shriners from Starke and in downtown Starke.
Bradford school board the only Keystone 'Chamber office
J.R. (Jim) Lawson in the new chair. change on the board. Hall replaces Heights American Legion Bradford
man of the Bradford school board Vernon Parmenter. High School Marching Band Soulette
liucc'dingrthur Gaskins. J.T. ParHall begins his Ilitli year after sitting Dancing Group Airpark Baptist
rih Is the new vice-chairman. out one term. Church, Bradford Riding Club Beta
The reorganization took place in a Sigma Phi, Bradford High School Art Tobacco Barn

tery brief meeting November 1M. Class Wendy's. Starke Fire Department To Be Auctioned Off
Cub Scout Troop 673, and Boy
Scout Troop 673. A public auction Is set at 10 a.m. rte K tth
Santa Claus will visit Starke to kick [,,Tuesday, Dec. 2, to auction off a :
off the Christmas shopping season I[tobacco barn repossessed by the
Stop and Look Session locally and to throw candy to the kids :iBradford County office of the
during the parade. [U.S.Agriculture Stabilization and -..' "'r-.1
Wilson stated the parade will start (Conservation Service (ASCS).

forming at 9:30: a.m. at the Bradford The sale will take place at the site in M.It'r ,.,,,.
Square Shopping Center in Starke. the Brooker section one mile south of .y.

Seen by Frank WilliamsState Route of the parade will take it ,the Russell Green Farm on a graded
north on US-301 to Madison Street road known as the Six-Mile Cutoff
(SR-IOO). It will turn east to Thompson Road.
Street, north on Thompson to Call Everybody is invited to bid.
Rep. Frank Williams, tions bill which keeps the slate in Street where the parade will head ASCS reserves the right to reject all
D-Crystal Lake told the Telegraph in operation. west until it Rets to Orange Street. bids says Supervisor Warren Carver.
a telephone interview Tuesday, Nov Williams lists the biggest( issue to '
25, that the 1981 Legislative session confront the 19H1 Legislature! is the
will do very little. education funding lie insure that will
He explained that new Speaker of be one of the biggest bills to come of School Lunch Menus
the House Ralph Haben DPalmettohas the next session. IJ
set a limit on each member of the Williams sees the apparent 1
housp to eight bills that they can In- slowdown in the process of bills) in the Southside Starke. Law ley, rolls, key lime pie and milk. ;f

troduce during the session. following manner: "the thoughts of Hampton, Brooker Elemen- Tuesday, Dec. 2: Chopped steak '
"It will give us a chance to stop and that delights me'" Williams says. tary and Bradford Middle w/gravyt mashed potatoes mixed
take a look at what we have been doing He has for a long time fell that too Schools: vegetables jello w/whipped topping : l. .
cheese biscuits and milk.
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over the years Williams says. many bills were being introduced dur- I
:\/111111.1)/ | Dec. I Beans & Dec. 3 t 'T' 3fl
Since he was appointed as vice- ing the annual (ill-day legislative ses- : weiners Wednesday : Spaghetti
chairman of the Finance and Tax sions. steamed cabbage carrot stix w/meat sauce French: bread. of Class.
Top ..
Committee Williams explained that yellow cake w/fruit topping corn- Italian salad apple. crisp and
each committee will use an oversight bread, and milk.Tuesday milk B.MS: Straight-.Vs are (U-rl.) Kneeling: Sue Smith Holland Lennon.
function over the areas that they Dec. 2: Hamburger gravy, Thursday. Dec. 4: Fried chicken rice Second row: Sheila Patel Kim CnKilell, Sharon :.Martin. :.Mariemia Brantley.
represent. Raises... ''From. Page |1.\) mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, & gravy, green beans biscuits, Third row:' Helena ('h..n.Irlanie: Wood. Stephanie Ht'.lnll.fonlca'. :

Wiliams stated his committee will anything away from anybody but we peaches hot rolls and milk. apricots cookie! and milk. :Maslowski. Top back row:. Richard O'Sleen Susan :Navalany.
Wednesday Dec. 3: Chicken Friday. Dec. J: Sloppy joe on bun.
look into the Department of Revenue, must adjust the salaries to comply &
looking at the statutes and how they with our intention to give everyone a noodles green peas, fruit cup, 'I. cabbage slaw buttered corn ap-
relate to where Improvements can be nine percent raise plus longevity." peanut butler & jelly sandwich, plesauce, butterscotch squares Un. Pentecostal Church IMI SHAOFOKD
and milk.Thursd..y ; and milk.
made to tax laws. City Attorney George Pierce told COUNTY TIIIGAPH
Each specific standing committee the commissioner the salary changes Dec 4: Chili w/beans, 201 N.. Waters St.. Published every Thursday.
and there will be 23 this year. accor- when computed could be as crackers tossed salad pineapple I I AL-A-CARTE Pastor: Kev. O.L. Wells .t 13.W. Call street .
ding to Williams will perform oversight administrative corrections" and tidbits cinnamon swirl bread, and Monday. Dec.; It Hamburgers pizza 964-7120 Stork.; Florida 1101 '1:
duties in the areas they are affiliated would not need a formal motion. milk. French fries milkshakes.
with. Schaefer said after the meeting that Friday Dec. 3: Fish portions, French Tuesday., Dec. 2: Cheeseburgers Pizza !:- Friday:7:30: -Youth Service: second Clan pottage paid at
These committees, according to Edwards was expected to have the fries green beans applesauce French fries milkshakes. Sunday-lu:00: -Sunday School; 7:30: Stark.. FloridaSubscription ,
Williams. will see if laws on the books new salary correction reading by the cheese rolls, and milk. Wednesday. Dec. 3s Pizza p.m.-Evangelistic Service.Wednesday7:30Bible .

are working and if they are not, steps December 2 regular council meeting. Bradford cheeseburgers, French fries : Study. la'...
will be taken to correct them. Employees are still being paid High School menu onion rlngs.lRilkshakes. OboyAct.l3:3i39Can In trade areas $9.00 per year
As far as he is concerned there is under the old salary schedule but Thursday. Dec.: Hamburgers. Piz-. jou find In he original King'James $5.00 six! martini
only one bill that has to be approvedby raises will be retroactive to October 1 REGULAR l za. French fries, milkshakes. bible where anyone was eterbvaptled
both branches of the Legislatureand after final Dec. 3: Cheeseburgers pizza In the title:"Father Son.
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approval by commission .Monday. Dec. It: Chicken friday. Outside trade areas $10.00 ,
w/rice per year
and Ghost" Hinted in :Mall.
Holy an
that is the important appropria Schaefer said. English peas buttered corn hot onion.. ,rings, French fries .,4.19., 15.50.1.! month.Page .



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Petitions asking Gov. Bob Grahamto
Let's Talk TurkeyEat call a special session of the State
Legislature to consider pay increasesfor I,

correctional personnel employedby "r 4

the Department of Correctionshave
drink (non-alcoholic: By 1985, it is projected, the been prepared and mailed to all
beverages, of course) and be world outside the U.S. will be state prisons for signatures to be .

merry this Thanksgiving. dependent this for presented in Tallahassee. Martha
on country of Concerned
Nettles, president
That's the good news thatis 15 percent of its agricultural Citizens for Correctional Officers, w t

if you can afford a turkey. 1 supplies, compared with only said that 1,848 signatures had already

Now for the bad news: two percent in the early 1950s, been obtained on the petitions. Petitions

When you sit down to the and 11 percent in the late will be available for signing at II I Ii I

Thanksgiving table in 1981, 1970s. The only answer to this the Bradford Square Shopping Center i
on November 26.
the turkey and trimmings demand, if U.S. farmers are

could cost you at least 15 percent to satisfy both domestic and Mrs. Nettles and her husband

more.If foreign food requirements, is Beryl and Mr. and Mrs. Rober
higher prices Otherwise Underhill will be in Tallahassee
this prediction causes you there would not be sufficient December 4-5 to confer with DOC

less enjoyment or even indigestion profit to spur on the new in- administrative staff members anc 5 es.sMw"'d1
at the Thanksgivingfeast vestment needed to moder- various other state officials. 1 ,

we're sorry, but that's nize and expand the vast, but i.
The next of CCCO will be
what it here in a meeting
already strained American
says report held Sunday, Dec.7, at which time all
from a summit meeting of top agricultural machine. persons circulating petitions are ask-
level government and private ed to bring them in for presentationlater. Officers of Concerned Citizens fbr Correctional Officers! are plumed. ..11-:11 'I

planners from the U.S. and But, say'the experts'; Another rally has been set for lug tinnier of organisation dedicated to better pay und working fiiiiillliiins fin. :
several foreign countries, prices will be an inducementto will benefit from the Friday. Dec. 12, in the ]Raiford Com- correctional personnel Florida. prisons. ,
hard-pressed food everyone munity Center at 6:30: p.m. Sealed from left: Susan Bryant, vice 1>I'l'sld"lItIal.thll: : ;Nettles; |ues!. !
meeting in Washington last pro- higher food prices since these dent: Elmira Thornton. historian. i

week. ducers to go on producing and increases are fed back into the At the rally held November 15 at Standing (l-r Denice Barrett. statistical secretary. : 1I..nl.hltl'. I

not become so discouragedthat ag machine to boost its productivity Sheriff Whitehead's farm in Union responding. secretary: Sylvia Underhill treasurer: and Kohliie, Iti.vim corresponding Ii
They all agreed that world they fold up their tractors and its ability to County, around 1200 chicken suppers | secretary. '

food prices are headed up and let us all starve to death. meet world food needs. This is were sold, netting the CCCO $1512.
due to conditions The organization has also received
sharply the control of the message that American $1,100 in donations and the total$2612 sheriff, presented the Police Medal of the annual Christmas Parades in
beyond must believe and Honor to Mrs. Pat Burke, of Orange Starke and Lake Butler.
people ac- will be used for of the
Rapidly increasing food expenses cam-
President-elect in- The fee for in CCCO
membership
Reagan,
Park, whose husband was fatally
before paign in behalf of correctional
cumbent President Carter, prices are inevitable, the sum- cept they can adjust nel, Mrs. Nettles said. She also person- stabbed by a death row inmate at was set at$5 for a single person, or$10
and even ex-Presidents mit savants said, pointing out willingly to higher price tagsin pressed appreciation to Sheriff ex- Florida State Prison. Sgt. Burke will .per family. All persons concerned

Franklin Roosevelt or that such increases were held the super market. Whitehead for the use of his farm for be honored, with other officers killedin about better pay and working conditions -
the line of duty, by the Police Hall for correctional personnel are
to nine in 1980 the rally.At .
Abraham Lincoln, if, by some percent only One speaker at the"Outlook of Fame in Sarasota. eligible to join the organisation if they
miracle, they could come because of the large grain Conference" warned that are registered voters or if they will

back to give us the benefit of stocks built up in previous "real food prices will continueto Grover the, November Putnam 15 rally, Charles Plans were made at a meeting last sign a pledge to become* registered
their experience in office. good years. But with these rise dramatically for the County deputy Sunday for the CCCO to enter floats input within 30 days.

stocks now largely depleted, rest of this century." That's
This may come as a bit of a because of droughts and the
the bad The
shock to some of Mr. increasing worldwide demandof ( it can news.be considered good such newsif ) Deadline Nearing to Apply for 1114 %
Reagan's enthusiastic
more more mouths to feed, is that Americans are still
supporters who seemed con- another round of disappointing -
paying only 16 of their
percent
vinced their man could stem harvests around the disposable income for food, as HFA Loans Home
the tide of inflation (now con- world next year would lead to compared to much higher for Construction
ceded to be the nation'sgreatest
widely fluctuating prices, and percentages (when food is
problem) much as serious food shortages in available) in other of the Local
parts With interest lending institutions -
rates on home participating
mor-
back '
Moses rolled the watersof -
of the world. -
some areas world.So tgages jumping this week to 14-15 per i : -- in the bond pl'O:1'II1II"rt!: .
the Red Sea.
cent under the Federal Reserve's \ plenty of money still availablePloritla !
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with these thoughts we tight money policy the Bradford t ... Bank at Slnrkc subscribed to
Basic cause of the trouble, leave you to enjoy your County Housing Finance Authority's .. .1,250.000( of the issue (;iu.ii\int.\

But in spite of dire predic- reduced to the simplest terms, Thanksgiving turkey. If the, line percent bond money is looking }J... _.L L.,. .......:, "..- Federajntnow( Pot tune r'edwali, 'took
tions, there is a brighter side is the fact that the world is old bird seems thiuJ", better and better to would-be home .- A7:| million lend: Kryitfone State

timist- or,, as Pollyanna that inveterate, would say op-,' ,, is consuming grain faster than it.' ': !yearf:j if:'ijn y .b"lii|' >lrihttnil.->M )
Nobody'has ;
producing grain. jaws are sagging over the pro-I "But prospective borrowers should off purchasing( a condominium
"something to be thankful yet repealed the law of spect of what he will cost in act now and delay no longer in the in hopes! : of getting a
for." At least the higher supply and demand. 1981. face of rising interest rates," advises cheaper loan. Rising construction
George W. Roberts, HFA president. costs would offset any future savingseven
Deadline for receiving loan applications if interest rates came down County Agents

under the bond program is Feb. which is not likely in the foreseeable
6, Roberts says, with no extension of
future the bankers
I Drug Traffic ShiftingWith time in view. say. NotebookBy ..

In the meanwhile,the total income
In a news release issued Monday gross -
.
'1 Florida mortgage bankers said that of a family wishing to qualify .ri IxROEby'
for HFA funds has climbed to$27 .
the center of traffic in State Grand Jury, he said even some: 'ers'twhile:,,: prospective home-buyers should notFORESTRY making more families in;this area,142. j; ,,1 hen

drug smuggling reportedly there was evidence of "respectable" people to par- eligible for loans. Under the'program, i. 1 Nat'1$
"numerous criminal con- --- the total value of a home to be financed '.6 d I IigcDty I
moving from South Florida to ticipate in'" Conspiracies to Toy I oft '
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has risen to fniitsTnib {.
now $58,246 with
max
the Gulf Coast area from spiracies involving large smuggle' :'rtdrugs' :;: .'{.hat' later imum financing available for,upto9S J', ,mw Blip od dv,h...- ..... ,
,
Crystal River to Pensacola, it scale narcotics trafficking" in show up in all,ph\s .()(isocie-; IN percent of this amount. ''f"' > 8912 ,.. -
is gratifying that the State the northern part of the state, ty including schools, even'on IXABfOKP COUNTYBy ,SjllltWIll :/I,' """.' J lll.< lluli
including the Gainesville I'llTOl 'iii, IJ,J IUTJV9' rtJIW
the school level.Writeoffs
Legislature, in special session grade Mortgage bankers
say they don'texpect This is NATIONAL FAmOl
Jacksonville area and exten- t'1.1| J Y I
last week removed legal tech-
,
any great or immediate Im- WEEK-stressin "'Uhit1cudflor close '
nicalities that had preventedthe ding west to Pensacola.One -aVr Mark Fries provement in the nation's economy cooperation bettwenn?mlHWM in Km

State Grand Jury from has only to read almost from President-elect Ronald :tti/eniv.Aetually.ttiWtri/rtiHi1on/ | is
holding hearings in such Reagan's proposed economic pro essential itaiaiWHttwita'iol\ .v
daily reports of "drug busts"in 0 gram. The nation is so hooked on in'' Mi I t,, h luitliiilluu'b'jllfor
investigations.Up the North Central and West Nation psychology that it will take'' 'Our farolers iktikdLs) 6 rifJllIworkel -
k
Florida hun- ''fJj-J L :th)product motel)tlleidttFA;\ )lI1l'nl
to now, drug smuggling areas, involving Landowners who are planning to years to overcome the addiction to
dreds of thousands, or even Vs. 'Collection&it purchase tree seedlings from the customer goods. halt 11.Viiidrt: y of sel''VIces -
in Florida has been a com ever-increasing prices, the bankers City,peoptot ibitui'rKttlouoivl\
paratively low-risk, high- millions of dollars in illegal Florida Division of Forestry for this predict. .the' farmer god tooU u..tblo raw on
& planting had
season better
their
profit operation. There are in- drugs, to realize the extent to orders in quickly. get materials for clothing:lullln hclh'r.
dications that it might even be which this cancer has spread Month after m hthl the City Melon Grower and in many caiesiihdin1MA" ; A lot of
Commission, !fpr 26 of the 33 kinds of trees urbani I >nIlIIINihon
tied in with some of the land into this area of the state. many years, Already emploY) the
offered the of I needs of farmers, roll
has by tow airly
received a monthly list of Department;!
fraud scandals that have in- Whitworth announced that Asks ,
bills Agriculture and Consumer' !Services to Lease Without the Mm.laiAgi.jiimlllitiMtvof i
unpaid
utility
volved some Florida officials Gainesville and surroundingareas averaging agency have been sold out There Is a American AlCrhIUItIll.1t1lhy: people -

and bureaucrats in recent would receive special around $2,500 Per month, supply of slash a nd loblolly pine seedlings .,. City SpraySite would have to give'up thaw' city (I
months. attention in the investigation which are then., 'wrilt off" but officials expect those to be" jobs and return to rural' life" to grow, 4!I
because "Gainesville is the as an accounting. procedure gone soon also. their own food. :More people' would he-
Evidence concerning a drug with little, if-any comment, "We have about? 14 million fcla.sh;, Vatvrmelons may be a, by-product tied to the land and would,I he domed
where sit and
place people pines left including more than even tit the city's future spray irrigation the privilege of selecting a imntarmoccupation.
smuggling ring stretching conspire to bring drugs in." and little, if any, follow-up effort million improved trees which grow system for sewer effluent, if a request :

from Crystal River to the tip Perhaps this is one reason to collect. about 15 percent faster" noted Forest by Jennings Starling of Graham, to As amazing as it may seem our
of the Panhandle, is now being that Gainesville ranks among Management Chief Billy Helm. "But the ,City Council last week American farmer now feeds 75 pen
prepared for the statewide the ten cities of the nationin During the first six monthsof when you consider that we started maUrUtJies.Starling'!!i ;! pie, compared to only 47 ten years
grand jury by state top this year the total monthly with 30 million slash, it becomes ob- ago. And Americans also enjoy one of
attorneys the unenviable' realm of write-offs were: vious that they're going fast." linked (the council if he the biggest food bargains in history
from four North Florida
crime. January . $1998 Almost three million loblolly pines could lease'lPPI'oximalely 200 acres In spite of rising prices, the average:
judicial circuits. According to are still available along with a half of property srtuth of Starke. recently American family spends only a l)1I117(
the investigators the ring has We have only one fault to February . $2315 million South Florida Slash and obtained by the city through condemnation percent of its after lax income on

its roots in the Gainesvillearea find with the Legislature's ac- March . . $2352 800,000 high-gum-yield slash. The only proceedings from Fred groceries. But remember I sUiij/ ,

and fans out into surrounding tion broadening the power of April . . $1406 hardwoods remaining are autumn Mueller for use as a spray Irrigationsite GROCERIES. When figuring your
the State Grand Jury last May . . $3979 olive, cottonwood cuttings, turkey oak in its future sewer system improvement family's food( bill you musUsuhtr.ict
rural
counties, ac- week. Apparently miffed June . . $2450 and catalpa. Only a few thousand of program. non-food items you buy at the supermarket
cording to State Attorney each of the hardwoods are available. like toothpaste hardware
Eugene Whitworth of because Governor Graham, in Six-month total 1- $14,502It "We're ahead of last year's selling City Attorney( George Pierce said magazines and detergent

Gainesville. In the past few his eagerness to attack this pace," Helm said. "It's really important that since the city is the trustee of the If you doubt food( is a bargain compare -
problem, gave them "little is good to see the Councilnow that people reserve their trees property and as long as the melon. the 17 percent you spend for food
North Florida has
years, immediately. We'll be delivering the growing season did not Interfere with with the more than 30 percent puid by
considering a plan to turn
come to rival South Florida in time to consider the bill, so these first shipment of trees to landownersthis progress of developing the sewage effluent the Russians. Other countries pay
the extent of drug trafficking, the power-broadening act was accounts over to a week. Florida's site, he saw no reason why even more.
Whitworth says, adding that approved to apply only to this qualified agency for collec- runs from December trough Starling should not rent the land. Farm-City" Week is a good lime to

almost everybody particular grand jury. tion. Under the proposed plan, February." The request was tabled, however realize and appreciate what we have.
the city will Brochures describing the It Is also a good time to realize the
get 100 percent of procedure until the December 2 council
realizes the whole stretch of meeting
In view of the tidal wave of delinquent bills that are for purchasing seedlings and in order to contact the sewer project inter-dependence between our urban
paidas
coastline from Crystal Riveron drug that has the delivery schedule are available at and rural communities and strive to
smuggling a result of two consulting engineer. Don Ruckman
warning let
up the Panhandle is wide made Florida "the drug ters sent out the Agriculture Buildmg.in the Coun- to find about when construction will improve cooperation and understanding
during a Forester Office. of
thirty- ty our neighbors.
what with all the little start the
open, capital of the world," the day period. If stronger meansof on project.
nooks and crannies where
Legislature should correct its collection have '
to be used -----------
stuff be off-loaded.
can shortsightedness at the for- after that time, the city re-

Smugglers have the best thcoming 1981 session and tains fifty percent of the \.9B1.D \i'"H" f" .

and latest planes, ships, and give the State Grand Jury the amount collected, and the p ,..,.", SINCE 1879 ti 'y

land vehicles to use in carry- power it needs to cope with the other half goes to the collec- : T cryV\ \\\l

ing on their operations, while drug problem on a permanent tion agency. & e'rtrrtp

law enforcement officers are rather than a temporary <
handicapped by inferior basis. But half a loaf is better than & .

I i none, and since very little, if BOB G. FE RGUSON'JOHN' .M. MILLER
.1 equipment in their losing fight
Law enforcement and in- any effort was being made by PublishersPublished
to control the flood of incom-
ing drugs. vestigative bodies need every the city to collect, after the each Thursday and entered 01 second Class Motlr at the Pall Office.l Stark. Ha. under Act of March: 117
weapon they can get in an write-offs, even fifty percent

I When Governor Graham otherwise losing battle will be that much less for tax- Subscription rate in trad.,.ai ft ft Y.or: 15 Six Months

called the special session to against the desire to make a payers and other utility bill Phone 44-M01 Oulllda ',ode. ,.'.01 1 10 For Var.f$.SO tin Months .
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remove restrictions from the "quick buck" that is tempting payers to have to make up.


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he SPccialyt /q21e 'I' f Junior Plan Dec.Woman's: ActivitiesThe Club

Junior Woman's Club will havea

'VII. buffet dinner Monday, Dec. 1, at 7
p.m. at the club house with gift exchange
in lieu of their regular
[ December meeting.

J7L1/. Upcoming events will Include: Sun-
Society Woolfly +r Ct day Dec. 7, from 2 to 4 p,m. aChristmas
tJfTte vl'ew bazaar at the club house
a during the Tour of Homes. On

Wednesday, Dec. 17, a party for
needy children Is in the planning
stage, to be held at the club house.
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St. Edward's ." Be HeldDecember

Christmas Bazaar 7

t .r The Annual Christmas Bazaar The Starke Woman's Club will pre-
sponsored by St. Edward's Catholic '. sent their annual Christmas tea, :
Church Is scheduled for December Sand bazaar and Tour of Homes on Sunday I I
If111e,611Rr M 6. The Bazaar this year will be Dec. 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. Tickets at
placed in front of Stump's Depart .4a $3.00 each may be purchased from
ment Store In the Bradford Square r rr any club member or at the door.
Shopping Center Guests will start at the Woman's
Among items available will be I : 'I" '_ Club for tea and attend the bazaar
Christmas for all In- .... after which will
M Mr gifts age groups they receive a map of
cluding clothing toys and household the Tour.
items. Baked goods will be on sale. ... ,. Homes on display this year will be
Give cash and the home of and Mrs.
away prizes are S100 a Mr. Paul
large hand made doll house. -:1: Faulkner on Raiford Road. and Brad
ford Villas Town House on Bessent
Pariah Council Meeting ,tit Road Starke; the Kingsley Lake Property -
Mrs. Anne Samons. Chairman,' 1a Owner's Civic Center on
presided at the meeting of St. Ed Kingsley Lake. Also on Kingsley
ward's Parish Council held In the Lake, the homes of Eugene Mat
parish hall,.on Nov. 118. thews,Dr. and Mrs. D.W, Whirren and
Reports on Religious Instruction Stewart W. Beckett.
Class activities were given by Donna
Samons CCD Coordinator.Gerrl .
Phillips told of Catholic Youth
Organization plans for December. 1st Un. Methodist Ch

V Muriel Gilhooly' reported on Bingo Special AdventCelebrations
activities.

