Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 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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Three new restaurants, 'a new built on US-301 south between the
motel a mini-shopping center, new Western Steer and Captain D's, and
07... Am (4 ,' d office buildings, a new dental office, a just across the road from Bradford
new hardware store a new apart. Square. Contractor Steve Whitehead I
ment complex, a doubling in the size is the builder and owner.
,,1; r: of the local hospital.,., the list goes on Shooting for a mid-March opening,
of planned commercial construction Tillman says he's back in Starke. He
,k' ,in 1983. owned Sonny's Bar-B-Q here until
selling to Blaine Thompson in 1978.
Is Bradford booming? The new restaurant will be called
Fisherman's Reef or the Inner Reef,
s a S SI Sis St It may not be a boom but things are whichever name Is available.
certainly picking updespite the Daily fresh seafood will be the
recession and high interest rates. maintstay of Tillman's new eatery.
Local businessmen are high on the "The people of Starke were real goodto
aroma of the expanding businesses. me the three years I was here. I
"It's a positive thing," says local decided to bring back the services
"'t businessman and Development they don't have," Tillman stated. He
Authority member Gus Kopelousos. plans to serve anything available at
Red Lobster, West Coast Seafood or
Riverside Opens... Strickland's at Jacksonville Beach.

Kicking off 1983 by opening its doorsin Tillman, who is making his home on
a record 59 days is Riverside Santa Fe Lake and has been busy
Uniform on Edwards Road. Riverside remodeling the home he bought from
officials from the headquarters in Steve Whitehead, says he will hire
local people and do business with
Moultrie Ga. were In Starke Wednesday
to cut the ribbon to open the new local banks.
plant, the company's first expansionof
its unform rental division. Mini-Shopping Center...
The six new employees of Riversidewere The seafood restaurant is the first
actually washing and drying building of Steve Whitehead's planned
& v uniforms Wednesday morning as city 3-building mini-shopping center.In .
; ; *% c and county officials toured the new addition to 'the restaurant,
: $800,000 plant.Tillman Whitehead plans two more buildingsof
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is Back... back into action after several years of

Attorney's Office for Bessent; Saltzman, and Moody... Work on two new seafood relative inaction, Steve is looking for
tennants.See .
New offices for the legal firm of Bessent Saltzman, and Moody are going Frank Hill right, and Raymond 11111 were working Monday with Jamesup restaurants is under way in earnest.
directly. north of and across the street from the county courthouseDiggs.. Jerry Ely Is contractor for the project and John Diggs is.the subcontractor Dick Tillman is going to lease the ( Building Boom.... P.3A)
for the masonry work. ', h 4,360 square restaurant being
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1 1Packa] eStore'f r- Midway_ <* Shopping Center* Rejected 1 1In

a unanimous 4-0 vote the Bradford County Board of Adjustment Tues- tion to other tenants in the shopping center since they would have to share
day night denied the application for a special exception to allow operation of 1rr4K the increased cost of higher insurance rates if a liquor store were allowed to
a package store in Midway Shopping Center at the intersection of Roads 21 ; operate there.
and 21-B between Keystone Heights and Melrose Carol II. Bartholic, a resident of Geneva Lake Estates, pointed out that a
An overflow crowd of protesting Santa Fe Lake area residents applaudedas package store was not in conformity with the definition of special exceptions
the final aye vote was cast. AI Richardson vice-chairman:: of the board which should be issued only for uses that would "promote public
made the motion to deny following a brief summation of reasons for his ac nealth, safety, welfare, morals, order, comfort, convenience, appearance,
tion. He declared the proposed use to be out of keeping! with the "primarily prosperity or the general welfare" of a neighborhood.James .
neighborhood type community." Richardson pointed up the need lo 7 f Rio, of Melrose, said in order to control increased traffic another
"recognize the input of people in the area" who strongly opposed the entrance to the shopping center would be necessary "coming in by Mr.
package store. 4 d Mac's restaurant." .
Tom Stalnaker, a resident of Geneva Lake Estates for the past seven
The motion was seconded by board member Robert Scott, with the three years, said he was opposed to raising his children in a neighborhood where a
additional members,Chairman Jim Womack,John King,and Bill Wilson ad- k. liquor store was allowed in such close proximity to churches.Jim .
ding their approval. w$ Smith of Indian Beach drew applause when he said the claim that the
Attorney Terry Brown, representing the package store interests, said fiirax package store would remain closed on Sundays and open only during "nor-
after the meeting that his client would not appeal the Board of Adjustment's. mal business hours" was so much "horse mud."
decision. "They believe in the democratic process and feel that the people of Gainesville attorney Sandra Bieber, owner of Bradford County's newly
the area have spoken with their strong opposition to the proposed special exception issued liquor license, denied Smith's charges and said the store would be
," Brown said. managed by her husband and would abide by all restrictions set by the
board. She was awarded the license in a lottery held by the State Beverage
Zoning Director L. M. Gaines said the'procedure now would be for the Commission in the Bradford County courthouse last fall.
Board of Adjustment to prepare its Finding of Fact (reasons for its action)
for presentation to the County Commission for review within 15 days of Tuesdays ._ .. .,; Administrative
meeting. The Commission does not have the right to reverse the decision
Gaines said. Unpopular Stand... Zoning ApprovedIn
a brief Zoning Board meeting held prior to the BA session unanimous
Brown had the lonesome task of speaking for the package
The give and take between Brown'and opposing residents was com- Attorney Terry and approval was given to administrative rezoning of 391 acres along both sides
store In Midway shopping center, halfway between Keystone Heights
paratively low-key compared to some past zoning donnybrooks. the of Speedville Road, between SR-21 and 21B, from RSF-1 (single family
Opponents burst into laughter at one point when Brown, in his rebuttal, Melrose on SR-21; at CR21B. To a man, area residents overflowing residential) to RSF-MH. allowing a mix of mobile homes and single family
said the package store would be a "class, clean operation-no problems." In meeting room at the special exception hearing for the package store laughedat residences.
his opening remarks Brown said residents were laboring under a misconception Brown" when he said the owners plans a "class'clean operation no pro- The change was opposed by Sarah K. Wood, widow of the late George D.
that the proposed store would be a lounge rattier than a tightly supervised blems. Wood, owner of a large tract of land bordering Indian Lake west of Speed
package store that he maintained would not harm the character of the yule Road. Mrs. Wood said she had plans for developing the tract and that
neighborhood. He admitted there might be additional traffic congestion but mobile homes would be a detriment to the type development she planned.She .
said that any type business that opened in the shopping center would mean and the nearby United Methodist Church, stating that a package store would said that Speedville Road is "the front door' to her property and that she
additional traffic. He said the store would operate during normal business not be compatible with the family oriented community. He said the Midway had cooperated fully with the county in the present paving of the road.
hours in keeping with other stores in the center and would not have Sunday parking lot was already congested and that the church lot across 21-B Developer Jack Courtnay, who also owns property along Speedville Road
sales that might be objectionable to nearby churches. He also pointed out already gets overflow parking from the shopping center.McKellips expressed favored t the change, saying mobile homes are already common in the area. t
that the Board of Adjustment could write any restrictions. it desired into the fear that once the special exception was granted, the package store mightbe Gaines also defended the zoning change, saying it would fulfil a need for affordable -
special exception. expanded into a lounge or other objectionable use. (mobile homes) housing in the area.
Alan McKellips, Gainesville architect who resides on Santa Fe Lake, Board member Bill Wilson's motion for approval of the rezoning was
\presented" two,,petitions' signed by members of Faith Presbyterian: Church U. W, Bales; of Midway, TV Service,said the. board should give considera unanimously approved by the board. '

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Top :Priority Assigned to State Purchase of Santa Fe Swamp I

\iTop"priority has been assigned'to the 5,300-acre Santa Fe possibility of obtaining additional funds under the CARL (Conservation include the drop In oil prices, permitting problems (the Depart
Swamp by the Suwannee River Water Management District for and Recreation Lands) program administered by the ment of Natural Resources last week announced its intent to
'possible purchase by the state as an endangered wetland., Florida Department of Natural Resources. deny GP's application for dredge and fill, and waste water treat
,,I 'The action was taken Dee.'lS at the SRWMD meeting in Live' Morgan said that Georgia-Pacific Corporation, owner of the ment system permits in Cow Bay in Putnam County), adverse
:Oak, where,tho swamp was rated 100%in an evaluation process .swamp,which had said earlier it was not Interested in sale of the public and political reaction, and the threat of use of eminent domain
Ht, !used by the agency'indeterminiqa the Importance of an en- tract, has recently Indicated it would now be"interested in talk powers by the state under the Save Our Rivers bill. Emi
.,:,. I 'dangered,land to the..Suwaahee-.t lvef.basut.+The Brunswick ing" to SRWMD after the first of the year. nent domain is the power of the State to take property for publicuse
.,-' ... tract tarattbe" Georgia Ii e.was also rated. 100%, but Santa Fe Georgia-Pacific purchased the swamp with the intention of with payment of compensation to the owner.
... 'Swamp was given the No.?'I priority..,; .. mining its peat content as an alternate source of energy for Its
.. Don Morgan, executive director of the SRWMD based in Live Palatka plant which. now annually burns 407,000 barrels of Morgan said that SWRMD has authority to use eminent domain
,:;. ..__TBUIOA9.Dor.30CI1y Oak said the District had $2 million on hand in documentary Bunker-C oU. powers on property for water storage., purposes which
Zoning 7 '"o.M..rd'''Mooting'- t.- tamp.tag: money under the Save Our.Rivers, ,bill, with- the Morgan said factors affecting.GP's change In position might could possibly be applied to wetlands. .

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,' arodforrf Mooting County-.-iJO.Commission A.M. Georgia Pacific, Petitions, for Reversal of Permit Denial -I

LCoufldt" Georgia-Pacific' Corporation has facts" from the Cow Bay project on waste water treatment in Cow Bay I. nearby Simms Creek which receives "We normally do not issue permits
7iJO P.M.sr.dlord petitioned for an administrative hear- which to base later petitions for mining Both were denied. Similar petitionsfor water from the swamp.GeorgiaPacific's when DER opposes them" said Vic
ing ,on last .week's denial,; by. the peat In the 5,300-acre Santa Fe Cow Bay II, a smaller tract owned pea t.mlnlng Anderson, project engineer in the'
County School) ML Department of Environmental Swamp in Bradford County, Wade were rejected as plans received second setback the corps' Jacksonville office.
Workshop 7 '-A- Regulation, of permits for operating a Hopping, counsel for the Corporation riot being within D>'R '. jurisdiction. same day when the U.S. Army Corpsof Tallahassee for
pilot peat-harvesting project on 148 said Tuesday. Environmental officials said they Engineers said it would also refuse the administrative hearing. If a hear.. ,
LlfUO.4 .-T., acres of Cow Bay In Putnam County., ping said Georgia.Pacific has 'denied the application because the to issue permits for Georgia-Pacific ing is granted, an administrative '
:IStoifco City Council Permits had been sought by sought two permits, one for dredge proposed project would degrade in the face of a. denial by the state
Mooting 7:00 P.M. Georgia-Pacific to obtain "scientific. and Oil, work, and one for industrial water quality in Cow Bay as well as agency. (See G-P Petitions._ .., P,3A>


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1-1 tSrke by .
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Garden Blooming... $8.5 Million

+\\"J' "The Garden is blooming again" t ,4r James Davis has moved his Davis Building permits for 1982 are ex

says Robbie Robinson of Express trucking business to US-301 pected to be around J8.5 million.$1.5
SLAugustine. who will offer home- south where he built new facilities. million increase over the '81 total ofPermits
style cooking In the front of the 301-N. Davis has been in the long-distance
restaurant,a Starke landmark before hauling business since 1972. He now have been bought for 97
fire destroyed part of the t building two has 15 trucks and is slowly growing. permanent homes in 1982 Just two
years ago. The back room which baa His new. larger garage makes it a lot less than the 99 of 1981 despite the
live tree growing In it,will bea .. easier to handle everything, Davis
a pecan YVNpNv r+asAvua> ,wy? .,y A.y high interest rates. There have been
raw oyster bar and lounge. says. 248 permits issued for new mobile
Owner Gus Kopelouso is leasing ti ,1 s"I tp. Zoning Is being sought for a bowl- homes compared to 223 in 1981
the Garden to Robinson who the .
will continue to call the restaurant the -
Garden because of ita excellent 3,7r '
reputation.Robinson. ATaijfuiTT.
who baa owned RamadaInn I y'Y
and Holiday Inn restaurants in
Jacksonville, now lives In General Medicine

Starke.St.Augustine but plans to move to Announces the opening of his office at
Latest word Is that Mrs. Lorene r t ta
Nunnery still plans to build a steak STARKE PLAZANext
and seafood restaurant on the north
part of the Carden property on US-301 ( to Pantry Pride)
south. The Telegraph was unable to
contact Mrs. Nunnery at her Hialeah Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Fri. 9.12 Sat.
home to get word directly from her.
PHONE 964.4668uc03
Motel Set on 301-N...

J.E. Milligan,local accountant and
Roger Jones, manager of Griffin Industries f
at Hampton have plans to ,
build a 30-unit independent motel on
the south portion of the Carden property Seafood Restaurant...
adjacent to Mrs. Nunnery's
restaurant but are waiting. Milligan Dicky Tillman Is back In town. He's going to lease this new building on
says, on word from Mrs. Nunnerythat US-301 south,'between>> Captain D's and the- Western Steer from contractor
she is definitely going to( build the Steve Whitehead.
restaurant. Three new restaurants may be la the offing for the Starke area. The ( New Yellr
"We have plans,the money,and the Garden Restaurant Is being remodeled for a second seafood restaurant, anda
: contractor," says Milligan and work new restaurant Is being talked for the Carden property just south of Starke. .
: could start soon. Tentative name of plus TiUman's restaurant above.
,: the motel will be The American Family the New Year as it un'folds-
Inn. Steve Hayes will be the con- More Apartments... -A mobile home sales firm called / May
: tractor. The initial phase will be 30 Skyline Home Center, is expected to
: units, with more to come later Construction on a million dollar be opened by Michael Hall In the near bring you happiness and peace.
40-unit apartment complex called future on property on 301-N in Starke, 9
; Downtown Action... Starke Apartments Limited, is ex- and owned by Thora Prince and
pected to get under the near Marian Gunning,who recently sought
: war.In
In downtown Starke, Roy Jackson
future by Stokes & and got rezoning for that purpose.
who owns and Roy'sGrocery
operates on 6 acres northeast of Brownlee
!' on West Call Street, has Road CR-229, in Starke. Owner is
: bought a lot on the corner of Call and Stokes & Co. of Jacksonville which
: Church Streets in east SLarke, and has built at least six complexes in /
plans to build a new grocery store. Florida and north Georgia. 'W.VMW
i A Hodges Hardware might be in the '
The complex was first proposed on
offing after Roy Jackson vacates the
Bessent Road in east Starke but opposition
: grocery store. E.W. Hodges plans to by residents there caused the \
I remodel adding a wood front to the site to be moved when property 1\ ale $:.
building, owned by S.G. Denmark became available in west Starke.
and put in a full line of hardware.

I Bish Bishop is moving his Sears More Pluses...
Catalog Store to a remodeled service MppywMay \
station on the corner of Madison and offices
l New are under constructionby
; Church Streets. The Sears store is the law firm of Bessent, Moody,
I! now closed for moving and inventory '
Salzman. The new building is .
i and will reopen at 9 a.m. Jan. 6 in the
north of the
directly county courthouse -
new location. o you have a
on Georgia Street. Contractoris
Bishop bought the building from
Jerry Ely.
John Torode, and says it will be more happy and ioyou'sholiday

convenient with more parking and The CPA firm of Davis, Monk & .
will be more attractive. Farnsworth is looking for a site on
which to build new offices in Starke
Hospital to Expand... .
within the
coming year l'j.
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looking to double its size In a $7 eA mobile home sales and repair 'I :; :' '
million building program. Tentative business is expected on US-301 northof 8adcock_ 2 I '

plans call for some 27,000 square feet Lawtey by Milton Weeks on property .o8L.Io. ...I ; .ContainerCorporation i '
of additional space to house 54, or bought from Jerome Johns which ,- "- -FurnitureCenter
perhaps more, rooms. The addition was recently reclassified for that pur-
will include a new entrance facing pose.A mobile home park is also supposed of AmericaStarke
Colley Road, new facilities for to go in on property owned by A joyful New Year's i :

emergency operating, recovery, Johns north of Lawtey. greeting to all of our
Starke Fl
sterile supply physical therapy
radiology and public works opera- John Curies has added mini- wonderful friends 964-5289
tions. storage buildings in the rear of his and customers.
The present structure will be Suzuki of Starke business on 301-S. *. I
remodeled for the administrative sec Jones
tion, including laboratory itorage, Ken Teal has made a substantial If
dietary, maintenance, business of- addition to his Teal Tile & Carpet
fice, medical records, and a fitness business on the corner of Cherry and I i 4

center. VS. Jefferson Streets in Starke. Craft ShopWe )



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:: Lodges No. :35 Installs.view? Officers...
rahlpfttl Master James E.Watson Heater front heads the 1W2-83
slate*f officers.f Bradford Ledge No.; U.,The new officers are (l-c)J
L Front row: Treasurer Archie Tanner. Senior Warden Robert S.MuUl..I. '
Worshipful Master James E. Watson, Junior Warden Vernon r
Parmenter Senior Steward Doyle Thomas.
Back row Junior Steward Mark OUn. Tyler Curtis Lee Marshal SM ,
Shuford. Chaplain Walter II. Lee, Secretary Herbert Green Junior
,, Deacon Dwight Elder.Not shown: Senior Deacon Jesse Meyers.

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I G-P Asks Administrative Hearing on Permit DenialFrom

( Page 1A) ding waters, either in solution or in Federation, said he was pleased with Georgia-Pacific's DRI (Develop
hearing officer will set a time probably suspension associated with fine particulatea the move to deny the permit.Cow Bay ment of Regional Impact) statement '
several weeks hence.If Florida's water quality would have been just a step through originally scheduled for completionlast
the Cow Bay project had proved standards prohibit discharge of ex- the door to mine the larger deposits of July, is six months past due. ZThZI!
successful,the company had hoped to cessive levels of the heavy metals into peat in the Santa Fe Swamp,''he add- When questioned on the delay.. Hopp-
mine peat from the much larger tractin state waters. ed. ing said it is probably 'due to
Bradford and Alachua Counties. Georgia-Pacific officials have economic reasons."
The Santa Fe Swamp is part of the .The proposed project would argued that the company could use DER issued its intent to deny before
headwaters of the Santa Fe River change the natural character of the peat to fuel the boilers at its Palatka GP even presented its DRI studies. If
which is the main tributary to the site to the detriment of state water- plant instead of the 407.000 barrels of the administrative hearing officer
SUwannee River,now subject to strict quality standards. Mining would oil (some of it foreign) that the plant decides in favor of GP. the companywill
development restrictions adopted by substantially change the topographyof 'now burns annually..However, in recent probably have to submit more
eight counties, including Bradfordand the area. months the Union in the Suwannee River to an oil glut and the price of ecutive director of the Suwannee
Basin. Tim Keyser, Interlachen attorneyand Bunker C, used to fire boilers, has River Water Management District
president of the Florida Wildlife declined. based in Live Oak.
Among the potentially adverse effects i
cited DER in its Cow I -
Bay -
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organic and highly
reduced peat to surface waters and /-N at theGATOR'S @[P
atomospheric drying conditions ,::;0 I
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,.AnalyeesofCowBaypeatindicate .::.:..-+": Lounge & Package
'high levels of mercury and 'zinc; I

These to'heavy be discharged metals could into surroun-be expected J No Cover Charge Party Hats & Favors g

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH .........special Treat........- mew qJeattThomas
PiiUshed every Thursday : :

at 139 W. Call Street Hog Jowls &
Storks Florida 32091 : :

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Faces Pinch mule and four-mule team*,i wert used
County Money: Among the long..forgotten In* ,Penney Farms, .but the loads were small on account of

dustries located in Starke over the'. In its issue of Jan. 2J: ,' ;}920 I;;"TJ}Re;:: the. Bandy roads. .?. '
years was the Starke Cigar Co., \
Heading into 1983 : ::> where the popular API cigar was be; Telegraph reported; J .00'' +,', _, f'The Camphor Faf u'.Phobia will
ing turned out at the rate of 100,000 a "The Camphor Farm peoplwe, 'build.a' hard road west; tovuu Clay
I J > month in 1914. been busy of late, bauJ County line if the people of thte-County;

t brick, fire brick, cement, piping,''et.c will build a hard road. east. to meet
Bradford County, although less hard hit by The only hope the county had f increased has"The spread reputation far beyond of the the APH borders cigar: of, from the depot in Starke to the'site' theirs." ,

r. recession than many areas of the country, will revenue next year was from the increased Bradford County,and the demand has In a later issue March It, 1920.., TN.
; never-the-less face some grim realities in sales tax: which was projected to bring in made it necessary for the company to said: "The
Telegraph Camphor Farm'people
financing (the needs of its people from a county around $332,000 in '83. But with,a big 40 per- move into new quarters and increaseits SMOKE have been busy this week haul
government standpoint in the new year. The cent hunk of this being used for property: tax working force, The Teleg.aphreported ing fertilizers from the Starke depot,
t 1 time-honored wish, "Happy New Year" will relief, it leaves a net of only sxrnitf $198,000 to in its issue of July 3, 1914. API CIGARS We hope they will soon be tired of the

have to be taken with a grain of salt at the offset increased expt'Jlses' unless the. "Mr R. S. Fernandez of Starke, a sandy roads and -be instrumental in
commercial salesman of ability and citing a hard-surface road betweenStarke
f county government level. '
economy takes a definite upturn in 83, the experience, has such faith in the o and the Camphor Farm."
@ Tho property appraiser's office estimatesthat amount will be even less than that. The county merits and suitability of the APH that 'n

the new Supreme Court ruling awarding will obviously have a net loss in rev he has contracted to handle the enure Machinery for the camphor opera.
the full $25,000 exemption to all homesteaders which cannot !>e made up from the usual output of the factory, which is expected tion started coming in soon after that
sources even if it to the 10 mill to be about 25,000 cigars a and 'The Telegraph reported in ita
regardless of the length of time they have Jived goes cap. month until October 1, and after that issue of May 21, 1920:
f' in the state will mean a loss to the cpunty of date as many as 100,000 a month.

about $22,000 and a loss to the school system of In addition to the loss of revenue from 'In order to meet this increased demand "A piece of machinery weighing

around $13,000. Due to the recession, sales tax homesteads, it is recognized that a con for its product, the company many tons was put off at the Starke
i, revenue coming to the county was $1,800 less siderable number of mobile home owners will occupy a large new two-story fac depot about ten days ago for the Cam
in November than it was in October, and will somehow also escape paying their fair shareof tory soon to be erected at the foot of phor Farm east or KingsIeyiLake. It
built into heavy,
a permanent
about was
South Street, and employ 18
continue to decline unless the taxes for services. This is
long-predicted an area that is not cigar makers and seven helpers. case nearly 30 feet long. '
l recovery is actually "just around the corner" well defined as to the responsibilities involved e
in 1983. With interest rates lower on savings in seeing that the law is enforced. Certainly "Cigar workers earn on the "After discussing the matter

t certificates and lesser county funds to invest, there should be a better way'of policing the helpers average about from$9$15 a week.to $20 On a week this basis, and could thoroughly not transport the bosses the decided case and they its

the $200,000 received from interest to sweetenthe many mobile homes which by now almost the weekly payroll of the companywill contents to the farm;so the latter and
county coffers this year will be cut to half equal the number of conventional homes in the amount to nearly $400. This sum < the machinery were taken apart with

that, or less, in 1983. "Carry-over" funds county. This is a loophole' that should ,be of money put into circulation ev.yweek much labor and carried piecemeal

which have been used to bail the county out of somehow closed, especially in this time when business.will In the stimulate employment all lines of min of, the site on heavy auto trucks."

