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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 8, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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approved for submission to The request was made by Linda
Tallahassee in the Tuesday night, Day of the nursing home now called
pee. 6, Starke commission meeting. Whispering Care, who had engineer
r 1 Vi The grants could provide $450,000 John Spence along to present the case
to street, water, and sewer improvements for the need for increased water
I to Sunny Acres, a low In- pressure. The change will also benefit
7 -l. 7 a. come housing area just north of the residents in the area-
r ? ,4 ..- t, p a ar county courthouse on N. Temple City maps' show' the loop line ex.
r .i Avenue, and could provide $650,000 in fisting, but it does not, Spence said,
housing demolition, reconstructionand Utility Director Merrill Dees said
rehabilitation In a target area in Spence was right., that city crews
the Reno section. of Starke along found it out when extending water -
SR-lBeast lines to the Orangewood Apartmentson
After gaining unanimous approvalof SR-100 west. .
the resolution to- seek the fund Day said the nursing home will pay
'engineer Jim Lucas said the city has Its half. Dees said the line can be In-
"a good chance" of ,receiving the stalled in six months, meeting the
I grant funds Noting competition' 8-month construction deadline of the

i it tough Lucas said it may-depend on' nursing home,
whoever turns in the best grant pro-
a gram application. Starke's. handling 'Was told by Commissioner Bobby
1 ,of 1.6 million in HUD grants over the Biggs his committee needs more time
past four years may enhance it's position 'to study the three proposed unsafe

.... .. ..........,,_. .. .. ... .. ... ,. Lucas hopes.. buildings code ordinances before
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;j i" W f ft applications was funded. council. If Biggs is ready by the Dec.
; :X, Brad or i igii'Br"ain.: ? Most every town in the area, plus 20 meeting, the ordinances will ,be

Twenty-two of' the ?5'students earning stralght-AM at Bradford" High are!' Second row Greg Wiggins. Login Ricks, Velesa'HsmpU.. Bradford County, is seeking part of taken up then; if not, they will wait
I fjd-r)*, '> f. : "; -..ifti Third rows Rene Wlmberly; LeAnit Flynn' Anna Ward. Lisa Blalock, Lisa the $2.7 million available statewide to until January Mayor Jimmy' Crosby
r First rvwf? Michelle StlllweH...Tammy Thoma ,'Shei rl Harrell. Wendy, Rlx, Stephanie Redding Michelle Klmiftl. v v!4' :r V*. create jobs and $11.5 million available said. .
.'ilsIeh4Mt: Starling, Amy Black Tony Hill Back r.w. .Barry Warn*. 'Randyi'Bateom.) MlVe'Etim... Michelle for housing rehabilitation. The grant'program Biggs said the committee of he, city
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    ti3h student: mia. Scott of (.awtey"JltudJes include aWSIiced,' fits link. opals o .ills. and Al35rtmenU: On Slf-18 east. The target already been ordered. The money
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    ? ...' J.8 percent 'American literature and English II, chemistry 1and Mrs aames T.' Starhng of LawteY studies: area is bounded on the north by was not Included In the budget, due to
    'body', warned period ht-A'a for thbi second six- French III. .physk&l education/life management skills,stan Florida Street, on the west by Old an oversight, and an amendment to
    week grading which' ended Nov. 22.of the, Donald R.'Thor' iton.:Jr., son of Mr;and Mrs. dard American government and algebra I; Lawtey Road on the north side of the General Fund was made to In-'
    Another 143 members, 14-plua percent SR-16. On the south side of SK-1S the elude It.
    ,Donald R. Thorton of Starke, studies: Include 'Tam ly-.r..Thomason, daughter of Mr. and
    student body earned all A's and B I for places on area Included surrounds the north "In the three the town Is
    'adv. physical; education chemistry' I and 'Mrs. RjF1, Thomason of Brooker studies general past years
    p the i A-B honor roll for the,second six-.weeks.geveti teacher's aide. ," *. '/ science; standard American government, and east and west side of The ,Apart beginning to look pretty good," noted

    :- andii l -.- ,, V Barry K.,Warren, son of Ms. Betty J. Warreu.:. physical education/life management skills In her ments. Mayor .Crosby. Commissioner
    sentor9' ft juniors.'Z: sophomores :;;,A: .i' 'of Starke, studies adv. physical education, Stanv'v -{,. freshman year, Emphasis on the $650,000 grant application Charles Schaefer started the refurbishment
    freshmen,-,earnedvatratgM-A's; They are,i 4aYit{;\ is on housing rehabilitation, of the town's Christmas
    ." : dard English ,IIy anatomy physiology and- Anna Maria. Ward, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
    ci......):, > ; l $280,000, and demolition and decorations several when
    ISe'nl .library aide. / "i;,> ," Fred Ward of'Lawtey )is enrolled in standard years ago
    'j reconstruction, 180000. The application he the council to the sale
    ,' \ ." American government band, ,and standard got approve
    p tirL;.,i '? "('.' "", English 9. n1 i* ,also includes renter rehabilitation of junk metal and use the money for
    i Jamea R.Balkcom,Bon of Mjl: and Mr* James;Ii.\o\ Sophomores t ._ Gregory F.Wiggins,son of Mr. and Mrs. H.F. assistance, $54,000; temporary Christmas decorations. '
    Balkcom of New River. Balkcom's subjects are ;;'. Velesa M. Hampton, daughter of Mr.and Mrs, Wiggins of Starke, is enrolled in modern scien- relocation assistance $18,000; code
    k adv;': physical education,' livestock: ; production, Isaac Hampton of,Starke, studies leadership' tific methods,; physical education/life manage- enforcement$38,000, and administration Was notified that legal action by a
    and principles of agricultural, occupations U. F development II, physical education' ;"and'basic. ment i skills,.,and standard American. government $80,000.The person who fell In front of the Post Office
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    ; Michael R. Ettman, $OC::of Ms. Marge Ettmon, rA science II. \\r x .. vf application to create jobs in the several years ago is about to
    of Starke.' enrolled. ,to geometry, Ieoderahl.f.'oJ,:,. Michelle Ann Watkins, 'daughter of Mr. and f 'area north of the courthouse called 'come to a head. A suit has been filed
    N development :-W, and physical << Mrs. Stuart Parker of lAwt.ey.1a. enrolled in The 146 A-B honor roll students for the second the Sunny Acres Public Works Project against the city for damages and it
    LeAm Flynn. daughter of Charles Flynn of physical education.: algebra I and life' science six-week grading period are, by class involves the area along Grand looks as if a civil trial will be held on
    Starke and Mrs. Judith Petterhoff of Lykena, Pa. :among.her. studies, > Y", "' 1# Avenue. The request for $450,000 in the matter, said attorney Brown.

    LcAno's,. subjects are E.advanced, American ,", Seniors> history and government and brass band. Freshmen. t Salina Cassels, Lori Clark Robert water and sewer improvements Was told by clerk Neil Tucker that
    Anthony J. Hill 'grandson of 'Mrs''BerthaJohnson Amt/M. Black daur ter'of Mr; nii'Mrs.. Frampton," Cheryl Furrow; Richard Griff, $253,000, and street improvements. contracts for the city's purchase of
    of Lawtey is taking adv. physical educa 'Emory L. Black ci Stark: ;studies basic English Howard Hughes,, 'Mamie. Hutchinson, .Levah 112000. It also includes: drainage im power' from the Stanton generating
    lion, leadership --development IV (\and !low :, 0, fundamentals.of agriculture occupations and Jenkins, I;Angela Johns Thomas! Johnson Belln- rehabilitation $ } housing plant to be built by Orlando Utilities
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    .' at : general math. ., 'da Joiner, Karl Ketter, Eric!: Lane Anne Loper, $30,000, and. ..ad has been received. Tucker asked
    _, 'Kimutla j' daughter of Mr and Mit.t Lisa G.Blalock, daughter of Wayne Wilkinsonof 'Tammy Mann, Daniel Martin Laura McKinney ministration $25,000.Notification council members to pick copies of the
    Edward F. Klmutts;Jr Starke'and Mrs. Sheila Wilkinson of Lawtey, Laura McRae, Hiram Padgett- Mary Richard- of whether funding will documents up and read them, actionis
    .' malh analysU chemistry I, and humanities., studies 'are standard American":government. ., 'V son, Catherine Roach Shims Roberts. Pamela be received is expected sometime. in needed by .Jan. 16. Mayor Crosby
    .;' .' SicSK L. SUlweU. daughter of Mr.,and-Mrs. general math and standard English 9..<',' .,-,,.!>\ Sams Donna Thornton, Mamie Tucker. Darrell late January a'-the earliest asked council members to be ready to
    F Lloyd ft.StilweU of Graham is taking anatomy' Deena L. Cox, daughter of"'. and Mrs.Tommy -,' u t';: *,Wagner. and Juice Wise vote at the Jan. :3 meeting to avoid a
    :: and physiology,; advanced English: independent E. Cox of Brooker,studies careers,.algebra I/: '* :; Juniors+Sarah Benefleld', Anthony Davis In'other action. the city 'commls* deadline situation.1, -
    . V der hip studies, and law studies. 0g. and general science. t.-' ''. \ f"'t: 1Ji,.(Timothy Dudding;John David Francis. Angela slon:
    1' Saoiiria Renee Wtmberly,'daughter of Mr. and Sherri! C. Harrell, daughter'of; Mri,and Mrs' ";; "' :'r: Futch Nancy Prtder, Janet Griffls, Marie_ Did not cancel the scheduled Dec.
    ,; Mrs ifcbard Chandler of Starke, Is taking world .WIlliam Harrell of Brooker, lists her studlee,e t.s', ,K'V t cent Karen KtnjuUa, Wendy McDougald,Connie ,Agreed to pay half of the estimated 20 meeting because the council has to
    4.. ,luataiwstandard American history and job en-, modern scientific methods standard English 9 t;,,X D. Moody.f'Ddnna' L. Moody. James A. Muse, $9,000 cost of I installing a 6-inch 'meet to approve bills, if nothing else:
    bw jHf' 'and physical education/life: maneiaeinent 1kIU&/f!?$fi Heather O'SSeen,.Becky parrish, Sylvia Porter- diameter water line from'SR-100 to
    [" v' !lI"t: ; Wendy Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John%:,;j\\ : ''field Jody'' Rtotna.TAlan; Rogers, Lex Sanders. Colley Road to connect to stem lines. Was told by Utility Director Dees
    "' '''', I I : ', i" 'Hsleh of Starke studies! physical educat1 n/life'f,' /! < Michelle m,Sue Smith,Sabrina Snell Wendy Purpose is to create more water that bulbs are on order to replace
    .: t Alien,daughter of: Mr. and Mrs.Robert! E.' {management skills, algebra I and modern sclen"Ific -* '. Sulllva .'Angela Thomas Rebecca Young, pressure with the loop line, as oppos-- ones out on the water tank, when
    .,.J.X;, of Stark, ,1s ,enrolled In advanced; j' methods. .,.- and Catherine Zamblto. ed to a trunk stem, so the sprinkler Mayor Crosby inquired about the I
    rc governmet,<' SpanMl I,< .. LogattC. RlciA son of Mr And Mrs. George W, system required. the new ,nursing missing lights,
    a End and standard Entfioji 10?;*'.! Rlcka 'Of/ Star V studies standard American, Sophomrest r Skip ,Abdull Kelliene
    t, dau $hter of Msv and ..., 1: ,gover nurwlt. atandard English 9. and art I.. Baldwin Doyle Boatwrlgnt Marsenna Brantley. ,
    og, 'Jr. of Starke is enrolled In adv -, Lisa M. Rix, daughter of Mr. and Mrtf. Alvin .-
    .. a. ertcan[ history ''and: goyermnentwpnd .. \ Rix:of Starka" ,{studies physical education/Ufe' "' ,_ isiraiglit A'S..P.A_ \; JJlI i ii Santa's' Coining..,
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    ".. I, law studies, management' skills:' ,algebra and modern scien-' j\ ,:. 'j' ti.\ "
    VV 1, ,' : 1, : \ r. i /, :' I Christmas Parade Set Saturday, 4:30.: p.m.... .:
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    : rer : The Christmas parade 1s this Saturday.Dec. 10 at 4:30 p.mj a
    I \ tl J, P lice Unicm Takes City to Impasse ,s $1,5OO Salary Issue. Anyone interested in entering a float should phone 964-5T/8 the Chamber
    ,. the buildings is
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    c.+" 'of Commerce sponsoring
    ,,s between the Starkei 'employees.. :Brown points out. It-laI arbitration t Miller an In- pml'dent'ot Tfcrwlllegar r Ford."\! ,' ,Neil'Tueier available to assemble floats, if needed. .
    and the city commluton. I unlikely the police will receive a pay I dependent 5IwI"[ will be rata other ,police action'Clerk The parade will start at Bradford Square at 4:30: p.m., come down
    over $1,500' total in Increase retroactive to when other city chosen: by each side and got approval to borrow$14,000 Walnut Street, turn right on Madison St. for one block, turn left on Thompson -
    r psIae employees' received their raised '.- public\ >'bt'fl1'ilft set, In "the matter.,). from the ,Florida Bank at Starke. St.for one block, turn left again onto Call Street, and will disband at the

    .,{attorney, Terry Brown,' this year,, ,. ,, ,., ." Brown says., Switching front monthly lease pay-the old courthouse so children won't be out.on the street. a
    "' for, the council, reported, Essentially; the union is seeking to '.+ ;d.f. :!' '" ; mint:to a lower Interest rate at A Christmas tree lighting Is set as dusk falls. -
    3 Police Car .. batik'the will 50 percent of once agantby i Christmas
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    ,. f 'pass on tattle three new officers part Bought. pay The annual Christmas parade will be followed
    : : &t Aewcia->; of last 'year'.. salary raise. Seven, 'of $%244 from Ter} th* Mt>244 coat of the :3 police can program' of music to' be held in downtown Starke next door to The.

    Y .- deelcred hai printout policemen are.:sacrificing for ,JJiree. I.'S"Iow-... Motors'of Stark was ac*.. ttjjjl.: Towthe, other half until next Telesrap".The program under direction'of.Bill.McRae. many"of the area. .
    wwrlng's.wUl ', for purcfttt of three police\ .) bee3 talented people and adults:
    and asked for a Brown points out" ,,, young
    1 npreMBt the.city :, 'A'{SU officer-atartsat' 'diia- iPKomweDAtUon of Commls' .II" Both the Bradford High School and the Middle School Banda will be
    I ai&etng afloat,with the .$I2,90, _l to starting pain IIIIci i f ChariMfltlHMflkr u chairman of. i m> Changed... ,' preforming Christmas selections as well as a combined children. chorus
    ,. ls avlng several surroui and counties, :'th' Safety ConI Iit&w., -'-' .- .1"4, r' aergeanta'positions' 'were directed by LaVon DriY.a. ,
    tn ettin/ atenoeklngan r Brown Bays. '''!"'' CNrti are Series 3 Fords.-, > 'e and one of two lieutenants Other personalties include: Carol Milner, Alice Hudson, and the ladies"trio
    ; : for i+ j was abolished at the request of LaVon Drlvan, Sylvia Reddish, and Willie Mae Randolph. Other;
    V : ieera PSIequipped as Jimmy Bowen., ', ".' special music 11 being planned. .
    : iller.1eek8/ ,AsbMrailow..r"cijyp ,",p '!bdriviotttrCaMrBawensnd r{f' is to have sergeant In charge. A mass adult chorus U being planned and each church la encouraged to
    j '. p j :y "rY Uradfortt 8HMgg7jSep.rtm.nt ri tz h W ift, Bowen said.' ," ask choir members to participate.! Choir members are asked to bring
    '' 'liYllnl/ ,retelinerl .red is i' ; m 'will ba no over-all salary whatever printed Christmas carols available to the program and assemble.
    N a pr tbtw, an ,a... tfi W,; attorney The : .*ana oot ttwTnwre'expen-1) ,OMB*. The two sergeant will draw'fawjnore in frontal the platform. Bill McRae will give further drectioML .
    i the tent .8t wra tIO reported! w'(he city coun, slv. Crown 'yictoriA'iTIScbaefer' I. than a patrolman and a The Starke Repertory Choral will sing two number, a mass elementary
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    a I''given last ywr The city's' cil. ,. assured C "Jfvwn; SilcoJC lieutenant draw: $1,000 !more'so' the choir will sing"It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, a mass
    ! .._ Ji that the news envpioySwt ; The council 'authorized( Brown to who had qusetitgist1tIsa d ,Milarry equals out' V h\j\\ adult choir will do two special arrangements of "Joy to the World" and
    : t nUtbd to UM Increase tfvw; represent! tb* city In the legal action The larger cr*avewtected to last .wen told the city council he hu '".Oh. Come AU Ye Faithful." : Alice Hudson will ling White Christmas;"
    r; stow they were hiredMr, with the dismissed officer Police two years under poJlea ante The pre-. + htad, for the atapeenta and Carol Milner will ulna 'Sweet Little Jesus Boy;*, ,
    \ ;'Chief.Jimmy,Bow n stood by hU acr,,, sent M Jones Funeral Home ll serve hot chocolate and coffee in the old courthouse
    aalrtrt, ,''\... tbs:t;, 'i wa/J left open when In case of bad weather, and It would give visitors a peek at the.
    I !r= "' ," ',,"'* l"alrmOllts..onIY\ < i. restgned to take. a job restoration effort., -
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    of Proposition I 'on a bond would stand It pledged to repay :paving priority list for over'20,:;ts.I This Monday!, Dec. 5 the eiuM Commissioner Carter questioned -east side of lAke Santa Fe.:,Commissioner !

    issue funded by the 4-cent gasoline bonds, especially if the issue, Is The Issue would be for five years;the' sion was approached agouti!,the bond the time required to prepare mid sell E.W. Hodges, who heads the.
    (tax imposed this year Is questioned by validated by the Circuit Court.A life of the current 4-cent gasoline tax Issue by Wea hers and county at- the bonds. If they pass the issue;commissioners Road Dept this year,said further digging
    Bradford commissioners considering second question Is,could the bond' With bond Issue,roads could be pav- torney Dudley,Hardy. Bond attorney would like to aee'some of ditches and piling the sand on
    a bond program to pave county roads. funds be used for maintenance of ed now plus interest could be earned Richard E. KlHln of the firm of Livermore paving done before the election ne<<>t top of the road would made a bad problem -
    roads. Or, would the bond funds be (on the bond funds until they are used, Klein *[1 Mott of Jacksonville, November. worse in the sandy area. Hodges
    Should Proposition I be allowed on restricted to captlal improvements land, the county could realize slightly' also appeared to answer questions. Commissioner declined to allow said the digging would disturb grass
    the ballot this November and should it which means new roads or, at least more from the Issue than if the funds' Commissioner Maxie Carter 'Jr. the 5-Y..... gasoline tax be extendedto now stabllzing the sand during rain,
    rss. state taxes would be rolled back retopplng exlsitng roads. I are simply collected each month !said he was told by John Thomas, ex- 10 years, via an ordinance amen- runoffs. '
    1981 level. It is possible bonds Commissioners want the question' ecutive director of the State Associa- dent. State law Is tieing amended to
    pledging 4-cent gasoline could be left researched before they think seriously Such a bond issue was first proposed tion of County Commissioners,who he. extend the gasoline tax authority to 10 Approved submission' of an application :
    unfunded if the source of funding was' of such a bond issue, although the Oct. 3 by Bill Weathers:'01 saw last week at a meeting on the ef- years, Klein pointed out. for a $750,000 Community
    abolished and commissioners could .board is definitely Interested in a road Southeastern Municipal Bondsj Inc. fect of Proposition ,,1 In Macclenny.; "No, we promised the people'' a Block Grant for drainage and paving
    be faced with finding an alternative bond issue If the gas tax stands. of Gainesville.Weathers was with the that another source of money\ would. review of the gas tax In live yean" roads in the Lincoln City area of south.
    source of taxes to fund the Issue. Contemplnted by the county com- Farmer's Home Administration for 28 have to be found to finance the,issue if 'said Chairman Morley, closing the Starke.
    Or, it is possible commissionersare mission to a $1.7 million Issue to pave years and is familiar to county of Propositon I passes. Taxes Imposed' ,subjectIn
    being told the 4-cent gasoline tax ,....-.,. ,-." "time of them on the ficials. C after 1981, such as the Went per -Was told the .combined fire and

    \ roposinntaI would be abolished if other? action, the commission: rescue service la working extremelywell.
    .P passes, Carter, said Director Cliff Chapman said the
    . Get 2.71 % Increase :> Thomas, with (to hesitation,,told him. Was told by Metropolitan In- warm and wet weather 1 is the reason
    County Employees Pay : Bond attorney Klein, who said his surance agent Jan Thornton the coun- for the low number of fires. Chapmansaid '
    ,h firm Is "pretty confident" in its opinion ty should stay with Its present, collections for ambulance ser-
    The lowest In the i that the 4ent gasoline will standif vice are running about 40 percent,
    The county's 86 employees will employees getting a raise. ''They do salary courthouse hospitalization carriers. Life Investors -
    receive a 2.71 percent salary In- deserve it'r he said. All other local Is around $7,500. A 2.71 percent increase ;' pledged to pay off a bond Issue, and for a three-year period to about like at the hospital. Chapmansaid
    crease, or at least $300, whichever Is government agency employees for$7,500 would be $203,so the I thinks the bond proceeds could'be us- build loss/ratio. An insurance com- he will request,the clerk's officeto
    "
    most effective Jan. 1. received a pay increase, the school commission's Increase to the lowest > ed for maintenance. 1' pany now wants three years of ex- bill weekly lor rescue service in-
    U Commissioners slanted the cosl-of- system, the state, and City of Starke paid employees amounts to $97, with i! ''Attorney Klein said his ''fir'm: .has perience that losses from one year stead of monthly.
    living Increase to lower paid and county employees should not be the figure becoming less as salaries ,' researched thd law about such' bond can be recovered another year. ; commissioners -
    employees by stating everybody left out Reddish said. Increase. Issues. As long as the county has pro laid.W.'thanked. 'Was told by Zoning Director L.M.

    would get at least $300, plus benefits. It was agreed, at the sheriffs per use for the proceeds, his firm's Gaines the $1,200 state grant for a
    The total increase for the nine-month gestion, to give each department head sug- The pay increase Is a switch in1[ opinion Is the Issue will stand. His by Seminole Ridge ,boat ramp at Sampson trustle Is In the
    period is around $27,000. the total dollars coming to his depart philosophy for the Bradford commls-i firm would bring the issue to'Circuit residents for improving drainage in bank and that the county will start. to
    sioners who held the line
    The Increase was decided upon In a ment in one check, then for the at budget! 'Court for validation. the residential development on the build It soon.
    joint meeting of the county commis- department heads to decide how they planning time in Sept. because. of a'; "If the Court..approves it, i don't.. '
    situation. "
    sion and elected courthouse officials want to allocate it among employees. tight money -4 how anybody can attack 1., Klein -

    Tax Collector Esther Hall, Elections Board members, who had wanted County officials tightened down on, said. "John Thomas, notwithstanding .
    Supervisor Neva Flynn,Sheriff Dolph each employee to receive at least expenses, however and returned'! ,"we, at the' present, think! we can Eastern Food Store
    Reddish, and Clerk Gib Brown. $300, didn't particularly like the $73,392 In unused funds from,thel ] dolt. ,
    U "They deserve it," said Mrs. Hall. sheriff's suggestion, but went along 82-83 budgets paving the way for the1"' The question of using the bond
    Sheriff Reddish said he favored with It. salary increases. !rilr; funds for road, maintenance, as wellas
    building new roads 1 Is critical'
    vl>>,.i' pointed out CPA' Pat Farnsworth. 'HQliday Sale *

    . | Straight A's ((romp.gelA) lan.,.- Attorney Klein was authorized to
    research the question of the effects of
    "' if t Proposition I and the use of the bond Flqv-O-Rich. Grade A :>- Large''
    Tina Burnsed, Raymond Carlton, Alvin B. James Jr.,Tammy Kruger, Freshmen Stephen'Akridge.,, funds for maintenance. ,
    E Amy Jo Carter Amy Clark. Trade Jimmy Loiacano Angela Manning,, Krlsin Alday Tasher Allen Barbara, "Offhand, dq you think you'd be Interested MILK EGGS ,
    ::= Clark, Raymond Couey, Christopher Karen Martin. Sharon Martin, Jef- Balkcom, Leanna Barfield, ''David' If..." sked attorney Hardy.
    == Cribbs, Malda Delestre Bonnie frey McClellan, Irving Meres Barnes, Dale E. Brown Jr., Ronald "We're definitely interested"' "

    == Geiger, Allen Gonzalez, Melissa Grit\ Richard O'Steen, Stacy Parrish, Rita Brown, Shilynn Chaff Johnnie Clark,,;/ replied Chairman! \ Lawrenp Mosley. .$2 19' .99
    ==, fls, Erica Gruen, Kyle Harrison, Richardson, George Ricks, Nancy Charles Coburn Robert Cornwall' Gal Doz
    =3 ,
    ::= James Hayes William Holsenbeck, Shuford Bridgett keen Melissa Robert Cowart, Vickie Crockrellt; ,

    Jason Huggins John W. Jackson,' Todd and Tom Watson. Darrell Cruce, Suzanne Dyal,. '

    Christopher Farmer 'Carrie Foster, ;, 'THI BRAD'ORD BREAD :
    Kimberly Gowena,' Barbara. Green,];
    COUNtY TELEGRAPH '
    Brad Green Julie Hall Roger "

    I TORNADO T Hughes, Myron'' Lewis, Robert, ,I' Published, vary Thursday' 2'200z.lOt: !i iFravoRich
    I- ALK. McRae, Angela Montgomery' Ricky at 133 W. Call St..t J
    Barbara ,
    Moore, .Moaley, Lawrence '
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    Stark. Floride.
    3209 1 '
    Nazworth Lisa Nettles,' Jackie C'
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    8 8
    \f by Kelll Carver Nguyen, Tracy 'Padgett,' Cynthia 'I/'l Cigarettes
    Parado, Debbie Parrlsh,, Audrey Second, Class postage paid at : : t ; J pak!L,

    Pierce, Eugene Powell.Sherrie Ross,' Starke, FloridaSubscrIption :

    -E2" Thought for the week.... Tornadoes of the Month... Michael Rourke, Patrick Rowley, :; Rates Ice Cream dpi; Bic Lighters: 69 ...:
    :
    H Ho who putt God lint will bo happy at The Tornadoes of the Month are Stephanie Same, Kimberly Sapp '
    "
    3 la.'. nominated by fellow students and Shaun Schmidt Stacey Shuford In-trade, ,area: $10.00 per1year, $ 7 9 Black Label
    == \ I
    then selected by the student council to Nathan E. Starling, Cynthia Taylor, $5.$ six month* ut e
    = Send Santa Grams...' represent the student body as Tor- Maria E. Thomas Ruth Underwood, ; Vi.Gal. Beer $1| 9 e Pit-

    == As another clever project, the nadoes of the Month. Yolanda Walker; Prtocilla Welch : Outside area: $11 peri year, '
    S3 Junior Class will be selling Santa These students will be recognized in Angell Williams Kirk Williams, $6.00 six month : '
    of U.S. 3O1 & S.R.
    Pamela and Hal Woo. Corner TOO
    == Grams,a telegram plus a bag of canS the awards ceremony next Tues,Dec. Willingham,
    :=: dy. For Just 25 cents, a Santa Gram 16.And were selected for the month of .

