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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 31, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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>A u more space in the upstairs "legal the Supreme Court said in a 6-1

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a will be discussed Monday) Jan. 4, "In the instant case, the county :;.
by the Bradford County Commission, commission acted unilaterally to '
: and County Attorney Dudley Hardy.A reallocate court-used space," the
Supreme Court said. "The courts then
solution reallocation of second
responded: unilaterally to protect .
floor be within reach at.
space may their existing interest. "
to think after
torney Hardy seems
"When administrative views bet
conferring with Chief Judge Ben-
ween two governmental branches
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jamin Tench. The issue has been "
conflict, we think the public interest
since 1978 when former
stymied county -
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Theron Yawn circuit
Judge now a
of each branch resolving differences -
judge issued an order the
prohibiting
in the spirit of cooperation,
county commission from reallocating ..
recognizing the duties, obligations
spacein the second floor judicial com- .::-
and responsibilities of the other Only
plex Judge Yawn laid out in 1968
wry when that is not possible should a
without consulting the court.
"f, u court proceeding commence which
Hardy told the county' commissionIt affords an opportunity for all Interested .. .
.- 1--: its last meeting Dec. 21 he Is working parties to be heard."

h on possible solution and that he The dispute going back to 1978 involves
J might ask for a special meeting. Har- the county's attempt to erect
dy said Monday Dec. 28, however, walls in the present grand jury room
that he will wait until the Jan. 4 for space for the state attorney Courtrooms
meeting to discuss the problem with including the "-
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_- :1 : i-- the commission. room are designed for court purposes -

A : Cooperate, don't litigate was the and don't readily lend
message front the Florida Supreme themselves to other purposes Judge
: Court last July 31, the latest ruling in Yawn countered. Lack of a grand jury
the case. The county first appealed room could affect secrecy of proceedings
: Judge Yawn's ruling to the District and might endanger

__ Court of Appeals, which ruled the witnesses. Judge. Yawn said in his in
; county was entitled to a hearing. junction.

: 1i _ Before there was a hearing Judge Yawn based his stand on the doc-
Yawn appealed the case to the state trine of inherent powers of the court
Supreme Court, which basically affirmed powers not specifically assigned the
the District Court ruling." court in law or the Constitution,but a

i ,. court doctrine which states a court
: "I think what it means is we ,won
: the battle, but hot the war". Hardy must have power to operate efficient ... :

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! 'Y-A'- j 'y -They're iTopiII1( &; ; .. Men u. y- i rKM '..... ..........", ./MeantimejJudge-Benjamin S Tench El ell.reopenecL1hf.c; se'back in '
February, Struggling with a record
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has been named chief judge of the 8th
Straight- students at the middle Williams.'W Standing:Allen Gonzalez. Melissa.Williams"and Sherr'i Harrell. Judicial Circuit, replacing Judge case load, Elwell again found his staffin

Front: Jason Brown,Jennifer Jason Brown. Marsenna Brantley.'and SMferri Harrell earned straightA'sthe Yawn, and Hardy has been talking to need of additional space.
On knees: Erica Gruen and Melissa first six-weeks too. Judge Tench. Elwell told the county commissionhis
office is handling 425 cases
per
Although Judge Yawn does not
far above the record of
want any changes in the level of year, previous
, upper 300 cases in 1977. Much of the increased -
the courthouse, main focus of the
8 Earn Straight-A's Middle School issue case load is due to the increased
; at room.has Judge been Yawn the large has maintainedthe grand jury violence in Florida State Prison.

_. Elwell said in
February.
necessity of a private grand jury
I Just eight or one percent, of the approximately Hall Beth Hatmaker 'Tina ,Harris, Williams, Pam Willingham, Hal room; the county commission sees Judge Yawn and County Clerk Gib
I 800-800.member"studentI James Hayes' Lynn Holtzendorf, Seventh Grade: Kristin Alday, An- Wood. how little it is used and eyes the space Brown toured every room of the second -
at Bradford Middle School earn- John Jackson, Lorrie King; Tricia nette Balkcom, David Barnes, Stacey for offices. floor legal complex March 31
I ed' straight-A'0-' for the second six- Lawson, Mary Li,-Jeffery McClellan, Bowen .Joel'Brewer, Shilynn Chaff Sixth Grade: Cassie Autry Brian Key to the issue is to distinguish the Yawn gave permission for the staleattorney's
I week grading period which ended Theresa McCbllum Tonja McCloud,. Johnnie Clark, Pam Clark, c.huCK.Coburn. Davis, Dori Davis Todd' Gillen- difference between what is desirableand office here to use a small 8
, Varlarie Martin Deena Cox Suzanne waters is by 13 foot witness room at the top of
Nov. 17. McCIoud. Karen Dyal Dennis Glover, Amanda Grif what necessary quarters and
I 103 more BMS students or 12.5 percent Sharon Martin Irving Meres Kelly Chris Farmer Bradford Green, Wen- fis, Penny Hsien, Judson Jackson space for the court system, Hardy the north stairwell and adjacent to the
,.'of the student body earned Moore, Richard O'Steen Donna dy Hsielr Kelly-Jackson Robbie Janet Kennedy Richard Kimutis says. grand jury room.Secretary .
I places on.the A-B honor roll Parade Stacy Parrish, Evelyn Pen- McRae Phillip Moore. Jackie Tancie King Delores McRae, Elaine The county commission and judgesof Pam Dyal is now in that
I I Reddish Ricks Nguyen Kim Norman Cindy Parado Manning Esther' office Assistant State Attorney Mack
nell Stacey- George Martin Gene Murphy the Eighth Circuit should try .
Straight-A Students Tracy Rowan; Carrie Sellers Nancy Deborah Parrish, Eugene Powell, James Neighbors, Stephanie peaceably to work out their dif Futch and secretary Linda Adkinsnow
Shuford Pamela Logan Ricks Lisa fix Stephanie O'Steen Sharod Patel ferences occupy the offices at the north
Sherri Harrell Is the only 7th graderto ; Taylor Roger William over the courthouse space
Tetstone .' Melissa Todd Deanna Sams, Kimberly Sapp Shaun Powell, Lora Rose but end of the courthouse.
earn straight-A's. Sherri is the Sapp, Starling, an impartial judge should be call
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tomlinson, Denise Washburn Tom Schmidt Maria Thomas Tammy Chad Reddish, Richard Taylor David ed in to resolve things if they cannot, Assistant State AttorneyTom
Harrell of Brooker. Watson; James Wilson Cindy. Thomason Lisa Waters Gregory Thorpe,' 'Robert Thorpe, Pamela the state Supreme Court ruling Elwell, who heads the state attorney'sstaff

The Brown triplets, Jason Jen- Winkler. .. Wiggins; Brooke Williams, David Zurfluh. stated. Pete here Enwall; Assistant, Investigator State Attorney Wiley

hifer, and Jody, are the straight-A Clark, and Secretary Anne Haynes
students the sixth grade. Their occupy offices in the southeast part of
parents are Mr. and Mrs. 'Marvin the second floor which

Brown' Four of eighth Starke. graders- earnedstraightA's Progress Report Due On }Protection Assessmentpresented occupied'. by' the Florida, were Parole formerly Commission -

: It is still an inconvenient arrange-

r* Marsenna Brantley,, daughter of A progress report Is due Monday, Polk charges $26 per building,but Commissioners finally agreed Oct. the commission with a planto ment, with the state attorney's offices
,Mr. and Mrs Gerald Brantley of Jan. 4,from Property Appraiser Jim- nothing for vacant land for instance. 5, after years of putting the firemenoff finance the new trucks. They even being split into three different places.
=Starke.' my Alvarez' and County Attorney County commissioners hope to charge to fund fire protection with a retained an attorney to tell the county Space for the state attorney has

= Allen Gonzalez 'son of Mr. and. Dudley Hardy on'the county's proposed :. less for building$10 or$15, if they can special assessment. The board refus- commission that a fire protection ordinance been a problem sinced a request was
Mrs. E.Z. Gonzalez of Starke. new fire protection ordinance to be workout a'.way.. to charge to vacant ed 3-2 Commissioners E.W. Hodges is possible.The made in March 1978 by State Attorney
= Erica Gruen daughter of Dr. and funded to the tune of" $100,000' by land. E.L. (Nook) Norman, and Homer commission still stalled and Eugene Whitworth to open a fulltime
rMrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. special assessments.' Polk charges $18 for a mobile home Hart opposing to fund fire protectionwith finally stated they would not fund fire office in Bradford County. Whitworth
2:: 'MelissaWilliams, daughter of Mr. the formulaby and $& per motel room:Alvarez has increased property taxes. But protection with property taxes. Commissioner asked for space In the courthouse for
and Mrs. Lamar.Williams of>> Starke. Alvarez is working on 'Bradford could raise they to the
estimated agreed special assessment -
which the county will tax E.W. Hodges pointed out two attorneys, a secretary, and a
$80,000 using the 'Polk formula., fulltime investigator. On July 1, 1978
ABllonorRollStudentsrElghth residents. is a that only 60 percent of residents now
Hardy working proposed
= Alvarez said the$80,000 estimate does Main supporter of the firemen has
ordinance with blank spaces for pay property taxes, and termed it unfair the state attorney's office moved into
the charges. not include vacant land. or commercial been new Commissioner Lawrence for them to carry the entire load the two offices on the north end of the

Grade: Kellie Baldwin, Donna County volunteer firemen understand buildings* Moslcy. Commissioner Maxie Carter of every service that'is added by the courthouse (now occupied by Futch
--Barker Pencie Blackburn Amy Joe that no final action will be taken Polk officials warned the Bradford Jr. also has supported the firemen cow ty: and. Mrs. Adkins), formerly occupied
darter,, Amy Clark Trade Clark Monday a spokesman said this week. delegation that there will be bugs in because he promised if the now- But'the board agreed to work on a by the public defender. '

Chris Crlbbs, Allison Denmark Bonnie The firemen are pleased with the progress the operation at first and to be famous straw vote. passed' he would plan to place the 'charge more The public defender was then forced
,= Geiger Joseph Griffis. Eddies to date. prepared to work them out and. make support them. equitably among the county to move out of the courthouse and

Everybody Is back on the Job and In necessary changes. A previous county commission residents.' They heard about PolkCounty's still rents space outside in the old
Bradford commissioners have also agreed to put the case tor fire protec-
better to start the ordinance' and finally courthouse now run by the Historical
spokesman spirits .' new. year.Pie requested"some time to study the formula tion on a straw ballot, thinking it agreed Oct. 5 to support ordinance Board of Trustees. Under Florida
says.difficult
The'most step now will be after It is first presented. stood no chance of passage. But the funded with. special 1 assessments. law the county has to pay the rent for
volunteer firemen worked hard and
working out the formula for the.taxes. the public defender. -
"Don't put it on us in a meeting,and the straw vote passed 2-1.: Then Nov, 2 the firemen, impatientwith The public defender is a part of the
The county is working from a Polk expect us to vote on it,",said Commissioner Firemen then expected the county the progress of the commissionon court system and. as such should also
-- County -ordinance. A 4-man delega- Maxie Carter Jr. at the Dec. 7 commission to forthwith pass an or the ordinance, the Brad be housed In the courthouse if space
tion from here visited Polk County meeting. Hardy said he would draw dinance.: They planned buy eight ford County volunteers quit. But was available. The public defender,

-- early In December to find out how up a proposed"ordinance without fee new fire trucks with the $120,000 that' meeting that night they agreed to remain however is quite happy outside the

= that county works' its. protection. schedule and the county commission one mill of property taxes would raise on the job and give the'county. courthouse, saying it 'offers more
ordinance.' 'can take it from there. In unincorporated areas. ,They commission more time. client privacy: '

,s At that time the witness and grand

:&- Christmas Shopping Season Was Brisk:for Local Merchants jury the'state rooms attorney were proposed s offices.for use as

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.' Starke merchants received an extra than 1980. whole month-of December as far. as '"best ever" 'Christmas week to the Should the grand jury room be
available the
made state attorney'soffices
Christmas gift from area shop One merchant stated he had seen sales, well above i960.; prison employees being paid early as ,
: .. MONOAY.Jan.4t here could all be
5? persthethIs year as local buyers ccaelto, nothing like it in his 20 years in j well as the Increase in pay the correc- put together.
= 8000MMISSIONMeetingt:30 Christmas shopping Starke. Several merchants echoed Bradford Florist 'owner Ruth tional officer recently received.. He The grand jury room has been a

,. .S*S ..*..: .m. homo. that sentiment some going even further Powell said they, had ;a, very good stated a lot of their'customers are target in has almost had about every reallocation discussion the of
.' .. to state the entire year had been Christmas season employed by the county .
3 LAWTEY COUNCIL Either Inflation has not hit Starkeor twice space;
>very good for business.' The Office Shop did as much
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-,.r! Meetingp.m.. ; Denmark Furniture'was real
i residents celebrated this happy business Christmas week as a normal
Christmas at the with business better than last year 'business
season by shopping Sean' weekaccording to owner
; TUESDAY. Jan.S home stores or 80'it seems,to the 'Catalog Store sales weregreat and the last day*.before Christmaswere ;John Miller '
according to Mrs.
owner Happy
V ':STARKE COUNCIL: Starke merchants.' "Biah" very good.: 'A notable comment from Eckerd's
"i Bishop.>For Sears the monthsof "
Meeting'.....,p.m. November and December were Eagle Family Discount' Store was the small amount of returns ,w "....k
c Warren Winkler of Winkler Electric <
their best ever. .. manager stated they had a super increase made to the store after Christmas. ," .'
':.: SFCC: CLASSES BEGIN stated it was the best Christmas in sales for the whole month,_ :," All in all, the Starke merchants will zo. eut 'IIt'.I.U\U
Eve he had ever, had; in fact: the .Fant tJc.".said
TG'Y Manager especially the week of Christmas. start 1982 by counting their blessing. ,. '"
whole month of December was better Robert Ward.," was the word for the One merchant attributed, their, .thanks, to their area customers.

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: Vicki: 'Carver' : \,> : I r : Council Gets New Attorney

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says Mary Marshall, new city 'at tance. vapor lights the the average/ cost
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HW'ins Good Citizenship Award torney for Hampton. Smith's application stated he had would drop to $$6.28 f.per light per
t w The City Council met Tuesday been employed as a policeman in month 'a savings of approximately
night, Dec.8, and accepted the 'application Bunnell several years ago. Smith $485.76 per year. The! last contractwas
Vickie Carver, already voted Most : of Mrs. Marshall, a pratic- does not have all the certifications signed in,1941 between Hamptonand
Likely\ to Succeed by her classmates, Athletes, secretary of'the'' Senior ing attorney in Gainesville. Marshall necessary to fill the position in Hampton FPL i '
was honored by the Bradford High Class,a member of the BHS girls ten- began work only seconds after council but stated he would take
nis team and National Honor Society. approval on matters 'that had been The has asked
faculty last week as she was chosen to whatever courses are required The Hampton supply ePt.
Also,she is publicity chairman for the, off for more than six months. Smith willing for
receive Daughters 'of American put Council felt that since was the city to help funds two
Revolution (DAR) Good Citizens Key Club, editor of Tornado News Today Marshall is a graduate of the to.move to Hampton and use the walkie talkies. 'The volunteers do not
Award. The award, for the Jean the school's .tlrst-year University of Florida law school and job as his full employment, they feel they have adequate communication
and writes
Rlbault Chapter of the DAR, honors a newspaper entitled, Tornado Talk a school for col- has been practicing for nearly. two' would look into waiving the requirements with other fire fighting' servicesin
BHS senior boy or girl' who 'best umn the years in Gainesville. fof certification for Bradford County, Council tabled
displays the characteristics of good Telegraph. The Council decided Marshall's employment. ,Council did say it expects further discussion until a price can be
citizenship, character, dependability, As'a member of First United duties will be to attend all council 'Smith to become certified determined for the radios.
service, leadership, and patriotism: Methodist Church she Js} president of meeting and advise members on the within v the six months probation
The award to Vickie puts her in'lineto the Youth Fellowship, a member of legality of certain matters that would period that is set. Next council meeting will be held
win the state competition spon- the,youth choir and a pianist for the come before it. Any work she felt Councilman Ted Curtis asked the Tuesday, Jan. 12, at, 7 p.m..
sored by DAR and a $100 education '"', church's children's'choir. could not be dealt with ,at the city city to take responsibility for cleaning
award. 'In turn 'the state' winner ,:'J,<. Vickie won the.Clay Electric meetings will be taken care of at her Hampton cemetery. Curtis pointedout
qualifies for national competition that Cooperative Youth Tour Contest last office in Gainesville. the area had to be mowed by the Mary Kay'' Cosmetics
includes a $1,000 college scholarship year, representing the area on a Council members decided Marshall's funeral home who took care qf the last::
the New Year
Start
prize'for the winner. She has already capital trip to Washington D.C. In fee will based on $50 per funeral.
filled out a resume of her church, January she plans to travel back to meeting with extra' work being "We have a moral'obligation' to With a New Look
school;and community activities,and Washington, and then to New York, negotiated separately. This was acceptable keep the grounds clean and it's an Treat Yourself to a
future plans, and will' be required to where she will give a speech at the to both Marshall and the en- eyesore on that end of town" said facial and
answer an essay question in a 2-hour World Hunger Seminar at the United tire council. Mayor Hank Lott. Council agreed the complimentary
time limit. "It will be a question deal- Nations. She also will be required to Fred Johns and Edmund WayneSmith' city will be responsible for discover the new you.
ing with good citizenship in someway write a research'paper on the subjectof ; both of Keystone Heights, applied maintenance of the cemetery.A .
," she said. hunger in the world. to be policemen in Hampton, a represenative of Florida Power
Her resume is a long one for a As for down the!road she is still investigating position that is open since the resignation and Light recently told the city that a Call Today for App't.
17-year-old. Including: being a varsi- 'many schools but right of Marshal Fred Phillips. new contract will have to be signed 475.1617 or
ty cheerleader, president of the BHS Vickie Carver now is leaning towards 2 years at Although Johns had all the between the city and the company. 964.5188
chapter of Fellowship of Christian nearby Santa Fe Comm ity"College.I qualifications necessary, he was not FPL explained that the street lights in
r willing to give up his'job with the Hampton will be replaced with a new,
Florida State Prison and move to more energy efficient variety.The .
Hampton The Council had stated city 'currently has 68 street
I Southside Elementary News. that the applicant must consider the lights within the city limits with an PINE FOBESrAPARrMEN'FS
... job his full employment and move to average cost of $7.05 per light per


Mrs. Bobbie Fae Chaff's third Baker, Adam Mosley and Maria Latoya Ivey wrote: I saw the space St. E wards Church Hall ..2 *3 BcdrooM Apt..
grade class watched the launching of Strickland shuttle. It had left from the rocket. It From I3O** to '27S"
the Space Shuttle, Columbia on left from Cape Kennedy. It went into
television. Thanks to Mrs. Barbara Kristy Harrison wrote: The Columbia orbit. The smoke came from the bottom BINGOEvery .
Brown for bringing her TV so the space shuttle took off November of the rocket and fire too. When :55 r 1SSO'W. Madison.
12,1981. My class saw the shut-
room could the launch watch. The children en- tle and it had smoke behind space it. We the class went outside to see the Saturday 7:30 P.M. ...__ r..... 9646312jw
joyed and
wrote some interesting rocket we saw it in the sky. It was '
about saw it on the TV and when we saw it 411 N.Temple Ave.. Starke Fla. M
paragraphs it: neat. Then it was in the clouds.
Jennifer take off we went outside and looked at
The
Kight wrote: space I
shuttle, Columbia launched from it. ..
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Cape Kennedy on TV today. Outsidewe Karen Coleman wrote: I saw the f :
saw it go Into the air and we saw space shuttle today. It was very big
smoke coming from the engines and and strong. We went outside after ny
go into the clouds. they launched it and we saw it make a sa v hia ca ac ,
Shanda Barnes wrote: We saw a stripe of smoke and then it went -
space shuttle on TV. It left from Cape zooming into the clouds.
Kennedy. Its name was Columbia.The Qi
smoke came from the back. I Rosa Lee Coins wrote: I saw them 'iFa ai usR4
wish 1 could ride in a space shuttle. count down and tell about it. It was
When we saw it outside it went big all right. When that space shuttle
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through the clouds. It would go went straight up in the sky it was s J
faster. I believe you wish you could white. I mean it was big. Outside I
rule in one. I do. saw it. It was like a jet. Smoke came
Mrs. Carolyn Canova and her first out of it. ;=

graders are going to miss their intern 3 i .
Mrs. Kathy Vaughn. She has done an ll I
excellent job in their classroom. MenusBradford
Because of her good work, six I 4k;
students made straight A's: Holly Middle School .
Hatcher Byron Lee, Christi Milton, Vo-Tech School I
Allison Whisenant, Julie Williams, All Elementary Schools -a .
and Sam Williams. On the A-B Honor I .1
Roll were Travis Anderson, Athena January 8 J
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Monday Jan.Planning Day. Age: 43 Annual Contribution;;$2.000 Age: 35 Annual Contribution: 81,500 Age: 36 Annual Contribution: $1.500. _.

