Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1988
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Nine Inches of snow is covering most or,New York and New'. ," ", .",.# 1 : 'y

England, from the frontal system that brought winter winds and Inside..4 ; ''I, >'I': '
weather to northern Florida this week. ( .. SINCE 1879 '
The high '. :'Two i.dIOf.; :'t ," ,1
pressure system following Is now moving off the eastern ":
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seaboard and a warmer, southern drift of air will prevail until Fri- SECTION At.10 Pog.t,: ',' "K '',: .',., 'I ,(''I
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day, when another front, now dropping fr8 inches of new snow in, HardN.ws.14.'r/.10.t;,', ." \%"'-3A /,;{'," / ..-. : .,\;
Minnesota and Wisconsin, reaches our area, bringing possible Editorial Pag. ., {",J/, 4A ',, ,',
Showers late Friday Th. SoclalScono. /,.'. :': .5A "
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tains as far south as northern North Carolina and Applachian Tennessee Mourn Sport.. ; .'. .';: .*.'" \ 1'1 ':' I' i ,{ :) ."" (J-Il tt".n"l ra "

Saturday the weather here will again become clear and turn SECTION ,, ', ;, ,
crisp and cold behind the front with lows again into the 20's Sunday BtU Po8.' i >,::/' ,,"" ,, \,),I''I' \, ,( ': ; "I, IJ. ''I" ,.
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morning. Pecan Auction. 01 v, 'vI,4B: '; 'Ii" I' ( ::t ,
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Crlmo t. I< Jr.1 V-" Wfoweetest -
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lOh Sunrise 15m. Is at 7:17 this morning'and sunset at 5:32: ,.length ot day Holiday \V 'vi'

The moon is waxing, and will reach Its first quarter tomorrow, Dodd Elected, 'tie' Strawberries This Side of Heaven ,':':

Friday, rising just before midnight. Area D.athi. 109th YearSTAHKE./ FLORIDA l3! Cent Copy \

Z2nd Issue Thursday.! December 15, 19HS! liSPS' 0 2-7W( / :

ii Worth Second Ranked Zoning Official Siisnended.When Dp.motf"d" ::11

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LL N f otiii' Assistant Zoning Director The formal complaint stateS', that past 14 years O'Neal.could not be reached by was In the office doing some (hings, ,I"
Janet Turner came to work Wednesday Turner has been "
suspended for 30 The charges will ,be appealed, telephone Wednesday morning by .that had to be done"
Morning, Dec. 14, County Programs days without pay effective im- Ms. Turner told The Telegraph( The Telegrr-ph.
Director Darrell O'Neal mediately, and demoted from assistant Copies of the charge could not be Ms Turner was an applicant for Clerk, Gib Brown thinks Turner's I' \
Head Start Party... handed her a formal notice, charg- zoning director to secretary! obtained prior to press time, the zoning 'director's Job when appeal will be before the county "
An open house and Christmas ing her with being uncooperativewith although Ms Turner said copies will O'Neal was appointed.Ms. commission .or before some hearing \ i
ty for parents and friends of Head par- her superior officer (O'Neal) Ms. Turner has worked, in the be available after she has discussedthe Turner said she wasn't supposed officer rrom outside the county that' '
Start will be held in the Head Start \and being rude with the public. County/City'' Zoning, Office .for the matter with O'Neal to be workln Wednesday but is appointed by the board.Cable ;i\

Center at 1080 Pine St., Thursday, i
Dec.. t5,'noon to 2 p.m. .
Refreshments will be 'served. -

Friday Friends..., ......41 'f '.-/1/ I't, ., 'TV

''The "'Friday Friends" will meet ., ,;;,,..,)W, d,." .' 1/':,': ''"''f '\:' "
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at noon Friday Dec 16, at The .. ;'I ...-n..,,;.,"'"". '"*M< "" li ,1"I: '
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United Methodist Church. .. ExpandingLocally'
Please bring a covered dish and en : : ':," / 1' ; .

'joy,a fine Christian program. "J1'1111I". -
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sponsoring a Christmas party rr ,_ ..,," .,...w Busterlbhn.
Saturday, Dec 17, at City. Hall r .' by
beginning at 2 BCT Staff WriterClay ,
p.m. "
Santa will be there. Bring the 'w ,.. .....'1"111II.0. ,. .., Yei'Vyi,.. Cablevislon;'Jong i time cable
children and enjoy the get-together: TV operator in Starke and holder of
';,}''I''! a county-wide franchise, has announced .

Toys for Tots.,. ,, the expansion of services'
east of ,the city, into Country Club '''I rEstates ,
The Chamber of Commerce, "' and other' subdivisions'' '

Bradford County Emergency Ser- around the Starke Golf and Country ;
vices and Fire ; i
Department are
'Club. ,
": sponsoring needed for Tots, Plans provide for: the.TV, cable 16, III
Toys are for kids who'don't expand into Griffis Loop, also. ,J
have any this Christmas. Bill O'Daniel
;,who heads up Clay
Gifts may be dropped off at the' Cablevision's Service Department in''
Starke Fire Department on or said 1
>Orange park Clay Cablevision
before Dec19. Please,'the toys Will make cable TV available in the'

'should be new or only slightly Used.. ,area ,around the Country Clubl,on
The toys will be distributed the both Sides of Bessent Road both

children in the community that sides of SR-230, from the city limitsto
need them. Won't! you help? ,Flume Road, and south of SK-230,

on CR-230A into the Criffis. Loop
Need Food .?
Toys. :area The cable will extend to the

If you or your family; or if you railroad at either .end of, Griffis ,I
' know someone that needs either '.Loop.

toys or food, or,both, call! 964-6864. O'Daniel said 'Clay Cablevision
plans to expand into other areas ad-
Library Party..., jacent to the Starke city limits, but !
would not set a firm date. lie indicated '
/ill Children are welcome to the. the
. Summer of 1989" would
: Bradford County Public Library second '
( likely see cable TV available In Lincoln
, .,. annual Christmas party Tuesday -, City, and other areas, south of _,
Dec. 20,- at 10 a.m. kjrx town. ,
Santa will visit, so bring your. Clay Cablevision" currently' has c.

camera. Refreshments songs and' .' ,6tF J" 't 1,215 customers, inside ,the!; city:
fctories agenda
are on the sponsored A ,limits *
,. by the! library. staff and In 'the' Dec: S County,'Commist

,friends., sioner's meeting, some 15-20 people j I
came from the Bedford Ljke'area
Christmas lights... 'and other sections of the county to, I

The home of M'-s.. Louise Ward, + hear Bronson Cable TV request I
at the corner of Orange and Pratt franchise in the Brooker area,'and
'streets, is the most spectacularscene ask about their chances of getting
in Bradford County after TV.'Cable
.dark,when lights are turned.on., TV in County...
Mrs. Ward 85, with the,
assistance of relatives, has Rex Boggs, spokesman for Bron
"38-40,000 lights in her house and iniBig' "eR 1 son Cable TV, distributed a letter of

'yard, and invites the public to visit w "" financial responsibility'to' commissioners -
both inside and outside. Many new and asked for,the. right ,to,
items were added this year. i work in the county.
Alleen Moore, sister to Mrs. Boggs told commissioners, that
Ward, expresses her appreciation, Bronson' TV has franchise to
''to relatives that helped with installation 'operate in Worthington Springs, in
of the lights, Anita Union County,and Brooker.,His firm'is
Dobbs; Alton Dobbs, Dale Moore, ; hundreds, Enjoyed Christmas ,Parade,,. now seeking a non-exclusive fran

Mary Ella and Freddie Watterson, /:The first place flout by iM'H' hurdi, 'of Jesus! 'Christ of Latter Day, chise in a 15 mile radius of Brooke?
Franklin Bush, Jason and Morin,' Saint takes off In the downtown parade route in top ,photo. In lop, enabling it to run cable along CH-18,
Inez Kelly, Robert Cook and Sally photo;the pai'adecan. be seen,\ starting out west down Thompson Street between Worthington Springs( and
Underwood. and at top heading east down )fall Street .' Brooker. and on to Graham; ,and

,Santa will visit Mrs! Ward'shome At left, Angela and Pat id SI one! gather candy throw from passing "beyond. ,
Friday Dec. 23, between 5:30 floats. A resident of Bedford Lake asked'when

and 8:30: p.m. Everyone is invitedto Above, three kids; unidentified. get a few mintiies to ell Santa (flans cable TV will reach" his area'
; and Mrs. C'laus what they want for, Christmas. "Or should I buy a dish?
Chamber Mixer... Boggs'said perhaps Earl Hurst,

The "Business After Hour '* Crowd Watches 61 ,Entries in .''Christmas, Parade could president answer of Hurst the question.Communications, ,

Chamber Mixer has been Hurst, who holds a franchise in ,
rescheduled for Tuesday, Dec., 20 the"two'' rides for three hours from to Lawtey and surrounding area, said '
old{ 1 The Christmas Parade was so'l long the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter ings. 'Having outstanding 11 a.m; ,
from 5:30 p.m to 7 p.m.. In the ; ,2 for kids. his firm is selling rights to Friend-:
the front ended before the end beganas Day Saints. Second place float was, citizens act as grand marshals of the p.m. i
Florida Bank Building;corner' of, it weaved its 'around by the Lawtey Elementary ''Beta parade is new and the Chamber of Steve Futch' is chairmanof l the l ship Cable TV, and he cart give no
Walnut and,Call Streets., downtown Starke, way Club. ,Third place flr- t was.by, the. > Commerce hopes to.establish that as Christmas Parade Committee of the firm answers, but competition is in-;
Out. 4-HIT. i. a tradition Chamber of Commerce. Committee creasing in the county, and virtuallyall
School's ... '
Uund'reds''ot people lined 'ivuckdClover '\. Commis- area residents will have access to
ou1ty, The'Spirit of Bradford Marching members ,'were Carolyn Autry,
Bradford County schools will downtown streets -to watch the 69 ''sioner Ross / Keystone Band,,the Bradford> Middle School Darlene Godwin;. Police Chief Bill ,cable TV within a few months.
close Friday Dec 16 for tj/*, separate''entries in the ,1988 Heights May .r Bill' Beam,"" Don Band;'and the Lawtey Community; Reno, Nelson Green, and Ida Sue Another'' county'resident,* living
Christmas! Holidays, with J? jVjtsi Christmas parade, more than double Thompson Mrs Nona Canova, and School band participated in the' Schmitt. Wally' Ingram and Landa just south of the Starke City limits,
to classes JarT last Police Chief Bill Reno had asked when she might expect service ;
returning Tuesday; year. Lloyd Stilwell. parade. The Jazz Band ,of BHS Koistinen represented the Chamber '
\ to go around an extra block to pre Dr. Pete Gianas, chosen played Christmas carols 'after the' staff and was told essentially the
A Teacher's Planning Day is vent running into theend of. the humanitarian of the year for 1987, parade. It has been suggested that the same thing.
scheduled for Monday,:Jan; 2. parade. and John Miller, chosen outstanding parade form on SI -230 east next Bronson TV was awarded a nonexclusive
Used Trees. This'parade stuck more to the citizen of the year, acted as grand Santa Claus and Mrs. Santa stayed year to provide more: room and to franchise within a 15 mile
them, Christmas in StrawberryLane marshals of the pdrade, riding in the after the parade to greet children, make the route longer;,Chairman radius of Brooker, as requested.
The Boy Scouts of America will ;than usual. bed 'of an antique, car owned by and the Downtown Merchants Steve Futch, phone U64-6200, would Attorney Johnny Hobbs representing -
be collecting "used" Christmas The Winning float was entered by Terry McCarthy of Heilbron Spr Association sponsored free sleigh like feedback on that suggestion; Hurst Cpmmunicatitons, asked
trees in several locations after for a franchise covering the entire
county, with a resolution approving
December 25. -- -
Please don't burn your old tree. Hurst's plan to sell its rights to
Deposit It In one of the convenient Property Owners Protest 'l'oll Road; Friendship Cable Co .
collection centers, sites to be an- In the Hampton council meeting,
nounced later. Tuesday, Dec. 13, Boggs announcedthe
The trees will be used in the nationally sale of Bronson Cable TV's
recognized Northeast Plans for' Local Interchange UnclearIf Hampton franchise to i FriendshipCable

Florida Beach Dune Restoration Co.County.
( Attorney R.A. Green ad-
the sometimes irate, but orderly 'it would be a new ball game from day, adopted a position statement coukFbe!< as close together as two vised extreme caution in overturning
Upcoming.., property owners crowding the Bradford here on out. saying, "If a Jacksonville-Tampa miles, depending on the (and use the previous decision, saying
Public meetings scheduled in the County courtroom to capacity Due to the "considerable public be built, plan in the counties affected. "It Is Lee's neighbors can expect a year's"peace ,
coming weeks are: Tuesday night were a fair sample of outcry" against the project Miller the Stare/Bradford' County not desirable to have them" closer in the valley," following the "'
.Brooker City Council will meet public opinion, most Bradford Coun- said that DOT Secretary, 'Kaye Chamber of Commerce strongly together than four miles, Miller earlier denial.Commissioner.
Henderson had ordered a temporaryhalt supports a route that through said Toll road access is more Carter said, "If wed
'In a special session Thursday, Dec. tians, at least those in the initially passes '
the project and would announce 'Bradford provided that limited than that on interstate this, will be in
15, at 7:30: p.m., to sign an amended proposed corridors of the Jax/Tam- on County, () everyone running
franchise with Bronson cable pa toll road, are saying "No" in no a new schedule of public Starke has an exit-interchange. We highways however. here asking for a waiver. I don't see
TV. Other items may be discussed. uncertain terms' hep-ings and new procedural plans recommend that there' be greater If Starke is to benefit from the toll any basis for Mr. Lee's coming.
Pecan auction at Farmer's "We're not interested in dollars- tot*)"* (Thursday: Dec 15) There, 'public input into the process of seleo road, one or more interchanges before the board."'
Market, at noon Thursday Dec. 22. we're interested in our homes,*' wit>(.e 20 to 25 well-advertised hearings ting a precise route that such an ex would be necessary here, business Chairman Wilbur Waters said,
Bradford County School, Board, ''more than one objector told DOT 'o'itxn the next six months on .pressway would take." and industrial interests believe.' "Really nothing has changed."

Monday, Dec, 19'at 7 p.m., in District Two director Bill Miller, need for the toll road, its financial The Bradford County Economic Miller said that interchangeswould The request for waiver was deniedon
detailed study on corridor adopted a be placed only at intersectionswith 3-2 vote.' Commissioners Ross -
District Office on N. Temple Ave. who fielded two hours of questions feasibility; a Development Corporation would a
Economic Development Com ranging from "Why in God's name alignments, and other phasesof similar position: statement a week "major highways'" This Chandler and Joe Riddick opposing
dollar indicate a need for one if the final
project"Millf.'r Commissioners and
5p.m. build another toll'rpad" the multi-million previously. Carter, Waters
are we
mission Tuesday, Dec. 20, at gonna will be toll road route crosses U.S.301 In the '
said.Potential routes night Norman.
Tuesday E.L.
When questioned
College to about the positionIng ;
Santa Fe Community -
tn- Starke area. Starke is also served by
and will be submitted possible interchange
of Interchanges, the Starke reviewed new maps concerning 'a
Board Room. commissioners of Starke Miner said nothing was two State highways, 100 ."nd ',16; 'Cable TV in .
Chamber Mixer, Tuesday Dec area. ... to county for County. *", I
20, in Old Florida Bank Building, Miller sought to assuage concernsof the various counties for inspection certain at this time, pending the new ,which heavy are traffic carrying load. an increasingly' Rex Boggs spokesman for Brona'son )
studies. He said,however '
corner of Walnut and Call Streets, property owners by admittingthat upcoming Cable TV, distributed a letter of'I I
mistakes in its I that it was possible there could be as ,
5"i-7: p.m. DOT had made Need Is Questioned ,financial responsibility to commissioners
.otarke City Council. Tuesday, haste to speed up the time lag bet- Interchanges Indefinite few as six interchanges on the' and asked for the right to
Adams. Lawtey
Dec. 20, at 7:30 p.m., in City Hall. wen conception of a project and Although the Starke business com- limited-access 180-mile toll road sheetmetal George worker who commutesto work in the county.
County Commissioners pouring the concrete. He said the munity was not represented by a from Jacksonville to Tampa. lie ad- Boggs told commissioners that
.Bradford at the' hearing, the1' ded that Interchanges on interstates' his job in Jacksonville, said, "If
Wednesday Dec. 21, at slate had been wiped clean of the spokesman d
Board of usually spaced from 7 to 10 miles
controversial eastern and western Chamber of are
in the Courthouse. Cable TV..P.ZA)
7:30 p.m., corridors, as initially proposed and Governors. at a meeting lastThurs-, apart, although in urban areas they (See Toll Hoad..P.2A See




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I' Mayor, 'Clerk Sparring ,

Over Key to Clerks OfficeThe a r" U aaar ? 4

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question of who is entitled to a mayor as well as the public at those A 1J 1-
key'to the Clerk's office at City Hall, times, he says.
erupted again Tuesday night, Dec. "I have gotten good audit
13, at the meeting of the' Hampton City reports," the clerk: said. "The
Council. auditors were very complimentary
At the urging of citizens attending of my work. I have nothing to hide,
the meeting, Mayor Lola Williamson Wadsworth repeated. ,
proceeded to suspend Town Clerk Council Chairman Waldeh
Gordon Wadsworth, "for Wadsworth stated, in tryng to end
misfeasance in office." the controversy, "The clerk is 'not
"As your supervisor, I am suspending suspended until the council decides.I .
you as Clerk," she said. will entertain a motion to suspend.
An explanation of just what actionof this discussion until legal advice can
the Clerk constituted the be obtained." "
misfeasance ,was not given, o.her No motion was forthcoming so the '
than exclamations various'spectators'
bickering continued until coun
that City Hall is a "dic cilman Johnny Allen said, "The key
,tatorship, and"You are a dictator"' is the key to this whole mess. If the
directed to Clerk Wadsworth. council'gave a key to the mayor, Idon't 4 4'm
Wadsworth refused to honor the think the clerk would have
!suspension, saying that the Mayor i much to say about it." ('
has no authority to suspend him; only
the Council has that power. After more discussion, Councilman
Wadsworth proceeded to read Ted Curtis moved that a key .
from the city charter which specifies be given to the mayor: The motion
'that certain legal procedures must passed without dissent, and the '
be followed. One requirement is a meeting adjourned '
written notice of the causes for the The clerk said several months agohe'd
suspension must be filed, after }hand his resignation over with UlU Winning Floats...
which the council will meet to decide', '. .the key if the council ordered him to T 'The second place float in Satur-
,the merits of the charges.: give Mayor Williamson a key J day's Christmas Parade at top,
"You don't run the city, you work\ There was discussion from' the was entered by the Beta Club 411
for the mayor"' said one citizen\\//Door Tuesday night, saying 'that Lawtey Community School.
identified as Mr. Brooks to Elwood Padgett had a key to the '
Wadsworth. 'Cathy Thornton also .clerk's office when he was mayor The third place float at left was
reiterated that the mayor has' why can't Mrs.,Walliamsonu new 'entered by the Lucky Clover 4-H
authority over the clerk, and the mayor, have a key. Club. '

;'clerk is suspended; the suspension is City Attorney Gene Shaw had left, Parade Chairman Steve Futch'would
'valid and some thought the meeting was (like to thank not only those
Wadsworth steadfastly refused to adjourned when the discussion about who came to watch but the judges
hand over a key to the mayor, sayingat the key erupted anew "' the Parade Committee members, ..
one point, "some people are just, Everybody: at the Tuesday Dec. the participants In the post-parade
nosy." 13, meeting! was taking the side of activities in the parking lot of San
"The office is open every Monday, Mayor Williamson. Councilman ,U Fe Community College, Starke
Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. Elwood Padgett the former mayor ,Center: the Chamber of Com
Until 3 p.m.said Wadsworth, The who lost i by two votes to Mrs. merce, the Starke Police Department -
books and all records are open to the Williamson, was not present. the entries, and all the other
who made this year's parade a big'success.

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I Toll Road. /

I(from page 1A1)) system'' before building new, toll
the people are goin( to have toll ..roads. 1 :
roads, let the people pay for them, i In reference to interchanges and
''instead of spending millions for the bypasses,' Barney Ruckdeschel, 'of
benefit of New York bond brokers Country Club Estates pointed out
and Wall Street financiers. Connecticut :<'the economic distress, caused in
put on a gas tax and removed Folkston, Ga..' when a, nearby interstate ->' ,
tolls from all roadsnow the peoplecan "siphoned off' 'traffic from< Cable'TV' r
breathe. They had many serious' U.S. 301. s ...
accidents at toll booths.'where cars M.E. Brimhali'environmental' ,
'were often backed up for five miles, coordinator for the DuPont mining (from page tAi> his firm is selling rights to Friend vice, and was told essentially. the not expanded outside" the city,
with other cars running into them at. i operation east of Starke;'also stress-"';' Bronson TV has franchises to ship Cable TV, and he can give no same thing.' Bronson TV was awarded a non-,
high speeds. We're going to pay for ed the Importance to the community' 'operate'in Worthington Springs, in firm answers but competition is Increasing Commissioner' Carter said Clay exclusive franchise within a 15 mile
them one way or another, so why not of keeping traffic going on U.S. 301 Union County, and Brooker. His firm in the count, and virtually Cablevision has been running cable radius of Brooker, as requested.
''pay and remove the tolls, like by upgrading it and other existing is now seeking a non-exclusive fran all area have access to along Bessent Road, apparently into Attorney Johnny Hobbs, representing '
Jacksonville has done?"' highways. chise in a 15 mile radius of Brooker, cable TV within a few months. the Country Club Estates area, but Hurst Communicatitons, ask fora
Miller replied that toll roads have' Miller said that 50 million people, enabling it to run cable along CR-18 Janet Turner said she has not been franchise covering the entire''
been a part of Florida's transportation tourists and others come into between Worthington Springs and Another county resident, living contacted about signing up for cable. county, with a resolution approving
system for over 100 years, and Florida annually, and 95 percent of, Brooker, and on ,to ,Graham., and just south- of the Starke city limits Clay Cablevision has had a franchisein Hurst's plan to sell Its rights to,
21 are operating successfully in the 'them pass through North Florida. beyond. asked when she might expect ser: the county for 2-3 years but has Friendship Cable, Co.
'State at the present time. '"They are'a "This traffic flow benefits Bradford A resident of Bedford Lake asked,,
proven method of financing ser. County,even with the toll road.Land when cable TV will reach his area,'
vices, and are a legitimate way of ''values will increase enormously "Or should t buy a dish?" I
Federal Available for Houe: Loans
getting what we need to meet the. putting money in your pocket. Boggs said perhaps Earl Hurst Funding .
'' Bradford County Commissioners;,
state's growth Miller said. president of Hurst Communications.. '
l repeatedly argued that who 'conducted Tuesday night'shearing ,could answer the Question: :The.Flor.ida Department of Health state and federal matching'funds Is;: two m nthat'-;:) ,
priory should be given to expressed no opinion Hurst .who.halds a .franchise in ,and RehabilitUtlveServices (HRSV, available to finance the second year'' ''TobetUgible I a family.must contain
inK ,the State's present highway .publicly and asked no questions; Lawtey and, surrounding! l area said has announced ,that $8 million in of Florida's Emergency Financial at least one child under age 18 or '
Assistance for Housing Program.The a pregnant woman. The child must ? .
program is designed to provide be related to the caretaker or must
aa short-term emergency financial have lived with a relative within the
k g a aid to families with children to past six months. The child or
meet the cost of emergency housing. caretaker must be a U.S. citizen or
Under the program, aid will be lawfully admittted for permanent
i "' MU ''S pw gsmwvn-5 "" 'available for payments of rent or residence'in the U.S. The;family
: mortgage, housing deposits up to must be residents of Florida or be in
SOMEDffl for local and the state seeking .
; ",Wjrt $50 moving expenses employment.The
.::'\i-'l "} payment for emergency lodging family'can nave no other
; ; STATE' OP FLORIDA EMPLOYEESL1HAVETE t\,: ? .,z : } Assistance of up to $400 per eligi- not the result of a strike or.
'* : ,' \1' ". >' ble household during one month in voluntary termination of employ
any 12 consecutive months can be ment and and the family is totally''
:; provided. without shelter, are other re
;; OPPOimWrroiMPROm January 1988 was the start of the quirements..The family's income for'
... program, which was forced to closein the month must not be more than the
: : nL' ''' :>,'', tiiffi' February when the $2 million fun-' need standard for Aid to Families

",;: .f< :THEIRt.rt'AT'T'll""f" l'U.J',' ,COVERAGE" Y;t:, ."; .. ,.!. ding was exhausted. More than 5,000 With Dependent Children, ($644 for a
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.... ,., i .,>>" 'families 'were assisted during the. two_person family, ..$807 for, three..,

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.NASA\ Astronaut' Visits Starke I :

by BCT Jull Corr..ipond Ferguson.nt mission traveling Was around completed the he has been of his experiences and to help them
country speak. to understand that it is a lot of fun as'
Col.Dick Covey;:an astronaut with ing to those who supported the flight, well "z
as good work. He JI'l
to It "
the encourages -
U.S. Aeronautics and Space Ad- He has been thanking them for their children to study their l ..',
nlstation in
Was visiting his sister, support making the mission possi math and
ble. if they are interested -
Mrs. Diane Reddish this week, But he said the recent mission
Col. Covey was was "just one step to ," space travel. r, a'i I
one of the eight recovery He Col. Il
Covey a role in his recent mission
member crew of the "Discovery1 hopes,In a year or so to get their was that of pilot. The : '
pilot's job
which went up' in September. The ,flight rate up to par but it Is going to is to back up the commander. His n ,k
mission was the first successful one continue to take a dot of work from primary responsibility is to ,
since the up
Challenger disaster. supporters. Col.
Covey is "pleased to the systems on the mission (electical f
Col. Covey was hosted at a dinner be a part of it," .systems, water supply etc.).
at Sonny's Fat Boy Bar-B-Q Cot: Covey spoke Wednesday mor- Larry Reddish met Col. ,
Restaurant in Starke by his brother. ,ning to children at Waldo Elemen- sister,' Diane at Florida. State II I
in-law Larry. Reddish. Since his tary School. He hoped to share some .University, I(

I I" New, Site Picked for Dvnatest ";, 'p. ;' !''I\

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by Buster Rahn Zoning Hoara Member bpyro C.;'. Kite request a special exception
'BCT Staff Writer Drivas, cognizant of the 'former for 3,5 acres in the Sampson
A new site oirUS-30lS has been transaction!' Indicated he Is'quite' City area, for the location. of a communications 'l
recommended for approval, for perturbed that Wynn is back before tower. .
Dynatest Corp.,. ,manufacturer' of the board, requesting the rezoning of 1
road another for the Terry Fregly representing Centel ',
testing parcel same 1
equipment by the Brad pur I
ford Zoning Board. pose. Drivas asked, "Is Dynatest Telephone Corpsaid the telephone' j'i'i
It's the third time up for Dynatest Playing games with us? If so, I don't ,company the needs to locate a tower in'
Corp. area to interface with towers in
Zoning Director Darrell O'Neal Gainesville and Alachua, providing
Landowner John H. Keenan's request pointed out that Is based for cellular telephones.
to rezone 2.3 zoning on In time there will be 10 _._ .
acres south of the best possible use of the land and or more -
Starke from Open Rural (OR) to individual participants should not be Centel towers in Alachua and Brad- Astronaut'Visits Starke.,. '
Light Industrial (ILW), Tuesday, a consideration in decision ford Counties, as well as towers owned -
Nov 29. The Keenan property joins Wynn was reported to have making been in by competing firms. The 400 Col. Dick<<: Covey, third from left is shown with the dish, the colonel's! aster: ('01. Covv, ;Jldtlbew'ltril. I
Life & Praise Ministries Church on Tampa, and could not attend the ft.tower will be low wattage..,and, Larry Reddish family l-r) Larry Reddish Diane Reddish. and below, Mark Kyddlsh. '
its north property line, south of the meeting. Assistant Zoning Director produce no, radio interference.
Surplus Property Warehouse. Janet Turner said Wynn had Indicated -_ There will) be a small building at its'
.The request was presented to the, the base, and the site.will be fenced. ,

estate zoning agent board for by Outlaw Patty Realty Elder,, who real; was purchased suitable Crosley as for a his last property needs resort,Isn'treally and His with Fregly all said existing the complex national will standards comply BBS( II -Q. Team Blasts St. Augustine I IThe

