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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The patron saint of kiddy land will arrive in Starke at 10 wish to express appreciation to all local organizations taking -: :
a.m. this Saturday Dec, when the annual Christmas part in this annual event. t .
I Parade, sponsored by the Starke-Bradford County The parade will: feature over 31 'floats, decorated t
Chamber of Commerce will draw its usual throng of vehicles marching units, bands and other entries. Signed t
mall-fry and adults to downtown Starke. up to participate !no this ear's parade are: Suzuki of :

Parade entries will be judged In the assembly area at Starke Starke Shrine Club, Post 88
Bradford HS The groupSrom.Palatka .. :
Bradford Band. Soulettea (dance
Square Shopping Center. Prizes for the first '
), Airpark Baptist Church Bradford Riding Club .
three places will be awarded based on originality artistry
Beta Sigma Phi Bradford' HS Art Wen-
Sorority Class ;
and'appearance.First place will receive$50 second '
place
935, and,third place $15. dy's,. Keystone Kops (Keystone Heights), Starke Fire The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
Dept. Hampton Fire Dept., Cub Scouts Troop 673, Boy j
Route of the gala Christmas will be from Brad- Scout '
parade Troop 673.StEdwards Catholic Church Concerned 102nd Year 8TARKE.FLORIDA Z5 Cents
i right Shopping Center north to Walnut Street turn Citizens for Correctional Officers, Timberwolf CB Club 20th Issue Thursday December 4.1980 USPS 062-700 Copy i.
on Madison Street to Thompson Street left on Call Commandery 43 Knights "
Street to (WrSnga Street left on Madison. back to 301, and American Veterans Starke Elementary eSchilaGirl
back to the shopping center. Scouts Church of God Starke Nursing Home Roster's
All parents In Bradford and neighboring counties are In- Nursery. Thomas Auto Parts, Cub Scout Pack 73, City of
vited to bring! their children to Starke this Saturday and Hampton float Brownie Troop 301 Lawtey 4H Starke Commissioners Reject I
'Ictthemeiijoyti'ft'.rrt't.) ..* "hnwillbedriv- Convalescent Service (Medl Car), and Santa Claus.
mil a pony cart in this: .1 Parade entries will be accepted until start of parade
Bill Wilson Chaitibei ?st..3i+. mil i OJ: v Saturday morning.




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I Reversing the zoning board's not fit," Rev. Alvarez told the com unanimous in opposing the sale of
recommendation, Bradford County missioners, noting that through the alcoholic beverages near the church.
commissioners Monday' Dec. 1, turned years most grocery stores also Pine Level members stood behind
down Tommy Cason s application become outlets for beer, wine, and liquor their pastor.. Don Halgren Marc
> rezone a parcel next to Pine Level products. A grocery store does Jackson, Woodrow Thomas J.W.
aptist Church for a grocery store not fit next to a church any more thana Thomas Owen Alvarez Bruce
Cason told the commissioners he football field fits next to a hopsital Scott.. all saying the same thing...
lans to appeal the decision. or a go-kart track would fit next to a they do not think it right to locate a
"That's your privilege" Chairman funeral home Alvarez pointed out. business selling alcoholic beveragesnext
!.W. Hodges told Cason. Zoning Only a small dirt road separates the to a church.
rector L.M. Gaines told the appli- Cason tract from the church building Rev. Alvarez said the church does
ant his next step is to retain an attorney used for nursery school. Rev Alvarez not oppose the grocery store, but op-
and take the matter to circuit pointed out. poses only It being located too close to
ourt. No restrictions on the sale of the church. There would be no objec-
Cason is attempting to rezone a alcoholic beverages exist In the BH tion if the grocery store ,would be "i
'.5-acre parcel three miles west of zoning classification Alvarez and his located further away. Rev. Alvarez
Clarke on SR-100 from R1C residential church members pointed out. The
for mobile homes, to BH business church representatives were (See Commission1.' ... Page 2A>
highway. Cason says a full-line or
complete! grocery store, rather than a
convenience store with a meat
market Is planned for the tract.

Atmosphere of grocery store just\
15 feet from church property would
not be conducive to the training the
hundreds of children who attend Pine t
!y Level Baptist Church said Rev.
Knock,Knock! Roman Alvarez pastor of the church.
I The front bedroom of the Resale Colson home on West truck ran Into the house. Nobody was home at the time of Commissioners were unanimous in
Madison Street,Is exposed Tuesday afternoon after a the accident. their rejection of the zoning board .;
recommendation. They tabled the re- 7
quest at the morning session Monday
until they could visit the site in question r
I I Out-of-Control Vehicle Hits Home Monday afternoon then voted t :
; when they returned to session In the

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A'62-yeai'.old Starke man lost control of a surburban- Moss was traveling west on Madison Street According l,rTj; Zoning Direct Gaines says there Is f
van which crashed Into the aide the I\QsleCoJsOfthtnne1,-.,j'tefour' 'witnesses-Mosswas"notjaibter; apparently .!* or-zoning regulation which,
West Madison Street In Starke crushing the side wall of slumped over In the seat, when the truck veered into the states bow far a business must be ,\ % ; f.i&1t ? 1
a front bedroom Tuesday afternoon.. Dec. 2. Damageswere eastbound traffic lane jumped the curb drove over a from a church. Property should be ;, (
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estimated at $...800. ditch and crashed Into the front part of the east side of the zoned for its highest and best use
William Frank Moss 02. of Rt,3 Box 1S-C Starke was Colson home midway between Orange and Westmoreland Gaines pointed out. adding the zoning
injured and taken to Alachua General Hospital In Streets. board really had no alternative but to e

Gainesville where he was listed In satisfactory condition One witness said the truck was accelerating, and guessed approve. Gabon's request. t
Wednesday ( Dec. 3. Moss operates a fruit and Rev. Alvarez and Pine Level
morning that the driver's foot was on the gas pedal.. '
vegetable stand on S. Temple Ave In Starke. church members spoke at length at
Moss has been charged with driving while Intoxicated in Eva Carter was in a car traveling east.The truck cross- the zoning board meeting Nov. 26 and ? '" '
the mishap. ed in front of her vehicle, narrowly missed a telephone at the county commission meeting .
The Colson's were vacationing at the time of the acci- pole, and headed for the house about 40 feet from the Monday: Brainy Trio.
dent. Nobody was in the house. highway, Mrs. Carter,said.. "There are just some things that do ..
All A's students L-R, Faith Roberts, Jonathan Johnson and. Michelle, Kimutls.At .



I I. What is Next Step in County Fire Pi rotection? Bradford High


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"When does it take effect* newly Voters said 1,412 to 668 they want point'out the present volunteer fire his home to the five station, get the
elected: County Commissioner fire protection In the straw vote.' departments usually get to fires too truck cranked up, and get it to the
Lawrence Mosley asked about the Mosley brought the matter up Monday late because pf the distances involved. fire. Starke with a fireman on duty 3 Earn I
Oct. ? vote on fire protection In the afternoon Dec. 1. at the end of .. 24-hours be rolling in a few StraightA'sOnly
unincorporated areas of the county. the first county commission meeting The county needs a survey by a minutes, Hodges pointed out..
for he and Homer Hart- qualified professional on the best way The commission also questions
"It straw ballot to the feel to have fire protection Mosley whether voters knew they were vote three out of the 050-member Mayo, Sherra Mott, Vickie O'Connell
was a get
r !Itiwn (IIrter'"e of the people." said Chairman E.W. pointed out. The volunteer firemen for an additional tax when they student body at Bradford High School David Sparks. .
to the which have put forth a great effort, their en- for fire protection. Volunteer firemen earned straight-A's for the second six-
Hodges topic on
the commission replied has remained thusiasm is high, and their ,willingness lobbied for passage of the straw vote weeks grading period which ended JuniorsAnthony Anderson
publicly -
and commissioners wonder if the Tammy Barnes Vickie Carver,
silent. "It will be left to the to provide fire protection people Nov.IS. .
of the board add- should not be lost, Mosley said were asked about the additional Fifty-Five more Bradford High Karen Chilly Dana Combs, Tabitha I
pleasure Hodges tax. or just about fire protection.: Folsom, Julie Griffis Tammy I
ed. Clerk Gib Brown agreed with students made the A B honor roll. Apparently Ilersey,
Mosley. There should be a study "Everybody is in favor of fire protection as the 1980-81 school year Valerie Hightower Salethia Jenkins, I
surer.,0Jtf "Actually it was a straw vote:but made perhaps by a citizen's committee ,' one board member pointedout. progresses, straight A's are harder to Gina Lane Lori Lawson, Julia Pen-
the burden Is on us." said board before the $120,000 of the people'stax obtain. Only one senior and two darvls, Karen Thorpe, Wendall
member Maxie Carter adding the money Is spent Brown said. To finance the Improvement in fire freshmen earned all A's. Tomlinson, Doll Waters, Barbara
county commission is obligated to address protection the commission will haveto Wike Edward Winkler. I
the Issue at some point. It was agreed that the Fire CollegeIn establish a fire tax district, or The senior was Jonathan Johnson, Tammy Denton a jun'ir, who is on
Ocala does provide such surveys. districts and tax those citizens within son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of the work-study ., m made
"There" Is a lot of dissension at this Brown was asked to write about a fire the districts. TIle commission can Keystone Hights.This is the first time straight A's, but before a -tudenl can
point Carter added Carter asked protection survey for Bradford County establish such a fire tax] district; a that Jonathan,has made straight A's. have their picture made with the
how can a county-wide plan be work- vote of the people Is not required straight-A's the have to attend a certain
ed out when the Heilbron Springs Fire who Ninth graders were: number of classes.
Dudley Hardy
county
for have "At least you'd have something to attorney
Department instance won t researched the matter, has told the Michell Kimutls daughter of Mr.
FRIDAY SATURDAY anything to do with the County Fire go for," Mosley said. commissioners. and Mrs. Edward Kimutis 'Jr. of Sophomores'Susan

DECEMBER S& Chief Harry Green. Heilbron says it "If I had to make a decision at this Enlightening the new commissioners Green Acres, Starke. Michell has Alvarez, Edward Crews Lori Flynn
CHRISTMAS' BAZAAR will have a fire department with or .moment I would contract with the City Mosley and Homer Hart, made straight A's. both six weeks Curtis Locklin Susy Lohr Lori Muse
':00a.m.-5.00p.m. without the county's,help. of Starke."said Chairman Hodges. clerk Brown said the county commission grading period.. Stuart Pauley, Daniel Rlgby John
In front of Stump'i Commissioners said they don't "They'can answer a fire at Heilbron allowed the fire protection to go> Faith Robertsdaughter of Mr. and Riggs, Deborah Roark. Robin Stern,
St. Edward's Parish know at this point how the $120,000 Springs quicker that the Heilbron to a vote expecting It to be defeated.It Mrs Walter Thomas Lott of Melrose, Tammy Yon.
volunteers," Hodges added. passed and the commission now is on the straight-A list for the first
raised by one mill of taxes in the unlit- I
MONDAY. DECEMBER!! a corporated areas should be spent to Hodges referred to the time it takes wonders what to do Brown pointedout. time this year. FreshmenTina Bowen"I
for a volunteer fireman to from Gwendolyn Brown, Jane Chastaln
,SOIL CONSERVATION offer the best fire protection. They get
A-B Honor Roll
Mike Christmas Lori
Me.tlno-7i3t p.m. Clark Le Ann
The Fifty-Five students earning Flynn Carol Fussell Timothy Gonzalez -'
TUESDAY DECEMBgf places on the A-B honor roll for the se- Linda ,Gravel, Michael Hall,,

SHI MHllne30 BAND BOOSTERS Council Puts, Meter, Readers Under Utility Dept. cond six-weeks are: George Lad Ann Levasser Johns, Belinda Cynthia Joiner Lynn,

.ANDROOM p.m. Meter readers In the City of Starke At the Nov.IS meeting of the board SeniorsJoey Herres, Carol Theresa Ricks, Nancy Roberts
....... were formally placed under supervision City Attorney George Pierce was Instructed (See Meter Reader... P.3A). Hildreth, Elizabeth Hodges Melissa[< Michelle Stillwell, Julee Wise.
NEILBRON' IPOS. VPDMeetingMcCarthy's7s of the Utility..Director Merrill to have the necessary
10 Dees when the Starke City Commission changes to be adopted by the board.
BUARC Christmas Dinner at Its' meeting Tuesday. Dec. 2, The board adopted the measure by '
Holiday Inn-Dutch Treat amended an ordinance to take the unanimous vote of the commission. II
Sheriff Reddish Warns of B & E Threat
Meeting followlng-7iH supervision away from the city cleric., Pierce explained at the prior ,
meeting that the old board voted 5-0 :
last spring to place the jurisdiction of A number of breaking and entering cases In rural areas, county turned up In the Bradenton area. Sheriff Reddish J
Index ,the meter readers, under the utility mostly on the main reads In and outside of Starke have lays. '
.... director. The veteran read been the Bradford Several steps can be taken by local
if attorney reported to sheriffs office says Sheriff residents |10 prevent ;. I
( .-7 Two Sections the amendment" ordinance to the Dolph Reddish In Issuing a warning to local residents. similar type burglaries the sheriff says: I
11"0"r SECTION Ai "' I board which transfers. the supervision Sheriff Reddish urge citizens to assist by taking stepsto Be watchful and report any suspicious person. Be sure I
((904)) 783-3931. Na..a 'A-3A I which Pierce explained was the safeguard their property. An ounce: of prevention is to get a tag number and report the suspicious action.to the ,:;
NOMIS. ton ACHAOIAUTHOmitO School Lunch Menus.,4.Page 3A Intent of the old board. worth a pound of cure.the veteran Bradford sheriff notes. Sheriffs Department -
OEAthR11dmesh. Correipcmdmce.. ;.PO.,* ZAftllAEditorial The amended-,ordinance corrects Burglaries occur early to the morning In daylight hours Take precaution not to have Items of gold and silver
,....?.?.:.,....,Page tA chapter 14 section and 7 of the city with the main objective to steal Items that contain silver content: available to thieves. To prevent thefts' take
Socletyw..a.. ....... rates SA-7A code of ordinances to place the meter and gold Sheriff Reddish points out. necessary steps to safeguard valuable Items.
Sports.;.;...."..... IA-I1A I reader.under Dees' wing Trends of pilfering silver and) gold items is relatively. ,Sheriff Reddish Indicates his staff has several leads It Is
Loll HOmel Legal* Real. .st...*.."... IOA/ City. Clerk Merrill Edwards fought new to the area,the sheriff notes. Similar burglaries have working on in connection with the thefts. Sheriff's Investigators -
SECTION' Bt the change. '!T.bereia no way,the .taken place In counties near Bradford are working In conjunction with officials from
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Hwy JOI N. -O. Box USA Obituaries ....,.,...Page 4 B meterv readers are Agoing to take .Thieves mostly hadt been pilfering firearms,!TV sets, 'other enforcement agencies In the area cases ,
t_..,; Fl./ 3209 Classlfi.ds.f. ... .Page'B"7B ,den froraJieea and work out of my and other Items eaaily turned: Into cash. Some arrests may be forthcoming Sheriff Reddish
\" New Brief..v....,..'..1 Pages IB office*." Edwards commented at the Just recently gold and silver Items stolen in a nearby says.





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Engineers for the City of Lawtey Eng at the start of the meeting, qualifies t toe 5-1J! matching grant has, 10 V t
I .' and the Department of Environmental told the board the 201 Environmental ,received very favorable maintenance +
Regulation discussed a proposed Protection Agency application has reports from those who are using that
$1.3 million sewerage program at the been completed for the sewer project.He ystem. .
monthly meeting of the city commission stated that the cost was fairly high Eng stated regardless of the system
:Monday, Dec. 1. unless a different type of collection used Lawtey, faces borrowing 13 to 25
Ralph Eng, consulting engineerwith system for the waste could be used In depending on the amount of the
the Gainesville firm of Sverdrup the project. federal matching grant.A ,
' and Parcels, told the board that the Eng explained that In the $1.3 discussion was held about what
construction coat for sewerage wouldbe million system that the collection of happens If tile system fails to w8rk
tl.3Z7.000. He gave the board a cost waste water would need to have a out within a reasonable length of
of $752,000 for transmission lines. gravity system hooked up to each time. Carver explained the EPA will
$168,000 for a transmission pump. house on the program. Right of ways fund replacement of the system at 100
$189,000 for a. treatment plant and would need to be obtained, he stated. percent of file cost of rebuilding it
$218,000 for a disposal plant. pressure type system for the He pointed out that a development,
Eng was instructed to put togethera transmission lines would reduce the at Flagler Beach in the process of being
package and report back to the cost of the lines during construction installed Involved getting 85 per
board at a later dated. Eng stated he about 40 to 50 percent according to cent funding from the federal govern-
would try to eliminate about $.750,000in ment. seaPER
the transmission cost when he Eng.Eng slated the City of Lawtey. once Mrs. Lucille Shuford. Lawtey city

makes up the proposal.Jay the project is under way, will need to clerk, pointed out to the engineersthat Counting Votes at Lawtey...
Carver of the Department of get a blanket easement from every before the board could approvethe
Environmental Regulation was with property owner hooked up to the project, it would have to be put to Busily counting the III ballots cut at Lawley look duly Dorothy Moultrle, Katy ":l'olllhllIr: ) :Moore mill (11)
Eng at the meeting and told the board system.A the voters i in Lawtey In the form of a 20 minutes Tuesday! night. Counting ll-rl llerinie Kelly Clerk Lucille Shuford.

that federal grants are available for vacuum collection system accor. referendum.Eng .
the sewerage project on a 7S-Z5 matching ding to Eng will need to have a explained that the money: involved
basis. system hooked up at every couple of In Lawtey's share could still be RaceEmmett
Carver stated that if Lawtey houses. borrowed from the Farmers Home Bright Wins Lawtey Seat In Easy

qualified the grant could be made on Carter explained that the innovative Administration at five percent in

83-13 percent matching basis.Amended. program which now terest.ed .
Bright. Jr. became the se- half and half black and white. ago was re-elected without opposi
cond black city councilman at Lawtey tion.
when he won a 3-way race Tuesday. Only 197 voters. 48 percent of the 410
Dec. 2, over incumbent Wayne registered voters turned out to vote Mrs. Miscally Is the wife of Russell

City Budget ApprovedAfter Massey and political newcomer Judy Tuesday. Miscally. Jacksonville fireman and
Miscally. sweeping company operator She was
Pre-election predictions said the
employed at the Bradford County
black would win the two white
Tuesday's vote was: over Telegraph until resigning several
candidates who were supposed lo split months ago. '
Clerk Reworks SalariesAn Bright 102 the white vote. Bright got more votes
than !Massey and Mrs. Miscally combined Group 2 commissioner H.E.
Massey 67 however. I Shorty I Priest a retired Lawtey ser.

amended $4.4 million city reworked budget was adopted without from $169.806 to$169.183. Last year Miscally 22 vice station operator.- was re-elected
budget minus some $3,000 in pay discussion by the council Tuesday the garbage amounted to $138,218. Bright Is a building contractor in to a full term without opposition
raises, was adopted without discussion night. Two laborers salaries In the street When he takes the Group 4 seat at the Lawtey area. Priest has served on the Law toy council

Tuesday night. Dec. 2. by the Commissioners Charles Schaefer and highway department were increased the Jan. 5 meeting of the council. Massey served a two-year term on since last June when he was
Starke Commission.Two Jimmy Crosby,Jr.and Bobby Milner, in the amended budget from Bright will join veteran mayor- the council some 10 years ago and elected to replace former mayor-
weeks ago the city council Jr., the only ones present at the 116,640 to 319.810. They received commissioner Robert Scott on the about five ago served out the commissioner Ben :\Icl'ullehG\
adopted a budget of $4,430,502, but at special meeting, remained adamantthat $15.011 last year. council as the second black on the term of John years Robertson who resignedand resigned to accept a position with
a special meeting last week three Edwards' salary figures conform The streets and highways budget council. Lawtey voters are split about moved to Jacksonville. Massey. Lawtey Corrt'clional.ln"lIlutlllll.

commissioners balked because some with the budget totals. was Increased to 1121,412 from until Tuesday's vote, had been re-
salaries didn't come out to budget Crosby pointed out that some 121242. Last year that department elected in a close race and two years
totals, and Instructed Clerk Merrill departments were overbudgetedwhile had a budget of $89,777.
Edwards to rework the budget. The the scale for Sewer Department The Water Department salaries for Disabled American

plant operators was underbudgetedand four laborers were reduced from Veterans To Meet
needed another $862 to equal the $33,894 to 33757. Last year the
Commissioners... total in the budget. laborers in this department received December 11. 7:30 P.M.All .
At the special meeting the board salaries amounting to $23,172. Disabled American Veterans: AF.NPMECorrectional
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refused to accept Edwards' new The Water Department budget was All members and their families.
said he does not think the church salary scale for himself and his five decreased from $91,783 to $91,648. and all| Disabled Veterans are invitedto
would object to having the grocery office employees which Included pay Last year the budget was 90715. attend the next monthly meeting of
store just a quarter mile away, at the raises requested during the last fiscal In the Sewer Department three the DAV Chapter //6L .Starke on Officer's Local
corner of Sampson Trussel Road and year by Edwards but never approvedby plant operators salaries were Increased December 11, at 7:30: p.m. at the Pratt
SR-100. for instance. the old board. Those raises from $34,831 to $39,498. Last year Street Recreation Center W PrattSt.
Cason said beer Is the only alcoholicthat amounted to$7 a week for himself and the same employees were paid ., next to the Bradford County on Jail.
would be sold in the proposed $11.20 for each of his employees to bring $31,824. Martin E. Kapellen Union 2848
grocery store, which he said would be them up to par with raises given The budget was increased from Commander
on the same scale as a Winn-Dixie the Gas Department office staff during $132,193 to 133060. Last year the
store, except smaller."I the last fiscal year. Sewer Department Budget was Announces the Selection of
feel like it would be no hardshipto During the budget sessions Edwards 11464. THI BRADFORDCOUNT ----. :
the church." Tommy Cason told the was instructed to give Three clerical employees salariesin TELEGRAPH

county commission. Cason said hours employees a 9 percent pay raise. the power plant and electric Published ovary Thuradoyat Augustus J. Ruff, III
that beer would be sold could be Laborer salaries were brought to$160 department salaries were reduced IK W. Cell Sir*.*
regulated, and he planned on a week during the same budget from $30,484 to $28,737. Last year S......, Florid, U0lS
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negotiating with the church about the workshop two months ago. these same employees salaries were
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hours alcoholic beverages would be raisedto tond ,. ; /, :.S .I. .1, '
The city clerk's salary was $26,197. ; f'UJ' Class". ....paid. J .'
sold. $21.073 from $19,273.! Edwards had The Power plant ,' Stork. Florid' '' I 'of a,1, '
"I know how they feel, but I don't" the salary listed in the budget twoweeks .departments budget \ agdFelecqfrt .w.\\t .IJ it : ,-' ,'.' ,Chathihah'.bf, Stalewiide'i Tau. "8i1 i .<,"'
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believe it would hurt the church i
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ago as $21.437.: Vrtirn-'tt.109.3m to SIa7,636. ttt'\ Potosi
Cason told the commissioners. Clerical employees salaries were year the budget amounted to In trad arm If.OO par year
Ronnie Cason presented the ap- reduced from $23,474 to 22309. Last $1,71S,548. SS.OO six months
plication to the zoning board last year the board had budgeted $20,354for II'' AFSCME Florida Corrections Committee

week because his brother Tommywas Outside' trod
the clerical positions.The araai$10.00 par per
Doug Spears President:
ill. Tommy presented the case to administrative budget was M.JO six! months
the county commission. reduced from $24ti,266 to $244,737. Meter Readers... Local 2848LaZBoy I tl
Owen Alvarez pointed out to the The salary of captain in the fire
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commissioners that Marc Olin
owner department was reduced from $11.163
of Olin's Mobile Home Sales, was to 10168. Last year the captain's Nov. 18 meeting.
turned down by the county commis- salary was $9,982. After Commissioner Bobby Milner, ,l II y i i An
sion when he petitioned the Zoning The fire department budget was Jr., made the motion to amend the ordinance
Board for a convenience store on the trimmed from $136.727 to $136,471. and Commissioner Jimmy
corner of r SR-100 and Edwards Road a Last year the fire department was Crosby,Jr.,seconded the motion. Edwards t sitim 4' r {
few years ago. $125,687. commented:
Marc Jackson pointed out it wouldbe The garbage department's six "I wouldn't take the job of city clerk } t 1 II
easier for the Casons to relocatethe laborer salaries were dropped from again if the salary wsa $50,000 a {
site of their proposed grocery $51.135 to $51,010. Last year the six week" Edwards says. "I will not be
store than it would to relocate the laborers salaries amounted to$48,498. here another 22 years." He is in the s

church. The garbage department was reduc-: final year of his 11th two-year term.
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by Mrs.( .!.:. Sue I l>ati Davis Hog killing time, grinding cane to Dec. 3. If your son or daughter Is 6
Phone 11115-11.114 make syrup, growing up to marry a years old or older and ,attends
I am sure you have heard the old wonderful man. After two lovely Brooker Elementary School'they are
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saying, after many years you can't children my husband was called awayin eligible to participate. ,. ,"- "
return home and find things the sameas that awful World War II. His Wednesday the children will be

when you moved away. This I return what a joyous one! To raise divided into tea ms.by age, Practice; .
found to be true recently.As our children in the same town, to attend dates will be set l up. No one age group : CHAIRS I- ,
memories rush through my the same schools as I had. Ah! will practice more than one day per
mind I can see the old homestead now What sweet memories. week. If you wish your child to take an SALE PRICED FROM. ''
gone destroyed by fire during, an -Alter day of endless chores to geta active part in the program please by r ? M 4
electrical storm years ago. The old lift from son John's remarks as: sure to sign the permission slip and ..199
roads I used to walk on over to Grand :Mom the Davis' sure have this town in send It back to the school.
pa's house for fresh milk in the parly hand You know Dad set up a water

A M. to be used for Dad's coffee, to system where we supply 3 neighbors. :511th WrtdlnlCnllh..nar! '
drink and Mom to use in making those he is also chairman of the town council Mr. and !Mrs. MO. Harrell) of t r4r
hot biscuits. They would come from you are town clerk. Sis writes Brooker celebrated their 50th wedding

the oven piping hot lo be split at the news for two newspapers and I haul ,; '
breakfast table and filled with. rich the city garbage Roy. these peopledon' anniversary at a reception heldat
the fellowship hall at the SAle
Brooker
PRICED
sweet butter Those roads have all I know it but Me have got them in Church Sunday ROCKERS
Baptist afternoon between
been re-routed by lime The old split the palm of our hand. A rocking chair It FROM
a ,
the hours of 2:30: and 4:30: pm. cozy comfortable, and practical
rail fence Ada the mule. Doc the .:Now 20 >ears 4months. Pa weeks accent for any room. Several sizes, styles, and wood $6995
horse old barns, a lovely old two later I return to city water new Mrs. Harrell was the former finishes to choose from.! Some with padded cushions
story house with the dog run out to>the homes, new and old familiar faces. Mildred Cone, daughter of the late u
kitchen, all gone. Daughter Barbara is on staff at the Mr. and Mrs. John Cone of this area. > 1 I' N zi zir
The years I walked to and 'from Gainesville Sun Son. John is a Mr. and Mrs. Harrell were married in 7v4
school The wasp nest in the 4i; ?.and hospital administrator in Birmingham 1930 at Brooker! The reception was '
near the hiKhway. The first one there Ala Husband. G.W. Dubi given in their honor by their children. SALE .,..........
threw a rock into the nest and we all due to illness is retired. Mr. and Mrs Charles Perry and Mr. CEDAR -, ii. ... "':";
made a wide detour down by Clyde 'How dues it ft l'llo be back after all and Mrs. William M. Harrell. FROM' ...... -o
Cone's field to keep from being stung these say" Only one word '
Ijiren.is years you Approximately 200 guests) were present CHESTS S13)95! .:; .
Using new coat to seine d can cover so many mixed emotions. > : t-: .
hole of water in the Bragg! Branch for CHEAT1! !! to celebrate occasion as were ry
the little fish we discovered. swimming the four grandchildren of Mr. and
Mrs.: H.irrell. -..-, -M
there. :SOPK .....
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CalfishiuK in the Santa Kc Kiver. Items of interest are nl'Cdt""or the
picking huckleberries in the live oak Brooker news. If you( have anything, W
flats, gathering peas. slnnKtxMn.i. please, call me or stop by the house Around! Tow n Ai. ,
The old Philip A. .
tomatoes, corn, etc going from farm The coffee pot is always hut and you with cries of Crosby homesteadrang .
"lo farm lo help can a winter's supply. are most welcome. families of the late happiness Gene and as the
Hugh
Dedan Church! How has it
long ChurchOn Butler Crosby gathered In their t da Ir M rw Ms.
'been standing? I have never asked Dec 31 Saturday I there will be a respective areas to' celebrate the
but as a child it seemed forever. It hayride.. with the combined youthgroups Thanksgiving holidays. Memberswere
still stands, a beautiful building in of Brooker and Grace Baptist present from different areas of
excellent condition. They still have Church in Gainesville. The group will the state. "
services at II a m. each Sunday. meet at 1214 >i -""J.W.Ilh! Street .,..+,w wr..sr w.

Trying to tiptoe (past :Mrs. :Mary 1 Teddy Bear Nursery) at 5:30 pro. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woods were the
Jane tJjiney'i? house because it Then travel over la the home of Bill holiday guest( >If)* ''Ihelr
son MSgt.
frightened me to see her peck over the
and Linda Townsend where the hay Craig Woods and
family at
; Charleston
top of her glasses not realizing she ride will be held and refreshments A.r Base in s C:
could see me as I tiptoed. or walked served later in the afternoon.

normal. There will be a churchwide skating MSgt. Danny<'Buckand! and wife.
raking pine Denmark's Sale Prices In Effect Thru Christmas.,
Mused party held at the skating rink in Gail, of Belovia. Va., were the
needles to in the barns for the
Gainesville. Thursday Dec. II. All thanksgiving' Dav" guest of his Y
stock to sleep on. pausing for a happy those wishing to participate will meet parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur God. Nib .
moment la just flop down on top of the .,. DENMARK FURNITURE p
needles and look up at the sky. Watching at,the': church at 6-4S: p-rat win.' ,tr'IIII'III1II.: ; .
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the clouds float by. calling out "Me/anof Kenneth Williams'of 434 W. Call St. Slacko. Ra. ..
to each other the different shaped School Tallahassee with son. Michael, -and
things we could see. Our castles in the An Intramural soccer program is daughter Brook were holiday guests 984.6828 084.6827

sky. being started at '2:45 p.m. on Wed.. of the W.M. BllIl1ams.I Established In 1923 ,, m-


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t School Buses Have Come A Long Way, Baby I

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A new era of transporting students to school came to The new buses'will be used on the longest routesthe
Bradford County two weeks ago when two new diesel Brooker and Melrose runs. The Brooker route is 96 miles,
A buses loaded with accessories arrived. and Melrose is 92 miles. .
School transportation has come a long way since While the children are on their long ride home they can
students first began to ride buses to school back In the listen to the AM-FM radio. The bus is also equipped with
1930's. The new eight cylinder diesel buses cost $40,000 an Intercom system, so the driver can talk to the
each. They are expected to run for 300,000 miles before the passengers without stopping.In .
engine wears out. opting for the new diesel buses, at twice the cost of a
the now buses win are expected to double the mileage 66-passenger gas bus, the school board Is betting the
of the gas buses; The 68 passenger gas buses get four to diesels will save money In the long run because of lower
five miles per gallon of gas. The diesels are expected to maintenance costs, fewer runs and fewer drivers on the
average seven to nine miles per gallon of diesel fuel. road with the larger buses, and cheaper fuel costs.
4 Until the new diesels arrived two weeks ago, the biggest The board could have bought four 66 passenger gas
I II nrat..s oNSrrv Bradford school buses carried 66 passengers. The new' buses for about the same price it purchased the two
diesels have a capacity of 89 students at one time. diesels.. .

