Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01420
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1981
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01420
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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,'. Forecast! Thursday through Sunday, Nov. 26-29, calls for fair, dry and : ?
:mild weather. Society. .'. .. ... Pages 5A'ALegals.
'Average:; rainfall for Bradford County this week was I/10th of an Inch; ..... ... ".. .Page 1t(
Tin Union County 3/10ths of an inch. The Santa Fe tower on US-30llOuth Correspondence... ... Page 7A<

recorded 3/10 Nov. 19, the Louis Hill tower at Highland 2/10 No. 20, and Sports. .. . .. Pages IO.II.I2AI
tooth Santa Fe and Louis Hill recorded 1/10 Nov. 24. .
> .;'Lowest temperatures of the year were recorded during the cold wave PKY LIBRARY

: that Invaded north Florida this week. Both the Department of Forestry SECTION B: ., The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven I

headquarters on SR-I west of Starke WPXE Radio of Starke recorded Brief. .. ... ... ., ,.. Page SB > OF FLA. HIS70RY'

the first freeze, 32 degrees, of the year Saturday, Nov. 21. Low Sundaywas Classifieds . .. Page ea'B I 'i ',. 103rd Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cent Copy
28, Monday 31, then Tuesday warmed up to a low.of 39. Lowest, Obit. ; .. .. ,. ... .. .. .Page IB 17th Issue Thursday November Z6,1981. IJSPS 062-700
,'temperature: prior to that was a 35 recorded Nov, 1$. I\ .

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,;;;;: A flick of'a' switch in the City of will go up less than under the presentone

1 Starke and the lights come on just like way tie, or isolated system.The' .
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a everywhere Right
city, as 'a result of Jablon'slitigation
It's residents and
: something'city
FPL with
charging being a
business take for granted But
people monopoly and with refusing to sell
will that to from
continue happen now
small cities such as Starke,
.'I .v ,' ,'' on? wholesale power, has been able to buy
Four members the Starke city
into, in a small the FPL
very way
-4 commission spent all day Saturday,
__ 4 St,Lucie' nuclear power plant now
; Nov. 21, with their electrical .
under construction The parallel tie ,'
: u t. and Washington, D,C.
I engineers
t Sims pointed out, will enable the cityto
Y' 1$ C r a
i: lawyer trying to J figure out how keep take advantage of that cheap "
that switch working for the next 20
when it is available.
: years.
....;. : yyoc The commissioners voted 4-0 Saturday Even if the cost of gas and oil goes
to: the could still use its enginesfor
.."".... ? up, city
short periods of t lime with an overall
', ., 'Authorize a $60,000 to $70,000; comprehensive -
Iffj w saving, Sims declared
? ; study to determine finally -,
\. '" if a parallel Interconnection with "It'll even work for a city' the size of
1\\;' Florida Power'' & Light is feasible Starke," said Sims of (he parallel in
If. : 4,,, The $2 millipn-plus project would terconnection.The .
f. i, allow the city to draw current from tie would make the city, an

1 any producer on the statewide power energy broker, a buyer and seller of
: -' grid and to sell excess power back to electricity', It would be insurance

M' I Ir4 7 1'i any electric. system which-wants, to against the failure or sudden distruc

k4 tv buy. lion of the city power plant,

.. Proceed with suit to
"I Yo a recover '
"Frankly, I don't think have
r: and lost from the you a
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,,' t' } choice, said attorney Jablon when
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which sold the
; YtA Worthington Corp. city
.'i. the council members questioned him
,7. : a 3,300 KW gas/oil generator in 1976
about the tie
: which has never worked properly. parallel
*1 .. .J The city has spent some $200,000 ,The city's generation capability. is a

repairing the engine, but it won't stay valuable commodity', Jablon said,
fixed and has been. down most of the and will enables the city' to work a bet

past year. ter deal with FPL.

Majorettes Drum Major Add Color, Spirit to Tornado Happenings...*:,. The new engineering report will be The city also has a very', very
done by R.W. Beck Associates of favorable contract for commercial
Bradford High majorettes are (l-r): Front, bottom: Angela Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Epps of Orlando. Principal Engineer Howard natural gas with Florida Gas
and Denise Griffis. Christie Johns, Starke Denise fe the daughter of Mr and Mrs. James
: Angela EJ>ps Standing: ; Sims and engineer' Steve Stem met Transmissions which runs! through
Tammy Starling. Drum Major Rennie Lennon Paula Grirfls of Starke; Christie Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. with the council Saturday. 1985 which means the city can pro .
Joiner, and, Wynette Joiner.. Charles C. Johns of Starke;Tammy I*the daughter of Mr, duce electricity cheaply The parallel'
.*..* .>....,- ,.. .... is Attorney Robert Jablon of thecW'ashlhglon
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and Mrs. pene Starling ol.l.awtt'y l iliil daugh&er "''__ ''''''.' \ D.C.. firm ofjvwegel: & tie would enable the nty y to take advantage -

K. 'wrto,:" nTi. *'* .MWrJ' rPl'1r(2( nlvttArLBY f dre al..o member"" lice."of. Mr!sad Mrs..D ItId'. roek..wk. .ae id Irtfe. ,iW9. >.".' ...'...,.,(t.'II.-r.,,."v,,McDermaid will ,:hi/idle the _Worthington -;,... 'Ot'that.. julattvi-jy cheap UicL+ 9 ; r ; '
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Mr. and Colon Joiner of Ron '
of Mrs. ** "
< marching band. They arc! required to plait. ah liwtru. daughter r'e.. suit for the city, Jabton,who for a period of rfme; he- pointed ouf:- '4L
misn r and Mr. Lennan ef arke..
be'maJorettes. nle' 'Is the son: Rev Levy '
as well as, .y }; also spent the day Saturday with the

council members said he will ask Florida Gas
Tallahassee attorney Joe Jacobs to
Wants to Negotiate

I Due 21 after'First Bill Jablon says the city has a good Jablon said Florida Gas Transmissions -
City Utility Payment Days claim, and agreed, to take the case on now wants to renegotiate its, present -
a contingency basis plus out of pocket gas contract with the < ;'.rs,

readers, are discourteous at times expenses. Florida Gas is asking for int- ,'.iscd
effective this month the
A utility customer who waits more and with cutting off utility customers.It Currently will send, second notices throughthe when coming to cut service off Dees gas costs now some more increase in

than 21 days after receiving) his first- was also reiterated that the commission's city mail, explained City Clerk Neil said there is not excuse for any City Power PlantA live years, plus a clause that would
of-the-month statement is to policy of strictly followingthe allow to rise automatically
subject discourtesy, but pointed out that gas prices
Tucker ..and that'll be it. Valuable
be cut off, said Starke commissionersafter cut-off policy will also be carriedout. many times the meter readers are CommodityAs I ', with not over a $225.ooo increase
a long discussion Nov. 17. The commission has instructed Explaining Commissioner the commission's Bob Milner position said- provoked. The meter reader should small as I the Starke power over the life of the contract which expires -

Dees to tighten up on allowing accounts simply do his job courteously and put system is compared to a giant such as Dec. :31. 1UH5
A second bill will be mailed is the allow lien-
21 there
days no way city can
to 60 90 120 days Florida Power &
get or Light, it is a
with the provocation, Dees said.
after the first bill, but whether or behind. cy provisions, that the city is not in up valuable commodity the city should Caution should be used dealing on
when the customer gets the second The issue was brought up by the credit business, and that cutoff'sare He told the council he would talk to make the most of, Engineer Sims told the gas contract Jablon told I IhC', coun-

bill is immaterial, he is still subject to several residents who said they made at the discretion of Utility the meter readers. the Starke officials which included City cil members. Don't promiseanything
Council Charles Schaefer thoughtthe
have his utilities disconnected 21 days Director Merrill Dees. and consult him. Jablon
represented six families who live in clerk's office had changed policy Clerk Neil Tucker, Utility Supt!.
after the first bill,.was the consensus Pine Forest SR-100. "We're people off Milner Power Plant said
Apartments on cutting without the council's direction in Merrill Dees Supt!
of..lhe city council. City Clerk Neil Rev. L.J. Coleman, a Pine Forest said, explaining the city is not allow- changing from hanging second George Graudons, and City Commis Natural gas prices are expected lo

Tucker, and Utiltity Director; .Merrill resident, spoke first and asked what ing accounts to get 60 or 120 days late. notices on door to mailing them. sioners Travis Woods, Bobby Milner. drastically increase, and reach parity'
Dees agreed. with the cost ol oil over the next fewyears
the city's cut-off policy Is.. is Vernon Silcox Jimmy' Crosby, and Mayor-
:Itwas: agreed to mail the second Dees said the city supposed to Mayor-Commission explained he !said
notice, instead of hanging the notice "Do you get notice before the lightsare send out a second notice, and his that he had asked the clerk Commissioner Vernon Silcox. Com
on customer's door, as has been donein turned off?" asked Rev. Coleman, department has been doing that. Dees Dees, and meter readers to meet to missioner Charles Schaeter told the The city' could save the $2, )XX). the past. "Or do you just come out and cut said second notices should have been establish consistent policy. Silcox mayor last week he would be out of the parallel he would cost over the

It was agreed by the three parties" ,them off?" Rev.. Coleman and Sam-' placed on the doors of the six familiesthe said all he was after was for all three town Saturday.The next I live years, said Jablon

that, as halt the practice, the city my McCutchen said no second notices same as their'neighbors. Dees departments to tell utility customers city currently produces about In litigation with Florida Gas over

clerk's office will be in charge of were hung on the doors of the six said he could not be sure what hap- the same thing. half its electricity' and buys the other the past 10 years, Jablon won'u $.I
mailing bills collecting the families who were cut off, but that pened about second notices to the six There was some miscommunication half from FPL via the I city's East I Call million settlement plus $1 > million additional -

and that Dees' office will be charged notices were hung on doors of other' families. among the departments, Silcox Street substation which can only' feed if more !gas is not made
residents also said the meter said. '
with collecting delinquent accounts apartments. electricity into Starke. available Back in the 7's( the city' of

Sims proposes parallel intercon- Slarke. for instance, was cut otl''

nection with FPL supplying a natural gas or limited in' the amount

I Student Count Short; (Casey Thinks He Can Make Itones and substantial which part would of the use city's the power city's it could got,

as peaking engines.
The July to October student count is there are not weighted, and Elementary School, including a steel After a public hearing, approved Cities Suing FPL
if the
down 88 FTE (fulltime equivalency) count only one FTE unit. covered slopped roof, and set final approval policy changes as follows: 1)) raisingthe FPL charges more city goes For Rights to Power
above below certain level. J If the
Units or some $89,000, from last sum- Adult vocational is minus 12 of the plans for the December purchase limit requiring bids or within a certain The group of cities including

mer's estimate on which funds are students, supplemental 'vocational 16 board meeting from $1,000 to $2.000, and 2)) increasedthe city FPL can stay rate a but if the range' Starke, which produce electricity' is in
based but Supt. Tom Casey told the minus 8, and the adult education value required for inventory from demand charges above one below certain city litigation now with FPL in the District
Bradford School Board Nov. 16 he students in the high school are plus 57. Okayed a vo-tech center request to $50 to $100. level the goes is or more. a The demand Court of Appeals. Jablon said.
;thinks he can end the year in the "1 think we, basically, are pretty host a continuing education course for charge,
follows each month
black. close to where we expected to be. I cosmetologists and the $800 cost involved j'Wa; told by Southside Ele, Prin- charge The cities ate asking. Jablon said:

The 83 FTE (fulltime equivalent think It.will basically come out in for two instructors. The course cipal Jesse Moore that the custodianis Cheapest way to buy power from 1 11 i more nuclear power rights for theirenergy

.:'student units) are mostly in special good shape," said Supt. Casey, .. registration fees will pay for the two doing as good a job as possible in FPL is to be able to stay' within that banks, 21 i 10 secure power t lies
educationEMR (educatably mentally First move toward making up the consultants, the board was assured. keeping a floor on one certain certain range, and to use the city' with the state of Georgia :ii to have a
retarded), TMR I trainable mentally difference will be hiring an additional Some 80 persons attended last year. classroom as clean as possible. The plant to supply the peaks in the city's statewide I transmission system nailed
retarded), and speeh handicapped.The truck driving instructor. The fourth The 8 hour course required each problem is not as bad as it is made to demand, Sims said. Shaving the down. 4) for rights! to a cooperative

July to'October count in grades instructor ,wil| enable truck driving year for practicing cosmotologists, sound Moore said in answer to peaks and achieving a balance with energy' producing structure 5i to

K-12 shows 41.73 FTE units over the ,courses to be started up every two Chairman JR (tJlml) Lawson who FPL. Sims said will save the city. eliminate legislation banning the sale

early estimation. However, there is a weeks, and will make up about one-: 'Approved a request for a $26,000' the said a parent had phoned him about money. of wholesale power to the cities Bi
problem '
cap on vo-tech students so the newd fourth of the present expected deficit, .grant for an instructional TV projectfor cheaper electricity sales, and 71 to
Casey said. By'that, Sims said he doesn't mean break down monopoly' suppliers oleletlncty
8182 If received this grant will The bell has been out the
system in electricity costs won't go up, but they' .
closed circuit television in
put band ,
and choral rooms since
In other Nov. 16 th School
action $ Southside and Slarke Elementary
A-Building was torn down, said BUS
Board: Schools. The high school and middle 'Principal Jim Duncan in answer to a

Approved 'design devel p nent"drawings school already have it, said CUr- question about another complaint.The 13,000 Pounds of Pecans Soldpecans
riculum Coordinator Lucille Payne.
worked it I is
of the addition to Hampton problem is being ; a
matter of running conduit across the Some 13,000 pounds of pecans were as they did the first week.
Authorized payment of $1,500 duesto school campus, Duncan said. bought by about 40 individual buyersat Allen said. Most people supplying

County Courthouse. the Florida School Labor Relations the second auction last Thursday, pecans said they I have some more
Service for a bulletin which keeps Was told by Supt. Casey that he Now 19, on the Starke Slate Farmer's nuts, a lot already' on the ground and
School Offices ,subscribers abreast of the latest actions had been too busy to send out bids on Market. that it is just a matter of picking them

In teacher negotiations in the ,additional equipment for the middle up.
To Be Closed FridayThe Prices were up a little bit over the
various counties. school cafetorium. ",.As soon as I can There will be no sale this Thursday,
first auction Nov. 12 when
Bradford County Courthouseand get some time,"' said Casey, remin- 19,306 Nov 26, Thanksgiving Day.
the local.School Administrative' ding the board he took the pounds were bought. On good quality
Approved an agreement/ for student on projecton nuts the price got up around 80 to 90 Next auction will be Dec. 3. Allen
____---00 Offices the will be has closed been Friday, .Nov;27, testing services with the North'' that basis cents per pound at the Nov. 19 auc- thinks that should be a pretty good
Telegraph told. East Florida Educational Consortium tion, Market sale After the first week, in
-THURiPAY.Ngy.JA. All banks Was reminded by Board Member says Manager Bobby
: stores and
grocery based in Palatka.. The Is December Allen will have to how
HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY businesses will be for business budget Rodney Hall that the board should in- Allen : see
-; Courthouse will be closed Friday, as usual. open $9,000. It is the fourth year the Brad- vestigate the need for redistricting. Quality of nuts was spotty. Growerssay the volume holds up to determine

Thursday'and. Friday School. are 'closing Wednesday. ford school district has participatedwith Board Member J.T Parrish' said he some trees 'In their' grove will whether to have another auction.

--- Thursday, and Friday,_Nov.25,28,27.; the consortium and saves the has to travel seven miles from, his have nuts ,well filled',,outj while 'If'the.volume Is substantial at the
---,- Thanksgiving holiday' For district money",said Supt._ Casey; district to vote. The county commis- another tree or variety in the same Dec. 3 auction, there probably will bean

.jS IQ9y. Dec > students'. and. teachers. School 'administrative sion' said Nov. 17 It sees no need to grove will not fill out properly. Allen auction the next week Or, if the
STAKE CITY COUNCIl offices will be open -Took part In awarding high school 'redistrict this year, that there not says. volume is down. Allen said he may
Meeting ;7:oo p.m. ,Wednesday but closed.Thursday. and ;diplomas to 33 graduates of the adult enough population shift to' justify ,The buying crowd was good, but'not' wait two weeks and have a final auction
: -- ., .Friday, > ', school, at the vo-tech center. changing,. district lines. as I many out. of owners brought the week before Christmas.


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ZA TELEGRAPH November%*, U81

... iiilf ,t''_''"yi na "ltfri --..'" ..1.1." *. .$ 5l.y : Hall
City to Have!!Qne'Phone Nuniber1VewnesNew

phones and one numeer "' meeting a'C the;request ot Rev. War. ,'. i zoning(prt.a), parfe; ( i inwes4, Starke

I 964-5027, for all city departments willbe ren;Langer, who said it is very- difficult near Orange! Stf e t,and'north Call
installed at the Starke city hall. for citizens to find out before the Streetartd "ear unopened Francis
The change will increase the cost of meeting what is coming up. The city Street from ItlC, medium density
the city hall phone system about $50 has no preprinted agenda, no minutes single family'residential, to R2A, low

per month than the present $608 base available, and the things which hap- density multi-family\ housing

cost, said City Clerk Neil Tucker. pen at meetings without representation Ely was turned down in October
Tucker said the Job of answering all lead to misunderstandings, Rev. when he asked t tp< have two blocks'surrounded ; -

incoming city hall phone calls will, in Langer said.Commissioner. ,,by'c', lH'Orange: Franca. '
the future, be rotated among the three Silcox pointed out and Christaln'" .Street* revlassijled -

,s Jett f / city hall departments, clerk's office,, that since the past three meetings from R1C to R-P, residential, prole! :"
t rr Gas Dept., Utility Dept., so that one there is a printed agenda, although hedoesn't sional. When area residents.objected ;:.-
i iI a department won't have the job all the always go by it. his request was turned tlpwn,by the
tl time. The city clerk's office currently Langer expressed concern about Starke Zoning'.& Planning! Board,
4 answers all incoming phone calls.In some things brought up at the end of a
: meeting with no knowledge The city zoning code requires a six

other action Nov. 17, the Starke beforehand, which he said leads to month waiting period before Ely Can
commission: distrust. reapply for another zoning change on
PVd' a..n +, the same parcel. This',waiting period
.wr- Accepted the low bid of RegisterOil Waived the six-month waiting i is what was waived by the\ omtnissioners. -

of Starke at $1.115 per gallon, plus period for Jerry Ely to reapply for < ,,
applicable federal taxes, for gas for
city vehicles. Torode Oil of Starke bid ,
$1.215, and Hyers Standard Oil of
Macclenny bid $1.1335. 5,306 Magic Number For Starke I

Leased two Ford Fairmont -
police "Starke has that few Pitman said.
now joined group examples,
cars from Shaw & Keeter of
Gainesville for $369.08 each of cities over 5,000 in population, Jim "I'm not promising!' any funds, but it
month. Gator Leasing offered $396.87 per Pitman, district planning engineerfor makes the city eligible for certain
the' Florida of if become :'
Department dollars they available,
month for two Plymouth Furies
per or
Transportation, told the Bradford Pitman said.
'389.31 for two Plymouth Reliants.
County Commission and Starke City
lie asked both the city and county to
Bought one Ford LTD police car Commission last Tuesday, Nov. 17. approve urban boundaries for Starke
: ::9i from Duval Ford for the trade-in That makes the city eligible for part that had I been drawn b> DOT. trothgovernment
of the million in federal urban
._.--. price of 5708. Duval Ford bid $8,310 $1 agencies did The boundaries -
monies made available to the
less $2,700 trade-in to get the $5,708. follow the Slarke
County Delivers Limerock... 16-county DOT district, Pitman present city
Nimnichght Chevrolet of Jacksonvillebid with few
limits, just a exceptionsmade
A county dump truck delivers limerock to Strawberry Road Foreman Leon Ellington !says the road Is In good a trade-in price of $5,923, Baldwin have pointed out. Of course, Starke will to follow/ road wa}!i. t
to for the funds with
acres Road between US-301 and the railroad track. condition since the rain let up and the road has dried out. Chevrolet $6,991, and River City compete
Chrvslcr-Plymouth $7,496. other cities over 5,000 in population, Pitman and James Dees, mull
such as Gainesville and Jacksonville. modal planning engineer for DOT,
Starke is listed in the 1980 census as met with the county coimimhmn! in a
Agreed to post a meeting agendan 1
Action Begun on Strawberry Acres Road ) the bulletin board in city hall and having a population of 5,306. !special' session Tuesday afternoon .,
on the drive-in window so citizens can So, it is possible for the city to Nov. 17, then met the Starke city
receive funds for a road resurfacing council that at its .
find out what is coming before a night regular sew
Residents of Strawberry Acres, off road as soon as the weather Im- Commissioners told the Prescott's at job, or a traffic signal, just to cite a sion.
US-301 north between Starke and proves. the October meeting the 'county road

Lawtey, are angry because little has Problem is, the road to StrawberryAcres crew will haul in additional limerock, SChoIl\lcnllt. s frank AccountantIncome
but said there is no money seen in the Young -
boon done, as promised, to repair the road is in a low area. It runs
road leading from the highway to near future to pave the road.
their homes. between two cypress ponds. Strawberry Acres was originally lirailhNil Middle Sihwrf.VTmli' Tax Accounting Services ;
The county limerocked the road to developed by Walter Williams of School and all Bradford ('01111(3Klcmentarj .
Ashton and Margo Prescott, help the mud problem. But when it is Jacksonville. : Schools ; 3 Mi. N. of Starke U.S. 301

residents of Strawberry Acres, dry limerock is dusty. Limerock During wet periods water flows t
presented! a petition bearing the roads also have a tendency to develop westward across Strawberry Acres November :iio-llrcpniher Iko"ld 954-5139

names of 44 area residents complaining potholes, which take continual filling. toward US-301. \ ,, .lO.Kihh, .. .
about the road's conditions to the .- --_. .._-_ _._. __ .__ ..__.._0 _.__ 0.' ..ou_ ft.u...._......\.h'.".m""............ .....r.d.,1...-port"...... .,........,.chuII'lIrll..........,..., 1uini|>
Bradford County Commission during 'nimriut..... I.CYiili: ', eradttri. 10111...'. ritimiiiM"'
its first meeting in October. ks roll. |"im"|>pli'uml' ,' milk ;
At the time, the residents were sa ni liifMl.i. I...>. !.(Luke. & rtiv. ilioNi' xh'".
gram. hutiim, ",%,d,,...hlrKljttM find milk'Ihlrr.du ,
complaining about potholes and dust. ', I..... :.l.lioritiK & minim. cjihlNigi1 slaw.hmitiiiu .
Recent rains have alleviated the dust pmltlmtt. whuul rollH ami milk .
problems, leaving in its' place an ail- .'rhill'. I..... lSpUKllHII WI 1111,1 HjlULt*. l4ll....NllX.X.irdtit You're Invited .
but impassable mud quagmire. Kultid',. ii|>|II li*ci"i 01>, lid nIx mill milk ..'