said sale of for communication tower! .
the !
property by Keenan preference was to locate in Starke ? -
to Wayne Wynn is contingent on get but not in the Industrial Park.Since Mark Hardenbrook,,, chairman: of Bradford High School High-Q Patrick Hurst was 3-for-S. because there are no great t teams!in r
ting the I land_ rezoned. the Edwards Road site was not the Board of Adjustment moved to varsity team scored ,,8 92pointunanswered Sophomore Keith Cowie providedthe the division but there are five very ,
Wayne Wynn a native of Bradford available to him, he sought to locateon ,approve the request stipulating run and go on to defeat biggest surprise of the match by ''good teams and 'even the cellar'
County and a principal in Dynatest US-301 South. the site be landscaped an 8 ft; fence St.Augustine 157-77, answering his first toss-up questionof 'dweller have shown a penchant fot
Corp., has been looking for a site on Zoning Board Member Medford ''erected and, a 15 .ft, setback he The varsity Improved to 5.3 in a the year. Keith correctly' upsets this year." Coach Crawford is
'which to build a manufacturing 'Connelly said Wynn should have observed. match it had 'to wing, otherwise it answered when asked "To what was 'optimistic about the chances of the
plant for the past'several months. made arrangements to attend the could possibly have tied for the Harry" Truman referring when he Tornado varsity. "After starting the
He was turned down Oct. 18 the meeting but moved to recommend Hardenbrook said other tower regular season.jchampionsnip., 'said 'We, have'spent two billion, year 0-2 Bradford has been the most
by ,approval of ,the sites in the county have been required The Tornado JV dollars the
on scientific
Starke City Council in his bid to request. There was High-Q'ers overcame greatest consistent team in the division,win j
,rezone a lot on Edwards Road., no opposition to the rezoning re to meet the stipulations,.and an 0-37 start and a 33-61, first gamble in history and won'?" Cor- ning five of its last six matches with
quest. in all fairness, Centel should, be required -, half deficit to finish thel rect answer: the atomic bomb.
At the August 30 zoning board !/regular. the only loss being to Interlachen,: by
meeting, Gilbert Crosley The vote carried $-0, and will go to do likewise. season at 71. 'The corresponding; bonus pulled'' ,,two points, ; P
the' rezoning of 2.7 requested before the county commission Dec. Fregly said the stipulations were Both the varsity and JV: will compete -', the JV to within one point of the 4 f
miles acres ,some 5 21 for final action. ,satisfactory,, 'although he would in the divisional tournaments in Yellow ''Jackets and gave the young
modateDynatest.south of Starke, to accom-}: prefer' to' have the setback February, Tornadoes the impetus, to outscore Tournaments.,, ... ,
County Commissioners 'Board of Adjustment... eliminated. ,,,St.Augustine 55-15 down the stretch The'JV Central Division Tournament -
the request and Wynn bought approved the Following the Zoning Board The board voted to'approve the Balanced, scoring seemed to be the, Kevin Krack Interrupted the Is set WedncscttryrFel; *. 8, and :,
motion ''
as statedwithlhe, y
,setback'requirement rule of thumb for 'moderator with
land. meeting, the Board Adjustment, both of.the a correct response the Varsity Central Division Tourna'
intact. academic teams. The' varsity 'when he was asked to "Name the ''merit is set Tuesday; Feb, 14.
answered 13 of 24,toss-up questions, barbaric leader of the Huns whose Both tournaments are to he held at I
I Three ,correctly with, Captain ShaWna 'army suffered terrible losses at the Price Elementary School.' in In
Council Seats Onen in Brobker Blom Kevin Krack,Patrick Moore Battle of Chalons in'451 A.D,".Cor-, : terlac ien. Coach Crawford, ays"' he. 1
.a i and Michael Becker each sharing ,rect answer' Attila. will try accommodate as manyas
,, by Buster'Rahn received= a 5-o vote on tne motion: the scoring ,lead. Each member of According to Coach .Stanley' would like to attend ,the,, tour. ,
,BCT Staff Writer New Business... The council spent some time the JV team responded to questionsand Crawford, "The Central Division naments. Persons who want to attend t.
Three council seats are' up for Tom Hulett president of Bronson discussing water meters an ongoing four team members were cor Tournament in February should be, either tournament Should Contact J
grabs in a Feb. 14 Brooker election.' Cable TV, asked the council to approve problem ,with the city The council. rect. The JV was led by Joel Caren the most exciting tournament in the Stanley Crawford, at Bradford '
Qualfying dates of Dec. 26-31: who was, 3-for-3 for the, day ,and short history of the' conference High School., '
were an amemded cable TV franchise cannot seem to get a handle on the .. ., .. I
set in a routine council
meeting that The amendments deleted problem of residents breaking locks, -
droned on for.two hours Tuesday, pricing'structures from the agreement and turning on water valves which : GAEE GQ.UBJ Ji .TJ
Dec. 13 a session noted for its.lack of since the city has no control have been cut off for lack of pay j j0l..l0E..tlLA1.11
controversial issues. over the amount charged for cable ,ment. The council is cognizant' : .,..,, J6N( .rAr.I. "
Terms of three council members TV i services, and corrects minor statutes covering theft of utilities PerformingArts 1L511i1'rl 'I, .sBSnuutf.RO; rm e1 n eN'"uq
CJ. Stalnaker. Sue' .Davis and discrepancies between Bronson but backed 'away from bringing 1rCAfE') GDUrvarr nr M +*o .4..+,A'.P.NW4 I CdFFSP Mho a
.ortheMscalTlmejandbUgilie ths en*} ''Cable; J'Y.and, Sun State'.TV' ; contracts charges. Center Ypm,...{ tirnty 6.i'. .,.pwhan....,."... )fo fa snr trti, i5 it .........,,.O.!",y.+zaA: ai NCESr CSmM Vt 6PPCAL 7c/.r, +Sr 'II\
: hbthe bu Wlh/ 'h< f;;which/ hold; nortexclusWSfranchies' '- 'The-council voted to purchase i3 ; 1) (;CVRMFT' d to !.y Err nos( Sri( rc;cr Ai+uYs 7.1p ,
,February election. : MIhe'ti .">""' new Valves, not exceeding $soo, amf'agreed FW.'AJ.tY.. rOri 1", Ill 1.
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. now' oPitt for >c t d.41 /'" iA
Since Hulett needs the signed to pay Fire Chief Tony ( ; r: :mart :
'Other Business. .3)CAFlE Aaa: .+r > 'SS :u 1 ,
Old .
I .. 'agreement before the regular Stalnaker $15 per hour to install h.4., t-.oIc1, pravloni A._ -7f. RossiBrrif
City Attorney ohnny'Hobbs January meeting Council Chairman them. dos uncda S"'J..... rq/4 CD Kf9 sA.l..ANI 1'Croob ,,4a tyzEFPFR
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reported that he has been unable to' Gene Melvin called a special Davis proposed to pay former Piano ,_ni ..I_.; hw.ON80.. .... "uroJIS" a.a
locate grant funds for meeting for Thursday Dec. IS, to clerk Linda Robinson $15 per hour 3A ,. C 3.1'0 7;.5 tllU, SA, ADS-,, )t.OL06"1.fI.rfJcAW rra
any updating .. ....... GolJ... ,; ..J .w 6A11.kSuh, f. ,
the city park and city hall. He said sign the document. 'for 10 hours work in assisting with city 'Voice .!. /,,-."..,.....;...._" ; 5.pc" Sala) ",. ,' ?j F4a: 5APIO "w
state have Chairman Melvin asked if Sun records during the transition
agencies recommendedthat ..
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the town borrow money to make, ,State TV1 has contacted Attorney. period from her tenure to Cheryl mm Theater'- ( ,,, hcLdd..n. .r FRTRASr"iu'tObfCCAI' : f1rVNA Ii.h" : to bJwf
''necessary and desirable. improvements Hobbs or any of the' council'members Cox, replacement. CouncilmanA.B. 4 '' (.OMU So, ", 3..5' frv.s C.p .1\0 q) tORUro'eEFF'' ( aei' Iavnu
to its infrastructure. concerning its franchise, Adams moved ,to implementthe ,.. w.'Y. 'Q..t t'4. ao"P .$1, FYCr'fUr
City Clerk Charlene Thomas but 'received only negative suggestion and the council voted ,rr4n Lh.... COIb"5O. reA'. .qlr' IpjfASTtAMI'i:
reported the council decided not to responses.Hulett was quoted as say- 5-0 to pay Robinson $150. Owner: tPrfJAl4 ii' l'" U.T r" I.U' '
'deduct social security from ing that Sun State TV may not exercise Mayor Hamilton said 'That isn't' Drivas QPUrxi LaVon 'qA .
Ar 1a.
paychecks of council members; but its options at this time. enough." oA t fr i ap r.tf : lOP. ,OfF" ALL: TO 4a.P' A'q.(..MS'tl"
,assessments for Medicare are being The council agreed to purchase for q'xtOY,4. .CAF'..rwF .:. [iWe. M' gVraa WIT!! '(!,OIJPOI taken out, since it is not optional. liability insurance to cover the city' Chairman Melvin' reported he Call registration: , Thomas said the action was taken' clerk and council members against'' 'climbed the 160 ft. high water tower 964-6846 io)ybrkrWtt sue 7 Ss 964.3G51 '10'/1 rArcPrtr, ...i1FFlanrh ...
several times in repairing the Aso "", m.at: M.
nnad PLza
subsequent to discussions ,with its suits resulting from carrying out of --
accountant. ficial duties. Christmas lights atop the structure.

Clerk Thomas reported the returnof The annual premium$364,, provides Melvin said he climbed it at night'*,,
minutes of council to $300,000. but "wouldn't do it in the daytimeIt'S ,
meetings by protection up ,
former clerk Cheryl Cox. but some Mayor Blake Hamilton said, ."1''' not as scary at night' you can't
'minutes remain unaccounted for. 'don't care if you get it or not,-they ''see' the ground. ;
Former' Clerk Linda Robinson'Is ,can't get blood out of a turnip.)* Melvin did not render a bill for his FEED 4 FOR
assisting in the search for the missing Councilwoman Sue Davis movedto services saying" "I,did it because I

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etuTcmiALsBecause That, First High May. Lead to. Lifetime\";,"LowTo ,(I"" ,I"" ,,:

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the youth of Bradford County .
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anyone I .
of Crack Youth Drug ::' .',: ;,' .

., You may not' know me?, but I could very well make that mistake.. If you have already tried I "'

;Felonies Double in Year be a better friend than some of,'the ones you've ,late.theme stop now, and get help before' '[.It is 'too -

known all your life. '

I am 'an inmate in 'the'Florida Department Of There are people that care about you that I .

The number ot Florida juveniles comparison, 786( juveniles faced Corrections. will help. All you need to do Is ask. You can, a

arrested on felony drug charges hasnearly drug charges '))n the 1982-83 fiscal beat i It, (f you start before It's too late., '
and that listen to .
doubled In a year's time, and I come to you plead you "
year Don't end being cell mateor worse I
the lure of easy cash from slreet-<:or. what I have to say. up my '

net crack-cocaine: sales Is to blame, Prosecutors, police and Gelber social In ram 25 years old, 'and have lived in Bradford being dead. \'';
like :
authorities say.. workers, join judges Increase on one County most of that time, If you don't stop now, you won't have much'.1'
swift ,
Statewide, three of every 1,000 blaming the of a future. Either I'll be seeing.you here-:' or "
for, crack .
street demand B.H.S.
thing; the I attended '' "
of 10 and
children between the ages worse maybe I won't, : : t' :
17 have been accused of a drug felony cocaine. is not :
The reason I'm in prison Important. I
so-called who
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All friends '
according to figures from the. "The attraction of the money pulls'' The important; thing is that J have managed to your ;.
condone uSe of drugs are friends at all.
state Department of Health and Rehabilitative director of your
them In, Jim Rivers mess up my whole life. I am someone who
,Services. Anothet 3 Dade County's Office of Substance' cares and don't want you to make. the same No true friend would watch you head for
percent were accused of drug Abuse Control told The Miami Her mistakes I have. destruction. I've had'many so-called friends,
misdemeanors ,aId In Thursday editions. "They and J bet you can't guess how many of them

"Kids are out In the streets selling perceive It as glamorous because The biggest mistake, of my life' was to try ,'hear. from now, ,

the stuff and making more money they Can buy the gold and wear their drugs for'the first time. I have a family' that loves me. If f had listen \

than the judges"says Juvenile, Court beepers And often they have the approval ,Someone pretending to be a friend turned meed to them, I wouldn't be here now
Judge'Se'mour' Gelber of Miami. the kids '
of, parents ( )
to first high. Make mistake. If choose my path you
'"These statistics are confirming breadwinners." on my no you ?
become "
what 'Is unfortunately a well-known Ever since then, I have been going downhill.I \ ,will not only crush yourself, but also everyone

obvious fact"! The figures show thai the overwhelming can't'blame my troubles on drugs only who' loves and cares for you. ,

In all of Florida, felony drug cases majority 80 percent}:'" mysel./-for allowing it to happen. As a friend who cases, make use of that love. "

Involving juveniles rose from 2,032, ''of all Juveniles arrested. on felonyin Don't hurt it. If.you play ;with fire, you're! sure
the 1986.87 fiscal year to 3,740 In drug charges In Florida" are black, Drug addiction powerful thing. If you to get burned. ,

.1987-88, /according to HRS figures In males, mostly between 15 and 17, allow it to, it will take over your whole life. :;.
Please.., I"beg of you- take heed., (
I'm sure you have heard this all before. I onily ''
Have a Merry Christmas,, and God bless you,
hope you will listen now. of you do.
o' Now Read the 'Letter: at 'Right { : :" then I have done! what I set out to do. rnyKoby,. Inmate
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I 1988 Election Sets ,a Pattern{"; ,, 'f,," ': ,,>' ': Memories: of,, Pearl' Harbor' ,Day '.'' ''. Y\. \; (. ;'>,, ,,", ::>,:'". .: ,;

,For More ,Sleaze. to ,Come" By 'One. Who Was There. ,[ I '

Fifty years'ago Joseph, Goebbles,. ""...the disgraceful election that has just '
Adolph Hitler's "public relations'*'man ended will be repeated: three more timesin I On 'December 7; 194i, more than 2,000 fang,, and the first 'wave brought' on 40 In a more philosophical',tone, 'Crosbysaid
offer the Americans lost their lives in the surprise torpedo bombers, 51 dive bombers and 43 : "Patriotism is not measured by the'
operated on the credo'that if a lie is this centuryfor why peoplean fighters. number of times we the Pledge of
attack Pearl Harbor. o' say
honest choice when sleaze is more effective' Japanese on '
repeated often enough it will become ac( .Allegiance, or have silent prayers in'
cepted: as the truth., The rest is history.. Albert i..' (Al)) Crosby. Jr., a retired National .>' first., The When second the wave shooting was as finally brutal stopped as the', schools.Patriotism is being a good, honest
Guardsman and ex-Marine \
was and
Now James Michener the, best- In spite of all these'problems'' to be there and was among the fortunate ones,, eight U.S. battleships,:were damaged! or .citizen contributes who to cares his about community his country, state,and,,' : I
solved, Michener voices long-range optimism who escaped with his life Last week, on nation at all times. [ r
selling author, who has served on half a for the future;'saying "...our nation December 7, "Top Sergeant'? Crosby,witha
dozen major national advisory committees is continental in dimension oceanto total of 40 years, 8 months, and seven DECEMBERPearl "We recently had an election where 46
sees a similar misuse of PR, days in the Marine Corps and the Florida percent of the people voted for the loser, .
augmented and abetted now by' televi ocean, with good neighbors north and National Guard, gave the Starke Rotary and 54 percent voted for the winner. The
sion which wasn't a tool that Goebbleshad south, and we have enormous reser- Club a few of his recollections of a day that last time this nation was truly united was
voirs of both industrious people and rich President Roosevelt, speaking to the Nation in World War II. We had a common enemy
access to, .in the day of his, big, raw materials." branded "A Day of Infamy", and were concerned with our welfare and \
'"misspeak". the welfare of all free nations.We must be
"On the day of the Japanese attack, 'I Har orjf
.On the pessimistic side, he reminds us ) active and contribute to keeping our
In a recent opinion piece for Cox News was on patrol duty, across from the base
Service Michener :, "This year's that ,"All empires in history have hospital down in the harbor area, which DB freedom It is not free. One of our early ,,
says crumbled to be replaced by others with had fuel tanks in it." Crosby said. patriots said we should not only give of our t
scared, It conductedwith "
election larfe
me. was w '
first saw the dive bombers com-i taxes but also of our time,
better ideas and Vigor and one,
and lack of attention to proper -
a brutality ing in;I was. uzzle& but soon all hell
day we too will slip back. At present we : Yin addition: tp serving! as clzns/we, \
bafijc issues that appalled, and the Success broke loose Explosions: : gun fire, bombs ', ,
show signs of doing so.1 ,sunk, three cruiser .nflThree pgstwy rs.,I"/ as Rptarians.1 can and.do-jnaks'a.dif-, '
: of its ugly strategies flashed going off, shops and buildings being were sunk, 188 planes lost, and more than., ,, feren >9 1 ;,reUti; :;ittj ffli&l' 1 ofday ,;
signals that this was the kind of elec. In spite of all this, he judges that we'll destroyed, and battleships being"sunk.Fires ". '2,000 American lives lost. It was a dark world ckpeace, in the hope that some .. ,
tioneering we should expect during the ', be' safe until the year 2050; which is a roared' from the fuel storage tanks. day in American history, and a day impossible mankind will .decide that war. is not" the : ','

next three .national campaigns; of this long, time offpresuming, of course, The Japanese had struck, without warn-, describe in its horrifying detail answer." '.

,century" that we start ,work immediately on ',."-'. .' ,

Due to the success of the Bush campaign .,, some of the nation's most serious pro. .
led by what Michener calls the J Cf'.Letters.
Vice President's "team of brass- ,
knuckle brawlers who' went for the 'Y IN. BRADFORD COUNTY ", I" I'

jugular and never released their hold", ,By David W.Norton ;

Michener sees this modus operandi set; Ten 'Commandments County Forester }

ting the pattern for American presidential ,To Bill Reno of classified' la'nd: '
Major ; II Some you have seen wildfires televised as commercial forest ,
campaigns well into the year 2000, For Government'ReformCommon Well Done and Good Luck on the evening news; and heard From these commercial forests grow the

and perhaps beyond. These 'shadowy In His War on Drugs volunteer firemen. reporting on what oc, trees used for paper and wood productts;
who Michener "served curred. tthey are used for recreation including
men says, A new sheriff of Bradford County has Although 'a great deal of help and hunting, camping and fishing; they help k
Bush well and their nation sopoorly"
so Cause,militant consumer been elected because most people wanted assistance is received from these reports, our air and water; and they are.
also '"corrupted the political and has him.This didn't please everyone, but I am' it is the people in the woods (forest purify to many species of wildlife. ,I
system and,in a time of quiet and growing ; taxpayer for group sure the people bad very good reasons for rangers) that are attempting to put the, County foresters help private landowners !i
) crisis, prevented any ,reasonable issued a ten-point program governmental wanting or not wanting a new sheriff. brush fire under control. with the planting, managing and

debate on the, great issues facing this reform to 'help restore stan" For those in the Sheriff's Department The rangers of the Division of Forestryare harvesting of their trees and even with the .,
nation. As. a consequence, we have dards of ethics and integrity in govern.ment" -' leaving for personal reasons, I wish them probably best known as the men and utilization of wood products If the landowner : (
., the best of luck. But I do NOT believe, as women who battle the flames when desires to use his land for commercial .
postponed rather than solved our problems Sheriff Reddish said in the paper,"Loss of wildfires threaten lives and property. The production of timber crops, the county
and when the due-bills are experience in the Sheriffs Departmentwill Legislature has delegated responsibility forester can help with that. .
[ presented, the results may be Salient.points in this agenda are; hurt'. law enforcement in ,Bradford for wildfire protection in all of Florida's 67 Some foresters also work with
devastating" County." counties to the Division of Forestry. homeowners on questions ranging from
Stop illegal "soft-money" funding Recent wildfire activity in Florida has what to do about insects and diseases at- a
And what are the problems Among : of presidential, elections, where Does this is mean made that of a' good few SheriffsDepartment been below average since 1985 when over ,tacking their trees to what type of tree to ;V
those listed by Michener are; up only a good 200 structures were destroyed and more plant and where to plant it best. s '
millions of dollars from big-money men who must be kept on the job all the
than forested If there is such
The enormous burden of debt. time? 400,000 acres burned. Battles a thing as guardian ,
,contributors, went into presidentialraces against the flames have been somewhat angel for trees in Florida, it's the Division ,}
The imbalance in 'oUr'trade with this v ar.Ban' Does this mean that those in the depart-' limited this year. While Florida continuesto ,of Forestry. Its sole purpose for being is '
foreign nations, making us a consuming .. ment after December can't do the job? grow in population, wildfires will grow treesplanting and seeing'them' grow ;
nation rather, than a' producing one "" Does only'experience make a good law and become more hazardous as years go, working with .others to assist and en- t
'all, "honoraria"" fees to officer? by.. Other activities conducted on a daily courage their planting, and protection of "
"The abandonment of one major area :members of Congress who receive After what has in basis continue,and one of the lesser known,, these trees from insects disease and 't
of production after another- other nations these pay-off subsidies for Starke, It is hard for happened me to believe in the that past loss of these Is the county forester program. wildfire. '
[ and A forester is responsible for traditional An informed is vital for the
trained public
better organized, 'peaking" to ,monied 'groups who of experience can,hurt law enforcement. conservation
disciplined than forestry,public information and educationand [ not preservation) of our forest ;
our own.
want_to keep,their friends in office.' One must remembergood leadership, is available to virtually every county resources. Duties of a forester can include
The constant selling off of our capital "I: i' ,common sense, believing and having pride in Florida.These men and women are college proper education and public awareness efforts i" "'
goods to foreigners at bargainbasement Tighten up ethics rules for govern. in what you are doing can get any job done. graduates with degrees in forstry and .These can be carried out through the
I not for '' at least one year of practical work ex news media, fair demonstrations, and
prices.. ment officials who leave public service -, am or against any sheriff.1 am '.
perience. speaking
for the appearances. .
giving Sheriff's and
The debasement'' of our public and then have profitable deal- the people of Bradford Department County an even Florida's total land area Is 34,532,363acres. If you think you could use the help of"a
schools so that we send half-educated Ings with those, they once associatedwith. break. Of this, more than 17 million acres county forester or a forest ranger 'with ?
to are forested (almost 50 percent-' one half) your timber or trees, please give us a call. ., ;
young people compete against fully I would like to say welt done and good and some 15,5 million ,of these acres are We'U do our best to serve you.
educated Japanese, Germans, and Ban gifts from private interests of luck to Major Bill Reno on his War against :, '.'
Koreans., members of Congress drugs. Will be win? No one knows... but
; ,everyone knows he is trying, and that is
The determined swing of our federal :Stop allowing special interests to what counts..

judiciary to the hard right so that the foot the bill,when ,members of Congress RobertKr1ti The Best Gift '< .

natural changes that all societies need take travel vacations., Route 1,Starke You'll Ever ,:
td survive will probably be inhibited as

civil liberties are lost.' '
/ :Give.
!Prohibit the use' of campaign:' .. (
Michener then asks"What storms doI
non-campaign International Flag ,
funds for purposes
see ahead? ,And answers; ,Exhibit at "
such as the purchase of office and LibraryFields
"' j
"We divert so much of our wealth to' household appliances, furniture, z
automobiles and other,luxury items., of blue and cantons of red '
the servicing of our trillion-dollar 'debt represent the spirit of nations at the to, .
that most of the taxes we pay go now to i r Bradford County Public Library's. 1

service the debt. We are making I ,Stop the practice of'' allowing International Flan Exhibit. 1 r.

bankers richer and workers poorer, andI members of Congress to retain up to Now through December 31, twenty

expect this imbalance to worsen $250,000 in campaign expense money flags are on display at the Library. t ,
when they return to private life. Library Director Sue Crum invites ;." ,
debt with
"As our multiplies 'no the public to view the flags Monday ''. t
serious effort to restrain it, I would expect 9-8! p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 'I ,
Prohibit officials and _
I the United States to devalue its currency federal can'dldates 9-5 p,m., Thursday 9-7 p,m.,and I..,+<,\ .
radically probably before the from operating their own Saturday 9-2 p,m. ',- ";,''j

( end of the century. ,PACs. ."The colorful flags seem to make

"How we can reverse our stumbling silent statements about the countries -

educational I don't know butI Strengthen the Federal Election they represent", said Crum.. ._ \
t processes ; -
think that Commission, the Office of Government ; "They symbolize one people, one
am terrified ,to we, may Ethics and the, congressionalethics I goal and one faith- nation's most Library '

present deficiencies to" committee will be important product" Guaranteed for a lifetime( of
blindly allow our they,, a Card*
continue." real force for higher ethics in govern learning and enjoymentPage

Michener also expresses fear ,that ment and not Just "paper tigers".


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Meetings. Friday Deadline Set For Residents Energy Aid I

I" Starke Gator QB Low income residents may'still Applications for the Low Income
apply for one-time
'j Club Meets Dec. home with Home Energy Assistance Programare I
22 co ts.
+ energy Applicationsmust available at the local HRS office, \\I
) The Starke Gator Quarterback than Friday returned December to HRS' no later 1250 Andrews Circle Suite B, In 1/
Club Christmas get-together will be received 161988. Applications Starke. Over GOO households in Brad'J' ,
held December 22, .from 8:304:30: after December 16 will or not be con ford County qualified for a payment d I,
p.m.There sidered.,One payment will be made last year The average payment last, (
x will be no program And no to each eligible household. year was tl01.83 per household, "
covered dishes. Christmas snacks' gram does not unity
pay monthly
will be furnished by the club. bills
Class of
Plans will be discussed regarding 1969 "
the upcoming bowl trip and the annual Planning ReunionPlan .":
banquet February,10.
now to meet on Sunday Dec:
18 at Kelly's Nite Limit in Lawtey at'
r UDC, Weeks Chapter tAw'" Y h'- 7 p.m. to make" plans'for,a class reu :

Meeting Cancelled For'more information call k'Bill-

The W.T.. Weeks Chapter of the ,Bo"i 1 782-3130. ,I.:
Christmas luncheon scheduled
for Monday Dec 19 has been .....,...' "J't.. 'I'I,
'cancelled due to, illness of its '. ... ; Adu1tCholroftheFirstUnitcdl\Icthodistchur h : j
members. \. t..i"r./
:: Presents"Celebrate 1

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Social Briefs. Ii.: .1.\i. the Child"byTomFettke '
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Ward-George Honored .L'..,..'.' .":. "... "f.. ;; .' ,f

At Open House Dec. 10 Arletha Joyce Chesserand Sunday, Dec, '18 '7:30 p.m. :

Randall Nathan .
An open house honoring 'Hallie Church Sanctuary Public Invited Nursery Provided
ward and Denny George was held at
the home of Mr.'& Mrs. Frank Mitchell Chesser-Smith i Gilbert Coldwir Music Fund
on Saturday, Dec; 10. To Wed December 26
Approximately 130 guests were invited -
!!"- """ "'-.. by hosts & hostesses Mr. & Mr. & Mrl!. Floyd Ferres announce r----:;
Mrs.George Pierce Mr. &Mrs. J.T.'' the engagement and ap: HOURS:
Prevatt, Mr & Mrs. Jim Lewis, Mr. proaching marriage of their I .A 9:30: -8:30: M-F
The Bebout Family Player, & Mrs. William Haas, and Mr. & Randal Arletha Joyce Chesser,to ( :
Mrs. Frank Mitchell. Nathan Smith, son of Mr. & j9:39-4:30SA
The marriage will be on Saturday .Mrs. Leonard Booth of Brooker. '
( ;". Christmas Story Pageant Dec''. 17 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist The wedding will be an event of I
Church In Palatka. Monday Dec.26 at 7 p.m.in Brooker
To Be, Presented at Northside The Mitchell home was beautifully Baptist Church. A reception will qrfl ..Sdke'2nes7oven .
# ,, C lf.t.c1Wlukuu
follow in the church
l decorated for Christmas in all the fellowship hall. riu .
Northside Baptist Church presents The Bebouts will be at Northside party rooms. The refreshment table No formal invitations are being goumtl&tllgfm. 'BatAjluatU
1 the Bebout Family Players in a this Sunday. Dec.18, where, Mike in the dining room had a red linen sent but all friends and relatives are :' SANTA'SPECIAL. THURS.,FRI. & SAT. ONLYJ' '
I musical drama of the Manger Story, will preach Sunday.morning,' Then tablecloth with a white hand- cordially invited to attend. Christmas Hand Towels,''Napkins & Bath Tissue 30%OFF
which will be presented Sunday they will present the musical drama crocheted overlay. The centerpiecewas Moire & Lace Decorator Stockings 20% OFF
1' Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Sunday evening service' a lovely basket filled with ;( Jeweled Holiday Pins,'Reg. 6.50 S.OO
Mike and Kathy Bebout traveled greenery, Christmas balls, candles FREE
t the dinner theatre circuit before and red velvet ribbons. GiFT SUNDAY ONLY 1-4 PM SPECIAL!! GIFT
I they were saved.. Now the Bebouts Mrs George Pierce greeted "WRAP Precious Moments Dolls 20*OFF WRAP
with their three children travel the, guests at the door. Mrs. William,, ,
country as evangelists. Haas and Mrs; Frank Mitchell were i\ ,We Appreciate Your Patronage! J
in charge of the refreshment table:' :
Mrs. Jim Lewis took care' of the 504 ';g caKst, A Specialty Gift Shop
By Dolores Meng., food. Mrs. J. T. Prevatt '
presided at
Hampton, Hilites 468-1915 the punch table. The 'hosteses Star t, 5Th.,. '

presented the honored couple with a 964.8547'J
'\.1 ,Hampton Elementary handmixer" 1 J f'h

Honor Roll Students.... :Grade 6-Christina Broome, ,
For the second six weeks grading
, Q"" I' period those receiving .ALL A's Formal Tea Planned....' ''Santa Can '
h, were: Wednesday; Dec. '14, the 5th ,Depend on
Kindergarten: Charlene Clifton, and 6th grade clases will have a for-:, '
.':' Renee Ford, Emily Genest Brian'' mal Christmas Tea. Refreshment y His 'Sleigh'
( '." :. McClellan, Rachel Smith;. tables will feature fine ,china, .
, I"".' '; I'' Grade Steven Knipp, Jason glassware and silver.Teachers Min Jl' '
'" "'. Barr,Brandie Cunningham,Jeremy .dy LeBlanc and Millie Kramig are And You Can'Dependon ',
i Gates, Amanda Flanagan, Juston encouraging their students to come ,:
\ ,';'" Hart, Brandt Hawes, Joshua dressed In their Sunday best for this Lh i'o' '.
:: Hodges, Brian Lott, Julie McMillan, elegant affair.Christmas. g' ,
' ,Joshua Meng, Brad Muse Matilda Natlrh1Have '
t Rhoden' Raymond Rhoden, Dusty Program.., Terwillegark
Rivers Donna Sanford 'Joshua On Thursday night about 7 p.m., ', 4"
Starling Amanda Townsend, Paul ''music students from grades 3. 4. 5. k
Chrysler Dodge
ever wished
i.. Turner. ( and 6 under the direction ofdarole you'' that you ,
5'" Grade Detrla: ''FordJason, Stevenson will present a program of could have i been there .that'first ..
I" ," L'ovellGrade/ : -", Christmas"rmslc-;for ,,I It Christmas to experience first-hand ,. .
[ v p&l'enta.anel Iv,
'' !' stthss C8tnt1chael"' .thihbirth of the .Christ..Child, th* -" '''' <1 '
0/, Melody Barr;Chr : ; friend': -'"')i(' I .1.ui '. iui<| .J8* ..l'l" ..,.
Nena Contois. angels, the shepherds and the wise"men 0;' ,??+'WJ) 1( "j.f I. "t ..11
'I' Dirk Schmidt will direct his band :
'. Grade 3-Clay 1 Archey, Vicki: Hut- students in a musical program. Fifth ? 1389DodgeDakota? ;
.I ', ,'' to, John McMillan. and sixth graders will entertain in Well First Baptist and WTLGFMare
t. "' Grade 4-Alicia Baker, Chris this program. doing all they can to help you "S"
.: Gibbs Jason McCullough ,Shaun The program will conclude'with relive that night in sight and sound,
", Muse. -the lighting of an outdoor Christmas'tree. and after the performance, even in p
Grade 5-Tori ,Hersey Charlotte F smell and touch.Experience Air Conditioned ,, i'
1 Smith. 'Rejoice" A Living
AUNew!! '
')' ;, ,. Grade 6-Missy Brown, Jennifer Christmas Vacation... ;Natlvity on Tuesday, Dec. 20, ,
!,;. '..J, Darley,Tracev McCullOUh.t Wednesday, Dec. 21, and Thursday,
Via't: ',:-; '' I .' Receiving ALL A's AND B's The holidays will be celebrated by Dec. 22 at the First ,Baptist Churchof $ '
:' ,\ Grade 1-Sabrina DeSue-- Paul students and staff from Dec. 19 thru Starke. 8995
I,;. \' Jones Sean Wiggins, Rey Aviles January 2. Teachers will have a This unique reenactment will
Kristin Bradley, Brandt Gatlin, planning day for the New Year on feature the choirs of the First Bap-
Jenette Gatlin. Christopher Jan..2.December. tist Church and'Will be simulcastover
Schmidt.. WTLG-FM: ((88.3): ) Turn yout
Grade'' 2-Christina Crawford' Birthdays!., radio on at 7:30: p.m. and follow the
d' Deena Crawford Jessie Marshall, Dec 3-Brandy Johnson instructions given over the air. D1OO & W1OO -. NO MONEY DOWN!!
I Roger Mitzel Bambi Rhoden Erik 4-Kristin Bradley, Clayton Archey, The 55-minute presentation starts'at .
r Scoggins Jassy Starling. Jennifer Phifer Carlton Meng, 8 p.m. each evening. If weather is
), Grades 2-3-Jimmy Coleman, Teddy Lawrence Meng; 5-Lisa Jones: nice, you'll want to bring along a 1988 1988 Ford Ford
,I I, DeMaree; Daniel.Davis, Trent vin Rhoden, Richard Tyler' 6-Linda couple of lawn chairs and listen to Dodge 1988 ,
Jones,Tonya Newman Joey Rowe. Baker Bobby Howard, Allen the live sound. If cold,just sit in your
Grade 3-Randy Brooks, Robert Rhoden; '7-Matilda Rhoden; .car and listen on your radio as we 'Dakota: Bronco ,4x4 35O
Broome Amy Crews Alicia .9-Roger Mitzel- Rodney Car-: "Rejoice" In the birth of Jesus., ,''Air> Conditioned Loaded Crew Cab
Crosley, Hannah Ford, Peter Knipp, .michael; 10-Dewey McClellan, Kim ,, .
,. Amanda Meng Matthew Mullis, Smith. Sandra Aviles; U-Cynthia First Christian Church
Paul Phillips, Amanda Rowland,. Casner Kirk Williams; 12-Beth ,
/ Kimberly Thornton Danny Wiggins. Kennan,Macey Rhoden,Billy Kyle; Christmas CantataThe 7495 $16.995 $18'99''
Grade 4-Hope Archey Jaclyn 13-Johnny Hernandez, Raymond choir''of the First''Christian ",
v Crews, 'Alex Kirchalne? Lisa Mc Williams; It-Clay Archey, Crystal Church 517 W Call St, Starke, will J f
Clellan. Charisse Rivers', Randee Coggins, Hazel Thomas 1$-N ikkl present a Christmas Cantata on Sun-'
Varnum. Wolf Wilma Clark 16-Susan Dec 18 at 10:45: a.m.
:, Grade 5-Jenny Johnson;Gretchen Parmenter; 18-paul. Rhoden; 'The cantata entitled "One Night in 1987 ,Nissan ,1987 Bronco ,1987 'Bronco,
''i Harris,, Angela Meng, April Scog- 19-Jason McCullough Sidney Dell.. .Bethlehem'' will .be,, directed by
gins. Elaine Smith. Pick-Up: 'II, XLT 'II- ,XL
the cantata a
young Preceding people directed by Mrs.Herb, Air Conditioned *. Sharp Leaded Clean 5 Speed$1O,99J
Sellers will present a group of

