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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
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i r -. fShocked at New Water, Sewer Bills, Council Cancels Increase I



7'.,Alarmed. at the amount of December sewer and water rates, the Starke city Average increase in'the rates Is around 20 percent. But some residents begin action to rescind the ordinance creating the new water and sewer service -
1. I a commission> cancelled its recent rate increase two days before the bills were. would have had their water and sewer charges doubled,others went up four or rates. '
J to be mailed. five times. Clerk Tucker was instructed to delay December utility bills until they can
Meeting for almost four hours Monday night to go over some 700 combined The new rates for sewer service are based on the amount of water used, In- be refigured at the old rates. Tucker estimates it will be Dec. 12-15 before he
I water and sewer bills, the council finally decided the December bills won't be cluding a volume charge which continues to push the sewer service charge up can start sending out bills. The clerk said he has two clerks who know how to
,.. mailed until they are refigured at the old rate. It was further decided that the along as more water is used.Current charges are a flat$6 for residents and run the billing machine and will keep it going two shifts a day. Bills will be
newly Increased sewer and water rates, which went into effect Nov. 1, will be $8 for commercial.A sent out in batches as they are completed.The .
lowered before city utility! customers get them. resident currently pays$5 for 5,000 gallons of water per month,and under council wants to avoid borrowing money to operate through the month,
the new rates would pay $6.70, an Increase of 34 percent. if possible.
f Clerk Neil Tucker called for the special meeting after seeing how the new The sewer service charge for the same resident Is now $6 per month and Idea In the rates proposed by engineer Jim Lucas was to raise enough new
" bills were totaling out. under the new rates it would be $8.20, an increase of 36 percent. money to make the sewer and water services selfsupporting.Tucker .
JJTo qualify for a $494,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency Break-even point in the new rates compared to the current is around 4,000 said Monday night he couldn't tell the council how much new money
a [to improve the city's sewage treatment plant, the city commission passed an gallons of water per month. Thus, small users are protected many actually the increased rates would raise per month because all the bills had not been
'.f ordinance establishing the new rates. Seeing what the new rates amounted to getting a slight decease in rates. figured.The .
i dtY clerk Neil Tucker began to sample a cross section of the city's utility The more water used, however, the higher and water and sewer service council plans to figure how much new money will be required to carry
; '(customers. charges go under the new rates which the council has adopted by ordinance. the sewer and water services and to increase the rates the least amount possi
'.c.w.. '[Monday night the clerk presented the council with some 700 samples. But Monday night the commissioners instructed attorney Terry Brown to ble. The council wants to avoid placing its sewer treatment grant in jeopardy. .

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11 New Rates Abandoned by Council

I'r. ,Making. Cane: Syrup... Based on 5/8-inch Water Meter

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'''' Rudolph Hutcheson, at right, really Water 5,000 gal.. . . .$5 $6.70. . . up 34%

: Ti the eyeballs proper color.a new The bottle 1982 of batch syrup was for ,.ut' + Water 10,000 gal . . .$6.75 $10.30 . . ,up 60% I

: 1 I fine some of the best from the Hut-' lo. Sewer Service 5,000 gal .$6.00 $8.20. . . .up 36%

'. 'chtson farm. Sewer Service 10,000 gal. .$6 $12.50. . . .up 108%

M). At left, now the granddaddy of the
makers of the Hutcheson
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family, eldest brother Charles Starke Utility Bills to be Late...
: ,, /.,, ., "f [ carefully measures the specific ,
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:,,,;,,.1. .." ,$ ,':,{. gravity of new syrup. When the Utility bills are going to be late this month, according to Starke city
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C.1 hygrometer reads exactly 33, the clerk Neil Tucker.
: ,, batch Is ready to come off the fire. The city commissioners met in special session Monday night Nov. 29,
#,, Sixty gallons of raw cane Juice bolls to review some bills that reflected the new water and sewer rates.It .
down to six gallons. Rudolph can n.'t was decided the rates recommended by the engineers are excessive
almost tell Charles what the sia and need to be adjusted downward.
'0 I. hygrometer will read. Utility bills coming out later in December will be billed under the old
rate schedule..
Rudolph stokes the fat lightered c.: .
wood fire. It's a definite art to keep
the boiling syrup from getting too
hot or too cool.
P Shakeup in Hampton
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Charles, below dips buckets full
from the bottom and cools It In the k
air to keep the bottom from getting
', too hot. The brothers can tell pretty Leaves 2 Jobs Open
close from the copper hue whether

Ii the new.syrup Is ready ..., > Hampton is going through some There' no truth to the rumor that

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.. __ } yW maintenance man was fired and the ,Mrs. Williamson says.

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\ >*,a special meeting of the Hampton City the council about his performance on,
T Council last Wednesday night, Nov. the Job. Crawford was originally placed -
: 24- on probation andput: under the
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I i- I City Clerk Jane Hall turned in her supervision of Councilman Roy
resignation at the meeting giving the Roarke.At .
r council until December 14 to find a a Nov. 9 meeting Roarke movedto
replacement for her. After conslde"a.lion lay-off Crawford but his motion did
I t'ti 7"'i,1 of the situation the council votedto not receive a second and the councilwas
open a position of bookeeper for the at a stand,still over the matter.
city to assist the city clerk. After the first week of Roarke
ft S The council will appoint people to supervising Crawford he claimed that
the two positions for the present time 'Crawford was doing fine and the town
:' 1 I J ttIP but the city clerk's position will be was looking better than'it had in a
!. P ,f refilled during the next election Hall long time, but at the end of the second
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gave no reasons at the meeting for week Roarke's motion indicated he
: I II Her resignation.John had changed his mind about
Li'i Crawford was fired from the Crawford.
I \i tWi position of maintenance man after an Roarke then said he didn't want to
investigation of a $180 gas bill at the be the one to supervise Crawford.
i'I p r : Handy Way Store next to city hall, according Chairman Dewayne Mitzell then asked
t'' to City Commissioner Lola Town Marshal John Hodges if he
Williamson. Council chairman De would do the supervising and Hodges
; } t wayne Mitzel and council members agreed.
Lola Williamson and Roy Roarke attended Hodges had made the suggestion
the Nov. 24 meeting.The earlier in the meeting that someone
situation involves Crawford supervise Crawford and decide on the
1 .t1 alledgedly charging$84 of gasoline on estimated time it would take to finisha
rrwa the city's bill and using it for his per particular job. "If he does't do the
1 sonal use, according to Mrs. William work, we won't pay him" said
son. When the council received,the Hodges.
'tI $180 bill an investigation was begunto The gas bill situation ended any
I I"c see why such an excessive amount chances of Crawford remaining on
of gas was charged. the city payroll.


++w -st -. Santa Arrives Dec. 11 ,I

Increasing interest is being shownin Chamber at 9645278.
A Family Tradition for Hutcheson the 1982 Christmas Parade which The parade route is north up US-301
.. Brothers.. already has 13 firm entries plus a lot toward downtown Starke it will veer
of people who have phoned the off US-301 at Walnut Street turn righton
I Handing down a tradition of making very tasty cane syrup is an annual Charles, Rudolph, or Chuck would dip into the boiling cane juice turning Chamber office for details without Madison Street to Thompson '
, 13 affair for the Hutcheson brothers Charles and Rudolph. < to syrup when it began to bubble furiously, a phenomenom called the giving their names. Street, then left on Call Street and (
I I Chuck.19;son of Charles has Just about mastered the art of making cane( "hominy flops" AUUiree experts can tell when the syrup is nearing Therefore, Chamber secretary wind up in the open lot between the "
syrup over a hot fire fueled by now rare. lightered pine wood. Clint, 17,son I readiness. Muriel (Mrs. BiU) Wilson expects a old county courthouse and the Brad. :
,: j of Rudolph, is learning. '- Not trusting to their Judgement, however, Charles uses a hygrometer to good turnout for the Dec. 11 ford County Telegraph.The .
It's a way of life Charles and Rudolph don't want their offspring to lose. measure the specific gravity of the new syrup. When the hygrometer reads Christmas parade which begins at 4 award-winning Bradford High _..
Charles remembers when the Hutcheson and Alvarez families would gatherto exactly 33, the new batch is ready. p.m. at the Bradford Square Shopping Marching Band will march in the ...
take turns making cane syrup the whole month of November., The new boiling syrup Is strained through a clean white feed bag cloth Into Center. parade and play after the parade.The
It's still an annual experience for the entire family, with friends stopping a washtub. Then one of the Hutcheson ladies, some of whom are ever- If interested in participating in the band took second place in a contest in
by to visit at Rudolph's farm on Primitive Baptist Church Road,off CR-229 present though they come and go, use pots to dip the precious liquid parade, says Mrs. Wilson, phone the \tlanta recently.
(Brownlee Road) to have a cup of cane Juice, smell the cooking syrup and through a'funnel into the whiskey bottles. ,
visit. Kids like the sugar candy that is a. by-product of the syrup making. J4wPerVl0 you get all those bottles?" one young guest wanted to know.
: Some peel and chew the raw cane., "We Just keep them around when we're through with them," Rudolph In Our ,.,DAY. Dec..1 ;
Charles the eldest brother who works for Clay electric, makes certain replied! seriously not letting on any better." .u"' ...... I .... 1.1. -
everybody no matter what age, gets a chance to Join in the fun, Is offered Canadian imported syrup" said one of the ladies noting the bottles. Storii Women's Club
sugar candy, cane Juice,or a chew of raw.cane. Just a cup at first, lest the bottle break from the heat. Allowed to warm. too ..m. Ml' mSATUtOAY.
!the bottles are later filled and stoppered. B-Section.
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It takes a bunch of people to turn off a batch of can iyrup, including the ,, The syrup Is made Just like always, although the cane mill fs driven not Dec._4 \ ..
aa a young boys who took turns catching catfish and operating tile cane Juice\ by a mute or horse but from the power take-off of a tractor. The kids still Cub Scouts have a blast., : Dtdrte$1p.cI.' OlympicsOponlftg '\5-
a aa a mill,circa 1904 and expected to, last-another, 'two. generations Charles says, haw to feed the cane mill., Local Cub Scouts Ce.IMS. ...-..*. _,_
,, "if 1 we treat it right"tithe Rudolph, a mechanic by trade who works for the National Guard says design -y A.M.
, squeezed cane juice, looking much Uke algae infested water, is I this might be the- Jut year the syrup Is made with llghterd wood which ls ,their own roc. cars. ..4.. "
,, poured into a huge kettle over a hot fire. Soon brought to a boil, the Juice i getting carce: Ge.S."
, thickens with the cooking until 60 gallons turn out 6 gallons of some of the This year the sugar content of the Simpson cane Juice was higher requir Putt Putt... Spomorod by Bond ie.it.fr ::;
I finest cane: syrup one finds anywhere., ing leas time to cook off the water The veterans figured about seven cook- Frank ...... Hl.k $ch..l 6 A.M. Ml) fMONDAY. s::,
tegs from the half-acre of cane and had three turns of syrup made by noon Gagllo of K.yston.
Rudolph takes no stock with syrup that's too tab!,or that which: la too 'Saturday. They knocked off about 5 p.m.and finished up Sunday. Heights has opened a new Doc. 4 :, ,
thick to pour. Syrup made on the,Hutcheson fern baste be Just right The Hutcheson syrup-making is now an annual tradition in Bradford ,miniature golf course. A I look Srodfor1 County Commission : :

Rudolph l U the expert with the'fire 'keeping the cooking juice Just ;r County always on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Everybody who wants ol the Mooflno. f M A.M.
hot new
to take a loot, have a cup of cam Juice, eat sugar candy or breath the unique course and a bit of .
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enough so that the boiling bubbles, first white then darkening as the Juice flavor" ol the steam that comes off the cooking Is welcome to ,history of a unique -
thickens and turns reddish-brown syrup sport. Ir dl rd Ceullfr $ slightly dripping over the side of a drop by and
l enjoy a happening much like Granddaddy used to do it.
Jut -
3-lnch. high. circle, of. 'copper..... 'placed !inside' the- 'rim. of'the. bug. kettle.- (I!Charles and Rudolph plan to-keep that,tradition alive. Fun Run In the Sun... MooHnsj-7 P.M.


Mining. ,Ordinance Adoption? )Possible: in. January"or, ,February .of 1983 for Area charity.runners hit the roads UwtoyComtcllTUUOAY ltIS. ,P.M. -
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Bradford i County's 'proposed' ,' but completed its review of the ordinancetand 'would be Id January;Gaines said-that : 'It i is'possible that the Commission Dec. 7
long delayed, mining ordinance could' hadromised to return tt to his of- wfaenthe '.kl returned by could act on. the ordinance immediately News .'1...... MS-FTO Moottno
possibly be acted on January 3 by the !d', ;Flees me n- after the hearing at the latest ,news from the 7x20 .M. w
County Commission, but no sooner. 1caUonr'Sc alj, \ wlwUTbe given meiiaqfcudy,'after Jan.3 meeting,or the decision! might police beat In Starke. IMSCofotoHo t
the rcfeff roph was told this weeav. County Zoning, Directorn; which the ordinance wyJu be adverl be postponed until Its' February
I i County Attorney: Dudley Hardy said Gaines said the earliest that the or' flied for U daJtJ JKte hearing meeting, Gaines said. K.yston.'H&ghts and Lake ...... C..cd. 7 P.M.
Tuesday .that'jBeorela-Paeific' had ,dinance could eome for l : ; 1
_up. .adoption set for n ; ', ,I i s, (SeeMining.:... ,8uit.r

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ZA TELEGRAPHy December u,1982Casey



t." and School Board Agree on Economy Measures '

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"We're still not stymieing school, superintendents want to, turn that,, i$3'1.000 loss because of state cuts In think were pretty stW tight ont(ut on the purchase woods
purchasing," Supt. Tom Casey saidas weights assigned different stay
i thinking around. programs but I want you to know I'm
I'p he explained to the School Board "U cuts are going to be made, we a total of 317000. ; Supt. Casey told board
how the system will get along on need to know it," Casey said. The, Plus the district currently faces a .
$$417,000 leu this year m a Nov. 22 superintendents agreed it is time to $110,000 loss in student funding it
wor fshop. get legislators to recommit to putting thought it would receive, but won't ; untouched Is the$92,000 in con
Things will be pretty tight,but Supt. Florida education la the top quartile because of fewer students being funds slated toward putting
Casey to watch expenditures of the U.S. If that is not possible, the, ,enrolled In certain programs the the middle school and
close and come out in the, local school systems need to know as, primarily vocational programs at the $ roofs on
High or
p black at the end of the school year. soon as possible.A high school. 3 of Bradford some
into the
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'His explanation was received quietly cut of $417.000 puts the district Explaining how he plans to cut back the ; i\ serv system putting
by a school board In expenditures to meet income ; program, or any regular
complete
.t apparently almost back to the state funding level, Supt. fundsall items that
agreement with Casey s plan of of last year, Casy says. It looks like: Casey said: ; $
be cut from the current budget
attack. -$117,000 can be mad because ;
the coming year will see the school up
.. Casey urged board members and I system all the way back to last year's teachers were not hired to fill positions gram economic situation becomes bad
the teacher union officers to pin down 'levels he added. where student shortages occur- .
1 legislators on their committment to The funding cuts have come when red.
put Florida education In the top one- the local school board has already $99,000 will be saved by not purchasing -
fourth In the U.S.Do they really mean ,I'committed to salary Increases and Increased the usual three new school 1 p.m.
that or do they mean cuts have to be employee Benefits. buses Oils year. resistant to scab, now beginning
made, Casey asked.At So far Casey Is planning to get by .$17,000 will be saved by shifting If the quality Improves, prices
a conference of elected without l layoffs, or cutting salaries or two employees to federal funded pro- day follow with the Christmas
superintendents In Tampa recently maintenance.The grams. coming on.
Supt.Casey said it was agreed to takea initial percent cutback cost fu.$5 ,000 will be saved from reserve Jt a.rsrsrtttt.r.-
positive attitude toward state school the Bradford district $120,000, the prove
1 funding. Everybody has been talking more recent 2.5 percent additional .Those four figures add up to REWARDSOOO
cutting budgets, Casey said, and cutback cost $150,000, and there is a 301000.
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11 Tornado Talk from Bradfo.rd'High the conviction or ar


I 1. r by KelU Carver in Lake Butler and the third game will states and the District of Columbia. of the person or per
lie The annual extravagant Christmas be home Fri., Dec. 3 in the BITS The one week International Leadership
Formal given by the Little Women's gym!I 11 t The game will be at 6:30: for Seminar, offered In the summer, who took ceiling
i Club of Starke will again take place J.V. and 8 p.m. for varsity.Admissionis I,is held in a major location in the on October 3 from
this year for Fri., Dec. 10, In the $1 1 for students and $1.50 for adults. United States. This year's International -
1 Woman's Club. Come out and support the team.If Leadership Seminar will be their Mobile Homes
The dance will start at 8:30: p.m. held August 5-13 at EPCOT Center in the
and end at midnight. Events scheduled you would like to give a little of cooperation with the University of .
r for the evening will include picture your time and contribute to a worthy Central Florida. Students who attended -
taking for couples refreshmentswill cause, here's your chancel former State Leadership Seminars
rt+, be served and lots of dancing. The special Olympics will be held when they were sophomores are Contact
Invitations will be needed to be ad- Sat., Dec. 4. If you are Interested get Michelle Stilwell and Bobby Epps. Snow.
mitted into the formal. You may in touch with Mrs. O'Brian,room 1414. One of our Sophomores will be Mark Olin
recieve an invitation from a memberof selected to attend for the 82-83 school The
the Little Women's Club. Invitations f6The year; Who will it MI P.O. Box.27
are limited. Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation I I Clubs and Organizations.
has conducted an annual all- The French and Spanish classes Any Starkeor
Basketball season is here!I 11 I expense-paid Leadership Seminar will be having a rock-a-thon Fri.,Dec.
The first boys game was held Nov. since 1958. During the seminars 3. Procedes go toward the classes 'or
30 In Green Cove Springs. If you missed sophomores have the opportunity to state contest. Sponsors are needed to Call
6'2" Rattler... the first game you have another meet and question renowned leadersof pledge as much as they would like per Lisa
chance to cheer the Tornadoes on!111 I I today about their future world. hour. 'Is $1 I I 964.5606
Since meeting Eddie McGee this The second game will be held tonight State seminars are weekend events The FBLA attended a rally Tuesday -
"-foot. 2-Inch rattle snake will bite no held in the spring in each of the 50 Nov. 16, in Lake City where they yours /I I I
one else.
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McGee 19 a member of Pat
Welch's survey party knocked the
snake unconscious with a stick then
cut Its head off with a machete. It had
14 rattles and a button.
The snake was found on a bed of
pine needles along side where the Our <\*:... '
survey party was working on CR-225

just west of Lawtey. ,

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Butler and a 1979 graduate of Union,,n, '! ';=. .. .P ,. ,.'"' 'O'o\IN 1IIrl..l. x. .-
County High School has been assigned ; ?.. : ; *"
to Lowry Air Force Base Colorado t \- 'W
after completing Air Force .
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basic training. :r'
During the six weeks at LacklandAir I
Force Base Texas the airman :
studied the Air Force mission :
organization and customs and received .
special training in human rela-
tions.
In addition airmen who complete
basic training earn credits toward an
associate degree in applied science
through the Community College of the


Air Completes Pvt.Force.Brenda Basic Kinnaird TrainingPvt. .. h t New Car Loans .\ ." ::i



Brenda L. Kinnaird daughter
of James L. Sanford. Sr. and Helen J. On 82-83 Models i
Sanford. both of Gainesville has completed -
basic training at Fort Jackson 1 % "....-..

received S.C.During Instruction the training in drill students and r, ; : up to 48 months Financing

ceremonies weapons map reading
tactics military courtesy military
Justice first aid and Army historyand R
traditions.Her .
husband Danny is the son of
James H. and Rebecca Kinnaird of 4 .
Hampton.Pvt. For Example .
Kinnaird is a 1980 graduate of .
Eastside High School in Gainesville. :* .,'.

SSGT. Lionel Blake Borrow $10OOO.OO tat .. .
Arrives for Service


Staff Sgt. Lionel A. Blake Jr., son 1.5APR
of L.A.and Rebecca Blake of Lawtey : rate of 11.5 % -

South has arrived Korea.for duty at Camp Casey, .

Blake a carpenter with the 2nd Infantry with
Division was previously i payments
assigned at Fort : .
Leavenworth Kan.
Blake's wife Rebecca, is the Offer Good through December 1982 ':.
daughter of L.W. and Birdy L. Hamp \ of 269.52 -
ton of Columbia S.C. I '-'' h IiF
of ,
SSGT. Blake is a 1972 graduate of r
Bradford High School in Starke. y1tt ', i
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:.f'. tower"WbeQ ;you' ride through town,.,
and the new Christmas decorations

Lester WlUingham, Danny Griff w
Sidney Griffis, Cigar Andrews, and
.Marion Uzenbee, the city line crew,
have been working on the lights on the
water tank,lighted Tuesday night for
the first time.
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>City workmen were supposed to put ,
up Christmas candles along US-301, aw.,
on poles!in between. the Santa Claua
faces. S Ft

New "Happy Holiday" signs l.F
decorate the entrances to the city on
301, and a new "Happy Holiday"sign
covers the entire front of city hall on '
Thompson Street.

The city sold junk equipment to buy
the new Christmas decorations. Com-
missioner Charles Schaefer was
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; + Ugh! It's a Dirty Looking Green...
; One of the"modifications"! submit- juice, the doubt was forgotten. Charles Ilutcheson.
: ted by Georgia-Pacific would probably Julie Ferguson looks sort of doubtful about tasting above, made certain everybody young and old alike. I
be the requirement to fresh cane juice, which resembles green colored dirty was offered cane juice, sugar candy from the cooking,
: "revegitate" the Santa Fe Swamp if dish water. But once the kids got a taste of the sweet or raw cane to chew. (Story and photos on Page IA.)
: and when it is mined for its peat con- ..., arr k I
: tent. Revegitation was stipulated for 'ri
the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Associa- I

viable tion.Gaines alternatives said there for were"restoring"the several y :, Board to Reconsider Hall's Status

.swamp" other than !by "revegitation. New Chairman Rodney Hall ruled was transferred from the prin- school board- before Nov. 18. Moody
.r Nov. 22 that a request for recon- cipalship at Lawtey Elementary to followed with a Nov. 9 letter to Par
1 4 sideration of the status of Charles assistant principal at Bradford High. rish and Welty, stating he had a con
Pentecostal Apostolic Hall's public hearing will be placed on Hall wants the salary differential
Sabbath Assembly the agenda of the Dec 6 regular made, his status as a principal flict.Replying to Moody,school board at
: g 1 I meeting. and criticisms expungedfrom torney Welty'wrote Nov. 11 that Par
Welcome J Saying he wanted to bring Charles the record. rish had not cancelled the Nov 15
ingttc Sabbath. SMVIM$Swrtc?..10. 7:38 am' tatuntey ut Hall s request up in the sunshine, Moody has requested a mutual con hearing, as Welty had told Moody on
CR Z30A Starts. HrMtBT am Tuesday Chairman Hall asked for a consensusof sideration for a hearing date with 15 the phone Nov. 10.
Andrew fate. 413-1442 the board on whether the request to 30 days notice. In a Nov. 12 reply to Welty,attorney
------. for reconsideration should be placedon The board's hearing dates have Moody wrote "There is no questionthat
the Dec. 6 agenda. The consensus been set without consulting Charles it is my client's intention to have
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Cane Juice Skimmings Come Off First... came from newly seated board Hall or attorney Moody and with from his grievances publicly heard, but at
member Judy Becker and Mrs. two to 11 days notice the attorneysays. a hearing to which both he and I have
Hwy 16 W. A Weldon 964.6971 Chuck Hutcheson use a flat flexible paddle to carefully skim off tidbits of Patricia Spengler. Board membersJ.T. So far, the hearing dates have reasonable notice. Notice on Fridav
Pastor George Watson and cane and the foam that Is in cane juice.Chuck 19,Is becoming a master of the Parrish, the former chairman, been set by Supt. Tom Case or former at 1 p.m. of a hearing to be held !Monday .
The Congregation Invite You to cane syrup making. Clint Ilutcheson, 15. is not far behind. and J.R. (Jim) Lawson dissented.A chairman J.T. Parrish. Supt. Casey at 9:30 a.m. is not adequate notice
Come and Worship With Us second new request for a said he followed school board rules and you may be advised, once again,
Sunday Ie.............,. .......10 All grievance from Charles Hall,this one which allow him to call a special that neither of us will appear no Nov
Mamtne.. WsnMs"" .. .,..,.,...,.11 All concerning loss of military pay, will meeting of the board with 48 hours 15, 1982 and that such decision does
E..IIII.. .. ................7 PM also be heard Dec. 6 by the school notice. not depart from our prior position in
board. It has nothing to do with HaU'sfirst Chairman Parrish set the Nov. 15 this matter.
Wsdashay WsisNp..7:30 PM
grievance, and affects some 6 or hearing, which gave 11 days notice, Lawson voted with Mrs. Spenglerand
7.school board employees whose pay after Moody appeared at the second Rodney Hall after the first two
for military time has been cut this hearing and told the board it had not hearing dates to keep Charles halls
year. from $200 per year to$100. given him adequate notice or a request for a hearing open. After the
Neither administrator Hall or his mutually agreed upon time. third hearing date, at which neither
\a'J .,; .;; We appreciate attorney, Gary Moody, showed up Notified by school board attorney Charles Hall nor his attorney showedup.
business Nov. 15 for a third scheduled public Richard Welty of the Nov. 15 hearing Lawson switched his vote to go
\Jefi. your hearing.. Hall's original grievances date. Moody replied calendar problems with Parrish and former board
\t\Ces over' the years... concern $600 loss in salary when he prevented his meeting with the member Arthur Gaskins.

