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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 22, 1988
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Valley, and is moving slowly northeastward. It is not expected to Th. Social Sc.n., ." . ." .SA
penetrate southward further than the Savannah area. P"bllcNotlca.. . . . 7A '
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bringing cooler temperatures and a few showers once again, Don't Joy N.v.r . .II' ;;
Today is the shortest day of the year, the sun reaching its winter Crlmo N.wt, . 1 .3.S.7.1 ,
solstice. Sunrise is 7:21: 'with sunset at 5:34: the length of day, lOh Wainwright R.ilro.. ,4S
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county offices will be closed Fri M"7i S 1P
day, Dec.23; through Monday, Dec. A Program Planned :',
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Library. Starke city offices will -
close during the same dates. ,pay-as-you-go $2:8: million, Bradford High! self-contained '
The Community State Bank will building program over the next five classrooms & computer tab;

be closed Saturday and Monday, '. years recommended by Supt. Jim ,$150,000; gymnasium:; .renovations,
Dee, 24-26, Duncan was unanimously approved $400,000. .
The Florida National Bank and' ,,1" :' Monday night, Dec. 19,?, by he,Brad. Vocational Center''; agriculture! lab'
the Federal Savings and Loan '1' ford School Board. '
: renovation, $80,000;: .food service lab
Association. will beclosed, Monday,, :.,. '' ,. "It's ambitious, I'll grant you. But $75,000.:'
Dec, 26. ,'f: '',I',;":, ; the most pressing projects caabei, Lawtey Community School/ l ;
r' done first said Duncan restrooms '
I' ( I Sup and exceptional education
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Error Correction... I.: \\i':> The key to the plan is to pay as you facility, $125,000; 'vocational'
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Corrected qualifying dates for go, to plan well said Supt. Duncan. lab $75,000. '
Brooker election are: Noon Tuesday :: :;,,'1 ''Cost estimate for the 12 projects Hampton 'Elementary: excep

Dec. 27 to Noon Saturday, over the next five years IS $2.8 tional( education classroom and com;;
Dec. 31 Pnor published dates were f ;'; \ t' ,, million, with more than that due in' puter lab, $75,000. ,
in error. Sorry.Methodist. ( ,vl',' "! ,,'i", from several sources, including' Brooker Elementary: renovate '
"'I'!''lfF Public Education ..Capital Outlay exceptional education classroom ,
Youth. (PECO) funds; Capital Outlay and .and computer lab, 50000.
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The' youth of the First United 'IjWI,i'JI.'I!! !, special maintenance funds.' Plus, exceptional education facility, and.
Methodist Church of Starke will :,.Wt ,, Supt. Duncan recommended the paving project $120,000, ,
present a living nativity scene on ; board consider levying an additional Supt. Duncan recommends stick
Christmas Eve, from 5-7 p.m. four-tenths' (1,4)) per, year in. school ing to the above list and working
The scene will be set up in the .board taxes. through it. He recommends building
courtyard on the Walnut Street side Should the school board decide 'to' no" more portable classrooms'
of the church. A candlelight service'will levy 1.5 additional mills it would br without a' ''dollar source; Portable[
be held at 7 p.m. in the sanc v, classrooms but
w, ing in an additional million over provide more space ,
tuary. 1 the five years and make easier to. the School district gets no' credit
complete the projects.As from the state and no maintenance
Class
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69,.. it is money for them:
now, Supt. Duncan says, it "
The BUS Class of 1969 is planning' will be necessary to wait and to com A permanent classroom, however,
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a reunion in a special meeting Sun- bine 88-89 and 89-9Q"'funds from the costs some $80,000 now.
day, Jan: 8, at Kelly's !Night Limitin i1S4N .., r sources listed above to begin the projects First job the School board.will
Lawtey 7 p.m. 'The 89-90' funds '-should be have is to select a !board architect,
For (more information. call Billtio'af ,available ID July 19H9, he says. the position, now held by. Spirbs,
782;3130. Most pressing project and the one'' Drivas a Bradford resident. Drivas,
Supt. Duncan anticipates is a new has been promoted to architect of
Christmas Lights... administrative 'Suite and ,the University of North Florida in
kindergarten classrooms at Jacksonville, but he still has appliedto
'The home of Mrs. Louise Ward, Southside Elementary. The K be the architect for the Bradford
at the corner of Orange and Pratt .'
classroms, at SS were on .the' ,board. ,
streets, is the most spectacularscene district's state,, priority: list in the The'architect's' job.is under-'the-
in Bradford County after mid-1970'S but were taken oft when' ;..state's' bidding act,' requiring the'
darkwhen' lights are turned on.. the sixth grade moved to the middle'' 'school board to offer) the job. to'
Mrs: Ward, 85, with the t school.'.New K' rooms at SS would ''anyone, interested. In January:'a-,
assistance of relatives; has free five present classrooms Both board committee will hear presenta-
38-40,0001ighta in her house and SE and SS have space I problems. SE'' lions from any architect interested'
yard, and invites the public to visit got a new administrative suite last will choose three, and the entire
both inside and outside. Many new year.Second. school board will choose an architect
items were added this year .\I V most pressing needs are* from among the.three recommended. -
Alleen Moore, sister to Mrs. { new media centers for Starke and '
'Ward;expresses her appreciationto :,, Southside Elementary Schools? and' The number of new 'state programs
( relatives that helped with installation I, ;n b renovation of the existing media. Is causing as many space problems
of the lights, Anita f i .r centers into classroom space. as the number of students. +
Dobbs; Alton Dobbs, Dale Moore 12 projects are listed by Supt. Duncan For instance, 'the Writing to Read
Ella and Freddie Watterson with each school site broken '
Mary '?'I ; Program 'at Lawtey'
Franklin Bush, Jason and Morin., "\>'";0' : 'I:,:',1,11 down into several projects,'The list Community Scoot is desired in all
Inez Kelly Robert Cook and Sally '." / "j," ,' I. Is,: schools in the district, but cannot be
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Underwood.. \" ,, ; IW1'0Ji:':: (< .' ,, .' "" 1>.1." ',..,.'. 'offered now because of tack ''of
Santa will visit Mrs. Ward'shome .I 0. I Projects Anticipated: space. The'program lets children
Friday, Dec 23, between 5:30: 7AlIen 'froni Carpet replacement,,$75,000. learn to read,and write with com
Syrup cold
Jones skims debris Boiling Kettle;: The Saturday was ia good '
and 8:30 p.m, Everyone is invited Paving projects; Bradford Middle puters;' .
i to see :Santa! .day for. the hot job r ( 'School $50,000; Lawtey' Elemen- Supt. Duncan reminded'the school

Foundation.' tary, $25,000, ;. Bradford. High[ ,, 'board the Bradford school system is.
Arthritis \' Art 25000. not growing Duncan predicts,
Cane
An area 'Arthritis Foundation Making ,Syrup'Not Quite ,a Lost I Air-conditioning and remodeling:; perhaps a growth'of 150 students' t"Z.t

Chapter id being formed locally If Brooker ,Elementary, $12,500; over the next five years. ,
interested, please call Lorraine .Allen 'Jones" who lives' at the east end of Market ing syrup with, Inmate' labor*, as Allen was growingup. Starke Elemehtary10,0x( ), Therefore, the district cannot
Wilkison, 782-3462,1 Lawtey Ex<' Road carries on the almost lost art of making cane Re-roofing:' Vocational Center, qualify for state funds'for a'new' ,
''change', syrup from sugar cane grown on' his. farms; part, of Allen'Jones'grows enough' cane, to make 'about $75,000?' Brooker 'Elementary, >schoof, such as a sixth grade center,
which isinside, the city limits.' three.60 gallon boilings, turning out some 20-24 S60oo0h; Hampton. Elementary, However the latest five-year
,gallons of syrup. Last Saturday's boiling was the second
Unemployed ? $60,000. school Survey just completed here
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Allen'and Elois Jones bought the property more run this fall, but Jones said he may not get recommends that all students in
Unemployed persons meeting than 10 years ago while living in Jacksonville, then around to grinding the remainder of the cane. Buildings, Equipment.. grades 6-8 attend Bradford Middle
'certain criteria may be eligible for 'built a home seven years ago ,and moved to Starke, Jones makes syrup just like his daddy did, the old- Southside Elementary : School. BMS is now filled almost;
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the dislocated worker program, fashioned way! He grinds cane with old-fashioned kindergarten classrooms capacity Moving students 'in from
'under the Job Training PartnershipAct. Allen retired from the Jacksonville Fire Depart cane mill, but has gone modern for powering the mill administration expansion,; $$400,000 t20Olx); Brooker Hampton and Lawtey

ment, in which he held a top administrative position, using a tractor rather than a mule. He[ fires the 60 media ,center, computer |Jab;, would leave extra space at, those
Call Sandra Demps at ((904) '' gal. kettle with wood which takes about 4 hours cook schools but would crowd
severely
758-0433 in Lake City for further Inormation. Jones' father was superinlendent: of the old Duval ing to evaporate the,water fromthe cane juice and $400,000;' remodeling' renovations. the middle school.,
, ( .. Ms. Demps works for a County Prison Farm, growing, sugar. cane and mak-f1 make syrup., J 120000. "
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County residents with 485, 468 or by Buster Rahn oecauSe!; he joined union. Any+ appeal must be prepared and work in good faith.In ,1 have a problem when Union
496 telephone prefixes may call BCT Staff Writer Arty Smith is seeing approximately received in Tallahasse by today discussing attorney's fees manager and attorney says you're
either of two numbers, 376-1502 or The Starke Council authorized City $16,000 in fees, at $165 par (Thursday, Dec 22), Brown said. Brown said the law provides for at- going to do what we say/' Silcox continued
377-5122! in emergency situations[ Attorney Terence Brown to offer hour, but will settle for $10,000, At- In discussing possible alternatives torneys charge no more than their "Wehave a six months probationary
toll free day or night. In daytime fired police officer Scott Allen and torney Brown thinks. ,. Brown told the council thatit usual contract price. In this case, period and 'we have the
'working hours the call will go into' his attorney., Rod Smith, $6,500 in Attorney Brown told the council has the right to recover the cost of Brown said, Atty. Smith has a con- right to fire anyone during that time.
the courthouse switchboard at lieu of the $19,400 they want. that PERC has found the city guiltyof the wrecked cruiser from Allen, tract with PBA (Police Benevolent It is wrong for them (PERC) to tell
night the calls go to the county jail. The approval came, during the unfair labor practices in discharging which was totaled in an accident, Association) at $65 per hour thus his us what we can do during the probationary .
Jurors should call 964-6280 if localto Tuesday Dec.. '20, regular council' Allen, and must reinstate him to and that Allen must prove that he charge of $165 per hour is excessive. period. It's an important
Starke or 375-0209 if in 485, 475 or'' meeting. his position! in the Police Depart- had sought employment in good Attorney Brown said the six mon- 'issue that they can come in here and
468 areas. Allen and Smith claim the former ment, pay lost wages for the several faith during the interim months. ths probationary period is not germane make a decision (for us),"
officer.&las lost $9,100 in wages since months he has been unemployed and Several remarks by council, in this case, even though Allen' Attorney Brown explained the probationary -
he wrecked a city patrol car last pay attorney fees. PERC set no members indicate doubts "concern had been working less than six mon- period is not affected in
Used Trees... February and was fired by former specific amount. ''Ing good faith efforts by Allen in ths. Brown said PERC'' found that any and is not jeopardized by
Scouts of America will chief Jimmy Bowen. Allen failed to The city has three options At- .seeking employment, since the five former chief Jimmy Bowen fired the PEF.iC decision.''Allen was fired
The Boy 'used'* Christmas make the turn from Old Lawtey torney Brown says and cited the area prisons have had vacancies Allen for joining the union, rather by Bowen for joining the Police
be collecting several locations after Road onto Brownies Street (SR-16) choices; during the period, and Allen meets than wrecking the police car, and Union an Infraction of his right
trees in "and totaled the cruiser when it hit a Accept decision of PERC, pay minimum standards for Correctional thai Is arr unfair labor practice, under the U.S. Constitution, which
# December don't 25. burn old tree. pecan tree. lost wages and attorney fees, The Officer entry level positions, regardless of the time employed or superceeds the city's personnel .
\ please it in one of the your convenient At the time of the accident. Allen amounts may be negotiated under Attorney Brown said the law does city personnel policy. When asked policy Brown indicated.
Deposit not mandate the former officer about suit against Bowen Brown said $19,350
centers sites to be an- had been on the police force less this option. entering Attorney
collection than six months. Bowen is reportedto Appeal merits( of the case If ap- receive a similar rate of pay as he, for violating labor regulations covers all costs at this time, if the ci-
nounced later.will be used in the nationally have said Allen was a reckless peal is denied, the city is back to was making with the city it only re- Brown said the chance of winningare ty does not appeal t or make an acre
The trees Northeast driver, and fired because he wrecked square one. quires that he seek employment. 50-50 at best.Councilman 'table counter offer. If an appeal is
recognized Dune Restoration the police car. The Public Do, not appeal. Put funds !Inescrowd Brown said Allen certainly could Vernon Silcox visibly 'mader and lost the cost could
Florida Beach Employees Relations Commission charge AHen for wrecked have found employment at distressed, said "I'm not interestedin fer..p.6A
Project, (PERC) said Allen was fired contest; the attorney fees, minimum wages; if he had sought the money. I don't know Allen but (see City )


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Upcomlng.Public meetings.> scheduled in the Conner! and Governor Chat About Possible 'federal Post I

' coming weeks are:
" i Pecan auction at Farmer's Commissioner of Agriculture discuss means of helping Florida's Conner Is'' now serving his 28th his work, adding that "I've never Democrats and longtime membersof
, at Thursday, Dec 22.'Bradford of considered not finishing term." > the Bradford County Historical
Market noon Doyle Conner, a native of Bradford agricultural< standing < in the forthcoming year as Commissioner my,
County Commissioners and lifelong Democat, said Bush administration.' Agriculture in Florida, and is'now Board of Trustees were recently _
1' Wednesday, Dec. 21 at County member of State Democratic Party ChairmaICharles' replaced by Martinez appointees,
Tuesday he has not seriously considered After the meeting Commissioner, serving as a Democratic Whitehead that'
..' 730; p.m., in the Courthouse. switching to the Republican Conner trld reporters. don't even the Florida Cabinet. Should he leave Commissioner Conner predicted would remainin Republicans Daniel Hildebran and,
Bradford County Zoning Board that office to oin the national Marty Barry
but indicated he might be comment on those things. ,
Tuesday, Dec. 27, at 7 Party, for Democratic ranks. "Doyle is a One existing on the Bradford
meeting, to possible federal appointment The Governor like some of those Republican administration or vacancy -
a for life-
p.m., in Starke City Hall. open in the Bush Administration receiving recent appointments in any other reason Gov. Martinez Democrat in" my opinion ', County Development Authority
.Starke Zoning Board meeting, according to an AP dispatch from State government, switched parties would appoint a successor until the just like me, Whitehead said. due to the resignation of ChairmanJ.E
Dec. 29, at 7 p.m. in Cit would the Tomlinson will soon be made
Thursday, ; Tallahassee. himself in 1983 after Serving as a 1990( election. That give
Martinez
... Mall Democratic mayor o(Tampa Republican Party a 4-3 majority on Appointments.! .. following a recommendation, not yet
.Bradford County EconomicDevelopment Commissioner Conner and the Cabinet, which has always been In appointments to fill vacancieson : made the Chamber of Com
Corporation will holds Republican Governor Bob Martinez Gov..JWartinez said, "1 didn't ask in Democratic hands according to local boards Gov: Martinez Is apparently merce. Two more appointments on
its board meeting Thursday, Jan. an activist in filling governmentalslots him to make any changes" but add- the Associated Press release. ( carrying out a policy of the Development Authority will be
19, at 5 p.m., In Santa Fe Com- both State and Federal with a ed that one of his goals as a strengthening his party at the made In 1989 when the terms of
munity College Conference Room. view toward strengthening the Republican governor is to registeras :Commenting I later, Conner said grassroots level. George W. Roberts and Jim
Republican Party, met last week to many Republicans as possible. that pilrty affiliation does not affect Guy Andrews and E.L. Matthews, Womack will expire.




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Starke native Leonard B(Len) director of Operations for the'Bradford Register said he is Well aware of
N Register, III was appointed Dec 20 school system and Mri the circuit covering five counties in
by Governor Bob Martinez to serve Register is librarian at .Starke addition to Alachua where he will be
as state attorney for the 8th Judicial Elementary. based, and feels it very important
Circuit."I The Eighth Circuit Includes that all the people receive the best
Alachua Baker Bradford, representation and that he is look
( ( .X, am excited about to
1p.y 2 returning Levy,and Union Counties forward .
w f the Starke area and consider it a Gilchrist ing to the challenge.Joj
real privilege to be able to serve the
*1. people in the 8th Circuit" said
RegIster. Register is an assistant U. '
S. attorney in the Northern Districtof .
Florida in Tallahassee, where he
is prosecutor of organized crime and
serves on the drug enforcement task ;
force. ,
Register will take'over January 3
to replace Eugene Whitworth who
died two weeks ago after a six month
battle with cancer.Whitworth would
have begun his fifth term In office to'
next month. _
Register 35, who ,called The,
Telegraph Wednesday morning
from the Pensacola on his _
13 Earn, Straight-A's at Brooker Elementary... .way to a grand jury hearing airport, said he

The 13 students at Brookrr Elementary wh -earned Standing Weston Bigham IG; Angel Llndsey IG; is pleased to have received bipartisan w
in his bid for the
I, straighl-A'8 for the second, nU-wrpks grading period Chad Thomas; 1G; Derek Sidrra 4G; Amy Luke. 2G| support for
Register,
are l-r): Jimmy Berry 3GJ Jennifer Cone, 3Gi: Tabitha Green,' position. a Republician been
Kneeling Matthugh Crosby SG fifth! grade): Kelly 1C; Samantha Green. 1C. ,over two years, has a prosecutor
for 10) ,six of them with
Cook: ZG; Michelle Town t'nd. 4G "Not present for photo:,Matthew Jordan, 4G. the state court years system. After he got

his start as a prosecutor under Whit-
worth in Bradford County in 1978, he May happiness and peace be yours in
I went on to serve a five-year stint abundance now and throughout the year.
Jimmy Epps a Candidate for Starke Police, ChiefJimmy
with the 3rd Judicial Circuit in Lake We do so appreciate your business,
City where he assisted in the prosecution

'Epps. 49, Starke' native,, ,(ty employment, strong control'of conclusion, this candidate pledges U. S. Attorney's of ted Bundy.Office He in 1984.joined the .
was the first to qualify for the position manpower, procedures} disciplineand that he will not run a mud-slinging A graduate of Bradford High'' jen :as ,Shear 1l Starke FlortdasL
Design
of Chief of Police for the City of operations. ._ campaign. School in 1971 Register was voted
,Starke. To eliminate the sale of drugs in Best All-Round. served as Presidentof
Epps is married to the' former the City of Starke. .
the student body and was co-
Martha Long, who 'is currently To institute seasonal 'and daily Square Dance... captain with Jimmy Alvarez during,
Director of Nursing at Bradford crime prevention programs.To Plus Level square dance instruction his senior year.Register _
Hospital. They have two children. continue training for police is available each Tuesday in graduated from the"
Shawna 17, an Shae, IS, both officers, the Kingsley Lake Civic Center, University of Florida In 1978 receivIng
students at Bradford High School. To foster support and leadership from 8-10 p.m.. with Ken Perez, his Juris Doctor Degree. He is
The Epps family are members of ,for programs for the youth and caller For additional informationcall the son of Lennard and Ernestine
the'First Baptist Church in Starke. senior citizens of our, city and in 964-7955. .Register of Crystal Lake.Register is
Jimmy is a member 'of Bradford
Lodge No; 35, Morocco Shrine Tem
ple, BPOE Lodge No. 1802 and was ...t
'vice-Commander'of .the American
,Legion Post No. 56, .
Epps has been certified as a police .
',officer; has management abilities
,and hands on experience of making 2n5i1lt,5 ,rccti11B5 I
sound. felony and misdemeanor arrests -' ,
resulting in convictions.,;'He ,. from, '
also has a degree in Business Administration Photography by Cathy
and is retired from the :
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,United States Air Force,"My varied 964-6066
background,, in police, work and r .
.management definitely qualify me
for,the position of Ciref.of Police.. S f
'he says. w '.Flit (
Epps was a counter insurgency'chief
while in Southeast Asia. He has -
''been a business owner, auto sales ro Peace Be Will 1I0Q
business manager and a computerand ,

records manager. In the spirit of Christmas extend to
Presently,; he is employed as, a we

,sales, selling manager, financing responsible,titlework for buying and.' all our.friends the,hope of peace,and

,records management at ,Mosley goodwill..
Auto Sales.
As Chief of Police Epps has set ",'1
.the''following priorities and goals: .
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control'To facilitate of the Starke strong Police administrative Depart., Jimmy Epptrelic ', \ ,, 1 i .., .Andrews I .,. Drugs. ; .il ;Ht1t '.m

ment by instituting equal.opportuni- Chief Candidate '; ..... .,-...-..... Starke 964-7170
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fellowship are featured each time, Library at 'J64-6400.
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Taking the oath of office'Tuesday night,'Dec, 20. were four of the six'" Clyde Short. William Brown Mark Traylor, and Bob Milner.. Reservists '. '
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I members of the newly organised Starke Reserve Police Officers and one Dwayne llardee and Rex Siemer were not present. A black officer. who ,: "
new fulltlme policeman. lives In Lake City Kinard Perry, was not present. "
Wayne Wilkinson left formerly was a Starke policeman and rejoinsthe County Judge George Pierce administered the oath of office to the five ( "

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I.City. To Require Fencing of All Retention Pondsby 4



Buster Rahn objection In including the phrase in The starting salary for patrolmenwas In an earlier meeting. Denmarkwas
BCT Staff WriterCommissioner the ordinance and it will be includ $13,644.Bid scolding the council for its bid- ,
1. Travis Woods' Con .ed. ,ding policies,or lack of policies,and
cern for unfenced retention ponds The first public reading will be Procedures., recieved an appointment to the city I'I
will be addressed In a city resolu- held at the next regular council Ron Denmark former Starke 'insurance Board of Adjustment. '

tion,.City Attorney Terence,Brown meeting. agent turned contractor ad- '
said In. a regular Starke council dressed the council, and wound up 2 Clerk Proposal..*

meeting Tuesday, Dec. 20. with accepting position on a com- Two weeks ago, Commissioner Ed .I'
The Suwannee River Water'' Police Salary Up... mittee to review the city's contracting Wall mentioned his interest in con-

Management District rules providefor The council signed a contract with procedures. sidering a requirement to have two Let us rejoice and ring out glad tidings, ,
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the fencing of all retention ponds, the Police Benevolent AssociationPBA employees on duty in convenience '
by whatever name they may be call- ( ), the police union, after agreeing Denmark's attitude' -toward the stores during the third shift. rn
ed and the city will reinforce therule to $15,000 starting salary for council is' much more concilatorynow Chief of Police Bill Reno said his is .. .
by resolution, after advertisingthe patrolmen, and clarifying a 5 per, than it was earlier since he has receiving comments from Magic OC4-75OO -
Issue and holding two 'public cent pay raise for most department discussed issues with City Engineer,' Market and other store owners requesting -' ct1.. .O 3720105miW LLaAIUUiI e
hearings. The rule will provide for employees. Officers making less Don Ruckman.. an opportunity for input In-,
the fences to be 4-6 feet high. than $15,000 will be' raised to the' ,to a proposed t ordinance...i l WJELLSPrice
Although other city ordinances' minimum,but will not receive an additional Denmark has not"budged from his Chief Reno said 'Since we have

provide for landowners tobe respon-. 5 percent.The new. position that the city should bid all their attention, let's- schedule a ... : .r
sible for their property, Woods ask- minimum salary and pay raises are contracts eliminating "contract- workshop in the near future." '., ,... ;;;: ; --.--.': ... _....-r-." .. '
ed for the proposed ordinance to retroactive to October 1, to coincide employer" relations similar the '"Afterthe holidays," said Commissioner *
"make owners liable for upkeep." with'other city employee salary agreement with Leonard Moore' to Charles Schaefer,"
Attorney.Brown said there is no raises. pave city streets, '
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I Belcher Announces- For 'Police ChiefCharles GIFTS FOR piapERS"' -


