Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04293
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 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: UF00027795:04293
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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., I Citing unfairness on both sides, ding the case to the Professional i
newly elected school board member Practices Commission. i
Judy Becker has provided ad- There are no provisions under ;I
ministrator Charles Hall with another school board rules for sending such an '
action to the PPC. said Mrs. Becker.
opportunity for a hearing on his
,grievances. No, Chairman Hall said, but the ]I

Voting with Chairman Rodney Hall board superintendent, or grievant i I
and board member Patricia can ask advice of the PPC., '

..' .... ." Spengler, Mrs. Becker who replaced Are you saying the board is not I
Arthur Gaskins on the board has following its own policies, board I
swung the balance of power toward member J.T. Parrish asked. Mrs. I
The Christmas Spirit... 4 4 v vi giving Hall a fourth chance for a hear- Becker said she was questioning, and

Larry Green, 8, Jeremy Godwin, 2,and Kevin Dwayne Green S,chased ,i; jRL ing. In a special meeting Wednesday felt that both sides had not gone according i|
candy thrown at them and waved at parade entries Saturday afternoon on' morning, the board voted 3-2 to recon- to the rules. I
US-301. carefully watched over by Betty and Larry Green of Starke. at) sider its Nov. 15 "dismissal with pre- "Now is when the board is not '
left. judice" action taken on Hall's following its policies," Parrish

I Queen Lori Smith of the Bradford Roping Club had her bone Reno;; S r3 grievance. stated '
'dressed up like Santa Claus for the parade complete with a red blanket\ Chairman Hall objected saying the :
land gold trim. Queen Lori and Roping Club President Lloyd Bryan, Jr.'i '14 IOUt.heast"f, "There has been unfairness on all". board never had as a collective body -
4 sides. This will be fair to all
led the hones through town. Lori. 14. Is the daughter of Joyce and Ray \ x sides the opportunity to set a hearing. That
Smith of Mlddleburg. Mrs. Becker noted. has been the chairman's concern all '

For more Christmas parade photos see Page 7B. The board also voted 3-2 to requestin along, that the hearing dates were not i
l4 outside hearing officer, rather agreed to by the petitioner.
than hearing Hall's grievance itself.
Chairman Hall said he will request a Attorney Tomlinson pointed out the
hearing officer from the Department rule Mrs. Becker was talking about j
of Administration.Board was not adopted by the school board '
i JaxCAA Votes to Take members J.T. Parrish and until Aug. 27. Charles Hall filed his
original request for a hearing under
JR. (Jim) Lawson voted against giv- 1
the board's previous rules.
ing administrator Hall a fourth \
} Head Start programs In Bradford agency CAA). provements in resources the chance for a public hearing.They feel The analogy made by attorney
and Union counties will resume after The Jax-based CAA board agreed to training and in the grievant has been given three Tomlinson was that if a court under (
January since the Northeast Florida become the interim sponsor if the fiscal management.The chances for a hearing and that procedure, you start operating
(NFCAA) U.S. Department of Health ,and Start policy council had at Charles Hall forfeited his opportunity the new procedure.
board of directors Jacksonville Human Services which in charge overspent its budget by 10 by not showing up. Hall's attorney, 'Saying he was repeating himself i
voted Dec. 9 to operate the 8-county: of Head Start would provide up-front she points out. Gary Moody, cites lack of adequate but maybe it would help Chairman
program for the remainder of the cur- funds and allow the agency to operatethe Jackson said NFCAA notice. Hall said he does not.i believe the \.;i

rent school year until a permanent program the same way 'it, the program for a com' Board attorney Richard Welty also previous proceedings were according \
sponsor is named. manages its own Head Start pro- deciding whether to seek for recommended against reconsidering to board guidelines because he wasn'tconsulted
has not Dorothy Jackson said... HHShad about a hearing date.
The pro-school program gram sponsorship. She said Charles Hall's request.Welty says the I
operated l since Nov.- 10, when the indicated approval of those condi- concerned that a daU, school board acted..' properly and _"Well, weren't'you-represented by i,
Suwannee River EconomicCouncilSREC tiona before,, toe 'Jax board,voted. be fiscally same ble' : of x r predicted the decision would hold up council in our best interests?" asked I
( ), Inc. of Live, Oak the former NFCAA hopes to restart the programin table. She Even if tested in court. board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson.
sponsor cancelled SREC's contract the eight-county district by mid- tounded" if HHS awards can-
Tom Casey had virtually no :
Supt. "How do I know if I wasn't called?
with the U.S. Dept. of Health and January or early February. sponsorship to any entity comment Wednesday morning as he
Human Services (HHS). The SREC, The process will then be started to; funding would be the week, sat through the reconsideration the chairman asked.
board took action after the Head Start select permanent sponsor for the grant. Community action procuss Lawson then questioned what would
with James Tomlinsonby
council failed to cooperate with, 1983-84 fiscal year. The Bradford have priority as potential afford his side.attorney happen if the board let its dismissalwith
4, play board policies. County School Board the Bradford- sponsors, she says. care. Once hearing officer is decided prejudice stand.In .
The NFCAA based in Jacksonville, Union .Guidance Center, and a1\ NFCAA will try to obtain a his personal opinion, attorney
he will work with the in
;1 operates Head Start programs in chartered citizens group at Live Oak parental involvement as of upon parties Welty said the board would be upheld

Duval and Baker counties for some have indicated interest In operating. the eight-county: program, of setting three up a board hearing.The members. Becker and be right where it was Wednesday.In .
\ :j 900 children, and Is considering expanding -: the program on a permanent basis. spend a week training and agreedthey his opinion. Chairman Hall said
Rodney Hall
.i' Spengler it could lead to law suit.
I, the program into St.Johns upgrading teacher skills, ser- a very costly
f and Nassau Counties. The Thursday Although the SREC had planned to says. been want to give Charles Hall a hear- What is the personal liability of
vote also includes other counties in expand Head Start into Dixie ,and Since the early 1960's ( simply ing of the grievances if he wants board one, board members, board member
and don't want to the
they push
Madison counties in the Jax- Patricia asked.
this district- Columbia Hamilton, January, has expanded benefits for are Spengler
Lafayette, and Taylor, in addition to based CAA has no plans to do that 1 I whose low-income "Head' unnecessarily into a costly law suit. None that he could see Welty
Dorothy Jackson NCFCAA will Hall and Mrs. Spengler have pushed The board has acted
Bradford and Union. says. ,otherwise be likely to than replied. properlyand
initially administer the from for an outside hearing officer they would back it he
If the NFCAA board members had program readiness for elementary terms nothing come on .
said to avoid taint of
Jacksonville with no to any prejudiceby added.
not acted Thursday the preschool plans burl The Ford Foundation it
program serving 144 children in the, any additional administrative person-: Start in large cities to the board.So If the board reconsiders its Nov. 15
Charles Hall is acting under
8-county,SREC district probably'' nel. :ciencies in school far dismissal and wants a hearing of-
the school board's internal
would not have been offered until next "The program was marginally adequate children then called .We pro- ficer what is the processs asked Mrs.
fall according to Dorothy Jackson, at best" Jackson: said of the dep'rivedJackson ) as cedures in asking for a hearing. Becker. The board would have to vote
Under that when
executive director of the now inactive program. Sh says the .Children of low-income procedure a hearing to have a hearing officer ChairmanHall
is it must be at
requested given or
Jacksonville-based community action. eight-county operation needs im 'given one or two years .of before the next regular or special been replied coming adding from early that's on.where he's

board meeting. A new internal rule
Hall admitted that he was prejudiced -
change sets a 10 day requirementupon when the case first arose.
Switch Gives
I City Fulltime granting a grievant a hearing.
"You really don't want the board to
Hall still has open to him the Ad- hear it at all," asked board member

Starke is getting a fulltlme zoning ,,salaries of the 3-man office. The city moved from upstairs to occup- ministrative Procedures Act which is Lawson. No, the chairman replied.
director in a move between the city and county commissioners see the I storage room. state law. Under the APA a hearingcan That is her state of mind. too. said
and county necessitated by space re-i move as a $5,000 saving because the That will leave the public be requested under the state law Mrs. Spengler
quirements of the legal staff which ,county was going to double the city'scost floor of the courthouse for to re even if the school board rules againsta "You don't think this board could >
will occupy the entire second floor of to 10000. But when the space in system and legal staff. save grievant. make a decision," asked board i
the courthouse.. .city hall was thrown in the county; The state attorney's : rent. Hall's grievance concerns what he member Parrish.
In the upcoming moves the county agreed to leave the city's contribution ,just moved into the considers a demotion from principalat "We could make a decision but it
zoning office which also handles the ,I at $5,000. grand Jury hearing room the Lawtey Elementary to assistant might prejudiced"Chairman Hall :
city zoning matters will move from The county still Is building its new I :i occupy' the' zoning two principal at Bradford High a $600 cut replied.Parrish.
the upstairs of the courthouse to the 60 by 30 foot building. i Gaines moves. Gib in salary and having certain records said he knows he would be
southwest wing of city hall. Zoning Records will be moved from the current .The public defender staff n has to expunged from his employee file. outvoted but knows of facts that are \
Director L.M. Gaines sees the move storage room on the first floor ,moved from the old year ,in Wednesday morning's meeting under the rug now because Charles
as giving the city a fulltlme zoning 'and north end of the courthouse.' I downtown to the new with Supt. Casey remaining quiet andwith Hall has never come up for a public (
director with the county paying the 1 The Parole Commission will be :occupy the offices on the attorney Welty recommendingthe hearing.
board stick with its previous action "You're prejudiced too than
the board members were pretty said Chairman Hall. A hearin.officeris
much flying on their own. needed to hear the case in an unpre- I
I Try for Quadriplex Gets Nowhere with Zoiiers Mrs. Becker asked if the board was judiced manner and let the chips fall
In violation of its own policies in not where they may the chairman said.
granting a hearing until Septemberon Who if the case further, :
The request of A.C. (Charney): zoning board and city commissioners ,zoning board decision to deny the re-, zoning board,signed the petition,'and' a grievance filed July 27. Attorney asked pays Lawson. noting the goes board is (.
Williams to build a quadriplex on S.;; in final action Dec. 7. ,ques.t, at the ec',7, meeting. There did not take his seat until after the Welty said one thing that delayed the battling a $407,000 deficit and "these 1
Westmoreland $t. in SW Starke has In Nov. 18 action the Starke'zoning discussion.
'was. no vote on Williams' request. hearing was Supt. Tom Casey s sen are tight times."
been turned down by both the Starke,, board unanimously recommended Specifically, the zoning board
,that the proposal be denied. When "recommended against reclassifying
Chairman Walter Westcott could get 1/4-acre'owned by Williams south '.
on '
no motion on the proposal.be gave the Westmoreland St. from RlC. residential Amy Davis is New Hampton: City ClerkFlorida ill
gavel to board member t requiring 7,300 square feet to
,and moved for denial of the petit build a permanent dwelling, to R-2A '1

tt j ,Board member Julius Royal second-4 I allowing multi-family. Hampton City Council selected a as a clerk supervisor and told In other ;
action the council
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ed and board members Capps Mary A petition bearing 31 names of area -
Hampton resident to fill the to be vacant the council that she thought she was '
Peterson, and Spiros Drivas voted: residents against the reclassification,
city clerk's position during a qualified single and!had no children Tabled an ordinance to regulate
with them.I was presented to the zoning board.. u
regular council meeting ''Tuesdaynight which would make it easier for her to the in
parking Hampton right-of-
Tb4Le1ty commission ,upheld the,, Sam Bassett newest member of toGas at Hampton City Hall. do both jobs ways and public opinion can be heard. |

Amy Davis was picked by the council about the law.Marshal .
Town Marshal John Hodges t in
after a recommendation from put a
f request for a $50 week raise and Hodges told the council !
Mayor Gordon Wadsworth to fill the I per
In ,Our B-Section, that If the ordinance: is passed it .
: clerk's told the council that he would have to
position after Jane Hall turned
'I would affect over half of the citizens t tof
'' in her resignation at the start his police training at. the end of '
isSearle. Energy Demonstration. l. at Price Iv,,.y... Hall told the council that she meet ,January or later in April. Hampton. After discussion about '
THMBOAY. Pac. the ordinance
W.awntery U.rw42iA.hao BHSc. '' An analysis of the recent .the book work until the next meeting I I After discussion of the raise decided to table the Issue. council .
'Wad wotl6 informed the
rrgr.nr7r20 High,.school :students experience slight decline In 'gasoline I when the.position. will be turned over : council that .
the town marshal's could
Davis.' salary not '
P.M.4 AedNalum, ',a 'hair-raising prices and look I be increased until the .Voted to match: $250 In funds from
a.. at future 'I'fto A decision In a special meeting two next term.
i a grant to repair sidewalks and
display.' ,I" ".trends. **s ago separated the clerk and State law says that elected public officials ap
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MONDAYTUSSOAY.Px.il- proach ramps city Members
I cannot ,, for
....... ... c-ty School ....... \ I .. work load's positions because the themselves 'grant 'also gave the nod .to repair,roads '
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The latest. news from the Starke Christmas do all of 1UReason Members decided to table the decision .'
Parade... ,
for Hall quitting Was that of where and when to send, a bid from'Paul' Men I;
S"*, **Oxmdl police beat In Starke.Keystone Mora, pictures of ,Starke'sannual ,she wanted to keep her full time Job Hodges to police: training until the do some electrical work at city bin.*.to J.

.7&GO '....- 'Heights. and.Lake '.Christmas! parade., and have more,time with her three, regular meeting Jan. However the Wadsworth.vetoed the decision.
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"Butter. : children..web council did vote to furnish histranportstlon the council TOted on it again to overt
F "; :, ..... at the University of and cost of school ',ride the veto. "

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p I Lodge No. 26 Family Officers... TIle Christmas season Is a time of alalia' sharing citizens Saturday afternoon In the cafeteria In the old

; 1 :S Officer of the Masonic Lodge No. M of Bradford Lodge No. ZS: Deacon Albert Campbell of Starke. a" coming closer te cal aaodaer a time of rememRJE scbool. meals were served Iii 'the' ,
:.g S County are (I-r) Mrs Lvcla DeSne matron of the new district deputy Chaand Mrs. Elizabeth Glvens Walker braDce and celebration of our savior Jaw Ouiat. Some 500 delivered te tile bona,of feeriaealnd
. 2 Tyson of rloas matron of Dell 168. thwho another were
; : Luther Chapter: Mrs Emma matron aaend birth Is praised. aDd glorified u.roqOllt bandlcltpped. and "' .&-Ina.
>b) of Jeriw Court No. 18; John Diggs.Worshipful Master of world.In offered to bleat the food by Rev. A.J.
honor ctI the ..a.... tile local family of MaHDlc Aa prayer wa 01 Greater Bethel Baptist Claurcla.
.p Lodge No. ZI of ReDo served. 000 IDeals to Starke Simmons, pastor
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Bradford: High School band was one of the biggest downtown streets.

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i Precision marching at Its best as the Tornado band steps to the music during last Saturday's Christinas parade. .. : "T.h; '

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]i Local Telephone Contact Numbers ChangedJ ,,,. <.-" !

:ri j 1 There was a change in the p.m. Monday-Friday, for walk-in dedicated to provide efficient and ...:!: :,.\t'# '
i( telephone contact numbers for customers who wish to pay their bills, high quality service for its customers. -
xj j customers requesting telephone service purchase' telephones or transact This is just an additional step to con
installed or changed, and for business. tinue our on-going effort to serve our GIFT. .
j J customers reporting sevice problems, McGeehee concluded Continental is customers.Printing "

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i 1-526-4400 for the i business office and I ByProfessional.
1-526-3481 for repair service. The
: numbers are toll-free if dialed from
I Starke Kingsley Lake or Lawtey. t
i McGeehee states Continental .
Telephone Company is consolidating
its record keeping function location F TiRME.Make
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necessary for Continental Telephoneto
continue operating efficiently and We .Will Print Your Envelopes -
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service The new possible.repair service number, ?I#>3/4 .Reg. Envelopes a qualifying deposit when .
1-526-3481. is a 24-hour toll-free you
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number any hour of the day or nightto $17 50
report service problems. m per 1,000 Account, NOW Checking Account, or
: The new number for the business office.
; 1-528-4400. may be called toll-free Individual Retirement Account.
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Make of$500 in
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The payment office and Phone Fairin Certificate of Deposit:-and pick _
Starke will continue to remain open
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Brooker physical Elementary education teachers Hampton at with one colorBradford ;." '''i\N" ',',: ., : t "," \4 ,

Elementary, Southside Elementary .'". ,
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meet one hour twice weekly, beginning ; ;' :
In January for a total of 24 sessions. ; ...' '..' ."' .
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I ;4 Wads worth Tells City Homes to be Rehabilitated in Reno are WorstPeople '11

actually-use the yard for a He said it would be almost impossibleto ten all the parts. off the vehicles they Florida Power & Light when the con- single family residential develop- Passed on final reading an or
bathroom, HUD grant coordinator rehabilitate some homes for the can use.. tract is approved by attorney Robert ment on smaller lots where detached dinance requiring separate electric
Jerry Wadsworth told the city Dec. 7, previous maximum of $15,000.In Jablon of Washington, D.C. The con- single family dwellings and individual meters in all apartments and rooming i I
'speaking of houses to be completely a second move on the HUD, the Was told by Commissioner Jimmy tract was sent to Jablon but his replay mobile homes may exist in houses unless an equivalent deposit is I
remodeled in the Reno area. council named Bessent, Hammock & Crosby Jr. that he attended his first had not been received Dec. 7, the same area. provided by the owner.
There is no water or sewer serviceto Ruckman the project engineers for meeting of the North Florida ii i i
some homes in Knights Quarters in the HUD project, as recommended by Regional Planning Council and came Agreed to have the carpet in city ,
Reno, right behind Cadillac Uniform the project coordinator, Wadsworth.It away much impressed with the com hall steam cleaned by Gate City of
Co.,the Starke city council was told in, is the same firm which has been plimentary reports of Starke and Gainesville at a cost of $631, just $15 Silver Plated
..--f a request to increase the spending handling the project.In Bradford County officials who have under the bid of Arrinson's of ;
limit for rehabilitating'homes. The served on the council. Gainesvile.
council approved increasing the limit other Dec.7 action, the council: ""I

..t,. per house $3,000, going from Rescinded the city's increased .'Agreed to donate two acres of the
$12,000-115,000 to $15,000$18,000.The water and sewer rates by amending a city industrial park to the Bradford Gift .9'i i
home rehabilitation work will Supported the bond trustee recom- section of City Ordinance 284-A-2 to be County Development Authority. The .i .
be done under the city's newest grant mendation to order a new $15,000 effective Jan.3 1, 1983. By that time property will be conveyed to River- Ill
from the U.S. Department of Housingand .crank shaft for the No. 5 Superior the council plans to have its rate side Uniform Co. which Is required by J
Urban Development. It is the generator in the power plant. structure worked out. Last month the the U.S. Environmental Protection Ware !
fourth in a series of HUD grants city council refused to bill customers Agency to have a run-off area, accor- \ : !
which have poured some $1.3 million ,Was told by Commissioner Charles with the new rate structure which it ding to BCDA Chairman L.M. Gaines, ) .\
into providing sewer and water service Schaefer that the new-used 1,250 KW considered too high. The council will who is also the city and county zoning
paved roads and with some 50 engine bought for $89,500 is now sitting come back with increased, but lower director. By Leonard ( !
homes completely rebuilt in the. on its foundation in the power rates than it would have levied for !'Aitll
target area of northeast Starke. plant, ready to be bolted down. water and sewer service. Passed on first reading an ordinance \ .
The houses remaining to be amending the zoning regula- ,\ -'VI.P I,
rehabilitated are some of the worst in Okayed the public sale of six old Agreed for Mayor Vernon Silcox to tions of the City of Starke to create a .',m ,...*;,nia .. ,
the city Wadsworth told the council. trucks..after city workmen have got sign the interchange contract with district to provide for medium density t".J I


I Crews Put Limerock on Lawtey Streets COUNTY TELEGRAPH .'\

.. Published every Thursdayat Elegant
\$&Work'crews'have almost 'finished ?"I been pUt-r doC+id'F'e"' iii rdenE"'ttlll' city council meeting Monday night, 135 W. Can Street
'.;,putting down $8,000 worth of ljp eroEkr. *" pulverize-.andHeygl the;: Wleiock": Dec. 6. A Starkt. Florida 32091 I
'.a!h i 4tt' on the worst dirt streets in iS ey' : Buster Bennett advised Bennett further pointed out that oily Designs
.-,, "As soon as all the limerock.Jl8,8 fellow council members at the about 4 or 5 city streets will remain Second Class postage paid atStarke ;
-- to be done in the future when money FIoridlSubscrtpUon 337 I
Community NewsBy becomes available. The roads are II II I
I quite rough and unlevel now, but this. Rates: I
will be straightened out in a couple of I in-trade area: $10.00 per year
Elizabeth Walker All members are asked to days when the pulverizing equipment $5.50 six months *\' *" m '***-"*
Phone 964-6683 ,cooperate with this activity. is brought in. Great iGft
The Masonic Family is invited. In other, action, council members Outside trade area: $11.00 per year
The following churches started the agreed to a pay raise for maintenance $6.00 six months if..' \ -: :

new conference ministers year to lead December the flock.21 with The youth of the Pleasant Grove employee. Danny, ,(Lit); Phillips! .._,111. ..,, _. '"' -- ,-,- .--. s ., ,.*. ** .; ..cr:'
United Methodist Church are presen- --i-.$( it a-
Mt. Plsgah A.M.E.Church has Rev, ting a Christmas plan entitled "No
.A. 9. Jones for this conference year Room in the Inn" next Friday.Dec. I Ir 598
IGreater ,Allen. Chapel A.M.E.i 24, at 7:30 p.m.. .s ,
t 1wrch. has.Reverend O. E. Howard. The public is Invited. ti
:Aa W8; the' members and citizens
*etcgme'\ these ministers to serve in' The annual rival basketball game ,
.' Mnrnunity to help us build a bet- between the Old-Timers and Lawtey air
is set tomorrow night (Friday Dec
.?. people'> : '. 17) at 8 p.m. in the RJE gym. 4 B AfforablePieces
; \ Dell. Chapters-168) O.Ex&" :will Saturday night there will be two t5 _
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celebrate Eastern Day Sunday Dec. games: Lawtey 'S. Green Cove Springs -
19, at-3 p.m. at Greater Bethlehem at 7:30: p.m. and Old-Timers vs. 4
Freewill Baptist! Church. Palatka at 9 p.m..

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, ,I Ij Request for Package Store .

j !\ ,,, Special Exception

'..1 I Team Play Needed Stirs Up Protest in Southeast Bradford County

:' ''" To Save Social Security Opposition has developed to a character of the neighborhood; would) -" .
: ,:--, special exception that would allow cause traffic congestion at the busy
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.i.'t. =. intersection and would increase the I
operation of a package (liquor) store t sea
1i at the Intersection of Roads 21 and danger to children crossing the street
I" President Reagan and why President Reagan, 21-B in the southeastern tip of Brad from the church to the convenience Map, Shows. Two Areas k' .
.. -House Speaker Tip O'Neill already planning strategyfor ford County. store located In the shopping center. Under- Discussion I -oRra z 1I

::mare fiddling while Rome a second term, and The controversial Issue will be The petitioners are asking for support ::, e sltrrR'l
r Eburns: or rather while the Speaker O'Neill, the argued at a public'hearing before the from Bradford County residentsIn fist
Social Security system is Democratic leader in Con- Bradford Planning and Zoning Boardat the Keystone Heights and Santa Fe I L! IgoRAu
7 p.m. Tuesday Dec. 28. The Zoning Lake areas and urge them to attend
poised on the brink of gress, would be reluctant board will then: make a recommendation the hearing on December 28 or con- IT'
:-disaster., promote unpopular pro or con. to the Board of tact members of the Board of Adjustment [:,R 0op J M
measures involving cuts or Adjustments which is composed of and/or the Zoning Board to express -. 8 N7 '
Members of the Social new taxes to solve the pro- five members of the Zoning Board. their objections.
Security Reform Commis- The Board of Adjustments will con- I1rseine) LD11 a are '
have shown 2 ;
blem. But polls after the Zoning Change of Zoning .eo lM/l w C
..;: sion said on Sunday TV talk vene immediately Y/fON
that Americans are roN 1w1000 pus sa
commission many Board adjourns. Sought for AreaAdministrative
shows that the
: willing to make some special exception is requested
appointed to study the problem sacrifices rather than see the byW D. David of Gainesville i ownerof rezoning of 391 to IT?,
,' acres, approximately one mile'north Rfvo aR :
and make recommendations Center in
:; the Midway Shopping
1. system go down the drain. of the proposed package store site, is 216.E ed10e \
? had gone as far as it which the proposed package store : 24 1
f i could without signals from the that would be located. Owner of the liquor being sought by the Bradford Zoning i ; o WOOD .
:" Among measures license chosen by lottery held in the Board and will also be acted on at the Me) n".o ot
::., Reagan and O'Neill as too have been suggested for sav- Bradford County Courthouse earlier December 28 meeting. The proposed
,: what they would accept as ing Social Security are: Us- this year is Sandra Bieber, change, presented to the board by a : ,k

f .:, means of solving the $150 to ing the wage index rather Gainesville attorney.A Zoning Director L. M. Games is from f..'. ernsNDMN
billion shortfall the petition opposing the special exception RSF-1 (Residential Single Family) to a -67..'
: : $200 over than the price index as a is circulated by RSF-MH permitting a mix of conven- .0 t :

""t =2 next seven years. basis for increases in members of.being Faith Presbyterian tional and mobile homes, both on

i\ White benefits; raising the retire- Church located a short distance '20,000 square feet.
'g But a S1AJAHe.
ment age to 68 instead of 65; across 21-B from the proposed liquor The property which includes mostof ;:, ,
said "The President
r spokesman reducing benefits for those store. Bradford County has no ordinance the Speedville settlement is ...
,1 has no plans to meet specifying that a package located on the east and west sides'of
'!?, : ,with the Speaker." And Mr. who take early retirement; store must be any certain distance Speedville Road (now numbered S.E. 1 ea r *:'. le
and possibly raising the from a church. 43rd St.). Gaines said the rezoning to 1 .
payroll tax.There object to the include mobile homes is being requested 26 'rt /
The petitioners .
: O'Neill said "The President
store grounds that it to help meet the housing re-
i and I are not going to reach is no longer any would be undesirable on in a quirements of the neighborhood. U I s RIM

[ any agreement now." In the doubt that the is predominantly residential approved by the Zoning Board the
proposal wW go to the County Commission : s
meanwhile the public is neighborhood. The small shopping IER
I : seriously concerned about would be for final action. J li f n.
in which the store
and doubtful of center
more more the Social Security system The locations of both the special exception ,
located is zoned CG (general commercial
the future of the system, as and is ready to make the site and the administrative

\ : billions of dollars are now being necessary sacrifices to put it Opponents of the package store also rezoning area are shown on the accompanying -

: borrowed to make current back on a firm foundation.Now claim that it would alter the map. : 35 / ......