budgetary difficulties in recent years, no every dollar counts in, meeting county ex preference will be given to marriedmen 6
longer exist. penses.It and that will mean several new' (Editor's Note: It is believed that
families for Starke, increasing the the Camphor Farm was a project of
The and demand for the DuPont Co., but was abandoned
only apparent defense against all these population creating a
is expected that the coming Legislature houses. several years later after a way was
losses is for the to to the 10 mill more
county go cap might be asked to seek additional ways of developed to make synthetic cam
on ad valorem taxes in 1983. Since the levy is 'The business of the Starke Cigar phor. Camphor trees were not grownin
already at 9 43 mills the .57 mill increase that making new revenue available to the counties, Co. has grown from a small beginning Florida until 1911 when the U.S.
can be made will bring in only around $95,000 although it is not likely it will do anything as in 1910, when it was organized by Mr Department of Agriculture, after
counties to I a A. P. Hoffman and Mr. Geo. L.
unpopular as authorizing levy. several years of experimental plan-
with the increase of
even projected new con- special local sales or gas tax without putting. Massey, Mr. Massey acting as east of Kingsley Lake. A distilling tings, announced that camphor production
struction during the year. for a referendum Nor are they likely to ap- manager and also doing the work at plant for extracting camphor from here would be practical and
up first. As the business developed, more the leaves and ( of the until
; wigs: young profitable. Up the bulk of
Now that all 3.800 homesteads in the of
the first
county prove a measure taxing $5,000 a help was employed. In 1911. Mr. trees is being built and will be put to camphor in world trade had been produced
i are being awarded the full $25,000 exemption, homestead, and then applying the $25,000 ex Massey acquired Mr. Hoffman's in- use as soon as completed. Six two in Formosa.)
i it is estimated that from 60 to 65 percent of emption to all above that amount This would terest in the firm and became the sole

homeowners are paying NO ad valorem taxes likely be attacked as being unfair to the low,income : proprietor."The ,

for the support of the schools they send their owner of a house valued at $5,000 or company employs seven men I

children to, the roads they travel, the fire pro- $10,000 who would get little or no exemption. at present." Letters to the Editor

tection they receive for their homes: or the law Work on Ice Factory II

\ enforcement officers responsible for the safe- Altogether, the county revenue picture is not Started in 1906In

s ty of their person and property. Homestead bright for 1983. The only alternatives seem to Peat Mining Called DestructiveEditor
be to cut further than have its issue of Feb. 9, 1906 The
; exemption is a needed blessing to many, but expenses even they Telegraph announced that "work on
certainly it has gone too far when some pro-' been, or seek ways of consolidating or merging the new ice factory started Monday." Telegraph: observed these effects didn't permit

perty owners escape without paying a small more city and county services, which has peat mining near urban areas or in
"Bills of for two carloads of Peat in Florida should be
amount of taxes, that most of them could well already been done in the functions of vuie; machinery lading have been received and it supported mining by the Florida phosphate the middle of prime water and forest

afford, for the many expensive services they registration, tax collecting and property appraising is expected that the first of these cars industry because peat mining is so Pacific recreation is asking areas.the state Yet,to Georgia
receive. and in city and county zoning offices.In will arrive next week. The contract destructive that it can make vast permanent mine in the middle permit of a
'(with the machinery people stipulates phosphate mining look good by com- the Santa Fe water
meanwhile County Commissioners i i.0 (hat the plant shall be.ready to makeiI parison. Phosphate only ruins the lakes pure
the HAPPY NEW YEAR rivers and
}'ac.h.15'-A "..,.,-earth/i,Peat'dwitroye rUt.1 sky andwatec.twier JujjJ,|kcr Gfjet some
;.':;.. W4iihJ.' iWateR" Peah- wsbispn sjia l BTU cheap peat If successful securing a
.. ". I ; ;! Itt. Itot.tII! >tssrs. _, E4Futr ';,bWW I'M* tfn&rfflftfWi"ViiP'** nipure permit for mining the Santa Fe, then
aJ ERJal.Mction"* ; M. Truby a eOJhqt '," ainvedeveloped:; much of Florida will be opened for
Entburil'glngTo ( of directors of the Starke Ice been for its mining. mining.
fawent; over specifications, closing
I :the contract, which was signed in As peat is dried prior to mining and All the citizens of Florida will be
Peat Mine OpponentsAnnouncement triplicate by N. T. Hitch and J. R. the water is drained from 10,000 yearsof harmed by peat mining. Our air and
Davis, president and secretary of the captive forest floor, the peat is water will be fouled for a time if
ice company." readied for mining The forest floor is Georgia Pacific is permitted to open
then obliterated. During years of mining its proposed first mine. But, on the
last week by the Florida Suwannee's headwaters are preserved The plant was sold in November of a vast dust cloud arises from the other hand, some good may come
1906 to W L (Will) and A. E. (Bert)
from peat minmgJ t>ecause then"Floclda'tJ
Department of Natural Resources of its intentto against encroachment. They are protected Wall for about $14.000, and was dried bog, becomes airborne and
ph'ojmnrfUovmiiiiJM won'tsepmsobad'eflertel
deny Georgia-Pacific's application for per because the land they cover is public land and destroyed by/ fire in June 1911, and filters out the sun in areas as far away t ib
as 25 miles from the mine. Thus "" a4dMarJi
mits for a pilot peat-mining operation in Cow they have another layer of protection due to later rebuilt. Florida with peat mines would no; .,f"""qbn. '

Bay, Putnam County, were encouraging to the fact that the vast majority of that land is Cars longer be the Sunshine State. '. / J\t1)AAfWJ1Stean,
those seeking t ford County's Santa Fe Swamp, an endangered For StrawberriesIn Even the Europeans who first I'", .t' a 'oIl! ,'II1: fqneSYIIlt". Fla

wetland so important to the entire "The St. Johns was not as fortunate. Florida its issue. of March 11, 1898, the '
Suwannee River Basin. More encouragement officials over the years sold off large portionsof Florida Advocate, an early Starke :a/r 'nB gisll 9119 13 .81M fans ..vMBig

the U.S. of the headwaters area....to private interestsor newspaper, carried the following I nuon I
was given by Corps Engineers'statement ,S.tl' & ,R t"s6e tJajt 4i11d zsonsfiatM
gave them away in the past century to at- report on a thriving,young industry:
that, "We do not normally issue a ,19J/I'3;) 18)109: lsno1991f IavaNB
tract development..As a result, the St. Johnsis "Yesterday The Advocate reporterwas
permit when DER opposes it, shown through the & Editor, Ion b8fSdy
being bled of the life-sustaining clean water Truby Ttlr/triph'' 5 1 sq Li.!
One reason for DER's intent to deny was Thomas Refrigeration Works of this 'Florida / 1ad our
from its source. city. These cars proved to be a great Anyone who has lived in -i lrx*Ild'irt8BUivno;
: that "the operation would degrade water success last year and carried 20 years or more remembers a state191 M"PldIY sand
in Cow well The Suwannee and its main tributary, the with tranquil, beaches, cxtiW1-:
quality Swamp as as nearby strawberries to the northern marketsin open te the
'. Simms Creek. Bar DER is concerned about Santa Fe, exist in a better political atmosphere fine condition. sive woodlands and ds, antf'a"9 early

damage to these relatively minor wetlands, it The County Commissions of 11 "The cars are built so that the berries clean seemingly water.endless supply t t of pure, 1,000 new residents each "

seems logical to assume that it would be even counties in the Suwannee basin, including can be placed in four compart- .
concerned about in the Bradford and Union, have banded together in ments and can be shipped to four different But those beautiful conditions were But still our state leaders push
more peat
and points. The express' car whichis under attack from those who didn't developments new business, more
restricting flood-plain development
massive Santa Fe Swamp and the effect on Tl r a 110 evenWe're noose IeOple
now on the side track here is realize what we had and pushed
other conservation in the
Santa Fe River, the major tributary to the fostering measures capable of holding ten tons of ice,carrying changes that would bring "progress"to even running "co rie toFlorida"
4 Suwannee River. Suwannee basin.It safely 380 crates of berries. the state. T.Vjrorpnje; Is i other
states. Tfat'flriQb
I alt intoa
For this, and perhaps other reasons, the, is encouraging tb know that the Suwanneeand "The company will soon have four In an effort to bring business, sinking ship we mi e ectiverouth
oil Conoco Inc. the Santa Fe seem to have a chance of cars in iise and will no doubt carry the agriculture and more peopleto in slowing ,
huge conglomerate recently
withdrew its application for exploratory drill- escaping the fate of the St. Johns through protective bulk of strawberries shipped from Florida, we drained and dredged and but we don't hafvliulfromole .
this section. Mr. Thomas
dug and filled and diked. We flooded
ing in the Okefenokee Swamp after learning actions of our County Commissioners, the inventor of the new cars and has land and dried Write to GoveriSf T aham if you
I dry> wetland\ We
that the 180,000 acres it sought to explore was the Department of Environmental Regulation, been planning them for years. He has created a tax structure up that would entice agree. He has "an ''excelle] nt environmental
and the U.S. of Engineers. Another protective been In the refrigerator business for build record so far. Hit needsto
part of an officially designated wildernessarea developers to and
will over eight and thoroughly hear from those of us who Vealize
taken 17 whichis years
step on January businesses to relocate here. We even
and also forms the headwaters of the
understands every detail of the advertised that there isn't much time left to save
the deadline for submission of a proposed nationwide and abroad the
of the nation's cleanest and what still
we have.
Suwannee one business. Now he's Hearing
:'come to Florida
least damaged rivers. What affects Santa Fe mining ordinance for Bradford County, apply- would appeal we thought mostly from developers whose two
Swamp also affects the Suwannee River. ing not only to peat, but.also to phosphate, and Camphor Farm FailedTo changes.We .bring the desired major religions seem to be "growth"
other possible minerals and substances.In Become IndustryIn and 'development." Those who don't
This effort to save the Suwannee is doubly chang, all right! and now care about the future quality of life in
I significant since it comes at a time when recounting the plight of the St. Johns, the. things 1920 of the.Camphor Starke was expecting Farm being big we're paying th.. price for our *well- Florida just "fast bucks." Let him

desperate efforts are being made to redeem Jacksonville paper says, "It is up to Floridians developed on a large tract of land bet intentioned mistakes. Some of our know we must.end the state's policy of

i!I the St. Johns River after its life-giving and especially those who live in the St. ween Kingsley Lake and the present Our lakes and rivers are dead or dying. pushing growth, t tax
water bearing Amakeamoving
I' wetlands which the for Johns basin, to do for the St. Johns what the aquifers are incentives that to
serve as "lungs" stressed by saltwater intrusion,pollu- Florida
Federal (and State and County) government so attractive while there'sstill
; rivers and lakes, were sold off years ago for tion, and over pumping. Many milesof
Church Youth Lights time. Bigger isn't
commercial exploitation. has done for the Suwannee -. preserve the, our once beautiful beaches are alwayale'tter.?
river's headwaters." Help Children's HomeA clogged with condominiums and
motels wall to wall in many areas. Larry Linsin

A recent editorial in the Florida Time The lesson to be learned from the abuse of with group a unique of church way youth of came sharing up' Large coastal cities are piping water, Box 364,Lake Geneva

Union deplored t short-sightedness and the mighty St. Johns should speak loud and Christmas with others this season and i' ,

pointed out that "A basic difference betweenthe clear to those who now enjoy benefits from the help decorate their church at the "Nothtng great wf 'v"IIchit withoutnhu.i_,rn I I'V

Suwannee and the St. Johns is that the pristine Suwannee and Santa Fe.. same time._. __ .. u. P'K Wldo EnwrsonESTABLISHED '
Senior High united Methodist
Youth Fellowship planted a cedar
tree in the courtyard of the church

whit this month light;and The decorated youth then'it with ask itii! ; i nN P.

\< friends and members to give $5 to e
purchase a colored light either In
: i i memory or in honor or Just as a gift. .

: t Sunday December 19, Len Eaves |879 MEMBER
y the UMYF
NEW .representing 'gave a BOB G. FERGUSON
check to the church for $205 to be sent JOHN M.. MILLER.., Publishers

to .the United Methodist Children's P-blued*MI Thursday! M ,,, Horn In Enterprise, Yip The check,
.Port Offlc .! Stark, ri.*:uU.r Act *l March X .
the J$79.nabserllbii
'f' :represents the profit from event,'
.... fII' .1oIJ 7'1'I' ; '" ; ..' / which may be an annual thing, according
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''4 ,1, .. .>-1' ,ir,", M UMYF sponsors Mr.and Mrs.: rate le ar.r 1.1 Per Yein U ills M.ethe
". ., 1 .. Glenn Polk. .). .. tntt war 911 Per Ywi HM SU ....tII.
The tree is now totally decorated n...((904)M4-aOG' ,8ta I...n.rI.al2091i
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B-U Retired Teacher

r HI '; ., 1 etAf + Have Christmas LuncheonThe
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Bradford-Union Retired '
Teachers met Thursday Dec. 16,.at
Christmas Western Steer luncheon.Steak House for their Social. Side Of The News !

U The U-shaped table was decorated

with a beautiful Christmas arrangement Gladys Mboty Society Editor
fit a and small green decorated 964-7608 '
Christmas trees.Following y.
the "Dutch treat" luncheon
the members sang'Christmas ,, -1 l l1n lJ

i 4 carols. Green pillows were bought' DidYou Know......,.... .,...
: for the retired teacher shut-ins: Eva Mrs. KathleenSevero and children,
Anderson, Sarah Jenkins, Elms: : Mr! and'Mrs Mark Trimpey and Tim,Karen and Brendan left Tuesday
Riggs and Loca Whitten. son, Daniel of Tampa spent Saturday for their home in Sterling,Va. after a
The next meeting will be Thursday to Monday with her parents Mr. and weeks visit with her parents, Col.and
Jan.20,at 12 noon in the Starke schOOladministration Mrs. W. S. Haas. Mrs. J. A. Scanlan.
building with a
covered dish luncheon. IIs

Woman's Club THE HARLEM

Executive '
--" W"- __ Board

Award Winners... To Meet GLOBETROTTERS.January

Vernle P. Odum receives the Realtor 0' the Year award while Kay Waters The executive board of the Starke'Woman's ,
receives the Realtor Associate of the Year award at the B-U County Board of Club will meet Wednesday,
.Realtors Christmas.Banquet. Jan. 5,at 12 noon at the Western Steer
Steak House.Homemaker's.

Vernie Odom Recieves I


To Meet Jan. 13
Presidential Plaque

The Bradford County 8
Homemaker's Club will meet Thurs
Realtor of Year AwardThe day, Jan. 13, at 10 a.m. at the
Agriculture building. 3 May the New Year
Charles Hutcheson from Clay CoOp pm
Bradford-Union County boardof 1983 officers are: Janet M.Starling, will be on the program. r bring you luck and
realtors celebrated their third annual president; Susan Faulkner, vice- The meeting is open to the public. O'Connell Center fortune
Christmas banquet and installation president; Jane Usher, secretary; good .
of officers on Saturday, Dec. 18, Phillip Clark, treasurer. 1983 direr Jackson Bldg. Supply '7.50 & '6.50 reserved seating
at the Starke Golf and Country Club. tors are: Cecelia Terwillegar, Lillian '
Guest speaker for the evening was Pearson, Harriett Maines, Vernie Christmas Party 2.00 Discount for Children
Richard Walker, Florida Associationof Odom; Associate Director is Irene under 12 and
Realtors, District I,vice president. Faulkner. Jackson Building Supply of Citizens
Mr. Walker also performed the installation The long head table was centered Keystone Heights, Starke and Lake For Group Rates call 392.5500 Norman'sProduce
of officers and directors for with an arrangement of evergreens, Butler held a Christmas dinner-party
.1983. roses and red candles. The other Tuesday night, Dec 21 at, Western I Tickets May Be Purchasedat &
Cecelia Terwillegar presented outgoing tables held smaller arrangements. Steer Steakhouse.
president, Vernie P. Odom with Highlight of the evening was an The dining tables were centered All Outlets Seafood MarketN.
the distinguished presidential plaque. hour of entertainment performed by with Christmas arrangements. Rev. Mr. Man In the Oaks Mall
Mrs. Odom also received the much the J-Vill Cloggers of Jacksonville. Rick Jackson of Chattanooga, Tenn. Templo Ave.
coveted Realtor of the Year award. Among the 48 attending were gave the Christmas message. University Box Office
Kay Waters received the Realtor rear members and local and out- Following dinner a program of Phone mail or credit card orders
Associate of the Year award.BIRTHS : guests. music was given by Raymond and
Joyce Moody, pianist and duet, W. B. Call 392.1563
McKinney, violinist accompanied by
W.T. Weeks, UDC. Melissa Jackson, pianist, and the
; Notice group sang Christmas carols.
The approximately 50 attending included
The W. T. Weeks chapter U.D.C. the.employees, husbands, .
will not have a meeting in January. wives and friends. .
There will be a meeting of all District :C : .
: II chapters held in Gainesville Jan. 15 ,'. :"Ir\',..... ":. A S : .- :: !
at 10:30 am. at the Gainesville '
HappyNew ',i'. f
Woman's Club. ";...., ,
The Kirby-Smith chapter will host ." ,
Jarett Chad Dukes the meeting and reservations must be : :
made by Jan. 5. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dukes of Starke Year .
announce the birth of a son, Jarett '
Chad, born' Dec. 13 at Alachua Nursing Home Residents !
General Hospital. He joins two Celebrate ChristmasThe :: GIF'I' .
sisters, Stephanie, age 13 and Kim, '
age 11. Starke Nursing Home residents ., ... :'
Maternal grandparents are Col. celebrated a joyous Christmas this .::r .'. ,
and Mrs. V. J. Spengler. Paternal year with the help of many caring
grandmother is Mrs.Leona Dukes,all
people. 'I '
of Starke. "' Groups from the churches,'schools,

\'I9'" ..""'are hospital too nirnierourf and various to list organizations individually.'. ,"I\ ., '!'. .
It)) I III'ntl >d .< '.t"', P' *-'" iH 1' y"'cam'e"'bringing 'Christmas I r

Kurt Austin Graudons presents, fruit and confections and
entertaining with Christmas carols.
Mr. and Mrs. Kent Graudons of Our most sincere thanks to all the FOR ME.a

Starke announce the birth of a son, people involved in making this .
Kurt Austin,born Dec. 19 at Riverside Christmas special for the Nursing

7.Hospital. He joins a sister, Tara, age Home residents. .

Maternal grandparents are Mr.and : Make
Mrs. Wayne Douglas and, Mr. and Births As the old year ends, qualifying deposit when you
Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins. Paternal open an Investment Checking
grandparents are Mr. and .Mrs. Bill we'd like to greet.
Graudons, all of Starke. Wesley Ernest Tanner 'all our loyal Account, NOW Checking Account or J -f

h" Frances Morgan HarperMr. :Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Tanner of patrons.Family. Individual Retirement Account. '

Starke announce the birth of a son, Make a deposit of $500 or more in "
and Mrs.
Eugene Harper announce Wesley Ernest, born Dec. 22 at
the birth of.a daughter, Alachua Genetal Hospital. a savings account or purchase a
Frances Morganborn'' Nov.. 30' in
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Mr. and Mrs Hinton Jackson I '" '>(
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Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson had Christmas weekend guests of Dr. Mr.: :
Miss Anita Green of Fernandina as
Ii children of Ocala were Christmas
Beach the weekend Christmas day guests Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins were Mr. and :
spent with her
I. Celebrate Golden Anniversary, parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green. Harry Smith Williston, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mullins of Orlando, Mr. M.guests R. Judd.of their parents, Mr.'and Mrs.
Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Don Hallgren of Ocala, Mr. and. and Mrs. Shelton Peddle and
Mrs. Floyd Spraggins of Fort Worth, daughter of Crystal River, Lonnie
Charles Fields and Mr.; and Mrs.Carl Lawson
1 Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Jackson Fields of Jacksonville and Mr. and Texas and Mrs.Merris Giroux of Fort War of Gainesville.Kay Izlar of San- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and
of Fort Walton Beach
celebrated their 50th wedding White. ta Barbara Cal. Robin Mullins and son, were'
an- Mrs. Wayne Fields of Virginia Beach, ; .
to guests ( his
niversary on Dec. 19 at reception Va. Miss Terri Addison of Fort Pierce and Friday Sunday
given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lodesky of Mrs. L. T. War of Ocala. Mr. and mother, Mrs. EweU Lawson.
J. M. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Jacksonville were Saturday and Sun- Mrs. Glenn Mullins also visited her
Rev. and Mrs. Lynwood Walters G. J. McGriff, Sr. spent Fri-
day guests, of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs.
Chase and Mr. and Mrs. mother Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn.
Leroy and children of Greenville,N.C.were Loper, Jr. day tG Monday with her son and fami-
Jackson at the home of the latter on Wednesday to Monday guests of their ly, Mr. and Mrs.. McGriff, .Jr. in
rl to Boston,
J Senile Collins returned
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and his Gainesville.
after visiting
Joining the family during the Mass Sunday
granddaughter Beth Francis have
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Terry mother, Mrs. Gladys Collins and H. Thomson is visiting Mr.
returned after 10 days visit with their Mr. and Mrs. W.
Walters and family of Gainesville, brother-in-law and sister, Fred Thomson In
son Chase Hardy in Phoenix, Ariz and Mrs.
Miss Katherine Peek of Tallahasseeand who accompanied them to Bothell Mrs. Speros Drivas son Tallahassee Tuesday to Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. David Canova and antiMrs. Demetrius for,a week.
Wash. to visit another son, Mr.
children of Kingsley Lake. Frank Hardy and daughter.Mr. McClane of Tallahassee,
Dr. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkle and
The Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto of and Mrs. W. E. Jordan of Jimmy McClane of Key West and Mr. son, Wade,.Mrs. L. S. Williams; Mr.
and Mrs. Bill McClane and daughter Williams' and,Miss
Jacksonville were Tuesday and and Mrs. Roger
Orange Park and David Jordan of
Wednesday guests of Mrs.Edna Wells of Jacksonville Beach were weekend Tammy Baldree were Christmas day
Orlando weekend of their'
were guests
: and Mrs. Carolyn Redgraves. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Jordan. guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Martin in
Huston McClane. Jacksonville.
Mr and Mrs.Jerry, Kerce and sons Rev. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and
of San Antonio, Texas, Mrs. Vernon daughter, Rachel of Chattanooga, ,j
Abbott of Pierson and Mrs. W. E. Tenn. spent last Monday to Friday ,
Warwick of East Palatka were last with Mr. and Mrs.W. T. Jackson Sr. .!
week guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles and family ;r k
Schmitt and Mrs. Sarah Fulgham.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand '' ? aQa u 1W.
Miss Jean Mundy of Cerritos Cal. daughter of Ormond Beach Mr.
is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. B. and Mrs. Bill Harrington of Keystone } yYY. NL.
Mundy to her former Heights, Douglas Seymour of Miami,
k AeGi teaching bataFSUin TallahasseeJan. Hal Seymour of Gainesville Mrs.
10. { by Miss Donna Branson and daughter and
Gee Silberman who will return to Cer Palmer Williams of Starke were
r rites the end of the week. Christmas Eve dinner guests of Mr.<
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks and Seymour. .'...ky''rh
Mr.and Mrs.Hinton Jackson daughter of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs..
George Parks of Roswell,Ga. and Mr.
Bass and Mrs. Gordon Bass Jr. and Mrs.J.M. Mikell of Santa Mateo }p
Mrs.Jackson chose a pink crepe de are holiday guests of their mother, s '
street length dress with gold Mrs. Louie Belle Parks.
and gold accessories com- (i.1..
with a corsage of white or- Mr. and Mrs. George Miller spent ,,...
with gold ribbons and leaves for the weekend with their son and family .. ..:....o.....
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January 2-5 is the date of the Annual $ Staff Sgt. Joe C. Ricks of Fort
Bible Conference at the' First f Bragg. N.C. is home for the holidays
Baptist Church of Starke. visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.
Dyal Baldree of Lake Geneva and e
Each year at this time a conference o
Is held for an in-depth study of a book other members of the family. 0 -.
of the Bible. This year the study will .
I be the book of I Peter. Mr. and Mrs. Ai W. Anderson of
Pastor Ben Bryant will teach adults Ventura call. spent Dec. 15-19 with 13r
In I the sanctuary of the church. his sisters June Edwards and Lila
Separate conferences will be held for Rae Yawn and families.

all age groups: youth children -
preschoolers 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bill King and twins of
and a nursery will be provided s
Spartanburg S.C. are spending this
for babies and children.
The introduction to the study will be week with their parents,Mr.and Mrs.
Bob Paterson in Starke and Mr. and
Sunday evening at 7:30-8:30 ,
Monday-Wednesday, the conference p.m. Mrs. William King in Keystone, r .u o /

will be 7-8:30: p.m. Heights. ;y/// ,
Everyone is cordially invited to en-
David Bowen of Georgia Tech and
Joy this intensive Bible study.
his fiancee LeeAnn Leathers of Atlanta -
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marty I
Gotta this week. a pC
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Members,:>> Tour Children'sHbme ,---,--, Brant Turner and Karen Burchetteof 0 e

: \ Mr.and Mrs.James McDaniel Washington D.C., Mr. and Mrs. We
; Grover Howard of Orange Park and wish to

On December from a delegation of 32 Becky Anderson Christmas Kay Turner guests of Jacksonville of Mrs. Janet were one and alla
adults end: youth First Baptist
James McDaniel Turner.
Church of Starke traveled to NeJ1JYefh.
,Lakeland to visit the Florida Baptist Wed Dec. 24 prosperous,
Children's i I, Home. They took Out-of-town guests at the wedding lIopPII To all of our friends
Christmas presents to 25 of the Becky M. Anderson and James D. of Claire Turner and Grover Howardon healthfilledNew
,1 children living on campus at the present McDamel were married Dec.24 in the Dec. 18 were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. and neighbors, sincere
time. home of the groom's parents, Mr.and Anderson of Ventura Cal., Mrs. Martha Year. It's time to thanks for your patronage.,
The trip was under the direction of Mrs. Jack McDaniel who were Johnston of Miami Lyle Anderson -
r Gail Floyd and Alice Walker of the celebrating their 24th anniversary. and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tilley 'thanks'
Baptist Young Women and Leslie of Orange Park Mr.and Mrs. George say
Crosby of the Acteens. The trip was a Howard of Macon Ga., Mr. and Mrs.,
real treat for those who went and Did.You Know........... Paul DiVito of Lake Worth Jim Bowen to all our Starke
brought an extra bit of Christmas into Maguire and R. V. Turner of Belle
the hearts of the children in Lakeland. Mrs. Kathleen McNeely and Glade and Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch friends.Pastry Radiator Service"Best I
First Baptist Church is one of many daughter, Michele returned to their and son David, of Jacksonville.Mr. Pest Control
churches around the state which participates home in Lakeland on Monday after Shopof Place In Town .
j in this activity so every childon spending the holidays with her Robert Linda & George To Toke
the Lakeland campus received an parents Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A Leak"
extra Christmas present.A Thomas.Mr. .and Mrs. A. Russell Norman attended StarkeE. 96 .681 0
the wedding of their nephew.
Call St.
and Mrs. J. H. DuPre spent Dale Edward Denmark to Kathleen
Celebration Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. B. Mary Dees at the home of the bride's 964-5890
Of Christmas G. McIntyre at Ponte Vedra Beach. parents in Orange Park on Saturday

