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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 11, 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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don't approve of it," veteran ment in 1972,and after that the clerk's
Starke City Clerk Merrill Edwardstold position should have been appointed. 1
the Telegraph about the proposalto
change the position of clerk from Starke. voters In' September 1972 I
elected to appointed. voted to eliminate the office of mayorby
a vote 865-517, thus clearing the
"This Is the people's right," Ed- way for the mayor-commissioner
wards says. "I have been in office 21 form of government. ''
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years and if the people wanted to, The primary function of the mayor 'I
they could have gotten rid of me. down through the years was to be ,

"Why sh uldn't have a voiceIn municipal judge. The'voters of I I
the selection of City Clerk," Edwards Florida in March of 1972 approved a
asks.Edwards revision to the judicial system approving -
what is known as Article
-j< t pointed out that since 1900< Five.
MVir.f the Town of Starke has had three city This new amendment to the Florida
!4ea to ; clerks Carl Johns, Charley Futch Constitution gave municipalities suchas

r jt4w1 9r W'': and- himself. Starke a chance to phase out the

4 '"I wouldn't stay 22 more years for municipal judges and place the
aaYn/atrxlixil.M.xwrMr.wt ; ? ,, 5ylwi 'TM k 41I $50,000 a year," Edwards says.MayorCommissioner jurisdiction under the county judge
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1 l ksl Charley As far as Starke was concerned this
? Schaefer has instructed City Attorney left the Mayor with no function and
George Pierce to seek a legal determination the ..recommendation made by
r i of whether the city clerk's both City Attorney George Pierce and
position Is appointed or an elected then Mayor Carl Hurst to eliminatethe
i .'r Slkilrtr%, .1131M +Yr IY1 mti! clerk under the present city charter. position of MayorMunicipalJudge
and swing over to the Mayor-
Here Comes Santa: Clans.., .. Pierce is expected to file a suit in Commissioner form of government.This .

This Santa Claus came to town In Bradford County style. There were several Joy Mains leads the hone. KldhirwHh Santa are John King, left and Laura Bradford County Circuit Court to seeka step the voters approved in a
Santas In the Christmas parade Saturday, the real Santa's helpers of course., Crawford. y + and clarify some things that are In the i''
charter. '
Twice voters of Starke have been RatherI I
.asked whether they want an appointed .

., ;. Chtisimcis Parade, ..*Gala flappers t -.:jin v .> ... ,.. .. of elected clerk. Both times .or i "', '" # i
the measure was defeated. In 1967 the
.,..... proposal was defeated 924 to 242. In '60Minutes'Film

Santa Claus and friends paraded St. Edwards Catholic Church won were "fantastic." It I gets better ever Wolf C.B., Bradford Commandery 43 1973, the last time Edwards had any
I through the streets of Starke last' first place In float competition, basedon year and the people are the' most Knight Templates D.A.V., Starke opposition the measure was voted
and bunch one would Elementary Girl Scouts, Church of down 995 to 477.
Saturday morning, Dec.6, officially originality artistry appearance cooperative any
kicking off the 19BO Christmas shopp- for its float decorated witha ever want to work with, Wilson says. God, Starke Nursing Home, Rosier at UCI
ing season, distributing candy to the enormous donkey made out of Entries the parade were: T.G.Y. Nursery go-cart, Thomas Auto Parts, WhenSchaeCer asked Pierce to seek
kiddies, and treating children of all thousands of napkins. St.Edwards Suzuki, Shrine Club of Starke, GirlScouts Cub Scout Pack 73, Hampton Float, the declaratory judgement other
ages to a gala spectacleIt won a $50 cash prize. American Legion, Bradford Hampton Fire Truck Lawtey .4-H members of the commission remained Dan Rather heir apparent to
was one of the largest crowds Bradford High School Art Club float High School Band, Soulette (dancing Club, Medi-Van, Lawtey Fire Dept., silent when he asked if they had Walter Cronkite as anchor man of the
ever for ''a' Starke parade, one took second place honors and $35 group of Palatka), Airpack Baptist Lawtey Correctional Fire Dept. any objection. CBS nightly news, visited Union Cor-
policeman remarked. cash. Church, Bradford Riding Club, Beta R.O.T.C. High School Color Guairaand Commission members contend that rectional Institution this past week to
Children of all ages were over- Third place and $15 'cash was Sigma Phi, Bradford High School Art marching band Band Parents of since the city operates under a film a segment for the award-winning
whelmed at more than 43 entries from received by Thomas Auto Parts. Class Wendy's, Keystone Cops B.H.S. Band Boosters Truck, Hampton mayor-commissioner form of govern- "60 Minutes" news program.
floats, Shriners, to prancing horses. This gala event was sponsored by (Keystone Shrine Club), Starke Fire Brownie Troop 101 Middle School ment the city clerk should be ap Rather interviewed a number of in-
Hundreds lined the streets Starke the Starke-Bradford County Chamberof Department Cub Scout Troop 673 Band Heilbron Springs Fire Dept, pointed. They contend that clerk Ed- mates and correctional officers on the
to view the procession which Included Commerce. Bill Wilson, Chamber Boy Scout,'Troop 673, St.Edwards George Ricks-golf cart-3 wheel Honda wards should have served out his current activities at UCI, according to Vernon
participants of several churches, executive, praised all the parade par- Catholic Church/ Concerned Cltzens and float, and Bradford County Fire term when the city went to the Bradford, public information officerfor
local clubs and school oranlzations. ticipants and said each of the entries for Correctional\ Officers, 'Timberthe Dept. mayor-commissioner form of govern- the Department of Corrections.CBS .

sent an advance man and
camera crew to the prison Tuesday,


Hampton Must Move Fast to Avoid Federal, .Marshal, FBI Dec.prison.Rather 2,when The to line'he interviews arrived up interviews later took at place the for

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The Hampton city council has presented the council at its monthly bill for the surplus property had refrigerator if he leaves the employ discussion, without accuse 4,"according 60 Minutes"to Bradford.likes to visit the
agreed to pay a $124.50 bill to the U.S. meeting Tuesday, Dec. 9. been paid about 12 to 18 months ago ment of the City of Hampton. anybody, stated he had been in the United States to
General Services Department for City Attorney J.J. Wolbert told but the General Services people had Curtis explained base station and of being senile and drunk. remind prison systems the the still
surplus property purchased by city council they needed to pay the bill not given the City of Hampton credit some radios were in service with the The clerk also told council duringthe in existence public, Bradford prisons said are Rather
officials according to information after he told them the bill was valid for the property being paid for. Hampton Volunteer Fire Depart discussion that he has logged 446 told him. .

and needed to be paid. "This will get He stated that council on several occasions ment.A miles in the two months since he has ( Editor's Note:, Efforts by The
back In the of motion was made by Councilwoman been in office on legitimate city
us position we pay.our in recent months had Instructed -, Telegraph to gain admission to UCI to
bills" Wolbert said. Clerk Wadsworth, since he Jane Hall passed 5-0 for the business. But he stated council has "
Rather and 60 Minutes"during
SbrGJoum (Crier The debt involves equipment purchased took office at the beginning of Oc- city clerk to pay the 124.50 bill to refused to reimburse him for photograph the filming were futile. The

by city officials that includes 4 tober, to pay the bill again. Surplus Property. mileage. Telegraph was told Thursday Dec.4,
chairs, a stove and refrigerator 4 Curtis stated the four tents and
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Harold Rush Complains that UCI officials were in a conference -
tents and 4 parachutes, an air compressor parachutes are at the Solar Energy 'Marshal's Pay Check and that Bradford, the public
and some radios that are us- Plant In Hampton. He explained Don- Again An Issue Hampton resident Harold Rush Information officer, would be the one
ed at the Hampton Fire Station. nie Lott, son of Hampton Mayor Hank brought!! to the attention of council to give permission to reporters from
Lott Is at that and For the second time Phillips had that it had agreed to credit his water
17r/rerrsb City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth Told employed plant the paper to enter the prison. The
council he had received a letter and needed the tents and parachutes- some difficulty getting his pay check bill account $30.30, because he had a newspaper was told that Bradford i
also had a phone call from Bill cover some materials. $20 was given from Wadsworth. Phillips Tuesday, burnt out water meter. Council voted was assisting in the filming and efforts
the for the Curtis told Dec. 9, went out of town on personal unanimously to credit Rush's account
Causey manager of the surplus property city property. business and asked back-up police officer to get in touch with Bradford
plant In Starke, and that the bill the Telegraph he personally paid $30a $30.30. were unsuccessful.)
Clarke his
,, had to be paid immediately, and that, 'second time for the tents and Steve to pick up He complained that his account was
; I check. Wadsworth refused to give
.; I since the property did not go to the CI- parachutes. also being billed for more water thanis
.. ty of Hampton, I if the bill wasn't paid Curtis told the Telegraph that when'' Clarke his bosses' pay check and told being used. "You are charging my
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him that he would it to the
give mar-
_.' surplus property would turn the information Mayor'Lott opened Lett's Country account 1,000 more gallons than you BUS Band
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the council "
shall at meeting.
should. Rush said. Rush also objected
over to the Federal U.S. Marshal 'Corner Grocery Store more than a -
;{ and also to the F.B.I. year ago that the air compressor was Phillips' wife, Elna also called to Wadsworth showing he and
MONDAY, DECEMBER M placed in the store. Curtis pointed out Wadsworth 'about picking up' the his wife other people's water bills.
BRADFORD SCHOOL Wolbert pointed out private Individuals that Lott donates ice for the recrea- check, but was told the check wouldbe Rush stated the other. bills! were none 'Rated
BOARD MEETING are not authorized to purchase tion programs of the/ City of Hampton given Phillips at the council of their business. SuperiorNovember
7i30p.m. items from surplus property.He when that department need It. meeting. Rush and his wife objected to the
...' 1 t'( * recommended that after the bill Last month Wadsworth refused to language the clerk used about several IS at 2:00: p.m. the Brad- <|
; ''f' '" IBCHOS..ITAL has been paid Hampton Marshall Curtis stated that one stove and give Phillips his pay check stating he i councilmen. Mrs. Rush pointed out ford High School Band received a
"-t ,: BOARD M.oting-.t)0 Fred Phillips, Sr. needs to find put. refrigerator is In City Hall and the was told| by two council members Wadsworth called Curtis an SOB. Superior for the thirteenth con-
'"1 where the property is. other one la in the house of Marshall Phillips was not to be paid until he Wadsworth denied calling any of the secutive year, at the Florida District
'1..". T11E1DAY12ECEMOM16STARKE Chairman\ Ted Curtis Sr:,;;told the .Phillips. explained that Phillips'has paid his water bill and a personal council members SOB'S.At 4 Marching Band Contest held at
Telegraph Wednesday Dec. 10, that agreed to return the stove and. phone bill. this point Wolbert told council Florida Field in Gainesville. .
Mettlng-7tOO COUNCIL Both Curtis and Council member they were diverting a lot from city This/ year's marching band. under.
...* *p.m. .. Chuck Rowland denied at last mon- business. the direction of Mike Woodfin and;''
th's meeting that they had ever instructed assistant directors Jim Peronto and
"i i'> BRADFORD Special' Meetin7:30 CO. COMMIS.' Early Deadlines for Christmas EditionTelegraph Wadsworth to not pay Back-Up Policeman Jimmy Brownlee, did a fine performance .

Phillips. including selections "Off The
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.l 11. 22-2' "80I' The Telegraph's Dec. :23 edition'will staff 'to get everything in A heated discussion developed bet Approval l was given by the Hamp-. Line". "Cumana"" and the theme
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I'' > INSPECTION STATION .'be published Monday, Dec. 22, to give .the Monday paper, ween Phillips and Wadsworth.Mrs. ton City Council at its monthly from the movie "Ice Castles".
JT X r(' December will b4 closed advertisers over two full days of exposure Any news items or advertisements .Phillips. accused Wadsworth of meeting Oct. 14,to hire Steve Clark as The band was highly rated on their
'M-J4 before Christmas and to give that can be turned In next Thursday being rude and ignorant when she a backup) police officer to Marshall playing ability. This year's band
J! 1ft. Telegraph' employees time off for and Friday Dec. 18 and 19, will greatly called him, about her husband's Fred Phillips, Sr. sporting new' uniforms, marched a;;
Christmas with! their families. assist; In publishing'a Mondaypa check. Clark was given (he oath of office In "Drum Corps" style show which Is'
glt'fRlp7 .....he.arly publication 'date wilt/ r. Wadsworth pointed out the phone an ad-lib ceremony by City Attorney more difficult to learn but' Is much
q IRIGII..,.., ,: .T necessitate different deadlines ',for' Correspondents are a.ked."to turn bill amounted to 1109( and that Phillips J.J. Wolbert after the oath book could more interesting visually, The"Corps"style
'I 1,; ((904)) 783-W3I news and advertising: ,part of their copy In Thursday or Fri- bas made no effort to contact him not be located. also uses the flag corps,
h .HOMI1 e LOTS ACRIAOf' day or Saturday,*then turn In last about whether the calls on the police Clark was hired as"CETA Police Officer extensively and. incorporates rifles
", AUTHOIIZID DIALER Deadline' (for classified advertising.will minute additions Sunday,Anyone finding phone were personal I or city business. with the City of Hampton being and other, props.
: be noon Saturday,'Dec 20.Deadline' the newspaper office closed over Phillips replied "It's up to you to reimbursed by the state fur his salary January 16 the band is sponsoring*'
J.vd the weekend is asked to 'elide, the contact me.'* and $400 fur his uniforms and, equip The Jerry Clower Show In the Brad;"
11: J'iz e4g for display advertisingwill \ material under the door. ment. He is to be paid $4 an hour ford High School Auditorium, at 8:00:
," Home$ I also be noon Saturday. Dec; :20. The:.Tl'.graph ,will be open for Phillips pointed out he. paid a $23. Chairman Ted Curtis, Sr. announce p.m. Tickets are already on sale at
Deadline for 'news' articles is noon business until noon Saturday Dec. 20. water bill. Wadsworlifc claims: that ed that Fred Phillips'Jr., had been TG4Y so get them while they last. All

Hwy 301' N. P.O. Box I2M..towtcy Sunday Dec. :&1.. However. If The newspaper office will close at Phillips still owes 582.%on past water selected fire chief by the members of proceeds to paying the remaining
n everything IB turned In at the last noon Dec. 23 and reopen for regular, blllS. k the Hampton Volunteer Fire Depart-; 1 bill for band uniforms and help on the
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Cooperative Board' rp T.rustees'! r S' Offices up for grabs this year are the currant Ming.that commercial Water problems still Brookerwith the 1 1'I ; ,y
acknowledging receipt tot the town's!, council seats 3.4.and S presently held buildings weuM" receive an Insurance almost completed system In the hungry 'clothing the
franchise agreement has been; receive ,by C.J. Stafnaiier Steve Nipper, andJ. reduction!of:.bout 16 percent and and with several surfacing at the meet Ing. naked Feeding befriending' stranger ,and
ed, City, Attorney Jesse Wolbert ; C. Harrell. Also up for the chasing frame residences would receive 10 Several areas of the city have been 1 distressed are
to- the
reported Tuesday, .Dec. 9i,, to'<;the tare the positions of Town'U'8hal.and. percent drop. Pierce also said that if cut-off from the system Hue. ,to the Installation s'sAr bringing nationwide hope'functions of the Salvation
Brooker city council. ''City Clerk which are,firesenthrt'oc'cupled the department was to get a rating of of lire hydrants. One home t
Wolbert stated to the council that he- by Jerry Miller nd<1 .'l6da 8, that the savings would be even pet' was reported to have been mistakenly Army The annual Christmas Kettle Drivel

is sure that Clay Electric: will pay,tbei(, Robinson )>; :ter removed from the system, but would l being sponsored here by the Army's
city from February when the agreement -" "The/ ,City has neithertegMlbr, Pierce told the council the retain requirement reconnected as soon as possible. > local service), unit. The local drive
was supposed to have become' moral obligation to extend watt ri lines' fodjthe 8 rating js'a fire: Closing out the, meeting was the Dec Wand will continue Dec.
began
effective. outside the municipal 'limits.",'said fighting apparatus capable of pumpIng traditional payment of the bills which
12-13 and Dec. 19-20. ,
In citing a recent court case! concerning Wolbert about plans for running linen{i I' 250 gallons''' water minute for isaw the council approve Partial Pay- Volunteer from Starke' civic
Seminole County and Southern approximately 1,500 feet to a pasture i\ Ii a total of two i!hours. per chief said ment 5 to the Mechanical and hospital, school and
Jake Keene told the council that he ''i that. ,Chemical Equipment Contractors for organizations '
Bell, Wolbert said that the county had < theEquipment on hand was (: church are assisting the local
won with the utility payingup."I had tried to have a well drilled bilk did; .. Capable of doing this, 84 percent completion of. the water service group unit in Its annual drive.
believe that it will be resolved not have any luck, with the well only' ', Clerk Linda JWMnsoni Informed the ,system. The bill was for a total of With the cooperation of local merchants
amicably next ,.week" said the giving water that was full of sand council that tM(police,car had recently $9,237.24.: Kettle Drive stations arelocatd
atorney about the agreement and his Keene agreed with the council that he I been broken.Into and both the city's Also approved for payment was a ;; at Food Fair,
scheduled meeting with the general would bear all the costs of having the shotgun, and Jerry.Miner's, personal request from. the bond, council for Winn-plxie and TOY! Stores:
installed the of had ,beeii.. Bell I Ringer.,. Carol Mllner Is one Plggly-Wlggly
counsel for Clay Electric. lines including gaining shotgun stolen out of it.J $7JS.88.:: "Sharing caring and giving Is living
easement the Robinson said that- 'I local bell ringer lor the Salvation Army's
Saying that several individuals had a utility through property the Insurance chair-
Southside Starke. 'Lawtey Rev. Ben Bryant,
says
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local Kettle Drive.
called him concerning the up-coming of Jack Hazen policy would not cover the loss. When of the local service unit. ,
qualifying for the City elections Wolbert also suggested that the ,asked how much It would cost to get I?, Hampton, Brooker Elemen- man
Wolbert volunteered to take the council contact engineer Jerome Insurance to cover this kind of oc- :. tary and Bradford Middle
necessary paperwork In his office in Kelley to make sure that the new line curence, said ''There is a policy you Schools:
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met all appropriate specifications for can buy but several ----- -- -
Starke and forward it to the Brooker you can buy / guns
clerk If the canidates were unable to the water system. for what you would have to pay for Wednesday Dec.. in Pizza: Hamburgers -
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School Lunch' Menus
get to the city hall during office hours Stating that the City of Brooker it.' French fries,'milkshakes
City Clerk Linda Robinson stated could now qualify for a lower fire In- "It looks like that we're Just going and onion rings.
surance rating was volunteer fire to have to eat It,",'said councilman ', baked Thursday. Dec. 181 Cheeseburgers,
that qualifying for the upcoming election Monday, Dec. IS? Chicken rice, 'Thursday, Dec. IS: Corndogs,
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was to take place December923. chief George Pierce. He said that Gene. Melvin as the' council could see green beans, cabbage slaw applesauce beans French fries, applesauce, hamburgers" French fries,
She stated that the normal operating ,, r biscuits and milk. peanut butter cookie, and milk. milkshakes.
hours of the City Hall is Monday, Fri \ Tuesday. Dec. 1C:' Chili, crackers, Friday, Dec. ID: Turkey w/dressing, Friday Dec. 19: Pizza, hamburgers
day and Saturday mornings B a.m. Business Law Offered at SFCC, garden salad pineapple tidbits, English peas, cranberry sauce, French:! fries milkshakes.
until I noon. Robinson said in order to cinnamon swirl bread, and milk.Wt"dnt"sday. ambrosia, Christmas cake, hot
handle any late comers, the City Hall Dee.-" 17 Fish portions, rolls,and milk. '
for the Winter Term is Religion in America Introduction to
would be open Tuesday morning, Registration the Humanities cheese grits turnip greens, fruit o AL-A-CARTE
continuing this week at the Starke Introduction to Child 1DENA
of Santa Fe Community Col- Development, Music Appreciation cup, cornbread, and milk. -
Center Baked Monday, Dee 15: Hamburgers, pizza
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Thursday, Dec. 18: turkey. I
lege at Bradford High School. Introduction to Literature, Social French fries, milkshakes
FFA News Among 'the varied offerings Is a Sciences, Fundamentals of Physical w/giblet gravy, dressing: or mashed broccoli -' Tuesday Dec. 18: Hamburgers.
Wednesday night course in Business Science General Biology with Lab potatoes, green peas or Onion Rings, pizza, French fries,
ambrosia
The Bradford FFA Chapter hosted Law, a study of the fundamental law Marriage and Family, Modern WorltiHistory cranberry sauce; milkshakes.
the annual sub-district contest at the relating to business transactions, con- Principles of Economics hot rolls and milk
Bradford Civil Defense Building at tracts, and negotiable Instruments.This There is still time for new studentsto Friday. Dec. 19; Managers- Choice .
the fairgrounds Friday, Dec. 5. course as with all SFCC Starke apply for the Winter Term which Day Pd. Pol Adv,
Bradford was host to Lake City Jr. courses may be taken for credit or runs from January 5 through April 17. Bradford High School Thank YouTo
and Sr. and Lake Butler Jr. and Sr. audited for noncredit.All The SFCC Starke Office is open dai- REGULAR
High Schools. Of the five contests, the of the Starke courses are offeredat ly from 8 a,m. to 4 p.m. There will be :.Monday. Dec. IS: Chopped beefsteak,
results of three are In, but the other night with the exception of a an evening registration session next mashed potatoes beans, All Residents for ElectingEmmett
two must be sent to Tallahassee to be Humanities course in the Major Wednesday, Dec. 17, from 6-8 p.m. peach half, peanut butter cookie. t. .Ys, ',
graded. Religions of the Twentieth Century Students may register here for all hot rolla, and milk.
The results are: which will be held on Monday and Santa Fe classes Including those at Tuesday. Dec. II: Baby lima beans on Bright, Jr.to .
Public Speaking Wednesday mornings from 10:30 a.m. the main campus in Gainesville buttered rice, spiced luncheon
1. Bradford Lori Allen to 11:45: am. For more Information, phone Dr. meat, garden salad, mixed fruit, Council '
(Leadership). Bernard McFadden or Cathy Hicks at hot rolls, butterscotch squares, hot Luwtey City : .0
2. Lake Butler Sr. High Other courses offered include: 9645382. biscuits, and milk. "
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3. Lake Butler Jr. High Wednesday Dec. IT Sausage, rice / promise to repay 'all the voters confidence In me.
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w/tomato gravy, turnip greens
Parliamentary Team Procrdare. Lawtey School News cornbread pear half, and milk.:

1. Bradford Randy Merritt, Bruce I
Rehberg, Mark Williams, Randy Har-
Todd Davy
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and Lawtey ElementarySchool Norman and Melissa
ris Guy Wayne Parrish. I
Starling for the
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2. Lake Butler Sr High.
DECEMBER STORe HOURS
3. Lake Butler Jr. High. .Golden's First Grade Roll. We're all proud of you. Keep up ESTABLISHED 1904
Congratulations to these first the good work. eaoexlr? Thi

Tractor Driving graders for making straight A's the S 30.6,00 Ftkley
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2. Lake Butler Sr High bour Bridgett Holder, Glenn Taylor, The following students made the 8 30 SsiurlycN'
3. Bradford Rodney Jackson. Stephen Tomasovltch. Congratulations A/B Honor Roll the 2nd six: weeks: i
The FFA would like to thank the to the first graders for making Mark Shuford Edna Austin, Kim
following for judging the contest: the A/B Honor Roll for the 2nd six Johnson, Dana Norman, Jim Starling
Warren Carver, Jimmy Alvarez, weeks of school: Dale Arnold Car- and Jason Pilcher. They were gradedon
Lowell Parrish, Bobby Taylor, trlssa Diggs Shauntel Houston, Ricky reading, spelling, English, hand-
George Grant and David B. Smith.r Jackson, Lamont Mosley, Anna Ran- writing, social studies, science! math,
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work) A/B Honor Roll: Steven Strickland, Tammy Jo Tatum, Denise
Hardee, Latain Johnson and Glenda Waddell and Rico Williams.

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A 18-year-old'HamptCNI girl l.Sandra Donald W. Brown o/Jumpton' was headed south on\ .US-301 and the
Sue Underwood. was killed\ and the driving the car south oit US-301 when vehicles collided. ItA
18-year-old driver of the car it pulled into the left lane as If to turn Trooper R.B.'Wilson of the Florida
I hospitalized with Injuries when It collided left onto SR-18 toward Hampton But Highway Patrol cited; Robert Fields 1,
with a semi-truck Friday night. tho car turned right going back driver of the semi-truck for improper
Dec.. S, at the Intersection ,of SR-18 across US-301 and into the path of the driving. Charges are pending .
and US-301 south of :
Stark on-coming tractor-trailer rig, also against Brown. according to the FHP.