Tuesday French Ja.fries Chicken,green bean 01bun*,peaches or and Whaler milk ?el1renl; l1tYplueJ$230.51Q.| Retirement Value;: 472820.: Retirement ValQe: $4I7.8iX:'s'A &*-? )
Laivtey Wednesday. Jan. 'iBeef-a-ronl. cheese "all*, U. ,__._...._..;:...-.l...:.... ,_1': __. .- ..;.-. -.: ._ .::.:: ;' ;.,.,.. M,4btiaI
garden.salad apple crop hot rolls and milk ;'
Thursday. Jan 7B rt-vrg< ,abl soup, crackers, ,,, d '
; III> "cheese' slaw :.
toast cabbage pineapple topped .
EleiiiteIitaryNews cake and milk. .
Friday. Jab.' Hamburger gravy, mashed .N1
potatoes, buttered green peas chocolate pudding ,
biscuits and!milk. i

Bradford High School

January S-January 8 ----ainmsR

Lawtey Elementary would like to Regular r 1t
welcome the following new students Monday Jan.PUnnlng: Day.
Tuesday Jan. Hamburger on bun lettuce
to our school: Charles Johnson in tomato and pickle French fries, pineapplecake
Mrs. Anderson's Kindergarten class, and milk. T .
Justin Creamer and Joseph K. Griffis Wednesday; Jan. Hamburger gravy, mashed p
in Mrs. Starling's class Janet Flynn hot potatoes rolls and buttered milk.green peaa chocolate cake, -

in Mrs. Hamilton's claas. Tommy Thursday Jan.7f:FIah on a bun.cheese grits,turnip -
Flynn in Mrs. Kirkland's class Jody greens, peaches, butterscotch squares..
Endicott in Mrs. Browns's class, Don and milk. I, .
Friday. Jaa. ':Plg In the blanket baked beans "" .
na Padgett in Mrs. Brown's class cabbage slaw, fruit cup, cookie and milk. '
Jennifer Flynn in Ms. Fullwood's li .
class Travis Kidd in Ms. Fullwood's A-La-Carte ;, "
class Sharie Meier in Ms. Edward's Monday,Jan.Planning Day. ." 4
class Cindy McDaniel in Mrs. Hull's Tuesday fries, milkshake Jan. SPiua: Cheeseburgers, French ',t v .a.e. h*
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class Bucky Kidd in Mrs. Verunac's Wednesday. Jan. ':Hamburger, piiia, French ,
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Jan. Age: : $2.000Ages: : Age. Contrtbutibrt 2000.
class Stacy Green in Mrs. Folsom's 7Pliia. cheeseburgers French
fries,and miUuhakes.Friday. Retirement Value $41.130. combined Retirement Value 2512081. Retirement Value
class. We have a total of 417 students .Jaa.gPina,French fries,cheeseburgers : : !: S2,133699; ; I 9,
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mobile home at.1121'E. Market Rd. Zoning Commission. Bradford County
by the Starke Board of Adjustment In Director L. M.Gaines will assume.
action DfekSfc ;. the additional responsibility.
bo j, I 'F { r rL The :.area 1 I'is zon d', agricultural Commission members expressed
:,(W under;)Which mobile homes are allow their appreciation to AI Crosby who
14:>1 r ed'asia; !Special exception If the land has served as zoning director'since
......,.. / pBl1eJR 2V4 acres or more. The propertYS..tt May 1, 1979 for the city. They also
b.t! j 11r'Nh rket Rd. belongs to Mrs. thanked him for his time' and
..... n, who plans to replace knowledge and 'asked him to be
r uf.11 house on I the 'property available in the future his services
i with a mobile home. were needed.
A The board voted unanimously to Acting chairman Joe Williams led a
,1. K ,i1ti., grant the exception. Board members discussion on a new meeting time for
present were Chairman Wallace the commission. It was decided to
--' r j, i Buford and meet at 7:30 the forth
'e Wise McKinney, George p.m. Thursday
0i i ra Roberts. Also attending wasoutgoing of January and place on the agenda a
.. Zoning Director AI Crosby and County request for a'vote for a permanent
Zoning Director L. M. Gaines.' time for their meetings.
'Members present for the Dec. 22
'The board
.. adjustment members
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.. in addition to Williams
meeting were
the efforts of
praised Crosby and ex
.._.. pressed their appreciation for his past Mary Peterson, Spyros Drivas and
5 co-operation as he met with them for Julius Royal. Also'present were AI
.the last time.County Crosby and L. M. Games.
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:3t DutiesAs Watch Service Set
-*' City Zoning

i-: K y, of January 4 the Zoning Director At Cong. MethodistA
for Starke and'Bradford County wUI Watchnight Service is set Thursday
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'. a be housed in the Bradford County Dec. 31, at 8 p.m. at New Congregational
: Courthouse under' an 'agreement Methodist Church onUS
negotiated by the city and the county -301 north of Starke.Refreshments .
j The zoning director also acts as will be served.
secretary for the Board of Adjust Everyone is welcome. '

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= Smarties... Sam Williams Chris Rodriguez Christi Milton Michael McKinney. Joyous New geIJr
| Earning atraight-A's at Southside Elementary School for the second slxI Third row: Jamie Redding Brlare Hall, Matthew Eunice Steve Bradley
I weeks grading period ending Nov. IT were (1-r): Len Looney Donna Dunlap Allison. Wisenant. Brad Neighbors. Ashley Al-
*-- First row: Becky Phillips Maria Toth Hanna Dodd Tana Sarntinoranant.
Byron Lee, Julie Williams. Holly Hatcher, Andy Muggins. day.Back row: Beth McKinney Alisha Gruen Julie Ferguson Jana Thornton May the New Year as it unfolds-
Second,row, kneeling:,Becky Addison: Jason Canova, Jeremy Crawford, Yvonne Bobo Holly Shields Kelly Ann Duncan, Jane Stanwiz:-tlay,

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for the second six-weeks grading
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Front row: Kevin Crawford Andrea
: h !' Hewett. Robin Register Jim
(' r *" "", my Parado. Antiqua Williams
f ; h Brian Nelson Dobbins Jeffery
Cain Justine Brown. Tint Barber.
ru I j Adell Kuhn, Jill Williams Sam ':
Bridges. ..t
Second row: Barbara Smith .
Chris Ferres. Pamela Patterson.
,. ..ww Ashley Burkhalter Shanae Blom ',} ,Y,
Robin Shaw, Deana Holiday Tam
my Mobley Michelle Boatwright
Shari Cain. Donnie Francis.
t rt Back row: Audra .
'SKaw ha''BtoniJ:'Marcla Brow. "nt INIy Jr' r.r to, Nr .r"('I .iMw.r'.,Ilw nw
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w rivibul. Scott Duncan. Starke, Fl. 964-7342
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** And' Brand New County, N&mewBradford. to the. Maj (" .

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The people of Starke and the entire that Floi Idians had wished each otheron his Bradford .County htfme b'y") come before a great while. I want to \t "P.S.General Lee is here today and : "The column of Federal troops I

area between New River and the Clay January, 1861'were short-lived regulators because of hill antr- come home the worst'you ever knew. pays the fleet Is i ion its.way'Iff, this '
County line not only had to get used to since Florida seceded from the Union southern views." The"regulators"were Everyone wants to go. everywhere, place, and we expectto have bloody' ; from made Baldwin,march heading'to tires
writing -a-change' of date as they that same month" The famous doubtless ardent supporters of and just as'soon as I get my money I battle here in three days. Listen 'out a night ,
railroad junction. There it set ;
entered the new year of 1862 10 Atlantic-to-Gulf railroad had been secession who harrassed those who! :. -m coming. for our guns and don't be frightened,.,
railroad and warehouses full of
constructed Starke four held the view. cars
through Jost loyalist
years' agothey also had to but ask God to give us the battle
remember that they were now years previously, and the town had I' "1 have no news to write you aboutthe supplies and promptly pushed on p"
residents of Bradford County instead Started to'grow'and prosper: But the But Dr. Hollingsworth must "have, : war more than there from one Starke's closest brush with the war' Gainesville i ; where they:were'rout P

of; New River County. new-found prosperity, was soonRegulators' changed his sympathies later, lot he to two blockades every, day. I want came In August 1864 as related in this' by Confederate cavalry. [under "Ge
wrote follows his '
as to wife Nancy,onj "
you'to write to me soon'and let'me excerpt from "Dickison. And His Dickison.
.
Jan. 11. 1862'from Fort Clinch near" know how the children are. I want you ) -

Fernandina: to write and let me know how you !
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; Visited Local Doctor doing and why some of you don't are >Nothing IVWrite Home About
"I am'very sorry to have to inform'you (, _
I t me know the reason yuu'don't ash iii
that myself'and Gilbert are r
Because of Unionist ViewsThe haven't 'wrlt, eni Is there anything,
thank neither God.one'of us' well, but on foot, 'a-ft.-1." t/. : But, istres8andDenth' ; ,;, ,


new name had come as an ear dispelled as the men folk answeredthe "I have nothing pleasing to write ;
ly Christmas present on December 6, call to arms, and family life as you, but distress distress death,, Men,', ,,concerning the exploits ,of (Warehouses at: Starke were usecELfor
1861 when the F.lorida Legislature well as business life was disrupted.Not death, death. We buried seven Capt. J.J. Dickison, one of the most military supplies meat \su ?
changed the name of the southern soldiers today and from two to three successful Rebel leaders in this area- and other items, to be sent to Conk'.
portion of New River County to Brad- everyone was in favor of seces- every day; and has been so for some who led his troops 'in the Battle of federate forces in southern .stateF*

ford in honor of Capt. Richard Brad- sion, and controversy between time: Gainesville: where most of the Civil War battles

ford the native of Leon loyalists and rebels divided friends were waged. Florida was considereiJrV.
County
young
;
Frink has but able "After the Palatka the
"Capt. 13 men to fight at on
and relatives, adding to the trauma'ofthe '
"bread basket"1 for
Florida officer the
who was the first to Confederate -
do duty in his company. It would'make r; 2nd of August (1864). Capt. Dickison
times. One Instance occurred in ,r
lose his life in action during the first r forces in those war torn areas.)
your heart tremble to visit our continued to perform heavy picket du-
months of the Civil War. He fell in the Starke even before Florida seceded, .
graveyard. {,1'r ty, on the St. Johns River and fre- of Uniof
Battle of Santa Rosa Island, near as recorded in the book "Civil War Two other instances
Pensacola. and Reconstruction Days in quently engaged in skirmishing with raiding' parties were 'told big-as
"We are told we shall be paid off
Florida": "Dr William Hollingsworthwas the enemy, who were threatening to "oldtimers" who had heard Civil Wagcg
week. be
next Gilbert will at home 'Y
The "Happy New Year" greetings attacked at night in July 1860 in soon money or no money, and Twill advance into the country. stories from their grandparents.!:

'''On the morning of the 16th,'they The late Rebecca Rosier told how

made a simultaneous movement from during the war a band of Union troops
Jacksonville and Green Cove Springs came through the New River area


,i; :E' n'I:: ; ::O''Rf:' I ,A, LS} :: + with negro a,troops and force: about,of several'about 400 cavalry.batteries 5,000 infantry of artillery -, the looking farmers of for advance horses.of the area According raiders: had advancednotice and to her hid(]]


their horses'in a nearby )' ,,
"They advanced on our forces at Hors V\
which is still called Yankee
'
: Baldwin, driving them back across '
the'little Suwannee, thence made a Pond.

1982It .1 flank movement in the direction of According to another \Account?T I
Coming Up : Lake City, up to Fort Butler, in Brad Union raiders, followed the railroad

'., ford County, then flanking around to from Baldwin, burning and destroying -
1 Starke, a small town on the railroad, buildings and crops as they wentAt ./
was the best of years..itwas Another disappointment: it won't balanced when he 14 miles north of Waldo. a turpentine camp near SaxtoifsH

the worst of years... After paying $1,000,000 (plus goes out of office in January "After plundering the Town and (once located on the railroad between!,.'*

It was a year in which costs) for a site for its spray 1985, 'with the national debt citizens, they moved westward, flank- Starke and'Lawtey) the operators,!,oJ

mankind took another' ,step irrigation waste disposal climbing to an all time high of ing Waldo.' at which place Capt. hearing of the resin approaching into raid wheraia, ranviKthe
turpentine a pond
Starke learned that Dickison was with his command. In
system, perhaps $100 billion
toward conquering outer it floated, undiscovered, and could beT
their raid
cut the
; having telegraph
the Administrationhas
without yet being able. Reagan wires recovered after the "Yankees" ieftida 3Remains'
space I l9s and torn up the railroad track,
funds for 1982 of the which iH
"delayed" of some resin
to manage "peace on earth"on Many Americans started no communication could be held with
fell on the ground, could still be seeno'iin
to 1983 et cetera et cetera.It *
Confederate
forces at or near Lake
the planet, he'already oc- out'in 1982 in the fond belief the 1920's, 'according to H.E.'f
About sundown
Rou
witha
City. Capt.
,
cupies.Of was a year of crime and that at least David Stockman, small detachment of his'company Lagergren, an early Bradford Countyt la

the ten news stories rated violence with Miami No. 1 on Mr. Reagan's Office of Budget from the'2nd Florida Cavalry, came surveyor, alrt

the FBI's list of overall crime Management "whir kid" at up to our headquarters at Waldo and

"biggest be of theyear" only two .per capita, and the cancer of least knew what hewas talk reported the enemy were at Starke.
could classified as on the
plus' side of the ledger: The dope traffic and, violence is ing about. 'They'were sadly "They remained there but a,short FORESTRY

return 'of American now creeping into North Cen- disillusioned 'when Mr. time and moved on. flanking ]
hostages tral Florida. Gainesville was Stockman'"spilled the beans"in Capt.J.J.Dickison Dlckison's command about ten miles U IN BRADFORD
from Iran, and the flight of the below him.Just
at dark Mr. Boulware
space shuttle-Columbia. No. 4 an the list. Even an Atlantic Monthly inter, and Dr. McCrea came with all possible j|: J bv'Duvlct W.Norton: .:
view wrong among ? If there is, let Bradford Forester
heretofore pastoral Bradford admittingthe you me haste to our headquarters, ,County : \/I

Sixty percent could definitely County' was in the news' with Reaganomic experts changedthe tle know, and it and if there I will is come anything home and set- ting the enemy in large force at repor-their Now that the cold weather ,has :1J_
be classed "bad-news." 'and data fed wrong you plantations, burning Boulware's mill, ..I(
as several drug arrests, into their computers -/ had better not try to conceal it from descended: upon us, it is certain that

The assassination of President marijuana became a new until they got1 rthe me for if you do It twill only make it about gin-house 60 bales and of other buildings"' with the furthest thing from your mind is

Anwdat of Egypt. cash crop-in some.secluded: answers He also; worse when I do come. UtU&1 "SI. 'J-1 cotton':"iW: ?*.. [ ij being outside planting a tree. It I is.unfortunate ,-
The attempted :assassination areas. "i call, d' thiW'anted1' X" cgts ,a'yted t tr I.tit: "Iwo tn.t. 'NgbOWlroudTyere :.!', The restsSdtsaatSesUhlsofc.msihou: :; thai Ui most *
? );4 IA t kt.m' n Mtlme to pljAili>M <*{3b43BilLetL
oflPre rrfJ&fgan. The attempted "T J, ., t gu-" ; g t (mwphg.IR ,omgjgJpg khw "Battle of Gainesville. most suitable for-hu dian enjoymentdo
ssiriation'bt the old eat. Let me know
ass Pope Republican "trickle soon. not match. '

Paul. The state of the down theory of making the' "I must close Another account apparently of the This winter season the Citizens For
American interest rich richer that little Jr' subscribing' myself same incident, is taken from the book, Improvement of Starke, or iC.I.P.n
economy high :so a will your husband till death. Yours truly, "Civil
1 '' War and Reconstruction In for short, has plans to distribute trees-
rates, and recession.The eventually down to those "
seep
Florida, and is dated
-Wm. Hollingsworth Aug. 17, 1864: to areas which could be beautified by
air traffic controllers'strike who need"it most.
the presence of a tree. These trees
and their dismissal by will be delivered on January 13th in-

the President. The As the "truly needy"-or clude: 'Dogwood, Red Maple, Live

developments in Poland.On "truly greedy" as Senator Oak and Magnolia. i", .,;
Paula Hawkins' likes to call County Agents By In order that" .these trevs')reteiyet ,

the local front, negativenews them-suffered the brunt of adequate 'care,,a.few ,tree plant("ft hot 5
also outweighed the President BobbyTaylor $. tips need mention atthiatimeaJhpoot J : !
Notebook
budget cuts
first and most UnportsnS'cojiwtera-B,
positive, with Bradt'ord'County Reagan stubbornly refused to ." lion once the trees havearrfve, f"omniaJ"
like the restof Flortda/suf- l revise figures'for the Depart- the nursery Is that planting shoMld/QOniaO

fering from effects of'a prolonged ment of Defense and madeno 4 cur as ioplkps po HeioMiany yjoupgio
drought that cut the 41 seedlings! may AppeanrJieaHhyjaAtBrMIiplanting
of move to uncover billions'ofdollars It's good to get a couple days of sunshine A plant that does not receive sufficient but will soon die twatn wateCIp.a
strawberries
yield ; hurt wasted by his "sacred and mild weather after several chilling to satisfy its winter rest months late/] becau5. iJhW ,()Qiheld
early-planted watermelons, cow." I days of cold, windy and damp condi- requirement is usually delayed in tdoreyhaqtwo( wegaefler debaerllos0

cucumbers, 'field corn and tions. Seems like the' weather can leafing out and blooming: Often; the f{If thi d i.. the pale ytt ewiUKboo be
other crops, as well as pasture' make a big turn around in a short opening of flower and leaf buds will be neCe"'Ml1C t irtpe! While the U.S. was planning time this time of
grasses and hay production. year, scattered over a long period of time. D epargtoryur>stepppnderlshabrpAu.Tsb
billions more for nuclear These plants will have
Lakes in the area continued at usually only a are rggdp( plan''hentb, ?seedlings au0
arms, our European allies Greens and our forage crops are few years and probably produce littleor arrive-lc'Jhe-1 1 : I two FtnoHesapprspliatbasS
their lowest or near-lowest marched in the streets to protest oJ showing some affects of the poor no fruit at'all. Items wjfcljareYsahojhelong-tenii, boa
'weather conditions. However
levels.It health and survumloit
our hyped-up weaponryand strawberry fields are still .looking One the Other hand, plants with low arrive! youniMWly expected

was a year of controversy non-productive tough talk good. Low'temperatures do not seem chilling requirements might leaf and sider'sit .which,4vfealhapp'rdpDTatennib gpjp: bbrrhatiiJWBMonffllO: ,

with volunteer firemen that seemed designed to rile to hurt the strawberry plant but exposed bloom too early during a cold winter for your purpose, and whichiahMoMrtlDsD

threatening to close up shop our enemies to action. fruit and bloom'can' be damaged. and loss of make bloom them and'subject fruit. to injury or suit the 1r e'.needs.',9fcBhBi/tlleiaaanO(!

unless they got more financial which you selected is cleared afoul ad* v&i)

support from the County.At But in spite of the Most strawberry growers are more -We have a new fruit crops fact sheet quately Just prepared prior taplarttti g' b 1i rtJ
what.'is
preponderance of bad in that covers these ansullabtelsita.Serf.
news concerned with getting too much rain aspects of dooryard
year's end, however, all 1981, we can still muster'up a 'or water In their fields than they are fruit production. It also lists' the elude tree? Some the size of of the the consideratiorbiMqnaJ tree
at
; maturttjlaneJ
firemen still the with the cold species and varieties of fruit trees
were on job somewhat muted temperatures. Excess'
"Happy
will it invade the roof of house IrtwOteen
and in Prison violence continued water can cause'root damage to the that can be grown in our area. Call or my
better spirits, awaiting New Year" on the basis of a years from now.what about ele-"li,dt
come by
unabated and Starke plants that will affect later fruit your County Agents office
preparation of a new or- was few more cheerful items. duction. pro- and ask'for a free copy. trio lines, septic and water lines? iJs"l
dinance levying a special rapidly becoming a householdname < Many trees also have Individual en- wnl::

assessment on property in the 'throughout the nation Bradford County has apparently Speaking of fruit production this is Don't let the weather keep you from vironmental characteristics which m'3.:
because news services your plans and preparations'for your they prefer. For example: Dogwood w<)
placedthe escaped 'so far the '
unincorporated areas to pay the best time of year to set fruit trees. ,? d
home soil
The prefers a with adequate amounts
garden: area needs to be
dateline
"STARKE" on dire effects of the 'recessionthat There are several kinds of fruit which
for fire protection.The at"t
selected, a soil sample taken and land of calcium and a fairly deep, well
: every Florida State Prison has gripped some parts Of can'i be grown successfully In our preparation started. If the area needsa drained characterise Although this js.'*. *

New Year will also murder, execution, or rape. the nation. The County Zoning area. You can grow apples nec- liming material; dolomite or lime generally' inconsistant with most-l71:'

have its share of controversies Meanwhile, crime control remained office reports an upsurge in tarines simmons, pears, plums, peaches, and, some pecans citrus, per- needs to be applied soon as possi ble: areas in'Bradford County; with ade- "'f-'

with opponents of drain- low on PresidentReagan's building starts this month varieties if quate care they 'will continue to''be ""O
have time
thespace,
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ing Santa FQ Swamp for peat and desire.. "
priority' list, with after a brief slowdown in Ocjtober gardening Information that covers all enjoys a.fairly moist fertile soil but 'M
mining ready to fight againstthe federal funds and personnel and November. Plans areas of gardening. One circular that grows relatively slow. This age '"''.*

Georgia-Pacific proposal-- being cut instead of increased for a new health care facility Fruit growing can be an interestingand every gardener should have is Circular grevates most 'homeowners who 'Jra
a controversy that on rewarding hobby which No. 104. It covers planning soil desire a tree to into beautiful :J.'Il
may go as they should tie if the tidal that should put our county on vide fresh fruit at 'the' will/ro. grow a
for'several before its '" preparation,-liming, fertilization, irrigation flowering tree. 'M
final settlement.years wave of drug traffic is to'be par with the best in the area maturity. weed control, insect and The area selected must be cleared *u
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controlled. are 'under discussion as we disease control. 'and adequately prepared. This In1M
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enter the, new year. No one Selection of adaptable species and cludes'relieving the soil from sod .. w
It' also' of any
was a
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year disappointments variety Is critical to Most .
And dooryard fruit important is the
where
are we headed can take away our Florida circular or grass within the Immediate area S1twone
; as -Starke s economically Ask ten"experts" production. Make sure you select a which has the listing of crops and to two feet from the planting site.':'c
highly-touted wood-burning '. climate, our sunshine, our variety or species that has the proper varieties, spacing of plants and rows, This allows the seedling to receive lK
generator seemed stalematedat and you'll get :ten comparatively clean'air, and chilling requirements and cold hare. seed planting depths and expected maximum nutrients and moisture'; J "a

year's end due to "bugs" in different answers. our freedom'of speech and diness for our":area; ." yields. Get your copy today. available within the immediate area ,"."

its' generating capabilities, The year starte'd with high' movement ,These;are bless- .. .. \ during the critical: period of ;if.l\)
; r.1
; development which Is' the''"
ings that many:peoples of the during
and was returned to the shopin hopes that Mr Reagan knew seedling ,rntb
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world do ntft .3
Punnellon, where it was what he was ,talking about enjoy. How can I care for my seedling so it 'M'

fabricated, with no progress when he promised a balanced Our itilr \ ; remains healthy? This will be a 10
world is itp.
.changing- i : discussed in the next ;wlllJ
reported in recent weeks. budget by 1984, after promis- faster than 'of article for tree
many us would improvement in the
Certainly a' "summit ing, during the to .., ,, greater Starke I
campaign, like, but we must 0. "p' INw \ T area. Citizens please 1QI'
meeting' "would be in 'order do it in 1983. Now he isn't what adapt. to ,'N19! I shovels!I man your n.8I
we cannot halt. This is
after the 'first of*the year to making any promises and the' thespirit: with which we must ESTA/ySHEP J i i9.. M l
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First Baptist ELLI Ii

Calls Minister Hodge and Son
; Holidays on a
Of Education
a 1- Ports
Douglas M.Sides has been called by ii Thomas in the
i the First Baptist Church in Starke to ( ; Juan, Puerto
be their new Minister of Education. the Bahamas.
Doug and his wife, Donna'are both visited L.S.
alumni of Oklahoma Baptist University -
Doug has'recently graduatedwith
mer. his masters degree' from
McDuffie and
Southwestern Baptist Theological Mr.*:Mrs.Joseph
the Christmas
I Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.'
McDuffie's
Welcome Doug and Donna.
: O.L.. McDuffie
i.Debi. f Joining the
Jim JohnsSp.ak.rFor weekend were
Final' SJF.C.C. Mrs: Jackie
V t Ohio; her
Pine Laval BaptistThis Mr. and
'
The Santa Fe Community College and
Wednesday night Dec. 30th, Starke Center Office will be open for ,include her sister and son
Jim Johns'will'bring the message in late registration next Monday, Jan 4, and
Mrs.
the mid-week service at Pine Level from 8 a.m. to'3:30 p.m.and from 8 to Speech Butch
Baptist Church. Jim who is the son of a pm.: and Josh of
Overstreet Mr. and Mrs. M:L.'Johns of Lake Classes for the Winter Term 'Will ;
Mike Prescott Butler,* is a, graduate of Bradford begin on Jan S and run through April.
1. High School. He served 4'years In the jfiji. History,
Air Force"and is now'a senior in the A morning class in English
Debi Overstreet, Bible Baptist College in Clarks Sem- Literature will be offered on Mondaysand No '
mett, Penn. His wife Yvonne Is from Wednesda a. \Dyone'over 60 can register. I
r Mikado Michigan and is the. take this and all other Santa Fe For
Mike.Prescott daughter of a minister. courses without charge. Cindy
Upon his graduation from college -...
Jim plans to enter full-time Christian
To Wed Feb. 6 service as a minister.
The service will-began at 7:30: P.M.
and everyone is invited to attend: :: :

Mr.and Mrs.Maurice Overstreet of BIRTHS
Keystone Heights announce the : :
BHS Class of 72 "
engagement of their daughter, Debito I:
Michael Prescott, son of Mr. and To Hold Reunion T
Mrs. Vaughn Prescott of Kingsley
Lake. Planning MeetingThe

