Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01422
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01422
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ifrw i, Fire' Protection Law Due



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fire protection ordinance will be the same situation as the City of torney fees, medical examiner fees
I- ready for the county commission to Starke funding recreation when it the TRIM or truth in millage bill
examine and study at the Jan' ,,4 can't afford to, said Commissioner court system, state attorney and
meeting. Attorney Dudley Hardy.told Lawrence Mosley. public defender office space, jail
the board Monday.Dec. 7.:' ,'( related mandates county audit, and
"Don't put it on us in a meeting'and Agreed to install a fourth turning over state roads to the coun-
expect us to vote on it," said Commissioner telephone- line into the courthouse.The ties to maintain.
Maxie Carter. Jr: Hardy ex-'' move is a recommendation of the
planed he will draw up a proposed or state Department of General Services Agreed to use gas with a minimum
dinance without a'fee and the county: has no choice octane of 89, at the request of Sheriff
the county SCheduiekand reported clerk Gib Brown. Dolph Reddish who says his patrol
from there. ;: cars ping on 87 octane gas.
Commissioners Indicated they plan Was told by clerk Brown that
to charge a fee on vacant land which jurors are increasingly using the toll Was presented a map of county
Polk County does not A'fee schedule free line'to phone in to find out the roads made by the North Central
has not been finalized, however status of a court case they are assigned Florida Planning Council.
A 4-man Bradford delegation has to serve on. The line really saves
visited Polk County last week to find his office staff a lot of work and timeit Was hosted at: lunch at the school
out how that fire protection ordinance used to spend notifying. jurors, farm by the Bradford High FFA
w ;operates and to get ideas on drawing Brown said.Passed Chapter.
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I up such an ordinace for Bradford
aunty, a resolution sent out by Reported that the Speedville Road
'._ Polk officials cautioned the Bradford Holmes County requesting the state to off SR-21 near Santa Fe Lake, is being
1. CatchingThe delegation that the ordinance not pass any more mandated pro- surveyed for paving in the near
N :won't be perfect, the first year and grams for the county to fund, such as future. The three mile long road will
'not to expect that said Commissioner the Medicaid program mental health be one of the least expensive to pave
I iW.E. Hodges. Fees and regulationswill (Baker and Myers Act), indigent of any in the county, said Road Chair
S need to changed commissioners hospital care indigent court and at- man Maxie Carter
said, as the county gains experience

i :in operating the fee system. Polk I ...-'- .\t'l'VJ'I!. ''t.? l!!, .-. ...
T. charges$26 per building but the Brad-
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ford commissioners said Monday the
"j .charge per residence here can probably
a be made less than$26 if a fee is :

: .charged on vacant land. Bradford is
i ii Spirit.. shooting for $10 to $15 per residence.
i ....,. ..' Members of the delegation were :
..r Parade winner, St. Edwards Commissoner Lawrence Mosley, attorney :
Catholic Church float gets to the end Dudley Hardy, Property Appraiser WW 'i 4:
.. of the parade Saturday on Call Street. Jimmy Alvarez, and Commissioner
M wp People lined the streets all the way E.W. Hodges
Firemen from Heilbronn A
I from Bradford Square to watch the ,- Springs
tt .River, and.Starke have totally
1981 Christmas parade showing that
.. this year, at least,, they. hays &IIi i"'". g"hest that the special assessment is .
way.ta fund fire protection,.
Christmas fipirltiw y ? 4 r T
p I Commissioner E.W and
Christmas trees 'are : Hodges says,
everywhere including the Bradford I have congratulated? him for his stand

II I County Hospital and the Lawtey City against! ;'an additional mill of property w

Hall and in store windows. Norman's taxes: i iIn t"J Y
:; Farm got its first load of Christmas
trees in Monday, much to the. relief of other-action, the county commis- I
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Nook Lit Phillips Norman.borrowed the ladder off Passed: 'a resolution pushing : r- :

the fire truck to put light on Lawteyl aI
legislation to use the 3 cents per acre
tree, then was chastised by Fire Chief
assessed for the Department of r
Bill Crouse.
Forestry for ,training volunteer
"Scrooge! Philips commented.This firemen. It amounts to some $4,000 in 11'.J'...._.
horse with his bridle saddle
Bradford said
County, District
and saddle blanket show the Riding Forester "A.G. McCullers. The New County Judge...
+ Club has caught the Christmas spirit.
Veteran Starke George Pierce has been appointed
More parade photos on Page 16A., attorney
Passed a resolution supporting theDepartment county judge by Gov. Bob Graham.
of Forestry s effort to
gain $7.8 million additional state funding -
I to buy equipment and hire more
Christmas Parade Ushers in Holiday Season.
., .. foresters to fight woods fires. In this Pierce
dry period there were 14,000 fires Attorney George
The largest crowd in recent memory lined up for the employees of DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home. Benton which burned over half million acres
., 1981 Christmas parade Saturday afternoon. Dec. 5. Futch brewed coffee until the crowd left, then brewed in Florida last.year.: .
Several hundred hung around to sing Christmas carols some more to take to the Starke nursing home. "We just can t cope with the situation -
and to see the town's Christmas tree lighted at dusk. Stump's Department Store in Bradford Square reportedit ," said Director A.G. McCullers. Appointed County JudgeVeteran
It was a special time and a heart-warming feeling for was the busiest it has ever been Saturday afternoon. Recurring funds would be only 7.5
many. People came to shop and stayed for the parade,'many lining percent of that amount, since most of
The city planted the Christmas tree a tall cedar grown up an hour before the parade was to start. it will go to buy equipment, McCullerssaid. attorney George Pierce of Tench.

by Gerald Wilson. St.Edwards Catholic Church large float, mounted on a Starke is the new Bradford County The appointment is for the remainder -
The singing was led by Don Hardy. Bradford High semi-trailer from Container Corp. and driven by Joe Judge effective Monday Dec. 7, when of the term of former county
--chorat director and Billy McRae and Carole Stevenson Gissy won first place in the parade judging and the $50 Took under consideration a request he received a phone call from Gov. judge Elzie Sanders. Judge Pierce
who played the music on a portable electric organ.Mrs. cash prize.The Hampton Girl Scouts were second and won from attorney Jess Wolbert to Bob Graham announcing his appointwill have to run in 19X2 to keep his
Marian Douglas, beautifully sang "White Christmas" $35. Florida Bank at Starke was third and won $15. make part of the Starke Golf and ment. seat.

then led the crowd in a second singing of the song made. The parade is an annual event sponsored by the Brad I Country Club property off the tax roll. By the next day, the new judge was Pierce will take over the office of
the late ford County Chamber of Commerce. This year Chamber The move would save the Country albeit
enrobed in the late Judge PatJudge Sanders, who was recently ap-
pobireetoorr Hardy weCrosby.embers of the BUS and Manager Bill Wilson wanted to have the carol singing and Club some $400 of the $2,900 taxes it ten's worn threads, and sitting for

middle school choruses, lost no time in getting the crowd to light the Christmas tree. currently pays.If some civil cases. Judge Pierce has (see New Judge.... p.a.\
"involved. "This is really nice. The community needs more things the county allows this, the commission been assigned to county and circuit
Free coffee and hot chocolate were served by the like this." volunteered one lady after the Iin DC- would be getting right back in court duties by Chief Judge Benjamin

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I Increased Mobile Home Density Denied on Durrance Property Jl I

!:- An application by R.V. Durrance to cent to a church and the increased including built-up and extended drain -Sent a favorable recommendationto At its Monday, Dec. 7, meeting the
'rezone 21 acres 6 miles northwest of density of additional mobile homes on fields. the Board of Adjustment for ap County Commission upheld the zoning
Highways 16 and 225 from Open Ruralto 10,000 so. ft. lots would mean increased Zoning Board member Morris ) of a special exception sought board a recommendation to deny the J
RMH-2 was denied by the Bradford traffic that would be detrimental to Carter made a motion to delay a deci- Eva Courtnay on 5.09 acres in Durrance rezoning petition and also
.County Zoning Board at its November the church and other nearby residen- sion on the requested rezoning, pen- Woods for the purpose of approved the zoning board's recom-
24 meeting. tial property. He also said the proper ding further study by the board. He building a church for the Christ mendation for granting the Caverly
:;: The change would have allowed In- ty was low and poorly drained and, in was told by Zoning Director L.M. Evangelical (Lutheran) Church.. The request on Speedville Road.Inside. .'
creased: density of mobile homes on his opinion, might require elevated Gaines, however, that the board had property is now soned Single Family
the former J.B.White property, now drain fields and septic tanks. already had 30 days for such con- Residential. Courtnay was told he
owned by Durrance, which already sideration, and a vote was required at would have to submit a site plan on
has 11 mobile homes in place. The Warren Carver, County Executive this time. the proposed 2.100 sq. ft. worship- JAnI YJlec..lt,
:RMH-2 classification would have Director of the ASCS (Agricultural Member Wiley Langford then madea educational building.< ... CHORAL CONCERT Auditorium
:allowed one mobile home per 10,000 Stailizatlon Conservation Service) motion for denial of the rezoning -Gave Mervin G. Manning permission Two Sections I
'square feet, if central water system said the Durrance property has a Soil i which was unanimously. passed by the A) to advertise for public hearing on SECTION A: By BHS BMS p.m.Choruses
:Was: provided. Open Rural classicatlon -. Conservation Service rating of"severe" board. rezoning 21,000 sq. ft.nine miles south N.ws..Pag.s 1-3A.15A ..

requires an acre for each single for septic tank purposes In other action the board: of Starke on the southeast aide of Editorial.., .. .. .%.. .. .Page 4AI.Y.n.AL PJl, ,.._1}__
family dwelling. meaning that the water table is ,less -Granted Robert Caverly's peitlon SR-IOO from CC (General Commercial Socl.ty..Pag.s S. ,7A CIVITAN BLOODMOBILE
-L 'James H, (Jim) Faulkner; a resi than.three, feet from the surface. for rezoning 3.5 acres on Speedville ).to RSF-MH. allowing a mobile. Correspondence,. ..Page 7A Chamber of Commerce
dent of Road 225 spoke in opposition Road from RSF (Single Family home on,the site. Sports. ... .. ... Pages 12-14A a.m.I p.m.
to the Durrance application and Daryl O'Neai, Bradford County Residential) to RSF/MH-I.allowing a Legals ... ,.. . .... Page UA
I presented a petition with some '40 Health. Conservation Director said mix of conventional ,homes and -Elected Wiley Langford vice- Christmas Parade .. Page UA STARKE COUNCIL
names of property owners in the area, the property in 4ueatfon Is "typical mobile homes on a minimum of 20,000 ,chairman of the board to serve withAl Meeting p.m.NEDNESDAY .
also opposing the change. Faulkner Bradford County requiring special square feet. Caverly said be wished to Richardson who was elected chair- ,
1 said the Durrance property was adja conditions for septic tank Installation, place a mobile home on the property. man at a previous meeting.' pSC.14,

Briefs. ... .. .. .. .. Page .JBObits. APARTMENT HEARING
:' Second Court Set Besseiit Issue .,... ......... ...Page 6B s:30 ..m.,
I Hearing ,on Road* Apartment Classlfleds. .'. .. ,..pag.s MB --

!i- A second hearing is set Tuesday.. 18. The order gave the City of Starke Cecelia Terwillegar and!. Albert, (apartments could be placed onto.pie -
Dec. 16, at 8:30 a.m. before Circuit 15 days'to reply. The Tuesday hearing Longchamp. '- 1 section already zoned BP.
Judge Chester B. Chance on the issue is the result of an answer by attorney City commissioners In'July;,over Stokes A.. Co., in ,the name of Outside. .

tof: locating an apartment complex on" Leonard E. Ireland," the city's attorney riding the city zoning and planning 'Southern Villas formed,LTD.to the build name the of the Forecast Friday through Sunday, Dec. 11-13. calls for dry, mostly sun-,
Bessent,Road, just off SR230. ,In trhe case. board 'rejected 3-1 (Commissioner corporation pro- ny days and clear, cool nights.
,,apartment complex, bringing
The city's initial motion to dismiss: The heirs and the'developer of theipartment Schaefer dissenting) a'zoning change'to 'pos suit,Ml an,, effort to force the city to Cold Friday with some temperature moderation through the weekend.
the suit brought by heirs of the property complex seek to approve a BP for the apartments;and-- ..refused, 'allow' the apartment complex whichMvould Residents should be very cautious about forest fires during the current
in question and Southern Villas' .1 site plan and.Issue a building permitfor to approve a site plan: be next to a residential area: drought. Fires can start from the slightest spark, the Department of

of Starke LTD, a subsidiary of Stokes I the proposed apartment complex Half.of the'ao.76 acres-is already- & Co. of Jacksonville,was denied byf 1 on Bessent Road fust past: the Brad- zoned BP andaccordiDlf'.to..tbe.. 'c kpoM'tie apartment complex, saying A woods fire was burning Wednesday afternoon northeast of Lawtey.
Judge Chance_ in an order issued Now. I ford' 'Villas development of' Mrs representatives of Stokes: ; *'\Co:, the, lit, would.lower property values. Two Forest Service crews were on the scene battling the blaze.

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I George Pierce Is new County Judge _

pointed to the circuit bench. Pierce's school board. Pierce has been attorney collector's office here is the former
secretary will be Mrs. Darlene for the City of Starke for the Gladys Cartwright of Cleveland, Fla. 'Ij
Tomlinson of Keystone Heights who past 22 years, ever since he came to The Pierce's were married in
formerly worked for him in private Starke. January 1953 and have two children:
practice.Pierce. Lynn, attending the College of Phar
will no longer be in private Pierce Joined former Starke attorney macy at the University of Florida,
His former partner, Dudley Arch Thomas, Jr. when he and Robert George (Robbie), a tl' tI
his outstanding moved here. Pierce became a partner sophomore at Santa Fe Community q T
will all +
Hardy, assume
and work. with Thomas, then in 1967, when College. J 4 4ly
cases pending
Thomas moved to Fort Lauderdale,
Pierce the over Pierce served president of the
won appointment
became sole owner of the firm. In 1974 ,
Richard Welty, a private attorney in" Eigth Judicial Circuit Bar ASsocia- .
Starke. and Tom Elwell the assistant Pierce and local attorney Dudley tion in 1975. He is a past president of
Hardy formed a partnership.A the Bradford County Chamber of ,
state attorney who is assigned to .'. '
Bradford County. The three names native of Cpp, Alabama, Pierce's Commerce, the Starke Rotary Club ) ra ,'.
were referred to the Governor by the family moved to Live Oak when he is past commander of the local / Judicial Nominating Committee of was two years old. He attended gram- American Legion post, is a memberof ,! .4f' :
the Eighth Circuit. mar and junior high in Live Oak, and the American Bar Association, .. ) 1"
Pierce SO, has lived and practicedlaw was graduated from Pompano Beach Florida Bar Association, Judicature .
in Starke since 1960, for 22 years. High in 1949. He went into the Air Society the Association of Trial :
He was county prosecuting attorneyfor Force and was honorably dischargedin Lawyers of America the First Baptist ; :
five years, has served as county 1952. Church, is a Shriner and 32nd .
attorney and served for many yearsas Degree Mason,and the Morocco Tem- r ?/ ,
Bradford Mrs. Pierce, who works in the taxI ple.
attorney for the County ,pt Co, !

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Mitey Mite Cheerleaders of Pop Warner League...

L'k Second row: Brand! demons, Dana Shannon, Misty. ,
These Mitey Mite Cheerleaders keep up the spirit for Fin( and Sarah Looney.
the undefeated Mitey Mite boys. They are (l-r): Standing in rear: Renee McCarthy. Tabatha Gloria,
a ) Kneeling in front mascots Cnarman Wiggins and Shere Brown, Lyn Looney.
Amy.Mosley, and cheerleader Carla Stevens. Not shown: Amy Horne and Jody Curies.

lot on the corner of Pratt and Lake .
Deanna Tomlinson of the middle
BUS, BMS ChorusesTo school and Lois Moore from the high Streets in a Nov. 23 meeting :.

,,. be in Concert school will sing solos. Wise abstained because he is'a third

Saturday, 8 p.m. cousin of J.D. Odom Jr.. the owner of ,
the property Involved he says. The I
The choruses of Bradford High Correction! Telegraph stated Wise abstained :
School and Bradford Middle Schoolare because he could not decide which :

d' : presenting their first concert of Wallace Wise, a member and newly way to vote. i
\ the year this Saturday evening. Dec. elected chairman of the Board of Ad- ..
12 at 8 in the BHS auditorium. The Telegraph apologizes for the
,,5 p.m. justment of the City of Starke, abstained -
Ai Admission is $1.50. Children under from voting on a proposed error, and in no way. meant to damageMr.

\ 12 years of age are admitted free. special exception to allow a used car Wise.
The concert is under of the directionof -The Editor

; BHS Choral Director Don Hardy.It :'m"Dr "
will feature singing of familiar

perform Christmas five carols.selections.Each chorus will Dr. Leonard Schlofman

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH would like to announce the assumption of
Publl.he4 every Thursday
H 130 W.Call Street

. James Putnam Retires from LWCI.. S,......Florida 3201
Dr. James K. Hester's Office

Over 100 fellow employees and friends honored JamesF. steak dinner at the firing range at LWCI. Second Cle.i postage paid WStark.

Putnam 6%. food service director at Lawtey Correc- Putman started work in the prison system Sept. 17, 1962 .. FloridaSubscription i

tional Institution upon his retirement. at Florida State Prison some 19 years ago, and came to and full time located in
I Putnam was presented with a plaque by LWCI Supt. LWCI as food service director Oct. 1. 1976. Fellow RatonIn now practice,
James Wainwright left and with a small pine sapling by employees from FSP and LWCI attendee) the cookout Fri- ',od.area |.00 p.y ar Pantry Pride Shopping Center.
Education Supervisor Fred Dobbins. The occassion was a day afternoon. $4.00 tin months

Outtldo,...d..'_. $10.00 par'.0'

$5.50 air month 964-8076 12/3 4tchg 12/24

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Thought for the week: The Key Club will be doing a service
"Satan tempts us to get the worst project for our BHS- painting)
out of us." barrels to post around the school 'j
"God tests us to get the best out of trash cant! I thought slave day was]
US." over on last Friday 11! I
On Dec. for mothers
12 babysitting
First the bad news: Report cards who want to spend the day Christmas
came home with us again. UGH!II!It I shopping will be provided from 9 a.m.
Now the good Well all be
news: stay- until S at the Methodist Church
ing at home studying for the next few Fellowship Hall, another project by
week-ends so we don't have to worry the Club. The cost hour will + ,
about four missing anything exciting!II 1 be$1 per child and$.50 for per each addi- c + 09 st1 'L
Only more to survive! tional child in a family. Age limit for G

Saturday Dec. 12, is 3-12 year olds.
Thanksgiving was a great oppor- The children will need to bring a sack
tunity to rest from those school lunch and the Key Club will providethe
frustrations. How did you turkeyssurvive' drinks and other refreshments.The .
? faculty council has approved
CLUBS: three pep rallies for December. The
The Science Club had a rock-a-thon first pep rally was held Thursday, ls l- .
Dec.4 and 5, from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. Dec. 3. given for the .
The club had a great time rocking the Thursday Dec. 10, the pep rally will think'a
night way!1 be given for the boys basketball team. 44 b
Purpose for the pep rallies is to show
Our artists at school in the Art school support for them. I
Club have a project planned in whichall "Tornadoes" come in many different hers Pisa elaX {
juniors and seniors are asked to varieties. Go get'em Tornadoes! t
get in touch with a member of the art ,Nhen hovJ 1 1'
club or go by and see Mrs. Bobbie Campus Capers...
Sue O'Bnan in the art room, as soon Did you know that we have a real
as you can. live Maytag man at school? Steve Santa Give the gift that says you care
Their project is designing T-shirts Carter can Tell you all about it. cZ: gl r
with the year in which the class will all year'round. Give that special
be graduating and it will have each s ,
person's signature on it from thai *
Registration Begins someone to make HIM -
class. They are starting with juniors something \
and seniors. If it is a success, the Dec. 17 for SFCCThe
other classes will be think of Moms
designed.The Santa Fe Community College you. drop the hint
Branch Office located at Bradford c
tivities Key planned club has according numerous to Jennifer ac-- High School is Holding registration that you could use a La-Z-Boy, too .-

Nix, the new president In- for the whiter semester beginning B
cluding a Dec. 3 slave auction. People Dec. 17 for 1-3 p.m. and again at 6-8 O n u.
from different organizations were p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

auctioned off by a "true" auctioneerto La-Z-Boy makes every day a holiday of comfort: Just'
various people who wanted to buy
them. The auctioneer that performedthe Lunch MenusBradford 5 J d lean back: and relax 0;rock your tensions away. What <% %**, '

task of auctioning off the proposed better way to say "happy holiday" every day. Now.
students did a fantastic job. Mr. R.J.
Cambell was the auctioneer. Thurs- the chair that is a holiday of luxury: is your at 55 5k

day was such a success that the auc- Middle School 5 the savings of the 'season.' A wonderful l .
tioning was continued on Friday. Vo-Tech School
Slaves were bought as high a priceas All Elementary Schools selection of La-Z-Boy: styles in
$12. Chuck Williams paid $9 to ) ve America's favorite fabrics
keep Gina Lane as his slave. They Decemberlol-December 18 can s
always say ": 'ou have to pay a high be'yours, in time for Christ- '
,' Monday. Dec. UtSauaage. Pies tomato "gravy
price for love. Chuck made his slave green beam, applesauce cheese roll and mas giving. Come
call and wake him up and then fix milk.Tuncl.y..
breakfast for him. Dee. ISChicken 4 rice, cheese tout, In :and save, '
Other slaves were made to do such teamed cabbage fruit cup and milk. At
'now.on .
Wednesday. Dee. UMacaroni! three, peanut
things as crawl around the rooms butter Jelly .aandwtch cabbage slaw, fruit O'I
sing Happy Birthday, wear funny jello and milk
clothes walk backwards for the Thursday. Dee. IIiBaked turkey w giblet gravy s leFROM
whole day, sing in the cafeteria dur- dressing or nuuhed potal.... buttered green
ing lunch, carry books and walk their peas or broccoli w cheeie.Muce. ambrosia. ,hot
rolb. milk cranberry uuce.Friday.
to each class.
owner .Dec.Hamburger on bun,buttered corn '
"For the first time having a"slave peaches, lettuce*pickle, milk. S I :
auction it was a great success says ,
Jennifer Nix president of the Key Bradford High School .
Club." We also want to thank Mr. December 14-December.18 .
Campbell for making the whole proJect Regular
a success." Meeday. Dee. I4t Sat.age, rice* tomato ... .
Students who have not received turnip greena,chocoUle cake. combread. andTuesday.
their school pictures for this year milk. .
need to go by and see Mrs. Bain in Dee.lSiChUI cracker, garden salad,
room 1811, as soon as po aible. Wednesday.pineapple Dee.lfMacaroni slice,cinnamon roll It cheese and Aced- 21900 ;.

ham sandwich,slaw,fruit Jello and mWt.TkarMay. .
Next edition of the school Dee. IT i Baked turkey w giblet "gravy,
newspaper will be published and dressing or mashed potatoes, buttered green
distributed Wednesday Dec.9. peal or broccoli w cheese sauce, ambrosia. S
Many styles and colors
to choose
If anyone has ideas on stories they cookie wheat rolls and milk. from
Friday Dec. Hamburgers French fries lettuce
would be interested in, or would like a> pickle peachea ana milk. i
to have an editorial printed please
contact one of the newspaper staff ALaCarteMenday
members. The school newspaper is Dee. l4Pina, hamburgers, French DENMARK FURNITURE ,t
designed to reflect student Ideas, fries, milkshakes.Tuesday ,
views and Intel'fttsl..l0 your voiceahould Dee. IfiCneaeeburgen, hamburger, n
French fries, milkshake .
be heard. The newspaper Wednesday. Dee. ..1P1ae.mbul'll.: '! ...., French 4 434 W. Of* 31. Starke..FIe. t"'a M9a
sponsor is Mrs. Bain in room 1811, fries, milkshakes.Tkenday. S ( t
and the staff is Randy Starling, Lee Dee. I1plsza, hamburger, French kt ji 964-5828 Established ,n 1923 9045627I 1
Orton. Lisa Rowe. Jackie Holt, Con- fries, milkshake .
nie Davis, and Vickie Carver. Friday, Dee. :Pina,French Iris, milkshakes..

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i"i Councilman Crosby Insists on Pay RaisesFollow

the personnel plan don't through the city commission. year, but said they would go along middle of a budget year.
,give pay raises Indiscriminately, wasa Patterson pointed out he'd initially because of extenuating cir- We're not supposed to be paying
"i Dec. 1 message to.Gas Dept. asked for a step up in pay grade for cumstances in the Gas Dept. Patterson individuals, but should be fitting the
Superintendent Bob Patterson from Garmon but was turned down. has been working with two men. to position," Crosby agreed.
Starke city commisslo: ers. That was because the request instead of three,the council didn't act 'C'ity employees are not pay according -
Either give the employee a step up .hadn't followed proper channels, when Patterson followed the person- to experience, but on the job
in rating or;, create a job description pointed out Mayor-Commissison Ver- nel plan, and Harold Garmon description (they are filling)."
1 with more responsibility and..therefore non Silcox.who said he was chairmanof deserves a pay increase, Commis- "There's no other way to give a
1 a higher salary, said Commissioner the Utility Committee when the request sioner Bob Milner pointed out. raise to a valued employee (under the
Jimmy Crosby, the ar- was made, and knew nothing Commissioner Crosby didn't question plan)," said Milner.
chitect of the city's recently adopted; about it when it came before the council the pay increase, but pointed out If Garmon moved up a step in the
-- -- personnel plan. ; therefore, he didn't consider it. the city has a plan. He told Pattersonan personnel pay plan he would get a 10
-And The "LUCKY" 13 Were: The council balked when Patterson City Clerk Neil Tucker suggested, employee can move up by position, percent raise, Crosby pointed out.
asked for a 20 cents per hour pay in- and the council agreed. for Tucker a position be abolished, or created.A Garmon currently earns $5.04 per
Lawtey Elementary School's Straight "A" Students are: crease for Gas Dept mechanic and Patterson to get together and new position would solve the problem hour, and a 10 percent raise would be
Front 'Row ((1-r): 'Angle Devore,: Rochelle Prevatt, Erin Wilkinson Harold Garmon, who has worked for work out a new Job description. said Commissioner Milner, but a 50 cents per hour increase, 30 cents
Bridgett Holder. the city for three years. Patterson Tucker has the same with his reminded Patterson a legitimate need per hour more than Patterson recom
Second Row: Michelle Brown, Gary Norman, Mickl Becker, Brandy Ross .wrote a glowing report citing Gar-. employees, pointed pout Commissioner must be cited for it, especially in the mended. '
Third'Row:' Nicole Palin, Kim Gowens, Michael Blalock, Timmy Coleman mon's capabilities and value. Crosby, who smilingly asked
,-Jason PIIc er. "We need to live with the'plan" when Tucker would have his new job
said Commissioner Crosby, description ready, .
' Students making the "A-B" Honor Roll at Lawtey Elementary were: reiterating a much repeated stand on Council members didn't like idea of
First Grade Misty Crawford, Tracy Crews, LaTerra Johnson, Tory Kitties the personnel plan he sheperherded giving a pay raise in the middle of the
, Becky Austin, Bradley Ball, Faye Cruze, Tonya Ann Tatum, Stephanie '' 'ij'
Traylor, Shannon Brown, Misti Padgett, Hester Rosier and May Lynn Van-
diver. .
Second Grader: Glenn Taylor, Gina Padgett, Latain Johnson, Metina Mayor Rosier Retains Post
Smith, Glenda Rosier Anna Ranjbar, Shneka Hendrieth, Josh Cruze, Shan-
na Crawford, Michefe{ Barbour, Shane Bennett; Steven Hardee, Ricky.
Jackson, and Stephen Tomasovitch. w
Third Grade: Maria Scott, Michael Becker, Linda Michelle Sapp, and On A '
City .r
Jason Thomas Howard. Lawtey 1. rrf

Fourth Grade: John Berry, Christy Gault, Sentoria Greene, Cindy Harris,
Samantha Jones, Jim Starling, Arkeva. Williams, Karen Hardee, Kim
Mayor Marvin Rosier retained veteran who has served 5 years on the
Johnson, Dana Norman and Johnetta Tye. his city commission,seat with a council- 1961-62, a half-term in 1978, Us 'Show
Fifth Grade: Kim Brewer,Donna Fralick, Unissa King,Lisa Mitchell' and 99-63 win over challenger Wayne and in 79-80, qualified just minutes yep rots
Sheila Tew.Fifthsixth. Massey in Tuesday's voting.It before qualifying closed.Oct. 20. Ta Cut .
Grade: Mechele Wright, Denise Waddell, Tammy Jo Tatum, was the only race on the Lawtey Lawtey officials unopposed this ,off FprewOpd
Christy Redding, Becky Poore and Susan
Peugh. ballot. year were City Clerk Lucille Shuford,
Sixth Grade: Shand Hampton and Rob Norman. Rosier, who owns and operates Police Chief Millard Jordan, and City a Itu.k r,Nurxrr>
Sixth-Seventh Grade: Lou Austin, Tammie. Giddens, Shannon Higgin- Rosier's Nursery in Starke, has serv- Councilmen Hiram (Buster) Bennett
botham, Russ Miscally, David Shine. '' ed 10 years on the council, eight con- and Robert Scott. Mrs. Shuford has 1
Seventh Grade: Ann Starling and Cynthia Taylor. secutive years and one prior term. served 8 years, Marshal Jordan 20,
Exceptional Class Kevin Linzy, Angel Starling, Roberta Williams. Bennett 8, and Scott Is the dean of the
Massey, a 42-year-old disabled council with 18 years service.

I Which County Has Jurisdiction in KH' Airoort TJThin -= -1' -\ I

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Which law enforcement agency has County, he noted. The county has There is a good relationship bet- Clay county line, each county would horse we will demonstrate
jurisdiction the Keystone Airport, jurisdiction over anything that occurs ween he and Sheriff Murhee, Reddish share in whatever the plane could be
owned by the town of Keystone within its boundaries, Hardy says, and he wants to keep that sold for, Hardy said, answering a Saturday Dec. 12th
Heights but is inside the boundaries of reiterated.The understanding. Reddish does not question. ,
Bradford, County? town of Keystone Heights want such confrontations to continue. Sheriff Murhee Is' also having the All Day
Bradford Sheriff Dolph Reddish bout the airport for$1 shortly after question researched by attorneys for
wants an answer in writing. Reddish War.II. The Bradford County' Bradford commissioners agreedthe the Florida Sheriff's Association, according Come in and let show
says he wants to avoid future confron- Commission back then refused the question needs to be settled. They to the Gainesville Sun, and us you
tations such as occurred recently airport, apparently not wanting to asked what would happen if a$500,000 should have an answer soon. I our Firewood Cutting
when a Clay County deputy take responsibility for keeping up the airplane was abandoned or seized at "I would 'like to get that property .
discovered a marijuana drop at a airport's extensive runways. the airport? back," Sheriff Reddish said, referr- DemonstrationAYmli
seldom used runway in the pack of the The recent marijuana drop broughtthe If the plane landed in Bradford territory ing to the when the Bradford county r ear
airport.Bradford. question of jurisdiction to the at- it would belong to Bradford commission turned down the oppor- 1I IMlul.I'AJrn :. ,0- ,
County jurisdiction: tention of Sheriff Reddish. A patroll- County; if the plane was in Clay territory tunity to buy the airport from the War 1,.IN .y'' i
County Attorney Dudley Hardy said ing Clay County deputy came upon ,it would belong to Clay County, Assets Board. The town of Keystone J. ...
definitely, in an attempt to assure the 1,500lbs0 of marijuana just after it Hardy said. Heights then indicated its interest and / 301 $. 4, .
Sheriff Reddish. was dropped, and even saw the plane If the plane landed on the Bradford- purchased the airport for $1. &Walnut: /Q, g64.6411 JWw
"I see no legal question," said at- taking of I. He was on duty at the air-
torney Hardy, adding he feels certain port since the Clay County Sheriff's
about that. Bradford has responsibility Department has contracted to proroteCkipplJdO.Keysto Youth Club .d. No.10

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Page4A TELEGRAPH December 10. IMi

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Tale ;Warm Relationship* : 1Jf! ltPapiiliejttfSlQve': Owner I. !