December 19 was a wonderful timeat Mrs. Annettie Junkins and Mrs. NEW AR -
First Baptist Church, Starke. Dur- Evelyn Standard of West Frankfurt.
service, the adult 111. and Mrs. L. C. Early's twin
ing the evening
musicians and soloist, brother, Eugene Rader of Peoria Ill.
Gall young Floyd and Donna Sides spent the past week with Mr.and Mrs. G ER Buy 2 Bankers Boxes'at
presented music in celebration of the
Christmas season.In the latter part of
Sheila McConnell of Altamonte Springs
Ron Harris a
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special program reading of the Christmas visited her grandmother, Mrs. ,I
story which was illustrated by a slide Nelma Keen last Thursday. reg. price I I
presentation to bring the story more
vividly into the hearts of the people. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler Jr..and
visited her Mr. and
family parents
service the
The final part of the was
of candles all over the sanctuary Mrs. Dyal Baldree brothers Robbie 1So
lighting and Joey of Lake Geneva Christmas
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j Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were ner guests,of Mr.and Mrs.Leon Starl- dy of WIldwood; Mrs. '(:aye Todor I John Bloom in Tokyo, Japan. Mrs Pat Hayes returned Sunday
I Phone TSZ-3300 Christmas dinner guests of their son lng and sons of Orange Park; Mr. and Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Dec. 26 after spending 15 days with
I and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and Mrs. Jimmy Moore; Mrs. Renee Christmas week with her nephew and herbrother-in-lawandsister, Mr.and
i CHURCH ACTIVITIES: and family. family of Brycevllle and their sister Thompson and sons of Jacksonville; niece, Mr and Mrs. Terry Futeh and Mrs. Craig Carroll of Boca Raton '
First Baptist Church had a Henry Hodges and children were and brother-in-law of Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore and fami sons Bruce, Christopher and Dean of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent
Christmas program for the childrenat Christmas dinner guests of their ly of Hollywood, Fla.; and Mr. and Jacksonville. Terry and Dean Christmas eve with their son-in-law
the church on Wednesday, Dec. 22. grandmother. Mrs.Annie Mae Crews. were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Michael Moore, Trlsh and Adamof brought her home Christmas after- and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David
Fleam Starling. Lawtey were Christmas dinner After nice Christmas dinner. Kelly and family in Jacksonville.
PERSONALS: Chief and Mrs. Donald Brown and Jerry Teston and Miss Karen guesta of their mower, Mrs. Fred noon a
Mrs. O. J. Anders visited her children were Christmas dinner Brown of Fort Rucker Ala. spent Moore I>aet Aa1A6601k7a6COItC7i4Tama 001a4Jrat-7i71t6K9AIGCJaMaa791C: C::.a:..

daughter Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of guests of Mrs. Wyolene Day. Christmas weekend with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. James Waters of .
Callahan on Wednesday, Dec. 22 unW Mrs. Max Newport of Orange Park Mrs. Earl Teston and children.
Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Thursday Dec. 30. visited Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan, Mrs. John Tye, Sr. spent Christmas Starke and Mr. and Mrs. B Restaurant
Mrs. Madeline Grlffis and family of Mrs. Flossie Rosier and Mrs. Resale day with her son-in-law and daughter Waters and family Mr. and Danny Mrs.
Reddish on Tuesday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. andfamily I
Palatka and Mrs. Tom Whaley Tommy Talley
Mike Waters and Starke
family of Tampa spent the weekend and Mrs. Clifton Prevatt and of Jacksonville.! J.S. family of Mid- 362 N. Temple Ave. 964-9994 :
dleburg, Waters of Fitzgerald,
Nellie children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brice
with Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Ga. Mr. and
Wilkinson. They also visited Mr. and and family and Mr.and Mrs. Pam An- Mr.and Mrs. Allen Steele and fami Mrs. Buford Higgin-
drews and baby Mrs. Bobby Prevatt ly of Livingston, Tenn. the botham of Maxville, Mr. and Mrs. OPEN New Year's
Mrs.Whaley.Dukes, baby, and Miss Lynn and daughter Roccellwere weekend with their brotherinlawand spent Lyle Schmehle of Jacksonville were N .Will Be Day

Christmas dinner guests of their sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thursday supper guests of Mr. and
II family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt.Mr. Walker. Mrs. Jimmy Higginbotham and fami-
Mr. and Mrs. Brace Crapse and
9 family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ceballos Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of ly. I So give the cook a break and start
and family Mary Mehette, Mr. and and Mrs. Mike Sikes and Tallahassee spent Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Roberts and
Mrs. Gary Wheeler and Nancy spent daughter, Chrissy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl with their mother Mrs.. Truby Wain Mr,and Mrs. Bobby Keith of Jacksonville the New Year Right!!!
Christmas day with their parents,Mr. McKinley and son, Carl, Mrs. Marie wright. spent Sunday, Dec. 19 with Mrs. ;
and Mrs. M. D. Crapse, Sr. Wilkerson and son Christopher Mrs. The Mosley family of Highland, Mr. John C. Tye, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp and son, Karen Hart, Bill, Crouse were and Mrs. Lonnie Teston and son Ver- Dan Wainwright and children spent
Bryan, and their daughter Mrs. Christmas breakfast guests of their non of Little Rock,Ark.and Mrs. Lila Thursday afternoon with his mother, "
Debra Mobley and children spent parents, Mr.and Mrs. Bill Crouse,Sr. Henry of Starke were Christmas din- Mrs. Truby Wainwright. : '
Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. and Sonny Jackson visited them laterin ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Jimmy Haga of Miami spent EAT ,
Eugene Pearson of Starke. the day. Henry of Starke.Mr. Christmas weekend with his parents t J"
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haga and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling and and Mrs. O. J. Rafuse of Max- family. WITH i\I i I'
spent Christmas day with their family of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. ville spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Col.! and Mrs.James Dougherty and, .-
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mark Starling and family of and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. children arrived from Denver, Colo. "
Mrs. Bobby McNeil of Gainesville.Mr. Gainesville, Lucian Prevatt of Mr and Mrs.J.W, Thomas and Jayof and Wendy Smith and Elizabeth of US!
and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson and Gainesville, Miss Brenda Starlingand Live Oak; Mr and Mrs. Tom Atlanta, Ga., Timmy and Charlotte
family of Pensacola spent the Mrs. Lucille Cauley of Starke Casey; Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hobbs Wilson and daughter, Sarah were
Christmas holidays with their were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and son of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Lee here for Christmas. We spoke to l
parents Mr.a nd Mrs. Bill Dobbs and and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. Casey and Tera of Kingsley Lake; Jackie Lines in Anchorage, Alaska. a1RGDAl daAlaCIDaIItC7AgFA71C4)4: : KDtl7clv119
daughter, Chris. and Mrs. Don Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs Seeb Aq4t \'V.L.nd Ran They also spoke to Capt. and Mrs. >J Ct1NS.t)0ll Deron Eunice, son of Mr. and Mrs. family of Lakeland, ,Mr. and Mrs. ---
Emory Eunice of Gainesville spent Glen Starling and family Mrs. Nella I- __ :! I
until Wednesday with his grand- Carter and daughters and Mother
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Mrs. Lois Carter were Christmas dm-


Community News ,

By EUtabeth Walker

Phone 964683 ,
-" "

Watchnight ServicesThe
Fellowship of Churches, Inc. S ',
will begin "Watchnight Services" at '
10 P.M. on Dec. 31. Previously an- .,...... "J .
nounced to be hosted at New Bethel '>>'''' ..
> '" WED. irUflSi FBI. AND -fttk.H- .
Baptist Church, the services will be "" v. : -y

held at Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist 4 was Limited quantities first come, first serve!
Church, Starke. Rev. Alphonso '
Jenkins, pastor. HO'T ALL ITEMS .IN LL STOKES
Rev.A.J.Simmons, Pres.
Free ActivitiesAt save up o

Saturday Jan. 1, there will be a
free activities day sponsored by the /
Recreation Department.At .

cipation 5 P.M., there will be an Eman- : ,>*:i V. .. B .'-
Program sponsored by the
Concerned Citizens of Bradford Coun- to P d
ty, Inc. Speaker will be Rev. E. O. 'Bubbl 1M waketwP HIPDO Won.enekt /
Howard.At .
7:30: P.M., there will be two
basketball. games with an admission OoN M a 8ln'tg :
fee. ,,, i doss oy,m nY m0ft save up t0e1kIM

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Sales-Services .t
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I PAIN. OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS 31o/0 Adorn H.ir Spray,tot. 1r /
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24 Hour Emergency ering,ServiceMon. WERE 1388 OrtontaHook kimono, mbroktard BIIPPER B 22 D ktw Boa On ,"' 3 .
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.. Wed.. &: Fri. 8:30 to 1 &: 2 to 6 Tues. &.Thur. 8:30: to 1 seentAMeuntaA, WAS 7 H.

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;\, By C. E."Sue"Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hen-ell and returned home after Joining their he or she would go get a cloth for'her ntd o t Mt Ir
Phone 485-1344 daughters of Starke. daughters and their families for a brow or feet. After a short rest, she II r
New Year Services... Just before the holidays Mrs. Lydia Christmas day luncheon in Tampa. would give the fortunate one a penny. '
Crosby Mrs. Nona Mann and Mrs. The G. W. Davises attended a This was a standard routine.As $
New The River Rev. Jim Countryman of the Marthay Hess accompanied Jimmy Christmas party at the A.L. Hendry the children grew up and her I
Baptist Church announcesa Crosby on a business trip to Glen St. Paint Co. in Tampa last Thursday, burden grew lighter this expressionall
watch service will be held at the Mary where the ladies s topped over Then Christmas Day the Davises faded into the past. During her recent _
Church New Year's eve beginning for a visit with their sisf illness and
r.ln-low, entertained their daughter, Barbara critical time,the Rev.
with a pot luck supper at 7 p.m. Marion Groover. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Georgeof Don Dowling of Windsor Baptist
,'.' followed by services until midnight. The Rev. Jim Countryman and << Gainesville, and Russ Crawford of Church was sitting by her bedside 1
\ yN
: The public is invited to come join in wife, Anita, and daughters were Orlando. stroking her brow when she looked up *
z the services. Christmas Day guests of her parents, Visitors at the home of Mrs. Ethel at him and said "Make A Penny" br r '
the K. F. Johnson's Safety Harbor. Russ Christmas Day were Bill and inging back a flood of memories for
The members and guests of the Mrs. Countryman and daughters remained Ernestine Brian and Don and Shelia the family. '
; Graham Baptist Church will begin for a few days while Rev. Bently and daughter, Brandi!, of Those with whom Harris was rejoicing ela!+ J 1. i J
their New Year watch service at 8 Countryman returned home to. conduct Gainesville;'and Mrs. Susie Russ and with Christmas Day were the
:: p.m. with a continuous program until Sunday services. '. baby of Ala hua. Otis Tetstone family and the Perry
midnight. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry and Mrs. Nora Harris is home with her White family of Brooker, Mr. and ._. ._.
The public is Invited to come and children of Pensacola visited his daughter, Dee Tetstone and doing Mrs. Gene white of Titusville, Mr. "-- --- "
participate. parents Mr. and Mrs..,Lloyd Barry fine after her recent illness and Mrs. Ken White and son of Safety First...
.x:. during the' holidays. During the Christmas Day was memorable for Daytona.Mr.and Mrs.Don White and Griffin Industries of Hampton won the Company Safety Award. The
K Students Entertain... Thanksgiving holidays daughter not only Mrs. Harris but her children Mrs. Harris' great granddaughter,
local located the south and
plant out ovC10 other throughout
won plants
Through the efforts of Mrs. A. B. Frances, and husband, Alan andchildren also as they gathered for a visit at the Minnie Fay White of Groveland, Mr. midwest. Shown with the award presented to the local plant are
Adams, Mrs. Gene Melvin and of Pensacola visited the Otis Tetstone home Christmas Day. and Mrs. Tony White and children of .
employees Robert Contois and Jack Sewell.Alligator
assisted by Linda Robinson and Glen- Barry's. Daughter Dee said during her Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. James
: da Lewis, the members and guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Rabbit of mother's recent illness she came up McKay and Paul White and Mr. and
.. the Brooker Baptist Church enjoyed Gainesville and son Chipper of Baton with an.old saying from the children's Mrs. Johnny Peoples all of Windsor.
:: an.outstanding program of song and Rough La.were holiday guests of Mr. childhood that no one had thought of _
music presented by the kindergarten and Mrs. Sam Lee. Several friends for years. Harris, as a young mother
pupils followed by a one-act play of from the surrounding area called dur- left alone, had to support her family FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOO
the nativity scene presented by the ing Christmas eve. with an outside Job as well as be Hwy 16 W. & Weldon 964.6971 ,
youth of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Vellenga and mother and housekeeper. Sometimes and
daughter, Joy, enjoyed the holidayswith after a long and strenuous day upon Pastor George Watson
: Around Town.... The Congregation Invite You to ,7.i'
his mother in St. Petersburg.Mr. arriving home she would nay. 'MakeA 'v
The Rev. H. H. Mott and wife and Come and Worship With Us '
were Mrs Jake Keene have Penny" to one of the.children and
happy to see their loved ones gather Sunday School. . . 10 AM :
at the home of the Mott's Christmas Mooring WonNp. . . 11 AM -
Day to partake of a bountiful lun- EvingiUiflC .. . .. . .7 PM s'4 r
cheon prepared by the loving hands of Widnoidiy Worship, .. . 7:30 PM ,. ,
:: members in the family. ,
: Those present included Mr. and
w AuLD
Mrs. Milton Mott and son, Kelly, of ): ; ; ,
Jacksonville; Howard Mott Jr. and "" :,
: friend,Cindy,of Gainesville; Mr. and a
Mrs. J. E. Mott and son of Brooker; At 'M
i; Mrs. Anita Woodington and daughter .
Tracy Andrews of Worthington Spr wen .
.ings and Mr.and Mrs.Ken Jackson of
Lake City. Several friends from
: Jacksonville and the area dropped by :.; ; ,. r:;". J ,4'
: in the afternoon. ,' ra! ,
Mrs. Dottie Sue Crawford and .
.sw ..
j children of Welborn and Mrs. Doris Q I .,....
Kelly visited the Lenox Kelly family II I I : '
in Ormond Beach last Monday. Lenox 'o' .., ..".'
and wife are the proud parents of a If ,
;' new baby son born Dec. 16,weighing 7 k J.J

: lbs. 13 oz.Since .
: the children and grandchildren "
a of Mrs. Ruby Hodges end
:L. Valetia Lovelace were celebrating i .
: Christmas in their respective homes
; Jhey all gathered fora__ daylong!! .
: Christmas Eve celebration with the rlAlWNEW
? mothers and grandmothers in ,
; i Brooker. Those attending included '
:;! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roe, Mr: and Mrs. '/ We
if Martin Chambers, all of Jacksonville May your New EAR tki a't
;3 ; Mrs. Kim Morgan and Year be filled take thisopportunity ':::%.
'... f
daughter; Mrs. Sandra Hazen and son Let the bells ring In
i$ of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hodges with happiness... New to
and son and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. a glad Year .
l .. Hodges all of Hampton Lake; Mr. Thanks to friends'and say thanks'to 1a .."
and Mrs. Glen Davis and children of patrons tor your fine -
:. Orange Park and Mr. and Mrs. Carl support and confidence. our valued
: Edwards of Brooker. Christmas day L:
: the two grandmothers visited in Charley E. Johns Holiday Inn customers and '
1 Jacksonville, Orange Park and
Hampton Lake before returning Agency, Inc. of : friends. IAPPY May it bring J

home. Mr. & Mrs. R.V. Durrance, :
:j Edna Harrell said she and her husband 964-5070. .. Starke ., and'all
1 J.C. had a wonderful holiday as, Family & Employees"if ._..Jo one .'
{ j ., ltheil\ubJJIirfn; .ancirelatlv's.:: .., tIo: "i!"'.' f""' \", "'...... r..I 10< .... Staff riQliiiMploydes: -' ** *<** ofDurrance N .NEW //ov.
I x / ( strong, begin to.. arrive for lne/. ... .l jbeace and
: Christmas holiday.Some; for the day, 944-7400 Pump
: others for several days visit. There Creek Ranch

.: .. was Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomas & Supply Co.
and son John Bishop of Raleigh, Feed & Farm Supplies Vita Farm Supplement
N.C.; Mr.: and Mrs. James Harrell R equiTtroiii .764-7061 I
301 S., Starke
and children, Tony, Lisa and Kirk of I
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. W. C.

Conner and Mr. and Mrs. Robertr' Responses to' all Requests for Proposalwill ----- -
Fussel and two children of Jacksonville -- --- -

'N 1. ?: granddaughter.and Mrs.Dwight Holly Koan Thomas ofDelandTMr. be received by the Department of :

.' -and daughter Amanda of-LaCrosse, Health and Rehabilitative Services' at 1b
!o'f"P. ..
2002 N.W. 13th Street Gainesville
: ,
.4 "Mark Box Finishes

A'i ??,Electronics.. School, Florjda until 5:00 p.m. on January 28, 1983

,oval i- j Navy w wy I&i*rontas'rechfician3rdEtlasa : \ for an RFP entitled Child Day Care Ser-

,.., 'Mark Dv Box"SOtI.of Minnie M.
(ox of Starke, was graduated from vices for 20 children. Copies of this RFP

ti isfc Electronics Technician.School t will be furnished upon request at the ,
ThAI| {course.was. conducted. at,the ,J i
h"V? Service School'jCdmmand' above address. Call Rose Ellen Rilea for II I
I Gre it Laktsjll.Student: received inoctpry -
instruction' Ort :electronip: details at ((904) 377-4242. The Departmentreserves
coitctptS"i tad 1"."principles, I
udthX"it basics o|:radio transmitters the right to accept or, reject any
,andtirB;: <;elyers. *In ";additionl they or all proposals. a 1
i.Studiedthe procedure* for repairing "
i rnplifier8Ltransmitteri, 'receivers 4'L 'AII
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There is no time like

I Friday;December 31 New Year's Eve "n.aWY the holiday to pause

and count
\.-I.'leW.J.ear blessings. "Thanks"to

: patrons and friends..
I Monday, January 3 '

ea '.' ,;. '.

: ,' Mr. .; ., '
Mac's Restaurant
Corner Hwy 21 & 21B Keystone Heights

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BUS Basketball Statistics Through Seven Games .. : ,. ,,
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V>mado FI.ld Goals Fr.. Throws. R.b, All. 'Pt". Ave. .: .
51 6 92 13.1 : ,: ': ',;
Carter 36-47 77 % .
Gary 0. ,' .
338 J 4 I % 6 -' 13 46" 6 13 72 :"' '
Robert 8ellpmy .
8.4 : ;
SO" 59 4 57 ,
I Doren Chandler 26-5944 % 5. 10
[umbers i : % i Cecil Wright I 13 2 4 5" 3. I 14 21 I 33 3 29 8.2
: Mark Pierce 19.52 37 % rJ-2446 % 14 20 49 7.0

Emmett Watkins I 16.4 2 3 8 % 7.19 I 31 % 26 25" 39 5.6
Sam Norman 6. I 15 4 0 3.8 38" 7 3 15 2.1 I

Carter, Bellamy-: jy John David Francis 5. I 6 3 I f .2 50 % 2 16 n, 1.6
Frank Allen 3. 7 '4 3 % 0.3 0 % 5 3 6 1.3
Tommy Johnson 3.8 38 % 2.2 I 100 % 13 5 8 1.1
Lead BHS Scorers
i.'R .4 TEAM 160.35 I I 146 58.130 f 45

he inside-outside! shooting tandem
Gary Carter and Robert Bellamyd ., "" .
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Bradford in scoring while
itli '''
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ooth sophomore Daren Chandler .. '
.a ; ,
s the Tornado varsity in reboun- M' l
a at the holiday break t 'h >"" ','."' 1
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Will Bradford High Find Athletic Prominence Again in Class 2A i

As of of the that is -- ----- --
part a changing guard being called in

some circles the most significant change in high school A'eir Riualrie....
athletics in this state in Bradford
years High School will
drop down to 2A effective in the fall of 1983. Barring a pullout from the district by one of the What Coaches in Florida are Saying I
The smaller schools before next Fall Bradford High will be
short story to a complicated Florida system that I
starting three new footballll.rl..s' with the 19X3 grasen.l II
classifies schools into four divisions based on enrollmentin I
grades 10-12 is that BHS will now compete with theHawthorne's District clashes wlih Interlachen, Hawthorne, and

district championships, Interlachen's Lake the Butlers Gainesville and Keystonesfor Highs and ween Keystone those Heights schools will and be Bradford the first-ever in hill-icale meetings football bet- About the 3A Teams Dropping to 2A : :

Buchholz's. meetings. They may have met in some jamboree .
And past the local level the Tornadoes will
quarters such an'the ones with Intorlarhen the past two ... :
meet schools like Newberry, Monticello. Clewisf. Dun- b ,
nellon,,and Tampa Catholic in statewide competition years. -
I not PaJaUa.otTallahassee, Leon. *? CS 7in i* football.series that- discontinued IS times : Tom Greer,-football coach at St. Cl/ ud? .long-time 2A power which moved ujrtoi

It's aw part'''of hew guidelines set by the Florida High Tornado a wiik In 1953. Bradford was and after a 34-6 :3A in '79, finished 9-1 in 3A football this fall, ''and now is headed back down- I
won 12 the Tigers,
School Activities Association that will decrease the size of
with 2 ties in the
the upper two classes- 4A and 3A- and leave each of the neighborhood series. "It'll have an impact. Some people that have perenially dominated their district In 2A... well they
BUS has played the noon-to-be district rivals in other
four classifications with about 100 football playing might have things tougher now.
sports in recent Bradford is playing
schools.It's Union years.in Keystoneand we II be in sorta the opposite situation of what we've been in the last four years In 3A. Well be at, '
basketball this
County year for instance i
being talked of all over the state as a gigantic !
and has played the others in baseball and the top of 2A Instead of the bottom.
change, particularly in football. And particularly in class girls sports. Two years ago we made the playoffs and won our first game and went up there to play Gainesville.

2A.And High School with a couple of tackles weighing 160-165 pounds. They outweighed us 72 pounds per
it just may work out to be a gigantic change a huge slide down to 2A' next year the Tornadoes have
man. we re not Quite 600 kids and they're not quite 1,400. There's the difference right there.
boost that is, to Bradford High School athletics.In dominated: they are 29-2-1 against Macclenny, 21.4
the new football districts announced earlier this against Fernandina Beach, and 15-3-1 against Santa Fe "You've got to look at the situation In our county too. we've got kids from 70 miles away going to;'

month the Tornadoes have been placed in District 8-AA, HIgh Green Cove another 2A school in recent years, is school net e. 67 percent of our student body Is bused in. Now it's unreasonable to expect those kids I i

along with Hawthorne, Keystone Heights Interlachen, just a bit smaller than BHS, and the Tornadoes have won from Yeehaw junction and down near Okeechobee to play sports for us but thgv count on those,
and Buiier-Umon County. Besides cutting down on 24 of 32 football meetings between the two schools, with enrollment figures just like everybody else." -

in dl.Vile t !\t'JNl'wIth/ Interlachen now the longest district one tie. Against slightly larger Suwannee County, which
trl r" i tract figures to also cut down on the com- will stay in 3A, the Tornadoes are' 17-8-1. I

pel. l' .. But it's the record against tlte traditional, and bigger, Richard Kennedy, football coach: at Dunnellon High, which won 36 games in a row;!
tI had been heads with rivals that show the Tornadoes
SII II rna banging have had some spectacular '
and back to back 2A titles in 1979 and 80-
the Ga ''ViI aaha ft's iy: Burhholz, GHS, Eastside, victories, but have lost more than they won. BHS i f

and Sai a f bon g wilts Suwaonee County, for district is just !9-27-2 in football meetings with Pnlatka. Only 4193in "I 1 think It's ridiculous. '
brag'ri ) US had !ten coming out the worse for a series that has been rliK<-on.ini -d wIth now 4A Lake I
"Yessir, this thing s going to have a tremendous Impact. It's the most significant .thew j' City. 1-7 against Os'ala *'.'' -t a4-2O'against/ Ketterhnus '
',$0- Fall field in >79i-S-V.in; 0-10 in '81, and a / St. Augustine.And classifications since I've been in coaching. \
"You're talking about a of 3V times the enrollment from schools at the top end to schools'\
S 7) 'tQ ra .. :llfC had a winning season on despite owning surprising advantages over range
Ute gt IF n s''e the J 73.ellih capped an 8-3 season with a Buchholz (6-5-1) and Easbde4)! the Tornadoes are just at the bottom. And let me tell you, you can't say it doesn t make a difference. we've got 300 kids in \\1{

)1'4< W B ntleyInJLAugustine's Elks Bowl. 13-23-1 in play against -Gainesville's 3A schools because our school and you've got 700 we can pretty well figure you've got two athletes to our one.