The wedding will take place' Bradford High School class of Aurora LeDawa Warren
February 6; 1982, 'at 7:00 p. m. in 1972 will hold their first planning Cheryl Warren of Starke announcethe Mr.
Highland Baptist Church Lawtey, meeting, for their 10 Year Reunion. birth of a daughter- Aurora' Tulsa
Florida. Tuesday, Jan. S, at 7:30 p.m. at Lee: LeDawn Warren on December 19, of their
No'invitations are being sent, but Spark's home, corner of Water and. 1981 in the N.A.S.Hospital in'Jackson
all friends and relatives are invited to Jefferson Streets Starke. ville.Maternal -
attend. All ,those interested in helping and Grandparents are Betty B.
taking part in the 10 Year Reunion, and Jack Warren Starke. Maternal
to attend. If unable great-grandparents Laura and '
are urged to attend (
Jew Year's Eve Party. and you would like to help Michael Warren of Jacksonville.
it' Kingsley Lake please call Lee Spartks at 964-6330 or
Lee Hardenbrook at 904-6280, Ext 215
Members of the Kingsley Lake Pro- or 964-6775.
petty Owners Assn. and guests wtllhaie Community
a New Year's Eve party at the W.T.,Weeks Chapter
Civic Center Thursday Dec. 31, star- U.D.C. To Meet
ting at 9 p.m. Set-ups and snacks will
be provided. The W.T. Weeks Chapter. U.D.C.
by Elizabeth Walker
will meet on Wednesday Jan 6, at 3 i
Phone 964- 683
P.M: at the Western Steer Steak .. .. i.j:.. All,_ '
+ 1tvlie" !!"U"11' 61.'''rrur' I'I"','House with Mrs. Elzie Sanders and Legion' :t
U' 'Jri n'"Hllln.( ., ,', .. Card of Thanks: "
: iMrsuKennethGrklerhostesses '
thJy ; :
The ar of the.,late'C14li h4I ..
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J im1ltl' .'. q o19mfn. m '1'. /g9nuiiI; 16 :jl'lWoman's I6' 'I rr lJ1. think' J"''i New'Be1 : : ...
......... nnlrtro' bl'll Ingtdif wishes'to the --'tfuIri.Y
friends for the many acts of kindness The ,
expressed during their bereavmentMay visit j; .
ClubMeeting Mt.
Hilitesby you; God continue to bless each" of

Mattie CovingtCn? will be
The Executive Board of the Starke Visitors
Delores Meng Woman's Club will'meet Wednesday The family wishes to express its
Phone 468-1915 January 6 at: the Western Steer sincere gratitude and appreciationfor Church: ;
Steakhouse. the prayers, cards telegrams,
Jocephus Band Entertains'JerryWadsworth flowers and other expressions of love p.m.
with Robbin and and sympathy shown to us in our time Board
Jody lned other ''members of the of sorrow. nual '
Jocephus. hd'the Ghost Riders Bandon The family of the late Mrs. Lois
a weekend when they enter- Tyson Hagan St.
tained art)the Prisoners Road Camp.in St.
New Bethel Baptist Church!
Gainesville;'' Willie
Watchnight services will be held at
ornixec\' iBuMeyKmttxto J \!\kllo-
New Bethel Dec. 31, beginning at 10 -
villetahtt entertained at Sonny's Bar-
p.m.
B-Qoe Restaurant)1 nooa a Iud ,..14'bl'8b.rille,8ttthda'jtPart I p.m. All members are asked to
> <:' .1 cooperate.' Reverend Cohen of First
:: Born Church will conduct services. cipation ever.
Cedll{>B d7' Mattheus'Was prls.
1 Sunday School 10'a.m., Morning NAACP ;
'
ed on 1 Worship a.m. The Youth will con- New
taa
wifepLottsein tibnor>of( 70tH birth-
presentwer'eMax"cus ft'w duct services. There will be two P.M. "
dayu4mdngtheas mllCeit t Ldniefof' West'PaJnV speakers. The public is invited.Mt. LeRoy
Moriah United Methodist
'' :
Beaehi Sunday School 9:30 a.m.. Communion
and Pan andiScott' 'Wilson of Waldo.vChrtitmaii .'
lun> rtl service 11 a.m. All members are '
** Holidays '
,
Glen>MatUieuri had Christmas"Evd', I ... asked to attend the Watchnight ser- Tid
vice at New Bethel.
dinnercwMlrhta.pttrents Mr.&>Mrs. !
Greater Allen A.M.E. Church Inc.
CeciliMatUieuSjm bncOnChristWias'Day. : HAPPY : ,
Bud and Louise Sunday School 10 a.m.. Communion St.
service n All members ask-
a.m. are
,
Visit
: to-Fernandina Beach to Gladys
ed to activities of
with the
cooperate 964-7731
their dagghtedund< family Ralph and I NEW the church. from 'a 1
Betty JttiLangfordf Ricky and Susan -
The fourth Sunday in Feb. will be
,
Mrs.
Langford and son,Todd;and Randy
the KED LETTER: day. Rev. L.:
Langfordj: :
GeraldClarice. Adkins had all 14d' Davis and congregation will conduct ,

their family home for Christmas Day
festivities 'including Mr. & Mr.
Emory Prevatt; Sr., Mr. & Mrs. lil"I
Emory Prevail Jr., and Emory III, P
Guy and Toye Padgett of Starke Mr. ;
& Mrs: Joel Smith and son,' Joey
Jchnett Steward of Jacksonville'Mr.' ,
& Mrs. Calvin Richard of Ocala and [ \
Walter Peggy Prevatt of BradentonMrs. ,
., Belle Brown enjoyed the
Christmas Holiday'visit of her son,
Frank Brown of Winter Haven.
Mrs. :Myrtle Watterson of Hender-
sonville, N.C. spent from. Saturdayuntil We wish-you
Wednesday with Mr; &Mrs. Kad .

Watterson. happiness andhealth'
Mr. ,& Mrs. Bill McClusky of
..Guatemala were luncheon guests of '
Mr. &Mrs.Paul Meng on Dec.23.;' Bill in the ,
was a room mate of Paul 44 yrs. ago
when both attended Kings Point MerChant days to 'come.Qlin'ft .
Marine Academy.Mr. .
& Mrs. Paul Meng entertainedall
their children and families during
,the Christmas holidays. '. 6
All members of the Francis Meng ,>"", \
roo ..
family were home for Christmas Eve i ,. ..:(..I"' ".
dinner, and the visit of Santa Claus nU I
Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Mott and familyof
Kentucky visited Mr. & Mrs.' 'il; Thank-you for your

Lawrence December Meng! during Birthdays Christmas. ", l patronage I. -

loth-Angle Mitchell, Martin Meng; Mo ii8Hiin.
19th-Sidney Dell; 20th-Leslie McKinney -: '
; 22ndDonald Smith. Jr.; 23rd- AI Young
Romeo Parado; 24th-Sean Smithf26thCauandra' Sate l ,

Fisher Joyce' Col-1'?. Vacuum by i
line; 28th-Randy Parade' Angea'Ford. Cleaners ,
& Kylle Jordan. c
Hampton Elementary School 4*'* I, Hwy 100 W. Starke ,fete & Service i specialty'

All students and teachers are expected ., 964-5606 :
back at school on Tuesday; 6 3 ML/JCU&:,: 301 f ; | tar MM
Jan. 5th. l pen 7 days: a week w.?.

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"""tMelanie woodd Gold necklace with 'Sweetheart Dance ot) Feb?:13.:;Watch for the Cheese and to do
.. "S heart. "Become a stronger'Christian for details I so as soon as possible. '
Thought for the week: ," ,f?
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\. : It you were on trial for being a > Diane Wood: A pair of Bassoon Your 'Student Council )has I been The Student ;Countll/ $ties to

g ): ; { s Mr/Aavertiser: ''' Christian... Would there be'. enough" '1 leans.. "Try. to make it through high registering students. to vote for future, sincerely thank'all th following merchants -
i : evidence to convict ouT ,
"
; < : ','school. .' elections. who donate*}: prizes I tor the
\ :. ,. Jeff Taylor: A Jacket. "Try. to Improve This is the first time in many years' "drawings: ;;Hardeeri, '1& radford
. g 11.'t, (;...1"t l'31" '.," IF I ', 'f Christmas the has been great this to realize year. ., my grades'1 Bradford High Students have had a Square Style Shop Wend. :;, ilsoh
.It has given opportunity
f 'Suzy Alvarez: Necklace. "Find a chance to ratify their school Constitution. florist\ MaqDonald/s Kentucky
i Wd: '*( ij-i i .it's true meaning, and to re-unite loved ''steady boy-friend." Our student council: has beep, Ffied Chicken, Stump'sll FloridaTheater

remernb&r 80 per cent of, what we read ones together. Santa' must have. Vonda Kay. Ayer, : Ring. "Be. more, very active'throughout this year doIng : in Starke JLerfa s. Tina's Lit-
And OpJy'2per' cent of'what we'hear been busy this year, also. For according ..out-going." fantastic things to improve:our: r' tie Italy TG..V.; 'Sunshine'Florlst,
that I had the'chance "
( : i to some students better WPXE' Janle's
Robin Stern: Ring. 'f'y. make, school Your support for it is essen Radio. Sandwich
I to talk to; he filled the wishesof ,tial. In that it is to Pastry ,
:. 'ti.l grades. everything striving Shop: .Montgomery
:
',i'.,it' ,:. ', ; everyone.He : Leather Jacket.'"To is benefit the Wart Pizza 'Hut, "The 'Mei4f."Store-
== '" ,, : >, AND to have left lots of ,Ronda Stern: accomplish to us, ; ,
:: seems be more aware of others' feelings." students of BHS. Kenwin Shop Jone's Craft S ) -
Christmas cheer and high spirits for Tommy Crosby: Stereo. "To pass tain D's Western Steer Steak Louse,
= asked their New Year resolution
Show when -
Surveys Mr. Miller's trigonometry class I In January the student body will be Bret &: Jerry's Athletic House.?-
with '
i each responded an answer : Oakridge Boys,tape, I -" *, ; \
The Most Believable reflected this. 'I have been Craig Sapp ratifying the Constitution. If you 1'1'
Advertising that only "
", "Try to read my Bible everyday." were absent during the.scheduled Boys trying out for, the 'baseball
' I ,.' able to contact a few students, and Kim Lawson Ma num P.I. poster; team' need to remember to',
! i Newspapers 42% is favorite Christmas :: registering week or if you have needto get a
here there
pre- "
"To lose 10 pounds. amend and request the opportunityto physical examination in order, to be
and their New Year's resolu-
::: : Television 26% sent register you must get in touch with able to start practice. '',: 1\"
tion: ), '
2 I believe we can all relate to these a: student council member for details
Ratliff A of beghl
Radio 11 % Tina : new pair cowgirl
,
'its
: resolutions: Happy. New Year The Tennis Team will of-
boots.. "I would like to to
i Direct Mail 5% : myself." try, improve everyone! 1 On Friday Dec. 18, the student ficial practice Jan. 4. at the)high

Joy St. John: Izod shirts. "To council presented an assembly for the school. Coach McGriff. ,Urges
students that had sold 5 or more itemsin everyone to be there. I" >'
become better friend .
a : rThe Art Club decorated the nursing '
the Cheese and Sausage sale. A
THEN
Watterson: 'A bear
Mary teddy ;home for the It
holidays. looked so
All and Juniors In-
film shown' Lorenzo, Sophomores
was starring
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f. named "I would like to
"Hugle.
try cheerful, and added
really a lot to the '
Your Best Advertising Buy Is Your Local Newspaper to become easier to get along with."' home 15 club members also went Lamas, and Maureen McCormick: terested in being staff considered need for nextyear's
After the film the drawings for the yearbook to plan to
Jennifer Nix 'Adidas
: Warm-up
: Bradford skating in Orange-Park before the prizes donated 1 by local merchantstook take Journalism I the second
County Telegraph Suit. "Start runningregularly, and Christmas break.
semester. This semester'
in place. Due to lack of time, the one course
keep shape.
,,i Call 964.6305 for: help In preparing your advertising Carmen Eaves: A ring. "To attend The FFA will be getting for students weren't able to stay for the is a pre-requisite for those selectedfor
ready
i (Source Opinion R. arch church and to to to entire drawing. If you are one of the the 1983 Tornado staff. See one of
** Corporation) more try "go more Dairy, Livestock, and Poultry' judg, students that was eligible for the the counselors about this. Freshmen

::1'i youth. Blaine activities Dyal: at A church.waterbed, and an 'are ing. They are looking for,judges and drawings and think you might have may also apply for the annual staff

i autographed footbal from the Gators. animals.working on qualifying. the won something, check with Mr. Har- for 1983. Those selected need to enrollin
I ris in Room(1602)( ) during the first Journalism I for the fall of
week when we return to school. 19821983.

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::1 i Waldo Recall Election Set' I IWaJdo

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]IEAGLEI voters will return to the polls council was Charles Hall. .-
Yi.w Feb. 4, 1982 to determine whether to Manuel Youngblood won a runoff

t t s retain or replace two council. election against H.C: Baxter to,fill the
members in a recall election. final council vacancy;
ii .
Start the off with A petition charging councilmen Youngblood, and' former' councilman -
.:=.. new year : Vincent Bostwick and James Percy Carl Beggs were convicted of
; violating the Florida Government In
i prejudice the Sunshine Law last year They
ii tive decisions has garnered the were suspended from office for the remainder
; savings necessary. signatures to prompt the of their terms and fined f 10.
recall.. Youngblood and Beggs'wer ',both
,i defeated in reelection bids last year
i Incluuded! in the petition's allegations by Thomas and Bostwick.

''s thursday friday & Saturday was former mayor John Hugue- Youngblood's and Beggs' names both
lye Huguely will not be included in the appear.. on the, petition against.
: recall, as' he was defeated' in his Bostwick and Thomas.
reelection, bid Dec. 8 by W.D. To date nobody has applied-Yor
'fi pAY Nicholson. Nicholson had resigned qualified to fill the'vacancy
I it ld YEAR'S i from the council to ran against may arise if1 either'.councilman/is
1JE Huguely. recalled. When citizens decide wheteror
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Lois Carter. The home of Miss Priscilla Tanner son, other daughters, Marie, Annette, Mrs. George Shuford and John. Mr. &
I I Lawtey News Mr. &: Mrs. Bruce Crapse and family -"/ .'' was the setting for a bridal shower for Cora; Judy and John were Christmas Mrs. Leon. Starling,stopped in the
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Ceballos and family -, Miss Renee Crawford bride elect of dinner guests of their' parents,Mr.. &, evening after a trip to Lakeland,,
', ,and Mrs. Mary Menote of Jackson'ville John (Sonny) Zack. Approximately Mrs. Bill Crouse.
and Mr. &'Mrs. Gary Wheeler 30 guests attended the affair given by Mr.*Mrs.:Charles Carter& family, (Note: A few leftover Lawtey New
by Elizabeth Terry Elizabeth Terry spent three hours at and daughter were Christmas dinner Mrs. Paul Bennett, Mrs. Erie Biggs, Mr. & Mrs' Lane Carter & family notes will be published in next week's ,;
Phone 782-3300 the Zayre Skating Rink and came guests of their parents, Mr. & Mrs. M. Miss Joan'Dyal and Miss PrtecUJa Miss Debbie Phillips of St. George Telegraph). ,.
back to the Futch residence for Ice D. Crapse, Sr. Tanner. The ChrIstmas theme was Ga., and Mrs: Lois Carter were 1
Church Activities: cream and cake. Other guests were Mr. '& Mrs. Leo Dyal were used in' the decorations. Several Christmas dinner guests of Mr. &, t
Grace United Methodist Church Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Farnell, Mr. & Mrs. Christmas dinner guests' of their games were played 'Refreshments __-____________ _.'_-_-._' -_-_ j.0
had their Annual Christmas Programon John Kleson, and Mrs. Beckie Pack brother-in-law and sister, Mr. & Mrs. were served and the hostesses 11
Sat. night,Dec. 19. TbePlayentitled and daughter, Naudie. McNeal and family of Jacksonville.. ,presented Miss Crawford with a IiHAPP.Y
"The Greatest Gift"was presented We are happy to learn that Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. M. D. Crapse, Sr. were toaster in honor of the occasion. .
by the children. Refreshments and a Ray Rosier was*able to return home dinner guests at the Western Steer Mrs. O. J. Phillips and son, Danny ,; u
visit by Santa were enjoyed 'by Wednesday from Union Hospital Steakhouse on their 33rd Wedding Anniversary spent Tues. until Sat. 'With her
everyone present. Lake Butler. Mr. Ray Rosier will go on Dec 20th. daughter, Mrs. Fate Redd of Macon,
Personals: in the same hospital on Dec. 28. Our Johnny DeVore of Tampa, spent the Ga.
Friends of Michael Starling regret prayers are with both of them. Mr. & Christmas holidays with his mother, Mr. &: Mrs. Reggie Norman of
that he'broke his left collar bone at Mrs. Buster Bennett visited them on Mrs. Pauline DeVore.Mr. Ichtucknee Springs were guests Wed. ,
school while wrestling. He went to Saturday, Dec. 26th. & Mrs. Billy Dobbs and until Sat. of their parents,.Mr. & Mrs._ i
Alachua General Hospital to have it Mr.: & Mrs. Virgil Griffis and daughter Chris, and their soninlawand Truman Norman. it'1'
set and a brace put on it. He came children, Mrs. Maines Griffis and daughter, Chief and Mrs.. Wayne Mrs. Carl Prevatt was a Christmas c+ .
home afterwards. Our prayers are children, Mr. & Mrs. Denny Griffis Gustafson and family'of Pensacolawere dinner guest of her grandson 'and ,
with him. and' family and Jeff Bedenbaurh of Christmas dinner guests of their daughter, Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Normanand
Mr. & Mrs. D. O. Brown and Palatka were Christmas dinner parents and grandparents, Mr. & family. _
daughter Shawna spent the'weekend guests of their mother, Mrs' Nellie Mrs. Arlie J. Dobbs. Mr. & Mrs. Don Henley of Spr- NEW
with their sister Mrs. Margie Whit- Wilkinson. Guests for the afternoon Henry Hodges and son Hank, spent ingfield, Mo. and their 'daughter
field in Tampa.Mr. were Mr. & Mrs. Bob Daley, Mrs. Saturday evening with Mr.: & Mrs. Sheila'were Christmas dinner guestsof !tEAR !
& Mrs. James Lamont and son Robert Smith and Mrs. Cindy White. Jerry Glance of Palatka. their mother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish.Mr. .
Troy, have moved down here from Indianapolis We are happy to learn' that Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake J & 'Mrs. Doss' Higginbothamwere .
Ind.; and will. live near Henry Smith was able to return home Worth wpent the Christmas holidayswith Christmas Eve dinner guests of Best wishes
their parents; Mr. & Mrs. Henry from'Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville their parents, Mr. & Mrs. Her- their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. &
Smith in Lawtey. We welcome themto on Christmas Eve. Our prayers are mie Kelly. Mrs. Glen Shuford and Nancy.
our town and hope they will be hap- with him. Mr. & Mrs Dave Kelly and sons, Mrs. Wendie Smyth and daughter
py here. Mrs.Daisy Boch was a Christmas Justin &: Brannon of Jacksonville Elizabeth of Jacksonville arrived: Mr & Mr*. R.Y. Durranoe,
Vincent Stills Foster, son of Mr. & dinner guest'of her son and daughter- spent the long Christmas weekend Christmas Eve and spent the Family eV Employasa
Mrs. Henry Smith spent his in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Boch and with their parents Mr. &Mrs. George Christmas holidays with her parents,
Christmas vacation with his sister, children of Alachua. Other guests Kelly. Cot. &Mrs. Wm. Wilson. The very best to. -
Miss Holly Still at Horseshoe Beach. were their parents, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Mrs. Sarah Hallman, of Keystone Mr. & Mrs. J. V, Edwards of all
Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Dobbs returned to Adams of Gainesville. Heights was a Saturday dinner guestof Brooker visited their aunt, Mrs. and many
their home in Huntsville, Ala. recently 'Mr. & Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Jr. and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. & Rossie Reddish on Christmas Eve.
family were Christmas dinner guestsof Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Other drop'in guests were Bernard many happy days.
Mrs. Wyolene Day of Jacksonville 'their mother, Mrs. O. J. Boyette Mr. Eustis Kelly of Keystone Rosier; Miss Jane Secrest and her atDurrance .
spent the-weekend with her sister, Sr. of Lake City. Heights and his son and daughterinlaw dad, Ralph Secrest,J.S. Sapp and his
Mrs. D. R. Brown and children.Mr. Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Sr. of Lake City Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Kelly, Jr. of daughter Betty Joe and her husband Pump
& Mrs. Hermie Kelly attendedthe spent Monday until Thurs. with her Milton, Fl. were recent guests of their and family. Also Bobby. McClellanand ,
Christmas Program for the son and daughter-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. son Jeff. NiosleyTire
Retired Teachers of Bradford-Union O. J. Boyette, Jr. and family. Mr. & Hermie Kelly.ChristmasEve. Mr. & Mrs. Cecil. Hardee spent
County on Thursday at the Mrs. Don Boyette and family of Mac- dinner guests of Mr. Thurs., Dec. 17 until Monr., Dec. 21 Co. & Supply Co.
steakhouse.Mrs. clenny were Monday supper guests of & Mrs. George Kelly were Mr. & Mrs. with her son-in-law and daughter,Sgt.
Jack Estes visited Mrs. Susan Mr. & Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Jr., and Donme Kelly & Mr. & Mrs. Johnny & Mrs.Mike Crapse of Hinesville,Ga. U.S. 301 S. 964-6600
Chapman and family of'Denver, Colorado family and their mother, Mrs. O. J. Torode of Starke and Mr. & Mrs Mr. & Mrs. Mike Sykes and
for the Christmas holidays. Boyette, Sr. Dave Kelly and sons, of Jacksonvilleand daughter, Crissie, Mr. & Mrs. Kevin
Jimmy Moore of Jacksonville-was a Miss Debbie Phillips of St. George, Mrs. Pat Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Newson, Billy Crouse and friend,
; luncheon guest of his mother, Mrs. Ga.,spent a week with her niece,Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Susie Williams. Paul, Mr & Mrc. Carl McKinley and
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1 Mr. Ronnie McClellan of Vidalia, AMERICAS: FAMILY Di UG STORE
Ga. spent Tues. & Wed. with his ) You're Going to Like
parents, Mr. & Mrs. Lee McClellan.
Mr. & Mrs. Scott Davies and familyof

Woodridge, Va., spent Christmaswith Eckerd's Pharmacy Service.
their parents, Mr. & Mrs. Ben
McCulley. r
.I Melvin Futch of Black Mountain, Eckerd Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals who are going\
N,C. was a recent dinner guest of his :4t VI to make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- education courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of develop-
man.Mr. ments in drugs.They always try to save you money by offering Senior r
& Mrs. Lorin Warman and son, Citizen discounts and generic drugs whenever possible. They will _
of Louisville, Ky. attended services at also save you time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs _
First Baptist Church' on Sunday. you need on _
They bought two acres of land near = r
north Dupont and plan to build a home
there and will locate there when they --- -----
retire. JJJJJJF//7ff1
Mrs. Genelle Underwood and son, ,(
oi Green Cove Springs were recent ,

guests of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. II' /fA

Earl Prevatt. .
Mr. & Mrs. L. H. Harper of Starke,

Prevatt visited recently their mother, Mrs. Carl I sp ial message. II : .c-It jNMII 'I .


