Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
December 24, 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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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The goal of transferring title to federal grants for construction have possibility that the bond market may
I'a Bradford County Hospital to a proposed been stopped, and it is no longer feasible not be as favorable. after that date as
not-for-profitcorporation moved a to finance a $10 million hospital it is now.
1, step closer at Monday night's public with tax monies in small counties In enumerating the advantages ol
.? { hearing in the courthouse. Rep. such as Bradford. the private not-for-profit structure
( i, Frank Williams announced, "I'm for This opinion was echoed by County the AGH attorney said it would
; it" and said he would introduce the Commissioner E. W. Hodges who broaden the base of community Input
4, necessary local act at the, forthcoming said, "There is really no room for ; improve the image projection of
legislative session if the district's county tax support of a hospital, with health care quality; maintain local
:senators, George Kirkpatrick of only 30 to 40 percent of properly control while removing direct liability
Gainesville and Pete Skinner, Lake owners paying taxes in the county from the local government: in
City, give their approval Neither now. We are really straining to make crease' operational flexibility, and
senator attended the hearing. ends meet as it is"he declared. remove political overtones from the
Williams said it was customary on Guy Andrews pointed out the importance operation and policy-making of the
local bills to have the agreement of of having the financial back- facility.
the entire delegation but added, "We ing of Alachua General if bonds are The hearing room was l tilled to near
&p i >r fi1At usually go'along with the wishes of the sold to finance a new health care capacity; and unanimous approvalwas
h one whose community. is most af- facility here.Attorney indicated when Williams asked
fected." Bill Andrews agreed that for a show of hands by those favoring -
t Williams said he reached a the strong financial position of AGH! the proposed legislation
favorable decision based on the apparent would enable bonds to be sold at a In signing a management contract
success! of private not-for- more favorable rate. with Alachua General last April, the
'F. profit hospital corporations, not only Williams said he planned to file the BCH board also asked AGHassistance
.. f in this area, but in other localities bill, which has already been drafted, "in filing for a Certificate
I both in Florida and other states. by January 18, Kirkpatrick and of Need for 1> 65-75 bed replacement
Former state representative Bill Skinner give their approval. facility and initiation of tasks
Andrews, 'attorney for Alachua Ed Peddie, president of Alachua necessary for the construction and
i' General Hospital, explained the adVantages General, has stressed the Importanceof bond financing of the replacement _,"

/' ., 1 of private not-for-profit having the bonds ready for sale by facility in accordance with a development El
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over county March
tax-supported or April since there is a' plan approved by the,board. 3
., BHS. Brains... hospitals and cited the experience of
Alachua General'in switching.from
The straight-A list for the second six-weeks at Brad- All five students also earned stralglit-A's the first. red to black ink after separating itself
ford High was down to five students. l-rt Bottom- Debbie six-weeks. Four others who earned all-Vs the first six- entirely from county control. Cam Drug Trial VerdictIs
Roark and Stephanie Redding; Top- Gina Lane' ,weeks fell from the elite the second grading period. When Williams asked if the; now
Rlchard'Trainor, and Michelle Kimutis. profitable operation of Alachua

General had resulted in higher costs
for patient care, Andrews cited
figures showing that the average dally Major Victory for StateBernard

I. 5 Earn Straight-A's at BHS lowest cost in among Alachua three General competitive was the

hospitals Gainesville.
Williams said he had been asked ( Barney) Cam, 56, ing the unloading of marijuana froman
Just five of 1,025 students at Brad- studies; English,' psychology, and A-B.. Honor Roll: --1 do w need ?", operator of a repair and modification airplane in early 1980) at a farm
a hospital
I ford High School earned straight-A's world history SeniorsValeriaBrown ._ Curt Sandersramemberof$ hangar'OH leased property at the near Brooker. Eldridge i Wee I
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the, : .with his. iLk)' .s.own$tot;{, testified l
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lr. teco0dnsisweeksgrading! ". tom yj **!" ** : > '* ]\-sentECHboard 'Keystone
? fUH-v ? 1'-:: :J crews TTTawmy; j Kersey Valeria replied./:We ueeol It Richard
that" Cam him'
period which,ended Nov.. 17. Roark junior and Hightower Martin Hunter, Paula'Joiner. Adt> survive." Sanders said that at present two sons, 30, and Michael paid
-Deborah a for of
23, remained in Duval County jail this $10,000 use a landing strip on
The five, just under one-half of one daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George CAmilla Livingston, three-fourths of the people who week bond following Hayes' farm. Hayes was granted immunity -
pending a hearing -
percent of the student body, all earn- Tomasovitch of the Lawtey area is Martin, Randy Parado, Renee Ship can afford the cost go to hospitals in their' conviction on dope con- for testif>'tng.
ed the first man, Randy Starling, Wendall I Jacksonville and Gainesville becauseof
straight-A's six-weeks, enrolled in shorthand, advanced spiracy charges last week Pearl was freed on $50,000 bond and
too. American history, geometry, typingI Tomlinson., the better 'facilities and more The state attorney's office in will also be sentenced on Januar>' 29
Forty-Two' more students, 4.1 per- advanced English 11, and modern equipment available there. Jacksonville said Tuesday that no In addition to the Brooker landing
cent of the student JuniorsSusan Alvarez, Sheila "We have to continually upgrade our
body including 12
chemistry. word has been received from Circuit the three Cams were found guilty of a
seniors, 10 juniors, 12 sophomores and Anderson, Marla Darley; Brian hospital or go out of business. similar
Judge Clifford Shepherd indicating drug operation at }o'ort'hitl'
8 freshmen, earned places on the A-B Davis, Lori Flynn, Shwan Hart, Vic- Sanders added.
when the bond hearing would be held. "on or about March 15, IIWO1!' The
honor roll.StraightA. tor Letts, Stuart Pauley, Eugenie Dr. Cartos' Hernandez, who will
Michelle Kimutis, a sophomore Starling, Donna Tyler become a member of the enlarged Sentencing is set for January 29. state contended that meetings to plan
students and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ID-member board If the hospital The Cams were found guilty in the two operations were held in the ol
reGina : ward Kimutis of Starke, is enrolled In ,SophomoresGwendolyn structure is changed, pointed out the Duval Circuit Court last week on two fice of Cam's hangar at Keystone stir

Lane, a senior and daughter, biology, world history, geometry, Brown, Michael Christmas, Lori inadequaces of the present building, counts of conspiracy to traffic in more port.Following
of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lane of Starke. chorus, advanced English 10, and typ-- Clark Cheryl Furrow, Carol Fussell, including poor air conditioning and than MX pounds of marijuana. dants the verdict, the defen
Miss Lane president of the BHS ing. Timothy Gonzalez, George Levasser, heating, causing uneven temperature Assistant state attorney Mike Obr- were taken to the Dm'a I County
senior class and 'a cheerleader, is Theresa Ricks, Faith Roberts, Nancy levels in patient rooms, the inger, who prosecuted the case, called Jail. Judge Shepherd said at the time
enrolled in applied math, advanced Roberts, Darrell Wagner, Julee Wise deteriorating roof, and the "not func- the guilty verdict a "major victory," that a bond hearing "may be
typing;law studies; Spanish 3; French -stephanie Redding, a freshman tional" design of the building generally saying the state rarely has the oppor- scheduled at a later date
4; and is a teacher's aide. and the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Lon- FreshmenPhillip G. Crews, tunity to "get at people like Barney Stephen Bernstein, Gainesville at
nie Redding of Starke, is enrolled in Calrissa Herndandez, Marie Innocent If a new hospital is to be built, An- Cam," who "orchestrate" drug deals.A torney defending the Cams, said an
Richard Trainor, a senior and son general math PE. Modern Science Connie Moody; Tonia Parks, drews said, it must be by, a private fourth defendant, Charles ( Lee) appeal Is planned explaining that he
of Mrs. Edna Martin of Starke, is Methods, advance English 9, home Clarence Pendarvis, Tanja Rigby, not-for-profit corporation: since Pearl, 34, of Fort White, pleaded guil- had asked for more specific dates on
enrolled In applied math, band, law economics'and advanced civics. Wendy. Sullivan., ty to one count of conspiracy mvolv- the Fort White landing. but his re-
quest had been denied He will also
appeal the issue of "speedytrial..

HE AddItIon." Bid Authorization Given by' School Bd.When Berstein f endants arrested said were late I last charged with the I

violation of the state Racketeering
Influenced and Corru t 0 : t'
Authorization to seek bids on a The board cautioned Jackson to elude fees for planning. Supt.! Tom Decided to sit on an order for three tie to other students. RICO) Act, but that p rganita! ion
$184,000 addition to Hampton Elemen- hold the project. to the $184,000 Casey said the board has $191,000 in 65-passenger school buses, to see if it subsequently dropped charge the was
tary School was given Monday night available for it, even to the point of construction funds available, and might be advantageous to buy two Went into an executive session Charges in the Fort by White state.
Dec. 21, to Architect Dave Jackson of negotiating payment on two of the six more will become. available through diesel buses instead of three gas after the regular meeting Monday still pending Janos dropoffare
the firm of Salley, Jackson, and alternates. Jackson said four alter- safety-to-life monies which can be buses. Chairman J.T. Parrish said night to discuss the report of the of Detroit Mich.,against who Papp,
Reegar of Gainesville. nates are part of the project but were transferred now, but could not heretofore the fuel savings might make the special master on the current board the aircraft involved. allegedly His trial.flew
Bids will be opened at 7 p.m. Jan. 18 made alternates in case the bids come and another $10,000 in capital diesels more economical. Board vs. teacher negotiations currently at scheduled for 4. Is
on the addition, to include a new In high and something has to be cut. outlay and district sinking funds member Jim Lawson said the three impasse. January
cafetorium; kitchen, and a classroomfor Saying those alternates are a protec- which will become available. buses are needed to keep the fleet .
itinerant students. 'The addition tion to the board, Jackson contendedhis said he has assurancethe ;from getting too old.
will be a rectangular building'with a firm should be paid for that plann- State Dept. of Education will approve Parrish noted the fuel savings on .
''sheet metal roof on the north side of ing and the school boar agreed. the HE plans if the itinerant the two 89-passenger diesel buses the w.r
the present hexagonal structure. However, two alternates added by classroom is included., district now has.
i Jackson said he figured the buildingat Jackson will be noncommissionableif "Wee, let's bid it and see what hap
$52 per square foot. not included in the finished con- pens," said Board Member RodneyHall. Asked for the reason an item is be- r
The new cafetorium will free three struction. The vote to proceed was 50. ing deleted from a school inventory to
HE classrooms and the media center Alternates include airconditioningthe The HE project started out ate be listed. It will avoid questions by. Jr r1dr

now being used as a classroom, kitchen area, a stage curtain, $160,000. Inflation, pushed projectedcosts .board members, they noted.
pushing capacity of the school to 242 walk-in coolers, a vinyl finish for to $204,000, and board chopped It
students. He has back to two Asked for a work session on testing
now 179 students some floors in the restrooms and kit $184,000 by cutting
Supt. Tom Casey said Monday night. chen, and several smaller items. classrooms out of preliminary plans. and to better understand a Regional
Hampton school 'population has Jackson pointed out the $184,000 Is I, Diagnostic and Training Program for
been increasing faster than anywherein construction fees and does not in- In other action Monday night. the grades K-6. Supt. Casey explained the
the county except lawtey,'where school board: program would provide: specialized r
an 8-room addition was added several training for 10-12 students per year
years ago. Inside... Turned over to the administrativestaff with problems, such as a student who
bids on cafeteria sinks and a won't talk to his teachers and very lit- '

Two Sections stove.ventilat1on hood for the middle :
SECTION At school, and a welding machine and a Early Deadlines Set i

News.... .,... .... .Pages 1-JUA mini-computer for the vo-tech center,
Editorial t....., ...,...Page'4A For New Year's ,Issue 11h'k.!
Society.. ;....:..,to..Pages S,'A Agreed not to change school board Because of New Year's
Day falling
7,10A ,member districts since they are now
Correspondence..Paga ll.U.UA contiguous with county commission i next Friday, Jan. I, the, Telegraph Iris_

; \ Legal Sports..r.Pages....,;"... Page MA districts and the county commissiondid !'will be published a day. earlyon,
Dec.30.The .
not change its district boundaries. Wednesday
SECTION Br There was not enough population shift Jan. 1 edition will be in the mail .. .... .. .Page 4B in Bradford County to change the pre- next Wednesday, Dec. 30. X Il
Obits...., .'..:..,......Page ,BCUsiilled sent boundaries, the county commissioner Early'deadlines will be noon Monday
1f'. *.. :.,.,4.,.. Page* ,,,. decided. Dee. 31, for both classified and 4.44 '
''ti \ display advertising.. The Telegraphstaff ,

' would appreciate any copy that PR. ,
Outside. jean be submitted earlier than those LLN) ,.,,7r
\ deadline.

'.' FRIDAY.;Pec. 25 Chance of showers Wednesday and Thursday with fair weather News for the Jan. 1 edition shouldbe ...- -
,: MERRYCHRISTMASITUESDAY. ) pected Friday through Sunday. ex- in the Telegraph office as early
Reached lowest temperatures this year" with mercury dropping below Monday as possible so there will be It's a Pitched Roof...
Dec.2f freezing four day in the past week:' 32 degrees Thursday, time to set the type. The Telegraph '
BRADFORD COUNTY Saturday and Sunday and 23 degrees Monday, cannot promise to get articles in the ,..and that pleases! school board members! l-rl Patricia Spender. 'hair.
ZONING BOARD No rainfall was recorded the past week. Dec,31 paper that arrive in the office man J.T. Parrish. und J.It. (Jim I.u\\ion us the. examine final conMrui"
Meeting.. 7i30 p.m. A burning warning continues to be in effect. Forestry. Service later than 5 p.m. ,Monday. The staff lion plans for Hampton Elementary' School
everyone to use extreme caution and call before burning debris. urges needs all the early copy It can get the Problt'msIth I..uksln flat roofs hate seen switch to pitched roofs in the
first thing Monday morning. newest school building

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Final Pecan' Sate' Set 'For'. :: Jan. lit


A final clean-up pecan sale Is set were fewer private; buyers at the Dec.
for Thursday. Jan. 14, at the Starke 17 sale, Allen says, and the nuts wire
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rl, '' ,i ; ,S State Farmers' Market. bought primarily by wholesalers. :
4'r lw, i? Some Quite a few
growers said
r r u 12,500 pounds of pecans Dec.-17
averaging about 33 cents per pound' they will have more pecanstn mid-
f came across the market at the last January, Allen says. ::
w a i sale Dec. 17. Both the quality of nut Some 60,000 pounds of pecans have
and the price were down, according to been sold at the market in. the three
Market Manager Bobby Allen. There sales this year. :

auk', + 'wr 4t' Fire Leaves Family Without HomeThe I

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home of Vernon Underhill, 4 Lawtey, LWCI, and Hejlborn! Springs
r ti i miles west of Starke on SR-16, was a also responded. i
l f+ T! +r + k .WK total loss after it caught fire Dec: 21. If interested in helping (the fairjily
i ., r The frame structure was being you may contact Sylvia Reddish! : or
remodeled with the family/ having Faye Andrews or leave clothing'or
1 a ,s ,rer.+, just moved Into the home last week. household items pt Andrews Drug
Luckily no one was injured in (the fire Store in Starke
as Mrs. Underhill had gone into
Starke on an errand. Mr. Underhill and his son wear size
33: or 34 Waist
According to Terry McCarthy of trousers, size 9'x:. or 11
shoe and
: Bradford County Volunteer Fire shirt.
Dept., when they arrived the roof was size Mrs. Underhill wears size H shoe
i i wad '"t r ready to collapse. Fire units from hlm+ca 10'dress. or slacks If and size M

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Girl Scouts Bring Holiday Message in a Song... >

The (iirl I !Scouts of !Starke Jr. Troop 614 went Christmas In Jal'ksoll.Irs.: Ailona
caroling town Schaefer Mr. :.Mike Tirrnry. Belli .\1cKIIlIlt'ylfH.: '
AloniLiv. itiKlil.( slopping hrrr to sing to the Starke Public l.ibarary'1 staff and Diunc Tiorney, Christie Uit'kt'nli.It"l: Powell, !Shannon Abruins. :bars ";,.
<-cuing readers l
( Kllen Jackson :Jlissadine Green and :Margie Hull.

.. .klu..d.....Ih.Ii.111'1'.... .: front row, from_,left. to right climes "'t'rguloo.lIysolI Karn- Also singing but not .shown HIT: Karen Stliaofor. Kobiu :McUfp. Sonia :Meir, d.>.: i. : .
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lJaI'I. !.Isa AU, Pam :.Mrs. :
Zurfluh. Kim Mary Iliitchins.
t'oltrIIit' Ronnie .
....., .. .... ........ ... __ %urflub. and .Mikey Tlcrney. '
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In back left to l'lghtlrI.: Andrea Abrams. Shana Schmilt, Rhonda \ : x.. ,.'

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Tornado Talk

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by Vickie Carver started Here:is just some of the lists ['v e :Michelle (tJrlffi has been elected

Mr. president of the .'81.\ for this school
Thought for the week Duncan:: a brand new, problem ,
: free year. Other FBLS officers are Vice-
"The most important preparation model, fully operated child proof, latest t: president Rochelle/ Weir Secretary-r
high school.
we make for Christmas.., is the Dr Treasurer Tammy Yon, Pariimenf ,
: the latest' .
preparation of our hearts to receive "volumes of f tartan April Rooney
Christ." "Discipline can be easy.

Mrs. Hazen:: her very own per The .......,
FBLA gave a Christmas a?
sonalized party ,
'Twas the day before Christmas, she is out answering service, while Dec. 16 for Mrs. Long's class at1'
around and about.
when at Bradford High Starke ,
Elementary School.
N'ot a teacher was screaming not a hands Mrs. Sandy Smith:: a pair of new RereshmentsandChristmasstcek .... ,
her's :
student are worn out
was nigh. from talking with ings were provided at the party. A
Report cards were hung in the fire- them. Christmas tree ornament and a
place with care, Mr. Jerry McCriff: a dependable, reindeer hand
puppet was made for
In hopes that Santa Claus wouldn'tsee latest reliable, tennis team, along with the each student Members participating 0 fuu 0rvr4
them there. edition of "Table Tennis... a were Diane
new Ardley, Tammy
And :Mr Duncan hangs up his red Mrs. M.E. Richards Mary Campbell, Mary
Bain: a box of raisins
square dancing attire Richardson
because Michelle Griffis, April
For he takes his vacation to sit she lost her other one. Rooney, Debbie PEACE ON
(he fire. by The rest of the lists are on their Terrie Lloyd, Lori Snow EARTH. JOY TO THE
wayl! Merry Christmas Mathews Tammy Yon. WORLD. CHRISTMAS
When what to COMES AGAIN.
our wondering
eyes. We would like
t to add
should appear? All boys trying out for the baseball our
A jolly ole man. and his electronic TNT: team need to remember to get a "thank you" for your
reindeer. The next publication of the school l I physical examination in order to be
Faster than lightening around the newspaper TNT will be delayed until l I able to start practice. f friend:. I ipand patronage.
corners they came, after the Christmas holidays: ALLIGATOR CREEK
And he whistled, and shouted and The TNT staff decided to postpone The Tennis Team will begin its of- PAUL'S GROCtkVME 8AHCH
called them by name. the publication date In order to i ficial practice Jan. 4, at the high :
He made not a noise, but went the students give i .school. .. ..... ... .. ..
more time to contact the McGriff urges ; --- -- : "
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straight to his work staff on their interests. 'everyone to be there /' ATSClarence -eed.lJ. harm '
,. ,,:M I '. ; Supplies '
Kullilled+ all our wishes, then fled If anyone has ideas on stories ... !t,9'isr7.1.1'IPi! \ (? .tla t 1.t:
wearing a smirk would be interested in, or would they like All''Sophomores; and JutnWs''in-l; t y :.t1NNiiit3'Sta'ilc 1I .It'atlilG.i) ( JHIJ. .."...1..! I .;:::10.".... .!}(Utal..8 .tI'I1J1 bra
But we heard him say as he zoomed to have an editorial printed terested in being considered for next
out of town... contact one of the newspaper, please staff' year's yearbook staff need to plan to & Naomi ;301 J S. btarke V64-6V/J

"Merrry: Christmas ya'll./ .. members. The school newspaper i is take Journalism I the second I -
I'll see you around! !!" designed to reflect student ideas, semester. This one semester course .
is a prerequisite for those
views and interests selected
Dour Santa : should be heard. The so your voice for the 1983 Tornado staff See one of

As! I urn in charge of publishing the sponsor is Mrs. Bain, in room newspaper 1811, the counselors about this. Freshmen
news from BUS, I have agreed to and the staff is Randy Starling, Lee may also apply for the annual staff
make out the Christmas lists. I know Orton, Lisa Rowe, Jackie )Holt, Con in for 1983.: Those selected need to enroll i 'i '1 I + II I S'

that since you get a copy of the I ITI'h'gl'aph nie Davis, and Vickie Carver. W! 2-1J8J.Journalism! : I for the fall of I !
each week that this would w..
be the; best place to put a preview of
the/ "requests: ,
I know+ that you can't give everyone l

everything they want, but these kids! .
have been extra good. Now Santa,
please !stop saying "HO/ HO! HO!!" i

They really have been good! 1 II'" :.; :1J1
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; 'fiT! ; Member and guests are cordially in-
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The Class of 1972 of Bradford The \iKingsle }H I 7 4*: Inmate
school is High Owners Association t ti III potisor a Wi rf. J. Keel, inmate at Lawtey Correctional
beginning plans for its 10
reunion. New Year! Eve., rty Thursday<<, Institute, was recaptured
year ; !I. ;' ,lit j'W' Dec. 16 in Jasper, Fl. _
All those Interested in helping and
taking part are urged to contact 'I < "If
/ 'f'i.-.f <
either of the following: Lee Sparks. f I ,'J. YI" ', .J"" I
phone 984-6330, or Lee Hardenbrook, < 1H1-! ;
phone 964-6280 Ext.215 9644773. './ I
or 1'. : \

T : Hardenbrook says class members ;.. ;
I), s si hope to start meeting right after the ,.
.,iI'II' New Year, and asks that classmatesto "
: call or see he or Sparks.
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Starke Fire Dept.

