Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01739
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1987
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01739
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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-[. What is Causing Traffic Congestion on S-301 in Starkc? 1 I

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Monday and Tuesday of this week Dec. 29 says: 1)) South hound Irullic is heavier limn office of the Department ol Transportation t discussed! the siiu.iiinii, wild I JO II I olliciuls
and 30, south bound traffic has been backed usual, following the Christmas holiday, and 2)) (DOT) in Lake City, requesting lights with The junctions ul' US-.toi with 'both
up from Madison Street (SR-100)) to past the local drivers making loft turns from the main turn signal capabilities Providing\ new equipment Washington! and Prntl Slreels have Irallic
I high school on Temple Avenue (US-301 >, arteries hold up trallic behind them. is the only I>solution at the moment, says lights but do nol have turn lanes! further 11.1-
about half a mile. Chief Bowen said the traffic lights at the Chief Bowen. pedmg movement on the busy! north-south
junction of US-301 and Madison and US-301 Turning Irom US-301: onto SIt-J6, l'lthl'rputt artery In order lo provide' turn lane' .It thine,
Benefit... Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen said he has and Call Streets are computer operated, and or west, poses a problem for all motorists. t\\IIIII/'I( sect inns! |pill king) Temple, Avenue
A barbecue dinner is set Jan. 9 assigned city police to monitor the situation, must be syncroni/.ed, since it is a short block The light is set expedite north-south traffic, will have lo he curtailed,
with proceeds to to benefit Vanessa to determine the cause of the back-up, only to between them. The computer is operating as leaving too short an interval b lor vehicles to
Powell. find that the traffic lights are functioning cor it should. turn except on red. Chief Bowen is aware ol Does Slarke 111'1'1U\ buck ,mule .ll'owulllll'
Bar-B-Q chicken dinners will be rectlv. The problem is two-fold, the chief Bowen has been in contact with IhP dislrirtBHS the problem at that intersection, and has town'

served from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dona-
tion $3. Location: Next to Handy wwri ISanarastiwranoosssx M's' x wuwsaars reww alr ralnrM+lnra ,lrgq 1 71 .1 m vsn.< w VSBSfeg / '
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road from MMnMI 1MIEY 7i rLNawN/ Jail
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Play Auditions... r BE RlK&f"
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Auditions for the hit Broadway *
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musical "Carousel" are set at 7:30: { a w Meeting
p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6, and Thursday t+7se+1f rr i 17uP wrr ..
Jan. 8, in the choral room at ti ,.
Bradford High School by the Brad vwsgasMr' s' ,7u. wr1er117ir77n ,
ua ; I ik I wwrrcr; +aaa.owlwl '
ford Repertory Arts Theatre. r 'iW, / 111WpLM11177W7 +r1A 1 tar
Singers, actors, dancers and '
backstage help are needed, including
all types and ages with t .1) nviir u."
parts for several children and Ai,

teenagers. I
Phone 064-5370 for more informa r .F rS' ru.
Snerill Dolph Reddish says Brad
tion.PW t ford's 36 year old jail is meeting the
Awards... f current needs ol the county, and is in
no danger of being condemned by
The annual awards presentationsand
the Department of CorrectionsDOC
dance for Warner r ,
Pop boys \
and girls is set Saturday, Jan. 3, at :44:1 : &i.er. State of i, Florid agency for the
6 p.m. in the National Guard armory ;
on Edwards Road. t Last Monday I Dec 15, 1986)\ \ ) the
Parents to attend a jail population was 20 inmates including
are urged says
PW President Ray Durban. For one female. Although the jail
more information, phone 9646433. has 27 bunks the capacity of the
facility is 21 inmates based on space
allocation of 60 sq. It per person, the

. Surplus Sale... F r generally accepted minimum space
t lor each inmate
School Board surplus property Bradford is one ol 37 counties in
goes on sale every Wednesday from the stole being sued by the DOC for
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off failing to meet standards, although
Orange Street behind Bradford the civil suit has never been

Middle School. litigated, !said: sheriff I Reddish. In
The items, including materials, N.r discussing the status ol Bradford
equipment, and furniture, are pre. 1 ti&teW County's jail. Reddish said "We'rein
priced. For more information, :
pretty good shape except for stat
phone 9648780. fins. And, we're not under any court
order at this time DUC wants
B-Books Sale. !:
on ..
Sheriff Reddish to add three or four
Bradford High B-Books will be on additional positions into the jail
sale during the holidays at the operation "depending to who you
+ Chamber of Commerce, Mitchell's talk to," said :Sherriff Reddish the

.,1- .. Drug Stnre-anfLTho Office..Shop jail currently has 8 full time posi-
for $5 each.BBooks '(1101111. .,'
are histories of Bradford The jail has been cited for lack of
High School, containing the namesof lemalu correctional officers to han
all graduates since its beginning, ', n r dle female inmates but incarcerated
and names of prospective '' d lemales are somewhat a
graduates through 1990.( $ runty here. There are 3 femaleemployees
i e.ti
Proceeds of the sale will go to C ,, at the jail working full
Bradford High School for much time. By working overtime on a
needed equipment and supplies. short-lime basis, the sheril'l is able
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B-Books can also be purchased at to keep a female on duty at all times

BHS or by writing to: Bradford Top Grade Earners... Long range incarceration of females
High Alumni Association, c/0 BHS, could require some other arrange.
581 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL SlraiKlil-A students atllradfordlllgliforthesecund.h-ueekvurcll-rl\ ( > Standing, In rear: :Scott Duncan. Slcicn Tluirnlon, Y\uiini Holm, ment said sheriff Reddish.
32091 Sealed: Kim Johnson, Slicrri llarrrll. Jason llrimn. On llu-ir knees in Patricia Kalli, ;Melissa! 'liIh'I'lIil Starling, Jody liruun.cenler About two years ago. former
The BUS Alumni Association is are Robert Thorpe.! left, mid DavId Tlnir|"". Nut: in photo: Tammy Tliomuson.! Judge R.A. ( Burry I Green issued a
set to meet at 7 p.m. Jan. 8 in the court order to transfer Debra Ban
c BHS Library. nister to Alachua County jail at the
13 Earn Straight-A's at Bradford HighThirteen request of Sheriff Reddish Alachua
Nut Sale... County bIlled Bradford $33 per day

The next and probably final for her board and keep.
pecan auction of the season is set Bradford High students, and Mrs. William Harrell ol Lawtey. Miss Starling, a starter on Juniors: The 36 year old jail has been well
at noon Jan. 8 at the Starke State or 1.2 percent of the 1,070-member Brooker. Miss!: Harrell is enrolled in the girl's varsity basketball and sol t- Jason M. Brown son of Mr and maintained says the sheriff. The
Farmer's Market on US-301 north. student body, earned straightA'sfor humanities anatomy and ball teams Is enrolled In in- !Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. structure is sound and does not need
Unless something unforseen the second six-week grading physiology economics, honors dwidualAiuat sports I, economics, Brown is enrolled in intermediate replacement although more spaceis
comes there will be only one period which ended Dec. 7. English 12, along with several Santa Spanish II, along with several Santa needed. Sheriff Reddish said he
more sale, says Market ManagerBob Another 103 BHS students, or 9.6 Fe Community College classes. Fe Community College classes. weight I. training, drawing team and pain would like to add a dormitory to
ting trigonometry I.
Allen. percent of the student body, earnedall Melissa A. Miller, daughter ol Mr. advance world sports house 12-15 inmates to relieve over
The Dec. 11 sale saw 11,279 A's or B's for places on the A-B and Mrs. James Miller of Brooker. Tammy L. Thomason daughter of and history crowding, at a minimal cost to the
11, I,,
pounds of nuts sold. Stuarts nuts honor roll for the second sixweeks.The Miss Miller is enrolled in music Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomason ol English chemistry county
averaged 62 cents per pound, Curtis straight-A students are, by theory standard English 12, tutorial Brooker. Miss Thomason is enrolledin Jody L. Bruwn. son ol Mr. and Some Florida counties are failing
58 cents and seedlings 55 cents. It is grade: program, portfolio I. trigonometry, computer programming, honors Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. to serve warrants because of overcrowding -
i a good year for pecans, says Allen, Seniors computer graphics, and guitar II. English 12, trigonometry, anatomy Brown is enrolled in intermediate of their jails: but this is not

with 75,000 pounds of nuts being : of Mr. Maxine Ann Starling daughter of and "hyology; economics, typing I, 4..... 'A'M... r..a: M (>",.Juil.I'1\1. >
sold at the five sales so far. Sherrl I Harrell, daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Starling of and study hall.

t Child Find... Marion Payne'S Retirement Plan Makes for the Good Life I

1,, Do you know a child with'a han- .,
, dicap? by Buster RahnBC' perties in the Starke area. Real principle, and lound it to be an excellent Machinist 2nd class. M.tnon Paynewas
Child Find is one part of the estate prices now are too high Planhead.... guide lor reaching two goals aboard ship in San Diego. CA.
Florida Diagnostic and Learning F Staff Writer Payne says, for investing in rental Payne relates his insight to plan 1) providing financial security and, headed bur Pearl Harbor in Hawaii
Resources System (FDLRS) that Can a low paid school teacher turn property. This doesn't mean oppor- ahead began in high school, when his 2) giving him something to do in and service in the Pacific Theater of
lends support services to exceptional an $80 a month car payment into a tunities aren't out there, but one has teacher, F.J. Neiderhouser, advisedhis retirement. The plan has worked Operations From Hawaii the naval
. student education programsin rental property empire in Starke? to be selective in the properly pur- students to buy real estate, set well for the Payne family vessel was directed! to return( to

a six county area: Bradford, Marion Payne did just that. chased,and get it at a price compatible life goals and make long range Green Cove Springs for decommissioning -
Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, Payne, a retired school teacher, is with the income it will generate plans, even retirement plans. Payne The Beginning... While assigned to
. and Union Counties. a local investor with 12 rental pro- either through rent or resale. accepted the advice as a guiding When WWII ended in 1945. Motor the facility in Green CO\('. Payne
One function of Child Find is mel Lucille Crulchlield. then livingIn
identification of potentially han- --- -- St Augustine.>: They were married!
dicapped preschool students, and A in June, 1916.Marion .
the location of children and youth J and Lucille Pay iu arrivedin
t between birth and 21 years of age Starke in a 16 year old Pontiac
who may have a handicapping condition r 4 1 t vintage 1935, with a few clothes a
.r and is not receiving services. college degree for each and little!
Some areas of the handicapping M y't else. They began teaching in Bradford -
f conditions may be speech, County schools in the l.-ll ol 1950
f language, hearing, visition, learning at a salary-of $2.400\ perear, and
_ behavior or physical problems.If 1 continued for 36( years:, leaching: I in
you know of a child who may -j the classroom, and working in ad
be handicapped, contact ministration.The .
J FDLRS/Child Find at (904) 328-8811 Fat first day of school in 1930. the
f in Putnam County or write 1 Paynes parked their old! car in the
d. FDLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box 159, school parking lot During the div a
Bostwick, FL 32007.Upcoming. group ol teachers>: including Mrs.
Payne walked by the car. and one
teacher remarked "they shouldn't
... allow anyone to.park thai old wreck
The Bradford County Commis- near the'school. Mrs. Payne didn't
sion is set to meet at 9:30: a.m. bother to explain that she ow ned the
Monday, Jan. 5, in the courthouse car.
The Lawtey city council Is set to 9s r 'rt iiC .,

meet at 7:30: p.m. Monday, Jan. 5, LMIIH vii, the 1'd ilea bought a now
in city hall at Lawtey. du A Plumber, and Electrician, and... Dodge car, with payments of $80 per
The first Tuesday meeting of the month. When the car was out,
Starke city commission is set for It require a Jack-of-all-trudes to run a rental housing business built Mr. Payne opened a special raid
'7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6. up over 30 Yl'ara. Marlon Payne keep! two tool I bores in the trunk of hN In a local bank, and continued to
" The Board of Governors of the old blue Pontiac one filled with plumbing! supplies and tools, one fill..d'With save the $80 each month. This prac
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- t'll'drlcalliupplll'''.
tice was continued for
many years,
merce is set for 12:15 p.m. Thursday Twelve rental uniW keep Payne busy making minor repairs, looking even after they began to make investments
Jan. 8, in the board room of after Ihe property. The most ullplt'uanlallpl'c& l' having to collect the in rental property. The
the Starke Center of SFCC. rent from tennanU who don'l pay on lime, or finding a tniiunt hall left savings, begun when their first new

The Town Council of Brooker without notice. car was paid for in the mid 1950's,
meets the second Tuesday Dec. 13, But it's not all work and no play for the retired educator. Ollol"f'cpni provided the nucleus for their real
, at 7:30: p.m. in city hall. day Payne was found watching a TV show with on* lennunl before he estate business.
. The Hampton city council meets tackled Ihe next problem. And one afternoon his planned work look aback

, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13, in city seat to a fishing trip to Kowrll Lake and 21 nice Specs. (SI'll> lit'.IM\; |

: hall.


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School Building Progi ara Planned I' I IAn

ambitious $1.2 million school Member Len Schlolman.' gain ot two classrooms when the ag alarm intercom and bafety-to-lile
building program was approved Drivas said it would cost$15,000 to shop is converted. and health projects, $10,000.
Monday, Dec. 15, by the Bradford put a 3-to-l sloped roof on the SE of- Drivas said the top roof on the SB.: remodel administration area
school l board as presented by Supt. lice complex because it has to have auditorium, built in 1954, is in good and construction of skills lab area,
Jim Duncan. steel trusses according to state shape but the lower side roofs are in $103,000 ,
But the board isn't buying a pro- Department of Education regulations "pitiful shape." Existing ductworkin District office: completion of
posal for a Hat roof on the new administrative But the architect finally, acceded the auditorium is in excellent con- records storage vault, $6,000. :-
wing as suggested by to the school board request to dition, he said. The mechanical Site improvement and construc-
new architect Spiros Drivas. The draw in a 3-to-l sloped roof system should be completely replaced tion of paved parking, access areas,
I.5UO square loot addition, budgeted he added. and drainage at SS, LE, Vo-Tech,
lit $103,000, Is scheduled to go bet- Drivas also told the board he Drivas said he hopes to be ready BHS, BMS, SE, $45,000.
ween two classroom wings at SE. hopes by the end of December to lor construction on the three projectin Three portable, relocatable
Architect Drivas contended the flat have detailed cost lists ready and by May 1987 classrooms for CVD range, BITS and
root of 1/4-inch per foot slope and Jan 20 to have full scale A run-down of the school building SS, $68,000
consisting of a plastic membrane preliminary documents ready to projects is: .Re-roofing at SE and Vo-Tech
would last that he has put them on send to Tallahassee for DOE approval Center, $50.000
Duval school buildings since the on the new SE administrative Projects Completed... BHS gymnasium/locker room
mid-1970s and none have leaked yet complex, the $400,000 auditorium Cdvered walkways at SE, BHS, renovation, $400,000. Funds for this f
All Drivas got was disbelief and renovation, a new science SS, BMS,and HE. $85,000. project are being requested from the
negative shakes of the their heads laboratory at Bradford High, and on Vocational Commercial Vehicle 1987 state Legislature.
from Bradford school board changing the former ag shop into Driving Range, $255,000. -
members burned too many times tour smaller than usual classrooms
with Hat roots leaking. "That's one for compensatory education. The Under Construction.. ::1Z1: f
way to lose an election-have another science lab will take up two Correction of classroom walls and
school roof leak," said Board classrooms but BUS will have a net cafeteria freezer space at Lawtey

Ele, $4,500.Projects.

I Workers Must Fill Out Planned...

New W-4 Forms for TaxesEmployed and BHS science: remodel lab vocational construction lab area, 1 1m

persons have been tiling early as possible Although the lorm $177,000
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is complex, the average person can BHS.: auditorium renovation,
W-4 forms with their employerswhen complete it without professional $400,000..Various.
school centers fire
they begin work, or at the assistance : Happy
beginning of each new year, for NEW YF4R!
decades. This year, however, is different
'J. '
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The 1986 lax reform measure mandates 1 "
the filing of a new IRS W-4
form that requires the preparationof I
a complex work-paper prior to
filling in the blanks of the form. If We hope the New
the work-paper is
prepared resulting in incorrect Year bowls you over May you walk in health, live in sun-

could figures either on the W-4 have, the too employee much with happiness and shine, and find the open door to hap-

deducted,or,be subject to a$500 tineif prosperity. piness in the New Year.
too little is taken out

Penalty.. ( Iu I ( IN1L .
Page 2 of the IRS W-4 form states WILLIAMS JEWELRY
'You may be fined $500 if, with no STARKE LANES
reasonable basis,you file a form W-4
that results in less tax being CLUB 25 101 E. Call St. Bradford Sq. Shop. Ctr.
withheld than is properly allowable.
In addition, criminal penalties apply 964-8175 964-7064 96-1-8485
for willfully supplying false or
I Ii
fraudulent information or failing to rl
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supply information requiring an increase o
in withholding.

When to File... pt' 'tw. / Terwillegar Motors PresentsGALORE

File the new form W-4 as soon as
possible. Although the law allows liling f
the new form as late as October
I, 1987,late filing could result in having
to pay in a large amount at one
time, or subject the taxpayer to the fj
penalty noted above. HAPPY\ ...I.IB
The tax reform law of 1986 probably
lowers taxes for most wage I
earners, but many ramifications of ::')
the measure are not yet known,even NEW
by those who passed the law, according { '&'
to professional tax preparers FOR THE NEW YEAR \
Taxes for 1986 aren't really affected, YEAR. "
but the changes will be phased: in ,. -
over a period of time. Taxpayers I
will see a substantial change next tt'-s us" chime in -- --
about timefor
.. just ; to. 1986 RANGER
year, when tax returns" -are' ,
prepared. with our fond wishes for a wonderfulyear.
Employers will receive a supply ol We offer thanks for friend- L
W-4 forms,probably this week. Each your -Supercab
employee should obtain a form,till it ship.
put, and return it to his employer as 01 __ V-6, 5 Speed

Reward Offered Tach, Air

For Burglary Info Int. Wipers

Leo Dyal ol La wiry b offering a rroanl Jones Funeral HomeStarke
fur information leading! to the recovery of
1''l' $8900
Irma stolen from hw home on batimluy Dec. 964.6200 I

27.A microwave men. color television Rem Jones Convalescent ServicesStarke
ington automatic shotgun. ,287mm rifle with *.
964-6223 t tttttttt
rope.and a small amount of cash werrstolen. 86 RANGER n ,;

Contact Dyal at 782.3538 or write PO. '
Box 720.......... .Fl.: 4x4 V-6 ;

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$9'9"95 :
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LWB XLT, Air, Tu-Tone, Stereo $ 899 5 ':

Cass., Clock, 60/40 Split Seats . . . . . I

LI 87 Ranger 8' . ONLY $6295)) ;

1986 F-150 ((4x4)) i

117, Fire Side, i

Air, Headliner 1

$10,995 r. J

] t 0' f\U. 1986 Escort Or $300 I I

3.9 ,0 2 Door $7995 Cash

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We take pleasure in wishing all. 1986 1987 TAURUS MT-5

our friends a prosperous 1987. ;. Escort Super Sale Reg.14,397

Our very best to you. 4 Door Fully Loaded -

$8200 $12,195 !


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unaarsM.tees it I Jax 388-FORD G'ville 377-1096


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January I. t9x6 TKI.KfiltAPII "oI"I'3A

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Collect Past Due Bill... I

Tuesday morning, Dec. 30 telephones in the Bradford County
Telegraph died at a most inconvenient time, since the paper was
scheduled to be "put to bed" Tuesday evening because of New' Year's
coming on Wednesday.
rdr. Editor Bob Ferguson dispatched an emissary to the Centel office, to
notify them of the outage, since it was impossible to notify them other-
wist Local supervisor Glenn "Shorty" Norman explained the problemwas
in the electronic switching gear, and he didn't know the cause of the ,
outage beyond those general terms. The phones began to function within :j
a short time, about 15 minutes
During the few minutes the Telegraph emissary was in Centel's office,
several people came it to check on the phone situation. One man was
observed to come in and say "You sent me a past due notice and I
thought you had cut off my service." He had the past due notice in his
hand, and paid his phone bill.

New Year's Day Hours...

Th It'll be business as usual New Year's Day (Thursday Jan. 1) at Winn-
Dixie and Norman's Market.
: Banks, county offices, city offices, local stores, and the Chamber of
____ Commerce will be closed New Year's Day, and open for business as
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usual Friday Jan. 2.
Southside Smarties, Grades 12... Winn-Dixie will be open until 11 p.m. Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. Norman's
Market will be open Jan. 1.
First and second graders! earning straight-A's at Southside Elementary eman. Terri llolloway, Kelly Rankin, April McKinney, 'far a Casey, Lori TGY-McCrorys will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 31 and noon until 8
for the second six-weeks grading period, which ended Dec. 7, are (I-r)- Musson p.m. Jan. 1.
Front row, kneeling: Trent Patterson, Chris Sembroskl, Paul Chen, Back row, standing/ : Matt Odom, Kim ....Sue', April Adamson, Kristin, Family Dollar will be open 9-6 Jan. 1, Dollar General 9-7 and Eckerd
!)Witt Revels, Jeremy Lawson Ashley Pass, Adam Marchese. Oassett, Renee Smith, Angle White, Kim I lay en. Kailyn Bailey. Drugs 107.
Second row seated: Wade Muggins. Katrina Yoemans. Rachel Col- Roy's Grocery will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on New Year's Day.