Belcher, 48, Plairt-> Board! at the Vo-Tech Center) work. force of 25 employees. .t r1iiTES11
tanager for Crosley Manufactur- He is now employed by'Crosley Belcher says he visited Starke ,,
tg. Inc., has announced his can- 'Manufacturing Co. 'and'is Plant about 18 years ago, to visit his Ii.
:aidacy for the Starke Chief of Police, Manager in charge of all operationS' brother Danny, a welding 'contractor -.
position, subject to the city election there including production and all and decided Starke is a good ,
Tuesday January 24. hiring and all firing: The plant has a place to e.and raise a family.! ftSlfVOW Begin Thurs. Dec. 22nd. -

Belcher is a former deputy from r I 'Thru Wed. Dec:'28th. 1.
Hillsborough County where he was'an
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For 1,35 Years the Story ofEbenezer/ Scrooge _




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One hundred and thirty-five years ago on 'women seem by one consent to open freely
December 27, 1853, Charles Dickens' Immortal their shut-up hearts and think of "their
masterpiece, "A Christmas Carol" received Its' peers as fellow travelers to eternity.

first public reading at the Town Hall in Birm- With his incomparable imagination, t,.
ingham, Englandand Christmas, all over the Dickens described Scrooge thusly:'
world' ,,took on a new meaning. -
: hand
"Oh! But he was a tight-fisted at
the grindstone, Scrooge! a squeezing,
The name of ScroogeEbenezer Scrooge, thatis wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, nb
soon became a household world around the I covetous, old sinner, Hard and sharp as .4
world.... and established, itself In the dictionary, flint, from which no steel had ever struck
with a life of its own... a synonym for anyone who out generous fire; secret, and self-
is a crotchety old miser... though Scrooge did contained,'and solitary as an oyster. The
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'" reform in time to give a happy ending to Dickens' r cold within him froze his pinched features;
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story nipped his pointed nose, shrivelled his
On that cold December night in 1835, Dickens cheek, stiffened his gait; made his eyes
himself read "The Christmas Carol" to an au- red, his thin lips blue; and spoke out
dience consisting of common folk who flocked to 4 shrewdly in his grating Voice. A frosty
the chilly auditorium on foot and by carriage, to rime was on his head and on his eyebrows, ,
laugh and cry along with a crippled little tyke and his wiry chin. He carried his own low
named Tiny :Tim and his father, Bob Cratchit temperature always about with him; he lc-
ed his office in the dog-days,. and didn't

Almost! a century and a half has passed since thaw it one degree at Christmas.>

that time!, and still the Dickens' masterpiece
refuses to die. In fact love for the story and its "The door of Scrooge's counting.house'
Y message of giving grows stronger and stronger, -,tjlllfliIIEbenezer/ ''was open that he might keep his eye upon
+? each year. his clerk,"Dickens writes. Scrooge had a
very small fire, but the clerk's fire was so 1" 1

Back in 1954 Fredric March of the finer 6c- Scrooge very much smaller that it looked like one
one :The Old Miser
for
coal. But he couldn't replenish it,
tors of motion
thrilled to the
pictures, was play
the coal-box in his own room
Charles Dickens part of Scrooge on television during Christmas Scrooge kept ;
and the clerk in with the u
I' The Author week. In preparing for the role he pondered the Partly, March said, it stems from shovel so surely the master as predicted came that it wouldbe ::1- .car
qualities that have made this holiday story immortal '- ,Dickens'ability to capture the flavor of the necessary, for them to part. Whereforethe
I for all ages. Yuletide season: the smell of crackling and
clerk his white comforter,
put on
the the and the c
goose on fire holly tried to warm himself at the candle.1"At
mistletoe, packages under the tree, ,and

festive family feasts length, the hour of shutting up the
counting-house' arrived. With an ill-will.
> '"But there is more, much more behind Scrooge dismounted from his stool, andtacitly

t' etUTOKtAlSCitizens its undimmed popularity:?, and appeal", admitted the fact to the expectant .
March said The 'Christmas Carol clerk, who snuffed his candle out, and puton -
f 5 trumpets a message that all .mankind his hat."You'U.
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hungers to hear: that by our good actions,
,,' -- errors, pave the way for redemption, and DOSe? said Scrooge Bob Cratchit
reweave the pattern of our lives. Scrooge, And
"If quite convenient, sir. Tiny Tim
Must, .Be Given Information the vinegar-blooded old skinflint wTioscorned .
Christmas with his snarling 'Bah-.!' "It's not convenient,". said Scrooge, *
humbug!It'-was, himself, saved by the "and it's not fair. If I was to stop half-a- Quite a guy, this Scrooge. But thanks to
To Evaluate Proposed Toll;, RoadTwice spirit of."giving and the ghosts of his conscience crown for it, you'd think.yourself ill.used, the ghost of his old partner, Marley whose
I'll be boun f' face suddenly appeared on the knocker of

.' The clerk smiled faintly, Scrooge's door when the old miser went
twelve-month period Tallahassee, As told by Fredric, March,\ it took a home that night, Scrooge was treated to a
within a revolution of character, brought about by "And'yet" 'said'Scrooge; "you don't', series of visions- nightmares. Marley
the people of Florida,, and ,especially I In both cases; taxpayer.money"was ,the terrible vision of his own name engraved think ME ill-used, when. I-pay, a day's'' taught him the error of his ways and inspired -
Bradford County, have, been subjected wasted on "consulting" firms ,who sub-' on a lonely, neglected tombstone,to wages for no work, him to buy the biggest turkey he'

to' a needless expenditure of time and mitted flawed and inaccurate reports awaken Scrooge belatedly to the sinfulnessof The clerk observed. it was only'once aveer. could find, and take it to the home of his
his lifeLike the
selfish reader of "A
money due to the hasty;' action of that will have to be redone at added ex- Christmas Carol" he rediscovers the great .. .son nephew Bob Tim Cratchit for festive, and his crippled
*. .Tiny a Christmas din-,
bureaucracies and their consultants pense to the,nearly $1 milion that has truth that time is a precious gift from God "A'poor 'excuse for picking a man's ner.,

trying to do a rush-up job on major projects already been paid. to consultants for to be spent doing good for others and atonIng -. pocket every twenty-fourth of As '"iA *
with little or no notice or explanation worthless work. for our own sin of selfishness. Above December! said Scrooge buttoning his ususl. Christmas Carol' will be
all, there is the realization that Christmasis great-coat to the chin. "But I suppose you showing again on television this Christmas
to the public.. On the toll road project, 'the con the forgiving, charitable, pleasant time' must have the whole day Be here all the. Season. Don't miss it-r with the kiddies, of'

The first instance came, year ago sulting firm picked "corridors" or. of times when the busiest of men. .and I earlier, next morning." course!

when the Department of Environmental routes, apparently without knowledge '

Regulation and its consulting firm Roy ,or 'concern that ,they were traversing
Weston, Inc.. tried to place a hazardous. properties that were "off limits" suchas a Jii w if.. iiAktM <]m i fc km j .uki."AT

waste treatment plant for the State of the Ordway/Swisher Preserve near J J.r

Florida at an unsuitable location that
Putnam Hall the DuPont mining -
operation
would have affected both Bradford and east of Starke, and Camp Blanding The' Only Way .Lto Lasting Peace ; /'

Union Counties. This decision was property which would take an act of __
challenged by concerned citizens of this Congress to obtain. At the first public -.... ---T ....

area, and an administrative hearing (not a hearing) at Middleburg
will be held later, on this matter with meeting Once more, in this Christmas season of Let u* beat our swords to plowshares
who the project manager was unaware that 1988, the elusive goal of "Peace on Earth, And till each weed.grown field;
considerable expense to. those op- the western corridor one of the routes Good Will toward Man" is uppermost in Scatter seeds of kindness,

pose it.Now. submitted by the Greiner consultingfirm the minds of the world's diplomats, but And great will be the yield.

comes the proposed Jackson- would cut through settling ponds seems no nearer reality today than it was // the Saviour's great command
in the Christmas almost All human hearts
toll road which another ,used in DuPont mining operations and season 2,000 years obey.
ville/Tampa ago. In all the nations of this land, .
State agency the Department of also an extensive, ore bed, worth NO MORE WILL WAR HOLD SWAYt
Transportation, sought to complete in a millions of dollars, that has not yet been talk Diplomats, because are they talking cannot, or trust are refusing each other to They, come with pomp table and prestige, Mary Armstrong McGIll'
To alt at coherence ;
few months a planning project that mined. enough to believe what they are hearing They state their different( plan and views, .'. ",
,should have required at least a year or Therefore, progress toward real world In voices, strong and able Although written a half a century ago,
more if properly done. ,peace- is thwarted before it really begins. Much said of parity Mrs. McGill's poem sounds as if it were intended -
Cause for AlarmIn for todayproof of the truth of the
'Yeal'll And freedom of the teas.But ,
Both DER DOT and their consultants ago, Mary Armstrong McGill old French maxim, "The more things-
that a letter to the Florida'Times'Union, 'who was the unofficial "poet laureate" of each one, in the others'. planA "
local officials were change, the more they are the same.
maintain Ray Lanier of Gainesville has made a Starke, wrote a poem entitled "Disarma- selfish( motive sees. With President Reagan and Gorbachev,
notified early on and kept informed oftheir ment"; deploring this lack of faith and
strong case, against the failure of ostensibly trying to negotiate peacefularms
plans for both of these significant ,Department of Transportation officialsto trust among the world's leaders One who speaks with gentle voice. reduction while taking a "trustbut

projects, which simply was not the case, the' public properly informedconcerning Mrs. McGUl came to Florida with her Sweet as his native heather' verify" attitude: and the United States
at least in Bradford County and Keep of such im- parents in the early 1890s after they lost 'Says the great nations of the world. getting ready to intercede 'm negotiations'
a project major work
Can it out together
Baker.' their home in the ;
neighboring Clay Union'and great Chicago fire.They between Israel and Arafat's PLO, with
Hearings were eventually scheduled, .portance as the proposed toll road. I settled near Starke, hoping to recoup their And government(f we'd have and disarmament mart neither trusting the other, there seems to I
In his worded Mr. fortunes on a farm three ,miles east of be little hope for lasting peace in the Middle '
of strongly argument
but only when the outcry public op-' here, which already had an established We must each and everyone. of us, East '
position i was?sufficient to be'heard in Lanier wrote: orange grove' .First disarm' his heart

Instead of regaining their losses in ,Scrap our submarines of suspicion. Mrs McGill spoke. prophetically. when.

The: current controversy'in North Cen- to handle ,current;, ,and projected Chicago, they soon faced the"BI Freeze"'of Our battle-cruisers of greed. she wrote:
And for swords and of envy and spite,
guns
the 'winter of 1894-95.. 1We lost
movements.'
tral Florida over the proposed 'We'll have no future need. "The statesman and the diplomat, great
Jacksonville-Tampa toll I facility should '. An evaluation of alternative ways by everything later Mrs. McGUl remembered., In goodwill and fellowship, men from near and far, are joining all
Florida about the She married and made her home at their forces to oust the demon
residents
alarm all which the existing system ''could be In love and Christian charity war.
cavalier attitude of Florida Department of upgraded to contribute to solving future Lake Helen in Central Florida where, overa ,In human understanding' "But if we have disarmament, in
officials toward responsible period of 30 years, she wrote a series ofpoems government and we must, each and
Transportation eneds and of marts
transportation an estimate. of her Let each one strive for parity.
early life in Starke. It washer of first disarm his "'
planning and public information pro-. shortfalls everyone us, heart!
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dream that
cedures. some day they would be
An evaluation of the capabilities of an published in book form, but her dream was,
DOT officials have not provided the upgraded existing system and then evaluations ,never re lized'J ; =
public with the basic information we needto of additions to that system, such as FORESTRY
McG ill's
Mrs.
on "Disarmament"Is
poem
be informed participants in trahsporta- the Jacksonville-Tampa route. Anynew
tion planning, resource allocation and fun- corridor should appropriate for this Christmas season '
be shown
to have substantial -
the BRADFORD COUNTYBy
when United States
decisions. and Russia, and' IN
ding net advantages over and/or in addition
Israel and Palestine
are trying to settle
David W Norton
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DOT analysis is outdated. Point to point ,to Improved old corridors.. their differences in an atmosphere of long- County F6re.ter
evaluations,as in this case,are inadequatefor Estimates of the economic costs and standing distrust that holds little hope for
current and future complex Florida the environmental and social costs of the lasting peace. Her poem follows:
conditions. several alternatives. What are the income :1989 Forestry ForecastHere
of Inter- redistribution effects of each alternative? II
'A system analysis mutually
DISARMAMENTThe is your forestry gift for Christmas; ing here with no roots in the agriculturalcommunity
within Which subsidize other ?
and destinations groups
related origins groups
a few words from Herb McRae that tells of ,and that Is a block in ourstate'
and outside the state, would provide the .' A description of funding options, In-' statesman and the diplomat the forestry New Year. economic foundation over history.,
necessary context for the evaluation of i In-\ eluding, but not limited to, tolls or user' Great men from near and Jar, Timber demand in both the solid wood The timber industry will have to show that
dividual projects, such as the fees. The social and economic and en- Art Joining all their' forces ,and the paper industries was good this ,its practices and management are sound.
Jacksonville-Tampa route. vironmental consequences of each option To oust the demon, war. year. Lumber demand declined recentlywith We believe that the urban, educated,
From that analysis, the following infor should be outlined.' A decision to charge But great I* the problemFor the increase in interest rates and the younger residents in Florida may be opponents '
ma lion, at a minimum,'should be providedthe tolls should not be the determinant factor seer and for sage? dropoff in home building. This lower de- of commercial forestry. If this at-
citizens at strategic times when their in the decisions about the nature and location How can It ever com' aboutIn mand had little effect because today,more titude is translated Into ordinances and
input could make a real impact on public of transportation routes or modes: this wicked age? lumber is used per house and an excellent 'regulations, to burn harvest, replant, fertilize %'

decisions: The best thing that the DOT can do Is to
Estimates of current and projected provide us with the information in writing, occurring. manner will be more difficult. In
movements of goods and people among the two weeks before the next set of public ,Timber demand by both industries looks 1989, we want to find out why this segmentof
several communities of the state, Including meetings so that we can review the International Flag good for much of 1989.Production of paper the population feels this way and deter-
imports and exports. material and be prepared for intelligent Exhibit at LibraryFields products is expected to remain strong.The mine how "we might influence. these attitudes -
discussion at those meetings. industry is operating at about 95 percent of _
Estimates of the capability of the existing capacity. Housing starts are predicted to Our association must initiate a program
transportation system (all modes) Hay Lanier,Gainesville of blue and cantons of red drop next year, but the lumber industry is of greater exchange and understanding
represent the spirit of nations at the expected to make\ this up by vigorous pursuit between forestry and environmental activists -
,Bradford County Public Library's of market overseas. If the demand for' and to Identify common objectives
,International Flag Exhibit., timber holds, then the economic outlookfor which both interests can pursue together
The bottom line Is: Whether the toll road will solve the problems already InherentIn Now through December 31 timber growers will be good in 1989 Finally, we are encouraging the greater

our''present Inadequate system of highways, and .will it pay for,Itself?. These flags are on display at the (Library.twenty Several state and national Issues could forestry community In the state to
remain to answered. Library Director Sue Crum invites have a major impact on timber growers. cooperate in public communications effort
be
questions
the public to view the flags Capital gains for timber sales may come to show the benefits and values of com
Monday
back in the regulations. Nationwide mercial forestry
9-8 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday Fri-
forestry organizations will 'work on this There are many other Issues that will af-
day 9-5
9-7 and -
p.m. Thursday
p.m.,
the fect the Florida
during next Umber In
year. 1989
4 grower ,
,... .. .r s .Saturday 9-2 p.m. State and local land use ordinances such as state sovereignty land boundaries
Jr "The colorful flags seem to make could have an Impact on timber growers. federal pesticide restrictions and '
silent statements about the countries The State Comprehensive Plan process i wetlands. Our association will continue to
they represent", said Crum. ,has developed regulations that could 'monitor these concerns,and do everything
decide where timber be we can to Influence their .
...""=' "They, symbolize one people, one management can
:=:::::t goal and one faith- nation's most conducted and the level of managementin Mr Herb McRae is the assistant executive
important product." those areas. The members of the :vice president of the Florida
the French bouillon meaning""boiling"since the metal Florida Forestry Association will be keepIng Forestry Association in Tallahassee. The
Gold bullion (Is so called from close these best wishes to for this
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melted before It can be used. a eye on developments.As you holiday season.
must b* "boiled" or at least Florida grows,more people are mov- from me; see you next yearl), '
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Retired. Teachers Enjoy' Christmas,Luncheon '

:. Starke Woman's Club Christmas Tea ... ''I
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The beautifully decorated! private Mrs. Douglas presented five state, Has ,' /
'dining room of the Bradford Family certificates of merit awarded for the ; "
Restaurant was the setting for following: contribution to Andrus On' Wednesday, Dec. 14' the The testable, covered with u f tact : "';j
Bradford-Union Retired"Teachers' fund, effective unit activities, enroll- Woman's Club Christmas Tea ;was cloth, held a silver tea service circled : \ '.
Christmas party on Thursday, Dec. ment of 98% of members in FREA r1b held in the clubhouse during the' by Christmas greenery and was
li. Traditional Christmas colors unit membership increased by afternoon hours of 4-6 p.m. presided over by Mrs. Joseph Warren -
were used for decorating throughout 13.8%, local unit of FREA. and Mrs. Orian Wells. The eggnog <
the room and on the tables. tlonal service was Guests were greeted by Mrs. table covered with a lace cloth:
President Mamie Jo Douglas presented Mrs. Muriel Norman in Herbert Thomas and Mrs. John Grif- held a silver bowl circled with
greeted members and wished thema memory of Mrs. Elma Riggs a fin, who invited them into the parlor greenery and was presided over by
happy holiday season. She was lifelong friend, who passed away in where the traditional Christmas tree Miss Della Rosenberg. .
especially pleased to have members October. Mrs. Norman recalled that 1 ,was highlighted by white ribbon Banked fern arrangements
back after many months of illness Mrs. Riggs was kind, loving, caring, bows, gold balls and a gold paper angel centered by a ficus tree was on the
thoughtful, understanding-' top. The mantel was covered with stage at the end of the room. Mar-
oustanding teacher. jorie Thomson and Mona Canova .
Announcing... Backgroundmusic ANR magnolia leaves interspersed by :
was provided by* Mrs. Mona gold and white ribbon bows and strings played Christmas music duel at the,
....Brooke Ashley Norman Canova In a pre-recorded organ arrangement w I rf of white beads. A garland of piano during the party hours.
Jeffery 'and Sharon Norman of juniper outlined with white ribbonswas Several members of the .r
Starke announce the birth of a Since the Christmas program draped across the mantel front Hawthorne Woman's Club and the ;
daughter, Brooke Ashley, born centered on children, Mrs. Eunice f A brass candle holder surrounded by Macclenny Woman's Club were out ..
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November 16 in Gainesville. Searing's devotional consisted of juniper and gold ribbons focused the of town guests. Mrs. Wells and Mrs.
Maternal thoughts about children's training Teal ,were assisted by Wilson's
grandparents are library table, while a traditional red
Johnny and pena Hobbs of. and accomplishments. She quoted and green Christmas basket was on. Florist and Jeannie Biggs with some
Tallahassee. scripturesProverbs 22:6: and Mat a side table. of their decoration arrangements.
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Paternal grandparents are' L.M. thew 19:14: and concluded with

(Buddy) and Sandra Norman,of prayer Miss, Mrs. Orian'Wells and Mrs. Ken-
Kathryne Epperson told of
Starke. some of her childhood Christmas neth Teal, Social Chairmen, were in
periences.Mrs. ex- charge of this affair and presided at Mrs Sharon Norman
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Millie Harden described .the refreshment tables which were
Dale and Ella Haas of Starke'announce Christmas on the island of Granada covered with lace, cloths A large Shower HonoreeOn
the birth of a son Joel Observation of Christmas on the centerpiece on the middle table was, Oct. 27 Sharon Norman was
William, born Dec 15 in Alachua island cannot be compared to Ar J 6! !silver candelabrum; holding four honored with, a stork shower given
General Hospital. He'weighed 8 celebrations in the U.S. There are white tapers with miniature gold by Montez Carter and Pam Whittle :
pounds and was 20" long. very few festivities, hardly any poinsettias and gold ribbons wound at the home of the !latter '
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & stores in ''which to buy gifts, or around them. Similar smaller
Mrs. Carl Thomas and the late decorations .... ,
there. candelabra were on the flanking After playing several games
Robert O. Hall of Starke. The group sang Christmas'carols refreshment tables. The glass Sharon opened her 'many useful,
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & accompanied by Mrs. Mona Canovaon Hostesses. for Christmas Tea.. French doors back of the refresh gifts. The guests were served. ,
Mrs. William S. Haas of Starke. the electronic keyboard. Mrs. Donna (Mrs. brian) Wells, left, and Vicki (Mrs. Km) Teal, are social ment tables' had juniper garlands variety of refreshments.
Charlotte Frees read an appropriate chairmen for the Starke Woman's. Club and were In charge of the draped over the tops twined with '
L.Teegan Michele Fox humorous poem A Little' Christmas Tea. (Article at right), white ribbon, bows and twinking The mother-to-be was 'presented I
I Terry and Michele Fox of Starke Mixed Up", lights shining through.: Similar with a car seat as a momento of the'
nnounce the birth of a daughter, Happy Birthday was sung to those, green and white decorations were at occasion. Among the guests from
Teegan Michele, born Dec' 8 in who had celebrated birthdays since each large window on either side of out-of-town were Sharon's. mother ..
Gainesville. She joins two brothers, the last meeting. At the conclusion of' "Book-Giving":: Great Idea for, ChristmasDuring the party room. White balloons trailing Dena Hobbs and sister, Teresa
ten-year-old William and .oneyearold the program, lunch was served, silver ribbons floated up. to the .Hobbs, both of Tallahassee; .
Jake, the holiday''season many work to create the creatures they so' ceiling. '
library patrons ask the staff to desperately needDragons! >
...Lehman Carl Norman Baby;; Showers Given recommend titles for the giving of '."The Sackett Companion" by Louis

Reggie and Bonnie Sue Norman of Honoring Ella Haas gifts to their friends and family. L'amour presents the research
The following books have been behind Sackett fiction as L'amour ,f
Boca Grande, .Fla., announce the Mrs. Ella Haas has been honored selected by the Bradford County elaborates on the real and fictional
birth of a son, Lehman Carl, born by three showers recently. On October .Public JLlhraryi characters, geography locales, and .j
Dec. 12 in Alachua General Hospitalin 9 a shower was given by Com- historical eras."Divided "

Gainesville. munity Bible Church ."The Sands of Time" by, Sidney Twins" by Yevgeny Yev- .
Maternal grandparents are Mr. & On Nov. 22, a shower was given by Sheldon the.tale of four nuns who tushenko takes every lover of distant 1tod
.Mrs..A.B. Peacock of Ocala. the Hospitality Committee at,, are abruptly forced to flee the places to the remote parts of Alaska }
Paternal &
grandparents are Mr. Lawtey Elementary. The hostesses secure environment of their Spanish and Siberia to prove that the Intrigu-
Mrs. Truman Norman is Mrs of LawteyjGreatgrandmother Thelma presented Mrs. Haas with a stroller convent and face a hostile world ing similarities between the two'' .3
as a momento of the occasion. a.ol abandoned. mammoth regions (geographicallyand
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Prevatt of Lawtey, On Dec. 5 a shower was given by'Helen .."Medusa' by Hammond Innes is kindred spirits) have produceda oho ":; .