Ronnie Bradshaw, a resident used HruclfonllliKhSiho..! ;lPr {
his tractor to pull out six vehicles that w/ M01x \o\rmht-r:::111-1...... I To Our of
gill stuck Tuesday night, Nov. 10. Regular
George Lee pulled out another three 's
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vehicles the same night. ha, Customers'

By Wednesday, Nov. 11, the road Nr hu "Ht' |> Hrnnii, pintuippli1 llpHHtiMtiKtn,' cjiki, uhivil
had been
graded, and was passable
mils...,,' hulkw.rbudxy
but I the Prescotts and other residents ,Ike.i/vrgiuhlex: ,'up' crurke.. Appreciation s
/toll that the original problems with i' "i 1 llllttiC llUKt ilppl'XIMIU ark.. u'mil'' HUlk
potholes and mud have not been 111 trsditt |h' I. ('|UH.*V tux dnlel
... ,
.1 d. .if, .oil1iiul milk j
cured .' ho.lI.\ I..... ,.f in .11 Uu'bl.inkil. ....k... .hi. .."ol Day
Back in October, the Commissioners r.ulihiiHl, 'Irllll' alp, and' milk

hoped agreed to have that the dust road is a in problemand shape. :, v tt ,,. /t '.4/1kwklt4,1f. .\-I.a-'url... ,k l d .Friday & Saturday" ..
by the time it rained.' 4 r.i i M.hkr .1111'11.rrx. j. .. jt' 14iylt,') i. ,
I f' I IritCf. mllk.h"k. "Jr. .
After looking at the road, the com- 'llMMlit%, INv I.lie? ,Abut, HC'IH. Krwuli liu*. I; *"j: F -'" .
missioners promised the Prescotts milk luikttt. PIIIU .
that the county will repair the road n /f : r "' ., .tliiiti,iiiuiiit. |>"/", Kinitli 15 % Off
.. lilt milkihiiktvItmrMlitt.
and haul limerock in where --- ,' '' << -- _. ,',. .. lit1. .ILtmhm..KIT* pi/Ai Kmuli tin*.
necessary Slogging Through the Mud... imlkiihukiKtrliliit. On All
According to Mrs. Prescott, county .w.:!ill'l//J. H'tirli .Im. *.thiliiiiKt' .>iH.iMilksli.ikiw. MerchandiseOur
ollicials had been contacted again Ashton Prescott and son, Noah 4, wade through the mud Nov. I II I, vn .. .
and promised to mix limerock on the Strawberry Acres Road. Way of Saying Thanks *

THI AOFORO For Your Business ;.
I Tornado Talk I
b'Vieki..Cm"t. .
_ ._
n very Thursday /!
.t 130 W. Call St.t ikJJ Bradford
thought for the week Another project is planned for Dec. The dales fur the pep rallies are Dec. Slarti, Florida 3101S ,7;
Kindness is Christianity" with it'su 12 by the Key club. Babysitting for ::1, 111, and 17. S oars r.
in kiii)4 clothes on. mothers who want to the .
spend day '..
end Clati
poitag paid at filr ...
Christmas will be Seniors: : r
shopping provided Stark,FloridaSubicrlptlon :<< .
( IIngral ul..tinns to the BUS band. from 9am until 5pm at the Methodist Wednesday, Nov 18 was I tie last t ()A..L.4AJL' 965051 a!- Ir1rT
The were I linahsls in the contest in Church Fellowship Hall. The childrenwill chance to order graduation announcements lIot.., :'"

Jacksonville Sat., Nov. 21. They werecompeting need to bring a sack lunch, and lor this/ year. If by .., LI
In tr d ar $'.00 par ,.., r 'I 11'1a
against 24 other bands. the Key club will provide the drinks. chance L
you missed ordering .
yours ".
$5.00 tin month. {fll .'
hand l # .4 (1I1
won first in their division the representive will be back J '_
and then went on to become finalists Clubs: sometime in However ; .
January. theannouncements
in ihi. whole contests. The BHS Drum Outild erode oral $10.00 par'..' .
that are ordered dur $S.SO U month "*
major, Keiinie Lennon, was awarded There is a Tennis meeting scheduled ing January \\'Ilinol he delivered the .. 0

t"I STANDING DRUM MAJOR at for Tuesday, Dec. I, in Coach same tune as I those ordered earlier
'the' contest also. The band has accomplished McGrilfs room! 1801)I. If you are interested VISA'S.

great honors, and should but cannot attend the Campus Capers .
bo recognized as such. WE ARE meeting, contact Coach McGnff. Khanilice
I'IWUU tW YOU BAND! !II! Slroud and Debbie lit l '. it )
Phillips, are awarded the neatest /tirmnu. 0
Clubs: The faculty council has approved locker award for this )'ear. Only 4 COME AND FEAST
The Fellowship of Christian three pep rallies for December. students I ripped on their books, coatspapt'rs. WITH US
Athletes KCA) has scheduled its These will be held on consecutive and .
meetings for each Wednesday mornings Thursdays starting Dec. :3. The first opened their locker other !items! when th > THANKSGIVING '
ol each month.A pep rally will be for the wrestling .
hay ride and bon-fire is scheduled team and the next two will be for Renee
lor Dec. 5. At the next meeting,Wed., boys basketball and girls basketball.The and Dawn Wimbeil Scott, Adriene be Pollard, ".. .' Take the Family Out to 1
!)ee.2, details will be discussed further pep rallies will be in the form of can lound
He-take anywhere by their giggling It gives Our Buffet Style Thanksgiving Meal
pictures for the annualis an exhibition by the scheduled team. them way!
MIOII. Be at the meeting and get the a
information. Coach Faulk has InCoroIII..Iion .. I 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ; ''i
for those that cannot attend ,

Leaders of America) assisted at the SWEETN SOUR
banquet for the accreditation team. PORK ;

Their help enabled everything to run Starke BAKED TOM TURKEY w/DRESSING & GIBLET GRAVY .
The science club will be having a Hearing tests using electronic equipment will be given on Friday, Cranberry Sauce :

rock-a-lhon on Dec,4 and 5, from 7 Green Bean AlmondineCorn ,
until 7 am. Good luck on rocking pm the November 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our hearing aid specialist will -

night away! !! be here. on Cob :

Our artists at school in the Art club, Potato Souffle All $
have a project planned in which all ,> 4 6 5-
juniors and seniors are needed. They These tests have been set because many people'suspect they p Broccoli Au-gratln FOR :

ask that all juniors and seniors get in 9
have trouble hearing and UNDERSTANDING. I Ten Item Salad Bar
Use of the latest
touch with a member of the art club

or go by and see Mrs. O'Brian in the electronic equipment will indicate whether there is such a Desserts Included Plus Tax
art room. Their project is designing problem Apple Cobbler/Banana Pudding/Pumpkin Pie
t-shirts with the year in which the and if it can be electronically helped. Some of the causes of Children Under 12 Half PricePa.e

class will be graduating and it will hearing loss will be explained, and diagrams of how the ear.
have each signature
persons on it
from that class. They are starting work will be available for those Interested. t) WE WISH,YOU A.. o e

with juniors and seniors. If it Is a success 1Ji Hk'UI
the other classes will be design-
ed.The Everyone, especially senior'citizens,. should_ hove their hearing

Key club has numerous activities tested electronically at least
t planned according to Jennifer once a year. If there Is trouble at all

Nix. the new president. On Dec. 3 hearing clearly, even those who wear hearing aids and those

they from will different have a slave auction. People told nothing could be done, should have a test with the lostest '
organizations will be _
auctioned off by a "true" auctioneer method of hearing correction.The \ \.
l I.l various people who-want to buy
them. :.r

Dec. 4 will be slave day on which electronic hearing tests will be given on Friday. November Of Starke .

the slave must do anything that the"master" 27 at Koch's Drug Store 166 W. Call St .
wants, as long as it is permitted
in the school code. For a whole
day we will be living with real live S
slaves! Appointment for Friday con be arranged by calling 964.6757 "

Dec. 5 the key club will be doing a Please r ,
call for
service project for the school. They an appointment rV +

will be painting barrels to post around (
to avoid
the school as trash cans! I thought waltlng-
slave day enon Friday! !

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1 'y/4A 2 EPA WithdrawsJf$.l.35OOO From:,; '

h Sf1I1J ; ,. ." ; .

Starke Sewer System;: Rehab Project

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$135,000 of federal funds for step sion by Mayor- Commissioner Charles Tallahassee to continue with the
t ;; three of Starke's sewer system. Schaefer that *cause of President wastewater management program
J' rehabilitation have been withdrawn Ronald Reagan 9 crackdown on spending despite the withdrawal of funds.
'. by the Environmental Protection ,- the $7e million worth of grant The $135,000 project was previously
: : Agency, according to a letter the city funds for Florida for fiscal 1980-81 are approved last October, but when
: \\J o; received from EPA on July 28. no longer available: President Reagan issued his order the
_ ,' r The City was urged by Richard W Department of Environmental
The information was called to they Srilh of the Bureau of Wastewater Regulation and EPA had to withdraw
# h A* 2 attention of the Starke City Commis- Management and Grants, I in funds for the project.Jacksonville. .
tF '
"P e ; : v
Winter Springs,
,i :'' !
F Ir, DeLand, St. Cloud and Ocala also had

Starke Post Office Hosts SeminarBill ,presidential projects. scrubbed order by the same

Starke Is under order by DER and
Bill Hdrdison, Postmaster of the one hour several questions) were EPA to update its sewer and
Starke Post Office, hosted a postal answered regarding mailing 'large wastewater system. Last year the CI-
seminar Tuesday, Nov. 17,at the Holiday quantities of mail to save local ty of Starke under court order had to
I Inn in Starke. businesses money. Stressing the importance pay over a million dollars under a
S Aided by several other persons:: in of economics all ,speakers federal grant to purchase 200 acres of
,.,. ... '" ., -.- the postal system, Mr llardison agreed there would not be another' property from Fred Mueller off US
., !. -',''' ", .' ., ,':iIi:.. I presented several pertinent facts postal hike for another two, possible 301 South of Starke for an effluent
1 : "" . ,ii1'I' .. .. ". ..ioW'1i.r. three, according to the
regarding mailing of parcels and years spraying area for the proposed new
i.LbBAZs regular mailing to a crowd of" approximately Postmaster: General in Washington.Also system.
Smartles... 35 business persons present. discussed:: was the construction The city is planning to build a spray

Straight-A student at tbe middle school: for the first Back row- Robert Thorpe, Lynn llolt/.nitlmf, Karen Assisting Mr. Hardison in the presen project going on at the present time at irrigation system on the Mueller pro-
six-weeks are (I-r)1 Martin Marsenna Brantley. lation were Assistant Postmaster. the local post office. Stating there had perty to comply with federal and state
Maurice Overstreet, Sr. J.E. been $00,000! ( allocated for the improvements -
Bart llseih( david
row- Neighbors, Wendy Not pictured: Sherri llarrrll and Shil. mi Chuff.
Thorpe, Jason Brown. Workman, Jr., Sectional Center made, Mr. Ilardison said Bessent Hammock and Ruckman,
Manager Postmaster Division ut there had been a handicapped ramp Jacksonville engineering firm, is
Jacksonville, : Arvie Hughett. installed, windows:: replaced, a new handling and advising the City of
Manager ol Statistics and Branchesin air conditioning system installed and Starke on the I steps needed to build the
9 BMS Students Straight-A the Jacksonville postal division; un over all program for saving energy' new system.
: Ms. Barbara Devine, Sales representative instituted. Hardison also stated there The money to purchase the Old Air
lor Pitney-Bowes, manul'aclurer hud been an awl'ullot of public abuse port Property came from federal

Nine of some 800-plus students,just Robert Thorpe: son of' Mr. and Hamilton, Margo Kussels I: and Jell' t ol postal meters, and Customer ol the no parking sign in front ol! the funds. When Mueller did not accept
1.12 percent of the student body, at Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke Parliment Service Representative, Mr. lloucknf post office, resulting in the possibilityof the original order of the court luo''
Bradford Middle School earned : Jacksonville. mll\l ing all pick up and drop boxesto years ago and the case went to trial
straight-A's for the first six-week A-B Honor Roll During the question and answer the rear of the post 011 ice in the last year, the entire amount was:
grading period which ended Oct. 5. : Seventh Grade: Chuck V/burn:/ session which lasted approximately near future. repaid the city by federal funds.
117 more BMS students earned Suzanne Dyal, Thomas Moon, Debbie
Straight-A students are: places on the A-B honor roll Parrish
for the Stephanie Sams:: Maria
r't--f ____ _'lJ'J'.1
Eighth Grade: first six-weeks grading period, mean- Thomas, Greg Wiggins! Shaun
ing they had no grade lower than a B. Schmidt, Jody Baldwin, Angela Montgomery 4-H News f
Marsenna Brantley, daughter of These students are, by grade: Jackie Nguyen, Cindy

Starke.Mr. and Mrs. Gerald. Brantley of Eighth Grade: Amy Jo Carter, Parado, Stephen Akridge ,Joel :COMMITTED DEDICATION

Karen Martin,daughter of Mr.and Amy Clark, Taffy Hall, David Jones, Brewer Michelle Burkhalter, Deena Have you ever said, "Don't du as:: I 1i,
Mrs. Ralph Martin of Starke. Tonja McCloud, Theresa McCollum, Cox, Teresa Crews Bradford Green, do, do as I say do"? If you have, you
Sharon Martin, daughter of Mr. Monica Maslowski, Melissa Payne, Phillip Moore, Kelly Jackson, Johnnie realized that this saying simply ....
and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Starke. Michelle Sexton, Deanna Tomlinson, Clark Barbara Balkcom, Tamara ,, doesn't work with youth. If you'veever :
Moody, Logan Ricks, Pamela Will- tried to live this << U< -
Lynn Holtzendorf, daughter of Mr. Latanya Tyson, Melissa Williams, by philosophy, ..
and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf of Starke. i James Wilson, Donna Barker, Tam- ingham Leslie; Wood Gary Wise, you ve realized that people follow '.1" /. ..' ,
my Dempsey,Allison Denmark Allen Kristin Alday, Tammy Thomason, your example of life more than they; .
Seventh'Crade: Gonzalez, Denise Gullion, Elizabeth Sheryl Wimberly M"IUleBryant, follow jour verbal instructions.
Shilynn Chaff, daughter of Mrs. Hatmaker, Lorries King, Mary LI, Douglas Kertig; David Barnes Accepting the fact that we all Influence -
Bobbie Faye Chaff of Starke. Stacy Parrish, Evelyn Pennell, Pam Christopher Farmer, Donna Langley, other people, everyone,
Taylor Sue Nettles Audrey Pierce, Lisa Rix, whether you're involved in 4 H or not,
Sherri! Harrell, daughter of Mr.. Cindy Winkler, Christa Lisa BECAUSE WE CARE. .. .
Waters Bowen Justin like
Stacey would to exert a influence
and Mrs. William Harrell of Brooker. Moody, Bonnie Geiger, Paula McKinney positive -
Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and Donna Parado, Stacey Reddish, Williams,'& Donna Bonnett. on those around'us but do
Edward Hall Sixth Grade: $abnna, Ford, wt'"' It's easy to act out one 1
Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. James Hayes, Richard message
O'Steen, Nancy Shuford, Melissa Michael Barber Stephanie. O'Steen, when we're trying to teach anotherone It is our deep commitment to
Sixth Grade: Griffis,. Lynn Bowen, Kelliene Merle Packham., Sharod Patel, If a leader" preached cooperationand
James Neighbors, son of Donald Baldwin, Tracy Bollinger, Erica Richard Taylor, Lisa! Tierney" Jennifer I then caused turmoil getting her offer the finest in traditional
,Neighbors of Starke. Gruen, Jerri Hall Tina Harris, and Jody Brown and Lisa' point across::, she'would be defeating!
Jason Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jennifer Johns Mosley. her mirpose,, We all have to be carefulto services and burial
: Achievement Lacheron- arrange-
Marvin Brown of Starke. display what we are trying to
Perry, Melody Starling. t)die Caltsell
: teach.
David Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Scholastic Achievement: Honors:' Penny Hsieh ments. We here to
Robert Thorpe of Starke. Thomas Parker, Irving Meres, David John Kuhne. Angela Widener" and tend People especially of 4 H age of 8-18 are provide
to learn a great deal about life
and about how to behave through serene surroundings; and considerate -
observing and imitating others. :
Trifnltuftre r tr in ,,...,W salth experts call this "modeling"i .c nselin.in times ,
i ; f ;
4-H.leaders S
of Bradford .
.'-. "".I ". :.i : i I' realize this and the Bradford County County 'r ** fKlnt 'N*.>1"'hrr"MP..ti..wr; .*r jfjjjrjvji rw tr-'tt 'i\VHitof t

.,4 H members are fortunate to have sorrow.
Final Grid ( ;tmt<*st gUOII4'Hmodeill"
to follow.
Working together at 4-H or any
The list: weeK wa:, f tjio best 01 the oilier group activity is really nothing
i season fI,,' our pigskin 'puKeers, as :25. more than people helping people. And DeWitt C. Jones
I entrants missed 4 Dairies or less in our nothing less, for after all, isn't it.getting ,
I Football Contest along with others that make the Funeral HomeStarke
I Truman Strong ol lawtey was the world tick?!
I best of the bunch nuking just:3 gamesto 4-H is open to all without regard to
win the$25 pll Ue race, color, sex or national origin. If
The long list of those; missing: : 4 was: you would like more information call 1tt"lItallloopitalllt"IN Keystone
Willie Brown, Mike CtJvin\ Ulysses the 4 H Office at 964-6280, ext.,224 or 9CI-6200) Walkers-hairs l73-U7ti: :
Dommon, Mike Oi/vin| / Aaron C1 visit us at the Agriculture Building cm
Bryant Richard Gt'itlU Belinda north :301. A
FFf.4'' e0 ; Acree Glover Bud
Peggy Spears, Cole
.,.._ -_.._-...,+ .. .. ,,. w Childers, Ti tsh Jones Billy Heevner,

S Prayer Breakfast Leaders... Daren Chandler, Michael McDuffie,
Donna Samons, l.ury Brown Ricky
Rovi'Bob'%ruer; left,Starke Kiwanis President Steve Filch and Rev. Warren Starling, VII' ease Jones, Vicky Koy.ier. U
Langerv Spiritual Alms Chairman o ,the local. club presided' over the Daniel Duffy! Judy Dulfy, Bob Milner.

Prayer"Breakfast.OVferSjO'Xttend'f, Riley Sweat Jr.. Kevin\ John.
., I :" ., 'A' Just about t\erlJul missed New
Orleans over Houston' while other tough .S

Breakfast choices wel'e.tit'Jets over the Dolphins,
San Diego over Oakland, and Kl'fltut'kyn"1'.n" ___

On Wednesday, Nov. 18, the Kiwanis
Club 01 Starke sponsored a special '
Community Prayer Breakfast at the 'l
.. (
Western Steer Restaurant. Over 50 people : i' \ :
from the various churches: in the \\US".U. l O'II'r', : : ; ''n fi.S:
[1\11 :
( (. f. f,
community were present to hear the c' '" :....... a
Rev Bob Breuer challenge them with to' J" : ; : : ,: -
the theme "I Care, Therefore I Am." ; V4Y'
: ;
Rev. Breuer; minister of University _
United Methodist Church and Student $ () ; : e
Center, explained how it actually takes ( .,g/wt.r/?, ; tf i _____

more effort and energy to turn a deaf
ear than to share. He issued a recommitment Terrific
," \\.t ,,' \ !)fh,1, $:,! ;
to the facts, faith develop- ,!! 'i".o'\ ,:. lt.f
: : >'J'' "" "; Channels!
ment, fundamentals of life and fervorA & '
popular project of Kiwams clubs .f .
throughout the country, this event was! / tt ,

the breakfast first held was in the Starke; Attending the'of' lTiurn, ...". ,, Tat..ltes.. ,, .. ,', .". .. .. ., ..'.. '. .,. I .
past governor -' :
Kiwanis Jack Field. All arrangements :'Sf )I'' "a" .S' 21"2;i ,_
r (
were made by Spiritual I ; : l J.. ;: : :) < :>

Aims Committee of the Kiwanis Club of .. ,.. : .. .. ..

Starke.: ;30" ,," .''.5".. ;q...'..6/f.::. : : : ( ':" .'sr"t.f".; :." (. ,{:: .)'f.oiid"'i, :.ra. .g,, :; .. '. IN THE BEGINNING
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Still Room for Thanks .': .when Keystone Heights Was Bom w

Oo 11'.! ,c..,'.., -

important services were all l moved)

In spite of high interest Observers find this willingness Mention the name of Brooklyn and when the new town of Keystone Heights
most people immediately think of the came into being in the early 1920s. -
rates, high inflation, high to talk about nuclear bustling city by that name in New York

government deficits, high proliferation not surprising i in State But at the turn of the century As Mr. Baker told it: 1

unemployment, and a myriad view of the economic troubles there was also a Brooklyn, Florida, "Somewhere around the year 1B2uJ.J

other troubles that beset our now besetting both the U.S. located just a few miles north of Lawrence bought the holdings:of
and the U.S.S.R. The Keystone Heights in the vicinity of present J.B. Zeall comprising the greater part
political social and economiclife Reagan
day Parkof the-Palms k of the old town of Brooklyn about
there still remains plenty administration freely admits half mile north of Keystone Heights one't,

to be thankful for on this that the nation's economy is in Brooklyn had a store, a post office,' a

Thanksgiving Day 1981. recession-a slowdown that is hotel and a railroad station all of which "Mr. Lawrence immediately began
(except the hotel) were later moved to jVfj clearing and planting
expected to get much worse pecan groves in
Chief of these things, before it gets better. On the the newer site of Keystone Heights when : ,10-acre plots mostly supervising the
and J.J. Lawrence and his associates with the assistance of older
perhaps, certainly one of 1Z planting an
Sunday before Thanksgiving started a new development in the
the most significant is the early1920's. brother Joe Lawrence This continued
President Reagan was actually until
at a fast pace some several hun
fact that a glimmer of hope ] threatening to "shut down" S I dred acres had been planted and under

has arisen that the United the government because he But Brooklyn in 1900 must have been 'cultivation. These 10-acre plots were

States and Russia may at and a very pleasant place to live, according .. sold investors and maintained by the
Congress could not
agreeon' to the following column published by
long last 'start talking aboutthe Lawrence Developing Co., maintenance
tax cuts and budget cuts. the Telegraph in March of that yearunder ,
.. being supervised by Capt. Heiberger.
foolhardiness of threatening The federal deficit' has now the heading, "THE VNNEIGHBOIUlOOD" _w ... ., .- --...... '
each other with
nuclear reached a trillion dollars for : "In the meantime Mr. Lawrvtfcb

devastation. They may, instead brought in his brother; J.H. (Ju sf
the first time in history. >
sit down and start talk- "The southeast corner of'Bradford Pictured In 1924 In front of their new Keystone Heights home are four Lawrence to assist in running the hotel
County has a wavy surface, oaks and members of the Lawrence family orginal developers of Keystone
ing sense instead of a "pot andkettle" Russia likewise has good other hardwood trees are mingled with Heights. Standing left to right are Agnes Lawrence. John Lawrence to take care of prospective buyers, and
F.M. Frank<(< ) Walrath. Sr.. in
attempt to outdo each domestic reasons for putting the pines and pretty lakes with sandy and Jess Lawrence. Seated In front,ls the father of the two Lawrence and supervise sales of the assist l

other in futile and dangerous its money to better use than margins are all about. This section, accessible brothers. lots. pecan grovesand ,

name-calling. continually building more by the G.S. & F. railroad,, is
nuclear part of the lake region which covers a cellent family live in a fine and comfortable rooms, tastefully arranged, tell of the "After checking the layout' elf tJll'Brookl'n
Finally, and belatedly, weaponsweapons large area of the counties to the east and residence; he is well-to-do by his neat and skilled housewife. Happy is he townsite, Mr. Lawrence
President Reagan seems to be that neither the U.S. nor south. The landscape is idyllic, the own labor, and is one of the best known who is a guest in one of the 'lakeland' became dissatisfied and acquired sum
Russia can afford to use climate salubrious, and the water good. and best liked men in the.county. hospital homes." same
2M) one-half
making some effort to dismissthe acres approximately mile
unless they want both nations, -Blazer south ol the old of
concern, both at home and "The people of this section are PROF. E.A. KENNEDY the noted ___ Brooklyn. He immediately
abroad, that he and his and perhaps the entire world, remarkably intelligent and enterpris educator, cultivates the soil with the The Professor Kennedy mentioned began building his honu:m.
this tract and had it surveyed and ;
annihilated. A recent televi- platted
Department of State are more ing. These traits are obvious from the same good success that he does the abovewasthefatherdS.ESethKenminds <(< into lots
interested in a nuclear arms sion special showed Russians fact that they have left the old ruts and of the 'young idea,' and solves nedy< who still lives in Keystone oi his close,friends bringing and some brothers half than(who
for food itemsin instead of working for Eastern cotton all problems in farming by (the rule of '
than in up scarce Heights, and also the father ot the late also constructed homes .
race they are "cooling adjacent; to Mr.Lawrence's
mills and Western provision threeintelligence, and .
Moscow. Russia faces gamblers, perserverance May Kennedy who taught in the new home .
it" with the Russians.
they work for- themselves. elbow
severe economic and political grease. Keystone school for many )'ears. Professor

Mr Reagan made a surprise problems, not the least of "It took determined efforts to accomplish R.E. FOXWORTH is an extensive County Kennedy< schools taught including several a Bradford small-

proposal to Leonid which is a poor supply of food. this, but it Is done; done first farmer, well off, and the very prince of one-room school then located in the "Mr.' Lawrence also started construction -
by raising good fellows And, as he his broad i4 the Keystone Inn and the laoEd ( ,
Brezhnev, prior to the nuclear many early vegetables. sees southeastern tip of Bradford County to
weapons talks soon to start in If Mr. Reagan and Mr. Irish potatoes, strawberries, melons, acres mirrored in the blue lakes, he serve the Brooklyn area, a one-time Wiggins came in from Grew Owe
Brezhnev are as smart as the peaches and grapes for the market. The answers the question, "Is life worth liv prosperous farming section. Seth Kennedy Springs (contracting the wiring/ anal{
Geneva, for a nuclear .tradeoff" of their respective na- soil is light, deep, and warm. When appliances ing?" with a ringing "Yes sireee! remembers attending school there plumbing in the Inn and other building
which the Russians immediately people for built at that time"During
raising water become
tion says the students got their drink
s would like to believe
turned down. Evenso cheaper, then all these little lakes will "The CHRISTIANSENS, uncle and ing water from a small pond located
it was a start in the right they will find some way of sit- furnish water for the hillside gardens. nephew divide farming with store nearby. One day he and some friends this period curly ('IJfISIJ'U}';

direction. In spite of his rejec- ting down' together like keeping and make a success of both were racing to the pond for a drink ol' lion, Mr. I.a\\Tencebrought in Mr. "'N'Ifl1I'r I
leaders and statesmen, instead "The truckers are prepared for cold The younger of these gentlemen is a water and he failed to put on brakes wionught out the writer Tracj"
tion of Mr.
Reagan's proposal, of zealots snaps in the spring, and if one crop devotee of the heliographyic art and soon enough and fell headlqng into the W. Baker who was then owner of the
it is obvious that he, too, is interested fails they compel another to make up for' 'presses the button' when a scene or pond. "I had to go back to schooT and Brooklyn !store and was ,ul.xopostmaster ,
in deflating the intent on nuclear destructionof the loss They take in money the year scenery strokes his fancy dry out by the big wood-burning stove and station agent Mr. Carr

spiraling nuclear boom. It the world, and' find some round and as a result, live well and we used for heat in those days: ," Mr. took over the store and the dullest

was just disclosed last week way out of the 'present im- surround themselves with many com "E.H.HDLLYERisalivemechanlol Kennedy says. piKUiuibter and station agent and
passe.' forts that the cotton farmer must do Brooklyn, as well as postmaster and about a year and a half later moved the.

that Mr. Brezhnev wrote without.Lack of space forbids mere station agent. He has a large stock ot The school was located in Bradford store, post office, and station to the new