Itroiu Kiiitr 1 Ai)
psychology honors English 10, Seniors... Stephen E. Akridge Y. Bonafede, Kim R. Rosier SusanD.
weight training, drawing and painting French II, and standard American Jennifer M. Burkhalter : '
I Shilynn Crawford Julie A. '
Ferguson j
I, trigonometry, team sports I, [V II't .i
advanced world history, honors history. Chaff, Charles M. Coburn, Deena L. Kemberly L. Fillyaw, Alisha J. ? ..
I Cox, Darrell L. cruce Michael L. Gruen, Felicia R. Hankerson,JamesB.
English II, and chemistry I. Davie, Suzanne Dyal!, Chris A. HAFPY. 7tl
David Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Freshmen... Kendrick Tonya M. Klein, .
Farmer Carrie
L. Foster
Kimberly Kimberly A. Lee, Richard K.
Robert Thorpe of Starke. Thorpe is James Scott Duncan, son of Supt M. Gowens, Barbara M Green, Leneave, Jeffrey S. Moody WandaM. q
i enrolled in psychology, clothing and of School and Mrs. Jim Duncan of Brad M.Green, Eric J. Lane,Carl T. Mueller, Tommy D. Pomerleau I'1Ii" t )
textiles, trigonometry, honors Starke. Duncan is enrolled in LatinI Massey, Phillip R Moore, Tonda A. Melinda S. Powell, Suzanne Sapp 'erS'
English II, chemistry I, Spanish II, personal fitness, world geography, Moore,Kimberly M. Norman.RogerW. Holly S. Shields. Barbara A. Smith
I and physics I. Band I, honors English 9, honors Rowe, Shaun E. Schmidt, Stacey Pamela D. Thornton, Tina G. Will- '
Robert II. Thorpe, son of Mr. and algebra I, and physical fitness. L. Shuford, Maria E Thomas, Ruth ingham, Shannon W Young. ,
Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Kimberly A. Johnson, daughter of fl,. Underwood.
I Thorpe is enrolled in French I, Mr. and Mrs. Jerral Johnson of V i
Spanish III, trigonometry, Starke. Miss Johnson is enrolled in Juniors... Michael E. Barber, Freshmen... Allison R. Ar- '
psychology, chemistry I, honors Spanish I, personal fitness, world Robert E. Boone, Jennifer L. Brown, Link Bishop, Kendra L. '; o
i English 11, and physics I. geography, band I,honors English 9. Kim M. Burch, Pamela M. Carter, Buyer, June I. Cole, Michelle Renee J
honors algebra, and physical Felicia M. Davis, Todd M. Gillen. Crabtree, Chad E. Crafton, Norma I ;t V
I science. waters, Vicky A. Goodowns, SondraK. G. Douglas, Sarah F. Douglas //I!
Sophomores... Steven M Thornton son of Mr. Green, Mindy L. Hersey, Alison Karen K. Estevez, Allison Farn-
Patricia Bath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thornton of Starke. Ivey, Richard D. Kimutis, StephanieC. sworth, Aimee L. Ferguson, Jennifer -
and Mrs. Mickey Bath of Brooker. Thornton is enrolled in world Kopelousos, Gene R Murphy, R. Forsyth, Kim D. Hampton,
I. Miss Bath is enrolled in Spanish II, geography, Spanish I, brass band, Carrie Lynn Musson, Stephanie." Cindy W. Harris, Elizabeth A.
I standard American history introduction Fife management skills, honors O'Steen Merle Eric Packham, McKiiuiey Angela L. Mitchell,DanaL.
j to computers, geometry, English 9, honors algebra I, and Nicole L. Palm. Jonathan A. Rowe, Norman, Angela D. Parrish
chorus II, honors English 10, and physical science. Lori E. Sapp Angel R. Spell, Kevin Jason B Pilcher, Carl N. Richie
I honors biology I. D. Starling, Rosalyn L. Taylor, JoyE. Vincon S. Robinson, Laymon Price
I Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and A-B Honor Roll... Vellenga, and Pamela Zurfluh. Rupe, Lori A. Sellers, Mark P. ,I
Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Miss Shutord, James A. Starling Misty L.
I Bobo is enrolled in geometry, student The 103 students earning places on Sophomores... Michelle L. Telken, Cheryl A. Thomas, Alyssa
I leadership, algebra II. the A-B honor roll are, by grade: Becker( Shawna J. Blom, Antoinetteto Wessells, Ronnie Zurtluh.We're .}! .4 w

Jailthe .

Pux. tl\1 the Florida Senate approved such a see the erosion of authority and .,
the case in Bradlord County, measure, but it failed in the house. power although operating a jail is
although it may be a consideration Sheriff Reddish says the idea has the most troublesome aspect of be-
and affect the timing of an arrest, merit in some places, but any jail ing sheriff. v- rxz
said Sheriff Reddish. Bradford does more than 10-15 miles from the court Sheriff Reddish said the county .
not have an agreement with any house would be self-defeating, commissioners, in agreement with" 01
l1the '''t! \ nty'tohandle'afniverflow .because of transportation cosU...H e......4h.-sheriff,can take over the operation -* c&u ...
of inmates, but there are' cells' 'indicated that a central location on of county.-jails. In fact, then;
t available, if needed. Both Baker and DOC property, near Raiford, might Alachua County sheriff does not
Union Counties have excess cells, very well serve Baker, Bradford and operate the county jail; it is a func-
and defray some operating expenses Union counties as regional jail site. tion of the commissioners. If the May the New Year, bring ,you better
by housing federal prisoners. sheriff does not wish to turn the
days the best of friends and abun-
When asked about contract jails ,
A number of small north Florida operation over to the commisSIOners -
", counties have explored the idea of Sheriff Reddish said traditionallythe they would then require a dant happiness. Thanks for your sup-
.' regional jails, but this will require sheriff's office had operated court order to remove the facility
approval by the legislature. In 1986 county jails,and they were reluctant from under his jurisdiction. port friendship.


.. trrm. Pax.. .1\1 maintenance and renovation The Payne's represent the LEWIS TIMBER
Real Estate... preclude this old rule from being epitome of what retirement is all COMPANYU.S.
I followed today, and it is difficult to about.
/ :" The Paynes bought one house, charge a tenant more than one per- beating out a 301 South 9646871We
1 l renovated it, and rented it out. They cent per month, so the Paynes are Payne related a number of in- message of joy and
.. have continued this plan over the waiting out the time until the situation with
'j' :.:. years, to their current holdings of 12 changes. which teresting helped experiences formulate renters happiness to all.
some ax-
parcels, with 15 living units, In- Thanks.
cluding one duplex and one triplex. The Family... ioms: 1)) the more one helps a personin
1 During those years, they have sold getting Into a house, the worse
I three properties,one in Brooker,one Marion and Lucille Payne have that will treat in leavingthe
in Hampton, and their former home, three children, two of which are living house.person 2) People who you move out in 6d
in Starke. They have not made any away from Starke, and workingin the middle of the night, usually owe V*
additional purchases recently, since education. The youngest, Nancy, back rent and 3)) if you note the
:, it is difficult to generate enough In- has a degree in education, but isn't house is vacant as you drive by, o
the investment working at the moment. She is look. Eyeglass Store
come through rents to justify most likely the tenant has moved out 4R
for outside the
ing employment
without However Payne
Payne said the old rule of thumb in teaching profession.They are activein said, people paying don't up. damage rental Sandra Lee, Owner
pricing rental property was to church work, and see their opera property as badly as he had expected .
charge one percent of the acquisitioncost tion of rental property as a trust, them to do.
per month. The cost of given by the Lord. ..._
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j etJTOKlALS? New Year of '32 Had a Bleak Out loo 1 1It

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was January 1, 1932.

N ',tl.,, In spite of the hard times of this early

depression year, Canova's Drug Store at
the corner of Call and Walnut, had Just In-
Sentencing Guidelines stalled a "modern fountain" completewith
Frigidaire freezing and cooling com
to keep their ice cream and
Need OverhaulA fountain syrups at the correct

temperature. .-

state commission on the controversial so in writing. Some frustrated judges Tommy"The Lawtey Beck of Lawtey Wildcat", better and knownas "Kid"

question of judicial sentencing have given up trying, because they say Baisden of Valdosta, Ga. were heading the
has asked the Florida their stiffer sentences are almost in- Monday night boxing schedule in

guidelines to approve ten proposed variably overturned by appeals courts. Gainesville.

changes to the rules, which many critics One member of the Guidelines Commis-
Strickland, agent, was delivering
believe are too lenient. sion, now asking for needed changes, Clayton The Florida Times-Union at 20 cents

If the Supreme Court approves the says that "As time went on, appellate per week.

will be presented to the courts almost uniformly reversed
changes, they
The Tip Top Grocery was advertising
sentences where guidelines were ex
1987 Legislature for final approval. coffee at 25 cents a pound.

When the first ceeded. .
guidelines Just six later the county would be
One of the Commission's proposed-
adopted in 1983 some lawmakers argued of Senator EverettM.
shocked by the death
that the flexible sentencing practices changes would be to abolish the right of (Markley) Johns after a two-week bout House of Blocks
then in effect were unfair. These critics defense attorneys to appeal sentencesthat with pneumonia. At age 38, he had just

alleged that judges in North Florida exceed the guidelines, allowing been elected President of the Florida Building materials were scarce and high-priced during the Depression so this II
tended to deal out punishment that was judges to make decisions based on Senate, but never got to serve. home builder used empty ammunition boxes from Camp Blanding for the walls of

much harsher on criminals than that testimony heard in the case. On its editorial page The Telegraph his home on E. Jackson St. near City Hall.Hard I

imposed by judges in Southeast Florida. In answer to the argument that alter- and reprinted a prayer a gloomy for better review times of the to past come.year It

Whether this conclusion was based on ing the guidelines in any way might first appeared in Carrollton (Mississippi
bona fide statistics, or was simply a have the effect of further increasing ) Conservative. If you think things are
"gut feeling" on the part of some Florida's already exploding prison getting a little tough now... just read on:

legislators is not known. We strongly population, one Commission spokesmansaid In RetrospectionAnother

suspect the latter.It his simple answer to that would be, year is rapidly drawing to a
"Buy/more cots". close. We feel that the attitude of the
has also been said that one of the
toward the past year is one
average person
basic purposes for enacting new If Florida needs more prison space, of intense dislike. Mr. Average Person
guidelines was a deliberate effort to and there is general agreement that it feels that the happenings, trends, and
have shorter sentences imposed as a does, then some way must be found to events of the past 12 months have been exceedingly -
means of preventing overcrowding in provide the beds rather than release unkind to him.

prisons.Be public enemies who should remain incarcerated There have been bank failures. There
ioreclosed There
that as it may, the effect is the for the full extent of their has have been been felt mortgages on every hand the pinch of ,

samethe more liberal guidelines often terms. poverty. Untold suffering has been experienced -

allow convicted criminals to be back on The House and Senate may have to everywhere. Factories have Y )7i 4n
laid off workers. Mills have closed down. Y
the street to resume their lawless activities convene before the regular legislative Business houses have failed to make ends l
much sooner than they would session in April in order to deal with the meet. Private individuals have lost their S
have under the old system of allowing overcrowding situation. Legislators method of making a livelihood lor

judges to "make the punishment fit the should be reminded, however, that free- themselves and family have Towns,become cities, +
counties, and states _. __ ___ _
crime. ing criminals earlier only allows themto bankruptunable to meet the call ol '" 0'" <

Although judges have the right to exceed repeat their lawlessness, and may actually creditorswho themselves are harassed Times Ahead
the guidelines in be contributing to more over- on every side for payments they cannot ,
dealing out longer terms than require crowding of prisons in the future, rather make. Dining alfresco (out-of doors) was a way of life for this couple whose roof was
not large enough to accommodate a dining room.
than diminishing it Farmers have been hard hit. Last year's
they must justify their reasons for doing
lesson and
poverty, however,taught a as a
result there was more food and Iced raisedon and every other mortal on the face of the
the farm than ever before. There is on globe is partly responsible for the It's Easy to ForgetAnd
I A New Year Message to Col. NorthPerhaps the farm a super abundance ol many catastrophe facing us. We have all lived then again, we may do in the future
things. However well the farmer may be too well. Therefore, we feel that the blame lust as we have done in the past. When
fed, the problem of clothing and schooling lor our present condition lies at our own business booms again, and all IS well with
on "the basis of his war for his children remains. A huge cotton doorsteps. the world the tendency, no doubt, will be
If Colonel North thinks he be
might crop has sold for less than cost ol produc Lessons! to Be LearnedBut for most of us to go our ways rejoicing,and
record, Oliver North could be an found guilty of some crime as a result of ing. A season's work has gone unrewarded. forgetting the days and uses ol adversity.
"American hero" as President Reagan his testimony, he has very little to fear All elforts towards assisting American isn't life something deeper,
proclaimed him. So could any wounded in comparison with the jeopardy in farmers have turned to naught, as has something greater, and something better What fools we mortals be! What lessonswe
veteran who received the Purple Heart. always been the case heretolore. than the gathering together of some daily have drummed into our skulls,on-
which his present stonewalling placesthe amount of this world's goods? Isn't there to
ly forget all about them the moment
But as circumstances have developed in country and the Presidency.: Is he an Who and What's to BlameOn something good that has come to us during "school turns out",
the Iran and Contra aid investiga- what the depression be blamed? the months that will
arms American hero, or a self-serving poten- can past help us greatly in
tions, we wonder if the President would tial defendant? The same might be saidof Can it be laid to the exceedingly high tanI! the future? II the months of shallow wallets and Hat J
in America? We don't know, but it standsto little food
I still be as effusive in his praise of Col- pocketbooks, poor shelter,shab-
Col. John Poindexter, North's Na- reason that the high tariff! has not helpedthe by raiment etc. haven't taught us the
onel North? tional Security Commission boss. condition of the masses ol American lessons ol economy in our personal expenditures -

Presumably, in order to qualify as an of people. But we cannot bay that our M in our governmental functions,
Both of these if
men guilty
predicament came altogether as a resultof and in giving just due to our Maker, then
American hero, a man should be willingto anything and eventually found deserve
guilty, the tariff we in the future a blacker period
lay down his life for his countryas, would likely be given minimum Can our condition be blamed upon the than this through which we are now pass-

indeed, any true patriot would be expected sentences, if anyand in any event men who are at the head of our govern- ing.

to do. could be given presidential pardons by ment? Possibly they are in a large way to
final when the their backer Ronald Reagan. What blame for our general condition, but all the God help us to realize that we have in
in the l
But analysis, <<: blame cannot rest the times gone by been living on loo high a
President, who he so much admires, have either of them really to tear for heads, for many of them upon have done what plane without a solid foundation. Bring us
and the country need him most, Oliver themselves that could possibly they thought was for the best interests of to our senses and may the honor and the
North has failed the acid test. He has outweigh their sworn duty to serve their their constituents. They have been right in .MC glory be Thine!
repeatedly refused to tell what he knowsof country in a time of need: to the best of most cases' and we cannot lay the blame *

Iranscam on the grounds that such information their ability? there. Perhaps the past year will mean to us Surely there Is a lesson to be learned
be used him Can it be possible that the All Wise sometime in the near luture a blessing of from the adversities of the 1930s. In the
I might Republican Senator David Heavenly Father has scourged us becauseof our adversity. Perhaps we have learned to uncertainty that threatens our economy in
later. Such action can hardly be con- Durenberger, chairman of the Senate our sins, whether of omission or com better equip ourselves to face the lulure. the coming year of 1987, this lesson should
strued as anything other than self- Intelligence Committee, has said: mission? Perhaps so. If this be true then Mayhaps we will give unto God the percen- be heeded -- even by those who never experienced -
incriminating. If he is using the Fifth "You're not going to get an answer to we justly deserve what we are getting.But tage of our time and profits that He has the hardships of the Great
I Amendment to other no matter. The writer feels that he called for. Depression.
protect anyone this (Iranscam) until you get Ollie
than himself, he has no right to invoke North in here, because he was the one

such protection at all. who ran the whole operation." Senator i

North and the President have had a Durenberger was presumably speakingon P How New Tax Changes Will Affect Timber !

mutual "admiration society" going the basis of testimony heard to date I

ever since Mr. Reagan moved into the by his committee. Operations to Be Discussed January 13By 1

White House. North, as a very gung-ho, If Oliver North would have willingly
can-do Marine officer has been carryingout given his life on the battlefield to save

what he was told, or at least conceived his country, why will he not risk a small David W.Norton quest basis. 1ms allocation is only minimum) that you would like to place in
to be the wishes of the President. But bit of it now to save his idol, the Presi- Bradford County Forester available once a year. Therefore, if you pine production stop by and sign-up at the '
when the President him to dent and the institution of the are planning on planting pine trees during ASCS office before January 15. If you have J
now urges very
Here's hoping everyone had a safe and the winter of 1987-88 (next winter), you further questions about this program con-
come forth and tell all for the good of the presidency? healthy holiday season. You know how need to sign-up at this time. tact my office ((964-6280 ext. 219). Happy
country that he once so proudly defended And now a question for Colonel North: during the holidays we tend to forget or If you have a few idle acres (20 acres New Year to you and yours!
Ollie North says "No" on grounds push things aside till later. I do this all
; that the truth might do him in. Do you wish to be remembered in year long, but especially during the
history as a real American hero, or as a holidays. But just so you don't forget all Letters I
to the Editor- .
If Colonel North thinks he might be man who would not come to the aid of the main events that landowners should be -

found guilty of some crime as a result of his President and his country when the concerned rundown with at this time of year, here'sthe

his testimony, he has very little to fear chips were down? :
Reader Says CrossIs lived. They reside in Alachua County) in r
in with the in On 13th landowner who is
comparison January any
which his present stonewalling places The time is short. The decision is concerned about changes in tax) reform Symbol of Love memory of their dead son, Ronnie Allen

JI the yours and how it can affect a timber operationboy Peace and Good Will Did the paper mention that the Aliens -
Tl and the Presidency.
country do we have a meeting for you! Please Dear Editor: are the ones who give out the Scholar
feel free to come to Union County High ships? NO. (In fact, two this year), Was ''t
School, in Lake Butler, to listen and ques During the Christmas season it is very mentioned that it is called the Ronnie Allen .,
tion Dr Mitch Flinchum of IFAS- disconcerting to read about the asinine effort Scholarship in memory of him? NO.
to remove the cross from the water
Extension these
i Make a New Year's Resolution changes.Cooperative The following days on: 14th and/or tax tower in Starke. Why anyone not con- The Bradford High coaching staff didn't
nected to our community would be con- even have the decency to call the Aliens a ;
15th, he will be in my office by appoint-
week or two in advance of the ,
ment to see any of you who desire a personal about what we had on top of the ceremony
consultation; please don't miss this tower is beyond me,as this is a symbol to which was held on Thursday and they were (1
FREE information seminar. many of us of love, peace, and good will.I informed on Tuesday. I'm sure glad they
didn't happen to be out of town, as they
recently read where the nonbelieverswere
look forward to this
The federal government provides a cost. going to try to remove chaplains ceremony every year.
share assistance program for private lan from the armed forces. After that it will Doesn't BHS appreciate this scholar-
downers to offset the costs of tree planting.In probably be pulling up the crosses in our ship Ronnie's sister
order to encourage private landownersto National Cemetery.
plant idle or cut-over timber areas a .. Sara Bedford,Starke
federal cost-share program was established. I'm sure several million veterans will
try to stop that, should it ever Note: The Allen Scholarships
This program has changed names occur
were enpjoned
by name at the annual. J
( many times since the Soil Conservation I know for a fact there were no atheists football banquet. However, this credit was
Service began their "soil bank" plantingsin in fox holes. Ask any front line. veteran. inadvertently omitted from The !
1958. Many millions of acres have been
reforested because these funds were Blake Jackson Telegraph's report, for which we
available.The Alma,Ga. (formerly Starke) apologize.)

cost-share program, now called the Allen Scholarships BENEFIT -
.; "Forestry Incentives Program", is Deserve Recognition BARBECUE
a Checks should be made payable to: SFCC Endowment Corporation, available to landowners each year at this Telegraph Header Says BENEFIT BARBECUE
Starke Center. Starke. Florida 32091, (964-S382) time. This program can return to lu.i- Editor CHICKEN DINNERJan.
downers up to 50% (one-half) of the money ,Telegraph:

"j Vnl I want lo"{ENO*tOOK TO COLIEOC" which they spend on planting trees. This Last Thursday when I picked up The .9. 9 tillSDonation
includes the costs necessary for clearingor Telegraph and read the spurts page. I was $3
j "**"*--4JLJ. '--,.-- _..__.-.----.. preparation of the particular area, plus so disappointed and angry I could hardly
".......-. -. .- ----- the costs of trees and planting. stand it. Proceeds Benefit

"!r .'",.' ;;'. -,' Pnon.NumosV._...__..._ _, .Amount of clMC.wwlOMd.___PIMM bill m. Mr. Warren Carver, ASL'S: Director, advises for the past 14 years. Paul and Marjorie VANESSA POWELL

PH.Md.(lC.l.80010 _,_._____ __ _. _'_ _____ that the sign-up period lor this pro- Allen have given out the Best Sportsmanship located next to Handy Way

ormm.nwya ___, _.... _________ _- _.___ -- ---+r. gram only lasts until January 15. The Award Scholarship here in Bradford Across from Power PlantJ '
money for this progam is allocated on a re- County (where they do not and have never- ,



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Piano Students Tina Marie Bowen, Guy Wayne Parrish

Social Side Perform RecitalA I Plan April Wedding II
; Club News Christmas piano recital was

: 'NoticesChurch presented at Hope Baptist Church (TinTrltgiHph) ) regrets I he error College: i Slut: is presently employedat
theNews Thursday, Dec. 18, by the students of
the )
Items Tricia K. Lawson nade in this announcement last Reception and Medical Centerin
: week) Luke Butler
Traditional and sacred music was Guy) Wayne is a graduate of Bradford -
F performed by Shelley Dampier, Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Bowen oliUrkc
4/.; High School and has attended
; Dodd Dena wish to announce the cngage-
: WeddingsReceptions Danny Griffis, Heather Lake He in
I City College.
1 nent ol their daughter! Tina Marie, Community
llersey, Holly Hersey, Julie Loper, employed with
: ri Andy Redding, Jamie Redding, t 1 M Guy Wayne Parril>h. son of Mr. & View presently Dairies in Brooker. Valley
Parties Mrs Wav.ip\ Pan'ihh of Brooker.
Kimberly Smith and Amy Triest
The Is for
wedding ptanm'J April
Tina )" :< graduate ol Bradford
Following recital
25, 1W! at St. Edward's Catholic
refreshments were served 'High School! and received an AA
Church: in Starke.
....... :degree Irom Santa Fe CommunityWoman's
Leaders and Members Are you interested in writing
Church News Meet New Director /for the loves newspaper? The
lb W11'ord CollnlTelegraph I.wllr"K .
During .4-H Dinnerby ,. / / for a person fill the
Arlington Baptist College 'Gospel Sing... l.timont Adams, Club iixlal' cdilors/ pomtuin. The person .
Ensemble Executive Board (hut wtf are looking for should
to SingAt Church of God 1-11 Reporter (.uy Wayne"arrMI
of Prophecy, Inc., /hi- outgoing/ and Interested Inc
Pine LevelA is: planning a gospel sing Saturday, The 19115.86 leaders and memberswere 'fll1l1llC1wl'nDuplicate & Meeting NoticeAll tuminunity activities The use of
Jan. 3, starting at 7'30: On recognised at the Starke 4-H
gospel concert performed by the here oflicers and committee u camera and computerizedIvpcM'fling
Appreciation Dinner held at
Wednesday night, Dec. 31, will ,
Arlington Baptist College Choral be feet washing and communion. Southside Elementary School chairmen will please meet at the / equipment will benecoirsury.
Ensemble and directed by Mr. The December 8, 19116.Approximately Woman's Club January 7 at 1:00pm IJ' you) have these
church is located at 2138 N .
yuulific'ations( pleanesend .
Larry Brundige is planned for Sun Temple Ave.Greater 44 people attendedthe for the regular montly Ex- a brief
day 4 Pine Level Results ecutive Board Meeting r "Nunw to P,O. Drawer X,
January at Bap- dinner and were able to meet the Bridge
tist Church. The is set Morhe Florida, 32091/
performance new 4 H director
Mr. Buchele,
below the ol the
Freewill Listed are results
to Bap.
start at 10:45
: a.m. Congratulations go to the follow
)Dec 16 duplicate bridge game.II .
Members of the group are Watchnight Service will be held ing who received certificates for ) Yvonne Riechman & Allene
students of Arlington Baptist Collegeat Wednesday, December 31, (tonight) their help; Ms. Edna Martin, Mrs. Brew; 2)) Charles Betty Riddle; 3))
Arlington, Texas. from 10 p.m. iii ?. Linda Pierce, Mr. Cubbedge, Mrs. Marjorie Thomson & Lucille Green;
Everyone is invited to attend this Breakfast will be served New Becky Reddish, Ms. Jane Sigmundand 4)) Ida Shaw & Evelyn Griffin.
special service Pine Level 13 tptist Year's morning following the ser our 4-H leader, Mrs Cathy
is located 3 miles West of Starke on vice. Taylor.

