Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04241
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven102nd

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Mayor Jells PreacherConcerned


over the possibility of Mayor-Commissioner Charley during the discussion.
to the
movies offered on Schaefer told the board customers Information was presented
',1, cable when the service becomes will order and pay for HBO and board that an agreement had been
Traffic Stopper.;.. to, i .available in the city next summer a Cinemax separately from the regular worked out that would the Starke the Recreation
with the actual If there's delegation appeared Tuesday,Dec 9 cable service, adding that movies Department use gym
These photos don't begin to compare a more gaily decorated home In the area we'd; at the RJE School two hours a
beauty of the Christina yard of Mrs. Louise Ward who like to see it. So, don't rains driving by Mrs. Ward's at. before the Starko City Commission.Rev. cited by Alvarez will not be shown on day Monday through Friday and the
lives the of Pratt and Streets In Starke. least this Christmas cable channels., Alvarez
on corner Orange one night season. Roman Alvarez pastor of the regular Recreation Department would reimburse
pointed out Palatka residents recently -
Pine Level Baptist Church acted as Concerned Citizens$00 a month
received "lo" on regular cable free.
spokesman for a group of Starke for use of the lights in the gym.
Christmas Spirit in ,Lights. residents who asked the board who of"10"charge Is rated to promote R. cable television. Crosby read minutes from the
will' determine what is to be shown on Recreation Board over a two year
"If customers don't want a black
Cable TV. Alvarez called attention to period going back to 1978 with the
"I Just love to do It..i for the children," says Mrs. Louise Ward of the 1,000-odd, the kind of language used to describe Schaefer box, they said don't have to buy it, matter being tabled on a number of
5 lights and hundreds of Christmas decorations that surround two sides of her several movies during the past year "We need to have occasions. '
home at the corner of Pratt and Orange Streets in,Starke. v.t offered on Home Box Office and guidelines," Alvarez said stringent Information was presented to the
+ Clnemax. board that somewhere down the road
Kids of every age stop and gaze at the Christmas yard Mrs. Ward has spent, Commissioner' Vice-Chairman Jim- Commissioner Robert Milner Jr. the Recreation Board didn't like the
four years developing adding a little more each year. Her home had to be stated he was concerned as a Chris
my Crosby, Jr., pointed out a tian and as a commissioner about agreement and as a result didn'tutilize
decorations. representative of the cable company the building
what will be offered."They're .
); : programs
purchased several months ago by here to make Schaefer pointed out that Concerned -

It's difficult to find the big Items. Mrs. Ward has shopped ail area towel/ in ..,. Florida Publishing Company had Milner said. "I hope they will money cater to CItizens. since he has been back on
assured the board there would be
Starke Commission of October
search of large decorations but says they are becoming scarce. Mrs. Ward had no the majority of what the citizens the City as
to go to Tampa to find some Items and has ordered others.. ,:;>, x-rated program: offered. want." 1, 1979 have kept the light bill
Crosby pointed out officials of the Alvarez requested the board to take current but the $1,500 bill is still
Mrs. Ward put up most of the decorations outside her home In one day with I cable TV firm would be decided by the initiative In forming the citizen outstanding
the help of her daughter, Joyce Ward, and her sister Mrs Alean Moore who what the people demand. "A citizens advisory committee which will hold Silcox reported that the matter was
lives with Mrs. Ward, Also assisting In the decorating were friends Phyllis!and advisory committee will be established public meetings. "We need to let the turned over to the Utility Committee
Jim Glassman of Melrose Odell Moore of Tampa, and Miss Evelyn Brummett to work with the cable company. citizens express themsleves." but the matter has never satisfactorily
of Panama City Beach. "The has been resolved.
city enough leverage Alvarez said.Schaeferpointed.
Mrs. Louise Warder. loves Crosby volunteered to meet with
through of
approval a rate increase out the cable franchise -
This year background music I ia supplied with a stereo and bells are rung by the Concerned Citizens to to work
to decorate her home at Christmas try
batteryTHURSDAY. .. requests to get them to do what we Is to be 40 percent operationalby
for the children.l want" Crosby said. out a suitable solution to the bill
the end of June or they stand to
lose the franchise.' Other members of the current board
were ntfainKt writing off the_ S.1.501))
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J Backup Policeman Back to Work in HamptonBackup Hardship" Policy; ghib'iiI----Silcox :stated Crosby has the right

.:, Crosby's ProposalA approach to talk to the Concerned
i < 0 Citizens. .
policeman Steve Clark was been drop from 'the SFCC Police .that after the May 21 deadllncxoh the.. .. The Telegraph Checked Monday, hardship policy suggested by City Silcox went on to point out that he.
\t. put back to work Friday night./ Dec' .' .,, After attending! two'?_:.waiver.1s,strictly...upto'4h-..CUyitfHampton ''g' ,,4)e > $...with Assistant State,Attorney, Planning ,and .Zoning., Director M ,_,,didn'ji.Fcej( the' !matter should be turn
Ij'" y'-12- J" Hamptoo,1'.fter,'la couriclr" days Of classes SFCC told Clark his' : says Ms. hlsm. .'"< Tom Gtlwell!: to see if a complaint Crosby, was voted down 4 -I after a' ed over lo Dees to cut the lights off at .
meeting called by Mayor Hank Lou admissions paperwork had not been about the Hampton problems had lengthy discussion: Bobby Milner, the KJE Gymnasium Until the com '
resolved the problem of Clark's lack completed and dropped Clark. from Information was brought to the,I 1 been filed with the state attorney. Jr., seconded the motion but. voted. mission makes a decision.
of police standards training requiredby the course Telegraph office on the day of the Elwell declined tQ comment one wayor against; It. Milner's motion, seconded by Com
meeting that Florida Attorney lie matter was defeated after missioner Travis Woods. that Decs
the state. When hired, Clark was granted a the other. .
Clark was hired as a police officer six-month waiver so that he could General Jim Smith had ordered commented that if he Commissioner Vernon Silcox proposed was not to cut the lights off until the
under the II,S. Comprehensive complete the training course. Mayor Lott by .phone, to suspend found anybody doing wrong "the at- that the subject be discussed with commission had a chance lo work out
Employment Training Act (CETA A mix-up in fingerprints in Marshal Phillips. torney general would not have to tell the Bond Trustees before a formal a solution passed 4 O.
Diane Bruno asked the council who
). two months ago by the Tallahassee caused the confusion me to suspend a city employee." policy is adopted.
program city commission. Clark, 18, said Marshal Fred Phillips. brought the? information to the, Hampton's city charter\ providesthe The board approved a temporaryplan Police Want

was supposed to pursue the necessary "Somebody in this town thought Clark newspaper City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth gave mayor authority to suspend all city to instruct Utility Director/ Mer- City Fine RevenuePolice
rill Dees take
420 hours of police standards training, had a criminal record" the marshal employees, except the city council. to the responsibility for
the information
but was dropped from the Santa Fe added.Clark. to the newspaper!! Attorney J.J. Wolbert of Starke, ci- determining hardship cases until a Chief Jimmy Bowen apprised
Community College class In which. he just graduated from school replied. Councilwoman Lola,Williamson. ty attorney for Hampton told the formal policy is adopted. the board about a meeting with
was enrolled. and has no experience as a police of- Telegraph Monday Dec. 15, that The board plans to meet with the Bradford County Judge EUie S.
For a time city officials, including ficer, said Bill Maxwell, who servedas At that, Wadsworth was asked neither he nor his office was notified Bond Trustees at their next meeting Sanders and City Attorney George
Mayor Lott, did not know Clark had city clerk in Hampton back in 1925: whether he had been to the Bradford of Friday's special meeting. Tuesday. Jan. 6. Pierce about getting funds from fineson
It was the second time he had ap- County courthouse earlier the day of Clerk Wadsworth. when asked by Crosby pointed out his plan would misdemeanor arrests that the Cityof
peared before the council to oppose Dec. 12 to ask for an investigation. Chairman Curtis told the council he help people get out of a jam and help Starke is entitled to.
Vhemawn Grier the hiring of an 13-year-old man as Wadsworth stated he had not called. had. not notified Wolbert.. the city from being stuck with their Pierce told the board that unless the
backup police officer, Maxwell noted. for an investigation. e bills.: Crosby stated HRS would help officer making the arrest processes it
"lie would make a splendid traffic families not able to pay utilities billsto through city ordinances the city will
manage their better not receive the fines.
Maxwelld said money
The City of Hampton will be reim Mrs. Paulk ResignsFormer From FMHA BoardDan In other matters pertaining to Pierce Instructed Bowen to tell his
.6 bursed for the backup officer's utilities a light bill of $1,500 for the officers when making a misdemeanorto
Debbie Chlsm, CETA county commissionerHazel Starling another board RJE School to the Concerned Citizens process the arrest under section
Sr4yr oe salary in, the Florida super-Ser- Paulk Informed the Telegraphthis member has not attened the last for a period up to Oct. I, 1979 has not IS.1 and then have the officer write
vice visor office in Starke Employment told the week that she has resigned effec-i, several meetings, the Telegraph was been paid out the nature of the charge.If .
live Dec. 15 from the board of directors Informed by Mrs. Paulk. .
Dec. 16. Mayor Schaefer pointed out he hada the arrest is processed through
1 Tel"trapTuesday. be reimbursed of the local Farmer's Home Ad-. conflict of Interest In the matter slate statutes then the county Is subject -
Chism said. ministration. office. Only other director on the FmHA because he is currently on the boardof to getting the funds from the
Hank Lott out that Mrs. Paulk, who has been on the board for the local office housed in directors of Concerned Citizens andIs fines. .
when Mayor he found out about pointed the problemswith board since Its opening cited personal the old Bradford County courthouse, vice-president of the organization.He "This will help us get the money we
the backup police officer he used reasons for her resignation.One is Owen Simmons of Hampton. turned the chair over to Crosby should\ be getting," Bowen said

his store phone (Lott orates Lett's I i
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DECEMBER Tallahassee try to determine and If two Hampton to Gainesville would be to, 14-Y r-Old'Bor Suffocates in Septic Tank 'on Stern's Road .1

BRADFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL reimbursed for the officer.
BAN Christmas Concert "That's all I'm concerned about.
BMSGymSP.M.AdmlssionSI the city being reimbursed. ," the teenager' suffocated and Swires who lives on Griffis Loop 'home on Stern's Road Wednesday,. ThiJmday afternoon some 24 hours
.00 for Adults mayor said.Phillips another was hospitalized after sealing (SR-100A),, was hospitalized for Dec. 10, about 1 p.m., took at least a after the boys left home. It was
Students under 18-free had council Chairman Ted themselves in an unused septic tank observation and released Sunday. quart of gasoline to an abandoned thought that Booth was at the Swires
; Curtis Sr. read a letter from and lighting a fire to sniff gasoline. Dec. 14, from Bradford, County trailer site near the Booth house and home a neighbor to the Booth's told
FRIDAYDe.gMBRADFORDUNION" ?* Tallahassee which explained the mix- John Wayne Booth 14, son of Mr. Hospital., went down into the septic tank with the Telegraph
up and continued Clark's waiver until and Mrs. Keith Wayne Booth of Booth and Swires left the Booth the intention of sniffing the gasoline. Swires was walking down a dirt
Board of Realtors May 21.Next Stern's Road, Starke, was found deadin according to Lt. Glen Moore of the road and badly confused when found
t Annual Banquet class in police standards trainIng the septic tank last Thursday after-' Bradford County Sheriff's Department by his stepfather about 1:10: p.m.
Installation. ol Officers at SFCC starts in March which noon. Dec. 11, after the other youth the investigating officer. Thursday.
F-OO P.M. will take the completion of the course Charles Swires,' 14 was fountwandering HomeBurgled Both boys got into the septic tank Swires and his stepfather went back i
Starke Oolf & C.C.Club past the waiver period, Chism ex- down a road, badly confused. and closed the top of the tank to the septic tank where Booth was
plained. What Hampton does about Swires son of Mrs. ,Jacqueline! Moore's investigation shows.The con- found. A rescue unit was called and
DECeMBER 22-M.; iao On Bessent Road tainer of gasoline was broken while Booth was transported to Bradford i
INSPECTION STATIONwill inside the septic tank with Booth be- County Hospital where he was pronounced
be closedDecember Inside. ing fatally overcome by toxic fumes. dead-on-arrival at 2:20 p.m.
.. Thieve had an early' Christmas
Moore said.. Moore stated In his report that Booth
two' 'when they broke into the Bessent The Incident was not reported until had been dead 8 lo 10 hou...
Sections Dear Santa: Road home of Mrs. Anne' Godwin
DECEMSEIUlHEILSRONN SECTION At sometime Wednesday. Dec. 17, and
SPOS. VOL F.D. News .. ... . Pages 1 A.JA: Dear Santa Claus/ got away clean with jewelry, money
Meeting7:30: p.m Editorial.. : "i. :. .. Page 4A I 'love you very much. will you bringme and the gifts under the tree. Early Deadlines Set for MondayTVIegroph
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McCarthy's Garage Society Pages SA.4AA7A a record player and a baby doll L City and county lawmen were busy
Correspondence. 2A.3A&9A: and for 'my Uncle David a electric cataloging the, items stolen late
7"7| DECEMBER 24 Sports, .. . .Pages IOA&II A wheel chair,/or h. can play ball. H...._. Wednesday aftetnoaik.. Mrs. Godwin / readers will get a Monday, Dec. 22,edition next week to give
,.'\1:1/:, ;, BAKE SALE Legal A. R.al Est.. .. Page. IIA ,' ,loves you Vry ,much too. .discovered the robbery, when she. advertisers over two full days of exposure before Christmas which this
United Pentecostal Church' \ SECTION Bl < .a i ju Chrl.eln' Whittle,'* came home after work. year falls on the paper's regular Thursday! publication day. ,_
:", ladles Auxiliary '. r News Briefs. .. _, ,. "Pages SB A' = ty tar told Entry was made by rasing the The Telegraph will be on the street Monday, which will be the same as
'M '.-.' 'a.m..m. .' .. '\. Obituaries.'. .. .. . .Page 68Classifieds. ,. ,,,- : :" garage doe! then breaking the glass Wednesday usually is for the newspaper staff. The early publication will
",' In front of Eckerd's" ... .. Page 10B&UB r out 01 the Ouor into the'house while inside also give Telegraph employees time off for Christmas with their families.

;'f'l, ':' : "J ", '.:. the garage-and.screened from The Monday publication- da.te necessitates. earlier deadlines, for news
c and .
view. advertising:
\ Outside. Neighbors' ,did" sole see or hear' Deadline for classified advertising noon Saturday,; Dec. 20.
CY/lctif& ... anything.' .Deadline for display advertising is noon Saturday.Dec. 20.
i Deputy Sheriff Don Denton Deadline for news articles is noon Sunday, Dec. 8L However' if
.' taller* Two-tenths of an inch of rain falling in Bradford County Tuesday was "',. victims of break-la* to leave things everything Is turned In, at the last minute; it will be impossible. for ,the
((9CMI) 783-3W not enough to benefit strawberry growers who are still having to water' just; as they find them, and call they Telegraph staff to get everything the Monday paper r
HOMIS a LOTS ACM AOIAUTHOMMO their. plants twice a week to prevent.fertiliser burn. ,., j. .,airi ,, : law. Cleaning up debris and shoving Any news items or advertisements that can be turned in Thursday and, '
t..4 I / Diana There was little hope for more rain over the weekend the bwecast' out of place furniture back into placei Friday. Dec. 18 and 19.will greatly assist In publishing Monday paper
j \ was for clearing skies Thursday with a'' possibility of rain Saturday and ,''. i disturbs, chance for fingerprinting.. Correspondents are asked to turn part of their copy InT1hunda Fri
t, ': }: i'Des,' Sunday with normal temperatures.. -,1 v.Ill\ I '.4:1: :- > Call the law first before calling 'day or Saturday; then turn in last minute additions Sunday. .Anyone finding -,
Ponds and ditches are dry throughout the county end'berrp'growersfear i '-neighbor/, Many: times when the {the newspaper office' closed "q( : "Log, omen.. if below normal. rainfall continues through the winter fallowed f bye>> :;lawmen :arrive, Dentoa says.. they, material, under the doM. I '-
'. It will mean low yieldaepgortatthatrp the Itti season.', 'I:' ,>,find can already to driveway and The Telegraph will be open for business until noon Saturday. Dec. 20.,
r '.qif.J''i Mwy 301 N, a '.0. ton 1286' ,One grower, Lloyd Griffis / look good.at t: : i People, in tile house ......,inC pause The newspaper office will close at noon beBda ,D<<. 33,,and reopen for
lowtcy. fl. 32038 this stage and are loading up with bloom in spite of the dryrweatnerjuj. We evidane4.i 'regular business hours Friday. Dec. 211. i

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Page 2" TELEGRAPH. December. 18.,1MO

Hampton Officials Return 'rf i I ;' ,.' .i! : lit 1I rr

Surplus Property, and Pay 'for I(, .'to _, / -,-

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Officials at the Surplus Property were obtained from the Surplus Property pressor which was obtained by Hampton -
Warehouse in Starke confirmed to the Warehouse on October 29, 1979': City officials to be used in the
Telegraph Wednesday Dec. 17 that Nov. 6, 1979 and March 31, 19110 and grocery store of Lott was returned by ,
$124.50 bill for property obtained from were signed for by Ted Curtis,Sr., the Lott to the Surplus Warehouse,,

the warehouse by the City of Hampton current chairman of the Hampton CI- Lott,at the start of the special council -
during the last 14 months has been ty Council and on those dates acting
meeting Friday, Dec. 12, com-
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of the council.
paid. mayor and chairman mented about the air cOmpressor. "1 .rr I II i .
announced at a special i I i II
Curtis II
the front of the .. I 1 '
W.C. Causey, manager of Surplus meeting of the Hampton City Council Telegraph on ThursdayDec.page 11", Lott .* ; J'it'p't p'taWhiz
Warehouse had recently that he Marshal r '
Property Friday, Dec. 12, and
said. "I paid for tookit
contacted Hampton City Clerk Gordon Phillips rounded up the items which ,I
back when work. Lott funther
Wadsworth, Jr., by letter and were not In possession of the City of
telephone that the bill had to be paid Hampton and along with Marshal commented at that time., "I" wasn't a city official ,
immediately and that since the property Fred Phillips Sr. returned the itemsto d
did not go to the City of Hampton the Surplus Property Warehousesouth .
if the bill wasn't paid, surplus of Starke the previous day. "I don't have anything to hide, ask
property would turn the information Wolbert, in making his recommendation me to resign,and 111 resign tonight" I
over to the federal U.S. marshal and to pay the bill, suggested Lott said.A .
to the F.B.I. Phillips needs to find out where the Kids.
The debt Involved four chairs, a property is. stove and refrigerator was givento '..
stove and refrigerator, 4 tents and 4 Curtis told the Telegraph the four Marshal Phillips to put in his house, Appearing on Channel 4 on "It's Elementary" this Bonnie Benson. Shawn Brown; Kim Austin. Third row
parachutes.At tents and parachutes were at the according to Curtis. Curtis stated that Saturday will be these Lawtey Elementary students l-r): Mrs. Faye Slvazllan, faculty sponsor; Bobby Loznlcka.
Solar Energy Plant in Hampton. He Phillips had agreed to return the First rowDenny Thompson. Terrell Johnson Russ Cantrell Lee, Michelle Clark Shawn Butler. Shawn
the Tuesday, Dec. 9, monthly explained Donnie Lott, son of Mayor stove and refrigerator if he leaves the Miscally. Sam Dermaglo Missy Price,, Allan Wood. SeHsmpien, and Mrs., Judy Miscally., Fourth rowMrs..
Attorney meeting of J.J.the Hampton Wolbert City advised Council the, Hank Lott, is employed at that plant employment of the City of Hampton. cond rowRob Norman, Eric Verunac, Stephanie King, Regina Price: Trey Howard, and David and needed the tents and parachutesto
council to pay the bill, saying the bill materials. Causey indicated there has been
cover some
was valid and needed to be paid. Curtis out of his to some confusion about what Items
paid $30 pocket
"This will get us back" in the positionof the City of Hampton to cover the cost were included in the $124.50 bill. He Lawtey Students to be on" TV SaturdaySaturday
bills, Wolbert said.
pay of the tents and parachutes. pointed out previous checks sent by
Causey told the Telegraph the items Causey explained that an air com- the City of Hampton were credited to
other items obtained by Hampton of- Dec. 20, at 11:30: a.m. Eric Verunac, Denny Thompson, Nichelle Clark, Sam Dermagio.
H ficials. students from Lawtey Elementary Trey Howard, Stephanie King Cen- "
School will be featured on "It's trell Lee, Shan Hampton, David "It's Elementary is a game show
Community Newsby Those items have included for children 7-12. The are
may a Elementary" on WJXT-TV, Channel Gaskins, Bonnie Benson. Shawna ages games
stove and refrigerator which is basedat 4. Brown, Shaun Butler, Bobby Loz- fast-paced brain teasers and skill ex:,
Elizabeth G.Walker ing Worship 11 a.m. Hampton City Hall and a base sta- nicka, Russ Miscally. ercises that viewers at home can also
Phone 064-6683 St. John Missionary Baptist tion plus some radios based at the These fifth grade students are: Rob Those chosen as alternate's were: play along with the studio audience.
Church: Sunday School each Sundayat Fire Station. Norman, Terell Johnson,Allen Wood, Missy Price, Kimberly Austin, It's Elementary is currently Jackson-
Notice! Francis Chapter 140 Order of 10 a.m. Church Service 2nd and 4th vl lfs only! locally? : produced!
Eastern Star Sunday. Christmas practice children-s snow. 11 is lun, yet instructional.
You are invited to the 68th anniver- weekdays at 4 p.m. The Christmas Terri Ferhsi host.
sary of the Thanksgiving service of program will be presented at 6:30: Jackie Martin Indicted For MurderA I
St. John The Evangelists, Sunday, Tuesday, Dec. 23. Choir rehearsal 6 Charles Hall, school principal, and
Dec. 21, at 6 p.m. Philadelphia Bap- p.m. Wednesday. Rev. Willie Huff- Faye Sivazlian, faculty .sponsor for
tist Church, Lawtey. Clarence man, pastor. Grand Jury's sealed indictment The bullet and pistol were Judge Green represented by Starke "It's Elementary" coordinated
Williams, instructor at Community Philadelphia Baptist Church: A opened Friday, Dec. 12, at 8.50: p.m. recovered by sheriff's deputies. Attorney J.J. Wolbert,who continued Lawtey Elementary School's appearance -
Day Care Center, will be the speaker. Christmas Revival started Monday by Circuit Court Judge R A. (Buzzy) Mrs. Martin was arraigned before bond of$1,050 that had been set at the on "It's Elementary."
Bradford County Christian Missionary night, Dec. 15, at 7:30.: through Friday Green, Jr. charged Ella Nora time of her arrest by Bradford County
and Literary Society will Dec. 19. All members are askedto (Jackie) Martin, 45, of Starke with Judge Elzie S. Sanders. The following parents also assisted:
have its Christmas party Monday, cooperate with this activity. The murder In the first degree in connec- The trial has tentatively been set Mrs. Marilyn Verunac, Mrs. Regina
Dec. 22.Notice public is invited. Sunday School 10 tion with the death of her husband, Card of ThanksOur for the week of next March 16. Price Mrs. Judy Miscally and Mrs.

All members of the singing a.m. Morning Worship 11:30. After Jimmy Martin. heartfelt thanks to all who extended Geraldine Thompson.
group are asked to please be present noon service 3 p.m. Martin, 33, was shot Saturday more comforting sympathy and help
and on time at rehearsal. Our Carol- First Born Church of The Living ning, Nov. 22, at 10:30, after he in our recent sorrow. For the I .
ing activities will be Sunday,Dec. 21, God: Tuesday 7:30: Bible Study. Fri- returned home. He was shot In the beautiful service gifts of food, floral
through Tuesday, Dec. 23. day 7:30: Tarrying Service. Sunday chest, according to Bradford CountySheriff's offerings, and other kindnesses, we
The Calvary Baptist Church will School 1030.: Morning Worship 11:30.: Department report, with a are deeply .
present its Christmas program Fri- YPCW 6 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. .38 caliber pistol. The fatal shooting A ratelul. to the staff of NOTICE I *
day night, Dec. 19, at 8 p.m. Theme: Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday took place at a house just off CR-16 Bradford County Hospital Dr. Sarnt,
The True Meaning of Christmas. Rev. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 about a mile east of Starke. Jones Funeral Home, and the love
Alphonso! Jenkins, Pastor. a.m. Evening Worship 7:30. Visitorsare Martin was taken by rescue unit to and prayers extended by our many
welcome. Bradford County Hospital in Starke friends and neighbors. The Bradford county Motor!
Community Day Care New Bethel Baptist: Each Wednes- where he was pronounced dead on arrival The Family of
The Community Day Care is in the day 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday according to a report filed by Mildred Thigpen Heath Vehicles inspection station will
process of raising funds to purchasecots School 10 a.m. The Christmas program Lt. Glen A. Moore of the BCSD. .......... ........
for the center. There are several will be presented at 6 p.m. Mrs. Martin was arrested by Lt. Our heartfelt thanks to all who ex- be closed
fund raising projects coming up Church of God In Christ: Each Moore for the murder of her husband tended warm and comforting sym .
There will be door to door soliciting Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Band. Friday after a domestic argument betweenthe pathy in our recent bereavement.We .
for cash funds. A Bingo night is 7:30: Pastoral teaching. Sunday couple. are deeply grateful for the gifts DECEMBER 22 THROUGH 26
scheduled Jan. 29 at 7:30 at RJE School 9:30. Morning Worship 11:30 After being shot inside the house, of food, floral offerings and the many
cafeteria. We are asking everyone to with Minister Dewey Taylor in Martin ran outside and collapsed just prayers and the love extended by our *By Autt orltyofil-. the.-. >Bradford' county"' 'LKlnl/
; with Sister Jim- off the patio. Mrs.Martin was leaningover many friends and neighbors.
help when asked. The help of all charge. YPWW 3:30: flllm?
citizens Is needed. my Thomas presiding. the body and.crying. when Lt. 4,Appreciation also is extended to Ar.' oar.of Coun. yCq: m' SSI QRS d- I In. Ii,
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alias Tanner Funeral. W.
isBasketball; Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Moore arrived. Home.n. .. .. nn
Game: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wore The Family of ,
There will a basketball game Fri ship 11 a.m. Rev. W.H. Zanders will Roy R.Clemons I
day and Saturday at 8 p.m. All ball deliver the Christmas message. The THE BRADFORD -
fans are invited to cheer for the teamof Christmas program and party will be COUNTY TELEGRAPH
your choice. presented at 6 p.m. Members and
friends are Invited. Published every Thursdayof
Church ActivitiesThe Carver Lodge No. 89: Christmas IJ8 W. Call Street
Victory Temple Church of God: baskets will be given out Thursday, Stark. Florida 32011

The members Invite you to their worship Dec. 18, by Carver members. Clothes Second Class postage paid at
services will be distributed from the Hall
each Saturday at 12 on S.orke. Florida 32091
noon. Bible study each Tuesday at 7 Oak Street starting at 10:30: Dec. 19UYA .
Holiday Activity: The annual Subscription Rates
pm.Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap- Christmas party of the UYA and Day In trade area. $9 00 per year
list Church: Christmas practice will Care staff will be held at the home of S5 00 six !months: .
be held at the church Monday through Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Lee, 111 E.
Thursday. Each Tuesday Prayer Calvary Street, Friday, Dec. 19, at Outside trade aro SlO 00 per year
Meeting. Friday the Junior Choir and 3:30. S3.50 SIN" .monthsBUFFET .._' HOLIDAY qDEo

Ushers will meet. Saturday at 6 p.m. ,
Christmas -
practice. Sunday School i
9:30.: Morning Worrship 11 a.m. EvenIng I ..Ja ",,
worship at 6 p.m. I.Ml.
: :Moriah United Methodist 1 GIFTSMany '
Church: Sunday School 9:30.Morning S .0
Worship It a.m. The.Christmas Program -
will be presented Wednesday,If .aa

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Pleasant Grove United Methodist ill
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m.
Lovefeast Service 3 p.m. All
members and friends are invited.:
:.Ml./ I'isgah AME: Church: Sunday A:
School 10 a.m. The Christmas Program
will be presented at 3:30 p.m.
All members are invited to attend. .
Free Canaan True Church of God In 14,11 .> I If
Christ: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-

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Nolin's 1st Grade
Tammie Jean Starling celebrated
her sixth birthday December the 15.

Homer Franklin Hart,Jr., receiveda wf
READ-athon Citation Certificate
for completing all requirements of the
MS READ-a-thon program.Mrs. .
.Patterson'4th Grade
Spelling Super Stars are: Dana I '
Bowen, Sheryl Brazell, Ed Douglas, "
Benjamin Hankerson, Scott Mc- DR P'f
Cauley, Stacy Marshall, Laurie
Mobley, Ryan Moore, Selena Nor. v .
man, Suzrnne: Sapp. Barbara Smith:
Sarah Smith, Renee Thomas, Mat-
thew Watson, Ricky Whitaker, Valdez
OcSue, Johnny Barnes Marcia
Brown Shari Cam Bryan Clemons,
Kem Fillyaw Renee Hewett Anita AAWW
Jackson Mike Jackson, Terncena
Kitties, Karen Morgan, Chris Noegel,
Patricia Parado, Eric Redding Anthony Itc.r
Tyson Jan.cn Wallace, Jimmy F5
Langley, Karen Black, Audra Brant.
y, Harold Chandler, Kim Dukes 11 Styles and.Co>|7ors.to"Selsct'Fror1 I _
Mitch Gray, Felecia Hankerson,Marvin ,
Lane, Donna McKelvy, Anita
MOSS, Allen Porter, Pam Thornton. DENMARK '
Lisa'! Adkins, Doug Rehberg, Terry N A t o
Rodgers, Rhonda Alvarez, John Bell.

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r6 Lillian Pearson' to be Installed, as, President<< :Of &-U ,RealtorsMrs.

Lillian Pearson will be Installed of' officers begins at 7 p,m, with a The realtor of the year and
as the new president of the social hour and will run until 10 p.m.A associate realtor of the year will be
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors, gala evening Is planned for honored for their outstanding' serviceto
Inc. this Friday night.Dec. 19, at the realtors, their associates and friends, the community, Mrs. Terwillegar
Starke Golf & Country Club. says Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegaf, the''' says.
The annual banquet and Installation 1980 president.ly Fred Davis, an Orange park
It realtor will Install the officers. The
ALI Christmas Held SREC slate is Mrs. Pearson, president; Verft
Party for nie Odom, vice-president; Janet T
Starling, secretary: ; Susan Faulkner, .
The Starke Woman's Club was the Program was established In March treasurer, ana Anne Godwin, :,
}. ro l setting for the annual Christmas Par 1980 In Union County only. This program associate realtor representative. t:)
Y ty for the SREC Homemaker and provides more intensive care Board members to be installed are ']
Community Care For The Eldery including 24 hour per day Respitecare Harriet Maines of Lake Butler,
(CCE) Programs of Bradford and and medical transportation for Cecelia Terwillegar, Ralph Bryan
Union Counties. It was held Wednes- frail, functionally' Impaired persons and Delano Thomas, all of Starke. il
day. December 10, 1001), at 11 a.m. over the age of 80.Transportation'. Some 18 brokers and 40 associates 11"rare
*1. f Y Those attending were 112 elderly to the event was expected to attend the dinner i.
and handicapped clients County Officials ''provided by program staff and meeting. For reservations, phone ,.J)
from Bradford and Union volunteers from the First 964-8788 9645318. SI
Counties, Homemaker and CCE Staff Presbyterian Church of Starke. or ..
members.The Entertainment was provided by the "t
Homemaker Program is an Children's Choral Group from "4til
HRS funded program and was Southside Elementary School accompanied "Old friends are best. King
established in 1975 to provide servicesIn by Mrs. Marjorie Thompson. James used to call for hit %'J
Southside Elementary Singers the annual Christmas Party field! each yen for' SREC. the home to frail elderly and han Shane Green and Joey Herres sung old shoes; they war easiest
dicapped in Bradford and assorted Christmas selections. They for hi! feat." John Saldon
persons rte
and Union' Counties
entertain at from' Bradford'
Southside Elementary School Choral Singers Members of' SREC are by Charlotte
Union Counties. were accompanied < I ,..j1lI
The Community Care for the Elder- Green and Marjorie Thompson.