President Reagan as long agoas Mr. Reagan has taken the than a brief mention of the following goods sells at metropolitan prices and County but the store post' office! and 11).1II' Keystone Heights." Mr. Carr
last May suggesting that first step to dispel the image dwellers in the"Brooklyn neighborhood enjoys a good trade He is assisted by "railroad station were just( aCl'lJSli' the was: a (cousin ol Miss Gertrude Houswj

there be negotiations to seek ,that he and; Mrt,.Haig have at tfii time r .,U-4- -his!father:, a fine'old genUenhen,-and line in Clay County<< in the vicinity ot'the I who taught hoc n\an'yC4&; ,ijn"Uu-,

solutions "Of practically, all built up over the past'11 mon- J:'&.-ORiNEEt-promiirenf-ar 4T'- 1'EBldenceoppl1Sit with his family ,lives store., in**a-stylish, -:": present Park, -o the Palms I '. nmit Keystone at Fark-ot-lhe-l'atnis.school and p."w,Ii uu\ !#! m gelrl'ih,

major questions existing between ths that their administration farmer fruit grower, and land holder. Whatever
us." It has not been explained is lukewarm toward nuclear He is at present setting out 20 acres in "While the men do their best as to Brooklyn? As tor the town ol
is little
Brooklyn it
why Mr. Reagan arms control. Mr. 'Brezhnev peach trees, and as the soil is peculiar breadwinners the ladies do their full The late T.W. (Tracy) Baker who reiiK-inlwrwl.! and the name lingers m

delayed so long in sending Mr. has also expressed interest in !ly adapted for this, fruit, this is no doubta duty as housekeepers. Tempting served at one time as storekeeper, train only II1l/JfIllt'Ctl(1I1.itJl, Brookhn n Kike.. .
good Mr. Viands
venture: Griner and his ex- plenty of them, comfortable .
and near which
agent, it
Brezhnev a similiar signal negotiations and has said, postmaster says these three was located.Forester .

that he was interested in sucha "We will never 'build up the

proposal. fire of war." Letters to the Editor -

These are changes in attitude The best hope that Urges ,

by the two great Americans and Russians, BUS is Honored Former Truck Driving 1981 Gridders "

for which the entire world powers can alike, can have for a thankful By Its Coaches, Students Point Out Not Losers Under Winners CIP Group to i'

be Thanksgiving is that both Say Former PlayersDear
thankful this November 26. Errors in BCT Article Present BIIS Coaches

leaders mean what they say. In the Editor: several Subject: Your article "Former would; like Grow Fresh Atif
past weeks we have Students Air' Complaints About Truck to take this opportunity to ,
read your editorials concerning thisyeer's Driving Instructors"Listed thank ''the coaches and the 1981]L ,
Bradford High School football Fighting Tornado Football Team for .u<, likes
misfortunes and the responses to them. below are several quotes from' their continued effort "Grow : I?
the article and during this year, your share"bf"resb'rajtsnr.r,
County Agents> > We have noticed that those appropriate corrections: I have read Plant Trees"
By responding 1., "Complaints of racial and sexual negative comments for was the advice given by
to the editorials and the BUS the last two weeks County
season prejudice and misconduct and I cannot help Forester David Norton at a
BobbyTaylor have been from individuals not having by truck but wonder what people are thinking, Monday luncheon
of the
Notebook direct driving instructors at the Bradford- !! meeting
experience with the about.
BHS football Have
Union Area Vocational we watched so many pro; Community Improvement Program
program. Thus, we find it difficult to see Center football games on TV that we are expecting (CIP)',
,/ how were made Monday night, Nov.
they can criticize. the ..C'hd ,1'-1'
.., same thing from our' high e: ;;
18, to the
We county Board and adminlslrators..lhis J Instructions
filii Bradford High School has school football team year after year? were given for
the distinct privilege of having two ol is not a true We must remember that these players ing the site preparation of the groin

If you have a fireplace in your home, for the best, if not the best, high school football statementThe are our very own. We cannot go out and and caring for the trees to obtain!the
now's the time to think about using {it as bination an extended of period of time. A com minds in the state of Florida. We Davis,compaints Jack are against' Oscar recruit like the pros and college teams most benefit for them in future yeanoFI
more than just a decorative device. A with !softwood for easy lighting are referring to Coach David Hurseand Schefer McDaniels. and Jeff da We must also remember that year; Printed material and window stickers M
not Al
hardwood Fisher. All the
fireplace can be an economical alter- makes ideal for longer burning Coach Mike Sexton. Having worked involved in this matter students In and year out we are going to have were distributed to the .22...CIP13:
an in
together since the mid-sixties these are agreement and downs members attending the x:
native heating source in these days of two that Al Fisher is an excellent instructor ups just likeeverybody else. meeting.
soaring electric oil and gas prices- Firewood can be bought, or may be coaches have outstanding records as and does not show This year we had a team maybe lack AU
especially here in wr area where we found in dumps landfills construction many of us know. sexual racial or ing in talent, but never short on courage Seedling trees are ordered trom liens

olten only want to take the chill out of the sites or private land with the permission The other BUS footbal coaches which statement prejudice Robert Ballou against made students. The and the willingness to compete never Division of Forestry by the Woman's. .
of the consist of Mike Hartley, Carlton was "He winning but Club of Starke and will be delivered
evening or early morning air. owner. If you find a par Faulk (Robert) not never quitting. They did 1
ticular hard or soft wood you'd like to Rick Stephens and Lanier Hyatt should school board was put up to coming to the the best they could. January 13. 1982. The seedlings will,

The use of fireplaces in one way to use that's wet or green, you can season be recognized as well. We believe than because Robert meeting by AI Fisher be distributed to individuals schools:
conserve energy and cut home heating it yourself for use next year. Set the all are competent coaches and wouldn t had more personality I think our team and coaches should I churches, public buildings, recrea;
conflicts with
Al Fisher be
expenses by reducing the use of more wood out to dry underneath a shed or be there if that were not the case. instructor. Robert than any other given a big hand of applause for tlonal areas civic clubs, and them

costly conventional fuels. One of(the advantages roof overhang for about 6 to 8 months. Between the two of us we hold eight about the Ballou has Al no complaints never giving up.even when people com municipalities of Bradford County ont
of using firewood is that it is a Splitting the logs lengthwise will years of playing experience in the BUS teaches. way" Fisher plained and wouldn't even come! to the request. Five hundred each oC

renewable energy source. And wood is quicken the drying process. football program. We can honestly say the games. "Everybody loves a winner dogwood live oak magnolia, and red-
much lower in irritating pollutants than that the program was never "hard have 2. former students said they but nobody loves a loser," Well I would| maple will be available. '
other fuels. Now if you've inspected core" nor lacked modern coaching their certificates from the truck like to say to our team and coaches that .1

fireplace for safety hazards cleaned your it techniques. From talking with Brad driving course but waited to speak,out I don't think they are losers -1 think Requests for seedlings should be-: '
The out and ford's present players little until they had gotten'llhe. certificates": they are winners. It takes a winner made to member of
first thing to do is to check your bought or gathered the right very has this is also untrue- to any the CIP com';
fireplace for safety hazards. Is the kinds of wood you re ready to start changed. If anything the program has give their best, it takes a winner to i, mittee: Mona Canova, Marjorie
Butch Hamilton
fireplace in good working condition? your fire. Use a combination softwood become more lenient have Jean' White do never give up hope, it takes a winner to, Thomson Ida Shaw Sandra Green.
Check to see if the fireplace has flresafe for quick igniting and hardwood for One must realize that upon deciding not started their certificates and the complaints hang in whenever the chips are down, i it Beverly Blackshear. and Jane
(lie fourth
linings smoke ducts, and a working longer burning. And once your fire is to participate in any 'athletic event, 3. ."The drop out rate week of of class. takes takes a winner to keep a good morale, i it Trawick. There is no charge for
lit there will be:1:certain 50 percent a winner to want to build trees and the
damper. And make sure the chimney remember this Cardinal Rule of amount of should be good committee asks only
Is free of obstructions. A fireplace fire Fireplace Management: Keep a thick discipline and sacrifice if one wishes to methods should probed be,evaluated"and the training_ there character, jt takes a winner to Just be that the trees be carefully planted and;
about bed of ashes be successful. even when the ones that wouldn't cared for in order
requires five times as much air under the grate to form a Robert Ballou said to beautify the
as normal ventilation. So you might bed for the glowing coals. These coals The biggest mistake that Bradford about the drop out rate make the sacrifice complains about the county. .
want tolaveawindowopenabittopro.vide provide a steady heat and help to ignite High could make would be getting rid of '.was 4, "In the 4th percent week of the losing season. ":'"

extra air. Before lighting the fire, new wood that is added to the fire. But, the present coaching staff. We should be week course 17 of 28 students have current 8 I know that Other speakers at ,this meeting, r
our players
be sure the damper is open and the flue check to make sure that the ashes don't honored to have such coaches as the'' dr0p- coaches were Dianne 'Westcott, Mark
ped out, said". spend as much time
is dear. pile up closer than an inch or two from ones mentioned above. preparing for the Williams, and G. T. Huggins. Mrs.?
Robert Ballou said '
We this has there were 17 left game as anyone does. Our coaches Westcott
the bottom of the A agree been a probably urged
grating. greater accumulation -, everyone present tq-
confident out of 28.Betty .
choose could ting season for BHS. We are spend! more time with our contact the .t
Carefully (the wood you'll burn damage andirons businesses schools and, .
Drew also did players
not than
in your fireplace. Just any old wood and block the flow of air to catch any the fans will be patient that Bradford appreciate Shouldn't their parents do. other groups who have already
High's football fortunes you mentioning employer In the artide we be a little more established
won't do. Don't burn wet or green wood. Dying sparks. in the future appreciative planters to keep them fill
will be as it was not important to the article of their efforts than to "
Use of To much say 1 ed with colorful
damp or unseasoned< wood increases summarize, fireplaces can be a brighter.Keith where she works. think we should rid of plants. She offered
get our coaches: her
valuable help in
production of supplemental Jimmy
flammable giving advice
wood heating source about dim
Tetstone Robert because lost' ? ,
BalJou we I don't
tars which could coat the chimney flue, But they do present some hazards and ((1973-78) ( other know of any ferent plants' to use.
1 Betty Drew Job that little
; pays and takes
and cause a serious chimney fire if Ig require extra ventilation Both the. ,. much time as A
nited. You'll as coaching does. How would Mark Williams Call properC
wanttolookkrtlwtyJp ofwood chimney should be checked Street
regularly else fed about
to use YClUJ",ftnplace. First, Bar obstructions: or other .....-. ''Spent that amount of their time Job and if they ty owner suggested ways of bringing(':',,,
choose a softwood such as Pine that is potential causes of faulty operation. nothing but had money to the downtown business .?
easy to ignite,end burns rapidly with a Burn only well seasoned wood and Jit 1rgrniJIJ about them? I negative comments made district and improving community';';!H
hot flame. Second choose: a hardwoodsuch finally maintain.a thick bed of ashes 8 depressed. am sure I would feel very spirit. Huggins spoke enlhuslasticaily -.* ,,

as Oak tar ita. slow burning about two inches beneath your fire about' keeping the approaches ,to..'./.;...,

qualities-wood that will,. produce heat .grate to keep coals burning longer ,Just remember," these coaches are Starke attractive. -

ESTABLISHED 1 tt..-kJLn1thour blUest "
1879 MEMBER and best asset 1fq
OUR children. In that IT
: I
respect, think
BOB C. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Publisher. they are WINNERS NOT LOSERS. / ,;", ri

:' : PvW...... each. Thursday..;, ...,., M Ucmd CtoM MUtta*..tb.i ''I 'think' our coaches It/i ,,,. ,

OiM ? i tot OHtc mt ....*.. .... sods) Act W Mwcb $. ton should commended. Thank and! all players&you i -Jf "0:1'ra".;.
) for .
A trying beat '
I"-rIptIew rat to tr**. .....i 't Pr V..! $* eta ......* your :-..

r. th8n 20.000 Idnde of fish., 'IN. In the sea. i """'H4-6HI 0vhUe.+ ...... _, I" PH V...,'81.18 86d Mea4tms Charlene Francis The most popular. brad 1A nr

saell.fl.eleta P.O. Box 522 of dog in the United State

Starke. Fla. today Is the 'DOOdle.f .

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November 28.'1981 -1!TELEGRAPH; Page SA

Delta Kappa Gamma .

I'I' e Has Alpha Program Nu Chapter on of Stress Delta Kappa The Social Side

,I Gamma met Thursday, Nov. 19, at 7pm.
i in the Presbyterian Fellowship
r.1 1
i r Hall Sue in Winkler Starke.Invited the 27 members Gladys1Modfyi l Fi t I::, () r "";;'The

present to the dessert table. The hostess r .
; [ .I'w had decorated the area in the Editor "
il Thanksgiving motif with a large ar- Society ,
h rangement of waxed fruit and nuts on
Ixui! e .the refreshment table. 9647608'ColemanThomosson' News "
r r-- President Lucille Payne called the :
meeting together with Linda HarreJl
giving the devotion. Gladys Thomas
distributed the 1981-82 additions to the To Wed Nov. 27

ds year book.,Muriel Norman, treasurer annualdues The wedding of Becky Coleman, Starke, with a reception following in the
reminded the members that the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Col- Fellowship llall. '
must be paid before November. eman and Kenny Thomasbon will be an All friends and relatives are invited
I Elaine Wood, chairman of the Personal event of Friday, Nov.27, at 7:30: p.m in tw attend.
Growth committee, had charge the Morgan Road Baptist Church.
::1 the "Stress". She six
program gave
IIr points to be aware of in Stress. Janet
t 11t:t Walters led the group in exercises, one ,
11M l : way to relieve stress. Gail Cook led the
group in how to relax, ,
M The program concluded with Sharon
1 :I( Lyons and Julia Ripplinger leading the

1 iif i _.. .... -- __, group in the singing of the Delta Kappa
IU" Gamma song.
..1 I'' /.yrhey All Dressed Up... The next meeting will be Jan. 19 in '' ,
l Lake Butler. d ,. iMwwti. ,
Hostesses for the evening were Sue Y'Z
'J'GIrl Scouts who took part In the tea ney Ronda Jackson, Aimee Ferguson.
II are ((1-r): Winkler, Della Rosenberg, Donna .t
!; :: First rowMellsa Sarnl, Candice Roberta. Michefe Third row Karen Schaefer, Melinda Powell. Pamela Brewer, Minnie Lou Patray Eugenia
Garcia, Kimberly Fowler, Yvonne Bobo, Julie Zurfluh. Dlane'Tlerney, BobbyJoe Melton. Whitehead, and Maxine Gibson.
( 'Terguson. Fourth row- Jacob Ferguson, Nadine Green. Mica

'" Second rowLisa Tierney, Sonja Meyers, Beth McKin-. Williams Adona Schaefer Andrea Abrams Shannon
Abram W.T. WeeksU.D.C. f

G\r\. ,,-\ \ Scout JuniorTroop 614 Hold Daisy Tea in Grown-up Clothes To Have Christmas <' '

Luncheon Dec. 2 f
::1, I""G'; Ir I scout junior troop 614 donned The clothes the little ladies, ages with a heirloom silver tea service "' ;" ,'<."','S.
:Jmeir great grandmother's ,best bib 9-11, wore dated back to the 1912 era. where spiced tea waj served. The W.T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C.will havea .!- ,
/and j tucker for a Daisy Tea Monday. They were lovely in long gowns, crystal punch bowl and crystal cups Christmas luncheon Wednesday Dec '., ., ,
evening from 7 to 8:30 p,m. at the jewelry large hats, slippers and and appointments carried out the 2, at 12 noon at the Starke Woman's ;
Small World Day Nursery.x'JThe beautiful handbags, not to mention Daisy theme. Also ,served were tea Club, with hostesses Mrs.J.W. KincaId, '
'the glamorous face make-up, long' Cookies, coffee cakes and scones. Mrs. J.H. Blackshear and Mrs. Lit :
tea honored the founder of Girl and short gloves and laced-up shoes. Serving the 23 "ladies" were Mrs.. Jennings.The : : /
Scouts Juliette (Daisy) Lowe whose The tea table was covered with a Diane Tierney leader, Mrs. Adonna Joseph Finnigan chapter, U.D.C.of 1IkaIJ ;; .
'.birthday.1" fell on Oct. 31. white linen! cloth and was centeredBIRTHS Schaefer and Andrea Abrams, assis- Keystone Heights will be special
tant leaders, Miss Nadine Green, guests.
mi senior girl scout and Mrs. Bob :
Becky Coleman Ferguson.The .

:r j.tfonored: At.IIBrldesmald girls learned the mannerism in ;
Luncheon attending a tea in their great- Archie Green of Miami is spending "- "'" .'
grandmother's time and the present the long weekend with his mother, Mr. '-- ;
lThe home of Mrs Charles Schmitt Monica Rae McGee time; L.J. Green. 0 'I. r e ,t9r
.. t : a
was the setting for a bridesmaid lun- :
Randall and Martha McGee Starke .t"
cheon Nov. 23 for Becky Coleman, announce the birth of a daughter, I ......' '., ,trw
brjde-dect; of Kenny Thomasson Monica Rae born Nov. 14 in Alachua .. -
The:: dining table was covered with a General Hospital. .,
purple linen cloth with an overlay oJ'w.fW.e NOTICECity if
Paternal grandparents Mr and
lace and centered with an ar- are if
Mrs. 'Joe McGee of Starke. Paternal .
tangement of white chrysanthemums.aYi'd great grandmother is Mary McGee of : .
purple statice in a crystal vase. Starke. . .
marked with .
The seating was .
grandparents are Mr and .
placecards: holding. minature silk purple Mrs. .. . .
Gary Buckley of Starke. Maternal ... .
roses.gift table'was centered with a great grandmother is Annie Lanier of of Starke ,
Lake CitY
bride doll surrounded by pods of ,
grapes. Will Open Their Drive-In Windowfor
"'l'he attendants, Mrs. Carol Ann Rachel Joy VanderboeghMr. ContempraTwo
O'Stecn Mrs. Lisa Sapp Miss Kim
Brown. Miss Terr! Matthews, Miss and Mrs. Dwight Vanderboegh, paying utility bills
Vicki Thomas and Michelle O'Steen announce the birth of a daughter
Mich presented the'honoree with a personal Rachel Joy, born Nov 10 in University. Effective Dec 1 1981 Interior
gift for her trousseau. Hospital in Jacksonville. ,
'The hostesses Mrs J. C. GriHis, Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and ., "
DrylekTtiomas"and'MrSY ChailesS i Mrs. Donald Vanderboegh and matef- '8.:aJn. til 5'p" i.Mon.. 'thru 'Fri.: .netor' ., rsurjth"::
, * : .
of.n! ill' ; I : .
negHgtxl'atld'&'-ti\ti f!e't1b.' her',,lrilAiikItMrs. Richard Kelley laU' jMarionitDhiou' .n", ,; '
Hilton Coleman The
r.., I Just

,l IIsMarle)
Wynn Gives Right Touch.

''Program at Sorority 6ttax-fein1ftst i

Marie Wynn presented a program on Continental Telephone's new Trimline
"Women To Whom We Are Indebted"at and Contempra phones are two interior dec-
the Xi Iota Delta Starke's chapter of orators you deserve to know about.
Beta Sigma Phi meeting which met at and a CASH bonus Slim
the home of Mrs. Wynn on Nov. 17. sleek and easy to use, these decorator -
Plans were made to attend the phones are available in a variety of colors.

Christrtj-ts paradtJ,,Dec. ,5. and have a And the cost is probably a lot less than
bake sale. wiffiFortune'sAlESavets you'd think.
ding Jhe meeting were new,
= Elli .looney'Ginny; DtftlV 1io.11 Decorator phones. Fast, simple and so
rf.tlnee Bryan and Debbie convenient. For more information call our

Ratliff. CD's. business office visit local Phone Fair.
The nexLmeeting t ,wiJl be Dec."1,.at or your
7:3ftV.' 'd''.a'r' :"\;': 'omeofHarrietBryan.. And get the decorators'to give your rooms
(a.d'l J. noJiol" bi'/6U- just the right touch. (TouchTone phones are

sltJ 10Elks :and')!),n I IJ'm6,0Q not available in some areas.)
'! ; J Convert your Money
in4me't ; ((3Continental
Nat'l Memorial Market Certificates.

m (gy pec.'.6 IRS Approved. If you own a Fortune Federal 6-month
Fortune Federal's All-Savers Certificates now Money Market, Certificate with an interest Telephone

GdflniMrione Elks! District North District Deputy, made ofFlornteSUte pay 107%'simple Interest per annum and rate that is equal to or higher than the AII-

his Ulii inspection of the Tallahassee allow',you to exempt up to $2000 Interest Savers rate at time of transfer you con
ElM lbdg : ElketeS! attendingthe individual return). Depending on your tax certificate Into a new All-Savers Certificate.
speech and dinner were; Mr. and bracket these one-year certificates will yield For more information, drop by your nearest
Mrtrti.V.A., Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. from 16% to 23%. Check the chart to see Fortune Federal office.
Richard> Solze, Mr and Mrs. Bill .' ,,
"what the All-Savers Certificate means to you .1&11 I \I':'' -
Finucan!: Dorothy. Cook and John Warren In your tax bracket. You can buy an All-Savers ., ,, .. no__,..f b

Sunday, Dec.: '6, is a national CD for as little as $500. Each certificate is fully +w -..._ ,e rrx.n.lw..h' ."
!!* "'"io '""
Memorial for deceased Elks held Insured to 100,000 the FSUC UU"---7
Day by :m>q e goo 3m_ ,r.orti
in every Elk Lodge in the United States .GYQ.t 1IOO_ 43% t... ,
Memorial services will be held in the 45.a01-eO.OOO 4_ 21.12%_
Starke Elk Lodge at 2 p.m. on Sunday ,t60.001-- 5.00. sox 23.4t%
Deb 6 in memory of deceased members .ewr
of the Starke Lodge. The families and -tiaUrOI-23.900. 34% 10.32%
friends of deceased: Elks are invited to' CASH bonusesfor .$23.50139.800.t2D.80134.100.' 32 17.
attend. T 44% 19.E
Steak supper Sat Nov.:28 at the Elks S34.101 Jt.900 411% 21.12% r
Lodge Bring your own steak. deposits. M1.501-M.300 esx 2393% 'htr
,14.4'j. Figures above are approximate and based on 1981 lax e
Deposit $2000-$4999 In an All-Savers Certificate tables Interest rate ol 10.,77%Is equal to 70%of average < d, t'k
Investment yield on one year U.Treasury Bills as of the
I 1. I or a 30-month Money Market CD and moat recent auction date. 10.77%Interest eimed only II
Senior Girl Scouts Fortune Federal will pay you $10 cash.,For a funds are lea to maturity With a monthly quarterly"Interest ..
check option the(lace rate of/the certificate/: will be
deposit of $5000 will receive
Tp:Sponsor Chili Dinner or more, you
lower. The effective annual'yield on all three options
Senior Girl Scout Troop 690 will be a $20 cash bonus. Open up a 6month'ions even though the total Interest Income from the
having a chili dinner at the First Money Marker CD and you will receive $20. same Initial deposit does differ slightly, Now available for a
United Methodist Church Dec. 5, from Funds must remain on deposit for 90 days. limited timeFederal I.
regulations I requ substantial I penalty a nd.-
5:39 til 8:00: p.m. One cash.bonus per family Offer good for a ol tax exemption lor early withdrawal from the All.Savers I
Price for the dinners will be$2,00 per limited time only. No phone or mail orders, Certificate This certificate Is automatically renewed at I :
plate. Tickets can be purchased from. please: the rale In effect at maturity through 12r.W81/ .I; ')' \
senior scouts or at-the door, J1Inl J". 'iwul1' I I In
A:: ,, 'f.