"',I'I : Calls The Past WeekA .
I,; .
fuse box blew at the KOA Cam' r lt ? a9 "
I/o. pgrounds Sat., Dec. 19, causing a fire "t\ GrM
.::1 but little damage, according to De- .
wayne Hardee, Starke Fire Dept. Ir'" r .
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-- .-- --- Dec. 1975 Ford LTD
Tuesday; 22, a '
i Straight-A' Students at Lawtey Elementary... belonging to Marshall H. Parrish,
Rt.l Box 150, Raiford, caught fire on
'These 15 Lawtey Elementary. students earned stralght-A's for the second six-weeks.: They' SR-16 West at approximately 9:26: t
are (lorh' 4'rj :
First row. ,Erin. Wilkinson.' Bradley Ball. Michelle Barbour. Angle Devore Steven a.m.The fire possibly started when the
Tomacovltch. fuel line burst, the car wax a total
Second row- Gary Norman. Mlckl Becker; Cartrissa Diggs. Bridgett Holder, Marla Scott.' loss, according to Hardee. I
Jason Pilcher. ,
Third rowDavid Shine Kim Gowens Nicole Palm Shawn Hampton. '


15 at' Law ey Score Straight A's t

Fifteen' some' 450 students at A-B Honor Roll: Padgett, Missy Price.SixthSeventh .

Lawtey Elementary earned vtraight- ': ,
i A's for the second six-weeks grading First grade- Jackie Anderson, gradeTasher Allen'
period which ended Nov. 17. Becky Austin, Mandy Box, Shannon Lou Austin, Tammie Gidd?ns. 'ik _
Brown, Misty Crawford Tracey
Straight-A students are: Crews, Faye Cruze, LaTerra Seventh gradeLisa Blalock: Zack" y
Bradley Ball first grade,son of Mr. Johnson, Tory Kittles, Okeima Lee, Chastain, Terry Gaskins Ann Starl- ,j
and Mrs'Charles Ball. Misti! Padgett, Jeffrey Pilcher ing, Eric Starling, Robert Starling. 7.. ywr
Rochelle 'Prevatt, Craig Rosier,
Michele Barbour' second grade, David Starling, Tonya Ann Tatum Varying Exceptional ClassKevin < ietings.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Stephanie Traylor, Mae Lynn Van- Linzy,' Angel Starling Roberta* j i--
Holder. diver, Rebecca'Williams.
Micki Becker, fifth grade,daughter WIlliams.'j
of Mr. and Mrs. Les Becker: Second gradeShane Bennett, Josh
Angie 'DeVore' second grade' Cruze 'Geneva Hankerson, Steven Typewriter buy n ("NsTMASWe .Joy to the
daughter of Mrs. Denise DeVore. Hardee. Shneka Hendrieth, Shauntel
Cartrissa Diggs, second grade, Houston, Regina Padgett, Anna Ran- of the !, world. Special
:; daughter. of Mrs. Emma Newsome. jbar. Brandy Ross Glenda Rosier, year Cl ITHAChristmas greetings to
1 Kim' Gowens, 6/7 grade, daughter Metina Smith, Charles' Starling,
: of Mrs. Gwen Gowen. i' Kwanbea Strong. Save $124. extend to patrons
Shan Hampton; fifth grade, son of you and friends.
Mr. Legurtha Hampton. Third grade- Carmen Barber, our heartiest wish
Bridgette Holder second grade, Michael Becker, Michelle'Brown I
has been Olin's
daughter of Mr.. and Mrs., Curtis. Dede Cox, Jamie Cribbs, Jason t a for a Merry Yule.

Holder. Howard, Will Lancaster, Davy Nor- real pleasure to
man, Michelle Sapp. t Mobile Home
Gary Norman,second grade,son of I serve duringthe
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Norman. Fourth gradeRhonda Bright you
Nicole Palin, 6/7 grade,daughter of Karen Hardee, Kim' Johnson, past months. Brown'sHeat SalesHwy
Mr. and MrsMarion Palin. Samatha Jones, Dana Norman, Mark
Jason Pilcher, fourth grade son of 'Shuford, 'Jim Starling, Arkeva Norman's Farm & Air Inc. i
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pilcher: Williams.\. 100 W. Starke

Marla Scott, third grade;daughter Produce, : & Seafood, .,, .., (),S..JWalnut.St.: .. 964-5606
if Mr. and Mrs. David ScotL: ) :A F11Vxtpgrade,Mithae1Blalock, 1 Smith-Corona-2500 Marketa'N '
t D tWIShine-tlilgrafe: ( ; kbh'oPM4',v "Kim' BreWer, Timmy Coleman, i Starke WTW f"cd!;:IOC'! .9647731'fyt'l < ." l'L: 01 l il", Open 7 days a week
nd Mrs. B.J. Shine. Unissa King Kim Lee Lisa Mitchell I electric.portable\, I '% 1 UNI"! '; ?",Startc e.FL/: ..", Kiin( <,. iit ni ',!IIIII! 'M bluo'll
Stephen Tomasovitch, second Susan Peugh, Becky Poqre, Christy 964.6011.
grade son of Mr.,and Mrs. George Redding, Jill Strickland, Tammy JoT Typewriter,carry case I.
Tomasovitch. tum. Sheila Tew, Denise Waddell: 3 Coronamatlc cartridge S3M.S .
Erin Wilkinson, first grade, additional cartridges .
dauQ)1teroLMr.) and Mrs. Edward Sixth gradeKim Austin, LaShawn of your choice 20.
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'women' mothers to six
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Health'' and itatluRa4ier "ices' underweight, and poor.growth.
(MRS)I. whiclt.4r m jerrtlalb '$3a Participation in the W1C.Program is 110 W. Call Starke 964-5764 ,'
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Christmas in the Depression of the clock to rush the camp to completionfor coming to apply i,for,Jobs.' i since' (i ha ';,. ,. 'J.". T ..,"{ ,.,:,' '< '
30s may have been on the dismal sidein its role as the largest Infantry fame of Camp' Standing had been : i" ,ti ..,
Bradford County, as well as the Replacement Training Center in the spread nationwide by newspapersand Baad concerts by Army unit at camp: Blanding "f' ,.':: I
rest of the nation-but with the arrivalof country. magazines. enlivened Call Street In the 1940s when the teeming lit : "
the 1940s, the situation had completely Infantry Replacement: Training Center east of R : J ....)/.':'"'
reversed in.Starke and surrounding The big spurt of business came in An unseasonably early cold spell "Starke'.-....-was rated the fifth most populous "city" inc I. >So >':: ,"..;, ,
area. October as construction workers had had driven some 2,500' 'Okie" .w mw. -

the first opportunity to 'spend their (itinerant) worker families farther ... ,.
Things had gone from bust to boom south but still others kept coming. "It, )fl",: .. .. .
within a few short years and by Col. R. H. Kelly, the hard-pressed '!'; ,. .
Christmas of 1940, local merchantswere Camp Construction Camp Commander pleaded with ""If;;" -, . '
raking in greenbacks from the reporters, "For God sakes tell peopleto DOUBLE FEaTU I .

$2 Blanding.million a month payroll at Camp Workers Had Payroll stay away from here." fifrw f MYI PASSPOKtCOCT COMRADESproducing SUEZ J ,< +rr'mil

As far back as August, the State Ad- ,
An army of 20,000 workers were Of $2 Million Monthlypayroll jutant General had warned Starke ,./11"
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the finishing touches on the I 'OM ice _
putting what to expect when the camp was expanded
sprawling camp which,when fully occupied to accommodate two divisions
by troops, would become the checks and flooded the town ,the 31st and also the 43rd (New T
fifth most populous"city" in Florida- $2 bills, which were 'popular in England) Division, scheduled to arrive .
and all within just seven miles of those days. Extra clerks were hastily soon after the first of the year-a
Starke. hired and some businesses stayed total of some 50,000 troops. ,
open until 11 p.m. before they could -
ByDecember 22 the first close their doors.A Said the Adjutant General: "I find
troops-11,500 men of the 31st (Dixie) here and at other camps that many officers
Division from Florida, Alabama, hastily constructed labor camp at and higher ranking non-coms
Louisiana, and Mississippi poured into Blanding 'sheltered 2,000 white and like to bring their families, and I fan .
camp and Call Street looked like a 2,000' black workers, giving them imagine that there might be pressing :
parade ground on weekends.The room and board for$1 per day. With calls for accommodations near Camp
the peak of the construction work Blanding. Should the full concentration ,
town had already prosperedwith already reached, some workers were develop there will no doubt. be ..
three shifts working around the being laid off, but still others kept calls for from two to four thousand c37/ '"

rooms. Let me suggest that you -, !
watch the papers and should this program
be verified, try to Interest your

etriTOKJALSiBBBHHBHBBB people in the construction of cottages, b r
cabins, and apartments." k

But still the town was unpreparedfor '

--a OHHBBBBHBBBBi'B HH the influx that actually took place, hamlet of 1,500 to a teem .q' .
although every spare room in town ing; bulging, false-fronted frenzied,
was rented, many homes added onto, over-neoned, fluorescent-tubed,
and almost everything with a roof on dollar grabbing I don't know what!"
Peace on Earth it put to use.
Defenders of Starke replied,
Little wonder, then, that on however; that such bad impressionsof
Still Remote Christmas Eve night, half a dozen the town In the Blanding boom
HopeIt businesses on Call Street suffered a days,were the result of get-rich-quick
blackout, warning that Starke's newcomers and promoters who
municipal power plant was cracking beseiged the town in search of a quick
is difficult to write about the Golan Heights that Israel under the terrific strain to which it buck and sometimes took advantageof

"Peace on Earth" this has occupied since 1967. had been put. the soldiers and their families.As .

Christmas with. conditions in But although the booming for the stable population of

Poland and the Middle Eastto Needless to say, the Christmas business was the answer to Starke, it won general acclaim for the
mention only two of theworld's military crackdown in'Poland a merchant's 'dream, dollar-wise, manner in which it entertained the
Christmas 1940 had less'of the old-
hot service families at events in the USO
spots-making major and Mr: Begin's'annexatlon of time holiday spirit than usual, simply and other acts of helpfulness and as.
'war' anever present Golan Heights overshadowedMr. because proprietors and clerks were hospitality. ,\

possibility. To what degree Reagan's earlier prime too busy and too tired to participate in'' Carnival attractions squeezed In every vacanrspaceon Call Street to get thelf;'
such a war could spread, and foreign policy concerns: the the usual festivities: Even the tradi- Maybe Mr. Morehouse was finding share of soldiers' pay on weekends. Buildings in background are the old Stark I
what other nations it would tional Santa Claus was missing from what he was looking for when he Hotel (left) and the office of the late Col. Comer I.. Peek.
alleged assassination threatsto Stump's Store causing disappointed wrote: "Starke, an overnight gold- I!.
eventually involve, we can only President from Colonel children to speculate that he must be rush town as a result of the national N

speculate. Khadafy of Libya' and State "working at Camp Blanding, like emergency> is as fantastic a spot as For this schedule plus a 48-hour electric sawmills. Cut lumber slid out
everyone else." America presents. Newly rich and work week, common labor was paid onto platforms where hundreds of
"Merry Christmas" must ;Department warnings that the over-rich, I find it smug, spoiled, 40 cents an hour; $19.01 a week after men hammered it together, Big
have a hollow ring to the Poles 'Soviet Union and Cuba have Starke was in the spotlight in those somewhat arrogant,and strangely in 19 cents was deducted. And the work cranes reached over, lifted the finished
in Warsaw, where feelings of been intervening with days with feature stories appearing in hospitable." was rough-down as far as 32 feet in sections onto trucks and hauled
Nicaraguan help' in guerilla the "Saturday Evening Post," "The muck and water to lay sewer lines. them to building sites. The walls of
depression and despair are New York Worjd? ...and other But out, of a welter of traffic jams, Grubbing palmettos-and clearing new construction were ready as foun-
warfare in El
predominent on the eve of a Salvador. newpapers and magazines. ......dust; sand, and scrub oak, the huge swamps. z'jtia.Vl .t 5 tA dations were finished.' Erected 'in a
day that should be filled with sprawling camp had taken shape. 1! fe\t>'miHates,' roofs! ''Were purin '
Little place'
wonder that President Ward Morehouse, a widely read Workers came there frpm as far as J'" #;was ,mass. ,pro/fopMon( aul htgs.the.state ; and Workmen'thoved'dn'td'lhe'neltt'
joy. The people of Poland are Reagan; during his'news conference New York columnist of the time, gave the Pacific coast. Work trains arriv- had never seen before. Every building. At the peak of

defeated and crushed, like "last week, wryly this uncomplimentary description off ed each morning from Jacksonville j available truck, dragline, and steamroller the operation was so big employment that it toot

prisoners In their own remarked, "I've come to the what he observed here during the gold and were met by a convoy of trucks, and. other in the area was rented. Cranes three days to pay off the workmen.No :
country-and what is worse, conclusion that there Is rush days of Blanding: men packed 60 at a time in their i(bore equipment used on the job
a names of contractors
12-foot stake bodies. Some throughoutthe matter how it'was.:
traveled prosperous
imprisoned' the actions of "Southern
worldwide plot to make my hospitality? Quick 140 miles a day to and from work, .I south. Thirty buildings a day however, those who had to live
their own countrymen.The job more difficult Watson-the station wagon t Carry me were started and finished. Miles of through this
on almost back to Old standing up in trucks, over highways era would probably,
Virg'nny. first Impression
My railroad
sad fact is that Poland any 'day that I go to the of- ; of Starke remains my last: so crowded that it took more than an ,I cars stood on sidings: and the never want another Christmas like;
lumber that of
hour to'crawl the was unloaded directly into 1940.
seven miles from
was invaded last week-- 'fice. War rich and over rich, it looks and '
to the
i acts it. From a pleasant, strawberryAt camp.
invaded 'from within. But the lot of the Poles this

Poland's army; acting in the "
name of "patriotism, but ata i the most heartbreaking orall. I

tremendous cost hi lives and 'Throughout history, so 'much ... -.

imprisonment, crushed ]Polish blood has been spilledat County Agents 'By. : Burning{ Issue in 191 0 \ i c %;
Solidarity the
people's movement ..
f the hands of foreigners- .:JDnnla

that launched the coun.try's Teutons. Tartars, Germans, Notebook' .Bobby'Taylor .iI' I Cows or no cows on the streetsthatwas A. S. Crews reported cast! -on,hand r
one best hope for ,and Russians. The 'Poles ( the burning question in Starke inthe General Fund, ,$2ii; :;;; Interetyyl/ !
"renewal" sixteen months ;literally rebuilt their beloved .. summer of 1910. $983.59? R& B Fund.$16 1\81fJpgI8: \ \
Warsaw, brick by brick' and i Ir...._ In a signed statement to The $636.68.Fund$,' $1002.22\\ Wa4ft.t"l,9.r k't t :'PJ40.))
ago.Ever Telegraph, Comer L. Peek, early real 911T
since that time, as efforts :stone by stone after it was L estate agent and developer, and one 8918 /ISq
to rebuild Poland's collapsing leveled by Hiltler's forces in the beginning of 1981, I was optimistic farmer who has bad the worst'time, time mayor of Starke. wrote: 9go19
:World War II. \ that our farmers and 14 l but livestock producers have had to "Some years back our City Council FORESTfl' 7'
economic'and J'M i 's
political gardeners would have a good
year. face high feed prices and low marketnod passed an ordinance, on' plea of
order have been frustrated by "I could understand when Strawberry plants were looking g I I prices for their animals: nuisance, requiring that cattle be penned II '-t7sq mIN '
conflict between the despite some very cold days i in\\f at night. |J BRADFORD'COUNrsq'' I
i the invaders
sometimes hot-headed union said were Germans, January and February. I hope 1982 will be a turn-around "Our population then did not reach ii j by David W.Norton ==
an elderly woman in Warsaw year for our folks so they can stay in the number fixed by law that would Bradford
and the Communist'controlled County, .
this week.' "But now we Yield of strawberries per acre was i I business. They need good productionand authorize absolute prohibition Of the Forepte)fl'

government, the Poles; as are being placed under martial down, but prices and quality were> fair prices, and a stroke. of luck cow.. It was hoped that all cattle Are the "Root";
you shade
good throughout the' your
well as outside observers season.: Otherspring from the elements.
( law by our own soldiers." owners in the town; from a love of tree problem? '
were planted and made I-
have wondered how long the good early growth. Present prospects for 1982 look neatness 'and decency, would pen How many times within a year do
experiment would be allowedto An inscription on the tombof pretty good. Strawberries are looking their cows on or before 8 o'clock each you fertilize your lawn? Most

continue with Moscow's influence Marshal Josef Pilsudski However, by early May, we were i ina good and making good growth. Some evening: Of late years' this has been homeowners would answer this ques-
late greens are looking good and being utterly neglected, and droves of cat tion either two or three times. It ls'l
being flaunted just who Poland spring'drought that severely
helped regain independence tle, owned in and out of town, roam
harvested. Warmer conceivable that
hurt early planted watermelonscucumbers weather or more one who believes in a
across the border. True, in 1918 and later our streets and roost on the sidewalks
field corn and several time between freezes should allow our high maintenance program for his
Soviet troops, tanks and aircraft I became a military dictator, other crops. Pastures and grass did| pastures to improve. all"This through the stilly night'.. yard may fertilize many. more times. I
stationed in Poland says: "To win and to relax not grow and hay production was sell ;There Is becoming so than just once.
stayed out of action last week, means disaster. To be, 'ing below normal. .. is speculation that hog and unbearable that some of the ladies of In some cases when an immediate
beef prices should the town have
improve in early requested help to abate objective such
as rich
but the significance of'their defeated and not to 1982. Feed the nuisance. green grass is j
surrender prices should moderate desired, fertilizer is
Some and watermelon with little
corn fields applied
presence was not lost on the J since corn and "The point Is to ask cattle
-tha t's victory were total disasters with no harvestat soybean production in owners thought directed at other plants which I
Poles, who were already 1 Perhaps this can be appliednow all. There were a few crops that did the U.S. (not In Florida and our area) not to allow their stock out at night on may be directly affected. Your prized
under martiallaw enforced i broke records in 1981. If livestock the streets. Also to ask the council to shade tree roots lie within
to the present, apparent produce well even though. moisturewas zero to fit- I
by'their own troops. short. producers would have a much better appoint enough scavengers to clean teen inches below the level of the
winner, the Communist-con prospect for profit in 1982. the sidewalks each morning, if.they lawn.

President Reagan blamed !trolled army, and the present We finally got some rain in July and 'f cannot enforce said ordinance.. And, The small feeder roots which absorb -
the Soviet Union for forcing apparent losers-the people's August that helped the late crops and Planting intentions of vegetables If nothing else will avail, they believe a significant quantity of all they
movement and all pastures. Rainfall appear to be up for next spring. hope the present census will give the life essential elements utilized
Polish authorities to act and Solidarity, was short i in by the
growing and population to
necessary prohibit
marketing conditions the individual
September and October and tree can burn from'
warned of more serious consequences I the long-sufferings Poles who ::early planting winter.forages made and will be good; and we can expand our town cow, and they will insist on it." quantities. of applied fer excessive
have hoped and strived for total
:if the Russians i so I greens risky. Our winter pastures are vegetable acreage. City Payroll tilizers. This occurs frequently

directly intervened. 'Moscow, long for better-times. j jj still not up to par, and cold conditionsand I hope you were fortunate and have For July Into because a tree which was once part of

in its Soviet-controlled media, in the words of one observer j shortage of moisture'are.holding had a good year. I also hope you are Council members E. P. Duncan W. a into forest community front has found its way
I growth to a minimum. your yard. Under
accused Mr. Reagan of" I'oss .cinterference' [)f the Polish scene : Your having Bradford'enjoyable holiday season. J. Griffin, F. H. Long. $1 each. conditions the trees have adapted forest to a .
: County Cooperatives
in Poland's- "Solidarity's attempt to All this is to say that our Extension' Service wishes you and C. F. Hoover, Mayor's fees, $2. low nutrient (fertilized) condition
fairs. Where matters will go 4 organize[ society on a base of :have had a difficult year. I don't want a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and any applied fertilizer can place

from there 'is anybody I more popular consent apparently to: single out any particular type of AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! W. L. Wall Fire Chief$2.., the tree under a stress situation. This
results in
poor appearance and
guess. J has been defeated, City Attorney A. S. Crews ble insect and disease attacks. .
salary I
To add further gloom to the for now. But the demonstration $S. .. Fertilizer for lawns must also be I

holiday''scene and darken the : over the past sixteen C. A. Clerk's fees applied over a specified duration to
Futch $4.24
: ,
keep the lawn

t I I hope for "Peace on Earth," their months: yearnings of the people's, and their will, m 1; i pll ; Firemen: J.S.. Cassie, W.H. Miner. not In a number of healthy cases If in the appearance lawn does

Israel's unpredictable Prime : for @ J.C. Alvarez Roger Wells H.L. completely absorb the fertilizer
Minister Menachem Begin capacity unified" effort has Miner, Carl Knight, W.L,: Kickliter application these nutrients find

picked this moment for a not been lost. ,.* *: Win. Moitt, Clyde Chancy, $1 each. tinual homes within the soil.* If this is a con-
ESTABLISHED ? practice the soil PH (
1879 percent
dramatic coop; infuriating As long as such spirit persists MEMBER Lacy H. Austin, Marshal, $30. hydrogen) slowly begins to change.