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Mrs. C.E. "Su,"Davis Stokes, Stephanie Cainey, Melissa House at the Parsonage, Sunday, the party was a huge success. direction of teen leader Deborah at the Brooker Community Center ..
Phone' 485-1344 Bishop, and Lisa Drawdy. Jr. Scouts Dec. 20, from 2:30: to 4-30: p.m. They Green. Teen leader Donna Marsh has Saturday afternoon from 1-3 pm. Thej)?
were: Sarah Douglas, Sabrina Starl- wish to extend an invitation to all City ofBrookerInitialling taught an Interesting art craft using table was decorated: in a Christmas
Brooker Elementary ing, Angle McClellan, Dennis and members of the church and all of New Hydrants tissue paper. Junior 4-H'ers under theme. The cake, baked and '
Eight Brooker Elementary Diane Tetstone. Wendy Tetstone, their friends to stop in during those The installation of fire hydrants will the direction of their adult leader Jan decorated by Martha Wooden of
students recently participated: in a Christie Nipper Audrey Pierce, hours. soon be completed. Linda Robinson, Pierce, have been busy with home improvement Gainesville, was a thing of beauty
fund raising MS readathon. First Cheryl Griffis and Sondra Green. A The G.A,s will have'a box In the City Clerk, said the changeover from arts. The club has also with all the tiny red roses on a field of
place winner was Brian Perea who big thanks to "Santa Douglas" for library for items of food, gifts, etc. to the 2"standspipes to 6" lines will give been making Christmas favors for the snow white Icing. The cake was servo
won a Myester Sleuth wrist watch anda driving and letting the girls decoratehis be presented to a needy family for the the town better protection. Linda said mature adults Christmas Club. ed with punch and ice cream after the
stuffed animal. Second place winner truck. The girls enjoyed a meal at holidays. she would like to express her ap- Adult volunteers working with the guests had played several games. The
was Loris Callan who won a stuffed McDonald's after the parade.The Under the direction ,of the choir preciation for the cooperation and patience 4-H are: M,J, Green, Ann Starling, M. party was chaperoned by Judy's
animal. Other participants were: Brooker Girl Scouts joined thereat leader Tommy Cox. the church: the town has shown she and the Dyal, Jean Parrish, Jan Pierce, M. mother Mrs. Ellen odwln., jVi:
Paul Roe, Jeanne Andrews, of the neighborhood on Thursday rafters rang with joyous sounds of council during the transition. Stillwell and Steve Hunter. We are happy to see Paul Prescott oj
Stephanie Gainey, Penny Roe, Greg for caroling at the Starke Nursing music as the Brooker Baptist choir The Brooker 4-H club will be receiving recuperating at home after having a
Pardee and Jason Pardee. Home. presented "The Christmas Story" Home' Destroyed by Fire funds from Chevron Oil Company, light heart attack rcceptly. ??
Tuesday Dec. 16, all Brooker Thursday night Dec. 18 (tonight) is during service hours Sunday morning We were sorry to hear that Larry to be used for the club community Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler of :I'
Elementary students attended the the annual Christmas program at the As the story of the Christ child unfold Hicks and wife, Cathy, lost all of their pride project. H'ers will be workingto Starke visited Paul Prescott Friday .,;
play, The Sword In the Stone at the school. The public Is invited to attend. as told by narrator Bradley Cox, belongings in a fire last Thursday at make their facilities more energy Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prevatt ol "..,
Santa Fe Community College in The program will begin at 7:30 a feeling of gratitude, sadness' Worthington. One little ray of sun efficient. The club will also work on Bradenton were the weekend guests ",J
Gainesville. We would like to thank and will be followed by a. sort helplessness and happiness seem to shine to offset the bad Is the arrival of the club grounds to make them more of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earnest .7.
Ms. Stein and her drama class for this business meeting of the P.T.A. overflow within. We feel the program, their new son, Saturday; in the early appealing. Edwards"u
production.Last Marilyn Vellenga announced that was presented with feeling and heart a,m. The baby was named ,James The Warren Mizelle family were lip
Friday students from the 4th, the following third grade students in and was executed beautifully. Henry, weighing in at 6 Ibs. 13 oz.: Around Town guests at the employee Christmas B Q .d J
5th and 6th grades competed at her room are on the honor roll for the Larry is the son of our postmaster Mr. Judy Ann Godwin celebrated her sponsored by the Florida Gas "n
I Hampton Elem. School in the annual, last grading period: Sarah Douglas, New River Baptist Church Ned Hicks 12th birthday with a group of friends Transmission Co. last week. of i
Bradford Elementary School Basket Don McDavid, Stephanie Gainey The Adult Two Sunday School class .
ball Classic. Brooker's fourth and ,Melissa Bishop, Vince. Robinson andPenny wil begin the holiday season with a Brooker 4-11 Club .ilk I
fifth grade girls ended the day with Roe. covered dish dinner at the church Friday The Brooker 4-H Club held its first CHRIST LUTHERAN ; :
one win ana two 1 losses to take third. Dec. 19. Hosts for the occasionwill meeting of the year in October. At the a
place. The fourth and fifth grade boys Brooker Baptist Church be Rev. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker. meeting the officers were installed at !
had two losses with one game endingIn The fellowship hall had a very. The Adult Three class will enjoy a an inspirational candlelight service CHURCH 3=
overtime losing by the score of 8 to festive air as you stepped through its Christmas party at the home of Mr. Officers for 1980-81 are: Drew An- Q
6. The sixth grade team played doors Friday night for the "Secret and Mrs. C.J. Stalnaker. drews, president; Michelle Stillwell, Pastor Glen Schmiege 473-2419 :.11 s
Hampton in a tough game. Brookerwon Sisters",Christmas social The tables The young adults will rush the vice-president; Sharon Fussell ;IJ,
by a score of 12 to 8 with two dunk were decorated with the traditional Christmas season in with a cookout of secretary, Randy Starling,
shots by Tim "Dunk Em" Davis. colors for the holidays. The tree was hamburgers and frankfurter roast at treasurer; Deborah Green, reporter; Church Service 10:30: AM .. }
Those students playing in Friday's'game elegantly decorated and underneathwere the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Par Suzanne Dyal, historian and Susan
were: Gina Andrews, Sarah a large assortment of gaily rish Saturday night. Dec. 20. Navalany, program chairman. The
Crews, Connie Foster, Sondra Green, wrapped gifts. After an exchange of The young adults enjoyed the November and December meetingswere Keystone Lion's Club ;;:J
Joy Vellenga, Sabrina Starling Den- gifts the ladles enjoyed refreshmentsof Christmas party at the home of very action.filled. The 4-H'ers v.) I
nis Tetstone Tish Goss, Donna goodies brought In by members of Janette Hayes last Friday night. The have been busy learning how to make *Sunday School and Bible School Resumed' e AM .n'! I
McDavid,. Scott Douglas, Paul the society. dinner was served in sections on a themselves up as clowns under the ,,,1 I
McDavid Mike Navalany, Brian Thursday, Dec. 18 (today), the twelve point system. The food and, .. "" Io I.tI.F _, :i-.a I IIt"
Perea, Randy Polk, Kevin Starling: mature Christian fellowship (Keen service pieces were named as a> ,
Mike Stillwell. Tim Davis, DavisHamilton ) will attend covered dish lun'cheeh'stt "
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Brownies and Jr. Girl covered dish dinner at the home of tIDon't
Scout troops have been busy recently. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas. The 8-3-1 *
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S too late, that you had asked the eldersin other hand, are busy also with the nowadays would never listen that t ,documentary lacks the compelling
your faroily whether parents orEandparentsi everyday routine and fail to take the much.''But when they do ask us about personal Interest of a parent's story
iiii i jqinbuons'about i'time .to tell their children these ourselves we try to rake up some ac- about the day grandpa's horse ran
the customs and way things, either because of their preoc- curate memories and go Into the subject away when frightened by one of those
I of life that prevailed in their youth, cupation with other tasks, or because in some depth. This kind of family / new horseless carriages, or how Aunt
: and a hunderd other things you didn't they think the children would not be pow-wow tends to break throughthe Emma ruined a brand new organdy
think about until too late. interested anyway. so-called 'generation, gap' and dress when the.canoe tipped, over In
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The sad part Is that most Here is the way that Robert Tyrrell,
youngsters are so preoccupied with a special writer for The Christian "After all, how''can our young people If you don't' take time to listen to
I school activities, i sports clubs Science Monitor describes his fami really understand the reasons for. these stories now,while mom and dad
c and/or "just fooling around" in their ly's way of coping with this family what Is going on in the world today 'are still around to tell them, you'll
C early years that it doesn't occur to, history vacuum:: unless they know what things were, miss the fun o( telling and re-telling
t them to become interested in things of like a generation ago? True, they caa them to your children and grand--
> the past until the only ones who could .My wife and I have tried torepair watch a good TV documentary or t '. children in later years. You, as wellas
| tell them such fascinating stories are the situation for the future. I read about it in books, but this cannot 'F they, will be the losers.
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I Florida Needs Help With Drug ProblemsIs replace the intimacy of personal many of the problems that are now Bobby

memories from their next of kin. getting you down, and you may get a TaylorThe
worthwhile idea or'two by hearinghow
"So, parents, tell the kids about the they coped with these things in

Florida's Image in South Florida, have the people of Florida, from the. days when you were young the their day.

danger of shifting from one of benefit of sophisticated equip- citizen in the street to the games you played, the songs you
the fund had with hand-
sang you "At the least their memorieswill
sunshine, waving palm trees ment and technology, while highest officials in made toys before such things were provide very you with some true Christmas tree originated in

and balmy breezes to one of the inadequate number of Tallahassee, to let available at the nearest ten cent stories to tell your own children some western Germany settlers several introduced hundred

drug trafficking and drug agents assigned to combat Washington know what is going store. What you did to'pass away thetime' day, and they will tell theirs, and so years the ago.custom German into Pennsylvania in

related crime, already partly them are often handicappedby on, and demand the movies in and the television.days before automobiles, on and on."This 1816 and by 1850 the Christmas tree

responsible for Miami'srecord having to use inferior assistance that this problem had become fashionable in the
is the of folklorewas
how richness
of more' than 500 equipment and out-dated warrants. "And,young folks, take time out occasionally built and handed down from eastern states. Today the Christmastree

i murders and other crimes in methods of control. Working Until our combat forces are to ask the 'old folks' about one generation up to the next," Mr. Tyr beautiful is one symbols of the of most Christmas.It popular. and

; this calendar year? under these conditions, they and the the days when they were young. Such rell reminds us. "If we lose that per
strengthened given 'information could prove much more sonal heritage now,we shall be losingone
In accusation cannot be expected to stem to choose a fresh
a strong funds to compete with the Interesting! than you thing. of our greatest assets and playing is important
1 against federal officials for the tide of a traffic that now drug traffickers on an equal Remember..the oldsters also faced traitor to our forefathers." tree and keep it as fresh as possible so
threatens to the entire that your tree will remain lovely
Florida's engulf
neglecting stagger- footing, the people of Floridacan throughout the holidays. First of all
I l ing drug problem, State At- state only expect more of the select a tree with good needle holding

I torney General Jim Smith has "Frankly, I don't think same with drugs which are ability. Florida's warm weather
r called Florida the nation's federal officials really unders- already available in our causes trees to quickly wilt and drop
8 "drug supermarket-home of and will continue I I their needles. This can be severe
tand what's going on here, schools & S enough to completely defoliate a tree
? the butchers and bag boys w.-- -
the Attorney General says. their insidious spread into } and necessitate buying a second tree
t employed by the smuggling That puts the burden on the every phase of our society. before Christmas. Also choose a tree

syndicates." And Miami isn't with an attractive color,and a full,

| the only "supermarket" in the .ti bushy"see-through"appearance.trees should Those be skinny avoid,

i state-the cancer of drug traffic ed. Most people! also prefer a conical
t and all its attendant evils is Population. Shift Where Reform Is Really Needed symmetrical shape to their tree. The
moving into North Central branches should be sturdy enough to

< and West Florida, with Solutions to all the problems naive opinions. It is time the people hold ornaments as small gifts.and other decorationssuch

t Gainesville already tabbed as Brings Sun Belt ProblemsCensus reported in recent past of Florida the taxpayers and victims of crime
c the center for much of the con- prisons would lead one to believe they speak up lest the untried, perhaps The more recent the tree has been
f spiracy that is fanning out in have all been solved. They are neither hasty and dangerous measures cut the better. Freshly cut trees will
all directions. solved nor identified. recommended by the ill informed have good needle holding quality and

J Bureau figures show nia, and elsewhere in the Sun _Ad hoc committees, blue ribbon become the norm. will have better resistance to Igna-

i declares The Attorney that federal Generalc officials'h that for. the first time in the Belt, -attention is* inevitallr.f ,-,Xoourtappointed committees; "do-good'committees committees,, ,,' Violence In prisons'l is not a'Florida.aoomaJyxFcison lion. These points. and are whltt extremely pitM'lIIIcIDouglas 1m.plll'taat.l&eteh. <.

; nationsJjistbjyv.); Ihe largest ps t "on present and'fuftnre'' legislative coWintiRefes, left wing .; EBtorm> is>a>coininbn a tutditBalsanfcitouinalOTatly:
who live in the
| Washingtonc needs America
sWre:.pOpUneBge! -- have good needle holding qualities.
area f'don't seem to realize- and used by the inept.
lives either in the so-called housing. The problem -7, dividual and unilateral decisions by Spruce trees tend to lose needles
i that the drugs their kids are the fact his. legislators, .judges, opinions by quickly.
in and "Sun Belt" states of the Southor augmented by t editors all these and more When a legislator became better
buying Georgetown newspaper
known as "lawmaker", the prison
some economists believe that
the West Coast.
on have bombarded the public
Alexandria literally Bend the needles to determine thetree's
J come through Increased. The
by the time the next census is in recent months with grand populations
needles shouldbe
freshness. The
Florida. We're facing a social According to the 1980 and judges did not take
nose- taken in 1990 the cost of an knowledge and supreme cures for all needles
that into account. That is where supple and springy. If the
disaster that warrants the count, 50.5 percent of the average home may be well the ills orchestrated by the media. "reform" is needed. break. the tree is not fresh. Bounce
( country's 155 million eligible Yet, new episodes or violence and the butt of the the and
same kind of resource allocation above $150,000. It is also projected Raymond E.Kay tree on ground
voters now live in an Lshapedbelt reports of prison problems appear Rte.3,Boxll5Interlachen see how many needles fall. If more
natural disaster. ad-
as a that some 21
miUion; often the day after a powerful
1 again,
stretching all the ,Fl than a few fall the tree is old and dry.
Smith is urging Congress to way ditional housirlg XihlK will be solution is offered up by one of those Also feel the stump. The sap should,be,

? bolster the budget of the U.S. from Washington to Californiaand needed over they! a > | mentioned above. sticky and moist, npt har4 ajj.d.ga.k.ed. /; \,,
on to Florida. This shifting ) oq After walking the cell blocks, to DEFEND THE PEOPLE'S
Drug Enforcement Ad- trend of the population, As the number of rifill cell, every day, at Florida State RIGHT TO ELECT .In "l

t ministration and to passb which is expected to continue rental units in Florida st, Prison for two years, I came to know Stand the tree\! in a 'r"e"ei: JiiJJ.IQ1, {i
legislation allowing thee lt1IUrl'rate8\ the residents there quite well. Seeingthe Dear Mr. Editor: water 11'1/1 h 2&acooler ,\ ,c PI
with increased intensity at every year, ?, problems of both the inmate and tNb'
I military and Internal least to the end of the continue to rise because of th ", month after : itoj'belter, If, the\. !
century, employee, every day, This is written In support of Starke lean against We, wall.i# H i ,!
[ Revenue Service to share in- 1H1i1- //r
will have an obvious effect on housing shoitagaftnanvyounger .' month did not provide, me the great City Clerk Merrill Edwards' remarkson allow the branches: 1,1.9 t Vir
c telligence about smuggling the future needs for jobs and couple Sna-sHrtTe i in.. amount of knowledge or the people's right to elect clerk and shape. \ |
9 activities with the DEA. He in these favored the older brackets, face & simplified solutions as has been other concerning the proposal to "I' ua7 jj 1J oo'olqm9 In'b
II housing somehow provided the enlightened change the position of clerk from When"yau < ; : ilfl'ia Oii'
advocates thec
amending inovertltei z
bleak outlook for j.ui
states. But the shift in adeqUa fsid
population citizens mentioned above. Dif elected to \'If
appointed, as printed
foreign assistance act so that also: means additional housing, as wll at.thprtA ferences In Kf! I doubt that.I newspaper Dec. 11. your least make an a fresh pd at o"A' '" A')

v. Latin American countries problems, along with benefits, spect of a reds ow I am still an employee of the Our right to vote for and elect all to allow the PA tree,4 twq o t0ye.asoc t II"'ttI"lit 19' cmw

g may use U.S. aid to spray for the Sun Belt and West living. tj Department of Corrections, at a different our public officials should be zealously Place the tree in a suit A{hp\ 'I1j1Jl.HQ"r 3
t Institution. I transferred out of to '
marijuana fields with attempt deny which
para- contains
water. ,i
Coast states. shouldnbe 1ttttyPFlNa'Yfff
v This is all the FSP because of the abuse I received in the
quat, a herbicide that is harmful more reason this right 'nipped a tree can IIbsDl'bIIPtq"ji-/jiUiIfuRfN, ,,
When the final that this segment of our local there. After one Is physically and verbally bud." Twice the citizens of Starke water a day so keep
to human health.L census lhAtr! ,ypItJM"O
c attacked, day after day, over a voted to keep the right to vote for and ed. A floral presevatjyoil. ;
tabulations are completed, population phpyWrJrettt til"'teJthe ) long period of time, one must ask the elect the city clerk and that should those used for flower : \Ngtba
will show according to advantages or the 1 1'/a per- simple ,"Is it worth it?" The ':&ifAn eI\lM''Igu
IT The drug industry in they question .*, end It. This right is a very important"check"'and added to the water iwijl' jelp"igep t, ig N
the projections, that Califor- cent housing CQnstrucUon: answer to me was obvious. "balance"'method of tree fresh. -
s. Florida has reached such ma- nia Arizona Oregon money now SjWiliMe'funaeVthe It always amazed me to read ih the control 1 of our government: It is too ,itotjeoligga
g: jor proportions that it will Washington Utah, Florida, county's pusjrig pfoanrg. newspapers of the "full and completestory1' easy,for appointed officials' to become Place the tree in the cooles'lpa" ,of
State Prison by
A of Florida a
take strong measures, such as unt uchables.t the room from the
bond issue. away fireplace,
and Tennessee will be the big Authority The intern state
or representative
those suggested by the At- deadline for newspaper of which !ving'up these rights 'i is another radiator or other heating units,
t. gainers, while New York ffQCftrirarap- the latter probably
torney General, to bring the of cell mRt,1I f back into the dark agesomd be-
walked the first step a
under this never
Pennsylvania, Ohio, plications programis ed A well-watered tree in cool loca-
traffic under control. His block and the former, reporting froma $till) by.an oligarchy a
Michigan Illinois, and South rapidly approaching and t, tion will hold its needles longer and
and well position
views coincide with a recent Dakota will be the big losersin the next eight weeks will offer protected brief visit. IfuVis Is a power-play situation it, retain its quality. It will also be the
editorial in the Florida Times- during a hall,let them settle it without safest as far fire is
the final our,pity: as a concerned.Do
shift. opportunity- there after
the being day
population Yet only by
taking\ the right to vote and keep the tree from
Union whichsaid; "The homebuilders to borrow UFA in the activities, away away a hot :TV set
day, participating elect The that be and/or wantto or candles. Also,
check all
United States is fighting a The forthcoming of the "inside society'and bqwers carefully
reappor- being a part
money. be can always meet at high Christmas tree
noon lights for loose connections
half-hearted, no-win,: war tionment of Congressional facing the Immediate environ-
main street 'of Starke and settle it or worn wires. Avoid
against drug smuggling. If it seats based on population With predictions that in- ment cat anyone the hope and to realize effect or of with power puffi'at( ten paces but overloading lighting circuits and

does not put more resources shown in census figures every terest rates in 1981 may soar understand that environment.Let cause. keep their cotton pickln'hands off our unplug lights when leaving the room.

into the fight, the poison of ten years, will add to the to 20 or even as high as 25 the judges, legislators committee rights. ,. :,

he drug use will become even political muscle of the Sun percent there seems to be members, individually don the ,Don E.Champion care Take for the time to properly select and

more deeply imbedded in Belt and West Coast states at no benefit for those who planto uniform of a Department of Correc- 838 North TempleStarke you won your t have tree to this buy Christmas a second and one

a fo society. As drugs becomeM the expense of the losing Snow build in the foreseeable tions there.employee Only then and can spend both sides some of time the Fla. before the great day arrives, '

more and more available, Belt. The changes in repre- future to wait longer in the issue be realized. I don't anticipate .

enterprising pushers will sentation will be made before hope that interest rates will any great rush from any of them ,

redouble their already con- the 1982 elections, at which drop. following that recommendation, con-, I ''

el siderable efforts in and time the new congressional If this sequently, they are not going to be Five Members ReappointedTo
opportunity is passedup informed.
enlightened or
around schools. balance will become known
d '. it will probably be a long, ,The distribution of over 300 Inmates
Ml' Smuggling rings that-are and felt on the political scene. long time before.-11'/a percent to Institutions with less security MAY Historical Board ;

sa' now operating blatantly in is available 'give the public the impetus needed to !
With all the newccmers now mortgage money: .strikeback. Releasing from lock- '

th this part of Florida, a* well' as- flowing i into Florida Califor- from any other source. down those ,who Intend to visit Five members of the Bradford and Zonira H. bites, historical, I
D< violence upon other inmates MAY County Board of Historical Trustees writer.
Br enlighten the; 'do-gooders, Election have been reappointed by Gov. Bob .
Other ,
K members of the t
time MAY improve the composition Graham. seven- I
JaKl : ,, j some committees.One thing is fair member board are Eugene L. Matthews V
.a .
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"AU.P" f whose
.. cite "'t l ly certain however and those respon- The reappointment of ''five'members term expires in I
Pi. : .0 I !tit. ':' A : ; Jf'J. 1yN sible should be called up for accoun of the' Bradford County whose November 19ei, and Julius Royal,' ,
term I
th.Lt ,. p Historical Board Trustees has The old expires in October 196U
'srnf Q1 h grapij. ,.' ',,us-ing been announced by1' Gov.' Bob the National courthouse property Is on
iy, fear they are once again being ignored Graham.The board is In charge of the Places and Register if Historic
Mi .g"1& and forgotten,,we will see. more restoration and administration of the or is now nearing completion
vii ...' ,-\ : restoration under state
lLhA ) .j violence- 1902 Bradford County Courthouse\ pro- and federal
LiiRe Mi '-' ,BOB G.FERGUSON-jCHNN1.hj1, d There are those inmates at Florida perty on/ W. Call Streef., offices grants.or The the building Florida currently houses
_. 'JrPublishers State Prison who! were NOT put there State Employ
1.} :"; ) because they V.r* caught letting air Members reappointed last week ment Service' ,the Farmers Home Administration -

BI So Published, .each!\J\Thwrsder. end'_;. .'.i, ....send. ct.M,/!.-.i. ; 1 el. ..he Past Offit.so t. Per hKa '1e.,irgLrAc? + r'1. B7'-r:,+ cj?; r out of little old bdle bicycle tires. were: Guy Andrews,. real estate i tile PubliC! Defender's, and the Starke offices. of.

; .' \. Subscription:' ,; rate .to trade area.**P..Y_.:IS fps' M.,.... The public-self-Interest should not be duped by ,developer; :Harry M.. Hatcher, Jr.. The Three Rivers Legal staff.Service has

Le Outside. trade...., 110 Ps. Vomit ".10 SI. Months ..'. ...' "" reports pf Inspired and motivated groups individuals retired!National Guard colonel; Elzie' office space 'In the 1910 county jail,
am Ph.w.es46T06" ,J" 'I.rai, fs.ade politically S. Sanders, Bradford County Judge, which ia also located
on the
those with sincere but
by court
or. Charles Schaefer Mayor of Starke;. house property.N .


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Phillip HallEngagement i ,. Joy Gift ProgramMrs.
Told ''J Robert Paterson was In
1 Mr. and Mrs. Joel Roberts and R.E. '' charge of the Joy gift program and
Clemons of Starke announce the benefit for UM retired Presbyterian
'engagement of their daughter, :1il il ministers and widows and covered
Klmberly Lynneto Phillip Andrew dish supper Sunday evening, Dec. 14,
Hall, son ofMr.. and Mrs. Bobby Joe r In the Fellowship Hall.
Hall of Thereua. t/""
y Miss Clemons will be a 1981 / The entrance to the hall was lined
-.1 graduate of Bradford High School and with Luminarieas,replicas of heavenly -
I Is employed at Food Fair.. \ body lamps.

Shown l-r members and guests attending the Hospital Effle Carter-social chairman: Necla Carter and Mrs. H.H. Mr. Hall graduated from Bradford
Auxiliary tea on Monday were: Doris Robinson; Doris Adams sitting at coffee service. High School in 1978 and is employedwith i The dining tables were gay with arrangements
Overstreet. Auxiliary president:. Ole B. Scott Lou Parks: Richard Torode, electrician. ;.1, of pyracanthea and red
Hu' Wedding plans will be announced at candle! and Joy gift place mats and
7 eraetir9 a later date. matching napkins.

Hospital Auxiliary
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White attendedthe
Joey Herres served as emcee and
Hostesses Tea
at children's Christmas at
led the youth in carols. The program
For Hospital Staff University United Methodist Churchin Mrs. Rex Anderson and daughter Included solos by Shane Green, San-
Gainesville Sunday evening where Miss Paula Kay Anderson, attended)
tiago Wallace and Mrs. John W. Griffin
The Auxiliary of the Bradford County
their grandson, 4Vi year old Wesley the 15th annual Christmas concert at
and a duet by' Bill and Brad
Hospital held a tea Monday from 10 iy White was a Santa Claus and passedout Lake City Community College on .
s Kimberly Clemons I Hamilton,
to 4 for the staff doctors .
a.m. p.m. candy to the youngsters.' Thursday night.
and board members in the Hospital
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Conference Room. ----- --- -------
The tea table was covered with a
lace cloth over red linen and was
centered by an arrangement of white WEE
Shasta daisies, red carnations and
green cedar sprigs. Past presidents t
and doctor's wives presided at the
silver coffee service at intervals.The .
round punch table was covered
with a lace cloth over red linen And
was centered with a crystal punch ,
bowl encircled with greenery in- 1 '
terspersed with red berries.\ I e
The Bradford County Hospital
reciprocated by Inviting the Auxiliary
members to a luncheon at the hospital Melanie Green
today, Thursday. WOOD
... Melanie Green,

Has Hospital Xmas Staff PartyThe Rex Engagement Siemer Told 1 s :it1 jut'i

medical staff and employees of Judge and Mrs. Robert Alexis
the Bradford County Hospital had a Green, Jr. announce the engagementof
covered dish dinner and dance at the their daughter Melanie Myrtle
Starke Women's .Club on. Saturday Lucille,to Rex Michael Siemer, son of
night. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Frederick Siemer,
The club house was gayly decorated Jr. all of Starke.A .
in the festive Christmas motif. The spring wedding Is planned. ,
buffet table in the Sunroom was : VI W I.. J

centered with a candle and Christmas 1 1I 1 '
arrangement. The dining tables KLPOA PlansChristmas '
around the dance floor were covered j
with red, green and white cloths and PartyThe
were centered with candles and Kingsley Lake Property
greenery. Owners Association will hold its an-
Dennis Breaux of Green Cove Springs I nual.. Christmas',Party"and covered LA 1y'1 A1k7FZ3! ialiq
A ,4Uc jockey, furnisbed music Mr 'IIdlsIIIIIICI)1< "' -MVIe'tenttf+ 1PHudartD&MlfetartKg'atWii'.m' "..1t".V'.n. : .lifbi Lul. P !
(inneingrduring4he evunte 1. aut*,iM( \' :"; "'""I .

The approximately 75 attending included All members are asked to bring a TM OFFICE SHOP I

the medical .staff, employeesand covered dish and a gift to exchange, .1,,," A
Board of Trustees. value not exceeding$2. w.
.'1"- 110 W. Call !

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Hospital Auxiliary Shrine Surreys YOUR, HALLMARK STORE i

Promoting EducationalLoan Have Fish Fry 1J.

ProposalThe The Surreys of the Starke Shrine Hallmark :Gifts for '''the Boss
Bradford County Hospital Aux- atutheahome fry Saturday evening "r r 'f" f ,I' <', ,
iliary has approved funding two full- of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Cross r II
time 'students and two -part-time Baldwin on N. Walnut Street. Boxed -
Approximately 45 members and >lS : : Attach? Cases
educational loan
students in' the prop & <<> 'III.<"
families the occasion bet
The purpose is, to make available
intertest-freet'' 'educational loans to ...1... ).tIl"l It.Hll{ .
Bradford County Hospital}employeesand : ..' I... .. ,i i 109W -
ePen & Pencil Set-
Delta Gamma .
/ r Bradford County residents Kapp : i tt \

'Ii'hospitdirelated\ l occupations. Honors Teresa Abrantef ; Peed Sets .'t. j d '
Office FurnitureTape.
'A'tfy ''Bradford'' County Hospital
4' :
y7s2 : ) Au
,, held'Sunday
employee or Bradford County resi- A Christmas Tea was ] 0'
dent who applies will be consideredbytHtfHtapl&l afternoon, Dec 14, at the < :fup6bs '1011 1x RecordersDesk'
Auxiliary Scholarhslpconmltee"Recipientl' home of Mrs. Marjorie Thomson,, .' .1800' lt q '1 :
I ;[' 'Scholarship chapter chairman of World 7\N iMwiw .I .hq'" b" ,
wfn' 't&Uetermlried' by'the' \ scholarship Fellowship, Alpha Nu Chapter. Delta '
commltte e!"*:; ,i'IA \ Kappa Gamma Society. The event '
I tl$ 1 1Aify"Ttiot was to honor Teresa Abrantef of Portugal 1 Books
t'a tlI1 n nota) 9Y slum: oriiJnom.i Im
.- (r slated;"; occupationwniuiicMirciiuj'iebrt3' as ,,reclplent of the World l 111:101 ,,,,,-10 j ..
lit Scholarship Award from. .
Fellowship 7\-
t \ Bradford Bill FoldsManicure s1.
Cd,IIUY'Hdltpltiafot which the hospital Delta Kappa jGamma, International .v.. Air. Ferns TreeIHRh' 'f'n e' ( j i
admltli ttatlb1i" forecasts"an being Society. -,; ? ... I -1 !!tHl :l7I d .;i. Sets '
President Mrs. ..Lucile Payne'and, '
utillthd'ht"Brndford County 1-.1- and : "I .
Mrs.Thomson welcomed members of, up 8n4J i
wtuWtti'tora) years of scholarship: .. tuwgiiup
,r.1.. .. 9La
application. 0Participating- the Bradford and Union County .. Cigarette Ughters ;
Schools chapter tomeet, ,Teresa, Mrs. (;0,-, I ..I :'..t.. .' "" "" ,
The'recipient' may attend any program nelia Gibson District 3 chairmaflm/ ,1.-\ 'r 1 %4, 0"101! Business' Card. Holders .
certificate or degree, which and Mrs.- Rogerson of Jacksonville. 11f( !1 L- Hanging Tree Trimmers I
terminates within ((2)) two years of ef-' Each was then presented to the local! '" '''::1'I'. ICf! \ ) Pen 1& Pencil Holders
committe Philomena Adfclnson Min
fective scholarship date. '' '100 and I' I ,
Grade Point Average RequirementThe nie Lou Patray and Hilda Dey and % 'up' 3' .
recipient must maintain a 3.0 were Invited into the living room I'" .. II Party 'Gags
or "B" average per term to qualifyfor which was decorated with an 'ar-" -
funding for the next term. rangement of red roses, the Society Ash 'Trays
Funding flower. In the TV room :was a lighted 3t. FOR THE EXECUTIV -, .
$300.00e r semester or quarter not'' Christmas Tree and other Christmas; Note Pads t
to exceed $600.00 per student per decorations. Many points "bias'were' to xHelicopter Lighters $$24fO e. ,
A tuition and book loan will be be seen In various art:**. i.t
year.made for part-time students, The executive board members present ....1..... -- .Mechanical 'Pencils' :'

( Bradford County Hospital' Ernestine Register, Sharon 25% Off all Office Furniture Calculators
employees only.) Lyons, and Janet Walters invited J2
Length of Funding everyone Into the dining area for ,
(2) two years for full-ttmeatudents. refreshments. The table there was between now.and Dec 21st Plus 100 8 of other'' Items

((4) four years for part-time students.. centered with'a low gold arrange- /.. ,
RepaymentThe ment. Silver trays held numerous "
recipient must repay the total holiday treats. Maxine Gibson poured .
amount of loan within (2) years after' Wassail during the party hours. Gnat Gift For Students Or Mom At ,Home ..; ,I "
completion of study.Employment Representing the foreign theme .. .
at Bradford County nine authentic and beautifully dressed SIIitJI. Co c-tw ,., fa :
: ''OFFIC.-
Hospital for (1)) one year following foreign dolls were displayed by "
completion of, study will result In Lucile Payne and Millie Hardin. ,.. I ., .
forgiveness of loan. Mona Canova played the organ for TypewriterPriced r

Anyone that is Interested In seeking Christmas singing. Very informally .. I". S H D 11; ,.. .'I"...
a scholarship loan please call Mrs. Teresa told of her family, studies at 71.1.0 \.
of Florida,. and her 7\ '
Sandra O'Briant Johnson at the Brad- the University< Frorp -
three months in Florida. She will con- ,, 1 t.;" '
,ford County Hospital.. 9644000 for : '" *
details. tinue to be there until her studies are "
completed. ::91..5764Starke ,
$ : _
Teresa and
Mrs. Payne Presented .-
Mrs. Cornelia Gibson with a hand embroidered : 1995 ': j : {
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Marcus PatrayCelebrates ,' and framed Irish Prayer.' : ) '.
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Fourth Mrs. Thomson presented each with'arose /1' .' ,A' ,
Marcus 'Patray, celebrated his; corsage and a gut < "' '" .*' .,.,.n'" ......'.... > -,, v'"

fourth birthday Sunday. Dec. 14, at a 1\
.f. For all ,those '
party given by his parents. Mark and : .. "holiday parties -, \C .'0'- ._ ." ..
Becky Patray at their home. Rev. and Mrs.'T.A.: Steele! 0r1am'paj' : ; .. ,
The Looney,Tunes cartoon theme Sunday visitor of Mrs. W.B 1

was complimented with a,Bugs, Bun. were Mundy: ; '. .. '; we have. Gag G/tfs-Hfcft-c&Xv; ,.) :"\ /jqWi"'lrfJ: : ',,..y.ii.: ," :,
ny cake. 4j) ,. *::1 -i r to .For. Browns ; '
Friends and i family gathered for ari .r-,; Mr.'Jand! Mrs: Ralph'' '-.", 1 :.. '., : _: : ;' J1; 1' *}r '" : ;: : -:' .
exciting, afternoon full\ .
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games,. _,.< "i -':"* guests of' Mr"",and'' Mrs, Georg4 W'. # 'I.". .'.. ....I "- /' .".". .' ...,."'"' ,.'11.. "qr" 4 -

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Pala SA .t TELEGRAPH December 19.toes

Kathy Sue Locke *.*.t*+*+*+*+*+*+.+*+*.

