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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Forecast Friday through Sunday,Dec.4-6,calls for clear,cold,and dry Sports............Pages IOA,1IA ."
'.' weather. Forestry Service stated temperatures averaging 10 degrees .
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.i"'". Inches over the county and preceded the expected cold front. WPXE Briefs................P.1I1",lOB' .v'" The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Haven
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I A public hearing on proposed March or April; after which the bond
special: legislation to change the cor- market might not be as favorable as it
porate structure of Bradford County is now. "I could not recommend sell-
Hospital from public not-for-profit to ing bonds if the interest rate is higher
a community (private) not-for-profit than 13 percent," Peddie said. Under
corporation is tentatively set for 7 the present public-for-profit corpora
p.m. Monday, Dec. 21, Rep. Frank tion bonds for construction of a new
Williams announced yesterday. hospital could not be sold unless backed

Ar Williams said he had requested the by county tax monies. The hospital

; two state senators representing Brad- board itself does not have taxing
ford County, Sen. George Kirkpatrickof powers, Peddy said.
Gainesville, and Sen. Pete Skinner
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rktr4 of Lake City, to attend the hearing. The AGH president explained that

-. The proposed legislation is first in a under today's highly competitive-
T series of situation in providing health care ser-
7k sleps'to be taken toward Im-
vices it is difficult for smaller
plementing an agreement by the BCH
board hospitals to survive unless affiliated
of trustees to obtain Alachua
with larger institutions. "In the
General Hospital's "assistance in
n future, we will be absorbed by
reorganizing Bradford County
; another system unless we go ahead
h.a r Hospital's structure to a private not-
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and set of Peddle
up one our own,
for-profit corporation; also in filing
declared. "Half of the
patients in
for a Certificate of Need for a 65-75
I I Alachua General now come from out-
bed
replacement facility, and inItiating "
side Alachua Peddie said
County ,
of tasks
for the
con-
I struction and bond necessary financing of the adding that a modern and expanded
facility in Starke'mlht hurt AGH'scensus
replacement facility in accordancewith
(patient load) in the short run,
a development plan approved by
the board." The "But Bradford County is growing and
Gentlemen. agreement was
I partof we feel we 'must for the
: prepare'
; Dt a management contract signed by
) : 1-i' = BCH with AGH last April 7. tion.future" or lose our competitive posi
Start Your Cars The proposed legislation was

discussed with Williams at a meetingwith As first the
a step toward new struc-
.. It was race time last week as Cub Scout Troop J3 of Bradford held its annual Williams the asked BCH several trustees on Nov. 23. ture Peddie said that a Bradford
questions concerning -
Pinewood Derby for the boys at the Fellowship Hall of'the'1st United tfi the purpose and the advan- Hospital' 'Corporation has already
Methodist Church of Starke Monday, Nov. 23. t 4a of been chartered but not yet activated:
:-.' 35 cab scouts whittled painted, and wheeled their Pinewood cars for the e I t by 1 tages converting from the present until the special legislation is passed.
aa + corporate structure to a private (or ,
races and they and their parents; Scout leaders,and friends filled the Hall for BHC will absorb the preset BCH
the night's race action. In the end after a night of elimination races, the age w..e ,r t'y, community Peddle said) corporation.that one trustees and add six new ones for a

'group winners were Randy Milton for the 9 year olds Brian Canova for the 8 reason was,that,.with the assistance important total of 11.
year olds, and Abram Defoach for the 10 year olds.:with Canova having the w r I I
'of AGH'
: the. new corporate structure The board
new jnembers
are Dr.
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overall fastest .
car OQ thatrack: -
allow\
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In the picture above spectators including judges Jimmy Crosby and Jesse.Moore .. 1 w. r A.
datecf Anna Felos
equipment'In'Starke R. Jesse
y. : and TMaffittat6i tohii-achmtdl SP tee down at the end of tiro run enjoy a J. Moore, Jr.:;
(, financed'
by the sale,of tax John F.
Mitchell Jr., and C. Elwin
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.,, a close race between cars built by Todd Hall and Will Lancaster. A Ao' '
free bonds .
$ 7. revenue
Pictured at is the line'with O'Steen BCH Administrator. The
right starting twO'cars ready to go. Watching
: closely are from left to right: Webelo leader Mike Tierney, official starter I Ia ,, Peddle the stressed bond the importance of present trustees of BCH, who will be
getting "sale set before next absorbed into the
BHC board are AI
Shaun Schmidt Webelo Jim
leader Mitchell Cub Scouts Chris Hollaway and
Chuck Tetstone (both partially hidden), and the 2 most interested spectatorsthe y Kay Carlisle, George Shuford, Lucille
Green Curtis
owners of the cars Jimmy Mitchell and Jason Morin. Sanders, and' Joseph
,I 4 l No MoneyFor Stephenson. _

For pictures of the race and car design winners, please turn to pg. 3A. : The present BCH board will con-
tinue "running" the hospital pending
passage of the new corporate struc-
Christmas ture at the legislative session starting


Adult Congregate Living Facility Approved DecorationsThere In January.





1 At Walnut & Washington Sts. by City Zoners mission decorations said is no for Tuesday money Starke night for the Christmas city Dec.com-1. tTHURSDAY.

Use money' from selling a power

A low density, multi-family( (R-2A) and kept clean. She cited the need fora pearing at the October meeting to obJect Tastee 'Freeze Drive-in .the 'Best generator to be junked, suggested.
classification has been approved for ramp. were Morris Williams, who owns Western Motel on North Temple Commissioner Charles Schaefer.
the former Hogan Smith home at 557 Mrs.Thompson said that is planned the former Wise home; Thomas H. Avenue. (UB-30h for an office com- Walt a minute, you'd be selling
North Walnut Street by the Starke when license is approved.Mrs. Rahn, L.C. Early, Ann Hamilton, and plex.The. physical property which belongs' to J
Zoning & Planning Board. .' Thompson Is able to refuse Robbie and Peggy Shatter. city commission approved the the city. That may not be legal under
City zoners rejected a request to anybody the home is not suited for,' No one 'appeared to object to the change Tuesday night, Dec. 1. the city bond ordinances, cautioned
change the home toa commercial she told the zoning and planning R-2A classification at the Nov 23 City Clerk Neil Tucker. "
classification In October, but approved board. She assured the 'board that meeting, however. Ely pointed out the change would be Usual practice has been to pay for
the R-2A change Nov.24. The city nobody In a wheel chair wW be'allow- Mrs. Joyce Riherd was with Mrs. an extension of the B-3 classificationfrom the annual city Christmas party with
commission approved the R-2A ,ed to live hi the home. Thompson'at the Nov. 23 meeting.In the edge of his poroperty to the money from selling junk. But the big Dec. 3
classification Tuesday night. Dec... 'Since the facility is not to be a nurs- north city limits, and is surroundedby engine will bring in several thousand CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Mrs. Norma Dean Thompson- a ing home there is no need for a special other,action, the Starke zoningand commercial zoning.. dollars from junk metal, said. Meeting-12:IS p.m.
county health nurse, plans to operatean exception, said Zoning Board Chair- planning board: Schae'fer.
adult congregate living facility for man Walt Westcott. Received an offer of assistance With Christmas just around the corner FRIDAY. Dec '

elderly persons still able to care for A group of surrounding property Approved a change of classification from new county forester, David W. the council's thoughts, as usual, ST. EDWARD'S
themselves., To be eligible to live in owners appeared at' the October from RM-1 (mobile home subdivision Norton who said he can supply any turned to Christmas decorations. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
the three-story home which is the meeting and objected to the request to ) to B-3 interested board member Informa- Commissioner Jimmy Crosby sug- Pantry Pride .

former Hogan Smith home on the corner change the Thompson home from (business-professional) at the request tion on trees and how to grow and (See Decorations.... Shopping C.nterSATURDAY.
P.3A
of Walnut and Washington R-1A to commercial. Residents ap- of Gerry Ely for a parcel behind the preserve them. )

Streets, a resident will have to be ableto .
Dec. 5'
get around'on his own and be able' -

Thompson.to dress himself. or herself, says. Mrs.' City Commission Endorses 1-Ceiit State Sales Tax Increasetage ARTS-CRAFTS.Mark's Episcopal FESTIVALSt.

"Norma's home, as she calls it, has A resolution urging the Florida sloners. The,resolution was adoptedon Commission Jimmy Crosby. That's of the sales tax paid by Flori- 'a.m. until dark
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10 rooms which will be used'by the Legislature to increase the state sales a motion by Commissioner Charles the only reason he can support a sales dians." ST. EDWARD'S

residents, 'including' a- small dining ;tax one penny,to:5 I cents on the dollar, Schaefer, seconded by CommissionerBob tax increase, Crosby said. It is estimated that 70 percent of the CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
room upstairs. The residents win was passed Tuesday night: Dee. 1, by. Milner and passed unanimously.The The resolution calls for a sales tax is paid by Florida residentsand Pantry Pride
have the run of the houseexcept forth the. Starke City Commission. resolution mandates that 70 "mandatory minimum reduction in 30 percent by tourists, Crosby Shopping Center

bedroom of Mrs. Thompson and Touted as a property tax relief percent of the revenue from a one property taxes from fiscal year- said, that the resolution asks that the * * * * *
husband, Bill. 'measure,the resolution was preparedby cent sales tax hike, estimated last 1961-1982 levels equal to the increasein 70 percent paid by state taxpayers be SENIOR GIRL SCOUT
-"ActOl Uy, it's their home," Mrs. the Florida League of year at some $560 million statewide, revenues to local governments returned to the localities, not' in the CHILI DINNER
Thompson says.Currently 1 Municipalities and has been sent to all would be returned to local govern- resulting from the 1 cent sales tax First United Methodist
::: ,there are three residents member cities, said the city commis- ment: for property tax, relief, said legislation; multiplied by the percen- (See City Endorses..., P.ZA) .3:30-1 p.m..2/plate

living in Norma's home. More will be
accepted when Norman's home is MONDAY. Dec. 7

lI<< Florida the City of Starke and by A Christmas Saturday BC'COMMISSIONMeeting1:30
the:: Department 01 housing : a.m.

and Rehabilitation (HRS). _, * * * .

.''Questioned at length zoning LAWTEY COUNCIL
board at Its' Nov. 24 meths Mrs. Meeting 7:30: p.m.
; Santa Claus Parade, Carol Singing, Tree Lighting on Tap
.Thompson said fIRS regulates such .
homes and check them six TUESDAY. Dec.S
months that she cannot accept every Santa Claus will lead a Christmas parade, there will Street and go two blocks to Court Street where it will din BROOKER COUNCIL
more residents until licensed by HRS any ,be a Christmas tree lighting ceremony, and= Christmas band. Meeting-7:30 p.m.
and that she ntoeds to have the proper carol singtng.ln Starke this Saturday afternoon, Dec. 5. The tree lighting and carol singing, an idea of / * * * * *

zoning classification before going. to Starting at 4:30 p.m. from Bradford Square, tiMt Chamber Manager Bill Wilson,will take place In the va- HAMPTON COUNCIL
additional expenses. parade will wind through downtown Starke and end up cant lot between the Telegraph and the old courthouse. \ Meeting-7:30 p.m.
'Board member Joe Williams said at Court and Call Streets, between the Bradford County Bill McRae and Don Hardy are arranging the carol * * * * *
there la definitely a need In Starke for Telegraph and the Old Courthouse.Santa will ride atop a singing with Marian Douglas and the BMS and BHS B.U.A.R.C. CHRISTMAS

more Irving places such as Mrs. big, red fire truck and throw candy to the youngsters. choruses' DINNER MEETING
Thompson plans. Mrs. 'Cecella Ter- the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home will set up a tent and ':30 p.m.:Western Steer
A tree lighting will immediately follow
willegar moved to grant the change la.: ceremony I serve coffee. The Chamber will distribute Entrants .* * * ** * *
classification from R-i A(single family parade.1 : There Is no entry fee to be In the parade. are' EMS PAC MEETING
Then the choruses Bradford Middle School and
residential) to R 2A (multf-famlly.. Bradford irom the Chamber of Commmerce, phone 4i30p.rn.-BMS Lunchroom
High, Choral Director Don Hardy, and BMS
low density residential); Williams 964-5273 s'btee Chamber can plan the parade. ** ** * ** ** *
seconded-and the'motion passed 61. carol Assistant Principal Bill McRae will participate the Entrants so far Include the Timber Wolf CB Club,Sunshine EMS PTO MEETING
singing. Florist the BHS ROTC Color Guard Hampton 7(30 p.m.-BMS Lunchroom
The d atter.Mrs:Mary Peterson, Bradford Woman's Club the Church of the Latter Day Saints,
The will leave
,said she couldn't live ,in.Norma's switch parade from Ute usual Square at start 4:30 north p.m.,a Bradford County Hospital,the Starke Shrine Unit, Bradford -TUESDAY.Dec. 11CIVITANBLOODMOBILE_
home because U lacks an elevator and veer parades, up School Food Service: ,Keystone Kops.Sampson City
US-301 to where it will 301 onto Walnut Street.
would have trouble negotiating the Church of God'StEdwards Catholic Church Bradford .'
Chamber of Commerce
The parade will turn right at Madison Street for
stain. Mrs.PeJerson; however, said one High Band Girl Scouts.Wendy's Beta Sigma Phi A4K
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V -5 .
block left
turn onto Thompson then turn left onto Call,, a.m. p.m.j
found the home beautifully decorated Feed Store Starke Paint Stove, and more expected.





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form of a tax increase, but to reduce .Okayed payment of$:),000 withheld Approved purchase of plastic pipe v
property taxes. from Keystone Paving until detect for the canal that drains city waterwest
"If it was just for additional tax in the paving of Euclid Street was cor- from' US-301 and'runs.through
dollars wouldn't be for it," Commis- reeled Commissioner Charles Saratoga Heights. Railroad tank cars
sioner Crosby said. Crosby said he Schaefer: the company has repaved a' with the ends out have been used butar'en't
does not favor any new taxes, and 40 foot section in which the asphaltand all the same size which)makes!

thinks" government should "tighten the street Is up to city standards it dill cult to join the cars convertedinto d r Fe "" i 4BMS
up. culverts or piple over a long
Too few people are paying: properlytaxes Was urged by clerk Tucker to read distance. Eroding of the ditch bank in
now, Crosby said. carefully a memorandum of Saratoga Heights has been a problemin
( The resolution further requests an understanding from Florida Power & the city for years. ------- -
equitable sharing ol funds from the Light, with which the city is currently
proposed (tax for cities and counties.In et rights to electric power Agreed to pursue an agreement Smarties... (Correctly Identified, we hopt'.t
with Homes School for the first "I"\\t'c'ks are (cl-rl:
the generate Longchamp over when Stwilght-A students at Bradford Middle
other action, ( council: by FPL. The Issue of how
some$11,()XX)he t company owes the city Front row. Hart Neighbors, David Thorpe, Jason Brown.
FPL will treat with with
.Agreed to pay in excess of $500 city'sales will respectto will be paid. The city several years Back Uobf'rt..Thorpl', lynn llolt/eudorf. Karen Marlln, Sharon :Maitin. :MarSeiulaBrantley. : f
electricity supply soon
back pay to a torincr city employee, ago put in sewer and water lines, and '
Don who didn't come up, Tucker cautioned. off the .\-l honor /\ ;:<(< 'y ,
Goolsby, receive a curb and gutter to a Longchamp' The names of sixth: graders Jolllil Martin: and 'had Hc'ddlshas left ,
pay raise given when he worked for in Knight's Subdivisionfor **,, '
development roll for the first nix-weeks.: (I-
the city. Was told by Commissioner $1,500 per lot. The city agreed to The Telegraph apologizes for the errors, '
Agreed to sell a 50-plus year old 750 Schaefer that the contract with do that at Longchamp's request alter -'fh. Editor .
KW Fairbanks-Morris generator for Master-Links, Inc. for a $79,000 IIUD the company had a price of $2,500 per -- '
junk. The worn out engine will sewer and water project in Keno has lot. a
develop only :3(10( KW, runs only on been signed. Work will begin with 10
diesel, and requires 12.000: gallons of days, Schaefer said labor The and city was material paid, $750 but per has lot never for City Will Aclclrcsss Energy' ConservationRecommendations
water hour (10 cool it.
per Was told clerk Tucker that
by a been paid the city impact fee, said city -
An almost brand () ) KW -
new IMX new hearing is set at 8"::!<>a.m. Dec. 16 clerk Neil Tucker. Monitor fuel 'elt'icicncio.s ol
'Conduct audits of all
will tha saving
Superior generator replace on. energy'
on the city's to dismiss a civil suit
Minutes are sketchy and there is in Starke the '. vehicles and establish preventive
Fairbanks-Morris in the number 7 no including new buildings.
brought by Stokes & Co. of Jackson- energy
|p Msit ion.. The almost new Superior, ville to force the city (10 a site date by which Longchamp was (10 pay will be addressed, Mayor Improve return air .ducts'in city maintenance program.
approve the fees has Commissioner Vernon Silcox said Appoint an energy coordinator to
gotten from the Pensacola Naval and issue loran city impact Longchamp at hall.
plan
building
a permit
Base as surplus properly, has been Bessent assumed payment was due when the Nov 17 meeting.Commissioner Improve city hall lighting.. spearhead and oversee implementation -
apartment complex on
run only r,(HH) ) hours Road, near the houses were built on the lots, but has Bobby Milner Convert street lights to high recommendations ol this
hospital. never built buta, few houses. brought the energy recommendationsup pressure sodium cutott fixtures. Jeport.
Agreed to Commissioner The first motion of attorney
asking if the council plena to ad- Monitor electrical consumption, Changing (the street lights was
Silcox
Sehaelcr's suggerst ion to dedicate the Leonard Ireland, representing the city Mayor said the city got into several .said,
that deal betore the business dress them? Silcox said yes, par cost, and efficiencies of pumps begun years ago Utility
new (lag pole at city hall to late city I to dismiss was denied by the court. building I
Merrill Dct.'S, but the
I Director! job
ticularly those on the city hall.and associated with water and waste can
l'Il'rkOIl'I'I'11I: Edwards, and to erect a Ireland has since filed an amended began to lag, and at the urging ol local
asked Milner make he done only as money permits.:
to
:stone on which mount a plaque al a motion and asked for a new hearing lending institutions with money to suggestions (to systems.
cost: ot $125. Tucker said. lend. be brought up at a later meeting. -
After an energy management study
presentation by Doug Hornbeck

. B.C.S.F.S. Association Attends Regional MeetingThe energy planner Planning for the North Council CentralFlorida in

Gainesville, the Recommendationswere NOTICE

Region IV Mini-Conference tending. Kood Service Association.! Mrs. made:
Regional Meeting was held in Guest speakers for the general. ses- Mildred Lawson, President of
New berry, Fl. on Nov. :21sl Thirty- sion were Dr. Thomas Tomlinson, B.C.S.K.S.A. gave a report on
Iwo Bradford County School Food Alachua County Assistant Superintendent Association happenings here in Bradford TOOL AUCTION
Service Association members attended of Schools Mr. Jim Pritchett, CountyA
the .sessions. Mini-workshops Incertilicalion :Ncwberry: High School Principal, brunch bullet was served to all Refer to Classified City of Starke

( update, legislation update Mrs. Bronna Godwin, President-elect members und guests. Three hundred, Page for Information
and creative communication ol F.S.F.S.A. and Mrs. Lillie Mae ninety members Irom nine counties Now hastheir Drive-in
Here participated, in by members at Carter, President of Florida School enjoyed the meeting.

vacuum Cleaner Window Open


Christmas Sale 1O-2O OffOn for paying utility bills


All Vacuums 8 a.m. til 5' p.m. Mon. thru ,,Fri.

ALYOUNG, VACUUMS

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Starke Elementary's Little Indians...

Student u| Starke Elementary, those in :Mrs Atha DeSue's class and the
Special Ed class, learned a lot about American Indians last week and even FROM $ 95 ', .r.
dressed up in Indian garb for their Thanksftiv hog meals. 16 9 :iUI
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The children of :.Mrs. DeSue's 1st grade class learned about what the Indian (tri(1ILR&tA1& CEDAR .....- -..... ',' :
symbols meant and hen paired off and painted each other's faces to go with
headbands they had made "It caused quite an uproar in the tarl'terlaIrs.; i %U? 2 CHESTS .i.IXY. --- : "" '1
OcSue said with a smile. "The children did a very good job." '
Pictured are: atone Special Ed students Donnie Burch liaronna Hender .. ..., btu
Situ I>il
right, (ieorge I.ivesay. Chris Thompson. Shawn Aaron, KeggTe' (Juj, leaclierllha MURPHY also world famous, D r. ; ...
\ IlI'Sul'lIt qlla Williams. Donnie Keaton Stl'phen11II'llhy: ,'aSIllI'lIodo LAN chests r
\\ ;, aril :Natasha: Cohens. Some of the first graders "l'rl'lt.rt out of Hit,'ie- -
lure because of our error in the darkroom t..t :
They' are: Eric DeSue, l.aKae (;l'lgl'rngle Hill. :Melanie Mines, Kobin
Register/ ('arl., Crawford.Winter $8995 ,gyp, A cedar chest

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I Registration Set at SFCC Warm earthtone ,

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Santa "'l' ('UI1\111111111)' College tSl I -'('('r, Tuesday( evening oiler : and washable Samsonite' I i
is: MM Inc I IH-c. 7lh. :\Mondav. the bags: will be Introduction to .vinyls
SI':; '('(' Starke ('enter oil lice in Hrad-, Humanities, Introduction lo 10:1: hil':4: Chip and scratch FUAM TUNE r
lord High School. The oil ice wall. houpon and Husinoss :Mathematics. U'odiu-s- resistant baked enamel ( "
during I the* "regular hours: Iron. day evening ollerings will be Principles finish From -i
ii r III, to :tau!:: p 11\. Monday: through ol I'livsical Science World 10 Padded table top -
Knda.v. il h a special l'nlllg :session: History and B"I"Jotyilh, the cor, 4 $11900Y'Easyshd'e
on Monda.v: evening: Ii'uilli(5):() ) to KII:() ) !responding: Lab held on Friday even leg locks
p.in. Students: may register! in Starko ing. On Thursday evenings Principles 7 I
bur all Santa Ko classes: those inlamcsvilU of Mathematics General; "f '
(i : as: well as I the I thirteen ol. IV.vcholog.v( and The Social Sciences Table Miii
'(, Icrcd in Maiko. :No: appoint men( isneccs'IIi'y will be ottered.Kor r _

: during regular dicehours liirther inlormalion. pleasestill 1.14"xn"H.! _
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A special exception to allow con and runs west to the where it joins thecityowned Hon is the enforcement once" the
special exception Is granted, said
tinued operation of a used car lot on Pratt Street Playground.
the corner of Lake and Pratt Streets If somebody would ever develop a Chairman Roberts. It could developinto
behind the Branding Iron Restaurant full fledged car lot.with a garage, the a real commercial operation, the
was refused Tuesday night Nov. 23, city could do nothing to stop it, anc chairman said.
by the Starke Board of Adjustment.The the value of surrounding propert Some consideration seems to be
could be severely damaged, saio given to the fact that times have
matter came up when the city Board of Adjustment Warren changed, Mrs. Odom said.
clerk's office discovered the improper RauHofer. "Just because we have two or three

use permitted under the B-S Chairman George Roberts agreed: sore eyes, we hate to get another
zoning classification 'when the one" Robert Green said.
"This is something I don't think we
operator, Roger Green applied for a can logically control." Buford McKinney said if the Boardof
city license. A used car sales lot it Mrs. Odom said Green has state Adjustment could place restrictions
permitted under the B-2 classification and county occupational licenses and on the use of the property, he
but only as a special exception. there Is no intention of enlarging the would move to approve the special ex

Local realtor Vernie Odom wife ol used car lot. Mrs.Odom said what she ception. "
owner J.D. Odom Jr.,appeared at the wants is to keep the lot just as it is. It "Who is going to 'enforce it?
Nov. 23 meeting to request the specia'' has been used for years as a used car RauHofer asked the moved to deny
exception, which must be granted by tot the special exception. Mrs. Walker
the Board of Adjustment, which is "Why do you want it changed?" seconded, and rejection passed 30.
Board member Wallace Wise abstained -
composed of warren RauHofer, asked Mrs. Green of Mrs. Odom.
Wallace Wise, George Roberts "We don't. We want it to stay as it from voting, saying he couldn'tmake
1 th Elizabeth Walker, and Buford McKin- Is." up his mind which way to vote.
r J.D. Odom says the city has told
ney. "I just hate to see it go in front of him the cars cannot be kept on the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green, who ny home" said Robert Green. Lake Street lot or on the parking lot of
live on Pratt Street across from the "When I built there 28 years ago I the Branding Iron Restaurant.In .
Cub Scout Car Design Specialists... 1 Odom property, appeared and objected never dreamed a used car lot would its only other action at the Boardof
to the special exception. in there.'
!go Adjustment elected Wise its new
These boys won prizes as the top car designers at last And In the back row: Michael Becker "mosl'futuristic" Curtis''' The lot is bounded on the north by "Vernie. I think the board's hesita chairman, to replace George Roberts.
I a; week's Cub Scout Pinewood Derby ; Chuck Uzenbee"most psychedelic"; Pratt Street the east by Lake Street.
:a' In the first row Is: John Stevens for "funniest"; Redmond"judge's choice"; Cordell Strong"wierdest"; BASS ASPHALT PAVING
3= Wayne Kershner. "prettiest"r Scott Durban "most and Roger Padgett "most unusual." I ,

i original"; and Todd Hall "most authentic". II .. .Decorations... ASPHALT MAINTENANCE
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= too said Vernon .w.n..r.A1WlA.OmA.r
= expensive, Mayor OTM"MA.rPu..ACNq.11MT .
= Silcox. Just $275 per pole, said Com- f MO.roueAe101.r0I1T..1ry.. ,5.,,
missioner Schaefer who has the
catalog for those decorations.New A."""PUL
lights on the water tank are the _01111or1 IOC..OING p!