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1909 to 1929 autoe The oldest driver in the group,
jf'\ Eighteen vintage load'em the trailer
do we just up on
andwood B.C. Harthne of Orlando,
79-year-old
": resplendent in all their brass he "We have our own system for
I T' trim acetylene head lamps,andshileather was a youngster of six when the first handling says them because most wrecker
Endurance Run was made. He piloteda
upholstery rolled into services wouldn't know how to
Starke and out again under their own 1925 eight-cylinder Cunningham these "
antiques anyway.
power last Friday morning. touring car,with solid aluminum con- manage
struction. "They started continue In a brief ceremony on the east side
these cars about 1908 and of the Old Bradford County Courthouse
It was the fifth reenactment of an until the Great Depression in the early built just one year after the
"Endurance Run" staged 73 years 1930s" he said. "They really built first 1909 Endurance Run, County
i ago from Tampa to Jacksonville andback them to last." Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr.. .-'
.L to Tampa to publicize Florida's pinch-hitting for Mayor Vernon
Ed Kirkhart of
Another driver
need for more hard roads. Just as Silcox, read a letter of welcome to the
( they did in 1909. the cars and their Stuart piloted his 1912 Model T Ford, city. The visitors responded with a
which will faster, but for safety'ssake
run
f!;: passengers stopped in Starke for ai' letter of greetings from Mayor Bob
he cruises along at 35 mph. "The
break on their final early morning lap of .
:. wheels Martinez, Tampa.A t
from Gainesville to Jacksonville. wooden spokes in these are "
They were greeted here with hot coffee over 70 years old," he says, "so I try few minutes later the cars were ,,
P and doughnuts, courtesy of the to take ft a little easy" cranked up (most of them hand- '. '

Chamber of Commerce, as B.Z. Cashman a city employee of- cranked, that is) and chugged off for
io" crowds of antique car buffs crowded his the 45 mile run to Jacksonville where
?" Mayo, enjoys once-a-year job as
around to feast their eyes on models pit crew pickup trailer man. and they were on display at a reception in This 1921 Rolls Royce was the envy of all eyes at antique cars stopped at the Old Courthouse last Friday IfI.JIIJI
the
for
r ranging from a 1912 "Tin Lizzie" to a general roustabout for the EnduranceRun. Hemming Park before leaving
1921 Rolls Royce: "Usually one or two cars will return trip to Tampa




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; ..: >>) "t.\f.j.t Flowering Tree
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'would be benef Itted by a

"" have an idea in this Chairman Maxie Carter, Jr. {II"fU811 :
among :1
next thought must be, -
obtain a tree or two at a .
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price?"

; The Starke Woman's
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offering tree seedlings for
: Thursday. Dec. 9.This sale
'T' at 10 a.m. and continue
; seedlings are sold.
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In an effort to promote the
., 5 cation of Starke and the '-

County area, the Woman's ___
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w obtained 1,500 flowering :
trees for purchase by
citizens. They will! be
f packet of five trees for the

Flowering dogwood Can tab
lA
cellent yard tree because _
ing ability can highlight a .
porch. This tree grows '

planted under partial past were conJurt'd- up by this snappy, pin-striped 1 'I
neighboring tree and seat.
taller than 30 feet. This would
if you have too many power
contend with around the

Unsightly Dump vicinity of your home. wS DRUG

I The critical period for

Cleared dogwood tree in this area is
To Be ,by County first year following

drought conditions exist
tentlon is suggested. This
Garbage dumps like. Topsy, sometimes Health Department has been contacted and followed up by a fertilizer
"just grow" has expressed an interest in getting the area in the following fall and

cleaned and "sealed off" behind No Dumping nually to maintain healthy,
Someone throws out a bag of ham up '
paper growth.
signs in the hope that once the unsanitary,
burger scraps and an empty soft drink cup and
rodent-breeding ground is cleared away, I expect to be present at ,
before know it a full-fledged dump has
you dumpers will have the decency to take their ing sale. If you have any

sprouted up. garbage to the nearest dumpster or sanitaryland pertaining to trees bring
Such is the case of this one which is fill. you. Remember that a
high value is the one that
flourishing on railroad and county road right-
of-way just east of Container Corporation'sBradford It was j good news to learn that the county, propriately,landscaped with
which maintains 8th Avenue, plans to send a
the
Wood Yard. Under county's new
of this is bulldozer_ next week to bury the unsightly
street numbering
system eyesore ---
located on S.E. '8th Avenue, which connectsU.S. mess and Container Corporation will provide Letters,:

301, through the wood yard, to SR-100 at posts to place around the area in the hope that g of the trip, this proud owner wat!! farewell from his.
those who have been using it for a dump will car
Griffis Loop. At one time this road was con Blame Must Be Shared
I
sidered for paving by the County as a much- cooperate by carrying their garbage and other By All Reader Says II I

used shortcut between 301 and 100. trash to.sites that have been provided for this Dear Mr. Ferguson: Starke'e .- I II I
purpose.It "
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Such an offensive sight as this festering Generally I agree with Agents By f' "

dump presents would be a disgrace to the com is unfortunate that the habit of throwingout editorial message I think :

munity, even if located on a back woods trail- garbage and other refuse in this area has sending out week before las Bobby I ;"
ing with the efforts made :
but on a well travelled graded road within a increased over the years until it has become a Captains, it is commendable by ;: t

few hundred feet of Container's Wood Yard office major nuisance. The fact that it is just a few Coach, et the Taylor ..,
albtbat
it is inexcusable.In hundred feet from the office at Container's That' the ....,
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its early stages, dumping in this area was Wood Yard adds to the importance of keepingit the but neither drinking was players it a complete were over 80 F. tinues, many farmers will be put out: .

mostly confined to old appliances{ and worn clean. Container is the largest paper box warned again about the is unusual and of business, and our economical' bountiful ,
manufacturer in the world and of rare since food supply will be diminished
out pieces of furniture but in recent months it representatives quences mixing alcohol cool weather
has become littered with raw garbage and is of industries from all over the world other drugs with good and increase.your price: for growers will surely. .

now a feeding ground for stray cats dogs, and have occasion to visit their operation here tices Jim in Duncan athletics.took the cool weather and This is not to say however, that the
assorted animals both wild and domestic. from time to time. The site of garbage piled that seemed to be needed the first part of farmer and I am against EPA or the
high along a well-travelled road would not certainly his responsibility did not last long Intent and purpose of EPA. Surely, we
Attempts by county law enforcement officers give these visitors a very good impression of ministrator. He was any growing do not want ,,to; endanger 'or contaminate ,
to catch dumpers "in the act" at this the community.It concrete evidence in writing our own farm and "
'/ site have so far proved unsuccessful as no one parent who lamented the fact is permitting livelihood nor do we want to grow I

t lingers around a spot like this after he or she is hoped that once this unofficial dump has son was not the only summer of our grasses cool and sell food to that would be harmful in ;
'. has gotten rid of their unwanted garbage.The been cleaned those who have been disobeyed the rules of the and any way our people. E
up, abusing well as the laws of the egrass. I do think that more risk and cost- :
;', Environmental Health Section of the County this area will cooperate in keeping it clean. Florida. And so, Mr. Duncan are not benefit considerations should be \
disciplinary action to the preventing excep-, made as some of these very important f
It is certainly the right, as crops. decisions come about.JROTCNews ;

Ir: What? No Florida! citizens the responsibility in general,to of ask to exceptionally strawberries I t 5

r. justice by the School has occurred Board if they this growers year have tell I f

I i The State of Florida is dissolving a rate of from the Floridan Aquifer. school system. The School B had in several I ByI.t.. McKlnney J \

about one foot every 5,000 to 6,000 years U.S. Sinkholes occur when slightly acid rain hear discussion the issue over several making is already excellent some Battalion S-S :.

geologists tell us. So why should we worry water eats away caverns in the limestone facts by all parties. in some fields. C/SSG Lemar ii; i
as reported in the Crews, Jr., lion
about that? The loss won't be noticeable in our underlying most of Florida, and acid rain is Board might well have the grower this Mr, and Mrs. Lemar Crews of Starkef:
lifetime, or even in that of our great-great- he knows that was selected
becoming more and more prevalent in many that perfect Justice.was the Outstanding Cadet of JF
great grandchildren, several hundred generations areas of the state. When surface soil above the meted out, and that perhaps the or bloom freeze and at the first six-w eek. of school.He E

removed.But its was it possible or was selected for this'honor by ".
underground caverns can no longer support pect that player
every on
the loss of land is reported to be close to own weight, it collapses and presto another who broke the rule about bloom and fruit and Army CSM Instruction Hahs on the Col basis William L. Otte \
two weeks in of military *
sinkhole. could be tracked down and
four times
faster
around large well fields like permitting appearance, knowledge of military r
At that
point it might have
those now serving the Tampa Bay area. Pumping March subjects; attitude, academic -
Pumping from large deep wells is one of the for the Board to let the -1st and proficiency
in this area will means a loss in land surface critical factors in sinkhole formation in areas cipal's action stand Instead been May. ceremonies.in JROTC' and drill and ?|
of about one foot every 1,700 a intervening in the having pret
years says in- process.
around large well fields, and with the ever but
all
year of
U.S. ministrator should have He f
Geological Survey spokesman, and the creasing use of water for ,domestic and In-' had severe was presented with a personal
pro
the Board I
massive withdrawal of water was clearly supported by appearance ribbon the personal appearance s
dustrial uses it stands to reason that there Last but Strawberry
for not least the card (his for the six-weeks: s
the
responsible large number of sinkholes will be more and more sinkholes in Florida'sfuture community need to reflect bad outbreak of period), and a special citation of alt f
appearing in the well-field partially 'con .
area. drinking practices in Complicating predation presented by Col. Otte. -' J
law
they condone. It is
In one well'field, a pumping increase from Maybe it's something for someone else to citizens of any community is the fact that We would like to commend cadet a
five million to 15 the laws they want only have one In Crews for setting' the. example-we
million gallons per day worry about, later, but we hate to think of a Chief of Police cutworms on should all follow i
resulted in the formation of more than 60 North American continent without a beautiful, open and usually and the (SEVIN) 'jl

sinkholes within a few months. That sine state named Florida- even if it takes a million desires of the citizen and many

well field now draws 60 million gallons or more years to destroy it by wasting water. ball players as well as m &
off the
tend to follow In the paths market
elders Citizens generally Protection
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leaden.. Perhaps we are all on
t# t.."""& degree at fault for what would give ex,
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Every year, it takes the moon two-thousands of a second more to circle, .the Joe, W.Williams. tools being The first basket-makers"were 7
away from our farmer.If it con- probably. netting" bird.

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32 Left Tornado Wrestlers Whit Panthers 44-32

Bpddy ...
\ absence Taking of full Palatka advantage of the .,.......,. -aweeaw Pierce at 114, where he out-wrestled
upper-weight
wrestlers still j playing football Brad- --- '+.'9agirr Whitaker, a state meet semifinalist lie..........*eMl
In Grid Collings ford High's Tornadoes stormed back last year, to win 124. Also, Curtis *..ttkr. (P)MM t.rl.11.inANOMW DAVIS(INS)
from behind 32-20 with 4 straight wins wA. -- .? Jones wrestled to a 9-9 tie. MO.. 3.n..... 114.TOM Man(M)_.wMMw. Its
.... Other forfeit Cs -(P)eta Brae Onta II' It* __
in the upper divisions to whip < winners were Kenny (m N.AmftMfi WHAMS w. 14.cmrnt MMSM(IMS)
, Palatka's Panthers 44-32 in the grappling Wright at 187 and Ist-year wrestler H.ay.H-..14*.WMMi.|pta OMto.I.N>lit.Itf.MKHAH .
"PlayoffsArid, opener on the road Tuesday Andrew Davis at 107. I SMMWH (INI) ,*, Minn. ,... 117.WIHtaM .
I.T na '" 1st home meet for the wrestling (h) OM.feffeM. lN. nun MOM(HS) p1.
'" .night. McC M itt. IS/ KIMNV was Q49 (IMS) VM _.
T Sports EditorMH&BmMMBHBam With the match tied 32-32 first year IPw"C Tornadoes is Thursday,December 16, to.AM TYSON(w)pta Wcnrtfk....tad oo AtaINO.NTON
)i I-- 2 wrestler Sam Tyson put an end to the ;: against Ocala Forest.Meet time is set (SHI)MM tofa*.
I ] I drama with a 3rd period pin in the 222 efi .... for 7 p.m.
,. pound match. Tyson had built '
up a -v,
there is .
32.plat's
now
comfortable lead in
i the bout with
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how many of the 400-odd high schools that field football
teams in another Ist-match wrestler, but he
Ir FloHdaare still alive in the state's football playoffs.' had been penalized for locking hands SAM A Christmas card
The survivors TYSON'slhird period clinched
of last pin
Friday's first-roundgames Included the top-ranked and nearly disqualified before ended
, teams in class . Slrasota Booker ((10-1) avenged its only defeat of the year with an 18-13 seconds to go. value from Hallmark!
upset win over Frost roof(10-1)( last Friday.4A leader Pensacola Woodham That made it 38-32 Tornadoes and
((11-0)) had its first close game' of the year but nipped Panama City Mosley Palatka didn't have a wrestler to go This year, send beautiful Hallmark holiday
(9-2)( for the second: time in 82 13-7. In 3A our neighbors to the east, top- against Bradford's Donald Thornton r.Na .. greetings at a special low price! Our Holiday
ranked and defending state .raa g
, champ Palatka ((11-0), escaped past Jax. Lee in the unlimited class, giving BHS the
((6-5) by a 14-10 count while in 2A, top-rated Clewlston (11-0) mauled final 44-32 margin. t Assortment contains 36 assorted cards at
Melbourne Central Catholic (8-a) 3416.In Palatka forfeited 3 weight classes Olt., kt v $4.49-less than 150 apiece! See these and our
quarterfinal action this week Woodham hosts Lake City (10-1), which and BHS 2, but the key to victory was other assortment values today!
knocked:: off 2nd-ranked Jacksonville Raines ((10-1) 20-12 behind a fullback- that 3 of the 4 Tornado wins were by
oriented offense and a huge offensive lib*. Palatka is at home against also- pin, worth 6 points each.
unbeaten Tallahassee Leon (11-0) in what nhould be a doozy. If you want to Besides Tyson, .I. ..
see that one you might think about getting ticw,, early... it's a sure sellout. Michael McDuffie decked 147-pounder his !tt. .
in
I Elsewhere in 3A Ocala Forest (9-2), a 28-10 *"' ,ner over local district just 39 seconds, and 169-pounder man Ted- "
champ Gainesville Buchholi goes to KUslmmee (S- 't-musville (9-2) visits
dy Bresee '--
was even quicker, winning ':
undefeated Naples ((11-0), and down south 3rd-ranked Ca..inal Newman of by pin in only 22 seconds.
West Palm Beach (11-0) goes to Homestead (8-3). The TEDDY BRESEE had the fastest
j :That last one might burn out the Scoreboard lights. In first rounu.!,?Car other outright winner was Tom pin of the night. .
dinal Newman outscored Ft. Pierce Westwood 34-33 in four: overtime.,,,nd Aoorln.nt i,
Homestead out-offensed St. Thomas Aquinas of Ft. Lauderdale 3228. .\>?. "
,closest game to us outside of Leon-Palatka is at Newberry with the 5th-' District Special Olympics is Saturday
ranked Panthers (19-1) hosting 6th-ranked Father Lopez (11-0) of Daytona
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Beach in a 2A game. 'I1 e\
the semifinal games (and the 1A final) are Dec. 10, and finals for 2A achievenVeA.olyniPic1s.> I competition will again be bringing the joy of athletic
tMOugh( ,4A are Friday, Dec..17... Special Olympiffientallv handicapped children In Starke. Bradford County
Olympics on Satufd' the Kiwanis of Starke will host the District Speciala.m.
5s: The biggest difference'in jr. college basketball and high school here at at the Bradford ftfitep- 4, beginning with the Opening Ceremonies at 9

BHS for Hope Jackson is that she doesn't have to carry all the offensive load. Some 300 children and adu'Khool...... Gym. . She started the first three games for Gulf Coast Community College of Activities m north Florida are expected to compete
, Panama City and took just 11 shots. GCCC coach Lee Anderson is utilizing will include gymnastics, I"\.*.
her at both point guard and wing and she's Impressed him with her ball-, ball events. Children are allowed to compjjpble-and. shoot, and team basket- .
handling and defsense besides the shooting ability that was her trademarkhere. .variety of events. their own level of ability in a Shop *
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GCCC won- 2 of its first 3, beating Calhoun CC of Alabama, and then' developmentally disabled children to build their bodies capped! and other 110 w. Can street -1t :...
Broward CC, before losing to Brevard CC 70-69 in the finals of a tournamentin tivity and find the joy of winning through personal effort. "h physical ac-
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...Local district and region cross country power Gainesville Buchholz was "
Stir in the boys race and 12th in the girls go of the state meet in Deland.
jThe 2A portion of the meet was a little stronger than anticipated,with P.K.
Yftnge,which BHS gauged 2A strength by on basis of a dual meet with that .. I. ,.
team last month, taking 5th in the boys run'and 12th In the girls. ( j .


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anyone wishing to join the Club are invited.
The Club will plan projects for the BHS athletic program,which this year .
has included painting at the football stadium, and new fencing and paintingat
the baseball diamond, as well as sponsoring the BHS sports banquets.


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MAli A(M mi..) BHS girls bssketbsll at CHS(I:00)
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[f; Tornadoes 'Clay coach John Neely who said score after that as Clay's delay' wf"It

J "ya'Il have Improved 100 percent in ed. wasn't bad at all for {heir
Sexton praised his squad's play
: ," new BHS coach Bill Se
<. Look ImprovedClay general. laid of his JV unit. He noted that

",, "For The first time out we did a should be one of the best teams Bl
l High's Blue Devils, expectedto good Job," the BUS coach said. "We fort will play, and added, "two Hi]
again be one of the top basketballprograms ended up with 4 people in double men Jimmy Sewell abd
( in north Florida, swept figures. But we'ttPkot to get more rebOunds eunninghamdidn't play ton
rl H, } past Bradford High's vanity and JV (the Tornadoes were out- because their eligibility forms ain
!squads Tuesday night in Green Cove rebounded 37-28). Daren was the only and they're going to help us.
I but the margins of defeat In the one really consistently on the boards. Frank and Kenny Holm are I
J season opener for BUS basketball "We blew a couple of golden opportunities cellent'shooters who had off night
I" ? gave indication that the Tornado when we first went to the Tony Jenkins /led the Baby 'De
cagers are striding to respectabilityagain. press. We caused some turnovers but with 23 points.
couldn't take advantage. Part of it
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I"t'' The first time Clay and Bradfordmet was that it was our first ballgame and IMiMnlW II l 1 M

t'! F last year the 'Devil JV won a their 4th (Clay is now 3-1). And hey euuAu.manOo40Wakh,Bellamy 0410,It rnnctebfroo Is f It ,J
80.41 landslide and their varsity they shot 18 free throws and we were 2 ( S 0410.Carter 31.It.JM
Ti disposed of the Tornadoes 7245. This of 3. 0 'eo.Pierc.10-1 IS,Chandler T(W M,jr.**.Jifl

time Clay knew it was in a ballgame "Still, .with the youth we've got, ClAy tf Baleen 4,Evan 4,William J,rohnao
in both encounters before prevailing we'll have to get better every time BralM*I,Dukln II,Cant Hi\
71-58 in the varsity go and 53-40 in the out. We've got to keep working hard
junior varsity clash Tuesday.The and I think we'll turn it around." -HtJV II I. ..
O-l Tornado squads have three Bradford patiently worked Its offense .uD,Ot JackMfi tM.< > ,Lone 14 *M 1.11 4. .
I chances to crack the win column in against a sticky Clay zone and 1-17,Cooper 0 l-t 13,Gainey 104)) .ktl I t
'I the next 6 days. BHS goes to Lake hung within 6-8 points of the 'Devils McUodOMO, .T Mfe.. ".,...
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'\'I\, ", \ 4A Orange Park for the home opener tempo by trading buckets early.
' Friday Dec. 2, and plays district
; .I \ 5-AAA rival Santa Fe here Tuesday Pierce threw in a one-handed
' 28-footer at the buzzer to pull BHS to t
"" ." : night. Dec. 7.
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one quarter.
Orange Park lost to Clay by a couple
' points in the Rotary tourney at The Blue Devils scored 10 'of the
',.. 'if' Clay High.Varsity. final 14 points in period two to go up M5'J f +,
' i :r ',. :. 34-24 at halftime. r I. :4/'i

' j .' I ,J,, l} ,.'. Scoring Up But BUS jumped Into Its press star- ..4tr1C 4
J jJ ',' W':'"I"'A'." .. ting the second half and Clay turnedthe rr pA
, "I' Only twice all last season did the .
I Driving Baseline... 0 0 ball over on its first 5 possession.BHS
Tornadoes in than the 58
I put more got two baskets out of that to pull
; Vanity guard Mark Pierce Bradford's le.cIID..er Us.-pictured is forward. Domett Watfelns.. .,number 30:, points they did in Tuesday night's to within 34-28, before Clay built the .
Tuesday with 16 points, works the baseline against. Clay" opener at Green Cove. margin back up to 42-32 on two drivv '
That and a 44.4 percent shootingrate ing baskets by slick guard Vatw
1 for the night which could have Johnson who totaled 27 for the'ght.JVs .
been better if not for some missed \ J"Lt.sr

Lady Tornadoes Split in Tourney layups were the most obvious improved I
1 areas in the '82-83 lid-lifter. Stay Close,
And much of the shooting was in the The Tornado Jwdor varsity, down
>-- 12-15 foot Jumper range, an area that just 14-10 aver a period saw Clay I
A run in the last two minutes gave .
seemed to be outer limits for BHS last spurt out'0a10pointhalftime advantagorbut j a
High's girls a 36-3
cLBradford win over Baker County but il year.Guards. then hung right with the
Mark Pierce and Robert ,ague Devils in the second half.
in finals
the it was Keystone's ponn
c3 did of outside Herbie and
Dodd who was running the show aV !I Bellamy most the gunnery Sophomore Cooper M
Indians kept the championshi II canning 13 of 23 shots bto..een Ricky Gainey crashed the offensive
trophy Lady of the KHHS Thanksgivingourney them,and ending with 16 ar riO points boards hard and Cooper knocked in 13
at home with a 45-36 win over! t respectively. FootbaJA8Uback Em- points to lead BHS. Frank Long hit for
;HS last week. melt Watkins -owed signs of BUS early before Clay went to a box- k.
rustiness ear.b'fmissing 7 of his first 8 and-one defense with man coverageon
with
r--"':' crobatlc Dodd a moves 5-5 and sparkplug an accurate I 1 shots, bu kale senior hit 4 of his last 6 him and ended with 9 points, while
j Held*'* t total 10 points wing Kenny Holmes showed a good
\ ot, wowed a crowd of about 160 i in ,
m Ie KHHS gym by pouring in 31 points ....ftlost of the baseline work was done outside touch for 7 points. Gainey,and rri ,
Daren Chandler, who
alternating point guards Simon Mitchell
r Keystone in the Wednesday, Nov sowed
U) finals. That offset balanced a soft touch in hitting 7 of 16 and Shaun Jackson each hit 4
t scor- tries for 14 points.Senior Gary Carter points. t --- ....._. _
the Tornadoes. Von.da
t-' g by Lady ,t.J rounded out the scoring with 8 points. The Baby Tornadoes pulled to with
y Hall hit 16 points for BITS fJ 1111I Cooper Works Inside... )
S. Ityjaf11" 1 BHS coach Mike Sexton agreed that 8 at 48-40 when Jackson stole
the ball
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free throw line led
m the and both If! Herbie Cooper (no. 21) of the BUS 1
t the
improved for
shooting was a sight
ms In rebounds with 11. Queenie off the dribble and fed Cooper for a
junior varsity free insideS
gets
had 10 points and 4 steals, and 8 sore eyes, and after chatting with layup with 3:47: to go, but BHS didn't

__.-I Uing senior Lorraine Bass hit 6
points and grabbed 5 rebounds but
-: : more Importantly swiped 7 steals as at".
ii."' BHS went to trapping pressure in an INONE MINUTUYOUCANSAY
S attempt to rally Cindy Strickland ad-
ded 4 points and freshman Gloria
Davis cleared 5 rebounds.
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BHS coach Gayle Lee said two
determining factors in the game were
the loss of freshman guard Maria ,
Reddish to a twisted ankle inju I
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the opening minutes of the fir thdo -
missed foul shots. BHS/sSed
t front end of eight on- ""-Des; Queenie Swipes a Dribble..
, There was UP***or Reddish to healand I As teawate Ixtriv.inc 3anc watches Lady Tornado forward Queenie BerrVp'chs
;d i foul sb**" 0 be Practiced as next the pocket of Key tofw' Vlcki'Bontt for halfcourt
; : a steal In the finals
g ama0'" the BHS girls is Thursday of the Keystone Heights girls/ basketball this "
tourney. Despite thievery
14 IIt, Dec. 2, at defending district
Keystone came out on top. "IWVEYOU!
hamp week- ligh (8 p.m.),
'
In last .tourney finals
Keystone led from wire to wire. BHS 14 points, 6\ of then by Dodd, to up the the middle periods and led Baker
missed its first 7 shots before margin to 22-13 .hd led:24-13 at half. claw back Into the game.
: Strickland banked in a goal, and fell Closest 81f$could get in the second As a matter of fact the Lady
I behind 12-3. half was within 8 mopped twice both Wildcats led by 5 with less than three
\ A 4-polnt play with 1:04: to go pulled times when Rail 1 in a pair of minutes to go but Bradford held
BHS back to within 12-7 at the first foul shots But each time Keystone Baker scoreless the rest of the way 2OTIMES
I period's end. Bass bucketing a 21-foot responded with scoring runs and managed to pull out the victory.
bomb while Hall was fouled Bass led the BHS scorers with 13
underneath and Hall swished both Semifinals Close.. points, followed closely by Reddish
foul shots.A In the acini's Tuesday night UK with 10 and Hall with 9. Berry had 8
followup by Hall closed the gap to Lady Tornadoes opened up a 7-point rebounds and Hall 7, while Bass had 6
12-9 but Keystone ran off 10 of the nextSports lead in the first half but went dry (11( steals and Reddish 3.