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II AtlMOUNCIMG j ,-"}..' :..\/' Jf\ Ann's Hoilrs 9:30.4.00 9:30-5:30:: : M-F Sat ',

504 W. Call street
A Speciality Gift Shop ((904)964-8547}

I : Rodney Alan Carmichael Sr., of Tucson, AZ. Maternal great- : %
Rodney & Phyllis Carmichael of grandmother is Pearl Lea Davis ol :

i Hampton happily announce the birth Hampton. liiiif Out the Ole..
! of their son, Rodney Alan, born Paternal grandparents are Layton
", December 9 in Alachua General in & Norma Roush ol Hampton and Mr. Ring In the N"U'... '
Gainesville. & Mrs. Gilbert Carmichael ol Archer "Ife Ai>i>re< .iulvuitr I'mruntiav"ilti *
Rodney weighed 7 lbs? 9 o/s. and Paternal greatgrandparentsare [>itY r\rir 1 far

was 20'j inches long at birth, and he Rev & Mrs. Raymond A, from UM to You.... tt
joins a sister, Christina, who is 5a. Williams ol Hampton. .
Maternal grandparents are Mr & I It. II II II . II lilt. HillMIIHIMMtllilholictarcheer .

"' Mrs. Howard E. Klein of H ; Lake and the late James A. Davis

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Listed below are the students that .J ov
made the A-B Honor Roll at
?, Southside Elementary School for the ;
: second six-weeks grading period.
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'I'; 1st Grade; : (
Happy motoring,
b, ,
I Creasie Bennett, Bobbie Jo
Doughman, Chris Evans, Stella friends and customers
Jackson Brandi Lewis, Antwan Mitchell throughout the
., f ; -/44" ,

: Travis Odom, Jasmine Reddish New Year. Thanks
i, Brittany Ford, Stephen Brown, for confidence It has been a pleasure to serve you.

Jason Norman, Edward Peacock, your We hope to continue to merit your

!1.1 i Paul Waldron, Shameka Walker, .. confidence and trust.
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rtt .M mi patty Foster, Jill ''Gnanh; Yashica1 l ; h I h :, : ;fX, ,; ",." ,. ,: -. .I"i :'; I.

.:, Goodman, (Chnslv Kellv Brandi

{* .. Tomlinson, Melissa Wynn, Andrea Hurst Exxon G HERCULESWe're
forward and
We look to
I :' Aguirre, Candice Pippin, Leslie peace joy 964-6111
t Davis, Stacey Roberts, Jeremy for each of our friends in the New
Kilby, Jessica Wilkerson, Regina
Wright, Russell Warren, Jesse Year.
;"s Adams .

v) 2nd Grade:

Aisha Cummings, Tracy Gaines, Fleet Financenter
Corey Thompson, Jesse Smith, Chip'b
.. Rowell], Kim Phillips, Amanda Grif-
Chas- 152 S. Walnut St. Box 1088, St.k, FL 32091
'?.: lis, Jennifer Gleason, Erica ,
ni tam, Mitchell Ames, John Wolf, V1t
;,1|, Chad Mallory, Adam Ennis, Shayx 9049645010RESOLVED..that

i Sweat: William Wallace, Andy Redding -
Kara Andrews, Jency Gay, -
Lee Gillis, Sean Connaughton, Tiff I (
tany Donn, Jamie Lynn Harrop, I

Elaine Murray, Jimmy Pennmgton,
f- Jeremy Scott, Kelley Sellers, Ronnie Hi:' "
Shetler, Justin Weathers, Christy :
Wooley, Christina Thornton Alan
Thigpen, Benjamin Kilby, Clint
Graudons, Felicia Brown, Chris i
Crawford r :

?,':,: 3rd! Grade: _. .F' : i ia is

't";' Ernest Grider, Natasha Hudson,
Marlama Johnson, Duke Lane, Mar
cus Moore, Angie Randolph, Rosella
Smith, Kyle Wynn, Brad Bishop,
Jennifer Canady, Nicole Giddens,

Tammie Holley, Greg Page, Samuel
Telken, Terry Paul, Richardr
: Baugess, Brandy Olive, Jay Burnes, .
Noel Norton, SuianneGritfis.Steven -awe ..
Haynes, Kellie Hannah, Christopher 'nw ., w
"i < Crawford, Tabitha Cantrell, Robert i1b'
;; ', Hicks Jonathan Elder, Jennifer !

11.":: Swanson! Andrew Lawrence, Sharon
Tomlinson, Amber Brown, Dameon
Butler, Jacob Henderson, Jeri
i ..,- Thompson, Tonya Broughman A 1 4 1 4

L' 4th Grade:

I-.; Daryn Gay, Cindy Grider, Sara csyet' wishing every new day of the New
\'s: Gunner, Corinthian Hankerson, and .
.' Teresa Hulsey, Nichole Magnus, Year to bring you a world of happiness ,"

.'. Heather Smith, Jammie Thompson, Thanks valued business. I"r: '-
prosperity. for your .
Dana Warren, Tonya Anderson,San- .. '
,'.' di Durden, Patricia Gillis, April '"W u a ; : .f.
->. Mosley, Keri Packham, Crystal .. ,
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Parr, Melissa Randolph, Michael 7': .
l-t t Thomas, Kelly Willis, Lamar Wynn, ': '
ls;,c Josh Brewer, Chad Farnsworth : .
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4.s Steve Lewis, Kim Douglass, Molly' ,' this will be a banner .

't. Woods O'Neal,, Angelica Tonika Bright Keck,, Amanda Rhonda I t :" ".1 ,' year for you and yours. Best wishes I Florida National Bank : :

__ Adamson, Audrey Gillette, Betty for the New Year and "thanks". .. : ,
Gleason, Donald Groves, Harry Hat 105 W Jellorson' St Slork 3.W1 1 i c MVMO',0 ..
cher, Brian Salvatore, Shawn Wolf. ",

5th Grade:

Jim Autry,Jason Garver, Mitchell : ORIAN WELLS
Jennifer Johns, Thomas ; .
Gunter, ; ., .. .
Odom, Amy Rank, Kelli West, CHEVROLET OLDSMOIHLK .' ,
Leslie Folsom, Danny Frampton,. '**. .'.: .
Ethan Fuquay, Kevin Mueller, US 301 N Starke 964-7500 : ',.'' : )Mr ,
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Amy Williams, Waylon Townsend

Exchange Wedding Vows Dec. 27

Church of Jesus Christ ot Latter Day
BC Man Amy Williams, daughter of Saints in Starke. '
Former and Mrs. H.A. Williams of
and W vlnn Adam Town- Ella is currently undergoing basic
training in the U.S. Army at Fort
-.' son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dix in New Jersey. She graduated
Wins Top Post Jz Townsend Sr. of Starke, were from basic training February 20 and
l lp lt Saturday night December expects to attend supply school at
in a small private ceremony in
Fort Lee, Virginia.
-Townsend home on SR-100 south. .
Harrison Outlaw Jr., lion htj sjbttiitted an application -
Lavern a was open ion works for his parents at
Bradford High School graduate and through! office) of State ceremony was conducted by Bradford Way Rentals on US-301: north.
a current resident of Punta Gorda Kep. Vernon Fettles, D-Punta Gor t4 Leslie Folsom, Bishop of the
has been named by outgoing Florida da, to Grahams' ill ice. p .
Governor Bob Graham to the "I moved to tlwriotte County
Charlotte County Development seven years ago I*make it my home About 28 of all women workers In nonagrIcultural In
Authority. and lam happy t" get more involvedin .r lest than 35 hours a week) In 1985,
d .. held part-time jobs (
Outlaw, the son of Lavern and its future, Outlaw commented. .k
Alma Outlaw of Starke succeededthe He said the t'iiW-W\ months on the according to .a fact sheet working women published by the
former director Bob Cunn- authority will i* II learning experience '. Bureau of the U.S. Deportment of Labor.
ingham who resigned to take a posItion and i\ 'iUtl that he will 'c
with the Federal Aviation Administration strive to estabUrh' a good working
in Miami. relationship with Ibe other membersof .
Outlaw moved to Charlotte County the authority, I.k PP

from Starke seven years ago as "I see this ust\ 1111 Opportunity as
ranch manager for the M H.. Hall one to serve twr'otte' County," 4.ti
Estate a ioHMacre cattle ranch Outlaw added. ,.,. IJ"I
near Punta Gorda.A This is the t'rlit| |>attical| office for
1976 graduate of the University Outlaw. His t@rmvil expire in I
of Florida J; where he majored in January 1989. ,..,,- .
ranch management Outlaw a The I live-member development \
Democrat said he was "thrilled" to authority manages and operates{ the
be named by the Governor to the county airport tjOd industrial park [ L
authority an 1,800-acro tryCt near Punta Gor- a
He said when he learned the posi da.

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best wishes and TOM

Another year is beginning.we thank you for your

hope it's a great one for all| our patronage. I I
It has been a pleasure to serve this
customers. "Cliriil 11 the Kmiitn. of I I
for ihvBradford Seuwin"- fine community. Thanks, everyone.,
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Charley E. Johns Agency Inc. Sales Llmerotk, 301 1 Fr.orrrthe Owners of" I

Starke 961-5070 Allen E. Taylor &. Family Closed for FASHION STOP /I II I If Ir

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FLORIST GROCERY Sunday Itialah FURNITURE "When You Care Enough
for All Occasions" to Send the Very Best"U.S.
US 301 8. State Lawtey
Cor Kim & Jan Johnson Center
Near Bradford Sq Shopping
301 South
78<,3731 Monday 9841778WESTERN
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PEST CONTROL wedae..Ly "u t Distinguished, Caring Service From All ot Us .t Western Steer
PLASTERING INC. "Draw Niatj to GOd and He. Micah for Over CO Years
U.S. 301 South
Your Complete I Dry Wall Plastering Will Draw N0ri to You" James 4:8: :1-6 Steve &Cindy Futch &Staff
& Stuccoing Needs" Ii"'SZII Th".y 514 E. Nona Bt4-t2M-Keystona 473-3171 9B4-I061 '.
Hwy. 1' Starke SM-H17 Micah


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"We encourage you to worship Dimple 0\0rstre0t & Staff w y 238 E. Washington Street CORP.

this week & every week" 117 S. Thompson street phi 9645274DOUGLAS Mark Mulllns & Employees :
964-6881 9345780JORDAN t I
'- '.. We Rebuild Starters Superior Quality Homes ,
DODGE, INC. "Serv/flp/ You First" ;.4 Alternators & Generators at Affordable Prices ::
"Wo're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street : it If Auto Marine Cycle Batteries N 301 South- 9646633Community ,j.
U.S. 301 South 964-5237 tt 964-6313 .. 407 N.Temple 1&4-7111'

: Bank
SEAFOOD CENTER ; For All Your Craft Supply Needs Starke
The Best Seafood In'Town Complete Auto Parts THE HOPE! OF' : A HOME Handmade Gifts Starke't Only Home Owned

236 S. Temple Avo. $ Auto Paint I It lake a heap o'Uvtn' to make a house a home! Hwy. 100 S. M4-7S33 .Walnut Independent BankHIS. 9147130tMe
9645685CWNA 660 N. WalHHt. SI. 964-5644!. Paul and Dee don't agree. They are counting on
their dreamhouse be a home the day theymove HURST'S ORIAN WELLS
Andwho'eloargue.Surely It's the quality and not the
Restaurant NATIONAL BANK Uiat Is read,prayers that are said.thouKhU that comfort "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff
I I and Inspire, smiles that encourage and fo'1llve-theae
Officers: Directors bring brightness and warmth no hearth can provide. 987 N. Temple Avenue Hwy. 301 North
1900 N. Temple Avenlle'Staff Nearbere'a.churrhhrwhoaellreundfrlendahlpa 964-6111 9847900CORBETT'S
964-7881 tx Paul and Dee will find growlnK fulth and enrlehmentChastaln'sJewelry
Sunday after Sunday they (and soon their family) will Ann's Azalea
bring Um glow home with them, Lou
NaPA AUTO God bless you. Paul and Dee-and millions like you & Blueberry Form, TIRES & SERVICE
& Gift Gallery PAUTS STORE who turn houses Into homes. All Nature Slnos of Jesus Complete Tire Shop

"All the RIght Parts _->.HiaO --- located oft tOO towardsKevtoM. 17& Auto Repairs i
Bibles, Gifts & Jewlery Places" _.__.__- Soi_ ..- lake on 24th 402 Temple. Hwy 301 N.
104 W. Call Street In All tits flight Street follow signs H4-710I. 964-6436
964-7271 155 W. BraWnloe Rd. 964-6060

LODGE AUTO SALES : CO."Qualljtj.WOrk .
Week and for Less'
Patch Restaurant "Worship* This ", i" '>
Strawberry Lunch, Dinner Every Walk ft the Church of ." StatorRoad 1 _100 South
SanlnG.r.ell'asl. YVr Choice" I 984-5263
Hwy. 301 N. 964-7600 1011..Tnt"' 114oM"


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T; Kitchens on Way to Top
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'Rr+ SUrke realtor Suianne Kitchens a half years and in a graduate of the
k+ta ,. took a big step recently when she Florida R.E. Institute in Jackson-
passed the necessary courses to
Q ..sT receive her first certificate toward a Kitchens also attended the a.
{ hk G.K.1. dCl>ignation.Ms. University of Florida in Gainesville
Kitchens, who has lived in and the Johnson and Wales Business r SSL
Starke for the past six years and has School in Rhode Island. (4.:
been employed with Outlaw Realty, She was recently appointed us the
+ also of Starke, since March, 1986 Treasurer of the Bradford Board of
Ms. Kitchens has been in the Real Realtors for 1987 and served in the
Estate business for the past two and same capacity during 19R6.H' A

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Celebrate50th 4L T ... '

i !! .. RING in the new!

Ifofptb The moment is here to ring out

and Mrs. Leland A. (Shine) the old and bring in the new. Very
Mott were honored at a reception .
December 27 Inthe WorthingtonSprings 9i5 mEW; YEARTo best wishes to our friends.
Community Center. The couplewill
celebrate their 50th wedding an-
niversary January 9.
The Gainesville couple, originallyfrom our neighbors, friends and
Brooker, were married in 1937 customers, we wish the best of DOUGLAS l BATTERYMarty
by Rev. C. C. Butler in his home in
the New River community. Rev. everything for each day throughout & Sally Gotts 964-7911
Butler was the minister at Long
Bridge Christian Church. year.
The Mott's have three children.L. ,
A. Mott Jr. of Detroit, Michigan;
Sandra Jernigan of Plant City and
Jackie Patton of Alachua.They have
ten grandchildren and one great Have a jolly holi- THOMAS
Refreshments were served the day and a most suc- Auto Parts I tl p ;
friends and relatives who called bet- +
cessful b
ween the hours of 2 to 4 p.m. year.ECOIdO
430 S. Temple Avenue
There Is a baseball game played in. LODGEof
Fairbanks Alaska every June 21, Starke and 964-5611 Q
the longest dayof the year.It begins
,I at midnight and no artificial lighting Strawberry Patch Rest.
is ever used. Starke 964-7600

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a oa NEW YEAR hope good luck follows you
throughout 1987 to fulfill your fondest
wishes.Thanks for your support.




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GIappy ear Store
ahead be happy and cheerful for .

Time to ring in the New Year with( all our good friends and customers. Charles Norman, Owner

our best wishes and thanks for .

your patronage.

Now Celebrating Our 3rd Anniversary



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it's filled with happiness for our Year from all of us to all. our With warm appreciation for the fa-

friends and customers. friends. Thank you. vors of friendship and courtesy, we

send the best of this season's wishes.


Bradford .
Square 964-7830
531 S. Walnut Street 964-797 964-7061

Member F.D.I.C.

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New Environmental Health Director Learning Ropes

Have you ever smelled or tasted '., ment of Environmental Regulation) be penned up"and-- quarantined-for include water skiing skating, fishing, swim-and
to assure that cleanup funds are ten days. mlng, roller ,
gasoline in your drinking water? At 34, he is still
available as needed.In None of these procedures is a photography. age
As the younger generation would and presently resides on S.
satisfactory answer to the rabies
say.. "Yuckkkl" which should be for Epperson St. although he would like
It shouldn't happen to your worst order to encourage early detection threat, provided find location on one of the many
to a
in' in ordinance Pabst said
but if it ever does, just call ( ? of leaky tanks, the act providesan a county lakes In this area.
Bradford County's Environmental amnesty period, starting last July -
Health Section, 9645853. 1 until Oct. 1, 1987 during which Many Other Duties Michigan Economy Had
time water facility owners may
This was the message; brought to report contamination and have all The general service areas ad- His native state has received a
residents of Bradford County by Ken 7 cleanup costs paid for by a DER ministered by the Environmental double whammy to its economy in
Pabst, the new EnvironmentalHealth v trust fund. Persons detecting a Health'Section include food service recent years, Pabst said. Its two
Sanitarian, after attending a v gasoline taste or odor in their drink drinking water purity, ground andsurface main sources of income, automobile
state-sponsored seminar on the sub- ing water should notify the Environmental water contamination, waste manufacturing and farming, have
ject in Gainesville last week Health Section of the disposal, hazardous waste, insect suffered staggering blows.
Bradford County Health Depart- and rodent control, public The farming situation is terrible,
Ken is now busy learning the ropes ment at once by calling 9645853. The nuisances, land development, air as it is throughout the mid-west,
in Bradford County after arriving staff will then take a water sampleand pollution, and recreation sanitation, Pabst says. For instance, his
here November 1 to replace Darnell make its report with the$30 cost such as public swimming pools and father's 320-acre dairy farm that has
O'Neal, who resigned the environmental being paid from the DER trust fund. campgrounds. Also included are on- been in the family for 120 years, is
health position to Both by law and long-standing site soil evaluations for mobile home now idle and on the market for '
become county-city zoning and planning custom County Health Units are parks and schools, individual water $125,000, whereas a decade ago it
director; also in charge of the responsible not only for private systems, well and septic tank was valued at $375,000) )
county landfill operation.Ken : n Ir water systems, but also for respon- evaluations for mortgage loans, and "Farmers simply can't make
a native of Michigan, and the ? ding to problems with all types of evaluation of summer camps and enough on their crops to pay the cost
product of a small town, Owosso e, water supplies. child care facilities. of production," Pnbst" said "Alter
(about the size of Starke), is high In rNew having to sell off all his dairy cows,
his praise of the friendliness and The two major and most time- my father tried growing wheat on 90
attitude of he consuming responsibilities are after one losing >
cooperative everyone but
acres gave up
A Real Problem regulating
has met since arriving here. "I'm Very permitting septic season."
used to a small town, and I like the Pabst says that Bradford County's tank installations and sewage Pabst sees no ready solution for
lifestyle," he says. lack of any kind of animal control ordinance disposal systems in order to protect the farming problem, put hopes thatit
water from Pabst
poses a very real problem, ground pollution, will not result in the death of the
Report Gas LeaksBut especially in the area of rabies con said so-called family farm, which has
Mike Adams of
Keystone Heightshas
trol. Without the necessary or- of life in America since
to get back to gasoline in the been a way
the stalf
just joined as an environmental
to control animal behaviorin
arrived on our
groundwater, Ken learned at the health specialist to the first Pilgrims
seminar that Florida has between unincorporated areas of the coun- assist Pabst. shores.In .
500,000 and 700,000 private water ty, the environmental health officer the meanwhile, he Is happy in
supply wells, and a good portion of says it is up to the person bitten by a his role as Environmental
them are subject to contaminationfrom stray dog or cat to cope with the No Florida Newcomer Sanitarian III and feels that he I is
situation himself or herself, or
underground gasoline tanks. making a genuine contribution to the
An estimated one-third ot these perhaps by some other member of Although Pabst grew up on a health and well-being of this and
tanks are over 20 years old, and the family or neighbor may assist. Michigan dairy farm and receivedhis future generations
environmental health
could be leaking gasoline into the degrees at
Environmental Health Director... Ferris State College in that state, he
ground water supply on which 92 If the dog escapes before it can be .
percent of Floridians depend. killed or caught and penned, the bite feels perfectly at home in Florida.He .
To deal with potential problem of Ken Pnb.1!In Itru.lfor.l County: '" new tmlronmrnlul: llcullh Inn ..... victim must take the painful and expensive has spent much time in the state,
this magnitude, the 1986 Legislature; P...... bfinn hi. work In ihw |xmili..n, .pl..III"! DarnII O'Nriil. who writ Illlil Hponitiotl series of rabies shots just to since his parents own a home in SPORTS FANS!
passed the State Underground Environmental UK ttturkp w.mnl; dim....... In Niwmln-r mill 10... Len ",'lIill/ll"/ know. Bradford be on the safe side. If the animal Kissimmee, where they have spent
Response Act which r.ountj.He suspected of rabies can be shot, the the winter months for many years.
sets up a trust fund in DEN (Depart- In a nulivr"'ltl.hl"; xn.oithuu. |,h liU |purrnt.sxul l bruiher. IIIIM !II.! ..In litriilil. head must be cut off and sent to a He a Iso has a brother in environmental I
laboratory for diagnosis. If the 1 health work in St. Petersburg andit
J"I \ animal can be caughta dangerous was he who tipped Ken off to the BETYOU
thing for an inexperienced person to opening in Starke. Florida suits him
trythe captured animal must then line Pabst says since his hobbies
I Five Dollar Reward Set for Tagged Fish DIDN'T