I Ie .. .. .. .e .. Starke Elementary School .. ee .e .e ..
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There will be a P'tA'mHting' on Carroll. Evette Covington, Jamie Gray, Doug Rehberg, Rachel Allen, '
Tuesday Dec. 18 at 7>30 p.m. The Bowen, Greg Thomas Patrick Rhonda Alvarez, Scott Binder ; ,
fifth grade classes will be! presentinga Marks, Felicia Aaron Chrystal Allen Shawna Blom. Richard LeNeave and, :
concert program during the Carla Ford Gayle Douglas, Noy Billy Starling. ..'
meeting. Please try to attend. Srivibul, Donna Wimberly and Bren- A/B Honor Roll for 2nd six weeks
da Scalf. are Shawna Blom,. Angela Davis,
Mrs.Tetstone's Kindergarten Congratulations' to Travis Long, .r. w
Happy birthday goes to NeKeay Ron Wishart and James Smith for Karen Hodges and Jull Jackson.
Chandler and Angle Mill making the A/B Honor Roll this six We would like to thank Mrs. II''
The classes are busily making weeks.Mrs. Shubert our librarian, for helping us ,r 4 /,\
Christmas stockings Our classroomsare .Patterson's Grade learn to use the encylclopedia. She t
decorated with the holiday spirit. Spelling Super Stars for the weeksof took time out of her busy schedule and .' ." .. \\11
We welcome back Barbara Jo December 1 and 8 are: Ryan we really appreciate It.. ; Young Candy Lover... ':"" .'1>, Iii
Rowe. She joined us on Dec. 9 from Moore, Selena Norman -Suzanne -
d Ms. Cindy Lawrence's kindergartenIn Sapp.Barbara Smith, ReneeThomas Mrs.McClelland's 5th Grade This Shriner makes sure children too young to chase candy ,'
Hampton. Matthew Watson, Ricky Whjtaker We are studying American History. (thrown for them don't get left out.Crystal Mobley who will be two-'
GriUls'Jenkins 2nd Grade Eric Nugent, Renee Hewett,. Mike As we leave the "old days" behind years-old on Christmas Eve, Is. with her parents Wayne and
Everyone was excited about seeing Jackson, Karen Morgan, Patricia and enter Into the 20th century, we Shirley Mobley.
the Christmas Parade on Saturday.Our Parado, Eric Redding, Harold had a contest. Using only the letters of
room is 'beginning to look a lot Chandler )Felecia Hankerson, Donna the word PIONEERS, how many 1
like Christmas." McKelvy Kevin Crawford, CorethaDaniels. smaller words could they make? The
Marona Henderson and Devin Angela Davis Karen key said at least 50 could: be made so Martin Murder Decision DueA
Wheeler celebrate birthdays this Hodges Jull Jackson Shawna Blom we took that as our goal. students
month. and Cindy Samons. who found at least 50 REAL words -- --
Mr.Muriel Gay'2nd Grade Super Stars for the week of Dec. 1 and turned their papers in on time Grand Jury's sealed decision was
John Dempsey and Emily. Lee are: Benjamin Hankerson Sarah received an award. These students submitted Monday Dec. 8,In the Jim Any Takers?...
made the B Honor Roll. Smith Terry Whitehead Valdez are: Sheila Green, Jimmy Underhill my The Martin first degree murder case. Keystone Kop Frank Salvonik passed out i
Miss Lynn Moxley's 3rd Grade DeSue, Marcia Brown, Chris Anfuso Shannon Binder Ray Nettles grand jury's decision on balloons to kids along parade route. The I
Super Star Spellers for tile week of Audra Brantley, Anita Moss Lisa Deborah Cowart, Lisa Mosley Richie whether or not Mrs. Ella Nora Keystone Kop even commandered a Starke
November 24 are: Chris Dinklns Adkins. Scott Binder, and Jeffery Barnes,Esther Martin,Sabrina Ford (Jackie) Martin will be indicted for police carwonder: II they gave it back?
Shane Greene Travis Long,Sam Nor- Tyson. For the week of December 8 Kim Crawford,, Chad Tennant, DavidThorpe the Nov. 22 murder of her husband,
ris, Ron Wishart John Loper, James are Dana Bowen, Ed Douglas Scott Tricia Jones, Robert Thorpe Jimmy Martin,will probably be opened
Smith 'Debra Browning, Carrie McCauley, Stacy Marshall Laurie Dale Cassels, Mark Marshall, March today (Thursday Dec. 18). When Bradford County Hospital where he Bradford-Union
Davis, Lawanda Tyson Demetrius Mobley, Alisa Young, Sharon Bush Searcy. Tina Wells, Alalna Manning, the sealed envelope Is opened the was pronounced dead-on-arrival. ac-
Bolton Jason Crawford Donnie Sharl Cain, Bryan demons. Kern Alonzo Tyson, and Shared Patel Congratulations Judge, the clerk and the state attorney cording to a report filed by Lt.Glen A. Realtors NewsThe
I Wade students! How about it must be present.; Moore of the Bradford County
I Francis,Adrian Mosley, Camp. Fillyaw Anita Jackson, Terricena Bradford-Union Boardof
bell, Russell Thomas, Kim Hampton Kitties Chris Noegel, Sarah parents. Could YOU find 50 words? Circuit Judge R.A (Buzzy) Green Sheriffs Department. County annual
will have the
Mitch Ask studentl currently works In Starke on Monday Mrs. Martin was arrested by the Realtors. Inc.
Angela Parrish, Regina Snell Mignon Woodard, Jimmy Langley, your of officers
and and installation
Thursday of each week, so the Sheriffs Department for the murderof banquet
decision will be announced when the her husband after a domestic argu- Friday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. at the .
three judicial figures can get together ment between the couple. Starke Golf County Club, Pres.
I SouthsideElementary School today. After being shot inside the house, Cecelia Terwillegar announced to- I I
4-00-00-46 ee. as HUH -._ Martin, an emergency medical Martin ran outside and collapsed just day.Realtor
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Southside students are working Mrs. Prevatt's class felt that they 1 pound diced cooked turkey Hospital in Starke, was shot in the leaning over the body and crying to those completing
hard Into their third six week's learned a lot about the Grandparents 1 can chicken noodle loop chest .22, at 10:30: a.m. when Lt Moore arrived. recently.It .
grading period. Report cards were'' r and are looking forward to their next 1 can favorite vegetable with a .38-calibre pistol. The fatal The bullet and pistol were Is requested that reservations be
sent home with the students on visit.Mrs. Look mom I can cook turkey soup! shooting occurred at a house just off recovered by sheriff's deputies. made by calling Lillian Pearson at
November 24 Brenda Stroud's filth grade First melt butter in a two quart pot. CR-lS about a mile east of Starke. Mrs. Martin is represented by 964-8878 or 964-5318 by Wednesday,
class has completed a Social Studies Then mix in turkey and heat for three Martin was taken by rescue: unit to Starke Attorney J.J. Wolbert. Dec. 17. All Realtors and Realtor-
Lowell Parrish .4-H coordinator' unit on the Civil War. The class drewa minutes. Now add the chicken noodle Associates are urged.to attend.
presented a program to the fourth wall mural to depict varlous Impor- soup and the vegetables. Heat the
graders on pet care. The children tant occurrences during that war.The soup over a low heat for ten minutes.
may participate in a 4-H program on Civil War mural was on display in the Finally, serve your soup carefullywith
Pet Care if they sign up. library. The class made turkeys for a hug and a kiss ,
The joint PTA and Christmas Program centerpieces on Thanksgiving Day. News from the P.E. department:
at Southside will be Thursday All students In Mrs. Stroud's class .Tuesday, Nov. 29, was the annual Vhtistma ift
evening, Dec. 11 at 7:30 in the SS must take their Weekly Papers home .Turkey Bowl game at Southside. The A
.1 cafeteria. The music program will for the parents to view and sign. Thisis third and fourth grade allstars joined
feature the chorus under the directionof to make sure that the parent sees forces to compete :against the fifth I I
Mrs. Sharon MacNellle with Mrs. the student's work. Mrs.Stroud would grade allstars In football. The teams s
Marjorie Thompson; accompanist. appreciate It if 'each parent would sit were led onto the field by their respec-
All parents, friends and family of the down with their child and help the stu- tive cheerleaders. Everyone in the I
students: are Invited. dent correct his/her errors This school was invited to eat popcorn and ,
There will be a basketball tourna- could be a rewarding experience for watch the game which, the fifth GUN RACK HEAVY DUTY HOl11ESHOPWORKSHOP /
ment in Hampton Dec. 12 from 9 a.m. the student and the parent. graders won 33-0. The half time show

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I STATEMENTS SAID UNFAIR

":E"\ ,D.rrT<.O'' ::"IR". ,rrlll' .:tI.. ,!''LS'" ; ,' l I TO IIEILBRONN VOLUNTEERSIn I

I : concerning response the to last readiness week's article and

preparedness of the fire departmentsin
: Bradford County:

I1\ Haig at State It was said that in case of a fire at
\1 Heilbronn Springs the Starke Depart-
ment could respond more efficiently
Would Bad Choice and be on the scene more quickly than
die. the Heilbronn volunteers. This is a
somewhat unjustified and unqualified
statement from a very uninformedsource
i I In this phase between the will incur the enmity of all that does not know of the
and left and facilities and effectiveness that the
I November presidential eleq-; factions, right
Heilbronn volunteers have maintained
moderate. Even Hamlet could
ction and the January 12 in- and has not bothered to visit our -
:iauguration date, President- not have had more woes. department to find out. _

:.1 elect Ronald Reagan i is getting And to make matters worse, _
i! so much contradictory some of the ones who seemedto volunteer Members of the Heilbronn residents of
department are
i land conflicting advice about be uppermost on the totem the community and are quick to respond
putting together his Cabinet pole for Mr. Reagan's Cabinet to a fire Although they are workIng '
and White House staff that he appointments, including at other full-time jobs. Though 1 1 4
obviously doesn't know just George Shultz Walter statements about the record time of
other departments in responding to
I what to do. Wriston, Anne Armstrong, fire alarms be true we should '.r
I and William Simon, politely expect no mal them. After all, thatis
I As columnist James Reston withdrew their names from their full.time job, and their
E ) consideration for not firemen are always at the station.
sees it, "He (Reagan can very '
i either organize his administration convincing reasons. The Heilbronn Springs volunteersare

i along party or ideologiCal As for the all-important very lucky to have such an
i ..lines. _. :, try to put, Cabinet of Secretary'of "interested community" and involved -
position residents who are most ready to
,
together.ational. ,
I. govern- t .\ 'State, Mr 'Reagattwas'tepofted serve the area at a moment's'notice: : :-
men4 $ppelii\\S to the.sri. j\.' at '6ne point to be" Not only 'does1* th J Heilbronn 'VfD
both parties, or, what is more seriously considering offeringthis have a fully equipped Class A
likely, compromise with sensitive post to General pumper,but also a 1,200 gallon tanker
I everybody and establish a has been added. ,
Alexander Haig. Even Hamlet
Cabinet and White House staff
., would not have suffered such An efficient training program is
!t J hat satisfies nobody "slings and arrows" as Mr. also given to the volunteers, where
proper use of equipment; fire techniques
old Reagan and U.S. diplomacy and of is
Whether to go with the operation equipment
ine conservatives of the would be subjected to if the taught. It must be realized that secon-
President-elect should take dhand information is,not only insufficient .
epublican party, whose daring such ill-considered action. It but also a most unworthy state
he has been for many ment to be made, and definitely the .
would be hard to conceive of ." ... April
years, or yield to the newer wrong choice of depettflT0i1ts."rl1t3should .
Republican moderates, while anyone more unsuited to the also be remembered in the
not overlooking the "Moral delicate negotiations of minds of a free people in electing our 'I
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diplomacy than the abrupt President, our Governor, and even building. .
whom he has
Majority to
down to the officials. "
publicly acknowledged his in- General who is known to have county Rick, Id
ordered White House staffers
The Heilbronn s 1.1),1,
debtedness, as well as others ( ) .
around with the manifesto cordially "
clamoring for recognition including Fire Department invites a .S
"This is an order from your you to attend and choose; for yourself,
blacks and other
and not +el'
Commander-in-Chief. In ad- depend on a secondary source
minorities and not to forget of
for informat
unjust I
the alwayspressuringwomen's dition to this, it is hardly likely rr.rl'I"'
that General will Volunteersare
Haig ever The Heilbronn Springs
that
rightists is
live down the stigma of having proud to be serving thrcominuni- tree
the question a question been, in those last frantic ty and helping people. After all, thatis
equal to the one that caused what It's all about.
months of Presi- A
Watergate
,
poor Hamlet to wonder if it '' : ) -
dent Nixon's chief of staff and Meeting times are the second and : :! !
was better "To be or not to '
stratigest.Mr. fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:30
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be. _
pm. at McCarthy's Garage on SR-16 iij'
West towards Kaiford.The for .
During this harrowing interim Reagan (before his for "
Mr. Reagan is being softened campaign position) .- Heilbronn CommunitySPfrCTAFOR ing lre.

told by his California coterieto was belligerent enough in be
threats and hawklike
stand by the right wing with conversation : VNII.PPV"ITIII'RUJ .
without
old-line supporters who stuck adding General : MUSIC per-
Alexander Haig to the mix.
with him in the past. On the a
Better should Noticed in this week's three
we have Kiss papers. like
other hand, he is being
Telegraph.Monitor and Union
inger (Heaven forbid) than County i can
pressured by GOP moderatesto the General. Times, that the BHS band Is collec- year.,
move closer to the middle of ting for new uniforms again.In a
the road for political expe- The fact that the President .6 to 8
the past I have always con
diency in the hope of captur- elect would even consider tributed to the band programs, help- 0
ing Democratic support. Haig for this most importantof ing with uniforms etc. But in the ;
There is always the prospect, all Cabinet positions is future I am NOT doling out one more 1I your
of course, that if he strives to reason enough to cast serious cent unless the band shapes up and )

straddle the political fence in doubt on his judgment in 'affairs just one during tune the the parades whole length instead they of of right

his political appointments he of state. walked down Call Street, like duringthe be start
Christmas parade and at other re- ed. soft
cent parades. They could have at
least played a Christmas tune insteadof your

I f1'iWi the one they plaved the Keep'

To boil it down- no parade music to
-no contributions from me anymore. will coals.

and
Gladys Mooty added

Sundials wen once used to check the accuracy of clock And Other Irate Spectators side sure
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Wed Nov. 15 in Melrose Friday Night ./lPhe m t .1."

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Eliam Baptist Church in Metros; special Christmas Concert by the I
was the setting for J the wedding Maranatha Coir of University united ,
ceremony uniting Christine Ruth Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. in First : I
Brantley of Grandin and Ronnie r United Methodist Church of Starke.
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Latham (lot Toccoa, Ga. In holy This choir is composed of over 50
young adults from all over the State of : .
matrimony Saturday
Nov15. :
Miss Brantley the.daughter' .i Florida and the country who are at- : ; : f i
The
tending the University of Florida.
Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Brantley of.
Grandin.Mr. choir has received national recognition 964-7608.

Latham is the son of Mr. and and made tours throughout the, '". :
Mrs, J.B. Latham of Toccoa, Ga. Southeast. The choir is noted for their' ::1
The 4pm. service performed by wide variety of music and musical in- '
the Rev, Leslie Harris the struments. The choir has made
saw couple !
repeating wedding vows at the church several records in the past few year,tr Miss Lotaln Herres Little Women Christmas Formal

altar flanked with two bouquets of fall ,
Presents Beauty ProgramFor chairmen: Robin Tatum and 'vonda
colored flowers and a semi-circular The annual Christmas formal of the ''I
candelabra and Trinity candle as the Priscilla A. Williams Little Women Little Women's Club will be held Fri Kay Ayer; and the dance chairmen: .
central focus. .Frank Jackson III Woman's Beth Starner and Paula Joiner; and ::
Miss Latain Herres presented a day night Dec. 12, at the
their committees. Little Womenmembers' '
Mrs Lorene Clay provided wedding To Wed Dec. 20 \ program on"Your Poise and Postureare Club Building, from 9 p.m. tilt a.m. mothers and the Senior it
music on the piano while Miss Women'sClub i
Roslyn Showing" at the Little Women's Members of the Little
Fulford sang a combination of Mrs. Emma Williams of Starke Announces Club meeting Tuesday evening of last their dates and Invited guests Club executive board are providing f1
classical and traditional wedding. the engagement and ap- week, Dec 2. will be attending. Special guests of the refreshments for the evening. I
music. proaching marriage of her daughter' Miss Herres, introduced by Mrs. The Little Women will be members of This committee Is being headed. up by

The bride, given In marriage by her Priscilla, to Frank Jackson III, son of J.R. Reddish, conducted a workshopin the Senior Club executive board.In Mrs. J.E. Denmark.
father, 'appeared In her mother's Mrs. Dessie Jackson, both of Starke. of the decorations for the' Pictures will be taken during the ,
which each member actively charge
bridal gown made of Ivory satin inserted The wedding will be held Saturday participated. ballroom and the tables are.the social evening of each coupe- .if..dealred.mt \\11,

with lace in the fingertip length. Mr.. and Mrs. Ronnie Latham Dec. 20, at 4 p.m. at the groom e President Stacy Denmark presidedover 1 1ffinam"P11111 .
sleeves and train. Identical lace edg-" mother's home 1537 McCollum St.. :
the meeting and the Invocationand 11
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illusion In lace mat- --
ed the hem of the gown. The bodice of was edged ivory The reception will Immediately followthe inspirational period was led by fI
the wedding dress was fitted and fromit ching the bride gown. ceremony at the bride's mother'shome :
Mrs. Joan
Mary Ann Miller. Chitty,
mother's ivory'rose
The bride wore her
fell a full length' train. The 940 E. Crosby Street.No introduced Mrs. James R.,
necklace and matching earrings.Her sponsor
sweetheart neckline was lace edged Invitations are being issued but
Reddish, who was recently appointed
bridal bouquet was a cascadeof invited to
with seed and relatives
pearls. all friends are
of the Little Women
by
as co-sponsor
silk fall flowers.
The fingertip mantilla veil of ivory ,attend. I
The maid of honor, Miss Glenda the senior club president Mrs. Marjorie

Dabbs of Harrison Tenn., wore a Thomson.
dark brown Quiana floor length gown fi+ During the business meeting the
Newlyweds HonoredAt ''featuring a blouson bodice and long club voted to secured another set of I II

Dinner PartyMr. sleeves with a ruffled neckline. She music records for their Christmas I
wore a matching-colored flower at formal and dances.: The Christmas
and Mrs. David Silcox who her throat and In her hair. formal chairmen Robin Tatum, Von-
were recently married, were honoredat Miss Dabbs carried a basket of silk da Kay Ayer, Beth Starner and Paula
a dinner party Sunday evening fall-colored flowers. Joiner met with their committees to
given by Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Sanderson Attendants Linda Kinzer cousin of 4 work on specific plans for the annual

of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. the bride from Lakeland, Belinda formal. Each member of the club was
S.G. Denmark at the home of the lat- Underwood of Grandin and B.J. given three invitations to the

ter on N, Walnut Street.. Strickland of Melrose,wore identically Christmas formal which will be held
The Denmark home was attractivefor styled gowns in fall colors of rust, Dec. 12 at the club house.
the occasion with a I lighted rose and brown. They carried baskets Program Chairman Joy St. John

Christmas tree and arrangements of of silk flowers and wore .flowers in met with her committee to work on .r ww
holly and Christmas decorations their hair. programs for the next few months. i

throughout the party rooms. The flower girl. Miss Tricia Perry g< Yr" One of the new Innovations for future
The dining room table was covered was gowned in floor length brown regular business meetings and programs wvr
with a linen and lace cloth and print tied at the waist with a velvet will be that each of the club.
centered with a Christmas arrange- ribbon and wore babies breath In her members' mothers will be invited to
ment of red roses and greenery. The hair. She scattered rose petals down attend one specific meeting duringthe
dining table in the family room was the church aisle preceeding the bride. club year,as a special guest of her
covered with a green linen clotn and Ring' bearer Jonathan Brantley, daughter and the club. .
centered with a Christmas runner and nephew of the bride, wore a brown Refreshments were served by the / IAe

sprigs of holly. suit with a shirt matching that of the hostesses for the evening: Lynn
The 20 guests included members of flower girl's gown.E. Loper, Vickie 'Carver, Robin Stern

the immediate families. Reed Brantley of Grandin, Shelly Sikes, Terry MaSSey JenniferNix
The hosts presented the honored brother of the bride, served as the and Gina Lane, hospitality, chair-
couple with a set of bed pillows as a best Brenda Roberts man.
groom's man.
memento of the occasion.Weeks' e its
Ushers were brothers of the bride
Zan Brantley of Hollister, David Brenda Roberts ".
Brantley of Largo, and John Brantleyof William BakerEngagement Beta Sigma Phi
UDC Has
Grandin.A Making Future Plans
Christmas LuncheonThe wedding reception was held in thechurch's Told
Members of Beta Sigma Phi met at
hall the
W.T. Weeks' chapter, UDC met fellowship decorated following with Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts of the home of Diane Hodge for the s i
which
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Wednesday, Dec. 3, with the newly ceremony Starke annqunce the engagement of regular meeting Dec. 2 where plans
floral in fall colors.
organized Keystone Heights chapterat arrangements table featured their daughter Brenda Kay; to were made for taking part In the a-
The bride's a
the Holiday Inn for their annual William Scott Baker of St. Augustine, Christmas parade, having a bake sale I
wedding
homemade three-tiered white and Mrs. William L, Bakerof
of Mr.
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Christman luncheon. cake made by Dot Cawthon. It and selling tickets on the money tree. I
President Mrs. Lester Crews Switzerland, Fla. The next meeting will be the
presided and led In the invocation.The was decorated with roses in thebride's The wedding is planned for Satur- Christmas party at the home of
table festive with colors with a Cupidtypebridalcouplee day, May 2, at 8 p.m. in the First
dining was Cherie Cox in Keystone Heights on
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the Christmas-mom i irmitiijghtedr" 'ad /.: tOIl tier. 'Thebridesmaid'sbouquea .United Methodist Church. Dec. 16 and don't forget canned goods
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candl at il\t ervei I "" ;"' ged thetop. Miss Roberts, a Bradford High for a needy family. -- i
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Christmas t.( AwiWwm .1''H:;*!; thlT-{ t\I! .:dec ra1ldWl'taoethe! bride's1 table..tils, t .. Junior College In Jacksonville. was, Winner Link Bishop.money m .
Cawthon and Mrs. Bonnie
.Mrs. Dot
UDC magazine for the program. Mr. Baker is employed by' Ring
Underwood cut the cake.
Co. in Jacksonville.
Thirty-one members enjoyed the Power
Underwood the bride'sbook.
Betsy kept Florida BankChristmas
occasion with Mrs. L.H.Jennings and
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Mrs. J.W. Kincaid as hostesses. and Dinner
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Williams served at the punch table. Florida Bank of Starke held their M
Mrs. J.M. Bradley Assisting was Mrs. Gerry Jackson. Nasworthys Have annual Christmas dinner Saturday
After a wedding trip to St. Christmas LuncheonMr. night at the Alhambra Dinner
Celebrates 90th Augustine and Marlneland, the coupleIs Theatre in Jacksonville.The .
BirthdayMrs. residing in Palatka where the bride and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy attending included the personnet -
teaches second at Mellon entertained at a Christmas luncheon- '
J.M: Bradley was honored by Elementary trade Monday at their home on E. Call .e I ,directors. 1 and guests

her family on her 90th birthday on. ( Miss Brantley is a 1970 graduate of Street for several friends and. .

Thanksgiving day. Interlachen High School, a 1972 relatives. '
Mrs:Bradley waS presented with a graduate of St. Johns River Com The dining table was covered with a .--. '1

beautiful cake with 90 candles on it. !. munity College' and graduated from Christmas cloth and centeredf with a :..: LEVTSACTION ;

Among the 34 sharing the. occasion'grandchildren. : Toccoa Bible College in 1978. seasonal centerpiece .
and turkey .dln" were 'Ier'eightchildrt ? ." The bridegroom is employed at Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Deaver of
'21 g d ndchildreq.3S'great'grandchtldr'en'and I Henry's Body Shop in Keystone Gainesville were out-of-town guests.Start I' ANDLEVl'S-ACTION'SIACKS.
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I No" Florida Living at its Finest For Sarah Norton h n *. WET Thomson Jacksonville attaarfrt the letmueil, 1c aid Sunday.....hems-Hooey three,Sbdanom weeksvacatten
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Approximately 200 look. advantaged tall oak trees. At focal point 5.=. =a brkleaiaakaluncheon / with Mr and family*fea Oncianati.RaymondStefaaeUI .
the beautiful warm Sunday afternoon throughout/ the home were antique Friday Doc. 3, given by
and celebrated the
Ohio seniorStetanaiwi
to attend the Starke Woman' and heirlooms. Mr*. Joan C. Greene at Camp Blow Mr. and Mrs, Palo lecay* of : .
Club Tour of .-. Going from the old to the new the Tallafiaens will IT*weekend part iJ, ; lilt wedding aaniveraary.
First on the Tour was a atop at the KlncsJey Lake borne of Dr.and Mrs b 4Jim Tuidta iIIC table was covered. with Mrs.James Barren From there they: went te Cov-'
club house for lea and a map ef the D.wT WMHen was strictly modem an Army-Navy\ clout and cantered mcr-.Iy.to MrTand pick ep their danchter
home involved. The borne..lardy with glass door with an arrangement ef peach silk the Sth'aaaeal HoBday and famOy. Mrs. James'
The foyer table where. ticket were and window. 'overlooking the lake rose,tiger line*and assorted flower* Happening square dance at Jekyfl' alms and son and went on te Whdiaw.
collected held a beautiful white red with oak tree for shade. The .hone flanked/ by silver candelabras with Island Friday and Saturday were Pa. te spend Thanksgiving week with
friend and relative After
and green Christmas arrangement boasted two separate unit, upstairs, white taper entwined with aaperagu* Monks and Sharea Wiffiaras. Caret that they
returned to for
Standing in the receiving line were and downstairs, each with complete I... Hand painted pUcecardsnark.ad and Becky Jones. Mae and Carol' visit with the Coviagton and a week
the presidents of the Starke Woman' living Quarters.The upstairs mot had the see ting arrangement for the Baldwin Harry and Mar Hatcher. BlIP celebratedtheir .
Club Junior Woman's Club and Little two bedroom bath and. Bvingroora six ....... Bob and Mary Agnes ...-. Drew daughter1 birthday.
Women's Club. Mn W.H. Thomson with a deck complete with umbrella Arrangements ef cameUas. fresh and Ada Reddish. Jerry Ann DinaPetreUa.
Mn. Gareth Jones and Mia Stacey: table and eb n.. Tb upstairs and peach room mom and gerber Hank and Mary ofStarke. Among those attending the Mtb anniversary -
Denmark downstairs were connected with, denies highlighted points of tnterestI John and Sue Griner of reception Rev.and Mrs..
The tea table was covered with a carpeted stairs and white bran raiL the JJUt7--. Gainesville and Roy and Head Hall LJ>. Haines In Altamont Springs on
/door length nylon lace: cloth with a Eugene Matthews' Kingsley Lake Out-of-town attendants were Mrs. ef Keystone Height: Sunday were Mrs. Lex: Green R.A..
white red and green Christmas arrangement summer .home was bout 0 19M of h Frank Jobnaon of Keystow HrigMa, Green.Jr.. Mr*. Ed: Tarry,Mr*. L.H.
as a centerpiece. Past heart pine lumber salvaged from Bitch. Mr*. Richard Macho d Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. HX. Hutaon and Mr. Jennings, Mr.. and Mr*. SO. Peek..
presidents presided at the silver codfee abandoned building at the old and Mrs. Maxle Morton,, Jr. of and Mr. Hank Epp attended the Mr.ana M...A.Russell Norman Mr.
and tea services at each end of the Sandellside grove that thrived on Jim Ritch SUrke.! Abe attending were the two National Guard banquet Saturday and Mrs. R.A. Cobon and Cot and
table. Silver trays held an assortment Kingsley Lake in the mothers, Mrs. E.M. Norton and Mrs. night m Jacksonville. Mr*. Harry' Hatcher.
of Christmas cakes,cookie and sandwiches laWs. The cottage ha*-served fourgerentioas To Receive Ken etb R. Hind
A focal point wa the with antique furniture RecognitionJim Mia Norton was .presented with) a
beautifully lighted and decorated iron bed and artifact On the deckoverlooking Hitch who has been member lead crystal: bud vase as a memento of ,
Christmas tree at the foot of the the lake was a fresh potted the occasion. CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS--a
of the First United Methodist Church
itage. Christmas tree with handmade ornaments Miller assisted
In the lounge and auditorium choir for SO year, will receive special) Mr* Ray serving.
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members of the Senior and Junior The Paul Faulkner home on SR-M recognition at a reception Sunday
Clubs held Christmas bazaars. Joey with five acre of beautifully landscaped noon to Fellowship Hall following
Herre, pianist, presented soft lawn also .baa two unit*..The church sei vices. Methodist Women
background music during the tea foyer of the math home held a On November %' ISM, Jim Bitch Have Dinner For
aniseed In Starke on the tram from ffedas.jj. liemt Deceaber 17
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hours of 2-4 p m. beautiful whit and red arrangement
The Civic Center at Kingsley Lake on a provincial table. The large picture Clove s.c. Methodist SinglesThe
fur the Tour Ten day later he Joined the choir of First United Methodist Women
was open inspection on window in the living room wa
and was gayry. decorated with white centered by a beautifully lighted First United Methodist Church where stave a dinner Sunday'following morning Start Efcnertarj Sciool Cafeteria .
lighted Christmas tree, tables Christmas tree. The fireplace in the his brother Sanford Hitch had already service m the Fellowship Hal for awns
covered with red and white checked family room was flanked by potted been singing. church: single member and senior -
cloth and Christmas arrangement potnsettias; the TV was topped with a Jim Ie a man of many musical member*. *Covered Disk Sspper-:39: P.M.
with candle at point* interest Christmas arrangement with tail red Ulenl He plans the ukelele,clarinet The long dining tables were covered
The lovely. Stewart W. Beckett candles and the coffee table had ....phone. and puma la the early with gold cloths and held garlands ef
home on Kingsley Lake built by Col. straw place mat decorated with redbirds 1330-s! be took over the direction of the gold tinsel interspersed I with ornament resift Choir Christmas Mnical
Tipton in 193 and where the Beckett bows and velvet streamers. Florida Stale Prison band which bat *, red ,candle* and miniature
have lived for 34 yean held many The dhnng room table held an imparted brother had started. caroler The head taWe was centered!
memorable antique*. In the dining lace cloth over red linen with Over the last SO year Jim Rites ha with a gold sleigh filled with seasonal We invite you to attend and enjoya
room the long dining table held hand green red and gold centerpiece compiete entertained not only in tile church: but fruit and at both ends were Santa At
made green net cloth embossed with with hurricane candles The J in the community. He ha participated each place setting were handmade se- celebration of Christmas in an
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poinsettias along the skirt which took modern kitchen bad a breakfast area in numerous musical quill wreath pins a*favors.Apqroxaarnatey .
s prize at the Jacksonville Woman's with round table covered with a red and brought many smiles to residents SO enjoyed the J lovely atmosphere of warmth and friendliness.
Club Christmas bazaar of Bradford County by the comedies .
many yean linen doth with white placeman with affair.Rondo
ago by Mn. Beckett. Santa napkin holders. be performed. I
The four bedroom upstairs were The separate ant was a 3 room His love of of e and ear for others
traced by hooked rugs made by Mn. apartment for Mr*. Faulkner's besides his wtlhngnes/ to share the Bryant This joyous occasion is sponsored by I
ieckett and held iron beds.The wide mother. Mrs. Emory Lewi It was universal. language of music Celebrates Eighth
whenever asked has made him one of
front screened porch overlooking the gayry decorated with Christmas! arrangement
lake and spacious lawn wa shaded by Including: a ceramic the most loved arisen of this part of BirthdayRonda your friends of the First Baptist Churchof
the state. Besides Mill .being. active in .
Christmas tree on the dining table. Kinberry Bryant celebrated
Bradford Villas Beasent Road the choir, Mr. thick often serves a*
on her eighth birthday Thursday/, Now
St. Edward's Catholic News has an attractive brick fence in front song leader for Sunday Schoolassemblies 37 with a combined birthday and Starke.
Attar Society Meet of the development The apartment and worship services. Thanksgiving dinner for the 27 family
.Ided.t en display wa gayry decorated with members the home of Honda's uncle
Carol Ashline
pn Edwards the Christmas theme. Each nut to and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mesa
the meeting of St. aunt ( ) car provided at First Baptist Church)
beautifully furnished with wall to wan
Methodist Class Blackburn./
Society held in the parish ban Dee.2-
Mrs Lester Hamphriea has altar care carpe X drapes central beat and air.2bedroarw Ronda is the youngest daughter of
(for the Christmas month. and 14-2 bath Has Christmas Party Mr. and Mn. Roy E Bryant who
Plans were made for the Christmas The Methodist ,,_'* Sunday reside on SR-16E.
Dinner to be held Dec 14 at the local school class had their annual Out-oftowa guest were Ronda'
Western Steer Steak House. Also Baby Shower For Christmas covered fish dinner Monday great aunt Mrs. Annie Mae Bryant
discussed were plans for the Martha Hop Paterson sight at the borne of Mrs. Drew and children of Jacksonville.WE'RE .
children's Christmas party on Dee. Reddish with an 14 members attending.
21, and the Pariah Bazaar. Little Martha Hope Paterson (born .
Her ...* brought along Kitchen Oct. 1. Hm>. daughter of Mr. and Tbe dinmg room table wa covered SORRY
Shower l ms for the parish halL Mr*. Larry Paterson was honored at with a while linen cloth holding a TIle names 01..... and Mrs. Bill Ed-
Ref reMtments were served by the a baby shower Wednesday night Dee. Christmas runner and was centered wards of Kingsley Lake and Mr. and ,. .,-. ,.4"' )' .
hostesses, Jan Powell and Barbara 3, given by Mrs Steven Gay. Mrs. with a five candle Christmas arrange Mr*. Bob Edward and daughter. .''l. .
Anderson. Gladys Weldon and Viola Larry' Harrka. Mrs Herb Korea. ment.Mrs.. Mandy of fernamfina Beach were left .
Ltfebvre also brought snacks Mrs. David Montgomery and Mrs. .Carolyn Eaves presented each off the guest bat at Mamie Lou Edward YQd o41o: _:.IW./ Wehta.,: Deu.:; .'mnim um, .114
Ronnie Sellers a*,the prestiytcnaaFenowfMpKali. member wnto.a Ceramic Christmas **birthday party write-up In last, '4rti .nnnT; wool 111 i 911/1' f) U; rtf. M .s'.r rl7B9flol"i'J1i'/1, limes
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Lucky winners of the prizes given at The refreshment table..catered During the evening the group echangea 'DO Dtop lnNBarga l..nousenrff :
the St. Edward's Bazaar on Saturday with a white, lace trimmed cloth gifts DM you know...
were Vertla C.Shulz who won$100 and centered with an arrangement of pink 301 South.. Stark.
Joan Christensen who won the doll silk flower A miniature pmk cradle Mrs. Harvey Norman of Ocala wa
house. was used to serve mints and a large weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Big Sidewalk Pre-Christmas Sale
Parishioners are grateful to all who pink baby rattle held nut*. A silver BIRTHS Anderson.Mr. .
contributed to the success of this tray surrounded with pink tulle and
Bazaar mall pink and white gingham and Mn. Alton Burton of Large Selection of Gifts
diapers held cake decorated with Rome. Ga. and Mr*. Claude White of
Float Wins Prize safety pin storks Mrs. Kardln served Angela Mae McCarthy Alachua were Monday guest d Mr.