Arabs and further confusing perhaps it is not too BOB G. FERGUSON =: 'JOHN M. MillER PublUhvrsPublished ; Ed"Burnsed, night police; ;salary This has a slow strangling effect on r,

the Reagan Administration. much to hope, this holiday .och Thursday. ..Nl......... as Second at the $45. most pine trees which prefer an acid'
In a surprise move Mr. Begin season, that "Peace/ on ....t Offic .! Start.. pl.; WfUr Act of March I. U7t slaw type soil. Although the damage has a
strangling effect
forced through his Earth" will the tree appears
govern- some day becomea
Sult rfptloft ,... tin traaVarwM ....... to die overnight.
annexation of 500 $I far y. > H Sin "Th two stimulant
ment' the I reality, rather than just a Unlike'lawna, trees
OutiM.,.. only require a
*am $14 f" r.*rj ".10 Six ftUnrtuPhoiw.tttMM in the world are youth and _
square miles of. strategic, tiformerly :lope expressed on a '.' .d ", fertilizer application once a year.
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.. '. < .- tQ2tC p tft2tC >' w Christmas Tour of Holiday DecorationsEven I
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;t" ':' ,. "\' J The Social Side with the energy crunch Starke Most of the businesses have very attractive
.;1, ::, : has managed to provide several pret displays in their windows, including
ty Christmas decorations Jn homes : Sears. Julia's Flowers,
oj and businesses: Wilson's Flowers, Sunshine Flowers,
s Gladys Mooty Of The During the 1960's the Garden Clubof Bradford Florist, The Office Shop

Ifto .t Starke gave prizes for the three! Korner Fashions, Bullington's, Montgomery -
r I, outstanding homes with Christmas Ward, Southern Discount,
: '
: '
Society Editor ... = decorations. The took the etc.
j''lt{ :I. '. 1, : city over
... contest for several years: then for one
: 961r7608. ,News reason or another it was discontinued. A sad note is the absence of the
Ifs Courtsey of Telegraph staffers Frank Patterson home on the tour.
/1' + 1 ""IltC'I2'C tC Gladys and Carolyn is a suggestedtour The Patterson home at 250 S.
ff. PI.. r ; : of holiday decorations: Westmoreland St.was decorated until
f'; Dec. 6. The family left the house to go

r Country Club Has Christmas Party Perhaps the most popular display is shopping about 6 from When theyreturned
the lights the hedge in
the Starke water tower which can be
Ir front of the house (about 80 feet, a
; seen entering or leaving the city.
annual dish
The Christmas
family partyfor supper was covered with a red
candle stick and Santa were all missing -
il. \ .1. members of the Starke Golf and cloth and decorated with'' greenery Equally popular is the Christmas tree .
The Patterson's 2V4 old son
at the old Bradford Cour- year
'If t Country Club was held Thursday with a Christmas arrangement County
b is still asking where his Santa is, according -
is thouse on the Call St. side, and the
night Dec. 17 at the club house. centerpiece. The dining tables were
to his father.
'i 1 new nativity, and tree on the US-301
., The club house was gayly decoratedin also covered with red. cloths If we have missed decorations,
side of the courthouse.A your
the Yuletide motif. decorated with
i The buffet table for the covered The youngsters greenery.were enchanted by trip to Green Acres to see the we apologize. Merry Christmas.
., ;- homes of Judge Geo. Pierce and Drew
t. / Marvothe Magician and Santa Claus;
,I' I ) Roddish's is worthwhile. It wantto
Bradford County Bill McRae and Joey Her res on the

.... ... ....,.!._.. -:. electric piano and guitar entertainedwith Ricks out US-301 North you will see
i Exceeds InChristmas has once again decorated
J.,'L .. .>". ,,,.. song rhythm throughout the .
the front of his business.In
.' : Seal Sales evening with Christmas music and
\ the limits the homes of Olin
,,, popular tunes.Approximately. city
& '. ,, 'r Congratulations the citizens of 150 attended during White on Lake St., the Ward home on
I Bradford County for being the first the hours 6:30: to 10 p.m. Orange and Pratt Sts., Lonnie Zurtluh 1r
f'r. county in the Northeast Florida area home on Walnut St., Russell Norman -
.Iy to exceed their' 1980 Christmas Seal home on Call St. and a home on Soul
I Campaign total of giving by con- "n B-U Guidance Clinic St. are all very attractive.The .

tributing.$1,487.00 to this year's cam- Offers Course On Bradford County Hospital has
paign. their large tree decorated with lights. TI
T I '. Because of this kind generosity, lung "Successful Parenting The interior also is very prettily
disease patients can'look forward to Improved decorated.
t.w lifestyles and better medical Beginning January 18, 1982, the
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic will
; r .:i r x" f yb Best wishes to one and all for a happy be offering a nine week class in suc Community Bank
cessful parenting. The classes will be
healthy holiday season from the Christmas DinnerThe
\ Florida Lung Association, Northeast held each Monday evening through
Branch. March 15, from 5 to 7 p.m. Advanced Community State Bank of
7"","", ., .. ,_. ..-. "' .- registration and a fee of$10 per family I- Starke held their annual Christmas
Mr.and Mrs.Kevin Tillmanr are required by January IS. The dinner Saturday night at the Starke
B.C.S.F.S. Christmas registration fee includes the cost of Woman's Club with Bill Wilson Jr
Miller and Kevin Tillman Dec. 14 the workbook and materials. In- catering. '
Mary Anne Party terested
I parents can register from 8 The long dining tables were
The Bradford County School Food a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Fri- decorated with arrangements ot

Carried Dec. 19 in Methodist Church Service Association held it's annual Dec. day Street at In the on'321 W. Madison cedar, holly, pine cones and candles. YULETIDECHEER
Christmas party on Monday During the evening Sen Charley K:
14th at the Bradford County High The Clinic's Successful Parenting Johns chairman ot the board and
2 Mr. and Mrs John Miller announcee flowers flanked by silver' candle School Cafeteria.The program helps parents understand George Canova, director ol I ho bank
marriage of their daughter, Mary holders with pink tapers. The punch dining room was decoratedwith children's behavior, communicate effectively wished everyone present a Merry
Jfcme, to Kevin Tillman, son of MI". bowl and cake were encircled with Christmas motif and carols with children, successfully Christmas. We to tell
2hd Mrs. C. R. Tillman, all of Starke. fern and'pastel colored flowers: Topp- were played throughout the evening. encourage cooperation of their Linda Seay's band of Palalka pause
$Rev. Warren Langer performed the ing the three layer, pillared cake wasa Several games were played by the children, and develop responsible and played music for dancing and entertainment our customers how
ptials on Saturday, Dec. 19, 'at 3Cm. nosegay of pastel flowers' Charlean members door prizes were given and happy children. The course also helps for the approximately 70
( in the First United Methodist Beam cut the cake and assisting in gifts exchanged between members. parents improve their relationshipswith guests between the hours 6 p.m. and 1 much we enjoyed
in the presence' of the Im serving were Miss Kathy Struth, Mrs. A delightful'buffet dinner was enjoyed their children. Any parent or a.m. serving them all.
families and a few close Bill Meng and daughter, Dana, Mrs. by everyone. Mrs. Annie Lee potential parent is eligible for the
lurch. Bob Ferguson and daughters Aimee Alvarez' and Mrs. Dottie Kite were class, and where both parents are living .
| George Canova presented a and Julie. hostesses for the evening. Twenty- together, they are both encouraged Briefcases Acme Hardware &
of .nuptial music on the Following a wedding trip to Jekyll eight members attended the seasonal to participate: Any questions can From $12.00Orrlce Building Supplies
organ. Island the couple Is living in an apart- affair. be directed to Dave McCampbell at Shop
Christmas motif 9648382. 110 W.Call St. 301 E. Call St. Stark
;fA was carried out ment'on Euclid street, Starke.
in the altar decorations with a tall The bride 'and groom are both : eeee I:D1//!:eeoeemlaOereeeta8lceurasDr. : 961-5764
.{ hristmas tree and numerous potted graduates'of Bradford High School.
ppinseUias. The bride graduated in 1981, attended i Leonard ...................e. .
Bill Goodge served as best man and Flagler College and is a part time Schlofman
Kevin Miller, brother of. the bride, employee at the Office Shop. The
was usher. groom' graduated in 1979, attended Optometristwould : Now Featuring .
'Miss Nancy Payne attended as Santa Fe College and is presently
maid of honor. She wore 'a 'pale employed at Lawtey Correctional :
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lavender, street length, sweater Center. like to announce the assumption of Orange Tags
dress. She carried a bouquet of
'lavender carnations and baby's Christmas Eve I : save at :

keath..rThq'b. ,.. '... ,. { Eucharist Saturday, ",''' '" ... '
? ? ..Dr"James; K. Hester's Office ....... .
d"el given in Inarriageby her, Mark's '. encore ....
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rose trim. She wore silk lavender tends an invitation to the communityto and now full time
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practice located Temple Open
r flies and baby's breath in her hairattached enter the birthday of our Lord at in
to a' comb and carried a the communion altar of St. Mark Pantry Pride Shopping Center.
nosegay of silk lavender lilies and Church beginning at 11 p.m.. Dec. 24,
baby's breath. Christmas Eve. I
Father Frank Daley will be the ,
"A reception was held at the home

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II11..1! .. Old You Know.........". "',,r/:,{.{'

Nancy Struth Given Bridesmaid's BrunchMiss 'f.,., ',. .f, Mrs. 0., L'' Haynes, Jr. visited her

.. -. f '. Mrs. Orie Wiggins spent the weekend daughter, Mrs. 'Marda Welch1 and
Nancy Struth whose mar- Hostesses were Mrs. H. H. Adams, with Mra/and:Mrs'..James., L. Wigginsand family in Savannah, Ga. Sunday to
riage to Gary Gullic was an event of Mrs. Myldred Cuttino, Mrs. O. L. family In Jacksonville and attended Wednesday of last week.
Sunday afternoon, was complimentedat Haynes,-Jr.,' Mrs. Virginia Darby, the Christmas cantata at the First
a bridesmaid's', brunch Saturday Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. J. W. Baptist Church:
morning'at the Holiday Inn. Ritch. They presented the honoree Dr. and Mrs. Michael Sistrunk and
The U-shaped dining table was with two dinner plates' her chosen w Mr. and Mrs. 'Craig Frarisen of daughters of Salem, Ark. are holiday
centered with a red Santa boot China pattern. Jackson, Minn were last Wednesday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C
balanced by red candles, holly and Miss Struth presented gifts to her and Thursday guests of Mr. and Mr$. R. Scoggins.
white chrysanthemums. At Intervals attendants during the brunch. Jerald Baldwin.
along the side tables were crystal Out of town guests were Mrs. Rod Michael McQuaig and Miss Carol
vases holding holly and white pom- Struth of Plant City, 'Miss Kathryn Kevin Miller' of the University of Barrett of Atlanta were Monday overnight .
poms. Christmas place cards marked Peek of Tallahassee and Mrs. South Florida is home for the holidays. guests of Mrs. Mack Wjlliams.
the seating arrangement for the 17 Richard Wheeler Marietta; Ga.

guests. Vacuum Cleaner ,

BUS Class of '72 First Baptist Madison St. 4 Christmas Sale 10-2O O4I

Planning ReunionThe To Hold Bible ConferenceOn On All Vacuums'F

Bradford High School class of January 4 through 8 (Monday > J,F k,
1972 is beginning plans for a 10 year Wednesday) the Madison Street'Bap- AL 'YOUNG VACUUMS

reunion. tist: Church and the 'First Baptist 3MLN US301 Rfarfrp Qfi4-fiQ1ft ,
All those interested in helping andtaking Church of Starke will hold a joint Bi-
part are urged to contact ble Conference at 7:00: 8:49 each
either of the following: Lee Sparks at evening. ,
964-6330 or Lee Hardenbrook at This conference will be held at the 1 ,/ .
964-6280, Ext. 215 or 964-877S. The Madison Street Baptist Church. The iiiii.
group hopes to meet right after the pastors of the two churches, Rev. )
New Year so please call any of the Robert Gillis and Rev. Ben Bryant "10< ",
above as soon as possible.St. will team teach the Biblical book of ,.
Jeremiah to the adults. .' i
Conferences led by from ,.
Mark's YouthCelebrat.s )I. ,..
both churches will be held for all age >yf"4 i-
Advent groups and a nursery wilt be providedfor .,;;.' .
bed babies. Provision has been III' "C
With Caroling, Party made to involve the entire family. I \:. (t-l .

The Youth of St. Mark's Church, The Bible book of Jeremiah Is one of .I .. ,
their the most touching and profound booksin .. $t:
parents, and a few senior .. ,.. ,
members of the church enjoyed the the Old Testament. The books per- .. ..... ... ooJt I.t'\.. ":'3.V--. Arlrt:1Rw
traditional service of Lessons' and sonal dimension:is emphasized when _,.,, ...rIisbes. r' ..A.flo ;, ::i ;
Carols Sunday afternoon at St. the prophet revealed the Intimate rw.' ,,.;"' '"'. ) j"
Mark's. Participants in the Lessons details'of his experience with God. ,C) "I'
and Carols were John Stanwix-Hay, Studying these passages can help one \ar f
Yvonne Bobo, Jody Brown, Paul feel the heartbeat of this devoted ser
Sanders, Bart Neighbors, Jennifer vant of God. Jeremiah shared more of
Brown, and Eric Sanders. Mr Ray his personal experiences with God
Stanwix-Hay was the officiant. than any other person in' the Old.
Following' the service, the youth Testament.The .
boarded into the back of 'Mac public is invited and encouraged 'Best
Baldwin's truck to go caroling. These to attend this dynamic Bible con- .
Included Bart Neighbors, John ference January 4 -8. ,.' '
Stanwix-Hay, Eric Sanders, Eric
Noegel, Paul Sanders, Jody Brown, for holly and We welcome this We wish you.,aU a
Jason Brown, Jennifer Brown, Jane Organ GivenTo
Stanwix-Hay, Yvonne Bobo, Allison mistletoe opportunity to say most Merry Holidayand
Farnsworth; Amy Noegel, and Donna AdventistsThe everywhere, have Yule. peace and joy.
Padgett. Music director a Merry
Nancy Starke of
Seventh-day Adventist day
Green, Judy Brown, and Cathy Church is happy to announce the gift' I every .. your
Grider, also rode along. of a new Organ to their congregation.The Holiday! Jones
Parents of the children, along with organ itself is not actually new, Crown Central
Lyn Williams and Brad Neighbors, but it is a new addition to the church.As .
remained at the church to prepare hot LumberHwy Funeral Home
many of you are aware, we have The Bradford County
cold drinks
dogs hot chocolate, and ,
snacks for the carolers. After been looking forward to the construc- 301 S. 964-7490 Starke O04-62OO
tion of a new church on 100W. That
the children trimmed the tree and Starke, Fl.
exchanged Staff
gifts. construction is going to begin within Telegraph
the next few weeks, now. On hearing
Mrs. Flossie Prescott and Mr. &
Mrs. Tom Dwyer celebrated the about the building program a ..'
I minister in Orlando asked us if we
festive occasion with the children.
,needed an organ. We told him that we .
II 1 had one, but that we didn't feel that it L

E 1 would be adequate for the new sanc- Did You Know...........
Christms Musical I tAt uarv. Then he offered to give us a rtr C
First Baptist Hammond organ, that had been givento o
him, and had since been replaced Mr. and Mrs. Benny Williams of
Mr. and Mrs.
"The Glory of Christmas" by Jim- by another organ, also given to him. Savannah, Ga. are Christmas guestsof Christmas George Copeland haveas
mie and Carol Owens was presented Some of the church members went to his mother, Mrs. Mack Williams. holiday guests: Mr. and We've
Mrs. Michael
Sunday night Dec. 20th. The musical: his home this past Sunday, and now Skinner of AUanta Mr. wrapped
was performed by the Adult Choir and the new organ is in our existing Wade Winkler Diane Crews, Brenda 'and'.Mrs. Gary' Wilt of Boynton Beach; ," + v ec ''' ..' uP a W l\o R.PdSltageot.good..witttes.for
"'Mr.:and Mrs; R H Brooks of :
the Young Musicians\ of First Baptist church waiting for its move to the new Prevail,John and Joe.Valinski and WillistonJ ,iJ \;< J.lI
Church. They.were accompanied by building when it is completed.c Doug Reddish of FSU are home for and Mrs. Rob Brooks and family or '' !, I 'di tre7c'Pf2911' "'' .
Newnan ? 'Uti1'ttoSfl9: Fi
Mr. and Mrs...Uicharcfj;: .
Ken Parristr of Gainesville' the Come'and rejoice with us i in the the holidays.Mr. wn, 'w .. .nvwanrrn4 MH'PftW fHYtlfN';
McEvoy and sons of Atlanta and Mr. Van'y
piano and twenty members of the patrons!;'
goodness that God has shown g f
us not
and Mrs. Ed
Bradford' Htgh School Band: Jim only in the gift of this organ, but most and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand Mith. Skinner of Brighton, been a pleasure
Paronto, Bradford Middle School important of all, in the gift of His Son, daughters of Ormond Beach, Mr. serving
Band Director;assisted in'the percus- Jesus Christ. and Mrs. Harrington of Keystone 1 youthroughout .

sion'section.The instrument. parts were arranged Did You Know........... Gables Heights, and Douglas Harold Seymour Seymour of'Cora of I Southern Adrienne Gainesville College Barry, Ala.are of andXTew home Birmingham for Barryof the Merry Christmas from Randy at year. We hope,the:this

by Mike Woodfin. Bradford High Gainesville are Christmas holiday; Christmas
holidays. STARKE is filled
School Band Director: Mr. Woodfin Mrs. Sara Barton d Atlanta is spen- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Seymour RADIATOR SERVICE
also served'as instrumental director ding the holidays with her soninlawand with especiallyluakjsurrises' %
for the entire musical. Beth Francis daughter, Col. and Mrs. H. M. Hat Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Black of St. t o all our patrons & friends '
was instrumental rehearsal accom- cher; Jr. Petersburg and Mrs. Jane Ward of .
panist. Cocoa Beach are Christmas guests of
Soloist in the program were Esther Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty. .. :'
Hardy, Don Hardy, Carol Milner, Bob Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nichols and .
Milner, Deborah Woodfin, and Richie sons of Panama City and Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor. The musical'was under the Roy Fraysier of Miami will be Mac Baldwin won the that' hoH
direction of Bill Floyd, Minister of Christmas holiday guests of Rev. and was raffled off by the Women of St. w' t7
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December Z4, 1981 TELEGRAPH Pace 7A

.. -' Southside School News,

."'. .'""" In Miss Monterey Wasdin's first cafeteria sometime in the near

grade the A-B Honor Roll studentsare future: Pizza: tossed salad, corn, ice
: Charnelle McPherson Jeffery cream and milk for one and the otheris
:; Johns, Eric Kurtzo and Janna Thorn- Chicken, mashed potatoes with
ton.Mrs. gravy tossed salad, roll, chocolate
Laurie Mullins' kindergartenclass cake and milk. The new library assis-
learned about Indians and tant is Michelle Garcia and the Safety
4foc' Pilgrims during November. They Patrol members are Tangala Bass
made Indian clothes, necklaces and and Billy Harrison, The great news
headdresses to wear to lunch. Mrs. from Mrs. Stroud's class is that they
; ws4 w s Nora Adkins brought feed sacks to have doubled In number and now
make a big tepee on the playground. have a beautiful new portable
They learned Indian songs and classroom to call home.
dances to do. Mrs: Susan McClellan Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth grade
brought pumpkins and Mrs. June Reading Program has been emphasizing
Hall helped make pumpkins pies for the excellent discipline of a'S\
the students to eat for Thanksgiving memorization of poetry. The studentsare
dinner In the lunchroom. It was fun to required to memorize a poem that
act out the stories of the first they can recite to the class.They have t
Thanksgiving. They studies 'health also been reading biographies and fiction V Vs
helpers' last week: Firemen Curtis for making oral book reports to
Crawford and Earl Biggs brought the their class
firetruck to school for the children to All Southside students were given E
see and learn about. They helped the the opportunity to participate in the
rV' children hold the nozzle on the fire
{ "Space Walk", Nov. 12, sponsored by
hoze while it sprayed water and showed the March of Dimes. Awards were
the students all the firemen's; tools. given for the most money collected

__ __________ ___ _._______ ,_'__ __ .. 'm_____ __ fifth News grade from: On Mrs.the A-B Brenda Honor Strouds Roll students.from donors and turned in by the ; '

Library program at Headstart are Brian Chris Fitchett Durban has and Tangala been in Bass.the <<::1 t tI

)' Mr.: Dan Smith of the Starke Library, visited the Bradsongs, a story Christmas and a film "Rudolph Redford hospital for the removal of his appen- ,.. ".
.... County Headstart School where he presented Action Nosed Reindeer" to 39 happy faced children. ., dix. Two nutritional menus have been s ":' \
v made by the class to be served in the (,,

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-J by Delores Meng friends and family too; And with every gift we open-Let us friends in the area.
Phone 468-191 Thank you,'dear 'Jesus, for all of open'our hearts and pray; Among Sunday visitors at the Francis
: this-And a Happy Birthday too. Thank you, Oh God, for JesusAndto Meng home were Patty Griffis and jM
; .. Open House Invitation As look from this Jesus .
you Heaven-Upon A Happy Birthday. Rita Meng of Gainesville, and Mike
Don and Barbara Hill invite all '
wonderful land; and SusanSlaughter with baby }
: their friends'in the Hampton area to And read the thoughts of millionsOf This poem was composed by daughter, Susanna of Leesburg. .
an Open House Holiday Party at their every child, woman and man. Reverend Ray Williams, and is read Hampton Elementary School r s
.. .home on Saturday'Dec.; 26,between May our thoughts be of Jesus-And while their family is gathered opening Children at the school were treatedto
the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 hear His loving call; their Christmas presents. a Christmas dinner on Thursday: NOEL
p.m. Their home address -is 1307Humon And thank you Oh, God, for giving- Some parents and grandparents were
Avenue, Palatka, and their The most wonderful gift'of all. Holiday DecorationsThe also on hand to enjoy the turkey and
telephone is 3285022. On Christmas morning as the gifts Hampton area is fortunate to trimmings' prepared by Blonnie 4!
Don' and Barbara with their are opened-And we Rather around the have the lovely Christmas scenes Derkman ana her efficient staff. And the
daughters'Wendy and Debbie, lived tree, created yearly 'at the Joe Riddick Love Bug Movie: may
In Hampton many years and would I pray, Oh God, we stop and think- home on US 301 South and the Cecil Students and faculty enjoyed the
enjoy seeing friends'again. What caused this day to be. Mattheus home on SR 18. Many of the amusing movie, Love Bug, on Friday true spirit of
Because of your rove and mercy- homes along the Hampton Lake road in the school auditorium.
Christmas Prayer For a world that had gone astray; are also lovely this time"" of year.. Afternoon parties were held in the
You gave us this Christ Child Holiday VIsitors various classrooms In celebration of Merrrjrisfmas( the season
Happy Birthday Jesus Jesus-To become Our Truth,Our Life, Gerald and Tommy Meng, Mike Christmas. Rooms were decoratedwith
Happy Birthday, dear Jesus-As we Our Way. Gissy, and Phillip Brown of Christmas trees and other gay be this
celebrate It today; May we turn our eyes to Heaven- Sacramento;California,all arrived at Holiday decorations. from : R.V.Pam, yours
Exchanging' gifts among And thank our God above. the Jacksonville airport last Tuesday Planning Day
us.-Joyfully singing-happy and gay. For giving us ills begotten Son- night. They will be spending about On January 4, a Teacher's Planning Paul, Kimbo Andy Yule.
Sharing our love and concern-With Wrapped in his undying Love. three weeks with their families and Day will be held at the school.