Mr. & Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of'| I I IIlia
Maxville, were recent dinner guests
diabetics "
ot their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. for : pp., :; w
& Mrs. Glen Shuford 'and Nancy. I !
They spent a few days with them. efeylM.YIMLIMn
M "o'
Mr. &: Mrs. John Steele returned This month you can save more on diabetic supplies at Eckerd J. .

home recently after spending two I l and aid in diabetes research, too!
weeks with their son and daughter-in- .! "
law, Mr. & Mrs. Alan' Steele and II of' ,
.ellIMM t.* l ll.nECKERD
granddaughter, Angie Keith of Livingston
Tenn. II _
Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Waters and familyof II ti

Fitzgerald, Ga., Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur '* t I
Waters & family of Starke, Mr. & CLOSEUPTOOTHPASTE : y:
Mrs. Danny Waters & family, Mr. & II A PANTYHOSE'

Mrs.Buford Higginbotham, Mrs. Ber- I YI Y
tie Manning of Maxville, Mr. & Mrs. I
James Waters and others, and Lillie e.e.oz.B.Is .
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Mae Howard had a get-together at the
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home of Mr. & Mrs. Michael Waters I Save even more at Eckerd 1; bsaNN>> I
in Middleburg on Dec. 19th. 1a: II <
Dougherty Lt. Colonel and and sons,Mrs.Christopher James, I with these money saving B-D coupons! Wlthwhiteners.15'off label. Limit Price 1mNNN.h"HNNN reflects Choiceofassprledehedesiq Limit tooiq- I

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syringes where :
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parents Mrs. Nellie Col. &Wilkinson Mrs.-William, Mrs.Wilson.Daisy II : $2 SAVE 620 $2 ; : $1 $1 II j NEW YEAR'S RECD Y"E' lI'-'l11 d

Boch Lynn Boch and Jennie of SAVE .. ..
AND HELP DIABETES RESEARCH
Alachua,-Mr. & Mrs. Bobby Daley, B.Dwllidon..25'lod..b..a'chlo'.achcouPcon. 11 ALKA SELTZER :1
ON B-D ALCOHOL SWABS 1 MURINEEYE
:Mrs. Maines Griffis and children, Mr. III redeemmed $2 00 REFUND on 100 B-D LO-DOSE' .,CC i1iI
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& Mrs. or B-D PLASTIPAK- I 00 REFUND on pu'Ch..oIBOAlcOhoISw.baNo 6894 TABLETS
: Virgil G .ffis and family, Jeff Insulin Syringes Refund a'.o."allabl..on' B-O Butterfly Alcohol Swabs No 6893 I ; DROP
Bedenbaugh, Mr. & Mrs. Denny Grif- I $2.00 B-D REFUND I I I ; O.I-OZ.

fis & family of Palatka, Mr. &: Mrs. I' To receive, your$200relundeendyour n.m.Sadd'.aw'hlha, / I $1,008DREFUND: I '; 7 36 FREE PLUS...... 139 Priced Sal, ......9 94 2 0901 A
Larry White, Donald Reddish, Miss LO-DOSE' or ASTAAxname'name and order cui from ; 1 ssl+W Oh 0
the lUC -m flap of/ the syringe box top Send numb5-0' MICRO- 1 I To receive yodf$1 00 refund .ndyounam..nd.dd"w"h" 1 Relieves upset For irritated&tired,
Lynn Mr. & .
Whaley Mrs. .
Danny FINE I II.I PO Box Ne-ta 1. El Peso Texas 79977 Coupon' the side panel of the Alcohol Swabs bon 10 B-D Alcohol Swabs. ; stomach. Limit 1 .f.-F.'l: : Limit n .rnr'.q.QI
Luke & family, Mr. & Mrs. Tom I: I only' when consumer' S address indicated, Offer goodod I I I P 0 Son NB-Z19 El' Paso Texas 79977 I i '::. ::... eyes. J
Whaley& family of Tampa met at the I with" valid coupon only I'' ;. SWBTROBITUSSIN
home of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Smith for Name i 1AddresS .
their Christmas get-together Dec. I Address, I 1 .
19th.Mr. II I City State Zip, I City .,. Slate Zip I ; PEPTO 1q
& Mrs. Henry Gallagher of I I Void wnere prohibited" taxed or rtilncttd' Pteaie, ai'o* /nd 6*n....prohibited for taxed or restricted. Please' allow, i DM
I to rvtponse Offer l limited 10 one refund BISMOL 1
4 perOtter I
'to 6 for :
Deland visited their grandson and I $2 family, wMki 0...,e.p"response...J.nu.ry Offer 31 ..gal"I $1 IerMla: vipiret January 3t gal $1 4-OUNCB COUGH SYRUP
daughter, Mr. &: Mrs. Randy Roberts I ..,. 99 fcST"
& family, and their parents, Mr. & I1I -- - - - - aaa - awa.laaDePREE ; Priced ..... ReptoBtemoT-
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Mrs. Edward Roberts on Dec. 20th. /# #/////////////////////////////"HHmmmmNN/Nmm////u///////"HH////HHmmmmmNMNNNNNNNN'mmmN/ mmHHmHmMMNNN_ Relieves upset Priced :
Cough& nasal stuffiness -
Mr. &: Mrs. Clyde Wainwright & --WI "I'IECKER stomach. Limit 1 "Y y formula. Limit 1
family of Lakeland are spending their t
vacation and Christmas holidays with
their mother, Mrs. Wilma Wainwright I
Recent dinner guests were
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. & I MAX FACTOR pqA
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Mrs. Allen Brown and granddaughters If! ECKERD ADORN COLORFAST AO
Cathy Waters & Lisa Dur- HAIR SPRAY NAIL ENAMEL
ban all of Jacksonville, Miss Denise II ISOPROPYL .. CALCIUM J '
,,;;: : I e ourlce R.II.2.25 t..11
Durban of Ponte Vedra Beach and her l ALCOHOLST188 LACTATE Q1-' j 'Sal* 159 '.. '189
VITAMIN _. .,
sister, Mrs. Rebel McIver of Ocala. Priced .j. Priced to"... v.a
Mrs.Mabelle R. Starling of Macclenny II : I : I '00'. 129 au SOD-MO. 29' Regular ExtraHoldor Your choice l of 1F1
Sal
also visited them recently. l Priced* "... BOTTLCOP100 ,0.. .1 Extra.Hold Unscented assorted! shades. milt alb
Limit 1dDRY )
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'Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Monday 91%solution. Many ;:-. Tablet of
:.:::, ...: source Water soluble vitamin
until Saturday with her nephew and Limit 1 '
I purposes. valuable mineral. for daily use. Limit 1
niece, Mr.'f Mrs. Terry Futch and 8I rL, of0 Limit 1ECKERD i
sons; of Jacksonville Beach. They

brought her home Saturday and plan !aJ I IDEA 'I COTYWILDMUSK,, .
to meet his brother and sister-in-law, DEODORANTf COLOGNE '
Mr.-: &Mrs. Ralph Futch and family of t.soz.ere YOU IO
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Black Mountain N.C-at their aunfs 1 1 :l9 CHOICINe
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Miss Elizabeth Terry) home on Sun- -' j Priced ..... I II ".104.9J .>. tie ..15
day. The Ralph Futch family plansto I j .Antl-perspirant roll- I 1.8-oz.Spray,6-oz.: 4
spend a few days with their I on. Choice/ of 2 Body or 5-oz.Cream. iSA.4s
parents'Mr. & Mrs: Willie'Green. J types. Limit 1 1 Limit 1 eat
,Mr. & Mrs. Terry Futch and sons, II ECKERD I
and their aunt Miss ECKERDDAILY

visited Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Pack STRESS GO'S --=- PEROXIDE IRON I
family, Mrs. Cynthia McIntyre and ICX.U l0
friend on Friday morning and ex- TOUR 239 ::4 : '.OUN 40*. ,ace CRYSTALDISTILLED
sillPrI..d ale 249
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changed gifts. m/ CHOICE ". ,v.... Priced i.... NOXZEMASKIN ( '
Mr.& Mrs. Terry Futch Jackson-' Regularorwith cJp ( Dislnfectantforextert .. tI: Helps assure proper iILY CREAM '- WATER
vide'Beach hasted their IonChristopher Iron. Limit 1 wtTN iROA nal use Limit 1 ''Intakeof Iron In diet. I 10-OUNCE _: -. 1-OAL. (
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Farnell on his 12th birth Limit el* .459 Sale Sg
day.Dec. 23. Those present were: 1 j Priced .... .. NOI.- need ..e..
Mike.Wolf. David Tuttle, Joey Senn, Greaseless, mediCated Easy to handle plas i atl E
Haggle Hatfield; Mich Walker. D.J. skin cream. tic bottle.Llmlt 1 "'w' r IW
Adams. 'The above guests Mr.Terry Limit 1
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4-H" News .',! [1 .'. .: .

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Many 4-H parents have probably few suggestions for 'parents and .ing honest about your''feelings about
been poked and prodded a lot:lately leaders' to follow when helping 'a the project will prevent' lot of problems :
about what their child can do'as a 4-H 4-Iter pick a 'in the future. {
project to enter in the fair The question Having a pose attitude about If, after you reject the'backyardsteer 'f1.
'"Will you help me?" can be a something Is the greatest Incentive as a project,your child comes to ) )
hard question. for parents to answer anyone can have. If your child comes a standstill once again, simply look
when they themselves, don't quite home wanting to raise a steer iir the around you; If you have a backyard 1 :
know where to'begin. Although the backyard, you. know that't impossible garden,'have animals or live near a ,
specific project the child chooses will but be positive, try suggestingthat Farm or recreational area,try looking .
ultlmately'depend on him,here are a a.dog project may be better. BoP there'for project suggestions. 'f
People who have knowledge in ; '
ject work' may also be'helpful. Try 4
.
asking your''club's organizational .,
leader the*4-H agent,'local farmersor M!-II'-- .- __ _
businessmen or even your child's
favorite high school teacher for ad- New Masonic Officers Installed...,
vice. Your local library is also a good
Local realtor Gilbert Nelson, front center Is the new Second row: Marshal Mark Olin. Sr. D..acon'ernon
of Information Just lookingthrough .
source : turn Worshipful Master of the Starke Lodge No.35 F&AM.In Parmenter,Sr.Steward Jesse Myers J..Steward Dwight"
the card
catalog may up Installation ceremonies Treasurer Archie Tanner Secretary Herbert
an'interesting topic. Keep'in mind Monday night Dec. 28, the Elder.
following officers Installed (l-r above) Green.
were :
though, that not all boys pick *teer
Front row: Sr. Warden James Watson Worshipful Not shown: Chaplain Walter Lee and Jr. Deacon
and not all girls pick sewing
projects projects.The Master Gilbert Nelson, and Jr. Warden R.S. Mullins. Douglas Raley.



v 0- Tech News -- -- --- -- -
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Vo-Tech has had many recent Greer. Air Conditioning and Heating: alphabetic geographic,methods. ;and. Within the last year over 200 adults
graduates. Best wishes to them. in Fred Voison, Herman Crews. subjects. have participated in the G.E.D.
their new careers.' preparation program at the Vo-Tech
Five students successfully com- New Faculty and Staff: Center. Most of them are now
Business:Loreen Cannon-Book- pleted the Greg Record Control and Mr. Oglesby and the faculty and employed or pursuing further education
keeping, Kathy Baker-Mag Card'II.. Management Tests' sponsored by staff would like to welcome the follow- make possible through a G.E.D.
Zooming in to fake you off to an exciting Business-Records Control Maria ge- McGraw Hill/Gregg Division. The. ing new staff members: diploma.
mentBrenda Robinson, Elaine Ken-. students are: Elaine Kennan Edith Mr. Clyde Mattson is the new Students can take a G.E.D. practicetest
adventure of 366 new experiences! nan, Edith'Kennan, Karen McNabb, Kennan, Brenda Robinson, Karen paraprofessional. He is a graduate of free which will help them plan a
Martha Smith, Vickie Richardson, McNabb and Martha Smith.' the Vo-Tech Carpentry Class and a course of study toward a high school
Happy trails! Shelly Howe Bonnie Wilson,' Sue There are four tests; and each of retired Navy Chief. He is a residentof diploma. The G.E.D. preparatory
I Green, Sherrie'VanZant. 'Carpentry four categories. Extensive Middleburg lass meets mornings, afternoons or
I. :James Sewell. Heavy Equipment knowledge is required to pass each Mr: Tim Wadford is the new Truck evenings.
STARKE MOTOR Mechanics: Roy Frederick, William category. The areas tested were and Bus' Mechanics Instructor. He Enrollment is open at any time and
PARTS was trained in the military'and at any adult seeking a high school
., F.J.C. He is a resident of Orange :diploma is encouraged to take the
.
., Frank Young AccountantIncome Park. Class.
155 W.BrownleeSt.' Starke Fl. Mr.Don Hoverson is the new Heavy For further information call the
Tax Accounting Services Equipment Operator Instructor. He Bradford-Union Area Vocational-
is a resident of Hampton. His training Technical Center at 964-6150.
Ronnie & Janie Ratliff 3 ML N. of Starke U.S. 301 Includes military experience and

964-6060 64-5139 operating equipment for the school on Sewing students have been using
various projects. / their skills to complete Christmas

You're going- to'like EckereTs AMERICAS FAMILY DUG STORE Gift structor Ms.projects.Della attended Rosenberg the business Florida In-

Association Fall Work Con-
Business
famous Photo Offer. ference in October.
/ /- ["I Vo-Tech Faculty luncheon was Dec.

Twice ttve Prints i .. Get an extra set of prints with every roll of 16.Truck & Bus Mechanics and Heavy
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color or black and white print film developed and printed... Equipment Mechanics toured
TODAY AND EVERYDAY. [E' Mayport Naval Base on Nov. 24. Emphasis

twice the Film .... Get two rolls of print film for the price of one was on diesel engines used in
Kodacolor or black and white when you have your film processedat marine applications.
Carpentry students under the direc-
Eckerd's".TODAY AND EVERYDAY. tion of Dave Phenniger built the

Twice the Guarantee... Buy only the prints you want. No backdrop for the Nativity Scene in
hassle-even if the goof was in the picture taking. front of the old court house for the ci-

ty.New Community Education classes
will begin Jan. 14. Contact David
Smith at the Vo-Tech at 964-6150 lor
more information.

Gene Tanner, Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration instructor has been attending

., energy conferences sponsored
by the Governor's Energy Of-
,.,.. ''" .... 4teei The School Board is involved in
a project' to reduce school's energy ,I
f consumption.Gene .
t' Tanner is currently in the process
of air conditioning the high
school auditorium. Equipment
removed from A Building is being us-
MME / ed for the project, so the county did
OMIIS1eJiar
PEPSI ? 'not have to invest in new equipment.A .
shorthand class at night is being
-:':'7: planned and'is now taking names.
Call the Vo-Tech for more information

2-LITER RUFFLES KLEENEX RENUZIT SPRAY CASCADEDETERGENT 964-6150.

PEPSI;COL A POTATO CHIPS ,PAPER NAPKINS AIR FRESHENER Area Students Vocational-Technical at the Bradford-Union Center

"' ftg -OUNCE tPilo : SO-OUNCE 8 9 / received ticulture four competition Honor Awards at the Greater in Hor

.. e' 1 r 79 Sato S9 = : .6941 Sal I Jacksonville Fair held October 2131.

d ...... t .. Rautar1.29...... PrIced ............ ...... Priced Local students entered 64 plants and
with 2800 other entries from
$ competed
Refreshing b In shatterproof Great with dips.Limit 2 Your choice of snack' or beverage Your choice of assorted fragrances.Limit For spot-free dishes Price reflects the Jacksonville area.
pl..Uo bottt i'Limit 2,' napkins. Limit 2 ., 2HOME 20 off label. Limit 1 The local students are Barbara
Rasnick, Norman Coleman Jane Kir-
chaine, Bev Hoyt, Floyd Jacobs
vM Y, ., Shavon Cooper Jonathan Johnson
Janet Ford and Elizabeth Hodges.
ENTERTAINMENT --- Special Awards of Merit are
A POLAROID' -to rrne-zero 9-OUNCE presented for outstanding entries.
COLOR FILM Supercotor TUMBLERS CENTER The four plants receiving top honors
I were: Crown of Thorns Golden Bar
u iitfAt 1i TWIN 1 19 PACK OP It t1.aW.r44M 3499 rel Cactus Asparagus Fern and
..... 4- MelAarlA1..79CPACK toPriewl............... Jade. Bradford County entries
h ceo o0e, Sharper prints that Convenient drinking Hickory-look woodgraln finish. received a total of 38 first place 22 second
o Ic Wate r develop In seconds tumblers. Limit 2 place and 4 third place awards.
I gAt'J mlt 2'' Limit 1 The competition experience Is usedto
teach students plant care, grooming
shipping and receiving. Awardsare

11'1lJ11' 1JJj NATIONAL BRAND achievement recognition', for each students

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Notepad 'J3c f! 1r ( The winless Tornadoes were left off Thomas was 'listed as a defensive
I ,. ,.."; the first squad of'the 'Gainesville back.
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'r'.,,0,d. ,'gil.. Sun's All-Area Football team published Gaining Special Mention was'senior Ai'.
Sunday but 8 Tornadoes were men Billy Shannon, who was' a 2way'starter iL
Scribbles. i'/ <" ttoned In the honor ron; Just as Rehberg and Thomas,
.. ; were. The Honorable Mention list included -
Three Bradford representativeswere 4 more 'Tornado seniors: -
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second-team members. Senior defensive end Barry Reddish, defen-
Sports.Editor" Bruce Rehberg, a 183-pounder whoII.i sive end Chuck' .
Brian Thomas Billy Shannon Clayton NormanJeff Bekheii
< (2nd Team) (Spec.Mention) Hon.Mention) (Hon.Mention)
andw i I
...Florida Senator Lawton Chiles a UF alum, has given his vote of con- anchored the BUS offensive line from wideouts'Clayton Norman and;!Jeff
fidence to the Gator football team to be victorious over the Wet Virginia ': I his center spot and also played well i' Belcher., '.: j
University Mountaineers in the Peach Bowl Dec.. 31 in Atlanta (3:30,Channel enough on defense to end up second on State class 1A champ Mayo-
4). the team in tackles (with 72 total!), Lafayette which ended 13-0;shed
Chiles has made a"friendly bet"with West Virginia Senator Jennings Ran- was chosen as an offensive lineman r' .. class' 2A Chiefland which finished
dolph with the stakes to be'a bushel Florida citrus against bushel of. West I ... while leading tackler Kenny .Wright !().I,,dominated the All Area squad,
Virginia apples. ..... ((75 stops), a Junior;' landed the Maya landing 7 players on the first
Chiles quipped, "the measure of my confidence can be seen in the onesideness Bruce Rehberg Kenny Wright noseguard slot on the second' team Chuck Williams Barry Reddish team (Interestingly; none over 85
"of the stakes. After all anyone knows citrus is far more valuable than (2nd Team) ((2nd Team) and do-everything senior' Brian (Hon.Mention) (lion.Mention) pounds), Chie and 8. t, t
apples.

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...A followup on David Walker: he and his University of New Orleans mates ;
handed 15th-ranked Southwest Louisiana its first l loss; by a 70-65 count... : Final 81 Football Figures : ,1.; ;:

As could :.be expected, defensive catches Brian ti
.. 356 yards; Thomas 9 :
Credit Due for My Gator Photographer.
statistics far outweigh the offensive for 86 yards and 2 TDs; BlaineDyal 't'I
I goofed a couple months back in not putting a photo credit below the action numbers in a review of the slat's fpr for 63 yards and 1 score: 4 oJJ :
picture of Lawrence Patrick from the Gators game against Furman. That Bradford High : Schools justPas tng-John Thompson 188 passes tI
photo was shot by Brad Cox, a big Gator fan who carries his camera to all the completed football season. -85 complete-917 yards;.TD's.46.5 '!
UF games. Good work Brad.. The Tornadoes allowed 2521 yards percent interceptions.. ...
to the opponents 1671 running and Rushing- Emmitt Watkins 50
carries
..By the way,let us brag again on a local boy namely Lawrence.He picked 850 passing-'not too bad a figure, but 168 yards (in an injurythe -
oil interception in the big win over FSU... woeful offense managed just 1701 shortened seasonr); Randy Luke, who 1
yards only 565 on the ground and moved from guard to fullback when
...Palatka's 42-2 blowout of Riviera Beach Suncoast in the state AAA cham- 1138 in the air-and was outscored on Watktns was Injured; 67 carries'155 N
pionship game in Palatka (I watched, and it was a blowout, 21-0 after one average of 26.6 to 3.5. yards; Thomas 35 carries 77 yards;
quarter, 28-0 at half) made the total won-lost of record of the teams BUS Here are the Individual statistical Eric Lane 18 carries-64 yards: Your gracious .
played in football this year 71 wins 36 losses. That kind of schedule didn't leaders: -
make things anv easier for the winless Tornadoes... TacklesKenny Wright, 56 blocks-Fumble Thomas recoveriesThomas 2. Fumbles caused-3.Kick patronage has been
primary-19 assists-75 total Bruce
...Other state champs were Vero Beach (13-1)) an upset' winner over Rehberg 52-20-72; Mark; Crews. Wright 3. QB sacksBright 3, with muth'appredated.: .
Reddish and
Panama City Mosley (13-1) in 4A; Wakulla for the second straight year in 2A; 33-12-45; Barry Reddish 34-6-40; Kenapiece. Wright, Williams 2
and 13-O Mayo-Lafayette Co. in 1A. Palatka had the state's best ballclub. ny Bright 364IBrian; '
regardless of classification, say most observers.:. 28-12--40; Billy Shannon 26-1-30;; Don
Green 17-7-24 and Chuck Williams iJ
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...When Tornado Baseball Coach Mike Hartley says the Palatka.Invitational ReeelvlngJeffBelcherrlcatches'0 the year ,,:!
baseball tournament his team will take part in'this year "is about as 410. yards 1 TD: Clayton Norman 24 "
strong as any tournament in the state could be.' he's not just whistling Dixie. Save r,
The Tornadoes, the defending District 5-AAA champs, will meet a defen- $124.SmithCorona .
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the Held is Ocala Forest the team that eliminated Bradford in l last year's
Regionals enroute to the state tournament; Bishop Kenny, state AAA run- t I: '
nerup last year, ; Orange Park, a 4A district champ; and Gainesville High, a c. .9
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Rounding out the field (and meeting in the first round) will be host Palatka \,
and St.'Augustine.,. ."
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...Two other baseball notes regarding the top stars from last year's record- .1:)
BHS baseball """"" ''' .. ,' r.
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the Tornadoes through early practice. And Bill Goodge made the cut at St. ;
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nounced Coach Hartley. Write that down Oldtimers.:., -.

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"TXawtey: : <::;::: :'( ,:, : No Win in J34fi- i i TB,|nia8rbtocloaig. ; .. >,,for BHS

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$ '% A 0 The Tornadoes of BUS hoped to'get' ,,, i gamers! i ,aoung .scorer 'in impressive display of
'1 1'I 0 0 I 0 a holiday basketball victory In Ob* i"- toearheaded :;.' White targetry.

Wins1'fH&fUIWH.'i 'jn 00 0 9' .0 Bishop Kenny Christmas Tournament. pwhfld I it*lead'back out to -

00 ; in Jacksonville last week,'especiallyo! cutif backrto",'at 42' Thompkins 12, How 3, Davis 0, Bell 0,
by.rl ut & ( ..Williams 7,Banks' ,Carter 2,Klddlck
,when they lined against alsflKn QP9: ,
,&.*' :, H" up !- Xeq'v*... M. '
in the consolaffifiW1 l 1obd tali'mS it'ot as the
winless Ed White '-M"'7*.
game Wednesday night, but such was spread the margin back out to 1* S 11 r MI
TourneyThe 0'r not to be-as White crept by the Tor with Just a minute left. ._ Jl i) 7.
In th*Kenny Chuck
nadoes 52-46 Wednesday after tourney game ,
Thompkln II, How I. Davis 0, Bell 2.
.champ Kenny had tagged BUS 76-36 scored Bradford'sftrst 6,point! II. Williams 0, Pierce 10, Carter 3,
Lawtey Sonics won their own / Tuesday night. ,. '' then even he cooled downwhile; : .!.4*.

tournament In semlpro basketball 0 0 The losses left Bradford at 0-7, 0-5 ny never.did, Damping'in.(hots'from wkitM T Mta.. n s-is si.