Five hundred striped bass have name, diUliess and phone number. George; around the pilings in the BAND FOR HIRE KNOW
been stocked into Rodman Reservoir An information sheet will be mailedto Lake George bombing range; and
an impoundment of the the lisherman. The lishermjn around the Buckman Bridge at "SOUTHERN Brought to you
Oklawaha River near Palatka. must complete the information sheetas Jacksonville. They're being caughton CONNECTION"All By Orlan Wells
"Each fish is carrying a yellow accurately as possible and returnit jigs and shiners. Original Rock & Roll Band
plastic tag worth $5 to the angler along with the tag prior to receiving Speckled! perch he said, are being
who catches it," says Lawson the $5 cash incentive. caught in Lake Monroe around the
Snyder, fisheries biologist with the The tagging study is being done so fish attractors, around shoreline OUR SPECIALITIES ARE:
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish that biologists may better unders- structure and around the 1-4 bridge Here's an amazing football fact.
Commission.The tand movements of fish populationswithin Most are being caught with speck Parties, Social Events, Concerts, Etc. There was once a quarterback who
the St. Johns drainage and minnows or trolled beetle ins. OUR MOTTO: "We Promise Not to Bore You" played pro football for 10 years
Oklawaha River is a tributaryof thereby better manage the resource. Largemouth bass Snyder said Call 964-4099 -and In each of the 10 years he
Johns River where where and when being caught around the in or write 511 N. Church Street
the St. "Knowing par are jettys played, his team finished In first
thousands of black crappie (speckled ticular fish were caught will provide the south end ol Lake George and for appointment anytime. place. The man who set that unique -
perch), largemouth bass, striped information about transient and around recently fallen trees in areas record was Otto Graham. He
bass and sunshine bass have been resident fish populations, habitat where the river bends. Some are being .
tagged since June, 1984 "These preferences, seasonal preferences taken with plastic worms but quarterbacked the Cleveland
fish," Snyder said, "also carry the and patterns, angler exploitation most ol the big lish are being caught FREE HEARING TEST Browns from 1946 through 1955,
plastic tags (yellow, blue or orange) (pressure) and the distance l fish l with shiners. and In EVERY one of those I!
like the stripers stocked in Rodman travel," Snyder said. seasons, the Browns wound up In
and are also worth $5 dollars each." Some of the information producedby first place!
I Everyone Is encouraged to report this study is already proving 11 Did you know a woman once .,
tagged; fish "Even persons who useful to fishermen COMMUNITt I coached a major college football t "
release tagged fish may clip the tags According to Snyder sunshine team?At Yale, their famous coach
and turn them in," Snyder said. bass and striped bass are currently BIBLE CHURCH In
Walter Camp was III one season
Fishermen reporting tagged fish congregating around the 1-4 bridgeon
to one ol the phone numbers listed on Lake Monroe; around the brush r the 1880s and was unable to attend
the tag will be asked to provide their piles in the southwest end of Lake ttfttf.' I fr l* I* ,Cdrtttlw* practices or games. His wife
1 JuK* :S h tli v mii i.l4l'; amtut /, went to all the practices and ,\

in the Dark games for him, and actually ;

The aardvark gets its name from the Dutch for"earth pig' It's nose looks *,I.M, somewhat pig-like, but it's not related that year.
; We Specialize In Helping What was the coldest weather "

STARKECHURCH People Hear Better any major football game was ever j
t OF GOD played In? It's believed that the i
record was set In the 1967 National u
Clair 964-5445 Come and See Us
422 N. St. By Football League playoff '

Walter F. Montz. Pastor between Green Bay and f
i 1st of each month
We invite you to worship with us. I Monday Dallas which Green Bay won 2417.
Attainted Nursery I At game time, It was 13 below zero

Sunday School . 10 am Next Date: Monday, Jan. 5 with an Icy 15-mlle-an.hour north
Mornlrg Worship . 11 am wind which made the wind-chill
j G EEr1N N Evening service . 8 pm 9:30: 12:30 factor according to the U.S.
Wednesday! youth . . 7:30: pm weather bureau, equal to 60

at Mitchell's Drug StoreIn belowlI !
I bet you didn't know.. that this
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COUNTY TXIE8RAPM and/or/ Hearing Aid Check Up. If you can Orlan Walls Chevy-Olds... where

understand take of get GMAC financing... We
Published every Thursday I hear but not advantage you
at 135 VV. Call Street this special event by a Fla. Licensed HearIng also have a good selection of used
cars... Come In and see for
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those we hope to Rates: ORIAN WELLSChevroletOldsmobile

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Hampton Council Opposes Sale of City.. Land to Fund Projectby

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John Sturges Council member McDaniels took the January for the future repairing of ing cost of insurance paid by the ci- cil.! In the voting on the motion made the resolution was passed. A letter is
Members of the Hampton city motion and was seconded by Councilman the city's roads, many of which are ty. There has been a 30 percent cost by Councilman Walden Wadsworthand to be written to owners about their
council proposed the selling of some Forsyth with all members needing repair. increase in Insurance Mayor Councilman For- property.A .
city property as "an avenue"to help unanimous in the decision to seek Mayor Elwood Padgett broughtthe Padgett said. syth, Allen stood out from the vote man has also been hired 20 hoursa
fund the Hampton Villa water project appraisal and hold a meeting.The subject of the roads up and the The Hampton Christmas Paradewas and also will file a Conflict of Interest week to help clean up highways
during their regular meeting accounting firm hired to help possibility of setting such a held Saturday, December 20, at form with the city to avoid any around the city.
December 9.Chairman. handle the city of Hampton's He also suggested a $250 monthly 2:00pm: with the Christmas party legal problems. In the Police Department, Mar
Ted Curtis, Mayor finances said the city is"getting better deposit to a special fund with a following at 3:30pm: in the city hall. III the Street Department Coun- shal Simmons reported 40 hours of
Elwood Padgett and City Attorney every year" and everything is future target date planned for the The parade started at the new cilwoman McDaniels reported that patrol duty, three hours court duty,
James R. Flynn discussed the very clean within the financial struc- money's use.Council Hampton city park, preceded down she scouted the town for clean-up three accidents, 12 traffic arrests
disposal of roughly 10 acres owned ture during the reading of the annual member John Allen made Pine St. to the cabinet shop, to state purposes and said some work had and seven traffic warnings.The .
by the city. The council is waiting forappraisal audit report at the council's regular the motion to set aside $250 a month road 18 to 325 back to Pine St. and been done. She also said many council also moved to pay the
on the land from realtor meeting Tuesday December 9. for street use only and was secondedby then back to the park. houses need to be condemned and monthly city bills in a motion made
Terry Gaines. The report also recommendedsome fellow member Wilma The council also passed a motion torn down. by Councilman Forsyth and seconded -
Mr. Flynn recommended the first small changes in the runningof McDaniels. The council was for prizes in the float competition. A Counil Chairman Curtis called fora by Councilwoman McDaniels.
thing the council should do is decide the city Jamboree and in unanimous.A $25 first prize, $15 second prize and motion to get the city attorney to The meeting was called for ad-
whether they want to sell the land estimating how much money the city further motion was made to $10 third prize will be issued after draft an ordinance on the houses and journment around 8:30pm.:
and then move from there. will spend each year. deposit the money in Florida National the judging.
Mayor Padgett said "it's an The suggestion on the Hampton Bank starting in January. Councilman Forsyth mentionedthat
avenue" (for the raising of funds) Jamboree concerned the managingof Council members also passed a the city will put a fire truck in
and that the council is not definite on funds from profits taken at the resolution on a$15 raise for the council the Starke parade that was held the
this proposal. Padgett suggested the event. Before, funds were received members and mayor that had 13th.
council look into the appraisal and and expenses taken out without been allocated in this years budget. In the fire department, the city
then set a special meeting for the council supervision. Now the event's The council also reported that city said the new fire truck is still at LCI e
discussion of the issue. funds will be channeled through a employees will be reimbursed for being repaired and that the doors oO
When the resolution was called on general fund where the gross Social Security held from their were repaired at the fire station at a
for a vote Councilman Wadsworthtried amount will be received and expenses paychecks because they realized It cost of$255.Further .
to table it,but it died for lack of handled by the city clerk. did not need to be taken out. repairs on the doors will
a second.On The city also motioned to allocatea and the council be made by Councilman John Allen,
the second call on the vote, seperate capital fund starting in also expressed concern over the ris who was recommended by the coun-

I Award Nominations Asked Before Banquet"Nominate 0 0

someone you know thouse as part of the project. Andrews Citizen and Humanitarian for the both entertaining and informative.
that qualifies for one of the three an- may be a 1987 nominee for year awards should be made to the The Bradford-Union Community
nual awards given by the Starke- undertaking the Winn-Dixie Market Chamber office, on the corner of Band, directed by Jim Peronto, and O 8
Bradford County Chamber of Com- Place project, making it possible for Walnut and Madison Streets, phone the Shoestring Players ot the SKCC
merce," says Jack Eckdahl, executive the giant grocer to move its local 9645278. Starke Center directed by Dr. April "
director of the organization.The operation "up-town," after having O'Connell, will! perform. sill Good Wishes
banquet is set Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. been located in Bradford Square on The Banquet... 0Q
ct the new National Guard armoryin US-301 south, for Tickets for the annual meetingand
Camp Blanding. Deadline to Kelliene "Kelly" Baldwin, a high banquet are now on sale in the o May the days ahead bring to you and
reserve tickets is Jan. 9. school senior in 1986,was last year's Chamber office, and from Chamber
Nominations may be made by student of the year. Kelly Is the members. Tickets are $15 each, and your family a world of peace and an $
anyone in the county, and anyone in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerald sales will close Jan. 9. b abundance of happiness. Thanks for
the county may be nominated for Baldwin of Rt. 4, Starke. Kelly is attending Carolyn Autry, chairperson oPfhe eD
one of the three awards, says SFCC, but has not decidedon annual meeting planning committee your continued confidence.TERWILLEGAR .
Eckdahl. her major.Nominations. expects 200-300 people to attend
Awards are given in three for student of the the gala occasion, to be held at the r1 J
catagories: 1)) Citizen of the Year,2)) year should be made to Jim Duncan, new National Guard Armory at Q
Student of the Year, and 3) superintendent of education. Camp Blandmg. The social hour will o 0a
Humanitarian of the Year. Last year Elizabeth Walker was begin at 7 p.m., with dinner to be oDO
The Citizen of the year award for recipient of the humanitarian of the served a 7:30.:
1986 went to Guy Andrews for his year award for her work with senior The speaker for the evening has P"o
driving interest and support for citizens groups, work in the local not been announced, but Eckdahl opa
locating the Starke Center of Santa AME church and community work. said the speaker will be a person of o o o oot::;
Fe Community College in Starke, Walker is a retired school teacher. some renown in the area, and will be .,>
and utilizing the historic old cour Eckdahl said nominations for both o 0 1 'o
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I For Brooker ElectionFour o

Brooker positions are to be sworn in at the regularly scheduled
filled in a city election to be held council meeting on Tuesday, Mar. ffejoice
Feb. 17, the third Tuesday in the 10, 1987. '
month. Town clerk Linda Robinson told I Ir
We ring in the New
Officers whose terms are expiring the Telegraph that no one had ..
\ include mayor Blake Hamilton, qualified for any of the four officesas : Year with best wishes -
I councilwoman Sue Davis, councilmen of Tuesday morning, Dec. 30, for friends.
t C.J. Stalnaker and Carl Ed when qualifying opened. Qualifying you, MOTORS
wards. closes at noon Monday, Jan. 5. None
Each of the four positions will be ol the four incumbents. have made a ..... -* -- '- .-- ..
filled for two year terms beginning commrttnent' -to run ; "said-ClerK" arke'Power 206 W. Madison Keystone Heights
with the successful candidates brino: Robinson. Equipment
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Boys to Host; Sixth-Ranked OcalaBradford BHS Ladies to TravelBHS

High cagers begin their
post holiday action here Tuesday, girl baskutballers resume! Vanguard, who they've played
Jan 6, when they host Ocala post holiday play tomorrow (Friday, twice, and Keystone Heights. BHS
Vanguard, currently ranked number Jan. 2) at Cedar Key with a 6 p.m. lost to Gainesville High, the other of
6 in the state, in a district game. game. the four toughest on the schedule, by
The JV game begins at 6 p.m., the The Keystone High boys play after 12 points in the Christmas tourna-
varsity game at 7:30: p.m. in the BHS the girls at Cedar Key. ment.
gym. BHS then goes to Gainesville High BHS was 3.48t this stage last year,
next Wednesday, Jan. 7, for 5:30: and but Is playing a tougher schedulethis
Next Friday, Jan. 9, the BHS five 7 p.m. Barnes. Next Thursday Jan. season, says Coach John Slater.
goes to Palatka for 6:15: p.m. and 8 8, the girls are at home against Clay Key down the post-holiday stretchis

p.m. games. High for 6:30: and 8 p.m. games. the bench. Somebody has to come
Beverly Mosley a senior shooting through. Nobody can come off the
is home
Saturday Jan. 10
guard, leads the team In scoring bench now and play at the level
again against Bucholz High of through the first eight games with a needed, according to Coach Godwin.
Gainesville at 6:15 and 8
game : p.m. I 17.1 average. Junior forward Felicia The girls, especially the bench,
6-8 center Pat currently
Davis is averaging 13,2 points per need to work extra hard, says Coach
leads the BHS cagers in scoring, game and is the leading rebounderwith Slater. But the coach was disap-
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averaging 14 points per game. n _
11.5 per game. Mosley leads in pointed Monday when only three
Guard and forward
Eugene Blye Top Runner... assists with 4.5 per game and steals showed up for practice The
Malachi Jenkins are right behind, players
4.5 per game. that needed the practices
Lori Sapp placed second In the
averaging 12 points. Gator Howl Hun last! weekend. The varsity girls are 3-4 in regular most didn't show, he said. All the
Ron Brown and Malachi Jenkinsare
season play so far, and have already junior varsity players, except one
the current rebound leaders, played three of the toughest four visiting in Miami, attended practice,
averaging! just over 8.5 per game. 2ndat loams on their schedule in Live Oak. Coach Slater sate
Pat Diggs is averaging just under 7 Sapp

rebounds a game.
Guard Eugene Blye leads in GB
assists with 5 per game. RunLori .
Coach Jay Godwin expresses
some satifaction with the offensive Sapp of Bradford High finished vy,
effort of the Tornado five, now 14. second in the 14-19 year old divi- ,
The players are shooting well their sion in the 10,00 meter (6.2 miles)
shot selection is good they've shown Mazda Gator Bowl Run In Jackson
patience, Coach Godwin says. ville held Dec. 20.
The main negative factor is re- The distance run was held in conjunction -
bounding. BHS has been out- with the Gator Bowl Foot-
rebounded in most every game. The ball Classic, which included the
players need to go after the ball Gator Bowl football game and the
harder and need to box out better. k 4i 4iY run, plus the Gator Bowl Queen ac

"If the boys can pick up some intensity l lMf tivities.

they should come around," Sapp ran a 44:49.36: over the 10,000 5tPPll
says Coach Godwin. L meters for 13th place over-all in the
women's division and second placein
The JV is 21... her age group division.

Neil Slocum leads the 2-1 JV five in Sapp may run a couple of races in-

scoring, averaging 11.7 points per doors before the indoor season
game. preps. Lori runs for Coach George
Truin Blye, averaging 8.3 points Loper's Bradford Road Runners

per game, Jervane Ross 8, Wendell Club and the races Coach Loper will
Hudson 7, Roy Jackson 6.7, and Mar- put her in will be in the O'Connell
vin Lane with 3.7 points per game Center at the University of Florida.

are the other scorers. _. The official 1987 track season starts
Lane is the current best allroundJV -- ------ -' officially with the high school indoor

player and is a team leader, says Can't Miss... classic at the O'Connell Center this

Coach Chester Simpson. Slocum, the Malachi Jenkins soured above the crowd to can this shol earlier in the Feb. 7.Lori.
leading scorer, is a good offensive Cross trains four or live days of the N1u1 1Iar
season against! City.
player and an all-around good week, but is trying to relax a little bit
The BitS cagers are 1-4 so far in the regular season but Coach Jay Godwin
the coach Ross is the
says. over the holidays. But she tries to
has high hopes for a turnaround in his ram's fortunes when the
leading rebounder and is coining
keep the edge on now while there is
alone season resumes in January.far no real pressure. Best of everything, dear friends

The JV five needs to learn more along as it should he. High JV live 52.34and squeaked by Lori is the daughter of Mr. and and neighbors. It has been a

about the game of basketball Coach The JV live lost 59-44 to the Baker High JV 43-42: in Macclen- Mrs. Don Sapp of Starke and a juniorat pleasure to serve you. Thank you
Simpson says. The team is_nearly as Gainesville High but beat the Clav nv. BHS.
for your patronage and support.

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We are grateful for your patronageand :iii Illii =-i/ CORPORATION STARKE, FLA.

for your friendship. Have a for the election of Directors and

good, happy year. Lots of good wishes for a won
the transaction of any other
derful New Year to all our friends

and customers. business that may come before

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STORE of said Bank, on January 15,
Corbett's Tire & Service

Bradford Square Shopping Center 1987, between the hours of 5:00:
402 N. Temple Ave. 964-6136

964-5423 p.m. and 5:30: p.m. o'clock.NOTICE .

mlnlstrotlvo entity and grant recipient dividual; ((2)) ability to complete' the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF SALE
for the Job Training Partnership Act Program necessary work with minimal direct JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR REGISTER Notice Is h.r.by given that under and
Legal for the North Central Florida' Service supervision; and ((3)) specific experience BRADFORD COUNTY,FLORIDA. FICTITIOUS NAME by virtu.of Part IV of Chapter, F.S. a.
Delivery Ar.a will contract with an In doing similar work. CASE NO.t 86-106-CP ((1-3789)) Pursuant to S.ctlon 865.09 Florida Self-Storage Facility Act that the under

Individual to serve a* a Regional Coordinator ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Pleose IN RE Th. Estate of Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the signed will sell for cash to the highest
for Economic Development to b. contact Charles f. Justice, Executive WILMA M. KRONENBERGER, undersigned. Lillian E. Griffis. 905 W. bidder at the earner of Laura and Water
NoticesPUBLIC located In Lak. City to carry out this pro Dtroctor or Scott R. Koons, Director of D.c_..... Madison Street Stark., FL. 32091 sole Streets 'ark.. Florida, at 1:00 p.m., on
gram. Th. Regional Coordinator will lie Economic D.v.lopm.nt for the NORTH NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION own., doing business under the firm -trie 11th day of January 1987, the contents
responsible for coordinating regional/ CENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONAL PLANN- Th. administration of the .tat. of nom. of Pleasant Valley Care Center, of Unit A/B. belonging to Mary
.mploym.nt generating activities for ING COUNCIL, 10/300 S.W. 2nd Av.nu., WILMA M. KRONENBERCER Deceased 905 W. Madison Street, Starke FL, Tyson, containing personal and
the area through linkages with existing Gainesville, Florida 32601.6294 File Not 86-106-CP ((1-3719)), Is pending 32091 Intends to register' said fictitious household good. By Allen's Attic Self
NOTICE economic d.v.lopm.nt agencies In an telephone numb. ((904)) 376-3344. In the Circuit Court for Bradford County name under the aforesaid statute. S.rvlc.Storage, P.O. Box 656, K.y.ton.
REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS OP Hart: to attract new and expanding 1/1 Itchg Florida Probate Division th. address of Dated this 19th dayof December,A.D. Heights' Florida 32656.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THI PROVISIONOF businesses and Industries to the ar.a. 1916 In Bradford County. 12/24 2tchg 12/11
JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ACT which Is Bradford County Courthouse, '
ECONOMIC SERVICES SERVICES REQUESTED Professional services Starke, Florida 32091.Th. 12/2S4tpd1/1S
DEVELOPMENT required for this program Includ. IN THI EIGHTH JUDICIAL_ CIRCUIT names and add'..... of the personal
Th. North Central Florida Regional coordination. of direct mailings to pro- COURT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR representative and the personal NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
Planning. Council announces that professional spectiva employers, coordination of IRADFORD COUNTY representative's. ottorn.y are set forth REGISTER REGISTER
services or. required an the project d.v.lopm.nt of marketing materials, Ca.No.N-191-CA below. FICTITIOUS NAME FICTITIOUS NAME
listed below. The Planning Council organization of visitation teams, promo Pursuant to Section I6S.09 Florida Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
encourages Individual who desire to tion of th. Service Delivery Area In Plaintiff, Interested persons are required to Statutes, notice Is hereby glv.n that the Statutes, notice ii is hereby given that the

provide prof..lonal services for this order to promote a regional Identity v.. file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON. undersigned J.E. Hardy Auto Sales, undersigned.. .Earl Wllk.r.on. and Sylvia
project to submit a statement of (Florida's Suwannae Valley), coordination VESTA TYSON THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Inc., 1320 N. Temple Ave., Stark., Flo., Wilkerson, joint. owners, doing business
qualifications and experience. of a regional data base consisting of Defendant. NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate sole owners, doing business under th.firm under the firm. nama of Sylvia' Nurseryand
PROJECT Job Training Partnership Act annually updated community resource NOTICI OF ACTION and ((2)) any obl.ctlon by an Interested name of E-Z Wheels, 1320 N. Tern- Garden Canter, Intends to register
Economic Development Program for assessments,fact books and county profiles TO VESTA TYSON person to whom notice was mailed that pie Av., Starke, Fla., Intends to name under the aforesaidstatute. '