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Finals Statistics for ) between two people.

Bradford Pee Wee's y

;: Harold Chandler the little player Call Toda
called a "Herschel Walker and
Wilbur Marshal"all wrapped Into one
,oJ;7 by Pee Wee coaches William Stroud 964-6305 t *
Willie Brown Vemoir Barber and .
. .r George Seeley\led the team with 825
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" .. issisted tackles and 250 yards pass- 4"" .
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11 :. catches and 20 tackles. Troy Aaron .
made 35 tackles Truin Blye had 30 ,'"
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5th Graders Escape With Close Win in Southside's Turkey BowlThe


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5th graders kept their streak alive of never losing Jenkins added the extra point kick(see photo) to put toe
a Turkey Bowl game at Southside Elementary, as they younger team on top 7-6 tears filled the eyes of some 5th
scored a touchdown and field goal in the final moments graders as an upset seemed certain.
last Tuesday to pull out a 15-7 win over the upsetminded3rd But the 5th graders went back on top on a bomb from
and 4th graders. Derrick Byrd to Lorenzo Hall and then, after an in-
terception, Kelly Hatton kicked an insurance field goalto U
Also, the 2nd grade team beat the 1st graders 13-2 in make it 15-7 and preserve the 5th grade win streak.In tt'
the Cranberry Bowl, but in the Turkey Hen Bowl, the the girls Turkey Hen Bowl Tawana Kinsler scored 3
girls of the 3rd and 4th grade spotted the 5th graders a TD's and booted an extra point to lead the 3rd and 4th
12-0 lead before storming back for a 25-12 victory. graders to victory. Wyntrette Chandler added a score
The games, plus special halftime activities such as a for the winners, who had to come from behind after
marching band, pyramids, and cheerleading dances, Rhonda Bryant threw to Sherry Bass for a score and
were all part of Southside Elementary's annual Turkey then ran for one to put the 5th grade up 12-0.
Bowl day.In The little guys and girls got in on the action in the
the big Turkey Bowl game Gale Hampton put the Cranberry Bowl and the 2nd graders won with Jason
5th grade boys ahead 6-0 with an early TD run and that Welty and Sam Rambert scoring TD's and Genard
score stood up until the final two minutes when the 3rd Williams kicking the extra point.Only points for the 1st
and 4th graders shocked their older counterparts with a grade came when Kyle Brown snatched a flag in the
one yard scoring run by Gerald Bradham. when Allen endzone for a safety. -i

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;f1Y 3rd and 4th grade girls to victory In the Turkey lien left, also gives chase.
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It didn't last though, as the 5th graders rallied for a TD
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both men and women. Is on the 1982 Tour of Homes. and features what may be the most modernly appointed o ,
The new stucco building on West Call Street In Starke beauty salon In Starke. Big Disposable Bag ......

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I It took two years for Jim Langley and his wife. Liz,to The Langley.children Donna an 8th grader and Jim '". w ..Sa'le.1,1.9.95, .. .. .....,., .
build this log home on Morgan Road. CR-233 which will Jr.,a sixth grader at Bradford Middle School are shownbe .r -
on this year's annual Tour of Homes with the home In Its perfectly fitting country setting.

The Starke Woman's Club will have is a wood heater in the fireplace. No Vo-Tech Center The Ultimate In //fl
their annual Christmas Tea and Tourof heating and cooling systems exist as The Bradford-Union Area
Homes on Dec. 12. a wood heater fireplace attic ceiling Vocational-Technical Center will participate Vacuum Cleaners c.a
Tea will be served from 1:00: p.m.til fans are adequate.Beams in the "Parade of Homes"
,4:00: p.m. in the club building. which have been bleachedare the Starke Woman's .
Maps will be available and homes exposed In the great room and the sponsored Club on Sunday by Dec. 12. The Hoover Self Propelled .....
may be visited from 1 p.m. until 6 dining area.A cane ceiling fan hangs ,The Vo-Tech Center was started in
p.m.Tickets at$3.00 each may be purchased over the dining table. There are pine 1967 and has grown through four Concept One Cleaning .. ...
from members. tongue and groove cabinets in the kit building phases under the direction of

The James Langley..Home chen.linoleum A dark covers brown the entire parkay downstairs design L.there T. are Oglesby.20 programs At the present offered time in- System (I) ;

The attractive and home of floor.
unique Academics Air Conditioning
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Mr. and Mrs. James Langley is Two rockers and hanging swings 'and Refrigeration Auto Mechanics Come In For A Free Test Drive __ .it .1
located on Morgan Road.This is a occupy the front porch and in addi- Business Education Carpentry _
house constructed of pre-cut logs and tion to this lovely home a swimming Clothing Construction Commercia Reg. 329.95 t? .:
built by the owners themselves. pool complete with concrete and wood Vehicle Driving Cosmetology Data -r .
Construction was begun on June 23, deck and a pool house Is located In Processing Keypunch Truck and t" ,' '
1978, and completed December 24,. back of the home.NuWaves Bus Mechanics Drafting,Electronics Sale 279.95 ",,nnnmtnh
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Beauty Salon Technology, Heavy Equipment
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kept. The house includes a great The home of NuWaves Beauty Mechanics Nursery Operations :.'J Jnb: room,kitchen and dining room,three Salon Is located at 504 W. Call St., Masonry, and Welding. The Center .r }f1. .Ibwlf
bedrooms and baths Starke. the site .v, 9iJ
two with a wide on original of the operates a day and an evening program
front porch in front. This is a two- Frank Hemingway residence.Bob throughout the year, with approximately .8
story home with a gable roof. Mr. Harris of Affordable Homes 500 students attending. ',,0 T&Jt
Langley did all the plumbing] electrical built NuWaves three years ago, and 1' :.'J 01 be v
and cabinet work himself and they will observe their third anniver- ti ... r,.,dwaI /'
built the entire house assisted by his sary this Dec. 17. Woman's Club Plan ". 'wll1'' R
family with the exception of the foun- Robert Harris owner and operator Sale Dec. 3 I J" next! .
I dation. designed Interior and exterior of the Rummag. ; 1"' ,!)
) The fireplace is of shingle and rock building. Dogwood Tr. Sal. Dec. 9 / I, i Ij
construction. The rocks orginally The staff Including Robert Harris :
came from. North Carolina and there Keith Hunter Rhonda Boyd and Rummage and Bake Sale at Welcome' : ;
_sf Wanila Winter did the decorations. Woman's Club of Starke at Jeffersonand / {
Earth tones of beige brown and Walnut St. on Friday. Dec. 3 at

Senior Citizens Club blue have been used. Furniture is 9:00 a.m.until-on the lawn of club /
Has upholstered in blue velvet and the house or on sun porch in bad weather. / To Our
ThanksgivingDinner floor is covered with attractive brown There will be bargains galore in-
Nov. 23 tile.A. cluding coats and Jackets.Coffee and /
very homey atmosphere exists slices of cake as well as whole cakes
The Bradford County Senior here with stone fireplace,mlni-bllndsz will be for sale. / ChristmasOpen
Citizens Club held their Thanksgiving lots of window and mirror space and -
dinner Tuesday Nov. 23 at the.Pratt plants. The shop has separate areas On Thursday Dec. 9. the club will
Street Recreation Center. for shampooing styling and drying.It have a dogwood tree sale at the club -..
Table decorations carried out the also includes a kitchen and an attractive house with 1500 trees to be sold at five
festive occasion. Chaplain Minnie sundeck outside. for$1.00.
Coss opened the dinner-meeting with G
prayer and special guest city commissioner L '
Charles Schaefer led the S House
j(I'' group in the salute to the flag. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
,. President Harry Fertig presented .1j
the out-going president Lucy Wellon
with a plaque and a plaque also to
Peggy Richardson for her many CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC ,
years of service and devotion as
finance director. She resigns to care "
,,', ,f for her husband who is in poor health. SPEdAUZMQ N MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE r
( Among the visitors were Frank
.. ; Williams Bill Wilson and Jimmy
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Bowen.Out-of-town visitors were past
5/0' J i president Wellon's son and family
i Steve and Susie Wellon; Hampton BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH j ,
members Rudy DeWaters Evelyn ( ) (AUTO INJURIES) ;
Vaughn and William Lann. The club Sunday. Dvcvmbvr S
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t. _' Travell Smith. PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS .
HEADACHESMIGRAINE ON THE JOB INJURIES ItSpm: .
-- The next meeting will be Tuesday.
J"S: Dcc.14 at 12 noon Turkey salad sand- ( ) WORKERS COMP
.:;' j wiches and tea will be
J!' served. bring the business meeting PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
d I. there will be an election of new officers .. } ,
: for the coming year and all MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY "
1 members and guests are urged to at-
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" ,Everyone 55 and older Is welcometo T.EDIIIM
Join the club and Join In the fun,
games and fellowship., 24 Hour Emergency Answering ServiceMon. itW11SOnS
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Pee W.. Cheerleaders ?ywt SonIa Torre., Did You Know .'*, .. .I- r rlor'

Hold Skating PartyThe Eric Hamilton
w To Wed D.c 11 Mrs Gilbert Goldwke visited M ".. \} 'and, Mrs R. R. Twrnipw-d. SrM J
Elizabeth Goldwtre ir last << Aunia were Sunday Mnught'
Pee Wee Cowboys cheerleaderswere Waycrmw
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honored at a skating party and R' 'HSAlIIGft w Mr.:- and' Mrs. Ural Torres':' of Tuesday to Sunday guests'of Dr. ana Me*. H. :ii Adams.

luncheon Saturday Nov. 27 with
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hostesses Mrs. Owen Alvaret, Mrs. Jacksonville announce the ap Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffis and family Friends nf Mrs. Is! Griffis will be
I y proaching of their
marriage
to know.. ahe has moved back to
Robert Bowen Mrs. Donald Thorntonand Sonia of Winter Park were guests during happy
daughter, to Eric L. HamUton
the and Gerald Stark from Lake Butler.Mr. .
Mrs. Wilbur Waters at the home son of Mrs. Hazel Hamilton and Jesse weekend of Mr Mrs.
of the latter on West Madison St. Hamilton. Griffis.
ClalrOtastaln and Mrs. Carl Peterson of Dun-
The girls enjoyed skating at the
The wedding will take place Dec.
Lake Butler Skating Rink from 10:00, 11. at 3:00 on Mr. and Mrs. Gary Witt of Boynton nellon are visiting her parents, Mr.
: Hall of
to 13:00: and then returned to the Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Chastain of Jehovah's Witnesses In Kingdon Starke with Beach spent the weekend! with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Herres this week.
Waters' home for lunch. ,Starke announce the birth of a a and Mrs. George Copeland and nil attended
reception at the National
The dining room was gayly dater, Alison Clair, born Nov.- 23 Guard following Road. a family wedding in Orlandoon Mr and Mrs. Rod Struth of Plant
General Hospital. Mr and Mrs. Bobby Case 01I..e
decorated with blue and white i All friends and relatives Saturday.Mr. City
streamers. The buffet table was I Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Invited.Duplicate. are cordially City, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gullic
covered with a blue and white arrangement Clyde Sinclair. Paternal grand. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre had as of uainesville. Tim Hannan of Lake
of carnations and mums, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carlton out-of-town guests Thanksgiving day Butler and Ms. Marian Dowling
DebraCrutchfleM with helium balloons coming from the Chastain all of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Mcintyre of Ponte Slider of Starke and families were
Marvin Norman center. The words, "Go Cowboys" Bridge Vedra Beach, Kevin Mcintyre of Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Lou
were written on them. Club Results Palatka and Mrs. J. E. Mcintyre and Struth.Mr. .
Miss Donna Samons, coach of the Matthew Bradley Carter Mrs. C. C. Smoak of Jacksonville.
Debra Crutchfleld. girls was presented a plaque in ap Rhea Johnson and Lora Francis and Mrs. T. H. Slade were
{Marvin Norman predation of all her hard work this Mr. and Mrs. Brad Carter of Starke were the winning couple at the chari- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Uttle of Atlanta Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and
year.Highlight. announce the birth of a son, Matthew duplicate bridge club tournament spent Wednesday to Friday with her Mrs. Charles Sawyer hi. Jacksonville.
[Engagement Told of the party was the showing Bradley, born Nov. 30 in Alachua held Nov. 23. Marie Dent and Eva parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee
of a movie that was taken of the General Hospital. Mathewson were second and Lucille Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Harold McConnell Jr.
Mr.and Mrs.Samuel G.Crutchfieldof girls at a recent game. They especially Maternal grandparents are the late Green and Marjorie Thomson were and family of Orlando spent the and son, Michael of Arcadia visited
I Brooker announce the engagement enjoyed watching it In reverse. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Pabst of third. weekend with their parents, Mr and 'their grandmother and great-
I of their daughter Debra Ann to Banners were presented to each Jacksonville. Mrs. Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill grandmother, Mrs. NeLma Keen over
)George Marvin Norman son of Mr. girl with their name and the Cowboy Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Tue ..Nov.30 Results Deas. the weekend.
[and Mrs. Carl W. Norman of Lawtey. emblem on them. They were made by Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. of Starke and First place winners were Louise
[ The wedding is planned for March Mrs. Julia Alvarez. paternal great grandparents are Mr. Darst and Jack Burnett. Second place Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Brown were at Mrs W. H. Thomson, Miss Lillian
5, 1983 in New River Baptist Church. Those attending the party hours and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. of winners were Shirley Watana and Cedar Keys fishing over the weekend. Stump and Mrs. John W. Griffin spent
f The couple are both graduates of from 10 to 12 were: KIngsley Lake.Denmark Aura Bhannbhandh. They were joined Thanksgiving day Wednesday to Friday with Mr. and
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Bradford High School. Apryl Seeley, Dana Bowen. Dearna by Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark and Mrs. Fred Thomson and family in

Waters, Lisa Mitchell, Cindy Samoa. _. Did You Know.......... Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nocgel for a Tallahassee.Mr. .
Rhonda Alvarez, Jill Strickland, seafood dinner.
Selena Norman, Jull Jackson Family Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymour have and Mrs. A. Russell Norman
[ MIss Cindy Bunnell Christie Dickins. Pam Thornton, Reunion SaturdayThe had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey spent spent the past two weeks vacationing
; Honored At Rosalind Taylor Tricia Parado, Donna Harrington of Ormond Beach last Thanksgiving day at Lynne Fl. atten- In Lexington Ky. and New Orleans
Bridal Shower Samons and Mrs. Ann Samons. annual Denmark family reu- Wednesday and Douglas Seymour of iing the Boyer family reunion at the La. They attended the UF/Ky and
nion was held Saturday at the home of Miami and Hal Seymour of :lome of David Boyer. UF/Tulane football games.
The Officer's Club at Camp Branding Mr. and Mr. S. G. Denmark. Gainesville over the weekend.
was the site of a bridal shower on Phillips Family Our of town guests were Mr., and
Nov. 12 honoring Miss Cindy Bunnell. Reunion Nov. 21 Mrs. Bill Tison of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green had as Thanksgiving
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Mrs. Floyd J. Futch of Lawtey and The Marty Woodward of Jacksonville, Mr. Green of Tallahassee Michael Green
Phillips family reunion was
bride-elect of Carl Boulding of 0 and Mrs. J. E. and Mrs. J. Fred Harris of
held Nov. 21 In Lake Butler. Thomas Jr. and family ghe ()
Jacksonville N.C. After a bountiful and delicious of Merritt Island Mrs. J. E. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Lamar .
An autumn theme was carried lunch the oldest living relative, Deb Thomas, Sr. of Crescent City and Mr. Simmons oilawthorne, Bill Wetzel of reamer
throughout the room; centering bie Phillips was honored on her 88th and Mrs. M. J. Sanderson and family Miami, Judge and Mrs. Buzzy Green,
around a candle-lit table and centerpiece : birthday. of GalnesvWe. From Starke Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Curtis Sanders and Mrs.H. .
of silk and dried flowers. An It was a day filled with memory and Mrs. Steve Denmark and Dr. and L. Spear of Starke and John Han- Now Open In Time For Christmas
entertaining heart-shaped cake was Mrs. J. E. Denmark. cock of Jacksonville
decorated with flowers in shades of warmth as the many relatives and families. and their Satin Sheets "Fit for a King" (also Queen Ot Reg.)
friends gathered for the annual
fall.Miss Handmade Quilts French Pr. Sofa (Blue Brocade)
outing.
Patti Fillmon of Keystone Did You Know........... Mrs. Patti Frick and sons, Ryan
Heights received guests and kept thebrlcfe's and Shawn of Gainesville, were Victorian Table (Antique) Many Handmade Gifts

book.Hostesses for the evening were Joey Herres Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr. spent Friday Mrs.Thanksgiving Walter Frick.day guests of Mr. and 3 miles South on Road 100. 964-7912

Mrs. Lonnie J. Combs and Mrs. Takes Part In to Sunday with her son and fami-
Frank Taylor, both of Macclenny. ly, Mr. and Mrs. McGriff Jr. in
Fabulous Fable Factory Gainesville.Mr. .


Joey Herres Is pianist and has a and Mrs. Dyal Baldree: visited
Bunnell lead part in the Fabulous Fable Fac- their daughter and family Mr. and
Cindy tory musical play at the Gainesville Mrs. Fred Wheeler, Jr. Sunday after

Carl Bouldtng .Mall running the past two weekends, noon. A ', I 1
To Wed Dec. 7 and next weekend. I..

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. Futch of. Did .You Know.,.......... :
Lawtey would like to announce the .
engagement and approaching marriage '
of their daughter, Cynthia Lee I IBunnell. Donna Thornton,
to Carl Russell Boulding,son I Harold Waters. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perry of
of Mr. and Mrs. David West of' Jacksonville spent last Wednesdayand
Jacksonville, N.C.. To Wed Dec. 11 Thursday with their grandmother
The wedding will be an event ofi I Mrs. Louie Bell Parks. GIFT
Dec. 7, at 7:30 P.M. in the chapel at Mr. and Mrs.. Leo Thornton an-
. Camp Blanding. No 'invitations are nounce the engagement and approaching Pamela Duffy daughter of Mr. and
being sent out. All friends and marriage of their Mrs. Martin L. Duffy of Starke is a

relatives are invited to attend. A daughter, Donna Elaine, to Harold member of the Eckerd College Concert .. .. t
reception will follow the wedding. Edward Waters Jr., son of Mr and Choir which sang with song and : .
Cindy is a 1977 graduate of Brad- Mrs. Harold Waters all of Starke. stage star Paul Anka. The concertwas I
ford High School and is presently The wedding is planned for Dec. 11, held on Nov. 11 In the Bayfront
employed as a secretary at Camp at 4 p.m. in First Christian Church auditorium in St. Petersburg. Miss L
I Blanding Florida National Guard. Starke. Duffy Is currently a sophomore at
Carl is a 1978 graduate of Morehead All friends and relatives are Invitedto Eckerd College and is majoring in

High School Rockingham County attend. Psychology.
N.C. and is presently employed at FORME.JMake
Union Correctional Institute as a correctional -
officer. He is also a memberof

the Florida Army National Guard. Federal General Revenue Sharing



DeSue Family Reunion Expenditures Report .' a qualifying deposit when you

Held ThanksgivingSome Public Notice open an Investment Checking

I Account, NOW Checking Account, or I o
150 family members and Ir I.UHJtDlTUJtU .f IJ
guests gathered for the annual reunion l.wdIINM" ma...hr"_IN..hri..M1 d M.__ WW MLI.ciWd...s MIW.NMI IIM.LMrail. Individual Retirement Account.
All NLW.N.Ito.IN_ b.s y.aw..Il't ku.I.w rW MM_AM E.Eft.. rA.e*11a. IIhMI
of the family members of the late M1.IN.Ii..n".OIl NM.MI.IIN W M.I..I. "
Mrs. Annie DeSue on ThanksgivingDay c._.......II.n 1M.R1 MIaIN. id.pn.farck.a II N.MIM W...........aA 1RM MpNR..I MtMM al tRNW. Make a deposit of $500 or more in M. .
Nov. 25. MIA. ...cow NALr.1..
The day began with 11 a.m. servicesin JtUM..(YUUIIllAAIIIG IIPJlOtTUIU a savings account or purchase a ,

Pleasant Grove United Methodist CIL.A (..L.1rWIIWII. Certificate of Deposit-and pick
Church. Rev. Thomas B. DeSue was ,
M0101/011" A.uM..e1Wl..MUMw..w
it __fwW M.Aso.. ,M.I.,A..M CEII1UI 1
Adult Choir'sang. $
the of Fortune.
.speake1Eeyoung! IMM.w. awr.eM ear your gift '
aRIYwW 1!
Alter the service everyone was invited ... ... Ca.W WI i.I.y.pdMMAHad.t./_ WMiudiMOMIIII -
CMMCM > MnmMAMMM.
ofOopotol.>
to the old DeSue Family home 11, : : IMI. /INYaaNN.YN, .van quaMy. .to(on*Im gin of_
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site where the 150 assembled to enjoya b..aa ad ..--... reef. Mf4O .a.
Thankgiving dinner. --I. a-- 1400- 110004 000t.nt- no ooo- II J 000 PlY...,.
"
I. 'r"
ere Ml bwMw
of I the reunion were the I.(",,....
Sponsors .. .. t. FoItv UhInooI SeI fREE FREEFREE ANY ANY ANY j j
children of Mrs. Annie DeSue and I J' F. I. "- ......"'" I PHdl1st FREE 2 3 3 II I'.NtdOAlarm
their families who included Mr. and S.l''.aNI w 3. FREE fREE FflEEFREE FREEANY FREEANY S8 11 a
Mrs. Clarence DeSue and family! Mr. ..NtlrNe .. BWMM JLL "fREE I F '. '
and Mrs. Horace Tyson, Jr. and family -. 5 AfIdoorHodUnaUttiIVDII/t FREE 'FREE_ t 2-sa-
Watkins ,.. ".1111 1 COMNT beam Fn Pw IBiL FREE FREE fREE SiO_ s
; and Mr. and Mrs.Jefro ...
.
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7. RoawtSiukKflfcnH FREE fREE FREE 112 1
Al. .
and all of Starke: Mr. and ..
family, i.N. Mrs. Paul DeSue and family of Portsmouth ,...... -.. .......1IoIt1hKlTC.anO- 1 FREE FREE FREE 114 c .
'oo.""" ".H' ft.
Va.; Mr. and Mrs. ThomasB. 10 6>ind TomiyfoioBM I Z FREE fREE Jll.J1L.. "
DeSue and family, Mr. and Mrs. S.PhN It Car ntna Pirty Swvir 1 fREE fREE ,
Willie DeSue and family, and Mr. and p. at ta 11 ArclNxHocUngBilinnnSX inin I 5 fREE FREE, JJ!
Mrs. Eugene DeSue and family, all of t.PMIt ... 13 Wnd!xClocliR t 114 Jio. t5 FREE IlZ
Nathan 14. Nka-Slag 11 114 JjO. t5 fREE IlZ
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. dM.arII.N. t 1
.
15 AlaillaShIntw.Sd I II 13 sa FREE tnOTIkr
Williams and family of Merritt. II
.
Island, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley .. ... good only M Fortun*offlcM InG.IMwllaLike, Bulloc 5urW.Jod Ktyitom Hcigrits limiudbm
Scott of Chlefland.' II.__.... no antf.. -tdrantjiji. now_. .uppiy"Uso Ot gilt att jccoum.No phon*of mjil ofrmm.
DIMM. lutamutum. rrtVimu.AqurM !
ncMngei.or mmmmd.po.t AxeaA
Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Portsmouth .1 .I 'ISIr. must ranuKi onaman.n..A.Nfarta .
Va., friends of the Paul DeSue's,were .Pall M4. _

among the many good friends and I,..Uhl"-..,.,.,.._,. '" '" '- .. i.
members of the church who attended. ,

"t"=-M-". '.. Fortune Federal has a variety of accounts that. put your money to work. ,, s 11 ;

Did You Know........... 11. h M r rrt. ..w. earning Interest for you We also have a variety of gift premiums that ''
:.Mal make depositing your money with us even more Interesting.And you .
".awl. 'a-- may take I home one of these useful premiums free or at a low discount

Mr. and Mrs. John Ambresechio of ,... .CNhIFICArI.....Is_....NM... _b&_..._......."..._aNNw price as shown In the chart.Drop by our offices.\bu will find a financial ,. .
St Lads Mo., Mrs. Patsy Godber of ... ..MIN., ,/. service-and a handsome gift-to suit your needs. !

Orlando and Mrs. Marie Allbright of Oi.IJLA.. _10 I I IMIw.MO ., ,..

Winter Haven were Friday and Satur- ..o ._.... __ 1":': _........ 1 I. ,
of and Mrs. Tom ,... D' .... _. .......... ... .
day guests Mr. 0 -- ....... .' "

Casey. ALL'PERSONS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED !.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey It Joiner ofShaUmar. 'I-
THAT
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING AC-
Miss Lori Shuford of .
i
dewlston and Mr. and Mrs. Mark TUAL USE REPORT FOR THE BRADFORD '

'Trimpey weekend I\tsol and son Mr.of.and Tampa Mrs. W.were S. COUNTY BOARD"'OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 'V I .

IS, AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC. IN- ', ;.. \' ). ,

Mrs. C.C. Hoppe returned to her SPECI'ION.. THE REPORT AND THE SUP : '" 'I.;

::home In Tampa Tuesday after a PORTING DOCUMENTATION FROM WHICH !t ,. :
'weeks visit with her sisters Mrs. O.L.BeasleyandMrs.J.W.KlncakL '.. I ,
: t THE REPORT .WAS'' PREPARED ARE ON .

FILE AT BRADFORD COUNTY: COURTHOUSE ., J '. FORTUNE ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. We1doa' 01. I ':. .f, .' .