Christmas weekend" action 0 at the RJE :. 0 on the JV level heading into the first J 1 -" ,_,,- I.,. '" L ....-: _-.,. .-.
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I gym.t 0 game following the holiday break- aTuesday i, "i '
'( ,was'an all-Bradford final as the Jan. 5, road game at North '' _
Paced the 0
Stonlesv by tourney's high- .0 0. Marion:Following the Tornadoes

*()Fet7'iCurtls; White; topped theStarke ,host a pair of the state's toughest AAA
Hawks 84-72 in 0
Saturday Live
teams back-to-back taking on
..plght'.finals. Green Cove pummelled 0 ': 0 at BUS and
: Oak Friday night,Jan. 8, ,
icksonville Murray 132-94' In theIird f 0r' hosting Gainesville EastsideTuesday
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place game '
night Jan., 12.
i Lawtey's White hit 26 in the ,
points In the tournament last week forward
[tfjiampionship test and totaled 101 Eddie Thompkins and guard
< points in' the 3 Lawtey wins, an : ? Gerald .Goodman continued their

average of 33 points. per game, including roles as Bradford's only real scoring

? a, 50-polnt explosion in a threats, Thompkins hitting for 12
t
"p-106-102= victory over Jacksonville injie
points on both nights and Goodman 0
i semifinals. Lawtey opened with .0 adding 19 points for the tourney.Mark t
.0' 'an 81-70 win over Burnell with White Pierce ,was shutout by BoDes but fJ __
bn
I''canning 25 points, B. Clark 24, and. W. 0 came back with' 1.0 points versus
Boss ., i .,
13."CIark
Kevin Howe chipped in 11
( White; _
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: had 52 points for the weekend ',0 ; White. '
8 against
points
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for the champions. J As Goodman it Bishop Kenny,
.-:8: : % put ,
the Hawks reached the finals witha 'Bolles for the
to
which went on whip F
69-56 win over the Starke Oldtimers -, title, "Just had to'much for us," but
'and 92-85 decision of Green Cove. '
a '
; White blowout. dI
0 the loss to was no :
Wayne Berry was instrumental in ,
0 The Jacksonville 4A school lunged
both wins, popping in 25 points, 13 on 0'O tin front 8-0 and 12-2 but BUS Coach L : :' wri
foul shots, against the Oldtimers, and
0 Mike Sexton drew up a halfcourt trapping
adding IS more against Green Cove.In 00 'e 0 I' defense and the Tornadoes usedit I
the finals'he led the losers with
16points'
halftimeas
to 22-16
to slice the gap by
to finish with 56 points for the .. o'_, 0 .
-- nww. a -- -- Goodman drove for a 3-point play?

weekend. Harold Chandler canned 21 Loose Ball Under the Boards.., and bucketed 3 more free throws. in
In the Green Cove game and had 38 second
points in the 3 games while Christy When 7 guys square off under the boards for a loose ball it's a scramble just the A Goodman period.follow-shot after the second -
like here where the Hawks and Oldtlmers. both of Starke battle for possessionin .
Chandler had 34 points, Eugene Blve half jump made it 22-18 butWhite's '"

1 33, and Raymond Blye 18 a 69-56 Hawk victory. hot-shooting'Jimmy Mullis .."....

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Governing Board of the Judicial Circuit of \\H THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Gilbert S. Brown male child born 26, June,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Division of Bond Financeof Florida. County Office THE EIGHTH Clerk Circuit Court 1981, In Cincinnati Ohio. .. ;......:.
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OF THE SECOND '
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the State of Florida Building, Third Floor JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN By Beuloh Moody whose natural mother Is ,' ,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ,
Department of General P.O. Box 1086 Tavares AND FOR BRADFORD Deputy Clerk Kimberley Ruth Adam; ;' ,
IN AND FOR
LEON FLORIDA., COUNTY Services (the "Division") Florida 32778, Honorable COUNTY. ,12 034tchg 12'30 and you are required to ,, .fJ;:;';'
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FLORIDA. where said Resolution James T. Russell State CASE NO. 81.418CA serve a copy of your )< -
dated November 3. 1981, Attorney for the Sixth NOTICE OF answer or pleading to
CIVIL ACTION annexed to the Complaint Judicial Circuit of HAYNES 'ENTERPRISES,, SHERIFF'S SALE the Petition on the Peti Driving Baseline...

NO.81.3021DIVISION as Plaintiffs Exhiblt Florida 416 Pinellas INC.Dbo.. tioner' Attorney, Tornado Gerald Goodman takes the ball the
OF BOND guard to hole against! Kil
2, authorizes the Issuance County Courthouse ,CAPTAIN CLEAN Notice I Is hereby given SALVATORE D.MOUICA White. ,
FINANCE OF THE
of the Bonds. The Clearwater Florida Plaintiff that I I. Dolph E. Reddish ESQUIRE 609 '
DEPARTMENT OF Resolution provides that 33516: Honorable vs as sheriff of Bradford N.E. 1st Street P.O. Box

GENERAL SERVICES OF; the Bonds In aggregate Stephen L. Boyles, State WILLIAM HARRELL and County. Florida under 694. Gainesville, Florida
THE STATE OF FLORIDA principal amount of not Attorney for the Seventh GLENDA HARRELL. and by virtue of Writ of I 32602, and file the Not
a public body corporate. to exceed One Hundred Judicial Circuit of his wife, Execution to-wit.: original answer or pad (more from pg. 12A)

Plaintiff Fifty Million Dollar Florida Courthouse Annex Defendants, Execution Issued ogt! of pleading In the office of
vs ($150.000.000)) for thopurpo..s Room 302. 125 E. County Court of Duval lrw Clerk of the Circuit
STATE OF FLORIDA. and Orange Avenue, County, Florida ...UF's landing 7 players on the SEC all-academic team is an mdicat ion hat
set out In this NOTICE OF ACTION pursuant Court on or before the
the s.v.ral Taypayers Resolution the Trust Indenture Daytona Beach Florida to a Final Judgement forBarn.tt 31st day of ,January the Gators won't suffer the academic ineligibilities they once did. Bettering I

Prop.rty Owners and. and the loan 32017, Honorable TO: Glenda Horrell 0 Bonk of Jacksonvllle 1982. If you fail to do so, study habits was a promise Charley Pell made when he first came to

Citizens thereof Including Agreement shall bear Eugene T. Whltworth. Rt I I. Box 17D 0 Florida and the (judgment by default Gainesville...
Nonresidentsowning
subject Interest at such rate or State Attorney for the Lake City Fla. against Thomas H. Harris will be taken against you Just got the national championship issue of Balls & Strikes, the ASA sol t ball
property therein.and or rates shall be dated Eighth Judicial Circuit of 32055 Jr.'d.fendant in the for the relief demandedIn magazine. Here's the places for some familiar names:
taxation
All to Others shall be subject to Florida P.O. Box 1437. or amount of $703.90 the Petition. Men's Super I- Jerry's of Miamilourth with Howard's-Western Steer winning -

claiming right having titleor or redemption or shall Gainesville, Florida 1004 Colley Road together with costs of DONE AND ORDEREDat it all and Steele's Sporting Goods of Ohio second..Howard's by the wa>'.
any mature on such date or 32602: Honorable Robert Starke, Fla collection. Gainesville, Alachua
Interest In property to averaged 11.3 homers,per game in its 160 win 15 loss season.
be affected by the/ Issuance date and In such years Eagan, State Attorneyfor 32091'r ," Have Velted and haveIn County Florida this h .,.,Men'.Major-: own.Green.l\lachlop tenth with American Fitness ol
of this *.6Br'ds' and.-omounts. and .may. the Ninth Judicial Clr-, ItJ ? my "possesssion the t\, day of December I98H Jacksonville 30th. Elite Coating's of Gordon, Ga.wasna.tional; ,champ,
''be sold In series to be cult of Florida. P.O. Box| YOU ARE HCREBi I !following described per.J11'i1i L. 4MURTISOWEI1S ;
Vans
\ 6f Miam 6thSherrod Jacksonville 20thMen's .
described In the Coir' tMj'U..s.toRide'Motoni; was
.
designated alphabetically .' 1673. Orlando' Florida.) t 'W f Dt'U'a" .a'"ctl 1l :: property to-wit: ." '-!';t>' "Clerk of the Court ot /
plaint and All Others to'b. 32802,' Honorable'Quilllan 0 Datsuns 0 'B InvitationalGainesville Tire was 3rd in the first try at a "B" nationals -
as shall be provided by for disestablishment "of 1'79 Yvonne Clark
By:
aff.ct.d In with Palatka Simmons A's 9th.
any way S. Yancey State 2dr ,
subsequent resolution of Lien has been filed
thereby. the Division adopted Attorney for the Tenth against property In Brad VIN: ,' Deputy Clerk Men's Church-. Andrew's Baptist of Panama City was 3rd Calvary Baptist

Defendants.IN prior to the sale of the Judicial Circuit of ford County. Florida KHIB310500959' Respectfully submitted.. of Paltka 20th in the tourney dominated by Texas Baptist teams.
Law Office of
Bonds. The Bonds are to Florida Hall of Justice more particularly As the property of the MOLLICA C VIPPERMAN" '.. Women's Major. P.D.S. Sunshiners of Jacksonville, were ,third wilh the

150000.000 be issued in coupon or In .' Building Bartow, described as follows above named defendantand SALVATORE D. MOLLICA Satellite Bch. Zephyrs 32nd.:The Tiftorf Tomboys won it.
FLORIDA HOUSING' registered form without' Florida. 33803: that on Monday, the Counsel for Petitioner Women's Class Orlando Stars took home the title Irom North Carolina
FINANCE AGENCY. Honorable Janet Reno 11th of with the Hollywood, Fl. Tomahawks 10th.
coupons, hall be Commence at a point on day January 609 NE lit Street ,
LOANSTOLENDERSMULTI.FAMILY Stat. for the 1982 at o'clock Youth State champ Martin Downs of Jensen Beach 4th (lie
substantially In the form Attorney theN 1/4 of SEl/4of NE one on P.O. Box 694Gainesville Tourneys- was in
HOUSING provided In the Trust Indenture Eleventh Judicial Circuitof 1/4 line where it intersects said day on the premisesof Florida 15-and-under while Satellite's Rockets state senior boys champs were bin at
REVENUE BONDS. and shall be Florida Justice with the Easterly the Bradford County 32602 ,nationals:Aly's Superstars of Miami which I assume was what was lei ol I the

ORDER subject to other terms Building. Room 600. 1351 boundary of Colley Road Jail. I will offer for sale ((904)) 377-8000 Banditos after American Legion baseball stripped some of the lineup I inished
._, NOTICE TO;,_,STATE OF and conditions as provided N.W. 12th St., Miami for a point of Beginningand and sell to the highestbidder 23rd.

FLORIDA, ..NDTHE 'in the Resolution and Florida. 33125; continue East along for cash in hand 13/174tchgl/07 Also, Hayfield Fisheries of Pt. St. Joe, Fla, was national champ in Men
SEVERAL TAXPAYERS. the Trust Indenture. Said Honorable James A. the Northerly line of the the above described pro- Industrial play:..
PROPERTY OWNERS AND, Trust Indenture and sold Gardner State Attorneyfor N 1/4 of SE 1/4 of NE 1/4. perty of said defendantto
CITIZENS THEREOF, IN- the Twelfth Judicial satisfy the aforesaid REAL ESTATE
Loan Agreement were 150 feet to a point
CLU DINi I qffNONRESIDEITS attached: to and Incor"pdrated Circuit of Florida. 2078 thence run South and Execution., 'm Floriland Realty

OWN- by reference In.i'o Main Street Sarasota parallel to the aforesaid Dalph E. Reddish BUYS!
ING PROPERTY OR SUB- the Resolution The Florida 33577; Northerly boundary to Sheriff Bradford -, t 'Ii' Phone 964-7700

JECT TO RAXATIOfcTV' 'Bonds hall 'be issued Honorable E.J. Salcine. the Easterly boundary of County Florida 393 N. Temple Avenue Starke Fl.
1S\ND Alt-1J ,
THEREIN ypursuant .to the proviSlo0s State Attorney for the Colley Road to the Pointof 12/174tchg1/07 I
OTHERS HAuINGQZ. .
::1 of the Florida Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Beginning
0"SAil
TITLE CLAIMING ORNTERE# IOIJQJ") Iff'" Housing Agency Finance of Florida County. and you are required to IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF well Plannd-3 Iff family home with all modern convenience -

PROPE$1W$ T Aaf(Chapter 420 Part Courthouse Annex Tampa serve a copy of your THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL on.5 plus ocres. Priced to sell. Shown by appointmini. IZ4c
B\J] .. VI,.f',Florida. .Statutes, as Florida 33602; written defenses. if any, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR .
FEC1E (# :
1SUANC4trRE DESCRIB&HEREIN.4&I 'it\' v.the" ,State Bond Act pleman State Attorneyfor .. d/b/a CAPTAIN FLORIDA refrfa., drapes and fleeter Included. Just 137.500.00.
:J.i"ALL '(Chapter 315 'Florida the Fourteenth CLEAN. in care of Case No. 81.2797CADivision A 2 Bedroom Neme with all modern conveniences. Nice
OTHE ( TO -BE'- 'A '. .p Statutes). Judicial Circuit of JOSEPH H. FORBES. Esquire : 0 landscaped yard en Paradise lake.

FECTED IN. N ,. The Clerk of the Court Florida. P.O. Box 383 Attorney for Plain. IN THE MATTER OF *J M Trailer with I acre of lend
THEREBY: b J 'zv !directed to cause a Marlanna, Florida. tiff. Post Office, Box 913
Flea
of THE ADOPTION OF: 1.65 Ac. lot across from Waldo Marker. Zoned lor
You. oAd.4ch yc'1and 4 of this Order to be 32446: Honorable DavidH. Gainesville, Florida trailers down
'' Copy COLIN MICHAEL BOWEN 5000. 25% 12% mtg.
the Stfe fliei ,"'Fiori,"Attorneys published once each Bludworth. State Attorney 32602. on or before the 10 Acre.$1100.00 per acre! 20-Owner. will hold mtg. : ., a'
St le -
through for the Fifteenth
week for three ((3)) consecutive 5th day of January 1982 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO at 13%. ,
othe First. Second
week,, commencing Judicial Circuit of and file the original with
Thilifl, Fourth' with the first Florida, P.O. Box 2905 the Clerk- this Court. Fath.r'Addr. EvenIngs! P1.... Call '
Fifth. SixtIJ S.v"h. shall West, Palm Beach: : Unknown Vernle Odem, Broker :1rr
which either before service
publication,
on ... UnknownAnd .
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Phone.
Eighth. Nynn_;;iemn.EleventhVfwolftrv Florida, 33402 Gal .147..
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than
not be less twenty counsel of Plaintiff or
Whom It
,' to
# Thirteenth May J.R. Kelly. Associate '
((20)) day prior to, the Honorable Kirk C. immediately thereafter Conc.rn' '
Fifteenth.t -
Fourteenth, date set for the said Zuelch State Attorneyfor otherwise 'th, Default YOU ARE' HEREBY k4LJ
Sixteenth hearing herein.. In the Sixteenth Judicial will be entered :I
against NOTIFIED that.the: Petition -
Seventeenth, Eighteenth (
Nineteenth and newspaper of general' Circuit of Florida 302 you for the relief for1 Adoption has ....RFRULKNER
circulation published in Fleming St.. Key West demanded In the Complaint
been Russell Vincent
filed by
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Twentieth Judicial Circuits I I _
Florida 33040. Honorable -
each of the sixty-seven, : .. Bowen and Cynthia Th
of Florida. are counties In'the State of Michael J. Salt. State Attorney WITNESS hand and
my _Williams Bowen' for the
hereby required to appear for the Seventeenth I rF
Florida. of REALTY
seal this 24th day of
before this Court in Judicial Circuit of adoption C.olin; 'C : _
DONE AND ORDEREDIn
November 1981, Michael Bowen, awhIle '
of the
the Chambers
Florida 600 Broward
Chambers at
undersigned Circuit Tallahassee Leon County County Courthouse, 201 I !3S4'7Sa8. [H Ii'

Judge at the Leon County Florida, the 4th day ofDec.mber. S.E61h Street Ft. .
Courthouse In Lauderdale Florida 0 t
1981.Victor ,
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Tallahassee Florida on M. Cawthon 33301., 4 .
the 38th day of January. Honorable Douglas L.
Circuit
Judge 331 lafayette St. Across from Wishbone '
_
o'clock P.M.
1983 at 3:00: Cheshire State Attorney -
and show cause, If,any I CERTIFICATE for the Eighteenth OFFICE HOURS _
you have,, why theprayers ),I,HEREBY' CERTIFY thato0 Judicial Circuit of -.- rLIrnI Monday-'Friday- 5. Saturday-12 noon -

bf the Complaintfiled true qnd correct copy Florida. Brevard County .
In the abovestyledcause ,of the foregoing Order Courthouse, 400 S. I,, 0t ,Office Spate for RentS ,
should not be and Complaint have Street Tltusvllle.
!granted,and the Bonds :been furnished by certified Florida 32780; BEAUTIFUL ACRES with chile' frame hpme'on MorganRoad.

}4/ proceedings'' "U.S. Mail to the Honorable Robert E. '
validated and confirmedas Honorable Curtis A. Stone, State Attorney for I eli 0

therein prayed: The ,Golden. State Attorney the Nineteenth Judicial I I 9 ACRES'$* Dowblewlde mobile ha..... Owner financing Thank You For Your

Bonds to be Issued by the for the First Judicial Or-, Circuit of Florida P.O. good location. 1
Plaintiff herein are cult of Florida P.O..Box Drawer 4401 Ft. Pierce 1 Patronage During The

described as follows FLORIDA', 12726J) Penocolar Florida. 33454: .1.33 of the finest acres you'll find. Close In but net closedup. COUNTRY CLUB ARIA 3 bedroom, 2 bath large family

HOUSING SI 000,000 FINANCE Florida Donald 32575 S. ;Modesltt Honorable!; D'Ale Honorable.tandro.Joseph Stat. Attorney P." 126 sq. ft. double wide with CHI A.3 carports utility room *J/. acre REDUCED j -J} J', : MBESSENT Year Best Wishes In

AGENCY: IOANS-TO- the for the Twentieth room .storage building large equipment shed all electric 'The
for
LENDERS MULTI-FAMILY State Second Attorney Judicial' Circuit of Judicial Circuit of a double ovens refrlgeretar/freeier w/lce maker ROAD- lovely brldk* ,home Call for Information. Days To Come.

HOUSING REVENUE Florida$ P.O. Box IS41, Florida P.O. Drawer D. large master BR w/klng she bed nice pine tree and '* ".>f ,, '

BONDS (the "Bond) to ''Tallahci..... Florida Ft. Myers Florida. scrubs 1J% Interest! I
make loginsv t Jending' '33302: Honorable JerryM. 33903. this 4th day of What else do you want' Check us ., we may hove It I CALL STRUT- Past hospital.. one of the nicer homes..Lerg.

Institution ,')o: enable Blair; State Attorney December.1931.HORACE ',. ..L : 2I.
them to ''Iri 'nce the
..tructlon'ef''newfnultl- cult of Florida !.O. Box Attorney for Plaintiff 4b4. : &. J' J.aU We have several building lot In town ,.....

0 family rental housing "1546/Uve Oak. Florida Room 453. Larson Small .reo..-I acre end up |\n various location,. NEIGHBORHOOD$ PROPERTIES t'IC. REAL TOR
projects In each of.the, ,,33060; Honorable T, Ed-< .Bu, tidingTallahassee.' :.H9(1.i"* .ftlo .""l: llt. :In ;rn lteI "

I sixty-seven coupler'fort:. :;,_rd.'Austin, State'"ANtorney ". Florida I ao",'" f'' t we'I" 'iner I'' ": }y: t IHappy New Year U.S. 301 South near Bra "< Square 9645231'M

the State of Florida' 0 I for the Fourth 32301 0 .'C'IlHouses J: .
parson and families of : I i t' ((904))4887481lV2l3tchgOl07' end t 1ISTe
fully tJu-dlclaF Circuit of'FloVldq .2V" .. o'A; .. fram $1,350 p.r .cra. ApertmeoNrV Rent. AS.f
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Tommy Hamilton takes a whack at the ball against close pressure by an a general meeting for all those ....
I I unidentified player. Others pictured in the action are, left to right, Scott Douglas, Raymond Weathers, Joel,Brewer, and Kelly Bigham. I BHS boys and girls interested in com- IekYolLRapp .:..;.:.
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Jan. 11, after school with Loper td
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team.. :I:
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that is, and according to Principal .
i Buddy Paterson P.E. teacher Men's, 'BasketballLeague '" ;
\ 4 Rick Ezell,' and a bunch of kids at Has Six ;:.
I C Brocket Elementary School it's the
coming game in the United States. The planned Starke Men's Basket :
4 ball League still looks like a '6-team .
Some 60 kids are taking part in a league, though a couple of the names .-r"
3-day-a-week;alter school soccer pro have changed. ".
gram headed up by Paterson at The Lawtey Sonics and 1st /
Brooker and judging by the smiles on t Methodist Church decided not to enter / .. \ "
their faces the kids: can t get enough ot but a' team from Hampton and
the game that has caught on big in the another put together by Jim Lewis tPA.d 1
youth age groups in bigger cities like signed in to keep the list 6-strong. -
Orange Park. I Already in were the Starke Hawks, -,i.
"The kids love it, everybody gets to Jackson's Building Supply, LWCI. ui&2Pastry .'.
play and everybody gets'to touch the '.ww'1'" : aM'' ?! b N and a team put together by Randy. :..':-:.,
ball," Paterson said as he watched an Jones. |I' .;::
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.= game .
r He plans to trim the long list of players :.V; I
I into teams after the holiday break and Country Club Extends .-....'
i. set up games with Lake Butler,Lawtey., .... Membership InvitesThe :
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dribbles past Don McDavid and Joel Brewer. Stephanie Gainey, Raymond Weathers and Scottnn..oi. memberships for golf, social
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The Bradford Bassmasters held deep holes, or drag a plastic worm I hope that 1982 brings lots of happiness '
their December Tournament Satur- "deep" along those drop-offs. and good health to all. .", .:.",.- ., ,. ...
.day, Dec. 19th at Rodman. At this time I would like to wish Bass Wishes .It I '.'J' 2) ,
The Tournament began at good everyone a Happy New Year. Neil Crawford \ I-' 1 ": .
daylight and ended at 4 p.rn. .' .,
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Joe Riggs says it was so cold that 1E4r44d
ice'was on the rod guides, until 11 i
a.m. j ira
Jody Starling says he fished for awhile David Fenton
and called it quits.At ;
4 p.m. all bassmasters returnedfor V
the weigh-in. After the weigh-in, ANDBill a1 ,
Don Spencer was declared the win-
ner, with Jim McCrary placing se- Glennare
cond.. Don also landed the largestBass.

In behalf of the Club I would like to
congratulate these two Bassmasters. now employed by
Rodman is rising. It should be backto
its'normal level in a few days.
The January Tournament will be
held Saturday; Jan 23. Location will Griffis & Sons Fiberglass
be voted on at the Jan. 5 meeting. The
Jan meeting will be held at the
%puthouse in Orange Park. on US 301 North l
--The February meeting will be at the /rb
Two Buck Hunting Camp, and will bea Specializing in Mercury Outboardand
Fish
Fry. r rM
Bill Tilley has been landing some Mercruiser
nice bass during the past two months. '
Joe Riggs landed a 10 pound black Repair & Maintenance ;
bass at Rowell Lake Dec. 13. I .
Julian McRae and his father have 8 Iii 5 WORLDS EE-
Open thru
been having some good luck too. Monday Saturday .
Well it is getting close to bedding .
time for Bass Specs, etc. Now 'is a
good time to soak a shinner in those
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By Tony :
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f BCT Staff Writer five-year period, the courts may o
; "Should auld acquaintance be award a Jail term of not less than 30 % -
i! forgot ,.Bartender fix me up'nother days or more than one year and a fine eTA
of The driving privilegeIs
.1 round one for the road. ,', alssorevoked
: ; .Y: Sound familiar ,for five yearsthat's. .
"s A few minutes later, and our mandatory '
:, anonymous, but Intrepid and 'inebriated A.notherconv1etion after a ten year u l
: hero may be on the side of period without one Is treated as a first : : ANALYZE
j the road somewhere,.singing another offense;insofar' as the law" )ta concerned. '.