    == will be sent to the person of your Oct.Daniel 11a1_ ii __ _ .k- ......( ...A : .-.__ ..I>L 1_
    eg choice.They will be on sale Frill Nov. Martin was selected for his
    :sa: l>. before school and during Punch: accomplishments in music.'He bm
    s: Show your Christmas spirit and send contributed greatly to the success\ of
    'S< all your friends a Santa Gram!I I the BHS Choir' for the last four Ye fr; I
    by serving as accompanist.! :He to cur- }

    3 Approved By-Laws... rently providing music for the Com- ,
    munity Production of "Brigadoon"and
    3 The Student Council has recently
    serves as a valid member of hischurch's
    1
    ::= 'approved new by-laws for the BHS
    music
    department. Con- l
    ==: student constitution. They are asS gratulations to Daniel for his great

    = follows: accomplishments in music and for be-
    ss. No person may vote in a Student ing selected as a Tornado of the
    '=M= Government or other Student Council Month. B.

    sponsored election or referendum Lorie Snow was selected for her
    == who Is not a properly registered elector participation In the BHS Historical "
    =3 as determined by the Student
    Society. After only one month of
    =. Council Elections Committee. school she became the first member, IL ,
    =- Any person submitting a petition to of the Historical Society to qualify for _
    3 the Student Council Is responsible forTS the t
    society's year-end trip to Epcot.
    3: ensuring insufficient that all number names are of valid.valid An Consequently,she leads the Society In I art: ti ,
    the race to win the allexpensespaid Y
    ::= signatures will result In the petition ,
    trip. She participates and does f
    3 being disqualified. No petition will outstanding work in the Historical o ,' l l's
    == qualify if it is not returned by 3:15:
    Society. Congratulations for being
    ss p.m. of the deadline date, unless } '
    selected as a Tornado of the Month. ? _
    = otherwise specified. Lenore Welty was selected for her :.lq _y'
    E; The Student council Executive
    outstanding leadership abilities.'She
    ,|== Committee shall have authority to
    more than 'satisfactorily completed
    send available funds to an amount not Y
    her own responsibilities In Homecoming.
    exceeding $25 between council She gladly filled in for others w
    meetings, unless otherwise pro- when It became necessary. Her hard
    hibited.
    work and positive leadership was
    The President-elect Vice-
    ,
    very much responsible for BHS's suc
    President-elect, Secretary-elect: and cessful homecoming. For her outstan-
    Treasurer-elect shall serve as Out ding work In Student Government and '
    school's representatives to the FASC contributing to a successful
    Convention in the Spring. If more homecoming she was selected as a ,

    council than four Advisor delegates shall are recommend permitted,the the Tornado Lenore of 11 the I Month. Congratulations $ __ ;/ T i

    ,other delegates to the Student Council
    1 i and the council shall have the final New Senior Officer... I9
    approval on the extra delegates.The
    'Council
    council shall pay the registration fee The' Student appointed
    for four officer delegates.'Achievements Michelle Bright the new Senior Class '
    '
    Senator. She replaced Adrienne : ;

    Awarded.. Pollard who resigned to take on the Luxurious, genuineReclioaRockei"8' ,. ,
    new position of Senior Class .
    : The 2nd Six Weeks Awards
    Treasurer. Both have an active partin
    Ceremony Is set Tues.m Dec; 13, dur- Student Government. ,.
    ing the first school hour. The LA-Z IIOY: kz

    ceremony recognizes achievementssuch Opinions will be Heard.. ,
    as A and A-B honor roll students, "' '
    Tornadoes of the Month sports andany The Student Council invites any et4irs'Q.a1 \
    '
    other outstanding achievements. member of the student body to voice, ? r r ; .
    an opinion in the first Student Forumof _
    Straight A Students... this year. T lir "
    The forum gives students a chanceto ',1n
    Congratulations to the students who what Is with the student .
    see happening G : i Sii'ioung.jo.gently/ock'owoy
    have studied and slaved school ..
    over ,
    council and to take part and i your Caret in she lop of luxury; '?,i
    2nd six
    work. For now, for the weeks ,
    voice If don't take
    opinions. you part from '
    ChooM four -1M" rhe.
    have earned A's.
    they straight '
    I, you have no reason to complaint 11 t f" '-y. styles' very fxxtdlly priced to

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    ,d1 R.p99: C6ftNmparaly d./lyn c; R.q "309 Moods,wood; a.a m \
    Odds and Ends. ', .
    .. with paddotd stmt "' chair.Ply'4ai. h ''i!
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    Dialn5-0209 Toll-Free for County... i
    ,;',.l,,; a ..A.,....MO Ir.IDOII D. R+g.,'n9 CapWni,irodlllonoL 'j'Tuft.d '
    A new toll-free phone number 3794209 has been '
    Installed to call the pillow ba& '
    Bradford County courthouse from anywhere In the county. ,,, 269:' 'T pllIbadl. 339

    County Clerk Glb Brown explains the county had an 800 number,but the .,
    bill got to $1,000 a month and people were calling from out of state about ,
    traffic tickets. So, the BOO number was cancelled and the new 375-0209 'J je !4 ; ''J't /'

    number substituted. .. ,.. '., ,,' 'W-t't,. ,\: .
    The toll-free line can be used to phone In about Jury duty and by residents \
    outside on phones which are long distance from Starke. : DENMARK FURNITURE:

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    Madrigal Dinner Sing Set Dec. 17. 4,, t
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    The first annual Christmas Madrigal Dinner and choral performance to '

    set at 7 p.m. nex.t tWday<< Dec. 17, In the fellowship Hall of the First 964-5826/ .*; ,96458Z7EstabHsted =, t sI
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    United Methodist Church of Starke. I '
    Featured will be the University of Florida Renaissance Ensemble and : .. ,.hi 1923 4 I5
    the Starke Repertory Chorale, and a feast fit for a king. We Can Financ '

    Tickets-are$12 per person at the Chamber, of,Commerce in Starke.''phone,

    9S4-S278. .
    Sponsors are' the Starke Repertory Chorale and the First United
    Methodist Church of Starke.

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    ''II' I BC Wants Meeting With Fair Board ,
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    ti YvJi 1ld) ': J, F .I I ',',." J I I i I ,
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    V "' '.f..llli"'f I \.JI On Reimbursement of CD Funds
    +.."- f 'I ; i'i'I '

    I/' i, I I A joint i ( I type of active CD pro building but after getting brought up

    directors: ,, for a civil disaster. to date agree the Fair Association
    1 r # discuss the newly appointed owns it. FA board members took ex-
    the county services Cliff eception to the county wanting the
    abandoned put In charge of the fair association to pay for a building it
    up is being But Chapman has had already owns. Still, the commissioners -
    sloners' I yet except to look want to appeal to the FA
    The ?' !: available. board to pay the f7 500.
    ," ment ( "It's there's," laId county attorney
    n N Lrt,wz operates : debt, reduced from an Dudley Hardy when commissionersasked
    M now, asked stands in the way of for confirmation Monday Dec.
    for over a CD funds now, it is 5. I
    : 17,500 : told commissioners "I just hope the Fair Association:!
    by FEMA ago FEMA has $10,000 in will go along with us. The building Is
    Now available to the worth that much," said Commissioner -
    \. county or that .the $7,500 must be Maxie Carter Jr.
    I Yl,r ,' the state before the county can Chairman Lawrence Mosley asked t
    ds + ; federal money. attorney Hardy to set up an'eyeball
    f r 4f h sl iuz u r tir Nov. 4 commissioners at to eyeball" meeting ,with the entire
    ; Chairman the county owned the CD fair board

    Robert S,
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    e + Rosier Win 'in
    c 14 Veteran Lawtey
    Almost !
    wrote his Lawtey politicians re- "It's the most ever voted since I've
    attorney positions in an 85.6 per- been here" said Clerk Lucille
    reasonable In Tuesday's elections. Shuford, especially pleased with the
    f claim for M.M. Jordan polled zoo record turnout. -
    | highest gotten to 68 for "How people vote is their business
    as E. Buddy) Griffls. but I do like to see them vote," saidthe
    tain $7,300 Marvin Rosier clerk. .
    4 ( "" or submit with 198 votes to 110 for 322 of Lawtey's 376. registered
    $ y 1 If ihP Federal (Spud) Massev. voters went to the polls.
    'I: Agency,( been police chief at Unopposed for two-year terms were i
    f the ': past 22 years, and will Clerk Shuford and Commissioners i
    gram. his 12th term. Rosier will Robert Scott and Hiram Buster)
    ; $7,500 consecutive 2-year Bennett. Shuford has served 10 years
    disaster Scott 20 years, and Bennett 6 years.CAPTAIN'S .
    : : : the State
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    .. the Fair :
    4ii County Is
    i -:... BHB&r mwr 43****.t I funds to
    rt I; Tot Finder.* :' ."Photo by Moil{ (Frl.dlln! The .
    "' year lease
    The Hellbron Springs Volunteer Fire department Is ,Ing'' .eJJ.addr"lecI.lJtam ed envelope toP ILSVl*'.. building '
    sponsoring tb. Tot Fader( Program, which designed () Box Z,Stark.. '. operating, !
    :. to help volunteer fire drpl. members locate children ,' : These stickers may also be obtained 'tat the funds the DINNER
    t older I people' and'"the bandcaped| quickly' at the scene of 'Christmas Parade Saturday';.. Dec." ''II In SUrke 1.arenl. tricity was 964.5478'I

    i fire.The-stickers are-placed on windows and"en'tie' .<, Plclur'..request drbove only.are" Asqt.\ : ''Fire_ '<:hlei'i?Clfr.! J ..rank: month.Also, j ; 1

    \ child's door nearest the hallway, marking! the room ton ..c lackburn(.t left). Chief Henry Thorntor, along wltll't pushing 1I
    ,1"t" lI'.acu.penonel. \ J 1 I tot< Marie Blackburn and Jim{ Spears. ; <*< :}r" thousands
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    I.*!, These floureicent( stickers /can be.ebtajuied by' mall-. ; 1"\ .!"a" ;.fl ;-1" ( ;: : ,' ;.., ***.-_'/_ \ building., |I' I
    .. At that tI
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    'ft! 1ayo Splls McDonalds? : ; ; ;

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    :;''. Dallas Afayo 3s out of'the'Big Mac gm WXIS $2.991
    iji business? having 'sold his twogyfMcDonald's IwouldHikaiotliahlCthe'poople'of"Bradford : IAWTIV MM YOUTH. AlaN. ,
    fast-food restaurants in;,|' County and )h of-Green., tlep.71"J* Is taking you to the country with the new Captain's Country Dinner.
    Starke and Green Cove''Springs r.the.. Cove, ,SPHng;.Thej\ voi( peen.' lawtay.Ln..MeryCHI.TMAI .{' portion ol our special country ,i... )wig finali2erlNO'i':18.'' : '*;.wonderful i people ;to r'ldetWesays i y. L s rr r bans trash creamy cols slaw two southern style hush puppies
    ifs; aIt ... )4ay sduo* and: t lemon iwda .Now that's a down"home country' dinner',
    ,...., ,, ,'_ ri : youlr* going K we4" .V* ., ...
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    'I'e built a home in the Moun- poratlon.. ..;;,J. c/o f li
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    t' ''1' UMnff trf'.North Carolina::'They have There are some 0,000 McDonald'! in planned i for the last few)years to eef>.t" the U.S. There are 42 McDonald' In. OM, I C* rlha wt A.M.-S PJM. ; SALAD SUPREME
    (heir restaurants ud.tart assembt.tag > 'the Jacksonville] cooperative: fp..rr..r.d by SVU Ovldana Ctt.kOlft /oh IIIh $2791Captain
    The Starke McDonald's Is one of the \ .,101 dr.ring and a.rved with tomato and boll/'-dog
    new Interests. Itwn: .0 tt cklnq'' StyM,, .r. ..0f0C.......and your chotc< at three drwilngt..allona
    Jacksonville
    best cooperative
    But before reUremen1, Mayo was in ,[ Life| > \ mug w cftoppcd'Wtuo.
    says' attributing the success to :
    the who built McDonald's Mayo
    person .CTinb IPT.
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    restaurants In both gtarke and Green US-301 plus the local) business.almost' $ MARKS iriSCOPAt|, CHUUCH r ,, { l .$.. 1HHNIyNtHHHHIN.HH19HH11HH.
    ,who has served A McDonald's franchise is
    Cove. 'SpringS. and\ ,*.fl'nnVtll Art It Crafts '
    for new 'applicants
    millions of hamburgers. Impossible tocome: by
    .Moth towns I,.etJ... 1 toM"I( 6 PM 1 .
    But, .
    costs 500000.
    ana some
    the current lraadfordStarke1hamber
    Mayo, Church std Jacktan .t..... |?
    of cornmer presldt>nt. Mayo'' says they sell for; a lot morethan ( e a grcaf little seafood place
    operated McDonald's Jn' Starke foe that.: {Florida, there Is. a five- \ + MARKlf '
    nine years and the one on Green Cove year waiting list, he saysw MlNI-rtf/ ,,.! [ '
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    Springs for Uwpaut five years. Method I* selling is through theMcDonald' (qua ) CHOICE FOR A CHANGE
    ,. The Camraunlty Day Caw4I Cntor
    of McDonald's In Starke is Corp., Mayo says ;.
    I AM J (W **4-7f 4 ''
    buyer buyers; f '
    finds qualified .
    and 'corporation'
    1L ;;owned by Mack Ray .. k \
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    'two brothers from Ormond usually from within the corporation Fresh tossed salad with your choice I of three) dressings
    Eddy; : .
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    BeachThe Green Cove: restaurant or of current owners of franchises! ., ,, ,, ) Country white b oM.
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    was' sold to Rogen'Mahan,, a Mayo figures McDonald's in Starkeserves '; tBROOKH COUHCI 1 I (t.of mv tell or beani" may be substituted lor trench fries or cole slaw with any
    McDonald's. Corp. employee} for thai I some (m>,ooo 'customers' .' 4M.etn1, + >.7' PM i ;. J product of order(Tossed plod 20' extra).
    .:The same management team9'will; ,restaurant"ha5 returned 'some' M, t t f. '
    -be retained the Stark McDonald. million tIIe.l local.' economy over thePest -M.N'""p, 7 iINI j jI. l I
    M faYL The. staW tae .some;.$0)). !nine years. I. t ," "

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    bualI/Idl&rJ" the r.
    ( Continuing Debate

    '. curre the C'o.J/ Wet. )EII'mert .50' ;FEBNANriINA.-4
    .1 ; ,: chants V1.. forced", An) take zttsm. or: : O

    mattetto\ their own '. .. x
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    Members of the Starke Rotary Club of proportionality, only '
    last week voted 40 to 0 in approval of the "fairness of due process." ,One justice tin ate I* .. ,pro hialog e.II "_" C." .:;:!4...:?: ; ..

    execution of Robert Sullivan for the 1973 interpreted the law as fair saying trial that and"...if is goods \/,':;,\.,,4 prWi a to the (sat dt'p.ikd ire ,IAt' Balk !M3"rTT. DENTS: payalst. to JJeflr
    received
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    slaying of Donald Schmidt, a 38yearold a person a 01,1 "
    father of, four. sentenced to die it does not matter that beaA'ee.'' fof; sell I tsaried. tilt' ra'y qA Mid Scrip in current Bank bitlt.. .
    someone else may have deserved the [In start titans* the Yank ,

    Does this mean that Rotarians are death penalty but did not get it.'' The of Jl'e< ,A t\l'lrt\ U dated Sr.1j11c{ .LA, At tit i, ,}8CJj
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    hardhearted disciples of the Old Testa- question of proportionality (equal April 1, I SI.'in tare s.&ond ; .p "

    merit doctrine of "an eye for an eye," intent sentence for equal crime) has arisen in edrby J 60'.Hodges- 4.. rf''f CatKitr.TMa .

    ,.on vengeance regardless of the circumstances other states, also, and is now under con- railroet\. '1Ilnt( J" Svrke, ...._........__..__._._.._,__.. ,_ .._.. f .....

    ? We think not. sideration by the U.S. Supreme Court, during !fit.. QeMod\ It certifies I' .

    The club is organized and'operates The court has declared that absolute .n earl t H grk eu",8aisden"t", 50-cent scrip, dated April I, 1M2."' was Issued In Stark second year of the Civil War,

    under a formula designed to provide uniformity and fairness is an ideal it "haa cJet.Id, \ l,, thisa Pltlt Signed by John Hodges, Starke'i railroad.agent at that time It certifies that Howell Baisden, an earl': '
    membership to a cross-section of could not afford to take time to achieve, Fifty ., t ayable .to merchant here. had deposited. GO cents In the Bank of Fernandlna, payable to the bearer.
    bearer /} or this r '. ,v, ; !
    business and professional men of the considering the multiplicity of cases YeWf

    community. Its' roster includes and the length of time required to a bills'rlp, '; "rl'e"l ,bank ;-., .. + .... .+ ++ ., .+t 4+ + .+ + +. l**
    ministers of the: gospel, educators them. p' ,' .
    lawyers, judges, and a wide spectrum in* review An InOjyn( story of the use of scrip : ,13'NK OF $JOHNS t
    other fields of endeavor. So, this brings us to what may be the and banVAiW'!\ dine;of wr>panic, and 1' >'; ffr f'
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    of all the areas concerning in "The Illustrated '
    grayest gray depress ,. ; : .
    We" believe the,, unanimous vote enforcement of the death penalty. History ';.1* 'flot-uJa Paper Money," 00 IO '.
    reflected feeling that criminals should ra8Clnaf.Iok\ Compiled by Daniel G. 1. 2. 12 + rt-.+f
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    In a moment of frankness, Florida'sformer lUustf of old tJr M f f
    m atlons .
    Cassidy Wluin# <5 : i .
    full deliberate
    paY'tJte for
    ; penalty com chief Justice, Arthur England, paper nWSi) itftu d In All parts of the \ \; "
    mission of crimes described by law as said "The of our state TtO hjftk Is ow"jd, by Bill McKet-
    cruel, heinous, and atrocious., Also decision once of, course consequences, is that..individualsin chnie wKvVi tltiuO shop on Call Street at 'riJ' 1J CEil TIFi J'F ",! .:BISBEB" &: CANOVA. M..j!
    the rauwft \ partially housed in the old 11 .
    reflected in the unanimous vote
    were
    feelings of frustration and'disgust witha Florida may well be executed for brick bul l J1 vVot H JChat l *Pace,Starke' *lp.po., !!(lin 'tjiJ1', Bank FIVE! : ; CENTS, pay'aMf' : to, Jft ifi"iJY." .,

    allows cumbersome endless judicial system that of others crimes who similar have to been those spared committed the death by first When JarS"W t vfal_candle troops'here.occupied Fernan- .+ o*' rtlvrn.,of if ,:,thit-' .,.Certificata,. -, in tiur! rer112. "q'H/f Bill' ""'Ii;
    appeals over a period
    penalty: Disparities in sentencing will dina in WL&S of 18 offers of the Bank. 4 +
    ten years or more. Another factor in the all the rhetoric about ''of FernaJAiIa. Milch was chartered on .
    vote'was the gut feeling of most com- death occur,being despite different, and the courts ex- Jan. 15, l&Vfle4fjt", ;: ) n tt/>e city along with i No /h,42.: .. .. .. C oblerJ"W.

    monsense thinkers that the death penalty special scrutiny to prevent ar- most of ttuJ&jvn'*population.) A branch office ....,.:......, ..._..._.. w44_+4..444.S _++__. ............-, I.'"+._
    ercising
    :.if carried out systematically, of tl!>C J>kAk Was" already operating In .

    without undue delay, would help deter, bitrariness riding societal, in order needs.to, In preserve other words over- of Starke its *,Pt*<\L hat h'1I1'o ftiWncial Historian Institution Cassidy This'accent piece of scrip, dated Feb, Z4, 1S6Z. was Issued by Blsbee ft Canova of

    ruthless murders committed in the process determinedthat ovvtl the Florida Supreme Court thinks it 'llfiiy I, tttAt Su rlrt then becamethe
    earliest commercial establishments In Jacksonville, was Capt. Paul B. Csnovs.'csp-'
    of robbery or kidnapping. bent. &tie office far the duration of
    legal fair play must, at some point, Civil tyV for being lain of a steam boat that ran between Jacksonville and Palatka. He was the ancestor.
    the the
    ace tinting scrip: -
    Debate over the death penalty will go be sublimated to the necessity of rid Issue\Hf;yrt in APril )882. Canvas, now living Starke and elsewhere In this area.

    on and on, as long as a death warrant remains .ding society of those not fit to remain a .
    to be signed. But is spite of the part of it.According. Cassidy 6v.hU,,( mt hat'through,' the ''choice but to i Issue such "bills"to finance Accompanying the photograph or the!5011
    < of
    history kYq Mefn civtuntion the use piece of scrip issued 1ft Starke during the
    uncompromising stance 0(. some to Sherrill, Justice gold and U%(bat*lw'y been the prefer its Civil War involvement. Paper money, Civil War is a brief sketch 01 the town In
    believers on both sides, there are certain red form j pntyand always readily accepted *- however, had a bad reputation from past book
    the
    rated of the best Cassidy :
    England is as one history when the nation's founders had j
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    fork UitfortiWiateiy however
    gray areas in the process that can minds ever to have served the court. He there ne'I"ef.1IiI l beer enough gold or silver issued Vast amounts of such currency from I'The village called Starke appeared I
    and will be argued ad infinitum, with no never took a position of being either for to supply fVematrta of commerce. 1779 to 1780 under acts of the Continental along the route of the Florida Railroad .
    prospect of ever becoming all black or death and Congress.So hopelessly devalued did these 1857. .Someone suggested that the small
    the hoped
    all white. or against penalty, Prior t 'ti 'IdI'8Pl'fSei use,of paper notes become that even today the expression town be named Starke to honor the then-.
    that the Supreme Court would be able to money,It/i Attest ieCeaatry to"barter"; "It's} not worth a Continental"is fre- Governor Madison Starke Perry.
    Florida, more than any other state, set standards that made sense and were trading fbtnk A produce or livestock and quently heard as a figure of speech: '
    will become the forum for much debate.At of able to poultry fd{' 811\ifIlClQrl'Ctproduta 'and "Starke began as a shipping point the
    enforceable in the sense being
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    serviceS ;AuAl "slit. But the chief After the Civil War the use"of paper railroad, where farmers could congregateto
    last count Death Row at Florida be followed but he now. believes they drawback d'Ptfbe tyMer ayst.,m wax that money was adopted by a number of large load their agricultural products for

    State Prison was populated by 206 men failed.: "" the trade"rind! ,'ery jleldQfl\/exchange/ business enterprises. Ji) floridalit was ",,ti..delivery!: to the I> orth.-'''In' ,later years,
    more than any other statJKto tkWv+ '!! "''t'I\- t': articles eE k et11: 1 vtllue: 'well adapted to 1 large sawn}' \' operatWbs,1.*tit'' tarfce would etq tlence;ttwsame lumber

    Union The fact that there atm"'JnH'fe"r1ll:w tft'I' attofcl&erS-t cotflistew.is"" the7. death not,'''If.W'r ference,.' ,!YJ nnRo, tY",'JIoi-....,. Theme was:.,'\inhere*>which, Iliad!worker been*"Were4 enrtiteoVW told1 WtJi'cWenCy scrip thalf!, nd naval 'stores'miich':-'development of northern l Florida staatflfcharacterized' ,U

    on Death Row could even become the .because have r had been printed for -their '
    penalty .. you a very AccorcUiJI employers. .before the Depression.
    of debate since there is lack CWldy.: during Florida'spreCivil '
    subject no members'who Usually however this type of1 currency
    unstable coalition of go yr/ period J, tile use''or "com- "Starke has continued to thrive as''*',
    of convicted murderers was negotiable only at a store or .
    women back and forth the composition of the I company moderate sized
    as modity nKfVMH tile 'ofn.of cotton was '"commissary". Florida city. '
    prison. but none is slated for execution objectionable prate '
    court is little popular.Stf*oottoft was the chief product
    changes..there, very lice gave the sawmill and turpentine The use of scrip again became necessary
    stability in this law," of the sto\W> tJ'o'e: <) .Y'lt had a recognized 'operators an unfair advantage over their In the years of the T'Great Depression" of
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    Under Florida's 11-year-old revised worth l .'a5 uw bulky to be readily workers,which they exploited to the fullest the 1930s: when some governmental units
    death penalty law, there have been only "People on the court disagreed on transport kJ)', hftdv therefore inconve extent: By this means they kept the ran out of money. School teachers were
    what the word 'cruel' means, what the ,nient to triad >' barging.. workers far in ,
    two executions .-- John Spenkeliiik, \ so debt to themthat the prominent among those whose paltry
    1979 and Robert Sullivan in 1983. ,word 'atrocious' means, what the word .Theref 'heinous' means. These are all subjec- became gpPViEsr. apt( f lorlda 'had! little other employment. paper issued by the School Board.

    In spite of demands for justice, and tive terms. People disagree on "

    feelings of revenge on the part of some, backgrounds who are appropriate '

    no one wishes to see an innocent person, execution based' their I
    people for on '
    executed for a crime he did not commit. crimes and backgrounds -. who are ap- CO\A1 ty Agents Notebook'---*ZSS83fct 1IronicJL.

    Some argue that this is a possibility that propriate based on who their victimsare :
    should be avoided at all costs, althoughit .
    It is the most subjective and unob-
    : ; Christmas trees. interest In mistletoe
    is hard to conceive of an innocent man B. plant with a But mony.. Mistletoe hanging in the doorway
    jective area can possibly imagine! began long before the birth of
    Christianity.
    going to the chair with all the avenues of you "Jeckyfriflifor/ character" finds favor dur indicated a peaceful house. The traditionof

    appeal that are at his disposal., But because of these imperfections,' symbollOuletl ing the I?Cfey i, \. "MISTLETOE friendship, which Is1 adestructi Because mistletoe of has Its UDIIIU8lJfOWtIt strange habit,, ,friendship.kissing,under the mistletoe. signified.

    should the,death penalty be abandoned? hardwood This and mystic powers down through the ages.
    plat trees.
    Another area is the possible inequality \,/ of '
    gray v > Many ancient people, from the Druids to Regardless of Its romantic sybollsni.,
    absolute perfection be plant Is \ tog( s Ili a tt tie I'I'rllllitelivlng
    with which the death penalty Though may primarily) ij'f A, IHwt U>*'% bark and sap. early American Indians, used this plant. .mistletoe is a parasitic plant which conv
    convicted
    can be administered. In 1972 the'U.S. unobtainable, still ,every; -'" So, bow i i (j,*" holiday tradition of using' 'In times past,'pl'eglUlnt women made a monly infests hardwood trees,such as Oak.
    murderer has the endless appeals >>" and Pecan. Mistletoe does '
    Supreme Court decided that it was being ) : mistletoe fattried! Mistletoe Tea which they drank beforechildbirth. manufacture

    ,Applied "capriciously" and that the ten years of it* if he can find Mistletoe! \(*lino
    process by which one murderer was executed lawyers willing to keep the scales of holiday v%l''I wreaths and mistletoe might be used In treating Hyper-,> rooting into the bark and living plants wood.by' ,
    in of legal ac' tension. But, the "most familiar practice'associated
    entangled a maze
    and another was given a lesser justice Mistletoe can cut off the flow of sap from
    tion. With all 'of the intricate' t" with this unusual plant r- kissing
    .punishment followed no rational pat ugly ''l, under the mistletoe'dates: back: to' the trunk to Infestecs'wanchea...When this
    tern. The states in which the death process at his 'disposal, it is. FO t Y, '! Norse Mythology happens, whole limbs die. In addition to'

    penalty was 'still legal were left to that'an innocent person would did in the T rdin, to' None mythologyv Cod; blocking sap How mistletoe reduces food
    or In- ,' )\ ,r a production shading out the leaves
    devise a of executing criminalsthat electric chair because .of errors .named 01 the,
    system BALDER (BALL-dura was shot bya '
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    I IN O heat
    could be ,applied more equally.' adequate defense. f3 Ad > i OUNTy'r mistletoe arrow:In their anger,the other tree Naturally a weakened tree also

    Florida was the first to come up with a In the case'of Robert Sullivan, acCording Ity PII"I'" jJortait.C.nly Forester ''Gods turned mistletoe.into a parasite. Its 'fungi becomes, diseases susceptible and to Insects other problems: *
    berries symbolized tears. when the Thus. *
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    new law, acceptable to the Supreme to his own confession,when Donald Gods:and humans were on good; (terms mistletoe attack may result In the eventuaL.
    Court. But the final decision on whethera Schmidt, with his,hands taped behind Woma l' Q1411 SAle again, mistletoe became a symbol of.har ,death of an entire tree. .

    convicted criminal'should go to the his back tripped and.fell while beingabducted 'orTree\; ", tc; vth ,' ... ,
    electric chair was still left up to one from his place 'of work, With UVWAntW'8 n sn 'readily'ap- ( tleffefs.Mow' '

    man, the judge, who could disregard the Sullivan bashed his head with a tire iron proaching itt flue(ta** hallowed place / [ ...: jf I,

    jury s recommendation of,mercy, it he and, then, in his own words"fired four around y chose. Thus, the determination of rounds' of a 12-gauge shotgun' into the, ted by a t Xjlf you have 811 idea In this ',We Can Solve; I I Saturn I to God, Russia can nevi touch- I"c

    whether a man should live or die rests in back of his h ad." When asked why; the direction,, VXr) nut ,thought must -be The Nuclear problem 'us; God promised the Israelites ,many,
    where at a
    the hands of one man. the judge. cold-blooded answer was, "To kill cspijtalq\ ; a.tree- or' 'two years ago that they t-would never be;:
    reasonab, .., ;The No, 1 problem l'th..tJS .
    N" .... ;U.a cossf-. destroyed again. They nave not been
    Another debatable area is the fact him. 'The.Stsrt,P" f. Club will ha',otter-- ble nuclear. war.with Russia.'. ,: ,'' ." .- destroyed.'I'd' love to have His protectionover

    that Florida law requires judicial 'During the. ten long years that Ing tree s latsale, on Friday,Dec. ,The' No. 1 solution Is tor all !PSA citizens our country! like that, wouldn't: :yout.The ..