1 1, 30 friendly offices in Florida .,' .*,, -' '.
L.M... Normans ts Over one billion dollars in assets '
At Rehearsal Dinner ... 'r .M. ',.. ,
Mr.and Mr ,L.M.: Na-manJr.,were u., '.. ,
hosts: at'a dinner Thursday.evening. ', ," '
NoV.',12, at the Western Steer SteakHouse ,1(', ; .i'.I'i: ; !
for their son. Jeffery, and his .' 4. .1. FORTUNE'Savincjs.and '. .. > ,.' '. .,.'
fiancee,,,Sharon,Hobbs, following the. '" 1t ,' ; .
aJU le's wedding rehearsal. t':t'h de '
Dinner guests included the weddingparty \ .,, rei7cRAL': '. : f t4Ft .
parents and out-d-town guests. t .!1.; 'rro'I, I \7"1 +- i
The head,table was.covered with a, ;, ,,Loan Asspciation lf 'I.-A '1. "
lace doth,and centered.WYth an :arrangement ..... .',
l gladiolus daisies\, mums i Srarh*) .' ,1 n1.: '. i ''I'\o t I
and carnaaois' he.other tables were* ':1. .1' :)95't1.ModIson ,964-9000 .' ,arsrr .
covered with, lace dolhs and 'held. ,,:r.; ';, ; i 'flimline" 4
smaller arrangements d fell flowers:'' a 0-42015

After the dinner the honored<< Couplerprtsatsi ,, L E'Hil, }
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; I I' I 'f I sponsored by Fortuna! Federal Savings 2:

\ I II r l 1 .r The Starke Woman's''Club.building, fashions and, explained where they and Loan Association,. and the Lake e'
Butler Woman's dub, will, be held b:
1 t K n could be purchased Clothes and ao
festive with Christmas decorations :
: I was Dec. 5, from 9 a.m. until
'Saturday, s
r.p.m. :
{ U cessories furnished by Lella's,:
for were
night .
and arrangements Saturday
at the. ..CommunityCenter.
and Bret & t
ff the Champagne dinner and fashion TGSeY?Kenwin. Stump's .
Pk show put on by the Starke Woman's Jerry's. Judging! for the Arts and Crafts will .;
I. Club, the Junior Woman's Club and the Models were Selena Norman, Cassie 'Saturday. The ..
begin at 9 a.m.
Herres, Karen
i little Women's Club. Autry, Scott Johns Joey ,
at that time.
will also begin Entries! to
i1 loan Andrews Nancy Roberts. Betty Young
colorful arrangements were
occasion two 'Betty Warren, Harriett Bryan and San- Judged should be at Community J
ed to the club for the : by than
t I, Starke' Florists Bradford SquareFloristandSunshineFlarist.Eadldin dra Crawford Sandra Reddish was Center! no later p.m. Friday
!, coordinator. Dec. 4.The
i ing table had a gay Christmas arrangement During the evening music by piano, ARTS two and categories CRAFTS.judged. These will two be o.,
The door prize was furnish- guitar/ solo and duets was furnished byStarke's divided
will be as follows.
music makers Bill categories
I ed by Sunshine Florist. impeccable
tables covered McRae and Joey Herres.
All the serving were
through grade.
white lace cloths. The Kindergarten
'I with imported '
5th grade through 8th grade
table at the door held Christmas
ticket a St. Edward's I ActivitiesBazaar 9th grade through 12th grade
31 carousel. Guests were asked to Sign
their ticket for a door prize which was Planned
won by Ann Whiffon. The Annual St Edward's Christmas Due to limited space there will be no ,
The champagne table in the lounge' Bazaar will be held on December 4 and adult entries this year.
held a beautiful tall red decorated and 5 at the Pantry Pride Shopping Center. Blue ribbon winners in each categorywill
lighted Christmas tree. The dessert Among prizes to be given are$50, hand awarded a cash prize of$3 each.
-- ....; table in the Sunroom was graced with made afghan, toy chest and Western Ribbons will awarded for second
two three-branch silver candelabras hat rack. Christmas handicraft items third and honorable mention in each ;
with red tapers. Members of the three and baked goods will be available at category.
clubs served the guests at their /tables the Bazaar
AI and were asked to help themselves at VOA Girls EntertainedOn :: There will be a $10 cash prize awarded
1I j the dessert table which held fancy Thursday Nov. 19, the residents for the best overall entry.
desserts of every description. of the Volunteers of America home were
Champagne was served to the guests entertained by Altar Society membersin If you would like to rent a table to sell
.. after they were seated.. While they din- the parish hall. your arts and crafts, please call Har-
ed, models from the three clubs strolledin Mrs. Wanda Sapp, director, accom- riett Maines at 496-3978 by 2 p.m. Friday
among the /tables in their lovely panied the girls to the party. Dec. 4. Rental fee will be$7.50 per
i trex wl Miss Theresa Dunne and Donna /table and must be paid at time of rental.
l s; t .t Ht Samons assisted, in games for the par- Come and do your Christmas shopp-
r ty. Gifts were presented .to each of the ing with us this year and give presents
r Cynthia Agin Celebrates guests. made by your neighbors. Bring your
', Sixth Birthday Refreshments of Cold drinks, cakes children to do their shopping. There
r. cookies, and snacks were served. will be a special shopping room just for
T Cynthia Agin, daughter of Charles Mrs. Carol Ashline, Altar Society children where no adults are allowed.
and JoAnn Agin of Kingsley Lake president, was in charge of ar Refreshments will be for sale by the
1.. (' celebrated her sixth birthday Friday. rangements. Woman's Club. So come: on down and do
o r Nov. 20, with a slumberparty. held in the Father Edward Rooney. pastor also your shopping or Just browse around
i. lake houseTheStrawbery assisted with the entertainment. and see how talented your neighborsare.
2r Shortcake theme was Parishioners Attend lecture .
: : carried out to decorate the party house Among St.. Edward's parishonerswho
Fourteen girls brought their sleeping attended the lecture given by Did You Know.'.........
bags and enjoyed fun and laughter. Father Raymond Brown at St. Joseph's
Helpers for the evening were Elaine Church in Mandarin on Nov. 21 were
A.S. Harrison
Thornton and Mr. and Mrs. spent
Mary Looney. Spending Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pernini, Mrs.
last week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
I. f t and the night Gloria chaperones Hatcher. were JoAnn Agin. Michael Brunetti, Mrs..Joe Cissy, Mrs. Charles Myers in Atlanta Mr. and
Jan Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mrs. W.B. Harrison Perry. Ga., and
,, Meng. Mrs. RT. Hipps in Waycross, Ga.
Aye i Did You Know........... Father Brown is a noted Scriptural
\ I scholar and teacher and spoke on the Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Compton of
Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips and Mrs. Gospel of John. Blackburg,S.C. are this week guests of
.. : L.A. Canova attended the Elijah Father Thomas Kelly, a former St.Edward's Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Oolson. '
J J Oratorio at the University Auditoriumin pastor, was the host pastorfor
k\\ Gainesville Sunday afternoon, put on the lecture and welcomed those who Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale and
by the Civic Chorus and Orchestra. attended.
grandson, Cody of Humboldt, Tenn. are
Bishop John Synder.! Bishop of the St. visiting Mrs. Vergie. Barksdale' at
Miss Adrienne Barry of Birmingham Augustine Diocese, also addressed the Hampton Beach and family this week.
Southern College, Ala., and Drew audience.
Barry of Gainesville are spending the --
oJ long weekend with their mother, Mrs. '
A.J. Barry. Earn Your High School Diploma

Mrs. Earl B. in
Searing was
Lakeland Friday and Saturday By taking the G.E.D. t st.'f .

flIJI's' visiting her sister and husband, Mr. For Further information _
and Mrs. George W. Armitage her .
nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. George Colt 964-,61.50"m I
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T/I.: ... \II applications; Dec.:1)a. '/1:11.\111: .{. .. floJ, )..eh-
Fashions Paraded... Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Dates for the Tests areas follows: ,
returned last Friday from weeks visit
Selena Norman, top; Cassie Autry. |left; Karen An- drew, middle and Nancy: Roberts, right, explain their with her sister, Mrs Roberta Harden
outfits! to diners at the Starke Woman's Club. and family in Wewahitchka. December. 7 & 8 December 9 & 10

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via YOU KnowAttending; iY Lt Col. and Mrs. Keith Berry and pm
family.d Warner Robbins, AFB, Ga. 3:00: pm '8:15 pm .

the Seven Year Itch at the Mr and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and son, Mr. and "Mrs. Mark Trimpey of Tam her are spending Tuesday to Friday with 6:30 pm ;
Mr. and
Alhambra dinner-theatre Friday night Bud visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles pa are spending; Thanksgiving Sanderson.parents, Mrs. Sandy 8:15
were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grider. Lawson in Tallahasee over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and pm j ,
Judge and Mrs. Elzie Sanders, Mr. weekend. Mrs. W.S. Haas.
and Mrs. Julian McRae, Ms. Use Grif-- -err ..nP
fis, Mrs. J.M. Blackshear Mrs. Flossie I aA
Priftcott, Mr. and Mrs George W At eplbAl "iT'.j

Brown Mr. and Mrs. AI K. Carlisle Family Hair Designers"For .... ..- --- I
!Mrs John W. Grilfin, Miss Lillian < I
Stump, Mr. and Mrs. J.B Green, Mrs. Hair Cutting Excellence" ..
Esther Stallings Mr. and Mrs. Thomas b.lup"
Dwyer, Mrs. Hazel Richards and Mrs. ." ,w '"< 10
Jackie Crabby. oyi i ,aea.A '|

Mrs. Kathleen McNeely and 964-7303 Thanksgiving Message.NUAYM;; mon ere fl I
daughter, Michele of Lakeland are ti l l.SI
spending the long weekend with her 4 ..TTAJMS
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert < H l OPT 1.l
Thomas. y 144 W. Cad St., Starts, ., \\l\ un .1Ii t
(Acratt. from The Telegraph) Today the traditional' day counting blessings taken for granted/o''o: : : n t J ;
Misses Elizabeth Lawson and Kitty r- t '
Yates of Lake Wales are visiting Mr. 964-7303 throughout' the year we give our thanks for the blessings we enjoy oslrJb"Jn, ,,, ,tcitizens ."
and Mrs. H.A. Lawson this weds of a jree democracy I i. .0 "'jll"lduq'
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and J
daughter of Jacksonvile Beach and Dr. .. /olf We are grateful for the freedoms which we often take for granted. *' .' ')

Glen Thanksgiving McClane guests of Tallahassee of their parents.are "Your Family Hair Care Center"Pleasing ,, ,,., the right to choose our religious faith to elect those who govern and the

!Mr and Mrs. Huston McClane. You Pleases Us r obligations of the governed to guide to criticize and even. condemn

Now Open Monday thru Saturday I\II\I those who misuse their official responsibilities.

As a nation and a people, we're grateful for the beautifully rich soil we

are blessed with and the means to,produce food to feed not only ourselves

and our allies, but also the hungry throughout the world.

I ( Let's Talk We send our wishes hopes and prayers that next year, on this day and"

everyday. we can'be thankful for the blessings showered on those less

fortunate (he presence of the dignity of man among the poor ,

Turkey the return of love, decency and morality into the hearts of the powerful .

I '+ x the enlightening of the minds of those who oppress and the returning'

) .R a V of peace to this currently! troubled world. -

Nettles On this day of family unity as we relax/ from the food and drink which'
Brama ,Restaurant has filled our bodies we offer a prayer to the god of every.faith for ,

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Lawte ;!News pars.p4.and'Mr. Wm, Wilson.:. .weekend.1 ',1 t': <: ,' George ': "
Mr. and 'Mrs: Claud Norman of Mr. and Mrs: Ben ii1WtonIiites

bY\fl1lil 1Wrlt Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sponholtz, day Saturday and visited
,Mr. Leslie, Phillips ahd family of their friends:Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and
Phste 782-3300 'JaCKSOnVille Mr.: and' Mrs. OthmaNorman 'of Jacksonville Bench,and
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and family, Mr. and Mrs. Shrine Parade with them
iv r< ,ClfUIttl ACTIVITIES; I'" '. Richard Carter and family. Mr. and morning. I regret

H..T 'Church"WC di "'Sunday 'S;hod 10' Mrs. Oscar Carter, Mrs. Edna Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Lit ; in Brad-
b '-Ijl a.m. .Worship<< Serviced U A.m.' and 6 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins and family and Mrs. ,Truman Norman are
e: I I4r!! : >p.w.- 'Prayer Meeting;' and. YPE Mrs. Beulah Norman; Mrs. O.J, visited their mother, Mrs.' By DoIorNIt't'IlC:

t1iM' Wednesday 7:30: i,.m. i Phillips, Mrs. Fate florid,, and Danny Sr., on Sunday Phone 46H-I9I5
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School 1O Phillips of Lawtey, Mrs. Carrabell Harpers brought her
;iw ''a.m. Worship Services'11 .:rn. and 7 MoBley, of Macclenny, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt, Jr., and Condolence
.ui." : p.itu Training Union" ft'p.m. Prayer. 'twi Empie and daughter Valrico Mrs. Ann Landry of f' Sympathy is extended to the family 01')
oi 11 r.s i Meeting Wednesday al7:30p.m. Mr, and Mrs. S.W. Ricks of Tampa Saturday dinner'guests of Russell Williams who died at 77 yearsof
/S.f.i. Faith 'Baptist! Bible School 10 a.m: Mr.'and Mrs. Arthur Irvlngham and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, Sr. age on Nov. 16 at Bradford County

'fcfa': Worship Services" 11 a.m. ahd 7:30 p.m.: family of Valrico, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pam and Cindy Taylor Hospital.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Hilliard of Valrico Mr. and Mrs. Leon neth and Kevin Norman Visitors
oc i: p.m.: Starling, Mrs.: Lois Carter and dinner guests of Mrs. Elsie Julie and Bob Cornish of' San Diego

",..i First .Baptist I' :Sunday School 9:43' daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nella Carter and Wendy's in Starke. Californiaspent several days last
si a.m. Worship*Services' 11 a.m. and girls.of Lawtey, Mrs. Amanda Crosby Mr.and Mrs. Fleejn Steven' :Marks week with her mother, Viola Leiebvre.and .

7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30 p.m. of Starke,' Mrs. Myrtle Gaskins, Mr. Friday dinner guests of the Henry Spell family.

.t Prayer 'Meeting Wednesday at 7:30, : and'Mrs. Johnny Aguiar of Jacksonville E.F. Caldwell of ServicemenSteven C'ongratuIjtioiiHHenry
,Mrs. Retha Mae Phillips of St. Mr. and Mrs. James D. and Antoinette Stefanelli
p.m.Grac' United Methodist Sunday George, Georgia, Mrs. James Phillipsand their Son, Robert G. Kelly monthly Marks, son of Rena and Tom celebrated their 52nd Wedding An

School 9:45: a.m. Worship. Services 11 daughter of Lake Butler, Mrs. Eva ville, went on their Dec. 10. Marks, left recently lor Berlin, Germany niversary Nov. 20.
.>. a.m. and 7:00 p.m.' Lee Reddish and sister of Starke. All of Mexico, near California. Eastern to begin a one>en r, eight months Birthday"On
Highland Missionary Baptist: Suns these were guests of Mrs. Debbie Pacific Northwest and to tour. Nov. 19 Zina Beth Young
..*> day School: 9:45 a.m. Worship Services Phillips birthday dinner at Union Correctional Idaho and Utah. They activi are Steven is a recent graduate ot Bradford celebrated her 15th birthday Tahra
t:. 11 a.m. and 6 p...Choir Practice Sunday Institution of Lake Butler. Roberts University then to Church High School. He received his basic Francis celebrated her 6th birthday on
;.w.i .,r night:'at 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mr.-Terry Futch and his son. Bruce, Opry In Tennessee and training at Fort Benning Ga. Nov. 21. Mike Godwin was 13 on Nov

rtiso: Wednesday night at 7:30 pm.: spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Tom .home. Methodist 22. On Nov. 23 Evelyn Biiickowski

Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 Tatum and went hunting Saturday Mr. and Mrs. G.c. Des of celebrated her birthday. Michael
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: morning. They then came to see their cent City spent Saturday musical e Pfc. James E. Hudson, Jr. Starling. Sr.. had a birthday on Nov
Prayer' Meeting Wednesday at aunt Miss Elizabeth and Mr. and Mrs. 23. Brena and Bridget Skecti were both
tj;! p.m. Terry were Barry p.m.' The Army Pfc. James E. Hudson, Jr., son
15 Nov. 24. David Smith witbraulhis (
7:30 p.m. .. ., L her._dinner. guests _while... here. they Barry Lee talented of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hudson, Sr. 6th birthday Nov. 24. Wanl'
: scnou.i3 visiieo. ivirs. u.J. and her Major Russ Lines on
Long uriage uapasi aunaay Flumps Starke, Florida, participated in Bold
.: *.:& 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday. for home right after dinner. week with his family and at Air Force Base 24.
Day Eglin
.,.. Mrs. Hampton Elementary: Srli..J.
at7:30p.m.' George Lee and Miss Arthurine Wm. Wilson.
All Florida.
'ivq Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday Blanchard attended the funeral of Miss Mr. Ode Dobbs of Lake The exercise involved over 23,000 Faculty and students will be

:..:. School 10 a.m. Worship Services at 11 Blanchard's cousin Clarence S. daughter, Mrs. Bettie Chur soldiers sailors, airmen and marinesIn celebrating Thanksgiving holidays till
'j'o,0 a.mj and 7 p.m. Training Union at 6arsu McLeod on Friday in Jacksonville.Miss sylvania, visited his brother their an- a simulated combat environment Wed., Thurs., and Friday. School will
P.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 'Cheri Redgrave! of Houston, in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arlie 7:30 p.m. where air assault and mechanized infantry be back in session on Monday Nov 30

.1Jfl p.m.jsn Texas,. arrived on Saturday night to Mrs. Ona Hardee and her along with armored and unconventional Report Cards
Norlhslde School 10 spend few with her in-law Mrs. Students were given report cards. to
:- Baptist: Sunday a days grandmother Wayne Din- warfare and tactical air
".. !a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Mrs. O.J.;Anders. the funeral of her mother; after forces training were employed in lake home on Tuesday. Attached Inrms
ta p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Pastor David Brown returned home Norman on Sunday realistic combat conditions. are to be signed by parents and returned
.. Friday from a business'trip in North Jimmy Moore and his to school next \\eek.
.,,1! p.nv Hudson, an engineer at Fort Stewart,
,,& r. Smyrna Missionary Baptist! : Sunday Carolina. Jan Poncell of Georgia, is a 1980 graduate of Bradford
hIm!; School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Miss Chris Dobbs had a Tupperwareparty mother Mrs. Fred Moore at County High School, Starke.
?? a.m.. and 7 p.m. .Prayer Meeting at her home Saturday afternoon. Sunday and were her Buell will
Wednesday night at 7 p.m. There were 10 ladies present. It was a Miss Chert Redgrave 6, Marine Pfc. Thanks. Service at
PERSONALS: successful party. She served punch and Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Bill : will be
The Military and Civilian Counsel cake for refreshments. and daughter Lisa, Mr. and Randolph BlankcnshipMarine Christ Luth. Church

came up from Brevard County. They Friends of Mrs. June Brown Griffis Jenkins and son, and will Pfc. Randolph R. Blanken- Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
had cocktails and dinner on Friday regret to learn that she is a patient in Durham of Jacksonville, ; p.m. ship son of Gerald and Murky of Keystone Heights will hold a
"** back Bradford Lou Green and her. Baptist Blankenship of Slarke, has completed
night. They came on Saturday County Hospital. Our prayersare sons Thanksgiving Festival Service on
''" and Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson had with her. She. came home on Saturday Avery, Troy; and Jason, 'All the infantry combat training course at Thursday Nov. 26th at 10:30: a.m. at
bJ Champagne Brunch for them. There Johnny Jenkins of in this The Infantry Training.School. Camp Le- the Keystone Heights Lions Club locatedat

>>(" were approximately one hundred Mrs. Darlene Eunice and sons Anders, Jr., and Scotty jeune. North. Carolina. Peach and Orchid Streets. All are
guests' present. They all went to the Frankie and Deron, of Gainesville' Sunday dinner guests of During the six-week course. he cordially invited to attend.

Kentucky-Florida Football. Game in visited her parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Anders.Mr. received classroom instruction! and The next Sunday, Nov. 29th, marks
I" Gainesville. Harold Eunice on Friday afternoon. and Mrs. John participated in l Held exorcists involving the first Sunday of the new Christian

:0.., Mrs. Maria Tomlinson and daughter, Deepest sympathy of the community Jacksonville, visited their infantry tactics, the constructionand year, beginning with.the preparatory
Brenda, of Lake Butler, were dinner is extended to Mrs. Ab Norman, Mrs. law and sister, Mr. and camouflage of lighting pohiuons season Advent. All are invited to Join
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Truman. Norman Cecil Hardee and other relatives Carter on Sunday afternoon.Mr. and the use ol mines, demolitions and the members of Christ Lutheran Church
'"" because of the death of their mother and Mrs. Hermie intra-company communications equip
on Tuesdar.. Kelly : the First. in the observance of this season to
'It' Major Russ Lines of Germany is here Mrs. Beedie Norman. Jack Estes, attended the will be ment. His specialized training centered prepare for the Festival of Christmas

"' .to spend a week or so with his family Mrs. George Kelly, Mrs. Tracy Union Retired Teachers on the operation, emplo)ment and Sunday services are held at 10:30: a.m.
Mrs. Russ Lines, and Col.. and Mrs.' Torode and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly Methodist Educational to maintenance of recoilless:, nlles! antitank Bible Class for adults and youth and
Wm. Wilson. visited Mrs. George Kelly's brother and Thursday in Lake Butler. / rockets and fUnnoUirouers. Sunday Softool classes for children are

3 Mrs. Wendie Smyth.'of Jacksonville, sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mr. and Mrs. Henry pastor' A 1979 graduate 01 lirudtord High held at 9 a.m. in the Keystone Heights
= came down for thejueekend. with, her Shackleford, of Tallahassee, last Saturday supper guests of School, he joined Die ;M.irinu Corps in Lions Club.
Ii March, 1981.

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owner?doing t>O3frt...!5> NOTICE OF INTENTION following address:' :
THE CIRCUIT COURT ... -s..th.: :: extent provided for
THE EIGHTH undorSh flrm'narn. of the Bradford County UNITED by Section 1633 Title' 28
I'N 'otFnfl! J COURT sa'I
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IN.KGB'FdS Kqj.el E School Board Office of United Stoles Code as if .
COUNTY' W.st Call St., Stark. Pursuant to Section ESEA. Title I Coordinator, OF said Defendant had been
FLORIDA Florida 32091. intends toregister 865.09, Florida Statutes, 582 North Temple VILLE ( served with process
said fictitious notice I Is hereby given Avenue, Starke, Florida CASE within the State of
name under the that the undersigned
CASE NO. 81-389CA 32091.Thomas Florida.
aforesaid statute. L. Casey Jr.,
::: OSCAR AND GLADYS 2. This order be
Dated this 12th day of CARTER. RT. 1, BOX 408 Superintendent of UNITED
=:;IN RE: Th. Marrioge of published in a
:: RUSSELL DEAN SUMP.. Nov. 1981. in Bradford LAWTEY.,, FLORIDA, .Sch ools, AMERICA Plaintiff ; newspaper of general
::STER:; County; Florida.JIl24tchgl203. '32058 joint owner; do. circulation in Bradford
i husband and || Ing business under the n/251tchg vs County. Florida; not less

=: LULA MINTON SUMP' IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF firm name of CARTER'ST.V. PUBLIC NOTICE f/n/a than once each week for
six consecutive weeks
Wile. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN lawtey 4/5 mile on THE BRADFOD COUN. and prior to the return date
fER. AND FOR BRADFORD SR225.'Lawtey Florida. TY SCHOOL BOARD. JAX heremabove. designated.
ACTIONs 32058 Intends to ORDEREDAT
ttataBtMaiovfm CASE NO. 81.507 register said fictitious EQUAL 'OPPORTUNITYEMPLOYER' Jacksonville, Florida
i DIVISION Civil name under the AND this 17th day of
& R.sid.nc. Unknown aforesaid statute. 'OPERATES EDUCA. November, 1981.How.1I 3C4-50S5 m"f"
The of
IN RE: Marriage .
Dated this 16th day of
November "
A.D. 1981 In
_Husband, Bradford County.: ACTIVITIES EMPLOYMENT'WITHOUT AND BY United States District
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H ? 11/l94tchg 12/10 REGARD TO RACE COLOR fudge 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
I you DOROTHY L.. REEVES, vised by : 12 036lchgOI 07
4 equired to serve o Wife OF States of
U of your written .NOTICE OF ACTIONTO REGISTER ORIGIN. SEX. the Monday Friday 9 S Saturday .. 12 noon

In loner' attorney R'J'J Bpx.5. lOP v Pursuant to Section Thomas I.. Casey Jr., publish COMMERCIAL BLOC. Hwy. 301 $29.900. Terms.
ll e name and od ALoZa'36467i.YbU 'I\, ;'. 865.09,1 Florida 41 i Is MYRON C.II4IATT. : ARE HEREBY notice Is hereby given Schools Publication 1.52 ACRES-Frame! home. Only I 24500. Terms.

JR., P.O. NOTIFIED that a Petitionfor that the undersigned "/25 Itchg Jun. 9, CALL STREET.3 BR, 2 BA, LR.DR. Kit. Family room. Brick
%4.r 790. Keystone Dissolution of Ma,. RICHARD DEESE. Rt. 'I, amends .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Come $.. Us. home on corner 'tot
lfdhts, Fla, 32656, nage has been filed Box 62B, LAWTEY. FLORIDA EIGHTH follows: .$I2.0.tB&1t7i( mobile ho6Oboded lot. Terms.
4phon.I ((904)) against you, cmd" that!' FIORJDA" 32058, sole JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN This Changed Our Nam., HWY 16-3 acres. Good terms.
7993, on or before you are required to owner, doing business AND FOR BRADFORD heard t Not Our Service
-3 IR FRAME In town. ONLY 18000. Terms.
under the firm of
o1 from the dotecf 4 serve a copy of yourResponse name PROBATE DIVI. motionof
home. 3 BR. 2 BA with family room.
MpubIlcatlon or Pleading to SION. order ct-:
Rt 1. Box 628 LAWTEY
and file theqrlaI the Petition upon the pu
with the clerk oft1ilIflourt Petitioner' attorney Fj.ORIDA 32058 Intendsto CASENO.8tl17.CPIN RE: The Estate of pearing Home with 4 8"", 2 baths. family. LAKE! BUTLER-3 BR. IVi BA brick home. One acre, closeto
either before register sold fictitious 1 ( time on -market.$46.SOO. RMC.
: .William R.'Burw.ll. P.O./ COMER P. PERRYMAN has been
iervfae on' Petitioner's Box 1260. Gainesville. name under the Deceased. i crowd to this Sampson lake retreat. FIVE ACRES and home only $30.000.

attorney or immediately Florida 32602. and file aforesaid statute. NOTICE OP \ !against home, boat slip and beautiful . . . . . . .
j Hereafter; otherwise aJdgment the original Response or Dated this 19th day of ADMINISTRATIONThe situated .10.SOO one acre w/mobile home.
will be entered Pleading In the office of November A.D. 1981 in Administration of ,die District offer: Ir'.. 1'/ baths, equipped kit -2 BR. I BA Frame $24.900. .

ftr the relief demanded the. Clerk of the Circuit Bradford County. the Estate of Comer P. described : very nl .$3J,5oo. .17x103 STORE BUILDINO-Cell St. Good Terms.
14 the petition. Court on or before,the' 1 1/19 4tpd 12/10 Perryman. Deceased. Lot ( ) home on 1 acre. Just for the han- TWO STORY HOME.8utlf..lllrounds. Starke.

