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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04396
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nol 2-Day Session Hears Char .. :Lfirainst. : Suspended Instructor r ''t.:,: ::. ,I

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j A' two-day hearing for Betty Due the nature of the charges, plans 3) Charges:of:violation of school defended -Mr.. Hutson .in behalf cf for publication on "Mrs Hutson's, '
Stevens Hutson, suspended vo-tecn are to refer the case to the Profes board rules concerning midconduct: the Bradford:: Education Association. criminat case.Hearing .

I cosmetology teacher, concluded sional Practices! Commission which ,on a field! trip,and in.class.
Musical Feast... Tuesday with the hearing examiner has authority to revoke teaching certificates School No Defense Testimony..* Began Dee. 10... :

The Starke Repertory Chorale, setting' Jan. 30 as the date. for a ;; Board, Attorney Terry Young told hearing examiner Jane' The hearing began in the meetingroom
under direction of Don Hardy, will recommended order. Brown reported at the hearing this, Davis of the Division of Administrative of Starke City Hall at 9...m,
present a concert of sacred and > Final action'will be taken by the The.Charges.., week., thai t Mrs. Hutson asked for Services, Tallahassee Monday, Dec. 10.i !
secular choral music Saturday school board based upon the findingsof The charges against Mrs Hutson' four days; per'diem at $50 per day that Mrs. Hutson had been advlseJby t Brown and attorney Daniel MolJoy
examiner when She was! actually only entitled 'called, 17 witness In presenting the ::
evening, Dec 15, ate p.m. in the the hearing fall into three classifications. : another'attorney who represents
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Bradford High School band room. Hutson was suspended by the to three'days. her in criminal charges that she ischool board's case against Hutson.
The public is invited to attend. Bradford School Board In April after 1)) Falsification of travel vouchers, On' 'Tuesday;"" Hutson's attorney should wait and testify in court. Mrs:. Mike Reddish, count? financial'.
Although donations will be requested she allegedly falsified a request for and theft. ,, Thomas'/Young III of Tallahassee, Hutson is scheduled to face misdemeanor {director.,,,testified that Mrs.'Hutson
; admission to the concert,is travel expenses on a school trip. The 'Falsification of students atten said Mrs;'. HuUon,would not testify charges of falsifying.a. per !Ihadrequested, more travel pay,than
free.The school board petition now pending ,'dance records. This charge Is because'criminal'charges are'also diem voucher on Jan. 7. written...\. programs of ,events: called.
chorale is made up of seeks to terminate Mrs. Hutson's ap- grounds for revocation of a teaching pending: Young. works for the Neither Young nor attorney Albert' "
talented adults who like to get pointment with the school. system. > certificate under Florida law; Florida Education: 'Association and Simmons of Ocala would comment See. Instructor.p.A'... >, .\_
together to sing, and several times ". ., { u' ,' ,
a year invite the public to listen. ,. '
Members of the chorale are: Annette -

Pusateri,,Charlene Francis, 4vrq FireG
Carolyn Milner, Marian Douglas, r 'vx iii2ROni .> .
Cana Schmidt, Esther Hardy, Debbie ; '

Woodfin, Don Hardy, BiU .
George, Dirk Schmidt, Bob Milner, I
Denny George, Pat Crawford, Bill I '
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Christmas'Lights... ". I

The best around, as usual, is the
lighted yard of Mrs; Louise Wardon ; "' t
the corner of Pratt and Orange BUS '
Streets in west Starke. 1 d P r ik At. ,

There Is the annual Christmas '
parade and the city's lighted water S
tower, but Mrs. Ward's yard is the Fire gutted two classrooms the'
highlight of the Christmas season English-Social Studies wing'of Bradford -

in Starke, anticipated and appreciated aoI High, the southeast section on .
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for eight years accor- the corner of Adkins St. and US-sou
ding to an anonmymous letter mailed and apparently did extensive smoke,, ..- ::
to The Telegraph ,, 1 damage to the rest of the, ..school:7 L .early .-: :;:

The display defies adequate !; ,...M*.+ i I Wednesday.nlght, ?
description. You've got to see for' 'The roof of the school l ambst 'collapsed .

yourself. ,, said ,Assistant Fire Chief'
There are between 7,000 and 8,000 Dwayne 'Hardee at the scene. A
lights inside the house and in the school employee 'saw smoke and
yard, up about 2,000 from last yean 'phoned the Starke Fire Department