Hot uTtirth,>,'downspinJhough, BHS had gone 8MnsiAth they have never beaten Gainesville High in 14 meetings. "I Just see no justice In It myself It nails the coffin on the smaller 2A school. Where In the past)

straigh ,winning rec9rdS in 3A including On the football field and on.other fields, the move downto we've had to try to compete with the Wildwoods, the Clermonts the Wakulla's.' .. now we have to go \
three dl ,t d two,.region championship years. Andover class 2A just about has to make a difference for Brad- up and compete with the St. Clouds Santa Fe's, and Bradford Countys.
e' radford High has never had to shun com- ford High. l

p.tit ga t larger schools. Interestingly the change may he just a throwback for
But.e 'oritf! proves the obvious theory: Bradford BHS. In the 1920's and 30 s the Tornadoes played more of i I
Ifi n. '00 should be in the future, more suc- the Lake Butlers Chieflands Trentons, Jennings, and Bill Borg, football coach: at Jacksonville Bolles, a 2A power in many sports since 4

c a ooWfluse: to its own size, rather than Jaspers than Gainesvilles. moving down from 3A in 1979- ,
lara 1. On these pages you can read an introduction to class 2A

t 'I i t'that will be classified in 2A or lA next in various sports with the powers to look for in the "it' 's going to certainly Increase the calibre of football in class 2A. Look at somebody like St. Cloud, .

year Ma; 192 and lost 53 in the seasons since 1928 smaller division.By they're what ranked 7th In 3A this year. And when you speak of Tampa .catholic you think of
a .780 fm i.i percentage. Against or 4A Clubs they are the way, many 2Acoaches and principals are incensed baseball they've got a tremendous program.
lt1fa,..460 percentage. That despite owning series about the whole thing. At right are some comments NOW there s 16 to 20 top-notch 2A programs in the state. The others are falling further behind.
advantages over larger schools such as Deland, Bishop from around the state. Many schools are threatening to some of them Just won t have a chance."I .
Kenny/.Live Oak and New Smyrna. pull out of at least the football district system rather ;han know three schools in our district have talked about pulling out of it. We've got eight teams In
Against l three schools of comparable size that will also ,compete. Some have even whispered about lawsuits. the district right now, but we may end up with four or five. And I don't blame 'em. This has
separated even more 2A ball. It hurts a lot of the 2A schools that had a chance to win district every

once in a while like a Baldwin or Clay High. Now with people like Fernandina. and Baker County movIng
I into our district they probably don't have a chance. I
\ 82 Co-Champs Clewiston and MonticelloAre "Ann St lfkE"S' the same way They were a power In 3A when I was going to school (tin Bones) They'll ,
be the immediate dominating factor in that district :j
'It doesn't seem fair to the smaller 2A schools, but I guess It s the same type thing as Starke with a

... ... about 700 kids playing BUChhOlz with 1,500. What'll happen is we'll have a lot of controversy for '
Among the Football Powers Class AA about a year. Then everything will pan out and yOU'll just live with It."

Monticello Jefferson County and AA STATE CHAMPS The list of title winners has a ]Nick; Cavallaro, athletic director at Clearwater Central Catholic winner of 17 .

Clewiston two schools that have (formerly class"B") distinct lean towards the psthanbeenpowers state championships in various boys and girls sports'f
in class 2A football for die, with 11 of the 19
years, battled to a 13-13 tie Friday 1983 77777 ing from that region. Much as Inchampionship "I don't think it's really going to affect us. Our philosophy has been to play the 3A and 4A schools ,,
night Dec. 10, class 2A 1982 Monticello 13 Clewiston 13 basketball whoever comes out with anyway. As far as our area I m happy about It, because It puts more schools in our district. And we've
football. game at 1981 Wakulla 24 Clewiston 0 the Region 1 title in 2A football been playing Tampa catholic and St. Pete Catholic anyway.
Clewiston., 1980 Wakulla 20 Clermont 6 playoffs Is usually tabbed as the "We've been fortunate winning those state championships but I don t know that we put much I
The standoff was the first time 1979 Dunnellon 20- Bonlfay 6 favorite to wins emphasis on that. we're really happy about the change, speaking just about our area."
1978 Dunnellon 17<" Wakulla 12
since were instituted in Clewiston is an exception. In a
1977 Blountstown 27 Clermont 17
Florida ano1983 that two teams had town resting on the south shore of

ended in a tie in the finals. Only in 1975 1976 Palmetto Blountstown: 13 -12 Pahokee 0 the Okeechobee in Hendry County, Blair Armstrong, football coach and A.D.'at; Monticello-Jefferson County High 1 .1.1v
round does the JasperButler Clewiston is said to have one of the
the FHSAA championship waive its tiebreaker procedures -, 1974 Monticello lakeMeade7 programs in the state in an which is 1982: 2A football co-champ with Clewiston after those teams played to a

and declare the two teams 1973 ounce own tine of little 2A competition: They 13-13 tie in the finals:
1972 20 Frostproof 13 took on and defeated no less than 5
oxhampa.: Clewiston even 1971 Port St. Joe 3S cross city 6 larger classification schools this "it's not going to affect us a whole lot.we beat five of the six 3A schools we played this season and :I'!

sweet it marked the Easetime 1970 wildwood SO Port St. Joe 0 year Including class 4A Fort all four we played last year... but its unfair From the top of 2A to the bottom of 2A now you can
for 1969 30 Santa Fe 0 of students ( school lower end of the class The 3A ratio
school .bad won a state title Delray Carver Myers. Clewiston and Pahokee can have three times the number as a at the ;..
four straight Regional 1968 Defray carver 39 Williston 9 be counted on to be the might be 2.4 or something like that And the 4A ratio Is even smaller. '
despite 1967 Green Cove 33 cracevllie 0 of the each' "They're trying to get 100 In each classification but to me that's silly. My contention Is the fairest
in 2A. powerhouse* south. .
championship Monticello championship was 1966 Monticello 28 Avon Park 12 way is to go by the ratios. I would have ended up lowering the top of 3A and, 2A. The big 3A school
Ute football* crown, which 1965 ,Bonifay. 32 Eustls O' 'year.-Monticello and Jefferson County ;,.. like Buchholz or Paiadca with 13 or 14 hundred students, they can compete with anybody. If you did
its 4th .
school that you'd have about 125 schools In 4A and 3A and 65 to 80 or so in 2A and 1A. Then you could go
is the most ever by a 2A :: ; produce al"Mt a* many fine. i.
cvsrem with three games Instead of four in 2A. '
back to the eight playoff t.
Right behind Monticell with three 2A state football athletes a* watermelon*, and that school annually VMS! '+.< '
we'll be able to compete because we've ot'real good weight and speed program and good
championships Is Blountstown while Wakulla ( title*in track and welghtlifUng well as foot- Ii
'81), unnellon ('78 and '79), and Delray Beach Carveru' Sizewise. the Tigers. have compared with '3A athletes. They'll be some lean years.The smaller schools like the Lake Butlers and Newberrys are gon (J

('68 and .69): carted off back-toback crown in the division. Football na have it really roUQ'V:

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schools in recent years, and beat S of the 8 3A schools Bradford Has High Hopes Tornadoes Should be Strong in AA

they played this year In football. Bradford High Schoo ..
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of '78 and '79. with athletes like Roger Sibbald, Vito even winningrstatte Track Champs ''y.'t.\ :\"f;" ::.; t In tho'battle for class 2A'baseball state honors it's been players into the pro or college ranks Including two first-. ,

McKeever, and Ricky Easmon (now Florida Gators) "''' .i It. pretty much Avon Park against.'slew of private schools round draft choices last year.
leading the Tigers under coach Richard Kennedy championships in 1956 1983 ?????? Avon Park
sowed 'inthep .tfiveyears'. > St. Cloud was the last public school)outside of
haven't down much. They'll enter the 1983 and 196S. 1982 NewberryBut Avon Park,wef-describegl MM a baseball town (that also to win a 2A baseball title,when it was a power In that division
1981 Pace &Pahokee(tie)
season with an 8-game winning streak. no boy from BHS puts out fine basketball teams), has sent teams to the in 1977, and didn't stop winning when It moved up to
1980 MonticellOthe
Other annual 2A include Jacksonville Bolles a has placed at state since .
powers 1979 Jasper championship game the last three vears, winning In 1980. 3A briefly. Rockledge also has been a consistent winner on
school that ball since 70's and
private has dominated 2A dropping early ,
It Avon Park that beat district
handful of 1977 Pahokee was a the diamond a 3A champ
down from 3A in 1979. though a girls
Newberry, which finished 11-2 after losing to Monticelloin have done well on an individual 1976 Pahokee talented Keystone Heights team last year. ,
the semifinals this :year, figures to be tough again. The basis, the Lady 1975 Baker 3-2 In the state semi's 1981 2A Baseball Championship Games No sport has had success like
Panthers started 9 juniors and 3 sophomores in the Tornadoes haven't 1974 Monticello Other than the Red Devils (fOrmerly class "S") baseball at Bradford High in the
playoffs. fared well in the team 1973 Monticello through, the public schools 1983 111111 past four years. The Tornadoes ,
Daytona Beach Father Lopez finished 104 in the regular standings once past the 1972 Monticello haven t been able to stem the 1982 Florida High 6 Avon Park 4 won District and Region titles in I
season with 8 sophomore starters in '82. And further southFt. local level. 1971 Fort MeadeSo private school baseball tide. 1981 Miami Westminster 2 .Avon Park 1 1979 the District again in '81,and
Lauderdale Pinecrest has things its own way among it's hard to blame 1970 Florida High Tallahassee Florida High (30-2), 1980 Avon Park 4. Jax. Bolles 1 are 55-13 overall for that period I
the mostly-private school 2A leagues in the Dade 7 BUS track coaches 1969 Bartow Union a lab school like P.K. Yonge,won 1979 Clearwater Catholic 6 Newberry 3 while most other BHS boys teamsIts
Broward area. George Loper and Bud1968 Tampa catholic last 22 games enroute to the 2A 1978 Ft. pierce John Carroll 6 Bushnell 4 have been losing.
The biggest question for coaches of the above-listed dy iRechops forth licking 1967 Tampa Catholic championship last year. In '81 it 1977 St. Cloud 7. palmetto 1 With that in mind Tornadowas
schools is whether their programs will be able to stay on at the pro1966 Clermont Miami Westminster beating 1976 F.P. John Carroll 6 ,> Union Co. 2 coach Mike Hartley is eagerly anticipating -
top of a 2A heap that has suddenly become much larger spect of dropping down 1965 P.K. Yongea Avon Park 2-1. In '79 Clearwater 1975 Santa Fe 9 Port St. Joe 5 testing the 2A waters in
with the addition of former small 3A schools like Brad- class next year. 1964 Fort Meade Central Catholic was champ, and 1974 Century 3 St. Pete Catholic 1 1983-84.

ford, Macclenny, Santa Fe, St. Cloud, Perry-Taylor, Superior depth could 1963 Florida High Ft. Pierce John Carrol won in'78. 1973 Ocoee Opa-LockaPace 2 A good gauge for 2A ball is
Rockledge, Riviera Beach and Marianna. Each of those lead Bradford to district 1962 Clermont But baseball is one sport 1972 Avon Park 6 Santa Fe 3 right next door in the Indians of
school has been strong in 3A gridiron circles.As dominance. 1961 Florida High almost sure to be affected by the 1971 Ernest Ward 12 Dunnellon 2 Keystone Heights which annual
state champs twice in '65 and '66 the Tornadoes draw Still, class 2A track & 1960 take weir FHSAA classification changes 1970 Jay 3 Melbourne Catholic 2 wins than, it loses and
,A .. mrwl of whom field won't be bed of 1969 ly more
immediate respect from r ro ri m a Florida High 8 Zephyrhllls
since three baseball
long-time takes the district
don't realize Braoiord has won Just 6 ot its last 30 games in roses. Revels admitted 2A ClrlS 1968 Tampa Catholic 13 Miami Pace 3 crown.
powers- Tampa Catholic, St. Bradford has split its last 6
as much when he; saw Track Champs 1967 Hernando 2. Melbourne catholic 0
3A.Baker County has had good teams. Santa Fe was a state Chlefland run at the 1983 ?????? Cloud and Rockledge are drop1966 Avon Park 7 meetings with KHHS. The 1981
finalist back when it was a 2A school and has struck fearin Florida Relays. 1982 Palmetto ping down, along with a pack of 1965 Boca Raton 9 y0Taylor 0 Tornadoes,, who were 19-7, split
the Newberry Chiefland .Williston district it will drop Statewidepowerhouses 1981 Pahokee others (including Bradford) who 1964 Avon Park 9 Boca Raton n two close games with the
into because of the abundance of athletes the Raiders In boys 2A 1980 Palmetto could change the. complexion of Keystone team that went to the
always seem to have. St. Cloud finished 9-1 and state- track include 3 schools 1979 jasper 2A ball 2A final four that year. Last year
ranked in 3A this year. Rockledge was 64. Perry-Taylor always deep in the 1978 Jasper Tampa Catholic, a 7-time baseball BHS bombed the Indians 14-2 and
has been down much as has BHS, but is a former 3A sprlntsNewberry 1977 Clearwater catholic state champ,' Is a veritable factory for diamond 11-1 to open the season but Keystone recovered to win yet
strongboy. Riviera Beach, which plops into the district which won state last 1976 Pompano Ben Ely talent. another district title. After one more spring In 3A the Tornadoes
long controlled by Ft. Lauderdale Pinecrest was a state year, Monticello, the The Crusaders won the 3A title in a 7-0 rout over Punta will likelyjoTn Keystone's district and go head to
finalist in 3A just last year, though the Chargers were 1982 runnerup and a Gorda Charlotte last season, and have sent dozens ofBHS head for playoff rights.
outclassed by Palatka in that final 42-6.Marianna finished 4-time champ, and
10-1 this year, beating Macclenny 42-28 in a bowl game. Pahokee a state champ tnree times in the last six years.
Those schools, if not others dropping down, almost certainly Best of the bunch in the girls have been Palmetto; 'SoftballWeightlifting: /
will make a ripple in the class 2A football waters. Pahokee, and Jasper in recent years. Palmetto won titles .. ,r
Only time will tell how big a splash It will be. last year and in 80. "" .' .,'

'. ," Girls 'Should Challenge Suwannee Teams are Tops

VolleyballPrivate / f, ; WEST NASSAU. Competitive'
.'That'ahenametotemmbe1' in'class 2A girls sof tball. weightlifting ,in

And for lhoee 'barborlng'thoughts of Bradford High Florida is a young 'Wel'ghtllftlng

Schools Have Dominated This Girls Sport. .i'. becoming a girls' softball' power'it...a name to know. sport in terms of AA Champs
The'War-" ..;. state-wide
1983 ???????
seen lt remains what district to be 2A Volleyball Champs chances. But chances are state-level compeution In class Hors Callahan of the 2A.Softball Champs FHSAAsanctionedstate tion with the first 1982' Hawthorne
3A. 1981
as tough as area have "1983 ??????' Newberry
Bradford 1983 Volleyball .. meet held Just
'foT people that Ft. Pierce John Carroll 1980 Wakulla &
say Newberry
,, won four of 1982 West Nassau 10 Clearwater CC 0
placed in 1982 Carroll 4th nine years: ago, in
(26-5)- won its 2A volleyball title this fall and 1979 Lake Butler
sports other 1 th Clearwater catholiC the last five 1981 West Nassau 4. westminster 1975. 'And not until
f2H travels the state for matches, and past 2A title-winners
n 2A state 1980 Umatllla 3. West Nassau 2
football, so Ft. PierCe JOhn Carroll like Clearwater Central Catholic could play on an even 1979 were the AA
hard to gauge the 1979 Ft. Pierce John Carroll keel with the 4A and 3A champs. titles and 1979 West Nassauhaven't schools broken out of
impact dropping 1978 Ft. PierCe John Carroll BHS will still have to contend with long-time nemesis lost 1978 West Nassau the AAA meet to have their own championships.
down In a sport 1977 Tampa Holy Name Alachua Santa Fe. which won four 3A district titles in a a game to a 1977 Pahokee 9 Land 0 Lakes 8 Neighboring Lake Butler-Union County won that first
like volleyball will 1976 Tampa Holy Name row and went to the slate tourney twice, and Is also dropp- AA school 1976 Pahokee Santa Fe 23 AA weightlif ting crown in 1979 and since time schools
r be on BUS's 1975 Miami Assumption* In" down to 2A. since they from this area, and the Suwannee Conference in particular
were state runnerup in 1980. have dominated the sport.

Legal- Notice f .- - \In.- -- L-'" IL- .---... I-- .. .- .. -- .- ... -- ..--... "'-- ....--... "'-- ,.- -- i- ... -- r- ... ar-f W r.......ie-"i' ... $ e110. -,--L.... ...

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 318.81 feel to on Iron seconds East along said KUSSELL MORRIS dec_.- S.N":5ii7;; 1978 Ford Court or his Deputy, will mediately th.r.aft.r; LAKE.
FLORIDA. EIGHTH pip. located at the NWcorn.r Easterly boundary ed. Case No. 82-94.CP, I I. Pickup S.N. ell to th* highest and otherwise a default will OLDSMOBILE. INC.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. of said Lot 1; 318.81 feet to an iron pending In the Circuit. F1SHNCA5650 Tog. No. best bidder for cash In be entered against you By: Henry H. Groham.gr. NOTICE
IN AND FORBRADFORD thence South 89 degree, pipe located at the NW Court for Bradford County. DPI 353; 1978 Ford Pickup. the lobby at th. East for the relief demanded Vice Presid.nt I, John A. Roman will
COUNTY. 59 minute and 17 corner of said Lot 1; Florida Probate Division S.N. F14HNGCS813 Tog door of the Bradford In the complaint or petition. ATTEST: H.W.' Shadd, III.. not be r..pansible for any
CIVIL ACTION seconds East along the thence South 89 degrees, the address .of which I I. No. EWM 339. County Courthous In debt other than my _no
Ca>eNo.82221CAFORTUNE Northerly boundary of 59 minutes and 17 Bradford County Cour A* the property ol the Stark., Bradford County. WITNESS my hand ,2/164. Secretary. 12/30 "tpd 1/20
aid Lot I. 191.10 feet to seconds East. along th.North.rly thou.. Starker"Florida "above defendant and that Florida at 11:00 A.M..on: .and the seal I of this court. ch01/O6 .
the on December 22. 1982. "/"? "- "'*'*"* -"**'**'*"""*"""""**" .I "
FEDERAL SAVINGS the Point of Beginning.and boundary of 32091. Th. name and ad- on Monday the 3rd day of January 14, 1983.
that I will Mil to told Lot 1. 191.10 f..t to dr... ofh.. Personal January 1983 at one following-described properly AS CLERK OF THE COURTBy 'edoesn't
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION the highest and b.tt bid- the Point of Beginning Representative and of the o'clock on said day on the set forth In the : Beulah M. Moody If the Sh
d.r for cash In the East Dated this 13th day of Personal Representative' premiet of the Bradford Final Judgement InForeclowr. Deputy Cl.rk123o4tchg
formerly GUARANTY first floor lobby of the o.c.mb.r.1982. attorney are ..t forth County Jail I will offer for .:. 1/20
FEDERAL Bradford County Courthouse Gilbert S. Brown Clerk bel_. tale and tell to the hlghett Lot 11. GENEVA
SAVINGS AND LOAN In Stork, BY; Marian McRa., All Interested persons bidder for cash In hand plat LAKE thereof ESTATES recorded, as per In NOTICE OF SHERIFF'SSALE fit
Florida at 11:10 a.m. on Clerk required to file with detcrlbed
ASSOCIATIONOF D.puty or. the above property of
Plat Book 3, Pag 368
GAINESVILLE Plaintiff the 17th dcy of January 12/23 2tchg 12/30 the Court WINTHIN THREE of told defendant to the Public Records of Notice I h.r.by giventhatl
1983. the following MONTHS FROM THE DATE satisfy the aforesaid Ex. Bradford County I. Dolph E. Reddish..! ,.
described ast.t OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION a* of Bradford
v*. property ecution. Florida. .sell it
SAMUEL ADRO BROWN. forth In the Final OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)) Dolph E. R.ddlsh Dated this 13th day of County Florida und.r .
DOROTHY A. BROWN. Judgment to-wit: NOTICEOF All claims against the state Sheriff. Bradford County December. 1982.GILBERTS.. and by virtu. of Writ of
TAMILA SELENE BROWN, (PARCEL MAN) INTENTIONTO and ((2)) any objection by an Florida 'ROWNCLERIC Execution to-wit:
Defendant/Crot Beginning at Nor. REGISTER Interested person to whom 12/09 4tchg12/3O OF THE Ex.cutlon Issued out
Defendants J.D. ODOM. thweit corner of Nor. FICTITIOUS NAME notice was mailed that CIRCUIT COURTBy of County Court of Bradford .
JR. and VERNIE PHILLIPS thwett quarter (NW'4)) challenge the validity of NOTICE : Beulah Moody County Florida pursuant Ca11964-6305
ODOM. of Southw..t quart.rSW Pursuant to Section the will the qualification Of INTENTIONTO Deputy Clen.121302tchg to a Final Judgment
Oaf.ndent' ./Cross. ( %) of Section 21. 865.09. Florida Statute, of the personal representative REGISTER 1/06 for George Wort-
6 South notice It FICTITIOUS NAME sbaugh of Starke, for an ad justyour! : size
.Claimants, vs. SAMUEL Township Rang. hereby giventhat v.nu. or Jurisdiction .". .. ZZ2Z.
DEAN BROWN and 22 EAST. AND RUNNING the undertlgned. of the Court. -" Florida and against
JACKSONVILLE U.S. South 89 degree and 45 H.nry and B.tty Smith ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Pursuant to Section Michael Kirkland and
EMPLOYEES FEDERAL minute. East along North tole or lolnt owners doIng NOT SO FILED 865.09 Florida Statute, IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT. Gail. Kirkland .defen-
I.. CREDIT UNION a IIn. of sold quarter section business und.r the WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. notice I I. hereby given that EIGHTH JUDICIAL dants, In the amount of FLORILAND REALTY
r Federal Credit Union, 420 feet thence firm name of SMITH'S Dot of the first the undersigned. ARCHIE CIRCUIT $662.33 together with
.\ Cross Defendant South 1330 feet to South GROVE. ADOBE KENNELS publication of this Notlc. LEE WESTFALL sole or|joint IN AND COUNTY.FOR BRADFORD FLORIDA. costs of collection. 964.7700
NOTICE OF SALE line of NW quarter of SW Rt. 1, Box 1103, of Administration: owner, doing business CASE NO.82-497 Have seized and haveIn
NOTICE IS HEREBY quarter of Section 21,, Lawtey Florida 32058 December 23, 1982. und.r the firm name of DIVISION: my poiteitlon the 393 N. Temple Ave; Stark
GIVEN pursuant to Final thence Wait 209 feet to Intend to regltter told MARY LOUISE M. CRAWFORD TIRE GARAGE following described p.rvenal Vernle P. Odom Broker GRIJ.