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In 1980,the latest full year available .Pretty expensive social drinking.But 'I
c for these figures, 61,029 motorists in now,take a look at the less visible ON
, :.' this state were arrested for violationof "hidden costs."of a DUI. MOOD AlOg01
Florida Statute 316.193: Driving The statute provides in subsection
;. under the influence of alcoholic (5) that at the discretion of the court,
beverages, model glue or controlled in addition to any imposed fine an of- ti b
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substances.. fender may also be required to attendan OFF
: That figure, provided by. the alcohol 'education. course
: Department of Motor: Vehicles in (specified by the court) and may be OFF
Tallahassee, indicates a marked in- referred an authorized for a. .
2 agency
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: crease over'the 55,836 DUI arrests in alcoholism evaluation and treatment .,.} ,f) I.). 10 ,;
r' 1979. and shall 'be expected' to assume
reasonable costs for such treatmentand
5"1. 'II,." "
evaluation.A e ,,
61,029 Floridamotorists .1- .
DUI (or DWI; the terms are In- ", .
terchangeable according tcr the DMV) afterwards. Thes rates'are the same "If, by a'driver's appearance or actions '; \.
; werearrested conviction usually means automatic for a'married. female. under. .the age ,. I think he(she) is intoxicated, I ..'. .
:: cancellation of car insurance in of 25. ask that he perform a simple roadside f.c .
most cases. your. Okay, so I've had a few, and I get,. sobriety test" Abrams said, : t:' 4J)
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No sweat, just get on with another stopped., ,What happens then? "Walking the line touching the nose" .
: insurance outfit. Then you find out "A police officer must have probable and following simple instructions ,
DUI last year"Bradford that one oflhe questions asked on the cause to stop a vehicle" said "In my mind the arrest is made
new application asks'about prior. DUI William Abrams of the Florida : then and there; you can't un-arrest .
!. convictions.: Highway Patrol based here in Starke. somebody for DUI. The usual procedure + :!
and Union County did not Isr to take'the driver down to [!)
i followthentatetrendalthough'Clay Okay/'so I had a DUI so what? ":.This usually means that I observed, the Jail and give him (or her) the PUll .
: did. Seventy-six arrests for Checking with three insurance companies the driver weaving on and off the breathalyzer." *# roREsn
County (all of which requested to re- road;over the centerline speeding or a HT .
DUI were. made in Bradford County main un-named) the following holds failure to dim lights for an oncoming When you accept a Florida Driver '
1980 down from the. 93 arrests from' true in all cases for an insured vehicle vehicle following too closely" License'you have been deemed to .. ls" .;. ; .. NCE
; the previous year. that costs less than $10,000 '. haven given your consent to submit to :
; In Union County, 55 people were ; ", chemical testing for intoxication. If a .',
; ticketed In 1980 compared. ,to. 86 in A single male,under age 21 with full person "blows", a .10 on the machine __ _
: 1979. coverage :(in this case, collision, "A .10 on a breatha-' (.10 percent alcohol to blood), this is The Breathalyzersobriety
: Clay County showed 281 DUI arrests liability and comprehensive (fire legally chemical proof of intoxication.
: 1n 1979and jumped. to 352 in theft, vandalism')): It is, however NOT required to makea
1980. lyzer is not requiredfor DUI conviction. The testimony of test or breathalyzer won't Once testing is completed, the
; what if are arrested Choosing the best rate (from the help This driver is bonded the and
happens you. 'three insurance the arresting officer has as much you. just means an over to jailer
for. DUI companies polled, ),. weight in determining a conviction. A automatic revocation of the driving normal procedures take over. Someone
"-_ Florida law provides that a first he would pay$850 per year. DUI conviction" 410 reading only adds. evidence to the privtledge.And the officer fills out the unable to fend for themselvesis
_conviction for DUI is punishable'by If our young male receives a DUI a .state's'case. refusal card on the spot watched carefully ambulatory in-
"imprisonment of not more than six the rate Jumps to$1,554 per year. toxicated persons may be bonded out
"months or by fine of not less than$25 Confused? Consider that the use of "The majority of people I see take or released on recognizance. The
nor more than$500,or both. Not mentioned For insurance purposes, age sex There are also certain time when a drugs marijuana and other legal or the test," said Abrams. situation varies.So .
in the statue,but according to and marital status of the driver is'im person is more likely to be intox- illegal substances does not produce a
the Florida Driver's Handbook;a first .portant. For the same policy icated- 2 a.m on a Friday or Saturday ,reading on the breathalyzer: 'But a And refusing to take the test won't with all of this in mind, have a
conviction also) carries a mandatory coverage; and for the same vehicle, night as opposed to 2"p.m. on a I case and conviction may still be had. help 'you at all,' according to my. insurance happy and safe new year. And if you .
three-months to one-year revocationof the rates fall"to$605 per year for our. Wednesday -.<$o refusing to take" a chemical company.source.: : drink; please don't drive. ".
driving privileges,t ." good single male driveras.he is'between '
the aft+* of .,But the .,.... .
For a jecond eonyiwyitbb: : ;a. ', : '
thrJe-yeaf'' 1t" *ebef BoeS'batft IB he I1.SM Ube gets i ri MH MM I -
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from notices than ten days nor more, tMMwjgjfiigSmmRR
than six months and a fine of. up to. DUI.A'Second conviction within a three Buy in
$500 maybe assessed. year period jumps. the'rate to $1,900per INVENTORY
Driving privileges'may be revoked "t'
year
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-for a mandatory six months up to two $ ''
: A .25.would pay' 81 &
: years if the second DUI occurs duringi 1Iingle'male, aged
i five period. $260 with no*conviction; and $860 o\.pn
:: year Ie&R&INICE
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: Traffic Death

: =' Rate May Reach a leatreStarke \\oXWSCompare this 1982 OHLY

; ; Record High 9645451FRI.

r ;: Florida's traffic.deaths are climbing -
t toward a record year said the ., SAT., SUN. I. $1296
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-"Florida Highway Patrol today. 2301 all the
As"of Dec.17; 2,918 persons have IIAYC YOU SEES 12x60 Eastwood Model
been killed on Florida's streets and AimiruLATELY
highways Since Jan. 1, 1981. This is 39 '
more. than were killed in all of 1980. to need for along time. Set up & Del.
The present trend about eight pei"cent home are gOing
above the same period of 1980 .you
may put the 1981 death totatwell over
3,000 and will bean all-time. high for V)
: Florida: SXOWTMES:
Colonel Eldrige Beach said, "It is a Friday 7:00.8:50: Donftfauyanything
shame that traffic deaths dor not draw ,
the attention that more violent deaths Sat. Sun. 5:10.: 7:00. 8:50 .
such as murder get..If it could be said mgMMnM MggmoMMMMWM 1981 Sandpoint14x60
that cities the size of Safety Harbor or l until you
Wauchula had an of their citizens kill 301 Drive-In!

ed, it would probably. make. more of No.0450

an."One impact.large" city. received nationwide FRI., SAT., SUN., MON. all total talk to John Brawn

attention because of almost 600 Elec."Delux'furniture
murders committed, but five'times 'iROGER MOORE. deai.Regs11,869..30
thafmany will have died on Florida's JAMES BONO POTT pkg. Frost Freerefrig. He will beat any
highways this year; All premature ;
deaths,' regardless' 'of. cause are .
tragic." Primarily because most of $11 469 Come see him
them are brought on by mankind. and.
could have been prevented." PLUS .
'Traffic deaths are'not usually Set up & Del.. .
, .. premeditated and there "to always today
hope that motorists will come to their RATTLERSShowtime I
senses and drive more carefully to 1981

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story by Dave WhitneyA golf course will begin and Grandin Oaks in North Florida to office make Grandin Oaks'a success have '---
Syrian family who has been in- is scheduled to be complete and buildings rental-apartment projects already been committed. White j mature fish' including. largemouthbass. One of the highlights of the second ;
vesting in U.S. properties from Miami ready for play by next October: Golf and vacant land on which they .said. phase of development will be as:
made a $100 million entry into the course architect'Joe Lee has been retained are planning to develop. housing. in the Former Florida Gov.Claude Kirk is 'We have spent quite a bit on private landing strip, built to Federal :;':::..:.::
Northeast Florida market yesterdaywith to design the course and South. Florida area. a consultant to the El Azem'famUy. money since we acquired this property Aviation Administration ,specifications tVr** *
the announcement of the Palatka 'architect Bob Taylor has "The El Azems believe in excellence White is the son of veteran Florida !1 to institute good game- and featuring taxiways leading ::=
development of 6,800 acres in Putnam been selected to design the clubhouse. and quality-conscious in real estate developer and specialist management practices: We are not to the 'homes of Grandin Oaks
County. Scott Stephens, former project every project in which they are in- Armer E White of Ocala and Miami. permitting any hunting of any kind on airplane owners. 3535
To be known as Grandin Oaks the manager at Rainbow Springs, will be volved. Grandin Oaks in'Putnam The senior Whitewall be a special consultant the' property. In fact we have a "We've looked at a number' of ::=
land consists of 6,000 acres formerly the on-site manager of the Grandin. County will be'their first venture In on the Grandin Oaks project. I security force that is coming down developments featuring fly-in ;
owned by Deltona Corp., and an additional project community development and they are 'The Grandin property now is'most hard off poachers that we've caught to facilities for planned communities ::'::::::::
800 acres obtained in a trade "The El Azem family has made anxious that it be outstanding. 'The ly undeveloped. 'It is'hilly country 1 date" White said. and it's become an extremely popular w:
with the University of Florida Foundation financial commitments for in financing is all in place and the funds with 200-foot deviations elevation I!I' The first phase of construction, idea 'for"people who aSe'aviation :M:::::::::
The property is owned by and contains seven lakes ranging which White said will begin almost as oriented, White said. 532
Miami-based Grandtn Properties', size from 25 to 500 acres in surface soon as final permits are received,' Also included in future phases of ESS
Inc., which in turn is owned and con .-CLAY,. .,. area. will Include a clubhouseandsalescenter development, are a community com- "jssxs:
trolled by the El Azem family, l 0 Hal White said a portion of the property complex and the construction merclal area and shopping center, a i2 5
originally from Damascus Syria. "' TNAM which borders on BranUeyLake. I of the first 13 miles of paved roads .school. site, and three church sites. =::::
Harold tHat) White senior vice part of. which is owned by the "In the first phase of the develop.. Grandin Oaks will have its own j -E
president and a director of Grandin University of Florida' Foundation ment we can anticipate hopefully to architectural-control board to assure 'r::"= ?!
Properties. Inc., said the propertywill will remain In its natural state. That I start our marketing program in June high standards of design and con-
be a planned community development GRANDI r portion of Lake Brantley on the Gran I of 1962. It will contain 1,550 lots and struction of Individual properties.
complete' with an 18-hole golf : din property will be given to the will include a mix of the various Minimum home 'sizes, probably
course beaches and a private landing university., classifications of lots golf golf- around 1,300 square feet, will be set.
strip for airplanes. Emphasis is being put on maintaining related lake-front and greenbelt .he White said. ---
The property is located at the the naturalness of the area in all I said White said, based on his 25 years of
southwest intersection of Florida 100 phases of development White said. ,The overall master plan provides real estate experience Grandin Oaksis
and 315 and is approximately three I.t The only trees that will be removedare early on in development to have a ideal for many South Floridians :--
b\ five miles in area. those that occupy. the immediatesite developer-subsidized medical facili- who are planning'for'retirement and :;: 5
"Right now we're in the process of of a home. ty. There will also be developer- are looking to other areas of Florida if
submitting our application for the The property has plenty of wildlife, provided and initally subsidized '"particularly those of less density
DRI ((development of regional impact Including a herd of Florida white- security,"he said. where retirement life will be less e-. .
) study. We met last week with tailed deer and a colony of sand-hill :I. The property Is located 60 miles 'pensive :b
the Regional Planning Council in cranes White said a survey by the I I from:, downtown : Jacksonville and "This is also a potential second- '.
Jacksonville' and our master plan is t tlll; 4P Florida Game and'Fresh Water'Fish about "20 : miles. northeast of. home area'' for Duval County '
: White Commission the lakeson .
complete. said. indicates seven Gainesville residents" he added. -
The plan calls for a low-density the property are healthy with i! "" ,,1
development containing only 6,600 ........
home sites less than one residenceper '! '...
acre. Lots to be sold wilt be a .jl.1
combination of golf course, golf- I OIJJ?'! ,,'*!.. .. &hI .,./!.
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sidelines H ,a, creature called"Twirley.
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"lifetime! resident of Bradford
Couni y,Doll divides her time between
:her two favor 'activities: :4-H Club.
activities and; ,cheerleading.has .

.,' 0'. Dap' been';'active'In 4-H for ten
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years and last year was named the-
,:. ,\ Outstanding Female to'erln, Brad-
,ford County by Jacksonville Fair. Y
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w :''. ;". ;:president and -- -
District President, where .h e
.' represents this seven-county districtat The Real Doll Waters, I IDoll
the state executive board meeting.At .

II' 1 y the.state level she serves on two has been active in tion. "I ,want to become a dental Asked if there were any' special
h ''eom ttM8.:The first is the Membership cheerleading for,each of the last four hygenist/ she said. plans for Twirley alter graduationfrom
- ; '"..., I Committee,: c concerned with years; two years at Hampton Chris- It may happen that Doll may see a BUS, she says I don I think I

..' ,,, ...... boosting statewide membership..Theothertis tian Academy and the past two yearsat familiar face In a class or two over at can part with Twirley I've grown attached
,I 'f., kI ". ",;" ., '.' the Congress Committee,con- BHS. Since'transferring to BHS, Santa Fe.. "My mom is going there" to her. I know she will just sit I
".. 4 ds i .," 'cern d with''summer competition in Doll has played three years of softball said Waters. "She's just beginning around in my' room forever I guess I
.' various areas such as public speak handling the catching chores: for studies in education and plans to get a could help in the creation ol a second
." i ing, fashion review talent and other the Lady Tornados. Her limited free degree in Special Education." Twirley>

traditional 4-H areas. time is spent riding her Kawasaki dirt Doll's 'father is an analyst with That's BHS's Twirley- living
Dop| 'w.. delected and recently attended bike around the Water's farm in Gerogia-Pacific in Palatka Doll.

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Bradford County..: While there, Doll peaceful.:
participated. i!in' discussions in the An honor student at BUS Waters
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Twirley The Tornado'Outdoor .. areas of Juvenile Justice. The committee plans to go to Santa Fe Community
formed recommendations on College in Gainesville after gradua-
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youth employment, delinquents trialasadults -

and increased family involvement -
in youth-offender Foreclosure sale
rehabilitation. Recommendationsdrawn
News from this committee will be WHAT-' 2 adr....,Both horn,w>outbuilding"
On HALL LAKE
forwarded to the Governor and onward Victor Hugo published his
WHEN' Sourdo( ,Jon',HAM
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of 81. WMERf KWrlen.Hjlohlv Cod on Hlihmy 100.turn left on
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Dove Season Ends ofice of the Commission or by calling, -
toll-free: Panama City 1-800-342-1676; TERMS: :20%deww,day of ul*.BoloiKOoiminNotoyfcASSOLUTC '
I Jan. 4 Here Lake City 1-800-342-8103': : Kfe STONE HEIGHTS' I IALK ABOVE MORTGAGE..EXPENSES:

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Tallahassee Hunters in Florida TO PREVIEW.CALL FOR AFPT|
have until Jan. 4.the end of the moor Rodman Level i iI i! Campbell's Auction Service
ing dove season to make their skills i f\ :CHIROPRACIC ,
against,.Ihedaat.erratiQrfiyinggamebird..m ,,...fig dpi d \J': ,.: ;. ,. CLINIC. .... RoiMttlt J.KEVSTONf Canwkoll.llc HCIOMTS, R.ol I Elton fLA AucttonMr
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..*:. doves, difficoimw r The'CorpsoKFgineers; will.begin "I. 4 t4PLCzA .... .' ". :iuw .'. 'Century 21, Showers Properties. tnc REALTOR
"MoMJffflig are I wftlsmg... i the 'witeb level of Lake \ {S Keystone Hcighli, FloridaYou'll 473-41103
' shoot because they are quick-in flight' Otklawaha -iRodrnaA Reservoir)' on; IZINtfrrll tMODERN't; ROPRACTIC CARE
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and also twist and turn," said Fred W. Dec, 15, Jacksonville District ,
Stanberry; director of the Division ol Engineer Col. Alfred B. 'Devereaui Ii : "
the ,Game and FreshWater : I .
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Fish Commission. Elevation of the water level will 1 '. want to rememberhow
Stanberry said since the mourning continue over the next seven weeks. 'JACK PAIN ; |I. JcTig WHIPLASH
dove's flight maneuvers offer a Corps engineers expect the lake tb, ( 'lACKAQffi: ); L (AUTO INJURIES)
special challenge to hunters, it has reach its normal operating depth of 18 > ECK PAIN TSja| NUMBNESS OR PAIN they look
proven to be one of the most popular feet by about Jan. 25. !HOUIDE* PAIN.. WJ |IN ARMS OR HANDSHEADACHES

game birds sought, in Florida This will complete this year's single, f '. yjIf ON THE JOB INJURIESMKMAINC today
drawdown which Is the thirdyearphase .( ) WORKERS. COMP ,
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Taken water fluctuation to control the 'I't[ !' PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
21 Deer
growth of the aquatic weed, hydrilla.
21 more deer were taken at Camp Dcvereaux said. The dense growth of i i I.- ifilOST
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pushing the kill count to 188 for the access for navigation, fishing hurtling / SERVICES I I. ARE ACCEPTED t

year.. .,"A and other recreational activities( i i'I I t' WHICH .
Also taken last week were 88 squir he added (: ". ',"rh Doctor Of Tomorrow Wilt Give No Medicine *
with 3,914 hunters During the past two years the Corps Buiwwnterat
rels and 6 qUail : His Patients In The Care Of The Human
during the holiday' week. has lowered the lake level to break
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Frame Fri Diet And In The Cause Prevention Disease" w
Of
counted beasnn hunting ends'Jan.'7. the reproductive chain of hydrilla '
The "over-winter'' setting I 'I T.EDISON l
plants by
'The general hunt season at Camp .. I ;
the soil.
tubers
tinue Blanding through reopened.,Jan. 7'and last'' week all,sorts to con-of Tins year's in drawdown started Sept, ,Jon ',24 Hour Emergency Answering Service '

game was taken. H and the lake was lowered to 13 feet, ., vt>d.,;!* Fri- $:3 to.6 ,Tues. & Thurs. 8:30 to 5
Included la the gate count for.Dec. where it,has remained since Oct..3.

14-20 were 15 bucks, 2 doe, 1 hog, 63 Lake OckUwaha, also referred"to' ne w.c.tAioH ", 473-3604 t
squirrels and 10 quail. 3,287 hunters as Rodman Reservoir\ part of the. c
Cross Florida 011 LOomrr., UfON. !
were counted. Barge Canal HWY. 21 N.
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Standing resident wildlife biologistJim no' f J
Garrison said the week was a ri
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fairly good one for the hunters, illllHIlllii ''illuminingi r.j I
though the kill count for the year con' ,
tinues to run behind last year's. .j
"That's mostly due to that. slow first I I Q I

week," Garrison said, t.jt


Starke'Man a

Charged for :.
'Seasons
i Light Hunting Greetings' t

i I Rudolph and charged Griffis of with Starke taking was a deerat arrested All of us at Jr.:' tad Stars ml eat y Thank You for our best '-_' '


made night by by gun Ronnie and.Woodall light in an of arrest the year ever but ;pray fetf 'tfea ceming year will be your best A $

Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish professional8x10 I

Commission recently.Misprint year ever. I '. !h, I color portrait for


May ..
Mislead Hunters Holiday.Champagne All ages welcome babies,
adults, and families! Choose ?
Tallahassee The fall season for Cigarettes 88.cJ[ : from our selection of scenic ;:
hunting Florida wild turkey may, be and color backgrounds. We'll ;:
over sooner than'you think. ., Mll. select poses,and additional
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The fall season'in the Everglades, Portraits will be available with
South, Central and Northeast regionsis 29g tISliced no obligation. Satisfaction always,or ::
your money
scheduled to: end January 10; cheerfully refunded. a
however, because of a typographicalerror Gal. :=
and wallet cards "
on posters : a
distributed by the Game and Fresh 'I 1', .j;, : THESE DAYS ONLY: 3
Water Fish Commission hunters may
be led believe the does not Sat. Jan. 2 / Sun. Jan.
to season : .,1j. tea Crown 3 / Mon., Jan 4
end until Jan. 16. '
Hunters are advised to check their ':, 3 ft,* t Daily: 10 a.m. 8 p.m. \ g
Pineapple .t Sandwiches 1 5
the Florida correct Hunting dates Handbooks for the fall to turkey find. ; ',,4.l.! Sunday: 12 Noon 5 p.m. '

season, ., ,' ; ul South Walnut Street, Starke
Gobblers only may be taken in I .
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Alachua County in 'the Northeast l "\l \ "* 3a::;

Region, Turkeys of either sex:may be ; .
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taken in the remaining counties of the Jr. FoodStores ........
Northeast Region and In the Central .,, #265284299 ;::
South .and Everglades regions I E;

