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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Wotk noting City Police Fire Protection User Fee Gets No Support

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"I'm not in lavor of increasing the income no extension on federal revenue sharing translates into $5.50 for every $1,000 of tax. bilcox pointed out the the electric and gar-
, of the city now," said Commissioner Jimmy funds, Schaefer said. able property for home owners. Thus the user bage rates were recently increased.
: Football Tickets... Crosby to a feeler put out by Mayor Charles The fee would be charged to11 properly fee for property valued at $25,000 on the tax Commissioner Crosby said everyone might
: Schaefer on what Starke commissioners think owners and the $25,000 homestead exemption roll would be $137.50 per year, or for a $50,000 like more services now, "...but I don't think
A thousand general admission about possible user fees to pay for city fire would not be effective on it In other words, valuation $275 per year. they want to pay for any more."
':' tickets for the Bradford High vs. and police protection. each property would have to pap the fee, not Alachua has already gone to this system to If everybody could pay one mill, instead of
Godby High School football play-off Mayor Schaefer said Tuesday night Dec. 3, just the ones paying property taxes.In pay for its police and fire protection, Schaefer half paying 2.81 mills, he'd take a look at it,
game in Tallahassee have been he wanted to know how the council membersfelt that way, the city's taxable property said. Crosby said.
sent to Bradford High School. about the user fee concept. People keep value would be increased by$21.3 million,and Commissioner Bobby Biggs questioned the The city's total budget is $7.2 million. The
The tickets, which cost $4 each, asking for services. The city dollars are would total $74 million. Schaefer figured it mayor about who would pay. Biggs' point was amount of federal revenue sharing funds
are on sale from 7:30: a.m. to 3:30: limited. And, there is a new law which allows would take 5.5 mills to raise some $587,000 to that only property owners would pay under amount to approximately $75,000.
p.m. in the Finance Office at BHS. cities to increase property taxes to pay for pay for both fire and police protection. 5.5 Schaefer's proposal. Commissioner Vernon The city takes in enough money now,
Buses fire and police protection, Schaefer said. mills, however, on a taxable value of $74 Silcox said he opposed the proposal for that Crosby said. "We offer an excellent quality of
to Tally... Plus, the city has been notified there will be million would raise 407000. The 5.5 mills reason, that it didn't include everybody. services for a city of our size," he said.

Several efforts are being made tc .
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charter buses for the trip to the '''';.. .. .,.. ".."'<"-'''''
Tallahassee Godby High vs. Brad- ;. '" "J":
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Tallahassee.ford High playoff football in i' .=:: Strong

Blade Hamilton of Brooker is "'",:;.:,
organizing one bus, and reports are ,. . -..,
that 41 persons are already signed 4; ..-.
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up.Harry Hatcher of the Western :

Steer Steakhouse, phone 964-8061, is l' .. ;
also organizing a bus trip. u ICN&d .?.. .I
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Pep Rally, Bonfire... : Lawtey

A pep rally and bonfire for the L
Tornado football team of Bradford
High is set for 7 p.m. today (Thurs- 7S Willie Strong edged out Leon
F'II at
day, Dec. 5)). : Wilkerson by five votes, 78-73, for
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The public is invited to come and the Group 1 seat on the Lawtey city
support the team.Admission E:: .....1 commission with about half the
is free. E 4JtiT'4 town's qualified voters going, to the
Friday, Dec. 6, is Scarlet & Gray polls Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Day at BHS. Everybody is urged to Veteran Group 5 Commissioner
wear school colors to show the Tor- H.W. (Buster) Bennett successfully
nado fighting spirit. ft __ staved off, 83-65, a challenge by off-
j and-on Lawtey politician and former

Early Dismissal... councilman Wayne Massey.

School will be dismissed early AI Anderson, 26 and the son of

Friday, Dec. 6, to accommodate .._ It educator C.C. Anderson, walked into
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Bradford fans going to the BHS- '- the clerk's post, vacated by Mrs.
Godby playoff football game in Andrews' Portrait UnveiledGuy Lucille Shuford, with no opposition. I
Tallahassee. a *ilnent Mrs. Diane Wilkerson, 46, office
of artist Ann of Jacksonville.
Manry Kenyon Unveiling
and Elizabeth Andrew., contributors to the new
major
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Schools will use the early manager at the Waldo Flea; Market,
painting-.NTpresenLiM1 the portrait were Pat Farnsworth, chairman of the En-
Starke Center, in this oil
.Community are portrayed I
di.mts..l.oh.dule on which qualified to run for the clerk' post
dismissedat unveiled at a meeting of SFCC Board of Trustees in the Center conference dow menl Board, and Alan Robertson president of Santa Fe Community
students
elementary are College. Attending the ceremony were members of both boards and
room, Tuesday, November 26.
high 1 p.m.school and students middle are school dismissedat and The portrait, commissioned by the SFCC Endowment Corporation Is 'friends> and relatives of the honored couple. (see Lawtey Votep.2A)

2 p.m.Arts .

and Crafts... Police and Electric Department May Have to Share City Car

The second annual arts and .... I
crafts festival sponsored by the Commissioner Vernon Silcox is wants Police Chief Jimmy Bowenuse Purchase of the car for the Police burned out, Biggs said. got some indication the other council '
Brooker Volunteer Fire Depart- having a rough time getting Police ore of the old police cars that has Department was routinely approved At the end of Tuesday night's members are with him. He asked the
ment is set for Dec. 7. Chief Jimmy Bowen to share a been taken off patrol duty. He wants Tuesday night, on the motion of meeting, Silcox brought the car swit- fellow commissioners think about
It is open to arts and crafts of all police car with the Electric Department Electric Supt. Bill Weldon to have Commission Bobby Biggs, secondedby ching matter up again for discus- his proposals.
categories. Cash and ribbon awards and the city clerk. the newest of the present police cars, Commissioner Silcox. Saying the sion, but he didn't make a motion.
will be given. For more informa- Silcox all by himself on the proposal which Bowen now drives, to be used PD needs a new car, Biggs told Silcox said he isn't "against" the Chief Bowen told The Telegraph
tion, write to: Program Director it appears. by Supt. Weldon and by Clerk Neil fellow commissioners he talked to Police Department, that he is trying he'd used his own cars for years.
Tony Stalnaker, BVFD, P.O. Box The city commission was asked Tucker when the clerk goes on out of city mechanics and got copies of the to save some money. He said he When he'd wrecked his personal car I
127, Brooker FL 32622. for two cars at its Nov. 18 meetingone town trips, which he does frequentlyon maintenance records of the current would make no proposal Tuesday on duty, the city made not mentionof I
for the Police Department and city business. police cars. He pointed out the cur- night about a car for Supt. Weldon, paying for it, he said. Bowen said
Presents Needed one for Supt. Bill Weldon of the Elec Silcox made the proposal Nov. 18 rent cars are out of warranty and it and that he was not trying to put his department should get the car
For Foster Children tric Department. The commissiontook when Chief Bowen was absent. Chief will no longer cost $25 to repair a anybody on the spot. being bought with the Police Dept.
bids on two cars, but tabled Bowen was present Tuesday night, transmission and the city will haveto funds. I
Presents are needed for 25 or 30 both when Commissioner Silcox Dec. 3, to protect his interests, but pay the going cost. City The new patrol car will be used on
foster children, ranging from made his suggestion. he didn't say anything in the mechanics say the electric systemsin Silcox said he didn't want to bring patrol duty, the council was told
4-weeks-old to years-old, for this Silcox wants to buy one car. He meeting. the current police cars are about the matter _up for action unless he Nov. 18. I
Christmas.
donate -- -

with chased Anyone which, or wishing to presents buy presents to will be is pur-money askedto Rules, Red Tape Cause Frustration Over Donated Boat lamp '

contact HRS at number 964-8875, .-.
and ask for Cathe Johnson or Diane commissioners the in the first allow a road way into the boat ramp the two-acre acre parcel just on the necessary for a hunting and fishing
County are trying to county
McClellan. The will be for place. Evans west side of Sampson Trestle on the
presents had over lands in the flood plain. camp, Odom gave the property to
hard not to look a gift horse in the So, the commission a meeting side of Lake with the
children assigned to families in said. east Sampson the county.
Bradford and Union Counties. mouth. Monday, Dec. 2, attended by four more intentions of making the low area Into Now the federal and state
The 4 DER officials were environmental
The county, it turns out, owns DER personnel, a representativefrom
and Odom
a hunting fishing
not the
would camp. officials
non-committal. They say are on
some land on the west side of Sampson the Corps of Engineers, and in-
had fill dirt two feet thick
is to some commission the
likely to
the boat application county remove
Upcoming... Trestle and on Cypress Run on vited Dist. 25 RepresentativeChance ramp
hauled the
to
that it onto area adjacent
which it would like to build a boat Irvine to sit in on the discus be approved by DER, only fill.At
Run. But Odom into
The quarterly meeting of the ramp. But first the commission sion, which Mrs. Irvine did. will be considered.The Cypress ran the special meeting Monday,
Republican Party of Bradford must in J.D. Corps of Engineers is chargedwith trouble when he tried to get a septic Dec. 2, Evans, of the Corps of
remove fill put by Basically, the commission
County is set tonight (Thursday, county protecting such inland flOodplain tank put in and a building permit. Engineers, told commissioners the
Odom and for
apply a boat ramp agreed to remove the fill, and to app-
Dec. 5)) at 7 p.m. in the Chicken to the U.S. of areas under the Clean Waters Before Odom could get his ducksin county needs a federal permit to
for
Corps ly boat
permit a Larry
Factory restaurant on US-301 ramp permit. Act of 1975. DER is concerned with a row, he was cited with place fill material in the flood plain.
the Florida
Engineers, Departmentof Evans said the Corps of Engineers
south. maintainingg water quality, mean unauthorized filling of lands included The odds are nil, said Evans, that
Environmental Resources and
will look
Chance Irvine, R-Orange probably favorably on an in the 100-year flood plain. Whenit the of would issue
recharging
Rep. the Florida Department of Natural application for the boat ing such areas vital to Corps Engineers
ramp became the federal and
the Dutch Treat apparent
Park will address such permit.
clean waters. a
Resources. It's also to make
enough weighing the use to the public versus environmental officials
meeting. Everyone is invited. the commission want to give the the destroying a small portion of The story goes back awhile when state weren't going to issue permits (See Boat Ramp..p.3ASanta )
of
The Chamber Commerce land back to J.D. Odom, who gave it flood plain land. The Corps will land developer J.D. Odom brought
Board of Governors will meet
Thursday, Dec. 5, at 12:30 p.m. in
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the Board Room at the Starke -F-" r --- Claus Downtown
Center of Santa Fe Community Col ;,11I .r., i :

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lege.The
Starke Christmas Parade is r
set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. + i rrr ... Parade Sat.Starke's
Entrants are asked to assemble on ; J Following .
Thompson Street, at the cannon, "
, get a placement number by 9 a.m. 1985 Christmas Parade is set to get under way Saturday, Dec.
and be lined up on Thompson Street ,'. ; 7, at 10 a.m. from the south end of Thompson Street, near the cannon.
by 9:30: a.m. .Santa Claus will be at the corner of The Telegraph immediately follow-
The Bradford County Commission \{ ing the parade to talk to small children.
is scheduled to meet at 9:30 The parade will also be videotaped for reshowing on cable channel 5,
a.m. Monday, Dec. 9. The board r ; within Starke city limits, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10. To access that chan-
has changed its meeting day backto i nel it is necessary to have cable TV. The reshowing is made possible by
the first Monday of the month effective .,' the First United Methodist Church of Starke.
in January. The December ." <, I The Chamber of Commerce reported 25 entries with more expected
meeting was left on the second II I Wednesday afternoon. All participants: are asked to be on Thompson
Monday because of zoning notices .... ,;;; '. Street to receive a placement number by 9 a.m. Everyone is asked to be

and bid openings already set for ',- lined up 9:30: a.m.
.. Dec. 9..The. ,,.,. t; ,, -" _' I The parade route begins at the south end of Thompson Street, the in-
Civitan Regional Blood- .,. ." ; : tersection of Walnut St. and Temple Ave. (at the cannon), proceeds northon
mobile will be at the Chamber of -I -- t Walnut Street, left onto Madison Street, right onto Court Street, right
Commerce in Starke from 11 a.m. ;., -rII" -- i onto Call Street, left onto Thompson Street, left onto Jefferson Street and
to 5:30: p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10. I II. will end at the parking lot of the Florida National Bank.
The City Commission of Brooker 1wi f .r "Christmas Around the World" is the 1985 parade theme. All float
meets the second Tuesday of each ,.. I builders are asked to keep the theme in mind.
month, which is Tuesday, Dec. 10, Cash prizes will be awarded for the top three votes: $50,first place; $35,
at 7:30: p.m. .'. ..........,......,,'"-,.,,' jDls& second place, and $15, third place. A trophy will be presented to the first
The City Commission of Hampton place winner. The trophy will remain with the winner for three months,
meets the second Tuesday of then will be returned to the Chamber office where it will be on display un-
each month, which la Tuesday, Officials Visit Cypress Run Boat Ramp Site.. til the 1986 Christmas parade.
Dec. 10 The Parade Committee requests that there be no live Santas
The Bradford School Board 25 Rep. Chance Irvine Corps of Engineers railroad trestle in background, but in times of high the real Santa at the end of the parade. The parade is mostly for children
meets in regular session the third Representative Larry Evans, and County Sanitarian water boats cannot go under the trestle. and the committee does not want to cause confusion for them.
Monday of each month, which is Darrell O'Neal discuss the removal of fill from the County commissioner and Department of Environmental Every entry in the parade must have sufficient adult supervision. The
Monday, Dec. 16. county's proposed boat ramp site on property donatedby official discuss the same situation In the distance of the parade route, approximately 7/10 miles, when determining -
J.D.Odom on Cypress Run on the east tide of Sampson background. age limits of the children who may be walking.
Lake. There I* a boat ramp on the east side of the






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PUt!u TELEGRAPH December 5, 9,85 .



_______-rI Tie, Vote Stalls Rezoning i



Of 8 Acres in Starke '


A 2-2 tie vote at the November 26 Starke Zoning... i
county zoning board meeting stalled At the Nov. 21 meeting of the I
the rezoning of 8.2 acres of propertyoff Board
Starke Zoning approval was
Edwards Road west of the city
given to Donald C. Roberts to rezone
limits, from RSF (single family
one acre off Market Road in nor- ;
residential) to RSF-MH' (mixed) thwest Starke from R1A to R2A in
allowing mobile homes on half-acre order to build a duplex on 10,000

JIrr lots.The square feet. I
'j petition, presented by Lee "

Hardenbrook representing RobertL. "Truth Is rarely pure and never
Cooper the owner, was opposedby Wilde
several property owners in the simple. Oscar
area.
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.t As a result of the tie, the matter
will go to the County Commission THE BRADFORD
r without recommendations for a decision COUNTY TELEGRAPH
tt its Dec. 9 meeting.
i Published every Thursdayat
Two other petitions were approvedfor
133: W. Call Street
!''JV -." "' a t g.G1.1 I" :iW: I favorable recommendations at
the November 26 zoning meeting. Starke. Florida 32091

Team Members at Bradford High... They were: ,
High-Q .P. George Manning, rezoning 125 Second Class postage paid at
Members of the lllgh-Q Team at Bradford High are (I-r): Michael Davies Jonathan Rowe. by 200 foot lot,adjoining his business Starke FloridaSubscription
Bottom row.Joy Vellenga, Michael Blalock,Jason Brown,Jody Brown, Top row-Coach Stanley Crawford,Shaun Schmidt. Not shown: Stephen between SR-100 East near Keystone
and Lisa Blalock. Akridge, David Stokes.HighO'ers Heights, and the RS&F: railroad Rates:
Second row- Julie Fowler Shawna Blom. Chris Powell, Ricky Smith, tracks, from ILW (light industry) to
single family residential. In-trade area, : $10.00 per year

Wilbur and Kay Waters, rezoningone $5.50 six months
. To Compete At Divisional acre, one mile northwest of
: Starke at CR-18 west and NW 25th Outside area: $11 per year
.-. St., from RSF-MH (mixed) to CG $6.00 six months
Finishing the regular season witha David Stokes, a junior is enjoyinghis team for the next 3 years. Her hob- (general commercial)).
6-1 record qualifies the varsity first year on the team. His hob- bies include reading, swimming, -
High-Q team of Bradford High to bies include water-skiing, motorcyl- and High-Q. Shawna's knowledge of
compete in the upcoming divisional ing, and swimming. David is the math is simply astounding Coach
'championships set Jan. 14 and to be ward of Catherine Stokes of Melrose. Crawford says. Shawna believes .
hosted by BUS. that "High-Q is, and has been, a
Meet the team: Jason and Jody Brown, great learning experience in many
Julie Fowler, grade 12, is the sophomores, are members of their areas." JESSIE'SLIQUOR
daughter of Nina Fowler of Starke. team for their second year. Jody "You don't this team, you just
Her hobbies include reading, and Jason are the twin sons of Mar- point them to the stage and they take
writing, and Softball. Her main vin and Judy Brown of Starke. Both care of the rest.", according to & LOUNGE
areas of interest are sports and of the boys like tennis and participating Coach Stanley Crawford, who has 0
science. Julie says the Hlgh-Q program in the High-Q program. coached the High-Q team for several ''OO< 801 N. Temple Ave. StarkeIS
is "helpful in many ways and Jody offers his zeal of history and years. If your son or daughter is in-
includes facts that have influencedour state capitals to the team, whereas terested in the High-Q program,con-
lives." Jason is helpful with geography and tact him at the High School at NOW UNDER
Stephen Akridge 11, is the son of sports. Both relate that the High-Q
Emmett Akridge of Starke and Nan- program helps them with their
cy Akridge of Lake Butler. A studies. Jason adds that"it intellec- New OwnershipCome
regular church-goer, Stephen's tually broadens your learning 9646092.Wrl
knowledge of the Bible is helpful, capacity."
along with his expertise in math and Chris Powell, a sophomore, is the floii Celebrate with
Us Our
computers. As a three year veteran son of Bill and Vicki Powell of V: During
High-Q team player, Stephen has us- Starke. His hobbies include comic
ed the team to make new friends at collecting, drawing, movie-
the other conference schools. watching, and general trivia. Last
Lisa Blalock, captain and a junior, year's Junior varsity MVP, Chris Dinner Show... GRAND OPENINGSATURDAY
is the daughter of Lisa Wilkinson of relates that "High-Q"is a unique Starke Elementary School chorus
Lawtey and Wayne Wilkinson of academic experience.
dinner show "Ye Ole
will a
present
Starke. Lisa's hobbies include Jonathon Rowe, a sophomore, is
writing, hat collecting, and movie the son of Kathy Tye of Starke and Fashioned Christmas". tonight DECEMBER 7
(Thursday, Dec. 5)
trivia. Lisa's superior knowledge of Jery Rowe of Keystone Heights.2nd A night dinner-show is ,
the writings of William Shakespeareand year player Jonathan enjoys water- Friday For additional In-
also scheduled.

backbone English for the history High-Q provide team's suc-the skiing Ricky and Smith hunting., a sophomore, is the formation 964-6091.contact Tickets the are school$5 for officeat adults OPEN 4'P.M. TIL ????

cess. Lisa adds that in High-Q, you son of Jimmy and Linda Smith of under 12.
children
and $2.50 for
get to meet a great group of "elec- Starke. Ricky is a first-year player
showtime at
whose hobbies include fishing, comic Dinner is at 6:30: p.m., I IFfiEE
tric people. 7:30. L Live Music from "The Source" 7.11 p.m.
"" book and books.Ricky's .
collecting,
,.,._ .r. ?Michael Davie a Junior,is the son
of Richard and Donna Davie.of ', expertise In .astronomy Chamber Mixer... I l< tnw
Starke.Mike' hobbles Include surfs greatly helps the team In that area. : '-
r ing and sal n' g. Mike helps the teamwith ..... Joy Vellenga. a sophomore, is the The next Chamber of Commerce" ,:I i Ili /
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his knowledge "in science, daughter of Phillip 'and MarilynVelllenga Mixer will be Tuesday, Dec. 10,
geometry, and the Bible. Unfor- of Brooker. Joy, like from 5:30: to 7 p.m. at Allen's Office/ FOOD
tunately, Mike believes that the Jason and Jody, plays tennis and en- Supplies on Call Street.
world's worst jokes are told by HighQ joys reading and writing. A special feature will be a visit
coach Stanley Crawford. Michael Blalock, a freshman, is from Santa.
Shaun Schmidt, a junior,is the son Lisa's brother. A first-year player, &
of Dr. John and Verna Schmidt of Mike enjoys collecting "Hot White Elephant'Sale...
Starke,avid of the HighQ Wheels" cars. Mike adds his
supporters
A White Elephant Sale is tomor-
knowledge of sports and world
In his third Shaun
program. year row (Friday, Dec. 6) at the Senior
geography to the team.
music and Shaun'sareas
enjoys camping. Center behind the Bradford County fw FREE
of expertise are mathematics, Shawna Blom, a freshman, is the courthouse.
science, and music history. Coach daughter of Martha and Jimmy Anyone with items to donate is
Crawford asserts that Shaun is the Epps of Starke. Although a asked to call Peggy Barnett, Center
most improved player on the team freshman, Coach Stanley Crawford
director, phone 964-4545, for free /
and () forward to working expects that Shawna will probablybe pickup. BEER .
with Lisa and Shaun next year. an important force on the High-Q f .

Bloodmobile... WHILE IT LASTS

Paul Jenkins Home The Civitan Regional bloodmobile '
will be in Bradford County this I
Tuesday, Dec. 10.
It will first stop at Surplus Property ALL DRINKS &
on US-301 South from 9-10
Burns In a.m., then move to the Chamber of-
Lawtey fice at Walnut and Madison Streetsin '

p.m.Starke from 11 a.m. until 5:30: g1L'i'\ ATHAPPY

The Paul Jenkins home on SR-225 wishing to donate clothing or other
east in Lawtey and its contents were supplies can contact the BHS Field Square Dance... HOUR

completely destroyed by fire early House at 964-6470. There is a square dance the first
The Jenkins' block and wood
Tuesday morning, Dec. 3.
Saturday of month at the
Jenkins Is the father of Bradford residence was fully involved with Lake every Civic Center.
High running back Clinton Jenkins, flames when the Lawtey Correctional Kingsley The next square dance is Saturday PRICES
who has gained over 1,000 yards this Institution Volunteer Fire Dec. 7.
year.Bradford. Department arrived at 3:53: a.m.,ac- annual
The group is going to the
High students and,the cording Jerry Higginbotham of O'Lena dance.The
football coaches are pitching in to LWCI. The City of Lawtey VFD and first Camp Saturday square of the month ) COME JOIN US
supply the Jenkins with their needs, the Heilbron Springs VFD also Lake dances will
Kingsley square
says Coach David Hurse. Anybody responded.The resume in December: HAVE A BALL!

5:30 p.m., covered dish supper ,
6:30 p.m. workshop.
Lawtev 8 p.m., mainstream square
dance.
dean of the city commission, Caller: Ken Perez. .. '
(from page IA) Robert Scott, 71, who is completinghis "Ii CLIP THIS COUPON B .. B B B .
but out when her 22nd year on the council,also did natural
dropped employ-- Stuffed crab meat in a .
ment situation changed. Clerk not draw opposition. Crab & fish crab shell, golden-brown fish
Laura Har-
Mayor-Commissioner '
Shuford is retiring after 12 years in
office. ris and Commissioner Emmett fillet french fries& hush PUppy
Strong's election gives the councila Bright were not up for reelectionthis : Boat $1.99 : :

black majority Strong, Emmett year. DI N E fOR Captain Ds

Bright and Robert Scott, and the a Off."I.o.c.12." 191.5 Not good with' onyolt1er .
town a black clerk,Anderson,for the Lunch Menus special di count tot pamcipoiing copt o A) A great little seafood place.
first time in history.Strong ran once CLIP THIS COUPON B B B 1Crab / .e.
before for the council and lost by one Dec. 9-13 B B B B B B
vote to Wayne Massey, Bradford Elem.&Middle School Stuffed crab meat in'a natural n

Veteran Commissioner Marvin' MesdayChllw/been: ,crackers,cabbage $1 99 &Fish crab sheD, golden-brown fish ',
Rosier did not seek re-election to the peaches,cinnamon milk. .
Group 1 council seat, setting up the Tuesday beau,strawberry: ChIcken shortcake nuggets. french,blaculu fries milk.Erven H $1.99'fillet, french (fries & hush puppy-
between Strong and Wilkerson. Boat
race Wednesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, -e se
Getting a free ride this time is .Ux.garden salad,apple crisp hot moat,milk. Dfe"
Police Chief M.M. (Butch) Jordan, Ttmr.dayt Fig In the blanket baked bean dh ;,i.;;".Doe.12,1S5- Not good with ony other JT **** .
47,who has served 24 years,which is celery Friday 4 Hamburger carrot ilix fruit on bun cup, lettuce cookie,ft milk.tomato, Bl I special' or discount(pomcipmingcopi D'* A great little seafood place.,1B

law more enforcement years than official any other In the elected coun- buttered corn,fruit Jello cookie milk. The.Crab & Fish Boat B B BB B CLIP THIS COUPON B B B B B 0

ty. Bradford High School Stuffed crab meat in a natural l .

Monday cinnamon Chill roll milk.crackerl, garden -salad, pears, 'Crab & Fish crab shell, golden-brown fish J

TMtdayt Com dogs, macaroni *epee a, green BQ
fillet french fries & hush
bear,peach,cookie,milk.. Just the right amount..at just the right price! puppy.
Weds edays Fried chicken,rice*gravy,mixed Boat$1.99
I FEEL 1 vegetable, fruit cup.coconut cake" biscuits, Tender crab meat and stuffing inside a natuial CaptainDfe: I .

DIZZY milk Taanday, : Pizza, buttered corn,cabbage slaw, crab shell, a golden-brown fish fillet, plus r.=' rs_:,-. -;.Not good im' any other .
brownie milk. 'natural-cut french fries and a Southern- Lep[ ;oS:o,, oUi.'JTportcipot.ng copi fret A great little seafood pIace.*

DeQ cookie Friday,milk.Whaler on bun French fries,applesauce. style hush puppyCaptain. R B B B B B CLIP THIS COUPON B B B B Bl .

.., / A-la-carte ... /- O Stuffed crab meat in a natural !

,. Monday. Pizza trench frlea, milkshakes, barn.bur. LlclDOt Fish crab sheD, gokiet -brown fish JjlB I
The of the fish of ....,O.J. fillet french fries & "hush
eyee four-eyed TMeJajriCheeaeburgen, pliia, mllkahakea, D&A puppy.
Central and South America ere OJ.,franco frlea.Weaawaeayt. BoatL99
most unusual. Those fish swim on French: frlea. OJ., eoradoga, ",
the surface of the water.The upper chicken nuggets,plus,mllkahakea.nendayi Captain '
Hamburger,comdoga, trench MM, little seafood placc. jji._.' '' 'it,.' TV IJaU Mot OOOd Wdrt OftV Oltl half of their adapted for .pWeI
eye ere milkshakes. .O.J. great ft ipeclotordneourt(olpamcipoilogCapl.t)'... A great little Seafood plaCC. *
half for .
'se.ing' In air the lower Friday C ndogs, O.J., milkshakes, franco
eeelng In water. frlea plzu. B B B B B B CLIP THIS COUPON B B B B B HB
.Gch day students have 1 choice of a hot lunch '
or iliad bar or they may purchase hla-carW. '





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I Council Approves Plans for New Auto Parts Store on U.S. 301' "

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I j A site plan for a new White Auto' White Auto Parts of 'Gainesville tation, which is necessary because't".'parent low bidder on a 20 cubic yard p.m. in the old RJE high School. the city personnel plan from 1981..
, Parts Store on US-30r between currently has five stores, and is expanding US-301 a federal highway. "r,capacity rear loading truck was ,
i Western Auto and Terwillegar Realty said Howell. '1-,- Gary Massey Chevrolet of Finally adopted a Fair Housing Refused to take action
was conditionally Condition Commissioner In other Dec. 3 council U Gainesville at $39,189. The six bids on part-
action the
approved Tues- placed on Ordinance, which will give the city time help to into all
day night, Dec 3, by Starke Crosby's motion that the ranged to$47,500. put one package
I commissioners Jimmy was up an additional 100 points on the Com- the action relating to city polices set
site plans be approved by the city'sengineers munity Development Block Grant by various city councils the
Construction on the new auto Darts Bessent, Hammock & Took bids for a new garbage The new van purchased by the ci- application. past 20-odd "I don't over
.- store 'Is set to beginin January, Ruckman of Jacksonville.The truck under consideration, turning ty Recreation Department has arrived somebody years. care what"
Robert Howell of White's Auto Parts city's approval was required them over to Commissioner Vernon Commissioner Travis Woods Was told repairs on leaking said Commissioner promised 20 years ago,
told the commissioners. A 40 by 80 before the site plan can be submittedto Silcox and Utility Department Supt. reported.A sewarage lines on US-301 north at meaning the policies Jimmy that count Crosby,
foot buildings is of Ts-.., ..nr. Merrill Dees for evaluation ; are
planned the state Department Ap-: Andrews Street will be complete, the ones currently On the books by
second and final public hearingon and paving replaced by Friday. the present Council. Atavorite saying
the city's application for a Community is that elected
one
! New Dental Clinic to Start Here in BradfordLessening Development Block Grant Assigned Clerk Neil Tucker and be bound to carry out policies body cannot set by
was set for Thursday Dec. 12, at 7 Utility Supt. Merrill Dees to update previous bodies.

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the fear children All children
that Start Program. are Each Tuesday the children are ,
have of dental treatment is the goalof scheduled to receive free dental bused from Lake Buller and Starke
a joint effort between the University treatment at the University of to the University of Florida for den COMPUTACOLOR +
of Florida Dental Clinic and the Florida Dental Clinic. tal care. One local friendly fact-An-1 : nY 14 PORTRAIT" FREE '
Bradford Head Start Center. Many children are dreadfully thony Franklin, a Lawtey boy,. .; *
The UF Dental Clinic is currently afraid of the dentist, Mrs. Jenkins assists in screening fillings,cleaning '
conducting a project to learn how to points out.To participate in the Den- and doirg required follow-up work : f with purchase of our complete picture package 4
reduce children s fear of dentists tal Fear Project would mean that on all students ;;,', ;1,
and dental treatment, according to the children would be videotaped, V< f FEATURING NEW. PACKAGE ONLY *
Head Start Director Jessie Jenkins. their pulse rate would be monitored, Mrs. T.L. Williams, health coordinator CONSISTS OF:
The project is sponsored jointly by and the child would be asked to for the Head Start Program 4 Color 8 10's $3.00 deposit 4
the Department of Community Den- answer some simple questions about which is sponsored by the Northeast 2. x and$15.95due
tistry, Pediatric Dentistry and their dental visit. Parents have been Community Action Agency I 2. Color 5 x 7's at time of 1
Clinical Psychology. Paul E. Green- reassured that there is absolutely no (NFCAA) and Dr. Gaskins of the UK and
baum, Ph.D, is the director of this risk or discomfort that the child wit Dental Clinic coordinate the SIT, a Wallet size deliveryplus +
special project as part of the Head experience because of the project. vices. 8 tax .