9 only new decorations this year. The ..o/M/w1..........u. .
... "Merry Christmas" banners at the .IAWARRANTY
=, entrance to town are still serviceablewith I IA.o1M0
a little work, Schaefer said, but -

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:t Clerk Tucker said he will find out if I-.
:: the funds from the junked engine cat o.rAi.A.A.o11o.x11Aa.e _
g be used for Christmas decorations.
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Hampton Volunteer Fire .
Department will run a test of the town ,
fire whistle Monday Dec. 8. e e e
iVxL .11x The test will start at 7 p.m. and last C

(approximately 10 minutes, accordingto
City Clerk Jane Hall.
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Bradford Hospital'sPlan .. .
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Suppose family doctor had
your -
for FutureWhen warned you, as you were about to ; ;:
start on a 543-mile: round trip by auto f t.
from Tampa to Jacksonville and back ; ..,- "
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Tampa"Now remember you are not ii ,, "<,;' "
the Bradford County County Hospital trustees, to shave on this trip-it's bad buslness-' '+ ..*v_ "rfef: +h,*- ',"i ". ,'$'.""I ,I'

Hospital board of' trustees foreseeing future demands for -what with the dust and all, that Is < : ,
expansion and modernization likely to cause infection of skin that Is
signed a management agree- already raw with burns from the sun .
ment with Alachua General deemed it wise to enter into an and wind" ... '

Hospital last April 7, one of agreement that would give it
the benefit of Alachua And while were
the provisions was that: suppose you
General's expertise for the is- enroute on this momentous trip you '
"In addition to the management suance and sale of bonds., had to look for scraps of paper scattered -
of day-to-day hospital along the route, or blazed pine
Under its present enablingact trees to guide you along the turns and
operations, AGH will provide twists of unpaved roads. No doubt you
assistance in reorganizing Bradford County Hospitalis

Bradford County Hospital's not 'actually a' "county

corporate structure to a hospital" in the sense that the Intrepid Motorists

private not-for-profit corporation county levies tax millage for Defied Dirt Roods JE

'. assistance in filing for a its support or has any control

Certificate of Need for a 65-75 over its operation.. Therefore, 9 _

bed replacement facility, and in changing from a "public would never leave Tampa if you had wa.4fit

initiation of tasks necessary not-for-profit corporation" to to put up with such inconveniences to

for the construction and bond a community "not-for-profit" day.:

i financing of the replacement corporation, there would be no But that's the way it was in '

facility in accordance with a loss of "local control;" Ap-- November 1909 when 18 early vintage : M w .kre' way wm ++ ,w.. U WN In'Ma, ,
development plan approvedby pointments to the board would autos ranging from 12 horsepower to t
the Board.' be made by the "parent corporation the sturdy 30 horsepower cars in the
of touring class started out on a daring !f3
consisting
t accordance with adventure that was to take almost two _, r '________
Now, in members from Alachua and Dmt %
weeks to cover the 543-mile: route %
J this agreement, wheels are Bradford Counties, upon -'.*
being set in motion for a step- recomendations received No wonder the citizens of Starke lin-
ed the streets and school was turnedout
toward this _
by-step procedure from the local board. At pre- so students could see and greet ,

1 goal. sent, members of the BCH this intrepid, trail-blazing motorcadeas d

The first step has already board of trustees are appointed it passed through Starke after an -
overnight stop in Gainesville. A' Yilr
by the Governor.The .
been taken and that is the

chartering of the new not-for- need for moving aheadas "The Great Endurance Race" wasa
stunt to promote better roads for
prom Bradford Hospital Corporation rapidly as possible on the Florida motorists as well as tourists.

whose members are sale of bonds within the next Apparently the effort paid off. for the \,.
the present BCH board of 120 days is.being emphasized race was credited for drawing atten- ... "'"'

trustees, together with five due' to an anticipated tion to the terrible' condition of
Florida roads and the state's
members. Their raising .
objective
new favorable bond market, which
road from in
budget a mere $19,000
stated in the articlesof
as economists expect to continue 1909 to nearly. $1 million a short time
incorporation is "To promote through next March or April. later. I
Two Oldies Get Together '
the delivery of health' After that, it is predicted that In'promoting the 1909 race "The -

care to alt persons in accor- rates might go up again. The Times" had the cooperation of the old With the Old Bradford County Courthouse as a their 1912 Model-T Ford which they drove.In the Turn pa
dance with the highest stan- difference of a few percentage Tampa Automobile Club (now the backdrop. Tom and Eileen Jevcak of Tampa show off to Jax Endurance: Race last Friday I

dards and the most advanced points in the interest rate on a AAA Peninsula Motor Club), and the .

medical science and techni- $10 million bond issue is ob- Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Florida. No motorists drank plenty. of 5 cent Cokes In the original race a big E.M.F. 30 mishaps,such as'ice formations in the
ques, in facilities that are properly vious. If interest rates exceed Joubt those hot and dusty 1909 along the route. laid out the path from Tampa to carburetor explosions of the
equipped and conve- Jacksonville and served as "the con radiator flat tires, and the numerous.
13 the bond issue
percent, These same organizations fetti two-hours' breakdowns',
spon- car, getting a starton
those need
nient to in
persons might not be financially feasible sored the
of
re-enactment this year's the other cars in order to drop The Great Tampa to Jacksonville
of such services, at COMB'y' 118Rti version of the 1909 race which paper markers (confetti\ ) along' the Endurance Race has passed into

reasonable" costs and .. .and brought 18 antique cars their drivers ,routeoto.guide. ..the.-" _other.. \I' .drivers,..,,,.... '",.history"but, is far: from,bVing forgot-
charges, Also provided is .< ..Othervadvantages..of passengers- to spend lasfThurs--;: ., t 1 inaugurate "mar '
> t4q an
ght7n Gainesville- At''least' two' traveled in: )
'that "Npa' t tt'\t ;1"I\eArn- community not-for-profit corporation 'k tek,0iki-P? day there, n eirly Friday mornfntfanH! They pass left Cn ivcach'tar-a: ;driver persons aM'art'db erver. road building III K ridftAKa has
iUgs'shalr.inure tortheJoenelitot is that it I edt ? '"'''"The'latter'ervedas'a'"checker" antt "brought the ,convenience: hard-
community ough Stark* as they did fn 1909, :
any member, director, officer a broader base of "" on their way to Jacksonville. kept tab on those unfortunate surfaced roads to!>> every nook and
or individual." support and, with the im- Bar h cranny of the state.

provements' made possible BobbyTaylor .'
The third step will be the under the revised corporate "
Tornado Football Fans Continue I
sale of tax free revenue bonds structure it will improve the WritingDear

for the financing of a new image projected by the .

health care facility in Starke hospital to the community. In Sir: have called me'and Pull TogetherIn through the English department; andit
Many people
providing the sophisticated order for hospital to'sur- helps all our kids get recognized
any talked to me about the Bradford High Positive Manner
equipment and the modern vive in today's highly com- The Bradford-Union Cattlemen will School football program. Most of you and possible scholarships. t"s:
For Athletic I
DavidHurse's
Program disagree intenselywith
plant demanded by most people petitive market, it must do have their Annual Membership (land that I talk to, I do not know personally to little
steak ) meeting next week. but I gather from what is being opposition league
upon entering' a hospital more than merely provide supper football. Little football!
today. It will cost pa- The meeting wi'l be held at the Community said on the street and around town somewhat of an inside view but I will league is a
an tient careit must provide the fact and we see, it is alive and
Center in remarks.
Worthington Spr- many people are very upset. I have not comment on their
estimated $10 million and best patient care possi- Dec. All The first that I want to well..succe'fsful. Instead of opposing -
very ings at 7 p.m. Thursday. 10. also observed some letters written in problem
have a capacity of 65 to 75 ble.'In the community not-for- members and their spouses are urgedto the newspaper, which is a very good comment on is the fact that there are them with he his should' 1nCorporljte their.
beds. profit corporation, any excess attend. vehicle to air your opinions.My far too many good athletes sitting in system their cood y *iving' Cllhi' S. cncouraging
Membership in the Cattleman's following comments will not in stands that could be down on the field, hc3'ndp'Iiaking,
Bradford County Hospitalhas funds over expenses are used Association is open to anyone. If you any way be to denounce any of the and are not.. I feel very strong thata them feel a part! of what is'gb'' ,I'{r on at
the
been able to meet most ol by the institution to be invested are interested in joining this active coaches or the school administration.I high school athletic program u set high school. I'Vc ccri'lt' HAM this
the needs of this communitysince for the public good. group, meet with us next Thursday will reflect on several subjects that up for the students at BHS and i d t for way made folks, and;it works'kroar'!wHertthese U sure
night. are being discussed that many people the gratification of any one co;4i or my job 1/ery'cdsy ; '
it opened here in 1956, As for what will happen to Several of our Cattleman's Associa-f seem hard to put into words. person at the high school. ,,In (Main' youngsters got l td fhtf high1\ ;\ilt'fiobl.
but health care facilities are tion members will be busy Saturday Let me first 'qualify myself. I words, the school should have a i<| cn- Coach Hurseis' dH trs{ facing a new, highly com- the present hospital buildingin morning when they will "weighin"the played college football service football courage as many .students ,to! >lay 3radford County ft/rWaYryVaK.' i!' und
petitive era in which patients case the new facility is steers for the 1982 4-H and FFA' and two years of pro ball. athletics as want to. t* it must be hard for'Mwrof'.you,: to
always alert to new built, Ed Peddie, president of Steer Show and Sale. Some 52 steers Because of the nature of my job, I This is not college or pro football. speak your mind to hWasVuiu, '' might
Alachua General Hospital, are entered this year and if all of have a lot of time off and am able to The program is for and about the want to because many'of youplavedfor
developments in this field, them made the grade, this could be' choose what days I work, and students and not the glorification of him. This is quite understandable
want all the advantages and said that the present hospitalsite our biggest show ever. therefore, I have been fortunate the coach. The rules should be such but I wouldn't let.it.stop me from let
all the benefits that only the will be given first con- Our cattlemen are also sponsoringa enough to have had the time to coach that It makes it easy for students to ting my feelings be,knqwn, (when it
latest and most sophisticated sideration as the location of new Breed Show and Sale for 4-Hand for seventeen years. I coached.high participate in athletics. BUS needs to" came school.to"my child ,bcng| at.lltxf high
equipment and physical plant the new plant. If the presentsite FFA members at the 1982 Brad school football for fifteen years and improve in this area so that we can > You all 'out thcrCfurc tax
is ultimately selected as ford County Fair. Entry blanks and one game at Baker County) and college get depth on the bench and that the oayers..nnd of Lord knows we pay'
can provide. This trend has rules and regulations are available a'' freshmari football for two years. end result is that .a young man or enough them It is your school.
placed small hospitals, suchas the most suitable the present your County Agents Office from 4-H I love coaching and working with woman graduating from Bradford Don't let anyone interfere with your
ours, in the position of having hospital will probably be in- leaders and from VO-AG Teachers.I'll young people as much as I do flying High leaves with a good taste in their tight to speak out when you. feel
to keep abreast of the corporated into the plans for talk more about this new activity airplanes and have enjoyed successat : mouths concerning' othletics. Any something is wrong with the s>!stfin.
in later articles. In the With deep regret and sorrow. I. like
some suitable use. meantime both. student at BHS should be able to playas
times. Otherwise they will if you know of a 4-H or FFA member I make this statement not to brag many and all the sports that he or many. of,you also feel that a change
continue to lose patients to the who is interested ask them hould be made with respect to the jobs
to contactus. but inform whoever is reading(this she desires without the feeling of beIng -'
larger better equipped in- Before the special legisla- that I have seen many various teams penalized. Football Is not und' head football coach. I have never
stitutions and eventually be tion is introduced to changethe schools, and systems in the different shouldn't be a 12 month sport. I think icon such turmoil and lack-of communication -
forced to sell to some outside corporate structure, a Do you I have Fire Ants in your lawn, places that I have lived across the that Coach Hurse has lost touch with between a head,coach.
public hearing will be held garden, pasture or field? If so. you country. Because of my love for the' 'he. students in this area. students parents and school ad-
health care conglomerate or before the might be Interested in the Florida game of football and those who are inVolved Coach Hurse is also the athletic ministration. It is my hope that
with another in orderto county's legislative of of Coach Hurse can reflect on this situation
merge Dept. Agriculture's program in working with young adults I director for the entire high school
survive. delegation with all interested making a fire ant bait available at a will be as objective as I can in my ''which include other sports other than and take appropriate steps
persons having an opportunityto reduced cost.. following statements about Coach football. ,I would like to see his enthusiasm I hope that have been objective. I
Under its present enablingact be heard. The tentative. Mr. Ralph Brown of the Division of Hurse, the' football team and the directed towards these have tried to be. It I Is my privilegeand
Bradford County Hospital date set for this hearing is 7 Plant Industry will have a represen- athletic program in general at BUS. I other sports with the same excellent right as a citizen'of Bradford:
could not taxes for tative of the Division in Starke next will start out with the positive and administrative skills as. he shows in County to express my opinions and I
levy sup- p.m. Monday, Dec. 21, at the week with a supply of AMDRO fire. then move into areas where I think toot ball. choose to do so. No improvement will
port of the hospital or expan- county 'courthouse. All ant bait. that program needs improvement. In my opinion it is ridiculous lo be made if concerned people don't get
sion of its facilities., Neitherdid citizens wishing to be heard at AMDRO will be available to the It is my opinion that Coach Hurse is nave our students and our band involved stand up and state their
it have the financial that time should familiarize public for' $2.40 per pound or$47.50 for probably one of (the best organizedand across the field and have the opposing feelings. Who ultimately are the
stability to back the sale of tax themselves between now and 25 Ibs. Come to the Agriculture most dedicated people that I have cam spectators on "our" side of the ones who lose?'The young people who
free certificates Building on north 301 in Starke bet observed in high school in-. icld. I think they would be better are the students at Bradford High
revenue to then with the present and ween 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Friday Dec. lerscholastic athletics as far as football served on their side and we, the School and its future.students.
finance new construction.This future needs of an updated II, if youf re interested. concerned. His staff shares the hometeam fans students and band wt mvoivvu in a positive way.
is one of the many health' care facility in the Fire AAfs are active in the winter' tame dedication and enthusiasm. 'A could be all together to cheer the Back the students back the school,
reasons that the Bradford Bradford County area. time and can bekilled! with the bait if person who has never been in their team on our side. II gives the home and back up yourselves. We have a
it is applied properly. The key is to position as a coach cannot possibly team a great psychological lift to hear great bunch' of young people'at the
put the bait out on a nice day when realize the man hours worry the roar of the hometeam fans rather' Jiigh school and a lot of fine' administrators
The Great Wall of' China stretches for 1500 miles, a ants are foraging for food. You don't sleepless nights endless hours of than hearing the opposing teams and teachers to help
distance equal to that from New York City to Omaha.' have to see very many ants crawling Irading plays and watching films fans and their comments. That's just ,them. If we all pull together, we can
just look for a few following trails of jnd all tile extra time that goes Into common sense. put Bradford High on top and keep
other gnls.Sprinkle. ,fielding a football team.It There should be a better scholastic her there where she belongs.Warren .
five tablespoons of AM- IS a special kind of job and David monitoring system of the athletes by E. Raullofcr
.... DRO in a 0 to 10 foot circle around the ,Hurse and his staff are atthe, top of the coaches. Several teachers have Starke.Florida
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... mound. DO NOT disturb the mound the list when it comes to time spent in- told me that they would more than be
1Ielrup1ESTABLISHED I: < because this will cause the ants to evolved with and around the young happy to help the student athlete that .
8 stop foraging for food and fight their men on that football team. It is is having trouble with his studies. I
attacker or rebuild the mound. sometimes very thankless and heart- know what the "coach" says Just NOTICE I
The idea is for the worker ant to breaking as it must have been this don't see the program being done. : '
take the bait Into the mound to be fed season for all concerned. David There should be a "press release" I .1. tt Length Limited |
im MEMBER to young ants and the queen. Once ;.Hurse also utilizes with great efficiency function at the high school to funnel
BOB G. this is accomplished, the mound the most out of the equipment and and Inform Information
FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER.. Publishers. to various interested Due to the length of above Inter
(" should die out and fade away. This funds that are given to him. I haveeen colleges and agencies of all
"ultU.h..._h Thvn".,and..s.r.d.i.n4 CI... M.n.t If tII.I could take a couple of weeks- for the ? much worse at other schools.In exceptional deeds performed by the week some and others will had lo fee omitted M
'C. .& L o!! uI ,et,.huii..'11.wid.r./kt.i M.reb a. 117.9: ; .mound to disappear.: the three years' that I have lived students at BHS. This function shouldnot run later
The bait Is only effective for a few In Slarke however have seen much only cover the athlete but
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<<.trad .'_1 $10 P.r V_rs ".SO Lila l MwrtfaPtwn treated. Call me if you have any questions itself. Having two sons that have participated students members of the band, and limited to rot more than one and a
.* 4JM *..*..FferM about the fire ant or this, treat on other football teams as my other person as well. This type half rf ment method. well aft this one at BHS. I have function can be handled very easily Please limit lo one page, If pmmibl


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'f) Festival StJMurlt+ D(,(". 5
Jacqueline RowlandChristoph Arts-Crafts

photography, oil painting: water color
SideQ and crafts

r Nelson The Social festival A Winter-Holiday will be held Saturday arts Dec. 5, am, lies pottery jewelry ceramics,' woolen, basketry lo\s pl'nmid ,

from 9 a.m. until dark on the groundsof clothing
ink hiring art.I applique
Wed Nov. 14 in n ,r "9', d St. Mark's Episcopal Church. 212 pastels, woodcratls. Christmas
N. Church Street.
i Of The cralts. nui era me. glass, driedMowers

Gladys Mooty The Childrcns'" Ensemble( of (the loom work needlework, talc
Hope Baptist Churd| paintings, stained glass and much
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Society Editor, 4 '. i., aX6.4.7608 1 Gainesville Civic Mullet( willperl'urmon .
the front lawn ul no n.: Prior to more.Freelance '
Jacqueline Diane Rowland, thai. /the Bradford High School ( artist 1'1'11Ih.lls' c will
daughter of John Rowland, Sro (; News Chorus will cheer festival goers with show his work at the t leslixal.1111111'1'\1'1'011a
Houston, Texas and'Ms. Faye r, Q 't'ea's' 0 seasonal singing. Vocalist William quadriplegic{ expresses! \ on
Rowland of Keystone' Heights and McRae will also sing. canvas l h\' putting a 11t'1"11"I' I paletteknile
Christopher Scott Nelson, son of A The advanced acrobatic students of I bi'tuiH'ii his teeth' Tonis a

George and Joanne Wilkes of n i Jean Reid will flip, twist and tumble junior at Jacksonville l'ni\ersit

Keystone Heights were united In mar r Hospital Auxiliary Annual for the crowds at 2:30: and some of the will toward funds lor
riage Saturday,,Nov. 14, at.7:30: p.m. younger pupils will demonstrate Proceeds go ot the
two students at the University
John in Hope Pat Murphy Baptist performing Church with the Rev.nap rtr Christmas Tea To Be Dec. 14 beginning Homemade movements.chili, vegetable soup South in Scwancv. Tenn.

' tials. / and desserts will be IIt'rvCIUl'OlIIlIll.In.
sandwiches
Presenting a of nuptial Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary'will plained that reorganization is going in tit. :Mark's
program i steadily 1 t In :! I 1'.nr."
and are
music were Stephanie Wheeler, f* 4 hold their annual Christmas Tea smoothly problems announced the Parish I louse The cost will itv il.su:
pianist, and Lonnie Broome, soloist. Dec. 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. In the,, being solved. She for chili or soup, crackers and cultee
t'F hospital hopes to obtain a Sonagram St. Edward's Bazaar
; announced Jay
| Highlighting the altar were two hospital library as IlIIrlllunriwicht.s will
work in or (tea. I Desserts
in order to do all diagnostic
', Sessions at the Auxiliary WeekendThis
standing baskets of flowers against a Mary also li- sold separately This
stead of it Martha
of tree and heart dinner-meeting Monday, Nov. 23 at sending away.
background shaped and
j Hot dugs soil drinks popcorn
House announced that Matt Morrow is the weekend !>t.c. 4 and 5. marks
Western Steer Steak
candelabras A Trinity service was tilt' las'.
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and will be available t hrnuKhout (
the Hospital ol the annual St. Edward'sChristmas. :
Mrs. Sessions asked Auxiliary new pharmacist the time
{performed. :. c will be (there five nights a week.In Profit I runt this'conet'ssilln will go to Ha/.aar to be held in thePantry
their refreshmentsat
members to have ''
If\ Robert Suit served as best manCJshers theyoulllol'til. :Mark's.The ,
:,, were John Rowland,Jr.. Ran- rit.. the hospital early in the day. The conclusion, Martha thanked the (opiSCOI'IIIC'hul't'; I Women will Pride Shopping Center
Hellman, Blaine Rivera and Bud- tea is given by the ladies of the AuxIliary ladies for presenting the employees a hUl.IIaI'I"Nlh. handcrafted Clothing,decorations and gift items
leiituring
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson bar have; a
Christopher each for' the doctors, new micro wave oven and salad appropriate for Christinas will helealured.
l.ty.J Hallowell. year the ladies .I't SI.
items by I i
which in the emloyees dining Also available will be a
racie Rivera was maid of honor. medical staff and all employees of thehospital was placed :Mark's.

|J.-pebble Rowland, Karla Englehart, Methodist Women appreciation for their sup' room. Volunteer Dcbi Other/ displays will include variety'' of delicious baked goods.;
P Sharon -Brown and Patti ,Johnson port to the organization. Teenage sponsor
Michelle Conner Hold ChristmasTea President Doris Overstreet, 'upon Overstreet, stated there are now 13 ,____ ___a_,___'
Were bridesmaids.
They are having a ::::t 'Ir"' 1'1[" ''w- YI ""N .'1
>as flower girl. The bridesmaids the endorsement of.the club announced candy stripers.
wore; ,,baby blue pleated gowns with and ProgramUnited there will be a change of date for drawing for a ceramic nativity scene
of their Mother-Daughter Dr. Leonard Schlofman
spaghetti: straps accented by matching Methodist Women held' a the general meetings from the fourth the night .
social which will be Dec. 14, at 7
to the third Monday; of each p.m.in
Christmas Monday
[ blue lace and velvet high tea and program at their!
,waisted jackets. They wore 3/4 length regular meeting Tuesday morning,; month. This will enable those who are the hospital library. The girls arc
.
to attend Optometristwould
r 'White gloves and carried bouquets ofassorted Dec. 1. on the Hospital Board,, who have an trying to raise enough money
flowers accented with baby Mrs. H. H. Adams presented a program interest in the Auxiliary:\ to attend the TAV convention in Disney
:;: blue satin ribbons on "Love Made Visible Through both meetings without conflict to World in Sept, 1982.committee still has like to announce the assumption of

The bride, given in marriage by her a Humble Manger". schedules The next general meetingwill The scholarship whomever
distribute to
j-i.parents, wore a white chantilly lace The executive board members be Jan. 18. 198Z. money to
floral served The speaker at the meeting wishes to futher their medical career
w gown 'with embroidered lace refreshments from a table guest
Martha head nurse at the Information for the scholarship fund Dr. James K. Hester's Office
Victorian neckline and full length lace covered with a white lace cloth and Epps
sleeves. The dress was accented with centered with a Christmas( arrangement hospital was introduced by program may be obtained in the hospitalityshop
seed pearls arid mother-of-pearl se with red candles. A crystal chairperson Becky Basford. As it at the hospital.
quins. She wore matching chantillylace punch bowl encircled with cedar, held! was Martha's birthday, Ada Reddish The Auxiliary voted to give $100 to
gloves and carried a bouquet of hot mulled cranberry punch. Mrs. Bill played the piano and all Auxiliary the Hospital Carnival Fund earned ut and now full time practice, located in

,,assorted flowers accented by a white Lawson presided at the punch bowl. ladies sang "Happy Birthday" to her. their booth at the carnival. '
lace ribbon. She wore a pearl A gift was presented as a memento. nlthe Mrs. Barbara Cain and Mrs. SallyHalmaker Pantry Pride Shopping Center.
that the recipes
necklace and earrings a gift from her, occasion. reported
grandparents, Viola and Earl Mrs Epps spoke to the ladies of lhE 1 for the new cookbook have been sent

Vonlleeder of Houston Texas. Her Miss Nancy Struth, changes taking place in the hospital to the publisher and should be approximately
weeks until the books will 964-8076
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chantilly lace headpiece and veil was since Alachua General Hospital took
secured to a headpiece accented with Gary Gullic over. As she spoke she showed slide! be on sale. r:: a IC1i 71/Q ;n :1 ::to:: I 1 D1;: 11Mr :'t Ja : lJ )1
seed pearls. Plan Dec. 20 Wedding of the difference departments and ex, -
A held in the church '
reception was Starke and
Struth of .
(Reception Hall Shawna, Rivera Miss Nancy
will be
greeted the guests at the door and Gary Qulhc( of Gainesville
Dec. 20, STORE
Sunday, DEPARTMENT
assisted united in marriage STUMP'S -
Sharon kept the Brown.bride's, book by at 5:30:: p.m. in the (First United .r 'r1 y a
Church'with a reception
The bride's table was covered witha Methodist Woman'sClub. /
white lace cloth and centered with a following in the Starke ,

three tiered wedding cake topped being Issued but $ a f J
invitations are
with assorted (lowers and encircled No invited tc rtrffi@
relatives are
and
*"!'with assorted (lowers. 'Gail Rivera all friends
and Charlie Mott cut the cake. attend. .

Merrlane Nelson presided at the Ladies

. mii i punch bowl. Junior Woman's Club < i \\'
. Oil I Following a wedding trip to Busch

. sun. ;; i Gardens, Cypress Gardens Sea To Have Christmas COATS
World and Circus World the couple is
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Party Friday NightThe : '
Your choice of
at her home on Paradise selectionof
..|Ilivreslding' Keystone Heights. Junior Woman's Club will havea '
Quality stylish
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oJfir The bride Is a 1980 graduate of Christmas party and 'covered dish v : "
.1..I.t"'K Y One'HeightS'higftIschnol--aTid is dinner Friday night at 7:30 p.m..at the fi; :., ,,, ".., warm winter,coats.
'('IGlI1 l'fltirlHY "I'.m\lov b d .at.> i Richard; b homeiof.Mcsi, ,Ff oemai*. Register, III.nvfflhenichitan ., 'I'Men's' iD liter < .. : .1.
emf WhIg4W'nalC! fi, 'M nl.KI IW'I' ,1., r : $ax'Ab P ai-TimoKagiving:a t r I, r 1 .Su 'f 'rQl r ..
.b1ml' The-gWbftfWaTso' a'taad'gWu'ate'' f oft a-needyfamilyand': (!atered 20

/>ni. Keystone.Heights High School and is the UDC 'luncheon on Wednesday, 20-40 r % offOff'f
presently employed at Jonsons's Auto Dec. 2,. at the club house. They will ,. %
Service in Keystone Heights. also provide a Christmas basket for a

needy family. ; t'I't'I lutl Err l.mlU'S"

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BYHagger
> Starke Womans Club JEANS
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Levi &
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J. 20
bi" ctTil r, .', a Christmas tea Wednesday, Dec. 9 '. sewell. % off '
ouyi.oljliiil, I ,." from 3 to 5 p.m at the club house ,
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1l9i I.Oljf'KXJ I<,\Fh S'yl. ,\.... SII.dth oas Kiwanis ClubSponsoring ,. .'
", t W, rqJerry' Smith of Starke'gni .- .- ".. .
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>h: nii\\w'\c' (\ ; ,,ri\ Itoylrt .daughter1, M / ,r.
1 ijX-i ijVyV'P.' ;' born Nov 5, irf: Drive l .' 1\
"i Toy
no i MfWPl.i ; tlospilal. Playtex \/. Men's ss ,'-. ,

!iir1l')11JiI d; :P.If1j1; li. fagciparepfsare< Mrs! The Starke Kiwanis Club is sponsorIng -' ::11 18 'Hour ,Y" Knit Pullover n ; i
i.I,1I! 'tiN 1\I\; ; <;rp, t"fd and it the late a 'toy' drive for neighborhood : \
'H'Cf.awfqr4 of{ Inawtey. under-privilnge children: t Bras & Girdles ;
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.If. Mr. and /II f Anyone'Inlcreslcd in donating any SHIRTS .
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them off at the .. ,
of Starke. used toys please drop I
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of bllll ur; '1 'tt r rnl'qtnoMr\J i !t / are Mrs. Daisy 'IStarke Fire Dept. and the donations of 20 % off '. -, ''' #. "' \ IJ"\Z ::1-

111"11 iI 1'' .lylKr I'r k riW!.t.eyjnd'Mrs' new toys by individuals or from local! ",_ ,. 'Il" 1 0 .d..rZ'
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'businesses' 'will be
greatly
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ld..bIlGIIn'I rbnu ",'lrup, (0'1)1''lnorc'information contact Bobby ; Kayser 'J.. ;. / '
:tot moil am nod! }N."JiltttMr' .i>.El'Jacobs of Koslyn"M"l mend!i 964-7116. Bikinis & Bras ; offAV ,: .,

: 11l lght ''I.hng'rfsland'announce' the ''>c. .j .
-xta ftfhh'of-ii.son/ Michel, born Nov 26. I t': ': :
'(rat' JJe 'j ln:5": two brothe s. Ellie' and Hi : ..... .,,20 % off \i.,> <<. .
lC\1 )'Jnshliar' .' "' SherriNVanantShower' -.\",. ; ? v- ..1L
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oArl the settihglfor! : bridal shower Mon- ,
yM' ';MieluielWa>iiel < Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Blankcnshipof whose marriage to Albert Batten, Jr, selection ,
y,)' Starke announce the birth of a son. will be an event of (Feb 19. &
'HI, Michael Wayne born Nov 3 in The party'.room was decorated in 20 J Men's
.[t- Alachua General Hospital. blue and hite. The table was covered PANTS % ..
,L.,. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and with a linen cloth and centered with ". &
to'* Mrs Richard Underhill of Starke. an arrangement of red and white car off Ladies 6' "
Reg. s18 -s2400
'1:.'. Maternal great grandmother is Mrs. oat inns. WOMEN5sHoes
George Williams of Macclcnny.I Games were played and : ?
I ''Paternal grandparents are Mr. and refreshment of horn d'ocuvcrs..cake SHOES
93 Mrs. Edwin Williams of Starke and and punch were served. \ .
hi- paternal great grandmother is'Mrs. The hostesses. Shelly Howe and Boys I'' I'I' ,
bHoy Tomlmson of Starke.. Brenda Hobinson presented the MO'-

19g Ili'J ,honoree of the with occasion n crockpot as a memento PAJAMAS rill'' 40 % off


.f' .K.H. and Starke U.D.C.'s Upto

ortort- Hold Joint Meeting I

"' 11'' (The' November meeting ot the ,

General Joseph Finnegan( Chapter MEN'S'SHOCS
U.D.C. was held Monday, Nov 23rd at r ,
)" the home of Mrs. French Bristow on '., Girls JEANS .. ', ; % 0ff
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:Lake Brooklyn. with Mrs. Rae Ingram ,A. 1 k' 01nn .,
co-hostess. ... :
Get Your 'flI' Ict
I.ql The W.T Weeki' Chapter, U.D.C.
Starke were (their guests at a buffet ,
'1- 'Mitchell, president, conducted' the r
business meeting and Mrs. Rae Ingram. ,, Store
'Y'!,: 'presented a program of Stump'sBradford Dept.