The Float entered by St. Edward's spiced The gift tea from table the was silver covered tea server with a Mr. and Mr*. Wayne McCarthy of James Barron. Bring this ad In for $2" Off the purchase of any_ ,e.. '
Church was awarded First Place In .
the Annual Christmas Parade on wrote lace cloth. It wa centered witha Keystone gels Mae_born th* birthole Dee. Mr. and Mn. J.E. Hardy Mr. and size "d or Pair;, of Drapes o
Saturday pink and white silk floral arrangement daugMer. Mrs George Pierce and Mr and Mrs. "t' > orfwiniait
Kathy Pernini designed/ the float In a ceramic baby "potty" S in Alaclwa grandparents General Hospital.Paternal are Mr and John Greene attended the fSU-UF Register for, FREE Big Panda Bear to. be given away Dec. 20 idle
which depicted a One Hone Open which,with Cool-Vapor Hunndifer. same in Tallahassee Saturday.They "a :11 .ub&13
Sleigh. The stem, being pulled by a were given to the honoree' as a Mrs grandparent' James! H.are McCarthy Mr.and Mr Paternal*. Mack spent the night in ThomasviUe Must be 18 or overfrto,: "starOIN t ?_- :.:V b Ja gig,
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members of the Pernini family: *mother,Terri!Paterson, waspresented C. Jones.. Paternal great- *
Tessa, Antony, Tina, Daniel, James with a "baby sock" cor- grandmother is Mr*. Maude Mott. ; 'Bitanomsd 1 )nom

Becky and Robedrt, also Cindy sage. !'i If" / M ii aoH rutibSAb
Samons and Alicia Criffia This sleigh Among those attending were Hope's JaoeCkmeM *d02
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the message: Joy Peace, Noel. Saturday after eight weeks visit with Mrs Arthur Hewett of Swainsboro. Graduate and UndrgraduatoPrograrns
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/ .' ,;' ,1 'j.1' V1'holiday*' with their[on'and family;i .,l Dam' pton'Highlights' I .. ; > I't ( ,; I ; '.1 1'1
TheHamptenrieao-Citiaes' enjoyed Mr.; alld'IoI.. :Randy'Brhwn, Jeremy'And .," ,,, the way under'theSinipervieion l l December.4 in celebration etr Lariy's'
a>dve entartatMlng meeting Amanda Marlanha., birthday. Among those attendingwere I
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01FI"Ida)' at'IM Cltyi IUJ, ,Mi*. Sue Mr. and Mrs. Harold WraM of St.- by- Dolores Meng Kathl After Ledbetter.all this exercise, the students Mr. and Mrsi' Francis Meng, '
Phone 468-ISIS
Brannen.d Lake Bedford'' WM the Petersburg)" visited their daughter and faculty welcomed the cool fruit Tommy and Chris;Mr. and Mrs.Paul

lucky winner of the. .doarprittjonrauawi and family..,Mr. and 'Mrs. Michael Belle Brown., and Mary Williams.:'Mrs.' Galanos, punch served at the conclusion of the Meng, Mike and John; Romeo, and I'

;( .I,, Brtmettl; Mike and Clifford.over. the and her students were busy trimmingand school day and week.H.mpton. Randy Parado' of Raiford. 'Williams
Randy and.Bonnie\ Brown of Florida ;:,Thanksgiving weekend. Condolence i decorating It on.Monday. Happy Birthday to Kirk,
Cavern State' Park In MarJanna are, Sincere. sympathy Is extended to the' Other classrooms ate showing the Lake who is 11 today Dec. 111<
the proud.lwrentsof.their: : baby 'Birthdays family at Sandra Susan Underwood' Christmas spirit with. their trees Visitors
daughter, Amanda t)awn, born on' iJennifer'l ttiifer! celebrated'her 7th who died Friday ,night in an wreaths stocking,Santas and'other Mn.Wanna'Thomas of Avon Park Great Athlete Allen and Bill
Nov.11. She woiPed 7 Itw.AU...and decorations. spent the past two weeks with.Mr*. Kenny Clark. Scott
automobile accident .
birthday Kim
on
December 4. : Barksdale. Goodge spent from Friday to Sundayat
arrived her Grandmother Brown'sbirthday Virgie
on, :, :
Shepberd ,had her:. 9th birthday } Valencia College near Orlando! attending
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The Williams enjoyed
,Artfontealj Lysle family
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.\ celebration on Deo. 8. Mary Wood Christmas Parade a school for baseball en-
grandparents'are visit of .
Maternal : Ida the Thanksgiving Day George
celebrated her 7th birthday on Dec.6. Mrs. 'Arlene RJch's third ,all; thusiasts. Approximately 80''.other
Parrish of Palatka and Lonny Hampton was well represented at grade Ann, Tony and Melody Massud
Audrey Brown was 14 years old on fclass In the baseball players participated In the
Williams o'Waldo.Paternal the Annual Christmas Parade In1 participated recently Jacksonville.
Dec. 6. Happy ,Birthday, to Steven ,.Channel :S Art Contest: Raines' competition supervised by 12 professional -
grandparents' are Emory Starke last Friday. The City of Hampton iTony Mark Bruno of Miami a' former
Earnest on Dec. 71! Becky Watson
L. (ToPSY) and.Van, Brown of Hamp' turned sponsored a Winter Wonderland drawing of Big Bird was chosen the Hampton resident,spent the weekend baseball scouts.
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Dec. 7. Sharon Godwin
on best entered from HES.!: Kenny was awarded the highest
; Consequent
float and the local CB Club also had afloat visiting Kevin Meng and other friends
tonMaternal celebrated her 11th birthday on Dec. ly. with-other winnerson honor and chosen the best profes-
Tony appeared
areat-gr8 ndm tller' .Is McClellan in the parade. Among those in the area.,
8.On.Dec. 10
Mrs. Belle Brown of Hampton. old. Dewey was 6 ,riding on these floats: were Harold Sunday evening's!,Friends of 5 pro sional prospect from among 12 picked :
Amanda Joins her fouryearoldbrother i6-1% Happy Birthday to Kim Mitchell Chico Woods Marcie gram.. Birthdays for the All Star team.
Jeremy. : who was 11 on Dec. let Carpenter Kim Amanda and Debbie Tony and the others enjoyed the antics Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Meng We wish Kenny much success in his "
Mr. and Mr Gordon
Weest of
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t of Cookie Monster and Oscar In future athletic endeavors
Miami spent the thanksgiving Rowland, Jenny Rhea, Polly Woods, entertained with a dinner party ,on ,
their presentation of Friends of 5 ,
Visitors Mitchell and
Dot Mlzel.
Angela -
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holidays with his mother .
Mn. Belle T-shirts and Certificates. Before com- ...'
Brownies and Girl Scouts led by
Mr. and Mrs.:Topsy Brown} Reggie Brown. Sheila Padgett Included Andria Fen- ing home Tony,his mother and grandmother
and Robyn, ,spent the Thanksgiving Bill Weest of Homestead spent last ton,Kim Shepherd, Aimee Hodges, visited other relatives In y
weekend his
with Mrs. II
grandmother ; Jill Powers.Janet and Christina Gunner Gainesville. WE'REYOU THERE WHEN '
Sandra Fisher Allison Archey
l- / March of Dimes Wall !
and Jessica Fisher. Space NEED USReady
DidYou Among those anarchlng'with the Rena Scaff, Executive Director of
Know.......... Middle School Band were Brenda the March of Dimes, was very pleased
Bawek Angela Thomas and .Robyn on Friday, when tallying up proceeds
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Capt. and Mrs..John Myers have Brown. of money turned in by students
CLUB RESULTS' returned from three weeks tour In the Spotted in the BHS Band were and collected from during
sponsors
Eva Mathewsori and Marie Dent of Orient. While in the Far East they Brian Clark, Teresa Bauldree Mary the past two weeks.Approximately .
Keystone Heights were the winning visited Tokyo ,Taipei, Manila Ann Parmenter and D.J. Rlddick., ',. $343 was collected
couple at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Bangkok; Singapore. Ball and Hong from students. Dewey McClellan. a I
night. Hazel and Jerry Moran of Kong. On their return to Los Angeles Moving first grader turned In$tot to becomethe ,
Kingsley Lake were second. they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Donald and Maxine Williams are In Number 1 collector. Rhonell I II II
The next club will be held Wachtel. While there they at- I
meeting Bates,a third grader solicited the second -
he
of moving to Lake City
Jan. 6 1981. tended the screening of an episode of process
Tuesday,. where he.Is employed.Their children largest amount, and another N. I
Little House on the Prairie as guest of -1
third grader Clinton Brown collected
Scott and Denise
are staying with
their God-son 'Brooks Wachtel. a
their grandparents Mr.and Mrs. the third highest sum.They are
Cecelia and Lillian Ray
Terwillegar screen writer and director. !
looking forward to receiving their
Pearson attended the annual banquetand Williams, until Christmas. We will
installation of officers of the miss them and wish. them well in their ,forts.T-shirts and Certificates for their ef il

Jacksonville Board of Realtors, Inc. Cecelia Terwillegar and Lillian new location. The March culminated with a Mini
Dec. :S at the grand ballroom of the Pearson attended The Wellness Recuperating Space .Walk around the playgroundthree I
Hilton Hotel.Chaplain Center of the North Florida Regional times for a distance of one mile.
Hospital, Gainesville, "For WomenOnly" Donald Brown returned home from Various athletic activities were performed .
and Mrs. Norman Redding last Monday. It was a comprehensive Bradford County Hospital Monday at the Space Stations along_ I
returned Saturday of last week seminar on to We he Is to help with all the arrangements
ways morning. hope fully ***********
after spending Thanksgiving!!: in Pen- enhance feminine health and beauty. recovered. "
sacola with relatives. Chaplain Red- The program featured members of Hampton Girl Scouts during this troubled. ,
ding's father who was In a nursing the NFRH medical staff, Wellness Hampton Elementary School The 12 Hampton Brownie girl r
home after suffering a stroke on Oct. Center and other health. officials. scouts made Christmas decorations time..nowers, funeral services and all
30, passed away on Saturday afternoon On Saturday, January 24, 1981, at .for their tree last week. This Thursday -
Nov.29. Chaplain and Mrs. Red '11:30 a.m., students from the Fifth '. they are Joining the Hampton Jr. the details. Rely on us for advice.
ding, with Mr. and Mrs. Butch Redding Grade will be featured on "IT'S scouts and the Starke girl scouts in a
left Sunday morning!!: for Pen-' Mr. Olive Ryder, who la enroute ELEMENTARY" on WJXT-TV In Christmas sing at the Starke Nursing i
sacola returning after the funeral on from Waynesville. N.C. to her homeIn Jacksonville. (See picture) Home.
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Torode Gainesville, Is visiting her Recently they were in Jacksonvillefor The 10 Junior girl scouts had four DeWitt C. Jones I
joined them on Monday night. daughter. Miss .Dee Moredock and the taping!!: of the show. Those ac- new members: Crystal Wood Jenny
Howe Moredock of Miami at Kingsley companying1/ the participants were Roller Dano Underhill Shelly Carter. Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs: JeronWJohns, Mrs. Lake for several days. Richard Kidd, Brian Kldd Jeannie 'They are all in full swing getting f
Debra Williams, Mn. David Bennettof Hodge, Mr. and Mrs.-Paul Fries, ready for their cookout which wil be Starke Keystone Heights !
Starke and Mr. and ,Mrs. Gail Mr.:and Mn. Ray Brown returned Mrs. Jean Russell Mrs. Vickie the latter part of January.They made '
Haley Middleburg attended the Sunday after 10 days in Miami Crews, Mr. Bill Guido, and Mr. and slt-upons to sit on. The girls will be 964-6200 473-3176
FSU-UF game Saturday., visiting relatives.Mr. .. Mrs. Bernardo Baez. Mr. John G. having a Christmas party at their
Meyer drove the bus that day. The leders house Dec. 18. They drew \
Chase Hardy of Phoenix, ArIa. arrives "' and Mrs. T.H. Slade returnedlast trip was educational and entertain names for that day's gift exchange :'
Dec. 14 and Mr. and Mrs.Frank Thursday after two weeks in ing.' They all appreciated the'
Hardy and daughter of Seattle Wash. Boca Raton visiting their daughters hospitality of the Channel staff who
arrive Dec.20 to spend the remainderof and families Mr. and Mrs. John were very helpful and Informative. Make
the month with their parents Mr. Whelchel ad;; Mr. and Mrs. Michael The day was climaxed with a stop :
and Mrs. Charles Hardy. O'Brien. They attended the showing at McDonald's enroute home.Gratitude .
,of the!tyut Cracker jyherp.their.grand- ::1 ,. .. .. ... ..
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Mrs Don91'hOqNIOlWM I $ P *Wr T F1; i5" .1o tSrtl I ni. ... viUwitiMlThe 'ft Jiwm.iHi-.ntJ' aUttrtwJ
while in Boca Raton the j iu- iiw yJiflu ;'
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Seventh Graders ,
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and Mrs. W.B. ThoWp@eas@ **"* of the. lovely cedar someoneChristmas
Restaurant celebrating
have bought and moved Into the' the Capitana
Christmas tree given them by George I ,
Miss Joan Whelchel's 16th birthday.
former Hogan Smith home at 567 N.
Walnut Street. Mrs. Norman Thompson
has transferred back as employeeat
Bradford County Health Department on your
a position she formerly held

while living here- years ago. Dr. Manuel Maralit I


Gerald and Ordy Greenly and General Practice list
dough rs VTlna and Claudie, of ,
Lawtej spent Dec 9 weekend at Fort ,
Gordon Ga. with their son/brother Announces the NewHours 'MCI mod )11',1 f '
who c< npleted 7.2 weeks of basic I.jo') 'I ,
trainin"with thejJJ.S..Army. During "' bran iff >
of His al ,111"1: ,
gradua on, Pie Theodore F. Greenly IBUM Offfces l 1.n19111' : gift e d
was se cted as Number 1 our of 'm olr 1 'OVOJir wW hMcO 401-icL
trained
H Keystone Heights ,
award ss tm Nightingale St., 473-4712. al nuM. ris
merit fof Demonstrated Performance 9.12 Mon. thru Fri. except Wed:
Out; PfcCn.mlj Is now assigned ersati
to AIT1Radio h 44 on of Field Starke 142 W. Call 964-8206 .

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: Bradford County was approved nie Belle Waters of Union County to approval 'Of the Regional Planning In Valdosta Ga. on Bradford ty Jail In lieu of $1,050 bond. in recovering stolen property Is alack
North Central Florida Regional Council be members of the North Central Council mapping the county if it costs County charges of'' burglarizing the Primary Items pilfered were of description of the property anda t
at a meeting held at the Holiday Florida Regional Planning Council. no more than $1,500. Gaines. at that Michael Conner home on Bayless firearams, Sheriff Dolph Reddish 'lack of serial numbers, the sheriff
Inn In Gainesville Thursday, Dec. 4. Gov. Graham appointed a third of time, suggested that the commission Highway near Starke points, out, Sheriff Reddish urges
The money will be used accordingto the members of the council with the hold up on approving the mapmakinguntil Kenneth Daniel Klnchen, 30, of Major problem his deputies or a. residents to, list serial numbers.
L.M. Gaines, Bradford County other two-thirds of the board ap- a contract Is received from the Gainesville Is charged with the -
planning and zoning director, to finish pointed by counties and planning council burglary. Lt. Glen Moore of the Brad- 1Bradford I
mapping the county with street municipalities.Next ford County Sheriffs Departmentwent
names and numbers. meeting of the North Central Gaines \told the commission that to Valdosta and brought Kln Middle SchoolDates
I Gaines pointed out larger maps will Florida Regional Planning Council road signs are up all over the countynow. chen back to Starke to face the
be used with smaller maps reproduced will be held Monday, Dec. 22. at the Gaines and the commissioners charge. Kinchen turned himself In to To Remember.. :! of art'Is a'chalk stencil design using
from the original maps. Holiday Inn US-90 West in Lake City. are anxious to have a county map so the Valdosta police station saying he Tuesday, Dec. 16 BMS Advisory .red and blue chalk. Her abstract I
Gov. Bob Graham appointed James Bradford County commissioners at the new road; signs! will have meaning.! was wanted for the Conner burlgary. Committee Meeting, 6:30 p.m. PTO design Is'' created by a geometric.
I Meeting In BMS gym -730.: Programwill triangular'shape. Angela Is in Ms.
be under the direction of Don Hardin's 5th period art class. Congratulations -
Hardy, Chorus Director. Everyone Is Angelal'!
II e. .. .. .. .. .. .. Brooker News soas- -asso- as e., onme- so .. ea e. e. e. .. cordially Invited to attend. f I
Thursday, ''Dec. 18 BMS Band
by Mrs.C.E."Sue" Davis Richard Ezzell portrayed Dorothy the New River Baptist Church Satur Sapp Tootale Tucker, Suzanne Dyal, Concert In the BMS gym 8 p.m. No ad-. 1st Un. Methodist
Phone 4H.V! I.MI: I Buddy Paterson, the Wizard of Oz, day at 2:30: Sunday aFternoon. Sharon Fussell.(Debbie Crutchfield mission for children and a donation of 511
Joanne Fussell and Karen Smith Students of Mrs Countryman performing Drew Andrews. Carol Fussell Toll $1 for adults Money collected will go Schedules. Events -. ''f.
Church Munskins, Joan Watson and Anne were: Joshua Crawford, Twist, Cindy Lou Countryman and toward new and uniforms for the Group :2 of the United Methodist ,
Prayer meeting will be held at th Lloyd witches, Gail Cook a good Ginger Adams Vince Robinson. Barbara Stacy Hayes. The public is invited. BMS Band. Women will be having a FellowshipHall t
Brooker Baptist Church Wednesdayat witch Cathy Hobbs and Martha Balkcom, Ronda Alvarez, Friday Dec. 12, the young single Friday,Dec. 19- BMS Chorus Con Carport Bake It Rummage Sale .
7 p.m. followed by choir practice at Pillow the Tin Twins Marilyn Jeanne Andrews, Sandy Crutchfield adults of the New River Baptist cert, 7:30: Admission the BHS Friday Dec 12, from 9 a.m. -1 p.m. .
730.: The choir is preparing for a Vellenga Whirlwind Dorothy Michelle Burkhalter Mary Ann An- Church will have a Christmas Party Auditorium. $1.50. .Rev. and Mrs. Langer have invited
Christmas Cantata "The Story of Jackson the house, Judy Burrows drews, Ronda llarrell, Naomia Hines, at the home of their teacher Janette December 19 Last day of schoolfor the. MYF to a special program and
Christmas" to be presented In the Lion, Laurie Ezzell scarecrow, Cor- Nannette Stalnaker, Annett Balkcom, Hayes The young adults will cook the Christmas Holidays. Students will refreshments at the parsonage Dec.
church Sunday Dec. 14 immediatelyafter inne Wiedenthal Snow White and Charlene Thomas,Connie Moody,andCathy meal then be served the food by Mr. return to class Monday January 5. 14 at 7 p.m.
Sunday School. The annual Ann Starling the Yellow brick road. O'Guin and Mrs. Hayes and Rev. and Mrs. The results of the State Assessment December 21 The Chancel Choir
Christmas program will be held at 7 On that same morning. Dewey Refreshments were, served to all Countryman. This will be very In- Tests have not arrived as of yet. We will present their Christmas Cantata
p.m. that night Everyone is invited to McKinney, principal of BMS and the guests and performers after the teresting as the meal will be served in will be sending them home as soon as "Carol of Christmas" by Peterson, at
come and worship and enjoy the day. Grover Howard from project pass, recital. The first service they arrive and hope that will be the 11:00: a.m. worship service. At 7
Thursday. Dec. II is the church- judged the costume contest. Winners Mrs. Countryman wishes to an- could consist plate and silverware. before the Christmas Holidays. p.m. the Sunday School Departmentwill
wide skating party. Participants are were as follows: Kindergarten nounce there will be another recital Four pieces if this is the request then Artist of the Week: November have their Children's Christmas
to be at the church at 6:JO p.m. Don't "Raggedy Andy", Mitchell Gainey; Sunday, Dec 14 at 2:30 at the church say three items of food. Woe be unto 24-Carolyn HIlliard. Carolyn's art Party & Program. .
forget, bring your own refreshmentand "Cat in a Larissa Scott; 1st with a different group of students. the person that ordered 4 pieces of work Is a pilgrim scene done in December 24-9:00 p.m: ChristmasEve
skate fee.Tommy grade "Little Red Hen" Douglas This will be a vocal as well as a silver and no plate. You only get the crayon. She is in Ms. Hardin's 5th Candlelight Service. Everyone Is .'
and Linda Cox will Loyd; 2nd grade"The Black Spider", musical recital. Those performingwill items asked for at each service. period art class. She did a fine 'job welcome.
chaperon the young people's class at Josh Crawford; 3rd grade "Robin be: Jason Stalnaker Sarah Folks don't you think that will make portraying the early pilgrim life. December 28 11:00: a.m. Don Den- '
a pizza party followed by bowling in Hood", Harold Mayben; 4th grade, Crews, Debbie Parrlsh Jenny Sue for an Interesting evening? We will Good work, Carolyn. ton Sunday. Rev. Denton will be
Gainesville Saturday night, Dec. 13. "The Pirate", Al Lowe; 5th grade, Countryman, Penny Stalnaker Kay try and let you know how It turns out Artist of the Week Angela preaching. .
The Secret Sisters annual "Ben Franklin", Kevin Starling; Crosby, Priscilla Welch. Sue Ann in the next column. Williams-December Angela's work I
Christmas social will be held In the "Bashful" Greg Mayben; 6th grade
fellowship hall beginning at 7:30: Friday "Laura Ingels" Donna McDavid
Dec. 12. All secret sisters are urg- Brooker Elementary Christmas
ed to be in attendance. Bring your gift program sponsored by the PTA will -
In a brown bag and avoid getting be held Thursday night Dec. 18 under
caught with It. the direction of Sharon McNeille.
The grades 1 thru 7 children's Cathy Hobbs first graders
PANTRY PRIDE ,
Christmas party will be held at the presented the play Hansel and Gretel. I THIS HOLIDAY SHOP II
fellowhsip hall 6:30: p m Monday Hansel was portrayed by Shawn
Dec. 15 with a pizza party Bass, Gretel by Home Stafford and
Tuesday, Dec. 16. will be the the witch was Bobbie Sue Fletcher. A Great Food&Gift
associational pastors and wives very special thanks to Anne Starlingand
Christmas fellowship to be held in Karen Smith for helping to make ,

Starke. the play success. i iPRonol"
Wednesday, Dec. 17, a business! Nurse Myers visited the school
meeting will be held at the church Tuesday to talk with the kindergartenclass EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A
followed by choir practice at 7 p m. on good health practice MONEY
Sarah Douglas,daughter of Mr.and
Scholl Mrs. Ernest "Pete" Douglas, was BACK
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A mini.space walk for the March of awarded a certificate on channel 5 at GUARANTEE of o
Dimes was held at Brooker School 7 p.m. Dec.7. She was also introducedto
Friday, Dec. 5. All of the school participated some of her favorite public televi-
.The class winner was Cathy sion characters while in the studio. SIIPlR SUPER
Hobbs' first graders. They received a Sarah was a participant in the second I sV [R 'T I
March of Dimes "Order of the Bat- annual "Put yourself in our holiday .
tered Boot" emblem patch. Those picture"art contest held by WUF TV. : l ..oe3'I' : :-,. sir
receiving T.shirts with the same Sarah's art work was one of the three :' OFFi: ; I
emblem for collecting (the most. funds chosen out of over 1000 entries. Congratulations I !&; ( ,.. ,
were: 1st-Larry Parrish; 2nd Jerrold Sarah, we are real proudto "
Mace; and 3rd.Sarah Crews. have you represent our school. u
SUNSHINE
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The Brooker intramural soccer program The grand opening of the new :
started last week Fifty-six "Chick & Fish" Restaurant at
boys and girls signed up to par Brooker is scheduled for Friday Dec. : CHEEZ-IT IWITHTMI8COUPOHOOOOYHUBB.
ticipate. Practice for six, seven and 12. Owners P.L. "Charley" Benton : : "
eight .olds will be on Monday. extend .. g
year and wife, Fran wish to a .
Nine years and up will practice on welcome to all. Fran has been In the : 2Sci ; MMM SAVEC .. .IdtlIIJ-!: '__..I'. r
Wednesday.The food business most of her life. Work 100& awes JUIC1(. _
Brownies presented the puppet ing for several years in New York : PKQ : ..-8WEE ,.a. .fOI! .S=.;a .JZ:<,.-It.1!_ ...... e"
play "Hansel and Grelel', under the stale then coming south working in ..000.11 _' apex:, ..$ ANIOU"' gf'BV ., =
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direction of their leader : it i 9e0. : ,; 'loo "APPLES.1.
Cathy
O'D.
Starke and Gainesville in various "J.H.: :: [ ART SO Oil .MORE TANGERINES PEARS
Hobbs. The puppets! were made by the restaurants. Charley moved to Starkein r IBDCn TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED : LB

brownies using paper bags! Gretel 1948. Friends will remember ..r..ltar............. SAVE ao A L..COUNTRY STAND SAVE io.PACKBD nUN DAILY SAVE...-.FRESH ASSORTED
was portrayed by Karen Stokes. The Charley as the former owner of Ben- I'' LBl58 Slaw Salad PKQ,48* Cello Greens. 0 99*
stepmother was! Sarah Douglas, ton Awning Co. of Starke. Brooker Mushrooms. or 4; .
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father-Tracy Raulerson, three birds- to the says T>A...-CANADIAN SASS JO-.FRESH ENDIVE, BOMAINBOR' SAVE.a' LARGE HEADS
residents are happy see new .
Meleia Bishop, Megan Navalany and business in our area and hope you will Rutabagas LB 18* Escarole pico.39* Calif. Lettuce.2/98*
Stephanie Gainey The wicked witch come and help welcome them to our
LOW PRICE
was Lisa Drawdy. town. "
Friday, Dec. 5, the school had a
"Show Your Color" Garnet and "sltES:
Day. 'OR
Around Town
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gold for the Seminoles and orange and Mrs. Ernestine BETTY CROCKER .
blue for the Gators. The 5th and 6th children of Gainesville and Kenneth SPECIAJ.ITYPOTATOES; Y ." :
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grades divided up and played a mock Huss and children of High Springswere sass'.'.ClAUD"
game between FSU and UofF" The Sunday guests of their mother. PurexBleach.. .79*
game was tied 18 to 18. Richard Mrs. Earnest Russ. '. > .... J .. q
Ezzell, P.E. instructor ..eA. SAVE ia>-...COHTADItiV' f A rnw.
9 quarterbacked Karen Whitehead and son Stewart, AUGRATIN. HASH BROWN, 99
for UofF and Buddy Paterson along with her parents, the Warren CREAMED OR SCALLOPED !, Tomato Sauce. 4/8134 'L 2
principal, quartered for the Mizells, enjoyed a long holiday AVI VM COmVUMHA .M
Seminoles. Touchdowns were made weekend at Circus World last week. 5.5oz: Tomato te 3/8 al "
by Tim Davis, Mike Smith Lorenzo Mr. and Mrs. One Prescott entertained -
Prescott, Lamar Barnes and David SAVE 200.MM '/ of i9
a group of friends and relatives .... ... *
Hamilton. ---- Wesson Oil 239 RAVE io'*
from throughout the state at a holiday . .. saw Mulgi
Brooker Elementary School luncheon in their home last Thursday. 69 Noodles.AwIVIoe. .571 Prtilrie ;
honored Book Week this past week. The Paul Prescott family visited AVH4-19..REGULAR O.HOT
Children were asked to read a book or her mother in Lakeland Sunday. .. ; Hormel Chili. .69* Del Monte Drinks' 69*
story then dress like a character from
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The staff and teachers put on their Rev and New Mrs.River James Church Countrymanwere Saltines (sunsHine) 69 0 lOW PRICE White Acre I Pea*P39'%2 ,!