:OtDurrance: GRIFFIS ft SONS

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by Mrs.C.E."Sue"Davis Boy ScoutsAt group all gathered in the'pastorum Brooker met Mrs. Al Siddle and Supply Co.
Phone 485-1344 the Scout meeting Dec. 14, Courtof for a get-together and late dinner children at the home of Mr.'and Mrs. 964-5531
Honor', Kelly Bigham was Saturday.Our W. C. Conners in Jacksonville for a
Brooker Elementary School presented with a Boy Scout badge visit and luncheon recently. The Sid- R
The varying exceptionalist class of after becoming a member of the prayers and thoughts go out to dle family are from Richmond, Va.: ,
BES accompanied their instructor organization. Paul Prescott and family at this time.
Debbie BIgham and Sue Crawford to Mr. Prescott suffered a severe stroke Mr. and Mrs.Calvin White of Sump-
a Christmas party for the students at Brooker Baptist Church last Friday and is in the ICCU unit at terville visited with the Perry White .. <11 t
+ ,-the Gainesville Oaks Mall Thursday: The Christmas Cantata The Night the VA Hospital in Gainesville and is and the'Otis"'Tetstone families over {\\

10 enhero's The Angels Sang" was presented: tQ 1 J1, m}I9CrltlFPlwl.tA! ''lilt: w. boa the:weekend.. ," .. t' .. : :: ,:"; ;lr 9 .
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I Tne trip was an enjoyable experiencefor worship hour last'Sundayundef dPearl" Weeks of Santa Fe was the Mr. and Mrs. George Davis have v.
the children.l direction of Tommy Cox the church luncheon guest of Mr and Mrs. J. C, returned' home after visiting with
music 'director: Brad Cox narratedthe Harrell last Friday.Mr. friends and relatives in Tampa, Land
The play "A Colorful Christmas"was program and trio parts were sung 0' Lakes Zephryhills and Dundee fora
presented to the students staff by Deena Cox, Ginger Adams and and Mrs. J. C. Harrell of few days recently.
and visitors at the school last Tuesday Pam Willingham. Organist Gean
evening. Written by Martha Pillow the
Douglas was accompanied on
l the play was about a small boy who piano by Kay Crosby. Frank Young AccountantIncome
moved to Florida from the North and
eould' not hope to celebrate the Around Town Tax Accounting Services:
holidays without snow. Santa along The Rev. Andy Moon and family
3 Mi. of
N. Starke U.S. 301
wW).hta helpers strived to prove the were reunited with old friends after 5
.. youngster'_.wrong in his belief. years when they received a phone call
964-51 3QG
Characters were: Brian Kendrick- from the Rev. Ray Cague and family
the boy; Christi! Nipper-Brian Callon, also the mother-in-law Mrs. Baker
Kevin Starling and Lorle Callon-the who were In Florida on vacation from I
elves; Mira Hodge-the mother; RIchmond Ky. last Saturday. TheHre's
Michael Stilwell-Santa. "White
Christmas" was ,presented by the
fourth grade; Santa's Helpers"
Kindergarten; ./'Rudolph ,the Red
Nose Reindeer'*first grade;."Silver
Bells"second; grade; ."I'm: Getting
Nuttin forVChmtmas'i third grade
with solo part *sung by' Josh U
Crawford; "The Christmas Song" the
sixth grade and"Do You Hear What IHear'T .i ry .l u
the fifth grade. Music director :3 Et,: -
Susan Scott and 'music played by '
Anita Countryman pianist play director
Rick Ezzell and costumes were by
the classroom teachers

Buddy Paterson Principal of BES To all of our employes and I their families and to all the people in
accompanied Santa as he visited each .a the community that support us in our bus twss.
classroom last Friday before the clos-
ing of school for the holiday. Classes .
will resume Tuesday, Jan.'5.
GreetingSWe j HERCULESeace

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Wishing you all a

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hoping your give thanks for Christmastime.
Christmas is brimming happy
our blessings
with holiday delights.
+ and send you our
We've enjoyed your
best wishes. :
patronage throughout Advanced

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Big ... E. McBridePvt. squad. !
Dewayne .
McBride is a 1981 graduate of Brad- Sloan is Top Cadet
Jerry Sharp, 20, holds a 5-foot, Dewayne E. McBride, son of ford County High School, Starke. Of First 6-Weeks
-Inch Diamond Back rattler he killed Mr. .and Mrs. James L, Green of :
Thanksgiving,Day on the bank of a Starke has completed One Station Arthur J. Parker Cadet Second U. Philip Sloan of the
pond In the center ol Hampton Villas Unit Training OSUT) at the U.S. Army Navy Seaman Recruit Arthur J. ni JIIOTC Tornado Battalion at Bradford
.. f a mobile home park off SR-32J Just ,Infantry School, Fort Banning, Parker, son of Jerry Parker of High School was selected as most
south of Hampton. Ga.OSUT Brooker Fla., and Joyce Parker of outstanding cadet of the first six- ,
Sharp heard the snake singing In is a 12-week period which Trenton, Kla., has completed trainingat 4t weeks grading period. v Il(j t ,
the bushes surrounding the pond, but combines basic combat training and the Naval Training Center, Orlando Cadet Sloan was )udg. could not see the big rattler. He sent advanced individual training.The Fla. three A's appearance, attitude, and
his bulldog Into the bushes and thesnake' training included weapons > l aptitude.
started hum- qualifications, squad tactics, patroll- During the eight-week training cycle
14 rattles really trainees studied general military Sloan Is the grandson of Roy
called the out and landmine warfare field communications
ming. Sharp dog subjects designed to them for Ilrantley of Kingsley Lake and hall
shot the snake by aiming at the noise. and combat operations. further academic prepare and on-the-job .been a member of the JIIOTC pro-."
The big diamond back weighed, Completion of this course qualifiesthe for two '
training in one of the Navy's 85 !basic gram years.
about 30 pounds.It soldier as a light-weapons Infan-
Is only the third rattler Sharp has tryman and as an indirect fire occupational fields. I
ever seen around his home. crewman. Included in their studies were
I Soldiers were taught to performany seamanship, close order drill Naval
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and Mrs. Authur Hordige of London, TYLENOL II MAXWELL HOUSE G FLAT PACK '
England and the Paternal grand- TABLETS COFFEE GIFT WRAP
parents are Rev. and Mrs. Levy Len-. aoTTLionoo r e.l R.a2.29 77PrtoMl peso.: -'e ..2rT
non of Starke. fiSHS OLD SPICE .,.. $T IUfl.199.... -J49 1
The Lennon family ask continued GIFT SET ADC orElectrlcPerk, 1 t4 Hand Separate,precut 4,
blessings upon the family and 117M Aspirin-tree N..2206 wa9 Limit 2 t pieces. sheets. 8 designs.

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Chandler celebrated their 41st anniversary I PLANTERSSNACKS '.
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Greater Allen A.M.E, Church: Sun 11-OUNCI .Cheez Balls or patternsr Assorted sizes for y
day School 10 a.m., Morning Worship I 169c1 : = Corn Chips. Limit 2 everyone.
service will be conducted by the
Youth"of the church, 11 a.m. The For relief of upset Start your day with f} .j
Fellowship of Churches monthly activities stomach. Limit 1 ,..:; the scent of Old M&M
will be conducted at 3 pm.: ..,., Spice. Limit 1 r PLAIN or PEANUT LUNCHEON
All members are asked to be present. GIFT
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monthly meeting of the Pastor and I 11.5-OUNCI "439 H B.Sf "Regular 2S 177 .
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Deacons will be Sat., Dec. 26, 2pm.: NEW HEAD -
Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Wor- BENYLIN SHOULDERS Chocolate In sugar } ... = Assorted holiday
ship 11 a.m. All members are askedto COUGH r- ? designs. :0 iT"'O. ..MTIWII'
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attend the Fellowship service at 3 I SYRUP I ,ffiliff U
p.m. Afternoon services 5 p.m. Wat- 4-OUNCI H29 I 011'0'
chnight services for the Fellowship of 188 KODAK t' LePAQE 1 tau.uAe' .
Churches, Elder Cohens conducting, ,.. PR-10 INSTANT .. INVISIBLE' I 'i= ".. AMCELLOTAPE" '
will be held New Bethel I 2 types Price reflects *_ 1j
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For reliefofcough. -. 20 off label 2 COLOR FILMlOEXPOtURE \ : .. :.-:
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Time 10 p.m. O99KPrlod .R.BUl. rS 2''''' 0 9 :f.i:7B:
Concerned Citizens Meeting I ...W Nq, PrlcMl ,. t.:1.... ROLLS I
The Concerned Citizens of Bradford Capture the Joys of Greatforwrapping--
County monthly meeting will be held 1 the holidays In color, Gift needs. Dispenses easily.
Monday, Dec. 28. All members are I SUCRETSLOZENGES w
asked to attend. It will be in the IIIDURACELL .m'I
K.J E. cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. The help PACK OF 24 PACK RUBBERMAID'
t of everyone is needed. < BjdBMJHjWILLIAMSBURG ,
Campbell Masonic Lodge will -----..-- BATTERY !
celebrate St John Divine Day Sunday Forellefofmlnor : R.gular2A6 59 M Y YOuR CHOICE : ea h.O. 4' 99 at f.5 s

Dec. 27 at Pleasant Grove United I throat Irritations. a.le Priced ........... ,2/6Q 6.,.Prro.d ... r.. R* .1.2t Prlecd ....... neuO the
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X* ,"'.'k Pierce Wins at 101
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Plans Set for 5-Team Mens Basketball League In Ocala Tournament101pounder '

Tom Pierce pushed his won a Bronze for third as BUS scored fie- had to settle for second keepings
deadline Five teams the were signed up before last Friday's dy Jones and Mark Graudons that Is still looking for a record to 8-1 with a Gold medal per- 88't team points. Host Forest was an Bradford from overtaking the top
so planned' Starke Men's Basketball sponsor,and LWCI and the Lawtey Sonics from Lawtey. formance and four other Tornadoes easy winner with 162 points, followedby teams. Green and Saucer both now?'
League, put off last year for lack of interest, may be all Play will'be 2 claimed medals as BHS took 5th place Orlando Jones 140, CHS 122't, and 7-2 with 5 pins, lost 5 point decision iiT*.
signals this time nights a week, Mondays and ,
go around. Plans are for league play to Fridays in the 8-team Ocala Forest Christmas Buchholz 120. the championship round while
start January 8 and continue roughly 7Vi weeks. will with have games 12 at the Middle School gym: Each ballclub wrestling tournament last weekend. Pierce pinned Liddey of Forest at McDuffie 8.2 with 4 pins lost by 4 ((6-
Teams signed games scheduled if all 5 teams enter. Cost Billy Green, Michael McDuf, and the 2 37 mark of period two in
op at presstime were the Hawks, for team entry is $136 with Community Education and : the 101 Michael Bryant of Buchholz.
Jackson's Building Supply,and a team coached by Ran- the Starke Rec. Department Larry Saucer brought home Silver finals but Bradford's other three' Frazier, a recent entry to (the Tor
jointly running the league. medals for second and David Frazier finalists-Green,Saucer, and McDuf- nado wrestling ranks surprised witha
pin victory in the first round and
then a 6-5 win over Reagan of Lek0...
Weir in Saturday afternoon's consolation -
match. He's now 4-2 for the sear
Martella Moore, who came up Ironif' :
OVER60SAVE 100/0 the JV to wrestle at 188 took fouith.

If you are over 60 or on Social Security, you can Join Eckerd'a Senior In a dual match last Thursday tli<<*'&
I tv Citizens Club and Tornadoes fell to Ocala Vanb'Udnioil
save 10/ on vitamins '
aids, elastic, 44-31 to slide to 1-6 for the year..
'/ aids and. many other Items In Eckerd's Pharmacy Department. Pierce, Green, Saucer and Fratier:1
Ii That's' 10% off Eckerd's already low prices. all won by pin with Green decking hi

GFT I I D..E. AS. department Get details and at your algn up Eckerd today Drug In the Store.prescription ed match.fought man a 15-4 in to just decision a 33 7.7 seconds.draw and in Tunm McDuflio the 107 pOund add.

/l SHOP WHILE QUANITITES LAST! The Tornado grapplers get /back III
action Thursday, Jan. 7. with an a
match at Gainesville Ka si bide
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It might have been a little damp,and a lot cold, but that didn't stop those at
''nary Southside Elementary School from.enjoying their 2nd annual Decathlon last
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< classes in a series of 10 events and when'it was over Tangela Pittman was
the girls champ and Jason Crews the boys winner, both winning trophies.
4 Following Pittman, who scored 36 points, were Peggy Pettaway 32,
.ill Lanette Donley 27, Tangy Bass 23, and Sherrie Bass 13. After Crews,'who
scored 35,were Tim Lewis 32, Derrick Byrd 31, Greg Pittman 29,and Calvin
Lane 27.Situps.
f' basketball free throws, a long Jump, high'jump, Softball throw, -
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course,and a distance run were all on the grueling schedule. Fellow students f t 7 /. "
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Gainesville's junior varsity provedtoo -' BUS V. Basketball at Kenny Tourney ((8:00) ,, ,
much for the Bradford JV's in last i

after Friday running night's out game to a, 29-9 winning first 48-28 half :: (fete Wednesday, Dec. 23- j I
advantage.With Consolation (6:30) & Finals (8) of Kenny Tournaments
Jimmy Ellis throwing in 16 1 '.'lV-13
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Tornadoes Wish for

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4 i0 t4 t'H t S SF wasn't a barnburner as both BUS got within one a couple of timeson
3 teams played slowdown, deliberate buckets by guards Gerald Good
basketball; but it was a double- man and Willie Pierce but could
Overtime thriller as Gainesville'High never again draw to a tie When BUS
(3-6) nipped the Tornadoes ((0-5)) 3432in fouled In the late going the Hur
2 OT 8 at Bradford gym last Friday ricanes nailed the coffin shut with B
night. made foul shots. Twice BUS missed
The oh-so-close loss left BUS the front end of one-and-ones in the second
winless heading into the Bishop Ken- OT.
ny Christmas: Tournament in In the first overtime Bradford turn
Jacksonville this week, with tourney ed the ball over to waste scoring
games Tuesday: and Wednesday chances but GHS didn't take advan

night, Dec. 22.23.'The Tornadoes were tage.
to go against host Bishop Kenny at 8 The Tornadoes "won" from the
p.m. Tuesday night after Bolles and field with 13 buckets to the 'Canes 10
.rh"t\ Ed White' squared off in the 6:30: but GHS got the better of the referee's
opener The losers play for third place whistle taking 20 foul shots and
-- .., .. .,, .. Wednesday night at 6:30: with the making 14 while BHS went to the line
finals set for 8. Admission is $2 for just 12 times, sinking 6.
The BUS Varsity Basketball Team..., adults, $1.50 for students. Eddie Thompkms again led the Tor

This year's Tornado varsity basketball team Is: Next game for BUS after the holiday nadoes in scoring and reboundingwith
Gerald Goodman, D.J. Riddick, Ronald Davis, Tony wsysias, saeyRutledge, andAnthonyWllllam8withcoachMlkes""onInlhemldKevin break is Tuesday, Jan. 5, at North 10 points and 9 boards Guard
Howe Chuck WIlliams Gary Carter Kevin Sampson, Donnie Banks Marlon followed by a Friday, Jan. 8, Gerald Goodman was 4 of 10 from the
home game with now-undefeated and field for a 9 point night while Pierce
third-ranked Live Oak. and Chuck Williams both had 4 points
In last week's loss the Tornadoes Williams also collected 5 rebounds

Lady Tornadoes Break for With 43.MarkBradford played their closest game of the year, /
Holidays hanging with the visitors all the way B'odlord (iii) Thnmpkins ,14.10. Have i I.i i
Gainesville's Tim Perusak, the Davis 000. Bell 1-0-2, Oonclrmm 4 Illlmim,'
game's top scorer with 13, canned a 2 0-4. Pierce 2.0.4. Totoln 10.31 4 II n.
their High's Lady Tornadoes ting GHS, which is the early favorite hit 8 and Lorraine Bass 7. win. Bass, who has a big addition 3-point play early. in the second over- 4-S-I1.Onin.ivlll.Grady(34)t( 1-0) .Perry 2, H Willtunii 033., Kpps 4111.:4/.2.2. IViumik, ,
kept record above.500 heading to take District 5-AAA honors, but Jackson had 21 in the homecourtwin the team late added 6 M.ihiMi
since rejoining time and that proved the difference. 1.0.2. '.'... 10 $14 10 J4
Into the Christmas break as they top couldn't hang on In the late going. over Green Cove-Clay Thursday.The points.Irarfford.
ped old nemesis Clay High 46-35 last Bradford led much of the way before Blue Devils 'owned' Bradford in
((43)i) Jackson 11-3.20, Hanki-non 3.2.S,
Thursday before falling to Gainesville the host Hurricanes exploded for 20 girls basketball up until 2 years ;ago Berry 4.0-8. BUM 3-1-7, Broughton 0-00, Hall 000Totalu Sonics Bullets'Y Leaders I
High 50-43 Friday. The 1-1 split left fourth quarter points, many of tHemon and now it is the Lady Tornadoes get- 10..43.O.In.sla. .
the BHS girls at 4-3 for the holidays, fastbreak shots. ting the better of'the series. With .((50)1) Tolal. 12 t-M.

with the next game set for Thursday Hope Jackson canned 20 points, her Jackson and center Tracy Hankerson Clm, High(llt) Tololl- unovallgbl.. Smallfry PlayThe as they topped the Knicks 36-20 last
night, Jan. 7, at' home against fourth straight outing of 20 or better, (14 points leading the'charge the tradlord ((4.)i Jackson 9-3-21. Hankenmn 54-14, Wednesday at the Old Armory The
Keystone Heights. to lead all scorers while Tracy Lady Tornadoes outscored Clay 17-8 Berry. 1.3.4, Bam 3-0-8, Hall 0-0-0, Brouiihlon 1).1-1. Sonics (2-0,) gave themselvesan Rockets went to 1-1 with a 36-n scorching -
The BHS girls had a shot at upset. Hankerson and both Simmons 0-0-0, P. Hankerson O-O-O Edmond 0-0-0. Christmas the
Queenie Berry in the fourth period to wrap up the. T.OSI.,11.10-44. early present ear- of the Nuggets.
,. ly league lead in the Starke Rec. Harold Chandler's 24 points and 6

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.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Governing Board of the f IN THE CIRCUIT COURT seal this 24th day of OTHER PERSONS IN- THIS NOTICE to file ony Sharing high score honors in the
OF THE SECOND Division of Bond Financeof OF THE EIGHTH November 1981.Gilbert TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: objections they may other game was the Rocket duo ofRoy
Shane Jackson and Donnie Francis
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OF the State of Florida (JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN S. Brown YOU ARE HEREBY have that challenge the
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Department of General AND FOR BRADFORD Clerk Circuit Court NOTIFIED that the administration validity of the decedent'swill with 10 points apiece but right
LEON COUNTY S.rvlc.s (the "Division") ; COUNTY. .By Beulah Moody of the the qualifications of behind were teamates Scott Duncan
FLORIDA. where old Resolution CASE NO. 81-418CA Deputy Clerk estate of Joseph Eugene the personal representative and Eugene Blye with 8 apiece. Marvin .
CIVIL ACTIONNO. dated Nov.mber3,1981, 12/03 4tchg 12/30 West, deceased, is pending or the venue or Lane topped the Nuggets with 6.
81.3021 annexed to the Com 'HAYNES ENTERPRISES In the Circuit Court Jurisdiction of the court.
DIVISION OF BOND plaint a* Plaintiff Ex. INC., NOTICE OF for Bradford County, ALL CLAIMS,
FINANCE OF THE hibit 2, authorizes the Issuance D/b/a CAPTAIN CLEAN, SHERIFF'S SALE Florida Probate Division DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Jr. BasketballThe
of the Bonds. The Plaintiff. the address NOT SO FILED
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GENERAL SERVICES OF Resolution provides that vs Notice Is hereby given which I Is Bradford County WILL BE FOREVER BAR.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA the Bonds, In, aggregate WILLIAM HARRELL and that I I. Dolph E, Reddish Courthouse, North Temple Jr. league for 11-13 year olds with a
o public body corporate. principal amount of not GLENDA HARREll, as sheriff of Bradford Avenue, Starke, RED.Date of the first 64-51 win over the Celtics Thursdaywhile
Plaintiff to exceed One Hundred his wife County Florida under Florida 32091 publication of the Notice the Lakers nipped the 76crs
v. Fifty Million Dollars Defendants.NOTICE and by virtue of Writ of The personal of Administration: 4341. Play is off until Tuesday, Jiin. 5.
STATE OF FLORIDA and ($150,000,000)) for the I Execution to-wit: representative of the 12.17-81. Levi Simmons bucketed 46( points
the several Taypoyer, purposes set out In this OF ACTION.TO Execution/ Issued out of estate Is GERTRUDE I. Gertrude L. Duerstock and Isaac Montgomery canned- to
Prop.rty Owner and Resolution the Trust Indenture County Court of Duval DUERSTOCK. whose address Personal RepresentativeEstate lead the Laker charge. Cecil Jackson
Citizen thereof. Including and the Loan : Glenda Harrell County Florida pursuant Is P.O. Box 1086. of. ((20)), Troy Portis ((18)), and Isaac Simmons
Non-residents Agreement, shall bear Rt I, Box 17D to a Final Judgement for Stark., Florida 32091. Joseph Eugene West.Deceased.. ((13)) were all m double figures
owning property or subject interest at such rate or lake City Fla. Barnett Bank of Jackson. The name and address of for the Celtics.
to taxation therein rates, shall be dated 32055 vllle/ Florida, and the personal represen ATTORNEY FOR PER Shaun Jackson led the Lakers with
and All Others having or shall be subject to or against Thomas H. Harris tative's attorney are set SONAL REPRESEN 24 while Leon Hampton had 8. Ike
claiming any right tltl. redemption or shall 1004 Colley Road Jr., defendant In the forth below. TATIVE: Pernell The winners needed all that
or Interest In property to mature on such date or ; Slorke, Fla amount -of '' $703.90 All persons having JOHN D. MIDDLETON scoring to ottset a 32 point game b>
'""be affected by the Issuance dates and In such years 32091 together with costs ofcollection. claims or demands P.O. Box 1086, Starke, Simon I
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thereby. any way resolution of Lien has been filed property to-wit:, PUBLICATION OF THIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT N.E. lit Street P.O. Box A. CURTIS POWERSOF
Defendants.IN the Division adopt.d against property in Bradford 1979 Datsun. NOTICE to file with the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 694. Gainesville Florida Clerk of the Court
prior to the sale of the County Florida '2dr clerk!, of the above courta CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 37602. and file the By: Yvonne Clark
RE: $150,000,000 Bonds. The Bonds are to more particularly VIN: written statement of ALACHUA COUNTY, original answer or Deputy Clerk
FLORIDA HOUSING be Issued In coupon or In described as follows: KHLB310500959As any claim or demand FLORIDA pleading in the office of Respectfully submitted,
FINANCE AGENCY registered form without ; the property of the they may have. Each Case No. 81-2797-CA the Clerk of the Circuit law Offices of
LOANS TO LENDERS coupons, hall be Commence at a point on above named defendantand claim must be in writing/ Division: D Court on or before the MOLLICA S VIPPERMAN
MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING substantially In the form ( the N 1of SE1/4of NE that on Monday the and must Indicate the IN THE MATTER OF 21st day of January SALVATORE D. MOLLICA
REVENUE. BONDS.. provided In the Trust Indenture 1/4 line where It, intersects 11th day of January, basis for the claim; the THE ADOPTION OF: 1982. If you fail to do so, Counsel for Petitioners
ORDER and shall be with the Easterly 1982 at one o'clock on- name and address of the COLIN MICHAEL BOWEN the judgment by default 609 NE 1st Street
subject to other terms of Road'tor said day the will be taken against you P.O. Box 694Gainesville
..NOTICE TO: STATE OF boundary Colley on premises creditor or his agent orattorney
and conditions as provided a of of the Bradford for the relief demanded Florida
FLORIDA, AND THE point Beginningand County and the NOTICEOFACTION
SEVERAL TAXPAYERS In the Resolution and continue East along Jail I will offer for sale amount claimed. If the In the Petition. 32602
PROPERTY OWNERS AND the Trust Indenture. Sold the Northerly line of theN14ofSE14ofNE14 and sell to the highest claim I I. not yet due, the TO: Unknown Father DONE AND ORDERED ((904)) 377.8000
CITIZENS THEREOF. IN- Trust Indenture and said bidder for cash In hand, date when It will become Address Unknown 3t: Gainesville, Alachua
CLUDlNG_ ,, ,Loan Agreement were 150 feet to a point, the above described property due shall be stated. If Ando Whom It May County Florida, this 14th 12/17 4tchg1 07
NONRESIDENTS OWN.. attached to and Incorporated thence run South and of said defendantto the claim Is contingent or Concern day of December 1981.