Carol Ashline, Altar Society Presi- r M ,
dent, reported on plans for the Parish )fit There are several special programs
Christmas Bazaar planned for Dec. 5 this coming week at First United
w and 6.Rev.. Methodist Church to celebrate the
Father Edward Rooney ex- beginning of Advent. Sunday afternoon .
pressed pleasure at the large atten- November 30 there will be a
dance and interest in the welfare of
church covered-dish dinner at 5:30:
the parish expressed by those pre ;) p.m. with a special advent program..
sent. He outlined plans for the futureof At 7:00: p m the second of the
the church. "Faith-ln-the-Arls" series will be

held with a special program by the
Christening Lake City Community College Hdnd-
Randall Erik Scogglns son of Mr. bell Choir. This special group has
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Strube and Mrs. Randall Scoggins of Hampton received special recognition
Lake was baptised Thursday i+t throughout the Southeast for their

Phyllis Stovall and Bruce Strube evening, Nov. 20, In St. Edward's music ability and excellent concerts.
Catholic Church.. The pastor, Rev. Sunday morning there will be a
Father Edward Rooney, officiated. special dedication of the new church
Married Nov. 1 in Keystone HeightsMiss Mr. and Mrs Frances Meng servedas Advent Event... library during the 11:00: a,m. service.
godparents. Among those atten- A of The library now has the completeNew
adults
group 11-r>
Thomas Dwyer Mildred
ding the Baptism was the baby's Dwyer. Josephine llemone.
Hilda Testament on tape for those who
Diane three-tiered wedding cake with white Dudenhorrer. Sandl Sanders, and Elisabeth Bobo,
Phyllis Stovall of grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Meng. in make Advent wreaths are blind or have other reading''han-
Icing decorated with fall colored top photo. St.Nicholas (Thomas Dwyer) hands
Keystone Heights became the bride of a "gold" coin to Eric Sanders
Bruce A. Strube, also of Keystone flowers and topped with a bridal cou- at bottom left, and Lyn Williams, with the help of Father Jack Flynn, describes dicaps. In the past two months the
has
standing beneath a lace his ornament to the audience In bottom library acquired over 60 new
Heights, In a 7 p,m. candlelight wedding and ple wedding bell. canopy B-U Retired Teachers right photo. volumes guided by the able leader
ceremony Saturday, Nov. 1, at
ship of Mrs. Bill Sinclair. ,
the Community Church. The chocolate groom's cake was Hold Memorial Service Parishioners of St.Mark's Episcopal Church attended a pre-Advent craft The United Methodist Men will be
The bride is the daughter of Mr.and topped with an old-fashioned carriageand workshop last Wednesday, Nov. 19, at which both young and old made .
meeting Wednesday evening. Dec. 3
Inscribed "Get me to the churchon
Mrs. Clark S. Stovall Sr. Christmas ornaments.
Members of the Bradford-Union at the Garden Restaurant. Dr.
Bruce Strube is the son of Mr. and time. Retired Teachers Association held a After a covered-dish supper in the Parish House, a service concerning the Richard Odom will be having a slide
Mrs. Jack E. Strube Sr. The bride's book was kept by Rob memorial Jesse Tree the meaning of Advent, and celebrating Advent in the home was of his
service
for presentation recent mission
bie cousin of the bride of secretary trip
Harper, ,
The conducted Father John
by Flynn.
evening ceremony was
per. Jeanette Brown, and area director to Haiti. All reservations for the meal
formed by the Rev. Buddy Friedlin Jacksonville. Grace Adams during the regular A Jesse Tree is named for the Old Testament person named Jesse, father of need to be in the church office no later
before a brass circular candelabra Serving at the punch table were David and consists of a small evergreen branch decorated with special sym-
than
.
monthly Nov. Tuesday Dec. 2 at All
meeting Thursday, 20. noon. men
Janet McDavid and Beth Walls both
flanked by large bouquets of fall 35-members met In the Educational bols which represent all those people throughout history who helped prepare the of the community are invited.All .
flowers consisting of orange'gladioli, of Keystone Heights. the world for the coming of Jesus..There are Bible, references for each symbol. and
'Building of Methodist Church in members. friends,: the
red rovers, champagne daisies and Cuttl' g'-.and serving' cake were Starke. Thflexecutive, hoardneetinguiwas .follow: rig the.service I in the] church sanctuary!eveyone adjourned to the church are to maKe ff" their
,fall follaga nd pafm*."<<,*"'.*1 ,Hazel TrouI J"and! Aida Smith. held at 11:30 am. Lunch wasiJO I1arihpose., to make,dworations. ..The'church school children made the.". appointmenis reminded fdr ple' The
tltre'fh1I1nll'
Mrs. Elizabeth Nail accompanied Assisting were Mrs. Frances served the ('-symbols and'detfdrated tile'Jesse Ttee in the Parish House.:.The adults made .' "will'
by women of the church, photographers ViAi'tf'tridayand
soloist Tom Strube on the organ. Wed- McDavid, Helen Coleman, and Beverly from Advent wreaths to be used in their homes beginning Nov.,30.
to The December
noon 1 then Saturday 'and H.
ding songs were"If"and"Walk Handin Koon. Mrs. Doris Head and Mrs. visited the church pm.bazaar.group The children explained to the group what person the symbol each had made There Is also a special leadership
Hand. Kathy Waldron co-ordinated the stood for and hung the ornament on the tree.
Following lunch a business meetingwas training class Monday December 1
The bride in her and kept refreshmentsavailable There also visit Nicholas, the Saint of Christmas. who
,given marriage by held. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight was a by patron and the United Methodist Women will
mother and father, appeared in a for guests. Hunter of Gainesville were the guest distributed gold coins to children. Nicholas used to distribute gold coins but be meeting Tuesday December 2.
white floor-length wedding gown of ordinator.Janie Page was the wedding co speakers. Hunte spoke briefly on pre- at St.Mark's he gave out chocolates covered with gold wrapping.

organza featuring a high neckline retirement and JoAnn VW
Hunter spokeon
After a wedding trip to' Daytona
trimmed with Chantilly lace and Q ,
t Beach, (the couple is residing at Silver legislative matters.
.seeded pearls. The gown's full, sheer The Christmas brunch will be held
sleeves ended In a cuff banded with Sands Lake in Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams, Mr
Tuesday. Dec. 16 the P.
at Garden R. McLendon was in North
Miss Stovall from returned
graduated Helen Lee to
Mrs. Dowling
matching lace. The full skirt was accented and Mrs. Wayne Drpft and Mrs Jane
Restaurant In Starke.
1 Fl
: by a chapel train. ,Keystone;,Heights High School In 1975 t Florida,' Regional Hospital last Thursday her home in Wilton, Conn. Tuesday of Everett of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
\4 16
Sunday ttnd had Fri-
attached and U presently employed at the surgery last week after several weeks visit
jt Her fingertip veil of illusion was James DeLoach of Pandsofkee and
to a Juliet cap covered. with ,Florida Farm Bureau in Gainesville.The W.T. Weeks, UDC i laY."Iw.an"[ ", Cogdill' of Gainesville with her mother Mrs. E. J. Dowling Mr. and Mrs. Robert Everett of I
jupiiljome'
is also 1975 -bra on Sunday. Mrs. the illness and death of her I
lace, bridegroom a during
matching Chantilly of KHIIS and works for To Meet Dec.: 3 JI|Nell I ,11c net and\ ,son Cliff of Tampa father E. J. Dowling. Baldwin are Thanksgiving day guests
The bride's cascade;?
4 bouquet was a 4'graduate with her of Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Carver.
stayed sister Mrs.
t'' "'of orange roses yellpwudJMe* and Bell Telephone Company in W.T.Weeks chapter, UDC, will hold ,,,1 I MclIeTidoit.'during, his absence.
Gainesville. their Christmas Dutch
"rail'chrysanthemums treat luncheon ,
highlightedwith '.H .:;lood.)rf gilt ml.-
several types of ferns and fall Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 11:45: a.m. at
!/llootf)2! ubi.t
iteaves. "> I' the Holiday Inn. I

,,,(frhe bride's sister.; Peggy Stovall. --. -
", .' served as,maid of honor. and wore a BIRTHS
"rus. colored /dress with .spaghetti
straps and a pleated jacket with, a ruf- .
fled collar that tied at the throat. She, Donald Allen Kuge '
,wore a halo of silk flowers in her hair., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuge of Houston, ) \
I matching the color of her dress. Texas, announce the birth of a son, (IJJbUm! (
Donald Allen, born Oct. 30. .
I'' i ,'She carried a bouquet of fall porn
I pomsi! .land autumn leaves nestled Paternal grandparents are Mr. and '

., ,around a large i candle-lit ,brandy Mrs. Lavon Alvarez. Maternal grand- 1E o .U; :
snifter. .. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald ;
I. Attendants Pam Strube;'Teena Addison Kuge, all. of Orlando. Great grandparents ,

and Joy Carlson, all of Keystone 'are* Mr. and Mrs. Rufus '" $35.00 Perms. ...)(....'H.a$30; OO: ,
1 Alvarez of Starke and Mrs. Violet Reg
Heights,wore Identical gowns such as ,
Ii l gjdln( \.1.: "
' the maid of honor's, and wore mat- Sweat f/jrlando. $30.00 perms...!.J'ht:' :! 2Q',\; S) ','
ching bands of silk flowers In their
hair. They carried smaller versions of Mr.and; Tina Mrs.Marie Everett Padgett M. (\MartyJ'! $28.00 PermsINTRODUCING...-,,.,,; ..a 24$0T ;

the lighted brandy snifters. Padgett, Jr. of Starke, the '"
announce :
of
Flower Lowe
girl was Wendy birth of a daughter, Tina Marie ;
born!!
Melrose, who scattered fall colored ,
Nov. 13 in Alachua General Hospital
flower down the church aisle
petals Maternal grandparents are Mr. ana
the bride. New Colors
preceding Mrs. Paul C. Nugent Sr. Paternal European'
Ring bearer was Thomas NeaSmith
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
of Jack Lake City.E. Strube served as his Everett M. Padgett Sr., all of Starke.: MAJIBlOND : Lightest Light Blooding
Maternal great grandparents Mr: ,
brother's best Ushers Tom are ...
man. were one step No Bleaching ;
and Mrs. Carroll Nugent, Sr. of
Strube, brother of the Clark S.
groom A
Stovall Jr., brother of the bride, and Syracuse, New York, CRESCENDO COLORS: A new cosmetic 0 S

Chris Washer, of Jacksonville.The d ,
wedding reception was held In ingredient that gives sheen 49monagibility

the the ceremony.church fellowship Large bouquets hall following of fall Mrs. Fred Field 6f Tampa and Mr. No color'builc
and and Miss
Mrs. Reggie Flynn
flowers in deep autumn colors accented for' color results I
the reception area. Neva Jayne Flynn of Tallahassee are up even e -

Featured on the bride's table was a Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. every time '
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Page LI TELEGRAPH November t7.ieeePhii Agatha WhiteheadCelebrates
v ". I". 90th
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Birthday Nov. 9

t Mrs. Agath. N. Whitehead of Lake
:
the former Mrs.Sam
Butler
Whitehead of Starke was honored
coveredSunday dish dinner on
a delightful
ting Nov. 9. at the Lake Butler
..
celebrating Her
at 7 Cobyy ,
five of her eight
P Pf There were
children present and approximately

"ing 75 grandchildren grandchildren y friend cr.at-In

attendance.She .
A received many cards and lovelygifts
the commemorating the occasion.

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and ty Beta Sigma Phi

f 7 Has Real Estate

with Program

Harriet Bryan gave a program on
when buying or selling a
Real Estate
f '
Nov. 18.which met at the Bryan home
...... 7. '" 1 1 I Orlando.'I' Agatha N. Whitehead Plans were discussed for participating

-:.;. ..... .'10..'i.:. .. ..." .' .a" know. In the Christmas parade
A Dec. 6Members.
., '''' '''' selling tickets
..w _SI: ar'?tY1c.1.dY+onr' '5' or ,aw viii Mr. Sue Porter of Cornelia Ga., are tree busy and drawing which
for
of a money
Thursday to Saturday guest
after the parade.
Home
Stewart Beckett / and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. will take place
The next meeting will be held Dec.2

Jour of Homes Includes Four Kingsley Lake Stops. and up Mrs.ancestors AI K.in Carlisle Georgia were and at meet the at home TG&Y of Brenda parking Slade.lot at Plan 7:15:to

--- last week. p.m.
Four stops will be made at Kingsley
Lake on the Starke Woman's Club
Tour of Homes from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday -
Dec. 7. .t ,fi y r f"'y DeWitt C. Jones

Those participating on the tour will Funeral Home
be served tea at the club house at the
start of the tour and the club will also
have a Christmas bazaar at this time. Steve Futch DeWitt C. Jones
Maps showing how to reach homes on Benton Futch Harold Johnson
the tour will be. available at the club
house. Key.ton.Hgts.
/ Starke 473-3176
Pictured here are two homes and! : al 064.6200
the new Kingsley Lake Civic Center
which will be visited at Kingsle
Lake together with the Matthews
summer week.cottage which was picturedlast Mr. RENTALS


see At the fire spacious lane No.two-story 10 tour.goers home wL'l of I Hospital Beds-Wheel Chairs

Stewart W. Beckett on a treeshadedlot I: & Crutches
with broad lake frontage. The ..
home was built 41 years ago and wasMitAri Whiffen in
Kw cot. npion u/hn_uw was ihpn-.--. Home of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne

head of the University of Florida
ROTC unit. Mr. Beckett has owned
the house for 36 years and has many j
interesting antiques which have been WISHING YOU
collected over the years.

The summer home of Dr. and Mrs.
D.W. Whiffen at fire lane No. 62.was
built in 1976 on the site of a cottage A HAPPYTHANKSGIVING
formerly owned by Eve Godwin
with its eight
Baldwin. The home,
glass doors. affords a beautiful view
of the lake and an upper story
sundeck is another attractive featurein
a home designed for casual lake-
i- living during the summer months. -

F i The Kingsley Lake Civic Center ..... .-...--.
i
Road 16-A.oppositefire -
.- .. located lan*on No.County 71. illustrates what cart ..... if! 1 ,A yrI 4Y.,
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be accomplished with a little'money'and .
lots of hard work. The building 4
formerly a neighborhood grocery '\
Kingsley Lake Civic Center store, was purchased by the Kingsley
Lake Property Owners .Assn from T- .
F.W.Strickland in February 1979,and w
Did you know.,.. completely remodelled,with the addition ar't t i
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire of a well-equ.pped kitchen for t
were last Wednesday overnight entertaining.The t ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fisher In Sv ,
Ocala. two oak-shaded lots on which
this center is located were beautifully
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harrison and landscaped by the horticulture. [
family of Waycross will be Wednes- department of Union Correctional: a
day overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. stitution The interior Is attractively'. ( .-
A. S. Hamson and all will spend panelled in a walnut finish.*hM L the J
Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. social and meeting room will sent 150
Robert Hamson and family in Ocala.: people. The building Is availably' for' -
wedding -receptions :
rental for parties
family reunions, .and .,othergatherings. ......,:
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Tickets: for the tour are S3 each and.;
may be obtained from Ann Whiffen ,
chairman or any member of the .'
Woman's Club. -

Ths t n -:; :,
DId you know.... I(

Sandra Lyn Quiette, Mr. and Mrs David Montgomeryand
dinner last
family had a birthday
4 Roland J. LedgerEngagement Friday night oMr . ti.R ToldMr. birthday at the home of her mother.
yx Mrs.H. L. Tolbert in Lake Q1y, r>J
and Mrs. James W. Quiette of .' .:: ;
Starke announce the engagement of
their daughter, Sandy Quiette to Jef- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Bud eI j
'rey Ledger son of Ms. Harrington ortarke. Lawson. Mrs. Mary.Lawson, _Mrs. "
; Marie Siemer and Mr. 'and Mrs
Jeffrey and Sandy are both Harold Epos and family attended the I i. L1' '
graduates of Bradford High School. wedding of Joe Jordan to Lyn Aust in 7
Jeffrey is an Aviation Electrician In Live Oak on Saturday. .;
the U.S. Navy, presently aboard the ,
USS Independence in the Indian Among those attending the wedding f
Ocean. of Sheryl Hill to David Silcox in Tam-
A summer wedding Is planned. pa on Sunday were: Dr. and Mrs. H. i l f. X4 L.i

know.... H. Adams Mr. and Mrs. George
Old you Roberts, Jr. and family Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kelly and familyof Roberts, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard b
wi Temple Terrace and Mr. and Mrs/ Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Pat Faro- "
Buddy Trawick and family of Lake sworth. Mrs. Thelma Lewis Miss 45
City will spend the long weekend with Lillian Stump, Mrs. W. H. Thomson ,.
Mrs. Jack Trawick. Mr.and Mrs.S.G.Denmark.Mr.and a ,
Mrs.John Torode Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Mrs.James Champion of Freeland, by Biggs Col. and Mrs. Harry Hat-
Mich, was last Friday overnightguest cher Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams Mrs. .
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Lu Struth. Martha and Nancy Struth
i Mrs. Leo Champion. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Winkler. As family and friends gather together to celebrate

this festive occasion, we want to extend

our warmest wishes for a joyous and plentiful

"V holiday We are thankful for your continued
in & ?IZ1 2bald &r..a
support throughout the year.
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A*"effort'to go-'after'' the- $2,500 aI' Gainesville who outlined a collection< December 2 council meeting to give'
.If. month (average) the. City I I. losing In plan that could bring the''city 100 percent other commissioners a chance to'
unpaid utility, bills each month was, on some accounts and 50 percenton make their own investigation
launched' by Finance Committee' others
chairman, Jimmy Crosby at last A' recent'check by Crosby showed
week's council meeting Credifax would charge the city$2.IS that a total of $$14,502.52 in delinquent'
1 k V per account a coat that would cover' utility bills had been written off by the
Crosby' volunteered two' weeks mailing two letters at two week Inter city, during the' first six months of
previously to Investigate mean of vals, and then contacting the city to 1980.'
collecting delinquent accounts that see\if customers had responded to the
have been written off monthly by the warning notes. City' Clerk Merrill Edwards said
council for years At the November 18 that most of the wrilten-off accounts
meeting Crosby Introduced Bob Whiteof After the' initial I 30-day grace are not"delinquent," as such, but are I
Credlfsx1 Credit Bureau of period. If(account remains unpaid closed because the persons owing the I
It would go through the regular collection bills have "moved or died."
.. process with the city and the and ,
the agency splitting collections SO/SO, The cleric!: said that the city charter
.. ., calls for the commission to obtain a
,
'- Community' NewsBy Crosby said he had researched the large enough deposit to cover the cost
,......., .L. ."J# firm was satisfied with his findings, of closed-out bills and suggested raising
-- ....... Elizabeth Walker and was ready to make a recommendation deposit fees rather than resort to a
,,00-' Phone MMMS for Immediate acceptance of collection agency
... 100 the plan.
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..... American Legion Auxiliary unit 314 Mayor-Commissioner CharlesSchaefer

Homemade cakes hrriuls pastries, cI""ll'IIlIntl candies sold like hot cakes at the Method) Christmas Bazaar. will hold Its monthly meeting at 6 Commissioner! Vernon Silcox said referred the matter' W the
p.m.on December. All members are however, "I prefer not to make a hasty Finance Committee composed of
asked to attend. Meeting place is New decision. I prefer to think we should Crosby, utility director Merrill Dees
sI The Methodist Bethel Annex. know what we're getting into." ,and City Clerk Edwirds, to submit its
tt= d" The American Legion Post 314 will report December 2.I' .
4 meet in the annex-of New Bethel "This has been going on for years
Church at All two weeks won't matter."
t BazaarEvery 8 p.m. legionnaires are so more
invited to attend. Crosby said In agreeing to delay action I
on the proposal until the II
# year the annual Holiday TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I
>>, Country Bazaar sponsored by' the There will be a clean-up day Nov. 29
United Methodist Women gets bigger! for the cemetery In Pleasant Grove.
? and bigger and 1980 was no exception Everyone is asked to bring tool.

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More than 300 chili or soup lunches New Bethel Baptist: Thursday night: I 1
were served and diners could get Prayer meeting and Bible Study The
salads, desserts or sandwiches extra. ministers and deacon union will begin
The bazaar featured handmade Friday night at New Bethel 2830.( All
Items Christmas gifts, holiday Missionary Baptist In this area will
decorations, plants, baked goods anda be participating.
new thing this year was the Old St. Johns Baptist Church will conducta
.yh Man's Book Store. The book store wasa Thanksgiving program Thursday ,
big success says Bazaar Chairman night at the community center 7:30:
Carolyn Eaves. Co-chairman was An p.m. The proceeds will go toward
nette Lawson. completing the center. i
Florence Rudd from Raiford won' The Pastor's Aid Club will have a
the drawing for the handmade Tea Sunday afternoon at 5:30. All
afghan. members are asked to cooperate.The .
The ladies of UMW wore long Heroines of Jericho will sponsor -
dresses, dust bonnets, and aprons a Thanksgiving program at Plea
which lent an old-fashioned country sant Grove United Methodist Church
Joey llrrres. entertained the lunch crowd with piano selef lions at the:Methodist atmosphere. Friday Dec. 5, 1:30: p.m.The MasonicFamily
Christmas Ha7HiirMethodist invited to attend.
Church of God In Christ: Tuesday
night Bible Band 7:3O p.m. The 5th
t8as Sunday Union will begin Friday Nov.
rw 28-10: All members and friends are invited
to attend
Ml :Mortals United Methodist Church
i and Pleasant. Grove United Methodist.
f8 Church will fellowship together at Mt. Also Repairs 1 anoRemodelint

V Mnriah after Sunday School in Education
Day. Dinner will be served on the [(fca53**
grounds after morning service.
gab Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Church Bach Monday Tiny Tots
rehearses, 6: 30, senior choir
tope rehearses 7::30, Tuesday 7-30:: prayer
meeting. Friday at fl p.m. the junior
Choir and Junior Ushers willtrhearse
o Sunday Is education day.
Sunday School 930: morning worship
11 a m. and 6 p m. You are Invited.
,f Greater.... Chapel A.M.E.Church:
Rev. W H. Zanders, the supply pastor
A LETTER TO NUCLEAR PROTESTERS:
is church
... calling a meeting Sunday
after the morning service All By Mrs Barbara Keating one of the founders and President

Sharon Williams dishes up the soupand members are asked to attend. Sunday ""f('onsumerAlert. Inc a nonprofit national consumer
school 10 a.m. The Missionaries will
chil! for the sellout! luncheon last membership organization
: Christmuv. Bazaar enticed shoppers with the niiinv lovely handmade Thursday. at the :Methodist Christmas conduct service 11 a.m All membersare
Christmas; items ill the Methodist' Bazaar, Bazaar asked to attend all activities. ACTIONS ASSURE CHRONIC CRISIS. I respect

your 'right" to protest peaceably but I won't let you

turn out my lights.

News I am offended by your
J r ...., Lawtey *.. .4 r future.
planning my _r

Rv Elizabeth Terry. and their father, Mr Willie Green of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll'and) Monday through Wednesday with her 1 protest your actions Y
Phone 7M2iIaiohureh : : Slarke. visited Mr and! Mrs Futch's family of Boca Raton, are spending sister-in-law Mrs. Fred Moore which assure me of a
aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry on Saturday Thanksgiving week with their Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and chronic energy crisis. .
( ArtivillfsChurch .: afternoon All of them called on Mr and Mrs. Earl Troxell
parents children, Mary Anderson Lisa, You told me what
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of God: Sunday School 10 :Vr and Mrs Henry Smith later Mr and Mrs Chester Larsen of Rhonda '
Stephanie and Michael Starling Now I'll tell' ... .
a m Worship services Ham and 7 We are glad to report that Mrs Brewster Ohio have spent several spent Saturday afternoon and you want :
p m meeting and YPF. 7 .top Van/ant who SI what want. I want i .rl1
prayer Myrtle it a patient in weeks with their friends Mr. and evening with their brother and sister- you '
m Wednesday Vincents Hospital in Jacksonville m Mrs. John Steele Both couples were In.law. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith a future for my children that isn't sapped and barren arid''":' ". ,.',
Evergreen B.iptist. Sunday School 10 out of intensive' care and in a room Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and MrsSteele and son Wesley of Jacksonville They second-ptace. and unemployed! and defenseless.The 1. Kl {
a m Worship Services II a m and She wellW .
now. getting( along very > son-in law and daughter Mr.
for
birthday
p m Prayer meeting, Wednesday S. Crews Jr. of Jacksonville and Mrs Lester Walker IaveI Anderson's Iflth birthday supper which Mary is need for electricity will continue to grow no .
Faith Baptist.. visited his grandmother Mrs Pierce Miss Billie Doreen Wilson flew to Nov. 29. Mr and Mrs. Biggers, Jr., matter how much you wish it wouldn't <>-11! PJi
Bible School 10 a.m. Crews on Tuesday Germany on Thursday afternoon and son John and their mother, Mrs. 9l \\I
Worship services Mam and 7 30 Friends of Mrs Bryant Reddish of from Orlando to visit her brotherinlaw James Bigger, Sr, were also present WHERE ELECTRICITY COMES FROM. Elec Mt
p m Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 'Tallahassee, regret to learn she had a and sister, Maj. and Mrs. Russell can: be created! by spinning turbines powered by oil.. ,' 1 i i1 ..

