Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04292
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04292
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! Lake Dwellers' Assoc.i PressurestCounty for Mining Ordinance

.. good idea to allow the fox to guard the hen house.
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The "idea of the fox guarding the henhouse" ap "11< '
,I ; arently!; does 't set !ltQ4 (by! I..W'lthIiJiarOld; Hill, ,xSve'){i' !. !\ ,lp'0: : !;-r n"' ..vst"t.. ; .' 'il.! +I' )trifi'jIQP J\'j-\ d. Chairman wants Maxie lotto Carter:what is assured best for Hill the the'c Unty'county.'withl1\commission '
spokddniin and president of the Fte Lake Dwellers .;: got a'HtbIIICItf tom the.tate when rtmentofNatural Resources Director Elton Gissendanner,
, 'QrdSos in his the unmined burnable is' the law, buttsaid, helwants to come up with somethingthat
., Assorfattqn'fohich opposes the W'peat. mining, of 'told the House Natural Resources! Commit that opinion, highly peat
> the. sSoiticre'' Santa Fe Swamp, like having money in the bank and probably should not be exploited right away-or at least until after. the will stand up:tin court.
\ Am i t'-' around. legally taxable mineral it> ',':.
state defining as a
, 4. : ( Butt; HltiUac'companied by a large group of Santa Fe ., I:""It'slik8 gets )having oil on the ground peat ;' Gisendanner! said "And I don't think we should be mining it while The Lake Dwell rls want an ordinance to protect "our"
,"; ;Like'area; 4 residents, agreed to a 7 p.mj Jan. 17 "study '.there''Is a""worldwide oil glut." \V.. & -. \ people and natural resources" said Hill
, .i tjsessicnll\ |ref< a proposed Bradford County' mining or- }!Worst news yet,reported Gainesville Sun state Capitol? reporter Ron Cunningham, for GeorgiaPacificcame The goal should be to restore the swamp to natural use
Idlhadcelnow i undergoing analysis by, attorneys for froM Natural Resources Chairman Jon Mills, D-Cainesvllle,who represents the Santa Fe Valley' as the lungs of Santa Fe Lake, said attorney'Hamann.'
!Georgia-Pacific, the Umber company proposing to mine GP has not submitted its state required Developmentof
i an'area 'which!could be adversely affected by!arge scale peat mining. t j ;
,: ''the>peat for fuel. The group made it clear Monday, Dec. '.,,%'fl think there are a lot more reasons for not mining,the peat than an oil glut," Mills said after the Regional Impact (DRI) or an Environmental Impact
61 to the County Commission it doesn't care to prolong (meeting Of the Natural Resources Committee:. "Frotn-what I've learned about the issue, the mining of, Statement (ESI), pointed out Zoning Direr:tor'Gaines' ,

..the'adoption of a mining ordinance, even though county .peat In the Santa Fe Swamp would appear,to h ave a definite: negative effect on the Santa_ Fe River,and J'' It is subject to the discretion of the tJ.S. Corps of
elicited admission from '
attorney attorney iDudley,for the Lake Hardy Dwellers, Richard an Hamann, that an '&opposed l .to,it" ?>;-L----- mu___ ______ __ Engineers whether GP must file an EIS: The Southern \
of the of Engineers in
Division t
he thinks it will be at least two years before peat mining Atlantic Corps
will decide if EIS is said
could be started, taking into consideration the environmental ad to second study session after the timber com- Charleston, S.C. an necessary
Hardy sent the proposed ordinance to G-P to get its agree a attorney Hamann. The ordinance should be adopted so
studies and permitting process Georgia- vice and expertise. pany representatives examine the proposed ordinance. decisions can be made on the local level and not dependof
Pacific must go through. continued to be that he lacks
Hardy's stand Monday What is the purpose of Georgia-Pacific participating the Corps of Engineers added Hamann.
Hardy told Hill that as soon as the proposed ordinanceis expertise necessary to draft a 'comprehensive mining in the ordinance process. Hill questioned. Pretty much Attorney Hamann said it is his opinion that G-P won'tor
returned to him by Georgia-Pacific that he will submit ordinance,and welcomes the assistance of attorneys for ,i the same as allowing anybody else to work on the or- can't start mining peat for at least two years.
copies of it to the Lake Dwellers Association. Hamann the mining Interests as well as the residents who fear dinance, Hardy said, reiterating he lacks expertise. Finally, attorney Tim Keyser suggested a date be
said he could get a copy from Q-P attorney Wade Hopp- what the mining would do to their lake and who call the established, for another study session. Hill agreed "to
I, ing of Tallahassee. swamp "the lungs" of Santa Fe Lake. If all parties are not allowed to participate and no keep this thing from dragging on."
Hamann was the primary drafter of the mining ordinance Hardy said he doesn't know whether G-P attorneys public hearing is held the ordinance would be unconstitutional It was agreed the third Monday in January the 17th,
first proposed by attorneys for the Santa Fe will revise Hamann's draft or write a new proposed or- Hardy pointed out. would be a good date.
Lake Dwellers Association. County attorney DudleyInside. dinance. Hardy pushed for and got the Lake Dwellers to Hill agreed, but then added it doesn't seem. such a



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,: ."'. -i Two S.clons As 30 percent chance of showers,which were supposed to start Wednesday ,
I SECTION At but never materialized are predicted today (Thursday, Dec. 9).

I Now. . .". . .. .Pago. 1-J Maximum temperature 0(71( and humidity of 60 percent with NE windsat trgrap1The
' Editorial . . ... . .Pago 4 12 mph are expected. The rain should be from a trace to 1/4-Inch, not

; Social. . .. ..,.. .Pago. S-7 expected to last over an hour.A .
: Sport. ... ... .... ...Pago. 10-U weak cold front moving into the area Friday accompanied by cooler
'. legal' .. . .. ..'.g. 2.S weather and NW winds 10-18 mph behind the front is the outlook Friday-
Sunday. Otherwise little change is expected, and the same overcast con-

T SECTION I: ditions with high humidity are expected to continue.No .

i Obltuarlo.'. . ... .. .'01. frt rainfall to amount to anything has been recorded in the past month. Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
. Now I..of... . ... .. .Pago 10 Residents are cautioned to be extremely careful with outside burning
Classlll.d..Iagou' 12,13 under the dry conditions. f. 104th Year STARKE FLORIDA 23 tents Copy

'f 19th Issue Thursday, December(Mr.! 19X2 l'SPS062.I 1

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Is r'i;>x.t'" I 1 h 4el A, r 1h Sought by EPAPay
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,. I ': 'nl'>Ka l back the $1,029,423 purchase paid owner Fred Mueller S1.IIf..lI!! :!:
price of the unused old airport property for the 365-acres. On Aug.! 8. 19W! ( KPA:
Parade Begins 4 p.m.; CarolingSet on US-301 south the U.S. Environmental funded the city the additional $II.;: >.2.-!;):!
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Protection Agency necessary to purchase the airport
; (EPA) is demanding of the City of property

\ Afterwards In Downtown Lot Starke. Some $3.000 remains unspent from
._. EPA wants its money back by Jan. that grant. Ruckman said from
.. "l\Y'''''. ,., 31: which his time with EPA on this matter
Santa will arrive in Starke around 4 p.m. Saturday Dec. 11, '" 'Ii- ,':I' The City received' word of the land will be paid.
to join In the town's annual Christmas parade from the Brad- ;, '. "\ .. 1"1f1. grant annulment ruling
ford Square Shopping Center to downtown where a tree wUJ be. tt': .. \"" ""' \ purchase "Go lo'AUanaSit'down: and reason
.. Nov. 18 from Charles Jeter
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"lighted and carols sang. ",J' with them. Basically, that's whitreyou're
'. 1 regional administrator of EPA in
w Ruckman told the council'
Twenty parade entrants have registered with the Chamberof 7:; ';, \ .. Atlanta. Jeter wrote that the disputes at.
: Monday night.Ruckman .
Commerce. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter >,. .. \ decision is final him the
They are I .................. by as grant said he doesn't sot how
Day Saints, Girl Scouts Bradford High Band, Methodist .2 !t,1<.i \ -i7 ,. approving official.Go .
"t'1.' ;, "l3" t the be forced to hack' theI
x ,,,t L city can pay
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Church, three individual 3-wheelers who are trying to qualifyfor I .. ,./ ( w '"- r. to Atlanta and talk to EPA about
$ because it
the BHS Color Sunshine ';' \\.J '. J the advice of million-plus was an
the Shriners; ROTC Guard the matter, is engineerDon
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Florists Timberwolves, Woman's Club of Hampton, Wendy's, ':j.', .. *1>" ;;'" ;, !: Ruckman of the firm of Bessent outright. grant and the money is .spentg -

Junior Woman's Clubs with Strawberry Queen Cathy Norman ".".,.,* \, '\\'l" 1'i\ Hammock, and Ruckman of Jackson
Air Park Church Roping Club of Starke ville the current
aboard Baptist city's engineeringfirm. The council instructed city attorney
Rhonda Bryant riding a unicycle New River Baptist Church, ." .: : 1 Ruckman is the engineer in Terry Brown to file an appeal of the
The Twirlers from Hampton Elementary some 40-50 strong, charge of the sewer treatment project annulment within the 30 da\s
the Art Club of BUS, the Key Club of BHS, St.Edwards ,- \ under which the 365-acre airport was grant allowed. Then "just to put it to bed, a i
Catholic Church, and Camp Blanding. condemned and purchased in 1978. follow-up visit to Atlanta:' Kuckman
Anyone interested in joing the parade is asked to phone the Meantime, EPA has ruled that said.
Chamber of Commerce, phone 9645278. more water from Starke's treatment
Brown said Dec. 7 he has filed Unnecessary
r The parade will go north up US-301 toward downtown Starke 1 plant can be released into Alligator appeal with EPA.
from Bradford Square. It will veer off US-301 at Walnut Creek. Therefore, EPA has told the
Street, turn right on Madison Street to Thompson Street, left city, the airport is unneeded. The Brown advised and the council
on Call Street, and wind up In the open lot between the old treatment plant can be brought up to agreed for the attorney to place theme
county's historical courthouse and the Telegraph. federal standards through internal state Department of Environmental

A Christmas tree will be lighted and carols will be sung. changes. Regulation on notice that the city
Bill McRae, music director at the First United Methodist Over the past 10 years the city has holds it responsible in the case since
Church and assistant principal at Bradford Middle School, will received several millions in EPA DER made the tests which require
act as master of ceremonies for the carol singing. A trio of funds to improve the sewerage treat the city to improve its treatment
Sylvia Reddish, Lavon Drivas, and Willie Mae Randolph will ment system. Back in 1977. Ruckman system.In .
perform, and there will be solos by Carol Milner, Marian recalled the State of Florida had
Douglas and McRae. some $30 to $40 million in uncommitted
EPA funds and wasn't getting other Nov. 29 action the council

The award-winning Bradford High Marching Band will enough grant applications.At .
, march in the parade and play after the parade. The band took that time the airport property'was Was told by clerk Tucker that the
!i second place in a contest In Atlanta recently. valued at $520,000.On final contract has been received from!
A Christmas tree will be lighted by Chamber manager Bill July 8, 1979. Ruckman' said. Florida Power & Light for the parallel
Wilson. Those gathered will be invited to join in the singing EPA wrote the city that t it had not pur electrical interconnection project
Christmas carols. chased a land site to spray the effluent and an OK has been received from: i
from the treatment plant as required Washington, D.C. attorney Robert A.
Hot chocolate will be served by the Chamber of Commerceand in EPA's plans then. If the city Jablon of the firm of Spiegel and:
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Christmas Spirit... did not act within 15 days EPA McDiarmid for the city to sign. '

Adding to the Christmas spirit this December 1982 is the Sid Griffis checks: the Christmas lights 6n a Santa Clause face on 301 as Cigar Andrews threatened to kill the grant application The council instructed the clerk to:
"hew Christmas decorations city employees have been puttingup from the Ruckman said. foward the contract unsigned for
and the Nativity scene the Chamber bought last' year and watche4 Its first time In years the city has new decoration. Commissioner Charles Schaefer pushed The city went ahead and condemned Jablon to examine before the city \
erected by students from the vo-tech center.
the project. the airport property, and a jury signs. 'I

" I'{....:.) .,' Hospital Bonding Authority Appointed Amid Controversy Iii I IIt

was a hassle, and there was a Chairman Carter opposed creatinga maining divided hope we don't do anything that "We hope...," interjected Carter. ;F..
lack of communication between coun- new board. Administrator O'Steen should serve on the result in delay, delay, delay, "We have every reason to believe .
ty commissioners, 'but finally Mon- first said he had no preference but "If the board is very prevalent In every ac- what is being considered today will I'
J day, Dec. 6, a Health Facilities reconsidered and asked for a I'm going to serve. taken by government today... red result in that," continued Andrews.
,. Authority was appointed.It separate body; the HFA. the law," said red tape, red tape.;"'said Guy "It is h.igh time we think in terms of
wasn't what hospital personnel problem, attorney rising from his seat among evaluating it as things exist in 19H2.
wanted, because two county officials. The disagreement continued Mon- the bond issue might hospital personnel. "I hope we won't delay one year,
.\ Commission Chairman Maxie Carter, 'day, Dec., with commissioners re- case gets tied up in County, for the first two years, just because somebody is
Jr. and County Clerk Gib Brown, are the hospital problem. O'Steen forsees "I just happen to is at the point of having ade afraid to delegate authority" An ;

\ THUH3PAV. serving. County attorney Dudley Hardy more hospital construction followingthis ought to handle it," medical care." drews said. 1
tried to discourage commissioners proposed expansion. .l
A Dogwood' Troo Jolo from serving as" members of theM The commission ,
Insurance executive George Health Facilities ,In, '' ;; ) \\1'-':;"
: S/I.OO-torko W_* Club Authority., He Could cite.no previous Your'"BSeclion.
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t. ;: ',. otwoaa 10 ...... A I p.....' .. case" of law Where county officials >:Roberts, a former-county commis- ing to follow ". 4 ,(, V:i If I -II
'. were prohibited from serving In sucha sioner who headed the former HousIng mise, asked ::1. I'
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Finance Authority under' which Al) Carlisle.The .i .CT Reporter li '
MIOAY; Do*. 10 -.ia t T,>g capacity, but the attorney said the man Kay m ..
| home loans were offered when board voted .Volunteers,, .Stork."m ,'" .
prohibition is a common law rule and money names'5"I Ex.BCT ,report.aiP.pg;
,. .' .' ftMSiPTODoMco -'::1. is .public, 'policy,, ,Constitui was not available on the open market, the hospital :th. I iphon.1in.s.ir'th.Ir: I : O'N.ol hoion. :
-of .tiMOSrod... K- 7-10 P.M..j.1;: : "" aiainat. .on. the.board a is expected to head up the HFA board. table"with a health lightpgoinit; ,lon.lin.ii A,: : : ..X.t d '.: ,

';*,. t .,,"\.'I." ". Ad.101I...'. ,. .,mo.':)'j when the ooikls'aret Other 'appointees are Starke ty, rather than ; t. ; ?t4bocomo"iutissfulfroelonciunlqu. \ _, :
I. er. validated,.*...the: court;'.sk -if;:the J businessman and Lawtey Mayor Mar mission, that's the new group that serves 71.: 'wru.r*. x .'
: TUESDAY Doe. 14rookar ;v'" HFA is prpr r oft yre It edj Hardy: *ajd0 vin Rosier and Telegraph Editor Bob said Commissioner cool ohd growIng ne": ". *' 'I ,. ff' :4. ,'"+
Ferguson .. ''I .i7nUb4c ,nY". ,
Wfifofc' Council Bradford Commissioner u .,....ff'i!$ ire:! '
Hospital Administrator Brown has a one year appointment, then moved that M'ot't' 1' ,, ...\'"''.'.'''r \\1' ,
:' 7iOO P.M. C.E. (Rip) O'Steen wanted a Carter 3 Rosier Roberts and commission should :In S + iMISLoss '.._,,*.14'1 ,,
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'..., ... Facilities Authority Uw &mernbir Ferguson 4., Hart seconded and :: 'P.ort. = :. : :...J. ,tu <):Mi
'Hampton Council 1 'oM.I board responsible for the ; : '. 1fI1'J1"I. I t _. .! t ., ..
...l.:. .. proposed $7 It was a surprise Nov 22 when the defeated :2-3 with ; iO" \ ..,..,'. ,./,'"
; "'\ -- Mooting ..I 1g{ I&za I: = county commission voted 4-1, Carter and Commissioners lrfsiR; &adli' ...et n. ..' ; -
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; tf 1jeeiartiU., Development; Authority, or1 could "OK," Carters' i ,: fond; 'u S-'AA; ;
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I ) M. s asnMw d' 1,I 1' ,s tatlllmmr'itl r arafirNtME4a1515rRi sf0ILMl9r n11en.e ; C.. ntyr: (Denies Damper Gun Request; ;:: I

.Rill.ster 4aWE190tatOllsRwawm I don't believe we need guifcnthe get into more trouble than ) ;tthi4Jt'1tra f : guidelines, to .fasue
,I c, NO *f al except In the!! hands .>f taw of without a gun. pipits\ saidr eoi nty'attorney
i Ii 'I M as aYA : ," said Commissioner Homer It was pointed out ) )' Hardy Otherwise, there
'1.' IM Et 090IIe I whose motion to refuse to issue that it is lawful to have a he no local control gun permits
tl Ta t0a0MM flirt 'E1 09palfA N f ( a gun permit passed 41. car or in a home. )uld be issued understate-statutes.
0afi* (lklti 'LBRw&t 96itf0hfat2 was Commissioner The board's stand over
tyd, 0BNrlqs'i'31 Mosley who said he agrees has been to refuse to issue a I D mpier;cattle: prepared: 'tQ MOl)'
passerby"I" i Hart but pointed out the county ed weapon to anybody,who adopted'K.: -it;. fJUl\ty\ IIt\nilsslo/t\ meeting
an ordinance setting forth re: including Maxie Carter Sr \(, :::1.b '"tt'r, ditnesset and .at-
0909Rrwliw (\0 obtain :t gun permit commission Chairman Maxie riot:8dU3) !tl witnesses>> : G't-mlss and
the commission' should he govern Jr.. Gulf Oil dealer Freeman ask tM to speak
its ordinance. III, and service station Viol $way O4 though sitfarney( Des-
( also said if the board issued a former Starke mayor Carl) )',Idld 'aq.vi to tMmpi, ;(jrs good
l Dampier would be liable to The county ordinance was '

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I I j-'ourth grade students includeton( the back row from left to right):Ashley .(. c... ;; _
J glay and Kevin Boones.Seated from left to right)areBrlanCanova, Danielleith '- :: :,
> and Johnny Krampton.Ht _

!! Uuptist to Hostree 1st presbyterianSets r1

Christmas: Dinnervery Lunch Bunch !
man woman and child in the ::f
Friday, Dec. 10, the "LunchBunch" _
Ifadford County area Is invited to _
group for older citizens of the
( ner as a guest of the First Baptist
( urch in Starke. community will meet at noon for a
covered dish lunch at the church. The
Dress Your
ual es, you Christmas are invited dinner to come of to First the program will be presented by Mrs. 1 Up Holidays
Judy Moore who will tell of future
.1 ptist Church which will be held at
and services to be of-
t National Guard Armory in Starke developments
\ lesday, Dec. IS, at 6:30: p.m.jj'here fered by the Bradford Hospital
will be no charge for this Saturday.Dee, 11Children'sChristmas 24A from $25 $60
Party at the church from
t nmunity gathering and the dinner
1 feature all of the traditional holiv 1.0 to 11:30: a.m Games y .
refreshments, and film "I Will Take
I You to the Christ Child." BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 'i'.'

rogram on Energyt L 964.5051

? Today at BUS
Energy doesn't just pop out of COUNTY TELEGRAPH
walls. But where does it come from? --
Ilow do we use it? Why is it getting expensive' Published every Thursdayat _
135 W. Call Street/
These are some of the subjects that. Starke Florida 32091 .

,: traveling will be explored when for high a schools special Second Class postage paid at f I I I
program pD _L; '
and and civic Tommorrow"clubs entitled comes"Energy to Brad-Today Starke, FloridaSubscription .JJiILkH L/fljL: L j

ford High School today, Thursday, Rates:
Dec 9.BHS. in-trade area: $10.00 per year : '
will have two separate $5.50 six months 'I
assemblies the first at 9 a.m. and the
second at approximately 10 a.m.,with Outside trade area: 11.00 per year
the student body divided in half to see $6.00 six months TRUCKLOADGet
each session.
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Randy Pass & Wanted.j'I.Alive 'k' '0i- :HT; 1 '

(Rock 'n Roll Band) ".'1

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I 71.Ht9hWay 31'eo \ No Cover Chargefor

4 t (December the 10th Ladies& 11th Only) I

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boundary 102.03 f..t
; Stark, Florida.
i Legal Ih.nc. South 8939' W..t. .
97.26 (..!; th.nc. South Doted: Nov.mb.r 17
0"07' W..l, 101 (..! to
point of. beginning. Richard L. Cox. Jr.
United States Marshal'
at public outcry to th.hIgh.
..,and best bidder for Middle/ District ol Florida
cash at th. hour o17.00 Bernard S. McL.ndon
Assistant United State.
COURT o'clock Noon on January 4 Attorney-Attorney lor Mom S- Dad
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF 1983 .at the front door ontronc Plaintiff
DIVISON County Courthouse, at 12/024tchg 12/23
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Court No.81.1155.

CIv-JB Lowering Interest Rates t I the chair

UNITED !STATES OF May Trlggor Escalation-Buy Wisely t

I VS PlontiH lovely Brick 3/2 In Oalewood . . ,J9SOO I they deserve ff'LI'

LEE JENKINS and Pool home In town-4 bedroom. . . t4e.OOO
I BLANCHE JENKINS large BR block home town . . $32,000
his wi''.. Sup. nice meblle home on, 1/2 manicured t .
r Defendant. '..$22.900. fop Christmas f 1 r
Spacious sing!. wide on 2 acre. In Graham $25,900 t tI
I NOTICE Of SALE 3 bedroom 2 bath icreen porch. Eat Call \
; Str..$.$ .. .
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Notice-1 h.r.by giv.nI
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I that pursuant to a finalJudg.m.nt
I entered on ,Neighborhood' ,OntulU2I : c- t vt ..
November 9. 1982 by the Prop.rtl., Inc.
s .
above entitled Court in the I.Da .
I j above styled cause, the Realtors AND :m-'D
: undersigned United State, ((904)) 964-5231 Rut 1982 Erln.-C.nrury2i Corpor.uon
: Marshal o( any of hit duly Equal' Houtml OpporrunltyQ
I authorise deputies' will
; : ell the property'situate in -
I I Bradford County Florida. I Chairs Priced from : >
,J described as: ;
: A parcel,of load lying In FLORILAND REALTY .
the SW ol SWVi of Sec,,L
.':. i 'ion 23 Tow&hlp,6! South, 964-7700 I
Range 31 EoV4nV Slarke, '
;. ; Bradford County..Florido! ; 393 N. Temple Ave., Starke $249.95 4(1 :
4' : aid parcel being ,'mOT. Vernie Odom Brok.r CRI)
i.;4 follow particularly: described at. J. D. Odom, J,. Associate 964-5476. Ev. I

.:. Commence at the .Christmas Special Credit Terms Available
Southwest corner of sold 1 B-R Furnished Heme Far R.....Cell Today ,
Section 23 and run Easterly .17 Plus Acres.Greded raad.tecluded. $1300 per_... hA
along the Southerly .1% Ac. Bldg. let-Covntry Club 0'_. $55OO. )
t boundary thereof 39.43 'APPROXIMATELY 16'' Acre In City. Financing ft
feet, more or I..., to he ...11.111.. '.
Easterly boundary of Old BUHOINO LOT .,, fratt St. UNTil IS' 'f:,'.':Jffli' .11., r .
lawt." Road; thence North *13I ACRE FARM: Four chkken houses,3,000 ft.reed \. f' II
007 East, along said .frontage en US-301. 1: ,"; ... ,
Easterly' boundary 730 feet % ACRI to IVt ACM lOTr Priced t. Mil. $2SOO la A 1
to the Nort(>erly boundaryof $39SO. Term. 1500.00 down, MymenH for 5 yr*. at \\t'; .
the right of way of Don- n%. :);
rM Street thence North "2S ACRES With US-301 f..;;....... ,.,'. ftvv
99'yr Eat,along sold Northerly *5 loCUS with 474 ft. on USMI.IOT ., t.f'.;, t. '' 7 '
boundary 300 font IS. Block 30 Hlghrldge Istete*. Zoned ler MM. ,:. r:
to point of beginning. From OlDIR'STORY home I lit. need. of,.,..,1.. Owner. will Thr--?
point of beginning thus ..hold MOrt...... i ?
described continue North .FOB GRACIOUS LIVINGs One ef ,......'* lendmerkkotnei.
B9-39- East along sold Northerly 434 No. W.I..... St., Denmark: FurniturePUY'
boundary 7B.99 feel CONCRITI BLOCK 3 .bedroom. J ....... Well bulHMe .
to the Westerly boundary hem... He* nice. yereV .
of ....: ay ..!! Rentals 434 Wit Call St.. Starke. 964-5827 964-5826. ,
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/ Nsaas1hSkJ' / will be l.50 Children under 10 ad- A powder puff football ganuT sponsored -
', 1 ,. HYaryeefamf.ArMYI by Kelll Carver sion $ ,
; r ht1 wvu mitted free. by the sophomore class is
a AIN ,ay WHfc*otnwt*A"a J J Christmas FormalSet scheduled Saturday night, Dec, 18, on

F- ; W aewadaN+aa9asrag Friday Night Sports to Support... the BUS football field. The game will
y 1 ttfeWa M a.+arw The girls basketball team will play consist of girl football players' and .
w+innlwt 'The annual Christmas
extravagant Eastside tonight in the B.H.S.gym. guy cheerleaders: -
,t Y n l Ah Formal given by the Little Women'sClub come out and watch them show their The football teams will be madtrapof ,.:
of Starke will take place Friday
Aa AvasxY stuff!!! girls representing their grade and
+ of ,, as+.dWA Dec. lo, in the Starke Woman's Club. will compete in a .game of flag,foot.. -i
The dance will start at 8:30 p.m. ball.
The basketball scheduled
and end at midnight.Events scheduled boy's game will be unusual and tun!]; r-"
for Friday, Dec 10, will be away in It :
for the evening will include, pic- everyonelll)t 1
ture taking for couples,refreshments, "
and lots of BHS band members T ?y : :
dancing. There will be match today Roberts5rn :
a wrestling Aldredge and Faith Ve '-'
Invitations will be needed to be ad-
mitted into the formal. Dec. 9)) in Lake Cltyi!! Good been selected to perform in the F.B.'A.:

,,,;,1 Luck, guystISomething!! All-State Small School Honors,,"Band"=
Jacksonville S,7 and 8.?!
Choral Concert Set in on January ,
Saturday, Strange *!!I' t!! Congratulations!II I 11 I fta *_".:.:

A Christmas Concert will be given -r

xL -H by the B,H.S. Chorus Sat., Dec. 11, at i
r 7p.m.It .
: '
---- will be the first concert of the
for the chorus and insures an
First grade straight 'A'students from S.S.Elementary... ,evening of entertainment. Admis- C9i1.r. '

These first graders made straight 'A'I on their report Buella Jason Ferguson Santlyow Sarnt and Dannyeards
for the last nine weekl at Soutlllide Elementary.On Frampton. On the second rowel to r) are: Justin Ward.Ch..dv Lunch Menus Ip b

the front row sealed from left to right areStephanle. Shelley Dampier Kelli Crews Christina Hall Kimberly Bradford County Middle School
Fowler. Leslie Folsom Bethany Lee. Brittany Jones Ethan Fuquay and Amy Trlest. and all elementary schools

Monday. 11-Hamburger: on a Bun lettuce* '
pickle french Files cake milk" ,
Hampton HilitesBy Tuesday Dec M-Klih Portion,thence grill, lur-
nip greens,fruit cup cornbread milk
Wednesday. Dec is-Sloppy Joe on Bun buttered
corn pear"halves milk.
Dolores Meng Hospitalized David Feezell, Wayne Holder, Flet- Thursday Dec. Baked turkey w/glblet gravy, rr
Mrs. Clarice Adkins was admittedto cher Rodgers Glen Thornton and mashed potatoes w/gravy or dressing, buttered
Phone: 468-1915 green. peas cranberry sauce, ambrosia, hot rolls
North Florida Regional Matthew Thornton; fourth graders, milk
Mark Dilan Wise week for tests and treatment.She Aaron Benfield Chris Thornton
Frida,. Dec. 17-Hot dog on a Bun, baked beans
William and Darlene Wise of Hampton is in room 244B. Stacie Thornton, and John Tillman; cabbage slaw peaches milk. IN
announce the adoption of their PTA MEETING sixth graders, Michelle Robinson and + EVERYONEPROGRESS
son Mark Dilan Wise, born Nov. 8, Budgeting was the principal item of Steven Thornton, seventh graders Bradford County High School WELCqAlE

weighing S lbs, 8 oz. and measuring discussion at the meeting of the Eric Honeycutt, Eddie James, Monday. Dee IJ-Beef-A.RonI.: cheese atix. cabbage
ISVfc inches. Hampton PTA held Thursday evening Nathan Thornton and Sylvia Thorn slaw,apple crisp hot rolls,milk.Tuesday. i
steak rice* ,
Dee UHamburger gravy !
grandparents are Ralph
andPaternal Dec. 2 at the school. Plans were ton. buttered grain peas,fruit Jello biscuits milk
Wise of Lawtey. Mater. also made for an Open House to be Honor Roll Wednesday, Dec. IS:Sloppy Joe on U Bun Buttered EvangelistMike
nal grandparents are Marklee and held at the new cafeteria on Dec. 10. Among those listed on the A-B corn peaches cookie milk Gilchrist :
Shirley Norman of Hampton. Chicken pilau will be served for Honor Roll for the second six weeks Thursday. Dec. It-Baked turkey w/giMet gravy. ,
Paternal great-grandmother is parents and commuity members who grading period are: first grade: Jose mashed ambrosia potatoes,hoi rolls or milk dressing cranberry sauce Let us join hearts and hands in :

Purvis Brown of Lawtey. Maternal wish to attend. Aviles, Angela Baker, Johnny Her- Friday Dec. Hamburger on Bun french fries, Wed-Sat claiming a spiritual impact that can
great-grandmother is Freida Normanof The amount of$200 was set aside for nandez; Shannon Patrick, Jason lettuce It pickle Christmas cookie,milk. be explained only in terms of GOD! '
HeUbron Springs. Ms. Kathryn Brooke to purchase Pons, Elisa Sierra-Aviles, Corey Van 7:30 pmSunday
Senior Citizens Have Luncheon record players, encyclopedias and Syckel, Kimberly Wilson and Stacy ALACARTEMonday. Madison Street
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club other needed media equip- Second Sandra Aviles
specialist grade:
Young. .Dec Il-Plua: ,hamburgers, french fries 9:45 am
celebrated their last meeting with a ment. The purchase of thirteen swing Angelina Crews, Faye Cruze, Donald milkshakes.. Church
delicious Christmas luncheon last seats for the playground was also approved Dick,Danielle Kersey. Billy Kyle and Tuetday Dec l1-..ranch fries, milkshakes,pizza Baptist
Friday, Dec. 3, in the City Hall. It was also agreed to give Joseph Miller. Third grade: Scott cheeseburgers.Wednesday. .
Dec. I -Pizza, hamburgers french 900 W. Madison Street
members and friends 1
Thirty-three each of the eight teachers the amountof Brannam, Josh Cruze, David Feezell, fries, milkshakesThursday fet
enjoyed the luncheon,. including $15. Jessica Fisher, Joey Hall, David .De*.l-Pliia,french fries,milkshakes Starke Florida ?
guests Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who The kindergarten class won the Roberts and Fletcher Rodgers. Friday, Dec 17-See Regular menu for Ala-Carte.
recently moved to Starke. They are room count for the best representa- Fourth grade: Wyatt Collins, Aimee :,'
the parents of Dan Smith, the former tion of parents at this meeting. They Hodges and T.J. Orton. Fifth grade:t ,

Starke librarian were given $10 for this achievement.The Cindy Davis, Allison Archey, Rhonell'' .. -
The Hampton Club was started classroom teachers were Estes and Jerry Loiacana. Sixth -'
about ten years ago and Ralph when Mrs.Jolene Robinson and '"
delighted on Friday grade: Michelle .. IJ" '
,- '
Vaughan was one of the first Friese, Carnival Chairman and Michelle Wood. Seventh grade: Jennifer ,"
presidents of the club. His wife, : -r:) ;
Treasurer, presented them with $15 Clark, Cassandra Fisher, and : l
Evelyn, has been cheerfully and efficiently ,
checks to be used for individual Mindy Hersey. Q!' '' '
for the
serving as president
classroom needs.
,'. t'\I ..
past several.years. Now Students Open House Invitation ':
Members are invited to join the Enrollment has reached 206 at the Principal Connie Clark and the PTA
Bradford County Senior Citizens Club school. Among recent newcomersare cordially invite the community ;' .
which meets the second and fourth : kindergartener Adrian Thorn'ton members to an Open House Chicken .. dp.: : .'