I... .. it", Dec. '16
Will Be Featured ori JV&G TodoV Show Wednesday,

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Ethan Sapp never expected to be on I ;r '
television in bill 85th year. II

In fact he never expected to be OB

television at all., 4 V

But that' the way things happen In 1\\
.the strange, unpredictable world we 1I I
live in today.Ironically .

his TV debut cornea at II
time when television is about the only
form of entertainment Mr. Sapp can
still enjoy. He is precluded from
newspaper and magazine reading by

failing eyesight for which the doctors ... ,y? =.,
:;;* say there is no cure. .---T'i s
: But Ethan Sapp has led a long and I w *
useful life entirely spent In the I
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________ __ rwAM weatherbeatentwostory, heart-pine I
t- j lumber house in which he has lived I
\ ...,.".... '" ever since his birth in 1896.

rill His television appearance is
t.J scheduled for NBC's Today Show, .hhr'
.E' j' : ... Wednesday, Dec. 18, from 7:30 to 8 ai

IC itself.a.m.How it all came about Is a story in .w ;1 :

Ethan's grandfather Henry Sapp,
r { came to the New River section then a r
part of Columbia County, from
\ r ;:!S. ; I Ij Georgia, probably in the 1830s when
,. .! ,I Indians were still prowling the area, -SIIr
raiding farm homes and breaking up
f -j meetings the old New River Baptist
!, Church,better known to oldtimers as
/ ---- Rattlesnake Church.

Henry Sapp. who acquired large *
land in the New River ?$lds
memories of 85 holdings section ,., LXaI1 aMk".ys"G
Ethan Sapp sits on his front porch at sundown recalling years
the owned and work-
In the farmhouse amid hundreds of acres of once-productive gently over years
spent aging (.
rolling farmland. ed slaves in his cotton fields, as was Like a monument to a bygone era the beautifully weatherbeaten farmhouse is still sound as a dollar after more
the custom in the South In those than a century of service to several generations. Its austere lines are relieved by skillful woodwork, such as the I
antebellum (pre-Civil War) days. porch railing and living room fireplace and celling.'
One of his most trusted maven
: ......................
Yes There Will Be Henry Burch, married a slave girland .. .uo..u. m.. U than It. la now -If' ii farmer expects to
Virginia, they raised eight daughters.They Some time later, Lucy Emerson r..mnnr..NOTICE. i make anything d ytie's t-to irrigate :
refused to leave the farm even after Sullivan, a freelance writer of i i and some of the irrigation

'Sonle'Decorations the slaves were freed following the Baltimore Md. heard the story of the The information of time for the wells are even running,dry."
war. Henry Sapp took them under his aged Mattie during visit to Florida, : Ethan Sapp segment on next i Ethan remembers when his father
wing and they stayed on sharecrop and put it all togetherInterviewingthe Wednesday's Today Show was i had a "jot 'em down" store at New
pers, paying half of their harvest to daughter Willie Mae Llghtburn, i! supplied by the Atlanta offices of i ii i River so called because the farmers
their former master as rent for living still living in Pahokee, and coming on i NBC. However .as all TV i
i would come for food and other farm
last to talk t
and land. to New February
quarters viewers know, all
: profCl'.m..re i 'and the elder would
By the 1920's Henry Sappand Henry with Ethan about the warm relationship j subject to cancellation or i supplies Sapp book
'em down" in battered
"jot a until
Burch had been dead for many between the Sappe and the
years ; postponement We hope that all i
and Sapp's son, Benjamin (Ethan's tormer slaves, the Burch family. The i who rise early to see the program i the next cotton crop their was harvestedand
father) was almost 80 himself and story appeared recently as a featurein i! on December U are not disappointed. they could pay account. At
couldn't do much work on the farm. the magazine section of The Miami that time New River Station, where

One of Henry Burch's 'daughters, Herald, complete with cover ."..............-.....................................:, Road the G.S.had F. railroad train station tracks cross
Mattie was grown and married by photographs of Ethan and Mattie 235 a ; turpen-
that time and after the death of her superimposed on scenes of the oldNew buried there although the Judge tine still camp and commissary; a
husband she decided it was time to River farm. From that,the story himself is buried in Crosby Lake post office in Ben Sapp's store, a
(An Editorial) look elsewhere for work. She met and eventually came to the attention of Cemetery west of Starke.A school house; cotton gin; section
married Tom Bennett, a railroad NBC officials who deemed it of suffi- houses for railroad crew; and at least
The Christmas spirit is hard to define. hand, and they decided to leave the cient interest to send a camera crew huge sycamore tree, in one corner two other stores. Only one ram-
farm. For the first time in a century, to the Sapp farm to film the segment of the cemetery, is the only shackel abandoned building is all
Sometimes it may be a little late arriving, especially to those no Burches were living on the place. "In Pursuit of the American Dream", marker at the grave of Tom Sheehy that remains of the once thriving set.
who are turned off by the over-commercialized rat race broughton Ethan, now in charge of the farm, scheduled to be shown December 16. who, according to stories told to tlement.
by hectic last minute shopping, too many (sometimes boring) got Mattie a Job as a domestic with The old Sapp farmhouse, where six Ethan, died an ususual death in the Ethan remembers that some of the
Christmas parties, too much turkey and fruit cake too much friends of his sister,Vera Bardin,who generations of the family have early days at New River. A party of power used by his father's cotton gin
lived at Okeechobee and also festive well sad horsemen riding at a fast clip was mule hitched to
got gathered on ,as as occasions were supplied by a a
searching for misplaced Christmas card lists, and similar symp- work for Tom with a turpentine company is built of heart lumber from through the woods one day when kind of tread-mill turned by the mule
toms of the season. in that area. They had a ,the original stand of longleaf yellow Sheehy's horse appeared to be headedon walking in a vain attempt to reach a
daughter, Willie Maer who was hired pine found in this area when the first one side of a tree and the rider bunch of fodder dangled in... front of
Then suddenly. and without,warning, it.arrives..It may-be the. as cook at a small cafe the Bae fins settlers came here 150 years ago.The leaned.in-the"opposite'direction to r.hint"pr'! i'nI'" ,

\ :sSM of a'wide-eyedtot'with, an oversize balloon at the Christmas'.;,owned at Canal PointI\ ,4,L aLa:....:...Li. e.de coratixe.woodftrecean mantel _4void a collision, ,. Instead Jb \folwa.r) '10. ''''I'got+
c*)! fit e&ihtf-stralhfl;of x'.O Holy Night' ft'bnhl'.chutch'choiron'Sunday i" In"spite&f'Ihtf dluneeAi7ilridbw oAtlUfitdstlyuaRat; jhia seaeon.of,the I changed cOursess/ oe tlte'J\5' ,e ft \ ; .1 tljt.ffil )
morning; or colored lights strung along the eaves of a separated the two families, Mattie ..year*; the living room ceiling with its side, putting-Sheehy 1 ..H" "But ey the fq;;boll bJs weevil) ;du Killed$.; that
continued to to the line with the The broke
return tree.
Sapp farm boards laid in an unusual geometrical impact.
home modest know the have out about and
so you decorations must meant occasionally to clean house and cook design, and the hand-turned balusters his skull. 1918 that started" the
sacrifice to someone in time and decline of farming in this area.
expense. during a special event, like a birth, a

Two weeks ago the Christmas spirit was given a considerableshock wedding But the, or visits a funeral.became less Ethan Sapp still sees well enough to

when the City Council announced there was no money for and in 1977 the Sappa received frequent word .Out of Ethan Sapp's Experience... attend his garden plot which keeps
him in touch with the fertile soil which
Christmas decorations this year in Starke. One commissioner from the Bardins that Mattie was
has been tilled for a century\ and a
suggested using money obtained from selling a power generator very ill and not expected to live. By ,half,He can look back on busier
then the ex-slave well 100 and newell post on the staircase to the
slated to be junked but the Clerk that would was over The New River settlement was a during which he served of
City said be selling years old-116 by her way of counting. second story all testify to the quality thriving community in the when asp justice
physical property which belongs to the city, and would not be Ethan and his wife, Mable, felt they materials used by artisans who took cotton was king and Henry days and Ben- the peace for the New River district inthe
legal under city bond ordinances.No must see Mattie for one last reunion pride in their craftsmanship.The jamin Sapp were making a good livIng ,I ;notarizing papers and eyenmarrying
a, few couples'I,a1 long, the
after an interval of 30 years.They got 80 acres on which the house from the land., Ethan's .
money has been spent by the city on Christmas decorationsfor there just in time. A few days later originally was built over a. hundred father had a grist mill ,on grand-, Sapp way He served 12 :years on;. )#< ieBiadufpr4 ; -
six and Mattie was buried in Pahokee. ago were acquired by Ben- I County School,Board and pas
years or more things are beginning to get a little Branch which h'Uie'1'irm .
ran'fl1r I
i ,N
bedraggled by now. The 1,000-bufb water tank lighting display is Ethan it should says,be"-putting"Maybe that's Mattie they to .sears Sapp,who from was a in son a hurry of "Uncle to leave Bil and, in those days?carriWn@hodgh b mS not hgciot0usteptAots9thea i Uwas.member.of! ew.NR4ver the,.Bxad-"

down for repairs, but the utility department says it hopes to haveit rest way in Pahokee. Blacks are buried in home as the result of a family argu water to fill the pond'behmd"Ui back up within the next few days. a separate section in the old Ben Sapp ment. To obtain some traveling dam and turn the wheels toMndcorn for ri30iiyearszBdro.v a
Cemetery, an area deeded for that ,money he sold the entire 80 acres, including "every Saturday morning- .!" OIWIl school?bus for. f6 !yurs, !and was
The across-the-highway banners on U.S. 301 north and south purpose by Henry Sapp on a wooded two buildings,to Ben Sapp for '"But it W uldn'r'WkH: /,,1'fd.an -3aalesrnbn,20year.ti naeperahofJthe
are somewhat battered, but may be possible to hoist again with a knoll just a stone s throw from the old 7S-less than $1 an acre. says looking ruefully at the small e majonautD, dealerships, nStarkeriurviitg -
little patching up, Utilities Director Merrill Dees said yesterday. home. "It's one of those things that Although the cemetery on the place trickle of water now running through 8' the'years!WhenJarmirtg beoaate
An effort will be made. maybe wasn't quite right Ethan started as a family burying ground, it the branchartnajat-sawhrnauaaU' Wa 1<) nptofitlhbllsiRess8d. 'T>rt ni!
about some of the bitter has been used over the by other .zlatoc 1.iewoflo
muses more years drainage and land
development has Atl ( It's
T( ..aso t eenT an R wePt,
The City did cooperate with the Chamber of Commerce in providing aspects of slavery.""I'm glad the early families in the New River area. done to us," he says. "All the poods iop I epagoodonavEthan8appfeeial"Aof

equipment to dig up and replant a living Christmas tree eluded.North won'the war, he finally con- The the late parents Circuit, brothers Judge A.Z.and Adkins sisters are of used to have water In tbemLand tne of water has gone under the bridge

on the old courthouse grounds, which was lighted following the ground water table* .U!"Lush higher*. in the past 85 ea he says.ill
j j3TOO3J5 iieeW
ti.a uU
Christmas Parade and carol sing last Saturday afternoon, : ATT3HH tJ ;) .e> .

which attracted a large crowd to the vacant parking lot east of n tiii A fUJ : .

the old courthouse.A l the) U. J.JuIJ12smI2htO
County AgentsBy d i u blot .elbooq fcf "MiikWw 'M a tit :
cooperative effort is now underway to purchase a large t. r'ro I/?! k -, '9nb9W !ilnIJ im

nativity scene to erect on the lawn on the west side of the old Notebook Bobby Coaqbes.Jftayers: ExhlbiCMar ;etf: ,',I qiU

courthouse fronting U.S. 301 where it will be visible'to Ut9
TaylorTho "ty&'Jfo '?01') II.. l"mo:;>I'w
tourists and other travelers on this busy highway. The nativity A About Fans, ?, !. )

scene, which will be reusabel, was ordered this week by the .f> "

Chamber of Commerce and is expected to arrive by air freight Chrisfmas tree is one of the ,__ n Much: discussion ,has 'been"made just as competent\,'as* they were. ,15yearitagon
selected tree recently concerning the football "
have program
within the next few days. you your .
,most popular and beautiful symbols follow these tips to maintain color and and coaches at Bradford High coaches
Christmas decorations come high now, like everything else, 'of Christmas. When you select yours, minimize needle fall. School. The underlying theme of this }%,'.Whildthe players and per
choose fresh tree and keep it formed -admirably- during the 1981
a as discussion has
and the nativity scene will cost around $2,500. The County is : questions about ,.
conj j fresh as possible so that your tree will tree in large bucket of the character of winners and season'the character of the fans was,
Stand the a losers.
tributing $500 to the display and it is understood the City intends remain the As the ballclub's
i ito lovely throughout water in a shady and cool place. The In this discussion, the writers should suspect. adversity
give that amount or more. The Florida Bank at Starke has 1 holidays. cooler the better. If the tree has to have given the ballplayers, the mounted.the;. unjust criticism of the

donated $200 to the project, and other civic groups and First of all select'a tree with good lean against the wall, turn it daily to coaches, and the fans closer look.A fans increased" ; some of the fans ad.vocated"thef

businesses may join the effort. needle holding ability. Florida's allow The branches to retain their ,closer look would reveal a lack of .. firing of the coaching-,
staff These fans failed -
to show tangible
warm weather causes trees quickly shape.' character in the fans rather than the
The Christmas spirit is sometimes slow arriving, but last wilt and drop their needles.This can players or the coaches. supper for the ballclub. The last,.
week's commendable Christmas Parade provided the kickoff. It be severe enough. When you move the tree indoors at The"Tornado" football team showed home ,game appeared to produce
defoliate a tree an4 necessitate make a fresh cut across the trunk a great deal of character more negative comments and letters
is hoped these other efforts will provide the follow-through and < buy. during
above the old cut than
second least an inch or two the the number of fans who made
ing a before
keep the spirit flying high until December 25 arrives. ,tree. Christmas. to allow the tree to absorb water. recently-completed football their
Also choose a-....ee with an attractive season The 'ballplayers .faced. opponents presence and support felt at the
Place the tree in a suitable container stadium.
And perhaps the near-miss on Christmas 1981 will inspire the Those color and a full, ,"bushy appearance." which contains water. In moat homesa who were In most of the

City to see that holiday lighting in the future does not depend on should be skinny avoided. Most- people trees also tree can absorb up to a quart of sion games of, larger abundance'In size If not in posses- Since 1954' this supporter has only
an of
"selling junk" for financing. Saying "no money for Christmasdecorations" prefer a conical, symmetrical shape water a day so keep the reservoir fill athletes Four of these teams quality missed six (6) 'games. This number
to their tree. The branches should be ed. A floral preservative, such as were includes road games. All of the
is bad "no the inn
not at
quite as as saying room highly ranked during the
to bold those used for flower arrangements season; two absences were for illnesses deathsIn
but it is a phrase not likely to engender the spirit of Christmas in ;sturdy otherttlo enough Juelt ornaments as small gifts.and added to the water will help keep the of'these have'aspirations of winning the family. Having supported or the

the hearts of children-or anyone else for that matter. tree fresh i, the state championship. Most of the football team in this mant.er I foundit
The more recent the tree has been opponents posted winning records.
difficult to the reactions -
,cut ) trees will Place the tree In the contest part of The supporters of the Breadford High of the fans.comprehend These fans wanted to'
I have good quality and .the room away from the fireplace School football should have
.MM. ... 'will to support a winner, but they ran for the
igna- radiator other heating units. been of
or proud the determination
comfort of their homes when the
m e1 PES1'ABLISHED up17 8 ImScotch( A" .well-watered: tree in a cool location adverse displayed conditions.by the "Tornadoes"under, ,. situation or the weather did not suit

i will bold it needles longer and retain The quality of the them. During this holiday season we
. have good needle holding qualities. ita.quality. It will also be the has been known coaching staff should have been thankful for the effort -
I .Spruce trees tend to lose needles safest*far as a fire Is concerned.Do this commonly for years; given by the football team; we
1ST MEMBER quickly.4 keep the tree away from a hot TV set 1981 quality was evident during the should have been proud that Bradford

, BOB C. FERGUSON JOHN M. .Publishers or Cand *.,'Also, carefully check all raised campaign amid the criticism High School has a coaching staff that
Bend the needles determine unknowledgeable fans. is
to the 'Christmas tree lights for loose confntctlons to be commended. More importantly -
Fvbllttwd Thun"- y....-t.r.4_S.con4 dm Matter.t.... I trees's freshness. The needles should -or worn wires. Avoid These coaches were the best In the the character exhibited', by the
..... ... be supple and springy. If the needles i overloading lighting circuits and state during the 1960s (the "glory" players and
y Pot Off k..1 S <'md.*Ae ..fttordl J. 1.7* : coaches alike was impe
break the tree la not fresh. Bounce "unplug lights !when leaving the room,. years); a reasonably objective observation cable. The fans' character cannot be
: Subscription In*.*.areas S9 P... V.., $$ SI*M.nlhOvtaW I the butt of the tree on the ground and would have continued to make .so 'cited We should be extremely
.tr**. crass $!' Pr Y.."> .....fin Moath. :see bow many needles fall. If more Take the time to properly select and .an accurate assessment of these men. thankful that the players gave it their
than a few fall,the tree is old and tree this Christmas and The or
dry. care for your supporters the'football program best;;; it is apparent that The fans didSanley'Crawford'
P"I Also feel the stump.The tap should be you won t have to buy a second: tree: at Bradford High School should nU .
I sticky and moist not hard and caked. before the greatjlay.arrives. have recognized that the
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.J., l'k, 11QqC Combined. Shopping, Entertainment
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J Ij (, kM"L a tort -ei It. Artists; and artisans festival, initiated the purchase of a

, Mooty ,Of The displayed their creations at St. watercolor of St. Mark's done by
'",, J' 'li,9l4d Mark's Episcopal Church groundslast Alice Murphree of Gainesville to be
1 J4\\\QdetIlEditort' Saturday for the first annual used in the Parish House. Publicity
J :+ ; .a; .Winter-Holiday Arts and Crafts chairman Janet Neighbors, \was a
''V. / Festival. guest on the Virginia Alter Keys

: .... ." : I 964-7608 News ; David Ouellette, gallery director of WJAX talk show.last' week to discussthe
'the Florida School of Arts, served as, festival plans.,, \

.', t Judge and complimented the
smoothly-operating, well organized
festival. Peg Stanwix-Hay, general
chairman of the event, attributed its Brad. Co. Hospital
+: success to the contribution of time Has Christmas ,PartyThe
.t. .-- and talent by almost every member '
docked out in
I First second Moose Lodge was
of St. Marks parish. ,
and Christmas decorations including -
awardedin holly
and third place ribbons were
two-dimensional and three- a Christmas tree, for the annual
J dimensional art. Bradford County Hospital

: Special events entertained shop- Christmas party Saturday night.
:, pers and browsers during the day in- The buffet table was centered with
-..: eluding by the a red and green Christmas centerpiece
performances and the dining tables held
f ,I Children's Ensemble of the .
I Gainesville Civic Ballet; local dance Christmas candles
Music for dancing was furnished by
students of Jean Reid of Gainesville;
Sean Brown "Wax on Wheels" disc
carols Bill
and Christmas sung by
McRae and Marian Douglas. jockey of Jacksonville.The .
200 visitors enjoyeda food was catered by the Women
I --- chili and soup lunch inside the of the Moose Lodge under Blanche

S'E!' Parish Hall, where handcrafted gift McEwen, supervisor.
I ,' and decorations made The approximately 80 attending Included -
items yule by
; the employees and families,
women of the church were on display.
i : Elizabeth Bobo, co-chairman of the doctors, and staff.ausarsrtls3irsass3a1s1slsarsasltl3trsBrglasi3.

--srutISasslat>sars.aRlaallwls.l a-

= r--- Christmas Sale' on i

..... ---E-- -zp+' rLs; fmw*. gffB, -i
$ New Gas Stoves
Mr. .and Mn. Jeffery Norman

I BSS Sharon Hobbs and Jeffery Norman 6 . . . . . . . . $255.00 I

2Slightly Damaged) . . . . .$225.00

Wed Nov. 14 at North Side Baptist Church Brand Names Brown & Magic Chef.

North Side Baptist Church was the man, brother of the groom, Johnny
o..' setting for the marriage of Sharon Hobbs, Jr., brother of the bride, Mike -- New Refrigerator*
_*?". Lee Hobbs and Jeffery' Lane Norman Faulk Norman, Raymond cousin of Whittle the groom, and,Carlton Keith I 4 G.E. 2 Door 13.6 cu. ft . . . .$350.00
Saturday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m The
Carter. Master Wyle Norman, coun-
13; candelight by Rev. James ceremonYwas Cowart. performed sin of the groom, was ring bearer. 1 Magic Chef 2 Door 14.3 cu. ft. . . $375.00

*v The bride is the daughter of Mr. and wedding.The Mrs. Virginia. Darby directed the Fascinated youngsters watch quadriplegic Tony Ry... Jacksonville artist, I 1 Magic Chef NO Frost 14.6 cu. ft. .'. . $375.00
ai: Mrs. Johnny Ray Hobbs of Starke and sketch with pencil held between his teeth at St.Marks Winter-Holiday
held in the drawings
fu..the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Starke Woman'reception Club.was The mantel helda Arts Festival. test Saturday. 1 HotpOint 13.6 cu. ft. 2 Door . . $350.00
fcii: L.M. Norman, Jr., also of Starke.
large arrangement of flowers Below: Jean Reid dancers go through their paces for entertainment of shoppers -
-fit The chancel area of the church was St. Mark's lawn. pedal DuI --
centered with three burning white on e I
tn centered with a heart candelabra,
)I'" flanked by two large floral ar- tapers and was draped with greenery. 1 Used G.E. Refrigerator

3--rangements in the bride's chosen col-. The wedding two large were arrangements placed on each from side the of Elks Plan Party And Gift Exchange Friday. ., Dec 18 2 Door Frost Free with Ice MakerOlin's
On either side tree ,. -
#r, ors. were .
In the main Boston
the stage room. $300.00
n,candelabras entwined with varieties ferns, Ficus and palms were used Starke Elks Lodge 1802 will enter month, with the ladies serving a I
?, of greenery. Areca palms and ferns throughout the rooms. lain members and friends at a covered dish supper at each meeting. I
3 completed the in setting.front A of unity the candle heart The bride's table was covered with Christmas party Friday night, Dec. Exalted Ruler Vernon Nichols has Home Center
,?,,-,, candelabra placed and was lit by the bride an apricot' flounce with an Army- 18, at the lodge on 301 North. There been re-elected to serve again duringthe 964-5606 Hwy. 100 '!. Starke, Fla. Ask for David HodgesReserve .1EARKAioIiBEATBATEl

:"and groom following the marriage Navy cloth overlay. The three-tiered will be a Christmas tree, gift exchange calendar year 1982. L...._...........................>tsiBrf71si11rti1lruUSR>tsilsi
:vows. wedding cake was decorated with live music for carol singing,
ttr:j.' Mrs. Joey Smith, vocalist and Jim- miniature cupids and topped with a and refreshments.
my Alvarez, vocalist and organist cupid adorned with silk flowers. Three new members were Initiated
presented a program of nuptial Silver candelabras with floral ar- into the lodge at the regular meeting
tt music. rangements and burning white tapers Monday night: Wafter Leukel .
ni The bride was given in marriage by were on each side of the cake. Keystone Heights; Alex Kerbawy andRodney
2 her father and wore a gown of white Greenery held by small arrangments L. Sumner- both of Starke.
"I(,organza and chantilly lace appliqued draped the table. Cutting the cake The lodge has initiated 13 new
z With seed pearls on the bodice. It had were Mrs. Benny Carter and Mrs. members this year and now'has a.
"..> a Queen Anne neckline and an empire ,Jimmy Alvarez. total membership of 115, believed to I
waist. The full bishop sleeves of cnan- ,", .:; nGfahles' -De the largest on rw' rdr"v> n"Irrri : ,
t ac- ; 'Jh.a.puGclJ'ihampag ie l: i JI'I'h annual EUksimemorlal service
ns t ',I"t'k-r' f ch e tI' ': MIbd'h4iFh1btYgtdgtIh I'ttie I ... i _.. .. .. .. ..
!e "' up
and formed a pyramid of multi- afternoon. l "' '
'd ruffled lace and organza with an at- sun arrangement room and of was mums centered and carnationsand with an The lodge meets at 8 p.m. 6n the :er

tached chapel train. Her illusion veil held burning tapers. It was also first and third Mondays of each *
,. was edged with lace and fell from a"V :
covered in the same fashion as thebride's
headband adorned with seed pearls. I
r 7'3,She carried a bouquet of silk flowers. Miss Selena table. Norman, sister of the Junior Woman's Club '.
Miss Teresa Hobbs, sister of the 'ill
:2. bride, was maid of, honor and Mrs. groom. kept the bride's book. Maxie Christmas Party: 4
..; Floor hostesses were Mrs.
10--Raymond Whittle served as matron Carter; Jr;, Mrs. Brad Carter and'Mrs' The Junior Women's Club of Starke
bhJ. + -
f honor Other br dal attendants
; : their annual Christmas dinner
Underbill held
nl : Richard A.
Jw re'Miss'1'eena'Norm h.'sister of'r9d1t11e'gr Dec. 4, at the
n The bride is a graduate of Bradford party Friday night,
Mrs' JohnnyIh bbs Jr.
< ; of the bride M'tS Giiidys /High, School and is.employed by the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman .
David *>Public Defender. Register, III.
bMttt"A9fr" and Mrs:, carter.
isa of Brad- club member brought
qihThe i graduate Each
8BThy"wer" S"atHred' i I" plats 1'l'' uatin ; groom
\ 1 attended S Johns covered dish for the dinner -
d {
own special
wgywns)Accwitedowith> a "..bEMet'bUnd a1H9etsibh! bhRIfM8nd d8 i = ::! dege, and. 1 sLSglt- to compliment a smoked turkey

vipaim: nviJjackvt?ClTh :aarillMft) a Ia I II I tllis\ father. ,I. the and ham. ',
ttonfeay-of matct'llnll'flo"rr.rmo r 11 mo.Pnpip] ) a, oneymoon trip to ," The dining room and family roomwere
saw fcluiea-Mtes Mandy JCartington, : dJ'.BUSCh. Gardens, the seasonally decorated in the I
9rtJcbuSin'IIHbe groomv'Servedaaflower couple is' residing in their new home traditional Christmas arrangements. j"-
..iijfciTlhffihbnwarwiiaslong' : bronze stress! f i8ft taia>Bo&d 828 ioiStarke. Approximately 25 guests enjoyed
s BBmde tiwith>lace:fihe wore flowers .',Isma 9rt J8 v.Iiul ui 3'Jinmnin 'an evening of food and fellowship.
in her han'.adf
flower, *
a'Ji J1Mr,-! biinss0a V red adb *tidjnior e In'tmqol v b b:111: ,
A" Wfe> wl #)shelk! Jw re CTaytdtvNorsjjbnd -. t "IQ !skit jlA"[ .agaa 9d b'Mov..ng Sale'
9riJ nbriu onosj ass .91'c// 'lo Joi 9 qI' vt "
.. $Rjtl'l! 17 new, works perfect, large office model, new appro
9ft1 nl !
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Weeks.. tLyHaslcrp sa 00. CRIB: good cond., mattress almost Dew $25.00.'LAM-' Florida Bank'sNew

BRETTA SCOOTER: ISO ee's fast, new paint Job runs good. (175.00, see to appbLLatRo -
lurjch) ,on T Axle A wood base,$600.00.100 Large Mails Cube Puzzles

W.T. Weeks ttdpt&v tflPCVftulV V II ea.or$20.00 doz. 1100 Feathered Hat Clips for hair, hat or Individual Retirement Account

Christmas luncheon at the December poodle, sold in stores $2.50 to$3.50 will sell for$1.60 ea., 6 for $6.00 $10.00 perd
meeting Wednesday, Dec. 2,. held at
1 o a.r, iL'96. per gross. HONDA 50 cycle, real nice ($5500 new) $175.00, LOVE
PresidentMrsf's'HerbeU club '''Thomaswelcomed '8#1Ff4.ddialr' very beautiful upholstered just last week, blue crushed and Start Earning High Interest Now!

all present and Mrs. R.A. velvat JOOO.OO or best offer 876 McMahon behind Health Fgod Store next to

Green, Sr., gave the blessing before PfcaHfut, 301 N., Starke. Friday, all day Sat. A Su 4..antime
the luncheon was served. weekdays '
The head table .held a large ..; The new Individual Retirement plan or not, you can put up to the maximum
e!''Christmas candle centerpiece flanked! ,\ 9iya I!sift lo tinj" .Account is a great deal. Tax savings $2,000 in an IRA (S2.25O if your
by silver Dntt, wati uov istlAd I el\lil'/I',.' IUt, 'now A secure retirement later. In fact spouse is not employed or $4,000 joint
individual"tabe'wert ; K 'J' 8nI aqi tJ.va .
T tapers. The ,", liJI' "(1'1'1, : ,: "'I'." I. .' depending on your age annual contri deduction if both are employed). These
is!If centered with Christmas greenery arrangements iii 'n i gpppa. : bution and when you retire, your IRA same limits apply to our pre-IRA plan
*? and were covered with :liv. !*. could be worth $1 million
,nf I bnn er.nniw ,ItI or even With our IRA you have the added
'll!!green cloths. A 1 i.'M.'u-. ,a I, r "'N ndt +i more! flexibility of earning either of two high
*.1( Mrs. Thomas presented1 a cerbitificate -
of membership' to Mrs. ..I'th.dJI.oI We're making a great deal even yield interest rates after June 30th.
George Winkler and wel med.be i to ; .,dnl9 S at'.'' i .a. "i w !. better. If you open a pre-IRA plan Select a longer term fixed rate or a
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ftn the chapter as a new member. ,1. 1'1 t lawr" ;,.: during December we will pay you at shorter term floating rate. Each of these
Following the luncheon Mrs. Green 1')01/, ;m t', t' i .an annual rate of 15%* for up to'30 rates is tied to U S. Treasury Obliga
..g.? gave the devotional and. read The '? i days (minimum investment $500). tions. With our custom tailored IRA

??'Shepherds a story of Heywood : ,." The tatln January we will offer a better- you decide which return is best the
:i' Broun. Bill Floyd presented a Y1t+;;.h 't\eW., \ ;y-fund return of 15% choice is yours!

