Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
December 17, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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merger of the zoning offices of the of former city attorney George
City of Starke and Bradford County Pierce.
will take place Jan. 1, the County At that point.Commissioner Jimmy
Commission and City Commissionhave Crosby moved to approve what he
l \ I decided. described as a "governmental agreement -
Starke Mayor-Commissioner Vernon ." Commissoner Bob !Milner
41 a '1r M i YfN Silcox and City Clerk Neil Tucker seconded for discussion then questioned -
met with the 'County Commission the Jan. 1 termination of
>tf1t 4Y r Monday, Dec. 7, when the details of Crosby position.
t,1' t + the agreement were worked out. A Silcox urged the council to make the<<
9-month contract, to run through merger official with no holdup. As
'm'1 Sept. 30, will be drawn at the rate of long as Crosby is needed he could be
$5,000 per year. paid at his present rate by the city.
The merger was approved by the Silcox said.
Starke City Commission Tueday Milner expressed doubt that the
,, Y1 1 night, Dec. 15. Both boards approvedthe Jan. 1 target could be met.
city's proposal).
"I'm sure gonna try said Mayor
The city commission's vote Tues-
Silcox. Mr. is and
day night;Dec. 15, did not include the Crosby sitting
he knows I've been to this
trying get
termination of city zoning director AI
Silcox for several years, before he (Crosby)
i Crosby. Mayor. asked for the
+ agreement to be effective Jan. 1 and came on board.
said the will
Crosby merger save
to include the termination of the city
zoning director's position, but Com the city $15,000 per >ear.. "I hope it
works well and find other
we can
missioner Jimmy Crosby's motion to
do it with. I'll be
T'p things to for anything
the agreement did not referto
approve "
else that will the
save. people money.
Crosby's post. Councilman Bob he said. .
Milner said perhaps the city should

Y retain Crosby during the transition. The agreement includes.the county
'1 1a7 a The matter was not discussed Tues- taking over
day ,night with Zoning Director
Crosby who was present. Crosby has The administrative duties of the
<* *: told the Telegraph that Mayor Silcox Starke Planning and Zoning Office.
I sj ; has discussed the situation informallywith
3&&bi& him and asked for feedback. The duties of building inspector for
/ Crosby has been assuming his posi- the city.

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l' ''''' however that was left undecided Fee collections from zoning advertisement -
There i its1 Some Christmas Starke... &* / Tuesday night. and building permits will be
4' r YesltwlfwasWtlson'S' Mayor Silcox'asked for a motion to collected by the county and remitted
Natfvhy:&en3arrive4. fow .day..iand"StudehtS! from,(he'' btr 'done the4eir<*wlrwgwtiag.theSceneh wiia! hn*. the and asked if k
The in.just, : .. approve merger; city ''!totheclty' .
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..... 8tadford-t1D1 omYo4retlter'a carpentr/Clasrlosrno tune putting It up. cr ', ftyC ', clerk Nell1'Tucker and county zoning ; I
on the west side of,the Old Courthouse, facing US-301 (Temple Ave.). director L.M. Gaines had met.. Yes.' The city will retain its'own zoning
: Starke does have some Christmas spirit, after all. If you haven't noticed "You ain't gonna believe. this, biifyotir order is in1, .came a phone call Fri- said Gaines, adding he sees no big and planning board and board of ad-
\ : the lights on the water tower are new, too. And, the Merry Christmas signs day. from Jacksonville. 'V problem. justmenU
*- have been hung on US-301 as motorists enter Starke. Borrowing an aged county)pickup truck. Bill and Muriel Wilson rushed to Biggest problem, said Gaines was Idea behind the merger is savingSee
Putting the scene together are (1-r) Danny Doyle Chamber Manager Bill pick the boxes up. He could find only 50 feet ofi rope to tie the 13 large boxes the city having the contract drawn up
Wilson Tom Bailey, local businessman Gus Kopelousos Jeff Richardson down with. One box blew off in 5 p.m.expressway traffic. Wilson braved the by Jan.l, referring to the resignation ( Zoning Merger.... ...2.\1
: ,and Russell Forsyth from the Vo-Tech carpentry class of instructor David rush-hour traffic to recover the box unharmed. Then Wilson risked life and .
:. Pfenniger. Not shown are class members Cora Martin, Shi Ann Breedlove limb to tie down the boxes more securely. :
'and Jerry Douglas Who also helped,, Down the road about 20 feet a second box flew'off. This time a man in a
;. Chipping in to btiy the 12,500 Nativity scene were the City of Starke Brad- pickup truck stopped, picked up the box and returned it to Wilson. Public Hearing Set MondayOn
ford County Commission Florida Bank at Starke, Community Bank of Unable to find more rope in Jacksonvile, the Wilsons had to drive about 20
: Starke Bradford County Fair Association,Chamber of Commerce Charley mph all the way home. Of course. Bill Wilson describes the above scene in
Johns Insurance Agency, the. L.J. Kite Lumber Company, Continental much more colorful language.
t Telephone of the South, Brown's Refrigeration.Dr. Wayne. Whiffen, and theBU Bill says he promised the Lord he'll never leave Bradford County again, IfHe'd New Hospital LegislationA
Vo-Tech Carpentry.Class. just let him get off that expressway with the 13 boxes unscarred.

When the Nativity scene was ordered from a New York firm the word was "I could feel the air from those cars whizzing by about 70 mph," Wilson legislative hearing in the matter or a special act amending) the' current
4.. it couldn't be ready by Christmas,pals the Chamber's Bill Wilson who hasJSrooker says of his experience in the rush hour traffic in Jacksonville. corporate structure of Bradford County Hospital will be held at 7 II

1 p.m. Monday Dec. 21, in the County Commission room of the' courthousein '

The Starke.hearing has been arranged by Itep. Frank Williams of I'rxsUI

I Farmer Cam Paid $10,000Jol" Lake who has been asked to Introduce a special act changing/ .. corporate -
Says Landing structure of the hospital from a public not-for-profit corporation to
a private not-for-profit corporation. If the bill is passed at the forthcoming -
legislative session the new Bradford Hospital Corporation will he'
Eldridge "WeeHayes.. Brooker sons. Richard and Michael and a strip near Brooker (initially built for with the Brooker pot landing. governed by a ll-meniber board consisting of the present fine' trustees!
area: farmer; testified TuesdayUrn fourth defendant. Charles Pearl of crop-dusting operations) was not used Another former Cam employee plus five new trustees: Dr. 11.11. Adams Dr. Carlos lI..rnand..t.nna It.
.he was paid $10.000 by Bernard Fort White oa two counts of conspiracy more than once because Cam felt it Kelvin Whisenant also of Keystone, "'eloll, Jesse J. !Moore', Jr.. John F. Mitchell Jr.. and ('. Klwin U':>;C..n.
"Barney"* cam owner and operator to brag ever 100 pounds of was being watched. told of the role he played in the two the hospital administrator. Holdover members will be AI Kay Carlisle'
>of an aircraft repair and modification manjnana mto the ,North Florida pot deals. George Shuford, Lucille Green Curtis :>;Sanders and Joseph Stephenson.Ed .
:hangar at the Keystone Airport. for are.. Cam is operating an aircraft service Peddle president Alachua (...neraillospital. now under contractto
..the use of a landing strip on Hayes" in his own hangar located on a Leverett Francis, a Keystone pilot manage BCII. said quick action on the special legislation is needed' due'
farm in early I96a The trial was mowed to Jacksonville site leased from the City of Keystone testified to seeing the same type air to the' present faxorabte bond market which may change' with the
alter ornaaBy being scheduled for Heights until the year 1993. He was craft Walters described at the possibility of higher interest rates by early spring. Sale of bonds will be'
; Hayes testimony highlighted the Green Cant-Springs. Defense arrested in late April at his home on Brooker landing strip while he was used to finance construction of an estimated Sill million hospital! for the
,first day of the trial of Cam; his two lawyers Ned a motion for change of Lake Geneva, along with his sons, at flying in that area, but could not iden- county.

venue citing pre-trial publicity in the highly' publicized culmination of tify the people or vehicles on the All wishing more detailed information on the proposed' change) ,
t Clay: County an investigation lasted over three ground. or who would like to ask any questions are invited to attend the Monday

Hayes testified that he accepted the ed years. He was formerly: the fixed bas- Testimony in the case was expectedto night meeting. ,0'
money from Cam because he (Hayes) operator at the,airport be concluded Wednesday.

was in deep financial trouble. The George Walters of Tampa. who bred
Brooker farmer acknowledged being in Keystone Heights and worked
granted immunity from prosecutionfor for Cam at the time,testified Tuesday f 1 it
his testimony.'.He said his landing that he was paid $2,000 for helping

Court ai Refuses to Relieve .

j City of Zoning.DisputeFor

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I' THURSDAY. Dee. 17 the second time, Circuit Judge Judge Chance first denied the city's
SANTA FE C.Co' Chester B. Chance has refused to motion to dismiss last Nov. 16. 1 ; r
,Late Registration dismiss a civil seit protesting the Cityof City commissioners rejected last
c -ap.m..> BHS Starke's refusal to give permissionto July;by a 3-1 vote the recommenda-
build an apartment complex on : -
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\ .I' FRIDAY. Dec. 18 Bessent Road just off SR-235 and See ,Dispute.... P.2A

". LAST DAY OF SCHOOL across from Bradford County, 1a,
': Classes resume Jan.S
t "I'm going to deny the motion,to Early Deadlines Set

,. SATURDAY.Dec.1:: strike," Judge Chance said Wednesday .:; For Christmas Issue
morning. Dec. 18, turning to attorney .
; CIVITAN BLOODMOBILE Because of Christmas falling next
: Leonard Ireland,who Is defending
: Pocket, Change Bldg.. ; the decision of the City of Starke. Friday.Dee:25.the Telegraph will be
Waldo US 3015n..m.3 Judge .Chance listened briefly, to published a day early next week.
p.m. Ireland first, then to Stokes Co.'attorney The Dec. 25 edition will be in the A
Paul Sanford, before denyingIreland' mail next Wednesday morning, Dec. Lot of Fish Fries...
?: MONDAY. Dec. 21- .second motion to appear. 23, to give shoppers one more day to A fast attack on a fire can be made now by the Theressa Carter, Jr.,'District Forester A.G. McCullers Forest In- ;
: BC HOSPITAL HEARING Sanford argued against dismissal of take advantage of the last minute Volunteer Fire Department which received this quick vestigator Oliver. Lake, and Forest Ranger Supervisorfor
:: 1 p.m. items Ireland wanted dismissed, suchas advertisements. response Monday Dec. 14, truck from the Department of Bradford and Union Counties Bill Bowen,second from
: BC Courthouse when the city issued then revokeda Early deadlines. will be noon Monday Forestry in the new parking lot at the courthouse.The right.
building permit for a 40-unit apart- Dec. 21. for both classified and 265 gal. capacity truck can go 65 to'70 mph in When it isn't fighting fires the Department of Forestry ;
,: TUESDAY.Dec.ilSTARKE ment complex and such as when the display advertising.: .answering a fire. Idea is to get to a fire quickly put it out personnel build the trucks they turn over to communities.This .
: ZONING BOARD. planning and zoning board recommended News for the Dec. 25 edition shouldbe 'while still small or the qwck response unit could start truck came completely equipped with hose nozzle
: Meeting. ,.fc_p.m.I. i .. that the'site plan be approved in the Telegraph office as early battling a larger fire with its 265 gallons until more wateris siren and a nice lime green paint job. It cost the department l
.and recommended for the zoning Monday as possible so there will be brought to the scene. $3,818 to convert the military surplus vehicle into a
:- WED. ESDAy.D C.13 change to BP, and the city council time to set the type.The Telegraph ,Forester Wayne Wall, left, and Forest Investigator fire truck. A federal grant through the Department of
.; BAKE SALE subsequently overruled .the zoning cannot promise to get articles in the 'James D Hayes demonstrate the fire nozzle to Theressa 'Forestry reduced that by $1,250 to $2,568 which the
f-6' Ekerd Drugs and planning board. Dec.25 paper that arrive in the office Fire Chief Percy Sullivan Sec.-Treas. David C. Griffis. Theresa Fire Dept. must repay over the next 50 years.
j United Pentecostal Such matters are the history of the later than 5 p.m. Mor. :: Ladies. Auxiliary.. t ., issue, Sanford argued, and, are perti needs all the early copy it can get the Also attending the turn-over ceremony Monday morningwere 'Theressa had only a 1948 GMC fire truck it got from
i. nent. ,first thing Monday morning .County. Commissioners Lawrence Mosley and Maxie Civil Defense. The firemen added a 1,000 tank to it.J .



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ZA TELEGRAPH December 17.1M1

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. City, County to Combine.Zoning Offices... \\II } Opportunity of a lifetimeDirk

lrrom Page tt\f .
the think we all agree. I'm for it," 'falser fee.Indications. :' Schmidt Ploys with Lionel Hampton! Band
county County Commissioner E.W. are a new arrangement :C'4 c't "c'' ,(
will be worked out.Dispute..crrom. 1 Sometimes being in the right place Schmidt the son of Mr. and Mrs
and knowing the right people pays. off John Schmidt of Starke and a studentat
City Mosley Florida Southern, not only played
,Just ask Dirk
that it the $5,000 ad-
the Lakeland engagement was
and fee is enough. Both city r When Lionel Hampton a big-time the two
also asked to play remaining
thly. county officials said the amount page I) + Jazz band leader, came to Lakelandfor Florida dates with the Lionel Hampton
will be renegotiated, that this is a an engagement in November, Band in St. Petersburg; and
tion of the planning and zoning boardto !. James F. Slutz interviewed him. i''"
worked new duties will take up one- approve the site plan. j ,i Slutz is the director of bands,at Sarasota.In case you are not Impressed you
dicated of the time of his office County M1c + Florida Southern. When Hampton Is
complaint was Aug. 3 with 'must not know Hampton perhapsone
"I asked him what he was
Director L.M. Gaines figures. by the owners of the proposed ; paper of America's .alt-time great
Slutz told him who he was. Hampton '
the fee is not
opinion $3.000
development Southern Villas of vibraphonists.
adding but Gaines said he will work ; ({\ ,said he wished he had known earlier"his
would Starke, Ltd.. a subsidiary of Stokes & r second trombonist had been called You may think this affected'Dirk.
whatever arrangement the coun- Co. of Jacksonville, the developers, I Iwi but he returned to earth and Joinedthe
he home
as works out.Officials: in and owners of the property, L. Powell for an emergency. Florida Southern Band Concert
"The Gaines to keep track of the Jr., R. Emmett Gahagan. i"j : Slutz got on the phoneSchmidt wife tour Just as if the opportunity of a '
money, so the fee can be increased if Marta Powell McClane, I i:telling her to find get lifetime never happened.well,
him into a tuxedo,and have him at the t '
Williams C. Powell. almost.t
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... ,,5:00 rehearsal. .
people city also proposed the county Half of the property involved is
ed for over maintenance of the city already zoned BP and; according to
and but that was delayed until ar Stokes&Company officers,the apartments Dirk Schmidt
pressed can be worked out the could be constructed on that I
the Civil Defense Director Jerry section already zoned BP. But, that ROI'.SYSTEMHANOWA Ij
"One the radio repairman. would crowd the proposed complex, -i CO j
limits also has been handling the which would be nicer if located on the BMS NewsArtist SH
county radio maintenance under a re entire 10.73-acre site.

of the week (Dec. 7) Matt
Hutcheson did a design in marker and


I Tuesday night, Dec. 8 was the'BMS

Tornado Talk Ar *"*?*&* carver PTO Following meeting a short in the business lunchroom." meetingthe

Induction of Junior Beta Club
members was held for sixty young

Thought for the week: There will be a" Science Club The Faculty Council has approved people. Sponsors for that club are:
"Christmas is for Giving..." meeting on Thursday, Dec. 17, at 8:00 three pep rallies for December. The Karen Black, Linda Bennett.' Each
"And FORGIVING! !I" am in room 1801. It is asked that first pep rally was held Thursday, new member was recognized and F QR DELICATE OR
everyone try to be on time, as there is Dec. 3, given'for the wrestlers: On presented with a Beta Club Pin and
a lot to discuss at the meeting.All Thursday Dec. 10, the pep rally was certificate by Mr. McKinney and Mr. SMALL LIGHTLY SOILED LOADS
The real excitement at school this given for the boys basketball team. McRae (Assistant Principal))). After IT OFFERS A SHORTER WASH PERIOD & USES
week is the idea that there will be no students interested in going to The final pep rally is set for Thurs., the Beta Club program the BMS ,
more school until next year!!II! Germany on BHS's Foreing Exchange Dec.17,given for the girls basketball.The Chorus, under the direction of Don UP TO 24% LESS WATER THAN ITS OWN LOW-LEVEL. SETTING!
Program in July of 1982, purpose for the pep rallies is to Hardy performed beautifully. A -
Everyone at the high school seemsto should contact Mrs. J. Miller or Mrs. show school support for them. reception was held following the PTO
be in the spirit of things. Jolly Mr. O'Brian for an application form as "Tornadoes" come in many different program in the gym and was tremen;
Thomas has only arrested forty elvesto soon as possible. These forms shouldbe varieties. Go get'em Tornadoes! dously enjoyed by all. The entire i ,
help out with chores. Mrs. Reddinghas returned before the Christmas. evening was a huge success and many v/IA c. Y tai
kept the phone calls at a holidays break. Speaking of the Lady Tornadoes, thanks go to all who prepared for and ./tlr Ilnlr \
minimum for absentees the past history was made on Thurs.Dec 10, at performed for the meeting.All .
weeks,averaging only sixty per hour. The Bradford County CETA officeis BHSIII!!! The 'varsity cheerleaderswere 8th grade students took home
All the teachers are in the giving now taking applications for after cheering for a team that won!III I! their State Assessment Test Friday LTASMIUION
mood, they keep giving 'and giving school Jobs. You must be between the It was the first time this school year Dec. 11. Any who have ,tv, ?
and giving more homework. We as ages of 15 and 21, economically disad- that the varsity cheerleaders cheered questions or would like parents to discuss the
the recipient students wish to expressour vantaged and a Bradford County resi- for a winning team!I Leave it to the results, please contact their student's t+
sincere gratitude for all this up- dent. Applications are being taken at ladies to pull through. The Arts
teacher or'Math
lifting spirit. Merry Christmas and the Florida State Employment Ser- cheerleaders have decided not to give Lange DaU1t2
may everything be back to normal vice, in the Old Courthouse on U.S. up on the guys yet though..we ] rnN7
next year. 301. couldn't live without them!!II! LB Christmas, Cantata ,features

Congratulations to Michell! Stilwellfor Did you know that we have a Jazz Campus Capers... The First Baptist Church of Lake ...HANDWASH"aucr.r.a
having been selected as the Butler will present the Christmas GENTLE
Band at BHS They performed at the ,
Michelle Griffis. I
to Bradford Happy birthday Cantata "Carol of Christmas" this
sophomore represent
Luncheon on Wed Dec.16. ,
High School in the HUGH O'BRIAN The Rotary'talented students are: would sing it to you, but I don't know Sunday evening,Dec.20, beginning at "TNT one.!, AGITATOR
how to compose singing news articles 7:30 sD
Lex Green,George LeVasser Timmy
yet I IOur
whole school is behind and
you, Alldredge, Kevin Scheetz Arthur
we are wishing you luck. Johnson, D. J. Riddick, Jimmy Bell Large capacity Handwash*control system washer Financing
Lady Tornado super-star THE IRADFORD with, 2 agitators for gentle or rugged loads D 4 Wash/ Available
Bryan Clark, Beth Francis; Alan basketball player has an average of COUNTY TEIICRAPHPubllthod Spin Speed combinations d 3 Wash/Rinse, tempera-
Holtzendorf.and. Wynette Joiner. 22.3 per game, so far this season. Thurtday tures Q Uses up to 24% less water per fill, than Its
CLUBS: avary own low level with to fREE Wlnn Dixie Gift
setting' Q; Matching dryer up
The Student Council will be collec- Believe it or not but the Junior Hope Jackson we are proud of youlll!1 at 130 W.Call St.t 70 minute timed, cycle Q Automatic Sensi-DryTM dryCertificate
ting money from the cheese and class has already Keep hitting them with' your. best S*......Florida:320*I ess control Cycl B:I Press Guard control system during Month
preparationfor shots! l Ii3 End-ot-cycle-s inal. 0' ft..>*.inber with .
sausage sale before school in the Student the 1982 Jr.-ST. Prom. There will
Council Office. Checks should be be a Prom Committee Meeting on Second Clot poat...paid' SAVE MONEY TOO! a hot VWOi ........... r.'v' .
It is with
made to Bradford deepest regrets that Stark.Florida\ ..
payable High
Thurs, Dec. 17, at 2:30 in room 1606.Don't .
School. The student council office is be late, you early birds 111On I BHS has to say "Good-Bye" to a guy ..,,, 't...,.. \ ''1"&v,I'
located at the far end of the English that has made such a long lasting impression Subscription Raton o.ituj.iij.J ,t1/)1f
Social Studies building facing the Friday the, Student- Council' haS"planned on everyone he know**GdTy In frod..r..r St.00 par,.., .
Catholic Church. It is very importantthat 'the Cheese and Sausage Martin has decided to enroll in Macon IS5.00ahcmantha! II|, .ntadrr ,.,.g ,." "p.'t'1",1',1", ,.r,, ,,nh'lm'1qnvrrA ,
Georgia College for the next semesteron
you turn in your money as soon meeting in the auditorium for those
as possible, because the student coun- students that soIl!"3 or more items. an early entry program.' He will Me Out ald.trada....1$10.00 p.yaar Winkler ;Metric' Inc. ?
back to graduate with the 82 seniors,
cil will be forced to pay for the remaining There is to be a film as well as the $$5.50! month ,
balance out of the profits drawings for various gifts donated by though. We and will miss you Gary, but 234 9 r...,1. a... 034-7338. Yfc
our thoughts with
that are designed to go to the classes local merchants. The drawing for the prayers go you.. .
Take brother.
care baby
clubs and the various oganiizations car is scheduled as the BIG event of
you decided. the meeting. '" '

Your Student Council has been
registering students to vote for future
elections. Last week you were askedto ,Senior SuperlativesThe YTJLETIDEIFrom

register by signing your name to seniors voted on their choices
be eligible to vote in up-coming elec- .for Superlatives representing the 1982
tions. This is the first time in many
years Bradford High Students have graduating class. Congratulations tothe' Y dtdaril g I
had a chance to ratify their school following students who were 1 t n ,':nd'f
selected. This class had 16 categoriesto :d Id1lf
Constitution. Our student council has
been very active throughout this year fill with just the'right- people. in N ".rtl : rTeulidd%

doing fantastic things to improve our
school. Your support for them is Best All Around: Randy. Parado it Your Hometown Bank "r \v' ti e t.1:. f ybyofbaT fla+tsti'
essential in that everything they are Terrie Mathews ,'r r rl. Iir fri sue r mnrt Aew notgntvo ;
striving to accomplish is to benefit us, Best Dressed: Tommy. Powell& Ron- I: '(fir.-i ',. u unslztuo.I ,no11u'a'
the students of BHS. da Stem' ,: .,, ,,1+ w; slatG, a .[ bus gmeH:
Most Dependable: Drew Andrews & ,. ,, ? 3 a0 x a Jim sd Te1a1'IJ
Bradford FFA chapters have been Connie Davis f iraj'QorvO+omiTtant:
busy participating in district contests Bashful: William Shannon & Renee g rS:+ rarRwi fgnivgb, ,TIAK
recently. We wish them the best in Shipman ,r iTn! t Wtfeftft 9TD
ever 'thing. This is Most School Spirit: Chuck Williams&
> a very importantpart .
of our school, in that the students Angia HiggenbothamMost CommunitState t
Flirtateous: Clayton Norman &
who are involved compose the largest
student club-organization at BHS. Go Beatrixs Cummings _

FFA Norman Friendliest: Barry_ Reddish. & Lisa iBank TI, i4 Meta ,aTM,

Students who have not received Most Talented: Rennie Lennon & :x k 1a'v ,..9d9ft:
their school pictures for this year Lois Moore Member FDIC 'w ;a gnibTCth
need to go by and see Mrs. Bain in Most Individual: Gina Lane & Scott .
room 1811 as soon as possible. Allen Bradford Square Shopping Centar"'i/ 91:3il':
Most Intellectual: Martin Hunter & I 1 r >K:
Karen Thorp i- iu <<
TNT Most Boy-Girl Crazy: Daryl Thorn-
The next publication of the school ton & Joy St. John 1U
newspaper will be delayed until after >\I '
CutestMark Crews & Janet Jordan "
the Christmas holidays. The staff Most Athletic: Brian Thomas& Hope Serving the needs of our V/'v* lLww 6
decided to the
postpone publicationdate
in order to give the students Class Jackson Clown: Donald Cissy& Norma community is the only way a n* a-i *si 3:
/- :
more time to contact the staff on their Canova '
Interests locally owned bank can. ; *
Most Talkative
: Donald Brooker & if .:
If anyone has ideas on stories they Robin Tatum :

would be interested in, or would like Most Likely To Succeed: Vickie
to have an editorial printed, please Carver* Richard '

contact The of the school newspaper newspaper staff is > Trainori For Your Convenience We Offer Our Holiday Business Hours 2I

designed to reflect student ideas, The BHS Chorus performed a con- .
views and interests, so your voice cert Sat.. Dec. 12, in the auditorium.The T
should be heard. The newspaper Chorus also performed at the ....
sponsor is Mrs.Bain, in room 1811, Baptist Church on Sun.,Dec:13. Both ,
and the staff is Randy Starling, Lee concerts were a"success" according IMPORTANT NOTICE ;
Orton, Lisa Rowe, Jackie Holt Con- to Bobby Eppa, a member of' the \ -
nie Davis, and Vickie Carver. :horu .-' '' '"
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Dr. Leonard Schlofman ,

Optometristwould Wednesday, December 23 Drive-In: 7a.m-6p.m., i

Lobby: 9 a.m.- 4p '
2-pm.and' '
Q.m.-6 p.m.

like to announce the assumption of Thursday, December 24, ; Drive-In: a.m.-2,p.m. q

Lobby: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. '

Dr. James K. Hester's Office Friday, December 25


and now full time practice, located in. NEW YEAR HOLIDAY HOURS

Pantry Pride Shopping Center.
Friday 1
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&;, .,: : jPierce, ,Thanks' ,',, '',/ ),..."tl.*. ,.. .".. (.i1 Ik" ; ., .":#.-," : ;;':'1.i I'I( ..' ,.l,, ;;,.." I. ,LCI Gives Van to Lawtey?

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::Mr! :And Is Thanked I .:' :'(, V;' VR : .... But Kids Have PriorityA


4 new 15-passenger van has been is 26-23 feet of space north of the existing -
lAs tie: Down given to the kids of Lawtey by the building to the city's property
Steps Lawtey Correctional Institution, but line.
the town can use it for other purposes
when the ball players don't need it. Accepted the high bid of $231.70
Under the circumstances the city'commissioners had no choice but to Supt. James Wainwright of Lawtey from Ben McCully for the old city pick
accept; the resignation of tong-time'city attorney George; Pierce who has Correctional Institution gave the keysto up truck. Five bRis were received.
.;;,Decently been appointed Bradford County.judge. Mayor Marvin Rosier at the Dec:7
'".. The resignation was accepted with regrets; seconded with regrets. The city council meeting, the only stipula- Established a new policy of cuttingoff
city commissioners expressed their appreciation for the "many services tion being that it be available delinquent water customers 10
,..;rendered and wish George H. Pierce the very best as he begins a new whenever the young athletes need to days after the second bill is mailed.
chapter'in his life as a member of the Judiciary." A resolution will be be hauled to out of town games, The $20 deposit does not cover three
drafted and framed, and. presented to Pierce as a momento to his serviceto .An Emotional Farewell... "As all of us know Lawtey is big in months bills, said Clerk Lucille
the city;, .. V recreation for the kids... bigger than :>huford.
It with mixed both'sides
"I'm glad the Governor made the decision he did," Mayor' Vernon was emotions on that newly appointed County
Judge George Pierce tendered his resignation anybody in the county, except maybe until the Jan. 4
Silcox told Pierce. ...-' Tuesday night Dec. 15, as Tabled meeting a
'* Starke city attorney after serving the city for 22 Starke/ said Wainwright.The decision on whether to support the
it Pierce answered.
"Thank you. I'm glad he finally made van is used and has a lot of I
Veteran councilman Charles Schaefer. left, was on the opposite end of the Florida League of Cities' drive for aIR
letter the
to mixed emotions Pierce read the following to
Admitting miles on it, but LWCI put it in good '
podium from Pierce and walked all the
council way around to thank the new county state sales tax increase. Mayor
: judge for his services to the city. At Schaefer's suggestion the council will shape and painted it a light tan. Marvin Rosier said a sales tax is the

Honorable City:Commissioners present Pierce with a framed resolution attesting to his service to the city. Mayor Rosier for expressed the van. the town'sappreciation fairest tax there is
City'of Starke' n .Agreed to pay city employees a $20

Starke! Florida 32091 ....,.,.t..";.;:;;; In other action, the Lawtey council: Christmas bonus.