"revised edition" of the Wizard of Oz. hosts at a music recital held at BAVII.clIO' oR CRUSHED SAWN SO".as LB eHAMr'I I q I

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Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C. SAVE S'.as a f.ALUMINUM i0- i

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I I County Doings:Court .,Larry Thornton Pleads Guilty in Beating of Off-Duty Officer ''I




I, tion A Starke for a man and was fined placed on proba wished to change his plea. fined $275.50 and his license was and was ordered to pay court costs of 12 miles east of Starke. Judge charge of battery against Sanford. I
Dec I year $1,063 Mon Judge Sanders accepted the change revoked by the court for six months. $55.50. Sanders fined Prim$170. *and revok--
after
day, he
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changed his plea of plea, withheld adjudication of guilt The state dropped a charge of no valid, ed his license for 30 days
to of
guilty of -Assistant
battery a former and placed Thornton on probation for drivers license after Aston pled guilty State Attorney Terry
highway patrol officer in Bradford one year under the supervision of the to the other case. Yawn announced that a charge of -Billy Joe Sanford changed his pleato
County Court. county court with four conditions. disorderly Intoxication against John guilty of trespass of the Janice San-
Larry Thornton That Thornton violate no laws of Leroy Burton was placed on court Elton Lott was dropped by the state. ford property last Oct. 10 at Rt. 3, Box
battery of former was charged with Florida, have no contact with officer probation for six months after he pled Larry Prim changed his plea to 1095, Starke. Sanford was placed on
Cory,who was off duty trooper at Randy Cory, make restitution to the officer guilty to trespass after a warning of guilty of driving with unlawful blood probation for six months,ordered by
the
the incident last June time of and pay a fine of$1,063.In the Bennie Terrell property last Aug. alcohol. He was charged August 31 of the court to violate no laws, stay off
in 6, which took 27. Burton was ordered by the court to this year by Trooper W.M. Abrams of the Janice Sanford property,and pay The first known wheel was
the
place ., lobby of the Holiday Inn other cases: stay away from the Terrell property driving while Intoxicated on CK-21-B court costs of$55. The state dropped a created about 3,000 B.C. In

William V. Forsyth, Starke, was what I Is now southern Russia.
Cory Is nOw a wildlife officer based found not guilty by a Jury of three ,.
in Bradford County. counts of battery of Joan Forsyth last, .. II II .1 I. I. II II I. II S Lawtey Newsby .1 .. .1 .. "I II II II II I. I. .. .. I

Records show Aug. 15.
Cory was'off duty ELizabeth Terry overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs.Tom Mrs. Eula Mae weekend
and Thornton struck Donald Ervin Bary of Jackson- with their son-in-law and .
McNeal .
Cory in his found.
nose and cheek with his ears, was Phone 782-3300 Tatum, Jr. They visited their aunt, ville, visited her mother, Mrs. Selma daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly -
.not guilty of while
flats In the by a jury driving
lobby of the local hotel., intoxicated In a traffic case that took Church Activity: Miss Elizabeth Terry for a while Eunice of Starke Nursing Home on and Justin of Jacksonville. ,
, place last Highland Missionary Baptist Saturday morning.Mrs. Saturday. Wayne Hardee and children gave
!
The case had been scheduled to go July 20. Church will be presenting a Willie Bentley of Cave Springs Randy Roberts joined the National his wife a surprise birthday party on
to trial when Thornton,through ins attorney Michael J. Aston was allowed to Christmas Caroling Caravan Ga., spent a week with her son- Guard and left Monday for Basic Nov. 26. All her family and friends
Assistant Public Defender Ted change guilty to driving throughout the Highland and Lawtey in-law Mr. Jack Crews and sons, Training In Fort Jackson, South came.
f' I Curtis, notified Bradford County while intoxicated\ last Sept. 13 on communities. All members their while her daughter, Mrs. Aline Crews Carolina. Miss Erda Wilson,sister of Col. and ,
.% Judge Elzie S. Sanders that his client CR-18 one mile west of Starke.He was children and guests are invited to was in the hospital. Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her Mrs. Wm. Wilson, returned to her "
meet at the church at 5 p.m. Saturday Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of home In Palm Beach on Thrusday.
Dec. 13, to join the Caroling Smith regret to learn that their Gainesville Monday until Wednes Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Brown and
I CHRIST LUTHERAN Caravan. A weiner roast will be held mother, Mrs. Lillie Mitchell of Indianapolis day. daughter Shawna, visited their
I' at the church following the caroling Ind., has had surgery in Sandy Thomas of
CHURCH activity. Hendricks County ital. Our Julius Eunice of Starke, visited his Jacksonville, on Sunday.Mr. .
Christmas Dance:Sponsored by the prayers are with them and her. parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
Xi Pastor Glen Lawtey DYO, Friday Dec. 19 from 7- Mrs. John Tye, Sr., visited her Friday. their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Schmlege 473-2419 10:30: In the Lawtey Elementary daughter Mrs. Tommy Talley and Mrs. Novas Ward of Starke,and her Seaver, Sr., of Jacksonville, on Fri
Cafeteria. children of Jacksonville, on Thursday father, E.A. Sapp of New River, I
Church Personals: visited Mrs. Pierce Crews on Sunday day.Mrs.. Wayne Hardee and children
Service 10:30: AM Friends of Mrs..Aline Crews regretto Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville, spent afternoon. attended a birthday party for her
learn that she is a surgical patientIn Saturday with his parents Mr. and Robert Mosley. of Panama City, nephew, Jason Chesser, of Clay Hill, ti
Keystone Lion's Club Orange Park Hospital, Orange Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. His daughter, Mrs. spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. on Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
Park. Shirley Knowles and baby of Mann- Wayne Hardee and went hunting.Mrs. and Mrs. Fleam Starling,
*Sunday School :and Terry Futch and son Bruce, of Ing, spent Saturday afternoon with Pierce Crews and her niece, visited their son and daughter-in-law, l I,
Bible School
Resumed II AM Jacksonville Beach, were Friday them. Mrs. W.F. Atwood, Sr., were business Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and
visitors in Jacksonville on Tuesday. family of Brycevllle, on Friday after-
Mrs. Earl Troxell spent the noon.Community.

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V by Elizabeth G Walker day-Choir rehearses 6 p.m. Sunday
'" A Phone 91-8683 School 9:45.: Morning 11 a.m.' 3 p.m. I
Notice! Fashion Extravaganza and the choir will sing at Starke Nursing
I !: Social Gathering, December 13, 8 Home. Evening worship 6 p.m.
p.m. in RJE Cafeteria Complex. Ml. Zion AME Church: There will
Tickets are being sold by all be a board meeting Friday 7:30.: All
4 YOU CAN'T members of Greater Allen Chapel members are asked to attend.Sunday
AME Young Choir. Donation $1.50. School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11
BUY BETTER Semi-formal attire. a.m. and 3.
Ml. Morlah United Methodist
.SO WHY Francis Chapter 140 Order of Eastern Church: Sunday School 9:30.

,PAY MORE? Star: Invites you to its 68th anniver- Christmas rehearsal Sunday 4 p.m. I
sary of The Thanksgiving service of Pleasant Grove United :Methodist '
St. John The Evangelist Sunday, Church: Sunday School only.
SUPER ./IPlR RAPER Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. Philadelphia Baptist First Born Church of The Living

I Church, Lawtey, Fla. Clarence God: Tuesday 7:30:: Bible Study. Fri
Williams instructor at Community day Tarrying Service 7:3: (). Sunday I
Day Care Center will be the speaker. School 10:30.: Morning Worship 11:30.:
68 BUY-1 'GET1FREE Bradford County Christian MIs- YPCW 6 pm. Evening Service 8 p.m.
sionary and Literary Society will Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist

1* have Its .Christmas party Monday, Church: Monday 6 p.m.
Dec. 22. Christmas rehearsal. Tuesday 7:30
1 All members of the singing groupare Prayer Meeting. Wed. 7:30: ( All Mission
WISE asked to please be present and on Circles will meet at the church.

OIL ITEMS S PRICES OOOD THUKS PUFFED time at rehearsals. Our Caroling ac- Thursday 7:30 Story Hour. Friday
DEC QUANTITY 11 THRU noHTS WEB DEC ln IT. I9OO.. tivities will begin Sunday., Dec. 21, 6:30: the Junior Choir and Junior
.,I : :'CHEESE"DOODLES Monday Dec.22 and Tuesday Dec. 23. Ushers Board will meet. Saturday 8-
,Me X$ The Calvary Baptist Church will pm. the Ushers will sell dinners.! F
present Its Christmas program Fri- Saturday 6 p.m. the annual church

........ day night Dec. 19, at 8 p.m. Theme: conference will be held. All membersare
GREENWICH BRAND a La box Boa PACKAGE The True meaning Christmas. Rev. asked to be present. Sunday the
ROCK CORNISH 1"98Ma LUUT.I PURCHASE Nil I FAMILY. Alphonso Jenkins, pastor. Young People will be in charge of ser
1 HEn WINGS Dell Chapter 168 O.K.S. The mon- vices. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning

NEW ZEALAND thly meeting will be held Thursday, Worship 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30: pm.
( n GENUINE, WHOLE fro"T LBs A S Dec. 11 at 7:30:: in the Masonic Hall on Deaconess Board meeting 5 p.m.
LAMB IlII! IMF Brownlee Street. All members are Women Home Mission 6 p.m.
a O Ou..tA.ciiac seuA. 8178 asked to be present. Greater Allen('hapel1.: ..:('III/r('),:
CUT_ )aLMH BOAOT U.!.s. Church Activities: The Christmas Program will be

LOTHOWMM BaAL ........... GILLETTE'SWIVEL New Bethel Baptist Church: A presented Sunday December 14, 6
POLISH M POUND business meeting will be held Friday p.m. All members are asked to
---A---Un SAUSAGE 8188 RAZOR Dec. 12 at 7:30: the last meeting of the cooperate. Sunday School 19( a.m.
: >Kim: Wr o \
year. All members are invited. Saturday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Sir loin Steak. .u'298 BOI'IILUSIIIIP So !B ,Dec 13. all board members and St. John :Missionary lluillHtChurch
,wviW>.i..ovmiu MM. unr MI. l C'',Spare Ribs. u*! $188 PAK asked to meet at New Bethel In Starke Sunday. Church service 11 a.m. and 4

.Alh e)<*AL..OVlB 3 LBa MOK.D '" SAVE! 40'0r':1! : to prepare the program for the Extra p.m. 2nd and 4th Sunday. Choir
Day session. Prayer meeting each rehearses 6 Wed. Christmas
a p.m.
Slab Bacon': .\ L.90 ;".1 HORMEL! CURE 81 e was SAVE a..-1 PAK OILLBTTB
< Wed. 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. practice will be held weekdays 4:30.: I
iW&fe : aeura -- 98 BONELESSHAMS ) Good News.594 Morning Worship 11 a.m. Communon Conference will be held Friday before I
PlclVo'The' tl18 $298 GAVE.......T. PAnrmr mo FLUORIDEToothpast4a.uNT. service 5 p.m. the 2nd Sunday 7:30.:: Visitors are .
; .* 6 9 0 Church of God In Christ: Tuesday 7 welcome to church services. l,

GAVE 70".To LOTIONShaInpo Pastoral Band. Friday 7:30: Church: of God of Prophecy: Sunday ..:
Teaching. Sunday School School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
.n... '.,_ __ o.az,1, : :.. ., 129 9:30.: Morning worship 11:30.: YPWW a.m. Evening Worship 7:30.:

ea ...... GAVE 10.<..TUBB LOTION CONDITIOrtPIt 5:30.: Evening service 7:30.: The pastor Basketball Game: >
.. Shampoo. -::: $129I'NYQUIL will be in charge of services all day.. There will be a basketball game in ",
NAP BrvER BBBAKPAST .
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68* 'fR 2tN: (. Yr......-.........-...--- Antioch Missionary Baptist RJE Gym Saturday, Dec. 13, at 7:30.: ,
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a2 ig .RoJls :.,. ." Cottage Cheese. .98'* Church: Each Thursday Prayer All basketball fans are invited to at
MV6 r..ILO Tao ma.A.HTIYRMT W S. Meeting'and Bible Study 7 p.m. Satur- tend.
GAVE SO Cy CUM MBAKtTOHMSour
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Ft 1flB ....... _....je>..tv.MUlnCMIOffWUT.COOAtDMMNIIM_ PIZZA Cream. .. 48 MEDICINE I
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jjjBAVB( _am rjn,PUSH BONA" '" SAYS>.* MM CUP PANTRY PRIDE. $199 .

Sunnyland 8AC1IAQII. a so' 8 9" .. Sour'Cream .-v. .78* boa 'SAVE 60 :;// ? Bass r

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SAVE ir. IOM FROZEN FARM PRIDE OF Saturday, Nov.' 22, the Bradford About 1pm. Don Brown. Don

cI Corn ,I. .. 3PaozNaor. /*1 JOAN ARC Bassmasters had their monthly tour Thompson, myself and Mr. Bryant
I F nament on Santa Fe and Alto Lakes.At decided to go fishing and return
} Ore-Ida sHOIOTATO/IS e TRInO.. 87 C, 'KIDNEYBEANS good daylight all boats left the before 4 p.m. to look for the keys.
I '- Mr s..I-.RMItl1.r vA9N NAa1.0. landing except Neil Crawford, Don Don Brown and I headed for Big
CISI Cloverleaf Rolls2/984 Brown, Don Thompson. and Mr. R.F. Santa Fe (man was it rough!),
We settled down'on the east shore ?
.AVBMM UNCLE' .... .Gave 10*.IS Pan. BOTAL Bryant.I we should have stayed and began to fish we made a million

Wild Rice 99Avsirata FARMBEST Cookies COATIllIALj. ,.T9AVB LIGHT OR DARK home, especially Don Brown. Casts. Don finally landed a small
a
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ISozCAN3l Don had a mite of bad luck. bass.
10*2OOLOEK TOPPumpkin .
GCI"" First, he threw Don Thompson'skeys
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Lux Liquid' ., .- ., ICE .CREAK Pie I :"> ., at Don, the keys hit Don in the We returned to the landing about
GAVE tea Mo*GOLDEN TO*
GAVE Tti 14. chest, and bounced into the water. 3:45: p.m. only to find most of the
.: AII. .39 WRHTIISCO.POIleONOOG Mince Meat Ple; ."it, 189TN. Then Don began to strip off to enter Bassmasters on the hill. .
Larsens Veg-
............DBC.IT. l.Vt. MVa IF Ia-A... .aM.1MtRer O.GAh the water to search for the keys. After all weighed their catch,
..-."COUNT 99' 0 -.............. Rye Bl'ead'r'y'.. ,. 690Ii SAVE :23 As he was pulling his shoes off, he Wayne Hall was the winner Jim Cole I
Bounce PABUICSOPTEN.w. GAVE...ta MCHAHMOn fell off the back: seat of my boat, fallIng placed second Jim also landed the
---------------- ------------------ --p--------------- against me, knocking me over my bass
1 79tflAV. largest 7'4 pounder.
Pastel Mints.' a
I. steer in CLEAN, breaking my steering Santa Fe Is awfully low, sure need'. '
S' aot SALERMOGinger wheel OFF!
rain to bring back
:. 1 Well 'S VE'4o, :c sulS5\ 't.FF; : ,r I Snaps ,II, .89AVSirIMMBAT Well,at this point Don was afraid to some Congratulations to Wayne up.and Jim,
touch anything else. they 'worked hard Jim is one of our, ,.
s I told him to be sure and put a life newest members,
j GAIN .MELLOW ROAST KLEENEX i Bultonl Ravloll2/'l jacket on before entering the water. As you can see,Jim seems to'know
'' SAVE 10-l_LOTS SLICED OK H About 7:43: a.m. Don Thompson and
DETERGENT COFFEE DIAPERS' t"e how to fish. We would like to extend a
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,Da"00"P. II COUNT.. Del -Monte p. cMB.59vsus. Mr. R.F. Bryant, decided they would warm welcome to Jim. I know he Is a
TOO MT(L.M WITH COUPON, 1 U 00 PAY. ....*..NRWBOHn-WITH COUPON I .sstzsnn: &: ,wMunuXo.Pudding .' go ahead and fish Don said he would, hard nosed fisherman.
SITE THIS COUPON OO .
Tuna WIND.ParIT.,2960 THIRD ..... Cup.
/ TOWN WBIX,Doc, IT ".0. DBC 17 ItM.49MBOX Don Brown and myself headed for tournament date. Location will be
I wtitdl/._WOA l11HaOHfOV. _WfraHi." ..... A>aIQrII.IIH" : i In 1../-Mnt V aYM tlS.r aN 1AT0Marshmallows' Keystone to pick up Don'i boat, so decided: at the December mrdeting. i

: .! 394Spaghetti Don could continue to look; for the At this time in behalf of the Brad- t

-----------------------------------------------u.-------, keys.I ford Bassmasters, I would like to ex-
AicB.79* headed for Starke to get a new' tend a Merry Christmas and a Happy ..
.. steering wheel put on. New Year to each and all.
t\V: LOWP'RIC.gS' ": SAVE 4w LOUISIANA "
EVERY 4/l About 12:00: noon (Cor later) I returned I don't know If they found them keys: -
Hot Sauce. to the lake to find Don Brown, Don, yetI
Thompson Mr. Bryant looking for the Bass Wishes
keys. Still no keys!). IC/1 roo...,_


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Tornado senior
guard Steve

; r Marks number 20,
Hand Tornadoes 0-2 StartThe S ybi'' rises above the

o' I Santa Fe defense to
trigger on a

1980-81 basketball season for timeout with 3:37: left the count: was home before a spirited group of some Jumper In Tuesdaynight's

Bradford High got off to a rocky: 0-2 Tornadoes Host Palatha TuesdayThe back to 28-27. 250 fans, who bellowed out support for '' y game.
start the Tornadoes falling prey to BHS boys next play at home "We hit that thing and got that the home club from the time Bradford I p w Marks hit for 18
St. Augustine's full court press last Tuesday night Dec. 16, against seven point lead and I though we were broke onto the floor with its new-look ink ?' : w points and, as the

Friday night and then squandering a Palatka's defending district and fixing to blow It right out," Sexton uniforms until game's end, the cards N ',l BUS Scoreboard led shows,
seven-point third quarter lead against region champ Panthers. That said afterwards. "Then we had those were stacked too greatly in the Iwu1 through
Santa Fe Tuesday night .- but BHS follows a road game at Baker County three turnovers and that was it. That visitor's favor: l$ a r halftime and by
Coach Mike Sexton still sees Friday night. Both games tipoff at was the turning point." est ,e ) ;, ), seven midway
The racehorse'Jackets had through the third
already r
smoother ahead. 8 p.m. following JV contests. The teams traded a couple of
sailing ;
up 4 I
behind them bA( period, but lost
The out for the 3 games when they by
"You know we Just turned the ball pairings are buckets into the final period until the
screeched into town for the BHS l three.
t
Orange Park Christmas Tournament Raiders went Into semi-stall
over too many times the first two a againstthe
times out," Sexton said after Tuesday set for Thursday-Saturday, BHS zone with a 33.32 lead and homecourt lid-lifter Friday night, a i
night's 47-44 homecourt loss to Santa Dec. 18.20 and the Tornadoes will seven minutes left. They scored the 54-46 win over Jacksonville Paxon
Fe, "But there's so many positive open Thursday night at 6:30 against next two buckets to up the margin to and losses to Clay (65-62)) and
things I keep seeing out there, I can Gainesville P.K. Yonge, which made 37-32 and had the lead for good. powerhouse Daytona Seabreeze
see it coming. I'm looking for us to putit the class AA state tourney final 4 BHS made one last gasp effort ((83-44). That game experience plus +,P
all together at one time and when last year and returns 6-8 all-state against the stall when Marks was the unfortunate fact that, as is their
that happens we're going to be tough. center Randall Leath. PKY also fouled away from the ball and hit both habit, the Yellow Jackets slapped on ,r
We just need to get more consistent. plays at BHS later this season, Friday ends of a ore-and-one and Emmett a demanding pressure defense on the v
Last night Steve Marks had a real Jan. :30 Watkins dropped in a 17-footer to pull still wide-eyed BHS club gave the
If the Tornadoes win the tourney the Tornadoes within with visitors too much of an upper hand for
good night ((18 points)." last Friday 42-40 1:11:
Tankard (Ben, 14 points) and Fisher opener they will be assured of play left. But Santa Fe cooly hit three of the Tornadoes to overcome.
( Kerry, 11 points) had good nights ing twice more. Friday's game four foul shots and an open layup BHS simply was not able to handle
scoring for us. Tankard, Fisher, and would be against host Orange Parkat behind the BHS press in the final the zone and man-to-man backcourt
Thompkins (Eddie) are more than 9 p.m. with. The championshipgame minute to preserve the win. pressure St. Augustine clamped on. 20
capable of scoring in double figuresfor is set for 9 p_m. Saturday night times in the first quarter alone BHS
us constantly. Eddie hasn't found with the consolation game at 7 p.m. St. Augustine 72 BUS 55 turned the ball over, ending with a E-1
In the bottom half of the draw Ed massive total of 41 miscues, not even
himself yet he s a lot better scorer As far as the Tornadoes were con-
than he's indicated In the first two White and Palatka meet Thursday cerned Friday night the St. Augustine considering the four times BHS was _.
night at 8:30 with the winner takingon whistled for offensive fouls in the
ballgames. When it all comes Yellow Jackets were in the wrong
together at the same time we'll be Clay High at 7 p.m, in Frlday'ssemi's. place on the schedule at the wrong front court.
there." time. So, even though the Tornadoesmore
than held their own in the board
Despite the fact that BHS was at
battle behind Eddie Thompkins (13
Santa Fe 47 BUS 44 rebounds) and Ben Tankard ((10 more

Tuesday night's game was a battleof 'Wi ,._,_,,_.,", C, ,,,,_. ... .. .. .,, caroms) they triggered off just 54 k' !
defenses as the Raiders kept BHS shots to the 'Jackets 66. And many of at a y (, }

from using its inside ,-." .," '>.". ." SA's chances came from point-blank

the offensive boar,,? range after steals.Amazingly .
Tornado defenses pushed Santa: r-e into '" BHS hung within range

an outside shooting game. While for most of the game despite its gross
the Tornadoes hit only 34 percent of of turnovers. The 'Jackets built up
their floor shots Santa Fe wasn't leads of 12-3 and 20-11 behind the playof

much better, netting only 37 percent. 6-1 Ammon Harris the only starter
Close throughout the first half it back from the 20-6 'Jacket team of a
was 10-B() Santa Fe's way after the first year ago and leading scorer on the the same as Bradford's press was no recd ftml ih.*l match for the 'Jackets' and Tankard, 04((41 NI.)
quarter but BHS took a 20-17() halftime night with points. But the lead was Bradford's leading scorer 'with 14 Tunmwn IMw OA 21. IHI...
lead as in the final three minutes -4 only 20-15 at the end of the period and was lost to fouls with 6:21: to play. ,
before the break Marks hit a 32-30 at halftime.
23.footer, Michael Robinson scored The crowd gave; the Tornadoes a Fisher had 11 points for BUS with ,

inside, and Tankard hit a free throw F F '1 V '11"' rousing ovation as the teams headedto Thompkins adding 9, and Carter and
and then a follow shot. .py j.'r '' the locker rooms. Watkins 6 apiece. Fisher led one chart
The Tornadoes opened the second The third quarter was the beginning with 4 assists while Michael Robinson
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half just as hot with Narks poppingIn of ,the end for. Bj $1,$t. i ugugtine, '' tossed In! !5 points| "N/ in a late-game'I'vThi-n ap"pearartceP'M ; ..-I.
shots from both corners and Robinson t, shuttling ev1trji jlayer on da benCh in
scoring on fastbreak feeds from and continuing to play a pressure _
.r
Isam Carter and Tankard. Robinson's game forced Bradford into 13 more ."... to r 14 10 a _
second bucket of the half came after turnovers In the eight minute stanza.A lnoII" o u "10 u 44taiM
tat If M'12 aIntftor .
Fisher had rejected a Raider shot off follow shot by Thompkins gave ....... .
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the board to start a threeononebreak. Bradford its first tie since the opening O-ll.HM' ,HI'.. I 0-1 a tMh.rOMt.H.w.I...s.
Just that quickly BHS had a 5 and Counting tipoff, at 39-39 with 5:01: to go, but that W.f.,li. lll4.c.......-... TIAM Is lcls. ss.