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School Lunch Menus > u m i M r *1 M AI-


Southslde. Starke. Lawtey, Bradford High School menu AL-A-CARTE'
Hampton Brooker Elemen- Monday Dec 8: Cheeseburgers, piz-
tary and Bradford Middle REGULAR za, French fries, milkshakes.
Tuesday Dec. 2: Cheeseburgers,
Schools: Monday, $ ec. 8: Sausage, rice & hamburgers, French fries, onion
Monday. Dec. 8: Macaroni it cheese, tomato gravy, turnip greens, cornbread rings, milkshakes.
bologna cabbage slaw, peach half, cookie, and Wednesday. Dec. 3: Pizza, ham
biscuits
peaches, w/peanut butter milk. burgers, French fries,
cup, and milk. Tuesday Dee. I: Hamburger steak, milkshakes.

I Faraday Dec. >: Beef-vegetable peas cake English Thursday, Dec. 4: Cheeseburgers,
soup crackers, cheese toast, hot rolls, w/fruit topping Pizza, onion rings French fries,
- garden salad, pineapple tidbits, and milk. orange juice
New Wheels... and milk.Wednesday Wednesday Dec. 10: Spaghetti Friday Dec.S
Margie Packham. and Chief Mechanic Edwin Vickery. : Cheeseburgers, pizza,
Admiring the new diesel school buses are:(I-r) OperaThe two 89-passenger diesels,costing'''0,000 each, went Dec. 10: Barbecue on w/meat sauce, French bread, hamburgers, French fries,
tions Director Lennard Register, Bus Driving Instructor on the road two weeks ago. bun,French fries, green beans,ap- cheese stix, apple crisp, and milk. milkshakes
plesauce, and milk., Thursday, Dec. 11: Fried chicken,
Thursday, Dec. Ill Beef-a-ronl, potato salad, sweet peas, Holiness Prayer Chapel
cheese stix tossed salad, fruit strawberry shortcake, and milk. Services: Wed. & Sat. 7:30: p.m.
Lesson in Meter Reading crisp hot rolls, and milk. Friday, Dec. 12: Corndogs, baked .9 mi. from Starke on SRIOOE. Rev.
Friday, Dec. 12: Managers Choice beans, cole slaw applesauce, Owen Tucker Pastor.
Day. cookie, and milk. Everyone Is welcome.

May Have Solved Hampton's .



Large Water Bill ProblemThe MALLARD'S5&10

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problem of large water bills at maximum of $30 for September and

Hampton may be solved after October.
used 113 E. Call Strolalt
engineer Jerome Kelley Lott, after being told his store
demonstrated how to read a water the minimum in November, then
meter to a small turnout at a special recommended to the council that the

meeting last Tuesday, Nov. 25. deposit for new water customers GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE I
Mayor Hank Lott complained to the should be raised from $10 to" $20. i
city council about his water bills the "Nowhere near enough engineer
Lott's
last two months, trying to rectify the !Kelley responded to sugges
high bills that went out to Hampton :tion.Lott
citizens the last two months."I was told his water bill for
am not going to a $30 or $40 November would be under $15.
water bill on my store pay, said Mayor "I don't mind that," Lott said. 25% OFF I
Lott, who operates Lett's Country Lester McCullough, who received a 4001 off I
Corner. "I am going to hook up a water bill of$89.92 for September and I -
water pump for my store." $72 for October reported his meter Stock
Entire
Only two members of the council, read that he had used about 6,000 .
Chairman Ted Curtis and Coun- gallons In November. until the Nov. 23 E, l'Jthlllll1uat Go
cilwoman Lola Williamson, attendedthe meeting. I
first 40 minutes of the special "I can't stand a $30 a month water Saturday Night
meeting. Councilwoman Jane Hall at- bill," McCullough said. ,
tended the final 10 minutes of the ses- On his September bill McCulloughwas e'V., 7 to 11 p.m.
sion. charged with using 243,494

"Ain't worried about it, I've got a gallons of water. a' Absolute Final Chance for 25% Discount on Everything left in store
well," Lott said. Council several yean ago received N
Kelly, the consulting engineer from from the Farmer's Home Administration Is _. tt.1.a.
to rftlt ttllt.ll. Ilev_ It. .
Sverdrup & Parcels of Gainesville, a federal grant and loan totaling
pointed out If meters are bad the $258,400 to Improve and expand
council should buy some spare ones tt Hampton's water system. Until then
I use as replacements while the fault; the Hampton water system had many
ones are being repaired. leaks and a worn out pump. Many
Curtis and meter reader Kennett residents could get no water at times IfCC
I Brown went to Mayor Lett's store to so low was the water pressure.
read the meter. They reported to Lott The town purchased the waterworks -'
'
, that, according to the meter reading from former; Mayor Arthur : .
I they had just taken Nov. ,25? the Bruno then got a $91,300 loan and a WIflTERREGITRATIOfl ---- -_. -
Ihiinimum amount of water had not $167,000 grant from FmHA. A new
been used at his store. pump was purchased and new waterlines
, "Why was I billed and paid $30 for laid, a project that was just F E
1 each of the last two months?" Lott finished in August of 1980. The loan is :
asked. "I don't mind paying a to be repaid over a 40-year period at ,
, reasonable bill," the mayor added. five percent interest.
Council tabled Lott's suggestion to
Council set up a special payment
schedule for water customers under raise the deposits to new cutomers until "'
which Includes a $30 maximum pay the Dec. 9 regular monthly SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE _, ,' '< :; :...
The council meets at 7:30 STARKE CENTER ;" ;:
meeting.
ment for any bills received more than n : ,' i ira .
$30. Customers were allowed to pays p.m. In the Hampton city hall. BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL ..'r \' ,,, .,;,.
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N. TEMPLE AV[. H' -
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National i Guardsmen Mobilized in 1940 'ruo, -'; dol')rlt .Ills I STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 .
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':\\I I. IIN( \ i ; WINTER TERM. 1981 r' ,
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: "To"Gother' Sunday' in Starke ,d,r II; .- ,. .
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: iw.Bloodworth announced that will beheld at the local Ed- '- ,' "
a armory on .
et-together" of National Guardsmen wards Road In Starke this Sunday Monday, December ... 8, :. REGISTRATION 8:00: I.m. to 1:00: p.m. i

vho w i mobilized In the fall of 1940 Dec. 7,at 2 p.m. Tuesday, December 9 REGISTRATION 8oo..m.: to 1:00: p.m. & 6:00: p.m. to 1k00 p.m. d, I
In 1940 guardsmen from Florida, Wednesday. December 10 REGISTRATION 8:00 .m. to 1:00: p.m. ,1'1Thursd.V. t
r.;;: Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama ,
December' 11' REGISTRATION 8:00: I.m. to 1:00 p.m. ? '

were which mobilized had just opened at Camp, according Blanding to Tuesday, December18.; ,; :;." REGISTRATION .m. to 1:00: p.m. 1 J.<.0

n... Bloodworth. Wednesday December 17 ,J' REGISTRATION .m. to 1:00 p.m. & 6:00: p.m. to 800 p.m.
Those men who served at that time I,,'' 2'dl I' '
Friday January REGISTRATION.800..m.t01:00p.m.6oop.m.to8OOp.m.: :
had in the for ,.
to
agreed serve guard .
one year. During that year the Monday, .Janusry'" 5'" EGISTRATION .8:00 .m. to 1:00: p.m. & 6:00: p.m to 8:00: p.m. "h'u.

Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor Dec. ...' r L',
7, 1941 and the duties were extendedfor Monday, January' ,: 6' ., WINTER TERM CLASSES BEGIN .\1fl ,. '
some men for five or more .
years. > ": 'I l
Bloodworth explained that allover ) ".:,.,,..: ,
the United States ceremonies or ....:.. Thursday January :..,.' 8 ADD-DROP. 8:00: a.m. to 1:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m. to 8:00: p.m. ,
media articles are being held to honor f Frldav January 9 LAST DAY TO ADD 800; a.m. to 1:00 p.m. j
the 40th anniversary of the mobilizing,,
of the guard troops that. served in 1 i .,,, Friday, JanuaryY ,'16' LAST DAY TO DROP & RECEIVE REFUND 8:00: a.m. to 1:00: p.m. !

World War II. Friday, Janu.ry1. 16 FEES DUE TODAY 8:00 '.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Local people were members of the Wednesday March .25 NO NIGHT CLASSES
124th Infantry and the 31st Infantry I
and In 1943 were sent to the South Thursday March 26 NO CLASSES

Pacific to fight for this country in Friday, March 27. NO CLASSES I

.New Guinea, according to Blood- Friday April 17 CLASSES END -
worth. ,
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Methodists Plan COURSE SECTION ID COURSE TITLE TIME DAYS CREDIT INSTRUCTOR

December Activities
REL2300 061 P Maj. Rei. 20th Cent... 10:30-11:451.m.: MW 3'' McFadden \

Communion will be offered with REL 2120 061 P Religion In America 07:00-09:45 p.m. M 3 McFadden
U.M.Y. senior president Jay Eaves
DeblOverstreet assisting and U.M.Y. senior vice- HUM 1020 064 P Intro. to the Humanities 0630.9:45 p.m. M 4 Mumbauer .,
president Vickie Carver the
scriptures. reading EEC 1000 061 D Intro, to Child Development 07:0)9:45: : M 3 Stegelln
Donate Cents '
Following the morning service all MUL 011 062 t- P Music. Apprecl.tlon 07:00-09:45: p.m. T 3 Rosenshein
For New EquipmentFor older single adults are Invited to a
Rescue Unit Holiday Luncheon In the Fellowship ENC 1136 062 P Intro. to Literature 07:0)9:46: p.m. T 3 Chandler )

Hall the United Methodist Women SS.1010. 062 P .Social' Sciences .07:0)9:45: p.m. T 3 Lederm.n '
Debt Overstreel auxiliary spouses sponsor this yearly treat under the ,. (',' I
of the Bradford County Hospital direction of Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr., ISC, 1000 063. P. Fund: of Physical Science 07:0)9:46: p.m. W 3 Guy :." .' .. ., :" '

off Teenage the two Volunteer prl.... the Program C.ndyatrlpen, shows tivities.coordinator of Local Church Ac- BUL2111 063 D Buslnea Law l 07:00-09:46: p.m. W 3 Hawk .

are giving the lucky winner in a drawIng It'. of'year gain BSC010 063 P ,Gerisia. 'folopy i 07:00-.: -9:45 p.m.' W 4 .Johnson';
for new equipment for the hasty call "
emergency rescue unit. everyone opportunity to (Must be taken with Lib)
the church office to reserve fora '
First prlxe Is the Christmas poinsettia plant in honor of space a loved -, MAF'2001 064 P Mrriiage and Family o7:00-09:4Sp.m.: 'H 3 Hett''.'' : ) S :
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Second Is ,. ,
lighthouse. the Yule
prlie /"a. )
one. The poinsettlas will garland the y WOH 2022 081 .p Modern World History 07:0)9:45: p.m. H 3 Huber. \
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log.Donation altar on Sundays Dec. 14, 21. and = : : '::1.' : ".;' :
be are M from cents. Tickets Teenae'Velunteer. ..ay' Wednesday, Dec. 24. "c ECO 2023 064 D. ,Ps n.AT Economic,I I 07:00-4)9:45 p.m. H 3 Femweger .q;.;; '",,';'
purchased any :r? 4
or the hospital gin shop. Appointments pictures for are the being Church confirmedfor Photo BSC1010L 063 P Gentll1ll81 J.. logy Lab 06:00-.8:00 p.m. .F' 0 :Johnson ,.,k; 4 ij'I"-"- "I
The drawing set at 8 p.m, Dee. 15at Album. Dates available for .IJ t. !'. :,'''' ".
sittingsare ;
the hospital at the annual mother : 'Friday. Dec. 5 3:3O-t:3Oi.: : ; -5.-- ,s...se. ,*- 'Santa .... Com"'ICoII' .N .lIcaIH to the soneept of egwl oppOrt."II" The \1';, : .t bCofeos ::1 \
and daughter tea. andWednesday will not dI!"rlm''''.'' '0" the Dull of r race color, NII.'Oft' sex, age. natlonN ,y ." +. \
Debt would like any boy or girl interested Saturday?Dec.IIOOCHOO( ; .1'r' !'4-. "."..'...pory 'itarmp/oyment. .Practices. or In the Hm.'Oft' .n4 treatment of, "!" '. :' ;My. .( ';
Call .
Dec. 10 3:>>9:30.: .. orughiooc.. ;tn
In becoming a Teenage "' 1>1 j. A "I' '
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Mrs. Norman Contl for an appoint- I .:r. II .
Volunteer to contact her, phone '-. *'ttl fi'' ,'. l' ;:!) \
ment. These pictures are for "

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t ieara.r termssmrmelgJa y 3
---d I Bf tot. One year teras
went to Robert Scan and ArttarSeftrii
; !..years Jlaacy Oda and
tiey Ijn jtod, (aree years. !>
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lboemwwtn notebook Bobby ,

A me tar's Taylor .'
be abode II- may taw. .

irea allIbnr"--7s amasses _.....
Come to the ParadeThis
December. January and. *
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the ideal base far _jar Burford
years Camas Parade, a ==e-1 ia Starke.bids fair to pro' Ae FORESTRYNftLUFMftl oho-ptra me.There a assfor holly. ,I
its usual spartSr-g csxts r xsccaesx xsd.: 'a4 a.=act to saute Uos Satnrdxy. a weB-pBaaed landscape: defy limited areaj.
Dec. C. for the coawgr-sra: srartza: $ as: Iii a.ar CI4TT tttcnate arc earefoOy or near an en
........-.y p1MIed. include: dwarf

We have ociy" ceb:: of a&r a-rzo-Aalc g pazaaewatcbem after the sharer is Mate a earefol: study pewee to .aucuba.fatsia.
stelae; nandraa.boxwood.
stick arocnd: a*one aai:: fearo =ire tsc. fcrjwizag; aroBod oar local shops and see what IJIC:! .tt to obeys the best dwarf gardeiua.
Sa=ca a offerang lID soppir: ywar 9ft Hgrracg !ids rat here oa S&arke. Nonejedtowaste # plaacs for y ar.ree'-- Consider ( and others.

1 tie::: Gr' sv 9xwAl me b gv ar;: d t ssl= !to stmp "Lars CrismIas..lt"s:: aD right bells CIa = mean IIIft-.I! a seiiesta draoage(pAast aaa and-sasfax sIIa+ I:

tie s&eSr'ES of ytiar tniem3j_ tKcaetirara! r'.*j.:>''a* ass ga.re.eats, niXimate! : sue of property of there are
ptaats. he relation of aae ground too {
The anr of sobs power aaaaeaergy ....,. a regards (a form, use. lawn and grasses..
source a ps.dwumg afar and seaamuj anteiest f ease
easy JIQIiias
Controlseeded a.ldaBon..... amf tnlragr. ...... lower and covers.
on Premature -wqjJI-- ckaraeteruSKSi
..... .?.w.. III f --1IIm' are strips of
..as p.etresosar & --- ..1k5
and
.- lOee'i"di+r foan. aa aoe'i'e'er drives
Reporting of EJecton"Jl1.lu"s0'2 1IibL t associated s nth
shade
here
".. .hie rasthrYulneautifiixntaess ahe III
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a good
distrollsommog mdonm s- abuse twb They .iU pw latter spread carpet
dal art: ai'' *vat Rf r"r- artni tS 'e .... ... ...... tJJIB. ill spaces thai msxftt seen at
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pC rise
511Z : west have good
ground
iTSuita rf < tearaaoce dn jed '. .ti: :. Irr under pbme&Outsider
tmg; ag iim-gncig-' : arise: The >ti to 79 petO=L TBc aM 1Ir8t and Algerian
r 5'riff +!Sill i1cet! d the bwI5 Is BS estimated" that dr... fire wsri ivy.
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a !g aiwritrrmi 45OJKO shore' juniper..
I1IJ1 ;.!reveat: the sue of
late-voting:: home and.
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CAL on .
M-maze-m-erf frnta brig Go- -nr".c fireweed ill Florida\; is dwarf Large orarpCTtenog
-.mtd seien nix :aecv XvnsEixr 4 as a result.tyrezone : of the of
Kat the
flalemrred by I mxlts. rteoua ft begin w+d gain Wand property remember that
'trcs mz xewaacnif amiof interference -, teases. has a.i.a3 tdiII can as lake ap waUe space for .
.AC ... air'ray I.a put -be inrirs !be: aIioInee Ifae besides beeoaatag a problems They do not
"rem6e a:1ec! e3SF early JNb''iPod' amces- process_d dryiag a aaflfto be planned.The
:r.c nsIi.t:5: Ma m'F ;a--I tie saeo.A enw by lip 3tt1*&. reports FarestLmalma. miaaeeva mm staadpouc, the selection and

r City is aa ewrtatal tBOMut will reward
aan aJU01& 36weni& r 4 dazeagfietit ; .
--aoI weO-desraed landscape "
t time ill Florida a a which
l ratty ..J1.1"X.1Cezeof; Bare a reae>'B en made/as of treee -:2tIr.:!> tfffi die' acfiicvtd wolf a proper ,.jc'

.... s T-jc&urjr 4QC the texas fetes best to correcttius kale.wad barvesaed a the bIII: can beeciectwly strnptaory.coatratt and.scale ,- "'
dse ;nv sa..d a-4. d earn svtctezz,. aid raidncxrs. deplorat hJ._ i-a.._.. _!r<_One an"am snare.-- < ..... ..''''''.'".
!kas: arrra:' r' too ackte. .
= a= asce A properly punned laDd5
na-4--Ars ietnev cbe waved be to follow the Euro ; ""
=&Xhl and a 'I"r..larmEJ'rK : ,,.Us !:ad: cr..Md us rwtwre We The idea: of kota."rtns ..ng a towns the temptation to add(. lps e
d e ; *=.'*.xt TTi 'i* ctacOSTT : *, lean practice of voting CIa saaa kJla a expeooBy ffcacmig Ir- add pieces of plant material. at'.J
""Ci ''CIa !aJlIaU: 't4iUC "e1r e-aArted Sonrfaj: and then stagger rna saodL -Jtaoy aatatear windvwtcrs after fads on sate or mares ( rl,ey: l'iwt:
s ,=,*WJT 'a 3dt !tR15: +6ce boars so that polls : tie tome nabnr w__ to wea-atteacioned friends. As good .. ) 1"011111
s L:!tee t.rs atIrf1'c dM-xsa eldare centmB are lime 0ui r M w
ao planned
S&A14Mrs the en ei faere actrsem.e came [csaakugs, i
; would dose at
rd nr! p,, ".. .1Idotta but 11II7 fleas bate Uesie fi.rams are a c--l unity u ,pgacnarand;,
t Cat t' .e' relowrqu= :SffS71AMS same time. This: esapass.....to dry saga qua- badwape.Select ( .al t aagoey
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is trff".tsa
: iu'Afii'e a y'jg'jr rvdm,2 far la $ ar efrct.rts gk0se bit voters in Hawaii, bat even areas for special ( yery.4J-e r .
t".TSrats tiatiBeraTLfect : Inrtg .'a rAOd! art !:ae IS'ar Se there the poiTs could -A seal ---.. a rf ta bsco-n-ajiaji e.f fsLaC3re f- any btu ."!-vet toi BO a chase a-ca. ad dose at openptm baa.capaUe of flr).., on so boanl forts rm too peat an area. \ ( &'und C,a:tree
sues ;:. aa- P'f feet! .hasher. ca*be butt at inUe expa only these! plants that are strong ,; fng talc.r .
"s tl are ttaTaBg and race a* .eO as vttbmt: too moch incrjutveraence i imlwiB dry the wood.2bil% fceaKky.a does not pay to I + Var
-64 lame heal rams rat were to anyone. JBa tame. ....... .R stacked andaerdraed fljoaarr f ojDaatirjr. Iles, V.ijed
encrZo B tat
& sa saii c /
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ccriM-aasrf out
aasarfs CI".aH. have a a eMffeatMoalnay.."
06C21: etarj3S tmte-a ClIaltaCre "-1IIe l&, that,once
the &fe:+erlm Letweta01roasts At any rate something groa.vg t remem
air: <6!**ax. freed is to be dome in spited the noel loos are say aerlar. '!beMIar.nd the plants JOB select,and what : tree.was placed in
Crewwd drjer was leave to offer a way of beauty .
.squawks that sill undoubtedlycome .
at.eiupeJ\Trgrna Tecwfcde functions m the landscape .1
tto
"lie bi.nl7 try bIlL ac ourtaeyfrr An aciiai-jl: to the Calsfar-.. from the teZeriuoa. networks a..a.r dryer. IS described BB a. '. was spotted by
to Out north! co> *-!' IUa S ereear7 of State said who are' wiXScg to =:" .& Of.Sfcfoe pbnts prefer sonqr quick call was

that socix (SsxerTwas ttL VatrJvrvznKsa Car drsq. -toe= tay. pofl in sacrifice anything to beat dlldIe'ts'Fjn.e select and for swains Ito type jumpers alno bolaes.. jm willing without to cope suc

% pnmlKsgs eatt chat: state .ot e lJ- raca2! at t2 their competitors to the news. kites work aa the cs.vec>Dad tletiras*.,pyracaaiaa. Clay County
be sacoasta&f enncmCerf.: ptrcece. Voter turnout but intt But to stand for boors waning ..,--aMl tea be cant ructed_1tIC nows. Inn .,... shade called. and a
For totste tau Canada tiasbrjarfeaaci !!!:<* caning tocars after the in fine to vote when the candidate a am r of todls and etpertael oo crepe myrtle the scene. A
f< result in the ea.'IUr1zr..r..es taro and Pr already conceded defeat is a ed-JidlllC'/ ..go alLs- squad a short
ctYad
*-Kiden( Cartels too- hart eater piastK. 4 a..a.a sorted to shaded there was no
ut/>weiMrx !tame: trice earl)' cnectsaauL. the rotcr title too much to expect of nwtal covered web Mack pan an the ar tida. .. -, English ny. the turkeys
even the most loyal voter. awirtr to trap he neat.V yourpanels kriepe amid JP4_ instead of a
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arescvofved. Imm noted
Ragged picas wteeh will
I F rip ....__about either SIDbr- either sobs or Made and late Sew i by the
11e Right to Clean AirThe ..U' Forestry.Forest Products Sea abefia. aatea. ........ poda on Dee.&,7.
r... CtOmt BarJrfag. TaOataasee. fopwauda.. .eIemdr. will be
Florida:XEMl. toopwum. vtbiw_ was more band
right cf private citizens In retadencg its decision swats, the law provides that yaspeu WIJ' ......
to soe for clean air and water the court O"me aMI y tea.
reinstated an circuit courts
has been may require acomplaining
affirmed the
by state l-nK tlvo"d not agaiRst the citizen to post Ira plant far aedfjoe or serves..
court in landmark name's ...... ism .
supreme
a South Florsda Water Manage- bond. It also stipulates that -No goods .iL1Mt yoa vaaf, take a took
decision that says Use complaining metst District: and the leis--r--.W. H0w k.BslnB*. podocarpa pyratantb. "Thuro is no umatih but
Department question raised must be f *
Deed Ma.: John RtnfcM.
: citizen not show )
of Environmental real and not merely .
any special from the
injury Regulation. The theoretical
complaint and that the com-
alleged poCution in order to be
alleged that a spillway pSamtant has a bona Ode and i .... .
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hearti <, .
In court. operated ..A ..... _
by the district near direct interest. to the result "'- UQRip
'I The practical, effect of the Jupiter was a source of pouu- -i::: a4 i i "s is"N '

ruling B to make each citizen tion of the Loxafcatchee Rnrer vf.wo' : 'Qrrnrnn! 11
a "pmrate attorney generaT The right to breathe dean 0\ ..: y
The air and drink unpolluted 0 ,
in the fight against ftIY J'OII- court maintained that V :
mental poOution. It lifts all there is no requirement in the water was once taken for 7 ok BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN
Florida citizens the capacity act that a citizen must show granted but Ibis is no longer A ; i .M.MILLER
j to protect their inalienable: some special injury from the case. If a citizen most go IJt.. !=4 pw.esaos

right to a clean environment pollution in order to try to to court to insure Ibis God- rtid w.'now'..- sescape chose_. -raga.Peo ces.. .......Ills snow Ac-I.........3.11s.a.

a right not previously afforded abate it given right it is good to know .. .. .. .
.a. wise in e.d air fw. -=55 fie... .. .
to them directly. that the State Supreme Court, ...
so..pew sit Miss Von55.5E Ss .
In an effort to limit frivolous at least, ism bis side. ..... ,
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Nar.to1i'Rick I.
Hinds v"< Mrs. Stella Andrews of St. Cloud Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee-and Mr. '
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was Wednesday overnight guest of and Mrs. Jimmy Lee and families of '
To Wed Dec; 5 Mr. and Mrs. Levon Andrews and Kissimmee were Thanksgiving

Mr. and Mrs: E.M.' Norton, Sr. of they spent Thanksgiving at the Andrews guests of their parents, Mr..and Mrs.. 'I
Kingsley Lake announce the approaching reunion at New River Church. Nealy McConnell, Jr. '

marriage of their
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Paul Faulkner daughter Sarah to Rick Hinds, son of I
home Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Hinds of ..
The lovely new home of Mr.and Mrs. Paul Faulkner on bedrooms llvlngroom, dlnlngroom kitchen breakfast Starke. .
SKI6 Is of brick construction. It Includes an efficiency room utility room and family room. The home Is located The wedding will bean event of Friday ;"\.
apartment and ,has eight rooms plus two baths) two just past Brownlee Road on the West side o( SRI6. Dec. S, at 8 p.m at Morgan Road uI1t.m .

-, .- ._ _. Baptist Church.,,' $\ockir> : adafu1r4r. \
All friends and relatives are Invitedto
attend as no Invitations are being &- G\tt\ \, '
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Stringer, Choose ;
William Jordan r '
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Plan Dec. 20 Wedding .* 4"

lot Emmett R. 'Stringer of Decatur A Variety' 't CK )Hems/

Ga. announces the engagement and ''
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daughter Letreze to William Eston :Stockings |:
JOrdan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eston .
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ak www. Jordan of Starke. ; '<" '..J
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The bride-elect is also the daughterof '
the late Est lle P. Stringer: \Ornaments:
The Is for Saturday ""
wedding planned
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Dec. 4terian. Churcht ,;,Rugs ;:.f
Presbyat
Highlands In "Wall l ,
Gainesville with a reception following HarwJngstl

Bradford Villas In the church recreation hall. t\.lt, :.- ''"% "Softs'I'sS' B

DM you knew.. ... x-i|: : Counted ; Cross" .SBtwrlu1' ;
Bradford Villas built by Longchamp li brick veneer and furnished with carpeting custom drapes will be decorated : '
I has two bedrooms dining and llvlngroom together, Hto for Christmas. These townhouses are very practical for Albert Kruse of Costa Rica Central ",\', ,:,>'i n ;::\" ; :' "; '

bathe steel doors In front add back, nice cabinets, nicely people living alone: they sell for 32.400 and up. They will America Is spending two weeks with <':\\ \ris\me t.versltlequickest.. -

also have a club house for owner's use. Mr. and Mrs R.R. Chism. ,t'.k:; ; : ,' 'n,,' .. ,,' The
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I Tour of Homes To Be Held SundayThe Crestview Capt. amd Mrs.home Robert Cooper of \,, 'W 't ,", V"F;t "": MagicNeedle
from ,
were Wednes- \ ''
old you know.... day to Sunday with his parents Mr. .. i:,\" ,.;:\},:giving .' on "market..;** ::-L'\f'd
Starke Woman's Club will pre- SrS and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. The Coopersalso' ", \\ >>,.... ", : ",\\:,. ,,'.'" \ .., "' IS. .
sent their annual Christmas tea, had as Saturday guests Mrs. : \ ,' ',' \ ,;:, ..,
bazaar and Tour of Homes Mr. and Mrs. James A. of \ It.
on Sunday Flynn ..,, '
Joyce Perryman and daughter ; ." 1517 Bessoot Rd.
Tickets at Paulsboro N.J. last week ,' .
Dec. 7. from 2 to 4 p.m. were guestsof Laurie and Ilsl r.ln'law. Fay. of ; -
$3.00 each may be purchased from n Rev. and. Mrs. John Flynn. Trenton. i 964.13300ZCUDDLEMEFiE
any club member or at the door. r.
Guests will start at the Woman's
Club for tea and attend the bazaar
after which they will receive a map of
the Tour.

Homes on display this year will be ,
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul -, .