7 First:it). pm Baptist. : Sunday School 9'45 stroke recently Our prayers are with Lines and her niece' Jacqueline. She It can be created by natural gas tapped from below. ,;; ''"

am Worship Services. ll a m and herHenry Hodges and Miss Vivian plans there to go skiing in Germany while I the earth's surface for as long as it lasts. can be cre-t "

7 :10 pm. Training Union 8 :to p.m Crawford of Starke attended a supperfor Mr. and Mrs. Donnie /Kelly of ated by water falling where circumstances permit and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p m.Grace young adults at Pine I[>val Church Gainesville were Friday and Satur when.environmentalists permit. [It can be created by

United :Methodist: Church on Saturday night day guests! of their parents. Mr. and coal .dug from dangerous mines. All of these .
School 9:45: a m Wor.hip..rvic.ll Melvin Futch of Black Mountain Mrs. George Kelly. burning < ,
am. Wednesday Children's Choir 7 N C was a Tuesday! dinner guest of Mrs. C Y Tampa of Tampa spent methods cause death and damage to !the environment -
p m Bible Gleanings B p m his cousins Mrs Carl Prevatt and Or we can, use technology and bombard
Highland Baptist. : Sunday School 9 45> Mr and Mrs Truman Norman
uranium the
atoms to create environmentally
am. Worship, Services. I Iin I m and 6 Mrs W F Atwood and her aunt
p m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 7 Mrs Pierce Crews, were business. cleanest method

pm visitors to .Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. THE CRISIS IS REAL ?
nuclear here
Laura Baptist. Sunday School 9 45' and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake power to stay
am Worship. !Services II a m and City visited their parents Mr and Tbtinkyou. f don't know Progress and technology not stand still
7 :W pm. prayer meeting at 7:10: Mrs. Harold Eunice on Wednesday There'll be fusion and solar and other methods up

pm evening ahead. But today! ;; the choices are limited.The crisis
long Bridge lI"pU..tunday: School J C. Prevail Jr of Gainesvillewas
10 a m. Worship services Ham and a Wednesday dinner guest of his \\otcscn.iblcif 1 us fi.im <> n is real
7 30 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt and the is 4 Since when are we afraid of progress? What kind

7 10pmMorgan Road R.iptlsl Sunday Mrs.brother Truman.in-law Norman and sister Mr and Si'if mil c'tt'OIIlU Diitfur: i tam In. "" of legacy are we leaving our youngstersik\\ are a
industrious and \\e
School 10 r.lfdul tor the proud. innovative society marvel
am. Worship services II Mr. and Mrs Hermie Kelly attended pr1lkl.f.Ij.t'Uwt
am and 7 pm. Training Union R the Bradford-Union Retired Inlt its \1I1It at the development of technology .
pm. Prayer meeting Wednesday Teachers Meeting in the Methodist ( \We didn't shut down the airline industry when the

7 :10 p.mNorthside Educational Building on Thursday 'uu1gres.manI first plane crashed We: took it apart to see what went '
Baptist: Sunday School 10 Mrs. Sallie Norman of fnglis was a
am Worship services I 11 a m and 7 Thursday night supper guest of her I h.11I 'Irllfll x{. wrong so it wouldn't happen againI
p m. prayer meeting Wednesday 7 parents, Mr. and Mrs Truman Nor UII1l: III mCrl' rLc I speak as one American who isn't t willing to throwin

pm 'sill, Lllntj.I'I1LCX: : the towel.
Smyrna ;Missionary. Baptist: Sunday man.MIss Sherree Shinn of Starke was a fonest. and
r knowledgeable caring people
School 10 am. Worship services I II l la Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. your
m. and 7pm pra-yer meeting Charles Starling and famIly. neighbors -work in the nuclear energy field. I trust :',j

Wednesday at 7 :10 p m Mrs John Tye, Sr.. spent Thursday ..+ them.They do not hold second-rate citizenship Their "

with her soninlawand beliefs are entitled to equal weight
daughter
PFRSONU.S: Mr and Mrs Tommy C O\GRt: ; -.SS;.\tA:'f .
Friends of Donald Bennett regret to Tulley and children of Jacksonville NATION'S FUTURE AT STAKE. The future of our .i.
learn he Is a patient in St Vincent'sHospital '
nation is at stake. Its high time realized '
in Jacksonville Our prayersare :v you our predicament ,',
with him. and grew up to face the responsibilities we "

Mrs. Mary Taylor. Mrs fiollie all must face united. .
Wood Mri Aline Crews Mr Ruth That "new, mobilization" you're beginning to sense II
Griffis. Mrs Ethel
Noha Wtlkerson Mrs Norman Carol Prevatt MM, N ta iiaa, I Is peopled by your neighbors and countrymen who 'i'.!

Mrs. Elsie Norman Mrs. Diane 4s3 are concerned about your constitutional rights, but : ..
Gault, and Mrs. Bedie Mae Norman who are even more concerned about the survival of I is: 1
were hosieries for a bridal shower for '
# the free world
Mrs. Darlene Norman at the home of t"errifiiti ...' Vlv

Mrs. Floyd Norman on Friday night :Pat house
Two games were played after which your on = i
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Mrs. Norman opened her Rifts The my lodlatl..: Y
hostesses then served refreshment .
of cake, punch and coffee. In addition FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMHANVPcoplc..scrving
to chips and dips Gordon'. rPd.

Mr. and Mrs Ralph retch and Aid Year 01 Service f people.Paid .
daughters Karen Futch and Christina .
Bra,"ley, of Black Mountain. N C 4J:: 4/12 IL Pot Adv .,P Milt for by Florida Power& Light shareholders


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Starke V ,is for the. vines the sweet grapes N is the needs that are supplied by ,+.
: School
f :"t Elementary
'f grow on. God and friends. I,
ri LeVSTaIkTurkey I is for the Industry that keep us go- K Is for the big black kettle to cook ''I
Mrs.Tetotone's Kindergarten Grlllisl Jenkins Second Grade Ing.N corn In.
&Mr. Austin's Class Fourteen children in our room have Is for the nerve we had to fight S Is for the sauce pans used In the kitchen -
Those students having birthdaysare moved up to a new level in reading. through the winter. to make cornbread. !
Chad Tyler-Nov. .3; Andrea We are making individual books G-is for the guns that shot the Juicy 0 Is for all the good things we an
Dommon-Nov.; Reggie Culon-Nov. about the meaning of Thanksgiving.The turkeys. thankful for.
I 14; Betty Lott-Nov. 22; and Willis children will .draw pictures to I Is for the Indiana that, eat the
Hankerson-Nov. 30. Happy Birthday) show what they are thankful for to By Robert ThorpeT Thanksgiving dinner with the
Mrs Nolln's Firm Grade display In the room.L. Is for my favorite holiday pilgrims./
April Rutty and Shannon Elliott Williams Third Grade Thanksgiving.H V (ts for the good, hot, dried venlslon
celebrated their sixth birthday in The students here in room and 12 Is for my favorite meat ham. on the table.I .
November and I are very proud of our piggy- A-la for the appetite I get at Is the little Indiana that play with the I

Outstanding student is Deana HolI- banks this year. This art activity Is Thanksgiving. little pilgrims.N j :
day for making all A's for the second self-creative and the personality of N-la for the nineteenth' serving of Is for the neighbors that eat with I
grading period.Special each person is expressed In their pig. turkey at Thanksgiving you too. ,
Recognition goes to "Bo" They will be on parade for a few daysIn K Is for key that unlocks the freezer G Is for a good noon dinner for the I I
I Johns for taking second place In the Room 12. You're welcome here for with the turkey In It. family. t
March of Dimes Space-Walk. He our exhibit. S Is for sauce that you put on your I
received a March of Dimes T-shirt. Crawford/Shroeger Third Grade turkey By Julie Ilolllngsworth I '
Mrs. Long's EMU Class These students made 100 on their ; G Is for the gun that shot the turkey.I T Is for a big fat Juicy delicious \
This class played host to Mrs. spelling test: Yong Sue Hankerson, Is for the Invitation I got to go to a turkey which we eat on Thanksgiving I I
Long's EMil class for breakfast. Alisha,Manning, Lee Ann Scott, Derrick Thanksgiving party.V Day. I
They enjoyed scrambled eggs, pan Dowdy, Doug Holland, Jonathan Is for the vanilla that goes In the H Is for ham It Is very good and Juicy I
cakes with bacon Reichert, Steven Thornton, Travis cake. on Thanksgiving Day.A f
syrup, sausage,
milk and,orange juice. The breakfastwas Werre and Stacy Jones. I Is for the i fee cream that we have Is for apple that you put around the I
part of our nutrition unit that we Jonathan Reichert Is our outstan- for dessert.N turkey plate. i
have ongoing throughout the year. We ding student for the week. is for the nuts that go in the dress N Is for neck of the turkey It Is not '
want to thnk the Starke Elem. School Mrs.White's Third Grade ing.G very good tasting to me. I''
cafeteria ladles for their help with our We are about to bring to a close our Is for the good turkey we have at K 'Is for kin folks which come to my ,:
breakfast. Mrs. Bell and her' staff study about the planets. Soon we will 'I) ( Thanksgiving.By Aunt Dales /house for Thanksgiving
have been especially generous in embark upon the Earth's changing Day.
making these nutrition units a suc- form and our first investigation will "" -- "YWI Erika D. BanksT S Is for sauce that we put on the
I cess. be to find out "Is Water Lost" by using ta for tender. I'm going to have a turkey to eat.
Our EMH class has been specially a large plastic jar, ice cubes, anda very tender turkey this Thanksgiving. G Is for God who created this very
privileged to have Miss Susan Sanderson pound and kilogram scale. All of the H Is for help. The Indiana helped the fine day.I .
from the University of Fla.,as an classes are waiting anxiously to see Pilgrims In a very good way.A Is for Irish potato that we also eaton
Interning teacher for the past 8 how this scale works. Is for art. For Thanksgiving I'm going Thanksgiving' Day.V .
weeks. It has been most beneficial for Special Recognition to all of our to make every teacher an art pic- Is for vegetables that we have on )
our class, as extra help is always Third Graders because they have ture. Thanksgiving Day. J iI
needed. Miss Sanderson, a native of really been enthusiastic over the N is for now. Now Is the time to start we all eat ice cream/ after dinner.N .
Starke, has shown much ability and study of the planets, especially getting ready for Thanksgiving. is for noodles which we eat for our I
I enthusiasm In working with our Exceptional Saturn. They have checked out bookson K Is for kitchen. I'll help my mother Thanksgiving dinner.G I
students. Many Instruc- their own from the library on the cook a big Thanksgiving supper In the 'la for go rile bread that we eat on I

tional units have been developed and planets and have been quite eager to kitchen. Thanksgiving Day. ,
introduced by Miss Sanderson, suchas tell what they read and show pictures S Is for sister. My big sister will help
Community Helpers, Safety Rules, about the planets. cook. She'll cook the dressing. By Lisa M. KennedyT
Nutrition, Money and Time Concepts, Mrs. Patterson's Fourth Grade G Is for letting out of It. My brother Thanksgiving ia a wonderful day for
Liquid Measurements Our Earth, Language Arts. tries to get out of helping us cook the all the people rejoice their blessingsand
The wind and Air. She will be missed Spelling Super Stars: Benjamin food by saying he's going to wash the pray.
by students and teachers when she Hankerson, Ryan Moore, Selena Nor- car. H Thanksgiving is the time to harvest
l* vP9 Tii ,, '1 We with her well and man, Suzanne Sapp, Barbara Smith, I is for Ice cream. Or I'm going to eat the big orange pumpkins to make
--ksl Matthew Watson Eric Nugent, Mar- some ice cream. pumpkin pies.A .

.. .. ... willi weekIs cia Brown,Shari Cain, Renee Hewett V Is for very good. My sister Is a very Is for your grandmother to make
Marie Green. Marie has shown a lot Terricena KItties, Patricia Parado, good cook. apple pie. I
of improvement in her math and her Eric Redding Audra Brantley, I is for Ill. I don't want to /get ill for N Is for all the nice people gathered ,
cooperation. Harold Chandler, Mitch Gray,Felicia eating so much.N around.K .
Special Recognition goes to Travis Hankerson, Donna McKelvy, Anita is for nap. After food is on the stove Is for all the little kids going out of j
Thornton this week. Travis has shown Moss, Allen Porter, Rachel Allen I'll take a short nap. the house and playing. '
improvement in his spelling and his Rhonda Alvarez, Shawna Blom, By Sabrina Ford 'N-la' for the nuts we gather on G Is for gorilla. I told my brother he S Is for all the adults sitting around

cooperation. Keep up (he good work, Kevin Crawford, Coretha Daniels. T.'. for the big fat Juicy turkey we Thanksgiving.. Is the kitchen that we cook the/; eats turkey like a gorilla. and telling Thanksgiving stories./
Travis. Angela Davis, Karen Hodges!, Juli have on Thanksgiving.Hla K for G Is all the goodies Grandma makes.
turkey In. Esther MartinT I Is "I love .
Jackson Richard Leneave, Cindy By for Thanksgiving"
for the hot we have with
Samons and Billy Starling. gravy S Is for the "yummy" sweet potato 'Is for the big, fat. Juicy, dressed V Is for all visitors. '
our turkey on Thanksgiving
Turkey Shoots ContinueAt Mrs.Gunning's Fourth Grade pie. turkey.H / Is for the drinks we all drink.N .
A-ls the have
for hot apple pie we on
Kingsley Lake. We to announce that G is for the sweet green grapes we Is for the big long plentiful harvest. Is for all the noise little children
Thanksgiving
James Wallace became of eat with the turkey.I A Is all the the make.G .
shoot is a citizen for applesauce pie on J
A turkey N-ls
Thanksgiving Day for the neat Mother dressesthe
scheduled for Kingsley Lake at the the United States on Friday, Nov. 14. table on Thanksgiving.way/ is for the nice Indiana that came to table. Is for a great Thanksgiving.2nd .

site across from Strickland's store We hope that he will love this countryas K-ls for the kind way mother dressesus the first Thanksgiving.' '1'j

starting at 2 p.m. much as we do. for Thanksgiving dinner. 'j \
Other Shoots will be held on All of the fourth graders are mak- 5.lsfor the salads the pilgrims and In.
Jeceniber 8, 7, 13, 14, 20 and 21. ing an effort to do their homework diana ate. Cfl.! Hampton Hilightsby ; I
each night. Last week Mrs. Sexton
Ammunition is provided. G-is for when your mother says no
and Mrs. Gunning's homerooms were more gravy. Senior Citizens Delores Meng grade: Christina Bunner, Janet :
-. ... tied in the homework contest. '.la for the Indians who'her 'cooll the ;\"n.On" Friday, Nov. 21, the'Hampton Phone 468-1015 Bunner, Melissa Byrd, Marcie ,
Cainn 'n FqgOr '-" ''A note of thanks to Mrs Gray. -od / ...-enlollloCitlzens -cJwb/ held their. ,._ Andria Fenton, Aimee _-
? '! 1Ta o"f/tan./ljs'.n.g.' vetlnZ; .nrt..11[ 'on i in'St": Edward's{Ca'thoTic'' Carpenter ;
tor 4h to # '
>:! QX. oQday\wr jUL'' l time < contributed" 'tlt fl 0 >-is when your Aunt and Uncle come Pall I i meeting in the City Hall with a good Novn! 0 Hodges, Amy Home Shannon :
Carnival Country Store. the way from New York to visit attendance Church with the pastor, Father Ed- Hughes, Jennifer Phifer and Don ,
A rural Starke woman was charged Mrs. ReddhlTs Fifth Grade you on Thanksgiving, Mrs. Lillian Allen of Starke Is the ward Rooney officiating. Serving as Roberts.3rd t
with failure to yield right-of-way by The following students received I-la for Indoors fun when It rains on newest member of the Club. Among godparents were Francis and Delores grade: Allison Archey, Michael
entering a through highway when her awards for outstanding work in Thanksgiving.Nis guests attending were Kay Carbone of Meng. Following the ceremony Campen, Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes,
car was struck by a pickup truck after English and spelling: Felicia Davis, for the nice cranberry on Roselle N.J., Estelle Hagerty of refreshment were served at the Mary Hill. Stefanie Hughes, Misty
she pulled away from a median in fog Jamey Carver, Chet Norman, Julie Thanksgiving.Gis ,Elizabeth, N.J., Harry Fertig, and baby's home. Koehler, Jerry Loiacano, Angela Mit- I
Monday, Nov. 24, at 6:50 p.m. on Hollingsworth Penny Hsteh. Robert for the great sweet potato pie we Elizabeth Tennant of Starke. The chell and Tony Raines. I
US-301, .2 of a mile south of Starke. Thorpe, Sharod Pate Chad Tennant have on Thanksgiving.By lucky winner of the door prize was CongratulationsDaniel 4th grade: Tina Branham, Brian I
Jo Pittman Jackson, 29, of Rt. 3, Sabrina Ford, Rosalyn Taylor. Ruby DeWaters.The Alven Leasure, Sr., and Davis, Quinton Ford, Billy Horne, Billy
Box 122, Starke, was not injured. No Deborah Cowart Hal Davis, 'Cindy Shannon BinderT % group enjoyed a Sing-Along to Deborah Ann Leasure of Starke, announce Jordan, Terri Kennan and Roy
damage was reported to her 1974 Griffis, Joyce Coblenti Melina is for the toothpick after you get the accompaniment of William Lahn the birth of their baby boy, Payne.5th I
Chevrolet sedan. Davis, Sherry Branch Vicky finished with your Thanksgiving supper and his mandolin. Happy Birthdaywas Daniel Alven Leasure, Jr., on grade: Diana Cardin, Shelly ,
Ralph Beckman, 63, of Gainesville, Goodowns, Isidor Hernandez, Lisa sung to those celebrating November 19. The baby was born at Carter, Cassandra Fisher, Mindy
was not injured ,but damage to his Mosley and David Thorpe.StrongSellers H is for horseradlih In your oyster .November birthdays including Resale Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Hersey, Andy Redding, Patricia
1980 Ford pickup truck! wet estimated, Fifth Grade sauce and your Thanksgiving Dress. Dowling, Evelyn Vaughan and Walter weighing 7 Ibs. 8 oz. and measured Rhoden, Brad Snow and Christa
at $200. **3l:i! IK. \ These students are "Terrific". Ing. ,Richardson Christmas songs were 20''in length. Wood.
Both the I a'iiAWpi itk ttfefc' ce', :; 't hey worked very hard the second six: A Is for your allowance that you spendon also practiced., .'Their neitt meeting is Paternal grandparents are Claude 6th grade: Marty Aderhold, Tam

onC"Vbian.US-301.' ,1\\. s"'Weeks i and completed all vocabulary Thanksgiving for the turkey and scheduled'fdr>Dec.:5 at 2 p.m. and Janet Leasure of Starke. Mater my Peeples Randall Glisson, Tonya
1 : bedatistart words in reading. Each student was things.N i .71 J iOi' A I'" nal grandparents are Bernardo and Nichols, Sean Smith and Kirk
fjj parked position 'and awarded 27 stars. They are Dewey Is for the Neapolitan Ice cream for '11 (0 r Vtslfur ', Beverly Baez of Hampton Lake. Williams. *

pullet out M pavement frlmJlle Daugherty, Sabrina Ford, Mary Alice dessert after. Thanksgiving supper.K Mr.:and' Mrs Hampton Gay and Maternal great grandparents are 7th grade: Amy Clark, Jimmy
medii n an struck By\ the pickup Howie, Trisha Jones Esther Martin, we shot a king size turkey with big Mrs. Nell''Reynolds of Pensacola were Christina Perez of Gainesville, Loiacono, Melissa Payne and Melissa
truck in rear, vision was Sharad Patel, Rosalyn Taylor and legs and they were JUICEYf I recent"'"visitors of Mr,'and, Mrs. Bill Robert Halsey of Dayton, Ohio, and Williams. '
obstructed byqg( < ,According to the. David Thorpe. We would like to S is for steady My father had a Maxwell,Whlle'in this'jlrea they also Maximillian Baez of Puerto Rico.
Florii a Highway&1I.rol!, welcome Kimberly Thomas to Mrs. steady eye to shoot the turkey. visited relatives'' in Starke Graham, PTA Meeting
Strong/Mrs. Sellers fifth grade at G after supper my grandma /gave us Sampson City and Gainesville. Visitors Kathy Fendon, President, presidedat
I onIrose J/l ;; Starke Elementary.The gum.I Their trip to Daytona Beach was Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng and the PTA meeting held at the schoolon
M< ( Man Draws Telegraph will, print as many of la for Indiana that came and started their first in 40'' years. Prior to that Amanda spent the weekend in Atlanta Nov. 18. Inger Campen reportedthat

Tiff.neA, rWr ck.Odie the Thanksgiving poems from Thanksgiving. bringing deer and corn. time the late John Abernathy, Mrs. and Chattanooga visiting their the approximate profit realizedat
: Strong/Seller 5th Grade Class as V my grandmother had on a velvet Gay's father,was engaged In the mercantile brother, Joe Meng and friends there. the Halloween Carnival was $1068.
Marion Kemp, 35, of Melrose, there la room for. dress with flowers. business: Mr.: Gay was then Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng spent the The following were appointed to the
was sentenced to three years In state By Matthew WilkinsonT I Is for Identify we could Identify our employed still a meat cutter.'' weekend in Tampa where they visited School Advisory Committee: Inger
prison in Alachua County Circuit la for turkey, turkey. It was the biggest.N The home where Mrs. Gay and her their daughter and family, Mr and Campen, James Campen, Diane
Court; in Gainesville, Monday, Nov. H la for Hank that likes Thanksgiving' the Nebraska turkeys are bigger parents lived in still standing. Mrs. Kenny McClure Kasey and Davis, Jolene Friese, Sheila Padgett,
24.Kemp| A la for applesauce I like. than aura cause nobody hoots them. However, that! two story store building Ryan. Phyllis and the boys returned Carol Thomas, Nanci Starling and
was sentenced by Acting Cir- N la for good month like November. ;e,[ G we had five bowls of gum drops and which was next to the railroad track home with them to spend the Elaine Smith.
cuit Court Judge, Levy County Judge K Is for hind Thanksgiving, candy that had chocolate and had disappeared. It was in this sec- Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. Vicki Beal's second grade
W.O. Beauchamp, for two counts of S Is for sun on Thanksgiving Day, II I rootbeer and strawberry In the middle tion of town that the city of Daytona class was awarded $10 for the, best
and driving while Intoxicated 0 la for green .gram on Thanksgiving which was very very good and not Beach originally started-next to the Hampton Elementary School representation of parents at this
will be followed
which by Day, Report cards went home with
to mention the SUP Halifax River. meeting.
Thanksgiving
three and a half years probation for I la for let water on Thanksgiving I I PER YUMIIII/ .-.--. M. students on Monday for the second six
vehicular homicide In the May 11 Day Mrs. Belle Brown has enjoyed the weeks grading period. The following Pictures

death of Evelyn Perry.: V It for good vegetable on I By David ThorpeT i two week visit of her daughter, Mrs. appeared on the Honor Roll: 1st Proofs of school pictures have been
Perry died when Kemp's car slam- Thanksgiving' Is for the Juicy Butterball turkeywe t,,Kathryn Carbone of Rosselle, N.J., grade: Scott Bianham, Scott sent home with students to( decide if I
med Into hers at the intersection of I la for 1'lIflO play outside. r', have on Thanksgiving. and her friend:Estelle Haggerty of Campen, Lonnie Custer, Jessica they are to be purchased. Proofs and
US-301 and)SR-26 at Orange Heights. N la for nuts In pie, >'i:. H Is for the hog we killed/ for Its ham.A Elizabeth, N.J. While here they also Fisher, Joey Hall, Jason Nichols, money are to be returned to the school
Judge Beauchamp also attached G I*for giving on Thanksgiving. Is for the ripe red apples we eat on visited Silver Springs, St. Augustine, Regina Padgett, Ann Carol Roberts, by Monday, Dec. 1.
other conditions to Kemp's sentence. Thanksgiving Marineland and: Gainesville. On Sun- David Roberts and Darlene Rush.
When Kemp is released from prisonhe f
day they toured the Marjorie Kinnan
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will not be allowed to drive a vehicle Rawlings historic home at Cross