Jacksonville spent Wednesday to Friday ,. IN THE CLERK'S FINANCE DEPARTMENT '". ;;; wEDEfl. =;'1'\, t....
11. r .
t """ ",, '"
with his mother Mrs. Gladys "
.Weldon. FROM 8:00 8.m. TO 5:00. p.m., ON MON..' r. l' :Jof, .( ... '. >. ,If' ,., ..
DAY THRU FRIDAY. ",,,$owp+ aqk s. r '
StarteOffloK* :/i-i3QI5 ..,' "4-S': ,,,-' t I

Mr: and Mrs.Hollls Hope of Atlanti: ESTHERB.ELLERSON, W MdIcn St.,. < 'I"' A Over one billion dollars In 3Mts.x !jam
were Wednesday to Saturday visitors '.COUNTYFINANCEDIRECI'Oa I I. PtM:964-5000 31 ft1endIy) oftIats In florida. : I: !iii lIiiI :
of.their aunt, Mrs. L. Vlnlng. 1I;

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spent
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'... By Dolores Meng Dec S, at noon in City Hall. ,this wtif convention and clositte banquet ) and Vivian Patterson have with Mrs. Belle Brown >

Phone 408191S4H be a covered:: dish luncheon and( "all .held at the Sheraton Hotel. into their new red brick home Mr. and Mrs. Dub Bodle and Amy o/
; date members ..Invited to attend i On Wednesday end Intersection of SR-18 and the Atlanta, spent the Thanksgiving')
The Hampton Green Leaf .4-H Club Successful Deer Hooter the EPCOT dined at Road near Hampton weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Martin
'. held their meeting Tuesday evening Miss Ann Baker captured a aevenoolnt Italian restaurant there; :: \ Meng Amanda and Joshua. ,J
deer on the second official, day works in patient care and Mrs Ed Fitzpatrick a -m
,. Nov. 16, at the-leaae of Mrs. Mary Visitors Mr and
\ Jane Newman with seven members, of hunting season. Although only 15 hospitality ebop at Bradford. { and Mrs. Gordon Weest of family of Pensacola spent r +\

,- attending. Donna Mowry was elected years old, Ann outdid the others in the Visitors ':| and Cynthia Brawn of Winter weekend with Mrs. Viola LefebvreSUNBELT ;:
1 Mr. and Mn. Paul Menfl visited
president Last Ann also sucoasailtNKeaoy .
club : at this meeting group. year .4>
I The 4-H. pledge was led by Allison ly bagged a deer, and Mn. BW Meng and.family\ & 'j 1 ;
f
their homo In St. Pete. .
Archey, club reporter. The American Is Home new They : ,T
I pledge was given by Paul Bawek. Kenny Clark is enjoying deer hunting "' spent part time with Mr,. and :: ;

.. 1 Discussions: Included the upcoming also, aa well as being with his'I. Kenny McClure:: and family. over :

:. Christmas party and methods of raising family and friends while he isn't playIng weekend.

I money for the Club. The next baseball. IWHPTONELEMLN' ARY.
meeting is set for Dec. 15 at the AttendiliOlp.Vol.Convention :: SYSTEM i
I, Newman home. Refreshments were Mrs. WUmajean Terry returned I Ms... Cynde HEATING :
'' She attendedthe kindergarten class has been .
t served by Allison and Mrs. Newman. home Wednesday night .:
) Senior Cltliens Convention of Hospital Volunteers pilgrims and Indian To conclude

', The Hampton Senior Citizens Club of Florida held in Orlando from Sun- unit, this past week was spent :

I will hold their last meeting on Friday day. Nov. 15 through Tuesday. The ,costumes and learning songs ,., I ..
The class used
Thanksgiving. .
art time to make their own .
i
: Community News Service For Acolytes ,Each child:: decorated a grocery .j I ;

l l By Elizabeth Walker At St. Mark' I with fringe and Indian designs : : .:
Phone K4-M83 The service for the recognition and :they used as their vest. Dy : : '

i i FELLOWSHIP OF CHURCHES: admission of acolytes to their special; macaroni strung on yarn was : ;1
The Fellowship[ of Churches will be ministry In! the Episcopal:: Church was: for a necklace Indian head dress ; "
held Sunday at 3 p.m. at New Bethel held Sunday Nov. 21, at St. Mark's. made of construction:: : paper, ;
Baptist Church. AU churches are ask The acolytes were presented in, beans enclosed !in a paper plate .] ,,
ed lo cooperate. group by. Raymond Stanwix-Itay. shaken. They made a totel pole' ', ; ";.

Greater Allen A.M.E. Church: Last Rev.Arthur Lee admitted each boy 'the classroom. ; : ; III'o

Sunday marked the beginning of the individually. The boys admitted to On Friday, the MONITOR
new conference year. The congregation this ministry and recognized for their! dressed in their Indian costumes ; THE NEW MONITOR" :
service are: Eric Sanders Bart I' ''painted faces. They SYSTEM. KERO-SUN ::
welcomed the new minister Rev. past ; SOLUTION TO THE HIGH :
Edward Howard. Neighbors John Stanwix-Hay, Den- several other classes with songs OF HEATING ENTIRE HOMES IN
The first quarterly conference:: will nis Gumming, Jody Brown Paul poems they learned during this unit CLIMATES.
I be held Sunday with presiding Elder Sanders, Jason Brown] and Eric
Noegel. The mothers of these boys -SUn' Introduces a heat I Concerned about ;:
I R. J. Blaine serving for another con
new vented convenience The Monitor"system ,
ference were called from the congregation to
year. heating system. The can be connected to a
All members are asked to place a cross held on a purple ribbon :
system it delivers up to laryeoutsldefueltankellminating ;;
cooperate with all church activities around their son's necks. BTU's of pure heat wIth a the need for dally fueling. ,

for success. ,' fuel efficiency.fact. Easy to install..Virtually '.
one of the most fuel-efficient malntenance-Safety-tested .'
1 I systems In tne world.That and listed by Underwriters
more Did You KnowOutortown . .
year-long savings for '
Laboratories. The Monitor" heating

guests at the Flynn- Richard Houston Valrico; Miss Jana I i homeowners'. who use the system.NOW you get the economy

Kidd wedding were Miss Anne Bass, Godwin, Jay Godwin and Mrs. Ann >j Lovely source system or as as their heat main for a of kerosene heating and the
convenience of
Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Gadway Mr. Godwin, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. ..Peel home addition. central heating.
1 Start saving today.
and Mrs. Doug Reddish Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Morris Bradenton; Miss Gall t Large 2 BR Monitor" system

Richard Powers Miss Mary Fitzgerald Miss Jacquelyn Aten and ..Super regulates heat MONITOR"/ HEATING SYSTEMS

Williams, Miss Julie T. Haler DavidW. Miss Lisa McLaughlfn, Miami; Miss ri.i j'sera.,... put to give you even, constant SAVE YOU MONEY WHILE THEY HEAT
Lacey, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vents* Kathy Horan, and Miss Shelly Meyer Spacious. .Without costly wasted YOUR HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Driscoll. Mr. andMrs. West Palm Beach; Miss Barbara Det- 3 .

James R. Kidd Miss Sharon willer, Merritt Island; Mrs. Robert ". Street...

Kidd Master Jerry Kidd. Robert Love and Mrs. Fox Parker, Dun-
Cocanougher and Wade Winkler of nellon; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Halleran,

Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ft. Lauderdale; Miss Debbie George, STARKE POWER
Mcintosh, Orange Park; Keith Carter and Miss Terri! Shuman Jacksonville '

and Miss Luanne Potts Tampa; Dr. ; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Smith, ,; KEG EQUIPMENT
and Mrs. Bruce McIntosh Orange and Mrs.Annette Little Atlanta, Ga; 'R
Park; Mr. and Mrs. Reginald R. and Mr. and Mrs. Reginald R. Kidd ((9.... ) : Small Engine Sales & Service

Kidd Sr., Sarasota: Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Virginia. : Ml MING' COMfOHf rolNNMSMCI Lawn Mowers Chain Saws

We also have Kerosene 322 S. Walnut 964-8568

I Legal Notices .. .
..nnnuLnlI." ,.................-

NOTICEOF NOTICE franc of the Bradford DATE HEREOF. You Place A Want Ad,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME County Courthouse at Linda.
This Little Vrs
INTENTIONTO
BRADFORD COUNTY LAWNOTICE Stork, Florida. *
FLORIDA REGISTER Dated: November 17, 12/02 MORE YOU TELL tNABOR. I

CIVIL ACTION FICTITIOUS NAME HEREBY 1982.. MORE YOU SELLI

NO. @2.189In NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED Richard I. Cox, Jr. OF NOTICE DIa1961-b30S
United States Marshal
desiring fotenaoae
That the under
r. the marriage of In business' at 3164 Middle District ol Florida CHANGE
under the
LEATHA S. STRICKLAND. Igned, provl Shawland Road In the city Bernard S.Mdndon
Ions of Section 863.O9 PLEASE BE
Wife of Jacksonville, County of Assistant United State i
,
Florida willreabter'with
.I I and Statutes the Clerk, of Duval and state of Jlorlda, Attorney-Attorney ey" fora. that the' City ol ,, : i AWe
STRIC'KLAND "und"- toneld.tatl :
: CHARLES und.r the name"SYSCOGULFATLANTIC Plaintiff rintinij ay
the Circuit Court In and
posed ordinance .
Husband 12/02 tchfl 12/23
for Bradford County An ordinance
Florida upon receipt of FOOD SERVICES", Intendsto Ordinance No. fc'I'
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO NOTICEOF
register said name with Praf..ianal.
proof of publication of ''
crease
INTENTIONTO
the Circuit
Clerk of the
: this notice, the following REGISTER (trustees to .. .
Court of Bradford County.
fictitious nom., to-wlt: dollars month
CHARLES STRICKLAND Michael Nichols FICTITIOUS NAME per
YOUN'I RECORDS under e This ordinance
Residence Unknown
which I am (we or.) Assistant Secretary Pursuant to Section considered for
Sysco Corporation
YOU ARE NOTIFIED engaged In business at 12/02 4tchg 12/23 865.09 Florida Statute*, passage at the Will Print Your Envelopes
P. O. Box 390
:, that an action for Lawtey.: notice I II hereby given that mission's next ,
Fl. 32038. That the scheduled ", ..
DISSOLUTION OF MAR. STATES the undersigned, JOHN E.'
RIAGE has been Illed names) of the persons( ) DISTRICT UNITED COURT CURLES i LYNN CHANCEY, December 6, : #6% Reg. Envelopes tjI
solely Interested In the at Starke
and you or. required to MIDDLE DISTRICT OF ole or joint owner*, doing p.m.
said business Is (are) as Interested :,
serve a copy of your FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE business under the firm parties '
written defenses, II any foll9!" .: DIVISON name of C a C MINI. pear at the meeting $

f to It on petitioner AIMEE SHEDDAN, Court No. 81-1153- STORAGE. 1640 South heard with respect f-OU per 1,000 t
LEATHA S. STRICKLAND TOM SHEDDAN. CIv-J-B Walnut Street. Starke, proposed : /
1 I P. O. Box 213 lawtey Interlachen Florida. Florida 32091. Intend to proposed
Florida 32038 on or Novembers. 1982. UNITED STATES OF reg liter sold flctltlou be Inspected by
before December 28, 11/11 I lied 12/02 'AMERICA name under the aforeiald at city hall on the

1982. and file the Plantlff statute. bulletin board.
with the clerk INVITATION TO BID 1
original ol VS Doted this 30th day of ,
The of I I.
this court either before City Hampton LEE JENKINS and November, A.D.,, 1982 InStartl.
bid. from
service on petitioner or now accepting BLANCHE JENKINS .. Florida. NOTICE
licensed electricians to
Immediately thereafter:; his wife.Defendants.. 12/024tehfll2/23 OF
rewire the Hall.
City
otherwise CHANGE
a (lodgementwill --
.
be entered for the Bids must be received PUBLIC NOTICE We Will Print Your: Envelopes
relief demanded In the by 7 p.m. Dec. 14, 1982 PLEASE BE
NOTICE OF SALE
petition. and will be opened at PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City of

WITNESS my hand and this time. Bids may be Notke I I. hereby given that the Town ol Brooker. under #10-24 Reg. White Woven Envelops i

the seal 1 of this Court on mailed to City of Hampton that to a FinalJudo.m.nt FlorMo. will hold election posed ordinance .I!
pursuant
November 18, 1982. P.O. Box 230 Hampton entered Monday. F.bruary 14, An ordinance ; '
$
GLIBERT S. BROWN FL 32044, or bids on 1983, for the offices of Ordinance No. ,
I November 9, 1982 by the I 5J 5iOpen.OQO
I Clerk of the Court may be hand delivered above entitled Court In the Mayor, Clerk, Marshal and (sub.) 24. to I I,
to the City Hall by phoning
By: Bwloh M. Moody above styled cause, theundenloned three seats on the Town reparale.lectrkal
j: o.puycl.rk11331kha 468-1201. United State Council. for each rental
*

12/16 Please Indicate on theenvelope Qualification of apartment, and i I
that Marshal or any of hi* duly candidates
It Is a bid. .
authorized deputies' will will begin Monday houses, unl.
: 1118kha 12/4 ell the property situate In December 13, 1982, and I equivalent' deposit I
t I I' :
ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE Bradford County, Florida end Monday.' December vided by the owner.TAI.
ti ,. described 27. 1982. ordinance
Jfl} OFINTENT : a*:
f( j ''p: Pursuant to Chapter TO REGISTER A parcel of land lying In Undo Robinson. ,' considered for ;

1'I! 932. Florida Statutes, the FICTITIOUS NAME the SW '. of SW '/ of Section Town Clark ] passage at the \
J '
Bradford County Sheriff's 22. Township 6 South. Itehg 12021PUBLIC mission's next

I Office of Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA Range 22 East. In Starke, scheduled I' .. : We' Will Print Your Envelopes'
1'' (December t
6
NOTICE
J : : Florida Intends to file COUNTY OF BRADFORD Bradford County. Florida: j ,
i p."'.. at Stark
a Rule to Show Cause old parcel being more 'I' I ''
why the following BRADFORD FUR particularly described as PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Interested parties I I ,111 10-24 Window Envelopess22.50
%,: described property NITURE INDUSTRIES OF follows that the Town Council of' :peer at the meeting j

;;: should not be forfeited FLORIDA. INC. hereby Commence ofh the Town of -Breaker '

,,7: '. to the State of Florida: give notice that It Intends Southwest comer of said Florida, will consider the

k".. I I IN RE: ROBERT to register with the Section 22 and run Easterly adoption ol the following per 1,000Al ;
j ;' FERGUSON and LINDA C. Clerk of the Circuit Court along the Southerly ordinance on second i
I' FERGUSON for Bradford County. boundary thereof 39.43 reading at It* regula''m.eNng ,
1 ,'. One ((1)) 1978 Chevrolet Florida the fictitious feet more or .less, to the scheduled for: I
Blaier, Vehicle Identification name of BRADFORD FUR. Easterly boundary of Old Tuesday. December 14.

,, Number:. NITURE INDUSTRIES and Lawtey Rood; thence North 1982 at 7:00 p.m. In Town

OU.188Z130197. .to engage In business 007 East, along sold Hall ( J.D.
In addition. pur 'under that fictitious Easterly boundary 750 f..,' ((1)) .AN ORDINANCE;; I I

suont to Chapter 932. name with a principal oral the Northerly oaf oar' REGULATING MANNER AND THE METHODOf TIM;.l 1 Prices Based on;Camera Ready Copy
Florida Statute, the'' place ol business located the right of 1 BR I .
operative fact concernIng at Highway 301 North no Street thence North CONDUCTING ILEC-i 'eI7......
j with color'
one
the seizure of the Storfce. Florida 32091. VnV East,along said Nor.therfy .!* TONS FOR THE TOWN Of1.BROOKER. !*!* Ae..Md : .
FLORIDA .
: rao.iVIDIl6 -
property ore a* follows' : BRADFORD FURNITURE boundary, 300 feet '

1. County ol Sebure: INDUSTRIES INC to point of MsJnnIn8. Fran FOR QUALIFICATION '' ........ ,
Of CANDIDATES
.Dade.I thus
r BY point beginning BUsUMMO '
I I! I' 2. Date ofI Seizure: Morris B.Williams,', described, continue North MAKING RETURNS CANVASSING -!' -HI ACM ,
September 24, 182. President Wryr East,along said NonMwrly THi VOTE COMMENCEMENT -: .Iresitag* an
: 7S.39 feet Of fiRMS'; I
{ Low enforcement boundary r'A ACIIS N ''
agency holding above, DUDLEY P.HARDY. rA. to the Westerly boundary FILLING OP VACANCIES;) Wit. ens*
described ol the right of of a PUBUC NOTICE, AND THE' 12" .
property: Iy:John N.Jove way "
I Bradford County Sheriffs Esquire. Street; thence North TNT EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF. '' +M AOM .

.1', Office, Stadia, Florida. P.O. Drawer 1030 East, along Mid Westerly (2)( AN ORDINANCE I .1 AOoVl.

;t 4. Court hawing Stork*. Florida 3201 boundary 102.03 loot; PROPOSING AMEND1MENTS ...011.. ... .
,r ; (jurisdiction: Circuit CourtBredferd (904)949701Aftorts) inserts South B9W Wast. TO 'THE CHAItTU'OF' OtM.1 \ -
j !h'rtnttGe ita
; :* Beett
THt TOWN OP; r I _>
,
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By Elizabeth Terry On Saturday evening,

Pt one 782-3300 and Mrs. Chuck Moore ; Up.
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES: attended the ) gof tl, I
Grace United Methodist Church Regwald and Andy ham auction a the recent )' I Ir.4
will have their Christmas program WUdwood. County Fair: went sue 4 rrc rea ar

Saturday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. We hope Miss Rachel Boyer of for two Bradford County ,
will plan to attend. Balkcom and Andy r x xL
you will enter Shands ) Tommy
Our First Baptist Church had their Gainesville Tuesday for
Thanksgiving Party supper on Our prayers are with her. the son of Mr. and Mrs. i 3'I' 1,
Wednesday .Nov. 24 at their Mr. and Mrs Robert G. I Ba\kcomL.and Andy, the son rl' .
fellowship haiLPEItONALS Ms. Ellen Walters of and Tison, raised ;f
participated
: and Mrs. Robert H. Kelly hogs in a two-day
Mrs. C. E. Strickland and Miss Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. and meat cutting Andy Tison,. son or'Mr. and Mrs.
Elizabeth Terry were guests of their and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny and completed records Harry non, accepts his ,fourth
sister, Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. and demonstrations In the pro-- place demonslatlon ribbon from Ken
Tallahassee Monday until Wednes. ly were Thanksgiving Both 4-H'ers did very well In Durrance, Animal Science j js
day. They went to visit Mrs. Wyrick's Mr. and Mrs. James D. demonstration category with Specialist at the University of i -- -
I son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Miss Unda Crider of Balkcom receiving: first Florida. --Ray Norman--- ;vice-preside** ef the of Starke.

Mrs. Charles Carter at the coast was a weekend guest of and Andy Tison receiving TIsofTs prize ham as 4-H Coordinator CarrolySnaling looks on.
to$
Wednesday until Friday. Also their George Kelly.SundaYbNOV.. place, according to 4-H coor aeIII
son and daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. 21 was : Carolyn Reddinit.I .
Larry Carter and daughters Leanne and __ _r w a ,
and Sherri and son, John Wyrick bined at Lake Butler.
went to the coast. They enjoyed a Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mr.and
delicious Thanksgiving turkey din ny Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.
ner. Mrs. Strickland and Miss Terry and daughter Mr. and i 4 alts
came home Friday afternoon. Starling, Mr. and Mrs. '
Kevin McBride of South Dakota and family, and Mr.:and
was a Thanksgiving dinner guest of Norman and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp. Also their Shuford the Milliard) lrs
daughter Mrs. Debra Moblev and City Mr. and Mrs. Oscar IIr
I children of Starke, were Thanksgiving granddaughter Mrs.
dinner guests of their parents,Mr. Jewel and Elva Lee ... '_: :
and Mrs. Frank Camp and Bryan. Starke, Mr. and .A y
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Camp of Sponholtz of Jacksonville
Lakeland visited their brother and of St.
Mae Phillips
sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miss Debbie Sue Phillips, k+
Carter and Mr. and Mrs. D. Sheltonof and Mrs. Claude Norman
Naples were Thanksgiving dinner of Miami Mrs. Beulah V
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter sister, Mrs. Edna Moore.
y I and Mr. and Mrs. Shad Starling and and
Henry Hodges sons
children. Miss Donna Carter and
Mark, were
Robert Allen of Starke were
of their
Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. nie guests Mae Crews. ,
and Mrs. Oscar Carter and son, Underwood
Miss Genelle
Richard Carter. Green Cove Springs, Mr. I Lawrence Mosley accepts an 18 pound ham on behalf f of the --. J
I Angie DeVore of Lake Butler spent Clifton Prevatt and I County Commission from Tommy Balkcom, center as 4-11 Coor- Tommy Balkcom, center, presents his prize winning ham te Fred Mueller
I the weekend with her grandmother, Prevatt and son, Mr. and I Carolyn Redding looks on. of Alligator Creek Ranch as 4-H Coordinator Carolyn Redding looks on.Buy I
r Mrs. John DeVore.
Brice and family were
and Eunice of
Deron
Douglas
of their
dinner guests
t Gainesville of Max- I
; Tammy Mobley
and Mrs. Earl Prevatt.
I vile and Mrs. Jean Godwin of Mrs. Carl Prevatt was a Bradford Middle School News
Gainesville visited Mr. and
Mrs. ,
ing dinner guest of her
t Harold Eunice on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Boxes
Sgt. and Mrs. Mike Crapse and son, family. of the Week: Steve Thorn- Guidance Clinic outlined services 2 Bankers

I Michael, of Hincsville, Ga. were Miss Patty Hughes and Striglers and Eric Grif .available to Bradford and Union

Thanksgiving dinner guests of his Huntsville, Ala. stopped by students made studies of counties and the necessary training
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Crapse, grandmother Mrs. Carl and coral In pastels. for people employed in this facility.
Sr. and Thanksgiving supper guestsof her way home. of the Week. Nov. 22-Richie Wed. Nov. 24 Mrs. Melba Johnson
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Rossie Reddish and John Clemons made BMS Gfuidance Counselor talked to at reg. price
Hardee. Also Mrs. Freida Griffis and Thanksgiving dinner guest designs on paper with the students about why they selected

children were Thanksgiving dinner Henry Bethe of Newbf rry. then laminated them on education as their careers and outlined
guests of her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank requirements needed to work In

Cecil Hardee. family of BriceviUe, Mr, Meeting December 7, '7:30: their particular areas of education
Mr.: and Mrs. Charles Starling and the BMS cafeteria. Between and
James Starling and Lucian Thanksgiving
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Starlingand Gainesville were December 10, 7.10 p.m. Christmas holidays, we will be Get the
daughters, Mrs. Ann Starling and ner guests of their parents in the gym. Admission discussing drugs,their use and abuse.
family and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Nor Mrs. Fleam Starling. $1.00. Dance will be closely We hope to have Don Denton, deputy
man were Thanksgiving dinner Mrs. John Ty/, Sr. once a student enters the sheriff come and share his
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman will the dance is with this
Thanksgiving dinner guest stay until knowledge us regarding
and and daughter, Miss Rhonda Norman, in-law and daughter Mr. are picked up by parents. On topic. Following this Sheriff Dolph J f/J
their .
Ola 3rd
and mother Mrs. Wilson Mrs. Hayes Starling.Mr. of El Tommy Talley and family of through eighth grade will Reddish has granted us permission to One / ''I
ville. visit the county jail and Kenny -
Paso. Texas visited Mrs.
Henry and also visited their Evelyn aunt Mr. and Mrs. Barry IUI'pI'1a'L Cauley has agreed to brief us on some Bankers Box
spent Thanksgiving and of the Week (Nov. 29-Dec. of the equipment and services at this
Mrs. Alma Anders of Lawtey during --'. .. R-Kive Storage File
their brother-in-law and Austin did a contour' facility-
the week. and Mrs. G. C. Stanley of in markers of a still life.. Report cards went home today, Holds letter OR legal size Heavy-duty
The Boyer reunion was held at 'y- Dec. 2. FR EE stacking corrugated box with carrying ,
Ocala on Thanksgiving Day. Among Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Health and Public Service handles. Finished edges prevent paper
those attending were Mrs. Fred and Mrs. Tommy class at BMS is studying cuts. Walnut-praln finish, white label X
Moore and her area. x 12' x 10"
family. Sgt. 1st Class high. Easy to set
Mrs. O. J. daughter, Alecla of Starke Health discussing how fac- Tyson UP. IKK.tnfi
Phillips was a day dinner guests of Mr. as injury or disease may af Received Medal
Thanksgiving dinner of her
guest son 3.30
Robert Lee.Sunday Nervous System. On Friday
and
Coleman daughter-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. dinner guests of each class visited the PMH Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Tyson Sr., son
Bayless Phillips. family on Mrs. Chester Wise of Starke mentally handicapped) of Albert and Miriam Tyson of Starke
Highway.Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Wise and ; at BMS. Ms. Love and Ms. has been decorated with the
and Mrs. Chuck Moore and
and Mrs. Wallace Wise ; instructors,explained their Meritorious Service Medal at Fort Letter Size ? '
family of Hollywood Fla. were Friday ( 5.911)
and of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wise ; showed us equipment used Jackson, S.C.
Saturday overnight
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Donnie different Job oppor- The Meritorious Service Medal is
mother Mrs. Fred Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Phillips were Kevin and Chris of and train.ng needed to work awarded specifically for outstanding 10.35
Thanksgiving dinner of their Heights; Mrs. Myrtle non-combat meritorious achievementor
I mother Mrs. Helen guests Parrish of Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nov. 23, Mr. Clarke Ed- service to the United States.
I I' Jacksonville. Mrs. Glennie Peacock. from the Bradford-Union Tyson Is a food service specialist.