28.21 lead, the largest of the game, With JV cheerleader Sadie McDuffie watching and keeping score at right BUS deadlock was short-lived. 6 con- / It.*...."... JO II II 11 Fat ;your houae on
with 4.13: to go in the period. agriculture teacher Paul llutchins takes aim in the McDonald's halftime free secutlve turnovers allowed the I**"*'* 10 II II II 04| my; low-enerjy
And... just that quickly it disap- throw shooting contest featured at last week's boys varsity basketball games. 'Jackets to build another advantageto IA H..,M s ...M Dllltatw a M s. tr..> J a-0 s,
peared. Santa Fe scored three bang- llulchiim hit 9 of 23 tries last Friday to top math instructor Warney Adkinson 49-39 and it was 54-43 when Harrishit _.. I 44. II., AII.. 4 0-4 H. Pi,.*.,.,.., a 0a -7 S. diati

bang buckets, the last two off of full- and then hit 15 to tie BUS Principal Jim Duncan In Tuesday night's Intermission. at the third quarter buzzer. o.s..-I....i TM.klm'> nAMi, 2 n.1.10-00...n......I N I.M.d? 1 Goad-on's
court pressure steals and before Sex- McDonald's has promised to donate II for each shot the winner hits, thus 121 1-s I. TwAwd I 2 s ... _I IJ ,. 71dw. s 1-0 tr, Servfce4734777 -
ton could halt the string with a towards Bradford High. ..J -2 s.1 I. M4tMai-tl. TMMi It .|...... eth Year of
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i Young BUS 'Wrestlers Open Friday at Buchholz3V I


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An inexperienced group of BHS and District champ Todd Sammons after movJng-: to the varsity-tlt.5t"year. y dolph, junior Stanley Clark, l/n/

wrestlers the will have to grow up fast as ((11.7.1 at 116)), all graduated, and 7 Sophomores Grcg-Thorntgrl and Eric sophomores Jeff Belcher, Tom

Tornadoes minus 7 of last other starters including promising McClenagen alagrha. !.f experience Pierce Curtis Jones, and Roland 1 1QUA
season's 9 Region Tournament sophomore Kenny Wright ((4-9-1 at .behind them. **1>"' Coleman, and freshman Randy
qualifiers, visit Gainesville Buchholz 15"1.) A football knee injury has -[tftl+ ;P'The Balckomb and Brian Davis.
a team that has already won twice, sidelined Wright, probably for the en- Include The Tornadoes
newcomers to
Dec. a new go Macclenny SRBISRSEVERY I
Friday, 12 to another Tornado

open tire mat season. coach and assistant Lanier Clyatt next Tuesday, Dec. 18, and wrestle for
grappling season.lIlatch-time is
6:39 with What the Tornadoes do have back Is and Cole Childers. New r.Li\J1 te4,,on the first time at home against
m.
p junior tilts
varsity
preceding the battles. some strength in the lower weights. the rostertadWfU;senile Kevin Ran- Vanguard Tuesday night, Jan. 6.
varsity ; 4w
Junior Billy Green ((16-8 at 102) was 9
'
BHS will start without J g' 8 fifl
the nucleusof
2nd ;
at District and 4th at Region to ,
the team that was 3-10 in dual for State. I. SHOE
qualify Also. JV graduates _
:
meets last year, 4tli In a S-team JrSWl
Michael McDuffie (soph) and Larry gets Taste
district meet and 12th IN THE ENTIRE STORE1
in Region I. Saucer (junior) have been successfulin ; t -
Gone are heavyweight state run- AAU meets since last season and
nerup Allen Scott ((21.4), Region 5th- brothers John (senior) and Tommy :r WILL BSOlO'! !fAT
placer Danny Nugent (18-4 at 123)), Powell (sophomore) showed ,
promise 1st Defeat
in Bowl. ; 1 A PRICE YOU

WON'T BELIEVE
Bradford County's Jr. Midget a hole and White Plains added a final 1 '
. Tornadoes Also 0-2 Cowboys Lad raced through a banner' score on an 11 yard jaunt by Wayne -mi UNDER

season 9 straight games without a Mitchell to leave the Cowboys on the '_- ", ,
loss-but the White Plains Patriots of short end of the 25-14 score.! It -
Bradford High's JV basketballteam Santa Fe S3 Bradford 36 New York finally slowed the Cowboy $ 00 LADIES

was outmanned its first 2 times The Baby Tornadoes played even express with 25-14 win over the local KONl HtlO IHIItFOOTWORLD 1, Valuo to 3a*
out, losing to St. Augustine and Santa with the visitors In the third quarterbut power In the season-ending Shrine Linda DeWitt
Fe on the Tornado home court.: otherwise the tall bunch from San Bowl game played in Orange Park ,
Friday night BHS visits Baker ta Fe was too much handle Tuesday last Saturday, ', : Finishes SHOES STMKE
County and night at the BHS gym jumping out to
Tuesday night Palatka The game started well for the Brad-
loa E Can 964-1325.
visits the Bradford gym with both JV a 20-8 first quarter lead and winning ford team. Robert Bellamy returnedthe 1st Marathon

games starting at 6:30: p.m. prior to 63-36. opening kickoff 55 yards to get the
varsity contests.JV Dennis Dunlap and Tom Johnsonhit In The .
Cowboys scoring position.
double Linda DeWitt of the
figures for BHS with 11- 13-year-old
Patriots held 'on their 26 but fumbledthe
points each and also led In rebounds Bradford Roadrunners Club com
ball to Mike Chappell on their second -
with 9 and 8 respectively while Santa offensive pleted the endurance test of long
Fe's Harold Lewis led all scorers with play. distance running the 26 mile, 385 '
16 That miscue set up a a 5 yard TD yard marathon last Saturday, and 1 I 1 1I
Gerald Brown and the
Blaine Dyal added 8 points and 5 rebounds run by broke the four hour barrier to boot !in- .
Cowboys led 6-C after the conversion .
and Larry Long had 4 pointsfor the Third Annual Southern Champion-'

Bradford, which hit 10 of 31 field kick The was New missed.Yorkers came storming 'ships and lath( Annual Florida Relays :f t l ujf I 1 I I I 1 ,
goal tries under 33 Greater Gainesville Marathon.
just percent. ,
back on a 43yard run by Wayne Just saying the name of the'
Charles to tie the game 6-6. The extra tfjiitLongchamp I I
marathon wasn't enough to exhaust
,
point failed as the Cowboy defensive 'Linda, she finished in 3 hours, 58
St. .
Augustine 78 BUS 33 Jenkins short of
crew stopped!aIter .
guard aOt St. Augustine's quick Baby Yellow minutes, and 45 seconds to take second 1 I 11
the gold line. _
Mark Pierceeoneentrates Jackets raced out to leads of 20-11 and The Patridtsl' then grabbed the place In the junior women's(19andunder

i 38-13 at the end of the first 2 periodsand halftime lead as Raymond Mitchellran ) category and seventh 1El _,
..., a 'foul shot spoiled the Baby Tornadoes for and Jenkins overall among females. She was 115th _
5 yards >a'score
in a field of ISO: runners In the event,
iluriiiK. the season opener with a 17-point win at
took the EP run in.
KIIS junior the BUS gym last Friday night. Jenkins red from 11 yards out on which Is a registered qualifier for the I -
v0.- The visitors had already played 3 famed Boston Marathon.'
y the seventh play of the second half to *
!AI: 'rlball.p'uer times (winning once) and had the upper DeWltt's run broke the Bradford
the Patriots a 194 margin.In
<.. last hand In the furiously-paced give the fourth quarter with 4:33 re- :Middle School and Club record of I Homes I
Wff... ballgame. Even so BHS never quit,. back around 4 hours 45 minutes set by, Bar-
scoring better maining (tieCowboys\ ; pulled bie Newport in 1978. : '' T..A !, >7"V-1.--|: "
the SA in
against press fromBrown
within l9-14oi"a24yardTD pass
the second half behind the hustling Very few youngsters tried the _
John David Francis. Francis
to
.j.jt1 play or 'distance but four of the local
Larry Long, Blaine Dyal, and toed the conversion boot.
.... : Dennis Dunlap. Roadrunners)attempted.Sixth grader'' r.
I Long paced Bradford with 10 points The Cowboys tried an onslde kick Gene Powell; who has already com :SP;
: ,' .f( ..... :;- while byal hit for< and was the Baby and grabbed the ball but the wobbly pleted one marathon, got Into the 23rd

:,...,.... .:. : .' .11 I Tornado rebound and assist leader kick failed to go the required 10 yards mile.i. George Crews 'and 'Henry 1 I I
"i with) 12 boards got to the 18 mile nd Paul''
: i1 and 4 passes to set up and the Pafrjafs took over. An additional Cooper /
scores. Dunlap had 4 points 10 rebounds .' It yard penalty for unsport- McKinney had a 6:55 per mile pace

/ ,and 3 assists smanlike conduct put!.-the Cowboys,I.in!. .going. .until.ramping,? at the_12th. mile: :



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. .-.. .. "exit i: :FOR BIDS' '':"':." *v,.-? NCrnCI-OllrAPPLfCA-\. < ',. ,..,... ..":,,,"" .,.." ,, ..... iII.' ..' ',". .. '.,'..fIt.-.. mttu/lri"tyTng"ond being inSI1 THE CIRCUIT COURT bid.recorded.. :.,;.; ift .;rJ; a:fI..1 L 11"iici; Wind surety. 1
S48 Stark 'Ff.-:12091: ; \ 1p4 .
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Southwest ofMf APPOrWd
t. ." : MON, FOR. MEZONINGr ";, .I :. T.1GV"'f'i'' the Corner o EIGHTH JUDICIAL ,,1" 1
SEALED BIDS Will B6 ( \ .i/ ., / Of'THe
) Ole ;'< 'owner;, doing : .. 'Storke Florida.
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AND AMENOMINT,101" ,
RECEIVED BV THB' CITY. e\ :; 1 i as THE, .. .. '4 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ,
j; I THI LAND Use PLAN \ bu.lft..1' \ : :. 'M'; ol'.'tth* Th* obewa>"corwtru. the Owner reserve I
COMMISSION Of THE CITY ,. DREAMER. ii. \3. Box : 'Southeast' "A of Section BRADFORD COUNTY. located In .the. the) right to require the I

: OF STARKE. FLORIDA An the ORDINANCE amending 1948,' Stork*,,"! PI.'>:32OTI, t :NO,PROPERTY attorney and the 16. Township 6 South FLORIDA. _of th*Clflyonalwltialritio. successful Bidder to file

AT THE CITY HALL 1 IN Use ComprehensiveLand Plan Element Intendsto register told TO: LINDA DARLENE amount claimed. M the Range 22 East and containing Case No. 80-456. Florida. 'proof of his ability toprefforly I

STARKE. FLORIDA. UN- and Map by Bradford fictitious name under the ENCFIELO. ADDRESS claim It not yet due, Ih* a half acre, more In r*: The Marriage of This project consists of f finance. and ex- I

DECEMBER TIL 7:00: P,M. ON' County Florida In accordance provision of aforesaid UNKNOWN. data when will becom or I***;. all lying and being CHARLES WAYNE PITT- the construction of apt .."t. the proct.| ,

16. 11980'ATWHICH ;: with. the local statute.: YOU ARK HEREBY due shall be stated. If In Bradford County MAN Husband and 01 Proximately 1900 feet of together with his record,
TIME AND PLACE Dated this 3rd day of NOTIFIED'that an action the claim It contingent orunllquida. Florida. TERESA G. PITTMAN new pavement 6590 of successful completion'

ALL BIDS RECEIVED WILL Government Comprehensive December A.D. 1980 In for Dissolution of marriage -' ..... the natur Wile.. square, feet pf> resurfacing of similar projects. Th*. I
BE PUBLICLY OPENED Planning' Tor Act Storke, Fl. 12/11 Mild' -has been filed of the uncertainty shall 'hat; 'been filed againstyou NOTICEOF '*n* ditch crossing, Owner reserves. the right:
of
AND READ ALOUD ON 1975 as provided 163- ot InChapt.r 1/1/81. against you Linda be staled. If the claim I I. and you are requiredto ACTION 2160 lineal feet of 6-Inch to waive, Informalities' In

THE FOLLOWING! Florida Statute .the IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Darlene .....fl.ld. and .secured the security serve a copy of your 'TO, CHARLES WAYNE water main with related any bid and to reject any.
described.. The I defenses, If drainage ,and ar all bids, or to readvarUs -- '
All Taxpayers' FLORIDA, EIGHTH you are required to hall b* : written any. PITTMAN. 188 Columbine appurtenances.
SCRAP 'TO; Cltliens' :
ITEMS 1 l' ; .and. other, Interested JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 'IN serve a copy: of your claimant, hall deliver to It on Alan S. Chrlstner. Drive #4. Casper The City Award will b* mod:
: through"5 a'* AND FOR, BRADFORD written defense II any'' sufficient copies of the Jr. Esquire, plaintiff attorney Wyoming. 82601.) reserve the right to to the lowest responsible:
listed
: 'h pereanl'h COUNTY. Case NI>. to It, on' the plaintiff's attorney claim to :the clerk to whose address I is YOU ARE NOTIFIED award a contract or to Bidder. The successful(;
I.On.I914 Ford' $*donGolaxle : and each off you 8O-89.C" whole. name coo 1 enable the'clerk to moil. 9IOO W. Kennedy that an action for re-advertise, whichever Bidder to whom the Contract -: \
( SOD) i 'are hereby and herewith, P. Han each ... Boulevard Second Floor. has been awarded::
2-Sevoral I .In re: ESTATE OF address It Dudley one copy to p. Dissolution, of marriagehas may loa In It* vest Interest. I
Transformer ,given notice In accordance BRADY I. MclEOD dy. Esq.. .Pierce A Hardy tonal representative. .'Tampa.! Florida 33609 on been filed and you shall sign the Contract;

with Florida Deceased. P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030. All persons InterestedIn or before January 6. ore required to serve a This project I I. to, be Agrmnt Perfor'mane -'
Scrap Iron and other I Statutes that the Boardof NOTICE OF Starke Florida 32091. the estate to whom a 1981 and III* the copy of your written financed totally by a Bond and Pay-,. '(

materials' County Commissioners ADMINISTRATIONThe and file the original with copy of this Notice of Administration -. original with the clerk of defenses' If any. to It. on Federal grant from Ih*'. ment Bond, and other r-.. '
Aluminum wire and of Bradford the clerk of the above has been this; court either before the petitioner. attorney cluired.certificallse' In;

tin County' Florida have administration of styled court an. or mailed ,are, required., service, on plaintiff's attorany.cor whose name and address ., Department of. Housing'. .centuplicated and return:'

'S-Two Air Condi; designated the Bradford the ..late of BRADY E. before, January 8. 1981. WITHIN THREE MONTHS ..Immadlol.lyI".reofter Is JJ. WOLBERT. and Urban. Developmentand the signed documentwithin ,

tloners County Zoning and Planning McLEOD. ,.deceased, File .otherwise a judgmentmay FROM THE DATE OF THE ,: otherwise a JR, P.O. BOX 1086. shall bo. referred too ten ((10)) days after: .

Board to conduct a Number 80-89-CP. I I. be entered against FIRST PUBLICATION\ OF default will be entered STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 MUD Protect No. ."the dot of their receipt.-

ITEMS MAY BE BID IN. public hearing at a pending In the Circuit you for th* relief THIS NOTICe. to file any against you for the reliefdemanded on or before. December B-BO-DN-I2-03I6. :_ Plans, Specifications.: ,
DIVIDUALLY OR BY regular meeting held at 'In the The Bid Proposal shall;, and other Contract ) I,
Court for Bradford Coun demanded In the complaint objections they may. ; com 22. 1980 and file the
GROUPS. OR ,'A TOTAL .7:30: p.m. In the County ty. Florida. Probate DIvI. or potlllon have that challenges th* plaint or petition. original with the clerk of be made In triplicate on. 'Documents are on fllef I

BID. Commission meetingroom sion' the oddr.... of' WITNESS my hand and validity of the decedents WITNESS my hand and this Court before service a Proposal form furnished and may b* examined at-

Bradford CountyCourthouse which I I. Post Offlc.Drow.r the soul of ,this) Court an will the qualification of the seal of this Court onNovember (art Ptltlonr attorneyor by the Owner and the office of the City!
ITEMS CAN BE SEEN AT submitted to the City of
Starke Florida
26 1980. Clark Stork. ;
2. 1980. Immediatelythereafter
CITYMAINTENANCE Florida B, Starke.,; December the personal representtatlve Stark. Florida. In a sealad Sao;
on Tuesday. GILBERT S. BROWN. otherwise and at the office of
Gilbert A : a
Brown the venue or
YARD CORNER OF December 30 1980 and Florida 32091. The name or Clerk of the,Court.*/ by envelop, markd. enl, Hammock *
will be
Clerk of the Court By jurisdiction' of the Court. entered ,
address of the Personal ,
and
WASHINGTON AND' make recommendation Judgment "Proposal for CDBG FV Con,
Marian Mcftoe, a* Deputy All CLAIMS. ,Beulah M. Moody. Deputy demandedIn lI" kmo". Inc.. j
NORTH ORANGE to the Board of. County Representativeand Clerk.. AND OBJECTIONS Clerk. the p.llilan.WITNESS 80 Program-.. ?. u.ltlng and Design(: ,
DEMANDS.
STREETS FROM 8:00: TO Commissioners and the of the PersonalRepresentative's 12/29 Propo.al".holf be 2000
Corfperote ,
500. ) attorney 12/4 4tchg 12/25. NOT SO FILED 12/4 4tchg my hand and delivered .) Engineer. '
: Board will consider to CityHall.
on SquareBoutvord
BAR- the seal of this Court art "
Monday; January S. 1981 'are set forth WILL BE FOREVER 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT November 14, 1980. Stark, 'Florid* 3309Vlthr ,, Jacksonville;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'I
THE SAID CIiY RESERVES'THE at the same sold place at below. COUNTY. REDDate of the first OF THE! EIGHTH JUDICIAL. Gilbert S. Brown As by .a".represent Florida 32216. Plans and

RIGHT TO ACCEPTOR '10.00 A,M. an Ordinance All Interested person FOR BRADFORD of Notice CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.. IN Clerk of the Court. By: tatlve of the:Bidder! who t .. Specifications may b_
PROBATE this
file with FLORIDA publication '
REJECT ANY OR ore required to shall
ALL relating to.: ANDFOATBRADFORD' Beulah obtainracefpIV; .purchased from Bessntc"
Moody at
THREE DIVISION File NO. ef Administration: Deputy
WITHIN
BIDS. the court th.r.for..or. t
The of the .COUNTY. Clerk. >yregistered' Hammock 9 Ruckman;
rezoning MONTHS FROM THE 60-67-CP.O-3237)( ). November SO I98O.Bobbl .
following described property In re: ESTATE OF CARRIE /./ A. Johnson; CIVIL ACTION 11/70 4tchg 12/11. mail "with. Inc. for the sum ot
CITY OF STARKE DATE OF THE. FIRST ,
and amending theComprehensive Case No. 77271.ELIZABETH return receipt requested. $30.00 per set, non;
FLORIDA By: Merrill Ed. Land PUBLICATION OF THIS WHITTY FRAZIER As Personal Representative RODGERS -.. ,'" --refundable. :

wards City Clerk.llchg Use Plan to provide that NOTICE: ((1)) All claim Deceoed. of the Estate of a* Trustee of the INVITATIONTOBIDDERS The proposal shall. { 1M' i "! CITY COUNCIL OF THf I
12/11. against the estate and NOTICE OF CARRIE WHITTY FRAZIER Number accompanied by, 'bid : :
lands currently' zoned EA Deceased. Rodgers Trust Notice Is hereby' given } CITY OF STARKE;
((2)) objection by an ADMINISTRATIONTO .
any One as Assignee, Plain security 'In en amount FLORIDA. :
NOTICETO and designated by the ALL PERSONS HAWING ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL that the City of Starke.Florida : ,
Interested to
person GEORGE not less than five :
be tiff v* percent 11/37 3tchg 12/11. .
Agricultural. will receive
THE PUBLIC plan as whom notice was mailed CLAIMS OR REPRESENTATIVE % of the bid ,,'. ,
WILLIAMS and LILLIE BELL ((5 ) amou !
reioned to MP and sealed bid In the City
Notice It hereby MACK S. FUTCH.
IIlv.nIhal that challenge the DEMANDS AGAINST THE : WILLIAMS his wile. Sold security shall, be .In
Seaboard Coast Line designated Junk Yard M. validity of the will 'the ABOVE ESTATE AND All P.O. BOX 1086. Starke, MARIE A. MARKS *t ol., Council Chamber City the form of. a certified (:'"lIsi/ie/
of LARRY
Railroad Company will the property qualification of the personal OTHER PERSONS IN. Florida 32091. Telephone Defendants. Hall, Starke, Florida, check or cashier' checkon

file application with the CRAWFORD, described representativeVanua TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: ((904)) 9645200. NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY 32091. until 10:00 o'clock a solvent notional or "
Florida Public S.rvlc.Camml..lan at follows: Six and one- or jurisdiction of YOU ARE HEREBY 11/20 4tchg' 1211.IN on the 15th day of tote bank, or a Bid Bond .-'d.Il
half ((614)) acre located 3 December 1980 for the
on or about NOTIFIED that the administration
the court. .
In the In
December 16. I960 for miles North of Starke on ALL CLAIMS AND OB of the THE CIRCUIT COURT TO: George William Construction of the the Contract form provided Documents Get RemillsAD ;
and Llllle Bell William :
authority to abandon the West side of Hwy 301 JECTIONS NOT SO FILED estate of CARRIE WHITTY FOR BRADFORD COUN Streets and Drainage Improvements. executed the Bidder
by
In Section 34. Township TV. FLORIDA. CASE NO. his wife. 1205 Graver Then all ,
Track No. I. 611-foot inlength WILL BE FOREVER BAR. FRAZIER. deceased File I
Florida.
Starke,
Street.
Including tur South Range 22 East out Number 8O-369 CIRCUIT CIVIL.
RED
nout. located, at Clayno. of parcel' 1866 to allow a first ) Is YOU ARE HEREBY I
Dole of the 80-67-CPO-3237)( pending AMERICAN'METROPOLI. NOTIFIED that an actionto .
florida. and to remove |junk yard. publication of this Notice 'In the Circuit Court
Cloyno ot a public station You are further given of Administration, : for BRADFORD County TAN FINANCIAL CORPORATION foreclose a mortgageon :
the following fu
from the Open and NOTICE that a copy of December 4. 1980. Florida, Probate Division f/k/a. In Bradford County.property ft i
told proposed ORDINANCE AMERICAN METROPOLITAN
Repay Station List.SEABOARD /s/Mocil Crawford the address of .
COAST Is available for which Is Bradford MORTGAGE. INC.. Florida:
Personal' Representative. County
All of lot 12 of Block I
Inspection at ,the olfic Plaintiff V* DAVID R.
LINE RAILROAD COM your N.
Courthouse
Temple
PANY BY: D.R. Malner, of the Director of Scrugg Carmlchael. Avenue, Stork. Florida STEPHENS and LOTTIE M. of Not Williams Subdivision
and his wife. In Northwest 0(gv@ 0@5Jj1
ATM Superintendent, G.F. Chick Zoning Bradford County Planning Courthouse Long Tomlinson. 32091.. The personalrepresentative of the STEPHENS Defendants.' Quarter of SouthwestQuarter ,

Roscow Pridgeon Helpl- (NW '. of SWV.)
Stark, Florida. NOTICE OF ACTION,
Jacksonville. Florida. estate I I. BOBBIE A. .
Ing 8 Austinsby Mini I
of Section 22. 6
township
Each TO DAVID R. STEPHENS
ltcr.o 17/11 and every person JOHNSON.whose ad-' :
Cockrell Austin. Individually
Interest and LOTTIE M. South Range 22 East. .., :
having any .
dress I I. 7104; Wilson
and for Ih.FI.m '
NOTICE OFINTENTION whatever In the enactment Blvd., Jacksonville STEPHENS, his wife has been filed againstyou .j\J -- \{ :

of this proposed Avenue, One Post SoutheastFirst Office Florida. The name and and you are required give someone special a gift of 4

TO REGISTER ORDINANCE should op- Drawer C. Gainesville. address of the personalrepresentative's YOU ARE NOTIFIED that to serve a copy of If your your love .. in words! ; :
FICTITIOUS pear and be heard ot 'the at, on action to foreclose o written defenses any
and Florida 32602. ((904)) real to It, on the plaintiff attorney Say Merry Christmas" the "
NAME time place prescribed for torney, are Sol forth mortgage an property easy way1
376-5242. Attorneys whose name and
below 'In Bradford County
Pursuant to Section BOARD OF BRADFORD Personal Representative All : having Florida legally address Is Robert G. 1
person 15 0-1--
$950
663.09, Florida Statute!, COUNTY COMMIS'v claim or demands described as follows: Cochran Esquire Post words :

notice lsjer, by glven SIONERS ?...,... "' I 12/4 2lchg I T.114"I'M"ll ... the estate"or.req"ed. ., Office box 1531.- Tampa, '
that the .undersigned.. > .. By /slGilbect..,.? 'against I'MONTHS' Begirt'/I11l.J\\\lJ.bJl/ lt- FlorldattMOt and elect the' .,.,.. ,,". ....... .... !
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GEORGaro10611[ """""N. .... Brown Clerk. Itpd 12/11 CIRCUITCOURTOF WITHIN E corner1 of the Northwest,. .Toclglnol: wlth'lrie; clerk of Jt !

Starke.ff' ; I r32Q,:J I ll. sol.owner ') THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL FROM THE V. of the Southeast '/. of the abov styled court an lj; .
DATE OF THE FIRST
NOTICE OFINTENTION AND FOR or before December 27.
IN
CIRCUIT
doing businessas Section 16, Township 6
/ COUNTY PUBLICATION OP THIS 178Or otherwise a judge P1.111 U.... Wow, 6.1., h. L". .. 'iJ 7C
GOETZMAN CON. BRADFORD '
STRUCTION CO.. Starke TO REGISTER FLORIDA.., NOTICE to file with the run South thenc Range East 22 210 East feet.run ., ment may be entered :III'I I"' 11141. ...41gewlsollpf14.44h4voil I... I
clerk of the above courta :
FICTITIOUS for the relief
CIVIL ACTION against .
you
Fla register.32091.sold intends fictitious to NAME Cato No; 80488.In written statement of feel, thence run thence North West I 105 demanded In the complains ,Is., 3 10.611. ...'... I"). I'mo '

under the re: The Marriage of any claim or demand or petition. I'
name provisions 210 feet, run thence Bradford Telt.g.-UIf'
they ho_. Each Couiny -
of aforesaid Pursuant to Section BILLY C. BENEFIELD. Husband may South (105 feet, to Pointof WITNESS my hand and
statute.' 869.09, Florida Statutes, and LINDA claim must be In writing and being a the seal of sold Court .on Bring In 0' mail with ..:t.o:
Beginning
notice Is hereby' and must Indicate the November 1980.' ,
given DARLENE BENEFIELD 12.
Dated this 17th day olNovember rectangular tract of land) ,
hot the undersigned bal for the claim. the Clerk Circuit-Court. .
Wife. By: .
A.D. 1980 In .
210 feet East and West. .
and address of the /1.
SARAH ,
Bradford County. 11/20 CLEONE NOTICEOF name Beulah M..Moody. Deputy ;
.and 105 feet North and
REAGAN Rt. creditor or his agent or \ t
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Page TELEGRAPII '. ..- .- titin '


; Flag Football




1: Music MenDistriet ,


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i i i The Music Men, undefeated league champs In Starke. Men's Flag Football,added .
f an even bigger feather to its cap this past weekend- taking top honors in the
''I District Tournament. in Macclenny with 3 easy victories.The .
tourney win, the first in memory for. a team from. Starke after 4 years of
frustration for Kitchen's Tile, gave the Music Men a berth. In the state champion-
ships to be played this weekend, Saturday Sunday, in Palm Bay (near
Melbourne) on the east coast 18 teams will be on hand at the state tourney, a /
single-elimination slugfest that last year was won by Palace Saloon ofTo ; :9- f& I : : :'
Ta ll a h ass ee.

win district. the Music Men rip- day's defeat, in which his club foughtto ii :
ped the Macclenny Gators 46-22, a 12-12 halftime tie but couldn't
Chestnut's of Gainesville*37, and in. keep up In the second half with -
the finals powdered Arrowhead of starters Wayne Teston Bob
Gainesville 5618 "( think In the McGuinn. and Gene Raulerson out for :
whole tournament we maybe missed work or other committments. Dale
scoring. on maybe 3 oppurtunities. ," Haas made a couple of spectacular o- ,t y,. +4
said Ross Chandler, coach of the catches and Williams Muse came up ..u
tlthats with a tipped pass in the end.zone fora
In the finals Milton Baker scored 4 score in the los,.
times, once on a 60 yard return. withan Kitchen's had ripped the Streaks of '
interception and then on a 50 yard. Macclenny 26-6 in a first-rounder
pass from Chris. Chandler! ., while Saturday.
Chandler tossed 5 TD passes and According to Ross Chandler the fti yX
scored once himself. Two of the Music Men, who had lost in the first ;,
passes went to Glen "Beaver". DeSue round at district's last year, are. now I '

and another. went for. 50 yards to at the peak of the team's 4 year best '* v., c, ,,'lw- .- .- --._ "cy ..-, 1 -'. _' _'_ _r _.,_,.__ _. .... __r __v '_.' _,_
Ulysses Dommon as the Music Men league existence. "We're at our

built breezed. up In.a 24.6 halftime lead and right"The now rules,"were Chandler quite said different Monday.for VIIIUlC& flag Football ChampionsThe Back row, I, to r.. James E. Reed, ,Harold Chandler Early Chandler, Dannie

It was Arrowhead. that had con- the tournament and we had to changeour Music Men winner. of both the Starke men's flag football league and thedistrict Burch, Milton Baker Leroy Davis. Christy Chandler and 'Terry "Airport"

tinued the bad luck syndrome for Kit- style quite a bit but now we're us- tournament are pictured below: Williams I
chen's, knocking the Starke league ed to It, I think we'll do quite well at Front row. left to right: Willie C. Jenkins, Oliver Mark, Anthony Dommon, Not pictured: ROM Chandler;Bernard Brown,Cleveland Morris and Rudolph
Elva Hampton, Glen "Beaver" DeSue, Mike Chandler, anti Wolf Dommon. t.ennon.
with 36-26 state.
runnerup out of play a win
Saturday. night. KT had 3 times finish- "We've got an edge in our quarter-
ed second at districts when just the back (Chris Chandler), not too many
champion qualified and this time, people are going to be able to contain .
when the top 2 teams won state berths .- him And if you try to defense him Host GIl$, Keystone Next Week
Kitchen s ended In a tie for. third. running he'll throw the ball. He's a ,
"It's sure. discouraging," moaned good passer, he's turned into a good 'I
Tile coach Steve Thomas after Satur- passer. In the Jast few years."