Tuesdays of each month at the ; first graders, Steven Feezell, Pilau Supper at the new cafeteria. 'f ; .- : .. .: :: '
Recreation Center in Starke. Their Brian Holder, and Dena Radford; se- This event will take place on Friday, I'
next meeting will be a noon luncheonon cond graders, Donald Dick, Rachel Dec. 10,from 6 p.m.until 8 p.m.There YFBA

Dec. 14. Hogg and Curtis Wade; thrid graders, will be no charge for the supper, ,
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;; li Bradford Construction Has. Mother Nature Gone Berserk't'ft"?,...q'" }f,:':*j>,;.I.

} Has Healthy Year November 1963 has to be one of the in the most severe winter of the century ,
: warmest Novembers on record for ,.earthquakes rocked New -v ,
Bradford County 'making everyone England and Arkansas.&volcanoes
under con- happy except the dealers in and rumbled in the northwest..and p ,( ''I; 1
others already gas
;l:; Construction may be off in oil used for heating homes and sinkholes swallowed buildings in ,i 1
struction and nearing com-
Florida." COLD WEATHER f' ,
,other parts of the country, businesses.
J ..... has pletion, such as the Sears JET SSTREAM o '
"'; but Bradford County catalog store on E. MadisonSt. October was about par for the But there is a vast difference of opi
weathered the economic course, with several mornings in the moo as to what is happening. Some
the uniform
and laundry
storm, at least from the ., and low and mid-4Qs, but November had climatologists see evidence of the ttP 44t aa
j standpoint of new building plant on Edwards Road, only one day when the mercury dipped start of a long slide into a new ice age.
I and should end the others to be started soon, including as low as 35. and the mean low Others believe that the earth through
: starts, a new home for Roy's (avenge) for the month was 57 'mankind's own actions is beating up, l
i year with around $8,000,000 Market on E. Call Street, indicate degrees ten degrees warmer than causing polar ice to melt and eventually M
: m permits issued during that Starke's business the mean low for November 1981. flood vast areas of the conti
1982. This will be a million nent.
economy is in a healthy con-
dollars more than the total would Meteorologists at the National
dition. Otherwise we
for 1981. Weather Service in Jacksonville attribute
not be experiencing the ex- Heating Oil the current warm weather in K
Building permits issued by pansion that is now in pro- And Gas SalesAt this area to a change in the jet + 11111

the city and county in gress. StandstillA stream,a high velocity"river"of air
November totaled $664,480, about three miles up in the atmosphere WARM WEATHER

., which is about average for Florida is fortunate in that flowing from west to east JET STREAM
and directing frigid air from the Arctic -
I the year. Encouraging from our leaders have only to down and across the U.S.This shiftin .

the standpoint of business is worry about preparing for "degree day calculator",used by the Jet stream has directed cold air :."1> '. '
I 1 the fact that the largest portion future growth that is ex- Register Oil & L. P. Gas Co. to in- away from the southeast aiming it "

I of the November total, pected to be so rapid in this dicate the intensity of cold includingwind more at the West, Mid-West,and Nor- p
chill factor, gave readings of theast.
11 dollar-wise was for nine commercial decade that it will test the 148. 162. and 152 for the average cold

1 permits, totaling ability of the state to provide winters of 1979, '80, and '81. but only The National Weather Servicepredicts Jet Stream Shift Causing Warmth
) These included a for 40 to 50 that the jet stream will stay
: 266300. utilities and other services to 110 1982 indicating percent
office and store warmer weather. "The colder it gets in this position during the early
| new a keep up with it. It is a the faster the machine winter and if they're right it would
restaurant, and a new mini challenging position to be in, Freeman Register III."and turns right says now mean that this area should have mild

storage building all on 301 and will undoubtedly present it's so warm it isn't even turning. weather until the end of February.

: South; a new law office, just problems, but we can be We're spending our time cutting with only occasional cold snaps. This

: north of the courthouse; a thankful we are not losing grass, painting.. and catching up on should please almost everyone except
the fuel dealers and strawberry
: new addition to Alligator population and facing the other weather odd f Jobs until we get a little cold growers,who'd rather have their crop

: Creek Ranch, anew storage staggering unemployment held back by early winter cold, rather

: building for the county, and a problems that are now November Dog Days than reaching maturity early, only to
| take-out restaurant on SR-16 threatening less fortunate March.be killed by late cold in February and

: east. states in the industrial North
and Mid-West. There are many theories about
I These projects, including what causes changes in climate, but
1 the elements are so diverse and com-
; plex that even scientists disagree.
Federal Some believe the basic cause may bea
Employees change in the amount of solar radiation
I ,. falling on the Earth as a result of
I Must Overdue Loans changes in its orbit. At times the
Earth moves farther from the sun,
and also wobbles slightly on its axis. ......: Ir, u.s.ew: Mn+.
r I Both actions change the amount of
L Santa couldn't have during former President sunlight falling on the globe. A studyof
: brought a better Christmas Carter's administration uncovered The first week of December has, past orbital changes shows they occurred _. "
present to long-suffering defaulters been correspondingly mild with Tues- around the times of ice age.

American taxpayers than most of them 17,657 in military services -, day lowest morning's this month.reading So of far 56 this being fall the a The clarity of the atmosphere also Snow in Starke, January 19, 1977 I

news this week that the still drawing federal freeze has not been recorded while has an influence scientists believe
government will at long last last year five mornings of 32 degreesor and temperatures can be affected by freezes accompanied by low temperature of two below zero,
such things as volcanic dust and other temperatures as low as 10 or 12 and traces qf
start garnisheeing the pay pay.U.S. lower had been recorded by this snow were seen as far
and/or pensions of 46,860 cur- Secretary of Educa- date, with two low readings of 28. pollutants which tend to block degrees. south as Fort Myers.

I rent or former federal tion Terrel H. Bell has mail- sunlight it from to cool.the earth's surface Valentine's day in 1899 brought two
ed letters warning defaultersto The city's loss in gas sales were at causing inches of snow to Starke, which remained So cheer up fellows -you in the gas
employees, if they don'tcough work out least partially offset by continued use But some meteorologists believe unmelted on the ground for -and oil heating business. Good timesfaY
up long past due repayment of air conditioners in some homes and that the comparatively good weatherwe several days. Tallahassee recorded a >fet ucn. soongAikaitou hank
I payments on $68 million in schedules within 60 days or businesses in November and. earl have enjoyed during most A!this ., r -. .iN-'c", In<.'Atl i|. W ** I
defaulted student loans they face deductions of 15 percentof December. './l .\.i }4t' century notreally normal but has w. !t4 .a>> .:I/o'1&'
\ have ignored for decades. their weekly paychecks.The been warmer than that of 90 percentof Reader AppreciatesTelegraph's

secretary also plans to The peculiar weather patterns pf the preceding million years. So it SupportOf FORESTRY
These governmental dock the checks of defaulting the past few years have caused muchspeculation may be time for a reversal bringing Local Projects
deadbeats, drawing hand- pensioners.It among weathermen as to'what warmer than normal or-as some IN BRADFORB COUNTY
think-colder than normal weather.
Editor, Telegraph:
some salaries on federal is going on up there. The
payrolls, are among 800,000 will be somewhat easierto February '82 issue of the U.S. News & Even a review of local history You are to be commended for your
former students who owe the pay the new increased World Report asked the question. "Is reminds us of the severe weather in assistance in recognizing the projects Da lid W.NortonCounty
federal gasoline tax, know- Mother Nature Going Berserk The the years Just before and after the that are worthwhile to the community
government $1.1 billion in article was an effort to answer some dawn of the 20th century, when and its needs. Forester!
past due loans granted to ing that an attempt is being questions brought on by "blizzards established orange groves in this area ,
them for educational pur- made to collect what is owed hitting much of the U.S. and Europe were killed to the ground in hard The pictures and related article in

poses. the government by those who your November 4 issue of our local i\ -
youth participating in the
are drawing fat pay checks Cystic
The long overdue from federal coffers each Fibrosis Foundation Bike-A-Thon Florida's rules for outdoor burning
I crackdown follows recent "* provided much needed publicity for a have been amended to make i t easier

I enactment of legislation giv- month. County Agents By very needy organization.Few in for their many backyards.people to burn tras legally'

ing the government authority Now if the feds can just BobbyTaylor people in Bradford County are
to garnIShee up to 15 percentof find some way of going after Notebook $ aware of two children in this county, If trash burning is done i ir a con-

the pay of student loan the rest of that $1.1 billion ...., with lost to this child's disease. However,. tainer with a metal grill over he top.
your printed news media you NO authorization is needed or the
defaulters now on the that is outstanding and past .J4 have the opportunity to create a fire. If it is not burned in suc) a con-
government payroll. due on loans to students who positive environment that can resultin tainer. however, the Divis ion of
are not on the federal Fruit is out youth and citizens becoming Forestry must be notified prior to
The crackdown growing an interesting and Pears:Pear grow well in most soils. .
almost comes payroll it will be real cause rewarding hobby which provides Varieties are Baldwin. Hood and involved- involved to help one lighting the fire. .
five years after a for rejoicing. fresh fruit at the peak of its maturity. Pineapple. Baldwin and Hood will another, thus living in a better com- Under the new rules it \
munity. still i
< computer-match program Also fruit plants can be attractive additions produce fruit by themselves, but the to burn garbage anywhere thdt illegal week-
to many landscape situations. Pineapple variety must have the Too often we read only of the tragic ly trash pickup is available.If .
Since we are approaching the ideal Baldwin or Hood as a pollinator. The and sad news stories for lack of
; Old Bridges Never Die time of year to transplant trees and Pineapple variety (the hard cooking something pleasant to report. no local prohibition exits, the
I shrubs. I hope you have plans to start pear) produces the best fruit for fresh However through your continuing following statewide rules are how in
or expand your dooryard fruit plan- eating in our area. support and recognition of our youth effect;

They Get Blown Up tings.There. Plums:Plums grow well in any soil. and their achievements we, as j
i I are many kinds of fruit which Varieties are Excelsior, Methly, Americans and citizens of Bradford Regular house and yard Irish, Including -
can be grown successfully in our Kelsey and Early Bruce. Mealy must County can remain proud to belong to waste paper may beburnedsolongas:1)lhefireisslarte4after9!'
f be planted as pollinator for Excelsior a FREE country.
area. selection of the
There's a note of sadness state police bomb squad as species and varieties is right and Early 8l11Ce.Pead1esPeaches a.m. and is out by one'hour! before
Raymond M.Hunt
and ,Pres. sunset; 2)) the blaze is 200
or feet
perhaps a moral to be more
I the crowd took turns cheer- good production. Plants which are not must have well- Starke Jaycees from the nearest
_. found in the story of a strong ing the bridge and booing the adaptable to our local conditions will drained soils and should be grafted on (othet than that owned occupied or leased building by

I' willed, 78-year-old iron bombers. The demolition of generally how much fail care to produce and attention regardless Okinawa or Nemaguard root stock. Pvt. Beard Completes the one doing the burning) and is 100
bridge that was declared unsafe crew gave up using dynamite receive. they Varieties for our .area include Crewmans CoursePvt. feet or more feet from the nearest

i 11 years ago, but defied after the fourth unsuccessfultry Ea. Maygold June Gold and Arthur J. Beard, son of Robert public road or highway; and 3))
efforts of those who would and played a sneaky trickon The following are suggested fruits P. and Corine B. Tyson of Starke, has smoke heat soot or other conditions
blow it up with dynamite. the old and varieties that should grow and We have fact sheets that discuss completed the Army's bridge to are create not produced to such an extent as
gutsy bridge
by produce well in our area.BlaeberriesBlueberries. crewman course under the a nuisance.It .
: They Cmally had to resort to care and growth of most of these One Sta
undermining one end of it tion Unit
fruits. Call or come by Cbun Training program at Fort is
blow your always
torches illegal to
to burn certain
weaken the
with require an Leonard
cutting torches. Unableto Agents office if have Wood. Mo.
fine old extremely acid soil to produce fruit. you. questions materials such as rubber creosoted
; structure before it withstand this low blow He is a 1982 graduate of Bradford lumber.
; Land which has been limed oil products,
will roofing
reluctantly fell. give High School. Starke. .
I j ; the plucky old bridge shifted poor growth and poor fruit Varieties Another Name AddedTo materials and plastics.

The turned over on its side, andsplashed TU blue. Woodard and Bluegem grow Vietnam Veterans Pvt. If
crew of demolition Cayton Completes you're not
ex- into the river to best in our area. Two different sure about outdoor
) perts .expected to drop the await varieties should be planted for Basic*Training burning rules in your area or you
; salvage crews. The The name of additional want
one VIet- more
steel| arch bridge into the pollination. Army Pvt. Rodney M. Cayton, son information about what
disconsolate crowd went nam veteran who was killed in action can be burned and how it should
of be
Connecticut Donald L. and M.
River with Caytonof ,
one has been submitted done
to The Call
: home. TtptFigs well in Telegraph local
grow soil and your Division of
any Starke. has completed basic train-
set of
high explosive in addition to those published in Forestry office
charges require very little maintenance and our ing at Fort Dix. N.J. at 964-5436. Current in-
1 4 i but the structure that had .care. Varieties are Brown Turkey and 'issue of November IK During the formation on fireline plowing can also
training, students
Demolition of the old Arthur Boyd Clark of Mrs. be obtained -
been declared unsafe Celeste (also called sugar). son received instruction in drill and at this number.

j. .; withstood the first charge, bridge, which took one year GrapestGrapes grow well Alice Mora Clark and husband'of' Mrs. ceremonies weapons, map reading,' Florida' Is
Clark served
J and$65.000 to build had been on most with the 1st Bn.. now entering the time of
and three additional blasts any soil on an arbor or trellis. Bunch 327th Infantry.JSth Division; and was tactics, military courtesy military year when wildfire most frequently
.1 while thousands, of spectators delayed a while by.a disputeover type varieties are Lake Emerald killed in action December 11, 1_.He justice first aid. and Army history. occurs.The vegetation is already dry
: stood on the its historic value. The .Blue Lake and Norris. Lake Emerald is survived by one daughter, Serena and traditions. frig .out In many parts of Florida:
river '
: banks and cheered. National Historic Trust had and Blue Lake varieties will produce dark (Ford), and two sons, Sheldon He is a 1982 graduate of Bradford. Because of.low humidity readings We
argued unsuccessfully that it fruit by themselves but Norris must and Samuel Clark. High School Starke. 'ask everyone to be careful with fire.

J The bridge, built in 1904, should be preserved as a first There be planted are several with another varieties variety.of the 11'11 Everyone. '''..-.. loses when a forest burns..

;: was' declared structurally example of, ,its arch configuration Muscadine type. Hunt .....-. .- :.... "\,

1 unsound and closed to 'and suspension. Dulcet Ssdh1aahnadmBauntifnl nnrppaaatg : m kjr pll'ESTABtlsH KL aA.Chrlimi' .;

-f vehicles in 1971.. Last year system.' < p&E'Wallace.PeeaaaPecana like r '.Party:S&&J% :

the experts" ruled it unsafe 1''ridalG l.lyar. .....lerrit..._ bcrlQ. .:
But the old 4
order th must be
even for pedestrians and change planted in : D -
1879 MEMBER I' "
: and the old bridge finally had a well-drained soiL Varieties are Memnersiaguesti of thetwngaley.
plans were made to blow it j ... ,
Desirable Stuart. Curtis and Elliot G Lake
I to surrender. BOB < FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER, Publishers Property Owners
fi1tI .
up and build another bridge. AiMtoatGrow ..well in most soils. t : +YriU;boIcI..tbiir
Can't you just hear the. old The moral of the, story Varietie* air* Anna,Donett Golden, PiMUacd sack Tamday sad wtenl..8.e..i a_Matter a.u*, ..'SuPpcrtstl t hiiY:8D4. c.nr.d annual Dbab

bridge muttering to itself, must wait,a while until-we and .Eta. Shemer, _Dorsett Golden', ,, PMOnVat8Urk.rk.n4ir. Act.( March 173. .Diati IJM..ClviC Center rna7
should be
TU show those guys I I" see if the new bridge at planted as a pollinator for I >.+n. .1LSodaI""atarta. at..
a Atto 8.bcrl
'. .Uw rue 4 trade ana: $!. Per Year M Sis M .1k :a' stubborn cost of $5.2 ",111in.-WI11 last .;.;_ uGrow well in most (, trade area 111 Per Year; M.a SU MMUU KLPOA
old half as long as the old iron weu-dralned soils. P2aat..W I nM<9MH4430S 8 rb'Inrt.a 32W1 .- cIIrecton wtIJ meet Saturi -

&& bridgesaid the head of the structure it replaced. Tanenasbl varieties. or .I .. _. i 1 at 10 a.m. bI the aw:

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December 09 1982

Leasure Party Honoree Weeks UDC

Misa Lorna Lcaaur whose marriage mother of the honoree, was among Has Luncheon Christmas Dec. Side Of The News !
Tommy Reddish will be an those attending.The .
event of Jan. IS was honored at two
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC
parties the past week. home of Miss Rhonda Dixon in held their Christmas luncheon at the
On Nov. 17 Mill Leasure wu givena Maxville was the setting for a bridal Woman's Club on Wednesday,Dec. 1, Gladys Mooty
china and lingerie shower by Mrs. shower for Miss Leasure on Nov. 30 with Mrs. L. H. Jennings, hostess
and Sheryl Mrs.Jackson.Novia;Ward at Terri the Jackson Parrish Johnson.with co-hostess Mrs. Belinda assisted by Mrs. R. A. Green,Sr.and Society Editor,
Mrs.James Blackshear.
borne In'Jbenua. The 17 guests were friends of Miss
The tables were covered with green 96 -7608
and Gem.were played by the 26 guests. .Leasure from Baldwin High School. and white with holly centerpieces at
prizes awarded. Also among the guests were Mrs. the small tables and the head table
The refreshment table was covered Janet Leasure of Dade City, mother

with with a a crystal damask punch cloth bowl and encircled centered of the, honoree mother, of and the Mrs.prospective Drew Reddish red figures centerpiece of the was Holy at flanked focal Family by; ceramic vases Favors of Did You Know........................,........................ ................,.....,............,......
roses were points.
with daisy>>poms and leather leaf fern groom,Mrs. Terry Gaines,Mrs.Glen were miniature sleds filled with holly Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook
Terri Parrish Mrs.Ruth Coffmanof Centralia,111,
and Mrs. Terry Moyer and Mrs. Skippy Crawford of Maggie Tomlinson had all her
Gaines assisted the brlde-elect in Starke. and candy CAnes.Following children home for the Thanksgivingweek spent the past 10 days with Mr. and were in Nashville Tenn. last Monday
opening her gifts. The ho8teuespneeuted The hostesses presented the the luncheon, the president including: Franklin and familyof Mrs. L. C. Early and they visited to Thursday where Mrs.Hardenbrook I
the honoree with a piece of honoree with a set of knives and set of Mrs. Herbert Thomas pin to Albuquerque, New Mexico points of interest in Florida while atterided the Continental TelephoneCo.
her china and a piece of lingerie. crystal wine glasses as a memento of Mrs.presented Lester a Crews past for president's her service and Marklee. Richmond, Va., Mr. andMrs. here. Retirement Seminar.
Mrs. Janet Leasure of Dade City, the occasion. then Mrs. Crews presented a presi- Bob Richie of Johnson City,
dent's pin to Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Tenn., Marvin and family, Lake
the reenactment Butler and James and family of
Thomas reported on attending
of the Battle of Orange Starke. X
I Parties for Springs and the District Directors
Wedding Couple
and Mr.
meeting in Orlando. The group sang Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray Wall Portraitin
Christmas carols accompanied the and Mrs. Gary Brewer family
Rehearsal Dinner Mrs. Green. visited Disney World and EPCOT
piano by
Miss Melanie
Green, whose
riage to John Hancock, Jr. was mar- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Powell of Special guests at the luncheon were Nov. 25-28.
an Snellville, Ga. entertained at a the members of the Joseph E. Color
event of
Saturday night, was complimented rehearsal night UDC of Keystone Mrs.N.C. McConnell,Sr.Olustee Living
at bridesmaids supper Friday Finegan Chapter
a luncheon Hall of
was Wednesday to Friday guest
at the Methodist Heights. also attended the reenactment -
Saturday, Dec. 4 at 11:45 a.m. at the. p.m. Fellowship They and i
Mr. and Mrs. McConnell, Jr. Mr.
Inn for their son, John O. Hancock, Jr. of the Battle of Orange
Holiday given her aunt, Mrs.
by of
Mrs. Louis Woods and grandson
Charles and fiancee, Melanie Green before Springs and several members
Godfrey of Myrtle Beach .
Live Oak were Sunday guests.Mr.
S.C., t aunt Mrs. Alf Green andMrs. the couple's wedding rehearsal.The reported on this topic.

Roy Wingate,Jr. of Callahan. with white U-shaped linen tables cloths.were The covered head and Mrst C. Hobbs spent the --
weekend with his brother-in-law and Never before .
table with red and white .
graced a
the salad
Preceding luncheon wine (
and with carnation cascade arrangement. Susan Rebecca Grlffls, sister, Mr. and'Mrs. Bob Odoro in offered at
orange along wedding
cookies were served to the 21 guests. Similar smaller arrangements were Eric John Bindley Tallahassee and attended.the this Price! \ '
The luncheon table was covered on the side tables. Place cards mark- To Wed Dec. 24 UF/FSU game. ,-"
with a white linen cloth and centered ed the seating arrangement for the 44 e. '
with guests which Included the wedding AT ./ ,
an of and
white carnations.arrangement The bride-elect pink and party, immediate families and out-of- Mr.and Mrs. Leon Griff of Starke Derek Judd of Troy, Ala. was '
her attendants sat at the head table. town guests. announce the engagement and approaching visiting his grandparents, Mr. and 99C r.i:
marriage of their Mrs. M. R. Judd the first of the week. ;)
daughter, Susan Rebecca, to Eric Plus 76* for handling, v > ..;
I Upcoming Events John Bindley, son of Mr. and Mrs. -
Harry Bindley of Starke. Pentecostal Apostolic Thi s v.ry .peel.1 l oNe it pr.-
The wedding is planned for Dec.24. Sabbath Mnt* .d .1 an ..pr.Mion of ourthank
Assembly *for your palronag"
Hospital Auxiliary Michelle Meyer, Welcome Compare at $25 00''
Drew BarryTo Sabbin salvia .? 10 ww SituriiyvinpHilc
Christmas Ta Friday Wed SMVIC ... 7:30: fm 1nnt. .i FREE to all Senior Citizens
Dec. 11 .
Susan Champion, CD 230 Stwk. aPuter
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary will Afriraw Cite 479-2442 NO CHARGE for groups
hold their annual tea in the Hospital Mrs. Andrew Jackson Barry and Thomas Derkman lanl .. LIMITED OFFER one subject
Library Friday,Dec. 10,from 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer requestthe Engagement ToldMr. per
to 3:30: p.m. honoring the doctors, honor of your presence as their RRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD one per family
their wives and staff, hospital staff, children, Michelle Ann and Andrew and Mrs. Don E. Champion of Hwy 16 W. & Weldon 0 964.6971
Auxiliary members and former Auxiliary Jackson (Drew) repeat their mar- Keystone Heights announce the Bret & Jerry's Athletic House
Pastor George Watson and
members. riage vows Saturday, Dec. 11, at 7:30 and
engagement approaching mar.riage
p.m. in First Baptist Church of of their daughter, Susan The Congregation Invite You to 113 E. Call St. 964-7434
Come and With Us
Woman of St. Mark's Dec. 14 Starke.A Angela Derkman, to of Thomas and Richard SundtyschMl. ...Worship......... .... .10AMWtnMp. Monday December 13th
Mr. Mrs. OrenT.
The Women of St.Mark's Episcopal Mardtp .. . ... .11 AMEvaepsestc.
Church will meet Tuesday,Dec. 14,at Derkman of Starke. ....... .. . ..7 PM 12 5:30
reception will follow the The wedding is planned for March, .Hours: : p.m.
7:30: p.m. in the Parish House. ceremony at the Woman's Club. 19, 1983. Wslaaslay W"III,.... .. .. 7:30: PM


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M .*, Neva Jayn, Flynn and William Kidd \ Married Nov. 13 in First Baptist Church '

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"4Tb Eclipea" baDd. circled with greenery. Silver' trays Sarasota; Mr' and Mrs. Richard wilier Merritt Island; Mrs. Robert

The main ballroom of the club was and compotes filled the table with Houston Valrieoi Miss Jana Godwin Love and Mrs. Fox Parker Halleran Dun-
decorated with fleas tree, lit up with snacks and goodies for the guests.At Jay Godwin, and Mrs. Ann Godwin. nellon: Mr. and Mrs. Tim ,
I. tiny white miniature lights. Small the'entrance hall was the guest Gainesville; Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Morris. Ft. Lauderdale; Miss Debbie George
tables covered with white Ar book which held a gold bud vase of Bradentoo; Miss Gail Fitzgerald and Miss Terri Shuman. Jacksonville
my/Navy cloths were placed white freesia which belonged to a ,Miss Jacquelyn Aten, and Miss Usa ; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Smith,
throughout to allow for more intimate family member ''McLaughlin, MiU Miss Kathy and Mfrs. Annette Little Atlanta, Ga.;
(seating. Each table held a globe arrangement Assisting in serving were Mrs. Koran and ;; Y Meyer. West I land Mr. ard Mrs. Reginald R. Kidd,

of mixed flowers In the David Gaines, Miss Lorna Leasure Palm Beach; Miss Barbara Detotherwise i Jr., Virginia.