.?" beautiful musical program featuring :' H"; : (afmtfaVraje! ) through June 30th on Whether you want an IRA for the tax
The music War composed Between during the States.the period The of vl, ".+;. your UfA,"= a guaranteed high yield in savings or the retirement security, or .

.., historical program for December was I i.'i.' J, a declining rate market. both, we provide a 15"o rate, a choice
; :on this subject and Mr. Floyd JMtt .\yr, Every wage earner is eligible. Whether of floating or fixed rate thereafter, plus
3 presented it in such an interesting J l 'ff., '" you'recovered by an employee pension the strength of a great statewide bank. \.,
:1, the -tC I ,:'t. .
complete program
n1.. those present joined Mr. Floyd in Scented'Candles :,,,',, '". >. .. ,

?" singing traditional Christmas carols. ... .." Great SlUe. Great People. Great Bank. .
P" Mrs. L.H. Jennings, chairman, i j w0odea Accessories n r '.' ?.1 silt Jf: __ n nom .tn' I't'. ,
>< Mrs. J.W. Kincaid and Mrs. James the for :FI ")'', :.tei'h.' d
oJ''Btackshear were hostesses. I IJ home.Puzzles' ( II .k' :, ... ;
The Joseph Finnegan chapter ..: ,.; '
9.1 U.D.C. of Keystone Heights were ,j jHI. J..:; ,
\ guests at the luncheon-program-1 I RorkljNfltloiuf" Florida Bank at Starke; : ; .
meeting. .'..GameChristjna .
.1 & Gag'Gjf: ts Bank; J.IIei.on al Clark Sttwl. Slarke. Mocidil 3&9I: ,!904 964 7050 .

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'. ''B e 1 1 ctcings : ...- .' Jade
; | Ninth PUlls : .
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wf' 1,lSp.IHApI.nB, ( "".. by .."un... '.u.d by ..n'.,.|.""" I'h.' U S(<3ovi.tnni.'it NOT SAVINGS ACCOUNT : ;'G. ..
Birthday NOT N:4t.
3 .: Pins I r :1 .' IRA: In.gr.d by)lh. FDIC Sub.'lniilinl, Intvimt endina p.nnlll.ur/ ..ertywehdttwa: a. .,..' .... .,;+kssb'i9elFlorid. t'If.J'Hr, : ., : f.: :
j| Rnnda Kimberly Bryant, daughter.r. '
"1.01 Mr. and Mrs Roy E. Bryant Orn : NflllonAl BAII|.. Flondrt., ;. .. Ine 'M. \b.r FDIC ." ,. t'J .;...k "i .ys'nt4. rSnr. ., IReri""!. : i g1yDjY

V-' celebrated her ninth birthday Thurs- -. .. .. aJnents lI '1'111'. '.f.l"; ,..f. ..' ... ,.. .''M. '" "'i .. j: .aa t .. J IY abT.t ... .' .,
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2! day Nov. 28, with a party following andfuueh'lno", ", O > ', t t 1 ." : '" IJ..: .?.. .,..1 1I .,...
T'11 Thanksgiving dinner at the home of ,j't'Fi.. :, -1 ." '..'. :._..N.....8hk/y..._.....4'r.' ._... .,..._._" .. _..,, .. .... .. ,r _, ....,,:.- -., .
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b Ronda's uncle and aunt,Mr. and Mrs. j:>; t. t 1\1' t.
M Bill Blackburn on Morgan road. .
Birthday cake was enjoyed by the
15 family members atteridin .



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Page SA Bq:" 'r G U 1.'''3r.k r>"lemon'I n,.cmt. *"-* I Kenny ThpVnassen, "" 'IV: f<;f i tx a' soitw (.

< , Mgia9e. Nov. 27 pMHeck MorgdnRopd. ? Baptist I I

L1 ?'b l m daughter\ 6Mr.and

Mrs ,Hilton,Coleman, Sr.o i
Starke' '!fend '!WOo.'uy' Thomassen '''of I.

Starke, son!!'of:Mr.: 'and. Mrs. liarsThomalseni'Corrlgan \ HrnHLIGHT&Introducw

,/ Texas wen \,
united -marriage NovV 27 at 'l:3Qj: "

__ Road Baptist Church .. .' ''I' \,. '
'in Morgan .l W
p.m. ____ "
with Rev.Jimmy.Parrish. per orndni. 1 t",.. .. .
the nuptials. t"t ..' : ; ; j
Decorating the altar' was a hear / I' ,')
of pink, white and
burgundy flowers flanked by spiral :.( 7Leonard's' Quality ', ?, ,.: :.,,1'" ::110

candelabras decorated with garland r'c ,d
choir rail held ,
of flowers. The F \ .' <:. .a

garlands of pink flowers'and palma Y ; I
:' t were,, placed at points of interest, & Silver Products ':,', '" '
Crystal : :
in the I
i t There were burning candles ,
windows and the pews were marked ,It
I' table in the vestibule y" ,,, ,
with bows. The ." '4
and ,' -. .
held an arrangement, of pink '')
L.' f burgundy' pompoms surrounding a :: 'i' ;' -

,'ir hurricane lamp holding a burgundy 'it> '\ --.f\ t.
burning taper. : "
.. Daniel Martin, organist and Mr. q
--. ... .t )0 Donnie Crawford soloists Mrs. Kenny Tbomassen ;
and Mrs.
.. '". .y...... ,, -,". presented a program 01 nuptialmusic. ment was a pearl necklace.A *- hi

x.t:... Mr. Crawford played a guitar reception was held in the church !t
,V", Hilton Coleman, Jr., served as best Fellowship Hall. Guests were greetedat ,
man and the ushers were Buddy Mat., the door by Mrs. Charles M.
thews Joey Aaron Matthews Schmitt. Mrs. Mark Sapp kept the u
and Donny Wore. Daniel Crawford bride's book at a table covered with a )
served as ring bearer and carried a white lace cloth over pink and held A

ta 'is1 heart steamers.shaped pillow with burgundy burning candlesticks.pink tapers in silver ) 9b

Carol O'Steen attended as matronof Palms, diffenbachias ana yucca .
honor. She wore a long teal blue trees were placed' at points of In JII

gown of qiana knit with butterfly terest. \
a 3 BHHB sleeves and accordian pleats. She' The bride's table was covered witha red ..aJ
wore a headband of tiny silk flowers white eyelet cloth over pink linen .
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Earnest in teal blue and carried a white lace and held a four tiered wedding cake ,
fan with silk flowers in teal blue and with a fountain and flanked by five- Gt

I Earnest seafoam green with white streamers. branch silver candelabras. Silver ,
Diane Fox and Steven Lisa Sapp Kim Brown, Terri Mat- compotes held mints and nuts and

thews and vicki Thomas served as wedding balls. The cake was served $11.98

Married Recently in Jacksonville bridal attendants. Their gowns were by Mrs. Buddy Matthews and Mrs. I
similar to the honor attendant exceptin Doyle,Thomas.
and Mr. and Mrs.Francis colors of seafoam green, grape, The grooms cake' table was 2304-24% Lead Crystal Hand Made )
Diane Louise Fox, daughter of Mr. teville of,Ga.Hampton, Lake. plum and dusty: rose. Their headdresswas covered with,an ecru lace cloth over Covered Butter Dish. 7" In length. 4 v." v
and Mrs. Donald H. Fox of Jackson- Meng those attending from the same in different colors and burgundy and was centered With a in height. Boxed. i
ville and Steven E. Earnest, son of Jacksonville Among were Mr. and Mrs. they carried the same type fan with chocolate cake flanked on one end 'fa.
Mr and Mrs. Wallace A. Collins of Collins aunt and uncle of the flowers to match their gowns. with hurricane lamp surrounded with i iG
Hampton were married on Sept. 4 at Theran. Michelle O'Steen served as flower greenery and burgundy pompomsand .. )."'
All Saints Episcopal Church in groom.The bride graduated from Sandalwood girl in a long pink print gown and car-. baby's breath and the other end 0 \V-e'iJ\ : a
Jacksonville. Officiating at the wed High School and Florida ried a lace basket with burgundy held a ball and chain billy jack and ") \'Io'fro'oje't"J4 .
ding was the pastor, Rev. Father College in Jacksonville. She streamers.The hand cuffs. The cake was served by e \
John Reilly will graduate from the University of bride given in marriage/ by her Miss Sharon Crawford.Mrs. \ : > i iqY4'
David Earnest of Venice served as North Florida this month, and is a father, wore a long white A-line gownof J.C. Griffis attended the food <:I e. lIoe
best man for his brother. member of Kappa Delta Pi society. chiffon and satin with Queen Anne table which was covered with a white I \\\Pr\0\\\
Mrs. David Earnest assisted in ser- The graduted from Bradford neckline, long sleeves with white lace cloth over pink linen. Various ,, i
ving punch at the reception.. High School groom and attended Mississippi cuffs appliqued with Queen Anne's finer foods were served. The coffee \.. 'iJ'\r J
Mrs. Donnie Knox sister of the College in Clinton Mississippi with a lace. Her chapel train was edged with was attended by Mrs. Carol .
groom served cake at the reception.The Football Scholarship. He received his Queen Anne's lace and her finger tip Carter. The round table was covered
wedding reception held in the from Santa Fe Community veil of illusion was attached to a small with a white lace cloth over dusty rose
parish hall included a variety of foods Degree College in Gainesville and headpiece of flowers matching her and held a silver coffee service.Misses 1
served from a buffet table along with graduated from the University of bouquet. She carried a cascade of Mary Scott and Tammy
the wedding cake and punch. North Florida with a BA in white silk roses, stephanotis and Baldree presided at the punch bowls
Among out of town guests attendingthe Criminology. He is presently miniature gardenias.,Her only orna- from a table covered with a lace cloth
wedding and reception were the In the Jacksonville over plum liner.
grandparents of the groom, Mr. and Sheriff employed Department. The two punch bowls at each end t
Mrs Joe B. Oliver of Keystone and Mrs. Earnest are residingat Bradford-Union were encircled with greenery and
Heights, Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmarkof Mr Road in Jackson Retired Teachers breath and in the center of the
Starke Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Fox 427 Nightengale table was an arrangement of pink
Felicia and Christopher of Fayet- ville. Christmas BrunchThe flowers and burning pink tapers. .

Bradford-Union Retired Misses Shana Schmitt and Kristy t

_ Kingsley Civic Center to Have Holiday Evenets Teachers Association will have a Harrison passed out bags. of rice and ,
thank-you scrolls.
Christmas brunch Thursday Dec. 17,
A New Year's Eve; party will beheld at 11 at the Western Steer SteakHouse Following a wedding trip to
Christmas activities at the Kingsley Thursday Dec. 31., Urting at 9 a.m., Starke. ....".....m.rv.. .,'(-.+'"*,;. Louisana ,the couple is residing"%in;',' h'u$1 08' do is5i9y
will include a ; T#,. 't .m"lbl/l l.ms ,
Lake Civic Center theic now.horn*,op M / *i 111
CQvered dish supper gift exchange,, ," p.m.be Set-ups' ,andtiors' de'oeuvreftwil KRlgtteySfcakt I.'I The !pet: oalgaaaaadacou r !"d "O KJ stilt ?f>iuni iliii oT .$'riti't. JinmSilverpTated" 'I "a 11e u

and cake walk on Saturday, Dec. 19 ;provided Owners byelhe Assn. Caxol.Kem,.. rr. --j of Bradford High School. The bride is A 'Crystal Double
with social hour starting at 6:30. Supper Property employed at Winn-Dixie and the Preserve. Made In England. Includes'' I

will be served at 7. Terry YawnEngagement groom is employed at Florida State Two ,Silverplated Ladles. 71," in .:
Each person attending is asked U Told Prison. height. Boxed.
wrapped gift identified forman Accounting
bring a Joe and Ann Kern of Franklin, Ky., I
woman, or child. Santa Claus Offered Community Christmas r
announce the engagement of
will do the honors. .,
Anyone interested in taking accounting daughter Carol J. to Theron A. YawnIII Banquet By The 1

II at Santa Fe Community College son of Circuit Court Judge T.A First Baptist ChurchThe
r/III/ ) 9rlJ J&
The W.K. AgnersTo please contact Andy Garcia Yawn Jr., of Gainesville and Lilt ", b9V1i
)0':" B
Karin Gray 964-7725 after 6 Rae Yawn of Starke.
964-6000 or First Baptist Church of Starke isdtona b f
Celebrate50th p.m.We The wedding is planned for the spr will host a Christmas Banquet at the ra ,., ,"llw I 9iU4 (cf Sb6
AnniversaryMr need 12 students to form a class National Guard Armory on Edwards / mod :JioibbiM 9 1r

and Mrs. W. H. Agner of here in Starke. Road on Wednesday evening, Dec. 16,

Kingsley Lake will celebrate their at 6:30 p.m.
golden wedding anniversary Sunday Florida Bank Has The children's choirs of First Baptist of !$J.iOj)8

Dec 13, from 2 to 4 p.m. at a receptionat will present a special program
the Community Civic Center at Christmas DinnerDanceThe Christmas music and the First Baptist '"

Kingsley Lake. Starke Golf and Country Clul Puppets under the direction ofSonny '
gifts please.All and Lane Tenly will present a ,; L 1t873-SilverplatedCranbereyotilttwdi
The family request no was the setting for the annual Florid .4 Serve Set. IndudeerreirwunMalBlasa'fln *
friends and relatives are invitedto dinner .puppet show. .1. .
Bank at Starke Christmas The First Baptist Church is providing r Tray Is IO'In length. 8" In
attend. dance on Saturday night Dec. 5. ing.Rev and hams for the i L'' '1/vli,11lr.ength:: Server. Gift Boxed. :a'800.I'
Dinner was served from 8 to 9 p.m the turkeys asked to '>O: ..fiUnioV 'J' IIl.o i I It IUl jhi 9'9W am9Ji 9a9dT
.... at tables covered with green linen meal and those attending: be are for [ aiiT Id: a'lM ;,7s to X lIoJ9ub1 Bqa'I:
Did You Know....... cloths and centered with Christina bring covered dishes to spread 10' 'I I'l:, "'!IVt aJf/ll r" 1& ."IMbcAiN

balanced by red candles. 1 all to share / : ;lIi.'l if t.
greenery ,
(The is cordially invited to enjoy bOB _
Music for listening and dancing was public # niv9 .
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Snow and sons provided by Don and Carol from this special evening of Christian ,:0 bn l f t' 0w
spent the long Thanksgiving weekend Jacksonville from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. fellowship and appreciate the true I
with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Enjoying the evening were the : : spirit of this Christmas season. U you .

K.G. Snow and Raymond Snow in directors and guests. would like additional information '
Church of
Jensen Beach. please call the First Baptist
----- Starke at 9646562.Revival 1b
Mr and Mrs. Ted. B. Stilley of and Mrs. Nash' o p H .1M

Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Sherle Patterson 4. -' p 7 'V lr r I 4, soo9 t

.R.C Buford on Monday.Mrs. Celebrates Sixth Next Week ; susq 9is 1

Pentecostal Church 'At Bethel Baptist 1 a it1: I IA
MM. Richarde was in St. Birthday i1C nozit

Augustine Sunday as dinner guest of Little Sherie Patterson celebrate RevivalRev. There will be a revival next week, I.& 'n e
Air and Mrs. Richard Long. She her sixth birthday Sunday afternoon: from Dec. 13-18 at Bethel Baptist Church;, asa p ) ": .. i
Ronnie Nash '
'spent Sunday night with her daughter at party given by her parents Mi and Mrs. " '. .tor J
and family Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and Mrs. Jimmie Patterson at their! Paragould Ark., are in rev\1:4htEi: ) .'iJ ........ te=:evang list eratt c t., 7:0rtM
Pentecostal ChurttrrwrN y
In Palatka. home on Legion Terrace. United j'h<: '' LoflnUr Dobt>*r Special singing each 4. ln'd
The Holly Hobby theme was Carrie Water St. night. Services begin each night at 7' sad r ilsylghrt" .
Mr and Mrs. Gareth Jones of the They have evangelized statewide. %
decorations in the house and -.
Strawberry Swingers club attended out in the where wer Rev. Nash has been preaching for six:"! ,P, 'The:public is Invited at attend. .3Oy24 a', i .-.
in the carport games ,
dance the steel
the Holiday Happening square years he also plays guitar ;
Island over the weekend. played. Blue and crepe paper the and dtsrr1eter.
at! Jekyll streamers and balloons complete and sings.Mrs.., Nash plays organ t

Curtis Sanders Al Carlisle and Rip the decorations Services will continue throughoutthe Deacon-Led .
O'Steen attended the Hospital Among those attending were nin
week each evening at 7:30 p.m.
and little friends grandparents, Mr. and Revival
Trustees conference Saturday The OL. Wells invited the
Sunday at Amelia Island. Mrs. James L. uncle Patterson Danny aunt.Patterson Mrs- public to attend. Madison Street Baptist Chwd., 900 .
f Susan Batten Sunday 10 '.m.JjundayjEChool.! At W.. Madison Street will be holding a '
and Mrs. Elzie Sanders and and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs,
Judge ,
., iBvar duai orrice.Tuesday Deacon-Led Revival on Dec. 11, 12, & ,
Thanksgiving day guestsOf Frank L. Patterson. '
family were a'.mv Laxriea Prayer '
9 at 7:30 nightly.
Mr. and Mrs. H.S. : 13, beginning p.m.
her parents Jacksonville. The children Meeting. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.,Bible Nursery will be provided. A warm'
'oynter in at 7:30 Young extended to the .
Study. Friday p.m. Invitation is community
i tayed for the weekend. Did You Know........... People's Service-Saturday at 7 p.m. to join us for Revival. Special. .. .of.

Bill Powell and Mrs. Huston Mc- Men's Prayer Meeting. music will be provided.Imagemaker t., ,' ,'. .1 ,
lane attended the funeral of Mrs. I' Iooij. ( .. .
the .
Mrs G.J. McGriff.Sr., spent >
i Genevieve Gahagan last Friday in 'c1 ;
weekend with the ."
Bluffton,'S.C. junior long Thanksgiving McGriff family in Gainesville. __ ..:i.-\ _. .-'>- ,,', $4.98 ,, J"o ca
'! CC --:= : < '
and Mrs. Wil Underill of St.imon's '; "I 'r
Mr. : :
'$ Island and Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Mr. amd Mrs. Robert Green were in ; DFIaN: 840-CryiUI & Sllverplate Coaster Set. ; \
of Savannah Ga. were Thurs Sanford over the weekend visiting 96t-7100 Tues.-Fri. 9-5;'" 4" In.diameter Gift boxed. '1'i i
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and fami ,, ck 'ir '"!
:talker Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 9-1 #
Bats. 1-: ,
ly. Family. Hair StylingJSfil<>nL' 1 "" ,/I
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Mr. and Mrs.. 'Gilbert Goldwire 1209 74. Temple'(Across from'Powell's )Dairy FrV eie) t\ .... -.. I
Charles and .
t Mr.. and Mrs. Agin .
last week Cedar i" : i' vio-m ,
three days at 1 I
'daughters visited Dr. and Mrs. Bruce spent / '
Ivey and family in Mt. Dora over the Keys. ; ; : .. The: j J'

weekend. Mr.and Mrs.R.O.Dansby returned JHOLIDflYWednesday: I ''; \I.H'I-' .'_

Monday of last week after a weeks All Haircuts -x500' ,
Wayne .Henley of Advance N.C. : ; i" M 1 ;
spas Thursday to Sunday guest of Mr. visit with relatives in Ozark and Montgomery r' ,', f fife Shop
and Mrs. Jerome Johns. Ala and Panama City and ; All iPemisSpecia 82oOOrs ''i '.h / .
also visited Mr. and Mrs. P.T. Nolin i (

and Mrs, O.G. Strayhorn and in Defuniak Springs. tT \
Mr. senior Citizen D'iiy :;;
Mr.. and Mrs. Jerry' Driggers of ); aqrD J; nOWest CallSt. ;
visitors of Mr. Members of Cadet troop 520 attendedthe .. ." ,
Wildwood'were Sunday .
} i,8ll0r. rv1 : i to' i
and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. presentation of a; "Ticket toChristmas" r ? s 85OO""..1 \,; .. -- a-'hh'JJ; i ell-:.:'" I Jilt-.
Saturday morning at ,
!"Mr. and Mrs. Rhymer Howell were Riverside House. 'Attending--.were".., < Owner & Operator .. # ,.rerm.rar & .. ;; 9645764

visiting relatives in Hortense and Mrs. A.J. Eaves, leader Marion Sut- Debra Jordan Norman ./ Lawte1 lluneT 8bopp.
and Jacksonville last ton. Dana Adkins Stephanie Dukes,
Folkston Ga. Debbie J). .
Tuesday to Friday Tasher Allen and Tylicza. ., ..'


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-- '" ,,': .' Elizabeth Walker ," of God in Unity, Rev. Sampson White,

I By Dolores Meng Baby Shower. .,1.. ,;l\ '. '. Phone 964-66831\ '.', pastor. Rev. C. Wright will deliverthe
Phone 468-1915 Mrs:Elaine Lott fmd her Infant son, message. All of the Masonic fami-

Nth w Postmaster Brian Christopher Were honored. at a Scout News ly is invited. Time 6. p.m.
; hebie er began working as Baby. Shower Tuesday, 1 I Friday, Dec. 11 is Parent Night for New Bethel Baptist Church:
Hamptonpugg Postmaster on Nova:30. ,The.shower.was hosted by Mrs Boy and Girl Scouts. All parents and Installation of all officers will be
Her previous Postmaster,experience) Ruth Riddick: ,Mrs; Cassie. Cooper volunteers are asked to meet in RJE Friday, Dec. 11,7:30: p.m. Rev. G. G,
in luded 17 years attWaldo.and!'15 > >and'Cheryl .Thompson Brooker" Cafeteria, 7:30: p.m. The helpof McAuthor will deliver the message.
m nths at Graham. the Riddick home. .- Is needed: Choirs lie 2 are asked to sing. Sunday
Ifa" are happy to have Shebie with Visitors everyone School 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11
us and fitfpJfBUe enjoys,working$in this Faul Z ebvre of Arizona spent last Pll ,. Please Scouting.help our young people growIn am., Communion Service 5 pm. All
t week with his mother, Viola'Lefeb- .
co noniniiy. /
F1 members are invited to attend.
Brownie 352 and Junior'
S> fflortCUzejisParty' A t i\ : > the Henry Spell family. On Troop
? ; Mt. Morlah United Methodist Church:
Ira. Evelyn Vaughan president, Saturday Paul and Villa went to Tam. ; p Troop 684 meet each Wednesday at Christmas rehearsal will be held
to visit the Ed Fitzpatrick family. RJE, 3:30: p.m.
welcomed 33 persons to the HamptonSettlor pa
each Tues. "Thurs. All Sunday
Citizens Christmas Party ,. David Earnest and sons, Jimmy Parents are asked to give volunteer
LA cheon held in the City Haft.last and David,Jr..of Venice spent Saturday help with the Scouts. School students are asked to attend.
and with his Dell 168 O.E.S. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
F day.e Sunday parents, My. Chapter
Club furnished fried chicken and Mrs. Wallace Collins. Mr. and rz Dell Chapter will observe Eastern Church: Rehearsal for the Christmas
ar 1 beverages and those attending Mrs ,Joe' B.. Oliver of Keyytone'Heights Star Day Sunday Dec. 20 at New program will be each Mon.,Wed., and
bi ught in 'delicious casseroles joined them Saturday for a Bethel Baptist Church: 3 p.m. Thurs., 7:30 each day.
salads, desserts and breads. holiday dinner. Reverend Levy Lennon will deliver Antioch Baptist Church:
Gifts were exchanged and Dr. and Mrs. Paul Vasques visited ? 1-1 &L-4 the message. The Masonic family is Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Christmas songs were sung to the accompaniment the Paul Meng and Francis Meng invited. Bible Study, 9:45: Sunday School II
of William Lahn and families Tuesday and Wednesday''' Francis Chapter O.E.S. a.m. Morning Worship. The Choir
his melodious mandolin. Mrs. Bessie before returning to their home in Francis Chapter will observe the will sing at Starke Nursing Home 3

Maxwell was the lucky winner of a Huron Ohio. ; ': .' II 69th anniversary of the Thanksgiving p.m.
Christmas fern, a door prize. Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper have '. service of St. John the Evangelist,
fofrs. Kay Carbone of Rosselle, New returned to Bethesda where John has Dec. 27 at Free Canann True Church
Jersey, was''a special guest and ac-' an HM2 rating in the Navy Hospital Librarian Dan Smith accepts gift of books from Senior Citizens Club. Lucy
co panied her mother, Mrs. Belle Corps. Weltons. club president made presentation.
B own, to the party. Recent Birthdays
Sveryone appreciated the lovely Cecil Woods was 7 on Nov. 26.Cindy
M< :orations on the tables and around Davis celebrated her 9th birthday Senior Citizens Present Books To Library f
th i hall and had a delightful time. Nov. 26. Cheryl Thomas was 9 on Nov. -
C mgratulatlons 29. Mitchell Thomas had another birthday Presentation of books to the Bradford Representatives of the club will
}nald and Elaine Lott announce Nov. 29. Carlton Meng and County Library was a highlightof I serve refreshments and carry gifts of
Ui s arrival of their baby son, Brian Lawrence Meng celebrated birthdayson the Senior Citizens Christmas party lap robes and bibs, made by Senior
Cl topher, born on October.24 at Dec. 4. Kim Shepherd was 10 on held at the Pratt Street recreation Citizens, to residents of the Starke
A chua General Hospital. He weighs Dec. 5. Mary Wood celebrated her 9th center Tuesday noon. A six volumeset Nursing home at 3 p.m. Tuesday,
s lbs.8 oz.and measured 21 inches. birthday Dec. 6. Sharon Godwin turn- on popular science, and a catalogof Dec. 15. Christmas music will be
Maternal:grandparents are Hank ed 12 on Dec. 8. novels were among the volumes featured.

tt of Hampton and- Sammie Fowler Hampton Elementary School' presented by the club to librarian Dan Officers recently elected to serve
o Jacksonville. Gratitude the club next year are: Lucy Wellons,
The PTA members and all the
eternal Edgar
grandparents are
students appreciate the generosity of Certificates of appreciation were re-elected president; Harry Fertig,
a Mrs.Lucille Lem Cauley Starling of Starke of Lawtey.and Mr.a Roger and Arlene Rich in their gift of presented to,three club members, vice president; Maida Williams, For your
Vernon Olin Alice Kelly and Flossy Secretary; Peggy Richardson,
great grandparents are $50 to the Halloween Carnival. It will -
E el Lott of Hampton and Nell be put to good use. Prescott, for special services.to the treasurer; Minnie Coss, Devotional
Henley of Mt. Julius Tennessee. We are sorry for this delay in thank- organization during the year. ..\ Leader; Flossie Prescott, Hostess;
Maternal great grandparents are ing Mr. and Mrs. Rich for their kind- Games Christmas stories, and the Lillian Allen, Gertrude Wentz, and ShoppingConvenience
Mi-.and Mrs.Lem Starling of Lawtey. ness. Their check was held up by the exchange of gifts were features of theparty. Marcella Foster, House Committee;
Lucky Winner .' Post Office Department. and Gertrude Wentz, Sunshine Committee -
pot Mitzel was the winner of the toy Correction Honor Roll .
chest given Saturday at the St. Edward's Last week's article incorrectlylisted

Christmas Bazaar in Starke.Dot the 6th and 7th grade A-B Honor 6th Did You Know........... .
plans to keep it as a convenient Roll. The correct names are:
place for her grandchildren's toys. grade Judy Cowger, Cassandra
Rummage SaleThe Fisher, Mindy Hersey and Elizabeth Lyle Anderson of'San Diego Cal. Mike Goldwire of Fort Lauderdalewas Open 9 a.m. 8 p.m.
( Hampton Christian Church will Riccitelli; 7th Grade '- Tammy arrived Saturday to visit his mother, visiting his parents Mr.and Mrs.
sponsor a rummage sale Saturday, Peeples and Ruth Underwood. We are ,Mrs. James Barron in Starke and to 'j'>l Gilbert Goldwire.Saturday to Tues thru
Dec. 12 at the church from 10 a.m. to 5 Congratulations I make his home in Orange Park. day. Monday < Saturday
p.311. The church is located one block
north of the Handyway store. Mary Busch,our Special Education Mrs. Roy 'demons spent the Mrs. J.D. Odom and Mrs. Cecelia
.;Featured items will be clothing, Teacher, was married during the 'weekend with her mother,Mrs.Mam-.' Terwillegar attended the leadership 1 p.m. 6 p.ln.
toys tools, household and shop items. Thanksgiving Holidays to Isaac mie Iterrish in Jacksonville and conference of Florida Association of
Donated articles maybe left at the Welch., We wish them much happiness helped c ebrate her 83rd birthday at, Realtors at the Marriott Hotel in
church on Friday or early Saturday. I IMarch a family reunion. Among thoe atten, Orlando last Monday to Wednesday. Sunday
Bake Sale and Christmas Bazaar Of Dimes ding were Ray Brestin of Indian They were joined by Susan Faulkneron
The Hampton Area Brownies, Girl The March of Dimes WalkAThonwas River Miss Brenda Laiorie, Mr. and Tuesday.
Scouts, and Cub Scouts will sponsor a held Friday afternoon on the Mrs. Frank Parrish, Mr. and Mrs.
Christmas Bazaar and Bake Sale on school grounds. Those acquiring the Jimmy Clemons, Mr. and Mrs. Gene of the
Bill Be knapp
Saturday Dec. 12, in front of largest amounts for sponsorship of Norman and Mrs.Marcia Nugent and District Deputy Northeast
E kerd's Drugs in the Bradford this program were Dewey McClellan children. Palatka Elk his Lodge homecoming visita- SaleMen's
Square from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mrs. In- with$80.38,Clinton Brown with$25.91, District and held at the palatka Elk ?
g dampen may be contacted for and Rhonell Estes who brought in Ruby Lilley of Paducah,Ky. is tion inspection Nov. 30. Starke Short Sleeve ,
more information Or..donations. $24.57. Dewey helped the 2nd grade visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Lodge, Monday night attending the din- ,
BloodmobUeTho'Civttan' bring in the highest amount $96.53. Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson while Mrs:r rf Elks and Elkettes Mr. and Mrs.
( Bloodmobile will,'be The 4th grade with the help of Clinton Olson is a heart patient in Bradford ner and speech were Mr. :and Mrs. Bob KNITSHIRTS
stationed at the Starke'Chamber ofCommerce and Rhonell donated $93.87. The total County Hospital. V.A. Nichols and, Mrs. Don ,
December collected from Strunk Mr. Rawlins
next Tuesday t : amount Hampton W. .
Elementary was $256.25. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Milner, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs.
1S.ffolden; Wedding Celebration Kindergarten Activities and family were in Tallahassee over i j and Mrs. Henry Spear, and Mrs.
and Mr.
and' Mrs.t Bill Finucan,
M .RaymQmLJlaxter Cindee Lawrence's Kindergarten the weekend visiting Mr.
c let>r e.r Seth 'wedding._ Aq1?i* class recently stucdetfabtiut Pilgrims 'Milner,"Sr., and' attended'the "Sing. I George Dominianni. 7 ao
versa berD, j and Indians celebration lhe*first InS Christmas Tree/i-program put on.>U .. ::'Off.I .m.,