..,Lisa Hiromi'Hardy Shuford Carolyn Harden-. ,the story of two men, swept up in a self-reliant and resourceful; people; > "'"1' ,
brook, and Cheri Charo, at the home'of series of.political and personal ."The Best of Amish Cooking" sites. Thanks fate
,Mr. & Mrs.. Frank Hardy of Seattle the latter. The house, 'was storms..: : traditional and .contemporary making ourbusiness
Washington, announce the adop-'. I beautifully decorated<<:! for Cl,'istmas?. ."Oracle-A I Love Story" by George recipes adapted from the kitchens fr N
tion of a daughter, Lisa Hiromi, born a

Burns tells pf the famous couple'slife and pantries of. Old Order Amish
,June 25, 1986 in Kyoto, .Japan.; She together. cooks. "*< ; success! Our
joins one sister,Sharon,11 years old Christmas Party Given ."Dragonsdawn" .by' Anne,McCaf' For more information,'visit or call o '
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & 't Js a.ffwould.like
For Larsen frey is set on Per a beautiful the library 964-6400.. ;Merry
Mrs. Charles Hardy of Starke. Family, Christmas, '" to wish ,rl',
,,planet The colony's, geneticists ,.' everyone ,

,..Joshua Gyan McDaniel .the The Larsen annual Family Christmas from Interlachen party for Merry ,: ,

James and Beck McDaniel an- was. held Dec. 12 at, the. Bradford Christmas!
nounce the a son, Joshua'' Family Restaurant. .
Ryan, who joins hisbig brother,, These seveq children, aged from Winning Tennis Instruction[ .

Jamie.Maternal. grandparents are Andy 19 adopted months and to all 15 have years spina,. are bifida.. all $10 per. hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each. .

& Faye Anderson and Rose &1 Jim Each child was presented a gift. Call Mark at 473-4380 964-6305. ,
Clark all of California. ,The party is sponsored each year Current students include KHHS team members.' Family Hair Designers.
Paternal grandparents are Jack & 'by' Steve and Kitten Denmark ,of' 1
Wilma McDaniel of Hampton. \, .
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said' paying Allen $9,100 in back pay and offer of$6,500 to $7,500 for Attorney When the counter offer did not Include -
escalate to $27,000 Brown he charging him for the patrol car. We ,Smith and$4,500 to Allen. If the offer I charging Allen for the wrecked '
has not made a counter offer,but didoffer. 'is refused file ,with Woods withdrew his
need to pay Smith$65 per hour and an appeal car second,
Attorney Smith$60 per hour for appeal the additional attorney fees." PERC.-and hold an'administrative allowing Wall's motion to die for
approximately 125 hours on the (The patrol car cost $10,000 less, .hearing, "charging Allen with the Jack! of a second.
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$1,200 received for the ,8frsas.
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"For the city to cough $27,000for this, and settles with PBA, you'llnever
up torney Smith $s,500 for his fees, off- .
During the discussion, Commissioner Allen and Smith is wrong," Wall "again win anything with setting Allen's claim of$9,100 for lost ,
Charles Schaefer said the city said. PERC. Silcox said Attorney Brown wages with the cost of the police car,
has had 18 patrol cars wrecked in re- Commissioner Travis! 'Woods had not pushed the probationary t
cent years, in which no one was echoed Wall's comment, saying, "I period: issue, and that he"(Silcox)
charged,and has never- ttempted to can't see giving it to them, either.:" happy with it at all. Woods seconded that motion 1"
recover the cost from police officer Attorney Brown reminded the Which passed 4-1. Silcox dissented. t
drivers. "Scotty Rhoden wrecked council that he needed authorization Wall moved to authorize Brown to Following the motion, Schaefer '
three cars in two. years," Schaefer ''to make a counter offer Immediately make a counter offer in lieu of the.. speaking for the council, said if the \. '
!said. ,, since time is running.out for an. $9,100 and$10,000,but did not specify counter offer is refused 1 the city will t: '" '. \.
Commissioner Ed Wall said, appeal, in case the offer is refused. an amount. Woods seconded the motion "go the appeal route and charge i '.
"Let's break with prl''den'* hv' Attorney Brown recommended an "only for discussion." Allen with wrecking the police car. ;,, .:0,<, "j \

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peace on earth..good will toward men,

the council over Schaefer's not read the meter with the dog In being read. To all our special friends, thanks.
Buster Rahn, signature, which she Interpreted to the yard.She reported Suggs said he The next month Suggs went by to ;
BCT Staff Writer be a threat to cut off services.' would estimate the meter reading at read the meter, but failed to call
Why does Starke threaten to cut Schaefer attempted to justify the let three times the usual usage,until the ,ahead as promised therefore no one '
off gas service when the bill is paid ter on the basis of being informa- change was effected was home to hold the dog. Corbett's Tires & Service
well in advance, Adkins Street resident tional, saying he quoted state law, "We have no objection to the city Because of the inflated estimates, ,
Mrs. John Totura asked in a re- forbidding the estimating of ''meter moving the meter,'" Mrs. Totura the Toturas built up,a credit ex- 402 N. Temple Ave. 964-6436 ,
cent city council meeting? readings for more than three monthsat said, but moving the fence isn't ceeding $500 in their gas account. .
This scenerio came on the heels'of a time. practical at this time, since we are 1 Mrs. Totura said over a period of
.three prior council meetings in Schaefer said Meter Reader in process of closing on the house, time, she talked with Kenneth Fuqua -
which members of the council took a Phillip Suggs cannot read the meter and.plan to fence the entire property. a city utilites supervisor, and
great deal of flack concerning its because of a large Doberman- worked out an agreement to meet
handling of city police matters,, dur Pinscher dog in the back yard. A compromise was reached, in with Suggs each month on the 15th,
ing citizen's participation session Mrs. Totura admitted the backyard which Suggs was'to phone ahead to read the meter. She stayed home f.
In this session. Mrs. John Totura' is fenced and she has a dog, when the meter was to be read,and ,from" .work-- .but. .Suggs-- never showed.. k
came to the podium to ask why Com but her recounting of events indicates Mrs. Totura would remove the dog
missioner Charles Schaefer, chairman she and her husband have from the yard while the meter was See... Mr*. Totura... page 12A
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._,u..W _'_____,. __ Jij) the Commence Northwest al a concrete monument at firm name of Houston's, P.O. Box 1292 Harry M. Hobbs Esquire : level a* well a* planning designing and.

Half of said corner of the East One M.lro.e. Fla. 32666 Intends to register Harry M. Hobbs, P.A. upervUIng proecti| ;; the total of which
Dated this 28th day of November, 20 min. 57 Section 16 and run N 89 deg said fictitious name under the aforesaid 725 East Kennedy Blvd. will exceed MSO.OOO. Primary cons
NOTICE OF PROPOSED 1988. sec E, along the North line of statute Tampa Florida 33602 Ideratlon will be given to firm who

ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE GILBERT $. BROWN to sold a Section 16 a distance of ....,.114 feet,' Doted this 16th .day of December and file the original with the Clerk of the hove office within a fifty-mile radius of
,I concrete monument; thence run 1988. In Bradford Stark. Florida. All) will be
BY
THE TOWN COUNCIL' CLERK CIRCUIT COURT' South County. above styled Court on or before January application
OF Control 03deg. 23 mln. 07 tec. W, 1105.94 considered and the school board will
THE TOWN
OF BROOKER, 0910 feet too 4tpd 12/22-1/12 2. 1989; otherwise a |udom.nt may be
concrete monument; thence run'S elect the three ((3)) molt qualified for
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'FLORIDA 4tchg /\.22' 06 deg. 15 Control 0929 entered against you for the r.ll.fdemanded
NOTICE i IS HEREBY mln. 49 sec.E. 261.07 feet to negotiation, purposes.Ilm .
GIVEN'Ihal on the In the Complaint or P tlllon.
January 10, 1989. of 7:3Op.m.: the Town $ 06 Point of Beginning; thence continue' IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH WITNESS my hand and tha sal 1 of paid, Duncan Superintendent
deg. IS min. 49 sec. E. 301.43 feet JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bradford School
to OF THE County
Council of 1he Town, of, Brookker, a STATE OF Court on December 1. 1988. .,
concrete monument on the South line FLORIDA. IN AND Control 0928
Florida FOR BRADFORD
In be NOTICEOF
regular session to h.ld In HON.GILBERT S. BROWN
of the
the City Hall Breaker Florida will consaids SHERIFF'S SALE SW 1/4 North of On* Quarter (N 1/4) of the ,COUNTY- CLERK CIRCUIT COURT Stcha 12/22-1/S
the following ordinance on second NOTICE I I. hereby given that I I. Dolph 19 NE 1/4; thence run S 89 deg ''CIVIL DIVISION Control 091$ NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

reading ond proposal passage ,thereof. E. Reddish, at sheriff of Bradford County the min North 01 sec.1/4 W of, along the the South line of MID-STATE ,Case' No. 88.6Q9.CA 41chg 128.29r Notice It hereby given that i r. Polph E.
ORDINANCE NO. Florida, under and by virtue of Writ of the Southwest 1/4 of TRUST II. leddlth a* sheriff of Bradford County,
Northeast 1/4 and the North 1/4 of a. Delaware Business Trust -- -
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A FRAN Execution to-wlti the ; Florida under and by virtue of Writ of
SE 1/4 INTENT
Execution Issued of the NW 1/4 a distance of Plaintiff ACQUIRE
CHISE TO BRONSON CABLEVISION INC, out of County Courtof s Execution; to-wlt:
A FLORIDA CORPORATION ITS SUC Alachua County, Florida, pursuant too 826.08 feet to a concrete monument; Y.CLARA PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTURAl. Execution' issued out of County Court
CESSORS AND ASSIGNS. TO BUILD Final Judgment for Barnett Bank of thence run N 00 deg. 40 min, 59 sec' W;' E', LEE SERVICES BY ,of Bradford County Florida, pursuant too
CONSTRUCT Alachua County N.A., of Gainesville, 330.0 feel; thence N 89 deg. 19 mlru.01 a single woman and COMPETITIVE SELECTION Final Judgment for DuPont
OPERATE AND
A CABLE TELEVISION SYSTEM MAINTAIN Florida and against Johnny Flower and sec t, "98.I 9 f.et; thence run S 45 deg. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF The Bradford County School Board Employee Credit Union and Mining
,I' ,. TOWN OF BROOKER. FLORIDA/ IN THE Ernestine Flowers, defendant, In the 29 min. 58 sec E, 42.30 feet; thence run BRADFQRD COUNTY Stork*, Florida In accordance with C. Hall., defendant. agolll.tDarryl In the
AND
.. N 89 deg. 19 min. 01 E Defendants Florida Statute 287,005 shall
i SETTING FORTH CONDITIONS ACCOMPANYING amount of ( .255.7.. together with costs sec 268.78 feetto conduct amount 3556.03 together with costs
," THE'GRANTING of collection. the Paint of Beginning: sold parcel NOTICE OF SUIT open competition In the selection of 0 of collection.
OF THIS
FRANCHISE Hay seized and have In my pa....- containing 5.942 acres more or less TO: CLARA E. LEE If olive or dead her Provisional Selection Architect. Have tolled and have in my possess
Said proposed Ordinance' be tlon the following described per..olprop.rty 'SUBJECT TO and Including on eat*. unknown spouse, 'heirs, d.vise.sgront.s limited hall be bawd upon but not slon the following described personal'
may Inspected for to; capability,
ment
general road adequacy of
creditors and all
by the to-wlt: purposes across a other parties per. property to-wlt:
public In the City Hall .1982 Ford 60 foot strip of land lying 30 leet left of claiming by ,through, under onnel, pent record and experience,
Brooder, Florida, ''during th. hour of Pickup, F-IOO VIN or against wllllngnets to 1978 BMW, 10 5439450
and 30 her meet lima and
" 9:00: a.m. to 12:00: 1FTCF10F7C NA 66218 Tag 670 ERN. feat right of the following' budget requirements A* the property of the above named
' p.m. Monday location
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, ," ," Friday and Saturdays. A* the property of the above named described easement Centerline: Whose residences are unknown. work load, and recent and Current defendant and that on Tuetdoy, the 17th
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I',' All Interested parties defendant and that on Monday the 9th Commence at a concrete monument Of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on oc- Those day of January 1989 at two o'clock on
'appear
; the meeting and be heard may with at of January. 1989 at two o'clock on aid the Northwest comer of the East One'Half tlon, to foreclose a mortgage on the consideration Individual or firm wl.hlng old day on the premises of the Bradford
the proposed ordinance. respectto day on the premises-of the Bradford of Section 16 Township 7 South, following property In Bradford County filed their who have not prevlouily' County Jail, I will offer for tale and .*ll
Charlene Thomas;'Clerki County Jail., I will offer for sole and sell Range 20 East' and run N 89 deg. :3O; min Florida towitSection : the pre-qualHIcotlon form with to the highest bidder for cash In hand,
'. to the highest bidder for cash In hand, 57 sec E, along the North line of laid 25, Township 5 South, Range do Superlntendenrsofflce are Invited to the above described property of sold
, Control ltchgt2/22 ,the above described property of told Section 16 a distance of 134.78 feet to 22 East located in the South !M of the SE 1989.'o by 12. Noon Monday January 9. defendant to satisfy the aforesaid ex
0927 defendant to satisfy the aforesaid Ex.' the point of beginning; thence run S 01 1/4 of the 'SW "" ,and described as Interview with the live molt ,ecution.
IN THE CIRCUIT ecution deg. 13 mln. 54 tec. W, 1333.87 ,feet; follows: qualified firm will take place on Dolph E. Reddith, Sheriff
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN COURT AND FOR EIGHTH BRAD. Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff thence run S 89 deg. 19 min. 01 sec. W, Commence the point where the ,January selected 9th for with three ((3)) firm being Bradford, County Florida
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Bradford County Florida 630.19 feel to the end of said easement. North ROW line of a county graded road 1989. negotiation on January 30, 4tchgl2/22.1/17
CASE NO. 88-405-CA Control 0920 SUBJECT to easement In favor of Clay (which runs along the South edge of the Control 0928
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE 4tchg 12/15-1/5 Electric Cooperative Inc., dated 7 SE 1/4 of SW 1/") Intersect the Westerly
,ASSOCIATION ..February 1945 and r.cord.d In ROW of SR 223; run thence West along
Plaintiff a corporation Miscellaneous Book 17 page 2S1, public ROW of graded rood, to the point whereIt '" IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA, records of Bradford County Florida. Intersects the east line of SE 1/4 of SW : ,,

, KENNETH L. TETSTONE,,, etc., et ol., EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR at public sole, to the highest and best 1/4 for POINT OF BEGINNING. From '' SiaawAVeat
R jMfe) :) I ii;> !::::" !\:: Defendant. ,BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. bidder for cash at the main entrance of POB continue West along ROW 80 feet;, ,
!f. ;/ fevfe': : \ ( : ,);: ,T. J. MANN and Stark, Bradford County, Florida at SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, 250 feet; run.thence ,. : : dim
K M'iv'; ;::? '+jr'\, NOTICE OF SALE NELL MAN hit wile. 11:00: a.m. on th. 12th day of January East, parallel' to ROW 80 feet; run

mWV' ;\}(; ;') I"r\1" ;;,: ,' Notice I. h.r.by glv.n that pursuant Plaintiff 1989. thence South to ROW 250 feet to POB. Join Us in Worship This Christmas Season'
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KhWAWJ'-S"'f'.Vi1i,1: ? "; i' to an order or a summa ry final judgment i WITNESS my hand and official'seaI of hat been filed against you and youore. ,
.WXW, WS'' y,WWforeclo.ure; (,! Q ,,: tered In the above- JOHN ROBERT LEFEVERS and said Court this 16th day of December, Christmas Eve:
PATRICIA his
LEFEVERS wife. 1988.
i captioned action I will tell the property STARKE ,: .
situated in BRADFORD COUNTY, Florida, Defendants.NOTICE GILBERTS. BROWN Early Carols. 10:30: PMHoly

' ,. *) \ ,\; described: OF SALE Clerk of Court CHURCH OF GOD Eucharist 11:00: PM
:,' !$' *?' Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant
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: 12/22-29
; : 1,; Lot Three ((3)) of Block 1 In WHITE, 2tchg
',: I"\( ,\ .'! ', i, to' Summory'iFnel i ) 'Judgment ol '' Control 0926' 4.12 N. ST. CLAIR 864-5445
ACRES
SUBDIVISION) a* recorded In Plat
" \" i Foreclosure entered herein I will tell .... Christmas Day::,,
Johji
: : Book 2, page 73 of the public record of the --r IP Spratlln; Pastor ,
situated In Bradford
",, property County .
))' i''' Bradford County Florida NOTICE OF INTENTION' We Jntftte you to worshIp With us, Holy Eucharist, 10:30: AM
<.. ,: ; Florida described a* follows: .
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: at public tale, to the highest and best TO REGISTER
, It' { x / A parcel of land situated In the .. Attended Nursery
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:r !h NI I,,.' bidder for cash, at the front door .
; of the FICTITIOUS NAME
",,: ',\\'; .( Southeast One Quarter of the Northwest Sunday School t.iV' *i y ,lOam St. Mark's Episcopal Church
i'itr.; Bradford County Courthouse In Stark, Purtuant to Section .,' Florida '
865.09, Morning ,., .J
: 'One Quarter (SE 1/4 of NW 1/4)) of Sec-' Worship +i. : lam
i'I'; .;':xVp: 'I:';: t Florida at llOOo': .m.janD.c.mMr7J; tlon ,16;, Township 7 South. Range 20 Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the Evening Service ,, ., .... 6pm 212 North.Church Street''
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for a great Christmas morning. t\ 09:30'4:30
1OREETIIVCS Special Bible study on the- ,
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DON'T day School at 9:45: tt.m., and a great N.Urlt. I
Christmas celebration at 11 a.m.
DRINK Be DRIVE All other, services and activities .jifu ..siU..t 9irul/Towenr .Ca&ctha
for Sunday have been cancelled this One last performance" of "Rejoice .Hcuuoritt Qaumtl"Dttighu r9aiAlusnLt
week.: First Baptist wishes, you a The Living Nativity' tonight at 8p.m.
Christ-filled Christmas. at First;; Baptist Church 33% Off ALL Christmas Decorations

Starke."Rejoice". is ',a joint effort of Wreaths ornaments Gift Bags Paper
I Alcohol Doesn't Have To Be At Parties WTLG-FM and First Baptist to Goods. Dec. 22, 23, 24
relnact that first ,Christmas in
Unadvertised Specials for the last-minute
The holidays are upon us, and it is If you are a host or hostess, don'tpressure drama and music. ,
helpful' to remember that alcohol anyone into drinking. Let You won't want to miss this :ShoDoer:; !! CLOSED
and party-goers can be a deadly your guests decide what they want. beautifully staged production. Bring Merry Christmas! '
combination. "Alternative, "Encourage dancing: or games. the family.'Bundle up and bring a DEC 25. & 28
beverages and food may save the Long conversations just sitting ,lawn chair for the best seat in the We Appreciate Your Patronage! "
life of someone you love this holiday around usually cause more drinkingthan house or remain in your car and, 504 -Ml OzltSfA Specialty Gift Shop
season," according to Hugh.Biggar, the 'party needs for real conviviality listen via the simulcast over WTLG- ,
Clinical Director of the Koala ,' Biggar adds: FM (88.3). surh-f(4. 9&4.8547"
Center. The following three recipes won -
Biggar asks that you keep the awards a Koala-sponsored 'nonalcoholic ..
following facts in mind when plann; drink contest, You might t ,: I, ':
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for a drink to leave the body and delicious concoctions to your guests '
seven hours for five drinks.The liver who prefer to avoid alcohol: IV +' I' 'J, "I'<,1,)
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hour. Neither coffee, exercise, SEA ISLAND PUNCH' ., ,
cold shower will sober someone 3 oz. juice '
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"As a host or hostess! this holiday 1 oz. grenadine ';,'.1';.:;,,;''J 11'(
season, remember- you are pour 1 oz. lemon sour mix j; J3est' .1"t' '
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slosh the bottle into the glass. You Put ingredients In a blender \ ''
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both are good substitutes ,for 'one of glass with grenadine. Blend .. .. ''' ',
for the road". two scoops of ice cream with a tsp. of + U- I" ',"<, ,
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much alcohol to drive, get someone' coffee. Pour in glass. Blend three y C "
to take him or her home, or I let that scoops of ice cream with 3 oz, I'i\'t': : \( !.:. 't
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'Splitting two games Dec 14 and 15 ,Jackets press and use'its own half- Vanguard 50-'BIIS'25 felt obligated and so went.to play
in the North Marion Christmas Tour court trap to gain an early 14-11 first with just six players. .
nament beating lead. From then the In the Dec. 15 and overconfident
Leesburg High period on Lady game Obviously shaken, BHS' was
1fl 57-44 but losing to Ocala Vanguard Tornadoes never looked back, BHS five was bombed
Sft-25,the Bradford High girl's varsi- outscoring the Ladies from 50-25 by Ocala Vanguard a team outscored 8-Sln the first period 15-8
ty basketball team is 7-2. Leesburg in each quarter BHS had edged 59-58 by. in the Brad- in the second. BHS was outscored,
The Tornado girls are Idle'' until Rhonda Bright had her best night ford gym. 18-12 in the second half
+' aMr ru.Jw..dt3'mWM fdv1. after Christmas, when school re ever with 23 points scored and 19 re- In the second half BHS did allow on-
opens. BHS goes to Ocala Forest bounds. Monic Williams added 15 Poor shooting from the floor, 1176or ly 18 points by Vanguard but scored.
January 7, and to Santa Fe January points. Aunlla Williams and Evette 18 percent,spelled the loss for the only: 12 points themselves.
12. Chiefland cancelled a Jan. U Covington each had three blocked BHS girls. Only six BHS girls went to .
game shots. the game after a rock was thrown OVMVMri 1* II It M
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Dec. 14 the Lady Tornadoes beat a ,.|Iw.Naw4../ .II, MM 0.M**..>.*ri.:M J-l/l 1f1.1/1.11 I, ,a.IWI11.1 MMlt wiHbml Lessburg game. Four BHS girls .4W 22-4-.M.r *..WUIIwtt. JJ-4/H. 1C........ *HIrifM .
tough Leesburg Lady Yellow L.J...... 1.*.., Av.Wllll.ml ,I-I/1.4 T_luM opted not to return to the tourna ., |../.-f,LtecfclOT I..-..hMtol',I,I/I.M.
Jackets team known(for its full court .l-4/.'.17.tMlburf. ment.But Coach John Slater said he
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press aggressive man-to-man 2.1A.. trinmu. M/l-4 V./.*"r< 1.14/H. II,
defense. *... I.'/l-4. V,OrffH t.'/>-4, II. __M> ".'/"/,
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''The Town of Brooker, Florida will'hold' aneIec'uon
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following offices': three seats on the Town -

Charles B. Belcher K
Going High.., Council.
BUS forward Pedro Carter pee up high for two of hb 15 point aj BIIS Candidates may qualify to run for the, above Police
Chief
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I a.m. 'to 12:00.: Tuesday. Friday' &,Saturday : Starke Florida t,

Beats BakerTornado beginning December 27, ':1988 ending

December; 1988.411 qualify papers must Make Your Vote Count ,
be received at Town, Hall by'noon, December "
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Baker High five 97-72 ,on the double figures. la/ankh.la/all-IICU pd. poL adv. aCl-A-11/71-I 1/19
Wildcats home floor In the regular The JV five lost 52-51 to Baker in.
season opener and a district' win last ,,its first game of the season. 2hc
Friday night. Dec.: 1$.
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Bradford, hitting at a 78 percent I? M \' II 71 i '
pace from the floor, exploded for 33, ...<...... 'MhJoh.* feny ,../.-14, lu,m< /.lr. u/xTA11tT I I
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dull Hudson.6, dr...... ...1/.-.., tarry ,W..l ,t.I.1/1-10. ,,,.1.,, "Gaffe'int, Thursday and, Friday nights. Stop byfor, ,
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Baker was getting breaks from the t :Jf"n, 'I- .24 ,
officials and hitting with accuracy in Upcoming.,. a44( ,3lar eg'JW9! Afan.v.- F, in Downtown Starke.,
the first half. '
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basketball over probably a this week. '
dozen times.The press was effective BHS was to play Dee: 21 against '
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building a seven point advantage Santa Fe Christian Academy, and .,
in the second period, but Baker
got then play today (Thursday,Dec. 22)
three hot and went into the. half,with a in either the prelims or finals. It's a 'FINAL CALL FOR' j1
point advantage., 4340. four team tournament with' BHS. 'J

Bradford'came out'with the press, Lake Gibson, Santa Fe Christian.
again and won the.third period: 24-16, Academy and Zephyrhills.
and went on from there. Officials
would begin call fouls and the Tor- First home game of the season for "
nadoes would atop tem the Tornado varsity Is Jan. 3, the 'HMQTMM 1'
pressing
porari v. I first day back at school, when BHS '
hosts, Ocala ,Forest in a District 5,

Tornado Eugene ,Blye was thegame's gome., .
high scorer with 27 points,
including five baskets from the three
point range. Baker used a box and
one, with the free man one-to-one on Homestead Exemption "

Eugene Blye'John Berry, at point Notices 'are NowAutomatically BOf, ? iN ,
guard, recognized the box and one. Renewed ;
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Berry was left free I and he hit "
several shots from outside."It got to I "'"'
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,said Coach,, Rowland Cummmes 1989 will be automatically renewed if In of '
Appreciation Our Customers
In addition were Wendult Hudson ''a ,resident still occupies, the same ,
with 18 points,Pedro Carter 16,John home as in 1988.Property '
Berry 14, and Marvin Lane 8. Appraiser Jimmy s a we will stay open until 8:00 p.m.
John Berry fouled out with 3:55 remaining Alvarez says the automatic renewelwas .
in the fourth period, but by made possible by a recently Thursday and Friday ',Nights
that time the Tornadoes had a com: enacted new state law. It will save
'money on postage, save people the
manding, lead The Bradford boys trouble of returning the cards to theappraiser's 4 "
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were hot, and in charge, with Carter office,and will prevent a I
and Hudson driving in for layups, handful of forgetful persons from Thursday & .
adding a additional threat to the out having to pay hundreds of dollars in Friday; '
,side shooting of Eugene Blye, John additional taxes when they fail to
Berry and Marvin Lane. ,return the homestead notices ,NightsCustomer '

Wendull Hudson had 9 rebounds to Alvarez says: M 14 hy l \
add to- his 18 points,.Marvin Lane A number of north Florida coun- Flu/
,had 6. ties are going to' the automatic
'"Eugene Blye; showed a lot of renewal this year, Appraiser,
leadership In the second half. said ,Alvarez,,said, ,including Bradford '
1" Coach Cummings. County.