ING PROPERTY OR SUB- by reference In. parallel to the aforesaid satisfy the aforesaid unliquidated the nature YOU ARE HEREBY .
JECT TO (,TAXATION:' too the Resolution.. Northerly boundary to Execution. of the uncertainty shall NOTIFIED that the Petition -
Bonds shall be Issued the Easterly boundary ol Dolph E. Reddish be stated. If the
THEREIN (lAND Alt' claim Is for' Adoption has
OTHERSHAVING OR pursuant to the provisions Colley Road to the Pointof Sheriff Bradford secured, the security been 'filed by Russell Vincent
CLAIMING ANY!RIGHT of the Florida Beginning, County, Florida shall be described. The Bowen and Cynthia REAL ESTATE
TITLE OR INTEREST IN Housing Agency Finance and you are required to 13/174tchg1/07 claimant shall deliver William Bowen for the
PROPERTY tQ BE AFFECTED Act(Chapter 420, Port serve .0 copy of 'yourwritten sufficient copies of the adoption of Colin BUYS!
-BV THE 'ISSUANCE VI, Florida Statutes, as defenses If any, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT claim to the clerk to Mlchdel Bowen, a white
OF ITHE BONDS amended In 1981) and 12243tchg0107'L 0107'f to HAYNES ENTERPRISES FOR BRADFORD COUNTY enable the clerk to mail male child born 26, June,
the State Bond ActChapter
DESCRIBED HEREIN AND INC.; d/b/a CAPTAIN FLORIDA PROBATE on. copy to each personal 1981, In Cincinnati, Ohio
( 215' Florida
ALL OTHERS-TO BE AF. CLEAN In care of DIVISION -"" representative.All whose natural mother I isKlmb.rley REU.TOR".Is' a
registered collective
FECTED IN (ANY( WAY JOSEPH H. FORBES Esquire File No. persons InterestedIn Ruth Adams:
ship mark which be
THEREBY: Th. Clerk of the Court Attorney for Plaintiff Division 1.3361 the estate to whom a and you are required toserve fessionals who may used only' by real estate pro

You and each of yo J. is directed of this Order to cause to be a ; Post Office, Box 913.Galn.svill. IN RE: ESTATE OF copy of this Notice of Administration o copy of youran.w.r ASSOCIATION OF are REALTORS'member of and the N.TIOSl.: ;

and the State of Florida published copy once each ., Florida( JOSEPH EUGENE WEST, has been or pleading to its strict Code of subscribe to
through the State Attorneys ; 32602 on or before the Deceased. mailed ore required the Petition on the Felltioner's -' Ethics.
week for three ((3)) consecutive '
for the First Second 5th day of January 1982. NOTICE OF WITHIN THREE MONTHS Attorn.y.SALVATORE ,
weeks, corn- and file the FROM THE DATE
Third Fourth. original with ADMINISTRATIONTO OF THE D.MOLLICA .
f(Fifth. Sixth, Seventh menclng with, which the shall first the Clerk of this Court, ALL PERSONS HAVING FIRST PUBLICATION OFMerry' ESQUIRE, 609
Eighth Ninth. Tenth either before service on CLAIMS OR .
not be less than
Twelfth ThirCteenth. twenty counsel of Plaintiff or DEMANDS Chi
.Eleventh. ((20)) days prior to the / AGAINST THE ,istmas .
: Fifteenth immediately' thereafter
Sixteenth. date set for the 'said otherwise the. Default v
'. hearing herein In will be entered against'yo
.Seventeenth, Eigh iR
of ,
teenth. Nineteenth and newspapers general II' for the relief f (
circulation published In
demanded In the Come
Twentieth Judicial Clr-' Com See Ut.
each of the sixty-seven :

:}Cult.hereby of required Florida this Court to or.appear In- Florida.counties In the State of plaint.WITNESS my hand and f VWv But Changed Not Our Our Service Nam, 1 (

the Chambers of the Chambers at I NICI NEIGHBORHOOD goes with this 3 II. !'10 BA
undersigned Circuit Tallahassee Leon County home. Fenced-ln back yard.$33.SOO.
Judge at the Leon County Florida, the 4th day of Classified Ads RO JtMo. OWNER FINANCED 3 BR, I BA home. Nice corner r
Courthouse In Dec.mber.1981. l ot..427.500.'FOR .
Get Results REM 1Y Itr1rt
Tallahassee Florida, on ,Victor M. Cawthon .. RENT 3 Si. 1 BA home Hardwood floors. t
.; 'Ii'
the 28th day of January Circuit Judge 'Phone 964.7700 NICI LOT 3 BR, I IA home Washer and dryer Includ-
1982. at 3:00 o'clock: P.M. '
and show cause. If any CERTIFICATE Ttt: Wts. Bete* Brass m j393 N. Temple.Avenudi] INVESTMENT PROPERTY 2 BR rental< home, rentsfor. -

you have, ,why the I HEREBY CERTIFY thata AIt& .mlair/1. FORSALI $150.00 per month. Priced to sell at ..$11.000.
prayers of the Complaintfiled true and correct I, Mark V. Olin owner r
In the abovestyledcause copy .Well Plenned-3 BR(sally, el 1/4 ACRE PARCELS on Bessent Read owner .
of the 'foregoing Order of Olin's Mobile Home terms.$6,2SO
should not be hem.with all modern con- |
granted and the Bonds and been Complaint furnished by have Subdivision,am going to venlence on 5 plus acre. 02 BEDROOM HOMI FOR RENT>$175.00 per month. 1st end _
certified ;
and proceedings.Validated U.S. Mail to the pick-up your mobile Priced to sell. Shown by last months rent required. rry Chns s
and confirmed Honorable Curtis A. unblock, discon I appointment. Merry Christmas to Ad

cia thereto prayed. The Golden State Attorneyfor utilities, pull up an : *3 Bedroom HomeIn ASSOCIATES
Bonds to be Issued by the the First Judlclal'Clr- ;put on 2 axles and I country, with 2-plus acre*. Terry A.Gelnes-782-39It Key C.Waters-964-641

Plaintiff herein are cult of Florida, P.O. Box, It to Olin't Stave, refrlg.,'drapes end Linda W.Johns-64-607 Bobby T.Smith". ''4
described'. as follows FLORIDA: 12726. Peniacola. :' MrC2s Home Sales lot heeler Included. ,,Just j Eileen Stanley-473-3065 Ann W. Godwln-f 64-515* Tie most wonderful rime ol In*
HOUSING$150.000,000 FINANCE Florida 32575;; Honorable ;charge you for those M7.SOO.OO. Patsy lawson-944-69J7 Norman Hedding"*"-"66 J ii year. the birthday of Jesus Cnrtsf/ .
Donald S. Modesltt. .2 Bedroom. Home withall Philip W.Clark.. REALTOR the nope of tne world. May .". tplrllol
AGENCY, LOANS-TO- .. I will also .
State Attorney for the modern convenience. this ftoMtfoy touch v* .//.
LENDERS MULTI-FAMILY Second Judicial Circuit of you$2.00 per day Nice 'landscaped yard on Qntu
HOUSING REVENUE Florida P.O. Box 1841.Tallahassee. store it plus all or any Paradise lake
I BONDS (the "Bonds") to '
Florida ;
make loans to lending Honorable. : that may I *3 BR Trailer with 1 acre | :r21.
Institution to enable 32302: Jerry along in storing etlend Thanks for making 1981 a
State prosperous
M. Blair Attorneyfor house. I *.... Ac. Lot from L _
them to finance the can the Third Judicial Cir am going across year for ERA Faulkner Realty.
Weldo Flea Me"". Zoned IM I NEIGHBORHOOD
tructioniof new multifamily cult of Florida P.O. Box charge you for all PROPERTIES. INC. REALTORU.S.
rental housing 1546. Live Oak. Florida :, lot rent and late for trailers- $..000. JJ% Here's wishing the same for you now
each of the down ,12% 301 South near Bradford Square
profect In '32060; Honorable T. Ed- that have 'oc mtg.IO 964-5231 and in years to come. '
counties In \ Acre. $1100.00 I Iecrej
sixty-seven ward Austin, State Attorney ed.Plus I will not be per
the State of Florida for for,'the Fourth 20"Owner'will. .hold. j jmtg.
person and families of Judicial Circuit of ( ) responsible' for any at 12%. AMERKA'SHUMBJEHl M.errY'Christmas
low Income a* more ul- j I Florida. 600 Duvol County ,or claims or" Merry Christmas TOP SEUa
Iy; described In the thefts that
I Courthouse, Jackson may occur Please Cell ,
Resolution of the Govr.nor ,villa Florida 32202; while I am doing this. Vernle venlngst Odom, Broker CENTURY And AVery

and Cabinet the"I.selutlon" of ,I Honorable Gordon/ G. Mark V. Olin CM.Phone'....1476. L19a1Century2IHr.iEaate/-rxprrWkmnlnuarr6xihe\Ari Happy New Year
Florida ( Oldham,4 Jr.. State Attorney Owner J.R. Associate "emu-.nKk'm..Ii.,1 Crnuw 21 Rrul E"M....(".wpiir,,lon Printed IflL'S A.
) a* the ,I' for the Fifth Kelly. EACH OFFICE INDEPENDENTLY OWNEDANDOPItRATED.lqualtlouA.nlOppnnunlly from all df sea of ERA:Faulfener Realty,

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Reaccreditation Recommendations


'f Explained; to Bradford School BoardTwentytwo


Vi Y4l recommendations of and cafeteria-band complex.A action the second ye r,'1982-83, are':
the reaccredltation team that vlslsted ) complete review of the excep-- DRemodel Phase 1 of BHS.
t Bradford High were put before the tional child program. 2)Remodel the library and
r school board Monday night Dec. 14, 7)Extend the intercom.bells, and guidance areas.
ri by Principal Jim Duncan in a work fire alarm to the gym, cafeteria-band Improve the cafeteria waste
session in which no official action was complex and ag building. The wiring system. "
I taken. that part of the campus was disconnected Dust control in the industrial. arts
Bradford High remains on an when A-Building was torn shop. ;'-
;t i "advised'' status pending the next i down: Improve acoustics in the ag shop..
control in each
meeting of the Florida'Committee of Individual light 6)lnstall) a computer for scheduling.
the Southern Association of Schools room' At present, if the lights are 7)Dust) and fumes control in the Art
and Colleges/the group which writes turned off in one classroom they. also Department. '
the accreditation standards. BUS had go off in several others.
been told;however,by the head of the Recommendations for third
accreditation team, Associate Supt. First priority for 81-82 is the roof correction include: year- ."-
Tommy Tomlinson of Alachua Coun- leaks which are becoming more of a Conversion of the auditorium fort
ty, that no deficiencies found would, problem at BHS all the time. In fact, testing! students in large numbers. .
in themselves, keep the school from one roof fell in about .IS feet from 2)Install'all electric typewriters ire
aJ being reaccredited. school board member Jim Lawsonthe the business education department. "'-
The committee did, however, other day. Installation of mini-computers. '-
recommend strongly that corrective The 4)A study of the and :
problem affects 18 to 20 scope sequence:
action be started on some 22 problems classrooms and the board is talking of of courses in all subject areas. ;
$ : Ywl identified, including nine recommen- upward of$75,000,said Principal Duncan 5)Repair) leaks in the roof of the'
IMw dations for corrective action in ", "I'd say twice that". .said storage area and kitchen of the:;;
1981-82,7 recommendations in the se- Lawson. cafeteria. The school board elevated)
r tti fir r cond year, and 6 more In the third this to the immediate status. '
year. BUS will be revisited in five Why is there no gifted program at 6)Resurface) the BHS track.
Christmas Store at years to see if the problems have been
Lawtey BHS as state law, asked
corrected. Tom told the school
Board Supt. Casey ;
Member Patricia ?
The second annual Lawtey Elemtary school Christmas end of the week. A gift wrapping service was also Duncan's report gave school' board There are Spengler only four. board he saw in the accreditatlortcommittee's
store, sponsored by the PTO, was opened the last week of available. **". members an overview of the recom- students identifed currently as gifted at BHS, report the need for promsgram ;
school to give children the opportunity to purchase gifts Pictured above are: (L to R) C.J. Felton, Donniefor mendations of the accreditation com- Duncan said, and it is difficult to havea already taught in other areas;
family and friends. mittee. Complete reports of the study staff member available for that few but just not In the high school. A smalt
The store opened with several hundred items, costing were also supplied board members and the number does not provide county such as Bradford simply can;
between 25 cents and$4.50, and sold out by the of
was nearly Monday night.Problems enough for'an additional Instructor not afford too much duplication services
Brooks, Bonnie Benson, Russ Miscally, Keith Redding, .money the superintendent stated. jr
Volunteer Worker Judy Miscally, and David Gaskins listed for correction in Perhaps what is needed is closer:.
1981-82 include: "All can tell you is we're working cooperation between the vo-tecbV
1)Roof repairs. in that direction," Duncan said, obviously center 'and high school, Casey suggested -
2)Reports by study committees. troubled at the deficiency, such as assigning occupational ":
Truck Class Must 3)Discipline) : although it is not listed among the 22 specialists from the votech--
Complaints 4)More money for classroom sup- problems he identified Monday night. center to parttime duty a't BHS to in plies. form students of the what courses are.
5)Covered walkways to the gym The 7 problems listed for corrective available and where. '

Go Through Channels Board Says
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Two former truck driving students in to submit the complaint in writingto Action taken by the school system tPy
Robert Ballou and Mrs. Jean White the superintendent. Casey said to date has been'a letter from Prin-
were told to follow school board procedure Supt. Casey and board' attorney cipal Oglesby instructing the truck
in submitting a complaint Richard Welty were instructed to driver instructors on "do's" and
about actions of truck driving Instructors write each complaintant whose name "don't's" in dealing with students,
when they appeared at the Mon- and address they have, and express in and an investigation into the problemby
day night Dec. 21, meeting of the layman's terms exactly what process Craft Advisory Committee for
Bradford School Board. has to be followed for the group to commercial vehicle driving.;!
Since the original complaints a let follow up the complaints to the school
ter has been written to the instructorsby board. One instructor has been called in
to the Vo-Tech Director Ted "Just give them a clear shot at this and reprimanded for not following the 1
Oglesby, an advisory committee has board if they decide to proceed with instructions, Supt. Casey. said Mon-
investigated and cleared the truck this," said 'board member Arthur day night.
driver instructors, and Supt. Tom Gaskins, who added he doesn't doubt
Casey has spent many hours investigating the former students have been told "Complaints that have I been
the problem.. the procedure 'but does doubt they registered the instructors involved in
Next step, if the group is not' have been told in such a way that they the program are not justified," said
satisfied with the steps taken by Vo can understand. the Dec.2 report of the Advisory Com-
Tech Director Ted Oglesby in correc Complaints 'of racial and sexual mittee.
ting the problem, is to submit a complaint prejudice and misconduct, Including The committee report said the stan- I
in writing to Supt. Casey sexual harrassment, sexual dards that have been set regard to
"There's your next step; right favoritism, cursing, unequal distribu- the' training of the truck driving """" ,...- --.. .._ ..-- --
there," said' board Chairman J.T tion of individualized instruction,lack students should not be altered in any
Parrish, pointing to Supt. Tom Casey of instruction, 'and shouting at way regardless of sex, race; age or Carolers at Wendy's
Casey explained at length to Ballou students while driving on major origin. Melissa Bosier, Kimberly Volkots, Donna LaFollette, Jeff
Christmas Carolers from the Pine Level Baptist Church Moody Wendy Dudding, Kim Bosier and
and Mrs.White that proper procedurehad highways,'by truck driving Instruc- Stephanie
never been followed. He said he tors were made Nov.'16 to the school Committee members include Jack Christian School were invited to Wendy'aRestaurant Alvarez. I Back row, L to R) Sandi Dudding Pr.iscilla
had listened to the former student board. Higginbotham, safety officer for Wednesday, Dec. 16, where they entertained. dfners from Jackson, Amanda Melton, Greg Oliver, Shelly Volkots.
out of courtesy, and had attempted tc Complaints by more than a dozen the city of Jacksonville; Jack Hig- 5:30: to 7:30: p.m. Missy Johnson and Jonnie Melton.
The carolers are: (Front row, L to R) Melanie Poncier,
explain the proper steps to be taken, former students were directed gins, employed by Florida Steels;
but pointed out the complaints have to against instructors Oscar Davis,Jack Jerome Johns, president' of Gator I
be given him in writing. First step is McDanield, and Jeff Schaefer. No Freightways headquarter in Starke,
the school principal; if satisfaction complaints were made'against truck and a Mr. Hunter, a freight line executive -
cannot be reached there, the next step driving instructor Al'Fisher. from Auburndale. ....--. 4-H NewsHAPPY -- _... I

By Carolyn Redding "4-H attempts to provide learning
County 4-11 Coordinator .periences for every child but this
Monday night Dec. 7, was the nightof takes more than one or two people.We .
YULETIDEFrom the Green Acres'4-H Club Parent's really need parent involvement to
and make it work", Parent involvementdid
Meeting although it was few in
come Monday night with the addi-
meeting was high in en-
thusiasm. tion of two new project leaders, Mrs.
Owen Alvarez in the
Green Acres, along with several cooking project
area and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead in the
other clubs in Bradford County has
had a rough time getting started this recreation category.
year because of lack of parent participation Making an Investment in '.4-H is
Your Hometown Bank and Monday night's what it takes for it to work. Monday,
parent's meeting was one way to get night some Green Acres parents did'
more parents involved. The parents just that, they invested their time in.
TheMember attending this meeting were Joe and 4Hers. As Mrs. Reichert pointed out."
Peggy Reichert Owen and Julia you may not always visibly see the
Alvarez and Faye Whitehead.As results of your investment, but''it',
CommunityState Mrs. Peggy Reichert, the reassuring to know that you at least
Organiational Leader, for the Green made a difference in .the life of a'
Acres 4-H Club, stated Monday night 4-H'er.