j t payments to those if the politicians who FE. lri w
are afraid to administer the ..sI9 aNr,
: receiving social security
I 'checks. needed medicine will forget Administrative Zoning SoughtFor 1 Iggi e Shopping' 36 .46 :aCenter'

their self-interest and tackle .. '*,oN
1 Since Social Security is the disagreeable job, 391 Acres on Rd. 21Bthe
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such sensitiveissue
a politically perhaps the system can be t..r. .
: .it is understandable saved.Senate's 'n1"INV... 1L
A proposal for administrative The following applications for 6
rezoning of approximatly 391 acres rezoning were given favorable action
bordering on both sides of S.E. 43rd by the board and all were upheld by
; New Building Street (Speedville Road) in the the County Commission at its Mon-
11\\ southeastern tip of Bradford Countywas day, Dec. 6, meeting. FORESTRY_
presented to the Zoning Board by
/1 ; Has 'Plush9 Image Director L.M. Gaines at a Nov. 30 Jerome Johns was given a
favorable recommendation for rezoning -
property lying south and east six acres from open rural to CI
I (commercial) for mobile homes sales
While the Social Security high to begin with. of Indian Lake (formerly known as II Norton
J and service and 24 acres from OR to I' Branford
Griner Lake), includes most of the i Forester
is for lack County
system foundering
back the settlemeno west of Speed- RMH-P (mobile home park). Both
Instead of turning Speedville
of funds, flood victims in the vile Road and strip about properties are located on US-301 northof
a narrow
-: West and Mid-West are get- surplus, they ordered such IVfc miles long on the east side of the Lawtey., Want to buy a Christmas tree for up about a foot off the ground and let
ting bundles of red tape in- luxury items as new self- road. (See map in legal notice.) Eldon F. Ritchey received the holiday season? Here are some it drop on its base. Needles will, not
shining boots, plastic The zoning board agreed to favorable recommendation on rezon- tips to consider. fall of if the tree is fresh. .
stead of dollars from county
I helmets that cost $100 each hold a public hearing on the proposed ing one-half of Lot 4 of Ritchey Most important of course is gettingone After buying the tree, saw about an
Washington, and many andsuper from RSFI (single family Estates 9 miles south of Starke on that is reasonably fresh. Considering inch of the base.This will remove the
Americans are drinking designer fatigue outfits, ,residential change ) to RSFMH(single family SR-100 from RSFMH' to CN "that the" trees'' arriving in clotted 'resins which keep the tree
polluted water and breathing ;ladders for $594.34 residential allowing mobile homes)., (commercial) for construction and Bradford County are imported from from drying out while they re waiting
polluted air because of cutbacks each, which, if they had not Both classifications. require ,20,000 operation of a beauty shop. The other north Georgia to Michigan, this could to be purchased. pnd It will aUT'tJ.he'
I' ; in federal environmental been under the pressure of square feet. ,half of the one acre lot will remain be'a difficult task, and an expensiveone tree to absorb: witer"when yop' U1 it
cost overruns they could The public hearing will be held at residential. in the holding stand.
programs, some '"sacred the Dec. 28 meeting of the zoning Kenneth W. Farwell was denied few precautions when the tree is When you get the tree home, place
cows" are still feeding on the have purchased for' $160 board, after all affected property approval on rezoning Lot 4, Block D, purchased and while it is in the home its base In a bucket of water and leanit
fat of the land. each. owners have been notified. Bedford Oaks, from RSF-1 can make it safe and enjoyable.The outdoors against the house for a
Gaines said his office is requestingthe (residential) to RSFMH (mobile key is ChOO6inlEL.a fresh tree while to allow it to regain its shape
Take, for instance, the occupants Mr. Reagan apparently rezoning since the mix of single home mix). The denial was made on and keeping throughout the (trees are shipped tightly packed and
of the new Hart feels, that the Pentagon can family residences and mobile homes grounds the change would constitute holidays by making sure it always remains often get mashed out of shape.) Inside

Senate Office Building in do no wrong and make no' will be more in keeping with the housing spot zoning.This matter did not come moist. Holding stands with select a spot that will place the
failures, .although' some of. needs of the area. before the! county commission. water pans for the tree are availablein tree away from heat or air conditioning -
Washington.,. .According to stores. Most people don't realize
sources (fireplace,'vent, television
reports, it is so plush that few them are 'fairly obvious. As that a good-sized living tree in a etc.) Be sure it doesn't block an

senators even want to move capitol columnist Mary warm living room can drink as muchas exit path from the homed i,..',
into the place for fear of the McGrory reports, "Our I I Letters the Editor I a gallon of water in a 24-hour A tree that is kept moist/will:' not
defenders propose to rid to period, and even one day without become a fire hazard: and ittwill: not
luxurious image it will createin water can kill it. So check the water deposit prickly needles the floor.
the minds of their consti- themselves of the onerous daily. This is the only maintenancethe The best tip that a safetv4hinded

tuents. Most striking featureof burden of having to buy Objections Voiced To Package Store tree needs once it's in place. forester can give you is mak: 'a good
the new senatorial passenger automobiles that How do you know if a tree is fresh? Investments in,an.*actUicial tree of

"palace" is the .so-called get more than an average of Open Letter: week,we feel that undesirable activities Give it a tug. pinch, and drop test. your choice and enjoyabbe jl lidaysy U

"atrium a huge domed 22 miles per 'gallon. It is We would like to take this oppor- would be generated in direct Gently tug the needles and see if any you .enjoy that, Ira sites
with the oriented pull of the tree. Then bend a single which a fresh tree ,well;
conflict family activities I t a
status-destroying to travel in, tunity to express our strong objectionto
horticultural in needle in half by pinching it between
courtyard and businesses currently existing couple of pine-4cegtedca: essomewhere
a proposed liquor store m the Mid-
those fuel-efficient ,
the middle of the com- your forefinger and thumb. Itshouldn't
nine-story These undesirable activities outo. theyeah g
way Shopping on Highway 21.' .
building. Its ornate opulenceis pacts. The limousine is ever include the noise traffic, use of surrounding break.Finally,pick the tree children: ,

apt to stir rage, instead of so much more reflective" of has beennmade to a the Special Bradford Exception County private property for parking cr. 1i"W. .:.. ,
and most of all the introduction of "
their ,
admiration, in the breast of lifestyle, although Board of Adjustments and a Public
any visitor who stops to think Secretary of Defense Caspar Hearing is set for December 28 at 7 an incompatible business type to the 'ati
that his tax dollar might Weinberger has been quotedas p.m. at the Bradford County Cour-. area. County AgentsHetebeek By

have helped for this saying, "We in the Depart house. We would urge concerned area
pay ex- '
travagance. The ment of Defense have a Should the Board of Adjustmentsgrant citizens to become informed and to attend BobbyTavlor
buildingcost ?
the Public Hearing, or, if unableto
this and liquor
responsibility to seek Special Exception a -
$137.5 million, enough to attend to write to the Bradford
store be placed in this location .i!
feed quite a few hungry, economies"and efficiencies. in both a low density residential County Board of Adjustments voicing ,
American unemployed.Then all we do neighborhood and a well established your opinion.
McGrory says the Pen- church would be adversely affected. Alan McKellips
there is that other tagon is using lie detectors to Representative ok Colder weather this week with little
With liquor sales being legal!on Sundays Faith Presbyterian Church a co growers and those who have tobacco -
"sacred cow" on President find out who is leaking em- and until late hours other days of rain should help our winter crops allotments.
Reagan's list The Depart- barrassing informationabout such as small grains ryegrass. Today has been designated by
ment of Defense which greens and strawberries. Seasonalcold USDA as the date for the Flue-Cured
its extravagances to Container Expresses Thanks j For Garbage RemovalDear
Is good for moat plants to satisfy (Tobacco Quota Referendum.Growers
ed up with $2 billion left over the press. She suggests that their need for dormancy and/or rest twill have an opportunity to vote for a
in its budget. Did the "Maybe somebody shoulduse Sir: eliminate this "eye-sore" from Brad-, periods. I i continuation of their marketing quota

military turn the money backto it on the top brass and I would like to take this opportunity ford County, and their efforts are appreciated Without a minimum of cold and 'program for the crop years 1883,1984
the Treasury Departmentto ask them if they really need to personally thank the people of very much. freezing hours our fruit crops like and 1985. Present farm I legislation
help shrink the deficit, or all of the $231 billion budgetthe Bradford County for their Immediate PLEASE,when you have trash and peaches and plums will not bloom and mandates that tobacco growers vote
garbage to dispose of, take it to theproper produce fruit next spring. ,every three years in connection with
at least help pay for those House voted them last response removing to the our trash request and for help in place. With everyone working Our strawberries also need some' continuation of the tobacco marketing
controversial MX missilesthe garbage cold weather to slow and allow -
week. along S.1:. 8th Ave. together we can all take pride in ourCommunityr. growth program.
President wants? No, no. A,,lot of people now livingon the plants to build and store energy In exchange for accepting"whnt-
It would never do to turn endangered Social Security John Miller,County Commissioners that will provide for a good flush of tary production: controls, 'growersover
back I Lawrence Mosley and E. W. Hodges, Sam Keator,Supervisor bloom and fruit about March after the the
a surplus, which might, and food stamps, would and years have been assured.of
County Sanitarian Daryl O'Neal Container Corporation of America danger of frost and freezing are over. price stabilization at the
indicate the budget was too ,like to know ,all, worked diligently. ,, ,together: .to. Wood Products, Division,, ?Greens have always tasted better tome ; A favorable vote by, two-thirdsof marketplace. '
-- 'J. .. ..... '" after they have had a frost or two i those voting in the referendum Is ;
on them. They also seem to taste better -; re:
quired for
of the ,
"_ passage marketing
,1.1: ; when the weather la cool.' '
7 Redding to Attend 'Fei da'Xoutti' 'Seminar, ;We have several greens growers, quota Bralrram program.County t Tobacco? '
i growers
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"* i who tell me that the market for them: and allotment holders
Bradford High School sophomore, ,'' :"business; science, government. and has been slow because: of the warm the i ASCA office lathe should Agricultural:vote in
I About four-fifths of Stephanie Redding has been selected :..industry. weather. Greenland, the largest island in the 11 Starke.
1. lot of other people who might have the aarre7'am.into
world lies under 'as one of the 189 sophomores from "* '
I. I .an icecap. iXS? "our' ,7
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I t around the same preferences I do.: *
,f state to attend a 1963 The Hugh O'Brian Youth Founds 'Thursday, Dec w.
""J ..., ,........ ., .. _. 'i i't 1 Florida Youth Leadership Seminar tion's motto Is "Motivating tomoi-. I thfnk we have been f fortunate this' U you are an eligible voter, are'
't :.. ".. ...-.f..... ..... : <" J","" 1"...,'i1'.' sometime during April ,, June .in, !''row'a' leaders today." Literature year with the recent cold spell not be- 'encouragedto participate In thia you very i
Vi' .ir. Ifrrl'' r. 'I"t Orlando. .,nom by the Foundation say' i Ing severe. I was concerned that with important referendum,,
H .... M1 @ ';. purpose in founding the'organtsation the unseasonably warm weather our
J A committee of faculty at RIM In 19M Is based on seek'ing plants would be growing tender and
nominated Stepfaani based on her out, recognizing; and rewarding would have been damaged severely If
\ ..ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER leadership abIlIty and long list 01 ac-s''t the leaoenhip potential of high school the temperature, ",,had: been below,
BOB G.;FERGUSON-JOHN M.::MILLER Publishers UviUta and hoaccom1ah.,1. TIle" 'Xsophornons; : and to encourage and f Maybe ,"' po S
SemInar Is members ,
-. J 1')!assist of"this bmnatiwap5e.ba It was Just cold enough to
kit P.kllrbllweltTkeafds'aa*.tm4 as 8 co4 daat".... ratty Jayceea a put 01 the Bulb 0'Br1aa : their;.quest for self slow plant I I 'and'I allow,our
i 'S"'': Ft* OfBca.. at Stark, Ha. M** Act March.. S,'1ST. *. I I'j Youth Jl'ouodatlaa. 0 ":II ; plants to the cold before
If i : 0 our first major freeze cornea. along.
f iaal ,Steplwde, the daughter .I i t,"j'Stephanie ia a'member' of the Na-, FWcturedT.baee.,." '
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Mrs.' Lonnie Redding. .ttaaf Honor Society Science Club ,Ref"' ... Dee. 1C : sonnet Is .
I f ., 1 OUts 4. trafe seat 111 Pee,Tan' ftM 8U Koala* : and the other students will be Starke. Bible Outo Ltttta ,I know this Isn't the tobacco grow 14' line with a'fixed, pattern ,

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ate!, jl r.1i I in the realms of American economics, ;i .secretary of the Hampton.4-H dub. ,16) ia an Important day for our,tobac word lu name meaning,..it a an little.Italian

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Melanie/ / Green and John Hancock, Jr. Grover Claire Turner HowardTo w 0. ;j I

I Wd Dec. 18 a The Social Side '

Married Dec. 4 in Methodist Church The wedding of Claire Turner and

Grover Howard will take place Satur

day, Dec. 18, at 8 p.m. In the First TheSociety
Miss Melanie Myrtle Lucile Greenof United Methodist Church with a Gladys Mooty Of

Starke and John O'Shlelds Hancock : reception following at the home of the
Jr. of Mandarin were united in bride-elect's mother on NE Second Editor
marriage Saturday Dec 4. at 7 p.m. avenue.
In the First United Methodist Church All friends and relatives of the cou- 964.7608 News !
with Rev. Warren D. *
the nuptials. performing ple are invited to attend. 0

The bride Is the \JOCV {00 X
daughter of Judge Norma Jane Canova __ _
and Mrs. Robert Alexis Green of, ,
Starke and the groom is the son of Gerald Parish --

Mrs. Jim Powell and the late John O. To Wed Dec. 23 Sheryl Thompson !
Hancock: Sr. of Snellville, Ga. Daniel RiddickEngag.m.nt 1
Centering the altar was a huge sunburst Mrs. Carolyn Canova, of Starke,
arrangement of white gladiolusand and Paul Canova of Jacksonville an- Announced

snapdragons. On either side of nounce the approaching marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Claude B. Thompson
the altar were two tree candelabra arrangements L l' their daughter, Norma Jane to of Gainesville announce the engage- I
of white gladiolus, snap Gerald Parish, son of Joe Parish of ment of their daughter, Sheryl Lynn I
dragons and pompoms surrounded by Dade City and Mrs. L; Chancey of Thompson of Brooker, to Daniel Lee x I I
white burning tapers.Just to the back Starke. Riddick son of Mr. and Mrs. JosephF. ,
of these were two Benjamin Ficus The wedding will take place Dec. Riddick of Starke.
trees with clear Italian mini lights. 23. Miss Thompson is a 1979 graduate I
Smaller ficus trees were placed about r of Buchholz High School in I
the altar.'To the left was a very tall k The Hinton Jackson Gainesville and is presently
green Chrismon tree covered with
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pure white religious symbolic or- : : To Celebrate 50th ., Regional office in Gainesville.Mr. .
naments and glowing mini lights. To :
I Anniversary Riddick is a 1977 graduate of b1r
the far right of the tree was a lovely Bradford High School and is self- !
burning Advent candle. Two large Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Jackson will employed.The .
white poinsettia plants flanked the celebrate their golden wedding an- wedding is planned for the sum- <
\ ,altar. The tall brass pew markers E i niversary at a reception given by mer of 1983. r. et A /
,were single aisle candelabra with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I

: burning tapers and at the bases were : Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Norman Did You Know...........
white satin sows.Presenting and Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Chase on Sun-

a program of nuptial day, Dec. 19 from 2 to 4:30: p.m. at the Mrs. Lee Akridge is convalescing at Sheryl Thompson
music .were Mrs. Erma Collins, in- home of Leroy Jackson on ForsytheRd. the home of her mother, Mrs. Charles Daniel Riddick:
terim organist from the First Baptist Darby after three weeks in Shand'sTeaching
Church of Gainesville, Cynthia All friends and relatives are cor- Hospital where she under- .1
Dunham, violinist, and Lex Green, *: dially invited to join the family on this went a kidney transplant.
III, played the trumpet. : happy occasion.
Tommy Melton served as best man. i
Ushers were Lex Green. Ill, Jon ,r7rN.utw. nr '

Reid, Voyt Stanch and Lex Sanders. {, xp Wwtk a t 4. '
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Wes Milner was ring-bearer. !
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Kathy Green attended as maid of tit ;

honor and Mrs. Martha Wiggins was Mr.and Mrs.John Hancock Jr. ? ':.:-
matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Cud4

Vickie Gair and Sheila Wynn. Amber ,.. r ,
Green was a junior bridesmaid. All .
the .bridal attendants were gowned rangement of bridal roses with white Rosier. -'

alike in floor length Christmas pink freesias and stephanotis outlining the Large silver punch bowls were FOR THAT SPECIAL MAN v/- !
taffeta with tight bodices, square bouquet. Her only adornment were placed on the punch tables that were I .
necklines, pleated puff sleeves and pearl earrings and necklace of pearls covered with linen and lace cloths.
long bow tied sashes. The a gift of the groom.A Presiding at the punch bowls were the
bridesmaids carried a cascade ar-: reception was held in the church bridesmaids who also served iced cof- RECLINERS >vrlv -

rangement of rubrum lillies,freesias, Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Charles fee.The .
stephanotis, fuschia, pink miniature Darby greeted the guests at the door food table was covered with awhile p I. >. ;

carnations, hewther and baby's and Miss Amber Green kept the guest embroidered lace cloth and was ;
breath. The flower girr, Brandy book. centered with a large arrangement of by _
Melton, carried a similar bouquet.The The bride's table was covered withan freesias snapdragons, Jackstraw i. *
bride, given in marriage by her embroidered lace cloth and flanked poms and baby's breath in a lovely ni"n -I' :
father, wore a designer gown of ivory by two tall candelabras with white silver bowl. Large silver trays held a I -
satin styled in the Victorian manner. tapers. A beautiful arrangement of wide assortment of hors d'oeuvers 1
The bodice featured a sweetheart rubrum lilies carnations, and sweets. \ j.
neckline with close fitting basque stephanotis, heather and Christmas The bride graduated from I )
bodice which ended in four points on a pink cascaded down the center of the Gainesville High School; attended ly \' ) : =I '. t
Santa Fe Junior for two v. .I 1/i
skirt with a sweeping chapzl train. candelabra. The four-tiered white College years .
The leg of mutton sleeves further wedding cake was decorated with and was recently employed at Com- '- ) \ ;.t.-> .- I ,

detailed the Victortal gown. The roses with touches of pink. The top munity Bank in Starke. '. 'r 1 IMoi -
beautiful Juliet cap was covered with had an arrangement similar to thoseon The groom is a high school \J ., L CV.m I
Brussels lace and encrusted with the candelabras which were small graduate; went to the University of f r 1 -''-. ..
pearls and irridescent sequins. The tie-on sprays of rubrum lilies, Georgia for 3V4 years and is presently "" /11 I IT
fingertip veil of illusion was outlined heather, freesias, miniature carnations flight engineer at the Naval Air Sta- '. WE FINANCE .
with appliques of Brussels lace and a of pink tied with satin Christmas tion In Jacksonville. (,. ,, '",J.l- IlL/1 ////I-I'J -WE DELIVER "
blusher veil of illusion was gatheredto pink bows and baby's breath. Cutting Following a wedding trip to North --'i\ [ ..::::-::::=:::.- "
the front of the cap and covered the the cake were Mrs. Harris Dittmar, Carolina the couple .is residing. in ( '}; \\ ::;:: .l.. "; CANE '
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face. ,She, carried a cascading ar- Mrs. Emmett.Raney, and Mrs..N-B. Mandarin. .. .
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.(i k'M Iff' : :" t": ," ., the garage the L-shaped table
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... ""'I ..." t i to;! t candles in strawberry candle rings. '
.,. : t 1" "i d.>J ;,' Hors d'oeuvres were served. Mrs. '
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Lt .. "'., set round table covered
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brook of Starke and Mrs. Ray Miller
]n \\.. ': of Middleburg served as bartenders. jffit.

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niece of Mrs. Nettles was in charge of (
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( Annie Mae Andrews of Jacksonvilleand lUll '199?* and Olafln combination 100" Nylon Saal Valvat Harculon
the late Vollie Andrews and Mr. $O/O95 SOQQ95 37995
Nettles is the son of the late Carl Net- MKN MK" "
tles and Mrs. Flora Bell Nettles of lull --

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Mr; and Mrs. Nettles were marriedon
Nov. 1, 1957 in the home of Rev.

I .Mr.and Mr*.Elbert NettlesMr. and Mrs. D. A. Greek of 1157 E. 14th a fa
Street in Jacksonville. Rev. Greek
was then pastor of Johnstown Baptist INl ; perFormance
and Mrs:. Elbert Nettles Wood of Lawtey and Mrs. John C. Church. r TeLevISION

celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding Sapp of Raiford presided at the punch Over 200 guests were invited to at-
anniversary on Nov.28 at a receptionat bowl. tend the reception between the hours r
their home on C.R. 235, the Lester Mrs. Everett Birchard of Lake City 3 and 5 p.m.
Johns Road.
Mrs Wyles Andrews of Jacksonville AM/FM AC/DC'
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kept the register which was on a Parties ,.... A fc1. IF) IEI r.cord dlracily from radio 2 10" PORTABLE COLOR TV
round drum table covered 'with a bum-In mlcrophonaa and ttro Automatic color control In-llna plctur
white cutwork cloth. On the table was Ia .dphl.ek tub, mold.III-In carry handla !

:a standing silver filigree bell,a silver of Claire Turner gave the invocation before the lun- $Q92" $29925
bud vase holding an arrangement
cheon was served. .
'pink rose buds and a silver tray held Luncheon Honoree $493001OO
The guest of honor was presentedwith
scrolls rolled and held by 1
anniversary J
fall of silk .1
;silver wedding bands. Miss Claire Turner; bride elect of arrangement
Dec. 18 was honored at bridal luncheon blossoms as a memento of the occa-
Mrs. N. B. Rosier of Lake Butler a
land Mrs. Michael Gilhooly of Starke held at the Holiday' Inn sion.
,served as floor hostesses. Restaurant, Saturday, Dec.. 11, at Bicycles 1
The piano held memorabilia of the, noon. ,
bib Hostesses for the event were Mrs.' Bradford 1
couple: baby pictures baby Hospital
bronzed baby shoes, graduation pic*, James R. Reddish, Mrs..Betty Anne Has Christmas to choose from
tures,wedding pictures, place setting Phillips,'Mn.'Jim:B. Godwin,'Mrs:' Party
'. ;of their first dishes wedding corsage, Ann Godwin' Mrs:.J.E. Denmark,
:boutonniere hat, gloves and pearls Mrs."Joan Chitty,Mrs. George Flynn, annual The Bradford Hospital held their Come See I
Jr. 'and Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr. staff Christmas party dinner
the bride on her wedding day. ; I
worn by i i1SYMUwO
dance Saturday night. at the Starke ,
The dining table was covered with a Guests were greeted In the foyer by
white : and centered .Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Denmark.' Golf and Country Club. ..- I

with an arrangement of red and pink Upon arrival corsages were pinnedto NONBcadcocla't 5-PC. CONTEMPORARY DINETTE

,aUk flowers In a silver dish flanked by the honoree Claire, and' her The party hall was gayly decoratedin e IV taparad table legs with I
.silver candle holders holding burning mother, Mrs. 'Janet Turner. Ap- the Christmas motif complete with Famous DoubleGUARANTEE "haavy duty braeaaEitonalon $999a
pink tapers.: The silk arrangementwas petizers were served to the guests by ,decorated Christmas tree on the C labia 30"x40"x4a"ea..r.a tto.ea
a gift from John K. Langford, Sr. Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. Godwin. stage. Cholc.ofwhn./riuowtx sl .r.
.of Lake Butler. The three Uer anniversary ', Seated at the head of the U-shaped of Complete Customer Satisfaction Walnut/Brans! <."z) or Brown/Chrom.lwerl< -, ...
decorated In table were the honoree her mother
cake was pink, ; ;
and white and topped by a 25 oma-, her grandmother,Mrs. Alice Barron; The dining tables were set up In a or Your Money Back. Backed lea|
ment. The cake was divided by, and her sister, Kay Turner. semi-circle around the dance floor by your local dealer and by the S.TA.LI..D
pedestals and held arrangements of The luncheon tables were covered and were centered with candles and Badcock Corporation.
ro8eIand green leaves.The cake with white luncheon cloths and were' Christmas foliage. Members and .
pink made by Mrs.Marcia J. Harden- centered with green and red holly guests danced to the tunes of the ,, HOME FURNISHING CENTERS .
was brook of Starke.A footed silver punchbowl I trailing down the center of the tables Tunesters 9-piece band from Jackson- X mmwiTwna.awu*Moa.N r..-oovaaiMO SNOWS aMTanTMNMa

on a silver tray balanced the and were accentuated with Christmas ville. MasterCard1.' VISA.175 STORES SERVING THE_SOUTHEAST
bells and other colorful ornaments. _.....,
other end of the table. '" { / t. .
heart minters the head table .... !
dishes held pink shaped Centering: was a ; Homa Ownad Sandra Crawford
Norman of Starke Christmas arrangement of white and The approximately 100 attending included
made by Mrs.J.M. u
and spiced nuts. Mrs.;James Watson red carnations Individual name : the hospital staff, board 'i'leac -gilt 7 mot le+ -e 19fit" 128 $. Walnut 964-8289 *

of Graham and Mrs.J. M. Norman of .cards marked the seating arrangement members, husbands, wives and
8Urke cut the cake and Mrs. Russell for the 18 guests., Mrs. Flynn ,guests.

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r. ; Bradford. ,Hospital. Auxiliary Holds, Annual, Tea. Friday; ." '.' .,. .,. \

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I ;, ,their annual tea Friday, Dec. 10, in was raised. I10 I// ,
I. 'S the hospital library from 10 un.'to' Among those attending service, 1 t
, .\ If : -, 3:30 p.m. honoring the doctors, their were the' following members'' of the i. Y {
_wives and staff, the hospital staff and Keystone Heights American Legion Ir I
:;Auxiliary members, Post 202: George Ragsdale vice(dr..

., punch table was covered with a. Red Terry, exec. comm., Bob Sabo. '
tThfl polyester lace cloth and Bob McDondale Jim Drew and Wal"1lBessette ,
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t t> ..:,. with a long red runner. In all in full uniform. Mr, ,
:'i he middle of the table was a crystal Ragsdale gave a short dedication: f 1 'l \ ','If II!,.

".,. \ punch bowl encircled with red and "This flag is being presented to the, <,.r",) .. ....n... ____n._ .
.t....,white camellias- The refreshment Bradford Hospital by the Hospital
: table was covered with a white Ar Auxiliary. The retiring of the old colors
I" i I my/ avy cloth and also wan centered and raising of the new colors is be-,} New Bible for Bradford Hospital..., :
: with long wide red runner with a ing officiated by the American Legion Hall In
i ; a 'X Bible Is donated to the Bradford Hospital by Mrs. Marguerite
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Post 202 of Keystone Heights
l Ong low. red green and white' The Bible was. placed In the t
?i &'" mid- 'colors will be'depossed of in the proper -!; honor of her late husband' Edward A. llall. '
die.'Member4oftheAuxiliary'' manner by the'American Legion) hospital chapel.' I
: :S presid- ", ) Shown accepting tht' BibVe from Mrs..Hall Is Hospital i Administrator C.E. 1
jed'at the silver coffee service durplg Post 202. ,( ) O'Steen. At left is AI Kay Carlisle, chairman of the hospital Board of !
A was given by Rev. R. C: Rip
"....the party hours. prayer .' of the Madison Street Baptist
the Auxiliary Gillis of.the Madison Street Baptist Directors. At right Is Rev,K.C, Gillls. pastor i
the tea hours
During Cburchr.who. dedicated the Bible with prayer. \;
donated a 4x6 American flag to the Church followed by a short speech; by .
Hospital and a dedication service was C. E. O'Steen' Hospital -Administrator }' r I r I1' 'IL !I It
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UMW,.Chrlitmai Tea '

Honor, *'New Members a' !anfux., M.D, ;

:'Thetfaiteii i Me'' last' orgen'bad e'* 4S "i'" ,';" .' ''" ; ':. ;
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Christmas. Tea Sunday,. afternoon in I 1 :
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:;; Fellowship HaU of the First, ynited' '( a t Announces the opening of his office. ptSTARKE : ) '.

'1 Methodist Church: in Stark ?