Join us at' our house for Christmas.The public songs.is invited,, to attend. and, $::6,995 '$ I 995 "

all-you-care-to-eat bountiful o share m this Christmas program., JL, JL .,

Starke'Claims Two
Honors Grads at UNF '1987 Ford 1986Aerostar :1986 Ford

Two Starke residents are scheduled
Open all dayfrom',6, am to 9 pm to graduate with honors joining F150 .P-U XL 'Ranger
418 students who will receive
No reservations, please; at the University of North 'V-8,Auto.A/C Loaded Flat Bed, 6 CyU
Florida fall commencement Saturday

BUFFET HIGHLIGHTS Martha Dec. 17 L>, Epps has applied .to $10,995 7,495 $3,495Jeep

receive the Bachelor of Science
l Homemade Soup degree in Nursing from UNF's College -
of Health. '
t' Garden Fresh Salad Bar Donna L. Greene has applied to
receive the Bachelor of Arts in
I Roast Turkey & Dressing Education degree specializing in Grand
f' elementary education from UNF's =_-
Giblet GravyCranbeny'Sauce t'' '
; College of Education'and, Human WagoneerREBATE -


Roast Beef Au Jus $1000 ,

t s, fZ A:VaHety Vegetables t Heilbron''Baptist '

,Hot Rolls, & Creamery Butter Christmas Cantata Ja=p

Homemade Dessert HeilbronBaptistChurchChoir will Jeep Grand Wagoneer
present their Christmas Cantata on NOTHING DOWN!
Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m. Eagle ,
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Children :tinder 12 ......... $3.50 Do' Did You Know... "
Outstanding High School Students TERWILLEGARChrysler

) Infants to 3 ...... .............. .. F1 of America is pleased to announce
._- Patti L.Berry has been selected as a
new member because of outstanding .'Plymouth Dodge Dodge Trucks Jeep Eagle Inc.
an .
ECONO LODGE r merit and accomplishment\ ,
American high school student. 141 W. Madison Street''. Starke ((904)) G64-9OOO or 1-8OO-448-JEEP
AL )
of Mrs.
Strawberry patch Restaurant Patti is the grandchild
: a U.S' 301 North .. Stark 964-7600 >ti Sanderson, (a former Bradford in Open: 8:30 a.rn. to 7 p.m.,Mon.-FrL.; 8:00 aan.-5OO p.fta. Satxtrday- Sunday .
j County Resident), now
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Page 6\ tKLKGKAPH December U.1988 ,

I 91 BHS Tornado .Football Players- Honored: at Awards Banquet- .,.,. .. ; ,1

'Tornadd grldders and dinner table and practice kicking or and WR Shawn Diggs, Ali ha Grueri, Tavia Bedding, Amy Thomas McCutchen, Mitchell Mur- dary institution, Coach Maggio told "
Cheerleaders got to touch hands with passing and catching each day. Juniors who previously lettered'are Lewis, Lisa Mitchell ,Selena Nor. ray,.Jason Norman, Timothy Orton the BHS athletes. When colleges
one. of Bradford High's finest foot- The JV cheerleaders' were In- : DE Chris Dinkins;' DT Keith man Tricia\ Parado,'. EliazbethRowell'Jill Norman Redding, Eldric Sconleis?! recruit a football player today, the
ball players when former quarter ,troduced by Ms. Joan McKinney,the Jenkins, DB Lance Wiggins, RB Strickland. Timothy Taylor, Issac Williams, first three considerations are' 1))
back Donald Falcon handed out din- varsity cheerleaders by Mrs. Clint Reed, and INLB Travis Long. JV cheerleaders introduced were John Williams, Adam Cubbedge,' ,athletic ability, 21 academic ability,
ners at the football banquet last Marian Douglas. The names of the varsity lettermen, who Stephanie Agin, Kenya Atkins, Shae, Kevin Jordan, Winslow Roddy and 3)) character, does the student ,,
Thursday night Dec. 8., JV football players, many who were receive their rea athletic jackets Blom, Mindy Gnann, Holly Hersey, Mathew Barber, Julius Hardln,. have the self-discipline necessary to "
After compiling a 9-1 season the, not present were read off by Coach are: WR Scott Duncan WR James Amy Home, Christa Modesitt, Kim Shawn Jenkins, Henry McCutchen, hit the books and pass in college.If .
only loss was 2-0 to District 3-3A Mike Gulterrez. And Coach Dayid Slater, OT Don McDavid, OTDer, Ross. ,Dana Shannon, Charin Wig- Andrew Lee, Edward Duncan. a UF athlete misses three
champion Santa Fe, the 1988 football Hurse had each varsity player stand rick Long, OT Roland Shafer, OT gins, Jill Williams, Shenealse classes, UF rules call for it to cut In- "
team approached the greatness of for a listing of his qualities and James McNeal, OT Dwight Allen, Williams.JV lilt the Books... to playing time, Coach Maggio said. ,
the 1960's era when QB Falcon led future expectations. DT Kevin Finch, OT Keith Linzy, OG football players introducedwere "I can't stresss enough" the im- He urged the athletes to take ad-
the Tornadoes to 30-game winning 'The terms "tough," Lorenzo Hall OF Alton Young,, : Gary Don Brewer, Kelly portance of a good academic recordto vantage of everything offered by
streak, and their first state cham- '""hard-nosed "a fine football DE/RB Al Jones, FB/LB Clyde Brown, Bill Campbell, Wyatt Collins enter college, said Phil Maggio Bradford school system. If there is a
pionship in 1963. BHS repeated in player," about the highest accoladesfor DeSue, DB Trammell Jones, RB ,, Joshua Crawford, Phillip offensive' line coach of the University -' 'chance' to go to college, set goals '
1966 when Wayne McLeod, a Bradford a football player by Coach Hurse, Leon Jackson, DB Allen Jenkins, QB Crawford, Andrew Crews, John of Florida, the guest speaker. high and work to attain the goals,
''school system administrator were heard repeatedly as the head Reggie Sheffield, DB Terry Berry, K Dempsey, Evan Douglas Andyn Academic standards are becoming Coach Maggio-urged.
now, quarterbacked. Tornado talked about each player. Donnie Francis. Goodowns, Shawn Griffis,, Ronald 1 higher and higher at all secon- fc* Pass .AHow's
'With pictures'of the two state The 14 seniors on the 1988 football Varsity cheeleaders IntroducedTeresa Hall, Brad Hamilton, Robert
championship teams on the wall for team are DE Jimmy Long, TE Ed Bassett, Susan Crawford,; Hankerson, Benjamin Hawkins, The
the audience to see, the '88 gridders Douglas, Sam linebacker or defensive Gayle Douglas, Christy Gault: Jason Hughes, Eddie Lewis, Family? . 'v, .
were praised and treated to a steak end Dane Clark, OG Brian Ken- "
dinner. Coach David Hurse had a drick, OG Chris Durban, inside. LB By.'' Rev. Ed Kirktand. M.Div., 'pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptitt
word of praise for each'player, men- Bill Hamilton, DT Jr. Acevedo, OC ',''*''''''N 11&0. ;'''<''<(' 'W"' '','.',''>",y''..<" > Church located 10 minutes east of Starke on Hwy. 18 at Klngsfoy Lak '
tioning: each Individually, and In ''Terry Whitehead, RB Greg Pittman, yy, f<<"-<' "'" ': Rev. Kirkland/ / answers questions,on the family in this column from a
some cases, telling the players roverback and running back Rodney <<.; ; < Christian ''perspective. Send your question/ or comment to; .How's The
publicly what they need to do to improve Mosley, WR Kevin Crawford WR }.ifi'I'i' Family! 6337. Seminole St., St< rlce. Fl. 32091.
,, hit .the weights, get up to James Slater, QB/WR John Berry, !

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} otr seems dedicated to things like planning family feasts, adjusting schedulesto
ZONING NOTICE get everybody home on Christmas Day, and my personal favorite, trying
BEULAH NAPIER hoi mad applicationfor to see if there actually is a way out of the Toyr-R-Usparking lot.
r SPECIAL' EXCEPTION No :2 In Zoning Planning Board to conduct a public hearing In the middle of all the warm memories and thoughts of toys and turkey,
Clarification 10 lor Mobil Horn DwellIng at a regular mtlng held at 7:00: it's easy to think everyone is happy during this time of year. I wish that
on two and 'On.-holt acre to the p.m In the City Commission' meeting ,could be true.However .
'STARKE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on room of Stark City Hall, Starke, Florida, :, some who are reading this column today are feeling anythingbut
property'located and described below: on. Thursday, December 29, 1988, and excitement. You see, the Christmas season makes some who hurt seem ,
North 2'/t' acre* of 9 ocrei, out of make a recommendation to the City of to hurt all the more Families together at Christmas force widow,
Parcel 02603-0-00300 Sec.: 22, Twn. 6 S. Stark Commissioners and the Board widower,or newly divorced mate to feel even lonelier. Watching everyone
Rng. 22 E, Northvott Stark a/k/o will consider On Tuesday, January '17, appear to be happy makes those who are depressed feel more alienated.But .
Pno located South ol East Market Road 1988, at the same said ploc at 7:30: p.m. perhaps the most common Christmas hurt is suffered by those who
:and foot pi Old Lawty Road. an Ordinance relating to: watch everyone else. in the stores, but cannot afford to provide gifts for
Th. rezoning of the following described -
The; Stark Board of Adjustment; will their own family.
property and amending the Com read this and say "What does he know about hurting during ,
I conduct a. public hearing on Thursday, prehensive ,land Use Plan to provide You may .
-I" Dcembr 29, 1988, In the Council Room that 'land currently zoned 1-1 and Christmas?" Unfortunately, 1 know a lot more about it than I ever hoped
/ of :Stork Hall 7.30 Stark., .to. It one during December 1987, father took his own fife. .
f' r c ns ran 1 City at p.m., designated by the plan as Industrial b*, was year ago my
Rj' er Florida, of tr having bn Reviewed by reioned to R2A. and designated Multl- He did so because he was in great physical pain. Regretfully, he was in '' : '
Wrangler JCans th. Stark than of Since that time, the Christmas 1 I
Zoning Board. Family'Rsldntial the property of more emotional pain any us Knew. '
Shirts From At this time, all person will be heard FRANK PORRECA described as follows: Season is different. Simple things like poinsettias are hard to look at '
concerning this application, at spclfld: 0.37 ac.. 10S'x154', lot 4, 6, & 8, BLK 27' without grieving. The funny thing about it is he thought he would end the ('
A, x19:95 In the Zoning. Codes of the City ol Stark*. of Original Town of Stark., Parcels pain by ending his life In fact,what he did was cause it to grow and spread.
41 Wrangler ''Zoning, Administrator 03129.00100 S 03130 In Sec,'28. Twn. 6 throughout many others. One of which was me.
Stark, Bd.01 Ad). S., Rng. 22E, at S. Thompson St. and I'm not asking you to have a bad Christmas, nor feel sorry for me, nor
Rocky Boots Itchg 12/15 South'St. and West of Railroad, to be used stop buying presents. Instead I simply want to make two points. First, be
;Mountain ? Control 0923 for rsidntlal-rntal property. sensitive to those who seem to be hurting this Christmas and try to help
'You ore further given NOTICE that a which can't be pushed aside with a present.
'J '\ : 1 .them. There are some feelings
P t Colored$45::00 NOTICE OF APPLICATION copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I Is. Secondly, if you're one of those hurting this Christmas season,especially
available for at the of-'
Jeans. your if feel life is becoming worthless, you need to remember what.
flc* of the Director of Zoning and Planrv',
OF THE LAND USE PLAN Christmas is about more than anyone:! else. It's about hope,
log, 209 N. Thompson StreetCity' Hall, I
An ORDINANCE am.nding the Comprehensive Stork, Florida.. .. The shepherds didn't hear, "Open 24 hours until Christmas",* they
Land Ui. Plan Element and Each and person having Interest heard "...I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all people.,
Map by City of Stork, Florida In occor-i, whatever every In the enactment any of this For unto you is born this day in the City' of David! a Saviour'which is Christ
danc. with the local Government Com proposed ORDINANCE should' the Lord." '"
22261'L' Temp"8tuk. ''prehensiv; Planning Act of 1975 as provided *. hoard'at the time and plac If that's not a message of hope; I don't know what is. For them;a Saviour (
for In Chapter 163 of the Florida' prescribed. meant a way out, a second chance. Today, He means the same thing. A
flW 7871n Statutes.: '( BOARD OF CITY way out of your pain a second chance at your life.
TO ALL CITIZENS,Taxpayers. and other OF STARKE COMMISSIONERS This Christmas, don't give into the hurt or hide from it. But help keep it
Interested persons. By Darrell O'Neal in perspective by remembering there Is hope for you.Hope for a better life
You and each of you or. h.r.by and 4 Director Stork Zoning hope for help, hope for the future. That's a present worth living for andsharing
h.r.with given' notice In accordancewith & Planning with others If you've never personally accepted the message of
Florida Statute that the Board of Itehg 12/15 there's time like the After
hope from the Christ of Christmas; no present.
of Storke, Florida
City Commissioners Control 0922
all'Jesus is the reason for,the season.
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I it k.) tcl. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an oc- PARCEL II:, Northeast quarter of JOY FOOD STORES, .INC., RICK' en hourly lease for potable water ,:I, ", ',
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SCURLOCK hat made for and ';
j \; j lion to foreclose a mortgage on the Southwest Quarter of Section, 20 application sanitary .sewer roadway drainage1 \
't1f::; .:.., ": '," following In County SPECIAL EXCEPTION No. 1 ,In Zoning Improvements as denoted In; the Pro'I, I "
property Bradford Township 7 South Rang 22 East
..*-- .. _.... J.:;Ii ,Florida.to-wit: LESS AND EXCEPT: All existing roods ''Classification ,B2. for Gasoline tell- pool and Agreement Specifications; ? t j
Section 25, Township 5 South Rang and rights of ways.Sold lands containing serve pumps and ,Island In connection This agreement. will be financed by' ; ,, ; Y 'f:)
PUBLIC AUCTION Dated this 28lh day: of November, 22 East located the with Convenience utility bond funds, and "
; In South V4 of the SE 66.32 acres, more or less, are located In Store to the STARKE gas tax revenues
NOTICE I* hereby given that on Mon 1988., 1/4 of the SW 1/4 and described at Bradford County Florida BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT on property City general funds administered by the ",' ,1,
day. December 19. 1988, at 10:00: clock GILBERT$. BROWN :follow. of public sale, to the highest and best located and described below: City of Stork. Florida. 1)1),
A.M., the undersigned. OATOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Commence at the point where the bidder for cash at the main entrance of ot Southwest corner of 'S.R. 100 No proposal may be withdrawn for a ( :\'(f'l'
( FREIGHTWAYS, INC., will sell at public: Control 0910 ,North ROW line of a county graded road the Bradford 'County Courthouse In (Madison Street) and US.)01:) (S. Temple period of thirty ((30)) days after! the bid I'i'. I';: ,{: (\

auction Jacksonville: .for cash of 2600 Lloyd Rd., 41cf1gI2/1.22 (which run along the South edge of theSE Stark,, Bradford ,County Florida, 'at Ave}, 209 S. Temple Ave? ,on Parcel opening date : i J'. "N'Sp.clflcotlona +
Fla., I/.. of SW 1/4)) Intertectt the Wetterly 1100 30th of, and Contract ." 1
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Tubs '" ; on ; day 03173-0-01000 Sec. 28, Twn, 6 5.. Rnge ;
One let of Both consigned. to J.M. ROW of SR 225; run thence" West. along December 1988. .22E, Documents may be examined ol the office '.'y;::
N..... Delton, Fl. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH ROW of the where Hammock A Ruckman
graded rood to point WITNESS my hand and official seal of The of Besienr :
to satisfy freight and storage charges, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN.AND FOR BRADFORD I It Intertecrt the east line of SE 1/4 of SW said court this*29th day of November, Starke Board 'of Adjuitmerlt' will Inc.. 1900 Corporate Square Boulevard' ,
under the'provisions of Section 4b( ) of COUNTY. 1/4 for POINT' OF BEGINNING. From 1988. conduct a public hearing 0'1 Thursday, Jacksonville Florida 322161) ((904)) ., f'
Uniform standard Bill of lading. CASE: NO 88-665-CA POB .December;J9, 1988 in the Council Roomof Florida. ::1'
continue! West along ROW 80 feet: GILBERT S, BROWN 721-2991 or ot City Hall, Starke, 'I
Gator FrlghnVoys, Inc.Carrier. IN RE: The Marriage run thence North, parallel to Edit line of. Clerk of Court Starke City Hall ot 730: p.m., Stork., Copies of th. Contract Documents ,"
HERSHELL BLAINE DYAL, SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 250 feet; run thence Control 0914 Florida after having been reviewed by may be obtained from the Office of Ben .' <,I
02.067799 Husband East, parallel to ROW. 80 feet: run, t 21chg 12/B.15, the Starke\ Zoning Board sent Hammock S Ruckman, Inc. "\'
ConlrolO9\8 va thence South to ROW 250 !feet to POB. ---. ------ At this time, all persons will be heard Charges for specifications will be $5.00 ,i'.
Jtchg 12/8-15 TAMERA D. DYAL hoi been filed against you and you are' concerning this application as specified for each set. These charges are not ,
Wife. required to serve a copy of your written NOTICEOF In the Zoning Codes of the City of Starkel: refundable '", 'i
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF ACTION defenses. If any to It, on the Plaintiff's SHERIFFS SALE Zoning. Administrator The City of Stark. reserves th. right to' .'
Th. Bradford County School Board TO: HERSHELL BLAINE DYAL attorney, whose name and address Is: NOTICE Is hereby given that I, Dolph Starke Bd.of"Adj. reject any or all Bids, waive Intor- ...\ .' ', S "1 'I 1
Starke, Florida will hold a Public Hearing RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. Harry M. Hobbs; Esquire r. Reddish as sheriff of Bradford County (' > l chg 121Conlrol ? malitles any Bid make awards In port' 1. ",'', I' 'l;,
on the Proposed Amendment to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Harry M. Hobbs, F P.A. Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of 0924 or whole with. or without cause, and 10'1.+ '(. I,':
Board Rule 6GX45.06 PUPIL PROGRES- fordlsoslutlon of marriage has bn 72J East Kennedy Blvd ,Execution to-wit: .... :make the award In the best. interest. of >, ,''. ',. ',"'
SION PLAN on December 19/ 1988, at filed against you and you are required to Tampa. Florida 33602 Execution Issued out of County Court the City of Slorke, l pp '' ..,
7.00 P.M.. In the School Board Room of serve a copy of your written defenses If and file the original with the Clerk of the of Alachua County, Florida pursuant to .December. 6, 1988 .':- ,;
the District Administrative Off ic.s. 582 any, to it. on'I th* Pt1tlonr/Wlf's attorney above styled Court on or before January a Final Judgment for Barnett Bank of THE CITY OF STARKE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA (. I. ,''
N. Temple Avenue, Stark, Florida. whose name and'address Is.: 2, 1989; otherwise a judgement may be Alochuo County. N.A:, of Gainesville CONSTRUCTION LEASE AGREEMENT Nell Tucker Clerk : .
Copies of this proposed Amendment JOHNNYR.HOBBS. JR. entered against you for the relief Florida, and against Johnny Flowers and SECTION A Control 0921 '- ''. "', '
,may be obtained ot the Superintendent's Johnny R. Hobbs,? P.A. 'demanded in the Complaint or Petition. Ernestine Flowers defendant In the INVITATION FOR BIDS Itchg '12/15. I'
offices, between 8:00: A.M. and 4:30: P. O. Drawer 938 WITNESS my hand and the seal' of sold amount of $4,255.74 together with costs The City of Starke. Florida, will ----'. ,"' ., ,' ,.,' ''.
'P.M., Monday through Friday. Starke, Fla. 92091 Court on December 1 1. 1988. of collection. receive Bids for "Construction Equip- 1\-1. ,.
This published notice Is In compliancewith 1 and file the original with the, Clerk of the HON. GILBERT S. BROWN' Have seiied and have In my possession ment odd Labor Lease Agreement" until I"r'The "

the Florida Statutes, Chapt.r above-style Court on or before January CLERK CIRCUIT COURT the following ,described personal *2:00: pjhi. local time on< the 9th day of only American author'to win r I..t;
120.54 as enacted by the 1974 Florida. 2, 1988; otherwise a judgment may be Control 0915 property to-wit: January 1989, at City Half 209 North'' the Pulitzer Prize four times was'poet j
entered for th. relief 1982 Ford Pickup MOO. VIN 'I' ,
Legislature. against you 41chgI2/8'29 Thompson Street, Starke, Florida.32091 j Robert Frost.
Jim Duncan, Superintendent demanded In the Petition. 1FTCF10F7C NA 66218, Tog 670 ERN. at which time all Bids will be publicly
Bradford County SchoolsControl WITNESS my hand and the seal of said IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA. As the property of the above named opened and read aloud. "
0917 Court, on this 29th day of November, EIGHTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT!, IN AND FOR defendant and that on Monday"the 9th :The agreement will consist of supply- "j
'2tchg 12/8.15 1988 .of January |1989, at two o'clock on said '
GILBERT S. BROWN'', CLERK BRADFORD.COUNTY' FLORIDA. ,day on, the premitss of the Bradford
IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH Control 0912 'LAND Case No.87-589-CA County Jail I will offer for sale and yell ',!I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD. 4tchg 12/1-22 FEDERAL BANK OF COLUMBIA' to the highest bidder for cash In hand.. <1\\ :
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Plaintiff. the obov. described property of said, duet SKcng, :and ,<5avtoteVow "
CASE NO.B8-405-CA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH VI defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex ( .i
ROYCE R. JOYNER 'and his wife,
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ASSOCIATION a ?' f.: Reddish, Sheriff ( ." '
corporation Dolph : .
Plaintiff' CAROLYN t. JOYNER;, Bradford County, Florida \ ComBl.d.'U( c1tc.O'tB! dir "' '"' '
va'' COUNTY 'LACASIBU PROPERTIES. INC,, a Florida Control 0920', : ;, :,:;, ;.1, .,i" ': :'
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KENNETH L. TETSTONE. etc., *t '4tchg 12/15-1/5 '
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Case No. 88.609.CA Join Worship This : ''
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA acting ,. Christmas Season ,. 'I ;. .,'1
a Delaware Business Trust 'i"" ,
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Plaintiff. Christmas Eve !
lo on order or a summary final judgment ; ,
of foreclosure entered In the abovewptlon.d vs HILLANDALE FARMS OF FLORID INC,, STARKE 'Early Carols 10:30: PM
action I will sell the property CLARA a single E.woman LEE; and a Florida corporations, CHURCH OF GOD 'J i Holy Eucharist,' 11:00: PM f

described OF SALE, 1ST. ST. CLAIR 964-5445 '
as; Christmas
lot Thr_' ((3)) of Block I In WHITE BRADFORD, COUNTY. Notice Is hereby given that, pursuantto John Spratlin. Pastor'' Day: 1
Plat Defendants.NOTICE Summary'Final ''Judgment ,of Holy Eucharist,:-10:30:: AM '. :;
ACRES SUBDIVISION a* in OF SUIT ,, We Invite you to worship wllh us, ,
Foreclosure herein I
Book 2, 73 of the public records of .
page TO: CLARA E. LEE if olive or dead her 'Attended Nursery
the situated In Bradford County
Bradford County Florida 'unknown heirs, devisees property St. Mark's Church'f;'
sole the and bestbidder spouse ; Florida, described as follows;, Sunday School 'Vv lOnnn, Episcopal
to highest
at public grantees, creditors and all other partiesclaiming PARCEL Ir Southwest Quarter 0/* Nor, Morning Worship ,nY.V,, 11am
for Cash at the front door of the under Evening Service -.,,.J.41' 212 North Church Street, ;.
by through or againsthr. thwest.. Quarter lying east of Stale Road > 6pmWpdnrsday .
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Bradford County Courthouse; In Youth ...'.i73Onm: StarkejjfSiSSOTS /
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Florida, at 11:00: a.m.; on December 22?, ft
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\:'. 1988 Tornado Wrestlers.., : :

The Tornado Grapplers have moved Into a 3-1 t !season rt'cord.loslng only

;;;. to Lake Weir, last year's district champions. .The team Is coached by
," Bret Purdy, In his second year at BUS as wresttling coach.
. :', Pictured In back\ row (1 to r) are Philip' Crawford. Bill Hamilton, uqu,1jIwiT
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i;': Rolland Shafer, Ed Douglas and Travis Wynn ,
r Middle'row (t.to't l ) Robert Pollard, Manager Jason Howard Ben
: Uankrrson Ray Trimble, Jason San ford, Joel Jacobsen, Gary Brewer
; ,John O. Williams, Joe! Llzenbee Ed Selgmund. Jeremy Trlmbl,'BraCi
Hamilton and Coach Bret Purdy.
Front row (Ito I r)) Andy Waldron, Bryan Arthur. Josh Crawford: Hobble

.Padgett and James Feeples. ; }
' Others on the team but not pictured are Kenneth Clark James
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I Douglas Jeff Carver Brian Jenkins Alphon.so Jones Brian I.lniy, Derrick j-: .
I : Long, Clint' Heed Jim Slater, Kevin Snow, Jason Spencer Tim M I .
Taylor Kenny Tyson Handy,Waldron Charles Wallace Chad Welch and
r' Andre Williams., '


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CEN TEL Lake., Weir ;Hands Tornado Wrestlers First, :Loss

.. your l local 'representative' ,, Lake Weir, 'defending, : ,district ''determined' Tornado. 'squad.'Losing'' above; here, we want 'to be," he1' 169.-eel Hamilton M.o4 Crg Schworti, 11.'.
and "" Hw'-.'ollond Shot? t ch. pin*v.r Trovl., 10_......;:
Tnlfium/ E1 tcgiMna. mdcnurk Trillium Trfepruw Smem ftnlHtr. n.tridrnurk of Trdbum, 'championscame to the 'Tornado two close matches 4-6 and 4.8, said.' :?ue,,- "
lekphone S,5lm...OIW7( Tnlhum TrlrphoiM byileim gym .Tuesday, Dee 13, .and went first stringer Ray Trimble unable to Purdy expects to have his team's '
home with a hard fought win over a compete the Tornadoes. couldn't;, weights down after the holidays,and Bradford 39, Eastside 31
pull out the win. '. should be a stronger contender for Bradford collected its third win of I
.. _:-..... '. r.1111}A6 C2 ,41'l 5,.4111}. v. --A4'd .-- ;-_ ..,. ,. 4[!1w4!r.Aa.et} _u.J y4aar...4.r. The Tornadoes are now sporting a the remainder of the seson. the season when "Gainesville

1 .LQ7r..dq. '::1-1 season record Lake Weir being A return match with Lake Weir Is Eastside visited the Tornado. gym
the only defeat so far."They're .! schedule ,last Friday; Deci 9. ,
not the regular season
as strong, "not, on little tired and
cif "The
but at the district tournament in' late boys were
Stronger, than last year, says chance meeting of the overconfident, they lost a couple
February, a
coach Bret Purdy. "We are the only 'matches that could have gone either
team that has 'stayed with them, so. two teams is,highly possible. way" said coach Purdy. "which

IS' SECOND ONLY TO far this year.": .r....."' 19. L.k. Wrtr 4*. could have given us a more Impressive
o II I 'I. Lake' Weir'" defeated 'Ocala I0 -Jo.h CMnvlonl pUtrwd Mid' Stow, 1:39. win' ,
Vanguard 78-0 and rolled over 4-A )U_.rlan' Arthur kill to Chrtt tolmodg., .-.. The Bradford team had wrestled
earlier this 11 -Moll fffflmt' plnn' .t by ,.,.lack, Ii23.IM .
Buchholz 59-24 year..Inlast -..n ...............loll M TIM Illlfll, 413O -*. Jacksonville Episcopal the previous .\\,
4. year's 'district tournament -,-John WIlli.' ..iM...... John Smith. ,.J.13S night to an easy 50-25 win scoring
Bradford came in only 13 'points -Jo.f Jacob_ plnrad by ...,.. Hor_. :3:10. their second win with no losses for
/I "Our'' boys never gave up they 145-iddl. it llwibM. munrf plnrwd plnMd Aanwt by TTofty H.cer UrwrMr..-06 3 31.154David ,Arch-rivaLlltEastaide .the'YAlmaMater ,

,7NA GIVE rMf Glfl Prkcs 6cgin Thurs., fought hard"! said Purdy: *'We are 16O-Trovl.*Wynn plnnd by David' Sctiwartf-td?. of Coach Purdi'\s1s4oaohedby4Bradford "
lli j 5+ st /_ OHEAT rrrw..wrr..rrru..r GIFT K>E ASI .Rl.rr TT NfVfR REI URNEO Dec.l5th.'Thru: '. till wrestling one .or two'classes ,>\7I"-M Douglo. 1',..... by Tom SauM. 1 U,? Alumnus Danny ''Nugent,,
t I t L1111.11 0,1111 n.r r... r .nd.r which adds to the rivalry.The .
4SV iV atL511. L\'L 'tlw 1+ 1' 'ff Wed. Dec. 21st.
,b1 ,s.enrse Dk LcliwN r._ .711 7.9911; teams will meet again for a
ewAsrtt ltfate return match February 3,,, at
v] ; rSmirmifr Silverw.'l'.6w.a.. S.49JJ ( Y/ 7r Eastside. '