The 97 points could be a, .Bradford, The homestead exemption notices Appreciation Sale
,school record., t i will be mailed the final day or two of
1988, Alvarez says, but unless you
have a different address you don't,, All GiftsIncluding
have, to return a card .to the,ap-
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luck." Expensive restaurant, get-'pot CRAB AND CHEESE FONDUE 2 cup* .vbok' cranberries fresh berries and mix well. I II Yf clip granulated sugar In small bowl,combinii cggyolk. I 1I V', ',,..
logcthcry arcs giving way to small Substitute shrimp for a tasty vari or rf'Mab Cook over medium heat., stirring I V.Yt teaspoon ground cinnamon cups sugar and spicc;..Bcat on MEt
dinner parties at home.: ation. 1 mcdWM_ orange!, cut Into eighths occasionally. until mixture comes,to a. V-,' teaspoon ground nutmeg LOW three to four mimjlcs until thick
boil. teaspoon
This year many traditional holiday 1 cup canned chicken broth 0/ cup lsAtar{ Cool. ground dons and light. Gently fold egg yolk mixture'
Z tabIMpAuns cornstarch<< : When cake is cooled into Assemble Oster "Kitchen
get-togethers will be held in someone's /4 cup sherry wine split three Center"i into whites on LOW.
home. Will It be yours? If so, why not 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour 1 con'IMI" ((8 ounces) frozen equal layers. '(To split, mark sides ol r mixer./'In,large bowl beat egg whites Yield! : 8 cups, approximately/ ,42
plan an elegant,yet easy appetizer,and 2 tablespoons butler or margarine whIt$ 1'fA topping thawed (reserve cake with wooden picks and cut, wit I on until oft I'eaksform; grad- servings. ,
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Appetizers can be cheese, cut.into 1-Inch cubes Pre QfI.\ angel food cake according' Spread one layer with V whipped I
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provide ''sufficient variety to satisfy Vt pound processed American toping. cranberrj
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every palate. Try these elegant but cheese cut Into 1-Inch cubes '
simple) recipes developed by the Oster'( .3-4 drops hot pepper sauce While CAke J i Is baking,prepare filling. layers. Garnish with reserve r
Home Economists, and fill in with deli Dash onion powder Put ooj Wp cranberries into Osterizcr whipped topping. Refrigerate. before
dips and prepared snacks. 6 Ounces frozen crab meat, blender container. Cover and process: serving.
two cytle:' # at MED-HIGH. If :yield; 8-12 servings.
Cheesy crab fondue is easy to make. defrosted and naked ((Imitation ; neces- "
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The hit of the party will be your heav- HIGH until well blended. ,
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to a holiday favorite-Cranberry over medium heat. When mixture is '
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4 Schools Get Computers in March of Dimes Drive .

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Four Apple computers one to a Southside 'Elementary and Starke BHS student 'government, JV and James Watson.
F t'' school, are going to four Bradford Elementary. cheerleaders, Key Club Pinehurst As part, of Ms. Chastain's fundraising
V schools as a result of a March o: The goal for the'drive was $1 per Grocery Donela, Inc., ;Strickland's: effort,' Bradford High
, Dimes drive led by School Board student. Ms. Chastain says she is One StoP. Stump's DepartmentStore students sold balloons l and released
Chairman Evelvn'Chastain.. still short $96 and is accepting donations Jones Funeral Home,Dr.J.E. them at a football game the
for that. It was a statewide Denmark and Dr. Bill Marchese,At- cheerleaders carried a blanket
By raising $3.050 six Bradford drive headed by Commissioner of torney R.A. (Buzzy) Green, Jordan around the football field and fans
County schoools became eligible to Education Betty Castor. Ms. Chas- Insurance Agency Chastain's tossed coins into the blanket.
enter a drawing for an Apple com tain is the chairman of the Bradford Jewelry, Attorney James R. Flynn Southside Elementary had a balloon
puter.In all, some Florida\ schools County drive. Bradford County Telegraph, SawyerGas sale, the schools carried out the $1
became eligible to win 32 Apple computers Ms. Chastaln wishes to recognizethe Supt. Jim Duncan, Attorney 'per student drive, and canisterswere
in a Dec. 17 drawing at Walt local corporate sponsors who Johnny Hobbs Architect Splros : placed around the county
Disney World 'Lake .Buneau Vista contributed: Terwillegar Motors, Drivas, Dr. Steve* Miller, Mr. and
Village. Mitchell's Drug Store Denmark Mrs. Bill Adams and Bradford Donations can still be made for the
Bradford County schools receiving Furniture, Rotary Club, Kiwanis County School Board'' members remaining$96 to Ms. Chastain at her'
computers are Bradford Middle Club, Woman's Club, Junior Evelyn Chastain, Len Schlofman ,business Chastain's Jewelry In
School, Lawtey Community School., Woman's Club, Little Women's Club, .JimmieJScott. .James Wainwright, downtown Starke. ,
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John Hodges, 32, a three-year N.C:, was twice elected marshal of munity College. It- *... Hodges describes himself as a
veteran and shift lieutenant with the Hampton- 1982 and 1984. He joined From Newberry.Hodges has been hard worker and says he Intends
Starke Police Department, Is a can- the Starke< Police Department in a resident of Bradford County since "...to do what I cap to stop the flow I
didate for police chief in the Jan. 24 August 1985. He Is currently in 1974. He resides now at 810 N. Cherry of illegal drugs. You have to stay on
special:! election. charge of the night shift of the SPD." .St., Starke. ___it. It's not going away," ...
Lt. Hodges has 550 hours of law .u
Hodges, who is married to the en
former Diana Davis of Greensboro forcement training with a straight-A
.-., average. He was class valedictorianof 3POR UNTO US A CHILD IS BORNIn
his Police'Academy Class. The

Wiley On The March.... A-average has been maintained
through courses in
March of Dimes Chairman Evelyn Chastain, chairman of the Bradford radar at Santa Fe Common ty College % \ appreciation of
School Board accept a |100 donation from Wile Clark,president of the and in narcotics identification ,

Starke Rotary Club. .and investigation at Lake City Com-
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told her there was no need to read the chain of events leading to the
the meter since she has a',credit ,. Police Chief Candidate Christmas, "
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balance in her gas! account.In ,. '
the meantime, the city mailed \
her a check for $300, reducing. the
!large balance. v
In October Mrs. Totura tendered a = It ,
check for natural gas, and it was' ,, I '..,
returned along with a note saying, r. iIIt h-
"you don't owe anything.1Schaefer t'0' T
told Mrs. Totura, LII: i Jackson Building' Supply
"You're missing the point. The state: \
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law prohibits the .estimating'', of< { : Lake Butler Starke Keystone Hgts.
meter readings for more than three 13J t I 496-3079 964-6078 473-4973
months, and that's what the letter
says '*,- Hoping holi'
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Mrs:Totura said she construes the 'a
letter to be a threat to cut off the gas days are stuffed with ,'Or? '"

and she is wondering why a person joy*,

'that is to paid threats.ahead should be.subjected -; ;;: Russell's, V eiaice'uv themiracle'and/,
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reported the city has relocated the like very \ .. ,. ; : ;, ,:
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i'been yard appeased., and that Mrs.' Totura has., May you have joyous Yuletide season! ,.,;, I,. ; i"id'"" ,," ::..,',," ,

Schaefer went on'to say that Mrs. JoAnn's Country Crafts ,
Totura was not singled out, but ", ,' ', ':,
.received one of '15 letters mailed &,Wood Works

over Totura,his situation signature.was However unique,, and the ,. 504 w. Call Street e '. ,, "',",: : ,c' ., _,

should have been handled different-- j:,; ;: :, .,_.. .-....."....;: .,
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ly. Schaefer blamed a lack of com- : ., ,:::1""': ,', .', "
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the letter having been sent, and j, .' ,',:/:::; ,'\ 1. "
said procedures have been cor-, Finally Auto Detailing'that '. I:, .';'!' : :"","
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boat and planeprotection ( .
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BCT Staff Writer :critical areas The first diagnosis level. I',/
The McCutchen family and the by attending physicians was They say this Is as well'as he Is ", "
Cloud family of Starke have that Demetrius would be In an ever expected to do." Barbara '"
plenty to be ,thankful for this Irreversible locked
coma. In a' McCutchen says,with a note 6f
Christmas season as the vegetative state for the rest of defiance In,her'voice. "But they ':\]
amazing recovery and rehabilitation his. life. said he would never even wake ..'
of Demetrius Cloud*age His grandmother Barbara Mc. up at one point.'They said he "
15. continues at an amazing Cutchen has been the leader In would be paralyzed for life.
pace. the family effort to help ,Demetrius Is a healthy and '
. ,' Five years ago Demetrius sat Ina Demetrius recover as 'well 'as happy boy. He does not seem to "
wheelchair paralyzed from can be expected. It has been 'blame anyone for his problems., :,,1
head to to and unable .to speak long battle but the results' have He never speaks of the accident, ',/,
more than a few words or care been astounding. or the driver Involved. The doctors r
for himself at all. Demetrius not only awoke from !;
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from a deep,coma after being also regained complete move Demetrius Will someday live and ':7. ?: :' /
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struck by a truck In an accident ment and much more of his own It
In'Starke' Was the first of many 'speech processes'than doctors Is possible.-We've come a long "
way and I believe the best is yet ,"" ,,
miracles but when he did finally had ever thought possible., to '
regain consciousness his battle Now'attending rehabilitative come. ,I,
was Just beginning. classes In Gainesville at Eastside --p-- -, -
The collision left him paralyzedwith High School. Demetrius''Is J 5 r Fighting Back....

..severe' brain damage. His now 15 years old and has the Accident victim Deimtriw Cloud(at left)b fighting courageous: light for rehabilitation with the help ,
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It Armed' Robbery Suspect in Georgia Jail STARKE LANES STARKE LANES

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A 26-year-old robbery suspect Is in suspect matches the description ot rested Dec. Vt in Woodbine, Georgiaand NEW LEAGUES FORMING
Georgia In '
custody in Camden the" who' a stolen car and had a
County Jail man' robbed<< the clerks at will be returned to Jacksonville
gun point, all :in the same day He where he Is female companion with him, accor- '
The is wanted suspect In a rash of arm- Monday NightADUL'
suspect by Florida' has used ding to Investigator David Aderholt.
the
same type of gun made ed robberies since Dec. 5,
authorities, In connection: with a. Investigation Bradford authorities '
the are anxious to
same remarks to
clerks and; so far has revealed he is ;[ CHILD
large number of armed robberies including followed the same method! as! the sible for 34 robberies in Northeast respon- question Carter for ,the local robberies -
four Bradford County convenience matt being sought by Duval County. Florida Including Clay and Bradford according to Investigators Tuesday Night
jstoros ,Dec. It, one in the Counties ,Aderholt and Michael McCIa in of the
county and three in StArke. The James ,Michael Carter, was ar ', 11 Bradford Sheriff's Department. '
Apparently Carter was stopped in LEARN TO BOWL


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Armed Forces... Army Infantry School In,,Ff Bfnnmg received training which qualified fie or mortar squad. 9648175STARKE
them as light-weapons Infantrymen The soldier is a 1988 graduate of I
MSgt. Stephen Koerner During, the Course, students, and as indirect-fire crewmen in a ri Hawthorne High School. LANES STARKE LANES
Awarded Science Degree
Master Sgt tephen''w. Koerner
son Of Ann T. Markils of Derry.
Nil, and Walter W. Koerner of GREAT HOLIDAY
Keystone Heights, has been awarded -, MEALS
an associate degree in applied
science by the Air Force Community
College.:
The worldwide college, headquartered -
at Maxwell AFB Ala., 1P
awards associate degrees to enlisted Winn-Dixi !?Tronv f7k Vv-
airmen for: programs combining
technical\ education received in the
Air(Force with general education ,$
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provided, by civilian institutions U .
Koerner is an air traffic controlsupervisor

Force Base,at SC.'with Myrtle, Beach the 2066th Air aPC1M

Communications Squadron. He is a Kte1t1ty CIvti !
1970 graduate of West High Schoo]in' tUt
,Manchester,N.H. .

Airman Da'niel'Schuck

Arrives in Idaho PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATION:
Air Force Airman' First Class
Daniel,, 1.,. Schuck son of'Royal' 12S WALNUT BRADFORD SOUAM STARKE SHOPPING CCNTCR-DILI!PHONE:_SI1I
Schuck, Jr., of Ontario, Calif., and WHOLESMOKED
Dorothy Sowell of Brooker, has arrived
for duty'at Mountain Home Air
,Force Base, Idaho. EVERYDAY
HAMS
Schuck ''is a Jaw enforcement
'specialist with, the 366th Security ; 7'
Police ''Squadron He is ,a 1985 '
graduate of Chaffey High School in LOW, LOW
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Ontario.Sgt, Jeff Morrison PRICES'' "

Based in EnglandAF
Sgt. Jeff A. Morrison, son of '
James Rand' Shirley Morrison of SAVE YOU "
Keystone Heights has, arrived for, f ,, 19'L'FOOD
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Morrison is"a' turboprop propulsion
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Wolfson High\ School in Jacksonville: '
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Pvt Nathan'Thornton :. ORDER OR MORE.

.. Completes Pvt. Nathan Basic Thornton, son'of FOOD BILL 'SHANK PORTION or '
Harriett R.L. Black of Lake Butler, SHANK HALF HAMS LI 99c iDiTliAiF HAMS La $109

has,One,completed NXHe, basic training at Ft. YOU'RE GOING.TO SEE THE DIFFERENCE.;
I.i a'' 1988 graduate of Union
County High School In Lake.Butler.SSgt. .
..Leslie Crews' d' ',. HICKORY SWEET $ 99. "FOR NEW YEAR'S" 4ge ENDLESSi1Nk. .mJ'S99':

Arrives in Kansas 9fbH 'x"! BONELESS HAMS' Li. ] t.' 'HOG"JOWLS. lJ. SMOM&U11GE: ,...:,

Army Staff Sgt.Leslie Crews Jr.;,, HAMILTON LOW SALT FRYER' PALMETTO'FARMS
son of Viola V. Godwin of Lawtey, E-Z CARVE $1 98 88' $197HAMS
Kansas.has arrived'for duty;at Ft,"Riley,\ .'. .'". ,U GIZZARDS e,; to PIMENTO CHEESE u

His wife;Barbara, /is the daughter'' PORK
,of Vernon V. Mobley of Lawtey. He SMOKED PORK' HORMEL CURE 81 $398 ,La $398"SHOULDER
is'"a 1973 graduate of' Lake Butler. PICNICS Lti 8998 HAM . .. u CHITTLINGS e ',0. SIZE
I' High School. ., SEND A WINN-DIXIE HOT or MILD' 'W-O REGULAR

Pvt. Edward Jackson GIFT' A MADISON BRAND SMITHFIELDPORK BOLOGNA '99eWD
| 77"
,Completes Basic GIFT THAT'S ALWAYS TURKEY HAMS' to ,SAUSAGE 'La OR FRANKS .' ., PN0
Army National Guard Private Edward WHOLE Of HALF MEDIUM
Q. Jackson,son of Dorothy IN GOOD TASTE.. SMITHFIELD COUNTRY $' 'WHOLEL.D.r. 58 W-D CHOPPED $249
Scott and stepson of Lawrence W. SEE YOUR WINN-DIXIE CURED HAMS .,. .' ,1 HAM 'ti
,Scott of Lake Butler, has completed, L. 2198 SAUSAGE Of '. ,f Ls,
basic training at Ft.Dix N.J. LOCATION MANAGER FOR DETAILS. w-o GRADE REOI-BASTED W-D ,
He is a 1987 graduate: of Cairo'High, REDEEM AT OVER 1,200 STORES TURKEY $ BREAKFAST $298 COOKED $389

.' School,Georgia THROUGHOUT THE SUNBELT. BREAST . ta' LINK SAUSAGE..rXC HAM . ,'. .
Pvt:Christopher Edwards

Completes Infantry Y sic
rnrifteld
Pvt Christopher M. Edwards,son pow
of Anita J, Cannon of Hampton and
Larry D. Edwards of Gainesville,. lNONTININSs w..IM o
has completed,training! at the, U.S.:


FliP Troopers At'hi" "'!I

Vehicle Continue.Inspections License*1 1l1 ;1 1I '


Bradford County ,
The Florida Highway Patrol will
be conducting driver license and, I Y1.Ow it
vehicle inspection checkpoints during d I
the week of Dec.23 through Dec..
29 on SR21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18; ,
SR.16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B:
CR-225, CR-125, CR-229, CR-231
CR-227, CR-221,CR-230 and CR-100A : :
in Bradford County.
Recognizing the danger presented *
to the public by defective vehicle LOW pflC
equipment, Troopers will concen-
_
trate their efforts on vehicles being _
\operated ,with defects such as bad ALL VARIETIES _IVIIIYDAY LOW_PIlICi. IVIIIYDAY LOW PIlICi WI We Pharmacyw4LLtx
brakes, worn tires and,defective -t Cl sed Christmas Da\rf-' -
COCA lox, LIGHT BROWN OCEAN SPRAY WHOLE -y
or
lighting'e<\\Uipment. In addition, attention DARK BROWNTHRIFTY ':' &New Year's Day -
WI I to drivers COLA
who would violate, the driver license MAID-----------------------------' '
laws of Florida SAUCE I WINN-DIXIE PHARMACY COUPON II
The.Patrol has found these check- I 'C -t ,SUGAR '. I IliNL
points to be an effective means of en- __ 95' (0:, $300 OFF

license forcing laws the equipment of Florida while and driver Insur- ,&. $ | 05 16-G.. 69 :ANY NEW, TRANSFERRABLE OR !

ing the protection of,all motorists. "-,_... __ a.. BOXES .....,,V S,,... CAN I REFUNDABLE PRESCRIPTION I
I COUPON GOOD DECEMBER 22-28,
FOR '1988. I
.
Union County Coca Cola ,-,$169 I NOT GOOD WITH ANY OTHER OFFER .

The Florida: Highway Patrol will THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAIDCRANBERRY :-________WE_._WILL__NOT__.NOWINGU______It_UNDERSOLD_______01 J.
vehicle be conducting driver license and REEXTRA, GOLD 00' CUT ASPARAGUS M'U.CAN 99" SAUCE. :? '59
inspection checkpoints during
the week of Dec 23 through Dec, it COORS 'THRIFTY MAID 1 The W"k'S
29 on SR-100 SR-121,SR-231.SR-241, ; TREE TOP CUT SWEET
SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, -: ,APPLE JUICE M-tt 99' POTATOES 3 "'s $129 Q !
CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR- ffC -". V* BIL . 0 Spooky Special
796A in Union County, LIGHT
S.B5EERS 7 '' ,
12 PK LIPTON .. $249 RODDENBERY' 19c' 30 minutes t of f color I
12-oz: 100 CtNIC. 'M
TEA BAGS .s CORN SYRUP .
The greatest cartoon library
ol all time to now yours at
IVMYMY LOW PIIICI IncredtbktaavWlgS.
BALLATORE REGULAR or DIET GINGER

Of Community Church I SPUMANTE ALE REGULAR TAHITI or TREAT DIET WINKCANADA COLA,' THRIFTY MAID ,r...._. THIS WEEK ONLY!
Keystone
HeightsWill
have one service thisSunday $' C BEAS N Y .

at,10 a.m. 399CrlTjorf DRY

I i have The usual Leen two combined.services 'I '750ml.SIZE a C 3 S 29 i i C 399

I
f : -4 '2-LTR. 9 9 11S-oz CANS 1 Voltxrle 2 .