'. ._. The ,hall was ..appropriatelydecorated :PLAZA
Y ': for the season,with straw
'. r : :"wreaths and red' bows, red ribbon qr (Next to Pantry-Pride)
;ya ..;z: ;decoration'at the windows and doors. L" 'Hospital Hospitality...
;: A Christmas tree was also decorated"Vith President Ada Reddish. The Hours: 9.5 Mon.-Fri.. 9.12 Sat.
red satin balls and red velvet "!rWM!! Lucy White pours tea for Hospital Auxiliary ,
: N/'hnwfi* z, yw ," ladies kept Christmas 'goodies on the table'. all day Friday' for hospital PHONE 964-4668

i, .: tr.rThe tea table was covered with a t employees and guests. "
white lace cloth centered with an ar-
';'rangement of red and white poinset-

'itias in a silver bowl flanked with red ____.__.n.._______ ..._-
I I.: tapers in silver candleholders. The

I 'table held an elegant assortment of Jeanna Padgett IEAGLE''. Open every night 'til 10 p.m.
: l'hors d'oeuvres. Gregory Padgett
1 President Mrs. J. T.Carver poured

i 'lea from a silver service and Mrs., Joanna Padgett,
f Steve Kroll served punch .from a ;
crystal punch bowl. Gregory Padgett \
\ Mrs. H. H.Adams was assisted with Engagement Told '
''the of p
tea members UMW.
Following by the tea the reception of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Padgett of Max-, CUTS FOR CHRISTMAS
new members and the installation of ville announce the engagement of F'F'F' F
%! officers was conducted in the scan-, their daughter, Jeanna Marie I
: tuary. Mrs; Warren Stevenson Padgett to Gregory Chester Padgett, I Iup55ii1TU/
presenteda program and introducted son of Mr. and Mrs. L.E.; Chester, ( [ / ,I

the new and prospective members.ti >fadgettofStarke. .....1 J "' ,:; 38% :
save !
..,Mr. is employedfor ;
-.Each :member-',,was"' given ;an silk\ Padgett presently save
f flower which was made into a bouquet W.W.:Gay Inc. of Jacksonville. *

,by Mrs.'George ,oberts,'Jr.'with the,. ,The couple has planned. an April 8' 20%YOUR' ::197'... .CHOICE 99 'I'IL69 i

newmembers; each adding'a; pink' 'wedding. .! wERE ON SALE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY I I I I'I i 'I 11
flower. The arrangement, was, ENEfl01ZERSATTERIES, 4lfffRPEP81,'' !
Choice ot "C' or "D", 2 and SATURDAY!
presented to Mrs.:Carver,; the outgoing pfc. or one *Volt b.II.,. DIET PEPSI ORAA. ,FRIDAY '
.I' President: -rl&vW: (:*",' "' rot. 4. M. WAS 7T..2.97. 'MOUNTAIN DEW l I I

New or prospective... ,,;members were I
'/llIlIliIJI'tIlII1l1'111''/ I IMR.CGFFEE
Mrs. John'".D.: Johns, Miss Cana'Schmidt. ,
Mrs;' David, Shoemaker '
fpet.cf.'E. $:
Mrs,.:Tommy Chastain Mrs...R. A. t Save 9.05
Green, Jr., Mrs., Charles Francis, wlae '
Mrs. Leslie Becker and Mrs.,Eugene, "'" r y Olwaum Prko 25.88 4WERE 118
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The installation of officers was con- ; kIi l_ '1 r' III B.NPHO.L..Mr.Coe .20.113 DICKIES FAMOUS"QUALITY. WRANGLER

ducted by Mrs.:R.S. Mullins who used .., M.II In R.b t. 4,00 FLANNEL SHIRTS MEN'S CORDUROY JEANS
the emblem of the cross and flame as< :'" Pre-Mirunli 100%cotlort Rugged polyester/cotton corduroy le
the. theme for the installation. ivy' I ttl+ rlhsphafwhw i 'flannel wllh long sleeves Western styled with 4 pockets and bootcutlegs.
decorated withgreen r I, I"I"IM nd two pockets. 8-xc Solid colors. Sue*28-38.
The sanctuary was Boy' Corduroy Jeans,. $$
wreaths and swags with large. ... : I Western Model. 8-te, WERE 8 88 .
red bows. The'altar was flanked with, .. ': \ AM/FM AC/DC RADIO. 8 lelll..a'. : 10 CUP MR.COFFEE '
poinsettias with the Chrismon: iree;, : I ::.'; I INacopMp.ntenna .iI" 1'8'. Adtom.lld : ,
,; '. Ban. not Included., .;;., .11,-. .....,, d On/On.wdch, ., 'r... iii "
and Advent Wreath either side "
the '
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The' altar setting with each officer '' \. ,r.i. CLOCK RADIO --- o I r9
i holding a' candle; was most im '. ".' "'..... RADIO Woodgraln.' WAS 22.88.. .,. 1783 PRDCrOR en.tr -
: The officers received their ;>>.' AM/FM HEADPHONE RADIO. 1
pressive. ;
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light from the Christ candle in the ad- ., ; ; =, not,Included.. ... .... 16'88 II
vent wreath on the altar. save 3.05 AC/DC CASSETTE I r l
Installed officers for ,, "'." RECORDER. AC cord. 1 .
President as Mrs. A. J. Eaves, was III; WAS 21.88...,. power........ .. 1883, WEST flE7JD, "' YCHOIRCE l '' YOUR 6
Cheri Wall save 7.05 AM/FM' CASSETTE \M/ t CHOICE 99
Mrs. S. G. Denmark; '
Secretary Mrs. Jack Trawick; Ronald Norman WAS RECORDER...'.18..M.B.fat.. "?.. Included. ?3983 ti .d r' h WERE UP TO 14 88 WERE.UP TO 12 M

Treasurer, Mrs.'Drew Reddish; Mission save 3.00 ULTRA SLIM AM/FM TOP MAKER CARDIGANS ORPULLOVERS
Co-ordinators: Christian Per- Chert Wall POCKET RADIO. Solid ",.,.. g88 WESTBENDROUND 88' "' MEN'S SWEATERS '
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'Mrsi Donald Hardenbrook; Christian Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Wall announce -' ,
,Social Involvement,Mrs. C. D.Thorn- the engagement and ..approaching "JL
tort and Mrs., Frank Porreca; Supportive marriage of their
) .Community, Mrs. Jim Blood- daughter, Cheri Vonda. to Ronald Ed-
worth and Mrs. Millard Judd; and the win Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
''Nominating committee .Mrs. J. T., Eugene W. Norman, all of Starke.A .
Carver Mrs L. C. Early, Mrs.,Glenn Feb. 5, 1983 wedding is planned in (
Polk and Mrs. Drew Reddish. the chapel at Camp Blanding.,
At the close of the ceremony Mrs. J. Diamond Pro.L.OVE. 4388
T...":Carver- received a Special Top grain leather.,... IO. To atTsave II\ff-\
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recognition to Women's Division for daughter _and family in Savannah, .a ve 4.00 REMCO SOUND FX' i <
the work of the:General Board of Ga. Friday' to Monday.' WAS13U.Sound, .synthesizer._ ?, .. ,988 _I 1 _I \ ,
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::1 Good. Turnout at Tour of Homes

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it is estimated that approximately -
100 guests turned our for the Starke
Woman's Club Tour of Homes and

tea.The club house where the Tour

started and tea honoring two of the v
club's oldest members Mrs. O. L i d
Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Klncald, was
beautifully decorated in the holiday
motif. Hanging baskets held huge arrangements
of poinsettias and at
points of interest in the hall were ficus J 'r1ra
trees aglow with mini lights.Pedestal
baskets held arrangements of

; gladiolus, button poms; snapdragons .
and freesias. The tables were covered t
r I with Army/Navy cloths. The snack' ,tI I
), table was graced with two silver
epergnettes holding white candles ; 'r i l
\ and pink and white snapdragons
\ freesias, pompoms and gladiolus with A New Flag tor Bradford Hospital... -'

i deep red velvet bows. Fnsr'K'S A new American flag was donated to the Bradford Hospital by the Hospital Auxiliary in ceremonies, j
\ In the sunroom hot punch was serv RAVW'V' shown above, last Friday afternoon Dec. 10. The new flag was raised by American Legion Post 202 of
; ed from a silver punch bowl. Centering a. I S' Heights. '
Keystone I
i the table was a Christmas arrangement Shown during the ceremony tl l-r) are Hospital Administrator C.E. (Rip) O'Steen. Rev R.C. Gillis of
I' In a silver chafing dish. Madison Street Baptist Church, Hopsital Auxiliary President Ada Reddish Assistant AdministratorJudy I
Mrs. Li A. Canova and Mrs. W. H. d Moore, and Lcglonaires George Ragsdale, vice-commander; Jinl Drew Red Terry, executive I|
Thomson, pianists, W. B. McKinney, commander, : Ward Bessette, Bob Sabo, and Bob McDondole who, I is raising the flag. i
, '! violin and Mrs. John Griffin, soloist, ,. I, F'J ,,,

i\:; provided the tea boura.Presiding background. music during Ellen Daymude Altar Society Hosts Party- ,i I

at the hot tea service at Kenneth Qutnlon .
intervals were Mrs. A. Russell Nor- Members of St. Edward's Altar Aerobic Instructor and invited! ;
man, Mrs.R.P. McLendon, Mrs.Cur To Wed Jan, 28 Society and guests held their Annual members and friends to her next
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at the Starke Golf demonstration planned for Jan. 18 at
tis Sanders and Mrs. Guy Sale. Christmas Party .
Rev. and Mrs. James Starling announce
Presiding at the punch bowl were' Woman's Club Honors It's Own... the engagement and approaching and Country Club on Friday Dec. 10. 6:30: in the parish hall.
In- Mrs. Josephine Cumber president'
the dinner, were
Mrs. Thomson and Mrs. V. J. Following guests
Spengler. Assisting were Mrs. Mrs. Jeanette Klncald, left, and Mrs. Gertrude Beasley were honored for marriage of MarIeDayml.1de vited to the home of Mrs. Lester Hum presided at the business session of the
to Kenneth O. ,
William Wilson, chairman, Mrs. Er- their years of service at the Christmas tea Sunday by the Starke Woman's Quinion son phries for socializing.Altar meeting. Members were advised of
of Kenneth T. Quinion of Starke.
and Judd Club. See the Christmas Parade on Dec. 11. ,
vin Andrews Mrs. M. R. ,cochairmen Society
Mrs. James Blackshear,' Mrs. Beasley Is a charter member of the Starke Woman's Club. She was a Miss Daymude Temple Aerobic Demonstration Kitty Chism had altar care during
Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs.John Griffin member of the group that helped raise money to build the Woman's Club Heights Christian School in Tampa. At the meeting of St. Edward's November. Betty Dazinski offered jo
The is for Jan. 28,
Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. R. P. McLen building, originally a school. Members did a lot of cooking and scrubbing to 1983 in wedding the First planned Church of Altar Society held in the parish hall on do this work during December. \ '
don, Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. E. B. Sear raise the money. Graham.All Tuesday, Dec. 7, Mrs. Pat Sutter of Members were invited to the,Annual 4
ing, Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Mrs. T. H Mrs. Kincaid has been a member of the Woman's Club since coming to friends and relatives invited Keystone Heights explained the Christmas Party planned (pr
Slade, Mrs. John Torode and Mrs. Starke in 1934. to'attend. are merits of aerobic exercise. She Dec. 11 at at the Country Club. They :
Merritt Williams. Mrs. Beasley and Mrs.Kincaid have been dedicated to every moment spent demonstrated to the accompaniment were also advised of the Annual
After partaking of the tea members'and .working for the Woman's Club.They feel it Is an asset to the City of Starke and of musical tapes how health and en- Carolling to take place on Dec. 19. t
guests were given maps of the one of the few cultural! features of the town. Rd. durance are improved with supervised St. Edward's Penance Service',
> Morgan Baptist
tour which consisted of: instruction.Mrs. An Advent Penance Service will be
,First Assembly of God Christmas Program Sutler is a certified Rhythmic: held at St. Edward's Catholic Church

The homes of Sherrod Hamilton, Christmas Play Morgan Road Baptist Church of on Tuesday, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. I

James Langley, Dr. Leonard Schlof- Starke will present a Christmas
\program The annual per capita con-
Assembly of God invited the
man, Don Foster Steve Hayes and ? "Arise Thy Light is Come'
on in the
public to attend the Christmas sumption of soap "All real works of art look
Francis Merlie. Also The First play Friday evening, Dec. 17 at 7:30: States is about "
,, entitled "When Love Reached Our p.m. United as if they were done in joy. ,
and B-U )
Methodist Church, Nu Waves Everyone is welcome. forty pounds. Robert Henri
Vo-Tech School.Methodist on Sunday Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. f

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: Church ,

Service on Cable TV .... t:: .:'- :.1

Sunday Dec: 19, the 45 member' Dr. and Mrs.Warren Richard Odom Odom ., I'';':j':';.:;,'; ," ";l ): :" !
are '
F1 eat
Adult Choir of First United Methodist 'j'' .
happy to announce the arrival of a or a 1
Church is
the Christmas
sharpig !- ,
Mark "
son, Warren, born at 12 noon on \r
in the universal of
message language '
music. Sunday, Dec. 12 in St. Vincents. ,r I
Hospital In Jacksonville. )
A wide variety of Christmas music '
will be used including selections from He joins an eight year old sister I :
the "Messiah." The soloists will be Leigh Ann and a four year old 1D'D1 1 ODe S
Marian Douglas, Cana Schmidt and brother, Matthew... .," ) .. I
David and Merri Shoemaker. This Maternal grandparents are Mr,and '/ b '

special service will be televised on Mrs. Harold DeRyke' and'' paternal '. ;.i '
Wednesday,Dec 22, at 7 p.m on Brad- grandparents are Mr_and Mrs. J.D. "I'" ,I
ford Cable Channel Odom, all of Apopka. 1 .
There will be a special church'' I
Christmas party on Sunday evening, David Alan Chilson.. ., .. <>,;,' "experience

J Dec 19, beginning at 6:30 p.m. There Susan and Roger Chilson of Santa ... ,.... ... \I will be a series of skits 6n Chr ltmas' Fe Lakrairuiounce tht birth*f a son?' '- '.\ 1m. "" -- !
3 customs around the world. At the par- David Alan, born Dec. 11 in Alachua
ty there will also be carol singing anda General Hospital. .lDe et' tti.
> special surprise.The Paternal grandparents are Mr. and abdthdeV
Sr High M.Y.F. is still collec- Mrs. Leslie Chilson. Maternal grand-
ting donations to light the Christmastree parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben
in.:the courtyard. Donations will Calhoun.
be going to,the Children's Home.

Jesse James Fowler thissynthoi. !

Frank Palmer, III Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wilson
Fowler, Jr. of Starke announce the a
Celebrates .
BirthdayI birth of a son, Jesse James born Nov. I' ,
I i Little'' Frank Walker Palmer, III 28 in Shand's Teaching Hospital. He )
celebrated his fifth birthday Saturday joins a brother Ernest,age 1V4 years. 'I ?
afternoon at a country style party Maternal grandparents are Mrs. ,,, : '
given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louise Varnes and the late Curtis & ,'r:' JJ iJ

Frank Palmer, Jr. of Jacksonville Varnes of Starke. Paternal grand- 'j : .- '. .
held at the home of his grandparents, parents are Dewey Fowler, Sr. and 1I4r '," if.If ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer Sr. at the late Jessie Mae Fowler. ,

Kingsley Lake. .j' ,1'. 7
a'fheparty\ ; was held Id, the yard :
where the 14 children enjoyed a pony? T
cart ride,tractor ride, played with a .' '' ,
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goat and talked to Santa Vlaus.Refreshmznta'were Old You Know........ 'I'y': : :( '/r: ; ,' it
served in the
arport which carried out the country ;' : '<':' : n
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style theme in the decorations of hay Out of town guests at the Melanie PRODUCTS PROGRAM :. ; ... itO
wane stalks sweet potatoes and Green-John Hancock wedding Dec. 4, ,I I .
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"greenery. The table covered witha ;. '.
; was were: David Brown Ft. Myers;: Mr. \
; checked cloth and hot dogs, ice and Mrs. Walter Jennings, Jackson;; '.. ,' .. GA
cream; and cake'were served. ville; Mr and Mrs. Lamar Simmons, ," "' 1,' JI',_:oj, "
sf The children were given cowboy Allison' and Sharla of Hawthorne; / ', :{ it.i' \\" ''"; ,
hats and vests as favors. Mike Taylor and Mr; and Mrs. Harris m"i\ .lf') *
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'V I Ditmanall of; 'Jacksonville; :Mrs, '. : ; ,:.:
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Emmett'Raney, Freeman, Va. Mr. '
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T! Santa ,Claus and Mrs.N.B. Rosier of Lake Butler;. ,:, '; 11'6', ,
'. Mrs: Carol McLendon;and Mrs;Maw -( ", 1 ," > .
? 1i11 be at the Office Shop, tie Bell Miller also of Jacksonville;, :,,. .(:.'',",: .' ; ', .' ,
Dr.and Mrs.Walter Herbert,Mr;and -" .;:,,>.".".. "' ,
110 W." Call.St. ,in Starke Mrs.;, Stanley Ma this,-Jim Foreman: ( ,. << .... I
Fri., ,Dec. 17, from 2 to 5 .Josh M Grlff"Dr.and'Mrs.; Phillip, ', -- I
Knlsley; Judge and ..Mrs.' John ,J!! j
'p.m. and on Saturday, Crews, June Clarkson, Mrs. J., Fred' ,

Dec.', 18, from 10'' a.m. ,to Harris, Judge and Mrs. 'Theron ,A.,
'Yawn, Mr. and Mrs.'Harris Toben,| I J ;
12 noon. Mr and Mrs.John Mott.Dr. and Mrs. .
.:;,,, Mom bring your Daniel Hagillih, Mr. and Mrs. Rod-; _
in and have a man Webb, Dr; and Mrs. Frank Car-, \
"children !
rera III, Mr. and Mrs. Mack McGriff,i The professional contractor or dealer displaying with a solar water heater water heating heat
(:holiday color photo Mrs., Tom Lonnllier' Mr.: and Mrs. ,
with' Santa. All for only Richard Maher, Marcia Penland Mr,' .- this sign participating in FPCs Watt-Wise pump or heat recovery unit.
and Mrs. Bobby Barber, David Lindsay ., Products .
Program Solar Film Incentive. FPL will pay up to$150 i I
$3.95. Mrs. Patricia aU of
and Moss
:'0;; : 'Gainesville; Billy Wetzel of Miami;' The program consists of four financial incentives towards the cost of having solar-reflective film 3

Did Mrs. Jennie Long.;Mr and Mm. AM designed to help qualifying customers make their installed.This '
You reduce
Know....;...... I Green, Mrs.. Lloyd Herrin, all of helps air-conditioning
,..'d',1'"" Callahan; Mrs. Dianna Glass of houses more energ fficient and use less electricity To qualify for the last three incentives, work ''tt I

: Officers and wives Jacksonville; Mr. and .Mn. Sabby; Cooling Heating Incentive. FPL will must first be
The/Warrant Fatican of Orlando; Mr and Mrs., : pay up recommended by a free FPL Home 'i
,'.had day night a Christmas at the home dinner of Mr.party and Mrs. ''Norwood Gay of Venice;; Mr. and'' to several hundred dollars towards the cost of havEnergy Audit. ::: I,

",Pete-Witt in Lake City.-Attending" Mr., ,'Wiggins Mrs. John, Laurie Powell Britt;Mr,and Mr..Mrs.and Mrs.Rick' ing an older air conditioning system or heat pump, It's that simple.And that profitable to you. ,a'

!were and Mrs.Mr. and George Mrs.Winkler' A.J.E,'ves.Mr. and, Tim Williams, all of Snellville, Ga.; replaced with a qualifying high efficiency system. fbr more information about the Watt-Wise %:

,Mrs.Albert Lee Crosby, Mr.'Mrs.and John Mrs.. Mr.Jones and and Mrs.Hudson, Harold Jones:Jones,all of,Elber-Mary I I Ceiling Insulation incentive. FPL will pay Products Program and how to obtain a list of participating Iy.
Jimmy Goolsby,Dyal and, Mr Mr.,;-and Mrs Otto 'of ton Alto Ga.,;Ga.Mr.;and Mr.Mrs.,'and Jack Mrs.Hancock Russell I I up to $300 towards the cost of having ceiling dealers/contractors, call the Watt-Wise :

Siemer. ''Ganas of Waycross,. Ga.;' Mr, and insulation installed. Line at 1-800-432-6563 (Weekdays 9-5)). ,,

:;: Jacksonvillewas I Mrs..Rufus Powell, Millie Powell of I Water Heating Incentive. FPL will to The
of Watt-Wise Products Another "
"Mrs. Don P. Stllley Alapana, Ga. Mr..and Mrs. Harold pay up Program. ; :
a'Saturday Buford.visitor of Mr,, and ;I Wiggins of Atlanta; ; Ga.and Mr and jl :', '" '. several hundred dollars towards the cost of having way we're working hard at being the kind of ':
R.C. > .
,, 'Mrs.' ,Mrs.Beach' ,Charles S.C. Godfrey' of ,Myrtle; 'I i ; ;" : ::1' ,,_," an inefficient water heater modified or''replaced power company you want. k" .' i:
$Misses' Kelly1 Fowler 'of Birroinghanv -, 1 1 .,' :. : ,
Ala, aid Kreva Williams of s : / .- '
Tulsa Okla., were weekend guests of I ,: .: 1 ," "... l'"k .
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Miss Adrienne Barry.. Rabbits are rarely found ,, ; .,'"> C'. i' .
'deep in forests.'They prtfer \ ".,' .;: e .
',:. .f1iMr. dMr.. Randall Chism visited ,, places where bushes '''or .',- J J! .:Ii, ; ;'r' ''' r.'i\; :: \ .t \{.. e ., '
:r.. their son. ,Robin to St. Petersburg. ( clumps 'of tall grass'are' 'f'i '7.},"' j' t;.. 'JM\: i; CFPLq H 'c' F"Y'. t I',: ;. r (I' ,?. ."
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Welcome to BHS. week to film an episode of
'T';. Jaizlng It Up! "Its Elementary" and compete
I \ ,The,.:Jut Band at Bradford High The SLEP test, which exempts I I against two'other schools. From
'lvas" born to play music 11 I. And they do students from certain courses if they t left to right on the back row are
I it welll) 1 qualify, will be administered Jan. W r Unit Bishop. Carl Ritchie, Bo
The Band consists of 15 BIIS students to interested students who meet the tL Hersey and Wendell Hudson In
who are: guidelines.t L the middle from left to right
Riddick Kevin Sheetz Teresa is designed to enable Crawford, Veronica
i D.J. R are:Dyana
: r, I, Bauldree, LeAnn Flynn, Timmy students not to have to take a course: _S., 1Ct '" L Sowell. Misty Telken Aimee
1 I Alldredge, David Young, Bobby and still recieve a credit. w r Ferguson. Rusty Eberlee and
i 1 ''I' Anne the frontU l to r)
!I Frampton, Lori McKinney, Jeff Foster On

,,,' LoperGeorgeLeVasserDenJseGrif. Holidays Knocking... include:Celente Carter Alphonso
I )i J j' f is, Jimmy Bell, Faith Roberts Susan Johnson Dwayne Allen and
.. NO SCHOOL next
Don't forget.
: ( Wilkerson, and Tommy Barnes. Tracy Combs.
,1'., If you haven't had a chance to hear week!1 11 I We won't be back 'til next
school l before the
.ye;;" the jazz band play, now is your yChristmas.holidays!!!
1 is Dec
;, chance. It will be preforming at
.. "'I, Soulhside Elementary today (Thurs., 17. Students return Jan. 4,
I Dec. 16) from 8:30-11: a.m. i1
I Powder Puff'ers...