Faulkner on Raiford Road, and Bradford .'" ,
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Road Starke: the Kingsley Lake Property ;., .
i Owner, Clvrc" Centon on ;t.:

.Hi.I Kingsley Lake.,iomesof Eugene Mat 1 !id o ,,.. U-"I.j." 1.1.. ,1
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Christmas DinnerThe ff" -
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Junior Woman's Club held their Wendy McRae Chapman \ )

Christmas buffet dinner
champagne Your
ants gift exchange Monday night at Wendy McRae, To Keep I ,
I;'the club house. Jeff } I
Chapman
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b "'out In the dining area by the use of red Married Dec. 2 #. Ii \
and white checked cloths en the ,xIO'Iq "" "C; ,, ; r,
Mrs. 6 ed One Warm
Wendy McRae,daughter of VIvian n9t !
tables. The focal point was a beautiful McRae of Starke and Jeff Chapman >6nr "r

Ctu.i\IN:' '!gigs' Atra5WX; or:feeds and of Jacksonville were united in o) 1, _
des& HS enjoyed by all. t __ .
marriage Tuesday, Dec, 2, in
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Afterwards member
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haMtJaaVOnrtJtmaS' iftV"Soecial Iva 6riJ wcilolniJov r, .if .
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""The' couple were attended by thebfide's '"
guests for the(evening were mother and Henry Hedged.The lonsrlt 9/1b I ''A .$iLt1
JtSOoMrdf like dlatttditi4)] ) Junior newlyweds are living inJacksonville ti 7I .1a ) bin; : "
division 'of Jacksonville and Mrs. / \ ;
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W.H. Thomson!, president 4//(, the [ .. ."''.' .
bllStat'lW'W mM''i Clot .'1111'S.,'fl$>inson I 3 bluow .)tit.o I .. ." \
=G9 @ !arse' r3' ritH a'&'check for Mrs.: Hazel Tanner ..... '. '
liB theft't3ta'IW'bf' p..oeeeds from' ,the Celebrates ,'r Aiiswr.il-)ov .
Birthday. -1 .A" ......
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Mrs. Hazel Tanner was v9 .
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.RM+1 enHawhns day Dec. 7. from 2-4 at the plub:!house Bennett at their home in Lawtey. rlium oti J Jidlsmoa .
toanrWd'thePalradeof' HAme Helping to celebrate the occasion 1 '.
lour ')rlO ftt :
nu )I'Th' WWAy\ t tend an Invitation to were 46 guests. .' .I ( "" / '>',

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9"1 Mr. and 'Mrs.:Michael Skinner of +) lllosJiqani nth9d /J "

Lisa Mooneyham- Atlanta spent the! long weekend with I,'w 14 V' t91duobnu Ihw 11111 /, 'I1ii\ 1 '. j .; l lII
her pa rents,"'Mr. and Mrs. tit "I. W. ,,. \ l'f '

tirsjlf, >pher! Lawsonto : Copeland. They all spent Thursday George .... ). I:<, ,. 1 rt(1( f'b 0"."uiJ. art'jfI' ;'eII'r":.:.. ,...... .4'4".... .',>i\, ';")1.
wed Dec 13 Saturday at "' <
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and Mrs. Gary.Win. :" .j f' oj nIrIlVll'i \ ",,.r'i ,
''Mr.1: and Mrs. Wallace Mooneyhamof 'W : 'f ..
Lake Butler announce the approaching .,1 VfSCU{ ofI l p'j1'J1.in ..... ., I'I.I. "
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daughter Lisa Elizabeth to .,,,,, "'f) /..'>'> .' '.,.1.. 'irljrt&liw')1"I,1'j: : ,: ., '
Christopher Lawson, son of Mr. and ,)!. ,' J -;";>,,i ': J" rl baJ ;,. fjhl ; ;'", f'.''' ," .'
Mrs. Daniel Lawson of Raiford. : r ''r ( '\ r ', ..' .
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The wedding will be an event'of ., ,: '
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A reception will follow In the e 1.t'n" /J' \ '; -:' : oil; ; '
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All friends and relatives. are invited 'Put your home on. ;;' ,.lid l,. 11',., ..: h": ., .'.7:" \, .."' ." 'J>, '. \1: .' ,.'(\. ...
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Hospital Auxiliary St. Edwards Church Lucky Leaf

Planning ChristmasTea Christmas BazaarThe 0 4-H Club Meets

December 15 Bazaar sponsored by St Ed the Lucky Leaf 4-H club elected of.

Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary ward's Catholic Church'will be held 074h ficers at their meeting recently for
made plans for the annual Christmastea Friday and Saturday at the entranceof the 1980-01 school year {
for hospital employees to be held Stump's Department Store in the Taking office' are;' l-csitfent( .
Monday Dec. 15 at their November Bradford Square Shopping Center. : Robert Carver; vlce-pfesidcnt -
dinner-meeting held Monday night of Among items featured will be hand Jamey Whitehead; secretary Kim
last week at the Western Steer Steak made Christmas gifts for all age Sapp; treasurer Jamie Carver;
House. groups. Baked goods will also be sold. reporter Susan Sapp; chaplain. Der.
.v President Doris Overstreet presided Give away items are f 100 cash and a rick Dowdy;,sergeant'at arms. .- John
I made '
hand doll house.Thanksgiving.
the and .
over meeting gave a reporton Rfgga
the A.F.II.A. annual meeting held The club meets the last Tuesday
in Orlando Nov. 57. She was accom- 'rtlt MansOn night of the month at the home of Mr.
panied by Bernadine Early i r[ I g Thursday a special Thanksgiving and Mrs. Warren Carver at 7:30: p.m.
Mrs. Sadie Elder was welcomed Mass was celebrated at Sl Edward's The club invites anyone' In the
back Into the Auxiliary. Mrs. Clarice Church by the pastor Father Heilbron Springs area between, the
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Stephens replaces Mrs. Ida Plummer Edward Rooney. Steven Spell servedas ages 8-18 to attend. '
to be work-schedule chairman. Mrs. 1 Altar Boy, Donna Samons as
Stephens will also assist Mrs. Early in organist, Mary Gissy was Lector.
the gift shop.Sandra Gifts were presented by Mr. and Mrs. +rfr Mamie Lou Edwards '

.tL O'Brlant Johnson gave a Victor Gingras. Celebrates Birthday : ,
At time
-.. .:. I report on the new scholarship fund. Ronda Grirfli Offertory parishioners
... ...- The educational loan committee was Earl Crawford brought to the altar gifts of canned Mrs. 'Mamie Lou Edwards
Starling formed with: president Sandra goods and food staples. These were celebrated her,88th birthday Saturday
John Sa roons O'Briant Johnson; secretary Ada later distributed to the needy.At ks. at a family dinner given by her
Reddish and treasurer Linda Johns. Rondo E. Griffis the conclusion of'the Liturgy ., son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

Janna E. Starling. Volunteers were asked to help the Earl B. CrawfordTo Father Rooney blessed the congregation 1Sharon Mrs. Drew Reddish at their home on
and the food items
Salvation "Bell for brought along Debra Street.
Army as Ringers"
John D. Samons December. 70% of these funds go to Wed Jan. 30 to be later used at Thanksgivingmeals. Among the 17 attending, those from

Engagement Told state for the aid in disaster relief and Mrs. Elaine C.Griffis is announcingthe out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. David
30% of each dollar in Bradford Decorations in the Church consistedof Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and
stays and
Rev. and Mrs. James E. Starling County. engagement approaching seasonal foliage with a huge cornucopia Mrs. Rex Mixon of Jacksonville Mr.
announce the engagement and approaching Hospitality Chairman reminded marriage of her daughter, Elaine C. under the altar. This was fill- and Mrs. W.L. Royster Jr. 6f North
Shop of Starke to Earl Broderick
marriage of their members that Christmas Griffis ed with fruits and vegetables which Augusta, S.C, and Mrs. Mary Moore
gift Crawford of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
son Coston fashions sUlttrO lStump's
daughter. Janna to John David later
the
were given to children
attending
of Lawtey.
items are now available in the shop W. Crawford of Lake. Miss
Samons son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kingsley Donna Samons thanked Department Store as she
was for
Samons, all of Starke. and to encourage friends and Griffis is also the daughter of the late providing the decorations. modeled at the Woman's Club Did you fcnotv....
Miss Starling is the granddaughterof neighbors to stop in and browse Ronald M. Griffis of Starke. Fashion Show Nov. 15.
Rev. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs of around for gift ideas. The wedding will be an event of Friday Advent Service Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and son
Jacksonville and Mrs. Ola Starling of Jan. 30, 1981, at 6:30: p.m. in Preceding the Saturday Vigil Mass Old you fcnow..t. David of Hollywood spent Friday and

Lawtey. Hello Worldlv Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. the Advent Wreath was blessed by Mrs. W,H. Thomson and grandsons. Saturday with his parents,' Mr.' and
Miss Starling and Mr. Samons are Miss Griffis and Mr. Crawford are Father Edward Rooney with Bill and Brad Hamilton will spend the Mrs. G,A. Gay.
both graduates of Bradford High both graduates of Bradford High parishioners joining in special weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
School and Mr. Samons is senior at School. Miss Griffis attended Santa In Miss AdrienneBarry returned to
a for the Season of Advent. The Thomson and son, Todd
the of Florida. Fe Community College and is Wreath Birmingham Southern College on
University consisted of a circle of four Tallahassee and attend the UF FSU
The wedding is planned for Feb. 20, presently employed at Camp Blan- candles, three purple and one pink, game. Sunday after being home for 10 days.
ding. Mr. Crawford is a graduate of
1981, in the First Baptist Church of surrounded by greenery. The altar
St. Johns River Community College
Graham.All .
friends and relatives are invitedto 1 and Lake is Butler employed at Owens-Illinois in was held covered large purple with a candles purple cloth entwined and IELIf( 1Kill:? eu till

attend. All friends and relatives are invitedto with Father lavender Rooney flowers. In encouragersparishioners his homily Get your perm now

attend the wedding and reception. to enter the Christmas From Now till 12 Noon Dec 23rd

Stork Shower For Belay Stringer Season with a true spirit of peace. 8a.m. till 5 p.m. Mon Fri.IRENE'S .

Grandma Chastain Old you know....
Mrs. Kelly ForsythMrs. Mr. and Mrs.John Stringer of Plea- BEAUTY SALON

Kelly Forsyth was honored at sant Hill Ala. announce the birth of a Unperturbed by FallIt Mrs. L.H. Gibson spent Nov. 22-26
a stork shower Monday night given daughter Betsy, born Nov. 13. will take more than a three year with Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson at 9645033 2207 ,Raiford Road
by Mrs. Kent Graudon and Miss An- Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. old decking her great grandmother to Merritt Island.
drea Eaves at the home of the latteron M.R.Judd of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. get Mrs. Pauline J. Chastain ruffled. $S10$$
Colley Road. J.B. Stringer, Sr. of Pleasant Hill, It all happened Saturday Nov. 27, at COUPON ,
The refreshment table was covered Ala. the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Chas- Mr and Mrs. Bill Weldon and fami- : r
with a pink linen cloth and centered tain when the family was enjoying ly of Bushnell will be weekend guestsof $10.00 off on all
with a ceramic bootie and high chair their Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Joining the r
filled with eucalyptus and dried white Danielle Criiline Barnett Great granddaughter Monique, family on Saturday will be Mr. and ;'k ,;;. \ $25-$30 Perms
of Cocoa
and Barnett
berry sprays. Yvonne Bobo sister of Roger Lucy three years old, ran in front of Mrs. Mrs. Steve Welcon and family of Mac-
the honoree poured punch and was Beach announce the birth of a Chastain and caused her to trip while clenny. tJ'if Please bring
Danielle Crlstme born coupon
assisted in serving by Tara Graudon. daughter carrying a bowl of Jello to the table.
Games with prizes were played by Nov. 13 in Wuesthoff Hospital in Mrs. Chastain fell face down still Mr and Mrs. Don Hardy spent Fri- L \- 'ad good Iii Dec. 23,1980
the 17 guests during the party hours Rockledge, Fla. Mr. and holding up the dish of Jello. The family day to Sunday in Okeechobee visiting
7:30: and 9 p.m. Maternal grandparents are ran to her side to see if she was relatives.
Mrs. Linwood Bobo and Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Bradley and paternal hurt.

Thomas Dwyer. mother and grand- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. II.E. "No I do this all the time, the day is i
mother of the honoree were among Barnett, all of Starke. not complete until I fall a couple of ESTABLISHED 1904 i

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The hostesses presented the Old/ you know... same position." To prove it she did. OVER 130 STORES
honoree with a baby swing as a To top it off, she didn't spill a drop of SERVING THE SOUTHEAST
memento of the occasion.
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day from Alachua General Hospital daughters, Deidre and Amada
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weekend
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daughter Mr and Mrs Bob Little Caret FA
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guests of their father Bill Graham.
Vicky Turner of Belle Glade Lin
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Mrs. Lila Caldwell, Mrs. Lila Rae
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Yawn Mrs. June Edwards and Mrs.
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Duncan attended the funeral of
Cindy
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Girl Scout Newsby Community News I
Mr. by Elizabeth G. WalkerDell
and Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand final meeting! of the year.The I
Wednesday to Friday with her family had a family gathering at Carolyn Eaves Chapter 168 OES The Installa- drive be launched for February The Bradford County Christian Mis-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Pipkin In their camp on the Suwannee River Phone: HM-5812 tlonof officers will be held Saturday. activity will terminate on the fourth sionary and Literary Society
Bonifay, Girl Scout Junior Troop 614 recently Sunday, in the form of a calendar ral
near Mayo over the weekend.Mr. Dec. 6, In the Masonic Hall on delivered seven Harvest packets to
went on a camping experience at Brownlee Street: All members are ly. All members are asked to the following areas of Bradford Coun-
Doug Seymour of Miami and Hal and Mrs. Carl Mathews spent Camp Chowenaw near Green Cove asked to be present. cooperate with this activity. ty: Starke 2, Lincoln City l, Lawtey I.
Seymour of Ocala spent the long Thursday to Sunday with Mr. and Springs., The scouts enjoyed hiking Hampton 1 Pleasant Grove 1,
weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flink in Folkston, Ga. thru the woods, cooking on an open Visitors: Francl Chapter\ 110 Order of Keystone Heights( 1.' ; ,
Mrs. J.D. Seymour.Mr. fire, singing around the camp fire in Sgt. and Mrs. Levy R. Lennon, II, Eastern Star invites you to its 60th anniversary All members of the singing''groupare
Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr. spent Tues the evening and spending the night in who are stationed In Houston. Texas. of the Thanksgiving serviceof asked to be present and on time at
and Mrs. R.W. Milner tents. at the St. John The Evangelist, Sunday '
Jr. and day to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. platform They stayed were Thanksgiving Holiday visitorsof their rehearsals. Our caroling activities
son spent the weekend in Tallahassee! McGriff Jr. and family in Ahwensasa unit which has a terrific his parents.Rev. and Mrs. Lennon. Dec. 21.. Time and place to be announced will begin Sunday, Dep.: 21 and
with his parents Mr.' and Mrs. Gainesville.Mr. climbing tree. The scouts loved It. They attended the family reunion in later. Clarence Williams will Monday, Dec. 22 Saturday Dec. 6,
Milner Sr. Those attending were Barbie Green, Leesburg, and visited relatives in be the speaker for the occasion. All our group will appear on program/ at
and Mrs. Bill McClane and Marcia Day Julie Ferguson, Tampa and Sarasota.The Lennons attended members are asked to be present The Victory Temple Church of God in
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene and son family of Jacksonville Beach were Michelle Garcia Kim Thompson, Bethune-Cookman basketball Monday, Dec. 22, at 6 p.m? for the Lawtey. ', :.

spent Wednesday to Friday with her Saturday and Sunday guests of his Rhonda Jackson, Pam Zurfluh Lisa game in Tampa, the Alma Mater of "'" ..... 'tim' m.g
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.... Chancey parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc- Tierney: Adults were Cindy Zurfluh, his mother, Bulah Lennon. "- -
in ,
Waclssa Clane. Diane Tierney, Carol Flynn, Barbara .
I I. Benckowsky and Buddy Collins. A In Memoriam: ::
Mr. and Mrs.J.F.Walker of Savannah Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. and special thank you to the last three for In memory of Mr. Lonnie C. Col- Dr. Manuel Maralit
I Ga. spent the long weekend with daughters.. Miss Anne Haynes of attending and helping out. eman, Sr., who passed away Dec. 7,
crier rents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon- Starke and Mrs. Marcia Welch and November 17, Steve Futch an 1965, 15 years ago. God sent a special General Practice
I children of Savannah, Ga. spent Emergency Medical Technician with agentl!to guide us through this life. He
Wednesday to Saturday in Atlanta Bradford County Hospital, visited knew we needed a solid rock to endurethe
Junior Troop 614. He talked about toll and strife firm founda- the New Hoursof
a
'X, Mr. and Mrs.T.L.Case ,Lee Casey with Mrs. David G. Scott and family. upon Announces
and Mrs. first aid and treatment of snake bite tion. Our happiness, our joy and our
Johnny Hobbs
were In in an situation. He also tears he shared them all with that
emergency us
Lynne Fla. on Thanksgiving day attending Mrs. Gladys Weldon of Starke and His Offices
truck with him,
brought a rescue wonderful husband and father.
Mr. and
the Boyer Mrs. Steve Weldon and fami-
family reunion.
ly of Macclenny were Thanksgiving showed and explained the equipmentand Mrs.Josephine Coleman and childrenThe .

Mr. an if Mrs. Herb Johnson and day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl use. The scouts really enjoyed visit I Keystone Heights Nightingale St., 473-4712
of Edenfield In Jacksonville.Mrs. having Steve take the time to Heroines of Jericho will spon-
Tallahassee
sons
spent Wednesday them thanks. 9-12 Mon. thru Fri. Wed.
to sor a Thanksgiving program at Plea- except
Mrs.Sunday R.R. with her parents, Mr. and Rosa Padgett Wednes- Brownie Troop too recently Invested sant Grove United Methodist Church
Chism.: spent Brandee Starke 142 W. Call, 964-8206
members
day through Sunday in Atlanta with new Friday, Dec. 5 at 730.: The Masonic
Mr. and Mrs. tf.L. Casey, Mrs. her daughter Christy and family. Moody, Allison Coleman Whisenant and, Sarah Kelly family Is invited. 1-5 Mon. thru Fri. except Wed.
Looney, Mary
Johnny Hobbs They had Thanksgiving with Chris-
and Mrs. Sarah
Griffis.Also her was the
receiving pin Church Activities
Douglas were In Orlando Sunday ty's in-laws in Rome and enjoyed : Medical
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Godber. shopping in Marietta.Mr. new assistant leader Mary Looney. We accept Medicaid Medicare and most plans
Welcome. Philadelphia Church The
Baptist :
and Mrs. J.E. Hardy spent the Brownie Troop 311 had a visit from Pastor Pulpit Aid Board will sponsoran ._lIIIiEIEEIIIararl3iliEi! iElarmlJilE&lmllliBlllJlIXIEi8! '
Steven Moran of FSU and Jerry long weekend In Atlanta with their Cliff Chapman and Paul West, EMT, anniversary program at 3 p.m.
Moran of Florida International daughters and families Mr. and Mrs. also with the Bradford County The congregation from Ocala will
University in Miami spent the long David Mendenhall and daughter and Hospital. They showed what goes intoa participate. Rev. MayBerry will be
weekend with their parents, Mr. and Miss June Hardy.Mr. first aid kit and gave a tour of the the speaker. The activity will begin
Mrs. Gerald Moran at Kingsley Lake. rescue vehicle. Big thank you for with Sunday School at 10 a.m., Morn-
Joining the family Thanksgiving day and Mrs. J.G. Jackson who coming Cliff and Paul. Ing Worship 11 a.m. i I 1 1h
were Mrs. Louise Moore of Orange had a family dinner on Thanksgiving Everyone is reminded of the parade Ebezener Baptist Church: Prayer
Park Care Center, Miss Ann day, had as out-of-town guests Mr. Saturday at Bradford Square parkinglot. Meeting each Thursday at 7:30.: Sun-
Fouraker, Carl Fouraker and Mrs. and Mrs. Ullsperger of Wisconsin and Be there by 9:30: in uniform. day service will begin with Sunday
Lucy Nolan and son, Herbert of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson of Also the Nursing Home Sing,Thurs School at 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11
Jacksonville.Mr. Gainesville. day the 11th at 3:30. Try to attend a.m., Evening Worship 7:30.: The
both events.Community. cooperation of all members is neededfor I ,
and Mrs. C.L. Cooper and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Parker and success.
and Mrs. Harold Branham were Sun son, Jay of Douglasville, Ga. spent Pleasant Grove United Methodist
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wednesday to Friday with her News (Con't) Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Com
Stockman and family in Fowler Bluff parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon. munion Services 3 p.m.
Mt. Morlah United Methodist

Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren attendedthe New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer Church: Choir No. 1 rehearses each I I 1 / I 1 1I
to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Smith family reunion in Dexter, Meeting each Wednesday at 7 p.m.All Tuesday before the first Sunday in
Tommy Chastain In Gainesville. They Ga. on Sunday. members are invited to attend. each month. Sunday School each Sun
were joined Thanksgiving day by Mr. Friday, Dec. 12, before the second day at 9:30. Sunday Dec. 7, Communion
and Mrs. T.C. Chastain, Jr. and Mrs. Sunday, there will be a business Service at 11 a.m. Longchamp Homes
Chastain, Sr. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Jennings and family meeting for the year. All membersare Christmas rehearsal each Sundayat
Mrs. Jerry Williams and family of spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and invited to attend. 4 p.m. All participants are invitedto
Keystone Heights.Mr. Mrs. Harlan Jennings in Gainesville. Saturday, Dec. 13, all pastors and be present.
Board members of Mt. Siani Association Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:
and Mrs. Richard Williams of Mrs. M.R. Judd returned Saturday are asked to meet at New Bethelin Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion / t. milli
Tallahassee were here over the long after 10 days visit with her daughterand Starke to prepare the program for service 11 a.m. Stewardess Board No.
weekend visiting their parents, Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. John Stringer the Extra Day Session. 2 will serve.A .
Mack Williams and Mr. and Mrs. in Pleasant Hill, Ala. church conference was held last Also Repairs and Remodeling
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Warney Adkinson. Sunday. It was agreed by the con-
ference members that a financial
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Mrs. Ann Godwin and Mrs. Mack

Williams had as guests during the Mrs. John W. Griffin, Mrs. W.H. Did you know..... .
long weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Mack .
Thomson, Miss Lillian Stump and Mr.
Williams, ,Jr' of Macen. Patty, and Mr LVWdrnack-and' sons spent Mr. and Mrs. W.H.Green ind i !' 1I.
Williams of FSU. Mr. and Mrs. Bob the Thanksgiving holiday'with MrtV! .. ly of TaUahassee?Jimmy Bigllone of Make nut v- T .$8
a Williams and Mrs. Hazel Holt of and Mrs. Fred Thomson in Binghamton, N.Y., Dr, and Mrs.
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tallahassee. Kiert Sundusadee and family and
Williams of Savannah Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lex Green of Starke were
John Williams of Titusville, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mr. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr.,and
Mrs. Frank Williams of Crystal Lake and Mrs. Charles Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders.
and their families.Mr. Mrs. Don Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. someone
Bob Milner, Jr. and families were Mrs. J.H. Fields, Mrs. Charles
and Mrs. John Eggers and Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs. G.E. Savage, Miss Anita Green Mr. and ,
family of Conyers. Ga. and Mr. and McGauley In Palatka. Mrs. Herbert Green, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. David Byers of Jacksonville Herbie Green and Mr. and Mrs "ilv
spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritsch of Charlie Green of Starke attended the "m", on"Viour
Mr: and Mrs. B.J. Eggers. Guilford, Ind. were Sunday visitors of wedding of Carl Fields to Fredda
Mrs. J.H. Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers in Orange Park on Friday
Mr: and Mrs. Wayne Kinney and Herbert Green. night.
son, Chris of Bradenton spent the long
weekend with his mother, .Mrs. Christmas list
Carolyn Redgraves.fMr'band .
rl.o; CHIOK'II
Mrs.-"Ben1,Rowland l Mr. 41A Z -7N
and Mm. Mr. and W 'p..

Mr.; Benny Carter'werein Cedar rlff.. d

Key amily Saturday reunion1Mrs .attending the. Rowland. 0 a

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VlslUng her mother, Mrs. H.L. Speer ;
ibis week,* 'a1i

:1*trl'Mr#;hind Mrs. Richard Schaffer and SUPPER HOUR i nversation s.

family; of Atlanta spent the long
weekend with,.his mother,. Mrs. Etna YOU --.r
Schaffer. $399 '
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,,.''Mrs.F.J.Shaw was in Jacksonville
and Orange'Park Wednesday to
Saturday visiting her family. Gene Brooker, Fla.
Shaw, Mr..and Mrs.Ovid Bennett and
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(and former Tornado cage: Sexton added "we've got some
coach) Warney Adkinson and talented kids around here. We've had
agriculture teacher Paul Hutchins. some pickin' and singin' down here at
adds a bit of zest to Friday night's halftime In past years."
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Augustine. ballgame, Sexton seems to think his
Game time is 8 p.m., with the ballclub is ready to throw out the first
jayvees tangling at 6:30. When the ball"We've
varsity clubs head for the locker: been over just about every

rooms at halftime the fun between phase of the game this week we'll be ., :j-; ..." -...",..._..- ,. ..t. tfisa. .
Adkinson and Hutchins begins. Both going back over everything." the Tornado .
will shoot 25 free throws, one at each coach said. "We'll probably Tornado Cagers for 1980-81 :: :: :
end of the court with the winner be- spend a little more time on defense The Bradford High/ School basketball team for the coming season pictured Williams, Kerry Fisher, I turn e Marks Ronald Davis, a Todd
ing the man who sinks the most of the than we have been and we're going to above. Is: standing! from left to rightEddie Winkler Emmett Watkins Tony Jackson. j.
15-foot shots. McDonalds has promised scrimmage Tuesday night. Bell Michael Robinson Ben Tankard Kevin Howe. Eddie Thompklns Chuck Kneeling In the middle Is Couth: Mike Sexton.!;
$1 for each shot the winner sinks to BHS split up and scrimmaged last
go to Bradford High. Friday for 4 10-minute quarters. "We
"This Is just a little something we'd showed a lot of offense. I think it end-
like to do as often as we can to createa ed up 93.81."Sexton said. "I split'em -
little more interest in the program" into what I thought was 2 pretty even
said BHS cage coach Mike Sexton of teams and played 2 quarters. It was a
Friday's halftime hoopla. "I'd love to 9-point difference I think So I took 5 THIS HOLIDAY SHOP PANTRY PRIDE
see this gym filled up. it's been a 'long that looked like a pretty good starting
time since that's happened. I realizeIt's team (Ben Tankard Eddie Thorn-
going to take some good basket pkins Steve Marks, Kerry Fisher,
ball and some wins to get people out and Emmett Watkins) and put them Great Food&GiftEXTRA
and make them stay out and support 20 points down, 56.36, with 2 quarters
us but I'd love to have some good support to go. By the end of the third period mmm
right at the beginning to help us they had cut It to a 4.polnt deficit and
put forth that extra effort," In the fourth period they pulled ahead
So Sexton promises more of the and won by about 10 points" FANCY WESTERN .
same with BHS Principal Jim Duncan EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A RED OR GOLDEN
already lined up for the next home After Tuesday's home game with MONEY '
game, the Tuesday, Dec. 9. contest Santa Fe the Tornadoes go to Mac- DELICIOUSAPPLES .
with Santa Fe, as a challenger to the clenny Friday,Dec. 12, before return BACK
winner of Friday's shooting contest, ing home Tuesday, Dec. IS, to play
The BHS majorettes may: perform Palatka's defending Region champs. GUARANTEE!

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I Jr. Midgets Play for National Honors In Orange Park Bowl SaturdayIt's I



not often that anybody gets to compete In a sports Saturday's matchup, and coaches: Ronnie Thomas (head
event with "national championship" credentials surroun- coach), Fairland McClellan Jimmy Clark and Willie
ding it, so its mighty newsworthy for us when a group of 10 Brown do have plenty weapons in their arsenal, just ask
to 12 year olds from Bradford County gets to play In one of the Titusville Eagles, who were blown out 42-8 In the Lunar
Just a select few bowl games designated as national games Bowl two weeks ago
by the Pop Warner football organization. Fullback Gerald Brown leads a balanced running attack '
Saturday afternoon at 1:30: p.m. the undefeated Pop that has racked up an average of 239 yards per game and
Warner Jr. Midgets of Bradford, a powerhouse that has 7.5 yards per carry in the 9 wins thus far. Brown has rushed r -K -a
outscored the opposition 298 to 20 in winning 9 straight 75 times for 638 stripes and an 8,3 per carry: average while ,
games will be playing in the Shrine Bowl at Orange Park quarterback Robert Bellamy has an even better average
High School, an event designated as the Eastern division per tote-9.4 yard a crack with 625 yards on 66 tries. Kerry
championship game by Pop Warner. The Cowboys opponent Hall and John David Francis: both have netted better than 7
will be the White Plains Patriots of New York. yards an effort, Hall going 60 times from scrimmage for 471
"With over 6,000 teams involved in Pop Warner and just yards and Francis running 37 times for 278 stripes. Con-
40 teams involved in national championship bowl games (10 versely the opposition has managed just 46 ground yards w
teams in 4 divisions) you can see why we're proud of our per game and a meager 1.7 yards per rush. Only :2
association and the Jr. Midget team" local Pop Warner official -' touchdowns have been recorded on the defense all season.
Dale Brown said Tuesday night. Bellamy leads the club In scoring with 90 points on IS
The New York team will actually be housed In Bradford touchdowns with Francis just behind with 84 points and
County this weekend, Friday afternoon through Sunday, Brown following with 60 on 10 TD's. Francis has hit on 24
staying at the homes of Bradford County players coaches extra point kicks,a premium In Pop Warner play since they
and cheerleaders. Included in the weekend activities is a are worth! 2 points. One came: from 35 yards out after a
cookout after returning from the ballgames Saturday after- penalty.
noon and a dance Saturday night. Bellamy and the Cowboys can pass the ball when needed
Of course the Cowboys hope to be not so gracious. !! !hosts in completing 27 of 58 throws to date for 189 yards.
Defensive leaders through the regular season were
Aaron Mathews with 90 tackles, Tony Davis with 63, and
CHRIST LUTHERAN Keith Gillingham with 67, followed by Jimmy Hankerson We're Number IIII t I
42, Barry Boswell 24, Clinton Jenkins 22, Jess McSwain 21, {Saturday he lot til" 111-12 year olds get the chance to I
Doug Samons 20, Francis 19, Danny Manning 18, Simon That's what the Jr. Midget Cowboys of Bradford can strengthen hut. cluliii when they play White Plains. New
CHURCH Mitchell 17, Daren Chandler 15, Tony Diggs Mike Chap- claim after 9 straight Victoria this season. York In the Shrine. Howl In Orange Park.

pell, and Bellamy with 13 each, and Lonnie Hamilton 12. I
Pastor Glen Schmiege 473-2419 Other Jr. Midget team members not listed above are:
i+ Tracy: Bollinger, Tommy Parker Reggie Jackson Chuck
Goodowns, Jackson, Chris Thomas, Levi! Simmons
Church Service 10:30: AM Willie Cruse Greg, Lemokio Chandler, Jerome Addison, andChris RC1 .........................