Wines':,"''36 BTU FOR i t--C? ,, ,,dDECEMBER9i-z-lass.
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I .' Accidents in Bradford County., Result in Few 'Injuries., this Week I


No,'Injuries were reported In'' clump: down on vehicles running red tivated, said Roberts Johns was There were no Injuries Tuesday ,car was stopped on US-301 waiting to-' Patrolmen Danny Thrift'and Gordon
Dec. 8 accident at Edwards Road lights in the city Accidents seem to cited in the accident. Damage to his night when a pickup truck rammed turn left onto Adkins 'St. when the' Smith were in the patrol car.The accident -
and Ug'301In Starker be down as officers ,are workingmore '1987 Dodge pickup truck was $7,000. Into the rear of a new 'highly visible" pick-up struck. Driver of the pickupwas was Investigated ,by the' I
traffic violations, according to Damage to the school bus was$5,000. Starke Police! car. The patrol Johnny Cowart of Jswtev, Florida Highway Patrol. '
A tractor trailer truck apparently Lt. K. R. 1fijcir Driver Linda C. Roznowski was not
ran the red light,striking a 1986 Mer. injured In the accident,
cury which was attempting a right Forms''
Small Should Check I
turn from Edwards Road according' Donald Robert Thompson, 19, of Employers Wage
Lester Johns
to Patrolman Mack Short. Driver of receLved'multiple Starke was charged with driving
the semi, James Miles of,Jackson minor Injuries and was. taken by' "under Influence after his vehicle People who hire/ only a few, record of wages paid,,withhold the the,year and a copy Is sent to the
ville, :was cited for the accident. Rescue to Bradford Hospital Dec. 5 drove off the side of a culvert and workers should take special care in Social Security tax due from theemployee's Social Security Administration,
where he was treated and turned down in front
released of
upside transmitted W-3--
Driver of the Lucile according to Paramedics Cliff to' reporting'their employee's wages wages, and pay a mat Income
Western Steer
Mercury Chap- Dec. 18, according for Social Security ching amount. The takes withheldare Transmittal of and Tax
Godwin of Starke, was not Injuredbut man.Johns'vehicle struck an empty Patrolman, Danny Thrift, Jr. There Records show that the annual purposes.wage reported to the Internal Revenue Statement The report call be madeon
her vehicle which was struck on School bus on US-301, according to were no injuries in the accident. media. '
reports due to Social Security by the Service '(IRS) at the end of each magnetic
the front end, received $1,500 In Trooper Donald Roberts. The last Damage to the 1987 Ford was$6,000. The discovered
end of February often contain errors Quarter on IRS Form 941. A Form errors are usually
damages. passenger had just offloaded and the Thompson> was released after a $300 ,made by small employers. w-2 Wage and Tax Statement is when the Social Security taxes
Clarke Police are continuing to flashing red lights were still nr cash bond was posted. Employers) are required to keep a' given: to the employee at the end of 'reported by employers to IRS, are
compared with the annual wag e
a reports, they filed with' the Social
Security Administration.. If there is
'l 'a difference; in the amounts reportedto
START the two agencies Social Security
WINN-DIXIE. must reconcile the difference In

order to ensure 'accurate earnings
records for the nation's workersiThe
lifetime earnings record IS the
basis for Social Security benefits fora
worker and his or her family when

r t Lsl; L a' ,, ,,the disabled.worker retires. ,dies( or becomes

One of the most frequent errors involves -
/I lrfi WILL I people who hire household
et OPEN J 1014. workers.Many people apparently do
N' t i not realize they are required to give
,. -tc : I a !. f WE WIMES EVE LB. AVG their household employees a Form
0 W-2 at the end of the year Others apparently -
CHRISTMAS pqEO W-D' BRANDy do not understand that they
must mail a copy of the Form W-2 to
the Social Administration.
REGULAR Security
.
Similarly, some'iself-employed
persons, are filing quarterly tax,
BROADBREASTED reports with IRS on their earnings.
,W-D BRAND U.S.. CHOICE BEEF { FRESH PORK Such employers should instead file'
as self-employed persons on their income
tax returns, paying the tax to
E-Z CARVE SHOULDERPICNICS PRICES I GOOD get proper credit for their self-
THURS WED., employment income under Social

DEf. 22-28, 1988 Security.

RIB ROAST RESERVED RIGHTS TURKEYSNEW Starke SFCC Center

To Close for' Holidays


T, 'for Community'the the Starke', Christmas College Center.holidays will be Santa,,closed from""Fe. ,'

''w. '17 LOS. Dec, 22 January 3. '
STORE

$ HOURS :' AUN the Students Spring 19H9 wishing Term to can register still sign for'

up from Jan 3-6 from 10 a.m. to 4'
p.m., 'daily Spring classes .begin
I 8 A.M. 9 a .79 I r C 59'TILL Monday In addition,Jan... 9 to and basic run to classes May 4.in

,
LB. Math, English, Science, History
Social Sciences and Humanities, the,
"I, ,11 P.M. 1 Spring,:schedule includes class
piano,' business classes in Accoun-'
ting, Management Business Math
LB. II LB.
u.s.cOi E :, IL'B., 'classes and Business include three,. Law sections Computer of Introduction -

to Computers taught on'
W-D BRAND U.s..CHOICE BEEF BONELESS SIRLOIN/ 'TIP FRESH WHOLE Of HALF Woo BRAND AEOI.BASTED 10. lBS. a UP the computer lab's "usfrr friendly"IBM ,

ROAST . . '. 'UL 295 J PORK HAMS . 'UL $167 TURKEYS . . .' La 79C Popular.PCs, PrOfessor April O'Connell
is teaching Psychology of Social
,Behavior and Human Growth and
W-D BRAND US. CHOICE. 10 LBS UPSWIFT 'Development, She will also put on a
BEEFBONELESS i STF BUTT $-1571 BUTTERBALL 98: HARVEST 'play in Play :Production' a three-

TOP PORK, ROAST .'. L I TURKEYS : : ,. L0.tit credit. Evening course classes, of interest include
;< SILB.IR Nl k W-D BRAND FRESH'SELECT .
qp STANDARD Dr. McF adden's 'Introduction to
FRESH! GRADE-' ".. "' Chuck McKeown's Principles -
>h'.98'! ,:. .. 58.rv ; Ethics and /
,r BAKING HENS t of Management. ''Asst: State
OYSTERS PRODUCEHARVEST
. Silt u. Attorney David Giant will! teach
WHOLE or HALF Business Law.Spanish .
U.S. CHOICE USDA INSPECTED and Art' Fundamentals

LAMB LEGS t, u ,288 TURKEY WINGS .. ta, ,48C. FRESH are and,other open to classes the public of general'_Interest' \\01
'
FAAMSTEAD' BROCCOLI
ALL VARIETIES ED
W-D CHIPPED BONELESS $357 TURKEY 58c ;, Centel Offices ,',

:MEATS <'* 2/u;}: 39C PORK CHOPS'. .,. La DRUMSTICKS '. LB + ,I 88"FLORIDA Will Close Monday
YE.A.A'A;
OSCAR or BEEF Most Central Telephone Company''
LIL COCKTAIL HILTON SELECT HILTON SELECT $C58 BUNCH of Florida ,employees will be 'off
$298 $348 OYSTERS *i O Monday, Dec..26;' in 'observance of
WIENERS.. ,. ". Ls OYSTERS a e cup s i % FRESHORANGES the Christmas holiday.Administrative '
'
'offices''
and
KAHN'S LILCOCKTAIL $298' GOLD KIST 58' HARRIS CLAWCRABMEAT $558 or ,"business offices in both Tallahassee

SMOKIES 'it FRYER LIVERS a6 .': LIL TANGELOSJ28 'and j't Walton Beach, as,well as,
ORpNGES" ,CenteKConvemence; Centers, will be,'
Y closed that day and will resume nor.;
$ mal hours on Tuesday.Dec 27.
As always:repair personnel will
r L S-i..B. be available to handle any telephone,
,. 1 BAG network problems or other emergencies
I ( SUPERBRAND that may. arise during the holi-
day period,

ICE CREAM HARVEST FRESHPINEAPPLES FCC ApprovesSurcharge

\., on Calls,

or I SHERBETIVtMVDAY ,Dialed by Operators ?.,
The 'Federal Communciations
$147 Commission has approved a $75 Surcharge -'
EVERYDAY i1 ',on, AT&T operator dialed''
OW EVERYDAY s EACH :calls.The surcharge will apply whenat
I LOW PRICE AT&T''operator is used on interstate -
z j' ,SHELLED and international calls..,
,AT&T also' received approval to
PECANS increase the Mexico service charge
for' customer dialed calling card
calls from $.60 to $.80.
ERYOpY ALL Both of these changes were effective
!V parc, FLAVORS $349INOIVI Dec 1, 1988 and will apply to
W 1LB.PKG.. Central Telephone Company of
., Florida customers, who use AT&T.


...
..INCN ISCAIOLI
LOW PRICI SUPERBRAND 2 FRESH 3 PanthersDie
89e100 OMAIN48c '
S PIE SHELLSHARVEST
_ -.r- i DOLE CREAM CHEESESUPERBRAND r. y '
in Fla.
'
PINEAPPLE I 850 .
$ PI6 CAMPBELL'S C
.2..1i.
SLICED or SOUR CREAM PKGQO Three fare Florida'panthers-including
'MUSHROOMS two in the wild and one in'
CRUSHED IN QUARTERS THRIFTY MAID
Ii: 95 captivityhave died during the past
LAND BROCCOLISPEARS
20-01. O'SUNSHINE$15| 2 '..... SSe few days.
CAN ',. t. 'IIU HARVEST FRESH 4 $100 Panther No 34,a 126-pound male
m GREEN ONIONS IF1SHERMANS that ruled a ,500-square-mile ter-
SUPERBRANO SUPERBRANO lUNCHES
r
ARROW BUTTER ME NOTS 2 '$100 WHIPPED, 2$1 00 .. 'ties ritory west in Highlands of Lake Okeechobee\and Glades,coon-died

ALUMINIUM FOIL. m 56 BISCUITS . t.s 't.'TOPPiNG.. ... ---"- ago.of unknown Researchers causes recovered,seven to 10 his days remains

Aug., 22. Aug. 24, biologists
recovered the body of Panther No.
11 l l --. PLACE ;YOUR 20a( five-year-old male whose
l 'WHARE weight had dropped from 148 poundsin
ORDER TODAY!.. early' 1987 to 105 pounds at the
HEAD-ON MAVPORT 'SEE.YOUR DELI'MANAGER time of his death. The other cat, a
I JUMBOSHRIMP 68-pound female that had been heldin
WHOLE SMOKED or I.......IMO vital. MOCKT MM0 COCOHVT m captivity at White Oake Plantation
DELI BAKED HOLIDAY HAMDINNER near Yulee since April of 1987,.
gWANOWCOlAIE $599 died Saturday of liver disease.:'
wo $ BOILED HAM TURKEY Wildlife biologists Dave Maehr
.. and Roof,assisted Wildlife
Jayde by
S 599HOLIDAY OLD"0 WMUJIPOUND
tOVp N13t $ $ .Office Andy Signell recovered the
wF Ef LB. 999 $1&88 995 $599' badly decomposed carcass of' No. 24
CAKES. . UCII near Palmdale. It'
SEAFOOD PARTY LET US LB. j EACH | -.-....--...- "The animal's radio collar had In-
f _. _
PREPAREYOUR "r.tM dicated the cat had not moyed for
PLATTERS AVAILABLE .4 UK f611J1O.DS...aA HOLIDAY $ the past five days or so," Maehr'
PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY "GREAT FORSANDWICHES" ,10-12 LBS.PRECOOKED Wlh MOW CUMO NAM1UH ,. 19 said. "We thought somthing might
HOLIDAY WEIGHT ':MJJ I tuRKEY DINNER EAAVAILABLE be wrong.but we couldn't tell for
IN SEAFOOD STORES ONLY.DINNER UH KAM sure until we went to investigate."
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Pale 4B TELEGRAPIITIMES MOMTOR-B SECTION December, ZZ,191411


IIooIJI'r, Winning I :Tennis I Instruction
,' "
: : .. $10 per.hour OR learn with a friend for $5 each
7 ; ,,
\ ;
,f t '"\\',''"' Call Mark 473-4380' or 964-6305

I I II"l 1 -', Current students Include KHHS team-r' .members.





1 t' ) Special help
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1
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home.
'at

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I r+'I HEALTHCARE. .

SERVICES'I; ,
,
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4. ;:
<
',/'.. '
/ Medicare/Medicaid' '" "

t4'i :. ':, : ,
Approved \, : .

Skilled Nursing ";;,',: v,: .
''
-hY k 1i1 Nurses AidesOccupational 'v' -
1
Therapist

Speech Therapist

(sx' Physical Therapist

$? Sodal Worker'' (M.S.W.)

Excellent Employment Opportunities
Years of Service Celebrated...
I Florid Secretary Correction:: Richard Diner praenU a plaque to retiring DOC aD J.me*Walnwright J a farewell dinner Dee.17. 964-8772.1102 S. Walnut .Starke

Wtlnwrlgfat<<,known.'Cobby"to hU friend.,erred the department for 30 y a number of different.pc.Itlona. .


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Wainwright Retires After 3O Years OWN YOUR OWN HOME'For


by Buster Rahn James'' Wainwright ,and' Agnes two children,and live in Gainesville
BCT Staff Writer 'Thomas Wainwright have been mar-i where he is' employed as> Less Than, You Would' Pay ,Rent!
James T.Wainwright;;affectionally -' ried for 36 years.Their children,, maintenance superintendent with
; '
known to his friends as"Cobby,"' twins are Kenneth Wayne end the University otFlorida." "
is retiring from the Department of Elaine Wainwright, Elaine is employed by the Depart- 'No' -
Credit Union,at r Low
ment of Corrections
Corrections Dec.31,after 30year.of I
Wayne wife'have '
'service,! 'Kenneth and his UCI. DownPayment 4 'Closing.

In recognition of'his highly'successful CostAfter'S
career,in which he rose froma QD f
tile setter foreman to superintendent pm
of a major institution, some 400
friends gathered in the Starke Ar-, OFFICE 473-3028'
mory Saturday evening Dec. 17, to TRADITIONAL, ,964-6633 lr or
celebrate his accomplishments.and 473-1039
.rf ,,wish him ton voyage on his Journey HO M'E'S or '
into retirement. 964-7282 vr

Harry Singletary Jr.;,, assistant
secretary of operations, saluted MANUFACTURED'HOU'SIN ,s BR 11/2 Bath
Wainwright for his years of servicein
Corrections but emphasized thatit '' .GRIFFIS CONSTRUCTION CO.

is a new beginning for the retiring .. ,,Highway 301 South.Starke '
official more especially since he is
in his first term as a Bradford Coun-. OPEN: Mon.-FA.8 a.m.IP S p.m. Saturday*8 a.m.tl Noon
ty school board member with many o' ,__ ___ ._ _
opportunities for service in the come
\ munity. t .

Chairman of the Bradford County ...,. ,. r
Board of County Commissioners
Wilbur Waters spoke of 1988 FLEETWOOD
Wainwright's contribution to Brad-
ford County during his tenure as
superintendent of the Lawtey,Correctional 3 BR, 2 BA Doublewide ,
Institution,a sentiment expressed -
also by Buddy Paterson, Shingle roof wood siding plywood floors, .
principal of the Lawtey Elementary delivery and set-up,Fleetwood 1 yr. *
School. Paterson thanked Wainwright 14,900
for his contributions'to the Warranty and Extended Warranty.
local school. FHA&VA.:Too Open. 7 Days!!
M ,l'' PRE'SALE <>

Former Assistant Superintendent Direct Wholesale Prices
'at Lawtey serving under' Wainwright Factory Means only'at
I and currently'' Inspector
,General, Jerry Vaughn spoke of the $$, '*
days at Lawtey as being "the best, ,SAVE THOUSANDS
!years of my life "saying that Wain-
wright was an outstanding Corrections NORTH FLORIDA
Official with concern for both ON ORDERED "CUSTOM BUILT' SHOW
employees and inmates under his 'MODELS ALL NEW "89" FLOOR PLANS .'

supervision. FIESTA OCILLA HOUSING #1 Si #2

Retired, Secretary L.L', Wainwright FLEETWOOD PALM HARBOR
brother of Cobby and nationally ,GUERDON PARKDALE
recognized dean of corrections HOMES of MERIT '. PEACH STATE '
introduced family members LIBERTY ':. 'REDMANNOBIUIY HWY. 41 N. & US 90 WEST LAKE CITY, FLORIDA
including Mrs. Mabel Wainwright .
96 year old matriarch of the Wainwright SKYLINE
family,and others.Secretary '755-52O7 7528627"Fleetwood's
Wainwright didn't divulge any family "2" BEDROOM HOMES
secrets, saying only that Supt. $8995
Wainwright had earned his way up FROM #1. Dealer in the State"p
the promotional ladder in his giving
30 years,to the system., ,RESERVE YOUR "NEW HOME' TODAY! I
p ..
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Other speakers of the evening included ((904)) 473-0355 '
current Secretary of Corrections -
Richard '' Chief ,of
Dugger '
Regional Administrative Services HWY: 21'NORTH'' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Jerry Filcher, who served'' as FARM INSURANCE.
business manager at Lawtey during
Wainwright's tenure at the Institution
; Regional Director J.C. Combs

Former mond Massey UCI Superintendent retired; Fred.: .Dobbins Ray, You've, got a lot invested in your farm; equipment And'when

former education program your machines don't work, you don't either. That's why itmakes

manager assistant' at superintendent Lawtey Ed at Afford New' sense to buy farm products you can be sure about!

River Correctional Institution and From; Gulf., Get superior performance motor oils like Gulf

Major officer Joel Emerick at New River.chief correctional /11 ''Super Duty Plus and high quality Gulf Automatic Trans-
VH1ffl1U mission'Fluids. Gulf offers a complete line of Gulf greases'

Wainwright' began his career''' IILII G u 1 and Gulf! Universal Tractor Fluid an outstanding'' hydraulic

Union formerly Correctional'Florida State' Institution Prison in Rfll1 Salk Aluminum: I :fluid,for modern.t tractor sys:

May ,1968, as a brick and tile '' tems.. Instead of just buying
foreman.to maintenance In 1965 and he was-promoted construction irv & Const., 'Iric.S.n'In0 'GuK i can of oil, buy a little farm

Supervisorl a position he would con M tro$.. Koyitono A "Starko areas SUPER DUTYPLUS insurance. Only from, Gulf.
d until 1973. ,Sine 197S'-
,When the Lawtey facility was activated .SCREEN PORCHES.PATIO COVERS T
Wainwright became Chief -
Correctional Coftqselor,the top position IntTh '.POOL ENCLOSURES i 5O Yrs
In the Lawtey Community Vocational GLASS &VINYL WINDOWS f MOTOR OLruewaa.uanunet of
Center, and responsible for WiIH .WOOD a CONCRETE DECKS I G"Gu.
converting the old school building in-' -, ServiceTo
to a correctional facility the fore1 -, .ROOFOVERS. SWIMMING POOLS
1 runner of becoming a major] correctional -' rurarr rwm ruawn awu You ."
Institution. ," ,FREE FOR ,
When Lawtey became a correc- 41% !, "-' tlALlTY'S ,
tional institution in 1976! Wainwright E ESTIMATES SAKE
'" was promoted to assistant CALL REGISTER OIL COMPANY, INC.
superintendent, then to the top Job, tIOR q"
\ 1 SAlK '
superintendent of the i institution, in 308 S. Thompson Street 964-5888

'"1977. Wholesale Prices to the Public Call for Prices
In 1985.Wainwright transferred to 1375-11061 '=- --..-
Lake Butler/ to head up the Recep '1-.. for Lube Oils, Tires, TUbesLP
tion and Medical Center a position N.W.74th PI
2800 .
Gas Mineral Spirits'utesel Kerosene ,Tires Tubes Lube Oils
I he would hold for two years,prior to Store Mayer Merwg- "
his final assignment,superintendentof .. \iStat C.rtl. 'CRC010166 NEW ITEMS:,Bulk Hydraulic Fluid & Universal Fluid Pumped Into your containers.
New River Correctional Institution -
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December, .988 <,'wn\PII.: TIMES, & MONITOR ,Page$8,


Su-El's' ,Retirement, Community
Arrest-
-flallr.in.nl Community ,k Ratlramanl Horn.A.m.R .

Mlr.nws ,Hi thl..m.K community
Recent ArrestsIn said Short. An active warrant charging driving; while license suspended., Donald Creamer was picked up eommuflfty at!Su-Et.Wa y 'atao KM Su-Eri HaUramantHOma
failure to appear for no valid Bond on the new charges was set at front Duval County by Bradford hava rarrtala or teams lor aatf A.Hcarnad DreupSar.ndc.nd.rM..nbti.5
Bradford CountyLocal driver's license was also executed. $250 each Jackson was released on County authorities Dec. 20 and 1 homelot..IotI.-
each is I qut..lur+ wth a aaitoianca. wtth Mpwvfclon:
Bond was set at$250 on charge his own recognizance. p
authorities ,were busy In released on his own 'charged with failure to appear for dona-Ill atmotphara.At W.gva"" .panonatoad ear,
Tyson was
Bradford County with the following DUI, DWLS. Bond was set at $1,000, arrests. With the county jail above recognizance, Terry Lee Thompson charged 24 was with arrested he was released, one his own .raid and laundryaanfeaawimaMltr ..iMjndty..5mday,WMk,
Dec. 18 and
capacity most of those arrested recognizance. long wm May CwWM
Dec. ,
arrested
received an early Christmas Kenneth DeSue was burglary and grand theft of a amargancy call "tanvMaate .,tlnl aid,Cl'rt.
sent, they released heir 18 for possession of drug parapher" firearm after he confessed to enter- optional' [ 468-26191 "",.ada.tscat
first were at nalia and trespass, according to Investigator ing a house through a window on N. I
appearance.One McClain ,DeSue was Thompson St., according to 1 mile South on S.R. 325, Hampton. KU Sue Lett Walker1iiVp
recent victim of a burglary in vacant house said he
trespassing a on Patrolman Short.Thompson
was overheard to say,"Lock up your North St. which had been condemned stole two rifles and two handguns'and .... ... 0 I.'
homes and vehicles and keep them by the city,. said McClain. A assisted the officer with the "Bltount2101 /
in back sight, most of the "burglars- are capias charging trespass was also recovery of three of the four I I
out on the street. executed. Bond was set at $1,000 on weapons.Also taken were cigarettesand

each charge, he was released on his pennies) said Short. A female 1 NORTH I MAIN UCMM FRIN THE rMTUI STME1_
Timothy Leggett,32, of Starke was own recognizance\ companion was present when the
arrested Dec. 17 for loitering at THE crime committed and is being
was 1
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Apt complex according to Charles Woods was arrested Dec' sought for questioning. Bond for JJ81\
Patrolman Kinard Perry) Leggett is 17 on a warrants charging in- Thompson was set at $1.000 on each OVER STOCK DISCOUNTED!! \
not a resident of the area nor was he terference custody and con, charge he was released on his own f. ,
visiting a resident, said Perry. ,A tributing to delinquency of a child. recognizance.Brian v
crack pipe was found on Leggett at Bond was set at $4,000 total, he was
his arrest and he was charged with released on his own Recognizance. Scott Hudson,,:'23, was ar- THECHALLENGE ti.:swA,. VClurilt
possession of drug paraphernalia. A rested Dec.'17 for possession of cocaine 100
charge of violation of probation witha Robert D. Adams, 22, of Alachuawas possession of drug parapher- "Ruth Han lI"" "
$5,000 bond was also executed on arrested Dec. 16 for possession nalia, according to Investigator Mc.
Leggett, he was released on his own of cannabis (less than 20 grams),ac- ,Clain., Hudson, was observed stan- NEW PICKUPS
recognizance ,at his first appearance cording to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. -, ding on ,the corner of Pine and BUY G.M.C. MB :