Public Boat f ft fI y r,- Groups add $1 per person *4

I Ramp... from IA) -- 1 Poses Our Choice Please
pale I -
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Commissioners asked if receiving Sampson Lake who are pointing to for the boat permit to DEK, which u j 4
I the property after the fact of the fill the former Odom, now county land, will refcr a copy of it to the Corps of p NO PACKAGE LIMIT
project made any difference. No, now owned by the county. Sampson Engineers, said Ernest Frey, DEK: 4
said Evans, the responsibility for the Lake residents are asking why the district manager. Though it .is one Christmas Scene
fill project falls on the county since it county isn't having to remove the fill application it must be approv.dseparatt'ly + 4
has accepted ownership of the pro- material, he said. by DEB and the Corps of (Portraits will be shown on Dec. 23rd) TUESDAY +
perty. The DER party said it also wants Engineers December 10th
Fns: said he's been trying to the fill removed, and the restoration tf
tar. dom remove the fill for must be done under a consent order Attending the meeting with the Sears 10:30: 5:00: +
so".ial months. Now, he's going from DER. The order will tell the commissioner from DEK were
through the same procedure with the county the demensions of the area Ernest Frey, the district manager 4 Starke, Florida 4
county. Bradford County assumes from which fill must be removed. from Jacksonville; Michael J. Fit/- v ., f-
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the violation if it takes the property, Commissioners and the government Simmons, head of the Enforcement
Evans said.However. environmentalists visited the site Section for the Jacksonville
Evans said he's been Monday where the commissionerswere District; Stepahanie Wilson, of the
with the of shown the area from which the permitting section in DEK's
Corps Engineers long
enough to know the Corps will look fill is to be removed. They agreed to Jacksonville District, and Victor Let Santa Bring Your Favorite PersonA

favorably on an application for a remove the fill by the end of Cole, who oversees dredge and fill
boat ramp. January.The applications for DEK's Jacksonville
Evans said he has other cases on county' may make application District. 5 ) at for Christmas -


I Tornado Talk USED RIGS


Fishing Sport
I By Michelle Hall Swill's room. All members are en- the BHS b induce Oil'ice. The cost! is
couraged to attend. If you are in- $4 per ticket. There is no reserved

I ,We Invite Info... terested in becoming a member, at- seating, only general admission. USED ENGINES
tend and contact
a meeting join or a
If you would like information Key Club officer. More Pep...
71/2 HP to 125 HP
printed in Tornado Talk about your There will be a Pep Rally Bonfire
club or organization, write down the SIGI... tonight at the football field beginn-
information and place in the box The Santa Fe Community College ing at 7 p.m. Admission is free and
labelled Tornado Talk in the SIGI Computer Terminal is back in everyone is invited to attend, so
mailroom located in the front office. operation. SIGI has a program of come on out and support our team.
The deadline for this to be in is every guidance that students may use to

Monday afternoon.Congratulations.. help them make decisions about Congratulations.) ..
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plans for the future. For an appoint- Congratulations to the Tornadoeson
... ment, see Mr. Whalen in the Com- their victory over Inverness. The
Congratulations to Lori Sapp whom puter Lab.Spanish. game was very tense as it went into 4 Is
,competed in the Athletes Congress overtime. At the end of the game,
I 1 jU.S. National Cross-country cham- Club... .the Tornadoes had defeated Jn'erness'147. '

I ....,.. ,. Aj0SonshiDs..last Friday at Meridith This year the Spanish Club. Is/; .,- : This Friday'- ,t ......, r'Ml&PIh.I.c'-wt// r,.. ,hA eA Lrffdv4m> r '", s1I
9 qjblleg ht'Ralelgh, N6mrC' rt>lMtt 'ep frS(t'iRtr.baonald Reagan. Hit*?Wvith TaUahass! Is the only pTaWFgame
(r-- Lori ran the very hilly, muddy goals for this year are to help sendas to go before the state;enam-,
course, a distance of 3.1 miles in 20 many students as possible to pionship game. Good luck, Tornadoes -
minutes and 5 seconds. The weatherwas Spain this summer, to increase !!!
cold and rainy. This placed her awareness of the ever demandinguse
18th in her age group (14-19) which of foreign language, and to sendstudents Tougher As We Go...
included college freshmen and to Georgia Southern to participate That's Coach Jerry Kaminski's
sophomores. Lori competed with a in the Oratorical Competi- opinion. When asked about his feel-
group sponsored by the Florida tions. ings on tomorrow night's game
Track Club of Gainseville and as a The 1985-85 Spanish Club officersare against Tallahasee,Coach Kaminski -
I team they finished 3rd in the nation. : Bernard Baez, president; replied; "The games will be tougheras Griffis & Son
I For this she received a Bronze Karen Larsen, vice-president; San- we go along(/: in the playoffs.
Medal. Congratulations,Lori,on the dy Rowan, secretary, and Shannon our work cut
i fine performance. Abrams, assistant secretary. out for us; offensively,we're just go. Fiberglass
ing to have to score points."
Bus...
Book Drive... Pep
There will be a Pep Bus going to Total Team Effort... 964-4461
The Key Club is having aChildren's the football game in Tallahassee this That's what it takes to make it to .
If have
Book drive. 9645531Hey
you Friday evening, Dec. 6. The cost to the top, according to Coach Mike
any children's books you would like ride the bus is$5 which must be paid Sexton. When asked what has made 3 Miles North on U.S. 301N
donate them in the box
to drop
when sign The bus will leave the team far it has Coach
you up. go as as ,
located in the BHS front office. Any
books donated are greatly ap- the school at approximately 4 p.m. Sexton replied; "Offensively, experience Mom! Get Him One of Those FiberglassTool
on Friday afternoon and return is the main element that
preciated. Saturday morning between 2 a.m. has brought us to the top. Defensively Boxes for His Truck/
and 3 a.m. You must also purchasea ,we don't have one key play we depend
Key Clubbers... ticket to the game and be prepared;: on. It's total team effort"
Our meetings are held every Tues to purchase food. Tickets are on sale
day from 6 p.m. to 7:15: p.m. in Miss between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. in 1i!: :2!{; s k'f J ,.i 4 11 ;j





Anniversary Speciali ,.


CASH or only $270.10 '"

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Bradford County's own I a a M 1tttCHfN: .. Only 270.10 per month for be Installed by Jim Waller Homes.C .

o tN1N 20 (NOT 30) years. Tfoull pay .Complete outside finished (No walks
us. 01..11' with ) Pier andIEoaoq
Doyle Conner for home completely driveways or landscaping.
'" 14 precast base foundation Double floors
M only 240 monthly payments.NO .
Complete wiring to local codes All
Commissioner of Agriculture. '0.. ,.%. \ DOWN PAYMENT. plumbing Including kitchen and bath
your $p For our 40th Anniversary we are offering with tub and shower All walls finished
this month our beautiful 3 Bedroom with wallboard ready to be painted
Welcomes to Tallahassee built .Sheathing under siding.Insulated with
you 1 Oxford model home on your
/c \ property 90% complete for this 3W walls and floor R 1 11...6"ceiling R 19apoPA
'S.1 unbelievably low price. No this Is IOJ! ( a .All inside doors and trim
I and invites .
you G 6EDa0OM. "Shell" home...ltb 90% complete Forced air heat by TVane
'. Including forced air heat by Trane. All
to attend an tEpappM 0.1 that left for you to do Is to install floor Financing 10% Fixedcovering
of your choice, paint Interior annual percentage rate
walls and trim,connect to outside
1 OPEN HOUSE J 1 utilities and move In. for' this and all other models.AT .

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North Georgian Finds His 'Roots'Deep' in Bradford County after Long Search I If


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:I After year of steady searching, Involving eluding many members of the Andrews listened
to the young girl's story and took
hundreds of distance '
long telephone'
I and Reddish families, in and around
her in
I calls and many miles of travel, Lemuel H. Stranger r Starke. birth of as a "housekeeper", awaiting the .
her child.
modgie, Stockmar who spent the first 48I ?
I years of his life without known blood rela- The story begins 37 years ago when Soon thereafter, Mrs. Wollstein brought
tions, has finally found his "roots" In Than Dod le's mother-to-be left Bradford County the young mother back to Lawtey where
Bradford County. with a bus ticket for as far as she could she had been making her home with an

The story reads somewhat like a detec-- travel, using all the money she possessedat aunt and uncle, the Rudolph Thedes The
that time. The ticket took her to Rome
tive novel but it's all true and to baby temporarily with the
a remained
came ,,?
bus and
Fiction Ga., where she left the chanced to Wollsteins. could Jj
gratifying end when Dodgie was united but not be adopted ry ,
meet Mrs. Richmond Wollstein who lived
last week with a host of relatives, In- because of Jewish religious doctrine. t
nearby the bus station. Mrs. Wollstein n
The young mother's real father, Walter
Langford of Lake Butler, had taken his '
EDITORIALS own life with a pistol shot on June 10, 1919 1, ''- r a'',,";
after returning home in January from a 1n' ,

overseas service in World War I. His wife,
Mamie Reddish Langford, had died after t

an operation for appendicitis, just two ,, '
a months before his suicide.

Dodgie, as the baby boy was later
...r nicknamed, was early adopted by Mr. and
Mrs. A.H. Stockmar of Villa Rica, a small
city 25 miles west of Atlanta on Interstate
; 20. He early-on showed a great interest in

aviation,earning his student pilot's licenseat
16. He now operates his own airport and
pilot service which he started in 1940 and
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presently plans to expand.

yIT Dodgie's foster mother, Mrs. Stockmar,
died of injuries in an automobile accident

in 1965, and his foster father died in Marchof

1974, leaving him devoid of any family

connections, except his own wife and step-
children.It .

was not until the fall of 1984 that Happy Endingand Beginning -

Dodgie began a determined effort to
discover who his natural parents were, as I.. II. "Dodgie" Stockmar of Villa Rica Ga., greets his relative, Guy Andrews -
The accident that shouldn't have happened... well as other living relatives. after arriving in Starke last week In a successful conclusion to his long
search to find his "roots" In Bradford County
This tangled wreckage Is all that remained of the car in which four lives were lost on Highway The search began soon after Mrs. Wolls-

100 South of Starke... victims of a 76.000-pound tractor-trailer piloted by a driver who admittedlyhad tein, now past 90 years of age, called and Based this
a drinking problem as well as a long record of traffic violations, including speeding. DUI asked him to come to her home in Rome. on meager information,, It was not until February of this year

leaving scene of accident, driving on wrong side of road, and failure to show up in court to pay Always a faithful friend of Louise, she had calls Dodgie to began the offices his marathon of long distance..! that Dodgie learned that his mother was
'j fines. His license to drive had been "permanently"> suspended or revoked In Florida, Texas, kept the story from Dodgie for 48 years. attorneys and physicians married and living in Hurst, Texas at the
fJ Oklahoma and Iowa, and yet. somehow, he"fell through the cracks" of law enforcement and was Realizing that her time was now limited, in this area. His lucky break came! time of her death in 1979. Through school
still behind the wheel of a death-dealing truck while "under the influence". In this age of com- and knowing that all the principals in the when one call put him in touch with a longtime records he found that he has a half brother

I puterized driving records every state,the wonder Is how this tragedy could happen but It did. tangled tale were now dead, she felt the who is office nurse, Marian Long of Starke,I in San Diego, Calif., and a half sister, married
now employed at the DuPont Com
time had come to reveal to Dodgie the and living in Burleson, Texas.
story of his beginnings. Now he could begin pany Clinic. Mrs. Long was very helpful! He hasn't had the pleasure of meeting
and spent much time during the
what must have seemed at the time past year them but since he's avid he
; Four Deaths Too High a Price a gathering information about family con yet, an pilot,
hopeless quest. nections that Dodgie could piece together might just make a flying trip to Texas and

h The only slim clue on which to base his successfully.The California during the Christmas holidays
search information! and add more relatives to the many new
was some vague !>
f To Pay for DrunkenessReprinted Wollstein had given him concerning her tip about the "doctor's son" proved acquaintances he and his attractive wife,
with aunts when she Faye, made at a cordial family gathering
meeting two broughthis unfounded, but based on his findings,
t and cookout at the home of Drew and Ada
mother back to Bradford "
County Dodgie is now 99 percent sure" that his
( from the Gainesville Sun, December 1, 1985) almost 50 years ago. One of the aunts, Mrs. natural father was a student at the Univer- Reddish. The group included Guy Andrews

Wollstein said, was Ola Reddish Thede, sity of Florida, in the same class as the a second cousin, and seven 'thirdcousin"
deceased and the other identified Thedes' who Reddish brothers and their
now was son, have introducedhim
may
Gary Taylor used a 76,000 pound tractortrailerrig of service becauseof families.
being immediately pulled out
.only as a "lawyer" whose husband was to Louise. This student later became a
to snuff out four lives on a Bradford County defective brakes, poor tires and other equip- also was an attorney. Mrs. Wollstein said prominent agriculturist-banker in the Dodgie was overjoyed with his warm
road last Last week Circuit Court
July. Judge ment problems. that the young known locally as Homestead area, and died in a 1971 acci- reception in Starke and his new-found
R.A. Green took motherd
off the toad
him Taylor in indefinitely, According to the federal Department of Louise Thede \\cated the child's dent when the vehicle in which he was relatives. "I wanted to know that I came
sentencing to 60 years prison. Transportation, the number of trucking accidents father was the son of a doctor, whose name riding overturned in a South Florida from good stock, he said, "and I feel now

Given Taylor's offense, the four 15-year consecutive increased by 18 percent from 1983 to 1984, the Mrs. Wollstein did not remember. drainage canal. that I couldn't have found better roots."

I sentences for manslaughter that Green largest hike since 1967. There are now an
handed down can't be considered unreasonable. estimated 37,200 truck-related accidents per year
Taylor had reportedly been drinking beer steadily occurring. Column
CountyAgent's I
between South Carolina and Florida. He had been By BobbyL.TaylorI've
The number of for-hire
1 trucking companieshas
: driving without sleep for some 36 hours.
doubled under deregulation, now totaling
a" Moreover, the man's driving record was a some 210,000 carriers, which put perhaps 1.3 had several calls about why evaluation and much more. The club will
Short Pecan
pecan Crop???
disgrace his license been federal start bi-monthly meetings in January and
having suspended or million trucks out on the road. Yet the production was so this We haveno
--- revoked in Florida.Texas, Oklahoma and Iowa Bureau of Motor Carrier Safety has just 130 definite answers poor but feel year.that it is will continue until the state 4-H land judg- J
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for a series of offenses ranging from speeding, Inspectors about onp inspector: ,for; each 10,000 I related to' unusual weather conditions Vegetable Grower Marketing ing contest in late Spring. Mr. Ken
driving under the Influence, leaving the scene of trucks. The BMCS only conducts a handful'01 inspectioneayearandsorpgpithpspae before and during the: growing 'Meeting Set for ; Morgan. SCS District Conservationist and
season. Dec'lJ'r..t r -,. Mr. Darrell Leach SCS Soil Scientist
I an accident driving on the wrong sideof the road ; ( / announced know : will
We
I /aat we have had hard freezes
and failing to show up In'court to pay' fines. No beforehand." J' r in 'December, I9b3"asIii January, 1985;' *''""s'mal In an effort tuprovjc :.&lqcalmprjygt for:,IJf'J serve as project lea erII. 9outtouc Ex-
i matter how many years of jail time Taylor and cdriimerthal veget ble growers tension office at S64-628o7ext.' 209 if you
A Miami Herald investigation into These should not have affected the
trucking
I ultimately does, his history suggests that he pecan in the Starke-Lawtey area, a meeting witha have an interest or questions.
safety regulation. found that heavy trucks are tree because it is deciduous and should broker and State Farmers Market Per
: should never, ever be allowed behind a wheel twice as likely to be involved in fatal accidents as have been completely dormant at that sonnel planned for Tuesday, Dec. 17. The Plant Cold Protection
againand not the driver of
18-wheeler engaged certainly In Interstate as an automobiles and three times as likely as all other time. Our weather that was unusual and meeting will be at 7:30: p.m. in the Covering materials such as cloth,
hauling. modes of travel combined. In 1982, 12 times as could have affected our crop this year was Agriculture Building on North 301 in polyethylene plastic and paper can be usedto
Still, now that Justice has been dispensed to many people died in truck-related accidents as in that it was extremely dry in late spring, Starke. Anyone interested in growing and reduce frost injury to cold sensitive

t Gary Taylor, a question lingers: Why was a man accidents involving commercial airlines. and extremely wet during late summer marketing a variety of vegetables is in- vegetables, shrubs and flowers. Covers

I. with a driving record like his even engaged in the The Herald also found that a majority of the and early fall. vited to attend.LandJudging. that extend to the ground and are not in
business of pushing big rigs cross country? Or trucking that were inspected failed to These are conditions that cause the contact with plant foliage can lessen cold
i more to the point, why did four people have to die pass basic companies federal safety audits. Yet the average pecan to not fill properly early, and then 4-11 Club injury by reducing radiant heat loss from
before it was finally possible for society to pull someone fine levied for safety defects amounted to only absorb too much water later. This resultsin the plant and ground. Foliage in contact
I like Taylor off the road? about $19. What's more, fully three out of four what we call pecan drop with very few, Now Being OrganizedAny with the cover is often injured because of

I At least a partial answer to that question is that, trucking firms have never undergone a safety if any, pecans reaching maturity.My youth 8-18 years of age is invited to heat transfer from the foliage to the colder
suggestion is to take the weather in join a Hiland judging club. The A bulb under
since 1980, when Congress deregulated the trucking audit. organizational cover. light a cover is a sim-
industry the federal has all but stride and continue to manage and care for meeting will be held at 3:30: p.m. ple method of providing heat to ornamental -
I. abdicated its, enforcement government of Although the state of Florida does a pretty trees in the best way possible. From a Tuesday, Dec. 17 at the 4-H Office in the plants when the temperature drops

1 against truckers. And safety states regulations have good job enforcing weight restrictions against cultural standpoint, what you do to your Agriculture Building in Starke. Club below freezing. It is necessary to remove
to pick although those some trucksall the better to save wear and tear on the pecan tree one year affects the productionthe members will learn soil identification, soil plastic covers during a sunny day to pre-
attempted up regulatory respon- roadsits ability to clamp down on other safety classificiations for best
sibilities have next year. use, homesite vent heat damage to the plant.
they by and large, not done so ef violations is limited. The Herald, for instance,
.
I fectively.And found that three out of four truck-related accidents -

the government's abdication as safety en- in Florida involved trucks that were from People People
forcer over that industry does not bode well for other states. Forestry in Bradford County

American motorists who are driving increasingly I As Washington Monthly writer Kitry Krause By David W. Norton Bradford Co. Forester
i smaller and lighter automobiles and who must Movement DiscussedAt
points out in his article, the government's failure
share the public highways with truckers comman- How to Pick Your Christmas
to enforce safety regulations is becoming more Tree
ding increasingly longer heavier and
larger com
serious trucks and
as begin hauling more more Club
mercial .
rigs."Congress Rotary
shipments of hazardous wastes, chemicals and Where I came from-- "YankeeCountry" How do you know if a tree is fresh? Giveit
totally missed safety as a consideration other materials. He pointed out that, these days, a popular Christmas tradition a tug, pinch, and drop test. Gently tug
in deregulation," Cliff Harrison director of four billion tons of hazardous materials "People to People", a worldwide
some a
each year,was going to the woods and cut- the needles and see if any pull off the tree.
to advance the
organization of Inter-
the National Tank Truck Carriers Association, year are being transported by truck. ting our own tree. The day that we wouldgo Then bend a single needle in half by pin- national cause
friendship, was described at the
told the magazine Washington Monthly In. its recent Trucking accidents, even those which involve to cut our own tree was a day that I ching it between your forefinger and Starke Rotary Club last week by Judge
article
I The "Toxic of Chemicals" and 18-Wheelers: toxic materials, are not spectacular as airline always looked forward to. thumb. It shouldn't break. Finally, pick Harold Clark of Jacksonville, an active
I Dangers Deregulation. crashes," Krause wrote. "To date, a'relativelysmall has the idea of the tree up about a foot off the ground and worker in! the organization.Now .
i I He added, "Every time an industry spokesperson number of people have died each year as the Only recently cutting let it drop on its base, needles will not fall

i mentioned safety (legislators) thought we result of truck accidents, and few public interest your Even own though tree most become of this a reality county in is Florida.loaded off if the tree is fresh. established in 156 cities around the

were trying to protect our cartel.! groups have put truck safety high on their agen- with pine trees and woods where you may After buying the tree, saw off about an world, People to People grew out of a

I There is a growing body of evidence to point to das. Because few on the Hill (Congress) have con- be able to cut a natural tree down, many of inch of the base. This will remove the clot- meeting of prominent business leaders in-
i the conclusion that, as the trucking industry has nected economic deregulation with the need for the young trees are' not acceptable as ted resins and will allow the tree to absorb vited to the White House in 1956 by Presi-
become more competitive- more prone to cut better enforcement of safety requirements, Con- Christmas trees. I bet there are a lot of water when you put it in the holding stand. dent Dwight Eisenhower to form an
gress is failing to take preventive steps before we organization of citizens dedicated to the
corners for the sake of economygovernment ladies around who would agree with me,
safety regulation has become more and more In- get a Bhopal on wheels. when I say this. When you get the tree home, place its pursuit of world peace.

adequate. As a result, traveling the highways has A few states, like Illinois, have begun to beef up base in a bucket of water and lean it out-
become an increasingly risky proposition. their enforcement efforts against truckers. If you want a nicely formed, wellshapedtree doors against the house for a while to allowit Judge Clark said that Eisenhower
Con- for Christmas, it takes about 3 to 4 to regain its shape (trees could
Florida should follow suit. More importantly, smashed believed if people, by the millions,
Consider: gress should insist that the Reagan administration years of pruning, shearing, and fertilizingto tightly packed and often get out reach out in friendship and communicate
Drivers being get a tree in this condition. Nature likesto of shape). Inside, select a spot that will bea
are encouraged to speed and to abandon its laissez faire attitude toward the directly with other nations, they would
spend more time behind the wheel and less time trucking industry and begin to take its enforce- grow her timber tall and straight, not place the tree away from heat or air condi- powerful force for peace at the
resting up in motel rooms. But although safety ment responsibilities seriously. very bushy, and only a few branches. But tioning sources (fireplace, vent, television, grassroots, as distinct from official
regulations restrict drivers to no more than 70 now there are a few places within a day's etc.) Be sure it doesn't block an exit .path governmental diplomatic contacts. The
hours on the road every eight days, there is almostno It shouldn't be necessary for a trucker with a drive where you can go and cut your own from the house. speaker described some of his experiences
to enforce that long list of driving offenses to have to kill four people fresh Christmas tree. of different cultures in
way requirement any more. A tree that is kept moist will not becomea among peoples
And it has been estimated that 90 percent of all before someone in authority decides heshouldn't brag about Christmas fire hazard, and it will not deposit prickly foreign lands, and expressed belief that
Florida
should cannot
be the road. Nor pulling un-
truck accidents are a result of driver error whichis on needles on the floor. President Eisenhower was right.
usually caused by fatigue. safe rigs off the highway be a catchascatchcanmatter. trees as popular as some of the northern

American motorists deserve some varieties some folks are accustomed to, The best tip that a safety minded An important part of the People to People
One survey found that one out of three trucks, asurance that, as they drive about in their but our native species such as Red cedar forester can give you is be careful and en- concept is the High School Student Am-
which were randomly inspected on the highwaysin smaller, lighter autos, they are not to be con- Virginia pine and Sand pine can stand up joy the holidays. bassador Program that sends 1,500"
1983, was in such poor condition as to warrant sidered fair game for a renegade industry. to most of those northern trees on any carefully selected students overseas each

given day. The best thing is that Florida summer, making contacts in 30 foreign

Starke and Bradford County have more than a casual Interest in Christmas trees will be fresh, and you can countries. Each student lives about two
cut it Dodging Potholes
to
guarantee this by going yourself.If weeks with families in several different
,
ire': the strengthening of safety rules and regulations for the trucking In- you would like more information of Sometimes TOO MUCH! countries.

.,!.:. dustry. U.S. 301, cutting a wide path from one end of the county to the where you can cut your own tree, please
other and passing directly through the heart of Starke, is recognized give me a call at 964-6280 (ext. 219). Editor, Telegraph: There is also a Civilian Ambassador

as carrying higher percentage of trucks than most highways or In regard to shopping at home: Program for special interest groups from
i If it is Impossible for you to cut your own the U.S. to travel abroad to meet their
i b even interstates in Florida. With many of these behemoths now carr tree few precautions when you Sometimes I shop at home at the Brad- counterparts In prearranged, meaningful
taking
:: rying tons of toxic chemicals and other potentially deadly materials purchase a tree a and while you have it in ford Square stores and take a chance on meetings and embassy briefings. "Each

,. through here daily the four recent truck-inflicted deaths are only a your home, can' make it safe and en- falling' in the many potholes, but 'year almost 2,000 doctors, lawyers,
sometimes I just drive on to Gainesville or farmers and other business and industry
sample of the holocaust that could occur in our midst. joyable.The Jacksonville. ,
groups travel to, exchange informationwith

key is choosing a fresh tree, and Pat Muse, Starke men and women on five continents,"

.. keeping it fresh throughout the holidays by Judge Clark said.
making sure it always remains moist.
Holding stands with water pans for the
ASE tree are available in most stores. Most

/f I ? 1 = if people don't realize that a good-sized tree
In a warm living room can drink as muchas
a gallon of water in a 24-hour period, so
I *- ii i ""*
check the water daily. This is the only z zz -
maintenance the tree-needs once it's in In 1918. at Bahla Felix, Chile, rain fell on all but 18 days of the year. An on those 18
In 1892 New York became the first state in the nation to authorize voting machines.. place. It drizzled 1





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The RJE Class of 1959 held
"" its 26th Reunion during the Tha'nksgivlng

r ,,,, ,... "'..':t's' Starke weekend.Armory.Activities began with a dinner and dance on Friday night at the

Among those returning for the reunion
were Robert Perry
". r- c S Washington, D.C., Alfred Hodge of Brooklyn, N.Y.,Joan Jenkins Hoffman of
lk :, of Fayetteville, N.C., James C. Williams of
Daytona Beach, James
t Diggs
I of Riviera Beach
Fla.
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Cocoa. Mary McGregor of Gainesville and I Enoch Allen oft

Sunday, class members attended services at Philadelphia
Baptist
Church In Lawtey where Rev Enoch Allen of Cocoa delivered an Inspirational -

I It i mie Scott message., Rosecell Local participants. Otto Williams Included,Jessie Willie Franklin Felton, John Jenkins W. ,Jim.
j ; Vera Coleman Adams Naomi ParkS, Eddie Holmes Kelly
[ Johnny Jackson, ana
: Lr'-i Leola Barber Holmes.j .
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Seated, left to right: John W. Kelly, Naomi Parks Riley. Otto Williams Standing: James Diggs. Alfred Hodge, Robert Perry, Johnny Jackson,
Vera Coleman Adams, and Jessie Franklin Jenkins. James C. Williams and Jimmie Scott.




American Legion Auxiliary Holding RAINBOW


4. Christmas Dinner Dec. 10The I I


American Legion Auxiliarywas 9645747. will be conducted from 9 a.m. to 3
honored at their Memorial Day Mrs. Toni Coss, President of the p.m. at the Legion Hall on Edwards
IJjG breakfast by speakers: Commander Auxiliary, placed the wreath of Road. Anyone wishing to give ar-
: :Rit Robert (Sandy) Sanderson, a Navy honor and memory for Post 56 at the ticles may do so from 3:30-4: p.m. F
pilot and a veteran of the Vietnam Memorial Day services held in frontof Commander Robert Brown or his
./ conflict and Rodney Stacey Social the Bradford County Memorial. representative will be on hand to ac
Worker for the Naval base home This was in memory of those who cept.Mrs.
J care located in the VA Medical sacrificed their all for the love of VI Stallings, who recently
Vy Center, Gainesville.Mr. their country.Regular won in 50-50 drawing donated the 14 Kf Cold Bonded Chain*
M meeting for the American $59.00 to the Auxiliary.Two .
it .t W Stacey gave a talk and slide Legion Auxiliary in December is finished lap robes were ., ..
t., Y presentation on the workings of the cancelled,replacing it will be the an- presented by Mr. and Mrs. George
organization. He stated that nual Christmas dinner on Dec. 10 at Stteh and Mrs. Edith Gowans. These '
volunteers are needed within a forty 7 p.m Members and guests are In- robes will be distributed to a ,
Navajo
e mile radius of the hospital to give vited to attend. The American Veteran's hospital in January. Widding'Bindi
emotional and/or respite care. Cur- Legion Post will provide the turkey Mrs. Virginia Ekard of Starke, a
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rently working in Starke are approx- and ham and the Auxiliary will do prospective membenf the Auxiliary -
imately three workers. If you can the cooking and bring covered was welcome. Coss
help, please leave your name and dishes.On and is expected to ..ated in
address with Mrs. Edith Gowans at Dec. 6 and 7 a rummage sale January.