:: I New Ag Teacher is a lady... The powder puff football game will 1Wtd \ .
,' i t 9. The Agricultural Department has a be held this Sat.. Dec. 18, at the BHS set "y,4h., '
football field at !! It will be ;
is Mrs. Jill 8 p.m.ll .
; 1 new addition I' Her name
\ and she will teaching an something you don't want to miss and
t*i If') it :'1 yLo agriculture Payn classlI!! 1She Is a former probably won't forget!I III!i I5L\\, L ___ ) r' 1 1r.N

III 'd 'ti Parties Honor Lorna Leasure'II" -

( Starke Elementary School NewsChristmas
t } Two parties were held in the past Tommy Reddish were honored at a
j oil, week for Miss Lorna Leasure, bride- Christmas decorations and bridal
, :' )t" elect: of Tommy Reddish. shower given by Mr. and Mrs. Jamie i Program' Par ado. A-B students were Ryan Red from their teachers. We hope they Mrs. Betty Chapman's Third Grade
ff! ,ldn The J.E. Hardy home on E. Call St. Rhoden, Mr. and Mrs. Todd MeCullough -' Tonight at 7:30 P.M. dish, Stacy Bryan, Gretchin Crews will enjoy their McDonald calendars. ClassIn Mrs. Chapman's classes the
t t was the setting for a luncheon for and Mr and Mrs. Bobby Our Christmas program will be Vinnie Blve, Tommy LaFoIlette andKendra Merry Christmas. and Happy. New following students made 100 percenton
,1. I "Miss Leasure given by Mrs. John Dugger at the home of the latter in tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. Thomas. Yearl! their spelling test: Christa
,':,'I If t Torode Mrs. S.G. Denmark, Mrs. Macclenny.The Please come out to the high school Perfect attendance the first Mrs. Wlnkler's First Grade Modesitt, Antonio Williams, Cathy Jo
Clyde Sinclair,Mrs. Harry Gruen and Christmas theme was attractively -, auditiorium to hear the SES chorus semester, went to Donna Robbins, ClassThe following students made Jackson, Pamela Patterson, April
Mrs. Hardy carried out In the decoratiutu sing carols.Our music teacher is Mrs. Robin Register, Jimmy Parado, 100 percent on each spellin test dur Taylor, Timothy Johns, Andrea
I tz.; Attractive arrangements of for me occasion. Lavon Drivas. The theme will be Stacy Bryan, Eric Cohens, Gretchin lag the last six weeks penod: Dana Hewett Emily Nugent, Michelle
E I ?,i(,Christmas (decorations: and potted The dining room table was covered "Ch.r tmtu In the Air (In Song." Crewsm Tommy LaFollette and Vin- Newsome Tamara Ellerson,Jennifer Boatright, Shannon Elliot, and Evan
J;".plants highlighted points of interest in with a lace cloth over red linen and nie Blye. Shadd and Darrin Young. Datrin doesan Douglas.
::' the party rooms was centered with a Christmas ar-- Tonya Martin and Shane Smith are Mrs. Dobbins and Mrs. Hartley's outstanding job in writing also.An- We would like to recognize
a.. Guests were greeted at the door by rangement. celebrating birthdays in Mrs. Sex- bird: grade reading class would like dy Nichols is doing a super job in his Deanna Holiday as our outstanding
: "J .Mrs. Sinclair and Mrs. Hardy. Appetizers ton's class. to thank Mr. Rudolph Hutcheson for reading workbook. I can count on him student of the week. She is the
: were served by Mrs. Gruen, Silver compotes held hors Mrs. Joy! Tetstone's class has been bringing a Christmas tree to their getting it right the first time. Great daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
I Mrs. Torode and Mrs. Denmark. d'oeuvers along with a silver chafing busy making Christmas decorations. room. We have been busy making work, Andy I Happy birthday to Marcus Holiday. We are very prOud of Tam
: ,,., The dining room table where the dish and silver punch bowl. The cake Straight A students were Patti Bog- reindeer, wreaths, angels, chains and Patray, Dec. 14, and James Gileson my Mosley and Andrew Buie for doing
rtj.Jionoree and relatives sat held was decorated to match the invitations gess, Robin Register and Jimmy stockings for Christmas presents Dec. 20. better this week.
: .j.Christmas place mats and centered that had been sent to the party A
With an arrangement of camellias. guests.A .
3 Christmas China and Christmas appointments Christmas
Victory Baptist Church Program Sunday
'"j were used. In the guest, dressed as Santa Claus,
J sunroom the smaller tables were presented the first gift to the couple ATTENTION! ..,all good boys and Victory Baptist Church will hold The public is cordially invited to at-
:1\ covered with cloths and girls
Army/Navy from under the Christmas tree where their Christmas program Sunday tend.
t were centered with camellias. Place the gifts were arranged.The night, beginning at 7:30.
J cards marked the seating arrangement 45 guests included the bride- On Monday, December 20, Santa ,
l i for the 20 guests. elect's parents, brother and sister Claus will make an appearance at "
I \ Among the guests was the Mr. and Mrs. Claude I. Leasure, the Bradford County Public Library. p.m.O "
S .t honoree's mother and sister, Mrs. Daniel Leasure and Kitty Leasure of Santa's schedule is quite busy this &he )
: : Claude Leasure and Miss Kitty Dade City and the prospective time *! year but he has agreed to .
j : Leasure of Dade City and the prospective groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Drew v1.H with n" at 3:00 p.m. J reamer
: groom's mother, grandmother
I Reddish. Santa wants to know what
{ and great-aunt Mrs. Drew Reddish you
j f -.*Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Mrs. A.L The hosts presented the couple with tree.would CAMERAS like under ARE your WELCOME.Christmas Now Open In Time For Christmas

; 3; anderson, respectively, silver toasting classes, crystal fruit Satin Sheets "Fit for King" also Queen ee
I a ( Reg.)
I j4& guests were Mrs. bowl and crystal and gold plaque of'j
: 'J- James Rhoden of Macclenny, Mrs. the couple's engagement and webdinf i Handmade Quilts French Pr. Sofa (Blue Brocade)
_J.C Wynn of Keystone Heights, Mrs.Roy date. I 3I
!: Hall of Melrose, and Miss Lynn I Victorian Table (Antique) Many Handmade Gifts

I lg.ee: t of Fernandina Beach. : South
3 miles Road 100 964-7912
::;..'.;'.The hostesses presented corsages Legal Notice"......."................................0........0'............ on -
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N.4u:: use nonoree uie two mnrnprs ana
Ssrsranamother. They also gave Miss NOTICEOf Municipal Home Rul. may be desirable' and'
:.3Uea3iire: the sugar to her China patS ORDINANCE Powers Act Chapter are compatible with such
.{ :tern as a memento of the occasion CHANGE 166, Florida Stotu... d.v.lopm.nt. This
I :J. __ PLEASE BE ADVISEDthat SECTION 2: Amendment ,district Is Intended to be' I: if -
the City of Stark. of Ordinance. Pursuant strictly: limited to existing
ijjMJt,Un Kriday. night Miss Leasure and has und.r consideration to the re- developed areas

; '.. -.' ..... a proposed :ordinance' o qulrement-. S.ctlen,166.o41woi.At. which are alrodycharacterized 1, v w'iI
Florida' by, .
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'* "' sg-Mad\t6rfSltot; \ Baptist entitled ordinance; tnsMWAn amending .,1'I ",Stotut.-. Aftle'VI of the lure. of housing' types or ). '. .. If'"(),>: ndatp' i> I till DHOW'
\ SClass Have Christmas Party Article VI of the City City of Starfce'i Zoning to areas dominated by 4 l, ''tw'JlXI .i
I wN; of Starke't Zoning Regulation Is amended substandard housing In
SSss' The senior ladies Regulation to create a and supplemented to which mobile homes
Sunday district read as follows: would Improve housing 1 >
to for
Mass: of the Madison Street Baptist provld. L Join
medium density' single SECTION 6.4 ROD. quality In the area. It Is
SlThurch were given a Christmas party Singl. Mobil. Intent of this
family residential' ) -Famlly Zoning Ordinance
gy their teacher, Mrs. Robert Gillis development on smaller Home, Medium Density, that this district ,
I i & n Friday morning at 10 a.m. at the lots, where detached District.Section. b* applied to primarily i OurChristmas'
:':gTGillis:: : home on Epperson Street. single family dwellings 6.4.1 Purpose developed areas.
fcph The refreshment table was covered and Individual mobile : Section 6.4.2 Permitted .
-1VIUl a red linen cloth and centered homes may exist In the It Is the Intent of this U.... % I '" I',
with a snow scene.Mrs. R. O.Dansby some ar_. district to provide for A.Used permitted .
-;.r:presided at the crystal punch bowl. BE IT ORDAINED BY medium density single-' by Right: I e '
'rst; During the party hours Mrs.Johnny THE CITY COMMISSIONOF family residential' 1. Single Family, I Club :
',- :Chapman: sang several Christmas THE CITY OF STARKE. development on smaller. detached dwellings: NOv-r
i .abcarols accompanied by her daughter, as follow: lots, wh.r. detached 2. Mobil. Homes: '
I :Mrs. Eddie Blalock at the piano, who SECTION 1: Authority Ingle' family dwellings 3. s.w.r IIh stations q l"
"also sang several selections. for Ordinance. This and Individual mobile ; I "r I' Jr
: The class presented their teacher Ordinance I I. adopted homes may exist In the 4. Leasing or rentingof 1 s
same area, together room.: however, the : ,. .',
:with a four piece place setting for her pursuant to Chapter a .1J
devoted time to the class 13426: Laws of Florida with such public end number' of tenants In Silt., S K 1' t11.10} T 8'iflt
: Twenty members and enjoyed Special Acts of 1937 as s.mi-Public buildingsand each dwelling shall not -
I'' the occasion. guests amended and supplemented facilities and accessory exceed two ((2)). .; ,r dd'rdaolls :"
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Tornado JV' Varsity Cagers Whip Palatka in OT Games

I Down 8, Varsity Rallies for Victory I Prayer Shot Helps JV to 38-35 WinJimmy I

Seemingly down and out, trailing 47-39 'Cats Come on Strong... Sewell threw in a 35-foot prayer shot to be the only field goal of the 3 minute period.
moments Into the final period of play, the Tornado with 1 second to go to propel Bradford's rally Simon Mitchell added a foul shot with 18
varsity basketball team stormed back to Macclenny-Baker County's Wildcats, expec- ing junior varsity Into an overtime session seconds to go to seal the victory.
take Palatka into overtime and nip the Pan- ting one of their top teams in recent third Scoreboard Tells StoryWith Tuesday and the JV Tornadoes came out on top The Baby Tornadoes again had to overcomean
then 81-69 in the extra. period Tuesday night at broke open a close ballgame late in the of Palatka 38-35 for their second straight win. awful free throw performance. They hit just
home. period and beat the Tornadoes 78-58 in Mac- the Scoreboard lights signal- The "B" squad also nipped Baker County 8 of 22 charity tosses.

The win,Bradford's second in 6 outings aftera clenny last Friday night. Ing victory for the Tornadoes Tues- 55-54 last Friday and is now 3-3 on the season. Cooper was just 3 of 11 from the line, but he
winlees year last season, wasn't pretty, but The 'Cats scored the first 9 points of the day night varsity players Emmett Just as the varsity would do later the JV Tor- hit 5 inside buckets to tie Palatka's Eric
it's a victory BHS Coach Mike Sexton was gladly game thanks to a press that didn't allow BHS Watkins, Robert Bellamy, Cecil nadoes dropped behind against the Panthers, Gulledge for scoring honors with 13 points
accepting Tuesday. past halfcourt, and led front 21-14 after a Wright Tom Pierce and Daren bailing 28-15 with 2:04 to go in the first half Cooper is averaging 12.8 per game.
"This was our worst ballgame, but I'm just quarter. But the Tornadoes scrapped back to Chandler exchange high fives. Forward Kenny Holmes canned two shots just Sewell had 8 points, Holmes 6, and Shaun
glad I we won" he said after the reverberatinggymnasium tie the game at 33-33 heading into the locker before intermission to close the halftime gap to Jackson 4.Baker .
room at the half and were right in the thick of it
had emptied and become silent. 28-19 but the Tornadoes still seemed a long way
The Tornado rally started when substitue with just a few minutes left in period 3. That'swhen from victory; Especially when Palatka kept Falls by 1
Baker to
Sam Norman popped in a 12-footer. Robert deadlock. County exploded break a 43-43 .t the lead at 9, at 32-23 with 5 minutes to go inperiods. The jayvees escaped with a hardfought 55-54
Bellamy and Norman then canned front ends of .
broke loose Sexton said. "We victory at Macclenny last Friday night, mostly
"They ,
one-and-ones and Bellamy hit a jumper from had been their well all
the wing to close the gap to 51-47 with 5:19: to handling press pretty Herbie Cooper for 3 straight inside buckets to for time and time again.
night long after we settled down, but they caused easy layups
play. close the margin to 32-29. Bradford's Herbie Cooper was 4 of 10
few turnovers. And times we'd )just
Half f minute later Emmett Watkins stole a a couple 91 the kids all to the ball to Her-
a a ,beat the press and then turn the ball over in the "I told night get from the foul line, but he canned 7 field goals to
Panther dribble and hit a layup to pull the Tor- frontcourt." bie inside and we finally started doing. it, was tie Macclenny's Frank Ruise as gamehighscorer
nadoes to within a basket. BHS JV coach Bill Sexton's explanation of the with 18 points.
Baker hit of foul shots
18 27
Palatka,which scored just 4 field goals in the Bradford's County 8 of 18 in the ballgame.comparedto last-half comeback. "Plus I think the press Also in double figures for BHS were Jimmy
last period against effective BHS (halfcourt) helped us. It picked the tempo
pressure From the field BHS was more effective, with up Sewell with 11 points and Kenny Holmes with
defense, hit a foul shot to go up 52-49 and went guard Robert Bellamy hitting from outside and and got us going." 10. And point guards Simon Mitchell and Shaun
into a weave with 3:38 remaining Frank and both hit 2 straight
delay Cecil Wright and Daren Chandler doing the in- Long Cooper Jackson had 7 and 5 points respectively.
But with BHS fouling in the backcourt and side damage. free throws to pull BHS within 1 at 34-33 with
forcing turnovers and the Panthers missing the 1:06: to go.

Tornadoes made their move. ,..U..ke 111 II I* > (t In the next 45 seconds the ball changed hands Pol.*. II II 7 0 M
Gary Carter hit a foul shot, and after a steal amdfonl II 11 t 17 I tl fully 10 times with one foul shot by the Panthers mefer 4 .111. MFAIATKA
by Bellamy Watkins fed Carter for an inside PALATKAi Sherwood M, Session 4, McCoy I, the only dent made in the Scoreboard.That Mdu Is>.|4 MMADroeoi .
Johnson 1, Wright 3, Daniels 2, Deerlng 10, Mcln- Mitchell 1123, Jackson 1134.
bucket that kiWtted the score at 52-52 with exactly nIs 5. '_I.,It 1441 IfMADFORDt made it 35-33,Palatka, setting up SeweU'sdramatics. Holmes 3 0-0 0. Cooper S 3-11 13, Galney I M 2,
3 minutes to go. Bellamy 3 2-4 8, Norman 2 1-2 5, Sewell 40-41,Lone 0222. TvMtot II HI MI .
The Tornadoes went ahead when Mark WaUiins 2 0-12 e. Carter 4-114, Pierce 33-59. After a missed Panther free throw Cooper rebounded -
Ch.ondlerU"14.AlJen 0 0-0 0,Wright 10.33.TcMHitn a..N.rd ? I* It Is U
Pierce curled in a reverse layup with 2:18: to go .u i741.. and pushed the ball upcourt to Sewell .....c.. It It II 14 t4MAOTOOOi
and Daren Chandler sank a jumper over a Pan- for the near-halfcourt jumper that rattled Mitchell :31-37. Jackson JUS.
ther defender to put Bradford ahead. 56-52 with Bradford 14 It II II U through as time expired.In Holmes 5 04 10. Cooper 7 4-10 .II Sewell S 1-3 II.
1:48 left. M.ccl...my il It I* 14 .' 7* OT it took just 7 seconds for Sewell to bank CUnningham 00-00.Gamy 0-02.( ,_..245-2055.
UADSOI0 Bellamy 10-014,Francla o-or.: Norman
Now it was the Tornadoes' chance to blow a 0121.Carter 12-44,Johnson 0 2-3 i.Pierce I in shot off the opening tip, but that turned out BAKER toUla: 26 24 M
lead. 24,Chandler 04)14,Allen 10-3 2.Wrloht 71-4 IS. "tit
Despite! Sexton's exasperated shouts of"don't '.,.., u HI uMACCLINNVi .
Battles tl, McKendree I,Mosley B, 3p ,
shoot the ball! the Tornadoes twice 3 a.
Paige 6,RulH 21,Washington 6,Ftnley,GrUfls 3,
pulled the trigger in the final minute of regulation Lane 4,Jones 3 T.t.lii jo 11-17 71.
and missed, allowing Palatka to tie.
9-5 Panther forward Bill Sherwood, the
night's top scorer with 26 points, followed up
his own missed tap-in try with 1 second to go to

send the game into overtime at 56-56. .Fr V
The Tornadoes regrouped and controlled the .

OT.After ,
Palatka went up 58-57 on a driving
bucket Watkins hit 1 of 2 charity tosses to tie. !.
Both teams came up empty on their next two
trips downcourt, but Chandler nailed a short
.jumper with 1:24 on the clock to put BHS in
front 6O8.Sherwood.
*.f{I hit 1 of 2 foul shots to cut the gap to

,a point,but with 36 seconds to go Watkins came Rr
up with another timely steal. He, Pierce, and
Bellamy played keepaway to whittle 29 ticks cLc'
off the clock as the Panther defenders chased
the ball to no avail. Finally, with 7 seconds to i4
go Pierce was fouled. '
The senior guard hit the front end to make it y ,i I

91-59, and missed the second shot. ____ _
At the other end the Panthers had the final '
shot with 1 second to go, but guard V. McCoywas 4' f'i &
called for an offensive foul on Bradford 1 I s A '( k 4I
center Cecil Wright, clinching the outcome. 4
Carter, who was 5 of 6 from the field and r L _
Chandler who was 6 of 11, led BHS in scoring rJr 1 I
with 14 points apiece. Watkins and Pierce added v _
9 points and Bellamy had 8 as the Tornadoesput r

",: together field respectable shooting qtr ,'"r2. R1-
night from the of 55. 48 percent) to go z +
with another miserable outing from the foul b

J. for 37,46 percent). .
'ri inbe j second half was a battle of foul shots, 't' ,\,' tM,.
with 68 attempts between the two teams.
Luckily for BUS the Panthers weren't any l{'.. ..: '."".
J. ,0 ,.. 1
of 31 from the .' ., ,\ \ .
more effective, hitting just 15 ", hf "" '.' .. ,. ,, ,l. ."... '"' .
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Chandler and Watkins led BHS on the .
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with 9 and 7 rebounds respectively, and Varsity point guard Robert Bellamy dribbles -
Watkins took over the point to dish out 8 past a Palatka defender In Tuesday Mitchell Looks for Cooper Inside.... :

asaiata.'i night's overtime win. JV coach Bill Sexton told his guards to get the ball Inside to center does just that bouncing a pass in to his teamate. :

Y t) Herbie Cooper (number 21) and here point guard Simon Mitchell : I

Ii'. Florida Bank Starke 'iiii BHS Grid Stat : Watkins Leads Offense, I

Jefferson at Clark Street, Starke, Florida 32091, 904-964-7050 Randalls is Top Tackler

According to final football figures were Billy Rehburg with 6 fumble Mnliia imp.-H>TP
added up for Bradford High's 1982 recoveries and 2 QB sacks, Randalls Habert Carver 22- 40JS& I
tbAN TA 1 Emmett Watkins the with 2 fumbles Emmett Watkins 37- M- 0
season was caused, and Randalls ...
IS BRINGING TO TOWN. leading Tornado rusher, Brad Russell Schooling and John Bennett with 2

top pass-catcher Robert Carver top interceptions apiece. Brad_Russell-, -. oo.::;2
passer, and Melvin Randalls and Dale John David Francis punted for a Frank Allen + lit: 0
Friday December 17 3 to 6 pm Buchanon top tacklers. 33.6 average, and Watkins led in punt Emmett Wstkins JIJ.. l
Not too many surprises there. and kick returns. Robert Bellamy 3ft. 0

Watkins ended up with 741 yards Those two were top scorers with
rushing on 187 carries,a 4.0 yards with 28 points on 4 IIa..IS,.. .w rd
carry average. Number two on the Watkinsdellding run, and Eric Emmett Lane Watkins -3l
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rushing list was sophomore Oliver Francis kicking points on 3 ,Jimmy Schoenlni 53Mslvin
Tyson, with 106 yards on 47 tries. field goals and 6 conversions. w.My
Russell came on like gangbusters in -lee s.l. ...

taken of,the children, the second half of the season to total' Final BHS Stays dale Buchanon Randalls M 33 >IS 4 HM.M
100 yards on 8 catches and 2 TD'.. (leaders by category) Emmett Watkins n is luKanayWrigM
with Santa.. Carver hit 22 of 49 throws (45 per- 30 737

',. r"tr cent) for 358 yards and 5 TD's. EnuMUWalkiM 4TD'sl ep P:i i Jimmy Davis Schoanlnf 29:M -" 13 I >:S7JotMBenaett 7Randy
Randall ended with a total of M Join David Francis U.Q..ep .11 II 10 -'MOUnrTysoa
tackles, 96 primary and 24 assists, Brad am TD's. .II 22. 9 -77
CHRISTMAS' HOURS, :; and Buchanon had 48. Next on the list David Jones, Blalna Dyal eaca4 pointsEmmettWatklna
I was Watkins with 43. and coming up ......_,...,.,Melvin Randalls: Jimmy SchoenUS -
with' 37 stops each wereKenny -. ...,. 3. Brad Russell t,John Bennett 3.i. .
Open 'ThursdayDecimber Wright Randy' Davis and Jimmy 117-741 _Billy Rul bars 1,Kenny WrlfhtrinRandallal
Oliver Tyson
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Eastside and Baker didn't give the girls time to play football and the guys time to
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r 54 .any early Christmas presents to the BHS girls basket- i cheer Saturday night
7P&11 team last week pinning defeats on the Lady Tor- be having Powder Puff football.
:' r t' ,starting at 7 at
will be played p.m.
I Dadoes that left the Bradford team 2-4 heading into the Four 10 games
,, I IOJrilolidays.. Bradford Stadium. Admission is 91.
,' *" BUS doesn't play again until January 3, when they go All the classes will be Involved in the event, which for their is
class to raise
I' : a to Keystone Heights. -, sponsored by the sophomore money
-$ stslde'a Emily and Connie Tolbert drilled in 20 projects.
I j ;"P points apiece as the Rams topped BUS 54-44 in a district j.q In the 1st quarter the juniors and seniors will clash. In
t' spell period two the sophomore and freshman will play Then in
I game Thursday at home while a third quarter dry of
1 I Ii allowed Baker County to nip BHS 25-24 in Macclenny t-"P--J quarter 3, after a 10-minute halftime break the losers
I the 4th period for the
Monday night. _games 1 and 2 will meet, and finally
t', I I' In the Eastside game BHS was deadlocked 23-2351 I overall Powder Puff champ will pit the winners of game 1
halftime and after being outscored 15-9 in period 3 the + and 2 against each other.
,I' Lady Tornadoes pulled back to within 3 midway through After the game a dance will be held in the cafeteria,until
,a I the fourth period. But the Rams exploded from there 12:30: a.m.Hall .
I and won going away.
Junior center Vonda Kay Hall had her most productive
game of the season, hitting 17 points and hauling Bass Lead Volleyball Stat'sBHS
I down 15 rebounds. Lorraine Bass added 14 points and volleyball coach Inez Diggs has totaled out statisticsfor
led Bradford with 3 steals and 2 assists. Maria Reddish A, the recently completed volleyball season for her, .Tornado
J 1 added and Gloria Davis had 3,to go with 7 rebounds .
6 points girls team and here's some of the numbers:
f :' i fi\, ,, The Lady Tornadoes finished 13-4, winning the most matches '
; in a season in the 6-year history of volleyball at BHS.
I 3rd Period Costly... Junior Vonda Kay Hall and senior Lorraine Bass led in
JS Leading 15-13 at halftime the Lady Tornadoes were the net categories. Hall had a team-high 53 spikes, plus a
', outscored 10-2 in the third period at Macclenny and that : a +t dozen dinks (soft touches over the defense), and 7 blocks.
: has! the difference in the ballgame.LUradford 'I' \ Bass led in dinks with 20, and added 35 spikes ,
= J i pulled back to within one and had a second Top setter was Pat Slocum with most of the sets on the 88
t '? ',: dance to win when Baker missed the front end of a one- spikes by Hall and Bass. ,
s S 1 'and-one with 17 seconds to go. BHS had the ball under \0;:;.. -" :G. .... V, J As for serving Bass led with 150 service points followedby
:. 'I Baker's basket with 12 seconds left, but threw the ball !\' >- _/ freshman Valerie McCloud with 124, Hall 99, Cindy
.:: away before getting a final shot. .,... Strickland 92, Wendy McDougald 47, and Christy
''i -: 'j'We: missed a bunch of easy shots" coach Gayle Lee '- .. Strickland 43. "
: I f ud. They also hit just 2 of 10 free throws. The leader in ace serves was the bullet-serving Hall with
: L 0M .m.._MM. 14 If U M Lady Tornado'Basketball. 5-rV Team;..;.,(;"i'IJ.; 1 .,';i 46. Bass had 24, Cindy Strickland 18, and McCloud 3. '
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D.vl.1.1.1,Carter 1+1. stands 2-4 heading Into the ,Cbrlstma, *,break. Is picLorraine Bass. Connie Carter and Pam Hawkins Basketball Signup Deadline is Dec. 30
: OneLdMN 4 1 f U lured above. Not pictured were Vonda Kay Hall and Queen
_.. .11.2U Registration cards and the $200 league fee are due
Marla Reddish, Allen,
,left to Kay Berry.
Front right
: .tR Muoromi( Reddlah 4-0-8 Baa s-o-e, Hall 3-1-T, December 30 for the Starke men's basketball league.
Carter 0-ta.Strickland 1-0-1 Cindy Strickland and Jewell Broughton.

II! \ ri-Sports Briefs gymnast coming 'up from class III. finishers) local 6th grader Christi '2nd, Florida Jr. College's national Walk YourselfTo I I
I,! This was the first optional competition Harrell was 89th with a time of 23:05. JUCO champ women's team 4th, and
of the season.Roadrunners. She was second in the 11andunderage the Sunshine Striders of south Florida Good HealthThe
; ,', group to win a trophy along with a 5th. Starke Rec. will be
: -Theressa Girl Competes and Largo,and the Champion team of CompeteIn shirt. offering a new excercise Department programa
;In International Meet South Africa. Lisa Tierney was 111th for the "It was the first really big meet for walking class.
J Brown's Gymnastics Team captured Women's 5K Race Roadrunners in 23:47 followed by the kids" Roadrunner coach George
Stephanie O'Steen, daughter of first place with a total team Five girls from the Bradford Lori Sapp 185th with a time of 25:32.: Loper said. "Considering you had 500 The class will meet at 9:30 a m.
Gary & Ilene O'Steen of Theressa, score of 172.65.Stephanie Roadrunners Club ran in the Angel Widener 191st in 25:39: ,and Kris and some finish like that I thought the Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
competed in an international gymnastic ,who works out 20 hours a Women's Moving Comfort 5.000 meter Anders 397th in 29:53.: kids did real well. mornings at the Old Armory and walk
meet held Sunday Dec. 5, in week in 5 nights at Brown's studio in run held at The Bolles School in The winning time was 17:06: by Loper said the Roadrunners will 2-2Vi miles.
Largo, Florida. Gainesville, chosen from classI Laura Dewald of the and choose meets of is welcome.
was 13 Jacksonville Saturday Dec. 4, and as winning Moving pick 1 or 2 per Anyone any age
The option meet consisted of girls girls to be one of the seven representing 6th. Comfort running club. month and conclude the road racing There Is no charge to join. Just meetat
team the girls were
f! from Brown's Gymnastics In Brown's in the meet. This is a season with the River Run in Jackson- the Armory with your walking
Gainesville, LaFleurs Gymnastics Stephanie's first year as a Class I Of 687 runners entered ((595 In the team race Forest Creek was ville March 12. shoes on.

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I Tornado Wrestlers 1-3 on Season, Host 1st Home Ma"teh Versus ForestFor < I

0". ... ... to the season when be broke hlarm TOMMY PAfUCXK (B) pin Berkley ltl: ,SBAHTOW 16
four weeks prior
now practice) the marks Thursday against Forest. / .d.''.'' IXC (n pta Pnies :M.
auditorium lobby has been the closest Wrestling at 147, McDuffie has runoff \ .. !' in practice.In .
rr.T' ,. BHS led 27-13 after ........ .
Lake .
Bradford High School's wrestlers 4 straight pins 3 in the first period. ., : City .17 5.ewd Y "
have been to performing before Pierce ...r..v I McDu lCl'. pin at 147, but lost 4 of. the 101- J. BriOeael. 111I) wen forfeit lOb double
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hometown fans. Bresee, who Is 3-1 at 170 and 187.with tact 8 match and the 116 ANTHONY WILLIAMS (a.Y.Ckereurn-S,
With .the first four matches of the the lone loss at Lake City, both have Spins .Saturday Dec. 18 the Tornadoes go UHopkins. (M>WM ....,... Us- Moor (M>Jto
1982-83 season being on the road the heading into the Forest match. ? back to Middleburg for the Bronco Jones 0:1,111- Newell (M) ... Luke ST-s. le>
tournament That will be MICHAEL McDurrnc: pia MODI' I:..*....
Tornado grapplers have heard cheers Thornton in the unlimited class is 4-0 r !'s Christmas Bullwd (H) wen forfeit, ITS- Moore (M) pin. 'K.
only from their teamates and loyal but has wrestled just once, winning by their Jut action before the new year. WrtfK tll. !..TEDDY BRESEB: : (B) pin PeUy
moms, dads, and friends. disqualification at Lake City. In the In'" JV action last week Tommy l.-SS.MBCslkmny That changes Thursday Dec 16. No Ih ; : 1.1i1. ; Parker and Bartow Lee had victoriesLabagaI..dU DONALD THORNTON.B) wen forfeit. .;
other 3 bouts he won by forfeit.1st "t. ;
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long ride on a school bus that night year wrestler Anthony Williams ,, ":; '!\ ,;,, :( {r/'tl., t4:; for BUS against Lake City. ':..
The Tornadoes host Ocala Forest at 7 is coming on strong at 122 pounds. He .'I'i., .' \\)..:i\i.:\ rti Wr...tag Schedule VBHS

p.m. for a JV varsity wrestling captured a win by pin at Lake City { } f. \r : 44 ....*... 32
match at the Tornado gym. and then won a 12-4 decision at Mid- {'II ; ,:' I" : ?i!
; ./. doubts forfeit, II- TOM PIERCE (B) pia Oelneevtne M BHS 24 .
BHS enters the match with just' a 1-3 dleburg to square his personal recordat .\ p 1 .. McDonald :n.ANTHONY WILLIAMS(B)pta .*. CIfJ II ... as VMMeUbwrg ;,
record, dropping 3 straight since sur 22. .. ." -".. L i. 'tlembreS: 1JI Eldnlidwfw: )pin Wright 47 BHS 34
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Palatka in the matchof :W. US-CURTIS
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the year. The Tornadoes lost to win loss, and draw thus far. 147-poander It seems nobody wants Steady as a rock at 119 pin
a a Kenny FIX(B)pin fiwouu 1:08: ,1S7-HInton LC)(toe.K. Dec. I* at Mtddteewrg tourney.
Lake City 38-33 and Middleburg 47-34 Wright is 1-2 at 170 and Sam Tyson MICHAEL MCDUFFIE'Is to wrestle young is TOM FIERCE with a wrIght 1M.MS-Harris <( last week. 1-3 at 222. not only unbeaten heavyweight DONALD .... mark and :3 p.... He LCqo EarlY I:"tD Ollv.r Le) qq S.T Jen.
But three Tornadoesseniors THORNTON.. He's 4-0 lead the :.team In.pins mn :U. Uallma.d DONALD THORM'ON IB) 14 at Buchhefa ;
In the loss at Middleburg the Tornadoes he's won all 4 matches .
Read by dlsq ..... II SANTA PE (H) .
Michael McDuffie and Tom Pierce, gave away the 101,108, and 129 by pin, only once going but has 3 victories by last ....on. jv -.... 1311oo Baldwin (ILl Shsnks 1M.: ..... 26 at teker -J<
and sophomore Donald Thornton- pound divisions. One returning past period 1. forfeit. 1.Ellsworth\ >W.Smith ins pIn.-Lutmr(L) Pea. 1 at lake Weir
will be sporting undefeated individual starter, Timmy Nugent, was lost just pin Mem 1:0: ,111Io-n-nu KIDa(::3D IN-

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j .... .. remember as the winner of the 220 yard dash in last year's Bradford Invitational. ... Still speaking of the preps, the first regular season state basketball
3 Titles \ rankings were released last week, and surprisingly Just one team on the
Buddy J ., All Riven did last week wad motor for 218 yards and both Kowboy Tornado schedule received votes. Gainesville High,which BHS plays at GHS
touchdowns as Kissimmee stopped Palatka's 26-game winning streak.. Friday night I received votes last week in the 3A poll, which is topped bCrestview. )};

.n....L..rt1 \ In class 2A, it'll be two powerhouses unbeaten and top-ranked Clewlston Kissunmee, and Tampa Catholic. *'.t
On L ins kf" ..... (13-0) and 12-1 Montlcello-Jefferson Co.colliding at Monticello. Monticello In AAA Gainesville Buchhols and Eastslde, who will both be competitionfor
Collings J super-fullbaek James Massey ((6-0, 2(0) went over 6,000 yards in his careeras BHS come district tourney time, are ranked numbers four and sbf
the Tigers romped past Newberry 44-6 thanks to 11 Panther fumbles, but respectively. Defending champ Ocala Vanguard is number seven, with its
Clewiston Is said to have a tremendously balanced ballclub... lone loss 4A-top ranked Martin County and Ocala Forest number 5 in 3A.
In 2A BoUes of Jacksonville is third,and Hawthorne,which welcomes back

Friday 'i... .Speaking of playoffs, in the recent Alabama state championship all 5 starters, is number four.
l game, Berry and Enterprise played to a 10-10 tie and were declared co-. In the girls rankings, GUS is the honorable mention'category in 3A...