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December Z.a. 1981
. Section B
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::' lJp'hi'lli''limb' [ Makes Bradford Furniture a SuccessHow

One reason for the booming been using' with wooden ones. With percent goes to out of state
do turn around flounder Production capacity on a normal was a bastard, O'Steen remembers. distributors which ,
you a business Bradford Furniture enjoys is the cost of plastic 'up, wood has : actually pick up
is' chairs 60 tables and 20 "We feel we have a good work force .
ing furniture company' In Just' six day now 175 the mobile home market, which has become a viable replacement. furniture here.Williams
from the local area, which we'' ap
years; tripling its business .to.more case pieces. I
remained steady despite, or because'of
predate Williams notes. "We feel is.
million dollars? ..
than a The Market...
Work day at Bradford Furniture is the drop in" residential housing
Mortis and Sharon .Williams know.They've they are determined to make a good. ,,,
done it to Bradford Furniture 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.'Monday-Friday. quality product." starts. Some 40 percent of Bradford Furniture's ...a native of Lewisburg, West
With more than 30 employees laboris Virginia. After graduating from the
; output to Florida furniture
.Co. on US-301 north of Starke. Bradford Furniture had been in the
ever problem to the Mobile Home Market... Naval Academy he served four
an present
How? By redesigning the furniture mobile home market before but never retailers, another 30 percent goes to yearsin
Williams. A key employee is'shop the attaining the rank of
and the mobile home market, and the re- Navy
hiring new, sales staff, While the furniture industry in had developed that market as muchas
'foreman Howard O'Steen, who has lieutenant.It .
streamlining production that 'It'should have, Williams, 43, maining 30 percent is divided between
so every general, Is off, Bradford Furniture is says.
worked for'the since 1952. was during his tour of duty in San-
company homes, condominiums, and apart-
order Is ready for' delivery .in two The furniture is moderately pricedbut
O'Steen remembers when the com not."In ta Barbara that Morris and Sharon
weeks. fact, this is the best sales year constructed very wella chair ments.
built boats for Sears-Robuck married.
It hasn't been all that-easy. After pany we've had," Williams notes. lists at $90, not high these days. BF business is going now more to were
and'made cabinet. "That After the Williams
a corner leaving ,
buying Bradford Furniture In 1975, large chain retailers, as opposed to Navy
--- "It's specialized 'when small independent stores, some 60
the Williams were in.debt new here very you
,an unknown nakmity( (Utotalbusinesscirelgst' l look at it," Williams says. percent in Florida. The remaining 40 See Furniture page 3D
l i unable; to'' get''sorely needed dk
Construction. .
cash,w meet,payrolls, pay operating Quality .
expensed, and mortgage payments on Well built furniture is another way
the business; the reputation of Bradford Furniture
TheY'were 'even locked out of their gained a hold in'the' market.
own business' for one day by a court
order.But Williams,a graduate of the; BF' chairs, for instance, have aback
U.S. Naval Academy'and' graduate; stretcher; which most com-
of the University.Virginia with a!; panies don't have now. Corner blocksare
Master of Business Administration I II glued and fastened with screws,
degree, didn't panic. He'went to court I 4 0 ; as opposed to stapling. Extra-heavy Fine selection
and was able to take the business back legs' add strength lacking in THE L of
back over the next 1 day: some much more expensive chairs. a OFFICE Ii I
Since that time, Williams has been The furniture is all hard wood. I

. offered the presidency,of the Brad Williams is trying to build up a MM'
ford County Chamber of Commerceand of
reputation supplying quality merchandise
has been accepted into the Starke for a' moderate price. He (
Rotary Club. continually searches for ways to cut w Dr. Seuss & others

The Florida Look... 4 k cost without cutting quality. .
w b I, 'I Since the price of oil has gone up, 1 1.- '
Products from Bradford Furniture Williams is taking a look at replacingthe .
today have a tropical influence, a moulded plastic chair backs he's
Florida look.,, light airy colors. Y __ a .
The product is wooden dinette art'w
furniturechairs, tables, and case + .,. SAWYER
pieces, such as china cabinets: \ I I .
Colors now are white, antique i
white, pecan; and dappled elm.
New addition to the line Is called ,
"party set," a table and 4 chairs with ,
arms and casters. It's'the first time t 1
dining chairs with arms and casters ; 1.i C' r V G

have been produced at the 32-year-old '
"The styles have changed with the kvn.Nw
times," says Mrs. Williams, 'a Santa Y' # J
Barbara- California native who met 0. + 1 Off good thru
her husband on a blind date when he f ..... '
:4 December 31 1981
was serving in the Navy in her home I ;, ,
town. Sharon is employed at the factory '
as comptroller and, is the motherof ..t, 1'tk: ; t

four active teenagers, and. currently 'free Turkey
I is into quilting. 1 up to 101bs.uv .
afepsii 1 6.fI"-o.-... '

Morris was working for Lib- '.. .. r .. ....'..,. ,
' byOwens, .Ford, .a.. glass'company ) .': with purchase of' each
..*_whict> branchecLinta,tna&irnlturo industry -- MS' v jI l f A'44I !
,when he became familiar with *. Sf TKJ '"' *, ''V "? \ \\ tiIO""- J' "

Bradford Furniture. lS?*? % \tV-.v Sawyer-Slade Gas Appliances
On a sales trip to Florida, Williams ; .
met Mrs. Loree Laneer; the former 'i V > .- V '
owner, and found out the furniture ,.- ( L_ .
company here was for sale. At that A r1 fc'T .W' *. | \ w .... .
time, in 1975, the Williams were livingin 30 INCH ENERGY _

Morresville, N.C.,where he workedfor The Boss... SAVING
the firm that made the 'plastic GAS ECONOMYi SAVER
chair backs used at Bradford Fur Morris Williams keeps an eagle eye on the new con _
niture. veyor system at Bradford Furniture. It sure beats (Also available' In
. v manhandling the chairs, and Its twice as fast. Increased energy-
After several trips down to Starke electric) n insulation.
to look things over the Williams saving
bought the company. r Keeps heat inside
:They'admit, not knowing much ...>Aaiat,waw sxtssscssnt>gaNaI ... r-=--- -_----- --- '----- the oven.

about running a furniture company. r. .1 4 Efflcientlysovesenergy.

..Mrs. Laneer helped a'lot the first Save today
year. We probably couldn't have done .,
It without her," -says'Sharon. Mrs. .) on our low cost

Laneer, and a former husband, Eddie J j" big-feature
.. range.
I Clock with one-hour ,
Hartmann, started the company in .
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1949 In downtown Starke. I I f timer. ,' I&MM.-'IS. '
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getting away from the Danish Modern : It. ,
style the company had produced for
years. When the Williams bought the "
company, many salesmen had drop-
ped the line because of a lack of demand I I.
for that style. Morris makes'no ,
bones about being a designer, admit-
ting he simply copied the currently.. UP TO
popular designs and were selling.! Spillcatchingrals,
I /ddg. 24 MONTHScooktop
Second salemen ;
step was getting I I keeps
lined up': TO PAY
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of a conveyor system and Fred Bill &' Ir v
two modern paint bays with exhaust Gang 31AN-3KIW
fans to' finish furniture: The piecesare ., ',
rough sanded in the machine sChaff.
room, then placed'on the conveyor for. I _
finishing.' RRYjCHR\5W' j Takes the work out of homework. depending on condition

"It's definitely more efficient than
dragging them around by hand and l.
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loading them.onto a paint table. says' __da>trsawnwt> lpsarana>_>KdltsArastirsiraii>A3ssRrsaru.aaaa .
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I 8s Hurrying to Keep Up... The Chair Waltzes By...

...are Doris Moore and Jane Gr'.ffls. The conveyor was just installed the Coming right under the new paint bay the new chairs get their final coals
day this photo was snapped and the ladles were enjoying the new luxury, and final sanding. Fumes from the paint sprayer exhausted through the
although they had to hustle to keep up with the conveyor. ceiling via a large fan and a series of filters.
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Furniture Christmas at Bethel BaptistDec.

From PaRe IB ...

enjoytng the occasion. Pan Pizza and
worked first as a shift foreman for 60,000 square-foot structure' on 11th Secret Sisters met in the cokes were enjoyed by all between the
Hercules Powder Co. From 1967-69 US-301, four miles north of Starke, Church Fellowship Hall to count their hours of 5 and 6 p.m.
he attended the University of blessings and exchange gifts with the Youth Director
Virginia while they built a home in Country Ricky Lee invitedall
working on his master's degree.For'the Club Estates. They've since sold that givers identity kept secret. Guests interested youth to attend bimonthly -
house, and now reside at Kingsley enjoyed food and fellowship betweenthe Youth meetings in the
A next seven years, Williams
hours of 7:30: to 9 p.m.
4 Lake. Church Fellowship Hall. The goal ofthe
worked for Libby, Owens, Fordfive Dec. 12th McDonalds Restaurantwas
In There are four Williams offspring: group is to reach young people for
years Toledo, Ohio, and the last l'/4 the setting for the Preschool Sun-
years in Morresville, N.C. with the Tom, 20, serves in the Navy at Pearl Christ.
School children
branch that made the plastic chair Harbor. Chuck, 18, is student body day refreshments Dept. Party.and exchanged Dec. 19th the home of Mrs Hazel
backs. president at Bradford High. Grant, enjoyed Hall was the setting for the older
between the hours of 2 to 3
The Williams lived in a small, 16, is'a junior at BHS and works part- The gifts occasion was dedicated children's Christmas celebration.
time at the factory. Brooke 12 is They enjoyed refreshments
crowded apartment, in the factory; a a celebrate the birth of Jesus with each games
and git't between
student at Bradford Middle School. exchanges the hoursof
child lighting a candle in recognition.Dec. 2 to 4 The
p.m. party theme of
,,4 4u- ... ....... 12th the Youth of -the Church Jesus Birthday was carried out with
Ft 11. celebrated at ,the.\ :Pizza Jlut with
SM Tables Get Tops ,; ... ? .,? '. MrsJLedn'Odom I beautiful Christmas centerpieces at
: ,-:"' : fl' 'Pastor and Mr. and points of interest. Miss Michelle Hall
'..uiht"J\"Jaks alldtame8lJ\'la"-'lng;: '''JJ Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
put plastic1 top on'a dining\ room Jerry Jarvis and Mrs. Diane Moody assisted !in serving -
table. Bradford Furniture can turn ''out about 60 tables 175 chairs, and 20 Moody and Mr and Mrs. Ricky Lee the children.
case pieces in a day. t

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/' Ten words-that's all the Wise Men used to ask one of

I of the Son of God! the most searching and provocative questions of all time

"Whete is he that Is born King of the Jews?" (Malt. 2:2)If

one thinks about it. there is a certain Irony about their
*, 'iX-XvV. NAME inquiry. It suggests that the Wise Men were not wise be.
r i } cause they knew all the answers, but because they asked
the right question. Their question evidenced
: great spirit
r 6; ,'. .. calf, Aid'name for nt shall ual insight. Although the Wise Men didn't know precisely
O l ,1 J'\i. .' -9.lulr' where He was to be found, they knew what He was to
+ '' ." l' b I be like.
t' "j, 1} ,. {f' iavt hli thtir tint.niattLu.
x ,. .t, They understood that He was human. They inquired.
t r : 1 ti ,, 1,21 "Where Is he who Is BORN King ol the Jews?" They
k t realized that the One they sought that day was of Adam'srace.
PLACE He was of the seed of a woman. What the first Adam
1 : ;.: ,3 lost through sin in the Garden ol Eden, the second
t < .' "Adam" would recapture through righteousness at Gol

Z 4! .,\ ". ', '>; \ J8ul tltou, JSilkttktm pliratak gotha. They were seeking a man.

,:. 1 :'" They understood that He was divine. They inquired.
I "
f out of i ... shall I.. come forth "Where is he who is BORN KING of the Jews?" No man
I is born a king. A man may be born into a royal family-
rr 'I., Vt '. V ;,: Wican he may be born a prince-he may be born to one day
t 'I'' i '. 5,2 become a king-but only the One the Wise Men soughtwas
V 1 'I born King. He
; Although experienced physical birthin
... : '1 .'. LENGTH an obscure village in the Judean hills of a little-known
\.1. ,, ." ,. land, He was at one and the same time the pre-existenl
k .' '. Son of God. How precise the words of the Inspired pen-
f ,-Yq'ck \; .> wftoif going! forth i have barn from man, "A child is born, a son is given" (Isaiah 9.6a). In
'" time and space on the planet earth He took a human
r' ; ? V'' 1 /o/J from D .1I,,/ Jling. 4/ffl fflican 5i2 body, but He had dwelt eternally with the Father. He was I
born King because He was God.
t, .
> pit C Yr'l'; ( They understood that He was from the nation of Israel
f They inquired " he who Is BORN KING of the
.1. r JEWS?" These were Wise Men from the East, probably

i;, whtn 11.. fufntjj / tnt timt was Babylon. Why should they make the long, difficult and
I dangerous Journey to worship a Jewish king in the insig
nificant land of Israel? There can be but one answer,
k com, god if nt forth Iii Son, madt 'these men believed God's Word. They knew that it was
. y through the seed of Abraham, the father of the Jewish
1 lJ math people, that the world Redeemer would come (Gen. 12:3): ),
r/ tai
f; fc h :: of a woman, under tht law.Cjafatianj and they found Him in Bethlehem, where a thousand

years earlier David the first divinely-appointed Jewish
; ff r ,. 4>4 king had been born.

it PARENT When they found Him they worshipped-they worshipped
Him who was and Is wholly man and wholly God
.; Unlike every other man who is born to live, the Christ
\ that tnino 'which Jl.all.l.. Child was born to die. He was the Lamb slain before the
foundation of the world. The shadow of the cross fell

torn /tntt Shall it catlta tlit Stili silently but Inevitably across the manger.

The Wise Men from the East didn't know all the
KIL 0goJ. cu,35 answers, but they knew the right question. They realized
1. that the One they sought and found was Infinitely more
J than a helpless child. He was God In flesh-the King of
kings, the Lord of lords the Sovereign of the universe
i; and the Saviour of all who put their trust In Him.
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I Briefs; 'i !i' @:y"I 6:!: ,;iij!, !if J tr".J./ .. .ii/" ,,1 I: .Ii'' 1"j)1"/" )" ''' j!d'; ,J"1., : :;::1';:: ,I t W*' !lift.\.1 :.>, .';;:' ;;fie< I, Keystone, Hts.. ;, ;\ looking after the for,shooting a,. man who; driving left the an i.>

Fleming.. FSP- lDni te.u charged Dee: 16; from the'Lawteytcorrec- 'Rescue 60 responded, taking Champion and white pickup with the s
Man ArrestedFor with escape, received a continuance tional Institution. to the Bradford County Hospital HospitalizedAfter "Buggy Bear' on the truck.
Grand Theft after amended Information was Palacios Is a white male alien from where he was treated and released. ShootingPatrick W. Conroe P. O. Box 633, I
received by the*court.; Judge JeanneD. So: America, currentlyfrom serving time' Damage to Champion's 1980 Ford Department't laser turned himself'into the '.
Jose Arroyo 37, Pleasant Grove Crcishaw' granted ''the state 10 for drug trafficking the Miami was S,000, damage ,to the City of Gray of Conroe was charged with A!
Rd., Starke,' was arrested Dec. 17, days amend the motion apologized Starke's power pole was $900 accor remains in satisfactory b"tteryhls bond was set >I-
charged with grand theft (possession) to the jury for the inconvenience and area.Accidents ding to Patrolman R.:A. Bennett. Shands Teaching .

after home.stolen property was found In his rescheduled the trial for January. Mar careless Champion driving.was charged with ning shot in in the Keystone neck by: a man \ bonded out of Clay Co.. Jail e:
With a consent search warrant Dec. 16, Leonard Merre'U Booth, 46. Holiday Season Clay County Sheriffs 20.
P. O. Box Brooker and Robert ...
deputies found in Arroyo's trailer two 135. Minor accidents are no longer -. -
medical Instruments' taken in a Newton Fletcher; 31, Box 141. cheap according to the police reports. --------------- 1 ll.'., ..
Brooker were traveling in opposite t.: : ,.
burglary at Dr: Sundusdee's Office even are costly as '
Dec. 6.'three rings stolen from. the directions 1 mile south of Brooker. a fender is now an expensive part to .rgIII %I'-s..:" ?
home of Minnie Lou Sylvester value They met in a curve on a narrow replace.Dec. .
$120 and two knives taken from the deep sand rut, on a single lane road. tta
Wishbone Fried Chicken. Dense brush trees and bushes blocked 16,Joseph Francis Cook, 69, of A Merry Christmas
Also recovered was a tape player both drivers view through the sharp Gainesville was northbound on t -
that was taken' from the home' 01 curve and when the drivers saw the U830IFrederick Crews. 33, P. O. and Happy Holiday Season ,t
other vehicle coming the deep loose Box southbound at
Cassie Dean and had been sold. Arroyo 169 Lawtey was a
accompanied the deputies to the sand prevented any evasive action. rate of speed to fast to avoid strikingan from
Waldo Flea Market' where they The vehicles collided head on in the unknown'vehicle turning Into Wen-
recovered a Smith Corona typewritervalue curve. dy's. Crews veered left to avoid strik- Clyde. Byron & Warney : :
( $400) taken in the Dec. 6 Booth and his wife Maxine were ing the turning vehicle crossing the
burglary from Dr. Sarnt office. Ar- taken to Alachua Hospital where they median, both northbound lanes and Remember
royo had sold the typewriter to a were treated and released Fletcherwas attempted to pull Into a vacant lot. '
buyer there. treated"and released by his. fami- Cook attempted to stop but could "Everybody ,Rides in a

Arroyo was arrested in July !n ly, doctor. not avoid striking the Crew's vehiclein
Starke for petit theft of a lawn mower Damage to Booth's 80 Chevy the right rear tire. Used Car"from
(value $20), at that time Arroyo was pickup 'was $3,000 damage to Flet.cher's Damage to Cook's 1977 Triumphwas
on parole from Gainesville. He was 78 Chevy statlonwagon was $1,000. no reported damage to Santa
released on a signature bond with the also$3,000 according to Trooper Wm Crews' 1981 Dodge pickup: i
stipulation he return to his parole Abrams. Crews was charged with careless
area. Since that time Dec. 19, Sharon C,Siebold 32, P. O. driving' 'according. "to Patrolman this year We Have I '
supervision has been transferred Box 332, Lake Geneva, was west- Jerry Miller. '
from Gainesville to Starke. bound on SR-100 when a deer ran from Ford Motor
According to Deputies Don Denton the left shoulder onto .the roadway Dec. 17. Mary M. Paretti, 52, of L
and Greg Nichols the investigation is striking the left side of the vehicle. Gainesville was stopped preparing to : Credit Financing ,.
continuing in several burglaries in Damage to Siebold's 1980 Chryslerwas turn right on US-301 from McDonald's -
this area. $750, according to Trooper L. W. parking lot. A vehicle driven by .I ..
Bond on Arroyo was set at $1,000, Richter. Veronica. C. Williams 23, 310 W. Can .
with a ten day hold,he is in custody at Dec. 21, Sennia Mae Williams 44, St., Starke was exiting the parkinglot I I
the Bradford County Jail. P. O. Box 185, Lawtey was turningleft behind the Paretti vehicle failedto
from US-301 onto Express St. and stop striking the '74 Ford. 1981 "Slightly" Used Car Sale
pulled across the north bound traffic Damage to Paretti's Ford was$300. !
Jax Man ArrestedIn lanes into the path of a vehicle driven No damage was listed to the Williams .
by Wolfgang Paul Hohfeld of Clearwater 1977 Mercury. ttPI2tft..? fC1I1 fC 'C 4
Starke I
BurglaryDavid Hohfeld started to skid tryingto
Williams was charged with careless I
Edward Lloyd, 18, of miss the Williams vehicle,skidded driving according Patrolman N. 1981 Mercury Zephyr :.
Jacksonville was charged with broadside and the vehicles collided: Jackson. I 1981 Ford Fairmont 4 Dr. and!
II 2 dr., automatic, power steering
burglary and grand theft of a firearm Williams skidded into the east 'road I
Dec. 20.Lloyd: ditch and came to rest, Hohfeld brak- Dec. 18, a vehicle belonging to 6 cyl., automatic, power steering and' brakes, air and tinted glass, AM-FM stereo,J :
and Lester Wayne Rule June ed to a stop on Express St. Ellouise Dodd and a pickup truck : brakes, air and tinted glass, wire wheel, console w/clock, cruise control, power door
18, 1981. did unlawfully enter a struc- Damage to Williams' 1975 Chevywas belonging to"3 Dodds Dairy was park.' covers, AM-FM stereo radio, 4700 miles.. locks, dual mirrors, rear window defroster1"P205$7395
$800, damage to Hohfeld's 73
ture belonging to David N. Wain- ed in the private driveway when a- I
wright, taking a 9mm calibre Fabri- Cadillac was $1,000, according to vehicle driven by 'Catherine' Hayes I
que Nationale chrome with brown Trooper Wm. Abrams. Griffin, 58. 409 Orange St., turned
grips. Dec. 21, a vehicle belonging to Ar- into the drive. $6995
Ruis was arrested in August, bond thur N. Smith Rt. 3 Box 138, Starke Griffis apparently touched the gas, ;
was set at$2,000, hewas released on a was parked unoccupied. Laura Box instead of the brake, striking the 0P203
surety bond. Padgett 23, 739 Westmoreland St., pickup causing it to strike the Pon- i
Lloyd was transferred from Duval was traveling north on Hayes Ave. off fI2t02tC 'tC'I2'ft2
County Jail Dec. 20 on'the Bradford of a county road with ice on wind. tiac.Damage to the '80 Ford pickup was
County charge according to Deputy shield shielding visibility and struckSmith's $1,200, damage to Griffis 1974 Ford I I 1981 Mercury 1981 Ford : 1981 Mercury
Frank Bell bond was set at $10,000 vehicle in the right rear. was $1,000, there was no reported .
Lloyd was returned to Duval County Damage to Smith's 1967 tractor- damage to the Pontiac. I Cougar Thunderbird1 Cougar i
where he is currently serving time." trailer truck was $150, damage to Griffis was charged with careless I 2 dr., "GS" package 6
Padgett's 1982 Plymouth was$650, according driving, according to Patrolman N.. 2 dr., 302 V-8 w/auto. .. 2 Dr., Tu-tone paint,
CourtIn to Patrolman Jerry Miller. Jackson. j, cyl., automatic, air and overdrive, speed conAMFM stereo, tilt J

Brief LCI Inmate tinted glass, AM-FM trol, digital clock, wire wheel, cruise control,
Dec. 19, Mark Albert Champion 23, j stereo w/cas., protecwheel
Bradford County Circuit Court Walks Away From Keystone Heights, was traveling west } tion covers, velour in- pivoting front vent windows
finished last week with one additionaltrial on SR-100 at 1:24 a.m. when he ape I. group, interior terior, bodyside dual remote mir
of Tyrone Eugene Jones and a Institution parently went to sleep. Champion | decor group. 11,300
j molding, tape stripes, rors, protection group.P200 .
continuance. for Myron David Fleming Raphael Palacios 31, walked off then left the roadway striking a power j miles, vinyl roof vinyl roof y
from a work squad the afternoon of pole. .
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Dec. 17, Tyrone Eugene Jones, inmate I III $ 7595 i '7:4ig:
Florida State Prison,was found 0P167 ., : lrr a' .9'5 L #
guilty of battery of a law enforcement NP204' torn
officer and opposing an officer with INSUtATIONIII 'ft'C'II ; '
violence. T <<'II'C