Stephen Register Did You Know. 'Mr. and Mn. Huston 'McClane

.Tp Wed .Jan.; 17, '! Turner graduated spent Friday overnight with their son,'
Miss Claire Tallahassee.
McClane in
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Locke of Wednesday fl'OllSanta Fe Community pro Glenn .
Lake Asbury and Mrs. Joy S. Bell of College with an AA Degree.'Among' Greed.nlngChrlitirHn| sets'
Orange Park announce the approaching r Me"y those attending were her mother, orri a hny'
marriage of their Mrs. Janet Turner and daughter IIJImtCaN It.
daughter, Kathy Sue Locke, to Vicky, Mrs. James Barron anJRobert R.ft. Chism
v Stephen Robert Register son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. visitedMr.
and Mrs. Lennard B. Register, Jr. of r Turner. and Mrs. Bill Richardson at St. .
Crystal Lake Starke. underwent open Simon's Island on Sunday.. Robin '
Don Tilley
Miss Locke is a 1976 graduate of heart surgery Monday in St.Vincent Chasm of FSU IS home for the
.M1 IIkkk + Bradford High School and a, 1980 Hospital. holidays.Mrs. .
graduate of Florida State Universitywith
a degree In Early Childhood .Joe Jordan and daughter Cin-
Education She is presently employed dy of Live Oak were last Tuesday and
by the Thomas County Board of OraiMl.OpnlnoChrtilmai Sal.. Wednesday visitors of her 'parents,
Education In Thomasville, Ga. BmtC.terry'lI Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson.,
Mr. Register is a 1974 graduate of Hint Call 5.. See Page 8A
Bradford High School and a. 1978
graduate of the University of Florida -
with a degree in Agriculture
Economics, and a member of the Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C.
Kappa Alpha Order. He is presently Kathy Sue Locke
employed with Barnett Bank of Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C.
Tallahassee in Tallahassee. tra
The wedding is planned for Saturday
Jan. 17 1981, at 2 p.m. in Miss Adrienne Barry will arrive p Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
Church in
Thomasville. Road Baptist home Friday from Birmingham
Tallahassee.All Southern for the
College holidays.
and relatives invitedto
friends are SR-21 North
attend. Grand O|>*finQ! >Clirfrtmol.. .
.rat a Jarr '.. Keystone Shops Suite 5
tr I I''oat Call It.
r Phone 4733604Hours
Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee Is
home for the holidays.Mr. Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa is spen- and 3p.m.-6pm.
ding the holidays with her sisters, 9 a.m. p.m.
Mrs.O.L. Beasley and Mrs. J.W.Kin-
caid. Mon., Tues., Wed. &

and Mrs. J.W. Ritch and grand-
daughter, Leslie Johns visited Mr. Mrs. Bettie Mizelle visited her son, 9 a. m.-l p.m. Thursdays
and Mrs. A.M. Moore in Blackshear, Ken McKinney, in Brunswick Ga. on
Ga. on Saturday. Monday and Tuesday. He was Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy
hospitalized with leg surgery.


Mr. and Mrs. M.O. Harrell

Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Harrell

Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr.

and Mrs. Malcolm O. Harrell, The Harrells were married on Nov.
life-long residents of Brooker, 30,1930 at the old courthouse Starke
celebrated their 50th Wedding An- with the late County Judge George A.
niversary with a reception given in Gardiner officiating. Before her mar-
their honor Sunday Nov 30, In the riage Mrs. Harrell was Mildred Cone,
fellowship hall of the Brooker Baptist daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Coneof
Church from 2:30: to 4:30: o'clock. Brooker.Mr. .it's later than you think!
Hosts on this occasion were their son Harrell, also born at Brooker,
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. was actively engaged in farming Need some last minute
William M. Harrell of Brooker, and most of his life. He served 20 years on i
their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. the Board of County Commissionersand Christmas gifts? Don't panic!
and Mrs. Charles Perry, of was chairman of that body for 11
Gainesville.More years. He also served as Mayor of We still have a gift
than 200 guests called Brooker for 16 years, and was director great _
the afternoon and were serve of the Brooker Farmers Marketfor selection available plus a > g
refreshments of wedding cake, several years. In
punch. nuts. and mints. super sales staff and con '

I Mefh. Women's Groups Hold Christmas Parties venient special hours to .

The six groups of the First United Garden Restaurant.The accommodate busy
Methodist Church held Christmas long dining table waa centered your pre-
parties in the past week. with a Christmas arrangement with Christmas schedule!
Group One with Mrs. Morris candles and snowmen predominating.
"ljlllams. chairman, had a Dutch The 15 members exchanged gifts It
treat luncheon Wednesday Dec. 10,at with prayer partners during the lun- Wrap ,
the Western Steer Steak House. cheon. ,t& r %
The U-shaped dining table was ....... Up Pretty! =
centered with several Christmas arrangements
Group Five, with Mrs. John Thank You Hallmark gift wrap, .' ti
The 16 members exchanged gifts Schmidt chairman, had a Christmas trims for \
with their Prayer Partner during the party Tuesday night. Dec. 2, at the So Much
evening. home of Mrs. John Miller with Mrs. prettier packages!

....... Randy Johns and Mrs. Bob Fergusonas Express yourappreclatlon..on Q F ,; '?t1
cohostesses.Mrs. .
Group Two with Mrs. J.T. Carver, Clyde Sinclair presented a beautiful Hallmark "
chairman had a covered dish lun- Christmas program following a short thank notes. ,
cheon at the home of Mrs. Henry Godwin business meeting.Refreshments you ,i
on Tuesday. Dec. 9. were served from a Packaged. .' ,or. single. ,.:.:
The 13 members were seated at two beautifully appointed table centered ".'
tables. One in the dining room was with a Christmas arrangement. "T:
covered with a print Christmas cloth Members brought gifts for a needy
and had a Christmas centerpiece family and exchanged gifts with their
centered with red candles. The other prayer partner.

table In the\ living room had a red .......
linen cloth and had a red candle
Christmas centerpiece.At Group Six with Mrs. Richard The Picture Perfect Pen i1
the close of the luncheon the Roberts chairman, had a covered ,
members exchanged gifts with their dish dinner Thursday night Dec. 11, 50- 1.50 Our Photo Desk Set by Hallmark lets you .f.\; 1 '
Prayer Partners. at the home of Mrs. Gareth Jones. "person lize"! your pen. Insert a favorite 110-( 'or
0000000 The two dining tables were covered 16-size print In the acrylic base and display t In!
with Christmas cloths and centeredwith the office or at ,home With refutable pen, < *J
Group Three with Mrs. Edna Sexton red Christmas candles In crystal t .
chairman had a covered dish holders encircled with cedar and red $1 la 50. lY F:ao $11.75' 't '
luncheon at the church Fellowship balls. '. '
Hall on Tuesday. Dec. 9. The 16 attending exchanged gifts :_, .. ".. fi1
The long dining table had a garlandof with their prayer partner. r t ta:$ 2.25 Y A
gold tinsel with candles and :
carolers at intervals At the end of the )
Last Minute Gift
table was a cornucopia of fruit. At N 0
each place setting was a handmade Altar Society \
favor of red and green felt mint cups y For Din Her and
Christmas Dinner everyone else on list.
filled with mints and napkin holdersin your
the shape of poinsettias. Father Edward Rooney pastor,
The 17 attending exchanged gifts joined members of St. Edward's Altar NOVELTY CANDLES PUZZLES KEY CHAINS
with their prayer partners at the closeof Society and their spouses at '. : BANKS* PLAQUES "NOTE1 PADSMANICURE
the luncheon. Mrs. Warren Langerwas Christmas Dinner held in the Western
a special guest. Steer Steak House Sunday evening. So Many Ways to Say STUFFED ANIMALS NEW SETS }
....... After dinner the group was invitedto MINIATURESSTATIONERY HALLMARK MHOS
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor "Meny Christmas!" POSTERS
Group Four with Mrs. John A. Ashlined for refreshments of punch PEN & PENCILS SETS GLOBES ,
Torode chairman had a Dutch treat cakes fruit salad, candies and other Christmas cards personal for WALLET SETS .
luncheon Tuesday, Dec. 9, at the desserts.Longchamp carry your message :,:
the holidays. Because you want the design to be POKER BRIDGE & CHESS SETS DESKS ACCESSORIES J ;

perfect and the words just right, we have ;.: .
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Slurke Social, ... from page ali First Baptists ,,a :.. "Did You know.. ... i, ,.;BMS Band'Christmas
t Plan Christmas N'Y,!. -CoDe ri Tonight'The
Mrs. Jleniy"Gor.Wb( i rid ,
Mrs.A.J. Mr. and Mrs..Frank Palmer. Sr.
Programs "
\ Eaves had lunch last Friday with and Mrs. Ann Brown and sons attended Bradford Middle School Band
The First Baptist Church of Starke Mrs. Walter Woolfe in Orange Park. a birthday dinner Friday night at will hold 'their Christmas Concert
1 e = will sponsor a special Christmas Eve the home of Mr. and, Mrs. Frank tonight. Thursday Dec. 18, at 8 p.m.
,''het.y. praise service at 6:30: p.an. .- i ., M>{MandMra.' Joe Peters and Palmer Jr. In Jacksonville tfnd In the Middle School Gym.
I This service Is at this earlier time Charles Peters of Atlanta are visiting celebrated the birthdays ,of ,Frank Admission will be$1 for adults and
so that families can enjoy an. ap-. their8.parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Palmer Sr., Palmer Brown and All students 18 years of age and under.

Christmas worship service on Puters; at Kingsley Lake for several Frank. IK', whose, birthdays fall In' will be admitted free.
Eve and also spend' the.. days,',". December.
at home with their families .
evening :: Grand
i OprnilnaOirf. Sole
0 The is cordially invited to attend .
public ,
Pentecostal Church'
stet a United
Opnlna>Chriilm sole
this service. stet a Jerry 113 IM.C.II... Hurry! Jesus Is coming for' His.
Dec. 21 the
On Sunday evening. ,
True Church I You are invited to
lUlcutCallSt.Mr.'and Diane Crews is visiting Denise
adult choir of the church will presenta
special program of Christmas Cissy and friends. In Lake Tahoe Cal. United Pentecostal Church, Special
for a week. .
music. Mrs: Watana and daughterof 7:30: p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20. .
On Sunday evening Dec.28,the col" Chicago III. spent the weekend Jerry Moran of Florida International -. 10:00 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Sunday. 1
lege students of First Baptist Church with Dr. and Mrs. Klert Sundusadee university Miami and Steven Dec. 21, '
will present the 7:30: p.m. worship serevice. and )Mrs.' Shirley Wutana. Moran of FSu are home for the

holidays. .
There will be a special candlelightLord's

v 1 Church. Supper on New service Year's at First Eve Baptist at, 7:30; :.rpan. '1 trot 1lfriit b 04mtjf.! I bisf KL.C'.urt.C. 200 N 4-6804 WALNUT STRUT .t' I


Did you know.... '5/e Spirit t /.CJiriatmaA' i \

Mrs: Lola Johnson and Mrs. Henry SUNDAY Christmas Eve I !

Godwin visited Mrs. Ida Livingston Dec. 21stChristmas '

Educational Party... Friday and Saturday at' Merritt Service I:
School Board Member Pat Spengler Is welcomed to the Yuletide open house' Candlelight Service :

the Bradford Education Association by President Julie Miller. Others In photoare Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur Nasworthy'and "Carol of Christmas"A "
tl-r'' Hilda Dey. Mra. Thelma Thornton and Mrs. Jewell Brown. son-in-law and daughter and Mr.,.- Festival of LeSSO"s. &Carols"

and Mrs. Mike Phillips and baby son 11 am service 4 Choirs 9 pm II

BEA Holds Annual Festive Formal of Jacksonville were Sunday after-; i i
of Mr. and Mrs. C.H.
noon guests Ii
Holiday Open HouseThe Held By Nasworthy.Grand. Christmas Around
Bradford Education Association Little Women's Club CandlelightCommunion '-l: II
held Its annual Holiday Open the world '
One of the highlights of the Little Oponing. *Christmas sale Service iChildren's
their Court Street office .
House at
Women's Club was their annual ( II
rvtaJwry'B Program)
Thursday Dec. 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 10pmTHIS
Christmas Formal held last Friday 113 In'Call tf. "

p.m.Members of the community and night, Dec. 12,at the Starke Woman's 7 pm
Club Building from II to 12:30: a.m. i
all facets of the educa-
persons from
Welcoming the members and their
tion profession were guests at the "4
invited their
catered Marion upon
affair by
festive were the Club Officers: Stacy Den- I:
Feusner teaches in the
Feusner. Miss School mark, president; Karen Chitty. vice- I;

school Among board County those member.in attendance Pat Spengler.was treasurer president; ;Sue Mary Meadows Anne, parliamentarian Miller-, HOLIDAY: SHOP PANTRY PRIDE I''

and Mrs. Joan Senior
; Chitty
Joey Herres provided piano selec- Club Sponsor. The foyer was candlelit (r I
tions of Christmas music throughoutthe
for the occasion with a double
evening. tiered arrangement of white lighted GreatFood&Gift
tapers enbanked in red poinsettias, i
Olin Whites Have holly cedar and magnolia boughs.
This arrangement was placed on a
Kochs Christmas flaming red velour floor length clothon

Party SaturdayMr. the table in the entrance foyer. NORTHWESTERN
hostsat The entrance into the ballroom was EVERYTHina! we! SELL HAS A I
White RED OR
and Mrs. Olin were GOLDEN
spectacular with multi-rows of silver .
a Christmas party Saturday nightat r .
Street for angels down each side of the double DELICIOUSAPPLES
their home on N. Lake
doors. Framing the silver angels
Koch Store employees
the Drug =
were boughs of holly cedar and
wives and husbands.
and guests placed their magnolia around the door facing. On GUARANTEE ,
Employees foot each side at the base of the doors, I
under a seven
white exchange Christmas gifts tree in the living were large groups of tall red poinsettias SUPER PER SUPER
which extended down sidesof POUND
both olscoun7
in the
of Interest
room.At other points BUNCH
the The ballroom
foyer. was
were scented tapers
party rooms
highlighted with a large rotating don""
floating candles. cylinder mirrored ball in the center of JI.H "
In the
refreshment table dining '
The '*' \' .
the Suspended from this ball "
room was covered with a white Army- ,. .,. ," .. 8'07P
was a large ring of eight foot silver
red The '
Navy cloth and had a runner. s =
centerpiece was a stuffed decorated streamers. Green and red filters \ ;, LB
reflected multi-colored lights
Christmas tree. At one end of the '
table was a silver punch bowl. The throughout the room from the mir- r 8AVE,8.ALB SAVE tt.A LB
buffet was centered by a white, blue rored cylinder and silver streamers. : L' E"SU ER *
and gold Christmas arrangement and Tables placed around the ballroomwere : ., _. _", ... .

held the silver coffee service covered with red green and : .PEAS- ae3 '., '
white tablecloths. Each table | .j
was .
The 18 guests enjoyed Christmas .. ... .. 'If .Jt 0.
refreshments and exchanged gifts centered with an arrangement of hol- ft., CS8ET MV.ill': AVBII*'" sArE as
during the party hours. ly and red berries mistletoe and bur- : BAKING 10 LB BAG FRESH 2O FOR LARGE Z mil T

ning Serving candles.as master of ceremoniesfor ; ITos 19 POTATOES $178| TSWEET Slj** CALIFORniA"LETTUCE RLA <
Harris Family the evening and spinning recordsfor CAN goo |}

ReunionMr. the young people was William WITH THIS COUPON GOOD riled. WED, .Ass!.-.PIOIIIDAGrapefruit lava I!'A Lao PRIM SAVE .Y
Meadows.The banked IO--11 LI SAG
stage was with .
and Mrs. Yancey A. Harris Jr. large red poinsettias, a tall gaily : DECEMBER lmA5.. 34.180. '.LIMIT; .COUPON : . 6/l Anjou Pears. u48 Cello Carrots. 2/49
of Silver Springs, Md. spent Wednes- decorated Christmas tree and two = aXCWDe0. BAVB 24>PtOftlDA AVE aa.RED DELICIOUS :/
day to Monday visiting his three large silver bells which were suspended .Ml .. .....t.r Oranges . 12/1 Apples. 3iS,78* SAVE 10ENDIVE. ROMAini OR
sisters in Starke, Mrs. H L. Speer, from the ceiling. Disco multi- ... .- .' Escarole .' PK0.39
Mrs. G.J. McGriff Sr. and Mrs. R.A. colored lights that blinked with the 1:1.\ ..... -
e Green Sr.While beat of the music added to the even- 'PANTRY Peters_ ,_"?
in Starke, a delightful family Ing's enjoyment.The HOMESTYLEOR 'BOY.I G6 'l T 0 a
reunion was held. Judge and Mrs. glass folding doors going into SANDWICH LOW PRICE FREE'
R.A. (Buzzie) Green. Jr. and Mrs. the sunroom were centered with a PAnTRY r O7I''S WISE=PUP
Green, Sr. entertained at a beautiful huge suspended ball of mistletoe 1I.
buffet dinner at Judge Green's homeon decked with red ribbon. This was ",' PRIDE KLEENEX APPLE fJHE SE
Walnut Street. Adding to the Harris REArtl"I.
framed with draped swags of many 160. ; COFFEE
family for this get-together were rows of silver stars. Down each side LOAVES 1 A.h ..o..D.'POU"'CT.IC..U' TOWELS SAUCE 'o
two more brothers Charles J. Harrisof of the doors were hanging silver J soli
Jacksonville and J. Fred Harris of streamers to match the suspended RAVE saA1.AI.wstrtlrPt ; PERanASa ErlssArll,.

Gainesville.Also silver streamers in the center of the %/. r+.r. SJJ99 4 __
present were: Mrs. J. Fred ballroom. Large sprakling silver 593)1 -
SAn ::10'1w to..
Miss Debbie Harris grand-
Harris. snowflakes were placed in the window 1"a2/.169 [
daughter of Charles J. Harris: Mr. panes of the doors to the Sunroom and Bread ( (Ji HATE 30* .
and Mrs. G.J. McGriff. Jr. of the Parlor. SAVE ID

Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis The refreshment table in the CloverleafyT1S: ,lA y3 0 I .... .
Sanders and son Lex of Starke. sunroom was covered with an im- ,; .. '
pvurrRvMipa' .
AVI:2 ported embroidered Army-Navy tea .
cloth over a red liner and was Rolls (FAmr/un)*) .2/98 SAVE Uf.!_sluts SAVE Ise.IOMJUSalad a

Kathy LockeLuncheon centered with a Christmas arrangement BAvs..n.I; gds,, *o JlVOV Sweet Potatoes. ;. .69 Olives. 99

HonoreeMiss with red burning tapers. Large Mince Me tpr: qac 'I89 AVI IV. IBMCOMRTOCK W SAVE 10*.4..FAimnr MIDI o*HILL e,

silver trays held an assortment of SAVE tae aos oooLDEnTOP'j1101rraa'I, Pumpkin Pie Mix .A,5 9.*, Black Pepper 79*
Locke whose
Kathy marriageto ,
sandwiches cakes, cookies candies I 69 '
Steve Register will be an event of and other holiday goodies. Pouring Pumpkin Pni.ert.r. .? ": SAVE 10* to SM PANTRY' MIDI.mo. R n1 GAVE IO- TM KIDO

Jan. 17, was honored at a luncheon punch from the, silver punch service uvm,...._Moan .. Marshmallows. '. 1'3:: J arshma11owcl1mx49o!
Saturday In the Pecan room of the during the evening were Mrs. Don Rye Bread :' .-. ; r w69C .AVI..... IOM PYNB TACT 0 K1\,.) mWaio-., ,

Garden Restaurant. Roberts and Mrs. William Stroud. AVI 10.i a PAN PANrasPRIDEDLYf1T'. Cherries . eryiandarln Oran \v-6s49* t EVCRY UAY

Hostesses were Mrs. John Linda Greene Suspended from the ceiling formingan Dinner Rolls 69 .AVKO-.ia.rurmrpiiiiw 'rrw' ......__....>Ma.io.. ii< taer ,
Miss .Sfi
Mrs. J.R. Reddish Johns.
arch .<
on each side of the refresh .M .
Mrs. J.E. Hardy,Mrs. Wayne Jordan ment table were multi-rows of draped Real Choc. Chips .'" 17"l rlto Lay Ruffles. :.9e

Mrs. Gus Gonzalez, Mrs. Don Rardon silver angels. '-.
and Mrs. Jim Duncan. Pictures were taken by Joe & 460z
The T-shaped dining table held a Carolyn Sapp of each couple In the BAR.B!'QaE
garland of holly interspersed with red club parlor in front of a brightly
balls and a Christmas arrangement lighted decorated Christmas tree. SAUCE ,.
centered the head table. Place cards which was placed by the fireplace.
marked the seating arrangement for Poinsettias. cedar holly magnolia 6 9. .

the 18 guests. and lighted candles were placed 49
The hostesses presented the throughout the room at points of, In
honoree with a spoon In her chosen terest. 1aD.

silver pattern as a memento of the oc- Mrs. J.E. Denmark, and'her com- SAVE 24' SAVE 14.
casion. mittee of club member mothers and

Among the guests were thehonoree's the Executive Board of the Senior Ara.".1 La s1.soy. i.t: ;... .CMO--.U.._ H COIIIft same ...vsu.
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mother. Mrs. Joy Bell of Woman's Club DOWNY
Orange Park and stepmother Mrs. refreshments for the evening. Macaroni..289a2i. *1" Ginger Ale cSA .3/l Kleenex Napkins.85' FABRIC. 33" J
Jim Locke of Lake Asbury and Mrs. Assisting In serving during the even- Mvg....- SAV.MO.DeW. D.n."IO.. T_nra.OR Minr $ O9

Lennard Register of Starke motherof ing were Mrs. James Reddish Sponsor Grape Jelly. .93 ..1Pepsi) Cola iSIS.: *1* Crest Toothpaste. I28 SOFTENER'
the prospective groom. and Mrs. John Miller. "' ....- N.pun. rr SAVE IV.OM UND AV EXTRA LARGE 7OILYOIIDtIY. AVI IV ... ,.

Did you know.... Tatum The Social Beth Starner Chairmen Paula: Joiner Robin Punch..970.I-AVI....]..ALUMINUM Pitted Olives. ,.:. 7, .90 Pert_ Shampoo* ._ *149 BOUNCE As O COUNT ,|<:)

and Vonda Kay Ayer. and their com- GAVE iwIM; PASTS rmiot 1. .
Col. and Mrs. Don Koretz and mittees were responsible for the arrangements .Foil 45 'so Cranberry Sauce. 49 Mylanta. Liquid ; r *1" SOFTENER fO.TH.OII'.. 5W t';}

daughter. Manya of Amherst. N.H. of the dance, and the '- .
arrive Dec. 26 for a 10 day visit with Club decorations. They wish to say a > 1:1.i
her mother, Mrs. Arlin McKnight. special thanks to their mothers and f 03, ;P, ,f' I 12St.O: ,F. '35 OFS i. :
the Woman's Club for the .
Mike and Jimmy Cissy of refreshments; Bill Wilson for the LUVS .POLGE 'S'" .' RICH & CREAMY' 'LIGHT & I :

Denise Sacramento Cal. and Tahoe Cindy are spending and- Tropical Christmas Foliage.Tree'for; Bill all the Meadows plants .AAU-lost.DIAPERS 8 79, IM8TANT' < lOoaJAM COFFEE. ICE"CftEAM e ICE MILK LIVELY 1

the holidays with their parents.Mr and for his assistance during the I .. I rod M...4..>WITH coapofi I HA LP GALLON. HALF GALLON =
and Mrs. Joe Gissy. dance; and to Mr. Settles of T.G.fc Y. WITH THW COUPON OOOO W"......COOPOll_ .l
t t ....., ...... 'WITNTt".COUPONaooa ,
for use of the poinsettias. Also a -.1 I sol ed DRS M IM 0. h. MC.a. 1 V"nu wD..oac:. a.. 1.1 _

Greed Op a..aJeny'*nina*Christme.. sole special helped during thanks the to the dance parents: Mr. who and gas t :. ;; 1' eala@altil lisagsl..liol.. -.glrssalsmr.. ._........._.. ,

117 lest C.llit. Mrs. William Stroud. Mr. and Mrs.
Don Roberts Mrs. John Miller. Mrs.
James Reddish Mrs. J.E. Denmark,
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy: spent the' and Mrs:Joan Chitty. TO FAKT Y'
weekend In Atlanta visiting their
daughters and families Mr. and Mrs.
OresOpanlepChr ewes sole
David Mendenhall and daughter and brat a Jr.y ytsi/9urta.:51.1 SST 320 TH WALNUT STRIET
Miss June
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Hampton Hilights 'exchanged for a very enjoyable'ever'" J that day f > ,;,i;}fit;,, 0 y weeks.of'vacation from school beg1nnCbrLttroAi \ ,.. .. Lawtey Newsby 'Ili
,Ing. ( ,,',>, ; ilolfita : : vr>1' :ta*Monday December 22.School' will ;';';I /'\< .if' t
:,' ,,'Children'Christmas Party Facislty: and'IItl.ldiJ.Gt.a>MJ.1 y .,..,o fv :;,.resume Jan. 5,1061.' Vii';,; :," Elisabeth Terry
.by Dolores Meng Children of the community are Invited '" ,. ,Church Activities! ,
Phone 4681915Congratulations to attend a Christmas Party In Members of the Highland
Dec. 20.at .' t ilobsry Baptist Church will
the City Hall on Saturday tit w.
8:30 p.m. Santa Claus Is expecteJ to I rwi I presenting a Christmas Program ..
t Terry and Holly Sharp of Hampton arrive there, and a group of local T the church,Saturday,Dec.20.beginning
,announce the birth of their daughter volunteers is providing gifts and ff at 7 p.m. All of the members
Chasity Dawn Sharp. She was born refreshments for this occasion.Mr. their( guests are Invited to attend
December 6, 19110 at Shands Hospitalin S Special, Christmas '
Gainesville,.weighing 7 ]bs. B oz.' and Mrs. Cecil Matthews spent their. highlighted by Christmas Music.
and measured 20", the Thanksgiving holidays with .
., Paternal grandparents are Mr.and daughter and son-in-law. Cat and E Other-churches in the area
Mrs. Harrison Sharp of Hampton Marcus Lanier and family of West 'welcome to Join us for the _
Villa and Mrs. William. McCrae of Palm"Beach. L Coffee and cake will be served in I;
Raiford. 1 Christmas DecorationsMr. E fellowship. hall following. the.
Maternal great grandparents are c .and Mrs. Matthews are busy bringing M mance
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hall of. Lake the Spirit of Christmas to theirhome
,Butler. ,on SR 18 approximately\ mile E PLEASE NOTE: The Lawtey
east of US 301.Appearing on the scene N 'Youth Dance for Friday scheduled Dec. 19.
Birthday last week 'was the large crib built by be-cancelled. and fora
_. Derrick Kelly was S years old on Mr. Mattheus and holding the figures T 1t SPtttMraswy date
'. Dec. 6. KimberlY Smith celebrated of the Nativity Scene. Also on the .,A t "{ t \. *
g her 11th birthday Dec. 10.Clayton ATR lawn are the Snowman Snowlady a First Baptist Pastor and
chey turned 1 year old on Dec. 14. Deer, Christmas elf Santa anti R David Brown conducted a revival ,
Kirk Williams was 11 on Dec. 11. Beth reindeer. Last year visitors also en-, Y ''Hi..ta.M"-.ty:8c.ooI. : : the Pine Level Baptist Church
i c- Kennan celebrated her 5th birthday Joyed the lighted trees and shrubbery Fifth Grade Louisville\ Ala., Monday
S Dec. 12. Macey Rhoden was 9 on Deo.. Santa on the chimney top anti Pictured above are students Miss Claudette Peterson's Fifth Grade clam and Wednesday nights.
M 12. Raymond Williams had another Christmas music broadcast from who recently traveled to tile Broadcast House of Jacksonville's WJXT-CBS
3t birthday on Dec. 13. Hazel Thomas their house. .Channel 4 TV station. Personals:
Kirkland of
:S celebrated her birthday on Dec. 14 by The Joe Riddick home Is delightful Left to right>)> 1st rows Mlndy Kersey.Grace Rowe Sid Russell Chrtata Wood Mrs. J.L. dinner of
dining at the Western Steer. Happy to behold also at this season with the and Michelle Gunter. rod row Shelly Carter. Tracy Youngblood. Harold Mitchell was a Monday of Gainesville guest
3 birthday to Angle Mitchell on Dec. 161 lovely Nativity Scene, choir boys and Andy Frey and Eddie Lloyd.3rd row Sandy Frlese, Bernard Baei. Brad C.E. Strickland
Miss Elizabeth Terry was visiting
lighted cross, colored lights outlining '
Snow and their teacher.Claudette Pete.On .
5 Christina Party their house and other decorations. Saturday January 24. IM1, at IIM a.m..this group will be featured on the Monday. to Wednesday.Mrs. Pendarvis and Mr.
Members of the Christian Church Their home is located on US 301 'TV children's show'iT's ELEMENTARY". The games are fast-paced brainteasers W.E. left
8 enjoyed an attendance of about SO at about tt mile north of Jet. 10.Basketball and skill exercises that home viewers can play along with the studio au Mrs. David to Wilkerson Frank Pendarvis. ,
K their covered dish dinner in the City dience. Dec. 7 to go ,
S Hall on Saturday. Special music was TournamentOn Other students'who accompanied their classmates.. that day were Richard is In the hospital Denver C ,
12 Hampton with him.
December are
3 provided by Jddy Wadsworth with his Friday, the Basketball Kldd. Brian KMd and Jeannle Hedger Ou..prayen. Mrs. Edward
Michael Mitchell theguitar Elementary hosted .... found the trip both educationaland M. and k
guitar playing from Brooker Mr. John G. Meyer drove the The group lime with their t
?: and Mrs. Lillian Hall playing Tournament. entertaining.The Channel staff were very Informative and helpful.Accom. spent some Stuart Roberts '
a an electric piano. Christmas carols Southside and Starke Elementary panying and assisting the group were: Mrs.Vickie Crews Mr. and Mrs.Bernar Mr. and
$, were played and sung,and gifts were }Joined in the fun and sports competi- do Baei. Mr.and Mrs. Paul.Frlese. Mrs. Jean Ru..elland Mr. Bill Guida. Christmas.Mr Miami. They. will return home 'i

41 ,'and Mrs. Willie Green and
,1.Y t sister Mrs. Mildred Griffis also
-1 Starke, and their sisters Mrs. and'I
Strickland of Ebro and
Margaret Blow of Orlando, j
Miss Elizabeth Terry on Friday :'

FOR'P oOI.THE BEST of Mrs. Leonard
GIFT TO GIVE... I she is to
.. regret to learn that ,
N.I itti re, GIFT surgery in St Luke's t'
Jacksonville, soon. Our prayers !
:Values CERTIFICATESAVMLAMB J' .with her. '
AT anon omcs User Mrs. Bill Crouse spent the
with her brother-in-law and I
., Mr.and Mrs Stanley Bedencourt ,I'
'family of Jacksonville.
Sarah Hodges was a Saturday "
? YOU CAN'T night guest of her uncle and aunt.

SMOKED r ]BUY BETTER and Palatka.Mrs. Jerry Glance and family -

HAMS AA 0 ...SO WHY Mr. Frankie Wood and
Darlene Norman were united In
PAY MORE? riage In the front yard at the home
I her cousins Mr. and Mrs. I
: SUPER BUTTPORTION BtItALRj ,Taylor Friday, Dec. 12, at 8 p.m. 1'1
; : Mrs. Allen Taylor, a
DISCOUNT .ALL" Ul8ceoooDYHOCI cousins I
j, L0o8E PACK; TRAY WEDNESDAY. uoHrs DEC ResaaveD'.. 19HOouAHT .' Public performed the
I. 100 present
There were persons
cluding relatives from Seville,
HTQRADE Wales, Macclenny and

S. 8 9 .8. WEST VIRQiniAOUAVC8HAMPOOS c and reception Cave afterwards Springs. Ga.and They served ,

LB LB LB : oweiew 111001.11011 HALF La$198&. ding cake and punch. j.i

SAVE 30. A LB SAVE 20. A LB SAVE 40.. A LB c IINU Henry Hodges and Mrs. ,. '.
-_ oRSLtssa WHOU : Crawford were Sunday
,, ," ...p'. JoI: ..;.183198 ,wf'hi9"ln-laws'. ,'Mr."end-Mrs. ', _
=. .;....,,, ".'...............................*. '-i HYOKADea,,-, .",- ,l"-- t ....CII.... Le Glance and family of Palatka. :
...... trues OB; AVBM A IB Sarah returned home
IAftso.f I'iII"--.DA..JI. o SAVL1G4wPeaPANTRYPRIDE POUI'ID D_N .o.Turkey daughter
Roast. 368SAVS Cream Cheese. 68 % him that afternoon. '
SMOKED $ TICE Mr. and Mrs. Joey Bennett are
J0.3 U ma AU.WHITS JBnNIB-O Soave 1O*.I...CUP PANT**PRIDE ::19. I'L. .268
HAMS .CON PKG. parents of a son Jeremy !
Turkey Roast. 39a Sour Cream. . 78 born in St. Vincent's !
..... ....OIlIID'' $'I 98 ,
save sr.QT IN TIle DAIRY CAM AJUBUKW M.G.P.! ou. MimnmtaMioiiAssorted BAVB W.run PKOJUTTLB WIBHBM M UTT1BSmokies 'PER Jacksonville Dec, 9. Maternal
Egg Nog (HOLIDAY) .980 Cookies. "I23 (osc ss maims)98*. ,040"019 POUND' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl
CA..I.D wards, paternal
'SAVE 41*.34M HALfWaY LIGHT LIVELY SAYS SO--So CUP IIAUKAUIM ASSORTED RAVE SO'LE 11.0.AU V1m" CAN Its .798 parents are Mr,.and Mrs. Buster
Cottage Cheese. .I18 Cheese Spread. 980 Franks OSCAR MAYER) *19 nett of Lawtey.