Robinson, Leon Hamilton. Allen Scott
"These fellas don't act like young kids they're a good ,
Keystone Lion's Club group of boys,"Coach Thomas said of his team the nucleusof Hill
which played together under Thomas last year In the Pee A giraffe's tongue may be Mars
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*Sunday School and Bible School Resumed e AM Wee class: na-and-a-half-fi long. Buddy
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AVAILABLE AT STORE OFFICE Allen Scott, who last year ended an outstanding athletic and scholastic careeras
A Ea. the jovial Albert" of Bradford High School has fit right In as a college
football player at playoff-bound Mars Hill of North Carolina. As a matter of fact
he'll be one of just 4 freshman football players dressing out for Mars Hill Saturday
when the Lions host Kearney. M. of Kansas In a first-round NAI national
LYKESSMOKED a YOU CAN'T playoff game
Mars )fill finished 811 and ranked sixth in the country among over 50t NAIA
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BUY BETTER small schools to earn its first berth ever In the national playoffs.
"He's a great kid," bubbled Lion Coach Claude Gibson -
PICNICS ..SO WHY when asked about the former Tornado football star
PAY MORE? Monday "I tell you out of the 42 we're allowed to dress
Saturday he'll be one of 4 freshman, that shows you the I
SUPER 6TO SUPER r A significance of it. It's seldom you see a freshman playup

> 8 LBS DISCOUNT .. __00_' _...___ __.__... here we usually redshirt them.
ALL ITEMS ft PRICES GOOD'THUHBDAY a "Allen listed at second team right tackle but he's
DEC*THRU WEDNESDAY' DEC 10 I960
QUANTITY MIOHTH ReSENVCD started the last two games for us (a 20-12 win over
Newberry and a tie with VVofford which turned around ,I''
and tied Southern Conference champ Furnian 14-14))
8 8 ..- GWALTNEY'SOLD SMITHFIELDLB and he plays on all the specialty teams. We've got an
ull-conlerence all-disti'ict guard over there but he
LB LB ISAW LB S'UNLESS SUGAR ,..e '8 8 IC= sprained his ankle and Allen took over. We expect
lla,PKO Allen Allen to play some Saturday he's our swing tackleWe're .
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FRESH BREAKFAST LIVER $138 likes it up here and we love having him lIe's a super person and a lot of fun to be
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Close watchers at last week's :Miami Gator debacle noticed that Lawrence
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SAVE Las SIRLOINSTEAK JUICE .IPii1r wards at his home at 2716 Blairstone Ct., Tallahassee That's In the southeast
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YtxIRc' In class AAA RainestIII lllKh (10-1 ranked 6th> hosts SI. Cloud (9-2)) at
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Bradford High Baseball. Coach. :Mike Hartley has plenty'of experience back to "'
fill out the roster for the coming season but he can't seem to find enough games to
HUNGRY ACKPANCAKE complete the schedule.
EXTRA .:! 2 hits says the 2 facts are related. Nobody's anxious to play team that loses no .
8 9 MIX starters from a 10 12 team and a successful summer program. In short the Tor. :
B outdoes should be tough what with AllVr\ players Kenny (lark. Bill Goodge, .
Ixua and Scull Allen returning to head the nucleus. "
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IV
10M. nlng a
or es soonthereafter Courthouse. Starke,
........ public hearing at o and 105 feet North and amount claimed. If the or before' December 27. Federal grant from, the

Pursuant to Settle ANwe _.... M will as file en precMeMe act- regular meeting held at Florida December on 30. 1980 Tuesday and, South, lying and being In claim IB not yet due the 1980 otherwise a judge Department ol Housing'

MS.09. Florida Statute .selivas.. on too pb""On with the Florida 7.30( p.m. In the County make a recommendationto the Southwest corner' of date when It will I become ment "'01be/ entered and Urban Development
notice .to hereby given five cowls VATWO *"weMONTHS f..we Service, Commlstrack Commission the Southeast of the due shall be slated. If against you lor the relief and shall be referred to
Insisting the
Board of County '
the Northeast / of the
that IInd.r.lgnod.EDOlf
FROM THC Bradford* the claim contingent or demanded In the complaint as HUD Project No.
tocin Ie aboxicton Team room. County Commissioners' and the
P. Southeast V of Section
JOSEPH LEWIS DATE OF' TNI FIRST unliquidated the natureof or petition, B80DN-13-0310
No. 1 located Couffhouseilforke: ,
O. Box 307. Stork, FI al Board will consider' on 14. Township 6 South
PUBUCAnON O*' IMS the uncertainly shall WITNESS hand and The Bid Proposal shall
Sampson Florida Florida, Tuesday. my ,
City on. Monday. 5, 1981
32O91 sole owner, doing Clam January Range 22 East and containing be stated If the claim Is the seal of cold Court on
AH
NOTICE: (C'I) % and Ie remove thaI point December 30. 1980. and at the same, said place at b* mod In triplicate on
business under the firm ncl. a half acre more .secured the November 12. 1980. form furnished ,
against the e*ee from the Open and make a recommendationto 10:00 security a Proposal
: A.M. Ordinancerelating
name of EDDIE J. LEWIS ((2)) any obrac an by on Prepay station List the Board of County to an or less all lying and beBrocifor shall be- described., The Clerk Circuit Court, By,,: by the Owner, and
PULPWOOD, P. O. Box Interested person to Commissioners ond the : ,ing In County claimant shall deliver Beulah M. Moody, Deputy submitted to the City of

307. Sto..... Fl. 32091.: Intend whom nolke, was moiledl. Any to comments> thts application or protects Board will con'ld.Ji' i orul' The reconlng of the Florida. sufficient copies of the Clark.112041chg. Stark' Florida, In a scaled

la register told fictitious that challenges that should be directed to the Monday, January, 1981 following described property has been filed claim to the clerk to 1211IN envelops, marked"Proposal
name under the Ihe againstyou enable the clerk to mall CDBG FY
validity off the vnll Florida Public Service at the ante sold place at and amending the for -
aforesaid statut qualifications of me personal Commission. 101 East 10:00 A.M. an Ordinance. Comprehensive Land ond you ore required one copy to each personal THE CIRCUIT COURTOF BO Program".
13th of to a off
Dated this day serve copy your shall be
November. 1980. In representativevnu Gain.. Street relating to: Use Plan IQ provide that written d..n.... If any All representative.InterestedIn THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Proposals
or furisdKtion of Tolloho.'.... Florida lands toned OR persons AND FOR delivered to City Hall
Bradford currently to It on Alan S. Chrlstnar. CIRCUIT IN
.
Stork, County.Flo.
the to whom
the court 32304. The of the estate a Stark, Florida 32091 ,
rezoning and the COUNTY
designated by
Jr. Esquire" plaintiffs attorney BRADFORD
of this Notice of Administration .
All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS following described copy either by a representatlv
SEABOARD COAST
be
property plan as Agricultural, whose address FLORIDA.
13: 124N071CE
11/ Mead: has been
NOT SO FILED of the Bidder who
LINE RAILROAD COM and amending the reioned! to MP and 5100 W. *
WILL BE FOREVER BAR. PANY. Comprehensive Land designated Junk Yard K.nn.d"Boul.vard mailed are required, Case No. 80-456 shall obtain a receipt'
Second Floor.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS In re': The Marriage ol. therefore, or byregistered
Use Plan to that
OF BY: G.F. Chick. provide the ol WILLIAME.
property Florida
REDDale Tampa, 33609 on
FROM THE DATE OF THE WAYNE PITT-
INTENTIONTO of the first Superintendent.Jacksonville. lands currently loned OR THOMPSON described or before January 6, CHARLES mail with
publication of this Noticeof and Ihe FIRST PUBLICATION OF MAN, Husband and return receipt re
designated by
REGISTER Florida.
us follows: Four ((4)) 1981 and lie the
Administration. THIS NOTICE to file any TERESA G. PITTMAN, .
FICTITIOUS Itchgl2 4. plan at Rural Residential acres located 5 miles original with the clerk of quested.The
NAME December 4 1980. be rexoned to. BA South of Starke off Fa,. this court either before objections they may Wife proposal shall be
Macil, Crawford hove that challenges the NOTICE bidsecurity
s' NOTICET and designated accompanied by
syth Road In Section 13
Pursuant to Section service on plaintiff, attorney -
.
Personal Rpresentative J. MANN hat mode Business, the property of Township South Range validity" of the decedent'swill ACTION In on amountnot
865.09. Florida Statute or Immediatelythereafter
Bradford the qualifications of TO: CHARLES WAYNE less than live
application to the WILL HARRIS, describedas 22 East out of parcel4842GO900 otherwise percent
that notice the I I. hereby 'given. Scruggs Carmichael County Zoning follows: One half ((1/t) (West portion default will; be ..nt.r.dagoln.t a the personal representative PITTMAN IBS Columbine ((5%) of the bid amount.

und.'gn.d.ALAN Long Tomlinson, Board for reclassification, acre located one quarter off five acre parcel) for for the relief or the venue or Drive, #4. Casper Sold security shall be In
T. LEITH OR
Moscow Pridgeon Helpling ". of the property described mile South of Stork, on |junk yard and storage of demanded you in the jurisdiction of the Court. Wyoming. 82601. the form of a certified
MARGARET RYAN. Route ft Austin, s by MilnCockroll below from EA to the West side of Hwy 100 automobile com ALL CLAIMS, YOU ARE NOTIFIED check or co.hi.,'s check
4, Box 1402, Slarke.' Fl plaint or p.lltlon.WITNESS .
Austin Individually DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS that an action for solvent notional
RIC. In Section 4, Township 7 You are further an a or
given hand and
32091 joint owners, doIng and for the my NOT SO FILED' Dissolution of marriagehas bank Bid BondIn
business Approximately eighteen' South Range 22 East, out NOTICE that a copy of the seal of this Court on state : or a
OS Firm. On* SoutheastFirst WILl BE FOREVER BARRED beers filed, and you tho form In
provided
GOODIES UNLIMITED ((18)) acres (remaining of parcel 4673 for retail said proposed OR. November 26, 1980.
Avenue Post Office portion of parcel 0382)) In bu.ln. DINANCE Is available for are required to serve a the Contract Documents,
Bon 1402.Stok. GILBERT S. BROWN.
Route 4.
Drawer C Gainesville section 16. Township 7 You ore further given your Inspection at the office Clerk Date, of the first copy of your written executed by the Bidder
.. Flo 32091: said fictitious Intends Florida 32602 ((904)( ) South Range 20 East for NOTICE that a copy of of the Director of Beulah olth.CoIIt.I.1 M. Moody: Deputy by publication of this Noticeof defenses. If any. to It, on and a qualified surety
to
register 376.5242 Attorneys for Administration! the petitioner's attorney th of
conventional homes or said proposed ORDINANCE Zoning and Planning. Clerk. payable to City"
name) under the November 20. 1980, whose and address .
Personal Ropresen.tative name Stark Florida.
,
mobile homes on ona- Is available for Bradford County Cour I2'4 12/23.
provisions of aforesaid, 4tchg /s/Bobble A. Johnson I I. J.J. WOLBERT.
half ( '/. ) acre your Inspection at the office thouse. Stark.. Florida. The Owner reserves
statute.Dated this 13th day of 12 43tchg 12 II located just a.lolsi of the Director of Each and every person IN THE CIRCUIT COURT As Personal Representative JR.. P.O. BOX 1086. the right to require the
of the Estate' of STARKE. FLORIDA 32091.
Brooker the south and successful Bidder to file
on Zoning Planning. having any Interest FOR BRADFORD COUN
November. A.D. 1980 In
side off Ct. Rd. IB. Bradford County Courthouse. whatever In the enactment TY, FLORIDA. PROBATE CARRIE WHITTY FRAZIER. on or before December proof of his ability to
Bradford 11/13 CIRCUIT COURTOF
County. THE
IN Deceased. 22, 1980, and file the .
I in finance and
This change Starke. Florida. of this proposed DIVISION File NO. properly execute
4tchg 12/4. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ATTORNEY FOR PER. with the clerk of
IN AND FOR classification, is subject Each and every person ORDINANCE should ap. eO.67.CP.I.3237)( ). original this project
CIRCUIT SONAL REPRESENTATIVE this Court before serviceon
BRADFORD COUNTY. to a public hearing to beheld having any Interest poor and be heard al the 'In re': ESTATE OF CAR together with his recordof
NOTICE OF on Tuesday whatever In the enactment time and place prescribed RIE WHITTY FRAZIER. : MACK S. FUTCH. Petitioner's attorneyor successful completionof
INTENTIONTOREGISTER FLORIDA. December 30. 1980 at of this proposed Deceased. P.O. BOX 1086, Storka Immediately similar projects. The

CIVIL ACTION 7:30: p.m.. In the County ORDINANCE should appear BOARD OF BRADFORD NOTICE: OFADMINISTRATION Florida 32091. Telephone thereafter; otherwise a Owner reserves the right
80-488(
FICTITIOUS Case No. Commission Room in the and be heard at the COUNTY COMMIS ((904)) 964-S2OO. Iudgment will demanded to waive Informalities In

NAME In re:C.The BENEFIELD.Marriage Husband of Bradford County Cour time and place pr..clb.d. SIONERS.By TO ALL PERSONS HAV- ll/204tchg 12/11. for 'the relief any bid ond to select any
BILLY
thou... At this tlm* all /s/Cllbert S. ING CLAIMS OR In the petition. or all bids or taroadvartls .
LINDA
Pursuant to Section and BENEFIELD persons interested shall BOARD OF BRADFORD Brown, Clerk llpd 12/4 DEMANDS AGAINST THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF WITNESS my hand and *. Award will b* mad
065.09. Florida Statutes' DARLENE be heard for or againstthe COUNTY COMMIS. ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL the seal of this Court on to the lowest responsible

notice Is hereby" given Wife, proposal. as SIONERS.By IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, 'IN November, 1980. Bidder. The successful

Ihot the undersigned. NOTICEOF specified, In the Zoning 's/Gllbert S. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY IN THE ESTATE: AND FOR BRADFORD Gilbert S. Brown As Bidder to whom the Contract .
GEORGE F. GOETZMAN SUIT- Coda of Bradford County Brown. Clerk. Itpd 12/4 FLORIDA. CASE NO. YOU ARE HEREBY COUNTY. Clerk of the Court By, : has been awarded

Stark, Fl 32091, sole PROPERTY "" 80-363 CIRCUIT CIVIL. NOTIFIED that the administration CIVIL ACTION Beulah Moody, as Doputy hall sign this Contract
owner, doing business' TO. LINDA DARLENE Donald L. Rardon NOTICEOF APPLICA. of the Case No. 77271.ELIZABETH Clerk. Agrment. .Performance .

at GOETZMAN CON. BENEFIELD ADDRESS Chairman Bradford TION FOR REZONINGAND AMERICAN METROPOLI. estate of CARRIE WHITTY RODGERS 11 IIP 4tchfl 12/11. Bond and Payment .

STRUCTION CO.. Starke. UNKNOWN. HEREBY County Zoning Boqrd. AMENDMENT OF TAN FINANCIAL CORPO- FRAZIER. deceased. File as Trustee of the Bond, and other required .
Flo 32091.: Intend "- YOU ARE 12/4 lI"d.NOTICE. THE LAND USE PLAN RATION. f/k/o Number, Rodgers Trust Number INVITA71ONTOBIDDERS certificates' In.

register sold lict ">. dctior.or* An ORDINANCE omen- AMERICAN METROPOLITAN 8067-CPl-3337)( ), Is pending One as Assignee Plaintiff sextupllcated and return
nom under the provisions filed ding the..ComprehensiveLand MORTGAGE, INC.. In the Circuit Court v* GEORGE Notice I I. hereby given the signed documents
of aforesaid rlage has been Linda OF APPLICA. Use Plan Element Plaintiff vs DAVID R. for BRADFORD County" WILLIAMS and LILLIE BELL that the City ol Starke, within ten ((10)) days alter

statute against you, and TION FOR REZONING and Map by Bradford STEPHENS and LOTTIE M. Florida. Probate Division WILLIAMS. his wile, Florida, will receive the date of their receipt.'
Dated this 17th day of Darlene' Benefitld AND AMENDMENT OF County. Florida In accordant STEPHENS, his wife, the address of MARIE A. MARKS. el ol, sealed bids In the City Plans, Specifications.and .
November A.D. 1980 In you are required to THE LAND USE PLAN with the local Defendants. which Is Bradford County" Defendants. Council Chambers City other Contract

Bradford County." 11/20 some a copy of,if yourwritten An ORDINANCE omen- Government Comprehensive NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Courthouse N. Temple NOTICE OF SUIT- Hall Storke, Florida, Documents are on fit*

4tchg 12/11. defenses. any ding, the ComprehensiveLand Planning Act : DAVID R. STEPHENS Avenue, Starke, Florida PROPERTY 33091 until 10 00 o'clockon and may b* examined at
to It. 'the plaintiff attorney
on and Usa Plan Element of 1975 as provided, for In and LOTTIE M. 32091. The personal TO: George Williams the ISth day ol' the office of the City
whose
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF address Is Dudley name P. Har and Map by Bradford Chapter 163 of the STEPHENS his wife representative* of the and Llllle Bell Williams, December 1980, for the Clark. Starke, Florida
FLORIDA EIGHTH County Florida. In accordance Florida Statutes estate Is BOBBIE A. his wile, 1205 Grover Construction off the and at the office of e...
ft
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN dy. Esq, Pierce Hardy. with the local TO. All Citizens Taxpayers YOU ARE NOTIFIED that JOHNSON whose address Street, Starke, Florida. Streets and Drainage sent, Hammock ftRuckirton
P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030
AND FOR BRADFORD Starka. Florida 32091. Government Comprehensive and other Interested an action to foreclose a Is 7104 Wilson YOU) ARE HEREBY provements. Then, all 'Inc., Consulting .

COUNTY. Case No. and file the original, with Planning Act persons mortgage real property Blvd. Jacksonville. NOTIFIED that an actionto bids will bo publicly and Design

60.89-CP. the clerk off the above of I97S OS provided for In in Bradford County Florida.. The name and foreclose a mortgageon opened, read aloud and Engineers ,12000( ,,Carr

.In r.: ESTATE OF Chapter 163 off the You and eqch of you 1 Florid.1' legally address off the personal the following proper recorded. porate, 1. ,Square
BRADY E. McLEOD. styled before, January court, 8 on. 1981.or Florida Statutes: *'are 'fiereby; and; >iaVVwlth. -'-ctesTnbad as follow- -' repVesentatlve'e attorney > ty 'In Bradford County" The above construction BoulevardJacksonville,

Deceased otherwise a judgmentmay TO: All Omens Taxpayers given, notice In actor- I are set forth Florida: will b* located In the Florida. 32316..plans,ond
NOTICE OF b entered' and other. Interested do near with Florida Begin at the Southwest below: All of lot 12 of Block I Iol Northeast area off the City Specifications may be
againstyou
ADMINISTRATIONThe for this relief persons Statutes, that the Board corner of the Northwest All persons having' Nat Williams Subdivision : of Stork. Florida. purchased from Besient.

demanded In the complaint of County Commissioners ". of the Southeast\> of claims or demands In Northwest This project consists of Hammock A Ruckman,
administration of petition You and each ol you of Bradford Section 16. Township 6 against the estate are Quarter of Southwest the construction of approximately Inc.. for th* sum of

the estate, of BRADY E. WITNESS or my hand ond are hereby and herewith County Florida. have South. Range, 22 East required, WITHIN THREE Quarter (NW '/. al SW1/) 1300 feel' off $3O.00 per set, nan-

MclEOD deceased File the sal of this Court on given, notice' in accordance designated the Bradford run thence East 210 feet, MONTHS FROM THE of Section 23 township 6 new pavement. 6550 refundable.CITY .
Number 8O( .89.CP. Is Decembers. I98O with Florida County Zoning and Plan. run thence North I 105 DATE OF THE FIRST South. Range 22 East. square feel of resurfacing COUNCIL OF THE

pending In the Circuit Gilbert, S. Brown. As Statutes that the Board ning Board to conduct a 'feet run thence West PUBLICATION OF THIS has been filed againstyou one ditch crossing, CITY OF STARKE

Court for Bradford County Clerk ol the Court off County Commissioners public hearing at a 210 feet run thence NOTICE to file with the and you are requiredto 2160 lineal feet of 6-Inch FLORIDA.
By:
Florida, Probate Division Marian McRa. as Deputy of Bradford regular mvetlng/ald at South 105 feat, to Point clerk of the above court serve a copy of your water main with related ll/273tchg 12111.
the address of Clerk County Florida hove 7:30 p.m In the County of Beginning and being a a written statement of written defenses, if any drainage and appurtenances.
which Is Post Office, Bradford I 'tangulor, of land to it. the plaintiff's attorney The City .
12,4 4tchg. 12 25. designated the Commission' t meeting tract any claim or demand on ....."
Drawer B. Starke. County Zoning ond Plan- room Bradford County; j ptlptBet: East and West they may ha... Each whose name and reserves the right to ,


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REALTOR is a ; < :J

registered collectivemembership f .JT '.. '; ..: '>,- 4 I =r :r.-
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which may be used only PHILIP \V-Ci..tRK! li w.u.'J rg.STAFi1EjFLORIDA .

by real estate proCessionals rko '

who are N en 1

members of the NATIONAL : *e>
ASSOCIATIONOF VIC r .'?F 9645231SSS 4 caJ :

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subscribe to its strict 1'W ,1-- IHfOll8 id/, al" .:;rp j
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AS!TOt bath ham. Ideal for a couple |just start nt".jElliliod



erts FRULKNER I NEAR, < REAL ESTATE Handy I3S.BOO.man? 2 bedroom' fro M'I 0 goP...a*i t7)WAX! .CV J*4icr,

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Real Estate I REHLTY G4.5DUR' Owner financing avail. 110,000V! '!!" I I j co"

At"
'- J 1 acres In the boystono'HeIghts area) ptWifty of tr...
964-7828 9fl6 Temple. (: ,. q 12000. IbKlngsly
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GEORGE ROBERTS Broker 221 Lo'oyott.S' Across from Wl.hbor.1 a laka-4 bedroom 2 bath family pleiierjeentr.heot .

ASSOCIATES- -: Apartments'o.lI.n.Offlc.Spoc.fo.II.nt. I air, |twit reduced '''.000. 'jf'Fisherman's .
.
-III .
Weekends and Evenings Call
Richard/ Roberts '".U'S Ann 41.1 0 Choice...excellent mobile horn. .n the
Godwin 1 64-185 9 ,
Potty Slice '''.657' Norman Neddlng '".5'66 :JB* 16. frame In town $15,000. SI,000 :"- jf ,To"J canal to Crosby take SIB,900.

John. Smith '"6217 3 BR 2 '0, C/B house very,, large outside building" .... .

HOMES STARKE I sent Rd. >. Pecan trees...sh de this 3 bedroom ham. convenient

3BR, 1.. '.m. garage, 90/xlOO' lot.Collins PI. .3 BR I1Ba.. C/B house largo lot Orange Street. Must location 16500.

.Frame. home on 2 lots with wor.holll.-Wal"ul St. ....

-36*. 2.. brick nice Iot-B04 Lafayette. I .2 or 3 BR I Ba, laura St. garden spot house completely Celger .ood.-. sere percels, 112SOO. the owner prefers'

'3BR. I'. Block Fenced 625 Plnewood Dr. remodeled. to finance.Near .

.3BR, IVit. Block. nice 1320 Searing SI.Small '3 BR 2 Bo. Control H/A. large porch rec. room on 1 acre Ralph Bryan Real 1 Estate .
home .. In block home central heat
.lall..tm.nt. low prlc..Ch.", ft. City. Koleformo-3 bedroom I
.Frame home. 3BR1B. clean ft neat-Prett St. .3 BR I Ba. largo beautiful Greets Acres. Terms. I 31OWColiSt.or. air just reduced S2.,JOO.

.Frame horn*. good location. 2BR.2B-Park Place. .2 story Futch house next to Pla. .Pest Control can fee (C us 30r 4 Call S,.) m
'Largo> frame home. Ig. yerd S Flreplaces-S. Water St. homo or some type commercial nice else lot. Don't Ront>"tnve\ .t In this moderately priced' 3 bedroom 1

'4 I'. 3B, large, screened rec. room-Jeering St. Cottage with 225' frontage on beautiful Black Creek .964-0783 ANYTIME bath home In lawty. Newly redecorated kitchen, central

OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES Mlddleburg. MONDAY-fRIDAY '.J p.m. SATURDAY 9. 12 beat IS air. Just listed at tlf.SOO.
.I acre with 3 BR I Ba Croon house Wilson Rd. FLORILMI
,.It. IB. frm. 21 .cr... 3-car garage-M Starling Rd. Evening and Sunday by appointment
3BR, .'. Doublewlde, Mobil .'0'/0 acres with very nice 3 BR I'/s bath, brick veneer Retirement Hem*..-Natural cedar homo with heat 4 01,.
Horn. ". I A.-SH14W Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR
.... I'. frame, large lot, lake Butler.2B ap. home, variety of fruit. ft nut trees good pasture. 2 small REMTY Insulated windows a doors, vinyl B carpet floor covarlng.'

: IB. Stun. Largo lat.-SRIOOE. barns. WATERFRONT -.SAMPSON LAKIl 4 BN-2 ioth-24 Phone % .7700 walk to everything. Believe Itl I $30.300, .

'J.It. 2B. Stucco Fireplace :301 South. .IIS M IIS let Westmoreland St.. nice '._.. x tO OW Mobile flame CHftA 0 Kitchen Appliances 393 N. Temple AI ....u. .

2BR. 1'. ,........ large patio SRI1S West. Beautiful Jr/i acres with 40 pecan .r....4" well. 2 septic -$27,700.' Brick Fireplaco."Naiw4. :3 bedroom 1 bath brick home,
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largo let. 1 mobile, homes-Sampson take Rd. tanks, 2 fish ponds, fenced ft crass fenced,, Slice GRAHAM, HOAO 2 BR-Frame on' Acres ecre-WIU HAS with carpet central heat a. air, has |Just about everything

.Frm*.4 '..1', nice workshop over 4A-Hampton. posture grass. Terms. I *. f" 27000. option to buy. septic tank "5.900.
Apartment, beauty shop ft barber shop building for sale, well A light po''..
Beautiful. 4 BR.2B, brick. ep>. IOA-W. of Lawley. NEIGHBORHOOD 3 IR 2 Bo Block
or could bo changed to another business, Holiday EXCELLENT 2000 .... feet..plus etteched this brick tfl-l .el
Double type" new garage *
agree JiR.IV.B. C Block.' *p>. 3A. SR I4W. . o Fam. Rm. CMftA Garage Kent $40,000.i .
'Brick 3 I.. 2*. garag epi. I'/.A.-SR 1001. Inn. Terms. "Its country. large tram ham Is appro B0% 'amp I..*. finish to your speclll
'r_. S BR), IB. lg.evtbldg..ap 4'/t A.-Stern Rd. ."0' frontage on Hwy 301 N. with ,large C/' building ft PECAN TREES ON THIS I ACRE- with S Olt. 21a. hmwith acre of land. ntlans SSO.OOO.

New Cypress home. 2BIIIB.. lOA.-Off Boyles apartment previously Homes between Starke ft lawsey.Very Modern brick home-Fern. Rm. FP-Oer- $49,900 ,

2B. 10. L'. Fit, kitchen-dining.Cryltal, Lake A. Hwy versatile building. ''' > ,(J, .I acre 2.,00."jocroq and up. Several locations. .',.m. home with 10 30 Acres...with well I septic tank over *00)) feet on Meng

."_1. FF. 3... 2B, Brick-Country, Club area ..II.' acres with 12.16 MH West of St...... $1100 per acre and up. ..,... Barn. horse stalls Dairy Road 40000., .

'L.,... appro SA.. 3BR. 21.- $.R. I90E. M Get. with 12 60 MH with built.. dining room Aid '(, end motor storeg

'3 ... IB. L.. OR. *p*. I acre lot-S.R. IOOI. screen porch Central H/A. only U.SOO. C.4, ,. : ':Old homes :'_ '"homos. farm end acreages.business "buildings. Openings far potential series associates desiring above.

Brick home apprax. 33 acres $... 121. Don't miss this 12 x M MH en Vt acre landsceped onli .tniumttM. sites. average earnings. Excellent training, program join a pro
ACREAGE yard with family roam screen porch carport Titlllty" oJ Room home, with lekeness fsslonl' real *ttt II'lise.st

:7 OC'*.. 1 trailer .hook-ups Crosby Lake Shot... room built on also hot metal utility building.. not attached. CALL US At '64.""- ANYTIMI -DAY OR NIGHT 11ASSOCIAIIS fireplace, small! .
lk Partially furnished. $...1CJO.00. guesf .
Let Sampsan lak*. -AMIR.MOORS cortege.Need
I acre with 13 x 45 MH I porch ft I
Appreilmetefy 3 ecras In lawtey Area. open screen porch :
vtAI Powell
.BV.. acres a* Fersyth Rd. built on. $12.500.00. Lillian C. Pearson a largo h.mo. call

.4 ecras-Off M233. Property" Menegement Srvir4a., 'o 'rok./Sol.._" f Associate 0" details.tVenlngu .
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Office' ? s4..61>
0%. onto Mobile Homo lot Woodland Acres. Appraisals "'A .4,cI" Manager..J. .. .. 17.- HIM
Beautiful 10 acres-Country, Club area. Susan M. "' "I.n..AL TOIt.-5045 44S3IISylvia f>las*, cell

Nice, let Country, Club.BUSINESS I Irene L. Faulkner, RIALTOR-ASSOCIATI-VC4-SI42 Reddish Movie Word Vessel, 0...... snake
Lucille Conner Spry-IROKIR SAUSMAN-44.B430 Val non KeddlihAssaclatae .....*./..lsman ORI. Phone, 164.1476.

AND INVESTMiNTS Sandra W. Reddish, SALISMAM-43I-I203 44-7444 '*.rlA.... ow96.-77 *
"P.0110 e*. ft. building w/opprei. 9 .cnM-U.S.301. James R. Reddlih. SAlfSMAN-41M203 "4.6 n Corner of U.S. 301 South and Edwards RaidI







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Music Men, Kitchen'sIn ,JV Cagers i


Open Fri.


9-TemnDistrict The Baby Tornadoes of Bradford
High open their 196041 basketball
season at home prior to the varsity

The Starke league champ Music Men and runnerup Kitchen's Tile will represent game Friday night taking on the JV
Bradford County be in Mac- of St.Augustine in a 8:30 p.m. tilt.
in the mans flag District Tournament to played.
clenny this weekend December 5-7 JV Coach Rick Stephens will show a
The Music Men play the Macclenny Gaiters In Friday night's third game, at completely new lineup a i.none of his
9:30 p.m.,while Kitchen's cranks up with Saturday morning' second: tilt, a players have played 9th grade or JVball.
I Besides the lack of
10IS: a.m. contest against the Streaks of Macclennj experiencethe
In other first-round games Macclenny's Buc's challenge Red Lion of BHS club won't show much height
either what with 6.2 Tom Johnson the
Gainesville at ,7 the ,
p.m. and Chestnuts of Gainesville meets Macclenny
Castaways at 8:15: p.m. Friday night.Arrowhead of Gainesville plays the Buc's only 6-footer on the squad. .
Red Lion winner at 9 a.m. Saturday.morning. Stephens cut his roster down to 14
If Kitchen's wins Its opener it would play the winner of the Arrowhead gameat Sophomores playing are Larry Long
8:15 p.m.Saturday night In one semifinal.. If the Music Men are victorious the Southside "Turkey Bowl" Action Blaine Dyal,Andrea Strickland Cur
first time out they will meet the Castaways survivor in the other semi tis Griffin Doug Giuver Lee Davis

at 7 p.m.Saturday night. The championship game is set for 2 p.m. Sunday with .. Pictured above Is 5th-grader Jody Bown attempting a though. as Bill Hamilton blocked: 3 tries for the younger with Melvin freshman Handles Johnson and Mark Gary Pie.-ce Tyson
both the winner and berths in the state tournament to be held
winning
Dec In runnerup point-after kick against the 3rd and 4th grade all stars In team. Wade Pelham and Stephen Marshallrounding \
13-14 Palm .
Bay.Tornado last Tuesday's "Turkey Bowl" flag football game at Game day Included such festivities as are commonplacein out the roster.
Southiilde Elementary School.. college and high school bowl games, with cheerleadlng Managers are Kenny Perry
The Sth graders scored S times, with Tommy Jones squads for both teams a halftime show that Included the (varsity) and Andrew PattersonJV
Jason and Jody Brown Eric Noegel. and Delray Covlngton "Marching Sharks" marching recorder band and dunces. ( ).
I Grid Statistics : doing the honors. Only I of the conversion kicks was good\ by the kindergarteners and first and second graders.