;;Blai'' iutideRFingeile( ( ( | t"Glow*
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. ,. -r jw a B-U Retired... Teachers. '" _..........A Christmas..... ...a. 'Luncheon.... .., .. Dec. 19 at Center ? '' ''
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Bradford-Union tlred"s Teachers: ftfeny things*'I W take b 01'" agreed 'to continue'the newsletterand .
met Nov. 21 at the Senior Citizen granted reasonable health and to update the yearbook jf she be r r-- .. }1 1I 1i i"
Center in Starke where plans were strength, freedom to worship, to relieved of other duties previously
made for a Christmas covered dish speak to travel family friends and assigned.
luncheon to be held Dec. 19 at the many others. Hostesses were seleted and plans
Center. President Ruth Jenkins presidedover \ made for the remaining meetings of
Mrs. Mona Canova led the group the business session. Duties of the year.
w in singing the Beautiful' various committees were discussed The meeting was concluded with a
Mrs. Mamie Jo Douglas gave the and materials were given to poem "Do Your Best" read by Mrs. I : i
devotion for Thanksgiving by chairmen. Mrs.Muriel Norman Jenkins.tII Chunky"*WoodlNecklacii
reciting Psalm 100. She asked the -
question "Why should we be 1I
thankful"" She reminded the group 4
What's Next in God's Plan?? !/J


Homemakers Club Prophecy of End Times MessagesEVERY 1 1L .
Jelfy Bracelets 10 I
To Meet Dec. 12
1r-ni' SUNDAY NIGHT SERVICE '
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-- Bradford County HomemakersClub -
will meet Thursday Dec. 12, at FOR THE NEXT TWO MONTHS .
11 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Edna
Christmas Tree For Needy Children Wainwright. 7:00 PM I I

Sponsored By McDonald'sMcDonald's Bring a covered dish and small exchange -
gift. Community Bible Church
is helping to support the needy children of Bradford Countythis Super Special 1.50
Christmas through a special promotion called 'Pick An Angel'. 'Pick An Baptist FundamentalPratt $*& .wijri Angel' tree will be located in McDonald's. Cfolsjonr
and Christian Streets Dangr*
This tree will be decorated with a deserving child's name. By picking an SlngsplrotlonEmanuel
angel, you can make a child's Christmas special. Please return your child's Baptist Church invites Starke Florida ,
gift to McDonald's by December 15. the HEARI tipQ
public to attend a Singspiration 984-5522 ,
For further information, please call 964-8408. I
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Dec.
on Saturday 7 from 2 p.m. to.
Dinner on the grounds. Come and
,.. II sing or just enjoy the music. .
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omtngup Shara Tew

Herb BohannonTo

Hospital Auxiliary Tea Wed Dec. 14 Soul's Outreach MissionHampton
Friday Dec. 6 1Ii jfIJof
Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Tew of
The Bradford Hospital Auxiliarywill Lawtey announce the approaching (End of Florida Avenue)
hold its annual tea Friday Dec. marriage of their daughter Shara are fromMa
6, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Christine, to Herb Bohannon, son of *
Hospital library honoring the the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles ) HOMECOMING
hospital staff, doctors, directors and Bohannon of Gainesville.The DRESS
wives and City and County officials. wedding will take place Satur- SHOP
Members are asked to bring their day, Dec. 14, at 5:30: p.m. at New SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8th
food donations in early Friday morn- Covenant Ministries on St.Johns
ing. Blvd., Jacksonville.
All friends and relatives are invited Welcome
to attend.

Silk Scarves . 3"

Gina's/ Silk Ties . . '6" Journeymen Quartet

Classic Cuts & Styles !) SELECT GROUP Dinner on the Grounds -

Sweaters . . 25% Off

gJaUtgt. 8 p y Slacks . . . *10"

for the 'tJ-egt V)eCOa9gc Y hrod *Cranes . . 25% Off THANK YOUThe

*Handbags . . . '25" Kiwanis Club of Starke wishes to thank the following

PermS Including Cut $2 5 /41 !' *Jewelry ,, . . 10% Off disadvantaged businesses for youth their to support.attend the Your circus.sponsorship allowed our

Your Help Is Truly Appreciated
Haircut &
Blowdry *
Shop Early for Christmas Badcock Home Furnishing Jones Funeral Home

Men . . . . '7.00 Bradford Telegraph Mitchell's Drug Store I
0' .. i Chastain's Jewelry & Gifts George Roberts Insurance
Women . . 10.00 .Bradford Square Community State Bank Sawyer Gas

964-6777 / Shopping Center w Dimple's Style Shop St. Mark's Episcopal Church

.. Edward's Grocery Terwillegar Motors
486 N. Temple Ave. .. Hours: Starke Fleet Finance Terwillegar Realty

Suite A Gina Bwwn Frazee Tues.. Sat. 95'Starke Florida National Bank Richard E. Welty
Salon Manager : : I OPENMOH..MT.' Elorlda Theater W.P.X.E. '
Florida Evenlngs'byAppointment
J IJ''IH J. Charley E. Johns Agency, Inc Western. Steer
(Across street from BHS) Jerome. Johns. Oil Co.



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;. Diana Crawford Rothwell Honored at Bridal Parties Diana Rothwell

Shower Honoree

Mrs. Robert D. Rothwell.Jr. mg Strc'c'I from 3:10:: to 4:30: p.m.. cloth over a pink undcrlmcr Centering matching folding hand fan, On display for the guests ('njo.y' Mrs. Diana Crawford Rothwell a
(former Miss Diana Crawford) was Hostesses with Mrs Chitty were the table was an elaborately decorated with pink roses, lace and menl were the bride and groom s recent hrlde, wax honored at a bridal
honoree at a lovely afternoon bridal Mrs James V. Crosby, Sr., Mrs. decorated bride doll cake completewith satin streamers was placed al one wedding photo album. The album shower Monday night, Nov.18, given
party commemorating her recent Rudolph Hud heson and Mrs. Dewey long flowing train and pearl! end of the buffet. A silver urn held a was covered with a handmade Mrs Robbin Barrett, Mrs Shyrel
by
marriage. The delightful Sunday B M d\1I111l'Y. decorated net veil'. This was placed large arrangement of mixed pastel lavender cloth, lace and satin ribbon Crawford, Mrs Jean Norman, Mrs
afternoon affair was held at the The guests were greeted at the on a round mirror base and framed colored blossoms and was placed al bound cover that was specially: Linda Patrick and Mrs Tonya
home of Mrs. Joan T. Chitty on Sear front door by Mrs, Chitty and with small miniature pastel flower Ihe opposite side of the dining room made for Diana by her grandmother Hodges at the home of the latter at
presented to the honoree Alsomeeting blossoms and greenery. The ]Inviting the guests into the family Mrs J.Lawson Lake. .
the guests in the living decorator of the unique cake, with room was Mrs Dewey McKinneyand Assisting the hostesses and the Hampton The refreshment table was
room were Mrs. Roger D. Rothwell, its elegranl formal brides gowncompletely Mrs Rudolph Hutcheson. guests during the party were Mrs covered with a white linen cloth and
Norcy McKinney Sr. of Keystone Heights, mother of fashioned! of frosted Icing The family room was decorated J.E.Denmark, Mrs Eldon Hardy centered with an arrangement of
James TuckerTo the groom and Mrs. Jim T. Lawson, was the art work of Mrs. for the occasion with hanging ferns, and Miss Beth McKinney seasonal flowers Punch and cake
25 grandmother of the bride. Rudolph Hutthcson and was given to tropical plants, ficus trees, arbicola The honoree was presented with a served.
Wed Dec.
Mrs! James Crosby, Sr. invited the bride at the conclusion of the plants and palms. The round waist corsage upon: her an I val at the were the 15 guests were her
Norcy McKinney of Graham guests into the dining room for party to take home. refreshment table in the room was party and also given a covered grandmother Among Mrs, J. T Lawson and
and James Tucker of Starke will be refreshments and Mrs James V Serving iced cokes from the silver covered with a matching lace tea Apothecary jar as a memento of the Rothwell, Sr.
united in marriage Dec. 25, at 7 p m. Crosby Jr handed the guests tea st'rvi't' at the end of the refreshment cloth over a yellow underliner and occasion. Mrs The Roger hostesses presented the
in Congregational Methodist Churchon plates and napkins table was Miss Virginia Crawford, was centered with a large varigated Invited to share the! M'< asion with
with four piece day
honoree a
US301N The table in the dining room was sister of the bride pepperoni plant in a handmade Diana were approximately UK)of her place setting as a memento every of the oc-
All friends and relatives are invited l'In-I'rt'It With! an lmix>ll<>rl tarn In I An ecru lace bridal umbrella and wicker basket friends ..,..1..."
to attend

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Tailgate Party Given 1.39- iJID

For Todd ThomsonTodd e. ', ; 2.99 k P IR T Ik ,

Thomson of Tallahassee OCEAN SPRAY; /te-VY.I,,,"' r I + i wr i

celebrated his 16th birthday Satur :CWlart or CRMAm.E; ,f> 11; r i p I"C ,p iFF'u"" '7 9.'r' ,
at given by Su' ,. + yyyMM
day noon a tailgate party ... ( / [ ', o
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his grandmother, Mrs W H. Thorn it fy i ', t L tl' Y ? :
son held in the Womack's Gator van 1 1 : i'i k ', p It .14 '' ; : a ,,1
before the UF-FSU game.
The van, parked in the parking lot r
at the game, was decorated with ,r '

orange and blue balloons. A cake 'r ,,
decorated in the football motif was
ser\ed for dessert. ?
Members of the family helping to p J +x' d di
celebrate the occasion were his i! ,,, h
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parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Thorn t w .;t
son of Tallahassee, Mr and Mrs i I
Henry Thomson of Huntsville, Ala '
Mrs John Griffin and Miss Lillian
M pet i ,lY jtl )y',
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Jane! Goodman a lets (yp tvah
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Jack OrrMarry ) ,,. ,..., ,,..
Nov. 4 R ,. ab yn. 2 r
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Jane! Goodman McIntyre, daughterof
Mr and Mrs Seeber Goodman of
Starke was married to Jack Orr, son
ofIr.! and Mrs Jack Orr, Jr. ofWellsN i
.Y on Monday, Nov. 4 in Y P / r
Houston, Texas by Judge Lawrence
H. Wayne. Ii'I
The bride has been employed bj -
Occidental Petroleum Co. in i :
City for 13 years. Lakl'I ''l y
Mr Orr is a graduate of I }t ,

College, Waltham, Mass, is
employed. as an auditor by Occidental .

After spending Thanksgivingweek VWWdfKftflUXO -. r
with Mrs Orr's parents thl'coupll' '' CHOCOLATES 14tv y '
MK DANISH HAM I
left ,
Nov.
on Friday, 29 for '
Tulsa.Okla where they will reside. 1 Eleg.( IRO 2d8.'BOX > 4.M' 4 CORD *.w ...1.19 Rtg. .w taca ;

On Nov 13 a going away party and ..
shower was given for Airs. Orr b\' tRtMM
the Oxidental employees at the 1 -
Wayside Inn in Lake City I t' f
Out-of-town guests attending were I i. H
Janel's mother and sister, Mrs y
Seeber Goodman and Olivia Harper Rand
Midge Frick and Pam 'Wheeler. |
all of Starke. 1 S


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Potluck Dinner (

At Woman'* Club j \,
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Members, spouses, friends and
guests of the Woman's Club of I ', ey '\.d.
Starke are cordially urged to attend \ .
the "kitchen fund raiser" which"' will r 4.4': ''J ,:' : '
be held on Friday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 8 3 99 ,
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TREAT SBIRUCCT C7 I
SWEET .. l FANCY tt-UGHT
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at the club house in the form of
m .
p OUE-EII It ,
MINTS. HMO MOt, HUM, ANNE't S'I'0 1 I Of 10-UGHT tUSBlt OUTDOOR UCHT SlIt
pot-luck Those dinner.attending are to bring a i 1 Hturr or SOUR BAILS CHOCOLWESlS-L ;, Itt-;. .." ., ),,.,v, : ti y, t UCHT SET KM. 499 tack CCUUtilfUS20UGHT .Itt;5
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meat or vegetable casserole, or a '- w+ + + "
salad; a donation of $200 will be Hoo .
taken at the door.
Recent renovations to the kitchen ,
have highlighted the need to replaceor l"' i I .w ,, 2 pN11jNJi1s.
add many various items of kit t l a+ ,?, ,
chen necessities, from pots and pansto r. pct : r r
glassware and utensils, thus the '' ,
idea of combining a"kitchen
shower" with a get-together of i I II
members their husbands and I i ,
t 0 ;. r ) ri
friends originated. l ', v' rr
Come on out for an evening of good I i i

home cooking, fellowship and fun, r I.II
while'" helping to equip the revamped .I
Woman's Club kitchen! '. 7 ) 9 1 1 99 I 93(
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ASHER GIANT POP COMBO, LITTlE DUTCH 6K-R. ROUITDUN KING 1Yi ASSORTED COLOR 12'l Of 2V" SATIN TREE I /00-FT.
Womans Club Tea FRANK FORD BAG-O-hO1NS or BOY COOKIES CHRISTMAS THE 2V4 SOLID COLOR CLASS ;. ORNAMENTS n's CURLING RIBBON
PEANUT BUTTER TREASURE Reg. 1.S9 Reg. 99.99 ORNAMENTS 8's Reg. 1.99 each i Reg, 2,99 Reg. 1.99
Wednesday, Dec. 11 .. --...-.- m-. . .-
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Mrs Joyce Riherd, soon to retire as .,"'1. ': :: i. f !
Director of Nursing for the Bradford ) ca
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County Health Department, and ? ..">,, tf.." .,+-+.-.- ..' '
those women who have become f r 1,000 j I
members of the Woman's Club of ," (',t.- 0 I IrI I
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Starke during 1985 will be honored at '.-.. _--' ,
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the annual Christmas Tea Wednesday ,., '... I.
Dec. 11, from 4 to 5:30: p.m. at ...-.-. ..i-d I:' _.
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Co-chairmen for this event will be __1 .' ,, '{tf ..f+ 1, .I ., '
Mesdames G. Roberts R.E. ,
Biggs : ;;;II
R.A.Green, Jr. and J.R.Reddish 4 1W i
assisted by Mrs D. Reddish, Mrs J "t. R \ I ,
Trawick, Mrs J.E. Mrs r' t
Hardy, _
1.97 FOI49 .88I
J.E.Denmark, Mrs J. H, DuPre r ; \ i I 7i t I :).

Mrs. A Y. Covington, Mrs I rrl'. !,W.W\\ [ .' J y i so' FROSTED or ICICLES I v." RING METAL cq
J.Blackshear, Mrs C E. Johns ? if: I i BATTERIES 2-IM. V I 15' -PIT CARIAND BOX OF 1000 ,TXEE STAND
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Dec.sioner new State 6,of for Agriculture's Capitol all BHS from fans Office 5-7:30, team: in p.m.an th We Save You Money. t j II Bright Vivid Christmas Memori

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personnel in Tallahassee for the 3-A 4_ Eckerd Brand Equivalent prescription drugs 5* prim fowl ., 1 rl;
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served. Everyone is invited. Eckerd Equivalent for your next prescription -=='"..:.: Make sure your prints are as bright.
The commissioner's office is or Take your film to Eckerd for quality
To an Eckerd Pharmacist nothing's
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entrance on the west side, across Important than your health. processing with the Kodak colorwatch seal.
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Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Nolin of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Skinner of Atlanta Mr. and were Mrs.Tuesday Dodgie Stockmar to of Kidd Mr., and Jr.Mrs.of W.J.Kldd Tallahassee and Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson and Cathy Norman, daughter of Mrs.
Saturday
DeFuniak Springs were son, Todd of Tallahassee and Mr. Loca Page of Jacksonville and the
were Friday Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Witt guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy An- weekend guests of Mr. and
overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. and son of Boca Raton spent the long drews. George Flynn, Jr. Mrs and Mrs. Henry Thomson of Hunt- 1982 Bradford Strawberry Queen,
O. Dansby and attended the BHS and weekend with their parents, Mr. and sville, Ala. were Wednesday to Sun- underwent surgery Nov. 25 at St.
UF football games. Mrs. George Copeland. They were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carter and son Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon day guests of their mother, Mrs. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville
joined Thanksgiving day by Rev. of Tampa, Mrs. Jewell Johns and Wednesday to Saturday with spent their W.H.Thomson and family. for a pelvic break. Cathy's address
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre spent and Mrs. Jerry Patton and family of Mrs. Marlon Starling and daughterof son-in-law and daughter Mr. is 7739 Knoll Dr. N., Jacksonville,
and
Thanksgiving day with his sister, Starke. Jacksonville, Mrs. Jeannie Faulk Mrs. Marvin Barnhart and R. P. McLendon was in Blowing Fla. 32205.
family in
Mrs. C.C.Smoak Rock, N.C. last Monday to Saturday
in Jacksonville. and Jimmy Larkin of Lake Butler Hartwell Ga.
They were joined by visiting his wife, Frances and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Odom and
Mrs. V. E. Spiers had as guestsMr. and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Loudon
Mr. avid Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. and Mrs. M.T.Langston of Col- of Starke were Thanksgiving day family of Lake Charles and daughter-in-law, Ann McLendon and Laurie Hosford of Tallahassee, Mike
La. and children, Stacey, Ian and Caitlin. Hosford of Fort Pierce and
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob McClung umbia.S.C. Wednesday to Sundayand guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Mrs. Harriet Parker and Tammy
and family in Maxville on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stegall and Carter, Sr. Austell, Ga.Duplicate. son, Jay of They all celebrated Caitlin's 11th Williams of Stuart were Saturday
son of Gainesville on Sunday. birthday on Thanksgiving.Mr. overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand J.C.Hobbs and attended the
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng and daughters of Ormond Beach Bridge Club results for and Mrs. John C. Greene and UF IFSU game.Thanksgiving.
children of the Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth of Nov 26 at the
St.Petersburg spent Quarterly tournamentwere Curtis and
were Saturday guests of Mr. and son, H.L.Chancey visited
Starke
long weekend with their parents and daughter, Mrs. Larry Mrs. J.D.Seymour. The Seymoursalso first Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Chancey and dinner guests of Mr.
E.L.Matthews in Starke and Mr. and Roberts and son of Lake Butler Burnett; second Allene Brew
visited had their sons, Doug of Miami and family and Mrs. Peggy Chancey at and Mrs. Seeber Goodman were
and Mrs.families.Paul Meng at Hampton Lake weekend.relatives in Quincey over the and Hal of Orlando home for the Griffin Yvonne and Reichmann; third Evelyn Houston Lake, Ga. Wednesday to Olivia Harper and daughter, Karla,
weekend. Ida Shaw. Friday. James Reddish of Tampa, John
Papps of Starke and Janel and Jack
Orr of Tulsa.Okla.

t a '[on j0ggL.4 Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggers spent
5.97 the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Dick
M Eggers in Huntsville, Ala.
S'PCVS'CCP' POTPOURRI WILD MUSK GIFTS BED BUGS GAM! ''KODAK VK SIIfGL SHARPIE KEN'S or UDIESTORI '

Choosy from Gingerbread, .375-02. SPRAY COLOGNE :b7 Litton Bradley DISC' FIB FJ SHIOK O WB Mrs.Mr.Keith and Mrs.Gillingham Guy Sale and, Mr.family and

Eggrog, I& 9 .,, H-TIIP,# 13.S9 UUAHU mm. S and Mrs. W.B.Mundy of Starke and
Miss Jean Mundy and Miss Gee
or alsam r Pine scents. 8 Silberman of Tallahassee were
NV1HJJ3JUUJ Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and
/ \< Mrs. Harold Monk, Jr. In
( NL Gainesville.Mr. .
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io.-M.II vcwif .o and Jena Leedom of Jacksonville,
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o Vulcan Mich. and Mr. and Mrs.
Alton Cook of Waco, Texas were
m Kodacolor Vft film \", ; Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and
t ( color prints I' < 3 Mrs. George Miller.
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COLDf/Mi WLW t tOM nandina were Sunday visitors of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Green.

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Griffis and sons
of Orlando were Thanksgiving day
guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Griffis.
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Jr. had as guests during the holidaysat
their Kingsley Lake home, Mrs.
Palmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
R. Anderson of Savannah Ga. her
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Anderson, Shan and Ashley of
Andulsia Ala. and her brother, Pete
y{ a >!. : NINOMtXf Anderson of Texas.
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CIFT SET .rj' gi BOTH SXINNI MIHICORLIK5 a '* Mrs. Hague Rutledge spent
315.0E PERFUME S/RRi, a ; ', IRQH #W SRi Thanksgiving in Tallahassee with
SeT. IS-Ol COIOGMft F Q y limit 1 of each Limit 1 Rebate :, her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
all Q2 4-02. DUST NHDW \ Rebate par customer, per customer.EMEMUOt and Mrs. Steven D. Rutledge. Join-
#6079' #925 r ing her were her brother-in-law and
.o sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.
Palmer and grandson, Palmer
!!IIri >, Brown.

.WFAWGNI .OVEq/xEq I r' YtI Steven Moran of John Hopkins

i University, Peabody Conservatory,
oJ!, Baltimore, Md. spent the long
weekend with his parents, Mr. and
.r Mrs. Jerry Moran at Kingsley Lake.
P
Little Adam Hardy underwent
I surgery Wednesday In'"*Shands' ',
Teaching Hospital.Mrs. .

J O. L. Haynes, Jr. and

daughter, Anne spent Wednesday to
t* ivF:1rtU Sunday in Savannah, Ga. visiting
7 their daughter and sister, Mrs. Mar-
L 3.97 "j 0 cia Welch and family.
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G6gi !IMPLEMENT,,SET .f' ; ', QUA #2830 teg. 14.99 Mrs. Don Effrain of West Palm
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a c Monday after a weeks visit with
C7'" their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. James Montuoro and
7 ry daughters in Virginia Beach, Va.
and sight-seeing in WashingtonD.C.

ip Mike King of Leesburg, Mrs. D. P.
C2.4Y Stilley and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Christian and son, Kevin of Jackson-
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stilley and
J }) son. Mark of Marietta, Ga. and Mrs.
8.87DIGITECH (
Donna Sooudi of Altamont Springs
ALLIGATOR or' CRYSTAL/GOLD PROCTOR SILEX 2-SLICE FOLDING SOUR I 4.9 MAXELl FLOPPY DISK visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford
HIPPO SOAP i ANIMALS Reg. 12.99 TOASTER #T-620 i J F800F Or DUAL-POWER MAXELL M20 or SONY PACK OF 2 #MD-1 and Mrs. Gloria King over the
Reg. S.SO each Reg. 13.99 H"j #S8847E BETA L-750 VIDEO TAPE Reg. 4.49 weekend.

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Mr. and Mrs. David Corey and Mr.
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Joey DurandTo

Wed Dec. 14

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Crawford of
Lawtey announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter Becky
27 gQ Lynn, to Joseph (Joey) Durand, son
WOOD NECKLACE CHEST or PORCELAINBUTTERFLY SPAATUS UNDER GTE SWITCHA81ECLOCX KODAK DISC $100j } of Mr.and Mrs. James E. Durand of
JEWELRY SOX Re f. 19.99 each I j ACCENT CABINET ClOCX RADIOTELEPHONE j CAMERA Reg. 54.99 ANSCO't 33 CAMERA Jacksonville.The .
VELVET JEWELRY BOX Reg. 9.99 '.?'J: I Reg. 5.99' RADIO #0116 #8100 eg, 49.99 [ I Reg. 31.99 .. wedding is planned for Satur-
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SPARTUS APOLLO LEO 3uSPEE W'7z' j: FlEX SHAMPOO Of 3.-n I of? +& *!, RENTAL OF I Nov. 23, given by Mrs. Buddy Sapp
4 44 Hit STEAM MACHINE/
and Mrs. John
::. CONDITIONER 1S-OZ. ROBITUSSIN DMEXPECTORANT King.
ALARM CLOCK Reg. 16.99 MIXER #5-16 I
each Limit 1 Rebate 6NEEA2IHENYIARE Limit 1 of 9.88Q" good thru Dec. 7.1985.
DES Rebate per customer. per customer. I ?J DISPOSABLE RAZORS 3's ..2/1-00 COUGH SUPPRESSANT 8-OL covered with a white linen cloth and
Reg. 7.99 ;COUNN MUST ACCOMPWn ORO B centered with an arrangement of
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Have your r Time & Honey I VISA J 1=1 Gospel Sing

with Eckerd and American Greetings!, At Prophecy Church of

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cars diamonds Come In to tvs Eckerd and and more win in the There will be a gospel sing at the

AMERICAN GREETINGS Best Christmas Ever Sweepstakes.The E.Iier d Saves 1 00 B 0 ih Prophecy Church of God on Friday
American' Greetings Christmas Card you send or receive Dec. 8, at 7:30 p.m. featuring the
may be a winner' Gospel Sounds of New River and
Over 1,200 winners In all. See the American Greetings' display at your Eckerd Drug Store for details. SM till yellow pages for till fctiri itanst fOIl. local singers.
Sale prices good thru Sat, December 7. IN ""'"" On iHH' to MM IUIIIUfI. Refreshments will be served.

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Street. Proceed on Monroe past the state Capitoland JOEL BREWER
Center Defensive Tackle
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Commissioner of Agriculture's office in the new t.1ML.
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The invitation extends to all Bradford fans,the .- "' .
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1985 BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL COACHING STAFFKnH'lIng Erika Gruen,Shilyn Chaff and Traci Rowan.
Botton Row: Robin Hersey,Tammy Morrow,Polly Griffis,Captain
Head David from Row: Brooke Williams,Terri Fender,Pam Clark,Co-Captain Tracie Clark,Staci Reddish and Sheila Shannon
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It was close. Things didn't to their yards, the Tornado defense simply rolled to his l left showing pass,'then Chappell,who picked the football off
way. Some mistakes were made. swarmed over the .Hurricanes for tucked the football under his arm, the tips of the grass for a 14 yard
But the 1985 No. 1 ranked Class AAA four straight plays. put his head down, and banged into reception. BHS still needed a yard Mw
Tornado football team managed a On first down In overtime, one of the endzone over a would-be tackler. for first down and QB Long
14-7 overtime win over No. 8 ranked Inverness' patented pitch outs Hamilton added the point-after- around left end and got four yams
Citrus-Inverness in the first step of around right end was stopped at two touchown. BHS left 7-0 with 8:16: re- and a first down at the Inverness 15.
the state high school playoff system yards by sam linebacker Lonnie maining in the first period. On the first down, QB Long was
Friday, Nov. 29, on Bradford Field. Hamilton and cornerback David sacked for a 12 yard loss back to the
The winning score was a 10-yard Hamilton. On second down the belly 2nd Chance Muffed... 27 A five yard penalty pushed BHS r
pass from quarterback Frank Long counter play by Hurricane Larry Following Wise's fumble recovery back to the 32. On second down
to wide receiver Andy Jones, who Tribble was stopped for no gain by BHS got the ball right back for what fullback Matthews got 7 yards up the
caught the pass in the right flat, and defensive end Billy Jackson and a appeared to be another chance, but Inverness middle. On third down,
quick-as-lighting. turned the corner' host of,Tornado defenders. Tribble QB Long was intercepted Hurrican however, Hurricane Scott Elling in-
and plunged into the corner of the earlier scored on the same play. On. defense end Scott Elling tercepted as BHS pass, ending the .
endzone on the first play of the over third down Inverness QB John BHS inside linebacker hit Hur- threat.
time. The Tornado defense, having Langley pitched the football to ricane Rick Langley hard on the ensuing Os
used the game to grow up again speedy Rick Langley around left BHS kickoff return. Langley I Drives Use Clock...
against tough competition, simply end. But Rick Langley was thrown coughed up the football which was' Inverness then used up most of the
swarmed to stop the Hurricanes in for a two yard loss by linebacker recovered by Johnny Clark. second period with long drives of 61 r
four plays in the overtime Aaron Matthews who had very Back in business at the Inverness and 69 yards, all on the ground and
The Tornado defense got tougherand quickly fired up from his secondarypost. 28, BHS was again in motion on first all using hard running.
tougher for Inverness to run on Matthews' behind the line down and was pushed back to the 33, The most damage, when In- _
as the game wore on, and got still tackle pushed Inverness back to the where it was first and 15. verness really needed yards, was __
tougher in the overtime. 10 yard line. On fourth down QB On the replay of first down, QB the belly off tackle play by fast back __
BHS scored first in the first Langley passed to the left flat to Long was chased deep but threw Larry Tribble, who ran for 80 yards 1 : ._ __
period, QB Frank Long going in Tribble who was stopped at the sidearmed. but accurately, to in 22 carries. Using three down __
from seven yards out, culminating a seven yard line by a BHS defensive wideout Matthews. Hurricane Rick linemen on the right of the center, an __
45-yard offensive drive. Invernesstied charge led inside linebackers Ron Langley managed to barely get a unbalanced line in football lingo, the r ___
the score at 7-7 by finally getting Brown and Gary Wise. hand on the passed football, deflec- Inverness offense powered the foot __
into the BHS endzone on its third ting it enough so that Matthews ball. Blockers sealed the left or weak
long drive, running back Larry Trib- A Defensive Save... couldn't make the catch. side of the Tornado offense inside ('f
ble going in from 12 yards out as the Again, it was the BHS defense On second down,again under hard and Tribble ran off tackle to the out-
third period ended, to top out a which saved the day. pressure from the Inverness side.The We're Still Number One...!
73-yard offensive drive. The offense managed to quicklyget defense, QB Long dumped the foot Inverness gains were for short BUS linebacker Gary \Vlse(67)) cl'll'bratesIth defensive back David
Statiscally, the two teams were the football into the endzone in ball off incomplete toward RB yardage for the most part, with lIa mllton((9) just seconds after the two tackled the Citrus running back
almost equa Inverness gained 186 overtime from the 10. But earlier Jenkins. On third down QB Long See for no gain on the final play in overtime Friday night preserving the big
yards rushing and 16 passing. BHS drives had stalled. BHS missed a threw low to the ground to tight end Page 14 victory for undefeated BUS
gained 91 yards rushing and 93 pass- scoring opportunity early In the first
ing. period when linebacker Gary Wise
recovered a fumble on the Hur-
Inverness Pounds Away... ricane 28. Another touchdown was
Using its hard driving ground at- missed when usually sure-handed
tack and its speedy backs, Inverness tight end Mike Chappell dropped a
pounded away at the tough Tornado pass right into his hands with
defense. Smelling victory in the nothing between Chappell and the 'A ,
fourth period, the Hurricanes, tak- endzone which was just steps away.
ing advantage of a 14 yard loss when
the Tornado center's snap sailed BUS Scores Easily...
over the punter's head, drove the BHS drove easily and scored on its
football to the Tornado 10 yard line first possession in the first period
again. It seemed they might score after QB Long, playing safety, intercepted l 1 1"f 1f
and win the game. an Inverness pass on the
But the Tornado defense rose up game's first play from scrimmage.BHS 4
and stopped the drive. On fourth drove 50 yards in eight plays.
down, with 22 seconds to play, Inverness Starting at the Inverness 45, BHS .
muffed an easy field goal was pushed back to the 50 on a motion 'H_
which would have won the game by penalty. Running back Clinton ,
mishandling the snap from center. Jenkins got nothing over left guard. '
Inside linebacker rushed in and QB Long, showing pass, ran right
smothered the Inverness holder as end for six yards, then passed to -IL
he struggled to control the football wideout Aaron Matthews for 7 __ _
which was on the ground. Right yards, just inches from a first down _
behind Brown was sam linebacker at the Hurricane 36. .
Lonnie Hamilton who shoved a Hur- Coach David Hurse sent the pun-- rr'70 isz
ricane blocker out of the way and ting unit in, but the drive was kept ,
helped Brown prevent anything be- alive when QB Long, on a play that is
ing done with the football. his option to call if the defensive
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toss and gave BHS the first chanceon punt. The snap went to QB Long, the w ;
offense. In overtime, each team up-back in the punting situation,who
gets four downs from the 10 yard thew to end Billy Jackson for a three
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line. By giving an opponent first yard gain and a first down at the Inverness
I chance on offense, the other coach 33.
( knows what he has to doto win. QBLoneq ; $sed+if'Vvi
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jJ pass from QB Long to Andy Jones. and another first down at the In-
David Hamilton added the extra verness 22. RB Clinton Jenkins, hit
point to put BHS up 147. The ting hard at right end, got three
touchdown took away an Inverness hard-earned yards to thef 19. On se-
chance to win on a field goal. cond down from the 19, QB Long Game Saver. hoio,,by Mark FiUdlln
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Against an offense that had pushed first down at the Inverness 7 yard game for Tornadoes as Citrus threatened to take a 10-7 advantage defensive end Greg Jack<;on(6U: > and linebacker Lonnie llamllton(66)( ).
through the BHS defense for 186 line. Scoring on first down QB Long with lime running out. Matthews got his hand on the ball first for the Tornadoes.