North Control Florida. 'and overall coordination of th..mptoym.nt Add,... Unknown challenges the validity of the will th.qualifications register said fictitious nom. under the Dated this 9 day of December
DESCRIPTION: Professional services are generating activities. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action of the personal representative aforesaid statute. 1986 In Bradford
venue, or Jurisdiction of the Dated this 22nd day of December, County.
of real
required for Implementation of a QUALIFICATIONS Individuals responding based on tho purchase pro- Bradford 12/18 4tpd 1/8
A.D.. 198 In County.122S4tchg
f.d.rally funded Economic Development to this request for statements of party located In Bradford County hat Court.
Program for the North Central Florida qualifications must provide detailed Information bean filed against you and you a,. required ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
Service D.llv.ry Ar.a. Th. program Is of educational training and to .rv. a copy of your written SO FILED WILL BI FOREVER BARRED. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Publication of this Notice has begun REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
funded with federal funds from the
work Minimum qualifications defenses M. Brown.A"on.y ,
experience. If to Terence
an December. 1916. to Section 865.09, Florid.Stat..t. .
Training Partnership Act. Th.
program for providing the required services for Plaintiff P.O. Draw. 40
consists of Attorney for P.r.anaIR.p.ntatlv.! notice Is h.r.by given that theundersigned
employment generating activities Include Associate of Arts Degree and before
an Stark., Florida 3291 on or FICTITIOUS NAME ,
JOHNNY R. HOBBS JR. Hartl.y and Hartley' Inc.,
business t.and. attract new and expanding three year related work experience. December ::11, 1986, and file the originalwith Gn. Hobbs. P.A. Pursuant to Section. 865.09 Florida doing business under the firm name of
Industry to area well
as retention and expansion effort.a. to CONTRACTUAL CONSIDERATIONS Pay the Clerk of this Court before or Immediately P.O. Drawer 938 Statutes, notice Is hereby given. that the Home Sweet Home. In Alachua, Marian,
create In the and willconsist m.nt for personal services/ will not exceed thereafter otherwise a Starke, Florida 3201 undersigned Llmmie. Massy A Daniel. Bradford and Columbia Counties,
lobs ,
new of | area $25,000 per annum plus other ..- default will .. entered against you for ((904)) 964-5700 Harrison Foley Rt. 4. Box 123 Storke, Florida, Intend to register said fictitious
promoting areglonal Image the relief d.mand.d In the Petition. 32091 owners, doing business name und. the of
Florida' Suwannee for the p.n.... Th. Regional Planning Council JOHNNY R. HOB1S. JR. Fla. |joint provisions the
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Vall.y) will provide office space and furniture, WITNESS my hand and seal of thl. under the firm nama of Th. Slab Rt. 4, aforesaid Statute.
of th. North
countle Central FloridaS.rvic.O.llv.ry
and offlc..uppli.s.CRITERIAi Court on the ith day'of D.c.mb.r,19/6. Personal Representative Box 655, Starke, Fla., 32091 Intends to DATED at Galn..vlll., Florida, this 16
A These efforts will
GILBERT S. BROWN of D.c.mb.r,1916.
JEWELLI H. BROWN register sold fictitious nom. under the day
n focus on creating new .fob opportunities Th. criteria used In making CI.rk of the Court ".0. Box SOB aforosaid .'alu'.. HARTLEY AND HARTLEY, INC.
In the area far Job Training Partnership the selection of the Regional Coordinator Byi Linda L.Pearce Starke, FL 3201JEWELL Dated this 23 day of December, A.D. Cheryl F.Hartley,Secretary
, Act eligible Individual, which are not for Economic Development will A.Deputy CI.r'121141chg11 H. BROWN 1986 in Bradford County. Lisa C.Hartley, President122S4tchg1lS
the result of relocating fobs from other Include the following Items In order of 12/212tchg12131 1/1 4tchg 1/22
communities. Importance: ((1)) educational and/or
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Race Team from Lawtey Goes fo the Gold. and Wins I

By Mark Friedlin 1983, he got into the sport more as a In November, Greg was named classes available (the limited mg this time in two classes! for a rare together yoursell (with Dad's help) '
IHT Matt Writer hobby than anything else an exciting Stale Champion in the Florida State modified heavy division), then in "double" win. for around $1 J.)". The old carts were
When 17-year-old Russ Miscally of diversion for the weekends Dirt Track Series, racing in one ol December he was named State Russ began his racing career at a loads ol lun, and roliahlu thanks to
Lawtey began racing go-carts in- when he was off from school. the fastest and most competitive! Champion in Georgia as well, winn- track in MaxvilJe,north ol Starke on the tried and true engine
US-5)1:( near his home near Lawtey
vhere he lives on Carter Koad with Well the engine is still made by
parents Russell Sr and Judy Miscal- Briggs and Stratton, but that's about
r Z_ Iv and vonnncr brother Greg, 14. the the only old diivs thing that's still the same as

Greg is a story m himsell. Just a
l beginner in the sport and racing In The dillercnie! is performance. \
the state Lots(d III.IJrlVerh.
series for the lirst year he
captured lilth place in the Georgia with "racing in thui i
series and sixth the Florida hlood",
in seriesa so to speak, usually I
promising start lor a young graduated to motorcycles or I lull-size t
driver racing!cars it they pursued the sport
Go-carting on this level has evolved tiny further.
a long way Irom the faithful :Not any more.
Briggs and Stratton" lawnmower 'I'h,' go-carts ol todays! races, the
engine put-putting around the yard kind Russ and Greg enter would he
m a null-order frame you could bolt s..Page sAAnnual

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Three quarters of tin Miscallv Family race team inspects one of their (iiC|{ (middle) uP ode a strong show inn: in Ins ilHiul in the stale events
go-carts in preparation for the next race.Kuss this season. Kussell Rrha's ratiiifj! e'I.t'l'h'lIu'| wllli lull size spoils' car'sbefore
(at left) rrrrnll won stale lilies In both Georgia and Florida in lie ami his wife Judy. \\liois I also UlllllljJ..I.IIIIIIUI.1 ol the lamil> .
competition with some of the top professional! race tt'amliin the sport. team, disiovcieil uliul a Inn spoil (01 tin*lannlt KIM: 'ail racing cun he. '.' ., ... .

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Always Busy...
Russell! Miscally Sr..shown here working in the backyard engine shophe Monthly
and Ms sons operate,is always looking for the slightest Improvementsin
the family team's racing equipment in an effort to coax that extra bit of .
speed out of the engines. ,
Sometimes small improvements can result in improved track times, (i month :
critical In a sport in which the winners are often separated from the %
losers by hundredths of a second. 6.43

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then don't cook come to the Strawberry Rate %

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Children Under 12

$2.95 When want a high CD rate
Children under 3 $5 95 you ,

FREE Have a year of joy, goodness and look up to Florida: Federal. L
fortune. To all our many friends,
Serving from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. thanks. _
a and 5 p.m. 8 p.m. o _- Florida
Florida Federal :

The Strawberry Patch Restaurant Federal
For the Florida Federal office nearest you,1-800-THE-BANK..
o m the ECONO LODGE o oo 395 W. Madison. S(. MINIMUM DEPOSIT$1,000. Rates subject to change rsuc !
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2 BSECTION January 1.19X8LouAnn's

Last Chance

For SFCC Winter Term Lee's
here is still time to register for Lounge

Winter Semester classes at the Santa 1 800 North Temple ((301 N.) Starke Florida r JifJ
Fe Community College Starke
Center. Classes begin next Tuesday, :r We Serve Chinese Food {tlJ
January 6 and run through April 30.
The Starke Center office will be Azalea & Blueberry Farm Seafood & Steaks Cooked American!

January open for 2,registration and Monday on January Friday 5 Located off 100 South towards Keystone take right on LUNCH SPECIALS '2.95 up DINNER SPECIALS 4.25 up

from 8 a.m. to 4 p,m. with a special 24th Street follow signs or
evening session on Monday ti'om 6 to8pm WE HAVE A BANQUET ROOM .
Call 964-7109 & We will assist you TUBS thru Sat. 10-5:30: I VISA. J1 Just Right for Birthday Parties, Receptions, Etc I I J
A record number of 43 classes is PLEASE CALL U
being offered for the Winter Term at

the Santa Fe Community College Co-Op Craft Shop 964-6601 FREE -
Champagne FREE
Starke Center in the renovated Cour- 964-6601
thouse on West Call Street.In New Year's Eve New
addition to basic classes in Cut Christmas Trees for Sale Year's Day

Math English Science History All Nature Sings of Jesus Open I Days A Week Open for Lunch: 11:30 a.m. lo :3 p.m. Open for Dinner: :3 p.m. 10 p.m.
Social Sciences and Development _,' fn b <<<::10..... Sunday 0 open New Yrnr'. l)..y 4-10 ,pm
Marriage and the Family Art Appreciation -
American Literature
Medical Terminology Anatomy and
Physiology Speech Business Law
Economics Computer Concepts and
Introduction to Assembler Program-
ming. MORE WAYS IN -- Ys
With the addition of a language lab TORIESWIN .' TBT iRb IDIIC
: :,
at the Starke Center Spanish is being ..-
offered for the first time. COUPONS CASHXCQOKVVAR 'jj'S: :iS: iO::3,;! hI-:! 'SJr..ijl: UJi!

Another highlight of the Winter -'i"-:::: =:: 1t1.t: : 1- I MANUFACTURER'S I
Term is a class taught by Dr. April : WIEEI(
= ::
O'Connell, entitled Children's ;; =:
Theatre which will feature presenta- 1
tions local schools "WINNER .. .., mi ffFLORIDA
in designed to involve -- -- .
... __
audience participation.There OVER .TOOWMNOAMMJUB...--...--..-la...*.-_ ...... PONS
will also be an EMT Basic --..---...-,...........-..-...---..-.-,... ONLY!
.. ...
@: ... .
Training Wigglesworth Class of taught Alachua by County Ernest .-.eI.-MP"....OM- -CMtI.---..NrYY...-...--w..". f\

Department of Emergency Ser IN CASH AND VALUABLE COUPONS! nw" --- -.._,....HUL,.

vices. With the expanded program in NOW ATWINN-DIXIE =:: 'E".:.- :! DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE :"", .:;:::..w.n.4.,4.-:: : ..-..w...,l.,.
.. <> '- "" "
the Starke Center a local studentcan WIN UP TO $1,000 ..0.0.. STARKE.CLAY LIVE OAK LAKE CITY OAINESVILLES.AUGUSTINE _,...,.._A'.'.. .w'"_ .'.._. "_"" ,
Associate of Arts
get all an his classes in degree :=:==:=:='_.. HIGH SPRINGS PERKY PALATKA, CHIEFLANO .::. ...:;;.:=. ';..;:"'.:::'.:=...".,."' __, ,_.
taking Starke. An 'I'- MADISON CALLAHAN MACCLENNY ,, ",- .... '", ,.
increasing number of non-degree -'-"- '-" -'-
seeking students have also been taking
advantage of the local college -
classes especially the varied com

puter and Business classes. Mid Winter Canned Goods Sale
Winter term classes begin on iI <<
January 6 and end April 30. lUJDf "K, 4A"... 10'/t 01 THRIFTY MAID 12 ox THRIFTY' MAID
For more information please call > *N .Y MA II
Attorney ElwellTo CUT SWEE'T"oT': "rOES' >." I I "v. TOMATO PASTE I 1CORNED JUICE
Assistant State ; BLACKEYE PEAS I
Attorney Thomas Tlu IN WAIIM in OH. m ly1:
Elwell will be the instructor .. .
for a 0'.", '..." KIDNEY BEANS"N'! LEMON JUICE .
Business Law course which is offered J'R+ I I STEMS a PIECES MUSHROOMS IS ox THRIFTY' MAID .50.01 THRIFTY MAID> REGULAR or NATURAL
at Santa Fe Community College Ii 101 CHILI PRICE t BEANS RMEAMbH rr( PINTO BEANS APPLE SAUCE
in Starke. .1I e Sof ,. *1.MAO BT? IS ox THRIFTY MAID 14 01 TROPICAL FLAKE
The course is scheduled for Tues-
day evenings from 7 to 10 at the :

Semester Starke Campus.starts Jan. 6.The Winter ciW Mi ,. I oo BN1S 00 ; \ C

"I will be putting a lot of energy In- > '"/* iWCH' ;'J' ,. ? jjiVj'.1.;;;..; ; FOR FOR I. EACH
to this course to make it as excitingas iRiM"J iCftuflfcSJedfei *
possible" said Elwell. .. ,.-r .....-...
interested (CMUW S.tWt.'w'MbLf((EBNin'.COlto,W|
Anyone take the
course by registering at may the old cour- (ha Md IHRIfifMAlp MIIINAUKEETS 6PK-g49

thouse. The center will be open for CANS iif
registration Friday January 2 and STOMAIOES
Monday January 5 from 8 a.m. to 4 SIAOUAM!
p.m. with a special eveing session ? WINE/ m$4 99IhnI4.
registration on Monday from 6 to 8 M"I 1101 d
p.m. L I I ; COOLER -s
For further information call '' L All VAKIIIIIS

964-5382. P l IISVFD Fire 44 Ili' ,. 'i' ; I I
f : I ,III'"r, 2, p WHOEIMHftiW./ I COLA. .
Start the New Year off right, purchase 1 .: i i(iii'tvwtti'S1110'.0(( (
an A B C fire extinguisher for iHiort'lUfielMif*!* ** *

your home and learn the proper _

operation.The t _
Heilbron Springs VolunteerFire 11 _,C r, i 1
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fhriM ill
Department wishes everyone a
j' 'Fire Safe' New Year. ':. -3 '", K 'tsfirraiiiwl wprnwii*** ..,.
GREEN $ 00 ,

Racing. ? MUCEliiJTVl
'leg uarCieFl. %&,, BEANS CANS
(From "nlB> ''dM" 1HRIFTYMAID C

considered "Hi-tech" when placed '
alongside one of the old carts. Theyare APPLESAUCE SAN
highly modified little technical
SAVI $1.30. I'II
amount marvels of that power pump out of an their astonishing methyl- BONELESS $ 98 > WISK $999

alcohol burning engines. They can / yfi( sWOO >'
i take high speed turns as if they were iWO "tiwipilfitiwr\ r '
glued to the track on modern p HAND U.(. CHOICI IONIUSSCALIFORNIA SAVE YOE.1St on n icSNUGGLE'S
suspension systems that keep the accident -
$ 97 $1)99)
rate at even the big races
amazingly low considering the per ia s.cHoicer) ROAST ta 1 SOFTENER 4oz. I
formance levels in competition.
Classes of racing in the sport are
determined both by engine sizes AA
(cylinder displacement) and the
amount of modification performedon
the machine. The rules state the
amount of modifications that may be
performed on the engines in each
! class from none at at all (stock) to iUP flBBAND 100"PU k v.llPISOMiHQUSI..-:.. tiiA-i' WH'6tl iTcoomQ'* IOUIIC f i>;ui
I the customized highly modified
engines in the higher classes.As ORANGE && CKEN
far as the frames go the sky m"im '
seems to be the limit. DO ICE ft iftftffl
Several companies sell the new
high-tech frames made from light 'o ..
alloys for increased strength and
reduced weight. The engines are JI ;y .ttlNC'rt-; uAVlRSfCOCQNUTCAl
bought separately, and a racing W ? I team like the Miscallys can go
,j through one or two"blown" engines
each weekend.
> When modified the engines have a
power output that would startle a O t'0
rider from the old hobby days. A.ArArAep
Drivers and their mechanics
(that's right it's a team operation
these days usually with family
members pitching in) have a "pit
stop" operation very similar to thosein
professional racing just on a D'ANJOU. BOSC. SICKLE ft IIOULAI w MOM PULP SUPIIttANO fUPIRHAND
When it comes to modifications 78c 1201 98C 12 PKPKC. $138 CHEESE Ill. 58CPEARS
the possibilities seem endless. 0 o. taIMDIVI. ORANGE JUICE. s=E: SANDWICHES . SIZE
They install larger carburetors
which into increases the engine the amount beef of fuelgoing and FRESH CHEESEFOOD PRESTIGE
j 34C
99C 69C
equipment 11 ne tune the tinker suspension with the with throttles custom SALADS . ia 0. 0 IIK'rt YOGURT E rE,?

to make them more responsive anda
hundred other things which they
hope will give them the winning edgein
I The amount of modifications '
allowed under the class system
varies slightly from state to state
1 but is generally the same a fact WINN DIXIE
which gave Russ the opportunity to
t I rompete, and excel in races in both L
! Florida and Georgia. **QOQp IS 01 DITAp4b :
Beginners usually start in classesin
which fairly standard go-carts are VI

used. Those unmodified go-carts still PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS
may cost$1,000 and up with good used America's RESERVED1'lIlu'
,I ones going for $500 and up and THURS. ,1987, Supermarket YM : :o.
they perform and handle at a level JAN. 1 7.

'- exciting enough for most any kid
1 .large or small.I.
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Youths Found After Extensive Search I New Year's Eve

i LANES 1612 N. Temple, StarkeRENTALANE

An ull-nighlsearch by authorities morning and located the grandfather Hospital in Gainesville was con rescue officers who were helping
prevented one ol the most dangerous und uncle. tacted and they sent helicopter and with this operation said they had
iirt'iis of Union County from claiming Daylight was not tar far off at this personnel 1 to help with the search. never soon a rougher area than JFV Si
two sixti'cn-yrur-olds Monday. point, so the teams continued the The helicopter spotted the man and this," said Whitehead, "I'd like to \ ;- ,, _
I.inics' lro Brooks of Inverness search lor the youths The batterieson dog team trail!! directed. them out of encourage hunters to stay out of this 10:00 p.m.1:30 a.m.
and Timothy Scott Tuten of Fernan- the searchers' portable the area. area."
'lin.i Beiu-h, both 16, were found in flashlights began to go out while It At approximately 10:15: a.m. Mon Whitehead 1 also noted that officials *15.00 per' lane .
I ho Piney Hay area of Union County was still! dark and the undergrowthwas day the helicopter spotted the two appreciated the help donated by the Make Reservations N-O-W
Monday, Dec 29. Brooks had a so thick they lound it extremely boys According to Sheriff Shandscair helicopter, since a \
t twisted", ankle and both young men dil licult to go anywhere without hav- Whitehead, they were approximately search and rescue operation ol this
wore scialched up, but otherwise ing to cut their way through said 100 yards apart, but were in an type is not really the duty ol the 964-8175 D.J.ln CLUB 25 tit 1:30 a.m.
uninjured, by the experience.The Whitehead.The area so thick, that they couldn't see medical helicopter team.
two boys are cousins and were Game and Freshwater Fish one another. Whitehead also said ho greatly appreciated -
with their grandfather and uncle at Commission was contacted and they Whitehead said that it took GFC the help of OFC and DOC
the family hunting camp near supplied a small search plane at (Game and Freshwater Fish Com personnel as well as the volunteerswho uappy New Year!
Varnes Brunch Curve on Herman daylight however the undergrowth mission) officers two hours to cut cooperated to I mil these two
Roberts' property in Union County. was so thick, the plane couldn't fly their way into where the youths young men.
According! to Sheriff Jerry slow enough to make an effective were, with helicopter personnel I
Whitehead on Sunday, Dec. 28, the search ol the area, said Sheriff directing them.
youths h1\ one into the woods on Whitehead Sheri Whitehead said he will ask -
the north side of state road 121 near Shandscair, the medical rescue people to stay out of the Piney Bay
the old Harrison Dairy- into an area helicopter from Shands Teaching area. "Professional search and
known as Piney Bay-looking for two I suPER'DUTY
leer hounds that had gotten lost. LIFE INSURANCE
When the boys failed to return to the
hunting camp their grandfatherdrove LB Man Sought in ShootingEthel PLUS
mlo Lake Butler to notify the
authorities.The I AH CDS'
Union County Sheriff's Crews ol Lake Butler was in good condition Tuesday at Lake OIL FOR ENGNE5O
Department was notified at approximately Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery after being admitted with a gunshot e
7:30: ( p.m. Sunday evening.By wound on Sunday Dec. 28.
9:30: ( pm. sheriff's deputies, The wound was the result of an alledged shooting incident which occur-
red that same day. According to Investigator Larry Cochran, charge *ut want osuinn .
and went into the
a dog
urea in search of the youths,but failed have been filed against Crews husband, Rudolph Crews, but he had not When you treat your engines right t. t they'll work harder.: And t they'll
to pick up their trail. been located as of Tuesday morning..Dec. ;30. last longer: And that's what Gulf Industrial oils are all about. Gulf
Information will be released it becomes available.
The search len the wooded as GulCSUPER
group Super Duty Plus is highly recommended for use in mixed fleets and
area about 1 a.m., postponing the ? iJ )! ? Ut i1 t\181 1 tt}\\Ir.tli! *?11 1 T8afHappy
search until daylight. The youths' T fAll taf t I\f\f I \ i for equipment operation under the most difficult situations. Gulf

grandfather and uncle went into the Super Duty meets the demands of gasoline and diesel-powered
area with flashlights searching for
the boys. Their lights' batteries died I LAVERNH. OUTLAW DUTY I I engines working under all but the most severe conditions. Gulf lube*

when the two were too deep into the L MOTOR OIL. I Motor Oil XHD is ideal for gasoline engines in
thickly wooded, swampy land to find
job and for diesel in to moderate-
their way out again in the dark. ,4' any engines up
Deputies who were in the area .- :__ a1 duty service. Don't settle for less than Gulf motor
waiting for enough light to begin the DAVIOlL DODGE.MSA) KA C. WATERS. ; ueWM "
"search, again, heard the two men 9B4.4522STARKE. OeslgnatKtAppraistir1JBeaii ResH4imvijpA.1"IrKATitDERi ollllLJ1ll oils. Because when your engines stop working, r----
calling. Deputies contacted Department 114-53711.. "' ';:V 1 -.... so do you.
of Corrections personnel and a FL. '
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dog team from the Reception and .
Medical Center in Lake Butler and a Res.H433f' ;SUZ ANNE KITCHENS : GulflubeXHD _
SKKT: (specially trained officers REGISTER OIL COMPANY 'INC.
who track escaped prisoners) Team Op.nlMon.thru.rriC. Res<114-5141! :,tOU YOUNG ,
Irom Florida State Prison took dogs 308 S. Thompson Street 964-5888 '
into the area about 4 a.m. Monday MOTOR OIL r
Wholesale Prices to Public in Bradford County