Gentlemen: >. ; ,'>,', Hampton Has New Attorney Hired Frank Montz to repair the Started a Christmas basket for

roof on the water department building needy families at city hall. Fire Chief
It\$ with mixed emotions that I must tender my resignation ,. for$500. Montz said he will guaranteethe and Mrs. Bill Crouse. Councilman
as City Attorney a position I have been'honored to hold by Mike CooneyBCT Although Johns had all the roof for five years. and his labor Emmett Bright, and Mayor Marvin
at the wishes of the Commissioners
many over these approximately Staff Writer qualifications he was not for 10 years. Rosier each donated $25, and Coun-
22 years beginning in January of I960. willing to necessarY1 job with the cilman
"It seems like a real nice town/' Shorty Priest $10. Clerk
Myrecent says Mary Marshall new city attorney Florida State Prison and move to Agreed, at the suggestion of Coun- Shuford said a basket will be in city
the Bradford
appointment as County Judge of for Hampton.The Hampton. The Council had stated cilman Buster Bennett, to build 20 by hall for anyone who wishes to drop oft'anned
County requires this resignation. ,effective as of December 7, that the must consider the
City Council met Tuesday applicant 24 foot addition onto the storage : goods.
1981.The night, Dec.6, and accepted the application ,job his full employment and move to for more'storage. The addition will
Hampton within 90 days of the of maintenanceman Was told Police .
of Mrs. Marshall, a pratic- accep get equipment by Chief M.M. Jon
I have in this reflect
many years spent capacity plea-
tance. Lit Phillips out of the water dan that all three policemen are
ing attorney in Gainesville.: Marshall cer
sant memories with wonderful and Commis-
many exciting began work only seconds after council Smith's application stated he had department shed. Bennett said there tified radar operators.
sioners. I have seen the City Administrative Staff grow from
been in
employed as a policeman .
approval on matters that had been
two persons up to and. including. many. people in many. depart-. put off for more than six months. Bunnell several years ago. Smith -
ments. Marshall is a graduate of the does not have all the certifications OPEN HOUSE
Florida necessary to fill the position in Hampton
University of law school and
I remember the City Court and the 'Jail which '
System City
but stated he would take
has been practicing for two
nearly BIG 1-DAY SALE
was finally changed to CharterAmendment. and. transferredto years in Gainesville.The whatever courses are required. The M.
our County Court System. Council decided Marshall's Council felt that since Smith was willing

Some of the most memorable Commissioners I have had duties meeting will and be advise to attend members all council on the job to as move his to full Hampton employment and use, they the -- OF <
the'pleasure of serving with are Mrs. Ruby Johns, J.D. legality of certain matters that would would look into waiving the re-
Randall Bill'Jackson Ewell '
Doyle Chitty Lawson,One Wiggins before quirements for certification for
come Any work she felt
Carl Hurst, P.T. Nolan Billy Noegel Neil Tucker our
employment. Council did it expects -
could not be dealt with
at the
present clerk, Gerald Williams,Jimmy McRae, and the pre- Smith to become certified
will be taken
meetings care at her
sent Commissioners are not to be forgotten either and our office in Gainesville. within the six months probation

Clerk Merrill Edwards* who recently. passed* away.. Council members decided Mar period that is set. IMPLEMENTSThe

I love the City of Starke and have always tried to serve it shall's fee will based on $50 per city Councilman te take Ted Curtis for asked the Lone line of affordable. term equipment Is now wan moreaftordaota'during'
with dignity and gratitude. I can be in any. way. of meeting with' extra work being, Hampton cemetery.responsibility Curtis cleaning pointedout our"Big On-Oay Sal.*.You can save up 10 25.%of more over our normally lowl price*.
negotiated This
was ac-
assistance in the future. please ask me. ceptable to both Marshall and the en- the area had to be mowed by the .CHECK THESE SPECIALS:
funeral home who took of the last
tire care
will and every one of you and wish each much. funeral.
success in the future as our City continues grow. Smith Fred both Johns of Keystone and Edmund Heights Wayne, ap- "We have a moral obligation to 27 HP 260 '7,7022.711 '4,991

.. plied to be policemen in Hampton, a keep the grounds clean and it' 32 HP 310 '8,242 'Z.ISf '5,3864OHP36OPS
Respectfully Submitted' position that is open since the resignation eyesore on that end of town" said '9,148 'M70 '6,578
George H. Pierce
Mayor Hank Lott. Council agreed the
of Marshal Fred Phillips. '
city will be responsible for 45 HP460 PIS 10,195 UM 6,861
maintenance of the cemetery.A 53HP51OPS11,049 '3.113 '7,266

I Brooker represenative of Florida Power 68 HP 610 PIS 2.749 '.OM '8,729
City Council Qualifying EndsDeceinber22Community and Light recently told the city that a
Plus More BIO !
new contract will have to be signed MUrDA" Dec. 23, 81 Many Savings

Qualifying continues until Dec. 22 the upcoming election against the in- report with the Department of Environmental -, between the city and the company.
for election to City Council,with seats cumbents.Jtarits Regulations (DER). Next council meeting will be held BaverSt. SUPERIOR TRACTOR' CO. 781-9011
from group.-,. and group II up for elec- regularnieetjng: held Dec. 8, ?. 'Letters to volunteer firemen whe Tuesday, Jane 12; at.7,p.m.. W.

uon. tl.Jj C& CAny ::tithe" 2 ffi: drills i.!*have not have been-been attending sent'by meeting the vouncifc and ; : j I M-J.. T& V VV It. ,." '" ,..,.,. !t ".*Ie. ... '. !,. ___ .iI" N
-- .
personS desiring to fill either of1 __ Stare"" ha KM i\l 'rut Magy firl,. 1 Masking those membet**d either stat* ,. -. ." '00 '_. ._ .' --
those posts, now filled by councilmenJoe of ,' to handle the required a reason for non-attendance or turn fit
Tolleson and Gene Melvin should maintenance-analysis of the town their equipment.A .' .
apply at the Brooker City. Had during water works. Magyari's bid matchesthe motion to spend up to $800 for a
regular working.hours., cost of the current contractor and new, fireproof filing cabinet was Hey Kids. '
was the only one received. It charges unanimously approved.The .
No city official has had opposition $25 per trip to Brooker;$25 for sen-
'-In two years. Clerk Linda Robinson ding the monthly samples to JacksonVille -, council also changed its
:maid she doubts if anybody. will run in and $10 to file the monthly meeting time to 7 p.m.

25: V '"*,-.>. *," ',' Don't Forget To Tell Santa

II': 1I1f":: '--F News ""t""' u-.t""' ........t""' M

What You Really
by Elizabeth Walker candlelight Christmas pageant. The Mt.Morlah United Methodist Church:
' 7 Phone 964-6683 public is invited. Sunday School 9:30: a.m.. Morning
New Bethel Baptist Church: Worship a.m., The Christmas program
Obituary! < Each Wed. 7 .m. Prayer Meeting. will be presented. Dec.24,8 p.m. Want For Christmas '
: Mr. Clarence Covington died Satur- .Sund'ay is invited.
School 10 ..m:. The. Everyone
day at Bradford County Hospital. Mr. Greater Allen
Christmas Sunday 7 A.M.E. Church:
Covington born 30,,1904 in .. program p.m. v
the District No.3 Deacon.A1tJert Camp- The Christmas program and partywill
: .Fulton, Louisiana to .late Mr. be presented Sunday, Dec. 20, 6p.m.
bellis is asking all members to meet .
Hamp and Lola Mae Covington, *t' for a Christmas party Friday, Dec. Call And Tell Him Now At L
; Later he met and was united In"Holy. 18. All Districts arvjnvited. Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.: ; ,
matrimony to Maltie Green: ; Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.will observe
: Mr. ,Covington was- member of ./i District No/2 Deaca 'lulus Royal is Eastern Star Day Dec. '20 at New

; .'Great r..Betnlehem Freewill-Baptist 4>, asking all members td,be present at Bethel Baptist Church 3 p.m. .
: ,Ch rb was.a ftrustee for. '!the last,laeeting'fortha year Mon- Reverend Levy Lennon will deliverthe 9645163Thanks
lredt: day;Dec;:21,f : the annex of the message. The,Masonic family is
j 'Flo st roW """'' 'ChorcJl':: jJ/" 1 1! invited. j'
: i,:, (wf 'IIf:
He laaxe&lOfhMHrn& devoted wife'' r\ A V: *:I '
Mrs. Maltie'Covington; a son, Mr. Vi ',
Sylvester Covington of. Daytona _
: Beach,SttKi&ughter. Mrs. Jeannie 1

Harding. of Gainesville; one brother.
Mr. Rich. Jj-Coyiaifton of
Gainesville; m fdaugh; one ) To Fortune
son-in-law; six grandchildren and aii V.
host of sorrowing' relatives and. Federal And '

:."_] friends.Funeral services will be Saturday, LONG( ( 'HAMrP HGMES I ING ContinentalTelephone ( _

4' Dec. 19 at 1 ,p.m. at Greater _
i Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church. 4r

:.1 a: Concerned Citizens of Bradford County .. ', y STAPKE FLo IDA _
-:3 Inc.: ''' '
: The will be Monte r 'I I company _
3: ; monthly meeting .8 OF GUSTOS HOMES
day. Dec. 28, 7:30: p.m. in the R.J.E. ILDEeS... :
cafeteria. All members and citizens
JS are invited to attend. Fop'! 30 YEARS;;? IN ALAGHUADUVAL I
Church Activities
:g Pleasant ,Grove United- .;Methodist'\ UNION CLAY BAKER? I They, Have A
'13 Cbwcaffx I"

: Prayer Meeting each Wed.,7 p.m., AID BPA.DFOPD ( CUNTIE'SBEFORE' Direct Line i r
3a Thurs: Bible Study 7:30 p.m., Sunday .
\\9:: School 10 a.m.. Love/east 2 p.m. and. You PAY Too MUGH ISo '
Jjs Baptism service To The North Pole -

:::: Church of God in Christ CHECK V\ZITH\ Us
.E Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Band Friday
3 8 p.m: Business meeting' ; Sunday WE BUILD ON Your\ LOT Op 'OUPS go:, ahead.
\3.:; School 9:30.: a.m., 11:30 a.m:: a ,

'x 2;=3; by Christmas the pastor.message S p.m.will a be Christmas delivered ,FPEE; ESTIMATES and''Call 1 Him

:; play will be presented.. 7 p.m. a film ir'iatfe45163 .
;*; on Jesus will be shown. FINANCING AVAILABLE' ;
( '
g Greater Bethlehem 'Freewlll Baptist'
Churckr2S ,
TheDn8tmb program will be ( V k jM1' .
presented ,Sunday 5 p.m.,, a iI" : ':
"ip ..' ,,"'. V ,
1 Class .J .
72 :' ) ,
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;= Beginning Plans 2 BEDROOM 1 1.r2: BATH .. ;;, I ---"

fj For 10-Yr. Reunion' ". ____
I !
: The Class of 1972 of Bradford High : .. : 1.5.I.
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::g School Is'beginning;; plansor*its,,10 :STARTING 'fAT'440o.:00: '. .". ..wuM

.JS year reunion. : . hIto _
> .- .
1= All those interested in helping andS FeDeRAL
taking 'part are urged -to contact INTEPEST FoP HOMES:IFYOU"QUA.LIFY:
3s either of the following: Lee Sparks,
:-5 phone 9844330,'or'Lee Hardenbrook,
.E phone 9644280 Ext. 215 or 9846775."X 9 G4- 685. 395 W. Madison i \ : I

.., Hardenbrooi says class members .. ,. '964-500O 1 -: tK:1
*bp&to start meeting right after the' V r. ,--
New Year and asks that classmates.
call or see he or Sparks. .

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How Was Christmas Observed' iY enression i Years' of 1930; ? ? .

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-. iw:. ?<.i.:$ : The Community Christmas Tree

What was Christmas like in the Hints of bad times were sprinkled .. ,. .... M ,/,\.,,," was back in business, this sponsored
depression days of the 1930's through Telegraph issues of 1931, but '" :' ifl '.' the Music Committee of theWoman's

by August 1932 headlines were pain- Club. Police Chief Lonzi
Well, you could buy almost ting a dismal picture: Alvarez announced that stores wouldremaill'
anything for a dime-IF you had a closed allday Monday.
dime. ( (Christmas Day).
"Teachers get salaries cut at board

Sternberg's Store advertised dolls meeting..Congressman Lex Green The Telegraph reported: "All
from ten cents to 395. Tip'Top seeks loan funds for farmers...public 1? f wishes for a Merry Christmas seemed
Grocery offered coffee for 22* a schools now facing serious plight." \ to be more nearly fulfilled this year

pound 'And a letter to the editor complained than In the past' few seasons, 'and
bitterly because drivers in High school teachers had been mak- almost everyone seemed to have a
Bradford County were paying 25* a ing $115 per month, and were cut to ri 4 few dollars'to spend on food and
gallon for gas when the same oil companies $90. Grammar school instructors saw clothing for himself and presents for
were selling it for 18* in Union their meagre$80 salaries cut to $75. H others. The distribution of approximately

and Columbia Counties. $30,000 in this county to CivilWorks'
Not much left for Santa Claus out of
Santa Should Have -N employees during pastthree
The stock market crash had come that pay scale. ?. ,, weeks had a favorable effect on
in 1929 and by 1930 Bradford County
holiday business activities and merchants I
and the rest of the nation were starting Things were so tough that Bradford ;" '
Stayed in Bed <'f could once more complain of
effects of what would County Commissioners ordered Tax
to feel the that 'tired feeling' at the end of theday's
prove to be the greatest depression in Assessor E. W. Hayes to place value work."
U.S. history. Things were going from of SOX' on all outstanding state tax .

bad to worse under Hoover s administration ale certificate lands in the county as Sliced breakfast bacon was still .1
but new hope was kindled shown by the 1931 tax roll. The action I
for but the nation
with the election of Franklin D. was taken at a called meeting in an effort -- selling 20t a
was back on the road to recovery,and I
Roosevelt. to have the certificates, then
Ina pre-Christmas editorial that to' Red Cross Headquarters Bradford County could once more
outstanding on one fourth or more of carry bow results. There was a new spiritof
Bradford County joined the lands in Bradford County, redeemedor year The Telegraph Badly com- along with any food and clothing that hone in the land. look forward to a Happy New Yearl!
Democratic! Iandsllde'that swept the purchased. But the State Comptroller mented: "Due to lack of funds the can be spared. I Iy
issue The
In its December 1933
American Legion has called off the
nation in the elections of 1932. Brad- would have none of that, sayIng It was Bradford County's dreariest Telegraph reported that Christmas
Community Christmas tree that .
ford voters favored FDR six to one in such action would invalidate thecounty's
Christmas. Civil
business better CWA (
was as
helped gladden the hearts of 600
his first bid for President. assessment.
children in'the county last year, but Works Agency) workers received County Agents
there are still wavs In which von can By 1933 the public works and other their first payroll' of $9,500 and
do your-bit.--Look In the'closet;get out work relief programs of President workers' on the new Road 13 (now U.S.

an old toy or two, patch them up and Roosevelt's program had begun to 901) cut-off were paid another$600.TbecausB NotebookBy


Former Gridder
Says Thank You Ethan NBC-TV
Sapp Program
--CI "I To Coach Hurse Bobby Qt

Dear Editor: I Rescheduled for Friday Taylor I

For fifteen years I have allowed

Thanksgiving to come and go withouta According to Information received
Information formal statement of appreciation Monday from the

for a debt that I can never repay. I Atlanta office of NBC. the feature on Ethan Sapp and the a plant with a "Jeckyll

will not let another very special granddaughter of a slave owned by Sapp's grandfather In Hyde" character finds favor during

Available at HearingOf season pass as many times without Civil War days, has been postponed from Wednesday to the holidays. MISTLETOE, which
publicly acknowledging my appreciation symbolizes'yuletide friendship, is a
to Coach David Hurse.. Friday 18, on the Today Show.A destructive pest of hardwood trees.

interest and concern to the people of Bradford County who education Not in the.or eleven eighteen years years in the of profession my the camera crew from NBC filmed scenes for the story at This parasite plant, living is very primarily close off to' a a host true

want the best in hospital care and accommodations is a public of education have I ever had a Sapp farm near New River and also at Pahokee where tree's bark and sap. So, how did the

legislative hearing on a proposed special act to change the cor- better lesson ,on commitment or the slave's granddaughter now resides. The program is Holiday tradition of using misletoe
observed better model than that afforded scheduled to be shown started?'
porate structure of Bradford County Hospital from a public not- me a by David Hurse. Thank Show. between 7:30 and 8 a.m. on the Today get

for-profit corporation to a private (or community) not-for-profit you for the countless hours you spent Mistletoe is almost as much a partof
corporation. breaking down films, gathering the holiday season as holly wreaths
tendencies, and preparing game and Christmas trees. But,interest in
The hearing is being held at the instigation of State Represen- plans and motivational ideas, thus mistletoe began long before the birth
tative Frank Williams, who has invited the two state senators allowing us to fulfill our potential and Letters to The EditoraysiHampton of Christianity. Because of its unusual
achieve our vnaln.: Thank vou more. growth habit, mistletoe has been
this district Sen. -
representing of
George Kirkpatrick
however, for working as herd f as you credited with strange and mystic
Gainesville, and Sen/Pete Skinner of Lake City, to attend. The demanded us to work.: :r," ;;i j jThank' ." SpUrned Applicant t"";"<;,; ; or ""work: "'record a4d '}'powers'down: through the ages. Many

legislators would like'gome indication of' the-'public's'feeling you for an imd taWlilg'oI -:-.rj l'It''! j\.H, oQl dipJoqa..u 'jaWetefttpeopleV' \the-Druids'1 to

toward, such a change before the legislation is introduced., what an uncompromising"effort1'.isj: : %" ".. 'ft!TfitfophMfKt: / ( ejcmhun&whether .tpht'IAbyerictt1hdints: ;. :.usecT'.this
Cha-t-geiHricbrreci" said recora-'vas
but thank for poor or whether said plant.In .
you more preserving
The change in corporate structure is a necessary step toward mr pride and self image. When we On November 12, 81 an article appeared person did (or did not) have a
the goal of a larger more modern health care facility envisionedby lost you inappropriately but professionally in the Bradford County diploma: The Telegraph reported times past, pregnant women
the Board and empathetically what the commissioner said ON THE made a Mistletoe Tea, which they
Hospital of Trustees when they entered into a acceptedthe Telegraph written by -Mr. Mike
RECORD to drank before childbirth. It has even
blame. When we won creditedus as why this particular
you Cooney which is somewhat in
contract with Alachua error.
management General of
Hospital with the victory. When you were Under a lead article headed application was rejected. The fact re- been suggested that mistletoe mightbe
Gainesville last April, with the provision that AGH would provide publicly criticized, then as now, you "Hampton is Minus Town Marshal"the mains that Myrick's application was used in treating Hypertension.But .

assistance in reorganizing Bradford County Hospital's cor- remained quiet, accepted the blame, subsequent article entitled rejected for the reasons' stated by. the most familiar practice
porate structure, in addition to'providing "assistance in filing and preserved our dignity at your ex-' "Spurned Applicant is Suing Commis-- Commissioner Evans. associated with this unusual plant -

for a Certificate of Need for.a 65 to 75 bed replacement facility," pense. sion" (Editor's Not- the article In kissing under the mistletoe''->"dates
back to Norse
and also lend its expertise to a plan for financing the new facility Thank you for teaching me to be accountable question deals with Hampton turning Mythology... -.jv''(,,, .: tllrt
through the'sale of tax free bonds. for my actions. Thank you down the writer of,this letter for a Empty BHS Stands According to Norse Mythology
for drawing the line on training rules town marshal's job) there are the Lack Of God named BALDER (Ball-durfr.was
The assistance of AGH in financial aspects of the building and upholding the moral and ethical following typographical errors: filled Participation shot .by.amistle'oe< irrow.-In their
program standards that I most for filed, policeman for policeman Need To Be
is of utmost importance, since the financing 'of a $10 can appreciate Looked AtIt tangee/jothe ,other Gods .turned
today. Though you established those $720 for$2,560.In .
mistletoe into a Parasitel!Its'berries
million health care facility by the use of tax monies would not be standards and rules, my relationship addition to the above errors the tsymhnlizedv: tears Latervi.whaM t the
feasible, even if the hospital had taxing authority, which it does with the team was a direct result of following alleged reasons quoted by Is good to see that some of the .iQAds'and humans wete on good leihhsagain3enistletoe.beRsmeasy1
not. my actions and my decisions. If my Mr. Evans (Chairman of the Hamp Bradford Tornado supporters are boliof(
status with the team ever became ton Town Council) are false and willing to speak up and be heard, ? ; }

Providing health care facilities is developing into an extremely jeopardized.fault and I understood that it was llbelous: applicant has a poor work however stands the OneS who !have emptied ;harmony rindicd Mistletorrhangidg ted'>a.!('peaceful:'iioiicJe.JTheotraditnon ibithe.dodtwAr .
my not voura. the in
competitive field, with today's patients demanding the best, - record and applicant has no high non-support this season : ( tofc kissing wriderftithetnuaetoewgnifwsi
are not loud
school speaking .enough. There
and to settle for Thank for the confidence diploma (Note- the article 10 -
unwilling less. 'Small, poorly financed hospitals you those read: "Chairman (John) Evans have been comments publi h lately friendship.Jtn
have no choice but to with this positive experiences and rigorous contends a i. bitTjz 9 ''H gjniM .looliqa boa,
keep demand
pace for better service Within the reason for rejection of criticizing and praising the mulching TioRegavdless!
training produced. two ; oftHtaaromautioosymboiiam -
and more sophisticated equipment.' If it fails to provide graduation, I had very yearsof close Myrick's application was a poor work of BUS football !Irtdder::"C It..,..,.';" forma ,mistletoe I is-a: Parasitic plant
such things, it will eventually go out of business or be taken over friends,under the fear of death in Viet record and lack of a high school ( which commonlyinieatsiuhile.treesr / '

by some large corporation,'causing it to lose its identity and Nam, express an appreciation for diploma, which the Fla."Dept. of Law pouts Naturally reflected, there,1.from: areTfcome'both sides( ,of sod the such' .asi.)ak: lahdniPftan.r :
local control. that confidence. Enforcement requires. ) Mistletoe does.,manufacture ai-sntall
I enclose a copy of my high school situation. It would bqlntefFStiifnote ;; amount of food fOr-1ttelffBfatiifor'the''
We feel that Bradford Thank you for your loyalty and diploma and a copy of my Social however, :. ... !most part it feeds off \
County fortunate othes.planfs
Hospital in by
being when those friends were Security card which was issued when points are from known:'relatives'ana
able to enter into management contract with Alachua General dismissed of the fear by death. I was 13 years old in 1938.1 believe the close friends of the ciacjiing'Staff Jot{ Mistletoe rooting ihtoithe! bark and living wbo .
can cut off the flow of
Hospital, a good neighbor which already enjoys the confidenceand writer or this article is under the delusion to mention former'footbaU1'players' from the trunk to infested
the patronage a large number of Bradford were lucky in those days we that if a City Commission official who were fortunate enough not to sit When this '
County had the God-given talent to combinewith happens; whol9 limbs die:
residents of (in this case' M r. ,Evans) says on bench for any length of,tinje. In addition
seeking and
some types services facilities'that cannot commitment and faith to produce Why not take a look at to blocking sap flow;
something : your
is'truer'Wen it's
true. I empty
now be offered locally. a State Championship Team. I mistletoe reduces food production by
aa well
dream and hope that my son might.. beliqve, from Mr. ticipation. It is obvious as your student par shading out the leaves of the host tree
It appears that Bradford County has everything to gain and have the physical talent or the oppor nothing to lose by changing from its present structure tunity to play with friends that do to County l what was *5,', becomes susceptible to other
as a
public printed false and
was furthermore
team. If he
produce a doesn't
problems-fungi, diseases,. and in-
not-for-profit corporation to a "community" not-for-profit cor- however, I hope to preserve and protect degrading and malicious to my There are those of us'who don't sects..Thus/ amlstletoe; attack may'
poration. All persons who would like to know more about detailsof the good qualities that come With pastwork. perfor have an inside view of the coaching'' result in the eventual death of an entire .
this proposed changeover are welcome attend Monday's an excellent athletic program such ad mance. techniques, however, hared tree, '
hearing at 7 in the yours, and hope that I can set the type Bishop M.Myrick sons who participated! we have
p.m. county commission room at the cour of example for him that you set for me tress ana strain or the coaching Understanding how mistletoe
thouse. All questions that anyone' might want to ask will be techniques. Having had ''
Editor's Note The Telegraph a son on the' grows is easier if you think of it as us-:
answered at this time. me.I will remember that to apologizes for the spelling mistakes team for four years, I feel I have a ing the nosUree's living wood in the
preserve while admitting make mall insight into the coaching techni- way other> )5lants
and protect don't we them from | use soil. Mistletoe:
Your hospital may not be important to you until you need it- damn, and misplace you self-conceived condemn time to time, more often than we ques and can understand why some has seeds which can be spread by-

but when that time comes, there is nothing else that can fill the blame for failure to fulfill my own should probably. As for the money do not stick-with the program the en- wind, birds and even people. These
need. personal expectations twill not con- figure Chairman Evans, by tire season. Bench side line blues is seeds come out around Christmas
I fuse my by trying to replace phone Tuesday night Dec. 15,Maid he not worth all the time and effort that time. And, since many people harvest
God's p ode with my question recalled the 1720 figure also a.the goo Into being one ef the "selected". mistletoe during the holiday season,
t marks. I will amount Mr. Myrick was ,suing for they often do a lot to help the parasite
? to redirect his goals,recommit ef through the Equal Employment Opportunity tube us reiterate on past, sPaead.:
forts, and eventually succeed. Commission (EEOC) (on articles fault does not lie entirely
I grounds'that" Hampton rejected his on the young men but the old Keeping the mistletoe out of your
Though I will
lose many posses saying to "the players are trees can be a real
sions, the;knowledge and application 'strictly. because of his as problem.,There's
of "
.. good aa their coach. There is no spray you can
those experiences f will age) a use to Prevent,or
tain.Thaniryou always much re The quote attributed to Evans'giving message to be beard in that saying for eliminate a mistletoe infestation. In
BecalM author Thomas Wolf was almost seven feet have a Merry very Abu and reasons for rejection of Myrick's those who want to hear it. You are the early stages, before limbs have
tall", no ordinary desk suited his needs. As a result, he application was simply that the right, the boys should be considered started 'to die, you can cut the
often wrote standing up, using the top of a refrigerator '.i.Micky Ape Principal, quoting of a public official at a public winners or praised for their"hanging mistletoe*w of heavy Infestation -
for his workbench. Bellevlew..8ant08 meeting. As the "public's ears" at In there,"however,what other choice. you may wan to prune off
Upper Elementary School such meetings we feel entitled and do they have when the season is half entire limbs. But these certainly are
Ocala,Florida, obU Bated to resort such atatMnMlbl BOM. the chin- is Binkn0no and .-..-.....- I.- not permanent control measures., If
---- -- life preserver in..Ii t.--- you see mistletoe
as a matter of public: growing on one
u. KLPOA Xmas Party Myrick did Indeed,hard copies'01 branch of a tree, the parasite' seeds:
Saturday NightThe his high school 0 diploma(Bradford Lester MInton are probably germinating on other
ttfetegropi i High School 1944)and Social Security Ra ord.Florida limbS as well. So, your best
8 annual Christmas Party of Card with his letter.Asked about that prevention. You can reduce the

Kingsley Lake Property Owners the Evans. said "when we asked him on Disabled Vets>To chances 'f mistletoe attack by
Association will be held'' his application about. high school carefully inspecting new trees for.ill-

ESTABLISHED U79 MEMBER night Dec. 19, at the Civic Center.Saturday' diploma he fined it out that he didn't Host Turkey Shoot .festation before introducing. ,them to,,
yowr home
A social have one. And on his work record be grounds
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER, Publishers hour will start at 6:90 p.m. down two and neither
with put Jobs themWe've '

Pu......... ....fhu..,end eftterM a...... 0...Metter e.... will be supper held later served Id the at 7.evening.A cake Each walk: .lasted,.more than a couple of months. Starke The Disabled Chapter Ill'American wUI be Veterans'; '

Pert OffIce et S..Hi.. Pie. .m4. person attending to asked answered EEOC saying that holding
r Act of March 4. '179 to bring a we weren't paying anything because Turkey Shoot Friday and Saturday, 'r
.. gift marked:: for man, 'woman, or don't feel he's entitled Dee. 1S-19. at the Edwards Road Ball i r
UcripHon rat. In ... ens $!.*r Y.*rj $a SI*Month child. we to the Job. Field..' .

Owtrid...*mnn $10 Pr Y.*n ..... .
...... 1t
f *4M
Stark.,PhtrMe Year's Eve Party Thunday night, In reporting '.thai toe-commission $3 per shot with the prize be The hood

Dec. 31, starting 9 p.m. refuseMxri cIS'a t applicatlon ".4.. lag 101:30$10 cash ghosting- ,to from J:; :a. Roth Royce ornament'U known' on
? p.m. ;
.. ,
..- -- - the Spirit of Ecstasy.

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I December 17. 1981 TELEGRAPH Page 5A

Janet Duncan and Charles 'Padgett tC1 "

I Wed Nov. 21 at Evergreen Baptist Church, :The Social Side \V.