Listed below are the team statistics 0-2-3; Kenny Wright '1-1.0; Mark C ## #== t=## # #== = 110Priest's c= t=#

for the 1980 BHS season Crews 0-1-2; Emmett Watkins 1-1-1;
The bulk of the stats are provided Charlie Brown (0-1-0; Frank Swindell
by the BHS coaching staff with I-O.Oj; Mike Jordan 0-1-0 Bruce Is Truly.. The Christmas Store
Telegraph statistics from the Mac Rehberg 010.Scoring.. I I11P
clenny and Fernandina Beach games \
tacked on. BHS did not get good films Bill Goodge 7
t to grade on either of those games. touchdowns-1 EP run-44 total points: ,
Numbers in boldface are team highs. Kenny Clark 12 EP kicks-3 field
Rushing: Bill Goodge 123 goals-21 points; Mike Jordan 3 CHRISTMAS
attempts-ait) yards-s per carry; TD's-18 points; Emmett Watkins and I .
Mike Jordan 1375834.3; Randy Randy Parado 2 TD's-12 points; CARDS .
Parado 46-229-5.0; Dwayne McBride Charlie (Brown, Brian Thomas Mark .. .
37-187-4.5; Emmett Watkins Crews, and Dwayne. McBride 1TD-6 '"'...sea of 32. .. 1.39 EASY
29-145-5.0.. points.
.up..Volk", Card.. ...on at ta$ 'MINI.
Receiving: Mike Jordan 7 Passing: Bill Goodge 32 Many eMen WAVE..
catches-59 yards-8 yards per catch; completions-61 passes.3 interceptionsfor ....... 1 .69 1.-'.
Mike Teston 6-137-22; Jonathon 365 yards and 1 TD. That computes
#3900 'v
Johnson 59218.4 3 TD's; Randy to a completion rate of 53 percent '"IOiiJia. By
Parado 22813.0; Brian Thomas and 6.0 yards per throw. :
1-52-52.0 David 1-20-20.0.. 1 I / took Ilk. real Micro'Wov.
Sparks
; Others Sparks U DUMP TRUCK Via 0...' Bak.. twice a. ff.lolhvr as'W4
: PuntingDavid 98 _..
Tackles: (Without Macclennyand 38 for 1,177 yards a 31.0 average. Na 3900 Mighty Dump e and pan lay. 0'pusher Special. cookbook pan.
Fernandina games) Kevin Red Quarterback SacksKenny Wright e Ittnkttmoal popular! i and. Betty cracker mines 'In-
dish 69 tackles-22 assists total, and Charley Brown I each. Kick l eludedJEFFERSON
Returns Emmett Watkins 14 returns- r 12.59
Kenny Wright 44-16-60; Mark Crews : {OKN' "
28-13-41; Frank Swindell 29-12-41, Jooyards-18.8 average; Randy ""' ., .
David Sparks 26-7-33; Brian Thomas Parado 46215.5; Dwayne McBride MANUFACTURING CO. GAMES
23-11-33; Kenny Etheridge 27-431; !9-126-14. Punt ReturnsDwayne
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Watkins 15-7-22; Charlie Brown Brian Thomas 1-10-10. WAGONS '" GUITAR NM

15-6-21; Bruce Rehberg 13-2-15; Mike All.!.... '5.98 1 H.adach.i5.59
Jordan 7714.Turnovers. Team Stats: Scoring- BHS 139 A ..
points 13.9 per game Opponents 194. ......$10.98r...-:_.;:' SPECIAL 6-STRING-- 1 -
: (Without Macclen- 19.4 per game; First Downs- BUS 88. GUITARS "
ny game) Kevin Reddish 3 caused Opponents 113; yds rushing- BHS $29 98 A'\ N""w--a-: i. r.a.w Ae soN
fumbles-1 fumble recovery-1 In- 1788 Opponents 1949; yds passing- ,. rw=7.98 ?'1 12.98 rwrs-. w.-
terception; Kenny Etheridge 2-1-2; BHS 382.Opponents 520; total offense-
Brian Thomas 1-2-3; David Sparks BHS 2170 Opponents 2474; yards per BICYCLES SPECIAL aim DESERVE DOLLS-DOLLS
gameBHS 217.0, Opponents 2474. DURACELLBATTERIES ,

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Jackson had 22 points on 8 field ._ .,, up TO .
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dleburg came In the consolation gamer while Williams knocked In a dozen ...'27. 8 Wn..2.".. .109.98 PRIEST. ll the chimp.
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If there's one thing brother-in-law Bob Milner and Don Hardy aren't agreeingon t ,
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these days ft's the outcome of Saturday' FSU Florida football game In } ,
Tallahassee
Bob, at left, a Seminole alumni and Starke City Commissioner,Just knows the '
favored 'Notes will win for the fourth straight year but Don, a L'K graduate and Ii.
BUS Choral Director, says the Improved Gators will break that string.
Even the young'uns got in on the dress-up act Tuesday night, little Robert
Wentley Milner left,wearing his and and Donald his
garnet gold Milner donning .
most colorful orange and blue. ,, .. '' .
Bob will trek to Tallahasse for the ballgame but Don will slay home and watchon I 0 Dr "
the lube."/Ie'.chicken," brother Irtllner charged."I told him it's going to be '

all-point spread." .



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Chance TD's by Bo Bishop and Chris Simmons -
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For Cage LeagueThe set.up Ed the Douglas third score then,ran a pass 35 yardsto from Q What is a NOW account? '

last chance for persons Interested Douglas to Patrick Marks covering 13
to join a Starke Recreation yards. Jamie Bowen ran for 2 and
Department-sponsored Men's Basket- Douglas threw to Eric Noegel for 1 on A. A Negotiable Order of Withdrawal.Q. '
ball League will be at the organizational -** the conversions to round out the Colt .
meeting Monday, Dec. 8, at 7 scoring
p.m. at the Old Armory. Interceptions also helped the
Cowboys in their 26-0 victory. A
2nd AnnualSki plckoff by Calvin Lang set up a 13 A what?
Trip PlannedThe yard touchdown pass from Chris .
Noegel to Donnie Francis and Jimmie
Starke and Macclenny Recrea- Quiette intercepted another pass to
tion Department plan to combine set up the second score, a 15 yard run A. A checking account that
again for a 2nd annual ski trip excur- by Francis. Noegel hit Lang from 20 earns interest.
sion to the Blowing Rock slopes in the yards out to make the score :20-0 and
Appalachian Mountains of North then put the Icing on the cake with a 30 \ 1
Carolina. yard scoring run.
The trip will be the weekend of Feb. I
13-17 with the group leaving Friday Q. Is this a new service? .
night, Feb. 13, arriving on Saturday,
skiing Saturday through Monday, 3 Tornadoes at
Feb. 14-16, and returning on the 17th. "Pirate Brawl" A. Yes !
18 or 19 people can be taken from Tornado Congress just passed a law making
Starke said Rec.Director Cheryl Godwin wrestlers Billy Green,
with the first 18 to sign up and Larry Saucer, and Michael McDuffie NOW
pay their deposit going. attended the"Pirates Brawl" wrestling accounts available throughout the
A deposit of$60 Is due by December tournament In St. Petersburg two
30 to reserve a spot, that pays for the weeks ago with Green taking third United States
rooms ((3 and 4 bedroom con- place in the 112 pound class. beginning on January 1
dominiums with kitchens). The bus Green won 2 of 4 matches in the .
fare of$52.65 must be paid by January prestigious tournament. Saucer was 1981. But NOW
31. 1-2 in the 138 pound division with accounts" have been' : VIM*) iMiiiih 1 D
McDuffie ,
Additional charges for ski rental 0-2 at 126.
and a lift ticket are$20 per day,or$60 tested among bank
for the 3 days,with payment at the ski Gator QB Club customers in New I
site. The total cost of 172.65 does not
include groceries. Food can be Meets ThursdayThe England New York and New
brought to cook.Anyone Starke Gator Quarterback Club Jersey for,

will be holding a dinner meeting at 7 the few
Want to Play p.m. tonight,Thursday, Dec. 4, at the past years.
Team Tennis? Garden Restaraunt.
Also Club President Jim Reddish
There's a possibility that Starke has announced that 150 tickets have I
could field a team in a new Michclob been printed for the Club's second annual ,.'j ...t
Lite adult tennis league planned for banquet slated for January 29, ::.Q"A i. How does a NOW "
1981 if enough interest Is shown. 1981 at the Starke Country Club. account work? ': ",: ':i \,ubql;:in At least 4 city teams are needed to Gator Head Coach Charley Pell again ; -mrnltnubnittl
form the league, which will run from has been promised as the guest J ; Just like
January to mid-May under the speaker.Tickets are$10 each and will a regular checking apcp.unt I "
jurisdiction of Michelob Lite's national be available at the Thursday meeting. : ;' 'I:in :'M
tennis program.. Live Oak, :'.,II; : Same kind of ''' :'' '')'' }'')
MII : checkbook Ifirii --"
plan Lake to City have, and teams.Macclenny Starke could already joinas Pop Warner ,. ,, same ,'Ir' '.';Qrll1L; : .iJilnrna :

the fourth league member if ;' ". checks. The S.vono
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enough interest is shown. Players Green Cove 12-Jr. Pee Wees 7 : difference is that YQUb P. O'i' ;, gnnrnA
must be 21 years of age or older. Call Saturday, Nov. 22 :?,,,1 ,. 'i }, .noe>IJI'JiV
the Recreation Department at The Jr. Pee Wees of Bradford .: : :: .> i earn interest on the in gf1;
964-6792 if you like the Idea. played the 6-1 Green Cove Springs .I' money yourc.he5hnn n ,
Gertie McRae tough but fell 14-6 to the host team in a 'I I : :
Springs Bowl played In Green- Cove 1f:
Up for Trip Saturday, Nov. 22. \
To Scotland The hosts led 12-0 at t the half but the i. \' ''''.'In', '(lImll1 !Jrl'l'
Cowboy defense, led by Dale Brown, mi h'\Ari's bnu !'>!>/]
Mrs. Gertie F. McRae of 1206 Pratt Mike Jackson, Robby McRae, Chris I : ,nl! 9(1) ml uimatiV I
St. in Starke is eligible to win a free Farmer,and Darrin Patterson blanked ': ,Q Then
trip to Scotland and $1,000 as a result Green Cove in the second half. ,'I ., ,, why do they call it a NOW account' ;;':'
of her hole-In-one scored at Starke The Bradford team pulled close in \ mn I 'II,it964.7830 f.t
Coif and Country Club this the final period when, after ,
year. an ex- .
Mrs. McRae's ace change of fumbles and A Good f At .'1 ,
qualified her for recoveries by question. Community Bank ;
the 20th We'
annual Rusty Nail Hole-in- Brown and Patterson, quarterback ,
One Sweepstakes,a national competition Greg Wiggins bolted 5 yards for the
sponsored by the Drambuie Li- Cowboy scco e. Wiggins added the extra call it a checking account because of
quer Company of Edinburgh point run to make the final count
Scotland. Her name will be included read Green Cove 12- Bradford 7.
in a drawing of hole-in-one scorers all Patterson, Timmy Seeley, and Ron our eligible customers who maintain
a
over the world. A Rusty Nails a Thomas also played well on offense
twosome of Drambuie and Scotch. said Coach: D.L. McRae,who thanked
The winner of the drawing will be President John Duncan and Commissioner ,,. $500 minimum balance will automatically
announced early next year.Women's Chuck Williams of Green "

Tennis Cove's the athletic Bradford association teams. for Inviting receive 51/4 % interest.

League Standings: 3-6 The record.Cowboy ended their year with a ':.,:.

Marie Wynn and Ella Cooney find

tion themselves Department's atop the women's Starke Recrea-tennis The. 'Community Bank strives to make this simple for our customers.If .

Truck
league both with undefeated records. BumpsPacked ,
Mrs. Wynn has a won-loss record of CarA

9-0 marks while reported Mrs. Cooney Tuesday Is are 80.: Gloria.Other truck struck a parked car on 'you have any questions about our checking with interest or any other

Sapp 6-3, Lorretta Ross 5-2, Phyllis Clark Street,75 feet north of Jefferson f\ _
Huggins 4-3, Bobby Sue O'Brien 3-4, Street in Starke at 12:25: p.m. Mon

Debbie Rhonda Traylor Griffis 2-6 2-5,,Cathy Colleen Hilliard Pike 2-6 1-7,, day Jacksonville Joseph, Dec. 1.Wayne, Boone, 24, of service,..give us a call or, come. by the bank. Any of our employees wiiibe
and Debbie Wright 17. was not Injured and
there was no damage to.his 1973! Ford

Starke Flag Teams truck.A parked. 1978 Plymouth sedan, :;'more than happy to answer any or all questions. .

Top Baker ClubsTwo owned by Sam Tyson,Rt.2,Box 134E,
Starke, was listed as having $25
flag football teams from the I
damage, according to the Starke I
Starke Recreation Department got. Police Department '
small measure of revenge back two 1nem
COMMUNITY
weeks ago for Baker County High's Ft.p.l.c. STATE BANK
first-ever football '{ .
win over Bradford V t1
County High. The two youth teams
whipped counterparts from Macclen-: 8-3-1
I ny 21-oand, 264 Friday afternoon, I OF STARKE
Nov. 19.The I ,'
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w w Santa, Fe liiincheonette Turned Down, Opposition Overflows 1 ::1

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The Bradford County Zoning Board that would not be compatible with the operating a mini storage and commercial Gaines announced that all future requests -
voted unanimously at its November residential nature of the area. storage facility. for rezoning would be under
1 1y 25 meeting against a change of zoningat Others speaking/ against the rezoning Allan T. Leith also>> won approval of the new zoning regulations and would
i ,) Jr i si s a Santa Fe Lake fish camp to allow Included Jim Robinson, Al his petition to rezone one-half acre require a fee of WO) for rezoning and
x+. the present owner to operate a lun- Rosenberg, Rick and Sandy Fisher, three miles south of Starke on the .KW for>> subdivisions.
cheonette for the convenience: of his Genevieve Starling and Betty Griffin west side of U.S. 301 from OR (open '
lodgers. I owner of a neighboring fish camp. rural) to BR3.1.1 for retail store sell homeEconomics
The petition of Louis V, Ferri for They pointed out hat drainage In the ing used merchandise mainly Extension
Change of zoning>> on 2 acres off SR-21 area was already bad and any com clothing. Agent
RAN south of Keystone Heights from R1A mercial development would add to' Permission to advertise Tor public Sets
residential) to MB ( marine the sewer, water and road problems hearing on petitions to .rezone was ProgramsMs.
'Hisiness) met strong opposition from already being experienced.The given to the following: Alicia M I llomrlch. Extension
residents of the area who filled the motion to deny rezoning was -William E. Thompson, four acres .Home Economics: Agent with he(
'hearing room to overflowing. made by Wiley Langford, secondedby five miles south of Starke off Forsyth Florida Copcralive Extension Serviceof
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines ex- Robert Scott>> and passed Road from>> OR to MP for operation ofa Starke will present a "Gifts From
ilained that the fish camp ((formerly) unanimously.) junk yard and auto storage. Your Kitchen program on Tuesday.
un by Mrs. Barnhill) was grand- Tommie Cason Jr., represented by -Will Harris rezoning one-half December 9 at 10:00 A.M. and 7:00:
ithered in under special use permit Ronnie Cason. was given a favorable acre,one-quarter mile south of Starkeon P.M. in (the Agriculture Auditorium,
hlch allowed operation of a sand- recommendation on his request for west side of Hwy. 100 from OR to>> 2266 N. Temple Avenue, Starke.
ich shop. However the sandwich rezoning property next to Pine Level BA. to sell used farm equipment. Also She will also be in fake Butler at
top was discontinued some time ago. Baptist Church for a grocery store one-half acre in same location from the Lakeside Community Center,
aines said and that use could not bo and meat market with sale of beer. OR to>> RIC for mobile home. Lake Umlcr at 10:00: A.M. and 7:00:
instated after being abandoned. The rezoning was denied however,by -Larry M. Crawford 6'a acres,, P.M. on Wednesday December 10.
ie property would have to be rezon- the County Commission at Its Monday three miles north of Starke on west Inflation is on the rise but a smart
.1 I In order to offer a food service meeting. (See story elsewhere In this side of U.S. 301 from EA to MP for gift giver van save money and make
there now Gaines said. Issue.) operation of Junkyard the gift dollar go further by using a lit
Harold Hill a resident of Santa Fe Leo DeSue was given approval on -T.J. Mann, 18 acreas east of tle creativity und resource manors
Lake said he opposed the rezoning his request to rezone 2'i' acres, two Brooker on south side of Sll-18 from ment skills Wild Home ingenuity you
cause the MB classification woulden miles northwest of Starke off Road EA to RIC for convertible homes and cun produce Inexpensive unique gifts
up the property to>> varied uses 229 from RIC to MS for purpose of mobile homes on one acre lots>> from common household items
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Bradford High Student Council recently bought the new BUS office entrance I. .. .. .1 II .. II ... Lawtey News soso- aso- .e .e II I. so as I. 00-60- I. 00001 1
rug pictured above. It graces the front door of the high school.

Pictured holding up the heavy floorplece are, left to right. Bobby Epps. a by Elizabeth Terry Daisy Bach, and their grandmother. find Mrs. M.D. Crapse Sr., were Mr. Largo spent Thursday until Sunday
senator the Student Council
on Tommy Sue Marshall this year's Student Council Phone 78 -32410 Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Mrs. Tom and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and with Mr. and Mrs. DO. Brown and
President and BUS student David .
Sjmpson.Hampton) Whaley and girls of Tampa, Mrs. daughters Mr. and Mrs.Jim Ceballosand Mwwna.
.IIIKCH ACTIVITY Robert Smith and family, Mr. and daughters Mrs. Mary Mcnotte Mrs. Pearl Dobbs visited with Mr.
First Baptist Church: The church Mrs. Virgil Griffis and family, Mrs. David Walton of Jacksonville and and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs for a ulula on.
had a Barbecued pig with all the trim Maines Griffis and family of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wheeler of Sunday afternoon
Hilightsby mings at the church on Wednesday were Thanksgiving afternoon guestsof Lawtey.Mr. Mrs. I).K. Brown visited 1 her sister,
night which was enjoyed by all. The Mrs. Boch and Mrs. Wilkinson. and Mrs. John Steele were Mrs W, olcne Day and son Keith of
church also gave our.pastor and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. David Johnson of Thanksgiving weekend guests of their Jacksonville, Sunday iiftcrnimu.
Dolores Meng Hampton Elementary: School Brown a pounding to show them how Atlanta Ga., and Mrs. Ruth 'son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. und Mrs. Fleam Starling
Phone 46H-I9IS I.Itll Indians! much we love and appreciate them. Steinhouse, >of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Lester Walker. visited their son and daughter law'
During the week preceding Rev. M.A. Wood of Louisville, Ala., their cousin Mrs. O.J. Anders Mrs. Wilma Wainwright was a Mr. and Mrs Mink Starling and baby
Senior Citizens Thanksgiving Mrs. Cindee was the guest speaker and he! surely Thanksgiving afternoon. Thanksgiving dinner guest of her of Alachua on Sunday afternoon
On Friday, Dec. S, the Hampton Lawrence's Kindergarten Class brought a good message. Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mr and Mm ( Senior Citizens Club will hold their entertained other students with sing- Grace United !Methodist ('hurehl.The and family of Pensacola were Mrs. Al Perser and son. Krick: of of Lakes Tampa visited their
meeting at 2 o'clock In the City Hall. ing songs appropriate to the Season. Church's Thrift Shop will have a Thanksgiving weekend guests of their Lake Asbury. She was a supper guestof brother and slstC'rs-in.law.! and
All are Invited I Following their study of Indians and yard sale at the church. Saturday, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and her son-in-law and daughter Pat Mrs. Ixtnnie Teuton( and MM. Marl:
Pilgrims, the children decorated Dec. 6. at 9:30: A.M. Also there will be Chris.' and Allen Brown and daughters of Teston.
4-11 Club grocery bags for costumes con- craft items for Christmas for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. .Eddie: Schwartz and,
The Hampton 4-H Club met at the structed and decorated headdresses, PERSONALS: : of Maxville spent Sunday with their and Mrs. Leon Wilkcrson Mr. daughter l.orrie Iligginbolhain.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waters and wore necklaces they had made Miss Elizabeth: Terry visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and and Mrs., Timothy Wilkonon) and Sarasota spent from Wednesday until
Monday night with 14 members and 2 from dyed macaroni pieces. Their nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Glen Shuford and Nancy.Mr. family. Mr. and Mrs. L.U. Wilkcrson Saturday with Mr. and !Mrs. lams'
adult leaders present. Lynn Watersled musical accompaniment consisted of Terry Futch and sons of Jacksonville and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and and family David Wilkerson and Waters.
the 4-H Pledge and the American dried beans enclosed in paper plates. Beach, Tuesday until Thursday night. Angela their mother Mrs.' O.J. sons Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wilkersonand Miss ":rda Wilson of Palm Hcaili.
Pledge was led by Connie Davis. Their totem pole was made of Mrs. Joyce Futch, ,of Blackshear Boyette, Sr., of Lake City Mr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr, and Mrs. Hal Hamilton \11'.11I111
The report was given on the recent decorated cardboard cartons. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Mrs. Robert Manning and family, of Wilkerson of Raiford Mrs. Dot Reid Mrs. Tommy Boyette Bob Hoyrtto.
Ecology Meeting held at the John One day they ate their lunch all doll- Starke and their son Steve Futch of Macclenny, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert of Brooker and daughter Mrs. Con- and Mrs. Wcndie Smyth of Jaiksoiv
Bawek home. revealed that the ed up in their costumes. Later in the Starke and his friends. Mrs. Cindy Joiner and family,' of Jacksonville, nie Clark Mrs. Linda Crawford and ville. Mr. and !Mrs, Bill, Wilson MisM.incl .
measurement around the Hampton day they visited the cafeteria and Rowell and her daughter, Elizabeth, were Thanksgiving dinner guests of girls of Jacksonville, were < Elementary School was 800 feet. A classrooms and delighted all the of Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs.Chuck Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette. and family, Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and John Wilson were Thanksgiving
nature trail is planned for that area as students and teachers with their Jones of Gainesville joined them fora of Macclenny. and Mrs. Harold Jones of Lawtey. dinner guests of Col. and Mrs. Win
part of a community pride project. musical renditions. Thanksgiving supper,which was en- Mrs. Pierre Crews Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Jr., Wilson..
Colored leaves were brought in and Joyed by all. Miss Terry returned W.F. Atwood and family their sister, and son Robbie of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. C.R. Crews spent Thiinksgiv'
compared. Refreshments were servo Square' Dancers home with Mr. and Mrs. Benton Mrs. Onie Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Friday (Nov. 21)) through Sunday ing weekend with her suit.in,law and
ed by Connie Davis, Doll and Lynn Mrs. Kathi Ledbetter accompaniedher Futch, but Mrs. Joyce Futch remained Mike Clance Wm. F. Atwood, Jr.* (Nov. 23) with their parents. Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Waters.On Physical Education students to with the Futch's until Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Crews and daughter, Mrs. Donald Wilkison. Sr. ('laytinnand son, Tom or.h'eksllllvlll.
Wednesday Lynn Waters and the Square Dancing Day held at and Mrs. Jerry Glance and and Mr. Leon Conner visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Starling of Mr. and Mrs Pat Henry and :Mr
Debbie Roberts held a Cooking Class, Brooker Elementary School the mor family, of Palatka, were Thanksgiving Donle Pringle and her daughter and Mulberry were Friday overnight and Mrs. I.onnie Tcston were
while Doll Waters conducted the ning of Nov. 25. Jim Duncan was the supper guests of Henry Hodges < son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Springer guests of their sister. Mrs. Wilma Thanksgiving dinner guests of their
Macrame class. instructor and the students who participated and family and Miss Vivian' Mrs. C.D. Sellers and her: Wainwright. Honln-lnw and daughter, Mr and
On Dec. 8, five older 4-H members will be teaching their fellow Crawford. Mr. 'Jeff Chapman ana daughter and attended the 25th Silver Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison and Mrs. Charlie Moslcy of Highland
plan to>> attend the Citizens Short>> classmates the art of square dancing Miss Wanda McRae of Jacksonville > t Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dana of Jacksonville were Mrs. M.ibel. Itoyette, Miss Hula:
Course at the Bradford County Court later in the!: school) year. Among those were their, guests \on/Thursday! evert- ...-,Carl Hyman of Tallahassee whose, Thanksgiving dinner! guestpr.thcir\ \ WilHiin.; :Miss Rrmu Wilson and t'oL
. House between.Awl aOO<<:10. i.:* \f t=:>: (attending were Graders: ... wedding anniversary was at Auburn-., parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Donald MId !\Irs. .Willilln spent the day i in
The 4-H Club-decided also toNfressr"* ''Cassie Carter: 'tienise Curtis Billy Irig.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Bennett gave dale on Saturday. Wilkison, Sr. JiK-ksimville Sunday
up as a group and march In the Jordan. Terri) Kennan, Roy Payne Mrs. Hazel Tanner a surprise birth-, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Durban and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and son Jerry
Christmas Parade in Starke on Satur- and Rob Powers. Fifth Graders: Ber- day dinner Sunday afternoon at their family of Lake Butler Miss Denise of Tallahassee came 'thanksgiving
day. nado Baez, Sandy Fnese Brian Kidd home in Lawtey with 46 guests attending Durban Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. day and brought dinner for her ('iiilrd. 1"111.1.| |<<< Inn, .i.li
Richard Kidd Grace Rowe and Raymond Williams and family of parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobhs :\.1ati:> .re
Jerry Clower>> Show Tracey Youngblood. Sixth Graders: Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and returned home that afternoon.Mr. I'.iM.ir, : lei".l .'L. Wells
Jerry Clower, known as the "Will Paul Bawek Shannon Ford Tanya thurme Blanchard visited her sister Durban and sons, of Lawtey Gerald and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of "Friday 7:111::l p m. "' Youth Service
Rogers of the New South", is to be Nichols Justin Wadsworth Laurie Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Brown of Kingsley Lake, were supper Jacksonville visited a while with Sunday 10:1111: ) a.m. .SinuUySthiHil. .
featured In a show at the Bradford Whitehead and Kirk Williams. Thelma Wilson of Baker Nursing guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, them In the afternoon. .
High School Auditorium on January Seventh Graders: Brenda Curtis Home of Macclenny. Nov. 20. Angela and Cheryl, on Saturday Miss Brenda Prevatt of Sunday. rilipin:: I':vangehslic,;
'. 16. Tickets .on sale at $5.00 are Daniel Dailey, Ray Davis Dean Mark Hodges was a Thursday over night. Tallahassee and Lucian Prevatt of S.rv,
available locally from Mr. and Mrs. Padgett Melissa Payne and Amy night guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake Gainesville, were Thanksgiving in- VVodnchilay. ;::111 I pin Hilile, '
Joe Riddick or other band parents in Williams. and Mrs. Jerry Glance and family of Worth, spent the!; Thanksgiving ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. r'lcL' Stllel)',
the area. Money collected will be usedto Palatka.We holidays with their parents, Mr. and Starling. f t Him. \rtv2:33::
help defray the cost of the new BUS :March of Mines welcome Mr, and Mrs. Jay Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Mr. Truman Norman spa Mlltll' lfllllll'llt, / d'lilf' will, /
Band uniforms. Mrs. Rena Scarf, Regional Director Stapf and their sons George and Don Mrs. Fred Moore'and her son and Thanksgiving holidays with his si B/l'lf. tltltMt,, f ,Iff I'Vl f llfltft'
ofjhe Mat l rupf Dimes visited thes Hartley and Robert Burkhalter. of daughter-in-law/. and Mrs. Reggie Norman in Gulf Hammock 1 Iii",.
Thanks ilAgl'ollda(( Q} Q R )>4l I>ecently and showed a film tot Auburn Washington to our com- Mickey Moore and Trisha attendedthe Mr. and Mrs: Edward Cochran
Mr. and MrsXfevidMeYlg.TinaanaCarrie : io entire student body. Randy was munity. They live In the former Mrs. Boyer Family Reunion in Ocala
attended, pre-Than lngr featured as a handicapped boy who Joyce Bennett house.: on-Thanksgiving Day. There were 98
dinner at firfnhome )> therapy and help from many Friends of Joey and Linda Bennett persons present for the occasion.
mother, Mrs.'15lai'lfnil.1( i tarke people. lived an active normal life were hostesses for a stork shower for Afro and Mrs. Edwin Knight of
on Nov.>> 22.Among r.o.J ; Children/ were encouraged to solicit them Friday night at the home of Baldwin spent Sunday afternoon with
othpl F |4esU. we.L'JII'jancy! sponsors for their March scheduledon their parents' Mr. and Mrs. Buster their brother-in-law and sister,, Mr.
Nickleson. llcarherand Adam of San- Dec. 5 at the school Funds collected Bennett and Nancy. There were 31 and Mrs.. Lenard Norman.
ford.; Duke andiUnda-GrtBi-MlssY will' be used to combat birth present including her mother, Mrs. Mrs. A.P. Hallman of Keystone
and Brian:' Pe 9 iC Leo.ril1 Ti q 9< Lori..., defects Carl Edwards, and her grandmother, Heights, spent Thanksgiving day with
Douglas Ashley, Ma'xie Padgett, Mrs. E.W. Hodges Sr., of Brooker, her brother and sister-in-law Mr.and
Mary Goetzman, Kenneth, Stephanie Mrs. Denmark honored her aunts Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright Mrs. Hermie Kelly. '
and Karen. Students in Mrs. Ernestine. Den of Tallahassee and Mrs. Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa. was a
The family enjoyed the dinner with mark's class honored her on Nov. 25 Beatrice Hildreth and her two Friday overnight guest of her sister,
Adel and wished her well on her tripto with a birthday cake in celebration of daughters of Kingsley Lake. They Mrs. Fred Moore.
>> Virginia for the holidays.ThankQvlog her Nov.. 29th birthday. They played two games the winners were Mrs..Sallie Norman of Inglis spent I
presented her with birthday cards Mrs. Gary Melvin of Brooker, and .the"weekend with her parents. Mr.
Reunion \ signed bymarij; other friends. Mrs.: Uettie Starling After which Lin- and Mrs. Truman Norman. .,
Mr. and Mrs.Jerry;; Wadsworth, Sr:, Cheryl-Thomas celebrated her 8th da opened her gifts then refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thompson of'
,Bobbin Jerry Jody and Justin. joined birthday on Nov.. 2'J. of cake and punch were served. Gainesville, spent Sunday with their
family members at the.home of x Mrs. O.J. Anders spent Sunday until mother.:Mrs. Daisy'Thompson.
,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weisner In Waldo itceulueratingTracy | Thanksgiving afternoon with her Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of
.Thanksgiving Day: Among others Bradley returned to school son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Davd .a AmA
present were Mr. and. Mrs. Joe on Monday'following his recent ton'' Mrs! Johnny Jenkins, and family of Kelly and Justin, of Jacksonville,
Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby silectomy at North Florida Regional Milliard.Mr. spent Thanksgiving weekend with
Sullivan of St. Augustine and Mrs. Hospital Gainesville. and Mrs. Lynn Boch and Jenny, their parents. Mr. and Mrs. George
Hazel Griffis and family of Starke. of Alachua, were Thanksgiving din- Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins enjoyed :dew udnils: ner guests of their mother, Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. '!
Thanksgiving Day at the home Stephanie Williamson was welcomed -
of their daughter and family Mr. and back by her former el.iwJhl.ites to I
Mrs. Emory Prevatt Sr.- near the 6th grade recently. Her! brother;
Slarke. Also>> attending were Mr. and Doug Is In the 4th grade. and her
Mrs. Emory Prevatt Jr., and Emory sister Susan Is a tat grader. They
III. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of have been living in Virginia Beach. ,