!.iIii iiii for Lube Oils Tires. Tubes Batteries

HIGH FIBER MUFFINS I LP Gas Mineral Spirits Diesel Kerosene Tires Tubes Lube Oils
1 cup all-purpose flour New Year I x ucawxr 9919unt NEW ITEMS: Bulk Hydraulic Fluid & Universal Fluid

1/3 cup sugar Pumped Into your containers.
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder II We wish to thank you for a
1 cup Ralston' High Fiber 1..
Hot Cereal tremendous 1986.
1 egg beaten I ItONIijCO

3/4 cup milk As professionals in serving the C11ir11Ie I/
1/4 cup vegetable oil

!\ real estate needs of this area, 90 PROOF / .RICAN
Preheated 400 oven. Grease
or paper-line 12 muffin cups. we shall continue to offer the LONDON LITER I LITER GOLD
Combine flour,sugar,Halt,bakIng I DRY 33.8 OZ. r 33.8 oz. &
powder and cereal. Combineegg service and value that will make GIN ; I ,w, .,. WHITE
,milk and oil.Add all at once 695 r'' g / 699 Ov 1
to dry ingredients. Stir just 1987 a banner year for both our I CASE OF 12 82.50 aiRPNRICC 83.00
until moistened.Fill muffin
cups .
2/3 full. Bake 20 minutes or until customers and our company. ItWBJa .
lightly browned Serve warm. -
Makes 12 muffins .! 80* VODKA h E RUMI v G -u

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Blueberry Muffins: Gently stir SAWYERTNEw r .2o _
blueberries into batter. KENTUCKY
3/4 cup
Use fresh,frozenunthawedor) 999 BOURBON -
well-drained canned berries. 1 ; I I59.20r.
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carpet for that extra room? 'I
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Page'I IISKCTION: .. :'/ January 1.11IMBI !)

set at 2500. Sanders, who was Traffic restrained; front seat occupants Lawtev Man Charged
released from custody Nov. 26, admitted Jeremy Eugene Barker 20, of older that Itt years of age can be in-
I to taking the rille and money Miami was arrested Dec. 29 for Improper dividually cited. With School BurglaryA
News BriefsDriver to buy crack, according to the 'rh(' law is
tag, according to Patrolman strongly: supported by 28-year-old Lawtey man was arrested -
report. The investigation I the Florida AAA Clubs, who with the
was con- Ray Shuford. Bond was set at 4150. Dec. 25 and charged with
ducted by Sgt. Reno and Deputy Florida Department ol Highway breaking into Southside ElementarySchool
Doug York. George Washington Early was arrested Salely und Motor Vehicles announced in Starke.
Charged DUI ,John I'.ynn Jr., 35, was charged Recent ArrestsIn Dec. 23 on a capias chargingno a joint call for enforcement ofFlorida's Neil Norman Golden was charged
theft after the tools he
"!Hli grand solely belt law
valid driver's
license and driving with burglary, possession of
In One Car AccidentMarcus allegedly stole were pawned at the Bradford CountyThe while license suspended, according Statewide usage now stands at 40.6 burglary tools and trespass on
Seay, 52, of Worthington Waldo Flea Market, according to Lt. following to Deputy Doug York. Total bond is prrrrnt, considerably higher than school grounds, according to
Springs! was arrested Dec. 21 for Glen Moore. The tools were the property by local authorities wore made sot at 21150. the 28.7 percent usage shown in the Patrolman Ray Shuford.
Clifford Parrish. Bond Bradford
of was April 1986 pro-taw but
influence when his survey quite
driving under County. Golden said he was looking for
set at $1,000.Flynn $20 Fine For a drop from i the( 52.7 percent usageon
vehicle wrecked on SR-121 accor- FailureTo money but did not find any. according
is wanted by Dade County July 1, i tic effective dale of the
ding to Trooper Calvin Pace. Antiomo to I the
of Little, 19, of Miami was Use Seat Belts report.
authorities grand
Seay driving a 1977 GMC, was on charges arrested Dec. 29 on a warrant charg- law. "Many people will obey a law Bond was set at $1,000 for each
southbound off the thelt-auto, a stolen pickup truck andis Beginning New Year's simply because it is a law. Unfor-
on SR-121 ran ing failure to appear, according to Day, law charge Golden remains in the coun-
road, struck a culvert with the right .being detained in Bradford County. Patrolman Ray Shulord. Little's end oreemenl officials are authorizedto tunately,punitive measures, such as ty jail.Family .
front, travelled 75 feet striking vehicle was stopped for a traffic issue citations carrying a $20 fine a $20 line, are necessary. to convince
another culvert then another 30 feet Starke violation when it was determined he for violators of the 19H6 law. others! to r. ,; -
and struck a utility pole. Damage to Man Charged was wanted; he is being held for The driver is responsible for -
the GMC was $500. With Taking Rifle Ocala authorities. assuring! that front seat occupants
!aite 16 and under are properly
A 24-year-old Starke man was arrested ---.
Miami Man Held Dec. 28 and charged with I .r rle '
After Stealing ToolsA removing a semi-automatic rifle and tl 0
money I from a 1981 Chevrolet pickup. 1
35-year-old Miami man was arrested Frederick Sanders was charged
Dec 27 and charged with taking with burglary of a conveyance
a tool chest with tools from a grand thelt and petit theft, according Ai ,
Starke residence.A to Sgt. W. C. Reno. Bond was 1

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Missing Juvenile, Escapes Once More DENMARK i. L.A. Gear Candies
LaZBoyIM5I2I Esery ps vows
juvenile who escaped Irom a suspect; has been developed, the EtlOry r Nina 9 West
detention center who was trackedby missing juvenile. Charges are forthcoming a4 1D Gloria Vanderbilt Clao
a prison dog team and apprehended including two counts of "
with three area 15-year- burglary grand theft and petit theft, ;
old girls has again escaped and is said York. HRS will also charge the I I I I// Bradford Square 417 Edwards Road Starke
now wanted lor burglarygrandtheft. juvenile with escape. 964-4071

The 16-year-old male juvenile
escaped from a Tampa facility alter
his Starke capture Dec. 1 and was SPECIALS -
seen with stolen merchandise in his *'S Perms
possession following a break-in last a Body Wave or Curlies
Wednesday according to Deputy

Doug A residence York. CR-100 of Making your pre-need funeral ar- Helene Curtis $25 Men's . $1 0
on west Specifics . Stylecuts .
Starke on Bayless Hwy was broken rangements Is more than a con : I
rrx Paul Mitchell Women'sOdorless
into p.m.Dec.A large 24 between portable 7 a.m.stereo and 3, venience, It Is almost a necessi ll 1iI!!]I II\\ ] t l . . $35 Style CutsTanning . $14
clothing and all the Christmas (Haircut Included)
presents under the tree were taken ty. HI-Lltes Sessions . . ea. $5
from the home. Alter stashing those Why postpone making arrangements .. or Frost . . . $25 or
items in the nearby woods, the 4 10 For . . . $25
tim perpetrator s car through then broke the sunroof into the and vic- for your funeral? "; .. ,,- Haircolor . . $1 5lluirplanf)5

another removed radio.the AM-FM cassette and Call us or come by for the ,. = --' ?. ; Proudly Welcomes

---------------- Linda Kav Smith
With the exception of one radio,all plans that are available. :::: .
the stolen property was recovered,
in time for Christmas and returnedto --
the owners, according to Deputy Hairplanes

York.Through evidence and the JONES FUNERAL HOME 'y:::

testimony ol an eyewitness a 737 S. Walnut SI.SUrke .
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Go-Carts. Champion in Two Sta If......

,a KIIHH rrr< nf lour i-l tsM" in which h.> rom.Tl."il.. .
(from nine( 2A) ,, : The liaril-<'haruiun Itniiirnnl Iliuli slmlrnl' bas i>\>'r|- Ml Imphii-H. in UKSIMM I
'I (it Ins rrritll.PHOCRAFT ,
The machines' low ci'ntvr gravity t aF : !
make them capable oj high speed ,
turns through courses that would lMRRAER
wreck other vehicles attempting the OUTBOARDS it
same maneuvers. Hiding at an
average of only two inches olf the
ground, the drivers and their
machines seem glued to the track as
(hey race through the courses. TACKLE l1
The modified racers take their iii a.* ,,,,,,NE AGGRESSOR
machines through some amazing F .'. ;: HYDRA ALUMACRAFT SPORT GEMINI
maneuvers at which can BAHA
reach up to 70 miles per hour in the O
straight-aways and create their ownminiInIianapolis" H.a .
in which Phone ((904)) 282-3115/6/
the same tactics professional ti, ., SM f p1K 3070 Blanding IVi mile South of 218
racers use are adapted by the top go- Mlddleburg Fl 306fl:: onSR2tYOUR
cart drivers for competition. "
In a competitive situation like ; i i| '.
thai, winners are often measured in nra .
hundredths of l seconds adding to the L'h.: : COffllFORT/fZlE
suspense ol the race lor the participants -' -

and the spectators f 111, HOME FOR WINTER !

Success Comes Quickly... j
Russ ==:::---:: ::-::- _
was encouraged by his increasingly : =
high finishes throughoutthe :
year in 1985, and went into the Y y 4, Let
1986 season with high hopes of making Z
a good showing in the state stan i "y
dings. Such high hopes in fact, that WARREN'SHeating
he entered both of the classes his
cart qualified I'or in Florida, and
another two in Georgia,just lor good & Air Conditioning

measure. .
*- _
I "At the time he thought he might Plumbing & Elec. Servicehelp
: have a l fighting chance lor the championship
i in one of the four classes he resorting to handling a wrenun or a
entered," said Russ's mother Judy screwdriver when necessary you with their
Miscally, who takes an active part in Jewelry
the race team. "We had idea he Setting Higher Goals..
I no
would end up taking the state championships With the close ol (the 1986 racing would like to take this opportunity Complete Sales & ServiceHeat
in three out ol four classes series, the Miscally racing team is
I he entered. It's exciting." already planning its 1987 season. to thank their many customersfor
They will enter the state competitiononce
I Younger brother Greg, who races again but this lime they are their Christmas sale Pump Specialist
I his own cart in the Junior Stock shooting lor the top ol the Udder -
Class, entered one class in each the National Dirt Series lor IUB7.
I state as well, creating some unusual such a huge success The .t..' All Makes of Air Conditioners
scheduling and pit-stop control pro The two young racers competed in ,.
and Heaters
blems for the family race team. two national series races last year members of the Williams family 1C'
"just lor the experience" and Judy stFuel
] Oil & Gas Furnaces
The going would get rough when reports that it certainly was that. extend wishes for
the class order in a race placed a happy,
Russ's two classes back to back The race was held at the Volusia
then Greg's class right alter that Speedway in Daytona Beach, also healthy and prosperous New 964-7230 269-7706 473-9068
creating a "mad scramble" for the the site ol this seasons; first race on
lamily_ pit crew, according to Judv. the national series and the boys Year. Starke Orange Park Keystone Hgts
hope it won't be as cold as it was last ,
Russell Sr. and the two wouldall
season, when temperatures in the -----------------
push the cart up the sta rting grid low twenties, combined with a cold .
an etched out area on the apron wind olf the ocean, deposited a line [: AFTER CHRISTMAS : ) Be Wise. ,
drivers would position
layer ol ice
over anything sending
themselves lor the start ol the race, still. : PRE-INVENTORY :
then Judy would stand with the next L ShopPKICCWSE
one to run while Russell Sr. hustled When the go-uirters I unshod the : STOREWIDE SALE : ) I
from cranking the first cart on the races their hands were Iro/en the
line with a hand-pulled rope over the steering wheels and had to U pried :
second cart waiting to crank it up in oil L: Now In ProgressWILLIAMS I I'Old
turn. When Russ finished the __ _J
hr trace
!> dil- ----------
he had to push his cart to the f licult Scorekeeping because it was was too IIlso'l'1'y cold to write ..
side ot the track,then jump out ol his must
last enough. Storekeepers
cart sprint the length ol the course record (the position ol every cart on JEWELRY
and jump back into the second cart, each lap ol n nice
which Mom and Dad had already fVwii/y/ (limed and O/Jf>rtllf't/ '
started and had waiting at the stars So Lawtey has a rare double! state Schenly Windsor ,
ling grid for the next race. champ with aspirations for u possible 100 E. Call Street Bradford Square Thompso vodka Canalll

As soon as Russ had finished his state championship beloie the Starke Starke .... -...Q' k ._l<R .. -
: second race Russell Sr. had already year is over.
cranked Greg's motor lor his upcoming Russ is a junior. and Greg is a 964-7064 964-8485 UR
event. Since there are two sophomore at liradlord Iligh School lhompse6 UR
heat (qualifying) races lor each + 1 1 r rvnMrn
event and one feature race, the hustle ---- 629 599 r 'gg r vauivv
and bustle in the family pit stop -
went on throughout most ol the day. .
As you can tell by now, this is a h d' ::_

keeps true family the entire effort,family an effort involved that /JIi C or S' [ J ___

throughout the weekend about twicea -
month during the season. SHOES [Z]
Russell Sr. who has had a lifelong nl I
interest in racing cars and go-carts
builds all of his son's motors himselfin 101 E. Call Street Starke Canadian ITf
well-stocked home E Seagrams Absolut
a workshop at
and spends many hours on his "It- nJ Vodka
time doing extensive tuning jobs Semi Annual Shoe SaleNew Calvert e ,
J both on the engines he builds and on r 0'Gin
a the Irames and suspension systemson .I
the machines. Arrivals Ladies Shoe Sale! 1.75 i/E" 750 /
Pump ? 750
Russell Sr.and Judy raced Corvettes -
on the circuit early in their Selected Shoes
picking valuable experience $1297 aGi... 599
career up Racked for 999
and a love lor the sport in & Up

the process. Assorted Colors Easy ShoppingAll
"Anything we can do to get that
last little bit of performance out ol
the engines and frames, we do," Children's Shoes Select Styles
says Russell Sr.,who readily admitsthe 301 Liquors & LoungeI

sport has he and the family Dress & Canvas '."""," on
thoroughly "hooked". 11 *2 *4, :68 I \ North: of Starts! on Ilwy. 301
Judy s job in the family operationis
just as busy. She keeps detailed !! GRAB TABLES
records on the boy's lap times race PACKAGE STORE & LOUNGE '" sAc
results motor setups lor filtering ;'
track conditions and "just takes up "
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SECTION January I. 1986

I r' Starke Area Want Ads:1: II I

CARS & TRUCKS -_. .- --

iwnei low mileage. $3995. 9647271. LINK FENCEi Installed. Free
964 4319. 12/18 tfnchg estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. CARPENTER TOOLS, especially rare / cJ'ruiiileari
1964 FORD TRUCK St.p-sld.. Good for Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 tin .. Ph. 468-1$51 1 7:30: aim 6:30: LOOK AT THISI Just remodeled for you.

,ignoring. Mag wheels. $1,293. GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, windows, p.m. or 468.1150.12/18 4lpd 1/8 1.720 sq. ft. CH/A, w/attlc fan, 3 or 4 ,- REALTY
964.7536. Evenings weekends. 12/25 etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY WANTED DEPENDABLE BABY SITTER to BR, 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen ;
Ifnchg 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake babysit In my home. 2 boys, 3 and 7 19 x 20 great room closets galore, .
SPECIAL DEAL 1972 Ch.vy K-S Blaz.r Butl.r 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, years old. Call 964 5962. 1/1 Itpd fenced back yard w/tool shed, '
4X4 green with removable whit top. 4734973. 2/26 tin Saratoga Hgts. Concrete drive S walk. \ r PHONE.96..7776
New back gloss, n.w clutch. V-8. HANDYMANi carpentry painting, electrical SCHOOLSSEMI Don't miss this bargain. By owner. Call m
speed, po*. tract. STRONG TRUCK complete home repair. today. 473-7541 or 4752597. 11/13 "AS N. Temple, Starke I
Asking $800. Also 1979 M.rcury Capri Reasonable rol... Licensed contractor. tfnchg M.. I
Red w'black trim PS PB, AC, auto Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9ttn DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- Cecelia Terwillegar
,t 'ran* .6 cyl., good shop, need tune- FAIRFIELD ROOFING Fr. estimates. Drive Big Trucks) D.O.T. Certification.Local BOATS
up asking $1500. Will take $2100 for licensed. Insured and bonded. All and National Job Placement Happy New YearRESOLUTIONS
both truck and car.Call 964-4037 day or types of roofing and repairs 485.1556 Assistance CorrespondenceResidentTraining. ,
964.4430 night after 5:30 Ask for or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg Eligible Institution for Finan 197e 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. I
Tudy. I 1 4tjo 1/22 ROOF COATING. Single wides startingat cial Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale
4X4, CHEVY BLAZER. 4 speed chrom. $135. Doublewldes starting at $150. Call 1 ((800)) 282-8165. UNITED TRUCK Brown 9646050. 10/2 tfn No one will ever get out of this world alive.
10' rims, 350 engine, 15x38 Monster One year guarantee against leaks. Sr MASTER Resident Training: Tampa, FL 14' PISCES BOAT with 25 HP Johnson Resolve therefore to
Muddari. sunroof, AM/FM cassette, citizens discount. Also releveling done lean 66.431 motor and trailer. Like new $2000 maintain
reasonable values.
a sense of
1977 $3000. 964-7145. 1/1 2tchg 1/8 Call for free..tlmol.., 964.4680.10/16 9646943. 1/1 Itpd
1980 FIAT XL-9, hardtop conv. Runs but tfnchg MOBILE HOMES e
needs work (new tires). Best offer. EXPERT WELDING farm machinery& all FOR SALENEW HOME Take care of yourself. Good health Is

9646943. 1/1 Itpd types repairs. Will, build anything to IMPROVEMENTUNLIMITED everyone's major source of wealth. Without
1984 TOVOTA TERCEL 4-door. AC your needs. "HAVE WELDER WILL
AM/FM cassette, cruise control. Call TRAVEL". For more info & free A USED MOBILE HOMES. Coll Roy It, happiness is almost Impossible.
after 6 p.m. weekdays. 5332403. estimates, call ROLLINS 904-964-7499, Wells at A&W Mobile Homes. 964.6407or PURE WATER Protect e
I I aw'fn keep trying 11/20 Itpd. 11/27tfnchg 964 6408. 8/14 tfnrw yourself from dangerous top water I Resolve to be cheerful & helpful.
1971 CHEVROLET IMPALA. Good condition EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE Fill dirt Call or write for free brochure APS
$695. 964.5244. 12/25 Itpd lime rock, spreading avail. Disking 8 SubscribeToday PURE WATER/109 Anderson/Suite 202 People will repay you in kind.

mowing. Contact J.D. Eunice, 9648230. / Marietta, GA 30060 ((404)) 422-10OO. e
12/18 4tchg 1/8 fcan 86-429 Be chary of giving advice. Wise men

WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and don't need it fools won't heed it.
BUSINESS freezers my shop. I buy, sell or trade .
used appliances. 4962090. 12/25 tfn
OPPORTUNITIESEXCLUSIVE CONSIDERING AN ABORTION? Get free Resolve to be tender with the young

Pro-Life Facts. Your name not re compassionate with the aged, sympatheticwith
OPPORTUNITY. Notional quired. Correspondence confidential Accelerate Realty Inc. the striving & tolerant of the
Send to: Right To Life P.O. Box 256
seeks Distributor for profes
company Lawtey FL 32058. 1/1 weak & the wrong Sometime In life you
equip-.en' Phone : 964-4544 will have been all of these.

percen'oge. Sales/marketing support PERSONALSLONELY e
1 APS Pure Water/109 Anderson/Suite 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida Do not equate money with success.
102. Marietta GA 30060 ((404)) Home Lots Acreage Waterfront
1 422-10006can 86.428 ? Need a date? Write Datetime, There are many successful money-makers
700 E. Sui'e 158. Norman Farms Commercial who
NATIONAL COMPANY NEEDS MANAG Llndsey are miserable failures as
ING PARTNER IN YOUR AREA. To Oklahoma 73069. 12/18'chg 1/8 No Charge to List Your Prop.rty for Sal. lB human beings. What counts most about
qualify you must have a desire to own LOST TRACK OF SOMEONE SPECIAL? We Call and dlcuss It with us.
is how
success a achieves it.
find anywhere, for person
year own business, and have $12,500 anyone any
tot '' i of equipment. Company will reason. As Iowa. $30. CallI.BOO.FINDERS. We Wish Everyone A Prosperous REALTOR- .

cnmpleely" es'ablish the business.' No- Friend Finders In'erna- And Happy New Year By Lloyd Shearer, copyright 1986 I
't, mal! survey shows average monthly tloriol (A Lost and Found For Friends)
earnings of $1615.75. No selling involve 314 Lloyd Building, Sea"i., WA 98101 I CAREFUL BUYER'S DREAM CB Home, 3 BR, 2 BA, family room approx. SPECIAL
ed. Service, accounts set up by com fcan 86-433 2,200 sq ft., nestled on 4.59 acres Priced to sell. .---........... -.... ..... ..... ..... _..... ..... -.-..-..--
pony handling fri'o-loy and o'h.r convenience LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE CB home 3 BR, 2 BA. great room with SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED I 111-FINE I I LOTS. Ap-

snack product Po'enMol ex- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY fireplace, dining area, central vacuum and stereo workshop with two prox. 103'x770' Sailing price $18,900 .a. $2,000 down, ((10% j
pans. 'II earnings of $3,200 per mon'h RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST open shelters, 2 wells, all nestled on 5 beautiful acres. Priced to sell. for 10 ).
wi'h, ii-i add"lonallnv."m.n'" on your INTRINSIC QUALITY Two-story cedar home, 3 BR, 2 BA, 2,200 sq. ft, living j years _'_
par' Wn'e New American. P.O. Box I area 1,200 sq. ft. covered porch. Great design Coll us.LOVELY ;HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT: : ;o7el7"bHe; ; colonial i
360247.. Birmingham. AL 35236 or call CORNER OF Call S Thompson I BRICK HOME Sunken living, room, formal dining room 4 BR, 2 BA home off Rd.4 bedrooms 2 2700 |
Geiger baths-approx.
Ask for
Mi free 18002310563. sq.
i Streets 2
: building.
story masonry I
family room w/flreplace, large eat-ln kitchen, with lots of cabinets, CHAA
Opeia'or, 4 S. I/1 I'pdMOTORCYCLES Clyde W. Simpson, 356.6849. 410TF I ft10.09 acres-many amenities.
Central vacuum workshop, all on 10.9acres, partially fenced. City water

2.750'f"c"gOFFICE sq. ft. Hwy 301 S. 964.8848. 1 II, 20 I ROBINS AND ROSES Brick home, 5 BR, 2 BA, living room with fireplace I II '10' ceilings In the middle of 4 acres, inground pool, wooden [

A RETAIL SPACES. 600 sq f- and I formal dining room, large eat-in kitchen wl'h plenty of cabinets and snack | deck, wooden playground equipment. 55000.
1981 YAMAHA XT500 a'r..' or dir bike. I bar. Inside, utility room' enclosed garage. Priced Rightl'
up, $187.50 and up. Tiffin, S Owens, UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
grind condition., $650. 9648210. CB home 2 2 breakfast nook, kit-
Very Realtors 9645065. 1/1 GREAT VALUE Lovely on 3 acres BR, BA
1'chg Kingsley Lake Village $30,500.
12 11 '/n. chen with plenty of cabinets, extra large living and dining roonv-Great for I ,
HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL Entertaining. GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres CHSA with

YARD SALESYARD I START YOUR OWN MEAT BUSINESS Buy this meat processing plant on 20 I approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave $50,500.