If toinesville. Thanksgiving. To culminate this project I by.Ul-. ..f'it'st,. Ba Ifr.
child ... ,
TheiF every child made his or her own ; !' 4 Y .n+hp-H 1 V First Christian Church I t. "
Mrs. Joe Reddick and Mr. and Mrs. Indian costume. They wore vests Mrs. H.M. Richarde of Stark and
Raymond Baxter, hosted the occa- made from paper bags and Mrs. Bryant Carroll of Jacksonville'"s". Hosts Christmas.
sion. Also present were .John and decorated, colored macaroni spent Sunday to Monday of last weekat Cantata'

Cassie Cooper Danny.and D.J. Red- necklaces, paper headbands, and Disney World. Youth & Adult ,
dick Cheryl Thompson of Brooker, shakers made from folded paper The Choir' of"the First Christian 1 '. _
Maria and filled with dried beans. Gareth Jones and Church will present the Christmas -, "".. ., '
Parley of Starke; Ray. plates Mr. and-Mrs. BradfordTornado "", ...: .
mond John Baxter. ,, Colorful makeup was applied to thestudentsl sons. Sean Frederick and Justin Cantata "Love Transcending" this -
,Mr. and Mrs. Baxter were recognlz- and with their costumes spent Tuesday to Sunday of last week Sunday evening Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. A
eh at the Club will-a ,. cake"; ted the various classrooms in Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs. HarryF. cordial welcome is extended to all. .
s rved with a good \ entertaining with a variety of Indian Workman and Mr, and Mrs. Selection
h id another Happy i";..n4 "Thanksgiving'songs. Everyone Russell Olson and sons. .
r ade by Cassie .; appreciated the effort, and they were A bright new note for VESTS of Men's

t e Riddick home. gbpdt Iittesp.Dtertainers.tbpfllitayeffrTestyb'laly : Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns attended ". partial i I. to present a '
Christmas party TROUSERSoff
annual Gator
_.. 'o. -*_..*..":.** '.' rtni ........ the awards in Jacksonville hot dip set in a chafing
and banquet dish or on a hottray.PAGE 2@p/o
8\La"t\ # on Saturday evening.
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f9 iiii -y+frs.'Y fis-and daughters, Jfif. .i. JTJIIll. 01=1=
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ass $iehb.7aa43aoabuini ,J + '! Ie l\t[Iw MkjBapse,. Jr., Mrs. -
cia Ta M' were r. -
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"H .dlgnsl rail f a'
sgiving alnner guests of their
F --rsonals .b,1..41 J1U .i< /
of lastriJ 4nts( Mr. ft Mrs. Cecil Hardee.
These items were left out Y.
Mrs. Elsie Norman was a
due to lack of : ONE
pa r space
Mk.s. & e 51h dJ 'Thanksgiving dinner guest of Mr. &:
ho :Mrs. Frankie' Wood and IOns, Jim, 118 s. Thompson street
wand Kevin Norman.and .
= I Cindy Taylor were
rc : I guests of Mrs. Elsie 964-7355. All
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9 I .tae Reddish guest of spent Mr.ft Just in time for Christmas. WINTERCOATS

d f .- .::--- of Newberry. f >1. Come see our Fine Selection of Gifts
':-: a; 'Y get together. All and Christmas Cards
Boca r. p a4resent including their
grpp ._." and husband, Mr. ft: We trade paperbacks
Ear 'l'rOX
t sir pari 'Reddish and Caleb of 1
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eu. mi*. ruv* **<3 / Ilison. Mr. ft 'Mrs.Dave'Kelly ands Starke.--Mr>"& Mrs. Ben 'were 'IavivY1 B 9d 111*. i 20
McCulley '
ns,of Jacksonville we.Thanksg1. ','Thanksgiving> dinner guests of Mr. ft: _.,__ fcwOsH la ai-W .st'U %

.i li g supper guests of their. parents, Mrs. Barry watts and Barry Lee. Rflerie'1\IQ11fl\ cosmetics
Mr. ft Mrs. Earl Trpxelfc Cohen Peele of Jacksonville ; .
Mrs. Wilma : a spent''Thanksgiving with her aunt \ ] Thompson Street. Off
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Mrs. Flossie,tU g ier. !\ .
...-..... and B- walnw1iigas Mr. ft: Mrs. Robert Brown of West 964-7355
and i
Brown Virginia, (cousins of Pastor ft Mrs.
Mrs. B. L. '
> attended services Sun-
David Brown)
Thanksgiving dinner,gp eat-of'.her. Ladies NylonJACKETS Entire stock of
''' day at First Baptist Church and were
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and daughte
grandson '{heir guests overnight. ; t'J. Girls
Bill and faipU yipf t ilk '
to ,Aq 1 Mr. ft Mrs. Richard Carraway and Christmas

'SSHf mot .. ,soft/ Casttn-of Atmore, Ala.:, spent with zip-out sleeves SLEEPWEAR1O
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Un.Mrs.Wilkison.< Mr..Gloria ft Mrs.Mr.Bill ft Rowe Mrs.Sherring Donald Mrs.:' of LaVonne WUkison Starke" 1I't''TUesdar.until sister parents Gainesville Miss ,Mrs.Elizabeth Mr.were ft:C.Mrs.Saturday Monday E.Terry Ray Strickland Rosier.overnight and her of J.I ''Wfft'Wertifi' Larte. Ih 2O% Off % Off

came to share Mrs. B. L. Wilkison'sTilth Selection
birthday dinner with her on Sun- ? Selection of Boys
day. See Pag 'ISA. ;( .

t Miss Arthurine Blanchard and Mrs. A ,. JEANS
Nell Harley were Thanksgiving dinner SUITS

Mr.guests ft Mrs.of the.Merrill Don Denton McMillan family.Of. Try our all new Hair Glossary ( Jf. 25% off 25 50

Starke John Wilson's Thanksgiving' Revolutionary new collection in1' %
guest was Miss Charlotte Geiger !
Mrs. Wendle Symth her daughter hair- off
Miss Elizabeth Smyth, of:Jacksonville ,4 > n..y l",.. .1-
and Mr. ft Mrs. Bill Wilson,

Col.were ft Thanksgiving Mrs. William dinner Wilson.guests" of 'Call for a 'FREE;'.i Make-up Lessonor ; Stump'sDept1 .

..Mr8. Lois Carter Mr. ft Mrs. Lane

C rtr7Mr.ft Mrs. Glenn Starling drop by .and experiment at our :
and Mr. 6:'. Mrs. Don Fletcher .. "
were.Thanksgiving dinner tryor bard \.. '<
Mt. ft Mrs;Leon StarUng. "PreciousMoments" ., ,

iland.: &". Mrs.D. Shelton Ken of Frank Naples 0, c;;1-i ,.r. ; _, ." ,. .', 1I \ Store '

dinner I I Mehis
akelandjwer*Thanksgivtag w l figurines ;Fine Colognes '
sts p? their brother and sister-Uj-
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Music: Men 40 Russell's Sporting Streaks 46 301-Quick: .Stop 26 lIS.
Starke's Music Men continued a Gds.33 i .v., ,-u S)", MJSicMen59.FlMcher'il40
2-year run of dominance in area flag :'I '" "*'" ''* '
Streaks 39- Express
football with another District II men'stournament 301-Quick Stop 40-Hubo Tractor 26.. v,; ,>. .-T .'Cbsmplonshlp': ,
championship Saturdayat Fletcher's Farm 18 Gators 13 Vt-'v;' ':>' M nsic Men 29 Streaks 24''
BHS. The task at hand now for the ......' ,. ,!,, I ...J" j .,' ., .

team that has won back-to-back : .4 '. ,
Starke regular season as well as I
District titles is the State Tournamentin
Palm Bay (Just south of .
Melbourne) where they were unsuccessful Ia I
in a first-time venture last


The 18-team State tourney starts
Saturday morning with Music Men
taking on the District IV runnerup at I s / / V .5 SSS
11 a.m. Macclenny's Streaks, who ..S4.

were runnerup in Saturday's event to ..
also qualify for state, take on the .L r
District IV champ at 9:30 a.m. Satur-
day in another first-rounder. Last ,
)'ear'Muslc Men, which planned to ',.'
make the drive south Friday night, 'Yo .' >
eliminated with back-to-back j<. "}" i,, '
was 'i )..,,;,. .4'.i.r'rr 5' 5
losses at the rugged state meet.It '
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Saturday afternoon's championship 11. $,(;,

game, with both the Music Men District Champ's Again, Starke Music Men... tW1'.ttr.r; Z

and league runnerup 301-Quick of Stop the Singing "we're number one!" are the Music Men of The District, trophy went with the team's Starke \# for state regardless 'tt
qualifying second Men's Flag Football award. : <
Starke, winners of a straight league championship
team I.q<;
outcome. The quick Macclenny '! '>to
District Title. "
which fared no better than third in the .. -""""' '''''',,", 't;:.,...k,. '
regular season, used interceptions to Ist1a --- -- 7I'll'dW NI ..W>$ "" 'f. :
break a close game wide open in the clinch its second straight District ..it "'if.. ) '
I final period to beat Quick Stop 46-26 in trophy ":$,4', t: ? :
one semifinal while Music Men was In first-round games Music Men I 0 .:.. (1
past Fletcher's Farm edged Russell's Sporting Goods ol;. ..i:., ,.. 3P : ,
Equipment of Newberry 5940. A loopIng Gainesville 40-33, the Streaks stunned I '':iiiJ< ,

pass from Bill Goodge to Gene undefeated Gainesville kingpin Musk ,-. .
Raulerson put Quick Stop up 19-18 Express 39-31, 301-Quick Stop whipped tfi/ ;;"" ,N'AF'.t N ; 0 ('r II
against the Streaks but after Jackson Hubo Tractor of Lake City 40-26,, >
Prevatt and Bill Ratliff hooked up on and Fletcher's topped Macclenny'a ..", \ :(\" '\
a stop-and-go route to the inch line the Gators 1813.
Macclenny club picked off a pass in
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turned the State Entry : "
the endzone and game )

around.In Brovord BuoWlior (hot) ,.. ._,..4 ti, -, }\ .
the final the Streaks, who were North Miami Jot I .. .. .
badly beaten by Music Men twice in RotlncroB. Jupiter (IMO champs) <' .... ;
the regular Starke-Macclenny league laudordalo Dirty Dowgt \.,. ,. .. .. .

campaign, bolted out to a 12-0 lead in Miami American Robin ... ...:.Y'.,....,, .....:...
eye-blinking fashion by returning the Quincy OllortLoudanla --
opening kickoff all the way back and Ocean Tormina! % 0
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then turning an interception into a Macclonny Strook ,.: ,"

2-pitch touchdown just moments MUSIC MEN. Stark.AbbofJamison. f : : 'TMTwo J
later. Plnollat Park .
But the Starke club fought back as Woitom Auto Croitvlow' ,. .5'. :-t )ah ,
Beaver DeSue broke off a long run to U. Contra! Florida Hump .. + .
short Chris Chandlerto low.nbrau .t '. 1i I
the 2 to set up a Daytona ,
Mike Chandler toss and then uppedit tlaglor Noll. Bank. West Palm .'. ? r i Interior Ai
to 23-12 just after halftime on a Kolco St. p.t.nburgPha. ;
Chandler to Sam Bennett throw and .. 2 Loungo.. Myon Putting Heat on the QU...,.. _
back to Erie of 301-Quick Stop, right; applied pressure to the Streak quarter-
run. The Streaks fought Mists Mlllors, Voro Boach Biggs :
this team won the ballgame In lit. .week ADecorators WJth\I?
within 29-24 with just minutes left but Mlllor IIto. Ft. Myort back on play,hutjhe Macclenny r
Music Men wound down the clock to (Finals: 2:30 Sunday) District. tourney; v.1 j.m, '> ,b '" 0H. .<"v, *, ';rand 1 '"
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Speedville's David Walker Leaps from BHS Bench to Big-Time oratorsyoudeserve to know-about. Iran n..io ...noo*

Slim, sle k't l d'e ,use; these decdt' t.hoM"

When David Walker played his last 11 rebounds at SPJC. He was late bloomer. "He's one of the best tor phones are'avatl 'Dr Yeltl bf'1i1otlessth, I :Sbrro ,1203And

basketball game at Bradford High remembering the player that "could athletes we've got. We recruited him the cost iYp! f D "nlvort
School in the 1978 AAA regionals at have been all-state in high school on the basis of his potential because .WniiM rKlriV! ol3:eqa| orflni l lovotoHw
Ocala Vanguard few, if any people, easy" but wasn't even close, not the quite honestly his past has been pret- a. w.,' J UUI TAU) q J TIU3RQ: :iHT 111 I looqqo bluorlt noltqoixo:
gave it much thought as to where the one who was all-Florida in the rugged ty obscure. He still falls into lapses .DI.n,I D tonlJ Jnefi>>IJrQm t:, Snnpt61I8R I l0rt ad bno
gangly senior would next call his JUCO ranks. As he looked back in sometimes where his lack of good c cony .I )t y n Iab .:Jolq bnDbusmesscffi&jr'r1srt

home court. There he was at the end time he saw a center that made just:32 competition shows up." aBut I ( W&I J'J iV
of the bench, in coach Warney Adkin- percent of his shots not the post man if David's answer to a question ,\l ; au:
son's doghouse in the second half, as t that hit 54 percent from the field and about his goals is any indication lie's n l):t etthe..rofawrst giv t M1oo8...
the stubborn Tornadoes were losingat 71 percent from the line as a college now got team ball in mind: "I want to .o I i7 Jusf ht tm { AU' are
Ocala Vanguard. sophomore. The Walker he get to the NCAA's," was his response \ rta/h: t atbale in some are s.ri.1i: ..0 is r "rt;)r I
After all Walker's was an un- : remembered wasn't aggressive when asked about his goals.In lot ..lft"II... ) ) o\d0q
distinguished high school career. He enough to battle on the boards, the an 85-58 opening win over Cal loot b.dl1l.b': .NA3J @}"nlol"l+ IO 33TATZ Q3TIMU.AOIJ13MA
was on a better-than-average ballclub Walker of the last 2 seasons crammeda Poly-Pomona the former Tornadosaw otbotS! nl' oloulitlortoq :
as a senior the 18-10 team that bushel of dunks through the rims of 17 minutes of action, canning 3 of '," 'o''t' Jw ..Hltnloll3MMOVVJ
shocked Clay High for the District title Florida's Jr. College gymnasiums.. 4 shots and 2 of 2 free throws for 8 'ie .v&n, f ; Y ., hA go. W
but he was no better than the "He was probably the best college points while claiming 1 rebound, 1 nb nl I .allw I .
third best ballplayer on that team prospect I ever had in my 30 years of steal, and 1 assist. He was off the 1 'h.q ..tnobnot.QMOITDATOWtTOM ,to\n\l
with lightning bug point guard Kenny coaching knew that then," Warney bench for just 4 minutes of an 88-77 ;YAWMO3 JMMOVVJ-
leading scorer Freddie t 7t't said. "I k'eIp telling him he could do it victory; over U.S. International /1: A : \ bno
the And kids 1 assist while '. 3.V Qniniotgniyl JAB3O33. YVAM XAl
Aldridge ringleaders. accor- and the kept begging him to play recording just taking no
,aol 1 to ,HOIMU7ia3HD.ttnobnoloQ
to Adkinson) his lack of"wantto"put shots.
ding like he could but he just did not do it in ,I :3H io "\f << .
him on the bench often despite his high school. He always had the poten-t The Privateers, who were a powerin nwoT ,CS:
6-5 frame and fine natural tools. small-college basketball but are i *.1*
tial. I'm glad for him. s: \
For those that watched David not yet at that plateau since moving .g"
David WalkerThe ,He 'did It' at SPJC and the folks at :
Walker wallow in mediocrity in high into Division Irplay an independent
New Orleans are hoping he'll do it for' s1YOg: 0ITA)1J8U"VBy
school the surprise comes now. He Is ; former Tornado now suits up them. schedule after dropping out of the Sun '.....,ot,,,...( *4af lad ,to:) sdr'Ir.wplto
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I playing major college basketball. for the University of New Orleans. "We expect him to be a significant Belt Conference, mostly dotted by ". alias 3? (+' .Ihninv! : (0:1: bsalyt
Yep, NCAA BIG-time basketball. contributor," said Jim Smith, an -. a.c l.! dke Pomona. But they t: i b 01'' hrordrr
When his mother moved to St. assistant coach at UNO who admitted ':i1 1lf ""a fllsti-tlighly-regarded. San :. 1..... .. -Iti1r
Petersburg Walker moved with her, "You're kidding" was Adkinson's 1? ', eaa. oL1 <0' '..tis' o
walked on at St. Pete Junior College, smiling reaction Monday, a reaction ." "...-- a--IOr--- q
and not only made the SPJCC ballclub that seems to be the norm. "I'll be Coach Warney Adkinson: "He was probably the .d r< ;)
but grew into a dominating\ inside darned. When he was here he always had In of t
force. Earlier this year the BHS grad had the potential but we couldn't get best college prospect. lever. my30 years pY5 3 tf.

signed a 2-year scholarship with the him to do much of anything." coaching..." .? > ; V ti: ; .* s. t tQrn5 at or
University of New Orleans makinghim Adkinson was thinking of the player :, .: : I :, plta 4 ..1Jv
what Is believed to be the first that more often than not didn't 'cometo ; ,
major college roundballer ever to play" not the one that 3 inchesto that even though he was coaching\ at:; -Francisco, SW Louisiana (Monday on -i

come out of BUS. 6-8, 215 and averaged grew 14.S points nearby Florida State when, .Walk etl'',"the.: road),- Southern .Miss, and ,'f4 y n
was a senior "I never even heard of: .Dayton.

1 him till he showed up at St. Pete.?':":; >Also UNO has a two-day date thatVVYIU 0a

Walker 'bt\ntacted.byphone.\? ., serve as Walker's homecoming'and .-. 1i
I Signup Deadline is Dec. 18 before aT pgifme'last week:.said, '; --( give BUS fans a chance to see .
"The peop ?that knew me "' : -
pretty- .the.'new' David Walker) as they will .
For Men's Hoop League TeamsTeams good knew I had it in me, it"just dido t -.take part in the Hatter Classic at Stetson ->, .':. '.. ,
seem to spark back there. : University in Deland January 4-5.1l?"i: r
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Asked if he felt he proved" His UNO team,. the host Hatters
interested in in the proposed Starke Men's Basketball t '"
playing something to the doubters in SUrke* Morehead St, and Centenary are in ,' .
S League must have a roster filled out and returned by December 18 it was the deep-voiced roundballer said '
: the The Privateers also
decided at a meeting Tuesday night. The roster forms are available at the tourney. play t )
.y. ,tD,them.and to me. '.Stetson and Florida A&M in New..1 K
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Rec. Department Armory. When and how did the alsoran'evolve T
Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin said that if at least 4 teams sign up (3 were into college material prep? Orleans.- st" bIt
i .represented Tuesday night) the league will go as planned with the league fees Those games aren't just'homecom- .. .
to be set according to the number of teams. .;Treally had to do something.-I ing' for Walker The UNO roster also '; .al
i Play will be 2 nights a week, with NCAA college rules used and the time had USe ability, and I grew some includes former Jacksonville Raines' .; "I IS -
: period for the games still to be determined. more," Walker remembered of the Acie' Sanders 1\.1.1allstaters q -J : I
S Any teams interested should come by the Old Armory or call (964-6792). Out year lapse after graduation. He went (6-6) and ,.11, U
of county entries will be limited to 3 per squad. to SPCC with the Intention of tryingout Lester Beans (6-4)and" Lake Worth, rrnw.. ..; '- .'/If'10 a..Rl.e ,. _
I but was beat to the punch when. _. ptYductOscar Taylor (6-3) .rhoSmlttl i i \ ,.... .1,,,. A
that school's coach noticed him In .' ',said Mis our most valuable. and \. ft ",.":.." .", ,. tI 0"1" I.
I Starke Christian Crusaders .2nd ,saute Mayer < '' ..
I pickup game in the gym and set J him "I'0 "
'n j ., ...'o.4 .....ll itNillitlnd
It \
to enroll.David enrolled tried out,; '\
up : .j
In State Flag Football Playoffs and...well, pardon the expression but ", 'n' f'tm ; I 44I. +KttekarYy .. ..s'I"

I" the rest is history, at least as far as P IB FOaBSr '. I.' ... (I .. ersMs ", n.' ,J
The flag football team of Starke Christian School was awarded the second Bradford High is concerned:He chose err' r ,, p '" ..6ill'
place trophy after their loss to Lake: City Christian School in the State playoff UNO out of a list of some 25 schools K:+<\ ; : ., .....4I ue, ..I.t+ fxAr rods M AlY .\'ajtlC
I for smaller Christian schools.The final score of the game was 34 to 28 with the courting him "because they bad a lot'. fU' 2'.Sa; t-"" t! .4r1 f".It O4>! rnrY nr ..IdamsYtots .

loss the first of the year for the Crusaders. I sophomore and because they showed -,..:. '.. .. .,. .. r \. i .14Qwolll.dtil 6nc non-z xl.
The regular game ended in a 28-28 tie but because it was a championship the most interest In me.'t ... W"'" ie-.t. .. .,11-" .a l .

; game it had to go into sudden death overtime. Lake City won the ton and after ::1:1, .. .., ........ _II .' r;.. 1 -- :nmr ( f t f0-42015
: a 75 yard drive they scored the winning TD on a pass from the S yard line. Smith admitted that cases of a i high" : Y ;
s The Crusaders were honored for their beat season ever with a luncheon at, MhocJ unkown becoming a major college z= Iaso w. NarleeaFbse

r the Holiday Inn last Thursday. They were accompanied by their coach John standout are rare but he feels S4-3.2

Volkots and Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez. Walker may be that special sort: of .>tall'aas.b.arillasl..drarrkde.Amsi-1TWSban.d. ........O"Page -'



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I December 10, 19KI TKLKUKAPH Page 1:1.\:

Bradford CowJoMidgets Cap Season With 48-12: Bowl Blowout

I au It wu a fitting way to wrap,up a ,V "Wevwarfcd out kind- of flat but Farelon- McClellan praised the boys,

Hra lifdCowlbye: M diet I/ap t *ben< they broke that long run that and also others who helpedand

Warner team unbeaten the irauwseaaon ,,; Win.tip.W..ny.tarted. popping achieve Its fine :
and'with only an exhibition after that." I want to thank all the parents and

loss,Jn Jacksonville marring an otheraaac P.lhalli''popped' a touchdown .1m- people that followed us all year and
*''wIs perfect record,steamrolled oveV' .n te Yt.f ll S pave us their support," Thomas said.
iSnfnEtckoff. '
the Orlando Buccaneers 4e-L71n the galn fora W VaM Woa also the Bradford High

Timucua Classic in Green Cove Saturday Kel. oe'* conversion kick coaching staff especially Coach
to finish with 12 victories for the made it *.. Cowboys heading into (David) Hurse. He came down and
period 2. ? talked to the boys and told them to useithe

year.In another game in the Classic the Attara a 'group hJed: JjtAaron 2 weightroom( at their own discretion +
caused a f lfe Jtef Fiajit I 'and he loaned
Bradford Mitey Mites lost a tough 10defena1ve ; us ,T "
slugfest against .U>ngr cover dattheBucl2Betlaniy tape, and let (BHS
Park. Orange wept in from the 8 on third and 6 and Greathouse look at n. r

Kehoe'a boot upped the lead to 16-6. and tape them for us." "

I Bs II, Midgets 48 That availed to :S3*rapidly: as, '
Bellamy picked off a pate to turn the. 4 '
Orlando -
ball back:: over :at 'tWsr.ClintonJenkins Orange Park 6 -
The .Buc's, league runnerups in broke 4.tackles on a:15 yard ,1 'rdy h Y
Mites 0
Orlando, slowed the Bradford Midget gain toast up a9yardTDjRmltbyPatKehoe's Mitey .
express only for quarter before the .Thomas. kick was wide. ,'' '' Just as expected it
Cowboys exploded for S7 second Orlando fumbled the ball back 'to defense and more

quarter points and called off the does Jenkins, who rumbled 34 yards to the as the Cowboy YI71.'x.' '"
in the last half. Buc 17. Kehoe kept for 12 and 1 play Orange Park, both ?r ,,,.y ,Ir. rw V yti '77r t

The Cowboys were stopped on their later Pelham bulled in on a power year old football met

first two scoring threats. Robert 'dive. Kehoe then bit Jenkins on a con time this season, in / ', .--v-- r H x tt, ...; -! '5 .4'Fr : 'Var, ''"

Bellamy broke a long run early but version pus to put Bradford up 29-6. Classic. -

Bradford ran out of downs Then after After yet another fumble, this one: Unfortunately
broke one touchdown over t.- -.. -. .-. _.. ,
Char Pelham tackles for a recovered by Keith GUlingham at the --

gainer and QB Keith Kehoe 37,. Bellamy-dove hi:from the,2.to quarter and that wag Start of the Midget Rout...
kjpt for 13 more to the 2 a touchdown make it 354 at halftime out a 6-0 victory and
run by Reggie Jackson was called The Cowboy added 2 more second-: between the 2 Charley Pelham number 22 with ball, broke Pelham' score pushed the Bradford Cowboys In front I
back on a dead ball penalty against half scores as Ricky Galney got his Bradford victory. agalnit-the-graln kickoff return for a 66-yard TD the <>f Orlando's Buc's 8-6 and the local team poured it on,

Orlando before the play. The ]Buc's.who .chance to carry the ball (along with Even in defeat was. on in last week's. Timucua Classic Midget \winning 4412.

were runnerup in the Orlando about everyone: else) and went 62 coaches were

league, held on downs. yards on a keeper and Bellamy added their team, which
Two plays later Orlando workhorse another score. with 9 wins and 2

Mark English sprinted through a hole For the game the Cowboys rolled up "The entire defense field; leading the team with 12 Pop Warner BanquetDec. the banquet. No awards will be givento

and went M yards to put the central 519 yards. ,rushing with Pelham game of the season Gail Hampton Bo Hersey, 17 at BlandingThe boys or girls who have not done the

Floridians up 6-0 with seconds to go scooting for 151 and Bellamy 147. Coach Ronnie Clarence Williams all lended big annual Bradford Co. Pop following: 1) paid registration, 2)

in the first period. Kehoe chipped in 79 stripes on that hurt our defense 2 to Bradham in shutting down the Warner Association banquet will be turned in wrapping paper 3)) has

That TD was the last thing to go keeper while' Thomas had 23, a 20-0 loss to OP) Orange Park club's offense. held Thursday Dec. 17,at the Service ticket money, 4) or owes the Ass'ocia.tion -

Orlando's way.. "We had talked Jenkins 19, and !battering blocker Everybody gave all Ricky Whitaker, Chris Club at Camp Blandmg; starting at 7 money for anything (shoes
before the game about how this Was Jesse McSwain ran for 18. little more. Lance Wiggins, and Chuck p.m.. socks, mouthpieces, etc.).
the last time ,we were going to be Mathews led In total tackles with 10 were all effective. Tickets which are on sale through No tickets will be sold after

.together as a group after 3 years as a plus I a fumble recovery. Lonnie "This is the best offense played an outstanding Townsend Strickland, are $5 for December 12.
,team" noted Head Coach Ronnie Hamilton had 9 stops; Tony Davis, know of," Padgett too," Padgett said. "What adults, unless you have sold enoughgas Mr.Strickland will be at the Old Ar

Thomas "I told them they'd been Tommy parker; and McSwain 8 coaches are very have been a scoring drive was tickets to receive a free ticket. mory each afternoon through FridayA

winning for their momma's and dad-, apiece' rapidly-improving" RobertBoaweu connected with this by a couple of bad breaks." Admission is free for football playersand general membership meeting will
dy's and everybody' else and that and Mike Manningh6; young men." had 33 yards on 9 carries cheerleaders. be held Monday night Dec. 14, at the

they'd need to win this one for GUlingham and Danny Linebacker Gerald Morrow kept 4 times for 18 The players will receive game Old Armory for the purpose of electing -

themselves.. Maybe we were a little. each and Simon Mitchell 5. the Bradford Most ,and Hampton picked up 13 Jerseys and jackets and the new officers. All association
bit too ready. Thomas and Assistant Coach according to Padgett. cheerleaders letters and jackets at members are urged to attend


Le'l....II LI U n n UUJr ...wmwmw

JV's Getting

PUBLIC NOTICE oppeared herein.. It 'Is. Immediately thereafter, feet, thence Southerly :30 p.m., In the County NOTICE T.V. SERVICE West of
therefore oth.rwls. the Default 18.61 feet to a concretemonument .. meeting Lawtey 4/5 mile, on
ORDERED AS will be ent.red'ogoln.t located at the Bradford County JACK COURTNAY HAS SR.225, Lawtey Florida
FOLLOWS: you : for the relief Intersection of the South ., Starke, MADE APPLICATIONFOR 32058 Intends to Closer to WinThe
1. The D.f.ndont, demanded. In the Com and East right of way line on Tuesday SPECIAL EXCEPTIONFOR said fictitious
Lyvonne William, f/n/a .plaint. of road 29. 1981, and Church ((7.5-2)) to the register
Notice l I. hereby given a county graded recommendation name under the JV cagers of BHS got a little bit
Lyvonne Conway, shall WITNESS my hand and th.nc. South 0 degrees a Bradford County Board aforesaid statute. second time out
that the Board of Adjustment the Board of County closer to victory their
I appear In this cause and "seal this 24th day of 08' West along sold 865, of Adjustments on property Dated this 16th day of
City of Stark. Fla. .,. and the that is Classified and hope to get over the hump Friday
I will conduct a hearing at plead to the complaintfiled November. 1981.Gilbert Easterly right of way line I will consider on RSF-1 and described November AD IV81 In night, Dec. 11,as they host MacclennyIn
herein on or before S. Brown 202.I' feel to the point that 4, 1981 Bradford Counly.11194tchg .
7 p.m. In the City Commission January below: a 6:30: preliminary to the 8 pm.
room. City Hall January It, 1982.: or in Clerk. Circuit Court of beginning. From point the same sold place at 12/10 tilt between the 2 schools

Starke. Fla. on default' thereof, the By Beulah Moody of beginning thus of a.m. an Ordinance Five ((5)) acres in Section NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO varsity The Baby Tornadoes were 62-37
December 22, 1961 at 7 Court hall proceed' to Deputy Clerk described continue South to: 25, Township 8 REGISTER their first time
consid.r.arequ.st "Judgment In this cause to. 12/03 4tchg 1230IN 0 degrees 08) West along Box South Range 22 East losers to St. Augustine
NAME "win'
p.m. the extent provided for said Easterly right of way' The retonlng of the parcels 6OO3-A02700 and FICTITIOUS out last week but came back to
for Exception
a Special by Section 1655. Title 38. THE CIRCUIT COURT. line 218.0 feet thence described pro 6003./ .02101. located Pursuant to Section' the first 3 quarters before falling victim
to allow a mobil. United State Code, a* If EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT South 89 degrees 52' East firm Ing and amending the 1/4 miles South of Country 865.09, Florida Statutes, to foul trouble in the final periodof
home In the Agriculture. aid Defendant had been' IN AND FOR BRADFORD 200.0 feet to the Westerly RIAL Land Club Drive on Westside notice is hereby given a 56-45 loss at Santa Fe Tuesday
Zoning District on thatparcel served with process' COUNTY. right of way line of a .. Plan to provide that of St. Rd. 21. that the undersigned night.
of land described, within )he Stat. '.of FLORIDA. graded road thence .currently zoned CG RICHARD DEESE, Rt. I I. After outscoring host Santa Fe 8-4 a

a. follows Florida.: CASK NO.: 81-206 North 0 degrees 08' Eastalong designated by'' the The Bradford County Box 62B LAWTEY 15-14. and 10-9 in the first three stanzas '-