]WITNESS my hand and 14th day ot December, File No. 8I-II7CP, Is ((4)) of BUILDING LOTS In town nice tr....'
al of .phi, Court on Ocfcber A.D, 1981. If you fall to NOTICEOF pending in the Circuit Starke,' have 2 homes In Starke. Buy both for ALMOST NEW! 2 BR home on 4 ocr...
28, 1981.ii do so. a Default Judgment PUBLIC HEARING Court of Bradford Coun.. division of HWY 100W-3 BR home with extra mobile home hook-up.
Gilbert S. Brown ,wilt b.', taken The District' III Mental the roads. 2 of '
ty. Florida Probate Division older home.paved acres NICE COUNTRY HOME-Con. Blk. on ,/. acres w/mobile
;/ Clerk of the Court against you for the relief Health.Board.. Inc. will the address of the ..$ home hookup.SAMPSOfOXStUCl'.' '

X{ By. Beuloh Moody demanded. In the Pelllion. hold the District a public Board hearing Office at. which; Is Bradford County Section .. ol $14,500 at 12% for 15 years. lots. Financing Avail.
1 Clerk
Deputy Conference Room. 1441 Courthouse Stark., South. BR home will be |ust..1174.03.. .I ACRES NEAR lAKCw/2. mobile homesites.CON. .
034tchgll/26 Doted at Starke. Brad Florida 32091' The cording to 3 BR. 1.
NW' 6th St,.... Building see. Fresh paint new carpet BLOCK HOME priced In low 30's.
:: NOTICE OF ford County.. 'Floridd.'this9th "A", Gainesville. names and addresses of (.,......$27.500. NEAR GRAHAM.20 acres priced right.

*( INTENTIONTO .,.day 1981..pf'NovembertiA.D. Florida beginning at 7 the Personal and the Representative PersonalRepresentative'S : BR, \Vi BA family home in excellent BESSENT ROAD building lots.

g REGISTER 'CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT P.M. on November 23, attorney SIX ACRES 2/2 BR frame $29.900.
i FICTITIOUS COURT. .. 1981. The purpose of this are set forth I $. office, dining room family -130 ACRES PASTURE, FISH."ONDS. Fenced barns. TERMS
g, ,: NAME '" 'By: F9Y.Whlt.head hearing Is to create a below m'R : .$ EXCELLENT.
: -Deputy Clerk. forum for private All Interested personsare complimenting the huge great -9 OR IB ACRES Hwy lot-Shopping Center Site.
-NOTICE IS HEREBY' ll/l24tchg12/O3 cltliens. elected officials required to tile with .: : 4 BA home. Has |lust about everything ONE ACRE Hwy 100 $1.000. Terms.BESSENT .
VEN that the under- consumers qf service q'
this Court: WITHIN THREE acres.$8 .SOO. t RPAD-4 BR. 2'" BA brick home on one acre.
gned desiring tothgage NOTICE OF or other to MONTHS OF THE FIRST year round fun-4 BR. 2 BA. large FIVE ACRn&4p yinanclng at 11%. .
In business INTENTIONTOREGISTER enhance the exchange of PUBLICATION OF THIS 393 N. ...$$7.500.ASSOCIATIS. CALL ST.- ?are building for sale or I.....
ijhde the :information and give all
fIctitious name !, NOTICE!:, ((1)) all claims BUILDING LOT Westmoreland St.
of ACME Interested a
persons '
against the Estate arid a Country OVER 400' FRONTAGE-Hwy. 301S. 3 versatile build In IS.
BUILDERS SUPPLY, NAMES voice decisions
i 301 E. Call St.Ssark., ting the,delivery of community ((2)) any objection by an This' 2 t 7S2-3MB. Kay C. Waters4e -30% ACRE FARM on Brownlee Rood. ((229)). 3 BR. 2 BA
Interested person to Bobby T.Smlth47e brick.
Section could'
health "
Fori4a, < to Pursuant to mental .
IptSnds whom notice was mailed .: $ Ann W. Godwln-t.4-Sf 5. COMMERCIAL BLOG.-Cofi. blk. Good location. .
rjgist. the said. nome 86S.Q XFIorlda Statutes and substance abuse the ........ '
%$th the Clerk of the ClrWIt notice .is hereby 'given s.vlc.'tJh.. District, .that challenges of the Personal *Weed, .- Norman Heddlng-M4-S TERMS AVAIlABLE-Frame home In town. Disc for cash.

cli (Cpo'rt of Brodfyd that tne undersigned. Board laD citlien's. group! qualification Representative.venue. bedroom, .W. Clark RCAlTpR 2V. ACRES. Owner Financing.

cIuffl ; Florida. vV CONCERNED CITIZENS responsible far a v ,15 of jurisdiction of *.Trailer. BROWNISE Commerclol Bldg. Good Terms.
Dated this 05th day.emb.rr .**- of /DCVElOpMENTAllYOtSABUITIES county Of'.crncf.. n4eds' the Court. ece.... DAV CARE, CENTEH-Recent price reduction. Good In
INC.. P, q."few Input' of and all
AD. then any ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS *4 104,. come. .
; 96. RaHord'' PIoIdav3eZ 'poisons Interested In Itsplanning NOT SO FILED 2 e.fe*. 2I. CROSBY CANAL Quiet location. Terms.BAYLESS .
sol*> ownerl.j**' and coordlnaUng Will BI 'FOREVER'BAR., *Several HIGHWAV-(22S( ) 10 Acres wooded. $1J.OOOi:
'jn.busineai.:Under tMjinnamEof \ role.iIl92khg ', "' I
RED. / upi fer $ -IMMACULATE-3 BR, I'A BA. Can. blk. In town.
; ; ''RIAL 'INDUST* 11/25 Publication qi( this ,au.... PROPERTIES. INC. REALTOR BETWEEN STARKE t LAKE BUTLER-Nlce ecre lot with
',,Notice began.ot the 29th .... a Gel,.. mobile hflinyr.DOUBl&Cps.
a O. Bo 368.' .-3 PUBIICNOTICE : ,day of Naveqbei19$1.. Call for .. near Bradford Square 964-5231 jnJde home en 1 oc. w/essum. mortg.VALUABLE .
Rpifor /Florida,32083. ,ru.:The General Public
( .
tntend to register said "*Please bqdvised that"copiee :!: rpana.Rep''V'atlv. : .Older 301 Property-Owner will Consider safe
fiif.t&i r tinder .: James Steely Perry out city II. .leeseback.
FICffiqSfA'4n acme of ine BRADFORD NUM&R 1
SCRUGGS CAR. ty.. SHIER House and Apartments For Rent
46-ej TV 19B 1.1982 (and all .rtl. MICHAEL. by William N. ..._1.. Property Management Service
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in Bdid4Os td ft1JEWvdoVfaen: '*, ,.'. *'(lc*' 'G tang (. \ .r ..relatedtutretq Barney*'- for Personal,, ,411., : E.hn..Corjxirullnnii l u.l.T'lor lh ':N>,: 'Suovi M. '..Feylkner-MAlTOR-9e4-S06S
: '31 KriilEMutrCnrnnnillnn fmiK-d in C S A.
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t 4t .'.Nov. 28- -, '/,1 "' -?: $*}$J-'*.''

e(, 'Cowboy. Midgets at Shrimp- Bowl,Fernandina'. .. ,

'l( C Ccakvoy I( ratn.s r Sunday, Nov. 29-. .

s.; I q2 737 1 Cowboy. Pee Wees at Blue. Bowl I,.Jacksonville (1:00)
1 I / 1\' ,
.Ow80+5 Tuesday Dec. 1- : o' ; '

-: Men's basketball league meeting; Old Armoryr(7:30)Buchholz !( ) .;

:..e 1; at BUS wrestlers (7:30)

BUS girls basketball at Palatka (7:30)Thursday. ) .
: ne0 U'MBDtS LJWPO g ON'taYl ?70Y: GC rs i M1D i' .
*& Dec. 3- :

J Mis Baker at BUS girls basketball (7:00) :

Friday, Dec. 4-- .;

.aTfQRf/dGi/ .... .h. __ :"aoa-" ,' A'ICI'' ........ 8J i:1a.--: .. .. \ :-JI11!" .9ft ,..,.- GIIS at BUS wrestlers (6:30) i
BUS JV and V. boys basketball at St. Augustine (6:30 8)

Timucua Conference Champs... The Bradford Cowboy MidgetsThese

are the Bradford Cowboy Midgets, the team that Saturday won a Second row, I. to r., Tony Davis Itobert Bellamy Chris Thomas Charley
league championship in the Timucua Conference. Pelham Tracy Bollinger Frank Long, Danny Manning Tommy Parker
They are, from left to right, front row: Simon Mitchell Aaron Mathews Back row Coach Ronnie Thomas. Ricky Gainey, Mike Chapped. Randy D
Keith Gillingham. Levi Simmons, Reggie Jackson Robert Qoswell, Leon Thompson, Lonnie Hamilton, Christopher Robinson, Clinton Jenkins ,Jesse 9McSwaln.
Hampton Allen! Hall and David Pegue. Keith Kehoe and Coach Farelon McClellan. D


Cowboy Midgets Top OP in OvertimeFor

Tin iucua Conference Championship Screen

The Cowboy Midgets\. under coaches Warner division will go head-to-head tailback in the Cowboy power-I, added'' fercnce in this ballgame as the Cowboy
Ronnie Thomas and Farelon McOellan again December 5 in the Timucua another 163 on 15 toles, and sprinted 85 defense which had allowed not a
scored an 18-12 overtime victory over Classic in Green Cove. yards for a touchdown on a kick return. touchdown in the regular season surrendered T.V.
Orange Park Saturday in Starke win Sunday at 1 p.m. the CowboyPee Thomas said fullbacks Chris Thomas just one second half score.
the Timucua Conference championship Wees play in the Blue Bowl at Normandy and Jesse McSwain "did a super job The two kick carry-back put Orange .
the second conference crown in as many Park on Normany Blvd. in Jackson blocking." and also praised quarter Park in front 13-0 but the Bradford'
years for that coaching tandem and for ville. back Keith Kehoe, who was injured and boys made one bid in thefirst half to
many of the boys. Other league champions crowned doubtful for the game but "begged me close the gap. Ron Zurfluh recovered a
The bulk of the team Saturday were Bel-Med (5-3-2)( ) in the to play" and ended up going 3'a' fumble at the Cowboy 35 and the Brad- nitFootball
irom 12-1 was returning Jr. Pee Wees, Middleburg ((10-0)) in the quarters. Kehoe brought his season ford team moved downtield when Gail Monday
a season as Jr. Midgets
lerence winners last and with con- Pee Wees, and Orange Park's Falcons rushing total to 587 yards on keepers. Hampton threw out of the shotgun and
mark this year now year have won 21 of a 9-1 23 ((9-0-1)) in the Jr. Midgets. Defensively the 3 Cowboy linebackers hit Lance Wiggins on a 51 yard pass-
led the charge. Aaron Mathews and and-run play to the OP 9 in the hall's
hallgames the
over past 2 witha
couple of big bowl seasons the Midgets 18 Jesse McSwain had 8 primary tackles l final minute. Three runs got the ball to
games on
horizon. The Cowboys, mostly 7th and Orange Park 12overtime and 4 assists Tony Davis 7 and 5, and. the one but on a fourth down sneak the

Saturday 8th graders Nov., go 28,to for Fernandina a 3:30: this in ( ) tackle Mathews Lonnie recovered Hamilton an onsides 6 and kick 4., 'referee's Morrow's ruled sneak that ended quarterback inches shy Chuck of the Happy Hour: 5 til 7 pm EverydayTues.
game For one of the few times this season
the RandyThompson and Davis scoopedup goal line, despite protests by Brad
Shrimp Bowl and then
Dec. 5, play in the Timucua Saturday Con, the Cowboy Midgets were pressed as a OP fumbles, and Davis blocked an ford's players and fans that Morrow & Thurs. 5-8 pm
ference's Classic in Green Cove Springs overtime tough Orange Saturday.In Park.outfit took them into extra point try. had broken the plane of the endzone.

one of the designated "national" the tiebreaker, played just as the But even more than the impressive For !the game Wiggins had 70 yards Christian Kennett on Guitar
Pop Warner bowl games.On high schools do, the Cowboys' elected to stat's Thomas said it was the emotion rushing, Hampton 49, and Morrow 34. ,
a sadder note the Bradford Mite) go on defense first and stopped Orange that won the ballgame and league Hampton and Morrow also combined ,
Mites saw both their undefeated and Park on 3 plays before batting down a championship for the Cowboys. |:/ unscored on streaks snapped last weekas field goal try by the visitors. "I've just never seen any kids as CS. LoungeLEVTS
Orange Park, a 6-0 loser to Bradfordin Three plays got Bradford within afoot dedicated...and unselfish' as this bunch," t Defensively Clarence Williams, BaL g"66
the regular season, burst the local of the goal line and Robert Bellamy, he said. .1 guess! lf#$ beCause' they've lersey, Gerald Bradham, and Morrow 301,1
squad's bubble with a 20-0 championship one of 2 ninth graders'who suited'Up' ,bWK.suoli elate friends' foV the ; Vd the Cowboys.t i .Siurkc
game victor)'. The big Parkers with the Cowboys alter playing'BHS years All" III''em! aide' super. Jibe '
scored on a 70 yard kickott return to freshman ball during the regular athletes.
open that game and just moments later season, cracked in to win the game.
carried a punt back 55 yards for a 14-0 For the night Bellamy led the Orange Park 20
lead and the stunned :Mitey Mites were OM'boyslith 186 yards on 17 carries IVIitey Mites 0

never the same. while Charley Pelham, who has The 70 yard kickolf return and 55 .
Those 2 powers of the youngest Pop already piled up 1,639 yards as theWmterSportsatBHS'Warrn yard punt return were definitely the dlf- .



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Lady Tornadoes Need Intensity to ImproveLast '" L\ h.D
; Fit Sat. & Sun
year's Bradford High Lady Tornadoes ,
enjoyed with 18.3
an per game average'as a junior alter filling Easy Care-
their best season since girls basketball was brought the nets at a 15 ppg average as a sophomore and the 5.4 .... _._......
back to BUS in 1977 with 11 wins and machinewashableStaPrestf
7 losses For that senior will again run the show from the point. Center
trend to continue the girls will have to get serious warns
Hankerson .
Tracy (5-7'a) the
was rebounder
: top as a
l coach
first-year Lee.
Gayle junior and has improved her
ballhandling and
"Right now they're just playing around too much," Lee said. The third returning starter, shooting .rK. :
Lee said during practice Monday. "We don't have Berry ((5-5'a' ), has also made great strides and could 20
an>body with any experience at all to scrimmage back Jackson as a big scorer.Of 0..off- ...

out against there.my" first team and it shows. They're not serious the newcomers 5-8 sophomore Vonda Kay Hall .
lends board power to go with Hankerson inside and 5-5 J
The BHS girls open their season next Tuesday night
Dec 1 at Palatka and Coach Lee said that the first half and junior 5-4 Broughton, 5-6 sophomore Brenda Mack, to, ,' "bA
sophomore Pam Sams are in the battle for the '
of the opener may have to serve as a preseason scrim other outside position. I Stretch waistband '
mage too. "We've got 7 games before the Christmas Other first .. breathes with ...... ,,- .-
year players are junior Monica ''''''
break and it be Berry you.-
may rough she said. First home game :
(5-6). sophomore Pertema Brown
((5-0), and freshmen
is Thursday. Dec. 3, against .
Macclenny-Baker Co. at 7 Pat Barber ((5-0), Sheila Edmond ((5-6), and Catherine > High quality stretch e '
p.m.Three Simmons (5-1). :::
starters are back from last f .. :.. ,' '
club two of fabri when ,
"We're not <
going to roll
them with 3 of over anyone but we could ynoves I ._.
years experience. Senior Jackson
what hang in there with just about anybody if they work at it," you move. / .
set is believed to be a school girls scoring record Lee said. 0\ .
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. Wrestlers Host Buchholz Tuesday- Dec. 1 I 1.1c ,,,;)r :::;::

Bradford High School's presence in North Florida Coach Cole
Childers isn't ready to say just how good .
wrestling has dipped considerably in the last few years yet though. "I wish I could tell you how good we'll be. ..
illustrated by the Tornadoes finishes at Region: 3rd in It's hard to say," said Childers -
an assistant with the
18. 5th in 79 12th in 80, and "Comfortable
15th in 81 but with vir team last year who has stepped into the head bolt
tually the entire-team returning from last year hopes job. "It's hard to tell about any of the other schools until .. looped model.' 1t i
are for better things in the
1981-82 campaign that starts football's over. One of our goal's is .be a contender for '- Lr
off Tues.% Dec. I. with a 7:30 p.m. home match against district I know that." !
Buchholz. :.
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1B( fU3 U go down in black and. .white. as ., .
Just the last loss in the 0-10 season of
1981 at BHS. And with a 30-7 score penciled !
in it will appear to be similar to :
other big defeats handed to the Tornadoes

.cI1i But to this those year.few who braved the V4 /,' JNIMeeen/er.

WIN A TURKEY winter chill and especially to those t ;

players who showed even more courage:
in sticking out the miserable season
and playing the best they knew how -
fOR last Friday's loss at Middleburg was
an admirable finale.
The Tornadoes refused to believe an
0-9 team didn't stand a chance againsta
7-2 club playing at home and gave
THAN KSGIVI NG Middleburg's Broncos all they wanted
and more before two astounding catches
and a fumble recovery allowed the
Broncos a 2O-point 4th-quarter barrage
that made the final score read worse
than it should have.
The game was a display of good
Listed I,(>lou' irt'tliisyctirH tf'i"rs t>ftln> Tvlvgrttph'nVickie rlwlogJ' din rlerx.. things for a Tornado team that proved
that even when a Bradford High team 1 tf, ,
( lost all its games for the first bme ever + I
it would not quit without a ferocious A
Rosier Julian McRne Ann Sumons struggle.
0":= It was a Tornado team which had :
r scored only 4 touchdowns in 9 games
jumping on top 7-0.when tight end Jeff ..
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Belcher stole a John Thompson pass f.-- .

NEW RULE : Previous 'winners may enter contest but are not eligible to win prize. a away 15'lard from score 2 Middleburg and 9th-grader defenders John for Tornado of the Week Jeff Belcher

drilling through the con Steals a TD Pass Away from Broncos...

RULES:. Each Space Below Represents Some Business Firm Of Bradford County, Use version.It was Belcher. catching 8 balls, more Tornado light end Jeff Belcher literally .stole this! ball away rl'lllllIill: ldlrburg
defenders Billy Mueller IHI' and :McKee (20)) to the
Greg score onlv
The Scrambled Letters And Arrange Them To Spell The Firm's Name Exactly, Using All The than just the TD on circus catches, for BUS touchdown last Friday night.
92 and who has had
yards Thompson,
Letter And Punctuation Marks To Enter This Contest. The.First Three Persons SubmittingThe to shoulder harsh pressure as a rookie It was just one of 8 catches for 92 yards! Belcher had leaving him with ::13 ,
catches for the season and over 500 yards worth of receptions.For .
Correct Or Nearest Correct Answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon On Monday. Nov. 23 Will Be quarterback completing 13 of 21 passesfor his efforts the senior was chosen as Tornado of the Week
153 yards.
Awarded Turkeys For Thanksgiving It was Clayton Norman, the senior

wideout who is too slow and too light to field goal that left BUS well within The other coaches said' much the
return kicks, bolbng 23 yards on a punt reach at 10-7 entering the fourth period.It same thing about the BIIS don't qUit attitude
Winners Will Be Notified By Noon Tuesday November 24 return and then knocking a tackler 15, was 9 different Tornado defenders Defensive ClIJ'dll1atul'IlkI.! .' Sexton '
pounds heavier than he 3 yards racking up at least 4 tackles -.Bruce added that victory number one
backwards.It Rehberg ((12), Kenny Wright(7)), Kevin might have been had It BILS had converted
was Kenny Wright begging to play Sampson ((7)), Mark Crews (7), Kenny a turnover into a 14-0 advan
despite the gash over his right eye and Bright (7), Barry Reddish ((6)), Chuck tage. Moments after Belcher .scored to
Charley E. Johns Agency Inc. Pastry Shop then recklessly hammering a Bronco to Williams ((6)), Brian Thomas (5), and give the Tornadoes a 7-0 lead Kenny
the turf on his first play in. Dale Buchanon ((4). Wright popped a fumble loose Irom
It was hard-nosed Randy Luke bang- It was the Tornado bench, the walk Ilarrell and Williams jumped on ho
ing again and again linebackers a ing wounded and the substitutes ball for Bradford.A .
head taller than he'and. never once shouting encouragement to their 14 yard swing pass I'l'IIm'l1l1l1l1pson
backing down. tea mates.It to Luke brought (the Tornadoes to (he
Durrance Pump and Supply Company Terwillegar.Motors It was' a bandaged Brian Thomas was the Tornadoes hanging tough Bronco 19 but a pass attempt on third
punting, running covering and returning even after super grabs by Broncos Billy and one was incomplete and Luke was
as he had aone all year until he Mueller and Tony Avinger set up stopped behind (he line on 4lh and one.
finally. could: do no more In the second shorts keepers byJimmy, Harrell to put "That was our big chance early.'
half. the game out of reach at 247. Sexton said. "If we had been able hlcash
It was Belcher and Barry King in there it would have been a big
Thomas; "Gate" Auto Parts Baldwin Chevrolet-Oldsmobile recovering fumbles to keep the Tornadoes And most of all it was the entire team plus in our favor."
in a 7-7 deadlock at the half. and coaches holding their heads highas
It was Barry Reddish, a 165 pound they congratulated a Middleburgteam SfOdlord Mlddlobufj
defensive end, applying the game's that knew it had been in a much 10 ltl>l ill Will. 14
hardest lick to curl Bronco back. I M-'il! ,hlK-llN i4 1114
up a tougher ballgame than people readingthe
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A score Saturday morning would ever 1.1-21-2 i-rnpl' '" nil' .1Itd
Sunshine Electrical and Plumbing The Office Shop Williams playing the most aggressive imagine.. !.:#> |1"1..',,\.- I HI
game of his life and recovering a fum- I told them at the end "they never quit 7 HI4 pill ')II.!. ti 411
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.Friday they never quit IIr..1 ii ; u it ;
was'sophomore Erlc-Lane accep-! 'ing.thej: .entir.e' year; I ,>was uniud of '%IIddllilura: ., ,., n..I..w.> in
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.f/f "-.; .,...., '''. ':I'''''') .," 'dleourgs DarryJ. Bussey")and allow :')We hung in there pretty good lot three M..1M(MudliT."..'11 111 pn.Xlvll a i inn Inn rdl I.I.""kii k'
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at the BHS practice field. Macclenny a playoff will be
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Page 12A TELEGRAPH November 28. 1981 .

;1 Ward Pell Disarms QB Club Listeners C WinklerTops!

Turkey Tennis

With Charm, StraightShootingShe

could charm the will answer questions. Sometimes things like a bad call won't matter." Trophy Takers
the trees and Ward I wishes I wouldn't," she said. "Florida football is on the way up we
members of the Ward was equally at ease sidestep- don't need criticism. If you don't agree
With ,Eddie Winkler home
with the coaching methods write a letter carrying
dub out of controversial subjects thrown
," she told the club members. i the lion's share the hardware was pass.
balloon display to during the question-answer ses
ed out Saturday for the Starke Rec.Departmenl's .
a ty of Florida-Florida .
said when she first meet "It is a profession we love. We knowwe 1st annual Starke
28.Wife of Florida head at the University of Kentucky have to win. I have been looking for 'Turkey Tennis Tournament.
the moving vans all fall" Ward told the Winkler enjoyed an excellent serving
Pell I. Ward on her a freshman and working in the
and made'fine of lob
day use the to top
in Starke recruiting office the only coach group. I
Bradford School teamate
High Craig
Fielding questions Ward responded:
trouble "was
delighted the local ( gave her a jackleg
Sapp 6-4 3-6. 6-4 in the metis singles
Recruiting? "A very good year but I
wives and guests with Alabama.
"workaholic" husband a period of time they did begin that's all I can say. The NCAA is not going final and those two combined for a two-
into the U of F football while being well chaperoned by to hang me up to dry." set victory over Archie Kittles and Joey
Smith win
Tailback position "We need & to the doubles championship
A former beauty prospects or their parents. Ask- trophies. ,
Mrs. Pell currently is up."I her hand in marriage cwnciden- tailbacks. r e _
ty pageants and fashion ) came when Jackson State College Upcoming game? "We should beet In women's play Gayle Lee outlasted
dinator and looking for a head football coach-a FSU and the horse won't be on Florida Marie Wynn 7-5, 6-4 in a Tine singles
actively involved in the head football coach. field it's not sanitary" match while Wynn and Phyllis Hug-
a ladies football followed were stints at Virginia Whose the number 1 quarterback? gins topped Ella Gooney and LorrettaRoss
1979 in Gainesville. didn't like Iti; Clemson-a "Both Wayne and Bob are great guys- in a 3-setter for (the doubles title.
: Accompanied by graveyard where at that time both are number 1 quarterbacks." i Sapp and Winkler, 'who hope toqualify
for the state school doubles
University of Miami? "Charley'wants high
: wife of coach Mike couldn't spell championship.
was introduced by club Ward talks about a football pro Schnellenberger at Miami one The Men's Final Four... tournament as a tandem beat Kitties-'
Smith 6-3,6-3 complete a run throughthe
Farnsworth. whether Florida or another more year. above. Eddie
Finalists In the men's doubles and singles are pictured without l lost .
1 "It is great to see lady they have been at its always"we Mrs. Poll this time accompanied by Winkler bottom left won the singles and teamed with Craig Sapp. bottom and had a set.Wynn
it in
told the audience. She hard." Charley will return to Starke for the left and Huggins tougher
right to capture top doubles honors Over Archie Kitties top Joey the tilt
womens -- squeaking by 6-3, 4-6
speaks where women about Florida football "we are Quarterback Club's annual season- Smith, top right.
6-3 in match that back and
a went lorlh.
dience they usually way to a championship. Ward closing banquet Thursday night, Feb. ., ..._ ..
It was the ball that went back and
questions the men are 1981 a frustrating year, "but 18. Tickets are available for$10 each at s I r r "v? --% -' -
the little Jessie's and the Chamber forth in the women's singles as Lee and
but don't want to speak getting good enough Lounge of
Commerce. :\ t tv court.Wynn pushed each other all over the

I Oldtimers Ho ,i Thanksgiving'"; -; Basketball Tourney- the The few teamate Winkler-Sapp times Eddie but those had match beaten in attendance was his one Tornado of

underWay" :. remarked that the tall senior was
The 1980-81 semi-pro basketball season gets Action starts at 7 p.m. Thursday night Nov. 26, at definitely on his game. Also, Sapp
locally on Thanksgiving Day when the Starke Oldtimers RJE, continues Friday night with the semifinals and broke a racket string with a 2-0 lead in
I. play host to 6 other teams tram the area in the R.J.E. finals being played at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday' the first set and had to borrow a racket

Gymnasium, and was never the same again.