    review of\capital cases ending in the Sullivan was on Death Row he had the'", 'II, from 8'sold. Vd J;tin" 'ail ,tpe seediuiga' are to Blvo' their lives to God/ Let Him deal, / solution Is easy,:but can we da it'? )Ii
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    death penalty,' but/says, nothing about benefit of several clemency hearings.. P'. :" sfw'( ,, tIn with Russia.He created this Earth and all 'doubt' it..But I keep..P."ayln"UIa ;we canT
    those that end in life sentences. As the an er( : beauuflcation that's on It;so I'm sure he can handle the
    and 13 to the courts running UndaBux'ton ttoute'l.s'tark
    appeals ..,
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    the Syrians <
    'of ufd too '
    Starke CowIt area fWss.JI\.Nlt *
    pointed out by Robert Sherrill, writing full gamut from the lowest: .to' the' the -WornOflowering obtained.J.ooo .It's all\ simple If you: ,,oak me'which"'nobody .' .' .. 4 r

    In the New York Times Magazine, highest in the land. '\ "1\1'" for purchase by. did.very I volunteered tM answer out of M .", I" : :
    "...the court has of knowing how Interested l '.fttty will be of.Pering 1 '
    no way It is reasonable to suppose, that' love for my country and God who created -
    the two percent of murder convictionsthat a psi *tor thepricd,ofsn ,thte.. Esrth.Evangelist Dilly Christmas Pat riy : ,
    Schmidt, if he was able,also pleaded for one dollar. Mticki In the star ,'It what DIsh
    result in the death penalty stack up ',., an : paper says And Covered ,
    in' the remote muckland ..>, '
    Amerkans
    clemency I'lft..ytng were/ tough, .
    with even a portion of the other 98 per- Fiowerbi A dui'i15 excellent ',Set for Dec.16' i tAt
    was'carried and shot death and all her Other
    f where he to. yard tree txL* erehit strong woo wars. ,coun- : '.
    > s6Ytraeee, Ktogal Center
    cent. ,
    looked to '
    trle* We God.
    f >. but none was given. highlight > up us. wore a ;
    ; i aving country- those days; God has
    Some of the death best '
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    proponents penalty grows par trim :
    '' "1 rtely ,OHMn ua so much, vet w*do not appreciate n" will wave
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    : shade
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    that the Florida Legislature-r had > t the '
    argue '' : V,He also no.chance to appeal.When grows talkv .? would be n."'II turning Hfa back on us. We'reaot 'i 1't i, ud'eoV8IWI.t .n1lll8I, ,
    intended to achieve the fairness' '
    never J so strong now and we low ;
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    owerlines to
    Ideal If wane
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    $ l
    ':, ,. t <. ,'.. ,i contend witV .MmedUUi' vlcinloj 1'L Ok'at the weather} changes t Mailbu, e,(,.....'.. "' f f,

    tyofyourliWThe ,:. i Btcch was destroyed because there Is so .. ,.I.L; Irt.na..n.d' :
    critLfl grwving much sin there.If we bad a nuclear war it espilly tile Children. ,are Invited '
    dogwood ire Fp'; !Is during the first would to a disaster; to say the tout.All by Ills Khwatoy, Lake Property .
    year follow! J' If drought condliuiia 'living *" would die. importantly....' ,aw.n\-a\ $to .wmt,. ; ,
    > exist ii >p jet o W I It sujM atad. trees Insects, ; and. mMt 'whole'uauNuelear .......wfih a w d'enjoyrtsi f p.m.,, "
    This could'iHjf t 7iawt lAP a fertimer application missiles r could> wipe the lWlla/sed by dinner at it, and eIfibu
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    ill fV (5V t foil '*bel continued Earth sway in a matter of, minutes.. .' :ed by MarYlia Maatc at p.m. '
    ..: Farmcrsvif any survived would have to I ,'l'I' ti
    lfto talnhealWy owau.dl..ar.edtollrlJtc':
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    ,. ann ::
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    ,: \ dig deepto reach soil that was not con-' "a ..... tamlnitM with fallout otherwise all our .. i bt value,
    King Louis XII of France visited, Milan in'' 1509 Leonardod..VinCi, ")ls.t V'1"oIj1: ''oJr 'J'expect'1! i '., toed wittier be eoataminatad ;" ...D f' '
    belraved to have constructed a mechanical lion that walked toward to King's .. II yell! 'So' *' 'a : ),IrN :=111'
    throne, stopped humbly b.far. him, and ripped' open its cheat with Its claws. to treea, b h ltford "cwtJy.I""t." ,If tot i ae''r I
    v Fl.ur-d.-lis, the symbol of the French royal houta, tumbled out at the King's test, that hat a It hoan/ a the one'.' CojWty building any shettan tell'he" -
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    50th Ann'veaary' .:. ,U>,I') .;: .
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    Mr. and Mrs Hermi C ( \ II Sid4Of; The ( c
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    celebrate their 50th wadding anniversary News J

    I with a reception Sunday,Dec 18., .
    from 2 to 4 p.m. in Fellowship Hall.i iI : '. 1'..," t
    of Grace United Methodist Church. Gladys Mooty Society Editor
    t fY I '. $647608Ella .:
    Lawtey, given by their''lIOn ;.ana r .'
    I ,daughter-in-law: Mr. and>..lMrl..
    S Y Wendell Kellya.drrlendsy; ;: 'iTi'\';<: *. r --- ., -
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    Mr. and Mrs. Kelly were married ., ,,...' ....,".,",, : :, :. .. "
    Dec. 1933 in Starke -'' "'<"> "
    All friends and relatives! arc Invited Arts and Crafts FestivalSaturday
    r y to..ttend.. It.Is.requested I"no' gifts iplease" rj
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    ,; ..,//Nt.'i at' Episcopal Church

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    Owens, t', St. Mark's Episcopal Church will from crochet, paintings, Christmas
    Max Denson, 'Jr. ;, !"",, hold their 3rd Annual Arts It Crafts decorations, wind chimes and
    To Wed Dec. Festival Saturdar' December 10. wooden toys to many other items. .1
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    9:00 5:00: p.m., at the There will' be entertainment 9
    ,I ryI church grounds {.(Church and Jackson throughout the
    sadd day Homemade i
    The wedding' of'Gail Owen Streets). chili a
    Max Denson, Jr. wlU take place' soups be sandwiches, and meson wlli 0 i
    sale
    on in
    Saturday; Dec. 10.; at 2 p.m2;;in lilt;!' Over 40 artists are participating to browse and the kitchen. by
    Olive Baptist Church in Wellborn, witha this year,with arts and crafts ranging shopping. do some Christmas
    reception following tll_''"'' rf
    All friends and relatives are invited ;
    z .Mr,and MrsIlermle Kelly '' TI
    to attend. > *J.TWI':
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    Hospital Employees, Entertained at Party. .
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    The Woman's' Club building was hung"on the stage curtain with"green made''of lettuce decorated,.iwith.T',. Mann Select Group ,IUd
    gayly .decorated In the. Christmas and red floodlights playing on. it cherry- tomatoes and'cranberry Steven McMahan ido
    holiday theme Saturday night for the Across the front of the'stage was a garlands. Ella Mann. Hallmark >:
    Christmas party given by tho Brad- garland'of tinsel' Interspersed with Administrator C.E. O'Steen'served, Frames :n
    ford Hospital medical', -'staff>for. ": the' '. Christmas' stockings. The, :: dining as emcee and gave away door prizes ,: Steven McMahan clto
    hospital. The employees. T ; ;tables were centered with burning red after introducing the medical staff', Plan,Doc. 17 Wedding 11l
    front doors were covered
    with candles and,,greenery.'plus gingerbread and board members ''" *'
    red ; Mr.and Mrs. Nathan of ton
    embossed Christmas B. Starling
    paper and .
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    people. Candy canes were Approximately 130 guests attending'danced 2
    the walls of the' auditorium'were'"' ,each place setting .:: ,< to the music of Bobby and Lawtey announce the engagement Etlc.ei.
    decorated with approaching marriage of their
    snowmen, huge
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    I from Gainesville between ;Klrn
    and red candles and daughter, Ella Lorraine Mann of
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    and, women. Hoot: live wreath a hours 7:30:; p.m.! : until W:30 Starke to StevenCratg McMahan,
    was and centered with a.Christmas) tree! a.m. :
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    place Saturday Dec. 17, at 4 p.m. at i (in3J
    me Ladles Auxiliary of'the; Star .'': -i\inscribed: with j'Angel,'ProclaimV? .. was surrounded ;"'ltIISItta:" J ',St. Mark's Episcopal Church,Starke..
    Church-'of'God hosted its annual ,: ,Standing at 'points ot interraf were The' long T-shaped tables were N I i' The bride-elect is a 1981 graduate of IV
    Christmas banquet saturday Dee. 3 )4ifersize) angels holding huge pink'I'll)-; covered with white cloths.'The head I'$J Bradford High School. Her maternal :
    at 6 p.m. in the church. Fellowship bons. Gold starburat ornaments were table was' centered with an arrange-,a grandmother Is Lorraine' Bennett of 31O
    H4U.' hung from the ceiling and,pink angels ment of evergreen. pink'angels andyw! Lawtey..Paternal grandmother the
    tTbe'theme' :yerejmng ,throughout;. the< 'for;,'the banquet: was'.Ange" room' : "-" 7J..Two to the head table'were placed down' A I' Mr. McMahan is a 1976 graduate of n
    ". Proclaim' with! th .hall gay-:\ doors'were'povec' wit& gold the length of the tables with Clarkston High School Clarkston, Clark's 'Hallmark t:>
    I ly decorated in pink and gold.'.The boil and wrapped7to :lookJike, angels interspersed between pink'I'' f Washington and is selfemployed.A Shop
    wall behind the head table wascovered ,Christmas) gifts.: A Christmas tree delicious hanr.dinner Was served by reception will be at the home of Edwards Road
    with gold and centered With .ecorated with pink angels;pink bows the youth department; and' Jeanie, the bride's parents on Hwy. 301 S. 10
    .two huge.. pink. angels,..carrying.a scrpUM And gold balls:_ In one corner: ,and Taylor did all of the art work.r&!I' ,Ir Lawtey following the wedding. All New Bradford Square Shopping Center
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    The hostesses"invited the 20' $Into the computer lab where each IAuto hirt
    members to the attractive Christmas member was instructed and permit-
    decorated table for refreshments. ted to try the !school machines. And \ "
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    business meeting- order, for ora- ;Hostesses for the'evening .were HomeownersIn's'Unlnce list vJ

    mlttee reports, old and new'business- Brenda Whltehead,., Gale ,Bartlett,. ; 81
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    'members.-,Communlcatiuns chair ; ,; Next meeting will be-.Tuesday: ;JanV:K;J 4 JOY THORNTON
    man Janet Walters announced that,;t;-. 17,',,: In J Starke' In ,,the i Presbyterian:, 'y4 'CrI". Sales Representative $1

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    Brandyn Padgett' ,s( Mrs. Rex Belles v A.

    BHS Foreign Exchange Wins Pageant t'rw ''i!., Stork Shower Honoree.
    Program Planning Trip i Q f", :; > :..,', ,"
    Brandya Lauren Padgett\ .i Mrs. Rex Balled Was'honored alia"} 't.,! '. '.N r :
    T.e! Bradford High School Foreign won the 1983 LHUe- Miss, 'Afcua.: ,', stork shower last Saturday night at.VW, .'
    Exchange Program U in the process s Pageant held Oct II in. Alachua: .!.. the borne of Mrs Tony Phucox given i II''J '
    of planning a 4-week trip to Europe Florida. 'v* : by members of the Starke, Seventh '
    during the mummer of 1964. crown, trophy; Day Adventist Church. '
    Students going on this trip win ner flowweers,350 savings bond, and a The refreshment table was covered .
    spend three weeks in West Germany PrisclUa baby doll. She will be riding With s white linen cloth and centered :..., 'C. ,
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    visiting with the families of the Ger- In the Alachu.-HI h Springs! with a cake decorated in pink and .an affordable .''J(> .! 'j> ;
    man students who visited Starke last n Christmas Parade on Dec. to. This blue and inscribed "Welcome Baby". .'] V ,\*. 1 >, ** **to* *">; r '' ':,u..5V t .,.,.,
    spring. During this time, our young parade usually consists of over 100 entrants This was flanked by candles and ar- i \ 1: : ( '
    people will be privileged to be a partof it Is aired live "on a local rangementa of flowers. .V\ r 1; ; t'
    their German host family and will Gainesville radio station and is tapedto A Vesper service was given by Mrs. *'$ I r I ,. ', }1 d N'r jt';m'' .
    also go on sightseeing excursions with be televised on a local Jacksonville Maurice White followed by the servIng .,;)l ,, nt-h'
    the OIlS group. An additional week fP. station. : of refreshments to the 40 ..tten:1;1t. 1 I 't K.
    will bee touring other European On Nov. IS, Brandyn won the Tock ding. ;' fr.;
    and P.I P. dler 'division of the Florida A rocking chair'.from Iba church! ) ""I
    Bradford majorcities.Bobbie Sue Sweetheart Baby Pageant in;"St. was among the .gifts'received by the. :.'?; *: *? I
    O'Brian and Julie Miller are organia- Augustine. She won a ,crown and honoree. ,'> -. ..",'l I t ESafferr ; ." d |I. %|
    ing this trip and they,along with their -A trophy and the honor to crown the \ ,
    husbands, will share chaperoning I older girls later on that evening.\ On1 "1 r I .. )
    responsibilities. Nov. 12, she placed first runner-up In ADK Alpha Gamma ', 1 ,
    Any BHS student who \Is interestedin .the same pageant In Palatka. ?, K/$ N
    participating In this program Dorothy Keen In Dec., 1982, she placed third Holds Tasting Party 'j ;. ", ,
    should contact Mrs. O'Brian at schoolor runner-up out of M contestants In the ,,,': ; :'
    phone her at home (964-7717) as Dorothy Keen, Florida Christmas Queen Pageant In Alpha' Gamma chapter' of Alpha;i' 'r.'; {':-; ":'. Asserts your taste I"; ,'Jl
    soon as possible. Jacksonville. This was her very' first Delta Kappa met at ,St Mark's '',''Ii! ':" and Individuality as' [ .V'lw.;: :"
    Robin Pearce pageant. .Episcopal Parish House, 'Monday, v; i h 1 j[ l}!\ '. )Nell as writes baauti lif"..\ ..,":.dJ!;,"'
    To Wed Jan. 6 Brandyn is the daughter-of Gregand Dec. S, for Its annual Christmas ,? l fully/ in elegant' : .
    brushed stainless steel. ..' "',1.
    Florist Holds Julie Padgett of Lawtey; granddaughter tasting party. ,
    Shop Mr. and Mrs. Don McDavid, Sr. of of Harley L. (Johnny) and The evening activities Included a These fashionable writing 1:'
    Open HouseSunday Brooker and Wayne Keen of Lake Ci- Betty N. Hazen, Deer Springs Lake, Christmas craft activity presented by Instruments are available asa ,r'. ,
    ty announce the engagement and approaching Keystone Heights and Everett and Carolyn Taylor. Also president fountain pen rolling ball ,'
    Norma Donn and Diana Wilkerson, marriage of their Mary Padgett of Starke; and the Eugenia Whitehead conducted ai ., pen; ballpoint pencil or gift '':* I
    owners of the Bradford Square Florist daughter Dorothy Denise' Keen of great granddaughter of OJ. (Osmle) Christmas literature program. ." ': r pets, All- attractively, gift :,il"
    Shop, held Open House Sunday afternoon Lake City to Robin Darryl Pearce and Evelyn Norman. Lawtey. Hostesses for tho evening were San- boxed.,
    with approximately 135 atten- son of Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Pearce of On Dec. 4, Brandyn and her sister\ dra Duncan, Lucille Payne, Lucile \
    ding between the hours of and S p.m. Lake City. Catherine Raye Padgett crowned the Johns and Gladys Thomas. ."- t' ., I.-
    Handmade ornaments glittered on winners in the Christmas Florida ,"
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    the big Christmas tree In the snow High School; is employed by the VA Sweetheart Pageant In Keystone Did You Know........... ... ,', V. ?;" ; ," .' .' V" ):fel..r.,
    window and on the champagne col- Hospital and is a member of C.B.E. Heights. Santa Claus. was there as" '
    ored tree In the shop. Christmas Mr. Pearce Is graduate of Colum- their helper,giving out 14K gold heart Mr. and Mrs,James O'Brian spent ; 'i.
    music was played on antique music bia High School and has been charms to every contestant. A' Thanksgiving week in the Smoky OFFICE: ,SHOP <..J:: ,
    boxes during the show hours.In employed by Lake City Coca Cola for Christmas party followed ,the- Mountains. .
    the design room was a refresh- the past five yean. pageant. 110 W< Can) Street -
    ment table covered with a red cloth The wedding is planned for Jan. 6, A Ctff.tnt a Mwrttict
    and centered with a Christmas tree 1984, at 7 p.m. at Southside Baptist .A SvkcrtrHM..She TUKJKAFHjMf 964-5764 .'.
    decorated with parsley, stuffed Church, Lake City. ....10.A OMIK..Win "
    olives, cherry tomatoes and cheeses. ......Wwtfc tl MO-DM.M
    Artistic seasonal arrangements were BIRTHSJ. TLI 1 "'[
    on display throughout the shop. -
    During the afternoon five door Senior Adult Group ': 'I
    prizes were given away to: Larry Meets Community NeedsThe Brian Edward Saxon FLORIDA. NATIONAL BANKSTARKiAND ..u"
    Thornton a fresh arrangement; Judy
    Archey, balloon arrangement; Edith First of'Starke Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Saxon of ,
    O'Neal,picture frame; Sheila Wllkin-, began a Senior Baptist Adult Church fellowship and Starke announce the birth of a son. ..:, ; Ecn0 Lodge jpresents .L+:':
    son,book on flowers; Eunice Searing, ministry in August of 1963. "We Brian Edward, born Nov. 17 ... "
    set of six beveled sport glasses., with group Alachua General HospitaL '
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    Harvey Starling ,
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    Meet FridayThe The group and includes Is called Senior"YoungatHeart" Adults 60- "Breakfast with Santa" r.: \:

    lunch bunch will hold covered years of age and older.The group has Heather Rochelle Gordon Saturday December 17th I .!
    involved over 100 people and the ,
    dish luncheon Friday, Dec. 9, at 12
    average attendance at monthly dinners Todd and Pam Gordon of Starke.
    at the First
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    8:30-10:30 at' Lodge
    which are provided by the nounce the birth of a daughter. ,
    church is around 70. The group has Heather Rochelle, born Nov. 21 in .
    sponsored trips to "The Cross and Shand's Teaching Hospital., BREAKFAST: M.25 per, cWM ,
    Sword", a play in St. Augustine b
    Gainesville. .
    Senior Citizens Marineland, various restaurants, andmuch ; Maternal grandparents are Mr.and { Includes- Free'picture' with;' Santa '

    much more. Mrs. Donald C. Brooks of Lawtey: '1.50 must be accompanied by child)
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    Holiday Monday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m. the Maternal great grandparents are Mr. .
    "Young-at-Heart" group will sponsor and Mrs. Guy Herndon of Chats Tickets Available at Econo Lodge and
    senior citizens holiday covered a Christmas sing and party at the tahoochee. :
    dish luncheon will be held Thursday, First Baptist Church. Anyone 60 Paternal grandparent are' Bob Florida National Bank/Starts
    Dec. 15, at 12 noon at the Methodist years of age and older is invited.The Gordon of Starke and Arlene Phranerj! '
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    Fellowship HaiLChristmas First Baptist Church Is determined to of San Antonio,T_.Paternalares tt TEKETS'MUST BE PURCHASED BY'FRlDAY,;DECEMBER 16
    carols will be sung reach out and_meet.the. needs pfjtr! grandparents- are--'Mr'.nd" Mrs1"\ ...1 li ,.. *i. *" 'J BISfcS.KSM; E
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    .' Attending't the Florida Association Church'attended the performance the Recreation'.yehicle| hoy. 'hi Church N.ws..... I ,
    AW of Realtors Tenth Annual Local Board<..'.' nwhere Charley at the Alhambra LouIaYinetKy"IaIla,; '8ek. ,.' The 1./ I' by Dolores /Menq',' ., Collins and Sharon Forsyth. Sharon
    "''{'Officers Leadership Conference held :,, Theatre Sunday UAlacksonu +I.A'.111' "Ib' 'Ijlr:' .fl 1','1 Holy Year Pilgrimage Service phono 4e wsis transferred from Southside Elementary -
    '''Tat the Marriott Inn In Orlando 1tO'l..29 : Those attending were( Mrs.:Ada'M In TO.' Jonrt Griffin _l-_ .- .,, M for the Diocese of St. Augustine was Nov. 28,'and was on the honor roll
    president-elect, 1984 of thri Bradford-; ': MI'J..t;Ibe grime, Camp Montgomery' last "b-w'edayt'j de Din Shrine and the Prince of Mr.'and Mrs. H. Medford Connelly Sixth grade-Allison Archey and Cindy
    Union Board of Realtors;;'Cecell*'Ter- James Holly, Jdhn Mrs. Era Peace Church In St Augustine. of Hampton Lake hosted a surprise Davis.
    willegar, treasurer-elect; Michael Geiger, Mrs. Beverly Blackahear Mrs. L.A. Canova harelumed; ; Bishop John .J. Snyder was Joined birthday party honoring their son, PESludentiWeek
    Mr. and Mrs, Mac Baldwin Mr. andr after with Mr. and by parish priests, Knights of Colum- Super
    Cooney,, secretary-elect, and Blla: 10 days Christopher on the occasion of his
    Cooney associate!l. realtor of Ter- M"*: "ww| .Thomas Mrs. Cocella Mrs. sing in Chapel Hity bus, and parishioners In the 22nd birthday on Nov. :21 at their of Nov. 14 to Nov. 22:
    wkllegar,Realty. Terwlllegar. ,Mrs./ Beth Bobo and N.C and also ;Visiting her sister; Mrs. Pilgrimage. Among those from St. home. Kindergarten, Charlotte Smith; first
    I 1, .. Yyonne'Robot IMr. and Mrs.,Thomas Blanche Otto, who Is In the. hospital Edward's attending this service were Among those present were a groupof grade, Tracey McCullough; second
    : > t lirist' Dwyer. Mr and Mrs. Travail Smith there for knee surgery."1. ',:*>": the pastor, Rev. Father 'Joseph his Barbergator friends from grade, Rodney Padgett: third grade,
    ? Pat?Spengler Judy't decker and Mrs. Raymond Stanwlx-Hay and ( : \ Finlay, Josephine Gumber Peggy Jacksonville[ and Gainesville. Donald Dick: fourth grade, Wayne
    Rodney Hall attended''the' Florida Jane Stanwlx-Hay and arr. Arthur Lee S4.00 arh...tiopplmnMrTM / Shatter Wallace McNeely, Barbara Chris can be seen forecasting Kerschner; fifth grade, Terri Ann
    School,!Board conference -In Tampalast and Mrs. Lee r. /.o.rl.t_M Our tubKrllxM Conner, Sandy Williams, Sam weather on the Channel 20 TV stationon Brown; sixth grade, Nicole Clark and
    Sunday to Wednesday."MikJGoldwireandiM Ot S M...of Uc.l Cev.rg.Plus ., Rodriguez Ibarra Mr. and Mrs. Tom weekends. Last Sunday he seventh, Tracy Bradley.
    j 4 htiBeth Mr. and Mrs: T.R: ',O'BHan and Mr. Win ft.000 Worth.!PriiMPr Mixon, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond trim- featured Hampton Lake with flashing Santa's Shop At School
    I and Mrs. Charles Bryant returned .""lng O.eembes M ''.''' ble and family, Ordy Greenly and lights in presenting the forecast
    of Fort Lauderdale spefrt Thursday to Sunday *fte ::'ij. days'.at Crescent l: Claudine Greenly. During the past two weeks all
    Saturday with' his mother, .Mis.GUbeifGoldwire. Lake. J Nov. 29 Duplicate Bridge: 'Club Successful Thanksgiving Visitors.. students have had the opportunity to
    Bazaar Held
    \ [ \ results were: Mr and Mrs., Charlie ,Donna Terry of Columbus. Ohio, shop for family and friends at Santa's
    ,' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks were In Riddle were first and Myldred Cuttlno December 1 & 2 was among visitors of Mr and Mrs. Secret Shop set up In the room adjoin-

    .THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS Gift,,. ,Atlanta Sunday to Wednesday to and Lillian Stump were second,. '.- .. Members of St. Edward's Catholic James Terry over the Thanksgiving ing the cafeteria. A variety of gifts
    S..t..crip lan la Hi.Tolagraph. celebrate her birthday and buying Church wish to thank all community weekend. are available priced from 10 cents to

    ,.tt. A Chance"_._ to..Win"""-:- ._dzea. .1. Cottage"trip for. their shop "Creative Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and members who assisted In making Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Williams small$6. Children groups have to make visited their the own shop selec-in
    family of Casselberry spent the their Annual Bazaar and
    "'-- 'JJUST' held. .Dec 2 spent Thanksgiving with their
    weekend with his parents,,Mr. and a success. daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. tions from the variety of attractivegift
    Mrs, OUn White.. Winners of prizes were Les Mintonof Gene O'Steen. Among other family items displayed
    This is and is
    I" .'Ii', shop a PTA project
    Raiford. $100 Cash; M'" Griffis of members attending were Mr and
    Mr. and Mrs. WR Green and family Lake Butler handmade child's oak Mrs. Donald Williams, Scott and conducted by Jolene Friese and her

    of Tallahassee were Saturday even-. table and chair set; Ordy Greenly of Denise, of Lake City, Bryan and assistants and Debbie Broome who Vicki
    Ing guests of Mrs. Lex Green.V.:. :: .. Lawtey, $25 cash. Natalie Wood won Camille Williams of Gainesville,Sally Crews Sallye Scoggins have
    with the
    ,J "! """" "',M.J., the Humpty-Dumpty doll' made by. and Tony of Mayo, Mr. and Mrs. Dan- helped gift wrapping c
    Mrs. J.G. Jackson (pent last week- Pauline Oeschger.: : :. : ny Wolfe, Tommy, Brenda and Tahra presents.

    with Mr. and Mrs.' Don. ..., ,,.T.11ey'In'! ; Francis. Jacksonville Field Trip 1\\
    Orange Park. |fl' ,".t''III!,':' ;";,-;.;,1;;::11' Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Connelly spent Cyndee Lawrence and Jean Clark

    UIi.., ,,:. ., the Thanksgiving weekend with their accompanied their kindergarten and
    Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Brunswick, ,I, ." (
    : son and family, Mr. and Mrs Michael first grade students Jacksonville on.
    FOR WOMEN. Ga., spent Sunday to Tuesday of last Connelly, Toye and.Mark of Houston, Dec. 1.They.
    week ,with Mr. ..and Mrs.S.Q. Den} ::t'/i/ i Texas, first visited the
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    ; mark: ,' "C'. .;";''.jjli::1I-n.M'li. ,'I' .' t ll/1, j. ",....+.f1( Mrs/! Dale Harris has returned to tion at St. Vincent's Hospital. The at-
    s '" her home In St. Paul,Minnesota,after
    D.Su. Family tendant there explained procedures
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    '' for admitting patients, informing
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    Of Prim. M The children of the late Mrs:'Annie Hampton Elementary'School parents stay
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    i.," ... DeSue held their annual family reunion News ... 'information.them and were given other pertinent
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    r., Prof. and Mrs. Gerald"Bennett The day began, with church service Report cards went home with miniature medical kits including face
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    > Mrs. Tony Salman;were4 on on the paper slippers and medicine
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    >l,. ;')th' guests of Dr. and Mrs: R.E. Dopson *' Church with Rev. Thomas B. DeSue A-B Honor Roll for the second six measuring cups. Then they were
    t'. '.'L "'7t"f.i their lake home Saturday night for: presiding Elder Borle Hudson was. weeks grading period were: treated to home baked cookies and
    .J Cocktails f i the speaker. First Christina Broome 'TIm
    ;; <, and dinner. Ii grade- orange juice.
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    \ Fuqua.; Sonya Hodges, they saw
    '".,' ,. Jh'; ',Oft) ', ..:: J ," and Mrs: Clarence DeSue;. Mr. and Jones, Steve Lewis, Tracey Me- stuffed animals and other Interesting
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    Cullough, Tina Meng, Kevin Orton. artifacts.
    ,<,', ,. HILtN RLEY BRAWN DIANA NYAQ;!. A.O.R.N.. M."tlnsJ'. :", Jefro Watkins, Mrs. Margaret DeSue. Laurel Sanford, Mark Smith andTerri Accompanying them on the trip
    ,'< "A View from Cosmo': :' 4 ; \" IIfCISf! ( Monday Dec, ;; J2'r :/T; all of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. PaulDeSue Truett., were Debbie Broome, Arbutus
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    .DAYTIME Is cable television exclusively for wdmen I' : grade-Angela Sallye Scoggins, Bryan
    The'Galnesvu 'Area Association cJ Mrs. Thomas DeSue; Mr. and Mrs. ,Morgan Esty, Evelyn Rawcliffe, Clark, Judy Orton and Bill Watson.
    I." From raising chlldr ri toLcohtrolling Budgets;from:' Operating Room Nurses la having\ its Eugene DeSue Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Willie ''Samantha Truman, Corey Van- Peggy Stanwix-Hay took a group of
    recipes to exercise, to interviews you won't see' monthly meeting at the home of Cynthia >, DeSue, all of ; Mr:. and Syckel, Frank Williams) Jm' Wilson her gifted students on this trip. Including
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    ,anywhere elselts$fast-tiace'd:: entertainment' Hayes and Mrs. Charley Scott of Chlefland.
    ; Gainesville Monday/Dec.. J2>at 01Pm. Third.'grade-Sandra Avifes, Sanford. Johnny Johns was the

    / ;{, \1' !Inforn Nord 1rdyrn? .! .. 'y i! !'. ;. ; thelneetigg7'w':! t '" vited After to the the service old family everyone home was site In- ,. Gene Stephanie Birt Tina Cardin Buckallew, Cynthia, Angelina Casner, friendly bus driver for the trip.