1.1 \ J. -'DevKl+hirew .ewe 8.9911 Me tder s I '782-3266 I
It ...a .... jack Dunki+wi1'NUMUa. _7HM.I8.9SJ "" M qe"ph. 5# ,(1 r rc .......... 39. IMttd- II. '
a. Ar N rN Anytime 104-.'Joih Crawford loll to WIlson 7.'. ,
I Irnllr++y V ti./.P.ro.nAC/ [s21.9w I aq- /J .1IJ- >rlon Artthur pinned. Dovl. t 31, ,
M' Crown R1.yulwtiiiw'Atxwla., ?7wYt.29.95 C" Kutr. T20-.obbl.Pado.1 pinrt.d by T. Moon hi?.' ,
.r .1J6-IM Honli.r_d.f.ot.d Tr Moor.30-13.
Jimmy R. Williams 130-John Wlllloml plniMd (...._ Ult '
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13 -Jo l JocobMfi lo n to Wllllom. 11.19..
l.0-(rod Homllton. won by lort.lt./
All Types Roof Repair'No '
.tpds..6s s ras I4S-id lI..nd k.e lo K. Davit. 614.
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U" : IS}-Hoy Irlmbl.M Racial ,,....p.P. NAVar..a_, HUY. .750..6.,983.. clntlUl.1lIl..ool LANCERS Job too big or too email: lAo+-Jo Llinb.. ,....... Jbhnton I:1S.
a4tt Ax F, I CAliFORNIA CNAMPAGNf .nat.r.i1NM wllap, 15 ,Y.ar. ExptrlincaAll 171-Id Oouojoi Mck. pin by T. Davll 17-3.
AmarrtUr.rtAla7solaL. .94t07 w .elubll IBV-lrod Homlltofl plnn' .d M. Sfokn f 134.:
M : 8.99I07M.7MkvlU.99iMoa .[IITRAIattY' 750... 61, 1.1 lnEll 3 0-Holland 3hatar plnrwd I. 'ok..0 46.
1'iHiifiirt Liy1K'IIP. .UTEI .
r 'MH"mrll. .Pena .wN1Tp, 588a .Hwt-Gary .rawar plnnod) by llnimayor 37.
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'a'0..32.05 .
Ill, The Tornadoes have one' 'more
Ilaik-y' Irish ('r ..m.. ,7M!ML 1 1!,99i43> M
:.I .......... """"" match going into the' Christmas
.II lhkuyperatNnArva.. '..tCiII' 79 linn 1 2.t9tass TAYLORCafiforma ,91Ir. Ii IIr./, holidays, with Macclenny visitingthe

t'owrviMsK-r; ; V,,ti. ('.IIIII..tft/ ,7M MI M.99i7iu V C-.".....nIlAVAUI'' 'I; ,('sad: Starke gym Thursday, (today)
F'renth .... Dec.. 15. The first match after the
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/, ... ... ...... x111w .A'.23.50 AM 399S ; home, when Gainesville High comes'
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'hal Gurdlm''iin.: :i ,.,;', ,.AITIR.7.99, ssw 750 ML ..:: b.Lt1'" ISM The season record,' going into the''

"; ItreteateriwV'ruNilu ;ln.. ... 7M,M. y.9S tie l6 149'' CELIA SSK':*,' 2" 'Ta'nksHighway121 match tonight is 3-11 Lake Weir being

1 } FlrHchmannb (,.on., ...\70 limit.99 r....! the only loss to date.,
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1 11 McCormick a. "paoo.Vodka t.n U'II 9.99 II SO ; L7 ;>Sth4isliunr'W,1lW"' ,.,..*... 7MM.' H.49;; will be enforcing Florida's tough
: <; 1T1Ai'2.99 t ;i'-; : : :::,in 11-10.997.;; new'litter law. The law has been'

,'Vhf -.l rnofro.aoorvixfka.Tas.-\. n. SO. Ix r UeWJWPKC (.hump,.,.".,...(._. 111 alJ.1 Sj',- Dirt'' '18 yds..-'SeO/LoadTop' Soil strengthened to make illegal dumping .>
,, llvrraduru .5;,Tfuilii7SOMi. 9.99niM '
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4 .r the new law could mean jail terms of
',: ; .tlllll 6.99 1300 ,1 up to five years, a $5,000 fine each or
: 'I"r'D. .UIIH 7,99 MM 'I u't I)' .Backhoe Work both. Wildlife officers arrested the
t& Replacing
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.1BiI1.7Hm.U.99! 77 M r' .. Drainfield- illegally dumping 117 tires in a wood-
Q a ed area In Boca'.Raton. The area,
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owned Florida Atlantic University
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M'', fSsZSiZSZSRg3Ss M SSit2S dS .1 ; dumpers according to wildlife of.
'1" .... I Also Available ficers. ,
(011..111\11,1. ,1 Ff dUTII 4.9f! 100 ," "This 'case is a classic example,"
7 (' .. ', 8fi91uas: din '' Col. law enforce-
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AK Kk-iid ./7aLttai 'f.49 71" L ment director for the commission
M '''r says. "Once, the dump site was a
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t nice, wooded area with a pond where
lr. = Crown Kii>iil Cmuuliun, ,15<<" 't2.99iMM -. BUSCH V people fished. Today, it Is an eyesore ,

M ('um.di..n ('luh......,... ,.. .. t.75 urI17.991e7w _- ? N.1IUId14Ml' '...*, altOT Z=' 1 a. and a breeding ground for rats all
fr _WW..,., WWW >f3 WWW A4 LOOSE 719M aItGtllA.a t= st -- N because of illegal dumplng"Effective "

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Ir Clan MacCrcgor; .sell 7.39; ::: 1.: 'I'' 'The new Florida Utter law allows'

Johnnie Walker Krd ,750MlIII.15'3'' "", 'V- 'A LOWENBRAU 90D GaL Tank 375,:'Sc#Ft.: law enforcement officers to charge A'',
M ova' UtHTtMM ; person ;with. a first degree misdemeanor -
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:! Q'\' BHS. Girls. Off. to Best Start I

the Bradford High girl's basket 12. ::Santa Fe won the first period --/...Mljli 10 4 .4 4' 14.f :
ball team,6-1 to date, Is off to its best 10-9, but BHS got its fast break going ../M.....HIfIo ... t If a !14 <. f
tom f H''. ttW' 0-l/l-lt.\, ,
start in year, says Coach, John'' to lead 28-14 at the half, and went on 1,01JkM.Oulr ...t".-.. Ctwrf I/-'/<->,. ",
Slater.: from there Coach Slater used all of ew_"3,1.1,2,,. ,.. rid 1 11.H' ..,/......
BHS came from behind, scoring his 10 players .......... '....M.nk WlII'' ..4,1.114*3 II 10,1.5
four baskets In I .-".-,., I"'IfhttIO.. D.""".i> I .'/1-1.
1 the final minute to who This year there are nine BHS girls AJI....4.t.l..., A..,Wllll.m I B-l/l-l..,....
edge 65-63 by Gainesville Eaststde can play basketball Coach n..I1.. ,
Monday night Dec. 12, BHS used Its Slater can substitute without losing
fast break.to win easily over Santa ability The BHS girls Junior varsity remains (-
w Fe High 4824. ,. winless to date. r
1..14.41,4 ''
t M 4 4* IT u'l
BUS also leads the district at this .,...... 1..I.K., HI,.. '.,!?.Hill'0-J/UI.','...So"..., Regina Padgett scored
point, with a 5.1 district record. 19 points for'l
1"/1. 1, ,.....,.
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1 Eastside had ,..... 4.42/41 .BHS, Deana Holiday 8 and Shore ,, '
, 4 two big tall girls who K Mo O.tmUfc I.H, r H.,lu >J ..1SU.. :
a got the basketball inside It was the .>. third period, before BHS was able to aIM I.M/J-11. II ull.t, ....4. O.Khtnnm, *- .-.. I. BUS lost 68-13 to Eastside. DwinaHQliday '
cut off the passes Inside to the two A.&.I."I1.tlntnwni..MAur.Wllllvriuc 0ai... ,,Tot',Ui scored: 6 'points for BHS
tall Eastside girls who made easy Brandy RIMS 4, .
baskets close in. Finally, BHS forced { ,I

'the passes'' outside, says Coach .. .
c'' Slater, and began to catch up,
BUS led 24-20 after the first period, 1
", :\ 1, ., I 32.29 at the half. BHS won the third Built Tough ;
i', period 1917. :
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:" ; In the fourth period, Eastside got '
J t Award-Winning Tornado Football ahead by three with a minute to go, !
" : Players.., and BHS l scored .its four baskets in Priced
:;; These 14 Player received special awards the quick succession.BHS '
at Whitehead, Easy
;' Football Banquet for the .Rodney Mosley, John Berry Greg .PHt- "
19118 '
;' night Dec, 8, last Thursday 'man Kirby Joe Hildebran. simply outmanned a shorter
" '' Second '' and slower Santa Fe High on the'
: rows ,Jr. Ocevedo, Shawn Ilgg, Kill
players are (l-r)
': '1' First row:. Kevin Crawford: Hamilton,, Jimmy Long, Dane Clark, James Slater BHS home court Monday night, Dec
.' .. I ,I' ,. Brian Kendrick Terry Chris Durban.
t I

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I"" Dane Clark, the Sam linebacker or 1 .

Thewards,.., defensive end on the weak side, was '

,''" .I, Awards' are presented to the top recipient of' the Ronnie Allen' !' Simply' Put. ... . b
players chosen by Tornado coaches Scholarship Award, which goes to :. $17999.
." ';y" each year Theawards. went this' the player best representing the -
year: to: school and community.Five .
; : Greg Pittman, best offensive special player awards were THE OFFICE SHOP
';i:,kl/ 4 V,1\V,1h"\\ back. Pittman did a tremendous job presented to wide receiver Shawn QII l'k-Mart ignition Auto chain oiling ",, 14"+ bar Ught weight

:rlgv: ,.; '(:, .. for four years. Being able to tell Diggs, Kevin Crawford John Berry -
,?;//t., 1t I "\\" teammates what to do on certain and James Slater, and to defensive Offers

,(f.JJ- rl);),':::,,', plays proved invaluable,'said Coach tackle Jr. pcevedo for his hustle. Poulcm
" ';' 'k''" Hurse. PROThe

\' \" fr':; Rodney Mosley, best defensive Chances for 1989...
1 l back. Mosley played rover back and With '15 lettermen returning .the'
was one of' the team's leading 1989 edition of the Fighting Tornadoes 25'OFF"

tacklers. '"...could be a real fine foot- / professional best for serious woodcutters,.
Chris Durban, the coaches award ball if
you want it bad ,NOW AT THESE DEALERS
Durban who ,had an injured neck, enough said Coach Hurse
played with pain: Qurban said his "The potential to be a state championship -: .STARK, KEYSTONE' HGTS,
neck hurt when he wasn't Playing team is there," Coach Ali Gifts Cards. 'Florida'Peat'Control Starke Power Equip. BoVo Lawnmower &
football so he might as well play. So"
the returned to the team and was an, enough to win the state only, if you ,' 0645745 964-8568 twy. 21 I North-
outstanding offensive guard.:, get on' the weights and'run,'" the ; ,,4 7 -0233I
. ,'iTerry Whitehead best offensive veteran mentor added.
.lineman. Whitehead was described, >Coach Hurse has said for !several ,AI, pinklpailng. drain. hr .nnn. .uun* i* ...en call 4411) Wi" ;.I VIA "" ,Ilpn''
by the coaches as one of the best years the 1988 Tornado team would ,. ....... I Th 9I.J. ...".."..'>.".."..""Ixke'I", "<" IKIa- Tltiun loA. X1791: We nvimmcl xlrqiiair' punk 11

centers in the north Florida area. be good, and the. 1989 team should be- ,,+<< l.
Brian Kendrick best grade point better. ,-'" .
average. Kendrick, 'an offensive BHS.was undefeated in'the" 1985
guard, could play either side, rightor regular season, won the region and ,Winning' Tennis Instruction
left, Coach Hurse pointed out. sectional games, before losing to 110W. CALL STREET,. STARKE 964-5764 '
Kendrick compiled a 3.3 grade point Bartow down; there ire the state $10 per hour OR' learn with' a friend for $5 each. I

average.GPA. Chris Durban. has a .3.2 record.championship. game,for.a final 12-1 1984 HaHrnvh, C.
Coach Mike Sexton, the defensive1' In 1988 BHS was 2-8, in 1987 it was 'Current students include KHHS'' team members.. .
coordinator presented the awards ,5-5 and in this season it was !9-1. t
for the defensive front seven. The
1988 Tornado defense had a very'
loose attitude i said Coach,Sexton*
The only time the defense got
serious was Friday night, forThe'1988 .. a
_-bsflgafife:'SeittortlsaId.etd ,J
defense allowed!' only 22'
points but scored 23 points, "...so we \
i made, up for it," Coach Sexton said.
Turning point of the 1988 season HOLIDAY "
was a change in the huddle break, I '
Coach Sexton Braid, The
started defense
( saying :
broke huddle .
1 Four defensive linemen were each at
selected three times as outstanding
defensive lineman of the week.They
I ''I, : are DT Keith Jenkins, .DE Chris
.' Dinkins, LB Bill Hamilton, and DE
Jimmy Long, Each retired the '

award.It was. impossible for Coach Sex- Motors
ton to narrow the outstanding defen-, Terwillegar

sive lineman of the year down to one ,.
player, so he named two players,: =
strong'' side defensive'' end Jimmy 964-720O 473-FORD w
'Long and inside linebacker Bill 'i:. '388FORD-
Hamilton.A ,Starke 371-1O96 Keystone'Hgts
special award for dedication to Jacksonville

'Hildebran.the football, team went to Kirby. .Joe '209 W, Maf115on. Gainesville .:State'Road 21, .2

I 1988 Thunderbirds, 1988 1/2' Escort LX

BHS is 32Tornado 2 toChoose

..:.., 21 to Choose From, L.A
basketballers split two:! w.
-- Auto. Alr AM & FM ,,- _
non-district games in""Kissimmee'this --= ..:=:: '
.Stereo Cassette ,Air; Stereo; Loaded _
past weekend,' losing 91-62 to e j _1 -
Kissimmiee High and beating'' t' J. .
Gateway High 6853. US'1'.PRICE$16,264\ ... j "'"
To date BHS is 32. NOW 13,220YOUSAVE$3O44 1 14..u.: ,.I. .. *** NOW 7.695',
The regular season opens tomor. .i
row night (Friday, Dec. 16) against, \." .
'Baker High in Macclenny. Tip-off : $1,487
time for the JV game is 6:15: p.m.,,
,the varsity 8 p.m. It is a district contest -
Kissimmee led BHS all the way"

Friday night Dec.10, jumping out to
a 28-13 first period advantage. 1988 'Ranger "S" "Pick-Up'" Bronco .
Kissimmee built the lead steadily, ;1988 ,H 4x2,
winning the second period 26-15, the .
third Two Kissimmee =
25-21. players
scored In double figures: Paul Shipe, I.15f. Air
1 Auto Cassette;
with 20, Justin Thompson :with .19

points.Stacy. _
Jenkins led Bradford High
''with 15 points and John Berry added Only 1 ,
'10., r 'LIST PRICE $15,173):'

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'Dec.BUS 10 played,leading better all the Saturday way in night going, 1988 Tempo GL Dear Santa. all I want

68-53 by Gateway High In the second as'4D
game of the weekend in Kissimmee. oor' .. ..
,--.....-;.. ,- ,
led with
Eugene Blye BHS Is.'points Alr'Cond., Cassette, "
,Martin Lane scored 15. Rock ,
Speed/Tilt One the
'iGroupe and Luis Olive each scored of Great Previously Owned .

18 points for Gateway. Vehicles Now On Sale rz*
BHS led 17-15 after the first period. Terwillegar Motors ( S-J
The Tor'lndb five won the second LIST PRICE' $1O,456
I period 14-10 for a 31.25 halftime lead. ** NOW 8.779"--"
BUS won the third period 15-11, the _
fourth 22-17.
t,**.* 17 M'i> u M YOU SAVE $1,677
C.ww vHI,.l. .!> I* IIlW 17 42
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p Right Up ,and Make Your Bids ,

In the Farmer's .j\farkctPccan, AuctionBy .J

Mark Frledlln of the Summer,then when the rains ?
BCT Staff Writer came It knocked the nuts out of the'
Near drought conditions here and trees a little earlier than usual this ''I
throughout the Southeast through Fall,' Taylor reported, The nuts ill
( much of the summer months have never Rot quite enough,moisture In :.
stunted the pecan crop and forced
prices lower this than Pecan... t
a year last according See. Pap 48 ,
,.r y IIwc to,,growers and a local ex:
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I3rndfnrd County Extension Agent ",

Bobby Taylor said there were two
major culprits this year which for S 5'S ,d
area growers are hard to defeat. S )
c to I 1 Ya "It I was so dry through the first part

Make ur Bids...
Auctioneer Bob Allen (tenter left
with arm outstretched)barters

between two competing buyers as lie
tries to get the best price for the
3aI 1' } growers during the snual Bradford
Pecan Auction.Interest. __



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1989 Fleets de
; Pick-Up Fleetside Body Real Axle. 2.5 LTR, Buyer Nick Polar of Okechobee'',
5 Speed. Man. Trans woverdrive'Power' Steering" : 'said. he taste tests"more than one"
'nut from bale of he
S\VB Solid PaintCustom; Vinvl Bench, every pecans
i purchases but said demand at his
V'Ut.. IGC. 8514 M K7f-.).lJt M'' VEHICLE.INVOICE IA005786883. ." restur&nt Is still for the
H.1 H.11.I. Y Y.F.f1V.1.1f, .If.INUIY.H, H..L..HN NNL.UOEi strong j
6 FACrOA1lJrrtuw., font
eSIQ60JFlEElstllf ,r4 1'111011' '14111.00 G97J.24 'J/NotCE'IO/IS/s8
s] CJ8 1000 lR. 'rAYIIII\III.rM.IlIf! E 1I/e IIIC' PRICED 10/17/88
eGO AlA COtlultlulllla;+tliUUl '711j'OU; '825:60: SHIPPED to/lS/se
EG3 rHEJSlIlE{ nutH II/I: ,II/C''ftP "' ''10/29/se favorite\
q'k> I. ,, (114 AFAR!! AxLE,'- 3"J" 'II.\IIIf /lfe IIle INf COM to-l29/8J!
l"S 2.!:. UHR'l4 FrL. !. IV /II/C" IlIe. KEYS 03S2 15C5 ,
: Q ? GAS'EtI'lIIE J, WFP-C"' OPTMMS -1r Si Si.t ,
i S"SPU MMI InAlli'W/I1V1/fllntVE ,,31, 1"/1"' tlfO" QUARTERLY
lI'il rUWER STEER\\II') /all' I'FSI'ItU 'NrL'C IIle ,POI. HRS'1,6! ,
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Liquidations Pecan buyer George Stapleton
1 looks over a row of nuts baled Into
*l Tb1sSa1eGoodtbruDeCem 31.1988 ,with purchase of: 50 pound lots.Stapleton said be Is

buying(the same amount as ever but
1986 MODEL XvEvT 'BRASS HAT .FACTORY ,new vehicle '
', any checking: carefully for effects: of the'
drought; which stunted some crops.
': through Dec. ,,24

*,Except -Pickups
Olds, Chevrolets and '.Pick-Ups' Below' Dealer Cost., Run-off' Effects

88 Chev CP 9999.00 87 Suzuki 6999.00 r .Are,Focus Of.
CP ,, 87 Jeep' CP 6999.00 86 Ford CP 85 Chev CP

Beretta 44* ', 10999.00 d/C.'" '
Wrgl "F150 ( Study
Auto 199.00 '" ..i(' :
199.OO 199.OO
4x4* Lariat 199.00 '
%; Down 5 speed,AC. ,Down Convertible. Down Down ''" ,t+lmmile Two USDA agencies, the Soil Con-
''TW. 8900 miles < 5 Speed 4gAT,4AC 'O I servation Service and the Extension
$ Service are joining forces to work
Mo'219.00 loaded,33.OOO with farmers and ranchers to improve
199.OO 154.OO
'Mo 156
279.00 00
MO Mo .. miles 'Mo the nation's water quality.

Extension 'Administrator Myron:

,883/4Ton CP 16999.00 87, CP5.98O.OO', 87'Olds CP8999.OO '86 Pont 8.499.0O 85 P* D.Scaling Johnsrud have and'agreed SCS Chief to Wilson jointly

Chev Spt Toyota Calais ,Flero:GT** Wgn,*** "S) develop technical recommendationsfor
( nutrient(fertilizer)and pesticide
Van* '199.00 P/U' 199.OO: ''4 Dr..16K""" 199.00 'Sunroof Ve 199.00 management to reduce surface and
Loaded mJIes. 1W. PL,PW,CC. ground-water pollution.Water pollu-
Down, Down Down ,
0 n
350.AT, ,CC., \ Loaded. .. tion Is caused by many sources.
".'lW miles ; 'AT. 30K miles ;:USDA agencies will continue to work
CL ,AC nX with farmers and ranchers to help
0382.00 129.00, 199.00 224.00 Mo 134.00
MO Mo them minimize adverse effects on
water quality' that might be
associated with agriculture.

87S1O CP 7495.00 87 Chev, CP 8.495.00: 86'Ford CP' 1 86 Chevy CP7.999.oo 83 Chevy CP 5,999.00'PU' 'The Cooperative Extension Ser-
vice has identified
S water quality as a
Cavalier :\) l ciof* Impala** significant national Issue," said
199.00 Wgn 199.00 199.00 '199.00m:27ooo Johnsrud. "We ,look forward to
VB.AC.PS. 4x4v AT.AC.PS.. 4Dr strengthening' our long-term
: : Down AT AC;' own wn ,pa vs.: Down 51; Down, cooperation with the Soil Conservation
miles v <. ps..PB. 28.OOO 5, 1es.like Service In water quality pro-
eJ' miles 5 grams at the''national,,state and
Mo 205.00Mo 187.00 211.OO new'!likeMo 159.00c8 county According levels.to"Joe Reichert' who, is

chairman of the Bradford Soil and
Water Conservation District "This
'agreement will expand the efforts
we are making now with water
quality recommendations in Bradford -
= County. For example we encourage -'
farmer to look closely at
; 10 rn soil and fertilizer application rates
and their effects on ground water.
The District with field assistance
from the Soil Conservation Service.
is available to work directly; wish
'Hwy ,301, North L 8.30-8PM 372-0103'' local farmers and landowners tot
.w- resource and conservation
Starke,, planning
.Sat.9-6PM. Son: 1-5PM OLDSMOBILEOn practices. The SCS and District officeis -'
14.9%-66 Mots. **15.9%-54 MotL -16.5%-48 Months Selected Models located In the Ag Building''

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I Suspect Sought in Weekend Robberies, Everyone is, Talking About

A suspect'has been developed"by Anyone with additional'' information Office or Acting Chief Bill Reno at '
robberies 1 local'<< I"'"authorities which occurred in the four Sunday armed in- U asked to contact the Sheriff's the Starke Police,Department GATOR II ,FARM SUPPLY'Pet

Stir%hite male armed with a .
revolver robbed, four local conve-- Holiday Discounts Free Estimates
niehce stores Dec 11 between 10:05: Supplies
a.m.Bradford and 643 County! p.m.Starke Sheriff's Police Department and Orange fParf..S'tripping r +

have a suspect and are preparing Commercial & Residential Rcflntshlng "'\; From Seeds to Playthings
,a photo lineup which they anticipate Antique & )Furniture j Restoration iif \
this week.will lead to an,arrest later -. Slppplng..Repalr Caning Rcfinlshlng .:. y '; ALL JUST SOUTH OF STARKE

At '10:05: a.m. Sunday the man ON HWY 301
entered the Suwannee Swifty South' Let Us Do The Messy Work! ; .' OPEN 8:30 TIL 6:00: MON.-SAT T
of Starke where he pointed the
revolver at the clerk and told her he1' 994 dJrFoDlvd,
wanted the money from the cash ((904)) 272-0084 964-4809 I
registers The man in his late 20's or t2/R..-/-'-n-sw! Orange Park.FL 32065 _
early, 30(s was wearing a red plaid -
shirt, blue hat (with words I Am The
Boss printed on it), he was tall, thin
buIld with brown hair and a thick
mustache.: He took, the'money.and GREAT HOLIDAY MEALS
clerk.left the store on foot according to the

While Investigator David Aderholtwas
investigating the robbery, the
second store:was being robbed. A
'man with the same WinnDtxzefonv
the money from the LII I Champ at /71w Wll =
US-301 and Center St. 'at approx. '
imately 10:35: a.m. and again fled on
foot, according to Starke Police. '
Later Sunday Pinehurst Groceryon YM b'Kte'vqj Gl & .
SH-100 was robbed,within a few
minutes..Majik, Market at Orangeand
Madison was also robbed.
The suspect1 escaped with a small
amount'Cash from 'each of the ,. CkkiOtJito2s4 f !
'stores but from the last store healed "
,,in a pickup truck.

'Af er Fall From RoofA 16 TO

65-year-old Starke man is home 21 LB. AVG., WHOLESMOKED
.rec 'vering from injuries suffered
when he fell from his roof Dec.6, EVERYDAY
William Owens Of N.Walnut Street
was cleaning the gutters when he fell HAMS
.about eight foot to the ground. He 7
was transported) to BUS''football LOW LOW ,
,field by Rescue where he Was flown ,
by TRAUMA' I to. University
Hospital In 'Jacksonville. He was PRICES
tteated for head and back Injuried,
according to,Paramedics Dan Cud-
dington and Nelson Green. '
Owens was discharged Dec, 11 and ,SAVE YOU
according to his wife he is doing very
well. Mrs. Owens said it is a miracle
.her: husband is alive, he has several MORE ON ,
broken bones and many glitches. but 11 I '.'.
is improving., Itl j1 111 Iz.


Bookmobile Newsthe LIMIT ONE WITH $20.00 LB.

Bradford County Bookmobile, FOOD BILL FOOD ORDER OR MORE ,
is now stopping at Hampton Elementary
School on) Tuesday morning SHANK PORTION Of BUTT PORTION or ,
from The 8 Bookmobile a.m to 10 a.m.will, not be going'' ,YOU'RE GOMG TO SEE THE MFFERBKE. SHANK HALF HAMS L. 99. BUTT HALF HAMS ... $109

,'out on the routes December 26,,28 or -
..'29.: P
t FliP Troopers .- BONELESS HAMS ', "'ta, $199. CANNED HAM .".,. cis'$9'97 ,SMOKED AGE M1' G. O

Vehicle Continue Inspections License, E-Z HAMILTON CARVE LOW SALE $'19it'U. FRYER I 88j4 PALAWTfcCMJMisiPIMENTOtHEESEt: $..78

Bradford County HAMS, e'e t u GIZZARDS 0 ,' oO' u Lay -

The Florida Highway Patrol Will 'SMOKED PORK PORK '
CURE 81 $098
be driver license and
conducting 89c'HORMEL
,vehicle; inspection checkpoints during SHOULDER PICNICS u . oO'. Ll $398 CHinLINGS. ''O'. t s,f s7u
the week of Dec.16 through Dec. SEND A WINN-DIXIE, HOT or MILD'' W-O REGULAR
22 pn SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, '
a 'CR-225 CR-125: CR-229, CR-231, GIFT THAT'S ALWAYS TURKEY HAMS is SAUSAGE Ll OR FRANKS ...'.'. t ,m, .
CK-227.CR-221 CR-230 and CR-100A '
Recognizing the danger presented $228 $249
., ,tQi the public by defective vehicle SEE YOUR WINN-DIXIE CURED HAMS .,. La ,. ., e Ll $158 HAM .>; e,' .... itWD
equipment* Troopers will concen-' LOCATION MANAGER FOR DETAILS. W-O GRADE REDI-BASTED W-D .
trate their efforts on vehicles being REDEEM AT OVER 1,200 STORES'' '''TURKEY 98 BREAKFAST. COOKED
defectS '
operated with ,such as bad $1 $298 $389
brakes, .'.worn tires and defective THROUGHOUT THE SUNBELT. BREAST ',0" 0. La LINK SAUSAGE. .. rNS. HAM 0 .,. .0.. ll'
'lighting equipment. In addition'attention : "
/ will be directed drivers,
who would violate the driver license ThriftU'd EVERpDAYE
laws of Florida.
The Patrol; has found these check nnM81WMa
to be an effective means of enforcing /NONiLN/NO.
the equipment and'driver' S S
license laws of Florida'while insur.
ing the protection of motorists.' S M MPI E !I : I al

Union County,
The Florida Highway Patrol will E iiI E I I E

,be conducting driver license and _
vehicle Inspection checkpoints during
the week of Dec.16 through Dec.
22 on SR-lOOSR-121,SR-231,SR-241,'
'SR-238,"CR-18, CR-237,, CR-229.1 I
CIM25. CH-231A, CR-24A and. CR-, I I
7'SA\ in Union County,




Starke COCA 10X, LIGHT BROWN Of OCEAN SPRAY WHOLE' :-11--------------------------, ,I I

964-7783 'k COLA TH R FTROMA1 0, CRANBERRYSAUCE ;:'' 5.00 OFF'' i I.
.Buy Here .:. Pay Here ,
.We Finance C' ,I SUGAR I ii : rT.. ", ON ANY .. I I
9 5 I It' ''CHRISTMAS.'my' I IBJL
New Paint-Low Mileage ... ... 16-0z. 105' 1&-oz''. i COUPON GOOD DEC. 15-21, 1988 1
BOXES -----------------------------..
$495.Down Coca Cola' .= $169 ,FOR CAN .. ,.
r0i. .-_ O ONLY ,
Special79 EXTRA GOLD ,I. 99C ,59C .,j '
; Dodge Diplomat COORS SAUCE CAN 0
2 Dr.. ,1 Owner. Garage "f. THRIFTY MAID
Kept. Low Mile ::. 9ge 3 $129 COUPONS EACH WEEK!
$495 Dn. c y'i';trtf; ''APPLE.JUICE . n T POTATOES . I GINS' 'EACH FLM M MINUTES.