He will continue alcohol counsel- Day Resigns Post As Internal 'Creek and dined at the Yearling I
ing and will pay $50 a month restitu- Restaurant. .They flew from the
tion to the victim's family for two
Gainesville Airport on Monday for
Auditor For HUD Grant
years. City their New Jersey homes.
Tommy Topliffe and a friend from NOTICE OF SUBMISSION'OPA I
recreation facilities ,
The resignation of Linda Day as prove housing Jacksonville visited Mrs. Thomas F,
Confusing Turn "internal auditor" for the city's black drainage residential, and paving in She Starke also s Brown and her guests on Sunday. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTBLOCK j

Leads to MishapA $1,020,000 HUD Block grant programwas area.with Mrs. Gerald Adkins returned home
accepted by the City Commissionat assisted Robert Gurin preparation Saturday from a three-day visit to her GRANT PREAPPLICATIONOn
the cl.ty's

Worthington Springs man was its November 18 meeting.Mrs. of a grant application for brother, H. W. Preister of Ft. Pierce
charged with defective lights and turn experimental: wood gasification I
Day resigned in Februaryfrom 'who has been ill. She accompaniedher
signals after the tractor-trailer he full-time employment as the city's project at the applying, and work daughter, Mrs. Calvin Richard, of
was driving was involved In a no contact federal grant consultant, but remained ed with Gurin on for federal Ocala on the trip. I
mishap Tuesday Nov. 18, at ap as a part-time assistant to the monies to finance wood-burning While there they toured the Indian November 17,. 1980, the City of Hampton submitteda

.m. at the intersection of CR-231 at city on HUD grants to rebuild and im- heating Reno area.systems This for last homes proposal In was the, River area which now has citrus fruitin preappllcation to the,.U.S.. Department of Housingand

Brooker.Neither driver was injured and turned down by HUD last week. abundance.the crotons They, ,bouganvillea also enjoyed seeing and Urban'Development (HUD) for funding consideration -

there was $100 damage to a 1967 Ford Car Overturns, In submitting her resignation, Mrs. other lovely foliage. under the Small Cities Community DevelopmentBlock
station wagon and no damage to the Driver'Unhurt Day said she did not understand whatan
1970 Mack Tractor and 1972 Mims "internal auditor" was supposed Grant Program. preappllcation icon, file at
trailer. A rural Starke man was charged to do. Birthdays Office of.the Clerk and available to all Interested
after his November 24 birthdays were the City : -
with three! traffic violations
In the title of this posi-
The station wagon operated by Roy and explaining celebrated by Mary Benckowski, for
review
off the over-
car went highway parties
and the tion, Mayor Shaefer told The ,
24, of Gainesville, (
Chancey
tractor-trailer rig driven by Billy W. turned Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 4 p,m. 8.8 Telegraph later that the position of Michael Starling. Sr., David Smith
who was 5 Wayne Youngblood was
,
miles south of Starke on SR-100. In
Fewston 28,northbound of Worthington on Springs CR231., John V. Roberts, 21, of Rt. 3, Box HUD"internal regulations auditor"for was the project carried, but 13, Brena and Bridget, both 12. Any citizen wishing to submit objections HUD Con-
both
were Fewston then pulled to the right 764, Starke, was not injured but there was no job description. He On Nov. 26 Cecil.Woods was'6 years cerning the approval of the preapplication, may'do so.

before making a left turn onto CR-18. damage to his 1967 Dodge was assumed it applied to checking theprogl'f88 old.Cindy submission of and the
estimated at 1450. of the covered by Davis celebrated her 8th birthday The method for the objections.
Chancey thought Fewston was pullingoff The car was travlelng north on program on Nov. 28, with a party for be mode are
the highway and attempted to pass the block grant to determine whether1the basis on which those objections can
and friends last She
family Saturday.
off the
SR-100 when it
Fewston. Fewston then pulled back ran pavementonto work was progressing on found 5 of the Citizen Participation Plan.; A
the west shoulder' for 150 feet, schedule and seeing that records had a lovely decorated cake, other on page
and ,
left. Chancey applied brakes back SR-100 and then refreshments, and nice gifts. available for review the Office
skidded into a curb northwest of the went across were' kept properly.Dusty Happy Birthday tot' Toni copy of this plan Is also at
traveled 108 feet on the east shoulder
intersection. Fewston then pulled to and according to Florida Herschberger who was 12 on Nov. 26. of the City Clerk. ,
the right and avoided contact, according overturnedf
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to the Florida Highway Patrol. Trooper
cited Hampton LakeChristening
K.G. Etheridge and glass fixtures can
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who victimized the their career as winners. Reddish. Bill
1980.81 won't go down as a it was they
memorable year In Bradford High's visiting Pirates with the stinging play Goodge Ricky Griffls Frank
football history, not with a 3.7 won- this time out. The biggest of all came Swindell Kenny Btherldge David
lost mark to show for it, but the Tornadoes with just 1:21: remaining on the clock. Sparks Mike Teston Kenny Clark
fum- Jonathon Johnson, Doyce Griffis,
sweet memories of Fernandina had followed a BHS
will
carry ...
the finale as they turned the big playsin ble with a 39 yard scoring drive Terrence Mike Jordan Dwayne Strickland and
their favor for a change to whip the Flagler finally sweeping over Eric Carroll were the players goingout
favored Fernandina Beach Pirates from the half yard line after the Tornadoes in style.Reddish's.
last Fri three times had held from in- sack was the biggest but
night
At
14-12 Homecoming
on side the 4. That pulled the Pirates to certainly not the only big play for

day."I'm just as pleased and proud of within 14-12 and only a 2-point conver- BHS. Quarterback Goodge first turn-
in Bradford'sdirection
the kids as I could be," BHS Head sion away from possibly extendingthe ed the momentum
contest to overtime. with a 42 yard scoring run
Coach David Hurse said of the season
ending win, a victory that put a But good players make big plays on the Tornadoes' first possession.who had '
-
losing skein to pasture.They'd and the OT never came thanks toBradford's The senior signal-caller
4-game senior noseguard- already sailed 23 yards on a first-
come so close We so many fumbled times a linebacker Kevin Reddish who just down keeper, kept again off the right t
and ended losing. )
couple of times up but we made our own as he had been all year was a defensive side cut into the middle and broke ,
the fact free at the Pirate 35, sprinting un- :
breaks out there. The kids came bulwark Friday despite i
through on their last shot and provedto that he had been home with the flu touched into the end zone with just : i
field 5:16 in the game. Clark's conver-
themselves and to Fernandina in and away from the practice : gone It
sion boot the home side up 70. -
put
particular that they had a good team since Monday.The ,, :
win." Pirates decided to throw for the BHS led the rest of the way albeit .__
and could
Reddish whipped the by a precarious margin courtesy of ,
"That was a g-o-o-d feeling, 2pointer. Tornadoes 5"41 Se
Defensive Front Coach Jimmy center's block and bore down on Fer more big plays. First the
Thomas said with a smile the morning nandina quarterback Adrian turned the Pirates back on first and *
worried about Williams. With no one open Williams goal from the seven with Brian.
whether after.the"I kids was were gonna be men- scrambled but Reddish grabbed the Thomas batting down a fourth down Tornado Goal Line Effort Kevin Reddish number 51 at left, sacked the Pirate

tally ready or were they just going out quarterback at the 19, spun him full pass in the end zone. Minutes later a Bradford's 'harley Brown, 87, and Mike Jordan, 3. team quarterback on the :l.p..llltI".rOflon. to secure Bradford's
finish the season. I told themat circle and tossed him down back at group of Tornadoes swarmed on Fer- together' to stop Fernandina's Okie Demps a half yard from hardr"uKhtietory,
there I to line. Reddish thrust his nandina's Darrel Mason as he tried to final Also pictured above are l>nl!<> Burhanon. 71)); :Mark Crews.
half they'd poured everythingthey the 24 yard the goal line In Friday's quarter.Terrence
the
had out there in the first half. right hand into the air to signal the field a punt. The ball squirted out of Flagler went over on the next play bulo BIIS' US; Kenny" KlheridKe: 21 : unil. Kriice Kehberg, 8-1.

They wanted it. We just asked 'em to BHS conquest with Williams In a heap the pack and Bruce Rehberg caught: it

give that same effort in the second underneath him.
half." With that play 13 Tornado seniors
Where the Tornadoes had fallen all of whom lined up on the field as more TORNADOES on pg. 12A I-

prey to the big play often this season game captains beforehand ended
BHS Girls


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Pee Wees, Mitey Mites, Jr. MidgetsAre On Down Note I,0 I- .



Tornadoes ....... ....... I.....".
Bowl Winners i. Bradford High's and victimized Lady by their:
Pop Warner ,, .qutrebounded JacksonI.
,opmtfi"
.. .,..." .."" ,"n'" ,jfjwn poor free throw shooting loss
-- 'n ,, ,., ,. the 1980 cage season with a 42-35
to Interlachen in the opening game of 4 ily Tornado
Pee Wees 14 Green Cove 0 Mitey Mites 25- Green Cove 6 The Cowboys owned the second the Keystone Heights High 1 lope Jackson
period as they raced to a 26-8 halftime Thanksgiving Tournament Monday over two
The Bradford Cowboy Pee Wees Coach Quinton Ford had nothingbut jumps
avenged a 14-7 regular season loss to high praise for the Bradford lead. At 5:33: in the period Gerald night.,, Interlachendefenders
Brown turned the corner at the Starke I The loss came despite a 21-point for a _
Mites after
the Green Cove Gators with a 14-0 win Cowboy Mitey they whipped
in the Spring Bowl played in Green Green Cove 25-6 in the Spring 27 and sped 76 yards untouched for a night by junior guard Hope Jackson shot In lust Mon
Cove last Saturday.The Bowl played in Green Cove Springslast 14-0 lead. Francis' kick upped the who canned 10 field goals, but joinedher
hosts were unable to move the Saturday Nov. 15. score to 16-8. With 1:09 remaining teamates with a poor game at the tour-'
Francis crashed into the end zone fora 1 of 5
charity stripe hitting just
ball on the Cowboy defense, which The Cowboys piled up 255 yards
Chandler totaled 4-yd TD run and his conversion gave freebies before fouling out with 36 funneled In 21Pohl"
played its best game of the year ac- rushing as Harold
cording to Coach Charles Barton. 162 stripes on the ground and Devin the Cowboys a248 lead' / With"32 seconds left. As a team BHS sunk only 'hut _B1IS.
seconds left, Titdsville' entered ,the 3 of 16 free throw chances. "How waT.'al"1I idi5.R3 ;!; .
Gary Wise, Sean Robinson, Bruce Jackson added 27, Lance Wiggins 51, "
.
ball of the end zone fbr'8-29-8 tead.i miss? a
out free throws did we
many
The offensive
Davis, Milachi Jenkins Wendell and Chuck Morrow 15. ? r. u0'l''I<
Shanks, Brian Barton. Andra line of Quinton Ford, Alex Porter Francis recovered the.second,halfkickoff ., pained BUS Coach Jimmy Thomas 31,101M }
Williams, Cory Strong, Chris Cribbs. James Burton Billy Stroud Mark at the Eagle<< -ydl, +!ne.lout a asked Immediately after the buzzer
and Steven Early were all praised for McKinny..Rick Williams, and Eugene series of penaUies\ slopped ijUwi sounded.
their defensive work in the shutouts. Blye did an outstanding job of gettingoff cowboys which the: EagJesjwerq) "We got a long way to go to be a / -I L'r

The Cowboys took the lead for the ball and blowing big Holes in unable to do. On the first,pl ypf, ,.the, good basketball team but I guess than I
keeps when John Hamilton ran 45 the Seminoles defense Ford said. fourth quarter.Bellamy\ s oreKl oil a 4 really couldn't ask for any more "
yards for a score in the second period. The Cowboy defense was outstan- yard run and ( converted on. this since we haven't worked much had, : 2'3AM
Quarterback Johnny Clark and Cecil ding too limiting the hosts to just 6 the EP kick Franct1.'II.IliIad.Qpu8' Thomas said. The Bradford team
Jackson connected on a 55 yard TD first downs. Samons set up \ III Cl; boy"T.I), practiced just 6 times before the
? foot-
pass play to up the lead to 12.0 and the The victory enabled the Mitey with an interceptloi! aodJh-jyard: game with Thomas busy with

margin went to 14-0 when Early tackl Mites to close out the season with a return to the Eagles 41,A l$: ,.yard pass.! ball.Tuesday Tornadoeswere
ed the GCS QB in the end zone for a 53.1 record. from Bellamy.tqtony, Djjigsfmqved( night the Lady r
safety. the ball down I for a yard Franci Q$., to meet Middleburg in the third /t M1JJIWYS3T

Brian Barton blocked a punt In the sneak. Diggs booted/ the irl';.for" {inal, place contest with Interlachen and
first quarter and Jenkins, Cribbs, Titusville 8 426. Defensivelyllt: t tt1/4, qwpQysllwera., keystone squaring off in the Indians championship
and Shanks all had interceptions to Jr.l\Iidgets led by Tony Davis, wjlh 8 /cfcles-and tilt. The host Lady
help the Cowboy defensive cause. (Lunar Bowl ) assists followed,closely/ by }jj;' !itb GIII-. walloped Middleburg 75-24 in Monday's --

Offensive leaders were Clark, The Bradford Cowboys made the ingham. Lonnie Hamijtoij.anq"j !, ,;..aroiv second game. Palatka at
Jackson Steve Jones, John Hamilton Titusville Eagles an endangered Matthews with: ,eaclj I n.i\ IIII The BHS girls next play I AAl
Allen Porter Alonzo Williams,Ernest species in the Lunar Bowl as they "j,.. ."" ".n'l iui'u.wk. '1 home Monday night Dec.ir JJJ-:: : ,

VVhittly. Scotty Anders and Carey romped to a 42-8 victory. .. .,..1 I 'I d' 'Imll') ) Gametime Is 7:30: p.m.Bradford make a

Mize'Offensively we played ball control period With, 4:05 Simon: remaining Mitchell blocked in the first and ::,:::, ,....I : : ,J.t,, .r 1c'! 'I',,"nt*4/l(<"too".f. ". game Jackson of last helped Monday's affair until" the -_ IBM 11' nil L"j ;,, :.:! l -
.. th*
ii o .012' minutes even though
with our offensive line playing recovered an Eagle punt on the '.'"i 'uX > !1f.I final beaten j 3\nr\; it1U
Coach Barton said of the win. Starke 25 to set a 15-yard TD ., .. ,.> smaller Lady Tornadoes were
super up sweep 00.4. 10'1' 140. |fr.Ml| lfVi ftrn
led in Hollis' steal and BHSi Berry and Hankerson both
This is a great bunch of boys and I by Robert Bellamy.John David Fran- TIMnvlll.l I 47(4. F... ((51.k OOT4) 1.1| i..," badly on the boards and never ,; layup got Tracy
: : \lE bucket of the second half and hit for 5 for irarflnrd.tal..h .
Mriim Orwn n y4.nm Prwclt Melo/ the 19 fl'jIt points! !'
think in a few years they'll be playing cis booted the conversion for an 8-0 ....*. .....,. 4 ,.. ..">(.....,.".kr I J'>"',1.> game. 8-6 Interlachen after iMl!M i 'k@ 'Bradf6rd within 20-17 but In :
great football for Bradford High. I lead. With 3:20: left, Titusville tied the /m.... ........,..... .*. {Jt ','j'))<- was before .. 0 I It '10 41
to terlachen off the next -
also want to thank our cheerleaders, score on a 49-yard TD pass and two- ...*.,, ..'...>-.|,d. n m(tnmli' kith' ) period with BHS working patiently ran goals .'.dl.... 4'e < 13 j,
who gave us great support all year." point conversion. ....... ',..eI. | .,. ran (Ol9' .,klchl, ) ,'',.,., the tune of Thomas' sideline direc Jackson answered..with a lU-footer! ,/I.,4., .<, Holll. ...-li. AI h.r '01. t.....,.
BHS hung tight as Jackson "andTlwisting layup to make it 24-21 101. .. ,
Pint _... ...,h ,. "...."..4. tions. and hit three. 1.0.1.: r 20,iwrmi'i' a
....... ....., S..h....... "....",. '9.d: spun for one moving jumper the with JnterlidWoHmk 2:27: lettin( period the next four ........., .... 0,-, ..,.. '.|.|. (.,!,?. to.1-2'
P...,.. '_M OlMfb ... Tlftiswlll.. another from the baseline to keep goalsto I 4.k.....1.11 w1um.461 '... ....
/ P.I..., S..... ,.-.... "....11I. I,..,.I.mm gap at 12-10 with 1:50: left in the half. stretch its advantage to 32-22 at the flAM ....., ....1. 0-0-0 0-0-0.
V..4w S...*. ... ".....11I.. U.Punltl Interlachen hit a couble of buckets end of the perjod\ ..the 10-point margin
.
... ,,,.. .
!! .11I. I O.PwmM
hit from inside the lane being the biggest! of the game. ''
0 .*, 1014..... Tlu.lll 10. but Jackson : CorrectionLast-
S _I".., .....11.110." "....11I.9-M. on a feed from Queenie Berry and BHS surge{T.bhflt mildly with Janet week the
...,... Or.wn ..'113. O..,.... ?<.!. N." 0-2*. PraM,. then popped in a driving layup with 8 Williams dropping In a 9-footer to cut Telegraph incorrectly listed Hope
4-1.*.Olt>,.,.Melwol. 1.4. halftime 34-27 but the Tornadoes Jackson and Tracy Hankerson as
make the the to Lady
P.Ming, i..,.... (.<... 0...,I.....0 ',_n 100. seconds to go to gap seniors. Both
are
....,.'..' "'.,.... ,..). Clu 4l" ,.". Dln MJ. count read: Interlachen 16 BHS 14. never got closer. juniors.


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Employees Of The Bradford Co. Telegraph: & Relatives Not Eligible Thompkins Goes to the Boards for Tornadoes seasons

BUS Coach Mike Sexton hopes rebounding effort like this Here Thompkins grabs a long carom away from Kevin
one by Eddie Thompkins will help the Bradford High round- Howe. left, and Ham Carter, right. In a Tornado. practice I
MAGIC NEEDLE PASTRY SHOP ball crew make a turnaround from two straight losing session Monday.




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Tornado Cagers Next WeekHead

PHILLIP W. CLARK, REALTOR HURST WRECKER SERVICE

Coach Mike Sexton Bradford High SchoolBoys "Probably the most improvement has
more than hinting that he's excite Basketball Schedule come from Steve Marks," Sexton
about showing off his 1980-81 Tornado WO-il said. "Steve's gonna be our floor
basketball squad he's talking the leader. And he's shown a lot of scoring .
STARKE RECYCLING CENTER, INC. BRADFORD PRINTERS team up all over town, and trying to F Dec. $ St. Augustine HomeTu potential lately."
sell season passes to passersby. Dec. Santa F* Homef Those detailed above won't be the
Sexton Is trying to spark interest ina Dec. 12 Macclenny AwayTu. only ones playing. "I feel like in orderto
team coming off a 2-23 year. That's Dec. 16 Palatka Home be succesful in the long run we haveto
H&M STARTER AND GENERATOR right two-and-twenty-three, not a Dec. 18-10 Christmas Orange play 8 or 9 people," Sexton noted.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH state champ contender like his much- "Last year there was a time when we
'applauded clubs of the earlier '70's, Tournament Park had to go with 5 or 6 but I've always
'OR..." COMPANYMITCHELL'S ,, r' .."Out a team that beat only Orange Dec. 22-23 Christmas Bishop wanted to play as many people as
Park and Fernandina Beach and was Tournament Kenny possible."I .
bombed by Live Oak 74-27 in the ,Fr. Jan. 9 Live Oak Away tell you the guy that can shoot,
district tournament's initial round. Tu. Jan. U eut.lde; Away and Is going to help us when people go
But what Sexton knows that others Fr. Jan. 16 Maeclenny Home into zones is Eddie Winkler" Sexton
DRUGSTORE HOLIDAY INN Of STARKE might not Is that he's got three big TII. Jan. 20 Clay High Home said in showing one role a non-starter
pluses going for him as he enters the Fri. Jan. 23 St. Augustine Away could play.,
80-81 season eager to make amendsfor Tu. Jan. 27 Bolles Away The defense will again show both
last year's forgetful campaign: Fri. Jail 30 P.K Yong Home zones and man-to-man, with some
1) The Tornadoes will no longer be Sat. Jan 31 Mlddleburll Home halfcourt pressure though Sexton
HARRY GREEN AUTO PARTS INC. dwarfed by the opposition, not with Tu. Feb.I: Palatka Away says the size of this outfit could cut
CHARLEY E. JOHNS AGEHCYINC.JONES' 6-4 returnee' Eddie Thompkins, 6-5 Fr Feb 6 Live Oak Home back on the pressing opportunities
newcomer Kevin Howe, 6-3 JV grad Tv. Feb. 10 Clay High Away "It'll probably mean we won't be able
Ben Tankard, and 6-4 Michael Robinson Fr Feb. 1:1: Eastside Home to press as much but I want to lake
another who has little varsity ex- Sal. Feb 14 Mlddleburg Away advantage of the height we do have.
perience behind him. 2)) Sexton has Tu. Feb. 17 Bolles Home One thing about all the big people we
worked ,with this club,' and worked Fr Feb. 20 Santa F. Away have Is they can run. We don't have to
CRAFT SHOP SONNY'S REAL PIT BARBQUEMAC'S them hard, beginning with a summer wait on 'em to get up the court.
..,. program. That's a far cry from last District Tourn. Feb. 16-21 Much of the practice time ("more
season when he took over two weeks Regional Tourn. Mar.: time than I've ever spent before")
before' the' opener when then-coach Sectional'Mar.7 has been spent on offense. "We needto
Warney'Adkmson was taken ill 3) State Tournament MAr 12-H run the pattern offense and make
And the most Important plus in Sex Vanity Coach-Michael' Sexton them aware of the oppurtunities that
MUSIC SHOP BADCCCK HOME FURNISHING CENTER ton's book"'Thls group has shown J.V. Coach-Rick Stephens can arise off that offensive move-
teamwork more team unity than I've ment." Sexton reasoned.
seen In a long time around here," the
coach said.1', think. that'll, go a long IHS(loiterOonnlol
i way for us:"' And what are the strengths- 00..., III 4-0
r BHS' begins 'to'' find out how farthey've think the boards," Sexton answered Steve Marks SR 5.0learn
WILLIAMS JEWELRY TEAL TILE CARPET INC.TG&Y when asked that "We
come when the Tornado var- just question. Carter S* 40fddlaTharnpklnt
sity and JV host St Augustine Friday, should be stronger on the boards this J* ....
I Dec. 5, at the new-look Bradford High year with guys like Thompkins, Kevin Howe If ,-,
gym. The walls'are freshly painted, Tankard Robinson, and Howell. Im Tankard. JR 4-3:
I the court floor has been' resurfaced, We've shown signs of being ag- Michael Robinson JR '.::1
and the locker rooms are being work- gressive under there. That's going to .Winkle. JR s-'
FAMILY STORES IMC. ADVANCED ELECTRONICS ed on. Gametime is 6:30 for the JV have to be our strength, we need to Chuck. Wllllamt J'2
contest and 8 pm. for the varsity tilt. have those guys get us the second and Carry Fisher JR 4-2
An obvious weakness is the Tor- third shots. Todd Jackson JR s.,
nadoes lack of experience only one "We've moved Thompkins outside Ronald Cowls JR 5CmnwftWatkln -'
starter returns and he, Eddie Thom- ," Sexton said in describing an offense SO '.1
SUNSHINE ElECTRICAL AND ,pkins, started last season with the JV. he said will probably be double- Tony Ball SO ,.0
Two more varsity lettermen return, post, with two wings and a point
IHC. WESTERN srEER' FAMILY STEAKHOUSE 5-8 guard Steve Marks and 6-0 wing guard running the show. "He's get
PLUMBING, Donniel Duster, to be joined by junior ting comfortable out there. That way
varsity graduates and newcomers. he can take the ball to the basket to
Tankard, Todd Jackson Eddie score and he's been doing It. Innovation Key'To
Winkler, and Ronald Davis are up "Kerry Fisher's the most natural
BALDWIN CHEVROLET.OLDSMDBILE, PIGGLY WIGGLY SUPERMARKET from the 6-and-19 JV of '79-80, with shooter we have. We're gonna have to
sophomore Emmett Watkins and have him score from the outside for New Shops Success
junior Chuck Williams also expectedout us," Sexton added Indicating Fisher, ,
after football. Howe, a junior,and will( man another wing. "I'm also hop
soph Tony Bell are basketballfor ing to get Robinson to be able to play In July a new shop 'opened In
trying
NORMAN'S FARM PRODUCE the first time while senior Isam outside." Slarke: The Encore Clothing Consign-
fORTUNE FEDERAL Carter and juniors Kerry Fisher and And the point guardMarks has thejob ment Shop, located on South Walnut
AND SEAfOOD'MARKETTHOMAS Michael Robinson have never playeda with Jackson also playing there Street across from Food Fair Since
full season. after he gets over a broken hand."- then business has gone In only one.
direct lon-UPI!
l k.. Encore Is a consignment shop for

uGATE" AUTO PARTS EDISON'S MEAT MARKET [}(Irr't 'IIIIt; ( ( ; quality.catch-the second-hand-clothing."Our clothing customers: must but are be there's-a of lookingfor high

nearly new clothing or clothing
from the forties and fifties," Mr.
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY AND Youth Basketball All games will held in the Old Ar Williams. Encore's owner said. Old-
'THORNTON SALVAGE mory (across from Bradford High. fashioned beaded cashmere
ARMA HARDWARECRAFT'S'SALVAGEAND Sign-Ups Underway, sweaters are ar.-espeelally, sought.
The Starke Recreation Departmentis after Item.
now registering players for the Anyone Want to Play'' Encore has been innovative as far
1980-81 youth basketball season with Team Tennis? as consignment shops go In slocking
USED men's and children a clothing. Men's
sign-ups lasting through December 2.
HOLIDAY INN GULF. The program will be for boys and There's a possibility that Starke blue jeans and western shirts sell as
CARSTERWILLEGAR girls with age groups being 7-10 and could field a team in a new Michelob fast as they come in. Children's
11-13. Age determining date Is Lite adult tennis league planned for sweaters have been In high demand
,November IS, 1960. 1981 if enough interest is shown. since the cold weather has set in.
There Is no charge for the programbut At least 4 city teams are needed to Encore recently displayed a
all children must wear tennis or form the league which will run from Clearance Sale sign In the window
MOTORS' COMMUNITY STATE BANK'DURRANCE basketball shoes. January mid-May under the and several people wanted to know If
Practice for 7-10 year olds will be jurisdiction of Michelob Lite's na- the: shop was going out of business.
Monday Dec. 1. and Wednesday. tional tennis program. Live Oak, Certainly not! Encore plans to have
Dec-3. Games beglnon December 8,< Lake City, and Macclenny already sale once a month to clear out old
and will be played at 3:15: and 4 p.m. plan to have teams. Starke could joinas merchandise. After an Item has beenIn
PUMP AND SUpPLY at the Old Armory. the fourth league member If the shop for two months, it usually'
BIft.'DfORD Practice for 11-13 year olds will be enough Interest Is shown. Players goes on sale at half-price.
COMPANY SQUARE STYLE SHOP held on Tuesday, Dec. 2 and Thursday must be 21 years of age or older. Call Encore is open 9:30 to 5:30: Monday
,Dec.4. Games will begin on Dec. the Recreation Department at through Saturday.The phone number
9 starting at 3:15 pm. 964-6792\ you like the idea. Is 11II4-1164II.
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Local Halfway Houses Proposed Here For Alcoholics, Newly Rr etlilnmo. to g'r ;:

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board of directors, suggested that a building. and parking facilities for the ,. l4ildl'g hind th ei3|; )djori, County
Two proposals, one to place a ford County school board office in letter be written to Tallahassee to a Dr. Lennon stated that he is expected clinic.building \ cMl'Jhou ie In, .,:: that
halfway house for alcoholics and a Starke. a recent site visit of the clinicto in recent'years .'organ ilatl n IIP 'i'- but
boerclthat, was appointed Lennon explained that I
and counseling Volunteer Pete Alderman, whose permanent JSFRE the
screening programfor recommend that something be ).wasinot Icc-eh'' 1't
released from area wife is technician involved in work- yGov. Bob Graham recently to ad- the Bradford County Commis- i :.'.. J
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inmates
Board with drinking vise him on;mtilters pertaining to the done about obtaining a new clinic sion has agreed to provide land for a. grain..
prisons, were made at a Health ing with persons problems
of Corrections at-
calling
Department
discussion on mental health programs suggested that a halfway -
with'released --- -- --
in Bradford and Union Coun- house be established in Bradford or tention to the problem

ties Thursday, Nov. 13, at the Brad- Union County. to help with these type available inmates to"ltairwdy see:If funds!! 'hfrase\could type be made program COME AND FEAST WITfFOST "
patients.Alderman
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in Bratifo dFfr Union County.
pointed out that currently
Slippery Sand Sapp pointed out 7OOO-of the DOC's :
a patient of this type is carried to
Causes CrashTwo the halfway house in Lake City. He 20,000 inmates'Cqe'! ? bases\at prisons in .. THANKSGIVING'! ,.

CR-221 vehicles to US-301 collided three after miles turningoff southof stated and come it takes from two Lake or more City hours with these to go the representative Howard area. :-McNeill:on the\ Djbtrict re Ufiion County 3 Mental >D (BUFFET. STYLE) ;, .
established ;0
If there
Starke at 11:50: a.m. Wednesday patients.halfway house in was Bradford an or Union Health Board, stated That he would JiVA.M.,' tiH'4? I -..,
Nov. 19.Brenda. County, the travel time could be bring the proposal upjat j the next I I ;P.M. 'Zl'
Joyce Gann, 19 of Raiford averted, Alderman reported.Bill meeting of the board. Jerry McGriff, ", ,. 'J'
was not injured but damage to her Bradford
County's representative on "V-
FRIED CHICKEN '
Mulheron, Administrator at "
1974 Ford pickup truck was estimatedat General in Lake the board, was present at the : <
Union Hospital
Kelly$400. Elaine Slade, 17, of Hamptonwas Butler, told those present at the meeting.Robert A. Draggers;, a. charter .",,1' t BAKED HAM' WITH FRUIT SAUCE

$700.1978 not Ford injured sedan but was damage estimated to the at expanding meeting a feasibility that the his current hospital study 27 considering beds is conducting to 150 Guidance member Clinic of the board Bradford-Union of directors, BAKED TOM; TURKEY! : ,W/ DRESSING & GIBLET GRAVY j

brought up a proposal by the clinic CranberrySauce
The pickup truck and car had stop- beds. board of directors to contract for '
ped at the stop sign on CK-221 before "It Is possible we could be able to state and federal funds direct with the Greer ., .Jfl\lmondine 1
the
entering US301. The ,have a detox center next to
car pulled
away District 3 Mental Health Board.
from the stop sign followed by the hospital, Mulheron says. "There are no legal drawbacks," Com tori tow* ALL 1
lie pointed out of the personswith
pickup truck and other northbound many McNeill!
traffic on US-301. Northbound traffic drinking problems also have says. Sweet. Potato Souffle
executive director
Jean Hess of the ?
forced the car to stop a second time. 'medical problems and that by havingthe District 3 Mental Health Board 0 FOR. $4,025.
detox center close by, the pro- Broccolli! Au-gratin
The driver of the pickup truck applied the ,
pointed out request was sent to the
blems could be treated.
brakes to stop, but the truck jointly
pickup
started lo slide on surface sand and Don Sapp, one of the Parole and program back committee to the Bradford-Union which sent the 'Ten Item Salad Bar With Veg. Soup
Probation Supervisors for Bradford request Children. *r.ia' Half Price
collided with the rear of the car, ac- Guidance Clinic. She stated the t
men Beverage & Dessert Included
Union, and Baker Counties, suggestedthat
cording to the Florida .
Highway a for inmates tal health board attorney advised us .
Patrol. screening program to take this step and asked the .
Trooper W.M. Abrams did not issuea released on maximum conditional
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic e .
citation after investigating the release should have counseling on through the North Florida Mental to go 0 we WISH YOU A..,
alcoholism and drug problems priorto
mishap. Health Clinic in Lake for
City their
being released from prison.Dr. approval."Hernando. i

t Teririllegur AttendsSmraiiHiiee County currently con d
. William J. Lennon, executive tracts directly with the district
Meeting director of the Bradford-Union board," McNeill says.
Guidance Clinic told of an inmate Tim Adkinson, executive director of
p Cecelia Terwillegar represented recently discharged from prison on the North Florida Mental Health o\\
!, Bradford County November 13 at MCR release who missed his bus out Board, stated he hadn't found '\
Fanning Springs when the members of the area.Lennon anything illegal about the proposal' "
r of the Suwannee River Authority met. reported the released In- for the Bradford-Union Guidance ,, t! .s
Ten counties were represented. Wes mate, a relatively small man, started Clinic to contract direct with the Starke
Atwood (environmental Control Coordinator frequenting local'bars and was District 3 board. Of
of Occidental Chemical Co., observed by local law enforcement He questioned whether the proposal 4
I spiiko on "Significant Degradation as behind the bus station. Lennon stated would have an affect on the federal '
Applied to the Suwannee River and the man then got involved in a scuffle grants on several requirements the i U.S. 301 N.
" tint/ lOvc.T's Condition: IS: Years after with an officer and is now back In feds placed on the center board when ,5647600I r
Ovciclontul'H Start-Up". prison. the federal programs were granted.
Other business .discussed was East Lennon stated he has gotten order Bradford County resident Mary
Pass /HrntuinH Project Communication from the circuit court to do a forensic Peterson brought up the fact there is
. from Oil. James W. K. Adams, evaluation of the problem. d no place to park at the Starke office of-
ii.wtrirl. Engineer: Corp; of Andy Denonn, a member of the the B-U Guidance Clinic and that ,

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Bradford Middle SchoolDates I
I Department of Housingand '
igals Urban Development'

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NOTICE OP IN THE CIRCUIT COURT will', me qualifications of IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF as B-80-DN-I2-03IO.HUD Protect. No. Report Cards went home Tuesday, your The Sunday new popcorn best. popper was used

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY the personal representative THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL shall Nov. 25.Our .
INTENTIONTO The Bid Proposal Friday night with great success. It
FLORIDA PROBATE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
or the venue or
be made In triplicate on makes
REGISTER DIVISION File NO. jurisdiction of the Court. BRADFORD COUNTY form furnished first BMS school dance was a sure good popcorn.
Proposal
FICTITIOUS WEEK Dale
a ARTIST OF THE :
had excellent
80-67-CP.O-3237)( FLORIDA. tremendous success. We an
CLAIMS
ALL. and.
Owner
the
NAME by Brown. Dale Is in the 5th period art
In ri' ESTATE OF CARRIE DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Casa, No. BO4M.In submitted to the City of turnout and a really enjoyable class. His artwork Is a water color

Pursuant to Section WHITTY FRAZIER NOT SO FILED rei The Marriage of Starke, Florida' In a sealed evening. Co-chairwomen for the the autumn theme. Dale
Deceased. WILL BE FOREVER BAR marked dance Catherine Sapp and Linda scene using
were
865.09; Florida' Statute .CHARLES WAYNi PITT- envelope,
did using the water
outstanding job
NOTICE OF an
D.J. for the dance was
notice ll hereby REDDate MAN. Husband and "Proposal CDBG FY Alday. Our
thai the given ADMINISTRATIONTO of the first TERESA ,G. PITTMAN 80 Program". Grover Howard and he really kept the color paint.
und.r.lgned.EDDIE All PERSONS HAVING We will be out of school Nov. 26-30
of this Noticeof
JOSEPH LEWIS P. publication W Ife. Proposals shall be, kids moving with a fine sound system
CLAIMS will return to
OR Administration for Thanksgiving. We
O. NOTICEOF delivered to City Hall and good music.
Box
307 Stark, Fl)
32091 solo owner doing ABOVE DEMANDS ESTATE AGAINST AND THE ALL November 20 1980. ACTIONTO ,1 I Starke Florida 32091 A dance contest was held and the school Dec. 1.

business' under the firm OTHER /s/Bobble A. Johnson : CHARLES WAYNE either by o- represen'tatlve four winners were: Denise and Dean
PERSONS IN
name of EDDIE J. LEWIS TERESTED THE ESTATE As Personal Representatlva PITTMAN 183 Columbine .: of the Bidder who Hagins 8th graders at BMS; and
: of the Estate of Drive #4, Casper 'shall obtain a receipt' from BMS
PULPWOOO P. O. Box YOU ARE HEREBY Marlene Elder,7th grader
207. 51 or"., Fl. 32091: Intends NOTIFIED that the administration CARRIE Deceased.WHITTY. FRAZIER Wyoming 82601. 'therefore, 'or by Shawn Robinson a 6th grader from
(e register old lletltloui -. of the YOU ARE NOTIFIED registered mall with Lawtey Elementary. The kids were ConservationComments
ATTORNEY FOR PER ...
that for
name under the. estate of CARRIE WHITTY SONAL REPRESENTATIVE an action return receipt given back the admission cost and 01
Dissolution of .
marriage quested.The
aforesaid statute. FRAZIER deceased File free and cokes as prizes. The
: MACK S. FUTCH. has been filed and you proposal shall bo popcorn
Doled this 13th day ol
Number P.O. BOX 1066 Starke.Florida bidsecurity students were very well behaved.
are required to serve a accompanied by
November I98O In 80-67-CPO-3237)( Is pending 32091. Telephone Our next dance will be Saturday
of writtendafonses In an amount
Stork*. Bradford County.Flo. In the Circuit Court copy your This wiltbe PASTURE FIREBREAKS. Timber
((904)) 964.5200. If any, to It, on not lass than five percent Feb. 17. Valentine the gym.
for BRADFORD County, and all and beef cattle are becoming
11/20 "'tchgI2/1'. the petitioner's attorneywhose ((5%) of the bid amount. our Dance production
lt/l34tpdl2/4 Florida Probate Division name and address Said security shall be In students in Bradford County, 8th two of the major enterprises In the

the address of Is 1.1. WOLBERT. the form of a certified grades and below are invited to at- South. With proper management
NOTICE OFINTENTION which Is Bradford County" IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF JR., P.O. BOX 1086. check or cashier's checkon they can be compatible. Pasture

Courthouse, N. Tempi THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL STARKE FLORIDA 32091 a solvent national or firebreaks can give protection to
TO REGISTER Avenue, Stark, Florida CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN Bid BondIn wild fire
on or before, December state bank: or a woodland from destructive ,
FICTITIOUS 32091. The personal AND FOR BRADFORD and file the In additional for
22. 1980 the form provided while providing grazing
NAME representative of the COUNTY. original' with the clerk of the Contract Documents Bradford Chapter livestock.

estate Is BOBBIE A.. CIVIL ACTION this Court before serviceon executed by the Bidder FFA News '. Pasture firebreaks are strips of fire
Pursuant to Section JOHNSON whose address Case No. 77.271.ELIZABETH .
Petitioners attorneyor and a qualified surely
They are
863.09 Florida' Statutes Is 7104 Wilson RODGERS The Bradford is retarding vegetation. practical
,
Immediately payable to the City of Chapter very proud enough to
large
where trees are
notice It ,.hereby given' ''Blvd' Jacksonville. as Trustee of the thereafter otherwise a .... Florida. of the FFA'er of the week. cattle
withstand soil compaction by
thai the undersigned' Florida. Th. name and Rodgers Trust Number
This week's
honoree is Randy Merrltt -
will be entered
The Owner reserves
CARL D. address of the Plain judgment (pine trees should be at (least three i
MINX. 109 N. personalr.presentotlv.'s One as Assignee' demandedIn the right to require the the chapter president. Randy Is
Temple A.... Star..... Fl attorney tiff vs GEORGE the petition. successful Bidder to file the ion of Air. and Mrs. Homer Hart years old). The strips should be at
32091 sole owner doing are st forth WILLIAMS and LILLIE BELL least 30 feet wide when located
WITNESS my hand and proof of his ability to and lives on a small farm In New
business' below his woodland property boundaries
ai CULLIGAN : WILLIAMS wife the seal of this Court on properly' finance and execute River where he has about 10 head of parallel to
WATER All A. MARKS al.. and least 50 feet wide within
CONDITION CO. persons having MARIE at November 1..1980. the prol.ct.tog.h.r at
and
hogs 50 head of that lie
of Stark. Intend to claims 0' demands Defendants. Gilbert S. Brown As with his recordof well cows woodlands. Areas such as utility right
manages as as a 2-acre fishpond.
register laid flctlllouiname against the estate are NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY of are excellent locations.
Clerk of the Court By: successful completionof This ways
past summer Randy cropped 1
under the required. WITHIN THREE establishedthe
provisions Pasture firebreaks are
The
Beulah Moody, a.D.pu. similar prelects.
acre of okra 2 acres of butter Deans
of aforesaid MONTHS FROM THE TO: George Williamsand The land
ty Clerk. Owner reserves the right same as new pastures.
statute. DATE OF THE FIRST llllle Bell Williams, V4 acre of peas and ,4 acre sweet seedbed
11/20 tchq 1211.INVITATION. to waive Informalities In should be cleared a good
Dated this PUBLICATION OF THIS wife 1205 corn. Aside from all of his home
6th day of his Graver pro- limed and fertilized according
and
bid to reject| any prepared
November A.D. 1980 In NOTICE to file with the Street Starke. Florida. or any all bids, or to reodver- jects, Randy works in the"MoonlightEnterprises" to soil test results and seeded to
Bradford County. 11/6 clerk of the above court YOU ARE HEREBY TO BIDDERS Use Award will be madeto feed store and attends and
4tchg 11/27. o written statement of NOTIFIED that on action Notice I. hereby given school on a full schedule. Randy has adapted pasture grasses that
the lowest responsible Cool plants stay
season
any claim or demand to foreclose a mortgage that the City, of Stark. Bidder. The successful been a member of FFA for 3 years legumes. winter and early springare

NOTICE OFINTENTION they, may hove. Each on the following property Florida, will receive Bidder ta whom the Con and In 2 of those years he has been on green over
claim must be In writing In Bradford sealed bids In the City, most effective.
County tract has boon awarded the Livestock judging team 1 year as should be fertilized
firebreaks
TO REGISTER and must Indicate the Florida: Council' Chambers, City shall sign the ContractAgreement. the Parliamentarian. Randy plans to Pasture
FICTITIOUS basis for the claim the Allot Lot 12 of Block I Hall, Starke. Florida Performance continue with FFA in his senior year and managed similar to other
NAME name and address of the of Nat Williams Subdivision 32091 until 10:00: o'clockon and and In pastures. They should not! be overgrazed
Bond Payment pursue a career agriculture.
Pursuant to Section creditor or his agent or In Northwest the 13th day of however sufficient grazing
Bond and other required During Randy's first of Ag
B6S.09, Florida Statutes attorney, and the Quarter of Southwest December. 1980 for the certificates In he applied for three years proficiency should be assure to avoid build-up of
notice Is hereby given amount claimed. If the Quarter (NW '/. of SWVi' ) Construction of the and flammable dried grass.
return
sextupllcated awards: (1) Ag sales and service ((2)
that the undersigned claim Is not yet due, the of Section 22. township 6 Streets and Drainage Improvements. the signed documents and ; Pasture firebreaks may be an alter

ALAN T. LEITH OR date when It will become South Range 22 East. Then all within ten ((10)days after Fish Wildlife Management and native to plowed or disked firebreaks

MARGARET RYAN. Route due shall be slated. If has been filed againstyou bids will be publicly the date of their receipt.' ((3)) Swine Production. especially when more area for

4. Box 1402 Storks. Fl the claim Is contingent or and you are required opened) read aloud and Plans Specifications Randy has been very active as a livestock grazing is needed. For more

32091: Joint owners, do- unliquidated the natureof to serve a copy of your recorded. and other. Contract leader in the FFA holding the positions information and assistance in planning

Ing business' as the uncertainty shall written defenses. If any The above construction Documents are on file of president for 2 years, attended these types of firebreaks contact

GOODIES UNLIMITED be stated. If the claim Is to It, on the plaintiff's attorney will be located In the and be examined at Regional leadership school for :2 the Bradford Soil and Water Conser.

Rout 4. Box 1402 .secured the security whose name and Northeast area of the City the may office of the City yean and state once. He has attended vation District at 964-6280 ext. 289.

Stark. Fla 32091.: Intends shall be described. The address I. Robert G. of Starke. Florida. Clerk, Starke, Florida state convention twice and has just

to register said fictitious claimant shall deliver Cochran Esquire, Post This protect consists of and at the office of lessen returned from National Convention.On .
name under the sufficient copies of the Office Box 1531. Tampa the construction of approximately !. Hammock SRuckman Randy's trip to the National 1

provisions of aforesaid claim to the clerk to Florida 3301 and file the 1500 feet of ,..Inc.. Consulting Convention he started with a bus tour

statute. enable the clerk to mail original with the clerk. of new pavement 6550 and Design in Mobile Ala., then on to St. Louis

Dated this 13th day of on. copy to each personal the above styled, court on square feel of resurfacing Engineers 2000 Corporate and Kansas City where the conven. .

November A.D. 1980 In representative.All or before December 27. one ditch crossing Square tion was held Wednesday Friday at. r
Bradford' County. '11/13 persons InterestedIn 1980: otherwise a judge 2160 lineal feet of e-lnch Boulevard.-Jacksonville. tending workshops the
the estate to whom be '...adagaln.t main with relateddrainage leadership /ruille9ar
41 ment water
.. .... may .n and
.tchgI2/ Florida. 32216. Plans "American Royal" (a rodeo and
of this Notice of Ad. for the relief and -
copy you aI" b.purcha.ed "' c
Specifications may livestock show) and listening to ,
has bn the The ,
ministration demanded In com purtenances. City, .
NOTICE OF from Bessent many guest speakers such as Art REALTYPHONE
mailed ore required plaint or petition reserves the right to
:! Ruckman
INTENTIONS Hammock A
Llnkletter Hank Aaron and the .
WITHIN THREE MONTHS WITNESS hand and to .
S ... REGISTERv., ..' my ,award a contract or Inc.." for tie sum of'
'FROM THE DATE OF THE' .the seal I of said Court on ,,.re-advertise, whichever) Secretary Agriculture* Bob *. 'OFCICILIA
.:._.,__FICTITIOUS.qr TlRSUftUtLICATION OF; er ., '"' refundable': l 1mI'Ildlld.--- '-:- AI.
,._..J e !44aV.reb.r I i.4.eeap0 "ay-I>o In-Its Biertfl| -. 'r 964-7776
:'. -,,;. Joht '] .. THIS NOTICE. to file any Clerk Circuit Court. Byl "*. tor." CITY COUNCIL OF THE Before returning home. Randy at.

Pursuant to Section objections they may Beulah M. Moody Deputy This project| Is to be CITY OF STARKE. tended the Grand 'Ole Opry'In TERWILLSGAR 205 N. Temple. Starke f
have that challenges the Clerk. financed totally by a Nashville Tenn. .>..
B65.09, Florida Statutes, FLORIDA. .
notice Is hereby given validity of the decedent's 1l/204tchg 12/11 faderal grant from the 11/27 3tchg 12/11. Wayne". Douglas. Broker-Salesman

that the undersigned' Telephone''........3

GEORGE. GOETZMAN Wf .
SIar..... FI 32091: sole (
owner doing businessas QOOD 1\1\ (

GOETZMAN CON-
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STRUCTION CO.. SIar..... oLb-FAShioN ct 1 .r JI

Flo,4 32091.: Intends to .

'Register name under, sold the fictitious provisions .kf '

of aforesaid. DEALS) 'L ESTATE
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Dated this 17th day of FlORsUUiDREM.TV
November A.D. 1980 In BTTC IT

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4tchg lltll...' # i r Bradford Villas Bessent Road Stsrke. Fla. A nice place

R seta e. Phone'.....7700 Happy lo live. At prices you can live with The townhouses offera

393 N. Temple Avenue 1 beautiful, secure maintenance free life, style. Charm ,,

wU.nit SHOWCASE.PROPERTIEi.II FOR RENTS REALTOR -O'' IS'8'(' comfort and quality describe. the 2BR I'/. B brick veneer

I .1 bedroom, 1'/. bath registered collectivemembership ) homes which feature a Great Room, efficient kitchen.
C..
I I $3B7.SO. cabinets and closets galore..luper energy .a.lngln.ula.
carter ;t\ tria'tk"", I" Thanksgivingf tion...Cash In on our pro-construction prices...Your

large 2-story house. 9 which may be used only( ,1 townhouse can .be customized to suit your Indl.ldu.llly.Mo".II. .

Box '338Key.tone "bedroom 4 baths, within by real estate professionals -! Is reedy" NOW. Shown .by appointment only.