through Jan; 10. There is a daily bag Sav-A-Tape SweepstakesNtw"s t the time to claim gil -per sitting. No charge fot additional group subject.
limit of one, a season bag limit of two- your Ore special' per family. Backgrounds may occasionally a
and a possession limit of two. ch8ng'e. Remember minors must be
accompanied by .
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diver, and was of the Catholic Faith. technician, a first'aid Instructor for. Th'oriuHf'Karl;-Powell I'of5'Augusta, ,We-'regret ithe: ,:errorito John[ '...
Obituaries Survivors include four children and the American Red Cross, a memberof Ga;'one sister: MrtvBetty Mullins of "Allen's obituary last week. One siJltC'
several grandchildren; and'a sister, the Veterana'Df Foreign War, and Crystal River three'grandchildren: listed,: Incorrectly and should
I .M. Mrs. Ann E. Cox Of San Luis Obispo had served in the Army during World P8Id'and'CindvPow'euand ,have read Mrs Susie GJi *ffl of
Calif. War II. He also was v member of the Earl Powell, II; all of Augusta, Ga. Starke also his half-sister was'omltn'
: :: Williams Catholic Church the Funeral services were Wednesdayat Weapologizefor
St. ted, Mrs. Evie Johnson. .
5 Paul Denver Prescott Sr. Jacksonville ana Benny joiuu ut Gainesville Moose Lodge the boardof 4 p.nt. In Archer Funeral Home this error. ,'
Lake City; three brothers: Wilbur, Towery T. Alexander directors"of Memorial Chapel-with Rev. Charles Wimberly
, 5 Mr. Paul Denver Prescott, Sr., 61 W. C. and Clay '
I K died Monday in the Veterans Administration Jacksonville and Morris Johns, all of Towery T.Alexander,90,died In the Hospital and the Keystone Heights officiating Burial followed, Mr. '.
> sj Hospital following a surf Funeral services nine grandchildren.held Bradford County Hospital., Sunday. Lions Club where be-baclaervea as Zion Cemetery with Archer Funeral I. Mike McNabb
were Mondayat
3 den illness. evening; Dec. 27.: Past District Governor. Home In charge:
:a He was born In Polk County living Home 11 a.m.Chapel in of the'Lake Archer Butler Funeral He had been a patient in the Starke Survivors Include his wife, Roof Repairs .
with
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R ry most of his life in Brooker. He was a Elder W. W. Jordan with'' Nursing Home for several years. Mr. Katharine "Kitty" McGlave;' two Instated,
Sky Lights
for officiating, \lexanderwas born in Fayttte Coun- daughters, Mrs.* Patricia Reid'of '
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'operator
heavy equipment' interment in Card of Thanks ,
following Elzey Chapel Gutters Installed 6
Alachua County Road Dept. He was a under the .y, Alabama. He was 'a retired Sebring,, and Mrs.Kathy Shavce of' 1
Cemetery direction
member of Brooker Baptist ChlD'ch.SUrvivors Funeral'Home. of Archer farmer, a National Guard veteran of Easley S.C.; two sisters Mm. The family of Mamie Bradley Mobile Home Roofs
A 'Include his wife: Mrs. W.W. I, and was of the Baptist Faith. Frances Calhoun and Mrs. Anne Crews would like to thank the many RepairfAluminum ..
a Nellie Jeanette Clemons Prescott of Survivors include his daughter, Lenahan, both"of Phgiladelphla; and. friends 'who brought food, sent Roof Coating
X Brooker; two daughters: Mrs.'WanX Mrs. Reita A. Walker 'Keystone two grandsons.' flowers, and'cards and for the many Installed
L. Baldwin ,
:: da Hodge of Brooker and Mrs. Kathy Douglas Heights; a brother, Guy Alexander of Rosary services were held,at 7:30 prayers and: kind words of comfort
"' Thornton of Lake City; two sons: Sgt. Douglas L. Bladwin,55, of Highway Reform, Alabama; seven grand p.m. on" Monday ,'Dec. 28, in the during the loss ofour beloved mother Quality Workmanshipat j
:: Paul D. Prescott, Jr. of U. S. Air 16 East, Starke; 'died in the V.A. children and four great I DeWitt C. Jones Chapel. Funeral services i* May God"bless'and keep'each and t fair,prices
Force in Guam'and Johnny Prescott Hospital in Gainesville early Friday grandchildren. were held at 11 a.m.on every one"of '
:sS of Brooker; two brothers: 'Vernon morning following a long illness. Funeral services will be held at the Dec 29 in theSt.. Williams Tuesday you.! 498-3819 .
f': Oreo Prescott' and Claude Prescott Mr. Baldwin was born in Summit, Chapel Hill Baptist Church in Fayette Church: with Rev. Michael Williams .....,. ,
:K both of Brooker;; one sister: Mrs. Inus N. J.,and moved to Starke in I960: He County, Alabama Wednesday, Dec. officiating. 'Interment was 'in 'VINERA t OWENSINc,
5 Bazar 'of Jacksonville and eight was a Supervisor for the Eastern Oil 30. Interment will be'in the church= Keystone Heights Cemetery with BROWN TIFFIN Jlfo ,
Company, a Navy veteran of WW.2, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral "*'-'022'* .IAI'011I
:P. grandchildren. cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ;Home, ,
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z- Funeral services were held and attended, the St Marks Episcopal Home was in charge of the local ar Keystone Heights, In charge ot'ar- # Suit Sin ,,',' i ;
6 Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. in the Church. rangements. rangements. The family requests in G.rrl Lennon .* '1(31 NW 13th St. \\I, }
Brooker Baptist Church with-Rev., Andrew Survivors include his wife, Betty J. lieu of flowers contributions be 44-3140 f Gainesville.Fla. ..F,
:: B.- Moon officiating. Burial Baldwin; two sons, David L. Baldwinof Charles J. McGlave made to' the Florida Sheriff Boys''' 904-377-7750 ,
g? followed in Dedan Cemetery with Ar- Cake Butler and Jody C. Baldwin of Charles J. McGlave, Jr., 64, of Ranch or to the Keystone Heights '" It i
;? cher'Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Starke; two brothers;Mac Baldwin of Lakevlew Drive, Keystone Heights, Lions Service Project: .BEST BUY AROUND! Brick 3 bedroom. 1'/. bath, family r i i
:: charge. Starke and Kenneth J, Baldwin of died Saturday afternoon, Dec. 26, in room, CH/A Carpeted. 32 Acre, fenced pasture with .. I
... Camphill, Penn.; and a sister.)!Mrs. North Florida Regional 'Hospital, timber 2 pond., trailer hook-up, do.. to Raiford.
:; Hope B. Vizzio of Chatham N.J.. followng a long illness. Minnie Cox Pringle Highway 121 frontage.Call Cerrl for d.tall.. t'
5 Loys Johns Funeral 'services were held at 2 Born in Philadelphia Penn., Mr. 8215 ACRES with frontage on SR-791 and 241.4 bedroom.
2 Mr. Loys Johns, 61, of Lake City P.M. Dec. 28 in the Chapel of DeWittC. McGlave was a retired Fire and Safe- Minnie Cox Pringle 93, a Starke 1 bath frame house, 44' x 6..' hay barn. 250 ft. Irrigation ,
:? died Thursday night in the V.A. Jones Funeral Home with Rev. ty Engineer for the I.E. DuPont Com- died Wednesday" at Doctor's- Hospital, well pa.tur. and tillable land. Pond., additional bldg. ?UIncludod.
:: Hospital in Lake City. after a brief 11S Cliff'McLeod and Rev. Hugh Edsell pany, and had lived in 'Keystone in Mrs.Hollywood.Pringle was born In Peetsville SI. 00 per ocr., owner financed. Must see to '
officiating. 'Interment was In' the .
:': litess.He was born in Bradford County family plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery board Heights chairman since 1958.and He member was a former the and lived most'Of her life in Starke. ,appreciate.We ...............,.................,............. .
She was a member of the Church of
: lived in Worthington 'Springsuntil Clay County Schoot Board, and a 20 have top quality acreage with affordable price..
God and Christ of Starke and servedas
:; eight years' ago when he moved to year member of the Keystone Heights looking for farms, real estate or Investment property?
church mother and missionary.Survivors" .
:: Lake City, where he has resided William Henry George Volunteer Fire Department,where he a include a Coil, '!).. W. wont to work for you.
:': since. He was a member of the Oak William Henry George,74, of Santa organized the rescue service. Mr. her'daughters, '!iOI
Rosa of Riviera Beach Annie .
-'- Grove Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- Fe Lake, died in the'Alachua General McGlave/ was an emergency medical Tyson ; ,
:; ter Day Saints. He was employed as a Hospital in Gainesville early Wednes- Graveside funeral services were Yearly;Lillie Parrish and Sophornia
:: plumber with the Moreplpe and day morning following a lingering il- held at 11'A.M. Thursday Dec. 24 In Parrish, all of Dania; Carriner
:; Spinkle Company until he retired. He lness. Keystone Heights Cemetery, with the Jackson of Daytona Beach; and Zllome s'd eentee i
:: was a veteran of World War II.' Born in Yorksnire, England he pastor of the St. Williams Catholic Josephine McClendon of* Bronson; her
t Survivors include' five sons: came to the United States as a young Church, Rev. Michael Williams; of.f1clatlng. sons, Malachta PTingle of ?2epetctive Wealth I
: boy, and moved to Bradford County DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Philadelphia, Pa., and Taylor J. Pr .
Springs from San Lois Obisop, Calif:, in 1980. Home was in charge of the arrangements ingle' of Coiling Lake, N.J.; her 800 LOMAX STREET,JACKSONVILLE ((904)) 354-2317 ,I
?:: Gainesville; Wallace'. Johns of Mil George was a retired deep sea brother, Ben Scott of' Jacksonville; 20
h grandchildren; 44 greatgrand- ABORTION TO 14 WEEKS
children and 23 greatgreatgrandchildren. -
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OUTPATIENT TUBAL LIGATIONA ,

I i| Sweger Elected as Fortune Federal Chairman
NON-PROFIT QUALITY HEAL TH CARE CENTER SINCE,1973 ,It.
... Mrs. Barbara R. BlanksMrs.
:: John B. Sweger has been elected to University of Florida, and is a has been named Chairman of the Executive Barbara R. Blanks, 44., of
:: succeed C. 'Raymond Led as Chair member of Florida Blue Key'and the Committee. He has been a Cedar Bluff Alabama died Wednes-
':: man of the Board of Directors at For Hall of Fame. He is the former Presi- member of the Board of Directors day, Dec. 23 of injuries received an
; tune Federal Savings and Loan dent of Smith-Sweger, Inc."construc since 1956, and has served as Chair automobile accident.Survivors INSULATIONSAVE
v Association, effective Jan. 11982. tion firm; and he currently serves as man since 1962. He also was elected include her husband,
''.. treasurer for the Morton F. Plant president in 1962 and served, in that Henry Blanks of Cedar Bluff; two
:: Mr. Sweger has been a Director Hospital Board of Trustees. capacity until 1975. sons,Ronnie and Gary of Miami, Fl.;; THA T ENERGY '
:: since 1965, and has served as its Vice The 47-year-old Clearwater based Fortune Federal has branch officesin three brothers,'Richard, Roger and ,
:: Chairman since 1973. association, with assets of more than Starke, Lake Butler, and Keystone Raymond Edmondson of Miamt:; i
He is an honor graduate from the $1.1 billion, announced that Mr. Lee Heights. four aunts, 'Mrs.- Ef fie Crosby,and

Mrs. Cleone Reagan, both of Starke;
',. Mrs. Amy Richardson' Pensacolaand
Mrs. Patsy Scales Sanford; her
ServicemenRaymond parents,Mr. and Mrs.Clyde Edmondson -

'. of Miami, formerly of Starke. '

;; W. Easterling Air Force Base, Miss. munity College of the Air Force. 26 Services at 2 p.m.were held In' Pleasant Saturday ,Dec.Hill III; !!
Moss will at EllsworthAir
now serve
:: Pvt. Raymond W.Easterling,son of Cemetery, Cedar Bluff, Alabama. I .
Graduates of the course studied Force Base, S.D., with the 44th
:ti Irene Dowling'of Keystone Heights communications skills, ad- Field Missile Maintenance Squadron. HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE 'EXTERIOR J-C
:: has completed One Station Unit ministrative procedures, leadershipand He received an associate degree in-1 I' '.J" S HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION .. ,w
Training (OSUT) at the U. S. Army" human relations. They also earn- 1981 from the Community College of, J!'K; Mary Pauline Powell FIBERGlg,.E. ."J T.1iS Tp ::'c.t"5t1J OR OLD oNsymJoTIoe1! "'
:: Infantry School Fort Benning, Ga. ed credits toward an associate degreein the Air Force, Gunter Air Force B 01j' '. QUALITY INSTALLATION'-1 ""or'
:: OSUT is a 12 week period which applied science through: the Corn- Ala. se1, t -"iMrs. Mary Pauline Dice Dothan,
i:: combines basic combat training and died Tuesday morning In fife liwplo I'X::
:: advanced individual training. Alabama after extended illness.
:: The training included weapons She-was a native of Union County SAVE I I 964-6956 I SAVE
qualifications, squad tactics; patrolling living the last eight years in Dothan: ON HEATING ON COOLING
y landmlne warfare, field communications She was of the Methodist faith:
DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE
and combat operations. Attention Customers Survivors include her husband: Mr.

: Completion of this course qualifiesthe John Powell of Dothan, Ala.;one son:, ,

soldier as a light-weapons infan- of ,
'
tryman and as an' indirect, fire 1. --

:: crewman.Soldiers were' taught to perform Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports We Wish You and Yours a ;

any of the duties in a rifle'or, mortar
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: squad. i


Keith II. Jones Sun Sports is in bankruptcy. 9u. a:

Marine Lance Cpl. Keith H. Jones, i iI
having equipment or
Anyone
son of Alma Jones of Lake Butler, has

been promoted to his present rank boats in for repair, bring your
while serving'with 3rd Supply Bat
talion on Okinawa. receipt, title, etc. on Friday, Jot
He is a 1980 graduate of Union County .
.High School January, 1982 from 10 a.m. to Iq

4 p.m. to Sun Sports, Starke, Premium l\ Smoked >zff


Navy Cynthia Seaman L.Recruit Rackley Cynthia L. Florida ivbo: \ Picnics 79; .uz

Rackley, step daughter of Bobby J. ___

Griffis recruit of training Lake Butler the,Naval has completed Training Auction on BuildingLand FII It i; fl-Ok Fresh Pork ,lj: >,,_ ,


Center 1979, Orlando.A graduate. of Union County Boats & Equipment will be held !! roslon' Butts i i
School she the in c
High joined Navy .
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February 1981.Delores. Thursday, Feb. 4 at 10 am ..D 5 3 w '\'\'_," -119 wLb. ,

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M. JeffreyDelores tb-

M. Jeffrey has successfully M.A. McDougatl. Court Appointed Liquidator USDA Choice (Small Pig -. ,
completed eight weeks of recruit
training in the United States Navy at 11Select .
the Naval Training Center, Orlando RIBS (
Fl. While there she was selected as a ,'Chuck Lb. rtc6
member of the staff and was the God Has A Blessing For You
Watch Skinned &; Deveined IAT
J Recruit Port Petty Officer.
One Is Back
,Upon completion of henJjaining she Hodges
received a meritorial advancement in \ CutUp ) Beef LiverLb.
i,rate to E-2 for excellent performance REVIVALIs $
and a certificate of awanHorouls1 tan- or,Wha... 149
ding achievement and leadership.She Coming to Lake Butler, R. ::
is presently stationed at Naval 6 9
Air Station Memphis in Millington .: Lb.
Tenn. attending "A" School (Jet Aircraft Lb. -
i Engine Maintenance School D's POW.ERHOUSE H .r..u '
Delores is the daughter of Mr. & a
i'Mrs. James L. Jeffrey. Raiford, and ;
:as a 1979 graduate of Bradford High i7 I Mt
School. .. '
r USDA ChoiceRound -


Pvt.Mark J.Cowart \ \ :
Pvt. Mark J.Cowart,son of Mr.and ,
Mrs. Johnny J. Cowart of Starke, has OPENING Smoked
'completed an equipment storage c f1 Steak .1 1 13n
specialist course at the U. S. Army i 9
.'Quartermaster School Fort Lee Va. MIRACLE Ham Hocks '
The course provides students with a Lb. $ i97 t
:working knowledge of the federal sup- HOLY GHOSTREVIVAL Boneless
;ply system storage operations and Lb.
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packaging procedures. In addition C ,
they receive driving instruction of I 6' 9 nt
.such materials-handling equipment Hog Jowls C
conventional and rough terrain U., :-
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forklifts and warehouse tractors/ ,
: He is a 1981 graduate of Bradford 11VM
5!igh i SchoolMaster

Th. M'.t Stars '. .5fl

j Sgt.Leslie MM December 31st thru January 4th
Master Leslie Moss,son of Mr. ,
; Sgt. 'II'-
Sand Mrs. W. F. Moss of ::.tarhe has Just South of the Red Light Hwy. 231 at 7:30 IDS Eawada bad. Acrau tarn tntfrtU $ '
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Force ijIVe .4-.2.0
;graduated from the U. S. Air
tick and .. I .."
Keesler Bring me /your /your afflicted want to pray/ for Them Orie Hodges
course for first' sergeants at .

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I Carter's TV HELP FOR RENT COMMERCIAL PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE i

i Hwy 225, tawtey WANTED PROPERTY SERVICES

I New & Used MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE USED'' ALUMINUM PLATES PIRIWOOOt Oak split

I ,Color TV UVI-IN COMPANION Light HOME PARK mobile hornet BRADFORD MINI BIll'S SAW SHOP Complete 24x36", 25 cent each. Used $45.00 per load, $85, cord.
housekeeping. Must drive and spaces for rent. sharpening service, circular in printing newspaper. In Stark. area. Next doorto cru/illcgarl
I Antenna'sSpae. I tar. 'Care of Invalid man. :Recreational) vehicles WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX for sale. 80 pct hand, carbide, Great for minor repair Morgan Road Baptist '"c
hi receiving (Room and board. $75 per _Icame. Phone 4682912. owner financing available chain mower blade hollow job. Bradford County Church. 12/17 tfn (!

I Channel'" 30& 47 I I '712-3577 12/31 HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping for Phon.own.r Leave at Jack.on Building CARPET, NEW ft USED Fur. dresser. Two spreads, 2 '
expansion.
room
"t am,7 em CITY OP STARKE will acceptI room, TV and air. 473.2735.9/24 tfn Supply In' Stark., Keystone nlture ft appliances. canopies. Box springs and i
I 17/s tf? Underwood1 Motel, 3 miles Height 'or Lake Butler
I applications for the follow Plumb. fixtures and pipe mattress Includ.d. $250. 'CECIL'A"I'
Y ling positions thru Jan. 5, North of Stark. on Hwy. ENCORE CLOTHING CONSIGNMENT TFchg BARGAIN CENTER US-301 Call 4311648. 12/17 tfn ; PHONE 964-7776
SHOP Is for
'1982 301. 10/9 tfn ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS So.. 9646679. 2/5 tfn 1961 MASSEY FERGUSON ITJ
; : 205 N. In
sale. Low down ERWIIUGAR Temple, Starkei
; Union MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 payment; !
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Two ((2)) Power Plant DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN back hoe 3165. Good con- .
rent of buy building. 9', ""
{Mechanic II. (Pay grad. and Hwy. 16 and 225. Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. HOUSES 301 South. dition. $5,000. or best of-
9645648. Itchg 12/31
13-Salary, 10816.00 with Clean Call 468.1323.3/12 TFchg 9646740. We buy and sell fer. Has front end loader '
CountyAds I I fringe benefit). Minimum tfn SEWING MACHINES used furniture and appliance and ditch digger Call A Million ThanksDear
'qualification- grad or 3 PR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM YARD SALE REPAIRED! All makes *. 8/13 tinRECONDITIONED Frank Morris, 4963900. .
I'I ICED or vocational school dining room ft kitchen cleaned oiled and ad TVSi Colors 12/31 3tpd 1/14

;grad with two years experience central heat and air. In JANUARY SALE! Mark downon justed.. $15. Work starting' at $100.00. SERVICE POlEl 150 AMP for
In the Hampton. Phone 4681779. clothes, shoes, bed guaranteed. James Trade-In' welcome. Phone mobile homes. New
|maintenance of heavy ((1st month. rent In ad. linens, glassware, Strickland corner MorganRd. 9648212.611 tfn $125.00. Call 9645747. v

REAL dlesel or electric vance.S/7) tfn novelties, dishes, radios, and Hwy 16. TFchg USED COLOR TV'Si Carters Itchg 1231FIREWOODt
generating auxiliary TRAILER LOTS High and dry; chairs, etc. w. do have CHAIN LINK FENCE Install TV. 782-3577. We acc.pt Pine and oak.
ESTATE equipment or any combination oak shade trees; 2 miles lay-awayt on non-sale ed. Free estimates. HandyMan VISA and Ma.t.rCharg. Call 964-6412 anytime.
of training and South on US-301. 964-8238. Items. Come tee u* Friday Fence Co. 964.8559. 10/15 tfn.MOBILE 12/31 2tpd 1/07
LOOKING FOR a special experience Ability to read 9/3 tfnPRIVATE and Saturday 9 am til 9 TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER HOME SERVICE
of If I and Indicators, TRAILER LOTS. In REPAIR! Call POLES 100 $135:
piece property Interpret pm..This 'n That Shop, corner amps
don't have It, I'll find It-Ju.t gauges, records, etc., to country. 2% mile from 301 and 16, old Gulf the Office Shop, 110 W. 200 amps, $225. Call Classified Ads
atk';...JANE S. USHER perform manual work. Starfce.; Owner fvrnlthet Station. 12/31 tfn Call St., Stork., for details, anytime, 964.6365. Starke. Get Results
REALTOR 496-2126 or r.palr heavy equipmentand water, all other hook.up. FRI. ft SAT 602 Alton Rd. 964-5764. tfn. 10/29 toGAS
496-2903, .v..., "Your detect and correct ,are In. Call 964-6369 Something for everyone. GLASS CUT TO ORDER HEATERS gas stove, Friends Neighbors
Union County Realtor. tin flaw In the operation of a anytime. 10/29 tfn Ch..t freezer excellent Doors windows, etc electric stove, misc. furniture
3/26. variety of electric power DUPLEX 124 N. Myrtl. St. condition. $50.00. Itpd JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY lamp Call of Bradford Union. and

FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE plant .quip). .nt. Considerable $199 per month. 12/31 964.6078. Orders also 964.6365. 10/29 tfn5V Clay; Counties
NEEDStCall Venera Brown knowledge of Refrigerator. Hove, SIDEWALK SALE Saturday. taken In Lake Butler, GALV. ROOFING i

4963022. Sandy Haz.n496.3994.v.s principles and practice In carpeting. Call 964-8944 or Everything $1.00 or I.... 496-3079 and Keystone 6'-$4.20.: 74.95, 8'-$5.70; :9c
or G.rrl ten- operation and 964-4126 after 6 pm. 12/03 Encore, 321 N. Temple Heights.4734973.. 2/26 45.10'-S7.20.ir-$7.9-: : Thanks for fining us the best
non 4963140. 'Tiffin and maintenance of electric tfn 9645648. Itchg 12/31 tfn. 512870.: All sizes picked
Owens, Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 generating equipment re FURNISHED APARTMENT, 2 BRADFORD 'SEPTIC TANK up. Jacksonville. We year since our agency was
Box 788, Lake Butler FL. quired. bedroom, heating and air WANTEDGOOD SERVICE Bradford County manufacture. Call toll established in 1V74.
tfn chg. 8/6. I One ((1)) Power Plant conditioning. Call 964-6201 residential pump-outs free18003422702. 12/24 4ppvt4Ef
, 'Operator (Pay grade after S:00 pm. 12/24 2tchg $50. We also relay drain 4tchg 01/14

WANTEDMOBILE 12-Salary. $$10,296.00 with SHOP FOR RENT On CallStrt. PRICES PAID for used lines. Phone 964-8121.. COME SEE US AT THE HOUSE Thank for onfidence
you your
I fringe benefit). Minimum next to William mobile hornet If mortgage 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSIONAL. OF BARGAINS In Lawt.v.Full '
HOMES WANTED quallficatlons-HS grad or Jewelry. Carpet heat air. It'3/. paid or more. OLiN'S Car CleanIng j, line of clothing in buying and wiling your

Will pay cash for your used GED or vocational school .$205 per month. 9647189. MOBILE HOME SALES Service. Cleaned, childrens and( adults at YEp houses, farms and ('1"lIr".r(11l /
mobile home..Ray Powell, "!grad with experience In Itchg 12/31 9645606. Open 7 days washed glazed bargain prices. 10/22 tfn
I 496-3377. TFN 4/16. the operation of electric LARGE STORAGE AREA for .weekly.: TFchg vacuumen, sanitized, and I > through Teru'illegarRealty.
JUST IN TIME FOR !generating and control rent 9647189. Itchg 12/31 AXLES ft TIRES 2 axles + 4 deodorized. $7.00 pickupand HOMES 198 .
CHRISTMASiWanted good equipment: or any TRAILER LOT Down Ham.' tires We pickup, $100; delivered or your .
I hornet for fr.. Collin 'equivalent combination of mond Road US-301 Northof You deliver, $125. Ollns place. Call 964-7226, ask FOR SALE at

I German Shepherd pups, ,training and experience. Stark.. Call 9646962. Mobil. Home Sales, Hwy. for Dennis. 12/10 tfn 1iMAY Without friendship and
I ,
your
tight weekt old. 496-3204. (Prefer experienced Itchg 12/31 100 W Starke. 964-5606. GENERAL REPAIR WORK
I tI ''operator with considerable DUPLEX 2 bedrooms Call WANT TO BUY usedtypewriters Carpentry roofing and KEYSTONE-STARKE AREA trust we u'ould not hate been
'jtcho. New home for sale.' .Also
painting. Ph. 7823669.
knowledge of power plant 964-5991 or come by 127 and adding
able to art'ompli'th the serf'lees to
built homes $22
12/31 2tchg 1/07 quality
and dlstrlbu- Lafayette St. 12/31
I I FOR SALE [generation 2tchg machines. Must be In. ITBRING
.' lion systems.Applications IN LAWTEYi Partially fur. working condition. per sq. ft. built on your lot this three-county area that uc
can be picked nl.IIed.38R. 1 u BA, DW, 2 9645764. tfn 2/12. or ours. Adams ft Hall, JOY
hate
been /
It7' FORD COURIER 3Ipeed pleaded to proride for
the .73.2056 or 475-2123 6/4
{up from General small children no pet.$185 CLOTHJNGi We will pick up.
. transmission 2300' {Superintendent's Office per mo., plus security Encore\ ,. 9645648. Itchg NoticeI TFchg. ANDHAPPINESS. the past "lei.en !years.
i 4 radial tlret,
ngln. new
. topper, fully carpeted bed, iMerrell D..., .City Hall. deposit.. 964-8931 or USED WASHER ft DRYER.Will I I. James Byron Roberts, am CUSTOM HOMES. now

i AM-FM stereo, I cottette ill tchg 12/31 4733096. Itch;12/31 pay top price. Call no long.r'r.spon.lbl.. for under construction ,. ., _
I
player. Phone 496-2679. 964-7604. Itpd 12/31 any debts. Incurred by overlooking Starke Country May you hate a happy! and

TFN 11/12. I anyone other than myself Club. .Adams and Hall OLDACQUAINTANCES prosperous New Year how'

SELL! Double canopy bed and Christen1( Jean Roberts, Builders. Phone 473-2056
end dretter. 2 spreads, 2 Infant. 12/24 2tchg 12/30 or 4752128.6TFchg.. sincere wish, and may God blew
; ARE NOT
canopies, box springs and Keystone Heights Ads 50 ACRES: .'/. ACRES North' you as U'e enter 1982.
;. irtattress Included. $250. Starke. 3 BR home. 2 FORGOTTEN.Janet .
431.1648. TFN 12/17. i trailer hook-ups. 5 deep ..