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and we got one," says Coach David super ball game," says Coach pretty well in the tough Inverness touchdown. Inverness running back possession. Had BHS not lost the 12 Greg Jackson 3-1, cornerback
Hurse of the Region II championshipgame Hurse. The BHS defense bent but it game. Jeff Southall led all rushers in the yards Coach Hurse said, he'd have Wendell Shanks 3-0, DT Chris Cribbs
with Citrus High of Inverness didn't break. The defense kept Inverness kept using different game with 129 yards in 21 carries. I kicked a field goal then. But, BHS 1-3, safety Cory Strong and rover
here last Friday, Nov. 29. pressure on Inverness' three field defensive line-ups, 4-4. 5.1, back Larry Tribble got 80 yards on failed to capitalize on the fumble back Greg Wiggins 1-0.
The coaches knew it would be goal attempts, blocking one. None of 7-diamond, and stunted so many 12 carries, some of it when it counted recovery which gave the football
tough. The kids knew it would be the three was good. linemen it was difficult to get any most for Inverness.The right back after the first BHS Offensive Stats...
tough. It's tough to beat a good team The snap from center on the In- consistency in the running game. defense got tougher as the touchdown in the first period.In Running back Clinton Jenkins led
twice, Coach Hurse said emphatically. verness field goal attempt with 22 The different line-ups and the stunts game went on, Coach Sexton points the overtime, up 14-7, the Tor- BUS rushers with 43 yards in 15 car-
seconds left, which would have won confused the blocking assignments out.Inside nado defense simply rolled over Inverness ries, an average of 3.1 yards per
Number 10, back Larry Tribble, the game, hit the holder right in the Even so, the offensive line performed linebackers Ron Brown and which mostly tried to run carry
didn't play the first time BHS faced hands Hurse reported after looking better than it did in the first Gary Wise, and defensive tackle around the ends. Tornado coachessay
Inverness during the fourth game of at the movies. "I don't know. Maybethe win over Inverness, Coach Sexton Chris Dougherty played consistently Inverness would have been QB Frank Long ran 10 times for a
the regular season and won 180. pressure got to him," Hurse says. throughout. And sam linebacker tougher running Southall up the mid net 11 yards. RB Andy Jones ran one
Tribble is a good football player but reasoned as to why the holder There were some breakdowns Lonnie Hamilton "...played the dle. BHS simply gang tackled and for 17 yards. Fullback Aaron Mat-
Inverness would still be tough mishandled the snap. along the way,but the coaches clear- fourth quarter like a man with a over ran the end runs. thews ran once for 7 yards.
without him Hurse says. On the BHS touchdown on the first ly were not too disappointed in the cause," Coach Sexton says. Inside linebacker Ron Brown led
The veteran Tornado mentor is play of overtime, Coach Hurse said offensive line. The Big Red defense was tough In- the team in tackles with 10 In- Tight end Mike Chappell was the
seeing his second 11-0 team in the BHS got the right play called at the The linemen are center Danny side the 20, when it counted, Sexton dividual tackles and 3 assists. QB leading receiver with three catchesfor
past 20 years.To equal what the Tor- right time. One Inverness defender, Manning, guards Keith Gillingham points out. Frank Long, playing safety, had 9 44 yards. Andy Jones, playing
nadoes accomplished here last Friday the speedy number 21, took a fake and Chris Cribbs, tackles Tommy The defense came through after tackles and 2 assists. Sam wideout, caught two passes for 18
one must go back to the 1965, and left the area in which BHS Parker and Greg Jackson. the bad BHS punt snap went over the linebacker Lonnie Hamilton had 8 yards, including the 10 yard winning
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the first state champion football wideout Andy Jones caught the win- head of the punter. That mistake tackles and 4 assists, inside LB Gary TD pass. Wideout Todd McLeod
team which went 120. The 1966 state ning touchdown pass, pointed out Super Defense... gave Inverness new life in the fourth Wise had 8 tackles and 2 assists. caught two passes for 23 yards, FB
team was 11-0-1, the both Coach Hurse and Coach Mike It period and left BHS with its back to Rover back Aaron Matthews had 4 Matthews caught one pass for 7
championship was another total team effort yards and end Billy Jackson
Sexton. the wall. tackles and 3 assists, DT Chris caughtone
tie with Suwannee High of Live with which the Red defense held
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the best football team the Tornadoeswill bunch of overachievers, Hurse says. says. Godby's uses! a tough press Turral, no. 30, is the left halfbackon Offense... the Tornadoes in the game against
have faced this season. But, the veteran coach cautions, he split-40 defense, just like that of the offense and the best ball carrieron According to BHS coaches, Godby until the kicking game can
BHS plays Godby for the sectional doesn't mean the Tornadoes can't Tornadoes, and will! be the best the the Godby eleven. Tallahassee Godby is no slouch of- get the Tornadoes in position to

championship, for the northern half beat Godby. Tornadoes will have faced, by far, The four Godby down offensive fensively, but the offense Isn't as score.
of the state this Friday night Dec. 6, Defensive Coordinator Mike Sex the veteran BHS football mentor linemen are tackles Shawn Yoakam, good.as the defense. Godby missed three extra pointsin
at 8 p.m. in Tallahassee at Capitol ton simply says, "I think we matchup stresses. Godby always blows its no. 62, 5-10, 215, 12, and Cromartie, The Cougars have a balanced run- losing 21-18 to Tallahassee Leon,
Stadium near the Leon County pretty well with them" linebackers,Hursepoints out; mean- no. 61 6-2. 235 .10. The ends are Cor- ning and passing attack. They throw another area in which the Cougars
Fairgrounds. Directions are listed Coach Sexton also says, "There is Ing the Cougar linebackers rush Into drey Robinson,' no. 46, 6-2, 195, 12, the football a lot, probably more could be weak. And, the Godby's one
elsewhere in this sports section. no doubt our kids will be up. This is a the backfield of their opponents and David Monroe, no. 85, 6-1, 160, than BHS Coach Sexton says. snap from center on a punt rolled to
There are only four Class 3A foot- situation where you can smell the Strength of the Godby defense is 10. The two sophomores are play in The real speed of the Cougars is in the kicker and another almost sailed
ball teams remaining in the state roses the linebackers. They are Jerome front of sam linebacker Martin, who right half Charles Wilson, no. 25,anda over the punter's head against
play-offs. BHS and Godby in the northern The Cougars, 9-2, play in a tough Martin, no. 88, 6-2, 208, 12; Morris covers for any weakness there. freshman wideout, no. 7, the Crestview, but there was no rush on
half of the state, and Clewistonand league, Hurse points out. They'velost Turral, no. 30,5-11,185,12, and Mike Charles Wilson, no. 25,5-10,165,12, younger brother of left half MorrisTurral. the punter.
Bartow will play for the only to two Class 4A teams, los Outley, no. 44, 5-9,145,11. The rover and Cecil Williams no. 35,5-11,165, Wilson is also one of the best There are only four) teams remain-
\ southern sectional title. ing to cross town rival TallahasseeLeon back is Martin Cohen,. no. '33, 5-10, 12, are the cornerbacks. Wilson is To win against Godby the Tor- ing in the Class 3A football playoffs
Coach Hurse talks about how 21-18 and ti Panama City Bay 165 12. Martin, the samelinebacker the starting left half and a speed nadoes must play an excellent defen- "We're" one of them, so we must be
.. tough Godby is, wanting the Tornado High 28-0. Godby won the Region I the same position Lonnie merchant. .The safety is Landon sive ballgame, and have a sound good, points out Coach Hurse.
players to be aware of what they championship last week with a 32.8 Hamilton plays on the BHS defense, Jones, no. 12, 5-9, 150, 12. kicking game. BUS
ace. pasting of Crestview High, but the and the tight end on offense, is a If there is a weakness in the Godby "If we do that, it'll give us the field If Wins...
'"Is Godby better than Crestview gave the Cougars gave very superior athlete with size., defense it is the that the interior position necessary to put points on The winner of this week's semi-
Inverness?" Coach Hurse was ask the game away by having three quickness, and agility. Martin willbe linemen, though big, are slow. The the board," says Coach Hurse. final game between Tallahassee
ed. "Oh yeah, without a doubt. I passes intercepted and fumbling the best blocker Hamilton will ends are probably the weakest pointon The BHS defense will also have to Godby and BHS will have to travel to
don't think Inverness could move the twice, according to BHS Coach have faced this season, Coach Hurse the Godby defense.but are shut down Godby's offensive attack. the site of the winner of the
football against Godby. Lanier Clyatt, who scouted the points out. The Tornadoes will be covered for very well by the outstanding The defense will face its biggest Clewiston-Bartow game for the state
Godby has experienced athletes Crestview-Godby game careful to trap block Martin, block and tough linebackers, Coach challenge yet. It bent against In- championship game Dec. 13.

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I Tornado Defense Gets Tough Inside 20 Yard Line In Playofffrom I


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( page 13A) the game, but the drive stalled at the !the 10, and freshman Densmore Hurricane 27. Biggest plays on the like an extra point. fizzled when the snap from center
Tornado 43 after two first downs. 1 tried another field goal with the football short drive were a 7 yard run by RB was fumbled.
three of and of
17 13
runs yards one RB Jenkins gained 5, then 4 yards I at the Tornado six. BHS secon- Clinton Jenkins and an 8 yard pass I Can't Capitalize...
the used
being Inverness its
longest.
speedy backs to the ends and and QB Long sneaked for the first : BHS tackles run on the, off- down at the BHS 32. Jenkins then ran however, got his hand on the ball Inverness used up the remained of with Inverness getting a big break Coach David Hurse likes to be on
trapped tackle play. Leading I ground gainerwas for 6 and 4 yards for another first which landed short in the endzone the third period with a 73 yard, 12 when, punting from the Hurricane defense first in overtimes. But this
running back Jeff Southall, 129 down the 42 yard line. RB Greg Wig where BHS recovered it. play scoring drive. The Hurricanebacks 37, the snap from center sailed way was another thing that didn't go the
yards In 21 tries. gins was stopped afer just one yard BHS simply covered the:footballon had runs of 18,6, 1, 4, 4, 3, 8, 7, over punter Hamilton's head. Tornadoes' way.Inverness .
'. I linebacker the last iwo plays t.p alloys i the 8 and 12 Tribble for
On its first drive Inverness had a by Jimmy-.Bellamy. ; \ second 8S4, yards by Hamilton ran back, picked up the
first down at the BHS 12. But on first Jenkins was then tripped in the BIISv.. iuarlervlaennflsJS\ : ; te..7, ;AtI.lng touchdown with ,33 loose football" ; ran 8< little way, then' 5-"' won the,tip,,and using :.
backefield and stopped for no gain. seconds remaining in the third got a weakpudt which ga\rvln' > .the dame ,BUS 01- .1
down QB John Langley fumbled the very ; strategy> put on
.Ii football and lost three yards On third down QB Long threw to Inverness Get In... period. verness possession of the football at tense first. '
recovering it. On second down, from wide receiver Patrick Diggs who appeared Due to a mix-up Inverness got to it the Tornado 49 yard line.
'i the 15, BHS defensive back fired to have dug the football off receive the football both to open the BIIS Rises Up... QB John Langley complted his on-
up
quickly to tackle Larry Tribble for the tips of the grass for a receptionbut game and again to open the second The seven point lead having disap- ly pass of the night, a 10 yarder to BHS responded with the
no gain on one of the patented Inverness an official ruled he trapped theball. peared, an alarmed BHS then drove brother Rick Langley, and the Hur- touchdown pass from the 10, then i
pitchouts around the end. Hampton then punted to the In- half.Billy Jackson: Greg Jackson and the football 65 yards down to the In- ricane running game powered the stopped Inverness on four straight J
On third down BHS defensive tackle verness 25 from where the Hur- Gary Wise got Inverness stopped verness 3.5 yard line but couldn't way down to the BHS 10 yard line as down to win the game.
penetrated the Inverness blockingwall ricanes then started up another long short of a first down on the first score. A go-ahead field goal try from time ran out. Inverness drove the re-
and threw Rick Langley for a time-consuming drive. possession,. the nine yard line by Hamilton was maining hard earned 29 yards on "I've been through'em, but you II
one yard loss. On fourth down BHS took over and drove 24 yards wide to the left. At the 3, BHS was runs of 5,11,2,3,8,-6, 2, and 3 yards. never get used to'em," Coach Hurse o.
I-freshman Rick Densmore's 35 Matthews Blocks FG... but the drive stalled when, on fourth penalized for delaying the game, for- Inside the 10, the BHS defense rose told reporters just after the game.
yard field goal try was untouchedbut Trailing 7-0, the hard-charging In- down, Inverness stopped BHS just cing Hamilton to kick from the nine. up to stop the Hurricanes. The third The veteran coach admitted to be so o-
yards short verness offense realed off gains of inches short of a first down at the Otherwise, it would have been Just field goal try, from 25 yards out, cotton mouthed he could hardly talk. :

17, 8, 17,4,2,3, 6, 51, and 2 yards 1
Taking over when the ball was down to power its way down to trip
brought out to the 20, BHS stayed on BHS six yard line, a 69-yard drive.
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further given NOTICE that ; Electric Cooperative Inc.)) ; I
.' ., ; copy"of sold proposed ORDINANCE l iiy S Fin.is t.. 18th \A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -OF FLORIDA( ,} NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR available for your Inspection at the Ofi i* JANUARY 17,1986-1 : Girls

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR TAX DEED flee'of the Town Clerk, Town Hall.d'Brook.r .1;, Ocala Florida 9:00: a.m. to 11:00
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida. (;, am.. Holiday Inn West 1.75 and State
Civil tool Ernest f. Running with the Florida Track junior men ran, the steady t rain had
Deportment
Cose No. 81.300.CA L. or Irene Hunter, the holder of the Each whatever and every person having any Interest "': Road 40W (For the following Club, Lady Tornado Lori Sapp made the course into a 5K bog. '
In the of this
following certificates has filed said certificates enactment cooperative: Central Florida Electric finished in 18th place at the U.S. Na- Number one for the team was
for a tax deed to be Issued proposed ORDINANCE should appear Cooperative, Inc., Sumter Electric An-
tional Cross Country Championships Jacksonville White High's
KEVANIE CORPORATION d/b/o thereon. The certificate numbers and and be heard at the time. and place ; Cooperative Inc.. and Withlacoochae
PAUL T. COLLINS sponsored by The Athletic Congress toinette Turner who finished in 19:44
COMPANY. prescribed. River Electric
years of Issuance, the description of theproperty Cooperative, Inc.).
Plaintiff and the In which TOWN COUNCIL in Raleigh, North Carolina, Friday, for 12th. Rachel, Hopkins from
vi names It was Dec. hCoached Palatka High was 19th. in 20:11: just
assessed or. as follows TOWN OF BROOKER, FLORIDA FURTHER HEARINGS; CONTINUED HEARINGS
DEWEY G. OLIVER and Certificate No. 143 Year :of l..uanc.1983 .11/28 2tchg 12/5 by Terry Smith from edged out by Sapp. Christie Joneswas

KATHERINE L. OLIVER, hit wife, Description of Property: No. 4508 W'of ............................. Any hearing not completed In one day Orange Park High, the team was 30th in21:08andUsa Shivel was
Defendants N'/i of NW1/4 of NW 1/4 SECTION 34. will b. continued at a time and place to sponsored by the Florida Track Club 34th in 21:26, ,and both are from
TWP 6 S, R22. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA be announced at the hearing. If a hearing of Gainesville. The ladies ran In the Titusville Astronaut.. Georgia Ann
NOTICE OF SALE Name In which assessed: The Roost Investments EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Is cancelled or rescheduled all persons junior women's category for ages 15 Meeks from Jacksonville San-
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 Inc. IN THE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, notifying Mr. Miller of their InterestIn to 19 and took home a third place dalwood was '36th in 21:41: while
FLORIDA STATUTES ((1981) All of said property being in the County FLORIDA ;' the hearing will be notified by mall or finish. Gainesville Buchholz's Angela

NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT. Pursuant to a Bradford, State of Florida. Case No. 85.1932.CA telephone Running on a hilly,wet and muddy Manzell was 37th in 21:57. .
Final Judgment dated 27 Nov.mb. Unless such certificate Division C ,1 t. BHS' this also
or certificatesshall course, front runner Two boy's teams were sponsored -
1985 In Ca.. Numb.r 81-308-CA of the be redeemed according to law theproperty APPLICATION TO FERC FOR WAIVER season crossed the finish line in by the Florida Track Club,

Circuit, In and Court for of the Eighth Judicial Circuit described In such certificate or FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA Seminole Is applying on behalf of 20:05 for the 5K (3.1 miles) distance. with their A-Team taking the na-

In which KEVANIE Bradford County, Florida. certificates will be sold to the highest Plaintiffvs Itself and the cooperatives, for a waiverof Sapp was the second finisher for tional title in the Junior Men's,
CORPORATION bidder at the courthouse door the certain provision of the
on team Florida. and the B-Team taking
d/b/o PAUL T. COLLINS COMPANY, or. 17th day of December 1985.Dated E. A. HAYES, a/k/a ELDRIDGE A, HAYES i, Commission' rules whichIf granted category
"This honor for her third.
Plaintiff. and DEWEY G. OLIVER and and MARTHA D. HAYES his wife would result in all from was a unique ,
; purchases qualifying
this 31 day of October, 1985.
KATHERINE L. OLIVER his wife, are the GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk the SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION facilities being made by Seminole said BHS Coach George Loper. Led by Gainesville Buchholz's Jay'
Defendants, I will cell to the highest and Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford County an agency of the Government of the and all sales to qualifying facilities being Not intimidated by the hills on the Scoffield and John Perlett, the
best bidder for cash In the Lobby at the Florida United States: made by the cooperatives. More Information course at Meredith College in A-Team came away with 76 pointsfor

East Door of the Bradford County Courthouse 11/14 4tchg 12/5 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, acting on the waiver request Is provided Raleigh, the Team Florida girls the win.Girl' .

In Stark. Bradford County ........................... through the FARMERS HOME AD, in the Guidelines Persons wishing to more than held their own. Weatherwas Team Results
Florida at the hour of 1:00: P.M. on the MINISTRATION UNITED STATES: comment on the waiver request should a factor in the Junior women'srace
20th day of December, A.D., 1983 the NOTICE TO BIDDERS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE; follow the procedures. for written and with a steady light drizzle dur- t-MlchlMn. Track Club 71 1-Marihal Unlvarttty -
lit Florida Track ,
Club III
4-Santa
following-d.scribed property set forth In NOTICE Is hereby given that sealedbids GOLDKIST, INC.; oral comment on the plan. ing their run making the course slip- Mexico Track Club m, Staten Island Fe Track New
said Final Judgment and Order: will be received by the Bradford PENNZOH producing company; and '. 12/5 2tchg 12/12 pery. By the next day when the Clue 1M.three .

COMMENCING AT the Northeast Cor Monday Board of, Dec.County 9, Commissioners 1985 at 10 am. until The JABO. CARVER ENTERPRISES, JR., INC. d/b/a JOHND. ......................

n.r of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Bradford County Commissioners reserve Defendants STATE OF FLORIDA
Quarter; and thence run West the right to accept or reject any or all DEPARTMENT OF

293 S 1/3 yards for a Starting Point; bids. NOTICE OF SALE iVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
thence run South 660 yards; thence run One Communications Service Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto Godwin Takes Over BB I
West 146 & 2/3 yards; thence run North Monitor and Spectrum Analyzer to con the Final Judgment of Foreclosure NOTICE OF APPLICATIONThe
660 yards; thence run East 146 & 2/3 form to the following specifications: entered In the above-styled' action on -

yards to the Ploce-of-Beginnlng; in Section Spectrum Analyzer mhz to IGC. November 21. 1985 I will sell to the' Department gives Notice of Its Intent Filling some big shoes in the players are still on the field
1. Township 6 South Range 20 East Modulation Oscilloscope highest and best bidder for cash at the to Issue a construction permit to Mr.L. 1985p86 Bradford High basketball and not on the court.Juniors Patrick
ALSO the Northeast'.Quarter of the Off-the-Alr GG/FL Counter.RF Main door of the Office of the Clerk of L. Huntley Owner, Mac's Restaurant, program is Coach Jay Godwin, taking Diggs and Ron Brown along with
Northeast Quarter Except that portion Watt Meter 0-125' watt Hi/Lo the Circuit Court Alachua County Courthouse for construction of a 0.0075 MGD extended over this year from Coach Mike senior Todd McLeod are still chasing -
lying North and West of N.w River, In w/overload. In Gainesville Alachua County aeration sewage treatment plant Sexton. footballs, hoping for a state

.Section. 2, Township South Range. 20East. AC/DC Multimode Code Synthesizer Voltmeter Florida at 11:00: A.M., Eastern Standard with chlorinated effluent to two ((2)) First date for the Tornado round- championship.Godwin .
Digital Analog Time on the 19th day of December 1985, dralnflelds. This project will be knownas ball men is Monday night 'Dec. 10 said that there are
General ,
CONTAINING In the aggregate, 58 Sinad Purpose Oscilloscope. the following described property set Made Restaurant and will serve a when BHS makes the trip to Green possibly two more on the football
moreorless.LESS Meter-Distortion M.ler.EncodeD.cod. .
acres forth In the Final Judgment of 120-seat restaurant and a (jiffy store.This Cove Spring to play Clay High. The team that may come out, but he is
PL/DTMF/DPl.
AND EXCEPT all existing roods
will
Foreclosure: project be located at SR 21 and
and rlghtsofways.Dated:112785 TXCO TIME BASE 5x10.8 MAX. ER- first home game follows next Satur- not sure as yet.
All the Northwest SR 21B Melrose Bradford
PARCEL NO. 1: of County
The coach who in Starke
: ROR. day, Dec. 14, when BHS hosts St. grew up
Florida.Persons.
Quarter of Northeast Quarter (NW 1/4
basketball and football
GILBERT S. Oscilloscope Probe x 1. Augustine. A holiday tournament is and played
BROWN
of NE 1West) of Branch and North of whose substantial Interestsare
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy Battery Pack. Highway and Northeast Quarter of Northwest affected by the Department's proposed set Jan. 2.3 at Gainesville High in here,comes from a four year stint in
Beverly Parrlsh Module Service Kit. which the Tornadoes will be the the basketball program at
Quarter (NER 1/4 of NW 1/4)) permitting decision may petitionfor
As Deputy Clerk RF Detector Probe. defending champion.Returning Gainesville Buchholz, where he
North of Highway. Section 2, Township 7 an administrative determination
T2/5 2tchg 12/12 Test Microphone. seniors Herbie Cooperand directed the freshman team for two
South, Range 19 East. (hearing) In accordance with Section
.......................... ... Canvas Protective Cover Less and Except: all existing roads'and 120.57, Florida Statutes The petition Simon Mitchell will have their years and the Junior varsity for two
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Manuals( ) User/Service. rights of way. Said lands containing 55 mutt conform to the requirements of work cut out for them this year. Un- years.The.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Twelve Volt Power Source Adapter acres, more or less, are located in.Brad- Chapters 17.103 and 28-5 Florida Administrative til football season is over the two long football season is hurtingthe
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida 120 Volt AC-Single Phase Power ford County Florida. Code and must be filed must carry the leadership load. basketball program, Godwin
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Technical assistance from closest PARCEL NO.2: lots One ((1)). Two ((2)), (received) In the Department' Office of Godwin said that Cooper has work- says, with three of his starters still
undersigned HARRY AND MABEL maintenance service organization. Three ((3)). and Four (4)) of Block Five ((5)), General Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Road ed real hard on his shooting so far playing. He said that he will be
GREEN joint owners, doing business Warranty Industry Standard. in Lynwood Park Subdivision at Alachua, Tallahassee, Florida 32301 within fourteen this season. Mitchell is expected to stressing the fundamentals and that
under the firm name of THE OLE TRUNK All proposals shall be turned In to the Florida, according to Plat. These ore,, ((14)) days of publication of this shine as a floor leader, according to, the team will be fairly inexperienceduntil
ANTIQUE AND GIFT SHOPPE. 310 E. Call County. Clerk's Florida Office at the Courthou.e.SIark. recorded In Plat Book "B", Page 73 and notice Failure to file a request for hearing the coach. January.In .

Street Starke, Florida, 32091 intends to 32091. 11128 12/5 also recorded Plat Book "C", Page 79B within this time period constitutes a Coming up from the junior varsity District 3A with BHS are Ocala
register sold fictitious name under the 21chg of public records of Alachua County waiver of any right such person has to are juniors James Johnson and Cecil Vanguard, Ocala Forest,
aforesaid statute. Florida. an administrative determination (hearing Jameson along with sophomore Gainesville Eastside, Gainesville
Dated this 5th day of November A.D.. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR DATED this 21 day of November 1985. ) pursuant to Section 120.57, Florida Alonzo Williams Godwin said that High, North Marion and Lake Weir

1985, In Bradford County. TAX DEED A. CURTIS POWERS Statutes he lost two off last year's JV who said Godwin. The basketball district
Clerk of Circuit Court, If a petition I I. filed the administrative
12/12 schools that both 3A and
includes
11/214tpd could have played but aren't in the are
Charlene Thomas hearing Is designed to formulatethe :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Leroy T. By process 4A in football.
or Ernest Hunter the holder of the Deputy Clerk agency action. Accordingly the area any longer.
The teams to beat this are
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR following certificates has filed said certificates 12/5 21chg 12/12 Department's final action may be different Three other sophomores, Levi and year to

TAX DEED for a tax deed to be Issued ..............., ....... from the proposed Notice of Apo Simmons, Issac Montgomery and Forest Godwin who Vanguard feels that, the according BHS Tornadoes -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Verni.P thereon. The certificate number and plication. Therefore, persons who may Spencer Smith, are expected by ,
or J.D. Odom Jr., the holder of the. year of Issuance,, the description of the NOTICBOF PUBLIC HEARINGS. ;JON not wish to file a petition may wish to Intervene Godwin to contribute to the varsity. can play successfully in the
C :S'ti-u, i following i certificates has/filed sold ceilto property, and the names in which It was PROPOSED PURPA In the proceeding A petition for With the long football season, district.
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no BHWxftef .,..,oma....-..eedt.-. Iswadr", ,,gridsse'esetf'ar'etas-follows -' fnMf- :*"*rfatPLANIOFCERTAINELECTRIC! i Intervention .t'bs 'fited')>ursuon1-to> n 01' i ,",/t- r. .l, 'l.> j..r': ,u.,..
thereon. The certificate numbers and ,Certificate No.28 Year of Issuance! 1983 Rule 285.207 Florid AdministrativeCode Santa Claus
years of Issuance the description of the Description of Property: LOT 9 of EDWARDS COOPERATIVES at least five ((5)) days before the North Pole
property and the names in which It wasH UN-RECORDED PLAT SEC: 26 Twp final hearing and be filed with the hearing .
assessed are as follows: 6 S. R21. Seminole Electric Cooperative, Inc. officer If one has been assigned at Dear Santa,
r: Certificate No. 97 Year of Issuance 1982 Name In which assessed: I L. G. Edwards, ("Semlnole") and the eleven rural electric the Division of Administrative Hearings,

), Description of Property: 3227 COM Jr. cooperatives identified below (the Department of Administration 2009 We received the present you sent us last Friday night. It had a hard
AT NW COR OF CALL & BAY STREETS All of said property being In the County "cooperatives") hereby give notice of Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, time arriving though. The package wasn't wrapped up so nice and
N 216.55 ft. "2'1t FT. FOR POB Indicated below Florida 32301. If officer has ,
RUN w of Bradford, State of Florida. public hearings. on no hearing
I think it encountered rough handling along the There
neat. way.
I! RUN N 94.31 FT WLY 155.77 FT SLY 78 FT Unless such certificate or certificatesshall their proposed amended plan to Implement been assigned the petition Is to be filed some celebrated and savored the
3; ELY 155 FT. TO POB SEC: 28 TOWNSHIP 6 be redeemed acceding to law the their obligations under section 210 with the Department's Office of General were some happy people Friday night; they '"
: SOUTH, RANGE 22. property described in such certificate or of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Counsel 2600 Blair Stone Road, victory just as I knew they would. .
n, Name In which assessed: William J. certificates will be sold to the highest Act of 1978 (PURPA) and the related Tallahassee, Florida 32301. Failure to What the people saw, too, was a group of young men playing with a
... and Bobble L. Studstlll. bidder at the courthouse door on the rules of the Federal Energy Regulatory petition to Intervene within the allowed purpose. They were determined to win and take that one step closer to
All of said property being In the County 10th day of December, 1985. Commission (FERC). Section 210 was time frame constitutes a waiver of any the STATE CHAMPIONSHIP we all want so much. Santa, we can
of Bradford. State of Florida. Dated this 16th day of October 1985. enacted to encourage production of right such person has to request a hearing smell the roses now. We are all waiting for our next present.
Unless such certificate or certificates Gilbert S. Brown, Clerk electric energy by qualifying under Section 120.57 Florida Again, thanks. I really didn't know if my letter would get to you in
shall be redeemed according to low the Clerk of Circulr Court of Bradford County cogenrators and small power producersQFs Statutes. time. Looking forward to receiving the next present.
property described In such certificate or Florida ( ). PURPA and the FERC's rules require The application Is available for public
certificates will be sold to the highest M/144tchg 125NOTICE electric utilities to purchase and Inspection during normal business Sincerely.

bidder at the court house door on the 7th ......... ................ sell energy and capacity from and to hours, 8:00: a.m. to 5:00: p.m., Monday .
day of January 1986. QFs. Purchase rates are to be based on through Friday except legal holidays at ,
Dated this 13th day of November OF APPLICATIONOR the "avoided costs" of the purchasing the Deportment of Environmental rrzV

1985. AMENDMENT OF LAND USE PLAN utility Regulation Northeast District Office,
GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk TOWN OF BROOKER. FLA. The amended Implemento'lon plan to 3426 Bills Road, Jacksonville, Florida
By Beulah M. Moody An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive be presented at the hearings will Include 32207. P.S.: Did you send the winter chill too'llI !!