Judgment of Foreclosure Eat ilde of Stat. Road fictitious name und.r the SIMPSON 2163 N. Temple Av., FLORIDA TITLEMORTGAGE I property to-wlt p. Odom, Jr. Auoclate 9604. 76. Ev.
I entered In this case, No. 48, th.nc. Nor- aforetald statute.Dated Personal Representative Stark. Florida 32091 Intends I COM 1975 Dodge-dr, I.D. No.
dated December 6. 1982. thweit along East ilde of this 15th day DUDLEY. HARDY. "..A.P. to register said fictitious ; PANY a DH11 K50122473, Tag No.
that I will sell to the Mid Stat. Road No. 48, of December 1982.12234tpd. O. Drawer 1030 name under the Florida corporation. XJB 0487,
highest. and best bidder 463 feet to west line of 1/13 Stark. Florida 32091 aforesaid statute.Dated Plaintiff As the property of the *Forwent*.
.r for cosh. In the East tint Mid Section 21, thence ((904))9604.5701 this 6th day of VS above named d.f.ndant Trailer-Market toed
floor lobby of the Bradford North on Mid Weit line NOTICE Attorney for Personal December 1982 A.D. In CLINTON E. MEIER; BILLY and that on Monday. the Cortege.One Bedroom
County Courthoute of Mid lection line 913 Representative12232tchgl230 Bradford County Florida. BYRON and ELIZABETH 10th day of January, *17 Plus Acr..G....... reed.e luded. 11300 per"'re.
r. In Storke. Florida at 11 feet to point of beginning NOTICE Is hereby 12/0904tpd 12/30 BYRON his wife 1983 at on. o'clock on *1% Ac. Bldg. Lot-Country Club .r_. $5500.
a.m. on the 17th day of laid land lying and given that on Monday NOTICEOF Defendant. said day on the premised APPROXIMATELY 16 Acre In City. Financing
January 1983 the being In NW quarter of January 3. 1983 at 10:00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF ACTIONTO of the Bradford County ._11"' ''.
following detcrlbed property SW quarter of Section 21, o'clock A.M.. the under SHERIFFS SALE OF FLORIDA; EIGHTH : CLINTON E. MEIER Jail. I will offer for tale *131 ACRI FARM Four chicken: house.. 3.000 ft. rood
a* tet forth In the Township 6 South Range signed. Gator JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Pact Office Box 2355 and *ell to the highest. frontage on US-301.
Final Judgment to-wit: 22 East In County of Freightway, Inc. will sell Notke Is. h.r.by given AND FOR BRADFORD Crystal I River Florida bidder for cash In hand, *Vt. ACRE to .'A.. ACRE LOTS Priced to sell. S2500 to
(PARCEL "B") Bradford and Stat. of of public auction for cath that I I. Dolph E. Reddish as COUNTY FLORIDA. 32629 the above described ,,- S3MO. T....... $900.00 down, peyment for S yr*. *t
A parcel of land contain- Florida: at 2173 Commonw.alth Sheriff of Bradford County, CASE NO. 82291CA YOU ARE NOTIFIED perry ot laid defendant 12X.2S -
ing 1.73 ocr.., lying In LESS AND EXCEPT Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida, under and by virtue that an .actIon to to. satisfy the aforesaid AftRESi; With 115-301 f,.........
the NW quarter of the A parcel of land con Florida one lot of (eweler of Writ of Execution SECURITY PACIFIC foreclose a mortgage on Execution. *f ACRESl with 476 ft. ..US-MI.
SW quarter of Section 21, taining 1.73 acre, lyingIn supplies consigned to to-wit: FINANCE CORP., a the following property In Dolph E. Reddish. -LOT 15- Block 30 Hlghrldge Estate.. Zoned for MH.
Township South Range the NW quarter of SW Aquarian Silver Gold St.Augustin. Execution Issued out foreign corporation do Bradford County. Sheriff OLDER 2-STORY .... hi need of r.,.rt.. Owner will
22 East Bradford Court- quort.r of Section 21. ., Flo.; and on. of Circuit Court of Union authorized to of FlOrida: 12/16 4tchg 1/6 held. mortgage.FOR .
business the State
ty. Florida; said parcel Township 6 South Range lot of luggage and bog County. Florida pursuant Florida. lot On. ((1) of GRACIOUS UVINOi One..of Sterke's .lendmerk
being more particularly 22 East Bradford County consigned to Ametco to a Final Judgement for Plaintiff SEMINOLE RIDGE Unit NOTICE UNDER home. 436 No. Welnut St.
described a* follow: Florida; laid parchb.ing Enterprises, Lok. Worth Jam. Gosklns, d/b/a VS No.7. an unrecorded FICTITIOUS NAME'STATUTE CONCRETI BLOCK 3 I bedroom. 2 bath. Well. built
Commence at a concrete more particularly Fla. to satisfy freight and O'St..n and Go.kln. ARTHUR N. GREENBERO mop of a survey of land elder .._. ...* nice yard.Lowering ..
In Fractional Section 12,
monument locatedat described o* follow storagacharg.sund.rth.provisions Chemical Supply and Fan and JOAN M. I
ol Lot 1 Commence at a concrete of Section 4b( ) Township South Range I
/the NE comer tilisers, and against GREENIERG his wife. Notlc. I. hereby given
Uniform Standard Bill of 22 Eat Bradford Courtty -
Block A of Dalewood. a* monument located of Thomas Hamilton'' and and ELIZABETH I.. that the undersigned pursuant .
per plat recorded In Plot at the NE corner of Lot I.. lading. LoTrelle Hamilton hi* MILLER Defendant;, Florida Joseph; a G.* surveyedby Knapp, to''the "Fictitious Interest Rata
Book 3. Page B of the Block A of Dalewood, a* Gator Frelghtways Inc.Carrier. wife; Jimmy Hamilton and Registered land Nam. Statu..." being s.c-
public record of told 'per plat recorded In Plat Dorothy Louis Hamilton NOTICE OF SALEPURSUANT Surveyor. told parcel bring lion B6S.09 Florida ,, May Trigger Escalation-Buy Wisely
County. for Point of Book 3, Page 8 of the 12/231tchg 12/30 his wife; and Z. W. (Zedra) TO more 'particularly Statute*, will register with Buy Now.
Beginning and run North'o publk ,records of Mid Hamilton arid Elmo CHAPTER 45 ,described In EXHIBIT the Clerk of the Circuit I
I' degrees 56 minute County for Point of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Hamilton .his wife. Individually -A*,attached hereto and Court In and for Bradford lovely i Such 3/2 In Deleweod..... .., .<....$S9MOjPeelhemelntown4beeWem
and 13 second East Beginning and run North EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. and Hamilton Notice I is given put.suonltoFinalJudg.nunt mode a port hereof;; County, Florida, upon 1 *....,._.,.,...$4..000
along the Wectorfy boundary 0 degree. 56 minute IN AND FOR BRADFORD Forms partnership In dated ha been filed against receipt of proof of publication |lerje 2 M .block home In tewn....., ..., s.. ..$32.800 ,
of told Block A. and 13 acond East COUNTY FLORIDA defendant, In the amount Foreclosure In you CUNTON i. METER of this notice the fictitious ,j Super nice mobile home on 1/2 mnlcured. ,
286.63 feet to an Iron along the,Watery. boundary PROBATE DIVISION of$...51..01 tagethefowlth Cote December Number 9, 82-291-CA 19S2 and you or. required to' name of: ''ecre..u..k.............$22.900. I
pip thence' Norm B9i of.*oid .BJocfc tt A, FIUEN0.82-94-CP. cost of collection. of the Circuit Court of the gene ''a copy of your LAKE CNEVROLET-OIDS, '$*ocleus single. wide en 1 acre* In Graham.i.$19.900 ;
i degree39 mlmife and '286.63 f.*t' ..-_' Iran, ,13439IN x Movtatd-and have. I, inlJSk written .... *... If any.BoU. under which the under. 3 bedroom, 2 bettt. screen perch, Est Call .}

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December 30, 1982 TELEGRAPH Page 15.fiT' .\


., BHS All Sports Club

,,, '

Sets First 1983 MeetingThe ,

Bradford High School All Sports Club will be holding its first meeting of
the new year Tuesday night, Jan. 11, at the Western Steer Steak House. $ J"'" __ !IIII
Meeting time Is 7:30: p.m.but anyone wishing to come down for a dutch treat ...J','
meal is invited to come earlier. :..
Plans will be discussed on promoting and funding athletic programs at -.u, ,
Bradford High School that aren't take care of through school monies. "'l\lj ', \
Examples of All SporU.Club projects include giving banquets during the I' ,
s ..NN.Jt year for BUS athletes and cheerleaders: letter Jackets and sweaters, senior, .
awards to' all BUS 12th grade"'Athletes, .cold drinks to athletes and -ft"tr.)
cheerleaders during athletic events, etc '
The parent and volunteer club also has painted the BHS football stadium : ."'/.. .
n the baseball dugouts, and its concession stand, purchased new uniforms for .. .
I, 1 BHS teams, bought track&field equipment,and has put up new fencing at the
f baseball diamond in recent months.' ,-, .
More projects such as those are scheduled for 1983. ,' .
,, .
; .. \
t : ,>' r" ,

Hall Bass Lead Girls Stat's .,,,".','1 II.J. ,I
tA l'

After the first 6 games of the season Bradford High's girls basketball team :.<\'
l has two players in with double figure scoring averages. 4; : ,;
j, / Vonda Kay Hall and Lorraine Bass are near dead even as scoring leaders so -
far, with Hall totaling 66 points for an 11.2 average and Bass shooting in 65
points for a 10.8 per game average through the pre-Christmas portion of the :
Patrick (63) Gators Bluebonnet Bound. .. campaign.Hall ,
also leads the team in rebounds with 66, followed by freshman Gloria
Lawtey's Lawrence Patrick (number 63 In middle) kickoff wil be 8 p.m. locally.The Davis with 30. Bass Is tos in stealer having swiped 28 already, and leads in What's lie DoingTo
and the rest of his Gator teamates are In Texas this Razorbacks of Arkansas head Into the game with assists with 8. My Brother?
weekend for the Bluebonnet Bowl game against Arkansas an 8-2-1 record while the Gators are 8-3 on the year.
in the Houston BHS Girls Basketball Stat'sthru Little Derek Mitchell age 5, casts a
Astrodome. Patrick a senior, will be one of the Florida reserve
Gametime is 7 p.m. and local fans can tune in for outside linebackers and also should see duty on watchful eye on older brother Michael
( 6 games) McDuffie (lower ) McDuffie is
radio coverage then but television coverage will be specialty teams as he has all during his Gator career. right as
Norn Av. Rb $fl At stretched
delayed one hour because of a mixup between the bowl pt* out by teamate Tom Pierce:
and the Mizlou Network that! is covering the game. TV Telegraph photo by Brad Cox Vonda Kay Hall 67 (11.3) 66 9 1 in wrestling warmups .before a'meetat
Lorraine Bass 8 Bradford
65 (10.8) 21 28 High.
Marla Reddish 40 ((6.8) 14 6 1 Derek has been adopted' as the BUS
Queenie Berry 14 ( 3.5) 10 5 0 wrestling mascot and goes throughthe
Connie Carter 7 ( 1.2) 22 5 1 warmup ritual with the Tornado
Watkins Buchanon Francis Make Cindy Strickland 6 (1.0) 4 1 1 grapplers.
Gloria Davis 5 ((0.8) 30 4 0
Kay Allen 2 ( 0.3) 0 1 0

All-Area Listing. ,: by- Gainesville SunBradford i

High's top offensive 48, played both ways towards the end County with a field goal in overtime in r
player, top defender, and top specialty of the season and was the rock of the the first game of the season, and did
teams.performer all made the BHS defense. When he wasn't puttingthe the same to Eastside with a conversion -
Gainesville Sun's'All Area team an- brakes on ballcarriers he was har- point in a second OT
nounced last week. rassing quarterbacks with his pass Named to the honorable mentionAll
rush. Area list from BITS were: senior a
Running back-defensive back Em- offensive tackle Dale Buchanon, Ran- >r o o i io
mett Watkins, the Tornado leader in Sophomore placekicker John David dalls (80 total tackles) at linebacker, ./
scoring (26 points), rushing (741 Francis was the third Tornado on the sophomore offensive tackle Donald j .
yards), and kick returns ((131 yards), first team- taking the kicking spot Thornton, junior 2-way lineman ,
was chosen as a running back. after drilling through 3 field goals and Wayne Cribbs, senior defensive end .
Buchanon, number two behind 6 extra points for BHS. More Impressive John Bennett,' and junior defensive
Melvin Randalls in tackles with 33 than his stat's were Francis' backs Jimmy Schoening and Eric
solo stops and 15 assists for a total of work under pressure. He beat Baker Lane.

I BHS., Keystone Will Resume Basketball Series l r

Bradford Highs boys and girls basketball teams will at the homecourt, but' also against Keystone. KHHS
be going against neighboring Keystone Heights when comes to town Tuesday, Jan. 4, for the first hardcourt }Hiday
high school athletics get cranked back up after the meeting between the two schools in recent years. The i
holidays.The JV's play at 6:30 followed by the varsity tilt at 8 p.m.,
The Tornado varsity owns a 2-5,record. while. the BIS| ., Jeto gear 3tog}! .
girls basketball team will be the first BHS squad junior varsity is 34. O p0 Joy to the worldas {
.to return to action in the new year The Lady Tornadoes, Bradford High's wrestlers hit the mats'agairy!} tt:rid i o' ,< celebrate
whfi wnn 9 nf R hpfnrn Phrisrmag! Key! th OI''S' Lady. 1 night.aJamJ7..with..bom&jnatclwagaMist q syiftL+; 'r 9V. ." we May yours be
"7") Indians Monday night,Jan. 3, for a 7:30: game. Keystone"beat High: BHS is 1-4 in dual meets so far. vol ,,,. this w"Year. bright andprosperous
the BItS girls 45-36 in the finals of the KHHS The weightlifters of BHS don't return*to competition
Thanksgiving tournament.The until Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 12,when they!" gotQ.t To our many friends
Bradford boys basketball teams return to action Hawthorne for a dual meet. >. ,,? and customers, we wish
the very best of happy, all the way. ;

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P.M. Exercise Classes Karate Classes Offered Morning Exercise Greetings
Begin Tuesday, Jan. 4 Tuesday and ThursdaysKarate Still UnderwayMorning Sunshine FloristStarke from

I They nightnexercise and aerobic classes are to offered Tues- exercise classes offered
t) dance program offered by the Starke day and Thursday nights from 7:30 through the Starke Rec. Departmentare WilliamsJewelry
1': Rec. Department' will begin Tuesday, p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Old Armory. In- still going on at the Old Armory.
: Jan. 4, with classes continuing each structor is Mike Arington. They are held on Tuesday and MarketDewayne 964.8400 f
1 Tuesday and Thursday evening at the Students can begin classes at Thursday mornings from 9:30: to 11
Old Armory upstairs. anytime and new students are given a.m.with exercise the first 45 minutes & Darlene Hardee r
Advanced classes will be at 5:30: private lessons for the first two and aerobic dance from 10:15: to 11. :
p.m. anft beginning at 6:30: ..... weeks. ,. There is no charge for the classes. Owners J
Fee is $8 for 10 weeks sessions), Fees are $25 for uniforms, $20 for --- -
at the fQ-stjtfcssi Instructor membership in the association, and f."i f.
u9rheryl Godwin. .. '$20 tuition per month for a total of$65
Students should weaivg; cpjortaple.I beginning cost. Also a $25 test fee
tflf'and tennis"shoes, and bring a- every three months (testing for

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BMS Brains... )

I Stralght-A students at Bradford Middle School for the second 8lx-weekg Second row Jody) Brown.Stephanie' O'Steen. Jennifer Brown, Tammy
are 11rFirst): Thomascft. Wendy Hsieh. Pam Willingham, Autra Brantley. Stacy Shuford..
row: [.Isa'IYerney. Jason Brown Sheila Stewart. Yvonne Bobo Holly Third row!' Robert Thorpe, Todd Gillenwaters. David Thorpe, Shawna !
Shields, and Selina Norman. Blom. Melinda Powell.. 1

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I 20 at ]BMS Bring Home Perfect Report CardsJTwenty .,; xe

or 2.4 percent, of some 825 and Mrs. L.M. Buddy) Norman of Ricky Kimutis, Lisa Mosley, Gene McKelvy, Mark Murray, Patricia
students at Bradford Middle School SR-225 west. Murphy, Janelle Oglesby, Kenneth Parado, Peggy Petteway, Allen
earned straight-A's for the second six- Melinda Powell, daughter of Mr. Owens, Eric Packham, Randall Polk, Porter, Kim Rasnick, Elizabeth
I weeks grading period which ended and Mrs. Robert Powell of Starke. Chris Powell, Chad Reddish, Marc Rowell, Suzanne Sapp, Carrie Shaw;
Nov. 23. Holly Shields, daughter of Mr. and Rossano, Lora Sapp, Joseph Seller, Chris Simmons, Barbara Smith, Noy
133 more BMS students, or 16 per Mrs. Warren Stephenson of Crosby Sabrina Starling, Richie Taylor, Srivibul, Dawn Woolvin, Matthew i
cent of the student body, earned Lake and Bill Shields of Nashville, Rosalyn Taylor, Chad Thorton, Joy Watson. .
places on the A-B honor rol ?.meaning Tenn. Vellenga,Stephanie Williamson, Ran-,
they earned all A's and B's. Sheila Stewart, daughter of Mr.and dy Wood, Jennifer Woods, Pam
Mrs. B.E. Stewart of Starke. Zurfluh.
Straight-A students, by grade, are: 1 1982 COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION
A-B honor roll students are: Sixth grade: Tangalia Bass, Marcia
Eighth Grade: Brown, Belinda Clark, Cl.ris: Durban, ENTERTAINERS OF THE YEAR
Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and Eighth grade: Kristin Alday, Julie Ferguson, Michelle Garcia, .. VOCAL GROUP OF THE YEAR
Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Tasher Allen. Annette Balkcom, Mitch Gray, Stanley Griffis, Alisha s "
Doug Gundlach son of Mrs. Carol Leanna Barfield, David Barnes,Lisa Gruen, Christi Harrell Kelly Hester, \\v i f\'' i\ II'V INSTRUMENTAL GROUP OF THE YEAR
Gundlach of Starke. Blalock, Alicia, Boatwright, Stacey Renee Hewett, Eric Hodge Michelle
Stacy Shuford, daughter of Mr. and Bowen. Joel Brewer, Ronald Brown. Howard Tonya Klein Donna n
Mrs. James Shuford of Lawtey. Matthew Bryant, Lorrie Cason. -
Tammy Thomason,daughter of Mr. Shilynn Chaff, Pam Clark 'Deena ( !IN CONCERT
and Mrs. Richard Thomason of Cox, Robert Cowart,'Vicki Crockrell, "-' ')i" :
Brooker. David Drennan?Suzanne Dyal Chris WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST
Pam Willingham daughter of Mr. Farmer, Angela Ford Kim Gowens, ;:,, .0
and Mrs. Lester Willingham of Brad Green, David Hamilton, Sherri .a tP" '
Starke. Harrell.i Danny, Hughes, Johnny a'r
Jackson, James Johnson,' Tammy f ,
Seventh grade: Lynn Robbie McRae, Cindy Mar- 3
Jason Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. chant, Melissa May, Angela Mon- AWCALTHOF
Marvin Brown of Starke. tgomery, Tammy' Moody, Ricky THE 1982
Jennifer Brown, daughter of Mr. Moore, Tonda Moore, Barbara COUNTRY MUSICASSOCIATION
and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Mosley,Jackie Nguyen Kenneth Norman ..JOYIN'83 ""'
Jody Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kim Norman, Cindy Parado,
I Marvin Brown of Starke. Debbie Parrish Tammy' Peeples,. FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
Todd Gillenwaters, son of Mr. and Audrey Pierce, Gene Powell, Logan f; f
Mrs. John Gillenwaters of Starke. Ricks, Lisa Rix, Stephanie Sams, f ty ,
Stephanie O'Steen, daughter of Kim Sapp, Shaun Schmidt, Biance t .
Gary O'Steen of Theressa. Simpson, Maxine Starling, Vyunda ",
David Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Strong, Melissa Sullivan, Cindy May all yourjoys,) January' 29 at 8 pmat
Robert Thorpe of Starke. Taylor, Maria Thomas, Ruth Under be multiplied tn nrd. &F;; ..
Robert Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. wood, Yolanda Walker, Brian f
Robert Thorpe of Starke. Whitehead, Greg Wiggins, Justin 0 .tlmes'ovet. ', ....irrthe-' ,,," the O'Connell! Center .
Lisa Tierney daughter of Mr. and Williams, Tom Williams, Sheryl. 1\; : f. '?:fN w'Vearf "
Mrs. Mike Tierney of Starke. Wimberly Gary Wise. ,1' ;! '
Sixth grade: Seventh grade. 'Christina Anders, Jgrar ',: : Di i 's!f' 12.50 Reserved Seating .. .

Shawna Blom, daughter of Mr. and Cassie Autry, Mike Barber, Erika
Tickets Be Purchased at All Outlets. :
Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke. Banks Robert Boone, Daniel(Bron: May
Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and son; Pam Carter, Dale Cassels, Beauty Shop Mr. Man In the Oaks Mall University Box Office
Mrs. Linwood Bobo of Starke.
Deborah Cowart John Davis, Connie
Foster, Dennis Glover, Dennis F Phone, Mail or Credit Cards Orders
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Audra Brantley, daughter of Mr. Gundlach, Charles Hamilton Penny Unique l 3921563SANTA'S
and Mrs. Gerald Brantley of Starke. Hsieh, Matthew Hutcheson Tommy
Selena Norman, daughter of Mr. Jones, D die McRae, Esther Martin. Starke

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Surviving Despite CutbacksBy K ,

Elizabeth Walker fered numerous setbacks in its efforts And to all 4 DONE
Phone 964-6683 to maintain these vital programs and
services now under its wings. These our friends,
Approximately five years ago, Con setbacks can be attributed primarily
cerned Citizens of Bradford County, to the new federal administration'scuts "thanks" and Now we've got to clean
Inc. (CCBCI) materialized as an' in spending on social welfare pro d'
I organization with a committment to grams. best wishes.
.. raise the level of social educational Today, facing its many obstacles behind him.
and economical conditions for the CCBCI is still\ determined to live up to ,, up ,
disadvantaged in Bradford County. its original commitment of raising the
Moving toward the fullfillment of standard of living for those who are So we're having a
this committment CCBCI waded poverty stricken in the county .
:' through proper channels and tedious One can easily show their concern AAosley
legal procedures, securing the "old"! and support for this effort by becom ?\
RJE school to house its programs and ing a member today. Membership Tire 1
services. can be obtained! with a small donation Co.
These programs and services were ,for single or family membership be
to include Day Care ((2-4 yr. olds). contacting.;Mre?; Elizabeth Walker: US 301 S.
Recreation Tutoring. Outreach (
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ped), and cultural events. Call for more information today. ,
In the past few months CCBCI suf Please Join now: 1/2 +

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B That'Affect Resident of Bradford," Union and ,Clay) Countiesl! \! .., p JIQ07ZK' ? ;' ES:

Thursday December 30,1982

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I I. Lake Butler Apparel Factory is a Real Father-Son Success Story I

By Mark Frledlln business right now is the Import situa goods shops where they will be snatched .
BCT Stall Writer tion."We up by .joggers and tennis '
can talk about free trade and it players .
: If you purchased some fine clothing truly would be great if the same stank The plant 'uses a mind boggling
for your friends or relatives at one of dards applied to everyone just as three' million yards of thread per W .
any number of' stores at shopping equally. The way ins right now, people week to fashion clothing out of some
malls In Gainesville'or Jacksonvillethis can set up sweatshops right across 16 miles of fabric. The factory turns Y. ';- ;- '4
Christmas there Is a good chance the border and crank out items an out over 800,000 pairs of items every _; _
what you bought was made at the near slave wages and sell the results year which takes the. full efforts of tI
Lake Butler Apparel Company. with no problem here in the U.S. every one of the 180 employees.?
Now in its 24th year of operation While we have all the restrictions. "We stay busy" said an employee _
the clothing factory is a real fatht.r. Then if you try to sell in other countries at one of the sewing stations. "It sa -
son success story that is one of the like Japan you face all kinds of fun place to work though everyone -
area's biggest employers and is the unbelievable rules and regulationsthat gets along and everyone knows _
biggest private employer in Lake only apply to us." everybody else pretty well. It's just _
Butler. In the meantime the factory in like a little town right in this
The company is owned and managed Lake Butler is doing quite well within building." '
by Norman Stephenson and his son the continental United States. The community atmosphere Is one
Joe who have been steadily expan- The plant is set up to do a high that Stephenson takes pride in and encourages
ding the business since its opening in volume business and there is ample In his company. Y u
evidence they are succeeding. "We employ from a widearea
1959.The company specializes in custom "We're turning out about 19,000 to around here"he said. "We have people
orders, manufacturing pants and 20,000 pairs every week" Stephenson'says. coming here to work every day
shirts for customers like Sears "We've just come through the from Columbia, Bradford Baker
Roebuck and many other big namesin busiest part of our year which are the Union and Alachua county and we
the clothing industry. back to school days in late August and still need employees to continue to fill
"We have been pleased with the early September and of course the the orders we are getting. Not all of
way the company has grown along preparation for the Christmas season the jobs here are sewing jobs as some
with the Lake Butler Community which as you can imagine is the people might think. We have positionsin
said Joe Stephenson as he sat in his office busiest of all." shipping, advertising and in other
last week. The office was a swirlof Reflecting the physical fitness important sections of the company.I'm i .
activity as some of the 180 trend that is the rage these days the just glad we have the opportunity -.. -.. .. ...
employees moved about in a fast pac- plant has rows and rows of warm-up to provide employment for so many ..' 40 ""'
ed, but highly coordinated pattern of suits waiting to be trucked to sporting people here at home." '.. ..'...., ,, I.j"", .,
activity. "We started out with just 50 ;, (1

people here back in 1959 and as you --- .._-_._-_.__. .. -L ". \...
can see we have become an important ,.
1 part of the local economy. I hope we Unusual sewing machine... .
have because' we're proud of Lake An employee at the Lake Butler Apparel factory works Her* Is one of 30 sewing stations at the plant which goesat
Butler and we want to see it grow." J a high speed hydraulicaly assisted sewing machine. through over six million yards of thread per wwk I

Stephenson has lived in Lake Butlerall .. _. -
of his life and the pride he takes in --I- 7- -
the community was evident in his I' I _
remarks outlining the growth of the

factory."We started out with 10,000 square
feet added another 8.000 in 1965.
another 8,000 in 1976 and our most re
cent expansion came in 1979 when we 1
expanded another 15,000 sq. ft.," he
said. "We are looking into an expan- ,
sion factory to be built soon in Cross
City because we just can't find !! _
enough workers here to fill the orders ,
we've got coming in the future." t -
The Lake Butler factory features 30 Ii i h h
different sewing operations all going Ion
seemingly at once as you walk J LN.yT
ferent through stations.the aisles between the dif' !