'J RtI bride's chosen colon. and Mrs. Daniel Shuford. ._---_._-_...._.._._--_.._ ----,-,..................'H"HPHHW.b'.b'A'. 'm'/mH..w..w/HQ..r.rN.rHHN"'O'AW ""h;
The bride's table also located in the Following a wedding trip to ;
+ ballroom was covered with a whiteArmyNavy Williamsburg. Va. the couple are
lace cloth and centered residing at 2313 Windermere Rd., ,
with a three tiered wedding cake encircled Tallahassee. nzonlect. 0 0mw
with fresh flowers and Mr. Kidd owns a graphic design <
greenery. The cake was topped with firm in Tallahassee.
mixed fresh flowers and held the
I bride and groom which was used on Out-of-town guests at the Flynn- ,

the bride's parents wedding cake. On Kidd wedding were Miss AftM Bass. _
either aide of the cake were two large Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Gadway. Mr.
three branch silver candelabras. Miss and Mrs.Doug Reddish.and Mrs.
Gail Fitzgerald and Miss Barbara Richard Powers, Miss Mary :
Detwiller cut the cake. Williams Miss Julie T. Haler. DavidW. Iscu I

The food table in the sunroom also Lacey, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vents "
doubled as a punch table and was Mr. and Mrs. Mark Driscoll Mr. and 9" ,
covered with a burgundy flounce witha Mrs. James R. Flynn. Miss Sharon I

white lace Army/Navy overlay Kidd. Master Jerry Kldd, Robert 1/2
cloth. It was centered with a large Cocanougher and wade Winkler of
epergne arrangement in a five branchcandelabra Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Donald a
H of mixed flowers in the McIntosh Keith Carter and Miss ...N 0
bride's colon. On either end of the Luanne Potts Tampa; Dr. and Mrs.
j LI T. table were two silver punch bowls en- Bruce McIntosh Orange Park; Mr. I j INSULIN SYRINGES I

z and Mrs. Reginald R. Kidd, ST., I BOX Or tOO

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I Satin Sheets "Fit for a King" (also Queen a? Reg.) AMERICAS OJUG_SOS
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Handmade Quilts French Pr. Sofa (Blue Brocade);;
necessary where required. 4
.* Victorian Table (Antique) Many Handmade Gifts' ; Sale Prices Good Thru .
I 3 miles South on Road 100 9647912Legal Dec. 11, 1982 .
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of Starke Notices............",.................,.. .... ........ be entered for the Morris B. Williams EFFECTIVE' DATE HEREOF.
8 Miss Neva Jayne Flynn brothers of the bride, and ReginaldKidd relief demanded In the President;<< ((2)) AN ORDINANCE
and William Jerome Kidd of
brother of the
Tallahassee were united In marriage Miss Tina Brown served as maid of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '
Hamilton, his wife. Individually BRADFORD COUNTY WITNESS my hand and 'DUDLEY p. HARDY P.A. MENTS TO THE CHARTEROF
Saturday Nov. 13, in the First Baptist honor. She wore a gown of burgundy
FLORIDA PROBATE and Hamilton FLORIDA the seal 1 of this Court on By: John H. Jon. : THE TOWN OF
Church with Rev. Ben P. Bryant per. chiffon featuring a scooped neck and
DIVISION Farms, a partnership eVIL ACTION November 18.1982.GLlIERT EsquireP. BROOKER IN BRADFORD
forming the nuptials. pouff sleeves. She carried a slender
Miss Flynn is the daughter of Mr. cascade of mauve miniature carna- File No. 8291CP defendants. In the amountof NO. 82-483 S. BROWN O. Drawer 1030 COUNTY FLORIDA; PRO.
and Mrs. George B. Flynn. Jr. of tions with burgundy laced edges and Division 1-3437 SI8.514.01 together with Clerk of the Court Stork. Florida 32091 VIDING REFERENDUM
Starke. Mr. Kidd is the son of Mr. and burgundy button poms. She wore a costs of collection. In re the marriage of By: aoulah M. Moody (904)( )964-5701 'I ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS
Mrs. Reginald R. Kidd of Sarasota. matching hairpiece in her hair. IN RE: ESTATE OF Have seised and have LEATHA S. STRICKLAND. Deputy Clerk Attorney for ; ESTABLISHING THE
of LLOYD LAVERNEDYAL In my possession the Wife 11/2S4tchg 12/16 Registrant1118tchg FORM THEREOF; AND PRO
Presenting a program nuptial The bride, given in marriage by her
music were Mrs. L. A. Canova father, wore a gown of silk organza Deceased following described personal and NOTICEOF 12/09 VIDING AN EFFECTIVE
organist. Mrs. Robert W. Milner Jr. featuring a modified Queen Anne I property to-wit: CHARLES STRICKLAND INTENTTO DATE HEREOF..
sang "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied neckline. The fitted bodice of Englishnet NOTICEOF 1969 David Brown Husband REGISTER PUBLIC NOTICE Undo Robinson
on the piano by Mrs. CharlesE. was appliqued with re- ADMINISTRATION Tractor. S.N.990A-488068; Town Clerk
Francis and Bill McRae sang "The embroidered alencon lace. The shortpoulf 1974 Allls Chalmers Diesel' NOTICE OF ACTIONTO FICTITIOUS NAME PLEASE TAKE NOTICE ( 12/02 2tcho 12/09

Wedding Song" accompanying sleeves were appliqued with Th. administration of Tractor S.N. 1709051D; that the Town Council of NOTICE
I himself on the guitar. matching lace. The full skirt was the estate of LLOYD John Deere Tractor. Model : the Town of Breaker. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
The choir loft was centered with an adorned with lace appliques and LAVERNE DYAL deceased. 4320. S.N. 329238; 1976 CHARLES STRICKLAND COUNTY OF BRADFORD Florida will consider the LAWNOTICE

arch candelabra flanked by two spiral repeated on the hemline and terminated File Number e2-91.P.s Formal! Tractor Model Residence Unknown adoption of the following
candelabras. The chancel area held in a chapel length train. Her pending In the Circuit 140. S.N. 59175; 1978 Ford BRADFORD FUR. 'ordinance* on second
two urn arrangements of gladiolus, short veil of illusion was attached to a Court for Bradford County. Pickup S.N. YOU ARE NOTIFIED NITURE INDUSTRIES OF reading at Its regular GIVEN' THAT THE UNDERSIGNED
I carnations, disbuds, and snowdrift Camelot cap of re-embroidered alen- Florida. probot. Division F15HNCA5650. Tag. No. that an action for FLORIDA. INC. hereby meeting scheduled for
pompoms in shades of white, burgundy con and sprinkled with tiny pearls. the address of which Is DPI 353; 1978 Ford Pickup. DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE gives notice that It intends Tuesday December 14. In, business desiring to
mauve and rose. On the lower She carried a traditional all white Bradford County Courthouse S.N. F14HNGC881S. Tag has been filed. to register with the i J1982 at 7:00: p.m. In Town I engage at 3164
level were two tree f bridal roses, stephanotis .' P. O. Drawer L), No. EWM W. "and you or* requfrecTto Clerk of the Circuit Court (Hall: Shawland Road In the city f

j Ficus trees were used throughout tbett 5 1( and nixed foliage of diffenbachia Starker Florida.32O9rTh- As the property of the servo ,.'. copy.....of": yoMT an ..|a(_ Bradford County ((1)) AN ORDINANCE ,tof Duvof Jacksonville,.County of
i choir loft,-the chancel and lower area' drac ana and fern in a contemporary names and addresses .of ,above defendants and that written def_.. If any. Florida the fictitious REGULATING THE TIME; and"state.. 0\ Florid.under" .
at different The family the 3rd day of to It name of BRADFORD FUR. the name
I vantage points. design.A th. personal representative on Monday on petitioner MANNER AND METHODOF
|. pews and the length of the aisle reception was held in the StarkeWoman's and the personalrepresentative's January 1983 at on. LEATHA S. STRICKLAND. NITURE INDUSTRIES and CONDUCTING ELECTIONS "SYSCO/GULF-ATLANTIC
were marked with aisle candelabras Club where Mr. and Mrs. attorney o'clock on said. day on the P. O. Box 213. Lawtey. to engage In business FOR THE TOWN OF FOOD SERVICES". Intendsto
holding burning tapers. James R. Flynn, brother and sister- are set forth below. premises' 'of the Bradford Florida 32058 on or under that fictitious BROOKER. FLORIDA: PROVIDING register said name with
Robert Cocanougher of Tallahassee in-law of the bride, greeted' the guestsat All Interested persons County Jail I will offer for before December 28. nama with a principal FOR QUALIFICATION the Clerk of the Circuit
served as best man. Ushers were the door. Miss Sharon Kidd kept the or. required to file with sale' and sell to th. highest 1982 and file the !''place of business 'locatedat OF CANDIDATES; Court of Bradford County.

James R. Flynn and Dr. Gray Flynn, guest book. Music was provided by this court. WITHIN THREE bidder for cash In hand original with the clerk of Highway. 301 North MAKING RETURNS. CAN- Michael Nichols
MONTHS OF THE FIRST the above described property this court either before Starke. Florida 32O9I. VASSING THE VOTE. COM Assistant Secretory
PUBLICATION OF THIS of sold defendants to service on petitioner or BRADFORD FURNITURE MENCEMENT OF TERMS. ( Sysco Corporation

Federal General Revenue Sharing NOTICE: ((1)) all claims satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Immediately thereafter; INDUSTRIES. INC. FILLING OF VACANCIES. 12/02 4tchg 12/23

,against the estate and ((2)) .
any objection) by an .Interested Dolph E. Reddish
Expenditures Report person to whom SJa.rIH.lradfard County 'CERMENARO has mode NOTICE Approximately 391 1982 at 7:00 p.m..Jn the
notk. was mall.d that Florida application acres In Sections 24. 25. Commissioners, Room of
i Public Notice challenges the validity of 12/09.tch1l12/3O for for SPECIAL Cocktail EXCEPTION BRADFORD COUNTY and 26 Township 8 South the Bradford County Courthouse

the will the qualifications NOTICEOF Lounge business No. 1 to ZONING BOARD Is advertising Range 22 Eat, 'located on at which:tlm. all
,..I-lI'UlOITuaut. of the personal I represen INTENTIONTO for reclassification of th. East and West sides of persons Interested shall be
._-.....__Ss.w 4M 1,1.,r e.rYr. I..l..I..Y.__.M.YiaW__r.x tali,.. venue, or jurisdiction REGISTER the Starke Board of Adjustment the described S.E. 43rd: Street (Speedvllle heard for or against' the
... _.. ... that Is property
uYN.All.1Y.rwN.lr 1.x h. __, on property I;
leerM fill W J1W.M'
... of the court. FICTITIOUS NAME '' ) starting proposal,' as In
I-rule Up"w ..._.M..MLY.Yn, classified ..3 and described below from RSF-I approximately specified
..... ..... .. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Residential IVi miles South of the Zoning Code'a'lBFad-
c.o. ......W_.n.r1.,r oIo/i1.M le/1...W III ____r teNrMW below: ( Single ,
W tOOl_,.. NOT SO FILED WILL Pursuant to Section approximately' 3V4 Famlly.1).0) RSF-MH Hwy. 100. .ford County. ... ',
HN'NAL.CWLlIU<< IIWIIIIG EZPENWTU.llc.1 BE FOREVER BARRED. 865.09. Florida Statutes, ocrelocatedonWestsld. (Residential' Single This change In Allen.Richardson.

Publication of this Notk. notke hereby given that of North Temple Avenue Family/Mobile HomeMlx.claaalflcallla.ubIKttaa.. ; -. Chairman
r.0.r.YW.M s.aLCnlnir_ has begun on December. the undersigned ARCHIELEE ed). public hearing to be held Bradford County
north of Bradford
.. County
.wNr __ _.
.-- seer-I rear ._ CIMUI 09. 1982. WESTFALL. sole' or joint Courthouse for Cocktail on Tuesday. December 28, 'Zonlng8oardnee
VIE Personal 1 Representative. business' .
DOU owner doing n 12/091khg
cow c.o .
lit In uI mL Rt. 1. lox 328 CRAWFORD TIRE GARAGE -- .
/.car...I ." m N ... Brooker Florida Section 21, Township 6 ..
32662 .
;;;. _. 2163 N. Temple' Ave.. '
South 22 East. -
.. ..ftr. Attorney for Stark. Florida 32091. Intends .... 6 .
The Storke Board of Adjustment _
,.. -
( .UI .. Personal Representative. : to register sold fictitious will conduct =_ :_- 1fT 1t./CNIp
I 'ft 'ft James V.WalkerWlldt name und.r the a ..JL: JU ,, :
t.Lrnn' public hearing at their '
j NI ... W Y.r Quesada and aforesaid statute. "" .,
...".. Walker P.A. Dated this 6th day of regular meeting held at II ..crx.T'Z .gyp
7.00 P.M.. In the Council IlO F ..
: ... 2320 kd.pad.nt Square December 1982. A.D. In
Room of
I.N. IYI Stork.
City Hall. nrur
... a. 41.NYe Jackso ,ill.. Florida 32202 Bradford County. Florida. r 91
.. Telephone: 904-355-44O3 J 12/09.tpd 12/30 Thompson Street Starke. Ltan toe litres R
Florida' text
on Thursday
I ..M.. ::4I -n.",, :. ... _- 12/092tchg 12/16 December 30 1982. a sAt
I .. .
r. NOTICEOf NOTICEOF this time all persons n r loo
..,.. ..
I'I. aJ op a.L INTENTIONTO 'will be heard concerning' "110""' _It pr ti
r... SHERIFFS SALE REGISTER this application as
1It. 1- .v-- FICTITIOUS NAME specified In the
.c..c_ toning n f )
I '.. Notice to hereby given I codes of the city of Stoike. ITT s/nTttinnt ua 11M+
11.11..-... that I I. Dolph E. Reddish as Pursuant to Section L.M. Gaines 'eo Lr.L .fxxn.r o ,

.___ ". Sheriff of Bradford County. r 165.09., Florida Statutes, Director. Stark Bd.of Ad). soIalorl w c w sty

,: 'u I'" .. ... Florida under and by vir notke is hereby given that 1tchgW09 a Luars .s 1 1N"
Ile rp.W_ tu* of Writ of Execution. the undersigned.{ JOHN E. 20 rat

11.:U kM:..._. .r ... .. '. fo-witc \1 CURIES a LYNN CHANCEY NOTICE eernxts'L3 .
""'\ Execution Issued out sole or Joint owners, doing asa.0efh..br' '
4i i of Circuit Court of Union business. under the firm EUGENE F. SHAW has : > ? + 124
'1._- ._" .a .n County. FIarIdo pursoou ''name of C C MINI- made application! to the WOOO p .
"4 .n ... to e Final Judg."''''' for : STORAGE 1640 South Storke Zoning and Planning Zi'' ;, .' o
.r.I James Gasklns d/b/o 'Walnut Street. Stark.. Board for rectosstfka- .- '.i
If....._ w w O'Steen and Gasklns Florida 32091 Intends to lion of the property f.; fYa aMl4 ;f' A

M$. .cca""C"ION_T..Yr, ...rr....__rY/. ..s.1YMrrr ..LarYN I,Chemical Supply and Fertllliers. register said fictitious described below from R1Cecre : iO WOi a
.a Yin and against. name under th* aforesaid to 1-2 approximately one rye e0 v'b rSN.
n.1 r 'J1. / M.M I I ..riseW Thomas Hamilton and statute. located. South of Courthouse s, .
i r LaTrelle Hamilton his Dated mis 30th day of on North TempleAve. 5ANM L to
.. t.... .; _. _. I _..::-._ I _'_H_ I. wife Jimmy Hamilton and November A.D.. 1982 InStaftc. .. parcels 2404 and ; c
Vi :
I M.N Dorothy Louis Hamilton.MswtfndZ.W.Zedro. .. Florida. 2404-001 kt Section 21. I/ ; t
ItT '
J'. :- :ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ) 12/02 4 chg 12/23 Township 6 South Rang.22's r aaa.rR a .

; East to put existing 1 .21.T f +a
THAT GENERAL REVENUE SHARING- business' In proper t $ : is

TUAL USEi-REPORT FOR THE BRADFORD NOTICE 'Zonintl I Plorttag Board dassH kaMon and for Cam 2f ,
will conduct: public hearing munity Iuai_... S err 22 s
COUNTY''..' $OARD OF' ,COUNTY COMMIS" 'W.D. DAVID Ha mode op- at their" regular This Chang In ct.aH1co- r p i

STONERS is AVAILABIE: IFOR PUBLIC INSPECTION .plication for SPECIAL ExCEPTION meeting MId at 7:00: P.M.", icon to subject to a public ..
: : '
far Package Store .,ln the County Commission, ,hearing to be held onThursday.
'.n'IE REPORT AND 'TIlE SUP- (alcoholic beverages) No. meeting roans of the svad- o.cama30., R 11
PORTING to the Bradford County ford County Cavrtnouso, tW2 *t 7:30 P. M., In the i
; WInCH I Board ofproperty AdfMtmanM en ,Stork. AorIdJI.,_ Twee- Council Boom In the Stork.' 0
THE REPORT WAS PREPARED ARE ON' ; that. to OaseMed .dW. D.ewub.r 28. 1M2. City Had on Thompson'Street. ': f .
,cord 4McrtI...j below: and U.coramado, Stark. Florida. At,
.. ,FILE AT BRADFORD 'COUNTY; :COURT- Located to Midway Shoplsu .Ilan I.0w L.d/vd Count, this Mm all persons Ire .0 !!I ei

.' :IiOCISE IN THE CLERK'S FINANCE DEPART- :... c.nw. ..... ........ I Beard of Agwaen" tt. orr .......... IhaI1 Md" i9tm 'FE. ,.
hwset ol KeystoneHterrM.onHwy.21lnSec (caning fibs 'SPECIAL IX.lCVTION : ,'of oonlnst the ......-aI.Z. ..;;1 ;1t
.. MEN'n-VROM:1f:( O a.m. T0 5:00 p.m:, ON MON.. ; ''I epplkoKon .o );apocJfIocf In' ten/M Zen : L;liS(i!!, I!

DAY RU.*RIDAY.ELLERSON. -- -1 j!..on 3*. Tewnsnl I Iou..'' :.pecatad. I,tit tht' %OftIng'. Code ol l'City of Stork*... I, R( e 36 44 211 :
4n. *. 22 East .
In .e
Y parcel ,Cads. of /rd .,., tDkicNr. .
ItITIltJt : ':.IIO-COI. to Haw Mia of'' LM.o.- w&.rwakotfciairmon, ... ; -.......... ... ,
; 'I.d bawwrogn hiTh ., .I.C.I.Ai Stark*Zoning&flannlno' ;
'I, ,COm FINANCE DIRECTOR .. T-. _" ., l......... ....... .i( Ae lkkgl2/09- T: poardPItchg .':! '" N 111nw4.'".son I :)

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I CTC Christmas Party Did You Know ........ .."......... ....... .......................'..,.................................,..............,....,.................

.. d. At Country Club .- '
at the 7th annual Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Ned of
Square dancing
Mrs. Nela McGee returned Tuesday visiUM.his
Continental Thanksgiving holidays Houston Texas have been
f Telephone Co. had Holiday Happening at Jekyll Island,
after in Alachua General Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Don NCef! the
BIRTHS Christmas dinner and party last surgery Georgia last weekend were Barbara to Sunday in Lakelandwith parents,
''\''''",,- Thursday night Dec. 2, at the Starke Hospital. and Melvin Prevatt May and Harry their daughter Mrs. Kathleen past week.
Golf and Hatcher Velmarle and Curtis Ed- McNeely and daughter Michele.
Mr. and Mrs.Gene Wiggins of Fair Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frick were in
The 40 CoUn5ub. They spent Monday and Tuesday in
included wards, Kay and Mac McKinley
burn,Ga.spent Wednesday to Sunday Mich. Saturday to
the Emma Winter Park visiting Mr. Thomas'sister. Detroit to Monday
and Mr. Sharon and Morris Williams,
and Mrs. Bob Powell of Marianna with his mother, Mrs. Orie Wiggins.Starke Jean and Norman Redding, Sandra Mrs. C. M. Fowler and Mrs. attend the funeral of his brother.
Charles Arthur Johnson were seated at round tables centered and Jim Duncan, Carol and Mac Thomas attended a Florida Division Frank Frick on Monday.Mr. .
with arrangements of holly. Baldwin, Roy and Hazen Hall from UDC District Director's meeting in
and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief visited
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Arthur During the evening Mr.Powell,Service Keystone Heights and Margie and Orlando Monday and Tuesday.
Bells and
the birth of Superintendent presented Jack Tomblin of Interlachen. Mrs. Sybil GwendolynKing
Johnson announce a son,
Charles Arthur born Nov, 20 at awards to: Johnny Covington,15 year Elem. ChorusTo in Quincey over the weekend.PUBLIC
Orange Park Community Hospital. award; Ray Tyson. 10 year award
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Oletta Hardenbrook, 10 year aware i Present
Mrs. Charles Coburn, Starke. Pater and five year awards to DenIse Nor- "Christmas In the AI,"
nal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. man, Mary Manning and Dianne
Frank Johnson of Keystone Heights. Graudons.I Starke Elementary school chorus
Maternal great grandparents are Mr. will present their annual Christmas
and Mrs. Malcolm Bryant of Starke, program Thursday, Dec. 16, at 7:30
great great grandmothers are Mrs. p.m. in the BHS Auditorium.The NOTICE
Elizabeth Coburn of Gainesville and The William Haas theme this year is "Christmasin
Mrs. Lovella Green of Irving Texas. the Air in Songs. Accompanying
Dinner HostsMr.
Paternal great grandparents are the chorus will be a band ensemble \ I
: Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Keystone comprised of: flute-PatU Mullins, :
: Heights and Mr. Shirley F.Johnson of and Mrs. William Haas gave a saxophone-Mike Christmas, trumpet-
Branford and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett dinner party Nov. 26 at Western Steer Kevin Scheetz, bass guitar-Cathy
: M. Norton Sr. of KIngsley Lake and Steak House for their son. Dale and Gilder piano-Lavon Drivas drumsB. FEDERAL
: great great grandmother is Mrs. fiancee, Ella Hall following the conpie's J. Reddick bells-Laurie McKin- REVENUE SHARING
Jerusha Johnson of Perry. wedding rehearsal.The ney. The program is under the direction
shaped tables were covered
of Lavon Drivas.
with white lace cloths. An arrange-
Matthew Charles Coty ment of silk flowers in shades of RS-9F IS NOW AVAILABLE
UMW Coffee Dec. 4
.' orange peach and beige was used at
i Mr and Mrs. Charles Coty of Tam the head table with ivy and cut At J. T. CarversMrs.
: pa announce the birth of a son, Mat- flowers down the center of the other FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION AT
: thew Charles, born Nov. 26 in St. tables. A. J. Eaves and Mrs. J. T.
: Joseph Hospital, Tampa. The 32 guests Included the wedding Carver gave a Coffee Friday, Dec. 4,
: Maternal grandparents are Mr.and party, immediate families and out-of- at the home of the latter on Country
Mrs. Frank Mitchell of Starke. Paternal town guests.During Club Drive honoring the executive LAWTEY CITY HALL.
: grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Al the dinner the young couple committee of the United Methodist
Coty of Boca Raton. presented gifts to their attendants. Women.
The home was gayly decorated for
the occasion in the Christmas motif. Lucille Shuford
Sarah Renee Wilson The Coffee table was covered with a
linen off-white cloth and centered
Mr. and Mrs. John Timothy Wilson Did You Know........... with a holiday centerpiece of pink
announce the birth of a daughter cones,greenery,red bows,and ribbon City Clerk
.Sarah Renee, born Dec. :S I in Orange Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker and flanked by red tapers.
Park Community Hospital. family of Miami were Thanksgiving Assisting the hostesses were Mrs.
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Era weekend guests of Mrs. Edna Wells James Everett and Mrs. Steve Kroll.
.Geiger and the late Otis Geiger of and Mrs Carolyn Redgraves. Forty guests were invited to call
Starke. Paternal grandparents are between the hours 10 a.m. and 12
Col. and Mrs. William Wilson of noon.

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A.O.R.N.for Dec.MeetingSet 13 ,

'. T WEpogsli
The Gainesville Area Association of TM
Operating Room Nurses is having a
pot-luck buffet at the home of Martha
Botsford, 9124 S.W. 81st Way,
Gainesville, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m.
Members may bring a friend or .
The drawing of the "Baskets of
Cheer" raffle will be held at that -
time. There will not be a business

meeting.For Ronda more. Bryant information,call 495-2968. gh 1/4/ Ibl 1 : SINGLE I

Celebrates Birthday

Ronda Kimberly Bryant.youngest nl 4s4 ..HAMBURGER.j I
"bi' daughter of Mr and Mrs.,,Roy E. ;
Bryant celebrated her tenth birthday
on Thanksgiving day with a party

dish following dinner.a Thanksgiving covered IS HERE

The turkey, ham and all the trimm- .
ings dinner was served to the 23 fami-
ly members which included out of
state visitors. Dinner was served in

Bryant the back on yard SR-16E.gazebo of Mr. and Mrs. IF YOU HURRY -- I

: A"
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"Stark. Elem. Chorus ..
', .
., ;To Present ...'. I.t.. .

i c.: .'."Christmas in the Air" } ',"', ,
..d i t'o-'( I: 1e 1 .
IT Elementary school chorus '
n, .will' present their annual Christmas I ; ... .
't t oifl program Thursday Dec. 16, at 7:30: .'\f f.:. ; ?'!; ',:.
p.m. in the Bus Auditorium. 5-r + -...
r.cwbioThe theme this year is "Christmas 'A:'4 ',' .. -
0101 in*the Air in Songs." Accompanying I.

v nut the chorus will be a band ensemble ,.'
t ,ixx com prised of: flute-Patti Mullins,
0. ?saxophone-Mike Christmas, trumpet- r -_.
Kevin Scheetz bass guitar-Cathy ":. : ". =
Grider",piano-La von Drivas, drumsB =
,.J. 'Reddi bells-Laurie, McKin- ::t. m

*direction I.....w. ..h. ti. .. .......,
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Mrs. J. C. Dukes '"
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Shower.. Honoree ."..',, st'.i} '. I ==

rMrs.. J. C. honored ,",. = :'
was at a 1
7"stork ) Saturday' Nov. 20, from '... ..''I:".' .&.t"Aa. ., >>.iI'+ .... =__=
10 to 11 :r; /I"I" "
a.m. noon given by Mrs. Curtis '
: Edwards, Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. E
Phillip Johns Mrs.Gerald Wilson and -.
Mrs. R. M. ,f.', +..f ,. .. -
Autry at the home of the I
"' ,
p =
latter In Country Club Estates. '''''".; fr.. .,.. I = ,
The refreshment table was covered =
with a off-white lace cloth over yellow '::1 1,11, '." : == ,

satin and centered with a pink and ':1",: ] -- I ','

and Edwards blue spiced silk presided flora tea service.arrangement.at the silver coffee Mrs. .: < NOW THRU DEC. 23, YOU :. z '

Mrs. Dukes was assisted by her : '
sister Mrs.Desso Forman In opening : CAN .( : '
her gifts. GET A SINGLE HAMBURGER f ; :

i, Discovery Madison Crusad.St. Church ProgramAt FOR 25(: WHEN YOU PURCHASE. ;;; t 1,

Members of Madison Street Baptist ANY r
Church cordially: invite each and SANDWICH OR SALAD ITEM. ;J(
everyone to attend the Discovery IP1M3

Crusade program now In progress at .Wooodr'.Iww.rwd" .low.A*Kohu.....-... .
the church. %d..dl. b.S..v a awl ..:::2: )i
Evangelist Mike GUchrist will bet ._....e _e .ee .. r . .. . . ... . .. ... .- --

guest speaker. Services begin at 7:30: _

and p.m.9:49 Wednesday am. on Sunday through morning.Saturday. i= ASINGLEFOR25 : i ASINGLEFOk25 : ASINGLEFOR25 I '

Club Duplicate Results Bridge. with the purchase'of any I with.the purchase of any U with the purchase of any ,i

'It.1.: Betty Riddle and Barbara Snipes of' :''i; '..' sandwich or salad item. : sandwich or salad item. : sandwich or salad item. 'e i