Clerk of Circuit Courtof Land Use Plan Element and proposed purchase rates, safety and Itchg 12/5
Bradford County Florldc map by Breaker Florida. In accordancewith operational standards for Interconnected
11284tchgl2rPUBLIC the local Government Comprehensive operations, and other terms I BHS Players Honored By SunWith
NOTICETo
Planning Act of 1975 as provided forn under which purchases and sales will be
Chapter 163 of the Florida Statutes.TO made. The proposed plan (including the Whom It May Concern:
: All Citizens, Taxpayers and other rates) may be modified based on public It hat been said this and that. the 11-0 Tornadoes on top With 29-years of coaching at BHS
NOTICE Interested persons: comments, FERC's response to the On. said thy put OKI Mae again on the field, they're also get- and two previous state champion-
Notice Is hereby given that the Townof You and each of you are hereby and waiver request described below, or Cummings away. ((703 Florida ting some well deserved attention off ships to his credit,Hurse has compiled -
Breaker Florida will hold a public herewith given notice in accordancewith otherwise as appropriate Street). the field as well. an enviable 156-904 record duringhis
hearing on Tuesday December 10, 1985 Florida Statutes that the Town The Interconnection Guidelines which She had .nough insurant; to Named Coach of the Year by The 24-years as head coach.
at 7:30: p.m. In Town Hall, to consider Council of Breaker, Florida will conducta describe In detail the proposed Implementation put her ownself away. Gainesville Sun is Head Tornado Although the last state champion-
raising the fees for garbage collection public hearing at a regular meeting plan of Seminole and the Signed by William J. L.. David Hurse while twelve of his ships were in '65 and '66 the Tornadoes

from $3.50 to $5.00 per month. held at 7:30: p.m. at Town Hall, Breaker cooperatives, a proposed standard offer Better known.as W.J. L.. players made it to the All-Area this year arewell on their
Linda Robinson Florida on December 10 1985 and will contract and avoided cost Informationare I II/IItp4 unt Team honor role. way to a possible title in 3A competition
Town Clerk11282tchg consider an Ordinance relating to: available for review by Interested this year.
12/5 mend the Comprehensive Land Use parties at the offices of Seminole and After a shaky start against

....................... Plan to provide that lands currently each cooperative Copies will be sent to Williston with a 7-6 victory in their
classified single family and designatedby Interested persons upon request. Written Commodity Distribution Dates Set first game BHS has been unstop-
NOTICEAs the plan as yellow, be reclassified to comments on the proposed plan and USDA pable ever since. They're now just
of 30 November 1985 I will be the request for documents must be submitted the distribution of
mobile home and designated brown Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces two games away from from another
responsible only for debts Incurred by property of Truby Tetstone, described as before January 6, 1986, to Mr. USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you: championship and face Tallahassee
William B. Miller Seminole Electric
NOVA BRIGHT 7823537. follows at Food
me :
Receive Stamps Godby this Friday there in
If pd 12/5 Lots one ((1)) and ((2)) of block eight ((8)). Cooperative Inc., P.O.Box 272000 Tampa Required: Letter of DecisionOR Tallahassee.

Unit one ((1)) of Carlotta SubDIvlslon. written. Fla 33688.comments((813) 963-0994.will be Copies made of Receive AFDC Taking honors on the 1985

available to interested parties. Required i Medicaid Card Gainesville Sun All-Area Team were

Person desiring to be heard at any of. OR Receive SSI 12 Tornadoes altogether, with six on
the hearings should notify Mr. Miller at Required: Medicaid Card the first squad, two on the second
SECOND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICEThe OR Meet the income guidelines below: honorable
the address or telephone number Indicated squad and four with men-

City of Lawtey Is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs above. Procedural requirementsfor tion status. -
I (DCA) for a grant under the Housing category In the amount of $500,000 under the the hearings will be established based INCOME ELIGIBILITY SCALE For the first team 'offense are

Small Cities Community Development Black Grant (CDBG) program. In part on the number of persons Beginning August 1, 1985 three seniors: quarterback Frank
I For each activity that Is proposed at least 51% of the funds mu.t benefit low desiring to be heard. Person contactingMr. HOUSEHOLD -. PER PER PER Long, running back Clinton Jenkins
and moderate Income persons The activities, dollar amount and estimated Miller will be notified of the procedures SIZE YEAR MONTH WEEK,, and lineman Greg Jackson.On .

I percentage benefit to low and moderate Income persons for which the City Is applying to be followed 1 1 8,825 $ 589 I $ first team defense are seniors
are EAST LAKE STREET TARGET AREA. The Interconnection Guidelines are 2 9,165 '64 177 Lonnie Hamilton as a lineman along
expected to be finalized by February 28, M9 m Jackson
backs
11,505
I PERCENT BENEFIT 3 with defensive Billy
1986. and will be available to interestedpartiesthereofter ZIT
1.14
ACTIVITY DOLLAR AMOUNT IOW/MODERATI PERSONS of 4 13,845 and Aaron Matthews.
at the offices 312S
185 1,34' second team are two
02f Clearance -0- 92039a Seminole and each cooperative. 357 On the
( Demolition 0'I 18.525 1.544 seniors, offensive center Danny
) DATES AND LOCATIONS OF HEARINGSThe CO2
/Relocation $127.000 100 hearings will be at the places, 7 20,865 1.39 447 Manning and defensive tackle Chris
1,134
I 039c) Temporary times and data Indicated below. S 23-205 1t5 ,Dougherty. -
Relocation $ 15.150 100 Seminole representative will be present Each additional member + $2,340 'ItS card. Getting honorable'mentions are
I 051o) Rehab of Private at all hearing. Representativesfrom Commodities must be picked up only at the sUes designated You on or the either of wide receiver Todd McLeod, tight
Properties $217.250 100 the coperatlves will be present at You must present your current card to receive commodities. end Mike, Chappell along"wIth

171 Acquisition $40,000 100 the hearing In their area, a* Indicated two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.lost card will be done at linebackers Ron Brown ',and Gary
of
111 Administration $ **,*00 N/A below. Anyone unable to attend the Certification, recertification or replacement a (Ex- Wise
hearing In.his area may attend, any other the Outreach Center; None will be issued, however distribution during distribution.due to distanced There are a bunch of Tornado

The City of Lawtey plans to minimise displacement of persons as a result of hearing. ception: outlying areas will be recertified during players who should be on the Sun's

planned CDBG funded activities In the following manneri Only voluntarydl.plact involved) distribution' to area teams,says Tornado Defensive
JANUARY 14, 1986 days are et aside for the exclusive Inside
will occur. There will be no forced displacement : Special Notes: special Coordinator Mike Sexton.
Lake Placid, Florida 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 the and handicapped- have trouble standing, please bring a Brown and Gary
If person ere displaced a*a result of these planned net I vl ties,the City will elderly linebackers Ron
any such In the following manners Temporary relocation unit will be p.m., Holiday Inn. 2165 U.S.' 27 South folding lawn chair 10 you can be more comfortable. ,Wise should have been on the second
assist
all eligible
persons For the Glades (is available i to
( following cooperatives
: Food Assistance program
those In voluntary displacement to occupy while their unit USDA' Emergency team, at least, rather than getting
to
provided rehabilitated person or while participating In demolition/relocation program. Electric Cooperative Inc;., lee County recipients regardless of race, color national origin, age, sex or handicap. honorable mention says Coach Sex-
being Electric and
ere Cooperative, Inc.; PeaceRiver follows:'
and dates are as
The of lewtey will provide storage of furniture end moving assistance under Electric Distribution sites ton. -
City
)
Cooperative TUESDAY,, Dec. 10, Hampton City Hall, 10 am.2 p.m. --
the grant.A Hall 10 a.m.-l:30 p.m.WEDNESDAY. "
Public Hearing to"ovld.'clllen. en opportunity to comment an the application J 1UARY 16 1986;' WEDNESDAY, Dec. 11,SPEEDVILLE Brooker City : Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10a.m..l:30 I : Murray's
will be h.ldln lewtey City Hall. Lake Street and Park Avenue on Thursday, Lake City Florida 1:00: p.m. to 3:00 Dec. 11,

December 12.,l$5. at 7:00 p.m. A copy of the application will be available for p.m.. Holiday Inn. U.S. Highway 90 at : Old RJE: School Bldg., 10:30 .m.-4 p.m. LP Gas Service
review at Lawtey City Hell an Monday through Friday between the hours of 'iOOm. 1-73 (For the following cooperatives: THURSDAYbec. 12, STARKE: Serving Stork

.. to J:00 p.m. Ta obtain additional Information concerning the application and Clay Electric Cooperative Inc., (SPECIAL DAY)
a.m.-l:3O
the Public Hearing contact Lucille Shuford. City Clerk at City Hall or call (904)) Okefenokee Rural Electric Membership FRIDAY, Dec. 13, Old RJE School Recreation Bldg., 9 Center,p.m Mlddleburl Rd.. 1 0 I Lawtey & Keystone
7123454. Corporation Tolquln Electric MONDAY Dec 16, LAWTEY '282-7619 .
12/4 Cooperative, Inc., Trl-County Electric a.m.-2:00
ftchg : p.m.
..... commodities In.
Valley box bag to t our
Cooperative, Inc., and Suwannee Please bring a or



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\ : Hampton Hilites Class off 1976 New Arrivals

r \ By Dolores Meng Planning a Reunion ;';' c ,. "", '. :,.: :', '. 'c'','," :": ', .: '.: ;".: ''','::' ; '., .'.'-: .,,''' ,::.' ...... .: .'''' ':.:- :,',1
Phone 468-1915
The BUS class of 1976 is planning a Katherine Lane Baldree "
4-11 class reunion for the near future., Andy and Sonya Baldree announcethe PUBLIC
An organizational Meeting Meeting for Anyone who was in the class of '76 birth of a daughter, Katherine HEARING NOTICEThe
Lane born Nov 26 in Alachua
the Hampton and Theressa areas please mail your address and phone

will. be held on Thursday ElementarySchool Dec. 5. 7 da's number Shear to 118 Design S.Thompson, Starke St.or,Glen-con- General Paternal Hospital.grandparents are Mr. City of Starke is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) for a grant
p m,, at the Hampton 473-2870 and Mrs. Charles Baldree. Maternal under the Housing In the of under the
Boys and girls ages 8-18 are tact Linda Lee (Salazar) or category amount $575,000 Small Cities Community Development -
invited to attend. Glenda Epps 964-4151. grandparents Paternal are Mr. and Mrs.Son- Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity that Is proposed, at least 51 % of the funds must

For further information please other Any information classmates about would contacting be ap mother ny Tenly.is Mrs. Ruby great Hancock grand-of benefit low and moderate Income persons. The activities, dollar amount and estimated percentage
call Alicia Redding at 468-1900 Joan Jacksonville. Maternal benefit to low and moderate
preciated. great grand- Income persons for which the City Is applying are:
Barton at 964-5693, or the 4-H officeat mothers are Mrs. Virginia Shannonand
the Courthouse, 964-6280. Mrs. Louise Tenly. Great-great % Benefit to low

Saturday JamboreeThe Grace Baptist Church grandmother Is Mrs. Gladys Harmon ft Moderate
Hampton Jamboree will of Scottdale Pa.ShayneAlynJade. ACTIVITY Dollar/ Amount Income Pertons
entertain with live bands on Sat., Hold Nov. Events

Dec. 7 from 7-11 p.m. The public is Leland Strickland of Athens Bap- 051 Rehabilitation of Private Properties $380,000 100%
invited to the City Park for an en-
evening. Refreshments will tist Church in Perry Ga. was the Padgett 039 Relocation Assistance (Temporary) $ 20,000 100%
joyable speaker at Grace Baptist Church Gregory Allen and Julie Catherine 029 Clearance
be available. $ 100%
homecoming Nov. 3 followed by a Padgett of Lawtey announce the 25,000
Christmas Parade covered dish dinner. birth of a daughter Shayne Alyn- 171 Acquisition $ 35,000 100%

the For Christmas those wishing Parade to is participate scheduledto The month ended with a church Jade on Nov. 19 in Alachua General 179 Planning &'Urban Environmental Design $ 25,000 100%
at the home of Pastor Don Hospital which was also her father'sbirthday
be held Sat.. Dec. 21, 3 p.m. Sign Scheetz hayride and his wife with approx- Shayne joins three sisters, 181 Administration $ 90,000 100%
up at the clerk's office or call Bobbie Catherine 7
imately 50 attending. Raye, age Brandyn
Sheppard at 468-1199 for entering refreshments of Lauren age 5 3/4 and Jordanne The City of Starke
floats. After the hayride plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned CDBG funded
and hot dogs and accompaniments Hailey age 25 months.
hamburgers
Condolence were served. Maternal grandparents are activities In the following manner: by selecting a target area In which housing units are economically -

Sympathy is extended to the fami- Harley L. (Johnny) and Betty N. feasible to rehabilitate; only temporary displacement will occur during the course of the
ly and friends of Homer Spooner who Hazen of Deer Springs Lake rehabilitation work.If .
died on Nov. 27. He had been Keystone Heights. Great grand-
residing at Susie Lott's Retirement parents are O.J.Ossie( ) and Evelyn any persons are displaced as a result of these planned activities, the City will assist such personsin

Home for several years. S9t.leroy Tyson Norman of Lawtey. Paternal grand- the following manner; as required under 24 CFR 42, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban

Mrs.Hospitalized Edith Ann Casner is a patientin Reports to Ft.JacksonArmy Padgett parents of are Starke.Everett and Mary Development's regulations that implement the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition -

Room 555 at Alachua General Sgt. 1st class Leroy Tyson Policies Act of 1970.

Hospital. Cheery cards would be of Sr., son of Albert and Miriam for Tysonof with .... ... ................... ........ A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application will beheld in
help to her. Starke has arrived duty
New Arrival Headquarter Headquarter Com- RJE Gymnasium, Pine Street, on December 12, 1985 at 7:00 p.m. A copy of the application will be I

John and Debbie Weimer of Grant- pany, Fort Jackson.S.C. A FRIEND is someone who available for review at City Hall on Monday thru Friday between the hours of 9:00: a.m. and 4:00:
sville Md.,proudly announce the arrival Tyson a food service specialist understands your past believes in p.m. To obtain additional information concerning the application and the public hearing contact t

Elizabeth.of their She baby was daughter born Nov.Sara 25 was Korea.previously assigned In South :just the future way and you are.accepts! you today Neal Tucker, City Hall, Thompson Street, Starke, ((904)964-5027.)

weighing 9 lb!. 11 oz. and measured f
23V4 inches. She joins sisters [
Melissa and Cindy and brothers f

Jerry family Ronnie moved and from J.J.this The area Weimer to THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY GLAD TIDINGS HOLIDAY R Rl

Maryland In September. DECEMBER 5-6-7,1985
Attend Dedication I
On Nov. 17 Mrs. Clarice Adkinswas
her Mr. -- _-- '
accompanied by family V It
and Mrs. Calvin Richard of Ocala '
Mrs. Jean Prevatt of Starke Mr.
and Mrs. Joel Smith of Jacksonville
and her granddaughter Mrs. Toye !** "- ; J-"V..V" .', ." ; ; -"icic "- : -1'r: t
Padgett to services at the First
United Methodist Church in Lake

Butler.Dedication services were held that jl i 1 KIST +

day when Mrs. Richard presented a II
baptismal font in loving memory of -1

her grandparents Jim and Mollie / SM __ _
Preister and her uncle Herbert \


homily Wilson The that dedication church.Preister were delivered who service were by the membersof and pastor the eanU 5 Special Holiday Items On Sale Now! (,


Rev. Don Dalton. The choir appropriately -
sang, "How Long Has It
Been?" of"e
Thanksgiving Visitors S
W.B. and Elaine Dowling of

Dunellon spent Thanksgiving week e o e e e ewaited
with their nephew and family Mr.
and Mrs. Randy Scoggins. "Oot1 .
Mr. and Mrs. George Rozboro of c.\ FOR YOUR YARD & GARDEN
New Port Rlchey spent the oetto1o s's get\e. IASHE
,- .
lldaY .,
weekend with Mrs.
Thanksgiving
Vicki Zacek. On Thursday Mrs. Jenny 1'Of1"e,0 -s POLY,& /EEP RAKE x $*&88 aea3"' Color Coordinate I

'... Ferda of Starke and her "U .+*48 handle Very lightweight Your with
1I'Q' daughter, Mrs. Elsie Michael of "" 66 .a 18'polypropylene head"

Miami had Thanksgiving dinner Pt.: 5\ ( o.NU .. Matching Head Stalls, J
"a\\eO .
with Vicki and the Rozboros.Mr. j
and Mrs. Wallace Collins u : a12.39 l UNION *230 0 and Reins
visited her aunt Mrs. Margaret Dry Gomp
>W SAW '
$ 66 American 16.00 Set
Crews in Franklin N.C.,on Wednes- 'S ?
day and Thursday. Wallace and L1 E'a" 6- Made 21 Blade
Joyce then drove to Fayetteville ST'l a13.39 Tubular ..
Ga., where they spent the weekend e Como are 66 SPEED RAKE steel frame ANIMAL & PET NEEDS .
with their daughter and family Don- e 1 at. jJ\8 $A. .. ,
nie and Lynn Knox. Ot'floa 48" handle Scree $A 88 o ;.t
1 "
Most of the Paul Meng family E.O ot.roa&\8 t 219 21 / head 14% GOLDEN HORSE FEED
were home over the Thanksgiving 1 orbo"parea Steel tines Rag 7 69 Rep Peg 589 .
weekend. Children and grand- tU'1 S The Very Best For Your Horse 0 : '
.
Reg SALE .,
children visited from Tampa St. Contains steam flaked corn
Pete, Thomasville Ga., Keystone tndoor"OutdoorHudsonSprayer 2.5 liter $ 11.99 $ 8.88 Digestible protein oJ j
Heights and Orange Park. gallon 16.99 12.44 High energy +:,J
Among those visiting Mrs. Clarice Weed Cutter 14"serrated blade 785 6.44 Fortified with extra vitamins { 1 +
Adkins recently were her cousins, TOOL BOXES & HARDWARE Ditch Bank Blade 16"steel blade 20.33 17.88 and minerals for the I. "'
Fred and Mildred of ''
Weddingcamp \ Brute Bucket 10 quart Rubbermaid 3.70 1.98 performance horse Ltt
Jessup Ga., Mrs. Jewel Morris, her LufkinQ88,
POWER TAPE 7.44
rf b Flat-.K'Bucket 20 quart"Rubbermaid 10.20 591b'
sister and Mrs. Louise Witt of Mac-. Special !
clenny. w 1 1" X 25'i/ Double Utility Pall 17 quart Rubbermaid 9.35 6.88 vzr +
.. i $ .
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Meng a Posiyveloggtelock Wheelbarrow KB-4 4cut( 3995 24.88 Sale Pricing! -- '
Christina and Daniel spent Wreeonblade .' KCP-5 5'1.cu It 8995 48.44 Reg SALE
Thanksgiving Day with her sister End hook Reg 13.29 620-P S3/cu It 98.95 55.88 Dog Nuggets lprol9in 50lb Special Price

and family Mr. and Mrs. Mike _p. $799 100" STEEL TAPE Dog Feeder 12' x 14"x22" $ 3201 24.88 C ,
Slaughter in Leesburg. 12,69 TB Mineral Feeder compartments
Hampton Elementary SehoolSanta's High impact case Holds' 300 lb e 114.15 99.88 '
v-
; Winds smoothly into nylon I drunr WINCHESTER CHRISTMAS" SPECIAL f
Secret Shop .. e End hook ring 3-PleceHayFeeder 7'IO"dlameler4S'hlgh 135 07 115.88
On Thursday Dec. 5, school Tylan200 250ml.lnJsctable 2150 18.00 0'
children will be able to shop at Santa's 'fi: 14% Golden
VPlumb' $4 Shotgun Shells i20.ug. 5579 Thrush Remedy 16oz Kills on contact 396 3.51
Shop adjoining the cafeteria. 166Regie, Dove ft Quail <"> Of 5.55 :
e Premium quality 35 'Horse Feed Neomlx Plus Liquid 16oz scours anlibrolle 1356 12.75 1\
Prices on attractive Christmas gifts 16 Hammer
oz e Fiberglaeehandle
will range from 10 cents to$7.00. The SALE Rifle 30.3OCaeb.r $788 Reg 8.79 l'
Reg X30303POO '" Point 501bs.5.40
shop will be open every school day Metal Snips Straight+ cut multi-purposa $ 7.75 $ 5.22 Cartridges = :ubr; *1025 giizo FOIL PIPE WRAP INSULATION TAPE I
until Dec. 13 from 7:30: until 11 a.m. x Soft Point
Security Trunk 35"x 14'x 13" piano hinge 4995 44.88 -- ----------- __ Dog Nuggets '
A-B Honor Roll :1l 2")('/. )(15' Combines sturdy aluminum with adhesive backed
Children were presented with cer- Tool Caddy 11"x 16"x r 2 trays,lock 5.79 3.99 'W/MHnTER"._ 1f-! 50 Ibs. '7.80 vinyl loam Stops pipes from freezing and'from condensation' }
tificates for attaining all A's and B's Tote Caddy 16"x I1"x7" for tools.cans 290 1.99 e Reflects heat-will not burn
mtv
for the second six weeks period by Creeper 3r x 15"x 1 r 4.steel castors 13.95 10.88 Gifts .. Selection of Lots of Tack WlllnotgeteoggyorwetoutdoorsToolTray
Principal Connie Clark on Wed., Clips to creeper in positions! 2.88 2.44 ,- -. "
Dec. 4. Those receiving certificateswere Truck Tool Bo. polyethylene- 8995 78.44 SADDLES In stock for SSl $1 49 TEST
: 1.89 PROVEN
GRADE 1: Hope Archey Alicia in stock at Great Price! GIFT GIVING Si Flog
Baker Edward Baker Cae Bedwell, '1.
Ted Crawford Jaclyn Crews, AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS MASKING TAPE "XRegtl69 59

Denyse Edwards Louann Hell
Steve Innocent Lisa McClellan BATTERY CHARGER DUCT TAPE 2" x 60yds <
Jason McCullough Shaun Muse 10empere912vak LIGHTING & GENERAL PURPOSE I Reg 3.99 $249 Y
Roy Rhoden, Angela Strickland and Charges standard or .II\
Randee Varnum. maintenaneedreebattedes Reg SALE!

: GRADE 2: Tori Hersey April Scog- e 3-way rocker Heat Lamp*Infr -Red STUD T-POSTS
gins, Charlotte Smith Alex controlpanelswllches White 250R40/1 120-130V $ 1.75 $ 1.44 I
.
Charles Crawford and Fourwaystocharge 120-130V 4.79 3.88
Stephens 250B40/10 .
Red y 6'studded with clips e 6W studded with clips t
George Owens. ,91 Trouble Light* 1.25 .
Ibs.
GRADE 3: Christina Broome, $3988 ForlZOV 15' 16/3/ wire 10.95 9.88 1 25 Ibs. ,
Reg 44.95 25'18'2wlra' 888 7.88 '"
Wayne Crawford Tim Crews Julie For12V $498 $018
Collins Jennifer Darley C.K. Fuqua Reg SALE Par 38 Flood Lemp 130V-150W 369 2.9 \ R eg 2.14 ata Reg 2.45
Sonya Hodges Tracey Mc- 40-60-1S-100W .49 .25
I $ 1.09 S .88 LlghtBulbe
Drain I Pan T/*quart poly
I Cullough Nicki Nutter Renee La- 10'(12'_ 969 688
I buen and Laurel Sanford. Flexible Funnel 181nch .95.77 .fLTBrpCov.r!
leatherlAcryllcplie 11.95 10.44 STOCK PROD
j i GRADE 4: Jose Aviles Eric Don- Funnel Set 3-piece .99.77 GrlpaGlov. .e SuededlThermal 939 7.88 i O'' I
morNOlo" .
and Kim Wilson. Funnel snap-on quart .25 .19 WeliUL Contains 6 high AMP
,; GRAD Beards Safe with children/pets 329 2.50 I Reg 39 80
0
5: Della Dube Danielle Pow'r Pull one-ton 15:1 2595 21.88 TDperQlue g supermallc batteries

I Hersey and Billy Kyle. two-ton 30:1: 33.95 28.44 Plastic B a ga 6 bushel 2.19 1... 9 : length
Lawn&Leaf Up to 40% $2988
longer
GRADE 6: Mark Crawford Joey
I _H HydraullcJack two-ton 095 7.44 30 gallon 2.69 1.88
8 Trash Can battery life' ,
Fletcher and Shallia
Hail Rodger I
12-ton 3329 29.95 8 Tall Kllchen_ 11 gallon 1.49 1.11
Stephens. Starting Fluid 11 ounce 1,09.99_ MUCH MUCH MOREl!
GRADE 7: Wyatt Collins .and T.J AND
Orton. -
Perfect Attendance Certificates
: were also given during the presenta-.
r, tion."

U.S.3o11L I By Fair, Grounds '

I Sgt. Larry Edwards ... 301 North. Starke
I' j Goes to AFB, N.M. Hwy Patrol Station U.S. .

:' Sgt. Larry F. Edwards son 'of II' 964-7871 GOLD KIST

t Tommy F. Edwards of Starke has !
graduated from the U.S. Air Force 'it
j.t engine' mechanic course at SM
t Chanut Air Force Base, 111.
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I He Is a 1974 graduate of BHS.


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were just like a bunch of diamonds, polishedand

One-- BIG- -, happy Familv_ __n___", n_ shining bright. They have their faults just

Elbert and Thelma Thornton are Joined by Doyle Archer, Lake Butler to attempt to make the lives of the residents as normal as possible! including like everyone else but when you care about
businessman (third from left, In a family picture with most of the 16 work, relaxation, and family living. them, the love just comes pouring out. "
mentally handicapped: boys and men who live at the Thornton's Ralford The Thorntons raised 22 of their own children between (each had I 11 by
farm, called Diamond Acres. previous marriages). Thelma Thornton
The Thorntons are one of six group homes in Raiford, whose purpose is "Mama Bear"

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If anyone ever gave a prize for first couples to open a group home in would affect him psychologicallyafter start with one boy and see how it come here a while and then go on to thought they looked so much like a
great quantities of parental love, the 1971. Elbert was an employee at working so hard all his life. would work out. "It was a new pro- live on their own and hold jobs," bunch of diamonds, polished and
Thorntons of Raiford would definitely Sunland when a visual problem forc- Thelma says she felt when she first gram back then, no one was real says Thelma, "Others stay for shining bright. They have their
be up for first place. ed his early retirement and a friend heard of the program that it wouldbe sure how it'd work," she says. longer times." faults just like everyone else, but
Elbert and Thelma Thornton have suggested that he apply for the a good idea. "I told him (Elbert) The Thorntons brought Jerry The Thorntons renamed their when you show them you care, all
raised 22 children of their own and group home program. we'd just be prayerful about it. If the Thompson to their Raiford home as farm Thorton's Diamond Acres that love just seems to come pouringout
sent them out into the world and now Elbert was young to retire, just in Lord wants us to do it, he'll open the the first young man in their group because of a dream Thelma says she ," says Thelma.
they're caring for 16 young men In a his 40's and his friends and family way," says Thelma. .home. From there the family grew had one day two years ago. "The ',
worried about how Elbert and Thelma declde44he .a.-t is -14Soroe ol the> ..boys were out In the field ,See sCO4
group home overseen by the Department were .. retiremenW present! oys cane and I Thorton. Page
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as they are often called, live in a
large, rambling farm house Just out SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE /t. COM
side Raiford. \ J \ \
Each raised 11 children of their
own by a previous marriage and,in \ .i' STARKE CENTER \ iI
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1971 they opened their home up to AY ,,OL.I Oi.LEG
what was then a new program at '

Sunland whereby mentally han I 209 West Call Street Starke, Florida 32091 Phone 964-5382
dicapped clients were taken out of

the institution environment and put A 4.1e+ w year
into group homes.
The project was begun with the s \
purpose of bringing clients' livesas / WINTER 1986 CALENDARMon.

closely as possible in line with
what society accepts as a Tti. Dec. 2-6 REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT 8.00-3.00
"normality." s I Thurs. Dec. 3 EVENING REGISTRATION 6:00-8:00: : pm
"The object of the whole programis I Tues. Dec. 10 REGISTRATION 8:00-3:30: : it 6008.00: pm
to make their lives as normal as Thur. frl. Jan. 2-3 REGISTRATION 8:00-3:30: :
possible. What do normal people do? Mon. Jan. 6 REGISTRATION 8:00-3:30,: 8r 6:00-8:00: :: pm
They get up in the morning and go to Tues. Jan. 7 CLASSES BEQIN/rEES DUE: LATE REGISTRATION 6-7 pm
work says Ty Jordan. Jordan is Mon. Jan. 20 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS lit RECEIVE A REFUND
the director of the Industrial Com Wed reb. 26 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS H HAVE REMOVED fROM RECORD
plex at Raiford, where the Mon. frl. Mar. 24-28 Spring Break No Classes (Office Open)
Thornton's group home residents Prl. Apr. 23 Classes End
28 May I flMAL EXAMS (Starke Exam Times( TBA)
work with plant nurseries and land- ,. ...._<1. I Mon. Thur. Apr.
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scaping.The I
clients at the Industrial Com- ,,- -- r-r'
plex are paid wages which come STARKE CLASS SCHEDULE DAYTIME -
,
from sales at the nursery and pro- .
ceeds from landscaping fees. HRS
COURSE SECTION'! ID COURSE TITLE TIME DAYS ROOM CR INSTRUCTOR
pays wages of administrators, but'not Farm Work Is Fun...
of clients because the program is HES 2400 OS1 I' Tlrst AidIntermediate 8:30-: 9:45: M W 209 3 TBA
meant to be as self-supportive as One resident of Diamond Acres helps with grinding cane this week. The MAC 1102 051 I' Algebra 8:30.:: 9.43 M W 106 3 Drost
possible.The 'boy*' as Thelma calls them love to work with the Thorntons on the farm, MAT 1004 051 C Elements ry Algebra 8.309.4S M W 212 4 Fisher
Thorntons were one of the especially when It's time to make syrup. MAC 1104 051) P College Algebra 10.00-11:13: M W 212 3 fisher

ARM 1000 051 I I' Art Appreciation 10.00-11:15: M W 108 3 Jensen
1.m.J.'f"\!' ...,..........\' { 1 ..... REL) 2243 OS I I' Intro Mew Testament 1000-11:15: M W 209 3 McCullen
Y DCP 2004 051 I' Human Growth lit Dev. 1130.1245: : M W 209 3 Block
f r HUM 1020 OSI I' Intro to Humanities 11:301:30: : M W 108 4 Jensen
\'' PSC 1101 051 I' Prlnc. Physical Science I 100. 2:15: M W 210 :3 Tlsher
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COC 1201 051 D Computer Concepts I 8.309:45: TH 204 ::5 Kachlk
f_it ACO 2001) 051 D Prlnc. Accounting I IP 8 30- 9.43 TH 212 ::5 Strickland
1 -r CNC 1101 051 College Composition 8:30-: 9.45 TH 209 ::5 Sloan
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EMC 1102 051 P Intro to Literature 10.00-11:15 I : THTH 209 ::5 Sloan
SSI) 1010 051 1 P Social Science 10.00-11:15: 108 3 Browning
r APB 2220C 051 D Anatomy lit Physiology 10.00-11:15: TH 210 4 Langford
ity r ,1 NOTE: Additional Meeting Time T II 11:25-12:15: : in Rm. 210
ECO 2013 051 D Princ. of Economics I 11:30.12:45: TH 212 :3 Strickland
r + 3YY WON 2023 051 f World History 113012.45 THC 108 3 Browning
REA 1010 OSI) Basic Reading Skills' 1130.1230: THC 209 1 WadeR
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1170 561 D Programming In BASIC 7:00-: 9:45N: M 204 3 TBA
MAT 1002 561 C Basic Math Skills' 6:30.: 7:30 M W 212 1 Monroe
MAT 1002L 561 C Basic Math Skills Lab 7:309.00 M W 212 3 Monroe
APB 2150> 561 P General Biology 7:009:43: M 210 4 Gilllkin
AMH 2020 561 P US History Since 1877 7:009:45: M 108 3 Dykes