Mrs..Ward keeps buying more each about 6:30: .m. Wednesday, Hardee
year. Her sister, Allean Moore, who said r 5 '
lives with Mrs. Ward also buys,
lights. ,- >--jr" S At' presstime Wednesday night;,
It takes family and friends to put ,. r' 'school officials did not know if school
Up the huge display Helping Mrs: 'would pe ,in session today. Thurs
Ward and Mrs. Moore this year:; day, Dec. 12), Administrators and 1
were daughter Joyce Ward, friend the school board were to meet at .,:
Evelyn Burmett from J> x 'S s 10:30: p.m.. Wednesday to make that! '::',

... t/'nfece Nita Dobbs anama.L.. i1 't ,J
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-'tidrjUtorCftflfoJI1 is$:hell Moore,a friend*1 from'..... ,.. "'.;0=j (llhI\lfiN* 't'(MU.itrici'fi\j" "" ...-,...\!:".,,!,,:,

Green,Cuve Springs; Jimmy StarlI I deter tned; 'a.Oat- ', pst'83ut,' ;p.tfly; ."..
ing from Miami a former StarkeI a 6'f Wedne d\1)\ ; ; .:' ) .

native now a highway patrolman in j '
Dade County Inez Kelly of Starke, No classes: were in session when
her sister and daughter Mary Ella M the fire started, according to' Prin
Watterson and Johnny Waterson : cipal.Jim uncan. "1 wouldn't. even
from Starke. I S : speculate: 'bn what caused it;; Duncan -)
The Telegraph suggests the City said Wednesday' 'nlghtFit..
of Starke help Mrs. Ward with her I .I started In',the,inner portion of,the

December electric bill. wing and- worked I it way. .toward
US-301. ?
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Upcoming Meetings... xI Some. 14 classes wiir N have to *be

The Bradford School Board will 1 I a held I In other,quarters, Duncan saidt .
meet Monday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. in 'i if school was to be in'';session. _:Jf,.

its meeting room in the administration .' ;i
building on N. Temple Ave. in Firemen' from; Starker Lawtey;,. ,
Starke for Its regular monthly LWCI:Heilbronn Springs/and Brad- ;

meeting.The ford.County were at.the
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Starke city commission "f-; '* \
meets Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 7:30 '. as.l I ..... ','; i

p.m. id city hall. The commission ,, ; T Old-Fashioned. chrJs ? ? --i ., ,
has cancelled 4 'f> I \( / its first Tuesday in : .

January New Years meeting Day, and because will next it falls meet on .Square People to lined Call Street the entire to see rout the from 41;entries Bradford\ \\ JIo ;B8: ction. ::
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Jan. 15. parade.The theme(;Ani 55.
( i Old-Fashioned Christmas, ::x : ",
BloodmobileTp .._ Float winners I) Church of Jesus Christ of ;PIano' Douglass.... .
-- Latter Day Saints, above. $le cash. award; Z) Home Economist '1,
Be Here Today... I B-U Vo-Tech. 33; :3) Bradford Florist."$13. Mann ,
Shawn Alvarez has Santa's earJ below. The Douglas' has som* ri
The Civitan bloodmobile will be ,! Green Acres 4-11 Club hawked balloons. Bands r' ,j r,: Creative ,ld.as jfor,
in Starke today (Thursday, Dec. from BUS BMS LE a group of KH majorettes for this. holiday .
13J. groups from local towns, gaily decorated hones, 'easoh" 'J '
Schedule is: I 'I'i"f :and local volunteer fire departments.were In / :.
J 8:30-9:30: a.m. at the Department the parade. a :

of General Services on US-301 "" { S r ,,: .ijfG ri bearsbfd.r: : f'ti '
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County 10:30-11:30: Courthouse: a.m. on at the N. Temple Bradford I I .'...1......, : ,io ..< 0ttt'J he* ,""""V, ; I If

Ave. -;' ...: ,iP, .'...\. xy :f found to" ,b..over,30.000 yeair: ",
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12:30-5:30: : p.m. at the Chamber ..'!I : J :tbld.. *' V''A, i,
!fof Commerce Building at Walnut V' srbu.y
S1oIopl.taor sttidyirqT'
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"Next Pecan Streets.AuctionSet S S: __ __ ___ ___j M y >,'the ewe,!Iflfce* lake'In.*order,In the.to future helgy save: '',,.i.''' I''I