Hgto 32650 city St. Rd. U last. who .' aUHul f i S BOND MONEY 11'/r% will not'last forever-Looks better 1 i
members of the NA-- ,
cd ( Roblirts eeeaeHours all the time for those that can quallfyl
473-4903 TIONALASSOCIATION 1 E3RERLTY
with 'lake access, :3
SPECIALS/
REALTORS"' 'and '
I BR, 1 bath fireplace and OF EUostwoad Dr. 3 IR 2 B. $30.000. Reduced
Real Estate / ( t I 9T,4SOESRIALTOR'U panel carpet
.I subscribe to Its"str : )
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KIYSTONI ARIA lots of other features.1.6s
.New brick 3 IR 28 1600 sq. ft. CHIA. In city.
''I Code of Ethics.ICUARK.
BRADFORD COUNTY: '\IJ,? 01 J .Nearly new 3 BR I'/.B. Pork wood Sub. $32.000. Reduced

986'N. Temple I acre lot sonedtrailers. ,'' t'I111"I .407 Milton Terrace-nearly now-many OKtras$31,000.
.MH (tl Sunrise Pork. lake ,I 'JI r
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o HANDYMAN SPECIALS
.access. .fenced $ 500.00. .ell ,1321.Lafayette Across from WishboneI .
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1 F To t ? 38R A 1 acre Wilson Road reduced $13,100.
of
& GIORGBROSERTS-erok.r. \ farm with lots Apartments Rent
r I ( '606 W. Adklns-House a SO M 100' lot $12.100.
Hamesltea' In Bradford .barn, stalls also fruit
ASSOCIATES Office For Rent
}f'. i I' Space '414 W. Adklns frame 4 BR 1 1'1.B $13.90N). Owner fin.
_, J' Weekends and Evenings Call County near lake.. 4000. trees.Ivenlngsi.
621 W. Adklns 2 $18))
Ill-carport-fenced 000.
Richard Roberts. '.....14". Ann Godwin.'.....5." .2B* IB. frame 'In town 15000. 1.000 down.

( Patsy Sllco.'.....6579 Norman nodding.9e4-19e4 .10 acres In B..tlf.t1I! Please call .3 I* 2 Ba C/B house, very 'large outside building lessen PREFERRED Plo".nu

+ John R. Smith 944-4217 County. $1100 per ecre, Vernle Odom Broker Rd.. *Crystal lake homesltes-IBR PP, guest house.S3l.000.

HOMES -STARK! 6"/Phone 9445474.Pearl ,.3 IR 1% Ba, C/B house, 'large lot, Orange Street. Must 14 Ac. Brawnloe Rd. Col. home, barn, stream $*4SOO.
{ '3BR. IB. frm garage, O'xlOO' lot-Collins PI.Frame .. lake lot Keystone aree.l. I Andrews ......7". I I' see. Beautiful lake Geneva 300' .beach, 4 homes-Own. fin.

.home en 2 lots with Ghou.Wolnut St. $9X10 and. a p. "' .2 or I BR I Be Laura St. garden spot house completely *404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely f urn. opts. Owner fin.

.3BB. 2.. brick nice laM04 lafayette. .: remodeled.e3 .. .Home a J acres In Breaker 151.400

'2BR. IB, Block. Fenced 625 Plneweed Dr. IR 2!Ba, Central H/A, large parch rsc. ream an 1 acre *2-Story Classic' antebellum. I acre 34000.
.3BR. Hi.... Hock nice 1320 Searing St. alpt] Bryan Real Estate \ In City. *CS ranch on Rd 1001:$35.000.

i, Small .home, rental Investment, low price-Cherry" St. 310 W. Call $, 9645231OPEN .3 IR 1 Ba, large beautiful Green Acres. Terms. 1241 Johns Drive, swimming pool. thirties.Home. .

.Frame .home. 3IRIB clean a neat-Pratt St. m I .2 story Putch house, next to .... Past Control', can be whshp-Rd.IOOW 3 IN, CrllA. FP. patio $3'.500.

F .Frame .home, good location, 9IR.2l-Park Piece. (Cor. US 301A Call St.) LD FOR BREAKFAST home, or some type commercial nice size lot. *J BR 21 Ranch CH4.A 12A far ...".n..d.Z2S-S63.S00. tq

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'1 OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES MONDAYFRIDAYSp.m.: SATURDAY 912tVonhigs nook .In this newly '1 acre with 3 BR I Ba. Green house, Wilson Rd. '2.4A-S23S septic well pump pole/portable shsds.

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Largo lot 2 mobile, fcemes. -tampson Lake. M.Frame. ROAD 2 BR" ", ,,,. on. 2 Acres Terms.sAp.rtment" .13 acres :391 I Morgan Rd. Owner finance $$39.000.

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on the run,carrying the ball yards to the errant throw "I had him sacked" defense. Instead of going goal line". the BHS score going 46 yards with
the Pirate 48. the BHS defensive end hollered as he Nurse answered. "We didn't think Flagler, who led all rushers with 112
Later after Fernandina had closed joined Bradford's sideline celebration they'd run inside where we were stripes, carrying for gains of 18, 9, 9,
the gap on a 46 yard bomb from Clark's kick was again true and weakest and we could cover the out and 5. A Williams-to-Tyler.look-in
Adrian Williams to Melvin Tyler but BHS led 14-6. side and the passing game better in pass went for 12 yards to the 21, first
botched the extra point to still trail BUS held on as Emmett Watkins our base defense. We just happened to and 10. Then Flagler broke loose
7-6, BHS preserved the 1-polnt lead recovered a fumble at the Tornado 6 be in the right defense at the right again, but at the 6, after gain of 15,
with its pass defense allowing to end one major scare, Sparks ran In time." he lost the ball and Watkins a
Williams just one completion out of 4 front of Tyler to pick off a Williams And Reddish came through when grabbed it for Tornadoes.
attempts In the final 3 minutes of the pass at the BHS 18 and short-circuit needed. On its next possession Fernandina
half Thomas hammered Tyler as the another threat, and finally,after BHS Bradford's goal line stand came threatened again taking over at the
ball arrived to break up one reception had fumbled at its 3D to give the after Bradford initial score. Fer BHS 43 and moving to the 27 as
and Rehberg nailed Williams as he Pirates their scoring opportunity with nandina accepted the kickoff and us- Flagler went for 10. But Williams
threw to nix another pass. BHS was 7:00: left, Reddish came up with his ing its stable of running backs marched went to the well again, looking for
up! by 1 as the teams made way for the game-saver on the 2-point try 86 yards to first and goal at the Tyler and this time Sparks stepped in
halftime Homecoming festivities. "Any kind of scouting report will BHS 7. Fullback Anthony Linder front to make the Interception at the
The winning score came only 1:30: tell you they're going to look for the fought for 3 yards to the 2 but then, Tornado 18. i i UI UIrt'
into the second half as Tornado tight end on that play," Hurse said of BHS backed the Pirates up, Reddish The game was now In the fourth
linebacker Mark Crews picked off a the conversion try. "They had done threw Okie temps back for a yard quarter and BHS chewed some time
hurried Williams pass on Fernandina the same thing at Bishop Kenny and loss and an offsides penalty moved up as Jordan twisted off left tackle for
's third play after the kickoff and thrown a little ol dinky pass to the Fernandina back to the 8.The Pirates 6 yards and a first down and then
sprinted 59 yards clear for the score. tight end." And how to defense that optioned the left side but end Bruce made a juggling catch of a late pitchout -
It was Rehberg who had draped tactic Rehberg crashed in on the quarterback by Goodge. Hurse wore a pain
himself over the quarterback forcing "We lined up in a 50, our baseBruce ..' forcing an early pitch and Vin- ed expression as he saw the ball tum-
cent Sibley was swallowed up for justa ble around Jordan's hands but the 1
yard gain by Sparks and Charley next play went even worse. An inside
yn- 4 Brown On fourth and goal from the veer exchange bounced off Paradu's
seven Williams,who had earlier spot- hip and Pirate Jerry Rowland made r +
ted Tyler for 25 yards to get the his second recovery of the night set
Pirates close looked for the tight end ting up the visitors at the Tornado 39
this time but cornerback Brian with exactly 7 minutes left.
Thomas swatted the pass away and Fernandina stayed on the ground 12
Fernandina was turned back. times to take the ball in. BHS
The Pirates did score as the game toughened near the goal line with ,
wound Into the second quarter driv- Dale Buchanon flooring Demps at the w w
ing 82 yards for the tally. 41 of the fir line of scrimmage on first and goal .w.--- r1 +ti. wfk+rnmten VW
51 stripes came on the ground from the four. Flagler hurdled the
dangerous tailback Terrence Flagler: middle for 3 but on third and goal Crews Draws a Bead
was shown for the first time and pick- from the 1 Demps was stacked up at Linebacker Mark Crews made the catch on this Interception and raced' 5t)
ed up gains of 8.5 and 4 before being the half yard line by Reddish and yards for the TD that put 1111$ ahead 11-6 Friday night. .
nailed for a 2 yard loss by a charging' company. Finally on fourth and goal It was Bruce Rehbcr. number 61 [In the background Unit hurried the Pirate
Etheridge. Fernan- Flagler took a pitchout and swept quarterback (behind Crews) into the wobbly pass.Men's .
Rehberg Kevin lIelllU.h dina then changed things up with the right. end to get in.
bomb. Williams shot the aerial into The touchdown gave Fernandina a
the end zone and Tyler ran away from last flicker of hope but Reddish's sack
Tornadoes of the Week 2 BHS defenders and under the ball snuffed that out. Flag FootballIt
for a 46 yard scoring play. The Pirate Even the last 1:08 was interesting
I kick was missed though and BHS still though, as Bradford tried to kill the was light season-ending week in pass from Jackson Prevatt lo Gene
hand in of the big
hud some
Reddish and Bruce Rehberg a
Senior Kevin junior the Starke Recreation
led 76. clock after Sparks gloved the onsides Department'smens Melvin. A couple of plays later Saints
gest plays in Bradford High's 14-12 season ending win over Fernandina Beach flag football league as two quarterback Jeremiah, Johhon and
BHS punched right back Watkins kick attempt. First the BHS coaches
Week awardfor
of the
last week and with their performance share the final Tornado returned the ensuing kickoff 20 yards were told Fernandina had no time games were forfeited Kitchen's Dale Haas collided, a flag
the 1980 football season Jordan swiveled through a gaping outs left before an official corrected LWCI forfeited to the Music Men, was dropped for offensive charging,
Reddish came up with the game-saving play on the Pirates try for a tieing giving the MM machine an and Johnson argued the call and (hen
Pirate hole for 17, and Randy Parado veeredfor himself to say the Pirates had 2 remaining -
point conversion to cap a 13-tackle night. 3 times Reddish dropped run gains of 10 and 6 yards Trickery Then both clubs jumped off undefeated season and the league title walked off the field. The Saints didn't
ners behind the line of scrimmage. Watkins started in the have enough players to finish so KT
gained 17 more stripes as sides and a minor scrap
Mark Crews stole and carried all
played a big role In the interception Second place Kitchen's Tile also
Rehberg got the easy win.
ernandma threw a halfback pass Teston as the middle of the line. The coaches and
the way in for the winning score. Rehberg had put the wraps on the Pirate 23. But the Tornadoes fumbled referees pried the combatants apart was handed a victory when I.uwtey Both the Music Men and Kitchen'swill
quarterback to force the bad toss. Earlier, when three or four Tornadoes gang- Saints refused to finish the game aftera take part in the District Tournament ,.
veer exchange over to Fernandina with BUS drawing an
a
he tried to field a Rehberg caught the ball on the reboundand felon '
tackled Pirate punt call.
be
a as disputed to played the weekend of
and had to settle for the thin 1-point cedure penalty. After Goodge
end also contributed 4 ,
9 yards into Fernandina territory. The junior KT had taken 6 0 lead
ran advantage at intermission. the ball on fourth down to run the last a on a 20 yard December 5-7 in Maiclenny!
while center on offense.
tackles playing Crews came up with his 59 yard interception second out there was more pushingand
TD to give BHS more shoving but nothing erupted.
We didn't have an end on that side before the season started but Bruce cameon CHRIST LUTHERAN
breathing room. .
about midway through the season and really filled in that gap" Mead Coach Poroondino' 0 0 0 0 19
The Pirates who totaled 252 yards .
David Hurse said of .....d 70'0. MOoodoo
Rehberg.
rushing and out-total-offensed BHS .> 41 li run(CI..k kick' > CHURCH
kids the best had all
Ilurse added that "a lot of probably played they
year. 352 yards to 195, marched again' after t.'.'..44 7d.....f,...Willi...(kick lollod)
.. Crow 001d.. Interception rorum(Clark hick)
/' loglor' I yd. run(,....."...) Pastor Glen Schmiega 472-2419

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Cribbs of Starke was the winner in the final and the l\n'chigan win over Ohio St. ..,.-, cmpl...*..'lor ,...0
Telegraph Football Contest of this season winning the$25 Three others. Elva Hampton Jr., Carol Milner (a 7 .rerun,.ydt.. 21
first price by correctly predicting 10 of the 12 games. previous winner), and Eugene D. Blye all got 9 of the 12 t m.U pwiM M ..yd.... 1."in.' Keystone Lion's Club
Mary missed only the Clemson upset of South Carolina right to lust miss. ..t ......,...'lot* I.t
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Florida State Prison inmate, Agan then turned to assistant State' could kill him a dozen times,"Dewitt
already serving a life sentence for Attorney Tom Elwell and said "I'm says in his confession. "I just wantedto ''Because I figure I can beat the chair took place am going to kill that inmate,"
first degree murder was sentenced goin..to get you,I'm still going. to beat torture him and make him suffer." this way but I know if I go to the jury, reading a said In the report. "You have
Monday, Nov. 24, to die In the electric Judge Green after hearing the confession I'll get the chair." In a jugular me. You have just prolonged
chair by Circuit Court Judge RA. him.He!!was referring to another FSP In- questioned Agan. Agan told the court he understoodthat neck. An
Green, ,Jr., after pleading guilty to mate he told the court. he would like to "You didn't think much of Dewitt he might get the chair anyway."I that the the 1978 incident, Agan was
stabbing to death another inmate. kill. did you," Green said. don't believe that will happen" and had to in confinement, a more
Judge Green sentenced James Elwell asked for the death penalty Agan said. Records $200."I area. When he got out, he
Agan 52, to die In the electric chair In the case as he read to the court ."No, and I don't think much of his Green then asked Starke Attorney notice of placed In the same wing as '
for the stabbing death last Sept. 29 of from a 36-page confession Agan madeto partner either and I want to get a life Mack Futch, Agan's court-appointed Dewitt was according to prison records.
fellow inmate Dana Dewitt because of the Grand Jury that indicted him sentence so I can get back and get attorney If he believed Agan knew disciplinary argued that the Department
a two-year grudge.. recently. In that confession,Agan admitted -' him," Agan told the court. what he was doing? Futch replied fight should bear some of
"It's no big deal," Agan said as he stabbing Dewitt because of a That statement to the court was yes. pointed out responsibility for Dewitt's death
was being fingerprinted after receiv- made after Green asked him why he Prison records show the. murder for pilfering of the 1078 threat by Agan.
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37-year-old rural 34-year-old Lake Butler woman wheel came off an axle,causing a
Keystone
most exciting news In financial growth of our community It means
Heights man was found dead In his was arrested Wednesday, Nov. 5, for truck to go.out of control, strike a
circles: Guaranty Federal has be- that we can supply the money to
automobile near ,the Keystone embezzling money from a Town of tree, and then overturn, Thursday .
of Fortune build and offer
Heights Cemetery, at 11:19: p.m., Alachua convenience store, accor- Nov. 6, at 2:15: p.m., on CR-18, Sty come port federal. new homes
ding to Alachua Police Department miles southwest of Starke with $600 It new products and services as
Monday, Nov. 10, of a nelMnfllctedgunshot Is a great moment for all of
wound, according to the record damage and no Injuries. us and for the entire community they become available
Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- Police records show Alice' Faye Florida Highway Patrol records We are now one With our new name, a
ment. Demember was charged with grand show a 1973 Ford truck operated by
billion dollars and colorful new look. and afresh
theft after the Majik Market store Frank Bennett, 40, of Starke was strong
Lloyd Thornton, Keystone Heights, going
of the 100 of adventure,
one top associations spirit
reported $2,500 of store left
was found dead on Cemetery Road In money'wasnot east on CR-18 when the front
his car, according to a report filed by deposited In the store's account at wheel ran off the axle. The truck then In the country. we're going to spread
Lt. Glen A. Moore. the First National Bank of Alachua: ran into the north,shoulder, went out With this new strength i wlngsond beevery-
Thornton was a building contractor, Demember was released from the of control,struck a tree and overturn- we can make a where you could ever
was born in Lake City and had come. Alachua County Adult Detention ed.No er contribution grearttftII wont us to beFORTUNE .
to the Starke-Keystone Heights area Center on a recognizance bond after citations were Issued by TrooperW. s
four years ago from Houston, Texas. she agreed to appear In court. to M. Abrams after he conducted an ..
He served In the U.S. Marine Corps. answer; the charge against her, Investigation.
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Starke, Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 8:12: -
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vehicles involved and no one injured.
Police report showed a 1967 Ford I Formerly Guaranty Federal
sedan operated by Robert Joseph
Rhoden, 30, of Starke, was stopped at ::
the stop Ford sign sedan at the Intersection,whena I I. ll CUC3 R A L Savings and Loan Association
pll 1967 driven by Arthur L.
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other vehicle struck the stopped vehi- '
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No citations were Issued by';'. Including all former Guaranty Federal offices
Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson after he Gainesville 220 N. Main Street :3301 W. University Avenue, 5270 N.W. :34th Street: Keystone Heights-Lawrence Blvd
conducted an investigation of the and Sylvan Way:Lake Outlet.175 W. Main S:reef- Stork.:093 W.Madison; Clearwater Beach.473 Poinsettia Avenue
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I Apes Contm 'es _Delay; IT-Jun Court-M i *' Adated Inmate Reduction at FSP' I


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Acting Friday, Nov. 21, the First Friday; Nov. 21, there were 993 In- The brief pointed out authorities The appeals court indicated It justice. In September that panel unrealistic since only 609)( prisoners
District Court of Appeals In mates in FSP when the appeal was have added 13 correctional officers at would expedite a final decision on the recommended the population at FSP would be kept In confinement and
Tallahassee blocked a court. made to the district appeals court to FSP and DOC has asked for an addi- case. be reduced from 1.122 to 750. It was another 150 inmates are needed to
mandated reduction In inmates at ,continue the extension of time. tional 22 correctional officers. Officials Three civil law suits challenging after this report-was made public that perform basic services for the prison.
Florida State Prison until the case is A brief from the Florida attorney have ordered, according to the conditions at the maximum security Judge Green issued the order to DOC The state also contends that the size
settled. general's office in behalf of DOC con- brief,for a shakedown of cells to con- prison have been filed during the past to reduce the population. of Inmate population hasn't been linked
The District Court of Appeals, tended, further reductions would, fiscate weapons after one correc- five months in Bradford County.After In the brief to the District Court of to the conditions charged In the'
which had already given the Depart- create extreme security risks to cor- tional officer was killed and'another numerous hearings, Judge Green ap- Appeals, attorneys for DOC contend lawsuits.
ment of Corrections a 45-day exten- rections officers and to the public wounded last month: pointed a panel of experts on criminal that Judge Green's figures are
sion to obey a circuit court order to alike. .
reduce the Inmate population, acted The appeals court agreed, pointingout i
Friday to continue the extension until a drastic shift of hundreds of inmates -

the court appeal.makes a final ruling on thestato's exacerbate from FSP to problems other Institutionsmay at the UCI. Inmate Files 'Suit To Nullify Punishment I IAn

Judge' R.A. (Buzzy) Green Jr. of receiving prisons without necessarily '
Assistant General
the Eighth Circuit,In a Oct.3 ruling In solving those at the prison. alleged plot,a bugged telephone authorities after a hearing.The placed In the state prison he escaped Thomas Tedcastle Attorney filed a brief in
conversation, and an illicit tape are inmate received Correctional Institutionand
suit The also a disciplinary from Lake
a charging violence ruling pointed out that
constitutional conditions and un- DOC Is correcting some of the the subject of a law suit filed by a report which could adversely affect was given additional time, DOC behalf of the Department of Corrections ,,
at FSP problems
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Union Correctional Institution inmate his parole, and was given in stating the conversation was
30-days records show.
ordered an FSP at FSP, and that a slower
population reduction pac- .
from 1,122 to 750 ed inmate transfer has begun. seeking to nullify punishment. confinement. Records show Pires With the help of Florida Insitutional monitored on an extension phone and
by Oct. 13. .
Prison records show the incident forfeited 90 days of gain time time off Legal Services, also known as the was legal.
began last May 1 when inmate Gary for good behavior, and was transferred project, Pires has filed a Tedcastle, In his brief, did not men-
CO Denied Pires made a phone call to his girlfriend to Florida State Prison, the lawsuit to nullify the punishment. tion the existence of a tape recording.
Union Change Belinda Bell, who lives near state's maximum security unit. Pires' attorney, John Middleton, Middleton filed a copy of a statement
UCI. Pires was alleged to have given Pires,29, was sentenced in Brevard pointed out that illegally obtained filed by four UCI employees that
Bell instructions where to pick him up County in 1977 to 15 years for evidence cannot be used in a referred to a tape of the conversation
I AFSCME Agent Says; outside the prison on May 5. burglary. Not long after Pires was disciplinary hearing.was between Pires and his girl friend.
Records also show May 5 came and

went Pires.without an escape attempt by Doug Koehler Draws 5 Years in Prison '

8 Point Contract PursuedPresident Seven days later Pires received a 'I

disciplinary report in which prison of For His Part in Randall Moore Murder ;
Doug Spears of the The power of arrest along with the ficlafs charged the Inmate with an attempted
AFSCME local chapter 2848 told this rest of state law enforcement person- escape. Pires had a first ap- ,>
paper. Friday, Nov. 21, that an attempt nel.Full pearance before Union County Judge Doug Koehler, 30, of Hampton was borrowed'by the Koehlers.A to the CCSD that Moore made his way
by the Police Benevolent seniority credit for time atten- A.L. Driggers. The state attorneys sentenced to five years in state prisonin spokesman for the Clay County into the mobile home after he was
Association to take over representation ding educational programs. office did not prosecute, according to circuit court In Green Cove Springsfor Sheriff's Department received Infor- shot,' Deborah McKinney, 26, and ,<;f
of the correctional officers work-' Spears told this paper that the local prison records. tampering with evidence in a mation from Dale Koehler where the Beverly Forsyth, 15. were inside the
ing In the state's prison was denied represents 350 of the area prisons cor- Pires was punished by prison murder case Wednesday, Nov. 12. weapon had been hidden. Officers trailer at the time of the Incident.
when the Florida Public Employees rectional officers. Koehler was sentenced by Circuit went to the location indicated by McKinney went next door to reportthe
Council turned down a petition. from Spears feels society owes the cor- Semi Changes Lanes, Judge Lamar Weingeart in connection Dale, but could not find the weapon. shooting to authorities and a
PBA last Oct. 24. rectional officer a respectable salary Car 301A with the shotgun slaying of Ran- Further investigation revealed that rescue unit was dispatched to the
on
Spears stated the application by commensurate with the responsibilities Taps dall Moore last July 10, after he pled George Koehler, brother of the two trailer.
PBA showed that group representedabout and risks involved In delivering car was struck as a tractor- guilty to tampering with evidence in arrested men, had removed the Moore was transported to Orange
4,000 law enforcement officersIn this vital service to the forgottenman trailer rig changed lanes on US-301 the case. firearm on the instruction of the Park Hospital where he was pronounced
the state, mostly members of the of today's society the correc- 100 feet south of Georgia Street in Doug, through his Attorney.John Public Defender's office In Starke. dead on arrival.
Metro Police Department in Miami tional officer.He front of the Bradford County Cour- Kopelousos of Orange Park,pled guilty The shotgun was turned over to The Koehler brothers went to the
and Dade County. outlined one of the past problems thouse at 7:10 p.m. Monday, Nov. 24. to a lesser charge of tamperingwith Clay County authorities last July 14. Jail In Starke Friday, July 11, and confessed -
PBA In this area represents the that a newly promoted Murray Wilson 44, of Gainesvillewas evidence because he had hidden Witnesses to the shooting reported to murdering Moore.
Starke Police Department and the sergeant several years ago made not injured but damage to the the gun used in the slaying of Moore. .IIiIiIBElI!! !! "-- -- ....--
Alachua County Sheriff's Depart more money than a sergeant with two 1978 Pontiac sedan he was drivingwas His brother, Dale,21, also of Hampton ------
ment. years of service. estimated at $200. was sentenced Friday, Oct. 31, to
Spears Indicated a petition by PBAto Spears pointed out the union addressed Ronald Lee Webster, 23, of Birm- serve 15 years in state prison by
have PERC hold a public hearingwas this question with the DOC ingham, Alabama was not injuredand Judge Weingeart after he was allow- Dr. Manuel Maralit
also denied.He and the problem was corrected. there was no damage to the 1976 ed to plead guilty to murder in the se-
told this paper that negotiationsfor International Tractor he was driving. cond degree. General Practice
contract for correctional officersfor Red Light Ran, Both the car and tractor were head Moore was shotgunned to death as
the 1981-83 fiscal years was in the ed north in different lanes on US-301 he sat on the steps of his girl friend's
process of being negotiated.He Cars CollideA when the tractor started to change mobile home on Oak Avenue in Announces the New Hoursof
was in Tallahassee Nov. 24-25 to Keystone Heights woman was lanes striking the car in the left rear, Keystone Heights.
attend the bargaining sessions. charged with running a stop sign after according to the Starke Police Dale and Doug Koehler were charged His. Offices
Spears listed eight items that her car struck another car at the Department.No with the murder on July 11 after
AFSCME's Council is pursuing in the intersection of Washington and citations were issued after Lt. they turned themselves Into Bradford
negotiations for the new contract. Church Streets in Starke last Thur- M.L. Sibley investigated the mishap. County authorities. The Koehlers I Keystone Heights Nightingale St., 473-4712
They include: day, Nov. 20, at 10:21 a.m. were not even suspects In the case at .
Full recognition of law enforce- Frances Martin Tyer 39, of the time they gave themselves up to 9-12 Mon. thru Fri. except Wed.
ment personnel with correctional officers Keystone Heights was not injured but Car Found DamagedIn deputies at the Bradford County Jail Starke 142 W.; Call, 964-8206
on state law enforcement coun- damage to the 1977 Pontiac sedan she V-T Parking LotA in Starke. I
cil. was driving was estimated at $3,000. Authorities indicated Moore was 1-5 Mon. thru Fri. except Wed.
Pay equal to that of other law enforcement Myrtle Johns Alvarez 55, of Rt. 2, Fort White man's car was shot twice by a shotgun, once in the
agencies asking for an In- Box 113G, Starke, was not injured but damaged while It was parked at the abdomen and once In the chest. I
crease of three pay grades higher. damage to the 1977 Chevrolet sedan Bradford-Union Vocational Technical The weapon, a 12-gauge shotgun We accept Medicaid, Medicare and most Medical plans
Equivalency training with law enforcement she was driving was estimated at Center In Starke sometime Monday, belonged to Hampton City Coun- __
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personnel on a voluntary Nov. 24.James. cilman Charles (Chuck) Rowland and mGlll5li5llmmlIlmIBii5EiJIlIIII&iIIGJGiIiiII, : !
$250.The M. Jackson of Fort White
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and insignia comparablewith south on Church Street and the Pontiac returned to his car late Monday after-. -
other law enforcement personPositions"SeHeciareijrKazardous- was headed west on Washington, noon, Nov. 24, to find his 1979
nel. .' '-..when the Pontiac failed to stop at the American, Motors .sedan hade; ."""' ."'.'-" .. .." .. .
struck in lhe right front and the other''
and struck the Chevrolet
duty due to understaffingMwwwu. s"t *" stop sign in. *car left-the ,cea0aecr( '*/heI7: tJttIf1! ;.r .
The right to carry Weapons ort off the Police left Department.side, according' to the**.'Stark" *etti, ;,. '>Starke Police Deparrmbhtatl' "."'' 1MILt. -1 / i, [r : I

duty time for the protection of the Patrolman A.B. Sharp cited Tyer M.L. Sibley estimated damageto I
families of corrections personnel. for running the red light charge. the car at $250.I' .
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Butler where three physicians work Worthington of Worthington Springs I
A Worthington Springs teenagerwas
fatally shot Saturday, Nov. 22, in ed for 30 minutes trying to revive him, and his father is Fred Worthington of Welcomes Our INewProfessionals '
a hunting accident 5'a-mlles according to Bill Mulheron, Union Miami. t .
southeast of Lake Butler off Elan General Hospital administrator.? student Worthington at Lake was a Butler seventh Middle grade
Chapel Cemetery Road.
Worthington Is the son of Jewell S. School. -