Mrs. Opal Lewis spent 10 days
R .ariF.
her brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
..",.... ... BONELESS BEEP '.oci R'MIp1 cdi MAID
FARMER GRAY' : .. "aPLOlUo"'.;
BOTTOM- U.S.D.A. GRADE A BASTEDTURKEYS o q13e'.QICE! Santa t6 Visit BC Library Tins Saturday I IKrls

Krlngle, alias St. Nicholas Christmas The Public Library encourages 1
32 TURKEYS, G.l.D.A.OIlADUCUIIOU., .._. m98 alias Bishop of Myra, alias Santa all to come. '
3"J98 Aa1'OIOAncoo'.nua.II. Claus comes to the Bradford County Make your Christmas Holiday a

l Public Library Saturday, Dec. 20, happy one. Relax! Read a book.
.r .aAW.IIO 68" 7se' His eyes, how they twinkled! His Pick some new recipes to make froma
.. '16LBS SUP 6 UP I,,, ". dimples.how merry I His cheeks were library cookbook and more. Visit 1
his like a cherry!" your Public Library during this holi-
... .Xi like roses, nose
; _
and have fun. Don't miss the
All day
Santa's lap.
Come sit on
10 TO I.U.Ya La love Les aa U ': .
fJIiI" : : beautiful poinsettias, compliments of
: must be accompanied by
adults ,
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A.-M.-= allOn. .
-t5f'.wni.o=, :+ ji S. Ata6catumoHEii44. children. Wishing you a Merry the Bradford County Senior Citizens.
ALpB! OR c oce l\BUTTEH:
,011***roll on ANTI.ri........"rTu
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+ WE CARRY, A BAVB I .OOtl..IW"CV"'I'f.1)!; "2/1 .
P 2 COMPLETE LINE OFO .SofmPuffs.r,1.: ; : r-"t,. to remember Dec. v.
BMS Band Concert are pleased to have Mrs
Thursday, Dec. 1* very
Certaid 199 '
CHRISTMAS..CARDS. Cream'" ". 8 p,m. In the BMS gym. Band will Debbie Woodfin substituting for Mrs.
." 0'WRAPPING .!PAPER saws*0>. .-.. '"w be under the direction of Mr. James Bennett during her maternity leave.
EVERY DAY ,Aspirin I (fAnT rpRioE)4yvAVB7SOS Peronto. $1 donation for adults. Mrs. Woodfin also substituted for i.
'o CANDIES PLANTS. tVf *4A 9 Friday. Dec. 19- BMS Chorus Con- Mrs. Walkup while she was out. Mrs. '
Daycare Capsules. cert 7:30 In the BMS gym under the Woodfin has done an outstanding )job I
& .FLOWERS, SAM M.>.'. :tnAJka direction of Mr Don Hardy Admis- and we are pleased to have had her
Seltzer during this period of time.
TAa&.aft1> sion$150.Our .
., .. '- 'Ii,
.t.<<\ Wave two teachers that will be
."!If"! _llmmmmp-s last day of school for the leaving us over the Christmas '
90& FROZEN! LIBBY: Christmas Holidays will be Dec. 19. Holidays due to relocating in other ,

We will return to school on Monday. cities. Mr. Pete Kennedy Bus. Ed.,.
PUMPKIN. Jan. S.Artist. will be moving to Key West. Mr. Ken
I'" c of the Week Gary'Wise.. nedy's position will be billed by Ms,'
5. 9. @! Gary's art Is a simulated stained Carol Ilardln''who has been with us
49 glass design. He used colored tissue this year while Mrs. Nancy Brewer,
1.... with ,black construction paper to Art Teacher,has been out on materni.'
10"' CAN create his Christmas candle,. Good ty leave. Mrs. Ann Cunningham.
SAVE "vii le', work Gary. Morris, who will also be leaving, will
Is ., an ,We would like to congratulate three' be moving with her family to Atlanta..
: '.BAVSMMt: COMTOCIICH.aT faculty members on the arrival of Mrs. Cunningham-Morris has beenour .I
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MORTON :2' : IAVltsou. < .AVa l29 members to their families this Emotionally Handicapped II
2/ 1 Pie Filling .' new
Sausage289SAVSIIMM Yellow Rice'
PUMPKIN Vienna ..i0.s year: Mrs. Nancy Brewer,a daughter teacher and has done an outstanding
...RAVI .9 9Jti >PAnt1IYP, .ll>B Save 50+ MM" : DeI'MontaPears.690 Anneke Nelson, born July 20; Mrs. Job. Mr. Kennedy has also done an ex-
Sliced Peets..3/89c. ,. Carpet Scent. .. .99' __ Virginia Walkup. daughter ShiannRebecca cellent job with our Business Education
IAv..SIMRGTTa AVBTrt.llw born Oct.23 and Mrs.Linda Program.They will both be missed 1\.
a PAK PBOUK pit TITS Pf 9'c Jacks. / ,
Pie Shells. .. 1..0"1. Prune Juice . Coffee"Creamer.. 149AVBao says 4 aM Bennett a son. Jerome Kyle born greatly. .
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2 Christmas TourneysThe n '. Now Host KeystonePlaying

Tornado roundballers will be playing In two Christmas tournaments over Gainesville High's Sherry Williams the officiating all night,poL011.5
beat the buzzer with 12-foot bench to point out
a jumper
Park event ,Thurs-
the break,starting with the three-day Orange holiday tonight
1 lane violation and whistled
with just 4 seconds remaining Mon- was a
Dec. 18, through Saturday.BHS
day send "T". The visitors hit of the two
meets P.K. Yonge in the 6:30 p.m. opener tonight at Orange Park High day night to the Lady Tornadoesof one (
foul shots, followed with basket andit
in the second at 8:30 BHS down to a 40-39 homecourt a
with Ed White and Palatka meeting game : p.m.If
defeat and below the .500 level for the was 3431.Jackson .
the Tornadoes win the opener, and they'll have to to play more than once,
they'll play host Orange Park Friday night at 9 p.m. with the White-Palatka win- ..... first time since an opening game loss. twice weaved through the
V It was the third straight defeat, all Purple 'Cane defense for buckets to
ner meeting Clay High at 7 p.m.
N District 5-AAA for but BHS back 35.34 with 2:27 to
The title Is set for Saturday night at 9 p.m. preceded by a consolation against opponents top
the Lady Tornadoes, who had started play and then hit both ends of a one-
championship.The Tornadoes go to Bishop Kenny for the Crusaders Christmas tourney Mon- with three wins in their first four and-one for a 37-36 advantage with
day and Tuesday of next week Dec. 22-23. At last word Coach Mike Sexton had outings but are now 3-4. 1:27: left. Vaunda Brown then snatched
heard that Jacksonville Paxon,Bishop Kenny,and the Tornadoes were to be join- Buchholz turned Bradford 50-32 last a rebound and hit a layup and BHS
in Gainesville.The to be in at 38 36 with
ed by one other in the field.Turnovers. Thursday night appeared charge -
BHS girls try to get back on the 50 ticks on the clock.
< right track with a home date against But as Jackson said afterwards
....-. .wr.-.. Keystone Heights tonight Thursday. "We've got bad luck." Gainesville
4< J. Dec. 18, at 7:30: p.m. It will be the pulled to within one on two foul shots
Blahs .
3rd Quarter Keep-a-Way final contest before the Christmas and then, after stealing the ball from
break for the iris. Jackson with the press and winning
Tornadoes Hope Jackson left, and Mae Hollls with ball at right played *
Lady In last week s games Hope Jackson the draw on a jump ball, won the
keep-a-way from a GUS defender at one point as Bradford worked the ball on the Williams
led the BHS offense bucket.
again hitting 22 game on
Sink 'Tornadoes to 0-4 outside to make the visiting team come out of Its tightly-packed zone points against Buchholz and 23 versus Williams, led the winners with 14

GHS to raise her season average to points while Janet Williams backed
19.8 points per game. Jackson with 8 points and a team highS
BHS Basketball Coach Mike Sextonis points. William Commodore of It was two Jackson jumpers that steals. Jackson was the rebound
singing the third ouartor fclups. Palatka led all scorers with 20. For gave BHS Its longest lead in Monday's leader for Bradford with 7 with
With a sigh about "MS Isam Carter canned 12 and Steve Weightlifters Host Baker Co.
game, a 25-19 margin after GHS was Queenie Berry claiming 5.
into the melody. Marks and Eddie Thompkins both hit held scoreless in the third period. But No late-game heroics were neededby

"The killing us," 8.duty Regular because Kerry of Fisher sickness saw but only twice spot Bradford High School's lot." He'll go at 132 while Jordan is Gainesville tied the count at 29-all Buchholz last Thursday.center
Sexton thirdJuarter'a 65-44 loss at came on for instant offense, hitting ting team gets its (- 165, Reddish at 181, and Carroll at with 4:34 left and took a three point Tammy Jackson powered inside for
Macclenny last Friday night. "We buckets the first time he touched the started with an 198.Others led when Lady Tornado Coach Jimmy more GIRLS BASKETBALLon
went into halftime down two points to ball after being inserted In the lineup. against Baker County High who will be lifting for points Thomas was hit with a technical foul
St. Augustine and came out of the Thompkins was the leader on the nado weight room today, include: Roland Coleman, with 3:59 left. Thomas, red hot overTDIrrCt1ng'sT pg. 12A
third quarter down 11.. we were up boards with 9 rebounds. Dec. 18. Match time is 300.: Brown, and Brian Davis at 132;
three points at the half against St. Reddish, Charles Woods, Dar-
Augustine (and up seven midway Baker Co. 65 BUS 44 Seniors Bobby Martin, Thornton,Dwayne Strickland,and
through the third stanza) and endedup dan, Kevin Reddish, and improved'a Hardee at 148; Charles Brown < l
t9 f1 y l
the third quarter down by one... Turnovers plagued the Tornadoesfor are providing the leadership > Randy Luke at 165; Wayne Cribbs t" r1J
then we went Into the half behind by the third straight game as rival and are the surest points Don Green at 181; and Clyde t
four at Macclenny and after the third Baker County pinned a 21-point defeaton it heads into the. dual in the heavyweight classfc>f ',',' ....
period we were behind 13." the BHS boys in Macclenny last ,,said Coach Carlton Faulk. The Tornadoes. first official match\ .. ","h' ., ,""'Q ,
He might as well have added In the Friday: 18""$ ,.:-Marti '- ."sixth-st V the1! )" -tlie ftnf Wednesday *...r ">I' r -
Palatka game in Starke Tuesday The Wildcats J iumpecMut"to a last t year and according to resumes, Dec. 7, probably The Attack-" "
night, for the Tornadoes turned a six first quarter lead and never were worked hard every day and Gainesville High at home. SSi
point Panther intermission margin Into overtaken, despite a game inside ef- AM W
a semi-blowout by letting the fort by junior Eddie Thompkins. The Lady Tornado
visitors cash in 13 of the first 17 pointsIn 6-4 Thompkins canned points on 6 of basketball coach C R EDiT
the third period. 11 shooting for BHS and hauled down Local Special Olympic Team Jimmy Thomaswas {
Turnovers have been the major 18 rebounds, five off the offensive energetic In
culprit In the third period collapses, boards. Takes District BasketballThe Monday' night's
though mistakes certainly have not BHS made its move 'just before tight home game
been restricted to the third period halftime drawing to within 25-27 but against Gainesville 7
alone. In Tuesday's loss the Tornadoes Baker got a layup and the Tornadoes Bradford Bullets won the Special Olympics District Basketball championship High popping off ,
lost the ball 27 times, way missed one and it was 29-25 Wildcatsat over teams from Gainesville,Lake City,and Alachua last Saturday,Dec. 13, the bench often to .t
the half.Johnny in Lake City. orchestrate' the
down from the 41 turnovers commit-
ted In the opening loss to St. Belford and Cliff Miller The local W.m, mads utIC( t Terry Harris Bobby Williams, Fred Fayson, BHS offenses and ,
Augustine but far game from being en- combined for 41 points for the hosts, Ronald Davis;John Hutchins, and Albert McDuffie,averaged 25 points per game defenses and justas
couraging. with Belford topping all scorers with while holding the oppo iCio.'t a maximum of 14 points. Albert McDuffie did often to drop a I r
21 markers. most of the damage for the Bullets,hitting for 20 points per game at the Columbia terse word In thflp! '
Palatka 75 BHS 59 Isam Carter and Kerry Fisher were High South Bets,.',, officials' ear. cG
BHS had turned the ball over both In double figures for BHS,Carter With the win the qualified for the Area Meet to be held in Cocoa Beach
numerous times in the first half hitting for a dozen points and Fisher January 9-10, 1981.n! ,1(0__ nos Atuoa
against Palatka but still managed to for 11. Carter also grabbed 11 rebounds >>alit nuinu
battle neck and neck with the Pan- while Fisher was the team jnoril
thers, who were 2-5 coming in. Two leader in assists with 3. VMiADY SAVE on FLAVOR HOUSE nut't i
Ben Tankard buckets notched tie at MI** si u II HII IN1..O..4 i\
11-11 with 3:01 left in the opening M.N- LM,.. is U 11 M ti f nilW A'trEIIES Fresh Whitman Sampler Candy DRY ROASTED PEAK
period but Palatka retook the front 1..1..x TM-01".1-4..1-6.d s M...H.-0 #1911'-Z"A&"
and stayed four to six points ahead for .4.. ,,lw 1.*4. Mwfcl I 4.t..W.Hilm I..4 f. #1'31'-2"C" 50' off 1/2 Lb.
the rest of the half. Cmtmi 4 se...1M.kI.r. 12.11.*WH9*...4 e.IfAMl 16 oz
.4 11.1$ft. #.1'51'-2" "HOLIDAY FAVORITES"REQ.
The third quarter Palatka blitz, .
built on seven of the Bradford turnovers 11..0..1 t U 1 I* 44 "JWI' o. 1.49
pushed the visitors ahead __c.. l. II M It MklMt
49-34 with three minutes left in the -.Mitti",.,..1.....w.ea.1 MIS.M M. ..4W.CMM..4 Ndurltill. ., II.WlnfcUr 'j ".t'OLT 2" off 2 Lb.. !TfI: ., "'\",.>\1._
period and the Tornadoes never could .... 'f"
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get closer than 11 the rest of the way. 14..c..i a II."*.. 01 HUDSON > ...
The Tornado defense wasn't very (1 VITAMINS 1 .
Some Statistics :
successful stopping the Panther attack : 1 :19
and Sexton said the outing was Ben Tankard is the leading scorer BEAT- H E-COST-a' VICKS.NYQUIL
Bradford's "worst rebound game of through the first four games with 37 ,, r '
the year." points (in three games, he sat out 10% off OF037INGHALFPRICE ,
Tankard was a force inside all one) for a 12.3 per game average. 6 oz. -
night,working hard to get the ball anda Steve Marks his hit 34, Kerry Fisher GE & Sunbeam -f
shot off, but hit just eight of 21 floor 33, Eddie Thompkins 31,Isam Carter SALE "
tries,still leading BUS scorers with 16 30, and Emmett Watkins 19.Watklns Electric Can OpcntrsAsst. 11I : 1'II1mR'

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REGISTER situate, lying and being., .tin r. .
C"N the County of Brad .
NAME 910. ,loot, run thence at Bradford County, ford. State of Florida. 'I
South 109 ,feet, to Point Florida /s/by Beulah known and described ass Three Starke GirlsIn n
to Section of Beginning and being a Moody. Deputy Clerk. "The Nutcracker"Three
Florida Statutes, rectangular' tract of 'fond 12/18 :2tchp 12/23 COMMENCE at the Northeast -
node It hereby given 210 feet East and West corner of Section girls from the local
that the yxderslaned, and 105 fet North and' IN THE CIRCUIT 21, Township 6 South. Aerobatics class taught by Jean Reid
SARAH CUONI COURT EIGHTH Range :22: East thencerun will be performing In the Gainesville
REAGAN Rt. J, Box South lying and being 'In JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN South 3I., 14' 10" Civic Ballet's "The Nutcracker"
1348. Stark. Fl. 32091. the Southwest corner of AND FOR BRADFORD West 930 feet to the Intersection Wednesday Dec. 17 through Sunday.
sole' owners doing the Southeast to of the COUNTY. FLORIDA. of the
'. ,Dec. 21, In Gainesville .
Northeast of
businesa' as THE Southeast' the ,CASE NO. 80-282 centerline of the SCL Shilynn Chaff Sandi Cain and Jennifer ...
DREAMER. Rt 3; son Section MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Railroad right of way and '
16. Township South Brown are the local girls who lQ.U.DUi:
1948 Stark, Fl. 32091. the centerftn of Center "
will be performing as tumblers in the !
Intend 'lo register laid Rang. :22 East and containing EVELYN M. VAUGHN Street, thence run North .
fictitious' name under the a hall acre, moreor and EVELYN V. POWELL. 73* 27' '"" west along' Tchaikovsky ballet which will be
provision' ol aloretaldtlotule I.... all lying and being Plaintiffs, ... ARTHUR' the centerllne of Center hald at the Constants Theater at the J. t\\\ \ \\\\l) \ \\\\\\
In'Bradford County, BRUNO and DIANE C. Street 1054.6 feet to the Florida Union on the University
Dated' trill 3rd day ol Florida., BRUNO hit wife el al. West line of Stale Road of campus. Evening perfor-
December.. A.D. 1980 In has Defendants. No. 200: thence run mances start each night at 8:13 Also. FUNDS rOA ALL #
Starke. Fl. 13/11 tpd been filed againstyou NOTICE OF South 1633' 09" West matinee performances will be held at
I/I 'II. and you are requiredto MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE 375 feet .to the POB 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. ...,. It ". ,.,..'11TUICTlr I I"By
serve a copy ol your SALE thence continue South Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT written defenses- II any Public notice Is hereby 16 33 09"West 180 feet; students and senior citizens. those Sports Club Memberships'Says
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL to It on Alan S. Chrlstner. that to
given pursuant thence North 73 71'st"
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Jr. Esquire, plaintiff attorney and In strict accordance West run 193 feet, 2nd AnnualSki Bob.Shannon of the All Sports Club (
BRADFORD COUNTY what address Is with the Summary Final 1633' .
thence North
FLORIDA. 3100 W. Kennedy Judgment of Foreclosure 09" East run 180 feet, thencerun Trip PlannedThe Mr. Shannon and other member of the Bradford Huh( School, All Sports Club l
CIVIL ACTION Boulevard. Second Floor' entered 'In this cause on South 73 2T 51" East Starke and Macclenny Recreation are urging other person In the community to gel( Involved .in 1I1I1.purllnl( all Tornado 11II
Ca. No. 80-4BS. Tampa Florida 33609 on December 19, I98O the 193 foot to POs and lying Department plan to combine athletics by joining' the flub.
In ..: Th. Marriage of or before January 6,. undersigned' as Clark of and being In the City again for a 2nd annual ski trip excursion The All Sport Club ,,111liin be putting together( three spurts bmiiurl| this ,
BILLY, C. BENEFIELD Hutband 1981 and III* the said Court will on the of Starke. Bradford to the Blowing Rock In the year with the Ural the Football Banquet. net for Thursday Jun. Jll. l't. valor
and LINDA original' with the clerk ol 6th day of January. A.D. County. Florida.at Appalachian Mountains slopes of North Football Coach Charley Pell In 'lined up an the guest speaker fur hail\ hunqurl ..
DARLENE BEMEFIELD.Wile. this court either before '1981 soil th* fallowing Carolina. Cost for the dinner banquet Mill' 'be" ft fur nun-iiieniberi unit u fill: fur (lull \
service on plaintiff attorney ,
described real property public auction to the The will be the weekend
trip Feb
NOTICEOF or Immediatelythereafter situate In Bradford County. highest bidder for cash 13-17 with the Memberships' which cost fill are available/ b.,. contacting; any All/ Sports| < lull
SUIT- otherwise a Florida ....wlt: at 'the fast front door of group leaving Friday officers: Harold Bishop Jack Uriffix. James Krnrli-r and Munition.
NO PROPERTY default will be entered the Bradford County night Feb. 13, arriving on Saturday,

TO: LINDA DARLENE against you for the relief Lots 5. 6. 7, 8. 9. 10, 11 Courthouse In Stark. skiing Saturday through Monday
'!" demanded 'In the complaint Feb. 14-16, and returning on the 17th.
BENEFIELD. ADDRESS and 12 'In Block 7, Hamp Florida during th* legal .
or petition. 18 or 19 people can be taken from .
UNKNOWN. ton. Section 3O, hours of sale. to-wlt: -
YOU ARE HEREBY WITNESS my hand and Township 7 South Rang 1.00: p.m. Tuesday Starke said Rec. Director Cheryl God GHS Vies for State Title
NOTIFIED that an action the seal' of this Court on 23 East. January 6, 1981., some win, with the first 18 to sign up andy
:->i for Dissolution ol marriage November 26. 1980. being a legal sales day pa their deposit Friday Night Against TitusvilleGainesville a
GILBERT S. BROWN. auction th A deposit of$60 ring.by
hoe been tiled at public to and a legal hour of ..1. December
.1 1 against you Linda Clerk of the Court './ by. highest bidder for cash Dated' this 19th day of 30 to reserve a spot, that pays for the
i* Darlene "Benofleld and Beulah M.. Moody Deputy at th* East front door of December A.D., 1980. rooms (3 and 4 bedroom con High School, a team that just did squeeze by the Tornadoes of BUS
.j. you or. required to CI.rk.Il 12 25. the Bradford County GEORGE H. PIERCE dominiums with kitchens) The bus en route to the district title winning 7-0 in Starke Friday, (hit 17.. HUH
or serve a copy of your : 44tchg" Courthouse In Storka 996 North Tempi fare of$52.63 must be paid by January represented District 5-AAA well in the stale playofls.
Ii written defense, If any Florida during the legal Avenue, Star.... Florida 31. In- fact GHS Is on the brink of taking all the marbles. Friday night live 12: 'I Pur
j. to It, on the plaintiff's at- IN THE CIRCUIT hours of sale,' to.wit: 32091 Attorney for Additional charges for ski rental pie Hurricanes vie for the class AAA state title when they visit Titusville Isle
1i I lomey whos name and COURT. EIGHTH 1:15 p.m. Tuesday Plaintiff. and a lift ticket are$20 per day or $60 12-1): ) ;
12' address li Dudley P. Har. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN January 6. 1981, same Gilbert S. Brown for the 3 days with payment at the ski The 'Canes ranked sixth in the final prep AAA top ten. uJX.ndt'tII..p-r lnktoti
dy. Esq" Pierce A Hardy AND FOR BRADFORD being a legal tales day Clerk of the Circuit Courtof site. The total cost of 172.65 does not Jacksonville Lee 21-13 in a classic high school confrontation before some 5.
'r.PA.> P.O. Drawer 1030 COUNTY. FLORIDA. and a legal hour of sale. Bradford County include groceries. Food can be fans at Florida Field last week. They had earlier disposed of Ocalu Fortwl c 12101: t
T".1 Starke, Florida' 33091 CASE NO. 80-262 Doted' this ,13th day of Florida.Iby Beufah brought to cook.Possibility. and St. Cloud ((41-7) In the first two playoff rounds. Lee had crushed i Pit I&itkit :.1(1-7(
December. A D.. 1980.
and file the original with MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE Moody. Deputy Clerk.
and defending Milton 25m to to the semifinals.
champ gel
the clerk of the above GEORGE H. PIERCE. 12/18 2tchg 12/29.:
styled court 'on or ALBERT H. BIRT and 996 North Tempi of Titusville which like GHS lost its opener Ito I Cocoa ) but has stormed tu I.1:
i/1 before January B. 1981. MADELYN E. BIRT. his Avenue. Starke, florida. Team TennisThere's straight wins since ripped unbeatens Barlow (19-01( and Venice ((31-Ui in tin-
-I l otherwise a judgmentmay wife Plaintiffs, vs ARTHUR 33091. Attorney for playoffs before squeezing past Belle Glades Central 13-6 on the road In lIu.Iweek'slOuthern
be entered against BRUNO and DIANEC. .Plaintiff.' a possibility that Starke semifinal..
t: you for the relief BRUNO hi. wife, Gilbert S. Brown. could field a team In a new Michelob In the class 4A championship game Friday night Pensacola Tale (12 1) and
DO demanded In the co.... MONTGOMERY WARD Clerk ol the Circuit Courtof Lite adult tennis league planned for Miami Columbus (12-1) square off at Tallahassee's Capital Stadium rate was
!I.;j plaint or petition. CO.. INC.. *t al.. 0.1_ Bradford County. 1981 if enouizh interest is shown. ranked sixth entering the playoffs while Columbus Is unranked
;.(". WITNESS my hand and dants. Floridasby Beulah Live Oak. In title games last week Wakulla (12.1 I. state basketball champions last: year. I
':J the seal 1 of this Court on NOTICE OF Moody Deputy Clerk. Lake City and Macclenny already won the 1980 AA grid crown with a 20-6 win over Clermonl ((11-21 and Belle CJI.idi' I
December 2. 1980. MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE 12/18 2tchg 12/23. plan to have teams. Starke could joinas Day (13-0)) won a battle of unbeatens over top-ranked Baker High I 112-11 low u 7.6 l
i. Gilbert S. Brawn. At SALE the fourth league member if count to annex the IA titleFOOTWOHLD.
., Clerk ol the Court. By Public notice .Is hereby enough interest is shown. Players
... Marian McR_. at Deputy given that pursuant to, IN THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH must be 21 years of age or older. Call -
Clerk and In strict accordancewith COURT.
the Final JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Department at
12/4 4tchg 12/2S.
8644792 if like the idea.'
Judgment of Foreclosure AND FOR BRADFORD you
entered 'In this cause on COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT December 13. 1980. th* CASE NO. 80269 1111
TY. FLORIDA. CASE NO. sold Court. will on th*
80-363 CIRCUIT CIVIL 6th day of January. A.D. FLORIDA BANK AT
1981. sell the following STARKE. a banking corporation OTICE
AMERICAN METROPOLITAN d clbed1 property Plaintiff, vs
FINANCIAL CORPO- situate" 'In Bradford County BOB L. COOPER and .
if RATION?' "'"""' //O Florida to-wlt c .. SARAH C. COOPER. his v... The Bradford County'Sheriffs- '.-" SHOE I STORE
AMERICA I'CI\E1RQf.QLI.\ : % j -TAN MORTGAGED. All of Blocks 8 and 9 in INC. a corporation; ED
R.1' Office Is accepting applications
Plaintiff' vs DAVID th* City of Hampton. DOWLING f/d/b/a
-STEPHENS, his wife South. Rang :22 East. SUPPLY n/k/a ALACHUA for a full-time Deputy EVERY SHOE

,-f'NOTICE OF ACTION at public auction to the CO.. INC.. et al. Defendant Sheriff position. Deadline for IN THE ENTIRE STORE
-e:';'TO: DAVID R. STEPHENS highest bidder for cash *.
Sand: : LOTTIE M. at the East front door of NOTICE OF
'STEPHENS, his wife the Bradford County MORTGAGE applying Is January 15, 1981. --
,, 4-.YOU ARE NOTIFIED thatgjbrv Courthouse Florida. d..rlng.lh.In legal Public notice is hereby Please contact the Sheriff's AT A PRICE YOU :,:-

action to foreclose alnort9agr hours of sale, to-wlt: given that pursuant to WON'T BELIEVE
': on real. pro. 1.30: p.m. Tuesday. and In strict accordancewith Office at 964-6280 Ext. ,281 1' .
'In| Bradford Counfl.jr.ido the Summary Final ,
January 6. 1981, some :, "
I ,,: legally! being a 'legal sales day Judgment of Foreclosure for Information.ooiph All UNDER. -=
4 '."t.'1'' f Dated' this 13th day of December 19 '1980. the LADIES I
.. ?dsdlfibufftwttltherNw Pcmbr A.D., 1980. undersigned as Clerk of E. Reddjsjj.) sheriff $700val 10 38"STAXXE
'Ihwsst.twost'4 GEORGE H. PIERCE. sold, Court will on the =
of p996 1\ North Temple' 6th day of January.. A,D. Equal oyer- --
'tsUl".hlp"6Sou'h. ; Avenue, Starke. Florida 1961. sell the following opportunLW SHOES

Rangt4 l 2. Eaa' 32091 Attorney for described real property '",;; ;;;.;.... :;-.
run '.ldfeesd Plaintiff. situate! In Bradford County. 108 E Call .96 .U25
run 'h.nc. KQ05 I Gilbert S.. Brown. Florida ....wlt: .. /
foot. un ytr Clerk of th*Circuit Court
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964-7828 88 N>
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Weekends. A. and._TEf'....Call Office Apartment"....for For Rant Rent r Ralpli J Bryan Real I Estate membership mark Office
Richard olMrrs
Patsy SlIces .'...-..79 Norman H..idli' John tmHh; M4MI7HOMU 1IA Homo far rant.IIH (Cor. US 301A Call St.) lB who! are7.te..lal.' eSale..9 :: liPIII
-STAIMSOil. members of the ,NA '
I*. fromo town SIS.WO. .110O down.
11. Eras ..r..., W.KKT .lot.Cellln.I H.From '1 M 2 la, .,/. ....... wary largo outside .bulMlng/los- 964-8788, ANYTIME '- TIONAl..ASSOCIATION Neat end) Affordable. -: Seat describes'. 2 .bedroom. I
: pease on 1 lots with _r......_WMmrt St. soot .tI. MONDAY- ".'114 Y'.5 p.m.. ,iATUtvtnlng .,t.12 OK HEAL TOlliV and bath ho_. Newly remodeled. kitchen with a spacious

21*, I*. Rock: Fenced M Nrwwswl Dr. '* M IV* la..C/. ....... 'largo lot. Orange 1_. Must and Sunday fry opponftnonfrtofpr subscribe to its strict breakfast. ) bar and plenty of cabinets makes this a good I''fi
.)... ,%., Mock .Ice. 1120 Scoring St. soo. Code of Ethics. buy at S2S.eOO.
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.1'...... home i, H.". cats. .. 4 neet_Pratt It.gsod .1 or 3 M I la' laura St. golden spot, house complotoly1M Bryan REALTOR '
.F.._ heMe. .. ...., WR.Je-Park Floc.nse. .... 'WAff*fONT SAMPSON LAKE M-2 eothMii "New:'-9.bedroom, t..II"ath block home, equipped kit..Leta. :

frame home hj. ,.,.,. S ....,. -.. Water St. 2 So, Control' M/A /largo porch .... roam on 1 acre M OW Mobile Memo CrWA Kitchen Ape flOSUUWDREALTY' cA.nl, oven- has a garage S44..100.or. 11;' \, I tl! MN
.4 M, M, / ...-.r ,... roam Searing St. 'In City. ,1I.nc.-,27.700. tB C": ", Aft
OUT-CF-TOWN HOMtS1IR '* BR I S.. largo beautiful Green Ac.... Terms "GRAHAM ROAD 2 SR-Promo on 2 Acres Choice Acroage;.* ApproHlmatoly(i S eons of Improved

,, Is....... 21 acres, 2-cor ......- .1. Starling M.MIR. .t story Putch ......... Pont to Ho./ Post Control., can bo 27000., posture 'land In lawtey. Coed drainage SI/.SOO.V .
II. from*. /largo lot. take. Rwrlor.2IR. ., homo or ......typo commorttol.' nice si.. lot. .SXCSUINT NIIOMIORHOOD _1 M:2 Bo. llsckPom. Phone 44.7/00 ;i'u',
II. Stucco Sense LM.-SRIB9. Cottogo with 12$' ......... on beautiful. Heck. Crook, Rm. CrWA Oorego Moot MV.OOO.I "392 N. Temple. Avenue Keystone Area -= S bedroom black' homo with control ,
21.Stucco. Plrspleca. ,.11out1t. MItW.......... hoot a air. cWpef, nl,.. lot, 'SM.500. \
.SIR. lot. :9 mobile. homos-........ lake Rd.. '1 recto, with 1 M 1 ea, Gnaw .house,Wilson Id.MVt PICAN TRIES ON THIS ACRI- with 1 1*.2lo. .1' .....WlLL LEASE with' :* ., ,> .
.Promo Urge 4 ".11. aka workshop. war 4A-Hampton.Beautiful. acres with vary aka II* I'A bath brick. vonoor Modern brick he_"", ..... PF-G.r S4',tOO. opNew.to....,. Mpt/c....... Newlywed W. hove |lust the hon o for you. Completely

4 M. '. brick. op*..IOA-W. of Ns? y. homo variety of fruit t nut trees good pasture, small .2% acros-SS.IWOi S .....-.*.ooo.zo"-- dawn-S yrs wall a light ,.//0. 'I furnished. bedroom, block' ,homo, oven has a color

Double ....... ZSR.Itte. C Mock, op*. SA. SR 16W. brew'. 10%. TVl 617.800. '. '
.rick. S 1R.20. ....... ap M. I'AA.-SR 1001. .IIS a IIS lot Westmaroland. St.. nIce trees. .. .S acres S up-Sl.OOO par A.12 down is) yon -in, I country, largo frame
Frame, S M,, IRU ...............ip.. 4'/i A.-Sters Rd. eowrlful tr/i acres with 490..pecan trees 4"well.1 ar9'A%. "' homo, with acre of .land.. Could bo your Hail l lay. .* Into this' 3 ....._. I bath
Now Cypros """ ..' UR.IS). tOA.-OH leyUss Hwy tic tanks 2 fish ponds fenced A cross fantod.., like .10 acres graded. road '''.600 with fell.. '. homo lis lawtey. New carpet throughout, central heat A ,1
.21, ,., M. .... kHchoa-dlnlng. ryslol lake A. Panama ...... T..", ... *...II ocres on US 201-$20.360 goad ........ .Promo homo, ,with Itocres. air, and a newly' remodeled kitchen makes this homo a
PP- ... **. Brick-Gantry Club. aroa. Apartment,beauty shop a .barber hop. I..ulIdI4w solo. ; >,' lorn .horse stalls good Investment at SM.SOO.
largo, appro. 'A.. MR 21 .... IOM.S or scold bo changed lo another typo business near mail Old It_.. new ...-., t.r- ,end ,"-j, and many storage .Associate.Evenings ,
'.. II. M. O*. ep...1 acre lot-.... IOCS., day fnn Toi nis. ,.business, end .Industrial .,.... .. .buildings, Terry A. Oalnee-7M-MII Key C.Waters-1 4.e4l"
Irtck, homo ......., *2 acre S.R. 121. .Ia.. acres with 11 a S4 MM West of Starke.Vt .. I teem) O.Stanley-472-MS' Patsy H. lawson''6/.4927
acre sritk It. M MM with ....11t... dining roam and CALLUlATf64.I7MANDAYOINIOHTI' "S ..._homo, with/lakoaccass "
ACREAGE Central, l2IM.Mw fireplace. small
: owe" porch. M/A only ASSOCIAT/S-APT.'HOURS .