Orders for different items are set
up far in advance out of necessity. I e .
Right now the plant has just about
finished all of its winter items and is
well into the Spring and Summer Kk
fashions. a 1
"There's really no other way to
operate efficiently in the clothing t + ;
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receive and set up to display them," Joe Stephenson In his office. Coordinating the complex operations which .ith... -
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said. father and I
.. Stephenson "My must set up orders months In advance requires careful planning to succeed. .
have done most of the selling in the : '
past and most likely we will continueto.
Its part of the business I enjoy .
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about the state of the clothing_ -

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SFCC Registration
Addition One of the plant's mastercutters at work. The plant has
Sat for TuesdaySanta Remodeling steadily expanded its floor space since its opening back in INS
Fe Community College
Starke Center will[ hold a special KEYSTONE BUILDERS, INC.
registration session from 8:00 p.m:to REGISTERED BUILDING CONTRACTOR 0
7:00 p.m. Tuesday evening Jan.4,for TheMeat
classes being offered at the Bradford 4
High School in Starke. ROOFING INSULATIONJim I
Classes being offered in Starke include Powell 440 Lawrence Blvd. Store
: Intro to Literature Principlesof President Keystone Hgts.,Fl 32656 I
Mathematics. Intro to the Old _
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U. General Biology, and Lab. Principles 105 Edwards Road
of Physical Science Intro to the OPEN 8:30.7: Mon:Sat.
Humanities The Social Sciences and 2Vi doz Flat
General Psychology. THE BODY SHOPPE Fool Stamps Welcomed 964-8290
Classes begin January 8 and end
April 27. Starke Country Style

Airman First Class
21 N. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS < 473-4586 $ 699 $
Cheryl M. Hooper daughter of CHOPS 10 I
Kathleen M. and Charles J.Hooper of . .5 Lb. . . . .Ib.
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Airman Hooper Is an Inventory Starting Mon., Jan. 3 7:30: pm 99C 2.31b Slab Ribs

management specialist at Hurlburt Fillets I . .'. . . . . . . ..a. 10 Pork Chops
Field. Fla., with the 834th Supply. Register Now at
Squadron. FRESH CHOPPED 10.4 oz Cube Steak
Sirloin Steaks 49C" 2.1lbBeef Stew
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I;y ;{; tt Brpil.fordr,1ospital's! JudyM6or&. looks' lorwardto. a rose' ,.future I

\ '1. ; :, ,' ., ,,.,,, ,, munity education facilities. Systems and a social worker will
Anne -1'1:11 ;
By Sponhoiti i'
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BCT :: : ,. 'r, l'" '... ..)01 ..'.. .l.. "w'J, ', ., ', The new fitness center seems to assist the staff at Bradford Hospitalwith
Correspondent T I '" '
f r r.:. II') ... .S S !,J, \ w I''"' Wi:' ,..,,"l !':i, ,I'i !,i! ),Ii-..!',':..'I',, ,',;".if,/!!:'.';:&'. f... ',.:,.'.; have sparked the most excitement. patient care problems.
,, holds true
about This with
Nestled tall stately pines I :' "Everyone I have talked with same concept
: '
among :
: .ifii :.: :,
: other services well as the
: and a blanket of green grass on the .r. the fitness center is so supportative as acquisi-
!: outskirts of Starke, stands the Brad- ... .,' ... I"" .t1 and enthusiastic," Mrs. Moore said. tion of hospital supplies. Supplies can
: 2!; ford Hospital Inc., which for 28 years ; .. i Bradford Hospital. Inc. has long now be ordered in quantity (which
-JlOJ has served the Bradford County com j i been known as Bradford County often times means a saving) and
; however since 1982 distributed to the hospitals operating
,I \ }'. ,\ Hospital July
-'i' Behind the brick walla of Bradford '1. Bradford Hospital has operated as a under the Santa Fe Healthcare
: Hospital past the business office private not for profit institution Systems.
i M down the corridor and to the left is a 4 r l t rather than a government not for pro- the future for small
.I. small pleasant office. The desk in this t, fit institution as It has in the past. It Is 'Itisthewayof"
I.I rural Moore
i hospitals, Mrs. pointedout.
.I? office Is covered with paper work yet now affiliated with Santa Fe. .
"It means a more efficient
av on one corner sits a family portrait Healthcare "
: +f, portraying a family with five children Santa Fe Healthcare Systems has operation.
OJif (two of whom are twins) ranging in two entities which' it runs. One is .
( f age from 12 to 19. The mother of these Welness, Inc.which administers sup Judy of who' keeps' growing collection
both pictures and slides of the
9 smiling faces is energetic and attrac- port services such as the helicopterand
tive Mrs. Judy Moore, a resident of linen services.. The other is happenings at Bradford Hospital is
Melrose who is assistant ad Genesis, Inc. which coordinates the called upon on different occasions to
show her slides. If Judy is not aroundthe
of Bradford
ministrator and director of nursing. programs Hospital as
Judy generates enthusiasm. As she well as Alachua General Hospital in hospital helping staff members or
r walks through the corridors of the Gainesville, Calhoun. General patients, she can oe found giving a
hospital her bubbly personality is felt 1 1M Hospital in Blountstown, Memorial talk ana slide presentation to local
: by everyone. She stops frequently to Hospital in Williston and looks to the Kroups.If .
pi give staff members a few words of encouragement future in bringing other hospitals
e' or ask patients how they d .under its umbrella. you or a member of your family
1 are getting along. What does this mean to the patientsand have occasion to be a patient at the
S Judy's brown eyes sparkle as she staff of Bradford Hospital Ac- Bradford Hospital, not only will you
kt talks with pride of how on March 5, cording to Mrs. Moore, it means a have the assurance of excellent care
E) 1982, after 12 years of non- T mountain of resources are now and an efficiently) run hospital, as ex-
;) accreditation, Bradford Hospital available to these smaller hospitals emplified by the Hospital's three year
'\ received the most sought after which before they could only dream of accreditation status from the Joint
.1 distinction any hospital can receive L obtaining.For Commission on Accreditation of
:. accreditation from the Joint Commission example, if Bradford Hospital Hospitals, but you will probably be
\ on Accreditation of Hospitals. Jody Moore needs the assistance of a social greeted at some point during your
i "This is a real mark of achieve- worker which presently is not stay by the cheerful voice and
ment,"Judy said. "What it means to ford Hospital, and if plans go as exThe new hospital will be erected on a complex which will house administration available in the Starke area, Mrs. dynamite smile of the hospital's busy,
the community which we serve is that pected, the new hospital will have the hospital's present site and the existing and support services in Moore need only to call the resource capable Assistant Administrator,
p/ 1/ we may be little but we're good." room for 70 beds in the future. facilities will be renovated into addition to a fitness center and com center at Santa.Fe Healthcare Judy Moore.
Although Judy was instrumental in
I getting the hospital up to snuff in 90
') days, a task deligated to her by C.E.
$ O'Steen, hospital administrator, she
was quick to. give credit to the :
;. tremendous effort put forth by other T & Y -
thospital personnel in accomplishing :

=:\ this"It feat was everyone pulling together Gttb

(r:i for proud a common!" Judy goal.said. And"We talk couldn't about family centers I V eyourself

have passed the accreditation without
r:, everyone's input and a lot of hard
c work by the entire hospital staff."
_' Judy came to Bradford Hospital
July of 1981 following over a year with
=- Alachua General Hospital where she !
served as Hospice Coordinator and a gift

;.;',! Director of Wellness Personnel
::; Registry.
A long time Melrose resident Judy
resides on Lake Melrose with her husband -
Robert,who is employed at Clay
;; Electric and their five children, two
:a of College.whom are now students at Santa Fe After Christmas

51 Educated at Crawford W. Long
:: Memorial School of Nursing in AUan-
:II ta, Judy continued her education at
:.i the University of Florida where she record and tape specials !

-i was Degree awarded in nursing.a BS and Masters

She has also been associated with
I = Shands Pediatric Department and is
: presently Adjunct Assistant Professor PERSONS
; at the College of Nursing at the MISSWG i
r ... University of Florida.
:3 .. Judy is well thought of state wide by .-..,-- twl4 an : T. 1 RFaAFy. RTSANp H... -',- 'it ,>,r,,,. ,,,,.... ...,,
ti other professionals in her field as. _,,, I
'noted by the Dean of the College of pME:
I ,
j Nursing at theUniversity of South
Florida, Dr. Gwendolyn MacDonald.
$ "Judy is a very bright and likable
I ::: young woman," said Dr. MacDonald
::; who became acquainted with her
when Judy was Acting Dean of the
College of Nursing at UF.
I 3 During the 18 months since Judy
S has become associated with Bradford
; Hospital, she has seen enormous
changes transpire.
= Plans are now in the works for expanding ALBUMS OR CASSETTES
e the present facilities in order 1
i to give the people of Bradford and
.. surrounding counties a more modern
1 I.? efficient hospital. A new building:
which will house hospital rooms is CASSETTE
i currently in the planning stages. 0 eesuM
= There are presently 54 beds at Brad- .


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'I) I Carpeting OR 8.96 ALBUM Aboofufofy ROD STEWART III''i. };

Phil CsfPine ;

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What is the first thing that most b arMUn A 1AS7I or TUlarnWlNr MEN AT WORK RICKY SKAGGS THBILIXB
consumers consider when buying bewe.Fte..urn.e+.v w Wha/CC. 1M Ow '
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carpet! Color. Since this is a 0. roew : : WM Ca%II UMw .rw.b b 4awYr
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highly personal matter, this is ''JLI cTOTO i. .. JoMryJOOw.MMb.. p.w.,w. J
I x: often a very difficult decision toy s r ; '? WILUE NELSON
,. make. The color of the carpet ,-T7- ALWAYS ON MY MIND
:0 should match the customer's

5 walls, draperies, upholstery and "J4 ..row8A
== furniture.
:: Bright colors are most popular
:: today, and literally affect the -
i mood of people in your home ors 5- D
apartment. Yellows and golds
11'! are happy colon, while reds tendto
I, \ i excite or stimulate.Subtle colors
i. ;: ; ,such as green provide a feeling -
'/ : of tranquility. Cool colors, wl fa

g especially blue, are effective In ALBUMS .Give the gift

M::: orange summer would homes be a good while bet warm for a, r S P OR CASSETTES of music!

:: ski lodge.
We won't try to influence your
C color selection: but we will be 4.96 IltlOAlItlL
I ; happy to advise'you if you areS ti r L
;: having trouble making up your N +
Ei mind. See us for fine carpets in abroad _

j i I selection of colon.j .. 'Ii'' TEL ,

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I hP :: f t (' ; Inmates help Santa with wooden toys I

at Lawtey Correctional toys have moving parts but all are since state funds cannot be used for
did their part to make safe for children. 17 inmates are in- the project, said DaviVocational Newsom,
Inmates a little happier for volved in the program! _at this time. Coordinator.
in Bradford County -
this year. HRS will be distributing the toys The plan for next year Includes
They started making wooden toys through foster parents and through starting earlier In the year and makIng -
tia t te the last week in November this season their office. Toys will also be given to more toys to share, according to
8r n hoping they could share the Joyce Riherd at the Bradford County Fred G. Dobbins, Educational Super
Christmas spirit. Clinic, Northside Baptist Church in visor.This is a Joint effort,something
1 The cabinet shop at LCI under the Lawtey,and First Baptist Church in the staff has been wanting to do for
supervision of Tim Elswlck finished Starke for distribution to needy sometime and the Inmates were rally
120 wooden toys and gave them to children in the area. anxious to be Involved In the program
a } Health and Rehibilitlve Services said Dobbins. If enough toys
; v representatives earlier this week. A Tatum Brothers Sawmill In are made next year to meet the needsof
most impressive array of toys included Lawtey, C.J. EUxon Saw Mill In Wor- the county Lei may send toys to
cars, trucks, cradles airplanes, Springs and Jackson Ronald McDonald House in
whales, an owl coat hanger, log Building Supplies in Starke donated Gainesville or other needy places according
trucks and a bulldozer. Many of the the lumber and materials for the toys, to Dobbins.



Starke 964.5451

Fri.:. Sat., Sun.

Staining to finish the product..... J1pSTRIKES. t
Inmates sterUng SUMer, Joseph Adam and John Tor- 6L
toriello apply stain to the cradles made In the cabinet shop. .
The last step to make a finished product. _
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, Automated Telephone. Service Introduced Here 301 DRIVEINFri.

Sat. Sun. Mon. We're there when you need us.
Local area telephone customers are paystatlons. most operating areas nationwide
now able to place telephone credit "With Automated Calling Card service during 1982. By mid-1983. Automated Ready to help with all the arrangements during this troubl
,. calls without the aid of an operator by customers still dial zero-plus on Calling Card Service will be widely CREEP SHOW ed time ... flowers, funeral services and all the details. Relyon
using a new automated service being long distance calls", McGhee said. available nationwide. The servicewas us for advice.
introduced by Continental Telephone "They will hear a tone or announce- first tested in Milwaukee three e PLUS e
: Company."Automated. ment and the calling card number years ago, by the Bell system. Last
Calling Card Service", then can be dialed in. Billing can be year, limited introductions were heldin '1 DeWitt C. JonesiI'flW14lt
Buffalo N.Y. and Jacksonville t.
a new time saving customer con- accomplished quickly
vience available through Toucl-Call automatically without any delay in primarily for credit card calls from
phones, can be utilized by both reciting e number to an operator.." selected public paystations. Funeral Home
business and residence customers, Mceeth said the new service can be Starke Keystone Hgts,
according to Jeff McGhee, Vice- used with Touch-Call equipped Besides speed and convience in bill rw 9646200 473-3176
: President and State Manager of the phones only. Customers without Ing of calls, the new service offers /f/Avea PIrUPES EMBASSY Peleeees ,
Continental Telephone Company. Touch-Call service can continue to reduced costs to customers on In-
The new automated calling servicealso place credit card calls, but they will terstate calls, those going to cities
is available to users of public: still require assistance from an outside the state of Florida.
operator.The Customers may request a Calling '*"
USDA Cheese & Butter Continental System introduced Card by contacting their local '' ST. JOHNS RIVER
Automated Calling Card Service in business office. .
Distribution Dates Set
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Suwannee River Economic Council, COMMUNITY
Inc. Community Outreach Center will OUT"I I
N ""UM/IIe/ leEd.
be distributing USDA donated cheese r t1 ''
and butter at 1080 N. Pine Street .. .,. TERM II EVENING SCHEDULE, 198283State

'", Tuesday(RJE), Starke, Jan.,J Florida& 4, from, Monday 8:30: A.M.and There are an estimated 52 million dogs and 36 million '" (A State supported community college serving Clay. Putnam and St. Johns Counties)
until 4:30: P.M. cats In the U.S.Starke.
Those who received butter in Classes Begin: January 6, 1983 Classes End: April 26, 1983
December will be eligible to receive
".; January.butter again for the month of Family Planning, Clinic SECTION COURSE NO. TITLE CREDIT TIME DAY

.. Cheese and butter will be Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) PALATKA CAMPUS
:; distributed at the following locations:
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I NewsBrufs ,' .AccidentVictims s 1,

Lawtey Man Dead Gainesville Man

After Trailer Burns Charged With DWIA

Ralph Edward Cobb 30. was found Gainesville man was charged RecoveringTwo
with while intoxicated and
dead inside his trailer home which driving
driving while his license was revolkedin
was destroyed by fire Dec. 17. The
an accident 4 miles south of Starkeon
trailer is located
near Tatum Sawmill Bradford High School
US-301 Dec. 17.
Samuel south of Eunice.A Lawtey. according to Deputy. Charles Frank Touche 23 of teenagers are out of danger and making -
Gainesville was southbound on a slow recovery from a near-fatal \,
man passing the sawmill saw the accident two weeks when the
US-301.driving a 1971 Toyota when he ago car
fire at 2:08: a.m. and caUed Fire Chief
lanes in which they were riding was struck
Bill filed to slow or change for a
Crouse. At approximately 2:59 broadside after the driver
vehicle which was making a right 14-year-
a.m.Cobb's body was found inside the
turn. old Beverly Kay Raby.ran a stop signat
trailer.A The Toyota struck the 196S the intersection of N. Water and
wood stove heater Ig-
Adkins Streets.
Chevrolet driven by Danial Martin
nited a fire said Grouse.Cobb
was apparently Dyler of Hawthorne in the rear. The left the intensive care
alone and at the time
fire. asleep Both drivers and passengers unit at Hospital in Gainesville
of the received minor injuries and were early this week but will still be under
As routine an autopsy was ordered. treated at the scene. hospital care for two more weeks

The Cobb preliminary Wed of fire anor report smoke indicated inhala-: Damage to the Toyota was $500. before being released. Her injuries in
tion. No foul play Is suspected said Damage to the Chevrolet was $300 the 7:50: a.m. crash included 10 broken
Investigator Don Denton. according to Trooper D. C. Roberts. ribs five pelvic fractures plumonary
Bond for Touche was set at $300 for contusions, multiple cuts and brusles
DWI and$200 for DWLS. Touche was and a later developing collapse of the
Earleton Man Killed released after he posted a $130 cash lower left lung lobe.
bond for the DWI. He released Her passenger Kyle Harrison 15
was on ,
During ArgumentAn his own recognizance for the DWLS remains In Alachua GeneraillospitaIn ,... ... -- .... -- ..., .
Earleton rancher was killed ear- charge, according to Judge George traction. He underwent surgery for Smashed 'Chevy.
ly Dec. 18 when he fell under a moving Pierce. removal of his spleen a fracture of up ...
truck while arguing with his wife according the left femur (thigh bone) and Inter. 1982 Chevrolet sedan shows damage of two car accident
to Sgt. Jim Ekerd of the nal Injuries. Kyle also suffered a col- In which two teenagers were seriously Injured Dec. 15 in
Alachua County Sheriff's Office. Starke Fire Dept. lapsy of the lower lung lobe. According Starke.
Jimmy Lee Black 47, lost his gripon to his mother Mrs. Frances Beverly was transferred by Stat- School driving north on Water Street.bus and offered him a ride to school.
the door of the pickup truck as he Saves House SR-16 McKinney, his surgery went well and Flight after the accident. They reside She was treated for minor injuries Damages were $5,500 to the
attempted to stop his wife. Karen Answering a 7:30: p.m. call to 1510 he should be home in another week. south of Starke on Highway 100. and released from Bradford Hospital.Chevrolet and $5,000 to the Buick according -
from leaving and fell under the E. Brownlee Rd.on Dec. 13 the Starke Kyle will then be In a body cast for to Investigator Steve Backus. .
I wheels of the moving truck. Fire Department could see the smoke two months. They reside on Griffis The 1982 Chevrolet, driven by the Raby was driving a car owned by a Two traffic citations were issued '
Following an argument Karen and fire coming through the roof bu Loop. Raby girl was traveling west on friend Sarah Reagan, with whome even though the investigation is not
I Osborne Black. 32, was attempting to the firemen saved the house. Adkins and was impacted on the she had spent the previous night: She complete, said Backus. Raby has
leave the couple's ranch located off of According to Fireman Earl Biggs,a Beverly is the daughter of Mrs. driver's side by a 1978 Buick driven was driving to school via Griffis Loop been charged with violation of right-
U5-301in northeast Alachua County wood store was burning in the house Frances Croft supervisor of ,the by Sharon Golden Aaron, 26, a and according to young Harrison, of-way causing an accident and hav-
In a pick-up truck when her husband and somehow the fire ran up the Wall operating room at Shands where teacher at Lawtey Elementary stopped as he was boarding a school ing no driver's license. .
followed her and attempted to pull her
and spread to the attic and was coming -
from the truck. thru the roof. The fire was contained
Mrs. Black Is employed as a in the wall and attic said Police Briefs
teacher at Bradford Middle School in Biggs.

Starke.No The fire was quickly extinguishedby For Past WeekThe
charges were filed against Mrs. Lake Geneva Mobile Home SalesSR
using the water on the truck lucki- City Fish and Meat Market on
Black in the accident Ekerd said. ,
ly it was enough water since the fire Brownlee Rd.was burglarized Dec.20 -
hydrants do not extend that far on or 21 ,according to Patrolman Ricky 100 1 mile East of Keystone Red Light r4132079 -.
Starke Man Receives Brownlee Road.Estimated Bennett.

Traffic CitationsRobert damage to the house The back door was forced open to 475-1078i'( TICS3fis; '
belonging to Ron Griffis is 5000. gain entry for person or persons who f
A. Thomas 18, of Starke The cooler weather so far has not apparently used a tire tool and hack I
was cited for careless driving, failureto increased the calls made by the saw found at the scene. 40 carton of The Boss is gone to the Bahamas for the Holidays
report an accident and leaving the department. They have had several and is from
cigarettes money missing
and I'M MAKING THE DEALS while he's gone....
scene of an accident with property false alarms and the department does the store said owner Ernest Allen.
damage. assist the Rescue Unit, said Chief Approximate value is $300. Just Look at these....! ,
Thomas driving a 1983 Ford Bobby Lewis. The investigation is pending said
Ranger pick-up was sothbound on Bennett. 24x56 24x 44 I
Old Lawtey Road exceeding a safe
speed when he lost control and rolled FSP Inmate GuiltyOf Jake Murray 38, was removed Shingle roof, masonite siding, fireplace, Used 3 BR, must be seen to be appreciated

his vehicle over two complete times Attempted Murder from a Trailway's Bus at Bradford 3 bedrooms, 2 baths $500 Down $130 a Month
according to Trooper B. A. Williams. Florida State Prison inmate John Square Shopping Center Dec, 18. Ac-
Damage to the pickup in the 9:15: Atterbury was found guilty of attemptto cording to the bus driver Murray was
a.m. accident was 3000. commit murder in the first degree drunk and causing trouble. $19,900 $8,500NOBODY
and guilty of an inmate in possessionof Murray was charged with disorderly .

Driver Charged contraband a weapon, in circuit intoxication, according to .BUT NOBODY CAN GIVE YOU A BETTER DEAL
court Dec. 8.Assistant Patrolman David Crum. Murray ap-
With DWI-No License State Attorney John Jay peared before Judge George Pierce
Gontarek stated Atterbury had stabb paid a $40 fine and was released.
Roland Hardy Williams of Wor- ed another inmate June 17 of this yearon New Shipment Just Arrived -
thington Springs was cited for driving K-wing at FSP. Robert Earl Simmons, 24, of Brad-
while Intoxicated and driving while Testimony of inmate Horace Anderson ford County was arrested at the
his license was suspended I in an accident said he was stabbed by Atterbury LU'Champ Store on US-301 and SR-16 Now We're Overstocked ._- .-.w .-. .,... ......
Dec.! iS.drivinq 1976 ,when he started to walk away from Dec. 18. The clerk said Simmons was '
Cougar passed a 1979 a Ford..Mercury Mustang "'him after rsaid he didn't'want to being loud and drinking; according I Reduced J 7I Prices to Reduce Inventory ((; 8"
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which was parked on SR-18. Williams hear any more from Atterbury at approximately Patrolman Jimmy Epps. )fl j,1arn aici
started backing and back- 1 p.m. on June 17. Bond was set at $150 Simmons was
stopped, up
In A jury of 2 women/4 men found At released on his own recognizance. -- -
ed the Mustang.
There was no damage to the Mer- terbury guilty as charged.A .

cury in to the the 4:50 Mustang: p.m.was accident.$25 according ordered pre-sentence by acting investigation circuit Judge was
Damage Lake Butler Farm Center Inc.
to Trooper D. C. Roberts. George H. Pierce. Sentencing will be Inmate Sweeting GuiltyOf
at later time.Atterbury .
a ,
Bond for Williams was set at $300 Simple BatteryFlorida
for the DWI charge and $200 for the is serving 45 years for r : 1 Hwy 121 S. Lake Butler *
Prison inmate Rubin .
revolked robbery and possession of a firea n State tjet; Nay
while his license i
driving charge. Williams was released was from by a convicted felon from Brow. -d Sweeting was found guilty of batteryin .F e lILIII: 496-3921 *Nard
Bradford Circuit Court Dec.
Bradford County Jail after he posted County.Atterbury was represented >y 9. Sweeting County had been charged with ir"t\n ds Ralston OPEN M-F 7:30-5:30: : Sat. 7:30-12:00: *Chel11ical'e

surety bonds.Orange Public Defender Rick Replogle. two counts each of battery upon a law ..see \. Purina; Prices subject to change without notice *Nay 'lvJls
enforcement officer and resisting an ir Plan
'- Park Woman Truck Loses Trailer officer with violence. We Carry:

Rolls VW Dec. 18 Damages SR-16 RoadA The jury was ask to consider only __ A Complete Line of We Can ,". ..j
two charges of simple battery, a Posts
An Orange Park woman escaped trailer was dropped on SR- lesser included charge. Sweeting was '\ &. Purina Feed.anfiIdllh4"lId1e"t u."J
: serious injury when her Volkswagon when the pin holding it to the 5 found guilty and a pre-sentence investigation Health Products 'eeas
rolled over when she lost control 4.5 wheel came out just after it cross was ordered. Sentencingis .u .9
miles east of Lake Butler on SR-100. the railroad tracks Dec. 16. The roa pending. Come see us for your fencing needs:" 18A
Cynthia Ann Tyrrell 21, of Orange way was damaged when the tractotraIler Sweeting is serving an 8-year BIG
I Park was westbound on SR-100. TYr- truck came apart loosing pa sentence from Dade County for 47" American Heavy Gauge Field f{Agipjn; ",'64roll!! T Ala

.., the rell,roadway driving a going 1967 Volkswagon onto the south, left of A his hydrolic load of dirt.line that ran from tl burglary theft. Also of a a one-year dwelling consecutive and grand SAVINGS 5" Barbed Wire : . . . ::,,1.. :. . .!2o'lroltr. ,JaJ,