Lady Tornadoes Split 2 Games; Now 3-2 \


Bradford High's Lady Tornado couldn't quite come back against the BUS 38 Baker Co. 37 credited with 2 steals.
BHS Senior Tabbed basketball team notched Its third taller Lady Rams in Gainesville, Mon- The Lady Tornadoes just did .
protect
with 38-37 day night.
straight victory a squeakerover .
I their lead in the closing secondsof
Baker County in Macclenny last "We Just played lousy In the first snr.J 4 1 C.24
this the host Wildcats
game as were ...MIN I II I .10 MJxk.MlO.tlO
week but then that habit half Coach Thomas "
saw winning Jimmy said of .__ .... .
Pro given the last shot after a ques- 0 H 0, ..i .1., .
t&Top Prospect"To erased by Gainesville Eastside on the the poor start, primarily the second tionable out of bounds violation _...... 1M.k..I I-I I.5.111..01.WIIIIY.' .
road Monday night. period where BHS was outscored 11-3. 9149, TIMMl !1.4..14.Tm .
against Bradford but couldn'I sink the \
This week the Bradford In- "We around." ...Mile_, 110-.1..
girls get were just standing
goal. .......
be a top pro baseball prospectyou to the meet of the schedule in the last The Lady Tornadoes 'won' the third It was tight all the way,with Baker tuld>...l Ui ih..050.".e..'.... 10.7..44) ..'.,. .U.!4It <.
have to be able to do many days before Christmas. "I tell you period 9-t and suddenly it was a
County 2 at the half, 20-13) and the .
what, we've work cut for ballgame Eastslde up ......I' 4 a II M
thingshit the ball; hit with power; got our our again, leading just knotted at 26-all after3 .
game periods.A ..... ,
u.k 4 14 4 II 3
show a strong, accurate arm; run us with these people coming up, BHS 20-18 heading into the final eight .. ., .. .. t
defense that swiped 10 steals led .M.d ...'... i ..4, .._. I 0-0 1.
with base-stealing speed and Coach Jimmy Thomas said of the pre- minutes. Bradford tied the game at by Queenie Berry's 3 thefts,got Brad- ......Mii S... 4. todtiwi 0.0 It, ...",.1 1.1WllltaMtvl e,
quickness afield; and show a good, t1 holiday schedule. The Lady Tornadoes 22-all minutes later but Leigh ford by despite the fact the Tornadoes t.t4, ?IAM174-M.
working attitude among other things. visit tall Buchholz tonight, Gallups, the game's leading scorer were outrebounded Lady and wentto ,taker.....C...".I..101.1011.. .
BNt 4 Mw G t
to Thursday, Dec. 11, for a 7P.m game, with 13, hit a layup and the Lady
According professional scouts the foul line only 6 times after step- ......Mill. M* ir.!M.
and host Gainesville High Rams led the rest of the
Bradford High School senior Kenny Monday, way. to the stripe nearly. 15 times a
Clark possesses those attributes, for Dec. IS, and Keystone Heights Thurs- :'We came back and moved the ball ping in the first 3 contests
Clark was tabbed by 12 major league day, Dec. 18. Both home games startat and moved" on defense In that third game Hope Jackson paced the offensive _M'MMO>_M".. _
scouts as the "Best Pro Prospect" 7:30. period, Thomas said. "We played with 16 points while Tracy Hankersonand TJlo' first official baseball
among some 60 top ballplayers at the well enough to win In the second half, Mae Hollis both chipped in 61IOinta. team-the KnickerbockerClubof
Valencia Community College : EaiUitU 30 BitS 24 Hope Jackson again led BHS in .Hankerson pulled down a.rebounds N.w-Yosk I
baseball camp held in Orlando last The Bradford girls dug themselvesa scoring, but her 10 point total was her with Berry. and Vaunda ized Sept. 23,. 1845-lost orguii.its I
hole with In the first lowest of the
weekend. The camp roster included J sluggish play output season. Janet Brown totaling 4 each. Jackson first 23 to 1.
about 40 top players from Florida and half,trailing 19-9 at intermission, and Williams added 7 points game
Hollis
and Janet Williams all were -----
about 20 from out of-state.
It wasn't the first attention shownby
pro and college recruiters. towards
Kenny but it was the most direct en-
dorsement of his baseball talents and
increased the chances of his being a 1E'SGUNSIIOF

baseball high choice draft. in next year's pro :

Clark who made the All-Area learn
as a pitcher while a sophomore earned another berth by hitting 127 782-3547 and Taxidermy .J
301
with 17 RBI's and stealing 2(1( bases (in Hwy 4 Mi. N. of Lawtey

20 tries) last year. didn't go unnoticed
by college coaches either, is they
picked him as a member if the Pro
Top Prospect
15.man All Star team.
Tornado teamates Bill Goodie and Bradford High senior Kenny Clark, ITMASAQU-ThRS1
Scott Allen also were Invited to the pictured above, won the trophy at left : i
3.day diamond camp. for being named "Top Pro Prospect"at
after Him the Valencia Community College
Friday seeing a on
For Tho Hunter
baseball as a career, the players were baseball camp and also won the pla- I'
timed for the 60 yard 'baseball dash' que at right as a member of the We have a large \i '
and Clark topped the entire list with a camp's All Star team. t
6.7 clocking, Goodge was second at selection of 'LII I
7.0, and Allen, a junior who now attends r
a Gainesville academy but who terest in the Hampton native, all men-
:
hopes to back for baseball at BHS, tioning making visits to Starke for Knives t.- Choose' frorn. :
was fourth with a 7.1 best. either practice or games. ... !
Saturday was on.field work, including "Thai's the thing I like about it," Case XX Buck Schrade s Remington "
individual instructions from said Tornado Baseball Coach Mike t

the experts and infield and batting Hartley. "They can come up here to Old Timer, Camlllua, Q-96 rl .... ... .
practice. "I learned a lot," Clark look at 1 person but a lot of times they \Noomnarfc, Smith & Wees : ::.. Winchester
saId. "There's just a lot of little things notice other people too." .J25 .
you come along to." Goodge for instance, who felt he Mariin
Saturday a inning game was might have been shortchanged. when MYProfessional .
played in front of the scouts and Clark the All Star selections were made for
sewed up the top honor by banging out the camp. "I knew Bill deserved to gea Hunter Knife ,. Browning
4 hits,all singles, in 6 trips to the plate plaque,"Clark agreed, meaning the Reg. with custom
while playing 12 innings as much as BHS catcher should have been pickedas ahseth t n tim. off 'H&R
$
any player. Goodge, the leading Tornado an All Star. "He hit the ball hard ".50. Qua tea oo
hitter last year with a .436 and as far as catching in the game he
average and 24 rabbles, had a single only missed 1 ball that I saw." SKB
and was robbed of another by the Or Allen maybe,who was 8.4 with a :
shortstop and Allen did well on the 1.84 ERA as a freshman pitcher and on all
mound. added a cool .372 batting average as a .Stet/@n3
Scouts from the Atlanta Braves, soph despite being out sick much of O A goodselection t -
Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, the season. "Scott wasn't really in the 25% off
Houston Astros, and Georgia. position to win an award because he ,
Southern college showed the most in- was an underclassmen," Kenny said of Long Guns Wesson


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2nd AnnualSki and a lift ticket are$20 per day, or$60 Scopes' // In' stock. ., .

fo..the3. days, with payment at the ski Bring your deer here
Trip PlannedThe site The total cost of 172.65 does not Wt have that

Starke and Macclenny Recrea- include groceries. Food can be (In 'stock to be weighed.,
tion Department plan to combine brought to cook.Possibility. hard to find

again for a 2nd annual ski trip excursion By Bushnell Weaver, FREE; pistol to be given awayto .
to the Blowing Rock slopes in the of AMMO
largest deer killed at end' ,
Appalachian Mountains of North Team Tennis Redfleld, leu d' :
Carolina. of hunting season for odd caliber!
The trip will be the weekend of Feb. There's a possibility that Starke Tasco Deerfleld funs
'13-17 with the group leaving Friday could field a team in a new Michelob ;, .
night, Feb. 13, arriving on Saturday Lite adult tennis league planned for
skiing Saturday through Monday 1981 If enough Interest Is shown. Large, selection of,
Feb. 14-16, and returning on the 17th. At least city teams are needed to o
18 or 19 people can be taken from form the league, which will run from
Starke said Rec.Director Cheryl God- January to mid-May under the Hand Guns
win, with the first 18 to ilgn up and jurisdiction of Michelob Lite's na- .
pay their deposit going.A tional tennis program. Live Oak, .
deposit of 160 is due by December Lake City, and Macclenny already '
30 to reserve a spot, that pays for the plan to have teams Starke could Joinas Westarn Holstars ; in Stock:
rooms (3 and 4 bedroom. condominiums the fourth league member if '
with kitchens). The bus enough interest is shown. Players. from Mozleo 'k :smith ..& ;Wesson; Browning, Rbger
:fare of$52.65 must be paid by January must be 21 yean. of age or older. Call ,
481., the Recreation Department at 0 J Colt FIE, Sterling '1

Additional charges for ski rental 964-6792: if you like the Idea. $3908 to depenwng on' size 4, styta 'West rn' 'Style: RevolVer590

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Physical Therapy Unit Now Fully Operation

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,Administrator Dave Libby of Brad- any physical Iherapy department. :
Whether in the form of muscle
re- ,
ford County Hospital has announcedthat education, transfer KSjjgil
training or
the physical therapy departmentIs
teaching the how
family to
direction now fully of operational Edna Ogletree under,the a patient Treatment be beneficial, manage,to a \ \ A CUT ABOVE
may pa-
lives registered In Starke.physical therapist who Y t ,. tients of varying Idleness and y 114 N. Walnut
disabilities.
likMr Most ) servedare
commonly
The service Is available from 2-5
victims of strokes, low back and .
p.m. Monday through Friday to both neck Injuries, burns, head and spinal 964.8113 t I,
and A
patients out-patients. refer-
cord injuries, arthritis knee and
,
ral from a physician Is required ankle injuries and fractures. t ; }"b :
before a patient may be seen for. "We're
excited about
providing a
treatment. Patients requiring the ser- a r needed service to the community,"
vices as out-patients may contact the announces the I
b bS Ogletree to those
says. "Especially:
for
physical department
an
therapy I
patients that would be denied important -

appointment.need for some This patients should to eliminatethe travel to travel treatment the distance because required they could before.not" RETURN OF CHRIS SULLIVAN ;

Gainesville or Jacksonville.
.Ogletree moved to Starke in 1979
Physical therapy, according to and lives with her husband, George,
Ogletree, Is the treatment, of any who works for Archie-Tanner Funeral Formerly of Irish's Hair House, Gainesvilleand I

disability, injury,disease condition 1. t ., t4 Home in Starke.
,or the prevention of disability throughthe t They have two children, Marie Looking Glass, Starke
use of physical agents such as f. Miller, 13,a student at the University
heat, water, electricity Ice, sound, of Florida Chris here Ideas
and exercises.Tests of and Phil Miller 16, a Is with more creative
light massage \
junior at Bradford High School In
neuro-muscular function to aid in the Starke '

diagnosis or treatment may also be Mrs. Ogletree earned a B.S. degree for your personal-Images..
performed. Treatment goals often In- Il'
from Troy State in
clude deformity, : University Troy,
preventing
promoting
Alabama and received a certificate in
,
Call for
healing, restoring function physical therapy after attending the now appointmentChris
and releasing pain.
The physical therapy departmentat Massage Parlor? Texas.Army Program at Fort Sam Houston,

BCft has equipment to provide No this ll not a massage parlor. It's the new fully operational physical She received a masters degree in Sullivan Tues. Frl. 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
treatment with ultrasound (deep therapy unit at Bradford County Hospital. Edna Ogletree, registered physical v education administration and super-
therapist at BCH, works on a patient's back with a heat application. "; vision from Georgia State University Vickie Klrchalne Tues. Fri. 9 a.m., 5:30 P.m. ,
In Atlanta, Georgia.

Gov.'s Panel heat), electrical stimulation, ice Connie Payne Tues. Frl. 9 'a.m. 5:30' p.m. ,

treatments, whirlpool and moist heat JEFFREY T. NUiBAUM, D. P. M.
in the form of parrafin and moist heat VODIATHIC SURGERY Sat., 9 am 2 pen Thurs. Evenings by Appointment ;

Hits Girardeau packs PODIATRI;. MI2DICINB
Other procedures which can be provided \ i
include gait analysis and trainIng -, Announces the opening of his office* J
Prison Report therapeutic exercises, massage
and muscle strength evaluations. for the
Rehabilitation plays a large role In
I The governor's citizens advisory, Surgical and Medical Treatment of lot
committee on corrections at a Thursday -
Dec. 4, meeting In Tampa, qMKl Foot Disorders PHYSICIANS PLAZA
criticized a state House select report (904) SUITE 200 \JllV ttjA* '
that contained allegations of brutalityand 372-0000 720 S.W. SECOND AVE. &
homosexual attacks on prison Inmates 4 GAINESVILLE, FLj. 32602 to
N ,
The earlier report, compiled under J ,
the direction of State Rep. Arnett
Girardeau, D-Jacksonville, was ,._.< 'u, <,,__'" ," "" ", '771.77,7 .;"' '<''_ ; _',''' .',
highly critical of the state prison >h
system and Its handling of inmate Archie Tanner :
rape attacks and other acts of brutality. a
'"?> A Vaffety Qt 'fi ni"t

Panel member; Circuit Judge Marvin Funeral Home :=
Mounts, Jr., of West Palm Beach : ,
called the Girardeau report"very un- Sere trig Stockings
professional." Louie Wainwright, Archie M. Tanner
s
secretary of the Department of Corrections All I Ioo
called the Girardeau report"a
disgrace to the Legislature" ,
DOC suggestion to respond to the ,
I .
report-toing' w"F >r 6"the'-administration -- 016I I'I" Skirtsnosed
does not formally>>nor in-, .
formally approve of either brutalityor ":< '
the homosexual exploitation of In-
mates," was criticized by Miami At- I
torney Tobias Simon, who pointed out *
such writing did a disservice to the
of Corrections. Complete Modern Facilities"/ (
Wsltle '
Department
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Simon stated DOC officials should Hwy 301 S. 964-5757 lrnost_ ) ,; quickest The
admit homosexual rape and violence
among inmates Is a major problemand 1, .. .... east,,expensive lap gift f Magic
one of the major needs Is some 01,
means of convincing inmates to come
forward and report such attacks. Whirlpool... ., llgt > rt'Arnarket ;, Needle

"Tell the story with complete The physical therapy unit Is also
honesty and candor," Simon says. equipped with a whirlpool as Mrs.Qgletree 1517 Beseem Rd
"They go on and on and you don'thave demonstrates.,
the capacity to stop them. Let 0646300 i iU
the damage rest with the Legislatureto
extent. Driver Backs
some
"To deny the problem means the Into AccidentA THOMAS METALS INC.
problem is going to get whitewashedone ,
more year, Simon says. car backed into a pickup truck
Wainwright pointed out the House Friday, Nov 7, at 3.15j: p.m. at the is to ,
report quoted testimony from unnam-' Cargo Service Station SR-100 at NW Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage 4
ed witnesses, and as a result correctional 3rd Avenue In Lake Butler with $800
officials had been unable to In- damage and no one Injured. Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows
vestigate the alleged brutalities.The Florida Highway Patrol records
governor's permanent panel show a 1963 Dodge sedan operated by .
postponed further discussion on the Larry Oats. 6t, of Lake Butler, was Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save
Girardeau report until a subcommittee backing across the service station
deals with It in detail. parking lot when he backed into the
FREE DELIVERY
The panel also decided not to
Ford
side of a parked 1979 pickup
answer charges of prison brutalityand truck owned by William Donald Byrd. Lake Butler, Fla. 496-2013
medical malpractice In prisons
by Dr. Carl Coppolino, released last -
year after spending 12 years In the
Florida prison system for murder It '

pointed those out allegations.that DOC should respondto "ENERGY:, 'EFFICIENT, HEAT PUMPS" I I

Attorney General Jim Smith, chair-
man of the Governor's Permanent ,
Panel, pointed out the Girardeau
report is from the Legislature. BY Especially when you're. on one of Suzuki's '
SERVICE
'SALES 964-7701
"Coppolino's bok Is a self-serving little performers I _
document." Smith says. ,
The commute noting the turnover For dashing to and fro. Our FZ.SO
rate of correctional officers at and FA.50 motorbiKes and FS-50
Florida State Prison, set as its top j scooter are definitely the way to go.
priority for the next legislature ses-

sion more pay correctional oNfleers SAWYEES. In the dirt.Suzukislittle .
to stabilize the situation.
"Either the public has to talk to the' RM motocrossers
..
legislature or the federal I courts haveto e-.s will have your little racers leaping t .
speak to ,the legislature,'*, Wain-' t Y t'1 for joy And.our OS playbikes .
wright says.Vehicles. .I. make off-road riding fun for the
"THE AIR CONDITIONING EXPERTS :, whole family

Collide o
Suzuki sTS line
At Lawtey IntersectionA of dual ....

Lawtey man was charged with 0 purpose Dikes offer twice,
failure to yield right of way entering a the fun in one bike They'reperfect
through highway after his vehicle collided I" for beginning dirt or
with another car on CR.200A at street riders
NW 23rd Street near Lawtey at.8:40 .
.
a,m. Saturday, Dec. 6 Put Suzuki's little
Tony A. Hodges, 22, of Rt. 1,Box 4$, M187A''' .. HEAT PUMP performers on your y
Lawtey, was not injured but damageto CALL TODAY Christmas list.You'II
the 1978 Datsun truck he
Pickup Go-Carts see what fun it is
was. driving was estimated at$250. COMPLETELY, 'INSTALLED FOR A to ride:
Arrie B. Futch,34, of Rt. 4, Box.410, 3 Models
Starke was not Injured but damage to ,
the 197t Ford sedan she was driving ,, 006.4 FREE.!. SURVEY Suzukis

was NW The 23rd estimated pickup Street truck at and$200.was the 1978 eastbound Ford" car on Gatrfej? $1' :9' 9000( '. ." .x9"7781'Yerywvisw, Little Per f ormer&

was northbound ,on CR-200A ,Thepickup I 10% Down Financing+ Available
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truck failed to stop, entered' i'

CR-200A and collided with the, car according t ,2 TON ;,SYSTEM INC. '5 SUPPLY :OUTLETS. ;' "
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Patrol. '\ ';..' ; I.J:: ( 'J.il'l,; DOES
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1' Judge Sanders Gives CCCO Pep Talk On Its Invoivemeiit I

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like to build interest for a state
officers need help now not in April Friday. Dec. S, Nettles went to Graham calling for an In Dade County,!!Nettles says.
Corrections had set as Its top _Ion. She stated Haben Is
"Just gave them a pep talk, Bradford on 60 Tallahassee she was allowed to is all the bad guys are
when the legislature convenes for.a talk If now
; to.
for the next legislative session have to
County Judge Elzie S. Sanderstold priority correctional of- day annual session; for her part Nettles sit in on negotiations sessions Involving ,we really session, there and when they catch
for In special
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this paper about his speech Sun- more pay wife of a correctional officer and the Association of Federal State do they ship them up here and we
Governor can
day. Dec. 7. to a group of Concerned ficers. Martha Nettles, after mother of another hart been on the and Municipal Employees. the union nothing the has collected to take care of them It's an out
Citizens for Correctional Officers at President that represents corrections staff. The group out of mind problem. They
'road the
spreading -J1OIIp': message ol
Sanders finished his remarks '.&00 signatures a
the Raiford Community Center before Judge and plans to do more-in the future. Members of Nettles?" organization The have to think about It,so correc-
of 50 reminded those present of the urgency attacked the union for falling to for the petition. cover real low priority
a croup people. Thursday Dec. 4, Nettles was in have calls 'for an problems are a
Involvement In of their situation. its corrections document there."I'd ." '' .
of citizen
type Tampa wheretpttq\ ,presented the ad- adequately represent basic (
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atone to
"How long until another uprising boost of 2,400\ "
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public affairs represents a concept visory panel won! appoint programthat members. hard on the Inmates, Nettles
of two state prisons in this area? nual starting pay for
that needs to be nourished, Sanders Nettles pointed out representsher Nettles soon plans to meet with also "They don't like being so far
know.
Nettles "we really don't ficers. The letter
says of the House Ralph inmate
group's positions. The program Is Florida Speaker hazardous duty, home and not many
Government Is of the people; it This Is something we face every day a list of resolutions mainly calling for Haben In an effort to secure his IUPport additionall correctional can afford to travel way up
hour work shift. The for
responds to their words and wishes," with every Is eight still crucial, It's still better pay, benefits and training for' for an emergency session of the working higher pay night shifts. The way it winds up Miami's
Sanders says. "It's not the reverse. Ifyou're problem. correctional officers but also calls for Legislature. Nettles pointed out that meeting with the and homosexual problems
active, if participate, then of her is conducting a signature After violence and homosexual
you more openness In Department group Nettles to our
media after the the plans
the
Nettles told : the house.
the government will respond. Corrections. drive for a petition to Gov Bob ..""
situation with officials ?
Sanders' remarks were the third Raiford meeting the at Miami to meet
boost the Concerned Florida State Prison where on correctional
encouraging
officer and four inmates have I
Correctional Officers ,
Citizens for
June,remains tense,
been killed since
received in four days.
Friday, Dec. S, the group of friends very tense. Nettles pointed out the IF'SOME
solution lies In gaining higher for
and relatives of prison employees pay CHRISTMAS CASH
correctional officers to help ease the
received it's charter from Secretary
estimated 90 turnover rate
percent
of Thursday State George, Dec.Firestone.4, the group's among prison staff. Correctional Officer's Local ,AVAILABLE FOR
what don't
representative heard that the Governor's .- Nettles state people
Committee realize Is that the problem Is now.The
Citizen's Advisory

Union 2848 GOLD & SILVER IJI

CCCO to Have Audience J
I Group Announces the Selection of Local Dealer Is Paying MORE!

With Gov Graham Next Tuesday
Augustus J. Ruff, III We need large and small amounts. We Need
in the state, Mrs. Nettles said.
Concerned Citizens for Correctional The CCCO officers have had a busy of the following 1. Rings!
Officers will get a chance Bob to Graham present week, attending a meeting of the As
their rase: to Governor Governor's Advisory Committee on
In a ten minute meeting scheduled for Corrections in Tampa, where they 10KI 14Kt 18KI, 22Kt & Dental Gold
12:30: p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16, in the their 20-point program onbehalf Chairman of Statewide
Governor's office, Mrs. Martha Nettles presented of correctional officers, and Gold Jewelry A Gold Chains ',

CCCO president, said yesterday.Mrs. said that also attending a meeting of Federal, Class Rings A Wsddng: Bands
Martha Nettles State, Municipal, and County Committee
anyone wishing to participate is Employees in Tallahassee last Thurs-- AFSCME Florida Corrections All Gold ft Silver ,Rings
to attend the brief session
welcome
with the Governor,and the group will day.Anyone desiring to join the group to Doug Speers President\ Sterling Spoons Forks Platters, Bowls Etc.
the
from
leave at 9 am. December 16 Tallahassee next Tuesday may contact Local 2848 .0 All Items, Marked Sterling
parking lot at the prison EmployeesClub. Mrs. Nettles or Susan Bryant. -

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said the -- -
Cabinet The CCCO will be in president session on that date . All Starting and Bars Marked .999 _
and the petitions, asking better pay

and tional working officers conditions in the prison for system correc-. :; Call St lJaJ ;?T"l'ilW\? JP; 964.5890_ OUR PRICES WILL NOT BE BEATIII I atat

will be presented while the group Is in
More than 5,000 atat
Tallahassee.signatures have already been listedon We will be open Mon. 15 & 22 1"; .
the petitions which are being circulated ..., Cakes &
at all correctional institutions : For Christmas 'IV ; STARKE
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Tremendous estimated :; Stotlens- Full of Fruit & Nuts s rORE) 964-8225 atat
TALLAHASSEE-The atat

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FOR SALE PERSONAL : 3/1H new listing., HONDAATC I lot. 3 wheeler. ONO ACRE OP LANDs IN UNION COUNTY

& ; 4/1'4 near Ralford CUSTOM MAOI Like new see ot 245 S.W. located near lake Butler Residential. '

TWO ACRES near SR-100 SERVICES ( 3/2 w/poal *> acreage C, 11A.P4111111118fillisroo'estimatpe. 3rd Av.;. take Butler or on SIC'231, Land must be Acreage

near Keystone Height .\ >"- 3/1 Shaw Addition local' Call 496-2547. high and dry. Call 496-2910 Commercial
CARPENTER '". ,
$300 down: $66.84 per WORKtRemodeling ; '' 3/1VI' CHA. distributor' fat completelywashable MICK NOMIi on).2 acres. 3 after S p.m. 4tchg, 12/11 CallsVeneta .
month. Phone 473-4058 work kitchen / '
or 3/2: Lake. view nationally bedroom, 2 bath 12/1812/25 1/1. '
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cabinet .
473-4367 after 6 p.m. advertised Garda.t.. fireplace, carpeted. and
nesonable 3/1 brick, owner financed 1,800 rlOHlEi gentle' '
11/20 '
tfnchg carpenter. Draperies' SeW Enter sq. feet living area. reasonable for .
LAKE LOTS prices. Cull Ed : Acreage 1O-520 acre, young boy.
AND ACREAGE- Dempsey at
473-24771( Notary serviceJohn prises.. Ed or -''Lama $30.000. Breaker 489-1474.. Phone 496-29S2. Itchg-, ...".30Z2
Keystone Height, owner tfnchg 11/6 SALIt Stephen 4962219.: 10/9 TFN.LIGHTER 12/11. Tiffin and
Owsms 'Inc.
ALCOHOLIC
financed 10 percent Interest. ANONYMOUS fur
5/l/BOTFN. OAKWOODl by GOOD HOME FOR FREE
Lots on clear, sand Closed meetings Monday 8 Lake Longford. Jr. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK cord or smaller quantities. WHITE JCITTINSi make Realtor
bottomed ,lake Open Friday Riverfront a River access
priced to p.m. meetings Realtor Associate .Phone'
Harrowing mowing and 431.1072 or lovable p.II'o,Chef',fmas. lot
sell from $ .900. One to 8 p.m. Alanon Monday or 496.3114TYPIWILITIR .
blade work. Phone 4311235. :2tDd 12/4 12/11. Phone 496-2261 day. TFN
five acres overlooking' ., 8 p.m. Aloteen Monday 7 ; / 496-2773 7823029. BAKER Hameslte 'late
or IP GAS. INC.I 12/11.
(access available) with p.m. Alt/ meetings In F Hwy. Meat Processing Flint
11/13 TFN. 121
REPAIR Cat, and 11-10. Family owned '
nice from $3,500: Educational Building. Com. / Different slled
trees Will BABYSITt In home and HELP WANTED Acreage/
3 The Office Shop I 110 W. my operated. We deliver
$500 down $50 a month. munity Church tfnchg Call St. 964-3764. Fenced and hot cylinders and bulk We 6 ecre 'lot In town
; gai.
Commercial frontage- 12/4. ) tint 1/20. meal Ionic. Noegel' ,.nllanka or fill your. We SilO Fin WEIKi part-time at Mobile I home I 3% acresIn
Investment opportunity. PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN. ; 496-2510. 11/20 strive home. W.b.,.,. America's' town
4tchg to give batter
service
SR21N. Owner-salesman. TING and wallpapering 12111'I 12/11. and foremost dictionary company 26 acre-lovely' liameslte' ,
prices. Phone
.
473-4373 tfnchg 12/4 Phone 4732477. tfnchg ,. Don't Forgeteeadllne BIO YARD tALIi, 4 'families 219-6810 In Macclenny; needs home workers 1, and farmland'
AKC 11/6 per lorClassifieds to update local
DOiERMANS-Top mailing
3 1/2 miles North on 121, 282-4097 In Mlddleburg,;
quality only. You are Invited PLUMBING REPAIRS-larry : I I. follow the signs. Saturday 786-4731 In Jacksonville. lists. All ages experienceunnecessary.

to visit our kennels. Teague Plumbing. 1 12 noon Tuesday only' Doc. 13. If not rain- 4tpd 12/11: 12/18 12/23 Call
473-1228. 473-1313. tfnchoj 11/6 Ing. Itpd 12/11. I/I. \1-716-845-5670 Ext. 1590.
CARPENTRY -
WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN AND MASONRY -

tfnchg 11/6 WORK--build patios. .
lake Geneva-
'
.
SEARS 10-SPEED bicycle like fireplaces' additions, INSURANCEMAINES Starke Ads I

new $50 Webcomotocross remodeling,, homes and 100 ft. x 436 ft Lots _

bicycle lots of tile work. Free estimates. : Restricted for 1850 sq. It. INSURANCE AGENCY n

extras, excellent condition Phone 473.4473 during dayor minimum building size In ) 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake PERSONAL HOMES HELP

$93: Sears 6-man 782-3906 alter 5 p.m. Bradford Butler. 496-3978. Complete SERVICES FORSALE
County. WANTED
tent $25; electronic TV tfnchg 12/11 Insurance Service. TFN

$20. Phone BILL'S SAW SHOPi
game Complete
NURSING HOMI need full-
4734367. 2tpd 12/4-11 CARS, CLYDE W. FOR SALE sharpening, service circular MO8ILI HOMES Why pay
time LPN or PN nure for
HUNTER'S TREI STAND. SIMPSONJax hand. carbide more? Buy direct from the
4.12 shift. Call 964-6220.
Warren and Sweat: TRUCKS FIREWOOD $35 a pickup chain mower blade hollow factory large selection of

rifleman model excellent ft CO REALTOR truck'load for oak and $40 a ground and balanced. 12'. 14' and double wldes. 10/9 sonchoWOMINt

condition. Sitting model 1974 MAZDA RX4. rotary 35-e4 24 hrs.G'vllle pickup' truckload for pine. Leave at Jackson Building COMMUNITY MOBILE MAKE 3 MONEY athome.

with climber, $60. Phone engine good condition. Tree service and yard Supply In Starke, KeystoneHeights HOME SALES US 301 easy plan
.
24 hrs.Mills
377-7996 Details free,
$795. 473-7076 work. stamp' appreciated.
473-2932 after 6pm. Itchg 2fpd 12/11-18 or 4733680. 496-3738 Call Thomas Nettles or lake Sutler.TFchg North. Open 9 to dusk. I to Routs 1, Box
12/11 anytime. 11/27
TFN. 6 on Sunday. Phone, 132-V: Melrose Fla. 32666.