Cl b Southern poems by Herman Melville. Here _
and Walt Whitman.
Fourteen members of the W.T. Shopping Center
Square
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and one guest.Mrs.! Clarence Hoppe

I of' Mrs.Tampa.Herbert Thomas.,. President of ,:HO. I'a.'ua Open noy: till Christmas:
thru sunday
r Monday Saturday
the W.T. Weeks Chapter extended an

Invitation to the Keystone. Heights, .... ,.
': :chapter to attend a ,Christmas Luncheon r 9 a.m., 8 pjn.: 1 pjn. 6 p.ro.

IO' in.Starke on Dec. 2 Ahfch; will,, ,,.rw
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Coleman-Thomassen i Class of 54 It Gospel Sing At

'I Rehearse, Dinner ,W"j i: Planning Dec. 26 ., New Congo Moth. CommunityNews.
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The Fellowship Hill of Morgan Reunion A Gospel Sing will be held at the

Road l Baptist Church was the -stlting ''fiii. The Class of "54 is planning a reunion > ,, New Cong, Methodist Church, Saturday
for the rehearsal runner Nov 26 for ... )'I ; ;. ''"''I, !' on Dec 26. night. Dec. !5, located on North
Becky Coleman and Kenny / "{?r'.r" '" t If anyone can help us locate the 301: by KliJiibrlh G. Walker
Thomassen:: prior to the couple's wet f- !," ;;'"' !(.f' ,. f following people please contact Featured will be the Frampton I'hulle!t6IGIIHtl'l'usall :
dot!,! rehearsal :, ':' :\( ,,).. Gladys Thomas, 1404 N. Ree St., Family and Sounds of Hope. Grove I'nileilChurch 11t'lhodiht
The head Able( and side'tables were '1fI\.J Starke: Everyone is welcome to attend. There Youth will
::\ : night be observed
covered" with ecru lace cloths i i'I will be refreshments after the Gospel
over ii ; lt' Norma Gonzalez Carol Johnson, December 4, 8 p.m. by Princess
tiger lily C'olorl'fII'luths and centered : ; r Janette Blount;Joan or John Morden, Sing. Naomi Palace No. 8. The public is invited

with five branch wood candelabras / ., Richard Kuhn Sandra Chambers, ,
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holding burning bron/c tapers interspersed ',,'lit.!',y't. : '1'rm Jim Davis, Vernon Prevatt, Ned Pr- Sunday Services at 9M5: a.m., II The Supt. will hold a united con
with bronze. ) and gold .. Ingle Lavon Lewis a.m. and 7 p.m.
: r William Dietz. ference, charge Dec. 6, II a.m. with
mums. Place cards marked the : A'r Tuesday night at 7:30: p.m. Pleasant Grove and Mt.
seating arrangement for the 35 guests ,j 'I Young peoples service will be Friday Moriah at
(If I Mt. Moriah. All members
which included! I ho wedding party and I Did You Know.,.......... night at 7:30: p.m.: (10 cooperate. Communion are will asked
immediate families I is Rev J.C. be
1"I; Pastor ; Cercy.
given in this service.
The honored couple presented giltsto ;' ( k t t'A1 Everyone Is welcome lo attend all
First Horn Church uf
(heir attendants durmg the dinner I-I1"m. E3 services. the Living(
." ,,' 1, "Y'" .,......,, .", "'1 .' ; Hawaii __ ___ ___ God!: First Born Church Assembly
Bryant \ Community News has closed. Elder Gary Cohen has
Did You Know........ ... Tina Crawford :he USS been assigned as pastor for another
Service! Set SaturdayFor conference year. First service for the
Mrs F.J. Shaw 'was: Thursday and Tina Crawford, Mrs. Frank IVeplea new year will be held Dec. 6, Regular
.Friday. guest lit l her son-in.law and ng Funeral services for Frank schedule Tuesday Prayer service
daughter Mr. and Mrs Ovid Bennett John Zack and Peeples 17, a Lawtey native, arc set 1 7:30.: Tarry Service Friday, 7:30.: Sun
In Jatksonvillo. To Wod Jan 2 Saturday, Dec. 5, at 1 p.m. in the St day School 10:30.: Morning Worship
Johns Baptist Church in I.llwly. 11:30: YPCW 6 pm.
Mr and' :Mrs Hoblne Shatter were !Mrs. Mary Crawford announces the Mr., ,. He is Ihe grandson of Kcbccca (irrat'r111'11 Chapel .1.M.FL: ;:
Wednesday" to Friday guests! ol Mrs.Wyolene engagement" and approaching marriage the Hamilton of Lawtey. The family. Mill Church: First Communion Service
Bradley in Lce.sburg of her daughter, Tina Renee, to Fla. on at meet at Mrs. Hamilton's home at for this conference will be held Sun
John Stanley Zack, grandson of Mr. 12:30: p.m. day, 11 a.m. Sunday School, loa,in.
and Mrs. L.S. Tanner, all of Lawtey. A business will be
Mr. meeting held
Mr and Mrs Rnndllll'hisn: + bad as immediately
Wednesday lo Friday glll'"lsIr.! ,. ..indMrs. !Miss Crawford also the daughter of after morning service. All

Herb> Johnson( and wins olTallahassee the late wedding Thomas will K. Crawford.The be an event. of Hall j...''.. .. .\ .....-... .'...-..'. ". ...'.., .... 'j members are asked to attend.
of / Church of God In Christ: The same
Jan./ 2, at 6:30: p.in. at Evergreen Bap- !service schedule will continue
guests A teaspoon of vinegar in for (he
Mr and !Mr.s J F. Blomlworth: were in fist the Church church with Fellowship a reception Hall.following Mac Scene... the dishwater will help month of December. Francis Chapter
in Quincey last week visiting! !: rid china of a fishy smell. 140 Order of Eastern Star will meet
i.datives. No invitations are being issued but Mr. models a dressy outfit t Monday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m.
all lends and relatives are invited to visited fashion' .show and dinner -

Mr and Mrs: J K hardy spent attend. family the SI a rite Woman's

Wednesday lo Friday with !Mr. and Did You Know..... ....... Tuesday y--
!\J rs. David! Mcndenhall and J.R Weldon and sons
daughter Ashley and :Miss June H.ir- Mr. were Wednesday to
dy in Atlanta. They l'I''bl'allJ,11t' Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hitch spent and of his mother Mrs. A ix
Tara
Ivey's fourth birthday unite there Wednesday to Sunday visiting Mrs. Mrs. Weldon also had ,
Barbara Harvey and family in Atlanta visiting Saturday guests Mr. ri
Mr. and Mrs.! I,re McDiittic: and touring North Carolina and visited family. Weldon of Bushnell.
son, lee spent t'thanksgiving!: hull- Mr. and Mrs Paul Hitch in Gastonia, :. \
day with his parents Mr. and Mrs. N.C. Jim Mrs. Greg Tyler and ,
0.1 I McDulhe. Sr in !Mi-Hat, (ia. long and Kip of Dothan,
and
Lila Mincsmger/ of Atlanta was Mrs. / Wednesday to Sunday
Mr and :Mrs A.I Eave, daughter, Wednesday to Monday guest of Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carmen and !Miss Vickie Niciil.i ot and' !Mrs. Curtis Sanders.Dr Claire and family.
I.ilwt.y ailPndvd? I the graduation, of ville, ,
lay' Eaves: ,Irirha basic traiiiingin Fort I and !Mrs. Greg Reddish of Tenn., ,Johns visited her son
Dix, NJ List l Wednesday, Nov 2.V:>> Orlando spent the long weekend with Vickie Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns 1
Alter Thanksgiving Ihi')' accompanied !Mrs P.D. Reddish and family and attended and Ga. over the weekend.: a
Ji> .lo Aberdeen (ProMHg the UF-FSU game. were ,
loiuid:: where lie will of Mrs. I
attendMr Randall Chism visited
.!I..11.111I' tit //i..ol. !Mr. and !Mrs. W 1. Green and fami- Miss Kay Gibson in Clermont
ly ol Tallahssee, and Mr. and Mrs.
.mil ;\II'. Watren I fatten I of .Jim Viglione of Binghampton, N.Y. Elizabeth :
(;iieen Cuve :Springs; were Th.uiksgiv- were Wednesday to Sunday guests of day to Chuck Moore and son \
niM guests of/ .\fI'. and Mrs.: J 11. War Mrs. Lex Green. They were all Mr. were Saturday night! I
I'c'n, Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Tom Casey '
:Mrs. Curtis Sanders. daughter .i
James Hiimham irl l.ike I'an.isol- parents Ivey of New Orleans,
Ikee u..1: l daughter<< :Mis Bill Collield) Mr and !Mrs Homer Stearns, Mr. and Mr. past 10 days: with their
the
of Anderson. S.C were Thanksgiving and Mrs. Tullie Norman and Gerlad ing Mr and Mr. J.E. liar ,
weekend guests ol :Mr and Mrs Norman attended the
funeral of Mrs. death of Mr. Ive)', Sr.
IuuglasItardy nn'rhanksglttngday; I Harold Tilhs in Plant City on Tuesday t .
they" were all guest ot' !Mr. and Mrs ol last week daughter visited her brother ,
,Fiankln Hitch in (iamesvillt!. Joining P.E. in Alachua General _
the family on Thanksgiving/ day were !Mrs Cathie Lifesaver spent the for two .
Dudley Hardy and 1 Miss Mary Ann weekend in Jacksonville with friends. .
Mr. and 20% off
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A.G. Ix>udon visited, Sure HI 10 lo lot. Keg 124 lo US. With the
Mrs.: LOUIe Bell Parks had as guests son. and fainily-Mrr-and .,Lmperaluredlp. ing.i'ce10heprrp,4rwt.So"
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Kfv. :Miller auk rrlchw nt the:: Mr. and Airs. Morgan Mikell of San weekend Barnhart in'Hartwell Dkl'i, 1'iil li llhl'fll.r.i .i. ,
.. Womack : ?; 'ro"t lit""'macron' 11"1 i,, .
Inlvf'roitv ol SIIIII.'tI'INft'nl: M.ir,v M.ifCo or? TAaiflcsgiving day and Mr: ; long weekend,'" Ann ".Miller; i.l "'la 'J//H* IIII'"k.tHI with Sir and !Mrs John mi Friday and Saturday. Mrs Charlie Green of Free Gift Wrapping

Miller Rev and Mrs T A. Steele of Stump and the weekend with their
Tampa Mrs. Herbert Green
Mr aunt :Mis I Don. I'.tlr.iy\ and Mr .mil( :Mrs K.F. Miles and Mrs. Edna Tuesday )' Taylor family. Anil- t/d.! 9 to 6 Mon.-Sat.
and Mrs t.irj. Brewer and t ihlldrin.pent I'hnlt ol Macclenny were last Friday Mr and Beach aso 1 to 5 Sunday
World-. .!Thursday, and Fi. iday at Disney visitors ot Mrs. W.B. Mundy. parents the Herbert

Mr. and Mrs C.H. Nasworthy of Mr. and Starke'q the weekend.

Mrs 0 I.. llayncs and 1 daughters; .Starke' and Mr. and Mrs J.W. Deaver moved Mrs. K.A. Green and I W/J 6't I Bradford'Square
Anne, ol I starke. and., Marcia Wekh and daughter Jamie of Gainesvillewere Walnut Ittfl
and( childien ol, Savannah ("i.i, spent Thanksgiving day guests of !Mr. Road) Mrs. Alf day Green guests in /oJ Ir,. J 964.5051 Jn
(ho long \\t''k'ndlllh Mr, and Mrs and' Mrs. Chuck Bastak in Williston.Mr were joined by Mr
Svott.Stcvi'nsnn and 'family. in Allan Mr. and '
Bowman of Jackson
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ta and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby his family I YKI / ,, :'i
spent Wednesday to Monday in Atlanta -
Mr and ;Mrs. IK i Mdnlyic: ( and visiting 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Little Hartley in .j
>tintol Ponle Vedr.i Beu'h..lrs. ,J.K: und :Miss. Huth Crosby.Jerry .
:notice' .mil ;Mrs 1' (' Smo.ik ol Guests

J.ieksonxille; and l Mi md Mrs C J Moran, Jr, ot Savannah, Ga.was Mrs. )
llerrington ,ot I I'lt 1,1 itka wi day gue.ls I ol !Mr and I.iiin.se !Moore of I the Orange Park Parker and
Mrs .Ml lillI'\ Caic- Center joined the family on Mrs.
Worth, Mr.
niankgmng day.
Mr and "Ti.s. W\I: Meng! andchildren and son of

ol' St |1''t..teisljiirg "spent the :\11 II. Karl: + B Searing was in St Mrs.
'long \\('('k""d101111 their parent, :Mr :Mary's. Ga. during (he Thanksgiving
and Mrs PaulJeng at Hampton holidays visiting her daughter and Mrs. /Lou : !

Heach and K: I I. !Matthews in Staike Suns.family, I.t Cmdr. and Mrs John G, to Mr.Saturday and C''i r-

:Mr and !Mrs llollis. Hope, Jr and t ty. ,.
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I 1.1, V'inh+g. Atlailtaopl'lIt the weekend with her
part'nts.Ir.! and Mrs. George '
Elmer" Wellv III t Poinpano: Beach 'opd.III(1. Joining them 'fhanksiving ;
wisThulksgrturgguest t ol' lussonand ciaIoI're Mr. and Mrs. Doug Farrow fnq, r.t.. ,, ,
family.. Mr anti ;Mrs Richard Welly-, and! sons of Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. 'r. :,:! rJ iiR.r';,i. o 'ie ly_!
Jim Womack.. and Bill and BradII.1l11tllon Page rCbstnneiNi
Mr. and :Mrs Ho\d. Spraggms( ol of Starke.
Fort Worth, Texas and :Mr. and Mrs
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guests at a covered dish. dinner Monday St. Edwards Church Hall
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I Lady Tornadoes ((0-1)) Open Home Basketball Season Sports"B" Section.Stories 1 SrR;3'i:ti9(.



1I' Warner come*
The season
Kit Seniors Hankerson and Hope ment in Green Cove .and is 3-0 to Pop
A,1 Tracy; to a close Saturday with a pahr: iV' .
R I Jackson combined for 41 points but erase a 35-34 third period BUS advan- Bradford teams the Midgets alNt,.i

that wasn't quite enough as the Lady tage as the Lady Tornadoes missed 11 Mltey Mites taking part In thW
yn foul shots and of in the
Tornadoes of BHS opened their a couple lay ups Tlmucua Conference Classic ln<<

basketball season Tuesday night witha final stanza. .
Green Cove Springs. last week the
51-44 loss at Palatka. The BHS girls The 21 points Hankerson poured in and Pee Wees captured..
Midgets )
are at home tonight Thursday Dec was a career high for her and Coach wins. '
bowl
3, for a 7 p.m. game against Macclen-: Lee said the *7Vs center assortment played very of For game stories on last weekend'. !*?c, I''
well scoring on an
ny.BHS Coach Gayle Lee had said in short jumpers rebound shots and win and this Saturday's. .chedql t

dh the preseason that a shortage of depth free throws. She pulled down 7 re see pg'lB, "'j"'j' I I

nr a ? 1 could hurt her squad and it did In the bounds and Jackson 6 more'but the .-...,.... .) (

opener as the starting 5 went all the BHS girls were outrebounded

way and "were dead tired" in thegame's rWSrtf ((44)1) Hankerson 21, Jackson 21. Berry 2. :.
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Hall 0, Mack 0 Totals 16 12 M 44r .
lion minutes. That allowed .,lM*.(iii, Belton 8. Miller 6, Nupior 14 Spells 15, TOOL AUCTION ?v'f : 1
s Palatka which won a tipoff tourna- Durden 2, Koblmon 6 Total: a 7-14 SI
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Starke Recreation Department will host the 1981 Men's Flag Football t'farF t

+ District II tournament this Saturday, Dec. 5, at Bradford High School's: j.-f.- '1Jrci't

stadium and practice field. .

The tournament includes 8 teams the best from Starke Gainesville and '.5.-
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:'\NJewberry with 2 spots to the state tournament up for grabs. Picture II II I

.t, Play starts off Saturday morning at 9 a.m. with Fletcher Farm of Newberry I

E going against the Macclenny Gators on one field and the Starke league champion Frames :,, ,
Music Men tackling Russell's Sporting Goods the number 4 finisher In

the Gainesville league.In .

the bottom-bracket 10:30 games Music Express the Gainesville league 1/2 Price "

champion plays the Macclenny Streaks and 301 Quick Stop the Starke

t league runnerup goes against Hubo Tractor of Lake City.

L.Bradford The semifinals are set for 2 p.m. with the finals slated for around 3:30 Saturday -

afternoon. Both the finalists qualify. for the state tournament Dec. 12.13 at

Palm Bay. OPPICIIsEIOP

High's Basketball Girls... Music Men. which won the District II title last year finished 11-1 in league 'f:'

Those are the 1981-82 Lady Tornado basketball squad Pertema Brown and Sheila Edmond.2nd play the only loss to 301 Quick Stop. Quick Stop was 10-1( coming into the final iii. ca PaP

I members, all set to open up their home season Thursday row I. to r., Juanitta Betlerson Brenda !Mack week of the season but lost by 12 to the Streaks in Macclenny. Tuesday night to e.srsa ;j:1

night Dec. 3. Queenie Berry Vonda Kay Hall Tracy Hankerson. see their league championship hopes go down the drain. r n '

They are from left to right: manager Charlotte Hope Jackson and Coach Gayle Lee. Also In action last week the Starke Guardsmen topped the Gators to avengean + 1nlc; .

Kerry Monica Berry Catherine Simmons Pat Barber. earlier defeat. :I!'

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF By: faye WhItehead seal this 24th day of of beginning thus UNITED STATES OF her personally: and that name under the register said fictitious Box 6B. IAWTEY,

FLORIDA EIGHTH Deputy Clerk November 1981.Gilbert described continue South AMERICA, she has not voluntarily aforesaid statute. name under the FLORIDA 32058. sole

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN "/ 124tchg 12/03 S. Brown 0 degrees 08' West along Plaintiff, appeared herein it is Dated this 12lh day of aforesaid statute owner doing business

AND FOR BRADFORD NOTICE OF Clerk Circuit Court said Easterly right of way vs therefore Nov. 1981. in Bradford Dated this 16th day of under the firm name of .......
COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION By Beulah Moody line, 218.0 feet thence LYVONNE WILLIAMS ORDERED AS County, Florida. November A.D. 1981 In UNION REFRIGERATION, :1; '

INTENTIONTO REGISTER Deputy Clerk South 89 degrees 52' East f/n/a FOLLOWS: Il/I24tchg 12/03 Bradford County.: Rt I. Box 628. LAWTEY ;::1.

CASE NO 81.117CP FICTITIOUS 12/03.'chg 12/30 200.0 feet to the Westerly LYVONNE CONWAY: I. The Defendant Il/I94tchg 12/10 FLORIDA 32058 Intendsto

IN RE. The Estate of NAME right of way line of a and Lyvonne Williams, f/n/a NOTICE OF INTENTION NOTICE OF INTENTION register said fictitious
CALL FOR BIDS ,
COMER P. FERRYMAN graded road thence JAX NAVY FEDERAL Lyvonne Conway ..hollapp.ar TO REGISTER REGISTER name under the IT
North 0 degrees 08' East In this cause and aforesaid statute. .
Deceased CREDIT UNION ,
Section FICITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME '
Pursuant to
NOTICE OF The CITY COMMISSIONOF along the said Westerly Defendants.AMENDED. plead to the complaintfiled Dated this 19th day of ::4T'Nov.mb.r..A.D. I
Pursuant to Section Pursuant to Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, STARKE
THE CITY OF right of way line 218,0 herein before !
ADMINISTRATIONThe notice Is hereby giventhat will bids for the on or 865.09, Florida Statutes, 863.09, Florida Statutes, 1981 In .
accept feet thence North 89 H, 1982: or in ':"?
of January Bradford'
Administration ORDEROF County.
the notice .it hereby given'that notic. is hereby given'that
und.rslgn.d.CONCERNED .
following pipe: 52' West 200.0fe.t t IJllu'JI-Jnol
degrees Ih. "
default thereof "
the Estate of Comer PPerryman CITIZENS SERVICE the undersigned "the : undersigned':" Tiyi94fpd1l210"ian
to the Point ofBegiping Court shall proceed'to inn >5ii i!> J'I\'lci 'f. )//'ILIT
Deceased ol DEVELOPMENT'! t) 30> loot piece of"o1i" also descrlb- BY PUBLICATION) OSCAR ,\ f.l G / QYlu qrJ-m Ic gri'p Fl F, Rt. f r. "
f,. No. B1. 17-CP 'Is "," ; .. The Court being advised Judgment In this cause to 'CARTER. at. BOX 1 ,tt< 1Ji irl| to tnorripmitnt tl'cdr
DISABILITIES INC., P. O. X 43"6blong0gauge ed as the N 1/2 of Lot 4, for I. 408: ,. ... .. !'
pending in the Circuit by Plaintiff United the extent provided .
Box 98, Raiford Florida galvanized IAWTEY FLORIDA, I
plain Block I of Garden Acres,
Court of Bradford County 32083. sole owners doing unrecorded States of America, that by Section 1633. Title 28 32058: joint owners: doIng ,
Florida, Probate DivJ-) business under the pipe. an plat. the newspaper inadvertently United States Code, as if business under the uaiiCHRISTMAS,

.,ion the address of firm of INDUSTRIAL failed to said Defendant had been firm of CARTER'ST.V. It. IoCj
name
name I) Band to fit pipe Also the adjacentWestern
which is Bradford County publish this Court's served with process .
COMPLEX of RAI SERVICE:, West of
feet which
Courthouse, Storke. 30 Order of Service by within the State of 1lrh!
FORD. P. O. Box 368 (Deliverer to Starke) adjoins on the East end Lowl.y.5 mile, on ;
Florida 32091. The Publication entered on Florida.
Roiford. Florida. 32083. SR-225. lawtey Florida
of the above described
names and addresses of intends said June 9, 1981 hereby 2. This order be 32058 Intends to i:1.
to register Bids to be received at the property reserving unto

the Personal and the Representative P.rsonolR.pre.entativ.'s the fictitious aforesaid nom.statute.Dated under. City Hall by 7 p.m. onTuesday. the general public the' follows amends: its Order as newspaper published of In general a J1 4. t'I"' t"" ,_............ ...... = ......r>
December IS to to said 30
right use '
at. This cause came to be circulation in Bradford "
this 19th day of and 1'1Iv1u'luol
1981. At which time feet for and
Ingress
'or are set forth heard the verified County Florida: not less
nev November, AD., 1981. place all bids will be upon li1J L
below in Bradford County. egress.at motion of Plaintiff for an than once each week for _
opened.The RO
publicly
All interested persons Il/I94tchg 1210IN order of service by six consecutive weeks. i "' MD'
ire required to file, with public auction to the publication and it appearing prior to the return date j
said City reserves REAL1Y"Phone'
bidder for
highest cash
this Court: WITHIN THREE that this action hereinobove designated ,
the right to accept or reject at the East front door of ..f 'II'
THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
MONTHS OF THE FIRST
has been brought for the DONE AND ORDEREDAT 964.7700 I
FLORIDA. EIGHTH any or all bids. the Bradford County
PUBLICATION OF THIS enforcement of a lien Jacksonville Florida
NOTICE: ((1)I) all claims JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Courthouse in Starke against real property this 17th day of 393 N. Temple Avenue

ngcimst the Estate, and AND FOR BRADFORD CITY COMMISSION. Florida during the legal situated within the Middle November 1981 FOR SALE
CITY OF STARKE FLA. hours of sale ,
COUNTY. to wit:
IJ) any objection by on District of Florida and Howell W. Melton Lake. I
Neil Tucker Country Living on
By L. between the hours of,11a I
CASE NO. 81 418CA
,interested to described follows District 3 ;R : unlit tr
person Clerk as : United States This 2 bedroom hem y
City and .,
m 2pm more
whom notice was mailed Lots Three ((3)) and Four Judge could be dream with snit ,Ri T' n q n I
HAYNES ENTERPRISES.INC. !2/09ltcl that theqi
challenges ((4)) of Great Oaks. 12/0361chgOtl07 assumable .. ,
sales rtlo, "
of" f,capon, of the Per .. THE CIRCUIT COURT being a legal Starke Florida a Sub Wood frame,2 .211 lofoyett St.Across frftryyi.hb ...T l//li"H ,
D/b/a CAPTAIN CLEAN. day and the legal I hours
nol
Representative, EIGHTH JUDICIAL OFFICE HOURS
CIRCUIT '
division of of
a portion
Plaintiff, of sale. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO bedroom with 2 acres.
venue. or |jurisdiction of IN AND FOR BRAD. the Southeast of
quarter Monday Frlday'Sotu"a,,9.12 noon
th.> Court vs REGISTER e Trailer 1 acre with lake
All CLAIMS AND 08. WILLIAM HARRELL and FORD COUNTY. Dated this 30lh day of the Southeast quarter of FICITIOUS NAME access. "

h, '-I IONS NOT SO FILED GLENDA HARRELL, FLORIDA.CASE NO. 81-206 September 1981.GIlbert Section 29 Township 6 Pursuant to Section I e 4 Bedroom, t bath with 0LDG.Nwy,';t Q1(.)$2&S.. o. Terms.