    ;I' \, .. -. .:.. .. .. .MerryChristmas Program for <' Dinner: with. where a' Thanksgiving dinner, was,, Crews Kelly: Cribbs, Faye Cruze,
    '\ ";' Hearst/ABC. '.'.t'r" ,I, Baskets of pheer/ItSVP served. (\Approximately 75 friends Donald Dick Tahra Francis, Danielle
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    ... ..o ,. : '. to attend. ark cordially Mrs. Jim Allen of Jacksonville; Mrs. Woodward, Sarah Underwood and
    J.lllie'BeU Mattox and family Elder Kevin Truett
    Ls' Bone Hudson and family, Mr. and, Fourth grade-Mark Crawford, Josh
    j'' Mrs. Jerome Bellamy and son all of Cruze Jessica Fisher Dana Hall,
    CHANNEL 171:00:, J'p.m., : ,.h-\\ :; aJC..maker. 'j' Gainesville;. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Jeoy Hall, Regina Padgett, William
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    Lake Butler recently I sta i j Miner, and, musical'prPfIram readings
    Talent Show Set i ,, friend MaryAnn; Dara '
    i hunter vehicles parked In_. Neivs" Goodson from Leesburgt. .. throughout the program.
    )Hazel
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    Terry second
    ; and on the street at the .itfr>' I q < Carlton, Elaine OrUfls of Starke,Roy Churchat
    phone 782-330* ,, be held at Pine Level Baptist
    Rtverland Music Club Is hosting a Tetstone In Brooker byC.i"Sue"l: )avla Callahan of Melroae; Mr. 'and Mrs Refreshments
    Church Activities... talent show at'the Brooker Elemen- The men were gathered i"'roond a 485-1M4 T.A Carr and children of Rlvervlew.. 2:30 p.m., Dec. U.
    '' phone will be served after both recitals.The
    tary School Thursday Dec. 8, at 7:30: big bonfire looking at IIOMt'thlng,11 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Narkawicz of
    First Baptist Church observed, their p.m. in the school auditorium. This thought Was about a 16-ppint buck lying Lakeland, the Phil Vellenga family, public is Invited to attend.
    regular birthday party at the churchin 'Show will feature a variety of local on the ground nea.:' I wheeled saw fl-polnt buck stretched across the Richard Cro 'fancily and Sue'
    the fellowship hall loud who had a talent Tickets for adults are $3 each around and returned in hopes,of obtaining the hood of a pickup truck downtownthat Da.vla. Friday, the menpa, ked and BBS New! .. ,
    birthday in November The only one and students f 1, a hunter-tale that wouW rock was bagged by Terry Bass went to Bunnell.for a weekend of Brooker Ij: em ntary"* annual PtA
    ,for November was Mrs. Kathy The publics\ urged to attend as this Bradford County and surrounding somewhere out weat of town fishing and gathering shrimp:. ;", Christmas program' will be presented
    Hardee. They bad a special treat for will be not only a worthwhile show to areas Low and behold I had happened Crosby Feast... While the men were away the' Tuesday, Dec.. IS, at 7:30: ,.m.ln the
    this one- Pastor Brown baked a cake .see but all proceeds will go to the upon an old fashioned hog killing. ladles went on a shopping spree. The school auditorium. ,
    and it was enjoyed, by) all. "Piano Fund" which has been That was one of the largest hogs they That old Crosby homestead rang Tony ,Narkawic family spent some This r the chlldren'wlll present
    Refreshments were different kinds of established by the music club to purchase were butchering I had ever seen and with !laughter and fun: as the Hugh, time camping at Klssimm'je before' "Santa'11,Video Voyage. a musicalby
    food cakes and punch. a piano for the Brooker I, in the past, have attended,and Crosbys made preparation to feed approximately returning home.Musical Steve Kupfer chm d and Jay
    Personals... Elementary School. helped with many butchering'".+ '. 36 guest at their homeAlll'ofrithedaHugh Recitals Althouse. Santa will be ,played by
    Set..
    : The club is asking for community While I stood there \watching; three Josh Crawford Mrs. .Claus by
    Mr; and Mrs Earl Denmark of support In this project through dona- men using a chain hoist managed to Crosby, Sr. Mrs. Anita'Countryman, a music Christina Bath;, Cobol b) Shawn
    'Jacksonville spent SUnday'afternoon tions and admissions to the talent lift the hog up on a huge oak tree limb children, their mother Hazel Carlton teacher at the Advent .Church on Baas; Basic,by Larissa Scott;, the
    Nov. 27, with their mother. Mrs. Lola show. The public asked to come en- to complete all the things that take and lots of grandchildren as well as Highway 100, and at Pine Level Baptist first elves by Ginger Adams and
    Carter. Joy an evening of outstanding enter- place after the hair,has been removed great grandchildren were present for Church, ,announces she will beholding Sarah Douglas; the 'children by
    Miss Elizabeth Terry asks pardonfor tainment. Refreshments will be served :? the day. What. feast turkey with all two recitals la December.The Stephanie Galney,,Justin, KendricK,
    not mentioning that Rolph following the show. > ,.i U the trimmings and lots of goodies I first Christmas recital will be, and Billy Ezell. Various elves video
    Fachtmann (Mary 'Julia's husband) Personals... v,1/1/ The guest list was something like held'Saturday' at the Advent Church games toys, reindeer and stars will.
    was a Thanksgiving dinner guest of Hog killing time.... Being fooled by a hog'butch. lng the following: CDR and Mrs. E.F. (west on Hwy. 100 out of Starke) during be played by other students. All
    the Charles Carter family on Thurs- While making a fast trip: over to once was okay but this time for real l J Hilderbrant of Cape Coral,, the Lane the Vesper services at :30( p.m.. classes will participate and the publicis

    !this day.month He will at get Florida his degree State In College college ..... 'Good ons of Lakeland'and their son. Students not taking part in the Invited."mm"mmmm- ,. .. ..
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    Mrs. Wallace Chesser: of Clay Hill
    treated her sister Mrs. Kathy % ,
    Hardee, to a birthday supper' on ,
    Saturday night at Pizza Hut In Starke.
    Mrs. Bill Dobbs; Mrs. Wayne
    Gustafson and girls,Krissy and Anna, '
    Mrs. John Butler, attended the wed- saft ++ A
    ding of Miss Melinda Dobbs and Bill
    Gain at Cedar Creek Baptist. ,Church I' CHECK
    .In Jacksonville Nov. 25.
    Mrs.Ann Andrews of Wildwood met "D B SWINGS' IT OUT...,
    her mother, Mrs. Fred Moore at ft GIII,
    First Baptist Church in Starke on sunday PLAN WITN ONE Ull WI'IOUIC""D'
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    and spent the day with her. ) f, IAVI.CAIII fwir'
    Mrs.Felicia Thomas was a Sunday, I SAve.ON LUXURY BATH PRODUCTS' eATH TOWEL I', ,99"' $329.
    Nov. 27, dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. INCREDIBLE SAVINGS ON FIRST OUAUTY'TOWEL ENSEMBLES, BATH ; HANDTOWaI ;i '.59 '229
    Bill Dobbs. SHEETS AND MATCHING:: RUG, SETS JWAiH CLOTN ,09 149.
    Mrs: Rebel 1 Mctver of Ocata spent a ITS EASV TO-CXSTAIN A FULL SET OF ST.'MARY'S TOWELS.' '-
    few days; last week with her sister, EACH TIME YOU SPEND 55.00 AT OUR STORE YOU'LL GET A FREE SAVER eATH 9HFET 499 1199
    Mrs. Wilma Wainwright.Mrs. CERTIFICATE. (YOU'LL GET TWO CERTIFICATES WITH EACH S1O.OO PURCHASE; 'RLK3er ao
    James Dougherty and sons THREE WITH SI S.OO ETC). WHEN YOU HAVE FILLED YOUR SAVER CARD YOU CAN
    Col- PRICES EFFECTIVE THt1RS."DEC. PURCHASE A ST. MARY'S! LUXURY BATH ITEM AT OUR SPECIAL LOW PRICES!: OR, '.
    Peter and Patrick of Denver, '
    orado,,returned home after spending 8 THRU WED., DEC. 14, 1083. YOU MAY BUY ANY ITEM AT OUR REGULAR LOW PRICES AT ANY TTMB.

    ten days with their parents;;:Col. and
    Mrs. William Wilson.
    Employees of.the Lawtey Post Office HAWAIIAN
    honored retiring Postmaster
    Jeanne Lee with a small dinner,at the BATHROOM t
    Trail Restaurant on Sunday evening, '
    Nov.:27. Mrs. Lee was presented with
    a lovely plaque from the employees.The .
    honoree also received a beautifulred
    rose corsage from the'Raiford
    Postmaster and clerk and other gifts.
    For dessert, the group enjoyed a
    delicious and'beautifully decorated t
    cake with the US Post Off emblem.,
    in traditional colors. ,
    Attending were Hilton and Carolyn
    Lay of Jacksonville; Margie Whetzel q

    of Keystone;, Clenda Shad' and REE.SWEET'1.' ,,, .. .
    Dlynne Pearson, Raiford;' Robert rurRE1I
    Lee, John and Linda Lee, Mildred
    Tye Vicky Jones, and 'James ,and
    Lois Waters. ,
    Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake '
    Worth spent Thanksgiving weekend o.rr t r songs
    with their parents.Mr*and Mrs. Her ; c5v
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    'trucks, new and auto{
    'tires'' with towing business 24 hours
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    them Mrs.in Lila our community Henry of Starke and church.was a Corn Muffin Mix ....418G41 ,Polled Meat ., T..; .. ,...;4/1 FWSHJUICYPER9UN Limes or Lemons 8/1. fcBWPTENOKn Radishes! ,. .. v 19

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    Teston on Nov. 27. / soMrv Gelatins i 411 F.ac.IaI 1 SI 1alsReAue ., ,79, ,AvocackM.21. *1 Rutabagas 19*
    Mr. and Mrs.. Jim McCarley, Jr. Royal w -. .! to
    spent Saturday night with his parents, tsss-w\ ''. r_- .
    Mr. and Mrs.Jim McCarley.Sr.They kted'Sits. SSsV*!**' a fitt* EaIIng : e Lu5Off'r, K-' 1 :' :.:'
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    Mrs. Dave Kelly and family of
    Jacksonville spen the' weekend with
    her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- '-
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    Southside Elementary School News I


    Book Week Activities The students" : were involved In nursery rhymes.::-- '<$'j.'f \to i >and Rabbit, (Stephanie> Agin and Jennifer Character: from'Peter Pan. .
    Excite Students... several activities during the week The most exciting 'ac lv'tywasiwben Keys) from Lewis Carroll's Famous fairy tale characters portrayed classroom news for the second six
    w I 11 ,:of)'celebrating>;: ''Children's'I'Book""Week.'":,\ eachstorybook child dressed as'a favorit e|;i:>.mifc' in Wonderland; Laura Ingalls Included: Cinderella (Sophie weeks tidbits grading period Included. these
    I Friday, Nov 18 was a very exciting 'Some of ( es) included character:.TheTiharacterswere Wilder (Leigh Ann Odom) author of Fanton and Donna Dunlap Qretel :
    day for Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell'faurt" writing .all poems, doing book Introduced by Dan Smith,'school the famous Little Hou. Book; Mark (Mary Coleman), Snow White (Tara These students. made a perfect
    grade Language Arts reports, and librarian. Students then paraded ;Twain's Tom Buck score on every spelling test the past
    class, writing! 'their favorite Sawyer and Finn Dawson); Gingerbread Man (Becky six weeks: Shanda Barnes, Angela
    through the school cafetorlum; the (Brian Hall and Emory Prevatt); Phillips); and Sleeping Beauty (Dana Carter, Wyntriette Chandler Shannon
    primary grade children were eating ,Deer from Marjorie Kinnan Dunlap).
    Hicks and Latara Jackson.
    lunch at the time. They enjoyed,the- Rawling's Yearling. (Steve Bradley); Famous rhyme characters ,
    A-B Honor Roll students
    Kingsley Lake Baptist' Church "Parade of Characters'1*: *. S I.o .111. ,'character from Rudyard Kipling's depicted include: Three Little Kittens Ashley Alday, Renee McCarthy are and:
    The. Parade, included charactersfrom ,Jung! Book, ,(Michael McKinney (Janice Davie, Kelly Ann Dun- Raymond Trimble. Renee ,
    children' classics such as.Alice and ,Captain Hook, (Josh Bula) can and Jane Stanwix-Hay; Old Alan Thornton and Raymond McCarthy Trimbleare

    ."Where everybody li somebody and Jesus Christ Is Lord" ..t.iik;:,,' .1'' Lady Who Lived In a Shoe (Sarah the new Safety Patrol members.
    Looney Little Bo Peep (Richard Library Assistant IK Tori Clark. In
    Sunday Services: 'STARKE : ':f.c\J! Wolf) and the Mouse In .the Clock science, the class studied the solar
    10:00: am.Sunday School, '! (Jason Walker). system and each student created a
    11:00 am. Morning Worship CHURCH OFGoo'K,v FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Famous Folk Hero Paul Crawford model of the sun and its nine planets.
    ,422 N. St. Ctolr-984-5445't was portrayed by Jeremy Some students created replicas of
    6:30 18 W. ft Weldon 964-6971
    : *Church Hwy
    pm Training and Kelley Stewart. Brandee Moodywas
    Walter F. Monti, Pastor''i'' k-'t' Instruments that explore outer space
    7:30 pm-Evening Worship. 7 We Invite to worship'with ufl; Pastor George Watson and Annie Oakley, Jamie Reddingwas and collect factual information about
    Wednesday you .' The Congregation Invites You to Raggedy Andy, and Amanda our neighbors In space. These were
    Attmtaf
    7:30: pm-Mid-Week' Prayer Service 4w.e SchMl . .nurserytueday . Mm Come and Worship With Us I Loper was Sarah Noble. displayed in the school library and enjoyed
    Sunday ached' . . . 10 All Mrs. Stroud's Class News.. by all the school. Mrs. Stroud's,
    Evening WMiNf : : ie III! lIamI"W....., . . 11 AM homeroom won 'the treat for the
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    Greg Douglas. Pastor Located on SR 18 Svfvlcv pni .7PM Mrs. Brenda Stroud's fifth grade* fewest zeroes accumulated this six
    7 WedIIssidar.. YfUllI 7:30: pm WNmseayWsrshir... .7:3 PM weeks.
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    Mrs. Carol Clark's Room...

    Kenya Atkins and Andy Huggins,
    so wow from Mrs. Clark's fourth grade class,
    mm made test.Mrs.A-plus on this week's spelling


    Leach's Class....

    THIS WEEK ONLY From Mrs. Dorothy Leach's third ,1
    grade room: On the A Honor Roll are
    r Crystal Sutton and Erica Pfenniger.On .
    WITH ONLY $>8< lN 1 REGISTER TAPES the B Honor Roll are Amle Griff is.

    '. Sherie Patterson, Alison Price, John
    50 I Ripplinger, Jeffrey Johns,. Vera


    JEWELRY $f 4' 99 G Smith and Michael Rowell.




    'RINGS C. EARRINGS, PENDANTS FROM TO $.19.39 M\

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    FROM THE ALLISON REED COLLECTION: .
    PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., DEC.
    8 THRU. ,WED.. DEC. 14. 1983.' Holiday Foods:
    Traditional Alternatives

    .. ... ,,;. .>. .. by Olann Douglas .
    CORNED BEEFBRISKET Looking for nutritious ideas for holiday
    foods? Here are some suggestions -
    to help you. .
    These tips alter the amount of fat,
    sugar, salt and calories of the tradi-
    wl.ns Fe4Y tional holiday fare while still providing '
    .onus suY ronnr wY Ow'I sursOnUr family and friends with good
    0f eating.

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    POUND Healthful Hintson
    Traditional Tidbits
    The traditional roast turkey is
    nutritious, low-calorie and low-fat.
    Plan to use leftovers to make, it
    economical as well.
    Limit the use of rich sauces on
    vegetables. Serve them plain, with
    herbs or spices or with a minimum of
    fat for added seasoning.

    rOnUrr Try vegetable combinations.These .
    some WY" "'T wY can be colorful as well as lowerin
    + calories than most casseroles. Ex
    amples: Carrots and broccoli green
    beans and mushrooms; English peas

    'and tiny'' onions' .., ,,,. lcaulifloweyr.'tand
    .. .. )Igltsh !oj' i Y
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    t. ; Sweet uaualfy found
    In some form on Southern holiday
    .,::;v CHRCt i .' CHECK ;",, CHECK tables. They are an excellent source
    CuMPAlta' .:;'' )T.rsee! (;.OMPARE. ., THEIII, 'C'OMPA'KI..;, _. TMKSBPRICKS IN THE DELI- BAKERY STORES ONLY of Vitamin A, but are higher in
    PRICka' d I PRICO i. :1 calories than some other vegetables.Try .
    IJMoKm.! PAY BftCB PTUJb, PARTY TRAYS
    serving them baked, mashed
    PANTRY BTYtB or T
    .PorkNeck r Bones *"LII 69 uItsTIDCAII ,. A9- MT/ rI'. ,START YOUR PARTY AT OUR PANTRY in a souffle Instead of in dishes that
    : BOB !- ; ,.; ., ", ..sPANTRY Turkey Franks' .' ':ws89: call for lots of fat and sugar. VI
    U.&DAGIIAACIIA'AMlLY
    PKCL.PRBBM PNYER P5 eUCED .IIIrPClOD '" DELUXE MEAT 4 For cornbread dressing, limit the
    := r.Am@IICBnS! nles ';:s: *1 3d HORMBLaUCeD' ; 'r CHEESE TRAY $29.95 butter or margarine you add. Use t
    I Drumetlckso '. ... o
    ,, \ t f" Pepperoni sA/falioa o .: ..o 9ft SERVES 16-18 homemade, defatted chicken broth instead
    CAROLINA Pena!PURB PORK LAND W LAKESCXXINTMV of canned broth. Limit the salt

    RoHSausage ,.' ., us, '79 Mombig/ Blend" ,. :;' 3 13. Claus3ens Pr QaRATD: ? ,Pickles : B1" .VEGETABLE .$15 95 you Cranberry add. sauce and gelatin

    .'rew,a eeave AXIUt JC6 NIOrI'i' ... GARDEN TRAY salads are both high in sugar. If you
    neAOCO RkoIta Cheese .r.'SiC.' s+LSwvLAno eaxD Ow sleles plan to serve both, serve the gelatin
    MM SERVES 2028
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    Smoked 170
    R#9es '. .as Ya$1sa Sausage A; salad as a dessert.
    KRAPTei CRACKKR BAMRELt MELLOW. I r +, LOOK THRU OUR PLATTER enoCNUaeo0L.PAK Luscious, rich desserts seem to bea
    ..AOEIX READY TO' COOK aware OR EXTRA SHARP .. LVI OUCKBN __ "s$09'' Cheddar Cheese .t.5 sI8 Sliced. Ham ,..,i*. rr r a. .s2_ IMPJ TTRAYe.PMIOERaANONnCNeioioLOer.IBreast all have favorites that are often re-

    Nuggets., wa ._pogo S Ol..TMIMAOKl nOOUNW. U..OUIO..r. OWn1R.r quested. at holiday time, try giving
    .HONfliaU, >10<. UML NOT-I .row nnoaww.ew diners a choice of a lighter one too.
    (Their selection .you at
    the end of a heavy meal I

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    I KING SIZE ROAST Mixed Holiday fruit in a Suggestion pretty crystal bowl I

    can be a very attractive and welcome
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    r rvarpwv addition tothe end of a large meal. fi
    Choose three or four fruits
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    f sonusa.rbr..r (preferably fresh) that differ In color,
    K wYr texture and flavor. Chill and mix
    together and hour or two before the
    i; ..' 36 meaL Try a combination from these:
    COUNT orange or tangerine sections: ,seedless
    grapes, apple, pear or banana slices
    dipped in lemon Juice, grapefruit sec: I Ihtions
    t.i' canned cherries or pineapple
    chunks.'Serve
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    i' swve r4" BAWCO1 r ambrosia, a delightful but
    PANTRY PRIDE 11 PACK, CI1'N.I8H11.1; '802 FROZEN '. oaKOTEX AR4M3UC $ QQ lower calorie Southern tradition.
    I NYQUILCOLD FULL PORK 5
    PAStTYFLAXE or Ji ORANGEJUICE I ,. ,BACH. Try seedless grapes' mixed with [
    t' CLOVERLEAPROLLS< 69 .... "'. .i2/l ) Jar' $ plain yogurt. Chill for at least two
    : ( f 299' WITH j PMT I XM>BKAMai
    fiB ; .' : r MEDc CCII'1))E r SLAB t PMT CCHJH, ttLAW .'JJ7FAFSH hours.Top with brown sugar (regularor
    ., liquid). This is an .elegant easy
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    .: 1 TAMPONS ': .26 '
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    Bulling: oft a fourth quarter win creased i it| to 34-19. by \\be.end of the Us Thomas was next thirdnperioodnthee;
    over Orange Park Tuesday night the first half By the end of the
    Torndo Cagera remain undefeated' Tornadoes had increased their lead to
    two games Into the season. i 19 points, 45-26. Then In the fourth,
    Bradford rallied for 25 points In the Bradford-53 Unlon-43 quarter Lake-Butler rallied and out
    fourth quarter to overcome a '37-31 <. Bradford had to send the starters scored BHS 22-8 to close the ,game to
    lead by Orange Park w- 8.-N' \( '/'' 'kt L'
    back' In for the fourth period '
    play"when '
    I Last Friday: night the Tornadoes the Tigers closed a 111 ,point BUS:hit a fair(7 pecceni'from ",
    edged 53-48 over visiting Lake ButlerIn deflceit in the third quarter to within floor, but had a slow night In free.
    f I the season opener for both teams. five points by the end of the throws with 9-oM5. Union hit 50 percent
    v'wfn r Friday night the Tornadoes will "We almost let this.siip by game." commented .! of the free throws. w%!\ -oM2, ,
    host Macclenny then Tuesday travelto Sexton. ,
    Clay High in Green Cove. Junior ,
    f Daren Chandler led the Tornadoes

    rw .SS M ? J2 t ?. r 'Vs 1t5Ci1;$ varsity'Vanity at games* p.m.start.at. ":30 and the Robert In scoring Bellamy with 22 with points n and followed Herblo by Statistics ."

    Cooper with It. ,
    Bradford-53 Orange rlJl'k..t"j''[ BITS went) through the moat of the Sore by Quarter; ]';
    BHS was behind most of' game with a comfortable lead. By the IMS 17. .U I* -t1 M
    before the last quarter spurt. John end of the first period BHS had taken' UHS """7'' '-, 7 \* i II.A4' *
    David Francis made all nine of.his a 17-7 !ead and, pythe, hal;-was ahead '
    + points In the last period. //I&.lt. :T I. BUs..eI.'in: .; s-i-ltv Prune)*'< .--:t.
    Daren.Chandler was leading scorer "We !had then under control until Norman (-0-U. f hondlw 1-0-13. Cooper.
    for the Tornadoes with 18 ,points they got- hot In-the fqurth quarter" 0-1.1l..and, -hnf41n 1.2..r.1eb. 2f-tq.
    followed br feeble Cooper with 12. .says xton. "We had cleared the ; : ,""
    Clifford Bellamy wan leading scorer bench, but'J had to send my starters} UH&-T.. JOIMI 011. J.m.,' Johnson
    for Orange Park with 18 point back In the game to wln.'t1 :2-B-4, Curtis Thorn* J-S-t. Timmy
    The Raiders took an early 9-6 lead Leading scorer for the Tigers was Jackson 1-J-4.. Allan Jon. 1-0-J.; Johnny
    at the endof the first period and in Johnny Alexander)with 28 points.Cur- Al.x.n4.r ,..-.))1.. TofeU 21-a-2s.