ENC 1001 562 C Basic Writing Skills 6:307:30 THTH 212 1 Medina
ENC 1001L 562 C Basic Writing Skills Lab 7:>> 9.00 212 3 Medina
CNC 1101 562 f College Composition 7:009.43 T 209 3 TBA
PSY 2012 562 P General Psychology 7:009:43: T 106 3 Sussman
coe 1201 562 D Computer Concepts I 7:00.: 9:45: T 204 3 Kendall
U w TPP 1110 562 f Beginning Acting 7:009:45: T 108 3 Welsberg

APB 21 SOL<> 561 I' General Biology Lab 7:00.: 9.00 W 210 0 GllllklnTBA
CNC i 1102 563 r Intro. to Literature 7.009:45: W 209 3
I. MOP 1113 563 r Principles of Math 7:009:43: W 106 3 TBA
CAP 1802 563 0 Computer Software AppL 7:009:45: W 204 3laker

HUM 1020 564 I' Intro. to humanities 6:>> 9:45: 11 108 4 Lambert
helping Out.... SYQ 2000 564 I' Intro. to Sociology 7:009:45: H J 212 3 TBA

These two boys really get excited about grindingcane The boys like to help out on the farm but their main CHI 2600 564 I' Intro. to Ethics 7:009:43: H 209 3 McPaddenI

although they work most of the day five days a work responsibilities lie at the complex and In the Must register for Identical Lab section
week at the Raiford Industrial Complex In the classroom, where they spend part of each day "
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Diann Douglas sonstruction of the item.A when evaluting a toy for Electric toys should carry UL 9eadda Stea c 9lt
Shopping for toys is one of the seal and be insulated to eliminatefire
toy must be suited to the child'slevel safety
many events synonymous with the of development. For example, hazards.Also children should be r;
Holiday Season.this time of year, marbles would be appropriate for an .A toy should be made of durable, old enough to understand the .J. For That Hard-To-BuyFor
children list that .
eagerly produce a :
8 year old, while they would be un- non-toxic, non-flammable hazards of electricity. .. ,
covers a wide spectrum of toys and safe for a two year old because at materials. Select toys of fit the needs and interests 1. .o )!( Person on Your Christmas List..Ji
market. ,
gadgets currently on the Avoid of the child for whem ;
this age, toys go into the mouth The toys with sharp edges or you are .
Before you venture out to fill those recommended age level is usually parts that may easily break off. buying. Look for toys that will --; Give A 25 Gift Certificate
requests, consider that toy shopping printed on packaging and serves as Avoid toys that shoot objects, stimulate the child's learning. If the ,
is serious business. a guideline. You may feel your childis especially darts and arows. these toy does everything by itself, the For A Perm Valued at '35 .
Shopping for toys is a much more child will just be a passive observer.
mature wnough to use a toy, only can easily injure eyes.
important task tan many people you can make that judegement bas Stuffed toys should have labels Remember to consider these factors "We Like To Keep You Looking Good" I
realize. Play is a child s work, ed on knowledge of your child's abili that indicate "flame resistant", as before making your shopping
therefore, toys are the chilld's tools. ty. well as "hygienric materials" plans this holiday season. 118 S. Thom son St. WALK-INS WELCOME 964-4151
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These kids are great shooters I


I -.".. Mark Friedlin National Basket Association proud each to decide the championship.
& BCT Staff Writer 90 percent accuracy from the free Sickler was crowned after sinking 62
LU. The little throw line which would be good of 65 free throws while Roland was
stood elementary school girl enough to win quite a few games in a barely in second place with 61 of 65 I
at the free throw and
l stripe typical NBA season for second in the nation.
y vt looked up, way up,all the way to the
basket in the Chris Mullin, a All American from
ur rI Keystone Heights High The finals this made St. Johns ,
ur y School year University last season
h' r gymnasium which was set at
& : standard for suspensful watching for the fans who was active with the contestants
the height players three
to four times her size. crowded into the 13th annual cham- throughout the competition. Mullin
She took a deep breath and launched pionship finals with the compl.titionn was a Hoop Shoot winner in 1973,
her shot. It rolled tantilizingly the battle for first place in the proving that some bigs things can .:
around the rim for a moment, then boys 8-9 age division David Sickler begin early \
dropped through the net with and Teric Roland squared off to The six national champions have
a gentle -
but emphatic shwoosh! break a tie after both shooters their names enshrined in the Basket-
This but scored an almost unbelievable 24 of ball Hall of Fame in Indianapolis.The .
minor important bit of
25 free throws in the finals During Hoop Shoot program is one of
,+. sports nationwide drama took place as part of the tie-breaker, which is best of five the Elks most visible youth projectsand
I Elks of America contest sponsored called by the foul shots, the pair had to shoot an the organization has underwritten -
Shoot" "Hoop incredible eight series of five shots all the costs of the program.
a free-throw shooting con- -,_._
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test for kids in elementary schools. III! "ItI
10 local winners were chosen in
Keystone Heights and will now com-
pete in the second round of the
7
h 4 y G regional competition to be held at a Crossroads
: fulure date The program is fun for LoungeLake
ti T : : both boys and girls who are interested
,v ,i t in basketball and who want Butler, Florida
to hone their skills for future use on
the varsity teams or beyond.
The Keystone youngsters included
Shelly King, Amy Groover, Chris FRIDAY & SATURDAY
White,Chrissy King,Angela Tomlin-
son,Chris Bullock,Mark Roy,Barry
,. ..., .. . -- Shuddix, Jason Tomlinson and Tara NIGHTS
'e. ..:':f" ," ,,. ,'C". '";4. ']'('agu(>.
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::1. The ten winners all shoot with a
Hoop Shoot Winners... success percentage way above the
These are some fine shooters Mho won on the locallevel norm for students their age. The Lamar Witt Band
In the rear from right to left: Angela ToinliiiMtii! These high
in the Elks young percentage
"Hoop Shoot" competition.From Chris. Bullock, Jason Toniliiihim, Mark nO) and li.ni) shooters caused a stir the
as
right to left on the front row: Amy Grox('I', Shaddiv quite
Chris White and Tara Teague: 1985 finals got under way last April 8:30: to 12 p.m.
in Indiana(the KES contestants are
---. competing in the preliminaries of
Winter TermRegistration the 1986 competition) where the
l1 finalists represented the best of over
three million
from
At SFCC Starke Center across the country.competitors Highway 100 & 121"FRESH

Registration is currently under ftu/1)r These young players came into the
way at the Santa Fe Community Col- llt finals with shooting averages that
lege Starke Center for the Winter :make-- most every pro player in the
Term at the college's beautiful new -
in the renovated historic
campus Bradford Courthouse. QUALITY PRODUCE MEAT & SEAFOOD FOR THE LOWEST PRICES"NORMAN'S

With 33 different credit classes, Has a BROWN BAG
the largest offering ever in Starke,

enrollment the current is Semester's expected to surpass SALE for YOU!

students filling 600 seats. The varied *\ $ -150
Winter schedule includes 18 daytime _
offerings and 15 night classes. l431s'\ l I per bag
The expanded program at the new
3 CATEGORIES
Starke Center makes it possible for a :
local student to get an A. A.
Stitch MARKET
(Associate of Arts) degree by takingall V' Cross AJiO}:
his classes in Starke. Non-degree V' Needlepoint-Crewel : N
seeking students may take one or
more classes for their own enjoy- Knitting Crocheting 12:30.5:30: : U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE 964.6071
ment or enrichment. Fees are waiv- Inside Each Bag is a 10-30-50% Off
ed for students 60 of '
years age or -
over on a space available basis.In Certificate Good on Next Purchase FRESH CHRISTMAS TREES
addition to basic classes in OPEN: ,

Math, English, Science, History, 964-6300 Wed. Thurs.;Fri. 9.4 Frazier Firs from North Carolina
Social Sciences and Humanities a
Rd. Starke
1517 Bessent 9-2
Saturday
being .
wide variety of other courses is n nr
offered in January, includingFirst Norman's Meart
Aid, New Testament, Art Appreciation .
Human Growth and : .
De:rI!tt 9prnegl,Accounting,AH t and Physiology, Economics, BASIC
Computer Language, Computer Loin Pork '
Concepts, Computer Software and Chops
Introduction to Ethics. Remedial
classes in math, reading and writingare PACK
offered for students needing $1191Iii $5 9 FAMtI(
developmental classes. (
The complete schedule is printed ,' Ib. Ib. +
elsewhere in today's Telegraph.The .
Winter Semester begins Sm ':: ';-'. .. Boneless Ground Boneless
January 7 and ends May 1. f
For information on applications or 4.'1 f. Shoulder Chuck Sirloin
registration, please call Lila Yawn, !.i <

964-5382 Administrative: Secretary, at '\{' J\1. Roast $ -329 $229

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I'A! \ \ over 3 Ibs. .

Misdenmenor CourtThe M.69 Market style
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tflhrjstmas aunt s le(9' Bacon

before Judge following George cases H. Pierce appeared Nov. r Ribs 9 .b.. FRYERS LEG 99

5 in Bradford County Misdemeanor
Court to receive final disposition. 3 Days Only Boneless 1/4's 39 .lb. over-3 Ibs.

Robert Demps pled guilty two Thurs. Fri. & Sat. $ 79 .. ; ;
counts worthless check; ordered to Round . 1 FRYER PARTS ,
pay $45.50 each count and make
December 5,6 & 7
restitution. 1S9 '
Joe Brown pled guilty petit theft; Chuck . ,Ib Thighs & CRib .. _, t
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adjudication withheld, placed on- *229 Drumsticks Ib.Norman's l / J.
Steak
court probation. Thousands of Hems .
Kimberlee K Woodland pled guilty '
retail theft; placed on six months
Select From
to
court probation, violate no laws of I Produce SpeciaIs
the state of Florida and pay $45.50
court costs.
Debra S. Hightower pled guilty r
retail theft; placed on six months Special Group of Red Delicious Medium NavelOranges Green
violate no laws,
court probaiton pay Onions
$45.50 court costs. :,.k Apples :
Frank L. King pled guilty retail Pants $5.00 $ -19 d '
theft; pay $45.50 court costs, violateno 39 20'Bunch
laws, placed on six months court This Includes Stirrup Pants BL Doz.

probation.Samuel. L. Reddick pled guilty Jeans Press Pants Jeans Dress Pants

possession of cannabis; 40 hours Missy& Jr. Size
community work, violate no laws, )
Salvation Army supervision, pay Jackets 79Potatoes -
$45.50 court costs within six months. :: bag
Regular Price *32.0w ,t.i _' a

Nov. 5 Docket Day ananas59c
$7.00'weaters Pole Beans
Edward Lee Blocker pled guilty Sale,
retail theft; ordered to pay $45.50 23C lb.
court costs, 40 hours communitywork 4X Ib.
under Salvation Army supervision -
six months.
David Jim Browning pled guilty Regular Up to '24.00 Farm Fresh Farm FreshMustard
driving while intoxicated (DWI or f 4t c

DUD five); fined years$624.50, 20,days license in suspended Jail on- 35 $7 Collards . . Bunch 89 . . .Bunch.,99Norman's
weekends, attend DWI school, at- r *
Clinic, Salvation
tend BUGuidance

Army Jeffery valid supervision Boyd driver Caldwell nine licenwe months.pled;guloltyno fined Shirts & Tops $5 & $7 Seafood Specials .


$100.75 supervision.Caldwell, six .months Salvation Army Dresses 3.00 Skirts $5 & $7


six mischief months; fined probation pleed$127 guilty plus under restitution criminal Salvation -, Cord Walking Shorts '7.00 flounder Filets Snow Crab CtaaMeat .

Army. SIDEWALK SALE Fri. & Sat. 10 to 5
Edmark pled guil- $229 $
Donald Thomas $1.99b.\ .
ty DWI; fined $624.50, license Clusters .
suspended five years, attend DWI Can
school, Salvation Army supervisionsix Filets,
months. _, PAYING. HIGH PRICES! Grouper Cedar Key
Bishop Mason Myrick pled guilty ,

DWI suspended; fined ten $1,149.50 years, attend license DWI OPEN 10 am 7 pm $ 19 Oysters 19C eachII
VISA, MC 2. 'b.
N. Ave.Layaway
school Salvation Army supervisionone Mon.-Sat. ;452 Temple 13" Bushel
attend Bradford Union Across from School
year, Phone 984-5772 High. I
Guidance Clinic.
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I; Hy Mark Frieillm with over 1,000 appreciative reasons that the conferment was be the Nigerian Christian College),
Ul'T Stall Writer Nigerians In attendance, the "Con- ing given to a westerner like developer of the Nigerian Christian
It was a rare and unusual moment ferment of Chieftaincy" was awarded Palmer. He told the crowd of progress Press and ,Christian Literature V
indeed a white American being to the tireless worker in a special in both the humanmaterial( ) Distribution Center and
i bestowed the title of Chieftain in ceremony in the village of Ikot Usen. and spiritual welfare of the Nigerian he is developing the currentlYI
Nigeria,a developing nation in West The ceremony was made even people; pro ess in working with the Center in Ikot Usen. The Nigerian
Africa. more special to Palmer when His African Christian school including a Villages involved in building of the
The honor was given to Dr. Lucien Royal Highness, the Okuku of multitude of special projects and new center insisted that the facility
t to help the people; and be named after
i r Palmer recently for his contribu Ibiono, personally attended and programs Dr. Palmer.
,
tions to that country over the past even performed the conferment.This currently, progress in the development Although most of his life has *been
of a medical-health facility to dedicated to the I
is
high ranking tribal official in Nigeria,
:30-plus years in a touching an projects
unusual in a remote the chief over the Ibiona Clan,which serve the Ikot Usen and Ibiono com- Dr.Palmer Michigan
ceremony
village called Ikot Usen in "Cross is spread over a vast area and includes munities.The Christian College In Nashville from r
River State", Nigeria.Dr. 237 villages. The village in major portion of the Okuku's 1958 to 1974 and is currently a
Lucian Palmer was born and whir'h 'the rrromonv was chosen was speech reviewed Dr. Palmers'many member of their Board of Trustees. ,xit
raised in Alachua and married Ida special also it was in Ikot Usen that contributions over a thirtyyearspan He was one of the first employees to
to the people of Ibiono, Cross start laying the
Coates of Palmer made his first convert in groundwork for the
high school.High His Springs brother shortly is Frank after W. Nigeria and where the Church of River State, and the country of school in its inception in 1958. Rare Experience...
Palmer a"resident of' Christ was first established.As Nigeria as a whole. During his years at MCC Palmer
l-ake. 'Kingsley the ceremony proceeded, the Palmer has been involved in a served as academic dean, business Dr.Lucien Palmer receives the crow and mantle during the ceremonyin
Okuku proclaimed Dr Palmer to be multi-faceted mission effort in manager president and chancellor. which he was honored recently in Nigeria'; a country In West Africa.
Palmer has devoted his life for t the bong Nkori". Nigeria since 1954 and has served as The Palmers still live in Nashville Dr. Palmer, brother of Frank W. Palmer of Kingsley Lake, receivedthe
past 30 years, as have his wife and The native term means "Chief of an evangelist, teacher, manager of but make bl-annual trips to Nigeria "Conferment of Chieftainship" for his long chic missionary efforts -
family, to the gigantic task of improving Progress and Good Works" and he the Nigerian Christian Schools,principal to wrok at the rapidly growing mis- in the still-de\eloping nation.
the daily lives of hundredsof told the crowd some of the following of the College of the BiblenowSUNDAY sionary project there. The ceremony, a rare event for a westerner took place In the village of
Nigerian villagers, many very Ikot Usen in Cross River State Nigeria';
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poor and in economic X81S
due to the struggles this young nation -
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his family have brought the
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college and a hospital among may

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Western Nigeria 33 years ago with COME JOIN US SUNDAY manufacturing and raw material MUSIC '
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f- .,. L All scouts are reminded of the :' Junior Troop 605 had a busy Oc troop investiture. The scouts enter- New Juniors welcomed into the
\\ 4 Christmas parade Saturday morn- tober. They participated in the tained their parents with Girl Scout troop were Amy Parrish, Jennifer
Ing, please be in line at 9:30: a.m. neighborhood campout at Camp songs, gave the meaning of the Johns Michelle Hodges, AudreyTIsdale
\ Kateri, which was exciting for World Assoclaton pin and presenteda ,Amy Rankin,Shantel Ritch,
Y fly everyone. The troop took a canoe skit on how Girl Scouts and and the Casey Trimble, Nikl Moody, Candi
kl i Daisy Troop 410 has been keeping ride, experimented with Knights in founder planned for a better world. Norman, Stephanie Sellers, Christie'
busy. They have made cookies, Shining. Armor and enjoyed the Upon receiving their Girl Scoutpins Clar. Unable to attend the ceremonywas
worked on their Daisy scrap books, other camp activities. from leaders Mary Looney and Janet Hepburn,Marcy Lowercyand
made a trip to the fire station and In celebration of Juliette Low's Diane Moody, the girls said the Girl Mary Dunne.
walked to the park where they picked birthday, October 31, they had a Scout Promise and were welcomedto Recent visitor to the troop was
up pine cones to make bird Halloween-Birthday Party. The the troop by last year's Junior Lutske Stiver of Holland, who is
feeders. Last week they enjoyed scouts came in costume and enjoyed scouts. The scouts also offered a touring the United States.The scouts
bowling. cake after singing a song dedicated beautiful candlelight ceremony discovered how some things differ in
'Daisy'. reciting the Girl Scout Laws with the Holland,yet some things are close. to
+ "b The parents were invited to the Promise. the same.
,. Leaders Cheryl Moss and Lynne
Foster welcomed each girl into the
Daisys... troop by presenting them with their
Daisy pin at an investiture on Nov.4, FREE HEARING
One of the new Daisy Troops had their investiture recently at the First Daisys in the troop are Stephanie TEST
United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Smith, Nicky Gulley, Angela
Leaders Lynne Foster and Cheryl Moss presented the scouts with their Phillips, Andrea Aquirre, Patty
new Daisy pin. Foster, Emily Sellers, Vadra Arron,
Daisy is the newest scouting program with most areas starling troops Crystal Evans, and Candice Gainesville Hearing Aid is coming to STARKEWe
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The Thorntons are licensed for 16 own cane syrup on the farm and the liuulture instructor! at the Industrial:
boys to live in their home and Complex.
group boys enjoy grinding cane a great
they are presently operating at full deal. This week was the first time Crawford was horticulture instruction Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
capacity. it's been cool enough to start with I at Union Correctional ,Institution -
They started out with one young the cane and syrup-making, though. (UCI) in Raiford for years.' 1003 NW 23rd Avenue
man and as their hearts grew to takein The boys do their fair share In the past year, the Industrial
more and more young men, their around the house and return the love Complex has grown by leaps and Gainesville, FL 32609
home had to grow to accomodatethem. given them by the Thorntons in full bounds. "Last year we had about 376-0095 \
The house started as a measure.They built the Thorntons a 1,500 landscape plants in stock, now ;
modest-sized two bedroom home, large fireplace in one livingroom we have over 10,000," says
but has gradually grown to a big, and helped build the additions onto Crawford. Besides landscaping
beautiful 13-bedroom home. The the house over the years. plants, the complex also propagates We service all make and models of hearing aids.
house has two kitchens, two living Thelma has a greenhouse and says hundreds of ornamental plants in Also have t
rooms, one family room, four side the boys love to work in it, but timeis greenhouses that have been built in batteries available. Home testing by ap- Gregory Robbins
patios and a big picnic and recrea- short with so many people aroundto the last year. pointment only.
Licensed Aid
tion area. attend to, they don t work in the The complex has done landscaping Hearing Specialist
greenhouse often."I for several areas in Lake Butler
The dining-room table has not including Lake Butler
been made to accomodate the entire Hand Surgery Center. Crawford,
Thornton family when all the love having them here;" says while he was with UCI, was greatly
children are home for the holidays, Thelma, "You can really tell the dif- in demand as a landscaper travelingas
so they hold their celebrations in a ference in some of them now." far as Miami to landscape areas YOUR COUNTRY GATOR AUTO STORE SEZ:
screened-in area and cook most holiday Thelma says that getting the boys for the state.
meals on barbect.e grills."I out of the institution way of life has "We've changed a lot in the past
have eight freezers full of improved matters a lot. Having a year," says Complex Director Jor- Forget Jacksonville, Forget Gainesville Your
frozen foods we've put up and a huge home-type atmosphere seems to do dan, "We had to come in here and ,
pantry full of mason jars' of other wonders for their attitude and their write a complete set of policies and
foods," says Thelma. Cooking for enthusiasm for work and class. procedures." Best Car Buys are Right Here in Starke at LAKE
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eighteen hungry mouths is no small The boys spend several hours each The complex has a lot of big plans
task and Thelma says she has six day in the classroom, but with for the future as well, including
21-quart pots and all of them get shorter than normal attention spans, showing plants in the annual Brad- CHEVYOLDS.Lease.
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i iI I Two InjuredIn Bond was(set 1 ut $IKJO( ,Smnnono wus released after a $1,000 surely bond rested Nov. 28 for driving while
released on his own 1''ug.\11./1o'l'. was posted license suspended (DWLS), according -
Kingsley Lake to Marshal D. L. Williams. He
Boating Accident Ike Pcrnell D'Iof\ Starke was arrested was released after a $210 surety
:,\ Nov. 29 for disorderly con Four ArrestedOn bond was posted. -
I I A Jacksonville man and his duct, petit theft, no tag and refusingto Traffic ChargesThe The word "paradise" originally was the Persian word for a royu!
mother were injured<< when their boat sign a citation, according to Thomas Lee Herring of Lake amusement park.
struck a Camp Blanding dock at 5 Patrolman John Hodges and Greg following arrests for traffic Butler was arrested Dec. 1 for
p.m. Nov. ,.s.l Nichols. Total bond was$671.50,Dell violations were made recently in DWLS, according to Marshal
l Gordon Perkins HI, 51, was driving was released on his own Bradford County by local Williams. He was released after a
a wooden Cris-Craft boat near recogni/ance authorities. $210 surety bond was posted.
the share line ala I s;UW rate of speed
when he became otherwise occupiedand Ronnie James Tyler,.22: ul i St.iikc Rudolph Carter of Starke was arrested Linda Elaine Austin of Keystone 1iPAIcEAlan
his boat into the dock at the for under influence
ran was arrested Nov. 30 for spouse battery driving Heights was arrested Nov. 30 for
Enlisted Men's Club, according to according to Deputy Sammy according to Patrolman K R,Hinds, DUI, according to Patrolman
Investigator Derry Dedmon. Eunice and Investigator David Jr. Carter's blood alcohol content Richard Splitt. Austin's blood
Perkins mother and daughter Aderholt. Bond was set at $500, he was .18 percent. HP was releasedafter alcohol content was .27 percent. She .Lil. Mitti
j were passengers in the boat when was released on his own a $325 surety bond was posted. was released after a$325 cash bond Wendy Tony Linda
the accident occurred.
was posted .
recognizance
Perkins was treated and releasedbut Fete Hodge of Brooker was ar

his mother, Mildred Perkins of Richard E Cnblis, 18, of Slaike _.. ___.. _u. _.. _ .__.. __u_ __ _.. ._ _..
Neptune Beach, was admitted to arrested Dec 2 for battery lawenforcement Hairplanee
Humana Hospital in Orange Park was i dJi AWIVFItIVlJitEIf /rTwli 8t ;rlV9lRif
resisting arrest with
with chest injuries condition and possible listedas violence to person, disorderly con- JO ANN'S Vli
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duct, resisting arrest withoutviolence pLACEMATS j
fair according to a hospital to person, according to li 8 l
spokesperson. The daughter was not A Speciality Gift Shop
Patrolman John Hodges Bond was
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Marion County to answer charges of tt Reg. Now
Sheriff Identifies no valid driver's license He was ((904)) 964.8547 A ROCHET ROUNDS i! HAIRCUTS
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Monday body night of at a a boat man ramp found on dead San- iRiN i Women. Reg. '14.00 . . Now $7.00
Corrine. Jones of Starke was arrested '
ta Fe Lake was released Tuesday by
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the Alachua County Sheriff's Office, Dec 3 on a capias charging Men Reg. 14.0U Now
William Dircks of Melrose was: failure to appear according to Lt. FROSTING
pronounced dead at the scene Dir- John Dempsey Jones is charged *
cks had been shot in the head,accor- with aggravated battery and Improper I NSYvbAJONf
ding to Investigator Len Pattison.His exhibit of firearm. She-was Men & Women Reg. '40.00 . Now $20.00
death may have been a suicide, -
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Dircks was found in a van in a
wooded area east of the pavement" at Men & Women. Reg. 18.00 $9.00
Earrings are not included In the . Now
the Melrose Boat Ramp on SR-26.
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Six ArrestsIn this week's sale circular. The 60% I Sto'p
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The following individuals were arrested frJBIRGLAS
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: The Friday night burglary of a time in Daytona i on a work release, Property stolen from the Lake
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residence Country Club Estates according to authorities. Butler residence has been partially
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near Starke has been solved and 95 During the Starke burglary attempt recovered,
of the an including one of the
percent property stolen has was made to steal a vehicle. vehicles. Also some of the solen properly
been recovered.
This burglary was very similar to has been recovered from the
',1" South Daytona Beach Police one which occurred in Lake Butler October 11 burglary of the Union
Department notified the Bradford Nov.lsaldDenton.Aresldencewasbroken County High School, said Cochran.
I :. County Sheriff's Office Saturday into and two vehicles were Additional arrests are expected in
, afternoon they had a suspect in taken at that time. the case as the investigation con-
custody who had been using stolen Denton contacted Investigator tinues, said Denton and Cochran.
credit cards, according to Investigator Larry Cochran with the Union According to Denton the quick
Don Denton. The credit Sheriff's Office and they make a trip thinking on the Starke residence's
cards were part of the items taken in to Daytona to interview McNeill. part in calling the Credit Card Hot
the burglary. South Daytona police said they Line brought about the arrest of
chased two suspects on foot after McNeill.
Under arrest was Kenneth Gray they used the solen credit cards at a s t i
McNeill, 24, formerly of Lake area mall, said Denton. Only
Butler. McNeill has an arrest recordin McNeill was apprehended at that FLA.TWIN THEATRE
Bradford-Union area and served time.
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Bradford Office of the State tery and trespass; placed on one ofSCREEN ;t ti ways I Quality crafted to enjoy for years.ASALE$399.
Attorney received 51 new individualcases year probation, made restitution,
and/or felony defendants for sentenced to 30 days BCJ. NATY GANN Ra ,
prosecution during the month of October Mark Clemons arrested August 1 It
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according to Investigator for aggravated battery; pled guilty -- M a
Wiley Clark. aggravated assault, sentenced to 24 2
Two of the cases were prison months DOC, youthful offender pro- GENE MATT
related. gram.Sworn.
Informations were filed on 40 prior complaint of grand theft; Nil C"M ll.Dl.I.LONTA.CB7' rep 539
cases and the office declined to prosecute case dismissed, insufficient
five cases. Eight cases were eveidence as to the defendant. (C eurostyle collection)
dismissed. Charles Edwin Hendrix charged .
Eight guilty pleas were acceptedand with fleeing and attempting to elude, s1
two violation of probations were carrying concealed firearm, carry- F "The Dreamer"
301 DRIVE-IN
filed. Five defendants were placedon ing concealed weapon, possession of '
the pretrial intervention pro- contraband from correctional facili- Starke 964.7484 RecllneRockerrecliner I
ty; case transferred to misde-
gram.There were two jury trials in Oc meanor division. Frl.. Sat., Sun., C This European inspired design Is
tober. Janice Weathers charged with issuing t bold and contemporary, an attractive
Forty-eight misdemeanor cases worthless check; restitution 11II."IER h 1 t' addition to your decor. And the plush
were received and 25 prior cases made. VS cushions seat you very comfortably!
were dismissed. 25 guilty pleas were Lonnie Thompson arrested Aug. 9
accepted and five cases received for burglary, grand theft; defendant
nonludicial action. There was one sentenced on other charges. BULLEff
nonjury trial and the office declinedto Thompson arrested May 12 for
prosecute six cases in October. burglary, grand theft; defendant R': :wfiine 7:30
Three petitions were filed in sentenced on other cahrges. plusBeverly
juvenile court. One guilty was accepted Phillip Lyons charged with posses
and two prior cases were sion of firearm by convicted felon; Hills
dismissed.The case dismissed, unable to locate Cop
essential witness. ---------------
following defendants received Doug Tienan charged with issuing 301 SUNDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
final disposition in October. worthless check; restitution made. Adults .... $1.50

I Prescott arrested July Brenda Newby arrested May 18 Children .... 50 SPfcmtemMk
Van Harold
for criminal attempt, harboring
15 for aggravated battery (2 escaped fugitive; insufficient
counts); case dismissed by the evidence as to this defendant.
court. Marian Fultz arrested July 2 for
James Marchant arrested July 29
introduction of contraband; unableto
for battery of law enforcement of- locate essential witness. STARKE LANES
ficer; pled no contest, sentenced to Complaint charging issuing wor- 1612 N. Temple Avenue 964.8175
six months Bradford County Jail. thless check; case dismissed, facts
Phillip L. Lyons arrested July 22 do not constitute a criminal offense.
1983 for burglary, grand theft, grancitheftfirearm Sworn complaint charging
; pled guilty to grand burglary; victim does not wish to ASALE"Danbury"$349re1l489 =SALE $3791111499 ASALE $41911I111
sentenced to five proba-
theft, years .
prosecute.Ricky "Atherton"RecllnaRocker1 "The
tion, $1,000 to be paid as reasonable with Avenger"ReclinaRocker
charged
10 Floyd Newby recliner recliner Reclina-Rocker recllner
attorney fees; arrested August aggravated battery, burglary; case
t 1985-on violation of probation (VOP) transferred to misdemeanor division. Richly tufted traditional chair Classic. comfortable.\ the Modern excitement, with a soft,
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CO l'(Oct. 11985.; Complaint charging throwing a'
John Woolard arrested January missile at occupied dwelling; cases
25 test for to soliciting disorderly murder conduct; pled March no con 11, transferred to misdemeanor divi NOW FORMING 1986 FREE DELIVERY SINCE 1923 90 Days Same As Cash

placed on 12 months probation; arrested sion.Coral Everett Armington, Jr. arrested Bowling LeaguesBegins DENMARKFURNITURE Credit Terms Available