'Ill! BE FOREVER BAR. his wife, S. Brown South Range 22 East, according 863.09. Florida Statutes, 2 *cres.Severe. e/. ACRES Between Starke lake. Butler. Terms.

l'D Defendants. FLORIDA BANK AT Clerk to plot of same notice is hereby given e let*, I acre and 1.52 ACRES-Frome home Only $T4g:! '0.J 'm,.'.rn'T''

Publication of this STARKE By Beulah M Moody recorded in Plat Book 2, that the undersigned. up for 500.00 down. CALL STREET IIR, 2 BA.. IR, DR. Kit.. fcomfty' room, rick
tfice began on the 25th NOTICE OF ACTION Plaintiff Deputy dork Page 66. public recordsof James and Eloise Starling !-, Business Property home on corner lot '' '. 'i) J vMlsJICOMMERCIAL '

Irif of November 1981. vs .12/022tchgI2/10 Bradford County P.O. Box 336.Slarke .! e Going Garage .u.I...... -$l2,0-OOt> mobile hor&.f )fc t$fr>oded 'lot. Term
Personal Represen- TO: Glenda HarrellRt Florida Florida. |oint| HWY 16.3 acres Good terms ,
ROBERT HUGH EDEN. Cell for detail .
UNITED STATES DISTRICT. and it further Iflhil"1
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non. lake City Flo. and COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF that Defendant' under the firm name of out city limit Could be used .HvtfRMMBrftV home.) 3 BR. 2 BA with faulty': room
Williams n/a
32055 FLORIDA JACKSONVILLE lyvonne .
SCRUGGS A CAR. Korner ..
EFFIE BEATRICE EDEN Fashions. 100 as commercial .t Goad Llfi6.+U .
MICHAEL by William N, or FIELD. DIVISION lyvonne Conway. cannot. West Call St.. Stor..... proper'Evenings '
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LAKE BUTIER-3 BR. IV BA brick home. One acre cltxse
CASE No. 81-301 be served within the Iy.
I P.O. Drawer C. 1004 Colley Road Florida ;
ng his wife, 32091. intends toregister
Gainesville, Flo. At Star...., Fla Civil .J.M Stat. of Florida, that it.is ) Pleas, Call, to RMC.I
t for Personal 32091 Defendants not practicable to serve said fictitious V.,....040.... Broker t- IGil. if FIVi ACRES and home only 30000.

Representative< ineys NOTICE OF r".r-
II 25 21chg 12 03 YOU ARE HEREBY MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE rl''tlt""If''t J.R. Kelly Aisoclat $10,100 one acre w/mobile home.'

NOTIFIED that an action SALE .2 BR. I BA From. a I $34.900.. "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF for disestablishment of 17x103' STORE IUILDING-Call St. Good Terms. '

FLORIDA EIGHTH lien has b..n filed Public notice is hereby .TWO STORY HOME,leouliful grounds Itor.....'

JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT. IN against property in Brad. and given In that strict pursuant accordancewith to REAL ESTATE BUILDING LOTS In town, nice trees. }|

AND FOR BRADFORD ford County Florida' the Summary Final Com See Us. ALMOST NEW 2 BR home on 4 acres.

COUNTYFLORIDA.TASE more particularly Judgment of Foreclosure BUYS! VWv Changed Our Nam, HWY 100W-3 BR home with extra mobile home hoak-up.

NO 81.507 described as follows: NICE COUNTRY HOME-Con. BI....
entered In this cause on But Not Our ServIce on 6'acres w/mobll.
DIVISION Civil .
the 30th day of home hookup.SAMPSOH3
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IN RE: The Marriage ol Commence at a point on b'
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QC\X lots.
November 1981. the Financing Avail
WAYNE E. REEVES, the N 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NE Sampson Lake .. crowd plesr with 3 bedrooms 2 .
undersigned as Clerk of 8 ACRES NEAR LAKE w/2 mobile homeslte
Husband 1/4 line where it Intersects baths, fireplace. 100 feet en the loke.$7S.OOO.Hardwood .
said Court will on the CON BLOCK HOME, priced In low 30's.
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and with the Easterly Floor compliment this 3 bedroom home.
23rd of
day December NEAR
GRAHAM
DOROTHY L. REEVES. boundary of Colley Road Fenced yard for the klds.$32.500. acres priced .right.
198' sell the
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following BESSENT ROAD < building, lots.
,
Wife for a point of Beginningand described real .Owner Financed -. 2 acres 'with elder frame .
propertysituate SIX ACRES 2/2 BR frame $29.500.
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
continue East along h me.l.SOO.S .
in Bradford County
WAYNE E. REEVES. the Northerly line ol the .. 130 ACRES PASTURE FISH PONDS. Fenced.Aarns.. TERMS
Florida to-wIt: Acre* .... well power pole end septic tank. Trailers ,
Rl I I. Box 325. Ope. NI/4ofSEI/4ofNEI/4. The North 1/2 of the i I.i I. _Ic..s 11.000. EXCELLENT.
Alabama 36467. ISO feet to a point bedroom .9 OR I* ACRES Hwy 301-Shopping Center Site
following described Smell Perm 2 .. ham 14
pro en acre, goodland.S0.000.
YOU ARE HEREB\ thence run South and ONE ACRE Hwy 100 > $5.000 Terms.
.
perty: ,
NOTIFIED that a Petition parallel to the aforesaid lefce lot Avellable, BESSENT RQAD-4 I.. 1'/0 BA brick home on one .c,..
for Dissolution, of Mar. Northerly boundary to on Sampson and Crosby laker.On FIVI ACRQO4n "\fmanclng ot 11%.
A .
parcel of land containing ]
with t ..
ecre tree .SS.OOO.
riua has been tiled the Easterly boundary of 1.0 acres, moreor pecan CALL $T.- ttor.EuWding. for sal. or lease

against you. and that Colley Road to the Point less, lying in the NWI ASSOCIATESTerry I BUILDING LOT Westmoreland St.

you serve are a required of to of Beginning.and 4 of NE I 4 of Section A. .._7(2-398 Key C. Wetert-94- 94IUndaW.Johns94097 OVER 400' FRONTAGE-Hwy. 301$. 3 versatile building'

copy your 27, Township 6 South e30'ACII FARM on Brownie Road ((229)). 3 Si. 2 BA
lobby T. Smlth-94-794 '
Response or Pleading to
you are required to Rang. 22 East, Bradford brick.COMMERCIAL. .
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the Petition, thePetition. IlleenStenley-479-304 ,Ann W. Godwln-94-3M9
of
upon serve a copy your .
County. Florida. saidparcel BLDG.-Con. bits Good
location.
.,'. attorney written defenses if any; 1.33: *f the finest. acre you'll find. Close In but not closedup. Patty lawson-94-927 Norman Heddlnf 94-59**
WiHiam, R. Burwell. P.O. to HAYNES ENTERPRISES being described mar. particularly 129 ..,. H. double wide with CH/A. 3 carports utility/ Philip W.Clark. REALTOR TERMS AVAILAILE-Fame hem In town.. Disc for.cash.
as -2% ACRES. Owner
Bon 1260 Gainesville INC., d/b/a CAPTAIN follows: room storage building large equipment shed. ell electric Financing.
Florida 32602 and file' CLEAN in care of double' oven refrlgerater/freeier w/lce maker BROWNLEI T.-Cemmerclal Bldg Good Terms ,
the original Response JOSEPH H. OAV CARE CENTER.R cent price reduction. Good In.
or FORBES, Esquire Commence at the NW large master IR w/klng sit* bed nice pine trees end
Pleading In the office of for Plaintiff com.
Attorney scrubs
12X Interest I
corner of said NW I 4 of
the Clerk of the Circuit 2I. .CROSBY CANAL Quiet location. Term., olBAVLISS
Post Offic. Box 913 Whet. else 4 wantf .
NE I 4 and run North 89 you Check us we may h.v.lil .
Court on or before the Gainesville, Florida degrees 4S'30' Cast HIGHWAY-(22S( ) 10 Acre wooded. $11.000,4

I 14ih day December. 32602 on of before Ih. the :.L ,'ch.. $" ''' .IMMACULATE-3 BR. 1'/ BA. Con. blk. In town.
along Northerly ,W. .t', f' NEIGHBORHOOD
A.D. 1981..If fail to 5th of PROFf KT1CS. INC. REALTOR .BETWEEN STARK LAKE '
I you day January, 1982 boundary thereof 37,0 IUTIER-Nice ecre lot wM
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do so, a Default Judge and file the original with i feet, thence A114: ,It" f"UtI, mobile ham*. '/iDOUBL4
ment will be taken the Clerk of this Court. Southerly :.No'I\I"1 ,f ,, '. U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231 >OCa 4H horn
18.67 feet to a concrete o ,a'' .)I; fj,It.. > on I ec. wi........ mrta.VAIUABLI ..
for the r.lief .
against you either before service on monument located at the ''Do 1.Y ,.'. ."0' 'We'" '.Iin" JltL 301 Property-Owner consider ...*
demanded in the Peti ,
counsel of "'Plaintiff or intersection of the South AMImCA'SI'TOP lee..beck.

tion. Immediately thereafter and East of line WATIRFRON1 PROPERTY AVAILABLE
right ,
way .
Doted at Slarke; Brad- otherwise the Default % t. $0 Acre from $1.350 p.r.cr..
of a county graded road Houses and Apartment far Rent
lord Florida, this mID"
County. will be entered againstyou
9th day of November for the relief 08'thence West South along 0 degrees said Wii;' ,ft; i" :'tllt ; no "Ii I.iaf '." .1t. CIII1WY 21 Property, .Management Service' ?

AD.. 1981. demanded In the. Complaint. Easterly right of line G... u, "' C .ittC'1'! ""to< ;."Q'.' ,JOti! Appraisal' j
;iERK OF THE CIRCUIT way 11111II'OiMury a I Kntl RMmr('_esiaxwtnrueSetlwxAF.. Su**..M f4'l1..UQ..14f.M64.
,2O2.1S feet jo the point 2. 'Mall.lt $.r.R .IC( 1( ;.NJtlMt'' t MiHl, !!!. "'! ..CwixiruiInn! fnmrO In U S A. ] 4 "A
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-The boys prep basketball season fastbreak I believe we can move it and Kevin, especially Howe, are do- S
rets underway locally Friday night down the floor. And something else.:.. ing a good Job of getting the ball olf
jec. 4, as the Tornado varsity and JV I'm seeing people going on the floor 'the boards and getting it out. The pro-
toys go to St. Augustine for 6:30(JV) after loose balls and diving around. blem Is we need more help there. We
and 8 p.m. ballgames.. That's something I haven't seen need more rebounding from Bell and
The BIIS squads also visit Santa Fe around here in a long lime. That kind. we need to keep those 2 out of foul
Tuesday night before unveiling their of thing can help us a lot.". trouble." jv.I
osaer show before BHS fans Friday The veteran coach, who led BHS to Scoring punch has been a problem +
light Dec..11, against rival Macclen- 23.4 and 22-4 seasons In 1974 and '73, the last 2 years but Sexton hopes
yui said another stronger suit needs to be'depth. Howe, Thompkins, Goodman and .
Nb* doubt the Tornadoes hope to "I feel like we're going to have Banks will provide enough firepower.
jtalrt'the campaign'differently than 7 or 8 people I would consider "We've got people that are capable of
ast year, when St. Augustine tagged starters. We're going to have to press, scoring points,- and people like Bell
6 72=&5 loss on the BHS varsity: and a and run and shoot on offense and we and Davis can hit the hole pretty goodloo.
frs-sij-defeat on the Tornado JV sin the need about 8 that can get out there "' .
bpeners here in Starke. BHS went on and go." Sexton said he expects St.
i struggle through a 3-19 varsity Those 8 he's got in mind right now Augustine, Santa Fe and, Mucclenny,
sign .and 1-18 junior varsity i are varsity returners Chuck to all provide stilf tests. lie labeled '
Williams, Eddie Thompkins Ronald defending champ Eastside, Live Oak.,
{Experience is not a strong suit forie Davis Kevin Howe, and Tony Davis and BuchhoU, all 20-game-plus winners -
t varsity, what with only 5 varsity (all but Davis seniors with him beinga last'year, as again the class of
turners and 2 players up from they junior), plus JV,, graduate Mark rugged District 5-AAA. EaMS1Iy
but Coach Mike Sexton hopes Pierce (Jr) and newcomers Gerald (
picknesd and hustling will pull the Goodman (Sr) and Donnie Banks JV's "More Talented"JV
jhrnadoes through So), Coach Rick Stevens said after
h&tell you. I don't know how we're Rounding out the varsity roster are just a couple days of practice that his "'''''
gonna do against anybody else but senior Robert Tyson, juniors Anthony ballclub was more talented than in
we're working"hard and they' really Williams. and D.J. Riddick,soph Gary past years and nothing has changedhis S U'
don't look bad Sexton said Tuesday. Carter, and 9th grader Rodney mind. "This group has much more y
"Our quickness is going to be a good Rut ledge. basketball sense than we've had.
asset. We may be having a hard time Sexton said Davis has "been the They should.win a lot more games
right now getting that quickness moving most pleasant surprise," while Good- than last year, I'm looking forward to .
\\ft the right direction but they're man has shown well also. Of his 2 it," he said Monday -
getting better If we can get the ball (and only) big men 6-6 Howe and 6-5 Five sophomores return lor a se- The BUS Grappling Crew...
nfl the boards and get it out on theN the coach "Eddie
Thompkms, said
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Itoluiul Culcniim. \
year 'To..nadoHt'htlt'rH are: standing!!: ul left from bottom Sauvrr.; :Alt-Mil Itumllcs.
., JV player;6-5 Tom Johnson returns in up, Itrian Davis. Tommy "O\u'll.. and Billy Irren: sit- \ : ami ,standing ut right. from 1"1t1l1ll| up| Michael:I I
the middle, along with 6-2 Steve Mar- ling!!: first row left to right. Tom Pierce. Tim in> :Niiuciil. .Mt-lliirtU and Donald ThiMnliin.The .
;BH All Sports Club To Meet shall Dunlap, and Gary outside Tyson players, and Dennis Wade arid :Neil (Colriiian back row, seated!, I. ht r.. l.arr> wrestling train in coached lt> Pole! Chillier.


Monday Night at Steak House Pelham.Other sophomores in the fold are

Wayne Brown Mike Clark, Roger After 47-25 Loss BHS Wrestlers
and Calvin Lee.
The All Sports Club of.Bradford High School will be holding a general Jefferson
membership meeting this Monday night. Dec. 7, at the Western Steer Steak A good-looking 6-footers Darren freshman Chandler group and includes -
in Starke.
House
starts at 7:30 and all members plus who would like to David Antonio Jones, along with 5-11
The meeting anyone
join athletes is invited.and other The group projects.Starke raises. money to sponsor the sports banquets for BHS Sam Early.Bellum Norman)', Barry and Boswell guards, and Robert Mike Look for Wins in Home Matches


12 points given away on forfeits in falling behind 1-4 against Buchhol/ :Nugent!: a Iri'shman uiTslling his
two weight classes were too much to ace Michael Bryant, the Tornado lirst match fiilliivvingith a Iliad
1 overcome Tuesday night but the BUS I.U-pouiulcr: doniinalfd I ho last 2 Jll'l'imlllllJ to make it 12-11 Tornadoes
Oldtiniers Rally for 5 WIns' wrestlers showed signs nl' goof! improvement periods for a 9.3! ; victory, Green did alter mlldll'Slh'I' Buclilmluuui:
in a 47-25 opening-match much t the saini' e"'nllpil1l'flillli .11 ol the next ."> matches Saucer I'lh',11I1', '
loss against rugged BuchhoU at I the before churning out a 1-1.1; major deci an IK-4 [lead iM-loreilccking his man In
BUS gym. sinn. seconds into the third prr.od, to got,
The Tornadoes looked muchstronger Pierce t'.llI1l'lIlIt like a nanltlllnd ill IS n :25-17!: 1.ullh..1 ((tiicklv ih.dp
To ,Capture Turkey Shoot Tourney ; and more experienced Hum was a_jiiick iirst 1 -pcriod winner nth jH-ared.
the team that went 2-H last, year as \
they opened up loads of 12-0 li-( .">, and I
19.11 before. succumbing to the Bobcats Burglary SuspectApprehended
If at !first you don't l succeed try. try ''and Smith 14. Turkey Shoot'81Flnol middle and upper weight })U\\t'r.
again.. Aldridge was in double figures in 5 Standings Wl BuchhoU was \\ilhout 5 starters. \\ho
The Starke Oldtimers (took that ad- of the 6 games and ended with 90 Oldtimers 5.t arc still involved in the lootluillpliti
vice last weekend and shook off a points for a 15 point average Glen Hawks 3.2a : oll's but considering (they enjoyed A burglar recently broke into a local l business,at 3 a.m. and in doing so
first-round loss :season last >l'IJ'lhe| :H.'ornaiiH. | activated a silent alarm which notified .the Starke Police Dept. Within
Turkey Shoot of '81 semipro basket-. Kerr '''Fishe'' ;'tG.: .x.in.--' >l.mi Butlert b. 'q 11",4 ra'J 1.2NWFleons 1'1 yiiKilr'ltfli ve an cxcoUenJ.shpt: 1\1. ?, .threemvnutes,, \ ,.,\, Sibley and pmcer Wilkins..., n responded. and apprehended -
bait tournament at the RJE Gym. .f 8 "'d.'th 'ra lnri Up Hav6il4a; t9 of"r" p.:ft !nrl''ngr"f. .1 O.2) ,hOwi'' (jifl.ng'flii'irJjUier-a home male-lie.,,",", *, a suspect Inside the business.: S.---
--IbE:Oldtimers were outscored 8878BwyThe scoring.was the key. The Chandler. Maeclenny"'t I /. .h "T rrxt. ... n.4 n)-2 :,. 'I IIVis!' ,woek-' : a ll langlo with (jaim'o'llIl'IIlkh
Lawtey Sonics in their opener brothers Harold (65 points), Mike at I the BUS gym Kr.klay night.Doc. .
Thanksgiving night but they came ((59)), and Chris (56)) led the way Leading Scor.rs Pt., 4. and a I2i0:: iillornonn. clash .WARNINGELECTRONIC I
back to win 5!in a row, including back- along with Raymond Blye ((56)) and Milton Baker UTI C ) 1314 II Middleburg: ( Saturday. Dec. ;5.
victories over the ,SlarkeI Eugene Blye <47>, The Hawks .had Freddie Aldridgc tOT) !90 J AUvays-poxverlul ,Palatka' conies .10( .
tIck I Saturday night to clinch the wins over the Falcons 76-65, Macclenny Glen Carter tOT I 77 (town Tuesday I night Use H, lor 1110:11I( ::!()
on tourney. Rebels 80-60, and Lawtey Sonics Ray Charles Smith C OTI 71 list ALARM
Milton Baker was the Oldtimers big 77.62 before losing' twice to the Curlis White "(1.111) 6I! In Tuesday night's match Tom
gun in the scoring department with Oldtimers. 'tIaroldChandlcr c lIaw I 63N ; I'lel't'La 1'1')' Saucer, and Tim in vNu'gtMit
-.rSS: Soints for a 31.8 per game average Third place went to the Sonics'oflawtey Mack I II.a I 62 ;; pinned their opponents while
buUiMth.-Baker-out: of the lineup for who won 2 and lost 2. CurtisWhite Mike Chandler c lI"w'' ;39\ :Michael :McDullio and Billy Green,
alurday night's Championship: game who drilled in 33 points in a n. Clark (I.a I 37 Hit 2 lop BUS veterans were forced to e
tournament Most Valuable Player wild 105-100 win over Lake ButlerledI..awtey Rainondl3lye c IIIw) ;36Cl rally Ironrbehiiui for decision wins.
t Canned 20, Fred- l with 69 points while N, Mack risChandler: C flaw' 56 :McOullie started slow; but after
; 1Jlen carter! JU to canned 62, B. Clark had 57, H.,Brown } BY
INSTALLED
I. rlSli1Ir :%,and W. Ross 37. .
To \ ,?)1 u> Oldtimers "-.The Falcons, losers to the olhcrT: ,
100-Htt asa Slarke teams, were lead in scoring by Public Notice HILL SECURITY
< 'rllxliili L riuSnMMr I ) alvi' gunning in1d 'with25.
lawtcy 93-88 as Aldridgc hit i'Late Butler was 1-2 for lhewcekcndwith'tennis If"'
th'tiokvr 18. and Carter and Smith 15 Roberson R. Johnson.and SERVICE.
A. (Hicks leading' in..thelt,scoring I
iipietc. in ill ujypetflftetlTonunbcittcnHawks Federal Revenue Sharing Form RS-9F
'7lMdris' aker> knocked. In 23 dt'parlll1l'nU' 964-5849
."-IIU;: QJ is 'available for SALES LEASE SERVICE
< now public inspection -
noon CI:I "VObut"'l. .jl
Calendar at Hall for the Year Ended NOW is the time to lease or buy a Security for your business.
..m.T.Dsports l} r City Only
; : : / Don lease t wait in until December.you need itit's too late then.. 5 systems. availablefor

**'n ThurS'lt\t." ,? it. aVuUS: :' J' !(7100) linoilaker September 30, 1980. ACT NOW! __ _
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i <7o. girls basketball

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!Men's Hag football tourney lUIS( thru (SSuiittiaay \ ; .I! na7:; IL'I. I t Y Clerk .

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BUS JV, ,V. boys basketball at St. Augustine. ,

(6:30-H ', . > Your Favorite' BacR! LONGUHAMP( HOMES, ING I ,

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Bowl Green CoveMiddleburg CHICKENDIHNER
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BUS girls basketbaUat t. Kastside (7:30)' : ) '. ,. 'B E FO fE You PAY' Too MUCH

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Tuesday Dec 8'j.>. .,. .. -. 1 (( HEcK WITH USCAE
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BUS J" V. boys basketball at Santa Fe' ,. ;( '
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..ThursdayDec.. 10- < : .. ". !J'.o ..'. FINANCING AVAILABLE
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BUS ,wrestling at. Ocala Forest, (6:30)( .-; ... '. .:. :. .. LOTS AVAILABLE ALSO ACJPEASE

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The Starke Golf & Country Club Is now inviting applicationsfor \ Trie Captain's special sweet sour sauce Plenty \: .
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membership in the club. Available are memberships for .
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basketball''.league'has been set for 7' p.m. tonight{ Thursday" Luncheon SpecialMONDAYFRIDAY S S ;

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B That Affect Residents of Bradford,_Mm and day Counties _;; QJ:p l9, ; vtl M liiTJRT) Union CountyDecembers


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-adford County Commission Buys New Radar for FHP: Here


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The' Bradford County Commissionhas ( V'p "
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The KU-lO's are stale of the art ;' ) ': .',t, "
units that will replace the old MV-17, ,i.
Decatur radar units currently in use .'.,t:'. ..
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agencies!! statewide will l>orequired ... ,. '''''' -.- ........., ...
to use the KIMO Kadar. '\
The units wore purchased by I the r "

commission at a cost of $l.lK! each: u. ., .",;}l,.' "" .... .'
and hl'gIIIIIIIt.' here Del. t 12.: Since that
time, the units have paid for
themselves, monies from tickets
according to KHP Trooper WA. Wol'
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lord. LQ w rw..r.+ r
"I 1 don't t think that( ) people realize
that the money' raised from speeding
tickets I g41es into the I line and 1Nw
lorlciturc! account in the county
where I the ticket was written" said
Woltord. "This gives the counties a +
source of income beyond taxation..
Wot'lord estimated that. he writes
"about. NX\\) tickets each month."
Wot'ford demonstrated the new
radar and explained the differences :
'and advantages over,the old units ;n,
"The old' lIY.t7lIIill no longer ;
meet the state requirements;' ho
said. "There was a certain 'grey
area' that. allowed fur errors with Ihe-
old units. That's! why houses and t trees .
have been chicked. by radar units in
.Florida.First."
-. of till the KIMO has a much result ill //'i.. .
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narrower beam width. he said.
"This gives a much smaller area that Don 1('tins (KR-1O, } Radar Unit) .
vehicles are being clocked in, hence a .. .. "
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truer reading. l'IUl'kl'lI.'ullol'll I hal (hi-
explained
Next: the new unit employs anaudioUopler countered in radar use. The first I of Angular l'I'I'OI'erreet I is caused when
whine while the pitch decreasedwhen too worked lo the motorist's' admit
Uul I the unit IIsl.lt.l'lIlI tell the
lie radar unit is to side of the
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stem. these is the batching effect That is
th.'l'hide passed and movedaway. because it increasedburden .
operator if there is something amiss.. loge ,placed" an
tracked vehicle. The further the unit
Audio-Dopier operates on the when a patrol car is making a rapid I
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the will the certainly on trooper'
t i is>> to the side of I he object IxMngtrack- Lights on unit signal userit
theory t that sound-t'requency Increases increase decrease in speed This af-i ,
He iilso pointed out how certain exactlwhich vehicle .
there radio Interference. if the insure wa get
as and object\ approaches and vehicle made different sounds. "This feels the readout given .by the ,'udat1unit. K ed. the greater the potential for unit is operating is on low voltage or il fog an illegal. clucking.
decreases as an object moves away enables\ an operator to distinguish sometimes giving an erroneous angular errorf. "The only lI'Ul'1'l'.ldmg internal problems are occurring., (.This "II.. I am not positive in tins/ !regard.
from a'ptlillt.'ol'l'm'd/ made an between a semi and a car or a motorcycle reading. A trooper must check the, would be directly.. head-on or. is a big improvement over the old 1 \Hih'h'lkkt.1., I Iin. lo make
analogy to standing \by a highway and ." he said. car's speedometer against what t the bt'hind'the.l'hlcl. Wol1'ol'dlilYIi. units. gCIIII\'u: listening' to a passing/ semi-truck. Since Aug. :31. all radar operatorsfor unit. says I the patrol car's speed is. I the"This angular error of the motorist! works to As it that I i is not enough. l hul th I thertidar worked m Starke, I've onlbeen. eon
advantage by giv-
II'WI' hear the pitch on the radar A second distortion is called the CI "
I ho FHP ;are,required to take a and the patrol speedometer tested in court twice.
Unit hll'rl.atl.'t.." know that we arc shadowing effect. This occurs when]r1< tug a lower speed reading. car
40-hour course -in the testing Some advantage however, lieachieved
proper can'
tracking an nppl'lehlng'ehiele.." the radar bounces otf. a 'brgtvelucU"j i. Fanning! error is when the unit itselfy&Jk must be checked eyer six months ...
; and operation tit this unit;'.. ,is the \ by the use: ol the unit
not performed
.. .,-. """. \\ ll fOld: sajiL'Sufe: ; enough1, :.anir>-' Some j nt --lhe-4U-hoUf'fU: **.,..t 4ttM_.- jn\ frontof UtepatroI.c.itiHuiUUi': *< > .,' illular UiiolUra-in.a mov, > 'allihrijtion Iroopprti.'onlytutwiR'fnrK'! by) iir -4111Id"1u 'i.i-iJ1\.l- lq liV4H'o: ; |>er taut vl
ptiini'hln) \ .'--vlfiletr mlrtlr the unite! deals( ,with frequent problems\ 'en: clocks nrsecondTphtcle behind' ,111' r Ag'ob'ject wim)JuiiioOuJurs.:Jamming' both the 141.,1i0nllrand. mobile have the radar lull.mh. l I but ail, 1.* y.jsending
is man-made interference such as CB '
. beam. When vi'luele ,, r
modes. ( a I ;i i
other in-
radio rotating sign or type
The KIMO no longer allows the heard or sighted a UK k ol' the luitton
;* SAWDER BUY (terterence.Troopers are schiHiled to be awareof trooper to "lock" the speed onto the provides an instant dlll'klllXII, /
potential situations where one of. unit. Troopers can no longer show a radar. detector! (he world can' ileteci
thesis ellects could cause lalse Molator I the speed at which ho was Jr'tlxr8PIlkrllrrr Jt f)II