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    Bradford Cowboy Jr. .Midgets... i.,...." I
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    This Is the 1981 Bradford Jr. Midget team. They won Harold Chandler Clint Reed Chris DblldD .'Wendell:.' 42-30 '
    the Florida Bowl last Saturday' with a 13-7 win over Hudson. Klmba Wood. Greg Plumes Coaches- Willie. Wres hers Fall to Vanguard 1
    Alachua. Brown. Joe Cordon, and Ruddy Hudson. ,>T s,.v
    Not shown JM the picture are Willis Chandler* Tray '
    They are from left-lo-rlght: Front Row-Lenrlco Aaron. Clarence Detue Dens Dever Keith Ilolloway Bradford High wrestlers narrowly; Other Bradford wrestlers were Dan Eal lde., Wrestling will start at 8
    Williams Cam Ward. Hamilton.Bradley Qllhousen .and Thomas Condone. ,, dropped their first' match 43-96 to Duffy, Brad Russell,.Pill Robertson: ;; p.m..: This will-also be friends and,
    Chris Harris Truman Strong Jr.: Second Row-Victor The large trophy In front Is from the Florida Rowland'.\ visiting Ocala Vanguard Tuesday Ted Bresee and Andy Roach. supporter* night. The Bradford I
    Cruger Stacy Jenkins Chris Durban. Terry Berry. the smaller trophy Is from winning tee Blue Bowl In night in .the season, opener for both Next competition for the Tornadoes wrestler with the moat friends andlupporters
    Pedro Carter, Frank 11111; Third Row-Eugene Byle, Jacksonville_ r :,r:.";' teams. will be tonight at home against wil) receive an award.

    r 1 A crowd of over 350 people,on of the wA
    ; best attendance records for BHS<

    I Jr. Midgets Win. 'Florida, ,' Bowl :13-Z; tor wrestling" the re-birthday cheered!" the of BUS,Tornado. -' ,squad"

    Bradford Cowboy's 'Jr.- Midget four 'minutes left In the :: with, 20 and Aaron :'.,,,. "I .am overwhelmed! with the'
    Troy
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    tarter : response had from the school and I
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    team came from behind 7-0 at the halfto halfback Harold Chandler bit rushing., .
    over-power Alachua Eiolders{ 13-7 In for a 40 yard touchdown pass for the Leading tacklers for, the" .Cowboys- Community.''Those;250 people soundedlike ,I V
    10,000.. commented B.HS wrestling
    the Florida Bowl In Gainesville last lead taking score. .
    were Williams '
    Lenrlco with 11, Clint ::: Ezra ,
    'Popch Simpkina
    Friday. Pointed out as outstanding often-' Reed with 9, and Chandler with \ ; .
    The Cowboy's second half scores live players were Pittman with 240 Durban with five .Wlndell Hudson eighU "We are'all psyched and I think
    came on a 60 yard touchdown pass yards passing and 20 yard rushing! with 7, and Carter, .with '-O.s. BUT: everyone bad a good experience. I
    from quarterback Greg Pittman to Chandler with 99 yards,ruling 40 Hamilton made six individual tackle hope wean keep the enthusiasm and
    Pedro Carter. Then with leas than passing, and 140 receiving, C. Dcauf! including one quarterback. ,sackf. Interest! .growing' alit year"noted Simpklnsvl -'
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    I Female Athletics to be- 'Treated- 'Equal!!, at goals years Bradford for of the;coaching season and brings Is experience w with build hime the pro-His is

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    There will be equal opportunity In Four other items brought up during adoption of a coaching "' area fur/ the sport. '
    Bradford High sports after a four day the investigation will be supplemented salary schedule baaed IUppl1i'r !' "'''The! team effort was excellent.. We
    Investigation by a representativefrom this school year: salary schedule'. for, ; I'TitUl' ( improve 100 percent on technique
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    the U.S. Office of ClvllllghtsOCR ttfiiti'Mim'' *' i y ijo .panel skill.the season goes on and we
    ( ) In Atlanta. -. ;, 'w",:"H s U -Two tt$t r V uniforms# win be put- 'I..y sM.r y'f. Wt.F .. 1ht ..,..,will continq u t.intensity and toe,will>
    ". TJJ. invesUgatiofwb'1ltr th chased for the girl's basketball tewni. ,;!' Cct. !p-The boMr. t)will AlapoJlai, ...,. y.1'aometat.HVlnupsrs' -.' t" om,. ( xruAla) If.' tr'hhi.firr ;+a ,n,2 32 1'xrt'- JA.T iQJ IT N
    department of the
    Office of Equal Op- One of the items on the complaint was 'annually ;'support'' ,n -nhaue j 1ft ; .i
    portunity was sparked by a complaintsent the fact that the boy's team had warm sports that must be provide t&sffm<< ,. Jails won six of the 13 weight dlvU i .. .
    In by BHS girl's basketball coach up suits and two seta of uniforms. and, (tennis, volleyball close .country ',"'alone five of which were won oy pins. { uP1'r:
    Gayle Lee. the girl's team didn't. track and Softball), These funds wi{ It The other was won on a forfiet. 'C !: in: '_' ;r
    On orders by ]acting director of the be monitored by student serylc. (Bradford's strong points are In the 2ljp
    OCR Archie B. Meyer, Sr., acting on The board will appropriate auffi- director- high school. ,principal$, ,.a mailer'and larger weight divisions,
    authority of Title IV of the 1964 U.S. dent funds to bring athletics for girlsto athetic director;:, with problems in the middle weights. 4 !EQt.For$6.SUMMER.
    Civil Rights Act the Bradford School appropriate level of funding In. Winner for Bradford are listed in Can
    Board was forced to respond with major cluding tennis track, cross country Usage restrictions7 b- placed<{ their weight divisions 100-Brad
    changes in the structure: of girl's and volleyball. on the Westaide Complex la Include on Green;. loo-Chuck' Coburri 119-Tlmi i I -
    athletics in the' Bradford school Funds In the past have come mostly varsity Softball physical education,,,.!1 i,Nugent'- ',128-Tony Williams' SAVINGS
    system. Supt. Tom Casey prepared a from profits of the boy's football program and city recreational usage. 220-Robble Boone, and heavy-weight'I'

    letter recommendations promising to of conform the civil with rights the High ,sports.the money Now maker the school of Bradford board Don.Thornton. I :Use these c qpons'9ne at a time or all at once,

    Investigator 'and the school board must budget funds! for- these girl's} Either bray'yoy'II get four delicious meals for

    quickly meeting.One .approved it at a recent sports. Get a' $4G tratto. on a new 'only $6.00. ,
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    immediate response was a $400 eU enough players out. the
    Softball increase in the girl's basketball and board will approriate are funds for a r,(H Itiit.. llsltlliZOCUP.THf3; COUPON {IBOJBmUBBI!' !" ,
    coaches '
    salary
    supplements varsity girl's Softball program I tender fi'sl flllpts ..
    junior
    Two '
    making them equal to to that of the o .- : .1'FISHc..o'FRIES: : .
    boys baseball and basketball coaches. ,: Poij4nSuper I II I natural cut french'friespuppies.
    The board was also ordered to Action will be taken to' bring II I 'FOR '
    and: 2. southern shlal4 1
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    develop a supplemental salary Westslde ball park up to standards for Saw I ; 50' < :
    schedule equal for all ONLYN ,,' .
    levels of vanity .competition. Presently 'the I : ", ; :
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    coaching assignments baaed on a facilities are in condition due to .Of'ere."I.iI2l31l83' ;
    poor ...
    percentage of base salary for major city and Pop Warner football use '4'> Wheny U- II Not goocr; win) ary pmor ipwiat' ... !'aI"a ; :7'1'
    and minor sports. That schedule will At present no other Softball field In' .1 i' IS '
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    I include > ''
    a provision for Increase In Parx n +0et
    the the of li.
    supplements city fits standard varsity .1'j . 'r, .. "." ., ,
    basis. '
    on a yearly '
    One thing the Investigator did agree competition, ,> -n 'j'jI IIIIIII-! ..., 1R, IiM, lII CUP,TNN OOiIFQ! l'lIJIIIII{ rl l ,,-1.

    determination to for Bradford of High the Florida to go by High the Items that the board will address,' I ;FISUaIRlES;! :' Jwoten ffI8 )tI''& ,:) s st \
    during school '
    School Athletic Association as to what the, 1984-83 year:r ''I'f.are. ? I ', "naturat out Jrencn! frl'*! "'
    constitutes a major and a minor Institution, by the board' of' the I i' FOR' c ,qnd,2southernsty0h'ush| J
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    paper fun t I.when Eaton.the Choose'letter f "I... ."Him In your old way of cuS,*" your saw lxe. ,-; 'I ''''' i ,"tat! ptgernonlvosn9loW.'R'.I'/. .I gtlgtit..,,"' IilaMly'II. "

    your, whimsical gift papers' des'from ns.,, ?even most pocketknife advanced chalnsaws-lor 4 Of ib Owo, aUtorntic.Of Ppulaq'e ? -I iI I'I II lllM..tigi .tir.. ..cuP tHII' OUPON..'......'

    .'classic papers, tailored. .piling' and electronic igniUattl'.r' hr>sdwd. I :FISH' fRIES'' TwotehderHst1fil/eta/ ;,

    ''.'We have a personalitv-' And h; lot/ / rfleceivB ate I .. Id; ,. '. 'natural: otiffreh'cryfrles-, ,

    everyone perfect on voujr pap.gifj"r[ist.for1. 1. r 0. $a89.Si3 IWVK ;-;l'f d tJ+ain ACTUR for aft, cucen t tmodal 1 FOR, AM K and; 2 southern}' style. hush', ",,'j

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    Papers combine beauty 249 eMlp! dMA8v 1 4 Alkw 4 Q ,ra :
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    Third Phase of,,. Dove Season Opens Saturday' r9 ',' ',.v.4 --- r4HOLIDAY ,

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    dove season wU begin limit.Is reached when the value"'bag 1 100 'p o bees en r ,. ,, ks, 25 points.-. ; (. a' .. '
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    black duck Florida ;
    duck wood cI
    this Saturday, Dec. ; ; .
    10 and run, of the,last duck taken, when added to .
    hooded Cools
    through January 2. merganser, 70 point;, Drake "signed
    the of the point
    sum values
    point of othet'duck
    mallard bufflehead v lu daily beg
    ring-necked
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    ruddy"
    Shooting hoard are one-hall hour already taken that day equalsor limit for coots Is
    before sunrise to sunset. Daily baa .exceeds 100 point. goldeneye, 29: points; Pintail, _5. Brant and goose hunting is not
    Is birds fallowed In Florida. I
    limit U Including
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    than fOUl!' whlto-winged! doves 0 '. ,,,.', waup' blue-winged and green{ Ji ngeb '
    Second phase of the duck and coot\ "' Point, value" of. teal, gadwal}, ,*hj>v !er> ywMgeon.\ ::1.Hunter should be certain to check I HIGHLIGHTS

    season bens Dec. and ends Jan. 18. ", ho ore one-hair hour merganser and all sea duck,. 10 II In all gauge shotguns when nun-
    ,. ; ful I"">"," "o ducks point; all other species and *i>xrn of. tJ.ne ducks Li the northeast region. "
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    I Weather,. Fish Attractors Improve Local, Fitliiiiff ,lollurJ's.QuuliIY .

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    Fall weather and fish attractors In ;"Fish attractors have proven 'extremely of black crappie ((speckled perch) and tor," noted Krummrich.; .

    area lakes ate spelling success for beneficial to fishermen In some sunshine bass,"' notes Krum; The attractors consist of tree- limbs
    local fishermen.: Ocean Pond and Lochloosa '+" "''', tied
    Newnans, mrlch. together and weighted to the lake
    Flab attractors, set 'out by the lakes," says Jerry Krummrich, Fishermen utilizing fish attractorsin bottom by concrete blocks. '
    Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission fisheries biologist for the Commis. Ocean Pond have reported ex- Each attractor is clearly marked 1ea *

    are lit the following local lakes- sion's northeast region. cellent catches of sunshine bass,With by Coast Guard approved floating '
    Little Lochloosa, Lochloosa, "On a recent days, forty-one boats some fish weighing I in the.eightpoundThese ,buoy. The bouys are colored white,
    Newnans, Ocean Pond, Crosby, Little were observed fishing over or near an black and orange and have a Game
    Santa Fe, Santa Fe,. and Sampson attractor in Newnans Lake. These These fish were caught onJ1)Hive and Fresh 'Water Fish Commission -f-

    Lakes. fishermen were taking good numbers shiners fished just above the attrao emblem on them ;

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    BOARD. Starke. Florida Bradford: .Countyj ,attorney- who. name and make a r.commen:
    I Legal NoticesNOTICE will hold a PUBLIC Florida: and address Is: Win, A. dation to the Board of
    MEETING en proposed EM of SEVi.ot NW/4 of!''.......*.,!!Il. Esquire. BES- County Commissioners
    .. addition to SCHOOL SW'A. Section 2"J SENT .MOODY' atSALV.4AN and the Board will( consider "

    ween 11:00: a.m. and IN THE CIRCUIT RULE No. 60..3.012. Township S South, Range, ,403 West on Monday
    '7,00; p.m. on the 29th day COURTFOttBRADFORD Teaching Experience for 22 Eatt; which lies'South' Georgla'S".t; P.O. Box January 9, 1984 at the
    NOTICE I I. hereby of DKember.1983. COUNTY, Salary Purposes; and on, of a County graded rood 1036 Starke, Florida Commissioners. Room of + ab'IIS
    given, that'' on. Monday GILBERT S. BROWN, FLORIDA proposed addition to has .been filed againstyou 32091 and file the the Bradford County 'Sr
    December. 12. 1983 at AS CLERK CIVIL DIVISION SCHOOL ,BOARD -RULE and you are required original with the elf rk of Courthouse, Starke,
    10:00 o'clock A.M., the OF SAID COURT CASE NO. 83-371 Na.6O..3.06.C..tlllcotlon. to serve a copy of your the above-styled court Florida at 10:00: A.M. an ,.
    undersigned. Cater .By: Beulah Moody'Deputy .i I written defenses. (If any. on or before January Ordinance relating to:
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    Freightways, Inc. will Clerk. ARTHUR SHULZ, This Public Hearingwill Jolt on RIC"A .EiWElTYWplolmUr -' Sm, A.D. 1784! otherwise Th. rezoning of the
    Mil at public auction for 12/01 4tchg.12/22 HAROLDBISHOP.il! be held December attorney, a ludgement may following described property '
    cash al 2173 Com and 19. 1983. at 7 p.m. In the whose address Is Post. be entered against you and amending the s 1a
    'monweolth Ave., IN THE CIRCUIT LILLIAN BIHOfOo.r'oltl" School Board Room of Office Box,,99S? Starke, far the relief demanded Comprehensive Land
    Jacksonville, Florida COURT OF FLORIDA ., the Bradford County Florida on or before 9",W the complaint or petl- Us. Plan to provide that .
    EIGHTH JUDICIAL : ; School' Administration January 1984; and tile land currently zoned OR : Hand .Xl.ule
    on. let of chair, consign; ".. 'tlon.WITNESS, ZIM-24: % Lead Crystal .
    ... to Marilyn Jr-Green. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR. JOHN t3. Ofllcas, 582 North Temple the orlgl"al'whit' the; my hand and| and designated by the Covered Butter DlMh. 7". In l'-nniiik. I .-."
    Gainesville, Florida; BRADFORD COUNTY REHKUGLER. Avenue, Starke. clerk of this court either,the sealof said Court on plan a* Agriculture, ba la height. Boxed. .
    ,One lot of ,Trash aoucon.lgnod -. FLORIDA Defendant, Florida. before service on' plalny December 6th,, A.D. rezoned to I. and .
    to '
    CoseNo.B3r4S6-CA Additions Board GILBERT S. BROWN of RONNIE C.
    to medietelytheteafterroth.rwiss ) property .
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    Mart Delroy NOTICE OF SALE
    Beach Florida to satisfy -\ Rules No. 6Gx4-3: and a.default will y..I A.Clerk of Sold Court DAVIS described as -cs' q2: ). r0b"tab
    ,freight and storagecharges IN THE MATTER OF NOTICE ,Is ,hereby ,No. 6GK4-306 may be ba entered ,against you], BY: Marian McRoe .follows: the East Five<9)'acre ) 'l\ee.e.' ..
    under the provision THE ADOPTION QFv given that pursuant to obtained from thoSupelnlend.nt' for the relied demanded,.I As Deputy Clerk '; *., of ten (10)) acreparcel tSt. ."e )\\\1\
    ANDREW COREY Office 12/08 4tchg 12/29 of I1S4 (9" ..\
    of Section 4b( ) of the Final' Judgemententered In the complaint. out parcel : .
    Uniform Standard Bill of BEMENT .In case number. at 982 North Tempi.Avsnue ./WITNESS$ my hand and located one mile Northof ...'1\ \\"c(1" :. e'i .
    NOTICE c:
    ; Stark., Florida. the seal. of this Court on Lawtey off the Eastside ,. 'iI"
    Lading. B3371 In the Circuit f'. -
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    Gotor Frelgblways' Inc.Carrier1. NOTlCI OF ACTION. : Court or Bradford County This Is In Compliancewith December 6, 1983. REZONING of Hwy. ;301 In Section ': .".
    v FOR 'b \
    : ) Florida Statutes, GILBERT S. BKOWN j 13 Township S t
    j 12/01 : To: JOSS! RAUL BRAVO, ; Florida I situated will sell the Chapter 120.'" as As Clerk of the Court it,. AND AMENDMENT South Range 22 East and / Y-
    2tchl12/OS property In
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    '. 137J? Welt .HialeahFlorida 31st_Street, Bradford enacted by the 1974 By, Beulah Moody OF THE requesting Special Exception I
    '1IN+ THE CIRCUIT':, : 33012. Florida described CountY asi _! Florida legislature. Deputy Clerkt2OB4tchg1229 LAND USE PLAN No.1'|in I

    COURT FOR' YOU ARE HEREBY LOTS 35, 36 and 37, of Thomas L.Casey, Jr.Sup.rinlsnd.nt Classification, for storageof I.
    r'. An ORDINANCE amending
    NOTIFIED of wrecked vehicles,
    IRADFOIIDCOUNTY. that on action ROLLING' ACRES .
    FLORIDA for the adoption of ANDREW unrecorded plat of land an Bradford County Sc"I.12I0821chgI215" ITf-** I i' the Use ComprehensiveLand Plan r El.m.nt' sale 'of 'same: and

    .CIVIl DIVISION COREY I BEMENT located In SVk of NE'/" of and BadlordCounty staragei i
    : CASE NO. 82-413 has been filed< againstyou IN THE CIRCUIT/ Map by You are further given
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    NOTICE that ol
    ,. and you are required South. Range 21 lent ""'\" ,COURT OF FLORIDA, a copy
    : with the localGovernment
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    STEPHEN L. BECKWITH to serve a copy of your Bradford County, : EIGHTH JUDICIAL said proposed OR. _
    fond written defenses. If any .IN THE!CIRCUIT .' CIRCUIT; IN AND FOR : ComrpreheHilv ; DINANCE available for
    Florida,
    .as mar particularly '" PtahnlngAct. .
    'la itenth.PetItloners COURT FOR BRADFORD COUNTY: your Inspection at the office
    VIRGINIA O BECKW ITHr described as In ,r" : for
    In
    of 197S provided
    as
    attorney, 'whose name'and IRADFOItOCOUNTY.RORIDA'. 1 FLORIDA of the Director of
    Plaintiffs ., that Certain Warranty : )63 af the. .
    ". K address 1st WM. A. Deed recorded .In O.R. Clvtl Department ChaPfOfl\\" Zoning and Planning City
    FERMWSANT05and ., BESSENT( |111, ESQUIRE, Book ISO, CIVIL DIVISION" 't. CAS NO! 83457CAft "' otugn.iOiFlfl '.1 Hall. Thompson ,
    ." BESSENTMOODY 210j at. page CASE NO.IJ.488'. : ', ''.ry ''ft 1"iIN .Street,.Starke. Florida. .
    EDITH 5A"IT9 'z:: :. publlc'- of Bradford Clrtlilin'Toxpayers 1t I IIJQ
    SAMA14,, ylyU s..t .. 7 WE MATTER OPU( > In Each and every person .
    103.y ,. '
    Florida.
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    Georgia ttreet.F, *ox,I at'public', sale,1, : to/tha' ERNEST JACKSON tmflU 'nib AOCPIOf' * 'NemaI"" "' andmfIt......"RtglsiS Y'Ofdd.Mf at ,MgGL ACA ,, is GOMrI r ;u- Jt.t qge-w"" ,' ....nQtI!. ,,"r"n rh n r ,,,0111.. .+w. r .1W 'M .I'
    .3201: ,, the Plaintiffs 'fl1OMrSONoIICtIi..1h[ : 1IIIItIIQ.-"i' V .. at the .front door.of,Jh*, : YoJ.c i: should
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    NOTICE I Is nereoynWvew v original with the cl.it'ofthe Bradford (.County Courthouse .w., ''I'' iu < it'.1: .. l 11 hOlt.ithgillelf ,ORDINANCE op- :35llvrrpluled, A Crystal Double
    :t. that ,,.,'OUd) above.styled court an"' In Starke. IDA POWERS NOTICE OF ACTION'. 'Ii iIotlc4r' 'led accor.with pear and be heard at the' l're erilude In .:11"""' ''. includes
    Final Judgement or before December. Florida. between 11:00' and others. ) () sands Florida lime.and place prescribBOARD Two Siherpluled 1-udlrn. 7'." In
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    and Ninth' J'flit At.U".11Mw., /" will' Hunters should register at the Out
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    Ring' IIIH tKket are IJ aid afternoon should contact If yea gel a .large racked buck 7 tn
    "ftouli....seal. will be 14.Tfeket are Caaantfra at rise Starke Recreation freeze the head and take It to the
    available! atha Bradford. High, Department, Outfitters as soon as possible,
    khmil' efffce and Mewver. Mad. ties IJ tl'lIng' will tHt after school and Measurements will *be taken and fit
    In mark' Th"y .11I.IM. be Bald Ike' will' coat 1.79 tier session. recorded.
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    Members of the Bradford All honored Thursday night Deo. IS at facilities by the Corps of Engineers.
    Sports Club will meat'at the Western the annual' football banquet. At Rodman Park on, Lake R Sj r tan M
    The affair. will be at the Stark
    Steer Monday night Ocklawaha near Palatka a( trailer
    The meeting will begin at 7a0pm : Coif and Country Club and starts t 7 dump station has been added and the
    and anyone Interested In Brad p.m.. bathroom facilities have boon'up'
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    for non-members of the QuarterbackClub at the camp site .la $4. '" .- ;
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    Anyone) .Interested. In attended recreational areas contains a picnic
    Itec. Dept. LookingFor should contact Bradford coaches. at table and cooking grill. The parks
    IJI1 Teams... M4470 BIIS rield Mouse). are open every day from 5 II.tn' to 10 Tough Pressure...,.
    p.m.,and campers are limited to 14.
    teams Interested lit participatingIn days camping In{ the area ,! This Bradford player la under pressure hem Ocala day night with K 3J-H win Ayer Macclenjy. Ne*| action f
    Out Stark Recreation IJf! ar&- Lake Butler The Land and Water Conservation ,Forest player during the game last Mw> Uy night, lor the. girls ie.m will he next Tkwr dM *,tae" rile.
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    d ed up for the program,and more arc .a Christmas Tournament Thursdayand Is. used In the operation I sand,
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    K['..Ud 1jc there are Just one or two visited area stores this past week; where) lower this season. >You can got good duals Own shop around. ;daysla.t Christmas and it just about killed me." 1'
    ''rg; ownen and managers report rising eurg.CIf sales during the holiday aeasottj: At ToG."Vdt1 Stark 4 (Store.Manager Charles Smith says his 'store'6business Over in Keystone Heights, Ducky's:. Clothing Store Manager Roberta Dodd
    t 1 fly('p. Most merchants tnterVJe d said safes ,ar# running much heavier ,this Is,"way: up':compared to last year butsays the item he could sell the 'says business is booming. _
    ", .. Christmas season compared to last year, when recessionary !economy put most /la the only one be can't get Cabbage Patch Dolls. 'The economy Is up and people here are spending more." Dodd said.
    ';'> the damper on.thekind of}spending{ sprees that bring a gleam to the:!eyes of ,The pop arCabbage Patch dolls, wlthitheii' pudgy, computer-designed "Parents are doing winter shopping for their children and we've noticed in the t
    .....', faces, have caused neat?riots in some larg&depanment: stores in other cities last couple of weeks that they re buying lots of Items for gifts."
    '" ',1 !'My husband was out of work last year at this time and now he's got his Job' but people have. just, about. stopped. asking for them here in Starke according Sportswear, blouses, coordinated outfits and a special Christmas ornament
    ', 'back, so yes we're going to be spending a bit more on Christmas this year"* to Sm thl display are the hottest selling items right now, according to Dodd.
    .-said' Mrs. Amanda Givens a* she stood outside the Sean catalogue re in' ;"We rail out of those things sometime 14 September,'" Smith said with a At the Eagle Department Store In Keystone Manager. Sandra Camels says
    "' Starke."l don't know how many other people have been in the same situation chuckle. "We might all be millionaln right now if we could find some more of business "very good".
    ;',?: :: that we have, but It makes .reaI brig difference In how YOQ plan )() jrshop. ., ,those dolls to put on the shelves. That was some phenomenon, but sometimes "We're selling lots of adults clothes and electronic equipment like stereos
    -jM;;1 ping. My kids are as happy be." *-? '. .' one particular item,will catch qn around[Christmas! season and sell.out.quickly and tape recorders" Camels said. "Children haven't started doing their
    :f'tr;,,;&1>-, Inside the Sears Catalogue! store,Manager,Harold !Bishop,say his business:; lie that". 'n I 'r 'Christmas shopping yet but we're, seeing plenty of parents.""
    .. ht wtly up '. .Smith said his stoats business is up over last year: Two gift shops, Diana's Originals specializing In jewelry, and the Promise
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    .'l8peclany In the last two weeks" Bishop said."*fW*'* .t_ big? ticket items like microwave ovens,washers_ dryers and other ap-. sporting goods and lots and lots of toys," good luck with a popular new now line are of enamal jewelry and we're also having
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    year so we expect to Hooded under by next week and the week after that."' bigger Christmas this year though we have a bit more to spend and good
    Many merchants say their business Is about normal but ,most expect the. big I prices are pretty easy to find right now, especially here and in Gainesville." '"We've been very encouraged this Christmas season especially since we're
    .,, crunch: to come within the next week; shopping.. .,, ," Over in Lake; Butler Western Auto Store Manager Delores Bestoso says her a relativly new business" says Promise Shop co-owner Donna Waite. "We're
    .,"We've been busy but not too much more than last'7eaisaid Stumps business is up as well. seeing a lot of young people shopping for items along with our older
    :L Department: Store Assistant Manager Evelyn Womack:, really think '-"Business is good better than last year," Seabed reports;"People are being'a customers." ,
    ,. '?-''I of any one thing that selling right now people are buying a variety of things. at ( little more selective this year and picking choosing more but they're After last year's recession, the mood herein the three county area seems
    r ,all different prices. Vie expect It to be picking up this week and nxt/:: purchasing more items and more expensive Items at that We're just beginn- definlntly up-beat as they head into the last -shopping, days before

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    e BCT Staff WriterIs after the are second perhaps conviction sot aware that for they"Until are not Juveniles placed In are detention found,'guilty said stolen At least merchandise.two merchants have hired Brighten Your Holidays' with ,a. \ ,

    shoplifting a necessary evil or shoplifting the offense becomes a Kefly. "Youth Services realty private :security agency to 'police'
    can it be eliminated? felony-petit theft where the punish more leeway in regard to punish their businesses.Several arrests have Highlight In Your Hair! 'I :;
    It Is on the rise,definitely not on the ment la more severe. ment, but they have to be found guil resulted from the security people at ". ..;
    decrease, according to manager of One of the Starke merchants said ty." Winn Dixie and E erd's. '
    } the Starke Family Dollar Store his problem is with juveniles who According to this same imamchant Another local merchant says Frosting' ,or Highlight . 20
    S (FDS),Jack Fagan. shoplift they are turned over to the shoplifting Is a serious problem and shoplifting is definitely going on but ,
    ., "..'. a major problem with all juveniles authorities but continue to he thinks the paying customer could they try to keep enough sales personalon FREE'Cut with Special}
    , retailers, here In thia Starke store we shoplift. A case in point was a minor help stop shoplifting by reporting duty in the,store to eliminate,the
    waste an average of four or five hours who had been caught eight times but anyone they see. After all the paving! "'temptation,' Ad Good thru Dec: mF-ef14. 1963,
    c each week trying to catch
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    shoplifters, said Fagan. "Then
    you recalled to give a deposition and
    5633 eventually you may be called to -
    testify at the trial which takes up even
    more of your time." '
    Many retailers said that if they felt
    something was being accomplishedthey : -
    would gladly give the extra time
    but ask what incentive thay have toa
    try to stop shoplifting when the defendant
    is released on bond In 24 hours tor"
    perhaps return to the same store to 's ,
    ,.. steal again.
    The average citizen must become Green 'iiovet Springs Keystone Heights
    aware of the situation in order for a
    -+ tightening of the law said Fagan.
    "Until legislators and law enforcement
    form a mature attitude concerning arrt CANES
    shoplifting or retail theft nothing ;' ? CANDY 35 Minature
    b' will be done?' said Jo'agan.IOU the .
    judges are not going to enforce Boxed
    sentencing, I think we need new o PASSWORD PLUS YAHTZEE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS.
    judges.And if the state attorney is not .
    going to put 'teeth' into this prosecu- BLOCKBUSTERS
    tion 1 think we need a new state at-.
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    A case in point was the arrest of two
    Gainesville women last August. Arrested I I
    at the FDS for shoplifting were 2.44Brach's
    Jeannie Davis 25, and Barbara Gad- -c. rrro I
    son Carroll 26. The store manager 88'Ir .
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    clothes under their dresses. The \
    women were arrested by Lt. Lane '
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    Sibley and while enroute to the police I3 :**:?: ':: : FANCY ,GARLAND :
    Values to 10.99
    department the women stuffed three ", '
    items of clothing under the seat of the CHOCOLATE. COVERED Assorted, Colors,
    patrol car.Davis ? '
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    after they each posted $1,000 surety .' .
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    arrested In Gainesville after they tooka
    television from the Wal-Mart.on .TELLATALEYour : '

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    placed on court probation and must Choice
    complete 50 hours of community ser CHRISTMAS
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    Salvation Army. ORNAMENTS, .
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    This past week in Bradford County '
    Court at Motion and Docket Day the COLORS : : 12 Pack

    following petit theft received defendants final charged disposition.with' lus Brush '> i ;.:{ Ml L M I

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    Salvation Army probation must .7 \
    violate no laws, must complete 50 Eveready 25 HOLIDAY BOWS (
    hours community service work.and j .....
    pay $25 court costs. Nontoxic t .0BATTERIES"
    Fuller Reid arrested September M"
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    he was placed on court probation or' "D"
    for six months must violate no, Assorted Colors
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    Vcrnell Elaine Hampton 24, arrested 'Your ., I

    baby stroller September from 30 TGYr after sure withdrewher took a Choice 2. 881 '; Jumbo 8 Foot 'SANTA' C_ CANDLES I,.

    not-guilty plea, pled no-contest ChRISTMAS' : STOCKING j + '
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    complete 50 hours community work Re ular 3.98: I,. Toy; Filled
    under supervision of the Salvation Army
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    Mary Alice'' DeSue arrested for ARTIFICIAL FINGERNAILS ,.
    No Purchase ,
    j retail theft was placed on six months : Necessary .99
    must complete 50 hours
    probation NUNAILSu'' OneStock'l'IgGlven' r ro
    community work and pay $35 court
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    cost.While these cases were decided In .
    ( court the majority of the shoplifting 10 '. *r Drawing Will Be "
    cases never get to the court calendar.: Nails "- ig. December. 20th GIFT I TAGS AND
    Assistant State Attorney Brian Kelly O '1h
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    who handles misdemeanor casesin : [Entry Blanks'At Each A CARDS ': '.. ',
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    J his case load Is shoplifting. His office '. ,\
    & pursues each case as vigorously as of :, y: u\"rlend.; '
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    i Lake leClon.Monltor: Editor& ; ,houses, '
    i \ r"I bought "Tiger I" kit In Virginia
    Childhood (fantaslM and war game. In 1965 for $12 and now that tank kit f irC
    turned into a life long bobby for cost $49," aid Gllsson. :