Bond was. set at $500, he was Florida Sts. with a crack pipe stick- '
released on his own recognizance.. Ing out of his pants pocket, said Mc AND FOR LESS THAN s
Kevin Wayne Tanner was arrested Clain. Hudson emptied his pocketsat jJ' : ACHOSE
Dec 11 for burglary, according to Lloyd Casey, 30, was 'arrestedDec the officer's request, three VANS TO
'Investigator Michael McClain. Tanner 16 for carrying a concealed' medium size crack cocaine rocks FORD OR CHEW!!! %*
was a passenger in a vehicle weapon according to Patrolman 'were found. Bond was set at $2,000on FROM!! Tom Cooow I Hmry McBrlde
:stopped for a traffic violation whenit Wilkinson. Bond was set at$1,000, he each charge, Hudson remains in.
was found he was ,wanted in 'was released on his own, custody. BRAND NEW 19891SUZU P'UP BRAND NEW
Jacksonville on 19 burglary charges. recognizance.Jack ,
,Bond was set at $50,000, Tanner was 'Priscilla J. Dinkins, 35; was 'Isuzu Trooper ,S-15ICIUP
released to Duval County' authorities'Dec. Creamer, 22,- was. arrested rrested Dee: 17 on a capais charging :::itJr .Full factory equipped!
12. Dec 15 for possession of controlled resisting arrest with vIolence. Bond, AM/FM stereo cassette, roof ,
substance and possession of drug was set at $2,000 she was releasedon rockmuchmore.; FILL FACTORY EOllrYED' !! ONLY
Barry'Len Morris, :31, of Alachuawas paraphernalia according to her own recognizance.
arrested Dec. 6 for violation of Patrolman Danny Thrift. Bond was S6999
probation (grand theft}* accordingto set at $1,000, he was released on his Roosevelt Green, Jr. was arrested $,13 395 S8795
Deputy Harvey Rhoden. Bond was oWn recognizance, Dec. 17 on a capias charging failureto DELIVERED!!
set at $10,000, he ,was released to appear for possession of cocaine
Alachua County. Dennis Tyler, 21, was arrested and carrying a concealed weapon, BRAND HEW BRAND NEW BRAND NEW ,
Dec. 15 for possession of cannabis according to McClain. Bond was set SAFARI MINI VAN 11SS FULL SIZE SURCMFT '89 Isuzu SPACECAB
James Marchant ,was arrested according to Patrolman Thrift.Bondwas at $1,000 on each charge, he was CONVERSION: VAN ,
Dec. 1'1'on ,warrants charging set at $500, he was released on released on his own recognizance. 8 seat capacity. All the Duo/A/C. Md roof .window, Factory A/C AM/FM.tereo.lump (1.
burglary grand theft, battery of a his own recognizance.. windows!! SIX Package. I loctu.T H./,:'..e.....:pow+.,y't $per mor.,
law enforcement officer and grand Diana M. Smith was arrested Dee ONLY SALE PRICE
theft, according to Patrolman Gor' Lawrence Patrick Johnson of 19 on five charges of violation of probation $1 0 666
don Smith. Marchant ran from a ,Jacksonville'was arrested Dec. 19 on burglary of a dwelling,ac- $ .
'vehicle which was stopped for a traffic for violation of probation, accordingto 'cording to Investigator David $14.999 $20 999 Del"ered
violation but was apprended and Lt. Sammy Eunice. Johnson has Aderholt. Bond was set at$7,000,she ,
placed under arrest. Again he been in. Duval. County Jail since Oct was, released ,on her own
this time in handcuffs he' '
escaped, as
6. recognizance. 'DI DDDCE OD'DI, VOLKSWAGEN II DODGE' 14 JEEP, IT GMC'Dl FOR Fill
was being turned over to county' Bond was set 'at $5,000, he was 'r, 4.. ,CONVERSION VAN CARAVAN LE ,WA60NEERITRETCHVAII CAIELUIO'T3.999 4i4
authorities.Another chase and force'' ,'released on his own recognizance David Sims of Fernandma Beachwas t..w m4.l MARK(IV PICKUP ,'r.xvy.a.au. =. : :. ""
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. was necessary to apprehend Mar- charged Dec 12 on an order of Ut lt* riMf arn.d'
. ,chant who fled into a nearby house:: Charles'Jackson,'Jr.,was arrested arrest. according to Sgt. Eunice.j <$3999'' 8295 $7495' $9895 $11''.888
Total bond was set at$13,000. He was. Dec. 17 for loitering and resisting ar Sims was transferred"from Nassau
'M1 released on his own recognizance, rest without violence, according to County, he is in arrears $4,739.86 in 'II 'IU 'II CHEVTIUZMJ1I "I NISSAND FORS'tt. BIKE 'II CMC HI'
AERtSTM 11AM PICKSIPRANCEII CAMMIt.980 SI9I1HIC. DrAN0
child Sims was found not -
Patrolman Short. Jackson was support. ,
Raymond Pernell Tyson was arrested observed on property at THE Apts. .guilty of contempt:and released --- -', :::::::.=: .,,5 =:=:::::--' 'ISOOO mdtw 'N'ooQ: a.q.r"' ..; ::ffr* 'IXBOaiHi- 7

Dec 18 for loitering, resisting standing in an area posted no loiter- Traffic $
8495 $10 295 7295 $7295 $11 395
arrest without violence, according to ing. Jackson refused to cooperate .
Louie Donn 42, was arrested Dec.
Patrolman Mack Short. Tyson was when placed. under arrest, said driving under influence 11 elms II IT JEEP IT CHEn 1-10 'IT CNEVT 12 CMCSILVERADO 74 CMC.PICK-IP
observed by police standing on the Short. 15 for IWO sullen i.1LAnR CIIY9S10UU .. M TIM
corner ,of THE Apts.* when ap- ''Jackson posted'property bond'' (DUD, reckless driving fleeing and !_."C......_ ,AK*C5m** ,rw.r.,0.r..khMd,9. "too t.c.w s..r ems-.wt.-_.
eluding, according to Patrolman .. -r -- -- "-.P..M.' + -w.-.M
proached by police he ran but was. after
Dec.
for his release from jail 16
apprehended several blocks away. his arrest Dec. 6 for burglary, grand Wilkinson., He bond was was released posted after. a 9695 $11,595 '10,666193,4441 $5995 1499
Tyson had drug paraphernalia in his theft and failure to appear for sellinga $1,025 surety
pockets for which he was charged, counterfeit control substance and '

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Mrs. Lucretia A. AndrewsMrs. In' lieu of flowers, donations may Card Thanks
be made to: North Central Fla
Lucretia Addison Andrews
The family of Lester Crosby would
:9, of Lake Butler died Hospice P.O. Box: 15235,
; Sunday mordng Gainesville like to express their heartfelt thanksto
Fl. 32601.
in the .
Bradford Hospital follow- our friends for the many gifts of
'I ng a brief illness.. love expressed by flowers, food, E FIREPLACE STOVES
I Born in Baker County Mrs. An- visits and your prayers during the .,
Irews lived most other life In Lake Mrs. Pauline D Wise ,loss of our loved one. '
Jutler For several years before her Mrs. Pauline D. Wise, 83, of Special thanks to Rev. Leaton WE STOCK NORTH FLORIDA'S
'etirement, she was a lunch room died Dec 15 at Morgan III, Rev. JD. Robinson '
,
Keystone Heights 1A' W1 7. LARGEST SELECTION, OF AIR-TIGHT
server at Union
County Schools. She staffat
her residence following an extended Buddy Ball and Gall Davis, the
was a member of the First Christian il'ness. Whispering Pines Care Center, Y WOOD STOVES' FROM SINGLE ROOM
:Dhurch: of Lake Butler and Archer Tanner Funeral Home. TO'WHOLE HOUSE HEATERS .0-
Survivors include two daughters in Iria Crosby (wife) and family ? ,
Elease l Born Sept 25, 1905 Thomaston, :
Andrews of San Mateo and Ala Mrs. Wise moved to Keystonein "ao ; ;; ;;;a
Iris Wilder of Palatka; seven sons, liftS, from Orlando. She retired
Robbie L' of Key Largo, Donald E. from Ivey's, Department Store in Thank',YouWe ,EVERYTHING YOU NEED
of Lake City, DeWitt of Columbus, Orlando, and was a member of TO INSTALL:
Ga,, Marklee, Wilbur and Leroy all, Keystone Heights Community wish to express our sincere appreciation :
of Lake Butler, and Herman L. of Church and the Keystone Women's to the many friends who The Dauntless CHIMNEY SYSTEMS PIPE
Miami; 32 gandchildren, 32 great Club. did so much for us during our re- STOVE BOARDS HEAT SHIELDS
\." l',' grandchildren. and one great-great' cent sorrow in the loss of' our -t.arg. "HId.- .Waw- Clai Dean BRUSHES ACCESSORIES
:,: grandchild. Survivors include three Mother Grandmother Sadie -Gas Log ytctoptCLblffCast
,1,,' Funeral services were held Tuesday daughters, Betty W. Walden and Thomas. '- Iron or JtorcvJaAi Colors
," in the First Christian Church of, ''Tayman W, Barco, both of Orlando, ,We are grateful for your every expression ,
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Lake Butler with Rev Art Peterson and Pauline E. Wise of Jacksonville; of sympathy. The food, by Vermont
..' and Rev. Bill Delaney officiating. one son, Robert W. Wise of Spartan- flowers visits, cards consoling Castings TOLL FREE
Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery burg, S.C.; one sister, Jessie messages, and your Prayers have
1 ; under the direction of Archer Bremer of Augusta Ga; eight comforted our hearts more than we Knowledgable Staff ,Free Advice 1-800-

;,l, ,, Funeral Home of Lake Butler. grandchildren and 17 great- can tell you. 12 Years In Business
A special thanks to Dr. Johnson 524-2675
:( Andrew Fields grandchildren. and staff and the staff at the Lake'
Lynn
,,. Funeral services were held Dec. Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery "Well worth the trip to Gainesville"NEW .
Lynn Andrew Fields, 73,,, of 16 in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Center and the Emergancy Rescue
Melrose, died Friday in Gainesvilleat Rev. Buddy C; Friedlin officiating Unit.

the VA Medical Center. Interment was in Chapel Hill May God richly bless each of -. USED. TRADE-INS
you
Born in Elmira N.Y., Mr Fields Cemetery in Orlando under, the '
even as you have been a blessing to
moved to Melrose from Norfolk Va.,, direction of Jones Funeral Home. THE' WOOD STOVE
fourteen years ago. He was a mere Donations, may be made in her' us.The Family i
'" chant,marine, memory ,to North Central Fla. AND. IREPLACE CENTER
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Survivors include his wife* Hospice 801 S.W 2nd 'Avenue
", Virginia; a stepson, Larry Elmore Gainesville, Fla. 32601-6298. See Page<< 12B 2031 N.W., 6th St., Gainesville. 377-9535
%; of Middleburg, a stepdaughter, Sandra
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i', ,,: '. Atchley of Wilson, Ark.; .and
four erandchidlren."t .
\ Expressions of sympathy 'can be
-I k i, ;(.r.;, )).: made through donations ,to' the
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IJjf.\ :",( Services for Mrs. Gladys
Wideman Hill of New York City will GAS & APPLIANCESCHRISTMAS
be Saturday; Dec. 24 at 1 p,m.at the
"'. ', Allen Chapel AME Church in High
11"'h", ;/ Springs," Fla Rev. Benjamin," W,,, ,
. ';" :, McKinney will officiate.
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" ,i',.. Mrs. Hill died Dec, .18 in'Bronx
: Medical Center She was former
':, ,.; .',,;'J'''"i;' ", resident of High Springs and was a I \fr4444C' I
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':' .',J.' ,supervisor with the HRS Dept. in I
"l.,, "., New. York City for; many years
, :" ;y H ,1'', before her retirement. Mrs. Hill at,
; :.",:\:,;)." tended Fesden Academy, Bethune
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,: Cookman College and Clark College
"1.,1": :;,1:;:;;," ''I in Atlanta. She was born in High Springs ",

,,,((1".1( ; ,, and had many friends there.
: \ ; t-!: ; .. Survivors include her son,Gary A.
3 ii v M((1'1j;; r: Hill,of New York two daughters, SALEHERE'S
': lit+ :I,;. '.'i., (' Toni Lynn Hill and Samora McCray
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,:\ ,Ii\\::{";;\;: \' ,:'' \' of New York; a nephew Charles
,"' ';l'I: ,\ ,'J I Henry of New York; a niece, Mrs.
/'',;"!' ,;,,r: ,Elaine D. Haile and husband Carl of
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.'" '. .Starke Interment; two grandchildren will be in Pine Hill HERE'S OUR STORY: We're fast approaching year end and inventories must be

,.' 'J', Cemetery in High Springs under the
.: 'I ',",? direction of. Haile Funeral, Home of reduced. So, our loss is your gain. Huge discounts are being placed on every item insto
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? i Fj'slttiy:{(' '\ "i,", ,North Fla.. Regional Medical Center c. aw..A.. ADMIRAL.I .
); ':,'::'\f"I, I of Gainesville, following a lingering I ( ili i r r'Magic'
',I,' r'i' J.)1' ,:', illness. ,
If r !!;irfNift.,11. ''Born Aug '19,"1898 'in Northfield, rGibson'
1.( ; Wise, Mr. Piper moved to Keystone I 'I
'r-, :,)jll": in 1959 from St. Louis, Mo. He was a
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installer for
(; \ telephone equipment
''I! iyyf i ; 1 : : Western Electric and a member of '

; 1 !J iI \ ,,' ( St. William Catholic Church.
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ti:"; J''4yr: !. Survivors include a son James of
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t,i! II\:N''t) /! '! Keystone' two brothers, Lawrence
I i' "::V\'j \,;: ;" Piper of Melrose and Shirley Piper ;
'':,' ,Ii)r'> I of Keystone; two sisters, Alice Shaw, 'I -qL ;

"",': I;,:'.;,....; :) and .Evelyn, .Allen,. both",.of, Lake .
'; : Butler.
I' ;."(,11'/.:,,',,'' ,,' Funeral mass'WlS held DeCsJtjn ,
, Catholic Church with Fr, : e1lfsk'Ia] :
'r,. '\\'I'' ''; 'I" St.William :
': ns'iiriffi7: ; ,' Tom, Gordon officiating Interment [ S '1c1i:
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" r.r'ft%. .: fN'1; ';I was In Keystone Heights Cemetery 1:1PHILCO
',) \; lf't! \ :, t, under the direction of Jones Funeral

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\' :.b'L>::::;( .' Mrs Isabelle S Sadd,' 78, of F Vi -.m quasar $SAMSUNt7'
',?; : I'I\I/'I.\\/ + .' Gainesville; died Dee 14 in II
; 'tI:; Y:1: ,0 'Gainesville Nursing Center following
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'f i'\\': \\'t'\,;, \ ,,': Born Dec, 24,, 1909 in Ramsey, -- flCft
Mrs.; Sadd moved to V V
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,}\, .1 i ,r ;I""'::'" ''Gainesville several months ago P : yilTO *
+If't'' \ \ W'i; ,,' from Melrose where she had reside, .
\ftii \rt\iIi{\/ r ir.\:,.:" ed for six years. She and her husband /O ; --
; : f.j !i,;, lf had resided in Florida during 47YOURS ,
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ii, (,'4b1--, ''the winter for over 35 years. She was '" "
IIN l \ lI1i\t\ }" a homemaker and a member of 'J,. ,
( I Church of the Nazarene in .
I 11 Ir? 'Irl? :,h\h\ .' Trinity Gainesville. .'

;ii')\\1;I.a.?,, }r r.'hrt' ;, Survivors include her' husband, p. FREE GUARANTEE _
) Jean
; ;:'i.; J Frank T. Sadd: two daughters
",, ''''YI!<-i'"," G. Center of Pompano Beach Palm Fl.;" : It's simple if.we can't beat the ..
' Alice C. Wise of North
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(I jJI;(: \' \,'." Beach; a son, Robert T.' Sadd of price. it's yours free! Come I In -

,\,;,);t t .i' Tampa, { two sisters, 9 grandchildren any of our convenient stores .
,r'; 't''1.itf ''I"" .and four great-grandchildren for complete ,
1'I'(,( : fr"I''; Memorial services were held Dec <
,,);,.,"-w ,n1'}\:, .\ 18 in the Trinity Church of the'' details!!
f ; : Nazarene with Rev., Robert Moore
\if/ffi', \! ? r ornm
\;I : (J. ::( ,officiating.: Interment .will be at a SAMSU ''Quasar lrltRC at
,*KA': ) later date' under the direction I of 4'
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Funeral Home of' Keystone TIRE
'\! l\j1'I'tj !11"; Jones
1'I(0: (/ ( :! !"i,. '. Heights. .. ,
1\\', 1'1\W(\ ":'" In lieu of flowers, donations to the j4ARf !
: Fund of the Trinity Churchs'i1r4 ,
: :I '' Flower
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:' i>,{','r, ..f'7'':"' + of the Nr 'ev 939 NW 31 'Ave., MAGIC CHEF WALL FURNACE
't', I :< " G a I nesv III ..' 32609..
::J'\ !,( h\f.\\. '" GAS S ELECTRIC RANGES

I,; ,t'vP',' [. ;fii.;' Charles E. Spires, Sr... .

J'\f. .,... \ ,., 'Sr., 66, of ,
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..' :' "" .' '' Charles E. Spires' PRICED 59 < 1
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j I\t'\',:':!try: \:r!,,i'r V A c,:;:;'t",,:" I Dec.Cowpen 20 at Lake his residence in, Hawthorne following, died an FROM... +JmW + ;;

,,' V'1"\:;\ ,'. extended illness.' Continuous C Sflf Clmmning
Dec.. 7, 1922 in Savannah,
':;': iA'c": \ :: Born Models Arm Avmil blm!
;. ,;',.:',\\j: ;;.t \ .. Ga,Mr. Spires moved to Hawthornein
i ,: :,, I '!I l;l 1983 from Washington,:D.C. He
'w,' electronic technician
F\'Wfi.: \ was a retired
"j ''''':sfk4ri,\,;: ,.?; for Voice of America, a Navy' 1eu 71a/4 5' 6ztna"
f:,,[I, ,! iz.. .,',. veteran of WWII a member of Trini' STORE HOURS :APPLY FOR YOUR
Church in Melrose.and
ut lri [\ ty Episcopal
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Y.i i'! i'i ; Chris Survivors of Louisville include, Kfj.three Charles sons E.,; [,.... !Iifr CARD TODAY

{i, :.... ,: Jr, and Greg, both of Gainesville; a .8' 4 f
I1' ";);' brother Grady of South Hamilton V :at ij -=-
'\I\n\! :' assw sisters Sukl Hoffman -
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\\//n'r\') \ '\, and Mary Kathryn By nd.I both of BO DAYS SAME AS CASH GAS & APPLIANCES P

'l : ".\I.,;"f'4'{ ,';' Hawthorne; four grandchildren. $1500INSTANTCREDIT NOT AU.ITEMS AT AUrroRCBPMCMt
,,'\ I ;;:!' I\\' Funeral services will be held BALES< EXCLUDED
: BUYERS t'
\\ "-1 1't; ,Thursday. Dec. 22 at 3 p.m. in Trinity TO QUALIFIED 1103 S.WAlNUT ST. STARKE 964-7701

0'' '.1' .,": FrKredYerkes Episcopal Church officiating.in Melrose Inter with 250 S.W. 9TH AVENUE LAKE BUTLER :; 496-2564, .

ment will be at a later date under the

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Bradford a I from page I .

Eugene Franklin Norman,26,was Dec 25 for DWLS/according to Lt.
Chiropractic Center John Nolan Howell, Lake Butler Warren Lee..Harrell, 26, of Max ,arrested Dec. 17 for DWLS, improper William Tillotson. Bond was set at
was arrested Dec 11 for DUI,accord ville was arrested Dee.'17 for
I expired tag,possession of less than 20 $500 he was released on his own,
Starke Office 'ding to Patrolman Danny Thrift. tag.Bond was set at$465.25,he grams of cannabis, according to Investigator recognizance,
Howell'f blood alcohol content was was released 'on his own Aderholt. Total bond was
218 S, Walnut St. ,18 percent, he was released after a recognizance. set at$965.25,he was released on his
Next to the Chamber of Commerce $500 surety bond was posted. own recognizance. Alvin E: Todd was arrested Dec
'20 on a DWLS charge from Alachua
9644957PAIN Bobby Eugene Willingham, 20, of Timothy Wayne Tomlinson was Myles Cambell, ''25, of County, he is being held for Alachua
Starke was arrested Dec.17 for drly. '
arrested Dec. 17 for DWLS, accord arrested authorities.,
HlllsborouRh County was '
ing while license suspended(DWLS) ding to Trooper W, M. Abrams. He
and unlawful transfer, according to
was released after a $215.25 surety .
Patrolman Thrift. He was released bond was posted.
CONTROL after a$463 surety bond was posted,
James Bryon Roberts, 26, was ar Gush & FlushSeptic
Headache Harvey .Anderson, 53, of Starke rested Dec. 18 for violation of probation .
.Neck 4 Ann was arrested Dec. 17 for DWLS.! according (DWLS) from Clay County,according
.Mid Back INJURIES ,to Investigator McClain.Bond to Investigator Aderholt.He
.Low Back 4 Leg Wok Related was set at $215.25 he was was released after a $252 cash bond
.Sports released on his own recognizance. was Tanks
.Personal
.Auto Accident posted.E&K '

DR. W. DAVID SIKES Highway 121 East Raiford
DR. RICHARD C. TULLER
CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIANS A '

Bulldozing6Way ,
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THE TEAM APPROACH

CHIROPRACTIC CARE WHEN YOU NEED: fT' Fill Dirt 18 yds.- $6 //Load Top Soil
HOURS A DA'-7 DAYS A WEEK ,
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Q 964.4957'24' HOUR, BEEPER or Sand .
'W Officn Houn'.' Mon-Frl 830-6'OOom' SAt Bv A ointment .

Backhoe Work ,ReplacingDrainfield


Bradford ,Baptist Church extendsa Blade .
Reasonable! Rates,

Special Invitation to Everyone Fishponds Dug 'Limerock ,

Land ClearingSite Also Available
lP l You are cordially invited to come and PreparationsFish

worship: with us this Sunday, Dec.'25, as we '. Ponds
remember that Christmas 'day over 2,000 Road Work.Etc. ,

years ago when our Lord and. Saviour Jesus JACK EAVES -

Christ was born. 9648503TIM yf
KELLY.

Sunday School Services: 10:00: \a.m. 782-3928 '900: ,:Gal. Tank 375 Sq. Ft.

,Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. < '

Evening Worship: 6:00: p.m. Winning Drainfield. 30"' Mound

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Tennis
Special Music both Services .: : :

,. '''Evening Candlelight Service,," ': Instruction \'i $.12 O.oo

'' Private Lessons .
'Nursery Provided (3 and under)'
Rusty & Lisa Smith yrs $10 per Hour OR .
Special Music Guests Lean with a friend
For$5 ach.
Can Mark at Greg Griffis
Bradford Baptist Church is located off Highway'' 473-4280 or 964-6305 Owner 31-1941

100 on 100-A (Griffis Loop)' at the railroad tracks. Members Students Include of KHHS

Pastor Stockton Smith High School Teams 431-1710 (Home)
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LINO REPAIRS. : ,EngravingFREE \" I',' .-NtILtNO
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Owned The Office Shop .
Bring Your Camera! & '"'a,' '" _
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NOTICE PERSONAL SERVICESWANT WANTED FOR SALE ? f"1

abs N. Tefl1pl.| StorkaCecelia ..