Janet Ruth Duncan and !r I

David Padgett, both of Lawtey Charles,, were 21 Gladys Mooty Of The hi ILJ

united marriage Nov. 21, at 6:30
p.m. in Evergreen Baptist Church {Society Editor, 4.l. '=. 15
with Rev. James Saunders performIng it

'. The the bride nuptials.Is the daughter of Mr.and 964-7608 News wPa 1S/

Mrs. Emory Duncan and the groom IB r
the son of Mrs. Alma Padgett and the ,
late J.T. Padgett all of Lawtey, _
Highlighting the.altar were arch i : ;
candelabra and two matching spiral r Starke Woman's Club Honors ,
candelabras and two baskets of pink .
and burgundy carnations, mums and .
two satin bows. New Members at Christmas TeaThe '
Mrs. Elaine Starling and Mrs. Dale
>Redding organist and soloist,
presented a program bf nuptial Starke Woman's" Club honorednew pedestal baskets holding evergreenswith o
music. r' T members at a ChrIstmas Tea in red bows and red and white can- ; :I
Randall Crawford attended as best the club building on Wednesday, Dec. dy canes stood at each end of the tea
'man John Zack and Chris Redding 9 from 3:30: to 5:00: p.m; table. The tea table and eggnog table ? ,
were attendants and Ben Padgett and Mrs. Joseph D. Warren presidentof were covered with Army-Navy over
Wayne Duncan were ushers. Justin the club,greeted guests at the door red table cloths, and held Christmas 1k
Redding was ringbearer.Mrs. and Mrs. John Griffin was 'floor arrangements.
Evelyn Thornton attended her hostess. On the piano was an arrangementof ,
sister as matron of honor. Deanna Decorations were by Bill Wilson. greenery with red bows, cherries
I Gaskins and Christy Redding were The stage held a garland of green and hurricane lampS'with burning red :
bridal attendants. They were all at- with red bows' and white'Christmas candles. Honored guests were ;
tired alike in burgundy polyester lights centered with a large white presented with white mum corsages. '.
gowns with pleated waistline and Christmas wreath.A white Christmas Christmas music was played
[sheer matching capelet. They wore tree with red lights and bows stood in throughout the party hours. Mrs. J.E.
,carnation and mum headpieces with front of the'stage. Ficus trees In Ted Hardy served eggnog from a silver 4
,satin ribbons and carried nosegays of containers stood at each end of the' bowl,and Mrs. F.J. Shaw presided at
'pink and burgundy carnations, mums stage and midway of the room. A the tea table.
and baby breath. green garland with'red bows was over New members include: Mrs.
Tammy. Rosier attended as flower the sunroom'doors, and white wicker Frances E. Ahardt, Lena Dougherty,
girl. -I Winnie Sikes. Mrs. Leona Dukes,
Given in marriage by her father the Mrs. Bill Rink, Mrs. Mildred Bellizi,
bride wore a long gown of silk organza Mr and Mrs. Charles Padgett The W.H. Agnars Mrs. Gary Stephens, Mrs. George

with chiffon overlay. The illusion centered with a three tiered wedding Celebrate l 50thAnniversary Roberts, Jr., Mrs. Herbert Thomas,
neckline was enhanced with seed cake embossed with florets to match Mrs. Millard Judd, Mrs. Marion
pearls and sequins on the bodice, long the girls dresses and was topped witha SundayMr. Payne Mrs; Paul' Faulkner, Mrs. Setting Up the Bradford Hospital Tea...
sleeves and chapel train. The floor Etna Schaffer, Florence Kerbowy,
bride and groom standing in a petite and Mrs. W.H. Agner of
length veil of illusion lace was made garden house. Cutting the cake were Klngsley Lake celebrated their Mrs. E.C. O'Steen, Mrs. Norman Conti Doris Overstreet, President, and,Mary Sessions, Social Director, of the
by her mother. She carried a cascadeof Mrs. Harriet Duncan and Mrs.Donna golden wedding anniversary on Sunday Mrs. J.J. Murphy. Mrs. J.T. Hospital Auxllary coordinated this year's tea at the Bradford County
pink miniature roses, carnations, Duncan. Dec.' 13, at a reception at the Richardson, Miss Carolyn Keen, Mrs. Hospital.
mums and baby's breath.A Serving punch were Mary Jane Kingsley Lake Civic Center given by Jerome Johns, Mrs. Joseph Hitchcock
reception was held in the church Johnson, Carolyn Redding and Mitzi their children, Mickey Agner of Ocala Maybelle Bobenhouser, Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary
Fellowship Hall. Standing in the Saunders. Lucinda Griffis cut the and Mrs:J.T. Prevail Jr., of Starke. Charlotte DeSantiago and Mrs. Earle
receiving line were the bride and grooms; cake. Mrs. Emmett Elder of Kingsley Kraft.
groom and their attendants. Tammy The couple is residing at itt 2, Box Lake greeted the guests at the door.' Mrs. William Wilson, hostess chair- Holds Annual Tea for StaffThe
Padgett, sister of the groom kept thebride's 150, Starke. The cake table was covered with a man was assisted by Mrs. Ervin An- ,
book. The bride and groom are both Bradford Army-Navy cloth and centered with a drews, co-chairman'Mrs. M.R. Judd,
The bride's table was covered witha High School graduates. She three tiered wedding cake decoratedin co-chairman: Mrs. James library of the Bradford County refreshments, which 'were served i on
lace cloth over pink liner and graduated in 1978 and is employed at red and green and topped with the Blackshear, Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. Hospital was the setting for the silver and crystal trays, and assisted: : :
centered with an arrangement of the Florida Farm Bureau In figure 50". On either side of the cake John Griffin, Mrs. Robert Hall Mrs. Hospital Auxiliary annual tea on Monin serving.
matching flowers. Gainesville. He graduated in 1979 andis were burning red tapers in silver J.E. Hardy Mrs. R.P. McLendon, day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for (board
The punch table was covered with a employed at Winn-Dixie Warehousein holders. Cutting the cake were the Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. E.R. Searing members, doctors and wives, office .o 's'
lace cloth over beige; liner and was Jacksonville. couple's granddaughters Mrs. Rick Mrs. F.J. Shaw, Mrs. T.H. Slade, 'staff and employees. / o# .
Stephens and Mrs. Mike Hartley of Mrs. John Torode and Mrs. Merritt The three refreshment tables two .., 1 ,
Starke and Misses Tract and Robin Williams. in the library and punch table in the ,\ .:t..I
Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez Riccard of Ocala. foyer were all covered with white lace .r j
Red Music SpecialsAt cloths with red runners. The large Get Your
I poinsettia plants were used on
the food table and punch table. First United refreshment table in the library was
Celebrate 25th
Wedding Anniversary centered with beautiful
Presiding at the punch table were Methodist ChurchThe StockingStaffers
white Christmas
Mrs. Peggy Gaskins and Mrs. Jack r
Rev. and Mrs. Roman M. Alvarez Hazen.. next week includes several composed of pine, pompoms and hol
celebrated their silver wedding an- Approximately- 100 guests called music specials. The Maranantha ly. The arrangement was donated by
niversary a reception on Sunday, between the appointed hours of 2 to 4p.m. Choir from University Methodist Sunshine Florist along with a Here
Nov. 29,' at their home on Bayless Those from out-of-town were Church in Gainesville will be starting Christmas corsage to the president
Highway. Mrs. Edgar Stokes and Mrs. Lassie their Christmas tour Friday night at Doris Overstreet.
'"Greeting Ui "guests. at "the"door Young 'o .Fitzgerlad, Ga.Mr and Starke beginning at 7:30:: P.M. Over 40 Mrs. Marty Barry, Mrs. Anna THE
Mrs. Michael Waters Middleburg men and women will be sharing in Felos, and Mrs': May tee Sarnt, doctors O4< Ii
oiWe] r'?.l{ r.. !ndMrs;, Woodrgw: hopias of \ a ,presided the silver col.-:.. rlCi
Mrs. speeial' Christmas! celebration '
Gary EdgaraWd'daughter: Un- :
Sianr. i rsRaymond Moody lJ) ;sHOra I
t fee se/yipe, !Mrs. Mildred Frpk .,
through music | 1
who of Jacksonville
presented them to the'honored dy ,"Mr. and Mrs. (> "na c u
couple standing in the receiving line. 3t Donald Rick of Gainesville and Mr. On Sunday, Dec. 20, the Chancel poured punch in the foyer from a ,,,,,,,
Mrs. Craig Padgett and Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Preston Morree of Penny Choir (35 members) will be doing The table centered with a large crystal f ,,,, ,,
Bosier kept the guest book at a round Farms. Appalachian Nativity at the 11 A.M. punch bowl encircled with greenery. +
table covered with a blue cloth and service. Christmas Eve will include Social chairman Mary Sessions and
held a triple crystal candle holder sq two special services with the church Auxiliary members furnished the
with apricot candles. Jackie C. Johns specially decorated for candlelight. A

The cake table was covered with a carol candelight service will be at 7 ... .. .. ...... .. .
Al Samons P.M. and -. AUCTIONCabinet ,.. ... .. . .
light blue cloth and centered a communion candlelight --- -- - ----
was with ---------- ------
a three tiered white cake decorated Married Dec. 5 service will be at 11 P.M.
with silver bells and blue roses topped Dr. Richard Odom will be & Furniture Manufactury EquipmentOrdered
with a silver "25". The cake was preaching at the 8:30: A.M. service
flanked by two triple crystal candle Jackie Colley Johns' daughter of this coming Sunday. Besides the by Bankruptcy Court
fielders with blue candles. ,Cutting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Carr television presentation of the bible
stand serving the cake were Mrs. M.L. Colley -of Starke and Al Samons of study on Miracles on Mondays at 8:30 Michael Davis, Trustee
bJohns> Mrs.' Raymond Moody and 3x < Dallas Texas were united in marl A.M:and Variety on Tuesdays at 8:30 Place: 132 W. Call St. Starke
a-Mrs:/Wesley Griff.. .' < II' lx riage Saturday; Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. in A.M. there will be a special television ,
aril,Mrs: Marc Jackson Mrs.,Leonard dw the First United Methodist Church presentation of the Christmas con- Time: 10 a.m., Saturday, December 19, 1981
arMoore.,.'Mrs; Harry Melton and Mrs. 'ctt io isRevuAnd. *V riW with Rev. Warren Langer performing tata Thursday,Dec. 24, at 10:30: A.M.
loJbseplvStarling presided at the punch _' rW4.. (, I f the nuptials In the presence of the immediate on cable TV Channel 1965 Mercedes; 1979 Plymouth Horizon; Stoke Sander, 12
oifabie which was covered with a light .J JI1 'Mra4AlvarezF' families. Registration is currently being held ft. belt; 24 inch Plainer; 2 Table Saws; Band Saw; Panel
.sbluelcloth and held silver candelabras I Attending the couple were Leslie for ,those wishing to participate in
aitoitb&Iue candles and a arrangementof .it ioncua'non Johns and Tom Johns, daughter and Youth Club during the winter. This is Saw; Joiner; Radio Arm Saw; Belt Sander; Drill Press;

cut flowers in shades of light blue Tammy OdoifjtCfllebrot;;t r son of the bride and John Samons, for grades K 5. This is a national Paint Sprayer; File Cabinet and some office equipment.
and apricot. Mints were served in a brother of the groom. inter-denomination Christian Educa-
'iwteeDtray received as a gift on their Birthday .With' 'Party The bride was given in marriage by tion program for children. It includes Cambells Auction Service
iaiBtj anniversary from the >Ladies Tammy Odom,%daughter of Mrs. J. W. Ritch. Bible study. recreation, music and
bFellbwshiPof the church.. ; Jean Tanner/ ,of Lawtey, celebratedher Mrs. Samons is employed at Nor crafts. Randall Cambell Auctioneer 473.7028 or 473-4903
.nrCfrting for the gift table were Mrs. fourteenth birthday Friday night, theast Florida Hospital Macclenny Sunday is the last day. for Consignment of same type accepted
ilThornton.JohnsAIrs.; Charles' Dud- Dec:'4,wif h the Pratt Street as a social worker. Mr. Samons is a Christmas food collections.
9AingmndrMrs. Fred Peeples. RecpaApprdxtm on centgcln Starke. barber in 'Bradford. Square Style.
yd Approximately* ISO guests called Shop. --------- -
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tely': 4$ out of town --- -
.between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m guests, ;enjoyed1: the evening of Following a wedding trip to St.
fja ',. w, it refreshmehta.apd' dancing. Also on Simons'Island the 'couple is residing Watson western weai
hand for In'the home-of the bride at 908 W. _
3,9' Brief Cases', party were approximately Pratt U.S. 301 S. Tire
40 of Tammy's friends from the Street Starke. by Mosley Center Ii-
YI Starke area.Two Pop Warner football Did you < 964-7263 ,
Shop ij Ic| % '
teams'and their cheerleading squads {;Mr..r.Mr. .
ItO W.Call St. .
964-5764 were also present, including the Buccaneers and Mrs,i.w fliftcH l visited Mr, Our Name Brands ,j
v J
of Orlando which the Starke and Mrs; A.M.'Moore Blackshear,, Ladies 2

'- .. Cowboys were hosting. Ga., on Saturday; .. Suede for Women

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I Santa 1\, :;(!"'' ."-.tiJ, .Y I.I, .i'II',,1 Il.:,'j'i I' ., '' :ff; .!Judnita: J'G. Rowe'-and Cdrlton'HRogers'\ *: t
Library Dec., 22,, '. ; :1 !' : .''f.'J. \:,. '; ; -: :' .: t : v r, .l'j'

.: In the early settlement days of N wSi < '. ; Married. .. Dec. 5 in Jacksonville '

York City-then: known 'as New BIRTHS : ,. .: ,
Amsterdam, boys and girls would ? L t .
zc:'t7: gather around a whit sheet and tdng'i Juanita' G: Rowe, daughter of Mr :: ,? ; .
:Joe M.Griff Starke
; carols. The front'door would fly open y and Mrs of and ,
Carlton H; Rogers son of Mr. and
and a shower of sweets would be scattered .
= Mrsr Edgar: Rogers of Jacksonville'
on the Hoor. While the children
Ltedsey Leigh Traylor and Mrs. William
scrambled the In strodeSt. and Mr ReynoldsTennessee
Nicholas with hU goodies.servant Knecnt Mr.. and Mrs. Norman Traylor of. ,of: were united In' marriage
hand Lawtey announce' the birth' of .a ;Saturday,Dc. 5, at 7 p.m. at
= Ruprecht, who one an
daughter, Lindsey Leigh, born Dec:Ain of bride's
the brotherinlawand
the home
==: sack into which he could throw ; Inti
open Alachua '
General 'r k acing
Hospital. sister, andMrs.Acie Johnson
::::; particularly bad boys, and in the She .
Joins two sisters Monica,4;and in Jacksonville.
= other 'bunch' of .rods
a menacing .
Stephanie e I Andrew attended his
which he'shook
a Paternal grandparents are Mr.and brother best '
:M=::: big time enough to Minus could the not open be located-sack-a Mrs. Robert Traylor of Lawtey. Miss Patsy as Griffis man. served as maidof Lieoritur d's Quality.. ;,
Maternal grandparents Mr. and .
a and rods Santa Claus will are honor.
menacing ; .
=: cherrily greet and talk to one and Mrs. Jimmy Hitch, Theressa. The bride was given In marriage by
:=:; Tuesday, Dec. 22, at the Bradfor&County her nephew'Hank Johnson., ? vI' Crystal S4ilverProducts
s:3: 'Public f-om.l0:00'- The groom is a third class petty officer ,
Library :
= l1:30A.M. Louise Stern Presents HS3, stationed Jacksonville ,
=::: Also from 10:00 10:30 A.M. the5i Naval Air Station: The couple U

library will have Christmas cranE.making Piano StudentsIn residing in Jacksonville.. ,
A'reception was also held at the
for children. Make a RecitalThe "A'
home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
=:= Christmas present, a wreath or
students of Louise Marie :
piano Assisting in serving were Mrs. Betty
placemat for Mom and Dad. Join in .
Stern were presented in a Christmas Martin, Mrs. Lawanna Rogers, and .
the free holiday spirit at the publiclibrary U
= .
Dec. 14 at
Recital Monday evening Mrs. Maxine Taylor.
=:: on 105 E:Jackson Starke the Women's Club. 1

J on Dec. 22.Bradford. Following the recital the pupils en-

Joyed party where they exchanged .
Telegraph gifts' Mothers of the children servedas Moos. Members Hold
Has Christmas hostesses for a refreshment hour Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Rogers
=t which followed. PartyThe

=s Dinner-Party Participating were: Brian Dobbins Women of the Moose and the
= Allison Langer- Jimmy Parado, Kirk Loyal Order of the Moose held a St. Mark's Women 4L'' '
The Bradford County Telegraph Reddish, Cindy Parado, Sherry Mat- Christmas party Saturday, Dec. 12 at Hold
E: staff held their annual Christmas par tox,Donna Parado, Eric Nazworth, the Moose Hall; MeetingThe 1v44.a
= ty and dinner Friday night at Victoria Jules Wise, Jane'Stanwix-Hay.; Beau The hall and bar were decked out recent Christmas bazaar and
IZS3ecu Station restaurant on Arlington Expressway Ely, Karen Rowe,Mark Parado Lori with Christmas trees and decora- Arts and Crafts Festival was'discussed -
= in Jacksonville. Mann Amy Lewis, Sharon Hamilton, tions. A gift exchange was held and and plans made to repeat it next
M; The 30 attending included the staff, WannLi Walker, Sean Jones, Holly the members and coworkers year was the topic of business at the
S husbands, wives anddates and Shields, Todd Gillenwaters, Belinda presented Gust and Jerry Kallos witha regular meeting of the Women of St. 1
= several retired employees: Melson, Pam Parrish, Viva' Riley, beautiful Moose clock"in appreciation Mark's held Dec.' 8 in the Parish
The restaurant was gayly: Lisa Mosley, Patricia Parado, John for their help in the House. '
;3 $11.98
decorated .in the Christmas motifthroughout. Tinsler and Robbie Cowart. Good food and dancing was enjoyed President Mrs. Herbert Thomas led

I en during the evening. the discussion and Mrs. Flossie 1
Following dinner gifts were ex- On Sunday, Dec. 13 the Loyal Orderof Prescott gave the devotional. 2304-24% Lead Crystal Hand Made
e changed.
Chorus Gives Moose'held
BHS an enrollment for new "
7' in 4 %
Covered Butter Dish. length
=...:.:.:.. First members and the Women of the .
= Program at BaptistOn Moose seried'dinner. in height. Boxed.

BHS Class of '72 Sunday evening, Dec. 13, the

E Planning ReunionThe Bradford High School Chorus cnR.
presented a program of sacred Did You Know............ '0 Q. e'3 aod
Bradford High School class of Christmas music at the First Baptist c. 90 y\'l.C +\.
E.= 1972 is beginning plans for a 10 year Church of Starke. The chorus is under ''u 'I\\.C )\)\.. '
$\reunion. the direction of Don Hardy. Col. and Mrs. J.A. Scanlan recently Friends of Mrs. Lily Bridges will be ..
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.:_=: All those interested in helping and Following the presentation by the returned from Washington, D.C. happy to know she has returned home \ :I.
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ISE: taking part are urged to contact chorus, Rev. Chuck Register, where Col. Scanlan attended the an- and 'convalescing after a serious ,, 'I\',,(\ \\. =: either of the following: Lee Sparks at Minister of Youth at First Baptist nual convention of the Association of automobile accident Sunday after- \' .e\.\ \
+ : 9G4-6330 or Lee Hardenbrook at presented a sermon challenging the Former Intelligence Officers. Among noon, Nov. 29 Waycross, Ga. and -.e\', oP
::" 964-6280, Ext. 215 or 964-6775. The people to find fulfillment for life in those attending were Richard Helms, had been hospitalized with a broken ,.,,
M group hopes to meet right after the commitment to Jesus Christ. former director of the Central In- collar bone and multile black and blue

New Year so please call any of the Following the service a time of telligency Agency and Richard Allen, marks. Mrs. Mona Canova who was
above as soon as possible. fellowship was enjoyed by the youth White House advisor on National with her at the time received

-. In the recreation haD of the church. Security.Mr. numerous cuts and bruises but not
hospitalized. Mrs.'Bridges' car was
Rhonda Alvarez and Mrs. Charles Lawson of totaled when hit broadside on the

==: Has Tenth Elks ClubActivities Tallahassee spent last Thursday and driver's side.
Friday with his parents,Mr.and Mrs
5 Birthday Party' H.A. Lawson. Mrs. L.H. Gibson spent the

I SSI Rhonda Alvarez celebrated hers Carl Moore District Deputy of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gerry'
::::: tenth birthday Friday night Dec.4,at North District Florida Elks, held his 'Collectors Thimbles Gibson In Merritt Island.

t>* a hayride and weiner roast given by homecoming visitation and official in- From$2.80 each "Mrs.
her 'parents Mr. at the Live Office Shop W.H. Thomson returned Sun-
= and Mrs. Owen spection Oak Elk Lodge on
I Alvarez,Jr. uaW.CallSt. ,. day after two weeks visit with her
Kfs:: ,at their home Bayless Monday night, Dec. 8. Starke Elks '-- ? -
s"Highway. and'Elkettes attending the Catfish .,' V\" 9 4-S7S4_ son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and
:;:: Mr Alvarez took the 24 youngsters dinner and speech' were: Mr. and ""v v/ '". % >pii Mrs. Phillip'Jacobs and. sons in $14.98

I as" on a hayride in a long truck filled wilt Mrs:'V.A.-Nichols, Mr and Mrs. Bob Carr Coirey-s- 'patient':"m' the! Roslyn Heights, N.Y.
*. hay alter which they enjoyed a weiner Strunk Mr. and Mrs. George Brown,
;;: Starke Nursing Home after a stroke.
+w i I Miss Jean Mundy of Cerritos, Cal. &
I:;:::i roast. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wise,Mr. and Mrs. 396-Silverplated Crystal Double
:::::=t The strawberry shortcake theme Bill Finucan, Mr. and Mrs. Richard is spending a month with her mother, Preserve. Made in England. Includes

_> was carried out in the table decorations Solze, Mr. and Mrs. George Doml- Mrs. W.B Mundy. Two Silyerplated Ladles, 7V: in
[:::=: Mr, and Mrs. George K. Bennett of f' height. Boxed. '
with a strawberry shortcake nianni, J.D. Doyle, and John Warren.On .
'will be weekend of
= cloth and cake decorated in the same Orlando guests Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy .
= theme Monday night Dec. 7, Starke their aunt, Mrs. J.E. Wilson. entertained several friends at dinner'

I S Along with the 24 young people, 15 Elks welcomed into Elkdom at the Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell Sr.
I S3 adults enjoyed the occasion. Starke Lodge were Alex Kerbawy,
of Pa. the
B-1 Jim Leukel: and Harrisburg are spending
:::::::: There Rodney Somner. remainder of the month with Mr. and "'Dr. Wayne Whiffen attended a three
will be a'Christmas
Did You Know............ and gift exchange at the Starke Party Elk Mrs. Mitchell, Jr., on East Call day education seminar in Orlando at
.-....'. Street. the American Academy of Optometry
Lodge ,
-- on Friday night, Dec. 18. Bill to fL
McMullin will furnish the music for Wednesday Sunday. j9
i tw, Mike Gissy, Gerald and Tommy dancing and Three dollar Mr. and Mrs. ,William Spengler of '
$! Meng and Phillip Brown of cover charge sing-along. Each St. Augustine were Sunday dinner Diane Crews of Starke, majoring in
.' Sacramento Cal. home for the per couple. person of Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Orientations' and
;::: are is asked to bring guests Spengler.Mr. Mobility for the
wrapped $3 gift, 98.R873
::?:: holidays with their respective marked for a lady or gentleman for visually handicapped at FSU, visited Q4 .
1 families. the exchange. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and son, the Seeing Eye in Morristown, NJ:,
David of Hollywood spent the the Lighthouse for the blind and the
ri Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lynch of American Foundation for Sily lased
weekend with his 'parents, Mr. and the blind in Cranberry S cep
153:::: : Jacksonville were Saturday Mon- New York City,'Monday to Friday of Serve Set. ifl&ludes removable gia sti
S day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ben- Did You Know........... Mrs. G.A. Gay. last week. 8" nid

= nett, Sr.Sunday. Ire4itA rwMWt:
Fritz H. Kramer, visiting with his
--2 Mr and Mrs. C.L. Cooper attendedthe daughter, Mrs. Mildred Patterson, in Iva Jean and Christi! Harrell en-
guests Mrs. Joan Chitty the Gainesville
Joyed Garden Club's'rout r
65th birthday celebration for Kane, Pa. wishes all of his friends a v d
and family were Mrs. James Endres of Homes and bazaar
= Saturday.
Walter Stewart In Trenton Christmas and a Happy
on Sunday. Merry
E:'S and son Jim Endres of Cape Cod very They especially enjoyed the Charley
Mrs. Allie'Lockelear of Horse
Shoe New Year.; .
Mass. Jim shared an apartment with Pell home.
552 Beach also a guest, returned with the
Randy Chitty during the
Coopers until Mr. and'Mrs. *
153 were students at the U. of So. Fla. in Wednesday.

|a 2 Tampa. Lockelear.Wednesday. Walter' to Stewart'pick came up Hard Freeze Warning This WeekWith aV

= Books!!! ?
;:::: Dr. Seuss Sesame Street.
Mr. and Mrs. L.M.
Stoner of Ocala ,
S Strawberry Shortcake
were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;)
a many more-from 13.95 ... z.y
Office Shop George W. Brown. .ee. .of Energy Today

a 110 W.Call St. You can't: afford'. ."' "J!. ::
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Strickland of 4fr.6'j1,9
& -5784 NOT to own a ...., -.0 .
Ohio, enroute to Babson Park, Fl., for .
the winter, were last Wednesday and WocdbumerWt ;t
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Don Neel recently attended a two }
33: weeks course on "Management of Owen' Alvarez, Jr. Rev John ; pntdc6 to n2y03.24
sst Managers" at the Army Management Strickland of Babson Park was also .3- Crystal
35 Engineering Training Activities visiting friends here Wednesday and % 5 2. in

5=5 center at Rock Island Arsenal in Rock Thursday. meier. Boxed. a
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Papermate Pen&Pencil Set Complete Une of
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Mrs. One Wiggins from '7.00 set .
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t N.a Music Men Stopped in 2nd RoundAt

i N Y'r State Men's Flag TournamentThe

Starke Music Men did one better than last year the won their opening
r game at the State Men's Flag Football Championships that was it as the
local league and District winners bowed out in the second round of the state
event held in Palm Bay, Fla.
Music Men opened with a 28-21 victory over Abbott-Jamison of Piniellas
N I Park Saturday morning but was outscored by Mister Millers of Vero Beach
48-33 later.
r 1 Mister Millers went on to lose in the semifinals finishing tied for third.
Resincraft of Jupiter won its second straight state title blowing out American
Robin of North Miami 52-20 in the title game.

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... Deadline is Dec. 18 to Register Teams
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M For New Starke Men's Basketball LeagueTeams

interested in playing in the proposed Starke Men's Basketball
r League must have a roster filled out and returned by December 18.The roster
', forms are available at the Rec. Department office in the Old Armory.Rec. .
Director Cheryl Godwin said that if at least 4 teams sign up 13 were
represented at a meeting last week) the league will go as planned with the
.-:. league fees to be set according to the number of teams.
." Play will be 2 nights a week: with NCAA college rules used and the time
I. 'I W. : period for the games still to be determined.Any .
i teams interested should come by the Old Armory or call(964-6792).Out
'T of county entries will be limited to 3 per squad.

Bradford High JV Cagers...,

This year' BHS junior varsity basketball team Is: Dunlap Barry Boswell. Wade Pelham, Wayne Brown, d Santa Fe
from left to right Michael Clark Roger Jefferson Gary Tyson and Robert Bellamy with Coach Rick i
Calvin Lee.Mike Early,Sam Norman,'Daren Chandler Stevens the middle. .
Steve Marshall Tommy Johnson David Jones Dennis : y.

Ends Girls

JVS Getting Closer To 1st WinThe w ry 4h Win StreakThe

JV basketball team of BHS Just In Tuesday night's loss Stevens said Against Macclenny the young Tor- BHS girls basketball team hada
keeps getting closer and closer to a only an imaginary cover on the rim nadoes stirred a home crowd Into a .l letdown in the fourth period last
victory. After being bombed by St. kept his club out of the winner's cir frenzy by rallying for 31 points in the Thursday... and still won. They
Augustine 62-37 in their opener the cle. "Everything. we put up bounced fourth period to give the visiting played super basketball in the fourth
Tornado freshman and sophomoreunit back out," he said. '"We had 5 or 6 Baker County team quite a scare.The period Tuesday night... and still lost.
has lost to Santa Fe by 11 (56-45), shots at it sometimes, we just didn't 31 points nearly as many as the BHS The difference in Thursday's
Macclenny by 3 (66-63)( : ); and then put the thing in." JV teams of recent yeaN have scoredin pulsating 36-32 victory over then-
Tuesday night Palatka by 2 (44-42). Stevens said his club was the better entire ballgames came close to unbeaten Palatka and Tuesday's 56-39
They can't get much closer to winn- .team but with the misfiring shooting erasing an 18-point spread after loss against Santa Fe both at home
ing without capturing a victory and BHS also"didn't hustle real well and Baker jumped on top 32-21 at halftime 'i was what took place before the final
Coach Rick Stevens hopes they can didn't play real good defense." and 50-32 after three periods.. stanza. Thursday the BHS girls open-
manage Just that in the last JV game Daren Chandler led BHS in scoring \ ed in fine fashion, striding out to a
before the.Christmas holiday this Fri- with 11 points while Robert Bellamyand '"There was some excitement in 4 27-19 lead against the Lady Panthers
day night,Dec. 18,against. GHS at the'Torna Thomas Johnson aded 10 apiece that gym" Stevens noted with a 1 before letting the visitors cut the gap.
o gym. and Steve Marshall chipped in 7. smile. "We played a lousy first half ;:.' ... : Late-game heroics led by Vonda Kay
but from there on we did a fair job and .;. ., Hall preserved the win. Tuesday,
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just about caught up."' ::::... 3'- playing miserably most of the way,
:I .. .........' 1ftt"u. the Tornadoes behind
Chandler hit from all over and tiedMacclenny's ; : -.,.-- Lady dropped
A4KEA FASHION STATEMENT .. ....... ....,..,;., .......
Freddie Jones for'scor-. '-.--.. ..... ... A. J--"" ., ,.",!"" ", 41-17 at one point before rallying
ing honors with 21 apiece.Just a notch : -- strongly with a full court pressing
"THE REVOLUTIONARY/ HAGGAR WASHABLE SUIT back was Bellamy who pumped in 20 Jackson Works Around a Screen... defense.
points from his guard spot. Marshalland The split left BHS at 3-2 heading in-
With Queenie Berry (no. 21) tangling two Macclenny defenders with a
up to home with
Dennis Dunlap both canned 8 for a game Clay High
the JV's while Johnson put in 6. screen Bradford's. Hope Jackson has an open lane to the basket in early tonight Thursday, Dec. 17, at 8p.m.