July 17 for VOP continued; admitted and to Sept. 23 for grand theft; pledno Week of Jan. 6, 1986 t
VOP, probation contest to theft sentenced to
modified to serve 60 days BCJ, take time served.petit ; Ends Week of May 5, 1986

antibuse beginning Oct. 7. Kenneth Dale Mann arrested May For More Information tU'

for Daniel burglary Williams; pled arrested no contest May 16 to trespass 10 for burglary in trial,; sentenced found guilty to six of Call 964-8175 J''",:'" ( _434 W. Call Street / 411 W. Madison St. STORE HOURS

burglary; sentenced 365 days BCJ. months, unsupervised probation. __ _..Ask for:.:Janet! 964.5826.964.5827 :
Inmate Rolando Rodriquez charged Christopher Wynn charged with is- SUNDAY SPEICAL" Mon:Sat. 8:00: III l 5:30:
with escape; pled guilty to suing worthless check restitution n31 Starke Florida
escape, sentenced four years six made. ; bas"raw'r J I { I wed. 8:00: ill 12:00l
months Department of Corrections, 2:00: pm 10:00: pm I '
Complaint charging aggravated
consecutive.Walter Jordan Padelford arrested assault. ; case lacks prosecutivemerit. 1.00 per game A Fact, You Can Do Better at Denmark's"QUANTITY

July 4 for burglary; pled guilty bat
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FOR SALE
lotfirgropri office, in writing' and. paid had
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os'abliblied with tl.lv' office.' CAMPER 1978: 35' fifth wheel American NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI HOMI PARK
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bf Traveler with 20 ft, awning, fully self- Measures 24x36",25 cent each. Great Mobile Home and spaces for rent. :CICtllAtt'WIIUGAK:
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN contained price neg.: 5332411. Coll for patching and repair TELEGRAPH, Recreational vehicle welcome. Phone
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER offer 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn 135 W. Call St. 9646305. 964.7.98.9/16 Hn
THE TELEPHONE. I' '. ROLLS OP HAYi Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur ELECTRONIC ORGAN $49.99 month.No EFFICIENCIES studios and one BR apart illeLR.LI'
Mmlniuiri charge !is 15 words |nr $'.75, Gqskins, 782-3727 after 5 p.m. 5/16 tfn r down payment. Call 9646946.per tin ments. Electricity Included. Low weekly rut i .9a

then 10 C"titi for east word Ilioieofter BRADFORD LIMEROCK MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as monthly rates. Palms.Apartment, r .
( SALES $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. Hn 2314 N. Temple Ave tin
Llmerock ft Fill Dirt ,COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2
CARS & TRUCKSIT 20 yd. semi-loads only Truck Stop south of Starke. 964-8212.. BA apt. For more Information call Lake
J Phone 712-3172 5/23tfchg 11/24 finFIREWOOD Butler Apt. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity
IS TRUE you can buy Jeeps for $44. STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at : scrap oak and pine, no Housing 6/7 tfnchg PHONE 964-7776
through the U.S. Government?Get the .,Doublewlde Home Center located nails. 18 In. 12 In. $15 per load. Oak ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N.
facts today! Call 1-9I2-742-1142 ext. North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this U not 4x4x27" Vt cord $35. Bradford ARC Temple Ave. In downtown Starke. 205 N. Temple, Starke I
609. 4tpd 10/17.31. 11/14.28 trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg 9647699. 11/21 TF $50-$75/week Including utilities. No ,
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 1982 Corv.".. FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for SEVERAL ITEMS swing set $100 Om- deposits required 964.5139 or
loaded with .,,'ro.. Beautiful car. Belt :sale at Olin. Home Center located on nlchord $130; 20 go. single shot; $65 9646566.103 TF .Today and always, may God bestow his love on you.
offer 964.8809. 10/10 TFchg Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer rowing machine $40; exercise bike; 2 BR MOBILE HOME close to city. No The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation of our
THUNDERBIRD: Ford, royal blu., all furniture. 6/13 tfnchg $.0. 964-7569 after 4 p.m. Itchg 12/5 pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call progress.
white Int., AC, crulte, tilt steering, AT WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINES: giant round TRAVEL TRAILER: I960 Coachman Deluxe 4681323. 10/3 TF "
with ov.rdrlv.. 47,000 orlg. mils On. 14 ft., galvanized 28995. Christmas 32 ft., 5000.Call 468-1000ofterSp.m. 2 BR MOBILI HOME close to city. $85
owner Call 533.2403 after 6 p.m. TF layaways, $25 down. 1.752.1999 Lake 12/5TF weekly Including utilities Call SPECIAL

I7B THUNDERBIRD Good condition. City. 10/24 10tpd 12/23 2 CHINESE PUGS: 5 weeks old 1 male, 1 4681323. 10/3 TF STUCCO ft STONE on SR 230E, approx. 1646 sq. ft., 3BR
$1800. Phone 289-9419 for detail*. XMAS TREES Choose and cut live tree female Call 7823253. Itchg 12/5 LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concrete
11/282tpd 12/5 from 2000 shaped pine and cedar. SCRATCH & DENT SALE Home Interiors patio water furnished close to prison. 2Ba CH/A only 5 yrs. old. Selling price $54,900. If you
FORD F-ISOi 1980, 4 speed front with 1.10W to Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. great Christmas merchandise at reduced $95/mo. 964-7530 or 168.1323.10/3 TF qualify for HFA loan you can assume a 45038.45 mortgage

granny low gear 351 V8, PS. PB, LWB., Marys, go 12 ml..N. on Hwy 125 watch prices. Misc. items. 1103 Pratt St., FURNISHED APARTMENT small, suitablefor at 11 / %.
AM/FM/cats., camper special pkg. for signs. 2597703. 11/21 5tpd 12/19 Sot. 12/7 8 a.m. Itchg 12/5 one working person. Port of
52,500 mi. Good cond. $3,995. BABY GRAND PIANO Haines, built In SEVERAL ITEMS 10 speed 26" mens red utilities furnished. No children no PREFERRED PROPERTIES
7823660. TF 1927, good condition. 964-6580. 11/28 Roadmaster brand pets, please. Phone 9645970. 11/7 TF
1910 CADILLAC Sedan DeVllle: 1 owner 2tchg 125FRENCH $100. Boys bicycle size 16 winter new. In jacket carton HOUSE FOR RENT carpet quiet area .CORNER LOTS 3'/i' ACRES, Rd. 100 W & Rd. 235, 3BR, IBa MH

47,000 miles Whit. with leather seats PROVINCIAL bedroom suite, with removable hood. dark blue 2BR, 1 Ba. 9647357. NO PETS. Also efficiency plus office bldg. 30x30, well, 2 septic tanks, 50000. Was a
wire wheels.. 964.8009, 5 p.m. 12/5 twin lze. Good condition 964.6186 w/gray stripe, ...c. cond. '$10. rooms. Temple Motel. 11/21TF successful car operation/residence combo. Owner retired.
2tpd 1212PLYMOUTH : 12/12 1 and 2 BEDROOM for rent.
after 12/5 2tpd apartments
p.m. 964 0963. Itpd 12/5
FURY ,1976. AT, AC fair WHITE MALE TURKEY $15. 7823376. STILL IN CRATE Fedders Cllmatrol Air 606 W. Madison St., 1-354-1425. 11/28 .OWNER FINANCED: 615 N. Church St.i CB 3BR 1 Vt Ba, approx.

condition. 74.000 mil. $800. Itchg 12/5 conditioner: 5900 BTU. Orig. cost $289, 2tchg 12/5 1705 sq. ft., CH/A, large garage, lot 157.5x105, fenced
964-8287. Itpd 12/5 GYM PAK 360 Rowa. $75 excellent will take $150. 964-5054. Itchg 12/5 NICE ROOM private bath. 964-6035. backyard. If you have $7,500, owner will hold 1st mortgage
CHEVY STATION WAGON: 1971 very cond. 964.8711. Itchg 12/5 SEVERAL ITEMS 8 ft. table 11/28TF
: pool w/tennls and you balance In 20 at 12%.
pay
good condition or exchange for small HOME INTERIOR SALE: Having a home table $125. Desk and chair TWO BEDROOM 1 bath house In town. yrs
top $50
car. 964.4966 after 7.30: p.m. Itpd 12/5 interior sale, from 15-50 off. Now's Sears Conner $35; breakfast table w/2; Call 904-437-3308 between 8.30-5.30: COUNTRY LIVING: CB, 3BR 2Ba on .86 acre, range, refrfg

1971 VW BEETLE 'good condition; the time to finish your wall or Xmas benches, $75: bookcase $35. 964.8287. Mon-Frl. 11/28TF DW remain with home, also storage bldg. and tractor. Selling
9644464. Itpd 12/5 shopping Everything must go to make Itpd 125CRAFTY TWO BEDROOM 2 both LR. DR. kitchen price 49500.
1971 CIS JEEP excellent condition. Usedon room. Rd. 229 by Vo-Tech about 2 CREATIONS Christmas and family room garage, $$325/mo.
highway only. $3695.. PHone miles. Look for signs or call 964-6451. bargains Dolls, teddy bears, and last In advance. Walking distance WATERFRONT LOT-SAMPSON LAKE Owner financing on lot

961.6350.12/5 2tpd 12/12 Itpd 125QUEEN Christmas wreath, pillows, Christmas from shopping. 964.6718 after 5 p.m. approx. 100x200.
.76 4x4 FORDi loaded AC AT ..tc.E..c SIZE Early American sleeper decorations, quilts, lots more. Hwy 301 11/282tpd 12/5 SAMPSON LAKE: 1.91 acres: 3BR 2Ba CB, 68000. With. 20%
cond., exc. hunting truck $3,800. sofa. Autumn shades. Good cond. South Deerwood Subd., just follow MOBILE HOME: 2 bedroom, on private down owner will finance.
964-4127. Itpd 12/5 7823993. Itpd 12/5 signs. Handmade Items also. 12/6-7 9 setting on Griffls: Loop. Exc. cond.
1969 VOLKSWAGEN new .ngln., $500. MOVING II Dishwasher, typewriter, am.-5:30: p.m. Itpd 12/5 468-2374 after 6 p.m. Itchg 12/5 WALK TO EVERYTHING: 431 Center St., 3BR. 2Ba $24,300.
Baja,,Bug $200. 964-5092. 12/5 2t 12/12 new sewing machine, office elec. TRAMPOLINES boat shelters, portable FURNISHED one room cottage on S 100. 533 PRATT ST.: 3BR IBa, 18150.

typewriter, garbage disposal, buildings. Financing available. Handl--' $200 per month utilities Included. .DAIRY QUEEN $89,900. Approx. 169' on 301. Bldg. being sold
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LAND FOR SALE weedeater, 2 Ig. stereo speakers, gas House Portable Buildings, 301 S., 9647255. Itchg 12/5 "as is"
1696 ft. Also
grill yard swing w/canopy, ladles Starke, 964-8848. 12/5 4tchg 12/26: TWO HOMES ON LAKE GENEVA Both Approx. sq. 12,700 sq. ft. pavement
bike, gym outfit hairdressers roller STEEL BUILDINGS: buy direct from fac 2BR unfurnished. $425/mo and .HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba, brick Country Club, lot

ONE down ACRE payment LOT facing$75 Forsythe per mo.flood Call no tray, chlneie table. Itpd 12/5 : tory. 30x48x10--$4,167; $285/mo.12/26 1-786-6044 Ja... 12/5 4tchg 478x310, paved driveway, 2 car garage, fireplace, range,

964.5606. 10/4 tfn ELECTRIC$15. 964-7927.SKILLET Itchg Presto 12/5 used once 9043896939.50x77x14--$8978.11/21 Call 12/5 collect TWO BEDROOMS: living room, kitchenette refrig., DW, central vacuum, hi-fi system, drapes & blinds

LOTS A ACREAGEi 20 p.rc.nt' down SEARS STEREO AM/FM with 8 ROLLS OF HAY Buy your 3tpd hay now and bath. Lights and water fur. plus hot tub. Assum. Mortgage of $50,000, 8.75% Interest.

balance In .five years tfn.financing by track/cassette, turntable. Like new store It in my barn until you need It. nished. No pets or children $100 dep., Owner will hold second mortgage
964 6853. 12/13
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ACRE owners LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. great sound $70 964-7927 Itchg 12/5. 6'/i miles N. of Stark. on 16, toward $200/mo.12/5 Phone 964-5033 or 4681338. BARGAIN: Frame home, two acres swimming pool. $15,000.
extended Itpd
with
dn. $70 Call TRS-80 COLOR COMPUTER prison Bahia $20/roll Alicia .WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Efficient 2 $3.500.$350 p.r mo. basic. Includes $80 in software, $23-$25/roll. at barn. Delivery avail. NO DEPOSITS: utilities furnished, 18Roportm.nt. Energy year
9645606. 1/03 tfn. DAIRY printer, disk drive. Originally $1,000, for extra charge. Call 782-3727 after 5p.m. with kitchens, located next cedar & stone home with handsome great room, cathedral
ON MENG
ONE ROAD ACRE$3,000 LOTS, no down payment $70 like new for $500. 964.7927. Itchg 12/5 or 9646167. 12/5TF to Tenneco station In downtown ceilings, stunning fireplace, approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth
POOL TABLE regulation size 45x81, In- SEVERAL ITEMS trampoline, ladders, Starke. $50-$75 per week. Call master bedroom with bath
other
mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tin king-sized adjoining plus two
per 964.5139 days or 964-6566 eves. 12/5TF
cluding balls, rock and 4 cue sticks, swing set, bookcases, refrigerator
LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764;.after. $75. ALSO dining room table 36x56, Christmas tree trimmings. 964-4315. TWO BEDROOM mobile home in the city. bedrooms & bath, garage with magic door opener, all this on
5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn $35. 9646528. Itchg 12/5 Itpd 125QUARTERHORSE Clean furnished fenced yard. over an acre of beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boatrampand
x $95 DOWN WYOMING 40 acres ran-
chland. $98.99 mo., $6,995 total. Excellent "NO ROOM" SALE 5 burnt orange Gelding, registered 4 9648810. Itpd 12/5 dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 month
chairs, $25 L-shaped old with : per
upholstered ea Must
yr. tack $750. see to appreciate.
for lasta
back true value $65,0001
at
hunting. Money guarantee part
formica bar $50; earth-tone sectional 9644570. 12/5 2tchg 12/12 and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Brok.r.Own.r
with 6 mo. Inspection. Agt. w/loose pillows $250, woodgrain coffee SEVERAL ITEMS Regulation size pool at 964.5065 or 964-4048 TF .ENERGY EFFICIENT Brick 4BR (one BR 14x20)), T/ baths, on

8187837900. fcan 229 sale table and two end tables $30 ea; table; chain link fencing with gate CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 'V acre, LR, DR-kitchen combo, den with fireplace. Well insulated
MOUNTAIN LAND for by owner:
etched brass color chandelier $100, posts, rolls, 210 ft.; 30.2 cu.ft. frostfree Highway 16 W. Close to prison. Carrier heat bill
$100 down owner-financed 2 acre custom-built "treehouse" childsbed Sears freezer Duncan din. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg pump, average utility $60 mo.
unique upright ,
Fyfe
tracts, nearby 3,000 acre lake. 1 '/ must see to appreciate $500, light ing room suite, complete. Phone 2 or 3 BR mobile home, adults only, no Located SR 16E. 45000.

L 1 hours 1.404.276-2727 North of Atlanta or 14042763668., North Georgia.fcan woodgrain dining table and six chairs 9645610. Itpd 12/5 964-7619.il/14TF Inside pets. 964-8614 or .WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Ter- ,

r 226 with earth-tone upholstered seats 50% OFF 11 Flashing arrow signs $279., THREE BEDROOM 1 bath block home. race in the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view, 4BR, [

'$100; "peacock" style rattan chair and Lighted non-arrow $259. Unlighted SSSO/mo Edwards Rd 2Ba, 2000 ft..Motivated Seller < _
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9645606. ,
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Coll after* ; "Ifpd 12/5 626-7446. .BRICK DUPLEXf Now rented/haveposflYve '
.) Cfasslflod'Ads.Get 473.2333 p.nu 423.0163 anytime ((800)) AUo-u. casljl'gw'9ogd',
NICE FURNISHED two bedroom mobile "' ,
ELECTRIC GUITAR Squlr.r Strat-O- $200 discount LED Indoor moving assumable morfgag 'Owiibfrwill take second mortgage for
Results home In No small
Lawtey. children no
r Caster. Price neg. 9648091. Itchg 12/5 Icon message 234 centers. $369. Fr. graphics) ''J Inside pet. $200/mo. plus deposit. good client..INVESTORS.

... 782.3363 after p.m. Itpd 12/5 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
OAK FIREWOOD cut split and NEAR GRAHAM: Two 1 BR trailers, Good land
plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.
l delivered. $75 per cord. Rick' Lawn security deposit required. $60
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. Service. 473.4512.4tchg. 12/5.26 week. 485-1371. Itchg 12/5 per KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also
-- ONE BEDROOM apartment furnished. 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled, plus second

HELP WANTEDFULL 175mo. No pets, 9645276. Apply home for family, guests or rental several other buildings all
downstairs N.Walnut St. Itpd 12/5
well maintained. Owner
TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE:, financing.
Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and, FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp

9645065REALTOR Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. Layfayctte I MISCELLANEOUSPENNYWEIGHT Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Owner financing. .

m ea St. 964-50657/4 tfn .A JOY TO LIVE IN Large attractive home In city with little
TYPISTS: $500 weekly at home. Write
P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF stamps and coins, pawn yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR 2Ba.

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND and gun shop. Corner Church and Call spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room.

HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS: Do you know St. Buy. sell, trade anything of value. skylights, 2 util. bldgs. privacy fence. $55,000.
where you can find a part-time career (Gold liver, diamonds, etc)9648556. .
In plumbing carpentry, masonry, 11/28 2tchg 12/6 29 GOOD ACRES: 1 mi. W. of Lawtey on CR 225.15%. down,

metal fob and heavy equip oper. that owner will finance remainder for 20 yrs. at 10%.

/ offers a steady paycheck, promotion * *
OUR PROFESSION kill training life Insurance, and a GI
TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I EVENINGSBILL
t bill for college? In the 202 Clv Eng Sq.
Fla. Air National Guard. These are MOTORCYCLES DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319

Located on 301 block South of military positions. For more info call IRVING CLARKJR. 964.7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2121
Hwy. S.R,100
one MSG Carl Slevers, Jr., Mon-Frl. Call IMS ATC 200X HONDA: 3 wheeler WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454
collect 9045333386. JOIN AMERICANSAT 1700. 080. Good condition. 782.3333
RESIDENTIAL THEIR BEST. 11/28 Stpd 1/2 8/8 Ifn CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408 RANDY CORY 475.2597
HANDYMAN I Ixei upper 2 bedroom, 1 bath convenient to everything, NURSING ASSISTANTS: needed oi
.molllnv..tm."t. good income potential. Whispering Pine Care Center. Coll
*LOVELY MOBILE HOME and loom to live on. Fruit trees workshop and Susan Cook at 944.6220.12/STF
fish pond on 5.31 acres completes. the picture. MIDDLE AGED WOMAN to live In kitchenette
*SECURE YOUR FUTURE with this home for a lifetime. Room for the whole to do motel work and some HELP WANTED
family to grow In. REDUCED $13,000. housework. 9647184. Itchg 12/5 FENCING
*BRICK 4BR, $ bath;' fireplace, heal pump; utility shed many extras. EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home Chain Link or Wood Earn Extra Cash
COUNTRY CLUB ONLY 75000. assembly work. For Info. call Free Estimatesco.

*GOOD SOLID HOME IN TOWN ONLY $17.000: owner will help finance. 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 12/5 4tpd sow .\ The Gainesville Sun has
*3 BEDROOM DW with permanent. roof on 8'ocr. farm fenced. Good "JOIN THE WINNING TEAM" -We need 3 an early morning motor route
value at $37,900. ales associates who have above LAWTEY FENCE COMPANY available In Starke, Lawtey, Raiford areas.

'REDUCED TO $25,900 3 nice acres with double wide. average expectations of earnings and 782.3702 I It/e I I Must have reliable transportation and be able to post cash

*WATER EVERYWHERE: Lake access and your very own swimming pool. .wish to receive above average opportunities. bond deposit
Nice 3BR2 bath brick Watson Realty Is expandingand
veneer with extras.
Contact
Dave Lindsay. 964-8170.
Is offering extensive training Hn _
*CUSTOM programs
DESIGNED Mobile home on landscaped acre, large workshop,
and
full time
u"''l"y' building double management. Expect
,
garage open shed patio swimming pool deck
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to "WIN WITH WATSON"...Call forconfidential
golf, fish pond, furnished or unfurnished.BEST Interview 4734816. FIREWOOD For SaU

VALUE: Highly motivated seller has reduced price from $48,000 to Weaver. Itpd 12/5 Dear,HI Call for Free Estimates BEAUTIFUL ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED
$39,000 for quick sale on this 3BR 1 bath CB hb with family room, fireplace EARN $4.17 HR. We need assistance In HOMES 215 E. CALL ST

I and separate dining room on 1.65 acres plus many extras! evaluating and responding to dally TREE TRIMMING. OP, NORTH FLORIDA STARKE FL.
TWO BEDROOM. 1 bath frame on Cherry St. only 17500. rowk reports submitted by our agents licensedTim's 964 ,
6766.
MOBILE HOME needs work on 1 acre, with workshop, Priced at $10,000. throughout the state. No experience I FIREPLACESRooting
'IMMACULATE, 3 bedroom 2 bath brick veneer large lot. 36000. With necessary. Paid to complete training. 9U.7758 ,. ..,
assumable mortgage. Work at home. For Information send

*WALK TO EVERYTHING 3 bedroom. 1 both simulated brick and stone, .self-addressed stamped envelope,' 11/1A 3tchg '- 1
large'screen porch $31,000 9%" long to: AWGA Dept. E, Box

.ST. CLAIR STREET: large house over 1 acre. 49204 Atlanta Ga. 30359. Itpd 12/5 _'-'-' .. 51DIH0-_ =rr -- SOffiT .
*OFf< BESSENT ROAD 2 bedroom 2 bath large room, several buildings -- SYS-n.tAS.
plus greenhouse, has creek one of the best built homes in the area SHUtTERS g'
*HOME IN COUNTRY CLUB area with double lot. Complete kitchen and Immaculate Custom Cabinets

f / Interior reflect/ this contemporary cedar design. *All Cabinets R..SurfaclnSl .
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BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE *All Types Cabinet Work *Remodeling CUT BRICK & STONE 000 G\) pNS" NSuLATED

*355x200 on two paved streets In city zoned R2. Ideal for building. lots *Also Any Type Drywall Work STUCCO COQU/MA', 00 WINDOWS

UrSOUTHGATIi Beautiful tree shaded building lot. Nice area. N.w or Remodeling *Celling Design Work OPEN OR CLOSED SCREEN ROOMS
*BUILDING LOT on St. Clair St., 5000. Free Estimates WINDOWS
CUSTOM PATIOS
Call 964.6238 Tim Thompson, HOMES
FARMS MOBILE I
,
*Wl & HOMES FREE ESTIMATESPlumbing
HAVI SEVERAL FARMS FOR SALI AT THIS TIME. Call for Information. """"" "
*OWNER FINANCES this 20 acre parcel just minutes from US 301. .
BUY DAD A GARAGE FOR CHRISTMAS

Susan Faulkner Reddish,REALTOR .....'
Sale Manager Evenings 944-404 $61.BO $2766.00 plus' let up and tax12x24 !... .2.. "T""'
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REALTOR ASSOCIATES
MO"'h
*..,",. l enel. Faulkner f4-'142 .. DOw" payment SuppliesFrom
Jf'SlI'Ianne Kitchens .64-76.10 .. Sob Matthews 9(4-72)1 mobile home and roll-up
Handl-House with
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Lou Young .64-7S21 lee Hardenbrook J-7164 garage
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"' * door, flooring tongue and groove plywood over 2x6. on U" Durrance '

i UM.HARDENBROOK APPRAISALS centers over 3 skids; lights, and plugs. 20 year corrosion 'c;.

471-7144' guarantee on aluminum, free color matching: Pump & Supply Co. :-.-
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COMMERCIAL Payments based on 48 months with an annual percentage '
RESIDENTIAL of 20.75% single IIf. & disability I ink -
Rental Available rate to qualified buyers, US 301 North --

_a'x.... Carol 1 Warner.REALTOR ASSOC. clud". 164 N. T.mpl. A... 196'4t-7 061 I We Drill Wells \
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YARD SALES PERSONAL SERVICES- + Bargain Center, Incj:I: '' !t

a, MISCELLANEOUSPAC MEN & WOMEN I 1 1, f'1,

VAliD SAUl Sat. 12/79 til. Sun. 12/8. 2 1762TRAIN !
til. Truman Dr. In Lowt.y, off Hwy 225 NEED A TUTOR: All subjectsK8.. Cer. CLASSIFIED: ADVERTISING should b*submitted RAT- Buy Sell and trade Used fur. Electrical& Plumbing I
Itchg 12/5 tilled Teacher 533.2901 alter p.m. TF to the Lake Region Monitor office nlture, appliances, household Items, NOW FOR Mobile Home Supplies
FRI. SATt 9.4 p.m. Motocroit bike, CHAIN LINK FENCES In./tall]d. Free In writing and paid In advance collectables, glassware, old lewerly CIVIL SERVICE I Paneling Cabinets I k r;
estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. unless credit Is already establishedwith tools, etc. 473-2183 Ifnchg 7/26 \
desk CB base station many other EXAMS t 1 C"mm.'clallc..ok... '
Items. mile down Morgan Rd. off 301. Owner Tommy Reddish 96.4. 559. tin this office CEDAR CEDAR CEDAR Curio boxes, Makes 390 Ibs,n Day I
Follow signs.. Itchg 12/5 WANT TO DRINK MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD mantels, paneling lumber TAG Q.E.D. Available If Needed \

SAT. 9-Il. on Grlllli loop (SE 30lh Ave). THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN roughcut or planed,chips and aromatic Positions Start As High As Capacity I J iQUALITY ,
WANT TO STOPTHAT'S */ CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER pillow. Cal SELECT WOODS. INC. I
All prices cut down on cloth., rugs, THE TELEPHONE. 475-2885 $9.22 HOUR t FOR IJ SS I I II
OURS or 12/3-12
Smurf 473.3146.2tpd t
Scan
toys tray. Air
4x7. Hoc".ygame Alcoholic AnonymousM.4150.964.6194.S64.219 Classified deadline, Is Tuesday noon FLORIDA RED CEDAR CHRISTMAS TREES e POST OFFICE: e CLERICAL I
Tupp.rwar., curtain., antique
cookstove. miscellaneous prior to Thursday publication. i Order now for Christmas, $5 and up. I. MECHANICS INSPECTORS ",..", US 301 South I i'l
and tool. Itchg 12/5 Items pd thru 1 1/19 l Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 SELECT WOODS INC. 475-2885 or KeepPressnf Job While Preparing | TV
GLASS CUT TO then 10 cents for each word thereafter 4733146. 12/5-12 ..
SOUTH ON 3011 Longchamp Horn.. ORDER Doors, window, 2tpd XIHomeForOovemmentExems ---___,- '
Subd. look for lgni.. 9-5 p.m. Sat., etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, RAILROAD TIES AND TRESSEl BEAMS Write Include Phone No. 'I
FOR
RENT
12/7. Itchg 12/5 9646078. Order also taken in Lake Call SELECT WOODS INC. 475-2885 or National Training Service, Inc.
Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Height, 4733146. 2tpd 12/5-12
WHITI
ELEPHANT
SAUl
Tr.oior.i, 1421-Waterfront
4734973. 2/26 tfnBULlDOZERi BUILDING AN ADDITION OR AN ENTIRE access 4BR 2Ba ..
trinket all, cloth.., com Chrlktma Wanting to do bulldozer MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two HOMer Make part of It with exposed block home on Little Santa Fe Lake.
the items Sr., at bargain prlc.. Fri. 12/6 at work. Hove 2 bulldozers & looking for bedroom, furnished or unfurnished wood. Select Woods, Inc has Pine Oak shaded 1.5 ac. lot. Enloy| the'
Cntr located behind the
Courthouse n.w work. 964-5606 7823333. Ask for $150 month. Call. 4737560. 10/10 beams, lumber-Honduras Mahogany quiet and privacy here
at corner of G.orgla and Mark. 8/8 tin tfnchg Red Oak, Camphor Block Walnut 1422-.5 ac. formette, '/ miles to
Grand St. 9 ill
a.m. 2 p.m. Itpd 12/5 PAINTING 2 BR HOUSE- on Lake Geneva Central town pecan and fruit trees '
DEC. 6.7 from 9.4 St. REMODELINGi quality work Panelling Cedar Pecky Cypress; TG cornerproperty I
12/5 p.m. Redgrave Itpd at an affordable prlc. For a free H/A, furnished 4732455. 11/7 tfnchg Roughtcut or planed; Mantels In Oak and paved rd. I

SATURDAY ONLY 9-3 Kid estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg RETAIL OR OFFICE Spac. for rent. 275 Cherry or Cedar. Slab table of 1 20..55 ac. with n.w 3BR 2Bo brick :

cloth.., blcycl., p.m.other It.m.gam.. Out*, SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines SqFt.200 monthly. Carpet AC/Hat Buckeye, Cedar and Redwood. Most VACUUM home East on SR 100. Owner will split '

100, turn South on many Orang.St. to legion relald. Serving Bradford County for 10 Hwy. 100 frontage To Inquire, call other hardwoods available by special and sell acreage