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should t..submitted TO DRINK WANTED. PROPERTY !RENO AREAS "i fAa CHAIR tuxedo style, $125, like
to the Bradford County THATS YOUR BUSINESS I Please write P. O. Drawer 280,Starke, new Also glass-top coffee table $50. Terwlllegar' f
Telegraph office In writing and paid In WANT TO STOPT Fla. 32091. 4/7TF Call 964-4518 or 964-5774. ask for Sam "f ;? ""v
advance unless credit I li already THAT OURS I CASH PAID for Power or Hand Tool. dy, Itchg 12/22
tabllthed with this office. Alcoholics Anonymous American mod. only. Also ANTIQUE 2-P1ECE SECTIONAL COUCH Beige/blue '
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD 4-41Mor,*4-M14 CARS. 964-8173 or 473-7473. 4tchg velvet $300. 964-4046 after 3:;30' So it i.l with love again that we presentONJ3gOLITARyLIFE
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN pd thru 12/29 12/1.22 5332210. Itpd 12/22
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER CHAIN UNK FENCE Installed. Freeestimates. CASH NOW I I For bankruptedclo..dbu.ln. SHELLED PECANS $2 per pound.
THI TELEPHONE HANDY-MAN FENCE CO., ......,.1I.tali/war.hou.. stocks.Druggroceryvarietyhardware 964-5640 2tchg 12/22-29: :
ClaMifled deadline TUESDAY NOON, Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559 TF etc. FURNITURE: solid oak china cabinet< 6tZ, '
prior to Thursday publication. BULLDOZER WORKS $40 per hour. Serious buyers, Bigger the better,Must oak dining chairs solid pine buffet ,
Classified display deadline 'I.TUESDAY, 782-3306. If no answer, 782-3954.leov. be cheap, Tim Dunn, 407-7741661. small chest of drawers Ed Appliance ofa
5:00 '.M. Special Classified displayplacement name and number. S/23TF fcan ,Parts, 310 E. 'Call St., 9642966. Itpd He was born in an ,obscure village, the child

Is NOT Guaranteed. WELL DRILLING PUMPS a SERVICE) Our. OLD AUTO: WANTEDl 1 11930s-1960*, Getting 12/22 In another
Minimum charge for classified ads I I. ranee Pump A Supply Co., Water nostalgic. No restoring please; FLOWERS I 4 Inch pot pansies and snapdragons peasant,woman. ,He grew up village,

15 words for S3.SO. th.n 15 cents for System Specialist. 864 N. Temple Not a mechanic. Minor repairs OK. Top, $.25; petunias $.15. Industrial where He worked in a carpenter shop until He was
each word thereafter.$1 billing charge Ave., US 301, Stork. Fl 32091. 9/8TF shape only. Tim Dunn. 407.774-1661. Complex Raiford, 431.1898, County ,
will b. added to each CHARGED I SU-EL RETIREMENT HOME Day week, fcanWANTlD..ANY Rd. 229. Itchg 12/22 I thirty., Then .for three, years He was an itinerant
classified ad. long term stay. 468-2619. 11/17TF TYPE OF SPORTS NEW ITEMS FOR SALE CONTRACTORS
..."-' SEWING MACHINES All make and MEMORABILIA to contribute to new WELCOME at least 50% off to all fancy preacher. He never' wrote a book. He never heldan

model cleaned, oiled and adjusted, sports pub. Help topersonalize the atmosphere front door, wood A metal 30"and 36" office.''He never had a family or owned a home.
$15. 19 year experience, All work of Stark.* newest hot spot Some storm doors. Ookk front
guaranteed. Hwy. 233 a 16 (Morgan Contact Ron or Nancy at, 964.7600 medicine cabinets, chandelier, pole He didn't go to college. He never visited a big
YARD SALES Rd.). Call 964-8733 for house calls, 12/22-29 light, brass lights of all kinds, shower
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11/10TF WANTED MOTORIZED TREADMILL. Must rods door latches and locks, patioswing city. He never traveled two hundred miles from

a W DISCOUNT AUTO PARTS Hwy. 301 CARPETS. STEAM CLEANED! 9.95 per be 'In good condition. Coll Clifford Martin electronic ports and equipment, where He born. He did none of the''
the
North Friday. Clothe, ladles,, men room, 2 room minimum. S room 964-7143. 2tchg 124229RIDE Sony 1" video tape recorder super 8 place was ,
children a babies, shoes, misc. Items, special $.... .75. Price good thru Dee, WANTED for Christian lady Mon movie camera, 5000 watt generator, 5' things that usually accompany greatness. .He had .
baby furniture, toy like new, &brand 20.W.specialize In DuPont Teflon pro- Fri, Keystone Height to Shands chain link gate, GE F.F, refrigerator,
new levls. Itchg 12/22 tector. Stain a odor removal, water Hospital. Working hour 8 a.m. to 4:30 \1500 VW motor underwater no credentials but Himself. GCcx&He was only
,damage and carpet repairs. Call 473-1125. 12/22 transceiver, lawn mower, survey transit
Please call ltchg
,964-4489 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon-FrM, WANTED-SMALL p.m. BREED OF DOG fop me diesel test kit, (occuizl pump, many I thirty-three when the tide of public opinion turned
R.V.s, CAMPERS, 964-8961 7 o.m.-6 p.m. 964.8961 after 6 more Item for Xmas. 2'/ miles S. on
to love. Fr_. 964-6362. 12/22 One of them
Him: His.friends riD ,
TRAVEL TRAILERSSTAR p.m. 3tchg 12115HOUSECLEANINO 301, across from 301 Qulk Stop. ,against away.

SPECIAL) We 'will SCHOOLSUNITED 964-3696 recording Itpd 12/22 denied Him. He, was turned over to His enemiesand
I pressure wash any single story home SEAT LIFT CHAIRSt If you're a Medicare
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," CRAFT CAMPER fits long nicer $39.93. Slnglewlde mobile home ,recipient with a qualifying condition went through the mockery of a trial.; He was
r wheelbase truck portable toilet, $19.95; doublewldes 3495. Carports, TRUCK MASTER, Truck DriverTraining call toll free number for more Informa
I', a clean. $1000. 473-4825. ,Itchg 12/22 roof, awnings, windows, screens, D.O.T. certification |lob tion. 800-445-4174, fcan nailed to a cross between two thieves.Cxfli While

,walkway are extra. Expert mildew placement assistance, financial aid .His executioners gambled for
He dying- .
was ,
Y removal. Call 964-4483 7 a.m.to 6 p.m. available, correspondence/resident ,
BUSINESS or 964-8961 after 6 p.m. 3tchg 12/1-13 training accredited member NHSC. His garments, the only property He had on earth
JACKSON CLEANING SERVICE: Get Call loll-free 18003463112. Headquarters MOBILE HOMES
OPPORTUNITIES ready for the holiday! let us come In : Cl orwot.r, Florida. Icon FOR SALE When He was dead He was laid in a borrowed grave
and clean your home, no job too big or .
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EUREKA tOO HOMESt Th. true too small. Inside general cleaning. outside FOR SALE through the pity"of a friend. ,Nineteen centuries

American Dream. Your own beautiful pressure washing.Free estimate ,ONE ACRE LOTS 'with mobile homes tod He is the central
log home and exciting business. only '782.3383tchg 12/8-22 ready to move Into. Several to choose have: come and gone, today
,$24,900. Available worldwide Information WILL BABYSIT New Years Eve or' MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS:'I As low'a* ,from. Owner financing. Payments less of the human race."CX3' All the armies that
and model locations Call anytime. Call 964-6362. Itchg 12/22 $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. TF than rent. Low down payment* from, figure, ,
18006438344. fcan SEMI OR PRIVATE ROOM AVAILABLE In ,NEWSPAPER PLATES aluminum. $".500. 964-238.,10/27TF ever marched' all the: navics'that ;ever, sailed all
UVE IN YOUR MODEL I Exciting new way nice retirement home for gentleman measure 24x36" $.50 each. Great for CHRISTMAS SPECIAL new 28x60 3/2, sit ,
to,,market laminated cedar homes.t state licensed trained staff. 964-4346.! patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 many option, loaded. $22,995, Small ,the parliaments that"ever all, the, kings that
Fast sophisticated, building system 2tchg 12/22-29 W. Call St. 964-6305. TF ,down payment fast credit approval by have not affected the
backed by national advertising. Excellent K a K CLEANING SERVICE: Commercial AUCIA HAY In rolls under born: Delivery phone. Uncle Roys,',1-351-8514. 4tchg 'ever reigned,. put together,

profit potential. 2066688511. land business,' personal services. available Arthur Gasklns, 7823727.. 12/8-29 life of man on this earth ,as much as that.....,
International Home of Cedar, P.O. References available, 964-908..8/11 3/26TF TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 14x70 Skyline ,

Box 268 Woodlnvllle. WA 98072 fcan EOW __ .______ OAK WOOD FOR SALE 2474.9/29TF ,3/2.'free deilvery.agenf! 1.351',8527., I
BEST ONE MAN BUSINESS EVER. Only'' I PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR CHANNEL CATFISH 4tchg 12/8.29 ,
", ': $4900. Totally secured by equipment.Can HOMES orca'ch.ou,own. $1.50 lb., SI.75 11.501973 CONCORD furnished $3.OOO' G ONa gOLITARY LIFB-'
make'you Independent. No sellIng dressed. Also fingerlings for stocking or best offer 7823733. Itchg,12/22
no Inventory no overhead. FOR SALE pond For more info 964-6471' Hwy
$50.000 very possible first year. 100 South behind .Pine 'Tree Inn. THE DIVINE SHEPHERD

t Limited openings available. Call Bill GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD! 3 BR, I'/i bo, 12/22TF s MV KtUUlLO
Sherman Day or night.1-800-533-3962. concrete block with CH t AC on W. SHELLED PECANS IN HALVES SS/pound .
Icon' Pratt St. $35,500.IlALPH dried. 964-2666. ;2tchg 12/15-22 You CAN Afford to Buy or ....:.
BRYAN REALTY ts4-l.7t FOR SALE Piano $750;, Organ $350.' 'Build a Hornet Let us assist
II MOTORCYCLESHONDA FOUR ACRES-CLOSE IN-Wlth 3, 964-6943. Itpd 12/22' you in obtaining a Farmers After Hours

Bedroom, 2 Bath frame, only $35.000. PLEASE HELP DOTT11I FOR SALE On Home Loan. [ AnneT.rwlll.gorNelson. ...*>''o.\.. ._ .. .,. .'. .'473-7541
Has
HOt like 1200 miles. BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 lightly used brother-in-law. owr ,. ,, _496.vl291'
RALPH .
new .. teeth and hair.One small dent In head,, .Johala.... Matter App.ai r, -'"'1. '
f' tutlri'.': $1500. 782-3782. 2tcha 12/15-22 PEACEFUL COUNTRY 3 BR frametteMe-' ;'*.i but still good condition. Answer tc MtTST: SEE TODAY: Paulino Randolph f h" . .,t .:, .. .. .:.,. .\.964-3160

\, REAL ESTATE on fireplace 2 acres., screened Remodeled porch n.w', carpet deck "Jimmy". Make offer. 964-7514. Itpc 3 Bit 1 1/2 BA Only 2 Joy Thornton .. .,'., .'". ,'. .;. :. . . .964-4223

39500. 12/22 Yrs. Old. One Block Debra Connaughfon . ... .'. .', . . .964-2833
OUT OF AREA RALPH BRYAN REALTY 964-8878 OAK FIREWOOD FOR SALE haul.cut and Richard split from High School
truck.You
$35 for pickup
.. CUTE AND COZY two bedroom frame on 12/22-29
Hall. 533-2632. 2tchg
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST Woodedlots 1 acre, vinyl siding, great starter SEVERAL ITEMS stove $70: table $10:
PLANTANA REALTY
river occ...,' $5450 Each. No home. $25,000.RALPH tools, coffee tables, chairs A other fur
down $65.41 'month I.,. Owner BRYAN REALTY 964-8878
12/22
money nlture. Call 9646362. Itchg rr I rr I
1-236-4579 or 16222438. 1/7TF, REPAIR EXISTING HOME and build one 284-2617
more home on this 2V4 lot*. $13,000,,

ANIMALS & PETS T $3,000 down, owner term. ,, -- ----- __ -..-.- -..-. ....... I.f 1N STARKE RADIATOR &
904-312.6881. Stpd 12/8-1/3 I I ; INC
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FOR SALE LARGE THREE BEDROOM, 1W\ bath, cement | ,
block house In Stark., AC. CH. Hauler ft Radiator ReptdrgpcClallst
FREE PUPPIES) Cute and ready for new fireplace 10% down. $33.600, I I ,.M r-/i.; p-} '

home.English Just Bull In time and for Chow.CHRISTMAS'408! 1-726-7651. after 5 p.m. 12/22TF' _.......CrRO" i 1 luulcr Core e Water Pumpa Tarts,

,Westmoreland St. Itpd 12/22 '" RLL (FREE Cooling ,
'HO.n FOR SALE) 10 yr. old registered j )
Morgan gelding' $500. Call.964-7101.! 'THE, GBItI6r: ,_ System Inspection
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Susan: M. Faulkner" GRI,'.CRB President REALTOR YEAR: FROM NOON, ON' ,FRIDAY (,DEC. ,23.. .d) ,i ,
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S. ''of SR 100. 221 W: Lafayette St. __ ALL YEAR ROUND .3 BR/2&I/2BA Two-Story Log Home on Water
Located Hwy.301 ,2 blks. TUESDAY AT 8'.3O: SHARP FISH 3000 SF.large Enclosed Garage,Well S
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PEACE a QUIET -
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Enjoy'your '. 3 DO Acre YOU.NEED A SMALL, HOUSE Move this 2 Bill\BA. From. In Good Condition

andhoJ.iday to a New location. Ha Stove t Refrl.$5,700.
home MATH IN THI CITY 2 BRX1BA Frame Home, AC; Space Heater, Large Screened

i? WSRl9'h I porch.LAWTEY 112x310- 4 BR/1BA Lot. 29700.Frame large_ living a' Dining- Room. Porches: 01.!

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:-" MOBILE HOMES' 'Cityl 1.38 Ac.;great office location. .Larae. LMng-Dlnlnq
'' SELECTED PROPERTIES
BR, 2V4 bo, ho.CIty' SR 100: 35 acres potential ,, .
FOR 1M7 CONCORD 3 Small down payment.
lot with wood frame house,city commercial development area. ACRES Power pole a well. Owner financing. .
extra 8.6 Area. Upstairs, 6400 SF, Hwy 301 N.
+* SALE 1 utllltle. HOMES ACREAGE 3.7 ACRES 'Two-Story Bldg w/ltvlng a Refrl, 2 Well, Septic, Planted I
I e 173 New Moon 12x60,with opprox- :..Gel... ....t 2100 .f. brick veneer, 2e. ACRES ; SW Mobil Home w/Stov. I .

C-1 10 acres North of lowtey,lOSth Ave.IMS .. opprox. 10 OC.... 4 BR, 2 Ba, CHSA Pine.. Good Term. BFookerl:I .
........od 82x2, 3 BR. :2 I Bo, city water 4 gas, front porch with sw 49 ACRES Will Divide. Owner Financing Owner Financing..'
CH"" 1 ocr. near Bedford Lake, Ing ottchmt',sunken living room, 10 ACRES Will Divide, Pecan Grove Well a Septic. .
HOMES family room with Ig. brick fireplace, 3 ACRES Good Commercial location.Hwy. 16W.

e..HAt.*. formal dining room., central vac 'I ACRI Zoned low Mobile Home. .
We welcome this opportunity to thank all Celley .... 3BR IBo; brick veneer.CHBA. system new carpet Price. reduced* 8 ACRES Hwy. 301 South. .
festive time. !Ig. chain link fence yard Owner anxious to sell ONE-HALF ACRE Zoned for Mobile Home. _
our clients at this most eS,. Clelr St.i 2 BR, t Bo QUA. with .Union Ctyl 135 acres, 2700 sq.ft. LAKI GENEVA large lot 100 ft. on Water. .
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Call One of Our Professionally LAND BUILDINO LOTS LAROI AREA OP LAND Northeast Section of City.IF .
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Little Lake Sent. ..100x160 ft. lot, RELATED
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After Hours Call These Realtor Associates. 125 frontage. Remodeled, recently painted.Owner I i After 1:30 p.m.,Cellt
,e I'....L. 'aulkn.64.5142 ''e City\ one acre on Laura St.,room for Anxious! i Wep.D.ugles.'e4eanllllDe IIIGnann M4-4e .
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CARS TRUCKS VANS RENTALS MOBILE HOMES REAL; ESTATE HOMES FOR SALE

I BR COTTAGE near library .furnished, TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 14X70 Skyline,
177 It FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT. walk. CHEVY V4 TON 4x4 PARTS front and AC. $240 mo. Lake privilege, 3/2 free delivery. 13518527. 4tchg 1-S-S-10-20 ACRES or larger for tale. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $( (U ,
through w/., 55 Evinrud..ngine'with' rear axle., frontier, transmissions, 4734961. 12/1 tfnchg 12/8-29 New two bedroom 2 bath doublewlde repair). Delinquent tax property.: ,
trailer 4681505. TFrw' .,C. 964-5812. TFce CAMPER FOR RENT 30 ft. Single only CHRISTMAS SPECIAL New 28/60 3/2, on one or more acre Call 496-3939, Repossessions Call 1(805)687-6000.( ) r'' ':''
EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS: n.w Evlnrude 117 DOOOI RAMi AC AM/FM/.tereo, Fully equipped except gas. $200 a loaded, 122,995.Small down payment day 454.1595 evening< tfn/chg. ext. OH-1136, for current repa list,; "
outboard A trolling motors, in box, 4 speed, PS;, payoff $7500. Call month. 473-2667, 4tpd 12/8.29 fait credit approved by hone. Uncle 12/8 11/178tpd. 1/5 ,
1988 t 89 models d.ol.r Invoice, 4682440. 4tchg 12/1.22 I BR LAKE FRONT HOME $300 month Roy'. 1.351-8514. 4tchg 12/8-29 NOTHING DOWN 48 acre farm with
1 100% financing available. GBM Soles, 19M HYUNDAI Xli Ilk. new take overpayment plus deposit, t utilities. Twin Lake*' 30-< producing acre at Worthington FOR RENT '
,1800544.2850 5 day 8 o.m.-5 p.m. '- $126.08. 964-6972 after ,2p.m. area off 214. 473-3856. 4tpd 12/8.29 FARM ANIMALS Spring Ha 95 year old house In poor
Icon 2tehg 12/15-22 ON LAKE GENEVA Immaculate 2 condition, wont good family with decent -
It FT. LONESTAR with 50 hp marina 1 M ISUZU l-MARKt AC AM/FM/.tefeo, Bedroom, I'A baths, large living room Income that I I. willing to repair ONE TWO THRU BEDROOM MOBIII '
FOR SALE
PIGS
5 peed, tinted window, $3300. Call 473-0656.4tchg 12/1-22 HOMES Near' schools, water and
motor, lull electric with everything 60 dinette, family room, kitchen equipped and maybe renovate the haue with
hr.. usage, new roller with :3000 782-3033.2Ipd 12/15-22 overhead fans, air conditioned. what would normally be there down .sewer furnished. Call 496-2020. alter 9
mile, ,motor obout 4 year old. Must ItlO VW RABBIT. 4 door, dl...!. hardwood floor, laundry t dork NOTICE payment and loan cost. If this could be p.m. 12/15 2tpd. 12/22
sell due to. health reasons 9648553. 468.1505.TFrw facilities $375 month, $375 deposit. your dream place and you can satisfy TWO BEDROOM t BATH HOMI Worthington "
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS '87 Buick Century CLASSIFIED. ADVERTISING should be submitted $200. month.
,2tpd 12/15-22 473.2919 12/15 tfnchgON me. 1 will be your bank Call John Springs. per
12' V-HUlLi aluminum boat': with ,AM/FM/cotsette. cruise, good LAKE GENEVA Efficiency studio to the Lake Region Monitor office 376-5737 or 376-4201. 12/15 4tchg. 1/5 First and tail month rent In advance,
condition. 9644968. 12/22-1/12 In writing and paid In advance Call 496-3909 496-2995. 12/22 4tpd.
fiberglass iwivel teat, trailer and 4tchg apartment, furnished, laundry and or
'84 'MUSTANG 6 cyl. convertible, unless credit I I. already establishedwith 1/12
Evlnrude motor. $350 9644111. Itpd dock facilities. Utilities furnlihed. $275
12/22 AM/FM/cottette, red wi block top monthly plus $275 deposit. 4732919. this office.MONITOR FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM 12x73 and 3 bedroom, 1 .. '
6000. Call 9646300. Itchg 12/22 12/15 tfnchg. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 1/2 both. Ralford area. $250 plus '
I 173 a '74 MAVERICKi no title for MELROSE AREA 3 bedroom mobile RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN FRUIT PLANTS at Martin' Fruit Farm Ft. deposits. HUD recipient welcome. *
LAND FOR SALE either. $150 for both only one run*. horn, furnished with porch. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER White. BARE ROOT Apple peaches, Call 431-1714, after 4:30: p.m., keep ,
4851185. Itchg 12/22 1-684-6634 3tpd 12/22-1/5 THE TELEPHONE. nectarine, plum, pear, and fig. $3. trying. Itchg. 12/22.
100 ACRES: *lx room house and barn. IMS FORD F1IO 4ir4t with 4 ipeed, 302, RENT WITH OPTION TO BUY New Classified deadlin. It '11:00: a.m.Tuesday CONTAINER GROWN 'Apple and MINI STORAGE 5x5, $15;; 5x10, $20; ,
Owner 'will finance, $2000/Acr.. long wheel bate, mutt, sell, 782-3281.; mobile home, 3 BR/2 BA. Call Bob, prior to Thursday publication. pear $6. Blueberries and grape $3. 10x10 $30, per month .plu $20
'Phone 964-7771 or 964-4537, ))0/20TF 2tchg 12/22.29 413.7975.4tchg 12/22-1/12 Minimum charge I*15 word for$3.50 Japanese persimmons $12. OPEN deposit Call 496-3939 or 4623068.
SHORT ON CASH?? NO Down Payment ,HUNTERS SPECIAL; 1973 Chevy PU tuck ,SILVER LAKE COTTAGE Nice 1 then IS cent for each word thereafter. Mon.SotClosed Sunday, 497-2621. tfnchg. 12/22,

Land Package dealt on land and n.w 6 cyL, stick, new clutch body rough. bedroom, AC/H fireplace, furnished 12/1 5tpd. 12/29' TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE: ...
,mobile home with tet-up. 1 acre-up. 964-2382 or 9642966. $600 OBO. 'Itpd 473.2<<0:Itpd 12/22 ENGLISH PIT BULL PUPS 8 week, tails across from LBMS. $225 monthly. ''
,Many with large oak and 12/22 bathclean" mobilehome docked tome white, tome brindle, ,Available 12/19. For Info call 964.8602
TWO BEDROOM' T
UNDERGROUND (No Mound) septic 74 DODO CHARGER SEa 360 eng., AT 1V4 SERVICESSEWING parent on premises. $35 each. Call after 6 p.m. |mm' _
tanksII. PS, PB, a* I I.$300.Will trod. for electric heat t air In Cloy County 786-2843 or 7817644.1222 2tpd. 12/30
RALPH BRYAN REALTY, 964-8878 guitar with amp drum, or track 'acre: $250 month plus 12/22.29 damagedeposit. MACHINES CLEANED oiled and PUPPIES Furry and lovable. $50 each.
,J ACRES CLEARED. 15000. ,Call ((904)) recorder 964-4111 ltpo\12/22 Call 4732566.: 2tchg adjust tendon In your home Special Call 4963021. Itchg. 12/22 ,NOTICE
261-0032, 4tpd 12/8-29. $ 4.95. Repair all brand. Work SMITH AND WESSON model 19-357'
guaranteed. 473-7862.1211 tfnchg magnum 4 Inch barrel nickel plated CLASSIFIED
should
ADVERTISING be submitted -
excellent condition.<<; $280. Call
HELP WANTED HOUSI CLEANING Experienced..liable ,
to the Union County Time office
1 12/22
LOSTFOUNDFOUND 496-302T. tchg
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have reference for working In writing and paid In advancer.
,mom and dad around Keystone area. unless credit I I. already establishedwith
'UPCOMING the
: SMALL BOAT Keystone area' Strawberry DENNY'S (formerly the Call Cindy, 473-9059. 4tchg 12/1.22 HELP WANTEDNEED this office. '
Patch Restaurant) at
RESPONSIBLE MOTHER of two will THI TIMES
STAFF CANNOT HELD
Describe to claim. Call 473-1566. Itchg
Econo Lodge In Starke. We need
12/22. babytlt In my home. Referencesavailable. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
CHRISTMAS MONEY Assemble
honest, for all
dependable people position -
HRS registered. Reasonablerate CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN
OVER
LOST-WHITE ALASKAN HUSKY namedTippy.
*. Come by and apply between the products at home. Call for ImmediateInformation.
468-1660. !Itpd 12/22 hour of 10 am.2 p.m.; ECONO *. 4733732. Stchg 12/15-29 1(504)641-8003( ) ext. 8401. THE TELEPHONIC ,, ','.'
LODGE, US 301 N.. ,Starke. 964.7600 DOORS DRAGGING FLOORS SAGGING Itpd. 12/22 Classified deadline I I. MONDAY, 9 / ,",'1,;
2tchg 12/22-29 HOUSE OUT OF LEVEL Call EARN $7.75 HR. We need Quittance In P.M., prior to Thursday publication. ', ,' ", '{'"
LoRue Leveling Service for all your evaluating and responding to daily Minimum charge I I. 15 word for$3,50, \, "
foundation repair Keystone, work report submitted by our agent then 15 cent for each word, thereafter,. :, !:" ,:,' :,