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: ; .' ,. ,', ; '. Dorothy Bebe also of Holly Hill; a< Patterson was charged with Box 715, Starke. was
passenger in the vehicle was:: ,injured r careless driving, according to on US-301, she
I News Briefs'JW"" 71ri7RlESE111 but refused treatment; Trooper Kenneth Etheridge.' traveled off the .
Damage to Breasley's 1978 Ford utility pole.
j, was $600. ', Nov. 27, John C McLaughlin, 69! of
Pennsylvania, was traveling north on Rescue 60
Hampton Man in the hip area. The bullet lodged in a Robert Harold Curington 38, of US-301,attempted to change lanes not dent taking Bryan to
Arrested For Assault vertebra near the base of his Sands Jacksonville, was traveling north on seeing a vehicle in the other lane, ty Hospital where she
Smith was taken to Sampson Trestle Road. west of McLaughlin struck the vehicle in the, released.
Wayne Walter Rhoden, was ar Teaching Hospital in Gainesville Starke Nov. 28. A vehicle driven by left front fender.
rested Nov. 15, at the Intersection of where he is in stable condition. Rudolph Crews,44, Rt 1 Box 364, take .Wm Thad Smith 42, Starke, drivinga Damage to Bryan's.
SR-18 & 100 by the Bradford County Butler, was also traveling north on '78 Chevy sustained $1,000 damageto 3000.
Sherifrs Dept. and charged with two Man ArrestedAt the Sampson trestle Road, stopped on his Vehicle Damage toMcLaughlin's Bryan was charged
counts of aggravated assault. Local TavernA the west side attempted to make a 1978 Cadillac was $500. driving and driving
Rhoden, 21, P. O. Box 140, Hampton three point turnaround and backed In- McLaughlin was cited for Improperlane license, according to
was picked up on a warrant local man was arrested at Law's to the left side of Curington's 1980 change, according to Patrolman Rhoden.
issued after Rhoden threatened, by Tavern In Starke after the Starke Jerry Miller.
word or act, violence on Joseph Rowe Police Dept. was called to stop a Chevy.Damage to the Chevy was$125.
Sept 27 at Mary Brown's Trailer disturbance Nov. 26. Crews was charged with improper
Park Robert Lee Butler, 27, 522 W. backing, according to Trooper Ken- Nov. 27.Stella M. Kelly,76,Rt 2 Box.
Bond for Rhoden was set at $2,000he Madison I St., Starke, was drinking neth Ethndge. 238, Keystone Heights, ws parked in
is in custody in the county jail ac beer at the tavern. Butler, accordingto front of the Community Bank. Malee
cording to Deputy Paul Stegall. manager Barbara Bilderback, was Nov. 27; Robert Edwin Patterson Sarntinaranont, 38, Rt. 1 Box 758,
one of the two men she wanted remov HI, 23, Box 1124, Starke. was travel- Starker was attempting to pull into a More fruit
told
Bradford Co. ed. Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson ing east on Bessent Rd., went into the parking space. Kelly not seeing the
both parties to go home. Butler got curve too fast over-corrected to the vehicle struck it In the right side. halves and
Circuit CourtIn mad and threw a mug of beer on left.and ran into a ditch striking the Damage to the Sarnt's 1979 Lincolnwas "

Brief Bilkerback. end of a concrete culvert.A $600, damage to Kelly's. 1981
Wilkinson arrested Butler and placed passenger in the vehicle Guy Chevy was $50.
Arraigned Nov 16 before Judge him in the Bradford County Jail, Hammon,21, Starke, was taken to Kelly was cited for improper backing -rptP
Chester B. Chance was William charged with disorderly intoxication. Bradford County Hospital, where he according to Patrolman' Jerry.
Robert McRae, 41, Lake Butler. was treated and released. Miller.
McRae pled guilty to violation of pro Damage to Patterson's 1972 Chevywas 138
bation. McRae was sentenced to two Man Arrested $900. Nov. 29, Beverly M. Bran:!no. Rt. 2
years in Dept of Corrections;concur- Burglary Charge
rent with the time now being servedon
a civil case. Kenneth O. Mann, 20, 415 S. CherrySt.
McRae is serving time on an orderof ., Starke, was arrested and charged
arrest for failure to pay child support after he entered a dwelling on or ,
about Oct. 31 which was the propertyof
Lula Bell Terrell Rt. 2 Box 22Z. ESTABLISHED 1904
Calvin Elwood Padgett charged Starke,and alledgedly obtained$50 or
with grand theft, changed his plea $60 in cash from Terrell's purse.
from not guilty to no contest. Pre- Nov. 28. Union Co. deputies stopped
sentencing invesigation was orderedfor Mann for a traffic violation, then con-
Dec. 7.Padgett. tacted Bradford Co. Sheriff's Dept.
was charged with stealinf Mann was charged with burglaryand
cattle in Alachua Co. along with Ar petit theft; bond was set at$1,150. ,1 Imo' "a t, I
ti
chie Cedric Rosier and Wilbert Lee Mann was released on his own I : t
Austin of Lawtey in May. t recognizance, according to Deputy
Rosier received sentence in Oct. John Dempsey.

Norman Wesley Boston, inmate at
Florida State Prison, was sentenced Accidents
to 18 months for his conviction on Starke AreaNov. /
charges of aggravated battery and :.
battery of a law enforcement officer. 26, Gloria Davis Cummings,
Boston changed his plea to guilty ol 32, Rt 2 Box 2960 was southbound on (
battery of a law enforcement officerin NW 25th Ave, Starke, when her vehi- .
a pending case. Boston was cle crossed over the center line into
sentenced to an additional 18 monthsto the path of a northbound vehicle. _,
be served consecutively with the Vera Austin Diggs. 36, Rt 2 Box 1500,
l first sentence and the time he is now Starke attempted to leave the road
serving. and was struck in the left side by
Cummings' vehicle.
Lucille Barnhart Carter, 51, 2201 Diggs suffered minor injuries 1
Sleepy Hollow, Starke, was north- Damage to her'72 Mercury was$1000.
bound on US-301 just north of Damage to Cummings' 1971 Ford was '
McMahon St., failed to see a car slow $1000.
ing or stopping in front of her,applied Cummings was charged with driv-
brakes, leaving approximately 9 ft. of ing while intoxicated and driving with
skid marks before striking the vehi- suspended license, according to Sgt
cle.The W. H Barber. 17 COLOR P 0 R ABLE TV i
vehicle driven by Janice Con-
ner Joiner, Starke, was attempting to Gladys Casey Breasley, Holly Hill e Automatic Frequency Control 9Gal.v /
(turn into the courthouse driveway and Fl., was traveling east on SR-100, e AutomaUc Color Control X39995 I II pep e
was struck in the rear. overtaking an unknown vehicle. e Black Matrix Picture Tube ,. ,, 9645289"I'
Damage to Joiner's '80 Ford was Statement $75;;Carter:was charged..follow- she saw a vehlcle,v estfeound, swerved 1 n ,. -.r TtLEVISION IS:
ingjoo close, according to Patrolman. to the left wen" jot of control p I t Oiti e 100'AaolldalaM 1 )
David Crum. jumped -ditch and came to rest-ina* =:--- \
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Handi-Way ClerkItobbedAbducted
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THEATRE ..
Two males armed with knives AM/FM STEREO
entered a convience store west of
Storko
Starke at 6:45: p.m. Nov.29, forced the 964-5451
clerk to put an undetermined amountof
FRI. SAT. SUN.SHOWTIMES a $299
money in a paper bag, then forced 8-Track
the clerk at knife point to get into the Play/Record
Full Size Changer >M"i
car with them. :
Janice Phillips 40, was behind the 2-Way 20H Allegro Speaker ; ',.
cash register in the Handi-Way Storeon i
the corner of Morgan Road and i v.
SR-16, when the two males entered. ELECTRIC '
Driving south on US-301 the men
found no one was pursuing them theyso BLANKETS '
they released Phillips south of I,
Waldo. She flagged a motorist who : Single illuminated con-
took her to Waldo where she found a Friday 7:05: 8:50 trol, 100% polyester cover, ,. it I
policeman who contacted the Brad- Sot.. Sun. 5:30 7:15.9:00: 115 Volt AC-180 watt.u 0" :, .
ford County Sheriff's Dept. Phillipswas UL approved. In Green, df T..'' l ;
unharmed. I Gold or Blue. ,, $
A customer entering the store found 301 Drive-In
the cash register open and empty and 88 '
had also called the Sheriffs Office. FRI. thru MON. $3 TOUCHMATIC I
No arrests have been made and the 04EB
investigation is continuing. JOHNBELUSHI MICROWAVE '

DAN. AYKROYD 141

Youth ShotAccidentially
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While hunting Sat., Nov. 28, at approximately PLUS .
5 p.m., a Starke youthwas '
shot accidentally when a gun ?"* JUST WHAT c:: I- C ,

discharged.Gordon Smith 15, and Greg Griffis, ;; I WE ALL NEED., D '
9, both of Starke were hunting in a a A really r
wooded area off Hammond Road,
north of, Starke. They laid their guns 11 good hit!
down to cut some brush and when .. _! A.C. v p a '
they picked them up the trigger was vse
hung on the brush the gun discharged SHOWTIME: 7:00 a b :
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ObituariesRuth --..,......,..---.. ._-..... .... .,........-. .""':'"". ....':""'" ':'-"'''''''''''''_....,.......,........-
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Ella NoegelMrs. and Mr. Albert ";\00" Norman, all'of Mrs.Cora B.Winans ,',r,' '.
Ruth Ella Noegel age 63, who Lawtey, and Doc Norman of Mid- Mrs. Cora B. Winans,76,of Fernan- personally invite
lived on Griffls Loop, died in the dleburg. Four,Daughters!: Mrs. dina Beach died Monday,Nov.30,in a
North Florida Regional Hospital in Callie Griffis, Mrs. Ona Hardee, Mrs. local hospital. J' I
Gainesville Sunday,Nov. 22nd follow A vie Austin,and.Iris Pendarvis,all of Mrs. Winans was a member of theJehovah's you to shop our
ing an illness of several months. A Lawtey. One' sister: Mrs. Zettie Witness faith. She owned
lifetime resident of this area,she was Padgett, also of Lawtey 34 grand- and operated Cora's Gift Shop in Fer-'
born in Starke, Sept. 11,. 1918. Her children 63 great-grandchildren and nandina Beach and was a former. resident ,
21 great-great-grandchildren. of Starke. .
parents were the late Charles H.
Priest and Myrtle Griffis. She was a Funeral services were conducted at Survivors include two daughters, SIaaooaa
member of the Grace Baptist Church. 2:30 p.m.Sunday,Nov. 22 at Highland Mrs. Jessie flyers of Fernandina
Survived by 3 sons, George H. Baptist Church with Rev. G. W. Beach, Mrs. 'Cora Douglas of
"Pat" Bowers Longview, Texas Chism officiating. Burial was in the Brewton Alabama; three sisters,
James E. Bowers of Orlando, and church cemetery,with Archie Tanner Mrs. E. R. Beaver of Baltimore, Md.,
Richard Johns of Starke; and 7 grandchildren Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Mrs. Susan' Richardson'of Oregon, Inventory
arrangements: Ohio Mrs. Rachel Arnold of New "'J
Funeral l services were held at 2p.m. Miss Emma Lillian Hulina Albany, Indiana; eight grandchildrenand ,1\h: *' :' .' for the best
deal
eleven great-grandchildren.
Wednesday, Nov. 25th in the
Hulina,
Miss Emma "Amy"
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m.
Grace Baptist Church with the pastor,
63,who lived in Keystone Heights, .
age at the Chapel of the Oxley- I
Rev. Donald E. Scheetz, officiating.
in
died in 'AlachUa General Hospital Hear north Florida.
Funeral Home with Rev.
Burial was in the family plot in Hope Thursdayevening., Born in
offiCiating interment
Parnell Boatwright
Theressa DeWitt
Cemetery : C.
Bessemer;Pa.,June 2,1918,she moved will be at Bello. Oxley-'
Jones the arrangements.Funeral Home was in charge of to Keystone Heights in 1969 from Heard Funeral Home Bosque is in charge.of Our stock of New and "Used"merchandise
New Castle Pa. She was a
iThe family requested in lieu of and Mrs. C.M. arrangements. '
housekeeper for Dr. is
flowers, donations may be made to Booher for over 45 Miss Hulina constantly chang-

Church the Building, P. O.fund Box of 179 the, Starke.Grace Baptist was Catholic a member Church.0 rears.St. Williams. Cardof ing Call us today for a quote.

It a if d Victor Alvarez Surviving are three brothers;
or Milton F. Hulina of New Bedford, ThanksThe
llaiford Victor Alvarez, 85, of Mass., Edward Hulina of Blawnox,
Starke passed away Tuesday, Nov. Pa., and John Hulina of LaMirada., .
24th at the Bradford County Hospital Caj; step-brother, Tony R. Hulina of 1982 Ford Escort 1982; ,Granada
following an extended illness. Mr. Bessemer, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. 'Anna family of the late sister Mable 4 Dr. 1.6 Liter Engine .
Front .
Alvarez was born in Bradford County Schneider of New Kensington Pa.; Kelly Tyson acknowledges with 4 Dr. wagon six Cyl. Engine
and was the son of the late Owen and and a step-sister, Mrs. Jessie Mortonof grateful appreciation the many kind Wheel Drive 4 Speed OverdriveAM .-Automatlc'Transmission' -. Tilt
Candace George Alvarez former Austinto'Ovn Ohio. expressions of sympathy extended to
Radio
pioneer residents of Bradford County.Mr. 5 The Christian Wake Service was them during this their hour' of Wheel speed control Luggage
Alvarez owned and'operated held at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov: 29 in the bereavement.May Rack'' AM/FM
his farm and also was employed by St. Williams Catholic Church. God bestow Pis richest bless- 31 EPA City 47 Mono Radio Lux-
the State Road Dept. until his retire- Funeral Mass was at 10 a.m. Monday, ings upon all of you. Hwy ury Wheel covers Quartz clock
ment. Mr. Alvarez was a member of Nov. 30. Father Michael Williams, StOCk NO. E3934
the Calvary Baptist! Church of Starke. pastor, officiated. Intermentwas in. -P185 'WSW Radials V.I.P.
He.is survived by his wife:: Mrs. Keystone Heights Package
Huby Alvarez Starke one .son: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in $579999
James L. Alvarez of Starke, one charge of the services. SALE,,
daughter:'. Mrs. Marie Schwabe' $899900
Winter Haven, Fl., four grandchildren + SALE
and nine great. .,. "
grandchildren '';, Stock No. G3921; (List 10.20400)
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were ,' ; F100 117"W.B.
conducted at
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Archie Tanner Funeral Home with ." ) Ranger Lariat
Rev. Jim Black. officiating Rev. ySCe 198.2 F100
Roman Alvarez\ assisting.. Burial was JoT" 302 v-8 Automatic Overdrive :117" W.B.. Knit
in' Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Archie -Power windows power' Door ,seatGauges
Tanner Funeral Home. in charge -Fuel saver Package w/ 4.9 Liter
of arrangements. '; Locks Tilt Wheel cruise Control Engine'3Speed: Transmission

? lyirs.) Lillie E,Baker AUX. Fuel Tank AM/FM stereo

'Mrs:Lillie E. Baker,93,of'Jacksonvlllc -COMPLETELY LOADED I 21 EPA 'Cily 27'
Hwy.
died Sunday night, Nov. 29th In,_ Save $300000 over.82 model!
Clay.Memorial Hospital;Green Cove Jh
Springs, following a long illness. $679500'Stock
in Lake City on July 6, 1888, nted
l\Jrs.-Baker was a member of the Baptist CrandieS 5979500
faith and had lived in the Jacksonville Wooden' NO..T3091
area for over 60 years. StOCk NO T3035
kShe'was: the sister-in-law of Mrs. the h AcCessories'for
Libia Johnson of Starke and the aunt of "
MrsHenry T. Godwin,'also of Starke. Puzzles ,
S Funeralservices were held at 3pirn '1982 Ford Exp. :, '
1 on Wednesday; Dec:. 2'at theiyesidein '
; ; Huntsville'. Cemetery, Games & Ge 13 Dr. Hatchback 11,000 1980 F100 Ranger
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I &Iry, with Rev. Walter Kinard'DeWit4gppjq ?.. Miles4 speed- Air-Tinted' 1981. Ford Granada. r''
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11.., ., Giass. :cruise control ,; .Ci'X.w.M. ; ? J+.11. '. ( '
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'I rke; "In charge : I7dod; ) "mile's133"; .W.B.
r J1gements.f 1 Puiis .. -Powei Steering & powerJ 11OS1'Mlles Dr..:" 4Cylt"-4'
302 v-8 Automatic
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';:. li. Vivian Saxon # Pins v" Brakes TRX Tires -Alum. Speed .. .Power steering ,Power steering .* Power
r" ,';Dies in Melbourne I O1MArfCR wheels AM/FM cass. -Power'' Brakes .- Luxury
Brakes Air cond '> Tinted
services for former Brad Orn t Stereo Premium Sound' Wheel' .Covers AM/FM ,
Tuneral' rswlOa
.: Class AM/FM 8 Track TU-
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f?rd County resident,' Mr. H. Vivian aments ., rand System Interior' Decor I Stereo Big car. RIDE WITH
Saxon, were held at First United Inuch.more. ':h Croup SUPER ECONOMY' ECONOMY! Tone; Paint- step'Bumper
Methodist Church in Pompano Beach r i' ,
Monday, Nov 23, at U aim: : e I CAR! $69.5

!KT ,:; died No v. 1?. In 't99S. ,
\,, e. He was 73 .. 58295
r..tS. 1tonl.served ,as. Bradford .. ,
<. ntr3dmnaissioner? in the ,1930's "

a I'trjjCounty Commissioner 1. "
i ;. ;He was a World War II
v !'i',I ','' INSULA TION. '
on ii WaS,, the. 'grandson old i980Monza: .. .
apnd4County! : resident' :tl 979..((4x4) van
I b fnjand: ;: >)h of Ben'Y.Saxon, SAVE ,THAT ENERGY 1980 FordFairmont 4'spe'ed'

1 ton Resident! l I
nclude'one son?: Ben Y.Indialantic .' ,, Station 17,000 miles Air Cond.. 4,000'miles AutomaticPower''Steering
: ;; daughter:: .. : .
.-Tinted Class Power Steer- .:- power

wagon
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Landon Heidelberg ,
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( wo nieces: Miss Sue Mor- I' 6 Cyl Auto.Trans. pow rSteering" ing Power Brakes Brakes Air cond.jTinted
r y, Kentucky; Mrs. S. G. yf i AM/FM'8'Track' -Bodyslde Moldings Class Tilt Wheel ,speed
I Starke, and four grandJiKecdyJXorman control AM/FM Radio
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-Bumper Guards AM
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c '.4 Stereo -Vinyl Seats 38,000 (New), -10x15, RWL Tires
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( IIIILI' Radio' :
: miles Tape Stripes. .
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-White
W : >' spoke Wheels. TU.Tone -
Jy Norman,98;of Lawtey'; '. $ : Paint .
(y Friday'evening, Nov.'20 .. HOME-*' QM 1 1 'RCIALfi1NDUSTRIAt *FRAME';VJOUSE 'EXTERIOR I !$4795 fj,69S' '
e folttfwinjjj an extended il- ,
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I ..R ?t C i /Norman! was born in Clan )JHIGB' RV AIUE CELLULOSEINSULATION. ',".. },:J;.:;, ..; ,, 't. l'. $7495
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.FI8ERGLAS'.BATTS vNEW, ,0ft OLD CONSTRUCTION .
( 'nd was..daughtet of thelJWstd .. '.c. ,
I : and Ludinda Manning. I (QUALITY INSTALLATION {

rj101'ian' moved to Lawtey at an Fiee.&/*tl:la ;" \jjrt' .
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Bfly' 'age where she has'residedsnce. .
; : ,. SAVE" r. .v'. ,. .. .., ..,
I { She was the widqw of.the late SAVE 1 964-6956 1' ,. > or., ,.
Clilford'Norman. Mrs Northan was a ON HEATING kON COOUNG ". '" 't'.
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member of Highland Baptist. Church ,' .. ,; '
T DEAN CASSELS, INSULATIONSTARKE ""I. .r.
Highland. ,; ,, .
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;SUrvivors include lout!sons: MrrLeonard it ;' ,,'1. it. } 1977
Norman: ,,Mr;, Lacy: : Norman,. '. 1979 Datsun l978Chey.:? .- ,Volkswagon
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King cab Rabbit-

Fred says If''; you ...44,000 miles5 speed Luv Pickup': '!2 ,Dr.. -' 53,000 miles 4
.Automatic'Transmission"
Trans. Air Cond ;v Tinted 10,000 :'miles! speed ':,Air cond. Tinted

w ,x .. l have.'the need, we' Class '. AM/FM 8 Track ; 't :'Air Conditioning Class .. ;AM Radio Tape

F have'the..tnvent'orvoo -Camper Top .. Radial Tires. Tape!-.Stripes Stripes "


'. LOOKS' LIKE NEWI .$ 95.4.4 ,$34.95

:"s '' 't i iosl's for; .
CACCi '
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F 1 y The economical, .' way",to. feed I see Clyde Ter>villegar, Byron Terwillegar orWariiey


Curtain '}Material- Adkinson..,' They will save .:you money..


ta alo green'WaterProoffor houses,, screen .$ave: with Ford Motor'Financing.
CarnationChallenge'14%, .
Eertllizer porches,.chicken houses.
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Horse Pellets
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i5peciaA' forpec ONLY Carnation.Country Cousins_ Np,,'2JElough 'Cut. .' Motor "

'I 'Fence Post. HirPro Mini'Chunk yp>r ss'tunrbelr.; >. Credit:

,. 2'ht(to:3WI 'PUPPY"'Pak", Tj).for construction .

; :,'.\ $15o'ea:'-:: ;. ,$6.60'' c t J.''X+4,4412.1418Us : ;' t .

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Bill Meng Promoted


President Of Gulf


Foundutions, Inc.

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William M. (Bill) Meng, St.
Petersburg civil engineer, has been ,
promoted to,president of Gulf Foundations
Inc., a subsidiary of Misener
Marine Construction, Inc. of St.
Petersburg Beach. Meng was

formerly Foundations.A 1967 graduate corporate. of secretary Bradford of High Gulf -----=iuffy..for more than just a ride

School Meng received his degree<<: in

civil engineering from the Universityof of Mr. Men's Carrera by Huffy Sleek styling with silver finish
Florida in 1972. He is the son .
and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hampton 9 9 8 8 Built for the ,
Lake, and is married to the former and 10 speed precision gearing system. ? '

have Betsy two Matthews children,, Dana of Starke.and MichaeL I fIJ man who demands performance 26". #26821 .. .

Gulf Foundations was created when \ .'
Misener Marine became involved in
the construction of Walt Disney World
ten years ago. .
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by Ic-Iort'l1\leng! '
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Women's Club
The Hampton Wojnen's Club will
meet tonight (Thursday, Dec. 3) at I .
the City Hall. Plans are to completethe ,'J'
work begun on the float to be
entered in the Christmas Parade in
Starke next Saturday '
Senior Citizens
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club
will hold its Christmas luncheon and
gift exchange Friday', Doc. 4, in the -
City Hall. Eating will begin at noon.
Meal is to be provided by the Club t.
with members bringing in specialties
of vegetables, salad or dessert.lIospitali1.t'd ,
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We were sorry to hear that Mrs. Ina
Horne has been confined to Alachua '.'
t' County Hospital for 10 days. Hope she "
is better nowl! F
New Arrival
Dan and Delores Hawes of ,.
'w Hawthorne announce the birth of "

.': their baby boy, Brandt Ryan, Nov. 29, _. .... .-. ..'..-
at Alachua General Hospital in
t Gainesville. ,He weighed A IDS 12 PI.. .
: and! measured 2J facnes. ,< Maternal & .. \7 r. .. .. .. to Rfal" ,
grandparents areGerald, J5r. and V { )
. Miriam Brown of Hampton, maternal V V
\ great grandmother is Martha Brownof : H
Starke, paternal great grand-
mother is Margie Monroe of East 87.88 .
Amherst, N.Y. He joins a sister,
Angela Renee Meng who is four.
Th.inksKlvintf Visitors
Mrs. Kay Carbone of Rosselle, N.J. Thundertrall
by Huffy in
arrived Nov. 10 to spend several Designed the BMX

weeks Brown.with her mother, Mrs. Belle tradition. Racing style saddle, single speed '. Ii: I;:. ,

Aunt Thanksgiving Belle were weekend her visitors son and of a 1 with coaster brake. Smooth 'n sleek blue '.; I;: IIO'+/ ;, ;;il..': n
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daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- : .I.tfj'h '1111 sfinish -
don Weest of Miami. Her grandson, with 20x13/an stagger black tires. ', ... in/rl': ; ii"1. .
Billy Weest and his son, Bobby, of \ #20321 'J ,< > mil .lii i In i n
Homestead, also granddaughters and "y/i .ir ,11:} MtmU! t>lln ,
families, Mr and Mrs. J. W Cherepy, < dbl't) u maun
Steven and Karen, of Atlanta, Ga., I' 'i>I' III/ !) >trrli9! .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walter, John and .M 10 /i.jlwn, 19 l bin
Neal of Atlanta. "17 t.l I Ir
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Other n 'i, mil! mlI b9.q 1
visitors over the weekendwere
Mr and Mrs. Thomas of : .),l7cd
Topliffe .
ile burn'turlliJ
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Jacksonville, Mr Foster Taylor of 11.\I /. II .,,'n')', iS:! 1i 1
High Springs, Miss Jessie Mae Bran- ,
MU 87' ,
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non of Bartow, and Mr. and Mrs. .
i I' ,Kill ii! ll M//h Ift'llf
Raleigh Brannen of Bedford Lake.
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adkins spent _ .. "r 01 I)f!'Clflfl, Iirxlulerit lI'Mfffl 'NI.
Thanksgiving Day with their .

daughter Emory' Prevatt and "family, Sr of, Mr.Starke.and Mrs.Also ..:' Sweet Thunder by Huffy Motocross& styling r;. ;i;.1.':,O: ,d f'ri/s' ( T> ,

Prevatt visiting were Jr. and Mr.Emory and,Mrs III. Mr Emory and I ; ,that keeps her rolling! Lolipopplnk: and '''ill! 'J'j'. 1

Mrs. Walter Prevatt of Bradentonalso ) .:;'arqtic white with MX and
spent Thanksgiving at home. , A. saddle exclusive ." ,

visited Mrs. Mr.Mavis and Waters Mrs Gerald of Ft Adkins Pierce > :.i }',Y' graphics. For the III' gal on the. go! #2Q431 '>'

on Saturday. V.V. t, .. j, V : l; I' ',,A ,t' V
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Among those visiting the Paul
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Meng family over the Thanksgiving .
weekend were Carlton and Angela I '!.
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Meng of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs
,I Theron Hunter, Adam and Hence of
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J Keystone Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ..J VVA

Meng, Dana and Michael of St. ; .? ... ,
Petersburg, Mr.and Mrs. David Wan- ; : : .;i '
ner and Jeffrey of Orlando and Mike l.
11 of Palatka. 6'5' 88 '"
eng : :. :
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On Saturday' the children of Paul ,
and Ruth Meng hosted a party for ., {, .
their parents in celebration of their :
35th'wedding anniversary which secured Micro Pro by Huffy Who says the big guys "
Nov.
on 11. .
t Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Knox Felicia have all the fun? The hottest bike on the :
and Christopher of Fayeltcvijle) Ga., ,
spent the weekend with her parents sidewalk! Safety front cushioned .' ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins. Mr. ,

and Mrs.joined Joe them Oliver for dinner.of KeYltoneHeights handlebar blue finish and blue' tires. .: ; ,,;,:.:.' r '. II'