........_- .o r. season action.'CHRISTMAS .. ,.. girls visit Gainesville High
-- Wr "
a "
r 'Friday
? > ""I .,;ItJJ1 t::;.:. ...... ." .4.N *- 1 night, Dec."18, in their last
\ [.\-\1." '" "tj'.., ._...1,", ,,,,,. game before the holiday break.In .
DINNER the Palatka win Vonda Kay Hall
:;k, pe i. may have nearly lost a tooth but she
helped save a victory before the big-

Weeknightstiii8pamE FULLY COOKED by year.gest, crowd for a BHS girls game this

our With 47 seconds to go Vonda Kay
swatted a Palatka shot away from
PANTRY close range to protect Bradford's 4
point advantage and hand the visitors
L f their first loss. In the process she was

__ Sunday 16Suitaslowas75 ; CHEF j t\ : (9RifdlJ" : tooth elbowed but in her the, blood-stained mouth chipping smile a

I '. : after the game showed she didn't
? mind the trade of sore tooth for vic
r jv 1 .. tory.
i It was Hall who gave BHS its final
__ 36-32 advantage following up a miss-
//f'LY ed free throw by Hope Jackson after
Jackson hit one from the stripe. Lorraine -
Bass, playing her first game
since rejoining the team retrieved a
Palatka miss at the other end and
1O-12 LB TURKEY ALL IPD BHS dribbled all but the final minuteoff
V PRE-COOKED WEIGHT the clock. A turnover by the Pan-
thers and Hall's block the ball
GIBLET GRAVY ONE 8 INCH PUMPKIN PIE a back to BHS twice and the Lady Tor-
T L 1 PT CRANBERRY RELISH nadoes froze time away. without takIng -
PUU.V COOtCtD.MKDf.TO-BAT a shot. '
"We played a super first half" said
: (Fresh dtolprySpecialities PICNICS Coach Gayle Lee, referring to a 21.15
HAM halftime advantage that grew to 27.19
before the visitors rallied in the final
$129 period."We had a little letdown in the
DINNER SLaa liTO TURKEYS fourth quarter: We do that when we
get ahead sometimes. And we missed

ROLL: tIGTDr way too'many free throws a lot of
OLA2IOFUU.V eOOKID them one-and-ones."Asked if she was
.r." BONELESS BUFFET 1O12LBS $ 395 surprised about whipping the Pan-
r 9. HAM thers Lee answered: "No, I thoughtwe
roii i HAL-L4 WVIOL 40'--
1 should have beaten them the first
.LaIIWH...._ $ r..CooK.Dp.aTYa.z. time (a 44-51 loss)."
,.. 279' BIQHI
--- Jackson knocked in 24 points while
POUND 18-20
: ..I8HIIA&.D1Z89 C $2395 Hall chipped In 6, and Queenie Berry,
1 *: LBS Bass, and Tracy. Hankerson had a
: bucket apiece. .
c_o.oauTn a MHMMKI Sm 1.
I' _AAT-"O _......, In the loss to Santa Fe Tuesday
::: '
CAKE 12"RICH ; '' 11..DU.9 : (HotMeal Specials Jackson again canned 24,giving her a

.1. FLORIDIAN' season average of 23.0 points per
? \y, r-.14rw PLATTER .1895 COUNTRY' PRIDE game. Bass had 6.Hankerson 5(and 7 t
: i: .. DARK 4 POR FRIED CHICKEN rebounds), and Berry 4.
89 DI:I" Mi' The taller Lady Raiders dominatedthe
BROWNIES LATTER 95 inside play,with 6-0 Felicia
..__...... .I< 'k $ .199 Black pumping In 20 points mostly on
w* follow-shots and inside bank shots,
.. 0..a1CNa. and collecting a' dozen rebounds. I
(&sty Prepared (Meet. Cheeses,,firKITCHEN S4Jds,.. 4.uo.TM a4..w.wIN..[LMWM.MB n... winners.Rosylin Bell added 15 points for the I

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0-4 HS; Hosts GHS Friday 17 ,, t, y 11MLYMaa1SIl1t

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The puffy pink ankle af 6-5 Tornado "I know it's frustrating as the devil horsepower against the Wildcats. ) .
center Kevin Howe, inlfredon a driveto for the kids to work as hard as they've "We kept getting in and out of the ."
the hoop against Maeclenny last worked and not win," the troubled ballgame/' said Sexton.'"They were :
weekend. typifies the BHS basketball coach' had' groaned Monday. After up 12 or 14 in the second period but we ct1C I :
fortunes nowadays y : i seeing his roster decimated in the cut it down to 2 or 3 and they lust had llhr Sf fJDNI 11

preseason by various means: gradetroubles us 6 at halftime. Then we let em run I s } NO iMO fIW6 '

The BUS boys squad]aching from'a transfers, and defectionsSexton it back up to 14 or 15 but we cut it right
lack of talent and experience and now Vas thinking of' yet another back to 3 early in the third quarter
height with Howe out-1! limped to ,,21 problem, Howe's sprained ankle. "I and then to 1at 43.42. But turnovers
losses last week "'-58 at home know it's awfully frustrating for me to killed us and they opened it back to 9
against Macclenny-Baifer County last go through a rebuilding year last year by the end of the third quarter." yto

Friday and 84-57 on thj 1. road against and have the possibility of a real good
Palatka Tuesday to; ink to 0-4 for baUclub'' and then have these things 'Sexton said the difference betweenthe z
happen" good spurts and bad ones was no
year. It I more mysterious than' "we handledthe

Howe's sore foot left,Only 6-4 senior Howe's injury improved greatly ball well and shot well when we
Eddie Thompklns on the front line Tuesday and he may be back oncourt were closing the gap, that's It." Lt

with any size and savVy and Thom- for the next home game, this Friday, Gerald Goodman .backed Thom
pkins has been like the little Dutch Dec. 18, against GHS ((1.5 at pkins with 10 points and 7 rebounds,
boy trying to plug up'ihe dike He's presstime), plus the Bishop Kenny his board count from the backcourt
played "tremendousiyV according: to Christmas Tournament in Jackson- showing Bradford's lack of inside
Coach Mike Sexton,piling up 71 points ville Dec. 22 and 23. The Tornadoes power. Ronald Davis was in double 1 d
and 61 rebounds (averages of 17.8 and play host Bishop Kenny at 8 p.m. figures with 10 against Palatka while !i .
16.8) but it hasn't done much good in Tuesday night Dec. 22,'after White Gary Carter had 9 points against 3
the three blowouts that,have followed and Bolles square off in game 1. A Macclenny and Donnie Banks had 9
a close 54-51 setback against St. consolation game is set for 6:30 against Palatka.A .
Augustine in the season opener. Wednesday, Dec. 23, with the finals at
(/ft 8:00. Admission is $2 for adults, $1.50 bright spot for BHS Friday was 10
"He's doing a tremendous job 1 for\ students.In of 15 shooting from the foul line but

just wish we had somebody else come last Friday's loss Thompkinswas they were 5 of 13 from the stripe Tues
on and pick up some+.r the slack," a horse inside after Howe limpedOff day.
Sexton said of Thompkjhs after Tuesday's -
Palatka. '> can't counton i the court. The 6-4 senior standout ., ... .t:. ......
loss at We canned 10 of 20 shots from the field, .tII. ((57) Thompkin.5.2-Y0: .Davis 4-2-10: Bell
him to the wty le load.". 2-0-4, Goodman 2-0-4( Banki 4-1-1. Pierce 1-0-2( .' "
and 4 of from the''line for .t .
,6 a career- Carter 3-0-6( Riddick, 102. Total.. it f-ia 17. I
Sexton said Palatk wasn't loaded high 24 points while hauling down 8 rebounds "......(Mi Totali. U 14-11 14.radforf 'J r..
t II 11 ID 17n
and off both the offensive and .. .... .
by an means was missing some .1.
17 14 17 Mrooforo I
players still engaged football, but defensive boards for a total of 16.That Thompkins Puts Up a Shot... .
added had hot hand and was 16 out of 37 Tornado rebounds, (Ut Thompklru 10 4-9 24;Goodman 3 4-5 Ronald!
"They a they Tornado forward Eddie Thompkins, number 23, puts Goodman C 10) and Davis 1-1) watchIng the
nearly half the team total. 10; Carter 4 1.2 5, Howe 1 ().O 2, Davl. 1 0-0( 2, I
beat us to death on theboards.: They'dget Willlami 00-00( Pierce 21-13. T.,.,.. 24 10-11 ",. up a shot against Macclenny-Baker County with Chuck ball's flight. .
5 or 6 Shots.. But BHS needed some moreForestfLakeWeie M...i.nnr ((77)1)_Tola!.. n .,.,.77. Williams C30) boxing out under the basket and Gerald I Photo by Ted Lone _
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i Thursday Dec: 17- f J I &

o Wrestlers I Clay at BUS girls basketball (7:00) : V?

I BHS wrestlers at Ocala Vanguard (6:30) V
The BHS wrceUinRp run lost to. a O.eYwn. M-il: IlltlLlV OHIIN (C'HII (pin ..,...... 1 1
ai4' | 128-L. ioii.., .t>(LW) pin iiiot IM. MICNAIIMCD@II Friday Dec. 18- .j;
pair of rugged Marioiwounty foes by l.
(IM)pM.In., .liltt 1.0.Ptwieh(LW)pin..
nearly identical,.scorffl. last "keek! 'to ColoHiwi llJ4i 147.lA...y IAUCI(Mil)pin Trlpp sap| : GIIS at BUS V. and JV boys basket )
drop to .I*' for.tbft tteasont :Ocala IB.IMk.N.bLW( )pin",,".1,", ....noOYMIIIIM BUS basketball at GHS '
girls ((7:30)
Forest BHS and Lake (' ) pin" loMMoN liMi ,./ DlkM." (IW) pin, Spoil>>MiM '
dumped fl-28' : .. .. .... .
|"_"(lW)oo > il r7-0l.Unl-v. (LW)pin ,
Wier topped BHS 42-39. I'u; "'.- ....
The Tornadoes go tojJHarion County Junior VonHyi 111- S. lolloou" (IW) pin' N. Col....." Saturday, Dec. 19-. .
twice again this weel traveling to Ii4i| ll4.Golll: <.(LW)pin Wi.....'.,1.! ..*-_'TlLL'" : 1 I
; MOCP'( ) pin .......1.4,31.O. BHS wrestling at O. Forest Christmas tourney (8:30: a.m..
Ocala Vanguard for ia duaj_ match (1)
j | p.r.N 41.I.dI.d>l I .
tonight, Thursday Deft 17 and then
100-TOM MKI(IH1))..... LMdlo 14-11, 107.Tolkort
taking part In' the r h'Ocala ,I Forest (O/Ipi.)| f till 114-WI......"(0'( )pin Ooodonfiililt Tuesday, Dec. 22-- f I. \
Christmas Tournament day Satur 1JI-- ....,. (COf'I} .... Oroon 421! U* 0...... (OF)
day. Forest, the Tornadoes pM &._!. sell| 114.: MICHAIL MCDUFPII (IMS) 4... BHS vs. Bishop Kenny at Kenny.,Christmas basketball
P..... Ill; 140HonlMoil. (0'( ) pin .. Colomon Iit4i "
tourney (8:00): <
vanguarAand Fe Ila/a ,! ;
147IAMIV IAUCII(INS) Olnioy 1-I, 117-Hamilton I ".
Buchholz. Wier will (CO'I") '" 'o.dol 1. Nat| 1... TINNY WIIIOHT (oHt) pinolnioo 1 -, .'
take part in the Head event; .. all ,*ITIPHIN. SPILL(INS)pin"...!lSt;
In the loss to Lake Weir's Hurricanes m-. (DAVID. ,FHAIim' (IHt) ...(. ....!> ky 4......., UnlW Setting Up a Pin..., ? Wednesday Aec. 23- ,,,,.....__ ......,,._.._
ll'((0')pin TtixrMM tH.Jimtor
Monday night jthe four.Tor- .... Consolation. (6:30),.& Finals 48*30). )Cennvtownament
VnnKyt 114.PMtan(OF)* N C.I.l 14.4, Tornado 134-pounder Michael McDuffie sets up a pin against a BuchhoU .-
' IT V.-T--JVHI i i-loaoMOJ o io nlilf
nadoes with the bestjrecords made 121.r..l"(OF)>... T. "_" II-1, It*. TIDY IKISil man. McDuffie won twice last week to push his personal record to 5-1. % -** ,
their marks even better with wins by ( Hit pin CwilKll llld UV-.MAHTILLA MQOHI (IHS)
....N./LMM..... 1 \
pins, excepting Kenny! Wright who .. :..
didn't wrestle. Billy r Green ( -1, 4 .
pins), Michael McDufQe ((5-1. 2 pins),
Tom Pierce (4-1-1,3 pins), and Larry Coach Faulk Headed to Middleburg

Saucer (4-1-1, 3 pins) all won'by pin. -

Wright (4-1,4 pins) missed the match Carlton Faulk, an assistant football set for Jan. 13. Hurse said he'd like to I iI
but Teddy Bresee, who was 4-0 on the coach at Bradford High who also find a replacement for Faulk as earlyas
JV level;moved up and won a third headed up the' school's weightliftingand possible but he noted that few a '
period pin in the 169 pound match. << Fellowship of Christian Athlete's qualified coaches are free for jobs at 110 /
Martella Moore stayed unbeaten in programs, will be leaving BUS after this time of year.

JV matches with a third period pin. the holidays for a job at neighboring Faulk will be pa-t of a new football tH11i

Against Forest sophomore Stephen Middleburg High School. staff at Middleburg, which finished t V A. DItn .Q
Spell notched his first win of the year "Im! leaving because it's a great 8-2 in its first year of varsity football The perfect gift for t \ ,f\\
with a second period pin and Wright job oppurtunity certainly not this fall but is going through a staff
garnered his 4th straight win by pin. because there's' anything wrong shakeup since Coach Terry Heninger I ro -3JHAH( t tXHAH MAl ''W
Pierce McDuffie and David Frazier here," Faulk said Tuesday while wat- AQ'I9tiv lOJUT
also scored wins, Frazier winning by ching the BHS weightlifters work out. resigned.ball coach Coming is David over Wilson as,head who com-foot- truckers of a!,! ages 1
default when Forests 222 pounder "I've enjoyed the people here, the ttnobnitl I
piled a 30-15( record in 4 years at class
body-slammed him. Saucer fought to and I think David
players, Coach ( ) AA Crescent
a 2-2 draw but Green the last of the Hurse is the best. This was my first will City High School. Faulk II MOt 3A 1O 3DITCIHI
serve much the same capacity at
unbeaten Tornadoes lost to Forest's I
job and it's been a real good ex-
he did
Middleburg here-
Poole 92. perience for me." I' IlnnoH obnel TI

Faulk went through middle schoolin ( xoSOn A
L..W..... S..d 11 JE
.Yto e
10*. TOM PI.KIi( ) olo. Mlllor lilli 107. W. Bradford County before moving to
ollooil 1 (IW) olo "- J,.|_II4. Koolon. (LW) .... Jacksonville and playing football at PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS ,nknW\ TO t:
Englewood and then at Troy State. He
4110 I IwMr
)t also played for the Jacksonville a
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Youth League Firebirds while coaching. -' I / I
; Coach Hurse said Tuesday that he I-3 3 HctfrooM Ante.rrer I'

/ Basketball and Lanier Clyatt will combine to l3Oto 27S" .
the BHS 11.95.
oversee weightlifting team '
: which was scheduled to open its ii: T A at ,oi
Is Underway'' : ...
I' season with an exhibition match \
basketball Wednesday. Dec. 16, at BHS. The Tor- 1--.. FYeae 084..313 NAPA toypickup \ r >I I qM go
The youth l season got nadoes weightlifting season opener is O ""1y q0' of
underway this week at the Old Armory truck t ;
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I J the In jr. Basketball fort 1-13 year olds FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY ONLY '" '11 Solidly constructed Chevrolet, ; I I,
openers were nightTuesdaythe
7 model has:: realistic features -
Celtics nipping the Lasers 60-58 and and interior, including white ., :,.
the Bullets
squeaking;, the 78ers D's1 .
lettered tires -
5652. 'I' grill and wheel '
Shaun Jackson pumped in 32 points covers, trailer hitch and'snape'' : i

for the Lakers whje Emmanuel SuperWeekend Special! action tailgate./. For ages 3 and. ".
Brown added W.'The' Celtics had 3 older. 0 '
players in double figuresIsaac Sim-

mons 24, Cecil Jackson :20, and Troy
Portia 18. al.) i Fish Dinners'for .
4. For the Bullets Levi! (' mmons canned :
; 38 points with Isaac*. Montgomery
chipping in 12. Chris Rppinson led the $4 .. :., ,'. I :
losers with 30 point and Simon Mit- : ; ':.' .,'( I
chell added 14. T f:' .,. "' ,

Monday' was opening! day for the '
Smallfry league's 8-10.year olds and I : :
l the Sonlcs and Knicki,came out on -S\ 0 a iI

C top. The Sonics topped the Rockets ,
\ 30-20 as Harold Chandler hit 16 and j,
Mitch Gray 17 for while .,. -i.i.I i.f "
11 Roy Shane Jackson was good for 14 I v NAPA toy
for the losers. The KniCks muck past i ,
the Nuggets 36-34 beiund the >>peint ; I f \ ( tractor trailer
scoring of Willis Chandler. Marvin I (

Lane canned 19 and Cray. 8 for, the .. M / 4 an v// Realistic over-the-road fig features a roll-
losers.. t r rear door, adjustable'parking
up COan'ennas
r ....:...S..I*.., i I gear
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( Him H:Owndfer J" Wrta .. Qrty 13. rU* for hauling all those little toys; Solid con-

mondta..+ ft.L falkael,.1.,.-xlJ4oea 4; DaaN 'nclj I., ) I .. structlon. For ages 3 arid older.

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IUI[-1Y.11.J.MIHo\ ljl IJIWlr; fjJ\ [ 1JMr.t. llIJlr 1f fl\1!I:' 1JIIf ""lMIl Cml11l1o Imdi ,jrr ...11IJ( ..
Lawtey Newsby .(,
J Mrs. Fred Moore spent a week with Hampton Hilites
Christmas with his
spend parents
44: her sister Mrs.
;; Ii" Cecil Wade and '1r> t' S
I brother Bruce Mr. & Mrs. Emory Eunice, and other '

I : : Elizabeth Terry relatives in Tampa.Boyer Bruce and is in other isolation relatives. On Dec. 11 Cynthia Casner, and f Justin'-WKdsworfjt'jtnd SeanTSmith
by Delores Meng
I?:. Phone 78Z-3300. In University Mr. & Mrs. Fleam Starling were Joseph Griffis were 6 and Kirk served scorekeePers forthistarent.Everyone .
Community Phone
., Hospital with Our Tuesday supper guests of their son Williams was 12 years old. appreciated the effortaof
personals: prayers are with pneumonia.him. and daughter-in-law, Mr. & Mrs. Beth Kennan celebrated her 6th birthday the 7th graders In serving orange
1 Merry Christmas and Happy New Deron Franklin Starling and family of Senior Citizens and Rhodenwas punch and popcorn for,refreshments.
Eunice, son of Mr. & Mrs. The Hampton Senior Citizens Club on Dec. 12, Macey ,
aU the staff the
to Telegraph ,
Year Bryceville. I'
Emery Eunice, spent with will hold their last 10 on Dec. 12. '
Saturday meeting of 1981 at
and to everyone who gave me an itemof Mr.& Mrs. Lonnie Teston are both ''
his grandparents Mr. & Johnny Hernandez was 6 on Dec 13, Prison
Mrs. Ministry SeminarS
Harold the City Hall on Friday, Dec. 18 at 2
news during the past year. Eumce. laid up with the flu. Our prayers are and Rev. Raymond Williams
Miss Arthurine Blanchard visited i with them. p.m.Children's S By Adventists
Mr. Mrs. Robert McClellan and Christmas celebrated his birthday Dec. 13.
sister. Miss Enza Blanchard Mrs. Craig Carroll of Boca'Ratonflew Party
her at
son Jeff Mitchell celebrated her 9th
Baker Nursing Home were Sunday dinner guestsof to be present at her The Hampton Women's Club is Angle A seminar on prison ministry will
Macclenny on up Friday
Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. their parents Mr. & Mrs. Lea Mp- niece's, Miss Allison Hayes, weddingon hosting a Christmas Party for the birthday. on Dec. 16. be held at the Starke Seventh-day
Clellan. Girl Award
returned children of the Hampton area. Scout Adventist Church, Dec. 19, from 11
Connie Moseley and daughter Saturday night. She
of Maxville Mrs. Kelly Luke and daughter Erin, home Sunday.We Festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Brownies invested from the Hampton a.m. through the afternoon, according -
were on
Tammy Friday '
overnight guests of her parents Mr. & and sister Lynn Whaley,were Sunday, are happy to report that Mr. Monday, Dec. 21 at the City Hall. It is area on Nov. 5 were Angelina to Pastor Robert L. Fuller.
Mrs. Harold Eunice. dinner guests of their grandmother, Britt Rosier is able to be out of Brad- hoped that Santa Claus will be on Crews Kelly Cribbs, Danielle Hersey- The church is I located' on Bethel

Chief D. R. Brown of Bermuda will Daisy Mrs. Nellie Boch.Wilkinson and aunt, Mrs ford County Hospital. He is at the hand. with gifts for the kiddies. and Jessica Mary Wood.Fisher and Kim Rowlandwere Baptist Church Road (C-230 A) just

.be home Dec. 21 to spend the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Girl Scouts north of Bethel Baptist Church on the
\ Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Hardee visited The Hampton Brownie and Junior second year Brownies receiving East side of the road.
::Christmas holidays with his family. their Mr.'& Mrs. Cedric Rosier. Lets continue ,
: Mr: & Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. & to pray for him. Girl Scout troops shared a float in the Brownie uB' and other patches. "We hope that all who are at all interested
: Jack Estes visited some friends of Mrs. Lacy Norman on Saturday Miss Allison Hayes and Mr. Archie Christmas parade in Starke on Dec. S. Brownieufly-aps" and patches to in fulfilling the command of
night. They were pleased that their float Juniors were awarded to Angela Mit- Christ 'I was in prison and visitedme
Mrs. Estes of Brunswick, Ga., Mr. & Rosier were married Saturday nightat ye
: Mrs. Claude Revels was a Sunday won the second place prize of $35. chell, Cheryl Thomas and ,Jill will be there Pastor
Mrs. Alton Jones on Wednesday on dinner the home of his parents, Mr. &Mrs. says
their 50th wedding anniversary. guest of her grandparents, Mr. Cedric Rosier.' They wish to thank Elmer"Jones for Powers. Fuller.
Mr. Ie Mrs. Dave Kelly and & Mrs. Les McClellan. Mrs. Barbara Watts spent the the use of his trailer for the float. Also Juniors invested were Donna The program will begin with a sermon -
.Justin and Brannon, of Jacksonville sons Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Jones and their weekend with her sister,Mrs. Jeannie the help of parents in assembling the Lackey, Marie Long, Sandy. Friese by Pastor Bill Morris which is
the weekend with their grandsons, Still and Whit Suber, of Biles of Miami. float is appreciated.On and Tracy Youngblood. entitled, "Do You Have An Anchor?"

.spent Mr. & Mrs. George Kelly parents, with Columbia, S.C. spent the weekend Mr. & Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Jr. are Dec. 10' these girls and their Junior girls as a Troop earned their Following the sermon, there will be a

Miss Debbie Scott was transferred Mrs. their mother and grandmother, living with their' son-in-law and 'sponsors visited the Starke. Nursing First Aid badges. They were Mindy covered dish dinner at the home of
Flossie Rosier. Home to sing Christmas carols with Hersey, Cassandra Fisher, Deanna of the church members and thenan
:. to Union General Hospital, Lake Mr. daughter, Mr. & Mrs. Tony Hodgesand one ,
Butler and is getting along fine. Our and Claud Revels and sons, DeWitt drive back and forth to work in the other area troops. The Brownie Oailey and Sandy Friese. They "Awareness" meeting In the
Brett, visited his mother Mrs. received recognition for badges earn
are with her. Jacksonville while they are remodel- and Junior troops made Christmas awareness session questions will be
: prayers. Mrs. Harold Eunice visited her Margie Revels of Jacksonville on Sun- ing his mother's (Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, pins shaped like bells to give to the pa ed on their own efforts outside the answered regarding the why's and

sister Mrs. Linnie Harris of Maxvilleand day.Douglas Eunice of Sr.) house where they plan to live. tients. Each: pin had a jingle bell at- Troop activities. how's involved in ministry to peoplein

other relatives on Friday. Tenn. Chattanooga, We are happy to report that Donald tached. our prisons and their families.
will be
home Friday Dec. 18 toLegal Wilkison was. able to return home Today, Dec. 17, these girls are hav- Ilampton Elementary School Pastor Bill Morris has had .

Saturday after having had bronchial ing their Christmas party and gift exchange years of experience In prison

J". ''Mij pneumonia in St. Vincent's Hospitalin The Brownies' have made Christmas Holidays ministry including eight years as a
; -. Jacksonville. Our prayers are with special gifts for their families to enjoy. Students and faculty will enjoy chaplain at Jackson State Prison
during the holidays. school holidays the weeks of Dec. 20 Jackson Mich. He is currently
j r t p '. him.Mr. through Jan. Teachers have a
James Ellison of Jacksonville 4-11 Club associated with Jesus Behind Bars
f ,' '; .,.,. visited Petty Officer 1st Class and The Green Leaf 4-H Club held their Planning Day scheduled for Jan. 4. Inc., as chaplain.

> ,"); Mrs. Joe Harris and family on Sun- meeting on Dec. 10 at the home of Children will be expected back at Jesus Behind Bars, Inc. is a lay
Mrs. Mary Jean Newman. Andy Red- school ready for a new beginning in faith ministry founded in the Spring of

,} '.r day.Mrs.. Gary Wheeler and her mother, ding gave the American Pledge and learning on Jan.S.Basketball. 1979 and asked by the Seventh-day
aw. : Mrs. M. D. Craspe. Sr. visited her Brenda Bawek gave the 4-H Pledge; TournamentOn Adventist North American Division to

,..y : daughter-in-law, Mrs. Bruce Craspeand They saw an interesting film about that very cold and windy Fri- amalgamate the Seventh-day Adventist
-: "?, new son Phillip James in Riverside -' associating and working with other day, Dec. 10, students from the 4th, Prison Ministries that are already
Hospital, Jacksonville on people. Refreshments of cookies and 5th, 6th and 7th' grades under the existing as well as to reach out and

..." Wednesday.Mr. punch were served following the direction of'Millie Gatanos, Physical expand to prisons not being server).
& Mrs. William King and meeting. Education teacher, participated in The public is invited to attend
daughter Tiffany'and her friend Lisa, VisitorsMr. the Bradford County Elementary

came down Sunday from Jacksonvilleand & Mrs. Steven Earnest of School Basketball Tournament. '
Jy were dinner guests of Mr. & Mrs. Jacksonville visited his parents Mr. Students from Brooker, Starke Morgan Rd. Church

Tony Hodges and Mr. & Mrs. B. L. & Mrs. Wallace Collins on Saturday. Elementary and Southside School Hosts Christmas Nite

Wilkison, Jr. Scott Clark visited his parents, Mr. came to Hampton Elementary. for
WogxlenCassel' e Mr. & Mrs. Reggie Norman of & Mrs. Connie Clark, Sunday. He is this occasion. Morgan Road Baptist Church in-
Ichtucknee Springs, and Mr. & Mrs. employed at the Tampa Bay Downsas Hampton's 4th & 5th grade boys vites you to their Christmas Program

the ACCessor1QS Bobby Norman were supper guests of a horse trainer. came in third place. Playing were Wednesday, Dec. 23rd, 7:30:
home.w. For their parents, Mr. & Mrs. Truman Birthdays Jimmy Long Rob Powers, Mark p.m. at the church. Come join us!