Ocala joined the. group .during, the Angela Walker. formerly from ,Iur. f
afternoon. rlson. Tennessee joined the 5th grade
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trimmings at the Paql Meng home asl -
were Carlton>> and ''Joyce Meng of
Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng. I ilob
Dana and Michael of SI. Petersburg.Mr. 19 1
and Mrs Theron Hunter, Adam- Victory Temple
and Renee of Keystone Heights. Mr. Church of God I
and Mrs. Martin Men; and Amanda.
Mr. and Mra. Randy Scoggins, April: ,The members welcome you to attend
and Erik. Mr. and Mrs Kenny Me- their worship service each Saturday EVERY SHOE
Clure Kasey and Ryan of Tampa.The at 12 noon. This week there will bea
Francis Meng family enjoyed child blessing ceremony during the 'IN THE ENTIRE STOKEWIILBESOID
the company of all their children and service. Songs and, hymns will be
grandchildren on Thanksgiving Day rendered by the Starke Christian Missionary ;, !'
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except Gerald who called from Lake and Literary Society. .1 A '
Tahoe. where he'I is. employedjJIe. ..:tat Our bible study topic for next Tues- r i AT MICE VOU"WON'T
reported being treated to-dinner at day at 7:00 p.m. will be "The Truth' BELIEVE
the home of Cindy and Denise Cissy About the Parable of the. Rich Man AVAILABLE FOR .
formerly of Starke. Their brothers. and Lazarus; 'y :
Mike and ''Jlmmy Gis y, were also o!: \ .\, ,! ALL UNDER I
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another Starke friend now living In I lADIES
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ChrlHlmiic' DecorationsThe "h;mm
Joe Riddick / among. "Charley" Benton. former SHOES
the first to display .heir lighted operator of Benton Awning Co.. has FOOTWCRLD Caft.l.iim: ; .
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Nativity Scene and other lovely opened a Chick 'n Fish restauraut at ,
decorations. They are".,, lwaytwthamloveliest ,< BNoInlr/'ftl'Vln' < fresh chicken and
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BCT Staff Writer sort of grew Into a business. It's keep-up{ with it all. home honors from the county fair fora
'Jones Craft Shop- "We try to do it something that I had been wanting to Well known for her skill In sewing number of items During 1979 she
like we'd do it for ourselves." do for a long time." said Jonesa long won blue ribbons for Tier baby
On East Call Street down by the time car salesman before going out on sweater,shawl,and man's vest which
'railroad tracks is the Jones Craft his own, when asked how he decidedto she entered as well as a best overall I
.$hop, owned and operated by Jackie start his shop. ribbon. Business got to much for her
"We to set In order to this and she was not able to
,. ... and Ermie Jones These long term try our prices year
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v -: Starke residents run a unique little people around Starke said
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I' business that grew from a part-time
l' ,,. hobby on their parts to a full.time occupation .. Almost everything is made by the "I started out! putting things on con-
"', o couple themselves, which includes a signment at some of the shops around
As you walk into the store from Call wide array of needle work and wood here, which Is why I have so many
Street. you immediately] begin to Items. They also take on consignment 1 patterns now. I also take some thingson
under the of Jackie various items which meet their very
come magic and t consignment but only if they are
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Ermie Lining both sides of the high standards of quality from local good enough,". said the craft artist
building and crowding the center craftworkers.Some .
tables are hand made items of an of these are ceramics which
almost infinite variety. ,are works of aft, driftwood pieces The couple have started a businessin
A fancy print hen waits patiently with Tiki.birds staring out at you and Starke and have not taken any
along a side display stand to warm .crocheted animals. Stained glass short-cuts to make more money from
the rolls on your table just as if they suncatchers sparkle in the windows their wares. They have stood by their
were a nest full of eggs. Little toy ,and decoupaged plaques line- the convictions to try and do things like
dogs, hairy enough to Bark stare out walls. they were doing It for themsel es.'.
from the same table, Owls )hang from Admitting that most of his business
the walls,wisely keeping silent in the ,comes from his cabinet work, Ermie Tiki Birds at Roost
sunlight.. is quick to how you the gun cabinet ati
r Underneath, the tables are doll i i the rear of his store. It is an exampleof
cribs, handmade and ready to hold a what a man skilled with tools can
wruw young mother's make believe little- make. from ordinary boards. JEFFREY F. NUSBAUM D. .P. M. -
Beginning a Child's Toy ones In the back of the shop are real- "I use mostly pine and cypress PODIATRIC SURGERY
life baby cradles, waiting for someone -- along with some cedar fir and birchin PODIATRIC MBDICINB
Shaping one of his toy ducks Ermie Jones works at his band saw In the to claim them for a newborn my stuff/'said Jones when asked
workshop" In the rear of the craftshop located on East Call Street. Infant.., Along the other side are the about his materials. Announces the opening of his office
toys ready to please even the most "Most people want things that are
of children: giraffes standing stained now, since they like the anti- for the
tacky I block animals holding crayons,. .que look. They seem to want it that
and ducks that walk. way since it makes it look as if the Surgical and Medical Treatment of

r .Originally opened In October 1979, item Is' handmade and not from a fac-: Foot Disorders PHYSICIANS PLAZA
the Jones have recently moved the tory! .
store location to Call Street "We've "I was busy for two months beforewe (904) SUITE 200
had about a 75 per cent increase in our opened the store while Ermie was 372-0000 720 S.W. SECOND AVE.
I business since we opened up here still working full-time, trying to get GAINESVILLE FL. 32602
because of the better location," said enough things made-up to open the
Ermie Jones of his new store. store with" said Mrs. Jones. "Now

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Mr. and Mrs.Clifton Griffis of Starke,
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Kevin entered the Marines on
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I . .e .. ..Obituaries .. .. u .. Santa Fe SetsRegistration Dates .

I For Winter Term "

Mrs. Patricia T. Pittman Jimmy Martinollowlnfcalbtoet.lW4.UUif'1 Registration for the Winter Term ofIJi '

I 47,Mrs.of Patricia hemp. after Touchstone+ dledfl AAx Pittman C1P cll''!"'! !; .,rl \t't :: \\J; i \ I :#.a Cpnununity.k ,! t .bet i98I,'pJoseout J JiiA" .
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2 at her ad a rki!;ne a I f N$rrlwr'2t'' fpd!! ) .a gtty (1 /
", attack. !I'!> '1,1, lifelong} ; ll' 14 t tI I!11 Illi Itat'' ( l L ''1 1It.i' ra..IfIlKj. "ill U Fhp t 'o..' ( ,Jill ;
Mrs. Pittman-was: a .
I rest- -Born and eaise LaiBradford.Coun.ty -regtstration.Jsom'8OO'AM.-te-4 dent of Union Cbunly.: She was a Mr. Martin attended Bradford P.M. next Monday through Thursday ..... '.". .
housewife and a 'member of the County Schools. Mr. Martin was (Dec. 8-11)). There will be a spedlal l;" Jjm1. ;7: l... "- C'
Church of God of Lake Butler. employed by the Bradford County evening session on Tuesday, Dec i9, '..I" of': 11 .'Ii"Y 'wY
\ I I Survivors include: her husband, Rescue as an Emergency Medical from 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. ', '/ "f \ /
Barney Pittman.Lake' Butler; five Technician owned and operated Mar- Students may register for the.f;' ',+ I : .."
sons, James, Charles and Michael all tin Land clearing Business In Starke, courses offered In Starke as wellias( y iL :a1 Sa'e' .' '! !!U' _.;!t'at "\. Ir-..".. ""-' < ,
of Casper,Wyoming Larry and Gary, was a member of Bradford Lodge#35 those offered at the main campus)-In, -1; ". -- '>611'\'. '
both of Lake Butler; her mother Mrs. F&AM Bradford Commandery #43 Gainesville. No appointment tier}, ,.. .t J '1., t \\ '\'-# "'"
Margaret Touchstone, Lake Butler; K.T. of Lawtey, and a member of necessary. j : .. ,I' 1 9 .' ) >'>.
\ three sisters Annie Laura Harvey, Morroco Temple of the Shrine of The Winter Term runs frgm;: ';; '. "-).. l') {4 ,
Lake Butler, Mrs. Rosie Green, Mur- Jacksonville. He was of the Baptist January 5 to April 17. j -' .. \ )t.:..; .:.;..
freesboro Tenn., and Mrs. Gloria Faith. Applications are still being Accepted '" ;
Clyatt, Colquitt, Ga.; and eight Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. for new students for the winter L ... :. "
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grandchildren. Jackie Martin Starke; one daughter, Term. Academic and financial aid : I ,
I Services will be held Friday, Dec. 5, Tonya Martin of Starke; one step counseling are available to new and told ': '( ,.. ...... ''f\
at 2:30: p.m. In the Church of God in students. .""
daughter, Mrs. Pam Harper Starke; ) : ... '
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Lake Butler with Rev. Alvin Lane and four step-sons, Joey Bedford, According to Dr. Bernie McFadden .''', I'I'.w' "\\ '<'\I,
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Rev. Alton Coleman officiating. Daytona Beach, Earl Bedford Ger- one Innovation of this winter's offer- \ .
Burial will follow In Dekle Cemeterywith Carl and Dale Bedford both of ings Is a Biology class with lab, which :.;./:! i2-; J&"."':' "", : '
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Stare; his mother, Mrs. Thelma has not been available to Bradford I : ; _a. .
Butler in charge of arrangements. Thomas; his step-father, Carl students before. All of the classes are' -
Thomas, Starke; three sisters, Mrs. evening classes with exception of a i \
Tracy W. Baker Margaret McRae Marco Island, Fla., morning humanities credit course
Tracy W. Baker, 83, who lived on Mrs. Frances Tyre Keystone .(Major Religions of the Twentieth'
Baker Road near Lake Geneva, diedin Heights, and Mrs. Gale Fender, Century) on Monday and Wednesday
the Alachua General Hospital in Starke; four brothers Henry Clark from 10:30: to 11:45: A.M. For a cOmplete TIj. k; yY: ,
Gainesville Wednesday, Nov. 26. Martin Maryville, Tenn., Robert E. list of classes see the ad .,
Born in Melrose, Oct. 15, 1897 Mr. Martin, Lawtey Billy Martin of elsewhere in today's paper. .
Baker had lived in the Melrose, Starke and Roy Martin, Gainesville. For more information stop by the 5 ,
Keystone Heights, Lake Geneva area Funeral services were conducted at Starke Santa Fe Office in Bradford:!
all of his lifetime. He was an Army 2 P.M. Nov. 25, at Hope Baptist High School or phone 964-5382. / 1 stock NO. nan ..
veteran of W.W. I; was a member of Church with Rev. Pat Murphy, of- _
the Methodist Faith; was a memberof ficiating. Burial was in Hope S.R.E.C. Provides 1980 F150
Melrose Lodge #89, F.&A.M., the Cemetery with Archie Tanner 133" W.B. 351 V-8. 4 speed trans., knitted ,
Scottish Rite Bodies Morocco Temple Funeral Home in charge of ar- Outreach ServicesTo / seat, gauges, power steering, power ,.
; and a member of the Keystone- rangements.Mrs. Rural Area q1R. brakes. Western mirrors, tie down -
Melrose American Legion Post /202. hooks, wheollld moldings, cigar lighter, .
Survivors include: five sons, TracyM. S.R.E.C. would like to provide adequate 1 step bumper. ,
Baker, Palatka, William E. Baker, Betty C. MattisonMrs. outreach services to clients In
Melrose, Floyd D. Baker, Lake Betty C. Mattison, age 48, diedIn all rural communities of the eight Retail $7490 / No 2B2I I
Geneva, Leland A. Baker, Asheville the Alachua General Hospital In counties served by our Agency.In 19S F100
N.C., and Donald Baker, Athens, Gainesville, Tuesday, Nov. 25, follow- order to accomplish this, we planto ..
Ala.; three brothers, Gordon E. ing a long illness. visit each site regular basis, ninthly //, 4 $6 00 a 133" 302 V-8 3 speed manual trans.. knitted seal gauges
Baker, Lake Geneva, Sidney Baker, Born in Starke, Feb. 27, 1932, Mrs. or perhaps twice a month.. ,,,, .f step bumper power steering.' L
Palatka and Woodrow W. Baker W. Mattison moved to Alachua from First Wednesday of every month at SalV $5500
Palm Beach; two sisters, Mrs. Josie Gainesville 17 years ago. Mrs. Mat- the Community Center in Brooker, > Retail $6895 Sale
Porter, Jacksonville and Mrs. tison was a member of the Episcopal 10:00: a.m. to 12 noon. ; '
Geneva Silverio, St. Augustine; Faith. Her parents were the late Mr. Second Tuesday of every monthatthe
seventeen grandchildren and ten and Mrs. William Henry Noegel, Sr. Philadelphia Baptist Church:
great-grandchildren. Funeral ser Survivors include: her husband, Lawtey, 2:00: p.m. to 4:00: p.m. .''
vices were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in David Mattison Alachua; one Third Wednesday of every month at
the Eliam Cemetery at Melrose with daughter, Betty Sue White. Alachua; Pleasant Grove Baptist Church:
Rev. David Landers officiating. one son David Allen Mattison Ft. Speedvllle, 1:30: p.m. to 3:30: p.m. '.';, '
Masonic. rites were conferred by Hood Texas; four brothers, Billy, Fourth Wednesday of every month O .
Melrose Lodge N89. In lieu of flowers, at the Hall e
Stanley and Gene Noegel all of City Hampton 1:30: p.m. .'
the family requested that donationsbe Starke and Roswell Noegel of Ocala; to 3:30: p.m.Arts "
made to the American Heart Fund. six sisters, Mrs. Maxine Hancock, t
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home was in Sanford, Mrs. Mary Thomas;Atlantic and Crafts eC
charge of arrangements.Mrs. City N.J., Mrs. Shirley Parrott Ft. Festival this Saturday .,.-, f
Lauderdale, Mrs. Dorothy Umstead stock NO mm Stock NO. rasa
Lake Okeechobee Mrs. Louise Davis, In lake ButlerThe
Merle C. SpauldingMrs. Orlando and Mrs. Frances Martin annual Arts and Crafts 1980 FIDO 1980 F350

Merle C. Spaulding 63. of Pompano Beach; and two grand-. Festival, co-sponsored by Fortune 1 133" W.B. 302 V-8. auto trans., reg. CHASSIS CAB 137"W..., 351 V-.. auto.
Keystone Heights, died Tuesday. children. Federalformerly Guaranty Federal Iwo ton., knitted vinyl seat gouges trans., power steering' power brakes
Nov. 24, in the Alachua General Funeral services were held at 2p.m. and the Lake Butler Woman's Club power steering power brakes, cigar knitted vinyl seat. Instrumentation
Hospital, Gainesville, after a short il- Friday, Nov. 28, in the chapel of will be held this Saturday, Dec. 6, lighter, deluxe wheel covers, upper group sports 11,000. G.V.W., low mount.
lness. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lakeside e bod/tide molding box rails, step mirrors, super cooling radiator, air conditioning .
Born in Worcester Mass., Mrs. Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating. Inter Community Center. bumper. AM-FM stereo.
Spaulding came here from Ft. Myers ment was in the family plot In Mt. Fortune Federal will award six
seven months ago. She had been a Zion Cemetery in Columbia Countynear prizes of savings accounts to the win-
school teacher, a member of Lake City. ners of the Children's Division of Retail $7495 Retail $10,200
American University Women activein Festival.
the Christian Women's Club and There will be three categories in the e
was a member of the Christian Missionary Donn D. Shelden competitions: Preschool through 2nd $5895 $8700
Alliance. Donn D. Shelden age 53, of grade 3rd-6th grade and 7th-12th Sale Safe e
Survivors Include: her husband Keystone Heights died in Shelton, grade with two winners in each
Kenneth L. Spaulding, Keystone; one Conn., Monday Nov. 24. category.
son, Joel B. Warner, San Diego Born in Denver Colo., Feb. 24, 1927 Entries may be turned in Fridayafternoon :;'-
Calif.; one brother Lawrence Car- Mr. Shelden moved here from Dec. 5 at the Community e : e.
raway, Bokeelia Fla. ; one sister, Monroe, Conn. several months ago. Center or before 9 a.m. Saturday also
Mrs. Ailene Goyette, Hampton New He was a Navy veteran of W.W. II; at the Community Center.
Hampshire; and one grandchild.Funeral'services was a plant superintendant for a Items will be sold at the Festival of Stock No 12795
; were held Friday plastic company; and was a memberof every shape color and use. Membersof
: Nov. 28, at 4 p.m. at the FriendshipBible the congregational Protestant the Lake Butler Woman's Club 1980 F350CHASSIS

: Church In Keystone. Burial was Church. have been deligently working for [ CAB 137" W.B.. 391 V-e. auto. tram.. 10.000 '-
Tuesday Dec. 2 at 3:00 P.M. in Coral Survivors include: his wife months preparing a large.array of I G.V.W., knltt.ct..I. power steering and brakes, speed con-
Ridge Gardens Cemetery Cape Coral Florence B. Shelden ; three Christmas items and gifts to sell. I trol. AM-FM stereo super cooling radiator, aux. rear spr 1 4f 7
Kla. with Funeral
Johnson-Hayes daughters Debbie Lee and Donna There will also be a !!Udren's I Ings, Western mirrors. I
Home of Gainesville in charge of ar- Dela Vega, both of Miami, and Sherry Shopping Corner" at the Festival, 2
; rangements. Sarvis of Keystone Heights; one where youngsters can buy Christmas Retail $8795 Sale $7300 + z'
: :Mrs. Susie Sapp EdwardsMrs. brother, Jack Shelden of Denver gifts very inexpensively. (under $2)) v -
Susie Sapp Edwards. 81, of Colo.; and two grandchildren. and In private. stock No. M3DI9 Slock No t'ilUI' 1 tl c' I
Funeral services were held at 2:30: Tables can be rented! for f Individual(
Gainesville died Saturday Nov. 29,
II 1980
: in Alachua General Hospital after a p.m. Friday. Nov. 28 in Jacksonville use for sale items. Any questions or 1980 Mustang! Courier -v
short illness. Memory Gardens with Rev. Alfonso requests should be directed-- to Mrs! 2300 C. onI iglne>, 5 I M stereo radio, 4 W/utllty, body 230//: C J.. Engine/-/ W >-J
Born in Bradford County, Mrs. Edwards Todd, Navy Chaplain, officiating. En- Latrelle Hamilton of Fortune.;federalor wire wheel covers wide bodyslde molSale "- -. WSW lir... aped ;;::'- step butlipeti tintecljgiass. jj,
: moved to Gainesville in 1923. tombment followed, with arrangements Mrs. John Langford, '*of Lake $5750 wsvy ,
handled C. Retail $6334
: She was the widow of the late Harry by DeWitt Butler. ; %
C. Edwards, who died in September Jones Funeral Home. Tickets are still -available for a Retail SSOOQ'
\1HO.! Mrs. Edwards was a member of drawing which 10) to 20 pound butterball -
the Woodmen turkeys- will be given awk No 277. I
of the World and the e. .0 away
First Baptist Church Gainesville. following the Arts and CrafUffestivaL' Mtn $6800
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Survivors include: two daughters You neednotbe present to win.'
Mrs. Helen E. Butler, and Mrs. Susie "No man is rich who wants Tickets can be obtained by the 2300 C. engine, 4 speed deluxe wheel covers. mintI -
E. Hough, both of Gainesville; one any more than he has got." members of the Woman's. Club for a I console, (fold dawn rear seat,-bright window frames WSW r y ale S 'j "' i
brother William E. Sapp Josh Billings $t donation. Tommy Spries-of Spires IIrel. <
Gainesville; four grandchildren and IGA has offered to bake the turkeysfor $4500 "
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: one great grandson. any of the winners free of charge. Retail $4876 -

: Funeral services were Monday. . '
Dec. 1, at 2:30: p.m. in the Johnson-
Hayes Chapel in Gainesville with Dr.

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Born in Ohio, Mr. Smith has lived in Oiler Good /thru .. I s.otRetail '
Lake Butler for the past 17 years. He '" $5166 Sale $4800
was retired from Civil Service and Dec. 10, 1980 / :{ -1. 11-- &
was a veteran of WWI. I &
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Carolyn Allan Smith, Lake Butler; 11 '' =
two daughters Mrs. Linda Tyre. .; .
.. Lake City and Mrs. Susie Werre, Lake Slock No. HIT

Butler; four grandchildren. ., l' 1980 Fiesta
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Memorial services were held Friday
: morning Nov. 28. in the Archer P""lyOnlv 301 S.. Starke 964.6877 ; a 3 DOOR HATCHBACK 1,6 L. engine, 4 speed overdrive reclining bucket teals. ,
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Bud- i JB AM radio, H D. alt. & buttery, tinted glass vinyl Insert bod/side molding, WSW &
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dy Seay officiating. Cremation followed "' *' '

:: Butler with in Archer charge Funeral of arrangements.Home of Lake NOW SERVING BREAKFASTAt i"& Retail $5823 Sale $5254 .



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: Charles A. Barnes of 1132 Market suck NO nrn
: St.. Jacksonville, died Sunday Nov. 6 A.M.11 A.M.
23, after a brief illness. g 1980 Fiesta
: Born in Maryland Mr. Barnes had 3 DOOR HATCHBACK 1.61. engine 4 speed overdrive air conditioning S'tinted f)
: lived most of his life in Jacksonville. glass, vinyl! Insert, bodyslde molding. H.O. alternator ft battery bucket ....tl. He was a painter until he retired and .
was a veteran of WWI. 2 Eggs Sausage Gravy, Homemade g Retail $5850' Sale 5350 t
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Barnes. Callahan and Edd Barnes Biscuits Sliced Tomatoes & Strawberry Q & tr Q Q ll'qJ QqJ&\e'q. 'qJ '
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children. Preserves/Apple' Butter.
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; Nov. 23, in the chapel of Archer I
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with TERWILLECAR MOTORS
: Rev. Earl Langely officiating. Burial FREE COFFEE
z followed In Ft. Call Cemetery in I
Union County) with Archer Funeral
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A Juvenile has been charged with Police received a call at 2:02: p.m. The manager of the motet warnedthe satisfactory condition. '' 'II.! :
aggravated battery In the shooting Wednesday, Nov..2s. that a juvenilehad youngsters about the unusual Officers Sharp and Mosher have hunters
.another youth In the stomach Wednesday been shot. Patrolmen Sharp and amount of traffic to the room. The been working closely on case with Five-thousand, 481 combed the woods at the
Nov. 26. in a room at the. Best Eaton O. Mosher were dispatched to youth were given one warning before Surry County N.C. Sheriffs Depart- ..... Camp Blanding hunt reserve during the week of Nov.24-30,
Western Motel in Starke. the Best Hfestern 8 etel.ctim ,. ,>noanf hen'.the. motel (spnlwswan! iJestMatfcVi .-menthe-GalnesVm/ Police Department Jr'' 1 t with the' corp'taking'' out 37 deer and much assorted. other
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cluding: the one shot,have been charg ; J IU14parki | Ih 'rpom; who "hadrru'ea'( !" f 3.\Department In'solving some of. the it. i : MerrittlVuila"ms of Starke look) home a big prize a 130
ed locally: with possession of stolen ) ,, jsf a d' is mostly on tgotpreyctee. 1.: '' ,burglaries' In their. arreas.. .,, pound 10polnt! buck.:
according to the evens : / of came tiMhe motel 5 '
Property Starke : li.1 One the youths '. t if 1 "
Police Department.The ,, atmIIIII! h Ol\ .office at a ptnTWed.; Ntff'* i By taking a stolen vehitlteacrossslate 1 Also'killed were 258 cat squirrels, 22 fox squirrels, 18
three juveniles rented room rented the motel room ardund 10 a.m.lkWednesd f report at the Best Western on US-301. right &,y/i:,." Novkacwrtjtng/' to ,' spokesman said.' (federal charges of interstate Hunt figures were provided by Camp Blanding's resident, I
across the street from the Bradford Sharp Although a .25 calibre slug had transportation of stolen property. wildlife biologist Jim Garrison. I
Sheriff's office in the county courthouse spokesman for the motel said passed through the youth's body the m I
after they had stolen a truck there was an unusual amount of victim came downstairs} and waited. >,r Patrolman Sharp charged the three '. I I
In Galnesvile last Nov. 21 which they visitors to the room rented by the for the ambulance'outside :in, the" juveniles with possession of stolen .
drove to North Carolina pilfered teenagers, two of which had escaped motel parking. lot, the spokesman property. In addition, the Juvenilewho You'll! want to remember
some guns and other articles in Surry from the Alachua County Juvenile said. did the shooting was charged il
County N.C., according to Patrolman Detention Center in Gainesville. The The youth was taken by rescue: unit aggravated battery. how they look today
A.B. Sharp of the Starke Police juvenile shot was not an escapee, according to Shands Teaching Hospital ia 51 I I"I
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I Gainesville Attorney Selig Goldin Dies of Lung Cancer JJ

Veteran Attorney Selig I. Goldin. of He was a partner In the Gainesvillelaw Survivors Include his wife, Betty T. 2-:30 p.m. Monday Dec. 1.
Gainesville, died Friday Nov. 28, at firm of Goldin and Cates. Robert Goldin of Gainesville; two daughters I The Jury was called to handle the
Alachua General Hospital In P. Cates was his law partner. Lori Goldin of Gainesville and'Michele December term of Circuit Court in :
Gainesville of lung cancer. Goldin was a member of B'nal Goldin of Miami; two wns.i Bradford County In which seven trials ""! ,
Goldin, during his legal career Mrael Congregation and chairman of Jon Blake Goldin and Brett Goldin of were scheduled to take place. 'I
handled a number of criminal and its building fund Gainesville; his mother Rose Goldin. Green explained that he attendedlaw "-,, '
civil cases down through the years in Bom in the Bronx, New York, of Miami Beach; and. a brother, school at the University of ii
Bradford and Union Counties. Goldin came to Gainesville from Philip Goldin of Miami. Florida with Goldin and that the at-
Miami In 1955. He was a graduate of Funeral services were held Monday torney had handled many cases while
He was past president of the Eighth Miami High School and the University Dec. 1, at Williams-Thomas Green was public defender for 10 :
Judicial Bar Association.: Goldin wasa of Florida law school. Funeral Home Chapel of the Chimes. years and after Green had become a
member of the Executive Council of The Florida Bar's Criminal Law Interment was in B'nai Israel circuit court Judge! In 1974: :::a ,
I the Criminal Law Section of the Section has established an award In Cemetery. Green also told the Jury'it was V
Florida Bar, the American Bar his memory to be awarded annuallyto Circuit Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) discovered Goldin had a malignant I
Association, the U.S. Supreme Court a member of the Florida Bar who Green,Jr.,told the Jury venire that he tumor In his lung last August and the
Bar, Florida Blue Key, and the Gator has contributed significantly to the was recessing court in order to attend attorney was given a short time to -"
Boosters Inc. state's criminal Justice system. Goldln's funeral from 12:15 p.m. to live. J



I Hardy, Henley Acquitted After 15 Minute Deliberation -Y" 4iji:1

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five-hour trial Tuesday Dec.: 2. fin of being a narcotics agent," Reid slapped me. He added "they were Last Visit I
After IS minutes of deliberation a Douglas H. (Buddy) Hardy and says.Reid. right behind me." +r ..i I
Bradford County Court Jury found two Calvin Henley were found not guiltyof quoted Hardy as saying thereIs On cross.examination Reid denied i.ii
Starke men innocent: of the assault. the charges which stemmed from a nothing worse than a police officer ever buying marijuana from Hardy. fass'isttes is .
and battery !of Daniel Alan Reid In a complaint filed by Reid that the and taxi driver. **" .. Reid also denied, on cross- 1as
assault and battery took place last examination, ever having a discussion : -
Reid testified Hardy then took '1. ":
Bryant Pleads ll Guilty Aug. 21 between midnight and 1 a.m. piece of candy off the rack and struck with Henley about Henley's. ex- A professional color portrait for
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at the L'U Champ convenience storeon him In the shoulder with It.
In Drug Case US-301 and Center Street in Starke.A None of the other witnesses who After the state rested its case,
*" third defendant in the case, Carl testified In the trial testified defense attorney Hardy entered a motion
they saw
(Peewee) Griffls of Starke, pled guil- Hardy or Henley strike Reid.. with the court for a directed verdict 8ScI In addition ?, '
Robert L. (Bobby; Bryan 58, ty Monday, Dec. 1, to the assault and Reid, on the stand, told of a threat of acquittal on behalf of Henleyon
owner of Bobby's =A-Way loungeon battery charge In' Bradford County by Henley that. "whenever or. the battery charge, citing: Reid ad- to our i is
U.S. 301 Just north of Waldo was Court. No date has been set for wherever he went In the area that mitted on the stand Henley never Regular Offer, *
one of seven defendants entering: sentencing of Griffis in the case. they would Red Maverick... touched him. .
negotiated guilty pleas in ,Federal Reid' a service station clerk: "I didn't know get my what to think of what 'Judge Elzie S.Sanders granted that Now You ptxy HNO
District Court at Gainesville TUesday testified that he was in the convenience meant," Reid testified. motion and the case went to the Juryon
on charges resulting from I drug store talking to clerk Andrea Henley the assault and battery charge Can Get An
bust at a rural airport In Levy County Eaves He stated John Pappas was in Reid, on cross-examination by' against Hardy and the assault charge
last summer. the store by the microwave oven defense attorney Dudley Hardy, \t. against Henley. They were acquittedby Exciting 10x13 ]
Bryant and James Tuten.37, which Is part of the counter in the stated he can't say for sure If Grlffis the 3 man-3 woman Jury. l

Gainesville garage owner,were nam- ,store. DualImagePortrait
ed financiers of the drug operationand Reid testified he had purchased a ;
each pled guilty to one count of soft drink and was standing by the 'k
conspiracy in return for agreeing to Pepsi display talking with the clerk. ,
assist the government in subsequent He testified Griffis came In the store 'Ask photographer for details.Dec I
prosecutions and investigations, and told me:: "You should have your .