FOR SALE 4737721. 7/9TF throughout the state. No experience ,:i" ,,' : ):.)
necessary; paid to complete training. ,, ':', <
,HELP WANTED MISCELLANEOUSPACK Work at home. For Information send YARD SALE
HELP WANTED SPINET PIANO$500. Call 473-3183 after self-addressed. stamped envelope' 9

,PROFESSIONAL' CASE WORKER IN 6 p.m. 4tchg 12/1.22 RAT Buy tell and trade collectible 1/2 Inches long to;; AWGA Dept. E,, .
SINGER' AUTOMATIC 'Makes buttonholes THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Dec. 22 6
Box 49204, Atlanta Ga. 30359. Itpd. 23th.
BRADFORD/UNION:AREA Item and antique Used furniture: ,
HOUSING SALESMAN decorative pattern and much jewelry and much more.Come .' 12/22 SR231, 'across from Clark'. Groc.ry,
it.-.., more. Cost $689 will sacrifice, $150.' glassware for One mile east ... -. I--, Store._ Itpd. 12/22 '
yourself. l.--irrn---iV.
Will BA see v-ii-L.-r- -.1 --
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Fastest mobile require a or a 4737862. 12/8 tfnchg
homeaccepting
growing '
retailer In the US Is human service related field and USED SEWING MACHINES 4 $50 and up. of Keystone Height on Hlghway,100. MOBILE HOMES MISCELLANEOUSITS
473-2183. 12/1 tfnchgCARSTRUCKSBOATS .
applications tor sales' '4 years related experience or Straight stitch zlg tag, automatic. Call FOR SALE
Swindell 473-7862.12/8 tfnchg
positions. Applicant must need, licensure as a LPN.Send resume MUST SELL Single bed, wood headboard A FACT Pecan tree bare better;
:to earn $3000 or more per to Audrey Koerney Personnel footboard and'frame. $125; :DRASTICALLY REDUCED '28x56 3' without mo*. Call 454.2870, between<
month. Must be 21 and have Office Bradford-Union-Putnam' Ingle bed box spring, $25; double '82 CHRYSLER LEBARON ,,"C. AM/FM bedroom, 2 both lap siding eat-In kitchen 6 and 9 p.m., lor free eitlmate. 12/22
reliable transportation. Call Guidance Clinics Inc., P.O. Box' bed headboard, $10; girl bike need cassette, PS, 4 speed new paint* new : shingle roof. Was 29200. (teal 1'' 4tpd. '/12 -
Mr.. Reynolds at 964-6407. tire, seat and sprucing up $20. .Call clutch. $1500 OBO 473-7619. 2tchg ''It at 23650. Delivery and set up In-
399 Starke FL 32091 473-2210 or 4733756. 12/8 tfnchg 121.22 cluded. Call Donna at 753-0251.: 'Itchg.,
8 HP GO-CART Newly rebuilt ..ngln.On. .. 84 MERCURY LYNX.4 door wagon. Ex. 12/22 ,
seater.$150 080.413.7619.3tchg ,cellent condition inside 8 out. $21000. DREAM HOUSE 28x64 3 bedroom. 2 *
Bradford Village Apartments, 12/8-22 475-5087 after 6 p.m. 2tchg 12/22.29. bath great,' room morning room,. FOR SALE /
USED ENGLISH SADDLE with blanket, metal lap tiding shingle roof.
1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments Iron and leather.$100 OBO.473-7619 HOMES FOR SALEFOR fireplace with blower. Lender opprols-
305 W. Washington Street Stchg 1218-22 'ed $36,900, must sell for 28000. Call New f'urniturewholesale
LEER TRUCK TOPPER far short wheel 752-0251. Itchg. 12/22
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Presently Available: SALE OR RENT lake Hutchinson, prices direct
bos Dodge or Chevy. Used once, cost ,LUXURIOUS 14x70, 2 spacious
:Two 1 Bedroom, beginning at $200. per month one pet allowed. S35O, will sacrifice $200. Dad will love Keystone overlook Heights. 3 BR.lake.3:BA Office, living, bedroom 2 full both, lots of kitchen from NC factory, living
Chrlstmasl 4733559. 3tpd 12/15-29 room cabinet space Wall 18795.
I Will\ consider HUD Section 8 applicants kitchen hot all '
workshop
MUST SELL New Gibson clothe dryer garage appliances Unbelleveable buy at 13950. Onlyone room suites, lounges,
\ 964-8601 $25O.: never hooked up; solo bed $35; washer A dryer In utility left. Call Donna at 752-0251: Set up
two leather chair,*2Oi; rocking chair room. .Rent or purchase. $685 per. free, Itchg. 12/22 recliners, financing
r $10; small brlghtry colored talking posy ti month. Available Feb. 1989. Brian Gorman .,ht.\ .. j ; j awUftifele with*good I I
rot, $300. ,1 year old. 4739048. Itpd 406-507-6357. 9tpd 12/1-1/26 '
REWARDFor |2/22 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Highrldge Estates. credit. Phone 964-7628.,
Three mobile home, by owner central
heat and air, fenced carport, clean ,--:::::.......
information 'on person who entered; good condition. Discounted for cash.
473-7044 after 6 2tpd 12/22-29
p.m.
uninvited :Harold Waters' home 'on Meng NEWLY REMODELED ,.;3 BR/1BA, block NOW RENTING
home. Select carpet color. Submit all :
Dairy Road December 14th between / term $31,000. Green Cove Spring;
} Ioise :PalaceF i i l 1 & 2 Bedroom
Plantana Realty. 284-2617, Itpd 12/22
1':00 and 4:00: and stole''
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,< 2.,: 301 South :?. ( : ,Apartments
belonging to, Mrs. Waters and it: t h": '
a new y:1t l"St rKe.,Florida: >' .'$&'& "IM'I e Under New Management

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964-6182 FOR DIRECTIONS OPEN TO PUBLIC. fXi' 1f for Trail Rides';}(: :N 46&-27T7 VILLASNow

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David Lawson Paint & Body Shop f'vi.i; :,y' 964' .. 6973 ;'",:' <>1': Forest Park ;

!h'f'';, :! ;, ".j"fo.: .... /'''' ''''' >.;Y!$<'tA Apartments ,

Insurance Collision Work ,Free Estimates .. :..

CR 229 NW 28th St Starke 964-6133 An Income apartment facllles.complex No rental designed assistance for:moderate available, '' '.

HERITAGE VILLAS Attractive 1 & 2 BR/1 BA apta., range. ,
refrigerator carpet central heat & air, patio -
and laundry. Free water sewer& garbage. Rent
6O7 Bradford Court in Starke $185 > $220 minimum.Two complete s :

Seasons (greetings :from Applications for Immediate occupancy are being acceptedon handicapped apartments avlalable.,. a t. .

1 & 2 BR apartments. Monthly payments from $220 For Information /Application 1" .,' ".. 'J'/
'# plus utilities. Handicapped units are also available. Forest Park Apartment s 775 MB let Street.Lake Butler PI 32084
(904))4atV3433: EJLO.
Rental Information and applications are available at the

Bradford, ,Properties Rental Office. 607 Bradford Court. Starke


& Investments Inc. LAKE BUTLER HPflRTmEIlTS
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SPECIAL ONE MONTHS FREE RENTto
Now taking applications for 1-2-3-4 bedroom units.These al-1'
qualified applicants,with one year's lease. electric units are spacious with lots of chose space and all have

,Suzanne Kitchens L Occupying by January 1. 1989.. wan-to-wall carpet drapes and kitchen appliances. On-sIte laundry.

Lie. Real Estate facilities. Rental assistance available for qualified applicants..


-:;;. Broker 'Call'964-6216, Equal' For application and Information
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Lake Butler.FL 32054
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;;..tea, 96463OElixson
'"- CH/A 'Fully Equipped Kitchen'. Cable Ready e One &Two Acre Mobile Home LoU..u$3,5OO and Upe

New 2 BR. 2 BA Home In Graham._...$4O.OOO

EQUAL 200 Acres near Theressa........$1,000 acree
1530 W. Madlslon Street 101 HOUSING Beautiful lake lotsl On paved road In Hawthorne $25.0OO and Up

Starke e 964-6312 OPPORTUNITY e Building Lot In Smokerlse Subdivision..Keystone $5OOO

Wood Products Inc. Mon.-FrI. 9-5 PM e 2 Lots and Mobile Home.....Keystone.... $22,500
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'2.000 SQ. Ft.Home on 2 1/2 Ac. Rent or Sale $400/Mo.
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Cypress Mulch, Pine ,Bark :-.. FOB. SALE'. ", .;;.: t.if.{<' a- : FeRRENI'e 2 Homes$2 SOOMoe miles north of Starke, 3 BRa 1 BA.. completely: furnish.

iii" Ocala National Forest.. hunting & fishing' retreat on
:Fill: Dirt Top. Soil
You Pick Up or We_Deliver, Rodman ReseivoJr.. .-.$25,000
Large or Small toads: 'of ; _imorocks'Tractor r1<'
Red < : BRADFORD LAND &: CATTLE COMPANY'
We Also Have Heart Cypress Lumber
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Work ; dozO Ronald E. Newman Sr.

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Closed Wed. & Thurs.

FOR RENT HELP WANTED COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Starts Frl.,Dec.23 O 1l;

HOUSI FOR KINTt Crosby Lok. Shore GENERAL WEIGHT HAULING) Commercial RENTLEASESALECOMMERCIAL She's ,ghost..
$300 per month. 418.887.8739, 4t-d Transport need Owner/operators.
12/1.22 If you need training, w. will train you. BUILDING FOR RENT) HIGH
LOW RENT EFFICIENCY ROOMS, quiet You will operate your own tractor If Downtown Star..... $200 monthly, Can ,
clean, no roach..?. utilities paid no you don't have on., Commercial( remodel to suit, at negotiable price. 'SPIRITS Purple Gator Western Wear
children or' pet*, 964-3687, 4tchg Transport effort a purchase program Phone 964-6309. John. TFjm( E t 3I ,
12/1-22 that w. think !I. one of the best In the OFFICI SPACE 500 sq ft. for rent on
IXTRA CLEAN recently remodeled?, 2 Industry. If you are 21 or over and think Hwy 301,'Stark.. Apply at Durronce I SCREEN TWO e \I Hwy 301 1 S. Starke 964-4809
BR I bath n.w heat pump, carport, you may qualify,call iota compl.t.Information Pump Supply, 96<1-7061. 8/25TF Next to Gator/ Farm Supply
fenced bock yard, nice neighborhood. package. Call weekday toll (00 SOFT OFFICE BUILDING for rent, An '
$325 per month, 1 lease, & depolt. free 1.800-348-2147, ask for operator 858 N. McMohon St. Call 9648292. ,Adventure In The
964-8073, 631 W. Fronclt St. 12/1TF 97. Commercial Transport I Is a division 3tch0 12/M5 Land Of The Dinosaur.
MOIILI HOMES 2 BR, I bath with air of northAmerlcon Van Line, a Norfolk 1000 SQ. FT.'OFFICE Hwy 301 South Mens L/S Western Shirt ............... 30% Off
conditioning and covered potion 1 mil. Southern Corporation subsidiary, fcan across from Wal-Mart/KOA. $350 THE LAND 1
to downtown Stark.. 964-7498. TWO BEDROOM unfurnished hou., your area )7,840-$69,483. Coll 12/8TF Western Blouses ........ ,25-45% Off
CHSA. $225 per ',month, 964.8848 ,or 602-838-8889 ext. R3493. 4tpd BEFORETIME3O1

eve 473-3627. 12/8TF 12/22-1/12 Felt Hats.......................s..........:., 25% Off
1/2 HOUSE IN TOWN with pool. $400 TRAIL RESTAURANT LAWTEY I I. taking ,
month $730 security, 9646945. Itpd application for cook Experienced or
12/22 Interested p.r on.- apply In person DRIVE-IN Buck & Case Knives 01
UNFURNISHED APARTMENT lor'rent. only, 2tchg 12/15.22 Leather 20 '
Belts
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$173 month plus $100 :deposit. UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE needs, WE WILL BE CLOSED '
1.468.1857. 4tchg 12/15-1/3 port-lime h.Ip. S3 per hour. No Belt Buckles
FURNISHED ,APARTMENTt $200 ,per benefit Apply In person. Itchg 12/22 CHRISTMAS WEEKENDDEC. Saddles & Tack Off
..... month plus $100 d.po.it, Call LADY TO CAM FOR ELDERLY sleep In 23, 24 & 25
1-468-1857.4tchgl2115.1/5 night 9644546. Itchg 12/22 '
DESERT ISLE MOTEL w..kly rotes for 2 UPCOMING DENNY'S (formerly the fM ernt Christmas
person, $70: also mobile home pork. Strawberry Patch Restaurant) at the Perms
Ing space ,for rent. 782-3332. 2tpc! I EconoLodg. 'In Storke. W. n..d. Come See Us -
12/13-22 honest,dependable people for all position ClassifiedsGet You'll Bo Glad You Did!
IN COUNTRY small bedroom frame .. Please come by and apply between $ 25.00 & Up r ,
house,carpet. Available 1 Jon. 89 Call the hour of 10'om.-2 p.m. ,,
964-8602 after 6 p.m. for Info. TFjmm ECONO LODGE US 30V N,.Storke. Fla. Results! HAVE
FURNISHED DUPLEX APARTMENT at 202 9647600. 2tchg! 12/22-29 1' Haircuts$8.OO&Up () A
Broadway St.Will be showed by people DAYCARi WORKER a daycare worker I I. I VERY
at 204 Broadway. 2tchg 12/22.29 needed to serve a* the teacher for 3 ft _
;,' TWO a THREE BEDROOM HOUSES) $230 4 yr old at lowtey Elementary School. ;; MERRY
and $275 plus security. Call 964-5377. Anyone wishing to contract with the .. CHRISTMAS!
after 5:30: P,m. 2tchg 12/22.29 Bradford County School Board at the' Frostings 'EZWHEELS
THREE BEDROOM CHaAr 'screened rate of $4 per hour/5 hour per day
,. ,p',1 porch no pets. 9645356. Itpd 12/22 beginning Jan. 2, 1989 through June 2, 25.00 -.-.
I''" t"-h: CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE 3 BR, In 1989 should contact Oenlse Adams at 1320 N.Temple Ave.
I ", Storke, stove refrigerator convenient the Bradford County School Board office 'Hair Color Starke
", '" ',',:' to shopping $250 mo., deposit; required. *. Person Interested should haveor
,!', ';1;,;' 468.1509 after 6 p.m. No pets. b. willing to take the 20 hour HRS 15.00 964-7783
">" :i'" ( 2tpd 12/22-29 child care certification course. 2tchg
i: ; /, TWO BEDROOM HOUSE near schools. 12/22.29 e Buy Here Pay Here '
,"'," $200 monthly. Coll 5332235.Itpd 12/22 AGGRESSIVE CABINET,SALES PERSON with Alan. Linda K.. Diane.. e We Finance e >y r FSs-c3 0r' 7 r' jK w-t ri1caisI
MOBILI HOME 2 BR, CHSA, carpet, on and experienced cabinet maker need Gina.Faye &Jane NO .
.. Grlffl loop. 468-2374. Itchg 12/22 ed. Apply Dyson Cabinets, 2923 NE APPOINTMENT NECESSARYGOLDIDOCKS '80 AMC Concord
STATE EMPLOYEES need home close to 20th Way. Golneivllle, 373-3542. 2tpd
your work? W.,have cI.an'mobli. HELP WANTED 4 Dr.,Wagon- Nice
home. available. 468-1323.' 10/8 TF $295 Down'
,FURNISHED ROOM with air, all utilities' ,ADVERTISINGSALESPERSON
paid. From $37.50 w..kly. Magnolia '964-4645 e I
Hotel. Walnut St. by Post Office, TF ,'8O Olds Omega

THREE. prison.BEDROOM Call 4681323., I'A bath 6/9TF, clean,'closeto for the Bird Dog. STARKE Across from Jaz Auto..Air Xtra-Clean

CLEAN FURNISHED HOMES: c.ntral'AC' Apply in person on US 301. Mon-Sat. 9:30 $295 Down'
extra*, reasonable r nts. PINES. am til 6 p.m. -WC're'lI!
" 496-2366, SR 121 lake Butler.;'7/14TF Bradford Telegraph! ,e
,LAWTEY APARTMENTS now taking ape, I 135 W. Call St.. Starke ,'77 Datsun 5-Speed;
plication for 1 A 2 bedroom apart, -
menls, CH4A, fully equipped kitchen, :Looks New!
drape. 782.3531. New management. ,Holiday:.Discounts Free Estimates $295 Down
Equal Housing Opportunity. 9/tSTF

Orange fPaW- Stripping 80 Buick e Skylark

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NOTICE! Commercial & Residential Refinishing 4-Speed.Top: Mileage
Did You Sell Your Property? Antique & Furniture Restoration $295 Down'
e Do You Receive: Payments On a '
Mortgage or Agreement for Deed? Stripping Repair. Caning Refinishing, 'e : OO aSOci'lSuOacr: :

e Cash Wouldnt Now?You Rather Have. ALL ,Let Us ',Do The: Messy Work! '75 Ford Maverick,, May
Clean $295 Down your holiday be filled with

pall. fttd FUnicwortK': for'Detail A, : I ((904) ,272-0084. "''. \''.-r'99.4'Dandlng'' 't' :'.:'- ow a,..,uo tweUa ...i".d ".......,"u.. 'the ble rf.JJt fY! J ,
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No.Down Payment Train '. '78 Plymouth Horizon ,Starke Plaza96476S1 s ..oQ'. Greeting. To All Our,
Top Mileage $295 Dn. Friend. and Customer!
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Train to be a
Garages 964-8848 .SECRETARY
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Storage Greenhouses Bldgs. '.SEC/RECEPTIONIST! TOUR GUIDE '

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large'C ,Secondary Specialty:Adult Medicine
Plamod'Lou REGISTER OIL COMPANY INC.
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,Income 308 S. 'ThompsonStreet,9645888; ,
Sea 8. Housing e Blue Cross/Blue Shield,P.P.C.'Insurance :
''Wholesale Prices to the Public'Call for Prices
Rents for 30% of Your ,
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Income'If you Qualify t'' for Lube Oils. Tires,'Tubes

OFFICE HOURS:

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864 N.Temple Avenue, Suite A LANSING J.,ROY
PUMP & SUPPLY (Across from Pizza Hut) 310 S.Lawrence Blvd.

After 110111'8: ,' Keystone Heights.. FL It'l' -
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Well Drilling 765-2441,752-2689 '',>::'(.'''' 473-7256, ":', '

Rotary 2" to 6" I ANNOUNCING: '

MONNA NUGENT LAW.
GENERAL PRACTICE OF
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Pumps I 1025 N. MaiD St. "A Full Service Law Firm"'

All! sizes' gBos 1rf711G IB High Spring.. FLjY I 5 Attorneys &,2 Paralegals,

( RtMlOts. 32843 '
Y 24-Hr. Service: Divorce & Family Law. Business Transactions.

Trial Work. Wills. & Probate.. Social Security Disability.

omce: (904) 54-SOLD ((78153) Bob WhIte Insurance: Law.' Accidents & Injuries. Bankruptcy Law. Fire Losses.

Barns: (904) 984-C833 ,454-3675 Workers Compensation. Criminal Law (DUI Felony.

VISIT OUR SHOWROOMFor Moving to or from Gainesville? Let us help With our Multiple Misdemeanor Juvenile). Corporate and Business L W.
Your Plumbing Parts- Listing Service.We have access to hundreds 01 listings at ourngertlps. State or Federal Court. Zoning. Administrative & '

.Just look at some of these. great. deals.. CaD us for Governmental Law. Landlord Tenant. Construction Law.

964-7061 more details. 'Employer-Employee Relations. Wage and Hour Law..

nayea.re Center 30 Acres with HIgh Springs Adoptions., Non-Proflt Religious & Chartlble Organizations,
864 N..Temple Ayes; Stark .Facilities with' '8aJWa Fe River Area.3 DR 2 BA
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Starke native 'Lennard B.Len( ) City where he assisted in the prosecution
,'. Register III was appointed Dec. 20 of Ted Bundy. He joined the BRADFORD COUNTY .
by Governor Bob Martinez to serveas U. S. Attorney's Office in 1984. EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMEarly
I" state attorney for the 8th Judicial A graduate of Bradford High '-'.
., Circuit. School In 1971 Register was voted
"I am excited about returning to Best All-Round, served as President Intervention is the first step towards dropout
the Starke area and consider it a of the student body and was co- prevention. The School Board of Bradford County has '
i real privilege to be able to serve the captain with Jimmy Alvarez during .\
+- 'SVr received funds to .
,,1 + t people In the'' 8th Circuit," said his senior year..Reglster special provide preschool opportunities '
Register. Register is an assistant U. graduated from the for economically disadvantaged 3 and 4 year old
S. attorney in the Northern Districtof University of Florida in 1978, receiv. children. This program will operate conjunction with
Florida in Tallahassee where he ing his Juris Doctor Degree. He is the following centers: '
is prosecutor of organized crime and the son of Lennard and Ernestine
serves on the. drug enforcement.task Register of Crystal Lake.Register is Bradford Preschool Lawtey ,Elementary School
I.I force. director of operations for the Brad-
Register will take over January 3 ford school system and Mrs: Starke Little School.New. Beginnings
r to replace Eugene Whitworth who Register Is librarian at Starke Midway Elementary School Head Start ,
died two weeks ago after a six month Elementary. y
battle with cancer.Whitworth would The Eighth Circuit Includes ,!
have begun his fifth term'in office Alachua,. Baker Bradford, ;
i: For an application and more information ;
'1 .r next month Gilchrist,Levy and Union Counties. : :
I Register 35, who called The Register said he is well aware of, contact Robin Lee at the
,..i't. Telegraph Wednesday morning the circuit covering five counties in'
Bradford School
from the Pensacola a i port on his addition to Alachua,where he will be County Board..964-68OO
way to a grand jury hearing said he based, and feels it very important ....* tarn, taaoGET'
't.. ,, is pleased to have received bipartisan that all the people receive the best'' ?
I.j :! '. support in his bid for the representation and that he is.look ,
fi. position. Register, a Republician for ing forward to the challenge II
i. t: :.1. ._ .1I.. over two ,years,. has been a pro-, I
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secutor for 10 years six of them with I
Gift from the Seniors... the state court system. After he got
'Dot BenUon of the Senior Center of Bradford County pnaenti l a check and a his start as a prosecutor under Whit
I load of toy. to Cliff Chapman,Head of the,Toy'"for Tot'," program for worth'in Bradford County in 1978,he THE BEST MOTOR OIL.
went on to serve a five-year stint '
Bradford County. ,with the 3rd Judicial Circuit in Lake I

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To Our Many Friends after we left She was in no pain and be eating all the food that was ,
left with a smile. Her heart just stopped brought. 1 have never seen such a
Friendship concern and love really volume and variety, all that was SUPER PREMIUM 10W/40.
comes out during days of grief.,, We' had asked that instead of because of love for her. .
like my family and 1 have experienc flowers, contributions be'' made to For all the expressions, concern
ed. 'our,church parsonage fund. About and love the hearts of all our family Nowadays, people are holding on to.t their cars .I.oi1gerAncj; :, to ,
,$. After leaving the hospital about 8 fifty people must not have read the has been touched in a way'that will, do that they're giving their cars better care. Which means, I
J p,m, on Monday, Dec. 12, saying paper. be remembered always; '
comes time the oil, they use' Gulfpride
',> 'good night"and"we, My next doctor's appointment is when it to change .
''y} smiled and talked about Christmas,. June 1. I am not supposed to eat on To each of you we sincerely hope Super Premium 10W/40. It's made with ZDP one of the '
4 .. and we all came home feeling good. that morning so I will be in shape that God will richly bless you, as anti-wear agents'formulated for a motor oil We ,
1. A few minutes' after we arrived for all the tests.. When the doctor He has bless us and given us, toughest ".' I
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doctor telling us that her God had him that I may not be able to keep George T Huggins 3iil"JKrJ''e'BIU"1 ,it the.best possible; protection; with; ,
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