Terry Alan Worthington, 13 of Wor-
thington Springs was squirrel hunting
with four other male youths when he
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number 6 bird shot in 2'4-inch shells.
Only ./one barrel accidentally >;
discharged, striking young Worthington
in the right chest area, exiting ,
near his spine, according to the
Union County Sheriff's Department THOMAS METALS ING.
report filed by Lt. D.L. Cochran.: ,

Worthington was taken by privatecar
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2 Slightly Hurt ding to the Florida Highway Patrol. Vernon Bradford of the DOC told

Lillian Russ, 65, Jacksonville, wife this paper the stabbing occurred aa
liappI News Briefs...... In Turning Accident of the driver of the Pontiac, and Inmate Kenneth Singleton was being

loo Lute '' Two persons were slightly injuredand Johnson sustained minor Injuries in escorted, hands cuffed behind his

a Jacksonville man was chargedwith 'the mishap, but did not require treat 'back, to the shower.

Train Hits Car. careless driving when one car ment at a hospital the FliP said. Bradford stated the inmate In the

I to Driver slowed to turn and was hit from RUBS was cited for careless driving next cell, Frentls T. Richardson,

Escapes behind Tuesday, Nov. 18,a mile northof by Trooper W.M. Abrams, investigating lunged at Singleton, hitting him in the

Classify.... Going around railroad' traffic Lawtey on US-301. officer left shoulder.

signals got a car hit by' a backing Damage to the two vehicles was Singleton is currently serving two

train, but the driver miraculously estimated at $2,600.A to 11
prison terms amounting years
Inmate StabbedOn
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escaped without injury. 1973 Pontiac operated by HenryH. from Duval County for possession of

William Noel Addison, 30, of Starke Russ, ST.. 70, Jacksonvlle, and a Way To ShowerAn burglary tools, burglary and grand
1971 VOLVO164.6c"I..AuioAlr. drove his 1978 Ford sedan around the driven
Ford by
1970 Joseph Johnson
Inmate at Florida State Prison larceny.Richardson.
H 1150. traffic control on Madison Street in 23, of Rt. 1, Box 366-C Lawtey, were ,, according to' DOC .
Inmate he
JANE S. USHER Call 964.S34S1tchg 11/27. Starke. The car was struck by a both headed south on US-301. John, was stabbed by another as records is serving two ten-year
his to take shower
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SHOTGUNS from 39.95 at Seaboard Coastline was
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Realtor A to Z Pawn Shop, backing down the tracks. failed to In time and struck the S-WIng, Saturday Nov. 15, at 6:45p.m.
stop bery and a 20-year term for sexual
964.8348. Itchg 11/27. $1,200 damage was done to the car. according to a spokesman for
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TWO ACRES near SR-100 FOR GOLD sterling I

near Keystone Heights Jewelry diamond, coins. CARPENTER' WORK

$300 down $6684 per Will visit your home Remodeling work kitchen I

month. Phone 473-4058 or anywhere. 376-9233. Mr. cabinet and trim

MAY HAVE MISSED THESE 473.4367 11/20 after 6 p.m. Rlttman.11/6 Phone collect ,.carpenter. Reasonable
YOU tlnchg tfnchg prlcel. Call Ed Dempsey at
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeyilone -- WE BUY used furniture, appliances 4732477. tfnchg 11/6

Heights, owner and aluminum ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS

financed 10 percent intertt. truck toppers Phone Closed meetings Monday 8

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST Lots on clear sand e73-4521.tfnehg 10/16 p.m. Open meetings, Fri
bottomed lake, priced to ROOMMATE Responsibleperson day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday
sell from 9000. One to to shore house on 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7
five lake lake $80 month plus
acres overlooking ; per p.m. All meetings In
(access available) with half utilities. 7S.7I1S. Educational
Building. Community
SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN nice trees from $3,500 tfnchg 11/13 Church tfnchg
I $500 down $50 a month. 11/6.

Commercial frontage- PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN
investment opportunity. e:5)m.;: ) TING and wallpapering
SR-21N. Owner-salesman.
Phone 473-2477. tlnchg
CLASSIFIED SECTION.
473.4375. llnchg 11/6 11/6

AKC DOBERMANS.Topquality FOR RENT PLUMBING REPAIRSLarryTeagut
only. You are I Invited Plumbing..

to visit 1 our kennels. 2BR HOUSE on lake 473-1513. tfnchg 10/23

47SIJ2B v Geneva. Completely fur CARPENTRY AND MASONRY"
The Sun's Classified section WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN
Shop 11/6 nished. Phone 4732455. WORK-bulld patios,
tfnchg
tfnchg 11/13 flreplacsi, additions.
TRUCK with
TOPPERS-SI99 MOBILE HOME SPACE-- remodeling homes and

36" side windows, with Keystone area .secluded. tile work Free estimates.Phone .

every day for great shopping values. bubble window 4734521.S229.8.0.I.y lakefront. $40 month. 473.4473 during day

116FEDDERS Bargains Phone Jax 725.8945. 2tpd or 7B2.3'106 alter S p.m.
tfnchg
11/20.27 4tpd 1161127I
3-TON A/C UNIT. 1.000 SQ. FT. STORE S30O Will CARE FOR YOUR

$300; 110-gallon fuel oil per month. Across from CHILD In my home during
tank and stand $43,
central new Post Office In Com- the day or after ichool."
oil 'furnace $50 Y.HP
APPLICATIONS tor p.,' end HAIRDRESSER IRONWORKER : m.rcial Circle. Phone Fenced back yard. Phone
full time employment ere now E.'one' Full or part.tlm*. E-Mper fenced In pre engineered' well pump with jet and ;21' 4732014. 473.2898.
being' taken .. oOOl Ntwbe/rry Good insurance benefit building system ;4lchg Kothy. 2tpd
Rd MCDONALD'S Call 373-raaM ; Don ..en 31Wtt.. l.ngthgalvanized pipe.S2S. 11/27-12/18 11/27-12' 1
Phone 473.3324.
ATTRACTIVE .00'''''''* Miesperson HOSTESS DAY Off NIGHT LEGAL SECRETARY 2tcfcg LAKC GENEVA HOME 2/1.'
Apply In person IW4 MUST HAVE CASHIER EX PCRIENCE. Prefer eMoarlence on Lanier I 11/20.27 >J fireplace, screened deck, MISCELLANEOUS
N W 131rt st .between l'c>12 Mon. Apply 3PM" 4PM Word Processor Salary, com. FARM EQUIPMENT-Bedder
thru F., Salary' commission ail NW 10th Ave nrtrnswate with ability 3764673LIVEIN kitchen equipped

DENTAL HYGIENIST. COUNSELOR, ..rt.tlm.. In COMPANION With 3 pi. Hkh. New Ground beautiful, sandy beach MINGO--AMERICAN LEGION
Private office Send resume to adolescent residential' l facility elderv couple: Prefer female disk plow. Excellent condl perfect location In town. MALI SR.21. Sat. 7 p.m..
Sun drawer A. D..'. P. 1793.OatnesvlHe. lien preferblifConnie* ft f ml- Includes room board Plus small lion. Phone 4732788. .
i / FL 3OM [ 37 yv99DWVIR salary References Call 52S49OOREMODELING $450 per month. 473.4903 Sunday :2.5 p.m. Public Invited

BOOKKEEPER' Per I time EMPERIENCEOCOCKTAIL Professional Itchg 11/27 or 473.7086 evenings. tlnchg 12/4
Experience preferred femlller/ Rmfaurartt waiters ERCHANOKRS Very experienced' only apply. FIVE ACRES plus septic tank 2tchg 11/27-12/4
with ell .wectt of bookkMOlntj To handle local Prefer /licensed .
waitresses for ironwood person Too do electric pole near
lr-.Mvs1..r
Including coal account Ing for Restaurant a Lounge Apply In Florida' .. far. good ,working condition WANTEDWANTED
Interview..pponim.n7777277.. person,:3'SP to Mr Utah Apply In person, 473-2788. Itchg 11/27
!
ANTIQUE BEDROOM SUITE, SALE HIGH SCHOOL GIRL

$223; Recliner $45.; Baby WANTED to assist l with,
crib, $22: Chest and MOBILE HOME -12x65 on
children outdoor
90'.120' fenced young in
drawers from $20: Dinette lot. Deeded
club/trip twicea ,
and lour chain, $35. access to two lakes. program
1 1974 M.. GRf MUN V .. ....19791E aulom.l/c."A"ON...e.lI.n'q'rIf 1970 SPRITE see to appreciate perfect condition.Musf Moving. Beasley Bargains, Completely furnished month. Must be dependable
6 cvllnuer.'.utofnana all good ; and:i.'I"fon.\ "300. Must must sell. ftTtoO 'ml.. 3"-..."" Keystone Heights have good
II'... I own. $1400 317 "7961" Cell Student 473-4921. llchg 11/27
GAS HEATER FOR small 473.7107 by owner.3tchg reference and excellent
'74 Caprice Classic 4m OOO ml CH""SL""IMPE..L. 197 CAPRI1Shadow.. air.. radio
air power .._''n./"' ...., nw 969.-condition ar. all eec sunroof. speed 4 cylinder. house. $160: gas stove, 11/13-11/27 character. Submit
tires/battery ft tune UP. ....1. trie Asking seOO Call 371"7. good) mileage good condition.Aklnq360O $45 machine with 24x65 MOBILE HOME on one resume with recent snap-
lent Jiaoo 377 TQM Studentl ask for John LNfrCeMECHANIC'S : Student.J7S-3933' ; sewing
cabinet $oO: refrigerator acre lot near rlalfmoon .shot photo to Planet

steering 7 6 MONTE' A brakes CARLO elec'rlc air power sunroof Granada 2OO, speed SPECIAL.!, 4 cylinder.. '71 CORVETTE.T.too.slats $120, woiher. SIOO., : dryer Lake. $16.993. Owner Earth Bon 88, Lake
.. locks M/OO or meet new front end 399 as I Is. Call Mark or Jimmy, 311._ $70. Beasley Bargains. financed low 'Interest.; Geneva Florida 32660.
best offer 374 4oia before noon Call Mike, _30M after 6 anvil.... .
473. S21. Itchg 11/27 473.26IS..ltpd 11/27 1 Itchg 11 27. .. __ _-
I9BOMONT6 CARLO TURBO W6 Dodoe Cor...... 24 OOO ml I vs.automatic 'TV "PINTO' WAGON ,." FIAT SPIDER Convertible.27OOO .
Air power terinii/brek, tint/ air. AM/FM white 4 weed 413 SO miles, new too a, Interior'
windows, wire wheel covert like welt power ....rlna/brakes. HARFREOAUTO ANN EK many extra In eMcellenf condition
new tAloo 3/3 tt2t a e. After ....lIen' condition' Very cleanSJM l*.a N Main' St WJOO or best offer. 397 7239,
6 Jo..a5re7s 374 _2 Student_ 3774373 3?.9BM keep trying Student

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HOME. 3 BR BY OWNER OECR RUN 99OO FOR SALE
/ partially turn uMUtv shed & BY OWNER l975PL4CHTRfE' a. assume "' .500 mort at llWfc. Deadline lor insertion FOR RENT
wiling' I mil from Campus 3 BR 2 Bath, cafifral air/heat, 3/2. flreplec, _a. fN/C/Mt./ 3car
Call "0".' 3/3-TMr SIO.9OO Verynice CatU367B7I2X6O / : garage corner lot.373636BV .. TUESDAY NOON OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP-
24)(60'
Thursday before' ( MOBILE HOME :3
I9TO I2KAJ SCHULTX preceding
3 R. !'" batlt*. needs torn Peru furnished' CHAMPION, cent 3 BR 3 ..,OWNER extras publication. PLIES CIFTSiSe.; Union bedroom 2 both central
repairs. UMO or best offer. Call /.1 very clean/ tttOO. U'.OOO" assumable mart. at 7*4% County Times open Mon heat and air. Furnished
Debbie 3765771 or 373.7047 Eves 37MOIfOR Call 'n..... after ten,__._..,__ Minimum charge S3 50. day and Tueiday 8,30 a.m. $263 month unfurnished .
1971 REMBRANT 13X40 fur.nistied SALE! OR TRADE 14.oO A VERY. clean 3 BR iv* bathmodular (Covert 15 Words). to 5 p.m.; Wednesday' per
window' air seal ne... mobile home 2 BR, cent etrheat home nice wooded lot Each word 1 15 $200 per month plus
new carpeting On Shady lonear turn Will trade for camper SwwVree 0.12.000. ........down no over doled. Thursday and Friday deposit, Hwy 241. Phone
campus MOOO 377 M94 _.?-..-.., owner financing 377 O2 78 closlriqCMle, By owner 376-S613 (I. 10 cents 8:30: a.m. till noon. 2821826. TFN 10 16
1977 Peachtree. "''''.3 BOO. Nit..ycolpped BR.oarllally furnished. dltoovjl BY in/'h be'. I.'oe Not responsible 'for errors 1961 IS Ft. TRAVEL TRAIIIH,
OvN OOmsapw .sOlacEner14.to8'tJ7571N511 HOUSE three bedroom two
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gent hID central heal A air mobile
aior/heat home park wllh pool and laundry 004. CLOY when given over the phoneor $800. 74 Chevrolet Pick-Up bath central heat and air
( ,; 4'r 26207 elief W.ion:mr
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4iooo
BY OWNER IN TRlN70NT ITB-423-7 am. when copy It not typed SHOO. Registered' Walker. refrigerator, fenced yard.
bs... CB. .oom":: /t. Ilving .... YELLOWSTONE. Travel TWO ACRES 10 the Oaks e/ BY OWNER! )B". Tbefh'n NW. and brought," to the office. puppies ISO. Contact Marvin Phone
erea D/nlno/ m ''v loomO7 Trader excellent condition' air. nldVali ". PIr..co.: dm e > car ar.o. ,490-3133. Itchg
with /heeler. 6 70K40 fe500t. O awning, fenced yard, solo shed :lots::: .1fg Cell, for Large uMIKv roam, backyards Crlllls 431.1205.2tpdll20 11 ,27.
3.c r e.. 1 4617 74..46J.12IOe .. 377 7194_ further lnformalion 377 1367 pool.1 54,9i0 Call, ]/ PERSONALSERVICES 11/Z7. '
BRICK HOME, on 1.2 acres. 3 HOUSE FOR RENT' fenced.

bedroom 2 bath, yard. 3 'rooms, available

fireplace,, carpeted 1.800 Dec I I. call 496 3936. llchgII

CUSTOM MADEDRA'I'UISIFr. sq. feet living area 27. .

$30,000. Breaker 483-1474. _.
estimate local 10 9 TFN. WANTED
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L.- distributors for completely' '100 GALLON !KEROSENE "

... washable nationally drum and Hand, 75 '
plus '
\1"t- WANTED FOR CLASS OP 61
dirt bike nowSI
POOL TABLE Regulation ..... H0>v S ftCHWlNN advertised Gardsette gallon ,
Keraiens.
r N_. work 143. composition' bed all accessoriesExcellent K .eirlllee. sso II'c.llen', Call REUNION, Sara Otto
6713a. .. Gall 777-9977 Draperlei. S>W Enterprise 4961486
C.u 312 6 condition 23J Call condt/on. < alter 4:30 p.m. Information heiwhereabout .
an'
CAR RADIOS a AM *10.Ch I 3765599POTTERS e EYE CYCLE fell Just'tuned. !. Ed or lomoStephens. 1 tchg 11 27,
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.... Call Hilda
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"AM-PM track, 135. Or best of- .,colI.nl, "'0 4962219. '
Y ffer 3751797COLOR wHeeL Robert otter 3765965 .. 10 1/2 ACRES On graded Mallard 496-2911 or Jackie I.
Brent Model' CMC "..coll.nff 3-1 8OTFN.CRAWFORD'S
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Y TV'S Zenith U'console' I'm''lies: A fools NEVER rr4Muit COMMERCIAL rood. $12.300 suitable for Cunningham. 4962101.:
black/white SI TO Sharp ,.*"*.O 4IOO AM. Panasonic excellent.. I \ aftersRAOCEOy ; iSifJJSw' 26"Retail v..... 1IW see.to.. EXTERMINATING. CO.I Serving homeilte or form. Phone Jlchg 11/2712/4. .
condition' Cash 3710177 POTTER'S WHEeL-Ocsd condition Now ta'.ee" mtttrA. home 496-3739. 4lcr>g 11'6 I
business
In
550 Call 374 4744
COLOR TV. Sears 17". ec."en'eondl"on MARLIN L_ r KIN1110 Union. Bradford Columbia 11.27.

.. Just repaired 1700. ...ANN.. ANOV Dolls, CentanneModel/ i C.c.ll.nt... FORD. 1000 TRACTOR wll'r
Call 37*>..74 after torn Oltferenl and color now II wl brujli -M x-/ Countiei. 496.3986 Collect. ,
through X mas Sat 515> 1 at SZ>. Scler'sllem SIM ""MO .'
D/N/N6 R 00maple. M 5V/7E.c"Olld COLOR TV. ,." ....... 3 years Call "......anytime 7 3 TFM CHG. frontend loader ond.crDp.r.
round 4 old. *110 .n.."before lien.., .L..NO. LAGS Wood*. do*nSSO CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK, 117,900 only ::
: 1350n .
needf Eel/n/shhq. 37T "31Y. atter Spas. AH day Sunday REPRIO.. Kennel. 1150t.. Mlrscn Wei l,S. down.hwinn : ':
front free 1700 Oarb,ge dl_ l ro* Harrowing mowing and I.OOO hauri. Phone ''\\\ -
DINING 0" '' Table and six. SOFA .. B.D ST "LI!. 1150.Lawnftlow.r ... 550 Do'O' Years old Olnina / 158 /Koutl/llon.d./ 1/ :.... blade work. Phone l 904-372-390, !tpd \\' ,. .
ChalC. 1,50 Call 3 751049, OlD C."/ 377 6947 room I.mp. 10 4953001. dyes Ir0oO. 711a551.; ..
1127.IRlaOS.SfIATTON .
496.2773 or 782-3029. ,.

llvlj TFN. \\\t' .> ',
''i'it" Will lAirSITt In my home. 'LAWNMOWER 14 hp with 't
1 '. Fenced 'yard and hot 48" blade. Phone 431-1090
: meals. JaniceNoegel. alter 7 p.m. TFN 11/27 .
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Need information ,
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more '\ .496-9314. 4tchg 1023 IRIWOOOt. S39 .-pickup \

1114. truckload for oak and440 ,

Interested in ,placing: a classified? tz ? ;, ; ; Tree pickup Truckload foe pine. 1i5't\E .
service and yard
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Call 372-4222 In Starke 96481'70w IIItQUY'U ; tI11tY' INSURANCE work. Call Thomas Nettles ..-

1 MAINIS INSURANCE AGENCY TFN.496-3738 anytime. I 11/37 ..:. \\tlsSrtrE9

160 S. Lake Ave. lake
Butler.' 4963978. Complete

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PERSONAL LAND

HELP SERVICES FOR SALE
EARN INCOME AT HOMBl
WANTED 25 and **lfaddridonvolop
EtEMOOiUNO. IUIIDINO INVESTMENT PRO'EItTV, ByOwner.
can ihow
NUMSINO NOME! nmdi full.|| how. Smith Enterprises you, REPAIMl New .kitchen*, B.66 ocre* ((0
time IPN or UN nurto far ll-S. PO. Box 534 SmnMa..o. FOR SALE Fore SALE FOR SALE WANTED HOMES bath, family room, trick block In Stark CllyL1mlt..No.

4-12 shift. Call .9. 4''':l0. Florida 32088. FOR SALEDOUBLRWIOE block concr.'.. Fireplace Reno area).

10/9'nchg 11/27 4tchg 12/18. FIRIWOODl. Phon*964-B2IO TRAVEL TRAILER 30 ft.Tanden BARGAIN CENTERl New WANTED! Used tool,. both .peclallitl.Phon Crlffl 473-2108 Con H.avlly wooded $18.000.