; shoulder came back across the road tractor came loose knocking the bac sentence from Bradford County for 52"x16' Red Top Cattle Panels fl""iJ ..). . .,...MB! g i IT v
and rolled over one and a half timeson driven by to FSP
glass out of the tractor aggravated assault according aid
the north shoulder, coming to rest Ralph Thomas Smith 30, of Starke, records. We have Seed Potat 34"x16' Red Top Hog Panels ... :?
upside down. who escaped serious injury. Assistant State Attorney Thomas In Stock Now 00 Barbed Wire Fence Stays '. ". . . .;., new a'ioa i ''32 ., r1 llcOid
1 Damage to the VW in the 11 a.m.ac- Damage to the trailer was $2,750. Elwell represented the state.
\' cident was $500 according to Trooper Damage to the roadway was $200 according Sweeting was represented by' Public Red Pontiac Seed Potatoes 25 Year Guarantee CCA Treated'el., ce,J-Mt: t3b ,; as1..
B. A. Williams. to Patrolman Ricky Bennett. Defender Rick Replogle. Discounts .
i'l '4,50 50 lb. Quantity na" I 1

f Seed Potatoes 611. ft x 2"-211. ". . . . . .. . . :l$1:30.ii: 0(1' 10
II''' FSP Inmates Get More Time For White Kennebec '
Escape TryA '475501bs. 6% ft. x 2h -3 1.50Mci,

61/2 ft. x 3"-3'/z".' '1.70..0

A year after they took a prison correctional officer uniforms beneath Pierce also sentenced the pair to 61fz ft. x 3'"-4". .'1.90Men
their clothes when the trio tied
I employee hostage two Florida State prison five years each for false Imprison--
f Prison inmates were sentenced Dec. and gagged Thompson.They draggedhim ment to be served concurrently with 6ft.x4"-5" .. .'2.10Mc
several hundred feet along the their other sentences.The .
', 10 to extra time behind bars for an un-
successful escape attempt.Two other tunnel and left him near the prison's remaining charges against 29 Gauge 5V Crimp Metal .RoofingPVCPipe12"13Mt.

inmates also were chargd that week steam plant bound but unhurt while Martin and Turner were dropped according 6 ft. .*.. 11 n. *7.10ihMt
for their alleged Involvement in the they tried unsuccessfully to open a to Assistant State Attorney .
I incident and more arrests may locked gate through which they would Mack Futch. 7 ft. ....., 12ft.: ;'7.75,.*..
j have escaped. At some point duringthe Martin is sA 16' }It.
follow. already serving a life 8 ft. '5.15ih. 14 ft.''9.00.htti
Inmates Evans C. Martin Jr. and attempt, several other inmates sentence of which 25 years must be
John Turner were in Circuit Court joined the effort.In served before possible parole whichhe 1"19'ft.. : 9 ft. *5.80ii.t. 16 ft.10.3O.'' .i

| Dec. 10 charged with attempted February Martin 33 and received in Marion County in 10 ft. 6.45ihMi 14"X10'RldgeCap.5..t: :
> escape aggravated battery great Turner 27, were charged with the In- August 1974 for first-degree murder.
bodily harm; disfigurement disability 'cident. Dec. 7 Assistant State At- Turner is serving the same sentence BAGGED FERTILIZERS
torney Thomas M. Elwell also charged which he received in June
: kidnapping: holding a hostage and 1979 also Ammonium Nitrate .
/ robbery. The charges stemmed from inmates William L.Lawley,36 and for first-degree murder in Brevard Round Bale Hay *-!******'**
the attempted escape Oct. 12, 1981 in W. P, Bolious 31. with attempted County. Turner is also serving an ad- 180.00 ton Feeder Racks
which Waldo Thompson of Starke was escape. Elwell said more inmates ditional 2V4 years for possession of a
I" bound and gagged. may be charged. weapon by a state prisoner,according 6-8-840'/ Organic $9500 We Now .Have, J
I Thompson a 51 year old vocational Both Martm and Turner changed to FSP records. '140.00 ton *
instructor wise had been employed at their pleas from not guilty to no con- Lawley has served four years of a *V Pecan Trees '

FSP for almost 21 yewars was accom- test. Acting Circuit Judge George H. 60-year prison term for possession of 10-10-10 24V. Protein *Stewarts '6:05.1:. : I
Pierce then sentenced Martin and a controlled substance in Duval Coun-
three inmates he entered
panied as '
a tunnel by beneath the main prison cor- Turner to 10 years each for attempted ty. Bolious has served nine years of a 136.00 ton. -, 500 lb. Sup-R-Blocks *:Desirables '7" M. '"
.I leak. escape to be served in addition to the 25-year sentence for robbery with a Nitrate *',
ridor to repair a plumbing 15-0-14 ,of (Molasses Block) Jf' .
life prison terms they are already ser deadly weapon in Pinellas County
., Two of the inmates were wearing ving. Soda Potash! *. '63.00 ....'M ......

'215.00 ton

UCI Inmate Dies After Being Beaten Jazz Dog Food . ALSO'
Union Correctional Institution in- He was taken to the prison outpatient al fSk pper. Tubular Steel 16,." Protein Chunks WaterWE .

j mate died Dec. 21 after being beaten clinic then transferred to Shands Jackson, of Limestone, Ala. was "Pipe".,Gate t '50 to., bag '6.25':
. t fellow inmates said prison Hospital Gainesville. serving a life sentence for robbery : Incubators
, 19 1 by spokesman David Skipper. Jackson was in critical condition, from Santa l Rosa County, he ,'was 4.ft'34". each: 21.% Protein Ration Chemicals
i Lee Jackson. 44. a'white being kept alive on life-support sentenced March 1. 1978. ,
I '! J male Bobby, was found in the corridor of 2-T system until he was pronuonced dead A motive for the beating unclear .: 8 ft30": each:hw 50 to. bag 7.00 > Garden SeedsWolverine

, !w by a correctional officer at 3:30 p.m. by Dr C.Carlson at 7 p.m.Tuesday.A with conflicting accounts of.it by 10 ft:/42";eachV 21% Protein Chunks Boots
condition. routine was ordered. witnesses.' No arrests have been '\ '
autopsy .
I Jackson Dec. 21 in apparently a semi-conscious had been kicked The homicide investigation is being made.according to Skipper; '12 ft>M5M each, 50 to. lug '7.251 i j, Barn Poles "

i. and beaten by two unknown inmates. conducted by investigators at UCI, ,14 49ttieach! 27%Protein Chunks :Seed Bed Covers

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30.1982 Page IB

I Sheriff Reddish Identifies Melrose Bank Robbery Suspects Solves CrimeBradford .* I

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County Sheriff Dolph Red- The suspect clean shaven with sunglasses mues south of Starke on US-301.Upon dish recognized the subject as being also noticed how the Tylers acted and of Starke and James Alvin 41 .
dish Identified robbery suspects causing looked like James Tyler who arriving at Green's Shop, the sheriff the other person in the photo.The only said something like "} wonder what of Lawtey,according to Deputy Greg '-
their arrest two days later. the Sheriff said he has known for over saw two white males, one of which difference being he had shaved off the got Into them.?' Mr. Green told the Nichols. James is Cecil's uncle.
Early Dec. 20 Sheriff Reddish was 20 years. Reddish said he has arrested wu James Tyler, the other person facial beard. Sheriff they were trying to buy a new
shown a newspaper clipping of two Tyler in the past. The second was a Tyler the sheriff said be The sheriff said he spoke to the cutting torch outfit he had for sale. The two men alledgedly walked Into 0 ;
subjects who had robbed the subject Reddish said be did not recognized as being one of Sam Tylers with negative response; The sheriff went back to the sheriff's the branch bank office shorty '
Keystone State Bank Branch Office of recognize. Tyler's sons,a brother to James.This James turned his back and acted very office examined an 8x12 black and noon Thursday Dec. 16 .
Melrose,one of whom he immediately On Doc. 21 about 1:30 p.m. the subject was approximately 6'tall,175 nervous and they immediately left In white photo with the bank robbery the teller to fill a bag with money.
recognized as a life-bng resident of Sheriff: went to Burdette Green's Ibs., a lot of black hair with a full a late model, off-while Ford truck. suspects and determined that both They displayed no weapons and left In
Bradford County.FHP Equipment Shop, located about 4 mustache. At this time Sheriff Red- Burdette Green who was present. subjects had been at Green's shop. a car later found to have been stolen *bIn
The second subject was Cecil Alvin Gainesville earlier in the day. A !*
Tyler also a life long resident of Brad- short distance north of the scene,they "1J
Predicts ford County. abandoned that car and left In a soc'
27 New Year's Highway *
Sheriff Reddish contacted Clay cond vehicle.
County where warrants were
Twenty-seven die In and remove drunk and drink- that produce accidents." So far the state prediction of 38 quested for the two arrests and Bradford Both Tyler's are hi custody of Clay JjJ:
traffic accidents in Florida during the ing drivers from our highways as well "If you anticipate having a happy deaths statewide for the holiday County executed the warrants. County Sheriffs Department where
1983 New Year's holiday period unless as strict enforcement of all other holiday, please don't drink and period has been exceeded,the count is Arrested were Cecil Alvin Tyler, 26. they are being held without bond. ;:*
there is a drastic change In driving hazardoiM moving traffic violations drive/said Hobbs. __ now 40 traffic related deaths. mill

habits, according to a prediction .
released today by the Florida I Items Available In TG&Y: Family. Centers Only.Jan. I lin
Highway Patrol. O ..
.. to
This prediction is based on fatality G d 0 :.
experience during the past three New / f
Year's holiday periods which recorded :
the following fatality experience: \ oil
1979-80, 102 hours 31 fatalities; ., !
1980-81, 102 hours 31 fatalities; O < V O O'n
1981-82.hours .34 fatalities.
Robert A Butterworth, Executive Q I
Director of the Florida Department of 1

Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles o /0
said, "The 34 deaths during the New \
Year's holiday last year brought t vi
needless tragedy and grief into the o mlOD
lives of the victim's families at the I ; :
In Bradford County, based on Man
records for the past three years, the \
FHP office is predicting there will be eN .1w'BO
two traffic fatalities, according to na I
Corporal J. R. Hobbs. :
Department records on traffic accidents 118(
statewide reflect that the five 2U'PEPS
leading contributing causes of traffic .. 'fIIIII' nllot
deaths last, year were: Had been :
drinking and driving while intox. oil
icated combined were listed as the S
contributing cause in 12 of the 34 fatal
accidents. Careless driving ran a I Sturdy Ware FJ
close second place as a contributingcause
of 11 fatal accidents.Exceedinga Arvin Portable u
safe speed or exceeding the speed Divided Foam ;
limit was listed in six fatal accidents t
' and pedestrians walking in roadway, Heater
in five fatal accidents. /
' "Record research relects that'76 Plates
percent of these fatal traffic accident IW
victims were males," continued But- Drinks 40 Count 0}
terworth,"while 23 or 68 percent were :.
1 under the age of 35 and 22 of the 35 $1R96No.16H25| -.ab
fatal traffic accidents occurred bet-
ween the hours of 10 p.m.and 6 p.m. $
"The major objective of this 99 227 10I
Department is the reduction of
needless lives lost and human suffer- NI'a
ing that results from traffic ac-
pi ents"saidButterworth.Trooperswill
continue their stepped-up en- Cw
forcement efforts in the battle to

Traffic Woman ViolationsMary Charged J dtra_b me. )jg i .- I 1ril .

Gaskins Corbett,54.of Starke Coleman 16x20
was cited for careless driving and..

leaving property the damage scene of Dec.an accident'18rCorbett') with ". :;a aCamping; .i ,nuraflameFireplace. ;, Collection I, ,. 'rilO"

was charged at her home following an
accident on Call Street, according to
Patrolman Ricky Bennett.A Fuel w
1976 Chevrolet pickup was Frame 3s
damaged while it was parked on Call .
Street at 3:20 p.m. According to 1 Gal. Can
witnesses a 1980 Datsun was traveling Logs .I'sIa
east on Call St., left the roadway and a
struck the parked pickup,then left the $ $597

scene. 297Centurion 1.1tfc
After running a tag Identification
Bennett went the owner's home andcharged .67c h
Corbett.the driver of the
vehicle. She said she thought she had ..
run over something but didn't know.
she had hit a car.
Damage to the Datsun was $300. l..
Damage to the pickup was $600. I : '

Stolen Pontiac
Fd ind In Lakeland '01im

A Iff77 Pontiac Trans-Am stolen in Stereo i
Pure Air 99
Starke Dec. 17 was recovered in c'lfei
Lakeland Dec. 19, according to In- Cassette
vestigator Steve Backus. Black & White By Pollenex irfi
Tha+![Pontiac, belonging to Rubin .des
Hendrietb of Lawtey, was parked at $4.00 Company Rebate cano
Cal1.nd 6t;Clair Sts. In Starke Dec. Adapter
17. Tfte value of the car is 7000. T.V.
Driving the car when it was found Su
was I+Clyde': DeWitt Daniels 21., of 12 II for 8 track tape player 19.96 '
Daniels avoided
Bradford County. apprehension .H
.and is Mill at large, said

Backus. *

Sentencing In Circuit 69.86 $24.97 i

Court This Month

Harley Keene of Starke appeared lie
before Judge Wayne Carlisle Dec. 20 fl'
for sentencing on the charge of 01ua
manslaughter. Keene was sentencedto SOFT-WHITE I
S years probation and a fine of .a.," "v'M miJol
$2,500 to be paid to Bradford County
for services of the public defender. 51 Ct., 8.5 oz. >ni

Carla Mincer was sentenced to Shower AIAIAAIIUtIA1A Sol
three years In the Department of Con
rection. Mincer was.transferred to 7grouwAUes Styro Cups olKI
Lowell earlier last week,according to Curtain & "' '' _
the sheriffs department.Mincer Ring 23
was guilty of aiding an
escape attempt of Florida State '

prisoners. SetReg. GE Solf 271.00 wtiod i 01.

Jackie Edmonds was sentenced to
three years for aggravated assault. Bulbs
with a deadly.weapon. Light .n1

Richard Strickland was given probation
of three years for his escape 3.00 fa1)i1 sq

for a work release program. $1.47 .

Sarah Reagan was given three
years probation for resisting arrest
with violence. The charge 01 poaes.- .
don against Reagan was dropped at ,
earlier time, :
an tant State accordingch. MasterCard and Visa aedit; card: accepted.

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Fri. 9-7 VIf"
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heartfelt thanks to all who ex purchase;return It.We will cheerfully exchange1 ,
and your :$(J
tended their recent prayers sorrow., sympathy For the fully refund your money:If advertised merchandise 1 Is A4L
beIp toad i la owen our and other kindnesses we fftui3rceiiitersyou available,we'll gladly" issue you a rain heck.We want .
to be happy I
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t'.,' :, : 1'o- marketing quota will be 910 16.3 percent below 1982's, because the orderly manner.
';H u: ; \',:., f, ; :. I,,;;, million pounds 10 percent below the No Net Cost Tobacco Program Act of Supplies of flue-cured tobacco the
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Florida State Prison inmate Myron Fleming escaped Fleming Is 6 ft, husky and weighs IKS pounds, he may still 82 Chevette 4 dr. 4 a/c radio
Christmas evening during the crowded visiting hours, be in the area. speed, ,

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1f,11 Inmate pulls escape attempt from FSP Lal\l; uuaiiiy Used Cars

1982 Buick 7588
i i 3 A 43-year-old FSP inmate who is said "an inmate had escaped. The area. lie is described as a white male, Regal . . . . . . .
unable to talk without a "voice box" caller didn't identify himself just husky build 6-foot weighing 185 .
i1 left the prison grounds Christmas said he was an inmate. He didn't say pounds.Florida. 1982 Olds Cutlas 7388
evening and is still missing. The con- who. He just said an inmate was missing State Prison was open to . . .1. . . . .
victed killer apparently donned a correctional walked out in an uniform said visitors Saturday for Christmas.
I I officers uniform and walked Skipper. "They took the head count Christmas is always a heavy visitors 1982 Pont Gran Prix 7488
I out of the maximum security prison and sure enough one of the inmateswas day said Skipper. . j. . . .', ,
leaving behind his "voice box. missing." Fleming had been ordered to die in .
: Inmate Myron Fleming a one-time Officials now theorize Fleming may the electric chair for shooting and 1982 Camaro HB $8388
::: Death Row inmate whose sentencewas have painted a pair of pants brown, killing Stg. Mike Yahl of the Lee . . P. . . .
commuted to life in prison two possibly with shoe polish. Left behind County Sheriff's Department duringthe .
ii years ago was discovered missing in In the shower room were a pair of blue robbery attempt in Fort Myers in 1975 Gran Torino $1888
II; a 8 p.m. head count said Florida prison pants. 1976. His sentence was reduced two . . . . . . .
i Department of Corrections Fleming was shot in the throat six years ago 10 life in prison with a
.. J: spokesman David Skipper. years ago during a robbery attempt 25-year minimum before parole. TheFloHda
i i Confined to a population wing, In Fort Myers and he must hold a Supreme Court had ruled that
;1' I S Fleming apparently escaped after device to his throat, in order to speak Fleming's crime wasn't especially Lake Chevrolet-Olds Inc.U.S.
i climbing through a shower room win- understandably. Without the devicehe heinous attrocious and cruel, as had .
| dow where the bars had been sawed is only able to make "gutteral been cited as an aggravating
i through, wearing brown trousers and sounds.. said Skipper. Officials hope cumstance to justify the death penalty N. 964.7500
i a correctional officers hat and Jacket. Fleming's inability to communicate '
r,t j No one stopped him since he was without the device will make it easierto According to prison records Flem
v i wearing brown trousers and a c.o.'s identify and catch him. ing is also serving time for attempted
) hat and Jacket. At 7:50: p.m. a call Officials believe Fleming is headed robbery and attempted first degree
L' | j I came into the prison control room and south since he is from the Kev Largo murder an additional 30 years. Happy New Year PIONEER

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t 'I u'U'Uu Trailer Pole Special

I ;l I Legion Cancel Meeting Peace ls<3. 43:3 from the. Staff 200 AMP-5250

.' om ..._ :: J.... 1," r-.. ... ,D.IIv.redAnywh.r.r i
'J. I American Legion Post 56, Edwards Appliance Repair .' jar t thIsrael' a Lord thy God-the Holy one of 03:: :' .-\, ,. HT* In Bradford County .
Road, cancelled its scheduled mon- jhu $. a1 vlour. ;" )
!/ I j r thly meeting for December 29th ac All Work Guaranteed -
'r : cording to Commander George .. d
C ttl. Ho,( .
All Brands, Spec'.I..I.'
also stated that the Including MicrowavesServing I sa. 4J: :11 ... .
I i Pierce. Pierce Lake -" --, w...n.Ma l.iatbr C.".,. HELP WANTED
: meetings would start at 7:30 with the R.glon *>iiia, P.M. bur ,..., Iqulpnwtt4th
IE iO next meeting scheduled for January (t004))'....6174 I even t am taviour. he Lord and Beside me there la no P-,.hie Ovr w.29 toy y.ar th..uxfnrim h. | <. sees,:., Applications are now
Sad PoIoI.
I 24.. He stated that during the winter Month being taken for Fla.
months the meetings started at 7:30 Times Union Paper

.. ...... and in the summer at 8 p.m. U.P,C, Starke North Florida route in Starke Hamp--
<0. At the last action .
post meeting was ton area. Phone
Farmers Livestock
I Inc
taken to the Girl Scouts and Market
i V permit WilLIAM CATHOLIC CHURCH 964-5165. Monday thru
: their leaders to use the Post home for ((2 ml. N..t 67..U..44:6.1 Loh.city) '
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Friday .9 am 5
S MASSSaturday: 5:30: pm _.OHIt.("'4)7) .$.M7..1.1..city n.T. pm.
PastC 1111 Sunday 9:00: pm __lie LI___ok.. Wwill Must have dependable
w Bill Wilson Fagan Land Development I t J..h..mrlla.rMth 71.pd. ....Oft. .....1..h..l.d ywM transportation telephone I
i reported that about 75 attend CLASSES OF RELIGION ..._.
AU.. persons W.w. witvrS t.lklror .bpr.y coed..lIIft8 and able to post
11 ed the breakfast at the Post home on PreSchool C.C.D. ((3-5)) Sun. 9.00 am .... : Veterans Day. Nov. 11. Grades 1-12 Sun. 10:13: am Clay Dir t Sand and Top Soil _(", ,,711-.u I cash bond. t
J _.
""i In other business the members apSACRAMENT OF PENANCE ,r .".L.Ick.Hoe ......... .
:; proved plans to clean up the recrea '. Sat. ":"5.5:15: Bulldozing REMODE'uNG '
tion/picnic area behind the Post home cMb Be Work jf1 HOME 4
and to re-pave the parking lot. Father Michael Williams REPAIR of an kinds Room
;; It was reported that the Post had RO ad! Grader Work additions. Free
presented the American flag to the Nursery Provided
r2 next of kin at more than a dozen Satsuma Estimates. 473-2187 Y". RI, ,
Keystone H' ht KeysiiPhone I II. one Heights Florida
funerals the John Adams Bulkier
during year. Adjacent to Elem. School s. A Prosperous Gift

: 473.2 014 473.2149 |j iffr.. fcu frj1-*>ystfikA_ 'hj1REAMES I NOW Is the. time to Invest In a Real Estate! I

II I Investment while the Interest rat. Is down.I

Keystone Heights Ads .-....-.-.---.-.-.-.-.-.................-.-.....-...;;..;...-...-.-..;.-...-.;..-.-.............-.-.....-.-...........-.-.. ......":.':_...'VI' Don't wait too'late.-They,won't stay down]
HEATING long 11 ShouldQ't-take more than .6Lto'] f
At I waek. ta r\nm\ and niiollfl./4 rnntrnrtHELP

tIMISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP HELP SERVICE Call l now for appointment;;i "' to lee t

| available acreage and homes In'the area.
BINGO. AMERICAN LAKE LOT on land bottomed OFFICE SPACE facing Merry ChrisJ.maJal. '"
LEGION HAll.Sr.21 Safer- lak. In Hillcrest. $800 Lawr.nc. Blvd. Next doorto G &Oil Heaters
& A New
I days, 7 p.m. and Sundays down, $146.44 p.r month. Andrews Drugs Also SITTER: in my home REFINERY CORP.! offers XOSMOTOlOGISTt Readymade Cleaned Happy Year
'! !i 2.5 p.m. Public Invited. Phon. 473-4038 or several large offices for for thr. children from PLENTY Of MONEY clientele for experienced I Thank you for your past patronage. _
::1 10/1 tfnchg.: 473-4367 altar 6 rent In rear of building 8:30: a.m. to 5:30: p.m., plus cash bonuses, flnge person. -ALSO: ft Checked
d ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSt p.m.lO/ltfnchg facing Flamingo. Call. Monday through Friday. benefits' to mature Individual all around helper with
Closed BEAUTIFUL LAKI GENEVA 473-3411 10/1 tfnchg S400 month. References In Keystone license. Doris Hair Clinic. etRead.'orWlnter JANE S. USHER
meetings Monday 8 p.m. occ... lot from $5,500 COMPLETELY FURNISHED required.Call 473-7373. Heights>,area. Regardless Phone 4732211.Family J.R.
Open meetings Friday 8 $500 down $71.74 p.r house on Spring Lake, 28R, after 12 noon. l2/30Itpd of experience Writ. A. D.
p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 month. Discount on entire A/C, $22S/mo.$200 Sears Pres. Texas Your Union County Realtor
p.m. All meetings at 10 ocr_.. On wat.rfront deposit.Call 264-S3S4: after Refinery Corp., Box 711, Rea mss 496-2126 or 496.2903
Educational Building Com lot. Call "73->4375. 10/1 6. tfnchg lOll Fort Worth Texas, 76101. Hair Designer 360 W Main St., Lake Butler
munity Church 473-279O or COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on LAKE GENEVA COTTAGE. 12/30 Itchg. Help Wanted 964-6947
i 4752130. 10/1 tfnchg corner of Lawr.nc. Blvd. BR, furnished. $18S/Mo; Steve Broadway Must be experienced In cut Day or Night
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS and Flamingo near SIM OFFICE SPACSdowntown 1 and blow style. 964-8962
!' No dues,lees or w.lgh Ins. and SR-21 interaction next to Stat. Farm j TREE SERVICE '".) )
Open meetings Tuesay's, 4-..parat. office complexes Keystone C.nt.r, 1 1I
I 7:30 p.m. Community ; corner lot with entrance $160/Mo; KeystoneHeights Removal
Church Educational on 3-ldet of R.alty, Inc., Used
Building, Keystone building. Owner financed, REALTOR, 473-4961. I Trimming i Mobile i omes
Heights, 473-2790 12/16 with low Int.r..t rote. Call 11/ietfnchg Now Applications
Free Estimate
y1' ;
/ tfnchg 473-4920 or 473-3411 NOW TAKING APPLICA. : 2 & 3 Bedrooms .
BINGO lions Club .. TIONSt for 2.3 bedroom
t ocr. 1971 FIOO" FORD TRUCK! 473.4732 j jI
from high school Tuesays. Long bed 300 6 cylinder homes. $135 per mo'upplus .full warranty for
Bird 7 Regular. utilities. Call 473-2879 year
Early p.m. motor, standard transmlslon. -
7:30 p.m. Public Invited. N.w paint Job or 4751078. 12/30 tfnchg I After 5 P.M. Completely Reconditioned

I 10/1 tfnchg. throughout., $3.493.Excellent Phon.condition 2BR Geneva.MOBILEHOMli Partially on fufnitK-Lak. Keystone Heights. John D. Brown One & Two Bedroom Apartments]

I,, NOTICE 473-4597 11/24 tfnchg .d deposit., $173/ma.Call 473-4OS8. $100 oft.r L Licensed..&"Insured,,..j Home Center Inc. ,

should be submitted to the LAKE BUTLER'APARTMENTS
Lake Region Monitor office PERSONALSERVICES Huntley I sR-21 nW17'KeystoneH .
'I I In writing unless and paid credit In advance Is Monitor found newspaper en dek off ic.In. Redfearn's 14..J %_'> ft"* 'fr--? 1005 S.W. 6th ?t., Lake Butter Florida fI.f

already established with Ring contains 2 GM car SERVICES '!' -- ,..- I.

this Monitor office.staff cannot beheld and keys,several post oHke. others.box Call key CARPENTER WO.lhRemod.llng \a 1 Business Opportunity APARTMENTS FEATURE .
work kitchen
r 473.221012/16 tfn With Cat
for Convenience Store
J mistakes responsible on classifieds BIAGU PUPPY! one year cabinets,. Reasonable and trimcarp.nt.r. / r. -473-4340 or 'For Lease, ../Wall to wall carpeting 'Draperies 'Refrigerator
when ad Is taken over the old. lost Saturday, Dec II *
Call 473-4252 Stove On-Slght Laundry facilities
SR21 north. H found call prices. 473-2477 after .: ,
.: telephone.Classified deadline Is 473-3747. 12/23-30 2tchg 5:30: p.m. 10/1tfnchg .Need en-sight.dealer with strong marketing. kids. r
Tuesday noon prior to WORK Stare currently company" epereted., =
.' Thursday publication. additions Building, r.mod.ling patio,, Repairs Of Major Capital' required for grocery Inventory;.. : Equal Housing Opportunity .
Minimum ,charge Is. ISi fOR'SALEFIREWOOD home oNo good will or franchise._..High volume .lecetioe'v.llable i -
and Electric
tile work. Free Appliances '
i'I words for $2.73. then 10 ..tlmot... Phon.473-4473 in Lake Buffs and lte.....' I j ji Rental'. Assistance Available for those who qualify
cents far each word I during day. 10/1 tfnchg Serving Bradford & i Call ColUcti Frd Powell .