Lebo. .built. S1S.SM.IO. / p'.'
:Apererimotely S aero In Leslie Area. OM. .P."Me.- Services .......Ih...._It .Associate. Need 0 liege ....._. .'oN I { :
4 acres-Off SR2M.SoautHul Appraisals 1 1 Offke Manager '9ahIWw details.lvenlng.ii. I I
'4i .... MeIII/o/ Nana lot W....... "' .... Susan M. Poulknor-; .IAlTOII- 4-MeS"' *44-.3ISSylvia .. ,Ibt..1
10 acres-Country Club area.,, ,...'10_. ;. v Please call -
.Nice lot_ Country Club. Irene L REALTOR-ASSOCIATb96MI1/2 1 Reddish1Vo 'Nevis Ward. Varnlo Odem, Broker
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IUStNII.ANOINVUTMlNft. Sandra W < Associates ..47.: 414"4": Pearl,Andrews 044-7730 Career of U.S.,Ml South will Edwards Rood
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Ftge I". Tk'f: GRAPH December 18, IBM

> Music Men 0-2 in State TourneyThe

The Music Men of Starke, local men flag football league unbeaten.

I cnamploiia and winners in the District Tournament two, Resin Craft of Jupiter won the state title
I turning back
i weekends ago. found the going rougher at the state tournament
II' defending champ Palace Saloon of Tallahassee 28-27 In the
I losing In two tourney game at the rugged IB-team title
; game Sunday.Palace Saloon scored In the final minute
i 1' event played In Palm Bay list weekend. It was the first but failed to convert the extra point.
time a team from Bradford
County has ever played the Arrowhead
state tourney.Brevard of Gainesville, runnerup In the local district
d Budweisor of Palm to Music Men, also lost its first two times out at state, fall )
Bay the boat team, knocked ing to Buddy's 'A r
\ the Music Men out of championship bracket with a close Sporting Goods of Taliahassse, a team
I 24-20 win Saturday and then Bill's Bookstore of Tallahassee quarterbacked by former FSU signal-caller Jimmy Jordan
I 4 and then losing to
: eliminated the Starke club In a consolation bracket contest. Beach.
i r I. The losses were the first this season for the Music Men who for a tournament national spokesman from Palm Bay said plans call
had run through the league season and the District's tournament in Daytona next year, with the
top two teams from Florida qualifying to nationals.

I ;Tornado Grapplers Lose Twice

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Bradford High's Tornado wrestlers Tommy Powell and Greg Thornton ._.
had to give away five weight classes: won by pins In JV action. (
by forfeit to Buchholz last Friday and ( ) )
then three more to Baker County Buchholz 61 BUS 9 (Ha).n.., T.n. hair, III. M...<(..) ....A.
Tuesday night and lost both road matches 7..411 Fla. _i (..)A.M.0.N1.14r, ,...
The Tornadoes had to spot the host 1.(as)4W. Hinlilpll. tt14..1-(to)Aw b*
In the first week of wrestling 4155741 W.--14t .
competition. Bobcats 30 points with forfeits in the *<.hrtriti,.*.1-I..).Film fcttM.,...'Is,?.OM4 tokv
five weight classes and that was just (to) fl.McCtannM lUl 1 Ml- .
The Tornadoes -.1..1.
are out of action for ) RIM MUM/
1"h 10.0-_._....... ..
the Christmas break before coining way too much to overcome againstone --I. (" --..4.._IN

back for the home opener Tuesday, of the better AAA teams in the -VOTMin ,"._((f.)_......_.... II*
Jan. 6, against Ocala Vanguard. area. T.4Yw.I(MO)fH,OIMM 4iM|III.T5.sill)AM1.
Ofttoy 4,44 ttaw{.*).h.17.5.1 IM ON." 1980-81 Junior Varsity Basketball Team
Saucer and ...
Larry Green 1.--)
Billy provided -
Baker 56 BUS 9 the Bradford High's JV basketball team 1st first row. left to
only points for the Tor- Back I.
row; to r., Coach Rick
Stephens Tom
nadoes, with Jmlili.b4l.iMH right: Doug Glover Greg Tyson, Mark Pierce Chock Grit- Powell,
The Saucer Steve
Wildcats 140-pounder
strong took wins In pinning Marshall Melvin
----1---! ( ) fin, Larry Long and Lee Handle D.J.' Rlddlck. Dennis
every match but two to claim the dual his man at 3:68: of the second 411. ..._* Iw5.415.1.._MI.MI III Oww Davis. Dunlap Andrew Strickland, and Blaine Dyal.
match Tuesday night in Macclenny, period and Green earning. an 11-6 (-) 4W. t. n4. 11-41. 111. MMtw ((5.41) ,..
114 pounder Billy Green and decision at 114. L..N 14-11 te.4((5.41)).... MdMtW !>-*) IM-
Saucer, a 140 pounder who moved Larry Tom Pierce also won by pin at 100 W 54.5.4_>,.(.Sod)fU Cllium.... 15..w..,(an)H... tornadop"s
up > 147.Mm in(todl)pto to.4.1....1 I,", '1'1 Now Off For Christmas BreakThe
to 147 for the match, both remained but he was ineligible and wrestling --1. ( )___M
unbeaten only exhibition. In JV matches dIA..IMI.M..a '17'-1-1( ).H.* ..
with their second wins in Greg MiClmnin liltmn
.... .
Thornton and Curtis 224.5..5.1.- ......... 55.5.1.M 1.4.5..
two matches. Green pinned his man Jones came up A..t< "(INS T. toditota T114. Baby Tornadoes took It on the
in 1:51 and Saucer with easy wins as the teams four .. \ 88-27 win last Friday night in Mac six baskets all
overcame his big- split anM(to )to .tax) ni... TS..a1 chin twice more last week, falling to game long.
ger opponent 13-8. junior varsity bouts. (1-) M. *._ (M.wt), I... '.I- Baker.County and Palatka by clenny. Mark Pierce had six points and
(Ml)4W.OnM*4|IMMUM MM big
( )4W.5.441 11.1. Blaine
Dyal five for the
margins in the last two games before The going got rougher for the Brad nadoes. Baby Tor-

the Christmas break. ford High team as the game wore on, .
The BHS sophomore-freshman unit with Baker piling on 27 points In the P.10h. 26"2929 lote4M.rd '
doesn't play again until Friday Jan. second period and 30 In the fourth 1111 6 t r

9, when to Live Oak. while BHS was managing to hit just 5..5.14. II 4 11 I .11'. M M 27541..C.

Palatka 101 BUS JV 39 oCII

v The JV Panthers poured it on with
fullcourt pressure and the fastbreak
from start to finish, a tactic thought of Dr. Manuel Maralit
as unsportsmanlike by some
onlookers, but done to ring up 100
points and the visitors did just that, General! PracticeAnnounces
hitting the century mark with 36
seconds to go in this Tuesday night
game. the New Hoursof

Tom Johnson led the BHS junior
r varsity In the scoring column with 10 His Offices
Yl points and on the boards while Dennis
Dunlap and Mark Pierce added nine

points and Doug Glover hit 6. Keystone Heights Nightingale St.., 473-4712

Baker 88 BUS JV 27 9-12 Mon. thru Frl. except Wed..

Dennis Dunlap canned seven points Stark 142 W. Call 964-8206
and claimed 7 rebounds and big Tom
1-5 Mon. thru
Johnson also hit for seven points but Fri. except Wed.
Baker County's JV had too much for

the Baby Tornadoes and recorded an We accept Medicaid Medicare and most Medical plans

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a 1, SSO-SOOMon-Tlmri,
r t 8 30-6 00 Friday
8 SOS'50 Saturday

This Year's Tornado WrestlersThe

1980-81 BUS wrestling team is. front row left Wright:
JV's Greg Thornton, Tommy Powell, Randy Balkcomb,
Brian Davis, Neal Coleman, Curtis Jones, and David Roland Coleman, John Powell, Tom Pierce Michael
Moore. 2nd row, (vanity) left to right: Jeff Belcher, McDuffie, Billy Green Larry Saucer. Back row, left to
right: Tommy Hilliard. Stanley Clark. Kevin Randolph,
Kenneth Bright, and Eric McClenagan. r
ram the r JM I'4 t
BIIS Girls Fall to 3-4 OOp10Wh Carol 'r

(from pg. 10A> Youth

14 points as the Lady 'Cats clawed to s r.l

leads of 22-12 and 36-19 after the se- Basketball
cond and third periods.
Jackson was virtually all of Brad
ford's offense with no other girl hit- AM1AfFN Z
ting more than one basket. 7-10 League: game last Wednesday.

The Sonics and Roy Shane Jackson led all scorers aTERlOYORTA6ILRUNDTAMILE
__,'1Ie I II 5 II Mnrftoni the Knicks were with 8 markers for the Rockets. x49995
t I a !, first-day winners as the Starke $359t 6ENEIIAL
k (II) till .
OMi l<,....4*. Recreation Department's N..1,41' CrtHn t-4 TYPEWRITER N
.ra *...., ton....t, ...., I ...t,4V*. 1...4. Basketball League got underway Junior with --I.|I4Itoy. BMH Jmitmmm..0.1.11 l tmnOf I.: ELECT (.bowl)
Hmliwwi 55.15. JuJiim M W X. IWIU I ,
** > 7-10 old $3499
year last
W811-" 4''1'. TIAMi t.4S +t 91 play Wednesday.Sonics Knicks 24. Nuggets 12 IC

,. Willis Chandler poured home 18 Ktt/rtH AC/DC AM/f5. DIGITAL
nil 4 6 T t* .ft II Rockets 10 OT) 111 POHTMLE RADIO CLOCK RADIO
II II 144 M Bill Hamilton, his team's points as the Knicks doubled the score aZ W/WEATHER (5.b.) "
-, ton I 4-4>. Miry 5.4>0.Mm leading on the Nuggets last Wednesday. 1 '
---- I t-1 I. J.IH.K.(.11 a, MMta. I T"l scorer with 7 points, hit the first end 3999 $3999
w,.,_i 4-4 I. TIAM ii,.i.,ft.ft. of a one-and-one to send the Sonics "RECLINA.ROCKeR" ,.
55.5.-1. 6,M. past the Rockets 11-10 in an overtime --1.Kk4((14)( WM4> > ." I*.PWf.C IM,'I.


Special Ways to COLOR TABLE TV r
Say Slmutowtf TORN Solid Walnut lat. finish ,,

Merry ChristmasMerle $43995Maim u

Norman's uniquely I''I V\'p f"**

designed Christmas gifts.

Travel sets for women and CotonM Dun CaMiMW4VOUN / Irna.
men. Bathworks gifts to CABINET 104MM CAIIIHT ) .-)

soothe away stress and $25925 .35925 and Mirror Y M.

raise spirits.Paceworks _... _
to delight with themagic e $9995

I ofmakeup
to care for

her plexion.Fragrance com. $13995 \


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luxuries .. 1141 $3499
she'll adore $3999 ,.:, -

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( womanprizes a 5.41117 AOf1110NAL ITEMS

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find them now + LEE

at Merle Norman.Gifts 1ss

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mERLE 'noRmAn''S8.50..S22.50.

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AFSCME State Bargainers Agree on fil.' '!.,.,),.' I.'.,StBrfSSfl&C : ..:, ,.'- lIP _.' I :;.,...J...... '

Christmas Decorations. ,_ *

$12,613 Starting Pay for Prison Guardsby ee Ornaments 1 s S1if

l/na.sa tacl tam "
The proposed raises are subject 1 to .
Denonn the Department of Corrections providing, dental. optical and 7 U.e'ullteDUl for
BCT SWff WriterA approval by AFSCME local spokesman David Skipper, told this .?
unions around the state and final prescription drugs, correction of
approval .
tentative agreement has been rests with the Florida paper in there the are state.4,180 correctional officers geographical pay differential,correcting i Christmas RAo !.,
reached on a salary Increase for cor- Legislature inequities In wage rates, double
rectional officers at AFSCME stated that a number of pay for holidays worked,full 26 weeks .. Stocking stuffers **. And Up
bargaining sessions with the state,according Spears pay status for compensatory leave
to Agreement was reached that officers other items have been proposed by' broaden tuition refund '
Spears, president of program, a
will receive uniform AFSCME but an agreement has not l'6Cun"HahdmadeGun $
local 2848 with salary & a $175 bonafide promotional program !o
posal amounting to$15 million dollars allowance annually and $50 shoe been reached on the following: incen- uniform allowance and uniforms In- "

in revenue allowance annually. tive pay, hazardous duty pay, cost of signia which corresponds with other ;p J ...... .Cabinet. ..............i/Ii/
Representatives of the Department living allowances. longevity pay' law enforcement personnel, correc- .
of Corrections through its chief Spears merging of the Correctional Council tional officers permitted to carry tl, '" o 100'a, ol Items to choose Iran *- .
representative and representatives of pointed out that II'state with Law Enforcement Council which weapons to protect their families, '' ....... ........ .
troopers receive
AFSCME (American Federation of an increase In is a legislative requirement, shin dif priority on recruitment to alleviate /, J "JONESCRAFT O,.
State County, and salary, the salary of correctional of- y '
Municipal ferential pay (10 percent, second understaffing, six-month probationary ,
Employees) have been meeting in ficers will. receive equivalent In- shift, 15 percent night shift), state to period regardless of compulsory SHOP .
Tallahassee since last Oct: 15 and crease also.Current pickup balance of hospitalization program training and an affirmative .','
reached agreement Monday Dec. IS, paid employee life Insurance action program. ;3 ;. E. Call St. 964-7633
that starting salary of correctional of- starting salary of correc-' Increase in on-call pay, increase In Attorney General Jim Smith met 0. Open Christmas Eve lie i
ficerrs will be increased to $12,613, tional offclers is approximately mileage allowance and per diem recently with the statewide correc- _1i.'L.Ji' .. '
the same as state troopers. 9900. union, administered health program tional officers council. Smith assured ) ... '
the group that state officials and DOC {Q' V.' ''''f lf j, !Q
Secretary Louie L.Wainwright would,"
work with correctional officers.

I No Special Legislative Session Will Be Called

On Correctional Officer Pay. ., Graham SaysGov. .,

Bob Graham told a delegation state. change." .
Tuesday Dec. 16,that there will be no She stated the organization wants Nettles pointed out the concerned GIVE
special legislative session to consider other benefits for the workers as well, citizens was founded two months ago
better pay and benefits for state correctional including better training standards, after the murder of Correctional Officer '
employees.The newer equipment even new Jim Burke of Orange Park .at
governor promised 40 friends uniforms. Florida State Prison.
and relatives of state prison workers' Ultimately, the Inmates and their "Time is of essence" Nettles says.'
that higher pay, as well as better families will benefit most from this," "We are experiencing a critical situation a
training standards, for correctional Nettles says. "Because as Im- that needs to be corrected before
personnel will be one of his top three provements are made,,attitudes will there Is perhaps more loss of life." D
priorities when the Legislature beginsits

Graham annual 60-day called session on the next Concerned_ April. FFA Officers Attend Area Leadership SchoolThe FOR CHRISTMAS

Citizens for Correctional Officers. Lori Allen, Rhonda Hinson. and Susie
Bradford FFA Officers attended -
Inc. to take it themselves to
Welch. Election will be next
the Area School October
Leadership -
make sure that each of Florida's 100 week.
29 at Kirby Smith Elementary
legislators personally visits a correc- hold
On October 30 the Chapter will
School In Gainesville.
tional facility between now and the its annuall Halloween Hayride at the
The officers Randy'Merritt FROM
attending were:
legislative session to see for school farm. We are expecting 50) to
Rehber Luke
,Bruce ,Randy ,
themselves what the problems are in #
Lorrie Chappell Robbie May, Eddie
those Institutions.
FFA'er of the Month is Mark!
Rai'ord resident Martha Nettles, Barnes Teresa Griffls, Sheila. Starl-
Williams. Mark is a senior at Brad-
president Of the CCCO group ing and Mark Williams. ford High, and holds the State YOUR fl
presented the group's story to Gov. Five young ladies are contestantsfor Farmer's Degree. He recently built
Graham and Attorney General Jim FFA Chapter Sweetheart. They and erected an educational exhibit on
Smith,.chairman of the Governor's are Lorrie Chappell, Teresa Criffis, FFA for the Jacksonville Fair.
advisory board on the Department of TG&Y
Corrections. .
"If you could do this thing, It wouldbe Car Turnseft-16 6 + 1 ...... .... ..., . .... ..., .. '
Truck. -
the most positive thing, you.,ac-_ Stopped : .... -,-...., !t
complUhed to achieve'your goal* bet- Hit In Rear Into Collision '
ween now and the session,' Graham ;,..
$200 damage was recorded when a
says. compact car struck the rear of a 4" Potssaa
No injured In two-car
A petition with'7,000 names'on it one was a
called for a special session to address pickup truck with no one Injured mishap with $250 damage Wednes-
Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 4 at the
exclusively the needs and problems of p.m. day, Nov. 5, at 4:25 p.m. on SR-lOOat
Intersection of CR-100A at US 301 in
Laura Street in Starke when
state correctional employees. one car
"We plan to carry our organization Starke. turned in front of the other one.
Police records show
a 1964 GMC
Police records show Pontiac
throughout the state to make the a 1980
silent of the pickup truck operated by Joe Louis sedan operated by Dwayne Bruce
majority aware problemsthat
plague the Department of Corrections Archer,31.of Gainesville was stoppedat 'Carlton 21. of Rt. 3. Box 401, Starke, j jEa.
the stop sign, when a 1971
/ Nettles says. Her husband sedan'driven was southbound on SR-1OO and a 1972
Is a Correctional Officer at Union Correctional Volkswagen by James Chevrolet sedan, driven by Eva Mae
Standfonl Dukes,29,of Starke,ran Into -
Institution and her son Is an Thomas, 86, of Starke was northbound
officer at the Brevard Correctional the rear of the pickup truck on SR-100 and turned l left In .
Institution.. No' citations were Issued by front of Carlton's car. Carlton then
Patrolman W.K. Mcintire after he struck Thomas' In the left front of
Nettles pointed out that a top priority car
of the group is to raise salaries for cident.conducted an Investigation of the ac- that car with the left side. ..
prison workers to parity with other No citations were issued by
law enforcement personnel In the Patrolman W. K. McIntire after he
conducted an Investigation.

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Custom Built Modern Homos Now for only 25"* per sq. f ft.

:' These Homes Qualify For:


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IJOHN ;,.BROWN ,HOME +CENTER' '' ,:,'wJYIYUrnC..(! ( [-B(3'ir.3. ( ]. l', '.t .

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purchase excluding clgar.".. purchase eluding cigarettes purchase excluding cigarettes
limit 1 with $7.SO or more purchos.xcl. clgl.


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THRIFT MAID CUT SWRIT".-69cJuice -CAN, 99' 12.PACK... 1
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JuiceTROPICAL. . 99c .
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Page 4B December 18, 11188

: Dream. Girl ,P geaiU.Set .Jnn., 31,:Entries. Being Accepted Now

BC Property Appraiser U\. ,,.. '. .,. 41\! !Ii ii' I.r"6.' \ ?
< ,!h* entry1 fee1 ii rJM reli.,Contestants -
The 1981 Dream Girl Pageant I Is set Applications may be picked up at A $25:
at the National Guard the Bradford may have a'sponsor or pay
Jan. 31 Armoryat Norman's Produce.or ,
720 Edwards Road in Starke. County Telegraph. the entry' fee ,Sponsors
Addresses Realtor 2Wtg. Sponsor of the pageant this year is Age Divisions in the Dream Girl names will be announcedt." .*' ,t the
the Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Deb;a Nor'man Pageant are: pageant. Is Jan.20. Entry
Is pageaht coordinator Assistant "Tiny Dream Boy, ages 3-6. Deadline for
Director is Bill Wilson. I Tiny Dream Girl, ages 3-6. fee, forms,and ,a receglphoto
Entries are being accepted now. Little Miss Dream Girl, ages 710. must be turned in. ;, 'I.." ,
Effects of the newly enacted The property appraiser outlined Contact Mrs. Norman,Rt.2 Box 2705 Junior Miss Dream Girl, ages ":' / .." '
homestead exemption laws and several specialized exemptions for or phone 964-6849. or phone Mrs. Joan 11-15. ., ,
millage rates were explained to the the handicapped- $500 exemptionfor ''' ': r".., ,
Carter at 964- 163 or 782-3577 after 5 'Miss Dream Girl, ages 16-21. flA I' '
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors, the disabled and a$500 exemptionfor p.m. Talent Winner, open to anyone. V",i,r"J.,1: :
Inc. by Property Appraiser Jimmy the blind. He also went over the
Alvarez at a Nov. 20 meeting. complete exemption granted totally I\, V': 1..1\1' ;. ,
Introducing Bradford County Property disabled persons with either service .. .I'[ ;' '7" c,
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez as connected conditions or civilian ," ,,'. ,il"11'
the Youngest and best county land disabilities. As explained by Alvarez, LEVTSACTION 1.. .*.i
appraiser in Florida" was Cecelia these are special cases covered under
rerwlllegar, president of the certain specific sections of Florida SLACKS. ,1::> :. .
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors, law covering levels of income and :;.

Inc.Alvarez disabilities. .J "
was the key-note speakerat Jimmy Alvarez reported to the
the meeting at the Garden group that the total millage rate for 71t.
Restaurant In Starke. Bradford County had been let at Perhaps the most comfortable slacks a man can wear.
The property appraiser said that 13.891 mills for the portion of the county President f r'
for 1980, homestead exemption for covered by the Suwannee River Designate. .
school levies would be at $25,000 and Water Management District and Ulllan Pearson will. be Installed as .: ,
for all other levies would be at$15,000. 13.786 mills for the eastern portion of president of the B-U Realtors Inc. ata *n .[
Alvarez stated in 1981 the exemption the county covered by the St.Johns Dec 19 meeting at the Starke Golf. ..... '
would remain the same for school Water Management District. Country Club.Highlighting. Comfortable belt
levies but go to $20,000 for all other The millage rate is broken down as looped model. 1 f
levies and In that category would go follows: 4.879 mills for the General .
to$25,000 in 1982. Fund .841 for the Bradford County the evening was Janet 1 1,7'
Alvarez stated that in order for a Hospital, .918 mills for the Transportation Starling with a presentation of '
person to qualify for homestead exemption and Road Department,2.249 for Wilderness Log Homes. t \1rx "I ,
several documents would the Fine and Forfeiture Fund- totalof .
have to be presented when filing. 8.887 mills. District (Bradford Members and special guests t'
First of all, the filer would have to County) school millage had been set recognized included Jack Courtney, / '..
show whose Col. and Mrs.Toole, Dr.and Mrs. Bill : : '
name the property was in at 4.804 with the Suwannee Water r''i
on January 1. the correct street ad- District set at 0.200 mills and the St. Linnon, Valeria Shufford, Mr. and .-' )
dress, proof of residency Florida Johns Water District at 0.095 mills. Mrs. Jimmy Alvarez, Mike Cravey, .'. ( C.: I :t,>
drivers license Florida auto tags, Congratulating the 13 realtors and and Michael R.Mann of Orange Park. I _.1 __ ... .., ;.
and if the applicant was, In fact,.living associates who completed '
in the dwelling on January 1. "Orientation Day" given by herself. ,
J.J. Wolbert and Gene Reese of The 1981 slate of officers will be ,
Keystone was Venue Odom. The sworn In next FridayDec. 19, at a din- \. ,.,, ': St retoliv.iisiKiiu.l '
r held at the Inn In ner meeting to be held at the Starke .
course Holiday
Starke saw all of 13 participants Golf and Country Club. Mrs. Lillian High quality stretch ,,',lies \\ ith \uni.
3 qualify for the pins to be given out at Pearson will head the B-U Board of fabric moves \lien ,
the December meeting. Realtors in 1981. you move. .

\ Local Resident Remarks: flf' / :

I ?, ., \" l \\I \' Ctll'1 .

Millions Spent Annually For Inmate Care '& ..".I, ,' \. '* ,.::... .\ \mi.\ 1"lil'l'i.1Ih.lhk'l'/ .'"f::,' .

\ '
Editor: '' Did you know that from the momentan Did you know that it takes $16,000 : '\ .:
inmate enters the Florida prison plus per year to keep on Inmate? i '
system, millions of tax payer dollars That's $84,000 for four. How many .
are spent annually to insure and families had that amount spent on 'f.' .
guarantee him certain rights? More them last year,or for that matter how .. .I. ,..
rights than I could possibly list. many families earned that amount \ / / \ ,.
Did you know that thousands of tax- Did you know that the starting pay -'.""I'' '
payer dollars are spent each year for for a correctional officer Is just over '.." &t ""
attorneys to file suit on behalf of any $10,000 per year,and not much higherfor I '
Inmate who thinks that these rights the rest? : ,, -.
r t have been violated? How many people Did you know that the largest '#' .' '
In Floirda had that guarantee last percentage of the inmate populationwill The wordLcvl'.*" !I. a r.aatarsdof "
year? return to the system again and trademark L'vl 8tr"us' S Co, .
Did you know that the Federal again after being released while the San Francisco CA C 1B8O L'vl _.
Government guarantees an Inmate a average correctional officer will quit Strain a Co. ..-
certain size cell? A certain number of before the first year? (Is It any OUAUTV NEVER 00Ea OUT CF rivia
calories per meal and three meals a wonder I)
4 day?How many people in Florida had Did you know this or are you like
that guarantee last year? me,AMAZED at what our legislators, -J"I" tump's De at. Store
.'...oJ Did you know that the averaie'III"mate '"t;""" : ;'. :Land-ouanwnJndit 9'' ,
from 3 to 10 times last
was seen ferent attitudes have created?
month dentist, technician ---- -, .. .. Gilbert FOpen
by a ;-nurse-- R.S.
I.i and more times than not, by a doctor? Box 277 til 8 PM Bradford Sq. Shopping enter Open H 6 pM Christmas Eve
I.I Or that last year hundreds of Hampton
thousands of taxpayer dollars were --
:T spent on prescription medicine.
G Again, how many families had that
luxury? !

e Chitty CompletesSales HARDEE'S GUN SHOP

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Managers'Intermediate -

F... SchoolKenneth 78 WTfe'3547A and Taxidermy Hwy 301 4 Mi. N. of Lawtey .k

.. D. Chitty recently attended ,.y*? vv\\
a Sales Managers' Intermediate
School which was conducted at the
ii Home Office of Liberty National Life
Insurance Company In Birmingham, eHRISTMAS
primary objectives of the
Garden Visitor school are to Increase knowledge and For The Hunter -
to develop skills in the functions of life
:E: This five-foot long rattlesnake was. insurance sales management. "I,,,
Z killed by Ernie Newsome In the The school Is part of a one-year in- We have a large Reg. 352.00 rla I/ J ..frvlsa.s ... -;;
:: driveway of his SR-100 home, headed termediate sales management SALE 264.00
:_ for his wife's flower bed. Newsome ,
development! program in which he Is 742 All Cal-
g got back with his .419 guage shotgun currently enrolled. The remainder of M I M
f before the snake got to the flower bed.KNrwsome the course consists of a self-study correspondence K Reg. 309.95 'I.l.. ... Chooge from'ik -
: : killed 7 rattlers In the course administered by SALE2S2.4G': u i
5 flower bed last. year. Ills wife Bertha. Liberty National's Management d rr'sfd 760 All Cal. I IRerT1ia9e ': .:.:....
:3 almost stepped on one. Training Department.Mr. gGt3# tie '.!\I rr
y New ome lives halfway between Chitty is a Sales Manager In '
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oJ .
-SUrke and Keystone Height Liberty National's Gainesville office. Old Timer, Carrtllua, G-M ;) -- Wine \

.. NoormarK. Smith a Weeaory NYLON 66 MB W/SCOpe. 83.95 a "0/
e s a a 4 0 'Marlin .
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Em mzA ;.Mu 1 w':=r!"It rt; 2590:t B.B. GUNS off. Browni H&R ing.

Buy One Get Ono FREE

With This Coupon In or Carry Out Z41&; Colt Pjthon 369". '. $KB
I f 4" Barrel on aI
Offer Good thro Stevens
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Dec. 31, 1930i .0 A good

an\. 2501 ofd ':', selection

; of ,Long Guns :: :

on all Tlmexwatches- except Browning

PerF.imdy -
On1v 301 S. Starke 964.6877 .v
in stock.

HOW SERY1NS BREAKFAST at LITTLE ITALY S,copes Bring your deer here

7 a.m. 11 a.m. We have that .

SPECIAL 4, In stock d to be weighed. hard to find .

Sausage Gravy Homemade Biscuits 2 Eggs,Grits,Slced FREE, pistol to be given away .
Tomatoes ft Strawberry preserves '1** g_ By Bushnell, Weaver, AMMO
or Apple Butter. to largest deer killed at end
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'Briefs I
: '. ,' rx' BCSD records show the truck was'
on Ellington Road .9 of a mile iouth of Car Backlit /.'. recovered recently in the parking lot
Woman ArrestedFor UC Home Burglarized, Starke. .' Officer Scalded '? ;,of a motel In Montgomery Alabama.The .
ShopliftingA 4 Arrested in Chase Guy Thomas Hammond, 21, of Into Mishap By FSP Inmate case Is under the investigationof
Starke,was not Injured but damage to Deputy Sheriff Don A. Denton.
Two can were Involved In a mishap
rural Starke Three men and a male Juvenilewere Correctional officer William
woman was arrested the 1979 Ford pickup truck he, was
when backed Into the side of the
for arrested Thursday, Dec. 11, by one scalded with hot
shoplifting from a local grocery was estimated at $2,000. Templin was water
other one Sat., Dec. 13, at 11:34: a.m.
store Gainesville authorities after a scuffle PAM thrown by a Florida State Prison Inmate FSP Officer Hit
supermarket at the Bradford Crawford Jr.,3),of Starke, of
on Cherry Street 45 feet south East
Square Center In and returned to Union County to face according to Vernon Bradford,
Shopping Starke at was not Injured but damage to the Call Street in Starke. In Back of HeadA
4:43 p.m. Sat., Dec. 13 at 4:45 p.m. a burglary charge. 1974 Chevrolet pickup truck he ,was spokesman for the Department of
Lonnie L. Olive 29 of Starke was
Arthur Lee Cobb, 18, of Gainesvillewas officer struck
Police charged Stella S. O'Neal of driving was estimated at 2000. damage Corrections.It correctional was
Rt.1,Box 332.Starke,with shopliftinga charged with three counts of bat- The Ford was northbound and the not injured, but to the 1974 was the second straight day an over the back of the head while
/ Chevrolet sedan that he
package of barettes,2 bottles of soft tery of a law enforcement officer. Chevrolet was southbound, both estimated was drivingwas FSP correctional officer was InvolvedIn delivering packages on a wing at
soap, and four packages of ground! Deputies In Southeast Gainesville vehicles on Ellington Road. Both at$250. Incident on Q-Wing which resultedin Florida State Prison at 11:30 a.m.
Jeff David Prevatt, Jr., 50, of
beef from Winn-Dixie. stopped the pickup truck the quartetwas trucks were In the middle of the road the hospitalization of a correctional Monday. Dec. 15, and was hospitalized -
Lawtey, was not injured but damageto
Patrolman Elton G. Mosher made riding In, after receiving a and collided -with each other due to officer. overnight according to Vernon
the 1977 Ford sedan that he
the arrest after conducting an In- message from the Union County them not being able to see each other was Templin 38, was scalded with hot Bradford Department of Corrections
estimated at $100.
vestigation of the Incident. Sheriff Department.Lt. because of the bushes according to driving was water thrown on the right side of his spokesman.Bradford.
O'Neal posted 160.50 cash bond and D.L. Cochran, chief investigator the Florida Highway Patrol. The Chevrolet was northbound on forehead right side of his face and on stated Ron Davis, 24, of
was released from the Bradford (for the UCSD, identified the others In- Trooper D.C. Roberts did not Issue Cherry Street and the Ford was parked parts of his neck, according to Brad- Raiford, was delivering packages to
backed into
County Jail after being booked on the volved In the case as Derrick Von a citation after conducting an In- In a vacant lot,and up ford.Templin,who has been a correc- inmates on U-Wing at FSP when
side with the
Charles Larry, 18, of Gainesville the of the Chevrolet right tional officer for nine head
charge. vestigation of the collision. months was struck on the back of the by an
John Nathaniel HIlliard, 28, of rear of the Ford striking the taken to Union General Hospital In unknown object
Brooker and a 17-year-old Juvenilewere Chevrolet in the side according to the Lake Butler where he was hospitalized Davis was taken to Union General
Truck Burns charged with burglary accor- Car Skids Starke Police Department. for observation. Hospital Lake Butler where he was
'ding to UCSD records. Patrolman Eston G. Mosher did not Inmate Jack Scott, Jr. has been ac- admitted for observation of a mild
On Country RoadA The case stemmed from when Into Parked TruckA issue any citations after he conductedan cused of burning the prison employee concussion, according to Bradford.He .

pickup truck caught on fire as it deputies became suspicious of the car struck a pickup truck that investigation of the mishap. but has not been charged In the case. was released from the hospital
was being driven on a rural Bradford pickup truck around noon Thursday, was parked Wed., Dec. 10, at 9:13: Scott Is serving a 15-year sentence Tuesday Dec. 16, according to a
County road Friday, Dec. 12, at 2:45: Dec.' 11, when it turned around at p.m. on CR-lt. 30 feet west of Pine Stolen from St.Lucie County for second spokesman for the Lake Butler
Money Bag
two miles west of US-301 on CR-241 and CR-18 In Union County. Street in Starke. degree murder. hospital.Bradford.
M 7.David. Records show the flatbed of the Yvonne Speigner Smith, 46, of From Liquor StoreA told this paper there are

Clyde Harley, 19, of Rt. 2, truck was filled with household Starke was not injured but damage to black male took a money bag Stolen Truck some suspects but no charges have
Box 1808, Starke, was not Injured but possessions and covered with a the 1979 Lincoln sedan she was driving from the clerk at the Bradford Liquor Found in AlabamaA been filed in connection with the inci
damage to his 1978 Dodge pickup blanket from the CR-241 home of was estimated at $400. dent.
Store,Friday Dec.12 at 11:01 p.m.as
truck he was driving was estimated at Charles W. Mills which was later Damage was estimated at$500 to a the clerk closed the store located at pickup truck stolen Nov. 16 of this
$4,000. discovered as burglarized.UCSD truck that was ownedby the Bradford Centerin year from the yard of Bradford Coun-
Square Shopping
The pickup truck was eastbound on records show tire tracks William James Suggs, 31, of Starke.As ty resident was recovered by Mon- Sanders' Home
CR-227 when smoke started coming where the truck turned around mat- Starke. clerk Lydia C.Wolfred of Starkewas tgomery,Alabama authorities according Damaged by Fire
from the front of the vehicle. Harley ched tracks at the house. The Lincoln attempted to stop for a closing the front door of the storea to the Bradford County Sheriff's .
stopped the vehicle aid it started vehicle that was backing up onto the black male ran around the north Department.The Slight damage was reported by the
blazing and burned, according to the roadway and skidded into the pickup corner of the building pushed the 1979 Chevrolet pickup truck Starke Fire Department after they
Florida Highway Patrol. Running Red Light truck that was parked. The Lincoln clerk, grabbed the money bag out of owned by Morris Carter Sr. was were called to put out a fire in the
Trooper D.C. Roberts did not issuea Leads to WreckA then backed up into a driveway and her hand, and ran back around the pilfered from the yard in front of the frame house of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
citation after conducting an Investigation -' then left the scene, according to the building, according to the Starke mobile home of Morris Carter Jr., Sanders. sat W. Madison Street in
of the mishap. van'went through a red light and Starke Police Department.Lt. Police who had borrowed the vehicle, on Rt. Starke, Wednesday Dec. to at 5:20
struck a car Thurs., Dec.: 11, at 8:20: Department report.Lt.
Denton Devoe did not Issue a M.L. listed 2, Box 93A, Starke.
p.m. on US-301 at West Call Street in citation after investigating the the man Sibley in his report a who descriptionof wore a Records show, in addition to the p.m.Fire Chief Bobby Lewis of the
Starke. told thin
Starke Fire Department
mishap. hat with dark clothes. pickup truck a Remington semi-
Driver Avoids Steve Foster Hayes, 25, of Starke'was floppy The man according to Sibley's automatic rifle 22 caliber, and a 12 paper a heater got too hot and caughton
not Injured and there was no also fire.
gauge Remington shotgun were
fled with the bank bag.
Girls on Road damage to his 1977 Dodge van. report, taken. No one was injured.