ALCOHOLICS ANONV- 9648741.) 6/5 TFN. 12/4 2tpd 1211.:

MOUSt MOBILE HOME: 3 BR an one EASY TELEPHONE SALES

Phone 964-9148 964-7619.. acre: landscaped. ; circle 'from our office. Temporary

TFchg drive; privacy fence:: utility days or evnlngsavailable.

REMODELING BUILDING house...12,500.: : 7823928. Salary plus

YOU MAY HAVE MESSED THESE baths REPAIRS, family New room kitchens Brick 12/11 Itchg. bonus. Call Mr. Lawrence

ALI OR lEASEl Keystone ot 964-5984 after Dec. 7.
block concrete Fireplace
Grlffis Heights.' 3 BR home with 12/4 2tchg 12/11.
specialists. Conttructlon.
Phone 4732108or fireplace on V4 acre lake WORK SUPERVISOR

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST 473-237S. TFchg 'frontage. 30x40 CB garage overall$9,300.00., Responsible Sheltered for

SEWING MACHINIS w/adjolnlng guest house.For
Workshop Operation. Plan
REPAIREDl appointment coli
All makes
work. activities, tsach
cleaned oiled and 473-4776 before' 9:00 pro
adjusted. : p.m.
duction methods, facilitate
SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUNCLASSIFIED $15. Work 12/4: 4tpd 12/25. work. contract with
BY OWNER
guaranteed. James Duplex apart private Industry Able to

Strickland corner Morgan ment. :2220 total square supervise and teach

Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg feet. Each end hot 2 large moderately, retarded

SECOT I OwAlmme BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK bedrooms; adequate clients In a variety of voca.

SERVICE. Pump-out. closet space; 'large /livingroams tional kills. MINIMUM
Residential
commercialand
,
; screened porch; TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Industrial.' [ .
Fully licens.ed.
kitchen and dining area; : High School
Phone 964-8121.
TFchg carpet;; drapes; birch Graduate, 2 years experience
.
Shop The Sun's Classified section MOTORCYCLE'raln.iI:!REPAIRS mechanic Factory panelling; stove: In Rehabilitation

US-301 South 9646020. refrigerator; central heat Workshop or Human Ser
and air conditioningelectric vice. Send resume to Box
5/29 S.BOOKKEEPING.
TFchg
509 Starke, Flo 32091. Attention .
SERVICES 9 ( / ). One half acre of

day for values. year experience, In all land. Ted Oglesby, : Bob Larimer,
every great shopping Director. 12/11 I 2tchg
phases Including taxes forms.and 964-5240 12/4 2lchg alter 12/11.500 p.m. 12/18.
government
.ART TO FULL TIMSi In
473-7073 alter 5 P.M. 7/3 I FOR SALE OR RENTi, 3
medical field. Stark, lake
rlchg bedroom Crystal' Lake Butler, and MaccUnny
KEENS TREK home .
SURGEON with flrsplac Call area. Typing and previous

.. Trimming ,removal 14 yrs.experience. 5200or964-7187.. 1 tchg
MANAGER e Assistant ...or .EC.VING CLERK medical experience
Part (tine Night Attendant train***, Or.*t onoortunllvNot full. tlmv 1 oood I H.fltf... Call, forOfpolntnwnt Have 55. ft. 1211.:
uooln.- oval l and Funeral' .n soornc subscription rete. 1O .m. to 2 p m. bucket. desired.' Call 964 6455.I .
Hom.. 37112524NURSO Joe OU'106.374-OK.5 0*>lV. 1T4V41.10., Free estimate 12/11 I I 2tchg: 12/18:
... '. -Phone 782-3733 9/23mcHg '-FOffRENT; i I. '
.
RYMAN'S HIILPff" : ,,11EXPEROSIMCDO! '.C".TA"Y. kUTO MECHANIC for busy
Potltlon .vatlcbi. *if PMTMRKfilOTDUBrtCHHour R* .Tnptronli.t- _, tutltlm BARNES CARPET CIEANINGtShampooing
Florida' Vineyard rwootubl. .. nt-eidad lrnm.Ktl4it.flv.' Good repair shop. 3 years experience
Near 0..."l... I 91.M2J. Cull.. Unnln' .t 4t.V377a or 377-5551 IXV Call for*>PQt 3776327.Aar. and ex(roctlon. ,PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished : 5 day: 30 hours.

ATTENDANT WANTED for fUSI RECEPTIONIST POSITION W.PIOCS "rt 41141-ladirl. or living ,room dining efficiencies and i So.00 per hour. Moilsy Tire
198ZASSIOLAVO time work. Aboll. ''n Pqrreon ofter full fiena, In art related ..... .... or room and hall. $29.95.
1.am:: ..v"I Xv.'tf',,M set. Pill' 1PhV11C: :' r."C 't.fl:7' ,= -delfroo ....,...... 53 40 to start.lowtv 12664460. 10/23 tin BR opt.,' weekly or monthly Co. 1915 N. Temple Ave.Starke .
1Y. AV. Ask for Su 'ln>..M.ne o r."Wfdfom box 286.0-villst.o' "332601. NEW FURNISHED 964-6600 llchg
WE BUY COLD. Cash the
R needed 0rDd"COLLECTOR. growth tposltlonwith MEDICAL. T..NIC.II.. .. ACCOUNTING Cl____ on STUDIOS, monthly only. 1211.:
flme. working, Commercial large firm for tallied person Wish experience for private tntl and tvotna skills' Start _. spot. William Jewelry I 5 WING MACHINE
2313 N. Starke.
Dane Band to ktsrt Immediately To5OO/yr. benefit* Call vill.l.n's 0"1-. Send Fee V% paid Call. wvndol. 3737 100 E. Call St. 9647064. Temple.
Call I Rob 32-1214 days orJohn JOB ACTION 37230O ITO4 NW : Dealt. P-1912, I 5Oraww A.Cialmrsville. : .1. Snelllno A Snslllng. Your TFchg OPERATORS.. 8 n.eded Experienced
377-O1M Wants 13th St e t. F041-novoll.,61.' terms FL ....,.. Career Path Apencv 10/16 tfnchg. KITCHENITTESl One BR In factory Industrial
CASH FOR COLDt sterling/ ,
apartments pool TV AC sewing., Fulltime
coins. A-Z Pawn Shop. 144
utilities Included. Totally 40 hour week. Do not apply
W. Call/ St. Phone 9648348.
11/13 furnished. Wekly monthly > unless you work 40
tfnchg.
rates. TEMPLE MOTEL. hour Apply in "person.
ROBERT
THORNTON LAND
of 880 N. Temple Ave.. Storke, Uniform. 441 East
... TOYOTA COROLLA Ovluxtt 17*SUBARU. BRAT. ILll We have top 'soil fill Starke. Phone 9647357. Brownlee Street.' 12/11
3r_*j>nf 4.d'O.' .McollfmloodltlonN 44 wheel drive t95.WeaiYcttewwr dirt and sand. We do light f
; *>w Dtilnt, orttrtt Harfred. o/n Urh. tfnchg L
112" able. 37620 .#=1 =:! sifyissxzsi! ;:: INS N. Main' 37e73 drag line work. 9645861. MiM''MANOR MOBILI/
12/11: .
Itchg.VACANCIES OPPORTUNITI
*74 CBLICA OT Llftbeck. 9* '.TO CUSTOM vw .u. ailed 71 MO*, blue, NO miles on re- HOME PARK mobile homes
.peect, air am/fm ..*.*.... condition, rune _II. "M/FM 6 Win_,.... New battery,clutch' at New Life _
WMPO regular' ga*. 4.ooo m'orr. track Bfftni. ATerfilrot .!.... and break eKcellent' _._. Acres Rest Home in and spaces for rent. Phone '
...../ ... 276"udenr.. 61 Too. Call 37.26M: 5 Ldw tsa700. 37>450 .Student Melrose.. Call 475-2IO8 for 4682912. TFchg'HOUSEKEEPING EARN INCOME AT rl'OMEl

TOYOTA COROLLA 177M WO VW VAN ''nooo vervow 173 Mae, 41..))00 miles. new too. and .1..,. 25* and self-addrqtillod
*- >eed. new brakes As ...rr_, dor'on.. ....... .feel belted radial tires, excel'lent Information. 12/11 2tchg
Seat moo condition' Asking, c*>rt>4 :: "-;e' : condition,.......Call 37>747 12/18. Ing room, TV and Air. envelope can show "yiu
Call '77-cl.i.
1976 MG MIDGET. on'V' 1974 Jllllf VVAGONECM. Whitegreen 'M CA p",, 4 tkpfXKi,ano ce, MJTV I" COOGNPOWNstwAGON. North' of Stark on Hwy. 11-5. P.O. Bo.- 34. !ton
miles, transmission' 42,07DO, '.'-''or. 50.000L.. new roof |(nt.d __...m"... c... Nwver steerln/brakes. fm radio* Legal., Send addressed '
-v Asking' S245D or bills rodl.... air.:MO VI, 4 Wheat. driveOUsidretrac _t or_. "... slotted wheels, fiberglass cam p tamped envelope for 301. 10/9 frichgo Motv*,.- Florida )30M.Il34th0171 .
Como lowe Ito. call 3TS3, or 37w eKcellen* condition.S3 43.tt'r;. : .. ........ er. excellent "' _. t4MOybeat.avarrford. I CULLIGAN 'fully automatic !. ; |,q
t' details book. Write
0>71.nyt'" Student aoQ 31-6223.fui2.nt 3HMa after lt M. on :
;! I water conditioner, S3.7S NO JOKIi Earn goad rnorwyal !!
," ", ''LJ-.J Roy. Route I 1. Box 471.
Bokedlca, Florida 33922. per ma. Installation extra om.. Full Qrp"'lIoft" I| B..Writei .

.... ... alehb.ftToo ... 12/11 4tpd 1223.HOUSECLEANING limited offer 9647638. A RO Comm......

SERVICE) tfnchg 10/23. Inc., P.O Box 467. l*.e4lpdlV

1 5 days a week. We will do I OFPICft December rent' ''Bu".r.fJa.--/:/ IIEiIJ! I
( free. Ample parking' Corner
; :- those jobs you hate, to do. > 4.- '
of Laura St. I 100
Hwy
Call
964-7023 alter 6
p.m. Starke. 11/13 1
4732735. BOATS
Itpd 1211.GRANDMA .
Mkoffilk
tfnchg.
: ... > :.. :. NEEDS BAIYSIT. I FURNISHED APARTMENTl 18 FT.ClASTRON BOAT. 229

.12 12 k 60, Partially furnished' r.-r- TINGs Any age, anytime.) Nice, 3 rooms and both. hp Vhull.Vinyl' loft and
LAKefVieWLAr. .
tt tOOHloO ASSUME the tow'Interest loan onthis Prefer my hoon.. 9646362.
3...... cent heat efc .''r. utlllly soared, high' corM r oak trees, 'lovely 3 BR 1 bath C IS horrwPriced Most off utilities ffurnlshed. deluxe acceararlm.
.... many
awning' close to cemous.ibleCaH :r.I mI. w of aVoi"'1.art only U? OOO. Landmark Itpd 12/11. '
$8500 "' 1.220': Newberry ltd S3 ooo 477Irste'BEAUTIFUL Realty of Gslnesvllle. H4fAU.TOR. Private entrance and yard. Just Ilk* newt! Call
374.t73OY 964-5464. 11/27 Ifn.O"AG92 .
1971 12X41ith Lot Phone Gainesville 376-3619 TFN.
2 a.. 1 ,. with IOM20 screen S2f'".. L .c.*.. restriction.Pine Hill. OWMCROeBR RUM t9OOA '[61R! 1C on Crystal Lake:
Patch and window air condition' 2OOO Sq Ft. BOAT A MOTORs 13: ft.
minimum "'"w'BV assume .500 mort at ia%,
....... 2 bedroom. Furnished.Deposit. .
or ?)- H4aM.r5 JOInterlichen Celt "5-7>66 or 4424141 3/2, fireplace, energy efficient. 2 Shakespeare and 9 horseSoo

1973 3 Bit. 3 bath ....0 Carpet OWNER 4 801. 2 bath 'large car gereoe.corner lot, 37f-4M4f 11:1:': RECOVERY Adults. No p.'". King. For In'orm..tlon.call '
1.0 .or onditloned: utility t.hede famtiy room with' flreplec, .V OWNER: Alachue' aisu #II ROOM ,
On iiloil ".. 'lnca..."... Unfur Carrier 'lot _rot. ..". C'o.' Movie .*.* mort. 3 BR 2 bath, .:; $225 per month. Call 964-9249 after 5 p.m.
,
"IShd" SO.5OO Call. 347917piesTAi 'I. S49 no JAII 1045.43COUNTORY den. fenced backyard. 9,247.70monthly The Recovery Room of 4733581. 12/4 tfn.COMFORTABll 12/4: 2tpd 1211.:

..14' 2'10 3 SIR. 2 both. c.n' LIVING' 'n town, S3 OOP, tax 444 ft.36O9'Insurance or 372 O44COUNTRY locludd Lake City Local DI... (: CLEAN, furnished 12 PT. GAMI FISHIR
.
linpr""li'r"V.. On or...t-g4' :: S6 .take .::. .:;: "''lo.fityl:: .t1ses Archie Tanner Funeral epertmentiSeparate fiberglass, 9'" hp Evlnrude
200' LA..ONT. TwIrl' Ldk@S. CIOWSPOt 9170 373- 2S9 Bik.'0 U. 373-6990 !. bath 'LIVING building with
S lose %
.. / energy efficient Nome
floor ''n'.c. 1 3at .cr. and trailer $300.
...,rixlA= lines ..... home on 10 acres fenced and A/C and '. Single Call
.oraln w. d Exc.' 1 2 an t u m.entrel A PLACE TO BEGIN VA. 9&4-S7S7 Strks- Too carp.
''ont olo- ...m..' 12'.000 I he.'I.or, Only 3 ionths FMA. this' two_.......two tamm or, <= -:=solar Irrigation not system prferred. 5332255. 12/11 Itcfig
Realty lee woods, aid' Warrentv avail 'In MW ........ 9ardoms water tvs> Person
flnencino Oouuls* a Son 12/18.
ftsfALTOR. 1 ...-.912 ."-. able. S10.SCO ...- ullcurs Inc 371.>:M1 Cell fern.. 3777494.HOSPITAL. flowing er TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call 964-6792. 12/4 Ifn.

the Office Shop. 110 E. Call <: 2 IR. UA COTTAGE'' WANTEDGOOD

St.. Starke for details. poly 'furn. Janet M. Starl-

964-9764. tfn. Ing.' Realtor 7823931.: tfn'

1211.I PRICES PAID for used

LAND i I I 1 BA. HOME Janet M. mobile homes Iff mortgage

Starling Realtor 7823931.RADFORD ,Is3/4 paid or more.OLiN S
FOR SALE 12/11 tfn MOBILE HOME SALES.

1 i VILLAGE .....5606. Open 7 days

..LT-MASSAOCM. fOUl endxerclse AASMS ro ago met etecfrlccmtr APARTMENTS, accepting 'weskly. TFchg -
;. 'H.l ARM FOR SALE.. 40
a aicvcle 4 Sass. Both blCVC10 :'I'.N.I, = excellent condition acres
deluxe both virtually' unu..... lac. 7 month. old. SM basis Air mattress *compressor. = with house application far expected WANTEDi Mobile home ax.les .
or In condition.
Call 3 77-2-3 n leave mesmoe, ...... call.. .T.t-.... Call.. 377OM. after...'". good vacancies. Modern furnished and tire.. Will pick up.
In Union I
DUCKING aiUL.-iViecnenlcal. Us ZZLG LO RIPPLES |AOt.9 10-snssd"' ... excellent' County. /> I BR. heat pump OLIN'S MOBILE HOME
Ideal. for series nlontclub' Used = Caliber TC :: 0150. .4 condition baby carrier' '*' 10 ml.: south' of lulu. Equity
only 1 months Complete with. 6"|| caliber CV" Mountain" riffle. iono! souerlum with eo carpel, drapes. walk-In SALES. 964-9606. Open 7
accessorlet. saoop 4O4-713-7MI. $190 Both Me new. Call .T.t-..... Csague1-sU; J/434 after 4pm' and take over payments at closets walled patio off- days a _.... TFchg

c"Ita! r..Mvt" MGM;"n00' All: UTOtt.'a nlllMr.. I111st Jonman A'usedr a. sit WOOO.. ..,->HBAT 44aLSlCLlRCARTIiAT 5 1-904-964-8291%' "If eligible.after Phone 9:30: street parking 315 W.Washington 'CASH FOR COINS Gold
', conetrUctFor ....0.UO.ne. "0' Accurst 0condiffan St. 9648601. liver.. sterling dental
..... .. .MO confirm. n-4117. M" tour :
"" Call 376-3926." weekday 11/27 3tchg 12/11 tfn.NE gold. G' scrap jewelry' op-

Chrome Corduroy 'loveseat.chrome ::':. .: ';.'...: .:',,.':::: f..wnesa fricludell ftoor eapitional team.beam Used temfon twice. 12/11. '(> BEDROOMS furnishedapartment. local frames, etc. J.R. lullIngton 1.

1100 1100 a, canvas LSA T e4silettercourse. chair aalloamil" C.v........C......0'In.JI.... w'n..' ....... "" bow firm.gtVmpah; ,=bSnK stuasim.so *. 115011. LOTS I FOR SALEs 7i 125 utilities Included. 964.6250 TFchg.

us 3m7ol- .......... : ft. In Unit 16 of Interslake No single*. Apply at 'WANTEDi" Used tools, both
toe clips, end shifters leather tLE01 HUNT* S>eCIAl.. -C=, =:"o1f.r"i%: Estates. Fo. The Tackle B01 341 NorthTemple mechanic and
saddle, a.years old Kept Inside.SJMflrm :.::. :::.. ..' :trd: ?rBI --sxstejsaj8.t.. '__ IQ 1IO'I.l' ;; _. ........I ravailable <. corpntera.Phone .
37445 financ Ave. Starke.
Cell or best offer Call 4.)->4.7 no C. -.M-M>I .n.r.II m. _.._.110.call 31"no.. Owner I tpd 964-8331 I or
ing. Call 964-749O after 6 12/11. x- v 468-1991.9/11 tnchg

p.m. 12/4 2tchg 13/11.: 'WANTED.. Mobile Home Ax.
.. VIC) les.
/ Paying the best price

for good condition axle*.

Need more information? HOMES ;Z ", 964-9031.9/11 tnchg

I"r OFT DRINK BOXi In good
Interested in ;;;:. '. OR SALE working -condition. Could

placing a classified? > \ be Coke or Pepsi, any


Call 372-4222' In Starke 96481'70.Qil1mf5tJJ"' .sun, t BR CONCRETI BLOCK' .'. name 12/11 I tfn.branU._ FiMAtt 964-630S.

HOME Completely furnlshed. -
.
r j U'bURNISHIDHOUlI '
i- Owner will

finance. Call 964-B361 I or TRAliERilnslde'
differ* nos Imp_ Csll
:.tn. \ < : '. 9647372. 12/11 3ff>d
964-5780. 12/11 31 pd
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_P' J YARD SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE .. FOR SALE CARS ftTRUCKS "

ClASUNIO ADDegdllne '
for .Insertion ".. SINSOR TOUCHt WINDOWS. WARIHOUIIlADDIRSi '140 IMTMNATIONAl TRACTORl '.RIIZIR, PROSTIISS 197 >UT U4V 5t5ndo7dtransmission /
TUESDAY NOON YARD tALIi Dec. 13, Sat., 8- Microwave) 'oven. Hoe 9 gal. cans Excellent condition.' UPRIGHT, $175; dryer. *7S: 2-door, If Interested
preceding Thursday beforepublleallon. 2 p.m. Children's clothes, ,everol power settings, osphalt roof coollng-$7.OO; With cultivator attachments portable sewing machine, contact Community e.ruJ/lICJil"t!
site 8-10, Includes shoes, defrost cycle,' meat probe, coses of 6 one-gallon cans and 3-polnt' S38: apartment slseddryer. State Bank of Starke
Minimum charge $2.50. purses, games, ladles apparel large .1... Full factory for $8. 964.6679. Bargain hitch' $3500. Call 964-7270 II SO. All Items 9647830. 12/11 tin.
elies, 16-18. also warranty left 'In loyaway. Center. 12/11 tfn. after II p.m. llchg 12/11. Sears Kenmore. Beasley 1979 CHIVY MALIBU Station
(Each Cover*13 Words). shoes, purses, coats, '..IC.Mo.t Party left area. Assume WARDS HIAVV' DUTY .DUO-THIRM KIROSINBHIATIRt Bargains, 473-4521. Itchg Wagon. Aulomallctran.ml..lo.
word over 15 like new household payments of $1900 per DRYIR electric. ANTIQUES With 130 gal. 12/11: .. air conditioned PHONE 744-7776
Is 10 cents Items, try pots, broiler month. White Sewing and : Tappan gas etove; tank Tank has some fuel \iSTIRIO, AM/PM RADIO ; AM/FM. If Interested'contact ClCIU4
Not responsible for iron .pots, dishes and misc. Also' Appliance! Center, 3527 '4-dr dresier; M-78 guni 'In It. Call 762-3917 after S turntable and 8-track Community State TIIWILUGAR 205 N. T >mpl., StorkaWeyne
when given over the phone have HP Wards trail bike. S.W, Archer Rood. Archer wicker rocker. 964-6468. p.m. 12/11 Stchg 12/18. player, $7S; 10-spaed Bank of Starke 964-7930, ......'
or when copIs", not typed for SquarePlaia, Gainesville' Itchg 12/11. NEW AND USED FURNITURI bikes (need some work), 12/11 tfn. I. Douglas'. InkerSalesmenTelephone
Christmas
and brought to the office. perfect gift.I phone 376-4466., 12/11 OIL SPACE HEATIRl draft t and appliances. Parch $20 each. Beasley 1977 CHIVY CHIVIllli Two- .944-eSf:*
old ', used.,
year hardly" rockers. BARGAIN Bargains, 473-4521. llchg '
Itcha.LIMMOCKl door: steerIngpower -
41_ 1. space blowers. Good condition power
$I 25. Mwy' <230A Bethel '
on CENTER. US 301 South 12/11
)
20) yd semi $60. 9646310. 12/11 brakes, air con
Church Rood In green and loads 'only.", AllEN E. llpd. 9&4-46T9. TFchgFtUMIINO LOVISIAT, CHAIR AND OTTOMAN dition. If Interested contact
beige trailer with circular TAYLOR iawl.",. Phone WARIHOUSI AND FIXTURE, windawl 1110: gold Community Stale Bank
YARD SALE drive. Itchg 12/11. 7823172.: 12/. Ifchg.HAY. SIDIWA1K SAlli, Selling doors pipes, plus rocker-recllner $63; round of Starke 964-7830 12/11
YARD SAlli Frl.. .....Dee. Highly fertilized.ArgentlnaBahla out to the bare vvallt. lO.OOa ether Items now at smoked glens tabla and tfn.
ITARD SAlli Moving Out of 12. 19):) large .. .. On US (no rain). Beginning Dec. II. 638 N. Bargain 'Center US 301 four podded choirs. $160. 177 HONOAi Standard
Town. FRIDAY. DtC. M.IiJO :301 ecrais from Cerradlnes. J.M. Edwards. Call Temple Ave. 5.0..... Call South. Starke. TFchg Beasley Bargains, transmission radio and olr
..m. til II_no Table Household Hems, 944-537. 12/4 4tchg 473-4776 far more Information. I ACRI LOT FOR SALIi 473-4321. Itchg 12/11 conditioned If Interested
and chain] chest of clothing for ell ..... Itchg.AD 12/25. Itchg 12/11. Garage, water sewer and TRUCK TOPPIRS. $189, INSTAUIDI contact Community State
drawers). bar/room 12/11. HOUSEHOLD1 LIQUIDATION CONN TROMBONI W/CASIl elect 7 ml. NW of Starkeon Hoe full vision Bank of Storke '964-783O.
divider) loads el lumlrursjbaby SAlli Sot..- oc. 13, 9 SALIi EVERYTHING MUST Like new. Call 782-3729 SK 229 Whispering door and opening side, win 12/11 tfn.MOBILE.
Itemnmiscellaneous. a.m. 502 legion' Terrace OOI Hame workshop accessories after 5pm. Itchg 13/11. Pines Estates Lot No. 28. dows. One year warranty.Boosley ofIII ", .
400 Sourit' fust all South Orange (Includes supplies HANDMADI GIFTS AND) 11/13 tfnchcj. Bargains, HOMK Bradford Villas lessen* toed. Stark. Ha. A nice niece
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Cherry St. Sta..... Itpd Street. Itpd 12/11. for sheet metalwork DICORATIONSi for sole HAY, Hors and cattle quali 473-4521. tfnchg 12112SH SERVICE POLES 'e II.... At prices you ten live with.The townhouees offer
YARD SALIi Frl. Dec. 12, 9 ). SPECIAL ITEM: Hand Sat., Dec. 13 from 10 a.m.til ty. Phone 473-4097. 11/30 a beeutllul secure maintenance Iree life style. Charm
YARD SAlli OK. 12 13 a.m. til dark j rain or shine.Jewelry carved solid wood double ? p,m. 403 West Call SI. 4tchg 1211.MISCILLANIOUS. ZKNITH TV COLOR CONSOlli '100 ;AMI comfort end quality describe Hie 2BR I'/ S brick veneer
Walnut '
finish.
Frl. 8:30-5, Sol. 3O-2.: SR ; framed pictures! lie bunk beds with bed One block west from Under homes which feature Croat Ream, efficient kitchen
16E right on NE 13th. 4 sets of new chair ding. $200.00. Call US301, across from Denmark 4" double bed ITIMSl foam due warranty.197.10 Pay cosh oH balance takeover cabinets end closets galore..super energy sevlng' Iniula-
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follow signs. Bargains cushions: end table; 473-4776 before 9 00 p.m. Furniture Store or Ion..Cosh In on our pro-construction prlco....V.ur
bed mattresies (covered), payments of $2000
golore. 2 blonde bedspread curtains; lace 12/4 4lpd 1235.IMWOODi Starke. Itcha 12/11. $10.00))each.One girls bike per mon.". White's Sewing ewnheuse con be customised to lull your Individuality
bookcases, r.clln.rrack.r. edged tablecloth; Infants Ook and. Fine. SHELLED PECANSl S3.5O per $35,.two small bathroom and Appliance Canter, Modal Is ready NOW. Shown appointment. ...Iy.'rlc. .
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$35.00 $45 DO
odd chairs octagon lighter
table w/matchlng Items Including carry-all LWB pick-up truckload.per pound. Call 9645032.Itchg medicine cabinets $4 OO. 3527 S.W. Archer Rood Archer .. start at $33.400. Seme options available far you.
and table, twin headboards and walker; ladles andchildren's Call 964-7769. 13/4 4tchgI22S 12/11. Call 782.3106..Itchg 12/11. Square Plaso ,wo full baths, fireplace, screened parch end even
handbags; Gainesville Phone If desire.. ,
argor rooms so
you
frames, antique ---
clothee;: belts; shoes; 376-4466. Itch; 12/11. Leaksbetter .
wooden doubts bed frame, "'" BOND MONIY 11'/0,. will not laitforever-
ladles all weather coot; MOBILE HOME ell the time for those that can auollfyl -
6/chalr dlnstle, 2
nightstands children's 1O ft. diameter FILL UMEROC1C ..
3/dr chest 3 carom pool with liner; toys;: CARS ftTRUCKS INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS I *Eastwood Dr. :3 M 2 .. ponel carpet MO.OOO. fleduce
boards ((1 new). 2 Inside' glassware, and other *New brick 3 Id 2B leOO .... ft. CrUA. In city.
doors, lamp, figurines, 12 miscellaneous 'Items. 2 DOZER WORK ; POLICIES 07 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many e......531.000.
gauge shotgun Avon bottles miles on Grlffls' loop |ust AT HANDY MAN SflCMtl3BR