$557 RODDENBERY ..oi:.mil. ."';'.mnir. .. ,with coupon and'S purchase
,iiPo: .
'76 Pontiac Le Mans $249 u.r. 79C' _....._........, er$4.99napuclwuUPTON
"'One Owner, Must See CANS TEA BAGS''. O' .,.,1 ? CORN SyRUP STL ---......... __v "

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78 Ct1TI6REENTSogg .
4 Dr., Like New ,

'80'Monte$495.Down Carlo' I SIZE ; DRY 0 3 'BEANS$ 29 I: Burmy Bugs $199 :

9.9 1 :
Beautiful Car _2.LTR CA S 1 Volume. 1 I
CrIb rfwlnes,13" BTL. FOR I I' COUPON GOOO ONLY Ar-'.. I
$495 Down L_ __._______-G t _E1,_1NE______ .
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{ Bradford Home Economist Says... ,
Plan a Holiday Meal with Less Calories Good Tastes '
I ..... _u ,
U- retirement CommunityCnmmunfly .. -' '
If you plan ahead parties special included in your party plans a good'' whole-grain bread, lind' fresh fruit Here are some ways to be festive
dinners and holiday meals won't set bet'' for fewer calories Is a wine cup for dessert. with fewer calories;
Community R.tlnmanl Horn
... your diet back. cooler made with sparkling water. With' a little determination you Have a plain rather than a ,,
.AamallfMlrainant community a Su.Era Wthava t In title mail community Get a head start by cutting downon Steer clear of dessert wines and mixed can even endure Christmas dinner prebasted turkey so you can-control ,
else have Su Ers Retlr.mentHomo.
ranufe or roans lot..lear .A McanMd- calories before a big occasion. drinks especially those made without gaining weight. Just the amount of fat used for basting. '
*Indaparnttrt union. IIk -i hom tar tanlofa" that group naadaaaaistanco Then, adapt your diet to the situa with sweetened mixers. remember to eat everything in Try flavoring mashed. sweet
a quM caning wilt ahom.k with auparvltlon.W tion.Be For special dinners many low. moderation and avoid second help- potaotes with orange juice instead of
|| .atmoiphara.AtSuEtt .glv..pononaOod car. wary' of snacks, such as calorie foods are elegant as well as Ings. If you are the cook, you have serving the typical rich sweet potato
i wa otter houtlng 24 hr.auparvtokxi*hot mails peanuts pretzels; and chips, that ,fashionable. For example, start'your extra control over the calories:you'llbe casserole topped with marShmallows -
'ulll laa.maW and laundry' ,f -.laundry.....**day weak, are often served at parties. Either dinner by serving fresh eating, So, use this power wisely. :
lanrioaa will a 24 hi.rraretncy long arm stay Cartfladnurtonlng stay away from the snack tables or vegetables In light vinegar-oil Remember to consider temptations Moisten bread stuffing with
call lyvtwn.Maal .tt,Ural aid.CPU go easy and keep check on how much marinade Feature ,/art, entree before and after the meal as well as .turkey broth rather than butter of '
*optional.: [ 468-2619 trained atari" you eat. At a party in your own delicately seasoned with herbs and during it. For example, don't shop margarine. For extra flavor, try adding
home, try having fruits and Serve bed of too don't tart apples in addition to celery
1 mile South on S.K.325 Hampton.KL. Sue Lott Walker spices. on a wholegrainpilaf. early spend days prepar- ..,
vegetable sticks with low calorie Accompany with a fresh cooked ing the food, and don't devour the and onions -
nutrition dip such as cottage cheeseor vegetable mixed salad greens leftovers before getting them to the 'In place of mincemeat br pecan, .
low fat yogurt dip. If drinks are drizzled with" fresh lemon in I PC .refrie'erator.:, pie try a steamed pudding such..asi
i cranberry or carrot ,
Prepare pumpkin pie'without the .. .
crust. r'
START Top desserts with a whipped hon- !'
WINN-DIXIE. fat-dry milk mixture rather than '
whipped cream or commercial
whipped topping,
Use non-stick pans or a no .llti 'k
: 'cooking spray and cook; without oil,
or butter. ,
: 'tJ Trim visible' fat from meats
'JrI p l Fa t before cooking if possible, \Uieni
",,"r AWlll ,eating away from home.
Drain brwoned ground beef,in a
E OPEN f 10-16 colanders byusing, a baster In suck
TMASfyE t up drippings*or by patting the meat
1 ,LB. AVG. ,dry with a paper towel after most of
-: WE WILL BE the drippings have been removed. .
IM'n'i 1 t CLOSED n 'Reducing the fat in many recipes
N. Di ;i lS xs. f G CHRISTMAS DAT ;1O/ W-D BRAND by one-third cuts calories and still,
gives a,good product This works
REGULAR best In'' gravies, sauces puddings,
? 'and quick breads.
Use low calorie saladdressings "

W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF FRESH PORK BROAD on Substitute salads and in plain recipes., yogurt 'when '
'possible for sour cream.
'Serve quick fruit or spiced breads. I
THURSA/VED./ ,, Buy low fat milk products such as I:
DEC. 15-21, 1988 skim or 2 percent milk, buttemilk or
QUANTITY RIGHTS low fat cottage cheese "
RIB ROAST RESERVED TURKEYS Serve more fruits and vegetables ,;i
WNM 0>HW.TOMM .wtN. for snacks. "
Serve a hot low calorie appetizer
WILL HAVE A ,such as hot tomato juice or a clear
VARIETY OF..., soup'' before the, meal to curb ap

17, LBS I petites.' Try recipes using, low" calorie':

SH TURKEYS .' 'sweeteners in place of those. using
TURKEY BREAST' Submitted by Diann Douglas Extension

PICNICS HAMS TURKEYS HAMS 9 LB.,79 C 59 Home Economist.Comnlerce'Begins. -_, -' ''

,l ',ta KOSHER TURKEYS, Work""on"?88-89' '
; 1. FRESH CAME HENS// 2 Vacation' Guide'r

I LB. LB., The Fla. Dept, bf''Commerce's '
U.S.CHOICE LB Division of Tourism, and Worth In, ""
a ternationat ,Communications' Corporation
have begun work on the '

ROAST. . s '. L" r-2" PORK HAMS . ''La Sib! TURKEYS '." .'. : '. '.. 79cIN1 Governor Secretary of Commerce Bobby Brantley announced, "

today '" .
"This is excellent opportunityfor '
w-D.aaAaLn.ll.ct/Qla,4.yra, FRESH an ',, '
1 SWifTuBU private businesses to participate ?
BUTT f"5i' .. ERBALL.M.QB c in a cooperative effort in this cost ,
BO II E&5&SJJBRJACf PCjq AST '," } to' 'rn TU5,'. ; ; ., ,gee Page l3BfIntroducing )ll

+!'' OYSTERS .-, ... ., \$498 HENS"'H" LS i.rt :j'

The Bradford County Preschool, ','
Le $288 48c Early Intervention Program.
LAMB LEGS *.v..*... i LB. TURKEY WINGS. ". IB HARVEST FRESH Early Intervention Is the first :


W-D CHIPPED 39C $Q57 TURKEY 5 S c { I J(;Irj'J:tk prevention.The school. board of Bradford

MEATS d s r s r r 'BffOSCAR PORK CHOPS. .' 'La DRUMSTICKS ',_ ,La. County has received special

MAYER REGULAR or BEEF 88 funds to provide preschool .
LIL COCKTAIL $298 ,HILTON SELECT $348 HILTON SELECT $C58 BUNCH opportunities for economIcally'

It',' ''WIENERS .' .'.... La OYSTERS r .. ..'. r .R SIZE OYSTERS .. ,_.:> ...; 1E,1 ,l children.disadvantaged This program 3 and 4 year will old,

$298 58c following centers:
SMOKIES LIL FRYER LIVERS ', PAL. .. .'.'. u ORANGES or'TANGELOS Bradford Preschool, Starke. '

Little School,Midway Learning,
oRAN ES Center Lawtey Elementary':
Pte-K (Sew Beginning and
$ '28 ; Head Start.

| To make an application,,
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Robin Least
rr.I Contact
B tJ s : BAG,
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I I LOW PRICE 'Sot, & Sun. 5:00: Showing

EACH Tuesday Showing

Closed Wed., & Thurs.
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.INCH' C $1' | '. SCREEN TWO |


Winn-Dixie) Pharmacy or
r.2 I89 c. .. ,
Closed Christmas t Day BISCUITS. .'. r. 31IE COOL WHIP .,.,,. .' ;. C-::?a

301 ,DRIV -IN,
PLACE YOUR Starke. 964-7464

pLlSAKERV Fri. Sat. & Sun

qua /F z BOILED HAMS TURKEY caKEr.usnt.w pm 5 TOUCHSTONE' PICTURES ffi) i"
599 OI.D Mu.0Nm _ID".oPOUND --PLUS-- \t'

IOPVVENISE FpEE LB. 999 $ 400 $ 995 CAKES .'10 tr IACH$ HALLOWEEN 4 G ffiJ .

HOLIDAY SEAFOOD PARTY LET US LB. jjff EACH | EACH I ..area..... ........a-.. ':
PLATTERS YOUR 1D-'ZLBS.' 4 IK Of IOWUSS WRCINMIWIO HOUDAY Adult........;.............' 99*


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Un Christmas

mio :- -- JEWELRYHALts

r Starke's Finest

Mw Jewelry Sales, w

Repairs andDesigning
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All Repairs, On the Scales... .,;
Engraving& David,Wtlnwrlght(at right check the,weight of a load of nut on the big teak under the scrutiny of a local
Ring Sizing grower a*the auction gets ready to begin.
a On-Prcmiscs Walnwrlght personally weigh each' bale that I*unloaded on the large raked platform at the Farmer'Market on,
J if Done u9 301 North.
Another auction may be set In January If there are enough nut fUll on the tree to tell,auctioneer Allen aid at
J the conclusion of the**le.The Telegraph will report the date when It If released.
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d. I *_. 9499! Watches Pecan Crop Hurt by Drought, :,

: 1I2CT.TWl \ s j119 Values' to$250 But Demand is Still Strong ',,"'

cr.TW From page IB Is, because there are plenty of nuts plenty of nuts at the reduced prices
928 i their early'stages then they didn't sclUnft..but the prices are lower.. but they were also picking carefully,
,: have the strength or the maturity to ,At Thursday's pecan auction at theFarmer's through the large bundles of nuta I
stay on the trees when the rains finally lining the raised platform and taste-'
; 6 market In Bradford
came In late Summer. 1 don'twanL testing the good
a WATCH to make It sound.,worse. than it I County, buyers ,were picking up,



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if I .4 ,il ,. Gemologists I

.; Tb O UO. off' 2 Master Jewelers gift
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t'tIl1 All In-Store I i On Premises

;;;r Merchandise for.Your Service

.., of health.
,;?'J Excluding Class Rings nl"r c

K and Already On-Sale Items =c

rs t a ? It's 'a fact.'that:one':out of There are some good'nuts here to*
; day but you'd better be about
,Watches eleven women will develop what you chose." remarked buyer .
every "
't GeorgeStaptcTon of"Trenton
% Galorel r, it breast But with'' ;detection, ,. ..where: he and his family sell.,..
,, RIN IA'. cancer: early *,,:,,, n fTvii, ... .i '
511opOurFine ,? L., : ili.t'. ,
Selection of \ :i Sf27N ra the cfiances for'an effective cure are a.have to tc careful, but the nice thing
FREE increased., about this sale here In Starke Is that
1 i drastically '.' you don't have to reach all the way'
Bulova WPurchasUpfo2Siz down In the middle of the bale to geta
This holiday season give yourself, ,or
Caravelle l < sample like do In some other
? ,someone you love a gift of health a all places.honest The here.growers, ,That's and why sellers I keep are'
aJ coming back."
gift certificate a mammogram., : .
1'" ,''r' ''Taylor, who says he, like'area
,/ ( ..,".. $75: '., :" ,\ ," farmers and growers Is an 'eternaloptimist'
.... ,' ','.''I,..V.i. I says that although,projecbons
> : for a large crop that he saw
j : Mammogram Gift..Certificate:I." 'r earlier in the year for not only this
,J area but the Georgia and entire,
i4 southeast have not come to In
,Gift certificates be purchased in the
SALK "WK' may the Fall harvest period he thinks' ,{"
4DIA.LADIES KO. 310000 |DM. SALE \ hospital gift shop. the growers here are well establishedand
HEAKT SALE can ride out a season of lower
S7QOO 1DM. '
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; BRADFORD HOSPITAL "There's always next year"as the
PKE ElVO/toeMEArT O. : B saying goes, and the demand from,
SALE, consumers for the holiday favoriteIs
1 ,7900 AN AFFILIATE OF SANTApE HEALTHCARE still a*strong as ever. '

Friendly, .. 922 East,Call Street 0 964-6000 ,
ON THE ROCKS;In some place the
i Courteous, @ ice cap that covert Antarctica
Rings Chains, over 3 mile thlch., According to
f Competent -- RANGER RICK Magazine, thai'
.EaningstoM.atch.: about th.'*am. as 13 Empire Stat
.t \ Personnel ;n Charms Cross Pens\@ ctigsofthe'ScasonCHRISTMAS ,other Building tacked on'top o/ each'

Waiting to bed \ < Speidel Bracelets I

Of Service u.
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11 to f I II''IIIII s EngravingFREE", ,@ : ; for the Bird Dog. "!

With CACTUS, Apply in person.,
... Bradford Telegraph
l '' ylp'' Purchase 4" POT SIZE 135 W. Call St.. Starke

:1 ONLY \?

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1 Family IN 8"POTS Perms
$ 99
Owned QI ONLY ,3
& 25.OO&Up,

Operated Buy JDad A Chain Saw... 'Get Haircuts

r for over ,A, Gift. FREE. for Grandad! $8.OO&Up
35 YearsLayAW'ays
:POULAN '2000 Frostings;

G a 16"bar&Chain .Reg. 189.99 ."
2.O Cu.In.Engne 25.00

ONLY15999nND Hair Color

15.OO. '
Get.Your Choice of an 8" .
with Alan,Linda' K., Diane
Trimmer or Chain Saw


'Visa 446 W. Madison Street 9644645STARKE
Florida Pest Control EST
,MasterCardDiscover Starke .< 964-7064 ONTROL from Tax
639,E.CaD St. Phone 864-5745
i I a.w a on US 301.MoivSat.9:30
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Bill Dodd Accepts ,Gavel for Realtors...

I Hill Dodd, right, newly Installed president of the Bradford-Union County .
Board of Realtors. Inc. accepts: the gavel and congratulations frond ..
outgoing President David Dodge.At right,seated are Mrs.Klouise Dodd I''
Itlll'd wife and Mr. and Mrs.J.D Odom. "'"
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plr' Realtor Officers and Board Take Oath... ,
if Y r ''New officer and board members of the Bradford-Union.
4' Fr of Uealtorll.lncr. taking the,oath of nfflr are

oPresident's Dodd, Elected President ,of Hoard of ,Rnalt'nrVeteran '

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Starke realtor Billy Dodd Other new officers are Kay ''meeting Cutts in his
has assumed the presidency of the'' was Doug se-
Waters,vice-president Novis Ward, cond the
Bradford ; year president of Putnam
Realtors-Union Inc County' Board'oC treasurer, and Darlene, Godwin; ,' I County, Board: of Realtors, and a
Dodd succeeds David secretary, 14-year''' ,veteran .of. the realty
appraiser ,
., Directors
for 1989 are David; business;
Dodge In the'' ,
presidency. The installation Dodge, Lavern
Outlaw. Ter-
Cutts urged the BradfordUnionrealtors
Award.... and annual ,
ceremony 'willegar, and Irene Faulkner;who is to be professional, He f1.
I David Dodge,outgoing President,accepted the President's Award from Mr:*. meeting of the B-U Realtor's Board director-at-Iarge., ,reminded 'the realtors 'of their
took place Friday night, Dec 9, at
Vernle Odom. the Starke Golf & Patty Kay Elder, an 'associate responsibility to .help other real
CoUl1--"ylub. with Outlaw Realty, was named estatel brokers: which he ,said is
Realtor of the Year. sharing. A smalt realtor's group;'
Outgoing president David Dodge such as the Bradford.Union Association <<::
,received. the President's Award. can be just effective as a
S GET THE BEST The awards ,were presented by' large" board, if,the members share,
MOTOR OIL. realtor Vernie Odom, who urged 'Information. '. '
./ members to write down their ac-" Cutts said his philosophy,is' to .
h complishments in the coming year make a lot of,sails with a little bit of "
GULFPRIDE' ''and submit them to her for consideration ,commissions: which: turns into' a ReallorofYear..jI'afty
for the realtor-of.the-year, good!earning amount in the long run, \
competition. Kay ":ldl'rIt'It. air<'pit' plaque I

S ,SUPER, PREMIUM IOW/40. Guest speaker for the annual See page<<< 13B Awards as'Chairman Itraltor-of-the-War Yernie'Odoul., from

l'J'' Nowadays, people ore holding on, to their cars longer. And .to a

:do t that!, they're Qiving their core better,care, Which means, LA-Z-BOY

when it comes'lime change the oil, they use,Gulfpude\
Super Premium' lOW/40, Its' made with'' ZDR,.bne of the

toughest anti-wear agents formulated for a motor oil; We,

GUlfpride. 'know, you can't always baby your engine'' But ,you ion give

Gulf: Super Premium it the best possible protection with -: I i>

"'" ,10WI40 Gulfpnde:,Supef'\Premium 10W/4Q( .i.p'I ..- IUDAYME'k'Y'

,.. Gulf:

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He1p Us Celebrate

50 Years of Service

:::: to this Area 1938.1988 $ J 0'.9 Cascii e '

Save'on ,the most comforting '

gift you can give, genuine;

'i 308 .S. 'Thompson ,Street 964-5888 recliner!

Wholesale Prices to the Public Call for Prices.
sale !
for Lube Oils, Tires Tubes ."

LP Gas'I.'Mineral Spirits Diesel Kerosene. Tires Tubes. Lube Oils

e -NEW ITEMS; Bulk Hydraulic- -Fluid: & Universal Fluid Pumped Into your containers.MerrylMerry :,, $3 g g oo ill




This sleek, streamlined style offers full'body'
comfort Gently contoured,chunncl stUchud,
and thickly Cushioned, its a CuropuJn 1
Q inspiration that LUIS us good Hi it Ipoksl, '
Other Recliners from '$299.00
Good Selection to Choose Genuine Leather La-Z-Boys from $599.Od.

From Many StyleslSALE$44'goo La-Z-Rockers from $199.00

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I op ck t aces.,G.nenbl lr/Yls
sates wl.It5.nec.rdl.IdotlIOdrMe. 1. iawuon.p.otpensl..e4nsts

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207' S. Orange St.

( (Across ,from Winn96433OO Dixie) A SALE$369! SALEI42900 '

"The Avenger"ReclinaRocker S"Transitional.' Transitional .
recliner Reclina-Rocker" Recliner Reclina-Rocker Recliner

5 1 ,Modern e.ellement. with o soft, Relax in this lulled Uanslllonar I let the envelope arms welcome;
,''pampering. lripl.-pillow bock. that.cushioned lor soothing 'you Into a getaway to Comfort. .
......_.,__ "'t988 Uttlc OCMT EntcrprMc,Inc I comfort Gracefully' detailed., Tulled and generously padded
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2 LARGE PIZZAS' I 58 7 9 I FREE DELIVERYll"t: JI-e, ,-c.... Ito'Bttttrat'' '00 Days ..Same2s
I On. For You.., 'On Forth.Kids I PlUS TAX I SINCE 1923DENMARK '
, ti. 1 PIZZA SAVE 91* --J U 1-- .
''I I I "...nt" ,.,.." ".a1P.ZZ.-. I I Credit Terms Available
. I i 2 MEDIUM Call SU ,

I I Uua additional ch.t..avallabl__I. *12.2. II With PIZZAS Cbci.& I'I I [Win' D]' L Ef7' FU R NIT I U R E NEW STORE HOURS

Nowbcatudomordal.tbnsonthe. .. .. 2 Item. 8 530MondayFriday
....rythln."plu.. Ertra CfwtM a...IUbl I. Not wild wiih any oil.tr, offer I 434 W. Call St./44 1 W.". ,
I ,Not v.lldrIhsayothsrolkr. I ".dclttlQ .....' ""1.IIdWOKoupon, I Olil9nr Madison St.. Starke. FL '
I Valid with coupon. TJ21& I 11215 .. I Across from Wlnn-Oixle Marketplace 8 *
I@ I I ., 964-5826. 964,582E, Saturday,

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12 1 ,299 11'99 ,

Christmas- Feast.u 1.75 1.75 1.75

." Rev.Jerry Patton of the first
Presbyterian Church of Starlie(..Uh HENNESSEY
arm raked).U about to bleu a least JIM CHIVAS
for Sunshine Industry employee BEAM REGAL
The muter chef for the-' was
gggi! r ; rir Paul Edenfield(top right).

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Bulldozing6Way : 750

l IAWSON CREEK VODKA OR GIN,' e'e'e e/\ 5.99 ':,LTR

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'1 CAPTAIN,MORGAN,SPICED' RUM ',;5;;:,6,99-75O
Blade GEORGE DICKEL (Decanter) "-;"i i':.%J8.99\150'' ::

1- $4O ..Per Hr. Playing Every Fri.&Sat.9:00 pm-1:30: am
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1h' PreparationsFish Ray

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Christmas 782-3928 ,OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK I


Feast a Treat <{ NffOIHome;1CDICAL; / Respiratory" Care w.:':' ,

For, Sunshine c '

EmployeesBy "HOLIDAY SPECII' .'L" Florida Federal

Mark Frledlln,

r 'A Christmas BCT Staff Feast Writer fit for a king has CD rates.
would be a good description of great
the meal laid out for Sunshine Chairs That
Industry'employees at the 1st
Presbyterian,Church of,Starke Move, With
last week. ., 14 Month 7 Month
The holiday meal was donatedto You. and
the employees by the church. '"
,who's.'members were busypreparing For You, % %
and serving a meal for Now you have the power to H9.25 i 8.75
more than '70 people in thechurch's choose."Stand for .,'
up a more:
,, fellowship hall.. active independent life"with :
Annual Yield Annual Yield
Rev. Patton thanks
Jerry gave
the gentle lift recliner chair. '
for the meal which was pre- 0 i: '
pared by Paul Edenfield. a feastof Aiik tj"' '" :'''.''''''-' '
with all the ,$ ,: : % .,1, ," ,
turkey trimmings. HetJ/tfl....Care.......Inc... 650 .' 0 ", .
"It was a big day for everyone at t '- Sale I), 8.88 8.41 .," .
Sunshine,.,Industries." conn '''ti'\'' "
mented Director Bob Larimer. ''CASH ONLY:SALE ..-.:
was a grand meal and everyone ',",1: Compounded y ,Compounded monthly, ',:
had a wonderful time.We appreciate 107-F W. Edwards Rd. 1220 N.:Main Street $75.000 or more ,$75.000 or more "", : ,
the] generosity of thechurch Starke}32091, Gainesville FL 32601
and everyone involved.," 964-4O37 ,374-4227

.. 9.00% 8.7C 8.55 8.40, c'-:/ ,
01'; Annual Yield Annual Yield Annual Yield Annual YIeld t

". ',, te, 8.37% ,,8. % 8.0Q% ,' : ;
bed "
supBriiUTY monthly CompoundJ; monthly Compoured'monthly Compoud'ed'monthly; I
LIFE INSURANCE $50.000-$74,9''>> $25.1JOO.$49999 $50,1JOO.$74999 1.000-$49999 y

PLUS 8.65% 8.45 8.35 8.10' ,
Annual Yield Annual Yield Annual YIeld Annual-YIeld "', .,
8.32 8.14% 8.04% 7.81% .
FOR ENGINES.When Compounded monthly Compounded monthly Compounded monthly Compounded monthly (
., $10.1JOO.$24.999 $1.1JOO.$9.999 $10.1JOO.$24.999 $LOOa$9.999With ,,,.

'IIIWIT ,..UftII r a'Florida Federal Tiered CD,the more you deposit:the better your rate.'and the more you am.." : \':
you treat your engines right,;they'll work:order'And'.they'll, Seven short months gets you a great return.Fourteen months.and your return's even bettet
,last longer!;/And fhats Whaf Gulf Industrial oils are;all about Guff Of course pouf investments safe and sound,insured up to$100.000 by an agency of the US.Government.. .I .,
: 'Gall ., Super Duty Plus is highly recommended, for use,in mixed fleets'and To find out more about great CD rates.call the Florida Federal office nearest you:, .

i SUPER for equipment operation under,the most t difficult situations;> ,,pulf ,
DUTY Super Duty meets the demands'of gasoline and diesel-powered ., Florida Federal ,
engines working under,all but the <
most severe Conditions, Gulf.tube!
f MOTXDROIL Motor,Oil XHD is ideal!,for,gasoline engines Rates subject la change.Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. '
co. Deposits an tiaund to$100,000 by an agency of the U.S.Government-
j any job and for diesej engines in"up to moderate"duty ,
(e ,
J service, Don't settle fot l less than Gulf motor> "
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..tiouun ....IJIII .olrs. Because:when ,., ,, :,,:.,{," :" ::1" ;\
your engines,stop. working, ",':),' ',II;'!,." '
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so you. ".' I' ',1' I
.Downtown Gainesville Gainesville/The Oaks Starke" ; ';::<4', ': ,I '\ ''I I
Gu.Aube'XH 220 N. Main Street 6707 Newberry Road 395 W.Madison Street r, -.. ;'

REGISTER OIL COMPANY INC. 377-3344 375-2700 964-5000 ,'J' r.; ,'. ,}
j Gainesville/University Keystone Heights 'Ocala h
308 S. Thompson Street 964-5888
I MoToR al' 3501 W. University Ave. Lawrence Blvd.& 3033 SW.College Rd.

Wholesale Prices to the Public Call- for- -Prices '373-8482 Sylvan Way 237-7204 i, ..
for Lube Oils. Tires t
Tubes. 473-4952 ,
".inwrr tllllJllll Ili lP Gas Mineral Spirits uiesel/ Kerosene Tires Tubes Lube Oils
NEW ITEMS: Bulk Hydraulic Fluid & Universal Fluid

i Pumped Into your containers.



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Two Injured., in* Collision I

A Starke'' Alford was northbound just after
woman injured In an two vehicle accident midnight on US-301 in front of Best
Dec.3 remains hospitalized In Western when a J981 Buick driven
satisfactory condition. by Lee, turned Into the northbound
Barbara Yeomans Lee, 36, was' lane' from the southbound lane at
tv t- transported by Life Flight to Baptist which time the 'vehicles struck
Hospital In Jacksonville where she headon. Lee's vehicle continued on,
was treated for multiple trauma,according ,hitting the grass median and over-
to Paramedics Rex Siemer turned, according to Sgt G. E,
and Dwayne Hardee. Driver of the Hayes. '
second 'vehicle, Sandra Rigsby Lee was charged with careless :
,Alford of Orange Park.,was taken by driving and driving on the wrong'
TRAUMA I to Baptist. She also suffered side of the road.According to the accident
multiple trauma but accordingto report, Lee had been drinking
hospital records is not a patient at ,
!' t\\, ,'). Baptist, Hospital.. See Page 90
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Wreck on the Tracks... .' I :, ,,,', : ; ,

ThU Ford Tempo wj damaged when 1U driver ran of the road near the railroad track on SR.. 314 near Keystone Height last, week.The driver "Celebrate the Child"by
wa uninjured In the accident. : .

Tom Fcttke

Sunday, Dee, 18 7:30 p.m.
Cedar & Pines All sizes $17.OO, I '
,:,' { ,: I '
Tree Farm ie cut.. Open 9am- Dark, { '" .. Church Sanctuary.Public Invited.Nursery,Provided

,3 M1. H. of Alachua Hwy' 241 Gilbert Gold wire Music Fund
t" 462-3863 .
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1- "= &: -I 1988 FLEETWOOD/

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3, BR, 2',Doublewide

\'i''", ''Shingle roof, wood siding plywood floors,
I delivery and set-up. Fleetwood 1 yr;,, .1-14 9.0 0
warranty and Extended Warranty
FHA&VA,:Too Open 7 Days'! ,

For Less Than You Would Pay Rent!

Factory Direct Means Wholesale Prices: only atNORTH

No Low .
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DownPayment, ",', .;t.. '< ,: 'f Closing ,.
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964-7282 .. .....: .' ,t '- HWY., 41 N. & US 90 WEST LAKE CITY, FLORIDA

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3BR. S 1/2 Bath 755-52O7 '. 7528627"Fleetwood's !

#1 Dealer in the State;
Highway 301 South Starke

OPEN: Mori.-Fd. 8 a.m.in 5 p.m.Saturday a.m.II Noon ,

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We Represent #lSmallGrouP HealthTQfeurance'CorMpanyin'theTJ.S. : I ,

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For 3 to 50 Employees
the We'd be glad to give you --'

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Croup stop by. YOUR: TREE'LIFE '. '-
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Individuals ':\ ['",j,
Groups or ; "

"!NoW, for.a limited time, get 4 free!pewter-like! Christmas tree i
Representing deorgd Roberts Insurance, Inc.,;
when 7-Month Certificate of Deposit :
5 5 ornaments you open a ; t \

986 N.Temple Ave. 2751 Blanding Blvd. .with Florida Federal.Florida .. ;I' b" ,., :
Middleburg 282-7665 : ,' .. lwt "t x .
Starke 964-7826 "' ;
-- Fcderal's7-Month, certificate? pays competitive'Hunter's ',', ': I.'f' ,' /' /i 'VJ..tf .

the < '" ,,'. ', '," ,,', :'',\ .' jl.? .
tiered interest; rates so, more you deposit" ; :I', l'I: f'1 ,
Special . '' '
the,more you? aInl"; ': z {' 1 tf!
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truck {' Stop by any of our branch, locations to open a 7-Month,': '" ,': ,, ;, 'g\. -. lJI4 t

Get your Jr certificate,and take home your free Christmas :,,, :.' '" ,;',',"" ,. :,'',' .,;",", '" '"\, '.,\ .i;'' "-' -".'( rr._"" ;1
NOW! 'J"
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r '' ,ornaments today h' earn,great ,. : ;,,,.!,;,'::/. ,",>,,,.",;'i\ \., '., 1 :
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TRUCK GRAN PRIX TIRES RVS + "%"'; -/. '';,.d J,:,')", ", ...... ... ,-;
$68.0O 8.75 8.41Annual : ,. : ,
31xl0.50-15LT' MOUNTED AND .
31x11.50-15LT' ,$75.00 BALANCED AT NO ',''f' ( '
33x12.50-15 $87.00 EXTRA CHARGE Yield Compounded monthly s ,
$75,000 or moreFlorida ,r
Front End Alignment "

mlrs. 1'295 t 8.55% 8.40% ,(t.
Includes&ct caster,camber&toe In to spec '
Inspect suspension 8c steering system. For most w/punhase Annual ylctd Annuul y kid'v, S
American cars. Front wheel drive and Chevette of tires % ,) ,
8.23% ,8.09 ,,. ".
., ",, vehicles extra.Parts extra ... '""" i / 1
: Cnn .ndrornmlhl)' Compound.dmullthl)' ,'' '. :: ? )' i
BRAKE SERVICE, Up To 15'X 8" jIXJO-4J'JU.! $2-JJOO.-IIIIJH+ ,; 'c',"t t:)a", "i", '," '
Replace pads or shoes:resurface' 4995 WHITE SPOKE 8.3501. '81001. ,
drums or rotors:pack bearings: "'
bleed At adjust:road-test most Front WHEELS Annual yield. Annual y lcI"' /,'t;." ,
or : '
Metallic ..
J\mertcancat'8& '
8.04' 7.81- '
Rear 2895 '
parts extrarequired. each .. r
!r! SPECIAL Compound.drnunthl)' Compo'I. monthly.