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The next pecan auction Is set for' ;f l -S r ____ j tNe! M Brief.., .. ,,:.. 1Jv :,; I

Dec. .20, due to the low volume of fa S The loteet'n.wi from.'tfc*,, ,y

nuts. : 'p t ilKIOt't.u. ,,, a!, ......""! ,,';\',' I
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says .U w.:. }t.'I; r At n., :; e4 :
. Is too buyers stop coming 'i if volume- ', 11 1 I 1'1 11 lITn r III -. 'j't.r I
Prices low.continue to'be -down. due to ', -,., ....,..' 3. r"- ,? >. '...'e1.;"'I"L",;,.,':*"Xi9"! JHH. *"**,*.*nor, "* ,.I,.' 7! "".:'(;"1.1'11'ii$"--;"""i '


Allen plentiful plentiful says.supply nuts The and auctions of especially off-quality have the nuUr had,", r Populaiitrof Video Tai. > ilMQvi! i Brin2g J riV&r"1 :TownEverything I. ) 'II I'


some very good quality nuts and In electronics tot ; } '' the' '
.some low quality they're net home is available here In: Starke. answer,with, basic machine costing! ';'- \:_erested' In mMeie. ? 'Maybe :;;a VUeb 'fa.w'eoM( Ut "!'rVo.n the. 'Win*:Dixie:rents but. of
real good nuts the demand is not from big screen TVS to satellite dish well over a' thousand. ''VdeHant. ..., ,; :'jtsj. d concert is Just Uw. ticket" .' .more eftUumstmi otKlete. in towrr;,. course, mainly seito t
there for them. antennas to the latest in video ) However; as'' With'af'thinp.IaC' -: A .. ,. : ," ; '" The Office Shop
taped
AI the Dec)20 auction. Allen will' movies. tronic, .the'.prices have '....... .leThat Vi...., Stairke VWeo.Aether ../ lbnmententer+ 1 1I

talk:to growers and buyers' to see if A In fact, you might say there's'avideo Today drastically a simple the last mauMite several ene.1laid'or Mara. -"I A MLove Thatt'Vldeeki on 'the' :/ 'newcomer is Stavhe Video gifts aa well aa '
more sales are justified "war" going on In You is 1 video at ra teMaad '
; tfwri. less than $ 50 with the t to eMlia a Madison St. across from thPan-.. II.,
can rent"Golden Oldle.\tIov.le' store which opened.... week Sawyer-Slade;; Anplianee ''aeUi-
for tine models a agonext S try! Pride stores Opened about six .
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Football .M cents during the week at going for ever '". door to the Ptaaa Hut VCR'a along with major .
Banquet..* ? one focalvideo'rental -The real Question to be raoafctared on North wfdka ago by' DeniM'and. John' appliance* '
lip 'store. Regular movie fay the Ave.'In Gene;Shaw's,new lAw,- their loperaUon.has;around .They ,aka' have ;the vtoeiMwa.
,Head Coach Galen Half Willfbe cassette rental prices from purchaser; how much will It Owner Jean and Joe Love' which areiiuttaa populac' 11
the featured range ,$3 beLIed?. If an occatatenal) 'Re titles on hand now and >;: ;; thetaije
wwrte'will
speaker at the annual to 18. depending onwhlch.8tore in City decided to tell 5,
... be Inert X store. have around lOG ; n
Bradford High football baniquet / town one visitor .- '7 shown at homo,,ft /iP i Starke about three month ''yearj#' Available by.the rental Vare; >WtnMer Electric lS noii..iii aantn ''
es' better
set tonight (Thursday, Dec. During the last year, the selection'' when needed but sense to rent am alter.. 13) at 7 p.m. In the'Stai'. a ArmwT ; ."of video acceaoriea-.. exploded on tape the lilt will. tiaI I for a new.........' toreeessdglg.LMViNI .' cording Warren WiIs taMtag :
on Edwards Hoed 'TV", 'f' we' local market but' none faster Monday alt' fww. .. .. awaiandMeatti J -- ;t
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Coach Hall' .named UM 8O' \" t !' videocassette'recorders I :.t ..ovleaUa.m.,want exsak, JUg. ;.h.vea'4' :..1......._ .',.
'coach of the after UT'a !=' ; ; UMM.. probably be.Whet'a .
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year : 8-0 *), ., the, tepea ferthem f
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record under him this season, waa.t, -' ek ; < availableevorythbtg S ,a a tot ;sass "JlbI1611IM
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teratpd the laviMioO prsea.1l,' eJaolee .Bejltttii tm snaya speaW .. as Bibke ..
commercial net- rental. You can tele.b ..... .. the l.elterattfwtlb )
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'' (from page IA) asked Smith why he didn't talk with