HYPNOSIS services for acres and be your own boss Mobile home on site. Build your own home on [ .THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon

SALE: Biys cln'hing.' sizes 4 hru 7. weigh control, stinking, s'ress, .'C this beautiful, land.. Call us. doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, 35000. Gread Getaway
BROOKER AREA Neat and clean mobile home on 2 lots 2 BR, 2 BA,
H,'usert ild rams 1501 Old Law'.y Rd. For help, please call 9644433. 10/9 screened building, well and 25000. .IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 I
porch storage septic
f-i Fri & So' 1/1
(prank signs) tpd fnchg OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELLIFrame home, 3 BR, 1 BA screened porch, all on | East) 2.7 ac.. 5 BR, 3 BA attractive deck overlooking a 1/4 [
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28.7 acres good land, good timber water system to livestock pens, acre fish pond with fish I HAVE to seel

machinery storage building, fenced $74,750. RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH IN A LOVELY LANDSCAPED .
I us.
I SURROUNDING 2BR.2 doublewide1.76 acres.;
[ 10 ACRES In South Clay County Residential-Agriculture, 17900. Close to Crosby Lake PublicLpndjpa-.. /J.: : ,;.
105.2 BEAUTIFUL ACRES in NE Alachua County. Priced to sell. EASY TO ENJOY Brick. 3BR 1 '/.BA. CHI A, large family j

f0 Located Hwy 301.2 Blks S. SR. 100 10 ACRES in Bradford County 13th Street N.E room with fireplace, formal living & dining room utility room,
Street I I 20 ACRES in NW Bradford County, good water
221 W. Lafayette Access to beautiful Crystal Lake See to appreciate.
IA.OS ACRES SW Bradford County with pecan trees and two wells.
..55 AND 2.16 ACRES Near Graham, zoned for mobile homes. FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage,

964-5069 IB I LAKE LOTS FOR SALE Owner financing Available.CITY drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby

( LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16, W. Lake Inlet. CH&A $39,995.

I LOT NEAR LAKE ALTO Zoned for mobile home.
kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE
I HWY 301 SOUTH Property for sale.
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI CRB COMM BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space. Priced to sell AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange &

PRESIDENT RENTAL PROPERTY Pratt 3 Br.?: 2 Ba., CH&A, LR. DR, family room & patio.
964.5142 192' lot. 2 utility sheds, pump well and septic tank Trimmedout

Irene Faulkner .FREE NOTARY SERVICES. in lovely banana bushes, $17,000.

Lucille Spry 473-7694 964-8420 PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I .RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom, 65' x 130' lot. 10000.

Marty Russell .SO CLOSE I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, 1 !/, bath, $45,000.
964.7331 AFTER HOURS:
Bobby Biggs 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
Mary Durden 964-7358 Wayne Douglas.....964-6593 Novls Ward..........964-7454
Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida Investment.
John Gr..n..533.2121 Bill Dodd..964-7..01

3/2 MH fully furnished on SR. 16 West. Irving Clark..........964-7188 Cindy Korlmay......964-7408 After Hours
Tom B.m.nt..964-6439 Don Hood..61.1905 Pauline Randolph 964-6323 j
3/2 MH with 10 acres of pecan grove. [
James Dilts...........964-8629 Patsy Lowson........964-6927 Randy Cory 475-2597 J
OVER 2 ACRES on SR 16 East. I
Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473-7541
CHURCH ST. well-built 2 BR, 1 BA, c/b, hard

wood floors call for appointment to see. 4

U.S. SOLAR PROPERTY & building PLUS studio .

apartment has 6 acres. Priced to sell. Plumbing Supplies From _

BROWNLEE RD. 4 BR, 2 BA, fireplace, family Ill Durrance Pump & Supply. -1 i David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

3/4 acre. All this for $39,000. .
room on approx.
We Drill 2" to 6" Wells State Licensed > t Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR
old c/b
IMMACULATE 4 BR, 2 BA, only 4 years ,

has chain link fenced yard, C/H & A. In mid 50's. i j .i US 301 North 864 N.Temple A".._Storke 964-70611TF 229 NW 28th St. 9646133OUTLAW ".

WALNUT ST. One of the landmarks of Starke -- -- -.

now in 3 apartments. Can be put back in original 1 -

family house or plenty of room to live in & have 2

lot *LOCATION PLUS Large entertaining *DRASTICALLY '
j apartments for income. Large $49,900. 1 REDUCED S nun
area 3 BR 2Vi BA many to Stork., 25 min. to Gainesville,
f WHISPERING PINE Lovely doublewide with Broker' extras Home and grounds Inv on paved road. Custom built brick
built-ons & furnished, 1 acre. Terms offered f macula'l .. See it and love It. home, 4/4, 3,200 plus sq. ft., pecan
S trees and 3 acts NOW $131,000.Owner .
225 FRONTAGE 2Yi acres owner finance '
HWY financed.LOCATION .
DAVID |. DODGE, MSA .LAKE FRONT white beach and clear I
ing.1 Designated Appraise* Res 8648941SU7flNNl I water 2/2 on almost I acre- beautifully

BEAUTIFUL WOODED building lot in nice area. 9644522STARKE. : i landscaped. .MINI-FARM between Starke and Lake]

OVER 2200 SQ. FT. of living area on 4'/ lots in ci FL. t t s LARGE HOME-In city on approx. .9 Butler. 4/2. CHAA on Sacs Extras:: large I
I acre. 4/2, CHAA, 1900 plus sq. ft. assum. CB bldg. A large pole barn.
ty. $39,500. Assumable mortgage by qualifying. MTCHENS mtg. *COUNTRY LIVING on 2 ac, In an I

400 ACRES available on Edwards Road with lake / "'' ffles,8e&7i3at;; i almost new C/B home with fireplace I
LOCATION Walk to West of Lowtey.
frontage & several barns. 0 n MonMhriim tOUVOUNC everything. Neat as a pin and manicured ,*PRICE REDUCED to $22,500 2/2 MH on)
1 mobile home only !l:30e.mLteit:30p.mWE ; \ yard. 2 Br. ., .
NACRE .build house or put 1 acre. Many .Ira.
.KEYSTONE AREA Mobile home with!
lake access Immaculate $23,900. (Central
with 3 BR 2 BA Next to school. Huge fenced Yard, 3 Br,
COUNTRY LIVING on 2 acres I H A A)
sunken family room w/flreplace, CH/A.
, frame home. 31500. # HAVE LAND Some with well) 11 ACRES IN CITY on Highway Absolutely Immaculate. Price Reduced ACCESS A large!
gracious brick home, I from j
I IaonKKeystone just minutes
A available,
A tank Building lots, 16VV. city water sewer
CLOSE TO SCHOOL large frame home, CH/A, la Heights. Shawn j jappointment.
I acreage from I acre and up. Some 2 story home, 4 BR, 2V BA. EXcELLENT BUY $17,500. 3/1, w/car- by I

fenced yard. Priced in $30's. I with owner financing. $100,000. port. Best area. HURRY I *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2. CHS A.

TWO ACRES with this 3 BR 2 BA home. *PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSINGfamilies. or 2
above I
masonry Dbl
ground pool.
I I *AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. will *COMMERCIAL IDO.. Many uses. 138 garage A 20 X
I lot.
2 nice homes large
! Call for to see. than home offers.Yo. on 25 upialri room to be" completed I to]
Includes many extras. appointment I love the privacy is 4/3. N. Water St. 25000. Separate living, but close enough to I
ha e your own private BR suite All this
BROOKLYN LAKE Beautiful view from this 2,100 sq .t. plus I extra I large garage. INVESTORS I',n..ang. Paved keep a check on each other. North of only 66000.

< recently remodeled cottage. 12' x 16' covered Many acres, Brand outstanding New Carpet.features on 1.76 road through property. Owner finance, Starke. *COMPLETELY REMODELED frame I

1 Ing. .PRICE REDUCED 3 BR brick home on" ''horn, excellent condition on 1 Vt acre, f
deck. EXECUTIVE LIVING on socked lake I renovated kitchen Nw carpet throughout, 3 fan. I
i paved *NIW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL 3.64 acres, newly ceiling
: 2 STORY home in town p $34,500. I(large swimming.Id.wolk.pool 10'g.lot on BUILDING with plenty of parking and CHAA. paneled walls, picture window *ENERGY EFF. "A" FRAME 4 BR 2
Brick home with
street with positive cash flow. located In the busiest house Is nestled amid 8 pecan trees Bath, 2 fireplaces, CHAA. pool A manyover
3 BR MOBILE HOME on 1 acre. $18,000. I 2,200 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA large enter. section of Starke. Owner Is ready for an offer, extras an 2 acres. Only 57000.

LOTS JOINING GOLF COURSE with frontage on taming area. Many other amenities 10 ACRES with doublewide. Excellent *KEYSTONE AREA. 5 Acre-tract reduce |
.WEll ESTABLISHED commercial ed from $15,000 to $12,500.
Priced building 'across from Community Bank COUNTRY HOME you've dreamed of EXECUTIVE LIVING Country Club. I
100.1 acre, 12 M 32 utility bldg. to
LOTS IN TOWN 2 PRICED TO SELL. I sell 29900. Price has been drastically REDUCED to owning. It has ..v.rylhlngl2) over 3BR, 2 BA brick home 2 car garage I

7 RENTAL UNITS, 6 furnished. REDUCED to 1 *NO THRU TRAFFIC on a court 3/1, move property. 2.0OO sq. It. Price lust reduced 12,000.monyom.llltl....
.NEAT AS A PIN 2 Br., 1 Ba., In Stark -
$75,000. Has excellent terms. IC/B wood In floor.town, only central$41,400.heat S air, hard. Priced for quick sale $24,900. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Propertiesd

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.d ol Whispering Pines Car.Clr. Mobile MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As low as LAKE GENEVA RENTALS
LPN. Homes and for Weekly mon .
ADVERTISING should be submitted MEDITERRANAEAN bedroom
8 RN $14 99 month Call 964 6946. tfn triple
t Call Elaln. per
Slocum. Recreational 1 2
964.6220. vehicles welcome Phone thly efficiency apartments or BR .
EOE. 12/STF 964.7498.9/16 tfn CHEVY 4x4 PARTS Vt ton anything you call 473.2919. 12/4 tfnchg t'he Lake Region' Moni'nr' office dressor wi'h mirror, armoire nights,
REAL ESTATE need.-Axle, front or rear auto in wrl'ing and paid' III odvaiceunless talld. queen size Posiurepedic, bed wl'hheadboard.
LICENSING. only 4 weeks. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $ISO per credit, Is es'abllshedwith .
Coll I.755.4040. tranrm.. transfer cases, 2 different, already $450. 475.3353 any'lmeI'pd .
N. Flo. R.al Estate Col- BA For month. Partially furnished.
apt Information
more call Lake Keystonearea. this office.MONITOR 12/31
types, spring lift blocks, big U bolts.
leg .
Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Call 964.2812. TFce 473 2026.. 12/4 tfnchg r.<.".FF CANNOT BE HELD PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible,
MANAGER ASSISTANT MANAGER top Housing 6/7 tfnchg NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished RESPONSIBLE!: FOR MISTAKES IN party *n assume small monthly
alary for qualified persons Bonus, ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 Re'lred or handyman caretaker coupl.pr..rr.d. .
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER payments r>n piano. See loyally. Cell
paid vocation medical & other company per night From $35 per week Discount for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH, $200 to$275 'no.73.7269 or THE TelEPHONE. Manager' a' 618.234.1306 anytime.
benefits Call for Interview offered for longer term 376.7749 or 378.8622. 12/4 'fnchg
at In
Classified deadline
per.Ion. 12/31.1115
135 W. Call St. 964.6305. is 11:00: a.m prior 3'chg
468 .
2804 12/11 4tchg I/I Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver, .
ROLLS OF HAY: $25.$20. All hay under o Thursday publica'ionMinimum
GOVERNMENT JOBS from Post Office. Lake. 2 BR 1
$16,040 TF CH/A. pnn"Iblo. nn acre
$59. large barn on west side of Hwy 16 charge ,is 15 words fit $3.50then YARD SALESVISIT
230/yr Now hiring Coll APARTMENTS. FOR RENT I"-. $375 mon'h. 904.247.1604. 12/4
Newly 15 lot
1.80S.687. about 7 miles north of Starke toward ceii's earl word 'hereof'er
Ext. R 5504 for current decorated, everything furnished. Laun fnchg
f.d.ralli.I. 12/11 Btpd 2/5 dry facilities Included. Video room under prison Order your hay and leave It FOR LEASE I 1.2.83 bedroom energy ef THE CLOTHES CLOSET at Po's
TEXAS OIL COMPANY need malur.p.r.on available. Will accept one child no my barn until you need It.Delivery Helen' apartments 475.1048 or Beou'y Shop on Commercial Circle .
for short trip. surrounding pets.' Palms Apts, 2313 N Temple Gaikins available at extra charge.. Ar 4/5.2052 between 7 a.m..10 p.m. 12/4 PERSONAL SERVICES Mmiday-Fridoy. Yard sale prices Itchg
thur 782.3727 964 6167.
Starke. Contact cu.tom.... We train. Ave? Starke 32091. 5/1 TF 'fnchg 12/31
Write P.G. Dlckerson. Pr..., ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS HAY 10/30 ALICIA tfnchg $25 roll farm. WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile, FRI. SAT. 9 om. Good clo'I .e, toys.
Southwestern Petroleum Box 961005 AVAILABLE for as little as $50 per Delivery available.per 7 miles west of house: fireplace. AC screened picnic, homes. pi->lt. decks. sidewalks. Free 'ypewrl'er and o'her misc I'ems 6409
Ft Worth TX 76161. 1/1 Itchg week .. Baker Rd I'chg 12/31
or $200 h $395/
per month which includes Starke Rd 16. u. $200/dep es'lma'es, Call Rob 473 3590 12/4
on Gaskins.9648356.il13tfnchg
THE CITY OF STARKE Is accepting ap all utilities and no deposits Call Jimmy 904.249.7884. 4'pd 12/11.31 tfnchg SAT. B SUN. Adult & various suechildren's
plications for the position of Labor.r 964.5139 or 964.8173 or drop by 314 N. 5 2BR-1BA MH Close to town /, acre LAWN MOWING clothes, women's size. 12 &
HP KAWASAKI GO-CART Trimming edging
for Street Department Must be least like new 14. ".e,,'. Miscellaneous Rain
at large
Temple Avenue apartment number six, wooded corner lot. $245 month wi'h Call The lawn Barber. 473. .
$390 964 8848 4733627. 11/20 359p Free
roll 18 years of age Apply City Hall Mer- next to the Tenneco Station downtown tfnchg or np-Inn to buy 4732730 12/18'fnchg Es'iixa'es 12/4 'fnchg cance's' 445 Dive St. I';: I 12: 31
Dees office. 1/1 2tchg 1/8 Stark. 11/6
Must neat appearance. SMALL TRAILER within city limits, 1 or 2 per pickup load. Tatum Sawmill. 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In House ->u' ol level? Call LaRue Leveling HOUSES FOR SALE
people enjoy meeting and working with adults only. No pets, please 964.8484. 782.3690. 12/18 tfnchg Keystone HeIghts AC, fireplace $250 Service, for all your fiundo'lon

Part Help.time.with business. Light errands 11/13 tfnchg PRICE WARIII Slashed 50%I Our best, per mo. I 1.247.1604. 12/18 tfnchg repairs 473.7721, 12/4 'fnchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR. 2 BA CB
THE CITY OF STARKE 7823080.Is 1/1 Itpd 12 X 65 MH 3 BR, 2 BA $250 per month. large Housing arrow sign $289.Llgh'.d. FURNITURE 8 ANTIQUE Refinishlng louse, one block from schools.
plications for accepting op. 96..238. 11/20 tfnchg non arrow $2791 Unlighted Hand rubbed oil I finish Call Jac $58.000, Make offer C.B. Isaac Real'y
Director the position of' Finance ON KINGSLEY LAKE small cottage, couple $239! Free letters! See locally Call today HELP WANTED 473 2521 12 4 "fiicligMISCELLANEOUS 475.2199. 12/11 tfnchg

plicant shall Minimum have had Qualifications at least 4 : Ap Call only.. No pets. Available, to June 1. Foc-ory: 1 ((800)) 4230163. NEW HOME on Hutchinson Rd 3 BR 2
yearsexperience 533 2366. 11/26 tfnchg any'line. (lean 86.432 EXPERIENCED NURSERY SUPERVISOR BA.jCH/A. wall '0 wall corpe'. lakeoc
for as a full charge book. 1 BR APT., first floor, stove S refrig. No FARMALL 140 TRACTOR fair condition, Sundays and nigh's for church Call cess $36.50O. Financing available
Government keeper a, Municipality hold or County pets $135 per month. 964.8498. nn equipmen-, $1500. 964.6943. 1/1 473.3829 Mo,,. Wed, Fri, 9 5. 2'chg 473 4876. 4'chg 12/241/8
or bachelors
degree In a RENTALS AVAILABLE 2/1 $175; III. Itpd 12124.31 PACK RAT Buy sell and 'rode ciner'i'. WOODLAWN DRIVE 3 BR, I BA CB
mit resume accounting to Personnel or auditing.Director Sub $165; Efflc $140. Tiffin & Owens, SMALL REFRIGERATOR $50, Dearborngas TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mo'ure ble.'e".1! and an'lques Used fu'ni'ure" home. 1400 sq,f'.. playroom, 254X189In'
of Starke. P.O. Drawer C, ')Storke City Fla. Realtors. 964.5065. 1/1 1 Itchg hea'er $125; 1970 Karman Ghla, person now In Keystone Heights' area. glassware. lowol,y and much n.treOme $52,000.KEYSTONE .
32091 1/1 4tchg 1/22 WALDO 14' WIDE clean 2 BR, 1 BA $300. Call 964.5356. 11/11 I'pd Regardless of experience, wrl'e A,DHipkins see foi yiuiself One idle eas' CLUB ESTATES 2 BR, 1 BA,
TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature mobile home. CH/A, quiet location. NOW IN YOUR AREAI Make unlimited Box 711 For' Wor'h TX ,f KeYI' ne Heigh't' on Highway' 100. CH' A. wall 'n wall carpe'ing
person now In Starke area Regardless $220 per mo.. 1st. last & $100 sec phone calls anywhere In USA any'iine 76101. I'Chg 12/31 473 2183 12, 4 'fnchg wiksliip' corpir', near grit course
d.p..No pets, 468.1509. 12/25 with Ideal Z-.I. Call $45,000.
of experience, write A.D. Hopkins, Box Stod Kay Locke ((214))
__711, Fort Worth TX 76101 111 tchg MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2 BR. 2 BA 363.9065 ir Jill Baker (214)) 241.1199. COMMERCIAL SR 21 NORTH "ripc..r
phone 964.5006. 1/1 Itpd fcan 86.427PIANO 42X120 covered cancre'e slab
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN WRITING for APT. FOR RENT. I BR. $175 per mo. No FOR SALE, Waned: Responsible 3 phase elec'rlc service. 270X350 lo'.
the local newspaper? The Telegraph Is pets Call 964.5276 or apply In person party 'n assume small mon'hly Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work $139.000. James E, Piwell, Licensed
searching for a person to fill the social at 403 N. Walnut St. 1/1 Itchg poyineii's on piano See locally. Call Real fct'a'e Broker, 473.4961. 2'chg
editors position. The person that we 3 BR HOUSE 2 full baths central H/A manager a' 618.234.1306 any'lme. I/I Backhoe Bulldozer 12/2431
are looking for should be outgoing and water & yard care furnished Quiet sec 3'chg l/li .
Interested in community activities. The tin n. 964.7402. 1/1 1 Itchg S RADIAL IS" TRUCK TIRES wl'h rims and 1I2."N 964.6182.964- OL,
use of a camera and computerized 2 BR, MOBILE HOME No small childrenor hubcaps (New). $300. 964 6943 1/1
typesetting equipment will be Inside pets $100 dep $200 monthly I'pd
necessary. If you have these. qualifications 782.3233 or 782.3363. 12/24 2'pd Help I --
please send a brief resume to 1/1 280 GAL. FUEL TANK wl'h I.gs. Call ill
P.O. Drawer A. Storke. Flo, 32091. RENTALS AVAILABLE, $150 per mon'h 533.2403. of'er 6 p.m sw'fn Roberts Real Estate Save Energy & $$
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker- Install Custom
REAL ESTATE Owner a' 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF TIONER. 110 Ou'''.', $250. Call 986 N. Tempi Ave. Storke, FL Insulated
533.2403, of'er 6pm, sw'fn
FOR SALE CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for r.n'. On 964.6262
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. DEEP FREEZER Works great. Good con- ,
964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/10 Tfchg di'lon. $150. Call af'er 12:00: p.m.
UNITED REALTY OF STARKE: 1640B S. FURNISHED efficiencies, and mobile '9644009 1 1/1 Itpd COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 Homes Beautiful
Walnut St. 964.8447. Fred Socket homes inside city weekly & monthly. $50,000. Call Todayl I 964.6766
Broker John Curies Associate 12/18 JO LU Motel & MH Park 964.8810. 6/5 LIVESTOCK
TF .. ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only 24 hrs. .. Financing