P155P175-80R1380R13 $35.00 $29.00 -- '
$39.00 $31.00

P195-75R14 $42.00 ,$35.00 -Federal '
P205P215-75R1475R15 $44.00 $37.00 '
\, $48.00 $39.00 -

P235.75R15 $50.00 43.00 '

Air Conditioning .' ; ; Keystone Heights
+i.i 6 9'5 LawrenceBlvd. &
Service Special.; ) ,
4 .. .PLVSnuar Sylvan Way w
473-4952"' .' ', .
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Starke" :'i{t' Minimum deposit tlOOQ.Ornaments available:while supplies j> last Qffergftod

Tire' & ServiceU.S. 395 W. Madison Street 'n :,t: on new accounts only' internal"transfers do not apply Ornaments shown art
rrpresehtattve samples/ ,jour dif f rrnt orna menu will be given per account;no substitutions "
l 30 1 -Temple Ave Starke 964-5000' available Rates effective 12-12,88 and air subject toi/itinj/ ,*:substantial
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ObituariesFloyd ,

11. Blaine, Sr. Mrs. Katie Hodges Crews Survivors' include her husband, -=---.-

Floyd (If.Blaine,Sr., 68,of Canton, Mrs. Katie Hodges' Crews, 52, ,of George T. Huggins; two daughters, 1
Ohio died Monday, Dec. 12 at the'Bradford Orlando, died Dec. 9 following an extended Linda McRae of Starke, and Sandra FIREPLACE, STOVES.
Hospital emergency room .illness. .,- Crosby of .West Palm Beach; two
following a brief illness. Born and raised in Bradford Coun- sons Tommy of Sttrke and Billy of _' ''FLORIDA'SY=
Bornindralsed in Pt. Pleasant, ty, Mrs.Crews was a member of Radiant Middleburg; a brother, Earl Jef : '
W. Va. he served in,the U.S. Army' Life Assembly of God Churchof fords of Alachua; a sister, Bessie + } 'l LARGEST SELECTION OF AIR-TIGHT
in World War II. He was a member Ocoee. Lee Grinner of Jacksonville; and. 11 ?
of the Church God of Greentown,, Survivors include her husband, grandchildren. "
Ohio and a, school teacher for 33; Enoch Crews; two sons Ricky and Funeral services will be held .4" tt\ I TO WHOLE HOUSE HEATERS
Thursday Dec. 15 at 2 in First d
years. Wayne Crews both of Orlando; and p.m
Survivors include his wife'Mrs, several grandchildren; six sisters, United Methodist Church of Starke
Marlene Holt Blaine; a son, Bryan Edna Norton of Kings Lake Carrie with Rev. DeWight McQueen of- __ EVERYTHING YOU NEED
Blaine: of North Canton, Ohio; ; two Smith, of Green Gove: Springs, ficiating. Interment will be in
daughters;'Mrs. Marie Malernee of Dorothy Sweat of Orlando Mary Crosby Lake Cemetery'' under the TO INSTALL:
Canton and June Blaine of St Louis, direction of Jones Funeral Home. -
Lois Hau
Gibson of Lake Butler, CHIMNEY SYSTEMS PIPE
Mo and two grandchildren. In lieuof flowers, contributionsmay The DauntlessLarge
; Faith Murphy of Starke; and three STOVE BOARDS_ HEAT SHIELDS
Funeral services will be held be made to the First United
brothers, James ,Hodges of, _
Thursday at 11 a.m::, in Uniontown, Forestville, Md., Donald of SUrke Methodist Church Parsonage Fund, '-Cos "HldeAWayCltat Door ( BRUSHES ACCESSORIES'
Log Adaptable
Ohio with burial in Union Cemetery, and Henry of Lawtey. P.O. Box 157, Starke, f\\. 32081. Cost Iron or Porcelain: Color
under the direction of Archie Tanner

Funeral Home of Starke, Funeral services were held Monday Mrs.Sadie T,.Thomas \fenrioht ,
in Orlando with Garden Funeral Mrs. Sadie T. Thomas, 91, of Lake ,by Castings.
Charles Richard Bump, Home of Orlando in charge of, arrangements Butler, died Saturday night at Lake '
Charles Richard Bump' Jr., of Butler Hospital& Hand Surgery Knowledgable Staff Free Advice 1-80O-
Melrose, died Dec!: 1 at Shands Center following a brief illness. 12.Years In Business ,
Hospital following an extended il- Mrs. Bernice L. llugginsMrs. Born and raised in Starke, Mrs. < 524-2675 '

lness. Bernice Louise Huggins 73,, Thomas lived most of her. life in
Born and raised 'in N London, of Starke, died Monday, Dee. 12, in Bradford County, before moving to "WeU worth the trip to Ga1nesville'i
Conn., he moved .to Melrose. in Baptist Medical Center of Jackson- Lake Butler eight 'years ago. She
,November/'1988. He was a member ville following a brief \illness. was a housewife and a member of
of the Second Congregational'Church Born Oct. 12, 1915 in Alachua,Mrs. the Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist TRADE-INS
in New London, Conn. Huggins moved to Starke in 1952 Church in Union County '
include his wife, Mrs. STOVEAND
Survivors from Macclenny.She was a memberof Graveside funeral services were- .
Shirley Bump; three daughters First United Methodist Church of held Dec. 12 at Crosby Lake
Mrs, Linda Rivers of New London, Starke, a homemaker, a member of 'Cemetery with Elder Harry Brooker, FIREPLACE CENTER
Conn., Mrs'Susan Bennett of Taft- Good Sam Camping Club and the officiating. Archer Funeral Home of ,2031 N.W. 6th St.. Gainesville. Ph. '377-9535
ville Conn.: and Mrs. Jody Kelly of
Farm Bureau Auxiliary in Bradford Lake Butler was, in chargeof( ar-
,Melrose; six sons, Robert Bump of' Count 'rangements.
New London Conn., Robert O'Don-
nell of Florida, Mark O'Doneell of

Kevin Oregon O.'Donnell Mark. O'Donnell of Rhode of Melrose Island,, Oelivery Guaranteed In Time For Christmas !

and'Timothy O'Donnell of New Lon- I
don, Conn. i''i'
Funeral services were held in New
London, Conn., with burial in Cedar "" ,
Grove Cemetery. Archie '''Tanner 1.. ",:<1\\\ ,\;',
Funeral Home of Starke was in \ < \
!charge of arrang m.ents.-' .,

Card of ThanksWe GAS & APPLIANCES

would like to thank, all bur,
friends and neighbors who expressed rf r 2> c FJI
their sympathy in so many'
Si &r
beautiful I; 'ways. for' food, flowers HURRY #

prayers.' Special .thanks, to Steve' Vi ,,14, ,
flitch! and Rev Leroy Olive
The.Hamner Family: All I BEFORE

Thank.You: i I "YTi3U t U II''
'YOU'RE ,(
The' family 'of Freeman Croft 1 Mq ,
would like to thank everyone for the

kindness, prayers, and love that you'' \ \ J 11 'I ,,, '"
have shown us''during our loss. I w TOO
can't Imagine how life would be (

without friends, love and prayer. '
Thank you all for the food, flowers, LATE ,
cards, love, gifts to the church, Bap-''

list and The Children's Shrines Home Crippled,' Heart Childrens Fund I N c X I4w

,Fund. We really. appreciate;
1 would like to apologize to those

'' all that florists lam unable include to addresses respond to on as the not To: Mary From; Santa 1 To: Susie From; Santa |f TO: Peter From: Santa 1.1. IlIr! '.

tributes ordered leaving me with no --

address to reply. 4w SAMSUNG.4 PHILCO REMOTE 11 RCA 26" ---..- ;i'i' f
May God Bless You All Ni ri1,{ ?! t' CONTROL 25" ;t'iu''! : CONSOLECOLORTRAK +"t{!'{'

Pearlie Dot Croft Croft and and Children'Family 19" COLOR TV ::1 h COLOR CONSOLE tn=1''":' stCeo _-'

I,11 11 Improved color with +. < i-r- 18 Button infra red Digital Control. I ." ,
: i L1; dark tube r 8 SAIUISUMBcontrol. tui-{ remote. d'tfL': L MTS Stereo Sound .. ,
Operation"Safe t'' _: Automatic color I ;, ( 152 total channel, _i'ri: rSystem. ;i'i :!

,Hunt"Announced i''i,!' Automatic tuning.. fine S 179 I t+' S 3 9 9 capability.display.Red LEO channel i'' mow.. t $5 9 9 SWIVEL BASCQ 26261. '. ',''.: .

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Wildlife Officers'of the Game &
Fresh Water Fish Commission embarked -: To: Jimmy From: Santa I To: Sherry From: Santa I To: Scott From: Santa
Nov.12 on a campaign called U un ;

''goal"Operation is to reduce SAFE the HUNT number. Their, of .artSAMSUNG;i;
firearm-related hunting accidents., $iii'-" VCR I--- ...,-.
"Operation SAFE HUNT Is MI.ESPis' Qumimc Hen

.outdoor designed users to improve this hunting safety season among by, 't' 110 channel. cable-tScompatible. '.! QUASAR VCR STEREO VCR

,'promoting son handling/ law:enforcement says, proper CoL Brantley, director firearm Good-for .';a y,mi}'t+ ,One-touch Ing.ing/playback.%3-speed record2-, 2 8 :k,( ', i. 155 remote.Program Quartz onscreen.accuracy. ,, 8 9 9 :,'i i'!rri..nay.= ; 9 .r' ."' I,

,the Goodson Commission.says wildlife officers will ,PJ'y', Yh; ir Scans all channels. !f'4! ''. ,',

,be strict in enforcing a number of i ,
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safety-related laws concerning Kt. 1f t "t'r'{ "t + : t r, i ., 'd N y.rl' r ," I II
; ;,!!F. ;, r jr'i. : +i-'It.F : "
Gj.t 3. ; } ,r,:.
firearm users and outdoor recrea-, : : I:'
tionists. These include:
Blaze orange requirements for bunting
deer on public lands (500 square S.- s s :PI

Inch .above the waist);; +.
Laws prohibiting the reckless I 1 41 KITCHENAID GENERAL ELECTRIC
discharge or display of a firearm; /VYTAG CUSTOM '"'
The law requireing children under + ,WASHER r''
IS to be under adult supervisionwhen u 4 Large capacity,heavy duty.
MAYTAG ,WASHER ', SURE-sCAUa multi-level :
possessing a firearm or airgun warning system. :,, 2 Cycles- regular, A
#1 in preference. F it '+.- Permanent ti !
;; press.
POTS a PANS cycle. ,
+ State regulations prohibiting'hunting #1 in quality. .,L ] u .; ,M 1 ,
on road rightsofwayBoating ; '
j safety laws on. rivers and s 3O $349ti

lakes. SAVE. "
4. "We are serious about reducing ,"' ;
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Florida's hunting-related firearm ., + i ._ t-, :i ,, r- Ir. {1:iylt; it'Eg ..>y_i .. I Iiii '
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accidents this year," Goodson says. 1-i : 4. iwc hF ,i at.r tft;iir : l'r' A11 i'; }at'
'"Last year there were 39 accidents!. 'iF
and five fatalities. i-a@ril@ :
Goodson says officers will arrest
shooters involved in accidents in
which the victims are mistaken for

game. He said such accidents are '1 .PETERSON VENT FREE GAS GENERAL. 1 '
criminal in nature and compared the '1 GAS LOGS i. ELECTRIC
shooters to drivers whose negligence ''iF4 I'i' HEATER15JOOOBTU r _
Si No wood to No ti 24 CU. TOP
causes accidents which injure innocent s chop. l r"a! t.l r MOUNTREFRIGERATOR
'ashes to clean. Turn ,. : ; 4
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/ 100% Efficient. ,
persons.To .
help Improve hunter t, ? your unused fireplace r i Heat where you want k: i } I ,. Optional Icemakar. 'i;
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into a beautiful source Glass shelves. :N '
Goodson recommendsthe
awareness, ; When you wart ft. l' "
Commission's free hunter educa-
tion course for parents and children $ 5799
prior to hunting.' Atlanta
"Knowing how to handle and fire
weapons safely does not come by instinct ..i ,a uC; 'r !1,1: 'iii, ,i:: sL ''wS', Kt'i: i'h I.+i.1, rm2 r3.ky.t?: .,r.wnFUYy; ;+Mu !t, r.. 't.H i' .,
," he said. "It takes trainingand
practice." O litG Oct son zt a" STORE HOURS
Goodson said persons interested in ,p Ci, MONDAY THRU SATURDAY ,
taking the hunter education course
should contact the nearest regional GV O _' "
.office of the Commission. A 9O DAYS SAME AS CASH ''C. ''., '
"All of the firearm accidents ssynp r.tMae./ 1500 INSTANT CREDIT
,? .. ..",, ..,.
recorded last year could have been .TO QUALIFIED BUYERS
prevented if the firearm users had "l "
followed two basic rules of gun safety O f.l APPLY FOR YOUR SAWYER
," Goodson says. ',"First they O APPLIANCES CREDIT CARD TODAY
should have made sure their' GAS &
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firearms always were pointed in a fa .l!, z.

safe direction. Second, they should 1103 S.WALNUT ST. STARKE 964-7701
have made positive identification. of p NOTALLrrEMBATALLIrTOREB
their target before firing." o' o 250 S.W. 9TH AVENUE LAKE BUTLER 496-2564 PRIOR SALES EXCLUDED '
Operation SAFE HUNT will con-
(lnue rough( Feb. 15,Goodson said.

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TFARM i INSURANCE. 34 Felony Cases Received Here -J-

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,) You've got a lot invested in your farm equipment.. And when The Bradford Office of State Attorney ing through BUGC: arrested March calnej case dismissed, insufficient' ,, :

, \",;,:, I your machines don't work, you don't either. That's, ,why jt. 34 Eugene Whitworth received 19 for violation of probation VOP); evidence as to this defendant. '
individual and/or
, ',, 'new cases pled no contest VOP 25
April ,
makes sense, to buy farm products you can be sure about. felony defendants for prosecution, sentenced to time Served and condi- Douglas October Edward, 1987 for Salsbery arrested ,
. From Gulf. Get like durtng.the month of November, according tions of original probation arrested of possession i
' superior performance motor oils Gulf to Investigator Wiley Clark. : cannabis, possession of drug 1

.. : Super Duty Plus and high,quality Gulf Automatic Trans Seven of the *cases were prison May dismissing 10 for warrant VOP;wall Nov.granted.8 order granted. ; motion to surpress 'I'
: mission Fluids. Gulf offers a complete line of Gulf greases related.Information filed Bobby Joe/ Kelly arrested May 17 Frank Mowery arrested for grand
Gul and Gulf Universal Tractor was on 25 prior for burglary, lewd, lascivious act theft; dismissed, restitution made. '
fluidrm-outstanding hydraulic; cases office declined to prosecute
, upon .' ; no contest to Jonathan James Brooks arrested
.. {fluid for modern tractor sys were dismissed.seven cases.There. Thirteen were no cases jury burglary dwelling; found guilty July 15 for possession of marijuana) ,
tems.. Instead of lust buying a 'trials. sentenced to 12 years in Deparlrneniof possession drug paraphernalia; insufficient
evidence as to this defendant -
" ,: \ ,' .,' I G..I I 'Can of oil, buy a l little farm two Nonjudicial and action was taken on, James Glendell Franklin arrested .
cases three violation of -
: I insurance.. Only from Gulf. bation filed. pro- July 6 for uttering forged document Ricky Lavon Calney arrested July
, SUPER DUTY I guilty Thirty-four pleasof (three '''counts) ; pled no contest, 13' for burglary of a conveyance
IDIomatIC were accepted.
, misdemeanor placed on 36 months probation, petit theft; defendant, pled to other
PLUS TI'InS 1IiSIoa Forty-six cases license suspended for 36 months. charges.
:, were filed and
\"' ,. ...-2.' i"iiiIIiIOTOAOIL; fluid SO Yrs.of dismissed by the office in cases Nov.,were said contest Steven trespass Craig Minchew fined $350.pled ni). Jimmy E. Peele] 'charged with issuing -

;!"'i" lYrE f Clark. The oHice' declined"to Michael west) arrested August, made. worthless check; 'restitution

tGAItON5 *18921f'n6 ServiceTo G V f secute 12 cases, Twenty guilty pleas 1987 tot burglary 'while'' armed, Wilton Butler, Sr. charged with
:: ;.: a were accepted.Two
e ,
grand theft
,, ,, petitions were filed in II; pled no contest to burglary; case transferred to misdemeanor -
"'UIDUOU ,...Ulil You r' juvenile grand theftsentenced to five years division.
41 court. The state
WNP attorney ''
," awAr 'probation; make restitution all Richard M. Lewis Jr. chargedwith
.,. .1, '-- declined 11KS; recommendation on pay
i \ three petitionsand two outstanding fines in Duval County: escape; case lacks prosecutive
, petition
: : : ; : received nonjudiciat 'actIon,, arrested St'p19118\ for; VOP; found 'merit.
: : ,; ; ) /'ap- '
: guilty VOP, '
: REGISTER OIL COMPANY/INC. proval Three petl. lons" wer*' probation revoked plac- Beverly D. Crews'arrested August
.'." ,. dismissed. >ed on community control two years. 8 for issuing worthless check;
' ;. : 308 S. Thompson Street 964-5888 The following cases received final, Eric: Damon llogluml' .arrested restitution made, .
disposition\ during the month of Nov. April t for grand theft auto;, pled Stacey 'Leigh Menzen arrested
,Wholesale Prices to the Public- Call for Prices.. guilty sentenced to five years DOC' June 14 for possession of more than
:" for, Lube Oils Tires, Tubes Timothy Leggette arresteed July concurrent Sandra to sentences now Serving! ;20 grams of cannabis manufacturing
.20, 1987 for possession and deliveryof Idella' McCloud arrested ; insufficient evidence as to this
IP Gas Mineral Spirits-'Diesel, Kerosene Tires .'Tubes Lube Oils controlled substance: ; pled guilty, June 30'for battery of law enforcement defendant. ,

NEW ITEMS: Bulk Hydraulic Fluid & Universal Fluid Pumped Into your containers. -on five years''probation, $SOt!" officer resisting officer with Albert Odell Smith arrested July,
violence; pled no contest:; placed 1 on, for
, .' submit to drug testing, counsel- five years probation. ,,16 grand theft; dismissed"defen
dent to
pled other charges.
.. ...: ,1m- McCloud arrested April\ 22' for
possession of controlled uhstancet\ ''Several sworn complaints ''charg-
pled no( contest placed on five years ing .worthless check, grand theft
,:, :.:," ,':..;\ \', probation, substance abuse evaluation were filed against other Individuals;
.. : 'and 'treatment submit to the' cases were dismissed 'after

;,::'::. ..,:<; : :: o Santa Claus .. substance* Victor. Anthony abuse testing.Jarvis' arrested restitution,evidence was made as and/or'for to the'defen Insufficient

; : ( I 15 for pos;". .n of ci'ack; \ foIlighly dants.

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: a arrivesp6 turkey I limit 'Applications Available I

Friday &, coveted among turkey, Jan. !9 will be returned,"' White said.
Saturday hunters,' spring quota hunt permits, "Since the application period Is only
,,' for four wildlife' management areas'! five days,, submitting an application,
qr ,Dec... ,16, & ;17 ;,106'I will be available' soon.!\; from the too soon could eliminate a person's
Game* and.. "Fresh, Water (fish Com- Chance in the drawing if(.he does!.not
at: / 'mission. resubmit in time,'" .
:The permits allow ;'it( limited Last year demand for the permitswas
k Orian Wells 'number of /hunters on Ihe'AndrewSi so great that 88 petcent of the
\\I ChevyOldsHwy Champion'.International,,\.Seminole applicants did not receive' permits.
v ( Ranch and, Tosohalcht.fwildlife, ( White expects 2.500( applications for:
301 North _Starke, management'areas' for 'spring 365 available permits this year.
(turkey,'season. Interested hunters- ,, 'All hunters on-the'Andrews' and I
< can i obtain ,applications\ ,,,beginning'; 'Tosohiitch.ee- areas must possess,
Dee!' 14. 'quota hunt permits, White .said. On
'According: to''Eddied:: While, tiuota'1, most wildlife management areas,;
hunt director.:' for the Commission, {residents 65 and older, residents cer
..' permits will be Issued by,random, lifted totally and. permanently
selection from applications received disabled and children under 16 are
,Jan 9-13 exempt from license and permit.,e..quirernents. -
Any: appi"'At"n! ;

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'''A passenger, in',the Mercedes,
page 7B 'Muhammad' A, Kamal of Jackson
II y vine refused treatment at the scene.
.r*. -Squad f. ve-reApoflded f io I ttuMicci- Damage lo' the Buick was S,000. I
with pure ass o -2, dent and provided extrication- with Damage to 'the. Mercedes was. v
$10,000, said
Jaws of Life. Hayes. I
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Happy Holidays: From Hwy301 l S. -''or-Stark 964-4809 CENTRAL 'AIR .$1 11 1 ,.>/,, installed '

Next to Gator, Jl .Farm Supply A p-notch unit d051gooo Subject > availability,
& Bonnie for mobile homes ;
;" Starke Lanes & Pat Single-Wide;! ,Priced frorrV'

--: } Mens L/S ,Western Shirt ...............:' ,30% OffLadies"Western ,SAWYERGAS
1 FREE Game '
with 1 PAID Game Blouses ..r.... 25-45% Off '. &;.APPLIANCES. [ : '

. ,,1103 S. WALNUT ST, STARKE .96 -7701I
, (With this Coupon), Felt, .',Hats ...................................n 25 Off
I Expire Jan. 8, 1989

: NEW LEAGUES NOW Buck & Case Knives .
", FORMING CALL Leather Belts 20% '

,'"" : 064-8175 Belt Buckles I t( sp ce'of; M0rth>Central Florida
F":>" COUPON COUPON COUPON Saddles & Tack I .Invites you 'to

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\ 964-4957 ..terminally illpatlents'hrid. their,;,
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rear oxles, transfers transmissions, KAWASAKI LTD 550:' 1982, ,2 helmets,, YARD SALE 390 N. Cherry, Thurs A Fri.

etc. 9645812. TFc. new battery good condition.$700. Call BUILDING FOR RENTr All $1 or less, clothes, collectibles; 1 Cecelia TerwIIe! ar
t12 S-IO PICKUP AC. 964-3329: after 4 call 9642242.
1 4 speed p.m. Downtown Starke. $200 monthly. Can household. Itpd 12/13
AM/FM/stereo' tape 'player power 2tpd 12/8-15 remodel to suit* at negotiable price YARD SALE Sat. Dec. 17 9 lit, 100A, look .....INVESTORS.....
booster, chrome wheels, new point HONDA 250 like new 1200 miles Phone 964-6305, 'John. TFjm for signs. Itpd 12/15 NICI APARTMENT COMPLEX FOR SALES 830 N. Temple Ave, eight furnishedone
lob. 9646540. "'chg2".1215 $1500. 782-3752. 2tchg 12/15.22 f3 FAMILIES SALE Dec. 16-17 8-5
OFFICE SPACES SOO sq. ft. for rent on p.m bedroom opts,, fully occupied with an excellent occupancy record.
1917 DODGE RAM AC AM/FM/stereo 301 Starke.: at Durratice 125 W., first dirt road to right, ,go
Hwy Apply Heating A cooling unit In each apt. Selling price $147,500 with assumable mortgage
4 sped PS; payoff $7500. Call 'around curve, chain link fence,
REAL ESTATE Pump A Supply, 964-7061. 8/2STF
4682440. 4tchg 12/1-22, 7823762. 12/15 of $111,708, 9 1/4% Interest '01.. Paved parking lot.

work Call 96.c.362Q'alt..' 6 'p.m.Greg 858 3lchg N.12/1.15 McMahon St. Call 964-8292. North Sat. A Sun Clothes-todies, Hwy 21, 7.17, acres 165000. Property can be divided Into two 100' lots,
( ). 2tpd 12/8.15 'and babies shoes $65.000 each and one 92.65' lot $48,000. '
OCALA NATIONAL FORESTt Wooded 1000 SQ. FT. OFFICE Hwy 30t South mens, .chlldrens ; ,
"loll DODGE 250 custom conversion von, lots, river access $5450 Each. No 'across from Wal-Mart/KOA. $350 like new, miscellaneous Items, baby CROSBY LAKE LOTi Cleared 100 H. on water Reduced to$ 17.000.

3ton. 964-8721 or 964-8292. Itpd money down $65.41 monthly. Own month. .964-8848, eves 4733627. furniture, toys and brand new Levis ,,...HOMIS._.. ,
12/15 1-236-4579 or 1-622-2438. 1/7TF 12/8TF Itchg 12/15 721 W. CALL STREET nicely landscaped,,large corner lot 2 BR, 1 Ba, carport,
W HYUNDAI XIt like new. take overpayments YARD SALE) children A adult clothes; CHAA.

12608. '964-6972 alter, 2 toys, other items. Proceeds'go to ..0,110230Two story CB A frame, 3 811, 'J'Is Ba, REDUCED! 40.900
p.m. 2tchg 12/15.22 ANIMALS & PETS lOST/FOUND, needy family. Sat.. Dec.: 17.910" p.m. OWNER ANXIOUS! 1872 iI.'. frame home on lit acre, located on SR 235 N of
1f77 FOOD LTD BROUGHAM; 2 door, fully FOR SALE .- Bush's Nursery on Edwards Rd. Itpd Rolford. PRICED TO SELL! 28,000,

loaded with extras, glossy black, EX. FOUND OFF COLLEY RD. A PALM STREET 12/15- LIKE COUNTRY Nice homer Come In and take a look at that 3 BRI'80 frame

CELLENT 'condition. Asking '$2200., DACHSHUND AKC'' (M): |j ';r., shots, small dog, weight 25 Ib., grey stipes EUNICE ROAD. LAWTEYr Thurs. A Fri. with concrete' floors, carpet, formal dining A living room eat-In kitchen
4730613. needs loving owner yard. .Coll >w/tan; ALSO homeless dog, German" 7823287. Wood stove, trash compactor breakfast area, family room; utility room located on 5 acres of fenced land
IMS ISUZU l-MARKt AC, AM/FM/stereo, 964-2754.venings. Itpd 12/15 ShepFiera, male, 1 year old. LOOKINGfor quilting frame and misc. ,items. barn well A $ 75,000
5 speed, tinted windows. $3300. Call female German Shepherd that islost. Itchg 12/15 septic.
FREE.13 six-toed call I'/i years old FINE HORSE FARM of 40 acres, located on Hwy 235. 15 minutes from Stark. 3
7823033. 2tpd 1215.22: tan 964-5041tchg: 12/15 LADIES FUR COAT size 10/12, mans 10'
black and white females; port, long bike table BR/lBa 70( -yr-old home, CHAA 6 stall barn, pole barn tool shed, utility
"7t FORDF-150 XLT on. Owner n.w' hair speed A choirs*exercise'
friendly good for children or fot
tires, loaded trailer towing package ''equipment'misc. furniture. Corner of' building training track! $160,000
barn cats. Coll 5332505. "Itchg 12/15 NOTICE Bessent A W. Dr GORGEOUS HOMI ON LAKI GENEVA 3500 s.f. home 4 BR. 3 full baths A two
extra clean LW8. AT V8, CB, $2500. Mimosa Friday even
Call 4311568. Itchg 12/15 HORSE FOR SALE 10 yr. old registered Ing and Saturday Iii noon. Itpd 12/15 ,'/ baths. 100' oo lake Geneva, 2V4 acres with sprinkler system 3 sunbathing

ItIO VW RABBIT 4 "door, ,diesel ,2tchg.12/15-22 Morgan gelding $500.. Call. 964-7101. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should' be submitted NEW TOYS tools, 76 Grand Prix, guns, decks located on SR 21 South of Keystone, Beautifully landscaped.

4681505. TFrw to the, Bradford County glassware, 18 ft. boat A trailer. Dec ASSUMABLE MTG. Let us show this to you today
"" CHEVY PICKUP 3/4 ton 350 Telegraph office In writing and paid In 17-i8. Sat A Sun Keith's Beauty Salon AFFORDABLE AT $53,00011023 E. Call SI.. 3BR Iii both CHAA cable ready,
engine, n.w 'Ir... $1400 negotiable"' BOATS 'advance unless credit, 10' alr.odl) .5 miles off 301 on Rd, 16. 9644088. stove, relrlg.5960 s.f.. appro. V4 acre lot.
782.3207Itchg 12/15 established with this office, Itchg 12/15 LUXURY. SPACIOUSNESS, PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT Keystone, beautiful

,M77' 14' FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT* wolk. THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD Spanlsh-style home, 3450 ..f., 10 acres, sprinkler system, 4 BR, 2% ba, formalLR

HOMES through w/s 55 Evinrude engine, with RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN PERSONALS fully equipped kitchen, Ig. FR, brick fireplace; patio pool telling fans, 2
trailer 468-1505. TFrw 'CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER car garage, new roof zoned Agri''" 2 assum. mtg. $135,000
FOR SALE EVINRUDE OUTBOARDSt new Evinrude THE TELEPHONED KEYSTONE HIS Spacious, quiet country living. 3 BR. 2 Ba, Ig..FR, klt/DR com-
outboards A trolling motors in box Classified deadline TUESDAY NOON, BANKRUPTCY $95: stops garnishments, bo, 2000 s.f., CHAA, city water, 2 septic tanks, exc, cond. Sale priced!$ 55,000
$23.000 CUTIE I' ,1988 A 89 models, dealer Invoice, poor to Thursday publication L lawsuits and bill collectors. Completepreparationn STYLISH BRICK HOME 601 Falrlone St.. 3 BR, 2 Ba, carpet, ceramic.tile CHAA
2 BR from. with central heat & air utility 100% financing available GBM Sales ,Classified display deadline is TUESDAY i of all legal 'documents.Paralegals appliances and blinds remain, ,.364..1. $ 62.000

room,carport A storage. Stove Includ 1-800-544-2850. 5 days 8, om-5 p.m.Icon 5:00 P.M.'Special Is NOT Guaranteed Classified .display Alternatives, Inc.1-BOO-444-7435 icon Legal 112$NEIL COURT BR, 1 Ba, carport, OWNER FINANCING! $ 33.000

.d. Neot as a pin A CUT TO. THE BONEI' ,U FT, LONESTAR with.50 .placement Minimum charge for classified ads isIS > LOSE WEIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS and 207 ALVAREZ CTt 2 BR, 1 Ba, frame, fenced yard $ 17.500!
for qukk sale! hp marine N.W.29th AVE: 4 BR, 2 ba stucco A frame, 20.7 acres, CHAA $ 79,400
motor, full electric with 60 words for $3.50 then 15 cents 'for KEEP IT OFF! I lost 45 lb. its 8 weeks,
RALPH BRYAN REAL1Y96.c.8878'; hrsj new trailer'with everything' 2000 each word thereafter. $1 billing charge Doctor'ecomm.nd.d. Safeeffective.Incredible BETHEL CHURCH RD; 3 BR, I ba, CB wood floors, 1185 ..f.,; 5 acres $ 60,000
FOUR ACRES'-CLOSE IN--Wlth 3 usage
'Bedroom 2 Bath from.:' only 35000.' miles,' motor' about 4 years old.' Must ,will be added 'to .each' CHARGED. NEW FAT BLOCKER., It CONERLY ESTATES;3 BR. 2 boo FP, 1800 "."., _financing $ 82,000
RALPH BRYAN REALTY. 964-8878 sell due to health reasons 964-8553.' _classified ad< Works!'3032385128., Icon' CRYSTAL LAKE furnished log cabin. 98 ft. on water,1 BR/1' Bo.;, .$ 90.000

PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frame homeon 2lpd 12/15-22: s .- G.AHAM.3/2.2.78 Ac., 1930 .. ,CHI A $ 85.000
WANTED HWY. 225:2/1 frame 3 stall barn newly rewired, 2 Ac. $ 32,500
2 Remodeled
acres. carpet.fir.plocet BUSINESS
*, screened porch), deck ( V, i i i i Hi KEYSTONE COUNTRY CLUB 3 BR, 1 Ba. 1500 ..f.1 wood frame $ 50,000
$39,500. *' LAND FOR SALE' WANTED PROPERTY RENO AREA* OPPORTUNITIESEUREKA BROOKFR:3/2 brick and frame Shady Oaks S/D, extra lot $ 44,000

RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 "" Please write P. O. Drawer 280. Starke.' MENG DAIRY .0,11012.25 acres, 3/1 CB, CHAA!; so near $ 40,000 |