Six foMdndrths>- .%, rZ1IjsM.*...>.. .>... : the said Westerly" a. be General rextmed Com-to'' Zoning; S Planning Board FLORIDA :32053 sole i BHS was on top 33-27 but TomTohoSteve
aef .,ri'Fa4VTMs SANK ATSTARKtv will conducthearing a piaownerden9buaine,.--- .
NW'4/4J published ti'4n.F''e right of way line 218 O t .. Marsl Ir-a- Dennis
+ o/ and
SE 1'/o. "" their
North" 49" de"f.nar.a- at regular under the firm of
Center St. Ex 1-A In SINo;, Plaintiff feel' thence .. meeting held at 7:30 Dunlap, all returning JV's from last
aWl< t tPrlubtbn Ind..Canty degrees 52' West 2000 of PERVIN G. UNION REFRIGERATION fouled out late in the third
Cor Beg. 500' S :, year,
the Commission
In County
y. of p.m. Rt I. Box 628 LAWTEY
feet the Point "
less' to
Florida: not In described took advan-
as Raiders
W of NE Cor of SE 1/4 oi ROBERT HUGH EDEN. meeting room of quarter. The host
NW 1/4 and ex I-A, In SE than once each week! fat FIELD. Beginning also described / *: 21,000-Sq. Ft the Bradford County FLORIDA 32058 intendsto tage, slapping on a full court press
the N 1/2 of 4.- register said fictitious
Cor being 105' E and W six consecutive week ondEFFIE' as Lot .. 9 mjles South of Courthouse, Starke, that shook BHS up, and overtaking
prior to the return dot. Block I of Garden Acres, .on the East side of name under th.alor..aiel
Rd 420 N and S Florida on Tuesday. rush the last 8
on by Bradford with a 29-12 in
(Parc.INr2601bound.don .".....inabod..lgted.( .. an unrecorded plat. Rd 100 In Section 13. December 29 1981 and statute.Doted '
DONE AND ORDEREDAT.Jocksonvllle. FIELD.. 8 South Range this 19th day of minutes.
the South by Market Florida .hi* wife* Also the adjacent .n'l East, out of parcel to make the a Bradford recommendation County November A,D. 1981 in Johnson netted 15 points to lead
Road and on; the East by this '17th day of Defendant Western 30 feet which" /\, to allow a mobile Board of Adjustments Bradford County. BHS while guard Robert Bellamy also

city limit),: property of. NQv bor..I98I. adjoins on the East and on 20.000 Sq. Ft. concerning this SPECIAL I 11/191tpd 12/10 hit double figures with 10. Dunlap
..... 1621 t. NOTICE OF a residence.You in and Marshall 6 before exiting
Pearli.gGr t40we1l.W',Melton of the above described EXCEPTION application. popped 8
f' b:!b ;*Ht '' "WtecfSWe, District MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE property reserving unto At this time, all persons ..oV with 5 fouls. Marshall grabbed a
.. >: erkor1' J'ir.NOi. Ji 'blu'91a01407j SALE the general l. public the ding are further given will be heard concerning dozen rebounds to lead in that depart
Each and.<* > land that of.old
Very f ubllc: notice I herebygiven a copy this application'as fe
/ i right to use to said 30 ment.
TIN and !
? i.
having 'anf;| ,rt.ea, 4l< ; that pyrsuont to feet for ingress and proposed OR. specified In the ZonIng V:00 In the season opener St. Augustine.
whatever In the specla rand oin:itrlif, 'accordance Is available for Codes of Bradforc ,
exception should appeal I THE CIRCUIT COURT Finalip.gf egress. Inspection at the of f /t; which had 1 game under its belt
tiffs Summary d-A County. Your
and be hoards IIwq ,gefRldll7erJn GfITKhi 6 of Foreclosure .'of the Director of L.M. Gaines jumped all over the JV Tornadoes in
and plac. d. fl11 at public auction to th.highest and Planning the first half but the Bradford boys
I fod n this cause on Director
( bidder for cash of
County Cour StockingStutters fought back after halftime to keep the
i'M'.y ft* 30th. of B.C.Z.8.
7 e roJHQ'{ :> ..November..2 1981. thetl4n.d at the East front door of ... Stark. Florida. Itch!:! 12/10 game respectable.
: ffls Ndltt4dCti4J j juemtRr.ttffi the Bradford County Each and every Person After going to the locker room down
B-eI.'MI" y J. : a* Clerk ofriif891bbis'JMlll Courthouse, in Starke Interest NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
2 j : :. on the TO ony 24 points 40-16, BHS outscored the
9 Ir11 \ + Florida during the legal In the enact
hosts 13-7 to cut the deficit back to 17
tTh I }fIPf QffPec.mber.'I''n' of this FICITIOUS NAME
9mO3 HI f hours of sale, to-wit: proposed Here
Itch;! 12/10 INC.(.e691fi ..1I"t lM followingdeacrlbed between the hours ol 11 1 ; should ap Pursuant to Section Johnson canned 10 points, Dunlap?.

OF D/b/o GMTPtt CLEAN. real property a.m. and 2pm., more and be heard at the B65.09, Florida Statutes, V ,and Marshall 6.
STATES Plolntr"V"niu
UNITED situate In Bradford Coun- particularly I 1:15: p,m.,, and place prescrib- notice Is hereby giver- TH ..... .... ((4Si) Chandler 2.0-4, O TVBOII 102
AMERICA. Jy. Florida to-wit: same being a legal sales are that the undersigned Bellamy WMO, Johnson 5-5-15. Marshall 10-8
Plaintiff. n I JtrfgN}h 1/2 of the day and the legal hoursof BOARD OF BRADFORD OSCAR AND GLADYS OPPICP I Dunlap 4-O-8. T...i,. 20545.. .
8 58
a Q.(1Qll( 'Ullbwing described property sale.Doted COMMIS CARTER RT I. BOX 408 Santa F 156)>:
IYVONNE wife. roe Cec
f/n/a Defendant : this 30th day of of Gilbert S. Brown LAWTEY FLORIDA ..,sri Bradford ((37)): Chandler 2.1-3. Pelham 2.1.3.I
September 1981 By 32058 joint owners: do- Bellamy J-0-4, Johnson 8.2-10, Marshall 3.0-8.
IYVONNE CONWAY, A parcel of land containing Clerk Ing business under the t, Dunlap 3-1.7. Clark 10-2 Bosttell I.O-2 Toiol
Gilbert S. Brown a
JAX NAVY 'FEDERAL or less.1.0 lying acr.In the, more NW Clerk .' firm name of CARTER'S ... AutinllM (ilt) lof.lM 3O-2--2.

CREDIT UNION. 1f of By Beulah M Moody I. . . . .essus155558s
|&ft.aW'lake ; 1/4 of NE 1/4 Section Deputy Clerk' nlng
'" Township 6 South -
27. ..
4. C&t'FIa7" .<- 'Range 93 East BradfordCaunty.i ,12/02 2tchg 12/10 ......
AMENDED ORDERS 32093 .. Florida. sold III II .AI t II"'" )1 I'B ERA
I: ..
1 part bung more par qoib is! J i ,
PUBLICATION 1004 Calley Road. .
ticularly described as n9n9 :: I FAULKNERREALTY
The Court. being 'advised Stork..'". 'follow., Com s.. Us. I
by Plaintiff. United ,33091 I' It REAL ai'
State. of Am.rkrl! 'that _', 4......: otMtene' the NW ; In We v. Changed Our Name, I
the newspaper Inadvertently YOU Jl"U'" ; 1 NW I/4of But Not Our S.rvlc.

failed topubll.h NOTIFIED ....
North 89 '
n L ."
this Court's for dlse.toblLleri .,. 9&4-5OSS [B
30'EastNortherly Sampson lake .. a crowd pleeser with :3 bedrooms, 2 ,, '_ .
Order of Service. by J. N baths, fireplace, 100 feet en the lake..S7S.OOO. i
Publication entered on' ago""t" j 1 .. 51.0 Hardwood Floors .- compliment this :3 bedroom home.Fenced rap a, '01)
June 9. 1981. ,hereby linty, rlclli)
amend .It* Order a. mor9t.'P.rtlculo; ( r lyfollowir' .J yard for the klds.$32.500... I I 221 Latayen**!. Mcrossfrom Wishbone
;: Owner Financed 2 acres with elder frame
follow: 4fi1 OFFICE HOURS:

This cause came to be..... 1'n., '\ ... l. home..SU.SOO. Monday. Friday. S Saturday 9. 12 noon
and tank Trolleysweir
heard the verified, 'menc. "S Acres has well power pole septic
upon ....". r
r 1 M.111S,000.
motion of Plaintiff for on frt. N I 1 ; .
ord.r'of ..", Ic. by ,IIJ(..... .-he,. It. ..In- .'.,:"....." rS bedroom home on 14 acres, good .
the Easterly I,..... 41 .
publication, and Jt 'appearing ierl.ctswith A: I.f! lrJI',
.that this action boundary of Calley Road .J) Vit n:',CMU7700IN. -lake J 1 vollable on Sampson and Crosby lakes.

has been brought far the for a point of Beginning' .,, Ttanltt: A One o f re".with. 9 pecan t.S 000.
enforcement of, a .lien and cootfro Eons ok ng .
against real property. ..the Northerly line of the_ ,'tlLvr SAL t ry'', ASSOCIATES
situated within the Middle N 1'4 of II V"of N11/1. ,.1 1erN y lM( f on lake.Thlab.dreeas Terry AI.G.Ine*- 7S2-39M: Key C.Wat.n-964.4t41
District of Florida and. ; ISO lee "tOl"'. 'tX m'j : .hente Undo W.John-94-4097 Bobby T. *mlth-964-7694

.described a* follow:, .th.nc.'fu., South ;and, ........,.........withes.unabl. Illeen'tci"I.t 413-306S Ann W. Godwln-944-SM9

.lot*Three(3)) and Four :parallel' to the aforesaid'. rod..... 1-,33 oV the finest acres you'll ,P sn+,.l'd.ol.DjI' ."27 Norman Heddlng964S946I

((4) .of Or.af Oaks,.. NortherV.boundorylW1the :' Weed. fr..., a I up.: 1294*.j.ft.double vylde with "" "'lll .JB h1 W. Clark REALTOR
Stark. Florida -$v.. Easterly boundary ofColley hit.im;with 2 WCTV1Mfltn I room>storage building .large. ,3 9 5UU741n ,I;'"
division of 0, portion"," et .Mood to th* fdblt'
the Southeast quarter (f of Seo'nr.me:: + .Ts.llu. l !... itrle:;T.double even veMgev .. o of bed fU ,

the Southeast quarter of -' ,.., <" :\ 4toasN I.large. master SR w/k,",. she ;1 .Yrrfide '" '
Section 29. Tewrishlp and 'you *. ,.. .d'to t .4 p........... J. bath. with" VCVf VV' .f4)96 fflf....f IWbet T 21.

Soutfv Range: :Eo...oc>. s.rYe-4"cOPY; ":.f,*y9ui, else... you w.ntf Check -.
cording to.plat:'of.some) ,Written def..... (H *ny,< iF iaveeal Ieb. I ... eM ra.wa.riYr..a.ivrl
..... ....
Page 66. publlc'.cords ., 1 VIVJ CAPTAINCLEANFntl'tar. ........
of Bradfort'"Ceuntyl! : ; ) .' of *o.a.. 0....,. ..'-t, I 301 South near Bradford Square 964-5231 "YOU SHOULD SEI this specious two story homestead
Florida; 8f',' : JOSEPH H.: fQlHS.1 ..- Cefltersteted*. iNoKhms', TOD with" THRU BEAUTIFUL ACRES. This home has been par-

end It furtntr'oopeor.Ing ,.- ,.. Attorney for...... Wer.... on US4I'-, '00(1( !t -.. tat it Holly.remodeled. Within walking1 dlstence: to school

that Defendant ,tH Poet Office. Son 913.Galnetvll'e. ssn dJf.....*.Ceuvv ee v** JtMeiOft NUMBER 1 churches end store. OWNER FINANCING_

lyvonne WlllWmn. "/. Florida; I ,...r id IJ"'IMC: 2'h teVAcre (rem .
the 5 i SI.340 House end Apartment For Rent
Lyvone.conway.c.nnetbe 33607.'on-oc: before .TOP SOUR
served,, Within*1t. 9th do?o*-January, 194U' !;. ,'4....>siP<....Cell Property Mon.a.Ment.S.rvlc..*

Slat* of Florida; that lick' .and Ttte she original. with V.nshiO ....reker. :t<>CDI1URY21 Appr.l.oli'r
'not practicable to .serve' [lthct'Oerfc. W.4W* Court.: eMI.......94447e,. O1miCemury(;2tar".:.1.1.Cxpar.IknS.tnw.rkrrlb.MY." . I Susan M.'Faulkner-RSAlTO-94-5'OeS: ,
her personally; and that: .MW before.service: on/ J.B.Kelly seclere I I ';* wr.t '.and'atr.drnxrk..OIC.'ury 2I t Real E..... CorJ'O'"Ion'nn': d 1ft U."o\.: Irene I. Faulkner. REALtOR-ASSOCIME-t4.4 }142
counsel of. IhlnrfNl'.ar". f EACH OFFICE ', t' '"
she hen'.nor' voluntarily : i .M,f< \ ; ,: .
'n'" ,
.. .I--V'" 1 ..SUbeN" RT 1)0EU.I1.
ir1 .ae4 3rf.r '

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MA TELEGRAPH December 10. 1981


_ __ II Surprise Tornadoes Finally Whip Palatka on MatIt

Timmy Nugent (2-2). Donald Thorn
that may Bradford not have High surprised' anyone ton (3-2),and Stephen Spell got forfeit
s Improving victories and Tom Pierce (2-1-1) .bat.
wrestling team notched its first vic-
Ued to draw. .
last week but the team BUS
tory got Michael McDuf: fie saw his unbeaten
win number, 1 a s
against string end at 3 as Panther touGhIe
After losing 42-28 Friday
l1 James Blakely scored an 11-S decision
and 44-30
night Middleburg Saturdayto
rF' the 132 pound test Tuesday
drop to 0-3 the Tornadoes eked out a in ,
3S-32 win over long-time North ..-..... *...
Florida powerhouse Palatka Tuesday H*.TOM fimCS ,. ,l h i TIMMY mXMMT (C-I) rfa /.Bt 114fff( ) ft.
; at the BHS to to
t t' + night 1-3
go OwKtowM Ml 111-IIUV OWN(ale)aid......jMftIW.
heading into 7 straight dates.It ....
away aritfa** C"I) Ho Bo titll IMMkHr(P)
McDyHto II147.LAin tAUCM(ISIS)*rf.am .w-..
believed to be first time
h was the a 1I4Ip."'CI'( )....._..1.,,... lrw.ssi ,
BHS team has beaten Palatka in
l ever ( ) pl.. WIle tiMi IW- sTr111N Mal (awa) _
v' wrestling since the 2 old Palatka fMhttt til- Utonta (C"I) pal frml.f Ma, IM.THORNTON .DOIIMD
schools were combined.The (am)WIW. ..feoIeIt.

next home match for Coach Cole iMderwlu-I..d1dlt.

Childers' squad is Jan. 15, against .TOM PNaci(am)pal O*.4 SiMt NT.c..(M)
Macclenny.In fix..""-'... IKI 114.M......(MIM) .o.d.w! I I III J4tHI
Tuesday's victory Larry .aiuv OMIN(I-I)pal. or*tta ,.. MM M(M|
... _.. ,91' '
9e 9eu
Saucer's comeback win against Steve 134. MKHAH McOUfftf(-)pal_alp Ir.2.w1. .
Williams at 141 pounds provided the .*(CMI).... l.yor 1*.., 147MMP. *(CM)pal..C..
1 Il narrow margin of victory. Down 8-4 MM liMl 17.ttltr(M)ate in wnoHT(C-I mm MvWU, .l>a..
heading Into the final period Saucer, M'
117.Mf*.M(CMI) pal tmH..*. ttttwfeHi -c.--(Mu' )-
who is 3-1 for the year, reversed out ".DONMO THOINTON(M4))<,M.L.ha..
1 tied the match at 8, and won on a near vjJV.
.ANhM(CMI)a4*N.Cili.,.il 114.I.AIIKN. j.-l
fall in the final seconds to pull BHS
THoaMTON(am)pal 4.9.14,,;;yo.b1..HMN4S.dM1ar
within 3 points, at 23-26 in the team
race. Kenny Wright (also 3-1) then .
clinched the victory with a first ,..T.b1o)"'.Ptora 7-4) ,...--COiW.( )
a forfeit victories M>.....a.4, 1,..Pi tl..(O)ft*. 0)1 <. 111,411.Kt .
'_ ) period pin at 169. 3 r< ; ,' -.f I- _, *OalIN (C-I) ft* tr.....Iii ...MMN OA.VKM
given up by the now 1-1 Panthers,who ( )pin Uraew I,". *
were still missing their playoff-busy ,... MICHAIl MCDUmt(II") '*. .,..14-r 4a.IAMV .
football players, helped the BHS Wright Rolls His Man Over... SAUd.C-I( )pal ia....aim 147.. MM("#,"!
H cause. Tornado junior Kenny Wright clinched the win over Palatka Tuesday by ..C.km.n.4t1. 117.Mdtor(O)pal HlllJ.il II7.IM. .
KENNY WHOMT (MK) pta MirrtiM INN |a7.MM
Billy Green stayed unbeaten (4-0 turning Palalka's Luke over here and recording a first period piny *.(101)fl.tfU Iill ttlMM(O)wta H Mlt IMIW -
with 3 pins) at 121 witha, pin while The win was Wright's third In four matches but gave BUS its first team win .nwi(lol") '.Tlmnlail 17..

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-- -I Against BHSStill Thursday. Dec. 10- j@'

Palatka at BUS girls basketball (7:00).

c'ft BuS wrestlers at Ocala Forest (6:30) '
.., ri _, for their first win after
a- ..- :"" .- .. one close and one lopsided loss the
BHS Tornado cagers will host Friday, Dec. 11-
Hankerson Follows Up... Macclenny-Baker Co. Friday night Baker Co. at BUS V. and JV boys basketball (6:30-8) :
Lady Tornado senior Tracy Hankerson (number 14 In white) helped herself Dec. 11, in the boys basketball home .% ai aEI
off to the best scoring start of her career with this follow-up shot against Mac- opener at the BHS gym. Gametime is '
clenny. Also under the boards for BUS are Hope Jackson Monica Berry, and Bp.m. following a 6:30: JV contest. Saturday. Dec. 12-
Vonda Kay Hall.Hankerson The campaign started off on a Music Men at state flag football tourney, thru Sun. (Palm
Is averaging 13 points per outing after three games, second to rocky road as the Tornadoes were 1aK Bay)
Jackson's 22.3 norm.Tornado. nipped 54-51 by St. Augustine last Fri-
day and then blitzed by Santa Fe .
10040 Tuesday night in Alachua. For Monday, Dec. 14- '

'veteran Coach Mike Sexton the em- Santa Fe at BUS girls basketball (7:00))

Girls Set barrassing loss Tuesday night was BUS wrestlers at Lake Weir (6:30) J
Up .
the first time he could recollect ..
anybody scoring 100 points on one of !
his teams. N Tuesday, Dec. 15--

"We just didn't play well," Sexton BUS JV and V. boys basketball at Palatka (6:30-8) .*.
Duel With 4-0 PalatkaPushing said after the defeat. "They beat us
up and down the floor and at both :

ends. We did learn a lot about a Thursday, Dec. 17- i
their record to 2-1 with ed the"ball over 5 times all night," fastbreak offense tonight though and r Clay High at BHS girls basketball (7:00) ;;
back-to-back victories the Lady Tor- noted Coach Gayle Lee. maybe that will help us."
BUS wrestling at Ocala Vanguard ((6:30) )
nadoes set up a basketball bout with Jackson's big night gave her a Asked if he contemplated slowing
one of the area's hottest teams season scoring average of 22.3 the game down Sexton said, "We 4
undefeated Palatka tonight, Thurs heading into the Palatka game with could have slowed it down to keep'em i Friday, Dec. 18-

day, Dec. 10, at the BHS gym. Hankerson hitting 13 per game. from scoring 100" but we wanted to let GHS at BUS JV and V boys basketball ((6:30-8)" ) "
Gametime is 7 the kids play.
p.m. Thursday against '
the 4-0 Lady Panthers. BHS 32 Baker Co. 27 At St.Augustine the ballgame was a Varsity guard Gerald Goodman BUS girls basketball at GHS (7:30) ;:

BHS also hosts Santa Fe Monday The Lady Tornadoes finally got different story, close all the way. The I leads BUS in scoring after a 23 point tl
Dec. and their offense rolling in the fourth Tornadoes owned the start and finishof I night at Santa Fe Tuesday. 4
night, 14, Clay High next the game but St Augustine "\linn".i. ,'U. 91MWr., .1I."u'' .
Thursday, Dec. 17. period and went on to a 32-27 first-.
.. "'"vtetorywhiover Baker 'County last .i.! etotb i (.mt.f -mu-- ,,;, '.;J;... '....... ,IuiWuiIA
with the three
point : v
Thursday night in Starke.
BUS 54 Eastside 49
BHS vaulted out to an 8-2 advantagebut
Down 23-17 after letting a 12-7
Hope Jackson burned the nets for a a 'Jacket timeout halted the
halftime slip the girls
career-high (and probably school edge away momentum and the hosts worked out
rallied to whip the visitors 15-4 in the
record) 30 points hitting on 14 of 19 fourth to a 13-11 lead,at the end of the initial
period for the
shots from the floor and dished out Center Tracy Hankerson victory.cashed In period and led throughout. Primarilyon Shopping Guide
10 assists to boot as Bradford topped the strength of a 16-11 free throws- .J
a 3-point play to pull BHS within 27-26 -. '
district foe Eastside ((0-2)) by 5 on the with 3:13 on the clock and Vonda Kay made advantage St. Augustine pushed "
road in front after
Monday 41-33 3 quarters
Hall hit an layup on a from
Center Tracy Hankerson was also Hope Jackson open to give Bradford pass a 30-27 before the Tornadoes rallied in the for ,
fourth to cut the to 3 in the The perfect gift ,,,I ,
in double figures with 12 markers and advantage. From that point on it was period gap :: : )1

Queenie Berry chipped in 8 and Vonda all Lady Tornadoes as Jackson hit closing seconds. v .trr
Kay Hall 4 in what was easily the two turnaround jumpers in the lane "Gentlemen, you hustled" and made ,..1'1 r 1f( 'r
Tornadoes biggest offensive and she things happen tonight, Coach Sexton truckers of all
Lady and Queenie Berry dribbled told his after ages A -(','lr] niixn obsia
production of the young season. Hall time off the clock. Hope led all disappointed troops ,,' "1"'1 In9btlfa
had a big night on the boards, clearing scorers with 16 points with Hall and game. r. eosin seal nslLiid[ dT .b'R 3
6-4 center Eddie haul-
off 10 rebounds, with Hankerson Hankerson both adding 6 for BHS. Thompkins : blidf sfaloo9b nl Clidom fJ .? tuliluec5dv.vt
grabbing 6 and Berry 5. ed down 16 rebounds and added 23 II I h
IrwMonl(S4)t) Jackson 30,Hankeraon 12, Berry S. more Tuesday night to bring his s>Ism I .11001 119(1
Even with, the fine showing the Hall 4, Broughton 0. Total.M-2-49.
game was close all the way, with Eul.ld.l49)t Godbolt 22, Leigh 7,C.Tolbert B, 2-game average to 19.5 per game.
Bradford leading by no more than 5 E. Tolbert 10, Homes 2. Total.22-J-4B. Guard Gerald Goodman leads the
and actually being a point down scorers with 32 points, 23 coming in ---....: _
Baker (STi Jackson 11, Drury e, Barton 4, .)11 bilflOTI:
before starting a furious fourth Gasklna 2.Ward 2, Rogers 2. TOM!* II1417.ra the run-and-gun game Tuesday. _
quarter run. "We played good ball,we only turn Hankerson 2 2-3 8,Q.Berry I 2-34,M.Berry 0 0-0 0, games, Kevin Howe and Donnie :::" '-.; D '" _
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University recognized his Bachelor's and Master's degreesin celebration because of, you guessed
this year,lvhat! many folks in Bradford Biology Education, honored Jerry it, his busy schedule, but he admitted .
wCounty have known for a good time -, along with 2 other alumni"in recogni-- that if somebody had notified him of
..,thai-Bradford High science teacher tion of outstanding achievement" the honor to be bestowed on him he Favorite Is Back!
Your .
We/try' McOrlff somehow packs during this year's Homecoming would have found a way to get back to .
HduVWys Into hiS calendar.Livingston festivities at that school. the Alabama school. Instead he was

-wwr, _i1., "., ,where McGriff received McGriff was unable to attend theM mailed the certificate of achieve- Captain D's.

art, !!L' ____..:::J, .\II. -. .h.___ mmJURICA ment. CHICKEN'DINNER

1Y The popular BHS teacher's list of '
1 BIOLOGY CHARTS activities is a long one. He is very active j
*"lJ"n"w' > in recreation locally: coaching
''S the Starke Stars youth Softball team $299
that has been Florida state 10-18 '
champions and qualified to the national DAYS!
tournament twice and umpir =:.
ing local Softball and officiating -

I ) men's flag football games. He also is Sty.i.o.f're..,;=-...-. ...........
4pMxeM4- coaching boys and girls tennis at the ..ir
fldMMlb high school and has coached track ft
field and girls basketball and Softballat
BHS. He is an approved Athletics
I Congress track official and works ma- .
jor meets at the University of Florida'
and also works the Scoreboard clock
r and other duties at Bradford High ,

; sports events he's not coaching for., /

As a science teacher actively Involved /
in extra-curricular work .
McGriff has been District Directorfor
the Fla. Association ,of Science I+ > ,

Teachers, on the Board of Directorsof
the Fla. Foundation of Future -
.A generous portion of tender..boneless breast ot chicken diets
Scientists, and the county's En-
vioronmental and Energy Education'Coordinator .The Captain's special sweet'n'sour sauce .Plenty trench fries
Fresh,creamy cole slaw 2 delicious home made hush puppies

Also (whew!) he is a Past-'
President 'and active member of the "
Starke Civitan Club, and has been '. A9 s
county representative on the District & hamburgers
III Mental Health Board. LJ"j ...like you like it!

Doing His "Part-Time" Job...
I He finds time to "be 301 S.
a part-time
One of the JanyLthings Jerry McGriff does is teach science at Bradford "
High School. Here he instructs his second period class. teacher, he says, and gets a game of Starke, Fl.V7Sc1 .
f tennis in as often as possible to boot.
McGriff received his Bachelor's 9 Luncheon Special
from Livingston in 1967, his Master's JP1SJ1I1 MONDAY FRIDAY 11AM-2PM $'99Fries
in 1969, and taught freshman biology &
"SouthsideSchooINewsImportant there 3 years while also helping with 2 fish filets french fries hush puppies -
the track ft field
- program.

dates to remember: ful place for the Christmas season.
Dec. 11 Bradford County Invita- Students on the "A" Honor Roll in

tional Basketball Day for elementary Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade ....v ., ..., ."i,' -- ,
d .# *
schools, will be at Hampton School .'i'IJI.. :" '" if "' ',...'..... :
from 9 a.m.tmtil12 noon.. Fourth and room are:' Yvonne Bobo and Holl) #.. "- 'co, ,'ru'" ;,
fifth grade boys and girls from Shields. On the"A-B" Honor Roll are
Southside. will participate. Christi Harrell and Amy Packham.

Dec. 15- There will be a short PTA In Mrs., Iva Jean Harrell's fourth
meeting followed by the Southside grade room the following students "
I I School Christmas Program under the made the "A-B" Honor Roll: Sharri : i/ E

direction of Mrs. Debbie Wood/in, Bass,Rusty Eberle,Lori Mann, Rand .
I music teacher. Please note: the program Melton, Calvin Lane, and Shana
starts at 7 p.m. All children in Schmitt. The Safety Patrol represen-- p Ja Lj
the school are involved-Kindergarten tatives' for the third six-weeks are

j I and first grade will sing three songs, The Rusty Eberle and Shana Schmitt. BEST f
library assistant is Michelle
I second and third grades will perform .
Chastain.Mrs. .
j "Twas the Night Before Christmas", :, ,.
i l and the fourth and fifth grades will
perform "The Twelve Days ofChristmas" Elaine Wood's fifth grade
Parents and friends are class is playing a weekly social
invited. b w studies game, "Know Your
"' HJWSrtcTi.TTW* RrmiierB"fV*"Ui lu'aC'
Dec. 21-Jah.4 will be the Christmasand game were the "Americans" team
New Year Holiday., The studentswill whose members are: Peggy Pet-
teway, Jamie Whitehead, Eric
return to school on Jan. 5.
Hodge, Julie Ferguson, Melanie Fit-
Additional,note to parents: report
cards were sent home with the zgerald, John Harrington, Jim
Widener, Rhonda Nettles, Chris Simmons -
students on Nov. 24, the day
Thanksgiving' holiday. If your student Cam Ward, and Sean Red-
did not bring a report card home, mond. The following students helped
please call{he school to determine the their teams by learning the Preambleto
M "*" the Constitution: David Sysskind,
reason. Kristie Dickens, Rhonda Nettles, sr

The newfl from Mrs. Carolyn Peggy Petteway, Michelle Bronson,
Taylor-MrsrMaria Kopelousps'first and Robin McRee.

grade room Becky Addison ws the U
student rec ing an all "A" report Brad Hamilton was the straigth"A" _
card. Th< children have made student in Mrs. Terri Prevatt's
beautiful Sa a mobiles to decorate third grade room for the last grading _

their room a 1 make it a very cheer- ,period.,

I Mid lie School ,Nl1usBrad
Don't wait any longer! Come on down

rd dleSchool guests: Mr. McKinney, Mr. McRae,
for the best and best selection
PTOmee g es Dec. 8 EMS Mr. Powell, Mrs. Norman, Ms. buys
gym, 7:30 n [Christnaft Dance Sanderson and Miss Carideo. The occasion "
Friday DecArtist 1 gym.7Flo i.m. was very nice and enjoyed by of gifts toolBox .
of U .23rd Bobby all. .. '
Jackson, 7t g J-4 crayon Mr; Pete Powell's class will be participating' Lay-A-Way ChristmasChristmas =
drawing of, Tha iv eyi' in the Bradford CountyBeautification of
Week of N 30th wait Fr ak oJC ,/ Project, sponsored by :::: _
who did a c' War designtin pencil *,the Stjarke Woman's Club. SMITHCORONAINTREPID
Miss Can ;o's EMIT class j d'aThanksgiv We moved back into our BMS gym :
Dinner with turkey and Tues.f'Dec.. Construction is completed .
all the triifinings. The students and we are so pleased to have

prepared fodpnd served their specialEawtey that facility back in use. 1 Cards A, Quality Heavy Duty ,.