Lake City were the winning couple at C*
8 I I
Duplicate Bridge e,Tuesday night.r Cood at parlkipaUnt Wendy's. ta.d. it' Wendy's... .1 .
participating Good
,"'' Charles Riddle and Jack Burnett of .' ,' Please Not valid present with any coupon other offer or KIDS' fUN. PAK.,!,. ..I Not valid. with any other offer or KIDS'FUN PAK TM' Nut valid at participating with any other Wendy's.oner or KIDS'P\JN. PAKT* ,!
Lake City were second and Margie when a coupon. : Please present coupon
ordering. wIwnuzmamt U
Thomson and LucWe Green of Starke One j when ordering; I I
were third. 5. Cheese' coupon, bn.aeobn.seop 'extra customer.and' r One coupon per customer.)! I' I One coupon per customer. _
the benefit | Cheese tomato extra and'. Cheese tomato I
C FAt; 'month tournament Foundation last tile't OFFER tax extra EXPIRES where applicable. lax extra where applnabk. 1 tax extra where applicable extra and .
National received S December 1 A OFFER EXPIRES I ,
I $125,000 from ACBL Charity FoundaUon. Leerrest.5-r..rr December 23.1 1982, December 2J. r
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Cubed Steak S2 150.1 Sausage Cream Cheese .zz, 69 Us:
SKINNED AND DEVEINED r Meat Bologna _tOoa a, $119 10' PANTRY PRIDE
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I 1tAU the pro-game buildup was overthe. look at the scorebook and see the first The rallying Tornadoes pulled intoa //t9'1 ir i
I .elegibility of 6-4 transfer student 3 games (losses to Clay, Lake Butler 51-51 tie, and actually had a chanceto .
from New Jersey named Cecil and Orange Park) have been lost in win in regulation. !
Wright, but once the clock started it that 3rd period.We came out and won BHS had the ball with the score ,
:jwas! a &-2 BHS senior who is Just nowmaking It and that Iced it up. We came out even and some 40 seconds to go and \
a name for himself who car- there and played tough in the second worked for the last shot but didn't geta
fled' a loud BHS crowd Intottndemonlum half." rood one. _
with the school's first Carter did most of his damage early 'It wasn't the kids fault we didn't a
basketball victory since Feb. 14,1981, canning his first 8 shots. While get a good shot off,"Sexton said. "We ( ,
Tuesday night Santa Fe was throwing in Jumpers had used our last timeout with 40 I
!Senior Gary Carter exploded for 30 from downtown Carter kept the pace seconds to go when we got the ball I II
>rots on 13-oM4 shooting Including 7 by hitting 17 of the Tornadoes'211st back and just didn't have another one
ffensive rebound baskets, and haul- quarter points. to get things set up for the last shot.
i id! down 11 boards in all, to lead the 14 of those points came in the final The kids did a good Job" IJ
Tornadoes to a 65-36 thrashing of San- minutes and 54 seconds as Carter put In overtime Orange Park's Rodney
\ at on a clinic. Welch the game's high scorer with 21 : J
t4Fe homeTuesday, : first after 3 After the Raiders jumped in front points, hit a pair) of foul shots to give,' I ;" /I i ,
fosses r this season, stopped a 29-game 13-6 he took a lob pass and turned it into the Raiders the lead and BHS couldn't':
t streak that dated all the way a 3-point play to cut the gap to 13-9. get on the Scoreboard In the extra l l1r
Kng to a 41.28 victory over Mid- 20 seconds later he worked open for minutes dropping to 0-3 with the '+P s
0Ieburg in the 198041 campaign.!. an inside bank shot on a high post defeat.
liThe win was something different pass from Wright and was fouled.
for:BHS, but for Carter the performance Carter missed the free throw but Thursday a Disaster...
: was just more of the same for Wright skied for the rebound was Last Thursday's game was a : ," 4 4. ,
j 1982. He hit 8-of-9 shots from the floor fouled and hit 1 of 2 charity tosses to disaster and an embarrasing one at :
\ irTan overtime loss to Orange Park make it 13-12 Santa Fe. that as BHS resumed its basketball
Friday and thus'is an incredible 21 19 seconds later Carter was back at rivalry with Union County High
l for his last 23 shots (91 percent) He it, grabbing an errant shot and layingit School in Lake Butler and fell 40-31.
r pumped his scoring average up to 15.8 in. And the next two times .
per game with Tuesday's explosion. downcourt he grabbed misses and put _SwMfe II\1 e f It* 1C II M MnefMd
'Wright meanwhile, didn't the ball back in. With 39 seconds to go SANTA6 Bulea It, Ruihing IS, Johnson 4,
dominate, and had to wait till the in the half BHS patiently worked the Williams 1, Parker 1,Cununlngi 1. TeMii IMAOroeot aisaa.
post-game celebration to throw down ball around before Mark Pierce found .
Bellamy S-3 15,Francis 11.15,Norman
one of his two-fisted slam dunks but Carter open inside. The dependable a 04 4, Watkins 1 Ml S, Carter 11 44 30,
he did help. The pogo-legged junior senior banked the ball in, was fouled, Johnson 0 CHI< 0, Pierce! 10-31. Chandler 10-03,
grabbed 11 rebounds to share board and completed a 3-point play. AU.00-00.Wright a 1-2 s.TMriu*s f-IT. M.OreeFerk r ,
honors with Carter hit 5 points, and From down 13-6 Carter and the Tornadoes ,
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denied the middle as the Raiders set- had pulled in front 21-17, and II II I If ||
tled for outside jump shots. BHS never again trailed. otAMOl Max Bellamy 4, Wood 12, Bataon 7, ___ _
Engel 8, Bliffen 3. Welch 21.,_ I* IMS M.MAOKMOI w '- -
-Santa Fe's reliance on the 15-20 foot For the most part the shot chart "
jumper spelled its doom especially in Tuesday looked like BHS was 11.13,Watkins Bellamy 1 0-J 11-1'a.Carter,Francis a 2.411 00-00,Johnson,Norman Past Losing Streak, Tornado Cagers Eye '82-83 Season...
the second half. The Raiders hit just shooting layup practice. Besides 1 04 a,Pierce a 1-4 ia.Chandler 3 1-a 7,Allen 20.04. With behind them thanks to
a 29-game losing string a I Francis. Back from left. Cecil
Wright Gary
of 47) of their shots hit TeMhl at Mt II, Row.
32 percent (15 Carter's 13-< Santa Fe the Bradford
over Tuesday night High
romp Carter, coach Mike Sexton. Daren Chandler, Tommy
Bradford's torrid
compared to 58 per- Wright 2-4, John David Francis 2-2.
6r.d.d 1111.1.11 basketball team is looking for more success this season. Johnson and Emmett Watkins.
cent (28 of 48). and Sam Norman 2-4. _r".11 7 la i t. N Pictured are front row from left,Sam Norman. Mark
Leading 29-23 at halftime the Tor- Pierce led in assists with 4, while MAOKMOt Bellamy 04',Francis CHI',Norman Pierce Grank Allen Robert Bellamy and John David
nadoes busted the game wide open in Emmett Watkins and Daren Chandler 0 04 0,Watkins 3 04.Carter 1&-77,Johnson
0 04 0,Pierce 0 the 3rd period, outscoring the visitors both had 5 rebounds to support Carter II ..,.(I..
16-3 in that stanza..Sophomore and Wright on the boards. UNION COUNTY Henderson ia,George 15,Webb
guard Robert Bellamy t, June a, Edwards 2.TeMhi I*Ht... ... .
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succession to start the spurt and
ended with 15 points. Behind superb play by senior for KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
"Robert got us going with those 4 ward Gary Carter the Tornadoes
1 shots in a row and we got hot," a rallied from down points in the final Now Appearing at the
relieved BHS coach Mike Sexton minutes against taller Orange Park CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
noted,',afterwards. "The difference and sent the home opener at BHS into
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VeniceThe r' 5Ir BETTER! I

Jr.Pee Wees of Bradford Coun- OUR : r

ty put a capper on a fine season with WORKSHOP
an exciting 18-13 win over the Venice l
Knights in "Viking Bowl" in Venice
last weekend. Fri. Sat. .
The bowl trip, which was the first ., ,
out-of-town bowl trip where the Jr. 9 9,10,11
Pee Wees have won, was two days of (
fun and happiness for the boys and ,
to 5
their family. 28 of the 30 team pm
members made the trip and most all
of the parents participated. Mothers, tested by a factory
fathers, uncles, aunts, sisters and Fact-filled pamphlets on
brothers all made the
weekend to
cheer the boys on. The "Viking.Bowl" Champion Pee Wees of be done to conserve the hearing

It was a planned trip to let the boys Members of the- Bradford Jr. Pee- Wee team that won FREE of charge.
know they had one more chance to be the Viking Bowl in Venice Florida are:
number one Front row left to right. Henry McCutcheon Terry '
And the team came through, Berry. Jamie Bowen, Michael Wise Chris Noegel
defeating a Knight team that had won Lance Wiggins, (front) mascot Seeable Padgett, Shane
10 out of 11 games. The Jr Pee Wee Ward. Kelsey Thomas, Daniel Moss, and Ricky ,
Cowboys finished their own season Whitaker. .
with 8 wins, against a lone loss and a 2nd row. I. to r., Gale Hampton Gerald Bradham, ,
tie, thanks to the bowl championship. Dante Williams Daryl Gnann Anthony.. Wood. Kenneth_ .

ri Music Men Qualify \

Starke's Music Men were second to Chestnut's ;

Funeral Home of Gainesville in the seven-team District .
tournament in Gainesville last weekend and as one of
the top 3 district teams will be making another return ; '
trip to the state men's flag football tournament. I.
Music Men's trip to Palm Beach County for the Dec. wearing one!
18-19 state tournament will be the local ballclub's third
straight venture to state as they were!! district champs in
,; 1980 and '81. 1/2 PRICE
At district's last weekend the local 4-time league
champs opened with a rousing 40-12 blasting of HolidayInn
I Coastal Fence of Silver Springs (Ocala) Friday of batteries during the workshop
night and slipped by Jack's Crusaders of Gainesville
for cent!
30-29 Saturday morning, but were beater by Chestnut's, pack only
the Gainesville league 3rd placer, 37-13 in the winner's '
bracket finals. to bring a friend with you.
Music Men earned another shot at Chestnut's with a
19-0! blanking of Jack's that sewed up second place. But
in the title game of the double-elimination tourneyChestnut's ) '
hung a 19-7 defeat on Music Men to capture
the district crown. .. :< .
-.-.- -" --" Starke's other entry in the district tourney h,()'3teen & ., Starke, FL 32091
Music Men quarterback CHRIS Roberts, lost two tough ballgames by a total of 10 points
I CHANDLER directed his team to the O&R gave Chestnut's trouble before falling 25-21 in the
local league title, and then fired 14 first round Friday night, and lost to Jack's 31-25 in the :
touchdown passes at District's. elimination round. t
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The Music Men unleashed its speedy offense and .O&R added one final score when Erie
I takeaway defense to score a 41-21 men's flag football !the defense on a 4th down play and took i ;
win over O'Steen It Roberts last Wednesday at Bradford Bill Goodge for a 44-yard TD. Goodge ,
High. The victory sewed up a 4th straight local league the conversion pass that made the final
i crown for the winners, who 'are headed to the state Early in the game broth teams flexed ; .
' tourney for the 3rd consecutive year (see separate muscle and traded scores. ""
" On its first possesstonO&R: drove
) Music Men used 3 interceptions to break up what wasa only to have Haile steal an interception ,
close game for most of the first half. at the 11. On its first play Music m8Wa"V Y'
With 53 seconds to go before halftime and his team up perfect flea-flicker a pass from
just 20-15 Music Men's Darryl Hale picked off his second pitched to Bass! for a 69 yard scamper
interception to set up the score that broke O&R'a made it &-4).
back. Quarterback Chris Chandler hit Leroy Davis for a But O4R punched right bark with
14 yard gainer to the O&R 17, and then with just secondsto Doug Barnett down the middle for a
go, hit James Reed for the TD. A Chandler to Mike run score.
Chandler conversion pass opened the halftime gap up to A 7-yard TD pass from Chandler to 1
2715. version keeper by Chandler put Music
The 4-time champs came right out in the second half to OAR marched right downfield with
score: on an 8 yard pass from Chandler to Glen"Beaver" Bo.Griffis hooking up on a S.yard pass i
DeSue and it was 33-15 and the issue was pretty much Goodge ran to the corner for the f'
After an Avery. Shell interception Music Men back on top 1514.
t4cked on another score with 8:30 to go, Chandler scoring A :34 yard pass from Chandler to .'
on a 0 yard keeper A 2-point option run made it 41-15 back up:20-15 with :27: to go in the half.played

I (Powder Puff GaInes Set al BUS Dec. f-

The familiar roles of fall will be starting at 7 p.m. at Brad- Then in quarter'3,
s ritched Saturday night, Dec. 18, at ford Stadium. All the classes will be hatttime break the
adford High School when the girls involved in the event, which is sponsored and 2 will meet,
Jl be competing on thefootball by the sophomore class to period for the
f eld and the boys' will be on the raise money for their projects.In champ will pit the
a elines in a Bradford High School the 1st quarter the juniors and and 2 against each .
twer Puff football evening. seniors will clash. In period two the After the game
**ar-TOJT IrMW*'.games will bel sophomore and freshman will play. held in the :
"I miss you very much"is
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$i *.. .' SUNBELT There was a time when i

Fall Ia'to GHSTheinaxlmu :: : you waited fora special occasion .

"... to call: To announce a <

,.,number of team HEATING t. wedd!1g.When a baby was '

points to be had in a 13-match wrestling born. Or!to say "hello at ,
contest is 78 and Bradford High's holiday times.
Tornadoes and Gainesville High used : )
all of them last Friday. Every match Today almost any occasion ;
was 6-point swing to somebody, r will do.To catch with
either being a pin or forfeit. -
Unfortunately for BHS the Hurricanes i the news...to share a special ,

(2-0) won 9 of the individual moment. hear a friendly 'I
bouts to score a 54-24 victory. .' '
voice far
Now 1.1 the Tornadoes visit class 4A away. .
Lake City-Columbia High tonight, It means so much-and ?

Thursday, Dec. 9.. costs so little (especially : r f.
In last week's match the'BITS winners
were Tom Pierce, in the 114 when you call direct after :

pound class, Michael McDuffIe 147Teddy MONITOR to, 5 pm or on weekends).
Bresee at 169,: and Donald INTRODUCING THE NEW MONITOR
Thornton at heavyweight as all four HEATING SYSTEM. KERO-SUN'S" Turn an ordinary minuteintoamemofablernomenL II.
pushed their Individual marks to 2-0. CONVENIENT SOLUTION TO THE HIGH ,
McDuffle took Just 47 seconds for a Call
WARMER CLIMATES. -x someone love
pin Pierce decked his man In 1:20: you
Bresee went 3:41: before putting his Kero-Sun*Introduces a heath Concerned" long distance today.
opponent on his back, and Thornton revolutionary new vented convenience?The J.:
won by forfeit for the second straight kerosene heating system.The system can be : .I Ir!
Monitor" system.it delivers up to large outside fuel
week., 30,000 BTU's of pure heat with the need for daIlY
4 Take Golds At MlddleburgFour remarkable fuel efficiency in fact. Easy to Install.
:BItS wrestlers Its one of the most fuel-efficient maintenance-free Continental telephone
won gold heating systems In the world.That
and listed by
medals' at a freestyle invitational
means yearlong savings for laboratories The Long Distance...
tournament held at Middleburg. High Sunbelt homeowners who use the system. Now ,
you get theshortest distance
Saturday, Nov. 27. Monitor- system as their main of kerosene heating
In the vanity class Michael McDuf- heating source.Or as heat for anew convenience of between_ two people.
fle took tat at 147 and Tom Pierce won addition. Start saving. today. ,
at 114..Also, Timmy Nugent won the The Monitor" system'
.:V, 11. pound class, Bobby King won automatically regulates heat MONITOR'* HEATING !
the 157-pound JV class,' and BHS output to give you even constant SAVE YOU MONEY !
assistant wrestling coach' Danny warmth.,without costly wasted; YOUR HOML : : .
Nugent 'won the senior 147-pound .
clau." 'V-" .' ,'*'I.- .
Bradford wrestlers added 3 more '.' "
bronze medals as Donald Thornton in ; #0-42023
vanity.unlimited Patrick' Gibbs at STARKE .
'and Williams at JV .' .,
JV 134, Anthony ; ,
121, all took third places." \ \
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Dent En*** Safe
take his title while Timmy i l "
had a'lit period pin, a second period f r' w.mwacowa+m'snwwn' Law Mfwtn .
pin, and easy?,decision and. Jtin8.. Wt also. .kavt. KCTOXIM '322 S. Wal-.iai I
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New Football Districts Announced ; Tornadoes Join 8-AA League ..

v. ( Tb fcCrri ,a Sri' f'r' ._ ?. ?. schools and get a balance between last year before being whomped by
1('(, class 2A football all over the state as Dixkrlw' home and away games. Palatka 42and St. Cloud, which
Hardee'Cocoa MMrMFtftM
it the FHSAA executive committee <.Wlton Perry-Tayki*' Alachua Santa F..* .' >T.v.t'Um.lIl.\) Wauchuia- Boca Raton Paul* BHS must play the other lour teamsin finished 9-1 this season.
I Saturday approved the lineup for 16new PACE c.hJe: and Boca Raton Andrews the district Hawthorne, Interlachen. Also, Santa Fe, Baker County, and
j' 2A gridiron districts. pmucoUi CatholicBomrayHolmea Cray NEWBERRY City Beach Ft. L. PINECREST Keystone, and Lake Fernandina Beach from nearby are
Bradford High School will be a big Dk..le Ts Baldwin DtetrtffPIv* Williston01lTIIIC'T *i,' CIcarwatOT, : ""..*.1 Catholic__ Ft.MEL Pierce CATHOLIC Carroll Riviera Bach'mdldu..w Butler- to compete for the District 8 sliding down. And others making the
part of that change as one of some 18 Co. wear Nu ._ Lakeland Santa F. Florida< Air Academy state playoff berth. The other six change are defending 3A baseball
,I present class: 3A schools dropping Chiplcy Fernendina Bch. HAWTHORNE PALMETTOSt.. Rot-kludge Dade Christian games could be a mixture of old state champ and basketball district
down to 2A. GKACEVILLEMurianna* Clay High IntcrlachmKeystone Sarasota Pete Catholic' St. Cloud Marathon rivals some who are also dropping champ Tampa Catholic, and
.,' As expected, the Tornado football Vernon JAX.aoLLEs J... Episcopal *HeightsBr.dr.rd Tampa Catholic Mooney bknka r.w.yy.CLEWISTON Miami Belen Curley'Miami down to 2A,some who aren't,and new Rockledge, a region baseball champin
i team will compete along with Neaae Tampa Temple Hta. Miami GulliverRantom 2A foes. 3A last year.
Hawthorne, Interlachen, Keystone Dl.lrt.t T1 rBlountHtuwn .. Baker County'adNd$1. Union County Ft. Myera Verot EvwrtiladeaWESTMINSTER Hurse said Tuesday the Tornadoeswill BUS Principal Jim Duncan expressed
f Heights, and Union County in District WAKULLAPort I DteMctNIn. ObMMTtmfc.ArcadlaDeeoto*. Pahokee Imokalr Coral'Shore definitely be playing Macclenny pleasure with the placing of
8 for at least the next two years. In St. JIM Buahnell Avon Park which is dropping down "and probably Bradford In District 8,partly becauseno
1985 the FIISAA will again( sit down Florida Till. Bunnell.FlaglerCreer..nl Clermonl Lemon Bay St. Augustine" which isn't. district foe will be further than 25
with state-wide enrollment figures D. Bch. LOPEZ City DunnellonCromland Fort Lake Meade Placid (all CAPS are 1982 2A district "Other than that we'll lust have to miles away, and because the Tornadoes
I' and could shift the classification lines JaipurHamiltonMadinon ad.idr.e. Pieraon*Taylor DMrMtMEuatia MULBERRYSobrinK ', champs. ) wait and see how it falls into place," won't have to compete with
again to achieve their goal of balance Co.* Fla.. Deaf 4 Blind ( are teams dropping from 3A to 2A) the BHS coach noted. He's not counting perennial 2A powers such as
within Florida's four athletic on to many 2A schools knockingat Newberry, Chiefland, and Jasper,
classifications. As it stands now there his doorstep for games though. and current 3A schools such as Santa
I I are just about lOll football playing not compete for the state playoffs. What it means for BUS Is a big Gainesville with BUS athletic director Included among the teams also Fe for playoff rights.It .
schools in each classA, AA, AAA. And Jasper-Hamilton County, a change in football scheduling,and the David Hurse attending.In dropping from 3A to 2A are Marianna should be noted that the new
\ and AAAA.. member of that district in recent 1983 worksheet should begin to take the meantime, and at that which finished 10-1( this year, with a district lines has been set only for 1983
I; P.K. Yonge of Gainesville also seasons, was shifted out to a new-look shape in the next month or so. On meeting, Hurse will organize his new 42-28 win over Baker County In the football. The FHSAA will announce
could have been placed in District 8, District 4 with Madison, Monticello, Wednesday Jan. 12, a district football schedule, trying to work his Pecan Bowl, Riviera Beach Suncoast sometime In May,1983,the districting
but the Blue Waves have decided; tot and Perry. scheduling meeting will be held in open dates around those of other which made it to the class 3A finals for other high school sports

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split a pair of district 5-AAA road contests c. ... ,
last week to stay even at 2-2 for i
the season with two games left before '
the Christmas break.
The Bradford girls host Gainesville 1.5'1'
Eastside tonight, Thursday, Dec. 9, .
for a 7:30: p.m. game, and go to Mac .:
clenny Monday night Dec. 13, to close '"
out the pre-holiday slate. ; '.
I In action last week the BUS girls ,: .i\
were bombed by Gainesville High t
but turned around to whip Live ,
72.29 SPf

Oak 39-31 jumped Tuesday.BHS out. to a 16-point lead <. .;1

I could before score Suwannee's in Live Oak Lady Tuesday.Bulldogs But F1or ida' ld .

from that point on it was close with
the halftime.hosts cutting the gap to 20-16 by

"We came out in a press in the se-
cond half and did a good job on
defense," related BHS coach Gayle ,
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freshman Gloria Davis (15 boards)
:- and junior Vonda Kay Hall ((13)) paved frhe! Market Accountthat's
the way to victory Money
, Another freshman, guard Marla ;
i Reddish, led BHS in the scoring column -
with a dozen points, her high for '
the year, and Hal! added 12. A third ; : :
freshman points.starter, Connie Carter added ); better than ;

"Gloria was smoking on the boards .
and we had a lot of steals defensively :' ) '!' '
," Lee said. "I was worried about .\ \*(
Live Oak because they had scored 60 M. ,;. .
. points the other night (in a loss to e ill L: : It'jf', ,, ;. .'v.< ." .. .
, Perry), but we played a good 1; 1" .. / ync; s A ;, :;.: }J"i : q; ,', !
; v: ballgame." : ; $ I"g. t1. ;!., i'i" Ft'
I" defense.Bass had Live 9 steals Oak's to Debra lead the Wilson BHS, : : : -

who had poured in 29 points versus i" Recrd i Assets Trusl; ,
I t, Perry, was held to 2 Tuesday. ; j

;I I 'Canes Dominate...

Gainesville High's defending f .' .
district champs showed their it ,
firepower last Thursday In

I I Tornadoes Gainesville 7229.Christine, pouring. iJt on the Lady Pays 2%more than Ready Assets. \t.have to wait for a check to clear

I j Kroger's 20 points and 17 Starting December 14th, you can Or;if you choose,you also

jumped rebounds out paced to a the 22.12 GHS first girls quarter who deposit $2.500 or more in your ? s have the option of using Special Gift Offer: '

lead and built it up throughout the Florida Gold Money 'i.It.: \ i prestigious Florida A Gold Cross Pen. If you .J : .

night.Sharp guard Kelly Henderson added Market Account ''f / ;w Gold Checks (regulaopen a Florida Gold '

! 15 points and dished out 10 assists and earn 2% fi '.* tions limit the use of Account with a deposit of

for the Lady Hurricanes. more than '. third party checks to $5,000 more from
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, the losing cause, her biggest scoring whateverReady !. three per month). competitor, you'll receive

output of the young season. Hall add- Assets) ,.1-. '. w "; '. : ',y No matter which a handsome. gold Cross
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Slip to 13BHS Ready Assets. ,:f ; order is completed.That means to Florida Bank .

Great bonus. ," true liquiditywith no loss interest. ." r.
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Great incentive. But there's
ton lack of defense has been hisballclub's more. '
says a } Free checking. Instant credit. .
downfall the Baby Tornadoes
have struggled as to a 1.3 start. Unlimited access with Tillie. Invest in Florida Gold and you get Higher rates. Plus a lot more. ,

(! "We haven't played any defense Use your Florida Gold Card and H NOW Plus checking that won't cost Come to Florida Bank and ,-'. :
f'' ; yet" Sexton said after his squad was withdraw to $200 fi This added invest in the great Florida Gold
:, defeated by Santa Fe 48-35 at home you can up a you a penny: means
. I, l Tuesday. "Tonight was our worst day from your Florida Gold '*.$flexibility since you can qualify Money Market'Account. Earn

.I : game yet"Bradford pulled to within 10 at 40-30 Money Market Account. Or up to $25,000 instant credit. Never the Ready Assets rate -,

I on a Frank Long foul shot early in tne transfer funds to or from checking. an overdraft. And when you "- plus 2% NOW and

S 4th period, but the Raiders ran off 8 of In fact, with Tillie you have need to borrow money just .&i continueearning
the next 9 to assert their con ... '
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unlimited to write loan. .... \
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' Even in the lone victory, a 42-36 win market; account-24 hours a day '- '" ? '
II rl at Lake Butler last Thursday, Sexton FDIC insured No' ""'- "'"":'; .. _
-all across this great state. Just "'- :
said the defense was shabby. But the fee '
.' offense was on. : insert ,the card, touch a few brokerage I I
"We played a good offensive ., More convenience. .
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":':'I Frank Long canned 3 of the shots, Instant cash.True liquidity. 4 A is insured up to 5100,000 by the """" '. ;"..

1."; .! the and scoring nailed 3 parade of 6 free in the throws win, with to lead 11 When you invest in Florida Gold, '.*.,FDIC That's important protection ii//.:. .I';', ,: ;,1 .

points.Guard Shaun Jackson added 9 you have access to your money !.brokerage firms can't offer. There a rate 1\!"';; II. wi; '

pointsMitchell, Herbie, Kenny Cooper Holmes 8,and and Jimmy Simon in a variety of ways. Unlike Ready .-..''-.'are no brokerage fees..And best higher than't' 1- '

Sewell 4 each, aa the JV Tornadoes Assets, you can walk in to your 'of all your money is no farther Ready Assets' LATER. ,.

I' outscored the Tigers 15-8 in the 2nd Florida Bank, hand us a withaway' than your neighborhood Get all the advantages of a

i. y f.; period Cooper to,open who leads up a 21-13 BHS edge.with an 11.5 drawal order;: and we'll give Florida Bank office, Your money Ready Assets Trust plus a lot more. '

I per game scoring average, was high you cash on the spot.You don't 'is there when you need it. With Florida Gold :
I d man with 15 points against Santa Fe '
v.; Tuesday. In a 40-32 loss to Orange I' '
'''i: Park Friday, Dec. 3, Cooper had 10 ?
1 and Jackson 7.. v

5 Sports,.......Calendar.....-,. Great State. Great People. Great Bank.. ";: :
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:'I I! T.w+...D..14 reqwred.Goed Crorma pen oUar good through Jan 31. 1963. !''IT1111e the AutlmG T8er. .I5 a registered trademark. C1982. ftonda'National: Banal 01 Florida.Inc. Member FDIC.: .;. .R '
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nON/TOR l :: :'nME
Br That,Affae!.Resident* of Bradford, Union:and'" Clay Counties : .Irf1egrn.P r q Thursday December 09, 1982

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n at the County Agricultural Extension office in Starke Tuesday]:when Ben Loper
who has been growing "strawberries and everything ele'r; ,QI,his farm all his.
life, picked some bin red berries from his plot ];1'!'II'; .

The "Florida Bell" variety Mr.Loper grew is the first of t tyuo types he plantedto :
come to fruit. Most plants in the county are beginning bloom right about
now, according to County Agent Bobby Taylor. ," ,,),11 I
Mr. Loper started his plants on September 15 and they suprised l him when they
a showed so early 3/,I' ">'w *$, .' t ..;
"I've been growing them all my life and I never saw any that,looked so gixxl!& soon," he said.

Taylor said the abnormally warm winter we've been experiencing so far this
year has caused the plants to look better earlier than usual.

"The plants look are bushy right now for this time of year,'"Taylor said. They
w look real pretty but farmers don't like to see the bushmess right now because It:
could help promote diseases in March and April when they start coming In"
Yptt1R i There are 125 acres of strawberries planted in Bradford County going into( this:
r season,Taylor,said

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Harvest. Most plants are blooming... .' Far The Holidays i
Bradford County' farmer Ben Loper display tome of the "Florida Bell" Mod of the county's 123 acre of strawberry plant are beginning to bloom
strawberries he picked early this week.lie says they are!the earliest he's ever right now but every once and a while IOmt-lnalt will come out early,accordingseen
and he's been growing them all his life County Agent Bobby Taylor. f Christmas CookiesPlain f

& Fancy Even Pfeffernuesse and Springerles

Bradford ]Hotline Run by Local VolunteersBy "Imo," Fruit Cakes .. i i i

Mark Frledlin gifts and visit.with loved ones note These people got a new set of 'for people who need to talk to someone No Citrus or Peel ',74 _
BCT Staff Writer often-seen. But for many people, and friends in the Starke area recently' about their problems and : &? j.' "
Starke is.hardly an exception, the when New Horizons, a pint there are quite a few especially during :
Christmas time is traditionally full holiday season is a time of increased volunteers sponsored by the this time of year, according to Holiday Stollen < '
of cheer, and good spirits, when stress, tension and sometimes even United Methodist Church'in Starke, New Horizons volunteer Suzie Sim- : ; ;
relatives gather together, exchange suicidal thoughts for many. started a Telephone Hotline Service mons Phenniger. '
."I for one, would have never J Cookie Assortment
__ thought that this would be a season
that is hard for people but it
.;, ,",' really is," Pheeniger many said. "Another Decorative Cakes & Cupcakes
1 st' "' factor right now that is pressing on :
w r, ; many people is the bad state of the
Hr economy, I haven't seen the
T xN' o unemployment figures around here :
but they are having an impact on the
Volume of calls we re handling. Pastry Shop
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coming in Christmas can be very 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890,
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II r Dribbling Towards Special Olympics Fun...