1VO PLYMOUTH Good L MOBILE; wells and Irrigation system M. Starling Cecelia Tencillegaf
$500 : and more. All or part. Call ., .. .
shape, negotiable HOMES 4lft k
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4iso j It lee>> 'is{ ? 'FOR-RENT 'WANTED"""' ; -.unp" -, "' I '964.9180 after S PM..Keep REALTOR Realtor A..odor.-Aft.r Hours

, hone 49<5p3a7, )Itchg I I \WANTED 1 tWORKING \ FOR. SALE trying. 12/31 2tchg 1/07 Michael B. Cooney Wayne E. Douglas. Broker-Salesman 964653Fred
12/30. 1..1' 12% 11 Thirty amortized
, FURNISHED COTTAGE RESPONSIBLE MARRIED year Socked Broker-Salesman 4M-U64
KINO\ SIZE BEDS $200 color I loan 3 BR, 2 Realtor Assoc. 964.8827
bedroom 1 bath furnished COUPLE looking for one or 1911 MOBILE HOMES by owner. Byron Terwillegor-964-7776 Martha Derito-712-3397
portable TV $123. queen cottage on Little Lake two bedroom home to rent CLASS HEROES payments starting at BA. home. W/W carpet. 782-3931 Anne Terwlllegar Nelson-475-1477
bed $95. washer $100 Geneva $225 month. In Height Employment Service. S.rv.1lrig Thermo heat pump,
Keystone
per area panes
dryt.r$95, double bed $60 Cannot Keystone Heights and' $147,00 per month. John ,Hwy. 301 S. Lawtey
Keystone Height Realty, pay over $225 per decks pond comp
Brown Mobile Ham.C.n'.r. .
twin bed $45, eight foot /Realtor, 473-4961 tfnchg month. Hou. must be Melrose areas. Low fee, 'I fence. 9.28 acres. 58000. PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICEAll
473.3775.49tfnchg
sofa $125, recliner $100. qNE HALF OF DOUBLE OFFICE livable, and have kitchen 4734472. 10/8 tfn Call after 6 PM. 964-6741. ,
table w/4 choirs $125, sofa for rent. a/c appliance and some formof PART TIME night work. Apply FirVWoodSplit Types Insured
12/31
and chair $123. oak .In Thur. thru Fri. U'/.%! "Price Leaders of Itpd I
!Carpeting. $80 per month. ,heating. Call 473.3351, person oak V. cord & FREE ESTIMATES
I bedroom. suite $225 hide- (M70 Lawrence Blvd. and ask for David Varnum defy 10:00: Am tll n.On; the South" with the lowest .p'
a-bed $173 frost free Keystone 473-4472 Jackie If not there please 1 leave next week, 2:00: pm til 4:00 rate of 16 1/2 percent! $"0" delivered. Call Thomas 8. Nettles

,refrigerator $175, motdMng ''tfnchg 10/22 message and he will return pm. CHEVRON FOOD Large selection of 12, 14 Call Darryl 4SS-373S Lake Butler

washer and dryer OFFICE SPACE for rent call or writ. P.O. Box 88 MART' Stat. Rd. 100'and and 24 wides. Factory owned Bradford anytime.

used I year $323 Broyhlll Keystone Office Center, Lake Geneva 32660. 21', Keystone Height. Itpd and operated COM Mini StorageNow 468.2101 I
bedroom suite$400. Phon. call 475-2160 after 400: 12/31 J MUNITY MOBILE HOME MOBILE HOME Firewood C Scrap
7 (-2397. Providence. Renting
p.m. tfnchg 10/29 HOMES FOR SALES Highway 301-N.
Jld <9' S. Poi..UP$ from local FOR RENT IQOOSq. Ft. also SALE FOR SALE Starke. Open 7 days a 58 & Up Beat the ColdGet SERVICE TOLES Oak & Pine
'{aAy'ollable'at under construction 3000 week, 964-8741 10/29 tfn. Mo. i i $10. truckload
'f'l'IvttlFor! Direc- sq. ft. across from post office LAKE LOT on sand bottomed 12 X 64 MOBILE HOMES 3 BR Comer Hwy 100 a Uun-Stwkt your firewood early. Oak 4x4'
t IItSurplu.1.DataC Commercial Circle. GOING OVER SEAS-MUST lake in Hlllcrest. $800 stove and ,refrigerator.Also 473-2735 .Oak or Pine $40. pick- $40.s cord

te -b87.709.4tchg .73-21496tchg 11/2612/31 SELL cut.. 2 bedroom down. $1.6... per month. have 12'x 50. 2 BR. 1 up load or $70 per cord Call Suitihliit) Acres
1 1"I SIR 21A. HOME CH/A $350 hou... lake acett, Phone 473-4058 or full bath. Call 964-5889 Call Thomas Nettles 9641899or

P Et Jan. 1 ft 2..11.111. I 376-0078.per month.tfnchg lake 12/3 access. beautiful, assumable large mortgageat woodedlot 473-4367 tfnchg 7/30 after 6 p.m. .after 6 weekdays, anytime HOME REPAIR,. Lake Butler Call rlny'tirni' come out between

pla In gallon cant. $1.00. I 9%. call own.r weekends l2/312tpd 1/07 496-3738 '
NICE 2/3 BEDROOM HOME LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Gen. Maint. Screens 9:30 and 2:30 and
Co ary Mary's Garden. I CHI A. kitchen applianceswhite 473-2739. tfnchg 10/29 Keystone Heights, owner CARS&' made III Ifll fn we'll load for you
or repaired
SR. 3BR. 2BA. HOME In Silver ex-
418 .tt"tQoaed: sandy beach on lake financed 10 percent In.
Su Itchg Geneva-ln townE.Lakevlew Ridge overlooking Silver terest. Lots on clear sand TRUCKS per., ref., pool maint.
ntu"
12/ Drive. $400 mon Lake; Tow miles to bottomed lake, priced to 964-8328-964-5518 Umerock Oil & Gas
thly 473.7066.4tchg 12/10 Keystone school, on coun- sell from 9900. One to 1973 SUPER BEETLE New Register
PERSONALSERVICES 12/31 ty owned roads. $41.00011 five acres overlooking lak. paint; Michelin radial.; A-1 Top Soil 308 S. Thompson Street
FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES 3/4 mortgage. 376-0078 (access available) with good condition. $1800. Call Mary Kay OralnfleU Rock .
tfnchg 12/3 9647682. 11/05 tfn 964-5888
$130 and up. 4732879. nice tree* from $3.900,
,. Lake Geneva Mobil Horn. FOR SALE Lake Geneva $500 down, $50 a month. 1977 FORD LTD Burned In- CosmeticsLouise fill Lawn Sand (Golf)
CUSTOM MADI DRAPERIES Park. 12/17 tfnchg Mobile Home Sale. $7.770 Commercial frontage-* terior. Sell for ports. PHone
Free :..tlmat... Local BR HOME OverlookingLake 10 down $99 month for Investment opportunity. 468-2185 after 6 PM. 1217n' Starling e Building Sands e LP Gas Fuel Oil

distribute for completelywashable Geneva. Available 14X50 Liberty. Double SR-21N. Own.r-sal.smon. ;473-3092
nationally about January IS. wide starting at $13.999. 4734375. tfnchg 8/6 I97E MAZDA 'Long bed. Any amount. Home Delivery Cash & Carry

advertised Gardsette 4733680.: 12/31 tfn Com check all of our SEVERAL ITEMS '63 pickup speed pick-up truck. Ev Delvered or U-haul We'll be CLOSED from 3 p.m.. Dec. 24
' Draperies. SW Enter TYRO MOBILE HOMESi Furnished models and special prlcet. truck. 3ton, needs 54.000 miles 28-31 MPG.
pr...... Ed or loma In secluded >/. miles Eatt of Keystoneon clutch, runs good $450.: $3495.00. Ph. 4734508.. Ph. 782-3172 Will reopen 8 a.m.. Dec. 28

Stephen.. 4962219. Melrose.( Both 2-bedroom. Hwy 100. tfnchg 12/17 Wizard 11 hp. 4-speed Sports Car Specials I TUTORING Alan E. TaylorCarp.ntry Martin and Perfection Heaters
S/1/80TFN |(160 and $190 per month riding mower with 6 mos. Most SubjectsBA '
i HOUECLEARNIR WITH plus deposit. Call 479-1368. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO.t.AMIRICAN warranty left $600; latest 1910 CORVETTE? Glass Education 't

I' HELPER Reference 12/31 3tchg 114UNFURNISHED edition Encyclopedia T-TopA. tilt cruise, AM/FM Mobile Homes
transportation. Phone 2 BR brick Brtannlca.| macro and aluminum"wheels, Experienced : Work Weft
I I 131-,1156. Itpd 12/30. house with A/C and 300 ft. LEGION HALL. SR-21. micro sets, $500 for both;' 8-lrockv.. 9648328.9645518 Moved
FREE OUNG CATS large lakefront on big Lake Saturdays. 7 p.m. and Sundays Sanyo cassette office power windowspower Glen Nettles & .q
door locks, RWl tires. 22.000 Local or statewide .
male.. Phone 431-1736. 'Geneva.
$295. No
I pets. 2 to 5, Public Invited. transcriber w/phone Arthur Masters
I Itpd 12/30." Mr. Hopper. Jan. tfnchg 10/15 recording 'device, seldom mile*. 1195000. TEXWILL- moves. Set-up & connections 2" Thru 6"
I YOUNG MALI BULl DOGS 786-6044. Itchg 12/31: OVRREATBRSANONYMOUS used $375; '68 Williams EGAR MOTORS/.206 W. I- Free Estimates done Call

Farm" railed PhoneI -. No dues Craft 14'x8' travel trailer Madison .Sf;, Starke. Low Prices -462-4587 evenings. J Fast Rotary

.1 I I 431i1156.Itpd12/30.__.*: r rI 'PERSONALSERVICES fs.or) _Igh-In.. Open needs Interior'work $450. 964.7200. 1tchg-I2/11 Excellent References Drilling Equipment
.meeting Tuesday 7.30: p.m. Call 479-1702 after 9 PM or 1977 TRIUMPH,.TR1' 2-door, & !!
INSURANCE at St. Anne's Episcopal before 9 AM. Itchg 12/31 air. pleas. -track. alum. .....,...Ddv rsOrM.v1M 964.5135 or 964-9882 Shop Compare STATE .LICENSED. .
| Church. Keystone Heights.. wheels, ;:$3999.00.) TERWILL- lP. m sa Spoil.il Insurance for '

I MAIr&S INSURANCE AOENCYl I CARPENTER WORKS Thursdays 9:30 a.mv Community 1 .EGAR< 'MOTORS. 206 W. armw.'-""r'I Mobile Home Parks! Jir'umpe

"! 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake Remodeling work and,,kitchen, State Bank of I STEYE.BROAOWAYTREE '. Madison St.; Stark.. Il61 -'- . . . .
iI trimQarpenter
aabin.ts liomroNMicrs
All 'of
I Butler.496-397. campl.t.In.uronc. ; Reasonableprices. Stark. 473-2790 or 964-7200. Itchg'12/31 t\.IWI! New A Used
1 .
1 Servke..,TFN Call Ed Dempsey at 9648587. tfnchg 12/17 < SERVICE 1973 DATSUN 240Zt Air, rI politics for SalesPartsService

l' 473-7094. between 7:30 ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUlcla..d. jfttfMVaf. glass, AM/FM 8-track. "A mobile 1 homes.
I- ; Classic) !". $3195.00. TERWILLEGAR E-Z Termsrlllllnbing
FOR RENT am. to 5:30: p.m. tfnchg at 8p RECOVERY Call for Quote oo .
,7/2 meeting Monday's *,1....... MOTORS. 206 W. -.. .
AND 1 CARPENTRY AND .m. .Open meeting Fritday' Madison St.. Starke. L" ROOM Olln's Mobile

f!' ..... AD- MASONARY WORK buildBodes *the I p.m. All meeting Frto Estimate 964-7200. Itchg 12/31 The Recovery Room o( 1 Horn Sales . . .
at Educational
DING MACHINES FOR ,addition, remodeling .' 1976 FIAT 129500. TER'WILLSOAR Lok. City Local) Dui New Installation
IfNtr,Union County Times "home and tile work. Building, Community MOTORS. 206 W.Madison .; Archie Tanner Funeral Elaine M. Olin. 'Agent

05 SW 2nd Ave., Lake Alia painting. Fr. 4752130.Church. 473-2790: 2/17 'Or 473-4732._ St., Stark. Home 964.5606 ..Remodeling.RepairsDurrataece! .
I Outlet j) W. also repair office ...tlmat..Phone 473-4473 tfnehg' 9447200,1tchg" 12/31 964.57V Stark.. Fl i''
?h.mochlne Phone After S P.M.K1ystIERe .
8/6 '
496-2B61 tar more Information during day. tfnchg .,. . . .
I UNWANTED HAIR Huntley : .rMjRtSClassified. .

i TAKINJp. FN APPOCATrONSi 10/1. For, DESTROYED' FOREVER .11.........' ,Bobby's' Hide-A-Way WARNINGELECTRONIC PUMP
Why settle for temporary? ,
, .quid two bedroom Hwy. 301 S., Waldo &
mob... home*. Phon., 'doll far appointment :' j 'Band ALARM
473-7033. Electrolytic.
I ....2166 after I p."Ine.* 490 Amy's Lawrence Ads YTe6eLs IS SUPPLYCOMPANY
MoblU Horn TEN Dnca. .
, 12/17' yillage. Blvd., Keystone. 9/24 tfn 'Get.Result; \. 'a \\a\\e dleydet ,
/ I PAINTINO-WAII PAPERINGpressure ;
\\ Boot 00'1
'.I MOCK fOMEi 3 bedroom.2. washing,:' freestlmatesv I, sa : *t / t'l't. \ Cbtco a .-. . .
bath brick home \ aerolet. "
err .,. }." eBtiuri\8 \J"dO'l -
; Expert Craftpnonshlp .... R NxceQ1 !. '
old.b.autlfutFowl thto INSTALLED
4 yeor* ,. 473-3773 TFN i REGION : BY 864N.Temple .
Call Roy Duke t H.iMls AppNaase. PIKE S9\\"O dolly '
,,
1 1/5 ) o ofC'rn \. HILL SECURITY Av n 496-3 |1.1tpdI2/3O. ACCOUNTANT "retired. lonnnt ftrWfortf A Off ,MONITOR i|I 'sx 1 SERVICE(

, & r 'Jallle.e. .. available .port time, lull ,Cetmtle* 39.. "..'.fU'\; Zpiti..: "Cbrl.lm*. a J\ew'Yea's P rile*** 964.5849 v>*; Starke, Florida l
,
2ZBl- service Including tax ...... .. Hour SALES ,- LEASE SERVICE LOCKSMITH
sYtl .return. 473-2034: tfn2/0! & Be. 1fya.rs. Bar Hour 4 pm 2*m llsppy 5pm-7pm 964.7061 .
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them rI. to the'hospital. Jose Arroyo, after a color TV was ;* Jr.-25; ; of Middleburg, were stopped Jr., of Live Oak,'wa, patrolling the was $500, additional damage' the
i ,Woman Arrested Holley was charged with leaving recovered Dec. ?2. I at a traffic light on US-301 and SR-16: parking lot at Florida State Prison in front end of Bell's vehicle was $500.
On'Contraband Charge the scene of an accident and failure to The TV was stolen in early Anderson was located in the left turn- a security vehicle when he fell alseep) Hudson was charged with having no,
t notify the nearest law enforcement December from Wishbone Fried ing lane,turning left Onto US-301. Jef momentarily. Woodruff veered to the valid driver's license' according to
! Orangenella Mintz, 24, of Opa agency, according to Patrolman Chicken, according to InvestigatorDon fers driving a truck,with a log trailer right and collided. with, parked, Troooer Williams.
Locka, Fl, was arrested Dec. 25 at Eston Mosher. Denton. was in the right lane turning right Chevy pickup.
a I Florida State Prison and charged Arroyo; :37, Pleasant Grove Rd., The log ends on the trailer struck the Damage to the Chevy was $200, Dec. 26, Linda L. Schaefschwedt
::: with Introduction of contraband. FSP Inmate EscapesIs Starke; is currently in the Bradford Anderson vehicle causing the acci damage to 'the 1979! Ford pickup 28, of Atlantic Beach,was northboundon
3; Mintz while visiting FSP attempted Recaptured County Jail under a hold order,'he is dent., driven by Woodruff was $125 according US-301,at 1:45 p.m:, ran a red light
to take marijuana and U. S. cur charged with grand theft possession. There was no damage to the to Trooper. M. Abrams. and struck a vehicle driven by
rency into the prison. During the Ronald W. O'Donnell escaped from Also'recovered a code-a-phone tractor-trailer,damage to Anderson's Patricia Walker Kinsey. 30. of Mi*
a routine search a small amount of the hog farm at Florida State Prison answering device which Arroyo had '76 Pontiac was $175, according to Dec.26,Tony Andrew Bell, 17,P. O. dleburg on the left side with. the left
a marijuana and the currency was Dec. 24 only to be recaptured' traded for two 6-packs of beer. The Patrolman N; Jackson. Box 128, Lawtey, was westbound on front of her vehicle. '
= found taped to her leg, according to Christmas morning about 11:30.: machine belonging to Dr. Sarnt is SR-100A, when he said a dog crossed Damage to the Schaefschwedt 1981
A::I Investigator Don Denton. O'Donnell was found south of valued at $400 and was taken in the Dec. 24, Theresa Lloyd Merrill, 50, in'front of him. Bell lost control and Ford was $1,500, damage to Klnsey's
= Bond was set at$1.500 for Mintz she Heilborn Springs on SR-16 as he at- December robbery of his office. 337 Walnut St., Starke.AVas traveling rolled his vehicle'over on its top. '75 Plymouth was$1,000, accordingtoPatrolman
:: was released on recognizance. tempted to catch a ride. south on Orange St. when a vehicle Damage to Belt's 1980 Toyota was Jerry Miller.
Housed in 0-Unit'0'Donnell is a Minor Accidents drove over the center tof the road and $1,500, according .to Trooper: B. A.
Man Arrested trustee on minimun security. struck her vehicle. The unknown Williams. Dec. 26, Sandra Batfe Davidson of
in StarkeDec.
O'Donnell is serving a three year Occurring vehicle: then left the scene. Randall Levon Hudson of Dade City Gainesville backed intoa vehicle
S On 3 Charges sentence from Hillsboro County for a 22, Johnnie Lee Pinkney, 28, Investigation Is pending, accordingto Va., was westbound on SR-100, :du-iven by ;'Douglas A. Murrell ofrhomasboro
:: Steve Allen Miller, 21, of High Springs drug charge; according to Superintendent was eastbound on SR-16, a vehicle Patrolman Richard A. Bennett/ struck Bell's parked vehicle which 111., at( TG'Y parking
was arrested Dec. 27, charged C. G. Strickland, Jr. driven by Adro Lester Johnson, 25, Damage to Merrill's 1978 Dodge was facing east in the westboundlane. lot.Damage
:: with sexual battery, aggravated Box 869, Starke, was going west approximately station wagon was $600. to Murrell's 1977 Dodgewas
:: assault and armed robbery. Car DestroyedBy 5 miles west of Starke at Damage to Hudson's 1973 Plymouth $100 according to Lt. M. L. Sibley.
-: Miller threatened Randy Lee Gentry Fire While ParkedAn 7:20 a.m. Pinkney drifted across the Dec. 24, Wm Arthur Ross, 34. .
i 25, with a knife when tie unlawfully center line partially into the west Pinellas, Fl, driving a semitruckwas
: committed sexual battery at the unoccupied 1977 Dodge was bound traffic lane and the outside approximately 15 feet south of
: Cove Apts. in Starke, according to distroyed by fire Dec. 28, while it was rear view mirror of the two vehicles Thompson St. in the center lane of Starke Family Planning/ Clinic
: Deputy Paul Stegall. parked at the Crawford residence. collided. traflc, moving at approximately 15 to ''
S Later Miller took money from Gen- 23rd St., Lawtey Pinkney of Jacksonville was charged 20 mph. Ross attempted to change Outpatient 'Tubal Llgation (Tubes tied) and Vasec-
: try's apartment and attempted to Apparently the electrical system with failure to drive within the lanes to the right and struck a 1977 1 tomies for of Sterilization
: take Gentry's car. shorted out and caught fire accordingto single lane, according to Trooper W. Dodge in the left rear door. purpose
: Bond on each of the three charges Trooper B. A. Williams. M. Abrams. The Dodge driven by Harriett No Hospital stay necessary.
The damage was $2,000 or a total drivenby Meadows Fuquay, 33, Rt:1 Box 581,
:. was set at $1,000, Miller is in custody, Damage to the delivery van
In the Bradford County Jail. loss according to the report. Pinkney was $100 'damage to Starke; sustained $400 worth of No Abortions performed.Call .
I Johnson's '81 Ford pickup was also damage, according to Patrolman
Additional Charge $100. David Crum
Starke Youth Ross was charged with improperlane
Arrested Placed Against ArroyoAn Dec. 22, vehicles driven by Annie change. 964-6500
additional charge of dealing in Bell Anderson, 65, P O Box 248 of
and William Clifton Jeffers Dec. 25, Donald Willis Woodruff,
James L. Peoples, 19,708 McMahon stolen property was placed against Lawtey,
St, Starke, was arrested by the Clay
County Sheriff's Dept. and chargedwith
burglary of a structure and .

burglary to an auto. Sale Good thru Saturday, January 2, 1982
in connectionwith
Peoples was charged
a burglary in Keystone Heights'Dec
13, at the home of Pat Murphy, -
pastor of Hope Baptist Church. At : New Year Block I BustersStart
that time money'was taken from the I
house and a gun was taken from Mur
phy's car.Peoples.

County was picked Sheriff's up by Dept.the Bradford and- the New Year Saving at TG&Y

transported to Green Cove Springs.
Bond on each of the burglary
charges was $780.55 each, accordingto
Investigator Kerry Page.

An additional arrest was made at
the McMahon address when BCSD Bath Tissue
located Brian Neal Morgan, 20; who .
was wanted in Duval County. on check 4 Roll* laperlowetss I
warrants.
Morgan faces three felong and 200 I Count : : ,. ; ; :; '
three misdemenor charges with bond '
set at $3006, according to InvestigatorDon 0 1
Denton.

2 Pedestrians 0O

Struck By Car

Two pedestrians were hospitalized
alter they were struck by an
automobile 10 p,m. Dec. 27 as they.
were walking on Weldon St. 3 Pack
Michael Wayne Holley, 19, of Mac- Clairol ConditionSHAMPOO
clcnny. was northbound on Weldon St. Nestle HersheyCandy Clairol Clair Mist
in his vehicle. Charles G. Addisonand CassetteTapes
Laura McRae were walking on
the roadway southward. According to Bars Hair Spray
the driver he did' not see the 16,ounce
pedestrians until he struck them. The
general area of the accident is poorly 00
lit, according to the police report. Total 3 hours 5/1
Addison, 17, P. O Box 901, Keystone 97 0 1"49'Maalox
Heights and McRae, 15, 415 W. Andrews
St., Starke were treated and
admitted to Bradford County Hospitalalter 990i
the accident. '
Witnesses saw a yellow Vega with
one headlight run 'a stop sign and
Strike the two pedestrians,with a probable
license number SCN-023. The I ,
witnesses then took the pedestrians to i I
BC11 where the police departmentwas
notified. 1 1. 1. a I'I
Later on patrol the police officer
saw a Vega SCN-024 parked near I 1
Weldon St with damage to the grill
and hood.
1 1 ,
When questioned Holley said he,; I
stopped and the man ask him to go for
help. He couldn't find a phone and
returned to the accident scene. The
pedestrians left the scene walking'
alter Holley said he offered to take



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Part-time service in the Army Ii
Reserve results in a second paycheck.For I'I.I. Cotton I .1
only 38 days of Army Reserve duty 1 /
a E-5 with over four years Active SI
Army experience can earn over$1,800a
year. This can be an important way
for an Active Army soldier, whose I I I II Ii
enlistment is up, to provide otherwise I
impossible extras for the family. It is
estimated that during a 20-year I
Reserve career, a part-time soldier
'can' earn as much as $65,000. Qty i Umjled,:NI.UnchfC( (i
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There are other benefits available
to those who Join the Reserve: Reser
vist are eligible to purchase $35,000

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