But Truck FlipsA Kimberly Ann Boyer, 17, of Starke,
was not injured but damage to her Car Struck
pickup truck swerved to miss two 1970 Ford sedan estimated at
girls who ran out into the highway to was On Batten RoadA
chase a rabbit and the truck overturned $400.The Ford was westbound on West car was struck by an unknown hit Call St. [Pill 1rOOW O lXJIDP( [ 964-5890

Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 12:05 p.m. on Call Street when the driver of the and run vehicle Monday, Dec. 15, at '
CR-3251.8 miles south of Hampton. Dodge van failed to obey a red light 1:30: a.m.on SR-100 and Batten Road,
Rickey Arnold- Gardner 16, of while southbound on US-301. The 4.8 miles south of Starke. .... we will be open Monday Dec. 22 C'1" '""

Hampton was not Injured but Dodge struck the right side of the Vaughn Lee Wall 119, of Lake .. For Christmas ,\, '; ":
damage to the 1980 Ford pickup truck Ford.The van left 12 inches of skid Geneva, was not Injured but damageto '.:: r'
he was driving was estimated at marks before the collision, accordingto the 1973 Lincoln he was driving was :.J ",?

12,500. the Starke Police Department. estimated at$730. / .
The two girls Joan Seville, 18, and Patrolman Wayne K. Mcintire did The Lincoln was traveling south on COOKIESz:
Linda Seville, 17. of.Hampton were not issue a citation after investigatingthe SR-100. The unknown vehicle was CAKES & CUPCAKES
(Plain & Fancyl]
not injured. accident. traveling west on Batten Road and "
The pickup truck was traveling failed to stop for a stop sign. The EVen springertes & Pfeffernuew Fruitcakes, no citron or peels.
w south on CR-325. The two girls ran out unknown vehicle ran across SR-100 In-
in front of the truck after a rabbit. to the left side of the car and left the i Yes We Bake Them in Our Store on Call St.

The truck skidded off the pavement to Bushes Block View, scene, according to the Florida -
1 the right and overturned according Collision ResultsTwo Highway Patrol.
l to the Florida Highway Patrol. Trooper K.G. Etheridge did not .
.Stollen Full of Fruit & Nuts
The mishap was investigated by pickup trucks collided on a dirt Issue a citation after investigating the. .
t Trooper K.G. Etheridge who. did not road after they were not able to see mishap. *. cookie assortments for Gift Giving
issue a citation. each other because of a clump of
bushes Friday Dec. 12, at 1:15 p.m.

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Remembering Dec. 7 1940
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December 7, 1980 Albert Lee Sunday saw a gathering of old 124th Infantry Division when It was
Crosby remembered what had hap- soldiers at the National Guard Armory activated, Al K. Carlisle, said "We
pened 39 years ago in Hawaii and told on Edward's Road in Starke to were a lot different then than you are
the 631st Maintenance Company, mark the 40th anniversary of the now In equipment. cryptographic
Florida Army National Guard that mobilization of the Guard during 1940. equipment was a book about the size
"Strength lies In God your country, Only man present who had been of an annual." ,
with the Starke unit, the old Headquarters activated Cor- I I
and your fellow man to do what you Carlisle was as a (
need to do." Company Second Battalion, poral, having Joined-up in 1938. He
retired from the Army Signal Corp in
1969 with the rank of Lt. Colonel
Telling the assembled guardsmen
of the ties of the local unit to the Bradford t
,. and Union County areas was SFC
James F. Bloodworth. He said many
of their brothers, fathers, and grandfathers -
had been In the guard in the

past. '
LJ "We are the militia" stated Blood- _
worth. 1i
In 1939, the United States was
number 17 in military power, and
doubled the size of the standing army ._ *-"". rReceiving """" "

by mobilizing the National Guard in Their Medals... : to recipients SFC Wayne Hall
h 1940 for a one year tour December 7, Presenting the Florida Service unit.'M" SP6 James McCarthy, Sgt Den- :z I
1941 the of
saw discharges many men Cuban Refugee Operation are ( Watlerson.
cut short as war was declared.
Today's Guardsman in the Starke Rln/wtufnrrtv In ferlHrMUnnff.______.,. the___ -.-
p ] tgntulu Iar- I K unit will more likely,carry a toolboxto asked that if anyone had pictures or

_____________ fix a truck rather than a rifle. He other material that dealt with the --
ttatttnrEXj: DEATHS OVER ui Of will fill a supply requisition rather history of the local unit to bring them A to Z Pawn ShopWONTS
Q tar than take the high ground. by the unit so that they can be added _
otlolulu OAHU. LATEST HEPf
to the material already on hand.
Tono Aasmisi3s;f sra' The member, when activated, will
_.. "'''''' '.00.- assist In the relocation of Cuban
,-. .0. .... refugees, or the delivery of gasolinein 'IJ
south Florida '. ; :
Sunday saw the awarding of.the bold Class Rings .Wedding Bands
Florida Service Medal to SFC Wayne ,
Hall SFC Rudolph Hutcheson SFC
lf1 t W. Call St|
Freddy Watterson, SSG Terry Highest Prices Paid
Hardee and SP6 James McCarthy for 004-8348 ,

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Jean Brown Allen Mrs. Essie M. Johnson Packs plus Vf A

Mrs. Jean Brown Allen, 48, of Mrs. Essie Minton Johnson, age 80, C5
Melrose died Thursday, Dec. 11, at of Hampton, died at her home ,
her home. Wednesday morning following a long
Born In Melrose, Mass., Mrs. Allen Illness. -
had lived in Gainesville before moving Born in Putnam County, Fla., Mrs.
to Melrose, Fla.,26 years ago.She Johnson had lived in the Hamptonarea : '
was a librarian at the Melrose Public for over 56 years and was a
Library, and also a volunteer member of Hampton Baptist Church. 0 : \
secretary and organist at the Trinity She was retired as a cottage super- : : ,,
Episcopal Church in Melrose. visor from the Sunland Training
Survivors include: her husband Center in Gainesville..
Edward Allen, Melrose; one
daughter,Cindy Giles Lakeland; one Survivors include: her husband, wocrow- t G
brother, Raymond Dean Brown, Daniel W. Johnson; four daughters
Kissimmee, and her mother Norma Mrs. Mary Lee Allen, Mrs. Dorothy A.ssve t.00 PROCTOR8ILEXO OQ A.IWV.1.00 S-DK1IT ELECTRONIC' A OO
Allen Lakeland Williams, Mrs. Frances Broome and ELECTRIC JU$CER_..WASJWT_... I I.CSC .CALCULATOR-WA3)sass.-, Mrs. June Haddock all of Hampton ..see.J.OO CAPRICEAM/FM M An
Funeral services were held at 10:00: ; S.save LOO PROCTOR-8ILEX
a.m. Saturday Dec. 13, at Trinity one sister Mrs. Myrtice Crim Hampton 10-CUP COFFEEMAKERWASJM*: iO.Usun C :
Episcopal Church Melrose with Rev. ; 15 grandchildren; and 22 great onr/13.88 CLOCK RAOK>. .WAS; ._.27.88
Bill Poppell and Rev Fred Yerkes grandchildren. With*.00 hoolo RtfwM. O MV 1.00 TELE-SPORTS MINI TV
conducting the services. Williams- Funeral services will be held at 3:00: C.save LOO GENERAL ELECTRIC DAME, Siudi/Whaw.WAS 1JW8.?.lt.DO MADAPTER.
Thomas Funeral Home, Gainesville p.m. Friday, Dec. 19,in the DeWitt C. STEAM a DRY IRON.WAS 95.11 3.88 TWILL tU1COATCLASSIC JACKET WOOL BLEND BOV"I.TUDeNTS'UATHIR.LIK.
were in charge of arrangements Jones Chapel with Rev. Mark J. 5.88FOOTBALL POPLIN JACKET PVC CPO JACKETS SHIRTS OR JEANS
In lieu of flowers those who wish Brown, pastor of Hampton Baptist D.S000ONANIPUATMIQ 5.88 C. BBV.IOS ELECTRONIC xi.18.88 9.88 9.88
may make contributions to the Church officiating Interment will be SHOWER HEAD.WA5 OAMB.?._ } f-T16.8J 8p 7.88 ..
Melrose Public Library. in the family plot in Kingsley Lake L Sse LOB TURBO DRYER40 OQ P. a VS 800 0-BAND RADIO,A WlRa dada "WASWeSoo a.M.L.XL MENS ..,a WERE' UP 70....
Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones TYLER. 1400 WATT.F. ..WAB JlMTll A.O ] PoNOaweeuer/Mrorsll.WAB x19.88 N.pis pHs( a quilt w,_ vinyl look.a Sues wirml' Nylon' '
Robert E. Dumond Funeral Home in charge of arrangements O.Nee 140 DORCHESTER STEREO d to Hrwd with _.Hk..lMlh rl'Full' Nn. yoke I front PtOid W.em denim
TIMEX ALARM CLOCK..___.. 5.88 RECORD PLAYER...WAS .,....39.88 /.dltmol.S-XL. ts pocI kw.."XL pocK.I.' eSori piOida. 11..0 I..... 115.30.4-so' ,
Robert E. Dumond, 65, of Half
Moon Lake died at his residence Sun ALARM CLOCK.__ ._" 6.83 rXASHCUBE EXTENDER......??...,,... O.O< >! y,. : i 1
day morning Dec. 13, following a !

brief illness. ", &\Vq1lq\Vll& H.drwn i .
Born in Springfield, Mass., Sept 21, y. 1.
1915 Mr.Dumond moved here 6 years
ago from Jacksonville. He was a FLA. THEATREStarke
retired construction foreman;a Coast
Guard veteran of WWII, a member of 964-5451
the St. Williams Catholic Church, atCO
member of the Knights of Columbus Rt
Council 41951 of Jacksonvile member CHEVYand BENJIIn
of the Carpenters Local 627, JUMBO 26" ROLL CHRISTMAS
the killer I .
Jacksonville and a member of the comedy GIFT WRAP -.
Elks Lodge 01802 of Starke. of the summer! Al lr OUR DISCOUNT. I
Survivors include: his wife, PKICI 27
Patricia L. Dumond; one daughter r)' A. _10.00 BOYS'a OIfll8'at' It. si 75 PK.CHRISTMAS GIFT TAGS .....N'. SHIRTS FOR QIFTSI VELOUR SHIRTS DRESS SLACKS

Cheryl T. Price, Birmingham, Ala.; 5185 Uahiw.l WITH, air COASTER e.wnhaMo.BRAKES,. OR 12 PK. GIFT FOLDERS YOUR d ;i, '!
one son Roger T. Dumond Jackson- uidiiM nvnoivovrw,mtonMn. -.- OUR ,..CHOK3B: 4.37 6.93
64.83 *
ville; two brothers Raymond Du a .WAS 74.M.B.MV.SJMA.MF -- DISCOUNT 89 .
mond, Boynton Beach and Ernest Du- .HOT SEAT WERIUoeJr'
CHOPPER W/CONTOUR SEAT ELECTRIC TREE TOPS WITH ChooM (long OMV OOMIIO' prlnli' In 100HpolyMlor V.nook In e..1. color' _
mond, Springfield. Mass.; Jour 1 WAS MM.C .._.___38.83 18 OR 21 or *rnrt s/...,.. In wanlwl whllo/ oombo.. rlbb'd Meny by ma.
nraIOM .
sisters, Edna Letendre, Springfield SWr.1.0C HEDSTROM CRICKET Dun --.II. ,poIy/OOlton. Men'._ ..,.,.Irr.O?a.XL. Sane 1Ireg..Ilse.0.III-4.. '
Mass., Ruth Brockway, Lillian Rivest TRICYCLE lor boy*.gktt.WA8. 14.SS 12.83 0411wN-2.97VOUR
and Muriel Ennis all of Agawam,
Mass.; and two grandchildren. :

Funeral mass was held at 10:00) SHOWTIMESFriday
a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17 In the St.
Williams Catholic Church with 7:00-9:00
Father Michael Williams officiating S3t. & Sun. 5-7 -9 .Ii
The Christian Rosary was held at 7:30: i
p.m. Tuesday in the Chapel of DeWittC -
Jones Funeral Home Interment 301 DRIVE IN 1 + I wMAKSp

was! in the family plot in Arlington
Memorial Park Jacksonville, 6821 3 Days ONLY! 1TE1'
Lone Star Road.

John Wayne Booth, 14, of Starke, CHOICE O y.DO.00CtwOM TENIRASCKETS WERE Mt 2.94 TO.94 4.88 :_?eoaas7 12.96 6.88 JEANS
Chad' mlae.l
died Thursday afternoon. Dec. 11, TOfSOXINO OUR DISCOUNT PRICE/ 0 Foldhp eowp.I
near his home on Sterns Road, as the THE TEXAS "... MMto" Tondw OLOVI 5.83 H_ MoniMnl, eriltod i of or"pYa 0 e1 a-w.y hand hNd OUR DISCOUNT PRICE OUR DISCOUNT PRICE
result of accident. LOM. B oy You or 5.88 .
an AN ET8. -- s "'- 100H oonon wtm up'ffsssss &
Mcving to Starke with his family -Oro.rsdfa'N.. .. '1." _IOJM.Mss and ooHm. W_.__ wirMlmlrmr Z.88o.nwlwomlr.: n '" C
three years ago from Milwaukee, I I II PARKER BROTHERS 5-fl3 or wood claw,.top Nb dwaiIna.eML, N.icsI,'Y 53.CIIohln0. j r
Wisconsin, John was a student at MONOfOLr. rs' '"" __
Bradford Middle School and was a P ;'I
member of the Methodist faith I I &QOS1SPO.MELAMINC "

Survivors Include: his parents, Mr. :
and Mrs. Keith Wayne Booth; four ( ,
sisters, Denise Booth and Mrs. June PLUSYou i '
Bednar, both of Starke Gale Booth, ; .
Jacksonville end Clare A. Booth of might justjdte..laughing

Milwaukee, Wise; paternal grandparents + OIL Of'CLAY SEAUTY ;;: ,
LOTION.4 La1w. \
Mr. and Mrs. James Booth :
WM .... 1.276 f '.
Palatka; and a maternal grand- MOTEL NK1HTOF04AV TAELE OTHS
mother, Mrs. Lillian Miller, RAUTV CREAM, f% SIT,Mrvkx tar 4 (|Q *e:WAS>4........ 64x54" NARNESi.o07 oLiPPalts
Wise. :
Milwaukee to I....PMMrM._7.OO COUXMM: .OL WAS.Jrw.'....... 588' /, y >
Funeral services were held at 2:00: POfI MEN 4.. RlOMT OUAMO AMTkPCRBFWMNT. Oia 9 ( wERe
p.m. Monday Dec. 15, in the DeWitt 30FC.FLATWARBBET. WA8M"?...__ 1.99 .. 98. t10K80"wAe T Piacs V V MT 44 1 7
Srowllmy' B 45 ._. Ior4, !NAUNGANAnUv1I ...o WAS ..
C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Don Den- : _.....,..-_7.88 .., M> ,V1Ck8 NY ..-.. Te'Ra.WAaa.er.3AT wpearb' Olpr. i eraursy Ou./11aR..ot.. Lined
ton and Rev. Michael Anderson officiating WASP_..,_.. l.Snf WABi.7rT._.......... 1 0 68 S y-esn sIni .. mw.7.iS. bown-i r lining, es.durey upp.r.,
Burial was in Santa Fe closed: or., ass., : Mew. i o..Ml
Cemetery near Hampton, with :A\Qtl ,.'otojVfNilEr\ : ff; STARKE ,w '
I iJeWilt C. Jones Funeral Home "4MI.. b.fUN..S: OHU, Hgts. : ,;.. .; r/r: )
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December 18. 19110 Page in

BCH Announces 5 InjuredIn treated In the emergency room at

Gainesville MishapA AGH and was released after treat
ment with damage to his Chevroletcar
Starke attorney who lives In he was driving estimated at
) Crackdown of .f Gainesville was injured along with $1,500.

four other people in a traffic accidentat Die McCray 67. passenger in the

11:25: pm. at the Intersection of Chevrolet was listed In fair condition
Overdue Bills Williston Road and SE 2nd. Avenue in after undergoing surgery at AGH.

.- Gainesville.Shon Reginald Lee 11, and an unidentified
I A. Saxon, 30, of Gainesville, a passenger In the McCray car
stttr9 AdmlnUtratot1 Dave Libby of Bradford the accounts were paid in full within local attorney in Starke, was treatedIn were also treated In the emergency
I County Hospital In Starke announced six months.
the emergency room at Alachua room at AGH and released.
Monday,Dec. 1, that his staff The BCH staff has currently set upa General Hospital In Gainesville and The Toyota went through a stop and
will start cracking down on overdue system of a series of letters In- was released after treatment. collided with the Chevrolet according

bills. dicating to the patients that the ac- Damage was estimated to his Toyotaat to the Gainesville Police Department:
Two methods will be used to try to counts need to be paid according to 3500. Saxon was cited by Gainesville

collect the money owed the local Libby. Ernest McCray of Gainesville was Police for running a red light.
hospital. First, the matters will be Libby pointed out it will be sent to a
S. USHERRealtor turned over to a collection agency collection agency if suitable arrangements

Libby says. are not made betweenthe
Libby commented that the hospital patient and the If that Trapping Important Part of Hunting I

496-2126 Lake' Butler has not used small claims court for proves unsuccessful. Libby added the
496-29O3 several years but some of the accounts accounts will then be turned over to

FOR SAU ) will be placed in small claims the collection agency or small claims. Tallahassee-Although/ it is primarily "The other license is a furbearer

*2VI S ACHES.+On SRM3I across. from M.C.Hoi 400 ft.frontage,already surveyed. court, a function of Bradford County court. thought of as a northern activity, license and Is required for persons using -
OWNER FINANCED Court. Libby commented that people of the the harvesting of furbearing animalsIn live traps snares or guns to take
ACRES After the recent board of trustees area have to realize that Bradford Florida Is of some economic value. furbearers for commercial

balance- On IIHl2t. 10 comer property OWNER FINANCI. Aiding% down term meeting Libby explained he told the County Hospital Is a private hospital According to a report from the ," he added. purposes
an negotiable at % INTIRIST.
board they steps will be taken to col- with limited funds from the county. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission No hunting license Is required for
*10 ACRES W/MOBIU HOMI located near SR 2M-A In attractive farming area of lect badly overdue accounts. Those funds are used for the opera- ,some 1,600 licensed Florida trappers children under 15 years of age

Union County. SOME TERM AVAILABll. Hal several hone Nell and tack. room. Has Until recently the hospital staff has tion of the rescue service which is last season sold 54,760 pelts from residents over 65 years of age or
large dog pen. Fenced and cross fenced. S series Improved Feature and S acre. wooded. worked the bills on self-pay and In- based at the hospital.The six: species of furbearers. They residents totally and permanently
surance accounts, Libby explained. received more than $691,000 for their
hospital during the 1980-81 disabled,although a furbearer licenseIs
*13: 20 40 ACRES on MMt-A.: land. After bills worked by the staff efforts.
property vary picturesque w/nlllng Hal are fiscal year will receive $119,000 for required for anyone to sell a pelt.
conk view of area. Property has several .home alto. spots Ideal for ecutlva-type according to Libby a series of the operation of the rescue service. Raccoons topped the list followedby Raccoons, opposum, skunk clvit

home. or .log cabin and woodland homel. OWNER FINANCID. MUST SEE TO ATRf statements are sent to patients and Libby explained that Hill-Burton otter, bobcat, opossum, beaver cat, nutria and beaver may be live-

CIATI. CALl NOW TO Sll. may be marked bill overdue or final funds are available if patients qualifyand and mink. trapped, hunted with dogs and taken

*40 ACRES OH SR241 has paiture and .. OWNER FINANCI. notice. If that fails to bring necessary If these funds are available at the Trapping Is considered primarily a with snares. or guns year-round,
payment the account is turned over. to time the patient is hospitalized.The rural or small town activity which Goodwin said.However .

10. 40 ACRES OH SRIOO. Some pasture and planted.''n... Would make attractlvu a collection agency. hospital board of trustees will provides a source of part-time in- otter bobcat and mink

riameilte. Ideal' for livestock too. OWNER FINANCI. Libby admitted that the hospital hold a meeting Thursday Dec. 18, at come.A may be live-trapped or taken with
has been lax in trying to collect the 10:15 a.m. at which time the publication available from the guns or snares only from Dec. 1

JAN. S. USHEII.IIIALTOI accounts and as a result some attempt Methodist Hospital Foundation, Inc. Commission entitled "Guidelines for through Mar. 1, the biologist noted.
::160 W.Main SI. has been made to work with patients staff Is expected to present an audit of the taking of forbearing animals In Fox may not be killed.

Lake. Butler, Florida with little success. An effort the hospital for the fiscal year ending Florida," outlines the legal methods "The sale of pelts from fur bearers 1

".212' or "".2tD:1: was made to get the patients to agreeon Sept. 30. 1980. Methodist operates the and seasons for harvest of these is carefully regulated by the Commission ,

an amount each month provided hospital for the trustees. animals explained Tom Goodwin, ," Goodwin said "and only :
r chief of the Bureau of Wildlife authorized licensed
trappers may
Resources for the agency. sell to
pelts similarly regulated
"Persons wishing to take furbear- dealers." ,

Ing animals need one of two kinds of Copies of the publication on trapp-

r YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE license"Goodwin said. "The first is a ing may be obtained from any
regular hunting license which Is for regional office of the Commission

those persons attempting to take Hunting and furbearer licenses are
furbearers with Runs or dogs for sporting
Issued from the offices of tax collectors

m iAT purposes. A does not authorizethe and their subagents. Fur dealers
"' OPPORTUNITIES use of traps or other devices or the licenses are available only.through of-
sale of hides for commercial pur- fices of the Commission.



5 Cases Heard in Circuit CourtA : I

busy week of activities ended in prison. He has two previous felony

Bradford County Circuit Court but on- convictions. Judge Green ordered a
ly 3 of the S cases scheduled went to pre-sentence investigation in the
trial Dec. 1-5. case.

The Sun's Classified section Five juries were picked and swornIn Archie Crews 28, of Rt. 1, Box 4.
Shop on Monday Dec. 1. but only three Lawtey was charged with burglaryof

cases actually went to trial. a dwelling, grand theft and buying
Florida State Prison inmate Tyrone receiving and/or aiding in the con-

for Jones, 24. was found guilty Tuesday, cealment of stolen property. As part
every day great shopping values. Dec. 2, of aggravated battery In of plea bargaining Crews pleaded no-

which he grappled with Correctional contest Thursday Dec. 4. to grand
Officer Sgt. Harry Owens. theft of a table model General Electric

The jury took less than 30 minutesto television set from the home of
determine that Jones had struck Harold Foster. 864 McMahon Street in

BANK. BRANCH MANAOKTffiKparl .."AUTO PAINTER. _.lIed work Leading 'Insurance eom..v he.f Owens last June 1 in the eye with a Starke, on Jan. 6, 1979. The burglary
.17.000.. Fee Paid. Shaer _".. for ouallflad p Ie.rn. 5S/M Call to Op.nln0' for .'ano-.'..... 0rwl071SpitIIna fist hit him in ,the forearm with a and stolen property charges against
... ...-.. """etI y'IM..0. ACT4ON.' 6-2706 ltpe Mv'r.iAs' ''nCl .unmlans. ..__'4... a. 7 j t Crews
, ....11.. broom :handle and bit him in the were dropped after his no-
/w-.OK I : chest. contest plea was accepted by the I
IOR LEARNING CENTER office Manaoar. Salary opan: At the time of the incident Jones court. ,
... Orowar A, ".rt 91m.
nclncoofcln' P.rttlme Haply' to: Sun off Legal aMparlancaulracf
position CatlJTa-MCIdav" *. l.-Ti>M, odln' ..an.' Pl. M6028t fe.. ADfxHntmanf. J7-l.19LEOAL was on the list of inmates who must be j
0 tKCWflTAMV, L SIMONN looking far ;, MEDICAL: SECRETARYtrlatrcatf handcuffed whenever they are Vicki Elizabeth Willingham, 28, of
Mparlaoca on tlnlar Preto S ANO. too 4O disco or Starke guilty Friday. Dec. S to
brought out of their cells of ''t
'In punish-
ca.or. Salary cormnaf *Mrtawith !..>. Call 373-1029 Prl tv late acMBOICAL theft:
ability 374 73PULLTIM mar34 all dov .un. *.Voo Counting.001...[vain' 73-:131.: ment for an earlier assault on an of grand of $1,400 from the Gerald 'f

COLLBCTOK, profaatlonal ..Mpvrlaticco' moot LEGAL. 1ECHKTAMVMporlanc TRANSCRIBER' ficer. E. Brown Insurance Agency in Starke ,
fcnowladaa of Important.position la homo dllvrv rttt raoulrd. Plaaaantworklna With ....raft cue for private between March 31 and June 12 of this
with ood orMnlxitlon TotPSCO service parson. M f"n..*. condition*. private phylctan': Sand Jones, serving a 10 year sentencefor
JOB ACTION 3SV-230O. I MM NW Apply In parson, showC.se offica. Call BcWIa, 3/4-J2O1 for to Dat>t. 112, Sun c :.=:A, a 1977 Marion County robbery year. Willingham was employed as a
/7M 61.01. P a n aotLDle terms Mares'ChL11and.' H.." If. Intarv/6-w./ Oaln' ..tfllla., FL M6O18IAA CETA worker at the Insurance
was sentenced to an additional year agency
by Circuit Judge R.A. "Buzzy" during that time. Judge Green
Green Jr. ordered a pre-sentence investigationbefore

1"t''t In other actions another fSP In- a sentence is handed down in I

mate Douglas Owen Pursifull, wasfound her case A restitution hearing Is
guilty Wednesday Dec. 3 of scheduled to be held Friday. Dec. 12.
._OOOOB DIPLOMAT ft7. AUDI 5000 'T3 TRIUMPH 5P/TP/R6-, twodcondttlottf ,
LOAOVOMOO lxeailant' teII. .or..AM/PM nw tr.n.m'n'on. two counts of possession of a weaponby at 3 p.m. for Willingham before Judge
.t y at.OIIO m11es. ."0 battary Asking ..16OO.
,'#" 4 4. ...S a**.Ilk fc lntora ovor t.Catl4 pavmonft.l J.t.a. f,.ev :i3W: %. i7. 72'SoI' '. a state prisoner. Testimony at the Green. I
'4'1' 1, ExeNlenttondlfll trial showed that last April 19 two Robert C. Dudzik. 46, of Jackson-
8tI 1 form FORD COSA II "ut" "".. AUDI 90O04 17 porfoct condo1.7. TR7t I
_'v., automatic air powertaarlnoybrakoa Han ..........", nl"" flew 'Inieacflon. II.... new engine' 'in Ju/v. Extra handmade knives were shown in theconvict's ville, a former Starke resident was
5h11.N /, C oeod condition.MX sunroof c.,,,... thur end Cleon. Call. 375.7625 fined J250d
= by Judge Green after he
flnvl, .04-H $ ) 376-701..swdm/. 300 ,..7767797 .nNLltud.ni. cell during a massive I
A 177 DAT8UN F-1O hatcMMCft '79 OFBL SPORT W"' -. arMf TRlM'H shakedown of the entire prison. Judge plead guilty to possession of a sawed
wnaafdrlv AM-FM taro, tlr. 69 GT6+ CUSSIC off shotgun. One
'" Prom ot an e.ccMPG. naw Green ordered a pre-sentence reportto case was dropped by
lent 34mpa. ..kino' 000. moo whaota. mint condition' ..e"'",'aondltlon' must soil.
.........9I tl.,'OO 375-..O3.UO.nf. Studant. SlfW 4 s-ap Dofora 12 noon. be made before a sentence is hand- the state after Dudzik plead guilty. I

.7. AUDI POK..xp 11_ earntlM |"? LVMOUTH HORIZON 17f PORSCHE *14 ItOAOSTCI MOS. 17U OoptTrunnino condltlon ed down in the case after the jury took Dudzik was charged last May 13
4 door Jensen SInca, vllvor trim' Sh lbv dla< 'Inctuoa* oood at>oln* oood with having 20
'' vary clean .Mode air/ Air automatic. hour to convict Pursifull both a gauge Springfield rifle -
; ., a/aln an on
M:1. uwOet. Pioneer r fm/cat. AM/PAA cauctta.tlntad writMtow mats back rim tinted windows body Rood tir ooo l lmiias
a nest.at-,... ', 3755543 offer and rear window dfo.aar. now Michelin radial, must 1 tonsil owned) auto.j. charges. Pursifull was serving a 30 and short barrel shotgun in his
S 5:3OPM: and= Student. 4.550.Call I Don.371.3,20. 1o 000nola..$3971. 644U56. $13JO.Jtnlco, 1TX773 Sttf. n,. possession.Judge .
sentence for a 1976 robbery in
.. year
.. '
r 16-. : : Broward County; at Sumter Correctional Green found Florida State
>/i-rN' Prison inmate William Ronald Wood.
.-" Institution he was also con-
\ /1rt ; victed of manslaughter in the death of 28, not guilty by reason of insanity of
"f'1.,4.<< .. a fellow inmate. batter of law enforcement officer
Charles A. Brewer last May 11 and
.JySRICK Rural Starke resident Gerald Ed-
... ', ward Griffis was convicted of not guilty by reason of Insanity of
burglarizing the 'Bradford High possession of weapon by a state
:;!H :: prisoner a hand held wooden club
"' .... School cafeteria last June 15. Griffis
11 made from a broom handle. Court
'. was found not guilty of burglary
NOM Bl 3 SMKal bath all' 173 12K4Sfl WATERFRONT PROPERT/6-6 records show Wood committed
; series cash was
:1 of
sot., cant nat 4 ., mm 1 both with ...20 scream S33.900 to 1300000 Mime toca-t grand-theft a 200
r..e.d block* 01 porch and window air commionar / tlona MD.n11RUItu. register from the cafeteria. Griffis for treatment to the Department of
campR.5-401-Of'774 .MQOO, 37X014: ,affar S':3O. mwt/on./: ,. Mental Health.. Records show he
R ALTOR.$73.547.. n admitted he committed the break-in
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TWO ACRES in tno Oaks 0' ton 3 3 bom waived a trial.
/t.aq *.uodlvl lon. Mdfurtnar In .Ind- ,_ conditioned, utility. had. .V OW...... Like flew 3 .... 9batti because he wanted to go back to jury
VIdtN K lw-a .,w00 C for On bus lane In Confiscate. Unfurnlshad with oaraoa on twos woodd -
kdornf.lofn77WI6-43a2. .ta,aoa. Call, 37-r9VT. tat ftn boawKful/ Hiot, Soring

.V owns. .. 1 .... 7pa Rn, 174 MXaO 3 ... 1 oath,,cant.Cwo 372-7111_dW&V 4 IODf'wH" Jerry Clower To Appear At BUS StadiumJerry
'om" room '.U" 1lreel.c.. air/hset. partially Turn wa-
'tgrvrof, aaparata apt. Cocoa flherOfl n..w .. A PLACE TO .0IN. V" or
m._._..ymj.. { o. tw IW barn
rnH'w" %O.Ol5. I San Clower at Bradford Stadium? Right..at Friday 16.
oY OWNER. i. mm, t POUCH*a, tmmAlri EwIONS, inc m-''''. 8J.m.: January
e4rpNt 7 fancod, rural. tow.duion pvmonfr, .balance Why? Because Bradford High School band outgrew uniforms!
wail, Ilk*rant owNir"inaclnglsm
t ( //N I It .. .
Maw floor and wfrlna.MM
7 ;1r.draarf..T"b. w senh........ I-smp. IN700.377.1...or37 S'710' 'Must.VOW..OUC.D Mil by 19-lS-ao ftmivtlful' 3 It all started In November, 1979 when the BHS band marched through Starke

flsrnkW I1 brick flr.stace by 6.101 m in a001is Ivlre roan.4Ya.. MOVILB NOME for Nle. tiMmi r, tor, 'in wtnVCMifno. :M. 3 on bath cut-da Calm- ae.homo Many.'In OHtra OoarI to support the annual Homecoming event never suspecting rain to flood their en-
Jl.. Oo1IgM *Son wlMar v .76x1rNroperator, $1N$cash. drewA.ra leeki.W i."crtf"na.padp/IYN. /1 .. .Ataa el ..7.OOO morta. O 11'A%. thusiasm, and certainly not to shrink the uniforms! Try as we would, they were
I1L' 777.17.7 3r Fed CCrnatlal. 96300.175-1.... ,tie.u.n $77,500 37>i.MBsa destined to strike the knees and elbows of our brave group. The only solution:

new uniforms I The only problem: the money to buy them!