They before each state facejplhaxhnum or federal: grand i tentense.deg, r "1e trIM IUt. te r'prevoke. ." ,n me and after ..,oOt...i'. .. "'-..*- \ ""tf<'"."".. "" "" r .mbe>r,4 (Thur). 5 J(|d), 6 (SaO!} '...

of five years iferison/fl iiaariUlftufine 'he me, Griffls told me 'let's ''.: I''f\'t'' ; : Ji. ".10 a-m.l '''p".nt.. 1' fa"!
for their roles inlmSncing the go slap and settle it1."
scheme: to bring 1,100 pounds of mari- Griffls, put on the stand In behalf of TI JMAS7MVALSnIC.: South Walnut St..
juana from Colombia, South Americato Hardy and Henley testified that he
a landing field known as "Brown's slapped Reid. St.rke'J
Pay Strip" in Levy County. Reid testified that the trio went outside Metal
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Bryant and Tuten admitted their the store, filled up the car they Pipes Drjveways! And Drainage

part in buying a twin-engine were driving with gas and then came Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows -
Beechcraft and setting up the smuggling back In the store.
operation raided by federal,state Reid testified Hardy wanted to talk
and local narcotics: officers last July ?to him and ask him a question."He Direct From Manufacturer 88* per sitting. No charge for additional group subjects. 1
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27. asked me why I was at the Save One special per person. Backgrounds may occasionally 4
According to their statements, the pollcvt tlon asking about how to go change. Remember, children must be accompanied by
deal began when Bryant and Tuten abounding'to ttig police academy," FREE DELIVERY'. parent. Satisfaction always, or your money cheerfully
bought the plane after pooling tW.MO Reid says. m. Lake Butler, Fla., .I 496-20.13 refunded
each. The men said they planned to "I was. accused by Hardy and Grif-.
sell the aircraft at a profit,but changed ...... 0
their minds when approachedabout ",.." -
the drug operation which they -
saw as a means of repaying the X
.$48,000 borrowed to help purchase the l j
plane. .
The defendants were arrested after
two Colombians, under surveillance: '
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raid The agnnti acatchadas the plane "',"
'landed and unloaded 30 bales of mari- :701
Juana into a waiting'p i'V'\ bf ..s."" -:
Timothy FlnDe'lA'DI'-CS'of'' stowM n ,Gainesville, a member of the; off
loading crew who had been brought
Into the operation by Bryant pled '. ...
guilty to misdemeanor charges .-I.-..:..;.,}..It.;-.- :.:a.


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Stark* Ads .
LAYAWAY J ; TALLAHASSEE-Florida duck waterfowl hunting permitted onlyon

. Sinew. top model. Future Zig Zog rowing rnochlM. Stretch I hunter who have waited patiently for Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays -

stitches, dorm, blind .hem, outomatlc bobbin winder" the start of their Reason may begin during the,statewide duck and

'; .ic. Pony .... area. Originally sold for "' ".m.. Pay oH hunting the migratory waterfowlnow. coot season.
balance due 137.00 cash or payment$11.00 par month. I LOST IfOUND WANTED WANTED .1 WANTED Duck Season opened yesterday Shooting hour will remain from

Under. warranty. While Sewing Center, 3527 S.W. Archer f. (Wednesday), Nov. 28. o11s ball hour before sunrise to sunset.

Road Archer Square Plaza Gainesville. Phone 376-4464. 'PUPPY KXMbH At"...*, 1 .000 MHCIS' .PAW for weed, ARRINOSt I wont to*buy a WANTED Mobile Home Aic- Goodwin said,, there la a new re- The dally bag limit for the taking of

.1) .months old black and taerne..weoring mobile home If mortgage. sit of whlt.-gold earrings I... Paying me best. price,. qulrement this season that duck: ducks is 10 points, based on the following .
I f.... ooUor>, to"..paid, or........ OlIN'S (Tiffany/ .."Inlll) with small for good condition axle.. hunters use steel shot In shotguns system: ,

T.V.OeanMC. Market Read pbena. MO IL| HOME SALES diamond.Also need an AIR, 9648331. 9/11 tncha when hunting In certain parts of the Redhead, hen mallard, black duck

j 24"Zenith_$188.00 964-7635. Itch; 'WA.,. _-5606. Open 7 day CONDITIONER .8.000 state. He said hunters should be sure Florida duck, wood duck, and hoodolmerganser ;

, ,.*..(>>. TPcbgWAkfraOH blu. Please write 9978 Fury "alit to purchase steel shot before the startof 70 points and the blue-
23"Admiral-$225.00:
, i; Mobile home a. Of, Jacksonville' Fl 3WIO r-:: ey the season. Steel shot is available winged teal green-winged teal pintail
2S"CA...$2I900 la ... Will edfearll'SERVICES ,
oral tI.
i i' pick up.
29"Motorola$19,00 Classified: ; GLIM-S MOBILE HOME -lake Geneva -4 only for 12 gauge and 20 gauge gadwall widgeon, shoveler,

All MM ..,......teooI. Many other MM to choose from. Deaclll, ,BALES .64-5o06.. Open 7 100 ft x 438 ft. Lots : magnum shotguns. caup (bluegill), American

Payments a* low !as $17.00 per month. Whit. Sewing Tuesday' day*e -' TFchg Restricted for 1850 sq. The first phase of the duck and coot merganser, red-breasted merganserand

Center 3527 S.W. Arch.r Road Archer Square Plata' Noon CAIN FOR COINS Gold. ft. minimum buildingsize 73-4340 season began November 28 and will all sea ducks, 10 points.
end December 7. The The fulvous tree duck and I
I canvasback -
\ Gelneivllle. Phone 376-4466. llvo*, sterling dental in Bradford second ,
,gold.Cf scrap jewelry, optical County. or will begin December 100 points and the ring-

) frames. etc. J.R. BullItietan wIPSsoN \\473-423S, January 19. necked duck, ruddy duck, bufflehead, I
FOR YOU .*...250 TFchg.' The only exception to the schedule goldeneye and drake mallard, 25
} I FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION .tALISTATlNUDfIN Repairs Of Major occurs In Leon County and Lake Miccosukee points.The.
WAMTBDi/ Used, tools, both
I Ordered. Sold by Form. '*Administration UNION COUNTY mechanic and Electric Appliances in Jefferson County, where daily bag limit for coot is IS. i
j .It............: carpenter
Serving' Bradford a '
ABSOLUTE AUCTION Phone 964-8331 ort61L1651.9111 Clay ,
: ... .
A :':/ tncha Joe .356." ". 2..hro. Counties
.c--w C'vlll. 177-/m. 24 his I 1\
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Lswranoe Blvd \
10A.M.-W. .. D.c. 10. 1900 Culls : Sic KoyotonoLOCKSMITH Fresh Water of and
: FOE SALE Topic Hunting Fishing Day. I;

12 Mile' South of Gainesville. Fla. on U.S. 441 _..... ft>etwtRealtorAssociate. .. .- .,- -- 1

9 Farm Tractors 1 4" Irrlg. Pump MtSB. NEWSPAPER

7 Duke and Morrows 1 Mil of 6" 5" Pip' 4I4-M22 .; ,/R41.MM/IIM PLATES 24 x CERTIFIED TALLAHASSEE With over 50 Brantly said pollution continues at ,
TINln fee:,
end
3 Cultivator 2 Combine Owns. S* :29 each. Bradford
percent of the state's fresh water an alarming rate, pointing out that I
I I 6" W.II Pump .Plantar' Sprayer, Drill, Riverfront'. Realtors a River" 'County 964-430S. tin Telegraph, 24 HR. SERVICE BH"Locks Repaired; having been negatively altered or "land reclamation by ditching,diking

Plows swiss degraded. it is past time action be and flood control activities involving

Ioto. H GALLON INK DRUMS r"-'o Emergency OpeningsDON taken to correct the trend, accordingto : channelization and flood plain J

Has.slt.1st. Perfect for trash barrel, Col. Robert M. Brantly executive destruction has stabilized and
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Mist. -. .. P4M M.Op each. I
I Bradford Coun.Iy"
HILL SECURITY
OTHER CONSIGNMENT ACCEPTEDNo SYSTEMS director of the Florida Game and lowered water levels throughout
Different used .
Aer..o A Talagraph 9646305.
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Route 1 Box 261 Fresh Water Fish Commission. Florida. .
Sic.. lot In town Iftt:
Sal.No F.. MoItIIe Maas i i%w.-. : Keystone Heights, FL 32656 "What we are facing fa. loss of "As a result, hundreds of thousandsof
Phone 9044733549RESDENnALAUTOCOMMERCIAl. freshwater resources which Is directly acres of productive marshlands adjacent

McOOUOAirS AUCTION CO. ll..26/owls ecre-levely kemeHa .OoMlf. : led Ads tied to the spinoff from Florida' to lakes and previously free

1.9641'72.7960 mad. ......I.ncI. .8e>t* results population growth," Brantly said as flowing river systems have been
the state prepared to recognize National destroyed These wetlands historically -

Hunting and Fishing Day provided water retention areas,

r.' Saturday (September 27). purified water as it flowed through
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Despite increased environmentalconcern the system and provided habitat absolutely -

during the 1970's Brantly essential to the welfare offish

said the Division of Fisheries of the and wildlife species," Brantly
YOU MAY HAY MISSED THESE Commission has continued to docu- aid. .

,I. ment a trend of declining freshwater "Water pollution is a primary con-

quality In the state. cern," Brantly said. "High level

He called for the creation of a nutrient discharge from sewage

I GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S Florida Fish and Wildlife Coordination treatment plants and runoff from

Act, which was endorsed in con- developed uplands contribute to excessive

cept at a meeting of the five member growth of dangerous algae

Commission in Palm Beach recently."At blooms, rapid sediment buildup and

the state level there Is no for- production of undersirable types of
; GAINESVILLE SUN mal requirement to consider values of vegetation."

fish, wildlife and their habitat In the Brantly urged Floridians to observe

'' :' majority of permitting processes or Saturday (September 27) as National

state sponsored construction he Hunting and Fishing Day "while
i .ICTION.
I CLASSI'I_ : said. Brantly explained that the creation remembering that It Ia mankind alone

of a law to establish such a re- that can destroy or preserve the

quirement will be taken to the 1981 natural habitat on which our fish and

rj legislative session. wildlife resources depend."

j' Shop The Sum's Ctessif led section I Vo-Tech Students Receive Awardsing i



The Gregg Division of the McGraw Cherry Starling and Sophia

I every day for grewf shopping values.t Hill Book Company announced Sullivan. .
recently that 16 students from the Students must successfully arrange
Bradford-Union Area Vocational 18 of 20 Items in the Alphabetic.

Technical Center under the supervi Geographic, Subject or Methods

.: sion of Becky Reddish Business Instructor category In order to qualify. There

,i"' :., '. '," have distinguished are sixteen tests In all.

I aevtAG.MAAT6. }.' '1' .OOKKe EPE R/TYPIST themselves in the area of filing by Nhora Cortea-Comerer, editor of
sewvlcssrsnorr' cn Porrtfl. bu.!n... Dou '..ntrv PART RECEPTIONIST" Today'i Secretary magazine and
eMPLOYEEs a .. boatk.fiplna .NO.ri..nc. For With boovkseplna' .c.o.ound. passing one or more official Gregg
c...:J12.>>ot j': .;, 4H p| cell Mn .V.rf.ll 37? )?>. Call Vivian' 777 2934.p.rlsnC.dsnsal Filing Tests included in the Gregg director of the Tests It Awards Pro-

.. 4.e..fi t AIpl.tCATIONS for part and PVM9ON to tAnd bar, daytime Tests & Awards Program.'Filing,, 'lI'amlndlcated that in the course of a
must .NW-IT,I. sad "toll to.... .'oovm.n' art now. hour a sf il"I able' ?. Apply' tn pepsin single "
I ..... .. ... .. ,, award, winners include Bruce year.approximately30,000'Gregg
S .nc. ea/1 76. ions eMlno *.fi.Mt) ooj N ._n........ ..',. .J ._OON"LO"SOflNTlftT Ave txtwgn. 25 aUi for Hmny t Barnes Loreen Candn,'Shirley awards are processed of

O HELP-ExPER/ENC.O.' .Pull fir. .....,..... fo NATIONAL AAodlcal' Comoany: Cohens, Vivian Covington, Judy which nearly 10 percent are In the
( Full. lm. ..... ta lads ctl.WQ work and oor.,. i cn." dental ha* ootrnlnq for H N Marty area of
Sclsiry o optm Culinary I CollM" officer jimt B 1 Her., DOS frlnoc: bn mt. aaUry nogotla. Crouch, Myrtice Harmon, Teresa filing.
371 l313.tweu loam-3pm fpy NW 13th Street bla PI One 3/7 7171 for Inter view Hart, Gloria Huber, Karen Kelly, "A properly kept filing system",

I ASSISTANT OOUCTION rvpi&r. varied N dutl.. fops Elsie states Mhora Cortes-Comerer. "is
fort i.m flnanca Srfun .. DRIVER /MBOANDKfiS) o aMoarlanc* raoulrad. enlovworlilna To hcncfl*toe.l rout*. MVHIwae ,39O Call Wvndol 373 i" '. Good oavf' can JQS "ACTION Robinson, Arrie Stacey Adel Start- valuable asset to any organization.
with lha oubllc Call torIntarvlaw Florida Chav Nauf'1 limo.. SwIIl. ng a ....".no van. C.._ 3.1 2300 1304 NON 13th f0 I I.
I / apnt..414-1499 Apo/V' 'n_.......MS MB Mwt ...'h in tl.y ou..n'" F..neootlabtatermi'
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ln VUICM 5PONTwA ,-t*. MAZDA ..-. RX.4 Station' 1474 TOYOTA COROLLA t.OO
V.rv r..flDl. f tV _,1.6tt.'i! i iVoriginal .....00. 4pa>.... altA Aft FM CC. 4 .oM V / owrmr. WOO 6r ;V ra.Mtta ttarao, *13OO. 375AI46jtudant oood, nteid paint/ & bodywork
om 0 ,0' Call 37.4934 after 7..... yy-v .ViOQ 47>- ,b.twe.o9 6

UICK" ftkytttiw "" L1.7.. MA2OA MX.7G*. 9 ....... 1976 TOYOTA COROLLA SR3 PERSONAL
war o.od FOR RENT25R FOR SALE
Cand111M ..._ with t5(0enyy! "solar ...*. .-. Marant' .,.,_. S tvp..... air' c...."*. rsdlels.Ints .
c 'for, ..klne, 5300,5 aySad.' mew ......,., boost *...... .i.xirtanao 41 OOO ml'. eMC.M.nt ''''.''''''on.0J1OO SERVICES
.,...u .r>Vt''....._, 37VQO9.7 aiudowt19T4MSRCCOeS 13.3M C.II,77 OHJl ."or" 3QTOVOTA TWO ACRES n.-Q.tOO
HOUSE on Lak. ,
I 19.Oood CHNYILENIMp condition,' 6ir..all.. RtcFully, loadad xcHant 300 DIESEL condition.cr 4-Weld. new COROLLA.0..... Is balfarv.gr 1977 CARPENTER WO.K.It.mod.llng ) Geneva. Completely' fur- near KeystoneHeights.: .
irfoo&t' -. Cams *rnfi\ .4m puff blu .".99V. 3/1 .7C3or ..t moo condition' Asking' work, kitchen nlshod. Phon. 473.2..55.tfnchg1113 $30O down..: $66 84,(, ..rmonlh.
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> '3a-oa .".. 5pmIfMO >27t>0 e..77..J.1..JC. .'Phone
Iw 'cabinet and 473-4088 or
( 1977 CAMARO LT. 76 BRONZf :(....". 1 a Toyota Corolla. ./tr. AMFM '72OP4EIMANTAMCfftlont trim 1.000 SQ. PT. STORE $300 QIt.'RJtt
2IIZ! 2. 2' atsl-
ityia. 4 cwllnd.fr, 74 stpnOTutP + a door.. IS OOO ml/tot. Sluawlttt ',..n.I .-lAUTO ANNEX 5p carpenter. Reasonable :
matic air. ..c....... condition Full poi w. rand fowl* CMo. wnll* lnt rlorf' ""conomlcExcallant HARFREO prices. Call Ed Dampsey at per month. Acres Iron tfnchg 11/20 |,: ., r .t
down take over 15 ) cuttom alloy -..,.. condition ",Ing 194*N Main' '. ..
aooo a> D4)yrnaot 'IC4/!/ ,' n.w Post Office In Commercial LAKE LOTS ANO t6C Eu
l Evs/wO.ksM...16177.. _condition, ,M.lpp. _'''tI! to *590. ... 7521 onvtlma fttud.*it |77 0/3 3 78 933 473-3477.: tfnchg 11/6 ;
/I EMw; se ... ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Circle. Phone Keystone 1 elglut., gygl.r,
.; ...,;...:. "' 7 ...; .. Closed meetings Monday 6 4732014.. 4lchg financed.10' oerc.ent,0Interosf.Ldts -
I !;.'tit. i'';"jjt. < 11/27-13/18 qtt Slt'XaROdbottam.d'
Open meeting, Friday
p.m.
: : ;: :..i!.; .
8 Alanon LAM GENEVA HOME, 2/1 .lok., .pliSpS 10
!1t'3'r; : .> JI"H ". p.m. Monday llrplace screened deck soil from _Y.ooo;; 4p 1to
>' _-';:1. 8 p.m. Alateen' Monday 7 I
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..... .,,'.f' p.m. All meetings In kitchen equipped, five acre overlooking; ,(/qke.
'J#' .J.1'V' beautiful sandy beach (access available) w tl
.: ." .\.t' ,. Educational Building Community / ,
fI -" o;.! Church tfnchg i, perfect location In town. nice trees' from iti50O'
11/6. $450 per month. 473-4903: $SOO down $50 a rnon)h.Commeicidl' .

RHSURI CLEANING PAIN or 473-7086 overlings.2tchgll27II4 ,froptag..

ARE YOU LOO"'NQ PO. sWl .... ..wv. 441 South mi/Ifttout. .V OWNeR' 3 .... t ..'h. NW. TING and wallpop.ring.Phone lnvetmnt opportunity.
,lara* 4 BR norna with, .IIr_ # hloh, .n .. ...._ .. .
la man* t location **in Oak L mrvil craanad porch. orlvacy f*>nc. 4732477. tfnchg '
c Jim OooglaM....Iv, 7712.rNf.. 17OOO cash or t.rmtnor. At.un>. 7..% mort. us month. 11/6 adults, no pat. On Lab.G.nevo. 473-4375.: tfnchg 11/6 >
1 ..... St. Au uttln*> I.TV.JO4A /Iv_OSJ.ooo_ 37V2349V AKC
OiEBR R4N. W/0f : Small trailer, I DOIIRMANSTopquality
OWNER: PLUMBING
... ....... .. RiPAIRSlarryTeagua
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& Hf.MM4..700 mor* at STAN LAKe LOT OWNER. A FMA 'i 7 adult.
Jr,. fI._'*... Ir .r'Ir .tflel-.. | NNI Nawr/1.WM ""/"", .3 BR.1'4 bath Scram Plumbing.' Phone 473-3544. only. You ore ln>
I car oaraoo.cornar tot.V .77f.4.1M. Mo men v..down.for oood crtrdlt.l porch, Intld' utility IoI t>y 4l03ly .
OWWNiB m.4... E ft***!, IsVfMtamllv owiulnancln0.: :; 377 6.00 I WILL CARE POE YOU 475.1228.WACHEMESTIR

/. .rf..om with 010 fltrM 644.ZiOfe l. ci: F/rip/Ka.. OVWMKR"a OM: MM 4V .a abeiihin car oar NW.o. OV OWNER. : ..,..c"... CHILD In my home duringthe AMSCILtAMIOUSMNOOAMMICAN/ / DOBERMAN
C ''n. _.om 3 7l- L.... utility/ room. beichva'd mabla *+* mort 3 BR a h11o.Nner day or after school. tfnchg 11/6
s 11 w9 I opl fcerf.fM C.II.7I r.tttI dan fsMad bach yard
r : TRUCK
A GREAT LAKE LO*: .Op-ar... monthly, tan 4 ln 'uranca Fenced bock yard Phon. TOPPIRS-S199 with
O-' _.... W sop 377 OB66.horn LEGION 36" side, window, with
ChrmlrM> J SM horn with ,laro Kothy. 4732898. 2tpd HALL SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m..
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ATTENTION HOME 3..K klicrttwi and Cetrport. ..*>dlot. .SOLU..L. PERFECT 3 Bit 1127.124NO bubble window, $229.
en Si Needy to watch Ihla nawnoma 4 loci**}**on dead.wan.rc t in *'In n'c.nalgrtborhood Orig Sunday 2-5 p.m. .Public Invited '
473.4521.Nnchg : .
> avow from ma round uo A VERY fosse 11I'o. Pre iyI1 rM>4cHV/ nnoralng .,.. one con. 'Inal __. MrvMant vard araattfarlar MORB RAZORS or tfnchg 12/4 Beasley Bargains
Tbedro /w.e b.Ihull0erf.. made/r, ak whA' ___lilt v.nl''an. to tcrtool Only .J..OOO horn Only %3t.TOO "withflaHlbl 11/6
e /. b .' MP financing' KavRvallyof tweeier Try electrolysisIt' THRU FAMILY YARD SAM-
: DouO "C" Crl Turllnalort Mi At.
Inc 37 ILI cloningNN...$:. \"; s9no.. ,13. TO*. 171 9H Al.chu. Co%>..... 'Inc 177 PitS Inexpensive. Hair Doc. S a 6. -9.,.Toys, baby 17' WIUCRA'T OPEN

...., :" .'f,' '_ ,t;. removed permanently by a .Items?, and household' FISHERMAN 140 M.rcury.paw.r ,
trim italnless steel
: registered eleclrologlst.Call good Satsuma) St. off
r for free prop., trailer 2800.
f demonstration. SR-21.. 4th home on right.
Am,'* Electrolysis, Itchg 12/4 Phone 473-4749. After
II 490 Lawrence Blvd., GARAGE IAII-AIL .DAY 7:30. 64-5395.. Itcfig 12/4

Keystone. 473-7003. Itchg SATURDAY Dec. ,. Jacobson BOBTAIL KITTINS time
for Christmas. Manx
12/4 30" riding' lawnmower
father. $20. Phone
.J ANTIOUa OAK' Claw. Pool palIOC ell and gas
1/CKUI TNUCK 11. TJESOAV! CMILO Good Utetd Don't Forget 473-7O07.: Itchg 12/4
..,. 6.06..w. }.. :. 'lor Ilbl.f13 Wl11nN/dSofa.' p rr- heaters. Many mar. item.
kN.W drt0h. 650 OebV/k turn clo'hat' (10 > 'ee' condtlion o.K Deadline lorClo..ill.d. BEAUTIFUL REGISTERED APPALOOtA .
1S Oao ;: /erf .U V. &CCL. TRADE bOOitg.lOM Celjl J7t .- North SR-21' to C352. ;
otrep ]7 .a's .A.t.O. *MOIW4St -377J737 10 3O* M Is' go gelding 2tt I
fi coff t.ble l .' lona M. 3 paved road 2 miles on l left.
POOL T"* .e: _flaw. Has. TVJ Black IV Whit. Console" *Mla OAK ***'Celt/.n. 2 Mtl B* Icornr 12 noon Tuesday front. years IS hands, with i
cOnlOtt10r1 b.d...... acte0.' .' : .k A wtita> oortabl' TV 120: o'ec. al..s Sign out Itpd 12/4 white blanket. best
.....".... _. a ?yy51.sem' working oood Utility' ,Irctl,. leibl'**...f7tl07.1a0o. 0944.bla.77rsf. THIII FAMILY GARAGE $800 or
rtl'r"l
.. '.. ar.tito Call 374aM.....4 AM ftxc C WANTEDCASH offer. 473-4M7 after S p.m. I
10 I '" .... SALI-Saturdey and Sun.
table.'
"' PIN DININO "OOM .
N.Pw10.TYI.WwITEls. DESK v-0 vie' ., 540 ..,n'.pl.n./ day Dec. 6*7. '-J. BR 100 Itchg 12/4 I
hoc h... \ lor calculator, *to a .'tool ,to yr&"rjfSfttfi fdtn It "n, NE NEARS la-IPIlO bicycle Ilk.
( N. 565. : rich 9cnair*.'0.""n. KwatsWditctoO.S AvMw*q.jg.PfjPfMlUTPOdlC ., POE GOLD. sterling and C-li. Fellow slan*, '' I
room erwp. a.,. ( .516. 7717576solos.pN .. _. ", diamond, coin. Itchg 12/4 new, ISO: Webce j I
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L .. M."'rfs' f. OO motocros lot of
bicycl.
N ''t- 7vlEww/Tew Lbt2.. 0.. n7n.v-r u-etd.Mcriitc. liTsOfirm Will visit your home I
1//44./ aO.. /I/1... .nIM c..or. U' DNARMA' M.w ',.me. wldo .rotl-tr. ..IroI. excellent candb '
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.TAY WITH Ohtor Soi/In l NOI/- Veer old. :it "' tI '' Uy C1 Ld/q/ .11....... anywhere 3765235. Mr. LOST/FOUND .
Cepd. "tit Odors You .aril er.::; ', = 140. ... M. .g111r.o/ :, Nnpllcs.570 Rlttman. Phone collect. lion. SSS: Soar .6.mae
fl'.S : ... / on/ = ",. fCNW/NN, '10 fpN4/4/f/ Canal 723g/7O 7715712a12 37 ". / t,.... us 57' 0" ;II' or Oest otlaf Calll/34i4l Wi BUY used furniture, appliances game. $20. Phone
& .. .
'. L.. .w,' : and aluminum blond' cocker sponUI, mi.*. 473-4367,2"'" 13/4-1 1 1AMTtQIM
r Ing'c' from Silver
truck Phone
topper
.. ,.,IIt.: .7J.: 52'. tfnchg 10/16 Rldge-Hwy. .2.8 area. 1221 BEDROOM U1TI,
Phono 473.2939 Hecllner. $45
or : Baby
Need infonnatltjr/\' \ ROOMMATIt Responsible 473-2783.: Itchg 1274Ad crib. $22: Chest end-
more ;( parson to share house on drawer from $20: Dinette
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10. $80 month phi
p.r end
iBterested in placing ,' i;., "' J', half tfnchg utilities.11/13 47J.: 7115. 'four chair Bargain*. $35.easley ,.