Office' Machine For the Busy" t

ford County Hospital since Thursday, m 1/2/ price

Dec.Mr.3rd.ft Our Mrs.prayers Gary are Wheeler with her.and .., Reg. 6.00 ,Office with an intercharigable Ball :i:*

(from page 7A) .\\II ''guests daughter of their were parents Thanksgiving,Mr. ft Mrs.dinner M. i* Now 83.00 Reg: M09LayAWay $36995 '*

guests of their sister Mrs. 'J. -P. 'D'. Crapse, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
of Jacksonville and of
Wyrick of.TalIahasseeo 'Miss Terry Craspe family
was a Tuesday overnight attest of her Jacksonville, and Sgt. and Mrs. Mike ,
sister Mrs., C. E. Strickland! of Craspe spent Thursday afternoon '
Gainesville. She returned., om4 ,on with them. \ For Christmas For the BOSSSMITHCORONA
Friends of Mr. Britt Rosier regretto
Wednesday at noon. ty ;
learn that he is patient in Bradford -
Mr. & Mrs Harold Jones hosted a '
family reunion for Thanksgiving. County Hospital., Our prayersare E we haveTape
Members present were-Mr. & Mrs. with him.
Miss Elizabeth Terry was guest of
Leon Wilkerson and 'their\ grand- 2200 '
children;David, Eric ft Gary Wilkerson her sister, Mrs. C. E. Strickland until of Recorders
Gainesville from Monday
Mr. ft Mrs. L. G. Wilkerson and '

family Brooker, ,Mrs.Mr.: Dot ft Reid Mrs.and Raymond son of Wednesday.dinner on Tuesday They attended at North a Central church M Gives You Quality z ,. Cross Pen .& Pencils ..

Wilkerson Mr. ft Mrs. Tom Weber ofJacksonville Baptist Church, Gainesville.
,Mr.ft Mrs.Earl Wilker- Mr. ft Mrs. Michael Moore and ::7f; sets :
attended the David Typing
son and family Mr. & Mrs.: Tim family .

Riffle Wilkerson and and grandson family,of Mrs.FL'Madelyn Lauderdale Thanksgiving family. Melvin reunion Futch Day.of, Black at Lynn Mountain, Fl. on N. ,* Reg: s374' $; Ql5 Hundreds of other *r .

..,-t.Mrs.Lauderdale Pat Jones, and and son Mrs.,Donnieof Ethel C. was a Wednesday dinner guest! of !items to select from
Hardee of Starke. ,Mr. ft Mrs. Truman Norman. 1' ;
Deepest sympathy of the community Casey and Stephen Crews were Sun- J "*
is extended to the family of Mrs. day afternoon guests of Henry' Hodgesand --
Mamie Crews who Friday family.
passed away ]
Mrs. Earl Teston' and daughter
afternoon in the Commissary THE ; .
dinner Lay-A-Way For Christmas
store. ''o;-. Nancy were Thanksgiving _
Friends of Mr. ft: Mrs. Henry Smith guests of her son-in-law and daughter, ;fC' .;fC'
regret to learn that he is patient InBaptist )Ir. ft Mrs. Randy Hayes of Starke. DFFICE
Jacksonville, with a Mr Jack Wainwright and daughter'
'serious baclrlnjury.i He is to have Jan of Tallahassee spent theweekend SHOP '
surgery :Tuesday Wednesda. with his mother,Mrs.Truby CLASSIC 12 ((6LTV) ,
Wainwright.Mrs. \ '
Our prayer are with him. Wendle Symth 110 W Call, -
Terry Futen-and ace Dean were came
Friday overnight guests of Mr.ft Mrs. Elizabeth,of Jacksonville 1 stake Perfect for School =.
of the ,
Tom Tatum rr and family. 'One, of for the parade and lighting ,
Christmas Tree at the Old Court 964-5764 :
their sons Terry and Dean wait hunting + ,
on Saturday morning. They were House.. They spent the weekend with i'a UseReg209
dinner guests of their aunt Miss her parents, Col. ft Mrs. William \ ". _
Elizabeth ,. Wilson. '
Terry ,
u. $18895ifc
James OHalforfft grandson of Mr.:ft Henry Hodges and son Mark wentto ..-+r
the stock car races Friday night at
Mrs.M. D. Craspe) spent Wednesday -
until Friday with them while his Lake City. ,,
to have Mr. ft Mrs. '
World. We are happy : ,
parents went to Disney ', <
Friends of Miss Debbie Scott regretto Jim Haga and family in our city, in ..#.- -" ,
learn that she is a patient in Brad.. our Putorium and in our church. -

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Christmas Cantatato Taxman ,Cometh T-
be presentedby S ,
I LB First BaptistThe ;Don't let Uncle Sam and the IRS take away

First Baptist Church of Lake any more of yor'h: rd earned profit than g mot. .
Butler will present the Christmas
Cantata "Carol of Christmas" Sun- necessary.
day evening. Dec. 20, ... .
beginning at :::-- ....

7:30:Thl p.m.a I _i/0iiiiuiar_._.I'A_ cantata is Consider what your tax investment credit /

somewhat different from cantatas '
and additional for
you may have heard in the past, in depreciation new i
that it Is based almost entirely on the S -;;;:
carols you all know and love said equipment means to you. I L L11.a\; :

music director Rodney Brooks. The You are allowed 10%Tax Investment Credit'aranynewequlpme."tyau purchas .1' [ \ 1\
program will be anew, and sparkling
arrangement of words and music. Ealuata'.hat you need in the way of office equipment-furniture: ,
The cantata will be
c t performed by
/ A bright new not for the First Baptist Church Ambassadors typewriters,calculators and other equipment. ,
r'.i t. .! partial it to present a and Adult Ensemble com
is hot dip, Mt in a chafing bined for a tremendous and beautiful
dish or on a hat-trsye sound. ',Between Now and January 1, 982 we will give you :

for :S j : '20i, .,Off any !item in our catalog that qualifies. : '

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to the city: of Hampton \,' 2001 From. Us 1 DOl .plus.From.UnCle Depreciation, Sam

Can be made on Saturday, Dec. 12 A Good Deal for You. '

+ From DON DELAY: Walk thru your business and see what needs
3'p.m. 5 p.m.
replacing and call us foryourdiscount964.5764

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December. 10,19x1Secllon !

The Lady's The Unemployed.A'


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Class HeroBy' 1,'" fJacqueline 1. ,

I ,Working ; I.

By Tony Burke
BCT Staff Writer

Recent Labor Department Before moving here, Jacquelinehad .
statistics revealed that the national frequently come to Keystone to
unemployment rate has just hit a six- sail and water ski' two of her favorite ,
year high of 8.4 percent this activities "I immediately liked
November. Keystone, because I grew up in a very
Jobless rolls increased by 484,000 similar place in New Jersey" she f
last month, bringing the total numberof says. "I decided that an employmentservice
unemployed people in this countryto would go well here. .
9 million. Odds are, that somebody And, apparently it has. Comly has t ,
reading this article isor soon will. about 60 applicants right now, either ;
unemployed.. unemployed or seeking to upgradetheir
What to do? position. The applicants range
For those' people out-of-work or from non-high school graduates to ( '
.seeking to change jobs in the doctorate-degree holders. 1 ; .
Keystone Heights area, a new optionis Jacqueline holds associate degrees \ ; -
available Working Class Heroes, in'general education and paralegal \\j; .
Keystone's first employment service, service: She has worked with a legal \ ,l' \
has recently opened for business. aid office, and as a paralegal ,t'
Working Class, Heroes was created secretary doing research for an at- '' ',,' I '
and is run by Jacqueline Comly, A torney who was writing a book. Vaca- : \
former paralegal secretary in tions and off-time have been spent ex-:
Gainesville Comly decided to take tensivly traveling throughout the .
the plunge, to work independently, to U.S., Canada and Mexico. The stories \. '" t 4Lt ,,\,; .....

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". .1, Well.Trai"ed'a', d Educated People. '_ __ ... (1Ji

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Felt. ,Trapped Within (Job or Career. Vbe ,u ,: ... ;"
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her own boss and earn wages bas- : :'l W'aiie-; ;;; ;; ;: ; -
ed on her own experience and efforts. she are tells entertaining, too lengthy and for'lhis fascinating.article, Comfy; Owner of (, Employment Service I
"I got tired of listening to people tell .
After few minutes of
me how felt trapped within a job a conversationwith
or career they; she said. "These were Jacqueline, you realize that you "I had a rather frustrated applicantcome Comly admits to concern when she conjunction with her business
educated, well-trained individuals. are talking with a sharp, street-wise in and tell me that if I could not can't find opportunities for applicantsafter Employment service applicants are
t;, Sometimes, I also felt that way, so I person that's been around. get him a job within the next few a month or two. entitled to a free resume', but she will
thought about it and decided to create She is quick to point out that she is hours, he was moving out to Texas," "Ideally, I would like to introduce a type all personal and business correspondence -
: a business based upon helping this not running .a typical-type. employ- she said. "I looked over his resume', group of similarly-qualified applicants Among her clientele in
type of :' ment operation.. determined what he was qualified to arrange for them to get this area are two businesses, several
=; Comly related a story about a "I won't contact a business client to do,made a quick phone call to a client together and see them form their own local college students, .
arrange an interview for a non business and set an interview. He business."
= fellow secretary who fell into the Like any new business Working
": above-mentioned1: category. "This qualified applicant, Jackie said. was stunned, because he had already "I think that an employed person is Class Heroes faces its' share III l
woman dreaded coming to work. She "That wastes everybody's time; the applied for work'at that particular more likely to be happy; in both his or obstacles on the road to success But
applicant's, the businessman's and business, without I had her personal life and business life,"
was a bit older, but still a first-class success. got according to Jackie, it's been worthit.
secretary. She was afraid that no mine. I think this has been one of the ten through to the right person. He got she said. .Therefore, I feel that I'm" "Business gets a little better each
major problem's with emplaymentagency's the job and it was my quickest placement doing a service for the community. and
other employer would want someone day and I meet a lot of new interesting -
reputations. ." also runs a typing service; in "
her age for a secretary, figuring that people.
"I stress honesty, trust and con-
most Businessmen would rather opt ,"
fidentiality, she said. "An employer
for a. younger, more attractive is not obligated to hire any of my applicants -I v.''''''''''''''''''v ."" ,vo >"" )V>vo >vo ) >vovo y > >' > > > > > > > 5 > > > "5) > > ) > ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ;< ""i >
woman. Drastically under-paid, her ---
is not obligated to .
self-esteem suffered, she chained-, pay any
type of fee. It's a free service to the
smoked. and wqs always nervous.. employer,actually benefitting him. by:
'. interviewed for a new job,The screening applicants" BuyidQYSO"CIL
position was virtually the same, but "I want this business to be as pro-' INVENTORY
offered a much better atmosphereand t
fessional possible, she To
paid $50 more per week. When I says. w't
'enhance this, she is studying to 81 It
saw her a few months later:, the
: change was unbelieveable. She had become. a certified personnel consultant (

In /J4\(I RAINI $ATE ;

t'/ Want This.Business To Be \o\\atS ONLY

this 1982 .'
As Professional As Possiblequit Compare

smoking, was always.smiling, Comly's service provides clients EastWOOd Model 2301 all the $1296
and even carried herself better. She with permanent and temporary help. 1260
But does it really work? '
was a changed person
long time. Set up & Del.
home you are going to need for a

Don't buy'anything

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and anyone else : '1 1981 Sandpoint : until! you

The stark Golf. & country .

memberships Club Is accepting for Golf 14x60Noi0450 talk, to John Brown.

all total I Elec.tDelux furniture
Social, SIngle Retired deai.Came
and out: of Town : pkg. Frost Free He will beat any

memberships.Join before Feb.. l and : refrig.Regr; $11 469 him

save 2OO Initiation fee. r see

,m 11869.30
o Set \UP! & Del. tda
Call Herb Herres, 964.5441.

for Information 1981 Nobility ,1 i .
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4 No. 284 Stoke,' Hwy 100 No. 299 Keystone '
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News Briefs .
,:,' 4r. Rescue 60 responded.. taking Mum
On Dec. 7, Judge Chanceordered driver's license according to Truck Totaled ? ford and a passenger:in the vehicle to
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he about block fron '
Doctor's OfficeBurglarized the parked garage. a away I Lee sentenced to 13 year* 'in the Patrolmen E. W Wilkinson. In 301Accident; ;N I .. Bradford county Hospital. Mumfprdwas '
4 admitted,"the passenger wastreated
of Corrections. ,*
Department i Damage to'his"'72 Ford was$500.: Paul Wm Mumford, Jr., '153: :of and released. .
The man did take the truck for ,I During the investigation Patrolmen\! Maryland, apparently attempted to' ,:Damage..to the.'81f' "Isuzu truckdriyen -
The Medical Complex of Doctors test drive, returning a_ short Urn' Man Found Searcy and Sibley' found in Edwardspossession make a U-turn on US-301',causing an ; by. Mumford was $8,500,;
Sundusadee and Sarnt Sarn- later stating the engine was missini more than 20 grams of a .accident Dec. 4,,wheri he turned lei; damage.to the tractor trailer driven,
Kiert and that( (Baldwin's)should fix II: Not Guilty substance cannibls. He vehicle driven by Harry
tinoranont, 132 E. Madison Starke, they controlled front of a ;by Dorado was 1500.., ;n
burglarized Dec. 6, with approximately and he would be back to buy it. Al Kirby Lee Casselman was found not' was subsequently' charged withpossession. Marco Dorado,33, of Tampa., Mumford was charged with making
was $1,000 worth of office equip- this took place at approximately 1 I II guilty of aggravated battery in Circuit .Edwards'bond was set at Dorado swerved* to avoid strlkfrrgMumford in improper turn according to,
ment reported missing.Dr. a.m. Dec. 5. The subject left and did I Court Nov.25. $500 for the three offenses and he was ,but:struck the Mumford. I Patrolman Wilkinson. .
not return. Casselman was charged with striking released on recognlzapce.III'I vehicle behind the driver's door.
Sandusadee noticed a broken Michael Jack Hinman in the face '! : .u ..... i..I
the office at '
window when he went to with his fist and breaking his nose,
approximately 11 p.m., thinking it Lee GuiltyOf cracking teeth and cheek bone May
was done by kids, he left the buildingto BatteryJohn 13,1961. qHtTb9I-Eu11" !
return at 12-40: a.m. At this time he
found glass broken out of the north Barton Lee was found guilty of Following an argument at
end of the building on Dr.Sarnt's half aggravated battery against Elmer"Buddy" Casselman and Hinman's place of
of the building. Entrance was apparently Lewis, by a jury Nov. 24 in employment, Casselman started to
gained through the door. Bradford County Circuit Court. walk away from Hinman as Hinman IDEASFrom
!Missing is a Royal typewriter, approximate Lee attacked Lewis July 31 as started to take a drink from,a drink GIFT
value of $400, a phone Lewis was helping a stalled motoriston bottle. Casselman out of the corner of
answering device, and an othoscope. SR-300 south of Starke.On his eye saw the bottle rise and thought '
Other office equipment was found in his way home from work Lewis Hinman was going to strike him,turn. .
the waiting room at the south end of noticed a girl from his office strandedin ed and hit Hinman in the face.
the building with their cords neatly the rain by the Michigan Ranch.
After 20 minutes deliberation the
wrapped around them. Lewis stopped to help her, tried to jury gave a not guilty verdict. Jackson Building SupplyWith
jump start her vehicle when his vehicle -
The drug cabinet was opened, but
stalled. During this time Lee Three Locations to Serve You
nothing seemed to be missing. The Man Arrested For
Ranch to
of the Michigan
doctors do not keep hard drugs in the came where out the cars were and struck Marijuana Possession STARKE KEYSTONE I1GTS. LAKE BUTLER

building Lewis. As Lewis went to his knees 100 & SR 21 S.W. 6th Ave.
Thomas Mitchell Edwards,29, Box U.S. 301 S. Hwy
is ad-
\investigation into the incident Lee proceeded to hit him several
and 385,Starke was arrested Dec.3,after 473-4973 496-3079
continuing, according to Patrolman ditional times in the neck 964-6078
he struck a tree on the parking lot of
David Crum. shoulder area.Following
the guilty verdict Judge Lil Champ Store on 301 North and left
the City police stopped Edwards
Chester B. Chance revoked Lee'sbond scene.
Auto Theft and ordered him returned to Texaco in Station.the parking lot of the vacant From Out* Bible & Book DepartmentAll
From Ford Dealer jail. Pre-sentence investigation was
scheduled for Edwards was charged with driving
ordered with sentence
Terwillegar Ford Motors in Starkeis Dec. 7. while intoxicated and having no valid t

missing a 1979 Datsun white pickup ..
with a white topper,supposedly taken Bibles ?
for a test drive Dec. 5. *Tr

According to salesman Warney KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Books / i ii
Adkinson an unknown white male ,
wanted to take the vehicle to the '' I
hospital (which one unknown)to show I CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Records ,
his wife who had fallen in love with
the truck when she had seen it on the Tapes& Accessories =
lot earlier The man was given the
keys to the truck and he drove off, SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE
heading North on US-301. O./

The unknown male was 55-60 years 1 0 / Off In this Dept. //.
tif age 5'9" or 5'10", weighing 135-145
Ibs wearing glasses and a blue-gray BACK PAIN *2iif SS WHIPLASH
foal (BACKACHE) 'S L (AUTO INJURIES) + .. ==-+.. '=:.. + .. '= + .. '=... + ..
Approximately! three hours later NECK PAIN NUMBNESS OR PAIN
the police were called by Adkinson to SHOULDER PAIN UCf IN ARMS OR HANDS ,
report the truck stolen. HEADACHES MT ON THE JOB INJURIES

After the police were called a '81 (MIGRAINE) W WORKERS COMP
Monte Carlo, metalic in color was
spotted parked in the old Food Fair PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS All Panelling in Stock 1 1I
parking lot, with a Duval county tag. ,I
When checked the tag had been MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
reported stolen from Nat'l Car Rental $100 Off sheet U-Haul it w+' '
Daytona Beach.Apparantly IIIIt '
50 Off per"sheet we deliver I III ,
the man arrived ir Doctor Of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine ,
Starke in the Monte Carlo. Ter.willegar's But Will Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human la
was told to impound the
Frame In Diet And In The Cause & Prevention Of Disease"T.EDISON I
vehicle while the investigation continues ,
,according to Patrolman David 4'x8'x7/16"/ I 1
Crum ,
2-4 Hour Emergency Answering Ser ice ,, '
Further calling investigation himself Scotty found had a whiteVnale stop- Mon., Wed., & Fri. 8:30 to 6 -: _,Tues..,&Thiu: .>
&tat I Baldwin Chevrolet, 301 North, 1.. ....H6-ir Bodrd I I'
StaVke wanting to test a full size DR. W.C. EATON 4733604 iz7' I r'
Chevy pickup with a topper.
Salesman Eston Jordan said the man SIDING PerShe.t
was, driving a '81 Monte Carlo which

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I. Information 10 the Bradford
the same on
.StarkelAreu'' '$100 was in the car at the time of(the with the other counts. : "H:; Inmate UCI' ; 1/'. 't J.,.. .i. Strickland Prjson! Superintendent Jr. far his getaway.C., The
".Minor,Accidents': theft. $74 was recovered in the homeof A Recaptured ., ,I.I ,!"! (ruck was lound out ol gas about three Ketterer a local taxi cab driver,
Smith. special'parole term of two yearsIs was returning from taking a
Dec 2, Alton Curtis Thornton, 1810 Bond for Smith was set at $10,000, to follow imprisonment was An inmate from Union Correctional milts eMjl|; 01'amp Blanding.' passenger to Keystone Heights when
W. Madison ST? Starke, was parked according to Deputies Don Denton ordered by the judge ,Edwards fa to Institution who escaped Jan ) waa Man Claims,Assault he saw a car stopped on SR-100 near
in Pizza Hut parking lot Harry and Paul Stegall.Hampton report to a designated Institution arrested in the Middle urg area i by ; the Clay Co. line. The car appeared to
Labdell Morgan,Jr:,83,Rt.2 Box 318, January 41982. Recommendation by the Clay County Sheriff's Depart With Foreign Object be having trouble so Ketterer stoppedto
Keystone Heights,started to park and the court was Eglin Air Force!Base,a,, ment. ask if he could help the four black
struck Thornton's vehicle. in the left Youth Federal Prison Camp. Kenny Royce Collins, 28 ,waspick-! : Otto'Ketterer, 82, 527 E. Brownlee, men. The men jumped him, took$300
ed up Nov. 18 by the sheril'i"' dept., Starke. came to the Bradford County (all in 20's from his front pants
side.Damage Arrested For BurglaryA Zachary R. Edwards received six Hospital in is own vehicle Nov. 30
to Thornton's 79 Olds was months for after they received information that pocket pushed him to the ground and
each of
JlOO, damage Morgan's '7f Olds 17 year-old Hampton youth was concurrently, with three, counts) to run he was in the area. f reporting to the hospital staff that he shoved a drink bottle into his rectum,
:was $100, according to. Patrolman. arrested Dec. 5. charged with term of two to a follow special, parole Collins was'a trusty assigned as a had been robbed and that the subjects according to Ketterer.
:bane. Sibley; ,, burglary and grand theft. He years also Is to Imprisonment. clerk at the prison motor pool outsidethe who had robbed him had forced a The doctor worked for some time
: During the early morning hours of designated institution report to a prison compound when he drink bottle into his rectum. and could not remove the obstruction,
a bee: 3.,.Albert J: Coston, 35, P..O. Nov 20 the Hand! Way in Hamptonwas 1982. The court recommended January the 4., escaped. He apparently used a truck The hospital staff reported this to Ketterer was transported to Shands
Box 414 Starke. was parked beside burglarized with approximately Federal Correctional'' Institute at stolen from the home of Florida Slate the Starke. Police Dept. who passed Hospital.
pie roadway when an unknown vehi $500 worth of food products taken in Miami.
rte struck his vehicle and left the cluding cigarettes, cheese and
i(cene. Apparently the vehicle backed sausage, etc.
from a private driveway or business During the investigation, informant "
Driveway on McMahon St. sources provided information leading ;; !
:S Damage to Coston's '77 Olds was to the arrest of the juvenile accordingto
&:, 00, according Patrolman Wilkinson. Investigator Don Denton.
!>'. RORIDA THEAmE I' I' I' l

S Dec. 4. Ruth Eberle. 31. Rt. 1 Box Storke '"-s.t51
090.\ Starke, was parked behind Improper Turn ''
Gerald Sheldon Parish, 17, 1640 S. Causes,AccidentRussell FRI., SAT., SUN. .
Walnut St., Starke, at Southside
Elementary School. Parish failed toobserve Norman, 65, Rt. 2 Box 172,
Eberle's vehicle while backing Starke was heading north on US-301.Ronald 0 I /
striking Eberle causing: the acc Keith Wheeler 49, of Safford ,
dent. Arizona was traveling south onUS ONTH1RlG: r1RPocG.
5 Damage to Eberle's '77 Olds was -301. Wheeler made a left turn into
X100. according to Patrolman N. the path of the vehicle driven by Nor-
Jackson man. ........1 TWENTIETH CCMTUAV POMSHOWTIMeS L tl. Sawyer Gas &
Appliances I
I Damage to Norman's 1978 Mercury
Dec.. 7, Diane Brodsky. 28, P. O.Drawer was $1,000, damage to Wheeler's 1970 :

A., Ham ton, was traveling Plymouth Wheeler was was$700.charged with making Friday 7:05.8:50: ., ,. .. .. .. ,
south on Cherry St. A vehicle driven Sat., Sun. 5:30.7:15.9:00:
by Otto Ketterer. Box 1422 Starke an improper turn according to l M MMg BB nn>BB IliOtf) 1 1'1 1/
gulled out and struck the Brodsky Patrolman Lane Sibley. .

vehicle* Damage in the to right the side.Brodsky 1969 301 Drive-In $;ap$ I

Cadillac was $300, damage to Ketterer's Two Local Men thru MON.,
1973 Pontiac was $100, accor Receive Sentence itpfeiiTO I 1 1
ding to Patrolman Lane Sibley.
i. Maurice Edwards Jr., and his son
Zachary 'R. Edwards, of Starke .a 1' 1 I /
|;Accident received sentence Nov. 19 from the U. '

I On US-301 Involves S.Maurice District in Edwards Ocala. Jr received 1 1 1 .Hurry Now! Save & Beat i the Rush

f Tandem Truck three years in the custody of the attorney A
!6)Dec. 2. Ulysses Mitchell, 54. of general for count 1, two years; ROrTNOLDi r.MDRT
Jacksonville was northbound onUS for count 2 and one year for count 6 to ---._ .-__ Variable Power Control. Select |
run concurrently. These counts in
-301 in the inside fane. Joseph
Michael Starling, 30, P.O. Box 605 volve conspiracy to import and : __ ; r i the power setting that's right for
Starke, was also north on US-301 in distribute a controlled substance the food you are cooking.
the outside lane changed lanes into namely marijuana. PLUS"Sundance ._-- I''i''
the designated lane of travel of Mit Edwards received a sentence of one Automatic Defrost setting.
chell. Mitchell locked his brakes and year (to run consecutively) on count 6 and The Kid"I I ''I Defrost frozen foods simply and
jackknifed the tractor trailer. The which is unlawful use of a com
near of the the truck struck Starling's munications facility.A SHOWTIME: 7:00INSULATION t9, quickly)
Vehicle in the left side. sentence of one year for count 8 I, I,
I Rescue 60 responded to the acc (providing a landing strip in Brad- d 1 r I IiI ,
dent. ford County) to run consecutively I
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.L,900, damage to Mitchell's tractor
frailer was $75. I I III i I
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change of lanes, according to I
Patrolman Eston Mosher. III

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4, Debbie Wike of Lawtey lefther '' '
car running while she made a HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE. EXTERIOR Whirlpoolundercounter -_ .
phone call at the Zippy Mart on HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
tJS-301 south. When she returned a FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION -
man grabbed her, throwing her to the QUALITY INSTALLATION I
pavement and drove off in her car. Dishwasher '
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p f>the law enforcement'ottficera in '
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dcntified and arrested at his home.
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wood, S.C.; one brother: Lester Ruth Causey Sanford- and Mrs. He is survived by his wife: Mrs. Card Of Thanks
Waters of Anaheim, Ca.; two sisters: Mildred Salvemini of Norfolk, Va.; Estelle Parrish Green of Palatka; six
: J d.) lIIi!! ;r' Iill lilll'i; : Mrs. Loma Gillen of Lulu, Fl. and one son: Morris Waters of Lake daughters: Mrs. Hazel Dukes, Mrs.
lOb it :j l Mrs. Willie Mae Fleming of Lake CI- Butler; one sister: Mrs. Lara Messerof Alma Mann, Mrii Bobbie Woodard,
l : ty; Seventeen grandchildren and two Jacksonville; twenty grand- Mrs. Eunice: Saucerman\ Mrs.Debbie The families of Dr. C. M. BooKer
,, '" "'J.'U \" ." .';.\. greatgrandchildren.Funeral children and thirty-seven gl'eatgrandochildren. Anderson and. MI'!!. Maria'Thomas, nd Don R. Morgan wish to thank att
.I)III' If :I .,I, 'all of Palatka ono son: : ; I .. "', :!}" services were Sunday j f Amy Hulina's friends for cardsst
Wilma Mary Slade Stover '. JeS Jird'Waters ; Dec. 6 at 4 p.m. in Archer FuneraiHome Funeral services were held Sunday Danny Green'of Palatka> one sister: lowers; and many thoughtful deeds
Chapel with Rev. Bill Delaney Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. In Archer Funeral Mrs. Ruby Hodges of Brooker; one \ her ilness and death. :
Mrs. Wilma Mary Slade Stover 65, Mr.Jessit Jird Waters!dS died: pee.trd officiating. Burial followed in Mt. Home Chapel with Brother Greg brother: Mr. Robert Green of Palatka luring Most of all we thank you for loving
of Lake Geneva died Wednesday at ; in Anderson Memorial Hospital In'S Zion Cemetery with Archer Funeral Smith officiating. Burial followed in and several grandchildren.
Alachua General Hospital following a'. .Iya..5 w.h Carolina' after'a brief''illness. Home of Lake Butler in charge. Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Archer h er.
brief illness ,' Funeral Home in charge of ar Funeral services were held Saturday -
Mrs. Stover was born in Sampson He wa'a\ native of Union County"moving Mrs. lank Waters rangements. Dec. '5th at 2 Mt. Zion
City and moved to Lake Geneva five to Iva, S.C;. fourteen years,; Primitive Baptist Church with Rev.
years ago. She was the daughter/ .ago. He.' worked in Textile Mrs.Janie Lester Carter Waters 91 Joe GreenJoe Herman Jordon and Rev. Obe Yarborough -
the late Charlie and Lillian Cowart > with Greensboro Mills died in Union General Hospital officiating. Burial followedin :?
Slade, former pioneer residents. of ;< Maintenance: He Is:;survived by his wife: Mrs. Thursday afternoon after a brief,il- Green, 70 died Dec. 5th in Put- Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Ar- '' :
Bradford County. She was a member Catherine Fleming Waters of Iva, lness. nam Community Hospital! Palatka cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler in Don't cook light colored .. :.
of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter' I S.C.;: Three daughters: Mrs. Nora'Merle She is survived by five daughters: !after an extended illnesj. charge. mushrooms in aluminum ,,' .
Day Saints. Mrs. Rhona Parker of Macclenny, He was a native of Union County,
Crowe, Hodges, S.C., Mrs. It darkens them.
Survivors include one daughter. Mary Lou Ward of Iva, S.C. and Mrs. Mrs. Lois Herring of Marriana, Mrs. moving to Palatka 28 years ago. He pant. ... .
Marilyn Herring of Green Cove Spr LaNettye Smith of Honeapath, S.C;; Cecil Smith of Jacksonville. Mrs. was retired from Hudson Pulp and
ings; three sisters, Thelma McAdamsand one son: Willie F. Waters of Green Eunice Waters of Lake Butler,Mrs. Paper Company
Janey Rowell both of Hampton, _:

and brothers Alma, Arthur Chapman Rhoden of Palatka of Salt;-Springs four- + 4 4$. + .. '=- ... ,=-+ -= '=- '=-.. '= + .. =-i'- '=-

Leroy, Harold, and Merrill nLIl..I'62111 Limited Quantities some items-Get them while,they last '
Rhoden all of Hampton, five grandchildren Black
and two greatgrandchildren.Funeral UtlCI"II.. Sale flood thru Dec..31st. 1981

services conducted at
11 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5 in the Chapelof 7300 5-1/2"/ COMPACT SAW m
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with

Bishop Allen Townsend, Brother E1ltJW. 1 4
Wilford Jordan, and Brother William 1
Copeland officiating. Burial was in ,
Hope Cemetery with Archie Tanner UTILITY
Funeral Home in charge of ar
For general purpose use. Black & Decker. .
A new concept In power saws, the 5-1/2'ER: Jackson Building Supply I I
Mirian Sapp Johns 5.112"/ blade. 5-1/2 Ibs net wt. Great for 7308 7.114"SAW 3195 !