for on four occasions prior to the one Mrs. Hutson about her requests to
F In question. He said that in 1981, she hear her explanation. Smith said he
presented the first per diem voucher had Mrs. Hutson's written explanations
which was reduced because the written and didn't feel he needed to
agenda of the meeting showed talk with her about the matter.

she added time to her request that
v was not substantiated by the agenda Witnesses Called...
Reddish said he told Ted Witnesee 'Balled by the school In-
I Oglesby, director of the Bradford cluded: '
Union Vocational Technical School, David Smith, Elizabeth Kelley, .
about the error' and also spoke to 'Gwen Moxley, Bonnie Banks, Lisa
Mrs. Hutson explaining that her request Morgan, Rose Smith, Paula Tanner,
was in excess of the actual Mary Lee Wolf Tina Moyer Bar- .._- ------ I
time on the trip. bara Casey, Robert Banks, Millard
Reddish said during his tenure' Brown Martha Smith; Mike Red- At the Betty Hutson Hearing...

since 1980, he could recall about 12. dish, Alene Edwards and Jane Nor Board Attorney Terry Brown'''testifies In the Bradford School Board's Mrs.'HuUon's right from the Florida Education Association were present
occasions when mistakes had been 'man. case against Vo-Tech Center cosmetology Instructor Betty Unison. In Mrs liaison's defense.The X-Bay hearing took place Monday and
made on per diem vouchers and four Young called two witnesses in Mrs Hutson Is at right in photo. Three attorn In. two of whom are at Tuesday the !jelly hall In Starke. T
of those were from Mrs. Hutson. He Mrs. Hutson's behalf: Mary Jo
said no other persons who had made Hoover and Mary Lee Wolf.
mistakes had repeated errors on Mrs. Hoover had been an Instructor knowledge. The complaint, signed, "At long fast we did: get a hearing Chairwoman Patricia Spongier case else future infractions would
later vouchers. in a continuing education class by assistant state attorney David A. date," said attorney Brown of the'' 'aid after the Oct. 15 meeting that have the tacit approval of the school: .
Other witnesses testified that Mrs. for professional cosmetologists In Giant, states the charges are board's request for a hearing by the some action should be taken In the board. .

Hutson collected money from Starke. She testified that Mrs. Hut- brought by the Bradford County Department ofAdministration. The' '.
students for supplies such as hair son had been at the Tampa show School Board. board's option is to continue with the' r.!!un oaA'. lu - .
spray and shampoo and failed to while she was there. She said she Supt. Tom Casey said he didn't hearing; or reconsider'' the. settlement
give receipts or turn in the money to believed Mrs. Hutson's was a personof know the request was coming' up request which the board has Family Hair .Designer :
the school internal account. high integrity and called the Oct. 15, that he didn't have complete'' previously refused Brown stressed."I .
One student Identified a check for charges against her trivial. details of the' case ready' for .the **
school board,, and asked for time to Next to Pizza Hut 964-7303 ..
$24 which she gave Mrs. Hutson for a Mrs. Wolf testified that she didn't don't know when this board,
mannequin. That check, she said, see any drinking of alcohol while on refamilarize himself and school l authorized criminal "
should have been turned into the Vo- the van enroute to Tampa. She said board with the case.During discussion said board member'' proceedings Becker, HOLIDAY SPECIAL.
Judy ,
Tech because the hadbeen it was agreed to bring the mat
mannequin there was drinking by students In.the who said Oct 15 she'd voted for the
purchased by county funds perking !lot before departing. ter up at a special meeting. hearing befor the Department of Ad-
Mrs. Miller said Mrs. Hutson was .
Alcoholic Beverages... arrested Oct. 11. Mrs.< Hutson ,was ministration examiner. When Supt. .
Resignation Refused... told the misdemeanor criminal Casey looked up a vote.on the Hutson Perms $29'
Other 'students testified that A plea to dismiss all charges charge could result in as much.as a case in the minutes, Mrs. Becker .. tnruoec. . .
alcoholic beverages were consumedon against suspended vo-tech instructor in Mrs. Miller said. statement.
year jail pay gtshetdidkvothaof { JESSIE OR WENDYWHAT "
the school van enroute to the Betty Stevens Hutson in exchange "I don't think this is your nor ourpurpose ,. that par WITH ,
cosmetology show in Tampa which for her ticular motion and the wording could
resignation was Mrs. ,Miller,.told the school, r
began Feb. 11. made Oct. 15 to the Bradford School board. be construed to mean that criminal,
Students in the class were considered Board by teacher union President The school board faces a policy charges could also be filed. "eut
adults, l8 -old and
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years up. Julie Miller.. "lCb
decision, not' a legal decision attorney
Brown said is
drinking prohibited
in county vehicles is prohibited by Mrs. Miller told the board that Brown told school board Board member J.T. Parrish said :
Mrs.. Hutson would her
reconsider members. "The board do it his position .E1ebtO'ltS
school board rules.A can as. .was the same that he'
employee testified that stipulation of a settlement If the pleases," Brown said Oct. 15. was aware of the direction the case .
county
charges are dropped by the board. is taking. '
he saw Mrs. Hutson and other An Oct. 29 hearing date, awaited
Hearing Long Sought...
students on the night of'Feb. 13 In a for several 'months, before an examiner .. .1.
school parking lot in Starke. He
from the state Departmentof I "
testified that Mrs.Hutson told him to 11lB
Administration
say nothing of her being back in school board, but that was was given changedto the ; COULD BE WORSE
town:She turned in a'pay request for Dec. 10.School .