.. Norman on Wednesday night. Dewey McClellan celebrated his 7th Rhoden, Billy Horne, Robert
Puzzles Mr. Henry Smith's back surgerywas ,birthday on Dec. 10. Kimberley Morehead, Kevin Clark, and Allen

delayed until Thursday, Dec. 17 Smith had a party in celebration of Rogers. Duffy Performs
Games because of other complications.Mr. her 12th birthday which occurred on Those helping Hampton boys win With Eckerd ChoirPam
Gifts Jim Haga visited Mr.: Henry Dec. 13. Sandra Aviles was 7 years tst place'were 6th & 7th graders: Sid
Christina Sig Smith in Baptist Hosptial, Jacksonville old Dec. 10.Evergreen. Russell, Stacey Paladino, Mike God- Duffy, daughter of Mr. and

on Sunday afternoon. .... win, Harold Mitchell, Andy Frey, Mrs. Martin Duffy, Starke. performed -
lien p OCkings Henry Hodges and son Mark were Johnny Underwood and Brad Snow. on Dec. 6 )in the Eckerd Choir

ills Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gloria ;;; >.!r ,,'1..'''' 1. ....'.>!!(:6';1 The Hampton 4th & 5th grade girls Winter Concert in Eckerd's Griffen
Pins rHu Crews. attaining second place were: Sharon Chapel. Directed by William E.

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Jr. Godwin, Tina Stewart, Polly Woods Waters, the performance featured

: : and son Bobby of Jacksonville were Baptist Church: Nicole Clark, Ginny. Bennett and "Magnificat" by Pergolesi, as well as
FfOP lan .
Ornaments + 'Sunday dinner guests of their parents, Evergreen Baptist Church will behaving Michelle Wood. a number of Christmas carols. The
r Mr. & Mrs. Donald Wilkison Sr. their Christmas play Monday, The following Hampton 6th & 7th choir was accompanied on the piano

much snorer '' Mry Mr. &Mrs. M. D. Craspe Sr. visited Dec. 21 at 7:30: pm. The Juniors will grade girls were successful in attain- by Gloria Bolivar.
their son and daughter-m-iaw, Mr &. also have their Christmas play on this ing'second place: Kim Smith Tam- Duffy, a freshman at Eckerd, is a

Mrs. Bruce Craspe and the new son in bight. Everyone is cordially welcometo my Peeples, Tracy Youngblood. Kylie soprano in the choir. She is majoringin
their home on Saturday night. come join' in the fun. Jordan, and Angie Ford. psychology. Duffy' 'performed

.,n n -.I1..- .,......'._... .. ...... 1 11V Y 1111 ,.-......... +e/11",-, .. .J1 AI M,rar/lA ....._......M.."".u.'P' .".....r.. .... ... ._- ... ..- -.. .-. ._- .' loeaHy4 h..chUP.. hoip. or.four
.," Puppet Mittens years and )in her school choir for one

I $2.49 eachOffice year. A graduate of Bradford High

NoticeSm,1J,11mm, '1JIJ'J' 'IIJJI"IIIIIJI 1'IIJJI7IJI! 17"111 1111 1 1'IIIJI71111"I'J:1111] 1111111111IrrIIGrIJII.rr.NOTICE .".ussr =: :IIln1IJr! Shop School, she is attending Eckerd on a
110 W. Call St. church and campus scholarship.
IN THE ClK, .,T COURTOF STATEMENT OF oi the Rules and Regula DUERSTOCK. whose address THIS NOTICE to file any OF ACTIONTO will be token against you Christmas Door Hangers
FLORIDEIGHTH NONDISCRIMINATIONContinental tions. is P.O. Box 1086. objections they may for the relief demandedIn
Eaton Stationary
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT; IN Itchg 12/17 Starke, Florida 32091. have that challenge the : Unknown Father the Petition.DONE $2.19 box $9.00 C reg. $11.33));
AND FOR BRADFORD Telephone Co. The name and address of validity of the decedent'swill Address Unknown AND ORDERED Office Shop
Office Shop
COUNTY. of the South. Florida NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S the personal representative's the qualification of And to Whom It May Gainesville, Alqchua 110 W. Call St. 110 W. 'all St.
$S.N.O.' 8I4I8CATO SALE attorney are set the personal representative Concern County. Florida this 14th. 964-5764
yi has filed with the forth below. or the venue or YOU ARE HEREBY of December 1981. 96..5764"J
H :i.t.ri! fhT461RISES( Federal Government a Notice Is hereby given All persons having jurisdiction oi the court. NOTIFIED that the Petition day A. CURTIS POWERS .... ..Ls"l,.., x.......r...rr" a".'.....5.4.,......,-..,.'....L'"'.-.../n.l 1c'"1.t'.f''--':r1?')...,,.........".. ,....."'.-....f.i.l- ANrJ' -.
INr Compliance Assurance that I I. Dolph E. Reddish claims or demands ALL CLAIMS for Adoption hat Clerk of the Court

Da CAPTAIN CLEAN. In which It assures the as sheriff of Bradford against the estate ore DEMANDS. AND OBJEC been filed by Russell Vincent By: Yvonne Clark
intiff Rural Electrification Administration County Florida, under required. WITHIN THREE TIONS NOT SO FILED Bowen and Cynthia Deputy Clerk
v. lp _i that it will 'and by virtue of Writ of MONTHS FROM THE Will BE FOREVER. BAR Williams Bowen for the Respectfully submitted

WI AM HARRELL and comply fully'with all re Execution to-wit: DATE OF THE FIRST RED.Date adoption of Colin law Offices of {
GL DA HARRELL ,,. quiratnentsof Title' Vlol, Execution Issued out pi PUBLICATION OF THIS of the first Michael Bowen a white MOLLICA S VIPPERMAN 1 T14EI
wiie, Vlendants. *.I.-" thaiyll, !l Rights-Act of County Court ,oi Duval NOTICE to file with the publication of the Noticeof male child born 26, June, SALVATORE D. MOLLICA OFt'ICi
** '''-< 196.4 and the'Rules and County. Florida pursuantto clerk of the above courta 'Administration: 1981 Cincinnati, Ohio Counsel for Petitioners Picture 'f olMassts

Regulations of the a Final Judgement for. written statement of 121781. whose natural mother I I. 609 NE 1st Street
DTICE OF ACTION Department, ,ol Barnett Bank of Jacksonville any claim or demand Gertrude L. Duerstock Kimberley Ruth Adams: P.O. Box 694Gainesville ( """'
,Agriculture" issued Florida and they may have. Each Personal RepresentativeEstate and you are required to Florida Frames
Glenda Harrell thereunder; the-end against Thomas H. Harris claim must be in writing of: serve a copy of your 32602 c

R Box 170 that ,no person in the Jr., defendant In the and must indicate the Joseph Eugene, answer or pleading to ((904)) 377.8000 1/2 Price'
Ic e City, Fla. United, Stales shall on amount ,of $703.90 basis for the claim the the Petition on the Peti
3 S the ground ol race color together 'with costs of name and address of the ATTORNEY FOR PER-, tioner's Attorney, 12/17 4tchg' J/07
orI ; or national origin, be collection. creditor or his. agent or SONAl REPRESEN- SALVATORE' D.MOLLICA. .
I Colle r excluded from participa. Have seized and haveIn attorney and the TATIVE: .. ESQUIRE 609
S k. a- tion in, be denied the my possessslon the amount claimed. If the JOHN D. MIDDLETON. N.E. 1st Street P.O. Box
I ; I benefits of, or be otherwise following described per claim is not yet due, the P.O. Box 1086 Stark., 694. Gainesville Florida
J' ::" 'I. subjected| to sonal property to-wit: dote when it will become Florida 32091, Telephone 32602 and file the
Y :.': I 'D' discrimination in the 1979' Dot sun due shall be stated. If 904.964.5200. original answer or

N FI '-art.action,, conduct of its program '''# 2dr the claim Is contingent or 12/17 2tchg12/2'" pleading in the oiliest of REAL ESTATE S ERR.
for Is .nt: of and the operation of its ,,. VIN: unliquidated the nature the Clerk of the Circuit
LI hds.b.dn3411jed'' 'facilities. Under the KHLB3105009S9 oi the uncertainty shall IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Court on or before the BUYS FAULKNER
ag in.t property In Brad.' Assurance, this As the property of the be stated- the claim Is THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 21st day of January
is commit. above named defendart .secured the security CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
lord CountyfPloridomo'I organization 1982. If you fall to do '0. f! REALTY
portieulaclydescribed ,ted not to discriminate and that on Monday the shall be described. The AlACHUA COUNTY the (judgment by default *
11th day of January claimant shall deliver FLORIDA :
as follows. : against any person on I
." the ground of race, col 1982 at on. o'clock on sufficient copies of the Case: No. 81-2797-CA SSI-SOBS m
Continence\*' at a point oi or-or national origin if sold day on the premisesof claim to the clerk to Division: D. ,

the.N 1/4" of SE 1/4. of Nt its policies and proctlcei the Bradford County enable the clerk to mail flN THE MATTER OF l '.f a '
l/4. tin. wher. it in' relating to applicationslor Jail I will offer for sale one copy to each personal THE ADOPTION OF: Com See Us. the Easterly service or any other and sell to the highest representative.All COLIN MICHAEL BOWEN
bidder for cash In hand We've Changed Our Name, ,I 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
and practices InterestedIn
boundary of Col ley Road policies persons
-- ------ -- OFFICE HOURS:
lor a point of Beginningand relating to the treatmentof the above described property the estate to whom a -. But Not Our Service .
and Of said defendantto of this Notice of Administration Monday. Friday 9-5 Satuiday9.12noonOffice
beneficiaries participants copy
continue East alongthe I IRORIMD NICE NEIGHBORHOOD goes with this 3 a.. I'BA
Including rates, satisfy the aforesaid has It been
North.rly line of home. Fenced-ln back yard..133.100.:
II...of SE 1/4. of NE 11.. conditions and extensions Execution. mailed are required OWNER FINANCED 3 BR, I BA home. Nice corner Space for Rent
150, lest to a point of service, use oi Dolph E. WITHIN THREE MONTHS lot$27.500. run South' and any of Its facilities, attendance Sheriff Bradford Florida FROM THE DATE OF THE REALtY FOR RENT 3 BR, 1 IA home. Hardwood floors BESSENT ROAD-Ov.r 40V frontage, brick veneer 3 large
parallel to the aforesaid 'at and participation County FIRST PUBLICATION OF Ii' bedrooms, 2 baths, newly decorated with
12/17 4tchg 1/07 NICI LOT 3 RR. I BA home. Washer and dryer Includ- lovely pool
Northerly boundary to, in the conduct Phone 964-7700 ......12.500. patio and'fenced, back yard., 9% ASSUMABLE. MOR
the Easterly boundary ofColl.y : ol' this organization.who TO Hn. BcksM press erAt J393 N. TemptftLH ( AV S+Utt INVESTMENT PROPERTY 2 BR rental' home, rents for TGAGE. '
Road to the Point -'Any person IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
believes, himself or any ... 9t---. $150.00 per month. Priced te sell at ..11000. I
ol Beginning. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FOR SALE distance
specific class of individuals I.MarkV.Olin.owneiof -I 1/4 ACRE PARCELS on Bessent Road owner walking to everything.
FLORIDA PROBATE it Well Planned BR family Chain link fenced yard. Large EXCELLENT TERMS.
and you or. required to to be sub.Jected DIVISION 'Olin's Mobile Home hom.e with all modern .
by this organization canvenlences e 2 BEDROOM HOME FOR RENT$175.00 month. 1 st and
.rv. a ol your File No. 81-123-CP ,am going to per
copy S
to discrimination on plus acre.. last months rent required. THRU 'ACRES beautiful" building sit... .SOO. GOOD
written delenses. if Division 1.3361 "
any pick-up your mobile Priced to sell. Shawn .
to HAYNES ENTERPRISES prohibited by Title VI of IN RE: ESTATE OF home unblock disconnect by Merry Christmas toAll TERMS.
the Act and the Rules
ol. and Regulations Issued Deceased. utilities, pull up anchors *3 Bedroom Home. In ASSOCIATES CHERRY .STIIEEf.Throe bedroom frame home., Only
in car. with Terry A. Galnes-712-3988 Kay C.*..... 941
JOSEPH H. FORBES, Es thereunder may by NOTICE OF put on 2 axles and country 2-plus acres $11,000.9'6% ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE.
.. Attorn.y for Plain. himself or a .representative ADMINISTRATIONTO 4 tires, bring it to Olin'aMobile Stove, refrlg.. drapes and Linda W.Johns-M-M97 Robby Smlth-944-7t4. '4.
III. with the heater Included, Just Keen Stanley-473-3045 Ann W.Godwln-'....."" LARGE OLD HOME-Goed
tiff;Post Office Box '13. All PERSONS HAV- Home Sales lot .. I condition. Over on* acre, verle-
Gainesville, Florida Secretary of Agriculture ING CLAIMS OR, and Charge you for those : $27,500.00. Patsy Lowson-'..-"27 Norman Heddlng-944-5944. I ty of trees. end .hru..... Zoned IP,
Washington D.C. 20250 .2 Bedroom Ho_ with Philip W, Clerk REALTOR
32602, on or before the DEMANDS AGAINST THE services. I will .also :
Sth day of January 1982. or the Rural Electrification ABOVE ESTATE AND All .II modern conveniences. BUSINESS PROPIRTV-M'x40'... concrete black law Interest1st
,and fil. the original with Administration, OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED charge you$2.00 per day Nice landscaped yard en _rtgag.. '
the Clerk of this Court. Washington D.C. 20250, IN THE ESTATE to store it plus all or any Paradise lake:

either before service on or this organization or YOU ARE HEREBY occurrences that may '*3 BR Trailer with I 'ecreof m 21. MOTIl-15 units, living quarters., restaurant,with ell fun
counsel of Plaintiff or all a written complaint.Such NOTIFIED that the administration : come along In storing lend allure! and equipment.'Owner financing at 8%.
immediately thereafter complaints must 'of the your bowie I am goingto I." Ac. Lot across. from
otherwise Default flied not later than 90 state of Joseph Eugene NEIGHBORHOOD PROPERTIES.. REALTORU.S.
Waldo Flea Market.
for Zoned
charge all
alter the alleged you In Improved pasture and pert wooded. with
will be entered against days West deceased Is pen far trailers $$.000. 25 "
back lot rent and late % lerge pl_.Mobile home Included. ,
discrimination or by 301 South .
you for the relief ding In the Circuit Court down 12% mtg.ltf near Bradford Square 964-5231
demanded In th. Com such later data to which for Bradford County. charges that have oc
plaint.. : the' Secretory of Florida Probate Division curred.Plus I will not be Acre $1800.00 per THRIVING BUSINISS-Day Care Center Include* building
WITNESS my hand andseal' Agriculture or the Rural the address of held responsible for any acre 20%-Owner will hold AMERICA'S IIUMBER I lend end seine equipment. '
this 24th. day. of Electrification Administration which Is Bradford County damage or claims cVj "' .eOJ%.. a I Homes and Apartments Per Rent
extends the Courthouse, North Temple Merry Christmas TQPSZUER.CBfTUOT2r. Service
November 1981. thefts that may occurwhile I Property Management *
time for filing. Identity of Storks Please '
Gilbert S. Brown Avenue, Ivenlngst Call Appraisals'SWSSM
I am doing this. .
will be
complainants Florida 32091. VernleOdem, Broker .
Clerk Circuit Court M. '_FeulknerREALTOR450tS.
Iy Beulah Moody kept confidential exceptto The personal' Mark V,.Olin GRI,Phone'........7.. etasic'rnrurv2IRniEusirCorywssxxla.urwarrersb'NAP.! 1 Irene
the.extent Owner 9snltn-Irwtrnwrli.M'' .e..."pnnxnrt'nnredInU5.A. U Feulknen REALTOR-ASJOCIATE-944-S142
necessaryto of the) .
Clerk representative J.R. Kelly Associate
carry out purposes state Is GERTRUDE L.
12/034tchg' 12/30 ,
; '. AND OPERATED. Equal housing Opportunity Y


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Pale 14.TELEGRAPII December 17. 1981
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t: q' Councilman Crosby Fortune Federal in Starke


Will ]Be "GoBetween"In Has a New Manager ;'

Ci / I $ Taking over as officer manager of The Starke branch assistant officeris
., Fortune Federal of Starke this weekIs still Linda Patrick, making a total.
Starke FPL DealingsCouncilman Mrs. Ted'(Alexis) Miller. of six women in the office.
Mrs. Miller started with the then You can surely feel the "woman's
4 First Federal in Starke in 1972. After touch" in the office. Free coffee,

Jimmy ,Crosby 'has; $2,021 Mid-State Orange$2,170, Armco one year she was transferred to ,a as you step into a displayof
drawn the Job of keeping track of Construction $2,480, and Jackson Keystone Heights la December, art work by Millard Judd and Millie
developments In the Starke city com Building Supply of Starke$2,976. 1980, she went to the Gainesville Simmons of Starke and Letrell
mission's effort to gain a parallel 4 branch of the current Fortune Hamilton of Lake Butler and flower
electrical interconnection with Was told by Chamber manager Bill Federal. She returned to Starke in arrangements by Sunshine Florist.
Florida Power & Light. Wilson that the Chamber of Com- if & August of 1S31. New drapes are in on order to help
Mayor Vernon Silcox gave tho merce office has had many phone + s Married LO a compute programmer brighten up the office.
assignment to Crosby at the end 01 calls from residents expressing / + for Clay Electric Co-Op, the
Tuesday night's commission meeting, delight at the new lights on the city Millers have four children and one '
saying' he had talked it over water tank. Wilson thanked the com- i' grandchild. They have lived in Books!It
beforehand with Crosby."I mission for its participation in secur- r Keystone Heights for the past eleven Dr. Seuss,Sesame Street.
think this is important to all of us ing the Nativity scene on display or w.wrt years.Harold. Strawberry Shortcake
as councilmen" said Mayor Silcox, the west side of the old courthouse.Was Davis, the former Starke many more-from $::1.95,
saying Commissioner Crosby will manager, is currently the office Office Shop
chair the interconnection committeeand told the two new leased police manager in Gainesville which Is the 110 W.Call St.
act as a go-between with Attorney cars are due in between Dec: 26 and! largest branch office in north Floridaof B64-S704
Robert Jablon of Washington, D.C. in Jan 1. Fortune Federal.
- - - -
keeping the city abreast of the .
developments.The Heard Commissioner Charles
parallel interconnection will Schaefer report that the one policecar
cost the city over $2 million, but Is a now operating on liquified First United Methodist Church'
Fortune Federal's New Face.
necessary step if the City is to stay in petroleum gas appears to be saving Smiling ..
the electrical power producing about$100 per month.Schaefer said if Belongs to Mrs. Alexis Miller. She's the new Assistant Office Manager at
business, the commissioners say. the trend continues over a 90 day trial the SR-100 savings and loan. Television,, Ministry. Presents:
The two-way tie, allowing Starke to period that it might pay to equip other -
sell electrical power as well as buy it city vehicles to burn LP gas. St. Edwards. Church ,HaIl .- Monday Dec. 21st 8:30: am, Bible Study (Miracles).
from the state-wide
power any grid producer, "can put on the city in a good Was told equipment is on site for the Tuesday Dec. 22nd 8:30: am, Variety
economic position on down the road," Reno HUD project in which water 'BINGO r
Crosby said. and sewer lines are to be extended to Thursday Dec. 24th 10:30: am, Christmas Concerton
"It is the biggest thing in the immediate new areas in the northeast Sti.-ke Saturday'7:30 P.M.
future of the City of Starke," area. 411 N.Temple Ave., SUrke. Fla. Cable T.V. Channel 5
said Commissioner Crosby, and probably
the most important decision Approved expenditure of$120 to buya
this city commission will make. stone marker to be mounted by the '
The city's electrical engineers, flag pole in front of city hall in shop where
R.W. Beck & Associates of Orlando, memory of the late clerk Merrill Ed .IFIIEAGL EI S S scrooge

for are the in the interconnection.In process of preparing. plans wards. saves!

Received a $9,170 refund on the ci- j
other action, the Starke commis- ty's Workman's Compensation in-
sion: surance. The check was delivered by 4
insurance agent George Roberts. Price cut

Took no action Tuesday night to appoint 5' '
a new city attorney followingthe Was told city fireman Erie Biggs is
resignation of George Pierce who enrolled in the 240 hour fire fighting
has been appointed Bradford County course at the Fire College in Ocala. _
judge. Mayor Silcox wants to wait a
Sa %
few days,although he realizes the city Approved the creation of a new eupfo54 >>
needs to act on the matter. laborer's position in the Gas Department
instead of a job titled gas _
Received from Commissioner Jim- mechanic. It'leaves the departmentwith On sale Thursday, Friday & Saturday! 4 '
my Crosby a schedule, staring Feb. 2 one Gas Mechanic 2 and one '
and ending April 6, by which the city laborer, instead of two gas : ,' 'I' .
c- i ls :)i"I
charter will be reviewed for revision. mechanics. :, ; I' ,
Crosby heads the charter revision Commissioners discouraged further .
committee of the council which has mid-year changes in the person-- 'I" III
stated its intention of updating the nel plan, saying they think the change .
Starke governing document and bringing may be looked upon as a pay increase J
into conformance with current rather than a salary tied to a job

state laws.Accepted. description., 1 4 87 ", '...., ..... .
Utility Supt. Merrill Dees in- wJo
was WASiaST I ".-..,'. i G c ..
the low bid of Thomas structed to tell his department heads p. .t'
Metals of Lake Butler for 60 feet of that further changes just a few mon- 4-FT. FLAME RESISTANT L c.p. ...(
for the ditch ths after the .
large corrugated pipe personnel plan was
Molded plastic. to assemble r : > .r-\
which runs through Saratoga Heights adopted will not be looked upon tree stand Included. ry 1f TIMEX \-1--\\ .3. ,
from US-301. Thomas Metals bid favorably by the council.I ,;
,1- ,' ,
). :" ,...... ,
Eagle's Regular prtoe 19 MEagle's -
Sale Price 1888 """ 1. ..... .
Southstie News. ty Less Proctor Sllex
Elementary .. Rebate 3.00 E H

Coming Events Wasdin. She has been at our school (,sa\t'tul, ot. .OO'', saVe u.'l, oo: 's'ave'EJOQ: : APPLIANCES, CLOCKS, EtECrTRONICStiSAVEiUPirait.OJ: (

during the dates of Oct. 25 to Dec. 11. >.. PROCTOR SILEX A. 4-h-1 FULL COLOR VIDEO "
Friday, Dec. 18 Last school day 1988 E. AM'FM 88
before Christmas Holidays. Mrs. Bagwell will graduate on Dec. 19 INDOOR LIGHT SET WAS,2.97 TOR 788 10 CUP BREWER
with high honors from the Universityof 9ROSS B. AC/DC CASSETTE RECORDER 4788 F. COMPACT. FOLDING HAIR
Monday, Dec. 2 thru Jan. 4 88
Christmas Holidays. Teachers returnon Florida, School of Education.! ELECTRONIC MUSICAL BELLS**!I 488' WAS],U8 YOUR 13 88 WITH EARPHONES WAS 21.88 | f DRYER, LIGHTWEIGHT 1

Jan.4, students return on Tuesday, Mrs. Dea Paterson's second grade PLAY 12 CAROLS. WEPE: J9.68 e.TRIKE 1688 COST FINAL WAS C. TIMEX EASY-TO-REAO C88 WATCHES MARCEL FASHION FOR
4888 ALARM CLOCK WAS 8.86 1688,02988
and Mrs. Terri Prevatt's third grade 9 ROLLS OF WRAP 327' FOR KIDS 2 to 10 cup auto
Friday, Dec. 18, Physical classes enjoyed a Christmas party T PAPER AND 2 FOIL WAS Mf DISC. PRICE cotfeemaker, two brew.Q',WITH AM/FM PORTABLE RADIO 1 88 H. GB. IRON Jfht A8Y-STEAM AMD
Education instructors, Miss Gayle with their adopted grandparents at
Lee and Mr. Buddy Revels will direct the Starke Nursing Home on Friday, r i i
Decathlon events for the fourth and Dec. 11. Cookies and punch. were en- $
fifth graders at Southside during their joyed by all. 4
P.E. scheduled times. Winners will be
given trophys. Events featured will An added treat of a ,
include: distance run, 50-yard( dash sculptured art doll heads were givento ,
high jump, obstacle course, field goal each child. The sculptured heads
kicking, sack race softball throw, were a project done by residents,
basketball shooting rope jumpingand nurses and Mrs. Beverly McGee. The
running long jump. two classes would like to again thank REBATE! _
Southside has been fortunate to Mrs. McGee and the staff at the !aale Sale price 2/3.04Sytvanla
have Mrs. Shirley Bagwell serving Starke Nursing Home for the many Rebate 1.00. "t
her internship in Room 1 under the hours they spent making the gifts for Your Cost 2/2' 04save2SfJ .
supervision of Miss Monterey the children. !, ': ;save: 1,80, saveu: *,.;24% : / 1 e .

INlliSN'Dlo I WERE O J.39' 2 o F R 294 12a? 196,\\\IAS.9 Doll' 888 WAIII 1888 TONI YOUR CHOICE WERE 1. 297 to 588 244 to 488 294to 894

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22S t to Locations Convenient solve you!, STARKE *. KEYSTONE" :HEIGHTS ::

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Presideui< f Bradford-Union Realtors
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by Mike CooneyBCT :."',;11; '., \.',. :......!'', <\, ''., '1 I Ii ".'
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: { Mrs. Vernie Odom was inducted as : :. H: ,
e'f{ 1982 president of the BradfordUnionBoard : : I (', '!ll.'
tl'v, ". of Realtors at the group's ser -; J. "... "" ,$, ',
r cond annual Christmas party awards "j" 1 1} : '
...JN banquet Friday,Dec.11,at the Starke l' \ i.\..:- .", ,.. ,',i,, '.
; Golf and Country Club. ;.!;'\{:li.: ', 'oIilf \'!-' .
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Officers sworn In for the new year ."
were Vernie Odom, president, Janet Ij II
I Starling vice-president, Jane Usher, ,
secretary .and Susan Faulkner

aa Directors for the new year are-
M. : Cecelia Terwilleger, Lillian Pearson,
e i Phillip Clark and Harriett Maines.
"For this being our second year asa
board we've had a very gOO says Lillian Pearson,out-going'presl-
I dent for '81.
I "We have begun a Realtors round
table (where the members of the
Board discuss subjects pertinent to L _
real' estate transactions in the "r;:' "'" "15--:: t- "'-WI'' -

2-county area), started caravaning A New Board of Realtors...
(where offices cooperate by showing The new Board of Realtors inducted at last week's banquet Is: from left to right, Susan Faulkner treasurer Jane
their listings to other offices) and we Usher, Secretary Janet Starling Vice-President Vernie Odom. President Bob Bossen (speaker for the evening),
are now working on forming a
a, Listing Service, which will give and new directors Lilllan'Pearson. Phillip Clark, Cecilia Terwillegar and Harriett Maines (not pictured).

our listings even greater coverage"'
-" Mrs. Pearson went on to say.
Speaker for the evening was Bob
Outstanding Realtors... Bossen of Jacksonville. Bossen is Goodbye Pilot Light!
Outgoing President Lillian Pearson (center) presented achievement plaques 1981 Florida Association of RealtorsEducation'
to Janet Starling (left) as Realtor of the Year and Terry. Gaines(right) Chairman, past district I
Associate of the Year. vice-president and 1982 FAR director.
as Realtor
.. .. Bossen discussed the changes which The Energy Miser SystemMeet
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will be taking place within the Real
Estate industry in the next few years -Whirlpool gas furnace with the Energy
and the need for todays realtors to Miser system. It's designed to help conserve fuel. It
change their methods of selling and"- features direct spark ignition instead of a standing
listing in the to come.
In addition years to speaking Mr. Bossen pilot light. An automatic vent damper to help keep "'
presented both the Realtor of the : heat from going up the chimney and a night setback
year, Realtor-Associate of the year thermostat to raise and lower temperatures auto I i iis"
awards and swore in the new officers
3'7 and board members for the new year.' matically. You couldn't afford to be without onel -
e4T' The Realtor of the Year and Realtor; .
t Associate awards honor board .L CWii> 'r
'' INA1 & members who are'felt by their peers t
on the board to have given,in terms of i
service;more than is expected. Whirlpool
1 Receiving the award for Realtor of .
I the year was Janet Starling -of.
:L.I.m L.I. Lawtey. Mrs.Starling has her own office \
in Lawtey and has served as Hayes Electric & Air Conditioning
secretary on the Board and will be the
incoming vice-president. 355 N. Temple Ave. 964.8744
Recipent of the RealtorAssociatesaward
4 was Terry Gaines.. Gaines has .".. \
t f' See Realtors Page SB .... ;' "1

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\\o\\atS Compare. this 1982 ONLY

12x68 Eastwood f Model) 2307 all the $1296

and Incoming....
Outgoing Mn.Vernie Odom right and Mrs.Lillian Pearson are exchanging seats on to need for a long time. Set up & Del.
the Bradford-Union Board of Realtor with Mrs.Odom taking over the Presi home you are going
dent's role that Mrs. Pearson served In this year. Mrs. Odom presented her
predeccesor with a plaque In appreciation for service as President.

r't buy

Rhythmic Aerobics, ,Inc. 1981 Sandpoinf14x60 anything until you

Coming to Starke Jan.. 5

No. 0450 talk! to John Brawn

Rhythmic Aerobics is a physical fitness program designed all total Elec., Delux furniture
to improve the cardiovascular system. It was started by deai.Regt11,869.30'
Nancy Kabriel in 1975. She taught on the Physical Education pkg., Frost Free He will beat any

staff of Oral Roberts University. She then started her. $ "
I I, aerobic training with Dr. Kenneth Cooper at the Aerobic refrig. | | 469 Come see him

Institute in Dallas, Texas. From there she developed

Rhythmic Aerobics to couple her love for dance with a program Set up & Del.
that is reaching out to thousands of people of all ages today

'across the nation. Through the teaching of 'instructor '. .
clinics for the past six years, the Rhythmic Aerobics staff 1981 Nobility'r 1J.
has certified approximately 6,000 instructors in 40 states '. ; "- --
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and four foreign countries. ; ,
14x60 2 BR Front Kitchen I : ,
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The routines are choreographed to lively and motivating c I -

music;combining motor skills.jogging,dance and various Frost Free Refrig., Delux _
exercises. Classes will start Tues., Jan. 5, 1982 at St. Ed ;
ward's Church Hall. The'eight week. course is $25.00. Furniture Pkg. -

Classes are every. Tues. and Thurs. from 3:45-4:45: or .
530630. For ages 13 and up,you can register. the first day '
of class or call Pat Sutter at 473-2674. : 14,164
Set up & Del.