swing stf, luggage before Grace Baptist Septic Tank Installations .. REASONABLE RATES .> 4 I ecre Wilson dead reduced $13,100.:
rack. Viscount 1973 CHIWROLtTi Station
organ Church, look for signs.Itchg I *
lot
Christmas dscoratlons, wagon three seats loaded 404 W. Adklns--House SO x 100 $12.500.
lots of misc. llpd 12/11. 12/11. clean. 70000. 212Redgrave Olln's Mobile .611 W. Adklns 2 Bit-carport-fenced $" ..000.P.UD .
YARD SAlli Sat.. Dec. 13. 8 CnnoiiM BROS.
St. Call 964-5318
'ACKY AID SAIII Sat. iSun. CALL Home Sale s I PRO""rs.31R.
.. a.m. to 2 p.m. 417 South : or 964-8708. 12/. tfn. .
Dec. 13 t 1. Hlway FREE QUOTESPhone 31 Idwards Rd. Has everything Sst.MO.
301 N, |uit beforeStuckey's. Cherry St., behind house. 964-6750 1978 CIIICA OTl Loaded. 964-5606 I *Crystal lake homoslres-3BR rT, guest hou.$3'.OOO.
tabyclothes, Three families Clothing Will take .best offer. Call ) *14 Ac. Srawnlee Rd. Col. home, born streem .....500.
household Items, after 6 964.8569. Elaine M. Olin Agent ,
bedspreads, household sewing .... Steve Cardln: Owner p m. 12/4. I"" leautlful lake Oenevo 300' beech, 4 homes-Own fin,
and mlscel. Itchg 12/11. machine, adding 2tchgl2/IU .I 404. N.Cherry-2 lerge nicely fu,... oP'".Owner fin.
YARD SAlli Lois of clothing machines. Itpd 12/11. I II Home t 3 ecres In Srookar SSI.400
Some furniture and i 1241 Johns Drive, swimming' pool thirties.
houseworet. miles south M I .lto..... wlnhp.ReI.lOOW 3 IK CrUA. ". patio $19.500
of Starka on 301 next to V1 ATTENTIDN *3 BR 2S Ranch CrUA I2A for ..ro/.n.ld.225.16'.500.
Siesta Motel tin 12/11. 12$ ,.. old hame(2nO( .... ft.). Hampton :3 Ac-$3S,50ACMAOf
NEW ft USED

YARD SALIt Thursday thru We finance our own. 'eA-S23S septic well pump alee.pole, portable shsds.
and Sunday motor Dec. II.396- ,... Boa) KIR8YS HQSOTE BUYERS ! '40 acres ecross reed from Bedford Lake $10,000.
; Chevy ,
ROYALS 20 seres. Rd. 100 W $2T0. Owner financed.
motor; tires end rims of all ,' .. ."
; ; 43 Ac. lewtey area formerly "tore Skin i.d" $40.000
sites, ; household Items, EUREKAS .0. .. >4.7-A.rer d.'230MTS) Wilson *d. II 1,700.-- u -*-

. ,c'clothlngri3reoT mowry Efce "' -d6ne and gir half|, ( KirtOGVKRSELECTROLUX. ..;.. .f.. : :Were You One"(3f TRetiradford '."-r.t--; : |; :; : '.40 acres Acres-Hemptan Rd. 100-MOOO owner will.% flnence.Interest-Owner fin.S4 .

miles pasr hospital on SR FILTER QUEENS .13 seres 301 t Morgan Rd. Ownor finance S3.OOO.
230.. look for .Ig".. ..... ecres Crlffls loop timber-own. fin. $10,900.S. .
9446478. Itpd 1211.AUCTION COMMERCIAL SEARS Citizens Who Made11 .$ acres near Presbyt.Church: t ho.pltol-mak. offsr.tors .

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We repair' all makes. 7 Trailer lots Brownlee Rd.,20% dn.per ocre$4,000.
One Mile North AL YOUNG'SSince Too Much .150'.150' commercial on :301. awnar fin. $33,000.
OnUS301Fri. Country Club lot l 03 J'-nice 1o.0010n-'IOOOO.
I Sat.nights' I Hampton Oaks lot 21. trees, owner financed-$7,800.lus .
til Chrlslmal-7 P.M. > Call t Water St. lot 23S' M So' Owner fin. $1*,'00.
Toys, Glhs.... etc. 964-6918 FOR THE BONDPROGRAM Call St. commercial 100" 1W Owner fin. $'.'OO.u .
Santa Will Be There* :miles. north of /Nf ss offotrumnn,
',.,. 6 p m.- Tp.m, Starke en US30I
7$0 W. Madison former Mobil sta-S2S.OOO.
.ro I ;. 5.u. 4lt S. Walnut New. lerge. werelieuie $12.300.
BIRCH'S 964553423ITIHPM _.. Oreet property ecross from Holiday Inn-Own.Fln.
. I'aro. Apts. en :301-good poteotlol-owner fin.
WST CONTROL SERyiCIS"W 7000 .". ft. CB ....... en Rd. lei Ownor fin.
-- Tho Master Klll/ .n, .../ >Homecomnier.( ) A cortege on Medlton St. Owner fin.
} ''AdlT TA\O jifor Positive. Oermon.Hooch Control I <... "0. $500 mo. Income four. furn. rentals-Cell Bay SS.OOO
.1 tito'fLo.II"SpeciOI Senior ClllJen Rolet? YSSI f <>o.- Lerge opt. complex on :III..oad cesh flow own. tin.
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,f. Oarrl i.nn.A..10I.5140
" I .,6' ; LOOK IIIIN Byron Torwlllagar. ,'44-7774 Martha Oorko. 712337Anno
) l r Day or Night. Senlctn Terwlllegar Nelson.475-1477 Sally 1(1111011,461.2255
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We Have The Following Homes 9646530llnll27 ,Oriilina4.et**..< s ...* ..* *.| ..... :

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BUILDERS SUPPLY For Sale Today. IT'S A DANDY..., Drilling Fast Equipment Rotary .

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'i Washington' St. at R.R. 2 BR, 1 Bath, Stucco, 1123 Neil Ct., near Madison St. .Baptist Church. Houie Is located by Middleburg -

n.ar Bus Stop ,Large lot, 912 sq. (t. Big rooms. Monthly Payment $295" plus taxes at Jet. of 1-293 and ._Pumps_.. \
Starke. Flo. State Road 21. Go south on
and insurance :2t; 16 2/10 miles to HollBoree. New a Used :
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3 BR, 1H Bath, State Rd.. 230, 135 Ft. on: 3.9and: 46 (t. on Besecnt mile la Blackberry. Turn SalesPartsServlcePlumbing, :.

left and go 4/10. mile to __.,.f.: .!!!!!'..l!._ ;
TOTAL LIQUIDATION: Rd., 1198 Sq. ft.,.paved drive.355' Monthly;: )iment & taxes & insurance! Cotton lana. Turn lafr to :
4195 Cotton. Interim llnan; :
EVERYTHING SELLS '* ,3 BR, 2 DathsJir p 1ee.Roberts Rd., 4 mileVN.off, 16 W, towards clng Is available.:

1352 ; ft.' ,, acre of iand aiRancheUo. Must .New Installation' j
prison. sq. over an see to Hera.a chance to .become
Hardware, fool*, ihellt,. 100 gallon* of ; a homeowner..If "ou'r.willing Remodeling Repair* :
paint fishing 'g.ar. ,ugl., 'copter,, appreciate. 'M n hly'Paytn- '_385 plus,,t, x's and insurance to start- where .

typewriters, show co..pan.llng. glass, previous owners left off. py "i.
nuts A bolts hammer A > nails.3 paint 3 Br or 4 BR, Besscnt .Rdn Executive, Hom ifa'rge. ,Lot, Monthly Great possibilities..' Start .
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Car HitEntering Camper Hits Van
Sandra Sue Underwood Mills. Ceiv Puerto Rico, Mrs. Pat ,,,
"Susie" Under Newman, Keystone Heights Mrs. Off Road' Stolen. Car- Road In Starke CollisionA
Miss Sandra Sue
Brenda Lajoie Keystone Heights, A Starke woman was charged with Lawtey woman was charged with
wood 15, of Hampton died Friday Found
HuntersA
Mrs. Marsha Nugent Starke; 2 sons, And Then.Craslt! by ,
from Injuries received In an ) violation of right of way after she pulled '' violation of right of van was
automobile accident. "Bud" Roy R. Clemons, Jimmy A 'Jacksonville man 'was charged: Jacksonville Beach father and Into the path of another car Sun- Involved with a truck teat was pullinga
Born In Maxville, Miss Underwood demons both of Starke; 1 brother, with careless driving after he looked son who were squirrel hunting on: day,Dec.,at 7:15 p.m.on US-301,300. trailer Saturday, Dec. 6, at 3:09:
moved to Starke about 5 years ago. W.C.demons,Jr.of Starke;sisters, down at a delivery sheet and crashed] Tatum Saw Mill Road off CK-2QOA feet south of Starke. p.m. at Pratt and Orange Streets In
She was a sophomore at Bradford Mrs. R. tha Morgan of Ruskin, Mrs. into the rear of another truck on discovered a car that had been stolen Gladys Ellis Jones, 48, of Starke Starke. ,
County High School and was atten- Melba Hatton, Sneads; 17 grand- US-301 at 10 a.m. Tuesday Dec.9,2.8 Friday, Dec. 8. from .. resident at was not injured but damage to the Annie Cruce Starling 43, of Rt. 1,
ding the Hampton Baptist Church. children and 2 great grandchildren. miles north of Lawtey. Olln'r' Mobile Rome Park about two 1973 Chevrolet she was driving was Box 194 Lawtey was not injured but
Survivors include her parents. Mr. Funeral services were conducted at There were no injuries In the miles west of Starke on CR-16. estimated at $600. damage to her 1978 Ford Van that she
3 p.m. Wednesday Dec. 10, at Union Terry Futch and his Bruce Earl Frederick Jones 62 of Starkewas estimated at 1900.
and Mrs. Landon Underwood; 2 mishap. Damage to the 1975 son. was driving was
Church with Elder
sisters, Mrs. Mary Jane Contoise, Primitive Baptist Mercedes truck driven by Michael were hunting Saturday Dec.6,at 9:36: not injured but damage to the Two passengers in the van were
Herman W. Jordan and Elder David a m. on Tatum Saw Mill Road off CR- 1976 Ford he was taken unit to Bradford
Miss Gloria Jean Underwood; 2. Clark Hyzer, 24, of Jacksonville was driving was by rescue
Crawford officiating Burial was In 200A and In the of estimated at$229. In Starke. Mary
brothers, Landon Howard Under driving was estimated at $25. course walking County Hospital
Dyal Cemetery, with Archie Tanner through the woods found The Chevrolet entered US-3011rom Gross 30 of Starke and her
wood. John Wayne Underwood, all of Damage to the 1976 Chevrolet pickup a 1976 Frances ,
Hampton; maternal grandparents Funeral Home in charge of ar truck driven by'. Bennie Claude Chevrolet car that was owned by a driveway on the west side of the Kimberly Gross, S, of
r Mr. and Mrs. Ersley Norman of rangements. Relvin, 73, of Jacksonville, was Lucille G. Ledbetter that had been .road, pulled Into the path of the Ford. Stare, were treated In the emergency -
Highland. estimated at$50. reported stolen the day before,according The Ford then ran Into the left side of room and released, according to
Funeral services were conducted at Both trucks were traveling south on to the Florida Highway Patrol. the Chevrolet, according to the hospital records.
Albert Foster
2 p.m. Monday at Hampton Baptist US-301. The Chevrolet, driven by Trooper D.C. Roberts Investigated] Florida Highway Patrol. Gregory Allen Alvarez, 30. of Rt: 2,
Church with Rev. Mark Brown of- Relvin. was traveling at 40 mph. The the stolen car which was then Patrolman W.M. Abrams cited Box 1140, Starke was not Injured but
j j ficiatlng. Burial was in Highland Albert Foster, age 60, died in the Mercedes truck was traveling at 55, transported to the Bradford County Gladys Jones for violation of right of damage to the 1978 Chevrolet Blazer
4 Cemetery, with Archie Tanner North Florida Regional Hospital in mph. When Hyzer looked down at the Jail In Starke,according to the FHP. way. truck was estlmtaed at$1,200 and he
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Gainesville Monday, Dec. 8, followinga delivery sheet the Mercedes ran Into was also pulling a Roughneck Farm
arrangements. brief illness. the rear of the Chevrolet. Open Car Door Man. 23, ArrestedFor Trailer with damage estimated at$73.
Born in Eastman, Georgia, April 4. Hyzer was cited for careless driving The truck was pulling a farm trailer
1920, Mr. Foster moved here In 1952 by Trooper K.G. Etheridge of the Hit In TrafficA Motel BreakinA southbound on Orange Street.! The
William Hibbard from Jacksonville. He retired In April Patrol. westbound on Pratt Street
Henry Florida Highway rural Starke woman was chargedwith former Starke resident. Gary van was
William Henry Hibbard,87,who liv- 1980 from the Florida National Guard. opening the door of her car Into Wallace 23, was arrested Monday and did not completely stop at the
ed on Griffis Loop, died in the Bradford Camp' Blanding, was a veteran of WW Looking at One Wreck moving traffic in a mishap that took Dec. 8, for breaking Into a local motel stop sign and yield right of way to the
County Hospital Wednesday 2, a member of the American Legion Leads to AnotherA place on US-301 35 feet north of and staying several hours. tractor-trailer. Both vehicles tried to
evening Dec. 3. Post 56, member of the Fla. Warrant Center Street Wednesday, Dec. 3, at Wallace who lives in Jacksonville swerve to avoid a collision. The frontof
Born in Michigan Nov. 18, 1893. and Officers Association member of the rural Starke man, son of a : was charged with breaking into a the tractor-trailer struck the van In
coming to this area 13 years ago from Fla. National Guard Officers Association Florida Highway Patrol trooper was Willie Maude Cloversettle, Rt. 3, room Dec. 6 at the Torena Motel on the right side with the force of impact
Melbourne Mr. Hibbard was a member of the Bradford County involved In an accident with anothercar Box 1196, Starke, was not Injured but North Temple Avenue In Starke. causing damage to the. rear of the
retired truck driver and a member of Volunteer Fire Department, a on US-301, 45 feet north of Center damage to the 1977 Oldsmobile sedan Wallace was arrested after a com- trailer and farm tractor, according to
member of Ezra Lodge 67, A&AM of Street at 2:40 on Wednesday, the Starke Police Department.
the Congregation of Jehovah'sWitnesses : p.m. she was driving was listed at$300. plaint was filed with the Starke Police
Jacksonville and a member of the Dec. 3. Thelma Miltoff of Pemberton New Department by the owners of the Patrolman Eston G. Mosher cited
Survived by his wife Mrs. Laura Methodist faith.Survivors Kenneth G. Etheridge, Jr., son ofTroopel' Jersey was not Injured but damage to motel according to the report of the Starling for violation of right of way.
Mae Boyles Hibbard; 1 brother, OwenJ. include: his wife. Willie K.G. Etheridge, Sr. of Rt. 3, the 1972 Dodge Motor Home she was arrresting officer, Starke PatrolmanA.B.
Hibbard of Brooklyn, N.Y. Mae Rigny! Foster; a daughter. Mrs. Box 507, Starke, was not Injured but driving was estimated at 1000. Sharp. .
Funeral services were held at 2 Elaine Gunner of Starke; a son, damage to the 1979 Chevrolet he was The driver of the Oldsmobile open-- Wallace was released on a $2,500
pm. Friday Dec. 5, in the Chapel of Robert W. Foster of Starke; 2 sisters, driving was estimated at 3000. ed the door Into lane of traffic which recognizance bond! after being ar- Visit to MacDonald'sCosts
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with Mrs. Dorothy Jones of Jacksonvilleand Patsy Carter Koehler, 28, of Rt. 2, was struck by the motor home, according raigned before Bradford County
Mr. L.E. Wallace and Mr. Gilbert Mrs. Lillian Rigby of Eastman, Box 32A, Starke was not Injured but to the Starke Police Department. Judge Elzie Sanders. Drivers $435A
Crosley officiating. Interment was in Ga.; 3 grandchildren. damage to the 1973 Oldsmobile she Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson cited Jacksonville man was chargedwith
Funeral services were held at 2p.m. driving was estimated at $410.
the Crosby Lake Cemetery. was Cloversettle for opening door into careless driving after his car
Wednesday, Dec. 10, in the The Oldsmobile was southbound on traffic.Furnace.
moving struck the lot
another In
Bethel Bethel Baptist Chuch with US-301 when the operator stated she car parking
Nealy C. McConnell Sr. Rev. Denton Sumrall and Rev. Ray S. stopped behind a school bus that was Man Pulls Knife of MacDonald's Restaurant on US 301
Nealy C. McConnell, Sr., 77, died Teston officiating. Burial was In making a left turn. The driver of the south in Starke at 7:20: p.m.Thursday,
Thursday, Dec. 4 in a Lake City Keystone Heights Cemetery with Chevrolet, also southbound was look- Explodes On His BrotherA Dec. 4.Michael.
after a lengthy illness. Rites. DeWitt C. Jones old rural Starke Wayne Seay, 22, of Lake
Hospital Masonic ing at another wreck and drove Into Burns 54 year man was
Born in Reynoldsville,Ga.,Mr.Mc- Funeral Home was in charge of the the rear of the Oldsmobile, accordingto Woman. 77 arrested for pulling a knife on his Butler was not Injured but damage to
Connell retired from the Naval Storesin old Melrose incident residenceon the 1976 Ford truck he was drivingwas
arrangements. the Starke Police Department. woman was brother In an at a
1970 after 42 years of service,was a Patrolman W.K. Mclntire did not hospitalized Wednesday Dec. 3, at SR-100 south of Starke at 11:15: estimated at $300.
member of the St. Cloud Masonic Virgil E.Woods.55 issue any citations after conductingan 3:30 a.m. after a gas furnace; exploded p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, according to Larry David Batten 31,of Jackson-
Lodge 221, F&AM where he was a 50 investigation of the accident. in her face as she tried to light it. the Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- ville, was not injured but damage to
year member, and was a member of Virgil l E.!: Woods of Miami died I Mary Beneson suffered severe ment. the 1978 Ford car he was driving was
the First United Methodist Church of Thursday after an extended illness. P burns on her arm and minor burns Deputy Don A. Denton arrested estimated at $125.
Lake City. Born in Alabama and having lived In UI : [ elsewhere from the blast according to Therl J. Green of SR-100 south of The Ford truck was pulling into the
Survivors include: his wife Mrs. Miami for the last 50 years, he was a Irl the Alachua County Sheriffs Department Starke on a charge of aggravated bat- parking lot,where the 1978 Ford back-
Erie McConnell Olustee 1 daughter service manager for an automobile report. Records show the fur- tery by pulling a knife on his brother ed out of a parking space and backed
Mrs. Ed (Mary J.) Doss, Glen St. dealer and a veteran of WW2. !}] nace blew up as Beneson tried to ligHt Tim Green at the Copeland into the truck, according to the Starke
Mary; 1 son, N.C. McConnell, Starke; Survived by his wife, Mrs. Hilda it with a match. residence, according to BCSD. Police Department.
1 sister Mrs. Lucy Mary Keen Woods of Miami; his parents, Mr.and ., III Mrs. Beneson was taken by rescue Therl Green was arraigned before Patrolman Richard A, Bennett
Crestview; 1 brother, E.T. (Joe) Mc- Mrs. Olin McCann of Worthington unit to Shands Teaching Hospital in Bradford County Judge Elzle S. cited Batten for careless driving
Connell, Bremen Ga.; 3 grandchildren Springs and several neices and f' Gainesville where she is listed In ,Sanders, who released him on $1,050
and 6 great grandchildren. nephews. stable condition. recognizance bond provided he had no
Funeral services were held Saturday Funeral services were held Sundayat contact with his brother.
Dec. 5, at 11 a.m. from the First 2 p.m. at the graveside In Elzey I I.
United Methodist Church with the Chapel Cemetery, with Rev. Victor FLA. THEATRE
Rev. Carl Shafer the pastor, and Nickerson officiating. Burial followedin Turkey Hunt at ;
Rev. William S. McLoud of Macclenny Elzey Chapel Cemetery, under the BlandingCamp
officiating. J. Robert Weaver direction of Archer Funeral Home of a- Starke 964-5451
Funeral Home, Lake City, was in Lake Butler. aIf' aa Blanding's game reserve is restricted to turkey hunting this week,from

charge of arrangements.Roy Truck Hit on 301 Monday',In the first Dec.2 8 days to Monday a d 14.Tuesday, around 15 gobblers were bagged by Frt, Sat & Sun. i

R. Clemons Vehicle Leaves SceneA hunters.After the week of turkey tracking hunters will after all other than
died go game
R. Clemons, 67. of Starke, 1e
Monday.Roy Dec.8, at St. Luke's Hospital pickup truck was struck by turkeys again, starting next Monday,Dec. 15."fCToupOMv [ OASTfmD
a brief illness. another vehicle that left the scene of
following Born in Plant City, Mr. Clemons the accident Saturday Dec. 6, at 9.14: ;: :. ACOUPON I Io
moved to Starke at an early age. He a.m. on US-30I at Washington Streetin

owned and operated his poultry and Starke. + Ifs/ ROBERT BLAKE OWN CANNONSHOWTIMES i
Edwin Woodworth Rober, 64, of
retirement. He
until
farm

was produce Baptist a member Church of on the Morgan Union Road.Primitive damage Haines City to the was 1976 Chevrolet not injured pickup but First Deer! FREEBuy SPA U0 j En l f i

truck he was driving was estimated at
Survivors include; his wife, Mrs. Fri. 7:10: & 855
Ethel Louise Parrish Clemons, $300. 28-year-old T.C. Miller of Keystone One Regular Dinner-Get One FREE
Starke 5 daughters Mrs. Betty Nor- The pickup truck was in the south- Heights sports the bloody cheek and Sat a Sun. 5:30.:
man, Camp; Blending Mrs. Connie bound inside traffic lane on US-301 at shows the rack after killing his first With This Coupon Eat la or Carry Out, 7:10: 4 865: i
Washington Street waiting for the deer during a recent hunting trip to
Offer Good thru
traffic light to change when an Texas. -
Card of ThanksCard unidentified vehicle failed to stop, Others In T.C.'s hunting party were Dec. 17, 1980 : '" .. 1'\.1' 301 DRIVE IN
struck the truck in the
pickup rear, Jack F. Miller Sr., Loye Head, Leon --
of ThanksOur and then left the scene of the mishap, Kuykendall and James Sparkman.INSULATION. i :"
according to the Starke Police 7' estautarPer Fri., Sat, Sun. & Mon.
heartfelt and deepest appreciation Department. ,. .'1''t .
goes out to Dr. Hernandez, Bradford Brooke Shields
County Hospital staff, EMT's,
Sheriff's Dept., Archie Tanner I In
Funeral Home and to the many t
301 S. Starke
friends that sent food flowers and F.mlyOnl. 964.6877 BLUE LAGOON [is
prayers during the time of our
bereavement in the loss of our loved SAVE THA T ENERG YHOME NOW SERVING BREiXFAST at LITTLE ITALY .PLUS
one. .
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The Family of l 6 a.m. 11 am
Dudley Moore In
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Card of ThanksOur "
heartfelt thanks to all who ex- ,/ "'c

tended comforting sympathy and helpin COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
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our recent sorry. For the beautiful
service gifts of food floral offerings HIGH VALUE CELLULOSE
and other kindnesses, we are deeply FIBERGLAS BATTS FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR ARCHER FUNERAL
grateful. FREE ESTIMATES INSULATION
A special thanks to the staff of GLADLY GIVEN NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION

Bradford County Hospital, Dr. Sarnt rt.f'gg.N/JrORS/ QUALITY INSTALLATION
Jones Funeral Home and the love 'NSULA COLOtHCAT' .. HOME;
and prayers extended by our many SAVE '
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friends and neighbors. ON ON COOLING

12/11Itpd. Mildred Thigpen The Family Heath of fl S. DEAN CASSELS STARKE INSULATION t=2 55 North Lake Avenue :496-2008




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It's that time of year again when moat of us take time out from our ,

busy schedules to share gifts) good food and fellowship with our loved ones. In prayerful be of assistance to
may at 1'
thanksgiving for our good fortune, we at Jr, Food Stores decided that we'd donate gifts this ,, you :

year to the Sunland Training Center Instead of exchanging them between ourselves.
please feel I free
; anytime to
If helping others makes you feel good Inside, and -you'd like to be a part ,. n-:::=> :

of this effort, please drop by the Jr.: Food Store II).Starke, Keystone Hts, or Waldo with a I --.
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wrapped] gift for a man, woman or child and we'll deliver them to the center. f
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Jr. Seepstakes WINNERS Thank You "Within Your. Meant Now,. Ptact. ,of .Mind Alwo,'" _c t-: ... 1 I' .
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LAST WEEK- ERNESTINE GARMON, STARKE The Jr. Food Family .

THIS WEEK BERNIE M. BUTLER, KEYSTONE HOTS. '. J d JfnHa/' '

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