Feb Hutson Another; HV;allowed student an testified unauthorized. that Mrs.stu- been aware brought that board criminal against members charges Mrs.were Hutson had not I I< I .' :.'THAN A FLAT TIRE ON .i,

dent to drive the van and that the until it came out Oct. 15 Mrs. Miller
van was Involved in a very minor accident brought the ROAt
up long-standing case. A'I.ONELYDESERTED
while in a service station in :
Attorney Brown told the questioning 111 .t ::
Tampa.\ The accident was not board members that .

reported by Mrs. Hutson. file criminal charges authorizationto came from Hie Hartford. I "IN THE DEAD OFNIGHT.:: :,

V-'T Director Testifies... the superintendent's office, that the, loves' mature I, ..
superintendent has that authority. .
David Smith, vo-tech director, Board member J.R. (Jim) drivers. Weguararit : IN THE RAIN? '
testified that he became suspicious, Lawson said he didn't like criminal, \ ;
of Mrs. Hutson: return time when ,charges being filed under the school tieL .. i"" '" f
he was told by a parent of a student I board's name name without hit'' w .: t"'j... )

on the trip that the group returned to If you're a drlveragd, d I i.t\: :
Starke on the 13th. : -
Smith said he received Mrs. Hut 4 50 or older..The Harts\\\.t BUSY' 'S G'N'AL\ ,: ;): ; ; i :',.. "ife'
son' per diem voucher on Feb. 1? .+ ford can guararit\beJ 3 ."':l' r- I "I, I) ,D /: ..n oj
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which stated that she the ; ytfUrautplhfiMcjie l t i'i-c ? "' -.I .rt'f' n-n Ob-,
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was on trip> ;
from/ Feb. 11 through Feb. 14 at 11 Scrapbook won't be caTTcelecrjuJbecause I l\t; ; ; ;, ," ".

p.m.Smith; said that he began speakingwith To Treasure you have ao i I"';R I I\ ,, ,. .' ts. T.lli"CJ1L" 'r: ING. T' .... 'I. .'. '",;" .,, ....

,students about the trip on the more.ur '
17th or 18th. Special moments be canceled because' I What do you do when ; : .: \ ,;;

Smith testified that he received a mean more as timepasses.preserve of your i! yauremergency phone :; ,'., .'
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request for sick leave from Mrs. age any J call has Just collided ':" J
claims file. Plus, "
Hulson on March 17 stating that she you -
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service and Shady Oaks obtain th 'deslred'ttsutU.' with only, two vehicle flret '...,. ,,,'1."". ', "',",,',',, .'.' i t'','