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A Faculty and students were happy t to .FAMILY /
Ad '
a hear of the safe arrival of Adam Drew .Good :.thruDecember : .
Stevenson. He was born' Nov. 12 at 1 ..
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Alachua General Hospital,weighing CENTERS .,, '" '6, 7,198,1; ; .:.:. ,
Ibs. parehtaare'Warrerand oz.and measuring 21 Inches. ... ... ,, :. ,: ,
His .
; Carole
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TO&Ma
pobtyr/t.ilways Nava .
t Stevenswv.', ..Starke.t Since" I!Mrs. 1hSaWNQafGN may 1M.WKhas WvareNe dIi m.NN marChandunadaeuato pKewhMA bacomaaavarlabla luppty m, ou 0' abyss M the want m.act..ttJNd TavChands. .is not avad.ti., duilouneonaan,.._..TO&v..,II...uwd.a Rncnaeau' : ; f'f '.1 I
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Steve 8Ot1.has1 been,'Ihe'7th grade ro&.y 10 lie prICed you may purchaseim/a.4uahty m.rchandse alaamdarprKNratluchon'haiI Policy o.TOIY wo h .q.I NMaNtihai
COfIIpeh".ly in the market Ray' War Sao P'ces"Y .... ... 10'" III"J ye a .happy "
vary maraat by maitah Cut MN YOU'aNet4wa a '
pKa atwaya be as ect.Wd a NM
Wa
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teacher for many years, everyone reJoined uH atiaMrtArP aYNMMd. *' be 1Ia"0 rNund soot money If"0",anWI ... II '
at the good news.. ., are aQ1 --3"O"1 STORe 'Mon.-Wed. 9-8 "
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o arner Season Ends Saturday at Timiiciia :ClassicThe :;



Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner Shortly afterwards the Cowboy of-
'" teams enjoyed bowl game success fense went back on the move with
r; with a 2-game sweep last weekend Wiggins directing the attack from his
and hope to do the same this weekend quarterback post and calling 80 per
The Cowboy Midgets and Pee Wees cent of the plays. He called a counter
were the teams that scored victories right and the offensive line of center
E last week the Midgets edging Fer- Dale Brown, guards Mike Anders and
: nandina Beach's Packers 18-13 to ex- Rod Mosley, tackles David Shine and
tend their overall mark to 10-1 and the John Berry, and tight ends Darren l
Pee Wees closing out an up-and-down Patterson and Chris Farmer escorted
:: 5-5 year on a high note with a 25-0 Seeley in for a 55 yard score to makeit
blanking of Normandy Lions in 19-0 after three periods. '

:: the Jacksonville Blue Bowl Sunday With the defense still holding the (' Ii c'y ": /N1PrF pMw
: afternoon. ( ,, 'i :,9.
hosts the Cowboys added an in- +

g This Saturday Dec. 5 the Midgets surance score in the late going all
:: and the Mitey Mites, who are 9-1 for Strong busted loose for a 45 yard
the year,'take part in the Timucua score on a trap play to make the- final
Conference's Classic in Green Cove count 250.
: Springs playing the day's first 2 The game, the Pee Wees best defen-
= back-to-back. sive effort of the season left Head
games League champions -
1 of the local TimucuaCon Coach Vernon Barber and assistants
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: ference take on representatives of George Seeley and Pat Glover with

: Central Fla. association, with a couple a renewed pride In their Pee Wee team .....- .w..'--....-.n,.-"'"" .....".,.........,.....---..... ..--.......................,.,...,. ......."....._-_.' """ ""- ..,- ........... '(j\l-1\
: of Jacksonville teams also and their determination to overcomethe Bradford Cowboy Mitey Mites...

z entered: ,The Mitey Mites face ar- left ups them and winners downs in of the season that These are the Bradford Cowboy Mitey Mites, who fashioned an undefeatedand 2nd row I. to r.. Shawn Nichols. Donald Hill. IhiiHo "'illiauss, ('Iar.'n,'.'

chrival Orange Park, who they have 'Great to boys every!"way.was their unscored on regular season and are K-l overall heading Into the Timucua Williams Darrcll (.nann, Hobble ."adl((''', Travis Lixmcy., 'Mathew TrtiUor,
split games with, at 9:15: a.m. after sentiment.way go Conference Classic Bowl Game against Orange Park Saturday Dec 5. Reggie Sheffield Gerald Kradham. lion Zurluh. ,Andy (.IHido iis. Horace K: l-

; the opening ceremonies at 9:00.: The They are, front row, left to right: Timmy Taylor, Jamie Bowen, Wesley mond. Craig Slocum. lance Wiggins. Scott loNII'", Doiialil lti tu>rlx. Gull
Cowboy Midgets then face the Orlando Hampton, Bo llersry, Martin Slocum.
While, Bernard Perkins, (kneeling) mascot Stefan Nichols Chris Noegel
Memorial' Midgets at 1045.; Midgets 18Fernandina Jimmy CTtilders. (kneeling) mascot Scoobie Padgett. Wl'sleyIoody! Kicky :3rd ro\\l'oal'hl'NI.to r.. Sonny Tra.tlor. Handy Howell \\'lIIh''rllht, Nick

All the games Saturday will be at 13. Whittaker Chuck !Morrow, Doris Hill. Adam Mosley. Nichols, and Ronnie Padgett.

the new Clay High field located on the The Cowboy Midgets, unbeaten in -
right side of SR-16 before you get into conference and bowl play up to this
: Green Cove. Admission will be $2.50 point, had to rally from behind in the for a first down on a 4th-and-3 play iEP'STAKts\
for adults $1 for children. closing minutes at Fernandina's that kept the winning march alive. Ocean SprayCranberry

M In other games on tap: at 12:45 the Shrimp Bowl Saturday as Bradford Fernandma had jumped on top ear Sauce
Bel-Med Jr. Pee Wees host Apopka; turnovers and plenty of flags by the ly with a first period TO. "They just 4c4 No. 284 Stirkt Hwy 100 No. 299 Keystone
: at 2:30 the Orange Park Falcon Jr. officials helped the Pirates of Fernan- rammed it down our throats," /e/ 6-12 MODUS 6 12 *
: Midgets take on Winter Park; at 4:15 dina stay in the ballgame. Thomas said. But the Cowboys 49C Ea.
: the Arlington Pee Wees of Jackson- Cowboy coach wasn't pleased with answered with a 74 yard burst by $
ville face Apopka; at 6:00 Arlington's his team s performance"we didn't Bellamy (that locked the game into a
: Jr. Midgets go against Winter come to play" he said. but he was at 6-6 tie. Thomas "chewed them out Cigarettes Jaques BonnetChampagne
; Garden; and at 7:45 the unbeaten least pleased with the outcome as his pretty good" at halftime and as he put
M: Middleburg Pee Wees will be Timucua Conference champions went it "they came out to play." Dawn 549
challenged by Eustis. to a shotgun offense and drove On the 1st play from scrimmage
downfield in the last 3 minutes for a 4 after' the second halt kickoff Dish Detergent 2"
Pee Wees 25Normandy yard TD run by Charley Pelham that linebacker Aaron Mathews picked ott Carton BU.
won'the game.Fernandina. a Packer pass and returned it 16 119 ice Cream
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; The Bradford Cowboys were the 3:27: to go on a TD that made it 1312. Pelham that put the Cowboys ahead Sandwich .
guests of the Normandy Lions In the The Cowboys came fighting back with 126. .. "
: Blue Bowl last Sunday but it was the Pelham, who had 123 yards rushing to Mathews ended with 15 total tackles Fresh.
A Pee Wees, who went into the game go along with Robert Bellamy's 131, to lead the team while Keith Gill- SOrlJ9R6 5C Ea Coffee
z with high anticipation making fighting off a backfield tackle to twist ingham had !9 and Lonnie Hamilton 8.
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t: The 'second quarter showed little 9:15Orange Park vs. Starke, Mitey Mites Sav-A-Tape SweepstakesPrices

w:: more than restless Lions but the 10:45-: Orlando Memorial vs. Starke, Midgets
; Cowboy defense, 'led by of Malachi 12:45- Apopka vs. Bel-Med, Jr. Pee Wees qocd at Jr. Food Stores in Starke, Ke stone Hgts., & Waldo

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Shine, Ron. Thomas, Greg Wiggins,
: and Mike Anders proved more than 4: Apopka vs. Arlington, Pee Wees -
w: 'the Lions could handle. 6:00Winter Garden Vs. Arlington, Jr Midgets

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i Come one, come all to the third annual They also have some'great and in- December 5. Wouldn't it be nice to a;
l Holiday' Arts and Crafts expensive stocking stutters for young have your name drawn and a plump r
: Festival! and old alike. Boxed juvenile birthday 16-20 pound turkey ready and wailing
: The craft sale and art competition, cards and Kliban Cat banks are just a for your holiday table.
few of the unusual items on the
Lake Butler
sponsored by the
Woman's Club and Fortune Federal Woman's club Ways and Means table The children's art competition will
: Savings and Loan Association,will be Of course, the crafts in the be judged between 9 and 10 a.m. Dec.
I eld this Saturday <<>) from 9i.m. Woman's Club Whimsies are the show 5. Kindergarten thru 12th grade "
i to 5 at the Lakeside Com- stoppers. The women have worked all students are allowed to enter The
p.m.
nunity Center in Lake Buller. fall on these fine handmade goods. rules have been published and are A ,
There are always clever tree trim- still available from Fortune Federal
One of the highlights of the Festivals
I mers, stuffed Christmas ornaments, Savings and Loan Association
on
the children's cache, a shoppingrea :;
designed with the young shoppern centerpieces, beautiful stockings and Main Street'in Lake Butler Fortune i +7'T E i I,
mind. Here children 12yearsoldnd "a host of other handmade items Federal co-sponsors the art competi-
This year several new items have tion and provides the ribbons and I -
under can shop with the help ofonnan's Ui I I'
been added such as casserole carriers cash awards.
Club members for that
and lots of new refrigerator magnets. I, ,/ ':
>erfecl gift for mom dad, grandmand Please try and attend ,
your community -
brother and
istcr.grandpa or maybe The Woman's Club is once again Holiday Festival! If you are
planning to hold a drawing for five cralty, rent a table from (lie.Woman's
Parents arc not permitted in the
The Rye Club. Reservations be made
large turkeys. winning can by
lMldnnu eaHie-und gifts are
names will be picked at 4 p.m. on the calling Harriett M.lines at 4)6.J978! : !
children of
rapped for the free
day of the Festival. during the day and 4M! >-2201 evenings.All .
burge. Tickets are available for a $t donation proceeds will be used by the that let the
Gifts arc modestly starting Office
priced from any club member. They will Woman's Club for the restoration ot you Shop '
I 25 cents. If child has several
you also be available at the door on the old Union County Court house. .
ames on his shopping list, write
hem1 down for him together with just -- \ fill your Christmas list.
ow much he has to spend so Santa's
Ives can be of help to your little shop-
cr. Select from Hallmark
Another feature of.the Festival will
c the Christmas' Country Kitchen
.I here there will be all kinds of Cards and Gifts.
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......... oodies for sale Pies, cakes, cookies
.,....i upcakcs arid moretwill: all be 0 q
-. available'You may buy a'singlo slice ,
of cake to eat with A delicious cup of
!:I hot spice tea 'or just buy the whole
.:. cake to lake home for dessert. Reduction
:-:: In addition to hot spice tea. club I Precious Moments Figurines
1 members will also have cold soft .
::: drinks and delicious hot dogs.
Books for
:-:::: Whether you lake )"ourclner; plainor Children by Dr. Seuss, ,
smothered in saurkraut, relish and / '
other garnishes the price will be just Strawberry Shortcake & Others
5 50 for a great quick (lunch for<<; you and Aa

your children. Gifts: for
--. Tables will be available to just sit Baby
:...:..:..:. and rat and relax'in between viewingthe \ '

great home-crafted bargains. it'e.. CandiesWooden
The Wonderful World of Ways and a
;;, Means will be also have a lovely e
: Accessories for
.... display of beautifully boxed gifts for the homer

I the hard-lo-buy-for person on your (r ; '
list. 0 0 Puzzles Games Gag Gifts
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-, :0 '!," Stockings
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j Listed on the A-B Honor Roll for(he :.E---\\e & Children' Christmas
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First grade Sandra Avilcet, Q Purses

II Stephanie Cardin. Cynthia Casncr. 1 I e1tl 1i OFFICE
Angelina Crews, Kelly Cribbs, Tahra I II I I Pins
I Francis. Danlelle ller'sey. Beth Ken. r
nan Sarah Underwood and Crystal SHOPHOW. .
i Wilson.Second grade' ',' Scott n ( i .1)) Ornaments
Branham Jessica "Fisher.Joey Hall a aIs Call ,
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and Darlene Rush. Third grade ,
..Melissa Byrdj A'K' >ee> Hodges. 'Amy Starke9645,742J' <" !''i- .
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Fourth grad Davis RhonHI "Esteif. Sharon' God I -
... Unusual 'and Reasonable
win Mary Hill Misty Koehler and .
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Thomas. Fifth grade Tracy : 1 l'k: :'Y <> :ri i id'Stocking Staffers
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PAT MUNDORFF of Starkegot a spike at the Raiford Tract opening U ..
weekend. \L....

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status report on the start of the levels in the sink adjoining Lake
1981-82 general hunting season will be lamonia in Leon County
given to the five-member Game and The Fisheries division will also
Fresh Water Fish Commission whenit discuss the status of water levels in

meets in Orange Park. on Friday. Dead Lakes, located in Gulf and
Dec. 4. Calhoun counties and fisheries
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Presenting the report will be management plan to be presented to
representatives of the Division of the Dead Lakes Water Authority.
Wildlife, who have been monitoring Another matter to be considered by
hunting activity throughout Florida the Commission will be a' request $11.98
since the general season began Nov. from Putnam County authorities to
t arra 14. Staff members will also discuss establish fish refuges in selected '
results of pre-season special hunts on areas of the St. Johns River. Portionsof 2304-24% Lead Crystal Hand MadeCovered ." '
Dish. 7" in length. I !/
Butter
the state's wildlife
managementareas. Lakes George and Crescent, Salt .
Springs Run, Silver Glen Springs Run In height. :
The meeting of the Commission will' and Mud Creek will be closed to 1
be at 'the Best. Western Motel, 300 fishing during the bass spawningseason ,
Park Ave., beginning at 9 a.m. The. if the Putnam County recom- Q. These two Gainesville water color artists sketch a familiar subject which meeting is mendations are adopted. 0 'l\llo: -:.\: \\
they figure will turn spectators into buyers at the Arts & Crafts Show at The five Commissioners will also The meeting of the Commission will .\Il' \);\'it "
St.Mark's Episcopal Church this Saturday Dec. 5. \ consider items to be Included on the be preceded by a meeting with ,, 'it\:;)
Alice Murphree of ( Gainesville left and Beth Bloodsworth of Hawthorne agenda for public regulation members of the administrative and ....\\'ill \i: .
were caught Tuesday. Dec. I. In front of Koch's Drug Store as they made sket- meetings to be held throughout the field staff on Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. in the \\ :... ll'lt, ..,'/oll
ches. Both are planning to do ink drawings and then wash the drawings with state from Jan. 3 to Feb. 3. Such conference room and is open to the h"tyc'i,0. .V\\\
water colors. meetings are held to receive input public. '6rt.r.. n
from the public relating to wildlife Members of the Commission are \\
Art Festival At St. Marks Dec. 5 and freshwater fish resources. Chairman Thomas L. Hires, Sr. of ,
Also to be discussed at the Commission Tampa, Dr. Tom Rainey of Miami,
meeting will be a report from the William G. Bostick of Winter Haven,
Fifty-seven artists and craftsmenwill Concessions will also be available, Division of Fisheries on a study con Cecil C. Bailey of Jacksonville and W.
display and sell their wares at the with a special lunch in the parish ducted with the Northwest Florida D. "Don" Baxter of Marianna. '
day-long Winter-Holiday Arts and house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch includes Water Management District on water t
Crafts Festival Saturday (Dec. 5)) chili or soup' crackers and cof-
beginning at 9 a.m. at St. Marks fee or tea for just $1.50.. Sandwiches, Blanding, Osceola Hunt CountWith
Episcopal Church grounds located hotdogs, popcorn soft drinks and
between Church Jackson and Water desserts will be sold separately.Live the quota permit hunts'overmore til Jan. 7, the reserve will be open for
Streets in Starke. entertainment will be and more hunters flooded the general hunting.At .
Exhibits will include everything presented throughout the day by the local hunt areas, especially Standing, Osceola hunting pressure has
from oil painting, watercolors, Bradford High Chorus' the last week in search of trophy. bucks been only average but the success
acrylics and photography to pottery Gainesville Civic Ballet Children's and other game rate for the hunters working those
basketry, macrame woodcraft andstained Ensemble the acrobatic Students of 6,534 hunters were counted at Blan- grounds has been good according. to "
glass. Of special note, will be Jean Reid and Guitarist-Vocalist Bill ding for: the week of Nov. 2329. They; artist Tony RyalSjaquadriplegteAvilrW f McRae. .t -The numbers through Sunday, Nov .a, ,,,,, { N4'. I ':' 'If,1 19ldyus
limited use of his arms and legsandwho The women of St. Marks will have a whopping 366 squirrels., 22, are; 6,350 hunters,187 bucks,: 91 .
paints and docs artwork by bazaar booth featuring high-quality Blanding will now be closed until does. (in the special season archery 39 ..Sllv plated. & Crystal Double 1
holding the instrument in his teeth. handcrafted items. Dec. 7' when it opens for' week of ..J and muzzle-loader hunts), '28 hogs, Prt'sf'rvf'lade! In Fuglaudlncludes d
turkey only hunting. After Dec. 14,un and 9 bears. Two Silverplated l.ndleM. 7V in Isi
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family. their daughter Pam, Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs were Thanksgiving dinner Harper of Starke.
I Miss Debbie Scott Mr. Bobby Bobby Daley, Mrs. Maines Griffis and guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of
Newsby Padgett, of Clay Hill and Mrs. Kathy children, Mrs. Donny Griffis and Arlie Dobbs. Maxville and their son In-law and
Rowe and son; Jonathan of Starke children of Palatka, Mrs. Robert Mrs. Wayne Hardee and childrenwere daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martinof
were Thanksgiving supper guests of Smith and her girls and Mrs. Cindy Thanksgiving guests of her Daytona, Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Elizabeth Terry Members attending were, Mr. and their parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Ray. White of Crystal Lake, Mrs. Barbara parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter of Shuford and son, Mr. and Mrs. Greg
Phone 782-3300 Mrs. Edward Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Rosier. Whaley and her daughter Midi came Clay Hill.Henry Morgan and daughters were Than-
Dennis' Roberts and Shawna, of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and in the afternoon.Mrs. Hodges and sons Mark and sgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
PERSONALS: Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberts family and Miss Carolyn Strickland of John C. Tye, Sr. spent the Hank attended the stock car races in Glenn Shuford and Nancy. Mr. and
: Mrs. O.J. Anders and her grand- and family Dusty Roberts, Mrs: Black Mountain, N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving holiday with her son-in- fake City on Saturday night. Mrs. Higginbotham spent a few days
daughter, Miss' Cheri Redgrave of Marie Wilson and her daughters, Riley Sweat, Jr., and family, Mr. and law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tammy Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee visited here at their mobile home.
Houston'Texas were-Thanksgiving. Debra, Rhonda,otMiami Mrs Jerry .Mrs. John ,Morgan and ,. .. Talley family in Jacksonville. their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Starling and
dinner'. guests' of;her !I n", Rondez and her daughter. Mrs,fylona ".and Mrs. Edward Green and family:'!' John,Tye, .Ir.:.'and t family joined them'forttllnner ,.. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant in Callahan. family of Jacksonville,' Mr. 1i'" Med 'Mr 9o:"-wtapiptughter h, Johns, of Lake Butler ana sons Trey Errvetv mrt "W' .odar'tt''"'Weyer, .. ,1. Barbai'aAChamtietlain,; \, ."on Monday. "" }
Anders and then1 sons and daughters\. Logan, and Ricky Rondez of Lake Thanksgiving,dinner" guests''of their" Jtm and 1j Mr/and Mrs. Steve Shackleford and were Thanksgiving dinner'guests''of
of Palatka. Butler, Felice and Dennis, of Miami. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green. hosted a family reunion for son Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Peacockand their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Miss Elizabeth Terry and her Charles White of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. .,,The Futch's were with them Thurs Thanksgiving. Members attending daughters Leslie and Christie of Starling. and family
sister, Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Marcus Norman apd; daughters' day until Sunday. were' their three daughters Laura Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Franny Dillon of Lake Butler was! a
Gainesville were Monday overnight Sherri, Melissa and Darlene. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Futch and Chamberlain Lee and Bruce Hart- Shackleford and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Saturday overnight guest of Melissa
guests of her sister Mrs. Strickland Wayne Norman and children Ronnie family and Miss Carolyn Strickland, man and Cece and Ron Brannen and Kelly and sons Justin and Brannon, of Starling.
in Gainesville. She returned home on and Alicia, Mr. Daniel Norman and and Miss Elizabeth Terry and Mr. infant son. Driving in from Jackson- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crouse and Miss
Wednesday at noon. friends Mr. and Mrs. Gene Turner, and Mrs. Pearl Pack, and daughters, ville were Mr. and Mrs. Willis Kelly, Mrs.. Tracy Torode of Starke Haly (an exchange student from
<. Sgt. and Mrs. M. D. Crapse;Jr., of and Mrs. Thompson of Arcadia.Mr. and Miss Cynthia Mcintyre, were Chamberlain and Ida Sebastian, M,'. were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Finland) of Lima, Ohio were
Hinesville, Ga. were guests of their and Mrs. Gene Turner of Miami Thanksgiving supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Dunn and Bill Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. Tracy Thanksgiving dinner guests of their
parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- and Mrs. Terry Futch and sons of Dominy. Jerry Chamberlain came in spent the long weekend with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
and Mr.?and Mrs. M. D. Crapse, Sr.. ward Roberts, they remained for the Jacksonville : Beach. 'rom Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly Mrs. Bill Crouse and family and !Mr
Wednesday until Friday. cookout on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones hosted a Richard Walker and daughters Kim while her husband is on a hunting trip and Mrs. Carl McKinley and son were
t Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts hada family reunion for Thanksgiving. and Kelly of Hilliard. Not able to attend in South Carolina. also there for dinner.
Thanksgiving dinner guests of their cookout on Saturday for their family Members who were present were Mr. were Ron and Cheryl Elder Frank Elleker of Hollywood Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Steve and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson and family, Chamberlain and Jamie, of Alabama, Fl. spent the long weekend with ElderA. family of Bryceville Mr. Lucian
Mrs.:. Larry Norman, daughter Rhon- Crews bf Starke were with then*. ",.> Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson, as they are awaiting the arrival of E. Massey. Prevatt of Gainesville, were
da, and. their mother, Mrs. Ola Starl- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cam and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weber of Jackson- their second child. Jim and Barbaraare Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt hosted a Thanksgiving dinner guests of their
family were visitors of Mr..and Mrs. /ille, Mr. and Mrs; Earl Wilkerson back from 2 1/2 years in Japan family reunion for Thanksgiving.Those parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starl-
r I Mr and,Mrs. Pat Henry and Mr.. Tom Tatum, Jr. for refreshments on ind family, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wilker- and busy. remodeling the Raulerson present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifton ing. Miss Brenda Prevatt of
and Mrsi Lonnie Teston were Thanksgiving evening. ,son and family, Mrs. Madelyn Riffle. house Prevatt and family Mrs. Virginia Tallahassee spent Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving dinner ,guests of their' Mr and Mrs. Richard Carrawayand ,and granddaughter of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal were Brice and children, and Mrs. Genell afternoon with her grandparents also.
son-in-law and daughter, Mr andMrs. son, Casun and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lauderdale, Mrs. Pat Jones and son Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. Underwood and son, Michael.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Steele were
Charlie Mosley of Highland. .Rosier were Thanksgiving dinner Donnie also of Fort Lauderdale, and and Mrs. Robert Dyal in Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. Truman Norman Thanksgiving dinner guests of their
i Mrs. Beulah Norman hosted a family guests of their son and daughterinlaw Mrs. Ethel Hardee of Starke. Ernest Hewitt and her son were Thanksgiving dinner guests of son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
reunion for ,Thanksgiving: Mr. and Mrs David Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch and familyof Jerry, of Tallahassee were their son and dau ter-in-Iaw, Mr. Mrs. Lester Walker and family.
.1 -Y"*L" Alachua, and Miss Lynn Whaley of Thanksgiving dinner guests of her and Mrs. Reggie Norman' of Mr and Mrs. Harold Eunice and
.? Starke were Thanksgiving dinner parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Arlie Dobbs. Ichtucknee Springs.Mrs. their granddaughter Regina were
\ guests of Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. They went home Friday. Carl Prevail Sr., was a Thanksgiving dinner guests of their
I Pa'IItf. Nellie Wilkinson Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Thanksgiving dinner guest of her son- son and dau hter.ln-Iaw, Mr. and

gdar: front; j/g.In ::1.+\ ; Mr. and. Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil in-law. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Lake City.

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radar that is not there- until it's' too. 'highway patrolman. He simply does ...
not fit their mold. : TH8
late.The .. +
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instead of the X-Band used by technical aspects of the new radar
the MV-17 units. According to Wof- and his Job one quickly knows that A E LrA.iuioIw: 41$
ford, this radar band is not detectedby Wofford won't be out-smarted. He rat .
the majority of the radar detectors ties off the various case law that are.ew. .
except for the most- expensive established radar as a legal method of ...rrI PALMETT04NIQHTINQALE STREETS KEYSTONE HTS. 473-40O6
models.. : detection, or laws challenging tuning
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that motorists in this area tend to easily as the average person: might
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stick closer to the posted speed
drivers In the South-Florida area he tended Auburn University for three HE FREEZE ON HIGH Ole>
transferred from. "Down there, they years, and was an infielder on their
baseball team there. ENERGY COST WITH 0 b
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II News Briefs--....,.,..,................I officer disorderly intoxication, driving November, both inmates were con Dept. received information that the Bond i for:,Bryan was Let at .JP6e

which license suspended, and victed of murder. truck and/or parts were in the Brad- was released on a surety bond

leaving the scene of an accident with ford County area. Investigation ding to Sheriff Polph .

FSP Inmate sion of a weapon by. a state prisoner in injuries, according to Trooper R. E. King, 27, while serving time in the revealed Bryan had in his possession ,,
Union County. Williams. 1 Tarpon Springs Community Correc- a transmission which belonged to the RI

I Stabbed to DeathThe Watson serving a life sentence tional Center broke into the home of a stolen pickup. ". .