473-4521.: Itchg '12/4
$ C bttinPZUIU UUw WANT TO SUV-.2-S acre Cllu/ified
CaU,37a-.4222' In rkiftMn-o; home building lto, from / GAB.house HEATER Pod small
$160; .go, *,o .,
Prefer
1"f-: .'( !tiI.1; ; ownar.Kaystone/Melrase. Write $45: sewing machine with

: 1- 325 Carlssa' Dr. cabinet. $40; refrigerator,
Rooney ,
GetJKetults $120: woshar.$100
dryer
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_' ',' ; Satellite Bach Fl. 32937. $70 I
Beatley Bargain-.
3057733394. Itchg 12/4
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YARD SALE'AT FOR SALE

PALMS APARTMENTS.. Furnished 1988TOUCH MATICi ,STIIl BUILDING CHEAP FOB GERMAN SHIPHIRD
$ .. DIC. 41 Three party' pup. cruillegor"REALTY
'left In
garage sale. 1027 Butler GARAGE SAUl Sat.. Dec. efficiencies and I MOBILI HOMUi Why pay Microwave CASH Must Mil 40x80 p''.'. $10.00 each., Call .
used. Hasmeat
Road. Starke. Itpd 12/4. 6th. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and. BR opts., weekly 1 or mon more? Buy. direct from the, layaway never" defrost Curvette building brand after 6 p.m. ,9648057.Itchg ,
probe cycle.variable will deliveranywhere '
i ITHURS. a ram Dec. 4 and S.. Sun., Dec. 7th I p.m. to 6 thly. NEW FURNISHED factory. Large selection of up to 650 new, In Florida. Writ 12/4. !
p.m. 25" Zenith color TV STUDIOS monthly only. I r. 14' and double wldes. power NEW AND USED FURNITURE
9:00 a.m. til dark. 1597Gelger ; Full .
factory *
womanParty M.B.I., P.O. Bo '01 .
Starke.TFchg *
2313 N. Temple, ; and appliances. Porch '
13"portable TV Ions electric MOBILI ',
Mood look far : : COMMUNITY ty. ,loft area.Assume Eaton Park Fl 33840. ....
signs on SR 100 S. Trolling heater 7 hp outboard KITCHINITTISi One BR HOME SALES US 301 payments of $20.OO per 11/27 Jtchg 11/4. CENTER.rockers.US 301 BARGAIN South. Y1' "'j '" PHONE 4-7776

motor books, lots of other motor clothes; oportmon". pool IV. AC. North. Open 9 to dusk. 1 to month. White Sewing and HMIKOCKl 20 yd. semi 9646679. TFchg cagdUATiNWILL&GAn;
|unk. llchg 12/4. bedspreads linens; toys utilities Included. Totally 6 on Sunday. Phone Appliance Cantor 3527 load only. AllEN E. PLUMBING HXTLMII. wind 205 N. T*>mplo>, Starke I

SAT. S UN.t Dec. 6 .7.31A tools and furniture. 7 milesSE furnished. Weekly. man '164-87"1.6/5 TFN.DOU.LIWIDI S.W. Archer Road Archer TAYLOR Lowt. Phone _., doors, pipes, plus ("AI''R'

miles west on BrownleeRd. of Starfce on SRIOO. thry. rates. TEMPI MOTEL. MOBILIHOMIl Square Plaza, Gainesville, 782.317212/4 tfchg. 10.000 other Hems now at Wayne ..Douglas 0 BrokerSalesmanTelephone
Follow signs CloY....." ... Itpd 12/4. 880 N. Temple AveSiri. Call 964-6697 for In- phone 376-4466. 11/20 tfn. UPRIGHT FRIIZMi Frost Bargain Center US 301 *% -""
Miscellaneous household DEC. 6 B.1 DIC. Ml Rain or .. Phone %4.733i' formation. 11/27 2tchg free. 150.00 Call 782-3781 South Starke. TFchg

Items and tools. Itchg shine. 9 a.m. to'5 p.m. 9/20 TFchg. 12/4. PERSONAL evenings and weekends. I ACRI LOT FOB IAI.lt J

12/4. Handmade Items. 1015 MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI LAKB FRONTt 100 ft. on Lako SERVICES .Itpd 124.PIANOi Garage, water sewer and I AR
SAT.. DiC. 6. Vacant lot Eastwood Dr. 1214'2tpel HOME PARK mobile homes Hampton. Lovely. woodedlot with matching itool. .1_. 7 mi. NW of Stork

across from DeWIH C. 12/11. and space's for ran#. Phone In prestige" area.. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. Mahogany. Needs tuning. on SR 229. WhisperingPines
Jones Funeral! home. Ten MC S THRU DIC. 7i Just In 4682912. TFehg'HOUS.KIIPtNO 16750. Owner financing; 40000. Call 964-5610. Estates lot No. 28. i

families. Clothes, elec time for Christmas. Friday and deep good form@ Jack Courtnoya Phone 964-5148 964-7619.. Itchg 12/4. 11/13 tfnchll.
Dsc. ing room. TV. and Air OOKSi Makes nice gllli.SCO HAY Horse and cattle' quali
radios 5 thru Sun.. Dec. 7. Assoc.. Inc. Realtor TFchg'
organ guitar toys.tc. Underwood Motel 3 miles hardback books, rag. 11/20
Phone 473-4097.
I Itchg 124.IATU.DAY Toys. games paperback 4737060. 11/27 Jtchg REMODELING. BUILDING NOW$1.00 ty.
$3.93 to$10.95.
ONLY Twc books, clothing baby North of Starke on Hwy 12/4. REPAIRS New kitchens, 4'chIl12/11.
and $2.00. miles south of
Items records Christmas 301. 1O9tnchgCULLIOAN 8/4% ASSUMABll MORTOAGIi baths family roome.Brick, BARGAIN CINTIRt New
families. selection olvarious US Studers
Large Stark 301.
decoratlone, Tupperware; fully automatic 3 BR, 2 BA on % block concrate. Flreplac..peelall.t. an ;Auction starts Friday Nov.
Items. Clothes, Star 12/4 .
water conditioner. $3.75per .. Grlffls Con Variety Itpd.HAVi 21. 7:30 p.m. New and used ''''''
jewelry toys, .tc. 628 swag lamp household mo. Installation extra acre. Lake access., $41.900. struction. Phone 473-2108 Highly fertilized.ArgentinaBahia Items. One mile North Bradford Villas Bessent, Read. Starke, Fla. A nice placee ;
PInewood' Dr. 8 00 t.. items and much. much : Jack Courtnay 8 "'IOC.. (no rain). ,
: a.m. limited offer. 964-7638. or 473-2578. TFchg of Starka on US-301 < live. At prices you con live with.The townhauses offer
4:00: p.m. Itchg 12/4. more. Everything must go. tfnchg 10/23. Inc. Realtor. 473-7060. SEWING MACHINES J.M. Edward Call (Formerly. .Old Moose Hall). a beautiful secure maintenance free life style. Charm.
1% miles on Grlffls loop. OFFICIt December rert 11/27 2tchg 12/4. RIPAIRIDi All makes 964-5379. 12/4 4rchg 11/20 Ifn. comfort and quality describe the 2BR 1'/ B brick vaneer
Follow signs. Itchg 12/4. free. Ample parking. Coi MOBILE HOME: 3 BR on ono 12/2S. SAVE MONIV. Gas and
LAND cleaned' oiled and ad- homes whkh feature e Great Roam efficient kitchen.
FRI. 4 SAT.I Dec. 3 and 6. nor of Laura St. a Hwy 100 aero; landscaped; circle lusted. $10. Work HOUSEHOLD LIQUIDATION time. Shop at the Do-Drop-, cabinets end closets Soler....Super energy .a"lnllln.ulo-

FORSAIE 8.00 a.m. til 5:00: p.m. each Starko. 473-2735. 11/13. drive; privacy fence: utility guaranteed. James SALIi EVERYTHING MUST In Bargain House for all of tion...Cook In on our pro-construction p.lc.....You,
day. Cline Trailer Park. tfnchg. house. $12.900.: 7823928. CO Home workshop accessories drapes and spreads.
Strickland' your
comer MorganRd. _house can be customized' to suit your Individuality.
I Baby Items and other FURNISHED APARTMENT 11/27 ffnchgDOUSLWID9 (Includes supplies 1250 S. WalnutSt.
and Hwy 16. TFchg Any size. .
Model
ARM FOR SALIi 40 acreswith for sheet metalwork Is ready NOW. Shawn by appointment only.
miscellaneous. Call Nice' 3 rooms and bath MOBILIHOMIl BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 964-6740.11/6 tIn.
house In good condi 964-5306. Itchg 12/4. Most of utilities furnished 3 BR, 2 full baths. SIRVICIt Pump-outs. ). SPECIAL ITEM: Hand INS DO-DROP-IN Bargain I
lion. In Union County. I'/i Private entrance and yard W/W carpet. Central heat Residential commercialand carved solid wood double House 1250 S. Walnut St.. BOND MONEY 1IV4 I ,% will not lost forever-teaks better

mi. south of Lulu. Equity '.1. DEC. Bt 9 a.m. til 2 p.m. Phone 964-3464. 11/27 tfn. and air In living room and Industrial.' Fully licens .lie, bunk beds with bedding 964-6740 has a good selection all the time far these that can qualify I

and take over payments at Household Items, books; COTTAOli on Crystal lake; master bedroom. Furnish' ed. Phone. 964-8121. TFchg $200.00. Call of used furniture and SPECIALSlestwoed
5% If eligible.' Phone dishes: glasses; "Barbie 2 bedrooms. Deposit. 473-4776 before 9:00:. p.m. appliances at all times. We
ed; water softener' ; 2 wellson MOTORCYCLE REPAIRSFac Dr. :3 SR 2 B. panel, carpet $30,000. Reduced
1-904-964-8291 after 5.30 Dolls": pictures; man" Adults. No pets. $225 per 2 acres plus (381 ft. tory trained mechanics 12/4 4tpd 12/25. buy and sell used fur BNw...... :3 BR IB IWO sq.. ft. CrUA. In city.
weekdays. 11/27 3tchg misc. ate. It wll month. Call 473-3581.12/4 : WOOD FOR SALIt Pick-up niture. I16tfnchg.rURNITURh .
raining frontage) an NormandyBlvd. US-301 South 964-6020.' Needy new:3 B* I'/.B Pork wood Sub.. 32000. Reduced
12/11. be next week. I02C tfn. (SR 228)) In Maxvllle"' 5/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. truck 'load.) Anywhere In Duncan antique .607 Milton ..", new-many .xta.-$ l.OOO.
LOTS FOR SALIi 75 ft. x 12 Eastwood Dr. Itpd 12/4. FURNISHED APARTMINTi 19 mite west of Jacksonville SERVICES 9 Starke area$35.00 table w/drop leaf and two,

ft. In Unit 16 of Interlachen' SAT.. DfC. .i 134 E. Soulr Three large rooms one. Contact J. Johns. years experience In'all delivered. Call 964-6957. drawers; buffet; china HANDYMANSPECIAIS
both. Clean. In 'SB' A 1 Wilson Road. reduced. $13,600.
quiet
lake Estates. Four phases Including taxes and cabinet. Very reasonable. I acre
St. (Corner of Thompsonand 94.Starka.
Lot#/ .
KOA Kampgraund.
available Owner financ actl hborhood. No government form BOATS Call 473-2121 after 5:30: .tO"* W. Adklns.-House a SO 1 Off lot $12.500.
South Sts). Starke. Furniture -
12/4.
Fla. Itpd
ing.. Call 94-7430 after 6 children. No pete. Call 473-7079 after 9 P.M. 7/3 p.m. Itchg 124.FIMWOOOi ''Ml W. Adklns :2 IR-corpert-fencod S1I.OOO.
household Items
:. ; %..8071. Itchg 1214.COMPORTA. SALI OR LIASIl Keystone 11 ft.C1ASTRON BOATs 225
p.m. 12/4 2tchg 12/11. clothing' Infants and ..... ClIAN furnished Heights. 3 BR homo with tfchg SUROIONiTrimming hp V-hull. Vinyl top and Oak and "''n..I P f*f Ml D PROPERTIES
adults. Itchg 12/4. epertmentsSeparata fireplace on % acre lake, KilN TRII many deluxe accessories. $35.00; lighter. $49.00 per Crystal Lake hemesltes-3BR. FP, guest housa.$38,OOO.
removal 14
Vre IWB pick-up trucklaad. .14 Ac. Brownlee M. Col. home barn stream $64.500.
buildings with frontage. 30x40 CB garage Have 55 ft. Jut Ilk. n.wl Call
experience. Call 9647769. 12/4 4tchg .Beautiful lake Geneva 300 beach 4 homes-Own. fin
A/C and house
carpet. Single w/odjolnlng guest bucket. Free estlmatas. Gainesville 376-3619. TFN.
person preferred. For appointment call Phone 7823733. 9/23tnchg BOAT A MOTORt 12 ft. 12/25. .404 N. Cherry2... nicely fum. opts. Owner "".

Union County 964-6752.12/4 tfn. 473-4776 before 9:00: p.m. BARNES CARPET CLEANING Shakespeare and 9 horse .Home a 3 acres In Breaker $81._

I ] I M MOBILE HOMIl 12 x 60 12/4 4tpd 12/25. Shampooing and extraction Sea King. For Information IT'S A DANDY... I .1261 Johns Drive swimming pool thirties.
on one acre lot. $150.00 BY OWNIRi Duplex apart living room dining call "" .52..9 after S p.m. .Home. wk.hp-Rd.100W 3 BR. CHiA. FP, patio ''*.500.
Ads per month. plus deposit. ment. 2220 total square room and hall. 2995. 12/4 3tpd 12/11. IF YOU'RE HANDYHouse .:3 BR 21 Ranch CrUA I2A for gordan.Rd.225S43.SOO.US .,

Call 964-5734 after 3:30: f_. Each end has 2 largo 1.266-4460.. 10/23 tfnWl Is located by Mid- yr. old home(2tO( sq.. ft.). Hampton 8. 3 Ac.JJB.50O
.____
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12/4.
p Itpd BUY GOLD. Cash the
bedrooms; adequatecloser an Paper Shell Pecans dleburg at Jct. of 1-299 and ACRCACI
PERSONALS space: large living spot. Williams Jewelry Sot Ib.Vernon State Road 21. Go south an '4A-S2M septic well. pump, elec.pale, portable sheds.
RVICESCUSTOM CARS&TRUCKS rooms: screened porch; 100 E. Call St. 964-7064. Reddish 21; 16 2/10 miles to Hall. '40 acres across rood from Bedford Lake 105000.

kitchen and dining area; 10/16 tfnchg 964-6930 Bar... Turn left and go Imile '20 acre*. Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed.
birch CASH FOR GOLD starling. Turn '. "..,., Skin lodge" $40,000
AAA REAL ESTATE MADID.A.I..r. carpet drapes; tfnI 1/27 to Blackberry. 43 Ac. tawtey area formerly

SERVICE OFFERS 78 CHIVVt New tires, muf. panelling; stave; coins.W. Call A-Z St. Phone Pawn Shop 964-8348.144. ] J.It, andgo.41/110.mlle to 4.7B Acres Rdi 230: BWllson Rd. 11700. I
estimates. "'I': Local tier and starter 30000. refrigerator; central heat :" ;eonon'; Lon...T\I'1" 'left to *40 Acres HamptoKleKflOU 8"%" lnteresl-Ownor fin. J
I '
11' ""I'\'\ 'Alai ,; vto.., f4 .:< plot.l .1..i..AIAoJWtIIffV trailer, $100.00. and air conditioning ROBERT'111/13rfr THORNTON be. ?LANDFill ,? ..VACUUM- ;4195-Cotton.: :'Interim flnanclnOI. .86 ewres.-.... __..of wilt finance:'

u. 313.wl5eoeenfVevMerrcenew weshegfe nol on..lf;y Call 483.1500. Itpd 12/4. (electric). One half acre of We have, top soil fill SALE : Is available. *13 acres :Ml S Morgan Rd. Owner finance $39.000.
31.t% "lMIng/ advertised OardsetHDraperies. 48 MUSTANOl 40000. In land. Tad Oglesby. dirt and sand. We do light NEW* USED '.16 acres Grlffls loop-timber-_". fin. 10500.
./1 Vi near Raiford saw Enter- running condition. Needs "" .5240 after 900 p.m. drag line work. 964-5861. Here a chance to become .... acres near Presbyt.Church. S lIo.pltal-mok. offer

3/2 w/pool e acreage pr''.... Id or Lama some work and point lob. 12/4 2tchg 12/11. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Wofinancoourown.KIRSYS : a homeowner..If you're COTS FOR INVISTMINT

3/1 Shows Addition Stephen. 4962219. Call 964-5747. Itchg 12/4. sharpening service, circular willing to start where 7 Troller late Brownlee .....20'" dn.per acre 4000.
3/IH CHA. 5/1/BOTFM 175 DODGIl Half-ton pick- hand carbide,. ROYALS ,I previous owners loft off. IM'xtSO' commercial: en 301-owner fin. 33000.
3/2 Lake view CRAWFORD'S COMMERCIAL up truck. $800 or best of. hollow EUREKAS Great possibilities. Start
chain mower blade Country Club'let ISO1 SeT-nice location-$ 0.000.
3/1 brick' owner financed EXTERMINATING CO.i Ser fer. 782-3355. Itchg 12/4. and balanced.Leave Immediately. We'II provide financed $7(00.
CAPTAIN D'S ground HOOVERS Hampton. Oaks Lot US, trees, owner -
business' In 173 CHEVROLET
Station
home,
Acreage IO-S20 acres vlna I Columbia loaded at Jackson Building ELECTROLUX : finishing materials. Lowdown 'Busy' ,Coll S Water St. lot 23S1 S4'Owner fin. $",BOO.
Bradford
wagon-thres seats
Notary sarvicoJohn Union.Counties. 494-3M4 Collect. clean. 70000.- 212 NOW TAKINGAPPLICATIONS Supply In Starke, Keystone, FILTER QUEENS payment and low' .C.IISt. cemmerclol lot 100 ic 190 Owner fin. $9,900.
Heights or Lake ButlerRECOVERY monthly whilecompleting.
7/3 TFN CHG. Redgrave St. Call 9643318or payments BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES,
Longford.Jr. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK 9644788. 12/4 tfn.it77 9aye Nights' Full or PertTlmo. SEARS I No closingcosts s>7M W. Mod''..... formal Mobil sto-$29,000.

Realtor Associate. Harrowing mowing.'amd CUTLASS SUPRIMIi km COMMERCIAL or commissions to --4I9 S. Walnut. Now. large, worehouso.S11112,500.wormer .
.%-"' blade work. Phone V-6 low miles excellent ( Wo repair all makes.ALYOUHG'S. pay. Contact Properties, property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Pin.

494-2773 or 782-3029 condition; A/C; PISB; Apply In person Hwy.301S. .. !I toll free at 800-328-4462 W Store 41, Aprs on 301-good potential-owner fin.

11/13 TFN. Radio and heater. PH.. I .7 P.M..nd Set.. EMI ROOMThe 'r : i 4500 Lyndale Avenue --7000 so). ft. CB .blag, an Rd. 161 Owner fin.
Will BABVSITi In my.home. $3899.00. Phone 473-49O8. Recovery Room 'of' North. Minneapolis, Mln- fin.
3.fOR SALE 10 A JM. 4 PAL 'Since 197 I Homocammer.) a cortege. on Madison St. Owner
Fencedyard 'and hot Itpd- 12/4. Lake City Local Dlst. ; noooto15412, or call collect I ts,WOO me. Income four. turn. rentals-Call Bay 55.000I

0()M..CHIVY WAGON $325. meals. Janice1 I Noege49435IO. .' 1978 CILICA OTi loaded. No phone cells please.Itchg Archie Tanner FuneralHome : : :..6.16918'Q" to Robert Hunter I "lerge apt. complex on :Ml, food cash flow own. fin.
4ft-ho"11/20 Will take best offar. Call 9047338137.
tAJocr'' 2YtkshIroSCr9&si9Sr6QPd,11- 12/4 '" '3'mile .
*north of Realtor Associates After Hours
12/11. after 6 964-8969.12/4 1 I 12/4 12/11. -
SowsPhone! p.m. 04.57S7 tlncfce Fl. .. 2lchg
tMwit. m MM IJMfll .
i2tchg 12/11. ----- .
10 **SJIA n. tfchg 1274''. TYPEWRITER RIPAIRi Call
Oerrl
< ",The Office Shop. 110 W. SURPLUS JISPSi Cora and .... LortnonAssocluto49:6t3140or:
110. AIWALE i9milis.Q '
BUCK'S .7S2-3397
944-S744. trucks available I through 1.00 9645K34IM >. Byron Terwllleger.
'Call St.. '
: :=1" kicirth Safuday Pr 121. Hnll/M.., government agency. Many PEST CONTROL SERVICES AUCTION I Anne Terwllleaer Nelson.47S-1477 Sally Klillon..61-2255
"II" sell for under $2OO. Call .
low sdhdav; ; tond71f 70S for TIle MMftV Klttmt
312/742-1142 ext. 04116 Doc. oth 10 .
q.m.or
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in'ndfllriftg.o'TP'f/ # 2/. 10260 Pall". aermen-nacoh Control OC .
'SitfitI INSURANCEMAINIS Information' on how to put On Morgan Road
at :''GI chase. .**** Spools! Senio. OHren Motes' VE8II Vito_
:odt I'l o c.t.J,a a.m.. SR S233 MOBILE BradfordMini
HOME
at L" n\6nfty Cen..r. INSURANCE AGINCYl 3 SR. 1 '/ Bath Home 5 "
HELP on Acres. 10%
I' 160 S. Lake Ave. lake
D ot1. 1ft' hpd 1,24.F4 SERVICE
"'on 1.2 or(... 3 Butler. 496-3978. Complete' WANTED down. "" ,11 ( OLISi StorageHWY
Insurance: Service. TFN ,2.- 5 Acre Track. 20% down. Balance due 0 A23S .
'r f.room. kath.Irpoted Office) For RentDecember 100 si Laura SI.SlarKe
!h!replace, .,1.800q. -- NURSING HOME needs full-. In GO days. '
WANrnMOIIU .
feet area. HELP time .LPN or RN nurse for rant free). ample I parking corner< ,Southeastern Auction
Service- NOW
"isO.OOO.1, Brooker 485-1474.. 4-12 shift. Call 964-6220. of Laura St. and Hwy. 100 Stark. ., : IOC AMP. !
10V* TFN. MOMS REPAIR ".. 10/9 tnchl! 473-2735. Tin. I Co) Randall J. Campbell r RENTING

LIOHTIR OAKWOODi by SONs energetic and dependable. CITA JOB FINING 473-7628 Units
cord or smaller quantities. $3 to $* per hour Recreation leader. All applicants I Storage

Phone 431-1072 or depending on experience.' must be: I'rod-i Wilderness $7.011 per mo & up
431-1235. 2tpd 12/4 12/11. Some flooring. Phone ford Cty. resident' ; 2))
BRIGGSSTRATTONLAWNMOW91e 496-3299. Itcha 12/4. Unemployed 19 out of last Log Homes. I FILL e LIMEROCK | '473-2735

14 hp with TEXAS RJFINMY' CORP.I offers 20 weeks 3) Meet An adventure Into rustic MOBILE HOME eVWVWt*.
48" blade. Phone 4311090attar plenty of money plus economic guideline for elegance. We make i
7pm. TFN 11/27. cash I bonuses.fringe CETA. Contact! Flo. State Home dme-o reality.ReelterAirrherfied Log. DOZER WORK I INSURANCE'HOMEOWNERS Well
FIRIWOODt $33 a pickup benefits to mature Individual Employment Service 209 Jon"
truckload for oak and$40 a 'In lake Butler' West Call St.. Starke. Fla. M.Stonflat Tank Installations
pickup truckload for pine, area. Regardless of ex 32091. 964-8092. Itchg Dealer. Septic POLICIESAT Drilling
Tree service and yard perience write 'A.M. 12/4. l.tN.7114ta1-7124IH r-
work. Call Thomas Nettle .3......- ''Pros., Texas LADY NEEDED to help out In AIM W.........Associate. REASONABLERATESHome.Safes:! 16"

496-3738 anytime. 11/27 Refinery Corp..' Box 711. small .....,...... Must enjoy| 948223Asseclete CALL: C flRDlN] OROS .. Fast Rotary
TFM. ,Fort Worth. Texas 76101 travelling light duties. Michael L Mona. I Olin's mobile Drilling Equipment2P.ILLICENSED

FURNITURI FOR SALIi bunk Itchg 124.uRoaNnv Call 782-3991. Itchg! 12/4. .
bad mattresses w/sprlngv MUD DtPINDABll WOMINi MAD MONEY at'homo. 1-2""". 964-6750 ._ ._

$30. dresser$50 waterbeti PIRSONi who can 9 easy plans. HomeeloN*Acreage, Steve' Carain: Owner .'IfEI QUOTES
$123. wood sofa "$SO. double .work without superh/lson Details free stomp ap tow; FlorMn 'Phone fl64-S606' ----PumpnNew ._
'
bed $SO. twin bed $40. for Texas; OH company In preciated. Route 1, Bon
bedroomsuite $15O color Lake Butler area.Wo train. 132-V. Melrose.Fla.32666. Cltlnt M. Olin Agent a Used
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T.V. $150. frost.'Jree-- Write W... Dick Pros. 12/4 2tpclI2l11. Open Sat& Sun 1-51! LakeviowTwo SalesPartsServicePlumbing,
Petroelum SALES
refrigerator $123 gas .Southwestern IABV TELEPHONE I
stove$95. double Simmons Box 789. Ft. Worth Tic. from our office. Temporary Brand New Brick Homes SOLID SALESOPPORTUNITY I e.z Terms
beauty rest mattress $30 76101 Itchg 12/4. days or evenings I
Phone 732-7941. ',Provloenco. $180 FIR WHKl part-time at available. Salary plus I;

Itpd 12/4.: home. Webster. America'sforemost bon.... Call Mr. Lawrence, .xlstt In the Stork '
dictionary company at 964-9984 after Dec. 7. National Company M! ,. .
needs home workers 12/4 2tchg 12/11. ara. New Installation
... FOR RENT to update local mailinglists. MATURI OUMR WOMAN to ll'/i %' Financing needs a Sales

All ages emperlemounnocoessary. operate .restaurant with Available, for Monog... Sales and Remodeling Repair
I BEDROOM HOUSIt fur. ; Call small bar. Experiencepreferred. 43,000 back
'
.nlihod air-conditioned 1-714-B45-M70 [mt. 1590. Apply. ., In per Limited Time Only recruiting; P-Ytt. : f
$ISS per month.' phone I tpd 12/4. son. Underwood Motel. US U Zr I ground pr.f.rr.d.but ...

_2105. Itchg 12/4. 301 North. Storke. will consider self-
IMDKOOM MOULf HOMIl WANTED .....7184. Itchfl 12/4. :starter whom w > can PUMP.
one ...... I/S ooro .... NokMe .. &
lie pets klehwey IfBreeker OPPORTURRipKAM ttaX train, Mint be willing .
........ Wer.tliliB WANTED FOR CLASS 6* -41RIUNIONt to WorW 'and learn'all SLIPPLY'COMPANY
'
">irteMi SnvletMn. phone Sara Otto- rertect tor.new fomIllf.of retirees). :41-4111. 2 Bath with,crZ. hoof/41r.:::decorator. 'araB [ofbu "r ,. '.

_UN. Itdig III'". .. Information on her INCOM8 Af HOMI. wallpaper and wall to wall carpeting garage and whereekoute.:. Hilda 254 and self-addressed. .... or 14. .'

I screen BEDROOM front TRAUBl.wllfl porch.:. On Mallard 496-291: 11 or Jackie envelope con Jshow yaw NIP port ownership" lit ywrterfront. lot on." 1Iodf"l Ir..r.! Lok. ,... j\r.Io .....I. .-, .!,.,. ".. lomale may' ;641y.. t:' '8134'N.0
acre lot, water furnfA44Now Cunnlngqork" ," &2fOl iItchfl how. Smith Enterprises: 'J .. .it'v'Ci .0 This IB NOT In- !

Worthington Springs- 2td g'H/27 124.ntAhmo 11-1. P.O. Bon 934 Sam Stevenson Construction Co.. Inc. ; and Temple Ave.
$100 per 'month.: fhonn, TO.\IMNTl Body. Met....). Florida 32088. Designers & Builder of Custom Homes r uroncs.1 $ I .

496-3907.TFN 14/4.;" bed high chair-end. play 11/27 4tchg 12/18. Stark Fla. Resume to: P.O. Box I ...... Starker Fla,-"
8 ROOM HOUMl portfy Iwnlehed. -, torfwo weeks' througnthoMilUUoUeJ ., __,91045096-.. 3042.; 'LClk*-Crt ; TIT -
fenced Ihjortl., PtiVnJ to Keystona, *its. : I l 33055. 1 96-4-7081.j
496-3334. I 12/4.
Phone 496-3956.,'.P'f.JP4.-: Itpd-. --





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;i\ Briefs o Sunday 12-6'"



t Sarah Smith Prince of Starke was c nis :

Running Red Light not injured but damage to the 1977

'.: Causes 3-Car Crash Pontiac was estimated station wagon at$75.she was driving .

A Green Cove Springs man was Gloria B. King of Starke was not injured c
charged with running a redlight after but damage to the 1974 Dodge ,_
his car was involved with two other station wagon she was driving was ,.
vehicles In an accident at the intersection estimated at $300. Uta Brito t ,
of US-301 and Call Street at The Pontiac was parked. The dodge P,
11:35: a.m. Nov. 28, Starke. backed out of a parking space and ,,,'
Jimmy L. Robinson, 18, of Green struck the Pontiac in the right rear, outline colored 'tJI1
Put on picture Insert glow
the Starke Police ,
Cove Springs was not injured but according to 4 "
damage to the 1978 Honda sedan he Department. 4
and
i was driving was estimated $1,600.. No citations were Issued by Lt. M.L. pegs watch them light up. Create I.jClJe

Dave Bradley, 23, of Starke was not Sibley after an investigation of the '' e/,
beautiful/ pictures with 110120'volt.. .
light 6ctrorJo
injured but damage to a 1971 Ford mishap. r lJtertz
'. sedan he was driving was estimated cl
Ages 4- Adult. Reg. 11.99 Show
',..' at $2,000. dl Of Q
Louise Edwards Bell 66, of Starkewas Car-Truck CrashAt yrs. 8o
I' not injured but damage to the LB IntersectionA F1.. q, :
1979 Chevrolet truck she was driving 988 l' -39,86
; was estimated at$75. car went through a stop sign and I
I. The truck was westbound on Call was struck by a pickup truck Sunday '
Street waiting to make a left turn. The Nov. 30,at 2:30: p.m. at the busy Intersection 2f'.
and SR-100, .2 of a
ford car was eastbound on Call Street. of SR-121
t The Honda car was northbound on mile east of Lake Butler. MJri BIb hI
US-301 and disregarded a traffic Johanna Hassler Byrd 42, of
signal. The Honda struck the Ford in Gainesville was not injured but
1 the right side which then struck the damage to the 1973 Lincoln sedan that Crocker
Actually cooks using Betty
Chevrolet truck in the left front, according she was driving was estimated at

to the Starke Police Depart $1,500. "Easy Bake" refills and 100 watt light
ment. Mark Thomas Smith 32,of Daytona
Patrolman Eston G. Mosher cited Beach was not injured in the mishapbut
Robinson for running a red light and damage to the 1973 Ford pickup .bulbs. 120 volt w/3 mixes.
cited Bradley for no tag and violation truck he was driving was estimated at

1, of drivers license restrictions. 1500. *21.95
south Reg. limited Quantifies#
The car was heading on _
SR-121. The pickup truck was heading .
Station Wagons west on SR-100. The car ran the stop $1697 "". Sorry No RainChecks
Rub Rear EndsOne sign at the Intersection of SR-121 and
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SR-100. The pickup truck struck the
station wagon backed into car In the left side with its' front.
another at the Starke Plaza Shopping Trooper T.C. Pace cited Byrd for
Center in Starke at 6:30: p.m. Tuesday violation of right of way entering a

Nov. 25. through highway.. 't.& .

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I The Bradford FFA'er of the week is FFA Sub-District Contest \ "
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Mark Williams. Mark has been a Friday Dec.
The Sub-District Contest consists of ,
I member of the FFA for the past 4 ,\
five events. follows
They are as :
years, is a senior In high school and
J has been very active in the FFA. 1. Parliamentary Procedure 8 \
members; 2. Public Speaking 1 ulball i
Some of the activities Mark has par
member 3. Tractor
; Driving 1
: in the
ticipated are forestry contest
member 4. Farm
; Management 4
;: Procedure sub-district, contest and Farm of Parliamentary Management members.The members.; 5. Ag. Mechanics 4 Hand held electronic controlledby Q

I : Test.
teams participating are: Brad Entex. controlled
Mark Is now the presiding Sub- computer
: ford, Lake Butler Jr. &: Sr., and Lake
.: District Chairman and has filled 1
City Jr. & Sr.PARLIAMENTARY.
': proficiency award In Home and Farm PRO. LED. lights\ and sounds, shows
Improvement. Some of his accomplishments
CEDIRE Is a contest whereby 6 4
I are: received the
Slate Farmer degree; has been the members illustrate different pro- both team scores. o.
cedures of carrying out a meeting by #
chairman of activities including 0
I' the Jax.many Fair exhibit Roberts Rules of Order. Members of a Reg. 32.99'
team are placed In a meeting situa-
Homecoming float and Thanksgiving
tion and certain situationsto ,-
are given
I basket received places: and
; many
solve
law.
awards in the contests he has been in, by Parliamentary $27'88
including 1st place in parliamentary PUBLIC SPEAKING memberof Sleefrorfc
( each must different Compr Bering
procedure at sub-district a 2nd place chapter from speak on a
subject 6 to 8 minutes.
at District and 2nd and 3rd places in

I Tree horticulture identification demonstration.in forestry and delivery The speaker and is the judged ability on to content answer Complete automatic scoring system with digital readouts,

I Mark has showed superior leadership questions. a.

and In being treasurer in 11th grade TRACTOR each chapter DRIVING-show his or hers memberof abili- QuartzMirror flashing lights and sounds. Reg. '54.99 '
the presiding sub-district chair
ty to back tractor and trailer
a
I man. He also has attended the State Clock:
through a course in the least time and
Convention and the Regional leader
they must have knowledge about tractors
school.
ship 88
t and maintenance.AG .
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Mark lives on 10 acres in Lawtey
MANAGEMENT AND Battery operated. Perclsion
with his where he has 1
parents a Simon
i MECHANICS TEST- Four membersof Says '"
acre garden annually. He also tends .
each chapter will take this test to movemEl1t. -..
to 5 pigs 1 cow and 1 calf. During the
show how much know about the
.c season, he works at the pecan auc they $
subject. They are graded and the 2911
tion. chapter with the highest number of Reg. *39.99 A computer controlled game, think fast!

I points is the winner. 1;tYYtldsk. IM/M/ .k

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