1PN NEEDED for nurtlng after 5 pm Monday thru wheel, patio Auction (tart Friday. Nov. mechanic and carpenter. MOBILE struction.473-2578. TFchg Call 485-1983 oll.r 6 p.m.ttcho. .
or
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harm Pay dllfenntial, for FOR RENT Friday. ll/202tcha 11/27. door, prlvat bedroom and 21, 7:3O: p.m. New and u- Phon 964-8331 'or HOMIi Call 964-6697 for Information. IWINO MACHINES It/27.
3 II
la Hilt
and II 7 DUB TO DIVORCE! Singer bath: carpetvd throughout: ed Item. On* mil* North 468-1591.9/11 tnchg 11/27 REPAIRED All moket FARM FOR Mil, 40 ocrM
.hI''... 2tchg *
Full or port tlmo, PA1MS APARTMENTS Furnlihod Futura, on* of Singer'* air conditioning; outildebwnlna of Starke an US-301 WANTED Mobil Homo Ax- cleaned oiled and ad- with house In good condition.
Coll 2845606. 11/20 2tchg flneet machine*. extras.Muit Old Mooi Hall let, Paying the belt price 12/4. '
lowing : many (Formerly ) $10. Workguorantd. In Union County I /tml.
11/27. fflcloncln and I. for condition axle*. LAKI.RONT. 100 ft. on lak (u.ted.
Blind hemt. monogram, sell. S** anytlm at 11/20 tfn. good .
BR south of lulu- Equity
,
opt wookly or Jqme" *
TEXAS mon wooded
REFINERY CORF effort .tretch otltche*, buttonholei Bradford Motol. 1757 N.Temple .. SAVE MONEY Gal and 964-B33I.9/II tnchg Hampton. Lovely Strickland and take over payments at
thly. NEW FURNISHED corner MorganRd.
PLENTY OF MONEY etc. All without Av Stark. 11/27 the WORK Minor auto repair; lot In preitlge ora. .
time. Shop at DoDropIn -
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and 16. 5% If .U9ibl Phono1904964B29I
plus coin bonu.... fringe STUDIOS monthly only attachment. Originally Itpd. Bargain Houie for all of tune-upi; brake |ob*. Will 16750. Owner financing; Hwy TFchgRAOFOID
TANK 3 OOweekdays.
2313 N. Stark. SEPTIC oftor :
bemflt to mature Individual Tomplo old for over 50000. Payoff WOOD FOR SALIt Pick-up your dropei and kpread. get your car ready for Inspection. good lermi. Jock Courtnayft SERVICE .
TFchg ) Pump-out 11/27 3tchg
In Stark arm.Regordlon balanc duo of $146.BOcah truck load. Anywhere In Any lire. 1250 S. Walnut Very reatonabl. Aioc.f Inc. Realtor Residential commercialand
KITCHENETTE! On* IRoparlm.nl. 12/11.
of oxporUnco, or oium payment Starke area. $35.00 St. 9646740. 11/6 tfn 9648329. 11/20 2tchg 4737060. 11/27 2tchg
., pool, TV AC Industrial. Fully licenced. 2 HIGH AND DRY
ACRES
writ A N. Soon Pr.... of.n. o) per month. Oldermachine delivered. Call 964-6957. THE DO-DROP-IN Bargain 11/27. 12/4.
Texat Roflnory Corp., BOM utllltlo* Includod. Totally accepted 01 partial 11/27 Jtchg 12/4! Houie. 1250 S. Walnut St., 1/4% ASSUMABLE MORTGACEi Phone 944.8121. TFchg Ready to build on. /i landscaped
furnished. MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory
711 Fort Worth Toxoi Wookly monthly payment. Whit* SawIng STSBL BUILDINO CHEAP FOR 964-6740 hat a good (election HOMES 3 BR, :2 BA ont' tralnd mechanic! VV pint*. Oo.pwell.

7610)1. Itchg 11/27. 880 rot N.*:* Tomplo TEMPLE MOTEL Av*., and Appliance Center' CASHi Mu* **ll 40x80Curvett of ued furniture and FOR SALE acr. Lake accea*. $41.900. US-301 South '964-6030. On old Lawley Road

Stark: Phono 9647357. 3527 S.W.Archer Road Archer building brand appliance! at all time*. W* jack Courtnay & AIMK., 5/29 TFchg S.100KKIEPINCJ. near Laura Baptlit Church
CARS ftTRUCKS 9/20 TFchg Square Plaia new, will allvr buy and ill uid furniture. WBILE HOMESi, Why pay Inc. Realtor. 473-7060.. SERVICESi 1 on NW 11th St. In Stark.

MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE Galnoivllle, phone anywhere In Florida. Write 11/6 tfnchg. mar? Buy direct from the 11/27 2tchg '2/.. year* ONperinc* In all Cash or tormt,
376-4466.lt 1120.\ M.B.I.! P.O. Box 1019 USED NEWSPAPER factory. Large (election of MOBILE HOME 1-904-964-3307; Hod
NOME PARK mobllo homol \ 38*. 2BA pho*s Including toxe*and
'77 DATSUN 280Z S ipeed and ipaco*for ront. Phono. ItBOTOUCH MATIClMlcrowov Eaton Park, FL 33B40. ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x 17. 14' and double wide.. Glal.*d-ln front porch government form. LARGE
AC AM/FM *'*.r.o.S6OOO. 468-2912. TFchg oven left In 11/27 2tchg 12/4. 36" 25 each. Bradford COMMUNITY MOBILEHOME crnnd back porch carport 473-7073 after 3 P.M. 7/3 AUCTION
Call Oopt of' Correction HOUSEKEEPING. and layavtfoy. never ued. Ha NEW AND USED FURNITURE'and County Telegraph SALES US 301North. tfchg
/ ,
deepIng 20x20 utility acr Sal..Nov. 2., 10AM.ml. .
moot dofroit .
probe cycle Porchrock.r. tfn
Mr*. Shuford room W and Air, appliance* 964-6303. Open 9 to duik. I to beautiful lawn tree*, KEENS TREE SURGEON! Weil ol PalatkaSRZO.
variable to 65O .. BARGAIN
431-1212. 10/9 tnchg Underwood Motol 3 mllol powor up FIREWOOD: White oak. Fortale 6on Sunday.. Phon Trimming removal. 14 yr*.'
197. CELICA CTl Uadd. watt. Full factory worron-, CENTER US 301 South, and delivery. $ 0.00 gardenia" hedge. Quiet tolling out entire of
33 ft.
Have
North of Stark
on Hwy 964-8741. 6/9 TFN. experience.
3% ml. S,
Will take bolt oflr. Call ty. Party.lft or... A.*um* 9646679. TFchg truck load: $15.00 neighborhood.' bucket. PLUNDER HOUSi. Furniture -
301. 10/9 Free estimate*
fnchg 3IR. I BAt ,
otter PM. 964.8569. 11202tchfl BEL AIR APTSi Furnlihodapartment payment of 20.00 pr LUMBINO FIXTURES window delivered. Sunlhln Acre*. Fireplace gueithouw of Stark. US 301. Fhone 782.3733. 9/25lnchg antiques, brkabrocr -
11/27. Good location. month. Whit Sewing and *, doora, pip**, plu SR 16 W. Call 964-7699. : large lot. Lake acc -, $16300.00 ca.h or termi ARNES CARPET CLEANING! much nlco glaM.Ovor .

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\nr PINTO WAGON, Air Boll-Air Apartmont, Appliance Center, 3527 10.000 other Item now at' ** Cryital lak 1-994-964-3307. Itpd Shampooing and extraction. 10,000 Itemi.I325S442. .
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S.W., Archer Road. Archer Bargain Center US 301 home.it.*. 35000. Call 11/27. .
and low WANTED .
powor; mileage. US-301 South In Lawtoy.Roaionably Living room dining
S27 0. ALSO '**' prlcod. 10/23 Square Plaza Cainoivlll, South Stork*. TFchg 964-5200 day or call room and hall. $2995 look for Sign
MUSTANG COUP naod* tfnpd.CULLIOAN. phone 376.' 66. 11/20 tfn. I ACRE LOT FOR SALE! 964-7187 weekend and PERSONAL 1-266-4460. 10/23 tfnWE Itchg 1127.Popor .
2'" COLOR TVi Beautiful GOOD PRICES PAID for uied ,
paint 750.00 Call fully automatic Garage, water lower and evening ttpd 11/27. IUV COLO. Cairt on the
SERVICES
9o-4-6e3. 11/20 console, great color .'lect. 7 ml. NW of Starke mobile home* If mortgage NEW IBM MASONRY HOMIl Wflllomv Jwlry
2lpd water conditioner $3.75 'pot.
1 1/27. par mo. tnitallatlon Mtra, 5197.'0 caih or o..um* on 5R 229 Whliperlng I*3/4 paid or more.OLiN'SMOBILE Central heat and air; wall ALCOHOLICS ANONrMOUSi 100 E. Call St. 964-7064. Sholl Ptcan
payment of 18.70 pr Pine* Eitotel lot No. 28 HOME SALES to wall Located
71 WA BEETLIi, Good condition. llmltod offor. 9647638.tfnchg carpet. at 10/16 tfnchg. lIOc lb.
Now battory" good 1023.UNFURNISHED. month. Guaranteed.:Whit 11/13 tfnchg. 964-3606. Open 7 day 1320 Chariot Court (Reno) Phon 9604-S"8 or 9647619.TFclig DO YOU NEED CASHt If you Vernon R.ddl.h
tlr*., good go* mileage. HOMIlKoylton Sewing and Appliance HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argon-. weekly. TFchg Stork, Flo. Financing hold th* tickot number to .
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$119500. Call 964USI.Itchg available or will trade lorold.r the McDonald'* $3,000.000
Height* area.Lak .
Road. Archer Square Edward 964-5379. 11/20 and IIr... Will pick up.OLIN'S BILL' SAW SHOP Complete' 27AAA
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NAY HOT*and cattle' quality. SALES. Open carbide,
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corp..nd drape* Loot* 964-5499 8 a.m. to S : ;
good transportation. TRAINED MORSIl glided Phone 473-4097. 11/20 day a week. TFchg chain mower blade hollow
$1395.00.I TorwIIUgarMtr Available 12/1/60. $350 7-yvart-ald.., Well trained 4tchg 12/11, CASH FOR COINSt Gold. p.m. Monday, Friday ground and balanced 5.000-338: 1,000-242/243.: REAL ESTATE
*., 206 W. Madlion par month. Call 1-744-2275 for barrel or pleasur. GUITARt Conrad Clolilc .liver, sterling, 'dental ll/202tpd11/27. leave at Jackion Building 100 (liver,. 24S/23I. Call SERVICE OFFERS
9647200. Itchg 11/27. after S p.m. 11/6 4tchg With addle and all tack. with ca*. $50.00 Call gold. GF crap|.w.I.,. optical MOBILE HOME! 3 BR an on* Supply In Stark, Keyitone Cheryl 782 3924. 11/6 4tpd

l7'' AMERICAN MOTORS 11/27. $525. Phon 9646262 or 964-5822. 11/20 2tchg framei, etc. J.R. BullIngton acre londtcaped: circle Height or lake Butler.TFcrig CASH FOR COLD terllng. 3/1't .
Ambanador Station OFFICE: November rant 9648417. Itchg 11/27. 11/27. 964-6250 TFchg. drive; privacy fence; utility coin. A-Z Pawn Shop 144 now lilting.Shawi
Wagon- 44,000 mllm .air- fr... Ample parking. Cor / home. S12.50O 782.1928. W. Call St. Phon*964-8348. Addition
3-pod manualtram.. nor of Laura St. & Hwy 100 11/1: tlnchg.' .
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Clvom one-owner car. Stark. 4732735. 11/13 ROBERT THORNTON LAND
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9647200. Itchg 11/37" $45.00 and up. Call drag line work. 964-5861. 3 1' i CHA.

197 FORD M50-LWB Pickup 964-5609. Siesta Motol. 11/27 2tcha 12/4 Shawi Addition

Automatic air,tlntodgla 1l/202tpd 11/27. for 3 2 Lake vliw
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Inmate Stabbed '
Damages Home Crane In Windshield .

On Crawford RoadThe Causes Auto to Wreck Over Small.Debt. Mrs. Mildred I. Heath Edward F. Surrency ',&.j';ting. Born In Miami, Terrance hadB

house of Evelyn Tyler on inq crane flew onto the A 86-year-old Union Correctional ,Mrs. Mildred Irene Heath 61, died Edward F. Surrency, 89, of Lake; lived for the last He Itt years in in the Wor.vj'tblngton 7th-
In stable condition Springs. was
Institution inmate Is
'i' Crawford Road west of Starke caught windshield of a car and a Newberryman Shands In In the Bradford County Hospital early, Butler, died Saturday Nov. 22, In the, iSgrada at Lake Butler Middle School
at Teaching Hospital r
fire at?p.m. Sunday,Nov. 9, from an lost control of the car he was Friday morning following a lingering Veterans Hospital in Lake,City. Born," t Lincoln Middle
the
after attended ,
Gainesville where he taken and had
electrical short that started in the kit driving and It overturned 3.4 miles was Illness. Born In Brooker, Mrs. Heath In Palatka, Mr. Surrency came to"Lake *' ,' before moving.He .
he was stabbed by another Inmate had lived in the Starke area nearly all School Gainesville
chen area,according to Heilbron SprIngs south of Providence on CR-241 at 4:30: Butler from Interlachen one of
Sunday evening, Nov. 18. of her life. Her father was the late attended the First Assembly
Volunteer Fire Department p.m. Friday Nov. 21. Willie ,year ago. He was retired from the U. In Gainesville.
UCI records show Inmate God Church
Wallace L. Thlgpen. Sr. She'was a
records. Ronald T. Bielllng, 21, of Rt. 2, Box ,S. Navy.
HSVFD records show that they 787, Newberry, was not Injured but Williams, 27, has been stabbing member of the Airpark. Baptist Graveside funeral services were mother'Mrs.Jewell .
In the of
include his
were assisted by the Lawtey Correc- damage to the 1979 Ford+ sedan he was aggravated battery ,Church. held Tuesday,Nov. 25 at 2 p.m. at the Survivors
fellow
tional Institute Volunteer Fire driving was estimated at$300. inmate William Moody. Survivors Include her mother, Mrs. Forest Meadows Cemetery in S. Worthington of Worthington
Department and working together The Ford car was southbound on The incident,was triggered by a Lois Prevatt Thigpen of Starke; three Gainesville. Masonic gravesle rites Springs; his father,Fred Worthingtonof
flew small debt,according to a spokesmanfor daughters Mrs. Grace Griffis, Mrs. Miami; three brothers, Michael D.
saved the wooded one story structure CR-241 when a whooping crane were conducted by the'Pine ,Hill
exterior, but not before considerable up from the right side and approached UCI. Faye Gill, and Mrs. Patsy R..Griffis, Lodge 9 F.A.M., of Brooker. Arrangements Pittman, Bryan H. Worthington and
Moody was stabbed twice In the all of Starke; two brothers, W.. L. Darren Worthington all of 'Wor
damage was done to the interior and the windshield. Bielling applied were handled by
contents of the Tl'ler residence. brakes, lost control' and skidded back. Thigpen, Jr., and Billy Thigpen, both Williams-Thomas Funeral Home of thington Springs; his maternal grand
backwards into the eastside shoulderand Williams at the time of the incidentwas of Starke 8 grandchildren and 6 Gainesville. mother, Mrs. Nina Murphy of Worthington -
serving 20-year sentence for second greatgrandchildren.Funeral and his paternal
4 PlacedIn overturned, according to the a Survivors Include his wife, An- Springs
Charges Florida Highway Patrol. degree murder from Broward services were held at 11 toinette of Lake Butler two "grandfather, John Sapp of Davie
Hampton MishapA Trooper K.G. Etheridge did not County which he received last May. a.m.Monday,Nov. 24, in the chapel of sons, James Surrency Surrency of Roseburg; Fla.; paternal grandparents, Mr. andMrs.
Moody Is serving a life sentence for Jones Funeral Home with Rev. H. M. Worthington of Reynolds
after
41-year-old Starke man was Issue a citation conducting an Oregon,, and David. Surrency of
murder in In St.
second-degree 1952 LeRoy Olive and Rev. Lacy Conway Hill Fla.
charged with four traffic violations investigation of the mishap. Johnr Bronx N.Y.;, one sister. Wilma ;
County. officiating. Interment was In the
Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 4:50: pm. in Mobley of Jacksonville; and two Funeral services were held Monday
In Santa Fe
accident 1.4 miles south of Hamp- Valuables Stolen family plot Cemetery grandchildren,
an BC Grand Jury under the direction of DeWitt C.Jones In the First Assembly of God Church
ton on CR-325. From SR-100 Home Empaneled Nov. 10 .Funeral Home. In Gainesville with Rev. A. L.
Katie Flora 56, General Delivery, Lastinger officiating. Burial followedin
Hampton was not Injured but An undetermined amount of Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green Terrance Alan WorthingtonTerrance Elzey Chapel Cemetery in Lake
damage to her 1965 Chevrolet station valuables was pilfered from the homeof Jr., empaneled an 18-member Brad- Butler.Archer Funeral Home of Lake
wagon was estimated at $300. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons who ford County Grand Jury, Nov. 10, at Lester Woods Alan Worthington, 13, of Butler was in charge of ar
Charles A. Crawford, 41, of Starke, live on SR-100 about a mile west of the Bradford County Courthouse In Lester Woods, 50, of Raiford, died Worthington Springs, was accidentally rangements.
was also not injured but damage to Starke, during the early morning Starke. Wednesday, Nov. 19 In the Bradford shot fatally. Saturday while hun-
his 1970 GMC pickup truck was hours of Friday Nov. 21. After the jury was sworn in the session County Hospital following a sudden
estimated at $SOO. An investigation Is being conductedby was adjourned as the state had attack while at work. Born In Brad-
The station wagon was eastboundon Deputy Sheriff Don A. Denton who no business to present to the Grand ford County on July 22, 1930, Mr. Earn your High School DiplomaBy
a private drive. The pickup truck stated Monday, Nov.24, that deputieswere Jury at this time. Woods moved from Starke to Raifordsix
was southbound on CR-325. The station still trying to determine how en- The new Grand Jury will serve until years ago. Mr. Woods was a
wagon failed to stop and collided try was made to the house. the spring term of court commencesnext carpenter and a member of the Smyrna taking the GED tests. Applications for
with the pickup truck as the pickup May. Baptist Church in Starke.
truck passed the driveway,accordingto Survivors include his wife, Alice the GED tests are being taken at the Bradford-

the Florida Highway Patrol. Local ArrestedFor Thornton Woods; four daughters Union Area Vocational Technical Center. The
Trooper D.C. Roberts cited woman Lucy Clark, Iris Woods,Diane Woods,
Crawford for D.W.I., driving while and Elaine Woods,all of Raiford; four deadline is December 3, 1980. Call 964-6150 for in-

license revoked, improper tag, and sons, John E. Woods and Eugene formation.
operating a motor vehicle with an ex- Woods,both of Starke,and James and '
pired Inspection sticker Shooting HusbandElla Don Woods both of Raiford; two Examinations are Scheduled
sisters, Mrs. Irene Griffis of Raiford
and Mrs. Odessa Griffis of Lake December 8-9 December 10-11

4 Vehicles DamagedIn Nora (Jackie) Martin, 45, has Mrs. Martin until a month ago Butler; and five grandchildren. 1:00: p.m. .6:30 p.m.,
Improper TurnA been arrested for the murder of her worked as a licensed practical nurse Funeral services were held at 11a.m 3:00: 8:15
Nov. 22 In the p.m. p.m.
Saturday, chapelof
with husband, Jimmy Martin, 33, after a at Union General Hospital in Lake
Hampton youth was charged C. Funeral
DeWitt Jones Home in
between the terminated when the 6:30:
domestic argument cou Butler. She was p.m.
careless driving after his car was In- Starke,with Elder T. C. Williams and
volved with three other vehicles on ple.Martin medical nurses staff at UGH was reorganized, Rev. Charlie Redding officiating. Interment 8:15: p.m. ,
a emergency according to Administrator Bill
US-301 130 feet south of WashingtonStreet Bradford was in the family plot in Fee for is $14.50
Testing
in Starke at 2:38: p.m. Thurs- technician at County Mulheron.Mrs. Brown Cemetery near Sampson Complete Battery
Hospital in Starke was shot in the
day, Nov 20. Lake.
Eugene Larmar Ford, 17, Hampton chest with a .38 calibre pistol Satur-
Martin was arrested In Brad-
day, Nov. 22, at 10:30: a.m. at a house
was not injured and no damagewas -
of ford County Court,Thursday Nov.20
just off CR-16 about one mile east
his Ford sedan.
to 1974
reported controlledsubstance
Martin taken on a charge of obtaining a
Starke. was by rescue
Nell Anderson, 51 of
Surrency ,
by fraud. The controlled
unit to Bradford County Hospital in
Mount Dora, was not injured but -
substance BCSD
according
Starke where he was pronounced
damage to her 1977 Toyota sedan was
records, was identified as percodane.
estimated at $125. dead-on-arrival, according to a report

Clarence Moore, 68, of Rt. 2, Box 1, ford filed Sheriff's by Lt.Glen A.Moore of. the Brad Records show Mrs. Martin gave the Small
Starke not but damage to Department.After
was Injured
to another not
person
Inside the house
shot ,
being
his 1975 Ford truck was estimated at identified
Martin ran outside and collapsed just in the report, who took the .
$100.Elizabeth off the Mrs. Martin was prescription to a local drug store in
patio area.
Ann 24, of
McKinley called
Starke. The drug store thesherUr.
Starke, was not injured but damage to leaning over the body of her husbandand department and asked themto
the 1975 Chevrolet sedan she was driv- crying when Lt. Moore arrived. Investigate.
ing was estimated at $400. The bullet and pistol were ", prices
All four vehicles were in the north- recovered by sheriff's deputies.
bound traffic lane waiting for the red Mrs. Martin was arrested at 1:50: Deputy Sheriff Don A. Denton arrested .
traffic light to change at US-301 and p,m. Saturday by Lt. Moore. She was Mrs. Martin on the charge at
Washington Street. The Chevrolet car arraigned before Judge Elzie Sanders the courthouse in Starke. After she ,
left turn onto IOSOO. Mrs. Martin was arraigned on the charge before
was making a who set bond at $
Washington Street. The Ford car fail- posted bond Sunday, Nov.23,and was Bradford County Judge Elsie S.
ed to stop and struck the Toyota car released from the Bradford County Sanders Mrs. Martin was released ona
which was knocked into the Ford Jail. $1,050 recognizance bond. Big
pickup and that vehicle in the chain
reaction was knocked into the
Chevrolet according to the Starke
Police Department.

Patrolman A.B. Sharp cited Ford You'll want to remember
for the careless driving charge.

how they look today mileage.

Changes Mind,

Wreck ResultsA AND TAKE A SECOND LOOK FOR TOMORROWA

rural Starke man was charged
with violation of right-of-way after his 1981
S car struck another car at the south ci-
ty limits of Starke at the intersectionof
Chevette --
US-301 and CR-100A at 4:09: p.m. a
Thursday, Nov. 20. '
Robert Olin Fulgham, 24, of Rt. 2, Scooter
Box 1515. Starke, was not injured but
damage to the 1975 Ford he wsa driv- ar.9
ing was estimated at $3,000. --'
Fletcher E. Jernigan, 44, of Planta-
tion, Florida, was not Injured but
damage to the 1980 Oldsmobile he was
driving was estimated at $4,500.
The Oldsmobile was northbound on
US-301 in the inside lane. The Ford
was trying to cross the northbound
lanes to CR-100A. Fulgham, in the O
Ford, then started to cross the lanes, %
decided not to, and started to back In-
to the median. The Oldsmobile then
skidded 126 feet and struck the Fordin
the right side, according to the f $4,67393
Starke Police Dept.
Patrolman Eston G. Mosher cited
Fulgham for violation of right-of-way.


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Starke man was involved In a 8x10 color for construction Full Coil suspension. fully' synchronized
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US-301 at CR-16 in Starke at 3:17: p.m. four-speed manual transmission, anti-corrosion treatments and
Sat., Nov. 22.
Jerry Bernard Long, 22, of Starke, : much more!
was not injured but damage to the 88ct In additionto ,
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1971 Ford sedan he was driving was .
estimated at $100. our

Dr. K. Szczudlowskl, 35, of Raiford Regular Offer,
was not injured but damage to the
1974 Saab sedan he was driving was Now You 4
estimated at $100. "
The two cars were traveling northon Can Get An EST. HWY, EPA EST. MPG

US-301 when the.Saab slowed to 10x13 Remember Compare the "estimated MFC" to the "estimated MPC" of other cars.. You may get
make a left turn onto CR-16 The Exciting different mileage depending on how fast you drive weather conditions, and trip length. Actual
Ford, making a left turn onto CR-16 .highway'mileage will probably be less than the estimated highway fuel econOmy. Chevrolets are
struck the Saab in the DualImagePortrait
,; car rear, according '
to the Starke Police Dept. equipped with GM-built engines produced by various, divisions. ..-.

Assistant Police Chief Harold Based on comparison of Manufacturers'Suggested Retail PricesThe level of standard equipmentwill
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mishap.Car DamagedBy December 4 (Thur), 5 (Frl), 6 (Sat) Ghewetf seoofer .

Unknown Vehicle 10 a.m. 8 :
p.m. The most economical Chevette '

A 1976 Mercury sedan was struck South Walnut St., StarkeiI
by an unidentified vehicle in the
I Florida Bank at Starke parking lot
t while the owner was doing business in
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the bank Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 10:48:
iil j i
I a,m.
.Damage to the 1978 Mercury was
estimated by Starke Police at $135.

The car was legally parked in the 88* per sitting. No charge for additional group subjects.One .
bank parking lot when an unknown special per person. Backgrounds may occasionally US 301 MONTH PHONE SS4-rseO
vehicle struck the car In the left side change. Remember children must be accompanied by
and left the scene of the mishap, according -
to Stark Police. parent. Satisfaction always, or your money cheerfully STARKE, FLORIDA

Patrolman Eston G. Mosher In- refunded.
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