Mrs. Mirian Sapp Johns, 91 of paneling plywood, molding trim work, With Three Locations to Serve You UTILITY
Starke passed away Wednesday nightin shelving The firs: circular saw designed STARKE KEYSTONE IIGTS. LAKE BUTLER
Home. for home use. Sturdy steel ..,,, For general purpose use.
Green Cove Springs Nursing specifically ,, U.S. 301 S. Hwy 100 & SR 21 S.W. 6th Ave.
She was born in Bradford County wraparound shoe for added support. 4' steel
1.113HPmax.motor( output) Sturdy
and was the daughter of the late Ver- .8( HP(max motor output). 964-6078 473-4973 ? (17
wraparound shoe for added support. Accepts
non and Missy Oliver Sapp former
pioneer residents of Bradford County. 5 optional 73-501 rip fence. Power lock-off
She is the widow of the late J. L. 299 button guards against accidental starts.
Johns of Bradford County. Mrs. Sawdust ejection chute Keeps sawdust away
Johns was a housewife and a memberof \ from cutting line for better visibility.Two

Church the of Bayless Starke. Highway Baptist Make the Man in Your Life Happy with a handle Double surfaces insulated.for Bevel positive.and depth steady control.,

Mrs. Johns is survived by: one
daughter: Mrs. Essie L. Crosby of adjustments' quickly, easily made.

Starke; four grandchildren twelve 7308

greatgrandchildren greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral and. fourteen (!80 Black SL Decker.

services were conducted at

3p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5 at the Chapelof Power Tool
the Archie Tanner Funeral Home
with Rev. J. D. Robinson officiatingand
Rev. Charles Colbert assisting.
Burial was in Dyal Cemetery with Archie &c 9

arrangements.Mrs.Tanner Funeral. Home in chargeof t 1Gc BlacksOeckep. VALUE PLUS" 0 7436s

Hazel L. CravanMrs. 7-1/4In. Circular SawPower

Hazel L Cravan, 64, former
resident of Starke died Friday, Dec. 4 S
ful) 1.5-HP(mox.output)motor
in California. Umftod Tvno Only...
.Sturdy Steel wrap around shoe... Two
Mrs. Cravan was born in Jackson
ville on Nov. 6, 1917. handles for tort,.teadycontrol
9 9
Memorial services will be held in Bevel and depth adjustmentsSawdust 43
Columun in ejection chute... Power lock
Barrium San Francisco, Plus 1 $5Rebate M"
off button for added safety
Ca. today. Her daughter will be retur- 7p
ning to Starke for final disposition of .'Includes7'/"eombinotlonbled.' R JM.Oj from
.g. Blacks. Dackar.
the urn, which will be buried with Q Black A Decker
Raymond A. Cravan, her husband, at REBATE on Value Plus" Power Tools
Crosby Lake Cemetery with a small $5
memorial service at the gravesite on Direct from Black & Decker... Dual-Action Finishing SanderReg.

Dec. 15 at 2 p.m. Rev. Jim Black, of '
7390 $42.69
ficiating. ?? ?- .. Plv* You Gel $5 OH .' .

Sandra Survivors E. Cravan include of two San daughters Francisco;, .. u:-+ i t .?..&..4. ..."" ...., .:ya.w.b .ar 155 n d.'"'X31 WPM ;f,3 l ; -. ."'t
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Ca., and Donna J. Cravan of Starke; "CHRI r ,
two sons; Raymond A. Cravan Jr. of > \ 7580 Dual action.., orbital and straight line sanding +.
San Francisco and Charles L. Cravanof Flush sands on 3.,...... Sure-grip clamps sand pap
Tampa and six grandchildren. CASH A Double Insulated... Detachable 6-Ft.cord

Mrs. Blanche B. Hardy

Mrs. Blanche B. Hardy, 87, residentof $5 REBATE $35.65e rr
Starke passed away early Wednes- T9o -
day morning in Williston Nursing PI".YouOetSSOH y
Home following an extended illness. This Price Direct from 28"13HP "

Mrs. Hardy was born in Hannibal. Black B. Decker. Black A Decker... .
Missouri moving to Gary, Ind. where
she resided until moving to Starke in Reg.$41.05 t t
1966.Mrs. j171 r1af w Plot You Get $S OH (max.output; ) motor with variable peed. ':
Hardy is survived by one son: ThisPric.Directfrom 32" PJ1aJO'Il V" 'Calibrated lilting shoe for bevel, compound mitre cut T

Robert Lawson of Key Largo Fl. and Black Decker Block & Decker ..... 'A8r""cho'c"or' .purpoquppqubl.lnwlot.cl
one daughter: Mrs. Emmite White of Blacks Decks .|
Weogulfka, Ala.Graveside > 1/3-HP(max output)motor...Double in.ulaled'
services will be con- 3/8 I In. S Reversing switch... trigger lock..detaFhabl.cord
ducted at 11 a.m. Friday morning in Variable Speed Drill 1 Double reduction gearing.,, large 3/8-in chuck Variable Speed Jig Saw qR

Hampton City Cemetery, with Archie ", ...r.o.: ......." "--.-,.-- LL- L- --: .._ L- .._
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Tanner Funeral Home in Starke in eo. 1"1( 11I'11I"

charge of arrangements.Mrs. A Great Gift B D ac cc cr.

Mamie Bradley Crews 9330 ?:

Mrs. Mamie Bradley Crews, 75 of For DadWORKMATE e -
Lawtey passed away Friday evening
following a brief illness. 4901 1
Mrs. Crews born in ':;;;:, '
was Briceville, Reg. 'CORQlESSVAC
Fl. and was the daughter of the )late Iloilrl 1 i 'w Nat lust a vacuum cleaner.It's a cordless :
Marion and Alice Smith Bradley.Mrs. MtM7lZ33 .J. :
rechargeable cleaner that has no hose no !
Crews moved to Lawtey at an Black aDeckerBlscka cord Powerful enough to work anywhere ;
5 :?!
early age where she has resided DeckerROUTER 26 ROUTER around the, House. No need lo wrestle with :::
since. PANTOGRAPH big upright" or unwieldy canister vac lor
Mrs. Crews is the widow of Com- CHIOS ".. $29.95 8 small daily clean-ups Cleans rd- .
modore Crews and was a member of Portable for letter A. number. r places where dirt dust and crumbs collect
Work Center Produces relief-carved signs Ore.ttoQuick cl.anuptSlier spills
Smyrna Baptist Church of Starke.
Survivors include three Mr. i Vise... Can be used with most routers plaques, decorations.: Reproduces BUSIER storage unit,Is a charging ;
sons: .
Single 23" to pr.por. accurate, prof. printed Mounts on any wall near electrical.outlet:
patterns or illustrations
H. C. Crews of Hudson. Fl., Glenn ;
Model, sional-looking nameplotes Keeps DUSTBUSTCM within
70003 easy reach
"Pee Wee" Crews of Starke, and on wood at40$9'end :
Elmer Crews of Iceland three signs. Template guidebushings or 60% of pattern size.:All, (
for BID
daughters: Mrs. Linda Boatwright of Routers Included. popular routers with a 6i:: dlo':' : 32 I
Lawtey Mrs. Hilda Woodard of Trent or smaller base can be used. .
ton and Mrs. Vera Clayton of Consists of 1 large((2V)and I Patterns of subjects, Rp$ : '
Jacksonville; two sisters: Mrs. Myr- ) 79-003 small ((1%") letter and number alphabet and numbers Includ
tle VanZant of Lawtey and Mrs. Nell set with punctuation. ed. Almost any picture or pattern
Gloer of Jacksonville; twenty grand- Use with straight or V-groove can also be reproduced.
children and five greatgrandchildren. bits. IS/32" or smaller for "
Mounts ,
to V. plywood ba....
Funeral services were conducted at '
large letters. 4" or smaller U.. with
3 Tuesday at the Chapel of Archie straight or V-groove ;
p.m. for small letters.
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. B-d)Black Decker bits not Included.Perfect. bits. Router, base, bits not In-. :

was Ronald In Lawtey Martin with officiating.Archie Tanner Burial //this compact WORKMATE can handle'

Funeral Home in charge of ar all the heavyweight jobs you have to do. Gifts from
rangements. 23.1/4"vise|jaws hold objects up to 12"Reg. (9600)i
$55.99 wide while Individually adjustable handles
allow It to grab wedge shapes easily. f
Francesca Espe 4 9 9 9 At 22 Ibs.,you can set It up anywhere... j
Mrs. Francesca Espe, 82 of Lake workshop, garage or worksite. (Some
Butler died at her home Tuesday assembly required, wrench Included). 2900

afternoon after an apparent heart at

tack. Perfect Gifts If ome
She was born in Hazelton, Pa.living Reg. $32.98
most of her life in New York. She :
moved to Lake Butler five years ago
Model 1 79-001 Workmate
where she has resided since. She wasa "ry"ww0 Blacks Packer
retired nurse and a member of the

St.Starke.Edwards Catholic Church' in- ,for, Table Work 'Center Black*Decker EXTENSION! '- \\\27 I

Survivors Include: two sons, Shaip'nSanfiTShorpene COfiO .yrt.t. Reg $32.50
William W. (Bill) White of Lake ....14-415 : ::
Butler and Robert James White of and, ;ViseDual i Thi..theWORKMATEe' Menoo DrIII-poweNd belt under I :: I
,. TV portable work center glent' STOWAWAY Step Stool. Versatile I
Henry Binghamton Paris of N.Nuremburg Y.; one Pa.brother; and i .., 0.vi....end Powerful sawhorse 39"vt peeked.e,....Info Now sand. shapes, tin- Use In the home to reach high places, :::
two grandchildren. -. 'r2? 'object*up to 12"wide,end me Ishes. Powered by most 1/4" .....,.... 2 99 plant stand use a* a tot. toot...Store :

Services were held Wednesday: at 4 ....'. : ,;.." 'D IndlnMuefty Mow II10 grso dust.ble p.m. in the Chapel of Archer Funeral rr '. ) ..... aaly.Tw.ornh.ftts.ddto blade, scissors, / appliance, under counter lo table. =
Home with Father Edward Rooney. g" S' .0' 0' : wreeWIi r! ,set H up enywnerel t knives, chisels, one. Sand Hold up to 190 feet of extension door. Fit. In any 1" space. Sturdy .
officiating. Mass will be held on Friday *. : 5 _!dIng end mitres.Smooth cord for convenient store up to 800 .. le'/l"high.Convenient
atl: pm. in Owega. N.Y.'with1- 'J" e Black&:Dec/ep.: rough-edged board Hose age and carrying.Easy to wind .' carrying and opening. Almond color ( )

burial i in Tioga Cemetery. Archer .Rea.: }18.r it i\ . connection] for home voc to cord around holder. Protects w
cord Gaic.cka
dust under and ke.psItnelotl i '
keep control
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Man Behind the Sten'es'For Crossroads Sin qers


Jeffrey Bornefnan have to make sure I'm not dreaming.. said. "But when group members are' "My mother Is our number one fan. ssssnsa srasass.rl isssrir iIMol.MI
Special to the BCT We get invitations from all over the not singing or playing instruments, She has a complete set of albums and ,
Can a young man from.a. Small town country to share music the whole "'
become a member of they help the stage crew with the never misses a local show, he says.
nationally family can enjoy. equipment." "Being a musician herself, she appreciates
famous singing group? 'Ask McCoy
White." The Crossroads Singers began in the effort put into every
White,'a 24-year-old former Starke" 1974 when a few members of the "It's incredible when you stop and concert." McCoy brags about hismother's I liquid supplements
consider how man-hours Into
Crossroads many go beautiful alto voice, but
Church of Christ decidedto
resident now student at the '
University of Florida ,,in Gainesville get together and sing for the congregation each think show, White said. "People chuckles about his own ability. "Youwouldn't
small until
were a choral' "
group see me on stage.
Their local fame out
and works part-time with the : grew
they see,our stage and other
Crossroads Singers,. handling the of these performances, and today then set-up When asked how l long he would remain -
equipment im NOW
; they are really AVAltA
'gcpup's lighting, and sound ,equipnfent. they have grown to 40 members and pressed. We try our best to give first with the singers, he replies"As L.E. AT
: have recorded a dozen albums."I class entertainment" long as I'm here in Gainesville. It's
:::A 1974 graduate from Bradford just started helping out with the fun, challenging and. I wouldn't trade
'High School, McCoy is the son of local shows. .go get this,go get that. In addition to touring and scheduled it for anything.' Alligator Creek
;Maurice White,a teacher at Bradfordlement.ary '. After awhile I learned how the local shows,the singers are often asks
for the ed to perform on short notice too. McCoy plans to graduate in June
past 20 years. He singers worked. When they began
"That is when it's real to and hopes to stay in the area and
turned down several military scholar- touring the country, I went along to a challenge" teach mathematics. Ranch Inc.
Ship) offers to attend Florida,explain work the lighting equipment, becausewe get everything organized., ,
::ing&Qme.that" "It, keeps me closer to hardware.need a"special crew for all' that, I' A& k 'fq1r !"" k fa-\ U.S. 801 S. 964-6973

O.."It's hard to believe that I'd ever "There are four others who regularly Mol-Mlx/LPS is a high quality liquid feed sup-
:jet to work with such a'well-known help with the staging and CHRISTMAS COOKIES plement with a molasses base, which supplies
group; ," White said. "Sometimes I microphones, so we're a team," he '. energy, protein, vitamins and trace minerals at

M:i..i low cost. Scientifically-developed to balance

Even PFEFFERNUESSE grain and roughage Intake while stimulatingrumen

I ; Servicemen and SPRINGERLES activity. The Mol-Mlx/LPS formula aids in

better feeding efficiency, providing balanced
.:"?-:. Airman, Teresa L.Broadway Completion munications of and this combat course operations.qualifiesthe jyI c.;.. Also for Gift Giving diets for beef cattle, dairy cattle and sheep.

1"Airman Teresa L. Broadway, soldier as a light-weapons infan- .] Cookie Assortment
daughter of E. M, Powell of Starke, tryman and as an indirect fire I I
crewman. you ever used Liquid
find Janet M. Powell, also of Starke
has been open Mondays til Christmas
to Sheppard Air
force Base, Texas, after completing Soldiers were taught to performany Feed you'll really like this new |
basic training. of the duties in a rifle or mortar
:::During the six weeks at Lackland squad.He Pastry Shop mix.
Air Force Base 'Texas, the airman
Studied the Air Force mission, is a 1981 graduate of Bradford. SB *m &m BiML oo
organization and customs and received High School 138 E. Call SI,, Starke 964.5890fq per ton
: special training in human rela-
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::Sin; addition, airmen who comolete Airman on Mark____T._._Mafn__.n._i_*
!basic training earn credits tdWard an
associate degree in applied science Airman Mark T. Hafner, son of
through the Community College of the David D. Hafner of St. Charles,
Air:"Force. ::- ]T. Michigan, and Ellen Northrup of ESTABLISHED 1904
:The airman will now receive Starke has been assigned to Shep-
socialized: instruction in the pard Air Force Base, Texas, after
transportation field. completing Air Force basic training.
jjHer: husband is the son of
1 Mr.. and Mrs. Larry. Broadway of During the six weeks at Lackland
Keystone Heights. Air Force Base Texas, the airman
;.She is a 1981 graduate of Bradford studied the Air Force mission,
High School .. organization and customs and received Economical
;:, special training in human rela- ,
:; tions.
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In addition,.airmen who complete KEROSUNRoom
h Pvt. Steve L. Marks,son of Mr.and basic training earn credits toward an Heaters
I1/I.rs./ Tom Marks, Sr. of Starker has associate degree in applied science Space
completed One Station Unit Training through the Community College of the
(jDSUT) at the U. S. Army Infantry Air Force. .
School, Fort Benning, Ga. ,r'trt KERO-SUN OMNI .15
cjfhe J training included weapons The airman will now receive "c _.. ,
qualifications l squad tactics, patroll- specialized instruction in the civil
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'" 'i : (. .,., V )): + Vtoreas I has been documented. ,:the
I "j ( ;J ..1 .\ .lirJi li5 is extremely popular
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I Outdoor Column "'.... I': ,"_ ,. ., .: .; '::1)>j>with the public. :;:r;
( .. recommendedhat
.. \ HUNTEftVVEYM! $:rl..The Division :: (
':, !I 1 : y. two: historical refuge areas in lake

Last Chance coot season also offers hunters a '. .;.......,. Tallahassee SoAie 8.000" ui; ii' ,.iir' *] George be closed to sport fishing during ( -

For Doves chance to pursue other,game duringthe will be selected ;W participate T.f'l ,.. February and March of 1982: The

general season. "I 1. ..-t survey to primarily soHcit- plnions on 'Commission will consider'an order:fct

Determined wingshooters have one Goodwin also reminds hunters that II.L the 'state 8 deer, 'managernent'proSr <<; the January meeting to accomplishthis .
more chance to bag their limit of the woodcock season will begin In closure. .'%":
mourning dove when the third and Florida Dec. 5. Hunting hours are to The; rive-nfembet Qumb anil fresh-:i \ 1, Commissioners additionally.ac-:

final phase of dove season opens up be from 1/2 hour before'sunrise to Water' Fish Commission revived: '* >i- :cepted a proposal from the Division"

Saturday Dec. 12. sunset. The daily bag limit is five and itt status report preparations; for the Fisheries' that a public meeting.be

There will be just 24 days of the possesion limit is 10. statewide survey during a meeting; held to discuss low water conditions

shooting allowed with the season win- The woodcock season will end Feb. Dec. 4 in Orange Park. on Lake lamonia in Leon Countv. :.

ding down for the year on Monday Staff members from the Comm The Commissioners also received a
Jan. 4. Shooting hours will be from 7.Duck sion's Division of Wildlife, said the on the water levels in Dead
one-half hour before sunrise until Stamp survey in the form of a comprehensive report located in Gulf and Calhoun
sunset. Daily limit remains at 12 with Deadline Near questionnaire will be mailed In Lakes 3 I
.counties.A .
possession limit at 24. i : January The ecipients will be ran for
fisheries management
Florida hunters harvest some 2to They are starting to trickle in now. domly selected from some 250,000
The Division -
3-million doves annually taking the sometimes one a day sometimes as persons ?who purchased hunting the area is being developed. II
as five. Each one is carefully _ this reported the information will be
majority from 1- to I -millior., dur- many -.. licenses in the state year., recommendation,
numbered logged and then stored in will also include presented as a joint
ing the first phase. However The survey ques- of Natural
biologists with the Game and Fresh the vault until it's time. tions regarding hunter attitudes' on with the Department of the Dead
Water Fish Commission say there are They are the entries for the 1982-83 the deer management program,'what Resources to a meeting ht-
Lakes ,,
still plenty of opportunities to harvest Florida Waterfowl Stamp Design they would like to see changed. their Watger Authority

doves during the third phase. Contest and they must be in by 5 p.m. opinion on seasons and other regula- chka Other on Dec. 10.received by the Commission ; -

If predictions are accurate and Monday Dec. 14. Tom Goodwin con tions and what they see as future reports included a status of the

Florida has a colder than normal test coordinator said he expects the threats to hunting in general. and hunts held this
winter, doves will be utilizing fields number of entries this year to be the ;kdT7r In other business the Com mi 8-1. special The Division nine-day of Wildlife stated
planted for them on a heavier basis as highest yet. ., sioners discussed items to be included, year.
native foods become scarcer. 1J.'I'I during statewide public meetings to it processed 68,159 applications for
"We have mailed out more than 150 the nine-day and special
Hunters should harvest between Viand applications thus far," he said. be scheduled throughout Florida bet regular '
hunts this compared to 65,630
1-million doves during the final "Although only 30 entries have been ween January and February. The last =
phase.Information. I meetings are held annually to receive year. ;
received to date most of the designswill The Commission has set its next
on dove hunting in the last few days of the input from citizens regarding Sin *"" ,
pour meeting Jan. Tampa. j
regulations is available from any office contest." management of wildlife and
of the Game and Fresh Water freshwater fish resources in the state.
The contest is sponsored annuallyby ,
Fish Commission. Just request a In addition the Commissioners
the Game and Fresh Water Fish
copy of the brochure "Migratory received a report from the Division of "
Game Birds: 1981-82 Hunting Regula- Commission to choose the design for Fisheries concerning a request from The fig tree belongs to : '

tions." the state duck stamp, required of 1 Turkey for the Table... the Putnam County Commission to a family that produces latex .".

Florida waterfowl hunters. Richard prohibit sport fishing in select areas and yields rubber Break ,
Solze of
Phase for Although the Commission: does not Lawtey bagged this 10 pound turkey hen at Camp Blanding .
1st bass ,
Johns River
of the St. during '
financial renumerationto Monday on the first day of a week of gobbler hunting at the reserve. 'a twig off a fig tree and
Duck and Coot any _____ __. spawning season. a white liquid will appear ;'.
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the artist it has been
winning ,
The Division of Fisheries reportedthat .
a woodsman jumped from his, But he cautioned hunters to remain rubber in the raw. ;'
With the first phase of the state'sduck experience that the artist can realize vehicle in south Florida and the pistolhe constant in their use of safe hunting although no biological Justification ',.

and coot season ending Dec. 6, itwill substantial profit from the sale ot was carrying discharged with the practices. "It takes only a moment of for: the establishment of these, '. .
give a chance for waterfowlers to limited edition prints of the design. ,
bullet hitting his leg. ; carelessness to turn a nice outing intoa
rebuild duck blinds, if necessary, or Information on entering the contestcan "It was another example of a mo- tragedy." ",
locale newer areas to hunt. be obtained by writing: Water- He said
ment of carelessness which can lead an important point derived
The second phase ot the duck and fowl Stamp Contest Coordinator. to injury or death" said Capt. Edwin" from the study of fatalities from last ZP Ge/ttee ;' .

cool season will be held in Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- Tyer Sr., who heads Up the Hunter year was that only one involved a meN .'
Irom (Dec 12 through January 18," sion, 620 S. Meridian St., Tallahassee, Education Section of the Game and youngster under 18 years of age. "

said Thomas! Goodwin chiet of the Fl. 32301. Fresh Water Fish Commissions's Of-, "People tend to think kids need to for ?2epetl uctive Wealth .

bureau nl wildlife resources for the Excercise Safe fice of Informational Services. pay closer attention to safety rules. JACKSONVILLE
800 LOMAX STREET. ((904)) 354-2817 ,
Division ol Wildlife 01 the Game and Tyer said that throughout last However our statistics point out that .,
Fresh Water Fish Commission. Hunting PracticesOn year's hunting season there were 29firearmrelated everyone needs to be cautious on hunting '."

He said the break between the first the first day hunting was allow- hunting accidents trips to insure a safe outing" he e ABORTION TO 14 WEEKS. ....
of the duck and reported and investigated by the said.
and second phases ed on wildlife management areas this Commission. C OUTPATIENT TUBAL LIGATION -.'



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HOMES WANTED: speed transmission 2300 1/2 year old J.V.C., D/D And for sale. -' .
green came
Will, pay cash for your used LOOKING FOR a special Engine, 4 new radial tires turn table. stereo Soft cane for chewing and CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: 'APHA'EJ$ N.EED'i ::.S AERr( 1 ::
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mobile home. Ray Powell piece p'operty topper, fully carpeted bed amplifier. 50 wallr.c.lv.r grinding. Phone 4963555. Free estimates. Locadistributes : ,
don't have I'll 'find,
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496-3377 TFN 4- 16. AM-FM !
stereo, Cassetteplayer. Zenneth Itpd 1210.MATCHING for completelywashable .
40 '
speakers watt eight WASHER AND nationally .
Classified Ads REALTOR 496.2126 or 10X40 TRAILER: $1500. Ray track cabinet and head DRYER: One year old $375. advertised Gard..". OMIDATIQM. WATIMMMITMATIONfANO SUN ,,...

Get Results 4962903. eves.. "Your Powell, 496-3377 TFN phonei. Phone 496-3824. color portable TV S20O. Draperies. saw Enter MANS THAT OTMCM. KM MAMMPUkFACTOftt VOUN .
Union Realtor tin .
County 12/10. Itpd 1210.IEAUTIFUL Ed LornStephen. AHi.TopTsus. '
3'26.FOR frost free refrigerator with prises. or '! ii \ .,
2 15" ALUMINUM ALLOY I BOTTLE BRUSH ice maker$175. hlde-a-bed 4962219. '
Clearance Sale ALL YOU REAL ESTATE RIMS: $45 fit 5 lug PLANTS: Well branched 4' w/chair $100. double bed .5/1/SOTFN. A MAUTICULCOMMIACIAL MJILDINO' ."".11

TomlinsonMainesDrug NEEDSColl Venera Brown Chevrolet. 1974 Chevy El to 5' tall $5. Contrary $60 new Simmons double CUSTOM COMBINE WORK OflHOMIDtMRVEt ;? ,, U

Store Bldg. 496.3022, Sandy Haien. Camino. good condition, Marys Garden SR 121 inLoCron. bed $173 maple table w/4 Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or A.RAUTIFULPARKING ..1.
496.3994 eves or a.rrIL.n.non automatic, air. good tires ., 462-1561 Closed chair $125 coffee table 4962903. TFN 8/20. Aft I A r1 t !_'.'\

Main St. L. Butler Owens 496-3140., Tffin and limited slip differential air s"ndafOr'ld' Monday:! 1 Itchg w/2 .end, tables $95 "" ??WOULD' rnct, 'TO"KEEP ')Q t .4J, --.p----i-txa. ;'q "
Inc. Realtors .
Sat., Dec. 12, 1981 Box 788 Lake Butler Rt, FL.2 .hocks... j$1.495, Phone;. I/10. ..: '.;..:..., ..5agso";."q'.n d..4jze. .:. ::xmICH fJU'J *' CO U .4i..1.", I ". .cn u w
8:30 am 3 4311114. TFN 12/lOr ,'_...1. ., "
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tfn chg. 8/6. bedro9mn, ,"' : aiII'VSNGVIMITU"t'! i ..,.;
microwaive $175. 'shoe; '
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Phone 755-2397 Pro Reasonable rates, call : :J
VENERA BROWN TIFFIN' < OWENS 'INC. High Cost of Living Got You Down? vidence. Itchg. 12/10. 496-3731 and ask for ',',J
i -tr IA1TOKS
496-3022 Karen. 3tchg 11/26 I2/3 HALlS UXTISOS PAvMIST UPIt '
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Suite Six Classified Ads .
G.rrIL.nnontr 1131 NW 13th St.
Get Results

904-377-7750 for 1-2-3-4 BR --C- : '
taking applications INSURANCE AGENCYl -

.BEST BUY AROUND) Brick 3 bedroom l'/i bath family August occupancy. These all electric Mike McNabb 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake a C ....

roo-n CH/A Carpeted. 32 Acres, fenced with Butler.' 496-3978. Complete .
pasture Roof RepairsSky CBASS .
with lots of closet
units ,
timber 2 ponds trailer hook-up close to Ralford, are spacious, Insurance Service. TFN <

Highway 121 frontage. Call Gerrl for details. space, and all have wall-to-wall carpeting Lights Installed

.215/ ACRES with frontage on SR.791 and 241. 4 bedroom drapes and kitchen appliance. On Cutlers Installed & FOR RENTTVPEWRITTERS ASPHALT PAVING ,;
I bath frame houie 64' 64' hay born, 250 ft. Irrigationwell I Mobile Home Roofs MACCIENNY FLORIDA
site facilities. Rental assistancefor
pasture and tillable land. Ponds additional bldg. laundry 257-3043
included. SI.600 per a.cr., owner financed. Must see to qualified applicants. Roof Coating MACHINES FOR \tl _, .. ., .. ..' .. a'"

appreciate.We ........................................... For applications and information, Installed RENT: Union County Times, :$E tl. $'[. ?, :, 'tflN' 1 II: : .
6th St. Lake 85 SW 2nd Ave. Lake
please see us at: 1005 S.W. '.'__ '
have top quality acreage with affordable prices Quality Workmanshipat .
Butler. We also repair office }
looking for farms, real estate or Investment property? Butler, Florida 32054 or Call 496-3141. fair prices machines. Phone COALTAR EMULS'ION PAVEM'.ENT'. SEALERS ,,
Call .. We want to work for ,
you. Equal Housing Opportunity. 496-2261 for more informa '
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K.eystone Heights A.MISCELLANEOUS