Sports Editor. ,1 ,,champions. That would also be the case in Florida. if two, teams tied" ,In the.ti "
tie game, they would share the championship.... ... Preseason wrestling rankings had 'defending state champ Live Oak

J.. .. Suwannee ranked number one in class AAA, Just ahead of Naples Lely. 8
...In the Ohio championship game, 42,000 watched at Ohio St. as national, ,..' starters return for Lely.- Brandon was chosen number one In 4A, with
One Florida prep football championship has been wrapped up-with BelleGlades Cincinnati Moeller won yet another state (and unofflcal na Panama City Mosley number two...
Day ((10-3) topping Baker High ((10-3)) of the panhandle 9-3 for the juggernaut by whipping Massillon Washington 35-14.., -

class A title last week- and three others will be on the line Friday night as ... And South Broward (33-0)), Tampa Catholic, Ft..Pierce John Carroll
the high school season in Florida ends with three championship games .In Georgia fabled Valdosta High, ranked number two behind Moeller inthe .(28-5),and Tampa Preparatory (32-3) are the newly crowned girls volleyball

around the state.Pensacola USA Today poll edged Atlanta Peachtree 14-7,for the 4A title last Saturday .. champs in class 4A through 1A.
Woodham ((13-0), ranked number 4 in the country by USA Today night in i Valdosta.) .. The highest placing area squad was class 2A Interlaehen (17-7), which
and Miami Christopher Columbus (12-1) tangle in the 4A title game in :reached the semifinals before falling to John Carroll in 2 games. Santa Fe

Pensacola.In ... In bowl action at Monticello Baker Cou ty'.Wildcats were beaten 42-28 :W-3) which won the 5-AAA district our Lady Tornadoes competed in.lost tp.
the 3A game surprising Kissimmee (10-2), which beat undefeated St. by Marianna in the Pecan Bowl. laverness-Citrus (24-1)) in the regional round...
Cloud for its district title and since has whipped a trio of playoff foes including -' Baker, which finished the season 7-4 to Marianna's 10-1, couldn't stop the'

top-ranked Palatka (12-1) 14-7 last week, plays at Titusville (11-2). passing of Bulldog quarterback Jerome Wilson. Wilson completed 21 of 31 .... Buchhols is expected to have one of the best AAA basketball teams Inhe -.
That game matches Kissimmee's diminutive Lorenzo "Chicken" Rivers, a passes for three touchdowns and 300 yards, and also ran for one score.: .' ,': state this year, and figures to have no problem in the future competing at) I
58,138 pound dart who has rushed for 1,870 yards and 26 TD's this season, Two points of interestingly: 1)) both te ri1s.will'drOp down to 2A next :the 4A level.The Bobcat freshman team of last year coached by a Bradford; <
against the Terrier duo of 1,000 yard rushers: multi-talented fullback Gerald season, and 2) Marianna was the only team to beat Monticello in the regular boy. Jay Godwin, finished 19-1 last season. ; !
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1 Music Men Venture to Lake Worth for State. Flag Tourney' FLORILAND REALTY .

Starke's championship men's flag Chandler, split two games at state. Associates. A win there would thrust Music Men at the District tourney. 964.7700
football team-the Music Men-hope This weekend the more experiencedlocal Music Men into a 2:15: winner's
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the third time is a charm when it team hopes for even better bracket game against either the Tempi .
comes to the state tournament.Two things as it travels to Lake Worth in Lindenberger Electric Volts of Plnel ..leeoue Stendlngs Vernle P. Odom Broker GRI

years ago Music Men made its Palm Beach County for state 1982. Melbourne or the Night Moves of Music Men' M .i. D. Odom. Jr. Associate "" ."76, Eve.
first state appearance and was The Music Men will be leaving for Palm Springs. .'. O'Steen Roberta 7-3
winless. Then last year the speedy Lake Worth Friday and staying over 32 teams are in the state tourna- Macclenny Streaks 7-3 it Christines Special*
ballclub one that relies on a ball- night. They open at 11:30 Saturday ment, including two-time Florida Macclenny Motor Parts 5-5 I BR Furnished Home Per......Cell Today
hawking defense and wide-open passing morning against the Ft. Myers champ Resincraft of Jupiter, and Norman's Farm 2-8 -17 Plus Acres.Creded reed.secluded.: S1MO per ecre.M .
attack fuelded by QB Chris district champ South Florida Chestnut's of Gainesville which u.ti Macclenny Super Stars'; 0.10 % Ac. Bldg. let-Country Club area. (5SOO.

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The Bradford Jr. Pee Wees,' pic- downfield. Kelsey Thomas 'scored two scores of their own to get the vic- time, when speedy Lance Wiggins .1'OfI.... en US-301.
tured last week as champs of the from 18 yards out to pull Bradford tory. took in the ball and raced 65 yards to .% ACRE to 1% ACRE LOTS Priced to sell. 12500 to
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have it winning the title in that The Knights added another TD (in kick, and moments later Lance Wig- The Knights responded by driving 12X.JS .
postseason easy Pop Warner football the second period to put their advan- gins scampered 25 yards for a TD to back to the Cowboy 15 with 58 secondsto ACRES With US-MI. f.........
tage back up to 13-6. pull the local Jr. Pee Wees to within a go.But Hampton,on the spot again, .S ACRESi with 474 ft. en US-MI.
game. point at 1312. picked off an interception. LOT 15- Block 30 Hlghrldge IE....... Zoned for MH.
Venice recovered an onsides kick But Hampton came up with a fum- The Cowboys held the ball as family OLDER 2-STORY .home In need .. ...,.rt.. Owner will

on the opening kickoff and took the ble recovery to keep the Cowboys With the game and pressure becom- coaches and players counted hold _........ .
ball right in to score. They added the alive, and Gerald Bradham blocked, always ing tighter and tighter, the Cowboy down the clock, and as helmets and FOR GRACIOUS LIVING One ef lto"' .'. landmarkhomes.
extra point to grab a 7-0 lead. "Johnny on the Spot", a defense, led by Wesley White, Ken- tears.hit the field the Jr.. Pee Wees 436 No. Walnut S,.

But the Cowboys bowed their necks, Knight pass. neth Norman, Shane Ward, Larry had their bowl victory.. CONCRETE BLOCK 3 McI,..,... 2 herd. Well built
and scored a quick TD of their own. At halftime it was obvious the Griffin and Andy Goodowns put the .The celebration continued into the icier ho_. H. nke yard
Gale Hampton returned the kickoff Cowboys would have to get stronger. clamps on the Venice team again. night, with trophy presentation askating Rentals
25 yards and the Cowboys fought for They came back in the second half Forcing Venice to punt, the party,and chatter most of the .Available. Nov. lit Cott.. $10 par me. Pint end
yardage on the ground as they moved and stopped the Knights and addedTelephone Cowboys went in front for the first night about how the game was won. lest months rent, plus deposit.

I Legal Notices fC\ 1 1 f5\. ""' 111<\ :", u frnrfrrvfr k I

t OF ACTIONTO :ClvJ-fc'. I.Igh..t'ond 'best bidder for written statement of any a* sherlH of Bradford Dolph E. Reddish.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT : 904-333-4403 Dolph E. Reddlah.Sh.rIH. NOTICE '1A :.fI.!',icoh; at,the.hour of 12:00 .claim. or demand they may County, Florida under SherlH.
12/09 .
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 2tchg.2/6 Bradford County ..TATfS'S.W.VfckUNITED ".1 -S o'dodcNoon January 4,' have. Each claim must be tIn i i and by virtu. of Writ of 12/16 4tchg 1/6
Florida : '
I FLORIDA PROBATE NOTICEOF CHARLES STRICKLAND AMERICA t11Wir."J: ">1993 at the front door ..,-. writing, and must..In.dlcate :Execution to-wlt:
1 DIVISION 12/09 4lehg 12/30 the bails 'for the 'l NOTICE IFICTITIOUS
Issued out
Residence Unknown PlantiH .. tronc.'o1.; J the Bradford Execution
Fir.No.82-91-CP SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICEOF VS ,.' :1y'|County..,Courthouse ofStork. claim, the- name and address of County Court of Bradford NAMESTATUTE
> Division 1.3437 INTENTIONTO YOU ARE NOTIFIED LEE JENKINS and .. Florida.* of the creditor or his County Florida pursuant --

Notice hereby given REGISTER that an action for BLANCHE JENKINS,' Dotttd: November 17. agent or attorney and the to a Final Judgment
IN Rl: ESTATE OF that" I I. Dolph E. Reddiih, at FICTITIOUS NAME DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE his wlf. amount claimed. H the for George Wort- Notice I I. hereby given
LLOYD LAVERNE DYAL Sheriff of Bradford County, has been filed Defendants. .1902.Richard L.Cox Jr. claim Is not yet due. the .bough of' Starke.. that the undersigned pursuant
Deceased: Florida und.r and by virtue Pursuant to Section and are required to United States Marshal date when It will become Florida, and against to the "Fictitious
of Writ of Execution. 865.09.. Florida Statut., you a of'your NOTICE!OF SALE .:M1c dI.D1.Mctof Florida .;...should be stated,H the Michael Kirkland and Name Statute." being Section .
serve copy ,
NOTICEOF to-wIt: notice Is h.r.by given that written def_... If ''Bernard Mdendoni:... : clo.lm N| contingent or unitf Galle Kirkland .defer-' B6S.09, Florida
,, any
ADMINISTRATION Execution 'Istued out the undersigned ARCHIE;' /to' It art petitioner' Notice Is h.i hygiv.t'that \i );V Assistant. = United. State* .:'wf.. ;.. .,!doted the nature of the :dante hi the amount of.S6 Statutes, will register with
of Circuit' Court of Union' LEE WESTFALL.sole or (joint]i'> 'LEATHA S. STRICKLAND ,, pursuant to. a- Final{. >Attorney-Attorney' for. *i:.'>>.t.Iitncertolnty'shall, b. / 2.39 together with the Clerk of the Circuit
Th. administration of County. Florida pursuant owner doing business,, P., O.; Box 213. lawtey, Judg.m.nt .nt.rd'on': : ,Plaintiff. styled, |If the claim.Issecured cosh of collection. Court In and for Bradford
the estate of LLOYD to a Final Judgement for under, the firm name of., Florida 32038 ,on or November 9, 192 by theabove a 12/074tdi 12/23 the security: shall i Have selied. and haveIn County, Florida upon
LAVERNE DYAl deceased James Catkins, d/b/a CRAWFORD TIRE GARAGE,: .before December 28. entitled Court In the, : be described. The claimant my possession the receipt of proof of publication -
8291CP 'Is 2163 N. Temple ,Ave.: '' : of this the f ktltlous .
File O'St..n and Gasklns | 1982" and file th. above styled cause. the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'; '.hall deliver suHlclent following described personal notice
pending In the Circuit Chemical Supply and Fer Starka, Florida 32091 Intends -:: original with the clerk of undersigned United State*;, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY ca_ of the claim to the I property to-wil: name of:
Court for Bradford County, tlllzers, and against to register' said fictitious ; ,this court either before Marshal or any of his duly FLORIDAPROBATEDIVISION .clerk to enable the clerk to 1975 Dodge 4-dr. I.D. No. LAKE CNEVROLET-OLOS,

Florida. Probate Division, Thomas Hamilton and name under' the ,..rvlc. on petitioner or authorized deputies. ,.will; mall one copy to each ,.,. DH4IK3O122473. Tag No. under which the undersigned
the address of which Is afor.soW.totut..,, \ will be engaged In
laTretle Hamilton his sell the property situate In, ,CASE NO.t2-9Cf anal' representative.. XJB4B7.As .
'Immediately th.reot"'t. ;
Bradford County Cour- and Dated this 6th day of All .bu.I"". In the City of
wlf.: Jimmy Hamilton ''otherwise Bradford County.,Florida,' ... Fill NO. 1-343* persons In.'sornsd the property of the'
a (
thou... P. O. Drawer I"'Stark. Dorothy Louise Hamilton December. 1982, A.D. In be entered forth described as: .. In the estate to.whom. above named defendant Sterke, Florida.

., Florida 32091, Th. his wife;'ond Z. W. (Zedra) Bradford. County. Florida..., relief demanded- the A parcel of land lying In' IN, RE: .. .copy of this Notice and that on Monday, the The party Interested in

names and addresses of ,Hamilton and Elmo 12/09.tpcl12/3CJ. .... .petition. the SW % of SW % of Section ESTATE OF .. of Administration has been 10th day of January. the above-named business
t4-.'' personal representative Hamilton his wife. Individually NOTICE. WITNESS my hand and 22. Township South, ATTILA O..TOTN: ;. mailed Or. required, 193 at one o'clock on Is lake Chevrolet-.

and the personal ( and Hamilton OF INTENTIONTO 'the seat of this Court.on Range 22 East,' In Starka, ,Dec--.d, WITHIN THREE MONTHS sold day an the premised Oldsmoblle. Inc.
representative's attorney Farms, a partnership' REGISTER l November 18, 1982., 'Bradford County: Florida: ; 'FROM THi DATE OF TILE 4of; the Bradford County Dated at Jacksonville.
are set forth below. 'defendants. In the amount fiRST PUBLICATION OF Florida this 16th day of
FICTITIOUS NAME .GLIBERT S. BROWN said parcel being more NOTICE Jail I will offer far sale
All Interested persons $18,314.01 tog.'h.rwlthco.ts i Clerk of the Court particularly described'; es. OF ADMINISTRATION THIS NOTKI. to file any and sell to the highest D.c.rnb.r,1902. .
are required to file with of collection Pursuant to S. tlon' sly teuton M.Moody follows:' objection( that they may bidder for cash In hard LAKE CHEVROLETOIDSMOWIE. .
this-court, WITHIN THREE pled and haveIn at have that INC
Have Commence the ALL challenge 'the
the described
865.09,: Florida Statute*,., Deputy TO PERSONS pro-
MONTHS OF, THE FIRST my possession ,,the notice Is hereby given that 11.tc 12/16 Southwest corner of said HAVING CLAIMS OR validity of the Decedonfs, .pony of Mid defendan' By:Henry H.Graham, Jr.
PUBLICATION OF THIS following described personal the undersigned, JOHN kV Section 22 and run Easterry. -' DEMANDS',AGAINST THI will, the qualifications of, te satisfy. the aforesaid Vice President
NOTICE: (1)) all claims property to-wit: CURLES E LYNN CHANCEY, NOTICE along the Southerly ABOVE' ESTATT AND'.AU the personal I represent:, Execution. ATTEST:H.W.ShoddIll,

against the estate and ((2)) 1969 David Brown sole or (Joint.owners, doing FICTITIOUS NAME boundary thereof. :39.45 'OTHER. PERSONS INTERESTED tanve. or the venue or Sec.tary1211UtcItog106
any objection( by an .Interested Tractor $.N.990A-488068; ',business under'the firm ; LAWNOTICE feet, more or .less, to the M THE ESTATE. : jurisdiction of the court.
person to whom 1974 Allls Chalmers Diesel name of C C E C MIN Easterly boundary of Old YOU All HEREBY All CLAIMS,
notice was mailed that Tractor, S.N. 1709031D: STORAGE. 1640 South HEREBY Lowly Rood; thence North' NOTIFIED, :met the administration DEMANDS.: AND OBJECTIONS :- -r.f --w - -
challenges the validity of, John Deera Tractor Model! Walnut Streat. Stark., GIVEN THAT;: THE UNDERSIGNED 0OT East, along said .. the.estate NOT SO FILED WILL 1'I Lowering Interest Rates

the will the qualifications 4320 S.N. 329238: ; 1976 Florida 32091 Intends to r desiring to Easterly. boundary 790 feet of ATTILA'O..; TOTH .U FOREVER. SAMED. May Trigger l.alatfolwy. WlsaJy
of the personal I representative Formal! Tractor, Model engage In business at 5164Shawiond
register said fictitious to the Northerly boundary d.c.e..d, ;c.eee'.r. Date of the first
Nowlevery j
venue. or $jurisdiction 140, S.N. 59173r 1978 Ford name und.r the aforesaid : Rood In the city of the right of way of Don '2-93-CP, .File Number publication. of this Notice Buy ,
of the court. Pickup;, S.N< of Jacksonville. County of,, Street thence North ef Administration. 16
AU CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS F13HNCAS630.: Tog. No.; statute. 1 Duvat and state of Florida B9T39 no East along sold North 1-343 .to pending In the December 192. Irkh 3/1.. Delewsed.t......... ..?.."....
NOT SO FILED WILL DPS 333; 1978 Ford Pickup. Dated this. 30th' day of under the name .rlt boundary. 300 feet Circuit Court far Bradford. EUGENIBENKO '..,.......I.I wwJhdp.aw.......,...:...S46.MMWtMek
II FOREVER BARRED.Publication FI4HNGC8813, Tog November. A.D.,' 902. In "SYSCOOULFATlANTiqFOOD c-tr. Plodder; Probes.Dlvl.lan 'large ban..l*..........+..i.,5ffi,100(3up.t ,
,Starfce, Florida. to point of b.gkmkp.From' : ,. the::eddree* ofwhkhtePostQffkekVMB. ,Personal Representative hells. ,,
of this Notlc. No. EWM :339 SEKVKESV Intends of flws'desalb.d. ef ( Bw9OTv a. 1 Im manicured '
beginning t4Esks.ef
has begun on.Dec..ber. As the property of the 12/024khg, 12/23 .to register said name with point North ,. ,AttlHe-r -- ,O.Torn.Deceased errs...........i.,... .....,........ ,........121.I. ."**.
09. 19S2. obov. d.f.ndonts.d that IN THE CIRCUIT COURT i the Clerk of the CI 1tco..t B9W East,WHIIHmHw slang sold No*' ;Stake, Florida 330,U The ,Attorney' for... I 'Sp.doa Jogle wide en acre.tee o.. ......S2S.9** ;
end of the
Personal' Representative.THEOK.DYAL on Monday;the 3rd day of Of BRADFORD COUNTY : of Bradford County. therfy boundary 741.59 fee 1 nom address .jitwOWHIRKHAROlWmY-.w-tetlve I I: I ,, __.. ttwBnnTA. w7srvm parch, ,Nat Call
January.' 1963 .at 'on. FLORIDA.. .' Michael Nichols: to. the Westerly boundary, .:personei.representativ_ lOt forth 5 : .I ..........Of.,..... ,.r.iru! .,",..........,.$..,..w }j

Rt. 1. sox 328 o'clock on said day on the CIVIL ACTION .Assistant' secretary of the. right of we, of a. =..y" ,.. ., 994 N.Temple_

Brook;, Florida 32642, premises'of th. Bradford NO.B7-4S3: Sysco Corporation. Street: thence North 7VT' '. .P.O.Bea99S ,;
Attorney y for County Jail. I will offer for 12/09: 4tchg 12/23: East, along MId Westerly *'All parson hake Starke. Florida 33091C04) .N I...."' ... \
'claim or d......sgpk.stNa ,
,Personal 1 Representative: ''sale and tell to the highest the of .. -- 'u ',... ... '* ,
tIt re mo"1oge UNITED STATES boundary 102.03'f ..tete I....... ) 94.M080. .g MtC, a ,,
.James Wlldt V.Walker Quesada, .andWolko. the bldd.r above.for described cash In hand.property LEATHA S.STRICKLAND' DISTRICT COURT mence South, BTW, West ,WITHIN THRU MONTHS / 3tchg 12/23, Roh.raf uS.rsfflweSa...".
Wife I 92.26 hot Nt.noa,South0'or '
said defendants )
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of and '' :
10t _
< ;f.Iyto'point ;PUBLICATION .iOP THIS.........._ .
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2320ItdopsndatSquar. satisfy the'aforesaid Ex CHARLES STRICKLAND: HORIDA.JACKSONV1UI. of baglri In" 'IALI .......... ce.:
Jacksonville, 'Florida 32202 ecution. Husband DMSON', of public outc'Y: .. ...' NOTKIr te file. with the 'k.(j ttetfca It hereby given1 Lv: .' ," ,"
..CowtNo..81,1)35-) --"' _"""': .....""' '1?'! \ ,clerk. -of the. .eove... Court. ,that,. Dolph C. ddIeh.1 -

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t' .:J.i a.I ,! Is Tlllle the TellerRhonda Norman) from the Florida State Bank float which won third place in the Judging. Tracy Aljets and Jackson Prevltt! hold.onto the J."revaU parade.twins, Brandon and Jason as they wall ror their first

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is ;(', Bradford commissioners were invited i
i to see the new outside stairs at Discor
the county jail when they asked how
:< .r the project was coming.
JS Sheriff Dolph Reddish said the new
\ metal stairs are completed but a
11 door is still awaited. The stairs were
built by an inmate crew from Florida
State Prison working under the
maintenance supervisor Joe Stephen-
:if; son.
Lack of a fire escape from the second -
floor of the jail was the major I
I I') criticism among a dozen shortcomings Florida Gold !
1/.' in a critical fire safety report
issued by the office of the state fire
'I', marshal in May and July.
Sheriff Reddish told the commission
in early October his staff had
I done all it could to remedy the fire
II safety violations,and the commission
would have to help do the rest.
"I An agreement to spend some
$13,000 on the jail was made between
, 'f the commission and the sheriff. Ex- The Money Market Accountthai's
I I pense of the fire escape was cut by using -
ti .I I prison labor, including an inmate
: who is a welder and the expertise of
:1' Joe Stephenson.
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I | In other action at the Dec. 6 better than -
I meeting, the commission:
I *
Was thanked by 4-H'er Tommy
J I Balkcom for supporting the county 4'
11 ? 4-H Ham and Hog project. The 411r. \* f Merrill
: program reaches over 500 youngsters Lynch's

r.,' per year, according to 4-11. .

I I Took under consideration an offer '
for the Red Cross Chapter of Bradford :
: I I County to merge with the Duval Coun- : I. Assets Trust J
ty Red Cross Chapter. O.A. (Buck) ,?
: .Woolox executive director of the _
(, Duval Chapter for 18 years,made the
I offer. Woolox pointed out the Bradford -
Q.4' chapter has no paid staff while
Duval Chapter has a paid staff of 16.

Ten years ago the Duval Chapter' 2% than Assets. No matter which fees. And best of all
1 1'' merged with Clay County and six Pays more Ready wayyou access brokerage ,
1., ,' ,months ago consolidated with Nassau Deposit $2.500 or more in your Florida Gold, your your money is no'farther away

4 and The Baker merger counties.requires the approval Florida Gold Money Market ;, money keeps earning than your neighborhood Florida

I : of the local governing agency, the Account and earn 2%' money until the trans Bank office.Your money is there

,I county commission. .The Bradford more than whatever fer or withdrawal when you need it.
Chapter was chartered in 1920 by the
: : U.S. Congress.Three Ready order is completed.

volunteers from Bradford Assets is ,.1,,," That means true
Special Offer A Gold
would be appointed to the Duval
: ,board of directors'which meets mon- payingthrough ., \ 1 liquidity with no Cross ""
oily Woolox said. '" loss of interest.
: Florida Gold Account with a
Rode around the county looking at March 14th. .', 4 :,.,. oaE'::' % Free checking. depositotS5.000ormoretromm
several drainage tort then onwe'll / "
problems brought "
fJ. ,116" competitor receive
Instant credit. any :
the attention of board members by ,7'i,
residents. The board will consider pay %% I., ': Invest in Florida Gold a handsome gold Cross
closing the Woodlawn Church Road in more than i' free (retail value: approximately -
and NOW Plus
you get
the Lawtey area which has no houseson Ready Assets. ii '
it,and selling the land back to ad- ;(/ checking that won't cost you apenny. $20).A golden reason
jacent property owners. The portion Great bonus. ? ; This means added flexibility to move your money market
I .donated by Rayonier. Inc. will be Great incentive. H
, "" funds to Florida Bank
given back to the timber company. since you can qualify for
The road closing will have to be, I But there's more.
$25.000 instant credit. Never
advertised. .,., up .
i .., Unlimited access with Tillie. ; : an overdraft..And when you need Higher rates. Plus a lot more.