Legal Size(E5-312)
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II Brooker News Shell and drawer constructed of high-

I 'test corrugated fiberboard cloudy
white walls. Perfect for storing less $11 10

By C.E. "Sue" Davit week, ending a successful frequently used records. Extra lock at
honoring her on her bir back for .
Kindergarten Interstacklng Identification
Phone 485-1344 ject for profits of : Doug Colson as rigidity.
,Nov.28,at the An-
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CHURCHES... $1,500 for Brooker in New River. Davy Crockett and Roxann Kelly as front.panel Assembles and "sure-grip'and handleon
The Rev.Jim Smith of Williston will Profits will be used to of barbecue the wicked Witch; Honorable Mention 24"long. quickly easily.
conduct the services in the Praise plies for the copying with all the pork and : Ryan Mason and Megan Pillow.
trimmings was'
Christian Assembly Church as guest fset expenses for the 39 guests. Mrs. First Grade: Jason Corbine as Paul
Green
I speaker Sunday night Dec. 5, In and finance school plays many beautiful gifts. Revere and Stephanie Sowell as
Graham.
trips. Madame Zelda. Honorable Mention:
Services will begin at 7 p.m. The Many students received master'Stephen Hunter an- .David Hodge and Amy Crews.
public is invited. selling the spice sets such that the Boy Scouts: Troop 518 Second Grade: Larissa Scott as Letter Size (E5-11) II
: Bobby Epps of Starke, Minister of puzzles, whistle discs several sales during the Pippi Longstocking and Pam Bryantas
I Music at the Fellowship Church in monkey puppets walkie months is hopes of raising Tom Sawyer. Honorable Mention:
Raiford' will present a miniconcertand stereo head set. funds for upcoming summer Stephen McLeod. 6.40Legal

conduct the evening worship services "- David Newborn was Third Grade: Phillip Crawford as i
I at the Brooker Baptist Church school winner with sales of going to Camp Shands In Black Beauty, Tommy Jones as Boxcar '
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Sunday, Dec. 5.Everyone is invited to men,along with several Willie, and Shawn Bass as Pinoc-
I come and enjoy the fellowship. $336.Mrs.. McLeod's third plan a week-long cook- chlo. Honorable Mention: Hollie Staf ..
I The Secret Sisters Organization will Mrs. Ezzell's sixth grade the Great Smokies in North Bankers Box*

hold their annual Christmas party classes with the most Mrs. Maxine Boothm fund ford.Fourth Grade: Josh Crawford as Legal Size(5-12))
: and banquet in the dining room of the and each class will receive said at this time the Boy Captain Hook and Kyle Starling as Liberty Storage Boxes :
I Brooker Baptist Church Thursday class have Currier and Ives pro Bashful. Honorable Mention Kesiah Economical, filing and storage of :

Dec. 9. The Rev. Andy Moon suggests party.BES to Stage Merrymaker candles Stt". 'Manning and Christina Bath.: $6 95 back inactive and records.bottom.Double One -wailed front ;:
: that all be stuffed animals -piece construc
gifts delivered to the first aid Fifth
Wizard of Oi Grade lion
: Danny Wilkerson as (no tape) sets up easily folds flat ,:
:I church in Brown bags early so he may Thursday, Dec. 9, the flair and a distress flag Johnny Appleseed and Robbie Gray for storage. Oust.proo'. spill'proof t'
place them under the tree. body will assemble in the pens the car), key ears, as E.T. Honorable Mention: cover with tension button closure. .' :.
Love Gift PresentedTo to watch the play "The and two year Stephanie Gainey and David Silcox. Heavy-duty corrugated. Retractable e :
Rev. Countryman as presented by the a choice of nine covers. Sixth Grade: Tina Willingham as handles. 24" long. :
Sunday Nov. 14 was a memorableone Children's Touring range from $1 to $4. Any of Raggedy Ann and Brian Kendrick as
for the Rev. Jim Countryman from Santa Fe Community items will make nice Johnny Tremaln. Honorable Men- "
family members of the New River Curtain time is 9:30 a.m. gifts so please contact and tion: Paul Roe.
2 Bankers
Baptist Church presented them with a THANKSGIVING your Boy Scouts To further encourage the students Buy Boxes !

new 1982 Chevrolet Caprice Classic as Everyone in and around Mil Green Honored to read,the Brooker Elementary staff .
a gift of love and appreciation for the ed to enjoy the holidays Oa 73rd Birthday entertained the students with
past 11 years service in the church. from in town and out of Green was honored on his, presentation of "Sleeping their" at
Beauty. Get
I that Services everyone' was could dismissed be present early for the so Mrs.The Thelma Rodger Fields Carlson of .Friday, Nov 12 with a trade Students completed in the 3rd a ,two-week 4th, 5th and round 6th rei. ,price the I ;

presentation. The dedication prayer N.C. returned home with Mr. Green were: robin schedule of basketball
was presented by the Rev. L. L. several days with the Beverly Rebekah and and kickball.Team football 3rd'One :
Parker,' chairman of the Deacons.. Moon family. Welch Ricky Alvarez follows: standings were as FREE

Wilbur D.. Andrews presented the, While Mrs. Lydia Crosby Robin and Will Dukes Susie Third and :Fourth Grade: First
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. keys to Rev. Countryman. was one of the nicest holidays Doug Dahlberg. Richard Blue Devils second, Rebels; third ;:.
ever seen as she was Greg Harold Rusty (tie) Bengal) and Caton; fourth. u ''..

children, grandchildren Larry Parrish David Bulldogs, and i
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grandchildren at a and Carol Fussell and': Fifth and SRG domes: First .

! Mr.home and Thursday.Mrs. Edwin Those : was.enjoyed all the Gators fourth second Cobras; third Blue Now
daughters. Missy and Patty by at Jays; Green Machine; fifth taking orders.... 1
Scorpions; and sixth place Wildcats.
! mont, Mr. and Mrs. Phil : School News Students took the AAHPER

children of Jonesville Ga. "'' A Winner Physical Fitness Test In their
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Rickey Crosby and sops. Nat'L Book:Week physical education class., .The teat 'TheOffice i
Joshua The John of Gainesville. at Brooker Elementary consists of six Items: Situps, standingrant c f
j Zapp family of National broad a
Book Week.' lump -yard dash shuttle,
ne arrived THE
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guests and attended was winner waIL. Shop
t'k.Deaeesi Wllb.r D. Andrews'pre.eate ding of John's sister in learned to a as i OFFICE

keys to new car to Rev.Jim Saturday before returning good reading habits.good ".aBnd girls" of compete other students against I 'SHDP"t
C.nntrymaa..Mrs. Countryman Sisters '
1, .daughters Jenny Sue with Cindy Lou Jacksonville Elain and Terry each was Friday, Nov. 19. their age.The 110 .
and Mr. and in class UOW.CoHSI. W. Call St.,
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;Opens Putt Putt Golf Course aJ aI I

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I:, By Mark FrUdlin Putt Putt Miniature Golf Course."I has already attracted some ill'1;' : '
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BCT Staff WriterA had always wanted to have my skull local putters eager to test w n ...\ tK
own course its really a fascinating their strokes against a challenging array 1 I
I unique new form, of entertainment sport." Gaglio says. TAnd with three of obstacles subUe differences in
opened Its doors near Keystone to college what better time elevation and placement that make .
Heights last month when resident could there be than right now?" playing a decent score on the course a /
I Frank Gaglio realized a childhood The eighteen hole course located challenge somewhat like trying to
, i I. ,dream and opened the area's first, beside I wy. 100 east of Keystone solve a giant puzzle with a putting V.. j' __ ,
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I ters in Keystone Heights and Starke," _
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right away with just a little practice."
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casual passerby first sees the
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Each is different and has its own per-
sonality. It's golf on a whole new
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Keystone's Jeff Everett holda the .
current record for the lowest score at the ."Cannon"...
{ Gaglio's course, shooting a total of 32
*II strokes to complete the course. Keystone Heights resident Frank Gaglio trys his skill on for serious and light-hearted putters alike M he new Putt H
r "Jeff's pretty good." Gaglio said. the "Cannon". Just one of the challenges that lie in wait Putt Golf Course on Hwy. 21. east of Keystone'
"He might be good enough to get intoa
j tournament some day." alternative to the drive-in movies. The tour films a syndicated televi- ed tens of millions of dollars since its
That's right there are tournamentsin Clayton almost singlehandedly sion show that reports on current tour inception but lovers of the game like
fIJJId 4 i1 Putt Putt.Golf they are held all pioneered the franchising concept in leaders and other news and it aired on Gaglio will tell you its the game itself I
over the country and some deadly business( McDonalds back then). over 85 television stations last year.
serious putting goes on when top The courses began to attract Subsidiaries of Putt Putt have gross Seepage eight
l -lttl prizes are at stake.The company that spinoffs .as well. Large sculptured
,' -$f1IIt rof.f built Gaglio's course the Lomma figures of dinosaurs, monsters and
.t '........ lJIJ CI ., Championship Miniature Golf Course other sometimes bizarre setups proliferated
"I .....111. lilt.t Corporation, Is one of several com- on the different holes as Grow More Pecans!
.j : / I.II _.._ pany sponsored tournaments at course owners tried to outdo each
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'V. .!, 1IIJ1IJy lIP'-Is 1!& which various never locations fail to across draw a the crowd.country other."Those courses were fun at the time If Spanish Moss is Robbing Your

:., rot Miniature golf first came to'the but they distracted the public Trees of Vitality & Yield -
) .iIIIlr..t/I: PlltE 0 United States in the 1920's from somewhat from the original intent of
'\' ,' (:S FfIIt ,r e England actually Scotland when the Putt Putt course and that is Have Us Eliminate It For You!
;': ( : ",'S f\ "long golf" or regular golf first gain- precise skillfull! putting' Ga lio
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,.r \, ...tl\J1St'.t, ff DES r"r .. ed widespread popularity here.Oddly says. "Many serious golfers have improved Spanish Moss Is in air plant that clogs breathing
..4ltCrll' enough the sport was played at firstas their skills with Putt Putt pores shades out sunlight adds weight and harbors
'}k. .; ,, / I a sort of game on the side to because of the high amount of accuracy Insects and disease organisms.
,'r"J alleviate the long lines that formed at it takes to score well on the
.... '") ,. ,' --"rllQ( c"FO ._ the few golf courses then available. standard course. Although the holes W
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'. 'I" Coa eo...CEO:, .:' I,I But true Putt Putt standardizednow are certainly different from what you Our special formula spraying kills moss and If s
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grass.
a "' ', ..1. the 1960's was invented by a former the skill it takes to get a good score
'North Carolina insurance salesman here in Putt Putt translates well on It is safe effective and economical.
." named Don Clayton who invented the the links."
,:.....f. ,..-. r.. r '" .... '" ''''''"''"'i1"''''- standard format on his"father's rug" Evidently lots of people agree with FREE ESTIMATE --
..:.. after being. hospitalized with a severe Mr. Gaglio. The official Putt Putt
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\ 0. -r\' illness; 'courses attracted more players last Call 964-5745:
Come. test your skills... The courses boomed in the late year than professional baseball at- toRIDA
Frank Gaglio stand beside the concession stand at his 1950's and early 1960's as American tracted fans at the gate.The sport has
J' new Putt Putt Golf Course on Hwy. 100 east of Keystone families discovered that Putt Putt roughly twice as many adherents as UncMByGradiute REST
Heights.Opening the course was a long-time ambition for was great for family outings as anN does "long golf"and runs its own professional Entomologists
him. tour. Top money winners Q T R 0 I.a
have captured over $50,000 a year in
f- earnings and this comes with prac- cxrwul to
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YARD SALE YARD SALE r FOR RENT I FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE HELP

WANTED

HOUSI Of BARGAINS I IInf Sw ,.... DEC. JtFollow sign to KENT A NEW BALDWIN? MIMOSA MANOR MOBILJ 1 6'-4.13-V OALV. ROOFING 7'-4.76;: USED ALUMINUM, 25 cents each.PLATESt24x36" Use
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ta Believing tlj Cell State Prison Trailer Park. 8 PIANO for child only! HOMI PARK Mobil. ed In REAL IITATlIAI.ISI'IOf'LI. 1I'WilIecgai:
SI.. 9 ...... to SiM p..... a.m. Ill S p.m. Boby Items. $22.SO/mo.your. plus tmollj! hornet and *poc*.for rant. 815.40:96.03 11'-7.62: ;' 12'-;8.26.106.99 W.:'' > Gnat printing for minor newtpoper.repair Scholarship* available for
Ye'll com I.* ut *t evr toys, CB radio Christmas rent: Recreational' vehicle monufactur Jacksonville. Bradford unllc..,*... pertont. ERA
moving charge.All |lobs County;
new Iocet..... J/Urln decoration and _Icoma. Phone 4682912. Faulkner Realty, 96/-5065. mREALT''
numerous and moving applies to pur-l I Coltol/ / fr.. T.......... 4-4Ma.. tfn. ten F
WHOLESALE AUCTION 10/28
other Item 9/16 its'RESTAURANT 18003422702. tfn DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN
every Thursday 7 p.m. 2 BRAND NEW dinette sets; chat parramor.Galnevlll.i Mu.lc"Oak. I EQUIPMENTfor SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY elec- HOUSEt 301 South' CRUISE SHIP JOBS! Great Income L

Trucklood. of merchondlse stove, refrigerator, new Mall. rent. 961.6701.9/09 tfn trk typewriter for sal. at '9646740. W* buy and tell potential', all occupation _
ovoiloble 'every w..k. cloth.*, and v.... clothes, 376.3626.11/11 tfn home' MOBILE HOMES FOR HENTi the Offlc Shop. 110 W. u.... fumltur and appliance *, for Information call ,;, 4 PHONE, "984-7776 J i
Hundred of different mall appliance Lot of SPAOOUSi BR 2 BA On. mil. from Stark city Call St., Stark. $200. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED ((312)741-9780) *xt. 2120.
Item, n.w merchandise.: mix., 600 W. Adkln St., with CHA. E. Call St. Lot limit Clean. Hwy. 16 E. IOX' OFFi Victor 120 Heavy TVSi Color 11/18 2tpd 1209INDUSTRIAL 'TuwIW 205 N. Ttmplo Stark:,
Everyone welcome. 3313, all day Sat., after church: of storage. No p.... Call Call 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. Duty calculator. Offlc1' LAUNDRY ,
$100.00.
S.E. Hawthorn Rd.. Sun. Itchg 12/2, 964-5827. 11/04 tfn KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom Shop. 110 W. Call St., Trade-in's* starting_Icame.at Phone WORKERS Initial staffingof
Golnetvllle.' 11/04 6tpd 1222 BRADFORD STt Thur., STARKEi 3 BR, 1 BA, CB for rent at 1 low Stark. tfn worker for a New Industrial I
12/9 Fri, Sat Dec2, 3. 4. 12/2 hou., stove, refrigerator weekly rate*. Call Tempi ONE ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16 W. SCRATCH 964-8212.6/11 I DENT SALE on laundry, good opportunity SPECIAL E,

THURS SATs Itpd convenient to shopping/ Motel 964-7337. 9/16 Michael.Ion. Faces Gllhooly hard tubdlvl- new office furniture. Desk for stable FRAME: 3 BR. 1 BA. LR. DR. Front and ll c
LAWTEVSR.225. I blk. 3 FAMILYl Frl., Sat.. Dec. $225 mfh. First lost' ,' EOW/tfn road. mploymnt. Excellent
1.435 Ac. oii
secretarial
filing cabinet Several Pecan Trees. LRd. t
Well tank. Porch. ;
from Handyway 9.5 each 3,4 715 S. Westmoreland security no pet. 46B-I5O9. 'CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for septic Selling ,, employe' benefit: 4 day
day. Like n.w boby bed A St., between Hwy. 100 and ll/182tpd 12/02 rant. On Hwy. 16 E. Clog 964.5606.$7500. Will 10/07 take tfn term. cost choir.'The Sav Offlc.up to Shop 40X, 110 off work wk, 8 paid 19. Only $19.900 Assum. Mtg. of apP' .] :

dretter matching. $5O, Edward Rd. 12/2 Itchg HOUSI ON LAKE GENEVA to prison. Call 468-1323. 1 ACHES located facing State W. Call St., Stark. holidays, paid vacation E13.000 to Qualified Bu .r. =-. ;
other furniture 4. FRI.' SAT., SUN. Police 10/07 tin.2ROOM profit sharrlng retirement
AC. prefer adults, no pet., Rd. 227. Breaker Rd. PAC-MAN, SMURFF ACTION ::-
household Item 12/2/82 uniform, fine, summer A $275 1-786-6044. 11/18 EFFICIENCY In $14,500 with term. plan, medical Insurance. 'INTEREST RATES DOWN
3-ubect| composition
MOVINOi Lot of Item mutt winter, $6 a.. .Also a f.w 3tchg 122AVAILABLE lawty. 782-3458 or 964-5606. 10/07 tfn books. $1.19. The Of. Now excepting applications BUSINESS UP* i :.
Dec. 910.11, 8 a.m. III hundr.d other Itm... 782.3919.9/30 tin ,CHICKEN FERTILIZER at Stark Chamber ofCommerc ..IALiSTATE. YOUR BEST BET I* r
r after 12/1.3 flee 110 W. Call St.,
1103 W. Butler Rd., Folks, If you haven't been BR HOUSEKEEPING and deep- Reasonable.' W. load. Stark.Shop. *.. Interviewing COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES- Beautiful, brick flrepI4c.lac. :
9648560. 12/2 :2tchg 12/9 la my place, com out and 2 BA and larg fenced Ing room. TV and Air. CloverteMle't Poultry'' ALE:60 during the week of Dec. 6. HAMPTON-31 A. S1SOO Ac. Great timber r:
PECANS FOR
FRIDAY 1 to 6 p.m.. Saturday. look around. If you have, backyard. Call after 5 Underwood Motel. 3 mile Farm 7Vt ml. S. of Stark' cent Red RIVERSIDE UNIFORM RENTALS CONNERLY ESTATES Irick 3 BR.2 BA Flreplac. Lib tries.
e:io to 6. 115 Martin com look again. George p.m., 9645511. 11/18'' north of Stark on, on SR-100. Phone 473-4508. dish.per pound. Vernon equal opportunity RD. UE-B Beautiful Brick horn*. t:
12/02'
St., 2 blocks east of Rick Salvage, N. 301, 4tchg 12/9 Highway 301. 9/16 Ifn ll/232tpd 1202PERFECTION 961.6530.1tchg employer. 12/2 301.7 apt., cottage. stars A home.DALEWOODLIke ::"
RICKS BIKE SHOP
Hospital. Itchg 12/2 Starke, 964.5184. 12/2Hpd ROOMS FOR RENTi nke SMALL COTTAGE ON OIL SPACE new brick flreplac $54.000. :-
SATURDAY Dec. 4. Clothe. THURS., SAT.'. DEC 2.3.41 9 room., TV, heal and wall KINGSLIY LAKE Heat. HEATERt Thermo., blower Wl REPAIR WASHINGTON a WATlR.(2)( ) 2 BR home. $31.000. =:
B mlic., Grlfflt Loop. until ???517 N. Orange St. 'to wall carpet $45 and up. Available Nov. to April 1. Good shape 200 gal. fuel Lot bike of used and rebuilt LAKE BUTLER AREA-I500 .... ft.home gar.. 3-bldg. 2&t 4fa
for sale. Ricks
Geo.
follow tlgn. Itchg 12/2 Clothe In good hope, Call Peggy. 964-9992 No pet.. Depotlt required. tank tank. $150 $50 for fuel Salvage 301 N. 9645184. REAMES 20 Ac. high t dry; 94 Ac. parcel St. Augustine pettur;
CHILDREN HAVING yard toy.,. *m. kitchen appliance 11/18Itchg 12/9 Ph. 533-2366. 11/tfn 7823538. 11/25 2tpd 12/2 Two 17 ec. parcel. All Owner Flneneed. r;
ale for Chrlttmot. .. Christmas It.ma. 2 II MOBILE HOME Adult j ;SMALL COTTAGE on I GENUINE 12/02 Itpd and HEATING BROWNLEE RD-Ranch.Ne, 3 A, $3.000 A, term =
BABY
Clothes, toy, odd endt. n.w ceramic, portable only. No pets, no children. Kin .I.y Lak., hot, !set Whiskey table and Iarr.ldinette 4. CRIB condition.portablecrib WILSON RD-'""......* lots. 20% down S yr. 10% :.
good
Edward Rd., 2 ml. from bow TV shoe, and lot of 964-7619; 964-8614. Itpd1 ovollobl Nov. to April I 1. chairs, escellent buy.$123, 964-6068.very 12/2 Itchy SERVICE ,HAMPTON LAKE-Brlck. mint cond.;23SO **. H. 5"
301. 9646888. Itpd 12/2 other knick-knack. Itpd 12/02 no pets, deposit required. 5332557. 12/2 Itchg RC ALLEN Ultra CashRegister. : LITTLE LAKE SANTA FB-Showploee en 2 .Greet vle.l :.
FRIDAY SATUROAYi Dec. 12/2 MOBILE HOME SPACE: Nice 533.2366.11/18 tfn DOBERMAN PINCHERi mal Good condition KINGSLEY LAKE-Brkk duplex 90' water. 1400 sq. HZ"
3. 4, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., RD. ClISi 3 mil. west of area. Near Hwy. 301. Big ONE 6 ROOM and bath apt., warlock black and tan, mok. offer 964-8484.12/2 Gas ft 011 Heaters COUNTRY CLUB-1.7 A, ossum. $40,000 mtg.,1'h.MSIOOO; .
took toy. pot*. pan. 301, Sat., Dec. 4, 94. lotr swimming pool. Low rat.. with range, refrlg. No well trained, excellent Itchg STERN RD-Hom., gar.. rental. home I MH space.. ::
carpet bedspread, of children clothe 12/2 964.5006.11/25 2tpd 12/02 pelt. On.3 room and bath. guard dog. $125. 233 N. SWEET POTATOES $8 Cleaned FIVE OAKS-Irkk. 3/2 frplc. SSS.MO. near Country Cluk
linen, swing machine*, BOYS CLOTHING Up to lie furnished apt., 514 Epper Boy St., 964-7065 do not bushel. LAKE BUTLER-Brkk hem, 2 A. S5B.SOO. financing. -.
2 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi Whltehead,
car eat, hl chalr, electric, Jerry ft Checked
12. Infant ill. lodlet coil/ after?
04. son St. One and two, p.m. Itchg 12/2 SEARING ST-C/B. s.a.300.I CilIA, owner fin. -:
heater,. baby walker, .clothf*,' child'* f>lartp First and lot and deposit."". bedroom furniihed apt,, ,B FT. REGULATION pool 961.6117.12/2 2tchg 12/9. Get Ready for Winter ISO CLARK ST.Brlck. $41.900. 3 I.. 1% B, frplc. r=
; toaster, and much more, couch .tc. Boyle.* Hwy., For appointment call after with electrical and hot, table, slate top 5 cue POOL TABLE with stick and CYPRESS ST- 4 BR. 2 B. CB. ....utllullo... 40000. :?
7H mil.* tooth of Stark 964-7096. Fri ft Sat. 12/02 6 p.m. 7823415. 11/25 water furnished. 234'; sticks and rock n.w rat of rack coin operated drink JeRe BESSENT RD-3 BR. 2 I. CHftA. great location $47,909
on SR-I00. 1 Itpd 12/2 Itchg 2tpd 1202UNFUINISHED Cherry St., no pet. 12/2 bolls, $425. 964-5263. box. nice 9 pc. dinette box TOWNHOUSE lifestyle. concept w/low malnt. Adj.( I*
FRI a SATs 9 a.m. to4 p.m., 2mil. HUGE 3 FAMILY Christmas LARGE Itpd 12/2 springs, Quaker oil heater Roames First Prsby. Church Bettent Rd. Comfort ,
quellty
.. from Stark. 2 mlleteotf decoration, children's APARTMENT Upstair 2 BEDROOM mobile homeon 14x70 1982 home FLEETWOODmobile total elec with blower solid wood energy .... 2 BR I'% lA, Snack bar In Kitchen. $3S.: O0.
of 16. turn left on 10th clothing (tlzet n.wborn to Contact Bulllngton' or call Grlffl Loop. Flat last executive d..k heavy BRADFORD VILLAS.Irick 2 BR. ''/' B. new $35.000.:rFOftSYTHE
trlc. $2,000 down takeover noon
St., first house on .right. 6x), lot of toy, mot.rniycloth. 961.7211.11/23 tfn. No louvered swing 2 964-6947
plus d.p.
p.ta. of RD-MH on B A.. 11 pecan tree. 31000.:-
payment $185 sets, 182 link formica I
12/2
Itpd ..
(ilie 8-10)), andmisc.lianaus. APARTMENT 2 room furnished 9648816. Itpd 12/2 OFF CRAWFORD RD 3 > .
TWO FAMILY sale. Sat., month. Call 964.4166.12/2 counter top,, 888 W. 964-8962 -(Lawtey) BR.2B workshop" $3S 00
Dec. Tok. 100 efficiency worm :I YR. OLD HOUSE 3 BR 2 Itpd Madison St., 9646050. II OFF 301.2 BR. II from. $19.000. t.rms. :=-
4, 8 a.m. to 4 pm.,, (toward Lak. Butler) toWettmoreland from Include bath. CH'A, flreplac. r:
127 N. Water St., back of. cozy $110 2 WESTERN SADDLES! good 12/2 ItpdCOMPACT ALTON RD-1 :3/4 A from home, $24.200.
., control clothe.idlshe St., turn most utilities. 208 N.Cherry carpeted. In quiet condition $200 ..ch. WASHER erectdryer 216 W. WELDON-2 B.1BA frame tcrnd. porch $34.000.
p. .. 12/2 right follow signs. Friday St. Itchy 12/2 neighborhood $380 964-8738. 12/2 2lchg 12/9 $30. dryer work HAMMOND RD-MH family room added, $32SOO. --
IF YOU ARE LOOKING for ft Saturday, 9 a.m. till 4:30: 3: IEOROOM,1'bath, central month 9 month 1 leas,, 45 SOLID WOOD DOORS fine, washer need work. Jt. WILSON RD 1230A-1.7/ Ac.II1.700. ::
special gift for Christmasor a p.m. Itpd 12/2 heat S. air, stove A depot) and reference 1'x61/2' x 1 3/'"$30 each Baby crib $50. alto 6 NEW LISTING r:
r frig.$260p.rmonthIstand :964-8224' after 5. 12/2 excellent for work bench drawer desk $75. Call 10 to 12 Ac. parcel" 100 H. frontage on Fonythe Rd.rREALTOR :
event,
the
any com tee .
*, desks, tablet' 964-8450. / Itchg f '
special Clatware Piece last In advance. CLEAN UNFURNISHED ASSOCIATES AFTER HOURS =
WANTEDAXLES shelves{ 9648738. 12/2 FRANKLIN WOOD BURNING 9't7.
at Low Price* at This and 964-4253. 96/-5901. 12/2 HOUSE 2 BR, 1 bath In city 2rchg 129SCOTTY STOVE $125, Scuba tank ., WAYNE DOUGLAS Broker Sttletman9444S93 -
LILLIAN PEARSON Broker Saleiman f:
That Variety Shop. Corn.r FOR SALE OR RENT. 4x8 of Stark., nice quiet I TRAVEL CAMPERi regulator, safety vest and Realtor* -
301 a 16. Stark. Also ft TIRESi 2 axles + 4tlr. NOVIS WA.D.lrok.r Sol.tm 944-7454 ::
have portable electric sign with neighborhood $175 15 FT., $1050 Prim 430 pear gun $125. 7823949.
new tapestries |ut In time ... W* plck-up, $100; (letter and number. $300.r month call 961.8731.12/2 per C.nt.r St. 12/2 Itpd 12/2 Itchg Several'Home ANNE TERWILLEGAR NELSON talesman4711472:

1 Ovlttmasrv, Novelties.v. You deliver $125.. Olln $12 per week9644253.: .. ltchg/j 'FOR IALI, 'or Trad- .. Law t.y Area-$25.50Q 5 Up.1AIso '"t.--- .-- .. .- .. u.. _. .
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cloth.,,: ; 'Mobil Horn Sale*; Hwy. adorable black mat Have Acreage* ::;:
1 Jcowbo: ,halo,, 964-5904, 12/2, 4 BEDROOM 2 '
both :
i doll and much mor. Yq'll: .. 100' W Starke. 964-5606. *NORTH. ; cocker puppy. 9645452. Sweot !III .: ." .'. ," : -
'Corn., llchg 12/? -- -,. Wchg- .ri i I' ,WALNUT 1' 3 fir.ploceclty/:, :12/2 J tctigWANTED w ,,I I',1SlorkiArii i... 'j \ '. -.
bedroom bath from bedroom I Potato. .
THURS FRI..SATs 9-5 Dec. WANTED TO BUYl Oldglassware bath. In country 4BR, 2 BA-$35,000 PIONEER ANTI FREEZE;
2,3,4 lots of baby It.ma. In pink green, house, screen porch and 1 trailer lot. 9646365. For Sale' $3.99 Gal. ; ,:
blu. and s.curlty d.p., call) Call 12/2 ELECTRIC
and mist 4732164. 12/2 yellow. Contact anytime. Itpd SO4 / 7S2-3931: CO. No Limit :.
712.3310
9648931. 12/2
Laura at Pock.t Itchg
Itchg Chang iOe /,... ... Trailer Pol. Special SAW Muffler' ==
AND fOOSTERSi Will have Bldg. In Waldo or call 'I J-1 BEDROOM apartment, i 3200 Sq. Ft.Warehouse. : teen Starling HOME I Discount
garage sale Sat., Dec. 4, 468-9443 Thur., Fri. Sot B $125 $165 month P.O. Drawer "M" 200AMP-S250 Pert ::
Bradford High School 8 until Sunday. 9/30 tfn 961.810122 Itchg. Cash Available We 301>> S. Lawt.y Delivered Anywhere 9<4-S 77SERVIClv -
9HAMPTON 'WANTED TO BUY SILVER I BR HOUSE for rent 206 ._ In Bradford County
COINS 1964 and 1.000 sq. ft. *fflc. or retail! Buy 1st & 2nd Mlgs.II 752.3065
older. Conning Tomatoes -
LAKE: Sat., noon Water St., call 964-6747. ---
to dark and all/ day Sun. Sterling gold or gold fill.... Itpd 12/2 off re*US-301 loading: North.dock. 100 ft. us for a quote. Fresh Picked$..box

day. Furniture, tools J. R. Bulllngton 9646250. :2 ONE BEDROOM houses on Call 964-5294 Morris Carter, Jr.
clothes craft., toys 11/11 tfn Johnson lake on. at $20C 964.5010 964-5406 LIMITED TIME ONLY POtt
,household goods, plants, 40 CHANNEL CB RADIO will{ mth and one at$150 mth. 1 100 AMP
many great Itemt, all/ prk- pay up to$40 If good condi! two bedroom trailer In' *
... to ..11.1/2 mile west of tion. 782-3933 after 4. mM I I I II

301 on 12/2 Hwy. 18, 4682889. / Itchg mth.High First Ridge last state mth. $200 rent 2,000 For Sq.Lexis Ft. Building. 1,, 3 br., brick, veneer, 1t% bath, central hVA 200 flMP
Itchg
SAT., DEC. '. 9 a.m. 4 LOST/FOUND plus $50 tec. d.p., On US-301 South carport, utility room and carpeting 250.00 I i I

p.m., 1042 Plnebreeie St. 473-2578. 12/2 Itchg Call 964-6020 I on your lot Calf Anytinit
Turn off Rd.
Colley onSouthgot. 4684131
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signs. i 301
vicinity of US-301 N. Tattooed Auction
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9647927. Itchy 12/2 ------ $30,500.00
in ear. 6598. Call I Ev.ry
'fi Friday Night 7:30 P.M.
9647512. 10/21 tfn ] Shop & ComparellSpecial !
NEEDMONEY I ADMISSION FREE: Free Door Prises .VACUUMSALE'
Insurance for Haulers Welcome 964.6853 PHONE 964.6853

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BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES types of W. Buy& S.II Anything of Value Longchamp Homes NE11&'U EC1
Small Cruihed Llmrock Use Your Home Equi homeowners policies for Inc. J
Building Sand B Graver* We mobile homes. Six Days a Week-Mon. thru Sat. i Starke We Finance OurtfwnKIRBYS *
ty. make 1st & Florida
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Phone 782-3172 2nd Mtgs. Call us for Olln's Located 0".mils Nerth.Stark.. VA 11V & 13% AVAILABLE .: .ROYALSUREKAS -

Monday through Saturday a quote. Mobile 'hon. 'U.4260 39 tpd 12/02 I IF YOU QUALIFY FHA :

ALIEN E.TAYLOR Home Sales HOOVERS

L. 964-5010 Elaine M. OBn, Agent E.D.S. ELECTROLUX"FILTER

I .r If Ii Iic r QUEENS
_964-5606 Construction Co. ERA I SEARS '

PUBLIC .. . COMMERCIAL
AUCTION -
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Bankruptcies Small Business Building ContractorWerklng '
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& Consignments Commercial' Residential REALTY

-.eels.............. Since 1957::
10:00: a.m. Sat. Dec. 4 1982 longchamp Enterprises ft Associates ...PryM T_0/a"T-t..tth..l I ,I '
Inc.If I t.r....,____ 964-5065 964.6918
Starke Fla. ((2 miles S of Starke on US 301)) you hove a Real l Estate need give ut a call.W.or.a i ./m... 3 Miles north ai V -:

Inspection 10 am to 5 pm Fri., Dec. 3, 1982 member of REINET-a listing tervke that gives your Starts on US 301c:
property national and IM.ratloral.xpsur.. Call to LOOK IBR
100 PCS. FARM EQUIPMENT day If you or. LISTING or BUYING.U.S.MISvth .

6000 Ft. of IRRIGATION PIPE (AH Sizes) TYfUMMa .
Mich...B.Cooney, RealtorDay9e470B3 JHWBMS- ) 1 .. .rorl Well ,-
BOATS 76 BayUner & Trailer Inboard-
Evenlng-964- JAT BULDERSNothing 11
Outboard 3 Fl. 18003428448Horn .. Dr6Fiiney
Sleeps c. 221 Let.- ,....St.Across from Wlshbon* .. .s. .. ., .
VEHICLES 81 Ford A T PU, '80 Luv PU "" OFFICE HOURS. 2" thru grr5

wTopper80 Dqdge 150 PU 4 Sp. "79 1 T .In Country too omasl or too ...... May.M'M ...."12 Moen Fast Rotary: :

Cnev. Four year.... fuel efficient heMe.... pretty ecreg' Frtt Estimates an Al Jabs. /
CiC79 Chev. Sta. Wag., 79 Dodge H $42.000. Drilling Equi .,

T' Maxr ,Van "76 Service Trk w/Fuel Tank Close to Shopping R School Cau Us Today to See How Much We Can Save You State Uctn$.aV
Nice *fx Mack nm*with CH/A e*l to,*. .... $12.000. nfzn *** 1 t .. r. r ..f .L i' .

t ,75 Chrysler 2 Dr.OFFICE. $31.900.Abe. 9.MeI room. 1 bath C/B hem e.,'' RIce .... ,1944: 711 Home Repairs ItJ: Pana

t FURN & EQUIP., EtotfnoM or Remodeling i r .,,' 1... :, .

COMPLETE TIRE & TUNE-UP SHOP Mini ..-.....* ..." Gracerle.. O1 -*...... New & Used<

F t COMPLETE CABINET SHOP Geo4. __. les'Parts.Servk
M Unit Motel with.restaurant 0/o Hwy. 301. Owner
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COMPLETE.DRUG STORE EQUIP. 1 "". . .. ., \ .
*Chicken Psrm-Caged layer Over 30 acre .....
w/saft cash
; reg., shelving, gondolas, etc. Land & Gas -I Plwnblbaig
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f OTHER CONSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED '40 AcreHlghNlce trees. .O..< BwlUlAf $tt*. $1701 1..4. .
M. New Installation

G $25.00 Registration FEE Per Unit .100 Acr-lt* .. Hhwy>. ,.. Owner.. 301 Thompson ,
St. 964.5sse Remodeling RepatfsSUPPLY"!
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: 6% Sate Fee No Sate No Fee bit $1,000 A*. I .. .. . . . ,. .
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TOM Cal CuMea.. Oscfc. c..,.., One* er Panted Ox i$2M Acra. D>errancr j

eta twmsl hMk h ltd* ef crews MM, .***. *4ciMe -sp ."J Acre with bon.' weM, tspfte. Owner ....and... .. ..." .. .. . .;. .... .

touts My t UM-Mi call .....Ml lIlY N .... M soy ... ..* Klt a.lyyLako .. CO"'CO PUMP vat,r:;
Y.mw ptY wIay 4 .....O'a1EM. .....4y.DIe."111 :I..""'" home end nrmmmrtim/ With 1114 haMe. Walt l SPECIAL THIS WOK' "

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J Conducted By -.0.- R.rnd. .... Fireplaces Lovely builder home end four COMPANY
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6631 San Juan Ave, Jacksonville, Fl32210 4U20? have many'extras. r mftlaAtxZff

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:::::':: :. 891 William D. Helots Jr. Rufus Haskell Grider Nov. 30, In St Mark's Eplscopat I 'Funeral\ services were held Satur-
:::.::::- I' Arthur R. ..ee.lll .day. Nov. 27, at Northside Baptist
Church with Rev.
William B. Helots Jr. 91, of Rufus Haskell Grider 82 of Starke '
,
i services.Burial was In Church with ]Rev. James Cowarl of
:: Ware I Keystone HelghU,died Monday.sudden Nov. died Sunday night Nov. 28, in the Crosby conducting: Lake the Cemetery under the ficiating. Burial was in EvergreenCemetery

I 122, in Kisslnunee rollowintf a Community Convalescent Center of direction of Jones Funeral Home of with Archie Tanner
. Illness Gainesville following a long illness.
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Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
in Batabrldge Ga. Mr.Helots I Starke..
;::;: Born
moved to Keystone Heights In 1955. Born In Cookville Tenn., Mr. Glen Gary Bennett arrangements.

j I") ..i.- 1. By Leonard from Palatka. After moving to Grider had lived in the Starke area Glen Gary Bennett 41, of Lawtey.
j 'Keystone Heights! Mr. Helots owned since 1938.He was a retired carpenter died Thursday Nov. 11. in Saudi{ Robert Earl Pew

Land' operated: Beloto's Drug Store,until and a member of St. Mark's Arabia following a brief illness. Robert Earl Pew.68,of Starke died

w he sold his Interests 1973. Since: Episcopal: Church. Born and raised in Lawtey Mr. at his home Monday Nov. 29, followIng

I that time he has continued to work as Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Bennett was the eon of the late Troy an extended illness.

, a pharmicist at his former business ,Nancy Ann Elizabeth Grider; one and Floy Thompson Bennett pioneer Born and raised in New York he
Andrews Drug Store. Mr. Belote moved to the Starke 8H
now daughter Mrs. J. Marjorie Douvilleof residents of Lawtey. He was area years
was a member of the Melrose employed at Cecil Field as a fireman ago and was employed by the General
Orange Park three Rufus M.
I Masonic Lodge No. 89, the Morrocco' Grider of Fernandina; Beach sons Kenneth until retirement, then he was I Motors Corporation as a welder until
ElegantDesigns Temple of JacltaonV e, and was a 1 ill health forced his retirement. He
Avco Company
: employed the Dallah -
C. Grider of Starke, R. Lloyd Grider by
of World War II.
U.S. Navy veteran also served In the Army for approx.
Srabia fireman
. of St. Simon's Island Ga.; four in Saudi as a until -
He member of the imately 12: years and was a memberof
his Mrs. sisters Mrs. Vola Taylor of Dayton. his death. was a
wife
Survivors include Church of and Madison Street Baptist Church anda
Tenn., Mrs Mary Gravitt of Rising First Baptist Lawtey
Mary Crosby Helots; one daughter Fawn Ga., Mrs. Pearl Dotson of had attended the Bradford School member of American Legion Post
B. Wilson of ; two
337 Mrs Renee Naples No. M of Starke.
Salecreek Tenn. and ,Mn. Beulah system.
and Helots both ,
WWlam Kenny
sons or Survivors include his wife. Mrs.
of keystone Heights; his mother Myers Birchwood, Tenn.; one
Edith of Starke two
Pew daughters
brother. Ernest B. Grider of Starke Survivors Include his Mn. ;
Mrs.Marion Matthews of Bainbridge, ; wife Mrs. Janice Tylicska of Starke and
grandchildren, Dr. Robert W.Douvule Wilma I. Bennett of Lawtey two
;
Ga. and three grandchildren. Linda Salmon of Calhoun Tenn.
( Great Jr., of Tampa Captain sons, Roger Dale Bennett of Starke. Cleveland ; one
Funeral services were held Friday, William J.Douville of Oklahoma City! and Dennis Dale Bennett of Pom- son,Darren Pew of ol0cala Tenn.;
In St. Anne I Ok. Miss Catherine A. Grider of one brother Roger Borden ;
Nov. 28, at :2 p.m. ; two step-daughters, Rebecca
r. Gifts Episcopal Church with Rev.Perry W. Tallahasser Fl., and Miss Nancy S. More and Raina Poole both of and seven grandchildren. ,
Funeral services will be held Thursday
: Collins officiating. Burial was in Grider of Starke; and several nieces Lawtey two brothers H. W. '
Keystone Heights Cemetery under and nephews. "Buster'1 I Bennett and F.Donald Bennett Dec. 2, at 2 pm. at Madison

the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Funeral services for Mr. Grider both Lawtey; and one sister. Street Baptist Church with ,Rev.
: 598Afforable Gillis .
Keystone Heights. were held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday One grandchild also survives. Robert officiating.Union

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; SERVICES TEINACI Gltli To tope and AND ADDING OWNER TRANSFERRED! lilt 4 FT. KENNEDY CRAFTS HOLIDAY CACTUS In bud

tand automobile pain MACHINIS FOR 20 afro and 14X70 mobile Flbergla Flihlng Boat.. and bloom SO cent to $5.

Pieces CLOSI OUT ON All ting. Call Stev at RENTi Union County Tim**, horn. 3 bedroom 2 bath with 20 HP Johnson. '-- lorae orchid coctu $7.50.
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Inch d.
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FABRICS In lock. $3 0 Meghan's Paint and Body 85 SW 2nd Av... lake oath Trailer Shokepear TrollIng Norfolk Island Pine $15.
yard. Phone 496-2219 or Shop. 496-3499. Itchg ButUr. Phon. 496-3261 for nlc-nd torn to motor anchor, swivel Contrary Mary' Garden.
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A 496-3143. 12/2. mono Information. TFN aum ihl* low lnt r *tmortgage. eat and life cushion SR 121. loCrots. Phone
CharlnIlackw.ld.r
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1.000 firm. Phone
TFN 10/21 4621561. Closed Sunday
liNT TO OWNi A Now
Will BABYSITi In my horn, INSURANCE Baldwin Piano of broker. 496-2142. Itchg 12/2. and Monde r. 2lchg 13/3
your 1% 3859. TFN 11/11. .. '/
good location In Ralford cholc CYPRESS LUMBER FOR 12/
Parramor Murk, 1981 MODEL 3940 JOHN SAlli
Call Jan 4311743. MAINE INSURANCI AGINCYl 1972 PINTO RUN-A/OUTi
3tehg 901.77!6776. Ocala. 7/8 DEEREi Tractor 843 hour. Custom awing.. Till Sapp.
11/18 11/23 and 13/2. 160 S. lake Aw*., lake STORACI SPACI FOR RINTi like $16.000. Timber.lock Ralford. Phon. 431-1376. $250. Cal| Mary's Flower
YARD SAlti At Martha Butler. 496-3978. Complete Approximately 800 square nw Skldder 2tchg 13/2 12/9. at 496-2540. Itpd 12/3.
Pow.!!'* horn Saturday. Insurance Srvlc TFNExpartence foot for additional Information W/EtcoGrop- 1977 T-BIRDi AC. PS. PB.
plo $12.000. Barco 130
Doc; 4. 9 until/) 4. across call 496-2361. TFN. Loader 12000. Slather $3300. Call 431-1860 of tor S
from lake ButUr Mlddl.
MOBIIR HOMI FOR RENTS
$3.500. 1970 Ford Truck "
School. Itchg 12/2. I 12X72. 3 bedroom. 2 full and 1979 Ford Pkk-Up,
6 1 both., nice yard. Phon rough condition n.ods 'lf1'6esnoedoesn't
FAMILY YARD SAID 1190 S steps to. mr beautiful -
496-2842. 11/23.
SW let Terrace across from complexion. with Mart Kay Itchg repair make bid will ell
Faith Baptist Church.' Dec. 2 to the highest bid
Cosmetk For a eompllmntary REALESTATE
P Saturday. Doc. 4. from 9 d.r. Farmer and Dealer
facial, call collect
a.m. until. Itpd 12/2. Bank Shand. Howard fit
Olan Teyla(9a19a9 196.2101.1tchq 1/11.
.1s ( ) -un
LOOKING FOR a special MAYTAO WASHER 250.
plc of property II I Phllco Color TV$300. Kirby

don't hove It. I'll find it-Just Vaccum Cleaner $75.
318 ak-...JANE S. USHER Phone 496-3047: daytime, .sell it

c.m.......... ............ REALTOR > 496-2126 or after 3:30: 496-3573 3lchg .

-w-.y w._........... _.. 496-2903. .y.... "Your 11/1111/24 12/2.
..t..P.M. ...._..,.... ...-. __ Union County Realtor. Hn HOUSI FOR SAll BY
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F- PIe. ,. -.y
Owr II, .n.qrM. 3/26. OWNERS Brick home.fireplace .
Xnsfl PvMsM t.d MMM
FOR All YOU RIAL ESTATI central hsot and
L NEEDSCall Vnra Brown air 1540 iquar feet living

North Florida 496-3032. Sandy Heron area ceperat ilorage.
i 496-3994*v*.or Gerri lennon many extra Flrt mor
i Farmers Llvastock Market Inc.
496-3140. Tiffin and tgag' 9. percent
.. ((1. ..... N...1-7*M U.t.441 f..*Uk.City), Owen. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 atiumable, 3nd mortgageby Call 9646305Qf..lIDD.djY..Jg.Y.r

/ only(*Mr) *...Mtt Uk'-. aty..,.... fax 788. lake faun. FL. Owner Mut ..*. 8oON
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'"", .Mti. .E.'3rd St..- lok. Butler.Phon .
1.dt.It.IAW.d MrtM, N' jl.1.d.MrIN / rfn chg. ./*.' size
Jam. %' t ._ a nM.Mid. N M/hlw M HOUSE FOR fAll BY *496-3786. Itpd 12/2.: ( :
T. W.W.IMq. ...,,,.r t.fcMwtut. .bvN..t a1 wlNry. _
OWNERS Brick horn,
.(+M)7SI-477) 71t.tIN rvnsn. .
.,,,.(I-J7I6-- flreploce.' Control hot and

air, 1540 iquar foot living Stare Ads.....".":."-... V'ol'.tv...................'.. "-" y.....* ...'V.. I

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1ec '* Now Accepting many* 9 extra percent Flrt, .*condmortgog mortgog -

HOMES PERSONAL PERSONAL
At Applications For -HII by own.r. Mutt
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0 sN. 860 N.E. 3rd St. lake FOR SALE SERVICES SERVICES
-- c 1 & 2 BR Apartments # ButUr. Phone 4963786.

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.E LOST/FOUND 12 x 70 3 IR. 2 bath e..pan- BUI'S SAW SHOP Complete CHILD CARES My horn*. Two

.-- .. 9618 \f. Lake Butler Apartments -ft do living room fireplace, sharpening service, circular opening 3 to S year Art

1005 S.W. 6th St. Lake Butler, Fl.* POUND-LAKESIDE PARK central air fully carpeted, hand carbide, activities exorcises, learning
celling 'ton new chain mower blada hollow .
SWIMM1NO AREAS Aug 9. appliances activities. 964 5610.
5 excellent condition ground and balanced
11/11 NnCUSTOM
prescription un gla* *
I APARTMENTS FEATURE must sNo ap leave at Jackson Building ,-
# Contact Union County FARM SERVICES

'Office Shop 7Wall' to wall carpeting 'draperies# Tim*. 496-2361. TFN 8/19. preciate.12/02 Itpd".900. 964.6334. Heights Supply 'In or Stark lake. Keytson Butler. plowing Bulldoilng.disking land clearing, grass _"

: refrigerator stove and on-sight laun-* Rhode Island CBS HOME 3 BR, IV BA. TFNchg planting spreader truck

u;:j r: "JU; 110 W. Call. St., Starke TOry. facilities. *C Reds garage, utility room. One SIWINO MACHINIS service, fertllli. lime,
ocr near Raiford. $29,500 REPAIRED All make
seed dolomite. Call
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.'. 964-5764 cash ".000 down. VA cleaned oiled and od-
496-3141 # : Plump H.nt'i3 NI. or Homer Hart. 496-2093.
loan I3V4X. FHA 13%, (usted. $15. Work
j. ror the at In Mm for the h.llcIoycDoyle 11/11 HnBRADFORD i
t unu.ualgllt. a reaeonable price. *************** i Verne. Fed. Land Bank. 11'At". guaranteed. James SEPTIC SERVICE '

_-... ............ 7!!-1119 or 753-6338. Strickland corner Morgan Residential ;
-outt
---ow pump
i 11/333tchg 1202MISCELlANE0U5 Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg $$S. w* also relay drain

Ii I ;Keys neHelghtsAds --. CHAIN ed. Fro LINK estimates.FENCIt HandyMan Install- line WANT. 96/..121 TO DUNK. 11/18 Hn ;

J' Fence Co.. owner TMAFt YOUR B1MIMCU
Reddlih. 9648559.If .
SOFT SCUIPTURI DOLL Tommy WANT TO STOP
FOR SALE FOR SALECRBDINZAt FOR RENT YARD SALE MISCELLANEOUS ClASSIStFour doll. to 912"PlWlnll THAT DUISAk.hoIlca

choose from. Clams REPAIR Call Anonymous

IAKI LOT on fond bottomed OFFICI SPACI facing TWO FAMIlVl rl.. IINOO.AMIRICAN 'MOI TGAGIS first and begin 13/06/83. Day and the Office Shop. 110 W. '...41,. 964-S434
lake In Hlllcrest tolld Lawrence Blvd. Next Sat.. Dec. 3 4. 99.Keytone 1101 ON HAL L .Sr-21. .second 'mad* ond evening class**. All Call St., Stork, Ivrd.rolh. 964-6894