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I I More on BHS Winter Snorts.& Warming Up- I : Tk::

...more from III(. W.\. Seniors Larry Saucer, Jeff Belcher, and Kenny'
Bright, and junior Kenny Wright will lend middle weight
The District setup will be different than the last coupleof strength alter football. Saucer was 10-7-1 at 141 last
years. Rather than knocking heads with the Palatka year. Belcher 8-4 at 149, and both Saucer and Bright won
and Clay area teams ( where BHS was 5th of 6 at District 2 matches at Region. Wright missed last year with an injury t.
last year) the Tornadoes will vie for District honors with but showed the makings of an outstanding wrestleras
(the Gainesville area schools and Live Oak. a freshman.

"Live Oak's the favorite" Childers noted. "They'vegot Senior Tommy Powell juniors Curtis Jones Roland
5 or 6 District champs back. Buchholz has the tradition Coleman. and Brian Davis and sophomore Neal Col-
going for it. I know they'll be tough but we'll be eman each have some wrestling experience, at least i
wrestling them before they get their football players out with JV while sophomore Bruce Howard and freshman r
since their in the playoffs." Timmy Nugent are the new faces on the squad.
The Tornadoes have 6 home matches (including the r
Back in uniform are 7 wrestlers from last year and 2
newcomers and at least 4 grapplers are expected back first 4), plus 8 away and a Christmas tournament at i
after football. Ocala Forest. Also a special treat is being offered to I
Senior Billy Green and junior Michael McDulfie head students with the wrestlers putting on a short exhibitionat
the list Green qualified for the state meet last year, the 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, before the BHS:: student body.
only Tornado to do so, and finished 15-4 for the year in They also wrestle Gainesville HS at home Friday Dec.
the 116-pound division. McDuffie was 11.5 as a 4, ((6:30): ) and Middleburg Saturday Dec. 5, ((12:30): at the
sophomore at 130. BHS gym.

T h ..
.,.-..,. .- -- -- -- !
. \ Tornado Varsity JV Cagers Open on RoadThe I
'Womens"Doubles, Top Pairs... .. Women's:! Champ,,
BHS boys basketball crews, varsity and JV open Eddie Thompkins, undoubtedly the ringleader of this "Marle'Wynn, above left and Phyllis Hugging, above right, topped kila Wlnnhhelhewomen'sshiglesehunoCooney / ,
their show on the road this year with away games at St. year's outfit after scoring 9.4 points and collecting 10.9 below left and l.orrclta Ross below right in the women' doubles pionship was Southsidr Elementary:
Augustine (Dec. 4)) and Alachua Santa Fe (Dec. 8) star- rebounds per game as a junior. Sometime starters backin final. Wynn was also runnerup in singles 'P.";. teacher (ia>le I.ee.Men's .
ting the season. First home game is Friday, Dec. 11, the fold are 6-5 senior Kevin Howe and 6-1 senior
against rival Macdenny with the junior varsity playing Chuck Williams. .
at 6:30: and the varsity at 8. Ronald Davis a 5-10 senior, Robert Tyson a 5-11 '
Coming off 2-23 and 3-20 years Tornado coach Mike senior, and Tony Bell a 5-10 junior are the others with Basketball League Meeting Set Dec". 'i
Sexton was hoping for better things and a lot more wins experience. ,
but misfortune continues to follow the BHS cage pro- Newcomers include senior Gerald Goodman ((5-10)),
The organizational meeting for the Starke Men's All teams should have a at the
gram. Three starters were wiped off the roster when 6.4 representative
juniors Williams
Anthony (5-7)( ) and D.J. Riddick ((5-9)), .
Ben Tankard moved to Tallahassee, Emmett Watkins sophomores Donnie Banks (5-11)( and Gary Carter ((6-0) Basketball League planned by the Starke Rec. Dept. and meeting, where league rules: schedule, etc. will In
suffered a football injury, and Eddie Winkler decided to and freshman Rodney Rutledge ((5-9) Community Education has been set for Monday right discussed.A league organizational meeting will be twill',
Dec. 1, at the Old starting at 7:30. in December with play starting in January
basketball Armory
pass up to concentrate on tennis. Then lastweek's That lineup may shrink or grow a bit as grade troubles ;,
grade reports whittled away more prospective may erase some names and a couple of other
players. possibilities may surface. ;
The varsity Tornadoes have 10 home games 10 away, "
What's left is a dozen-player roster maybe less than and play in the Bishop Kenny Christmas Tournament D's.
that alter grade reports are completed, and just 6 of the Dec. 22 and 23. Captain ; ,
names have played any basketball for BHS at all. The JV Tornadoes were still 20-plus strong last weekas ersSAVINGS'
Still Sexton isn't leaving behind ship and the Rick Stevens '
any en- was evaluating his talent which he calls ,
thusiasm of youth keeps the players from slipping improved over the last few years, when the BHS Baby .. ,1 ,
"can't" into their vocabulary just yet."We're Tornadoes have
struggled through 6-17 and 1.18 years.
going to press and we'll run-and-gun," Sexton "This team has a better knowledge of what's going on ale 1HANKSG\V\NG\ \ { J'
said Monday. "I'm gonna try to get people out of their and I've really been impressed with a couple of them," i ,, ,
game and into a running game with us." Stevens said. He expected to whittle the roster down to r FAMILY: \ : >:, tf
The only full-time varsity starter back is 6-4 senior playing depth after the Thanksgiving break. kudert :\*

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Southside Elementary held its annualTurkey Pack (
Bowl football game last Friday Value
:N'ov: 20, with
a Turkey Hen Bowl andrunberry
(' Bowl as added attractions 4 orA more) I',
tor (ho school's students.In Y'rr (Serves :

the Turkey Bowl the 5th graders greal. seatood f,t"Y;,,"11{; yl.IncludesN .- _- ,

edged the 4th graders 19-16 in 3 overturns .8 han Caen., + erlsp tren ::; -41---; :> .. .,. I
as Jason Crews kicked a field ,
goal through the uprights for the winning ? creamy stn '

points. I ::: ;; ; : I
Mark Strickland had thrown Crews i :, '789 _.. "
and Chuckie Smith for 5th grade TD's ('e -/

and the older Chuck up 2 safetiesas r L::::. $989 expires Nov. 29, 1981 ,. ... .J
Crews and !Morrow snatched Ar .'f -- _ONE COUPON PE CUS'' ER'I' IIIre-- :'
(Hags in the endzone.
For the 4th graders Willis 'handler ; :' t CLIP THIS COUPONI _

and Bo Horsey had touchdowns while ': 4
Allen Jenkins booted an extra point and )' e ... k
then a Held goal with time running out C r e .......; P ac :.

time.to tie the game and send it into over 4th and 5th Graders Duel for Ball in Turkey Bowl... ,' -' ... 3-4 1 I I1" :

The 5th grade girls were easy winners The action was hot and heavy In the Turkey Bowl the grandaddy of A'eol'omllYVOluetroml" 1 (Serves '
in the Turkey Hen Bowl topping SouthsMe KlemenUry's flag football game day that also includes: the Turkey ,.":, C :
Illels W tt: T' '
the 4th graders 3214.Penny Hen Howl and Cranberry Bowl.Public. t" golden' IOed hsh'01 crisp :'""-. /..A V' 1.> U. ]*f I I '

Kuck and Peggy Pettaway 1 Qtrehnch portions creamy cole ." ... !,. a,_ ,'
clicked on touchdown passes of 60, 20, I; "tries eight dellcIOUS; ,: w" -, ;- :
and 15 yards and Kuck also passes to :{"I, I slow, and hush puppies :-"" I : ;.,
DeDe Prevatt for a 5 yard pass. HopeOxinelly Notice ,- .# : "' =;;; ,
threw 15 yards to Pettaway J 5649 : c E
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: .58.29 ;
for the other 5th grade score. L g. Oller -.l'*...
Quarterback Rhonda Bryant scored : expires Nov.29. 1981 .J '
both TD's for the 4th graders on keepersof
10 and 8 yards.In Federal Revenue Sharing Form RS-9F CLIP THIS COUPONI ,
the Cranberry Bowl for 1st and 2nd "
graders the 2nd graders won 216. P.E is. now available for public inspec- ,, 'f
Chart Buddy Revels quarterbackedthe Chi' \3..

Horace winners Edmond throwing((30 yards I TD) and passes'Emory to tion atCify: Hall, for' the Year Ended ", '''''. '..Ieel.'you, 99 I h "{ ,if.'
II 010 !
Prevatt (6 yards). Edmond scored the '," I io 9'
third TD on a 60 yard run with an interception September 30 1980. rye ',.' ''''?''' '
t k Cad... ,01.; ". .-7., ,...'., 'I 1 ". ,
and also kicked through one ) .ked0\ "ec:1I0f'I.,1t\en .Y ... ," .
extra point. T '','". :, ),'F ,'... ,Ivevoupl.nlVo1crlsP "." -, :-' i ,
P.E.Coach Gayle Lee, quarterbacking : d. \w.lt .... I ,',
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the younger team threw 12 yards to Neil L. Tucker : and two:lie puppies' MiMf'" A.' 'I
Richie Eberle for the 1st grade'score. yputhem-Style A gleol -. ,;
sted .
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for Clerk yOu valuel .
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November 26,1981Section
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"JayceesWork- to Rellle er Florida's War Dead 1 1By

adopted unanimously. Boe received the Nationally the project's Sponsoring t
BCTStaff Tony Burke Writer same results when he proposed, the Committee includes such notable people F.r ej
Americans measure at Jaycees'state executive as Red Auerbach.Pearl Bailey, Rocky
They wer$ ;
board meeting. He now serves as the Blier Carol Burnett. Rosalynn Carter, ,! '
They came out of the high schools and :
colleges in the small towns and big state coordinator for the project. Max deland. Howard Groan, Gerald 1TJAL cc .
cities of this nation Some volunteered, "Statewide, there are only half a- Ford, Bob Hope, Nancy Reagan, Carl !
others were'drafted; those who didn't dozen chapters involved In the project T. Rowan, Willie( Stargell and,Roger
nowsaid Boe. "We to have .'
right hope Staubach.
burn their draft cards, that Is.
The war they fought an undeclared fifty chapters actively participating by Locally, the Jaycees efforts: have
; the first of the It's to take Irj
"police action," was controversial and year. going received endorsements from 'US.
despised l by the folks at home. $38,580" to cover all of Florida's Representatives Bill Chappell and Don wrrt
No "when Johnny comes marching names. Fuqua. .\
home" bands were playing upon their "
return; those who lived to return. OT :
Americans 57,692 of them, were kill- ;
ed or are still listed as missing in Viet p\ j.6c
nam. Time passes and people would
sooner fcrget.But] for the families and
friends d the dead and missing, thereis aM3 w ..
no Itrget ng.
They deserved to be remembered.And .
now, they will be. ii
A memorial to those who died is now '.
within a year(of completion. The Viet-
1 y
nam Veterans'Memorial Fund, a nonprofit & 'Ai
organization, is raising $7 1/13TNAM 1a
million In private donations to financethe VITDANSMTMORAl
memorial. i
The Keystone Heights Jaycees have ., iR
embraced the project and have joined FuN I. ?
\, the efforts to raise money for the project. r n ?Y
"There are 1,929 Floridians dead or'
unaccounted form Vietnam," Ar- ./
says '. L
chie Williams, co-chairman of the KH ... _
Jaycees fund raising' project. "This
memorial will Pave their names in-' "Since the Keystone Jaycees were the Williams and Boe present an In-
scribed in gold leaf on black granite." first chapter to move on the idea it teresting contrasts to each other. While
"Our (JaycecB1) goal is to raise would be nice to see them reach them both share almost identical strong serf->
$2,000 to contribute to the fund. The na- reach their goal first, he said. "To timents about the memorial, the
". tional organization has figured that it's date, we have raised 116494. This has motivation routes are somewhat different ..
going to cost approximately $20 for been done with the mmey.jars, a
: .each name on the memorial.'Our contribution peanut boil in Middleburg and privateand "No, I never went to Vietnam"says, # *
will pay for the names of 100 of group contributions. "The DAV- Williams,an area carpenter."1 guess I
Florida's war dead." chapter in Starke gave$64. was lucky. I lost same friends there:
"The beauty of this project. Is that it "We don't know the exact how many people who went because they believed c
will be a memorial to our people done people from our four-county.area are in what this'country was trying to do
privately and entirely. by the American among Florida's dead and missing," People who went because they were n nArchie
Boe said.The Keystone Jaycee Chapter asked to. died deserve r
people. ; -They and they ------'- --- -
The project ,was suggested to the comprises businessmen from Bradford rememberance., If we, the American
Jaycees in April of this year by Jaycee ,Cay Putnam and Alachua C Can people can't afford a monument to Williams nil Kot'"I II
member Bill Boe. ;The nomination,Was ties. them, there's something wrong."

want to see my friend's names on Vanguard High School, served with the inconspicuously in Boe's l\Il'lrlltehom,
.n.... that granite. I plan to be there when the Fourth Division in l
;, c+ ? ; .. Infantry 1967.68 as are service 'medals mounted! bcnealhglass
--a.: ,monument is dedicated.. a machine-gunner, squad leader and including two Purple Heart
Williams also pointed out that if everyperson platoon leader. Twenty-two men in his awards.
in the U.S. contributed a fickle outfit were killed in action. His personal The monument is to be located CHI two
. two monuments could be built ambition is to see the names of those 22 a
I Boe, now a history teacher at Ocala inscribed on the monument. Displayed St'e Jul'Y; Mru'A" 711c

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1 r.W'omjariJIU' ,' ; t a 1 al\ "; .' ,'..,''.. Ruby?Carter,Crawford, 49; Rt 2 Box .Thornton cut her vehicle to short on day, Nov. 24, and waiting a first appearance Sheriff found the pot after he saw an Thomas was taken to Bradford
:= ," 1142r tarke, was traveling south on the corner and struck Johns' vehicle. before a judge. unidentified twin engine plane takingoff County Hospital where he was treated
1 Car' Plunges. Into Canal .C-225 Anderson started from a stop- Damage to Johns 77 Chevy van was as he rode up. Since the airport is in the emergency room and admittedto
ped position and pulled out In front of $450, damage to Thornton's '69 Ford in Bradford County, the illegal can- hospital.
1 Pencie Davis Nipper,59,of Glen St.S Crawford. Crawford's vehicle struck was$450. Deputy FoilsMarijuana nibis was processed and destroyed by Thomas was discharged !from the
Mary, FL, was pronounced dead at Anderson's vehicle. Thornton was charged with makingan Delivery the Bradford County Sheriff's depart hospital I Tuesday. according to )hhosDital
.,.the 5ceneaterphekeIcpntroiofher Damage to Anderson's '81 Chevy improper turn, according to ment.Youth records.In
"i i'1971 continental,and'plunged nto an pickup was $250, damage to Patrolman N.Jackson. Fifteen-hundred pounds of marijuana WoundedIn Memoriam *
3; -_i,1'n-najned cAnai'Qft; 4-H Club RoadLl.y .._ Crawford's Chevy was $450. packed in 25 bales, were found Accidental ShootingRobert
V Nippers' vehicles waf oun0"9t approximately Anderson was '.charged with Man ArrestedFor Sunday night, Nov. 22 just after they In loving memory of our son and
;: .' 3;$0 pni.: Saturday careless driving according to Trooper Stealing DogsA were dropped from an airplane on an Allen Thomas, 16, of Starke, brother, Jimmy Martin, who departed
3f (Nov. 21)" and:. was:completely Kenneth Etheridge. unlighted back runway at the was wounded by a.22 calibre bullet as from us on November 22 I'JfiO to.be
-s... submerged. No charges hay been Middleburg man, Maxie Leon Keystone Heights airport. he was target practicing Monday with the Lord and is missed very deep-
if filed in the accident, which lit still 'Nov.17,Elizabeth Mosley Wynn,30, Baker, '42, was arrested Monday, Deputy Sheriff Don Denton said the afternoon. Iy.'
g: under investigation.Hamptdfi''Man'. Rt 3 Box 1206, Starke, was turning Nov. 23, for' stealing three Walker Bales weighed from 40 to 70 pounds The accident occurred behind S&\ Your memory wll always be in yur
- through the drive way at Captain D's hounds Aug. 19 that belonged to each and have an estimated street Muffler Shop on 301 North, near hearts.
in Starke and struck the take out Emory Prevatt. Jr. of the Sampson value of $250,000. The recovery was Thomas'home. The bullet ricocheted With AHOur l-oxc
;; order stand. Lake area. made before the pot was picked up. from the target striking Thomas in \our:Miilhrr& Kunilli I\
|i Involved in fit and-Rur Damage to the stand was $600. Baker was arrested on informationfrom A patrolling Clay County Deputy the leg, at approximately 3 p.m.
Wynn was charged with careless an Informant, according to
J: George Marshall Johnson, 31, of driving according to Patrolman Deputy Sheriff Don Denton, the arresting -
.. southbound Kiser. officer. Baker says he was
:; Hampton, was traveling
.:s on Boat Ramp Road in a 1970 given the dogs,Denton says. Prevatt, ; e .
-: Maverick ,when he struck Wendell 'Nov. 17, James Harold Johns, 17, however,does not know Baker nor did
::: Chastain, 31,also of Hampton. 1106 W Madison St., was stopped he give the dogs away.
2: According to Trooper D.C. Roberts. 'preparing to turn right onto Orange Baker said two of the dogs are dead I'i I'I
z Johnson left the scene and was ar- St.; a vehicle driven by Shane Jaye and the third ran away., Deputy. Den- I I ,
:- rested later and charged with Thornton, 17, Rt 2 Box 2775, Starke, ton says. >.
5 careless driving, driving with, a :was making! a left turn onto Adkins St. Baker was under$5,000 bond Tues-

2 revoked license and leaving the .
::2 scene of an accident. .
.;.': Chastain was' treated at Bradford Baked
Turkey or Ham
.i Country Hospital for a broken leg. I
6 / I'
with All the Trimmings a
1 Accident Nets Charges
3 Veg. Beverage Dessert
Against''Starke Man

5 Harry Gilbert Ball 31, of Starke, $4.50 Gas & Appliances9
,:= was traveling'eastbound on C-16

"}' when he ran off of the road into a '._ ;, > ; ,. : ., .
culvert, striking a road sign and
Children under.3Freunder'12$1.00
:; skidding into a private yard and ,
.- damaging shrubbery. Sta
T: Ball's disabled vehicle was found off
::;, abandoned about two miles from the |
s: scene. He was later charged with apffl$ 1 ,
i. careless driving, failure to im2 Let us cook your Turkey. ''

:; leaving mediately the,,report scene of an an accident accident.and Assorted homemade; pies & desserts sfMiillS a 1 1 '

,, ., Tina's in Keystone if. $ 1' / I /
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*,, Starke Police Car 473-554O discqu i '
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A Lawtey Man I blacked> into a Starke Tina's Little Italy in Starke

Sj police'car that was 'answering ali 984-3540 '
:? emergency call at the Holiday Inn. e Variable Power Control. Select ]
:- James Winfield Marsh apparent! Open Thanksgiving Day til! 3:30 """' -
---- the that's for
did not see the police vehicle as he power setting right

:-: lot.was exiting the Holiday.Inn parking ,; the food you are cooking.

;: Seventy-Five dollars damage'was p < I I I Ie Automatic Defrost setting.
:S done to the city vehicle. Marsh has $200 Reward I
frost frozen foods and
:3 not been charged in the accident. \ simply j
... 'For information leading to the arrest and conviction of ,I I,\ 'quickly.

1 Improper Backing, "persons) who cut and removed approx. 25 Oak treeson I

.5 Causes Brooker Accident the property across from Highland Fire Tower, U.S.
301 N.. .1. '
," Terri Parker, of Brooker was ; :
::3 backing a 1975 GMC pickup from a
.:.. private drive and failed to see Zoltan Contact: John Gillenwaters I Ii i $29800.
Jabab traveling eastbound on C-18 in
964-8016 .
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::. Parker's vehicle struck Jabab's in or Bradford County Sheriff's OfficeKEYSTONE
:i the right side. P .., .
with improper backing! v' ::"of
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.':3 In Tearle Lake Eugene Butler McDowell, 18, Rt 1 CLINIC Just Say CHARGE IT

3 Box ISO, Raiford, was stopped for a
-i stopsign on the north side of SR-121 on
:,y S.Lake Ave.heading south. A vehicle c.
1. driven by Lillie Bell Webb.. 66, Box 0
:l'' 503, Lake Butler, was traveling east SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE Whirlpoolr
'} on SR121. A vehicle driven by Ken. : -
:':J neth Win. Hendricks 18, Rt. Box 330, .
:..$ Lake Butler, was stopped for a stop
: ; sign on the southside of SR-121 on S. BACK PAIN SCf JS WHIPLASH
Lake Ave. McDowell pulled out onto undercounter Dishwasher]
j SR-121 from behind the north side of (BACKACHE) ''SfoJL (AUTO INJURIES)
the slop sign and ran into the left side NECK PAIN IPJSjk NUMBNESS OR PAIN 9
of Webb's vehicle, which-was')than SHOULDER PAIN UUf IN ARMS OR HANDS Beat the JEA
:. shoved to the right into Hendricks' HEADACHES >|f ON THE JOB INJURIES
J vehicle. (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP Dries without Electric
The drivers of the three vehicles
: wee treated at.the. scene by Rescue3nlaie PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS _

'I ;,;-to McDowell's '73 Chevy MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY .
&, ,..damage to Webb's '72
wick; was I,5dc.and) damage to Hen CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED $
." dricks' '80 Olds:was $300, in the Nov. $328.
19 accident. !'iA: '"Th Doctor Of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine
McDowell was charged with failure But Will/ Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human
to yield right of way and driving while: Vt Frame In Diet And In The Cause Se Prevention Of Disease"
license suspended, according to -T.EDISON
.. Trooper K. G. Etheridge. t> ;SDU300'y
24 Hour Emergency Answering Service '
Minor AccidentsIn Mon.. Wed., & Fri. 8:30 to 6 Tues. & Thurs. H:3111.o. 5 : : <'

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Mark Christopher Anderson W.C. EATON
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; 17, of Jacksonville, had stopped .DR. LOUNETTE EATON 'HWY.21 N.
: on the westside shoulder of C-225

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EltfY 9tuuecxioiVVtTW gc colt wY Paaftxratf o wITM Blandin: Hunting; Pace Picks Up t

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NCT AM r4kT1.E'L R,. y The hunting pace wend at carried out That put the total for- the Blanding is open for general hunting
l r ; r Standing after opening as 61 first 9 days at 4,268 hunters. 115 deer, through Sunday, Nov.29,and then closed
dee were killed last weekend.In 32 hogs and 158 squirrels.The for one week:The reserve reopens for
the 7 day period following opening biggest prize recorded in the last ,turkeys only Dee 7-13 before going
a weekend Nov. 17-22 some 2,000 week was an 11-point 130 pound buck 'back to general hunting (no quota permit
hunters took part in Blanding with the taken by Harry. Daniels of Jacksonville needed) from Dec 14 through Jan.
61 deer plus 19 hogs and 104 squirrels 7.
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Wednesday Nov. 25, is an important fall flight of ducks to be similar to last t of drought day to many Floridians. It marks (the year's. might find ducks using freshwater
opening of the state duck season and But one note caution from the Game t habitats to be more concentrated':
word has it that the stale can expect the and Fresh Water Commission-because, areas of permanent water than they

were last year."Sportsmen -
might be well advised to
scout out their favorite duck hunqng;

'ftj I 1 spot before the season begins to get an
Idea of the effect changing water conditions
The on the ducks" said Tom Good
win d the Division of Wildlife!
'i Last year he said was about average.
j Theseason officially starts at one-half
hour before sunrise Nov. 25 and continues .
to Dec.6. The second phase willbegin
: Dec. 12 and run through Jan.
FAWN 6 -rt:; ft Monfn45 f4bUL.r tz.. Ye'lt1tG + Point values remain the sameGoodwin

atafltd; / [ Bc/rrcwv/ '$ucK : Club also said the second phase

the mourning dove season will wind

;, N t: down Sunday Nov.29.FLORIDA .