CUTE AND COZY two bedroom 'frame on 100 ACRES .six room house and barn Flo. 32O9I. 4/7TF LOG HOMES* The' 'true .....LOTS A ACREAGE...,,. .
1 acre, vinyl siding' great starter Owner will finance, S2OOO/Acre CASH PAID for Power 'or Hand 'Tools.American American Dream. Your own beautifullog Lot t.GOLFAIR .01 Country Club Estates,;1.11 acres, Make. an Offer{ $ 8.700HWY.
home. $25,000.RALPH Phone 964-7771 or 9644537. 10/20TF made 'only. AI.o ANTIQUE home and exciting business, only .329 10 acres joins Alachuo County line $ 25.500
BRYAN 964-8878 CARS 964-8175'or: 4737473. .Stchg '
SHORT ON CASH" NO Down PaymentLand 24900. Available ,worldwide Information CONERLY ESTATES: Lot 12 $ 10.OOO
REPAIR EXISTING HOME and build one I Package deals on land and new ,121115.; and model locations. Call MICHIGAN STREET 2 Acres Inside city $ 10,000RD.
home this 2V4 lots.
$3,000 more down on 'owner $15,000 terrns/ mobile home with set-ups 1 ocreup. 1-800-643-8344. fcon 100 EAST:'.37 acres,wooded and platted $ 7,000

904-372-6881. 12/8-1/5 Many with 'large oaks and LAWTEY: S acres, ,OSlhAv..t/oodlnv..1menl/ $ 1$.000
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LARGE THREE BEDROOM ,'/. both home.I UNDERGROUND (No Mound,) ...pllclank.tt' MAJHEWS :REALTY RD. 100 Et 12 acres plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000

I Iin Starke. FP, CH, AC. Call after 5 p.m. J t? '.IMITIVIIAnISTCHURCH RD.t 20.16 acres, 3 wells, 2 poles $ 50.000
'.7 6-76S1. 12/STF RALPH BRYAN REAL TV. 964-8878 I [H WINDING TREE LAKE Lot 246 Fla. Frontier $ 15.OOO. |
\ 5 ACRES CLEARED $15.000 Call ,((904)-) f! 964-4469$ ,
THREE IEDROOM 2 bath CHAA. 0p' "
on 261-0032.14tpd' 12/8-29 I hEfMeA REALTOR ..;...COMMERCIAL......
i ocr.964-3321., Crawford 12/15 Rd, S37.5OO. Call ONE ACRE on DuPont Road, paved road, M hen M-llirgi\ teal l relate. why settle l for wiling the whole town,when you am IfU the_whole world? 301 NORTH 1.5 acres, MH hookup 2 bldgs.,24tf on 301, Reduced to $ 28,000 I
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S45OO. 94-3321. Itchg '2/15' WOULD 'YOU LIKE 10 BI In the'grotery business? Call lor'detail.(, .
". .. .. ." I. ?.t/ACI"a.lJt// "' Acfcka.A .Jpt'rtft'l.4.H f..n, .,1cuvA. t? lOOKINGJ OIt A DALP Two crlm. acre. SOl S., Reduced to $85.
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1.38 Ac office location.
MOBILE HOMES City! great ''t"*
directly across trorrtVVinnDixie' could be converged i'to your'needs.0: I
Classifieds Get Results! .1)17, CONCORD 3 BR, 2''/' ho. has Cltyt: SR ,100: 3.5 acres potential
SUPER COMMERCIAL! Great two story building corner Call A Walnut St.,
lot with wood from. 'commercial development
extra house area.
3198 ..,., clean excellent condition live upstairs have
HOMES A ACREAGE business downstairs. Best location! Enterprise Zone Benefits $ 60,000 '
1973 New Moon with '
12x60 approx. Gelger Rd. 2100 s.f. brick veneer; 301 SOOTH 193 ft.301 frontage $ 85,000
10 North of 105th Ave.
acres Lowtey opprox. 1 01915 acres, 4 BR, 2 Ba, CHAA THOMPSON ST 1 t.362.f.; brick Enterprise Zone, Benefits $ 80.OOO
1d [I IjljSTARKE Fleetwood 5b26.3 BR 2 89, City water A gas front porch with .w- 301 NORTH by EconoLodge 163.01'on 301 $120,000
t Bedford
CHAA acre near Lake.
HOMES ing ottchmt sunken living room, 301 NORTH approximately 150'x approx. 22O' $125,000 |
'family room with \Ig: brick fireplace, '
KADIATOR & FmHA Homes formal' dining room," central voc RENTAL ON CALL STREET I 11 I ,

.. TRANSMI SION. INC _Colley Rd. 3BR IBa. brick veneer.CHAA. system new carpet. Price reduced- APARTMENT, FOR RENT 111 I 1 "
chain link fence
Ig. yard
Owner anxious to sell(
lUutcr Ai Radiator Kejiulr -St. Clair SI.I 2 1 with''
.. BR. Ba, CHS. Unlen Ctyt 133 acre, 2700 tq.ftl
Specialist large family room. brick home. '

i I luutcr Curro WuU-r LAND After Hours
pumua e !IVrt LOTS
S.R. 100 A: Two 6.77 acre parcels. LakeBUILDING ,
(FREE Cooling Off 301 N. wooded 8.50 oc,'wwellA little 1 OOx)60 }t. lot, Anne TerwUlegar NeUon. p'.... !4', + -H., I, *'., r.., ,473-7541

: System Inspection) septic new septic tank, approved farewell, John LongfordMaster Appraiser I".o! ,.ts.f.t.r 496-2291

Lawteyt 18 acres'with 600 ft. Hwy.' power source to lot. Paulino Randolph,.,,,. ., z .'; . r.!.. t .> f 'f' .'< .'. r ,964-3160
'e uw+. Story House, Very nice .
Cornet; Yr 125 frontage, ,Remodeled recently painted, Owner Joy Thornton ?, v-v. i.' .'... .'. i. . ; ,964-4223
064-681 I laurd 51. for
301 a bit I8 Cltyt one acre an room
l ,several residential lots. lAnklousl.! Debra Connaughton '.,,. h'" .. ... .. ... . . ..9642833AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

/ 0 / 0 1 1 .Bob Mathews, Realtor Andy'Jordano Associate 1

'441 W Madison St.. StarkeUTfcAW C '



LAVERN H. OUTLAW AcceIerare d 1?e a l tp t h. :

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964-4522 Evenings Wntktndi: rb-i wy. ;S/'
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-- } avid L. Dodga, MSA. CXAs. Patty Kay Elder, MXARas. .
9645370ipalDickson 964-569 REALTORHbmesy .

Susan. M. Faulkner, GRI, CRB PresidenlEQUAL cE i : I, .I'Lots /, :Acreage r .Waterfront

HOUSING REALTOR lucllla C, Spry, '
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Eli A Faulkner /he. REALTOR .
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Located Hwy. 301 ,'2 blks. Si: of SR 100, 221 W. Lafayette St. LAKE 3BR/2A V2BA Two Story Log Home on the Water CHAA. .
II: foi R' <:<. Farm Comm iiciul Biiinos: Stove, Refrl A Dishwasher 3000 SF, Well A Septic Large Lot. ,

*MELROSft I acre has 'lake access, beautiful hamesltes. IN THI COUNTRY 4BR/2Bo Brick Living Dining Rooms Large Master I

,*1 "" ACRE build home or put mobile home on Hwy 22SA has fats of trees. T'A Few of Our Many Listings Bedroom w/Wolk-ln Closet, Large Eat..In Kitchen, Fireplace, CHAA' Well Ai .

*DEERWOODt Large 125x300 lot with 2296 s.f. brick veneer home, sunken llv., f FRAME HOME ON MORGAN ROAD excellent 2 acres with pecan trees.. I i Septic all on 1 Ac.

Ing room, only $84,900. '* ,EXCELLENT BUY In Starke, 3/1'/i CB.; only $34.000. [ WANT PRIVACY 3BR/28A CB Home Large Living-Dining Room. Family I .
*HWY Ml NORTH IM acre, $11,000. OVER 300 ACRES With 3/4 mile of highway frontage; excellent hunting.:' Room. Kitchen' w/Breakfast Nook, CHAA. Enclosed Garage, Well A Septic .

*JOINS GREEN ACRES brick veneer 1574 ..f. home. kitchen, equipped;2 por 1 mile! to Country Club. 2 miles to Starke. Only $1500 per acre. I 3 Ac. '
ches. Call for a showing. LEASE PURCHASE: Nice doublewlde on I ocr., paved road. MOVE HOUSE TO NEW LOCATION 2BR/1BA Frame'In! Good Canclillon.j:, I .
TWELVI 'A ACRE LOTS around large dug fishpond hos 2 new septic tanks ,13 ACRES HIGH A DRY pecan trees, well A septic,, $29,000. (Free M.H.) Stove A Rein $5,700. "

good Investment property. COUNTRY. CLUB blck. over 1900 ..f..lomollivlng A dining room, family room, ST. CLAIR STREET 2BR/1BA Frame, AC Unit..Space Heater I :Ireenedi '
*RIDUCEDi 4 BR, 2V* bath brick veneer, 1950 ..f.. Imagine all of this space I recreation room or extra bedroom. 2'/i baths, Jenn-AIr range, refrigerator' i Parch 112x310 Lot. 29700. .
under $50,000.CANM \ CLOSE TO COUNTRY CLUB Brick 3/2 over 1500 s.f.. 100x300 lot. $56,000. I GRAND STREET 38R/1 BA Frame: Well C Septic:2 Acres.

LOT off Santa F. lake. 'CROSBY LAKI CANAlt '100x192 wooded lot, mobile home approved,. OLD FASHIONED FRAME 4BR/1BA. Larg. Living A Dining Rooms, Porches. .

*I NICI BUILDING LOTS. GOlfVIEW.APfROX. .IN STARKI 3/1 frame, good condition. 22500.! all Around 100x420 lot w/Shode Trees, City Water Septic Tank lowtey.
8 ACRES with brick veneer home, t Ig. bed'room.,2. bath Ig.double 37 ACRES of excellent land many fruit trees fleetwood doublewide. 1 NEW RIVER-2BR/1 BA SW Mobile Home In Good Condition.Well A Septic .

HWY. 'WOULD YOU ELIEVEI 65 plus acres for only $1500! per acre. Highway.frontage.. 9.5 Acres. .
:32$, beautiful 1 acre with 1 BR. 2 bath frame home, large barn only I ALMOST NEW DOUBLEWIDC on 40 acres;. good land. $85,000.. HANDYMAN SPECIAL Two-Story 3BR/2BA CB A Frame; large. Living-

$43,900. Assumable' _rtll.... t' BRICK 4 BR, IM ba, Raiford area, on three oc,.'. [ Dining Room w/Flreploce; Large Lot.SELECTED .
REDUCED: 8.42 acre Lowtey area 4 BR, t bath., fish ,pond open barn, cut POULTRY FARM A RESIDENCE pullet farm fully equipped 'on 8 acre's, Starke.
brkk all for 65000., LANDi. 35 ACRES on paved ,road nice property, owner financing. PROPERTIES'

i..LAKE VIEW LOT $5.000. ROOMY MOBILE HOMI on 1 acre CHAA, patio very private. $23,500, ; I '.$ ACRES i Power pole A well. Owner. financing. Small down payment.
HORSE LOVERS Room to ,roam _.r'8 acres, close to town,' NEAT A CLEAN large bedroom,'large both new kitchen cabinets, only $15,500.. 3.7 ACRES Two-Story Bldg w/llvlng Area Upstairs, 6400 SF Hwy 301N.
+WATERfRONT. HAMPTON LAKE OgTTipls/ g.,1ljot pump garage. HAMPTON OAKS Beautiful brick home on 1.58 acres 2300 s.f.. excellent water. 20 ACRES SW Mobile Home w/Stove A Refrl. 2 Wells Septic, Planted
4 SIX ACRES small frame house, good Investment property. IEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME, over :2.000 tq. ft.. Crystal Lake access REDUCED. I Pines. .

*RENTALS LAWTEf: 1 BR A 2 BR opts. f! .COMMERCIAL I 49 ACRES Will Divide. Owner Financing Good Terms. Breaker.

Jones Oo/f& G/ff/ Shop 110 ACRES Will Divide. Pecan Grove, Well A Septic Owner" Financing.
Call One of Our Professionally I 1 ACRES Good Commercial Location.. Hwy. 16W. .
Specializing/ In crafts croft supplies/ ,&,gifts' ., I ACRE Zoned for Mobile Horn.

Trained Staff Today..964-5069 : High Trollle Area S ACRES Hwy. 301 South.' .
I ONI-HAir ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home.

t. .:e. These.ior'Assoc' RENTAL' BR,, I Bo, Stove & Rofrlg., $275. LAKE GENEVA Large lot 100 ft. on Water,
,After'Hours Call fates: I I LAKE LOTS Crosby A Sampson Owner Financing.

e lrn L. Faulknr.....964-5142 Call u. About LARGE AREA Of LAND Northeast Section, City.
..DarUn Godwln.) .... &1.2503 LAKE LOTS ,HOMES, ACREAGE I
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TRUCK MASTER Truck Driver All ELECTRIC HOSPITAL RED feet head, 1 BR COTTAGE near library furnished, TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 14X70. Skyline, I-3-S-10-SO ACRES or larger for sole FOR SALE
Training. D.O.T. certification. job and bed goes UP down. Excellent AC $240 ma. lake privilege, 3/2: free delivery, 1-351-8527, 4tchg New.' two bedroom, 2 bath doublewlde*'!
placement assistance.. financial aid, condition, Orthopedic mattress 4734961. 12/1: tfnchg 12/8.29 on 0". or more acres, Call 496-3939. MUST BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY 1973
available, correspondence/resident Jerome Griffl, 356-0044. or Mildred KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES lovely 2 BR, 2 .CHRISTMAS SPECIAL New 28/60. 3/3, days. 454.1595, evenings, tfn/chg Fllnstone Vega 14'><52'. with, ,odd.orl :
training accredited member NHSC. Grllfls, 964-5409. No Collect Call. 3t bath masonry home freshly pointed loaded, $22,995 Small down payment, 12/8 .room, 40'x18. $500 '(or .best offer),
Call toll bee' )-8OO-W6-31 1:J. Headquarter 12/1-13 new carpet garage, CHftA fireplace. fast credit approved by phone. Uncle. NOTHING DOWN 48 ocre 'form with Three bedroom 2 both refrigerator.
*:,Cl.orwoler, Florida Icon "" Near Golf course. $450 month. ,Coll Roy's 1-351-8514. 4tchg 12/8-29 30--. producing acre at Washington,, Move. Handyman special. Rt. 3, Box
PERSONAL SERVICES" Century 21, Broker 4734903. 4tchg' TWO MOBILE HOMES. on Deer Spring Springs Ho. 95 year old house In poor 1555A Lake Butler.Fl. 32054 (toll for
FOR SALE 11/24-12/13: lake. 1 tlnglewlde with large screened condition, wont good family with decent directions) CITICORP ACCEPTANCE CO.
CAMPER FOR RENT 30 ft. Single only porch. 1 doublewlde/ CH/A, 2 BR with Income that I I. willing to repalf contact Dale Burn 1(404)399( ) .0356.''ref.
WANT TO DRINK, Fully equipped except gas. $200 a Florida room, 473-2252. Itpd' 12/13 and maybe renovate the house with: 194.579292, 12/1 3tpd 12/13
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS At low at THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS month. 4732667. 4tpd" 12/8.29 what would normally be there downpayment HURRY ONLY TWO LEFT Three bedroom.
$14.99 per month. Call 964.6916. TF WANT TO STOP 2 BR LAKE FRONT' HOME $300 month' FARM ANIMALS and loan co.t., If this could be; 2 bath doublewlde. Only $223.74 per,
NEWSPAPER PLATESI aluminum', THAT'S OURS I plus deposit ft utilities. Twin Lake month. North Florida Housing US.90
dream _
measure 24x36" $SO each Great for Alcoholics Anonymous area off 21.... 473' -3856. 4tpd 12/8.29 your place and you con satisfy -"" West, Lake City. 755-5207. Ifchg 12/15
PIGS FOR SALE 473 0656. 1 /I.22 me, I will be bonk Call John
.. Itchy
and '*..4150 '.... ..14 your
patching repair TELEGRAPH 135. or GENEVA OAKS CONDO I BR, CH/A 111 REPO Take over payment on this
5757 '
W, Call St. 964 6305. TF pd thru 12/79 garbage disposal attic, Washer/Dryer 376 or 3764201 12/15 4tchg.' 1/5 n.w.lhr.. bedroom 2 bath home.
ALICIA HAY In roll*'under'barn. Delivery CHAIN LINK FENCEr Installed Fr..' hook-up. 475-2427. 2tchg 12/8-13 SERVICESSEWING ""*""" Loan fee and sale tax, no.down pay.
available, Arthur Gosklns, 7823727. estimates HANDY.MAN FENCE CO, 2 BR CONDO CHI A. garbage disposal FOR, SALE '",.nt. North Florida Housing US41 N,
5/26TF Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 TF attic, utility room dishwasher. Midway \ MACHINES CLEANED oiled and Lake City 752.8261. 12/15 Itchg
OAK WOOD FOR SALE 533-2474.929TFDO BULLDOZER WORKi $40 per hour. Keys ton./M.1 ros 473.2427. 2tchg adjust len.lon.ln'you' ham., Special' ,FRUIT PLANTS at Martin's Fruit Form. Ft.' ONLY ONE 14' wide; 2 bedroom; I bath
YOU HAVE ARTHRITIS Seat lift 782-3306. If no answer 782-3954 leave 12/8.15 $14.95: Repair all brands. Workguoronl..d. Whit. BARE ROOT Apples, peaches", With furniture $125 per month North
chair available through Medicare II name and numbe.825TFWELL MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Cowpen Lake. 473-7862. 12/1 tfnchg nectarines, plums, and figs $::1. Florida Housing. US41 North Lake Ci
you qualify. For more Information, call DRILLING PUMPS A SERVICE Du,- 2 BR/1BA CH/A, furnished large kitchen HOUSE CLEANING Experienced, CONTAINER GROWN pears,Apples and ty. 753.8267. Itchg 12/15
toll fr.., 1-800.458-2138.. icon rance Pump ( Supply Co., Water 4752427. 2tchg 12/8-15 reliable, have references for workingmoms S6. Blueberrfes and 53.Jopan.s. BUYING FACTORY DIRECT from Florida'.
XMAS TREES Chaos and cut live tree Systems Specialists, 864 N. Temple ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 and dads around Keystone area, pears persimmons $12.grapes,OPEN largest Fleetwood dealer, means
from :3000 hoped pin. & c.dor. 1.10 to Ave, US 301. Storke, Fl 32091. 9/8TF Bedroom\/. baths, large living room Coll Cindy 473-9059 Itchy, 12/1.22 Mon.-Sat. Closed Sundays., 497.2621, wholesale price. Order your new
Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. Mary,go 12 SU-EL RETIREMENT HOMEi Day, week, dinette, family ,room kitchen equipped CHILD CARE My 3 year old needs .J3/I 5tpd 12/29 home now. North Florida HousingUS41 .
ml N. on Hwy 125, watch fo,' signs long term stay 468-2619. 1117TFCONNI'E overhead Ion, air conditioned playmates 473-0845: 2tchg'. 12/B.15, SHELLED PECANS Call 4963363., 12/8 2t .North-US90 West; lake City.
CLOWN EMPORIUM Having a hardwood dock RESPONSIBLE MOTHER of two will '
259.7703:4tpd 11/24-12/15 floors, laundry ft chg 12/15 755.5207 or 752-8267 tehg 12/15
JUST 'IMAGINE YOUR FRESHEST party? Need a clown or California facilities $375 month, $375 deposit babysit In my home, References MENS BIKE ,like new. 1..p.ed.large: : SHINY NEW ItBf Two bedroom' 1 bath
.CHRISTMAS TREE WREATH ever direct ,Raisin? Call for Information and appt: 473-2919 12/15 tfnchgON available. HRS registered Reasonable tires, maroon paint, large seat. $50 Flettwood.: Only $133.04 per month.
to your door1.' UPS from my plantationIn 298S.. Open 9 a.mi-5 p.m, Man-Sat' LAKE GENEVA Efflcl.ncy..tudlo rates 4733732 3tchgl21S29DOORS Powells 496.3377..lIpd.. 12/15 North Florida Housing US90, West,
4tpd 11241215HOUSECLEANING apartment furnished laundry and Lake City. 7S5.52Q7.lchg.. 12/J5
Blue Ridge Mountain, Virginia. Freecolor DRAGGING FLOORS SAGG
brochure. l.eoo.443-TREE. FOR HOLIDAY 'dock facilities. Utilities furnished.$273 ING HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call HELP WANTED ,
.PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR CHANNEL CAT SEASON OR GENERAL Reasonable.From monthly plus $275 deposit. 473-2919.' LaRue ,leveling Service ''for all your ,HOMES FOR SALE '
5.9 call 964-3406 from 8 : .
FISH or catch your own. Jl.50 Ib.., $1.75 p.m. or 12/15 tfnchg.KEYSTONE foundation repairs Keystone. "
a.m.-5 call 964 12/8-15:
3172. 2t
m. -
p .. EXPANDING One full time dependablewoman.
Also 7721: 7/9TF
fingerling for locking SEWING MACHINESt All ,mok.s, and CLUB ESTATESlloy.ly 2 BR, 2 Day 'shift, .$4 ,hour. LeCanto GOVERNMENT HOMES from. $1 (U
ponds. For .more Info 964-6471, Hwy models cleaned oiled and adjusted bath masonry home, freshly painted Tofu Call: 496.3714. or 496-3698, 12/15 repair):' Delinquent, to. property;
100 South' behind Pin. Tree' Inn. 2tchg $15. 19 years experience.' All work. new carpet garage, CHftA.'fireplace FO'R' SALE Itchg, Repossessions Call 1 1(805)687( ) -6000,
12/8-IS guorant..d. Hwy 233 1 )16 (Morgorv, Near Golf course $450 month, Call ext GH-L136.'' for current ,repo list
SHELLED PECANS IN HALVES: SS.'pound Rd.). Call 964.8733 for house call. Century 21 Breaker 473-4903. 4tchg" :SPINET PIANO $500. Coll 473-3183: oft. .' 11/17 8tpd 1/5 ,
dried 96 2666.. 2tchg 12/15-22 11/10TF 11/2412/15 It p.m. 4tchg 12/1-22 FOR RENT,, .
OAK FIREWOOD for tale. Cut split. $35 CARPETS STEAM ; I .
.CLEANED 39,95 p.r' SINGER AUTOMATIC Makes buttonholes NOTICE ., '
for pickup truck. you haul. Richard ,room 2 room minimum. 5 'rooms, MISCEllANEOUS / decorative pattern and much
5332632. Itchg 12/15 special $44.75. Price good thru Dec. more Cost $689 will sacrifice, $150. '
FOR SALE Piano S7SO.: Organ $350. 20. We In Teflon 473.7862. 12/8 tfnchg HOMES Near schools water and CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted '
pro PACK RAT Buy. sell and trade collectible .sewer furnished.Call 496,2020, after 5
964-6945. Itpd 12/15 t.Clo,. Stain & odor removal, waterdamage Items and antiques, Used furniture, USED SEWING MACHINES $50 and up. 12/15 12/22'' ? to the Union County.Times,of.
2tpd. '
JENNY UNO BABY RED with mattrek*. and carpet ',epol... Call glassware, (jewelry and much more. Straight stitch zig lag:automatic Coil p.m. lice In writlngond paid, In advance
$80; Sear, Bonn.tt .dresser S40.. .9644485 '.7\< o.m.-6 p.m. Man.Frl.: Come see for yourself. On. mile east Swindell 473.7862. 12/8 tfnchg tWO BEDROOM (UNFURNISHED HOUSE unless''credit, ,is already established'
..,964-4684..Itchg 12/15 964.8961 7 a.m.-6 p.n>.96< -6961 after 6 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. MUST SELL Single bed?.' wood headboard across from IBMS. $225 monthly with this office" .
p.m. 3tchg tfnchg ; Available 12/19 For Info col 964 8602
) ,
lie 10/12. 201 W, Mimosa. Dr., SPECIAL, We will SISTER SOPHIE Reader ft AdYI.er. Advice "single bed box springs, $25: ''doubleb.d after 6 ; RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES 'IN
961-2342.Itpd 12/15 pressure wash any single story home ', on all problem of life; business,. headboard, $IQ; girls bike needs: p.m ,(mm (,f CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
SEVERAL ITEMS, exercise bike;'t toddle $39.95,; singlewidemobile home love, h.alth'jobs| Sp.clalr.odlng. tires seat and sprucing up $20.;' Call MOBILE HOME OUTSIDE RAIFORD1 clly/ THE TELEPHONE.
.eoU Ilk. new, 54!)- older set. encyclopedias $19.95; doublewides $34.95., Carports 782.9802. 2tpd 12/8 19 473.2210 or 173.3756. 12/8 tfnchg limits. Furnished :3 .BR,., 2 both','add" Classified deadline :Is MONDAY; J ,""
$15. ...68.1710.ltchg 12/15 'rools awnings, windows: screens,. S HP GO-CART i V Newly rebuilt engine tional front & back screened porch'AC P.M., prior to Thursday publication.
WALNUT PIANO, excellent $600 or best offer; Cqn b. seen,at 208' removal. Coll 964,4485 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. CARS-TRUCKS-BOATS 12/8-22 drive 5250 monthly, $200 deposit then 15 cents for each word thereafter

N. Cherry St. Itchg 12/15 or 96.01-8961 after 6 p.m. 3tchg 12/1-15 '' LEBARON' USED ENGLISH SADDLE with blanket,' 431- 568. Itchg 1205ImLPw
DOORS Inilde ( outlde, ..om.pr.hung. WORK WANTED mobile home Iron and leather, $100 OBO, 473.7619
: skirting ft n.wl NOW
cassette, PS 4 speed, n.w paint RENTING
inside :
light out
pot '
brick, stone, stucco. Call 4734021.. 3tchg
clutch. $1500 OBO. 473-7619 2tchg
lamp, chandelier, n.w Bolenj mower Raymond Forsythe. 2tpd 12/8.15 HOME LITE 330 chain saw with 20 Inch
12/1.22 1 & 2 Bedroom
& bagger, oak tri-view medicine MARSHALL'S HANDYMAN SERVICE, 1972 DODGE % ton crew cab pickup. 4 blade; '66 station'wagon, need work NTED
cabinet, 3 small vanities. assorted minor ham. repairs. Call 964-4977. tic speed. 318, V-8.-Runs $895. but have ports, $100 1 ; fuel oil tank and. Apartmentse
hardware, locks floor tile ft trim patio D-11782. 2tpd 12/8.15 1213HOMES $40 Worth of /fuel $90. 473-0463 after 5. CASE WORKER IN '
swing, large GE ref rig., top freezer, JACKSON CLEANING SERVICE: Get "' 73.4681.lchg .2tchg 12/8.15' Under New Management
many other Items, mostly new Thurs. &, ready for the holidays I Let us come Irv(. BAR STOOLS cement benches, 3 piece .nnAD OnDIUNION AREA e Wall to Wall Carpet
Frt only back of Brown' Trailer Pork and clean your home no |lob too big or FOR SALEFOR wicker set, couch 9X12 loop rug, double e Energy Efficient
301 South 21/ mile*. Itchg 12115. too small. Inside general cleaning, outside bed 4732252. Itpd 12/15'' Will require a BA or BS in a
PRESSURE' TREATED LUMBER 2x6x10 pressure washing. Free estimate: SALE OR RENT Lake Hutchinson TANDY 1000 EX COMPUTER and color human services related field and ,e Central Location,Between
,$3.35, 2x6x14. $...99. Good grade. No.1 '782.338. 3tchg 12/8-22 Keystone Heights. 3 BR, 3 BA living'room monitor, like new, $550; TRS 80 matrix., 4 related Starke and Gainesville
or b.tt.r; Metal roofing, vinyl siding PECAN SERVICES machine harvesting overlook lake. Olllce,. printer, $60;, French Provincial desk: years experience or ,e F.M.HJV. Subsidized
plywood. Compare prices Fr.. cracking shelling ft orchard workshop ciarage, kitchen ho* all appliance vanity and chair needs refintshed. licensure as a LPN Send resumo
delv! w.,,5S.2624.' 7 mi. S. a'Stork.on. maintenance Also custom tractor service *, washer ft dryer In utility $35.: Rattan coffee table and three end to Audrey Kocrncy,Personnel e Equal Housing OpportunityFOR
;301 Stephen Smith lumber. 12/lS! available. 961-3210.Itpd 12/15 room. Rent or purchase $685 per tables 550. 475.2392. Itchg 12/15'' Office BradCord-Union-Putnam MORE INFORMATION 1.49
, _,. __, ,. month. Available Feb. 1989. Brian Gor-
. dbi UL"oIl aI I I' ? r 1r1.'U' v. .! .
. LEER TRUCK TOPPER for short wheelbase
SEVERAIyly: \!! f "e.. 'b't[ Y flit .lob :sr>.'<. n.'106.587-6351.9rpd 12/1-1/26 Dodge or Chevy. Used once, cost Guidance Clinics,Inc.,P.O. Box call WALDO
.old TED
ol 'I,1IELP'W 399,Starko,FL 32091 46S-1971 T
$350, will/ sacrifice $200. Dad will love
wheels), washpots, crosscut saws, hay 7i VILLASMONNA
rake, Iron pot, bottle, |lara, crock, HELP WANTED Christmas 473.3559. 3tpd 12/15.29, .
tools, furniture, more. See Clifford ADVERTISINGSALESPERSON *
Thompson. 1V4 mile East of Collation COSMETOLOGIST wonted with followIng PETS FOR SALE
on AlA. 879.4253.. 3tpd 12/1-15 .- Full or port.11m.. ,473. -7260 or NUGENT
SEAT LIFT CHAIRSt you're a Medicare, for the Bird Dog. ApplyIn 4730289. 2tpd 12/8.15 PUppy FOR CHRISTMAS Small bred e.. Realtor-Assoc. t
recipient with a qualifying condition. Bradford' PART-TIME live-irt;ode{ ; Call McRae Well hold It til Christmas Eve, $30 1025 N. Main SU,
call ,toll free number for more Informa person Retirement Home for appointment each. Phone 473.3334 Itchg 12/15 IB: High s. FL '
tion. 1-800-445-4174.' fcan Telegraph. 135 W. Call 4732881 Itchg 12/15 '; '. MiNI-LOP' RABBITS '$15. Great BOB WHITE J 32643 I IAtAUQlte

St.. Starke '. Christmas gift. 473-2917.' Itpd 12/15 REALTY ,
'24-Hr.. Service

,GLORIA'S MUSIC HOUSE (studio) Bob White
Office: ((904)) 454.S0LD ((7653)) : iIiome t

Moving to; orfrom, Gainesville? Let us help With our Multiple '
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fingerUps.,Just look at some. of these great. deals.'Call us for
more detAils.

YOU HOOK- YOU COOK! Daycare Center 3 BIt, 1 BA Home Lake Access
Lake ,
Facilities with, Sampson
Hand-Fed; Channel Catfish" r' J 4BR. 2 BA 2-story In Comer Town lot On J 2BR. 1 BA'

< FARMERS HOME home In city .$10500.o Mobile Home.
H Fish '
Triple ADMINISTRATIONHome 'Urnlts. $87.500 $22,900.00


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550 Naha Street LAKE BUTLER aPARTmEnTS

David Lawspn I Keystone Height. FL '
'Minimum price: $41,000 / Now toklng applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom unlt"These

This attractive 3 BR 11/2 ba brick'veneer is all-electric; units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have'

.964-419$ located in the city close to schools and wall-to-wall carpet crapes and kitchen appliances. On-tlte laundry
available for qualified applicants.For .
facilities. Rental assistance
:churches. This home has been repainted: .

and is in excellent,condition. application and' information '
Please lee us at GJ:

1005 SW 6th street .
Bradford'Properties' FINANCING AVAILABLE.To lake Butler Fl( 32054' "
m. l qualified FmHA Program applicants, Or Call 496-3141] "

&:Investments: Inc. nothing. down,33 yrs.9.5'J APR with interest ,
credit subsidy available.