1 .. 14x60 Eastwood .1131111 8"13"' "

2 BR, Front Kitchen, No. 2647, M Dbi.
Total Elec., Frost Free Refrig.! I'fffl


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WHEAT BREAD . 16-01.LOAF 69c / j \ J16

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Sauce .2 16aa. *]00 '..iRAHJ
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THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE IT ,- uMlll..agb Nwxia Md.e. _
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Dog Chow : . 25-l1 IAO'\ $6" Waffles . .. 10w.PKO... .59 Pumpkin Pie. . : a' x119

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W.Y. STRIP STEAKS . $299 S / jj i I THRIFTY t ... s '.


CHUCK ROAST lB. $189 1( 5H0RT l 4z CAN o:. 1

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HAM . L., *1" VAWE STAMPS s Leg iV Lamb LL $2" 1111uI / .

: CUBE STEAKS . u.$3'q Shoulder . Lt. '1" 1 TOP VALUE STAMPS 1Tt
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I ; Businesses... : Flourish in'Starke'Area. ," :; ,, I

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o \" are the most popular tints accordingto \ ,, f." 'o\;,' \\I r1'r't T"
I As you drive thru Stark*'you maybe ., ,
"O \ ." 1 t ...,.. \ SUmner. ; );...1. /
of changeS, new businesses
; aware
\ i'pt scattered around town,with some:: The next stop is to harden the glass ;'
j, ',ti3"t.t"'N ..: ,' /" ". !1i1',. changes are( in existing businesses by putting it Into'a kiln, type oven ". J .
T Relocated 238 S. Walnut th"): I 1.1';' flowers By Larry, 'under'' thelnew.' device called polariscope is used to ,*' ""\, .., ,

............ ,"d, J ,.,**name of Sunshine Florist. The florist'' determine took whether effect.. the, hardening, t'.."J.\".",. '. ')
their Bou- s .
Will continue "Lucky Day ,
One final,check of the hardeningand
< uet" award, once a week they draw ,
... check that 5/8
a safety requires a
from hat the name of a business and
a ,
inch steel ball is dropped down a
the name of,.an individual each will:
hollow 53 inch tube.The ball lands on
r receive a bouquet. 'the lens and if it survives this test,it is NsP
pt d' According to the manager she was ,considered safes
!,4 'sorry to leave Call St. but she and the t
owners are excited about having their It takes approximately one hour to :
hj ,own building in the future. complete a pair of glasses, slightly
.r On the'corner of'Call and'Walnut ,longer if,,they are fitted to'.metal H
j I' Sts. is a new dress shop called Korner. frames. ;i. ,;,
Fashions, owned and operated .by .. Sumner i; worked In I :Jacksonville;
James and Eloulse Starling. .-. grinding lenses at a laboratory from
fr '.!Korner Fashions opened in time for; ;.,;1961 to 1965, then went to 'tVo k.lor a
P'P shopping' !for;the< '
state board license. ;'
ThpEjcglass; :; ;Store-; oW l d'and Sumner is married, he and his wife'
operajed" by; Rodney ;Sumner who Terry have five children.,Terry also. ..yr
lives at Deer:Springs Lake; Keystone keeps the books for the business. t
Heights.! .The.etore has a light airy "
setting 'with'displays of glass frames New business going into the old ;
from all over the world. This is the Phillips' 66 building on south US-301 '
first time a laboratory of this type has will be a gas and convenience store .. ,
located in Starke. called Pep-O Market. I
> Sumner is a licensed Dispensing Bill Heavner and C. E. Powell co- .L
Optician and is a member of the professional owners, from Jacksonville are plan-
opticians of Florida.He ning to open the business by the end of
can make glasses from your this year if all goes well. They hope to
} t prescription or from your old glasses.His offer competitive prices while servingthe
lensomenter scope checks or community according to
n1 j copies glasses if you break you Heavner. I
glasses or if you are Just unhappywith Heavner, wife Betty'and son Billy,
them. are living on Morgan Rd.'in Starke.
Beginning with a block of prescription They hope to relocate in a permanenthome
} glass, Sumner finds the optical in the Starke area soon. n
center with his lensometer. He then
Y places it in his lensgrinding machine w
where the rough edges are hewed Ted Clark and family have been in
down and an approximate lens shapeis the meat-grocery store business for
the 35 years in south Florida
." formed. This is done automaticallyby past
... the glass lathe,but Sumner prefersto .'they: decided to leave ."1. :Me>'er'Ijrcause
exact the finishing touch by hand.If it was growing too fast and
the glass is to be tinted, this is thought a town like Starke would be a
I Ted Clarke of The Meat Store done by dipping the lens in the desired Hood size town to live in. The bought a
shade and heating it. Grey and brown home and alter looking around decided f
to open a meat store on Edwards

"" !Meat Store specializes in our
Good until Dec. 24,1981. \rilotce 01 l cut of meat and they'con-
Hnue to provide the top grade of beet
.Hid pork, using the same company
kit the past 35>ears. Rodney Sumner,
This is a family I business with each

also member cut being and involved.wrap you They personal will Owner of The Eyeglass Store


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I Area Merchants Brace Against Holiday ShopliftersBy "

Tony Uurke And at least one business,that" asked members of group'pocket s.thegoods. meanor, punishable by a maximum "t
BCT Staff Writer not to be identified in this article, A shoplifter will act "nervous Jail sentence of one year- and' a$1,000 Even PfiiFFiINUDlE
Shoplifting is a problem almost employs full time Security personnel.Of and suspicious"( In the attention of a line. .
everywhere in the Bradford,Clay and the twenty businesses contactedfor clerk. "Their eyes roam; they watch And those who are arrested are, andJWGItfr
Union County area, and offenders this article, an overwhelming you,"' says an employee of Andrews photographed and fingerprinted' for 3 A .,.,.."
should be prosecuted. That is what number employees said that they Drugstore. "They quickly leave.the recordkeepinllJ'd'PORl.
the managers and owners of various could easily spot shoplifters. store If they think they're being wat." "It's our policy to prosecute" said Cookie && rtmen/t
retail outlets in the Starke Keystone "We already know who they are," ched. And they don't buy anything Bill Moore of'the newly opened
Heights and Lake Butler are saying. said Donna Solze. "BI, pocketbooks, But, to prosecute or"' pro Lockerroom Athletics in Keystone.
"Sure it's a'problem says Donna coats and bare feet,' adds Norma secute? "We deflnlUy feel that it is a'deter Open Mondays ta dtristp
Seize,manager of the Kenwin Shop on Sweat. Under Florida law a first conviction ( rent.." .
Call St. in Starke. "And yes, it gets Many of the shopkeepers agreed for retail'theft is classified as a Perhaps it is best summed by
worse during the holiday. shopping that shoplifters entered their stores in second degree misdemeanor and carries Charlie Bestoso, who estimated up his Pastry Shop
season." groupsfrom two to'four persons- with it a Jail sentence of notmtore losses at $500 each year from his
Kenwln'aloues',estimated by Solze and then scattered. Sometimes, one than 60 days. or a fine of not more than Western Auto Store In Lake Butler.
to be "about $loo each month"\; ap will create a disturbance on one side $500.' "They' Jail Is where they 138 E. e S St. State 8M-5SM
pt'I8I'to be typical for a clothing outlet. of the store 'to try' and divert the Try it again, and a'second convic- ." wrong;
can'tecattch prevent losses, but you clerk's attention while the other tion becomes a first degree mlsdeA belong. k k '-'. '-' '-'
everything," said Bob

Autrey, of Mitchell's Drug Store, also ... a....__ ... --.. .:. --- .. .:.a ... L I 'L ........ .. .1BL.Black ...s ..1\1\\ ...
on Can St. "Unless we actually see it, =- 4 '=-9'4 '==- 4 ; ::o;.. ... 4 ?6'.r.. .. 0:;.. Y"' ... y 4 --

the only: way we know is by finding an Limited Quantities some Iemelel them while they tact
openea container<< thrown back:on one Decker.
of our display shelves' EL -Sato good( .h/u Dec. 31st 1O8
Autrey says that make-up and
cosmetic items comprise his biggest 7300 5-1/2" COMPACT SAW ;
losses. "Once it's out of the packageand 1m.1
in the pocketbook,. it's hard to '
prove that it wasn't brought into the
store. bUTLI'1'Y
Losses from Mitchell's are
estimated to be $50- $75 per month. .L
Eagles'/ department stores seem to For general purpose use. DISC" & uzJC"ell'
be a favorite target among the sticky Anew concept In power saws:the 5-1/2'ER: Jackson Building; f Supply I
fingered. "We lose an average oftZOperday 5-1/2" blade 5-1/2Ibs. net wt. Great for 7308 71aw

," said Norma Sweat, paneling, plywood,molding,trim work, With Three Locations to Serve You 3195
of Eagles in Starke. "And
manager shelving. The,, first circular saw designed LAKE BUTLER
Just this month, we have caught two steel STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS. For....... ....
for home Sturdy ,
or three shoplifters, and their cases specifically use. ,,,r. U.S. 301 S. Hwy 100 & SR 21 S.W. 6th Ave.
are pending in court." wraparound shoe for added support. 473-4973 4 t-tn"p(TAM. *.... <* *> 8tM. *...*
Eagles in Keystone also reported a .0 HP.(max.motor output). 964-6078 wraparound shoe tar......s.pte't Atoetes
substantial increase In shopliftingover S. Optional n50tce PWe. ......
the holiday season,with one per. 2 9 9 button srana.liewduM .

IOn nabbed during the past week. "It eecttoft t'hute.............sus,
is our policy to prosecute, regardlessof
from cutting kne tort. .ws4rlMb.T.reDouDN
the dollar amount of the item in-
volved,'"' said one employee. Make the Man in Your Life Happy with a trandtrtaat insulatedaduttmont *o S.ew r pi ::=='ostwes
Business operators are not about to
"look the other way"when it comes to | _......eetrty.......
shoplifting. As'expected, most vas
businesses have specific ways to com
bat theft. D Black Decker
"We have locked the front door and
shoppers must enter and exit throughthe I
Florist shop," said an employe. of Power Tool
Keystone Fashions.. s
At Bret and Jerry's, store manager i
Loretta Marchant explained that the a
store layout tends to prevent stealing. 8/ackaflockap VALUE PLUS
"We can see 'everything from up ,
front she said. "This n
keeps are
some losses a minimum"' ; maybe. we lose 7-1/4 In. Circular Saw

At Briers Jewelry and Gem Shop
and at Williams Jewelry; both on Call ..Power lul.5-HP (max.output)motor UmHd Dna "-A.
St.:, all Jewelry is kept behind glass, to -Sturdy Steel wrap around shoe...Two --,-
prevent theft Donna Brier, owner- hand! *for..teactvcontrol 99
manager of Briers, recalled when Bevel and depth adjustment
necklaces were kept on an open Sawdust.|*dlon chut..'..Power lock- 43 1u1( $5
display, shoplifting was a problem. ? off button for added safetyIncludesTUcomblnatlon
The' use of electronic. detection ? blade II $<4.95 RsbebromQ 811ft.L.. -_
equipment "keeps 'em honest" at eg. lack A Decker ...... S ,
Duckys Department Store in 1 REBATE on Value Plus" Power Tools

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had his license for four years, has .
been a member of the board since it's : t E .
beginning, and is an Associate with 7190 If
Century The Board 21. also gave a special This Price D28"ri

award to J.J. Wolbert Jr., attorneyfor Black& Decker _,
the Board for his legal service and
help in forming the group. Reg.$41.OS
n;Mrs. Pearson was presented a plaque Plw YouG.eSSOff e ,/,-..(_..-.1).....,.................
by in-coming president Odom for* t lDJtllClr". MM fffli Q** Q* .CeI-.... ..................... .. O..M........ t
appreciation of her; the This Price Direct from / ..., ..._. ,.......' d
board durJflg-Uie adminjf tratjufMaKtf M Black Decker.fut. c A.Decker ..... Black Si Decksr.
Other awards given out wwwror top \\11':''''''' 1/3-HP(mo .output)motor.Double Insulated
seller andllster of the various offices. f, .Reversing switch...trlgg.r lock...detachable cord
Ite4e Faulkner received 'II arrd' tot,'' ,:.3/8 In. Variable Speed Drill ..Double reduction gearing..4 large 3/8-ln chuck V riable Speed Jig Saw
.ujff. salesperson and! Lucile Spry top'Ir JI JI JI JI
from ERA Michael
man and lister with Janet Star [ For! Cececilia Terwillegar : it. A Great Gift O 8330.

y Wayne DouglaS'was honored ,:,

Mtt'organizational salesmanship ability, Fred withcHlfcal r',.." ,,; Forad e149o. o a a

work, and Ann Nelson for i
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UMbigs work (farming) in her own. Hg. arMKt7T ts.t Mrt... ._.r.wrw....w-..
neighborhood, Geneya Lake Estates. 4Outgoing ,: ,wr.71-233' .. --- -
( President PearsoiKgaVe ; ,q.,"." -- +........w" .:
certificates of appreciation to '81 officers :. .-1'a. 2695 1I .1Iia --tsar I..rwM.._.we
and directors with ,special ; BI ck.11tN:1n1r ____ O. ."t"t.r. .were.-M.r.Metro.w
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thanks and'appreciation 'going to WORKMATE .IWII lteg.S29.95 8--IJI I""" Itt.a..e.r..N.____
Irene Faulkner and Lucile Spry for Poncblo .to....* a numbers Produce r.h.f-c.rv.d ...* ...M.-------..... -..
their chairing the committee on
Work Center Can b.uNd with molt rout r. plaque' decoration*. Repro fuss twr..w..rrwp mwew.
improvement week plus Phillip i Vise.. ._.
Clark for chairing the office caravan- Slngle23"Modal S to prepare accurate, prof- duc..printedpo"em.orlllu. __ ,r.R.._
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I Institutional Investigator Talks About Pris. ll :SystemItaB r, I..J.,"'nJ : 1Laarrrd I

having"tunnel vision" if is is one of'reward'versus* deprivation, characterists of the institution air be-
as a man
After Ball was stabbed the lint
*..a mad awih toa. Xficer-1 he worked approximately Jng upgraded with the '_ fety Jof,*the
time as a correctional'officer he sentenced to 15 years, they see only returning to th Inmate fin Opportunity .
Aslsetsoled.. 1M Bradford very post In the institution, consequently correctional officer_ In mind instead of I
+\ County managed to take the inmate involvedto straight ahead, in 15 years he will be of making decisions. !! '
0SI toots aw effic has the_. he has some very definite out, not caring what to him trm'e 'the! physical the inmate. .
ideas for the pro-training of'correc- the clinic,was treated, changed his happens /At this ; .,,; 1
I sash.rwysrrltbi1rdk.ctBaleentast..le } tional officers. uniform and returned to the hallway. during the time'served. The depart- ,, '. .. -.
i tars cawrt and Florida StateBan This made'an impression on the Inmates ment will no longer support these people
..-. According to Ball no correctional as well as puzzled them. They and they are being phased out., :
tt the lasonalional lavesticatar officer can be expected to be ready saw the officer injured and saw. him '' -INSULATIONSAVE
air FST. Iw la very such his own for the system after two weeks of return without the inmate.' Despite hostage situations,'" 'knif
...*.jwiaMscaly'. dlacvver be"ten's it training when is read ings, scalding, etc. little change has
aT everything been made in the rules for the ENERGY ,
Mm m Ban is mpooHbi* to from book and have protec- THAT
ft !'....4I... Claytaa G.BOMtead. a you nothing to Not all officers who are injured can tion of the officer.
relate and '
to certainly cannot comprehend
back and become better
come officer
a, -
.Jr.,wks thtoluBaJI does a
0swd Jato tar dM BYtaosi.,...... or be ready for the fear that they may become too scared to With one exception. As the result of :c n
The awtttatias. 1M eorrecUonal of- strikes you when you are handed a set be anything except a nine to five the death in 1980 of Correction Officer flFBERLASTTS
of keys to a door of a building that
employee.The Burke inmates are now handcuffed '
Mat flu system sad UM Inmate aren.1 'I
houses known '
98 criminals.
for moving.At 'J :;
caaeani to Ban WM has neverbees -
.. .. Inmate controls the behavior of "
.... .. .ms lip a report tfAaramraf .
lie ...... v",''''' need ........1nC Ball tries to stress the the institution, with most wings hous- this time the physical '''.,'' .
these ............ psychological effect being confined ing 96 inmates with one correctional characteristics: of the institution are ',. ._-.-. tml, I 1..
bas on a human being during his partof officer. It is up to the officer to being upgraded with the safety of the "t',,
Tin UwaatHnlar antlnBtn court the briefing. The officer must ever understand the inmate and never correctional'officer in mind instead of I .:I the. CMtadlaa of the be mindful of who he is dealing with forget who he is dealing with. the inmate in mind. COMMERCIAL' INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR
..Masao&prepares diagrams.charts and never forget security. If you can-
mgaet m aU traavpertation of *n- not play the "psychological game" The decision mechanism is removed With the growing system it is jJ HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE /.INSULATION
araass a essri. taaditKiMi the office with the inmate you won't last. The from the inmate on arrival at necessary to develop a way to reduce NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION.
asses latcrnal> Revenue.on occasion turnover rate for officers has traditionally prison. He no longer has to worry the number of inmates but not just QUALITY INSTALLATION'
the FBI.......ether Institutional mat been high. about his diet, his health care turn them out the gate. Ball thinks Fv &lilNiN
u...... UM Federal Court Inboard clothing or his housing.The under the current prison system the ,.
v.attgattan. clemency At present several things will inmate just learns to use the tools of SAVE
laird. sad!meat gneneute committee. upgrade the position. The uniformswill deathrow inmate is the exception his trade to commit more crime in- .ON HEATING \ 964-6956 ON COOUNO..:
They i..vaugat. rapes, rob soon be changed, more in the as his primary. concern is gettingoff stead of being rehibilitated when he is '
Netsaaaeoa. r I 1Mt of WaIf strong standard of the Florida Highway that wing. released.A DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE ;J
are tanks by .Inmates. and miscoo- Patrol the pay will be upgraded and Ball sees some people in authority' viable system, according to Ball.
msct by emeaae AIM during thefar officers will be required to attend the 11
anfnCRID all Incoming police academy for intensive training ..
eerrataa..l offletn the investigator before they start work. ESTABLISHED 1904 j

"Despite hostage situations knifing OVER 150 STORES t

scalding, etc. little change has been made


for the protection of the officer" O 097EB

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gives a ttv* hour lecture at CTI. All The law requires the officer to act 91OU
DM.m aanrtlnrl to a very unimpressive in a responsible manner however o 86BT 09TM
.ffta*shuol. tea by ten feet. most responsible men would not wantto
Ball started in 17 as a correeu.ellfftra' be spit on, verbally abused, etc. !,':::. 4-QI. Auto Cooker1 2-Slice Automatic To l rSl
I after two years he waspsolewd The officer isn't allowed to carry evena Electric Juicer .cl-A-Color 14 Speed Stand Mixer
a sergeant. Within twonM pocket knife,yet is expected to con- Auto. pressure switch light to dark lout Solid slate speed control
iron. promotion Ball was madeiaatitattonal tinue to do his Job and refrain from On piece, ., clean '. Easy clean 3 Ot. stainless' steel,
..........tor. Currently speaking out in his own defense. If he eem$1'4991Ee. 99 >'99 mixing, bow' ?
lie has bead the Job longer that any is involved in a civil suit, the in- 32 22' $3 999
ptevawn ....stigater. Ball his wife ference is he is guilty until he can prove
a.d I tfcre. chttdrca. live on the state himself innocent;
grwwds, which. necessary since heat ,
an can tt hers a day. 7 days a At present the officers are not train- I
..... Acrardmc to Ball "having an ed to learn psychological behavior Jab Ii
adentaiMimg ." Is essential. patterns of confined humans thus
While Ball was a Correctional giving the inmate the upper hand.
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I News Briefs ,. .' \ .nl'/t ; !,,, y i1; !: t JtlI)f I
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Power Failure to Deputy Greg'Nichols. Arrested the Stat-Flighl helicopter which .
Cam's'bond was set at $10,000, he transported Driskell to Alachua
In Starke Last Week was, released oa recognizance. Behavior Charge General Hospital in Gainesville.As KEYSTONE.HE'gGHTS
,; Caused by Accident The drug" conspiracy'trial began '
Monday in Jacksonville: for Bernard"Barney" Elmer Meadows'Jones, 52, Star
Wed. Dec. 9th
too! of 11 a.m. ,
Parts of Starke were In darknessDec. Route 1 Box 69-J Hampton; was ar-
Cam and his Richard ,
sons in
Driskell was still in ICU at CHIROPRACTIC
.8,after a car struck power pole and Michael,all of Keystone Heights, rested Dec. 10, charged with lewd fair condition.
'foi the Broadway' .St. and' SR-100 area on'the May 1 charge. lascivious behavior in the presence ofa '
bout 9:20 p.m.- ; Bernard Cam was owner and minor.. to the Honda was$1,500 according I '
Damage "
| Guy Thomas Hamnion22. (j. operator'of Cam'' Avaitlon at the Jones did unlawfully and knowingly
1 Box 296,Stark*, left across SRPr Keystone Heights Airport, 'the commit a lewd or lascivious act in the to Trooper B' A. Williams. SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE ,,'I"t'
parking lot traveled charges stemmed from his alledgely presence of a'17 year old female at a
struck a power. line pole and attempted bringing marijuana Into the North local motel. He participated in an unnatural -
to leave the scene of the'accident Florida-.rea. act without the intent to com- Juvenile-Arrested
Rescue 80 responded Hammon was mit. Involuntary sexual battery. I
not tnulapottedtoItradford, County. Bond was set at $500, Jones will Friday Night BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH '

Hospital.. : Deputies InjuredIn released recognizance, accordingto Starke police were call to the ( ) (AUTO'INJURIES)
Damage to Hammon's Ford was DisturbanceAt Patrolman Scotty Rhoden. downtown area Friday night to subdue NECK PAIN NUMBNESS OR PAINSHOULDER
$200.' Damage to City of Starke property PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS
white male
a juvenile. '
was$898.50.Hammon Keystone Hts. Bike Wreck. .. HEADACHES ON THE JOB INJURIES ,
was charged with driving Law enforcement officers were In the process of getting him into (MIGRAINE) WORKERS COMP
while intoxicated, leaving the scene called to Keystone Heights High US-301. South the police car,the juvenile kicked two

and having to Patrolman an expired Wilkinson.license tag,according School Dec. 12; at 1 a.m. where they. William Ray Driskell, 52, of Holly policemen. While enroute to the .' PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
I police station the juvenile kicked outa
arrested a white Hill( Florida; was southbound on
Two Clay County Officers were injured US-301 approximately 3 miles sooth of back window of the police car. MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY

1 Minor Accidents'In transported during to the Clay'arrest.Memorial One Hopitalby was Starke when he lost control four,going times.into The juvenile was charged with two CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED"The
the median, rolling over
counts of battery of a law enforce
the other by police
rescue unit/the Driskellwas
Starke Area Honda motorcycle
The 1976
vehicle. A Putman County officer ment officer, criminal mischief, and Doctor Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine I
northbound -
riding came to rest In the
Dec. 8, Renee'Combs' 1976 Honda was also injured. All three officers lanes. disorderly intoxication according to But Will/ Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human
was parked in Hardee's parking lot have been released from the hospital. Rescue 60 responded and called for Patrolman Scotty Rhoden. Frame In Diet And In The Cause & Prevention Of Dim-use"
When Jerry Johnson Wadsworth, Jr. Arrested was Alvin Lamar Stanley, EDISON
!I parked his*74 Chevy van and went in- 18, P. 0: Bo 217, Crystal Lake;
,I \o Hardee's. The van rolled and. Stanley (who had an arm In a cast) 21 Hour Emergency Answering Ser\ict

; struck the Honda In the right front. was charged with three counts of battery Mon., Wed., & Fri. 8:30 to 6 Tues. & Thur! : :-.
L. Damage to the Honda was $100, on a police officer one count (
damage to the van was$10,according each of aggravated battery, resistingan e.- _
to Patrolman Lane Sibley. officer with violence: > escape, Th postage stamps were used in 1847. DR. W.C. EATON 473.3604DR.
criminal mischief, and driving while Before this time postmasters wrote "Paid" on envelopes. DR. LOUNETTE EATON .
Dec. 8, Robert Dean Dunlop, 17,Rt. intoxicated, according to Deputy 21 N.
3 Box 58-", was pulling from US-301 Kerry Page. .
into Thomas'Auto Parts as a vehicle
driven by James Flanous Donhelly,
08, P. O. Box 82, Starke., was entering
VS-3o1 from .Thomas Donhelly
truck Dunlop in the right rear. '
Damage to Dunlop's 73 Chevy was
300, damage to Donhelly's' 1972hevy -
pickup was $100, according to
Patrolman Lane,Sibley.

-fc Dec. 10, Douglas Elwood Wilkins,

8, Hawthorne, was traveling east on
Spratt: St. at the US-301 intersection. Sound One
Syehicle driven by Wm Jackson Epper- The

jjfBon.79,508 E. Washington St.,Starke,
-was traveling west on Pratt St., turn- I
aad left on US-301 in front of Wilkins' .
vehicle. -

Damage to Wilkins' 1969 Buick was

$600.damage was to charged Epperson's with having 1973 Ford an portable stereo sound at

I' license tag and Epperson .
charged with making an im-
turn;according to Patrolman '

|* Bradford. Co.' an unbelievably low price!

f- Circuit Court

= Week Of' Dec. 14 ''h.}, : .

5 In Brief

5 Jury selection took most of the day.fm1day );r.t.'I" ,....... ,/ _. .
.: ; ec.14;allowing time-for : ....
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fMg 1i the scheduled trials*on'the Mn4: lrlll h'.1ln-7t .... .Nb.r um I' B. I CIA .990& "'&, *- ,, ... rl ....

Idockefcnmt ,n ea: njiThe \ aaU e "a 10f, .1I...ill. NManJd. 6 to R-t .,,\ .aMu: :.,aNK :: ; 1 .

: trial"scheduled for Earl J.Pender PRICE !

Sharged with'battery upon a law enorcement ..
officer was continued until
an. "

: Judge Chester B. Chance granted adirected .
; verdictof aquittal in- a .;,r ;
Criminal court case on Tuesday, Dec.
:33. Edward Derrell Mathis, 29 514Old .
; Lawtey'Rd., Starke,was arrested "
July 21, 1981,'for possession of more '
a.20 grams of marijuana.Mathiswascarrested t ,
i after marl1nts'
pJ4 were discovered growtheAMis "
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behb:1d: Wwas<8iMa* iM( ,. '
iTing in at the time > >, **'"""" '

hance granted the aquittal: ,
His at problems of identittn& ', ,
t the location of the'areas in EJr Lr :
marijuana was found. ft;' ,; ] ,._ ., ........ ,
as represented by'Assis-) -. .. "
lic Defender Frederick <", .= = r____ ,.s_...
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.Floyd iltyof dad: offense Roberts simply changed battery"his(*a; .: ,iF. ,,' n,." ><....

I appeared on one count '(...((1''" p. _
I ual battery by threat, sex- ( flu _
) 1
r by use or force, kidnapp .1 ,,, k0aghAllli
i';and false*imprisonment. '1>J1

"JO,..Chance accepted the plea lu "i \ _
itb1 he understanding that Roberts .10'" _
J. not be in contact with the victim _"
Or Juvenile) or her family from this] /: ,4j. ,
day forth and ordered a pre-sentence _. ,'
Investigation.( Roberts was released "' v :
until time of sentenc- '
on recognizance. ", I : 'i. .
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(Scheduled for trial Thursday Is a I;'" _
case against Tyrone Eugene Jones,
charged:: with battery of a law enforcement \
officer and opposing an officer
'!!fth violence. -
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I Friday, Dec. 18, the trial of Myron .
'' with .' :
David Fleming, charged County< I.,.'... +
Is scheduled, in Bradford, .
Qourt.( Iq.