E= North Florida Special Olympian, Including two school. gyms,and the outdoor courts at Starke Elementary.
s women from the Bradford AMoclatloa for Retarded
iia CtUiem. take part In team basketball competition at That kind of project takes help aplenty,and the event 7 PIECE POLISHED $ I 95
s last Saturdays Winter District Special Olympic got It. County Special Olympics co-coordinator Mary ALUMINUM
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1 S Howard, of BARC dark shirts), along with Starke "Things really went smooth. she said.' QT. DUTCH OVIN
? Rec.Director Cheryl Godwin left)serving referee. The qualifiers from the District games go on to the (IO" FRY LIDS PAN)
= Some ISO Special Olympians came to Starke for the Area Special Olympics set for January 14-15 1983. In
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f:. : .,, H many obligations that press down on "We find that loneliness Is probably and a half the group has been In support"The information and acceptance.comes from she said.the

them then.There are presents to buy the biggest problem our callers in this operation. various professionals we,can refer
I hard time area have," she continued. "If "We get everything from crank
and children have a you
young is
certain to if the problem too
Simmons people
callers to potential suicides,
Christmas are divorced, recently widowed or
;understanding why this
serious to handle We're talking
"Our volunteers have to for us
can't be like The last. Grandparents. have no family members around, says.
about problems' here that
have these times to be extremely flexible in that they 'people
1. uncles and aunts they might not are particulary hard
such of
have broad
have to be ready for anything at any a
and because there
seen relatives for a year or more get through simply are seriousness that we have to be ready
suddenly there'e a whole group of so many reminders around of the! ,time.
for in-
for abuse
sunmons anything Spouse
also outlined the broader
times and others are
good fellowship
them living in for a week or more.
stance,has been a problem here as it
Despite the best of intentions having." goals of the Hotline Volunteer group.
sometimes there can be stresses that The Hotline telephone number is "We have decided to make it our
can become overwhelming at this 064-6886, and the number has been goal to give our callers information and See Page Sevenil47HOLIDAY
time of year. heavily in use during the past year direction, comfort and attention

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organization to report on the success There was one other factor in her 333 FREEGiftwrop = 25-Ft. Tape DiWALT
: : of a former employee and the story of life occuring then, however, that had >:
t former Starke resident Peggy O'Neal nothing to do with school or Jour With 1-In
I .' is one we're especially proud of. nalism, which would drastically Multi-Use Light 4 Big 9-Inch PowerYOU
/ i' Peggy Is now a successful freelance change her life. She"fell in love with _
/ ,:: writer who has recently written Mr. Nearly Always Right but Not PAY Wide Miter Saw
'. a front page story for Mechanics Illustrated Afraid to Admit When He's Wrong" BladeI
0 entitled "A Practical Ap- John Elliot, then a UF student who 1799 I
/ proach to Home Solar Heating". She was completing a PhD in Mechanical .
/ ..L has also published several pieces In"People" Engineering at UF when they first 1.. .I... 1598,8;;
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, : magazine. met. omb.r. plui/ ..... ,.
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, O'Neal, who is now married and "We ran up a rather large interna- functions: ,
, lives in Spartenburg,S.C., graduated tional telephone bill while I was in .For auto von, ,"'.........,ihop f: :..
, from the University of Florida and Australia' she remembered. "I'm : .
.. began her career in Journalism with a glad Rotary International didn't haveto ,,-
, .... first obaas a photgra er-darkroom pick up that part of the tab." .ttla. .".
, -:: the Sunshine. Photo Service when she returned to the states she ---- -
, M in Fort Lauderdale worked off her obligation to the Times r-6 -= SAVE $3.81
, She then came to Starke as a Union In Jacksonville (where she had I
0 reporter-photographer for the Brad been given a leave of absence to make q 33-425
, ford County Telegraph. Her brother, the Australia trip)and then"swoopedup
I Bradford County Health Department to Spartenburg to live happily ever :
Sanitation Engineer Darren O'Neal, after with an inventor." : :2
lives here so this career But of course, the Journalism bug
I/ was a particulary: enjoyable time for had bitten, and "despite her best ef-
: her,as she related in a recent letter to forts" soon she was back writing
, Telegraph Publisher John Miller. again,this time as a freelancer a profession I1I a I
j "You know I miss North Florida she is quite proud of. n rho
I ..: ': very much" she writes "All of the "I get angry when people ask 15,09J/AtUE
, ( I '. helpful hints and writing habits I picked wether I'm doing -this because I'm UL12a 1088 k
...''1:. up at Telegraph have helped pregnant(I'm not) or because I can't

I .,."I-,st1.,.>'moved me out oo.of".- .' tight' *.spots..... since*"* I The'truth find Jobd've is I was turned ready down a go few Into')"*- :lDtuOMAllC You:,Pad Q jw

: ;: From the Telegraph she moved onto business on my own and putting 7-Po Propan*Torch Kit YOUR COST AFTER $2
Gainesville and became a Bureau stories into writing is the business I 8
I Chief for Jacksonville's Florida know best. VALUE[ 1 5bunwr.88 !!.*
I Times Union daily newspaper located The magazine articles,they also In-. MAIL-iifl REBATE.$3-88 VAIUIMunpurpoee
I in Gainesville.She was put in charge clude pieces in "The South" a == :: pagans i'
of two staff writers and four student business magazine and "People :apci* llgfcMr, utility i mesa, Big 1-inch wide blade that remains rigid without support
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interns learning the ropes as she had Weekly", she calls the "rasberry MuMtoMUt MwMMMiyanetopcrfonn for up to 7 feet doItyounMH nwuttSete
in college Jam",saying the"real bread and butter" lobs nquMna en H-purpo** Thumb lock up front prevents blade "creep" & slippage *
She was then promoted to the position money In freelancing is in public profwn torctl 0 Easy-to-read Life Guard yellow blade 1AV.a32amte tw.ler
of Copy Editor in Jacksonville relations and business."I .
office and thought she was going to write brochures and ads for a
settle in for a long haul in the Bold local PR company, company profiles
New City but it wasn't to be. Several and histories operations manuals, w
.colleges had beard of her outstanding employee handbooks and news rSAVE $ 101. 111!
i grammatical skills in copy editing releases for local companies and colleges ,
r and other related activities so she ," she said. "My last major project .. JyT
..? began a "second career" at the of this kind was a company 5iTh
;,' u University.of Florida as part-time history and a profile for a microelectronics .
., .'student sad firm in Atlanta."
In 1979 she taught several popularc1wea She says she enjoys Spartenburg as
in Gator-town at the journalism well.
department ..includingV'Magatine _
and Newspaper FeatureYWriting"L"Newspaper "There is a real small town atmosphere _
Reporting", here similar to the kind of 84444 .
S. s and several lab classes. ,Ii atmosphere there is in Starke," she BotserlnY 't I .
In I960 she bad"one of the most ex'tciting writes. "It's a small town of about I VERMONT' ,/
: experiences of my life" when 55,000 in the foothills of the mountains I ".'"'I AMERICAN giaweto Staple I Gun T Tacker
she undertook of where the wintertime the
\. a study Journalism snows are *$3'ad
:.in Australia under a Journalism biggest change."
%' ,award of the.Rotary Foundation of !be town reminds me of Starke in ToolBox = -j 21.59
... '\ 'Rotary International. She conducted that it has that good: old small town atmosphere 999 1588
.... ,the study and attended classes at that I grew to love there" L. VALUE
... ,. Ifacquarie University in Perth, she said. "I miss Florida and my : :
JAustrailia. family but I've never had more timeto Seamless troy has rounded corners : = -
'? .:> While she was there she studied pursue what I love to do best and Tray has handy socket set di I. iMoa ryWtoriw*,
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;, Alphia Rachel Hodge Infant Boy Norman ._ oe ; ..
I :'t Mrs. Alphia I Rachel Hodge, 69, of Infant boy Norman son of Eddy .

..: w Jacksonville: died Friday afternoon, and Lauren Bedford Norman of !..-'!' ',W" -
Nov. 26, near Brooker. Kingsley Lake died December 1 in

,", Mrs. Hodge had lived in Jacksonville Monroe Regional Hospital Ocala. iP" ..., ,
for the past 18 years was retired Survivors other than his parentsare Up
from the Jacksonville Ship Yard and his maternal grandparents Mr. / 'jolT '
j was a member of the Marietta Churchof and Mrs. E. D. Norman of Keystone T 0,0: I
God. Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Marklee ::
.1\ Survivors include her husband Starling of Kingsley Lake; Paternal f 7\7
L I Thomas Hodge of Jacksonville; three grandparents Mr. Rudy Bedford of .
daughters Mrs. Marclle Cruce of Ocala and Mrs. Sally Rue. also of ii '< ': High Springs. Mrs. Lucille Morgan Ocala; maternal great grandmother, I' \
1: and Mrs. Evelyn Hodge, both of Mrs. Mary Williams of Gainesville. l'W 4 \ ,
I -- Jacksonville': three step-daughters, Graveside services were held Fri = I ,
: Vertie Lee Graves Edith Burt, "'t t f\\ t : '
1 r and day. 1 p.m. in KingsleyLake \ 1
: both of Leesburg and Myrtice Cemetery with Rev. Robert !,.. '. ,.."'. ,, ,...... .i.1. ''lI ... I lu !,!,"="Oo...,J ,
:3 Williams of Saudi Arabia; three sons, Gillis officiating. Archie Tanner ;. "4 i ,\' : .V 1 .
;;: Earl Moody of Palatka, Mark Moody Funeral Home of Starke was in .."(t I&, ." ,- ,.. ., ,i:a 't I I ;:t:
\ :: of Lake Butler and Marvin Hodge ofj .., ". :!:b.'rl1J.: ',,\1 :H:" "" S;
charge of arrangements. ,!"..", ';\\i' -- ... ii.......
: Smyrna. Ga.; three stepsons, Wesley ;:/,:""i', ,; .., _;, )\ .
I 5!! Hodge of Alachua, Elmer Hodge of Malcolm M. Bryant ... ..\" ''Jh', I,'', ,' I, .. .;;;.;.:..-........ .
Leesburg and Hubert Hodge of Malcolm Monroe Bryant 72, of .< .. ,'., ,.\"!,,,jt; : 1 ...:.;;so;: 0 :::-- )
Chiefland 20 grandchildren and 11 died Dec. ,, t I I-
i' ;2 ; Starke Tuesday morning. ..;:-e: ''' \.=: !
r"r"t 5 great grandchildren. 7,in the Bradford Hospital following a R, It- i)
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I :': 3 Funeral services were held Monday long illness. =" i I fr .
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3 Nov. 29, at 2 p.m. in the Church Born in Climax Ga. Mr. Bryantwas f J..r ,.:.. \ i\',.. ;:;. -
:S of God in Starke with Rev. Charles a butcher for Winn-bixie for over ?,., ,. uLw _
: 2 Harper officiating and Rev. Walter 30 years in the Miami area. He had nLL.,"'.ww + ,.;.:. ""t' ;/ ,, '' : ..:::::::; LJ C J_
\c .;.; Montz assisting.Burial was in McKinney lived in Starke for over two years and t. '
:J Cemetery under the direction of was a member of the First Baptist / -.." ) / 'r:. .

i .. '*Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Church. ''l ; r" ', :-1 tl. ;
Survivors include his wife Mrs. .
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:\ Howard C. Oehler Viola P. Bryant; two daughters, Mrs. r" I. ,,' / '": : ', '
.': Mr. Howard C. Oehler, 67, of Valaria Coburn of Starke and Mrs. I l \
Starke,was found dead at his home on Carmella Crews of Ft. Myers; one ,, :, : :
':' Tuesday, Nov. 30. He was a member brother John Bryant of Georgia;
I of the Bradford Masonic Lodge No. three sisters Mrs. Edna Bates, Mrs.
{I 35, the Shrine Club and the United Opal Bovett. and Mrs. Mertle Dollar; Ladies' Girls' Compare At 12.99!
1 : Methodist Church. all of Georgia and six grandchildren.
: Mr.: Oehler is survived by three Graveside services will be held today 99 799 Ladies' Ruffle
Jogging Jogging
.daughters.. Thursday, Dec. 9, at 10 a.m. in 8 799
There will be no services held for Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. BenP. Sets Sets Fashion Blouses
Mr. Oehler, due to family wishes. Arrangements Bryant conducting the services.

::of Jones Funeral were Home under of the Starke.direction Arrangements were made by Jones Ladles' jogging sets with crew or Special Purchase! Compare At Long sleeve woven blouses in solids, stripes
Funeral Home of Starke.
i v-neck tops. Pants with elastic 181! Girls' jogging sets with zip and plaids. Fashion details of tuxedo and '
: Allen Leslie Green Jr William II. Kimberley leg bottoms. Action stripes on front jacket detailed with fashion
: Mr. Allen Leslie Green, Jr., 76, of William H. Kimberley 43, of tops and pants. S.M.L. emblem and pants with straight bodice pleats, ruffles on bodices, sleeves and

:Brooker, died Sunday, Dec. 5, at his Starke, died Friday-Dec. 3, at home leg bottoms. Sizes 4 to 14. shoulders. Sizes SML.
;home of an apparent heart attack. following an apparent heart attack. I
":. Mr. Green, son of the late Allen L. Born and raised in Georgia he was
Green, Sr. and Josephine Parrish the son of the late Lawrence William e
Green was a lifelong resident of Kimberley and Bonnie Ray of S. S a. I s .JII.I. .

Bradford County, where he was a Dawsonville, Ga. He was employed
farmer and raised cattle. He was a by the Florida State Surplus in
member and Deacon'of the Brooker Starke, served in the Korean War and ::: c.v ,----=
.:. Baptist Church. was of the Baptist faith. 'I' rn. .
Survivors include his wife, Johnnie Survivors include his wife Mrs. Foot : '
'Cone Green of Brooker; one Combs Kimberley of 99.6 I.II."i' .n\\
: daughter, Annette Messmore of Alexandria Stare A 4 I "
; two daughters Kim 12 : ; "'. _
7 Va.; three sons, Stanley Kimberley of Gainesville and Jan 4/I.. ; \\
Green of Brooker, John Green of Kimberley of Hampton; his mother N' I :-. \ ..
I Memphis, Tenn. and Joe Green of Mrs. Bonnie Ray of Dawsonville Ga.; ,. "" Pine Tree :i *. ...--r t-
Jasper, Fla. three sisters, Mrs. .
; one brother Frank Kimberley of t ,
Scotch Pine artificial Christmas tree 4 a
Amanda Lewis and Mrs. Pearl
I Dallas, Ga.; four sisters Eunice complete with stand. Easy to assemblo. .
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Markey of Brooker, and Mrs. Ilt. -- .
Cowart, Ruth Smith and "
Hughes Fay !! 1'1 .
4 Foot Artificial : -
Gracie Dukes of Lake Butler; and Pat all of -700 : =-- 1
eight grandchildren. Funeral Page, services Dawsonville were conducted Ga. Christmas Tree ... . f .9 ':. ., "
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: Funeral services were held Tuesday Sunday, Dec. 5, at 2 p.m. at the Yo. .':'So.... ..... .\1:," ,.,.. ', ';<..
: Dec. 7, at 11 a.m. in the Brooker Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral I r ;_-__ \ \ .I" ""o; ,
Baptist Church with Rev. Andrew Home with Rev. Don Denton of. I I 50 LightMiniature .. : .r. .' :'1' .,."''''\IA, '
Moon and
officiating Rev. James .
Countryman assisting. Burial was in ficiating.Cemetery Burial with was Archie in Kingsley Tanner Lake ., 379 : ,'. ,\ ;/ ( \;: t''"
: New River Cemetery under the direction : : : -: :- _' ';f::; .
Funeral Home of Starke in of 1."f. ,, : :
charge ? ,
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:: died Sunday morning. Dec. 5, at the 'fuse. UL approved. -if.-N.-, 1 L ,, w .; I'"'c"kin: ;;i :;) ': V' \ ..':'I.1.::1'f, '.
i Bradford Hospital in Starke following ".
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Mr. Prevatt was employed by the Memory oilier rS .;
Florida State Road Department until v. l ,
December 8, 1982 made hard -'" J
11 long
: his retirement, was a member of the ;
.' Faith Baptist Church of Lawtey and years of being without our Mother. Tr
-. was a veteran of World War II. But as the days go by our memory of _/ L ./ 99y
_' Survivors include his wife, Mrs. her gets stronger with every days -
; Madeline Griffis Prevatt of Lawtey; breath of air that God gives us. The I' "'i / mm
one daughter. Mrs. Gail Prevatt and Love that we have for you now,just as ,'#t r--1 Each. EachMen's
one son, Travis Prevatt, both of then, still keeps all of us together) getting i; -
: Lawtey; three brothers, Ross Prevatt as one. knowing all the time that Ji jJ Ladies'
and Charles Prevatt,both of Jacksonville one day soon all of us will be togetheras j .. 1.:: Sleep And and Ladies'Velour
.--; and Truman Prevatt of Orlando -- a family again. But even still we : '
i ; four sisters, Ruby Rogers of South know that she is always looking down 1'' / Lounge Wear Tops

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: and Maude keep eyes on all of us. Y ./
Bryan Jenny Yarbrough. I. MuMu's, brushed and nylon
In I. S.M.L.'XL.: Ladies' crew, boat and
.." all of Jacksonville memory of our Loving Mother. rt
; grand- with .
I '.* Pernella gowns fashion detailing. v.neck velours In sizesS.MLJ
B. Cummings, We Still Love
: children also survive Mr. Prevatt. .
-- SML and extra sizes. )
-. Funeral services were held You!! Assorted.colors., \

Wednesday Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. at the The Children .
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Clara,Mary,Leonard oo :; .- \ ''o'ci
Home of Starke with Rev. David Jerry Betty.Veronica If- (

:. Brown officiating. Burial was in Rowland and Myra .."_. ];rj! .!bJ .
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Evergreen Cemetery in Ralford with ;; ,
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Burrr! Winter's, Comm But Take Special Heating PrecautionsBy ."

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of and reduce the efficiency of the heater butit children. Many children fall victim to
gg Mark Priedlin Keystone Heights-Lake Butler area, Kerosene Heaters danger overheating possible
-' BCT Staff Writer where wood supplies are abundantand explosion. Take every precaution to is required for'safe operation. accidental poisoning each winter
i'i- winters are usually mild. Kerosene Heaters are among the see that this 1-K type is all that is us- Some additional safety precautions from accidental kerosene ingestion.
Area citizens broke out the winter The high cost of fuel may have fastest selling home appliances in the ed.Provide include refilling the heater tank out- Wail until the heater is cooled oft
:J: clothing last weekend for the first this trend but whether its a United States This area is no excep- adequate ventilation. The side, away from flammable before cleaning handling or refuelingand
w time this Fall as the first of many cold fireplace or a woodburning stove, bringing tion. Dealers in the tri.county area heater can use up the oxygen supply materials. Keeping the heater at t least avoid leaving the heater unat
r: fronts pushed down from the Northern a live fire into the living area of lave reported big increases in the and emit carbon monoxide. Both are three feet away from combustible tended. Extinguish (the heater before
; States into this region. the home present new safety pro- sales of the newer models which can deadly situations. Always keep a dooror materials and storing the kerosene going to bed at night and locate-the
G. With the warmer clothing came the blems. You need to be concerned be safe and clean to operate. window open one half to one inch. outside in a clearly labled and tightly heater away from traffic pat(lerns and
heating equipment and in the past few about several factors. Estimates are that 3 million homes This will cause a loss of heat and sealed containers out of the reach of away from children.
years there have Is your chimmney in good repair? had a kerosene heater last winter and
::a:: bigger variety offttypesbiof home Was it designed for wood burning in up to 8-10 million homeowners are expected -
healing equipment available to the the first place? Has there been a to add them to their equipmentthis
1 consumer. buildup of creosote? season. Low Back Pain
Es: Safety requirements differ as well, Further, is your woodburning stovein Kerosene heaters which have a
;: and to encourage a safe winter buyers compliance with local building wide base and a low center of gravityare
!S would be advised to to our insurance company difficult to overturn. Automatic
J Ft: both precautions listed on the regulations shutoff valves provide protection So Much Better
packages and to some good old com Is your woodburning equipment against fire. Quality Underwriters
mon sense. Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Laboratories (UL) tested heaters are
I' An estimated 850 deaths and 8,700 tested? Has it been properly installed safe when properly operated and 4f,
injuries each year result from home and is it In good repair? maintained.Any 1 I thank. God with prayers and his guidance to see Dr. Dopson. When I
t:' heating equipment fires.The question Do you and other members of your device which generates heat started going to see Dr. Dopson around 3 months ago, I couldn't move
is not, "Will home heating fires injure family operate your stove or fireplacein can be dangerous and requires adult While sleep-
or take the lives of area citizens this a safe and proper manner? attention. Kerosene heaters are no ex without pain in my hip, leg and my stomach was bothering me.
:=. Winter?" but rather "When and There are dozens of Important safe ception. ing at night, when I would move, I would have pain. After a few visits to Dr
where will they happen?" ty considerations to consider when us- Start by reading the operating Dopson the pain started disappearing.I've ,
ing wood-burning stoves or manual completely from start to been feeling good for a long while, just occasionally my hip bothersme.
Wood Burning fireplaces. Safe equipment, properly finish. Follow instructions. This is no So if you have any problems, why not go see this good and friendly doc
installed, maintained and operatedcan time to guess if you are right. : 3yyr tor. Have a talk with him. Those office ladies are just naturally nice and
"" Wood burning for home heating has bring heating into your homes Use only Grade 1-K (clear white) friendly.
.gained tremendously in po in that other systems cannot match. kerosene, nothing else. Other fuels' J; Thanks Dr. Dopson.
recent years as the price of heating oil They can also save on your heating. will increase' carbon monoxide and -
has climbed, especially in the Starke- costs. sulfur dioxide emissions increase theM Eunice Gunter

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temporary shelter to five abused volved. Sometimes people just need around having 'crying parties' as
wives over the past year and a half. someone to talk to during a difficult some groups do. we stress positive
Sometimes you just need a place tow time. Many of our volunteers have things callers can do to help
go, and if there are children it com- been through some hard times themselves out of their situations,
plicates things tremendously. They themselves, so they really know what whatever it may be."
want to know what is going on, so it's like. I've been through some long The New Horizons group began as a
:j sometimes we have to talk to them to. conversations before that have lasted singles club known as "Singles
"The direction part of our goal for a couple of hours or more. The Again". Soon the need for a referral COLOR TV
3 comes when we refer our callers to situation may have seemed very bad service became apparent as the calls :
j others who may be able to help them when the call first came, but after a outnumbered the members.
j further," she said. "We're not profes- conversation with someone who caresor :
,: sional counselors and we don't try to may has been through the same "That's what struck me the most ,
? be. We can recognize, however, when thing, the problem seems a lot less about the group when we started," CLOSE OUTS
-9? a person needs additional help, pressing when he or she hangs up. So Simmons says. "There really is a big
several local ministers have given us somtimes the simple conversation is need for this type of service here that
their support and we also refer peopleto all you need." has been underestimated in the past.
legal aid if the situation demandsit The volunteers in Starke and the We have a lot of young couples just tQuasar.
Let's face it, some of the problems surrounding area, there are 48 of starting out, elderly people who are
i people can have are complicated and them now, and the number is grow- all alone, and others who have Now is the Time
may involve a number of profes- ing, have handled over 1,300 calls in benefited from having someone to j
sionals after the first call. the past year and a half since the talk too. The bad economic condition
** group began operations.The we're in really brings some of these Sawyer is the place
E In many situations, however the volunteeers work at night,after problems to the .
t problem may not be that serious and work, and on the weekends manning Christmas accentuates the problems, ..
QJ that's when simple comfort and attention the phone line. When no-one is and that's why we're so busy right :-T Some TV'sPrice
8 is the right medicine at the right. available an answering service has now."
":; time. been installed to let people leave their The number is open for calls 24 1
::: "Comfort and attention is what we number for a return call later. hours a day and calls are accepted I at Cost
excel at," Pfenniger said. "Lets faceit "We stress the positive and try to do anytime. If none is available, leave
if a marriage is in trouble,if you're away with the negative," Phennigersaid. your number and your call will be Below ,
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I : By Carol Jones skunk walked away Into the woods. na broke the same leg again. 'bathe in a stream and walks along
''k Edna Williams has hiked and biked One summer Edna was hiking alone She was pulling herself up a steep picking and eating violets,watercress .
\ t i i with the endurance of a teenager, and into the trail fairly deep when she trail by holding on to a limb,when she and other treats. This is a pastime
and Ed- DistinctionQuality
freedom than most
im- grasped a dead one and realizing this with more
c:: however, when the endeavor begins tripped, fell and found it nearly
r,' ; at nearly sixty it's 'Sweet Success'. possible to move. She slowly put a too late, fell and broke the same leg. na has felt the rewards of.gratiflea'tion -
Edna began her self-tests of makeshift tent together and waited, This pastime is not as dangerous as and challenge.
,i, physical tolerance over six years ago. feeling sure someone would come it may seem, she stated. One would Edna Williams is a lifetime Stationaryat
[ She left Melrose on bicycle heading along. First thing the following morning have to weigh the good with the not so member of the Appalachian Trail a very reasonable cost
i '. Conference. She is also a member of
I five hundred miles down the road to hikers happened by. She was good, and in truly fast paced life, and
where she hiking can be a refreshing the Appalachian Mountain Club a
Key West. Although she was the only taken to an Aide Station
I break. Edna conveyed to this working member of the Florida Trail
biker, there was a car nearby discovered she had a broken leg. .
I of emergency. The rain Inwas A year later,while Edna was hiking reporter, Association.A
.: miserable; this was her worst enemy. with a friend in the same vicinity, Ed- Edna enjoys stopping off a trail to trails working trimming.member bushes Includes, mowing burning ,
,. Ten days later she arrived at her land
destination. clearing and anything else that Hundredsof
needs to be done, she explained.Your .
1 felt physically better when I ar-
rived, than when I began," she said age position
location should not stop from
inspite of the lengthy nde. : anyone Styles
I starting a new endeavor or learning
wasn't what
Deciding quite and enjoying yourself, a lesson easily to
she for she
was looking began
learned from Edna Williams.
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her nephew decided they would try
skunk stoned
campfire a snoopy up.
hiking. One interesting point neither was except
.' had hiked let alone done
before any
black feet. He looked like big white
: for
serious hiking. They set out Eaton" AntiquaEATONTM.
Edna He circled her
cat. explained.
Shenandoah Park In Virginia
Edna held her breath In anticspetion.then "
:;. then on to Mount Le Counte. Edna enJoyed camp
disintereted the skunk
f. herself on her first hiking ven- ::
ture and before long she was hooked. walked away into the woods. .
; Each after Mother's Day, she Even the most enjoyable sports
off to hike and usually makes at have an element of danger. One sum
:; packs
Edna alone and into
summer of it. This past summer she tirj. mer was hiking
,I f : the trail fairly deep. She tripped fell
': spent time at Albert Mountain in nL 1. dj
: : North Carolina. She also enjoys hiking ) and found it nearly impossible to
't ::1 : in Arizona and Florida, but her -.: move. She slowly put a makeshift tent
together and waited. She felt sure someone I
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: Mountain's Trail, which she plans to would come along. First thing
I complete.She has covered seven hun- the following morning hiker happened fQM.t11BUtpmjflr -
by. She was taken to an Aide Station
dred miles thus far of the 2,100 mile t '
: trail which in northern and discovered she had a broken leg. }
begins "
Georgia and ends in Maine. Approximately the same vicinity a ..,--_...!
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more to hiking than putting one foot in .. friend. She was pulling herself up a
steep trail by holding onto a limb,
f front of the other. When ; orrasable*
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Edna's supplies usually consist of a o r
fifty pound back pack not a light t" the same leg. ?; Envelopes
: load, even for the healthiest woman. : 4 1: ,r 1:, This sport is not as dangerous as it !
She has at times hiked non-stop for f. 'i"7 <: r may seem. One would have to weighthe '
twelve hours. This duration was not : ',,), ,0' ,* good with the not so good. In to- = Gifts
out of choice. In some areas of the '. ;. i'4 'j .1 day's fast paced life hiking can truly
mountains there are bears known as' :' be a refreshing break. Edna enjoys for all ages
"Panhandlers." They were given this i stopping off a trail to bathe in a
name because they will follow a hiker stream and walks along picking and .at
: undetected and when the pack is laid tt .'\: eating violets watercress and other
down, even for a minute, the bear will I treats. This is a past time with more -
run down and scoop it up. a freedom than most. Edna has felt the ; i THE
Edna was in her tent one evening ..... rewards of gratification and OFFICE
when a bear came sniffing around. He challenge.
must have been of fair size. Edna Williams Is'a life time SHOP
"I could actually feel him walking member of the Appalachian Trail
j .. ," Edna said. He was looking for a Conference. She is also a member of IIOW.CollSl.
: food, which is never kept in the tent, the Appalachian Mountain Club and a 964-5764
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Another time, as she sat at her '" -" We can all learn a lesson from Edna
w; campfire, Edna tells of a snoopy Williams Your age, position,
,. :%: : skunk that stolled up. geographical location should not stop
: : "He was almost all white except for anyone from starting a new endeavoror
::: black feet. He looked like a big white learning and enjoying yourself.
:': cat," Edna explained. He circled her Edna Williams .
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Merlie Home... west of the Starke Golf & Country C'lub.
Mrs. Merlie says they looked at several other area
This 2,200 square foot English Tudor ranch style towns 'before settling in Bradford ('ount '. The connection -
home with a fountain in back belongs to Francis and here were Mrs. :.Merlie's parents, Frank and Gertrude -
Ruth Merlie, transplants from New Jersey who are Paul who lived in Keystone Heights. The 3 lilt, 2': {
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-A Four Local Houses Added to Tour. of. Homes. .