T.rrac. 1st house on I.ft. Itchg 12/5 years. Bradford Septic Tank Servlc 4737683. 11/21tfn order If you want choice wood call: 1414--9 ac. farmette, 3BR 1 IBo home,
9648121. 10/17 WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR furnished. SALE
DEC. 7 & It Larg. yard *al. with several TFchg SELECT WOODS INC. workshop mobile home and MH
homes SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Horn and Available Dec 1. $250 month. 475.2885 or 473.3146 hookup fronts SR 100E.C3993 .
contributing. Make this one a Industrial machines. Call 964.4362 249-7884. 4tpd 11/17 12/19 2tpd 12/5.12 NEW & USEDWe
( BR, IBo block home In
must I 301 South to 18 W--1/4 mil. off town,
after 4 p.m. and anytime weekends. ONE BEDROOM furnished cozy apartment WURLITZER PIANO near perfect. Solid fenced
yard central
heat
301. S. you th.r. Itpd 12/5 for Finance Our Own must see,
retired lady. local wood built-in
,
GARAGE 11/282tpd 12/5 transportation dehumidifier bench Included extras included
SALE Sat. 12/7. assorted
Many PECAN CRACKERS I'll crack furnished. Reasonable. 4737044. $900. Culslnort food KIRBYS
Item, Hwy 301 N.. turn left NW 45th your pecans Itpd 125HOMES proc..or.Mod.1 ROYALS '402--Smoll home In Raiford newlyremodeled
for pecans. 9645990. Also firewood for DLC-7, large capacity bowl and ,
Av*. House for sal. inside Good
,
you move sale. 11/282tpd 12/5 FOR RENT 2 or 3 bedroom. feed tube used 3 times, $65. Oster 16 EUREKAS starterhome
9648921. Itpd 12/5 BABYSITTER NEEDEDt for 2 mo. old babyIn 4732931. 4tpd 12/5.26 speed blender with pulse control, $15. HOOVERS or r.nlallnv..tm.nt. 12500.
GARAGI SALE Frl & Sat. 12/6-7 9 to 5 my home, Mon.-Thurs 6:30 2 BR HOUSE on Lake Johnson. Includes 4733788. Itpd 12/5 ELECTROLUX 1398--20 ac. 4BR 2Ba stucco home,

p.m. Bedspreads, sheets, towel, o.m.-3.30: p.m. 9648290. Itchg 12/5 front porch carport 2 out buildings. 50% OFFII Flashing arrow signs FILTER QUEENS mobile home hookup pasture, pecan
pillow cases, carpets, table, chair, HONEST, RELIABLI person to. do Available NOW. Call 4732000. Itpd $270111 Lighted non-arrow $259. SEARS trees, $63.000.
guitar, drapes, dungarees, baby bed, housecleanlng. Have references. 12/5 Unlighted $209. (Free letters!) See COMMERCIALWe See our commercial properties,

trailer, carteat. high chair walker 4311010. 12/5 4tchg 12/26 1978 MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA. Close to locally. ((800)) 423-0163 anytime. ((800)) repair all makes acreage, r..ld.ntlaIU.llng.. OFFICE
dishes, pot, pan., roll-a-way bed 20 BABYSITTING! I would like to babysit In town. Modern. 4732730. Itchg 12/5 6267446. (Also $200 discount LED indoor SPACE- FOR RENT-Neor Courthouse.
go. doubl. barrel shotgun and 1980 home No limit 9647321. AI N. Temple Ave
days. moving centers. $3691
my age message Young'sSince
Ford Fairmont. 2 dr. 7,. mile south of
12/5 3tchg 12/19 WANTED Free graphics!) lean 12/5 ., Fl 32091
Stark Rd. 100 left. 12/5
on on Itpd
G'J'
Will BABYSIT In horn In Saratoga 1957
4 FAMILY YARD SALES Frl-Sat. Dec. 6-7 8 my I STROUTREALTY
a.m. til 4 p.m. Many appliances, Hts. 9647562. Itpd 12/5 APARTMENT Widow desires unfurnished CARS, TRUCKS 964.6918
DAY LABOR FOR HIREt II need help .
you clean apartment In vicinity. -
microwave barbell ..t. Keystone &
oven weight BOATS
around the house or on the job, call INCOMOHATID
children and adult clothes, high chair 473.2826.11pd 12/5 --. -. 3 Miles north of .:axis
trotter, wedding gown; table chair, 964-5139 days or 964.6566 eves MATURE WOMAN to live In and care Starke on US 301 964.1931
many other Item. 1002 Butler Rd. Reasonable dally rates. 12/5TF for elderly woman. Room board and 'II PONTIAC BONNEVILLE BROUGHAM I 473.3094
Stark. Cancel If rain. Itchg 12/5 ATTENTION LADIES! I Get your salary. Evenings at 473.7947 and day Loaded 28,000 miles New tires new
porcelain-like sculptured nails done 4732183. Itchg 12/5 battery. $3850. Call 4737989. Itchg
BIG GARAGE SALES four family'. Sat. __ _
now In Starke by "Meg's Nails". Call 12/5
Dec. 7 8 to 2 p.m. 706 Gene Drive,
964-7303 for appt. or walk-In. Itpd 12/9
Green Acre. Itpd 12/5 Lost
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes i-
FOR SALE
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES cleaned oiled and adjusted. $1 I 5. Used
sewing machines for sale. James REWARD! Black male Labrador mixed. ItRODNEY
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy Lost Nov. 7 on SR-1CO and Immokotee MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
16, Stark 9648733. 12/5Tf 'Road. Answers to "Minor". 4737162. organ with double keyboard base CARPENTER
MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 unit In NEED CASH Work 1 to 2 nights per Itpd 125BUSINESS pedals and rhythm .section $795. Call

Keystone, house also. $25,000 down week $400.$600 per month possible. 473.2210 weekdays or 473-4648 L. CARMICHAEL
net 20000. Great tax advantage. Only serious workers need apply. OPPORTUNITIESEUREKA weekends for appointment to see. tfn
3734792. 10/24 8tpd 12/12 7823790. Itchg 125MOBILE WURLITZER- spinet piano excellent con

CARCOt 27 yr. old company, build high LOG HOMES INC., fulfill the dition. 1000. Cherry mahogany. Maintenance Repair
Income, sideline business, no Invest HOMES American Dream Your own businessand Phone 4733752. tfnchg 8/29 Carpentry & PlumbingFree
ment. 964-4924 after 6 p.m. 3tchg a beautiful EUREKA LOG HOME SMALL BLUEBERRY FARM 1,000 bushes.

11/21.12/6 FOR SALEFOR 19700. Call FREE 1 ((800)) 6438344. Produces 8,000 Ibs. a year. 20000. Estimate 904.468.2860
EUREKA LOG HOMES fulfills the Call 659-2233 for detail 4tpd

American Dream Your own business SALE Several 2 br Mobil Homes In 11/14-12/5
and a beautiful Eureka Log Ham for good to exc, cond. $2700-4500 each PERSONAL SERVICES PIANO Marco Polo Japanese make.

only 19700. Call FREE 18006438344. Some with A.C. Pine MH. Park Apartment size. $695. 473-7044. Itpd

fcan 233GOOD 4962366. 4/25 tfnchg. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work 12/5
BUSINESS FOR SAUl $10,000 RABBITS AND EQUIPMENT 1973 Suzuki
IS Make kitchen cabinets and trim OUTLAW
USED MOBILE HOMES offer on carpentry. LAVERN H.
down. OWNER will finance and supply motorcycle, loaded $800. 1973 Chevy
one or all. Olln's Mobil. Horn Sales Reasonable prices Call 473.4018 after '
merchandise on consignment. 904.964.5606 6/6 tfnchg 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg truck with tool bin., $795. Call BrokerRes.

1-904-373-1917 11/28TF 1971 12x60 Guerdon Statler JBR. bath CARPET AND VINYL Repair and In. 4732000. Itpd 12/5 964-5478
.
YOUR OWN DELF-BLEAU dishes from Holland.
OWN lean-sportswear very good condition, clean unfurnished stallations. Free estimates Ten years 1
l ladles apparel children., large size 5500. 9647512. 10/3 TF experience Call 473.4217 and ask for Various pieta 473-2347 ask for Curt. Associates

petite combination tore, maternity 24x65 DWi on 3 acres 3BR 28a CH/A. Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 2tchg 12/5.12 it DAVID L. DODGE. MSA KAY C. WATERS

accessories.CZfltrwVtSod'- Jordach;'**prl.,,:Tomboy Chic Lee", ;Co-Mir, L.vl.. ) vj:li ,174.$29,500 MOBIL, Phojni HOMES 964-8399.Pin Esiates.,!J ', 3BA' I ..,.t.2 yt, FURNITURE Hand rubbed AND oil ANTIQUE firttsnes.( 'reftnUMng.; 'Calf-Joe' .......y'. MOBILE HOMES ; Designated Appraiser Res.964-6941

Klein Sergio Valente, Evan Plcone, Liz ba must be moved.'$3,450 cash price. 473-2521. 8tpd 11/7.12/26 e64-4522 Res. 964-5370 i . """r .- .

Claiborne, Members Only Gasolln. $4,500 on a note. Owner will finance. BABYSITTER IN OAK FOREST AREA $35 MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two STARKE. FL. LINDA M. WOODS OPAL DICKSON
1000 other. $13,300 I
Healthtex. Over fixtures, 964-8556 anytime. 11/28 2tchg 12/5 weekly or $1 hourly. Hour 66. bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. Res. 533-2040( Re. 96 .7333
to $24,900 Inventory training OWNER MUST SELL Land and home, 4732931. 4tpd 12/5.26 $150 month., Call 4737560. 10/10 tfn South 301 Plaza I
etc. Can 15 day
grand opening open
$250 down PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt
owner financing.
Mr. Louohlln 6128886555. Itod 12/5 chg Appraisals for Residence- Farm Commercial Buslneis
17528082. 12/5 4tchg 12/26 mildew peeling paint from homes MUST SELL I 1985 Repos, $400 down or Your, Full Service Real Estate Office
HOMES LEASE Will BUY OPTION No cash need driveways mobile homes Call Rick trade anything. 17528082. 4tpd
ed. Several models. 17528082. 12/5 473.2452.4tchg 12/5-26 12/5-26 location. Priced
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 49 acres with older home. Exc. right
FOR SALE 4tchg 12/26 LEASE WITH BUY OPTION No cash '
MUST SELL!1985 I REPOS, $400 down .>cc. financing.
or needed. Several model. 17528082.
3 BR 1'/. BA HOMES Saratoga Ht., corner REAL ESTATEONE : BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 lot w/mobile home In Hampton 7200.
trade anything. 1.752-8082.12/5 4tchg 4tpd 12/5.26
lot. Enclosed garage, CHSA. Phone FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West '/, acre bldg. lots owner financed.
12/26 land and home
964.8652.3/21 tin ACRE in Big Tree Lakes. $100 OWNER MUST SELL HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. & Flume Rd. Owner financed w/ex-
DOUBLEWIDE MHt 1985 Kimberly 3BR $250 down. Owner financing.
WOODEN HOUSEt20x20 tin roof block. down assume payments of $79 per cellent terms.
tub In master bath.
2Bo garden Utility 1-752-8082. 41pd 12/5-26
ed up ready to move $$00, 431.1050 tfn room and dining room. Small downpayment month. 1-641-7310 after 4 p.m. 4tchg *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3/2. eat In kit., grot room carport owner fin. $51,500.
CB HOME 2BR 1 bath, good location take 11/21-12/12 MOBILE HOME for sale by owner. Large OWNER NEEDS LARGER HOME: 3BR 2 BA on 2 acres, CH/A. range refr., DW
and condition. $3.500 down Baloon 9646379. ,12/5 2tchg over 12/12 payments. /.acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR. 2 bath fireplace large utility room and more. On paved road. 49900.

$18,000 at 12%. $300 per mo. Balance 5 SPECIAL OF THE MONTH Homes of mobile home. CH/A central water CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby Lake large DW mobile, home, 3/2 new
yr*. Some part neg. to fit budget furnished new carpet front and rear windows, financed, $34.500.
Merit 14x70, 2 or 3 BR, finest qualityon double-pane owner
964-8251 (keep trying). 11/28 TF Janet M. decks, owner financing. 4681323. 3/2
the market. Supply limited Was MOTIVATED OWNER: Price reduced $1,000 to 52900. Southgate area.
BY OWNER nearly new 3/1 |lust out of
22195. now 15995. Hurry. Clayton amenities. Make offer.
great room many
YARD SALE
CH/AC. Good location nice lot.
town. Homes, 3965 Phillips Hwy. Jacksonville StarlingRealtor GREAT VALUE 5 acres cleared with DW MH 2BR 2Ba front porch garage,
9645997. 12/5 12/12
2tpd 7330826. Itchg 12/5 financed. Priced for quick sale.
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath home, CH/A. YARD SALE-Sat. and Sun. 12/7 & 12/8 at owner
FANTASTIC HOMES OF MERIT 24x60 *LOVELY HOME on 4 manicured acres fenced and cross fenced. Only $59,900.
FP. fan., 6 8 Furniture, clothes, household
telling Ig. screen porch on a.m.
3BR 2 bath doublewide.! hardboard off 325. $26,900.
10 ACRESi: South of Hampton |lust
with In Items misc. lakevlew Dr. between
acres pecan trees. city onGelger -1.1 ACRES with older home, toys.
and shingle, deluxe throughout. Reg. 12/5 *BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOME IN LAWTEY: Remodeled inside and out. 48500.
Rd. Southslde Elem. Park and Hwy-100.Itpd
near $26,995 now 19995. Clayton Homes, beautiful pecan trees, 48000. City Fenced In back yard corner lot.
foreveryone REDUCED TO $62.000 3BR. 2Bo home in city.
569.500. Phone 9645876. 12/5TF .1.6 ACRES 12x60 MH 15000. LARGE GARAGE SALE Something
3965 Phillips Hwy Jacksonville furniture, clothing china !REDUCED TO $27,500 recently remodeled home on S.I00.
7330826. Itchg 12/5 15 ACRES Older home and OW books and misc. Keystone Club HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 301 North 58 acres, Heavy In pine limber. $100,000.
LAND SEED SOMEONE TO TAKE OVERPAYMENTS mobile home, 47500.
Estates Frl. & Sat. 95. Itchg 12/5 COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301.
: Payments of $124/mo. Will It ACRES Well septic tank GARAGE SALE Furniture BR suites, 3 ACRE MINI-FARM: Land in pasture 3 BR 2 BA, super kitchen, $64.900.
REALTY move at no charge. Exc. condition. Insurance .pond/open air barn $33,500 chest round oak table with claw feet, *LIVE IN THE COUNTRY and have it all. A beauty on 6 acres pecan trees, barn

964-7700 7330826.paid for 12/3 3 yrs. Call Jim at 5 ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES knickknacks Sat. & Sun. 85. Corner and workshop. See It, you will love It. $123.500.

," M. T*,?,)!lo Av.. CONDITIONED Itchg MOBILE HOMES 2 3 25000. Excellent Terms of Grove and Orchid across from high *BEST AREA Brick 3 BR. 2 Ba, carport,, chain link fenced backyard. 49900.
or 4.87 ACRES Well tank 17.35
li :.P Od.m'"h r C,,li septic school Itchg 12/5
i r r' .t." Aadm.: BR, new carpet In' most. Payments as Tallman pool fenced/cross-fenced. JUNK. JUNK, JUNKI East of SR-100 at We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
low $99/mo. Free set and del. 9
as up $25,000. Lake Villas. Friday and Saturday. Itchg Thinking of Buying Or Selling? Call UtSUZUKlU .
home choose from. Select to
to yours -4 .
ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500. 12/5 ..
oL"t..c to I'/, ac.. $500. day. Clayton Homes 3963 Phillips Hwy .5 -
Ac. Paved frntg. $12.500. YARD SALE Deer Springs Road. Follow
land tn 301 S>uri! l>r base Jacksonville 7330826. Itchg 12/5
LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. signs. Sat. 104. Itpd 12/5
Commercial Building. Call for -50 Ac.iSSO.OOO. GARAGE AND BAKE SALE Sat., Dec. 7 I. SUZUKI OF STARKEU.S.

details. ,2BR 2BA in the Country $29.900. from 8-?. Keystone State Bank parkinglot.
2.39 Acres, !in city 3 BR :2 8A. brick LOSTFOUNDLOST Itpd 12/5
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home, must desired area. Ready to ((904)) 782-3931 301 South Starke
sell. Call for more details. LAND FOR SALE
RED MARE HORSE none clipped P.O. Drawer M
less than 2 Years Old Brick .me In back hoof old and split. found, call 301 S. lawtey 964.6020

country with 6 or mare ocr... Jail House In Stark 8/8 Hn LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.
'181 Acres, good hunting "woods, LOST DOG-REWARD 1 1 Lost female U -5- Owner will finance. $164 per month.

some owner financing. beagle, off 100 S of Stark.. Call Merrill ., 473-4367. Hnehg. 12/6 WE HAVE DIRT BIKES
020 Minutes from Gainesville High & Griff, 9646767. Itpd 12/3 :. .. : ,, LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto

dry land highway frontage, excellent LOST WHITE BULLDOG with 2 black .y... Steve move on. Power well, septic and
owner financing, good for Lost In area of Purple Gator Feed Broadway fence $6,499.392.0985 or 4733024. FOR CHRISTMAS!!!

subdividing Store. 9645745. Itchg 12/5 TREE SERVICE Ask. for Linda tfnchg 6/13
IY OWNER In Bedford Oaks, over an
Is Now acre, nice building lot. 475.2684. 2tpd JR 50 Good

BROADWAY & WALTERS .. Selectionof

Roberts Real Estate Removal For Only

986 N. Temple Ave. Stark, FL Trimming -
? Go Carts
964-6262 $55545Plus
Stump Removal End of Season Special

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$4995
PRICE REDUCED'40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves 2 Free Estimate You Get A Dirt Bikes

BR frame house, CH&A outbuildings and many extras. Inground swimming pools, complete FREE HELMET!

JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 8A block home on large city lot; Cen-. 473-7097 473-7679 and free Installation chemicals.with filters, motor

tral heat and air, carport. $49,500. After 5 P.M. 100% Financing No Down Payment

,COMMERCIAL Prime business location qn US 301 with 589 Keystone Heights 'Florida State Certified Company

plus feet on the'highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building. lIcen 'Phi 399.5685 Anytime Collect

Call for details. ",2'.12/16 I ,
'640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly ,

growing area of Clay county Priced to sell at less that .da.

$1200.00 per acrell..WATERFRONT I. CYPRESS ''MULCH

150 plus-minus feet' on beautiful Grandin

Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake. .

Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at 57500. & PINE BARK

I MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out

buildings including a 21' x 66' metal barn., loads of You pick-up or We deliver

possibilities. Minimum 3 yds. onDelivery: RM 80 Suzuki

CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING .
COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker 964-6649 $120645 GeneratorswFree

Terry A. Calnes, CSM Salesman 'I
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This new Mercury Sable cost OUT $3: billion In development costs and
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u. was unveiled to the public here III Stal'ke for the rlrbL lime Tuesday afterPublic. Affairs new machine are(from right to left): Ford Regional
NOTICE INSURANCEMAINES noon in front of the local Ford. d'ah..hlll. awned by ('\\ole TI'I'\\lIIl'gar. Terwllll'gar. I\lanagere Thomas Boyle, Designer Rich Brekus anti Clyde


INSURANCE AGENCYl 160 S.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. $3 Billion
Gamble.
to the Union County Times office Complete Insurance Service tfn ..
In writing and paid In advance
unless credit Is already establishedwith LAND FOR SALETwo

THE TIMES this office.STAFF CANNOT BE HELD New Mercury Sable unveiled in StarkeBy I

RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN locations One to six acres (and) 20
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER acres with house trailer, septic tank
THE TELEPHONE. and large shed. Call 4962540. Itpd.
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY 12/5 Mark Priedlin products in the near and not so near
NOON prior to Thursday publication. BCT Staff WriterA future. Brekus told a crowd of ment. ever before in the design. We use one
Minimum charge Is IS words for$2.75. FOR RENT gleaming new car ::dt in front of onlookers it takes up to five to "The major reason is the cost of master computer that scanned the
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. the Ford Terwilligar Dealership] in bring a new car design through;years all the new tools for the *plant which surface of the auto when it was still a B
Starke Tuesday afternoon, a new the stages of development into puts these new cars out, he explain clay model and then followed it all
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES an actual ed. "Each car has about 4,000 the
model the Ford-Mercury corpora- product for the parts way through the prototype stage
i BOATS FOR RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150 tion is banking heavily on that con- best marketplace.The onboard and each part requires one into development.
Main Street Lake Butler. Phone way top ensure a market or more to Install. After the
sumers will begin snapping up like for future is parts To ensure that the assembly would
products to ask
I : plenty of
14 Bass Boot 20 HP Mercury 3upholst.rsd 496-2261 for information tfn hotcakes when they are rolled into questions and take lots of tools are made to specifications and set new precision records, the com !
swivel teats trolling Mobile Home furnished near county the showrooms this Spring. what people want surveys on manufactured, then they had to pany used robot welders in a greater I
motor, galvanized tilt trailer, much line, highway 100. For details call The corporation is banking so this right now. Brekus build a whole new plant to house the amount than ever before on the new
4962842. 125PERSONAL says consumer research is a big "
more. 2000. Call 496-2842. Itchg. Itchg heavily on their new project, in fact, part of the development effort at new assembly line in. design. The welder computers even
12/5 that they have invested over $3 Ford. The new Mercury Sable is a sleek, scanned the sheet-metal cutting process
SERVICES billion to bring the new line to the automotive wonder with a completely during assembly to ensure a
YARD SALE marketplace.The "We predicted a big group of baby ] digitalized interior control set up quality fit and finish.
boomers that is a maze of pushbuttons and the
moving the financial
: Housekeeping Anything from minor to up
new Ford Taurus-Mercury ladder to successful careers in this most modern accessories. Brekus said there were 13 robots
Carport Sale Furniture, toys, clothes, cleaning major. Carpet services.shampooing Resonalble steam rates. Sable was just a gleam in thedesigners' time period way back in 1979 when The two cars will replace the cur- on the LTD-Marquis assembly line I
household Items, whatnots and more. back in 1979, when compared to 110 the
Call Cindy at 4311733. Itchg. 12/5 eye this car was first conceived," rent LDT and Marquis rear wheel over on new
Friday and Saturday. December 647. designer Rich Brekus who drove the Taurus-Sable]
Don's Paint and Body-Calson Avenue- Brekus told the Telegraph. "We models in the product line. production line. They
Two miles south on 231, follow signs. new car down from Dearborne, Brekus perform 96 percent of the weldson I
Hall- Ralford, Fla. Auto point and body figured that by 1986 they would be said the company used spot
Margaret Crawford Peggy work, engine repair. Paint guaranteedfor Michigan where the new model was moving into their own homes and more computer time than ever the new car. The older models
11/28 12/5
Ingsworth. 2tpd. conceived, and )his design team before in designing the model more hand welding, with the
? i Five Family Antiques, clothes, one year using Dupont acrylic buying more family cars and new
t .treasures, junk| crafts, pillow cases. enamel. $159. 12/i 2tpd. 12/12 .. began work on a model that would sedans. We have determined that and said the company had to com resulting imprecision. ;
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.SRI8 &.121. .5all/r"oy., December'7, Ditching. Service Cat 225 with bucketavailable. ,.. supposedly and compete the Germans with in the the age bracket between 35 and 55 pletely rework the old LTD-Marquis .Both cars will come equipped in-
_... Japanese
f.; \ WorthIngton Springs.-Itehg. Will operate hourly' 'or way. 1\ biff I?: buy the most family sedans." assembly plant in Atlanta In which ..4JluaUt with a 4speed overdrive ,
Hercules Call 7523368. "
Incorporated '
automation Increased"significantly.
/, Two Family Saturday December 7 at was automatic tranmission linked to a
Sandra Wade's by the Lake. 8:30 A.M.to 11/284tpd.. 12/19 Brekus is a product planner for Brekus said the amount of money V-6 engine. Later on, the model will
1:30: P.M. Watch for signs tpd. 12/5 Firewood Oak and pine. Call Thomas Ford who makes it his business to spent on the new car is more than "The way this car was built is be available with a 2.5 liter
Nettles at 4963823. tfn 12/22 know and predict what consumers the company has ever invested on really unique," Brekus said. "We 4-cylinder engine with a three speed

MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE will' want in the way of nntmmotiveObituaries. one model before luring develop- have used the oomputors more than tranmission. I
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1970 Great Lokes 12x64 3 bedroom 2 50 percent off 1 11 I Flashing arrow signs
full baths, window-air, plywood floor $279111" Lighted Non-arrow $259.
nice, $5,500. Powell's 496-3377. Itpd. Unlighted $209. (Free letters!) See
12/5 locally. 1(800)423-0163.( ) anytime
1((800)626) .7446.. (Also $200 discountLED Card of ThanksThe William Duffey January, 1907, Mr. Duffey moved to a member of the Baptist church and
Indoor moving message centers. family of the late Mrs. OIlie Mr. William Cornelius Starke in 1985 from Waldo. Mr. Duf was employed as a plumber. He wasa
$3691 Free graphics!) It. 12/5 Mae Cummings wishes to thank the of Starke, died Duffey, 78, fey was a member of the Baptist U.S. Army Veteran of World War
Tuesday, Nov. 26 in
Subscribe Todayl) Full size bed Box springs and mattress, many friends for their acts of kind Community Convalescent faith and a retired cabinetmaker. II.
UNION COUNTY TIMES In good condition. Boys and girls bikes. ness. May God ever bless all of you. Gainesville following Center in Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Zenith stereo FM/AM radio In cabinet. a long illness. Mattie Genell Kerce Alexander of Dover
496-2261 I Gloria Jackson &Family Born in Cincinnati Hensley Duffey of Starke; ;
Call 4963517. 11/28 2tchg. 12/5 Ohio, on daughter Barbara Jean Reidelbachof four sons, Robert Alexander of St.
Plants at Martin's Fruit Farm Apples and Daytona Beach; son A.R. Duffey Petersburg, Larry Burkley of
pears $2.80 to $5; grapes $2 to $3, nectarines of Gainesville; three brothers, Dover, Richard Burkley of
& !II I
Shop Compare peaches and plums $2.25, Donald] of Louisiana, Denver of Lakeland, and Charlie Burkley of

Special Insurance for blueberries $2 redbud dogwood Texas, and Kenneth of Dayton, Jackson, Miss.; daughter, Mrs. Il-
Mobll.HomePark. golden rain and. crepe. myrtle $4. Closeed Ohio; and four sisters. ene Hightower of Gainesville; two
497 2621, Ft. White. 12/5 -
All types of homeowners 4tchg Sundays., 12/26 t' IIo;: I 00/ Graveside funeral services were sisters, Mrs. Sarah Fulgham] of
policies for ,,,.. ; held Wednesday, Nov. 27 in Santa Fe Starke and Mrs. Mary Jane Johns of

I mobile homes. ,......... 8 Cemetery with Rev Bobby Epps officiating Hastings; brother Sam Alexander of
Call for Quote ICI'IRYSLER' 0 Interment was under the Palatka; and 15 grandchildren.
Need direction of Jones Funeral Home of Graveside funeral services were

Olin's Mobile Custom Starke. held at Dekle Cemetery in Lake
IIfII! In MemoryIn Butler with Rev. Bobby Epps officiating
Home Sales Draperies? Financing Interment was under the
loving of dear
memory my direction of Jones Funeral Home of
Call Luina Stephens father, Morris Calvin Kelley, who
Elaine M. Olin Starke.
Agent 196-2219 JDodgeTrudts Cash Backfrom passed away December 8, 1982.

964.5606 or Death is a heartache only God can Henry T. GriegerMr.
heal. Memories of you are treasuresno
'n'o man can steal. I think of you in Henry Thomas Grieger, 74, of
I Chrysler on Selected Models silence and make no outward show, Starke, died Saturday, Nov. 30, at
: but what it meant to lose you, only I his residence at Mimosa Trailer

1 Carpet (Any Scotchgard Aries Reliants Horizons and We God love will and know.miss you dearly. Park.Born in Bridgeport, Conn., on June

: Room $1495 Is Tina and Joey Dobbs 12, 1911, Mr. Grieger moved to
I i: Cleanin I & HalQ! Available Omnies Chargers D-50 PickupsAT Starke four years ago from Ft.
He member of the
Myers. was a
i Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. Robert N. AlexanderMr. Presbyterian faith and a veteran of
YOUR Robert Nay Alexander, 65, of World War II and a retired plumber.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED Dover, Fla.] died Monday, Nov. 25 in Survivors include a daughter,
Starke South Florida Baptist Hospital in Leslie Grieger of Ft. Myers and a
I .' We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean- Chrysler Plymouth Plant City following. a sudden il brother, Jack Grieger.

Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial: contracts. Quality U.S. 301 North 964-6081 lness. Memorial services were held
work at low, low prices.: Call now to make an appointment Born in Monroe, N.C., on May 22, Tuesday, Dec. 3 at DeWitt C. Jones
j 1920, Mr. Alexander moved to Dover Chapel with Rev. Bobby of
Epps
Senior Citizen Free Advice
.... Discount No Mileage Charge_
--- over a year ago. Mr. Alexander. was.JONES' ficiating. Interment was in Hoosick
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N.Y., under the direction of Jones
: Check Yellow All Work Guaranteed
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Funeral Home of Starke.

i I : FUNERAL HOME

Mrs. Ethel Rix
t' 514 Nona Starke Hwy 100 Keystone Heights
Mrs. Ethel Mae Rix
62, of Starke,
; alllf. m.eadinms 964-6200 473-3176 died General Monday, Dec. 2 in Alachua

Hospital following an extended -
illness.
SYMPATHY and UNDERSTANDING
by Mrs. Faye Born in Lawrence, Mass, she
;1 moved to Texas in 1946, then to
Is What You Get From Jones Funeral Home Starke in 1981,where she has resided

UI. utufe Is 11.0""ybUfS to see since. She was a member of St. Edwards

,Vlt.I1.'patnt leading Jones Convalescent Service Survivors Catholic include Church.her husband

Alvin Rix of
starke
two
I a : (& said headings 964-6223 M Michael Gilmore and ;Ron Rlx sons of

Houston, Tx.; four daughters Lisa
,I Non-Emergency Medical Rix of Starke Bonnie Harmon of
Now In the 80t there ar. limn when w. feel! troubled and for Houston, Tx., Patricia Harmon and
'transportation
Thera are those of us who feel l there Is a gray cloud hanging over Donna Jeffers, both of Bolibar,
;., : : of us are unsure whether their husband, wife or sweetheart Is true 1 stretcher & wheelchair N.Y.; seven grandchildren and one
,to Many times we would like to reach out end lean upon someone,worrMd.11 patients in Bradford 'i great grandchild

there miles.Is away.n...t a soul around. There are limes we long for a .. .. & Clay Counties. the A annerFuneralChapelIn.


;:; For these or other problems y<>u may have, CALL MRS. fAY Services were held Wednes-
day, Dec 4
: for e private consultation. Monuments with Father Finley officlating .
I : Burial will follow in
,
I .' The difficult she can do- l< va. business, finances. Futch Woodlawn
In Houston
Steve. ,
I' Harold Texas on' Friday
i '2'- 315 2620 N. Pin. Ave. Ocala, Fla. Johnson Funeral Archie Tanner
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Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

Eyesight ChangesDon't Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
24th Street, follow signs or
Call 964-7109 & We win assist you Tues..thru Sat. 10 5:30: 86 Thunderbird 86 F-350

FALL IS FOR PLANTINGOur Customised Crew Cab Conversion

Includes....
Winter Stock Inventory
Aulew/ Dogwoods various holly trees and shrubs. Junipers and man. Looks Sharp! Diesel & Gas
Available NOW...Paso stock and standard Anna Apples and Donitt Blueberries,we have
1 them' el.ready lor'$'yleM and I.pell.lo".Don't forget tile figs! Great Price ((5)) to Select from
Our Gift Shop Is Now Open
Free eitfmates en landscaping I maintenance Cn BM Hlghtowir at 984,7109
And Ramember..... "All Nature Sings of J. u."
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF USED CARS & TRUCKSTERWILLEGAR
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George Antiques Trunk Restoration: Starks G'vlBo Keystone Hgtx.I : .
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