;JTheft'A&K Feed StoreSuspect .r,' l ',;:".. '1. ..\

Arrested ,
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!A 18 year old Juvenile waS arrested .. :J, ...jJh"; "I .,1-.: : .'..,, ,. .'
and charged with
Monday the burglary' afternoon of the A&K Feed Store.. 1- Sampo Deluxe Portable 4-Band Radio and Cassette Recorder Enjoy stereo radio and cassette ;;

,Dec. 13 someone entered thru a window ? ;A';; sound with.this feature-packed'model! Radio features. AM/FM/SW1/SW2 bands with fine .:." ':.::. .
.,aDd took a small' amount of -, : tuning on short wave and 2 watts per channel drIving a four-speaker system. Full-featured )1. \ X1h

change from the feed. store on US!301 ,t). ,,,:. : cassette has automatic stop in both record and playback modes,, plus built-in condenser .
South.v; .&,,: '" microphones.mechanical pause control and much more!With telescoping antenna.Local/DX ; { ': "n '
''!'be'J Juvenile was 'charged with switch for best AM radio reception.. Three power sources AC DC ((8 D cells. not included). or. j I: ,tt'I f

burglary and Don petit Denton.theft according' toInvestigator \,,>,,'j..:'( ',". DC; 12V external. ,, #..CS-407' : : ," I -.'. ,I I jSlJ' -

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cbarcDec...4, for p of coeaIDe ,'.. 'h, ,. .1- OPEN: MilL 9-9 r
MUloa 01 cannabis of I t ethan : :' : ;. Fl. '
301 South Starke
pJ : Sunday 99Dte.
20 ,and possession of drug'fr '. : t :. ,.
resulting m' the .IJ' '" t ,' ?0,1981 Only
"' 1881, chargo of cons pIrs cy. '.' ,, ." TO' fanitily centers ," f" '..

cam, along with seven others,was ., ?i', i Ir
arrested(May l;teKl. and. dw'Iedwltb ,. .. .,., ,

conspiracy' to,traffic in marl, TQaY't policy It to I Iwiy"*hiv.ad1lertlted m.reh ndit.'In.d qu l.Supply'In our.tor...In lrt.tvcnt in sdwrtiidmerch.ndlseIsnotaadabl" i .due lo unlor/ _n r.aoni.TO4 V will previd*. '
Juan As a result of that arrest a I ,.. Main' CtwcM.upon rqu..l.'In ordkr" tM>I trw""rch.ncI,..maybe purch..d.t in*Ml..price whn. II bacortw*availibl. .or you may purchase limilar quality",,,eh.ndt..1 e aimllar price reduo.f.f i '*i I
the ;
searchVwran: J was,issued. At lion.letne.policy/ of TO&Y lo_that you,.happy with your purcha.**.>lt I*t9 Y'I policy to b*priced competitively'In the market Regular Sale, P/ic.may very mara tbyrnark.IAynme.1'; 5V?',*' *'1t
home of Cam the'additional drug .l*puce will elweye" b*a'edvertl ed..We w.1ba/ happylo refund yoyr<< nor y tf'you*,. not en tld with. your pu.cha...V/SA-.nrt,.,+ .. .. related items were foond,.according
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Page IB December 17.1981 _

Drawing ReleasedOf c, 4 t' It K a' FHP Predicts 35 Will Die For Holiday Period

Kidnapping, Tallahassee It is Colonel Eldrice.Beach director of troopers will be patrolling in an effort- Colonel Beach concluded by saying,
predicted that 35
Robbery Suspect people will die In Florida traffic the Patrol said greaterdangers' US curb accidents fatalities ,and in- "With the coming holiday periods in
Bradford County Sheriff's Office cidents during the 78 hour Christmas ac of vehicle accidents dulfrigf{ ;1 trjut-ie r during;\ th*. holiday period. which alcohol is freely served, every
has luueda composite drawing of the 1 holiday period said the Florida the month of, December 4harj nv:,, H There/were'40 people killed in traffic person who has a chance relatives to prevent
robbery-kidnapping suspect in the Highway Patrol today. other month of the year. The spirit of crasheS during the Christmas holiday one of their drinking or
should take the
Nov. 29 robbery of the Handy Way Christmas should extend to our at- period last year with careless driving friends from driving
This year's official countdown titudes about driving and walking rr Being>the I leading contributing cause opportunity to do so and help
Food Store
on SR-16 and SR-22S. .,, ,
y .
r rr begins at 6 p.m.. Thursday, Dec. 24 being courteous,'* wit.i112.. There were five drivers that 1 lift. ,
number is believed to and ,had drinking and seven driving .
Suspect one ends at midnight, Sunday, Dec de t .
be a white male age 33, weighing 135 27 Beach said a maximum number'ofPersons while.intoxicated./ ...

Ib*.. 70 inches tall with blue eyes and .". .I ,. ', ,, :';..",'.w(' ',rColonel'. 1 ''. ". '. ". ...,;.. .
short dark brown hair. He spoke witha c ':'

was the slow store abducted southern clerk during Janice drawl the Phillips according robbery.who to r. FROSTY PUMPKIN PIE Drivers facehlll; News .: i. :' : .: ':, I

Suspect number two was a white 10-inch graham cracker who seek a Florida driver: Cldrige Beach,. ,Patrol for.a driver iicense'has .his record-_,,
male age 16, 65 inches tall weighing cruet license and wish to retain an out-of-' director. said,' "This new procedure checked by computer before"they. are tag
130 lbs.t with blue eyes and long oily 1 package (3 ounce) state license receive a restricted wily .help in' keeping the habitual issued anew..driver licensv. ;!;"
light brown hair. The skin tone was cream cheese, aoftened Florida-only license said the Florida'' virlqtor( undercontrol\ as an applicant! ...,. ;
healthier than suspect number one. 1 tub Creamy Deluxevanilla *. Highway Patrol today r ) :
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The vehicle used is believed to have ..,." or cream cheeae .. '
: "i!
been a Chevrolet Nova or possibly e ready-to..pread frosting Many people who 'are part-time' :..
11I- ] ? ; :
residents of Florida and wish to retain .f
dark ir 1 )
Dodge Charger a 1968 or 1972. can ((16 ounce pumpkin [ '
> their out-of-state driver license are'' ....
color. ....... 1/2 cup whipping cream ,, -
given a special reslrictedtoFlorida1only .. ',
1 1/2 teaspoons pumpkinpie !
After having been in the stort ; spice license. Their home state is
earlier the suspects waited until the grabbed the clerk by the arm and notified that they have obtained a
customers left before entering the forced her out of the store and into driver license in Florida after takinga The Eyeglass
store. One of the men stood at the their automobile which in Bake graham cracker test and signing an affidavit that \il
was parked
counter with a knife and told the clerkto front and to one side of the store. crust; cool. Beat cream' is necessary to retain the other. ) -.*
put the money in a paper sack. The They drove the victim approximately cheese in large bowl on low license. .
younger man also with a knife) then peed until creamy..Beat In ,
fifteen miles south of Starke and let
frosting, pumpkin, whipping Most states have 'reclpr caf
walked around the counter and put her out of the automobile. The victim : .. M. :.:..:.
the money in a sack. They threatenedto cream and spice on high agreements which require each stateto
kill. the clerk if she did not open the was not harmed or molested in any peed scraping bowl occasionally notify the home state of the driver A
front counter safe. She opened the manner. until creamy about arrested of the traffic violation\ com- Fashion Frames for the Entire Family )' .
safe and the man put the bills from There is no composite available on 3 minutes. Pour into crust. mitted. Points usually at one-half .
the safe in the sack. The older man the younger suspect at this time. Freeze until firm at least value are then placed against their : Filled L'ocotvd A': *3**
4 hours. Let stand at room home driving record and the licensecan Prescriptions US 30IS A Edward Rood I
temperature about 10 minutes be suspended when the maximum .. Lens Duplicated Across from Communily Bonk ........ I
before serving. Garnish number is received. '964-8588 .: I
with ,graham cracker crumbs ,Sunglasses OPEN:Monday thru Friday .+ E :.31 i
These steps were taken to prevent '
whipped. cream and .
pecan Senior Citizen Discount 9 om 5:30: pm S ,
drivers who are
halves if desired. Freeze continually being arrested -
any remaining pie. 10 from having several licenses' \ ""_ Saturday 9 am I pm ::"w;
_rvlna. from other states and presenting the C :r:, ,;::- .,
with the least : .' Professional Opticians of Florf'cia :: .:::
one ;
When points to 15. 'J
traveling with children the trip will be more com- the arresting officer. .- Member ;.
fortable foe everyone when you are well prepared with '
clean towels tissues a damp washcloth in a plastic bag ::;;::"- Rodney L. Sumner, Owner Licensed OpticUkiC wMr
and some form of entertainment-games, toys books etc. ..

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Kermit A Christmas Card +u

Stocking Value from Hallmark Gift 1 Papermate Pen & Pencil Sets $3.98 & up i

( Hanger Lovely holiday greeting cards with all the quality Wrapping 'Key Chains Money Holders Kits

N you expect from Hallmark- at a lower price. Portable Safes
Kermit the Frog This Spedal Holiday Assortment contains 36 Made Easy
sits on mantel and assorted cards and envelopes only $3.59. Other to store valuables 50%
holds a sock full of moderately-priced assortments are also Everything to make V/ off100's
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I: Hospital Conducts Disaster Prep.- aratio l Drill :::I'.r ',;..r rf, .hNiif tM', I IIt

- 'her simulated'"mjunes" were worn plastered around the shattered glass .'It'.just good policy to test out the uV
s probably began as most days red, system, to see'if it's working like if' "
by the drama students provide a was.a gooey paint.
for members Bradford'County
begin of the
5 hint of realism. ought to work said Judy Moore".a,
Hospital staff., Cliff .Chapman supervised the hospital spokesman. ,
-if Even the window of one ot the iOHJ.
rescue, one of two regular drills required .
But auddmily word comes In that vehicles was smashed simulating Im-
ir '
an acci dent:.Involving a school pact" from the-driver's-head- and each year J .I.
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_______ scene of the"tragedy". ': ", '\ :
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I ___ have.That the ,
__ l was reasoning behind. ww'" ,'
be Disaster,Preparation Drill. r n
The scenario Involved a schoolb'us .- r I
with 23 children; in this case provided 'a.i.i Sri i .
I by the Drama Department at Bradford -, IM
County High School and a two '
ear wreck.One car was"supposed to k p.
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other"also hit.and.was on fire." i ,
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: .. 1''I\' '1 ,; 1.1 4.i" Jnf Id Ct ( i1vt'.3i 'm I''I' ir.,,,ititgLtpya'ating!o!| are without being noticed by the operator, at a stop light

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The hunt in J/ol.ii8 I vehicles wltn
Camp Blanding turkey fi94 hunters* came v. _ the driver in total darkness .at. 53 required to stop :
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week is over with 20 gobblers being Thanksgiving birds dumttk the \\d4.: ,. ,: ; ( ,w, I//" /I Itb,1 mftprhour.'i. .', "' Live lighting.; However, therp.1flte4,
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taken by hunters at the local! game They met t with good wcets on\ It''IP >. .(Jr.' "". : Ot'" 11IS1 bar ?__? .f'" .' ... ,1 ', ,_'; TbP trot a'l>ks drivers 'ch'eck: all;; ;'', I enough of them on duty at#nyt-i'
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reserve. < ;,I 11' I I "'ItF1I't' : Hf'IIl.I"",,1, ,'OIl1. ) of their lights before driving at hight.
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North flange! low < OIMI ac '> :'kit said Beach. "As with all traffic lW. _
the drop from 31 turki-.vs 'kill'jf.) : 'eac .- ....... 'Ik.> \' 1., 'I\ ,1(1, 1)hB'blm4eMti'etc'h"I ) This is best done while parked. at .
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r South Range but the North Han e : |, '1 ... .hi .I .. )oI.rtIClrlt1y. 28 cars homo;; however, headlights can be designed to protect you
Irt (his Hea.snn'-J 2f).
hunting was way down according to ago I I 1"..L( l I ,' II1t.*; \iii"fl .; onjy one checked by operating the dimmer have your cooperation" to. makeou(
Wildlife Biologist Jim Garrison. The Due guy who flirt! his' phrr I. I 1'. 1 vr L <;rtll
Richard S&ze of S.I'ke. H'1 l hl\'W"1 I I I II 1 ",' ''I',1i. <:'aid, Irefnre,' no! '-' that window, or the garage door, or when ,
t "''i r ar) Aitorjr Vehicle V .
< < mirtor
16 pound torn turkey Sutifrrfny wtgetl I I i i ,./.rv. 'I' my: dat ghteiv'.DfebhiI'M : i i J ,aii.
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I i '111 .t' 1I'! 'etioot ,1J'I4| -
flu- 'k': itwpnnnils'v
Areas In <
hen earlier w .
Management a !
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mg :
II.' .
: vi kccv'iii.; t'Jlclb1J! In proper
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Re-Opened MondayLake Blanding 1 Is ivktv bnnk opi-n t trcRular I .. '- -"''''_. ,''"',TV -, '. ". .' I p, !' il">!'01 i4'.T IS It! thO.hH, dII of .the 1 ii. ?/omen'JICeIstee' ,
'' r" I
City Lake Butler and Camp / game Urlughltlll"T\ / )- \: '1 TT ; 0 .m: : I
Blanding Wildlife Management Areas I lima. ..''\ai&Ms.'iJvl'i.' :: "1 1T", /) .., .; : for ?72epeoduct Wea ek

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re-opened to hunting Mond.iy. ,' '_. ..: : "" :''_'M" '... ..,' "-" -. ." f'I' I "
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: : ,: 800 LOMAX STREET, JACKSONVILLE ((904) 354-2817' -
"The areas have been closed since GUM (ttuiing J xpfalUtd: : "'"I : :. :z ze
Nov. 30 in order to relieve hunting I'.t' I! .. .: ": "m.- ,
pressure on the deer herd" said Art By Attorny (JtnCrt 1, .I! ; J: % t'I : I S ABORTION TO 14 WEEKS,

Stockle, wildlife biologist for the A recent Supreme! Court rHhig: i/l-l- Mr"X'at 'itii,1-b' < I (,," ) .on of Fli.lin> ,' Fl... Lee I. 'OUTPATIENT TUBAL LIGATION 1 miA

Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish carrying weapon: in vt-'iiclert! 'vas! OK Mrs. Phyllis} K; -Robrt ,* ),.,.,'.,.>n of Ooiilrls, Fr.A.,; HI Johnson. -

Commission. plained Wednesday !by H'loridn! At 73 ot Stnrke cited ely s1flul. .1: :, x. Leslie (Ji Johnson, both Of.I'lltt.

"Hunting of legal" game will continue torney CcniralJIrn' Snllt) '1. in,a. Defe.; 'if !tn, BradlO._ tUIsti f .. a M-U.r, iVHs. I'aMline Mit- NONPROFIT QUALITY HEAL TH CARE CENTER SINCE 1973Sfarke

until Jan. 10, Stockle added. IJ.)1 !pHi'l f iflOWM, ) V n long lllMBfl. 'f.! "'.I'iii I! iif'[ G.i''fjS.); Ihi) civhnWh/ r; : Benin -

For a detailed map and regulations Smith advised gun n'.".'t'IS l.v terep: Porn ii). ptiiun t-oinity .on Aug,2ti.! ,..c J :'out) / ; White. )Fl..

governing the area contact the Luke their weapons in oprii' vi(.". or Uvkt-.J! 1 ta M>. Mm. Johnson was o 1tfetongt "I ;1,:.iiis and! '.''',''U' liijbeil i, both of

City regional office. In a car trunk to (..unuiwilt.' I. I II' / rif.nt .->f the Bradford County areat'ant""tI m ",i 'h11rtltfl! .')pnnb. Fl 28 grand- Lr I L...

Supreme Courl (|
in a case involving a 1 vh:< li ,. ,i- y.h'"' vua l the widow of the late AnH:! >(my ("'ii'.riral, ser'- ;"(,i were held at 2:30i :

half-hidden hu: inroniohil'I ,) ; nm-t K Johnson' Sr.; '' i SlInI'AyD! ,.,' ((3 In the PV.'itt C. FamilyPlanning ;

Camp Blanding mat. '1'hecollrl ruk'il if was an i IM-'ftal1/ : ;>vivlll's include two daughter's\; ,1 j ,'i.I.; i'hmvl '",'tii Hev." I, roy Olive

Spring Gobbler Hunt concealed weapon )> n'i'i--r- It.c rl" 'iiii t !MI r:, Nptu Starling$ of Morgan City in n ':,tintllel"ment/! was in EUey

den from "orflinaiy j-nil'i'' ''f "' r. awl Mrs.. Kslelle 1 .
Lake City Although the fall hun Raevfls rtf :'Jij.i: el Caniefprv: near J.ln Butler CEiriic '
ting season is still in full s\Vtng many average person. <- '""va. t'l > five sons: Ra,y )Ahnsnn "'/'HI ')(-Witt c AITWJ FiMral ffoine.

hunters of ..1". of f'ornpano PI, ttaojrgfc \W ..' I.'I 1 1 'in: in r.Finrg.,; i iAprangements.'
area are already thinking "The ruling( 'lpp:1I'N.II h Itat., ,11--. ,j ., ; '
spring gobbler season. great confusion amont li'ii-u-ifi; /01,1, \ Outpatient Tubal Ligati :
Applications for Camp Hlanding .. .
gun\ hobbyists over !II/'" to 1"'({lJ.lh!) ,

one will of be Florida's available top at gobbler the Lake areas City carry weapons in a "i-hu'ic" ," :Hmlih ."," :t L.h.fJ. ." ( Tubes tied) and Vasectomie
was < 'lot ert assaying. (btIvirflIby( the
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regional office on Dec. 7. for hunters awl oiiiera'to ', .11It. ,
prudent thing ,
A quota of 65 hunters has been set .' ) : a for of 'Sterilization.
t} -
do is untilioHthcii in j\ ... .j- purpose
weapons .
for each of the four hunts. The hunts carry .. .';."7.... ... 'J.-I'
open view if witliii;;, tPnl') Sinilh .1'. .. .t ...
will be conducted March f.4 'r
on 15 16. said. "1f tlui Wt'npHI1| is to ht> i-n,"'-iMi, ..II'.i. .::-:: :
1718. and 7-1)). No ,1
April 5-6 April Hospital stay necessary
ed. (it I should br- unlues'j'mRblIIlf'r| ( ,
All applications must be limited to ="':'. f i' .-.eieytuui I
(k' ;
reach as in n locked trunk -jfcv\ \ :; I
two Tit .
hunters per application. Par- ; ','
ticipants will be selected from a ran \IDPiIiIa ..I 0 f. { ; 0 No Abortions performed.Call

dom drawing conducted at the Lake He sum weapons car/ ),u> ,:11'1'11 ir ", ) (

City regional office on Feb. 10 at 10 the window racks of..pickup
and on car seats in e asy reach m ..".;.. I, 1& ,. i-i.Lc; ,

a.m.The public is invited to attend Ihe passengers drivers 'inly" if they arc I _7 I ...... Pia. ,1./ .' P.V1G' '. ,": '- .
be within "ordinary sight ;wo- AtI P.
drawing. Applications must : I
j)1 ; : .
: :1' I I S '
postmarked by Jan. 31. All applications ( JetJ': '. '. ::, J

received after this date will not Stale law Elllow1f1I.t.iI .
: II I \t "P :II:4: 964-65OO
be accepted.For 10 lie curried In. a vehicle! only if they _. --- ; 1 .
further information contact the are riot "on or about" the: person :, : .

Lake City regional office toll free, posscf>sing the weapon _-1_ -I------ -

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I SERVICES FURNISHED I.OTTAGE: > SALE_.c_.. _.._._.. _._ SINGOA. #" '. II C Al"HOION j r '\KE LOT on sand bottoned 70 h.p. EVERCLAOE full controls TREE SERVICE' $0.00 ,:
USED WILSON T-2UOO looms "hadinOiT, ) 1 ...t'" furnish : 'IAU j'( :?l l.k- 'In Millcm- $IJOO recent tune-up, $350

CARPENTER WORKIR.mod..ling racquets call 473-2210.. ,.d rrjlloqtt '"> I .,,,1., LtAvC I 1.1. fI. OVEN SEAS-MUST rturday; /phi 1--.t'..,"ii !Idwri $146.41 per ''rlon'hHal' 17ft.I Gator tilt trailer, k Removal Hair Cuts $.S
work. kitchen SELl cuf :i bedroom 17'J: 40rj ,
4/3 4380 alter S.OO p m Gurtova5: pel monthKeyitonr. 46yJ1tc.! "' Pub'i.', n-ii, ..1 i ) 1976 no rust, $350 or both
cabinets and trim I. mi* .t laK ft tb, ,* J7' 367 alter 6 p.m linnmlng Thru Chr1Stma
TFN 10/29 Hiiilita R.m..ltyRenltr.r fnchQ for $650. Also Honda Ct-70 ;.
carpenter. Reasonable USED! LAZY BOY recliner, 'I/9 49<,1 'rinhpOMB :" Ivjuflfiil I largo wotyiled QVE; MLI I iH > :LAKi LOTS ANb AtPSACEtaystorn for parts, motor needs Free Estimate
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at needing, reupholstering.Call HALF Ot- ROU6I.E Ot- lot, a 'mnbl. rnortaao.* ,.() ,,(' tI"< ", \ : : HeIghts owrerfinoncpd rebuilding. $25. 473-2593 Imacemakir

473-7054 between 7:30: Addison Upholstery, rId or rent;, ", 'c nt 9/% calF47a4221.4iea, -t\.w".r' ''''I l j,,'.. Upp", : 10 pnrceiit In- MAGIC CHEF microwave

a.m. to 5.30 p.m. ttnchg 4732452. Itchq 12/17 corp'BYtti11Rfl' l5"I"'MW\ft1' :. 111'* '.. a'1melrfblbd_. ':cFIg '" .,IoJrliVt:. J.uJfffl' "' '"f'h'IjIncfI oven, i tou e-matlc):, 2r ''I I 1209 N. Temple AVe.

_I CARPENTRY 7/2 ANtSI .. --"_- .. .JIE ,_.. 470 LawrenceIfnch0 5tvdKeysfciite t 9"NidijB. ?el\ov HOME rfgakoy:;in Sl .r'J,inCjlt.' ...5 .O .NIt\IIt'iJRmPPU S1o..r e
MASONARY WORK build HEIPWANTED 10 473'/f72'-72 / ,. 1'i'Ue; TowPstyl.'s Mll4 ito';'*, iaFJI1M(11m1Rj1uhts.' < I. ,.",.1,9/1,',.... ".'''"rIB'lik1: 5 loke ,473-1 546,. nexjcellent Aft.r ?.)IE': .- ,. ,.. ..-. .. .. ,
Yhuritci "r3f4Pvr\'l Com condition." 2tchg !))2lO.,( ( ,. .
patios. homes additions, and tile,remodeling work' OFFICE SPAl:1i: fOI '',tKeyslono t\ ,-.nnrl>1",1"(I'l'iO., fb t 41 on 000 crfun-II ..,UI 11VSt.d.". J3eu.k ,..iI, I,, -r'i" avollaHo. from' ) 3,500.with, FORMULA BUFFET cabinet 'Kt'ystont HtightsClassified.Ads ; ;.: .to'PqmoUITflhII1uuIUIJiI ;)
------ --- Of'i.1 ttntoicoll ." I 1'0 iIiT <
Stark* 473. ::17Q(() 'II condi.
6ft. long THE teL
!. Over good
Also painting. Free ::1.t 376 (I)111 S6 "
on" IEli
d-nt\ !JQii" itOf' rtrtwn/ $ a rnonlh. .
WORKING ClASSEmployment HEIIOS! t2)60 OIT 9o4 fiS,,7't InIt: 1'1 i 7ALe tion $65 Stereo set In. 10\\.
estimates. Phone 473.4473 1'1| I 1" 1 ) OFFICE
.rniecmnl '
> g Ifontogei.Jo.trriBrit -
m ilncl.ij 10) l" ( 1'
Service Serving p OdAQitl' cl'idns 2 speakers, turntable -
during day. tfnchg 8 6 > OU SAC I i. <. ij.nm., >> *qM -
Ft ii. opportunity SHOP
UNWANTED HAIR Keystone Hoighls and! rOR RfeNr .IftOOSc, i ,l Ii. il,',, Si''' $7.773 ANOMOLi1" I : I $50 Electric adding'nacpln. ::1.m mII
Meliove Low fees, I'lir/or (. DESTROYED FOREVER I areos. tjl- I l') (d I 11.! Vf9; n.Orith ('orI'IY ,I 1 WS. I'licSg 8. 6 $20 moos Get Results iiinCall ... "h. i jJ
It f I \ .
4734472. 10/B tfn so. "CK.'S.S <'of"i fM'.i' p.m. Owrfti) nitfttlii'. ,! 'in I Icloy's 3-speed bike, needs repair
settle' for ? 'f :> ,
Why temporary t ( riubIe
lihe'l. "M'
lice: OOI.MUTI, 'ol! ( _I,, R PJT > All irio..-." fjsor" >:tC OHERAAANS--Top! $15. call 473-3680 Itpd ,
Call for --- -- Sylvia i
appointment 1 !Vii: wMaa storting ot $l3,995j: irjitty only. You are In. .
473-2149 61. hfi lI1/21 +h.( i Cd": aPI., ,>uiiBuildi : TRANS-VAN MOTOR HOME
4737033. Amy's Electrolysis. LOSTFOUNDWHITE MR. 214*. HOMfc ::.If' !. t ISC.!: Corra, rhwck allst ouifrriodoU 1, ;* Cutiiii'ii" ,livCb'.ct,147) .'od '* visit: (>ur (tunnels. 964-6305 _.((5-. l":-a
490 LawrenceBlvd. --------- I omt ,iut I ,COSis ifff 1979, 19ft. Dodge one ton,
sfim pi ,
415.J2lIl: \
par month I Ifrka .J''m''s' : > ,'7'9f) .:>r i iill
., 9/24 tfn A / double air, like new
Keystone roilet foot Of Keystort'
376 0078. tfmhg 12 i 475.13a.tfMI.:! ; : .. l.l 1 Ii I' -i: ll6Mel.SIE UC'BEIhMA4klti1MR #
: and call
PAINTINC-WAll PAPERINGpressure $3,500 assume,
FEMAlE PUPPY 2 NICE 22 flEDJtOOAr) HiMt < !" )H /'" 110 'fl'\-I"I'I.7" .. .. *\' PLAN rSx Starke ;
washing, free ...... .': .. largei 473-3942: Itpd 12/17 ,,s 'Ads4iqMEcJ
,months old. Gasoline Rd. CHI A, :kitilien cipDl'i'WMs $H EII HOM6S- ,u., e; SI. i ,Mil yojii $2 50 1 Rl-/arland GIRLS YEllOW BUNK BONNET
estimates. Expert -
I t near High Ridge Estates whit bvich I In1 ....h"le.allJlail ,
"'''''v ox uGea C'urs. SIr,, 1 ut t'5.95 ; ijrsq o "mk ,
473-3773 TFN roQ ) Bedmode by Sears. Setincludes
473-2309 evenings I Ipd vn-ln' to>"n-f!: tt. Cull Affof mbl. l rn'" "- ,}".t'JY" offer 6.00 and ." ..
11/5 f. 2 head .ond-fqqt --11El.
12/17 -__ _
ACCOUNTANT retired LakevielA' fO-I'/oII. ,Ii0C mm'dii' 11 tI." .."., 4.1 JIJI: 1 1' 10.llpd IIf/'n D.l. WOii1tIi1tS 4I1ti.l7119. 4tchJ boards, matress safety roJ- .
,. 473 fOnt IKhg: ,IV '( 2X60 MOBilE HOME 1973 ,.OR SALE WANTED-
available port time full EOUNOt Brown and whiteBassett 'I 14I' and ladder. $125. 473-3622
I 12 31 M1. mod"I' $5 700 2 bedroom, jiIpit.d .
.I service including tax hound at ACE MICE 1HR / 1/J. m,,'h1m'i.'i., ) .UlIJ I 12ftAllJINIJM 1979 HONDA XR 80 engine; ;,iJ tlc '
Condition-- ,
returns. 473-2034 If..12'!0 Hardware two weeks ago. I .... 0rt1 completely rebuilt good KEYSTONE-STARkI AREA to work on inI -
A frl-ii tfjk .> I I..1'
nd ( BOAT ond
Call; 4734006. llchg 12/17 firepinr.e. Caritniy' nShowe" .:t..; .., 1.1 L .1 A d <''';;','"'t.16: I .I '.lS tfullnr. : SI./5 roM 650-25IX. condition ExcellentChrlstnios $450 New home for Sqte. 'Also'r94..beu$, 'JIrfj)2/17 mo! bne.. all

CARS& ,,, P'I'Oititi5, Ini IDEAL '?OR rHRISTMA1: Ger- present quality bull homes. $22 -MEDICAL- UNOLOG
SALE r'Jt Ri 8ults S / 473-2654 Itchq 12/17" ; STi
TRUCKS -YARD Rpnltors, 4'J 4"OJ I u l l2tcluj I' soon ?hlpp"rd puppies, ( per sq. ft. built on your lot. X-Roy experience reT. ,

I t2'14IURP.4ISHIO ". .' ,.\ .a'fffio' : 1I wcicl.< old call:! anyllm or ours. Adam. & Hall .m quired. Registered re

1979 PLYMOUTH VAlARiE 4 GARAGE December SALE 19. White Solnrda/Sands MOBILi HOAAtfl)0 $ : an.1 Im p. -,7.1 287'1Luke Call 'Tick}' EXPRFSS electiic I TFchg. shift lifIs.,
door. A-l shape. 37.00C "L' '1 HONDA Evening -.
20 inch hike t /.. '
toys ft'2
Oeni M.-b Hun\. CUSTOM HOMCS'jf 'tiow1:ITflllh' I
miles on it, $3 795 call p.1.22l0 slartT. automatic. I tial with excel eat
473-3662 Itpd 12 '17 473-4229.'ape deck.Uchg 12/17 clothes. Pork. 17?17 tlnchj, ." .. .. ... .,,., Ld' : "......,,,it.., street 109<11. 200 mite GENE REESE', REALTOItMerry underjeonstrMjct/Ion;U salot'oncfqej" ben .
.. ----.I Chrlstrias I | Starke Country ..
473: 3942 I Itpd 12. 17'a overlooking Ap (ion"' .. Nil>ct B 3dal.-
". .. bt : .: 1.' Club.
I .t" Adams'"and'Hglfk aord County Hasp .
WOODLANDBeautllul )-> ACRlsl Builder*. Phone-: .473- 056. 1 chg