n w At the Starke Woman's Club tea and fireplace in sandstone. A feature of porch extends along the entire lengthof
Hamilton Home... and Adkins Streets In northeast Starke was built In 1905 tour of homes on Saturday, Dec. 12 the kitchen is dropped ceiling with the back of the house. The family
and has 10 rooms. between 1 and 4 p.m. the Bradford fluorescent lighting with a skylight. room has one entire brick wall with
Thin two-story frame home on the corner of Walnut Owners are Anne and Sherrod.Hamilton. High School Choral Group will be per- There is also a utility room which fireplace and opens on a screened
forming. opens into the garage. This home was porch through which may be seen a
This group of students annually built by Steve Hayes, Lakewood background of rock for the fountain
makes superior ratings at State Contests Development The front entrance opens into lovely
The Methodist Choir one of the combination of living room and dining
most delightful in town, will render The Francis Merlie HomeMr. room. The home contains three
Christmas music in the newly ap- and Mrs. Francis Merlie's bedrooms:.!and two and one-half baths
pointed sanctuary home is located in Country Club It also has a utility room and two car
The Christmas Tea will honor Estates in a beautifully wooded area. garage. This home was built by G. K
longtime members, Mrs O. L. It is English Tudor design, covers Ely of 2313 N. Temple Ave.
Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. Out 2750 square feet. A wide screened SI'I' ""altl' l2 J:!
of town guests will include former
District Four Director Mrs. tl. E.
Satterfield of Mandarin and Mrs.
Fenton Morris District Four Directorof
Palatka. The tea is being arrangedwith "tqdr'wr }
a Christmas motif with Mrs.
William Wilson as Chairman. Other
1 hostesses include Mrs. Ervin Andrews -
Co-Chairman; Mrs. M. R.
Judd Co-Chairman; Mrs. James
Blackshear Mrs. Lester Crews Mrs.
John Griffin, Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs.
J. E. Hardy, Mrs. R. P. McLendon,
Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. E. B. Searing
Mrs. F.. J. Shaw, Mrs. T.- H. Slade
Mrs John Torode, Mrs. Merritt
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Hayes Home... year now, longer than the contractor has ever stayed Ina Ruchdeschel.
I home before selling It. With 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, Maps of the tour will be available at t ,
f Steve and BUlle Hayes have lived In their new home in the home has just over 1.800 square feet. Billie wants. to the club house. _
Connerly.. Estates,.off. SR-16 two miles west of V$-301.'a, ,keep.. it. but Steve wants to sell. Sites on tour will include the I
---1"1': ,.. ,'t"Io.ro _.J'IB' -_.-_- Methodist
Church and FellowshipHall 1' ty
; Vo-Tech Educational Building; -.- '(
Nu Waves Beauty Salon; residencesof Y
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Schlofman, Ki
Mr. and Mrs Francis Merlie,Mr. and { i, .
Mrs. James Langley, Mr. and Mrs.
rd rM t Don Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Steve
# Hayes, and Mr. and Mrs. S. W
Nyrl Hamilton l lA

,,:+ft The Steve Hayes Home
,t The home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Hayes is located in Conerly Estateson
an acre of land: It has circular
driveway and a deep well with
superior water. It is constructed of
? qM brick and cedar has three bedrooms,
and two baths a large kitchen with
breakfast nook and bay window witha
s' rt large dining room. The great room
; > has cathedral ceiling with a drop ceil- 1
T 4 ing for reading area. One wall is donein NOW IN STOCK Royal Feast I
rock with a fireplace. The opposite
sw rwI 16% Pellet 21 % 50 Ibs.
aP wall is done in cedar.-It has a large :
screened cedar porch that has access .

I A. __n_ from the great room dining room and Pig Maker Dog Food i
Foster Home... master bedroom. Ceiling fans are
throughout and the foyer is wood tile.
Currently the only home in Lakewood, a mile west of Starke off SR-loo. Of This house has a stereo music system $
natural rough sawn ::edar. stained brown, and flagstone this 3,300 square Stephen J. Duval throughout. Inside is Early Check Prices 7 0 0
1 foot home, with a setting under oak trees Is owned by Dan and Lynn Foster. Guest SpeakerAt American and it has the latest insula .
Bumpy Steve! Hayes it contains bedrooms, family room, dining room, liv B-U Realtor Meeting tion factors. This home could be pur- Fence PostMineral

ing rqom,.'...,,"and.'has'''' a cathedral,... ceiling. chased, as builders own it. Pigeon Feed
.,. Stephen J. Duval of Duval, Towson
.':' :; () and Johnson certified public accountants The Don Foster Home Wild Bird Feed
felV.ITHCORO.MAULTRASONIC of Orange Park, was guest Mr. and Mrs. Don Foster's home is
speaker at the monthly meeting of the of wood and sandstone and located in Canary Feed
: T Bradford-Union Board of Realtors a setting of large live oak trees. It is
Nov. 18. the first home to be built in the new 50 lb. Block Fish Feed
ELECTRONIC'. Mr. Duval gave a mini-seminar on Lakewood Subdivision developed by
Fish Food Pellets
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER., tax preparation.Mr. Arch Thomas Jr. in the vicinity of
J1.i.r.. Duval received an accounting Crosby Lake. The home has three
WITH U.r.- JTOUCItouch MEMORY CORRECTION. degree from the University of South bedrooms, and two baths, a family
FLorida and masters of business ad- room, a kitchen and dining room, a Alligator Creek RanchHwy.
ministration from the University of utility room and has a wide screened
PP..P ,'pne:;key the key to perfect North Florida.He la a former internal porch extending the entire length of 301 S, Starke 9646973For
rd\t r .gt rdrftembers errors and takes revenue service agent and was a tax the back. The porch has a wet bar and
your manager with an international CPA there Is'a patio for outdoor cooking. All Your Lawn & Garden Needs
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i1 : News Brief$ ...: ; ; ---_ --
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\a Robbery Suspects Arrested I

Florida Bank at Starke Early Monday RobberyAt Dade County Man

.. ,;-athe arrests last week of two Sheriffs Department, Starke Police recovering additional stolen property>> Broken Into Dec. 5 Handy-Way Store Arrested for Solictlng

Brooker residents and one Department and Marshall Tommy from the mobile home in Alachua short John Paolo Sechi,a,of Dade County ..
: County. Florida Bank at Starke was broken Early Monday morning
;Gainesville resident solved the Raulerson of Brooker: conducted a and
arrested in Starke Dec. 3
( Additional stolen property was Into Dec. 5 but so far nothing is missing was
a ('mystery of the recent mobile home search of the Thomas residence in .
(.,) i > ;burglaries, according to Investigator Brooker and recovered items stolen recovered the following day, Dec. 2, according to President. J. E. Heady-Way the charged: with aolicting to Patrolman without E.permit W. i
> the ,
,Don Denton. from Community Mobile Home Sales; from both residences and William Tomlinson. .according
1 ..? During the past several weeks, Olin Mobile Home Sales, Terwillegar Edgar Thomas, 32, Rt 1 Box 2109 During a routine check of' money.' and left the tore. .
: burglaries of mobile homes at sales Motors, Steve Hayes Building Contractor Gainesville and Belinda CaroiThomas businesses In Starke, Patrolmen E. According to' the clerk, the man Sechl was standing on the street
,lots have been reported in both Bradford ,all In Starke,as well as stolen J8, Brooker have been W. Wilkinson discovered: person or entered the store and asked for mat corner with 'a table selling flowers
: and Alachua Counties. Deputy property from several businesses in charged In Bradford County with persons had attempted to break into chaa. The dark reached for the mat- and vases to the.public,.said Wilkin
\ '. .1: Paul Stcgall of the Bradford County Alachua CoWlty.Information grand theft. the night deposit box on the east side chea. when aba. looked up a gun. was Bond'was
::1 ? Sheriff's. Department and Investigator was developed duringthe Bond was set at $5,000 in Bradford of the building. After further investigation -, pointed her faea. set at $100. Sechl was
\' :I .I''. Steve Backus of the Starke search of the Thomas residence In County for each charge of grand theft. a broken window was The man was ft fact weighed 1OIbs. released after he posted cash bond. t
.. .p.'c: Police Department developed tnforrtatlon Brooker that lead officials to additional All three Thomases were released on I I, found and evidence of someone using ." with light hair, perhaps In bill Sechi's: occupation on the arrest
: ? that led to the arrest of Joseph stolen property in a mobile their own recognizance.' the window as a point of entry was SO's. Ha war wearing a blue western record was listed as a church
I ?"1 : Ri.chanl1bomu 29, of Brooker and home in Alachua County. Alachua County warrants for the established.No shirt wlth'a'red 'wee on the. back, member.
: .h' the of several thousand arrest of both Thomas brothers estimate of damage Is availableat and tan shoee. \"
; / dollars recovery worth of stolen property from Investigator Julie Denson and Of- charging them with grand theft have, this time. man left the store walking In an Woman Charged
ficer Garrison of the Alachua County unknown direction 'with undetermined Melrose
iIH1! both counties. been Issued pending their release The investigation is pending, said an
JT Members of the Bradford County Sheriff's Department assisted from Bradford County, according to Investigator Steve. Backus and U. amount of U. S."currency. according With Careless DrivingRuth
I authorities from Bardford County in Denton. Eaton Mosher. to Investigator Don Denton
., and Deputy Greg Nichols; A. Revels of Melrose was cited
> The investigation. : 1s pending, .said for careless driving in a one car accl-
j *t-i Lake Butler Man Nichols. ,dent Dec. 3 near Keystone Heights.

III with DWI Revels, driving a 1977 Chevrolet,
Dies After Struck Car Charged
boy Being By was traveling south on SR-21. The car
Daniel Webster Moore of Lake 'ran off the roadway onto the shoulder.
*** ed and Butler was arrested and charged with Car truck Accident The driver overcorrected and the
to see Adams struck l him.
I j f.V-Benjamin Adams, 15, of Adams, a Bradford Middle School
Adams and a friend had been workingon driving while intoxicated and driving Dec. 3.on SR-18." vehicle went out of control and ran off
died result of injuries student, and his moved .
: ,rStarke as a the cycle, when it failed from while his license was suspended, according the end of a concrete culvert, according -
x :: tlrom being struck by a car as he was run Adams started again to the Melbourne area during the past to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. A tm Pontiac driven by Pauline to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge.
: walking his motorcycle near Adams sustained pushing it home. year. Adams was returned to that Moore was traveling south on F. DeVore of Lawtey entered CR-18 Damage to the Chevrolet was $350.
a. : ,Graham. internal area for burial Tuesday, according to SR-121, driving 1974 Chevrolet, 2.3 from Crawford Road, Dec'3 at 7:20
I., ; Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. injuries, a broken neck and two Trooper D. C. Roberts. miles north of Lake Butler, Dec. 4. a.m. A IMS Ford pickup driven by
., Iojj is Timothy( Adams, was pushing his taken severe to head Bradford injuries. .After being Yarbough is being charged with The vehicle ran off the pavement onto Allan Dale' Martin of Stark, was Pickup OverturnsOn
Suzuki motorcycle on the highway at County ,- careless driving, said Roberts who is '
l' : ; Adams Flight the west side shoulder. The driver westbound on CR-18 Dec. 2 on CR-100
was by Stal .
I i : :approximately 5:10 p.m. when a Alachua conducting the traffic homocide In- oversteered going out of control DeVore started a left. turn Into aprivate '
motorist,Ginger Russell Yarbough of General Hospital where he vestigation. Alton Lamar Moore of driving
: drive lhepickupcouldn'tstopand Starke -
\ t died at 7:15p.m.dividual traveling back across the road and in- !\
Middleburg, driving a 1981 Isuzu,fail to the woods. Several small trees went to the left and collided with i a 1981 Ford pickup served to miss
were struck before the vehicle cameto the Pontiac, according: to Trooper D. dogs in the roadway and ran into the
II : News Of Record From Court rest, said Ethridge. ',C. Roberts' .' : ditch and overturned his vehicle.
Damage to the Chevrolet in the 9:30 Damage to the Pontiac was 1500. Damage to the pickup was $200 in
: The trial scheduled for Tuesday in cases and/ felony dependents were dismissed. Twenty-four people p.m. accident was $800. Damage to the Ford pickup war the 6:05: accident, according to
1 i : Bradford County Circuit court were sent to the office for prosecu- guilty. There were four non- Bond for the DWI and driving while $1,000. ', Trooper W. M: Abrams.Silver .
:against Ray Thomas Bell was not tion. Felony informations were filedon jury trials during the month. Three license suspended charges was set at
f I. necessary after Bell entered guiltyplea 19 cases. people were placed on probation and $500. Moore was released from the
: Monday. Bell was charged with The court of the state attorney one person was sentenced to serve Union County jail. on his own
aggravated assault with a deadly dismissed 27 cases and 11 people were time: recognizance. .. .
: weapon.Bell pled guilty of robbery of allowed to plead guilty. Six cases Sixty-four new traffic criminal
Kentucky Fried Chicken earlier this were transferred to misdemeanorcourt cases were received during .,. .
; year. Judge George H. Pierce and two people were guilty of November with 44 guilty pleas being '
.: ordered a pre-sentence investigation violating their probation. accepted. Eight prior cases were Alachua County Man : Plated
for Bell. During the month there were two dismissed and one person was placedon Arrested In StarkeJohn
Also appearing in court on Monday jury trials, seven people were probation. There was one jury trial .
was Steven Allen Miller of the High sentenced to serve time, and five people during the month, said Clark. Earnest Carpenter 31, of .
'. Springs area. Miller was found guiltyof were sentenced to serve proba Seven new juvenile cases were Alachua County, was arrested Dec. 1
robbery Sept. 29 in Bradford Coun- tion. Two appeals were filed by received and four prior cases were in Starke and charged with driving Gift
ty_Circuit Court by a jury. The judge .defendants and the office handled oneextradation. dropped by the state attorney or the while his license was suspended according rt e9t
granted a new trial for Miller due to Two people were Indicted court. Petitions were filed on seven to Trooper Roger WWlams..
lack!of proper jury instruction in by the Grand Jury, according cases and eleven guilty pleas were Bond for the charge was $200. v' -
Sept* to Investigator Wiley Clark: allowed One juvenile was adjudged a Carpenter was released from Brad- :
I Activity in the office of the State At- Thirty-four misdemeanor cases delinquent and non-judicial action ford County jail after he posted bond. WareBy : ;
: w i torney in Starke for the month of were received and informations were was approved on two cases. {

I 3 November is as follows;,32' new in- filed on 26'cases. Eleven prior cases .-.-.-.-.-.-.- .- .- ................*. a aaaaaaaaaaaaoaaii8irDecember --.. "
Leonard ( ,

.Y Specials l.

I' ,
eystone Woman ]Killed Tinted Siding Rear

$ 9 5
Windows for Pickups 5 9
I 1 I >'A Keystone Heights woman became come back on the pavement cross lakeWood Chrome
2 lAUchua County's 32 traffic fatality both lanes and run off the roadway on $ Elegant
k | (this.year when she was killed near the other side. A southbound 1965 Traction Bars ,pr 2995 1
Chevrolet, driven Julia Orton
r Hampton Wednesday morning. by ran
\ {Victoria Glennan off the roadway on the right side in an Small Block they Designs
) Keystone Heights killedwhenberrI' effort to avoid the collision but the two' Chrome Value Covers ; ,
i 7: I; 'carcollided with another car on cars collided or! the dirt;.ccordinc to "I '9J. -p. $3115 010.,1.1Hurst .tJ!
? CR1471 two miles south of Hampton the Alachua Highway Patrol. Indy Shifter
I .' ',>. tat 8:30 a.m. Dec. 8. Orton 33, of Hampton was not .
iI. I Schafer driving a 1981 Mercury, seriously injured in the.accident, she Lakewood Engine Stand $6495 -
; (wad northbound; when her vehicle ran was treated and released from a .
off the roadway. She apparently overcorrected Gainesville hospital. Quartz Led Great .
; causing the Mercury to Schafer was pronounced dead at the Digital Clock $1795 1 ft

: x. ... scene of the accident. .

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II' Rescue Unit Run Report THOMAS AUTO PARTS .,- .1( 598

.i. "' 430 S. Temple 964-5611 Sbtke

.,:. 'Fewer calls were received during Twenty-two calls were for trauma I '
I the month of November by the Rescue cases, seven were cardiac' patientsand I' r
I J 3 Unit at Bradford County Hospital one call was for a respiratory pro $17 ,,, .,. < ., ,.:
than during the past few months. The blem.
i 1 : total of 64 calls is below the average of Eight calls were for illness, two Come Get Your Afforabe
I. 73,lor the past three months, according calls were false alarms, two calls '. :l1> t1,, ."nol1
:to Supervisor of Rescue Cliff were alcohol related and one call was .
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3 Chapman. an overdose victim. ChristmasTree 'Pieces"I'"v" \
Of the total 64 calls, 33 were One call was for a gunshot wound ., .. /10 ::.,.,11 i
; transported with 31 requiring no according to Chapman. .r .-,' t -.. '*t 'T' -I*
: transportation. 23 people were Three persons were taken by Stat- d'( P'' t-; .'A: )
;, _'_ transported to Bradford Hospital and at.NORMAN'S. '
'.' '" Flight directly from the scene. t! trio -; tin is
;: ; ten were transported to other Three additional calls were handled If 1 ; hospitals., by a back-up unit. ,1 .
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I $14 ia
James Ralph Looney of possession of cannibal, more than
i Gainesville was arrested in Starke 20 grams, resisting arrest with Sup ; .
December: 4 and charged with four of-
violence driving while his.licensewas
i f fi t' fenses, according to Lt. Eston revolked ana leaving the scene of Scotch Pine ..
i Mosher. an accident. "
I I j A.1879 black Chevrolet ElCamino, At 8:08 p.m. as a 1979 Oldsmobile White Pine :
driven by Looney, was involved in an driven by Wanda C. Crews of Starke. F '. !.
: I accident near the Western Steer but turned onto US-301 her vehicle war Spruce .
I i r left the scene and was later located by struck by the Chevrolet. Damage to rc
: Mother at the Holiday Inn. Maher the Oldsmobile was $500. Damage to Selection Is Great
1 observed what appeared to be marijuana the Chevrolet was 1400. .. '316
in a tray on the floor of the
Looney was released from the ,
f f' : '. passenger's side also a garbage bag Bradford County jail after be posted a J' "', -
i' : which the driver stuffed under the $50 cash bond for the DWLR charge. .
; seat Bond for the possession charge was .
!i'j'j', ; ., (Looney was placed under arrest but $500, bond for the resisting chargewas .l.
: i I ;' C refused to get into the patrol car, $500 and bud for leaving the ,,
: L struggled became violent and had to scene was 100. Looney was released
beforceably restrained,said Mosher. on his own recognizance for these .
'' j-Tfg charges against Looney includ- three charges. "

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}: : : .: Police SettleDisturbanee Tomatoes 49Lettuce\

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M.' |Two women were arrested follow'bigdistmbance police officers to stay away, Good 1 T* #
: in the Apartments man went after Williams saying she
on Brownlee Rd. in Starke Dec. 4. was going to beat her. According to ORANGES Daz
1 Shirley Ann Williams of Starke was U. Eaton Masher Williams went '
.Itf. arrested and charged with aggravated after Goodman with a butcher knife ,- 2 Heads
batter aggavrated with Goodman using a garbage can' r
1:! 'assault.Jo an,23: .also of lid to protect herself. DUrinc the arrest $_ 89On + AYi t
11. Starke was arrested and charged with the knife was passed to one of the, 1 .
assault, according to Patrolman E, specters and was not found. ' Tangelos 1.00 : .. .. .. .I ......, .." .. -r.., ,
Wilkinson.: Bond for the charge of aggravated
j' #! fAt*argument and fight apparently battery as set at 1000.The charge of ,
; broke;out at the Red Honey in the aggravated assault also baa a bond of : : l
.I .:, 7 n R W'section and continued at the 1000. Williams war released oo.her Norman's' Farm o i. $hop.
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j' .i. Apartments on Brownlee St. own recognisance.Bond :
fWHlama alledgedly struck Good- for the charge of assault was .
,, :' !!It man''over the right temple with a set at f 190. Goodman was also released ; .. W aU St., Starker
: 1oqe'stick[ at the Red Produce ':"" .J' : : ,t,
Later Seafood ,
Honey. .
on her own'racognhanca from Mkt v0;- .. .. .
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.,rfl al'1d ..Christmas," :Musft"Program. apnry ss prpk u tnaturecontain. 1 .,class, these students"earned straight, .da{ #..., Honor.Ro"j, ; : ; : :" $r ity,tnvileilDinner. bell, District Deputy-
lrrlt l. lj *'> "'*recWon'of"Mrs. DeBbiM: ) 'f"I'j S J es A's on their,spelling tests for the se .uJn; : Ordination Set
a'" i'f ':WbOdit ,*i ifl be.hfeld'tKiVearh'th*>\ ", ]g S' m I ; ? ,)some Stu- cond six' weeks grading; period: : ; : it",4a'y' At. Lake Butler
.ntAr W i.Bradort| Right! 'School! a'uditorhiWi'latrl? f4R "I" :i:, ,' d, Dwayne Allen, Dwight AUenf Shard, .Jenn I ,: 1SaruT iay,free,li',beginning aU
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decide'whethec to re- for Subordinate
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Ja/: "-: ".'AssoclAtionj'hatlonal\ ) orchangd+tdhec. 12, at 3 p.m at Elizabeth Uaptis
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rf'U'' ;PTO (Parent Teacherorpnizgtimr; \.1f/ I, It \., :e b1 ry .- .Bo Hersey are the Safety Patrol .pf the State of Florida and their Church in Lake Butler,
local). The different'wayrtoy it 1 ,...'\ 'sh'Uc'jjz :,, members. < the A.B 'will Everyone is cordially invited to at
? : ri flee The from Mrs: Janey sponsor: a pre- ''tend, to Rev
celebrate and enjoy Christmas will bet news < dinner according Cain Tuckerpastor.
laIeIsa;i / roseaedas'IIghafeathet for the community;
sbftas .
hAso v. Neighbors second Students Honor.Ro"j
b::Jot'' -;ewressexjini, :music and sang"by''alin > ke. grade: especially! the'.axed and those who. ,
-trtiid Southsfde I The-'tbm.1: with perfect attendance for the first, j .-.. "-
.ltrnunityisInvited attend. :11:: "II+ ''T''"' ', tty Jason njllkll'' two six weeks are: Richie Eberle. '-'
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'Dee. 2d an.3- hrlstn'l' s holidays' ". Heather Lawson. Byron
,A'inovltlake( is white.;It'hlight as a
Charnelle Michelle
baJ.lo --Jani 3-Teacher
Planning' day-no' ".' ... .j> ... t1)rtttv... .:.. ljt"' falls-I ''on winter. McKay, MCPhersoni', and Ber-

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I i.k: :,." Elementary 8chQolNews. T J ,, ,;; >\tt"off :\e O\Ce

ed ii March of : Mrll.! Mc kUaf1d'* .,Fifth Grade ,n\j
llo ', : Social studies-we: ,are continuo making all sorts of decorations. We !
:-,{,", The March >of > to study odr 'will' ando would like to welcome Julie enjoying FatSp\ ti ii: You'll SAVECOUaO
was held in camous .Soon we reading kindergarten. The children are
.ivj Our students .in .RevolutionaryWar and our working with Julie and helping \\
They? walked and 's,< .independence; Science- her to learn the English language'I.Mrs. : PlentyAll
cises at each of the are.little girls made of? Sugar Patray's First GradeMrs.Patray's '
solar system! spice and everything nice? What first grade class wished
t Collecting the, mos little boys! ,made of? Snips and "Happy Birthday" to Darlene"
kindergarten was :i andpuppy-dog tails? No, Cells! Knowles and Tanya Podejko.
.V!" I first grade; Kelly' your student! Outstanding Mrs. Shroeger's Second
a-'. grade Dietrich ; ; ,.lIre. .Russell. Thomas and GradeDecember birthdays: Calvin 1982 & 1983 Escorts & EXP's
!ear Barbie Thomas. ia Aaron who helped out at the Walker Dec. 22; Christine Whittle
Dec 11. Straight A's: Second marking
letting over $20.00' : Special recognition goes
nv! Brewer Renwick } Gayle Douglas.Angela Parrish period, Calvin Walker. A-B Honor : :
o; Hildebrabd, Jim Shaffei; and,Scott Duncan Roll: Eric Stewart, Julie Starling, :-AT DEALER INVOICE-
Thornton, Tracy they got all caught up with Bernard Johnson, Tara Graudons
Leaton Morgan. The work in social studies and. Tara Dixon, Tim Barber. Perfect Attendance ,
ting the most money Congratulations! : First and Second Marking All 1982 F-100 & F-150 Trucks
was Kelly Carter !Mrs Reddish's Fifth Grade Class Period.Shawn Aaron,Abel Campbell
wright's class. Kelly following fifth graders were suc Joshue Hauger, Bernard Johnson
of Mr. and Mrs. at locating spelling words in and Marcus Norton.
Over $700 'was newspapers Matthew !Mrs. Kathy Vaughn's' -AT DEALER INVOICE-
school. Thanks boys 2) Tawanda Tyson,3)John ClassStudents: in Mrs. Vaughan's'Chapter
ir helping crippled Michelle, Conner, 5) Melissa I reading classes all received
A* Classroom : ;6) '.Eddie-'Pollard" 7) Meg certificates of recognition for learn- All 1983 Vans at
.N:1': 'Mrs.Long's' .*, 8J}<:huck.-Wilson 9H Candice ing new vocabulary words this past
children enjoyed 10) Terri Crawford 11) Car six weeks. They are: Lee Shell
ing the pumpkin pie Davis .,12). Mignon Carroll, 13) Demps Ruby Everette, Erick Burch, '
cooking/Food unit is Rosier;14) Adrian Kuhn, and Caleb Prescott, Richard Smith, April 't' -AT DEALER INVOICE-
cess. Thanks to our ),.Valerie.Krack. Some of the spell- Greer April Duffy Alton Young ,
tion for sending in words they located were: apart Kenny DeSue Sean Starling
Future food projects calendar matter, master, Almethia Sanders Matt Traylor,
soup", doughnuts argument neither Mark Crawford, Regina Carter,' All 1983 Mustang GT's
: cookies a fruit and and history. Putting forth Rebecca Stowe, Chris Willingham,
and a breakfast. extra Effort deserves praise. Katrina Blake Barbara Davis Wendy -
gaining reading you fifth graders 1 Wilkins Marley Sellers Kathy
reading our school Rhoden, John Strickland, Dallas AT DEALER INVOICE -
recipes.i' The four (:oach .Chllders P.E. (K-5)The): Sylvester Michelle Reed Devin
'more meaning for in grades 3,4& 5 have been play Wheeler, Todd Hutcheson Appolios
t 'has a new reader; and basketball. There will be a county- Holland James Mote Steve Thorn- All 1983 Rangers
Diesels included 4x4's excluded
him. He has improved basketball tournament hosted ton Tangela Hankerson. Congratulations ( )
this area. Timmy does Starke Elementary on Friday for a job well done!
in reading labels and Welcome back to is invited to come out and our 3, 4 & 5 grades are completing AT DEALER INVOICE -
He has been out with .) 'your.i rschool.awtey, their track unit. We have learned how '.
missed him. Glenda Broqker Hampton and to use a baton for running relays; how
I. also. been missed. \ Elementary will be competing to decrease our times for sprints; to r. All 1982 & 1983 Bronco's
Mri: Winkler's each other. The boys are now in- put the shot; to throw the discus and
Here are some things track and are running between one softball for distance; the standing

w.. ear, ej ate.. $uh..., "II I -two-miles" They; are' broad' jump; and by this Friday all 3, ....I,':' ...;... I'a'. '
-' u,1 '+ dfly"'! ) .n'n4l '"fptrtande eftfinning. \ 4, &5th grade girls will betiltcessfultripwi : AI1" dINVOICE, '__
Newsome fjyeldF; the food ... If., ij & can .t. $ i g2ione mile;: 11itf1. fir ter. 3 'n:) l ul'J :J I: .
!.>ating, in a t oduc, 1 WKifJ<' tracjt'' starsf 11> a'bCT 1C 1 & 2 ,
birds that slng-Benjl/ jnoveme .. 4' .1kwt ": '"' tr I '
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the toys / get-Andy program called Every Child A ,students have completed the ; :...;: ___ ___ ,_ ,
t Pilgrims who Invented / and are enjoying it. Washington State Fitness Test. This
Charles-Jones; For Mr. Thomas. princlpalWe: test measured strength enduranctf,
Marcus Patray; For a ,successful trip to WJXT-4 power and speed through the test '
f James Giles; For a Saturd y. All 15 students were items: Curl-ups Push-ups Standing
Krlcher; For Special thanks to Mrs. Broad Jump and the 30-yard Dash. '
man; For all/ the n: for.accompanying the You're Number One in Our Book. 'S'PECIAL SALE
Crawford: Because nls to, Jacksonville .Cole Good Work!11!IIP.tterson's!
drove the bus for us and did Fourth Grade
Tanfo'ni: 'El r son;f ;
excellent job. Our first;order of Class:(Homeroom) A-B Honor Roll-
act our teacher-Jennifer, .it. ; was sent out this week. We'll Alex. Porter and John Robbins. '
principal so anyone ; :
can whop 'em-Chris ,again after Christmas if'you B-Honor Roll-Kim Wall and Frankie' 83 f.:150 ((4x4))
churches-Latonya lujtA4dta'I want one. Have A Nice Day! Rizer. NO.T3319
President-Raynard ergartf'n ClassKindergarten Janet Gunning's Fourth Grade n,
Mamas and now working on a variety of Class am proud to announce that Six Power Brakes
Jeff Hester made 300 Speed, Steering, ,
bett; For the activities. Christmas straight-A's on his '. .
report card and the following students:

\:Hankerson 4Ut; For\t atli}.)- ( t\ --..)...and are the hanging'children'are In.busy the Brewer made the A-B Carla Honor Stephens Roll: Gary, Den Jill, : Low Mount Mirrors, Limited Slip Axle, Sports

Me For ".t' o i ,; r' Smith.Williams.Monika Williams, and Andy Instrumentation. $ f% O ifl CQQ

HappTbirOKTSy to
Mrs. Tetstone's ;
Class: Our class has
about Halley's [ u TheMeatStorei #
Ryan Reddish for
cle to share with the .
'' 1982 Escort
Degun 10 learn E { Squire
system. Some students "

from extra credit ir.World by Book '105 Edwards Road Wagon "GL" 'Loaded, 1982 Ford Escort
i;Pre on
W>plS-<;- :

,..rifls',.is studying Second 964-8290' 10.750/0 : Financing 2 Dr. Rental
\ I out what 200 RebateDiscounted

Studants eaten'\aVwor have'-made I FRESH $ 4 7. 9 500
magaiir to'find 120000
from the Four Basic: \ Ground Beef 1.29USDA = ( '
have planned menues i .Klb... : :
\ off sticker
activities related to \ ,, "" 1'. :
SiRLOIN "' : ?" ,
improved in reading: ; CHOICE TIP: : 'w, r. _
'Super good listeners: ,
.. Angela Barber;.Most Roast .; ((1. ''991
. .' ... : ,, 1983 : Pickup
spelling: Sidney Hall. .',: ; ,.. *: ;, 1983 Ranger 1982 Escort
to Detrich Smith ; TENDER'N"' \\4-;" '' 11. ',LTD;. Sedan '
Lester Nov. 10; M. P. 4speed, AM-FM cass.