""I ;;"' -Agreed with Road Foreman Leon Use your Florida Gold Card and to borrow money; just write Come to Florida Bank and ..

r .r shoulders Ellington's of suggestion the Graham to fill bridge in the on you can withdraw up to $200 a, '.yourself a loan. invest in the great Florida Gold

I SR-18 where water has eroded before day from your Florida Gold Money Market Account. Earn

, a real drainage problem occurs. I Money Market Account. In fact, ,Call toll-free for information. It's the Ready Assets rate plus
'I with Tillie have unlimited easy to find out your daily Florida
I Agreed to the federal you 2% NOW and continue
pay government -
!,: $7,500 for the now unused county access to your money market .Gold rate Just call us toll- earning a ratehigher I
civil defense building. The first request -' f free1800FGAGOLD
Ir was for$12,000. account=24 hours a dayall
I across this great state. Just insert ;-for a quote, Or

;i Free Butter Dry Milky the card touch a few buttons and y check the Ready

=1 To Go Out Dec. 16-17, your Florida Gold transaction is Assets rate in your

}I USDA donated butter and dry milk complete.. Wall Street Journal
I will be distributed Thursday and FrI- and add our bonus
day. Instant cash.True liquidity .
'Outreach Center of the Suwannee, When you Invest in Florida Gold

I' ., River Distribution Economic locations Council are Inc: you have access to your money in FDIC insured. No brokerage

i The RJE School Center. 1030 Pine a variety pi ways. Unlike Ready fee. More.convenience. At than
r *St.The,Starke Pleasant from 8:30: a.m. -4:30 p.m Assets you can walk in to your 'Florida Bank the risk free Ready Assets '

Church annex, at Speedville.Grove Baptist near, ? ; Florida Bank hand us a withFlorida Gold Account is insured LATER. Get all the I

i .,Dec.Keystone Heights, today (Thursday *,,4 drawal order and we'll give you'up"$100.000' by the FDIC.That's advantages of a Ready II
16) 9 a.m.- ,
Hampton City 4:30p.m"Hall.: Friday. Dec f cash'on the spot You don't have important protection brokerage Assets Trust plus a lot more.With

13, 9 a.m. -4 p,m. A to wait for check, to clear ,,firms can't offer..There are no Florida Gold.
Freewill Baptist Church at, .
: '.' J '.. h
Lawtey/ Thursday and ; r
,.,1e-1Ti; 9 a.m.S:30: p.m. Friday' Dec.. For information and dally: ,.rate ,quote, call the Florida Gold Hot-Line: 1-800-FGA-GOLD : 'j
,,. for receiving the special'.commodities : ,: : "r"
: are:
'11" -Income level as used by the Food .. L- ':' "",Oo I ': .
Stamp ,
:fcTo all Senior Citizens age'60 and ,". ':
-:over, regards of income leveL; t ( :. '
.j" i-T0 Food Stamp recipients., .. >i Great State. Great People. Great Bank
J JTo .
level unemployed. regardless of in-, ., .
cone a' ,1 '
t (*(Those WhG.bave already received t.i Florida Bank.lenerion'st. Clam. street Starke.Florida 32091.( )964-7050 .
'$ dry milk wfti DOt have to apply again., t tr. t r -"
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", & sJptan application. 1
""il.bedr; asked to bring some'b .
i aUon.such as a Social {l-; .. I ret082 FlorIda Nasomul Bono of Flottdd lire I .shoe/tedelOf rpuIol4crA p.rohlblt depoelbry trontutbne obIIgallng ItIemaeMM to pay any InleI'M J\rto: or employ any method o.t calculation o.t an
"' ,,, tyFood'8tsmp. or Medicaid ; In.r.M rule on thII ocoouU bra period greater lhanone month the late: ontNi accoul1repriced/. dally.The bank reeervee are tlghllo negotiate pie on depoeIl\WhIch exceed the FDIC II\1IuNd imatoronfundrwhkhbylawmu4Moollatoplred
'C1Ice.Siromlnrnwrnawag-bato required. Gold C'OII' nolbrpoodBuaWhJan.31.1083.
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I .Worldwide oil glut pushes gas supplies up, sends prices- down j ..

months. Such differing factors as a scenarios that people In the U.S. selling for $1.39. for $1.23 per gallon and high-test for gallon and unleaded for $1.22 per gal
ByMarkFrledlin tanker being delayed at its loading would be able to break their glut- The Cargo station sells it regular $1.33 per gallon.
BCT Staff Writer facilities In the Persian Gulf or even tonous habits build smaller more efficient gas for$1.18 per gallon unleaded goes The Handy Way on Hwy. 100 sellsregular
Gasoline prices an economic in- some new war breaking out can cars and find an amazing for $1.21 per gallon andsupremeh1ghtest The Pepo station on Hwy. 301 sells for $1.13 per gallon and
dicator that adeetl just about change the situation around in a mat- variety of ways to cut down on their ) is on sale for$1.29 regular for $1.13 per gallon, unleadedis unleaded for $1.20 per gal. '-
these days, since the Arab ter of weeks." usage of energy In general. We've per gallon. set at$1.20 per gallon and high-test
Oil everyone Embargo Jolted the ,Issue into Davis said he expects the stable en- thrown a monkey wrench in their At the self-serve pumps at the local sells for$1.29 per gal. Starke's Citgo station has regularon
American's lives back in 1974, are vironment for gas prices to continue plans, that's for sure." convienience stores In Keystone, Water's Exxon station sells their sale for $1.13 per gallon and
holding steady as a recent poll of area because the one single overwhelming Price also cautions that the situation regular is on sale for $1.17 per gallon regular for $1.12 per gallon, unleaded unleaded goes for $1.20 per gal. 7
stations indicates. factor in the price situation at the present is unpredictable In the extreme, and unleaded is posted at $1.20 per goes for$1.19 per gallon and hightestsells
gas Thanks to a worldwide oil glut that time is the glut. but says the change in lifestyles is for gallon.In for$1.28 per> gallon. Although most local dealers exf-;
continues to make a mockery of the The OPEC oil ministers posted real. Starke's Tenneco station has pected any ne wprice increase to occur
best efforts of the oil sheiks and their their last big increase in early 1879 "The figures speak for themselves Lake Duller prices are much the regular on sale for $1.13 per gallon in the summer months, most
cartel to raise prices U.S. oil com- when they raised the prices on oils of our imported oil use has declined same. and unleaded at $1.20 per gal.. repeated that there is no proven way
panies have continued to hold the line all grades an average of 26 percent.But because they priced themselves at the At the Citgo station regular is on The Lil Champ convenience store in of telling what the prices are going to
themselves and the results have the strategy backfired. Soon oil top of the scale," he said. "Naturallythat sale for $1.13 per gallon and unleaded Starke on Hwy. 301 sells regular for be like for any appreciable time in advance -
shown up at the local level. on the "spot market" where prices encouraged everyone to seek sells for$1.20.9 per gallon. $1.13 per gal. and unleaded for $1.21. .
The price of all three grades of reflect what the market will bear, lower priced alternatives and It still Welth's Gulf station has regular on per gallon.
gasoline, regular, unleaded and high- began tumbling. The reasons were le." sale for $1.28 per gallon, unleaded on In between Keystone Heights and "Boy if you couId'lind a way of
test, have dropped a little over two simple. Saudis Arabia, the world's Another factor that Is contributing sale for $1.30 per gal. and premium Starke on Hwy. 100 Edward's predicting that you'd be rich in .a,
cents in the past two and a half mon- single biggest oil producer,and a con- slightly to the stablility of prices is the unleaded, which is the most expen- Grocery sells regular for $1.15-per hurry,. one station attendent said. :
ths. This is a trend that should con tinuing, If somewhat testy friend of renewed efforts of American oil com- sive grade now available,for$1.39 per
tinue, although predicting in this the U.S. who supplies us with just panies to expand domestic production gallon. ,
game is notoriously uncertain."I over 20 percent of our oil, held the lid process encouraged by former At John's 76 station in Lake Bulter,
wish I knew what theyprices) on attempts by more radical President Carter's decision to regular sells for $1.29 per gallon Far The Holidays ,
are going to do- but no-one really members of the cartel to keep prices deregulate domesticly produced oil,a' unleaded goes for $1.32 per gal. and
seems to know ,right now," says high by simply outproducing them. move which brought the price of oil high-test Is on sale for $1.36 per *
Starke Shell Station Owner Carl "T'The Saudis are smart and gas in the U.S. up close to price gallon. Christmas CookiesPlain
businessmen with huge amount of levels experienced in most of the rest At Robert's Chevron station
Hurst. "I think the oil glut is the big- a regularis
gest thing holding them down right money but also with bigger and big- of the western world.A on sale for$1.24 per gallon, unleaded & Fancy Even Pfeffernuesse and Springerles g
now but we've had plenty of periods ger bills to pay each year as they con- i sells at $1.31.9 per gallon and high-
like this before when demand tinue their development program," Look at Area Gas Prices test is marked at $1.36 per gallon.Shadd's Fruit Cakes
slackened off and prices went soft and Davis said. "They know its is in their
then something happened on the best interest to keep all factors Gas prices at local gas stations Shell station sells regular ,. .
market and they went up again. The steady, both demand and supply." have declined an average of two to for $1.17 per gallon at its self service No Citrus or Peel =
two cent decrease over the past two Many experts think America's two-and-a-half cents over the past pumps and unleaded sells at $1.22 per .v' vY Yo r
months really doesn't tell you much, changing lifestyles have had as muchto three months and our informal survey gal. *
except that the supply is good right do with the recent stable prices as indicated this may continue, but also Lake Bolter's Cargo station sells Holiday Stollen .
now. any other single factor. showed the indecision among dealers.In '
Another source, L.B. Davis, who is Professor Richard Price of the Keystone Heights, Charlie's unleaded regular for $1.14 per gallon. and *
a spokesman for the Petroleum in- University of Florida Business Shell station on Lawrence Blvd. is for $1.22.9 per gallon.At Cookie Assortment J
stitute, an industry promotional School says Americans have selling regular gas for $1.27 per Lake Bulter's Swanee Swifty
organization with an office in "drastically' changed their living gallon. Unleaded goes for $1.32 per Store, regular sells for $1.13 per *
Jacksonville, says the outlook for styles to reflect what he calls the gallon and high-test sells for$1.39 per gallon and unleaded is marked at Decorative Cakes & CupcakesCome
prices continuing at the present levelsIs "new reality" in the petroleum price gal.At $1.20 per gallon.In .
fairly good. structure. Wharton's Chevron on Hwy.100, Starke, the Eastern station sells .ty and see our Gin erbread houses & train
"We try to look at the worldwide "People have become more conservation regular is going for $1.17 per gallon., regular for $1.13 per gallon and .
picture here because everyone's local conscious in the last five years unleaded sells for$1.26 per gallon and unleaded for $1.20 per gal.' :
gas prices are really affected on an than they have ever been before if we high-test is on sale for $1.33 per Goodman's Gulf station on Hwy. 301 '
international level these day ."Davis can believe the polls, and I believe we gallon.At sells regular for $1.16 per gallon :
said. "What happens in Saudi Arabiaor can," Price said. "The oil producershave Catlett's Gulf station, also on unleaded goes for$1.23 per gallon andhightest Pastry Shop
Kuwait, and even in Israel can plainly overshot their mark with Hwy. loo, regular gas is marked at is marked at $1.31 per gal.
have a ripple effect that starts affecting their prices because they never $1.22.9 per gallon, unleaded is on sale The Starke Chevron station sells j 138 E. Call St., Starke. 964-5890
local gas.prices within a few estimated in their worst case for $1.31 per gallon and high-test is regular for$1.17 per gallon unleaded


DWI Awareness Week Share a holiday Lake Geneva Mobile Home Sale:

To Be ObservedThe SR ICO 1 mil. East
of Keyatantr Rod Light
Florida Highway Patrol has an- message of love!
nounced it is supporting national officials 473-2879 475-1078
in the observance of the week For your wtfe..mother..husband..sister..son...
of Dec. 12-18, "National Drunk
as or
Drugged Driving Awareness Week" all the special people in your life Choose a ..
which was proclaimed. by Congressand spedal Hallmark Christmas card that's Just for. r. 24 x 56 1
President signed into lawn on- Oct." 15.., by ,them..It's"a' tfupughtfuljray, :* ). >boY'how.roud1.,.. nn- .".. -YShiirflla' +Roof,'-Masonlte, f C
you care!
"The most serious problem on the Siding, Fireplace' 21 9 0 0 '
highways" of our nation is drunk driv- \3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths12x60 ,
ing said Patrol Acting Director Lt.
Colonel Roger C. Collar, "because
drunk drivers kill and injure more 1oat uaQ
people on the highways than any
other cause. Accidents involving 24 x 44
drivers who are under the Influence of ,,,2 Bedroom $7800 2 BedroomPlus Cost
marijuana or other drugs are also on Plus Sit
the increase. In Florida careless Set Up
driving is the leading violation pro + 1u
. ducing accidents with drinking
; drivers running a close second
r place."

I deaths Over involving the past alcohol ten years or drugs highway has Career Opportunities In Child Day Care

averaged 25,000 deaths per year nationwide -
which adds up to over one
quarter of a million Americana that 611962 HIUm.,1t Carda Ina
have lost their lives in alcohol related In anticipation of being awarded a Title XX Day Care grant, the Bradford-

traffic"According accidents in to the the last National decade. Union Guidance Clinic announces possible openings for a Child Day Care

Highway Safety Administration,fourteen Office Shoff. Director, four teachers, and & cook/housekeeper. The Clinic's proposed Com-

drunk teenage driver drivers accidents die nationwide each ay in"" Main SfcrMfc.: UsJc'Butter munity Day Care Center will be a high quality program offering evaluations:

continued Collar, "and in addition, 498-2281 and individualized curriculum for its two to five year old pre-school children.

360 alcohol teenagers related are crashes.injured" each day in There will be 40 slots for children, 30 of which will be designated for families.

eligible for partial or no fees and 10 of which full fees will be required.

On All
General Qualifications and Responsibilities of Staff

I 1982 Modelsat Day Care Program Director Responsible for the entire function the Center.

May also be responsible as a teacher to one specific

group of children.

JOHN D. BROWN Salary Range: $10,000 to $12,000.

Qualifications. : At least two years'of college with related course-'

1 HOME CENTER INC. work; management ability; experience and certification :.

preferred; must meet medical requirements -

SR 21 473-3775 Keystone Heights, R j

Teacher(four positions available): Responsible for planning and executing an -

.'. educational program in line with day care educational -

Wide Selection, Prices start at goals and standards.

Salary Range: '$7,800 to $9,500.>

14. 24&of26 wides 8990 Qualifications; : Two years of college and one year of pre-school :

experience. Must meet medical requirements.CookHousekeeper .

.... .... Ih' '"'" .-..... ....._ Responsible for
I h- -; preparing lunch and snack for !

.. ': 40 day care children in accordance with day care stan-
..11_ -J' --- dards. Also responsible for
providing housekeeping ser- r

Jt: e 'id vices to day care facilities ?

,, Salary Range: ,$7,000 to $8,500.
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: medical
.;.:. ..". ;..,,1 :!_ r h.!":_0'1..., .. .:. :.' requirements.,. :

: 'For', questions more' detailed information stop by the
; Bradford-Union
.House l type front(door w/storm door,':Deluxe'f furnishings, paddle. fan,plumb ,Guidance Clinic's Community.Support Program office in the old courthouse

ing and wire for. washer'and dryer on. Call Street and U.S. 301 in, Starke, 'or call 964-4545. Application for these

:.-: '. ,positions can be made in person at the above location Monday through Fri .
$ 13787with day, 8:30: a.m. to5:00p.m..
Monthly Payments Start As Low AI 10%' town ;

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I y y V' "xa ,. $ $ g stu4448; .

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Inducted intoNational

.. 'i, y Honor SbcietV

Vii' r Bradford 'Moody, Stephanie Red IW; GW
.! Thirty-one student from the Roach 'Dawn cottJ'Sue."'SmithDonateThbltiton !
1 High School were Inducted into ledCathy
b membership, the National Honor at the Zambito. t I i, rf.n.i ,
Society In an evening ceremony 'SpoctaigUMtt leernony\in. .
Western Steer Steak House last Tuesday eluded .Assiatanty l Sl J bI, t 1Jr.riculuD .
8 night, Dec. 7. .
f !
Y i7 I Members were selected by a faculty \ of':; < '
n Burney ; ; .
r 'I al. I, council.: 'for meet high leadership standardsof School Board,'membeJudy;
: cer MrsPat ,Sp< r .
Becker sK
o' : council ""I'"
I nefateded Miller Julie "Jim" Lawsott Special_ peer;
bR bb ,' '.. .' co of and Ms. was Dr. Michael Cannot .. res$oran
"" .. .I MWer..Mrs..Al1laon. AlJeta of History and Assistant' :, of the
::" .. ,, (" "Sandra Smith.< !College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
officers into
;/ .... \ Students Inducted as
.k "" (of the University of Flag-Ida.Dr. Gan'"
4 Stillwell,
\ Michelle
the were:
,' Society
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\' non also hosts a :
: :, ...ttd14 'president; Michael Christmas, vice Public TV., 5 or Gainesville;
! _.._. ( 'i< ('president; Michelle. Kimutis, ,.bowf
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s; fchuetto >"are:'_left t sUa" ,from'front e 'rear Thorny Geatate. 8uinne, (secretary; Lari Ann Johns as -Conversation. 'f|.L-.
I Dining Out at National Honor *ty'Fete. I lBlLlL BNii Stasy/Uvait,sad CatIIJ R_eh,And&right Stephanie Re- '1 treasurer. Honor r ?
Wester Steer steak bouse meal during last week's baoor society: "'2 Appointed officers includeChaplain The National
Enjoying a a 4 Usa Creea.; _
: .. of the oldest'and.-most
___ __ '" __ _, -A..L1 Kay Watson and as as one
1 Parliamentarian, Miss Julee Wise. prestigious national organizations
r-p nigh school students. Chapters eilst
T11R. Students inducted were:
three-fourths of the nation's
i Alvarez, Suzanne .in hgh
iI wI'. Ball Seniors, Edward tSuzy Crews and Lori Flynn schools and,,since 1921,more than tlz
JonioraiLeAnn Cheryl Fur million students have been selected to
I membership. More than two.million)
,row, Tim Gonzalez, Theresa Ricks
iI ,Nancy Roberts, Jay Rodgers, Lorie dollars in scholarships' have'" been
''d' b I Npr 4I A 'Snow, and Darrell Wagner. awarded to "members'sinceIMS
I I 4 r Sophomores t Brenda Bawek, by the sponsoringorganisation,
:j Phillip Crews, Lisa Grew; Joelle Innocent. the National Association"" of' Secondary. -
:rl I .., Karen Kimutis. Connie: School Principals. : : }'

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I : New Of fleer*'.;., J' ices
:. The'new National Honor Society officers display there 1982-83 charter, .
BUS Junior Theresa Ricks recleves her certificate,pin and congratulate presented last week by BUS student council president Edward Crews.
II c tions from Bradford School Board members Judy Becker, Pat Spengler. ,'
I and Jimmy Lawson. Officers are,from left to right Julee"Wise:parllamenterlan; Mlchell Stilwell, at price
1 president,;| Michael. "Christmas,.vice prestdenta'Key: Watson,.chaplain:; reg1 i

FLORIDA .Michelle .Klrauitls secretary:.and.Lari Ann Johns' treasurer;


| Starke 964.5451" ;Starke -Family. ) :Planning, Clinic. : Get the

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i; Clinic director represents area at ConferenceBy I

yi ( 1 h Mark Frledlln formed on alcohol issues and NBAC training and strategy implementation. .
BCT Staff Writer activities, and to further acquaint the Special attention was given to
general public with NBAC's efforts. the needs of Black youth,women, the
Starke Clinic Area Director NBAC s Fourth Annual Conference, aged, the disabled and the non-
Carolyn Spooner,who is also the coor- "Alcoholism, the Black Communityand alcoholic individual.
dinator of the Alchohol and Substance Me: Reprogramming Our Thinking With new idea's from the, con
Abuse Program here, recently for the 80's,"was held in October. ference Spooner hopes to Increase the
represented our area when she at- There were 26 different workshops ,I Bradford Climes visibility in the
tended the Fourth Annual National and three plenary sessions during the Black Community through the
Black Alcholoism ConferenceNBAC( ) conference. They focused on alcohol prevention project,
held In San Diego, California. research, prevention, treatment S.P.O.O.N.E.R.".
NBAC is a non-profit tax-exempt
organization concerned about the '
devastating effects of alchoholism Driver 8 Ed. classes a success I
tiI and alchohol abuse on Black In-
t dividuals,their families and the black The Bradford County High School carelessness and Irresponsible
community. Driver's Education program is prov- behavior.
NBAC' was established as an ing to be an effective tool in the "Young drivers at BHS are learn-
organizational structure through prevention of accidents by teenagerswho ing about the dangers of drinking and
n which Blacks concerned or involvedin mix driving and drinking with driving," Spooner said. "They learn
I 1L the field of alchoholism can ex- sometimes catastrophic results. about the psychological and
,', tl tI change ideas, offer services, coor- "For the past three we haven't had physiological effects of alcohol and
dinate and facilitate alchoholism programs one Bradford High School student ref- are familiarized with the Florida laws
In the interest of developing feted to us at the DWI school," said regarding DUBAL abd DWI.They are
treatment and prevention services for Bradford Clinic Director Carolyn better educated and more responsible
i Blacks. Spooner. drivers as a result.
NBAC's first Annual Conference Spooner says she hopes many other
was held in 1979 in Washington, D.C. high schools will model this programto The DWI Mini Course is taught each
and the second In Chicago 111. with prevent tragedy and accidents on year by Spooner, who is the coordinator -
on ___......_ "_ ._ __"'._ more than 33 states represented. the highway, as well as help to pre- of the Substance Abuse Program
Representatives from 44 states at- vent the costly mistake that so many at the Bradford-Union
tended the Third Annual Conferencein drivers make out of Ignorance Guidance Clinic.
o. I New York City in 1981.
The Energizer r NBAC publishes a national newsletter -
"National News and Views" ",.
quarterly to keep its members in- Contact Lem
Stadeats at Bradford HIgh Including the three "guinea :
*!(."pictured, learned about energy during a humorous but
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Dec.e.Betsy. Air Force Needs _
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BUS students Shane Johnson (front) and Jeff Johnson team former military members. (
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: country's resources, and how to best utilize and
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Baptist Church with Rev. Donnie Leslie Edward Chilson School and was a member of the 'Dec. 6. in Union General Hospital I Baldwin Railroad heart attack.yarn following an
Williams officiating. Burial was in Leslie Edward Chilson 67. of Lake Church of God.Survivors after an extended illness. .apparent
and raised in Bradford County
Manntown Cemetery, Glen St. Mary Geneva died Saturday morning,Dec. include his parents, Mr. Born in Zanesville Ohio he had Born the of the late
he was son Joseph
r.L under the direction of Brinkley- 11, at his home following a short illness. and Mrs Timothy A. Adams; two resided in Lake Butler since October, and Mae Scarbrought
Guerry Funeral Home of Macclenny. brothers, Timothy Allen Adams, II 1982.He was a retired gift shop owner Lilly Kelley,
of Bradford
Born In Sanford, Mr. Chilson and Larry Wade Adams all of and was a member of the former residents County.
Starke his maternal grandparents. Church. He was employed by the railroad for
Joseph McGee Thompson graduated from Zephyr Hills High! ;
73 of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Adams of Survivors include his wife, Mrs. some 32 years; was a veteran of
Joseph McGee Thompson, School where he was captain of the
Dec. Melbourne his paternal grandfather. Fay Marie Roberts of Lake Butler; World War II and was a member of
Melrose died Sunday evening, basketball team in 1935; had retired Church.
12, at his home after a sudden Illness. from the Seaboard Coastline Benjamin Dempsey of Cocoa and a two stepdaughters Ms. Dottie Northatd Baptist
of and uncles. Roberts of Altamonte Springs and Survivors include his, wife, Mrs.
Born in Memphis, Tenn., Mr. Railroad was a member of the number aunts
Thompson moved the the Melrosearea Brotherhood of Maintenance & Way Funeral services were held Tues- Mrs. Lonita McGUl of Lake Butler; Betty Jean Hodges Kelley of Lawtey;
nine years after retiring from Employees and was a member of the day morning Dec. 7 at 11:00: in the two sons, Bud Roberta of Ann Arbor one son Tim C. Kelley of Lawtey;
n Brothers Funeral Home in Gadara Baptist Church. Chapel of the Wylie-Baxley Funeral Mich and Will Roberts or 'three daughters, Mrs.Teresa Morgan
Memphis where he served as a Survivors include his wife Mrs. Home in Rockledge with Rev. Don Washington. D.C.; one stepson, E. C. of Luling, La.; Mrs. Tina Dobbs of
Funeral Director. Mr.Thompson also Laura L. Chilson; two sons Edwin Miller pastor Rockledge Church of Roberts of Washington, D.C.; one 'Lawtey and Mrs.Tammy 01'Theressai
served in the U.S. Navy during WWII Chilson of Pensacola and Roger God officiating. Burial was in sister Mrs. Mary L. Schooley of Col- ;, four brothers? Austin
and was a member of the First United Chilson of Santa Fe Lake; one Florida Memorial Gardens. umbus, Ohio; and three grand- Kelley of Ponte Vedra Talmadge
Methodist Church of Melrose. daughter, Nrs, Carolyn Coleman of children. Kelley of Tallahassee and J. W.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Hawthorne; two brothersm Vernon Roy Nathan Arthur Funeral services were held Tues- Kelley and Clyde Kelley, both' of
Doris C. Thompson; one brother Ed- Chilson of Coral Gables and Elbert Roy Nathan Arthur, 69, of Starke day, Dec. 7; at 4:30: p.m. in Archer Brooker; two sisters Mrs. Jeannette
ward F. Thompson of Memphis; two Chilson of Plant City; and seven died December 4 at Veteran's Funeral Home with Rev. Melvin Molt of Brooker and Mrs. OUie Rivers
step-sons, Charles W. Agin of Starke grandchildren. Hospital in Lake City. Owen officiating. Cremation follow-, af Graham; two grandchildren and
and Harry W. Agin of Jacksonville; Funeral services were held at 3:30: He was a native of Pulaski Tenn. ed. Archer Funeral Home of Lake two fostergrandchilren.Funeral ,
and several nieces and nephews. pm Monday, Dec. 13, in the DeWitt and was flown there for burial. Butler was in charge of ar services were held at '12
Mr. Jim Rosier Funeral services were held at 2- C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Leamon Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. rangements. p.m. Saturday Dec. 11, at Northside
Pioneer Lawtey Resident p.m. Dec. 15 at the DeWitt C. Jones Ward and Rev. R. T. Williams con- Tues.,Dec.7.at Carr S. Erwin Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. James
Chapel with Rev. Ronald Dowman officiating ducting the services. Burial was in with burial in Maple Wood Cemetery Morris Calvin Kelley Cowart officiating. Burial was in
Services are set at 1:30 p.m. today Following cremation, burial Gadara Cemetery with Jones Funeral with Rev. Clarence Stewart of- Morris Calvin Kelley,56,of Lawtey, Dedan Cemetery with Archie Tanner
(Thursday,Dec. 16)for pioneer Brad- will be at a later date in the Forest Home of Keystone Heights in chargeof : ficiating. died Wednesday afternoon at the Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
ford resident James (Jim) Rosier Hills Midtown Cemetery, Memphis. arrangements. Survivors include his wife, Kathryn arrangements.New .
r; 95-year-old resident of the Lawteyand Local arrangements were under the Arthur; three sons,Rodney and Terry
Evergreen area, who died Dec. 13 direction of Jones Funeral Home of Bonnie Henderson Arthur, both of Florida and Danny Ar- ,I. -- ----- -------_..:.:.._---------.- ---------------------- --
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;; in Clay Memorial Hospital in Green Keystone Heights. In lieu of owrsl: Mrs. Bonnie Henderson, 69, of thur of Ky.; four daughters, Shonnle 473.4961Additions .
Cove Springs. send a contribution to the First United Starke, died Monday evening Dec. Wagner, Tammy Scott of Ohio and Home ((904))