Subdivision roads headed the agendaat An on.site i Inspection' by The An updated version(; of the city' ,

the Brooker City Council meeting Telegraph reporter revealed a normal radar gun has been received by Marshal .,. "..' .
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Tuesday, night,'Dec. it. I i dirt road ,wit i the usual' amountof Tommy RaUlerso, at no cost to ., .. ,' ,
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.Responding to a request from the! Election Tini) <: 'Is,Coming.. about $4,000( will be returned to the 'I' +: .' ."
Exotibox !ICot.t'Igarbuf4t 1085Urf\ I the.. scheduled day town from the fine forfeiture fund < "' "
Company to not be charged Feb. 19, ,.
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pick-up, the council for electioNS'in Cooker whei!; three ,for the last fiscal )'eat\I.1.\ : ; a, y a j,4 '
with the mayor's.clerk's'an Vicky Weaver, from" the Juvenile '
nee other businesses la council seats along ,:
town paid the charge,and no except t marshal's jobs are up for Alternative Service .ProgramJASP "
( ) In Palatka gave a.presenta
ton would'be made. grabs. I I j'
tion to the council due tpiN" o Juveniles .,
Exotiboxt .a small woodcraft. Qualifying will\begin Dec, 31 and .'
establishment. located in., the 'old run through Jan. |l during regular office being required to perform 43 hours of ,, .'
Brooker Cafe building near the hours at the tity hall. It will be community sefvicefor;.th0.town. The cc' -, ,',:'

firehouse, handles its own' trash, open during Itsn: rmal days of Monday .Juveniles had been required' ; to do the \ :I''
work as part of their program after ,
disposal.'you're. and Friday to handle any re-" ; ",
having been .involved vandalizing
going to have to treat quests.With. .
the Brooker school.Miscellaneous /
everyone alike..if! you're going to a 39 percent turn-out,Brooker

charge .one,: business for It, then voters defeated an ammendment tol) ... l
you've got to charge them all," said ,, the city) charter..sponsored' by the city ;
city attorney Roger Blinn. Council to do away with the elected The never ending battle with street

If ypu1 sell water to a house or,, mayor's position in a Tuesday, Dec. 4, lights saw Joe Toilcsori report there
business then garbage will be plcked- election were two'out in the city, but were
up." If its to water cows or horses, Out'W the 119. registered voters In marked with ribbons for repair.
then **" 'r? 'just selling water," said I. Brooker 47 came tt tjo the polls to speak The drainage ditch'south of towel Is
councilman C; J. Stalnaker to answera ,. their mind through the ballot. 35 said' still on the list to be cleaned out' by the
question about charging people who to keep the, traditional elected mayor DOT according to Tolleson' ,,who did
have water for agricultural purposes.The .while 12 agreed with the amendmentto .not seem "eavl: ooeC IOf. O.ccess. ,

council directed, Clerk Linda delete the job, I All agreed that since' Clerk Linda
Robinson to send a letter to,the company Following the resignation{ of BlakeHamilton Robinson had run out pf room In the'town's ,
outlining! the citycouncil's1' earlier this year in order tol fire-proof'filing cablner that
stand. run for county commissioner the> they! would authorize the expenditure
has been! vacant. Rather
fiPot position $25 to get the one on order: delivered.
Holes or; Sink, ,jioles.I than fill the job by an appointment or Robinson indicated (Central. .Office,

Following .the. \wet..,weather :thid special election the council decidedto Supply in Gainesville Would I<<, drop it off
month, ,ex-mayor Blake Hamiltonwas put the question to She people consicerning for free if they!,were making a run In,I

at the council meeting to ask for whether to retain the traditional the area,, but did not know _when this .
help in Shady Oaks Subdivision fixed. from among the council members.In ;

The city Inventory is'comingalong:' ,, \.... -
order for'the ejection to come off
Citing bad (drainage and rough conditions with the fire department completing 1 tp1 + r ,. ,
Hamilton said "We've got 13 scheduled, the council adopted an : t' qt rt'" '
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ordinance clarifying the .'
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enough that,we money can get that the road fixed." (i 'city's, current election .ordinance. marshal' being requested to completehiS. I.rrtstatesrtI : ..' ., '. :. ,'+, ',.'" '.:.-. :..':!.'H"....:" .'".d.., .'
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:f The streets in 'the subdivision Blinn, unanimous>?provaJ'was givento : Craft'Show .'..','. ,., ''"' ','." .".;:,.; 'I. "f::.' : ) '

belong to the town," said Sue Davis, the change which specified the city The.Art's'and: turned'ov t :$Ji""' ; > ,J$: ;. fi i[r'r"Fw'c' :A1t t tI
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but "We don't have the to it 'hall'would be its normal days ,,$210,in profits to the VFD. ar--- c-! 1. ; ;: .'''{'f..; ...1/( it. :;
money get from: openi*,' '., k. 'j.tf ip 'I.'t '_ ':/ "" \ :. ,,,,, ......;k ::'!.'(' ;
paved respond: Gene Melvin. 9 to 5.T'ablSGSafety \\i
t. ':1 A water sample taken .at the well'