    Keystone Height McRae area man "These are fantastic kits. Look' at
    p Pat GUaaon who. through the years of, .the detail on these/' Gibson Mid,
    t researching his hobby,has anauthority pointing to the moving and minute : SA L4
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    y on German warfare. ,
    enterlor detail of some of his tanks,
    e His bobby, ''which I Is building! and Oilmen retired from the 'service" at --r
    r painting scale modal of, both the rank of Master Sergeant in July :S'S. : .
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    American'and German army 1976, but relive much of his service .; 54.
    vehicle, fill an entire room of hi* experiences over again while working
    home/ and I Ia only a portion of his' col on his favorite pass-time, -
    le Uoq that still' remains backed jGllsdon's goal with his collection is
    away. In boxes. to come up with at least one of every
    "I vyaa raised'out here In those ,combat vehicle that was ever used by
    woods and about the :first .thing 1 the American and Germans. World .
    remember I*. soldier J
    marching up War II. J ,
    and down the'roads,< In the '
    orange "I have not had ,as much success
    groves and around the lake," said 'wth{ the American combat vehicles
    .' Glissop of his early childhood year in 'a. the German. I have every tank
    '. Oil area when Camp Blending[ waaln here from Mark I used up to the Mark
    i I, full War In the/ early 40'* during the VII that 'was used by the German J 1ly K n /
    World II. "
    military, said Glla on.
    ;. "That got me interested in the war ''The American i vehicle-'I' have
    .i'i;II I Juat had the opportunity to follow. aimost" all 'except for' the staff
    :, through with it GUsson said. '
    vehicles, Glisson said. ,, .
    "There Is a lake back here that's Oilmen still has stacks and. stacks'models )Miniature'World' ;: I'
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    '. probably got more ships and planes of yet to start on. ;r.; the hobby be habit forming
    can especially If
    says Interested
    } : sunk in if; Ii' than the entire Atlantic When asked if he thought he would Pal,Gllsson shows off "just a few"pieces In his a large collection.of)niniaturoGliseon. history| ttt He behind each Item on the shelf you are
    said soldiers,
    ,. ocean, Glisson thinking back to ever complete his' collection he tanks and other.historical warfare models, and artifact. ,
    ''I hit childhood days and war games. answered-* "not until ,my eyes give
    Glisson said after h* went in-the out," /err.asrrrrrrsr.rrrw. .erwra.r.grrwrrrrrrrrrrr. WITH THIS COUPON >< *,
    \,;- service and started moving around, I
    he Just ltarted'savina' 'his model,
    ., possibly "to complicate things for the "
    .' mover," Glisson said.
    Gliason Joined the Army (what else I I I.r

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    ." enough to be one of theshoe' '
    "brown,. soldiers, noting that / ''y 11 u''rlr. '
    / the army changed Its leather to black !
    In 1957 -
    GuAon said he never really got Interested
    in German military until be I
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    was.stationed In France and had the saeer
    opportunity to' tow: and travel .over
    I many of the battle fields and meet a
    number of World War U veterans.
    'Just talking to them tantalized. m"Inter'ellt .
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    ," saidGlisson. Whae.MIxQr$ ji1(1

    "We won World War II'so; why lust Locally, Owned Price Wise Stores,
    be interested In the German side. I ,
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    Just started building up a collection of' Together .To, Save You )Money
    both German and'American and doIng -
    all the research that I could. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ._ '
    Gliason ,bas quite an extensive I
    technical research library that helps .
    him In making his models as authentic -

    as possible, on. some/, vehicles' ,.
    down to its crew members; ,
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    Gllsson explain that many of his Smirnoff Amaretta Clam I T.... I .( Mirror, Mirror" and
    vehicle are Just standard, commercial t .
    Japanese manufactured plaltiCml' Vodka Oi 'Y ) ( shadow toorte: Norman \
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    can sit wi e of these t .JtotlJ .
    model and !make it into one of any 45different ;; : "V -la < .r ,,' t" .

    modij ice materials.lave! T s.re.rwrureerrri..wrrrw.wrrwrwr..rrrrrrrrr.. .
    j, the correct reference $
    rtJ; "Change might,, just', be In 'a n A .40 value for only $12.50

    > said radiator of the grill different for Instance models."Some," Gllsson witji any 8.5Q purchase''of Merle Norman cosmetics

    changes are obvious, others not"so 00.I f 1 Sixteen Silky Shadows for your eyes. A rainbow, color in ali the latest fashion

    Woos"Or,"''you be added.can .go I ''color schemes 7+ :. shades. And twosponge, applicators And a Trimiine Eye Pencil. And a ",

    I ell In the German tank," salcia \ beautifully decorated hand mirror We call it "Mirror, Mirror". and It's Merle

    ouch ,out that there a the t :Nornian's special offer to make your holidays more beautiful A great gift for
    too of chance to make .
    American tank different1 .they Seagrama you or someone else. but hurry. mfni C. CirXrtffnJhl.
    were "mainly po, olive drab.'' Bacardi Giq offer ll Good through .camber'3l. 1983', whll. .upplie. L.t.I | | |C\LC I IVxS\i I nfl I

    Germans had the autumn color Rum The Place fur the Custom Fare
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    scheme, winter and summer color LTR
    ;/ schemes. Early war; colors were gray LTR 118 S. Thompson St.
    and then from 1936 until INS, were of -t S i
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    1 ".. a desert tan base'Glisson stated. 1:699Foxe 964V7355
    Gl1.son goes as far as 'quoting the H7 .
    history of one of his Tiger I German
    tanks 'and its .commander Michael : ,
    Wittman and crew that wa known for .!
    knocking out over 38D allied tanks and'
    then just disappeared after one of the

    o allied carpet bombing raids In.,the;
    Saint Lo breakout In June, 1944.

    Gllsson' has collected his manybooks [ ..
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    on the technical aspect of German 7k
    and American vehicles from the gire
    ',: Smithsonian Institute', bobby' shops 1
    and from mWta boQkcJubi and 5 Tags'' .
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    specialty
    His models have come from regular Vodka Vod a'r Seagram
    1!', ,, toy, stores,, which iHt .says have .
    .\: quite!expensive In the hut six LTR' Rum" 'GinTamirov .! .\7 % i 8TfTgthh&iIL)
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    handicrafts, Christmas crafts are clay with your ing put ornaments cookie C
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    becoming as much a traditional partof sticky, a few pinches of water until sheet and place them In oven at 250 which will dry clear,,,to adhere, the
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    George Madison Faulkner, M, of Mary Frances.Jones,83, of Lake host of friends. (: } and a retired employee of Mid-of -Senior Citizens OPEN: M-F
    Lake Butler,died In the North Florida Butler died Friday, Dec. a, at Shands The funeral will beheld Saturday< Continent Telephone Company Discount &- 11:30
    Regional Hospital after an extended Teaching Hospital l la Gainesville; Dec. 10, at 2 p.m. at the St. James Fulton,New York' SAT.-i!
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    Park Mr. Faulkner bad lived most of and Albert Wilson of Lake Butler, a Jacobs The Eyeweat Specialists _
    his life In Raiford, where he was a sister-in-law, Louise Hampton of Kyle F Jacobs. died at his Home In ( Obituarles..p.aoJL. \> LOCATED AT: U.S. 301 S. Ir EilwmJt .S..** "Kent turn Community Sank
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    Forsylh of Raiford Mrs. Carrie Clarkof
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    Callahan, Gerald Faulkner of

    Jacksonville Jacksonville;, one Drexel sister Faulkner'Miss Mary of -10

    Edgar Faulkner Faulkner of Starke,; three Jacksonville.brothers, riday December 9,6 pm pmNo

    Robert Faulkner, Raiford, and Paul ,'
    Faulkner of Starke; 18 grandchildren, .
    and six great grandchildren. Rainchccks No! Lay-A ways'
    Funeral services were held Nov. 18
    In Archer Memorial Chapel with Rev.
    Raymond Baer and Rev. Malcolm American' Camper Rescue :'. : Touch Contro Cprelle T6' Piece' Lincoln
    Tompkins and Rev. Bill Delaney of
    ficiating. Burial was In Sapp 4 Person Tahiti ,
    Cemetery In Raiford with Archer Fpiiergeiic" mps"Dinn'et.ware,, ,Arc
    Funeral Home of.Lake Butler In .
    charge of arrangements. Cook Set. Reg. *36.97
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    Roy Neuenschwander Red; *8.9, ? '. Red. 's3.'O9. $30 24,94, x.165.76
    Roy Neuenschwander 57, of : < i Reg. : Reg.,
    Starke, died Monday, Dec. 5, In '
    Alachua General Hospital $900 $1488 $' 1694' $1451)0)
    $5,00 ]
    Gainesville. following an extended Illness. -. Reg. "' .. '

    Born in Illinois, Mr.
    Neuenschwander moved to Starke '
    three years ago. He was a member of
    St. Patrick Catholic Church in e eS
    Gainesville; was a pipefitter and
    welder; and was a member of Local
    152 Plumbers and Steam Fitter UnionIn I.
    Morgantown.Va..- i IS
    Survivors Include his wife Sylvia

    Radabaugh Neuenschwander of = 03S
    Starke;one daughter Paula Harris of a
    Morgantown W. Va.: one son, Pride 8 i i iS
    of'
    one Neuenschwander brother, Carl Neuenschwander Morgantown of e I S

    Trenton,111.; one sister,Ruth Waltersof
    Canyon Country California and
    one grandson.
    Rosary was said Wednesday night
    Dec. 7,at 7:30 p.m. in Archer FuneralHome todies'5 '
    WedreyerPopcorn
    Chapel. Funeral Mass will be Designs, i
    held Thursday,Dec.8,at 10:30: a.m.in Mens' Padded Seat' f
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    St. Patrick Catholic Church in PackagedPanties Wooden
    Calvin Klein, i
    Gainesville with Father Roland short ,
    Julien Entombment will T
    officiating. -
    follow In Crosby Lake Cemetery In 1' Bar Stools
    Jeans Pumper
    Starke with Archer Funeral Home of I
    Lake Butler in charge of ar
    ,Assortment, 3 l Pair to a;: Pkg. Reg/ 16f9A .110.: 73000Assorted .$
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    l Gilbert'*' Gilbert Raymond; K.Hall;:Ra 73 l1', of Lake w 'E :. r + ,IfnnTibo7li/// dlll'Of,.,asvil'co }')j'..aarf f

    Butler,died Sunday afternoon Dec.4,
    at Regency Oaks Care Center In
    Gainesville after an extended illness.
    I Born in Webster Springs, W. / ,/
    Virginia where he lived until movingto i 0. = ,,
    Lake Butler 15 years ago.He was a I i
    retired coal miner and was a member 4
    of the Webster Springs Church of t
    Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. '* I

    I Hazel Survivors Sharp Include Hall of his Lake wife Butler, Mrs., g 011 'I Il

    II three daughters, Matilda McRae anaNola l
    Beth! Kimble, both of Lake .r ,,
    c Butler and Mildred Woods of Hampton .. .. :
    ; four sons, Sidney Hall and Roger : : ofv "
    Hall, both of Brooker, Lionel Half of !
    I Los Angeles. Calif., and Carlton Hall
    i of Lake Butler; three brothers, Ed- i
    ward Hall of Webster Springs,W.Va., I
    I! Henry Hall of Upper Glade W.'Va. 51 Ct.. Pkg '
    I and Willie Hall of Pa.; two sisters S Ladles' I
    Leila Cogar of Blacksville, Pa. AnaLora [ .Long Sleeve Pumpkin ;
    J Mayers of Centralia. W. Va.; 33 FoamCups i
    grandchildren and 13 great grand- i II / Sweaters.Assorted .
    ] children. Jars:
    Funeral services were held Tuesday .
    .i.x morning.Dec. 6, at 10 a.m. in the i 1 i .\ 'Colors Reg, '4.96, i
    Chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
    i Lake Butler with Elder W.W. Jordan
    2/-$700 ; ;
    d officiating. Burial will be at a later 3/s100 4 1 i ; $3,0'0. l
    date in Webster Springs W. Va. Ar- ,
    Home of Lake Butler In
    cher Funeral f
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    i $ charge arrangements. I

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    i j Card of Thanks Regina! Stoneware' t

    t Thanks so much for the'food ElectriC'a 1/ I ,Windmerts' < !
    flowers, cards, prayers and ; Coffee Mugs' MlniPm* ;
    thoughtfulness you gave in out time of .
    a sorrow. It was good to be Assorted Colorshina 1 i :.;
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    remembered in the Ions of our father Broom ; : Hair
    51 1 and husband, Lonnie Melton., Reg"9c.? Dfj'.r '4 ( ,f I

    Funeral We also Home want Bro.to James thank Starling Jones $ 25Qll 00. $.' :

    I' and Bro. Bob Cooper for the services 2/,1 1
    they rendered. Also thanks to Brad- i
    w' ford Hospital and the staff, Dr. Her. (,
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    nandes and nurses who took such loving : II
    care of our loved one, during his I I

    stay in the hospital.Our love*thanks ,"Wooden. :5:PIece' :

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    acknowledge and thank everyone for Reg:. '99.97.. 1 i 1 i Reg. c'6.86

    the time expressions of loss. of sympathy our .$ 6'0' 'oef", '$. 5".. 1".
    The gestures of friendship and concern i 1' '
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    htarke was indicted for murder in the Buckhalter had offered to' burn Florida Department of Criminal Law
    first degree .and'arson In the first Stroh's vehicle several weeks prior to Enforcement has failed to reveal the
    degree by the grand Jury In Bradford the house fire for $200. The aggree- weapon at this time. A three'' mile
    County December 1. ment was not carried out, said Sheriff stretch of Grlffls Loop and the man-
    ,,0;, t" Tho sealed findings were opened by Dolph Reddish; but the relationship made pond at the Bradford
    :r. .. Circuit Judge John J Crews Monday between. Buckhalter and the victim Fairgrounds- have been carefully
    morning. Buclchalt.er Is charged with was established. searched with some evidence being
    : ..1I\MU.\ killing Shane 'Stroh on November 11 Both Buckhalter and Stroh were at- located last Friday In the pond. The
    by shooting with a firearm and then tending Vo-Tech where they were taking tag from Stroh's vehicle was found in
    setting fire to'the dewlllng where the ,heavy equipment operators that area, according to Investigator
    Stroh lived, according to Assistant course.. Wiley Clark.Buckhalter.
    State Attorney Thomas M. Elwell. An extensive. Investigation of the
    fire ruins revealed evidence of a is on probation from
    Buckhalter was formally arrestedon murder. A bullet was recovered from Taylor County, according to his local
    ue 1y the charges December 5. At.his Stroh's body and bullets were supervisor Bill Hicks: He was placed
    first appearance public defenderwas recovered' the,ashes of, the house on probation in May for a charge of
    appointed with no bond vet. fire. third degree burglary of a convience
    Buckhalter has been in, custody A county-wide search has been store.
    since his arrest Nov. 15, first charged underway since for the weapon used
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    with solicitation commit arson and in the crime. A combined effort of the In 1980 Buckhalter was charged
    \ first degree murder. The Nov 11 fire State FireMarshall's Office, Bradr with arson In Taylor County but was

    : .'...'....,,.'...,''. ., .was Under ',!investigation' ...local. -ch.,Mff p,,'''" ....4 Rrnrl- found not-guilty 1 on all counts.TbvLghon .

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    ; ,i4Search\ continues for murder .: '
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    ,/$." Divers Wayne WInii and Sgt.Mike Cromer continue far the license* lag from Stroh's vehicle found.ip't J The Florida Highway Patrol announced 'Again, I strongly urge drivers to" of time spent In checking a vehicle for
    the search of the was today !of the first defects
    their
    Tuesday man-wade pond at the Bradford :personally inspect vehicles at may well prevent an accidentor
    ;u,, Fairgrounds, with assistance from Investigator; pond' according to Investigator Don Denton. vn: ( month of the "Get Tough" and "No least once a week The small amount a fine," said Colonel Burkett. I
    ,fff Wiley Clark. The search was slowed Tuesday by the More Mr. Nice Guy" policy on detec-
    : 'which hit Stark around noon.'The 'pond' Is starting Cej tive .
    Last divert
    Sim Friday Tommy Raulerson and Jim Bryant equipment.
    **;;\ and metal detector expert Cromer started the search of look like an ocean, said Clark.!: !Indicating It was taking Beginning Octobef ,1 1983,' .the ,\. H._
    the pond for evidence In the longer than anticipated. '... .1' .//It Highway Patrol initiatedi a
    'r.r. Murder of Shane Stroh.,So .', 1 > 1 at If*, [ programof
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    :!! safe vehicles:As of that date, driversof
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    I ; News e s : = given a citation. Troopers con-
    ...: .. tinued to issue the correction notice
    , .,Jj.: requiring repair'within 48 hours'for MAIN EVENT
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    "rr those minor defects of, which the'
    ,$K{ Youth Arrested Elizabeth M. Addison was charged -fling to Patrolman Paul RhodeVv W j* driver was not aware. ', Cowboy Ron Bass

    'ifor'Grand'Theft'' with less than 20 grams of marijuana, 'At approximately 4:14: p.m. Davidson -, ""Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, dlrectorof vtrtiii,
    : according to Patrolman Wayne 'was found lying ort\ the<'ground: the Florida Highway Patrol said,.' Black JackMulligan
    ,,'u< .A 17-year-old Union Count)' youth. Wilkinson. behind a residence on Bay St. He was: "The program has> been effective ? '
    + >. ;a; was arrested on Dec 8 and charged Starke police had answered a call in ,very intoxicated uncooperative.. During the month of October we made' _
    .' with grand theft from Spires. IGA In: a residential area concerning a said Rhoden. 3,304 arrests for the more serious- Mike Rotundo 416e
    ,Lake Butler ?. discharging of a firearm.During the Bond for the Charge was set atilt,*. violations while I also Issuing 44,088'' BASS Versus \
    ;\. .- Michael Jones, has been ad- Investigation marijuana was found In Davidson was -released fanMa; own faulty equipment notices for the less. : ,' One Man Gang
    ',judicated s ,an adult and. willface' full view on Addlson'p kitchen. .!table, recognizance Dec 5. ,( .!.#*( serious violations. During the period '
    ?charges on two counts of grand theft said Wilkinson. ; January through October this year;' Mike Graham & Mike Davis ;
    '> the first on Nov. 8 for 1769 and the second Bond for the charge was set at$250. Starke Won an."Arr ested our troopers have issued 313,602 corgi; VirwiJlljaji "
    on Nov"14 for$1a0! ,according to 'Addison was released on her'own ThrowsIVlissleat ; > rectlon cards for faulty equipment. ri Akeem & Kareem Muhammed
    ''the arresting officer: Investigator; recognizance: .Car, J f The following Is the number of most Sam Houston
    Larry Cochrao. J' Klm'bcrly, Denise,:Cohens, S8, Of: frequent defective equipment;viola-, Versus
    Bond has been'posted at $2000 for' Alachua Man./Arrested' i Starke, was arrested December:3 and lions for which driven were ticketed:' ,, TUES. Kendo 611AHAM \
    s each count, bringing the total bond to charged with throwing a missle a tan 1,122 tires,694 taillights, 541 mufflers Nagasaki
    1 $4000. Jones is presently In custody .in'. Two ;Worthless' Checks occupied vehicle, according 403 headlights and 189 brakes..The Dec' 13 Antony Charus vs Hector Guerrero
    the,Union County, Jail. Alien Espinosa of Alachua was ar- Patrolman Rt: W. Keen., ,?',{, fine for an equipment 'violation is $15 "
    .Cohens which' is retained by the tout)' 'in. ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE
    rested December 6 and charged with alledgedly threw an,object a P ?'
    Bradford .Rescue RunReport' two counts of worthless checks,, according at a vehicle driven by Loyal BE. which It is collected. BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL
    to Deputy Eugene Lee. Aldridge. Tfi
    November, ': The two checks were payable to A. Bond for the charge was setv'at; .
    A'total of'74 calls were received by J. Wholesale Guns in the amount of looo. Cohens! ,was released on fir. 'J' \ 1.
    .the Rescue Unit In Bradford County $913.65 and. $909.50 in June..of this .own recognizance. >' <(( __-- -_,__.-_ __._._.n lIIlil_ _as Salo_ MIIIiICt.c' : "' c aacaamaaloic lil aalsc9olacyBoemc a arll .
    during the month of November, according year / ..;:: :' ..,. ,'." ... ". I'" '
    pa.,..; to'' Rescue Supervisor CJWfBjjj Bond for each charge was'set at' Eustis, Mart: Arrested : \ : \\I j .:.....t' :.;.... '
    pmIiffl,5" ,J transiI: $1,000,:Espinosa ws 11' ..released- ....orT&is'Starke For p ;' 71?. olation' ..'1 : E 11) '. B R1\i..T" :" ,1." '1l,.

    tings Fifty-three;, 11'-'YC.1I11-calls"'dfcl"not'lreq e'" ,on, !ree.,ognhxtncll., ._ ; f __,r t. "alYrs',r'rye.I'7'< ''IIJ.'I',' Or irlusi ':', ..:.j.j'I. 1"E; : : / "I', aI mn-1ft;, "'.

    "u:. 30 patients were taken Man Arrested arrested for' violation of'' ,oJeDecember' / ,;,' .!q "' ,'t., 'n '' !. ..; fat ." ,"..,tt ,
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    taken to other hospitals I i, Supervisor\ Donald Vd;Sapjftjf : 957 /" ,::1' I" ,
    One patient was flown out by Baptist Joseph Davidson, 29, of Starke was Fryer! 'was, returned ''to HMC+ thli if't I, ,'.. '.,(.'"'' "" '''4'" ,. .(, .'. "" "
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    Life Flight, Rescue 00.assisted. arrested December .3 and charged: 'week, said (the Bradford 'punty''. OW 100'
    Rescue 75 with a cardiac arrest. with disorderly Intoxication; accor- f;hlriff'SOff\, \ .. ., : s ,' ,
    Twenty-one calls ,were Illness k. : ; \ FilmMovies '
    related; two were auto trauma patients ---- ---a r_-a 4titili 1 Theo, ':. '
    and nine calls were to patients, ; ,
    with breathing problems. .Carpet (Any .Scotchgard Office, "-"tor.' :' .
    Three calls were to obstretic patients $1495 ,Is I V '
    and.one call'was'an 9verdos' Cleaning Available' Shop : J.t 'N; liJlDo I ,; Rent, ,-, .
    patient. T. 'Bi Hall*> .; ', ", !.' r.J.t tA..ff PAP" .
    Ten calls were cardiac related and I ,. .f't 'i-.y ;:rr' ".. jr" 'I" I," ,
    One Whole House' i l : r.i.; {KQ95, '.' WV1'A'' & iS4' ..' : ,',"" "
    five, calls were trauma In patients.emotional Special (Liv.r, Din. HI ,.3I, ,'
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    '":/fire.crisis and one call was to\a structural Carpet Dyed ((9112)) '.' : :.. "';. :. .'...,.... .SO"(; '[, l"r';- n: B* r '.'>:$'A''GoftT I 0 Remember"" -" ': *,:, ." 11";: :

    Three' calls were 'cancelled and, "' :
    .":. three calls were false alarms.., Furniture' Cleaned (sbra & ChaIr) "..., ,.. ... ,.44' : ;; ,

    ';AH; The number of the Bradford County ,"Not Delighted Don't' Pray"Serning : "i
    7 ,Rescue is 9644- 181C : f' ; j ,
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    " .VV; A&3-year'-old Starke.woman, was Vr1 '(Licensed & I Insured)'* (Residential';&' Commercial, ), : : \> '. l cassette recorder-a.-name; that means quality- ,,,/, ,

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    j! (from page SA) ; one brother, Miles Nipper of' }
    from Boulder,Color ado. He(i survived ; 13 grandchildren and 151 I GrGCertl,V IyL UPHOLSTERY
    by five sons one daughter "'''' .
    eight lI'anckhildren.'f services will be held at i QPeNr.am.,9.p.m. l
    I A: member of St. Anne's Episcopal in the Starke Church,of, ':i\mltT\ Aftmv iiJ; "J., Are..Yc.it Car. Seatsllaw'.Slslpllletlt ': .
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    Revolution, and was past president in Crosby Lake Cemetery n. srDrs 1Ief..xi '
    the Lions Club of Fulton, N.Y. A direction of Jones Funeral ; :westc is Your "
    memorial service will be held at St. Starke. \ '1' WO"'oo Furniturerl Gtgtistmas; morning.This "
    Anne's at 6:30 p.m. Friday,Dec. 9. ( i I ,
    j1 The family requests that contributions Margaret Reddish ,Ala ::f'' I"/;\ ." "
    ;: be made to St. Anne's Memorial Reddish, 78, of,Stark, t 4 i 25'! TiredLooking ;t \j 'l8'lti'; ', .
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    James Rosser Davis, 77, of Bill Reddish, who bad owned l Oxnard, ,path. "' ; w,'",th.'a' ,... .'::.a .few .
    : WUliston, died in the Greater Orange Reddish Grocery, taxes i'SSSStan .... .
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    'ta; Dec. 6, following a long Illness. of Springs Baptist '
    '1, Mr. Davis was a retired TV repairman In Stock to do dollars .
    ; with the Crosby Radio Co. in are a son, Keith Reddish tu, gbda VanderbNt the JoblJuns' it\ "
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    ,. do one niece and one nephew. at, Hoilbron Springs Baptist 'ri t ff : OU8LTOTO: SUPPLIES-
    It: Graveside funeral services will be at 2:30: p.m. with the Rev. % O ttSKeg.' ,'24"teSBlnfl .
    and the Elder James : BecoraMvB' Pillow Tops -
    held Thursday, Dec. 8 in the Orange '
    Hill Cemetery WUliston, at 2 p.m. Burial was in Con, s r ''I
    h i with Rev. William .A. Owens ,.of with Archie Tanner: Z ,Suns.stir; ;? CaniflowJck:Kits I ICART2PGs3715I
    11:[ ficiating. Home of Starke in charge of: { '&
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    Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Ladies Pastel : .,:;' <' Stuffing
    Heights In charge of arrangements. Sweat Shirts for Pillows' ,

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    Herman L. Lewis \ \ FALL
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    Herman Lewis, 95, of \ \ ,, '1O. 331/ ,
    Leroy ,
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    the home of his son Rev.Leroy Lewis ; electric.portable you can buy. 'F.ooks'like 'a"pro"? '
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    Mr. Lewis was a winter visitor to + :
    ;3 Florida visiting his daughter.Mrs. ?of it North also often and South called AND VARIETY Y STORE carriage return, check protector,and paper. Injector.! .f
    1j j Marie Tedder of Perry,and his son in .
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    Keystone Heights. He was a member Robin" "' ., ..' : Ribbon.changing'takes'a: \holidaySnap, }In-:-"snap: .. .
    )J of the Central United Methodist __ S3 190 South-Starke L out Usa real carbon film,nylon fabric, bright,
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    retired employee. of the City of. cartridge. Deluxe doubl -walled case .Included, .. '"
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    Leroy Lewis of Keystone Heights;
    two daughters' Mrs. Marie Tedder, 1----
    Perry,Fla. and Mrs. Gladys Webster See how a star is born!"
    of Owosso, Mich.; 11 grandchildren .. ".. .. '." ,,
    :;. and four great grandchildren. : .: .................... ..
    Funeral services will be held at 10 LAKE BUTLER .
    i a.m. Friday In the Jennings-Lyons '
    Chapel in Owosso, Mich. Burial will h
    J be in Elmwood Cemetery, Wayland; I 5
    Mich. Jones Funeral Home of FARM 'j CENTER ..
    't Keystone Heights charge. of local

    R arrangements. 3 'Located'on' Highway 121 South ,

    William Culberson I- ., Lafce Butter

    William Roosevelt Culberson, 73, of ph'& Faye' tazen Butch Faulkner
    j Hawthorne, died Sunday in. rv *
    Gainesville. 375
    496-3921
    ... A retired service and deliveryman
    ;.> for Green's Fuel of Gainesville, Mr.
    'vi'I.. Culberson Episcopal Church.was a member of the Just In, Time Fort Test type the new Smith-Corona*

    . Survivors include two slept Coronamatic 2500
    4 daughters Miss Judith Bathurst.: CHRISTMASWestern
    Hawthorne and Mrs.Bobble Roberts? ,
    two grandchddf e ll>.UM and A
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    5 held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Eliam 1f{
    w Cemetery at Melrose with Jones ,1'l' ..
    Funeral Home of Keystone Heights. [
    t..1 charge of arrangements.