One hundred uniforms cost approximately 10000. This kind of money Is hard I

to find.but wait! A knight in shining armor appears on the scene. Jerry Clower

will help..and so can you. For only $5.00, you not only enjoy a time with Jerry.
_but also the Strawberry Swingers (Starke's own square dancing group) and the

Klngdomalres (gospel singers)..plus you help the kids at Bradford High.
; Tickets are now on sale at TGY Chamber of Commerce Bobby's produce

1rt3... CIO... ..... COn1WNa1 .....,or. I<,................OON. S1.01sun w/M and Ace Hardware of Keystone. Why not buy a ticket today? This would make a
.sixes-i. .... N.p..4 .. mt_. M.. odd Kfd ....... _.... 100 ...... N5..w.r.. great Christmas gift for someone. So buy yours and a friend's today. J,
114' C.or"" matcollnaNfln.. Wed .11 lOW son .... 300 nd stain' $300. .
clear 6 oranges......".,..,. N.WRharrna.nl.P40. "..... Cair77F 0910DLIVAN .

ALPACA YOU NAVE hNO wslNt LAWN MOWER. Cr10o.: stratWawf.nd I I
while knees,.: :.-V. :."i "'s ton waror unit. >iaisssxsx >' /.n 3.M/P.: b Inch. MO' : Electric
N00.3754g5afgl 5 a.m. ....-."table af1V.' &1:;.;:".r. Ilka n.... Ill

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S DeC;"Jim Ir.. _.)*. d/awur drMM5501 M n OUR UMi.4M fa CXOOM from. .!... off. :
,CuiUrM. $1001 w1CO10 reKMN $21 0.44404 twny. $fr/npfellow" Supply Co.wis !
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Pale 88 December 18, 19110

\ N. Florida Telephone Approaches 55,000 Subscribers -
: ; ; :
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,..'ty, ,:;'!> ;' .
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t News Media Given Tour of Vast Operation at Live Oak .\; :

North Florida Telephone Company U. Five area residents received- longevity pins at the fifth annual awards tion by next April 9 In High Springs:A Welborn.Ranch Live Oak, LuraviUe' and

''I Is approaching 55,000 subscribers, Representatives of newspapers banquet of the North Florida Telephone Company at the Suwannee Cove tenth digital operation will be Install NFTC handles the toU'calla lor
,, service/manager George Lee told from Starke, Lake Butler, Keystone Restaurant In Branford, Monday, Dec. 8. ed during 1981, according to Lee. Perry and Taylor County. .
representatives of newspapers and Heights, Crescent City, Jasper and Wallace S. Townsend, president of the company, presided over the dinner Lee estimated the company'stelephone The media was taken on a tour of
radio stations who came to Live Oak Live Oak plus Live Oak's two radio and presented service award pins to 35 persons at the dinner. operators handle over four the entire operations which included a
: for a briefing on the company's vastly stations were given a tour of the vast Twenty five-year pins went to veteran Union County Attorney Hal Y. million calls a year that includes tour of the telephone operator offices,
Improving operation Thursday, Dec. operation. The Lake Butler for the past 25 direct dial and operated assisted
Melrose Maines who has served as a director of the company years calls.County's. the place where the engineering
and is a Lake Butler resident. operations takes place, the business
1 Legislative Changes Affect VA BenefitsSome Robert W. Hardee, plant supervisor and Melrose resident. was also Alachua, Bradford served by Clay NFTC, Columbia Include:, .offices both at the main office in Live
awarded a 25-year pin. Oak and at a warehouse near the
Harley G. Ingle, installer-repairman and Melrose resident,was awarded Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Tobacco barns In Live Oak.
Marlon, Nassau
Putnam St. Johns
26,000 Florida veterans going Rainwater said the new legislationalso a 20-year service pin.P. Union and Suwannee.City's The company has a 3.7S Kw
to school on the GI Bill are receiving calls for major improvements Dean Hardwick, outside plant engineer and Melrose resident and served generator which is used only when
:. bigger Veterans Administration In' VA's vocational rehabilitation Grady H. Herring, plant supervisor and Lake Butler resident, received Alachua by NFTC include: Live Oak has a power failure.
High Springs, Waldo.
It checks and can expect another in- program for service connected 15-year pins. Brooker, After the tourwas over the media
Hampton Melrose
r creae in February due to legislation disabled veterans which provided a White, Brandford, was treated to a steak dinner at,the
Jasper. Jennings,
i signed Into law a few weeks ago. 17 percent Increase In''monthly White Elks Club in Live Oak.
St. Petersburg VA regional office allowance in the November'checks Hampton, and Brooker areas are In- 6,000 subscribers.Lee Springs Mayo, Citra. McIn- Those present at the dinner were
director Carlos L. Rainwater said of 440 Florida trainees along with increased cluded In the territory served by explained NFTC Is the second Hilliard tosh Orange Crescent Springs Callahan. given a Christmas present of a
.job and North Florida Telephone. fastest growing telephone In City, Interlachen Tsacrios, public
the recently signed "Veterans counseling place- company Hastings, Lake telephone by Nicky
Rehabilitation and Education ment procedures.Also Lee explained that he was briefing Florida. United Telephone Company Butler-Worthington relations and personnel director of
in the the media because company president in Central and South Central Floridawas Springs, Raiford including Union
Amendments of 1980" raised mon legislation was a changein Correctional North: Florida Telephone Company.
thly VA educational allowances 10 the way VA will pay veteran. Wallace S. Townsend was in listed by Lee as the fastest grow- Institution Florida Boys
percent. students training while in jail. Saudi Arabia lining up a telephone ing telephone companies In the state.
"The education checks sent Veterans imprisoned on a felong project for North Florida TelephoneCompany's Lee pointed out Townsend came to
November 1 included a five percent conviction will no longer receive parent company, Mid- Live Oak in February 1976 and has
boost. The balance of the 10 percent monthly eductional allowances, but Continent Telephone Corporation. had the motto of endearing service to
hike will be in education checks due will be reimbursed only for training Townsend has been hired as project the company's customers.
February 1," he said.FlaLeading. expenses. manager which will take two years to On an annual basis during his four
construct. years as president, Townsend has
Lee explained that Townsend had held rap sessions with groups of 10 to
for a long time wanted to invite the 15 employees getting their ideas.
in Pri AccreditationLawtey
:son media to brief the representatives on Lee stated Townsend has encouraged ROAD GRADINGCLAY
the North Florida Telephone Com- an open-door policy with
Tallahassee-Florida is leading all Correctional Institution; pany operation.Lee employees and customers.Lee .
states in the nation with national accreditation Apalachee Correctional Institution; used a slide presentation to stated the telephone Industrywas
of six major adult correctional the Reception and Medical Center; brief the media. changing fast and that the
institutions Department of River Junction Correctional Institu- NFTC is a spin-off of the old Florida telephone company was not the.only FILL I;'
Corrections secretary Louie L. tion; Brevard Correctional Institu- Telephone Corporation based in kid on the block.
Wainwright announced.In tion and Indian River Correctional Ocala. He stated North Florida Telephone
addition to receiving certificates Institution.The Lee pointed out the company serves Company in 1977 was the first com- {
of accreditation for the half-dozen only state close to Florid's 3,700 square miles of customers.In pany in the United States to Install a CALL: cawley construction Co.
prisons for the Commission on Accreditation record in accreditation is Illinois 1958 the company purchased the digital operation which features a
for Corrections in with five institutions approved. telephone company In the Hilliard- computer switching control system.
Washington D.C.. Wainwright The six additional Florida correctional Callahan area which at that time had The company has eight digital 473-3021 :
reported there will be six additional institutions which will be in 488 customers. Lee'pointed out the centers In operation at the present
institutions schedules for accreditation line for accreditation In January include company in that area now has over time, with a ninth to be put in opera
at the Commission's mid winter : Cross City, Lake Sumter,
meeting.The Glades, Lantana and DeSoto.
six institutions accredited are:

Troopers Have

Gardening In Varied Duties

Floridaby Says Patrol

Dr. Robert J.Black: TALLAHASSEETroopers do more
than arrest said the
Extension Urban Horticulturist just speeders
After of the Florida Highway Patrol today.
many years and pruning During the first six months of 1980,
ligustrum, arbor-vitae spreading
made but in the
309,419 arrests were 'i
juniper from the front door welcomemat il
homeowners have come to same period, 124,293 stranded
motorists were given assistance.Also .
realize and appreciate the advantages JACKSON
of dwarf plants. 808 emergency messeges were I
In search of replacements for the delivered, of which most were
overly large doorway plots, plant notification to relatives that someonein
breeders have introduced many new their family had died.
and and useful Records show that 65,103 accidentswere
dwarfs..and dwarfs they Investigated, 614 stolen cars
are..compared: to our large more were recovered 1,053 persons were
common shrub plantings which com given first aid and 664 wanted persons

monly reach six and eight feet high were apprehended.
and wide. In-depth investigations of traffic NOW WITH TH8EE,5TDRES. .*... ..,- ,
In the trade dwarf deaths accounted for 34,180 hours by ,
a plant
is one that nursery is three feet .or lees in. FHP Traffic Homicide Inv *t.igators. '. ,. ,-"I'J. -, nrf If '.", ." ,n -.,.....' .-nf ami*
ultimate height. The homeowner or Riot and mob activities called for
grower, must plant with the ultimate 4,738 hours of duty for troopers.
height or size in mind so as to allow Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol LIKE BUTUINari
ample and ultimate growing room Director said, "We receive occasional .
and to eliminate the constant chore of complaints by motorists that they J
pruning to keep the plant in proper were unable to find a trooper when !% Formerly Crews Building Supply not
perspective. they needed one but as seen in the

Dwarf plants are best used in small above six-month statistics" troopers' ; 496-3079 Sg2r "t
detailed areas where they will be duties vary widely. \
observed at close range such as patio "Troopers are patrolling the cOSS I
and entrance areas. The small sizes highways to help and protect I P S
S.w. 6th Avenue
are not significant in back borders or motorists, therefore anyone needing I l ?
distant plantings or without close assistance while traveling is urged to .
contact the nearest patrol station .
observation. Popular dwarfs are in or ,
demand along walk areas beneathlow patrol car concluded Beach. \ .. _, ...... t
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pot and tub plantings, clipped Navy Seaman Mark D. Box, son of r.
borders, ground-covers and for for Minnie M. Box, Starke, has completed : 0 ".
mal and informal plantings. Becauseof recruit training at the Naval L. -4'HO' HarcUaoard Siding...$11 .. .
Training Center, Orlando. ,
their size,they mix well in group or Smooth prime Coated'f'railer
mass plantings or in combinationwith During the eight week training cycle l ,
other plants. The dwarf plant trainees studied general military '
Load Sale Roll Prices
too, can be used as a single specimenor subjects designed to prepare them for j ese
further academic and ,
accent plant. '
Many of the larger standards now training in one of the Navy's 85 basic ; Fiborglaas Insulated; ._
occupational fields.
come "dwarf models. One can \ ;
grow dwarf junipers, pyracantha, Included In their studies were l Single23"NPorttable" Back Rollod Oatta
Kraft: . :
nandina, pittosporum, gardenia, seamanship close order drill, Naval 2-Pc.. Gift Set
bamboo, barberry, sasanqua crape history and first aid. Work Canter -
myrtle, pomegranate, yucca and holly A 1978 graduate of Bradford County '3.8& '
High School, he Joined the Navy in -3988 VALUE 939

There are dwarfs which prefer September, 1980. 31/2MX15" ,88..1:2': ft. 12.99

sia dense aucuba shade dwarf such as azalea holly, mahonia fern, fat-, .w= ::io:'::C 31/2"X23" 135.12 sq. ft. 20.99 ."pttw Mh:"..".:"bum-In M*.''10"wtrMut='"

holly malpighia, and vines while Cpl.Kirk llunsinger .-to _"....worfc MX VMS 48.9&, S". ft. 12.99 .0Mrf..nMty w (Ml. wrap
others prefer a sunny exposure, suchas oftMW to 6-1/4" _f nvlvtlfHp ..
junipers, hollies, barberry, Marine Cpl. Kirk Hunsinger, son of ...."v..KoU krofulM. A 6"X23"9"X23" 75.07 sq. ft. 19.99
pomegranate, crape myrtle, pyracantha Roderick G. and Laverne D. Huns- .__of__ 64.00 sq. ft. 2C.99
and lantana. Still, there are some inger of Route 3, has reported for duty II
dwarfs which are not particular at all with Headquarters and Service Battalion SAVE
and will grow in sun or partial shade. 3rd Force Service Support A perfect Gift !
These include' the dwarf $15.07 I
popular Group, based at Camp Butler on
yaupon holly, many hollies nandina. Okinawa.A for the man
Japanese black pine Japanese purple 1976 graduate of Bradford High around the :1
honeysuckle, Indian Hawthorne, boxwood School he joined the Marine Corps in ,
pittosporum, coontie, and December 1977. His wife, Anita is the houseBlack thinkini S
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UF Scientist Predicts Shortage: of Honey Bees ... News ;Briefs. .

pesticides, such as Sevin, 'however1, I :'".1"-these pollinators, more places to live. predicts that we may lose many of Car, Truck CollideAt Corrections spokesman Identified the
by Catherine Puckett are carried back with the pollen to the Farmers and other landowners can these wild plants. inmate as Robert Darnell who fled by
UF-IFAS Reporter hive and stored for food, said Robinson also let eroded or unused land revertto "And," adds Robinson, "as our US-301, SR-100 leaving his work release assignmentas
Eventually the entire colony can I its original condition, thus ,encouraging wilderness areas get smaller, the a radio technician In Starke at 9-30:
One-third of the U.S.diet Is directlyor be killed by these pesticides. bees and other pollinating demands on these areas for food and $500 damage was recorded with no a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Indirectly dependent on honeybees Beekeepers and others are most Insects to Inhabit the area, suggests cover for wildlife gets greater." one injured Wednesday, Nov. S. at 11 Darnell, according to Skipper, is
bnvnd other pollinating insects, but two concerned about a new pesticide for Johnson.:' Both Johnson and Robinson said a.m., when a truck and car were involved serving sentences from Jefferson for
University of Florida (UF) scientists mulation where pesticide particlesare "A promising solution," said they feel that part of the concern for in a traffic accident at the grand larceny Issuing worthless
lolpredlclta future shortage of these encased in small capsules which Johnson, "is Integrated Pest Manage- protecting the environment needs to busy Intersection of US-301 and checks, and escape.
beneficial Insects; are then sprayed on a field. Thepesticide Include to in Starke.
ment IPM). This is where pesticidesmay programs preserve non- SR-100
to "The.numbers of these pollinating is released slowly, thus increasing hcneybee Ford
be used as part of an overall pest pollinators Police records show a 1980 Trucks CollideIn
fibinsects are declining significantly, the pesticide's time of effec- control program but they are not tl.r Said Robinson: "The really impor- truck, operated by Lee Harrison
.royet few people realize just how Impor- tiveness. Bees pick up these pollen- only tool used." tant value of honebees and other Hunt,24, of Atlanta, Ga.. was attempting Heavy Dust
S"tant! they really are," said Dr. Frank sized pesticide particles along with Because of the decline of pollinating pollinating Insects comes from their to pull onto SR-100 from the
aciftoblnson, and apiculturist with UF's pollen grains and them back to
carry activities. and
Insects pollination The honey
are Increasingly
growers dust
Eastern Oil Service Station parkinglot. Heavy on a road being
/Institute' of Food and then
Agricultural their hives. These particles are
relying on honeybees for pollination the wax that honeybees produce are A 1974 Oldsmobile sedan driven prepared for paving caused two
OflSclences IFAS). stored along with the pollen for food.
Consider: Again, eventually the entire colonycan because they are the only pollinating of relatively little Importance as far by Inez E. Simmons, 33, of Rt. 2, Box pickup trucks to collide Thursday.Nov. .
Insect man can manipulate. as man Is concerned. If necessary. It 111, Hawthorne, was attempting to 6 at 2:40: p.m. on NW 23rd Street
Wi-One-third of diet In the die and restocks
our United If a beekeeper or would be
be solu- too great a hardship for
Honeybees may a partial (Crawford Road mile
turn from SR-100 into the parking lot.Hunt's ) one south ot
instates Is directly or Indirectly dependent another colony moves in, the new colony live
to without
tion to the pollination of agriculturalcrops us honey or beeswaxbut with
them.lJit.Certaln Robinson said his truck then struck the car Lawtey $1,600 damage to tht
on also die.
can said Robinson, but wild plants our lifestyle would certainly be vehicles Involved.
Patrolman E. W. Wilkinson did not No one was In
vegetables, including research shows that some of this con-
trees and flowers may not fare so drastically changed If we had only .
issue citation after conducting an in- jured.Florida
squash, cucumber and watermelonare taminated pollen remains toxic to well. If the number of pollinating In- those food and fiber plants that do not a Patrol records
almost 100 percent dependent on bees for more than 20 months. In all, need vestigation. Highway
sects continues to decline, Robinsons or respond to insect pollination. show a 1971 Chevrolet pickup truck,
".Insect pollination for production. In these capsules have harmed or ruined
a 1978, the value of these crops in 20,000 bee colonies since 1974. Inmate Walks operated by Stacy H. Moody, 17,of Rt.
iilFlorida was more than $56 million. Robinson said other causes of the Conservation Commentsby Off Job Here 1, Box 45, Lawtey, was westbound anda
in, Studies show that other crops, suchas decline in honeybees and other 1966 Ford pickup truck, driven by
fruits nuts and Insects urbanization Sandra E. Canady, 21, of Rt 1, Box
producing pollinating are: Bern Smith creatures from natural enemies and
plants( have higher and better quality Intensive land Soil Conservationist the weather. Also the supply of food A 46-year-old Inmate on a work 55B, Lawtey was eastbound on the
cultivation same dirt road two-tenths of mile
yields when insect-pollinated. For ex. changes in land manage- must be available in all seasons of the crew in Starke escaped Tuesday, a
west of CR-200A.
Dust the road
ample, Florida's citrus Industry ment and utilization such as land Most kinds of wildlife need on wr
Managing Land for Wildlife. Nov. 4, by walking away from the
drivers from
heavy, prohibiting the
whose value Is $850 million to $1 clearing, drainage or flooding projects With the hunting season upon us,we several kinds of cover. Cover must crew and was still at large as this seeing each other until too late and
billion relies heavily on honeybees large Insect control programsand again begin to give more thought to conceal nests and young, and allow paper went to press. collided head-on.
jo help produce better fruit. In addi- the collection of these insects for our wildlife resources. Most of us are escape from enemies and shelter David Skipper, a Department of they
]ion, Florida's growing blueberry industry use in allergy desensitization concerned about where to find more from the weather. Wildlife gets water
must have insect pollination to treatments. Moreover, said Robinson game to hunt. Wildlife can be an Im- from three sources: surface water, STRRKE
succeed. American homeowners' desire to '
"secondary crop" on every food and dew.
-Much of the beef Industry could not keep everything In their yards mowed well portant managed farm or woodland Cold Silver EKchangv
survive if it were not for the successful and manicured and their often operation. However, the needs of the HIGHEST PRICES PHlDr
insect pollination of forage needless use of pesticides have aggravated wildlife must be kept in mind and we
and pasture crops. For example, hay, the problem.The must be aware that certain land use No two kinds of wildlife have exactly Christmas Cash Available
alfalfa and all legume crops are com delimma researchers face is practices encourage wildlife and the same requirements for living. Buying: Class Rings Sterling Tea Sets
pletely dependent on insect pollination how can honeybees and other others are harmful.All You can favor one type over anotherby Flatware wedding Bands ingots
for production. pollinating insects be protected when the way you manage your land and Coins Platinum Dental Cold, or
-Many of the seed and fruit plants pesticides are used to kill crop- wildlife requires food, cover and the kinds and amounts of food, cover anything else Of similar value

that produce food and cover for destroying Insects? water, but these requirements must and water you make available for 404 W. Madison St., Starke, Fla. 32091
wildlife need to be in Robinson said there are several wildlife. Man cannot control all the
pollinated by be provided in the right places. To 10 am to 5 pm Mon. thru Fri.
sects. In addition, researchers have alternatives to this dilemma. For example support a high wildlife population, factors involved in wildlife production 10 am to 1 pm Saturday
found that even plants that do not re- most pollinators work in the there must be a good supply of food but he can da something about
quire insect pollination to reproduce, daytime so evening or night is the near cover that will protect the wild the most important ones. 964-8225
often produce better, stronger seeds best time for pesticides to be applied.In .
when cross-pollinated by insects. addition, said Robinson, growers
In all, more than 90 important crops should try to use pesticides that are
benefit from insect pollination. In either target-specific that is, they kill !III!
1979, bees pollinated more than $145 only the intended pest-or choose the
million worth of Florida crops and least harmful pesticide available."I i
more than $10 billion worth in the would like to see more highly
United States. specific pesticides developed and
Dr. Fred Johnson, another UF bee would like to see more biological con 0 < + 0qt
researcher, said that for everydollar's trols developed," said Robinson. He o t.
worth of honey produced by cites "growth regulators" a new
bees, the bees contribute another $20 kind of pesticide that regulates insect ".... 'IttJ.
fo $100 in added food production. growth so that the target insect never
/ "And," said Johnson, "these are matures and eventually dies as a .
only the estimated contributions of kind of pest control that needs to be ttf > Qf)
the honeybee. Pollinating Insects researched and used more. Robinsonsaid o
make immeasurable contributions to that some growth regulatorshave < 9rOa

wild flowers, ornamental crops and been approved for use on cotton {
flowers, legumes, and other plants .- a crop where heaviest bee losses oc- e5pzrk1ing
;and trees." cur due pesticide use.
k. Both Johnson and Robinson are In addition, said Robinson, more
research is needed In Florida, V O
;jmong the growing number of scientists -
predicting a shortage of these especially, on the effects mosquito
''\beneficial insects. control programs have on pollinating tC1i'RJSTffi@HICN@g
''I.i 1 ;Said Robinson: "The number of Insects. "Fogging the old
wild honeybees and other pollinating mosquito control, did not kill as many
Insects such as wasps, bumblebees, bees because the pesticide was not as
and\ ,yellow.! ,jackets has decreased concentrated as it is in the new. ultra.
low volume method of -
'iuly. In South Florida, few application.
IWo mating insects remain." Our losses of bees in Florida have In-
vtI causing this decline? creased a lot since this change,'"' said

The biggest hazards these insects Robinson.
f ce, said the UF bee researchers, Homeowners should try to use
.:are pesticides. Pesticides kill 10 per methods of pest control other than
icent of the U.S. honeybee populationeach pesticides, said Johnson. Many pests
year. around the home can be controlled by
: 1{Pesticide problems that threaten biological methods. For example,
:honeybees and other beneficial insects most vegetable garden plants fan
: are pesticide spray or dust stand 15 to 20 percent foliage loss
:"drlfts, spraying at the wrong time of without any reduction in yield. Many
,, and, choosing pesticides which pests in home gardens, said Johnson ',' >-.
k many of these beneficial insect can be controlled by hand-picking ""r.--.,.
ulations in addition to killing the them off the plant. If homeowners feel

1 _et Insects.or they need to use pesticides, they '
example, said Robinson, should spary in the evening or at night \- '
icides such as malathion or when pollinating insects are not ,
thion WtacuiU bees in the field at around. Also, said Johnson,
time o Usa!,spraying but (the bee homeowners might allow their yardsto ) Leila's will be open
ny w l"SutVlv Slow-acting be as natural as possible to give and
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I I ED ff[Del( (00( (B1BlJD( ( ( ( :4 -,11,v P, Keystone Area Ads ** \ .7\..I."'.I..f......... Union Cou"ty.'Ads/' \Iri; 3< :t-;1 ; ;

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a reminder to hunters about the law concerning HAIL Sl-2t.) So#. 7 p.m., CARPENTER. WORNi near Keystone Height SERVICE OFFERS announcement ,CUSTOM MADE : OIPTSiSee ,Union.
discharge of firearms near public roads. Sunday, 2-S p.m. Public Invited. Remodeling......, kitchen $300 down $66.84 per home .maker, Union Coun. DRAPIR1181priseestimates. County Times open Monday
The law, Section 1. Section 790.13, Fla. Statutes Ifnchg 1/1/8' cabinet and trim month. Phone 473-4038 or 3/2 ty. Salary: Minimum wage Local', and Tuesday 8:30: a.nv
reads: IIO CHRISTMAS YARD SAlll carpenter. Reasonable 473-4367 after 6 p.m. w/IS acres..Provld.nc. provide home Astributors for completely to S p.m., Wednesday*..,.
Discharging firearm/firearms in public Any Lors.n's Trailer Court price' Call Ed Dempsey at 1 tfnchg 11/20 3/1 Vt new listing maintenance, supportingservice 'washable nationally1' closed Thursday. and frV-.
who knowingly discharges a SR-100, Lake Geneva. 473-2477. tfnchg 13/4 LAKI LOTS AND ACREAGE-' 41k near Raiford, to individual and advertised GardsetteDraperies. day 8:30: a.m. till/ noon.:

firearm/firearms person, any public place or on the right- Saturday and Sunday Dec. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUSl Keystone Height, owner 3/2 w/pool A acreage families and to encourageand saw Enterprise MICK HOMEl on 1.2 acre 3

of-way of any PAVED public road,highway,or streetor :2O-2I. 10 a m. to 5 p.m. Closed meeting( Monday 8 financed 10 percent In. 3/1 Shows Addition facilitate maximumselfufflclency *. Ed or lama bedroom 2 bath, ;.
Itpd 12118 p.m. Open meeting, Fri. teret. Lot on clear and 3/1'/i CHA. In all S Stephen '496-2219. fireplace, carpeted. l.BOXT8tq.
whosoever knowingly discharges any TWO FAMILY YARD All- day 8 p.m. Alonon Monday bottomed lake. priced to 3/2 Lake view $aspects of dally home liv 5/1 180TFN" feet, living area
firearm/firearms over the right-of-way of any PAVED Friday Dec. 19 8306. 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 sell from 9900. One to 3/1 brick, owner financed ing. Desirable' qualifications .. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK $50.000. Brooker 483-1474.
public road highway, OR street, or over any occupied "r five- lake .. .
Riding lawn mc block p.m. All meeting In overlooking Acreage )10-520 acres : Must have car and Harrowing mowing and 10/9 TFN.GARAGE
premises U/shall be guilty of a misdemeanorof and white portable' TV Educational Building Community (access available) with Notary service valid Florida driver' blade work. Phone SAlEi everyday .
the first degree, punishable as provided in s. electronic TV game bench Church., tfnchg nice tree from $3,500 license, bandoble. able to 496-2773 or 7823029.. 9.5. Hotpolnt 15 cubic:- ft,. .
775.082 or s. 77S.083.This section does/shall not apply press with weights 12/4. $500 down. $50 a month. John Longford Jr. read and write, good 11/13 TFN.REDUCE chest freezer like new.,
to a person lawfully defending life or property or per leather recliner, end table, PRESSURE CLIANINO PAIN Commercial frontage- Realtor Associate physical I health SAFE AND FASTS G.E. portable' dish washer,
forming official duties requiring the discharge of a lamp carpet hompooer TING and wallpapering.Phone Investment opportunity. 496-3814 understanding of basic with GoBese Tablets and dinning table and chair
firearm or to a person discharging a firearm on with attachment replacement 4732477. tfnchg SR-21N. Owner-salesman. homemaking und related E-Vop "water pills" Andrew Good used clothing and
public roads or properties expressly approved for cushions for sofa and 12/4 4734375. tfnchg 12/4 skills' ability to work with Drugs.223 W. Main. shoes. Many other items. 3
hunting by the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission chair curtain clothing .PIUMBINO REPAIRSLarryTeogue AKC DOllltMANSuTop persons 60and must be 2tpd 12/18 12/23. mile S on 121. 496-3572.',
or Division of Forestry. and other mlK. located In Plumbing. quality only. Too ore In. FORYOUR willing to complete Red I Itchg 1218.FIREWOOD j'1''
This act took effect October 1, 1978. Starke off SR-100 on Grltfls 4751513. tfnchg 5/21 vited to visit, par kennel REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN Cross First Aid Course. $38 PICK p
loop. Follow signs. Itchg CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 475-1228. UNION COUNTY Must be resident of Union FOR RENT truck lead far oak and $40
12/19 WORK-bulld patio. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN Residential County. Call 496-3662 or e pickup track .kwaxf4ii; *
TYPEWRITER REPAIR Cal fireplace addition, tfnchg 11/6 Acreage apply at Community Tree service' end
BR MOBILE yardwork.
SlashedOn I, 2. $ pine.
Tires The Office Shop 110 W. remodeling, home and FIVE ACRES-FOREST HILLS. Commercial Outreach Center. An equal HOMES for rent In Lake Call Thomas Nettles
Call St.. 964-5764. $900 down. $108.02 month. opportunity employer.
Clerk's CAr tile work. Free estimate CalliVen.ra 496-3738 It/27
Butler. Clean park, paved anytime.
tin 1120.HOUSE, Phone 473."73 during dayor Phone 4732520. 4tpd BrownRealtorAssociate Closing date: Dec. 24, TFN. -- -
road. 1 mile to school or
returned to his mobile 12/18-1/8 1980.
Wadsworth Itchg 12/18.
782-3906 after 5 .
p.m. sawmill. All central H/A. BAKER LP OAS, INC. Htvy!*
about 8:30
home in
Hampton p.m. tfnchg 12/11 month.References 121 and I.'0. owned.
FOR SALE $140-180 per Family
Dec. 12, after the special city and chair, beautiful $250; 496-3022
day, Will CARE FOR YOUR required. Call and operated. We deliver.
council meeting was over and when BY OWNER CHILD In my home duringthe rustic couch $90: pair of Tiffin and Owens, Inc. WANTEDCOOD 4963299. 12/18 4tchg 1/8. cylinder and bulk go*. .We.
2BR, 1 bam. brick home on off-white velvet chairs
he went out to his car the next morn after school.
or Realtor rent tank or !We
fill your .
quiet road rear of golf coursewitn !
ing (Sat.,Dec. 13) he found all four of Fenced back. yard. Phone $90 Beasley Bargdlns, strive better
needed lake" access 5eo'cona Riverfront a River HOME FOR FREE to give *er-. .;. ,
473-4521. 12/18 accesslots.
the tires on his car slashed, accordingto Dam roughed In. HOUM Kathy 473-2898. 2tchg vice and price Phone I
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the Bradford County Sheriff's has spaclaoui eat In kitchen 12/18-23 '
with appliances Including self- typewriter, $23; Hameslte, lots lovable pets for Christmo INSURANCE AGINCYi 259-6810 In Macclenny;., .
Department. friendsare cieanoven and sloe. By Side 40-channel CB radio base [Meat Processing' Plant Phone 496-2261 day*. TFN 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake 282-4097 In Mlddleburg;
Wadsworth and some of his 786-4731 In Jacksonville
refrigerator with Icc-maKW,
unit with mike and cablii.SQ. 12/11.
FarmDifferent Butler.
posting a $1,000 reward for information no-wax flooring In Kitcnen FOR RENT Hog 496-3978. CompleteInsurance 4tpd 12/11 12/18 12/23' I
leading to the arrest and con Roomy living room laundry $ Beasley Bargains, slsed Acreage Service. TFN 1/1. :
room off mtcnen w/w carpet I M FURNISHED lake cot 473-4521. Itchg 12/18 4 acre 'lot In townMobile BEDROOM SUITE 30" elec.trie "
viction of the person or persons C/H .-, I
$225 month. home it 3% "
tage. per acres dressrockie -
responsible for the tire slashing. available one car and range wedding
carport FREEZER $150. Suzuki 250,
utility Shed.Beautiful large oak KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY : In town Deposit Forfeited or Extra inventory. Resold horse, dinning room'
trees REALTOR $50. Phone 4732715. Itchg 24 Direct by Manufacturer. 50'x120' X18'6" List
on shady lot pnone acre-lovely hameslte table and six, chair and
L 475-283, 473-4961 12/18 and farmland. 26492. Bal. 13346. Big Arch BldOS. 20/22 Ga. A child' wardrobe. Call
tfnchg 12/11 MOVING-MUST SELL!I 1979 tin few smaller bldgs.same deal. 20U/20WL or bet 496-3778 anytime.. Itpd

Want Ads Get Results...... FOR RENT OR FOR SALEs Kennedy I Kraft has boat, ter. Cheap frt. plus tax.) call local Rep., Don 12/18. ',; '
55HP Evlnrude motor and
Two bedroom furnished
Huntley partially 1-800-525-8075. Mon.-FM. Erection Avail. 4CO;:: .
house lake trailer. A steal, 3000.
on --- -
Redfearn'sVICES Brooklyn SI80 monthly. 473-2261 night Itchg

Total Reach: 9,000 Households Strout Realty Inc.. Broker. 17/1B

473-4340 .Phone 964-8931 or CARS & .( I

Potential Readers I -4 473-4252 or 473-3096.2tpd 12/11-12/18 TRUCKS I Starke Ads .