I lrtnllJlliol County'AiisawnR: jji 3 Bit: 2 .., or'.475-2l28.6/4 TFchg. j 2jtj44t'
; wnrntzrwn
home on 1.4 ocr... Pev-1 -?OWNERI..CIty'' limit of-. lIVI-It4.-CQMU ahthoos.k..ptngMiovri

ed driveway' Starke. Over 1600 'h.3 ive
.. .... ,,'.: .. '. 't C. '. .""Care' of invalid an'.
--------- - -- -.-.......- I -_.. fireplace with BR. 1 BA home with living r
INSURANCEMAINES ....--_- Room and bodrd. $75
PERSONAL FOR &AIE many energy saving ex> room dining room. large $per
SERVICES ...._ I, ---:-.,...." fi 'i..........- 4k: McNabb. tras. $69.500. i kitchen, large outside week. 964-5855. I trig
1..19 fORO! COURIER 5 OAK FOREST.3 BR, 1 BA storage room fenced In' iLIVEIN
-- : SEt I"P Oonhle bid ,
: cnn
) 160 S. lake Ave.. lake py Hoof Repairs HELP for
war ing
Butler. 4963978. CUSfOM MADE DRAPERIES: speed trnnnii3Sion. 2300 o.,,' Irubseir 2 ,rprrndj. 'J en 5 fertile 'ocre.. live bock yard. $6,000 down
CompleteInlurance with 2 loll
Free estimates local Engino' 4 new I'ttdlul' pie,. c< .iopi..$, .box spriiigfiond lU.IIN p.iidtliik. Sky Lights{ Installed oaks. fruit tree*. Ixtro assume 11X mortgage.Call sr
Service TFN ., if children. Child ,
distributos 'tar completely toprnj, fully coepute'l, bud ,L.brtr'trM' In '."duf. S250. :P "'"l .fl rty.iih4 I', I''st.k Gutters Installed & well septic tank I 473-3270. 12/10 2tchg Nice care hcn.! ,
washable nationally AM-FM .iterec i-o'setto 4.11 '1648. TFM 12: I 17 I Mobile Home Roofs mobile home hooK-up. 12/17
"i N own room,, small
advertised Gordsette ploy .f Phon. J96 tt.>>9. 'X.4': SKVtINi MufclllHCMfe ItALt o, RepaltiJIAhulir.uln Recently appraised by. NIW HOMIS-VA. No Hampton .or.ry.:
TFN )II 12. ;
Draperies. SAW Enterprises. In goad condition, 4':.. -' bonk, $38.900. money down. iSV.' today References 168-2133.
AND ADDING Ed nr. Lama 10X40 ritAltfRt.tlSOO.' ftay l.hOO. Cnll, Stev Hut iilvfl, If Reofut Phi Ranf'Coating LAKE LOTS BLDG. LOTS. Lakefront; county or
MACHINES FOR Stephen. 4962219. Powell' 446 3317 TFN tblrakon; aft >r" 5 p. in .lillifalll1d Owner financed at 12% city lots available. Call today Merry I IChristmas

RENT Union County Times. :9/1/80TFN 12/1(&. 49o M.t9. I tX| I3/17.: FORAL V 'A IBNt:0 t) idliy Workmanshipat with 20% down. LocatedK.y.tonelMelros. Bob Harris. .964-5533. -
85 SW 2nd A ,... lake ;USTOM COMbiNE WORK: I If70 VW'.DUGi Q",r-l go-. i IKK 1 NSW FAftMAU: 'INTERNATIONAL 'r'e area., )2/103tpd. 12/24
Butler We also repair office "- Call Joe Usher 496.2126 or mtI.a"... nearly n W.llr'v Pf40s I. ) cellentrondilion 496 3.gaSiwiIy idlr prices: Office> 73707'I

machines. Phone 496 2903. TFN 8'20. body in good condition "planter, har '416 I4 'oQiril. 49t.) 3819'I Ev.... Bob Moor. of
496.2261 for more informa' Heat, air needs repan rq\/'., all I uiuipmi| Call 1l I 4 tl.fliii and. ,," ..... -....- I I 473-3155 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES Mobile 1Ioii1Moved -<%
tlon. TFN 10/1.I YARDSAIEYARD Over all ...xcelItittr0nsporlotiai | 46 2'84"Ifid '2J 17. -, l oIhirs Ri 2II
$l'0tj, : .
TAKING APPLICATIONS Forone -" k fiit.- tt MI & '
and two bedroom SALE ------ 4:111114.TFN: !1.111'1. 'r.Wro iA- .. : : Local l'.or statew de--
: Saturday. Dec
mobile ham.... Phone CF.RAM.C: t-UR !SAltt dlhque .. EXCITING OPPORTUNITY moves. Set-up & < n-
eke Good
19. 1U u m.-until' Baby --- Iqut! Best TIme To M, A Buy
496.2366 oft.r 1 p.m. Pines Items toys stereo gieonwtii,(: and hfilwhd / : -7-----, Unique new business venture nections done. C, ill
Mobile Home Village''. TFN clothes small appliances ;pii-res-oll 20 percent!;; MOBILE HpftU WANTtD.: t mtty I IU BefolIO'is >. 1982 now available fit'thii. -462-4587 evenin s.
t { '
off. 1% area. If you llfY,' _
12/17. misc. Janice Noegel! 2e5 Satuidny 'Uai OnJ Will pay cash lur'yon used "u w
LAKE BUTLER; Two SW 41h St Itchg 12'17. ly vf'1, Cs ,rc4; I mobile homo Roy Powell FhftcitW$9 \{ seller who a ro anxious to sell!! with | will train you- doV.

bedroom home. furnIshed SALE Saturday One. 19. Ituf". _5.on.._:VI.___' ..tchg._------n.12 IX. 44A-3377._-_If..'.N..416.VtHtHA . ';.a t'Ml e ")'\1} |m-vnr financing aval ilefaU.pmnt. business Lucrative with recesslonrproo'prestige anc Mary Kay'
or unfurnished childrens and some adult --- ---- -- ---r "..-. --. ,; Acreage'for develc> near town
; '* : I profit. Earnings limited CosmeticsLouise
$150.00 mo. ERA clothes. household BROW; OW6N8. INC.
p.r TlfflN
toys I"'IlHil ,e l2tIi tl'h
I Horn., lit town He with I
Faulkner ? >m acreage outage by your ambition anc
Realty # --1tZ&
'items, toolV 270 SW ;.id % i',* :,o22 '' Starli
964-5065 or 5332354. Ave. 4963021. .. .. ._ bi ..,I5tl1. lot HJ I II Sol town. desire. Investment, $125 to

Itchg 12/17 c..t'I."non.! i 1831$NW tcast.M K.SI. 161\. \.:;; CK q, e"sh n'.,q IAlso. Larga,.Acre> with. bwnars to ] .call 2000.9047529325.For appointment 12/3,10, 473092RegisterOil

49 f 3140! .. Ooinesirllle, Ho Ial :..' pt t 1:&''';' Iflt17 finance below! prim lnt. **. rat*. &30.',Stchg Ev

904377ISO --1 ..
-- .- .- .--- ... ----, --- -- 4l.l 8..f' 33 p'i IItIIPu' Coll for mon Information
HBESI bUY MSOIINOI) .tck S bed.o ". both. f ,,,ily H.18 1/, ...I I & Gas '

"room ell, A" Carpeted. '33 Acres: ....$..c.d paiturn with : "Better .". on those I IFO Ittlngs right away"
timber 2 ponds. ts. lI.r' ftqoli:",,,_. dIt fr to ttqifard. ,'ith, :.Jls (.frOl't thai 308 Si: 'Thompson Street
Highway 111 I Frontage.'Call Oerrl for detailt ...j. RENT; 123JANES Dvdroom ome.. I
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Color N'eAnt.nna's Will SAW SHOP Compl.t. PROFESSIONAL Cor CleanIng HOME PARK mobile homes Nice gifts. Specially priced 16.000/10,000 btu with fan 1973 SUPER BEETLE Newt) I
sharpening service, circular Service. Cleaned and spaces for rent. from $18 to $20.00. THIS $75; also hove a sewing paint; Michelin radials: :
;;Spoc. In r.c.ivingchann.r.30147 chain, hand carbide, washed, placed Recreational vehicles WEEK ONLYI! 964-7872. machine with sewing box good condition. $1800. Call rwille/Jar
,, mow.r blade hollow vocuumen, sanitized and welcome. Phone 466-2912. Itpd 12/17 $125. Call 9647909. 12/10 9647682. 11/OS tin (!
ground and balanced deodorlied. $7.00 pickupand TFchg ROLL BAR, 2 lights, for SWB 2tchg 12/17 1972 CHEVELLE $300 or best
782-3577 leave
at Jackson Building delivered or. HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng Ford Chevrolet or Dodge 7 PC. ROSCOE screwdriverset offer. Call 964-3734 after 4 REALTY
fan 7 pm ,,/,,If"c.aa. Supply In Stark., Keystone place. Call 964-7226.your ask room, TV and air. truck. Call 7823189. 12/17 mode In USA, 32.98:10: pm. Itchg 12/17 y ,4
Heights or take Butler. for D.nnis.,12/10, tfn Underwood Motel 3 miles 2tpd 12/24 pc. socket set 1/4 and 3/8 JEEPS CARS PICKUPS: From '
> TFchg WANT SOMEONE TO GIVE North of Starke on Hwy. SADDLE. Good condition. Up drives, $6.49. Also' have $35. Available at local PHONE 964.7776
ALCOHOLICS ANONY. your child more attention 301. 10/9 tfn to medium sized person. many other Items. government Auctions. For cEciu\; rn
MOOS: while you work? Lunch. MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 964-6736 after 3 PM. Itpd BARGAIN CENTER. US-301 Directory call Surplus Data1' ERWILLtGAa'205 N. Temple Starke1 uJ:::
I Tke nrttlMt MAR. r.. ntrMetry I Phone 964-SU8 or 9647619. snacks and educationalfun. and Hwy. 16 and 225. 12/17 south. 12/10 tfn. Center, 8056879709. .'." 0'TS
hssta II MFNE fine tlWING TFchg Any age. $30/wk. or Cleanl Call 463.1323.3/12 REFRIGERATORFREEZERtwith CARPET NEW ft USED Furniture 12/10424, pd. INCREDIBLE I
MACHINIS part time 'rates.,. 128 No. tfn Ice maker. Also ft appliances. 1972 PONTIAC VENTURA WFE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
CkAtannlUwYi REPAIRED All makescleaned Orang. St.. Starke. Itpd 3 BR. 1 BA' LIVING ROOM, Poulon chain saw, almost Plumb. fixtures and pipes. Power steering, power
''MI I. oiled and ad 12/17 dining room ft kitchen, new. 9648611. Itpd 12/17 BARGAIN CENTER US-301 brakes, new tires, new SPECIAL
justed. $15. Work WILL BABYSIT In my home. central heat and air. In ADORABLE COCKER SPAN. So., 964.6679.2/5 tfn alternator. Excellent con Geneva Lake Estates
Always I 4 I guaranteed. Jam. All ages any day, Hampton. Phone 468-1779. IEL puppy. 10 weeks old. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN dition. $1995. Call Stunning S BR 2Va BA executive
,'.' Strickland corner Morgan anytime. Inquire at 524 N. ((1st months rent In ad. Must sell. Owner allergic. HOUSE 301 South. 9647226. 12/1021pd 12/17
Rd. and home w/fireplace paved driveway.
Hwy 16. TFchg Ch.rry St., Apt. 1. Itpd vance.)5/7) tfn $75.00. Call 964-3824. 964-6740. We buy and sell 1974 PINTO Standard 23-3O
YARD SALE CHAIN LINK FENCEl Install 12/17 TRAILER LOTS High and dry; Itchg 12/17 used furniture and appliances. mpg. Good condition. Call Over 2,00 sq. ft. 3/4 Acre wooded lot.
ed. Free estimates. Handy. oak shade trees; 2 miles 14 IN. TIRES One-new; Two- 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED Loretta after 6:00: PM Excellent financing.
Man Fence Co. 9648559. South on US-301. 964-8238. slightly used. If Interested TV'Ss Colors 964-7633. Itpd 12/17
Mill SALEI SALII Cowboy TF d. 12/81. HOME REPAIRGen. 9/3 HnPRIVATE call 964-6340 after 5:00 PM starting at $100.00. 1974 MAVERICK: 2-door. Bradford Villas offer new concept in lifestyle with
hats, feathers, toy discuss Trade-in's welcome. Phone low maintenance adult housing offering charm.
TRAILER LOTS In to price. Itpd 12/17 6cyl. Auto trans., air
,elephants, horses.Glassware TUTORINGMost Malnt. Screens country. 2'/i miles from LANDFILL free for moving. 9648212. 6/11 tfn cond., steering comfort A quality together with energy efficiency.
and novelties, made or repaired experienced TVSt Carter'sTV power * * * *
Starke. Owner furnishes Also have used concrete USED COLOR radio and heat, 45.OOO
radioes' tape players, Subjects reference. water all other hook-ups block priced reasonably. 782-3577. We accept miles. 24 mpg. Also hove EXECUTIVE HOME on Golf Course. Absolutely beautiful I
knives, clothes, shoes, bed BA in Education 964-8328.964-5518 aree In. Call 964-6363 Call 964-5180 after 5:00 VISA and MasterChorge. 1978 MAZDA LWB pickup. Brick.4 BR. 2Vt BA. study, all appliances, deck pool. Ap
linens. If w. don't have, Experienced anytime. 10/29 tfn PM. Keep trying. 12/17 10/15 fin.MOBILE speed radio and heater pro. 2130 sq. ft. en 1 acre. Paved circle driveway 2-car
w.'U get I.. Fresh greens 964-8328 MOBILE HOME 2-BR. fur. 2tchg 1224WASHING HOME SERVICE 53,000 miles 30 mpg. Both garage, landscaped and In excellent condition.
dally, 73 cents large 964-5518 COMMERCIALPROPERTY nished. Griff Loop.Phone MACHINE Wringer POLES 100 amps, $135: In excellent condition. Call .I3'/ ACRES- barns 865' frontage on 51.1 I'. 38500.
bunch. loyA-Woy. 964-3261 or 9646112. type. A-l condition. 200 amps, $225. Call 4734508. Itpd 12/17 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES truly beautiful homel 3 BR, 3
available for Christmas. TYPEWRITER REPAIR Can FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 AI.o.hove, some antique anytime, 964.6365. Starke. 1977 FORD LTD. Burned Interior. BA on 1.3 acres. Huge family room w/fireplace. This
Come see u. Bryan's This the Office Shop HO W. large rooms. Part of furniture. Call after 5 PM., 10/29 tfn Sell for ports. Phone home has everything
1 Thot Shop, corner 301 Call St.. Stark., for details, BRADFORD MINI utilities furnished. Private 4732121. Itchg 12/17 GAS HEATERS, gas stoves, 468-2183 after 6 PM. 12/17 .7TH PAY ADV. CHURCH RD. 230A. Neat frame bldg.,
and 16, old Gulf station. 964-3764. tfn. WAHIHOUSIOFPICECOMPLEX yard and entrance. Settled SCUBBA EQUIPMENT and electric stove mist furniture tfn carpet, 2-gas heaters, A/C. Lot 100 x 125'.
Phone 964.5180.12/03 tIn GLASS CUT TO ORDER for ,al.. 80 mature persons only. camping equipment for lamps. Call '>15 MELTON TERRACE-Attreetlve brick 3 BR 2 BA, CH/A
.SALE! 136 West Call St. Doors windows, etc. own.r financing availableat pet. No children or pets. Call sale. 7823225. Itchg 12/17 9646365. 10/29 tfn MOBILE carpeted panelled drapes, chain link fence around yard.
Restaurant. Office, Lounge JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 11'pc' l'/i 964-3464. 12/03 tfn FIREWOOD Oak split, 5-V GALV. ROOFING .3M W. WASHINCTON-Zoned commercial. Charm com
equipment; household 9646078. Ord.r. also room for expansion.acres Phone with DUPLEX 124 N. Myrtle St. $43.00 per load: $83 cord.In 6'-$4.20: 74.95; 8'-$3.70: HOMES fort. Approx. 2,000 sq. ft. CH/A carpeted drapes, 4 extra .
goods. Friday and Saturday taken In Lake Butler, lots. Owner financed.
owner 473.2735.9/24 Hn $195 per month. Storke area. Next doorto 9'$6.43:10'-$7.2011'-$7.9-; : FOR SALE
Mondoy.' 496-3079 and Keystone Refrigerator, stove, Morgan Road Baptist 512'; -58.70. All sizes picked LAKE SANTA FE-Custom built w/everythlng you can 1 Imagine
.AM .116 PM. Itpd 12/17 Heights, 4734973. 2/26 carpeting. Call 964-8944 or Church. 12/17 tfn up. Jacksonville. We 3 BR. 3 BA, 2200 sq.ft. 2 story well Iniul., CH/A on
.1420 W. PRATT ST Saturday tfn. WANTEDGOOD 964-8126 after 6 pm. 12/03 SEVERAL ITEMS Wash pot; manufacture. Call toll 19B1 MOBILE HOMES: 2 ac.. 3-car garage 80 ft. on water. Invest now!
from 9 am til 4 pm. Several BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK FURNISHED APARTMENT utility trailer; pot-bellied free-1.800-312.2702. 12/10 payments starting at *RP 16 E ROOM TO ROAM B acres nearly new Ig.
.families. Misc. good. SERVICE Bradford County PRICES PAID for used bedroom heating and air 2 heater; Coleman comp 2tpd 12/17 $147.00 per month. John brick home; CHI A/ fully Insulated; 2-car garage:
some children clothes, residential pump-outs, mobile homes If conditioning. Call 964-6201 stove; antique couch. 237 COME SEE US AT THE HOUSE Brown Mobile Home fireplace alarm system; Intercom w/stereo: screened
light fixture ,,toys etc. $50. W. also re-lay drain 3/4 paid or more.mortgageIs OLiN'S after 5:00 12/17 Monroe St., next to OF BARGAINS In Lawtey. Center 473-3773.4/9 back porch; water softener; on. lot with home has well
Itchg 12/17 IIn...- Phone 9648121. MOBILE HOME SALES, SIX ROOMS pm.ft BATH Itchg Eastern' Station. Phone Full line of clothing: tfnchg. septic tank electricity A can have a trailer.
Ml N. OF STARKSi Yard and 5/28 TFchg. 9645606. Open 7 days and Range 964-7800. Itpd! 12/17 children and adults at !*'/I "Price Leaders of COUNTRY CLUBNew ft luxurious well designed well
Bake sale. Friday and 'OLSON'S CARPET AND UP. refrigerator First built home w/fireplace, walk-In closets.
weekly. TFchg Floor. Floor furnace and DOUBLE CANOPY BED and bargain prices. 10/22 tfn the South" with the lowest
I Saturday 10 am til 4 pm. HOLSTERY SERVICE No WI BUY AXLES TIRES w air conditioner. No dresser. Two spreads 2 BEAUTIFUL SOFA in excellent rate of 16 1/2 'KINCSLEY LAKE Brick duplex. Rent or use as home I
New glassware; jewelry soaking, no steaming of axles + 4 tires $135.00. $195 pets. canopies. Box springs and condition. Just one selection of p.rc.ntlLarg. 12, 14 .30I S. 33 ACRES HOMEOne -of Bradford's finest
dolls, many other Items. your furniture and carpets.Cleaned Del. to Olin. MH. Hwy. 100 per month plus mattress Included. $250. year old. Call 964-7754. and 24 wide. residences, over 3,000 sq. ft.; fine acreage barns, split
damage Call
Come by and visit u. N.w and dried to use W Starke. 9645606. TFchg 964-8071. Call 4311648. 12/17 tfn Itchg 12/17 Factory own rail fence. Well kept.
Congregational Methodist same day. Satisfaction WANT TO BUY used UNFURNISHED Itchg 12/17 BULLDOG PUPPIES 8 weeks JERSEY MILK COWl 3 yrs. ed and operated. COM- .BROOKLYN LAKE-Coiy Board ft Batten cottage, CHCA.
Church. Itpd 12/17 guaranteed. Free typewriters and adding home. Extra old, $50 each; 1973 Club old. $450. Call 782-3010 MUNITY MOBILE HOME 1121 BESSENT RD.-Lg. corner lot nice landscape: 3BR
:, 417 I. WELDON ST. behind Estimates. 9647392. Itchg machines. Must be In bath. Adults. See nice. 1 'A Cab Dodge pickup. See '0b.lI.v.1 alter 6 PM or weekends. SALES, Highway 301.N, 2B, CHf. has attic fan; patio; fenced back. yard; 14' x 28'
Starke Uniform. Saturday, 12/17 working' condition. sign $1200. Call CLEVELAND ENGINE .351 Starke. Open 7 days a lighted shed.'EPPERSON .
9 am til 3 pm. Mission oak EXPERIENCED CHILD CARE In 9645764. tfn 2/12. Standing Ave Lake(Off SR230)Kingsley ) 782.3780.ltpd 12/17 cu. In:, runs great. Call week. 964-8741 10/29 tfn. ST. Owner fin. CB.3 BR. IV. B CH&A..DAVIS .
desk, dresser, wicker- my home. Ages 0-4, full or FEMALE to share 24x70 ft. month. 1217IN $200 p.r CHILDS 3-WHEELIE. 3-HP. 782.3832.Itchg 12/17 L I ST. OFF 301 -9 Ac. more orl less owner fin.. Has
back.d rocker, dresser part time.: Corner SR-16 mobile home. Rent LAWTEYi Itpd 3 bedroom 1 / Needs minor work. $75 SECTIONAL SOFA Three LOSTFOUNDFOUND I potential for mobile home park.
: with mirror; chairs, misc. and 229A. Days, call negotiable. Write P. O. bath doublewlde mobile FIRM; Oil burning heater, piece, green. $50.00. Call 1091 COLLEV RD. Brick 3 BR. 1'I VA loan of
: Items. Itpd 12/17 964-8902: evenings. call Box 373, Stark., Fl. 32091.: home. Furnished. Small $20; antique love seat 964-7219. Itpd 12/17 : Large male walker $26,305. @9'/.Selling price 35000.
: HWY. Ml NORTH before 9646166. Itpd 12/17 AUTOS TO BUVi 1962.1964 children accepted $185 $75. Call 9646386. Itchg HORSE ft ALL TACK Include dog on Hwy. 100 S. No col- :1026 EASTWOOD DRIVE- 3 BR 1'/.B. on quiet street.
: Stuckey's. Backyard Sale. Corvette Convertible In 12/17 ed. $450. Approx. 15 hands lar. and .334 N. MYRTLE CH4A. Aisum. mart., owner will take
Identify cost. -
WILL DO GENERAL REPAIR per mo. plus security pay
; Saturday, Dec. 19.Household good to excellent condi deposit. Call 9648931. PINBALL MACHINE $300.00. high and Buckskin. Call 533-2974. 12/17 2tpd back second. Attractive Interiors
: baby Items WORK Carpentry roofing, tion. Call 3778888. or Itpd 12/17 Call 9645606. Itchg 12/17 964-563O after 5 PM. Itpd ,..5 AC NEAR HAMPTON-Fenced, 750 gal septic tank, 250
: toys, clothes, misc. Items. and painting Ph.7823669. "'-- f.. well. S21.0OO. Financing available.
""rlt.6685 NW 9th Blvd..
FREE ESTIMATES. 1217WARNING Argentina-Bahio. Fertilized
I Itpol2/17., LOT 7 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES-S5.000.
..Gainesville. FI 32605. bedroom home. Unfurnished. twice. No rain. Only
2tpdJy/1Rge 1224.g
's41-w"CAtt-m'1.weTrp, 1.3 LCTS IN FIVE OAKS-S15.000..
12/10 3tchg 12/24 .
9647929. Itchg 200 bales. J. M. Edwards,
cosmetics, doll O.95 ACRES IN CITY-S2I..OOO.'GENEVA .
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tabi.napkin holders; lots 12/17 964-5379. 12/102tpd 12/17 / / LAKE ESTATES-Beoutlfullv wooded 1/2 acre
of odds and ends. Blair Bobby's Hide-A-Way o4. f.OOO each good financing

Products. Thursday, Friday Hwy. 301 S., Waldo' t fSrmI MOBILE HOME Realtor PRICED TO SELL $24,200 lot on Lk. Geneve.
and. Saturday. ltchg12/17 .40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA-HI and dry with pecan trees
tiB 1 ranYeanks9lg .- INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS S 047823931f Realtor A..oclat.-Aft.r Hours
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Beat the ColdGet p.a." \eade .TNCk Drt-sO.FEq.ipwt POLICIESAT f HANDYMAN SPECIAL on valuable Madison S,. property Sockett Broker-Sal.sman ....-1664
your firewood sarly. !As.C Co\\" \1 :Or's 00'1 .ato I Two hemes for tale. Only 573,100 for both. Byron Terwlllegar-964-7776 Martha Dorko-7B2.3397
Oak or Pine, $40. pick. )'e. \\- s Ju"clO'l _-a..IIr REASONABLE RATES \SOMETHING DIFFERENT la a home Is for .../. In Anne Terwlllogar Nelson-475-1677
up load or $70 per cord. { 9 \\rU NeXCeP'. I-- ._ Sfrowb.rry Acre.. You awe U to yourself to look.
HOMESITE 2.27 Acres only $6,500.
Call Thomas Nettles ,",. .. am; dolly Olln't Mobil I ClOSE TO HOSPITAL One acre homesft, 6000. PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICEAll
Lake Butler o pm- Horn Sales I J LOVELY HOME perfect for retired couple. Screened "
496-3738 "Chrlstmu &: New Year's Parties* I ch., fenced yd., workshop. More. $41.000. par Types Insured
./lofn -.11I RECOVERY: FREE QUOTES I[.INCOUNTKY6 Ac.. $10,200. 10 Ac.-523,000. I & FREE ESTIMRTES >
Bar Hours 4pm-2 am Happy Hour 5 .7 Phone 964-5606 4
pm SEEING It BflltVINO. -
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Home M.
Olin Agent 4 F yours. locatedus* oH Collty Rd. 'Y
The Recovery Room of
Classified Ads lake City local Dist Itlli h" I\ PERFECT MOBILE HOME SITE 10 Ac., barn and more. 4SC-373S Like Butl.rSTROUT

I Archie Tanner Funeral Ii i I WE HAVE a very Spanish style home for ,,,'e'l e
Get Results Would you eof/eve
"" Home. $32,000? Make us prove II.

ELECTRONIC ALARM 964-5757 Storke Fl e Umerock REALTY
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4 1,1 I. I $10. truckloadOak FM A Lawn Sand j! Realtor Associate Home 964-a<27 838 N. Temple Ave.

, ;, INSTALLED BY $40. .-'fa 4x4's cord e Bunding Sands .. P. O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. LAWTtY. Fl 32058 Phone: 964.8931 or 473.3096

HILL SECURITY SERVICE Call SiRshlR A.,.. Any amount
I ( TIME SHARING Own your own Condo in Pompano

,I '964.5849 M47SMor OBlvored or U-haul w Beach furnished close to or on ocean, for 1 weekor

SALES'LEASE SERVICE LOCKSMITH 8:30 come and out 2:30 between and Ph. 782.3172 SERVICE MOBILE HOME VACUUMCLEANER more $1,000 to$3,600.
well load for """ Small home on 2l/t
you Alen E. Taylor acres many extras$26,000.

Merry Christmas 2 br. home with 1 br. furnished rental in town sup-

... CHRISTMAS plement your retirement$25,000 sm. dn.
from 200 AMp
rwf SALE 20+ acres 3 wells, 2 septic, fenced, large metal

The Do-Drop-In Bargain House ,Cill, liulimr barn, two ac. In pine,$47,250 terms.
10-20% Off I
301 South Several Mobile Homes and acreage available.
Yes we TakeN $17,000 to$50,000.
We will be open Sunday

11 A.M. 4:30: P.M. TradeInsarH Poultry Farms from$106,000 and up.

Big Store Wide Sale : AI Young Other business and retail buildings priced right.

Large selection of stuffed animals !'9.? vacuums Good terms.

Shop here and SAVE I !III I I !I. 2" Thru 6" Mobile
964.6918 home lots, one with lake
Ah Yes. access $2,500 and
Stocking Stuffers Specials .. Fast up.1reER9EfIBn11ta1831ERw1saREtRB3rRMR11RRtarRRIE2.aRRI.
Rotary 3 MI. N. US 301, St2Slightly

The Drilling Equipment
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Equipment. New & Used !1 V Gacs e toeies-

: l you SUBSCRIBE to the Telegraph the money, Sales.Part..Service

For Sale you 8AVJE through coupooj. sales and giveaways E-Z 6 . . $255.00
: during toe . .Terms'. .o.: I
; year will.easily pay for one Damag I ed) .$225.00
yvitfs subscription. Plun..Jng.

Ph. 964-6261 4 E . . . . Brand Names; Brown & Magic Chef ,

I! It's Only =901 New Installation .

'10' flat a IMYesr .R.rnod.lin9R.poirsDarrwice: !: -----n'{a. xefi'7Rewror..,.
'. .".' MM. THEi COUPON TDDAr.. 4 G.E. 2 Door 1 3.6cu.ft. $350.00

"We; Pickup. Butcher. Chill Cut end Wrap' '. Magic CheJ f Door 14.3 cu. .$375.00 I

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5'1y:2.' 1 S' 00' Fabrics LOTS Shoes MOBS, and ;

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