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    )1 Palmer Williams 279

    !l Palmer Williams, .68, of Starke, (
    died Monday, Dec. Ii, at the home of ChN Se 'fIM d'ry ,
    ' his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour,' SIY ITHCflRpi @
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    children, Mrs. Donna Branson,
    ! ,homework and letters.: .. .
    Starke, Craig and Perry Bryan of .
    \1 Gainesville and one great grandchild. W 113@R S' j' Type with real carbon film or switch in'seconds''
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    " DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Western Bt ] ,
    'ii Robert C. Gillls officiating. Burial .
    'N was in Crosby Lake Cemetery under ., F .,Smith-Coronar;\; f
    :c the direction of Jones Funeral Home s f I :,
    , of Starke.Mrs. : 4 8 ::1 ., 220OCartridgeElectric t'" '

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    CARPINTtY AND' MASONKirwOinC':; .Queer aI.! bad baby'cloth. best oifer.Cai1473.3W.12/I
    ] FOR RENT FOR RENT Building' patlol,.oddltlons,'remodeling,
    -. home and tile work. Free...,,_... Repaid don when vow wont them' 12/$ Itchg .for Carlton 12/8 Itpd boot. 93
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    ] Rental REALTY, REALTOR Available $IBO/mo. Call 4733652. 12/8 CARPENTER WORK. K.modellrg. ;, ;:work i }? 0M, NOUSS ClBANEDt' Eat- IMMOKAIE ROAD Sa,. only,.from, ,\ $ .500. Call 282-l479ora64-,. 12/8
    3 Property kitchen oobIMte'end trimcarpeniry.. .CKrlstmosf; Hov. reference Call. p-S.r "Antiques, .furniture tI.// toys; Itchg
    lake Santa) Fat IBM.. 2Bath. Cl .home. IrchflXBt 473-3344 after 7 "
    Reasonable Call 473-3477 fi.m. ask for Pot and, 12/8 ltchg'I
    MOBUCHOMIi with polio lakefront prices. ., aft. clothing. ,
    J large yard $400/mo. 12/1." 2'chg I
    Completely. fu........... on Oatorbona dock boat. Near K.y.tone. Call 5:30 p.m. 12/1 tlnchg. ;. i I WILL BABVSITi children or elderly.. : .1. .. ..r.\
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    fireplace, $225/_. view.Meal for Phone single evening or small family.Galneivllle.Great references AND; 473-4189.VINYli 12/1 repaireand tfnchg.CABPCT In.lIallollon. :,1'' : "' '.MISCELLANEOUS' ,:Unln, c<<)I BiI:MI.::." REAL ESTATE .

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    I 1% Bath. Unfuml....... $1751.... 375-7493. 12/8 ItpdCOTTACCl .. Free estimate*. Ten years1experience. I'r ; i. LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PIIOo.A'd" .

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    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS BIAITV 479-2418. 12/8-19 2tpd ING: Certified nursing) assistance and ANONYMOUS closed i t '

    REALTOR 47:1-: *t' BEAUTIFUL HOUSIt on Lok. ,.Geneva.Pretlgou CPU trained staff; 24, hour supervision, ;i 'meetings Monday 8 'p.mj Open "I. HELP WANTED
    )2/ Ifnchg area MR., 2Bath. CH/AC. for senior citizens; hot meals; day,' ": meeting Friday 8 p.m. Alonon.'. Mon. I I'. ,_ .

    I Kitchen equipped. Fireplace screened week, or long term .toy STYIINO i; ,day 8 p.m: All meeting at Educational I INSURANCE'MAINE ,. ;'
    OFFICE AT BUSY CORNER facing Flamingo parch S&SO/mo. Flat last and security CENTER for the. publlcrpreclslon; styling i I L Building Community Church'473-2790 1 RIAL'ESTATE UCENSINGr Intake City.

    St but can be teen from SR-IOO deposit.,473-70B6..12/8: far man and women] perm.and. hair j''OVIRHATERS 7 rot/ 4792130.V1\ tfnchg $ INSURANCE AGENCY '160 'S. ; 755-4006.IRM School TFN of T/14 Heal- ""ql.. Phone
    and SR-21 Intenectlon Prime location. 'coloring. SR-329 Hampton4682619. ANONYMOUS No due*. j
    Lake Avenue, 'laka Bulleri'4v6-3978. SATELLITE, Af41ENNA dealerships
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    'J .PARTIALLY FURNISHED 3BR.. IVi bath WILL SIT: ANO CARl for .I"tv.-Locol' '' Tuesay's, 7:30 p.m. Community Church I ", .Dealer cost for complete unit a* low a*
    mobllehoma. In Melroie area large Short hair white female spayed experience. Please writ*' to: >Renee .Educational Building, Ktyston FOR $757'Retail.$1399. Call 303.57"."".
    Barfleld,, Gen. 0.'., Putnam Fl,, ;T K.Helght; ; 473- 790 12/1 SALEc .
    porch. Renpontible coup). _led. cay. 2 yrs. old. Mining 11/26 from 615 ; : Hall:. !tfnchai I {$-pd '"23-2/'
    475-'368. 12/1 tfnchg 32685; 12/8 Itpd' '_ .
    S.W. Orchid Ave. Please return family' $loo', per k part lima at home.Webster
    IB*. FURNISHED MOMUHOMIi large grieving. Call 473-4073 12/8 Itpd Will DO TYPING 'In mot home.. Book j i I". "HOUSES FOR SALE ..PI."NALl\ All gallon con plant 150. America's favorite dictionary

    S living room and porch. $ 70monlhplu. LOST gold bracelet of great sentimental) .report, resumes, ate." 'Call,. '"I'/4/3-2898." i ,.large crop myrtle' $9, large weeping' Company need home worker to up-
    .depotit. ALSO: 2BR. furnished MH. value last, In business area of 12/1 tfnchg' ;' ] IN 'KIYSTON! 'OAKS SUBDIVISION. By 1' willow_ $7.30hanging'boskets l 'date local) mailing II.... Easy work Can
    e S160/nx Call 1-684-C634.: 12/1 tfnchg2B Keystone Thursday Dec. REWARD TRACTOR WORld:MOwln -:' : Hour. or \f owner.. '38*., ;2Bath on, large, landcaped. 25. Contrary Mary' Garden* SR 121 be dona while watching TV. All ages
    i *. COTTACIi with (lake front OFFERED. Call 473-4148 12/8 |lob. Call anytime 473...,"".. 12/1 I ,'*: ,lot Small fruit trees. utility l Irr.LoCM.... !Phone 462-1561. Closed experience unnecessary Cell
    $300/m Coll 473-3334 or 2821727. tfnchg v-te!;: I building./ ) sprinkler' system screened Sun. And Man! 2-chg,12/1-12/8 1-7I6-842-6000. E..,. '12671.

    j 12/1 tfnchg HELP WANTED I { back patio,. Call for appointment. 1976 HONDA >W Good, tond' $5SQ; 'TfXAS, OK. COMPANY' needs. 'mature
    INTER BARE tENTERt Officacateract'surgery ( 1 '
    LAKE FRONT ISR. furnished MH In EYE 473-7358. 12/1 tfnchjI .' -phone .96-3785'.1-chg: 12/8,
    1 ) No contact, fllos' .es,'1/4 ....1I.oH .person for short, trip surrounding
    APPUANCIS seat'
    s Keystone area. Couple only. "pet I BY OWNER 1BR. house en $.9 acre*. "FURNITURE AND Love Union' County.Contact customers,We
    J SISO/mo. plus depoilt. Call collect PART TIME s.cr.tarybookkeepergoodtypist. CR-315 IO. Call 684-6558 or' toll free ;! Barn and other,building.. Septic tank and hide-o-bd 9I4Q 1 lav* ;*.ot S6O';'; train.' Write N.D Dlckerson Pro*.,

    1 1-729-8V49 Frl-Sun between ":4:30-8:30: Send resume'to P.O.Box 733 18003426041. .1I'7. /23:151pd.: I and electric pole for' trailer' hook-up Fioldca .Ide-by-slde refrigerator l9oj >Soumweetom.... Petroleum Box 789 Ft
    s p.m. 12/1-8 2tpd Keystone Hgt*., 32656. 12/8 Ttchg 'i "W '" Approx. "yr. ,old. 24)\ Oak Forest. Hat Point dryer$90 real to real stereo rX.,76101.-chgl2.
    2BR. FURNISHED MHi on 2 acre.CHI AC. MATURt/REUABll FEMALE to work full HAVING A PARTY Why tOf'rent a |jukebox 1. 473-4189. 12/1 tfnchg '$SO.'AM/FM console stereo $40 door j Worth', | .
    utility building. Call 475-'269 a>k for or part time. Split shift on waekand ? For more Infomatltoll' rOatorboM lake Cottage ; "mirror $20.. Mahogottlbadl'OOl/t
    r Jackie or 639-2269 after 3 p.m. 12/1-15 Bartender. 4732643. 12/8-19 2tpd :I ,, 4737368. 11/24-12/29 6tpd :'&V' '. i acre.. $79.000 term S190 Speed Queen washer$129 couch FOR RENT',
    IOn' '
    3tchg :: BABySITTINOi Terry CaalNlght* and I, "' 346Keyton HgtFI.,32656 and chair $130.Plncreat refrigerator
    TRAILRSt $140 and up. Furnished.. un- weekend, and overnight am' $175. ...anlty.'dr.mlrroc. : $79.: TYPEWRITERS ANO ADDING'MACHINES
    furnlihed. lake Geneva Park. SiMOO Keystone Heights: weekend I.o.onab0', lamp $7' each, '..allwooddrop''leaf '
    'FOR RENTS Union County Times, 150
    east of KeyMone Height 12/1-1 Itpd Call Doris 473-2210. ",.!,,.. i 473-9614 i. task for> Sandra' .. ., ,it 12/1-8 u JutJti.-2tchg I '. .' 'I, ., 1 Ii table.$5O. Nina mile N. of Ralford off' Main Street lake Butler. Phone
    n. : I 229 on Boyce *d. 279-2908. 1-chg
    : 'I. 496-2261 for Information TFN 10/1
    i i : 12X8J) / 2 BDRM FRAMI HOUSE for
    'Starke Ads. .1 rent 190 SW
    .more 1 I .." -3 BDUW Hame> In lake Butler: Concrete .3th AVe. 1 BH. $160 mo'first and lost
    _ .: .. block. 1 bh. i Owner financing month' In advance. Phone 496-2979 or
    avallabla.' Also,. ;icero.en..tank' '
    496-3087. 2-pd 12/8-19
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    FOR SALE FOR SALE FORRENT/jlf FOR RENT -. ,i,," w/k..o...... ',Wooden boot w/motor; ,' NICE HOUSI fair rent In Lake Butler 9BDRMs

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    FIREWOOD 4x4'. FOR. SALE Oak or pine, BOLENS DIESEL TRACTOR'24 hp 4 WD, ,MIMOSA MANOR MOIRE HOM PARK.. I I MOislll .HOME...$200'per month. .... oft.r'Iret "QUILT.. TOPS FOR 'SAlEr =Call, ,Jeonett. 4962'79.peI.- 1 ,
    20-40" 'h Cord. $35. -T--
    Scrap backhoe. front loader bush hog disk. Mobile home and space*.for rent. I Allen! .496.2860.,12/01 ?tchg 12/15 .
    month.
    firewood, oak or pin., $10 truckload. Con work oil or port of "
    200 h...- PTO ((3-sp) 6 >p. Iran New Recreational vehicle welcome.' Phone PERSONAL SERVICES
    f rent. 964.5760.
    12/01
    Itpd
    Sunshine Industries, 16 W. Coll with equlp.$1".7 ", (Make Cash Of- 4682912. 9/16 tfn. w fe., IN
    964-7699, Wa load for between9:3O t CITY Nice 3 BR, 2 BA homo In city RAIFORD/IAKI BUTLER
    you far) Prefer to trade for lake lot of equal' MOBIL HOMES FOR RENTr.One mile DORMAN WILL 'AND SEPTIC
    TANK
    : a.m. and 2:30 p.m.. Mon.-Fri, 9/29 value for mobile home from Starke limit 16 CH/A. kitchen ...ulp.$3SO: month CBS Ham 3 BR, 1M BA,
    : city Clecmi.Hwy.
    Hn property ormo.or plus$350 deposit. after Package 'deal!: well drilled 'Water
    533-221Q 6 Utll. '
    home 964-6020 W. Call 46A-132310/07 Hn.1; p.m CH. room, garage'
    .964-4252. ,
    or v ; 'pump/, new 'Installation of septic
    ALICIA HAY.. 12/01 2tchg12/08
    Good quality large bale 1404 ft onIoc..
    10/20 tfn KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY Room 'O!,:'rent at so tank., drain field: and lift stations.
    $2.25; large round boles, $25. Candeliver MOBIL HOME SUPPLIES Window'and low weekly rol../ Coil Temple Motel ,1"'" .1 S"'FOUN'D 28900. $1,449 down Mobile home pole _liable.'All work
    In trailer load. M.I. Conner. L i Near' $11121 and Sinclair '
    door, plumbing and elec. supplies. 9647357. 9/16 EOW/tm .It. !j> guaranteed 'call. Tommy Dorman
    964-S2S2. tin
    10/20 Also furniture. Bargain Center 1 mlle+ CliAN. MOBUB HOMH Eorgent.!On : Rd. By owns,. 1-7M-414" '275-2151. UFN''PI1'' r '*'tv'CLNTOM '''''

    ?.) fi 'NICE* $tOX3'SOFA'bntlqvie/" With"r'>l o ,
    .WHQLISAU U..PQJINlh.Alorii. 464i84itiT1-QGQ<< 1 ljlld'? ... l'l n I u. tMSp1.Hd call"49mi/ ''M>.'"* far ,
    3143
    a< 'tI.7 ,
    "orfomorr/ $M"moKtlno 165'to/d I.r.el\, 'art,&r.nettttt.isy orerry.
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    round 13 It. ..
    black couch ''and chair set $SO.I : ,4, |n* ,S7 '.fN' JaTCJp. c "" '1ifIoIti n _f,11tx"" : Ca.l,,';.revgr ....1 64w/tkt3 Of ,964.B43'.. .. .OCHtIfN EtKd, 8PE AJba VVMUMprlsa
    8x12 '
    $499.95. large $239. 752-1999 o'r.I'mold .rv'ca.- Underwoocf'Motel
    533-2908. or llchg: 12/08, 4 'MFNt9/29; p' rf* I- u>! n
    10/27 tin WE DO
    I 752-9412 Lake City. Christmas lay-A- ', :3'/i mile N. on Hw Y4. 301. ./,22qt. j. I NEW. CREDIT 'CARD
    lOST-f PeiInes.iMale Nabqdy"ehrssdlAlso
    FIREWOOD Call after 6_ p.m. Ask for Way.. 11/24 Sipd 12122 tfn **' n,, ert dog. vlclnllV'1.tC" '
    Matt. 9648268. tfrt ( Walnut St. Reddish brown color, ," YARD RAKiNG AND Visa/Master card; Call
    COLOR TVl $99 Stark STUDIO
    ond.up. Next to > APARTMENTj Weefcfy, monthly ;, '
    old.' Call 1-800687-6000 :Ext. C-1134. +-pel
    d HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argentina Bahla Truck south of ... Palm ,iRr1'yrs* Judge Sanders. '
    Stop, Starke. 964-8212. ra. Apartments 2314 N. >Temple
    CLEAN UPS CALL
    Hay. A barn "No Rain". J.M.3dward., "/2" tin Ave. 7/28 tfn. ''. 464.7311RCI4/ARQ.: / Itpd 12/08 .: BAKER LIt GA$. INc:i Family pwned and

    964-5379. 12/01 Stch 12/29 ROILS OF ALICIA AND ARGENTINA HAY LARGE OFFICE Located an U5 30l. Excellent J FOUND-Uroa .T... .. Dog "with Caller CATHY 431-1898 operated.: We sell or rent 'tank and
    BEAGLE HOUND for sole. 9646767. for sole. 520 eo. Delivery, avallabla. parking. $150 mlh. ,964-6810 found near Sauthslde. Elementary furnish cylinder. We Solicit customerswho '
    12/O1 2tpd 12/08 7823727. 12/01 tfn days 964.8236 nights. 9/29.tfn r'.: |r .School.Call,:: 964-5812. Itpd'! '12/08 Industrial Complex own heir own" tank. .Call i

    PARENTS-ORDER YOUR CHILD'S SANTA OOUSi Now taking' order for oft SMALL SERVICE STATIONII.OCQI".I""" US 299-6812 or 259.68'0.r2D1' 4tchg i

    LITTER NOW $1.25 Include personalized sculptured dolls with po.......'Coli ear 30r and SR '.. With air compress< r and in Starke: of Rallfont'' I '
    letter lun-fllled worksheet, ly. No order after Dec. 10. Call Vlona outside lift. $175 mm. Call 964-6810 Call Mary 964-0305 YARD SALE I
    free balloon Call 9648298. 12/01 7823471.: 12/01 2tchg 12/08 days, 964-8236 night. 9/29 tin >.
    3tchg 12/15 MATCHING COUCH. AND CHAIR $50. SPACIOUS 3 BR..2 BA home with GREAT BUY LIKE NEWt Four big mud. Ask lor Susan 9646305. Altar 5:30: West Call St. Lot of storage. No .pet. FOR SALE LAKE. 'BUTLER Saturday I Dec. 10,
    grip tires.. Size 1015. Over $400 new. call 9644843. tin Call964-5827.il/03rin 1\$\!), 9:00-3:00 Spires IGA. Weather Perml"tlntf. I

    Best olfer. 431-1564 anytime. 12/01 RABBITSt For pets' or meal. Lawrence HAMPTON OAKS 3 BR, 2 BA Ham*. n tj eA, .,h...pd

    2lpd 1208TREATED '' Menij. 6 ml. 301 South. 4681915. tfn CH/A. $310 mth. Call Trevor Wetter, 'Statlsthi' !. .
    FENCE 3x3'/ x6'/5 ft.
    POSTS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 65.0OO btu Century 21 Showcase Propartlefi, Clabsfled Ad"G .
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    long. $1.80 While they last.'Call pace heater; 12,000 btu gas heater; Realty.' 4734903. 11/174tchg 12011i'DUPLEX ,j i I 41.000 Chimney Fires last Sltap &I i Ceftip.eUSperI.eJ !!
    473-7676 Results;
    ; night and weekend. 40.000 btu go log; 2-burner go hotplate APARTMENT 2 BR near school. Year. $9 million damage to '. .. \ WANTED
    4734764. Itchg 12/08 homeowner. Don't let Insurance 'for
    fhl
    : 2 cots, on. with mattress: I Stove rr'9175 mth. plus,"$100 FOR SURVEYNotionotlyl
    FARMAll CUB TRACTOR late model. : ,happen tq r ourl.Nmet.. Moblte, Home ,Parks
    No 964-7188.
    Sear 5 hp Rototlller; 1 Plow Has 5 hp security. "pets. Iltchg I '
    Good. condition.12/08 Call 964-6558 after 5p.m. garden plow with plows;: 1 push W.... 12/08 ,bteH Ca".27.R vying Cash'Aluminum :: ,TAH HypeB .0' recognized

    LIKE NEW Itpd PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE garden plow; '....10 utility trailer; I TWO LARGE TRAILER LOTS In country ; af'' 'PMM4 'or homeowimrs$ policies for marketing research cam
    block vinyl couch. All in excellent con with all hook-up Call anytime! ,, '. ;. Saturday : og 'Mobile homes. need
    One bunk bed w/mattreis pony interviewer
    full '
    ; one 11C//
    dition. Isle 964-7327. 964-6365..1210' 12/08 4&v lI'ank.hlp .
    : Thomas I. 2tchg : ,
    bed two chests Cafltef: CNietei for opinion and attitude.
    ; : coffee A end tables *
    ; Cents Per ,
    NEW LUXURY 32 Lb.
    Call Lewis. 1116 W, Pratt St., Starke.1 Itpd, OFFICE SPACE Near court C I $W ,
    etc. 14681209. In Bradford
    study
    ELECTRIC RANGE Excellent Itpd 12/08 condition. 12/08 thouse. 900 or 1800 aq. h. Available for i eo.J+ Olin!.: oItN. Good County.
    FURNITURE Frost free refrlg.. $130; lease April..1984..Telsphon.9644266. > Ev.ry Wednesday'agln pay. Cor Allowance,
    Clean.4311200.$80.12/08 Fat Dickens 12/15. Ralford. 7-month old electric stove, cost aver 12/01 4tpd 12/22.. .<*- .nla AIItfo tNOma. ""S III.. Temporary.work.:, No sell
    ,
    STARCRAFT POP-tlP 2tchg CAMPER AC and $800. now $395; student desk, $39; LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS ,Low I ,ALt-HTECL FARM BUILDINGS BoMnd. Cr mro.-1B.r";| aMe'M.' OlIn. ing. Please write Bradford

    flee refrlg. $1,000 FIRM. Dixie Motel solid wood vanity $45; Hlda-A-Bed weekly' rates, quiet, clean utilities! i AskWswsl' ewtdHiw, ....t. CO tm .' lnter*.1l- / Agent. County Survey 139 East
    Starke. Itchg 12/08 $200; sofa/chair $175; washer, $125;, paid. U$ 301 s.Siesta Motel. 964-75A9: 5.45.4 en 12 .....no center ... U1.., 5. 300 j ge.cH06_ Colonial Drhw. Orlando.
    SEEING IS BELIEVING We've It. U.S. dryer $100; matching washer/dryer. 12/01 4tpd 12/22 ,fSC! : _h. Teul'*sr Hce: ptonainf.LICENSED i alert..ept. ..100ltacyct -.... c Florida 33801: -
    gal like new $350 set; ga stove $95; gas ONE MDflOOM UNFURNISHED HOM In ..........- snstnwrvp.Jdi i iCqt
    301 In
    Waldo. Friday 7:30: P.M. 12/08 r .4. I .
    .
    2tpd 1215PIANO heater. $50; double bed. $65; twin bed. country. First, lost and securityI! / -
    t used 3 mas., $75; king slxe box, Ilk. depoaCall 9644602 after 9 ,,'.,,,, ..LLe
    12/08 FOR SALE $360. Call 964-9182. Shaw $150; Sealy queen bed $125; color '- 12/08 tfn 'P' '1 M, "I.COM NUFACTungH'Adv I Ii PINE'FORESTAPARTMENTS
    Itchg
    console TV, $200; color portable TV. BIAUTIFUiaBRDUniX$265mth.'i329 "
    ITEMS FOR SALIi Wedding dr.... $125; $100; B/W portable, TV $35; swivel Galgex Rd. Lease and deposit of 1065 : h'UI.v"If.ll t1'//Y CrtU

    wedding ring set, $300; fuel oil heater rocker $95; recliner SSQ and much required. )vollobl. 12/12/83. For;'''.' i .nfur.l"Ah_,,J.; inc -'Spilt.' Stdrked =
    $75: ''Vega. $150lamps, $25. Call ,
    mare. 964.4073. Duke Furniture and formation call 9647153. ttpd 12/08 f Oak''r III "' '
    7823633. Itpd 12/08 P.O Box 1046 l'' 1-2 a 311Mro* Ants;
    Appliance Center 438. S. Walnut St. 2 B* HOUSE with Move and refrigerator' "
    WOOD HEATER Air tight. Insulated pipe Itpd 1208CROCHETED furnished.' largedeck, $195"month; JUUrO. ...Fla.. 32M4 From MM** to 297*. : '

    and 12/08 fixture Included.. 9646613. Itchg CHRISTMAS ITEMSi Ideal' fan' ,....I07I.'tchq 12/08 .;;riu; '. .. 475-107. J t ,.
    gift.giving or decorating. Phone ., ," l .
    FOUNDATION MATTRESS R HEADBOAROt 964.III71" s: inr, .nd nnssURROUGHS < Ta. ... .. ih'i ______ lit. 153' W./ Mark.R ,
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    $25: Men's top coat like new. ;; : "' : '
    ISOM Mini-Computer. A wlii 1 1L ,'poti.,9u-saiz
    $29. 9645177. Itchg 12/08 rrliwlr
    Auto Reader. with
    for
    ELECTRIC $50 ,$125. program 'Subscribe : : ;
    STOVE ; refrigerator ,
    general ledger financialstatements, < : ?
    Both In good condition. 'Call 964-4610.. payable I payroll. under TodayLFLQR.E.AN& iIIIIJIG TTi .
    Presently
    4.9 P.M.llehg 12/08 -:'- i d: 1 ,'."1, ..-t..f. ..y.'. .
    maintenance ogr$4.500. Nina ," .':" '.. .r .
    COIN$300.OPERATED 9648484. 12/08 POOL tfn TABLE 3x7 ft. 964.5143.Itpd 12/08 ,.2ir thru (S'.' I r : -. .. .

    .99 FOOT TRAVEL TRAILER. Self. !
    KENMORE A/Ci 1400 btu. best offer Fast Rotary
    contained. Gas, water, frlg.,
    Kenmore ;:
    gas range, continuous cleanIng I Drilling Equip.s
    bathroom $800 be i i
    stave Can
    oven and lots of other features, seen at t..I,.. '
    Bedford ..... v
    Lake Koytton.ltchlll21 yr
    !. REALTY 1
    $200. FIRM. 964.8148.
    Itchg 12/08 fs ." .. .. '.
    FENDER GUITAR with strap and tarrying 1 s s47376$3'L.eeIfane' ,, sj"'j r v.tjpji.* 4'fV!

    : case like now,.$179-. Colt 9647944._ 964-7700, '3 y*,O1 Ma*l I*McOancsieli-Slarlt* ,Pr fn NJ'' .
    ... .
    ,. 393 N. Temple Ave. ;"! .t.':..' -:- + t'.... Iv,kr Z. *' ,'. : ,
    & Y.l'811d1alr.Parfvi I l. i1. T ,
    Vernle P. Odom/Broker- ,//-'few :. R. '" ,

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    t 1 World BookEncyclopedia ,/ j \1'tf ,
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    Bu ,.......Ade,Io.Tap: O.dorNOW ;V n ,.Q. ,30*. ;Pl.iifnu') ", .....2.16 or 4..2901 :!
    Aerabks-Boys B Girt .Poe screen. t. ., 4'I' :
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    4 .d. 110Christmas Delivery" edSackporctUGood : ." "I __Uew[i rnstaiiaj;* ..
    b.g locations::Brick," .
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    ell In Keyrtems. Height, Phone 96.4.6774as7757' 11II2 iIIA.o"noplac.; .; Idcovnrty I ,.. *- '. : ":
    Cell John I .. Quiet', '.,..., I F i atv/n.' .t.t' r. 1 GHT.t.
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    "' Owner financing. Omyihwft
    .A"n.M., JUST REDUCEDWalkingdistance I""i4 *. # 11** ** *.i 4 t'v,**.B 1.: 0r ':
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    Rent ,-uptownA. ,. : a B4t, PUMPVsupply I'
    firnploce, coMpact M..lot. 1"d .' 4 '

    fIf room.Call la *...>;.. $." 14ar1t.'s lovely .i4 landmarL, ,
    -76' OA 301 South. Owner fiom.a+ 'COM1'A11! ; Ac: res.