I 1974 MAZDA RX-4. rotary
Approx 27,000 Repairs. Of Major HOMES FOR engine, good condition. "

Electric Appliances SALE $795. 473-7076 or 4733680. CARS CARS 9TRUCKS HELP FOR RENT : :
2tpd 12/11-18
25 Wor.l ... JR2.5O: Serving Bradford 8 Clay TRUCKS WANTED .

CountiesLawrenntBlvd. LAKE GiNEVA-Executlve WANTEDCASH CULLIOAN fully automatic
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I Keystone home with 2535 *q. ft. livIng 1977 FIAT 124t Standard 1977 CHEVY CHEVElLEl Two. NURSING HOME needs full. water conditioner $3..7S. '

964-6305 area within city limit FOR GOLD. sterling transmission 2-door. If interested door; power steer. time LPN or RN nurse for per mo. Installation extra., .

Beautifully landscaped. (ewelry diamond coin contact Community 'Ing/power brakes, air con 4-12 shift. Call 9646220. limited offer. 9647638....: ,
$90.000 with an assumable Will visit your home State Bank of Starke dition. If Interested contact 10/9 'nchgWOIIK tfnchg 10/23. .
.Lake Geneva 8 3/4 percent mortgage. anywhere. 376-5235. Mr. 964-7830. 12/11 tfn. Community State Bank SUPERVISOR OFFICES December r."i' .

I WANTED 100 It. x 436 ft lot BRICK SIR 2BA home with Rlttman. Phone, collect SACRIFICE REPOSSESSION al, Starke 964-7S30. 12/11 $9.300.00. Responsible for free. Ample parking. Cor:
large spacious kitchen, tfnchg 12/4 tfn. overall Sheltered nor of Laura St. Hwy 1OO
Restricted for 1850 *q. ft. family room with paddle 75 Volvo. 2440L. $3: .SOO. Plan Starke. "
WE BUY used furniture, appliances Call l 77 HONDAs Standard Workshop Operation. 473-2735. 1IT3
Driver minimum building size In fan fireplace w/w carpet and aluminum alter 6 p.m. 964.5825. transmission radio and air work activities teach pro. tfnchg. >I.!" .
Truck Bradford County '/t-acre lot. fenced back truck topper Phone 1973 Itchg conditioned If interested duction methods, facilitate COTTAGE on Crystal lake; -
yard. $13.000 cash to mortgage 473-4521 tlnchglO16GUNS..DOU8LI 125000.TOYOTA CELl CA. contact Community Stale, work contracts with 2 bedroom FurnlaheaV

10-Wheel Dump Truck ClYDE W.SIMPSON. and assume $31.273at BARREL 12/18.Call 9648567Itpd Bank of Starke 964-7630. private Industry. Able to Deposit. Adults. No 1''''.
8 3/4 percent payable PARKER. Trade or buy. In 1963 12/11 tfn. supervise and teach $225 per month. Call
Experienced only. monthly at $253.57 for 16 hootoble condition. FALCONs 2 door. Good' moderately retarded 473-3381. 12/4 tfn. %,'

t CO REALTOR year, no qualifying. Phone lou 468 1388 after 6 fer.condition.Call S6OO. or best of. WANTED clients In a variety of vocational COMFORTABLE CLIAN.fun.dnlshed
KIYSTONI HEIGHTS REALTY 2tpd 12/11-18 964 8612 after 5 skills.. MINIMUM ,.rteprtmenti",
CARDlli BROS.964675O I Jam 3M-tS4 24 hrs.G REALTOR FLUTE-p.m. WANTED.vtudontfroder. ,&m. 12/18 tin. m. 'IR"UIIII"(5""' AIND111,001."Separatebtriletngs. ivWfhi.. !
'vllle,, 377-79 24 hrs. '473-4HI I 'good condition. WAGON CHEVY STATION GOOD PRICES PAID for used ERIENCE: 'High School A/C...and .or,...,.Single,3
,.... king 12/18 Phone ..473-4321 day*. S500 '67 Good condition. mobile homes If mortgage Graduate, 2 years experience person preferred.. ,
I 659-2300 night Itchg ; FORD FALCON I Is 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S In Rehabilitation 964-6752. 12/4 tfn. .
$250.12/18 Call 9645730. Itpd MOBILE HOME SAlES. Workshops. or Human Ser COZY :2 BR, IBA COTTACW_
9645606. Open 7 day vice. Send resume to Box ptly' furn. Janet M. Starling
M\ SURPLUS Jeeps value weekly.. TFchg 509. Starke. Fla 32091. Attention Realtor 782.3931.tin'. .:
w $3196...sold for $44. Call '- '
Bob Larimer' 12/11.
WANTED Mobile :
home axles .
312-742-1142 ....
Info how 70S for and 'Ir... Will pick up. Director. 12/11 :2tchg 3 BR. I BA Homes Janet'M.:
on to purchase OLiN'S MOBILE HOME 12/18. Starling Realtor 782-3931.: ;. .
bargain like .
this! 4tpd SALES. 9645606. Open 7 PART TO FULL TIME, In '21 II thsMOBILE '." *
12/18. 1/1. 1/1 5
1/29 days ow..... TFchg medical field. Starke. lake HOMEl Two-19,
1973 CHEVROLET Station CASH FOR COINS Gold Butler, and Macclenny bedrooms on Griffin loopr\'
wagon-three,seat*.loaded silver sterling dontaigold area. Typing and previous No pet*.'Call 964-88I4TX '
clean. S70OOO. 212 GF crop jewelry op- medical experience' Itpd 12/18. C 'I 1 vnwe
Redgrave St. Call 964.5318 tical frame, etc J.R. Buil- desired. Call 964-8435. 3 BEDROOM HOUUtCAbcbtl I
'1 or 964.8788. 12/4 tfn. Ington 964.6250 TFchg. 12/11 2tchg 12/18. have t4-stall. foe ManvttHAVcountry
MAIDt Full or parttlme. Experienced. 'ham.: CnUAai.o
1980 F100-117": SHORT WANTEDi Used tool, both "
WHEEL Base Pickup 300 mechanics and carpenters. Please calf ..porot..lIvi..... ,oonjdwvrOIng :
six, 4 overdrive.Knit Phone 964-8331 or after ''6 p.m. 7823337.. ", room.. Place fofriftpkWiriTgarden ,
peed ''
I seat- Gauge- Power 468-1551. 9/11 Inchg llchg 12/18. ,,,,flr'lplRF8blo/MInatt!' | | /
Steering Sport Wheel WANTEDi Mobile Home A.I. .- SEWING \ MACHINE1OPERATORSi 964-707,1LOSter l! 6 p.rA105bm, \

Cover* Folding Seat Back les. Paying the best price 8 needed. !Experienced 2/1B 1' <:' hott e.alrbam
for good condition axles. In factory in- 2 IIOIOOM HOUSI. fur-
Releaie AM Radio Step 964-8331.9/11 d ,Wall sSwlrig/'M,,, : ..,91.
Bumper 19 city 25 tnchg IncouptwAiowl : o
hwy WSW mpg Radial 4 SOFT DRINK lOll In good 40 hour w,,".' Do ;'01 !,pp.
\: mpg ly unless work,, -istus-seturloy. H.
Brand New 1980. $5995.00 working condition. Couldbe you \, II.'I
plus '0.. Terwlllegar Coke or Pepsi any hours. Apply I'lrperson." child/ 11 tI-'k T N ?BIII"MIlAJ"
II Starke Uniform 441 east"Brownie. ,
I' name brand. 9646305. 'II Who! "tac
Motors W. Madison
.. Street1211 11AT11! ,
I Ir 12/11 tfn ; !""o..M
9647200.. Itch. 'l> n vn.
.:..... 1- 190 "50-133" long WheelBase SMALL UNFURNISHEDHOUSE .tfnchg. __ ")fo\\ y !!f i.Foatt/
Infot''I1011- fs 1
351 V-8 4 Speed TRAILERilnslde conditions I ,2/1'Itc c'l11t8 1.1I ,
Transmission' Knit Seat -' not Important. Call FOR RENT 4 'II g.p,"' 'tloM

give someone special a gift of Power Gauges Brakes- Power. :Steering Western. 964-5788.12/18 12/11**, 2tpd ). i ,-, .UIINISH'APARTMENT, 01'l'$ '.. '11\[ ra4ft, I 0101 r

love in Mirror Clgoo, lighter 964-8421.l .lJll\j to
your Seal Back Release Tie all gold and silver class efficiencies and f .'nW
BR opts., weekly. or man- TRAILER' SPACE.
Down Hook. rings' ; sterling wedding eer nl
Step BumperBrand
"..:'" '.... New t 1980 bands, etc Stark'Gqld. thly.' NEW FURNISHED month: beginning J..UGI'I, /
', $.995.00. Terwlllegdru\*\ond Silver Exchange. STUDIOS monthly only.' 1.5 mile from Prison on .fa
2313 N. Temple Starke. SR229. Turn left past dump.
-, 964-6225. Itpd 12/18.
Motor, 206 W. & ,
Modlson.fi ",WILL ASSUME low Interest TFchg ster. Call 964-8310. llchg .
Say "Merry Christmas" the : 964-7200. Itch ; ); 12/18.
a y.way": I9M FIDO 133" 'LONG mortgage an 3 BR 2 BA KITCHENETTE One BR
WHEEL BASE 302V8AutomaticTranmls fireplace, garage contemporary apartments, pool. TV. AC KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2
home near Star..... utilities Included. Totally BA Home. No pets. Closeto

i er lon Regular Tu-Tone Knit' Call 9646542. ttchg 12/18 furnished Weekly. man school. $100 security ".
$250Bring thly rates. TEMPLE MOTEL deposit. 473-4309. 12/18
JL uf k Seat Gauges Power
words Steermg Power Broke. Don't ForgetDeadline 880 N, Temple Ave.. 2lpd 12/25. :..-/: .

Cigar Lighter Deluxe forClassifieds Starke.. Phone 964-7357. BOATS '**' !

Wheel Caver Box Roil, is 9/20 TFchg. -
in or mail with $2.50 Brand New 1980 12 noon Tuesday MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE "..1IE
$5995.00. TerwlllegarMotors. HOMI .PARK mobile 1 homes' FT.GIASTRON BOATl 225

Print One Word Each Linema 964-7200.. 206 Itch W. Madison,, 468-2912.and spaces TFchg'HOUSEKEEPING fat rent., Phone... .ta.tV-hull.many deluxe Vinyl accessories.Just top and!!.,..... .I

190 FORD COURIER Long and sloop, : like n.wl! Call I

( Wheel Base 2300 cc Ing room TV end' Air; ;Gainesville 376-3619. TFrOU t
Underwood Motel, 3 milts'
Engine Stereo FT.
Step Bumper 4spe"Transmission North of Starkeor. Hwy. ., .' 'I
9'4 Evlnrude
hp .
Bed Liner ftTommeou 301. 10/9 tnchg ,. ,
i "and trailer 500. Call
Caver 14.000 I
--ftSpecial *5332255.. 12/11 2tchg .
mile 509500. Terwlllegar
12/18.: t.:
t Madison. Motors 9647200.206 Itch W. Thurs "r!.*Sat.* 'j.i CORRECTCRAFTl Martinique, ._'

197 FORD COURIER Long Buy 2 Card Inboard with trailer arid'
( end Gel 3rd ..... .Must
Wheel Base 2300 m. see to appreciate.
.rtWmoJArAJo ftt sB, Kiceivfty Engine AM Radio Of Equal Value $6500. Call
Automatic'tons.. Air FREE! 964-7682. 12/18 2tchg
Conditioning Tinted Glass 12/25. -

< loon 2bc. Step Bumper Tape a
Satan/ay, 20, 1980 Stripe 240OO mile .
$5093.00. Terwlllegar
Motor. 206, W. Madison RENT-A-CUILIGAN.
9647200. Itch :
Bradford County 1974 MAVERICK 4 OR '.
Telegraph 59,000 mile Automatic' S>r X :

Transmission Stow&AirCondilloning- Power @llij[ @nrrn @ -,4R I

Tinted Gloss $1995.00. -
Lake Region Monitor Terwlllegar/ Motor, 206 W. @1P.ffi@ O For PER

Madison, % .72OO. Itch $375
FREE Water "'1 !lly.J. MO. k:1-: .
AnalysiS ,
County Times 1979 CHEVY MALIBU Station t, :3 MONTHS.os)

Wagon.transmission, air Automatic condition. 64 soft i !"
ed AM/FM. If InterestedcontactCommunity' iM Wlf'--

State,' '
Bank of Starke 9647830. J
pall 64'6S41'
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TUESDAY NOON SAW SHOP Microwave oven. Has ALUMINUM PlATESl 24 x Nice for gifts; reasonably doors, pipes, plus 1 egarREAL'I'Yy
preceding Thursday "before Completesharpening several power settings. 36" 25' each. Bradford priced. .1264 Colley Rood 10.OOO ether Hems now at MOBILE HOMES Why pay (
publication.Mlntrnum hand service carbide.chain circular .. defrost cycle, meat probe. County Telegraph' Phone 9647872. Itpd Bargain Canter. US.301South more? Buy direct from the C'
charge $2.50. large slie. Full factory 9646305. tinWINDOWS 12/18. Starke. TFchg2S" factory. Large selection of
;'<(( MOBILE
left Assume One-Angus. One COMMUNITY .
Party area. LADDERSi Walnut ,
raeh word over 15 Leave at Jackson Building 5 gal. cans finish. Under war '
,:. Is 10 centsNof Supply In Starke, Keystone payments of 19.00 per asphalt roof coatlng-$7.00, Hereford James Oasklns. ranty. Pay off balance due HOME SALES US 301 ,- >t'; PHONE 9447776TERwiiuGAR
month. White Sewing and 964-8356.12/18 tfn. North. Open 9 to dusk. I to CILIA
cases of 6 one-gallon 197.10 cash take
responsible for Heights lake Butler.TFcrig or overpayments I
given over the phoneor errorswhin Appliance Center. 3527 for $8. 964-6679, Bargain MICROWAVE OVENl Litton of $2000 per 6 on Sunday Phone 205 N. TmpU. Stdrlc
S.W. Archer Rood, Archer Center. 12/11 tfn. Varl-Cook. Excellent con month.Whites and 9648741. 6/5 TFN. ." 100.'
ant; ttpught copy to Ih.oHlc.not typed. : Square Plaio. Gainesville TRUCK TOPPERS. $1t. IN. dition: only 6 mos old. Appliance Cantor 3327 SALE OR LEASE. Keystone Wayne I.Douglas ......-..'.....n
Phone 964-5148 94-7619. phone 3764466. 12/18 CTALLEDI Has full vision Digital display' ; meat pro S.W. Archer Road Archer Heights. 3 8R home with I T.IorhMol"0412Bradford
.A.. '114I 1W TFcrig or. Itchg. door and opening side win be. Lots of extras. $275.00 Square Plaza Gainesville fireplace on / acre lake '
".'" REMODELING' BUILDING LIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi dows. One year warranty. or .best offer. .533-2330. Phone 3764466. Itchg frontage. 30x40 CB garage
REPAIRS New loads only. ALLEN E. Beasley' Bargains. Itpd 12/18. 13/18 w/odolning| guest house.
SALE kitchens. '
flfARD: Phone 6t FARM TRACTOR 990
baths family rooms. Brick TAYLOR Lawt.y. 473 4S21. tfnchg 12/11. >. RABBITS Give your child orloved For appointment call \
7823172. 12/4 David Brown, 8 set of harrows -
block concrete. Fireplace GAS STOVIl 36", $50.000, one a pet for 473-4776 before 9:00: p.m. {,
YARD SAM Lots of clothing. specialists. Grlflli Con HAYl Highly fertilised.ArgentlnaBahlo Oil Burning Space Healer 3250. 9..6805. Christmas. $3.90 each. Call 12/4 4lpd' 12/25.
Same furniture and struction. Phone 4732108or (no rain). and 120 gal tank. $125.00, Itpd 1218.TRAINED 782-3069. M.D. Cropse. Sr. X BR CONCRETE BLOCK
J.M. Edwards Call Outboard trolling motor, HORSli Gelding, 7 12/18 2tpd 12/25.
housewaros. 3 miles south 473-3578.
TFchg HOME fur-
: Completely
9645379. 12/4 old. Well trained for
4tchg "
3900. Phone 964-6250. Y' THREE HEATERS new and
of'Sfarke on 301 next to SEWING MACHINES nished. Owner will
12/25. Itchg 12/18. barrels or pleasure. Withsaddle used doors and windows.Coll .
Motel. tfp, 12/11. makes
HOUSEHOLD LIQUIDATION and all tack. $523. finance. Call 964.8361 or
YARD SAM Thun. thru Sot. cleaned, oiled and adjusted. SALE EVERYTHING MUST FUEL OIL OR KEROSENE Call 964-6262 or 964.8417.ltpd 964.5961.after Itchg 4:30 12/18.p.m. 964-7372. 12/11 3tpd
Off* 1820. Flowering $15. Work TANK on stand. Call 12/25.
GOI Home workshop accessories 12/18. UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY .t .
plant: ) elothei' Sarah Strickland guaranteed., James (Includes supplies 964.5880. Itpd 12/18. NEW AND USED FURNITURE Singer top model' Futures MOBILI HOMBi 2 Bedroom Villas Bessent" Reed. ........ Ha. A nice placeto
Coventry (jewelry all at a and corner MorganRd. for sheet metalwork CREOSOTED POSTSt 30 33 and appliances. Porch Zig Zog sewing machine. on Grlffls' Loop. 200000. live. At prices. you con live with. The townhouses offer
bargain.' 544 W. Call St.Stork. BRADFORD Hwy SEPTIC 16. TFchg TANK ). SPECIAL ITEM: Hand ft. long. 2 Hay 'Barns, 40 x rockers. BARGAIN Stretch stitches, darns Call 964.6767. Itchg 12/18. a .beautiful', secure maintenance free life style. Charm,
.. 9645854. carved solid wood double 90. to .be torn down andremoved. CENTER. US 301 South
llchg SERVICE Pump blind hems automatic 8 ACRES and 2 BR home. comfort and quality describe the 2BR IVk B brick veneer
-oute. .
12/1 site bunk beds with bed. Call 964-7675 9646679. TFcha.
Residential commercialand bobbin winder.' etc. Party Call 7823532. Itpd 12/18. homes which feature a Great loom efficient kitchen
YARD'.SAlli Sat.. Doc. 20, Industrial. Fully licensed. ding. $200.00. Call alter 6 p.m. ltcig) 12/18. 1 ACRE LOT FOR SALIi left area. Originally sold cabinets' end closets ............por energy ..vlnglnoulo.
9:00: p.m. 5:00: p.m. 238 Phone 964.8121. TFchg 473-4776 "before 9:00 p.m. TRUCK TOPPERS $ ", INSTALLED Garage water sewer and for $499.00. Pay off Two large lion..Cash In en our ,...conllructlon prices...Your
South Cherry St.. by Shell MOTORCYCLE REPAIRSl. Factory 12'peI 12/25. I Has full vision elect. 7 mi. NW of Starke balance due $137.00 cashor bedrooms, one bath. On. townhouse can be customised te suit your Individuality.Model .
FIREWOOD Oak and Pine acre 'lot, fruit and shade
Oil:plant. Clothing. toys, trained mechanic. door and opening side win. an SR 229, WhisperingPines payments $11.00 per Is ready NOW. Shown by appointment only.
$35.00 lighter $45.00 Ir. CH/A .
miscellaneous. Four per dows. One month. Under ; carpet; stove
US-301 South 9646020. year warranty. Estates Lot No. 28. warranty.
families Itpd 12/18. 5/29 TFchg S.100ICKII"NO. LWB pick-up truckload.Call Beosley Bargains, 11/13 Ifnchg.r White Sewing Center, 3527 and draperies. I ml. west Prices' start at $33.600. Some options available for you
CARPORT SAM Sat., Dec. SERVICES, 9 9647769. 12/4 4tchg 473-4321. tfnchg 12/11 S.W. Archer Rood Archer of Starke Hlway 100. 'two full baths. a fireplace screened perch end even

20.9 sum. til 12 noon. 1034Southgate : years experience 'In all 12/25. Square Plata Gainesville.Phone 9647953. Itpd 1218.MOBILI larger rooms If you so desire..
'" MONEY 11 10% will not last forever looks better
Itchg '
Dr. (off ColI.ylload phases Including taxes andgov.rnm.nt HOME 3 BR. I'/i
12/18. all the time far these hat ,
) Slarke. Bow and arrows forms. Fill a LIMEROCK BA; one acre of land. SPECIALS' -
$20: girl. 10-ipeed 473-7075 after S P.M. 7/3 I QUILTS 9647323. Geiger Highway 16 west. Dr. 3 BR 2 .. panel, carpet 30000. Reduced!
bike, $20, big hanging picture tfchg Rd. (SE. 1st Street). 12/18 9.000.00.. 2000.00 down. .New brick 3 BR 28 1600 so,. ft.CHftA. In city. ..
$10; old Coke and KEENS TREE SURGEON DOZER WORK 2tpd 12/25. Owner will finance 10%. 1407 Milton Terrece-nearly new-many tras-$3I.OOO.
Pepsi bottlei.. $2 $4, Trimming removal 14 yrs. For Information call
Welch baby Mroller. $10, experience. Have 55 ft. Installations AUCTION 964-7374. 12/18 2tpd MANOr MAN SPECIALS
bucket. Free Septic '> ''
estimates. I 1 one Wilson Road reduced $13.MO.
baby droning table, $10, One Mile NorthOnUS301 12/25.
Phone 782-3733. 9/25tnchg .'406 W. Adkins' -House R SO1 x IOO1 lot 12500.
baby bed frame, $S; stuffed Did You Know
animals, dishes, and Shampooing and extraction CRRDIN BADs. Fri. t Sot. nightsIII The Starke Now BR-cerport-fenced
clqlli'' g. Call 9648329. Living room dining CALL: Christmas P.M. Hose Full line' PREFERRED HOftKlllS
Itchg''12/18. room and hall. 2995. Toys. Gift Sets etc. of Hallmark Cards 3BR. Edwards.. Rd. has everything "'.toO.
YARD SAlli Fri. Dec. 19 8.30 12664460. 10/23 tfn 964-6750 Santo Will Be There and Gifts, a Crystal' Lake homesltes-3811, FP, guest .....31.000.
a.m."' to 6 p.m. Two WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the 6 p.m. 7 p.m. The Office ShopStarke94457" e 16 Ac. Brownlee Rd. Col. home, "barn, stream .....500.
famines.) Riding lawnmower spot. William. Jewelry .... Steve Cardin: Owner .. Beautiful Lake Geneve 3001 .beech, 4 homes-Own fin.
; block/white portable 100 E. Call St. 964-7064.4 U'_ __ __ - ... .1 a 404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely fum. .p... Owner fin.
TV; electronic TV 10/16 tfnchg. e Home I 3 acres In Breaker. SSI.400

gane "bench press and CASH FOR GOLD sterling. .1261 Johns Drive, swimming pool thirties.,
weights, leather recliner; coins A-Z Pawn Shop, 144 e Home, wkshp-Rd.lOOW 3 BR, CH&A. FP, patio $39.600
.nd.).- tables; lamp..; W. Call St. Phone 964-8348. e 3 BR 2. Ranch CH1A 12A for garde .Rd.225.$63.500.
replacement. cushions for 11/13 tfnchg. MAKE a 12S yr. old horne(240 sq. ft.). Hampton 3 AC-S38
'0'":,ond chair carpet ACREAGE
shorrVpooer w/at. W. have top sail fill '2.4A-S23S septic well. pump, ../..."" 1., portable. shads
dirt and sand. W. do light
tachmenti: electric football '40 acres aces rood from Bedford lake. $101,000.
drag line work. 944-5861, ....
garneteuMel....'-- "' '.oj1 IJ '20 ecres. Rd. IOO W 'U.ttO.OrJIMncetf.a .
: i -
clothing"i andM ether wiUc.. 12/1 Itchg.": Fl.tx, : ..\. .,o: .: : "" fI f-- ..... ... Ac. Lawtey area ......I-I -"..,..Mini-Lodge" $40,000 "
..VACANCI, 11$,,.8& ? ..,
LotfWed dffSftlWSoDWSfT'GrlfflS ... 4 78 Acres Rd. 230A. Wilson Rd. $11,700.
Acres i.Rest Home In "" I .A'" '" r. :
Loop: Follow signs. M.lr..... Call 475-2108 for '40 Acres Hampton $60.000 1% Interest-Owner fin.
ltchg1218. Information. 12/11 2tchg AN 0'F"qtl "E'I .R" ''S4 ecres -Rd. IOO-owner will finance.
YARD SALIi Sat.. Dec. 20 12/18. '13 acres 301 A Morgan Rd. Owner finance $39.000.
8 3tf q1 m. Ill??? Loadi of END HONEY WORRIES *6.16 acres CrIHIs Loop-timber" -own. fin. $10.500.
miscellaneous. W. Legal. Send addressed I 5.5 acres near Prasbyt.Ckurch 1 hospital-make. .offer.
Madison St., Starke. Side stamped envelope for LOTS FOR INVESTMENT?
yard of Junior Food Store details on book. Writ.: '7 Trailer ,lots Brawnlee Rd.20% dn.per acre 4000.

llchg 12/18. Roy. Rout. I. Box 471, Those who in the Home 'IWxMV commercial' en 301-owner fin. $33,000.
Florida 33922. are
YARD SALIi Sot.. Dec. 2O- Bokedlca. 'Country Club 'lot ISO a 383'-nice 'location-$10.000.
Beginning at 9 a.m. 150 N. 12/11 4tpd 12/25. Hampton Oaks Lot 25. trees, owner fln.nced-7.00.
Water, St.' .Storke. Four HUBCAPS AND USED TIRES the C.III Water St. lot 23*' 84 fin. $19.800.
$5.00 and up. (Old Moose Market: Call us on the,4 ;tails: on Busy x Owner
FonWII. '.little of
SK># a Lodge. US301 North.) Call St. commercial 'lot 100' s 1W Owner fin. "*.*00.
everything. Call 964 sn.Itch..ut..1JOH .

MC GRANDMA 12/11.'chg NEEDS 1/8. BABYSIT- models belcnSome : */: "750 W. Madison BUSINESS, former OPPORTUNITIES Mobil eta-$25,000.
YARD SAL* So*.. Veto 13. 8 r
TINGe Especially NewYeor'jp for no -419 S. Walnut New. ,large, warehouse-S82.SOO.
o.md1M2 p.m!''''' South' ., Eve I ( Any age. anytime money 1b { 'Great property across from Holiday InnOwn.Pin.sStore .
"house i iThreei t
Chewy .Robelh..d *- Prefer 'rny home., 4 Apts. on 301-good .potential-owner fin.
*,,Tn1fei1>p leioflllri0fhoutrenold >
Neat'and clean Call r "7000 sq. ft. CB bldg.' en Rd. 141 Owner fin.
mdeWAe\ 'Yr.-" i. 12/25. '., i "1500 mo. .income four fu.... rontels-Call R Bay 55.000
l UNK FENCE Install 1 1 n 1, __J+1
mach J .1 llMJ21J..... 8 CHAIN Large apt. complex en 301. goad cash flow own. tin. I
ad.:f r.p.tlmatesHan-
Realtor Associates-After Hour
0 (( '1'' :u"M" -:;. etyMon Fence to.964.8559. I Gerrl Lennan-Asseclete-44-3140

.... |Anne Terwllleger N Sally Kllllen.4487M5DON'S
T jII fNE4aa\ | the Office Shop. 110 I. Call == 4775-6"
I IR tlJ".dJA.nv St., Stark for details.,.
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NO jakBl\orrlTiooVrloneyv; ; : J ROOM 984-6372
at h8rrte.f/ intoP f?parrtlnw* !.
Write A/ 5T !Crtflnjarte" ,,,r\'The Recovery Room of .
lnc.r*'.OVoV 46V Lake We City Local' 01.,. ,.

BUIMtP."J1 lYI..II32054.:' ... .) *12/11.. ;Archie Tanner Funeral' Roofing of all types. Including i
4tp ,
OH4.S737 SM..... Pi.I repairs.

Qrl'tlaulfl' l.d I ,* Free Estimates I
? JDeodllne vapor Shell,Pecans I

-.C;....T"0 NoonMOBILE 1 1 I I 1 804 Reddish lb. Sampson Lake SR 230 Prompt. service .

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SERVICK POLES thru 6'" "
ATREASONABLE I We finance our own.
RATES' ; ftoal fifcMB*, KIRBYS Fast Rotary

Iro- .. 1 m$ '": 1 ROYALS Drilling Equipment

Olln'B Mobil EUREKAS
Horn* Sales I ""' HOOVERS


Pjfrne 964-5606 FILTER QUEENS
/lalih.M. Olin Agsrno I SEARS New A Used

COMMERCIALAlToUMfiS ,Sales-Parts-Service

r qc BIRCH'S '9645534 +a I E-Z Terms '

a11P PEST CONTROL:'; SERVICES 'c x I IIIlumilin-

0. .. The/ Mauler Killers v.1.*. Since 19S7 I
.9' NO German-Roach'Control' '* Oj<
For Positive "
New Installation
Rotes? YES!I."I' ,
Senior CUllen O.4a1 .
c.O"-T Special
. .. '" |,.K... 'Ii'; Smllesfwrrhef, I I. R.mod.llna Repair
.. Nell Court jSR 16"-Roberts Rd. I SterkeenlWMIJVSrVVVWVWWVW, .

s.wc. .. .ur .M."

Gkam m LOC Call Our Office Anytime : !: Bradford .;.

Ae-keyed' '."Locke Repaired i : Mini Storage : ; '
t.t.Lodes : '
HLL.. sat.RTYSYS1"EMS 473-3649:: "f' //'M' ,oo.t &&Murl of. .... ;:SUPPLr ,'.

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| Office) For R ant' '.:: ; 327 W. CALL ST. STASXEeFLA. -= P NV# ? :"43. Storage. Units, I Temple Ave.
December rem grow,.ain|>f }.Alnd''corwM; *: '. .!. 00 ft Up
-JS7 : mo
o*? Laura It. and Hwy. 109." .Stark*., t c r"OI't..r. par. Starke Fla. : .. :.
49-2795.9 Tin. ,. .. -. KYSTOME HEIGHTSfL;: : 473-3j33 i 473-2735, ,9647061. .


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many iedTagged"life" 1O am 1O pm ; ,a: f. ,

Sale Itemsthroughout _

the store j JlZoonllght Sale t' b ,:. ?

6 til Opm ',

some quantities ; 1
All Limited
Artificial No Rain Checks .
MMl Mgg m M*
Many other specials. to be announced during. this sale

'Christmas R dloFlyno Wipe Your ,;
TreeS wagonfift Tears

513 i% BABY a
2 sizes to 9
Reg.s15B8 sale
w. :
500/0 I
o H Wevtermincludes Ladies' q//
Roundup coats Ctr
Set: And ,,C

,,,, $ os9 Sale Jackets
1111 hat,rifle,2 guns t ;I
and holsters,vest and bandana .f $ 1
DynO-Mlke Reg.'13" 2 5 D OlE;
Wireless Pullover
Sweaters ,
M-ICrophone And Long Sleeve velour Tops '- t
I various styles and Colors WoodenTable 4p
to Choose From and

$700 25%Off Chair set Reg. sg?
Reg.'269BWllll Sate
eta w
*JV JeansReg.19" f Wh/ ..
SALE S 15 :::=::> se\ectNei oe t.U.es t\"e

Buster p'C
Brown a1'O 5 :
I infant and tA\f.lO! :;
Boys & Girls Entire off
AssortedCoats Table of Toddler SI. __
andJackets Fall Fashion Long SleeveSHIRTS __-_ '

ResffsWstS \

12 5Dcv Off a CO1'g Eectfut.eY

%Off 25%Off :-O-.III ...' .

Fall! Shoe Dlal-A-Brew Norelco
Christmas 4
10 cup automatic
25/o Coffee Maker Garland. O # ,

Asst.styles' and colors $18 SMI /' _
_'2'D off Merlin, the Computer Perfection

,ElectronicIVizzard Electronic Game ."'
Pop Corn Poppers '
Presto Popcorn and S20 Reg.'39", 2Gbl. :
wearever popcorn Reg.'39" solo .!
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pumper Sale i7 Mattel :

Punt, Pass Electronic. .:
& Kick .
: *. IB.ar.Reg.
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Y, $1' 2 Reg.31
110 Lb. .'19" sale
set '\;.
,-.'-.-- Tonka d ChipsBarbell
Reg.'41" SAU S2D Mighty Dump super Brake
TRUCK.Hot Cycle '

:, ; S 9 .'BS;. n ::
Sleeping Bags & ;- .:Reg.'14' Bale Reg.29": ola ;:

Body Robe S ., ..f.. Vow best buy is at ...... i Y f:

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