Thanksgiving Holiday at plus 10 years for first degree murder Inmate Escapes elderly woman, beat her stabbed her, .
abused her and then set fire tlj1-. .
sexually
Florida State Prison was not exactly and robbery in Dade County, plus five ..!
for aggravated battery and Lawtey Correctional to her house. '
years
peaceful this year as one inmate was .
stabbed to death during the after- possession of a weapon by'' a state. William J. Keel escaped Tues.:,. Servicemen I I
-I noon. prisoner. Nov. 22, from Lawtey Correctional Institution Ford 28, sentenced for first degree
Dedmon was serving 114 years for murder from Broward ,Co. was convicted
Charles Benjamin Dedmon, 29,was according to SuperintendentJames
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stabbed six times in the chest, twice attempted first degree murder and T. Wainwrlght. of attempting to rob a Completion of this course qualifies

in the back, and had cuts on his hands posession of a firearm by a convicted Keel, whose family Is from Lake City restaurant In Ft. Lauderdale, Pvt. Frazier Bans and the soldier as a light-weapons infjn-
felon in Duval County plus two shooting a police officer during the at- Pvt. Frazier Bass, son of Mr.
years
with two of his fingers almost area, is serving 10 years on a rob- tryman and as an indirect rIpe
Starke
Bass Jr. of
for and of tempt. Mrs. Cornelious .
attempted robbery battery
severed, when he was found about bery charge from Polk County. Unit crewman. 5
Station
I a law enforcement officer in Union has completed One
There leads "'
2:30: Dedmond was pronounced are no as to' his
p.m. The total death at this timeis Training (OSUT) at the U. S. Army
dead fifteen minutes later. County. whereabouts at this time. on row Soldiers were (taught to perform
Dedmon, a white inmate, had been Woman Arrested 167 inmates. There has been no ex Infantry School, Fort Benning Ga. any of the duties in a rifle or mortar
"catwalk" theprison's ecution since May, 1979, when John The (training included weapons squad. 5
on
walking along a
Following Wreck 2 Executions Spenkelink was executed at FSP. qualifications, squad tactics, patrolling -
when
-I U-wing housing area landmine warfare, field com Bass is a 1980 graduate of Bradford'
_ two black inmates apparently forced Glenda S. Hewett 21, 318 N. Clark, Scheduled For Tues. municatlons, and combat operations. High School i
_ him into a cell and attacked him. The Starke; was north bound at a high rate Man ArrestedFor ......!IIIIIIIo.... .J
weapons found included a seven-inch of speed Dec. 2. when her vehicle left As of press time for the Telegraphthe -"

_ metal blade and a soup ladle, both the roadway and struck a pine tree In execution of two death row in- Grand Theft
sharpened. the western most ditch. Hewett then mates at Florida State Prison was .

_ Charged in the stabbing is Willie allegedly left the scene. still scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 8 at Michael Stephen Bryan, 26, Box 854,

_ s Ward 25, and William V. Watson, 29, Rescue 60 responded to the accidentcall 7 a.m., according to SuperintendentC. Starke, was arrested Nov. 27, and ;o(,,

_ both inmates at FSP, according to at approximately 2:23: a.m. G. Strickland, Jr. charged with grand theft. :..'
Superintendent C. G. Strickland Jr. Damage to the 1973 Ford pickup involved 7 '.
__ ___ Ward is serving a 45-year prison was $700. Governor Bob Graham signed the In August. 1981( a pickup truck was :

_ sentence for robbery, possession of a Hewett was placed in the Bradford death warrants for Amos Lee King stolen from E. I. Dupont in Clay Co. Fine ;

I fire-arm during a burglary in Duval County Jail, charged with resisting Jr. and Alvin Bernard Ford in early Last week Bradford Co. Sheriff'sYARD of .

County, plus six months for posses- arrest' with violence,_ battery of law "
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HELP WANTED FOR RENT FOR SALE PERSONAL SALE recliners, swivel rockers ...... I

Old Texaco Station "
SERVICES
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$180 At PER ham.WEEK PART-TIME W.b.t.r.America' TVFIWRITTIRS AND ADDING '197 speed FORD transmission COURIER 2300 3 VARO.SALEi Saturday Dec.S. Temple Ave., Starke \i t I

foremost dictionary MACHINES FOR 4 radial tires, CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES toys clothes misc. 1055 ., ',
needs RENT Union County Times, Engine. new Fr. estimates. Local S Lake Ave., across from uIomen
company 85 SW 2nd Av., Lake topper fully carpeted bed distributes for completely school.
high Sherrl WiI.on.Itchg .
home workers to update ATTENTIONStarke
AM-FM stereo, ca..tt.play.r.
Butler. We 01.0 repair of- washable nationally 12/3. .
local mailing lists. All lie. machine*. Phon. Phone 4962679. advertised Gardsette YARD SALE lake Butler ResidentsYou ?/ lenteeie .
ages experience unnecessary. TFN 11/12. ,
496-2261 for more information. Draperies. SAW Enterprise behind .
Call Spires store, Saturday
INTERNATIONAL .
TFN 10/1. 197 FARMAll *. Ed or loma Dec. 5, 9 a.m. until 4 can earn up to $400
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Ext. 6005.
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1.716.845.5670. FI40 Excellent
Itpd 12/3. MOBILI HOME 2 bedroom. condition planter: harrows Stephen. 4962219. p.m. Games toys clothes, per week In your spar / TQepzodttctive :::

I bath furnished. No kid. all equipment. Call 5/1/80TFN. odds and ends. Itchg 12/3. time. For more informationon 800 LOMAX STREET, JACKSONVILLE ((904)) 354-2817 '
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no pets. On Larg. lot. AI.o CUSTOM COMBINE WORK how oddltlonal .::
REAL can earn
4962784. Itpd 12/3. Usher 496.2126 3 FAMILY GARAGE SAUl you .
mobile home lot for rent. Call Joe or
ESTATE Phon. 4962308. TFN 111 CJ-7 REGEGADE For 496-2903. TFN 820.I TV, swing, >, ''sc. 3 miles NE Income, call9e443f5 e ABORTION TO 14 WEEKS '''1
11/19. sale or trade 6 cyl., 4 I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP on 121, Jessie Thomas. .

LOOKING FOR a special 10 ACRES FOR RENTS 2U speed power brakes and YOUR CHILD In my home Saturday: Hchg 12/3. 12/3 3tehg IJ/IO OUTPATIENT TUBAL LIGATION .1

piece, ot property If I ocr. wooded, good farm steering tilt steering while you work or 1 r> t
don't have it. 1'lIlind It-Just land. N.w River Area. wheel and much more. Christmas shop. CLASSIFIED AD A NON-PROFIT QUALITY HEALTH CARE CENTER SINCE 1973 '. .
Phone 496-2955. 12/3.
Itpd
ask JANE S. USHER Phone 378-1321 daytime Reasonable rates, call Mike McNabb
REALTOR 496.2126 or after 5 p.m. phone PINECONE' CHRISTMAS 496.3731 and ask 'for Deadline for a classifiedad
496 2903. eves.. "Your 473-4038. lou Brown. 4tchg TREES 2 to 3 feet tall alldlll.r.nl. Karen. 3tchg 11/26 12/3 Roof RepairsSky is TUESDAY NOON .

Union County Realtor tfn 11/1211/19111'2612/3. reasonably priced 121 12/10. Lights Installed preceding Thursday Royal Scott .
selection.
3 26.tOR 2 BEDROOM APT. FOR good DOROTHY'S THIS AND THAT I
from horse Gutters Installed & before publication.
All YOU REAL ESTATE LEASE Phone 496.3623 across ar.na.hI SHOP located in War-
NEEDSCall: Venera Brown after 6p.m. Itpd 12/3. double wide house thlngton Springs on C 18. Mobile Home Roofs Minimum charge $2.50 I
trailer, on right. Gayle (Cover 15 Words) ,
4963022. Sandy Haz.n Christmas birthday and Repaired
496.3994 eves or G.rrILen. IN TOWN: 2 bedroom home. Bishop. Itchg 12/3. anniversary gifts. Some Aluminum Roof Coating Each word over 15 is 10 ATTENTION ...i
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non 4963140. Tiffin and Jane S Usher Realtor. ceramic come browse. Not responsible for errors

Owens. Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 496-2126 or 4962903. Itchg MISCEllANEOUSFREE Phone 4962338. Itchg Installed when given over the : and Disc; Parts ALLEN E. TAYLOR now offers these additional.. ;

Box. 788. Lake Butler FL. 12/3. Quality Workmanship 24 Hours 964-5677
NINI FLEA MARKET Dec. 3, phone or when copy Is not services: \
PUPPIES Just in time
INSURANCEMAINES WANTED for Christmas.: Call 9 a.m. until. Located at at fair prices [, typed and brought to the DRIVEWAYS & PARKING LOTS LIMEROCKIPAV i

496-2126 I or 4962903. Itchg Spire tore-many 496.3819.High i office. I BUILDING SANDS LIMEHOCK A-1 TOP SOIL
_ INSURANCE AGENCY MOBILE HOMES WANTED: Christmas bargms.1 Itchg I
: 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake Will pay cash for your used 12/3. GRAVEL & DRAINFIELD ROCK :

Butler. 4963978. Complete mobile home. Ray Powell I VENERA BROWN n"'N' OWENS. 'INC. Eli Buy any amount 1 yard or a truck load .
Insurance Service. TFN 4963377. TFN 4/.16. Cost of Living Got You Down? ; 0
4'6-3022" MAWOM We deliver or U-HAUL !

rsJ (. ......_.,. *.. Can for Prices 782-3172 Mon., Mini $at." .;__ ;
Suite* <>>.601.' t. .. ,. .,
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1131 NW 13th S/. "' IIII" 1' JO"" ")'"''
496-3140 0 Gainesville. Fla. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow ._ i

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FOR SALE BY OWNER taking applications for 1-2-3-4 BR .
.BEST BUY AROUND! Brick 3 bedroom. 1'/ bath family' August occupancy. These all electric
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room CH/A Carpeted. 32 Acres, fenced pasture with Starke Ads' Con't .
timber 2 ponds, trailer hook.up. close to Raiford units are spacious with lots of closet

J.R. Lake Butler and all have _- ..... .
Wilson Highway 121 frontage. Call Gerrl for details space wall-to-wall carpet- -- ----- -- -----
.215 ACRES with frontage on SR-7V1 and 241. 4 bedroom '
I ing, drapes and kitchen appliance. On COMMERCIAL : ....
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4 stalls, complete computer tire balance, Buck 1 bath frame house 64' 64' hay barn 250 ft. Irrigationwell site facilities..Rental CAMPERS CARS

plant, large storage, 10 pumps station wholesale & pasture and tillable ,land. Ponds additional bldgs. laundry assistance PROPERTY TRUCKS ':.

retail service. Delivery trucks. Complete appro. 338 Included. 51.600 per ocr.. owner financed. Must see to for qualified applicants.For I X 24 FT. TANDEM AXLE '

feet frontage all paved. Reason for 65 timeto appreciate. applications and information BRADFORD MINI TRAILER Has 4 it. sides. 1973 SUPER ,BEITLEt/Mew
selling, ...............,............................. Will sell lor $1250 or best Michelin radial
retire. Will WARIHOUSIOFFICICOMPLEX paint; :
help anyone interested to learn please see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St. Lake
business. We have top quality acreage with affordable prices.Looking for sale. 80 pet. offer. Call 964-5327 good condition SI8OOColl
190 E. Main St. Lake Butler 496-3541 or
496-2681 Residence. for farms, real estate or Investment property Butler Florida 32054 or Call 496-3141. owner financing available, anytime.. Itchg 12 03 9647682. 11 05 Jl.fljAZ

12/3: Itchg Call ':I'. We wont to work for you. Equal Housing Opportunity. .at I 11 I pet. I 1V, acres with 19 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER 14 EACHi; X Phone\ 1 Co.
room for expansion. Phone SI..p.1 6. Complete pickup and' WOn..; tow
owner 473-2735. 9'24 tfn facilities'. Call 9647184. ''mileage. I972's; ,'thru

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FOR RENT FORRENTFURNISHID WANTEDUSED FOR SALE FOR SALE YARD SALE SUZUKI. ,New. front!>'....)SMOOj' .Call
964 6020.; ((964-Sa2S>aJlchg!
3 BR. 2 BR BLOCK HOME COTTAGE LAKE LOT on sand bottomed TWO FAMILY GARAGE SALE 12 03,...' _Sil i : ') >.ho'
Screened In porch. Fencedin bedroom I bath furnished WILSON T-2000 tennis lake In Hillcrest. $800 BLUEBERRY PLANTS large lake Bedford off Hwy. 100. fL 1971 HOMDAJAMUMT1MG

back yard. Near schools. cottage on Little' Lake racquets call 473.2210 or down $146.44 per month. third year. $2.50. Riverland watch for signs. Tons and BUGGY 31.000.",,1..H.wlir. '
Call after 3 pm 4733492. Geneva $225 per month. 473.4380 after 5:00: p.m. Phone 473.4058 or Farms, wholosale-retail tons of stuff. 4734262.. .*. Excellent"i.omkiit>on.SI40O. .
Itchg 12 03 Keystone Heights Realty." CARPENTER WORK 473-4367 after 6 p.m. weekdays alter 6:00: and Itpd 123GARAGE -Coll '964CAO20:
SMALL HOUSE on Johnson Realtor 473-4961 tfnchg WANTED KeystoneHelghtsMelrose Ifnehg 7/30 weekends. 4682769. 4tchg SALE Saturday and 964-5825., Itchg It' 03,b

lake. Furnished. $150 per ONI HALF OF DOUBLE OF- ar.a. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE 12/3 12/24 Sunday 9:00: to' 5.00. Ins DATSUN 2IOZn"Many/

month first and lost month VICE for rent a/c Call Fred. 4732903. 11/12 Keystone Heights, owner MAHAN PECANS for .0''.. Melrose follow signs atSwaannee I *...m..no 9s' extras. Custom'built."

in advance plus $50 security carpeting. $80 per month. MUSTANGS WANTED Pay financed 10 percent interest Best nuts In years! Thin Swifty on Hwy. .1' S'o..p...s..Og, m&., .on ._ $8500. Call 964.6020;
470 Lawrence Blvd. .t Iwo 0. Ii.si i sxe..ou..ouno.
deposit. Call 473 2S78. top.dollar for wrecked or shelled. 964'5825.ltchg'12 or-.f'C:
lots on clear, sand I-2.0OO Ibs. W. Av 21. Itchg 12/3 ( *.holiday unovaubf Tn.
Itchg 12/03 Keystone 473-4472 Jackie junk mustangs Call bottomed lake priced to Scales 4734378. 11/12 3 FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday tM2......u..AM 6O. and.RM W 1973 PINTO Automatic
OFFICE SPACE for rent. (9043980341.) Don Barry. sell 'from $9,900. One to 4lpd 12 03 only December 5, 9.00 In.Both MM M ol'ff com big.RM with r ,iri iu.>.ne>*,and...,.siring..Full Flo And.tr tor r.t962..rFor transmission. Call

PERSONAL Keystone Office Center I1/124tpd 12/03 'five acres overlooking lake 18 AWNING TYPE WIND. a.m. till.. On Fairway St. .u..n..an ... 9646271. II 26 21pd tl' 03
''call 475-2160 after 4:00: WANTED young molocrotM't Die RM M and M 90.e. 170 FORD
SERVICES RESPONSIBLE (access available) with DOWS $20.00 each. Call Keystone,, follow signs. dream com ttu* TORINO' 2.door.
p.m. tfnchg 10/29 ROOMMATE to share nice trees from S3.50O Com.m, now i.ds II ta..you torn*gr''n on 50.5 ot automatic S35O.OO.:-"CollVickie
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom furnished 4733202. 12 03 2tchg LAST CHANCE. CHEAP I tt.50iuiI.y SIIiIC5flh5
CARPENTER WORK on Spring Lake, house Starke.between Call Keystoneand Robert $500 down $5O a month.Commercial .. 12.10 Saturday and Sunday, ....., .- ......, ", ,-r !l.U l.\ ; ,;' 9645067.. ltpd12 oiler 03'S 'pm.' ,
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.frontage- :
R d .
December 5 and 6. Power nginFront -.00.
work kitchen $185 month. 1-269-1917 .
Remodeling
p.r otter 4:30: p.m. 01473.7115. investment air(offis Pull Floili.us 1972 DATSUN. Greaf gas
cabinet and trim FOR RENT lOOOSq. Ft. also opportunity HuntUy Christmas gifts, furniture U Suru", Iii! 'O..oan svnonU _
SR.2IN. Owner-salesman. dishes, 6 lOMd lran.mi..ion 0 .. mileage 334 N. Temple
Reasonable under I clothes, pool cu. .. L..O loon *r toO.5
3000 .
carpenter. construction MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN 4734375. tfnchg 8.6 i R.df.ornsSER Long tutu l tIC Q.tyoilr' *.r noch it5, ", Avenue. Itchg 12 03"iI:: :
prices. Call Ed Dempsey ot .q. ft.:across frdm post of. f pictures, lot's of jewelry. uMwntion r.mol.rMrvo.rPrimary
473-7034 between 7:30: fice Commercial Circle. AKC DOURMANS..Top viczs Corner of Orchid and .....'.....0 ."..'On,Dull n5. I972 CHEVELlE $300 or best
olfer. Call 964-3734 .
quality only. You are Invited after 4
to 5:30: tfnchg 473-21496tchg 11/26 12'31FOR Jasmine up by school. I tpd.
a.m.
p.m.
..
LEGION' Itpd 12 03
HAll. SR21. to visit our kennels. pm. '
RENT 2 SEDROOM 1 479.434 All GOTTA GO GARAGE
CARPENTRY ANP Saturdays. 7 p.m. and Sundays 475'I 228. SALE S.E. 1976 F-IOOi 360. 'V-8.
bath. mobile home. Star 73 lane (Ridge H
MASONARY WORK build 2 to 3. Public invited WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN 3-speed C S. A C. AM.FM
at 135.00 call A Road) Saturday Dec. 5. ,,. .
ting
; .
additions remodeling tfnchg 10/15 stereo CB duals .
patios tfnchq 7-2 'H D.
I 4)J 41JJ Seminole Starke'
Ridge. Suzuki
473-2879. 2tpd 11/26 12'33BR. Melrose of
homes and tile
work. OVEREATERSANONYMOUSAre step bumper and Fp.r. G'
Also Freeestimates. 2BA. HOME CHI A $350 3 WHEEL BIK| .((**,,) 3 S ....Irs 04 Meter I block behind bank. top
painting. youaddicted speed factory. I \ Household baby U.S. 301 south' Starke 33.000 actualimtfe*.
Phone 473.4473 per month. Lake access. ,, new. ElectrIc items.clothes. Excellent
to food? Is condition,
your 5 AppileeceeI
bought It. but used etc.
3760078. tfnchq 12/3 "v.r Itchg 12 3
during day. tfnchg 8/6 i weight affecting the 964-6020. 320000. Ph.
COTTAGE SPRING LAKE way It. Save $SU' below Serving Vodford I CoyCouiffe SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ; 782Ja7Itchg 'j
UNWANTED HAIR you liv. life Call _L i 12 03 : :
your I
DESTROYED Keystone 'furnished., heat catalogue price. l.J. Bat- 9-3 Melrose, follow signs : II''
FOREVIRWhy O.A. No dues fees, .
no
no
and utilities Includ.d. $250 chelder P.O. Box 231 I ot Suwannee Swifty on.
Call'settle for for temporary? per month till June 1. call weigh-In Open meeting Woodland Dr. Keystone I Lawrence .fvoV Keystone Hwy. 21. Itpd 12'3 OPEN HOUSE I
appointment Tuesday nights at 7:30: Heights 32656. Itpd 12 3 SATURDAY AND
9043980341. 2tpd 12-3 SUNDAY
4737033. Amy's Efectrolysis. KEYSTONE AREANew 3 p.m. at St. Ann.'. TWO PIECE SOFA double official tournament ping. t BIG1-DAYSALEI
490 Lawrence
Episcopal Church.Keystone bed frame with bookcase pong table, tJ I
"Super Brute"clothes I
bedroom. 2 bath brick
Blvd.. Keystone. 9 24 tfnEXPERT Heights. I STEVE BROADWAY .
home with and access headboard Zenith Hi-Fi r junior site nine, t
carpentry great garage Meeting also held needs .< fomevyo..k. I ladies 1012. medium i Ii
\ mens
TREE
to lake Bedford. SERVICEREmoval
satisfaction .
referrences. Thursdays at 9:30: a.m. In 473-3523. Itchg 12.3 and large toys, book. J OF '.. '
guaranteed.. Call 473-2834 Large wooded lot. $400 per the Starke Recreational 70HP. .. household '
IVENRUDI. full
before 8 a.m. or after 7 month first and last month Bldg. in Starke. For ml or.nOtiOfl trots, recent tune-up $400.con- prices!lI.ms.White Sands giveaway .mJ :j

p.m. 9'24 tinPAINTINGWALL plus damage deposit. One or .m.rgency help 17ft. Gator Tilt trailer 1976. 1.1 I.......", Lake 473.3686. Itchg 12 3
PAPERING lease. Call 9648073. call 473.2790 964-8387. TRACTORS
or
year
no rust $400 or both for ft.. Estimate SATURDAYS. Infant and ,
free
pressure washing tfnchg 8. 27 ;
MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom $700. also Honda O70 for children Items. coOch.
estimates. 473.3773 Expert Craftmanshipf TFN Y'. bath on canal ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSclosed parts 'motor needs, i *; tables. chairs misc. Items. IMPLEMENTS f.

overlooking lake Geneva. rebuilding $23. 473.2595 Hwy 21 .near Keystone
$200 per mo. Call 37$.1448. meetings Monday' at 8p.m. 2tchg 123 12 10 473-4732 Heights Beach look for The Long... ot .ffordable farm equlplMtwt ''e nOW lviii MCFS alPa.d..U5. dudt
HOMES FOR Open meetings Friday' out ''8t9 Oea-Oa, ......You can save 10 2ft 01 .
days, or 3764766. even' I-Z-GO ELECTRIC Golf Cart Alter 5 P.M. signs Itpd 12/3 up moN over ouvnonusy.... css
SALE .. Il/I94tchq 12'10 9 p.m. Alonon- (hardtop). 6 years old. excellent FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Monday at 8 CHECK THESe SPECIALS
p.m. condition. New KiystonVrWgrits December 4 and Slh. North :
GOING OVER SEAS-MUST CARS Alateen-Monday' 7 p.m. tire, battery I I. good. $700 '21 to C332-two: mile' on LONO ALL DIESL: PEG. PRICE! SAW SAil
Sill cut* :2 bedroom TRUCKS All meeting at the Educational or best offer. Call Mrs. f-SlSSUJ.U IllIl__11111 paved road Whit. Sand 27 HP 260' 17.702 SJ.Jl1 '

house, lake ae.... Building. Community Fred Wiles 4733971. Lake, see sign. llpd 123 4,991
beautiful large wooded Church. 473-2163 tfnchg WURLITZIR SPINIT PIANO. 32HP310 '8.2"2 215$ '5,316
197B TOYOTA
lot. ossumable mortgage SR-S hat 16ft. canoe, franklin stove 4OHP360P/S' ''fUI '
2.S7t
chback. 6,57.
33 HELP
at 9%. call plus M.P.G.. call 473-2942 ,
owner no
an.w.r.k.ep
Classified Ads '
HP460P/S
A/C. AM and FM 10.19.5 '
new 'UM
4732735. tfnchg 10/29 radial.,. call 4737332. WANTEDWO.ICING trying. All In good 6,861
SaL 2BA HOMI In Silver keep noan.w.r condition. Itpd 12 3 HP510P/S '11.049713 '7,266

Ridge overlooking Silver We, PINTO trylng.ltpd CLASS HEROES BICYCLE SEAR'S 3 speed., 68 HP 610 P15 '12,749 .
Lake. Taw mile to 4onfloor. new man' bike, excellent 4,121 1,729.
Employment Service. ServIng can. '
clutch. good tires UUDAJ' Dec.' 23 81 PlanMMt Mo"OIlrll ,
Keystone school. on county -' Keystone Height' and 'dltlon. $40.00 call Get, I 9I
owned road. $41.00011 Mechanically very good. Melrose or.os. low fee. 4732849. Itpd 12. 3Itim.xedssIg Results
5353
$1200. Call 473-7322 bet.
3mortgage.. 376-0078
...r ,.":. .. l d C 4734472.*> 10/8 Hn ...... jeflIc..gm=:- "'- W. Beaver St. SUPERIOR TRACTOR 'CO. 181.! '



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'- .. ..:"'.Hwy 225. lawtey FOR SALE SERVICES FOR SALEKEYSTONESTARKE
:! 'J' &
New
Used
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE USED ALUMINUM PLATES
ADORABLE CHRISTMASPUPS
Color TV'sAntenna' 40 HEAVILY WOODED HOME PARK mobile homes- 24 x 36" 25* each. Used In : Pekinese, 5 weeks BILLS SAW SHOPi Complete AREA r BfcruwJWjcir

i .w ACRES with good and spaces for rent printing of newspapers. old. Call 964-7619. sharpening service, circular
IIr :: hunting. Itchg New home for sale. Also
Ie"" Recreational' vehicles lot hand.. carbide, "fjJ
Great minor
3 miles repairing
NE of PORTABLE WELDER t
courthouse GEN
Spec. In receiving quality built homes, $22
welcome. Phone 4682912. lob,. Bradford County chain. mower blade hollow
Channel's 30 A 47 $1500 per acre. Owner TFchg Telegraph. 964-6309. tfn. ERATOR: Miller model ground and balanced. per sq. ft. built on your lot l!
,It financed. Frances Mann, AEAD200LE. with 100 ft. or ours. Adams & Hall.
I I: !> 782-3577 HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping NEW CARPET, NEW C USED: Leave at Jackson Building REALTY
leads. Call 473-2407. Itcha
9 am 7 pm Realty Inc. Realtor. room TV and air Furniture & Appliances. Supply In Starke, K.y.ton.H.Ights 473-2036 or. 473-2128. 6/4
12/3 tin SLABS
31 -.999 CYPRESS/PINE Excellent '
or 378-0442. Underwood Motel 3 milesNorth Plumb. fixtures and pip... or Lok.. Butler.TFchg TFchg. .. \l -
for
firewood
11/l9ltchg 1210ACREAGE of Stark. on Hwy. BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 CUSTOM HOMES now 8
fences. ,$10 a truckload. .' PHONE 964-77..76 __
'ALCOHOLICS under
ANONY.MOUSi construction'
301. 10/9 tfn South 9646679. 2/5 CECILIA
YARD
SALE r MOBILE HOMESt Highway 16 tfnchg. ", COME Call 782-3120 SEE US AT or THE 7823121.HOUSEOF overlooking Starke,Country TERWILLkGA 205 N. Temple Starke Q:|
2.27 acres heavily wood and Hwy. 16 and 225. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. Club. Adams and Hall "..'
GARAGE SALE Frl. and'Sat. ed. $ SOO. Cash or Sub. Clean) Call 4681323. 3/12 HOUSE 301 South BARGAINS In Lawtey. TFchg Builders. Phone 473.2056 IT'S INCREDIBLE

.. Dec. 4 and 5. 7:30: pm Terms. tfn 96 .6740. We Buy and Sell Full line of clothing: SEWING MACHINES or 475-2128. 6/4 TFchg. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
............. childrens and adults at REPAIRED All makes '
til, 5 pm. Baby bed carseats 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM Used Furniture and Ap :
tools pots and pans, dishes, Hwy lOOE-lAc. dining room 8 kitchen;, pliances. 8/13 tfn.RECONDITIONED bargain prices.PROVINCIAL 10/22 tfn cleaned oiled and ad- HOMES SPECIAL

chest of drawers 12" color Lot6000. ,central heat and air. In TV'S:, Colors FRENCH lusted. $15. Work Strawberry Acres 3BR Executive home Golf Course
on Absolutely -
TV set. 19" B/W ..t. sewing ............... Hampton. Phone 468-1779. starting at $100.00. bedroom suite. White guaranteed. James I!1 2BA '.2' acres, fenced,
w/gold trim. Ipcludes triple Strickland stocked pond SS8.000. beautiful! Brick, 4 BR, 2'2
machine, bedspreads ((1st months rent In advance Trade-ins corner MorganRd.
welcome. Phone
Country Club-Hwy.230 dresser mirror and .................
BA
linens, dinette table w/4 .))5/7 tfn' 964-82)2.6/li tin. and Hwy 16. TFchg study, all appliances, deck,
chairs; 7 miles south of 2.3 20000.Ac., Zoned ,lIlA, TRAILER LOTSi High and dry: USED COLOR TV'S: Carters bed frame, $100; Also on. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install.ed Lawteyt 3 BR, I blk. from pool approx. 2830 sq. ft. on 1 acre.
coffee table, cost $189
Starke on SR100. Cloverset- oak shade trees; 2 miles TV 7823577. We Free estimates. Handy. school hody.S24.000..
............. accept from J. C. Penney's will Paved circle driveway 2-car
Farm. Itpd 12/03 South US301. 9 .823S. Man Fence Co. 9648559. Reduced S22.000. ,
tie Poultry on VISA and
MasterCharge. ........... ....
10 Acres: Large barn PRIVATE TRAILER LOTS: 'In 10/l5tfn .' sell (for $-40. Call before 6 .TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER garage, landsccaped and in excellent '-