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    THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BB Hm.rack, ,top oil. lofg:.or' moll .....1 964.7065'lrckg 2/C8 J r r Will' "01". Earning port C. REALTYPHONE
    potential Ul 6 mo OP C.o''CI
    HELD RESPONSIBLE FOX load .350.V.L'h.at. *
    MISTAKES Ph. .
    IN 782-3172. BRADFORD 1978 CHEVY) IMPALAl *IOQ.MO pr, month aftv i
    IIii that,
    CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD II TAKEN OVER. UMBROCK SALES: tfn 714MOBHB AC, radio"4700' "'........ 964-5494; Itpd Tf" r $400.1900.: Don't call, unlt. you ,ar*
    - THE TELEPHONE. HOMB REPAIRS IS yaar* ex '12/08 Mrlout and
    UJ can atortlm"ocIlo.I Call
    'Clanlflad ..deadline 14 TUESDAY. ,parlance'' working with m/h. H. you 1978 FORffl CDUWERi 4.paad. four naw ;;,.; : ,noont.
    - ,NOON.. prior to Thursday publication ..J. '".ocI'n\oroo' also .cutiomlwd 'Add-A- radial tlfa.. Run 'good. T.I.phtnt. SubscribeToday A, 964-7776
    ()o. t. Minimum'" chore-I. IS words for$Z75;-' 'Room built folk ..tlmata*'. call :laTJMSOB.1 ,Itpd 12/0 NOTICi'
    '",' I than 10 cant* for each word tl.,........; ; 96<1-1'n4. tI1S'tIn, 1967.,$GOUr 44f Rebuilt angina, w..wi. i-Th* Board of Govamor* of (the, Stork*. t tSTARKE TEw ii o.R 205 M. Temple, Starfctt.

    ear ,'J UMODEUD..ROOM'ADDITIONS!! ,. palm .. ,icm.! naw pqlnt. ,'4'.|lu lHt"bigres.! awn I t,Brodford County Chomb' 'of, Cam.matt. -
    YARDSAIE1 ting and plumbing repair; 25 years.*. ,maw port. $l.400{ Ph one' .t64 h ;"',. liwIte.:lnd1Y1dv.I l .lnf. ..{h.d.to- .
    : ,, ...,1."... All work. ,guoront..d 13/08 2tcho 2/15, l, iiv apply ,for ni'b: iKicwlly. RADIATOR
    i rin t i ii ii i ii i\\\\ i ,: j ._. H I. : ""nPloym. ; ,
    9640738." tfnEXPEWINCEO 1 47 300..' r '
    9/19 FORD % TON PICKUP., 6 tyk SL\ ; Sscr.tory,
    924 WOODLAWNi Flnt dirt'rood on tha PAINTER Neat w.lt. Interior O/IG..1rQn.mIt.lM'' u'lIItyL r'. ; 'How Long to Apply??To >. po.tmarhdy' SERVICE .
    - right, one block pott .$tart.. Elamnrtary or exterior." Free. tlmo' )*.:, bad,'amatfanl' condition:Will ....... for2Mlfcontalnad "f c.ty, by noon, pacwnbar M.: 1983.Ef .- / on

    .8ct>ooI. ChrlMmo >ornament Reasonable 'rates whir goad! camp trallar.,. l. ft. long, 'fljj ';(Location of Application: Bradford tA I .
    tY'd.. baby Item ancll Uor*. Saturday.: Dec reference: Coil 964-S177, 11/17 tm- or longar. Ph. 78J-3239. Itpd 12/08 .ffl f,,County Library, 105 .. Jo -. St.,
    - I 10. 9 o.m. til 3 p.m. Itpd 12/08 .FLOORS SAGGING HOUSE UNUVSLf 1971 CNSVY TRUCKi long wheel ...*., ,, Storks. Florida 32091,
    BIO SIDEWALK SALSi Oo-Drop-fn Bargain Need ;foondotlan repairs .W. can T/H/D. P/T/R.. sa.OOQnll/ **, now point" "I rAppllcation.to b.mailed'tot Pr oon.I'l lCommltt .

    p... F 'Hou*. US 301 S. Stark. SaVe1 Money itolva' your probl_.. .Coif flJl" 'free lob, .....,eon I-, *4.6330, )WOS'l'M_; ':1.1.( \; .*. Chamber of;:Commrc*,

    'Da Your Chrtetma Shopping With U.. 'ectlmot; LeRua and 'Clark-. Horn, tfn .J. P.O. Bon 129 Stork, Florida not,. Dear Friend ct Neighbor
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    18. II GARAwGi" S Saturday. 96. Itchg 12/08 Repair. (904) 2..3160' '04' .284-7099. 1978-css' y".CAPRICR1AP1bAUht2dr; : ;;; ...u..... era _1_, In. addition to
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    SALS.SATURDAY. DEC. 10 9 til' 11/17 4tpd 1305IAIYSITTING eoup..fdatocywirewbeels'crulalsnn-) S A4; application: "_Mars- In T.r,1, Thank you for your confidence In buying
    1 dark. 225 W, two mile from -.-.,.. IN MY HOMES "aaonow.ro' 'trot illt.wheel' PS; 'a,AC. Good tlra*"'''
    '* took for.,lgn.. 3.9' i ho boat motor, "1tC. ,On Hwy.30E North. Ask far lonnla A tike 1or: ?.$' r''I'b,7q31307,1tpd"N00 l .'5" ''couraOMl to apply. S letlon' will b*. Ask .far Randy or Dave comm rlcal proportion through Trwlllogar -
    "X trolling. motor full'*t WIt_ CrawforaVi96-7464w' 3tchg 12/08'' ;/ J"A mod
    golf y -< ] by. .a, Jlv-mmb )frtonnl.Xommln -
    Pan' '!Flubs*EMcallant cond. Clothe: adult i' .12/08) ': FORD THUNOIIIItOI'WI whaall.. 1''J Ii i?B?. ** oppoliild by polio /Mayo 964-6810 Realty/ ,

    I children,. Baby .Item*.' handmade NERD PART''TIMI" 'MECHANIC'. WORK, ,PS, PS, AC V.lour lmarlar new t\,.*.- "t{f '..*.I..n'/ Board of. Oavarnani.. 12/01 cost. MWT :t01 |5 Ij Without/ your frlondthlp/ and fruit Wa
    >1. ; 'pillow i craft. Itchg 12/08 o. ....dobl., reliable, ,....onoblo'ra. .., $4,500-h.: 712-33111"/'; ,.2tchg 12/08 wleii aJ.v.: roAlllfl
    .11, BAYIESS .. .. 431" : ltpd0012/011: .' : would not have been able to occompth1h
    HIGHWAY Off .100. Gait mil. 1)17.) ,or 78z.3951 12/pl, : (' rr" DESK CLIRK WANTlOt 3'P.M. tit 11 P.M. T
    first dirt.rood on right,third trailer on, 'Stchg! 13O5'GIANDMA':>> ''" ',mJQP', CHEIOKEllt,4'4x4, .aa3'2960,' ; Apply.In panon only. Econa Lodge, 301 services/ to this area'that we have
    ,. loft: Three faml".*, Household good. WILL' BABY SIT Naw Yari'' '" 07.700:>> ,, 11Chg 12101 : ,.S; N. Stork'Itchg 12/08 I been pleated/ to provide for the pall rain.years. .
    '0 I h fcloth. and odds 8 end. Itchg 12/08 Eva. Children, -or the elderly. 1$ Rays you can '!buy<"|*.p* for'' $44. v1' '..APPUCATION8, NOW RWtKt 'AKBN' for' .
    '. 1103' PRATT STREET Home inferiorScratch RaoMmoble rate.. 9646362.12/012tpd through the US Oovarnmant? Get the r"fact. :p.rsors with 'kltchan .Nence' In
    '., i Dent Sal. Saturday. Dec. 10. 12/08 todayl'Call" I ((312) 742-1142.. at,' ''?I I cooking' salad. bar baking'.xp( d*..*..... May you have Happy Holiday

    '. .-.. Picture*,'ccanca/Christmas mei". .MACHINE" ; QUU.TIN0I Crib to king'slz., l .-,'',/ ::1609d2lplleo ? ,U"t_> ,. .' '0/1/ ,*.P.'1_"A twoIlrss,; ,0'10'' motel And may God blest you and yours.Cecelia .
    chandlw' ,othr''min >Batty'Hltd.brond, 964-8122.,,12/Ot 9tpd ........ ... '
    : Item*. '''chg'o ,', '!: HOMH'FOR'sAll '., L, **.* Apply:Mm parton-ahly;\ / Terwlilegar
    ,12/08 0126'JIRRWI % >5' TRAIL MOTH t RESTAURANTS! lowty., :

    NORTH , Friday .Dec 9. Keracwta h ; ..tlma'.*. 24-hr. larvlca. 00. JNIANDY rtRSONSV .POR,3YARDWORK,
    cloth sm 12/OS/ ... .. BY; OWNER* 924Weediewa. M'.'2 BA'j&; ,;, ,
    baby Item. Itchg\ _. 469-1119. .pon.0.. 2lchg 12/08 a *'I, carpentry, plumbing,/.pqlntlno.! .Ioc.! Cash Register '*SPECIAL* *
    So r. 'MINI FLEA MARKET 1080 Pine SI. SotIIri fORSYTH,,'PAVIWOi, .Specializing In .w/cedor ;kflngv', ps.LR.. :, DR.FR \! trleol' work In.,Stork*.' W44l58.Jtpd'l
    0 day. Deer 10.. 10 a.m. ta 3 p.m. Also ,'>..* holt and llmecoch: Free estimate*, wrploc: CH/A, fenced yard wIthin'walking **' ('2/01 For Sal.. Beautiful Blue Country Kitchen

    . have pace available far your, ..*...., -,43 -Y219' or 43M022. Itchg 12/08 : 'dltlent*"'-of achoot'li''.CalI. '*'*+*t l''' PER aoNrH Guur; .ntW. to .tart $399. Off Sr. If, 54th Ave. Board/bat

    W.will oce ptdonotior>.:For Day Corr' 'I"IYIIT.IN MY' HOMIb'r a1'or'Nght. <964-8268.il/17tfn1 .I V', H i' '"If you qualify Ullmg and *arvlcliM" lit. ten contt. on 1 cleared At. Low
    N'I 1N "< Raovanabla rot*..Call ;964-4226.. BUV OP THB VJARIi 2 BR?'1 BA CB hom'e.Xvf, ,_ .' ar Rent far'.. $M. month
    I. .Canter.' :j i For' MOre-Information.. ',call. 1 ,. Jan) ''n.u ltarlte-Waldql or....; Call I" ? utll.
    964-67M. "Itchg! 12/08 21012tcht12I1S .. v *-- Furnlthed.r i'Flnenclng't'ev.ilaber'tjTt4684323.,12OL1fn / '1-743-2833 aril-724.7600..12/00.2tpd R.n3 Nearly new., Best Drinking

    " 1 u 'I"WOAec... lot 03'I4;(\ .m:.onHi. FORSYTHt" SEPTIC TANK SBRVICE1"'20yaor ..r.:1'1: ;'';',;.' Office Furniture Wate( In the County I
    hoop: Follow' the *l hs.. At' tacondrallreod *' _,...a-. 24-hour **rvkr "FOR SALE OR RENT NoaiMreitla.: Dock',*> ''MOBILE HOMES,
    1 t .. 431.1219 or 431-1022..Itchg 6408AYSITTINO 'end boot"houiaft-468-2e97.-1 ud 12/087 7!!':. .Weekly
    . track left Itpd 12/Oq 'OWNERT (12 /::1OR SALE: '. AN EXTRAORDINARY VtllA-J BR..11>10 BA.
    a' CHRISTMAS SALE) Gift Item and lock,, $ IN MY HOMEi. FtKd-ln .Str..t,3IR Eppenon-- : Monthly I IBy TWO Lovely fum. home FOR LEASE.S03 .
    back yard. Will feed b.taakfat I lunch .'21A. CB chain link f.nc.'cy- .
    Muffar.. "
    Ing Reasonable'I prk* :.Old Year
    I II N. CHURCH ST-Well bulk, J-rtry. 4 BR. CH/A.
    -Caurthaue/ FrIday Doc.'9 9-2.pain.' plus two'*nack. *. On GruNts oop.' .Call, 964-6431 or 964-681.3., 12101 2tod 12/19_ 1''y">.I A I W MOBILI- '. 1LES'kew and $42OOO-RD230. "rick home. CH/A. Fenced kj. (at.

    -Itchg ,M/08. ;:' ::: 9644290., 12/08 2tchg 12/19 *''.IIA .' .}' ..,..;i' uid mobll horn..for.'Mia. Woltar :' 321 iUTUR TSRRACI-4/2 an I...*.'
    - .- 1889 S. COLLEV ROADS Saturday Dec.IXt SAIYSrri INGt.Will bobytit In my home "J\i' I I ,.. The
    Flrepleca..Cathedral Celltag (Bud) Alva invite you to coma out FACING GOLF COURSI-L.vely MR, 2 IA. Own.fist
    I IC > ,10. 9-3 Po...,Clo..... and pilF'lt.ms,: ; 'Monday ;through ,Friday.sphone, W.... ... and brow .. Highway 17- South
    1 ,..964-7660..12/08 2tchg 12/19, IJIJDII. a 'TCkMataSdwal COZY 3 BR, 1 BA C/I-L.ur. ... '-....
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    .Itpd 12/08 Office
    " ie i Polotka flo.J2S.95Q' on 32. <1682. In Shop
    GARAOI'SALIaadtvre.D.c.mberfO9 r BAKER L P GAS INC.! Family owned and HANDSOME CONTEMP. 3 BR, T/i IA"poRin .
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    ''c tt; LAaGI.ntal.'AA.UL'. ( (VA.RUt.Cglwee.itsl5flsessing yv. ''Stork, coil RoyJWali* ,f64. 251. 9/22: ,
    operated W. *.ll or,rant tank and HEIGHTS-3/2, .itucc ; V4 A*.
    <. ? a.m. ill 3 OWNER FINANCING 12x60, 2 BR, Itt W. ball
    110
    ill furnish cytlndan,W. solicit cu.to'mr. Sl1.1OO' BRICK en 1% Ac. All emennhw. $68,000.'

    n Ie | ni .1 Gene rp.meSiote Or. Itpd Rd. 12/08 16.Gran( ]. ,, Acre, 706. 'who own their' own tank. .* Call CHASTAM' CONSTRUCTION '.!; '1'10'IA.In Patlcv CRy''ot' utility$tork..4.468-1333.12/01 bfdg.ii am 110' 110'M l 964.5764 '713 MADISON ST-Owner iteming.( 3 I.47 ..
    239-6812'or, 239-6810. '12/O84tchg> ACRES-Attract. antique "hema. Pecan tree*.
    ON,JOI N Of Sladlng .. ..tyLawtey.nlJ. ,j
    ; HEMYLiNjB'IfOMB* ;;
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    J' ti.IClath.t Ags4duj nd FA 11 qn., Bird.ltur 12/29'' r ,' >+- >' '" '''. it J ClNftlthOI N'SMrke' ) FINE RtSIDENCR-U Ac.-.... ....... 1320_ 881.
    +4 HNL W IAW8OPi'Can+dn.' 'CNRISTMA\ $ "CALI Me..1'Ci Ian ,. "." "10 ACRES New Home wIG.... ___ ,.
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    .harponillil.fl .
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    tel B J.If ,
    r. 1ccage ferfetF.Petat ltcheol. b-03 DsWr IUdId.
    yY'a aS o' ;
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    "t' eds. '
    ...c I.. air s1Ae.AlraMpSIAMe.Str.Itrie100 o--L- ._ < sr I_ Inbalaricsd. / gbl.'S- bS'+OUtlrse.room 4,4aM1.1: ; ;.,... .i! A< *,>cloths, toolsv..rtoys. .-y-: '. II .' .' "' .J.-:2:"' : ,If".r.! .. ... .\ ,.pew"'I:_,,__ .,UwfIey.o- ,,'I"oj-f..v! '
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    II .clothe edd t .....,.... miles M.-,100. Leave ear ,Jocltwn OulidingySupply homo.> }. dxM"8411x52ZS8,800r, ""' :. '' CORNER LAFAYEnB ORANGI-,.' Ac. $!.,...:

    II I HiSouth.. Rain or,ohln. .' Itpd 12/08 ,}.f Lake ...In.10'$tarke.. TFNchg Keystone,", Height. or, (hI. .Carport/eat-In/kltchan Workroomtor.room,'ut/lltyroorrn!/. don oi'.9 \} ,. ', "f01Ox30-$4,300, u/ttlSALL9ri7 ,-:3 BR 'IIAMII'II.IOO. Ejic.l.Cal-Mali_..... X ......
    30.000-MADISON. Farmer bldg.
    foodb 12/08 ,
    I b- COUNTRY QUI.ITAm. OH Slot( itchy
    ,GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Poor, window acre. of,land. Auumabla ,8X 'FHA,rtemortgage .
    -230 .. Saturday DM. ,10. Beginning 9 197. 'oaANDtn 24x92; ; portlolly." fur.Mshd HAMPTON OAKS-J .lot.
    of. $35,9004 .
    .sac JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY.964.6WS..Ord.rd'alsa approKlmata > and condi NEW & USED I be..... wooded lot.
    ..m, GIGANTIC GAKAGB SALE. )lZV Sol* prka. $46.000. Move (h.how and axtra* m'vry good BESSENT ROAD-Vary Ig;
    E Lake'
    ,; {clothing, 1977 Ford/, Granada ...,.c. ','Kud.r, 496-3O79and token .In pay rnt;'cloi* on''or about March 1, tion. $8,900. Colt 964-8)19. Itpd 12/08 We Finance Our Own 'M ACRES 'rl.... land aft SR-J3S.W.OOO Ac.
    Kouuhotd "Rams.' Law KeystoneHlght HM HOUSI TRAIlERi lOxSO. Inquire at 719 .. Lour. St. $22.000..
    II Ilg .Bargain! ( ,47 -4973. 2/26 tIn 1984: i Call, 964-7J62 day'/47376S8vnlng KIRBYS
    I'rl-.I: 1Ipd 2/08 > .. 'FAMH.Y HAIR DESIGNERS- and W lconda.,Cou..try' llv, Bradford Barbar' Shop, 'ocroM''from ROYALS -4.71Itc.. 11000. Own. fin. Wilton Rd. 4 230A.:
    ;; \ with .. Bodcock Furniture Itpd 12/08 REPAIR SHOP. Hampton. Owner flnancad.MM ..
    I t Ii, 144W.C&1S..: 9647300 Ind city eonvenl ne.,12/001tehq EUREKAS
    LAND FOR SALE, i( 'Open '_. "" 9 til 8:30Sa 12/13 HOOVERS :. 3/2 an 1 a*.. 801. $32.000

    .. ,> .-'AM""PM. ', RAIFOROAAK1 BURIR cBS ho..... ;3 BR, '. HANDY HOUSE '!EDWARDS ROAD-ll Flu Acra
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    ELECTROLUX
    :ANot'AI- N.e.ssiry7tin 1',4. bath..III'Y 'gorogeJ1, ... .. ..
    .0 'TEN 1 AC LOTS facing P.leeuiat.Grave. ')/ -_. ....":::;-; :.. >' 1* W.'ft/on r cwrat 28900. ,1;. 43L Rd.: $3,993, $400 down- $70 'month I.: : ; ': Acoonsvs 1AUHN OUTIAW M4.* *
    a ; ... down.Hor SR12I end Sinclair Rd, By, 1 12x24 initontl&i'roa; oVBadro '" SEARS I ...,...
    Call 9645606.1S tfn SR-d 7Brook.rAd. ; !XRnl. :tl:..VWANTTODRINKf;; : _,..,.'.1'.7",41 or 792-8861' ....n.' Dallvarail>> to your lot''' COMMERCIALWe WAVNI Nova WAr OOUOtAt- _.... root pAY.sutus..e1H.MAITNA OSA.TNN/KA11.

    THREE 1 ACRE LOTS en THAn YOUR BUSINESS 'Ing. I2IOI2tpd. 13/J9 > repair all makes oomto mxmMAMtNf ANOV COVt M4.M*
    $2.999. $300 downr$33,.q'month' WANT TO STOP TMAFS OURS ... $2408" t n..nS aMLONGCHAMP.
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    964-9606.9/19 .
    Akahallc Ananymav* Special. i9' 'Ai Young'sipce,1957
    NO DOWN PAYMENT/6WNSR FINANCE, 944-41SO '944-S434. ..*..... ,'. I'' '. 'MOTORCYCLESH77'fK9NDA"a0i'Adpul > 'e : '12x1$ Boot$h.ltal $379, ,
    lNG,. All. loti' zoned, commercial 0.3.Easy . 't .
    ALANOM FAMILY GROUP ,. '.:..:..;,;.. : '.' $ :
    term Coll 964-707T to .*. lot. \ HOMES
    ( lt
    : 96162HMISCELLANEOUS ; ownr..
    / : Low' Imil. I 6918. r
    Goad mvaitment 10/06 tin'' 964
    property. ..... $150. 964-8640.:. 11/17 tfn SUZUKI-KAWASAKI -
    I > .APfROXIMATSLY 18. ACRiS'.oo'Stote HAnEY-DAVIDSON CO: Elect,.- "5 Hwy.JIU ........$ .....* 3 Mlles north of INC.
    "m : Half In cultivation holt In
    229.
    , ,'.' Rood timber. $2.000 ocr!;. Ownerbu ,:;, I GI.... F.l.H. pack.... Lai' than 4,000 :., '" SUrtB en US 301
    per '
    young
    , will financeVat; )OX" ;In-.' ,.".'*.,..Call.ft. .- '&,? FRIE'TO OOOO"HOMEi" ,"Two ........ e< ".. I;.'..964.7944..1tpc112/01..11.*. Extra claan.i. if'3300" '> '&CollI StarkeFlorida
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    .. V964-6930' 12/08 tfn puppl_ Different typaColl; 964-581 I 1197*,HONDA 488t$600*r bat oH.Can :crGKt''. *3 Bedroom Brick Veneer Home
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    n.. Subscribe Today'BRADFORD /," '" anyHm.Keep l trying Don't give upl I ...., *. n at JIMffor4' ak.. K.". _., ;, r :I' -1'Bath; CH/A:. Carport; Utility Room;
    I .U/Oltfn' V ,.* ." i. THE '
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    12/08 1'1
    I : : COUNTY; ; IHAICUIHODUCtSI Call mU you ndlhmi .;.Itcrig ; t .. ,-"" "", ... Carpeting.

    , sal ,. TELEGRAPfi, Whol....'. plan also _"obl.. -"' ON YOUR LOT.
    Call Muni/ 782-3790. 12/01 4tchfl 12/22 WANTeD CHRISTMAS
    """ 964-6305 At
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    AXltt;" ; ** four lira*. $31 ,80'000
    ;I. .".-- ( ,r:,"" :, ,,'.nO; "ftlLJ ''RTi" HlghMt price aald e Graan'WUlng I '
    ." d Ltm.rock Well I Shop.. 301 South., Storka. Fl.. 964-9007, .S Different PUni of FlnaDIn,.
    ".1. & ;\ Drilling!
    ,;; : .I' 11/03 tfnchg1. child receive Interest SUrUng at 4X la 13'/ ".
    Yes
    'S IutRepolrti'! !your can a
    \ f AXRW$TIRtSi For mobile hams. Olin s. If YOU QUALIFY
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    .. .i"S; of:' '''A 1I6- .n. .. ,',.Mobil Horn + i personal letter front SANTA.. .
    .,/ i" h., '"""" | ; *',SoWfl :,vColl ,964-9606.. i ,'okdonn..C.n
    : ,,",_. I$..Ltawsid i............. 10/" Hn* :'i: -fc. t'4 (Pcttmarked! from Christmas.' ) 964.6853Ul
    ...............,..... rtFe1i.6o OALj SUOA, .I 0lLMtCall( 782-3449. '
    'COMMEXCIAl! "11.0. <;* "; .S.5 Pleas send printed, name and

    2.000... ft. (at,017 5aO.,>... j address ;With zip cod on a 'file
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    BEAUTY ; 1IWfW.5 fc W
    II 1 Ac. /_ll and Mptte' card ,or '''x5'' plain Paper! with" EO,

    j tank Ownw'no.t' PIONEE&IiLICTRIC ..child's."nam printed on' bottom o
    I jI .2* At. Own*fipanclnCOMMIRCIA6 ,'ao' 2
    ; BIDOf fc ;, right: "'"'
    2.000 ft. lot. $17,500 TtakPoI.S .
    sq. ? Enclose $2.00 cash'.or money

    EB iI't'- "BEAUTY, skating' ''SHOP.rinIC,bqrWhop sots..qulpment *?) J tt 'TNR.U t' : syl Ur. ,order.. Sorry,, no orders postmark- (It, ]

    $20.1.SPORTSMANEM:" o ;cr111ZISTt4 1Sp ,'edaftr..Dec14th: accepted.., Nohacks' ;

    'Fish, camp: \ Sampson: Lok ;,' Off!! ? ftBiEilI ,.' i .accepted due fo process .-'oS... Co, r
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    2.72 oc, !" ft..an ,Ing tlrnev '
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    son Iok.,760 h._M, _.' enG
    bar'room, pane' ManA be> 7 I paean tr..N neat Mgif" toe CrlelsabeckftCo. ),
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    Aitackf.( .. the&r:J'flvliiortn t 'P1 G T U'1E. Good road. V'c4O j ? Post Office Box 105 C

    > beat. Rtch*>,n.S + iF2/-Approa/r ,* qe4xsts200r '
    U;" .14 AC-lawty.8eau M plc.a .Christmas' Fl 327090105MONiYBACKGUAiRANTK t:ti'CIJ t'
    3 k *N, Ouss alp fib'',. t 't '
    fenced.
    ,Imp pature MAif6. S 1
    walk) 13 t"Ivet.1i25O ;, h 'Cvs'oM, t' p .
    All,0" ': sy,0ta1 E
    T&Jk17Y' +,.sli{ w.
    .3O, ,,ACRES w/Mablla fly
    Ham*. Bern > <' ..Olhancl .
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    ed/',2',..lg.' a" 9 l,, y, &HEH1,,
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    Fruit ttaai,
    )ldethroom parch Mist,, ...e...' : ; S-, A1"9 4r0+'brA h 1't. NEWMS.TAILATIOMI. ,

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    house to pick up map of the tour and
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    tour, guests will return to the club
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    7 : Tickets for $3 adults and $1 for salvia and asparagus fern is at the
    : children may be purchased from Mrs. end of the driveway near the entrance
    Silver Karr W.H. Thomson, club members, or at of a spacious two-car garage complete -
    the door. with sink and cabinets.
    !Decorative .yM The Tour includes four homes, two This attractive home has three
    Picture churches and a shopping complex. bedrooms and 21i! baths. On the right
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    L. 'FrainIy ; wards Road at Bradford Square IsJohnson' with raised brick fireplace..The large
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    W ;" beautiful collection of pine trees has fountain yard beyond. On the
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    family bedrooms. An unusual Jar is
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    land mf\S-on R-1te'yust J north of Starke to /; 'assault, three counts of battery of I ,
    Woman Arrested Juan 'A;'fand Janet W. Chaves for law enforcement officer''"and ene
    Caused Disturbance $23,000.: i count of introducing contraband. into '
    Wyvonna Thorpe sold a parcel of a state institution. I MOTORS w
    Lola Griffin Wilson of Starke was land on CR 225 northwest of Heilbron The charges against Sampson were
    arrested December 3 aiH charged Springs Myron J. and. ,Maria, Pig- filed after the June 23 stabbing attackon
    with disorderly Intoxication accor- gott $15,800.Damage two UCI sergeants Randy Gentry
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    ding to Patrolman Paul Rhoden.Starke forte and Randall Branham '-which also 206 W.; Mu1dsti n 9641200"'L"
    police were called to a distur No Injuries resulted In ",injury of another UCI
    once at the Econo Lodge at 10 p.m. correctional officer; Gary Rupert\
    were Wilson was alledgedly very in- In US-301 AccidentA Branham was stabbed in.the backas
    toxicated and cursing. Ford received$1,000 damage he walked from the dining area Into
    Wilson was released after she when it was struck in the rear by a the main housing unit at- UCI. He s ,'.
    posted a $50 cash bond. Mack truck December 1. told the Jury he suffered collapsed' .
    I George Thomas Bute Box, 61,of Ft. left lung that kept him away from a D
    Mack truck,failed work for 12 weeks. Gentry wan stabbed
    White,driving a 1978 "
    'Bradford'Land Sales to see the Ford which was making In the wrist when he tried' to help 'r't> Santa t ,Comes
    As of December 2 .a right turn on US-301 near CR-100 at Branham. J.\t',
    2:13: according to Patrolman Rupert suffered two crocked 'ribs,
    pm. Ford
    Land. Sales in Bradford County pavid Crum. when he pushed' a stretcher into o Early\ at,
    recorded on December 2 include the There was no damage listed to,the Sampson in an attempt to, help
    following; truck. The Ford was driven by Branham and Gentry. You'll I :SAVETHOUSANDS
    ,18 acres of land Just south of, Christopher G Chambers, 69, of Circuit Judge R. A. (Buzr.y) Green, ,r 19844x4108"' :.! ,, :,
    Heilbron Springs were sold by Annette Starke, Jr. sentenced Sampson to r total of 95 hanger
    V. and Gilbert P. McClelland to years; 30 years for each count of attempted ,
    Rodney M. and Kim Griffis for UCI Inmate Gets murder, five years for each ,W.B.. .
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    Tetstone sold an acre of land south of' Correctional Institution In- IS years for the contraband charge .Power:Steering' k ,
    Lawtey to David ,G" and Susan 'O. mate Gerald Sampson was found guilty which' Involved the possession} of a : t, ', '
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    John Mann sold five acres of land' Circuit Court on seven counts In the Sampson was allowed ..to, defend '
    just south of Heilbron Springs .to stabbing attack- on two correctional himself after he threw a chair at court $9495: ;
    Dolph E. Reddish for $4,000. officers and sentenced to a total of 95 appointed attorney Rick Replogle. In .
    Hunter Enterprises, Inc. sold on years in prison. spite of this violent outburst. Sampson Wrap'ne', up
    Middleburg Rd. in Lawtey to Danny The Jury found Sampson guilty on sat quietly during hU trial. He .
    and Ann M. Leggitt for $44,500. two counts of attempted first degree declined to cross examine moat of the "
    Robert L. Yeager sold a parcel of murder'one count aggravated state's witnesses. '"?..' QrCh'i'-4las; :

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    screen w/ondirons, $20. C/B directional outgrown bike. Hardly used, like new. seen by appointment only after. ;3 p.m. | door locks, west coast mirrors,'conv. ,:\ W.B.. 300 six.,4 speed manual' {", t ,
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    $75. Colt 473-7293 after 6 p.m. 12/8 condition.When new,$310. Am asking' group, Bght group LT235 ((16)) f: "
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    $930.Topper for late model El Cameno operated We"sell or rent tanks and;
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    $230. Console stereo, $30. 473-2291
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