Williams Stephanie Nov.Clark 30. ; :: 'T BON or't ; ; 4 dr., fury IoadcdVanila.List .] : stereo, step'bumper,'heavy 4. dr.:, (New) auto., 10.75.

;;'; '':I; i file rtl iD.tJMt.clI..9RU ., Rib'E"I I $teaks; : .: mor'9.90. $11,567. Invoice! ,Sale. GVW: pkg., t.gauges; save. / .

ftt-H "'wa1kQiJ'F'rt 1-1: ; 1 PAK -, P ...,. $ 10,000 2000. interest, List $659500
i,ft: fI. Cbapm s FMlL.Y' ?/
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; t J : xtpit : rs tti:1'9 $59,9500
r:!ttiad : t.CrT !) 5695 ? Sale,
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.i'l I (PP.o I / leg sure 3 righsC'hlt'I: : VC9 11 JUstrivetsSpecial! shipment of LTD .

'Me I ,MJ".; ,4. t i|I :; FRESH COUNTS snLSj' H'4Sau'age '$ J. : n rIlWD: rigtttrf&sf special. order ,oft \

''1 ,3-9 fese'cArs producedin
r A' [ !| ''''' t'u.: ... ,lt. : / tu-tone paint I
DoU.A CarJrat.54s J "'' yn q'''bt Icombiridiions :
'CVinv1 roof !
perfect students spelling received tests < 4i t.h... 199Cl \ ,, : save

-six weeks: April _..- .-, ..--. .U .1.Ii 1/2 III .. I Offli !l L. :: ,""Jr .' '". .i. f liMe

Slake ThomasV-J, : I y. ...,.."'- t L ..,. :( '1.117' raA _: M3.' a, ,n'-
iy Nugent :got M ,, 9"9-.1 e IBII provide yo wjJ} a'motodzed.copytiof our "Factory'Invoice" for your finance
I '-11C . . I. .., "":.Ht! I' 0..i only additions ate '.tax' and. tag'..Call.. us' .for. ..your'best. deal.!' '
White's Third
We're pleased tapiai4 -' did anti s. _
Daniel Dean, with us 'Milk .J .M. '2t09
grade class. Our $i d ,. .. .. .. ILLEGAR MOTORS
the week JWOM .1. itr" ,. .
Deana tlolI O a.&:9. 111 adison Street Corner of US 301 & Madison St.

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I' I I Four Added to Tour of Homes From Page 9 STEEL BUILDINGSAll

herrod) Hamilton Home The beautifully Undacaped corner ; The.first floor of the 1905 vintage '. '
: Prison Cases in Court ..4.f 'Qoeof,the oldesthonj w InSUrke- .lot on the corner of N.,Walnut and Btf;;,41 '.t; ,home:has: five large rooms:'"and new. Boy,dlrectv : ,

: t the Stwrrod .Hamilton home an N. Adklns Btreeta,baa a two story white\ powder room,plus big ccreenerTpOrch : 50x75x10. $1.99 sq. tt. ;

Wataut street the former home of the bouse with blue trim'on ICOxlSO lot. :and open entrance porch The Other sizes available

I I ....... __. ;late Judge A. Z. and Lois Adkina has to the back of the property II alar8e'garage upstairs includes five,bedroom* and Call toD free T..o0-3443o1 t r. :
: State Attorney ,been added to the Tow of equipped with tool Louse. aDd two baths. All the rooms have been
,\irtpecial trial term lain teuton thisEeh represented by Assistant Home. Sunday redecorated the
adjoining two utility cotns. by JUamUtona
I in Bradford County Circuit with John Jay Gontarek. I .

,0ift, ; George H. Pierce presiding. Scheduled for today (Thursday) U -II a. ,.. _..-._____R._-____-- _............_,_._--'-.-.-,,---------,-- -II It
,throo scheduled cases involve in- inmate Rubin Sweeting charged with
t ut at Florida State Prison. two counts of battery upon a law en- Cant act LmnmmmSingle
"" foe trial started Wednesday for in- forcement oflcer and two counts of Multi MUe 1.

..ui John Atterbury, who is charged resisting an officer with violence.
tk attempt to commit murder-first Scheduled to be on trial Friday are : ,,. "
!. gr re and inmate In possession of inmates Evans C. Martin, Jr and I Iuprems
contraband a weapon. John Turner. They are charged with I Stee sBiiiIBiiiI

Atterbury is charged with stabbing attempted escape, aggravated bat- I Vision Sph..
"How inmate Horace Anderson June tery great bodily harm disfigurement Ply Polyester Belted Tires .

l> of this year in K-wing at FSP. dlsabUtyTkidnapping.. holding I Size FET Price SIZE FEY'Price I; (Hard Lenses Reg. 125.00, Soft Lenses Reg. 150.00)) -'
iMblic Defender Rick Replogle is hostage and robbery.Sleigh '
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I P215/75014 2.38 '37.88 P21575R14 2.62 '57.88

'--- Load P225/75D14 2.61 '39.88 P20575R15 2.61 '54.88 "

P215/75013/ 2.46 '38.88 P21S75R15 2.79 '56.88

of Unique Christmas P225/75015/ 2.66'39.88 P22575R15 2.95 '58.88 LOCATED AT: r:':>Q

Gifts from P235/75015 2.96 '42.88 P23575R15 3.09 '63.88_ US 3J1! S. & Edwards Road ./

I .' Alignment VISA' Across from Community Bank _The_ Eyeglass_ _Store_

We Have RV Tires 9648588OPEN

J; :i ..Jan.. Cralt $hap $ 1 2 50 Mist drift. :c:1'l for Your Truck I : Mon-Frl Sat 9-5:30 9.1:00 1;'

215 E. Call St. 964-7633 Downtown Starke I Ught Trucks ______________________________

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I Quality Service Super Savings from
'l Your One Stop Shop COMPLETE I
Eyewear Specialists
for Owntd Opinttd by FOREIGN CARREPAIRS T
GARAGE Pit & Dean CorbtH L. Sumner Owner Licensed
4 Rodney Optician
Christmas Craft Suppliesand
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: LAKE LOT on sand bottomed SAILBOARD Europeanmake SAT.., dec. 11. 95. Auto BIN. GO.. .AM .IICAN OFFICR SPACE facing OFFICE SPACE.downtown
Juke In Hlllcrest. $800 Just In time for Gaastro Sail. ports, clothing furniture. LEGION HAU.Sr-21 Sotur- lawrence Blvd. Next doorto next to State Form.
: dawn, $146.44 p.r month. Christmas.registered. 6 week old. Perfect condition, $650 or household Item, plant.. CARPENTER WORK day. 7 p.m. and Sunday Andrew Drug Alto Keystone Center Buy,,
Phone 473.4058 or $75. Call 473-4818 after best oH.r. Call Vlnce End of Payne Rd. off Remodeling work. kitchen 2-5 p.m. Public' Invited. several large offices for $!60/Mo; Keystone, ,
'" 3.4367 after 6 .1..I2I9-162tchg 4734056nlno..I21916YARD Brooklyn Bay Rd. 12/9 Itpd cabinet; and trim 10/1 tfnchg. rent I In roar of building. Heights Realty Inc., Sell

m.lO/ltfnchg STIRIOi 8 track NIGHTINGALE AT carpenter. Reasonable ALCOHOLICS facing Flamingo. Call REALTOR 4734961. Rent.
1 : BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA AM/FM radIo. record tape SALE LAWRENCE BLVO.t Sat., price Call 473-2477 after ANONYMOUS Closed 473.3411 IOn tfnchg 11/18Hnchg Trade
access lot from S5.500. player. $100. FULL SIZE Dec. II, 92. Bikes. small 5:30: p.m. 10/ltfnchg meeting Monday 8 p.m. COMPLETELY FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Doublewlde
1 $500 down. $71.74 per MAPLE BED. with box GARAGIIALIIATUIOAY.DlC. desk couch. chairs sewing CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Open meeting Friday 8 house on Spring Lake. 2BR. mobilehome. 3BR.. 28ath for sure

i month. Discount on entire *. mattress, bur.au spring .. I li 9a.m. machine. toddler toys WORK Building patio. p.m. Alonon. Monday B A/C. S223/mo..S200 Double garage ottaihed.screen results
10 aer_.. One waterfront with four drawer $125 for boat and clothes men and addition., remodeling p.m. All meetings at deposit. Call 264-5334 after porch. On 2 acre; .
: lot. Call 473437S. 10/1 to 4 p.m. Fishing women clothes. Lot of home and tile work. Free Educational 1 BuildIng Com. 6. Hnchg 10/1 on lake Hutchinson use the
J 'frnchgCOMMERCIAL $75. Call 473-2562 12/9 motor; Jacobson riding household it.ms. Good estimate Phone 473-4473 munlty Church 473-2790 or LAKI GENEVA COTTAGE, 1 $30O/mo. first and lost and want adsHuntley
i PROPERTY on BABY FURNITURE mowar; gordon tiller; pool price Also a FREE BOX. during day. 10/1 tfnchg 475-2130. 10/1 Hnchg BR, furnished SIB3/Mo; deposit. 473-2054 12/2.9 l'
of Lowr.nc. Blvd. Crib. highchair table;color TV;radio and Across from Keystone ALTERATIONS AND TAILOR OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 2tchg
corner toilet seat car seat much more. N. on 21 to Stat. Bank. 12/9 ING LAKI JOHNSON. !lIlt
'I and Flamingo near SR-100 Itpd European style quality !! dues. fee or welghlns f
baby toys other Item 352. follow paved Rd. Two house Couple only. kitchen
and SR214s.parat. Intersection SAT.. DEC. Ill 9-till MULTI work. Call 473-3390 for open meeting Tuesay
office com- Call 473-2800. 12/9 Itchg mil... Whit. Sands Lake. FAMIL Y..N.w exercise appointment. 12/9-16 7:30 p.m. St Anna* equipped. NO PETS.

J. flexes; corn.r lot with en LOWRY .ORGANs .t..Iisp.ok.r. See signs. 12/09 Itchg bench and many otheruseful I I Episcopal church: Key.'on.H.IOhu. ,'7'/mo. Call 4732000. Redfearn'sSERVICES
rhythm section
hances on 3-lde. of Item. 3 mile northof 473.2790 12/9 Itpd
"Building: Owner financed $975. FRIGIDARE NOTICECIASSIFIED Melrose on HWY 26. FOR SALE 10/1 tfnchg Steve Broadway
refrigerator $85. SEARS
Wth low Interest rot. Call Watch for sign. 12/9 Itchg FIREWOOD [I liNGO lion Club across
413.4920 or 473.3411 portable sewing machine. ADVERTISING MULTI FAMILY Fri.. Sot.. from high school. Tuesay, A:+- CedarChristmas TREE SERVICE :.
: .fr/1 Hnchg $25. Call 473-2291 12/9 should be submitted to the Dec. 10. ,It, 94. Bicycle, Black Jack Oak Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular .\ ; 4734340or

:j 178 F100 FORD TRUCKi POTTED Itchg HERBSi Wide lake Region Monitor office golf club. toy. 473-4732: after 5 P.M, 7:30 p.m. Public Invited.' ._ 1* Removal t.
von.ty. In writing and paid In advance -. houiewores dining set. Trees .- 473-4252
!I Long bed 300 6 cylinder 10/1 tfnchg.
perfect Christmas .
:t motor standard transmis for favorite girt unless credit I I. clothing. much more. s--- .' : Trimming I
cook. Call
I I sion. N.w paint |lob 473-3896 your 12/9 ItpdTRAMPOUNIi already established with Downtown Keystone Free Estimate '..
R throughout. Excellent condition this office.Monitor across from Eagles Dept. Rkiy's.Jtwy.ioo Cut or Die Your Own I ,
229. .
Olympic Major
staff. cannot beheld :
'r1597: 11/24 3495.tmchg Phone" site.. 279. alto octagonal r.on'lbl.w.f.rml.toIf Store. 12JtchO'. ... ,,-' .. :le tdc': 'Call r Doris ,$Z.5Operft. : It.j.73 413L, : LIettic A Dla.L1&,1
size.: $339. Full ..'.'-ettsfliTeaf '' .....;. "9' Hour:3p.m..W *ky! ,
NEW UNFINISHED HOMEtj warranty. Hurry to LOSTFOUNDLOSTBASENJI .473-2210 12 Noon.5 Weekend I Serving Bradford A:
/ -96R.. 2Bath. 1308 so, ft. when ad I I. taken over the After 5 P.M. 1 1I .
Lakeside, Hill. Flora guarantee your by telephone.Classified. Keymton Heights West SR-tOO 3 MI. Clay Counties

Home. Small down pay Chrlstma Itchg 1-659-2500 12/9 deadline I I.Tu..day I. red and whit.: Named male 60'/b: HOME REMOOEUN6 A Watch 21B.turn for signs left. I eystone Heights I II ,Lnrranc ..... KtyI....
m.nt. 10 p.rc.nt short noon prior to Off REPAIR of al kinds KOHl I
WIND CHIMES. HAND. Thursday publication. Smurf. Geneva lake ,- 12/09 2t .hg 12/16 I .
term financed. Call Ed -
CRAFTED make. nice Minimum charge I I. IS Estate Reward no q..... additions. Ftc. >g<> > *c*!'
j 1.733-0056 or 17330123.
12/9 Christmas gift*. THREE word for $2.75 then 10 tlO"'. Call 475-1160. 12/9 All Fixture In Stock Estimates. Pearce
t Itchg 473-2187
PIECE SOFA. Call 475-2629 cent for each word Itchg During Month of December12OS3tchgl223 COPIES MADE
12/9 ItpdI I John Adams Builders.Exporlonce. <
thereafter. letter Sl..e 10 Repair

legel SI.. IS'
10X eH el 100 All Work Guaranteed
quantities ..I
JLJnion County Ads """n_"' ''''''''"""1111101..11 tit!Ul 1 It II r:UJ:,os14.tsa,4.4+, :_"' r II JtI with B erf.W SerVICeS All Brands. .Including Microwave, *?.!

Nightingale at Lawrence I Serving lake Region-"' ......-.wl.. .
I I '-1 ( O4))614.6174
itee to a mere beautifulcomeleilon Behind Keystone Ins.
SERVICES with ----------.-.--- - -
Mary Key .. .. .. ..
FOUND-lAKEtlDI PARK AND AD. Cotmetks. For .
jSDEERRs Tractor 842 hours. SWIMMING ARRAl Aug. 9.prescription ClOSI OUT ON All DING MACHINES FOR 160 S. Lok. Ave.. LakeButlor. facial. a call centpllmentery collect .- !Yr' : '4O1511ERSONAL
I like n 116.000. Tlmb.r.ll.Skldd.r 4963978. CompleteInsurance Starke Ads 0- .s.. "" .5;. vt.ff. tI'
FABRICS In lock.
sun 01Contact $3 a RENT Union County Times. Diane Taylor tll.IIIIII'ttI''I't
4 | W/Esco Crappie Service. TFN ,
Union County yard. Phone 496-2219 or 89: SW 2nd Ave.. lake ((964)259.fl$7K.nn.dyCroft) '
Borco 120 g. :
SI 2000.
Slooder Time*.496-2261. TFN 8/19. 4963143.TFN Butler. Phone 496-2261 for Jo .
Slasher Ads
SI 2.000. Classified .
lOSTi Gray'cIaog taken 1021BABYSITTING more Information. TFN
':jond 1979 Ford from Charily Moore' car IN MY HOME 10/1. Get Results OO
.j Ptak-Up. last Saturday night. Dec.4. UNT TO OWN A New SEJVICES.TYPEWR'TE "
Furnish lunch. 6 a.m. until CtVI. I'
rough condltlon.n..d.ropolr. 14 ft. !
with FIshing _ _
some ImportantItomo Baldwin Piano of
: make bid. will sell very 3 p.m. $30 per week any your Independent .
In H.There will be age. Phone 496-3402.2tchg choice. Porramore Musk Fiberglass, with 20 hp 'R'B AIR"V''Co1f5: uiDPoRb ktPri 'SIItVaC
Dee. 2 to the highest bldjder. &lLL"lIAW :
Code Service Completesharpening
special reward given. now 9047326776. Ocala. 7/8 trailer
12/9 12/16. Johnson the Office Shop. 110 Residential
Farmer and D.oi.rsfBank. Wj. ,
question akeJ If return I HnSrORAGI By the |10..... the hour. Na service, circular pump-out
Shand Howard. WOULD UKI TO KH Shakespeare trolling mtr., Call St., Stork, for d.taIlsI MS we alto re-lay' drain
496-2101. Itchg 1/18. ed. Itchg 12/9. YOUR CHILD 'In my 'homewhile SPACE FOR ISNT.Appro.lmat.1y |lob toe big or tea moll. swivel eat, and life hand carbIde, 964-3764. tft ltMM.964ai31.ill8HnTHAT
/' chain blade hollow
PRESS LUMBER FOR SALE you work or 800 square High Quality Work efReesaneble cushion. .r GLASS CUT TO
ORDEj j; .wApd.to0IHfgt
Christmas shop. I will be feet for additional I Information Price.. $ .OOO"rtII I ground and balanced j -
Custom sawing. Bill Sapp Door, window .tc. *YOU BUSINESS
REAL leave
at Jackson
available day or night. call 4962261. TFN. 4V-1004 4964I41Cittto Building .
Ralford. Phon. 4311376.
tchg 12/2 12/9. ESTATE Very reasonable rot. I Keyfsonei 9646078.'Order "YHAr'vtJlg' O\ '
hove I 12X72 3 bedroom 2 full i Lake *"ol otaken
reference I will be Height or Butler. ,
) )LIDAV CACTUS In bud '- ''
I md bloom.' 50 cent to SS LOOUMO FOR pedal glad to give.. you. Please' bathe nice yard garden lta. *.!.. ......., ..... TFNchg 496-3079 In and lake Keystone BUtler; 1AIcohellc.""-4110 111..u.si'"IW:,.._ '
call ma at 496-3731 and ask spot. Phone 496.2042.Itchg s.d w-,' SEWING MACHINES
lacge orchid cactus S7.50 piece of property If I Idon' w._' Iii.1rs..' CettIoOf 11.b
.... 473-4973. 2/26
Height 9 4W
1 11/23. 1,3S pi nFAMILY
for Karen. 2tchg 12/9 ...._ IUI5I'.Ul REPAIRED All make
I 16rfolk Island Pin. SIS .have H. HI find HJulask .... toy Wie to.d5 !
I 3SItrary Mary.. Garden ....JANE S. USHER. 12/16. THRU BEDROOM APART- ;=:=; :: 'aD__sup.tme ::..':::' I cleaned oiled and adjusted. HAIRDESIGNERS 11/2:113: tpd t
SR 121. LoCro.... Phon. REALTOR 496-2136 or OARAGI SALE Saturday. 9 MINT IN LAO BUTLER $15. Work 1 W1U nfM'y put on now I
1.-1561.I Closed Sundayand 4962903. eve*.. "Your a.m. until all day. ,Toy, S120 per month, referenceand guaranteed. James 144 W. C.1l1t. roof.Alto. will do complete. t
Monday. 2tchg 12/2, Union County Realtor tfn girl and boy dome sties security deposit re North Florida Strickland comer MorganRd. 9647303Open lawn work. Jahn.lIockbum. .
I 814. blk... 265 NW 2nd quired. Phone 4962179.
12/9. 3/96. and 16. %4642. 11/23:
Hwy TFNchg
A_. near Lakeside Park Itpd 12/9. Farmers Livestock Market Inc. T.W.4P. 9 Ml 1:30Thurs.ilAMtfl7PM
: WHEELER With speed con- Venera Brown Glenda. Webb llchg 12/9. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE ,((1-.. N...t-n*m u.s.441....Uk.ClOy) ad. Free estimate ODD JOBS Remodeling
I trol. Excellent condition. 496-3022. Sandy Hazert HOME 12X60. call 'b ,-(...)'... l.&aII.CIOy.Ie .pg.Js..mIU. Fence Co.. owner Sat. 9 AM till PM pointing. roofing yard 1
Phon.4962051.ltpdI2l9.ICANS. 496-394: eve or GerrtLennon 496-3798. TFN beg 12/9. L"-d ...... w.olU be..... Tammy Reddish. 9648559.: Appointment* work specialize In mobile.
I PAPER SHELLs 5 496-3140. Tiffin and J.di..fl$., pl..44. V8)/aJ.BaarMil, .._ b. Net Always horn.
pm Necessary 964-7613.
Classified Ads T.W.w........ ._ Hnpd983MISCELLANEOUS 12/23
Call Janice _....
pound and up. 75 c.ntsa Owen*. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 _(lSdJ5g.aSpl, ,isa.tma "ne-s__ ,n Hn ": 2tchg 129iBABYSTTTINOi
pound. Call 4962432. Bast 7e*. Lake Butler. FU Get Results 495-2261 --I( BABYSITTING Toddler and I In my '- ..
Itchg_ 12/9. | tfn die. ,,6. up. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Will Reasonable rat.., call .1
-.. pick-up from school. Call 94-4003.
12/09 .
Pin PUPPIES' : 1/2 Itpd ....
Breaker 485-1861.: 9/23 tfn WILL BABYSIT
I Water Beds chihuahua. 1/2 poodle. 3 your children
CHILD CARES My home. Two New Year Eve ..
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month old. mole and my
Now, Accepting Applicationsfor : Port.Pull TimeWork famale. call 964-6393. opening 2 to 3 year*. Artactlyltl. '-. Reasonable rate. !
Prom HomeOperating OrderyoW"'beautllul factory-finlahed I 12/09 Itchg .*. exercise.'learnIng Peggy H..tort. 964-6363.

I A water beds."Includes: frame pedestal activities 964-9610.: f I 12/09 4tchg 12/30

Typing Service deck, mattress, liner and heater. From HOMES 11/11 tInDJTOM FARM SCRVfCSSi I.MIlD edT MOM Call mat or office I hov claan-. :5'i!