LAND FOR SALELOT 3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake $75,000. Owner terms possible.
Long Pier AC. Call 964.6491. 9/25 TFN TINY MALE. PART POODLE, obou 3 CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath central heat & air. rin
2 BR MH, furnished $190 per month, years ,Id, free 'o good home. Call
IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764.; after $150 deposit No children or pets Call 964.5041 ->r 964.6219. Bradford Reduced to 35000.
5, call 964.5251. 3/07 tfn 468.1323, leave message. 10/30'fnchg Humane S,'
LOT ON WESTMORELAND ST., for sale ON KINGSLEY LAKE, 3 BR mobile home, growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 _
wi'h old house on property $4500. Hea 8 AC year lease, no p.'., odul's NOTICECLASSIFIED acrell.! I
904.46l.3489.! 11/20 tfnchg only 533.2366. 12/4 TFN per BROADWAY: & WALTERS
13 ACRES 2 BR Toiler, for rental over 1 BR COTTAGE on Silver Lake In DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.
five, acres cleared GREAT for country Keystone Helgh's AC fireplace $250 ADVERTISING sh uld be subi"ed SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000. TREE SERVICE

living or for Investment such 01 mobile per mo. 1.247.1604.. 12118'fnchg "i 'lie Brodf'id Cnun'y '.38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath Removal
and In
Teegiopttire paid'
MI wii'ing
home park animal farm, etc S.v.ralmn".y 3 BR, 2 BA. MOBILE HOME off 301 S.
advance unless' ciedi' Is already frame with outbuildings, CH/A *
making pecan trees $28,000 CH/A, $285 per mon'h plus damage Trimming
cash or $12.000 down and payments of d.p."I'/ Inquire a' 204 N S'. Cloir S'.. es'abnshed wi'h" 'his iffice, .10 ACRES Pecan grove no improvements. Stump Removal
$230 mon' S' rk.area, call 964.6493 S'orke. FL 12/25 2'pd 1/1 THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 640 ft.
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus no improvements, Firewood

CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well, .. '*

SECRETARY ASSISTANTlight THE-TELEPHONE. .. .?... ... ... pump,septic tank. -. '_. free: Estimate.. "
office work, answer phones. Full-tlm. filled with variety of duties Classified, deadline Is TUESDAY

Come person on Friday January 2, from 8:00: a.m. to 4;30 p.m. for Inter NOON pir'n> Thuisday publico'lon. COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE 473-7097 473-7679
view. See Minlit un charge is 15 words fir$3 50,
Peggy George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker
After 5
Vogu, I Inc.'t '''.n IScen'sfearn wrd'heuo'er.FLUKILADIU P.M.
1 ", 964.6058 Evenings
710 S. Water St. Keystone Heights

.-- .....--........ .... ........... Terry A. Gains, CSM, Salesman/Appraiser Licensed & Insured
964.4181 Evenings tin


HELP WANTED 964-7700 REALTY Tim's Custom Cabinets I

393 N. Temple Ave. .

A L ST E FA N E L L I Vernle Jeanie.P. Odom CagnonEve.945414 Broker- -GRI New Construction Remodeling* Ceilings f .

Cabinets, *Tlle(
Realtor AssociateON [ -
Free Estimates ,
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Now hiring experienced Elec'rioans acres.- LAKE Immaculate 2 BR, 2 BA brick. Over 3 + 964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TF

And GOOD BLDG. LOTS joining Green

Helpers I _Acr.4 ACRES.. on St. Rd. 100 near FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.

-lOTS. for trailers.444DWonl2ac. '
Apply I : ifiitttfcljp,' ifct';' !e.emenJt "Quality Work low low prices $1 A 99 .-

at the new Winn-Dixie Sore ... ............-- (Any Room & Hall) . . . 1 Scotchgard Available

on Madison Street F Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing ol wall to wall carpet, furniture cleaning
+ and offer bids on commercial work.
EC174 Mon. thru Fri. 8-4 > In town, lawtey, ? Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
great location low down good
terms. ..oom.o.r Hanpr Call 964-4997 Call Happy 'MwnMrof
'443--(5)( ) Mobile home sites at Deer 250 tq,It. Hohilayi. Check yllowp.g."In loc.1 ph.."Book Holidays sinkslrsdfordChombar
..',.charge All clerk Oil.r.mood of Conimora,
Run. Each has set-up Included. 1 plusac.

JxS ygwJIrd 58iS rii' ter' > Gltciukn9, v m 4' '398-2. lots 1 plus ac., 4/2 stucco home_ ,
i 65000.
11 See our commercial motel I w/apts.

and tarmettes listings..

acreage Lorraine Champion Broker GET THE BEST MOTOR OIL.


nza.rox.eeeta.... GULFPRIDL
tin 964.1931

.. 47389 : SUPER PREMIUM 10W/40.
RemodeledHotel n. N. TKMPL* .
STAMKC ru Sneer

Rooms -' Nowadays, people are holding on to their cars longer. And to

1A1'Ii W ft L do that, they're giving their cars better care Which means,

W.Madison I when it comes time to change the oil, they use Gulfpride

FOR RENT Starke, FL 3Z091.,0..1: Super Premium 10W/40 It's made with ZDP one of the

REALTOR 964-4469' ., toughest anti-wear agents formulated for a motor oil. We

AU Harold Epps 9640616IN Gulfpride. know you can't always baby your engine. But you can give

Day Week Month TOWN 2 SR, I BA. CH near GNI Super Premium10WI40 it the best possible protection with
hospital sm.dn.. owner I In. 29900. .) .
Gulfpride Super Premium 10W/40. .i;
N IAWTIY ARIA. 10 Ac. lots, owner .
fin.I GU."
IAWTIY ns. 2 BR 1 BA. IS acre

HOTEL plus extra septic tank 60000.

Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR. 2 BA on 2
Irg. 'lots close to lake, 90000.
New Furniture .
-W. PRATT ST.I 3/1, CH/A stove ONLY
refrig., microwave oven telling Ian

Air ConditionMust $38,500Reducedto$36,000. i -.
s LAWTIV AREA Gorgeous 3 BR 2 $1 095Case
BA brick veneer over 2,000: sq. ft.
See to AppreciateAcross Interior decor that must be seen to (Fibre Cans)
appreciate 9.74 acres B much more. Offer good through January 15.1987

Price nego. Some owner fin. .
from IAWTIY ARlAi 3BR.1BA.CH/A,1 1

Starke Post Office -LAKIBUTLIR.3 acre $39.. BR, 2 BA CH/A.lg. REGISTER OIL COMPANY

lot, only 41500. 308 S. Thompson Street e 964.5888
HWY 100ft Lot with old house well

a septic tank approved 7000. '. OTHER SPECIALSGULF
iM1u Rental Income Property

9w( h dbl/wlde Excellent Incom.duplex plus Only frame$69,900.house. 24 Qt. Case..$2O9* HID 30 12 qt. case ...*1 12" Antifreeze ...Gal. $37S'oIr. >

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'UIe"II SECTION January I 1.1986

DrunkDriver r rt LIMEROCK SALES "

...1'' 14 "'"n"rr 782-3172-Won thru Sot 'I
...... Ads
Sand Drainfield Rock Union County

Hits Top Soil -


thru Friday. We pick-up and dallwvr
There were no serious injuries THE APTS. almost anything. Call 496.3807. 129tpd. // OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
Union Timesbuilding.
Locat.dn/ County
when a drunk driver leaving 1/29 Call for Information.
Michigan Ranch drove into a county r 3 Bedroom apartments for 4962261. tin

patrol car and a disabled car on ffy 1 wi Tf Low Incom family MOBILE HOMES12'x
SR-100 late Tuesday evening. ,-..,-.,. ,r ., .
Franklin Andrew Knight, 49, of 45' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1 WANTEDFARM
Starke was arrested for driving 8 at 922 E. Brownl.. St. 1/2 both central air. Mutt >.. to appreciate.
under influence, his blood alcohol f 1 GI $6OOO. Call 4960071. 12/4
content was .19 percent, accordingto I f afl Stark, FL tfn/chg. LAND WILL BUY OR LEASE.callTom
Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. He u uI 964.7133 Chair... daytime (904)542-7957( ) ,
was released after a $362.50 surety I { 9wh NOTICE night ((904)542-7050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24

bond was posted! y Q
A 1978 Mercury which ran out of
gas was on the side of the roadway.The tie roan oousloa"Beautify CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted INSURANCEMAINES
car would not start when gas to the Union County Times office

was put in and Joel Forsvthe was -- .. In writing and paid In advance INSURANCE AGENCYi 25 E.
unless cr.dlt I I. established
working under the car. The deputy with this office. already Main Street Lake Butler, 4963978.
pulled up to the front of the car to x / Your Complete Insurance S.rvlco.10 tfn
give Forsythe some light as he was Home"
working. Knight's vehicle pulled onto ,.
CR-t00 and off the road where he
sideswiped the disabled vehicle t
Classified deadline
pushing it into the ditch with the For I VInylSidingAluminum NOON, prior to Thursday publication.
sythe pinned under the car. Knight's nru Siding Minimum charge Is 1 15 words for$3.50, SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS terror
vehicle then hit the patrol car headon CDIIHomes then 15 cents for each word thereafter. opportunity. W. offer 2 week paid
pushing the patrol car 14 feet. In vacation 3 paid holiday, Insurance
vestigator David Aderholt was publing Beautiful REAL ESTATE plan profit snaring. Apply In person at
his coat on standing beside the w Lake Butler Apparel., Experiencehelpful
964-6766 but not required.We will train.
back door of the patrol car and was
struck by the door and thrown into hrs
24 -- Financing ". If I don't hove it, I'll find It- Just LOCAL PERSON FOR TEXAS OIL COMPANY
the ditch also. Neither Aderholt or
ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Texas all company needs mature
Forsythe were seriously injured, 496-2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR person for short trips surrounding
possibly because ot the soft mud. .- .' UNION COUNTY REALTOR." Hn Union County Contact customers. W.
Knight's vehicle travelled another train. Write P.F. Dickerson Pres.
300 feet and became disabled on the KANE CYCLE Southwestern Petroleum, Box %1003,
VanTruckAccident. when the truck HOMES
side of the roadway. a Ft. Worth, Texas 76161 Itchrg 12/31
from the lane into REPAIRUS
Driver of the Mercury, Alicia ... wrong LOCAL PERSON FOR TEXAS REFINERY
Sheppard of Lake Geneva, was cited the van. The van hit the 301 N 964-5805 GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U Texas Refinery Corp. need mature
for tag and driving while A I9K5 Ford tractor trailer driven right front. repair). Delinquent tax property. person now In Union County area.
Cannon Griffis, 44, of Griffis was charged with Tins M Wad Ft Thur H M Sal 1-7 of write A.D.
by Mary
license suspended, said Trooper Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) Regardless experience
Ethridge. Jasper, and a 1985 Chevy van driven turn. Damage to the two Ext. GH-1136, for current repo her Hopkins, Box 711, Fort Worth! Tx.,
Damage to the Ford driven, by by Jon Stanley Payne, 34, of North was minimal- $1,500 the 111208tpd. 1/8 76101 Itchrg 12/31
Knight and the Mercury were%1,500 Carolina, collided Monday Dec. 29, $2,500 to the van. .7I DENTAL ASSISTANT I $10,816 annually
3 2.3 miles Itescue personnel ; Minimum requirements are high school
at approximately
each. The patrol car was totalled. p.m. FOR SALE
Paramedics Cliff Chapman and south of Starke on Uti-301. and Scotty Taylor or completion of training program to

Scott Taylor responded! there were Highway According Patrol to reports officer from Calvin Florida Pace, van Marlene to Bradford Payne passenger Hospital 5.2 ACRES LAND with well septic tank preferred.become dental Apply assistant.ot Reception Experience and

no transports. possible fractured right and pow.r pole. F.nced with barn Medical Center In Lake Butler or call
the trailer wn* noiithboiind on :ItOI t
$17.000. Call 496-3644 ask for Corlne or (904)( ) 496-2222 Ext. 176. Equal Opportunity
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Jerry. 12/24 2tchrg 12/31. Employer. Itchrg 12/31
Effie Miles of Jacksonville and Mrs. Crary of Starke and Jessie PLANTS FOR SALE AT MARTIN'S FRUIT
ObituariesWayne Bessie Rowell of Nahunta, GA, and Jacksonville; four Parts Repairs FARM Bare root: persimmons $8,
three grandchildren.DeWitt and nine I appl..p.ar-flg $2.75, peach-nectarine-
Discount Price for FOR RENT
52.25, blueberry 75 cents. Container
C. Jones Funeral Home of Funeral services were plum
Clinton WilkinsonMr. Keystone Heights is in charge of ar DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Tires & Batteries grown: persimmon $12 applepearpeachnee -

Wayne Clinton Wilkinson 42, rangements. Tuesday, December 30 tori -dogwood- TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
of Lawtey died Friday morning after David Crawford conducting ............... r.dbud-gold.n rain-crepe myrtle $5, RENT Union CountyTimes 150
a brief illness. Albert O. "AI" LandrumMr. vices. Burial was in grape $3 blueberry $2. Closed Sun Main Street Lake Butler. Phone
: Antique days. 497-2621 Ft. Whit. 496-2261 for Information tin
Mr. Wilkinson was born in the New Albert O. "AI" Landrum, 65, Swift Creek Cemetery, : ; PIANO Wanted: responsible party to OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
River section of Union County wherehe of Keystone Heights, died Friday, direction of Jones Funeral Show assume small monthly payments on located In Union County Times Building
was a lifelong resident He was a Dec. 26, at his home following a long Lake Butler. : piano. See locally Call manager at at ISO West Main. Call 496-2261 for
heavy equipment operator with illness. 618.234-1306 anytime. 3tchrg 12/31 to mar. Information tfn
Owens-Ilhnois before ill health forced Mr. Landrum was born in Commerce Helen Baird : Jan.2.3-4 1/15 CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN! Nicely furnlshed -
his retirement. He was a veteranof Georgia on April 16, 1921 and Mrs Helen Baird Ha : TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME w/front all electric central heat and
the U.S. Army and a Methodist. moved to Keystone Heights in 1983 Keystone Heights, died Auditorium porch on shaded lot n.ar Worthington air private pav.d road, laundry and
Survivors include his three from Jacksonville. He was a Dec. 28, 1986 at the Springs $125 month 496-2181. For sale park playground. Near schools hasp..
daughters, Melissa Wilkinson of member of Gadara Baptist Church; daughter following a long \ : Savchez St. or rant Itfree 1231CARSTRUCKS state facilities. PINES SR121. east Lake
Gainesville, Stacey and Cheryl Fleet Reserve No. 126 Jacksonville; Born in Juniper Green, 0 Butler. Call 4962366. Two children
Wilkinson, both of Lawtey; his security guard Loch Rayne on June 8, 1906, Mrs. : Friday PreviewS max.. and no pets chg/tfn 11/13
mother, Mrs. Mattie Hough of Association; served 22'/i' years in the to Keystone Heights in THREE BEDROOM. ONE BATH HOUSE
Lawtey one brother p.m to 9 p.m south of Lake Butler $300 a month plus
; Stanley U. S. Navy. Edinburgh, Scotland. Mrs.
Wilkinson of Starke; six sisters, Emma : Survivors include his wife, Lou was a member of the 12 noon 9 p.m. 1984 BROWN Z-28 automatic transmission deposit. Farmland also available. Call
with O/D. tilt wheel AM/FM 1(904)372-1933( ) or 19042621791.( ) 12/4
Oliver of Las Vegas, Nevada, Rilla Conner Landrum; daughters, Scotland. 12 noon 5 p.m. cassette. PS/PB electric windows, Stpd. 12/31
Montez Beam and Lillian Goin, both Donna Lea Terry, Somerville, Ala; Survivors include two cruise, 5500 and take over payments. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME w/front
of Eufala,Alabama Opal O'Steen of Shirley Schimmelmann, Orange Mrs. David S. Millar l'r; Admission $2 496-2390 after 5 p.m. Itchrg 12/31 porch on shaded lot n.ar Worthington
Lake Butler, Bobbie Jones of Park ; son. Tom Landrum, Donald R. Brown of All 3 days 1972 FORD PICKUP long wheel base 302 Springs. $125 month 4962181. For sale
Brooker and Jackie McNeal of Tecumseh; M ch., seven grand Heights; live grandchildren j engine, run good. $600 496-2390 after or rent. Itchrg 12/31
Starke. children and one great- great-grandchildren. ; 5 p.m. Itchrg 12/31
Funeral services were held Monday granddaughter Following cremation man Shows : :

December 29, 1986 at the New Funeral services were held in be at a later date in ..o..o4yelrooeeoee

Methodist River New Church Congregational with Rev. John Dec.DeWitt 29 C., Jones 1986 with Chapel Rev.on Monday Leamon, is Funeral in charge Home of of Keystone __ _-_ __ _--_-__.._-._--_._....-_-__-_-_--_<_< __ __ __ _H_ __ __ _

Yarbrough officiating. Burial was in Ward conducting the services..
Pine Grove Cemetery under the Victor Francis
Burial was in Emmaus Cemetery in BROCHURES PAMPHLETS
direction of Archer Funeral Home of
St. George, Ga. under the direction Mr. Victor Francis
Lake Buller. ot Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Starke died December 24, CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY

Heights. Bradford Hospital following
Charles Henry "Chuck"Newman In lieu of flowers, the family re illness. BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS
quests donations to the North Cen Mr. Gingras was born
tral Florida Hospice, Inc., 801 S.W. in Massachusetts and
Mr. Charles Henry "Chuck" 2nd Ave., Gainesville, Fla., 32602. school there. He moved to
Newman, 70, of Melrose, Fla., died from Lake City, Fla., Our Special -
Thursday, Dec. 25 In Alachua Nettie Ruth Crawford years ago. He was the
General Hospital following an ex Bennett of the Taslee-Freeze and CardsRaised
tended \illness. 1,000 Business
Mrs. Nettie Ruth Crawford Ben before his retirement. Mr.
Mr. Newman was born in served in the U.S. Navy
of Orlando Fla., died Friday
nett, 87, ,
Charleston W.VA on Aug. 19, 1916
member of St. Letters Black
and moved: to Keystone Heights in Dec. 26,Hospital 1986 in South in Longwood Seminole, Catholic Church. .
1947 and to Melrose 16 years ago. Community Survivors include his
Mr. Newman was of the Lutheran Fla.Mrs., following Bennett a was long born illness.in Brad Ann Lillian Gingras of $ 1095i
faith. He retired Lieutenant
was a
Mrs. Patricia
ford County on April 28, 1899 and daughters,
Commander, U.S. Navy served in Jr
; of moved to Orlando in 1977 from man of Virginia and Mrs. plus tax
World War II
; Frances Toner of Palm
of ;
had most
Starke where she spent
No. 89 F.SAurvivor ,
Lodge for Kim
Keystone/Melrose her life. Mrs. Bennett was a six grandchildren and Call 964.5764Ask
homemaker and a member of Union grandchildren.
his wife
include ,
Primitive Baptist Church. Mass was held at St.
Dorothy Chrlstoffers Newman;; Survivors include three Catholic Church Friday,
three daughters, Christine N. Lewis, daughters. Maggie May Stiwell & 1986 with Father Finley [ BRADFORD PRINTERS
St. Gretchen N.
Augustine, Nora Thomas of Orlando and Annie Burial was in Crosby
N. Mex. Karan N.
Albuquerque. ,
Farmer of Lakeland; one Cemetery under the
Spitzner, Putnam Hall, Fla.; one brother, Henry Howard of Town- chie Tanner Funeral 110 W. Call Starke 964-5764

granddaughter.Memorial services were held in send, GA; two sisters, Bessie Me- Starke.

DeWitt C.Jones Chapel on Saturday, iii.i########erri###thR###ftHk'e.....
Dec. 'D, 1986 with Rev. Fred Yerkes
conducting the services. Burial will r CYPRESS MULCH
I be private at a later date under the
direction of Jones Funeral Home of
' Keystone Heights. BARK QUIET GASOLINE.
I In lieu of flowers, family requests PINE
donations to Cancer Research, Col ;
lege of Medicine, Shands Teaching You pick-up or We Deliver
Hospital c/() Univ. of Florida Foundation .
Gainesville Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery

Cypress Lumber

Roy Hall. 60 964-6649

Roy Hall, 60, of'Melrose) died
suddenly Monday afternoon Dec. ****... ........* .**.**.*.**...........* 9

29, of an apparent heart attack while
hunting: in Camp Blending o
Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednes
day, Derv 31, in the DeWitt C. Jones
Chapel in Keystone Heights. Ser
vices will be conducted by Dr. E.
Winson Butler. Burial will be at 4
p.m. in the Jacksonville\ Memory SAVE THAT"ENERGY
Gardens at Orange Park with
Masonic rites at the grave site.

I Born Nov. 10, 1926 in Nicholls,GA, \ .
Mr. Hall was a retired yardmaster G'Gulf
! from the Seaboard Coastline Tr h
Railroad. He moved to Swan Lake
I near Melrose in 1976 from Jackson
ville. He was a Navy veteran of

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