,15 ArvirLg/3, et ONLBoH'I / p/eaj/ eerier' OF THC 6 (.IL.I- ? v f t t Get listed. In our Hunt pub M ;
+ ,-fir ,, ,;, you... from the Bradford, THEATRE
+ "I// Union or Keystone Ngts.
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r a buck a
Another Reminder on The New Antler Latv t i 5' f! d'" turkey or other big game

I.I \ ,;;".I't just cal us at 964-6305
> "'4 Frt, Sat. & Sun.
Hunters who have taken the Ji leI us the store location
to woods may only take "antlered deer with one "The definition weight
for deer this year are reminded of the or more antlers at least one inch in excessive shooting was clarified'to of of-the prevent ,.. / ;(:[11 etc of your kW. Faye Dunaway
definition of a I legal buck under the length visible above the hairline." This year bucks who have young- //r---":'
rules of the Game and Fresh Water definition small hair-
a spokesman for the
Fish Commission. Commission covered bony projections but no ROBERT BALDREE of Lake Genevagot his first deer last weekend a in
is clarification "
According to those rules hunters visible tiller rule in effect last year.of the chief antlers ot!,the bureau explained of wildlife Tom resources Goodwin, 3-point buck from Blanding that dressed out better than 90 pounds. MOMMIE'DEAAESTRated

WAYNE CRAWFORD of Lake ButlerHow about an 11 pt? That's the big-
gest trophy rack we've heard from around those parts so far this yearl! : PO

Georgia-Pacific Meets SR WMD WAYNE MCINTIRE and JIMMY WHITEHEAD of Lake Butlersaid they SHOWrMES-t-Friday: 7:00: & 9:TO
combined to down a 7 pt. near Lake Butler Lake during opening weekend.

'Sat. & &.n.: 4:30: ; 6:45: & 8:55:
JERRY WHITEHEAD of Lake Butlernailed an 8-point buck opening

on SantaFePeat-MinintPr iect :301 Drive-In

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FBI. thru HON.
Concerns of Santa Fe Lake increase in the documentary stamp connection with the Santa Fe mining I III. '
Dwellers about water from Big and tax. The purchase was later endorsed project. : ,.',',<'>".-t\V-l:::!;,<',".''o'1> <<". '"
Little Santa Fe being drained off into and requested by the Suwannee River t'CENE
the swamp if Georgia-Pacific's (GP) Water Management District.At G-P officials admitted that their >"AilaU. fARo

plans for peat mining in the area are Tuesday's meeting it was stated studies were incomplete at this time .., ., 0, ,' "' ",,",, "',,: ..
carried out were partially addressed that SRWMD would have only but all phases of the project's effecton The Eyeglass ,, .,, "..','." "" <
during a GP presentation at the "peripheral" input in the permitting the regional environment will be l' :
Suwannee River Water Management process for the proposed peat operation treated in the forthcoming DRI and '
District office in Live Oak Thursday but its request for purchase EIS. Public hearing on these findingswill ) S'111'
morning. would doubtless influence final deci- be scheduled starting next June
Richard Neff, associate engineer sion on the matter by the Florida and July. The matter of permitting :
with Environmental and Science Cabinet.As will come before the Bradford County ( ll1'ZY' ,
Engineering Corporation Commission at that time. Even if all /
Gainesville said the company plans an offshoot from the main project state and federal agencies give their. Fashion Frames for the Entire Family .
to leave an unmined strip of peat G-P is seeking approval and per- approval and Issue permits the pro ,;t :
about mits for mining peat from 427 acres in ject could be ,!<,iI''Sg' ,", ..
1,000 feet wide and over a mile till halted by refusal of Located At .>, ,"/ .
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Cow Bay part of a 950 acre tract the theBradford .P scrl tlons Filled .. : ._ <": > << '
long across the north end of Little Commission to issued ", ''P : """US 301$ a"f dworVJU- d' i 4 ----.....,..
Santa Fe to serve as a barrier,-or company owps clear Bostwick in north permit, according to Zoning Direct'*' "I .I A' .
?(; ; e"I.Ouplicatad- .
Putnam Ths small LM.; -* +Acrots lr m Community Banlwr'/
County. ,
dike to prevent loss of water from the operation Ga.nes. # r 'lrlf'oa./ I
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lakes. if granted will be used as a prototype Sunglasses 964-8510 ;f.7.:J *.
Hopping,,the DRI attorney for G-P/ .,
by G-P to indicate
the feasibility and
Harold Hill president of the Santa OPEN: Monday thru Friday
Fe Lake Dwellers Association ques- cost efficiency of the larger operationin said reclamation"We're" committed to sit although a decision
tioned whether this would be effective Santa Fe Swamp. has not been made as to what type of Saturday 9 am 1 pm Ei

since the elevation of Santa Fe Lake The two projects are not com- use the mined-out land would be plac, Professional Opticians of Florida i:::
will averages 141.0 feet above sea level. It parable, in the opinion of Hill, whosa.'s ed. "There will still be peat on the site "NICE DREAMS"SHOWTIME
be lower than that after iF Member g
mining after
Hill declared.GP the Cow Bay is a "bayhead t..pe"operation mining, Hopping said stating
and does not have the element that approximately one foot of peat =
t" +
admitted representatives at the meeting of damage to area lakes and would be lett of the 18-20 feet deposit Rodney L. Sumner, Owner Licensed Optician : 7:00: ||
the company has a long and rivers which is involved in the Santa

.hard.,--. -row.-.- to. hoe. .before and- if) the Fe Swamp nroiect. r .
"nil an.pu. peat 19 rciiiuveu from the !
swamp. "It will be at least five years The Cow Bay project, which received .
before out boilers can be fired with favorable recommendation from INSULATION I Tho Wwill boClooed" ;
peat" Daniel A. Martinez, regional the Putnam County Zoning Board = i 5
manager of the Palatka and Fort will be opposed by Hill and Tim ITIG&Yllte Items ,e 3 !G
Hudson Division of Georgia-Pacific Keyset, Interlachen attorney and SAVE THAT ENERGY t
told the Telegraph following the president of the North Florida Con- 11/25Mnt11/290n1y;; i ;
meeting. servation Coalition when it goes to
With 13 approvals and/or permits the Putnam County Commission for !
having to be obtained from agenciesat final approval or rejection at 2:30: Look for'4 I
the Federal level and a similar p.m. Tuesday Nov. 24. your best '

number from state agencies it would In his '
be 2'j: years before all the necessary expressed opening belief that presentation Miller holidays with .Clairo P'I!
"was not ? I
permits could be acquired Martinez much in animal life" to be threatened J, .
said, and another 2'r': years before 11III
by loss of habitat in clear-cutting and I
they could be put into effect. draining the
swamp. This statement
The GP t I
presentation, which
opened has been disputed by Hill, a long-time
with a film showing COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL .
peat-harvesting FRAME HOUSE
resident of Santa Fe Lake who EXTERIOR
and says HIGH R VALUE
burning operation in Finland, the CELLULOSE INSULATION I I'
swamp provides shelter for bald .
was Miller largely Southern conducted GP Division by John S. (eagles panthers, and many other en- FIBERGLAS BATTS ." NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
public dangered species. QUALITY I'
.In .. managerland 3 ......... ._. .linn Wade..__ 01_Hoppvironmental en-__- Miller said that with t the use fm i.a Flee sltntala I is

lawyers that is prepar- economical peat Georgia-Pacific tit f.
ing Georgia-Pacific's data for the required could e.cpand its operations in Florida -ON BATING | 964-6956 1 I SAVE f
DRI (Development of to offer 400 new jobs. ON C OOLING .
Regional Impact) required by the Hill has said however, that actor DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE f.
Florida Department of Environmental ding to figures provided by G-P only 2.47
Regulation (DER) and the EIS 40 of the projected jobs would be in 5.99Clairol I

Environmental Protection Agency.) .
!Miller said that the r Clairol Nice 'n Easy Shampoo -
company is now Frost & Tip Every
60 percent self-sufficient in fuel usedat in hair color with "Last thing you need for
its Palatka paper mill, using ing Touch". Shade choices., your hair at home! *
60O.OOO barrels of oil and 240 tons of
bark annually in firing its boilers. Pre-seasn check-up i

"With peat we would be 100 percent ,. r r
self-sufficient" Miller said, adding
that there is a sufficient amount of 1 rl l
peat<<: in the swamp "to carry us well r I '
into the 21st Century." 1J
Miller described the swamp as impenetrable W tcntttiori f
Heat Pump .. 1 I
having a tangled con- 01
sistency "about like a hair ball" J[ j
There are no roads into the center of Right now, for a Special Low Priceirl

the swamp and the few "explorers"who : 1| OilClean and Inspect Charge on your Heat Pump .. -
have been able to reach the WIt : :
We Also
center on foot said they were forced to ooh. -
climb their way across tangled vines' HEATING COOLINGI'.ODUCTS. Inspect Clean and Adjust Furnaces s: I :

and underbrush at a level about six i This includes Filter ReplacementWe ,_......-- I
feet water.above the ground-or rather the:' will be happy to answer any questions you may have I :

Last April. Georgia-Pacific purchased ) ', 3''Itat. about your heating needs .99 i i I.

5,316 acres on the Santa Fe this 1.49,
Swamp in southeast A3
County We'll make sure It'. ready to heat when winter Clairol Final' Net 4
for 2024100.about$381 oz.
per acre. Immediate Clairol' ?
New: Fer'come. A Condition Sham-
protests were heard from the .. Don't let the cold season catch'you un pump'spray.. Price re- poo New
Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association prepared. Give us a call now and set up'your LHHlf88 T$9I8 _ftaI I flects .20 off label mula. 16 oz.extra 'body forr*!' :
and other ,
environmental groups who furnace ;
expressed concern about the effectsof check-upl! :<\\ r

clear-cutting the swamp draining $2 9. 9 5 1.39 1.79ClairolCondition !

and removing peat for use as fuel by .
I Clairol' ClalrMlst
Georgia-Pacific. Super
Those opposing the project hope to Hayes Electric &. Air ,hold, non-aerosol, for- II -In' -' I.
Conditioning stant
have the property purchased from mula. 8 oz. after shampoo treat' :
G-P under an act passed by the 1981 ment. 16 oz., '
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legislative session setting up $300 ; Temple eaae x :
million for purchse of environmental Gas Furnace 984-8744" "' 301 South OPEN Mon.
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The First District Court of Appeal The circuit has 13 days to petitionthe being held in lawful confinement part that: "An inmate must put forth 750-inmate cap at FSP last year;'but' "We think it is an 'appropriate morale *.!

'yeasterday overturned a ruling by higher court for a rehearing or because he previously had ruled that evidence of a real and imminnent recently raised that to 900 because he ing?(that) will) aid the who oEfJte

Circuit Judge R.A. "B zzy" Green, aske the Florida Supreme Court the conditions at FSP amounted to danger of death or great bodily harm, felt that conditions had improved at correctional personnel Grtekr'wont:

,that had dismissed escape charges within 30 days to hear the case. The cruel and unusual punishment and specific to himself, rather than the in- the prison. made to apprehensive''by' .
against eleven FSP inmates. district court decision will not be final were therefore in violation of the mate population) in general, before he i ruling.- Bradford said." 'TheYJti4
constitution. The district claim the defense .not know..whe'her1he b 1>uld beheld J .
until Dec. 7. court had may of escape to Vernon A. Bradford, spokesman for
The opinion of the Appelate Court upheld this ruling. protect himself the Florida Department of Corrections liable for stopping an escape'at-.

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in the penal system by encouraging ment Monday. The inmates were serving The court also cite traditional "pleased with the ruling" and ex-

prisoners to escape." Green had sentences for offenses ranging from avenues of protest- I.e. petition and pected the attorney general'office to !
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..MONEY FAST $20,000 to ) For sale. Contort AND ADDING HOMES WANTED Mrs. Eva Irene Williams and family
$50.000 plus per year. Coll Marvin Grlftii at 431-1108 MACHINES FOR Will pay cash for your used CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIESi GARAGE SAlli EI.ctrlc.tov.
-1-7)6.842-6000 Ext. 5005. or 4311283. 2tpd 11/19 RENTi Union County Tim.., mobile home. Ray Powell, Free estimates Local $20, washer $15
11/26.: 85 SW 2nd Ave, Lak. 4963377. TFN 4/16. distributes for completely many useful Items, some

REAL 1979 FORD COURIER 5 Butler, W. also repair office RENTALS NEEDED In Lake washable nationally new and some used. Boy

speed transmission 2300 machines. Phon. Butler area 3 bedrooms or advertised GardsetteDraperies. clothes, plants, toys and

ESTATE Engine, 4 n.w radial) tires, 496-2261 for mor.lnforma.. more Jane S. Usher saw Enter games. Garage In bock of
topper fqlly/ carpeted bed, tion. TFN 10/1. Realtor 496-2126 prises. Ed or loma house at 527: SW 13th St., Babb Hide-A-Way
LOOKING FOR a special AM-FM stereo cassette MOBILE HOME LOTi For Stephen 4962219. Lake Butler, Show's Sub.
piece of property If I Ilon't player. Phon. 4962679. rent. Phon. 496-23O8. TFN CONCRETE 4962903. Itchg 11/26 5/1/80TFN. Dlv., Saturday, Nov. 28, 10 l wy. 301 S., Waldo .
have it. I'IllInd It-Just TFN 11/12. 11/19. Lake I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP till 6.SPRUCE. ,& Band

REALTOR 496-2126 or SALE $35 for 1/2 cord acres wooded; good farmland waiting. WITH CASH. JaneS. while you work or FOR THE HOLIDAYS with anew d \1.a.tt:

496-2903. eves.. "Your delivered. Phon. Chuck at N.w Rlv.r Area. Usher Realtor 496-2126 Christmas shop. carpet. We repair oppllcances 1Aa Banar i Deo.// THE
Union County Realtor tfn 4963859. Itpd 11/26. Phon. 378.1321 daytime, or 496-2903. Itchg 1126MISCELLANEOUS Reasonable rotes call : lawn mowers r. Cbt\a..Co'\o

3/26. WAHER $ISO. Dry.r $100. after 3 p.m. phon. 496-3731 and ask for Install rug and carpet, l eatuTinB ru tte""ce9' Su daY 1)) OFFICE .
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Simmons Double Bed- 473-4038. Lou Brown. 4tchg Karen. 3tchg 11/26 12/3 antennas, pumps, cut and kS9\"I\ng e SHOP
NEEDSiColl V.n.ra Brown 11/1211/1911/26 12/3. Install glass. See us for fur sally
never used $173, qu..n 12/10. 'Ili on .. i To w cr
496-3022, Sandy Hazen size bedroom suite $600 6 TRAILER FOR RENTs Mobil. FREE PUPPIES Just In time 3 FAMILY YARD SALIi nltur. appliances, .. 0" n nrel

196.3994.v.s or Gerrl Lennon piece) living room luite home for r..nt, 2 bedroom for Christmas. Coll Coots, shoes and clothes of lawnmowers. TV, carpet, o om "Chrl.tmaa" New Year's Parties'* ,
4963140. Tiffin and $600. console color TV furnished with washing 496-2126or496-2903. Itchg all .Iz... Lots of misc. rug, water pumps Rivers e.
Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 $350. Simmoni' twin bed machine. In Raiford on 11/26 Saturday Nov 28. '.5. 517 Hardware and Furniture Bar Hours pm -2 am 11a997Hour5pm-7pm 'J
Box 788, Lake Butler FL. $123 frotl free SR121. Phon. 4311614. SW 12th St., Lake Butler. 85 East Main Street Lake

tfn chg. 8/6 refrigerator $150 double Itpd 11/26. Mike McNabb CUSTOM COMBINE WORKl Butler' FL, 32054 phone

WEEKLY SPECIAL AAA Real b.d $60. hid.-a-b.d Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or 4962241. Open Monday
Estate offers a Country w/chair $173 Phon. IN TOWN: 2 bedroom home. Roof RepairsSky 4962903.: TFN 8/20. thru Saturday 8 a.m.-o '

Place, 26 acres, 3 755-2397 Provld.nc. tchg Jon. S. Usher Realtor. _pm. Itchg 11/26. ?P men Center .
bedroom, 1 1/2 both, family 11/26. 496.2126 or 4962903. tchg Lights Installed

room has natural rock 11/26 Gutters Installed & fat ?2ept uctive 7!ea t/t

fireplace. Well designed INSURANCEMAINES Mobile Home Roofs
kitchen, has pl.nty of YARD SALESAT. Repaired Classified Ads 800 LOMAX STREET, JACKSONVILLE ((904)) 354-2817
cabinets, land Is all tillable
and Includes larg. barn Coating
Cul-de-sac driveway Pinch : 160 S. take Ave., Lak. ., NOV. 21: 9 am til 4 Installed e ABORTION TO 14 WEEKS '
Butler 496-3976. Compl.t. pm. Cloth., books bikes. ,;.
Gut Call..96.381.. for
area. Insurance Service. TFN Duality Workmanship e OUTPATIENT TUBAL CATION
appointment. Itchg 11/26. household Items, misc. Get
Charles Thomas, Vt mi. at fair prices ResultsCROSLEY

High Cost of Living Got You Down? signs.. Itchg 11/26 496-3819 ",

> "'6.3022. MAtTOn TRAILERSBuy .................e.... '

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direct from the) ManufacturerEnd
G.rrl L.nnon M 1131 NW 13th St.
taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR ..".31..0 ft Golnesvllle. of the Year Inventory Reduction Solo. : Now Featuring f;.

August These all electric 904-377-77SO
occupancy Dealer Prices to Customers t
units with lots of closet 50% Off Green Tags .1
are spacious
.BEST BUY AROUNDI Brick 3 b.droom,1'/i both, family from Starke and surrounding areas
space, and all have wall-to-wall carpet- room. CH/A. Carpeted. 322 Acre f.nc.d pasture with :

ing, drapes and kitchen appliance. On timber, 2 ponds, trailer hookup, close to Raiford, Largest Selection In the U.S.A. save at :

site laundry facilities. Rental assistance Highway 121 frontage. Call Gerrl for details. from small Utility Trailers up to ........... ... ..
.ONLY $500 DOWN will buy this 3.IB acre lot, high and encore .

for qualified applicants. dry, heavily wooded, beautiful homeslte. Owner flnanc- 18 Ton Equipment Trailers '.

For applications and information, .d. Off 239A. 3'!. miles South of Starke on Hwy. US 301 ENCORE CONS9SM&EMT SHOP "

please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St.; Lake .. '. r 721,II..,Tlmpl.!! Ave:,.OP.. NIORriat.!: ..... ,..t.. __ .
W. have top quality'acreage with affordable' prices A.,11 4'S .In :g.'I" '''''' ,/"' ''" riwiwis NJ toIlO/l1
Butler, Florida 32054 or Call''496-3141-( : looking for farms, real estate or Investment property I PUBLIC .
Equal Housing Opportunity. Call Us. We want to work for you. ,I

Ordered Sold By Farmer Home Administration e t1r dsr uw v .1\

TOMi 10 a.m. laturd.". Doc 5, IM1
I PLACE 7 miles So. of Sellevlew. .... on U.S. 301
Keystone Ads
Heights Near Oxford. Florida
TERMS. Cash Cashiers
Company Check, with
.Bank Letter of Credit. No Personal Checks or Credit Cards GetRidfYoura
or 10% Cash on Sale Day Salem In 4. hours.

LAKE LOT sand bottomed 2 Combines 6.Fertiliser Sale
LEGION HALL SR-21 on Distributor Turkeys
bedroom 1 bath furnished WILSON T-2000 tennis S.
Pumps 5-Power
Saturdays 7 p.m and Sun cottage on Little Lake racquets, call 473-2210 or lake In Hillcrest. $800 Units 2 Curing terns.40 ft.Me ft.
days 2 to 5. Public invited Geneva $225 month.Keystone 473-4380 after 5:00: down, $146.44 per month. Irrigation Pip. ..110O ft. all sires up to I"I
per p.m W* t
Phone 473-4058 Diplomat II Motorhome 1. .
tfnchg: 10/15 TFN 10/29 or Mown f Sprayers .
OVEREATERSANONYMOUSAre Realtor, 473-4961 Heights tfnchg Realty CARPENTER WORK .473-4367 after 6 p.m. *Volume Gun. Hose and Re*. 1-Plows. .. Plante A "turkey" is an item laying around the house IA2'f'
LAKE LOTS AND Up Trucks 11 .
you ONE HALF OF DOUBLE OFFICE WANTED KeystoneHeightsMeirose ACREAGE- Harrows 7- Cultivators which don't
addicted to food? Is your for rent, a/c. area. Keystone Heights, owner I Consignments Accepted Prior to Sale Day you use or want to keep, but which >,'

weight affecting the way carpeting. $80 per month. Call Fred 473-2903. 11/12 financed 10 percent interest McDougall's Auction Company someone else might. I'.h

you liv. your life? Call 470 Lawrence Blvd.Keystone 4tchg 1203MUSTANGS Lots on clear, sand 6305 Romllly Dr., Jacksonville, Florida 32210
O.A. No dues fees bottomed 'lake, priced to t RZ
no now.lgh.ins. -
473-4472 WANTED There
Jackie Pay Phone 1 04 772-7980 comes o time In everyones life that need
Open meeting sell from $9,900. One to we to get rid or our ,qt r
tfnchg 10/22 top dollar for wrecked or five Turkeys.... Well now Is the time,... The Bradford ,
Tuesday nights at 7:30: OFFICE SPACE for rent junk mustangs Call acres overlooking lake r County 5/ l4 Of0
p.m at St. Anne's Keystone Office Center (9043980341.) Don Barry. (access available) with Telegraph, Union County Times and The lake Region Monitor Is go. 3 lone

Episcopal Church call 475-2160 after 4:00 WANTED WEBELO UNIFORMsize nice trees from $3.500 Ing to help you. here's how. (This Is for you ladies we all know that 5

Keystone Heights. p.m. tfnchg 10/29 10.12 (medium) in $500 down $50 a month. GIVE A the menfolks will be hunting If they didn't hove to work this'Yy .1

Meetings also held PARTIALLY FURNISHED one good condition, Commercial frontage- weekend). As you are throwing out the turkey bones, fixing turkey tut
Thursdays at 9:30: a.m. in bedroom flat. In historical reasonable investment opportunity. I sandwiches inturkey.
Phone for
price. lunch, or doing else ''
do with
the Starke Recreational SR-21 N. Owner-salesman. WINNINGGIFT you over
building downtown 473-2976 alter 6 and ...
Bldg. In Stark. For information Melrose. $175 per month, weekends 11/19 2tpd 4734375. tfnchg 8/6 THINK WHAT TURKEY CAN I GET RID OF TO GET SOME A'
or emergency help call 475-1222 1I/192tchg AKC DOBERMANSTopquality CHRISTMAS CASH. You may want to get rid ol hubbys lawn mowers

call 473-2790 or 964.8587. 11/26 HELP only. You are Invited FROMSUIUK' he won't miss It till springtime. How about taking his fishing tackle: -

tfnchg 8/27 FOR RENT 2 Bedroom furnished WANTEDWORKING to visit our kennels. or one of his shotguns or hunting dogs let that turkey) go in our
$185 per month. 1.269.1917 r fill out this form.... THESE TURKEYS HAVE GOT
meetings Monday's at 8 I1/193tchg 12/3 LOGS SPLIT load of peat ,
p.m. Open meetings Fri. RENTAL 3 BEDROOM log Employment Service. Serving moss $50. load of chicken

days 8 p.m. Alanon cabin furnished Keystonearea. Keystone Heights and manure $60 any odd Jobs Monday at 8 Melrose areas Low fees, 4751720.
11/26 ck
p.m.AlateenMonday's ? $250 per month plus Itchg
473-4472. 10/8 tfn >I
7 p.m. security deposit. 473-2354 SHOT GUN 12 gauge Rem- a
All meetings at the Educational ll/192tchg 11/26 LIBRARY DIRECTOR The Clay ington Wing Master $150

Building Community FOR RENT lOOOSq. Ft. alas County Board of County 4734677. Itchg 11/26 -
Church.; 475-2163 tfnchg under construction 3000 Commissioners are 3 WHEEL BIKE (bike) 3 t .'. ,
for i "
soliciting application.
10/ IS
ft. from pseed.
sq. across office facotry new. I
LONELY Stamp for free in Commercial Circle. the position of library bought it. but never usedit. Use up to 30 words for$2.50 there Is no restriction on what turkeys t
formation. New Singles Director. The minimum requirement you advertise (Please i If the
473-2149 tfnchg 11/26: Save $150 below Turkey happens be your husband :1. ::1
Magazine Box 880.G9)( ) FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM 1 is a five year catalogue price. L.J. Bat- 0 remember that this is hunting season: and there Is a l lot of gobbler .