Jones was charged with striking SAVE THAT ENERGY 19.81Mercury 1981 MercuryI
Sargeant B. J. Jarvis and Correc- 1981 Mercury !Ii' ,
tional Officer O. L. Homer on March Cougar XR7
30. 1981, when they attempted to Cougar XR7 Cougar

relocate him. When Jarvis approached 2 dr. 302 V-8 w/auto. 4 dr., "GS" package, 2 dr 302 V-8 w/auto. if
Jones' cell on N-wing, Jones said overdrive, power win
he would not be moved, then swung, overdrive, TRX tires, AM/FM 8 track stereo, dows door locks IIJ
striking Jarvis in the face. As Homer alum. wheels, AM/FM wire wheel covers, power '
moved into the cell to assist Jarvis, 1 tilt wheel cruise con-
Jones struck him in the face also. A !! } stereo'wpremium power door locks, protrolAMFMcasselec..,
scuffle followed with both Jarvis and sound system, power tection group rear win radio i
Homer being bitten on the lower leg I windows, power door dow defroster, vinyl w/premium
or knee area. HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR locks, tilt wheel, interior roof aut steert system, keyless entry
After the guilty verdict Judge HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION braes system elec. instru
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.... .:.. Special by Laurie to the Myers "Mrs. Janz Brought it;, for me this Mandy watched as'Marshall placed, I "For those who did believe that words'for you tonight." Mandy was so sleepy but she kept
: ::*..* It .was Christmas Telegraph Eve night. and morning." With all the other activity! Mary and Joseph back in the stable night, they were filled with a great Mandy looked up and noticed Mrs. thinking about all that Marshall had
,.,,.; ,Mandy tried to choke back of the day, Mandy had really not looked and carefully lifted out the figure of f peace and joy. They, found their Janz standing in the doorway. She shared with her.
tears of
l'I;VI.. ." disappointment. Her shoulder at it. She turned and sawthat Mar- the baby Jesus In the manger. Savior. But others went their way, wiped her eyes with a tissue and walked Jesus" she whispered. 'thank
;. '- black hair framed her small length face shall was gently touching the figures. "Here Mandy," he placed the little t just like any other night, still hoping into the room. you for coming into the world for me
against the white'pillow She "You know, I wonder how Mary and statue her hand. She held it gently! that someday God would send the pro- '"Way past bed time you two," she And thank you for loving me I l love
i".. Joseph felt. They couldn't be at home In her palm. "Poor little baby," she raised Redeemer." too Jesus."
tried remind
to herself
been a wonderful day, better that than it had she either and It was" time for Mary to thought. "Sleeping in the hay. Did i i "How sad that they didn't know said.Marshall turned to look at Mrs. you Mandy closed her e>'es. The bitter
"' had expected Christina have her baby, Marshall.,continued' .,you bow that you didn't have a real Him,'Mandy reflected. Janz. "We were' Just talking about tears of an hour ago vertgone( and
would be in 1
...::.=: '.'the hospital. "They had to'go all 'the''Way 'to bed? Were you cold?' Did you cry? I "It Is sad," added Marshall. Christmas and this manger scene you. the thought ol everything she had l
= Her mother had taped all the Bethlehem just because the governor wonder what the' animals thoughtabout "There are still a lot of people who do gave Mandy. It's really nice." missed at home didn't seem so unpnr
cards her friends had sent onto'the many said they had to be counted. Mary a baby in their trough." not know Jesus. I mean, really know "I'm glad you both enjoyed it. I tant now. She had something more
walt in the shape of a Christmas tree. must have really wanted to stay home Marshall continued, "Angels told I Him. They don't know that God loves was hoping you would," she said as important. A new joy and peace tilled
-zs? Her gifts were under the little and Joseph must have been worried the shepherds out in the fields that them so much that He sent His Son she smiled at Mandy. "Let me take her heart as she went to bleep that
:;: tificial tree that twinkled in the arts about".her because she had to. Rp on the night that in the City of David, their! just for them. Oh, they know there's a you back' to your room, Marshall. night.
of the room. And this corner trip. Savior, Christ the Lord was' born. God,or they're pretty sure there must And Mandy, I'll see you in a little By the time Mrs. Jane returned
** Mrs. Janz, her favorite morning "And to make things.worse, when And the sign to them 'was that, the be., But they don't really know Jesus. while." Mandy was fast asleep. She smoothed
placed a small nurse, had they got to Bethlehem no one had babe would be wrapped in swaddling It's easy, Mandy. All you have to do is "Okay," Mandy. answered. "And her blanket and as she checked her
v'-' bedside table. manger scene on her room for them. The city was so clothes and lying in a'manger; And .ask Him to come into your heart, to be Marshall thank you. ......and Merry pulse she noticed Mandy was holding!
'... But now, after had crowded with people but no one seem-. the lowly shepherds went quickly and your Lord. And you'll have such a Christmas. something tightly in her little hand
:g' .- home she lay in.her everyone bed alone listenIng gone ed to notice them. They were so tired found Mary and Joseph and the Baby peace and joy, just like the shepherds "Merry Christmas Mandy," Mar- She gently opened her lingers and
V' "' to the rythmic beeping of the- and every place they went they were just as the angels had said; And they 'did that night so long ago." shall noticed a smile on Mandy's face smiled. Little Baby Jesus watlll: in
"i.;' heart monitor next to her bed. For turned away. They". must have had a told everyone else that the Savior "Nobody ever told me about Jesus 'as Mrs. Janz wheeled him into the Mandy's hand.. and in her he.u-i
-- very hard thne. they had so long been waiting for was like that before Marshall. You mean hallway.
most of her
eight she had been
years Mandy was listening intently now here and they praised God.' Jesus cares about me? He knows I'm
_w told she had a bad heart."Don't as Marshall held the figures of Mary "Lots' of people must have gone here in the hospital? And He wants
cr3! run. 'Don't play too hard.Don't ,and Jospeh one in each hand then to see Baby Jesus," Mandy said my heart?"
SVS: get tired. Don't do this don't do .
"You know Bethlehem the
was city excitedly. "Yes, Mandy. He came into the LI
,2s that. "Remember you have a bad of their own relatives but still no one "I don't know Mandy. I suppose world and later died for you, for me
-55::;; heart. How could she ever forget?' took them in. Finally this one In- some'of the people did but many of and for everyone; And if we believe in Starke Clinic
't? : But this operation was toE Family Planning
nkeeper felt sorry for-them and he them didn't believe what theshepherdg Him, then one day we will go to
change all that. Maybe. The doctors told them they could use his stable. It told them. heaven and live with Him
::.;:.; weren't sure yet. She tried to think wasn't much,' but it was sure;better' waiting for a great King to They come were and forever. Let me read you a verse' [ Outpatient Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) and Vasectomies -
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than nothing. And Mary sure didn't make them free from the Romans. from my Bible." for purpose of Sterilization.
f: everything the other kids could do. complain. The stable with the
They didn't think some 'little baby He reached into the pocket on the
i f t But that was hard because right now animals was better than staying out. could be.their Savior especially not a side of his wheelchair and brought outa No Hospital stay necessary.No .
t--'jS: it was'Christmas. And this year, on the street all night.
small red Bible.
''"*!"t baby lying in the hay in a barn. You
Christmas was ruined. "Joseph gathered some hay and see;God Has His own special way of "Listen to this Mandy 'For God so Abortions performed.
:Si: Mandy listened as visitors still smoothed it out to make a place for doing things'and lots of times people loved the world that He gave His only Call
0;: bustled through the hallway on their Mary and that night the baby was don't understand. They have their begotten Son that whosoever
'iway home." born They named Him Jesuswhich own ideas and and when beheveth in Him, should not perish 964-6500
SB: "Home, she thought. "Hot means 'Savior', just like the. angel. God does thins differently, they miss but have everlasting life.' The Bible
:S3:: chocolate and Christmas cookies. said." it altogether. is God's Word and those are His
Js: Hanging up the stockings and putting
SSj finishing touches on the tree: Why do ..
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? home tomorrow?" Fri.,' Sat. & Sun.SHOWTIMES '
M Out of the corner of her eye a glitna. 5Q % "
oJ mer of light caught her attention in .
."2 the doorway. The metal wheel of .
Z.: & Marshall's wheelchair reflected the "
ri 4: twinkling of the Christmas tree lights. '
r. And there sat Marshall with that big saVings

ssn,.t grin on his face. Oh, she didn't want :
"S! to see him, not now. He would know
W. she had been crying. Mandy closed ,
.-': her eyes and pretended to be asleep. off' '
:: "How could he always .be so hap- H'
py?" she wondered. "He has neverbeen
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able to run or even walk. And it
..::. doesn't seem to bother him. He's s e Q miir E prices
always trying to cheer me up.. But e
!U tonight I just wish he'd leave me
alone." :
c T "Merry Christmas," Marshall said
.;? softly as he wheeled closer to her bed. Friday: 7:10 & 8:45

+J "Same to you," Mandy stared Sat. & Sun: 5:00; 6:30: ; on select groups of
cu straight up at the ceiling.
:; "Your-Toom sure is pretty. Flowers 8:00.& 9,30; ._ ..
:t:; and prfisenls and even a tree and all. jijr
5}. V *re-.I larky girl, you knout You. ; 1h- -" } ,.fat ': ;w decorations
.M" got more stuff in your room" than '3O1'' DRIVEIN r y a?. tOY'j;
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::' "Lucky?" Mandy turned her head Fri. .. Mon ,
f.- to look at him. "You call the I

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r.:: weird, you know that?" fl
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:{'!: people that don't have anything
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Obituaries .!h'- u,. .New Burning Regulations Due il I

Wilbur Lacey Mobiey Union General Hospital auei" a urlet Funeral services will be conductec New regulations regarding the outdoor yard maintenance such as: tree or' any occupied building 'ed'100 ,set

.vlr Wilber Lacey Mobley, '80, of illness. at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Church ol burning law will become effec- shrub trimmings, grass clippings, (formerly 30 yards) from any" public -

Hampton passed away Friday even She was a life long resident of Union God on St. Clair St., with Rev. Gene Jive: Jan. 1, 1982, according to the palm fronds and tree stumps. It can highway.. =- :
ing at North' Florida 'Regiona. County. She was the widow of the late Bass and Rev. Walter Montz officiating Florida Division of Forestry.The also include clean dry wood lumberor It is extremely important that ytjttcontact <
Hospital In Gainesville following an types of burning which are currently tree materials 'free from paint the Division of Forestry:,
Richard Glover,and a member of the, : Burial will be in Olustee before begin burning. With th*
extended illness. considered you
Lake Butler Church of Christ. Cemetery' with Archie Tanner for approval in- pentachlorophenol (pressure
cludes agriculture, silviculture :treatments), creosote,,tar or asphalt, approach of fire season, wildfires caw
Mr Mobley was born and raised in Funeral Home of Starke in
Survivors include charge ol be detected readily if your fire i I'
: one son, Doyle (pertains to direct Improvement or which does not emit any particles orsmoke'
Macclenny, the son of the late A. J. E. Glover of Lake Butler; three arrangements. regeneration of forest trees) and land offensive to human lungs. known to be a controlled burn and not

and Lacey Crews Mobley former daughters Mrs. Eloise Stearns of clearing (construction of a residence 'Yard trash" does not Include gar- a wildfire. :1

pioneer Mr residents of BakerCounty.. Lake Butler, Mrs. Faye Nix of Carroll II. Brown or building.) As of Jan 1, yard'trashcan oage; refuse or food waste..1t also Everyone Is well aware of the past:
Mobley moved to Starke in 1942 Nashville and year's bad fire season. Due to the high:
Ga. Mrs. Marsha Man- also be approved for burning.The does not include tires, rubber
where he was employed by Camp ning of Glen St. sister Carroll H. Brown, 88, of Simsbury, incidence of arson-related forest fireS
Mary; one term "yard' trash" can be materials, residual oils, asphalt, tar,
Blanding. He was also self-employed Mrs. Alma Kendall of Ft. Pierce; Conn. died Saturday,Dec. 19 in.a local misleading and requires a definitionfor roofing materials, railroad crossties, last year,a new campaign against ar-:
as a carpenter. He built many homesin convalescent home; sonists is The Division of;
seven grandchildren and four clarification. This includes any or creosoted lumber. These items are beginning.
Bradford County and in the sur- greatgrandchlldren; debris resulting from expressly due to solid Forestry now offers$1,000 to Informa-;
rounding area. At the time of his Born in Simsbury, Mr. Brown owned landscape or prohibited
tion leading to the arrest and convlc
and operated his own farm for waste collection services available on :,
death he was the proprietor of the Funeral services will be held Tues- lion of' woods arsonists. Now the;
Shady Oaks Trailer Park south of day at 2 p.m. in the Lake'Butler I many years and worked part-time for I at least a twice-weekly basis. forests will be saved from the match

Slarkeon U S 301. Hewasa member Church of Christ with Brother Greg Hopmeadow Country Club until his 31 Students New setback limits-have been included and the striker.

of Calvary Baptist Church of Starke. Smith and Brother Harry Witt of- retirement in 1973. 'Mr. Brown was Receive G.E.D. for any land-clearing type bur For further information about out-
also member of United
Survivors include his wife: Mrs. ficiating. Burial will follow in Dekle Methodist a Church Simsburg in November ning.Any burning this nature mutt door burning or if you are seeking to.
Irene Mobiey of Hampton; three Cemetery under the direction of Archer Farm'Bureau and,Connecticut Harper County Milk be 200 feet (formerly 50 yards) from make a controlled burn, call 964-5430..''
sons Edward Mobley of Hampton, Funeral Home of Lake Butler. '
Producers Assoc. Thirty-one area residents received
Fulton Mobley of Macclenny,and Mr.
Phillip Mobley of Roanoke, Va.; John M. Allen diplomas' November;
Husband of the late They are: ,
seven daughters: Mrs. Lucile Hauler- Mr. John M. Allen 62 of Starke Anna
( Diana Aguilera, Amy Austin, Dana
son of'Camp Mrs. McGregor) Mr. Brown is
Blanding, Eunice
passed away early Tuesday morning Austin Shianne Breedlove
survivby four
daughters Mrs.
Caldwell of Maxville, Mrs. Jewell ,
in the V.A. Hospital in Lake IIIE
City Louis H. Caroline Capehart, Kimberly Cohens, Charlie
Beckham of Johnson, Fl., Mrs. following an extended illness. ( ) Nerrow, Mrs.
Earnestine Underhill of Starke, Mrs. George A. (Evelyn) Comstock, both Foster, MargaretFowler, Edna
Grady Downey of Greenwood of Lake Geneva, Fl., Mrs. Oliver H. Olisson Roger Hartley, William
S.C., Mr. Allen was born and raised in I WI&iJrfJPALMEnO&NIGHTINGALE
Hines Connie Jones, Russell Jones jrAIioi
Mrs Jo Ann Dotson of Ypsilanti Hamilton County moving to Starke in ([Dorothy) Tuller of W. Simsbury, Jr"Y
(:onn., 'Mrs. John W. William LeMire, Forrest Lippert,
Mich and Mrs. Janice Norton of (Janet)
1928 where he the
was employed by
Charline Meres Huan
Kingsley Lake; one sister: Mrs. An- Denmark Furniture Company of j Holcomb Windsor Locks, Conn.; one Nguyen, STREETS KEYSTONE NTS. 473.4006PUT
sister, Mrs. Ida Curtiss of Boca Robert Odom, James Podatty, Linda
Mae Thrift
nie of Macclenny, and
one Starke. He served in the U. S. Navy.
i brother Jesse Mobley of Salt Springs The son of the late William Allen and Raton, Fl.; thirteen grandchildren, Powers, Ira Prevatt, Armando -
Julie Ross THE THAW ON Ar
twenty-one greatgrandchildren, and Rodriguez, David Scar-
six grandchildren
; forty Mrs. Jimmie Dann of Starke. He was W a
great-grandchildren and two great-greatgrandchildren. boro, Daniel Schaeffer, Patrick JACK FROST AND eb ;
one /
great- of the Church of God faith. f
I greatgrandchild. Southerland, Johnnie Mae Thomas, .
Services were' held today George Twiford, Michael VanZant, HE FREEZE ON HIGH +
Funeral services were conducted at Survivors include his ,
: .! p m. Monday at Calvary Baptist Gladys Allen of Starke; four: sons Mrs.: Vincent(Wednesday Funeral,Dec. 23), at 1 the Alice Williams'and Margaret Young. ENERGY COST WITH ;L' y

Church in Starke with Rev. R. H. Gordon, Raiford James Home in Simsbury,
Lloyd, Allen, Conn. with the 23 Students THESE HEATING
Rev. John Olofson
i Butler officiating and Rev. Jim Black all of Starke; two daughters: Mrs. of
assisting. Burial was in Macenonia Faye Vickory of Alachua, Mrs. Linda ficiating. Burial was in Center Receive SPECIALS. r y.w
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Sims o t
Cemetery north of Cemetery, bury. Donations can
Macclenny withArchie Burgen of Starke; two brothers: be made DecemberThe
Tanner Funeral Home of Ernest Allen and David Woodard of to Simsbury United 1
Starke in charge of arrangements. Starke; two sisters: Mrs. Mildred Methodist Church, 799 Hopmeadow
s t.or Simsbury Volunteer Ambulance following named have received vckE; .
:\lrs.1)lnlna Mae Glover Pearce Glisson of Starke, Mrs. Emma Service, P. O. Box 301, both of their G.E.D. Diplomas from the .
of Lulu; his mother: Mrs. December 7th testing:
!Mr Donna Mae Glover, 79, of Lake Jimmie Dann of Starke, and eighteen Simsbury, Conn. 06070. Debra Austin, Sheila Austin, .1

Butler died Sunday morning the grandchildren.Just Christine Black, Kim Bostick, David

Brodsky,Jesse Collingsworth, Rebecca

In Loving Memory Cooney, Elmer Davis, Catherine

01 W. T. Prevatt In loving memory of our brother, Edger, Frances Gay, Terry Hall,
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To keep a family close in thought forever in our heart's. We miss you. Russell Smith, Michael Southerland, Cut your wood :-

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"The Doctor Of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine, I room, CH/A, Carpeted. 32 Acres, fenced pasture with litOP 12.49 each ..i
But Will Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human timber, 2 pond., trailer hookup, clo.. to Raiford, Office Shop Hove sellers who are anxious to sell with ;'f

Frame In Diet And In The Cause & Prevention Of Disease" Highway 121 f';onto e; Call Gerrl for details. ,r,sr.. 110 W.Call St. owner financing I oval I a bl..
.2IS ACRES with frontage SR-791 and : r r. 964
T.EDISON on 241.4 bedroom, .5761 for
1 bath frame hou... 64' x 64' hay barn 250 ft. irrigation + I'" Acreage development n.ortown _

21 Hour Emergency Answering Service well pasture and tillable land. Ponds, additional bldg.. 'Homes In town Homes with acreage out ,.
of '
Included. $1,600 town.
acre financed.
per owner Must
:Mon., Wed., & Fri. 8:30 to 6 Tues. & Thurs. 8:30 to 5 appreciate. see to ", AI.0 Large Acreage with ,

......... _... .......,.......,...._u.u.. owners to 1
DR. W.C. EATON 473-3604 w. have top quality acreage with affordable prices. |finance below I prime Interest rate. ',(""\a"

DR. LOUNETTE EATON Looking for farms, real I estate or Investment property "Iq
HWY. 21 N. Call Us. W. want to work for ,ou. >.. Call for more Information :nr

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"Better '-* on these, listings right away" h'D

FOR RENT: .12.3 Bedroom Homes 0'

Keystone Heights Ads Classified Ads !OM

Get Results JANE S. USHER _,.;

HELP PERSONAL CGII Janice 496.2126 or 496-2903 )

WANTED SERVICES WANTED MISCELLANEOUS 496 2261 360 W. Main St., Lake Butler Flo. i)

BINGO..AMERICAN GENE REESE "Your Union County Realtor"t\


Employment Service. S.r v. Remodeling work, kitchen, racquets, call 473-2210 ar Saturday., 7 p.m. and :
Melrose areas low fees, carpenter Reasonable TFN 1029RESPONSIBLE tfnchg 10/15 _.r
473-4472, 10/8 tin prices. Call Ed Dempsey at MARRIED OVEREATERSANONYMOUS :.:::
473-7034 7:30 COUPLE looking for one or
No du.,
{ J ; :
FOR RENT a.m. to 5:30: p.m. tfnchg two bedroom home to r.nt feesor weigh-ins. Open + ":::ww
7/2 in Keystone Heights area 7:30 _
meeting Tuesday : p.m. :==
! FURNISHED COTTAGE CARPENTRY AND Cannot pay over $225 per at St. Anne's Episcopal 0 -:::

bedroom. 1 bath, furnishod MASONARY WORK build month. House must be Church, Keystone Heights.Thursdays Picture 1 ::::a
livable, and have kitchen %
patios, additions, remodeling 9:30 Community -
cottage on Little Lake : a.m. fvrtrsyp ;
Geneva $225 per month. ham. and tile work. appliances and some form State Bank of Frames ( :isw s
Also of heating. Call 473.3351
Keystone Heights' Realty, painting Free Starke. 473-2790 or '=
Realtor ..73.4961 tfnchg estimates. Phone 473-4473 and ask for David Varnum, 964-8587. tfnchg 12/17 ,,:': :
| ONE HALF OF DOUBLE OF- during day. tfnchg 8/6 if not there pleas leave ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSclosed 1/2 Price ;_; :::::
for rent. o/c. ::-=
arpeting, $80 per month. DESTROYED FOREVER! call or write P.O. Box 88 meetings Monday's ate ..."'.;
4"0 Lawrence Blvd. Why settle for temporary Lake Geneva, 32660. p.m. Open meetings Fri h
Call for appointment 12/24tfn day's 8 All g ss.
Keystone 473-4472 JackieVICE p.m. meetings =
tfnchg 10/22 4737033. Amy's Electrolysis. WANTED PERSON TO SHARE at the Educational ::
( 490 Lawrence CAR POOL to Gainesville. Building, The
OFFICE SPACE for rent, Community Telegraph ::
Keystone Office, Center, Blvd.. Keystone. 9/24 Hn Work 8.00: to 400.: but will Church. 473.2790 or STEVE BROADWAY : .
call 473-2160 after 4 OO PAINTING-WALL PAPERING adjust. Call 473-2453 after 475-2130. tfnchg 12/17 TREE SERVICE
p m. tfnchg 10/29 pressure washing, free 5.30p.m.::; Itpd 1224'H. Can Be FREE! i s =
estimate Expert Croftmanshlpl ..... II
|FOR RENT I lOOOSq. Ft. also .v D ::
I es
under construction, 30OO 473-3773 TFN :
I.q. ft'Cacro. from, PCol.t of.. ACCOUNTANT retired, LAKE LOT on sand bottomed the money !
a SALE I ... ..
$800 _
413.214961chg 11/2612/31 available part time, f u II', you SAVE through coupons, tales .and giveaway -
down, $146.44 month.
heft. 2BA. HOME CH/A $350 service. / Including: taxreturns. GOING OVER SEAS-MUST Phone 473-4058 per or during the year will easily pay for one
73.203t1n1410 riMlke
per month. Lake access. SELL cute 2 bedroom 473-4367 after 6 p.m t 473-4732 0 I yeer'a.Wb11 IptIOp'

3760078. tfnchg 12/3 Classified i Ads house, lake ac..., tfnchg 7/30 I1 ..
NICE 2/3 BEDROOM HOME beautiful large wooded, LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- After O P.... .