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St.. 9 ..m. to 5:30 p.m. homes and spaces for rent. $129-$165 month. Call -a'-5.40.9'-6: ; 10'.6.99; You deliver" $125. Olin. i Ud
workshop, service

carport. Pecan IV.7.62 I2--8.26.: We ttru r
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Yell Recreational vehicle Mobile Homo Sale. Hwy.
como coo ut at our 964-8404. Itch, 12/30 d
trees, hand carbide,
gord.n manufacture. Jacksonville.
area. !
Starko. 964-5606.
now locallon.3/18t1n.1 Phone 4682912. 100 W
49500. 964.9610. 12/30 9/16 tinMOSRI RENT A NEW BALDWIN chain mower blade hollow Call toll free rREAD'Y
IRa MOVING SAUl Dec. 31 TFchg
2tpd 1/06 PIANO for your child only ground and balonc.d. 1-800-342-2702. tfn
and Jan. 1., a.m. to S p.m. HOMES P0RENT] WANTED TO BUY SAVE
638 N. N.w $22.50/mo., plus small leave at Jackson Building ONI ACRE LOT St. Rd. 16 W.
CHURCH; refrig. 2221 Ralford Rood. Itpd On. mile from Slarke city COINS 1964 and older. J
and .tov. Brand new rug 12/30 limit Clean. Hwy. 16 E. moving charge.All) r.nt Supply In Starke, Keytsone slon.Michael Faces Gllhooly hard lubdlvl-road. Sterling gold or gold filled.

throughout hov... FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Call 468-1323. 10/07 tin. and moving applies to pure Heights or toKe Butler Well tank. J. R. Bullington 964.6250.
964-7709. 12/30 1/06 KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom cho... Porromore Musk ,TFNchg septic Selling 11/11 tfn PHONE 864-7776
2tchg Doc. 31 and Jan. 1, 9-5. $7500. Will take terms. ,
Hwy. 16.7 ml. from Storko. for rant at 1 low Oaks Mall. Gainesville. SEWING MACHINES 964-5&06. 10/07 tin HEAVY DUTY AIR COMPRESSOR 1l0EUInl.IWUI

Electrical one mile from prison goto. weekly rate.. Call T.mpl. 3783626. 11/11 Hn REPAIRED All makes 8 ACRES located facing State or component.Any 205 H. Temple, Stark

look for (Ian*. Black and Motel 96/-7357. 9/16 TWO I BEDROOM houses on cleaned,. oiled and ad- Rd. 227. Brooker Rd. condition considered.
N.w initallatlont or while TV. cloth... EOW/tli! Johnson Lake. 1 at $200 lusted. $19. Work $14.500 with terms 964-7015. Itpd 12/30

repair*. Experienced. household Item, odd and CLEAN MOOR HOMES for month and 1 at $150 guaranteed. Jama 964-5606. 10/07 Hn

Llcontod Low Rots end.. llchg 1230Classified r.nt. On Hwy. 16 E. Clote month. One 2 bedroom Strickland corner MorganRd. HIGHLY FERTILIZED! Argon- LOSTFOUNDREWARD

964-8780 to prison. Call 468-1323.. trall.r at Rldgewood and Hwy 16. TFNchg tuna Bahla Hay J.M. Edwards -

(Free tillmotet) Ads 10/07 Hn.1ROOM Estates, $200 month. First CHAIN LINK FENCE Install- 964-5379. 12/09
EFFICIENCY' InLowt. 4tpd 106FIREWOOD Lost moll beagleIn
last month rent $50 !
ed. Fr.
estimate Handy.
Get Results .,. 782-14S8 or deposit. 473-2578. 12/16 FOR SALES Oakor vicinity of US-301 N. Tattooed A
Man Fence
782.3919.9/30 Hn own.rTommy pin.. 1.length 24" to In _r. 6598. Call
tin Reddlih. 9648559. 40' 1/2 cord $30
price tIn
HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng 964-7512. 10/21
npd 982"PEYVI"ER or
Union room. LAKE GENEVA 3 aR.I REPAIRS Call pine $10 truckload. Sunshine MillionThanks
CountyAds Underwood Motel. 3 miles Boyle Highway area.
% Bath on canal Acres West 16 Call
the Office Shop 110 W.
north of Starke on 9647699. We load for Thur. Doc. 16. Reward of
overlooking Lok. Geneva. Call St., Stork., for details you
Highway 301. 9/16 tin month. Call between 930 a.m. to 2:30 fered. 5332157. 12/23
$200 p.r 964-5764. tin
p.m. Mon-Frl. 12/16 tIn 2tchg 12/30
HELP 378-1448 days or 376-4766 GLASS CUT TO ORDER HAY FOR SALE Large rolls, COCKER SPANIEL Copper

evening 12/23 tin Door., window., etc. Argentina Bahia and colored Tag No. 188. Lat

WANTED IN COUNTRY Thr. JACKSON BUILDING SUPP Coastal Burmuda mixed. seen on county rood 229.

--- - bedrooms, fenced In with LY 964-6078. Orders also $25 A $30 per roll. J.M. Edwards near N.w River Answers Dear Friends & Neighbors of
PERSONAL FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE own yard. $225 per ma. taken In Laka Butler Jr.. Edwards Rd., to Benl.| Reward Call

SERVICESCLOSI Scholarships available for Remodeled. One trailer 496-3079 and Keystone 9647376. 12/16ltpd 1/6 964-5633. Itchg 12/30 Bradford Union and Clay

unlicented persons. ERA: lot. Call after 5, 964-6365. Heights. 473.1973.2/26 tin HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argentina REWARD, Lot eye glades
AND ADDING Faulkner Realty' 9645065. Itpd 12/30 FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS Bahla Hay J.M. Edwards cete.Brown cate, silv.rand Counties:
10/28 Hn ONE EFFICIENCY ROOM Ph. 96.5379.12094tpd black frame bifocal
FABRICS In stock. $3 o RENT Union County Tim.. 1230CHICKEN
782-3971. 12/30
NEEDED Certified Pro- Itpd
$55.00 per mo., plus $55 144 W. Can St.
85 2nd
yard. Phon. 496-2219 or SW Av., lake FERTILIZER]
Blue Tick
school Teacher and FOUND dog In
.. 496-3143. Butler Phono 496-2261 for security deposit Available1st 947303Open Cloverettle's Poultry Call 473-3473. Thank you for your confidence
attendant. Both Blending.
TFN 10/21 more Information. TFN caro of January 964-5430. Farm, 7Vi miles south of
10/1., should call for appoint Itchg 1230IN T.W.ftF.'- 9 til SiMThur Starke on SR-IOO.( We load. Itpd 12/30 In buying and selling
ment. 964-5232 to apply In LOST ON FLUMlItD. Rd. 13.
RENT TO OWN A N.w HAMPTON Unfurnished *. II AM til 7 PM Phone 4734508. 12/23
INSURANCEMAINES person. 12/30 tin 1230DRESSESt little black beagle.Answers your and commercial
house, $150 first and 2tpd
Baldwin Piano of your mo. Sat. f AM HIS PM of
choice. Porromore Music last. For Information call absolutely perfect properties through
INSURANCE AGENCY 904-732-6776 Ocala. 7/8 put.r operator to operate ask for AppointmentsNot $5 $6 t $7; shoes; pocketbooks Dalsey. 9648236. Itchg
473-4456 Morgl.
] 160 S. Lake A".., Lok. tin 8-93 Burroughs computer. Always Necessary ; radios ana brand 12/30 Terwlllegar Realty.
Butler. 4963978. Compl.t. Minimum requirements: 12/302tpd 1/06 BABYSITTING Toddlers and new coffee maker 635 N.
STORAGE SPACE FOR liNT.Approxlmot.l :. STARKER 3 BR 1 BA home.
AA In data 6 Will Church. 964-7709. 12/30
Insurance Service. TFN degree processing up. 7 a.m to p.m. MISCELLANEOUSFREE
BOO square or four years work Stove, refrigerator carport pick-up from school. Call 2tchg 106APPALOOSA

feet for additional Information experience as a computer washer/dryer hook. Irook.r 485-1861. 9/23 tin GELDING. Without your friendshipand

LOSTFOUNDFOUNDLAKESIDE call 496-2261. TFN. operator. Apply to Parson.n.l up. $215 per mo. First last CUSTOM FARM SERVICES Very ,.ntl.. 964-4738. PUPPIES 782-3433 or
I Director at City Hall. security. 4681509. 12/30 land Itpd 12/30 782-3716. Itpd 12/30. trust we would not have
FOR SALE Bulldoslng clearing
12 X 65 TRAILER Control.
Itchg 106MOIILI
PARK 2tpd plowing disking grassplanting been able to accomplish the
ELDERLY WOMEN to live 'In HOME on GrIHIs Bobby Zoltowskl. 9601.8382or brown/black. Free to good
SWIMMING AREA Aug. 9, TIMBER JACK spreader truck
964-5445. Itchg 12/30
prescription sun glo.*.*. SKIDOERiW/Esco Grapple and core for _IInvalidwom.n. loop. First and lat month.No tervlce, fertilize, lime, NEW DINETTE SET Three homo. Has all shot Call services to this threecountyarea
4732262. 12/30
Room and board. Itpd
Contact Union County $12,000. Barco 120 Loader pot. 9648816. Itpd seed, dolomlt. Call months old; 30" gas stove.
Small 964-7460. that have been
Time. 4962261. TFN 8/19. 12000. Slasher 3500. lalary. 12/30 Homer Hart 496.2093.lRAD.ORD 600 W. Adklns Street. Itpd we
Farmers and Dealers Bank, 12/302tchg 1/06 TRAILER ON GRIFFIS LOOP. 12/30 Classified Ads
CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Greet Income SEPTIC SERVICE pleased to provide for the
Shand Howard. 496-2101 No pet. 964-8077. Itchg
HELP WANTED Residential Get Results
potential. All occupation pump-outs USED ALUMINUM PLATES,
Itchg 1/18. *. For Information 12/30 $55 w.'also re-lay drain 24x36", 25 cents each. Used past eight years.
LIVE IN COMPANION Must call: ((312)) 741-9780 ext. lines 964-6121. 11/18 tin In printing newspaper.
12X50 Mobil. homo with bedroom. Stovo andr.frlg.rator
do light housework for 2120. 12/30 2tpd 1/06 on. WANT TO DltINK'THATIYOUltBUS.NUS Great for minor repair
added 8 furnished.
elderly lady who I I. able to room.with 2 wooded.acrescleared jobs. Bradford County May you have a happy and
Contact Tackle Box 341 N.
take coral herelf. Phon. WANT TO STOP Telegraph 964-43OS. tfn.
W.II and septic tank. Temple A".. Itpd 12/30 New
496-2313 or752-7502. Itchg THAT'S OURS DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN prosperous Year Is our
Located on Providence MOBILE HOME for r.nt.
12/28. HOUSE 301 South.
Rood near Church of JesusChrist Three bedrooms, central Alcoholic 944-41 Anonymous 964-S434 9646740. We buy and sell MONEY? sincere wish and may God

f of Latter Day Saints 1979 TOYOTA IWB 5.pd.. air electric heat. 473-4507. furniture and '
4 used
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35000. Phone as we
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I_, _..... .. .ATE TWO BEDROOM MOBILE sliding rear window whit. FURNISHEDUNFURNISHEDhome WILL BABYSIT your children RECONDITIONED TVS Colors ty. We make 1st &
spoke tire, excellent con In Starke. $225 per starting at $100.00.

LOOKING FOR a special HOME 4000. With Call 496-2554.screen porch.llpd dition. Low highway mil.*, mo. Deposit required. Call New homo.Years Reasonable Eve at rot.my, Trade-in's welcome. Phone 2nd Mtgs. Call us fora Cecelia Terwillegar

piece of property I If I $3500. Jacksonville, 964-7015. Itpd 12/30 964-8212.6/11 tin
have Til find It-Just 12/23. 879.1 145 onytlma. 12/09 Peggy Hesters, 9646362. quote. s..Iar_.A..r_
ask- JANE S. USHER. Hn Call 5332776. 12/23 tin
First and last months rent 964.5010 UUlAN 1U1WN M1wi.4. r.56UIi
$7.50 each. Phone "
REALTOR 496-2126 or IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY plus security deposit. $200 Make House Call.. All SWEET POTATOES $8.00 NOVIt WAHO-Sratw I.IMIH.II S4.'...
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Union County Realtor. Hn REG. AQHA SORREL MARE US Government? Get the per mo. repairs. Call Ted. 9644799.BABYSITTING 964-6147. 12/30 2tpd 106Building
10 w/TACK. $750.Splrlt.d 3tchg 1/13
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3/26. today! Call !Ages two and It
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FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE 312742-1142. Ext. 609. I up. Will keep any hours.
NEEDStCall Venera Brown gam. Phono 4963193. 12/23 EOW 2031970OLDIMOSKI 3200 Sq. Ft.Warehouse. 473-28I7. 12/23 2tchg E.D.S.
496-3022. Sandy Haion DELTA 88 12/30. TIME ONLY
FREE ENGLISH IVY larg.Ligu.lrum
4963994."..or Gerrl Lennon and Viburnum Good reliable transporta WOULD LIKE CLEANING -- Cc Instruction Co.
496-3140. T.HIn and tion. Nice Interior. No 1,009 sq. ft. office or retail WORK Will clean office "
150. Norfolk Island orhorn.
Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2lox dents, very little rust. loading dock. 100 ft H(*04):495-2B33-Doug)
788 Lok. Butler Fl. Pines, Top Dollars. Conetrory 0-100.96.6621 after 5 area .. 964-5642. 12/23 : 3 br., brick veneer 1% bath, central WA
p.m. off US-301: 12/30 Coi..rector
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Ind.p.nd.ntDoti.rS.rvic. 462-1561. Sunday $700. See at 838 N.TempleAve. your homo. Ironing and your lot
and Monday. 2tchg 12/28 964.8931 or 473-3096 cleaning etc. Reasonable ..samrwN. ...rMM..
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the the hour. Nof WANTED TO BUY *
By |job- I WAGON 4 cylinder, for Margie. 12/30 2tpd .N. $30,500.00

'toe big or too small.iWtyh ExperienceI 2-door.Air condition/heat. Raccoon, Otter. 1/06

f Quality Work at Automatic transmissionand 8o"c..t BABYSITTING from 4 p.m. to

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"'7.01' with Mery Kay great mileage. $900. Call anytime. Bofcle up to 12. ftuizeIcA

OtDf.raw C sm Ha. For a coin 964-7509. 12/30 Hn. 524 Cherry St. Itpd 12/30 WANTED:
fee... Longchamp Homes Inc.
pllmentery call collect
S tl. .jHexitlngaV! : Diane Taylor BRADFORD Cash Available We ,

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installations or CruslBuilding hod Llmoradi* Buy 1st ft 2nd Mtgs.Can Realtor
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Y If you hove a Real Estate need give us a call.w.are a mobile homes. SALENEW

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property national and lnt.rnotionol.xp..ur..Call today Cd for Quota & USEDWe
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Er .1.13 acre 'highway commercial property. Two Mocks OTHER GREAT IDEAS .. COMPANY

from now courthouse. Priced at 25000.. : NoUalrm too MUMFiwEslnatMi !iPs.. .1..11I.. Sort Courts .r... ... .
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2 workshop, Nrraez..lloor.l4' miles from town.t : t DevM8SeBtarCCarts ..HetaMts. 844 N.' .

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I Magnolia D. Lewis made by Jones Funeral Home of Services were held Wednesday 1qbam, chtandnbildren and the son of the late Joe and Wattle died Wednesday: Dec.. 22 at I
Mrs. Magnolia D. Lewis. 85. of Starke. Dec. 29. in the Park of the Palms even grea Crawford Howell and served in the Hospital following a lengthy
SUrke died Monday evening Dec. 27 Chapel with Mr. Robert L. Constable' f Army:In WW II He was a member of illness. '
In the North Florida Regional William D. Johnson conducting: the service. Burial was in Eva Mae HarreU the American Legion Poet 56; a Born and raised in West Virginia
Hospital following a long illness. William Dewey Johnson 86, of the Keystone Heights Cemetery with Mrs. Eva Mae HarreU. 85, of member of Madison Street Baptist he was a veteran of World War fl anJwas
Born in Ft. Myers Mrs. Lewis has Melrose died Friday evening Dec. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Brooker, died 'Tuesday, Dec. 21, in Church,serving as a deacon;and was employed In construction as a
lived in Bradford County for the past 24, In the Putnam Community Heights in charge of arrangements. Tallahassee Memorial pttal. retired from Hercules, Inc. where he heavy equipment operator until III
65 years and was a member of the Hospital Palatka, following long illness. Born in Lake Butler Mn. HarreU was a clerk for 35 years. health forced his retirement _
Pine Level Baptist Church. Frances Hamilton was a life long resident of the area Survivors Include his wife, Mn. Survivors Include his wife Mrs.
Survivors Include two daughters, Born in Oberlln Ohio, Mr. Johnsonwas Mrs. Frances H. Hamilton, 81, of and was a, housewife. She was also a Ruby Howell of Starke; two sons Mollie Darrah of Hampton; two
Mrs.Irene L.Faulkner and Mrs.Vera a retired postal clerk and a Keystone Heights died Monday,Dec. member of New River Baptist Rhymer Howell Jr. of Starke and daughters, Mrs. Linda Billings of
Lee Thomas,both of Starke; one son, member of the Methodist faith. 20 Alachua General Hospital. Church. Charles Howell of Demhan La.; two Kannaplois N.C. and Mrs. Rosa Ann
j!I Meed C. Lewis of Lake City; eight He Is survived by one daughter, horn in Chicago, Illinois, Mrs. Survivors Include one daughter daughters, Charlotte Howell and Esparza of Waldo; four sons,Leonard
1 \ grandchildren and seven great. Emily Mikell of Lake Placid Florida. Hamilton./-came to the Keystone Mrs. Yvonne Emery Of Quincy Fla.; Sharon Howell both of Gainesville; Darrah of Starke, Eldon Darrah of
grandchildren. Local services will not be held as requested Heights area from Huntington West one brother Charlie Edwards of one brother, Elbert Howell of Naples, Arthur Darrah of ,,In-
Funeral services will be held Thursday by family. Following cremation Virginia and had lived here for the Bradcnton; two sisters, Mrs.-,Ruby, Folkston, Ga. One grandchild also terlachen, and Ronnie Darrah of
j I Dec. 30. at 10 A.M. in the Pine burial will be in the Graceland past twelve years. She was a retired Croft of New York, NY and Mrs. survives. Mass.; one brother Carl Darrah of
Level Baptist Church with Rev. Cemetery in Miami Florida at a later owner and operator of Hunting Elma Hamilton of Brooker Fla. and Funeral services were conducted at Hampton two sisters, Mrs. Cora
Roman M. Alvares and Rev.Frank L. date. Local arrangements were made Trailer Sales.Survivors four grandchildren. 2:30 p.m. Sunday,Dec. 26 at Madison Crow of Hampton and Mrs. Pearlk
Starling officiating. Burial will followin by Jones Funeral Home of Keystone include her husband : Street Baptist Church with Rev. Gorby of Moundsville, W.Va.
the Crosby Lake Cemetery under Heights. Robert E. Hamilton Sr. of Keystone Rhymer Howell Robert Gillis officiating. Burial was Funeral services were conducted at
the direction of Jones Funeral. Homeof Heights; one daughter Mrs. CharlesA. Mr. Rhymer Howell 65, of Starke in Funeral with Archie'' :S t p.m. Friday Dec. 24 at Hope
Starke. Dr. Mary Louise Parcells Jr. of Crosse Pointe died Friday. Dec. 24, at the Alachua Tanner Home of Starke in Cemetery with Rev. MacDonald officiating. -
Moionnier Mich.; one son, Robert E. Hamilton General Hospital. following an extended charge of arrangements. Burial was In the church
Robert E. Trautwein Dr. Mary Louise Mojonnier, 75, of Jr. of Chesapeake Ohio one sister illness. Edward Leonard DarrahMr. cemetery with Archie Tanner
Robert Trautwein.83,of Lawtey, Keystone Heights died Saturday Mrs. Donald G. Morse of Burma -. Born and raised in Waycross. Ga., Funeral Home of Starke in charge of
died Friday morning Dec. 24, in the night. Dec. 25 in North Florida .Edward Leonard Darrah 58,,ot_ arrangements. .
illness. ., .. J'"t.'IItot.30: :' .- ., ..,_. .
Bradford Hospital following a long Regional Hospital following a long U- : :r------------ .JdIi: !::i '= '" :r. "' .oII.'b<.oii lness.
Born in Drapell New Jersey, Mr. Born in St. Louis, Mo., Miss Mojon
4 Trautwein was a retired butcher. flier served on the staff of the NorthWestern
lie is survived by a nephew.Judge University School of Healthas I
Theodore W. Trautwein of Itocken- a nutritionist for many years. She Invoice Sale Ends
sack, N. J.Funeral. had lived in Keystone Heights since J.
services were Tuesday 1978, where she was a member of the
Dec. 28, in the Hackensack Cemetery Park, of the Palms Chapel. ,;
I under the direction of Ricardo Survivors include one sister, AnnaC. ..
Memorial Home of Hackensack, New .Mojonnier of Keystone Heights and
t Jersey. Local arrangements were several cousins. '

11'' f J I ,Local Servicemen January 3 983 ._ _I

Pvt. Charles Brown '- '
Tinsley,a supply specialist with the "\ r
Completes OSUT Program 22nd Signal Brigade was previously
j assigned at Fort Lewis, Washington.Her .
I Army Pvt. Charles J. Brown,son of
husband, Filbert, is the son of
Charlie and Mary L. Brown of Veatles Tinsley of Connellsville, Pa.
Lawte r, Florida, has completed the Denise is a 1973 graduate of Clay Ford : The Finest Truck in America
'I Army s bridge crewman course Senior High School, Green Cove Spr ,
under the One Station Unit Training ings.
(OSUT) program at Fort Leonard
I Wood, Mo. t.f w> I._ ,
Joy Carroll "
,: The students were taught the basics Graduates CoursesAt WH/UV at the Lowest Prices
of construction and assembly of five
types of bridges and the operation of Lackland AFB
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various boats and a five-ton dump Jllli;
truck. Airman Joy L. Carroll daughter of 7It r ldwlo I ONE WEEK ONLY
.. Students also learned demolition Jerry S. and Betty L. Carroll of Lake .
Butler, has
:! techniques how to maneuver graduated from the U.S. s
i obstacles, map reading, land mine Air Force course for electronics com- =
warfare,and the use of engineer hand munications and electronic systems '
tools. repair specialist at Lackland Air IhYt'td14901 i it 9' All 1983 4X4 s
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Pvt. Brown is a 1982 graduate of Force Base, Texas.
Bradford High School. Graduates of the course learned to
operate and repair specialized communications '
I i Denise Tinsley equipment, and earned F-150 F-250
I credits toward an associate degree In
Arrives for Duty JjL
I applied science through the Com-
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In West Germany munity College of the Air Force. ,0-'LI q7.
i Carroll will now serve at ElmendorfAir _j_ IIIIIg
: Spec.4 Denise E.Tinsley daughter Force Base, Alaska, with the : 4tb 7il t
of David A.Sanders of Penney Farms 1938th Communications Group. '
and Pearlie M.Sanders of Starke,has Airman Carroll is a 1978 of r ,,
graduate o, e ,,, te,,, u+.+e n++,
arrived for duty in Frankfurt, West Union County High School, Lake

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