OLINS TRAILER PARK Friday stocked, pond 23000., country. 2'/ miles from. MOBILE HOME SERVICE pm 9 .5-498. ask for Don REPAIR: Call Award Winning newly condition.
and Saturday 9 am til ??? $4000 dn.. A.tum. mtg. Stark. Owner furnishes POLES 100 na. Itchg 12/03: 'the Office Shop 110 W. remodeled home on
$135
TOY'.larg. cloth.. other ...**...... water all other hook-ups 200 amp. amps$229. Call; BRAHMA BULL: 750 Ibs., Call St., Starke, for details, Hwy. 100E.: Must see to

misc. Itchg 12/03 e Acres: Well power aree In. Call 96 -6365 anytime, 964 6363..Stark. 'Very gentle. 60000. Ph. 964-5764. tfn. appreciate. Screened Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with
SALE! SALEI! SALEI Cowboy pole. 10200. anytime. 10/29 tin 10/29 tfn 964-7063. Itchg 12/03 GLASS CUT TO QRDER: parches, front a back low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
hats feather, toy ............ BUCKSKIN GELDING HORSE: '
A A IN STARKEi 2 BR, unfurnished GAS HEATERS, gas stoves; Doors windows etc. utility rm-werkshop comfort & quality together with energy efficiency.
elephants, horse.. 10 Acre, 'lg. pine.. house. $160 per month. electric stove; misc. fur- Very gentle. Saddle, bridle JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY cen. H/A. range refrlg., -* 4 'A.4 * * *
Glassware and novelties and blanket. Call 964-5630
,
radio.. tape player, 23000. first and last month plus .nlturei/ lamps. Call after 500. Itchg 12/03 9646078. Orders alsotoken $ 5.oo0...........CCC AC C 7TH_DAY At'V._CHUKCH; _RD._230A- Neat frame bldg.earp.t. .
A A CA CA CCC A A damage deposit In' ad 964-6369. 10/29 tfn in Lake Butler
2-gas heaters, A/C. lot 100' x 125'
knives clothes shoes b.dlin.n. PUPPIES. Four.
3Engll.h
496-3079 and Super Bargain. 3BR 2Ba
.. If. we don't have, vance. Call 473-3246 after HAY: Very good quality. bull dog. Tails docked had KeystoneHeights. .*IS_MELTON_TEERACE-AHrnctlve brick 3 BR, 2 BA, CHI A.earp.t.d .
473-4973. 2/26 on 3 lots In Sauthgate
we'll get It. Fresh greens WeAre Now 5:30pm. 11/19 3tchg 12/03 Good for cattle and. shots, wormed. Also electric tfn. w/le'x23' screened panelled drapes, chain link fence around yard
daily. 75 cents large In Our New Offices .PAWN SHOP/USED FURNITURE horses. Clifford" Martin, concrete mixer. Phone 21S W. WASHINGTON-Zoned commercial. Charm" & com
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK patio utility bldg. Price
SHOP for rent. 108 E. 9647145. 11/26
bunch. lay-A-Way Hwy. 301 S. In Lawtey Call St. Best off.r. 12/03 2tchg 9647670. Itpd 12/03 SERVICE: Bradford County Inc. patio furn., mlic.. fort. Appro 2,000 sq. ft. CH/A carpeted drapes, 4 extra -
available for Christmas. Come See Us WOOR OR COAL BURNING residential lawn tools, riding lawnmower lets. Owner financed.LAKESANTAFECustom.
9 -7I89; 964-9648. Itchg PUPPIES Just in time for pump-outs
Come see us. Bryan's This STOVE with blower and built w/everythlng can Im
_
MOBILE HOME 2BR. fur. Christmas. Will be weaned $50. We also re-lay drain washer & dryer you
& That Shop corner 301 Janet M. Starling nished. Grilfis Loop. Phone first week in December. thermostat. Brand new, line.. Phone 964-8121. refrlg., range-SSS.OOO. agine. 3 Bit. 3 BA. 2200 sq.ft. 2 story, wellln.ul.., CH/A on

and 16 old Gull station.' Realtor 782-3931 I 964-9261 or 964-6112. SI 5.00 ea. Clifford Martin, $400. Call 964-8950. Itchg 5/28 TFchg. ************* 2.ac.. 3-car garage, (0 ft. on water. Invest nowl!

Phone 9645180. 12/03 tin Michael B. Caon.JIR.altor 11/264tchg 12/17 9647145. 11/26 2tchg LOT *28: !/ acres with OLSON'S CARPET. AND UP. 3BR 2Ba.. Spanish style .RD_16_B-ROOM_ TO ROAM 8 acres < nearly new Ig.

SAT., DEC. 5: 9 am til 4 pm. AMOC., 944-8827... FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 12/03 garage, 20 x 36 It. Landscaped HOLSTERY SERVICE: No home on spacious lot In brick home; CHCA; fully Insulated; 2 car garage:

Little bit of everything Includes large rooms. Part 'of DOUBLE-DOOR REFRIGER. fruit trees, berry soaking no steaming/ of Stark. 32000. fireplaces; alarm system; Intercom w/stereo; screened

radar range, $75. utilities furnished. Private ATOR/FREEZER. $125. Ice-' bush., etc. All utilities- your furniture and carpets. A CCC CACCACA CA back porch; water softener; one lot with home has well
511 E. South St., Stark. HELP electricity water sewer6ml. Cleaned and dried to have trall.r.COUNTRY .
yard and entrance. Settled Maker. Encore, 9645648. use septic tank electricity C can a
Itchg 12/03 WANTED mature persons only. AKC COCKER SPANIEL pup. north from Stork. on same day. Satisfaction We Are NowIn CLUB New > luxurious well designed well
, .: DEC. 5: Hwy. 125, No children or pets. Call pies. Also have an electric SR229. Anyday except guaranteed. Free Our New Offices built home w/flreplace, huge walk-In closets.

. t of Lawtey. 2'/i miles. LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER 9 .5464., 12/03 tfn pole 100 amp, $75. Call Tuesday and Wednesday. Estimates. 9647392. 12/03 Hwy. 301 S. Lawtey KINGSIEY LAKE Brick duplex Rent or ute as home I

00 for signs. Clothes h.lp'with mi-Invalid.to SANTA FE LAKE CANAli 2 964-7929. Itpd I 12/03 Whispering Pines Estates. 2tpd 12/10 Come See Us. .301 S 33 ACRES I HOME One of Bradford's finestresidences
v Supplies, toys. Itchg bedroom 2 both trailer 5 V GALV. ROOFING 11/19 tInFIREWOOD WILL DO REPAIR WORK:
12/03 Salary plus room and' : Janet M. Starling over 3000 sq. ft.: fine acreage barns, split
.->i board. Colt 964-5855 Central heat and air. $175 6'-$4.20.; 7'-$4.95; 85.70; FOR SALE: Nextto General repairs carpentry rail fence. Well kept. .
SAT. a SUN Dec. 5'and 6'; Lucille Mundorlf 639 E. per mo., plus security or 96.45: 107.20; Morgan Roadd Baptist roofing and panelling Realtor 782-3931 BROOKLYN LAKE-Coiy Board S Batten cottage CH&A,
Grilfis loop. SE 30th Ave.tIHil. and 1l'-$7.99. All Ph. 7823669. 12/03 2tchg Michael S.
I2'-$8.70.
Laura St. 12/03 tin damage deposit light ; Church. 12/03 tin Cooney .1121 BESSENT RD.-Lg. corner lot nice landscape: 3BR

\Look te for and green Women.trailer.and ROUTE CARRIERS: for city of deposit. Reference re sizes picked up Jackson. CARPENTRY 12/1.0 AND REMODELING ..I. .Assoc, 964-8827 A. 28 CH4A has attic fan; patio; fenced bock yard; 14'r 28lighted '
sign. Stark. Reliable cash quired. Call 473-3693 or ville. We manufacture.Call MOBILE'HOMES
chjdrens clothes misc. car 473-4319. Itchg 12/03 toll free interior and ....t.rlor.R.mod.lling shed.EPPiRSON .
llfems. bond deposit needed. Ph. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES ST. Owner fin. CB.3 BR 1'/, B CHSA.
Itpd 12/03 foam additions
DUPLCXi: 124, N. Myrtle St. 1-800-342-2702. 11/26
DOWNTOWN SHOP SALE 4737322.Ona Haught. 964-8170 12/03 or $195 per month. 2tchg 12/03 FOR SALE plumbing and electrical. DAVIS ST.OFF301-_ Ac. more or lets owner fin. Ha.
Itchg
136 West Call Street. If you ROYAL AMERICAN CONST. Refrigerator stove, METAL FUEL OIL TANK on For free estimates, potential for mobile home park.

don't like our prices giveus CO. Orangewood Apt.. A carpeting, Call 964-8944 stand Heavy metal. 100 call Jr. Johns. Ph. RAIFORD Frame 3 BR 1 B: barn S stables: pool;

yours. Itpd 12/03 800 South Water St., now after 6 pm. 12/03 tfn gal. Call 782-37)6) after 5 1981 MOBILE HOMES 473-2694. Itpd 12/03 EXCITING OPPORTUNITY fenced/crossfenced. Only 23500.
OFF SR.230 EAST. Watch for taking applications for SMALL HOUSE on Johnson pm. Itpd 12/03 payments s'tarting at' SANDBLASTING Make old Unique new business venture .1091 COLLEY RD.: Brick 3 BR. 1'S VA loon of

signs!s! All kinds._61, ',war"...'" skilledi in alt lake. (Keystone Heights'ar.a SNAP CORN By the ton. $147.00 p.r month. John look like new. $18.00 per now available. this 26305. 6,9'/i%Selling prl| .....s3SOOO.
.verJl1W.g'rr'or". d pans,, trades. Equal Opportunity ). Furnished. $150 per k, Ground or on the. cob. Call Brown Mobile Home'-,, hour. Call",.9646433.. Itpd area. I If you ,qualify. w4$. .107.EASTW900 ORi'-.tBRThS9nuio; i!, street.

"--wiftjft''6'11"-' .knIck.knock. ru. s E ,, 2a :., month?fIMt..rkMastmonlf> I I, ,964,5630 rafter OQU.pm.: .,..Center.;, 473,3775.4'la'l /)::' 12/03, 't-: will: main 'q U..",lodd1/": -i34N.MYTLE'-XI4&i.Assum.. mot.-'awnor will take
; : In advance "' '* lucrative '
$50 curl. 'r.c.sslon.proof
12/I 0 plus s Itpd 1?/op II.> "Prlc.Leaders\ back second. Attractive interiors!

._...!HJl S.5ATI Dec. 3 thru 5.. CITY Of HAMPTON is now ty deposit. Call 4732578. SEARS "Tampa Hues" small the South" with the lowest LOSTFOUNDLOST business with' prestige and .5 AC. NEAR HAMPTON-Fenced 750 gal. septic tank 2SO

5ITN. Orange St. Clothes: accepting applications fora Itchg 1203Mobile boys mora cross type bike, rate of 16 1/2 percent profit. Earnings limited on- ft. well 21000. Financing available.
mens, women. and kids, ly by your ambition and .
ridden 10 times great LOT7COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES-SS.OOO.
full time policeman. I Large selection of 12, 14
Applicants
small electric appliances. Homes : Large Black and tan desire Investment $125 to .
.
shape, $65; Ross 10 speed 3 LOTS IN FIVE OAKS-S15.000.
must have and 24 wid,..
a high Factory owned
bell
Has collar.
Christmas knick.knack.. I dog. on In. 2000. For appointment, '
bike, needs a p.dal.45; ;3T4sACRES
school diploma'or GED .Moved and operated. COM. itial "D" side., IN CITY21000.
__ Some tools. Lots of misc. McCullough chain on Blanding call 9047529325. 12/3,10
.Terns. Itpd 12/03 equivalent; be able to' Local or statewid need.tuneup saw.. MUNITY MOBILE HOME area. Reward. Call Denmark GENEVA LAKE ESTATES-Beautifullv wooded I 2 acre

GARAGE SALE- Antiques, work rotating shifts; must j moves. Set-up. & connections $70.; boys and mini minor bike work, SALES. Highway 301-N ,, 4734259.: Itchg lot. $8.000 each good financing.
have minimum of hours 1 'COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES- A truly beautiful hornet 3 BR, 3
dishes. clothes,. furniture, a done Call $50. Call 964 6239. tpd Starke. Open 7 days a 12/03 _
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and forge mens clothing. with Police Training board 11 62-4587 < 12/03 week. .964-8741 10/29 tfn.Bobby's & BA on 1.3 Ac.* huge family room w/freplace.( This homo

Thurs., Fri. and Sat. 2 miles and receive credits from evening. has everything!
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wl4oi/m'WSROOO.: SE 22nd ,Florida Department of Law - -- << -. 1. 'PRICED_TO_SELL_. $24,200 lot on Lk. Geneva.

"I!oW.. l'Chle' Crawford. Enforcement. Apply City of PUBLICAUCT1ON Hide-A-Way Se.III.TA.cIC oman .40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA-HI and dry with pecan trees

HrfflGWRUMMAGE' t BAKE Hampton Hampton Hwy. Realtor Associates--After Hours
FARM 301 S.. Waldo, I Or Heavy Equipment.
SALBi'Dev1.' S.' SblWdoy on.Oy.ePt .' Florida 32044. EQUIPMENT! Oeermon SMrt UcellyTOUFMI Wayne E. Douglas e Broker-Salesman 964 6593

jrt artMlt'4 pm. Ordered Sold By Farmer Home AdministrationTIME sents 'Bat\ Fred Socket e Broker-Salesman 468-1664

"oAcrew tramWendy's, ,' WANTED, s I .,_L,1g24aj.___ Byron Terwlll.gar.964.7776 Martha Dorko-782-3397
uII\JS.30HSjh.\ tchg 12/03 : 10 a.m. Saturday. Dec. 5. 1981 tdatte \ saetr1te Anne Terwillegar Nelson-475-1677 ,
OeftlUAW C '''fhfiof of Lake''' St. PLACE 7 miles So. of Bellevlew. Flo. on U.S. 301 : OO'l I.
PRICES for used Near Cbt\&Co\\ ar' Firewood Scrap
IO n4>fW.'lJa>IW.<''O'jrt111 4 GOOD PAID Oxford Florida
.ellpomrltl J 1210'03'111:I .' mobile homes If mortgageis TERMS Cash. Cashier Check Company Check with tea.tut\ng \heO t'e"" $% fljao'1 Oak '& Pine

g4p.. '9ICJ 5: 9 bnfW 4 pm. 3/4 paid or more.OLIN'S Bank letter of Credit. No Personal Checks or Credit Cards S9\\f\g eC.c.hoO .e $10. truckload Beat the ColdGet Carpentry Work

Furniture, household ''orarticles- MOBILE!!; 'HOME SALES. or 10% Cash on Sale Day Balance In 48 hours. 10\ Oak 4x4's firewood Glen Nettles &

I)!)"....;> k.Yi Iotl01hlng. 9645606., Open 7 days. q v tl' your early. Arthur Masters
cord
.one..irys.Iudmeng'; weekly TFchg ITEMS TO BE SOLD "Chrl tmaa &: New Year' Parties" $40. Vs Oak or Pine $40. pickup

lloODQdl <
1 f*Tractors 2.Combines Fertilize Distributor Bar Hours 4 .2 Happy Hour S .7
erilbe 1 (I\t.\ bnft other"''misc.articles. axles + 4 tir.* $135.00. e pm am pm pm Call Thomas Nettles Low Prices
1126 Bessen* Rd. Del. to Olins MH. Hwy. 100. S-Pumps 5. Power Units 2 Curing Barns 40' ft. &26 ft. or come out between Lake Butler
OUTOCU W Stark. 964-5606. TFchg Irrigation Pipe 30,000 ft. all sites up to B" Excellent References
SAL5Ia'e.s.wIt 9:30 and 2:30 and
PaOFESSIOiALTREESRYICE : 496-3738
_Ieu >9 I IC 14thlng. WANT TO. BUVi used I 176 Diplomat II Motorhome 7.Mowers Sprayers. 964-5135 or 964.5882
_'Uload for
ntxriLMtenkioblethlng:' .etc. typewriters and adding.. Volume Guns Hoses and Reels S Plows 6: Planters "ll Types Insured .:. you

.0YEaWOYSCTO(5.; SalurdoQ machines. .Must be In 6. Pick Up Trucks 11 Harrows 7. Cultivators .
working condition. Consignments' Accepted Prior to Sale & FREE EST1MRTES
Oecp5! am'til 5 pm.ttlcthtnd59pOeidL8Y2ndon Day
: til 964-3764..tIn 2/12. McDougall' Auction Company Call Thomas D. Mtttl.j 'I

,"m.n35'oN.. Temple' Ave., 6305 Romilly Dr. Jacksonville -
Florida 32210. 4SC-373S Laka lulls .
O&V iffi' ma. Restaurant. Mary Kay Phone 1 904 772.7980 -
THREI ; p a .
FAMILIES: Saturday. Cosi'et1csLouise
1I1 .cn"1/" mile) from' Bob- ,--
I
I ofay's: Produce. SR-100 on Starling I VACUUM [IlJf1 ThaImagemaker MOBILE HOME avcIoN,

Hampton I Rd. look for INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS

.usigits. Mite Sterns baby 473-3092 CLEANER "lRECOVERY!

Modlothes to sx.12 mo., Evea. fc Weekend* I ROOM ....mIl7 Hilr Styling S.lon" POLICIESAT
,mchildren clothes
to si. 6.
CHRISTMAS The Recovery Room ,of U.S. 301 N.. Stark.
toyi appliances baby fur. lake Qty local) Dill .
tc-lfiltwre' : bikes jewelry MOBILE HOME Archie Tanner Funeral (across from Powell's) REASONABLE RATES

*!, oat motor etc. Itchg SERVICE POLES 'SALE Home 964-7100 ........ .. Tools

THURS. I FRI.t Dec. 3 and 4. """ 964 5757 Storke Fl Olin't Mobil
..""kllne rocker and ot'toman 10-20% Off indoor Flea Mkt.
Home Sales
> ; several pieces anti Yes we Take WellDrilling. Fri. & sat. only FREE QUOTES I .t".ONi'-'oI. .
que furniture; new Stanl.yI wood furniture, madeto C GrinderS Wrenches e Sockets e
8 garage door opener; 20d IMP Trade-lns order. beauty shop Phone.964-5606 Tool'. e Finn lupplln e

.M1gha swar.; nice clothes; eauloment clothes, lame M Olin, Agent --AIr....__ Peeui ew
QMISC. Keystone Hgts/Lake AlVoungVacuums e e e, I & crafts. misc. VI_...... laws-Cut 0""_ S

q.(>tPlevo area. SR.I 00 to 21 2" Thru 6"
.$..,2 mi. to Paradise Point Tuesday Dec. 8 7:00 p.m.

nRond.- Follow signs, llchg I 964-6918 Drilling' Fast EquipmentS Rotary Register Oil & Gas Bradford Co. Fairgrounds,


hCROSLEY' TRAILERS 3 Mi. N. US 301. Starke T ATE LICENSED 308 S. Thompson Street North Temple Hwy. 301

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.f jjeflaV 964-5883 Stark. Florida
Buy direct from the Manufacturer Classified Ads Pump. (Gulf) ,

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113 of..the>. !ear lnvenoryRedUGtIOfl! Sole. ..___ .. .
Get. New A Used Soil. __ _.- ._ ___.. _.__
Results! .... .. ..
Deafer Prices to Customers: Sale eLP, Gas e Fuel Oil I ---------- .0- ------ -

Ports-Service .
I from Stark surrounding areas C Home Delivery' .. Cash &.Carry' Al.Conp..os .___ _
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: MOtllK E-Z :
HOME TormsJPlumbtng. Air t..4. .aa__ ......_.A. _
Large S.l.ctlonlnthe: U.S.A. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS] ::,'.:i:'=: _- :::':-=::::. :::-::.-=... Hs.y Duty
., .....
A.-. '-- M _1'_.
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from n'a".Ut1lity"Trailers: : up to POLICIES AT . . . I I Martin and Perfection Heaters :.:.::. ::=- TO04Si :=:= :::_-..:=.::-
--- 'fl.ye -- "' --

18 ton Equipment Trailers REASONABLE RATESWA.NNO New Installation :;:;..,ErE"=S- iC.Wdn*,. Teol.a' 1.1E-:

I 3% mlU*.South of Starke on Hwy. US 301 ,Remodeling,Repair! *: I "-, -- ---- Li,., ----- ......----

I *, Our Feed Prices '_.Tesis. =::. ::"::=. ::::::. '. _
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t4urc.ne season It upon Durrance a" -. -- -- .,---
: I .---- .-- .._--,.... .s-S..
3?;;*PPWPlckUji5utchSi'; ChllC!': Cut.and Wrep"' at. 'II you or. one of the A e e es e e e .s..--In-C- -....-as ....-ase. -_"--.

'- *ea iv.". '.w who' don have ,,In- PUMP Clay Hill Feed .-.,--- ------- ., -- ,llOolw.

turonce H and when :.=_ ':::== -
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5095 SR 218 t.: =
0'' & ... .
hurricane I -- -- ......
t approaches y .. ;:-.-.- ... .=- :=. .. --
won't be able to purchase .MIddleburg, Florida sea.N' ::::00.- .== --
'b' # e- I SUPPLY. t A.S :=..-
Mobite Home Insurance 282-1063 ;:,4-= = ": -
Meuwiwsu Teols :....
....
So '0.. COMPANY ... -
of :
advantage the :. == =- C-
m RDEE SMEAf! MARKET circ'umtfancet- pus. I 13.5% Steer Fat 100 Lb. .-. . . 7.45 ---
PAN OTMM roots o*.er uts TOO ....
rhaie 12 % Horse Feed 100 Lb . 8.35 Axis s .1nIIIi
to.4f V! From the Pen to the ran your Insurance now . . HUMMUS TO MOTIONCUMMINS, uaT ama SuemUcl.50 P5105 5Al

"" .W. .,.kelEo&er' fO& V_. Olin't Mobile 86IN.Temple 14% Hog Meal 1'1oo Lb. ..,. "'', 8.95 ,, en-..

t's Horn Sal. Aveno I Whole Corn 100 Lb.. . . . . 8.15 AUCTION'CO.
't t.fl'
FREEQUOTES Crack Corn 50 Lb.. . . . . 4.85
S E..IV( .Vm>fte.tf.f 'Open.MoiKley. Saturday Phone 964$606,. Storke. .Florida. -- ----..---..--. -----,
..notl'''' '44-e72S "feme-M. ON.,. Ajeefr ,Crimp Oats'50 Lb. . : . .'. 5.65 '_-._------"':"'-------,

... M c. .;. ;'<: 'I _.. 964.7061: D<' c.oiint. Available Per Ton 'C.e. -,

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Salt Good thru sc. 6. 1981

Santa'sHelpers'


il Sale ,


TOYS FOR BOYS TOYS FOR BOYS


if
9 Piece Big Cowboy Tyco Sonic The Empire I

Rebel Auto Western Dirt Bike Fazer StrikesChase

Set Havier Set Racing Set Gun Back

Reg. $7.99 Reg. $11.88 Toys

37 29497 9; ; 2OOff




TOYS FOR GIRLS' TOYS FOR GIRLS



Ideal Bath Strawberry. Shortcake Aluminum PlasticSilverstone Blue Box Golden Dream

Tiny Tears /' .. Tub Designer Hairstyling Barbie-Christie
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Doll ( (s.:J ", ,I Babv Doll House KITCHENWARE SET SET FASHION FACE
Reg. $14.8'w / Reg. $5:99:: Reg. $13.99 Reg. $7.99 Reg. $7.96 Reg. $15.96


119' % 447 9'U. 597 497 1296



GAMES FOR ALL GAMES FOR ALL




MonoDoly Double Track Sorry, I Yantzee Battleship Quicksand

Reg. $C96. Reg. $7.96 Reg. $8.971 Reg. $4.97 Reg. $9.77 Reg. $7.96,


599 596 499 .; 397 777 I 596


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Christmas Gifts For All! '

: .1_ ___ ___ 1,

Eureka UprightVacuum GE I ---- -._Lay-sway JlDKtit _..nth. w" .., .." _, Casa BlancaCla'ssIC"C .3 Quart

FoodProcessor GEt 1 i ) Rival lllng PopcornPopper

SAVE $30.00 DeluxeCan 3% Quart FAN

7999Diy SAVE $10.00 Opener Crock Pot 19999R.al


Limited No Ralnchecks 3999POLAROID 1299 1197 Wood Blades;3 speed control. 589
5 year warranty on motor


naT, SAVE 10.00
f
4n' t I

.. :-aiJJtI
: <2-fl, 29.88

Detune Dart Board Set
6.37 18" board la completewith
12 brass darts.solid
I
Time-Zero Film 10-
Supercotor wood cabinet. ODS. i
exposure pack.Limit 2 Reg.39.88 :
> 5.99

69.00{ save Sophia Spray Cologne
9.88 A sophisticated scent i
by Cotye. Now in the ii
convenient 1 oz.spray. i
12" Black & White Television She can take It where-'
sharp little set Is 100%solid state ever she goes. .
Lls< + h
ith quick start .and Instantound.
.Handsome white cabinetnd
telescoping antenna AC on
V.No.4653.Reg.78.8 .99 .
0 6.99RnJoI" p
,Brock Chocolate Covered Cher.
ries Delicious!8 oz.
"arvimu / $ By Charles of
the flitz*. A delicate
scent with a whisper of
I.S I. subtlety.Shell think of
1 +
you ,everytlme 1.26 ',wear Itl! 2.5. oz. Reg.
Choice 2.27 [ I ."
Hershey's Kisses Red and green Christmas means
foil wrapped chocolate delights!9 Ch tma.Cand101d-
11_II oz.Great stocking stuffers tool and time mix pepperments of swirls curls or f__ lots of film

-- 100%filled candies.2 11ed" and flashcubes tool!
fiI lb.tin. ,


.88 I1..I 1.99rte

FOR ,.... Kodacolor ..e. Film TIs' the
TG4V Aluminum Foil Standard season for-taking pictures!
12" x 8.33 yd.. 25 sq. ft. roll. Be sure and have film on
Limit 2MAii hand for the holidays:C135
size 24 color exposures.Limit 1 I

f 1.67JumbO a sr 2 I

.Tmrv Roll Gift Wrap Big 36"roll
of Christmas paper wrap. VarietyOf
designs.55 sq.ft. .74 .,

88 3.27 I
-I save 31% 2.88Christ" .
,.. L
Q. I! .hc bee Your photographic -
veready Twin Pack Tran..tOlkolt 4-Roll Gift Wrap Deluxe selection.' efforts will go towaste
'Ize.Reg.1.27 36"wide rolls.45 sq.ft.of foil and Tr* Candy Festive, if you don't throw a little f
120 ft of tree shaped Jar with fruit lla- the <_'., !. (sV.JUfV, '
.f
sq. paper. vored candles In gold wrappers light on subject' 3 cubes for ,
10 oz. 12,, flashes.Limit 2 .,'I .,
I .am "- .. .

301 South Starke Fl OPEN:Thur Mon.-Wed.:.-Sat. 9-9 9-8 Your Best Buy is at XG&VI'!
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: Sunday 12.6 Visa and Mastercard Accepted

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