SERVICES FURNISHED COTTAGE1 1 SALE- BINGO. AMERICAN LAKE LOT 00;sand bottomedlake sharpening service ., windows, etc': my home. Ages 0.4. ful) or
bedroom. 1 bath furnished LEGION HALL, SR-21. E-Z-GO ELECTRIC Golf Cart. cular hand, BUILDING SUpp. part time Corner Sit-16
CARPENTER WORK cottage on Little lake, GOING OVER SEAS-MUST and Sundays in Hillcresl. $80O (hardtop). 6 years old. ex chain, mower blade i Y. 9646078. Orders also and 229A. pays "Vail
Remodeling, work, kitchen Geneva $225 per month. SELL cut. 2 bedroom 2 to 5.7pm.Public invited down. 146.44 per month. eel lent condition. New ground and ) in lake Butler, 964.8902.; evenings:" 'fall
cabinets and trim Keystone Heights Realty. house, lake ac..., tfnchg 10/15 Phone 473-4058 or tires, battery is good. $700or Leave at Jackson and Keystone 9646166.: Itchg 12.' 10 '
carpenter Reasonableprices. Realtor 473.4961 tfnch:, beautiful" large woodedlot OVEREATERSANONYMOUSAre 473-4367 after 6 p.m. best offer. Call Mrs Supply in Starke .. 4734973. 2/26 WANT SOMEONE TO'TAKE
Call Ed Dempsey at ONE HALF OF DOUBLE OFFICE oisumable mortgage tfnchg 7/30 Fred Wiles 473.3971 Heights or Lake SEPTIC TANK BETTER care of your'child
471-7054: between 7 30am you LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone'Heights. -
: for rent, a/c, ot 9%, call owner addicted to food? Is BLUEBERRY PLANTS large TFchg : Bradford County while you work? Providedore
to 5.30 p.m. tfnchg carpeting $80 per month. 4732735. tfnchg 10/29 weight affecting the your owner. third year, $2.50. Rlverland ALCOHOLICS .. pump.outs : Lunch and snacts:
7 2 470 Lawrence Blvd. 31*. 2BA HOME in Silver live life/ ? way Call financed 10 percent interest Farms, wholesale-retail, MOUS) We. also re-lay drain educational playing dnd
CARPENTRY AND you your lots clear' sand *
Keystone 473.4472 Jackie Ridge overlooking Silver O.A. No dues.no fees noweighins. on weekdays after 6:00: antweekends Phone 964-5148 or. .**1 Phones ,"964812t. love. 128 No. Orange,!..
MASONARY WORK build bottomed lake priced to '
Lake Tow miles 468-2769. 4tchg TFchg'SEWING '
tfnchg 10/22 to CARPET AND' UP- Starke. Itpd 12 10PROFESSIONAl. "ft
Open meeting '
additions, remodeling sell from 9900. One to .
patios 12/3 12/24
OFFICE SPACE for Keystone schools, on county SERVICE .
rent : No.oaking. Car Clear}
at 7:30
homes and tile, work.Also nights five look lake
acres Ing
pver 12X60 MOBILE HOME 1973
own.d roads. 11
Keystone Office Center $41.000 p.m. at St. Anne's REPAIRED All no steaming of Ing Service. Cleaned:;;,
painting Freeestimates. call 475-2160 after 4:00: 3/4' mortgage. 376-0078 Episcopal,' Church (access I dvailable) with model, $5.700 2 bedroom cleaned, oiled furniture and carpets washed. gl r..IJ,
Phone 473.4473 p.m. tfnchg 10/29 tfnchg 12/3 Keystone Heights nice trees from 3500. good conditon---12ft| lusted. SIS. ". and dried'to' use vacuumen. sanitizedZQnj
during day tfnchg 8/6 FOR RENT Ft. also $500, down $50 a month. ALUMINUM BOAT and deodorited. *.
l000sq. guaranteed day Satisfaction
: $7.00.
Meetings also held pick tip
HAIR Commercial
SHEll HOMESt Your plans or frontageInvestment
trailer. $173 call
6592500. "
under construction 3000 I Strickland corner .. Free and delivered
Thursdays at 9:30: am. In or "yoqr
DESTROYED FORIVERI sq ft. across from post office ours. Starting at $15.95 per the Starke Recreational opportunity: 2tchg 12/10 12/17 'Rd. and Hwy 16. ... 964.7392. 12 03 place. Call 964-7226.ijash
Why settle for temporary? Commercial Circle. sq ft. Call Affordable SR.21 N.. Owner-salesman. 70 h.p. EVERGLADE full con. CHAIN LINK FENCEi '" "
Bldg. In Starke. For infer ; t'oi: L
Call for 473-4375 8/6
appointment Homes 4733133. 12/10 tfnchg trols. recent $350
473.214961chg 11/26 12/31 tune-up ed. Free estimates. .ral '
motion repairs,.
or help cbtpenM
473-7033. Amy's Electrolysis emergency AKC .
98R. 2BA. HOME CH/A $350 3ipd 12/24 DOBERMANS..TOPquality .11ft. Gator tilt trailer, Man Fence Co. 964 and
call 473-2790 964 8587. try roofing panelling.
490 Lawrence month lake or only. You are Invited 1976. no rust $350 or both TFpd. 1281.BABYSITTING. REPAiR
per access. tfnchg 8/27 782-3669 12 03 2tehql HOME \
Blvd.. 9/24 tfn .
Keystone. 3760078. tfnchg 12/3 LOST/FOUND to visit oyr kennels. for $650. Also Honda Ct-70 .
EXPERT carpentry, great COTTAGE SPRING LAKEKeystone ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSclosed 475-1228. for parts, motor needs ) .' : Gen. Maint. Screens
referrences. ..otisfoctionguaant.ed. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN rebuilding, $35. 473.2595 yrs. or'older In my TUTORING made or repaired .ext!
furnished heat LOST WALKER PUP trl-color. meetings Monday at 8 Call Linda. 9645335.12.10'd
Call 475.2854
and utilities Included. $250 lost In Smith Lake and Open Fridays tfnchg 7/2 2tchg 12/10 12/17' 12/10 Most Subjects perlenced referenced
p.m. meetings
before 8am. or offer 7 70HP. IVINRUOE. full con- MAGIC CHEF
per month till June 1. call Gatorbone area. Any Information 8 Alonon- microwave Ain" Education 964-8328 964-5518t,
p.m. 9/24 t'nPAINTlNG.WALL 904.398.0341. 2tpd 12/3 call 473.3596 p.ny trols, recent tune-up,'$400. oven touch-o-matic 3years
PAPERING Monday at 8 p.m. 17ft,Gator Tilt trailer 1976. old. $200 call evenings BUSINESS Experienced.
12/10 after 4:00: p.m.. Reward 7 .
pressure washing free Alateen-Monday p.m. no rust $<100 or both for 475-1546. excellent
HOUSE FOR RENT 12/10 964-8328 :
St. OPO -
King Itchg 964-5518
..',ma'... Expert Croft. All meetings ot the Educa. $700 also Honda CI70 for condition. 2tchg 12/10 i
Keystone Heights. Large
manshlpl' 473.3773 TFN tional Building. Community parts motor needs .
11/5 living room and kitchen 2 YARD SALE Church. 475-2163 tfnchg rebuilding. $25. 473-2595 IB AWNING'TVPI WIND- EXCITING -j' '.J_..' ..M i, .. ::
baths 473-2604 Itpd 12/10 10/15 .', DOWS: $20.00 och. Call
ACCOUNTANT retired 2tchg 12/3 12/10 Unique new business
NICE 2/3 BEDROOM HOME 473-3202.
available part time, full kitchen YARD SALE Dec. 10 and 11, 12/03 2tchg ture now available
appliances- :
service including tax white sandy beach on lake 3 miles west of Keystoneacross Classified Ads 12/10 area. If you /
returns. 473-2034 tfn2/IO! Geneva-ln town-E. from 21-8. Baby furniture 'Get Results jWlH 'train you>

Lakeview Drive.$400 monthly spreads curtains; t ';Lucrative' rece.tion'

4737086. 12/10 girls bike child's training business with ..
bike, misc. items. follow profit. Earnings
I 12/31 HunI.y .
STEVE BROADWAY signs, 473.2164 Itpd 12/10 ly by your ambition estL
.....rn.. desire.. -i,
1V4 bath on canal HELP ZEviczr. $2,000.4.Fav' ." *

Ramovtl overlooking Lake Geneva. WANTEDWORICINO .call 9047529325.. '
$200 per mo. Call 378-1448 479-4440 I &30131.lg r' if ,')
lIklmInq. OPEN YOUR .
days or 376-4766. even- CLASS HEROES e* BRADFORD COUNTY
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parel shop. 3Jfe' the
Free Estimate Ings. I1/I94tchg 1210SMALL Employment Service. ServIng I TELEGRAPH "
and I I 134i$2t 11* (eon*.derUms, 'n4
HOUSE on Johnson .
lake. (Keystone Heights M.lros. areas. Low 'fees, t teelra Of MejeoI 'swear.Sfltor"$"11,950-ft t "CaH Sylvia
4734472. 10/8 Ho rS 9M-6305
473-4732 area) Furnished. $150 per EUcMc Ap lle ice
month first and last month WANTEDUSED ''SeWnq rxxftord 4 Clay :s",' Ills'. Inrivr ,
After 9 P.M. I In' advance, plus $50 / eoue.ee.Ios4enc. anywhere In LISA. (C.. l ; ,
KeystMM Hefcjhta I security deposit. Call WILSON T-2000 tennis ,I Io.-.n'd dN1._"' '

473-2578 Itchg 12/10 racquets, call 473-2210 or : :1IIwJ: Keyston Call MR. LEE
.It1-I1tgjjjrjuu 473-4380 after 5:00: p.m. 19047514520. Itpd

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I i. Color TV's preceding ,. 24x36", 25 cent* each. U.ed .- set, mod In USA, $2.98: 40" 173 SUPER BEETLE: New HOME PARK mobile homes near State Prison. $20O per i r
'., rt:: before In printing newspaper pc. socket set 1/4.and 3/8, paint: Michelin radial.; and spaces for rent. month plus $200 damage : 4 rWill
Antenna'sSp.c. Great for minor repair drives, $6.49. Also have good condition. $IBOO. Call Recreational I vehicles deposit. Call 964-3161.. I e9at.
:. In receiving Minimum charge! $2.50 |obs. Bradford County many other .Item, 964.7683. 11/05 Hoim welcome. Phone 4682912. Itchg 12/10 ,
'i A'| Channel's 30 A 47 (Cover 15 Words) Tel.groph.964.6305.. tfn. BARGAIN CENTER, US-301: CAMAROi Run good. TFchg SMALL HOUSE on Johnson ,

... .. 782-3577 Each word over 15 is 10' 1 CARPET NEW a USED Furniture south. 12/10 tfn. $1693.00. TERWILLEGAR HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Lake (Keystone Heightsarea "I, .../ : I REALTY

:.., am 7 Not responsible for errors oppllonco.. SEARS KENMORE washing MOTORS 206 W. MadisonSt. room TV. and air ). Furnished. $150 per 1\ '
;1 pm 12/3n when Plumb. fixtures and pipes machine. 8500. CaU) ., Stark. 9647200. tchg Underwood Motel 3 miles month, first and last month ,;" 1'
: given over the North of Stark In advance $50 security 'fit' 1';
I i BARGAIN CENTER US-301 9646052. Itchg 12/10 12/10 on Hwy. plus PHONE 964-7776
Ltv; phone or when copy 1$ not So., 961.6679.2/5 tfn PECANS 75 cent per 14 EACH X-Phon Co. 301. 10/9 tfn deposit. Call 473-2378 I CECILIA rn
Repair typed and brought to the DO-DROP-IN. BARGAIN pound. Curtl Call pickup and van. Low MOBILE HOMESi Highway 16 1 Itchg 12/10 TERWILLtGAR' 205 N. Temple Starke

office. HOUSIs 301 South. 9647698. Itchg 12/10 mlleag 1972' thru and Hwy. 16 and 225. KITCHENETTEEFFICIENCYROOMS
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964-6740.; W* buy and sell!! 1974'. $1500 to $1900. Clean) Call 468.1323.3/12 : For rent at low IT'S INCREDIBLE IW"
", Buy-Sell-Trade used furniture and 'oppllances. MOBILEHOMES North Florida Truck, 5601 tfn weekly rats Call Temple '., PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
: Furniture :3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM. 964-7337 EOW
: Used HELP 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED NW 13th St.. Gainesville Motel '
i\' ;BuY.Se1-Trade TVSt Color 3748828. 11/19 4tchg dining room A kitchen 12/10 SPECIAL
WANTEDROYAL starting at $100.00. FOR SALE 12/10 central heat and air. In Country Club Estates-A truly
t. '," Trade-in's welcome. Phon. 1972 VOlKSWACENi Hampton. Phone 4681779. COMMERCIAL
: beautiful home! 3 BR, 3 BA on 1 3
'J: ;" 112 East call St. AMERICAN CONST. 964.8212.6/11 tfn Clean, dependable ((1st month rent In ad-
Starke CO. Orangewood Apt, USED COLOR TVSi Carter' 1981 MOBILE HOMESi transportation $1395.00. '' vance.)3/7) tfn PROPERTY acres. Huge family room w/

I. )': 800 South Water $}., now," TV. 7823577. W* accept payment starting at TERWILLEGAR MOTORS TRAILER LOTS High and dry; fireplace.: This home has

taking application* foi VISA and MosterChora. $147.00 per' month. John 206 W. Madison St., oak shade trees: 2 mils BRADFORD MINI everything I
worker skilled In alltrod. 10/15 tfn.MOBILI .' Brown Mobile Home Stark., 9647200. Itchg South on US-301,961.8238. WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX
YARD SALE ... Equal Opportunity HOME SIRVICI Center 4733775.49 12/10 9/3 HnPRIVATE for sale 80 pct Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
Employer. 12/03 POLES 100 $135 DATSUN. Great TRAILER LOTS: In I I low maintenance adult housing offering charm
2tpd amp., ; U/ %| "Price leader of ga owner financing, availableat
GARAGE SALii Friday and 12/10 200 amp., $225. Call the South" with the lowest mileage. 334 N. Thompson country. 2'miles from 11 pet I'/t' acres with comfort ft quality together with energy efficiency
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Saturday. Dec. 11th and Stark. Owner furnishes
CITY OP HAMPTON I anytime. 9646365. Stark rate of 16 1/2 percent St. or call 964-8243 Itchg room for expansion. Phone
12th. 8:00 am til 5:00: pm. 10/29 tfn 12/10 water all other hook-ups EXECUTIVE HOME on Golf Course Absolutely be"ulilullBrick !
of 12 14 4732735. 9/24 tfn
selection owner
12" color TV. 12" B/W TV accepting full application fora GAS HEATERS, gas stoves, large 1972 CHEVELLEt $300 or btoHr. or. In. Call 964-6365 4 BR, 2Vt BA, study, all appliances deck pool Ap.
lime wide. .
electric heater, ewlng policeman. Applicant electric stove, misc.. fur and 24 Factory owned Call 964-5734 after any tlm*. 10/29 tfn pros B30 sq. ft. on 1 acre. Paved circle driveway 1- :j<
machine, 39,950 btu ga school* must hove a high nltur, lamp.. Call and operated. COMMUNITY pm. Itpd 12/10 PAWN SHOP/USED FURN WANTEDGOOD garage landscaped and In excellent condition
heater child cor teat, diploma or GED 9646365. 10/29 tfn MOBILE HOME JEEPS CARS. PICKUPS From ITURE SHOP for rent 108 E. 'UVi ACRES- S barns I'"' frontage on SR.II. $38.500

toaster pot & 'pan*, equivalent work ; be able to DOUBLE-DOOR REFRIGERATORFRECZER$100. SALES, Highway 301-N. $35. Available at local Call St. Best offer. PRICES PAID for used GENEVA LAKE ESTATiS-Stunnlna 9 BR. 2'/. BA executive

dishes, linens, tools, boby hove rotating shifts; must IceMakr. Stark.. Open 7 day a government Auction For 964.7189; 9645648. ,tchg mobile homes If mortgage I home w/flreploce, paved driveway over 2.000.q ft 3/4

cloth.* and a 1974 with a minimum of hour Encore. 9645648. week. 964-8741 10/29 tfn. Directory call Surplus Data 12/10 .is 3/4 paid or more OLIN'S acre, wooded lot. Excellent financing.7TH .
Maverick Cloversettles and ,Police Training board Itchg 12/10 FOR SALE OR RENT. Center, 805-687-9709. MOBILE HOME 2-BR. fur MOBILE HOME SALES. I DAY ADV. CHURCH RD. 230A- Neat frame bldy

Poultry Form, 7 ml. couth receive credit from AKC COCKER SPANIEL pup- Doublewlde mobile home, 12/10424, pd. nished. Grlffls Loop. Phone 9645606. Open 7 days carpet 2-gas healers A/C Lot 100 x US'.
ol Stark on SR-100. Itpd Florida Department of law pi**. Also hove an lctric 3 BR 2 BA. See at, 1500 17 THUNDERBIRD TOWN 964.5261 or 9646112. weekly TFchg .el 9 MELTON TtRRACE-AHroctlve brick 3 BR. 2 BA CH A

12/10 Enforcement. Apply City of pole. 100 amp $75. Call block Geiger Road Satur LANDAU ,loaded carl 11/264khg 12/17 WE BUY AXLES S TIRES w carpeted panelled drapes, chain link fence around yard
FOUR rAMIUESi Saturday Hampton, Hampton. f64.7929..ltchg 12/10 day 11 am til 5 pm. Or call Sov.thou.ond..Cordovonwlondou FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 axles + 4 tires 13500. .215 W. WASHINGTON-Zon.d commercial Charm S com
Dec. 12. Grlffls loop turn 32044: .0-V GALV. ROOFING. Ocalo. 236-4300 days; rood; cordovan large rooms. Port of Del.I to Olin. MH. Hwy 100 fort. Appro 2,000 sq. ft. CH/A carpeted drapes. 4 extra .

by Handy Way. Follow' 64.20; r4.95; 8'-S.70; 236-4560 evening Also velour Interior tilt cruise, utilities furnished. Private W Stark. 964.3606. TFchg 'lots. Owner financed.
signs. Itpd 12/10 ATTENTIONStarke 9'-$6.4510'$7.2O:11'-$7.9-; : hove 2.4 acres of land for power window yard and entrance. Settled WANT TO BUY used LAKE SANTA Custom built w/everything you can Im

BIG YARD a BAKE SALEt Residents 512'; -58.70. All sizes pick- sale. Itchg 1210CAMPERS Aluminum wheels, mature persons only. typewriters and adding agin. SIR, 3 BA, 2200 sq.ft. 2 story, well Insul. CHI A on
Dec. 11 and 12. 9 am til,,4 ed up., Jacksonville. We $6495.00. TERWILLEGAR No children or pets. Call machines. Must be in 2 a.. '.cor garage, BO ft. on water Invest now)
pm. Three mil.. north of You can earn up to $400 manufactur Call toll MOTORS, 206 W. Madison 9645464. 12/03 tfn working condition, RD 14 E ROOM TO ROAM 8 acres t nearly new Ig

Starke on US-301 at New per week In your pare ''free.l-000.342.2702. 12/10 St.. Stark. 9647200. Itchg DUPLEX 124 N. Myrtle St. 9645764. tIn 2/12. brick home: CH/A: fulI7 Insulated; 2-car garage;

Congregational Mthodlt tlm*. For more Informationon 2tchg 1217PORTABLE 8 12/10 .. S19S per month. FEMALE to share 24x70 /t. fireplace; alarm system: Intercom w/stereo; screened
Church. All proceed go to how addi WELDER t GEN. M AXLE 172 PONTIAC VENTURA Refrigerator; stove, mobile home, Rent back porch water softener; on. lot with homo hOI well
Building Fund. Itpd 12/10 you can earn. ERATOR Mlllr model!IAEAD2OOLE. UTILITY TRAILER Ha 4 ft. Power steeling, power carpeting. Call 964-8944 or negotiable; Write P. O. septic tank, electricity S. can have a trailer.

TRINKETS-TREASURES t NO IIllncom., call with 100 ft. best Ide*. Will sell for.$1250 or brake, new tire, new 964-8126 after 6 pm. 12/03 Box 375 Stark. Fl. 32091 COUNTRY CLUB New a luxurious well designed, well
offer. Call 964-5327
TRASH I Saturday and Sun 964.6308 Ids. Call 473-2407. Itchg alternator. Excellent con tfn 12/102tchg 12/17 built home w/flreplace, huge walk-In closets
day. Dec. 12 & 13. 8 am til 12/3 Itchfl 12/10 12/10 anytime. Itchg 12/10 dition. $1995. Coll 2 BR TRAILER on Sampson TWO RESPONSIBLE LADIES 'KINCUEY LAKE Brick duplex. Rent or use as home!
??? 621 W. Pratt St., COME SEE US AT THE HOUSE FT. TRAILER 9647226. 12/102epd 12/17 Lake. Access to dock and desire housekeeping jobs. "301 S. 33 ACRES t HOME One of Bradford' finest

Stark. Look for sign. Antique OF BARGAINS in Lawtey. Sleep 6. Self contained. 172 VW BUS Look and boat house. Call 964-6408 Will accept regular weekly residences' over 3,000 sq. ft.; fine acreage, barns. split
Call 964-7184. ) 12/10
.; sink; n.w HOMES Full line of clothing:, 81 Itchg run very good. $1:00.: Call or9648416..Itpd 12/10 appointments. Monday roll fence. Well kept.
Christmas gift; n.w FOR SALE children and adult at elf 964-8447. Itchg 12/10 FURNISHED APARTMENT: 2 thru Thursday Free BROOKLYN LAKE-Coy Board Batten cottage, CMC A
clothes, old clothes, all bargain prices.'10/22 tfn Sleep 6. bedroom heating and air stlmotes Coll early AM 1121 BESSENT RD.-to. corner lot nice landscape: 3BR {
Air, patio door, rollout 177 FORD LTD. Burned
sites; what-hots. Itpd FIREWOOD FOR SALEi Next interior conditioning. Call 964.6201 or late PM 9647138. Itpd 2B CHtA, has attic fan; patio; fenced back yard; 14'x 28
12/10 KEYSTONE ARK I AREAi door to Morgan Road Baptist awning and more, Sell for part Phone after 5:00 pm. Itchg 12/10 12/10 lighted shed.'EPPERSON .
THURS. New home for al Also $7500.00. Jo-Lu Motel 468-2185 alter.6 PM. 12/10 SIX ROOMS B BATH .
DEC.10B.glnnlng Church. 12/03 tfn. Rang AUTOS TO BUY: 1962.1964 ST. Owner fin. CB.3 BR, 1'I. CH&A
at 12 noon. Mimosa Manor quality built, home,. $22 US-301 1/2 ml. south of tin and refrigerator. First Corvette Convertible in ..OAVIS ST. OFF 301 9 Ac. more or less owner fin Has |

Trailer Park,, lot No. 22. per sq. ft. built on your lot HAYi Argentina-Bahia.'Fertilized CAMP Starke.SITE Itpd SPECIAL 12/10 8.ft. Floor. Floor furnace and good to excellent condi potential for mobile home park.:

Of 230A. 4th street, or our. Adorn A Hall.. twice No rain. Only 33 ft. trailer, $800.00. Call x LAND air conditioner No pets tion. Coll 377-8888 or ..1091 COLLEY RD. Brick 3 BR. 1'B VA loan ol |

brown trailer. Itpd 12/10 473-2056 or 475-2128. 6/4 200 boles. J. M. Edwards 964-5771. Itchg 12/10 FOR SALE $195 per month, plus write 6685 NW 9th Blvd.. $26.305. '/,%.Selling price $35,000.
FRI. C SAT. Dec. 11 land 12. TFchg. 964-5379. 12/17 damage deposit. Call964.8071..1tDd Gainesville, Fl 32605. "1026 EASTWOOD DRIVE CB 3 BR I'/iB. on quiet street
10 am til 4 pm. 624 N. Lak. CUSTOM. H GMESI. now MOVING I 7 yr. old milkcow 12/10 12/10 3t c h g 12/21. -._...4 ,51. MYRTLE -_ CHBA. Auu ssum. __V._A... owner .__.'II ..wn._L_.

St.. Starke. Itpd 12/10 under construction $400;; 11 mo..' old ;' .ut" ,,, .:U.t,, ,, ", 40 HEAVILY WOODED ; back second. Attractive Interiors I
MULTIFAMILY Yard Sale: overlooking Stork Coun heifer calf, $400; a lot of lp. rj'':''pl'dg$. ACRES'With good hunting. .GIVE"AWINNING. "5 AC. NEAR HAMPTON-Fenced..,7iO gal.septic tank. 250
Saturday ,.It..amILlw3? 908+ try'CTub.'Adams and Hall 'laying hen*. $1.00 each; :3'miles NE of-courthouse. ,:. ,.. It./well..sn: .000. FlnaiMmgiavailable,
W Pratt ElyxSIwkaFur.. Builders fa-bone.473.2056. :stewing. rooster, $2.00 ';g9 f C.IiitW..M \ etpp"VsyMaciter': Owns I,LOT 7.COUNTRY'CLUBESTATES-$5,300.
nitur. ftll ::n pd or 415.2128.6/4 TFchg. each; 1965 GMC 2-ton financed: Francos Mann "3 LOTS IN FIVE OAKS-515,000.

household 12/10: Items.letci. 1 I LAWTEY AREAt 2 bedroom. truck Call 473-2736, Itchg 1Je.t ::$; Realty: Ink Realtor GIFT FROM '3.95 ACRES IN CITY-521.000.

1 both home. Approximately 12/10 :l'l q".CP:: 374-4999 or, 3780442. GENEVA LAKE ESTATES-Beautlfully wooded 1'2 acre
) .d;
DEC. 10 a lit 8 am tit 4 pm. one acre. $11,500. COLLECTORS ITEM One $, ,ll/194tchg 1210'Classified ..uzuxlSUZUKI. at.. $8.0OO each good financing.
Antique couch with eagle Call 7823208. Itchg 12/10 cent stomped post card In '1. ;fI r" PRICED TO SELL $24.200 lot on Lk. Geneva.
design; pot-b.llied heat.r; I IV OWNER City limits of perfect condition. MintedIn : Ads '40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA-HI and dry with pecan trees

n.w and used tool; handmade Stark. Over 1600 sq. ft. 3 1913.' Card never been .' ,9M';5.6,71.: .1 Get ,Results Realtor ASloclat.-Alt.r Hours.. .
clock on cypress; wrote on. Call 964-8191. Wayne E. Douglas' Broker-Salesman 964 6593
I BA horn with
wash pot; m.n., women BR. living Itpd 12/10 Fred SockeM Brok.r-Sol..mon. 468-1644
and children clothe. and room dining room- large, .."THUNDER SCOUT bicycleby Byron Terwlllegar>964-7776 Martha Dorko-7B2-33f

coots. 237 Monroe St. kitchen, large outside, Huffy for girl or boy. WARNING Ann.Terwlllegar Nel.on.75.1677BObby'S
9647800. Itpd 12/10 storage room, fenced In Like new .trainer wheel ;

GARAGE SALE Sat., Dec. bock yard. $6,000 down, available. Call 9645284. ALARM
ELECTRONIC we n m.ong ono
12. 9:00 am til 4:00 pm. assume 11X mortgage.Call Itpd 12/10 manes unnpGa.on' .J
4733270. 12/102tchg TITAN ELECTRIC HEATERt two.,,0", male m....yam
1042 Plnebr.... St.. off youngittn no... ..atiDl'" Tnt .
Cotley Road. Clothes, 12/17 1600010.000 btu with fan 1902 ftuiuhi AM 60 andun..8OBom
household item 9647927. JEW HOMES-V.A. No '$75: also have,a sewing oM"t'O RM t''tur. *'and.ly"ng I'loiH And,tot,..196.
in*RM aocomvt wilh' ltt 'incrtHliDi fun *
Itchg 12/10 money down. ISV X toe, ,machine with sewing box utpvnftion .
$125. Call 964-7909. 12/10 ,..young meieCeNn, In*BM M and RM 40*'.a
1003 SOU .;GATE DR. Friday day lakefront, county or INSTALLED BY dlnmcem., nur'Corn. _
and Saturday,(Dec. I land city lots available. Call to'day 2tchg 12/17 *m now and.,II.at you torn, ....n on on.ofIhtM
10 ACRES, nice ham, pond litll. *y..now machmt .
12. 9:O& it*,dark.Ikhg Bob Harris 964-5533. HILL SECURITY SERVICE ,
Clolh... .ti. "j' !J''. 12/10 3tpd 1224Classified barn, $49,900; pecans, 65ceryts ..rent.sent Peer"..d".ngin, Po..*rPtt.d*>nginSuiuhi .. Hide-A-Way
I 12.-.. ;i j'TWO :,. ; per Ib; Shasta 964.5849 .. '.enl a,,IoS. Pun.'0........ Irwy.301 S., Waldo

'IUEs..5oIoo& Sv-r I Ads camper, $1,150; 3 steers 2 SALES -,LEASE SERVICE LOCKMITH 6.p...dtfn Pre .ignition miM,, <.on tvadmgaLong utpnston.,.barsM1mq ,
heifer. Call 9645388. ,
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8 lot
til Corner
Op am 8 pm. '|Get Results Itchg 12/10 .....0..nNnel tese1\\S
beside Dr. Hernandez... .. ... .. ... .. ... ....m...'11CkMrlma 5I.a.gn'pull 1150. attet
Efrartld!at.-tlol: 'Str'J .\ \ tLnaT
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Beds housi.st!!. WJ1.ms. Bradford LOSTFOUNDJ fI.11I (MOBILE I ; ':HOME I e 1T1 aU c\\. r's D oY
MAduSuzuki rr Chcia '(eo
etc I tchg _2/10_ Mini l
StorageNow NQ ndoY1h4)nk5
SALE I PO $ IeaturinBn9 S
1 1.lJ..Sol.lfowboyhon. REWARD -. [ RECOVERY VOIC \\\rU \
''Uta'T""h.rs, toy ,t'Rentbg8M' For lest White Datsun Pick. "( ROOMThe :,J )" !' Mr; of StarkeU.S. do\\lY eJtcep
.1.F\1IJaUJiJ 3 ihor.... It of\
,& Up up Klitgcab Truck. Air. Recovery Room of : 4$1 ,. f\ I-
GIaa&wor..and novelties, Adklnson .. 301 South. Starke q P
Contact Warney lake local Dist, "
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.iI.*>es.,, -tap*l' players.glvys Cans*N.y IM$ Lawa4tirlM TIRWIlLEGAt MOTORS Archie Tanner Funeral -200'. ... '. '.'lAMp' 964-6020

,, ,'cloheshoes,; ; bedns.lfvve 473-2735 206 W. Madison St. Home. ',,2 $''i' : -- I Bar Iliiurs-t pm.tam Hupp)' lliiur.'ipm: T |I'RI
don't have
(l Stark. ....7200. 'Kchg 964.5757 Storks: Fl r.11 ,
.,we'II get It. Fresh green .JC'i : ;a drl'l1' ... ...... .
aily. 75 cents large Mary Kay ((4&\: n.alctQ: tr -
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bunch. LayA-Ways 1 ; Register Oil. &' Gas
44qvailable for Christmas. CosmeticsLouise ATTENTION '. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS

n ,Come see us. Bryan' This Starling 11 SoI.TrUCk Drteere0r 1 :3<))8S. Thompson Street
::1' That Shop corner 301pqd ALLEN E. TAYLOR now offers HUM additional VACUUMCLEANER .....,erlalpmaeaaaeL.NNy POLICIES
? ; 16. old GuH station 4733092Ev >floV 964.5888REASO"LE
Phone 9645180. 12/03 tfn scrvlcts: Tou AT (Gulf!

'IO" All InsuredFREE Home Soles Home Delivery e Cash & Carry
Types _.
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ESTIMATES Buy any amount 1 yard or a truck load FREE QUOTES
10.20 Off
Wf dolvor U-HAUL .
or Phon. 964 5606''
2" Thru 6"
Thomas I.
Call sisals Cal: tor Prices 782-3172 Mon. Ulna hL Yes we Take Home M. Olin Ageur Martin and Perfection HealersOPEN
: 411-3733 lib latter I1/OS tfn Fast Rotary ,h. .,, "
... Drilling Equipment
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, I H3 Moved Factory Truck: Load vacuums. Pant .. '

| Lopal or statewide' 964-6918 .. . . .,. .. .. 1 J BIG li-DAY SALE
I ] i iqoves.. Set-up & cor
New S UsedSaUsPortsService
Options done Call Furniture Sale |3 MI. N. US 301..Starke .

507 evenin 'OFTRACTORS.

wall Reg ..$439. MOIIll INSUIANCIHOMIOWNUS HOM8 E-Z. TermsPlsumblng. . "lmJ' .

Beat the Cold I '

Get . . &
your firewood early. '.'
.1 Hugger : POLICIES AT' I' ; .
Oak or Pine. $40. pickup .1'6900. REASONABLE RATES New Installotionp.modeaan9 '
load or $70 per cord.. Recliners ,.. : .RepairsPUMP IMPLEMENTS
Can .
Thoma Nettles WAINtHOHurnron TIM Lena i line ol affordable farm equlprivant Is now even more affordable durlr

Lake 406.3138'wt Butler Swivel Rockers Recliners $149.< season I I. upon ..Da..ee. . .e.e our "Vs One-Day dale:You can save uplo 25orbore over ow nonnaItJ Jowl Vna..
ut It you ore one of rh*
tlltKI" .. J: '?w; who, don hew .". 1 I CHECK THESE SPECIALS: .,- "

Save ; furonc. M and whenfiwvcan e LONOALLDIUU REG. PRICE SAVI: ISMS.
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't app'- ye. 27HP26O '7.702i '7,711 4,991
firewood ft Scrap Hld-A-Bed Sleepers $295.pp2 _Ia't'"* Dale to pvrrhoseMoe SUPPLYCOMPANY I '
;l.Horn lnswrnc, 32 HP,310 rater 71565,386 ,

.."..-1. 110.Oak truckload A Pin \ pc..Living'ROOrn suites- I' $Z7a ,,36Rocker So loli. orfvanrog*) of ,nerxcumi 40HP340PS43HP460PS '! ,U8 2.5JI 6,378

>Oak' .'. .1 :: ranees 'alld. fur . ; ,;' )-M0.195: 'J>tyt31 0 '6,861,5S.HP510PS
$40. A cord i io (rnos. yom1' Itt.ur_. now '" : '
Recllners : :1 Olln't Mobile. 864 N. 1LQ4p: 1' yTg31 7,266
:;Caf Suet,.. JKafM : 63'P{ 610, pIs/ .!.., "?,1i 'U2O 8,729
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