Mr. Rosier, born in Lawtey Jan. 3, Methodist Church of Melrose. 13, at Bradford Hospital following an Ginger Stivers and Crystal Duffey,
1888 was a farmer and a pioneer inestabli4hing extended illness. both of Fla.i. one sister Mrs. Joe Remodeling
the rural mail route at Joe Raiford ReddishJoe Born and raised in West Virginia Hopkins Ifendersonville, Tenn.; PflKMUIW WASHING PAINTING
i Lawtey during the horse and buggy' Raiford Reddish, 62, of she moved to Starke about one year three daughters and one son from a
days and continued as an assistant Jacksonville died Saturday morning, ago. She was self-employed as a previous marriage: Mrs. Marjorie :
I carrier for many years. He was a bus Dec. 11, in the V.A. Hospital in seamstress and was of the Baptist Boshers. Carolyn. Bloss, Anne Prince KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC.
driver for the Bradford school systemfor Gainesville following a long illness. faith. and Larry Arthur 22 grandchildren REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR
approximately 15 years. Born in Raiford, Mr. Reddish serv- Survivors include two brothers and two great grandchildren, all of
Rosier, born Jan. 3, 1888 in Lawtey, ed with the U.S. Navy during World Therman Frame and Homer Frame, Tennessee. : ROOFING INSULATION
was the son of the late Berryann and War II and was a member of the Faith both of Starke; one sister, Mrs. Mae I
,Jim Powell 440 Lawrence Blvd.
Frances Tyson Rosier. He owned his Baptist Church. Williams of North Carolina. Edward C. Roberts I
family farm before he was married Survivors include one brother,G. B. Funeral services will be conductedDec. Edward Charles Roberts, 79. of President Keystone Hgt..Fl 32656
and lived in it until a year ago. Reddish of Raiford; two sisters, Mrs. 16 in Arlington, Texas at Moore Lake Butler died Monday afternoon. ,
He married the late Neta Sykes Blanche Gaines of Elberton, Ga. and and Sons Funeral Home. Burial will
Rosier of Island Grove on Nov. 15, Mrs. Hazel Purdue of Jacksonville; be in Moore Memorial Garden with
1914 and they were married 66 years and several nieces and nephews. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
until her death in June, 1980. He was a Graveside services were held at J Starke in charge of local ar
member of the Evergreen Baptist. p.m. Monday, Dec. 13, in Sapp: rangements. Jones Convalescent Service Inc.
Church. Cemetery with Rev. Roman Alvarez ,
Survivors include one daughter, In officiating. Jones Funeral Home of Victoria E. SchaferMrs.
ez Brice of Lawtey; four sons: Starke was in charge of arrangements Victoria "Vicky" Emile Providing .Non-emergency
Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier,Burton Schafer,25, of Keystone Heights, died
Rosier of Palatka, Robert Rosier of Wednesday,Dec. 8,after having been
Jacksonville, and Floyd Rosier of Roy Lester MorganRoy Involved in an automobile accident Medical
West Palm Beach, plus 13 grand- Lester Morgan, 81, of Starke, south of Hampton Transportationfor
children and 22 greatgrandchildren.Services died Friday afternoon, Dec. 10 in Mrs. Schafer was born in Orange "
will be at Archie Tanner Bradford Hospital following a long il- Park and moved to Keystone where wheelchair stretcher
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Funeral Home on US-301 south of lness. she attended high school. She was patients
Starke with Rev. James Saunders Born in Hamilton County (Jasper, employed by U.S. Solar System as a
Rev. Cecil Crawford, and Rev. Fla.), Mr.Morgan had lived in Starke secretary and was a member of the
: Leonard Melton officiating. Burial since 1930; was the owner/operator of Baptist faith.Survivors in Bradford & Clay Counti'esI
will be in Pine Grove Cemetery. Morgan's Barber Shop and was a include her husband, Jeffrey i I
member of the Heilbron Springs Bap- Schafer of Keystone Heights; ,
William H. Kimberley tist Church. two sons, Joey and Andy Hall, both of j P.O. Drawer H
William H. Kimberley, 43, of Survivors include his wife Mrs. Theressa; one sister, Mrs. Patricia .
Starke, died Friday, Dec. 3, at home Mattie J. Morgan; three daughters, Clark and Lawrence Ritter, both of 964.6223 Starke Florida
.* following an apparent heart attack. Mrs. Joyce Chambers of Lake Butler, Keystone Heights. ,
; Born and raised in Georgia, he was Mrs. Ellen Bailey of Starke and Mrs. Funeral services were held at 3
;: the son of the late Lawrence William Judy Somerville of Orlando; one p.m. Friday,Dec. 10 at the Community -
;. Kimberley and Bonnie Ray of brother, Ray Morgan of White Spr- Church in Keystone Heights with
Dawsonville, Ga. He was employedby ings; 14 grandchildren, seven great Rev. Buddy Friedlin officiating.
the Florida State Surplus in grandchildren, and four great-great Burial was in Keystone Heights Gift Buyers THEUTFITTERS
i J : :. was of the Baptist faith. nephews: J.M. Morgan Hilward Tanner Funeral Home of Starke., I.
:; :1, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Morgan Derwood Morgan Demond Check' This '' !
ti: Cherylene Combs Kimberley of Morgan; Howards-Morgan and Den- Benjamin Adams /r$** .. .>, V i. w. "' 1B-
; :: Starke; two daughters, Kim ward Morgan.Funeral Benjamin Joseph Adams, 15'of'' Out ; U.S.301 South 1 i
'-f Kimberley of Gainesville and Jan services were held Sunday, Starke, died Friday, Dec. 3, at the
?rc: Kimberley of Hampton; one son Billy Dec, 12 at 3 p.m. in the Heilbron Spr- Alachua General Hospital in 904J964-7/ 55_
'. Kimberley of Daytona Beach; his ings Baptist Church with Rev. Johnnie Gainesville.Born .
-? : mother, Mrs. Bonnie Ray of Dawson- Morgan and Rev. R. D. Robinson in Rockledge, he had been a Kids Camouflage or
GA: ville. Ga.; one brother, Frank officiating. Burial was in Conner resident of Starke for the past year OD GreenFatigues Lastest Issue
Kimberley of Dallas, Ga.; four Cemetery under the direction of having moved here from Melbourne.He Genuine I

., sisters, Eunice Cowart, Ruth Hughes, Jones Funeral Home of Starke. was a student at Bradford Middle I Canteen G.I.coCamouflage
:: Fay Smith and Pat Page, all of Fatigues I ver
"- Dawsonville, Georgia. Reg. $21.95 Reg. $8.95
.:. Funeral services were conducted Jacket & Pants
,': Sunday, Dec. 5, at 2 p.m. at the 16.95 *6.95Smith
-"- Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral 38.95
i Home with Rev. Don Denton of-
-'i ficiating. Burial was in Kingsley Lake 'Camouflage Mesh '
::: Cemetery with Archie Tanner
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::- Mrs. Edna C. Jones, 68,of Macclen- 3.95
E::: ny died Friday night, Dec. 10, at her r 9.95
\;.r home following an extended illness.
Z Mrs. Jones was a resident of Baker r
::s: County was the daughter of the late rr & Wesson
:;>, Kary and Frances Hicks Caldwell and Smith & Wesson
fX had resided in Macclenny all her life. r DC LIKE Ultra ThinSportsman
Belt & Buckles
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: theast State Hospital for 13 years until, Knife I Reg. $12.95 w.
Ei her retirement in 1979 and she was a
?: member of Calvary Baptist Church of BUSINESS Reg. $19.95 '8.95 .
i/i; Macclenny. '
::: Survivors include two sons, Troy R. 16.95Bowen I

z: Jones of Augusta Ga,and William K. .' Smith & Wesson
::: Jones of Macclenny; one daughter 1.// At M
;:5: Loretta J. Hart of Lake Butler; one '. Stainless Steel
f. brother Noah Caldwell e'" '- ,
of Macclen- '
3 sisters, Mrs. Catherine I ''''I4"7 :', '::1.W'; Boot Knife
r. and Mrs. Louise Godwin, both \ $29,95
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Ks. Newmans of Macclenny. Five grand-. ;." $
Jj: children also survive. 9.4-: \ __r..r' n1 XTR RIFLE.Sale' 2495Beg.
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:;:; 10 a.m. Monday, Dec, 13, at CalvaryServicemen $18995
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elb Hundreds of area residents lined the route of the 1963 Christmas parade
L r.. Saturday afternoon and many stayed to sIng carols afterward.
t 4R Chamber of Commerce. Carolers were offered hot chocolate by DeWitt C.
Jones Funeral Home and the Chamber. but the warm weather made that
less of a treat than usual.
+ Sunshine Florist won first place in float judging and the $50 cash prize.
Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints had the second place float and won a
$35 cash prize. Florida Bank at Starke won third place and a$15 cash prize.
It has been suggested that for next year's parade it would be good to have I
several musical outfits to enter the parade to provide music after the BUS
band passes by.
It has also been suggested that it would be nice to have several church
choirs to offer Christmas carols next year.
A new Christmas tree Is being planted to replace the one that is dying next
to the old courthouse.The .
pieces of the Chamber's manger scene were not stolen: ,as one city official
thought, but had Just been "borrowed" for a day by the Methodist
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Starke' Annual Christmas Parade last Saturday. It was a colorful sight for downtown.
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;!' : UCI Inmate Stabbed Pickup Hits Tree Man Slightly InjuredIn WomanArrested ;", .t \;
.. Kingsley Lak Miller is charged wiui +
.A Lake Butler: man' was arrested ;' ;
"" 'st week along with one man from grand theft-auto according to Investigator Dies SaturdayA In Dec.ll AccidentDennis Truck Accident atPsnn; 'f\ ,

ay and one man from Duval Coun- Don Denton. Miller is being Union Correctional Institution In- Lee Brown 22, of SUrke <'. Douglas E. Packender of Barbara'Coe Johnson, '44':t:}of
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.; 'es for alledgedly being involved in a held on a "'OLIO bond for Union mate was stabbed to death Saturday escaped serious injury when a Ford Gainesville was charged with Lakeland was arrested and charged
": rglary-theft ring after over$111.000"C"County where be is wanted for grand following an altercation among Pinto turned left in front of his 1966 careless driving an accident Dec with introducing contraband :In'a:

stolen property were' recovered at thett. several inmates In a dormitory of the Ford pickup Brown to run off 10 west of Keystone Heights on SR-21. state prison Dec. 12, accori1i "to
When arrested Miller was in causing '.: '
loir residences. possession prison's west housing unit. the roadway a tree. Carl D. Riherd of Gainesville driving Assisfant Deputy Glen Moore. 'S: '
': Kenneth. Gray McNeill, 21 of Lake of a vehicle stolen in May from Sometime around 7 p.m. Jim Edward The accident occurred Dec. 11 at a 1972 Ford pickup was stoppedfor Johnson unlawfully took cannabisonto

tier was among those arrested Alachua County, said Denton. Elley 32.was stabbed in the upper 6:40 p.m. on CR-229 west of Starke. a construction flagman the grounds of Lawtey ,Corree-;
e tn-county area. He was charged William Scott Ezell, 41, of Baldwin left chest and also in the middle of The Pinto left the scene, according to vehicle was struck by a. Bich tional Institution,according: to-the pre
he had three
arrested '
with burglary of a dwelling while was Friday, '
the left portion of his back. Emergency Trooper D. C. Roberts. failed to stop.Fackender. (
4 Armed, grand theft. and possession of stolen vehicles in his possession. Including "BondTwls for the
treatment was given in the prison Damage to the Ford pickup was driving a 1979 International set at $1,000
+ a firearm by a felon according to a pickup truck recently stolen clinic but he was pronounced dead 35 1500. Harvester truck failed to charge.'Johnson was released on her

records filed in the Union Countyflerk's b&aoifordCountyCommissioner minutes later by. a prison doctor, according observe the stopped tried to own recognizance.
-( office. The arrest followed the Homer F. Hart. When he was arrested pickup
to of Corrections
Department go between the pickup and a parked
Ezell also had several
.$of-ecovery firearms in and Bradford other County propertythat stolen day firearms stolen from Union County, spokesman has been, ordered.David Skipper. An autopsy Deer Causes truck on the shoulder and collided Gainesville Woman

\from a Union County residence. The said Denton. Four inmate Identified Accident On SR235J. with them both. Arrested DWI on,US-301
suspects were Stan Anderson in
Stolen Bond for Ezell was set at 2000. He a passenger
propertyIncluded jewelry
and place In administrative confinement W. Thomas of Riherd's Karon Lucretia Russell of
firearms and other was released on his own 38, Starke, drivinga pickup was slightly injured.He
property. Jail recognizance. pending the outcome of the 1978 Cadillac DeVUle couldn't stop was taken to the VA In Gainesville Gainesville was arrested Dec. 12 and
McNeill is in Union County
IcNeill is wanted Bradford County The trio may face additional investigation. No Skipper been his vehicle and struck a deer that where he was treated and released. charged with driving while intox

1...tor auto-theft also. charges and other persons may be are found at this time, said crossed in front of him on SR-235 Damage to the: parked truck was icated.
Arrested in Bradford County Dec. 9 rested, according to Denton. 1 Elley was sentenced in June, 1974 to south of Brooker. $100. Damage to the Ford pickup was Russell was stopped three 'miles
serve a life prison term with a mandatory north of Starke driving a 1980
Clarence David Miller, 39, of Damage to the Cadillac in the 6:40 $1,500, according to Trooper D. C.
0 .as 25 years for first-degree p.m. accident was $1,000, according to Roberts. Oldsmobile According to Trooper D.
murder in Pinellas County Trooper D. C. Roberts C. Roberts Russell ran off the road

Starke Man Faces three times and crossed the center

Keystone Heights Ads Two Traffic four time in V. of a mile.

I;; + =- + =-+.. =- + .. =-+.. ChargesEddie Bond was set at $300. Russell was
Taylor Jackson Jr. of Starke released after she posted a surety

PERSONAL was arrested and charged Dec. 11 bond.
3 FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST/FOUND NOTICE YARD SALE with driving while intoxicated and Waldo Man Arrested
.* SERVICES driving while his license was suspended. -
.*.-- LAKE LOT on sand bottomed OFFICE SPACE. facing KEYS found on desk In ClASSifiED ADVERTISING IMOKAIEI ROAD SMOKE Driving Without License
lake In Hlllcrest. $600 Lawrence Blvd. N.xt doorto Monitor off ic.. should be submitted to the
:CARPENTER. WORK newspaper RISE Doc. 161718. Class Jackson was arrested four
Remodeling work kitchen down $146.44 per month.Phone Andrews Drug. Also Ring contains 2 GM car Lak. Region Monitor off Ic. top dining table, four south of Starke driving a 1970 Pontiac. Dennis M. Champion, 33. of Waldo

jiaoMobinets; and trim 473-4367 473-4058 after or several large offices for k.y., post office box k.y In writing. and. paid In advance chairs, davenport, three- The vehicle was running off the roadway was arrested and charged with driving
carp.nt.r Reasonable .10ltfnchgBEAUTIFUL 6p.m rent In rear of building and several others. Coll unl... cr.dlt It quarter bed. antique and into the median according to while his license was suspendedDec.

prices Call 473.2477 after LAKE GENEVA facing Flamingo. Call 473.221012/16 tfn alr.ady established with record collection, tools, Trooper D. C. Roberts. Several cars 10.According.
473-34)1) 10/1 tfnchgCOM.UTlLY BLACK AND TAN male this office.Monitor to D. C.
I 5(30 10/1 tfnchg Items. Trooper
p m. access lots from $3,900, had stopped to report the erratic
oXMPENTRTANDMASONRYWORK: $500 down $71.74 FURNISHED dauchund two weeks ago staff cannot behold Watch for sign 12/16 behavior of the vehicle said Roberts. Roberts Champion was 5 miles southof
Building patios, per house on Spring lake. 3BR In vicinity of lake Hutchln- reiponilble for FOUR FAMILY: FrI.. Sat.. Starke driving a 1970 Lincoln.
month. Discount on entire Bond was set at $500. Jackson was
''w.O\ditlons. remodeling. 10 acreas. On. waterfront A/C, $223/mo.$200 son. Call day. 473-7222. mlitakei on cta..lflds Dec. 17, 18. 1971 Ford 1/2 released after bonds Bond was set at $200. Champion was
homes and tile work. Free lot. Call 4734373. 10/1 deposit. Call 264-5354 after evenings. 475-2435. 12/16 wh.n ad li lak.n' ov.r the ton pick-up, bass boot, for the charges. released after he posted a cash bond.
estimates. Phon. 473-4473 tfnchg 6. Hnchg 10/1 LOST-FAMILY PET small telephone.Clarified. guns, tools, leather goods,
during day 10/1 tfnchg COMMERCIAL PROPERTY LAKE GENEVA COTTAGE 1 whit. dog. Answers to deadline !I. jewelry radio ...r.o.
..ALTERATIONS AND TAILOR. of Lawrence Blvd.oncorn.r BR, furnished, $185/Mo; BUCK. If found call Tuesday noon prior to' clothing. LOTS OF JUNK.

r ...(NG: European style quail- and Flamingo near SR-100 OFFICE SPACE.downtown 473-3828. 12/16 Thursday publication. On.city block east of Lok.Geneva Juvenile Caught Attempting Auto TheftThe
next to State Farm Minimum charg. Is 15
.... & work Call 473-3290 foe and SR-21 Intersection, Post Office,
Keystone Center words for $2.73. th.n 10
appointment 12/9.16 4-. office HELP HWY100. TERMS: CASH.
.parot. complexes
Jfhll $160/Mo; Keystone c.nts for each wordthereafter. 12/16 Itpd
;; corner lot with entrances Outside the Bradford
County -
Heights Realty Inc., WANTEDCOSMOTOLOGIST driven
rABYSlTTINCi In my home car was by a black
yours 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.. building. Owner on 3-sldes financed of, REALTOR 4734961. was the scene of an exciting 16-year-old male Juvenile who took off

Jjyill babysit while you with low Interest rate. Call 11/18tfnchg : for busy chase Tuesday morning an attempted on foot when the car stalled. A courthouse -
< auto theft.
f >op Reasonable rat... HOME REMODELING & employee saw him
473-4920 or 473.3. .hop. To apply for position J run through
As Beulah
,;;fIll Brldgette at 473-1006. WANTED For Rent Moody was leaving the the field and towards the
3C3'' : 1011 tfnchg call 475-2140. 1121623Huntley REPAIR of all kinds. Room; county barn
1'2-0 courthouse for dental
16 llthg 1978 FIDO FORD TRUCK I 2* 3 BR mobile homes a appointment where he was apprehended accor
; Long bed. 300 6 cylinder TOPPER for 1974 GMC 52 X THS additions. Fret, lake G.eeveMobILN.nos she realized someone was in her car. ding to Chief Deputy Glen Moore.
'MISCELLANEOUS'NOD! motor., standard transmis 80, Reasonable, Call "t Estimates. 473.2187 ,I When she yelled at the individual to The Juvenile is charged with grand

sion. N.w paint lob 473.202012/16 Itpd 4 OFFICIa John Adams Builders. < 473-2S79 get out, her car was "gunned away" theft-auto and is in the Bradford

B +' .AMERICANJGION throughout. Excellent con- SHOP According to Mrs. Moody she "stood County jail under a $5,000 bond. The
HALLSr21. Satur- dition. $3.495. Phone 110 r C.n helpless: and watched her tires spin city has also charged the juvenile
e&!ay., 7 p.m. and Sunday. ..73... 97 11/24 tfnchg e pee and smoke" as it was driven down the with wilful-wanton reckless

3>5 p.m. Public Invited.JCltlnchg SAIlBOARDi European FOR SALEFIREWOOD new rrJr UNION COUNTY street behind the courthouse. She watched and having no valid driver's license.driving
make, Gaastra Sail. the car go in and out the ditch Bond for the
.w*:rx.: : CoHOIICS Perfect condition, $650 or Nice 3 bedrooms, 1% bath CI home. Fully equipped jump a culvert and finally stall out in $85. charges was set at

ANONYMOUS Clo..d best offer. Call Vlnce II.ck Jack Oak kitchen; qul.t neighborhood South of High School. another ditch.

teehngs Monday 8 p.m. 413.4056.v.ning.,129.162tchg 473-1132.H.r S".M. Freshly painted. Brick fireplace In living room. A reel
3uto)>en meetings Friday 8
bargain at S28,000.00.
p,m. Alanon Monday 8r. PEKINESE .PUPPIES AKC, Redfearn'sSERVICES
m, All meetings at registered. Just In time for Warm feeling from rich panelling makes. this CB. 3 226 Deer Taken Blanding So Far
Mucciiional Building Com Christmas. 6 weeks old, bedroom 1'/ bath a neat Investment or a nice starter

reunify Church 473-2790 or $75. Call 473-4818 after. CedarChristmas I home. Presently rented at S225/month on short term According to resident wildlife manager Jim Garrison 226 deer have been

1/5-2130. 10/1 tfnchg six. 12/9.16 2tchg I.... (month-to-month). Nice TV/Family room. Only taken by hunters in the first 30 days of the 1982-83 general hunt season at
gUEREATERS ANONYMOUS MINI BIKEHonda 50 excellent j t 4734340iJI $29,000.00. Camp 8 anding. That's a sizable increase over last year.
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"ffo dues, fees or weigh In. condition, Trees or In the same 30
;)p.n meetings Tuesay's, Phon. 4734684. 1350'1) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYl. Family owned and operated day period of 1981-82 only 173 deer had been taken.
*t JO p.m. Community Itchg 473-4252 convenience store with gas service. large gross with The complete hunt count so far reads: 226 deer, 34 hogs, and 763 squirrels
'' COCKER volume with low overhead. 19,206 hunters counted through the gates.
Lurch Educational SPANIEL PUTP1IS Fully equipped. On SR-231 .
.e' C Cut or Dig Your Own Last
:+Tuildlng, Keystone 6-weeks old, AKC. near RMC end |lust outside city limits of lake Butler. week. Dec. 6 through 12, 19 deer were taken 6'of which were does,
12-50p ft.,, with
Weights; '4732790 12/16 blond., buffs and blocks. ?? Repair':!>j 01, Major Real estate and business offered with. owner Hnenc- along 178squ1rrels. _,_ ,...

.:.tf.tlchg Deposit will hold until a ;:"'lIoufli Neorl 34p.mWeekly12 *.5 W ehHds > Electric1 AppliancesServing Mlwn9e.rr4..a. :W4NM.r ...... 10')1'; .. ., .:. ".1 "Wehavena.had"We're still running qiiile aYii> siieadollastyar"GlarSj*Pq SIii klan( IY/.
EiefCO Lions Club ocr... Christmas. $125. 12/16 excepiioR.U-bug.. n-but on thqgtopte6egt11elsd9e
'West SR-100.3 MIr CARDENAS: REALTY REALTORS, been ,' .
___ Attorn high school. Tuesays, 1 Itchg : Bradford & I- ,- '.oei' b-ojdol A..tI.lMIIO' rtel

arly Bird 7 p.m.: Regular, 21-B turn left. Clay Counties SR-21 Bon 606 Keystone Height ''I
30 p.m. Public Invited. Watch for sign Phonest 473-2232 or47S-2S50 I, '
''c Q! 1 tfnchg 12/09 2tchg 12/16 Liwrenct Blvd.. Ktystont" Evenings Colli Alex O. Cardenas 4732232Shop : Pearce

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160 S. Lak. Av.,
Lak. sWftf-TfffgC
'_;.;;.11.2.000.! Barco 120 loader LOOKING FOR .a special: ClOSI OUT ON All Butler. 4963978. figfS Compl.t.
-- 2.000. Slather $3,900. piece of property If I
FABRICS In Mock. $3 o Insurance $.rvlc.. TFN .
Form.rs and Dealers Bank, don't have It. I'll find ItJustaik yard. Phone 496-3319 or "
'I Shand. Howard 496-2IO1 -JANE S. USHER l ':
flthg 1r 1s. REALTOR 496-2126 or TFN 10/21 FOR RENTTY..IWIITTEIS & Compare!! BIG CHRISTMAS AUCTION Stove Broadway :

RHODE ISLAND RED HENSiuPbmp "496-2903 .v..? "Your ABYSITTINO IN MY HOME.Furnl.h Special Insurance for HELP WANTED ,
'' ] for the holidays. Union County Realtor, rin lunch 6 a.m. until AND Mobile Home Parks Friday Night Dec. 17 7:30
ADDING Applications
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5 $30 week, 'RentW !
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or 4963665. Itchg FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE FOR types of being taken for Fla. 301
1 3-9.< 16. NEEDSCall) Venera Brown 09.Phon.496.3402.2tchg 13/9 13/16. RENT Union County Tim., homeowners policies for Times Union Paper Auction 1 mile North of Starke )t) a l1wda !
SW 2nd
10 ACRESi With Bedroom 496-3032. Sandy Hazen mobile homes. route in Starke 1
I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP Butler. Phon. 496-2261 for Hamp Wholesale dealer from out of town.
12X50 Mobile home 496-3994 eves or Gerrl lennon ton
with -
YOUR CHILOl In horn Call for Quote area. Phone tl
my mar. Information. TFN
added room 8 ocro.I.ared 4963140. Tiffin and while 964-5165. Everything must go stereo equipment, !

and with 2 wood.d.Well Owns lox 788 Inc.Lake Realtors Butler,Et FL.. 2 Chrlttma you.hop.work I will be or RENT 10/1.TO OWN A N.w Olin's Mobile Friday 9 Monday am 5 thru pm. gift Hems, jewelry, tools, and man ? 473-473! !:
septic tank
i ucated on Providence tfn chg. 8/6. available day or night.' Baldwin Piano of your Home Sales I Must have dependable ousehold items, hundreds of items to i

Rood near Church of Jesus Very hove roasonabl. rotvt. I choice. Parramore Music transportation, tele choose from. Door prizes available. ,; d tn'6J P.M
'drill of rfr nc. | will be 904-732-6776. Ocolo. 7/8 Elaine M. Olin Agent phone and able to \
S3$.ooo. Latter Phon.Day 4963738.alN Saints.. LOSTFOUNDFOUNDLAKESIDE callme glad to glv. you. Plvos 1 Hn 964.5606 cash bond. u/mtch post 964-42SO. Auctioneer Cal Walt Cadle Keystone Heigfts
496-3731 I and ask STORAGE .
12/16. for Karon. 2tchg 12/9 Approximately 800 square --.Licensed...-..-...M"r-r-4"fewlii :
PARK 13/16. feet, for additional Information _fiWWAA rVWWWWW% 0 __ : .
HELP WANTED SWIMMING AREAi Aug. 9, call 496-2261.
prescription sun glo..... TFN ': Business Opportunity nab

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IN COMPANION Mustdst With Gas F .j
Times. .
496-3361. TFN 8/19. TIMES
;, light housework forit3jM11.rty LOST Gray handbag taken Get Results For Ls>as.
lady who Is able to from Charity Moors 496-2261 I
.. .3Jii.: of herself. car
car. Phon.
-- 6-2312 last Saturday night. Dec. 4, CBS Horn Need on-sight dealer with tii: .,
or 752.7502.llchg strong marketing .m..
U: 16. with some very Important 3 BR. |!4 BA garage, Star. currently company operated. aMi"
tfVE/: IN COMPANIONS for Items In It. There will be a jtl, rm. on 1 acre. I ml Spf Capital required for grocery Inventory.
.r lcterly lady good salary. specie) reword given, now Wanted to Buy Ralford off SR-121. .No good will Of franchise fees. High volume lecatlea

Phone 496-2784 or ed.questions 13/9.asked If return Raccoon. Otter (39.800 80% loan S6.0OOdown available In lake Butler end Sta....

4962136. llchg l 1216.Experience. Itchg Bobcat 90% loan $3.000 Call Collect Fred Powell LOCATIONIT
own FHA available .
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Cosmetics compleHlon, with For MoryK.y e cane Eastern. Food Stores 1 Now TO GO TO COLLEGE.It .. i

alimentary facial. call collect Accepting Applicationsfor
Diane T.ylor taking applications for positions of and books. And money. 'For'tuition room and. board, f Ii

(04)2S9-22S7) manager and manager trainees for To ::1

.... Starke store. help meet sESSlirj -
Independent the Army : ''s !