$800: down $146.44 ,pet mahogany Ducan f If. door to Andrew Drug Club E tata*. Saturday. 7 p.m. and bought. rln.poction. material furnished, except 96/-576/. HnOlASS 11/25
month. ,hon. 4734058or replica. Vary good con Alto several largo office Odd and ond..122I1pdSAT. Sunday* 3-5 p.m. Public llklnt and Assoc.. 3100 clothln,. Call CUT TO ORDERi WILL REPAIR 13 tpd
473-4367 after 6p.m.lOltfnchg dition. Approx. Q3.3SISi j for rent In rear of a SUN.I Dc :I' 4. Invited. 10/1tfnchg. Unlvartlty Blvd., 782.3217.owlet'. Itpd Doors, window., etc. or put on new
roof. .
old. $400. Call r building, facing Flam* 9-9. Mulcol In* ALCOHOLICIANONYMOUlt Jacktonvlll. ,I.. 32216 12/02 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPlY Also will do complete

i BEAUTIFUL IAKI 12/2 Itpd Ingo. Call 473-3411 10/1 trument *. proeclor.| Clod or phone 1-735-6004. QUICK CASH I buy mar- 964.6078. Order also lawn work. John
lot PICTURIRAM13t tfnchgCOMPIITIIV furniture, tools, meeting Monday 8p.m. Llcanted Mortgage fro Blackburn.' 964-5643. 11/35
.OINIVA access patio tgage and and clear taken In lok BUtler d
from $5.500 $500 down Varlou lies and color PUR.NISHID mitt.four/ mil* Open meeting F rlday Broker. Call Audrey or house Call now Mike 496-3079 and Keystone 4tpd 12/16
Great Chrlttma
$71.74 per month. DIscount house on Spr. oulh 01 Malra. to* p.m. Alonon. Monday Steve. 1I/11.12/24tch, Meeker '.0. Bon 142.... M.IOhn,1711973.2/26' tin WILL KEEP pro-tchool
on entire 10 gift Four mile south Ing L eke. 38 R. A/C. .I"n. ITS-1111. 12/2 p.m.' All meeting atE Calnaivllle, Fl 33404. children In my home centrally
HAIROEfIONRf
of elrota FAMILY
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Win-
::1.: acrea One wmerlranl'lot. Road.on $335/mo.$300 depodt. Itchg ducatlonal Building phone 377-3355. 13/2 tfn located, call
nott 479-3181 12/2
'' Call 473-4375. 10/1 Call 161.533alts 6. SATURDAY ONLVl 9-9, Community Church Classified> Ads 964-5056. 13/2 ups
ItchgIADIIS 144 W. Cell $'.
tfnchg tfnchg 10/1 Imokalee Road follow 473-3790 or 475-3130. lOll ODD JOBSt Remodeling
5 COMMIRCIAl FRO 11 SPIiOBIKHl ,IAKI OINIVA COT- tlent. Antique tool, a'nchgOV.IIATIIS Get Results CARS 964-730 painting roofing, yard
ofrlawrence 37 Inch Sear TAG 1 BR furnished.i jewelry book, efflc TRUCKSNUNTIRf 0,.*
.t BRTY on corner work speclolli In mobll
_, Blvd. and too Spirit". I.- $i/ / : dskoocbali, Soma ANONYMOUS Na duo*. R T.W.8.F. 9 Ml *iMThw ham. 964-71. 12/3 -

: Flamingo near SR-10O. cellent condition., OF F I CBSPACI table, add and and. fee or welghln' ,, open SPICIAll 1976 *. 11 AM HI 7PM Jtchg 12/' '
and lit.21 Int."oc.lon.1 I Originally $149.99, tell .downtown next SAT.AND SUN. Doc.1YS meeting Tuesoy 7:30 FOR SALE Suburban 4-wheel drlv. $.*. 9 AM Ml S PM

4-parat office com- for 12/2$79. Call 473-3451. to f Coto F arm, KeyitoneCantor. from 9-S. Boat, p.m St Anne' ,,FIREWOOD .350 ...... 3/4 ton. $1850. Appointment ',
platy; Corns lot with'' upd196100D01 ,! $160/Mo traitor cloth*,CoM..O.loIry. I pltcopal) church. Priced to lelll Call i' Nt Ahvay Necestery
-. entrance on 3-lde* of PICK-UPI4 Key(ton* Height* Real .. RT. 26 near Koyttono Height, Bkcfc. Jack Oak 964-5606. 11/11 4tchg 1/7 HnBABVSITTtNOi OP
.; building. Owner flnanc- speed Y-1. utility body. t". I nc., REALTOR Swan lake D rlY.. 473-3790 10ltfnchgBINOO 473-4733 after.PJN.Hntttley. 12/02 Toddler and P ,
Can be loon at K*yston.,,
t: oil. with 1 low Interact Water Co. High bid over 173.1961.11/lttfnchq 173.1673.12/1 ItchgFRI. lion Club, i. SURPLUS ... -C.rrlNh.. up. 7 ..m. to 6 p.m. Will ut r rMrw
473-4930 UNFURNISHIOlD .. D' C. 3.t ..11 a.m.. acre from high*chool.Tuetay .
rot.. Cell or Many tell for under$50.00. pkk from school./ Call tr.
Sealed bid up
C A73a/1110/11Mchq $300 buy.December 10. ou b-l .w I d Sot.. Dee. 4. I-2. Nw *. Early Bird. 7 .' For Info call ((312)931.1961) kooks 485-1861. 9/23 tin tW hor ,
19tqAl1 opened mobllehome. 3BR.. ,clothe*. TV. furniture Regular, 7:301
:: CUSTOM VAHi Cash certified check toy p.m. ." I.,. 2729A. 1111tpd
or 3Bath, Double tool. Hutchln Public Invited. !
;: Now captain ch.lre. pare p.m. Redfearn's 13/02
: couch C-1, AM/FM only. 83.180iL2 ItchgKBNMORBl attached, icreen porch. ton Road,,Poetmotter IL |ChiveBroadway. I 1971 VOLKSWAOIN"I.ooo. -
other llectrlc On 2 acre* on I ok. Village. 12/2 Itpd.FOUR'FAMIlYi. SERVICES
g- treo tap*, many rang., Can tl/least Hulchlncon Frl.. Need body -' Run lawtey Area

':ii::: Any extra mok.. Undar. Call $14,000.Johnny cleaning ov....Avocado. first, and last$3OO/mo.and Sot.. Dec.3: 1.N. L oft | good.Itchg 1 13/02 Graham, 485-1330. 3 bdra.-. 1 bam brick v mer ....* with appro.

+ Dasher In Oalnetvllle. $350.473-3836.13/2 ItchgTHRBOi deposit. 473-2054 13/3-9 of baby and TREE SERVICE 1983 tSCORTi GlX Imately 137 seen en* *cr* whit LOW dews. *nd
.$ t track tope. chlldron.\\ Wagon.4 .%" esswmebl .
= and cloth*, /7K1t0 mrtgg* ,
Night
::.1.375-7376.: AM/FM radio. record, tpd.. AC AM/FM cosselt
::: wknd. call PERSONALSERVICES plant, kitchen Item, r Removal stereo, cruise, fully load- R00 last
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Starke Annual Christmas Kettle chants in Starke Kettle Drive stations Feeding the hungry, clothing the ADULT
Drive being conducted by the local will be located at Winn Dixie Eagle naked befriending the stranger and 3 WHEEL
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has been set for Friday and Saturday, "Sharing and giving is living"says nationwide functions of the Salvation BICYCLE
.: December 3-4, and also on the followIng Rev. Ben Bryant pastor of the First Army.
dates: Dec. 10-11, Dec. 17-18,and Baptist Church of Starke and Chair- Volunteers serve in three hour
Thursday and Friday,Dec. 23-24. man of the load Salvation Army Ser- shifts ate each location from 9-12,
vice Unit. 12-3:3-6 and 6-9.
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church groups are assisting the local Christrmas Bells help us with your full complement of the Kettle Drive $14995 II
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: The fight against Cystic,Fibrosis $496.10 for the fight against Cystic daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary .
continues thanks to the participantsand Fibrosis.In Stephens of Starke. She collected SOFT FABRIC
locai, sponsors from Bradford addition to awards to be ad- $206.60 and received a water bottle BEIGERECLINER
County who supported j the CF Bike-A- ministered by the CF Foundation at a trophy.
Thon on October 30. later date, the local awards were ,
Ten youngsters from Bradford given out Friday evening Nov. 12 as
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one defending champ managedto nerup Nancy .
repeat as a till 1st in the 4th Annual ,((45:59): ). IfeiJ'U .. w. .." .
Autumn Sun Fun Runs held in Starke All 4 winning times this year were .
last Saturday, Nov. 27. slower than the winning times of a
As a matter of fact, only one defen- but the course had beenchange l ,'''' '-r d
ding champ ran In Saturday's race, to be Just a straight up and ?411 r ,. r ': ,1 v
and she Pam Hawkins was upset.Hawkins back route down Edwards Rd.
a junior at Bradford Kline,a Jacksonville runner whose ,,.'"" l'.
the women's mile most and Mrs. Noble Scrog- ,, I.' .. ," '( rllJ: High, led run parents, Sgt. ,: .f "H'f.rC "l"J ". ,:.>'
of the way but In the last 15 yards lit- gins, live in Raiford, was the 10th runner ti ;",':,i'. :;I, ,' ',, ; ;. ;J\:\"1(''i ldlr4<;,:!..: ..J11) ". ', ,w?
tle Lori Sapp, a 7th grader at Brad- out of 41 men and women com- ,',"'I\i\'t'tr\ -'", ...\: ". !,' .. .
'E ford Middle School came on to outlean peting In the 10000. Her credentialswere ', ''f't', ." >"
Hawkins at the finish line. Sapp's win solid: she has qualified for the ,,' ;" ,1,1 ;' '
ning time of 6:18: was identical to Boston Marathon with her showing in ," ? ...r..r'. rI I b ." ; ,

Hawkin's winning time last year.This the recent Marine Corps Marathon in icy :
year Hawkins was clocked in 8:19. Baltimore. f ..,
Another Bradford High runner Top local finisher In the 10,000 was A ;".. ,
r senior Curtis Jones, won the other BHS senior cross country runner n'" .. n" "
> half of the mile run, taking the men's Richard Warren who placed 4th in ,........r"l "", .. ', e v <.". .. .. ,.J,"
contest easily with a.4:56: clocking. 38:53. Just behind him was Starke's I, ".t""" 'h i'i!' OJ: \i.. .' ":..".
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Mark Glisson of Starke.In First local girl across was Bradford .:..' ',"'' ;. ;;!.: ,. ., ','a:. .". ;,1j ,;-.,.,! ,-
the featured 10,000 meter ((6.2 Middle Schooler Christ! Harrell, who t.'...!1 '.t I ;. I"'' "&.,
mile) runs Russ Livingston and Cindy was 4th among the women

;' Scroggins Kline of Jacksonville won Age group prizes were given in both Out they go as runners start the trail of the mile "fun" run. k"at
'1. by comfortable margins. the 10,000 and mile runs. ,
Livingson ran 36:59 to top runnerup In the 10,000 Warren won the men's t I
.. t Gainesville's Bruce Higgins (37:29): 14-19 division and Rick Solze of f :
by half a minute in the men's race Lawtey won the men's 20-25 championship Results '
Autumn Sun Fun Run Huce : '
::f while Mrs. Kline was an even bigger with a 42:19 effort. On the 1 .vV,
.' winner, with a 43:22 time and 3 women s side Harrell was champ in i
.. .minute 27 second margin over run- the girls 13-and-under class MEN'S 10.000M Mmlt-2* MEN'S MILE
o..r.ll. 6 1) Rum Livingston( Jackaonville 36 59 Overall T..I
and
Q. In the mile runs Jones, Sapp, M
2)Wade Dukes,SUrke 39 37 Jones, Brooker 4 541
I)Bruce: Livingston Jacksonville 36 99 I> Curtis
Hawkins all the won their age groups II) Bruce Hluliia>Galncvle|] 37:29 3) Mark Glisson,Starke 41'22 2) Mark GliMon Slarke 604
along with 4 other local runners. S) Buddy Rhode,Lak City IS:30 4)) Buddy Paterson Slarke 45'34 31 Mu Galv..z,Gamrsville 616\
Donnie Griffith of Starke won themen's 4)Richard Warren Starke 38 53 5)Paul Cooley,Lawtey M.40WUnM3 4SleveDanlelsonLakeny) K 34
z 20-23 division Mark Glissonwas II W.d.Duke,Starke 39:37: Si Isidore Hernandrc,Starke 6 MBoy.
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the 20-29 men top finisher, Ieyo ,la.............. 1 12.and,wnd'.rli I
".,,; Wayne McCleod won the 30-39 group, DThomM Moon Starke 48:37 I) Bruce Higgim,Gainesville 37'29 Steve Danielson, Lake City 634
.\. and Joe Hillis won the 50andoverThe 2)) Buddy Rhodes,LakeClly 38 36 21. Ricky Sanforci,Starke 104 I
Mm.-i* 31>John Kllllan,Gainesville 41 06 3)) Hams Green,Tallahassee 840 t
Kline of Jacksonville oldest runner in the races was 1)Richard Warren,Stark. 38:53 4)) Buddy Revels, Lawley 42 42 4)) Robert Danielson, LakeCily 9 IKMltl4 II I
Cindy Scroggins : 60-year-old Bernadine Hillis who EddleTniuntSlarke 44:14: 5)Greg Richard, Bellview 44 07 I
I raced to the women's 10.000 title., completed the mile fun run, while the 3)Henry Cooper,Starke' 47:MMMMlf 6) Bill Green,Tallahassee 44 08 .It '
the 7)Andy Phelps,Keystone 44 69 II 1 Curtis Jones,Brooker 4 511 I
youngester winning "youngestrunner" 8))Grady Pauley,Lawley n 20 21) Isidore Hernandri Slarke 636;
trophy for the second con- 1)Rick Solw,Lawtey 42:19 9)) Pal Cillnnd,Lake Worth 50 28 3)) Seme Campbell,Slarke 048 !
secutive year was 4-year-old Kelly 2) Rob Buncher,Gainesville. 42:27 10)) Donald Wagner,Slarke 56:4 1 41' Ronnie Pierce,Slarke 1210
Kline of Jacksonville who skipped 3) Richard Hall.Starke 44:59: 11) Fred Graudon.SlarkeMn 10424 5)) Chris Ballance,Slarke 15 16
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4)William Cooper.Starke 47:5e
most of the way in the fun run. 40.49 M.n2G-U
1)Forest Wright,Lake City 43 22 llDonnieGnlfilh) ,Slarke 820
2)) Nick WiRehua, ,Jacksonville 44 39 21. Mark Griffith.Stark. ,8 46
4 5t ,. 4F 3) Richard Grlggs.Gainesville 46 06
.yr 4)John Miller,btarke 5226 M.n J-Jt t *.,
:.' rtrM 5)) Bobby Jo Davis,Lawtey 5411UJoeBlewett.LakeCity II 1 Mark Chisun.Slarke 601M.n

Breaking the tape first In the 10,000 ii > 3 4 F M..50'.n1....' 30.2,
4207 llWa neMtl.pod,Slarke 6 M
meter run was Russ Livingston of 2)) Ernie Heishman,Jacksonville 52'30 21. Bill)Green,Tallahassee 841
Jacksonville 3)Ed Galloway,Gainesville 1 09'))8WOMEN'S

_._u._._.__ 10.000M I II I Max Galvrz, M*>l 404 66\
f'4m + Overall top 9 21 Earl Sannrd.Stark. 129
w.t9. 1)Cindy Scroggint Kline,Jsx 42 22 31 Juhn Danirlwn, ,Slarke I 14 01
2)Nancy Vader,Gainesville 45 49
3))Jenny Allen,Jacksonville, 46 20 M.A SO-and ...,
41)Chnstl Harrell,Starke 5546 \IIJot'111111..Slarke \\0 29WOMEN'S
ly'"d r 9 SI Donita Burke Gainesville 55 34 MILE

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Grady, Pauley of Lawtey hits his 4, J 2)) Nancy Vader,Gainesville 4549 51 Pat Calloway m I'I
stopwatch button as he crosses the 3)) Sharon Smith.Jax Bch 56 59
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Area: Traffic FatalitiesThere i --Iff. : 100's of Framesto i 1

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were no traffic fatalities in Bond for the DWI charge was set at : -1 select fromr"
the Starke area over the holiday but $350. Uprichard was released on her Dtrctlt4ea) +t 5 986
there were several traffic violations. own recognizance. O'I MforrtsERslltp I

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in the area for the holiday ol. 4 HOURS:

weekend were no more than a normal FLORIDA 9.9 Monday-Friday PHOTOd

weekend. VV 9.2 Saturday
State-wide there were 27 traffic $ a
deaths'' for the Thanksgiving holiday THEATREStarke O
weekend. Most of the accidents oc- 'E.
cured in south Florida, according to 964.5451 (, f( \
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Donald E. Powell 25, of Okahum- "t :FAVORITE\t Q LLncbr manKenwln line iL

pica; was stopped V4 mile south of .. ,
Lawtey on US-301 Nov. 24, accordingto .. .", '

Powell Trooper was B. A.charged Williams with driving ..JNW( M E4R) : :: : . .., .. ,. : ....... .. 1"

while intoxicated, driving while his $t4tYBlaWtnwpnnWq 1 .
license was suspended,and refusal to .
sign two citations. Shops Inc. Ladles Apparel "
Bond for the DWI was (500, DWLS 301 DRIVE-IN ,
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wad $75 and $50 for the two refusualsto Call St. SUrke 944824 ,

sign. Fri Sat., Sun., Mon. Invites You To Our Special Sale
Powell was released on his own
recognizance.. JILL ST JOHNCB Because you are special us we are going to delight you '.

with'I sleigh fuO of values. We are decorating store
Robert E. Lee, 23,of Bradenton was' I; our ; 1 '
stopped on US-301 Nov. 24 and cited RB1'E with savings on our entire stock on

for driving while his license' was
revolked.r Lee, driving a ,1968 Ford, FRIDAY DECEMBER 3rd

was four miles north of Lawtey, according JUNGLE from the hours of 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
: to Trooper W. D. Langston. .
Bond was' set at $200.Lee was You can 1? your stocking with 20% off our entire Invan '

,' eleased after he posted a cash bond.. ...a true prison story tory. W, 1 contfnut to show you holiday savings from

Linda Uprichard, 24, of Pompano Plus -. December 4th through December 11Ui'with 20% off an TfROP

teach was arrested and charged with Sweaters a Ibndbag. light up your Christmas with It !BSHOP
riving while intoxicated Nov.28. Her "CheerleaderBeach
chicle which was weaving on the "Todays Fashions" at "Old Fashion Prices". \

ighway,was stopped on U8-301south PartyRated IOw C.aNN4.67N
i Starke. according to Patrolman. W.

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4 their parents of course,won design awards as judged by authentic"and Leslie Elderfield "cub special".
5 ;r Circuit Court Judge Buzzy Green and Supervisor of Back row. left to right Randy. Milton "prettiest", .; : Selecmt
,k Elections: Neva Flynn. Gary Senkbeil "judge's choice', James Ferguson
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: Builders of the Fastest Cars... l MOW.CallSl.
These Cub Scouts were owners of the cars taking 1st, 2nd or 3rd In the Ji 964-5764
three age groups of the Plnewood Derby. .
.. At left, from bottom top, are: Lonnie Adklns, Bryan King Kwambea Stork* Fla.
Strong and Dwaln Thompson. :
In the middle rear Is Randy Milton. And at right from bottom up, are
: Todd hail Michael Becker Brian Canova, and Steve Bradley. It's a Photo Finish...
All eye were on the finish line as a pair of Plnewood
Derby racers zoom down the track and to the finish
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Watching most closely are judges Buzzy Green and
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In All Stores
Memory
In loving Lois T. OTI
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November 30, 1981. ? SALE
We love you,we miss you.Tears oft IM ONLY
sorrow are seen everyday. We will aI6ADVENTURE
: continue to trust In God so one day we
,.: will meet you in Glory.
; Your Loving Family

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Man Found Dead Honda Driver Truck Loses Load Damage to the lumber truck was Starke Man Charged Perry was found guilty of ago
$2,000. The estimated cost of the gravated battery,guilty of a lesser Included -
No Foul Play SuspectedThe Charged In AccidentGlenn Of Plywood on CR-100 building materials was ,$1,090.50. With Making Threats offense of battery on count

R. Farmer of Keystone Doris Cole of Starke was cited for Damage to the 1976 Ford truck was Jimmy Lee Childers, 37, of Starkewas two and guilty of the charge of inmatein
body of a Starke resident who $500, according to Trooper W. D. possession of contraband, a
had been dead Heights was cited for careless driving improper change of lane causing an arrested Nov. 29 and charged
apparently for several and having an expired license tag in accident Nov. 30 on CR-100 at CR-235 Langston. with making written threats to kill or weapon.In .
days was discovered Tuesday after. an accident Nov. 24, according to near Lake Butler.A do bodily harm, according to In- March of this year Perry stabbeda
noon. Trooper B. A Williams. truck loaded with plywood rolled vestigator Don Denton. correctional officer four times whenhe
Howard Clark Oehler,67,of Route 3 and over losing the l load of Childers threatened to do harm to was approached in his cell. Perry
Farmer on a 1979 Honda cycle a
Box 1385, Starke, was found in his 1982 Cheverolet were southbound on materials when the driver attempted Florahome Woman Ida Childers and her family and to had been causing trouble and was to
checked home on CR Oehler-100() by a friend who CR-100A. The Chevrolet, driven by to avoid the other vehicle. Cited In Accident burn their house down, according to be moved to a new location he refus
on on a regular basis. Myrtle Cusick Ward of Starke was Cole,driving a 1976 Ford truck,was the arrest record. ed. As the officer approached Perryin
According to Investigator Don Den- slowing to make a right turn Into a eastbound on CR-100, attempting to Elizabeth Clayton Milne of Bond for the charge was $1,000. his cell Perry started swinging an
ton, no foul play is suspected butOehler's Florahome was slightly injured in an at him
private drive. The Honda failed to make a left turn as'he was being over- Childers was released on his own ice-pick type weapon stabbingthe
body was sent to the medical accident' Nov. 29 in which she was officer four times. Another officer
slow and struck the rear of the taken by a 1973 Ford truck belonging recognizance from the Bradford
examiner to determine the of lane.
cause of cited for improper change stabbed
Chevrolet. Farmer was ejected and to Wickes Lumber Co. County jail. was also by Perry.
death. The 1973 Ford, driven Keith Anne Terwillegar of Keystone Before the trial could start last
came to rest in the highway but was by ,
Heights ,driving a 1979 Ford, was hit his Public
not injured. Allen Strickland, of Lake City, was week. Perry attorney
Damage to the vehicle was $100. struck in the right side as it attemptedto overtaking Milne's vehicle when Bad Road Surface Defender Rick Replogle. ana had to.
.2 Lawtey Residents Milne attempted to make a left turn be removed from the courtroom.
Damage to the cycle was $500. leave the roadway in order to avoid
Arrested the collison. into a private drive on SR 100. Causes AccidentA Sentencing for the convictions will
BurglaryTwo Milne, driving a 1972 Ford, struck be at a later time.
the vehicle in the right front, in the bad road surface was the cause of
Lawtey residents were arrested a one car accident Nov. 26 four miles The trial of inmate Ellis Johnson
and charged with burglary- 9:00 a.m. accident. from Lake Butler, according to charged with aggravated battery and
grand theft of the Starke Golf and Damage to the 1979 Ford was$1,000. Trooper B. A. Williams. possession of a weapon by a state
,Damage to the 1972 Ford was$700,according -
Country Club Nov. 27. Frankie Paul Sturges, 18, of prisoner, was dismissed by Judge W.
Michael Clifford Wilkerson, 20 and to Trooper W. D. Langston. Alachua was southbound on CR-231 at M. Carlisle,

Ebble Dwayne McKinney, 18, both of F 12 p.m., driving a 1972 Chevrolet. Johnson alledgedly stabbed another
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Lawtey were charged with taking 4 -1' Sturges swerved his vehicle to avoid a inmate who refused to testify causingthe
food, liquor and speakers from the Deer Runs Into VW hole in the roadway and lost control. case to be dismissed. -
clubhouse, according to InvestigatorDon The vehicle ran off the roadway and
Denton and Chief Deputy Glenn Truck On CR-100 overturned, coming to rest on its top.
Moore. The value of the stolen items CURLES
to the Chevrolet $500.
Damage was
was in excess of$100. A deer attempting to cross CR-100()(
was struck by a 1981 Volkswagontruck Suzuki &
The theft was discovered at 8 a.m. l'rrS
and that Nov. 27. One Guilty VerdictIn
by 2:30 afternoon the arrests
had been made, said Denton. Lawtey The VW, driven by R. S. Mullinswas Circuit Court KawasakiOf
traveling west on CR-100 when
Chief of Police Marshall Jordan
assisted in the investigation and ar t the deer jumped in the front of the Florida State Prison inmate Donald Starke
rests. vehicle. Perry was found guilty by a jury in Extending
Bond was set at $2,000 on each Damage to the truck was $500, according Bradford County Circuit Court last Happy Holidays
charge of burglary-grand theft for to Trooper J. H. Horler. week. layaway Now For Xmas

McKinney and Wilkerson. They were The Sensation of Suzuki
released from the Bradford County 1.
jail after they both posted property 4-Wheeler IT 125 4x6 5 spd. |
Starke Clinic
bonds. Family Planning reverse, automatic clutch.

Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) Fun For All from the JR 50 up to j

f the Grand GS 1100.
: & VasectomiesNo
Pinehurst Grocery + Our Prices Can't Be Beat

Robbed On ThanksgivingA I Hospital stay necessary -'No Abortions performed. US 301 Starke

I young white male entered the 964-6500 964.6020
! Pinehurst Grocery Store in Starke at &_p.z

7:30: p.m. on Thanksgiving and ---------J metti f 4;= ;= INrwtMait Nr.a t""
demanded "all the money In the r-c !
drawer and also in the bank bag,"according Glen SappSappGraduatesF.B.I. Discount Auto sound center

to Patrolman David Crum. \
An undetermined amount of money 2138 N. Temple Ave., Starke |
was taken by the man who wore a
stocking pulled over his face to his up- Academy I Will Open Monday, December 6th i
per lip. The clerk was made to lie on

the floor while the man fled the store. Among the 250 law enforcement of- there with the Florida Highway Monday thru Friday 9 am to 6 pm
The clerk, who was alone in the
ficers honored at recent graduation Patrol, and as chief investigator with I I
store at the time, stated the
man was ceremonies of the FBI National the Charlotte County Sheriff's
build possibly in his 20's, small to medium Academy In Quantico, Va. was Glen Department. He is a member.of the Save SSS! on Radios, Speakers, Equalizers
blond hair, moustache and car- E. Sapp, Starke native who .was Florida and National Council on i i
ried According a small black to Investigator handgun. Steve elected Sheriff of Manatee County in Crime and Delinquency, the Ants., Boosterslast
1980. American Society of
Backus the the rob- Criminology,
investigation into
The son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and the National Sheriff's Assn.
bery is continuing with the assistance of
Starke Sheriff
::::: of the Bradford County Sheriff's Sapp graduated
from Bradford High School in 1964 The FBI National Academy cur-
s-: Department. and earned an Associate Arts degree riculum is designed to meet the needsof

Both Drivers CitedIn in Police Science and Administration contemporary law enforcement in Mobile Paints
from Florida Junior College, such diciplines as management, law,
= Accident Nov. 26 Jacksonville, a Bachelor of Science forensic science, education and communication ,
i Anthony Bruce Hunter of degree in criminology from Florida arts, and the behavorial
t I Gainesville and James Russell State University, and a Master's sciences. Attending the 11-week ses-
''''' Degree in" Criminal -Justice from sion 'management-level *'
\1\\!\ Durderi of Tampa both received Citations training
, :::: following an accident Nov. 26 in Nova University.Sheriff were 250 law enforcement officers
::: Starke on US-301. Sapp's law enforcement experience from 48 states, the District of Columbia -
I ::: _. Hunter was cited for violation of the is extensive and includes Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin
::" '.' right of way and Durden was cited for service with the Starke Police Islands, as well as eight foreign coun-
;:: ::: driving while his license was suspended Department; a deputy sheriff in tries, five military organizations,and
=:: according to Patrolman Wayne Bradford County, and as a criminal five civilian organizations.
and
:::: :: Wilkerson. investigator for the State Attorney's Sheriff Sapp and his son, Brandon, on easier
;:: Hunter driving a 1972 Mercury, office in Gainesville. lie was well reside in Punta Gorda, and will be go
:': pulled across US-301 from the Fina known in the Punta Gorda area before spending the Thanksgiving holidayswith
::; Station and into the path of a 1978 his election as sheriff, having served his parents in Starke.s.y .

:':: Oldsmobile driven by Durden.
-:: Damage to the Mercury was $900.
::: Damage to the Oldsmobile was$2,000. -
.. Durden was released after heI .r
":. posted.a$80 cash bond for suspended
while his license was ..
charge. Good thru Dec. 31 1982
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Starke Woman Arrested _\ '0,. ,.. .1: '.
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Charged Trespassing T .'It
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Betsy Jackson 28, of Starke, was \O ._ _. : /:""
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,..u + arrestedatStarkeElementaryschoolt BSA aes ,
after she had been warned to stay off _- i ix ,
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w?. ;1.'; school property.
,7 ,. Jackson charged with trespass .cy
41'alter was .. B, ta'ro 1 1s ,{
.. warning, according to Captain
't; Scotty Rhoden and Investiator Steve \',.
w. Backus. .
Both a written and a verbal warn-
ing had been issued to Jackson by l
tt 'ro: Principal Charles Thomas.
:::= Bond for the charge was set at$500. 1I 1 J 'LP PAINTS:
Jackson Is confined to the Bradford I2l MOBILE r

, .:..i, .=..:.. County Jail. PAINTS

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Starke Man Arrested, .,.
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Disorderly Intoxicated House Paint House ,

I Hubert William Mixon,57.of Starke ? MUXW MSISTMIT 37'
was arrested Nov. 24 and charged FUME PROOF 121 SUPER WHITE
a with disorderly intoxication according -
to Deputies John Dempsey and MOBII- .iI'

:::: Greg Nichols. 'I P4%
f. Mixon was arrested at a residenceS I w =
: on Griffis Loop outside Starke where
::;: he was intoxicated and wanting to
.
:: fight, according to the arrest report. J COVENTRY
ti;: Bond for the charge was set at$SO.' ..
:: Mixon was released from the Brad WAtlT'NT
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a ford County 'Jail on his own Yon Aa ked For MOT
:::: recognizance.
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'CUTsu WHrTt' One coat washable. Odorless. OOI N
Tk Carnation Dries in 20 min. to 1 hr. GREEN 40

Gainesville Man Cleanup with water. .

:a: Arrested in,Starke Pig Popper SOUTHERNIZED 9 9 MOPACOTE

M Hugh Edward Geiger of Gainesville Now HOUSE PAINT $ 9 HOUSE PAINT :;: ,
was arrested Nov. 25 and charged Available
::::= with disorderly intoxication resisting Resists mildew.Maximum gal. !Use on wood, masonry I
r-s::: : an officer and possession of less that hiding power. metal. Mildew and weather resistant.
; 20 grams, according to Investigator Easy to apply. List M9.4S 100% acrylic.Decorator ;..:

:::-.:::: Steve Backus. Try Itt You Might Like Jtll! colors. ? i''
:::;:; At 8:04: a.m. while
another matter Backus observe $ 99llst19.2l .i
E-Z:: marijuana cigarette butts '(at least 11

;;? three black)Monte in the Carlo.ashtray The'of driver a parked of the Come see, our new parking lot list $1399 [ill1 MOBILE PAINTS gal' ,;

vehicle, Geiger was located and was IlL .
told not to get In the car. Fred around ;
Despite the warning finally got .to paving it I

the car and swallowed the marijuana, .
according to Backus. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ,
Bond for the DI charge was set at CreelRanch 1
: $SO, for the charge resisting arrest Alligator .
T* bond was set at $75. Bond for'the, Lake Butler US 301_S. Starke Keystone Heights ,
charge set at $150. Hwy 301 S. Starke 964-6973
-.c possession was 1
Bradford' S.W. 6th Avenue 964.6078 Jet SR ,21 &100 i
I Geiger was released from .
'par AU Your Lawn A Garden Netds .
County Jail on his own recognizance. '
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Nellie's World of

Accidental Shooting Claims YouthTillman t Hair Fashions r
213 E. Call St. Downtown Starke

Truman Carlile. IS, of was trying to uncock a .22 rifle when Carlile remained in critical condition It t
Route 1 Box 199, Lawtey died Mon the gun went off striking Carlile in until his death at 11:47 a.m. Nov. 29. AnnouncingNew
day morning as a result of an accidental the left side of his head above the tem Hair Colors "Shades & Shades"by
shooting Nov. 26. The accident occurred less than 100 Roux
ple.The boys went for help, found a yards from Richard Mosley Road in
According to Clay County Sheriff's neighbor who started with Carlile to Highland just off US-301. Carlile attended Special Hair Color Shampoo & Set
Department Investigator Tom the hospital. The Rescue unit meet Bradford Middle School in '22.50 DM 613 by Appt.
Waugh Carlile and two companionshad them taking Carlile to Bradford County Starke. He is the son of Mrs. Flora -
been> hunting and stopped on the Hospital where he was taken by Burnett of Lawtey. Buy A Gift CertificateNow Elaine Mabrey Introduces the OperatorsLatolia
way home to shoot at some tin cans at Stat-Flight to the surgical intensivecare There'will be no charges! filed in the Herring
approximately 9 p.m.. One of the boys unit at Alachua County Hospital. accident said Waugh. on Sale "SPRING CURL"
Elaine
'45.00 Mabrey

Hunters Find it; Easier to Hunt in Alabama Call 964-4556 Other curls offered during Dec. Specialare Nellie Foreman Owner Mcknight)
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& B&B Curis"
Local hunters know the wildlife is Brantly said Florida hunters purchasing possess a valid drivers license or the "Carefree
abundant in the deep woods of licenses in Alabama must some other proof of residency. Walk-Ins Welcome
Alabama and now the rules have been - - - -
made easier for area hunters to try I
their luck at a little out-of-state Items Available In TG&Y Family Centers Only Dec. 2-5
shooting. .
Florida residents seeking to hunt .
,
'
game in Alabama will be able tc "
qualify for lower annual season
license fees, participate in the complete Values !
general season and have larger Holiday
bag limits as a result of a reciprocal
agreement reached between the .
southern states.

Director Col. Robert of the M.Florida Brantley Fresh, executive Water from Milton and Parker Brothers!

Game reciprocal and agreement Fish Commission which,has said been the Bradley

reached with Alabama is effective twrIi aT ___
Wednesday, October 30. It reducesthe
annual all-game, non-resident
license to $99 plus a $1 issuance fee. = i--H
Florida residents would have had to 1i&C -i---T 1
pay$175 for such a license.The cost of
the license last year was $50. GAME '
"We are pleased to announce the
reduced license costs," said Brantly. WHERE Yours
Also under the agreement, Florida
residents will be charged $50 for a s ./> THE DOCTOR
seven consecutive day license to hunt
S
game in the state at largeplus( a$1 is- Age.s614he. (1r.ysr.rroe
suance fee). ......., P
The reciprocal agreement, as sign- w."r.r.m.. rroo
ed by Brantly was signed October 8 ""-.JI.Foil"..M
in Montgomery, Ala. by McMillan, elf_....
commissioner of Alabama's Depart Mh'iMy
neon 1s00
ment of Conservation and Natural .. ; : .. .
Resources and Charles Kelly, Chief of Players 1
.. Alabama's Division of Fish and -- .
Wildlife. 'f
"We are very appreciative of the ;
,, legislative delegations of both
Alabama and Florida who were Instrumental -
in getting the reciprocal t 1[ Y .,
agreements finalized" Brantly said. 0
Florida sportsmen will be also be MILTON wra ""
able to hunt Alabama's full general n
hunting season from November.19 BRADLEY i-A ,,, A4RKER_.:::==::-----.2 .I,
through 17 result of the -
January as a -
-
agreements. Bag limits will also be -., ....,__ --:-...-.. ... ---
the same as for Alabama residents. OPERATION! .J.JGtMESSORRY!
Initially the law this year for non-
residents restricted out-of-state M B Milton Bradley Operation Game A game Parker Brothers Sorry Board Game Since :p
hunters to a December 31 cutoff date.' of skill where you're the doctor I Remove its arrival from England in 1930. Sorry has ,:

"That is of another the agreement important"he said.consideration I eRA MILTON OLEV 6 66 "ailments" with d pair of tweezers and a 6 66 endured as one of America's most exciting ;.
"Florida deer hunters were especially steady hand but don't set off the buzzer board games! It's the original slide pursuit .zw
concerned that they should have to and lose the patients Ages 6-14, Reg. 7.96 game. Reg 7.47 .
adhere to the December 31 non- ;/
resident season deadline. But they
..
will have more than two weeks of hun- :
ting past that time this year" JUMBO
The season license to hunt small M ,
gameas defined under Alabamalaw OId Maid h
,
) for the state at large is now $15. .1
The license to hunt small game for GAME T
seven for seven consectutive days is ;
$14. (1'"'' ry
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From Page 4B)

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SECOND PLACE: David Bridges, '.
son of Mrs. Barbara Bridges of
Starke. He collected $91.00 and .'1
received a transister radio.
THIRD PLACE: Daren Evans son .
of Mrs. Marion H. Evans of Starke.He .

gift collected certificate.$54.40 and received a $10 4.57 save 3.97 1 67 save 1 96 save :: \

:: PLACE: Virginia Shan.'non 30% 33% 34% it E\

1 Shannon. daughter of Starke.of Mr. and She Mrs.collected Bobby Rough Riders Cars & Trucks Motorized Plush Monkey With Banana A cute little Milton Bradley Jumbo Old Maid It's an Puff Football The Puff is made of safe soft

$37.80 and received an Auto tune-up miniature replicas with super grip tires. As- blue eyed monkey with plastic face ears, old favorite card game with 39 easy-to-read foam. It's great for sandlot or backyard E
kit sorted styles and colors. Reg. 6.49 hands, shoes and banana. 15" tall. jumbo cards. 2-6 players. Reg.; 2.49 games I Reg. 2.96 i 1

FIFTH PLACE: Missy Davis, ..
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. .. i
Davis of Starke collected $25.80 and ir.i
received Jewelry as her award. AMMNW ca r.
SIXTH PLACE: Mike Tierney and SOUteSet ( OS G1'
Lisa Tierney son and daughter of Mr.
'and Mrs. Mike Tierney of Starke tied
and won $25.00 each a $5 gift cer-
tificate for each and a trophy.A e
special trophy was awarded to ) :.I ,
Carla Stephens for collecting the most r I r y
money and to Lisa Tierney for Jogg 1 I '. J
ing 14 miles and riding four miles. O O
Trophies were donated by the Starke r t
n
Jaycees.
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Each participant is to be commended
for their contribution to this worthwhile 1
cause. Their achievementmay \ :
not seem noteworthy to some, )
but it is gratifying to know that our s
youngsters are aware of the needs of save :
others and they become involved. 2.47Mini .97Luxury 1.28 .j
41%
Last but not least let us not fail to

mention our local sponsors and Light Set Multi-colored Noel set has Bow Bag Choice of Golden Touch. Milton Bradley Redskin Finger Paint A H?
their
recognize Bradford County support.Telegraph Brad- 50 bulbs and 3 flashers. For states requiring Elegant, Luxurious or ,Old Fashion 4 ft* creative activity including a 4 jar set'of non- ,=
ford County Board of Education; ULapproved, they are available ata slightly bows. 12 ct, Reg. 1.17 toxic finger paints. Reg. 2.17 !Hi i
Directors; Faculty-Bradford County higher price. Reg. 2.87

School system; WPXE Radio Station; Pt .H.
,Starke Motor Parts; Harry Green t
,Auto Parts; Eckerd Drugs; Noegel's) nU
Auto Sales; Western Auto; Stump's
Dept. Store; McDonald's; Starke
Police Department; Bradford County ::
Sheriff's Dept. and to the parents of / iiil
the children who participated as well 0 y
as to the citizens who pledged their 1 1CpeulvPS
money to our riders a heartfelt thank ;:
you from the Starke Jaycees' and the i!i iii
'Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
..,MOftd M.Hunt ;
Pr..IcItSt.rte. DI3rMU jelly, lswr"'i' "

.Jeyce** A raLa I:

Jaycees Give Away
o Mr \\l
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12-Gauge Shotgun -
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'j. :WInner. of the 12 gauge shotgun raffled 14.88 3.47 1.16Scotch 2.97Schrafft's Ii
off on November 12 by the Starke i
,Jaycees was Callie Miller of Starke. 6 Ft.Scotch Pine Christmas Tree
Upswept 8 Roll Gift Wrap Pack 6 rolls of gift wrap Brand
1 Magic Transparent Tape A Home
A hearty thank-you for buying the scotch pine tree with 4* Style Chocolates Deli-
green diameter
coated and 2 rolls of, foil. Total 80 1600
paper special inch value for all
winning ticket. branches, 74 your wrap- clous candy for all the relatives
and or as
a 1
tips stand.
heavy duty glftl :
feet. 3.97
square Reg. ; ping needsl rolls, each .x800" m lbs

Putt Putt.. .,. Monday-Saturday 9 am .. 10 nm i I

,\. From Page IB 1 Sunday 12 noon 6 pm

r'r that holds their Interest I
f '"Matching skills on the course Is Saittilycenters
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something you can always improveat.
." he said "But the real fun for me TO&V'potIC1l!1'10 always' haw ed".r1IMd 301 South Starke ,
comes now when I watch some of the th.m.rch.nd/s./ "may b.purch..dattf.ui.pdegwh.nitb.com..av.Il.bl..eryoumaypunha m.rcMrkl..In.dpwt.. supply' our tloret In the event. the advertised merchandise I not available due to untorseen reaiont TQ&Y will provide I Rain' Check,upon reaueat In order th.t
parents take their kids through the TO&Y'policy to...priced ,In similar quality"m.rcMndigatadmiurprlcsnduction.Ill.I 'the policy ol TQ4Y to see'that you are happy with your eur'ch**..alt I' j
competltlvety tile ,
.... market. R.gule S" Price may vary market by market, but the ash*price wlllllw.y.' b*" advart'.daWe' will 11' htppy to refund, ,.
If
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the of
J'j. first next
:., .. ( series of 17 public meetings have established for this time of year by year
is in
The conducted
,"" -I' ,' ".. been planned for the state during the the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.In junction study with bring the US. Fish con-and
,. .I month of January as a result of a
other business fisheries Wildlife Service the Department of
meeting of the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission Nov. 19 in biologists told the Commission that Environmental 1 Regulation and the
Panama City. heavy metal contamination tests are North Florida Water Management
The public meetings held annually continuing on fish samples from the District,
.
give sportsmen an opportunity to ex- Chipola/Apalachicola River sys'(""". The next meeting of the Commission
is for January 7 In Tam-
press their recommendations and opi- to determine pollution levels. Data planned
nions on the regulation of wildlife and are not expected to be available until, pa.This .
,
fresh water fish resources in the

state.
The complete schedule including
meeting sites and times will be
released by the Commission in the

near future.In other. business the Commissioners g jg gs gs jy

heard a status report on the indicated
Some used to lay that goldenrod buried treasure.
p first two days of the general hunting
season which began Nov. 13.
Biologists and personnel from the
division of law enforcement said Week's Specials12'x60'
there was a 16 percent increase of
;t -. man days on the opening weekend of
the season on state wildlife manage-
ment areas as compared to the open- 12'x60' Bath
ing weekend last year. The Commis- 3 BR 13/4
sion documented 47,013 man days of 2 BR -1 Bath Cathedral Ceiling
use during the first two days of last
season compared to 55,913 man daysof
9 rt the first two season days this year. 8500 14,900
Also during the first two days of the
.'1 III a season this year, 1,397 deer were '
d ,
harvested on the management areas 24'x44
__ opened for the general season as -
nnnnU' compared to 1,323 deer harvested last 2 BR 2 Bath cLap
Big Rack Taken Here... year during the first two days. The I
harvest of wild hogs was down for the a h
I Fred Wheeler stands next to a giant eight point trophy- area. On the left is Bo Wheeler who took a seven point same time period, with 435 harvestedthis Siding > ,
sized buck hi* son Randy took Saturday. Nov. 27 north of buck on the second: day of hunting season out or Blanding.last year compared to 450 last Shingle Roof ,
La wtey.Inquiries tell us it could be a record: letter for this year he missed one on the second day. Division of wildlife personnel year.also

reported that the deer die-off in Con- nnst & Set Un ,
- -
servation Area 3A of the Everglades I

II December Important Month for Bird Hunters Wildlife parently reported Management the subsided.water level Also Area,in biologists the has area ap Specials. At

Waterfowls and upland bird hunters sexes taken. The daily bag limit is regulations. Sportsmen are asked to has dropped and barring any further -- Keystone Lot Only
should pay close attention to the reached when the point value of the consult individual management area rains, should soon be at the 10.5 feet
month of December as many season last duck taken, when added to the regulations for details. mean sea level regulation schedule OPEN 9 am til Dark
dates open and close. sum of the point value of the other E
The woodcock an elusive woodland ducks already taken that day equalsor N1I 7 DAYS A WEEK

bird may be hunted beginning exceeds 100 points. (I, For your shopping convenience
December 4. The season will end Point values are: canvasbacks and Abramson M.D. MoDt E
February 6. Shooting hours are one- fulvous tree ducks 100 points; Mark L. SALES ,
half hour before sunrise to sunset. redhead, hen mallard black duck, UROLOGY / ,
Daily bag limit is five. Florida duck wood duck and hooded Oonnis Mixon Manager
For waterfowlers, the first phase of merganser, 70; drake mallard ring-
the duck and coot season in the state necked duck ruddy duck buffle-head (Male fc Female Kidney Bladder & Prostate Problems)
will end December 5. However, sport- and goldeneye, 25i; pintail, scaup "Drive A Little,
smen may look forward to December blue-winged and white-winged teal Will Now Be Seeing Patients At Save A Lot"
11, when the second phase opens and gadwall shoveler widgeon
continues through January 17. American and redbreastedmergansers Bradford Hospital every other Wednesday 8:30: 11 am SR 100 i IvTmiles East of Keystone
Duck and coot hunters in Leon and all sea ducks 10. referral call 964-6000
Please physican for or
County and Lake Miccosukee in Leon Another species of ducks 25 points. see your 473-2879-475-1078. r
and Jefferson counties are required to Coots have no assigned value but
adhere to special harvest times for have a daily bag limit of 15 and a
those areas. In those areas waterfowl possession limit of 30. There is no hun-
hunting is permitted on Wednesdays ting of brant or geese.
Saturdays and Sundays and on For dove hunters December 11
December 23, 24, 30 and 31. marks the start of the third phase. r
Waterfowl hunters are remindedthat Hunting hours are one-half hour
hunting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. The daily
before sunrise to sunset. Non-toxic bag limit for these popular field birdsis
steel shot must be used in all gauge 12 mourning doves including no
shotguns when hunting ducks and more than four white-winged doves. TI
t. coots in steel shot zones. Those areas The third phase of the season will
.' are Brevard County east of In- end January 3, marking the end of the
terstate 95; Broward, Osceola and mourning and white-winged .dove
Dade counties; Leon County (ex- season in the state. t
clusive of Lake Talquin and the Also continuing through Decemberis
Oehlockonee'River): and Lake Mic- the white-tailed deer season
cosukee in Leon and Jefferson coun- turkey season (gobblers or bearded Ad Good Dec. 2, thru Dec. 27th, 1982
ties.Steel turkey only in Alachua County);
shot zones also include Orange black bear season in Columbia and
Lake and Lochloosa Lake in Alachua Baker counties; bobwhite quail gray
County, all waters of Lake squirrel, fox squirrel seasons (exceptin Your Choice 6800 BTU KEROSENEHEATER
Okeechobee and all national wildlife Lee, Hendry Palm Beach Monroe
refuges that allow waterfowl hunting. Collier Broward'and Dade couties)
The Game and Fresh Water Fish and wild, hog season (where declared,
Brown White
Commission reminds waterfowl legal game). or
hunters that the daily bag limit of Hunters are reminded that regulations -' & V
ducks is one to ten,singly or in the aggregate pertaining to state managementareas
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4 All 1983: Rangers (Ex. 4x4's) DEALER 24F403 VM 1FTBH10C7DUB3I123Suggested! fteM Pries Amount All F101 982 Styleslde Pro/ Trucks 3378MW133/ Rol H Price 5913.53 Amount ,.

105 Ranger Styto lido Pickup 8607.73 Dark Brawn Metrtte
J 743MM108WheelDaieCandyappl Seat Trim-Knitted Vinyl 43.13 +
21.51
} Rod Gauges'Ammeter I ON"Press.
( 221.31 ,
4PI6575Hx14SfLBSWPofyTOTAL NC Transmission 4-Spoed Overdrive) S
EXCLUDING MO 107.14
I 07.73
Steering*Power 514.5' L

\ .14 DAD: SCHEDULE! A(MEMO) A 98 SCHEDULE B i 395 00 Cigar AlrComNflenerRadio'AMFM Lighter/ Stereo ,. ;'., ,; '\let. 111.51 13.51

TOTAL FOR VEHICLE 1 Exterior Sound Paekaje s':. ,,f., :,. (4':?.':.:,.'s."t, 33.60 IU4 I(
+ ic'T'.s. cAL GAS 13:90: Glass Tinted.AI Around r ''.\.\:\,. """" NC'
PlLE LEVEL SOB Ii 5P1 5/75R1SSL +
PrJIICE 711171
TOTAL EXCLUDING OlD ;

J }J DSD SCHEDULE" *(MEMO)' 11.45 SCHEDULEB f f--- 500f/ QD .
Tl THIS INVOICE MAN NOT REFLECT THE FtNAL COST OP THK VEHICLE IN VIEW OF TV! Ilm Or PI/rIN aeeATEA ALLOYrANelO, 01eDOEHA APO
QI INCENTIVf AWARD I FROM POND DIVISION TO THE DEALER TOTAL FOR VEHICLEi6
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I YOTALVEHICLIL INIIOIC NoiDeAex 9.l 1NANC1N() INYO'ceTEa6 U.S GAL 8134
T OTHER OPTIONS CHARO''A FDA TOT PORDLLEA ACCOI/llT DEAIEN COST ACCOUNT'OR a HOlDBACK'PfIII" fiN COST PRICE> ?! ?Lk GAl L Lfll 500.00 Rebate' It


6t6.63: 75C0- 6 091.63 5,965.39 THIS INVOICE MAT M3I KiriCCT TNI PINAt COST OP THi VENICL,IN VIEW OP T EEEIL/lY Of ruTuxt mOATts MLOWONCI* DISCOUNTS AND +
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Esc ort 14.Door Hatchback 580 E151 Regular' Cargo Van 6654.87
5(46.00 5356.77 ..... .
I Light' Academy Blue/(38VTh 3S09MM13SWneelbasoRaven / "'
} i Following items.rlS"ndlnt.1 No Extra Charge Block .. .' _. \y_":
..hi.side Hood Release Halogen HtadlampsMaintenance Engine S.OL/302/Cyt rsfci.;:!! 131.14'
.-R.cll.1III Pinion Steering "Free Battery BIa10-Swing-Dut RH Cargo Door, -,;4A', ,c' *.' ', J.,.., ';': ".14
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J Front Wheel Drivetl.lL Front Use Brakes I ., GIa..Swtllfl.OuIRIIDaIIr 83.18 ..
ct, CVH Engine Folding Roar Seal4Speod Gauges' Ammeter' and ON i" .'" I 31." II :':
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.titeel Belted Radial Tires Overdrive Trans r. i" Transmission Automatic Overdrive ,.V;:,< 'It., ; ',.. : 556.24 .
-'(Wheel Indep Suspension 4P23575R1SXLRWLMirers "
Removable Package Tray 55.21' ;
.I inertia Seat Back Release .Color Keyed Carpeting' Bright West Low-Mount "I"" i;rl l S 75.60 .
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Deluxe Seat Belts Consololte Air Conditioner Dash Mounted ,c.: y4I;i l :. 706.67 .-Ai. ,
.I\ Bright Drip MoldingP15VSOR13BSW Full Width Cloth Seats Radio Credit Option \ J>'I, 51.22 ""y '
\ Tires 191 Wheels Cast Aluminum .1!. S
NC !r ; 450.22
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Mats. .Low-Back Reck,Bucket, ".00 81.86 Speed Control.! Fingertip Ii I: ; 157.35 ..a.,......."
tf I"Ir Conditioner.SetectalreIfladleAM. 624.00 524.46- Steering.Power ;'iL j'k'1( ,,' 223.11
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Ex Sound Package 10.65 .IN.;

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