) Suzanne Kitchens ,CONTACTYour Now Leasing
( Broker
'Lie. Real
Local FmHA Office at
;. Forest' Park Apartmj ts
2463 S.R.16W"Suite A' .

", I Green Cove Springs, FL, An rparimciit complex designed! for moderate -,'" .. .......
'. Income families. No rental assistance. .-.
reasonablypTfcect'3 BR 1 ba home, fencedIn 904-284-9841 Q'' '.
,-Nice starter available, Attractive 1 &.2 DR/I Ba apts.. ,!!f < ':c.f"
yard quiet neighborhood. _=:I range, refrigerator, carpet central heat & air; \ :..f. .

.DUo and laundry. Free water sewer &
Cozy home ready to move Into,.3 BR 2 ba." 8.1Tordable. on fnrbagc. Rent $185 -'$220 rnlnlmum-Two
only $51,000! 5 handicapped avail. I
over 21/2 acres: complete apartments
I ,' Infonnation/AppUcatlosu _
2 ba. fireplace on 5 Forest Park ApvtmenU 778 NE 1st Street. Lake butler.1152f &I
living. 3 BR.
: .
Lease/purchase country PINE FOREST APARTMEJNTSNow ((904)406- 438 E.II. acres, stocked fish pond, enclosed.fence..

$3.600 per: acre., 5.71 acres. Union.Counly1ASSOCIATES Accepting Applications for N,

2 &3 BR Apartments.Starting.. ate, $195.. FOR SALE BY OWNER

.Lane Londo -Steve RIpley Mlchael Cauan CH/A FUlly Equipped Kitchen e Cable Ready One &Two Acre Mobile Home Lot ....$3.50O and Up

Clarice Stephens .New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham.......$40.000.

1330.W. Madison Street EQUAL '200 Acres: near Theressa...._..$l.OOO acre -
Starke-. 964-6312 l'@r I HOUSINGOPPORTUNITY Beautiful lake total? On paved road In Hawthorne $25.000 and Up
'. Building; Lot In Smokerlse Subdrvlslon..Keystone $5OOO I
Mon-Pri9-5PM. e ... "-.. .
2 Lots and Mobile Home.....Keystone. $22,500

Elixson Wood Products Inc. e 2.0OO SQ. Ft.Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo' I
TORRENT -.. q" J I
S 3r 2 Homes 2 miles north of Starke 3 BR 1 BA. completely furnish' ,; .
f '
i Cypress Mulch .. Pine Bark : ; .-:: FOR SALE" : $500/Mo ,? 'V*':" e 0(.
Fill Dirt/ Soil Ocala National Forest hunting & fishing retreat on' .: :. J'
: Top I
You Pick Up or We Deliver Rodman Reseivotr.: ..:. $25.000 < -. .
toads 'of Llmerock" + '
),}Large'or'.Small, ; lt' BRADFORD LAND lit: CATTLE COMPANY ,

'We Also. Have Red Heart Cypress'Lumber > "i(.:'"Tractor, 'Work Backhoe! ? '* Bulldozer,;,,' .Ronald E. Newman. Sr.

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.. '. Sensible, Tips for Christmas ShoppingDuring I

I [ Starke Area Ads J .

the holiday'season,, not increasing in January.
retailers make It easy for consumersto Therefore it is not a good idea to+
spend money to their hearts' defer all your Christmas paymentsuntil

FOR RENT HOMES ,. .... desire. The problem is that many next month
MOBILE people shop without regard 'for \the Also,'try to give INEXPENSIVE
FOR SALE "..'*""!l consequences. GIFTS. The December issues of
HOUSE FOR RENT Crosby: Lak. Shores ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: central -- io ..;: Offers "shop now; no payments many magazines contain good ideas
$300 per month 818. -887.8729. ltd. heat and air close In, good neighborsat ONI ACRE LOTS with mobll.' homes until 1989."' "Instant credit." and for gifts and baked goods to( make at
12/122 a small apartment complex. One Several choosefrom. "on sale this weekend only" fill home. You also might want to'consider
Into Id
LOW, RENT EFFICIENCY ROOMS quiet, trained pet allowed 9648601. 12/BTF ready. to move less malls and stores throughout Florida giving family members
financing Payment
clean no roach. .*. utilities paid no IAWTEY APARTMENTS: now taking 'op-- down from during this time of the year. Even "coupon" books ''redeemable for
than Low
for 1 ( 2 bedroom rent payment;;
children or p.,6..5681.. 4tcha plication. apart. 511.500.964..238.. 10/27TF the most disciplined consumer may household chores.
121.22EXTRA ments., CH4A. fully quipped kitchen, .. have difficulty the Another point to
782.3531'New management', ONI ACRE WITH MOBIL HOME dbl car.pot. passing up important
ClEAN: recently r.mod.l.d; drapes ,
2 BR 2 ba furnished! "bargains. remember is DON'T FORGET TO
8R. 1 ,. Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/15TR ; fully pecan
fenced bgthh.se back yard, nice pump neighborhood' carport i pear trees Appraised, at $27,500 If you tend to spend too much on PAY YOUR BILLS. Many peopleare
tale $23.000, 225 shopping December'scash
Bayle to
$325 per month 'leaie t depoilt estate Hwy ( your holiday lips tempted spend
964.8073. 631 W,: Frond St 12/UF HELP WANTEDGENERAL Hwy). 4 mile South of SR 100, 3 miles, despair Here are some valuable on gifts instead of on their mon-
THREE BEDROOM. I bath frame hour on I North of SR 16, Etlote of. E.S. Qliver. to keep in mind while you shop. thly bills.As a result,most creditorssay
,Clark Sf. 964.8404.. $200 monthly, ;ltchg FREIGHT HAULING Commercial 9Q4.471.1245.4tpd. 11/24. 12/13 First, SET A BUDGET. The big late payment penalties and
'12/t-15 Transport needs 6wnep/operators. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL) :n.w 28x60 32. gest pitfall of holiday shopping Is impulse repossessions. are highest during the'
LAKEFRONT If need will many,options, loaded. 22995. Small ---- buying. Consumers find it holiday season.
CONCRETE HOUSE: 2 BR, 1 you training we train you. fast east
... DO, fireplace, kitchen appliances, Including You will operate your'own tractor If down payment. Uncle Roy, credit.351.8514.approval. 4lchg byphone Sean Douglass Brantley to overspend now because they don t Remember jt's never too soon to
!washer a dryer carpet, CHSA: you don't have one Commercial 12/829 have to face reality until next start planning for next year. One
large laundry room, located on Star Transport offers a. purchase program TAKE OVER PAYMENTS! 14x70 Skyline Brantley Completes month. Instead, it's a good idea to good way to save money is to join a.
loHe Hawthorn., 20: minutes "from that we think is on. of the best In the 3':?, free delivery; agent 1.351.8521 take a look at your financial situation Christmas Club at your bank, savings .
Gainesville. $478. month first, lair S Industry; If you or.21 or over and think 4tchg ))2/8.29 Naval TrainingSean before you shop, \then make sure. '& loan association or credit
security required. No p.... Mon.Thurs you may qualify', call for a complete Information Douglass Brantley, son of you stay within your limit. union. Each week you put in'some
(days). 904"781 .6449, evenings package. Call weekdays" toll Doug and Emily Brantley of Orlando Next, MAKE A LIST and stick to it cash, and shortly before Christmasyou
904-786 8648; Fr1,-Sun.. Hawthorne free -BOO-348.2'7' ask for operator has recently graduated from the
,when If find
904.481.4359. 2tchg 12/8.15 97 Commercial Transport Is a divisionof ******** you shop. you can't an receive your money-- plus
,Naval Training Center. item on your list. don't add a interestto to help finance your'holiday -
MOBILE HOMES: 2 BR, ) balh'with., air northAmerican Van Llnei, a Norfolk the Sean
Prior to joining Navy, substitute until cross the first shopping. One drawback of
and Covered mile Southern
conditioning patios 1 Corporation subsidiary.can ,
had achieved the rank of Life Scout
item off.Another. these accounts howeven they
4/14TF and Armed
to downtown Slarke 964.7498. CRUISE SHIP JOBS Now hiring men
TWO BEDROOM unfurnished house, women. Summer and, career opportunities and was a member of his ROTC unit rule of thumb is LIMIT ,typically earn very low interest. But

CH8A. $225 per month. 964.8848 or. Excellent pay plus world, Forces. drill team. CREDIT CARD USE. Especially they are a way to force yourself
eves 473.3627, 12/8TF travel. Hawaii, Bahamas Caribbean, .. Sean will be visiting his paternal ,with the extra credit available to( 'save. ,
TWO BEDROOM mobile home, excellent ,etc CALL; NOW) ((206)) 7367000 exi. grandmother, Mrs. Freda Edwardsof consumers during the holidays The best advice for holiday shoppers
location, furnished or unfurnished. 10SC. fcan Daniel'CompletesRecruit Starke, before reporting to the shoppers find it tempting charge is BE SENSIBLE. By makingsure
$200 month, plus $100 deposit ,ATTENTION HIRING I Government jobs, Training carrier USS Forrestal Mayport their cards up to the limits. your Christmas list is affordable -
964.8704. Itchg 12/15 your area $ O'569.85. Call 'Naval Base, Jacksonville., Remember, if you're like most your holidays (and the rest of
FURNISHED APARTMENTr, '1 1' bedroom, 602.838-8885 ext. ,R3493, 4lpd12X22 Navy Seaman Recruit Clyde S. Flondians'your salary probably Is the year) will be happier.
clean, quiet Adults only, Houck Apts .V12 Daniel, son of Donnie S. and GingerP.
'964.2358. 2tchg 12/8-15 HOMEWORK!"Spare >lme. Paint lovely' Daniel of Lake Butler, has com- Reggie CrUQlCompletes
UPSTAIRS 2 BR furnished apartment.prlvat. folk art building shap.Mwhch! form toy pleted recruit, 'training at Great
entrance No pets. $175 month; village of houses,, library town hall, Lakes, Ill.During Basic
964.2796. Itpd 12/15 etc No experience neresnry; hove Daniel's eight-week training Reggie Crum. son of Mr. &; Mrs. CECILIA A. BALDRIC: M.D.' ,
FOR RENT: 3 BR house.,CHSA, screened entire family help you.'We pO"JOI520, cycle, he studied general Oliver Crum, .hair completed basic I
porch 1 3/" bath. No'p.t.' ,9645356. for each set of 11 toys military subjects designed to training and 13 weeks of A School at '
Itpd 12/15 ding to Instructions and reimburse your prepare him for further academicand the San Diego, Calif., Navy Training PEDIATRICIANannounces '
3/2 HOUSE IN 'TOWN with pool ,$400 shipping costs..Send u.S...* weekly on-the-job training in one of the 'center. .
month' $250 security 964.6945. 'Itpd earn$100, Send us 10 sets weekly, get
,,Navy's 85 basic fields, Crum, a 1988 graduate of of.
12'15 o check for 5200 Our homework Daniel a 1988 graduate, Union High School, will be returning home the recent opening
[ ,
Starter package includes all the objectsIn '
,County High School. Friday Dec. 16 for 28 days. !He will
$175 month $100
plus .deposit the and color scheme for
toy village her Starke Office
I.468.1857, 4tchg 12/15-1/5 each part, To register Into then be stationed at the Mayport ,
program. '
FURNISHED APARTMENTt $200. .'per Send your name address, and $20 .Naval Station. in Jacksonville ,

:month.68.185-1.. plus, 4tcha$100 12/15-1/5' deposit Call registration of painted fee toys(refunded you send on secondset us) to? ,Harold Mitchell ,Primary Specialty: Newborns & Children

FOUR BEDROOMS;2 baths, carport.utility Daniel Rowan; 3 Golf Center Suite Completes Basic' '
Adult Medicine
room,''concrete block & brick: lOOf ,368.5338. Hoffman Estate,. IL 60195. Navy Seaman Recruit Harold Milchell -: SSgt. Mary Knight Goes, Secondary Specialty:
Thomas St,. Stark._Coll 964.6184 for Itpd 1215DOCTORS "
son of Joyce A. and Harold ;tTp Washington Meeting
appointment HUD'' recipient' ASSISTANT NEEDED:':46 hour, Sr.of has completed -,' Accepts:
welcome, $400. per month; $200 Mitchell \ Hampton Staff Sgt.Mary H, Knight recently:
secure'! week send
For Interview
resume to recruit training at Great: 'attended the Assn. of the ,United' .
Itpd 12/15 Blue Cross/Blue Shield P.P.C. Insurance
ty deposit P.O. Box 190, Slarke. .Fl, 32091 2tchg, Lakes ,
DESERT: ISLE MOTEL: weekly rates for 2 121/5-22" 111During'Mitchell's. States Army annual meeting. in. '
$70 alsomobile home eig Washington D.C. and Medicaid Insurance
persons ; parkIng TRAIL RESTAURANT IAWTEY Is taking
space .for rent. 782-3332, 2tpd., ,applications for cooks. Experienced or training cycle; he studied'' general The' meeting. annually attracts .
12/15.22 Interested personsapply' in military subjects Including seamanship some 20,000 soldiers;' sailors .
FARM HOUSE: 2 BR furnished lots of only, 2tchg 12/1522 close order drill, Naval History' .airmen, marines cadets, ,andcivilians :
breathing room close to, Starke. ROUTE SALES REPRESENTATIVE: Arotex and first aid. to the nation's capitol to attend Mon. Fri. 1-4; Saturday Call if Emergency
468-2374. 2tchg 12/15-22 Services Inc.. a division of ARA Services A 1988 graduate of Bradford HighSchool seminars and workshops hosted
MOBILE HOME: 2 BR. air, refrlg, stove' the largest service organization, ,(he joined.the Navy, in July, by top level spokesmen.Such ,864 N. Temple venue, Suite A
private drive In pines. picnic area In the world Is the leading textile r.nr 1988. items as military doctrine (Across from Pizza Hut).
$175 mdnth first 8 last 3 1/4 'minutes tal and maintenance company notion technological 'advances and hard
from Starke. Hwy ,301, Al. young, wide, Currently, we are seeking a Harold Young Reports ware improvements 'were 964-3295 '.After Hours:
964.6918Itpd 12/15 home; 'Rote Sales Representative to be bass 'To Guantanamo Bay ,highlighted during this year's 7552441,7522689GRIFFIS
STATE EMPLOYEES; need close to .
edat our LOCATION facility. 'This Fireman'Recruit Harold D. meeting ,
work? W.' have clean mobile Navy "
your homes available. 468.1323. 10/8 TF growth position has tales and serviceresponsibility Young, son of Catherine R. Filer of Knight is the niece of Mr.. & Mrs.

FURNISHED ROOM with air.oil utilities, Ideal, candidates within will an be assigned area.. Lake Butler, recently reported for Willie Berry of Lawtey and is a per "
aggressive Naval Station in Guan- sonnel records specialist with Head-
paid From $37 SO weekly. Magnolia responsible Individuals with the ability duty at 5
Hat.ll Walnut St. by Post Office. TF tanamo Bay, Cuba. quarters. Total Army Personnel
to perform In fa.t.poc.d environ
THREE EDROOM. 1'/, both clean,'closeto ment. For information and consideration A 1987 graduate,of 'Union County Agancykm -Ale slsnd..u.Va. &IeiIHI -. ..
prljort. Call 68-1323.. 6/9TF an this sales and service position, High School, he joined the Navy in, .1971 graduate of' Bradford High, Gas'Serving
contact: Holiday Inn 1250 W University November 1987.
extras. rea.onabr.nt./ PINES,
Ave. ,Gainesville, Fl. Billy Brown
496. -2366, SR 121 Lake Butler 7/WF will be accepting applications

,,12/1920. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We are on. .
equal opportunity employer m/f/h., DAY TREATMENT
Itchg 12/15. PROGRAM AIDE. ,FOR SALE 1941 ;
.., No Down Payment North Florida Since
needed to Instruct clients in
Handi-House. NOTICE! the activities of daily living New furniture' ANNOUNCES OUR i

C&C Mini-Storage Did You Sell Your Property? kill*. AA or.high school wholesale prices direct
Garages 964-8848 Receive diploma with 2 yrs. experience PROPANE GAS HOMEOWNERSSPECIAL
e Do YOU Payments On a from NC
factory. living I
Greenhouses Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? In teaching, recre.tlonaloccupational ,. ,

Storage Bldgs. Wouldn't You Rather fiave AlL health or room suites, lounges,, !! i
Cash Now? ,rehabilitation required. Apply recliners, financing
TO I S. Across Call Fred Farrisworth for Details18OO5454991 atBradfordUnionPutnam
available with '
From : Guidance Clinic 945 Grand i
KOAWalmart/ St. Starke. credit.,Phone 964-7628. !
Lie. Mtg. Broker Inverness. FL '






atBoogie's (Up to 40 Feet of Material)
AFFORDABLE! Experience preferred,but not required.' OF YOUR ENTIRE GAS

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603 East Call Street, Starke. Club GAS LINES "'.

H' 922 Camp E.Blanding Brownlee Rd.St. Stereo equip., 'tables, GUARANTEED'LOWEST TANK INSTALLATION. IN

''Starke,fl.32091 G.. Gray Flynn, DMD: '-IOIISfI.8W chairs, freezer. NORTH FLORIDA

964=7133: microwave antiques ,records clothes GALL TODAY .


family.. Train'I much much more.

mtn to be e

laundryantllarp' ,SECRETARY! TRAVEL AGENT (LP-GAS) 376-4677
301 North Starke
playground LJ f.SEC/RECEPTIONIST TOUR GUIDE 1/2 mile ''north of 1511 NW 2nd St.

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964-5650 for
Income If you Qualify resident training National Train on lye airline computers INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
'headquarter Pompano BCh Fl.! Home study and Resident Training more information.
FIINANCIAl AID AVAILABLE Nan Hdqtrs., Pompano Bch.Fla

PUMP'& SUPPLY 1 800 432 3004: I '
Accredited Member 310 S. Lawrence Blvd. ,;
NHSC Keystone Heights. FL 32656 ',: : '
\crrfdltrd Member NHSC) #" .
Well DrillingRotary '.' '473-7256, '. .. f
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c Pumps: ,
607 Bradford Court in Starke "A Full Service Law Firm" ,:

All *lz 5 Attorneys & 2 Paralegals 'l

Applications for ,

immediate occupancy ate 'Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions. :' ,:

being accepted: a 1 & 2 Trial Work) .Wills. &Probate. Social Security Disability. 1. ,

0 BR apartments/ Monthly, Insurance Law,; Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses. .

payments from $220 plus 'Workers Compensation.' Criminal Law (DUI -. Felony :f.'

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM'For utilities, Handicapped Misdemeanor,- Juvenile). Corporate and Business Law. 'F'
available' '
units Are also
Your Plumbing Ports Rental information. apd State or Federal Court. Zoning. Administrative& ;pt; .
Governmental Landlord
Law. Tenant. Construction Law.
'964-7061 Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law. ? ,'
available: ,at the Rental,
Adoptions Non-Profit ,Religious & Chartible Organizations.
Office 607 Bradford
864 N..T.mpf.1v.... Stark ? ;-
Court, StarkeMotsFri.
Nights ft Wk.nd. 9-5:30 p.m.Call 964-6216 NO CHARGE'o'OR INITIAL CONSULTATION

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Auxiliary Honors Hospital Staff... ." ;

Members of the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary hosted the doctors and (
employee' of Bradford Hospital for the organization's annual Christmas
Tea last Friday. Dec.: 9.Mrd. .
.Majorle Thomson (III seated at the tea service,Auxiliary member
t taking part in hosting the team (l-r) are Mrs. Wilma Clark, Mrs. Mabel
NesSiuith Anna Felos Wllnla King, Jtanni' Biggs Midge Frick Betty ,
Warren Sharon Games, Annette Griffin. Louie Bell Parks and Sophie
Kimutls. ,', .


:;:>'' r'

Board of Realtors.
from page SB'' "

.and fosters repeat business. listing service. i ,
A multiple listing service-has yet i, \\t> '
I '\ / .: to be established in Bradford and 'The 82 realtors and their'guests
w rr..a ": ." Union Counties. Cutts offered 'his ate a filet mignon dinner catered by
-- assistance in setting up a, multiple Keith Gillingham. .

I Registration Continues at SFCC-Starke G"'ET'BD' WITH' ,, :.),.: .",

Registration is continuing for the elude class piano and a jazz dance is teaching: Psychology of[ Social : .i.>,;r.:; :
1989 Spring Term at the Starke class to be taught by Dance Alive Behavior''and Human Growth and GULFPKLDESUPER ,..' ., ,. : "'.
the SFCC resident dance She will 1 :: \,I';.
Center of Santa Fe Community Col company: Development., also put on a, ," (
lege. In addition to basic classes in play in Play Production, a three- I ,' .
Classes begin January 9 and run to Math, English, Science, History, credit course. '
May4. Social Sciences and Humanities, the Evening classes of interest include' 9' ) L : {'QJWhj "l JtM ;", ";'}" .
schedule includes businessclasses Dr. McFadden's Introduction to '""\ ', :
Regular registration hours are. in Accounting, Management, Ethics and Chuck McKeown's Prin- ,' ,:', kW,; : ,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily Business Math and Business Law. ciples of Management. Assistant ', '.j."li(!1 1"I",I\,;' I
Early registration: Is up for' the Computer classes include Introduction State Attorney David. Giant will PREMIUMMOTOR '" ...:\ '"I
record 48 classes offered this Term to Computers and Computer teach Business Law. Oulf prid :'. ., W
and Dr. Bernie McFadden, Starke Programming taught on the Computer Spanish and Art Fundamentalsare fup.r Oulfprid.. ... ",;,,fF (,.!
Center Coordinator says he is look-i .Lab's "user friendly'. IBM' other classes of general interest 4.Ir fup.r Pr.n+fu,. '
Ing forward to a.record enrollmentthis .PCs. ''and, open to the public. OIL
winter. For more information please .call,
New classes of,special Interest! }]In- Popular Professor April O'Connell' 964-5382. 11"

Insurance Class ____

,Set ,At SFCC "

The Santa Fe Community College
coverage;. The Department's Divi- ..Starke Center 4s planning to offer in
Tourism. : ., sion of Tourism expects to'Vacation distribute, Starke the Property and Casualty, Give your engine the best, and you'll get the best from your engine.
'approximately Guides, free oC''charge 500,000 throughoutthe Insurance ,class required by the Gulfrride Super Premium lOW 140 and lOW 130 motor oils are '
from .
page 18 State Insurance Department foranyonewishing'to formulated with ZDP of the anti-wear
'If U.S.. specially ,one toughest agents*, J
,take the' state
"For"more 'information about, licensing exam. j' Keep your engine running smooth. Get (Tulfpride Super,Premium
effective ,""said advertising in the Florida Vacation '"
program Brantley. The course Includes 240 contact motor:oil. -
"The tourism industry is able to ,Guide, write to Worth International hours and would run for'''approx
target its advertising in the Guide to Communications Corporation Official imately'five months, beginning in
potential Florida'visitors who have Florida Vacation Guide, P.O. February Present plans call for the '
requested vacation information Box 69-3780, Miami, Fl.' 33169, or'' class to meet Tuesday and Thursday REGISTER OIL. COMPANY ,INC. :
about the state.'t phone 305/653-0123. .evenings and all dav Saturday. -
advantages The Division of Tourism Is also 308 S'. Thompson Street 964-5888
Brantley noted that one of the Anyone interested in taking the insurance
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t':,,( I,:' Recent Arrests stolen property for the same offenseas Martin Carl Thornton, 28, was arrested Traffic Court pay 12025. The Bradford County Preschool
, {I In Bradford County Aycox, according to Patrolman pee 8 for no valid driver's Joseph Brian Stafford pled no con- Early Intervention Program.
I Perry, Smith said he sold the doors license, improper tag, according to Finals In BradfordThe test UWUS; ten days in jail fined Karly Intervention .U the first
t The following arrests, were made and ladder to s junk dealer, said Patrolman Gordon Smith He was $194, Tri County supervision sit step toward. dropout
4< in Bradford County by local Perry. Bond was set at$2,000,Smith released after' a $500 surety bond following before defendants appeared months prevention.The.
( authorities. also remains in George H.
" custody. was posted. Pierce Dec. e in Bradford County board of Bradford

,r, ,,'; Ancil! Levern Ford,36, was charged Leslie Gordon Johnson, Jr., 27, Jonnie 'Stubble Martin, 35, of Traffic Criminal Court where their Misdemeanor Court funds County !ha received special,
,fj", ," on an order of arrest with failure was arrested Dec. 11 on warrant' Starke was arrested Dec. 9 for cases received final disposition. Edna Tucker Luther pled no con- to provide preschool
to pay child support,according to Lt. charging violation of probation ((8 DWLS failure to pay fine, accordingto General test petit theft retail theft; cosU opportunities for economically
"," Sammy Eunice. Ford purged per a 1982 charge), according to In- Investigator Aderholt, Bond was contest Stephen Forman pled no waived, six months court probation, dUadvantaed. 3 and 4 year old
court order and was released. vestigator Aderholt.A new charge of set at$101.25, he was released on his $50 court unlawful costs tag ordered to pay ,Violate no laws. children.ThU program will
carrying a concealed weapon was own recognizance. Charles Jeffery-Alan Ward pled no contest operate In conjunction with the'
Ronald 1 Nathaniel Cooper, 34. was placed against'Johiwon. Bond was guilty reckless Eugene Ross Jr. pled harrassing phone, calls; fined following centers: :
arrested Dec 11 for grand theft of a set at $500. driving; ordered to $120,25. Bradford Preschool
1987 Chev\'olet" according to Investigator pay $SO court costs. Jeremy Boyett provided proof of, Starke
Sinclair Little School
David Aderholt. Cooperwas A new charge of failure to appear' Theodore Crews pled guil restitution; case of criminal Midway Learning
released to Alachua,County. for ,worthless check was placed Jacksonville Man ty unlawful tag; provided proof of mischief dismissed. Center, Lawtey Lie tnentary
'' against Hershel Blaine Dyal, 23, of Points Gun.Gets' tag''Crews, costs waived, dismissed. Pernell Wade Williams pled guilty Pre K, New Beginning, and
> Mary Francis Sutton of ,Lake Starke, according to Deputy license pled guilty driving while in felony court; sentenced to 12 mon Head Start.
Butler was, arrested Dec. 11 for Rhoden:,Dyal remains in custody. ArrestedA suspended (DWLS); provide'proo ths for criminal mischief (con- To make an application
,, ,'. i disorderly conduct according to' Jacksonville man'was, arrested ,costs[ of license and pay 150 court secutive with felony charge), contact Robin Lee at
: ".''1 Sgt. G. E. Hayes. Sutton is charged John Timothy Fowler, 23, was ar- Dec. 13 after he allegedly pointed a Janice or pay M. Sims$120.25.pled Fletcher William Rodgers pled no 964,6800.Mm .
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; with causing a, disturbance at the rested Dec. 7 for loitering and prowl- gun at his ex-girlfriend: >r.-enl valid license and ; contest possession drug paraphernalia -
" i i police department.She was released Ing, battery law enforcement of Keith Brian Ardley was charged'with pay $50 or ,; fined $1 0.2S.
?" : after a $250 surety bond was posted. ficer, resisting arrest without aggravated assault with a'' -,-,-,-,-,-,_.., --,-"-"
, violence, according to Lt. John firearm and possession of altered 11t, --1JaIwlLwlllat, -lw-IIf1Ii IfJ..ala.la.. a-a.-.a-----,-------
! Carlos James (also known as Worrell Hodges. Bond was set at $1,500, he serial number on a firearm, according .- 1
),43 was arrested Dec 6 for bat was released on ,his own to Investigator Michael Me- r'
t tery (involving law enforcement officer recognizance. Clam. Bond was set at $7,000 cash i
), failure to tot .
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I II:;" to sign citation, according to Deputy Clyde Byrd,25,of Clay County was A capias was executed charging I IShipping'
Barry King. Bond was set at$101.25. arrested Dec 7 on a warrant charg- failure to pay driving while license
ing burglary,grand theft, according, suspended, according to, McClain. 9
Anthony Conrad Carroll, 'l:1',' was, to Deputy Doug York. Bond was set Bond was set at $101.25 cash only. fe3&BASKETS
arrested Dec. 8 for aggravated bat ,at $10,000, he was released on his Ardley remains in custody .
,:' tery with a deadly weapon, according own recognizance,'
> I to Deputy Harvey Rhoden: He 1
!\ was released on 'his: own Frederick Lee ,Sanders was ar- !
recognizance.JOAlice rested Dec. 6 for burglary, grand ,Couple ArrestedFor
theft, according to Patrolman Mack '
\ Goodman, 29, was 'ar- Short. Bond was set at$4,000. A hold Stealing WalletA Full Line of Produce I II
rested Dec. 7 for petit theft, according is placed against Sanders by' Starke couple was arrested Dee I ,
to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson: Tallahassee (Department of Correc-.. 10 for taking money from a Starke. "
,Goodman is charged with attempt tions). resident Lettuce '. Vine Ripe "Tomatoes Cucumbers I
t to steal a bottle of Crown Royal Bruce Allen Barnes and Denise ,
, from Jax's Llquor's; Bond was set at Annie Green allegedly Stole a wallet Bell ''Potatoes '
{t 1 ,!( I f gfii1r1Y2s I released on her own Traffic Oct, 4 from a resident ,on North I Peppers .
.., Joseph Karl Gerhardt, 1:1. of Street, according to PatrolmanMack ,
Myra Cummings of Lawtey was Green Cove Springs was arrested Short. The wallet contained a Farm Fresh Eggs Hot Boiled Peanutsi I
arb'' arrested Dec. 9 for aggravated battery Dec. 10 for driving under influence large amount of money, according to I
I according to Patrolman Susan .
police report.
(DUD according to Sgt. Hayes.
J: j ,Wilkerson She was released after a Gerhardt after Barnes and Green were charged Fresh Fruit:
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\?" $2,000 surety bond was,posted. red light.He had an open container runninga with burglary,grand theft with bond !B Navel Oranges -Ruby, Red Grapefruit LaGrand ProduceI
(alcoholic in his vehicle set at$2,000 on each charge. Barnes'
beverage )
Kenneth', Lavon Aycox was arrested remains in custody Green was 3 Miles South onUS ;301
refused the breathalyzer, said, .'
theft, Dec.according, 11 for to burglary Patrolman, petit Hayes. He was released after a $500 released,on her own recognizance. OPEN, 7 DAYS A WEEK'' Starkeatlll

Kinard Perry; Aycoxis charged ,surety! ,bond was posted, I& _lallatlllt'11'tUfMAi/tiltwl( ( dIR/MRatlall !(a llillt.I1'IfriiiItIIlU11lVI1 !'I(7r'l11/lRM( 111111tiInD'11lCAi'.1 J,
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Starke was arrested Dec. 10 for driving -
remains: in custody.. while, license suspended
George Augusta Smith was also Short,, He was, released I after a '(
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