DozIer Se>.rvlc.By Prefer experienced, but will train One & Two Bedroom upon qualifying, you join the ArmYt' ;-

the |ob-fy the hour. N. person with Apartments For dollar
strong marketing skills.Call every you put In, Uncle Sam
((4t too big or too smell five. puts in 6
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more. So after
A lltgh Qu.llty Work ./ Kenneth Tomczak just two years in the ''Army, 3

.; Reasonable Prices. 752-2090 LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS you can have up to $15,200 for college. After. three.
497-IOSe yean, to $20,100.

1005 S.W. 6th St.,',Lake Butler Florida Fund booklet.Ur for your free copy ,of the Army. College *5

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Typing 3.rlc. Stove .On-Sight Laundry facUTOei Staff Sergeant :' r<.tt 1\.1\);

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Ing M BellevlngI' 212 Coll 6'-1.137 7'.4.76i. : per HOME PARK. Mobile
St., 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. 8'-S.40:9'.6.03: ; 106.99;' + 25 cent each. Uced month. Coll 964-8404. home and tpoce.for r..'. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete
11' In printing newt poper.Grt harpenlng tervlce, clr )
Ya'll come u. at our -7,62; 12826. W. Recreational vehicle
manufactur. for -minor repair Itchg 12/16 cular hand carbide. $
location. Rent Jacksonville, Phone
new a spoor BALDWIN Icane.: 468-2912. '
|lobs. Bradford County RENT A NEW
Call toll t
fr.. tfnRESTAURANT chain mower blade hollow
foryarrfole.3/ietfn 9/16
Telegraph. 44-e30S tfn. PIANO for child only
1.800.312.2702.8/26 tfn your
and balanced.
SCM DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN $22.50/mo., plus mall '
dlshe* :toy and gill,; 7000 HEAVY DUTY electric for rent. 964-678& 9/09 tfn Leav at Jackson Building
travel ?trailer. and much\] typewriter for tal. at ,HOUSE 301 South moving charge.AII) rent MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT Supply In Stark, Keytmon*
the Office 94.6740.'W. buy and sell to .1J3
I'/MIN. 436'' N. Polk St., Shop. 110, W and moving applies pure One mile from Stork: city Height' or Lake lutl.r. 864-7776
L Call St., Stark. $::200. ud furniture and appliance cho... Parromore Musk
964-6279 $ot., Dec. 18. limit Clean. Hwy. 16 E. TFNchg
1BX '
OFPi Victor 120 8/13 tInRECONDITIONED
Heavy Oak* Mall Gainesville.
121161tcho Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. Starke
i Off lc. TVSi Color ,
...., SAT.. 10i House next,, Shop 110 W. Call St. 378.3626.11/11 tfn KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom REPAIRED All mok..
,. *..starting at 10000. home
2 BA
to Rick Salvage Yard?. Stark. Trade-In' w.lcom. Phon. SPACIOUS with CHCA, BR E. Call St. Lot *' for r.nt at 1 low cleaned oiled and aduted ............,............ ....
clothe ..
children toy and ONO I ACRI LOT St. Rd. 16 W. '94.8212.6/11 tfn weekly rate Coll Temple | '15. Work 1 I
other Item*. 12/16 Itchg Michael Cllhooly subdlvlIon. -' SCRATCH I DENT SALE on of toraga.. No pet. Call Motel 964-7337. 9/16 guaranteed. Jomei I i COURSE i

THREE FAMILY Dee; 17, 18. Facet hard road n.w office furniture. Dek 9645827. 11/04 tfn EOW/tfn Strickland corner Morgan 2 BA Fam. Rm. i
19. 9-S. South 100,1 Vi mile Well. *ptlc tank. Selling 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for
filing cabinet, ..ecretarlalchoir. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg cor one. garage i
out of city limit on left. $7500.: Will tok., term.. fireplace, In city on* 3 rant On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto i
Save up to 40% off CHAIN UNK FENCE Install : beautiful A :
964-7253. 9645606. 10/07 tfn Call 4681323.
12/09 2tchg bedroom 1 bath In country prison.
5;,' 12/16 I ACRES located facing Slat cost. The Office Shop. 110 and 1 traitor lot. 9646365. 10/07 Ifn.2IOOM ed. Frtlmati. HandyMan custom drop**,
W. Call St.. Starke.PACMAN.
YARD SALE In building In Rd. 227. Brocket Rd. EFFICIENCY inLawt.y. F.nc. Co., owner N
Call anytime. Itpd 12/16 ; Own.r flnanc-
S14.500 Reddlih. 9648559. ;
rear of TCkk..Iox.. 341 N. with term 782-3458 or Tommy
STUDIO APT.. $210. tint,
.Temple. Clothe .hoee. HIGHLY 9645606.FERTILIZED 10/07 .Argentina book 3-subject, $1.19.composition The Office last month rent plu.cl.onlng 782-3949.9130 tfnHOUSIKIII'tNO tfnpd 982TYPEWIITEI REPAIR Call !! ............................:
dishes, doll. and lots of and sleepIng -
Bahia Hay. J.M. Edwards Shop. no w. Call St.,. deposit. Call the Office 110 W. pole, dock.
other Item, Thur., Fri,. 5332157. room. TV and Air. Shop. power
Sat.. 105.. / Itpd 964-S379. 12/09 Starke.COLOR : '964-7347 or Und.rwood Motel. 3 mil.. Call St., Stark., for detail. I
12/30 21" Phlleo TV
4tpd $75. 12/16 Itchg
; I ihed.
'JUST IN TIMI FOR north of Starke 964-S764. tfn
CHIRSTMASl Assorted .ATARI VCS with 12, gam 96 .6885. 12/16 Itchg STARK 3 BR, 1 bath house, Highway 301.9/16 tfn GLASS CUT TO ORDER .".. Only' S19.000.: .
All for
tapestries, was $15, now Call cartridge 533-2947 after$225. HANDMADI RAO DOLLS 'stove,, refrigerator core SMALL COTTAGE anKlng..y Door, window., .tc. brick, fir.pl.c.. 1 oc.
p.m. 36" Raggedy Ann 25" $16,. hook.
$10, alto :20% off ale on 12/09 2tpd 12/16 20"' $13. doll port, waiher/dryer lake, heat JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY timber."
all new glauware. W. PIANO Kohler,, Campbell $25. Glgham doll 25" up. $213 mo. First last, available Nov. to April 1, 964-6078. Order alto BA Fireplace. Like new.

also hove doll.,. cowboy iplnet connote, new condition $16. 964-5470 rag otter 5. 522 and .security 468-1509. no pet*; deposit required taken In lak BUtler,. *.
hat, *t oet. cloth.., I I. never ued good 12/09 2tpd 12/16. 3332366. 11/18 tfn 496-3079 and ..
W. Madison Starke Keyttone
horn valu. MOBILE HOME 2 bedroomon $53.000.
household Item, used $1,500. S.II FULLY FURNISHED Apart- 473.4973.2/26 tfn
tire., electric guitar. '750. 9647138. 12/09 tfn daytime. 12/161tchg GruNts Loop first last m.nt. 2900 .q. ft. CH/A. Height ( ) home. S38.00O.
tpeoker,, 8-trock and a I ACRES with eptlc tank 12/16 HAY 782.3752. plus deposit no pet*. 964-5289. Itchg 12/16 FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS _, gar. 3-bldg. t A.; 4
drained III) and 2 Inch well. Itchg St. Auguttlne patturei
whol. lot more. Come ee 9648816. 12/09 2tpd
2 BR
SWEET POTATO $8bush.l on 144 W. Call St.
$1,500: down. 964-5773 or Financed.
and ticker the
get a on 12/16.
964-5563. 12/16. 2tchg Jerry Whltehead Loop. No p.ts. 964-8077. ,,,.7303 $3.000 A, termt.
drawing for a free turkey i 964-61.7.12/2 12/9 LOT FOR RENT! Suitable for
Dec. 22. This i 12/23 2tchg Open dawn S 10%
given double wid.
away Ingle car or '
That Shop Corner of 16 AM-FM RADIO $2;' tron- WANTEDAXLES T.W.SP. 9 HI 5:30 nd.. 2350 .q. ft.
mobile home. For Information
and 301. 964-4029. 12/16 sister, 50 cent; electric Thur. 11 AM Ml 7 PM on 2 A.Creat .I.wl
1223OARAGE'SALEt razor SS; tape recorder For Sal call 9645871. 12/09 Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM water 1600 ft.
2tchg I TIRES 2 axlef- 4
SIS brown ihoe 12/16
$5 2tpd
Sat., Dec. uniform; hat brown $5:; Automatic fish sealer. For 2 BEDROOM! I'/i bath furnlshed tlr.....W* pick-up $100; Appdntm.ntsNot 0.000 mtg.,8'/, S8S.OOO.
IB, Item from a to t, 514 lamp. $5. 964-5683. 12/16 the fisherman who think.h. mobile home. Call You deliver $125. Olin. Alwey Necry .. 8 MH tpacet, ,
W. Adkln St.,12/16Itchg, Itpd hot everything! Great Mobil. Home Sale., Hwy. 1/7 ffnIAYSITfNG ,,600. near Country Club.
after 5 In afternoon,
,PIT BULL PUPPIES extra Christmas gift. Call Ervln: Thereito of 100 W Starke. 964-5606. Toddler and ",.500. financing,
CARS & large' good temperment.', Trlett 473-3454. 468-1980.. area WANTED TO BUY SILVER up. 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Will QUA. owner fin.
Rd.' 12/09 12/16
male*, female avail obi.. 18. 2tchg COINS 1964 and older. pick-up from school Coll BR, 1'/ B. frplc.
TRUCKS Wormed vet checked 2 BEDROOM furnished opt., filled. lot*. $40.000. .
Sterling gold or gold Brooder 485-1861. 9/23 tin
HELP. air conditioned A heat, call r..t location $/7.00.
SI 00 ph. 485-1564.
J. R. Bullington 964-6250 CHILD CARE My horn. Two
80 CHEVBTTIi 4 spd., AC. 12/1621pe1 12/23 964-6201 after p.m. 12/09 1% B, new. $35.000.
rear window defogger, WASHING MACHINES G.E. WANTEDREAL 2tchg 12/16. ROOMATE WANTED 'To opening. 2 to 5 year Art ......, $18.000..
sports model. clean refrlg., opt. stow, sofa ft .2 BEDROOM' TRAILER Inlawtay. share houe on Klngsley activities, exerclie*, learning ( ) workshop M,500.
Lak. month plus
3500. 964-6603. 12/2 chair kit. table w/4 chair. ESTATE SALESPEOPLE 1 'bath. $165 $130 per actlvltle 964-5610. term
1/2, of Utilities.
3tchg 12/16 gal wot.r heater, call Scholarship available for 11/11 IfnCUSTOM 24200.
month plus $35 deposit.
'197 TOYOTA, LWB.S.pd.,, after 4 p.m. .964-7283 or unlicensed persons. ERA 7823332. 7823296. 12/16 53-2810 after 5:30. 12/16 FARM SERVICES ) tcrnd. porch. $24.000.
s 9648276. 12/16 Itpd Faulkn.rIIlty. 964-5065,; LIVE IN COMPANION For Bulldozing land clearing
I radio, heater, CB radio added $22.500.
FIREWOOD. FOR SALE Oak SAT.. SUN''' POSITIONS Itpd elderly lady Call 9646113.
tiding rear window; whit. ;' plowing disking gross .
or pin.. ...'*. length 24" to Dependable p.non to TWO 1 BEDROOM houses onJohn.on 12/16 tfn truck Salesman.''
poke tire*, excellent condition planting tpreoder ''.6593
401'. 1/2 cord Lak.. I at $200 WHITE CHRISTIAN LADY On I ;
price $30' work nock bar at Waldo I .
:Low highway mil*. tervlce, fertilise, lime. Salmon '".5311
firewood oak or month and 1 'at $150 social need
crap Flea Market Food tervlce security a
$3500.' Jackionvllle, teed, dolomite. Call .'''''"- 44-7454
pin. $10 truckload. Sun. month. On. 2 bedroom place to IIv. to shore low
and .
879-1143 12/09 or management experience Hom.r Hart Saletman.475-1477
anytlm 4962093.
hlne Acre. w..t 16 Call. preferred. Call trailer at Rldg.wood expenie* and hove had .
tfn 9647699. W. load for you for ODDOlntment, 4682255. E.tal.:200: month. First, CPR training. N..d 11/11 tin
fibrglo fender, ,hood 1 between 9-30: a.m. to 2:30: BR ADPO R NION' lat month rent $50 reference and need own MotorcycleLAMI.mA
m. Mon-Frl. 12/16 tfn .
run. good 110 LB and GUIDANCE CLINICS Seepage deposit. 4732578. 12/16 tranportation. 468-2619.
great go. w Ight-s.t
mileage need more fixing bench, $40. 533-2810\ after one of B-Sectlon.,,, tfn 12/16 ItchgWANTED 200 2.251 mil*. I :; / WI o\}
,.and paint $SW firm.ngyc7t ,5:3O.12/161tcttg: :" '. -!!_' -. sMAll:f RAILER ori Sampson Spar wheel tlr* and rocksFaring"'Wittr"Wind.hi.tdw .:::::;,.
t'1O/'O9' fd'"t I'IJ'fIUM'DUG-hl....P8tdfaltf'JI, F-..'. F P"t' Lake, access to dock and '. :ok'-
197 FORMULA $7bu.hel. 9647065. No 7 (5f 7V Vrt! flshJnflV( : .94.6/08,112/46 ,
Firebird PS 2 Brick Cottages total cod$1708 *al. $750.
r n. PDL. air, auto low, onsw.r call 7823292. Itchg TO BUY W. Owen 416 N. WalnutSt.

mile.. AM/FM stereo.,lot 12/16 Itchg 571 Call St. ,FURNISHED APARTMENT, .. Stark., Flo. 9645593. I E.D.S.
Raccoon.;Ottor '
offer over $6500. 964-6604 HAY FOR SALE Larg rolls and, 569 Call St. J located 237 S. Thompson, no collect call. 12/16 2tpd l

after 3 p.m., anytime{ Coastal Arg.ntinaohia Burmuda mixed. ,964.6491SRICDBIeG no children, no pet. Bobcat 12/23 Co.
w..k.nd.., ,964-5137,
22tpd I 94.6234.12/16 Itchg
$25 I $30 per roll. J.M. Edward )) :
12/16. ( )-495.2$38-Doug
Jr., Edward Rd, HOMES Ise4TAGr'o
JEEPS, truck, under '
car '964-7376. 12/16 .'pel1/6 .
$100 avallobl. at' localgcVt. LAYING HENS SI a head FOR SALE .Together

!*ole' In your area.. A68-1 985., Hampton,', Fla. i For Loato REPAIR SERVICE ."'
Call (refundable) 12/16 Itpd 2,000 Sq.Ft. Building NEEDMONEY
CBS HOME 3 BR, 1V4 bath e.MIM.
1-619-569-0241, ext. 5121 HIGHLY FERTILIZED ppllanc
Argentina I
On US-301 South : T..'-11
for. directory on how to Bahia Hay-.M. Edwards Call 964-6020 ? .licenced .Bonded garog., utll. rm. on 1 acre, 1*p...L..". ......1.....
ttI.I.purchase. 24 hr*. 12/08 Ph. 94.5319.12/09' .Low Rate. 1 ml. S. of Raiford off ?N Mrs

\"Stpd 12/23 ..tpell2130 Use Your Home Equi .Call 94-4387 SR-121. $29000.% loan
TW FAIRMONT VENTURA 1 12/09 2tpd 12/16 $6,000 down 90% loan
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!.. "S"ot ng. Phone333VJ1' ; .! For Sal. ty. We ,,make 1st & S3,000 dawn FHA I

: yptje1: ;216Jttad i Fancy, icalloped, double 3200 Sq.. Ft.Warehouse. 2nd Call faa available at I1H % ONLY
pedestal. solid weed. Mtgs. .us, 431-1489. 12/162fpd 12/23 ,

; round table with one .**.. quota. \\3
1 Classified Ads S2SO. Ala 7 chair*. $30 1.000 iq. H. office or retail
; *ech.i "> ', area leedlng dock. 100 H. 964.5010 : Classified Ads. bath central H/A

j gnTi Get Results uVi i, : 964-7138 off UV301 North. Cash Available We Get Results and carpeting

>M' .... Call 964-5294 .

,.44..,.HV8w.ti1iLiuILJl.>',,-'i-.l' .c ".f .. ., .r--.I':I... --- ."r' i j ....L , 3uy 1st 4:2nd,: Ktgs.an lot
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SmdlCruchodumcrockWilding: C .
,t, d .:11: "1 ( a.', Send ft OrwrSeptic 964-5010 .: :

t '',"lengc tamp 1M.rpr ipps a As.oclat.s. I Iwi' } T." Dralnf'Md RocksPhon.782.3172 Washed Buffed 964.6853 i
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II.OU.hO.;,.a Real l Estate: need, give Us a call.w.or.a'': -4 .Monday through Seturaey I by professional,

j3efTibert! o"REINET-a listing..rvic.that, give your1 I ALLEN I.TAYLOR, I PIONEER Homes Inc.
L--.. Johnel at Citgo ,
; property national and Int.rnatlanal.xposur.. Call. today :

If you.are LISTING or BUYING." ELECTRIC CO. Comer of 16 Florida
::. U.S.Ml South J I ."' \Trailer Pol. Special l ; AVAILABLE

; Michael. B. .-,, Realtor ,, ?>,;! ,)' i ii', 10% Financing 200AMP-S250, Phone I FHA
'.; Doy-'U-7oa' iv ong.'4.R27,'**m'" '1 '3 .i',J IA Doublewlde. Mobile home en *acre. Many Delivered Anywher

'; : Fl. 1.eoo4d..1. ,".>,.sV ./ fruit. tree*. 27500. .In Bradford County .
.. Nice Building lot.f
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: 0 ''''' trailer here -
o park your clot t* Crosby L.k. .boetramp. -
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.>Well. optic light pel*.,, Nice young tree* ''
f > VACUUM. j $'$7,400. Regfliste.4f
: Just What
; Santa ,
EAMES'{ I f SALE' i, I r ordered. L.,..flreplece' this 3 BR,1 BA block home. Gtui!
1 .. CH/A. fan Much Oil &, Gas
MEW .o ec" .Celling. more. "'.100., .
", '': I jj;, I'OuEO; HURRY I t \.. TV

HEATING t We Finan .. ,*' ;Watch YourMonoy Grow,, ..If..
It h'SERVICE" .> \.KmBYs'' './ I; on tfite....r farm. 4-MnSOO chicken how** appro. ,301 S. Thompson St. 964-MM- -"'

;,. 1 .' "', ROYALS .'.''' mostly 3O ecre:2 huM-One 3 BR, 1 IAI other fa 2II. .

"- ""v i fi r EUREKAS .'jtiwt [ ,*,.. BA. Good Income reported olo'good ownerftnenclng. .r "

0..a Hefai' / *HOOVERS'''' .$200.008.',, I
t ,. Lots of loom Hr.
't.o: ELECTROLUX"It. f '. > CO ,
.+' ''C. "*.1" I .FJLD. In 1h1. 3 ii. X BA block ......largo .Ihrlng. .room, dln i :: CO' t m
1'oI.ft. ;,
Cil.c&.d ,"" !, .",' 'd" t.' 'leg room, kitchen, .laundry and femlfy.-- freetending -< ,
f 'a :: i SEARS ._ fireplace. ... '
en one $43.000.: For
'. .' ', ..1 ; WMINERC/AL,1'/ ", ; Fireplaces. qO
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I, 1l"' ;/"", ,..,;y h'.'. ''AV) 8 repair all makes: I i1iAIvYoung's I'\ I, .H.rbWalk.r.AsBoclGt.A ; &:Wood Heaters ;

:, aR! ,.,.{c... r ") ;,,".a951 . from Wishbone
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: : WISHES ,YOU HAPPY HOLIDAYS!* CLOSI TO SCHOOL 3... I BA.cia...*...*k. wr Day .
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lA1i .Out suggestion iaifts titt everyone' will enjcpfr COMFORT* ICOZYt2u.lBAC/Ih..n Ji r' 3 M.-lVfr BA. twi-

:r ; Lyy oy.M. '; 14'.cns\ Energy rtHcUnt. Flreelee*. low Wd but; .tty 4 Ac. $...500.-
1 :f: M 2.3Susadd4 tar.tta'''- '''"' ;f*;. $4.111." .. ..' :i j : .

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-' 1 tfclng 1 "chain- saws- even' under that >dition*, br in thick underbrush'where" you "feel"aa if':you'are l hi 'control of 'the jA..:saw*fimt/wtib.bitt 1 WLM: .Iv .; -T' b.alD.an are Ii necessary tool forUM
f\- BCT Staff Writer best of conditions is dangerous,so you your footing is unsure. Study the tree the saw. There should be a hand .Use-the proper 1Zrl'4.' ,;,.ttw'' a well- timber harvester and a recreational -
The chain saw, once considered to must use one, do your best to removeor you are about to cut. Determine guard in front of the forward handle balanced stance, feet apart, one foot toy for the homeowner. The
be an exclusive tool of the timber control the hazards involved. positively where tiosaare will fall. The'saw should have guide bars to ily forward and don the chain saw can be equally dangerousfor
harvester has become common tool Many cutting Inherent reduce kickback.Chainbrakes safety saw let the saw do the ww for you. either.Whether you use it as a tool
In nearly all areas of the state and EnvironmentWind )ly 'dangerous. Until your are experienced tips, ,throttle locks, chain catchers Always work on the upbtil side of the or a toy respect the machinery involved
especially in!the Bradford-Union-Clay ,rain, fire the terrain and the don't attempt to cut when and bumper spikes are all additional tree or log? and rest.often. to .avoid ; maintain the saw properly,
county areas due to the availability tree Itself are all environmental you are not positive of the results. safety features you should seek in a fatigue: use it safely and it will be a productive -
and easy access firewood here. hazards to be considered. Avoid cutting new chain saw. and satisfying tool for you.
With this Increased popularity the trees on windy days Rain leads 'Equipment Hasards Study the operator's manual for' .. .
use of this tool(some people use It as to slips and falls wait until the Buy the right caln saw for you and proper maintenance and safe use.'A .. 'I. '
more of a toy than anything else) hast weather improves. A spark a hot your needs. Seriously question purchasing chain saw must be properly maintain' e.,.,.,. ,,, ., .
created new safety hazards for tht muffler,spilled gasoline and lot,dry or renting a used saw. It ed to be "'e. This includes keeping People Haar4a '
r homeowner. weather are all fire hazards. Repairthe might easily be the wrong saw for the teeth sharP, having correct cha! can afford ;"w.'you
Next to the power lawn mower the muffler, allow the chain saw to )'out your needs and most likely will tension and : proper cannot 'CII'd to be without protectiveequipment.
chain saw causes more serious accidents cool down before refueling,carry fuel not have the safety features of a new lubrication, the engine aDd tuned .' Trim fitting clothes, a
than any other tool used only in safety cans and don't cut trees saw.Check so that the chain stops moving hard hat, bearing protection.devices.
around the home and farm. Actually when weather conditions create the balance of the saw 'In when the throttle Is released. safety hardtoedshoe
I the chainsaw IB much more serious fire hazards. your hands. It should not tip forward, Follow all operating instructions aDOlHl1p. equip..
dangerous than the lawn mower. Don't attempt to use a chain saw on back or to the side. The hand grips found in the operator's manual.Place ment., ,,are, lumen being are the only
else '
Cham saws are used by fewer people steep slopes, in wet and slippery con should be located and designed so that the saw on the ground to starts.Hold I eeaomeaded, .". animals that can blush.,
and for less time but cause nearly as L.La

t many Chain accidents.saw accidents are frequentand
serious. A 23-year-old male suffered SaturdayDec.
lacerations to his eye,forehead'
and cheek. A 16-year-old male died
from massive hemorrhage a chain I 18th
saw cut into his nose and eyebrow, .
narrowly missing his right eye. A
39-year-old lacerated his left hand.
These are but a sample of the 123.000 6-10 pm
I chain saw accidents in the United
I, i. States last year. Umlted Quantities
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sale sale $8.97 sale 1600Reg.

I _. 24" Sale

The Starke Nursing Home was full 20 Piece '
I j of scouts last Thursday afternoon,all CM-IZ Reg. 22.96 ,
}) in good voice. Approximately 150 ] BB'sReg. "
Dinnerware Set Daisy ,;
scouts sang Christmas carols for the Mr. Coffee *
})1 residents there. Big thank you to all I i
\\1. who participated. I Ii Stock No. AAA Reg.. 18.94 43 :e .
) The Christmas parade also had along Ani Porcelain Tableware Service for 4 J
line of scouts last Saturday after- 00 $1400 .
1 noon. Great to see all the green and $ 3/1 sale

\I brown After uniforms.the parade Cadette Troop 520 sale 9 0 0 Sale '. Mlnl- rcad Reg. 49.96

11 prepared a spaghetti supper for the .
':' Hampton Cadette troop.Leader of the Galaxian &
\; troop is Faye Dailey, her assistant is,
,'i Andrea Abrams. Faye is also Ouster' ,
_" Chairman. Good supper, but venyj*! PEPSI" .. Pac Man
t smelly, right Cadettes? French By Coming.Preslone K Reg. 4.47 gal. V .
) Brownie Troop 311 held their Investiture Favors 2 Liter : 9 6
") First Friday Presbyterian night, Nov. 19 Church,at the White Collection i! Anti-Freeze L .' sale 3'9 '

)I Fellowship Hall. Seven new scouts No. F370.Hosless Set-Reg. 33.87 0 .
; received their Brownie pins, they $ 0 0 J .
were Melissa Gros, Michelle Hodges,
13 Amy King Kimberly Gross, Amy $2000 sale v> gal.
Chassidy Fowler and Kerry sale I e
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An Fall
\- The Brownies also received their _
1 awards for their participation in QSP. -# ;
) Sally Coins, a second year Brown, L- Fabric
received her membership star and a .

World The Association, pin. "" .. .,., ... J.. c ,' .. p'. "
tour trIa..who attended:the ... ''''''1 ''n
I neighborhood t. campout .at ,Camp .1. 'blalroT( .20 InstantHairseffer 5U'fOoffeg" ,'
Chowenwaw received a patch. t-.
Cookies made by the Brownies the
previous week and other goodies were .
/: served to their parents.
Ix Susan Coins in the leader of this Reg. 22.88 Pyrex y Coming Sampo 12" BWTelevision
Brownie troop. Big thank you to the
(II Presbyterians for providing the fFireside Naturals .0.' \ '
meeting place. $1 500 .
Junior Troop 614 is currently work- sale r 8"/21cm Sq Cake Dish No. 2220 .
ing on their Dancer badge. They $
j", entertained parents and guests with a '. 5 996
dance demonstration Monday Nov. 396 $
29. Leaders of that troop are Diane 4 Tier Reg. 32.88 Reg. 5.96 Sale -, : Rg. 74" Sale ._
Tierney and Elaine Colhngs. Thanks .
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to Small World (
Nursery for providing

J a meeting A big thank place for you the to troop.the Starke Spiral Table French By Corning Ladies.Corduroy Rag 14," (

Woman Club for the generous dona- Brass with Glass Top Pants & ,"
tion they made to scouting. The "While Collection
.. money will be given directly! to the $ '
$1 troops planning.,which will Thanks be used ladies.in their program sate I 2 000 UsyMerry' No. F330 Reg. 23.96 Gauchos (


( -'- ,sale $1.500 i' sale $1000

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a very popular item with "' t '
) homeowners. The primary I Shirts -... .: ". e .
,\ reason for its popularity ia;. Sewing Basket -

('i) because printed carpets are *4.97 :TLC.:3..22.: Rg. 44.96 .
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\ tern with dyes on carpets and >
t rugs. This can be done by screen Bath Crock Pot .e e, .
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) carpets are both I .
f: long lasting 1.00 $ 00 '
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