CH/A whit..and.b.ochonLak., kitchen appliances- Get Results lot, assumable mortgage' Keystone Heights, owner, Klyltlnelllllllts', [3 It's o1/1M/Y 'gilD ... ra 4'N I
at 9%, call) owner financed 10 perc.nt Interest V.
Ceneva-ln' town-E. 473-2733. tfnchg 10/29 From All 61Br'.utNCllRly i
H untley l lots on clear, sand 'J.S
Lakevl.wDrlv.$400mon- 31R. 2BA HOME in Silver bottomed lake, priced to To All Of You a KUULTmCCUrOMTCOAY. : 0
473.7086.4tchg 12/10 Ralf.arn'B !
thly Ridge overlooking Silv.r sell from 9900. One to McNabb
12/31 .sEJIVlCZS Lake Tow miles to fiveocrasoverlookingloke' .. I
ICE 3BR 2BA unfurnished .. Keystone schools, on coun (access available) withnice lIBN1tWL !JU.L JULW"; Roof Repairs: 0 I TostartdWrMrr '

A-frame on lake, has tr 47414ee ty owned roads.$41.000 trees from $3.500 Sky lights Instated .fell Into coupon sad check or money order lot D ,-.J::
fireplace. Century 21 3/4< mortgage. 376-0078 $500 down, $50 a month. BneUerd Cewty Telegraph I
Showcase Properties Inc. tfnchg 12/3 Commercial frontage-. Gutter Instilled 4 D P.O. Drawer A
Realtors 473-4903 12/17 11 I 473452ee 'OR SALI lake Geneva Investment opportunity. Mobile Home RoofsRepaired Starke, FL 320S1KAMfc.M..M. f1: 1t n.
, Jtchg 1224FURNISHED tn Of Mobil Horn Pales:$7,770 SR21N. Owner-salesman. HOMES' ( I
MOBILE' HOMES l Mofer f 19 down. $99 month for 473-4375. 8/6 ; S

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Merry. Christmas t i--ealwl. Keystone mile. East of Keystone. weekends, 4682769.: 4tchg Homes.sq. ft.. Call 473-3133.Affordable 12/10 at fair prices, sun--oJ

on Hwy 100. tfnchg 12/17 12/3 12/24 3tod 17/74 49&.381Q


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PRICES PAID for used BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete SEWING MACHINES 24x36". 25 cents each. Used Ford Chevrolet or Dodge
I Color TV'sAntenna's homes If
mortgage 'In truck, Call 782.3189. 12/17
Is 3/4 sharpening service, circular REPAIRED All makes business printing newspaper.
paid or mare OLIN'S Unique new venture '
hand carbide 'and Great for minor repair 2tpd 1224LANDFILL |
MOBILE HOME SALES cleaned oiled ad now available In this
Spec In chain blade hollow lobs Brentford County free for moving. I IAlso
r.c.lvlngChann.I' 9645606. Open 7 days mower lusted $15. Work area. If you qualify, we have e.rulillJar ,
64-e30S.. used
tfn. concrete
30 A 47 weekly. TFchg ground and balanced. guaranteed James will train you today.
;: '782.3577 WE BUY AXLES TIRES w Leave at Jackson Building Strickland corner Morgan Lucrative recession-proof CARPET NEW USEDi Furniture blocks priced reasonably j !
Call 964.5180 after j
X 5:00
..7 axles + 4 tires 12500. Supply In Starke, Keystone Rd and Hwy 16. TFchg business with prestige and appliances. '
11m ,
pm tars of" Plumb. fixtures and PM. Keep trying. 12/17 I I'i
Del. to Ollns .H. Hwy. 100 Heights or Lake Butler.' CHAIN LINK FENCE Install. profit. Earnings limited only pipes .. f\. .
W 9645606. TFchg ed. Free estimates. HandyMan ambition J
Starke. by your and '
TFchg PHONE 964-7776
So. Oak
964.6679.215 tfn split, C'ECELI
ALCOHOLICS ANONY. Fence Co. 9648559.
YARD SALE WANT TO BUY used desire. Investment $125 to :
DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN $45.00 per load; $85, cord .
1.I ISAiEI II .1 | typewriters and adding Plton.964.51480r964.7619.MOUSi TFDd. 12/81. $2,000. For appointment HOUSE 301 South. 'In Starke area. Next doorto tERWILUGAR' 205 N. Temple Stark IN.. ::
machines. In' call 9047529325. 12/3,10 ",
Must be o"U"
I SALE! SALE! Cowboy I &30. 3tchg 9646740. We buy and sell Morgan Rood Baptist God Bless You
working condition. TUTORINGMost
FOR RENTMIMOSA used furniture and Church. 12/17 tfn
halt, feathers, ap
9645764. tfn 2/12. ENCORE CLOTHING CON. Have Merry Christmas
elephant, horiei.Glasiware SubjectsBA
TV'S Colors dresser Two spreads 2
and novelties, Corvette in Education sale. Owner financing. SPECIALGeneva
Convertible In MANOR MOBILE
starting at $100.00.Trode.ln''w.lcome. canopies. Box springs and
.radioes, tape players, good to.excellent condi HOME PARK mobile homes Experienced 9645648. Itchg 12/24 Lake Estates
: mattress Included $250.
:Jtnlwes: cloth., shoes, bed Phone
tion. Call BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Stunning 5 BR 2Va BA executive
Jjnens. If don't have 377-8888, or and spaces for rent. 964-8328 964-5518 ) 9648212. 6/11 tfn Call 431.1648. 12/17 tfn
*e'tl It.w.Fresh write 6685 NW 9th Blvd., Recreational vehicleswelcome. Couples needed to USED COLOR TVS Carter'sTV 7 PC. ROSCOE screwdriverset home w/fireplace paved driveway.Over .
greens3dtly Gainesville, Fl 32605. Phone 468-2912 establish home-bosed
75 cents lorg. 12/10 3tchg 12/24 TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call branch office for international 782-3S77. We accept made In USA $2.98; 40 2,000 sq. ft. 3/4 Ac. wooded lot.
jtt>nch. lay-A-Ways CLOTHING TFchg the Office Shop 110 W. $20 M VISA and MosterCharge. pc. socket'set 1/4 and 3/8 Excellent financing.
W. will pick up. HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng 10/15 fin.MOBILE drives, 649. Also have
Ifvailoble for Christmas Encore, 964-5648. Itchg room TV and air.Underwood Call St., Starke, for details, $40 M potential. Excellent
Ijpme This HOME SERVICE many other Items Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
; see us. Bryan's 12/24 Motel 3 miles 9645764. tfn. benefits Call: 964.7667 for
& That Shop, corner 301 GLASS CUT TO ORDERi appointment. Itchg 12/24 POLES 100 amps, $135; BARGAIN CENTER US-301 low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
North of Slarke
:Sad 16, old Gulf station 301 10/9 tfn on Hwy. Doors, window, etc. fEXAS OIL COMPANY needs 200 amps, $225. Call south. 12/10 tfn. comfort & quality/ together with energy efficiency.
Jjipne: 964-5180. 12/03 tin HOMES JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY who anytime 9646365. Starke. CLARINET Good condition * *** ** *
MOBILE HOMES Highway 16 person
: FOR SALE Orders w/case. 7500. Encore, EXECUTIVE HOME on Golf Course Absolutely beautiful I I1lck.4
and Hwy. 16 and 225 9646078. also can work without superviSion
;|j LOST/FOUND Cleanl' Call 4681323. 3/12 taken In Lake Butler In Starke. Contact CARS 964-5648 Itchg 12/24 BR, 2'/i BA, study, all appliances deck, pool. Ap

tfn 496-3079 and Keystone customers. Age unimportant TRUCKS 1977 YAMAHA 400 motorcycle pros 2830 sq.' ft. on 1 acre Paved circle driveway, 2-car t
KEYSTONE-STARKE AREAl Heights, 473-4973. 2/26 but Reasonable. Ph garage, landscaped and In excellent condition. !
Is. We
FIND Larg. male New home for sole. 431.1950. Itpd 12/24
walker Also '
tfn. 13% ACRES- barns 86$ frontage on SR.11. $38,500.
train. Write W. D. Dick, 173 SUPER BEETLE New !
& kltch.n.central .
:ddg on Hwy. 100 S. No cal.fdr. quality' built homes, $22 dining room Pres. Southwestern paint Michelin radials 10 ACRES nice home; pond; 'COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES-A truly beautiful home!.3 BR. 3
heat and air In ; ;
1133.2974 Identify and pay cost. per sq. ft. built on your lot Hampton. Phone 4681779. Petroleum Ft. Worth, TX good condition. $1800. Call barn $49,900; Pecans, 65 BA on 1.3 acres. Huge family room w/freplace.( This
12/17 HOME. REPAIRGen. cents lb. Shastacamper
2tpd or ours. Adam. & Hall per ;
((1st months rent In advance 76101. Itpd 12/24 9647682. 11/05 tin home has everything I
473.2056 or 4752128. 6/4 .))5/7 tfn Maint. Screens JEEPS. CARS PICKUPS! From $200 each., $1,1503 Call; 964.5388.steers, .7TH DAY ADV. CHURCH RD. 230ANeat frame bldg.

tV24.1Mary I TFchg. TRAILER LOTS High and dry; made or repaired, experienced MOBILEHOMES $35. Available at localgovernment 12/24 carpet. 2-gas heaters A/C. Lot 100' x 125'.
Kay I CUSTOM HOMES now oak shade trees; 2 miles reference. Auctions For OAK FIREWOOD 615 MELTON ERRACE-Attractlve brick 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A.
u Cosmetics under construction South on US-301. 964.8238. 964-8328 964-5518 Directory call Surplus Data Green, $60. 6 ft. truck Dry bed; carpeted panelled drapes chain link fence around yard. i
,, overlooking Stark Count 9/3 tfnPRIVATE FOR SALE Center, 805.687.9709 full delivered 964.7197 215 W.WASHINGTON-Zaned commercial Charm & com :
Louise StarlingS try Club. Adams and Hall TRAILER LOTS 'In 1977 FORD LTD Burned In. Itchg 12/24 fort. Approx. 2,000 sq. ft. CH/A carpeted drapes, 4 extra ;

Builders. Phone 473-2056 country.. 2'/t' miles from BRADFORD 'SEPTIC TANK tenor Sell for parts. Phone FOR PARTS 1972 lots. Owner financed
473-3092 or 4752128. 6/4 TFchg. Starke. Owner furnishes SERVICE Bradford County 1981 MOBILE HOMES: 468.2185 aft. 6 PM. 12/17 1971 Chevy Ford LAKE SANTA Custom built w/everythlng you can Im

ve NEW HOMES.V.A. No water all other hookupsaree residential pump-outs, payments. starting at tfn 8-cyl.Pinto. Call pickup.7823949. tchg .. 3 BR. 3 BA, 2200 sq.ft. 2 story well Insul.. CH/A on

money down. IS'to In. Call 964.6365 $50. We also re-lay drain $147.00 per month. John 12/24 2 ac.. 3-caorage.O/t. on water. Invest nowl!

Classified AdsG' day. Lakefront county or anytime. 10/29 tfn lines. Phone 9648121. Brown Mobile Home 1980 MERCURY XR7 2door. APP. MARE 7 old. Pony 'RD 16 E ROOM TO ROAM 8 acres C nearly new, Ig.
Center 473-3775.4/9 6cyl. Automatic, AM/FM yrs brick home; CH/A fully Insulated 2-car ;
city lots available. Call today DUPLEX 124 N. Myrtle St. 5/28 TFchg.PROFESSIONAL horse $600 FIRM. Rare ; ; garage
t Results Bob Harris, 9645533. $195 per month, Car CleanIng tfnchg. stereo cruise' control breed chickens 9645119 fireplace; alarm system; Intercom w/stereo; screened

.-...... 12/10 3tpd 12/24 Refrlg.rator, stove, Service Cleaned, 167il "Price Leaders of power windows, bucket Itchg 12/24 back porch; water soft.ner:/one lot with home has well
carp.tlng..Coll 964.8944 or washed, glared, the South" with the lowest seats, clock, Interior decor septic tank electricity ft can have a trailer.

964-8126. after 6 pm. 12/03 vacuumen sanitized, and rate. of 16 1 /2 percent) group, wheel covers. GAS HEATERS gas stoves COUNTRY CLUB, New luxurious well designed, well
I mien County .Ads tfn deodorized. $7.00, pickup Large selection of 12, 14 $6995.00. TERWILLEGAR electric stove, misc fur. built home w/fireplace, huge walk-In closets.

rURNISHEO APARTMENT: 2 and delivered or your and 24 wades. Factory owned MOTORS. 206 W. MadisonSt. nlture, lamps Call KINCSLEY LAKE Brick duplex. Rent or use as home!

bedroom, heating and air place. Calf 9647226. ask and operated. COMMUNITY ., Starke. 9647200. 964.6365. 10/29 tfn -30T3. 33 ACRES ft HOME. One of Bradford's finest .

< PERSONAL t REAL conditioning. Call 964.6201 for Dennis. 12/10 tfn MOBILE HOME 12/24 5-V GALV. ROOFING! residences, over 3,000 sq. ft.; fine acreage, barns, split :
after 5:00: 12/24 2tchg WILL DO GENERAL REPAIR 1980 MERCURY CAPRI GHIA 6'-54.20; 7'.54.95: 8'$5.70; rail fence. Well kept :
pm. .
SALES, 301.N. .
ESTATE Highway
| SERVICES 12/30 WORKS Carpentry.roofing, 3-door, automatic, powersteering -56.451O'; -57,20,11'I 51.9- BROOKLYN LAKE-Cozy Board ft Batten cottage, CHftA.
Starke. Open 7 days a .
SIX ROOMS BATH Range and painting. Ph. 782.3669., power brakes, 12'$8.70.; All sizes picked 1121 BESSENT RD-Lg. corner.lot, nice landscape; 3BR
CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES LOOKING FOR o special and refrigerator. Flrtf FREE ESTIMATES. 12/17 week. 964-8741 10/29 tfn. tilt wheel AM/FM cassette up. Jacksonville We 2B CHCA has attic fan; patio; fenced back yard; 14' x 28' :
FrjTe estimates, Local piece of property If I I':' floor. Floor furnace and air 2tpd 1/24 12 X 64 MOBILE HOME 3 BR, stereo, TRX suspension manufacture Call toll lighted shed.'EPPERSON .

distributes for completely don't have It,.I'll find It-Just I conditioner. No pets. $175 stove and refrigerator, system, Aluminum wheels, free.1.800.342.2702. 1224 ST. Owner fin. t B,3 BR, 1'/. 1- CH&A,
washable ask..JANE S. USHER Also have 12 x SO 2 BR. 1 and 4tchg 01/14 .
nationally per month, plus damage air glass luggage DAVIS ST. OFF 301 9 Ac. more or less owner fin.. Has
advertised Gard..". REALTOR 496.2126 or deposit. Call 964-807)) lull bath. Call 964-5889 rack tape stripes COME SEE US AT THE HOUSEOF potential for mobile home park.

Draperies. SAW Enter 496.2903, eves, "Your I Itchg 12/24 alter 6 weekdays, anytime 639500. TERWILLEGAR BARGAINS in lawtey .1091 COLLEY RD., Brick :3 BR, 1'B VA loan of
pries Ed or LamaStph.n Union. County Realtor ten, weekends Itpd 1224CAMPERS MOTORS. 206 W. MadisonSt. Full line of clothing: 26305. @9'/i'/.Selling price 35000.

'496.2219 3/26. COMMERCIAL $. W"T WCK DnVOCSOptrMon ., Starke. 9647200. Itchg children. and adults at 1026 EASTWOOD DRIVE CB 3 BR IViB, on quiet street
FOR ALL YOU ESTATE bargain prices. 10/22 tin
5/1't80TFN..., REAL Or 11e.ry lqulpns.rd .334 N. MYRTLE CH&A. Assum. mart. owner will take
NEEDSCall Venera Brown PROPERTY SMrt Uolly back second.Attractive Interiors)

Merry Christmas 4963022. Sandy Haz.n IOUMHCarprrtry 25 FT.TRAVE TRAILER: Self, t t .5 AC. NEAR HAMPTON-Fenced.. 750 gal. septic tank 250

.... .... It... .. ... 496-3.994: eves or Gerrl Lea- BRADFORD ,"* 'MfNI -lemvtasr e contained. Full bath roll- ft.'well. $21,000. Financing available .
,r non 4963140.,. Tiffin andnOwensv klllUt+0IS EAO B FIC. E j. t ; Work j I.. out. awning -new-tires ; -it7x .LOT 7 COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES-SS.000.
WNSUIMlf "" 'I IncpReelltrrs.'Rt.'d COMPLEX for iali. 80 pct. $2700.00. Call 9647625. .3 LOTS IN FIVE OAK .SISOOO.
.. sox i 88Lok.' Butler,. FL. Glen Nettles & .
pMAIIES owner financing available Itpd 12/24 3.95 ACRES IN -521,000. :
INSURANCE AGINCYtl&O at 11 pct. I'/t acres with Arthur Masters Realtor 'GENEVA LAKE ESTATES-Beeutlfully wooded 1/2 acre :

;; S. Lake Ave, Lake WANTEDMOBILE room for expansion. Phone Free Estimates MISCELLANEOUS lots. $8,000 each good financing. I
Butt 4963978. Complete owner 4732735. 9/24 tfn v I 904-782-3931 PRICED TO SELL $24,200 lot on Lk. Geneva. :

Insurance Service. TFN *. Low Prices .40 ACRES NEW RIVER AREA-HI and dry with pecan trees :
property.Two :
FREE PUPPIES for Realtor
Ready A..ocla'.s-Aft.r Hours
Will pay cash for your used Excellent References homo for sa'.Only $22,500 for born.
Christmas. Mother, part Wayne E.Douglas' Broker-Salesman 964.6593
FOR RENTTAKING mobile home. Ray Powell, MOBILE I ; HOME I 964.5135 or 964.5882 German Shepherd Call SOMETHING DIFFERENT a homer for sale ln\\ Fred Socket. Broker-Salesman 468-1664
-'- 496.3377TFN 4/16. Strawberry Acres. You If to lo look
ewe yourself
JUST IN TIME FOR 473.7131 after 5 PM. Itchg BEAUTIFUL HOMESITE 2.27 Acres only 6500. I Byron Terwlllegar-964-777i Martha Dorko-782-3397

APPLICATIONS. : For CHRISTMASWanted good | IMPifTVfim CLOSE TO HOSPITAL One acre homesffe. 6000. Anne Terwlllegar Nelson-475-1677
one? and two bedroom homes for free Collie- !!$"' ) IQVtLY HOME perfect for retired coup'..' Screened pan III!

mobile" homes. 'Phone German Shepherd pups RJ. che,. fenced yd., workshop. More $45.000. PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE
496;2366 after 1 p.m. Pines eight weeks old. 4963204. tl =Hurann I IN COUNTRY 6 Ac.- $10,200. 10 Ac.-$23,000. .,

Mobile! Home Village. TFN Itchg. '-- ._- StfINO IS fllUEVINC. This gracious home should be All Types Insured '

COMPANIES yours located lull off Colley Rd. FREE ESTIMATES ,?
I FOR SALE Classified Ads'Get PERFECT MOBILE NOME SITE 10 Ac., barn and more
MORTGAGE Call Thomas D. Nettlet .
Results Wt HAVE a very lovely Spanish style home for .01.. !

I It79 !FORD COURIER 5 ter, MONEY W. Hove !It,11 I Would you believe $32,0007 Make us prove If. 49S-373I Like Butl.r

sped, transmission, 2300 Bill Consolidation Residential

Engine-.,<4 new radial tires, Home Unimproved Property CkwI
Oil & Gas Improvement
topj( r,> fully carpeted bed. Register 1st and 2nd MortgagesLicensed Beat the Cold VACUUM

stereo, cassette 308 S. Thompson Street I N. Waldo Rd. Suite D I
player J Phone 4962679. 730 MICHAEL I. COONEY Get your firewood early

TFN.;VI 2. fflBv 964-5888 Mortgage Broker 37S-941) B:30-S:30 Realtor' Associate. Nome 964-8827 oak or Pine $40 pickCLEANER

SELL Double canopy bed Gulf) 47S-U17 6:30-7:30 Mon.-Wed. up load or $70 per cord.

Sesser. 2 spreads, 2 r t P. O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. IAWTEY. Ft 32058 I Call Thomas! Nettles CHRISTMAS

canopies, box springs and LP Gas e Fuel Oil Lake Butler
mattress Included. $250. Attention: Women and MenIf SALE

431.1648. TFN 12/17. Home Delivery Cash sit Carry you want an opportunity that comes rarely In a person's 49fr3738Flrellood
"" We'd ba CLOSED from 3 p.m., Dec. 24 lifetime then you owe it to yourself to investigate. Classified Ads I Scrap 10-20% Off
Get Results
Mobile Homes Will .re-open 8 a.m., Dec. 28 1 1. If you are above average/CAREER MINDED. & Pine Yes we Take

Moved 2. Appearance/HIGHLY MOTIVATED. S10 truckload Fire Woo

Local or statewide Martin and Perfection Heaters 3. Aggressive with outgoing personality lIl1 oak 4x4' Split oak I/4 cord TradeInsOak

4. Over 25 mature/SELF STARTER. $40. Vs cord
moves. Setup & con (or $ OOO delivered. AI I YOung
5. High School graduate minimum with working !II RECOVERY Call Acres
nections done SUII'1. C.II Darryl I
11:462-4587 evenin s. 1 m experience or college degree ,.ROOM .. Vacuums
Kroll Realty Company 6. Can be out of town $ nights per week. The Recovery Room ol or come out between I 964-6918
468-21! 0 1
Immediate Lake City, Local Out 9:30 and 2:30: and
864 N. Temple Ave. Archie Tanner Fun.rolHome. 3 MI. N. us 301, Starke
mature professional sales-oriented women and men we'll lad for YOU

I REALTOR" Starke, Florida that need to earn $$15,000.00 and up per year:$174.80 per 964.5757 StOfke Fl '"'......,., ..

? Branch Mgr. David L. Dodge, Assoc. Realtor week, while In training with motel expenses, car .k.-.r.

allowance and corp. benefits. Fxperlence m cosmetic ...
984-7885 Evei. 964-5370 '' > WHDHMinoi a'r ;'se'.., .
sale such Avon Sara 'It\I<
jewelry-retail a*: Tupperware :
e Lovely 3 BR home on e 3.23 Acre lot between .t .
Bedford Coventry telephone sales helpful.'For p.nonallntervl.w ....._ _
1 Lake, large Lake Butler and Ral- : ..
t call John C: Hall TOLL FREE at 1-800-543-5980 or e e e e e mm ., .... ... ;
shaded lot $59,900. ford on busy route 121 '
$17,900. 1-800-543-5921 Monday through 2" Thru 6" .', .J
9:00: a.m..4:30: p.m. .E.OE.M/F; '
Our listings promoted through more than 1500 broken. ; .Fast !Rotary Iq
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You are allowed 10% Tax Investment Credit for any'new equipment, you purchas? \\-v \ .f \'\ "V '.:<,..,

, Evaluate what you need in the way of office equi ment. -furniture/ .\..,: "

typewriters, calculators and other equipment.'i: ':

C, ," ,': ,;.:, ._ Between Now and January 1 1.982 we will give you::: ;

p n THE 20% Off any item in our catalog that ....

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