Boynton Beach Fl. 33435 bath mobile home. Starting college masters of degree, with Science a chelder P.O. Box 231 RM 11r hunting going on). ..' ... ', "1'i?
4tpd 11/4/ 11/26 at $135.00. call Library Woodland Dr. Keystone
:. Major, and one year of i :'
4732879. 2tpd 11/26 12/3 H.laht.32656. Itpd 11/26
professional library and moil to Bradford County T.I.groph"P.O. Drawer A, Starke, :.- -
f sjE'IE BJIOADWAY"TREE KEYSTONE AREANew 3 administrative experience, MAHAN PECANS for sale. Fla. o -i
bedroom 2 bath brick home with demonstrated super Best nuts In years) Thin I. f

SERVICE with garage and access to visory ability. Submit applications shelled 12.000 Ibs. W. A. t .mS Or bring to 133.W. Call 'I
Starke ;
t Lake Bedford Large wooded or resume's to Scol.., 4734378. '11/12 Times and Monitor or you can take It to.' the. Union Co.
ft IMVNIVeMf lot. 5400 per month first Mr. George I. Carlisle, ..
j ; and lost month plus damage Clerk of Courts P.O. Box HOMES FOR 're making great r.
1wRRlittgI deals. "- Please
money saving on enclose
deposit. One lease. 698 Green Cove Springs, money. t
year SALE ..
I i Fret Estimate fait QAJ_ ,n.OA71_. ".. 1._o if...... by "::00 p.m. Dec. I... 1981.PERSONAL youngster two Dlk..1'1i' t holiday make unbeatable your The .;.

r MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom C GOING OVER SIA-MUST 1962 Sutuki RM.60 and RM 80. Stc Bradford County Telegraph I.
I '/. bath on canal overlooking SELL Both otter big RM features and styling And for 1982trie a :..
cute 2
bedroom ,
AM DO comes will the incredible full Floater rearsuspsnsion I .
| 473-4732 Lake Geneva. $200 SERVICES house
per lake aces, 964.6305: ;
I mo. Call 379-1448.' days or beautiful large wooded For young mooco._..toe RM 60 and RM 80 are a !
x 5 P....
376-4766. CARPENTER dream come true
evenings. 11/19/ WORK. lot assumable mortgage
KsrystMt HekjRtaHwnthty. 4tchg 12/10 Remodeling wok, kitchen, at 9%, call owner I".Come..little in now yellow and machine we'II save you some green on one ol Luke Region MonitorS J-
cabinets and trimcarpenter. 473-2735.: tfnchg 10/29
S.M-M. : HM-M. :
YARD SALE prices. Call Ed Reasonable e Power Reed engine Power A..d'engine. : ; 473-221O ,.. J
Dempsey % ;:
PERSONALSERVICES a Front air forks Full Floater rear t'f I ,t.
473-7034 between 7:30 \ JIJ "I> .
Suiuki ( \ ;:
.....rn'. YARD family SALE Indoor Camp sale.plus 2 'a.m. to 3:30 p.m. tfnchg a e speed"PEI"transmission jgnilion a. Leading suspension axle l front air forks '''c t.1", ", t. ",; iJ'J"' ')) It"' "Irnio.-r.'tlnt'_ ,.::..=,.- {
Friday CARPENTRY e Longl'.a'" Oaaoilrearshock witn to "\' .; I, -
.11 natS l lr and Saturday November MASONARY AND suspension remote reservoirPrimary h :' J):) Th..1.8 :;
:27 and 28th. 9:00: a.m. to WORK build kickslarling' Sua>gni.Pull fiuos .. ..... .J;]! 5
r.mad.l.I carpentry, .. '..
300 patios, additions, great \"c ... ... ) '
=$1$11w p.m. Kitchen items, referrences, ..atl.factionguaranteed. -' )
carbonated ing homes and tile work.Also .. > 4962261J ted I
drink machine, Call 475-2854' ...... '
"I' lV Free
; 8' truck camper, canoes, estimates. Phone 473-4473 before 8 a.m. or after 7AINTIP4GWAU ." .,) Hl t
II 471412tosMtn clothes ',
tools, bicycle, P PAPERING rlEii -- /! i
motorcycle during day. tfnchg 8/6 ;) J ..
s Of MeferServiig equipment, washing, free
UNWANTED pressure '
HAIR ../ 3T
baby clothes tent Free V
5 IIsIds AppRasae movies. 'being shown. DESTROYED FOREVERI estimates. Expert Craftmanshlpl Suzuki of Starke !
Why settle, for temporary? 473-3773 TFN
473-3281 Off SR 'on"Lake
Irwrtorrf day Call for appointment YARD r WORK.HOUSE WORK
Johnston follow U.S. 301 South Starke
eentiee 473-7033, Amy's ElecIrolysls. painting, hauling ,
camp word signs.: Itchg 490 LawrenceBlvd. anything) 475-1720 before
964-6020 -.J
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., Keystone. 9/24 tfn 9.00 a.m. or after 5:00: p.m.
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Deadline for a classifiedad TRUCKS1t73 HOMES PROPERTY 1.1
mobile home .
preceding Thursdaybefore 24 x 36" 25C each. Used In SUPER BEETLEi New BRADFORD __ MINI .._ .
(separately, $40 each); I is 3/4 paid or more OLIN'SMOBILE
publication. printing) of newspapers.Greet Whirlpool 13.000 btu A/C paint; Michelin radials; HOME SALES, HOUSE/OFFICE i1.
Minimum charge $2.50 for minor repairing with anergysaving cycle good condition. $1800. Call 964-5606. Open .7 days starling al COMPLEX for sole. 80 pet. !
964-7682. 11/05 tfn payments ( TREALTYCECILIA
(Cover 15 Words) |lobs. Bradford county (still undur warranty). weekly TFchg month. John owner financing availableat !
Each word over 15 is 10 Telegraph. 964-6309. tfn. Great condition. Sold for 2 door excellent WE BUY AXLES TIRESl w per Mobile Home 11 pet. I'. acre with ) (
Not responsible for errors NEW CARPET. NEW t USEDi $475 will sell for $395. axle + 4 tire $135.00. room for expansion. Phon.own.r. t
condition fully loaded. Center 4733775.49tlnchg.
Furniture I 'Appliance. Phone 961-8334. 11/19 Del. to Olin MH. Hwy. 100 473-2735. 9/24 tfn
when given! over the $1500. Call 964-7464. 11/19 i '.
Plumb fixtures and pipe. 2tchg 11/2!. W Starke. 9645606. TFchg J'
phone or when copy Is not BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 2tchg 11/26 WANT TO BUY usedtypewriter "'/.IJII "Price Leaders of PHONE 964.7776ERWILLLGAR
KING SIZE IUD I with frame 14 EACHt Phone Co. HOMES
South. 964-6679. 2/5 the South" with the lowest
and to and adding 2fl'5 m
typed brought the N.
Excellent and Low Tampl Stark
and mattress. con pickups van. 162 !
UMEROCKs 20 yard seml-, machines. Must be In rate of percent FOR SALE .
office. beds only.' Phone dition. $12i|. Coll 964. .7103. mileage. 1972' thru working condition, Large selection of 12, .1 "0'ITS

782-3172. lawtey, AllEN Itchg ll/2cv; 197.. .. $1500 to $1900. 964-5764. tin 2/12. and 24 wide Factory owned KEYSTONE-STARKE AREAs WE'RE PEOPLE INCREDIBLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
North Florida Trucks, 5601
YARD SALE TAYLOR. 7/30 tfn. 3 BR HOUSE TO RENTi Central and operated. COM New home for sole. Also
NW 13th St., Gainesville
DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN FOR RENT heat/air; by local MUNITY MOBILE HOME quality built home. $22 SPECIAL
374-8828. 11/19
I....-' HOUSE 301 South 12/10 4tchg- minister. No children or SALES Highway 301.N, per sq. ft. built on your lot Executive home on Golf Course Absolutely -
964-6740.We Buy and Sell MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE It" VW HATCHBACKi p.,.. Ph; 964-8594. 11/19 Starke. Open 7 days a or ours. Adams A Hall,
GIGANTIC YARD SALE Fri. Uied Furniture and 'Ap HOME PARK mobile homes 2door. Rebuilt week 964.8741 10/29 tin.19B1 473-2056 or 475-2128. 6/4 be.iutiful! Brick 4 BR, 2'/2
and US-301 south of pliances. ./13 Hn.RECONDITIONED .. engine.New MOBILE BA study all appliances deck
Sat TV'Si Color and space for rent. front tires, $1400. Call CAMPERSTRAVEL RIVER OAKS CUSTOM HOMES now
lawtey. 7 am til 6 pm. Nice Recreational"' vehicle 964-6020.; 9601. 25. Itchg HOME 2 bedroom lull under construction pool approx. 2830 sq. ft. on 1 acre.
at $100.00.Trode
women and mens clothes starting welcomo. Phone 468-2912. 11/26 baths, 6 mos. old. A.kingSoI.OOO.Ol overlooking Starke Country Paved circle
driveway 2-car
-fns welcome. Phone ft.
TRAILER 1982, 35
and much much more.Look HOUSEKEEPING and deep- 1971 HONDA HUNTING : : and take over Club. Adams and Hall
961.1212.6/11 tin. Park model. >/C landsccaped and in
Spartan garage excellent
for signs. 11/192Ichg. USED COLOR TV'Si Carter Ing room. TV and air.. BUGGY!31.000 miles. New rollout awning, swivel $277.04 payments Call Builders. Phone 473-2056
Underwood Motel 3 mile IIr... Excellent condition 481-4491 10/29 175.2128.6/1 TFchg. condition.
SALE, SALE! Clothing, TV, 782.3577. W. accept rocker. Owner must sell. anytime. or
dishes, carpets, novelties, VISA and MosterChorge. North (:If Starke on Hwy. $1400. Call 964.6020; See at Jo-Lu Court US 301 Stchg 11/26 FRESHLY PAINTED PAPEREDi .
all discount 301.; 109 tfn 96"-825.. Itchg 11/26 1973 ARCOi 12x65. 2 BR 1'/ 3 bedroom concrete
shoes at
toys, MOBILE HOME SERVICE 1/2 ml. south of Starke. Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with
have fresh table MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 1978 DATSUN 2BOZI Many BA, Central air. Excellent block home. Kitchen large
priAs. Also POLESi 100 amp. $135; 8750. 964-8810. Itpd low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
and 16 and 225. extras Custom built '
greens, 75C bunch. Use our 200 amp. $225. Call Hwy. 11/26 condition. f: one 4681316. dining living room with comfort & quality together with energy efficiency.
Cleanl Call /68.1323.3/12 $8500. Call
lay-away plan for anytime 964-6365 Starke. tfn 964-5825. Itchg 11/26 ; 11/192tcl... 1/26 fireplace, family room, + + .* + _* * *

Christmas Item. Bryan's 10/29 tfn 3 BR, I 'BA LIVING ROOM. 1972 FORD MAVERICKi LAND laundry and shop. Small .7TH DAY AL V. CHUKlH RD. 230ANeat frame bldg..
This& That Shop, corner 16 GAS HEATERS gas'stoves;; dining room A kitchen, Automatic. Small 6 cyl HELPWANTED yard many trees and carpet 2-ga, heater A/C. lot 100' x 125'.
& 301. Old Gulf Station. electric stove; misc. furniture central heat and air. In engine. Needs body work FOR SALE shrubs. $24,000. $9.000 .415 MELTON TERRACE-Attractlve brick 3 BR 2 BA. CH/A.

BIG GARAGE SALEI Nov. 27 ; lamps. Call Hampton. Phone 4681779. and paint lob $600. Call down, seller assumes mortgage carpeted panelled drapes, chain link fence around yard.

thru Dec. 6. Next door to 964-6365. 10/29 tfn ((1st months rent In ad. 964-5047 after .. :30 40 HEAVILY WOODED CITY OF HAMPTON i Is at 12%. Calls taken 215 W. WASHINGTON-Zoned commercial. Charm comfort. -
Allen's Meat Market East HAVi Veery good quality. vance-)5/7) tfn weekdays.. Itpd 11/26 ACRES with good hunting. accepting applications for Friday evening Ihru Tues Approx. 2.000 sq. ft. CH/A carpeted drapes, 4 extra
Good for cattle and
Brawnlee Street, TRAILER LOTSi High and dry; 1973 PINTO Automatic day. 9647582. 11/12 3tpd lot. Owner financed.
horse. Clifford Martin. 3 mile NE of courthouse a full time policeman. Applicants -
stereos, oak shade trees; 2 mile transmission Call EXCEPTIONAL VALUE I 2 SLAKE SANTAFE.Custom built w/everything Im
Speakers tape 964-7145. 11/26 2tchg $1500 p.r acre. Owner must have a high you can
players, cameras. C.B.'s 1203PUPPIESi South on US-301,94-8238. 964-6271. 11/262tpd 12/03 financed. France Mann school diploma or GED BR. I BA Irame. Living .. 3 BR. 3 BA. 2200 sq.ft. 2 story well Insul.. CH/A on

hot plate, curling Irons, Just In time for 9/3 tfn' 80 VW SCIROCCO SPORTS. Realty Inc. Realtor. equivalent; be able to room dining combo kit. 2 ac.. 3-car garage BO ft. on water. Invest now I
ON KINGSLEY LAKE Small Still under
watches, all klnd'lftw.lry, Christmas. Will be weaned with heat and air. condition.warranty.Lowmll.ag. Excellent 374-4999 ol 3780442.11194tchg work rotating' shifts; must chen. Lot, 100' x 165'. Well !RD 16 E ROOM TO ROAM B acres B nearly new Ig.
clothes of all size and first week In December. cottage Nov. 15 thru 15. .. Call 1 /IOACREAGE have a minimum of hours pump septic tank. All lor brick home; CH&A; fully Insulated; 2 car garage;
May 782-3410
much. much more. Rain orShin. $15.00 ea. Clifford Martin Wint..r rate. NO PETS. 7823469. Itchg 11/26 with Police Training board only S9.000 $3.000 down fireplace; alarm system; Intercom w/stereo; screened
.. Yell come Itpd 964-7145. 11/26 2tchg Call 5332366. Deposit required. r and receive credits from finance balance of $6.000 atI2 back porch; water softener; one lot with home has well

11/26 12/03 10/22 tfn PERSONALSERVICES 2.21 acre heavily wood- Florida Department of law o for 5 yrs Payments septic tank electricity X can have a trailer
FRI. C SAT.! 10 am til 4 pm. DOUBLE-DOOR: REFRIGER ed. $6500. Cash or Sub. Enforcement. Apply City of $133.47 mo. Call Wayne .COUNTRY CLUB New S luxurious well designed well

SR.225 off 16 N, past ATOR/FREEZER. $125. Ic. PRIVATE TRAILER LOTS In Term Hampton Hampton Douglas. Office. 964-7776; built home w/flreplace, huge walk-In closets.
Carter's TV shop. Lawtey.Itpd .. Maker. Encore 96/-5618. country., 2Vi miles from RRR.......... Florida 32044. 11/19 2tchg home.964-6593. Associate, KINGSLEV LAKE Brick duplex Rent or use as home)
11/26 AKC COCKER SPANIEL pup Stoi'ke. Owner furnisheswater BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Hwy IOOE'Ac. 11/26 Terwillegar Realty. tchg 301 S 33 ACRES B. HOME One of Bradford's finest

SAT., NOV. 21: Starling at pies. 964-7929. Itpd 11/26 all other hook-ups sharpening service, circular Lot-e.OOO. REGISTERED NURSE ItLawtey residences' over 3000 sq. ft.: fine acreage, barns, splitrail
Correctional Institution
8:30: am. Carter's TV Shop, HOLSTEIN BULL one yr: ore. In. Call 964-636S hand, carbide, ............. HOMES fence. Well kept.
old.. $100.00 2'/ old chain, blade hollow'ground an all male correctional Strawberry Acre-SIR
SR.-225, lawtey. Six ; yr. anytime. 10/29 tfn mower Country Club-Hwy.230 facility is seeking 2BA. 9.28 fenced .BROOKLYN LAKE-Coiy Board Batten cottage. CH&A.
AQHA GELDING. 60000. qnd balanced.
fojhilles, Children IN SVARKEi 2 BR, unfurnished 1121 BiSSENT RD. La. lot, nice landscape 3BR
Call 11/26 Jackson 2.3 Ac. Zoned. R1A an RN2 for the evening stocked ponds. $58.000. corner ;
7823781. Itpd Leave at
djl the., men sport coat. shell house. $160 per month, Building 20000. shc'i, Beginning salary ............. 2B, CH1A has attic fan; patio; fenced beck yard; 14' x 28'
Starke .
PECANS Stuart Supply In Keystone
cfrdpes, spreads, tire* andcftJJwr 'Vondemo: Money paper makers;; fiat and last month In plusdamage ad Heights or lake Butler ......... $17,455. Requires graduation Lawtey 3 BR. 1 blk. from lighted shed.'EPPERSON .

misc. Itchg .11/26 Curtis, 75 cents per Ik. Call vance. Call deposit 473-3246 after TFchg 10 Acresi large barn,, from accredited schoolof school shady.$24,000. ST Owner fin. CB.3 BR, 1% B. CHiA.
FRIQAV!! B. SATURDAY 9 am 964-7698. Itpd 11/26 S:3Opm. 11/19 31chg 12/03 ALCOHOLICS ANONV- stocked pond 23000. nursing and one years Reduced 22000. 'DAVIS ST. OFF 301 9 Ac. more or less owner fin.. Has
tipm. Clothes, furniture, 9 V GALV. ROOFING MOOS $4000 dn. Assum. mtg. nursing experience. Must ...5 5 5 5 5 RN.R ;potential for mobile home park.

bitfy items, tapes and 64.20: 7'-$4.95; 8'-S.70; PAWN SHOP/USED FURNITURE Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619. RRRR.RRRRRR be certified. Apply Mon Award Winning newly RAIFORD Frame 3 BR 1 B; barn stables: pool;
ocJZtj ft ends. Go out East 9'-$6.45;. 10'-$7.20; SHOP for rent. 108 E. TFchg t Acres Well powerpole. day thru Friday, 8 5. remodeled home on lenceaVcrossfenced. Only $23,500.
Call! St.. .second road to 11'-$7.95; I2'-$8.70. All Call St, Best offer SEWING MACHINES 10200.. 904-782-3811. An Equal Hwy. 100E. Must see to 1091 COLLEY RD. Brick 3 BR. I'B VA loan of
right after you pass FloridaP sires picked up. Jackson 9M-7189; 964-5648. Itpd REPAIREDi All makes ........... Opportunity Employer. appreciate. Screened 526,305..S.lIing price 35000.

SI.-IIpd 11/26 Call toll .free lusted $15, Work 323"Oa.. PART TIME HOUSEKEEPER: utility rm-workshop 334 N. MYRTLE CH&A. Assum. mart.. owner. will take, .
FRI. A SAT.! Clothe. 1-800-342-2702. 11/26" DOOMS: For reent at low guaranteedJames *.**..*a*#%+* tMust, like children and have cen. H/A range. refrlg., back second Attractive Int.rlors' '-'. '

household items; handmade 2tchg 12/03 L ,.w:.; .. lompl. Slocklon4corner I MarBqn.,. '..,...wdvMh;: UtC1t-td. .1. ,:i3Vvn. .transportation'' .toBradfordUnion $!5,000.Ii HRRRRYRRRR. .8 AC.-NEAR.HAMPTON-Fenced:750 gel: VpMe tontr.'XStr
crocheted items, and COME SEE US AT THE HOUSE"OF Mete sa964.7357% EOW. Rd.,qnd Hwy 16. JFcha/ < ., ";.We-Artffiow: county line ..re.I.. ft. well. 21000. Financing available.LOT .
Super 3BR, 2Ba
Rd. BARGAINS In Lawt.y. 11/12 CHAIN LINK FENCEr Install 964-5078. II I ,26 ClUB
much more. On Alton Irt Our'Ne"JpflicesHwy. Itchg 3 let In 7 COUNTRY ESTATES-S5.000.
line of .d. Free estimates on Southgarew14
Full clothing: HandyMan
west side of Madison "St. MOBILE HOME ,,2-BR. fur- 3dTSi, Lawtey 'x23' screened .3 LOTS IN FIVE OAKS-$15,000.
children and adults at Fence Co.,964-8559. >
Baptist Church. 10 am .tit S bargain prices. 10/22 tfn 964-5261 nished.Grlffl.Loop.or 964-6112. TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER Comer See Us LOSTFOUNDLOST patio utility bldg. Price ..3.95 ACRES IN CITY$21,000.

pm. Itchg 11/26 12/17 REPAIR: Call Incr patio furn,., .ml. .... ENEVA LAKE ESTATE-Beautifully wooded 1/2 acre
FRI A SAT Two families. FLOOR MODEL never used ll/264tchg the Office Shop. 110 W. Janet M. Starling Boston Bull. Female, lawn tool, riding lawnmower I'' lot. $.000 each > good financing.

Washer dryer bikes, Whirlpool Gas Dryer Call St., Starke, for details, Realtor 782-3931 black and white. Appro I washer a dryer COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES-truly beautiful home)13 BR, 3
clothes, household Item. $339.00. Call 9647201.. FURNISHED EFFICIENC'YJ'partm.nt 964-5764..tfn. Michael. Caaney yr. old. Last at little SantaFe refrlg.. range-$55,000. BA on 1.3 Ac.. hugs family room w/flreplace. This home
9 Iii US-301 S By week or lake. Call 475-2583. has ....
am 4 pm. to Itchg 11/26. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Realtor Assoc., .....827 .rythln..1.PRICED .
SR-18 left '/" mi. to month. Both sleeping and Doors windows., etc. anytime. Itchg 11/26 3BR. 2Ba.. Spanish style TO SELl $24,200 lot en Lk. Geneva.
Hampton; Baptis* Church OFFICE ELECTRIC TYPE. 'cooking apartments JACKSON BUILDING SUPP ham. on spacious lot In .40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA-HI and dry with pecan trees

property. Itpd 11/26 WRITERS. Price, $'35 to available. Most utilities In LY,, 9646078. Order also Carpentry Work Starke. 32000..... Realtor Associates-After Hours
THREE FAMILIES Clothes for $ILO each. Call 964-5807. cluded. 208 Cherry St. taken In Lake Butler Glen Nettles ,& meImapmakr R5 R5 5 RR5 5 Wayne Douglas a Broker-Solesman 964-653

all'pges. Several different ll/192tchg 11/26 964-7103. Itchg 11/26 496-3079 and Keystone Arthur Masters Fred Sackett Broker-Salesman 461-1444
iterR*. SR-16 eastt mile LOT f2li I'acres with Heights 473-4973. 2/26 WerAreNowIn Byron Terwlllegar-964-7776 Martha Dorko-7S2-3397
out'of city limit on the garage ,20 x 36 ft. landscaped Royal Scott tfn. *. Free Estimates "Family Hair 8tylln,Baku" Our New Offices Anne Terwillegar Nelson-471-1477
left, Doublewide trailer fruit trees, berry BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK *. Low Prices U.S. 301 N. Stark Hwy. 301 S, Lawtey .
Look,for signs. Saturday bushss.etc. All utilities- 19.99 EA. SERVICE Bradford County Excellent References (across from Powell'.) Come See Us.
D'2Itpd" 11/19' .electricity water'sewer6ml. Thrush 18" GP14.99BA. residential pump-outs. *
Noy north from Starke on $50. We also re-lay drain 964-9135 or 964-5832 964-7100 Janet M. Starling
SR229. Anyday except lines. Phone 964-8121. Realtor 712-3931 C\\VP'f I-KSGIIIIG}
CY 'l.\\y6a4Sy clothes, misc.clowesy'teys. Tuesday and Wednesday., Slit w Huffier 5/28 TFchg. indoor Flea Mkt. Michael B. Cooney

; lots of misc. Whispering Pine Estates; and Disc Fart WILL DO GENERAL. REPAIR Boat the ColdGet Frl. & Sat. Only .Assoc.. 964-8827
On (Aorgan Rd., between 11/19 Ho WORK Carpentry roofing Wood furniture madeto
14 Hour -96
SR-lp ..and US-301 north. and painting Ph. 782.3669. your firewood early order. beauty shop
itpd1x'19; FREE ESTIMATES. 11/19 Oak or Pine. $40, pickup eauloment clothes Motorcycle1973HARLEY

BIG RUMMAGE SALES Friday Kroll load or $70 per cord. crafts, misc.Firewood Register Oil & Gas
I Realty Company i
and /f\dtUfcjoy am til 4 Mary Kay Call Thomas Nettles DAVIDSON
pm. tobiof Item to choose 864 N. Tempi Ave., Suite B j j7615 Lake Butler Electro-glide. 8.600 miles 308 S. Thompson Street

froni'Alslo have large sires '''- I CosmeticsLouise 496-3738 ft ScrapOak 3000. Call 964-8417. ,4Bk 964.5888
for vycfWv'SR-lOO. behind 1l/192tpd 11/26 __ .
Starling viotfo Pine (gulf)
Cal tsy.* Baptist Church.FRI. Inquiries about North Florida Real Estate from 473-3092 110. truckloadOak

t,SAT.i',.Three families. our six South Florida offices Is at an all time 4x4' RJ"III LP Gas Fuel Oil
Misc. it.m Ev
208 St.,
., Cherry MOBILE; HOMCSERVICE $40. '/. cord RECOVERY
9 am Ill\ 5 pm. Itchg II 26. high. POLES Call :....1.. torts ... ROOMThe Home Delivery Cash & Carry

I need honestly priced listings now VACUUM tl IM-7C89. Recovery Room ol

or come out between lake City Local Out
([Member National Multiple Listing Services in 9:30 and 2:30 and Archie Tanner Funeral Martin and Perfection Heaters

cooperation with a minimum of 1,500 brokers) SALENEW 200. AMP w.'llload for you Home,
ssetbTrv Drlven 964 5757 Starke Ft
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Local or statewidemoves. 481-373* Lake lutiert ELECTMOLUX we are now part of CENTURY 21, the company that leads
Set-up & conn SEARS the real estate world in listings and sales:

nections done. Call' .Our: Feed Prices COMMERCIAL Sr'Thru 6" We can now better serv&your real estate needs with the sup-
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We repair all make Rotary port of our multi-million-dollar! advertising program and all the 1

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Middleburg. Florida 9U.691iS .Puz,.. we're the same local people who have given you personalized

POLICIESAT ''282.1063 Milee nerth *f . . attention and experienced service.

13.5% Steer Fat 100 Lb.. ...,, . . .7.45 s...... en US MlMOSIII New &UsedSalesPartsServiceEZ ,,' And we'll continue to do so because we care about you. That's

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Home Sales Whole Corn 100 Lb.. . .,. ..' . 8.15 PlwumttlnjgNew serve you so drop in or call whenever you have a question
HOMEOWNERS !!I about real estate needs..
FREE QUOTES Crack Corn 50 Lb..t. .. ... . 4.85 POLICIES AT .' your

Phone 964-9606 Crimp Oats 50 Lb., . .'. . . 5.65 REASONABLE RATES Installation

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1600 sq. ft.. frame, duplex 'hardwood ,floor, 2 hurricane approaches, you ft. .- -' _. 301 S. near Bradford Square 9445231AMERICA'S

baths. must be moved. Already on won' be able to purchase SUPPLYCOMPANY. .
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