For det&h. .... .......... 1219. '_ FOR SALES 1 I Bulldozing, land clearing: reference exCalient ';j

I One. & Two Bedroom Apartments ..If.e44r..." eeveleeeBlACKWIlOtR WI WILL NOT U UNDfRSOLDI plowing disking -'gra..' Stork. For fro ecllmate In i

tot" Also Nude Kits from ,".95 EM cement block licu..., planting aproodorttvdI ,call 664.2732. 12/09 2tchg
CUA. flexible term, convenient : service, 'fertilise, lima 12/16
lt.2.BeSI14JCT Call Factory Rep. at 4M-2142 : seed dolo", ".. 'Call CS ..
; to everything.' .AIII... ...,
( f i : bite......."3208412OS2sdiglZ14 We Accept Visa *
MasterCharge .
LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS I ....7'tSS.' 12/09 Itchg Homer 'Hart.' ., 4962093. on car radio*, "trecka. I
I 121"' 11/11 Hn tereo turntable*. 110 Call
;. 1005 S.W. 6th St.. Lab, Butler. Rortda I r r'J I!., Stork. Itchg 12/0 .
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Ing It Believing 212 Call Fri. Sat.'One mile down We pick-up." $1001 HOME PARK. Mobil. ..1'; 74.76; 24x36" 25 cent each. U Ied

$1..? 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.Va'il ...... Rd.. In front of You '-. $125. Ollns month. Call 9648404.Itchg par. ftomes and paces for rent. B'-5.40r-4.O3 1I' 7.62: 12826.: 10-4.99i W. In printing 'I I I rulilIe.9at' :
com see us at our Sm. Recreational vehicle ;
appliances' Mobile Homo Soles, Hwy.. 12/09 monufoctvre..Jacksonville. GNat for minor | .
new location. Mont a tpoc clothes and lots more. 100 W s....... 944-9606." LINT A NEW BALDWIN welcome. Phone .....2912. Call tell tr.. lob.. Bradford. County
for yard salo.a18tfnWHOHSAll 12/09 Itpd 9/14 tfn 1-800-342-27O2. tfn .'........... 94-630. tfn. .REALTYPHIIE
RANTED PIANO tor child only ,.
every Thursdoy 7 p.m. families. hauMhokIltome. COINS 1944 and older. $22.50/ma., plus mall, far rent. 964-4784.9/09 tfn typewriter for sala HOUSE 301 South '--
Truckloods of merchandise ChIno cabinet round cot. Sterling. gold or gold filled.J. moving chorge.AII rent MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTl Office Shop. 110 W 964-6740. W. buy and sell
vollobla .v. w..k. feo and moving applies. to purchase. mile from 5...,..
ry table vinyl rocker, Bulllngton 964-4250. One city Call St.. Starke. $200. used furniture and appliance 084-77.6
Hundreds of different single bed stkt plants. IH 11/11 tin Parramore Musk limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. 10X OFFt Victor 120 Heavy .. 8/13 tin I I IRECONDmONBO .
Items, new _handl... mil. past hospital on Oaks Mall. Oolnesvllle. Call .....132:1.: 10/07 tfn. Duty calculator. Office TVSi Col-! I tteouTOCWILUBU 265 N. Temple StarkeSPECIAL .,
Everyone _leome. 2315 SR-230. look for signs. \ 378-3626.il/11 tfn KITCHENEFFICIENCYRooms Shop. 110 W. Call St.. ors starling at $100.00. ,
S.E. Hawthorn. Rd.i 12/09 Itpd CARS SPACIOUS ... 2 BA home for rent at low Starke. Trade-in's W.Ieomo. Phone I
Gainesville. 11/04 6tpd 7$ MERCURY station wagon TRUCKSHUNTERS with OUA E. Call St. Lots weekly ra.... Call Temple ONI ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16 W. 9644212.6/11 tin

12/9 $ISO. motor knocks, tractor of storage. No pet*. Call Motel. .....7357. 9/14 Michael CIHtooly subdlvl. SCRATCH I DENT SAU on
IN lAWTIYl Down $1.225.1 1 EOW/tfn .Ion. Face hard rood. .
mower and cutter SPECIAL 1976 964-5B27.il/04tfn new office furniture. Desk Slatheel-immedlate
Fries Occupancy
block from Handyway.Thurs. $490. clothe*, dishes Suburban 4-wheel' l drive, AVAILABLE after 12/1 3 BR. CLEAN MOBIL HOMES for Well, sepHc tank. SoIling filing cabinet secretarial
.. Fri.. $at., 9.5. Pool misc. 1750 S. Water St.. .350 3/4 ton. 1850. 2 BA and large fenced rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Close $7500. Will take terms. chair. Save up to 40X off 53000. tlk* New3 bedroom. 2 bath.

tab)*. 2 jukeboxes, and Hwy. 100 S., Plnetree Inn Priced eng.to sell! Call back yord. Call after S to prison. .Call .....1323. 964-5606.ACRES located 10/07 facing tinS State cost. The Office Shop. 110 Ha fireplace. Assume $t 1.000 mar
other furniture, clothes:>> 964-4450, Dec. 9.12,12/09 10/07 tin.2ROOM W. Call St.. Starke.
944-5604. 4tchg 9645511. 11/18 :
and hou..hold Itomi. 11/11, p.m. Rd. 227. Brooker Rd. tgag. __
ItchgFAMIUISt 12/02 4tchg12/9 In $14.300 with terms. PAC-MAN. SMURFF. AC.
783-3412. 12/09 Itchg a lake Geneva, BO CHEVETTt 4 AC Law'.". 782-3438 or tfn TION 3-subect| composition i
std, ROOMS FOR RENT nice RD.. _. .... \
THURS.. mil 9th lOth 9 off Rd. 100 sculptured 7823949.30 tin books $1.19. The Office 18 EAST-Nem.I 1.6 Ac. P Only .1'
a.m. to 4 p.m. 16 W. to doll., children clothing, .rear window defogger..por. room. TV. hoot and wallto HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping 2 WESTERN SAODUSi good 110 W. Call St.. t COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES. BeeuHM. brick II........ I e(.
.. model clean condition $200 each Shop. |
wall $45 and ......,
N.W.25th Ave. or Pleo' ont misc. home Items. 12/09 carpet up. room. TV and Air. 964-8738. 12/2 12/9 Starke. HAMPTON A. SIMM Ac. Oreat \
$3.500. 964.6603. 12/2 Call "".9992. 2tchg ..,. .. .. .... .
Grove Rd. What not. Itchg 3tchg 12/16 Peggy. Underwood Motel, 3 mil. 48 lOUD WOOD DOOIISa'x6I2'xl31""S30ooch. NICI IAROE Kerosene CONNIRLY BSTATES-Brick M J BA new.RD.
dlihei, new crochet work 2 FAMIUESi Baby Items, 1973 FORD PKKUPi'1/2 11/18 4tchg 12/9 north of Starke on Heater, with some pipe .... aooutIfuIlIrIda kerne., I
and other treasure. 12/09 toys, women, men 70000. Call 964-5882.ton CLiAN UNFURNISHED Highway 301. 9/16 tfn excellent for work benches $85. 1971 Datun pkk-up. *erWi'e jAl ...*.. ........ ...*. BVOTWeW. j
Itpd clothing mlc. Starts 9 Itpd 12/09 HOUSE ... 1 bath In city SMALL COTTAGE on desks, tables, 1600 series. good tires.. DALIW000-LEk. new brick fireplace $' .100.
THUM.. FRI. end SATs 10 till a.m., Fri. ft Sat.. D.c.10 I 1979 TOYOTA LW$, 9 spd.. of Starke, nice quiet Klngtley Laka. heat shelves, 9648738. 12/2 new battery,. $850. WASHINGTON ft WATM-(2)) S BR hang, ".000.
5 p.m. In building behind 11. 1509 Brownlee .St. radio, hooter. CB radio neighborhood. $175 per available Nov. to April I, 2tchg 121'HIGHLY 964.8071.12109 Itpd LAKI BUTLER AREA-ISO so. h.keme.for.3-bldg.S A.I"
..Tackle Box. 12/09 Itpd 12/09 Itchg sliding rear window white month call 964-8734. 12/9 no pets, deposit required.: FERTIUZEDi Argentina 1972 22 FT. Holiday vacationer to M Ac. high 0 dryt. 34 Ac. peal SI. Augutttne peitufet
.....SATs 8:30 to 5. 115 Mar SUN.. DIC llthi 9 a.m. till. ? poke tire., excellent ItcKa 5332366. 11/18 tin Bahla Hay. J.M. Edwards $2,700 or nag. Two 17.. ,.,.... All Owner Financed. *-
tin St., 2 Mock Eat of Queen size bed. Pine dition. Low highway ml.con... 4 BEDROOM 2 bath. ....-5379. 12/09. Good shape call anytime. UOWHUIIID-IOMheIte. 3 A. $,... A. term
Ho.pitol.12/091tchq Hutch gas grill dishes and 3500. Jacksonville. fireplace In city, one 3 2 BKDROOMi 1Vt bath furnished 4tpd 12/30 9646279. 12/09 Itchg WILSON RD-' .....' lets, 20% dowse $ yr. 18%

9 AM. FRI t SATi Dec. 10 & other good Items. 1003 879-1149 anytime. 12/09 bedroom: 1 bath. In country mobile home. Call ATARI VCS... with All for 12cortridg. gome$229. CORD OF SPLIT OAK $73. to HAMPTON LAKI-Itidk. mint cend.. 23(0 se. H.irrril _
11. 1042 Plnebreeze Dr. Wilson Rd., behind tfn and 1 trailer lot. 9646365. after 9 In afternoon Call 533-2947 after 4 order call 533-2776. between LAKI SANTA FI-Ft-Skewplece 2 A.Greet view" I 0\
Turn off Rd. p.m. KINOSLEY LAKI.Irkk .... 90" 1608 ft. .
Colley onSouthgat. water. M.
hospital. 9645398. 12/09 1977 CADILLAC 448-1980. Theressa area of 6 9 12/09
Call p.m. p.m.
new motor. 12/9 12/09 12/14
.. follow tlgm. Itpd anytime. Itpd Rd. IS. 12/0921chg 12/14 2tpd Itchg COUNTRY aUs-1.7 A,a** m. $....toO......,.'/\. ....000.
sharp Interior. 9646774. STUDIO APT.. $210 first U' PHUCO color TV needs "
Items Include trumpet with FRI. I SATs 8.30 till 2 p.m. 12/09: Itpd197S last months 2 BEDROOM furnished apt., repairs. $100. Call after 3 SWEET POTATOES $8 STEIN R .Hos.. ..r., rental. kerne. 8 MH spaces, ;
rent plus
co.. $125; motorcycl. hel- It.m. at, mans, ladles ft FORD LTD 4 door fully air conditioned* heat call p.m. 964-6885. 121091khg bushel. Jerry Whltoheod. FIVE OAKS-Brkk. 3/2 frpks..SM.600 eeer Country dub. I
$10 3/4 size and lull cleaning d.po.lt. No LAKI BUTUR-Brick kerne 2 A. III.....
mont ; children cloth., toy.. equipped. 9648634. 1430E. 964-6201 after S 12/09 ItchgPHOTOGRAPHIC 964.6147.12/2 2tchg 12/9 flnencmg.
... p.m. "
site gold velvet cathedral baby crib two antique Call St. 12/09 ltd utlllt. Call 964.7347 or 2tchg 12/16. Good used:, CORNER CABINET SIARINO ST-C/I. sa..... 3/2 CHBA. owner fin. _,
size headboard $10 each; dressers 1 needs: repairs, VW 68 MODIFIED with 533.2157,12/09ltchq by Deiur cheap. 7823154. DOORSt GLASS ISO CLARK ST.Brlck. $41,900. 3 BR. 1% B, frpk. !I
NORTH WALNUT Sit Three and shelves.
cloth*), double electric lots of other ml c. One fiberglass fenders hood STARKEt 3 BR. 1 both house, 12/09 I Itpd day bed with light CYPRESS ST- 4 W. 2 5. CB. keewHM .... $...000. '
hamburger cook.,. $3, mil. out Butler Rd. Rain or.hlno. stove refrigerator, car- bedroom, 1 bath from. CEDAR CHRISTMAS', TRUi largo chair storage BESSSNT RD-3.. 2.. CHftA greet. location $' 7."' .'
runs good glass
single Presto burger $2, / tchg mileage needs great more gas fix port. .her/dryer hook. homo. Screened porch. Will dig or cut. shelled: fee table. some small top rot- .BRADFORD VIllAS-Bridi 2 R. IV* B, new, 535.000.n
fertilizer preader, uted: LAWN MOWIRSi ride and Ing, and paint, $500 firm up $215 mo. First last, Call 964-8931.. Itchg 12/09 pecans, $3 pound. ton Item. All In top condi ''FORSYTH8 RD-MH en 8 A.. 18 eecen trees. ".000. .
twice. $15. 964-7927.12/09 push mowers and tool. 964-7138. 12/09 tin and security, 468-1509. 964.7698.12109 Itchg tlon. Call 473-2121 after OFF CRAWFORD RD-lewtey( )BR.2B workshop $......
Itchg and little' of _rythln9. 1970 DELTA 88 dents, 12/09 2tpd 12/16. FLORIDA 90 Strawberry 5:30 p.m.. 12/O9 Itpd OFF 301-1 IR. I B frame, $19.000 term. ;;
TOYS furnltura, cloth. Friday. 9 till ? Sat.. 8 12. good Interior no reliable SIX ROOMS and bath with HELP Plants you dig. 964.. ..... 12" RADIAL AIM SAW and ALTON RD-1 ".. A frame ...... 24200.

j.426 N. Walnut St.. Sat. 8 noon. N. Ch.rry St.. transportation $450, range and refrigerator. WANTED 12/09 Itchg three blades,. 320 N. 216 W. WELDON-2 .. fn_. """'. perch $24.009".
f a.m. 12/09 ItchgWO 9646957. 12/09 Itpd negotiable. 9646627.. $175 no pets. One 2 2 Malamute VR. OLD MALI Husky Alaskan, $150. Cherry St. 12/09 Itpd HAMMOND RD-MH, family. room ......... S22.SOO.
SAUl 8 to 7. 544 W. Call FRI.. DEC. 10. Sat.. Dee. It. 12/09 Itpd bedroom: apt.; $200. and REAL ESTATE SAlESPEOPLSiScholonhlps 964-4774. 12/09 Itchg 1971 STATLER MOBILE WILSON RD 230A-4.70 Ac. 11700. ?
jSt. 12I091khg miles South HOME! 12x60. 2 BR. I both. FACING GOLF' COURSE-Hendom. old 3 2
3 on Highway 1979 FORMULA Firebird, PS one 3 room apt.,with bath available for GOOD ANTIQUE PIANO 3 yr. BR BAFern.
.3 FAMIUESi Dec. 10. 11. 12. 301 at Old hou. Decide PB. PDL, air, auto low lights and hot water furnished unlicensed: person. ERA need: some work. Perfect ford$3.800 W. lasher. Brad- Rm w/flreplace. LR. DR, 3-cer encle*. ..,.... pv'd
9-5. South 100 1V4 mil. Whispering Pine Motel' 9 mil... AM/FM stereo. 1st $160. No pets. Faulkner Realty 964-5065. for older 'home decor aswell 12/09 Trailer Park.. Storke. driveway. Unusually beeutlful I useful .......-.-..- .
out of city limits on sit. a.m. till 5 p.m. I2I09ltchg offer over $4500. 964-6604 961.8071.12/09 Itpd 10/28 tfnCRUISE a. beautiful musk. Itpd custom drapes. stove, Nt,.... D/W W/D. Owner llnenfIng.

964-7255. / Itchg SAT.ft SUNS 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. after 3 p.m., anytime FURNISHEDi SHIP JOBS I Great Income Only 3250.964.5950.12/09 .
I FAMIUISt Frl.. Sat.. Dec. Women clothe, kid weekends. 12/09 2tpd 2 bedroom potential all occupation PIANOS Kohler Campbell SAMPSON -1'Ac.. .. Well power pole. deck.
10. II. C/ofhes. sporting clothe*, misc. Items. Ellington 12/16. hou., no pet. Inquire' *, for Information call plrtet console, now condi MOBILE. HOMESERvidE $30,000., ifiFOtJYTHI I
good. books camper Rd., follow signs 1979 TRANS AM Anniversary after 4, 9645584. 12/09 (3127419780.) .... 2120. lion Is never used: good 'POLES RD-14 Ac., frame kerne I ...... '
shelf speakers lot of 12/09 Itchg addition or 1978 Itchg 11/182tpd 12/09 homo value 1500. Sell WAYNI DOUGLAS Broker Setemon. -9646593LIUIANPEARSONBrekerSelemenf64S31l
mine. Items. 3*.16 fast two Buick electro. 944-7955. MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom TELEPHONE SOLICITOR part 3750.964.7138.12/09 tin 100 AMPC16ffiOO .r
miles, turn ,loft on N.W. LOSTFOUNDREWARDUostjsmaU 12/09 Itchg on GrIHI Loop first lost time working hour. Man- CHEST TYPE FRtiZIRi Like ; / NOVA WARD-Irokor Selsman-964-74S4 .

10th. follow' signs, JEEPS cars trucks under plus deposit no pets. Fri 5 p.m.... 9 p.m. Phone new, $150, also electric' 200 IMP ANNE nRWILLEGAR NELSON Salesmen-47S-I677 ,
964-6947.; 9 HII JI 12/09 Ifpd i 964-8816. typewriter. $50. C.II964.4005j3091tad
$100 available at local 12/09 964.S165.F1a. Tim.sUnion.
,4 'liI.\IIZ' -11'-boys- beogU' .sIn go T-o1es1h'Your tlJ4 i:. 112/16. 17/091fchg- I I iw, ..+.3 .-'" .w.wL :ojHI

ctolhlng;, Infants(girl.) size,I vicinity of US-301 N. Tattooed Call (refundabla) LOT FOR RENTS Suitable for .BEGIN $144 WEEKLY Natlonal I
ale mths. Mens A ladlesclothes in _r. 6998. Call double
1-419-569-0241 axt. 5121 single car or wide Shoklee Distributor E.D.S.Construction
child's piano 964-7512.10/21 ffn for directory on how to mobile home. For Information needs two local persons to WANTED TO BUY'' .

couch etc. Boy..... Hwy., purcha. 24 hrs. 12/08 call 964-5871. 12/09 mall free samples In spareatbne. Raccoon, Otter, CO.I
9647096. Thurs., Fri., Sat. MISCELLANEOUSQUICK 3tpd 12/23 2tpd 12/16 Write 5hakl_. 946 Bobcat .
; 12/09 ItehgfRI. Patricia San Antonio, r, 1 l(904)4952MDougwilding ( )
8 SATi Dec. 10 ft 11. i Classified Ads Texas 78213. 12/09 Itpd 16/4137
J Contractor
).Electric heater carseat, CASH I buy mortgage REPAIR SERVICE :
and free and cleat i Results Working quality Economics Together
(. carpet, toaster .' Hot A/C. appliance .. .. .
house*. Call Mike - : Commercial 8. ResMentlel
bedspreads, linens tools, now. 'Licensed .Rond.dLow T ...
Meek.... '.0. Box 14264. -......... --.. .
rpot*,. dishes, & '
pans Rates BRADFORD LIMEROCK I Shop Compare!! 1:
{ and much Galne.vllle. Fl 32604 I SALES bonito N........T..lie_T..1..M "
shotgun; coats ,
Xmore.. 7Vt ml south dMrr"bn phone :377-2255. 12/2 tin Cell 964-4387 Smell. Crushed Umereck* Special Insurance for LItoMaI I*in.UMlSiiBMtoM*....::
'st SR-100 121091 12/O92tpd 12/16 Building Sand B Or.whS.ptie Mobile Home Parks S.arolHom.sLowt.y -- art*. .
.K. ; Tank Dramftold Rock.Phon.702.3172 .All types of Area-$23,5OO* Up

This Month ..homeowner for Also Hove Acreage
Special policies .... ...
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Tractor: Painting Classified Ads i ALLEN E.TAYLOR- I mobile, homes. Sta rice Area: LIMITED TIME ONLY

.?_? Results ., = *' Cal for Quote'Olin's 4 BR. 2 BA-535,000 ....:
of all Get J .
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BuY:: I ", ._ ._ .. _. .. IteM I 7a*._31 \\3 br., brick veneer 11% bath, central H/A ;
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ACEQ3 carport, utilty room and .J
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luo-qmuq leltnefc, : 1 I Use Your Home Equi r us for a quote. > '

,>alb vol-ei, il' I ,. .. --. > 964.6853 PHONE 964.6853 i!
"* ty. We make 1st & 964-5010 CARCAREWashed

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W..I4..III.. I"c. > ,, Buffed & Waxed Longchamp Homes Inc. .:.

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4 and Mrs. Bobby Norman of Lawtey Baptist Hospital,Ia'Jacksonville Rossie Reddish They were on their races at the Jacksonville Speedway in
r By EliiabeUi Terry Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. George and Mr and Mrs. Floyd Tomlinson of# Friday. Our prayers are with them. ,, way to Tallahassee to see their son Jacksonville on Saturday night. t(
>. Phone 781-3300, Smith of Jacksonville spent Lake Butler. Airman Tomlinson is Mrs Mabel Parrish of Avon Park'' David play football on Saturday. He 13ennettWilkison of Mr.
Thanksgiving day in Savannah, Ga. stationed at Cheyenne, Wyo Marla visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice has a football scholarship to that and Mrs. Jr were
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: visiting other relatives. and the children expect to join him for on Wednesday. university.Mr. Mr. and Mrs Tony Hodges and family -
,, '. Grace United Methodist Church has Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr. and Christmas.Mr. Mrs. Fred Moore's dater Miss and Mrs. Fleam Starling at. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison,
changed the date of the Christmas family spent Thanksgiving day with and Mrs. O. J. Boyette, Jr. and Rachel, Boyer, of Jacksonville went tended the wedding of their grandson, Ilf, Jerry and Robert Wilkison; Mr.
program! to Sunday,Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. family spent the weekend with Mrs.T. home from Shands Hospital in Christopher Starling, to Miss Wanda and Mrs. Billy King and family; Mr.
Please pass the word along! and Mrs. Robert Manning and family L. Stubbs of Valdosta, Ga. and attended Gainesville on Saturday! We are hap- Bradley at the Otis Road Church of and Mrs. Stuart Lockhart; Mr. and
Grace ,United Methodist Church is of Macclenny.Also present were Mrs. the wedding of Marty py to report that she can see. Her God at Bryceville on Saturday. Mrs. Bill Willis; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
having a yard and bake sale on Satur- O.J. Boyette Sr.of Lake City, Mr.and Burkhalter and Miss Cindy Swaller, sister, Mrs. Jewel Wade of Tampa, Saturday, Mrs.J. C.Tye,Sr. had as Wilkison and Miss Tammy .Wilkison
.t. '. day Dec. 11, all day at the Robert G. Mrs. Don Boyette and family of Mac- both of Valdosta Ga. Miss Angela will stay with her for a week. ,guests for dinner Mr. and Mrs. Tommy of Jacksonvile. \ *' '
Lee home behind the Post Office. clenny and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyette served as bridesmaid in the Deepest Sympathy of the community Talley and children of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman of
PERSONALS; Joiner and family of Jacksonville. wedding. While there the Boyette's is extended to Mrs. Lester Prevatt ; Mrs. Louise Talley of Starke; Ichtucknee Springs spent Friday
Daric Harvey of Jacksonville spent Airman and Mrs. David A. Tomlinson visited with friends. and family due to the death of ther John Tye, Jr., and the four grand- night with their parents,Mr and Mrs.
Thanksgiving to Sunday with his announce the birth of a son, Scott Phil Eunice of Lake City was a Sun husband, Mr. Prevail ,on Sunday children had great fun helping Truman Norman.We .
.grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alan, born Nov. 24, at Naval Air Station day dinner guest of his parents, Mr. morning.Mr. decorate the Christmas tree. are happy to report that Mrs.
Starling and family. in Jacksonville. He weighed 5 Ibs.10V4 and Mrs. Harold Eunice. and Mrs. Jim Roberts of Fort Henry Hodges and Mark Mrs. DeBra Alig of Starke was able to
I '' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier went to oz. lie joins a sister, Brands Ann, We are happy' to report that Joe Lauderdale were Friday dinner Sheila Wilkinson, and Mr, and Mrs. come home from Bradford Hospital
I .;both of their doctors in Palatka on 2V4 years old. Grandparents are Mr. Shuford was able to come home from guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Buddy Smith attended the stock car on Saturday. '
Friday and received real good reports --
:from both of them. They do not have
; to go back until February 1983. FRIDAY '
:- Pastor and Mrs. David Brown i
'::'visited their parents Mr. and Mrs.
; Foster Brown and family in North
Carolina. Dr. B. J. Hampton of Mac- I Dec. 10th '
.clenny was our guest speaker for both E
services on Sunday;
;: After services Sunday night, the I
': ::church celebrated birthdays for those 6-10 pm
.. :;who had birthdays in November.
I': .Refreshments were served. Limited Quantities
Terry Futch of Jacksonville Beach '
: spent Wednesday and Thursday Cornino Ware GayetyTOWELS Gayety No Rainchecks
:nights with his aunt, Miss Elizabeth

Terry.Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and her en- Grab-A-Meal Set Reg. 9.96 PAPER TOILETTISSUE Traffic PatrolMotorcycle

-:: tire family met at the home of Mr. $
and Mrs. Tom Whaley in Tampa for 6 00
:Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Nellie 16 oz. bag
:. .Wilkinson and her grand-daughter,
I 1 .Mrs. Kelly Luke and her baby Erin Battery Powered {Poly Fil
:remained until Sunday. Mrs. Daisy Corning Fare
i :Boch and her niece, Miss Lynn Reg. 75.88
, Whaley went after them Saturday and s 3.96 2/88C StuffingRingo
:all of them came home on Sunday. 57Q
Mrs. O.J. Anders and her son and $2s5e: '
rdaugMer-in-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Billy $69.,00 1.27
: Anders,Sr. and Lisa were Thanksgiving -
: dinner guests of their parents,Mr.
: and Mrs. Sam Amorisky in Jackson Piece e Ford
j ': Hot Wheel
: ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry L. Smith of :$

: I French While Collection
Brooker Battery Powered Reg. 1.07
; j Reg. 23.96 Reg. 88.99 18 Piece jj

NewsBy C.E. "Sue" Davis J j $15.00 $70.00 77" Punch Bowl. 6.99 SetReg. ,I

Phone: 485-1444 j 10 Piece Set :

: Around Town. J All Christmas & Fall $ L
12.88 4 9 6 ;
C Reg.
Those relatives and friends enjoy- ornlno Ware
ing a covered dish luncheon at the I Western.a b rl.c &
home of the Robbie Hines family dur- | French Wh a Collection
ring the holiday were Mr. and Mrs. i
'.Robert Hines, Mrs. Elouise Moss and I 33.87 Gun Outfit Cut Outs .
daughters, Sherrie and Neta,and Mr. I
and Mrs. Calvin Bryant and twin sons $ 2Re4g. Christmas Napkins
Johnny and Ronnie,all of Hawthorne, 0 0 .

Mrs.friends Dorothy Robert Dever and Elizabeth,and son Lee of Lake,and J, :'i $ 9 0 0 I /2 120 Count Package

Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Paul- j price Reg. 99*
ing,and daughters Heather and Lisa,
and son Tom of Bell and Mr and Mrs. i '
I ; Cleaver Bryant of Cross Creek., I 20 PiecePorcelain .. 0
: Mrs. Ruth Conway of Atlanta Ga. 6 7
returned home after visiting with her Dinner ve !tp' :..
days.parents at the A.I.Manns for several ] --01'

After visiting with her children,the Ware Set : 5 GallonDecorator .
Ned Hicks family and friends for 1 P Foam Reg. 83'tyAAAWhiteOnlyReg.2O.88
several days Mrs. Lela Mae Russ ofApopka i Cans '
enroute home, stopped for a | j Christmas Cups.
visit with her sister, Alia Rae in ,

Ocala.Grandson Rodger Miles of Lake I I $ 0.00 '

Butler and son, Dewey Stokes of $1Re21: *. fiO o ;

.Mrs.Starke H.E., were Stokes.the Saturday guest of ] : OO ,

C.C. Atkins was admitted to the .r
Alachua General Hospital last Tuesday Welch's
is improved as ot this writing.Mr. t All ArtificialChristmas
and Mrs. Lonnie Tetstone and i Filled with
children accompanied Mr. and Mrs. \ Grape Juice \ Popcorn
Chuck Breoner of Saginaue Mich. to Flowers
Silver Springs for a day of fun last Grape or White Very Merry :i Reg"12.97 f
Sunday. The Breoners left Monday ]
returning home after several days Reg. 2,27 n Savings; .
visiting the Tetstones. 7.00i 1/2.
Last Tuesday night was a big night Q '
for the PeeWee and Mighty Mites i $1- 50 C@ -.
football teams as they gathered over i .
at U.C.I. to enjoy their annual football .tf .. .
banquet and the presentation of I -
awards by coach Gene Melvin. I ,
Team members participating from RivalCrock .
Brooker this season were Junior
PeeWee'a: Kelly Dyal Don Jr. Anchor Hocking Reg. 3.96Pumpkin
I McDavid Johnny Prescott, Chris ,i Pots Pyrex Ware
Thornton, David Silcox and Steve i
I Cauthoti. Might Mites: Steve Bally. 5 qt. wIre movable pot Jars
I Others present were the Mighty Mite I Fireside Naturals
cheerleaders and their assistant Instructor Reg. 24.96 ,, .
Donna McDavid. McDavid $
; said teaching the pom pom routine to 2 9 9 '

I her the age a satisfied group 6-8 feeling was fun to be and able gave to '., $1 8 0 0 No. 3260.F- Reg. .96

I contribute in a small way. Mascots .
I for the team this year were none other Serving Bowl basket
I than twin daughters Michell and i
Melony of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Loperen i $
of Lake Butler. 2 Liter 100 Count Minature 35 County Minature 4.00
School Happenings i" ,

I Those students honored Friday Soft Drinks Light Set Light Set,
Dec.3, for outstanding academic and ,

4 ; weeks citizenship grading during: period the were second Amy six All Ravors Reg. 4,97.. Reg.. 1.97 No. 222 -F Reg. 5.96 .

Crews McLeod., Ginger Larry Parrish Adam, Kelley! J Stephen Dyal i i $ Serving Dish wlbas ketx4.00
and Patricia Bass. 99 3.50 27
Most Improved: Steve Drawdy In- i .
i es P arrIsh. Stepbean Sowell. Larissa '
.1 Scott Eric Mason Kevin Hamilton, .
j ,'t Jimmy Drawdy Windy .Tetstone. i
Tommy Drawdy Terrisa Polk and

I I Amy FIetcber i ALL Coleman-1 Gal. Can Duraflame 99'' No.- 2320E Reg. 60.96Ceiling
1 All A students include:Amy Crews Reg.
I Shondet Lewis, mandy Garrarj' Camp Fuel
i ; Stephen McLeod.Erie mason,ladies Fans : Fire Utility Dish 'wlbasket
Scott,Josh Crawford. Christina Bath, Logs
" 1 Kevin Snow,Ginger Adams,and Rob Reg. 3.74 ::

isle A-B Gray.students. Include: Iris Banks, 1/2 60 if; .$4 00: *
I Jason Corbin, Mary Dunn, Matt Staf price $2.50. : : #", *
t" : ford Heather Haefeker; August .
; Jenkins, Stephanie Sowell Kristy _
Starling,- Jeremy Tetstone Jace -
4 '& Pierce KerU LaBombard,Justic Ken- '. 'Monday: :
;Saturday 9
drick. Mitchel Gaicey, ,Philip am10,pi
I Crawford. Chris Snow, Josh LewiS
Larry Parrtslj Steve Griffls, Shawn ; .Sunday.l 12. .noon6, pm: '
'. Bass, Nancy Mold Amy Fletcher, T O. '" .
i Keslah Manning. Jane.S nltb, Kyle : \'

Thomas Starling'Tammy. Vinci ':,Robinson WUkenon, Kelley.Richie : > iO' .. ,T"".'" ,'"'v' '' 301' South -''siarke
Dyal Stephanie Gainey, .I TOarapolicy I.to Ilw.y.ha .adwrll dmerch.ndis.InedegwNSupply MOUrstoreiMlMewntth.advertisdmerep.iidlwbnotavallabIo; ,
WWI us'ountgri ,..lOns.TO&Y will provtdeaRain Check
Cutfaen, Brian Kendrick,; Tina : .them.rohardi..maybepurchas.datthasell' pdc.wtnIibecome.erellaboryoumlyplwcha/eaknllarau.ktymerchand/w.taslmtIerpk: / .. uponrpwsR10ord.rlhet 1
if. i ijp TO&r.policy to lie priced In Nduc:1Ion: :"I.the poIlcV of TO&Y to .ltIat you.r.h'P Y with punII--1t
inghcrn, Patricia and:Cni competltfvely w."rleet.Regular Sal.pnc.s may by market,but the sale. I***win' ''*' b....* .. Is'
.. bath I purella. .r'u'..da1s4 I Sloe.pIed. vary f4"1 ** d.-'W will be happy to r. .
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