"I! .was'-with Lawrence.. .(Mosley) which was not within standards forced Gaily :Decorated Horse,. i"

several .years ,ago," Indicated ; ,.*, a resamplingwhich, came back!; "Mrs.' Jean Clark of, Hampton'Lake'.,Mw down' Call lag Club provided entertainment and was admired a.

'Stalnaker of an earlier inspection and Volunteer Fire Chief 'Tony .norma. Robinson".reported.' to,, the. ., Street on her gaily decorated horse. The Bradford RopI -. Its large, entry brought'up the rear of the ,,ISM I

request for assistance,.which did not jStajnaker, reported, !aquiet,:'month council.. .; ','!' ,." Christmas parade ,
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Citing' general concern for the '''was proceeding along.. The. Council': '.k Moodlight ;Magic: ::,2,: ; : Project
welfare oC the entire area community .had, discussed negotiating agree- '
as well as'speclfic"educatlonall, ment for Increased fees !from+ :thecompany' .' A;can<% owsj ofUy,behind imir transjucent t The purpose of this police of Public Hearing! and Statement of Proposed '

benefits to '' but Flynn reported thatasa '' .panels, bringing: rich,.,,vibrant.colors beautifully fo ; Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).Project 'is to: .
the Council Voted OCI-lamgonf: matter Florida Power -
City practical ; ; I '. "' ,
11,: to endorse' the : was, operating from the strong posh ,) ; ,[nee and +casting a; holiday spefl. HaDmark" I
munity College' Endowment Cor-. tlon. The members agreed-to table :MopdHghti.'Wtth''' wood base; '$12.50. 1)) Notify citizens. 't ttof the City of Star e City Commiuionwill" : hold'the I

poration's effort to establish 'a' full the item until receipt of. the package) 'T'1 : second, two public hearings to address.the CIty's participation '
time campus; called an SFCC Starke from FPL. ,< .
Center In the 'old 1902 Bradford J In the Fiscal Year' 1984 Florida Small: Cities CDBG Program,

Courthouse. Set the route ,for' the annual I'' and to J .

The Council' also ..agreed to have t ,Christmas Parade! to be held Dec 15. ,.... 2)) Publish a statemepf of the proposed CDBG project application so
City Attorney' Reggie Flynn 'checkth The Parade will begin at the neW Ci"'i.oj j .
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legality of a monetary donationto ty Park and will-end ;in' the'sal1e+ I :]
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.d bUftn tit f.nrr rom City'' ,b.neLP..QI1II.aDd.Betty..WUIP"II'mfIart'1 .Ndtice"er" b .lll1, ttK1 "' ._ .... "
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ttorney Flynn stated his personal .t
encouragement of the endorsement! Flynn, i"eturnirf" written re- \11 J :The City plans foTpppfy 1 .$575,000 In CDBG funds ,o financproposed Its

and will. seek the Information.that 'quest for a street c'osing' tabled until j Fiscal Year-1984 Coed project. ,

the members requested. h the appearance: pf. the interested '2)) For each activity toot Is' proposed, at, I least 51 % of the funds '
advised the thai title I
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parties group
Bake Safe,,, aipar... '. to the street would be the first step to benefit I lovsfc ana moderateincome, persons. The activities,

The Hampton. Woman's Club willhold .resolve in any questions dealing with. 'dollar' amount 'and: estimated percentage benefit to low- and

a Bazaar and Bake Sale Dec.22,, the' matter.. < "< '' moderate- income., persons for which the City is applying ore ,
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I' Endowment. with any City monies Authorized< placement of $5,000from ((01060 HdlnwrN.! Cvd%In*' 1r
city clerk Lola Williamson announced the Hampton! Water''Depart "; i percentoge Benefit to

/. ment'in an interest-Waring<
upon advice\ ,( the Qity ,.ud tor. : ; I; ( .I i
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In.other. business,, the Council: 4 '1'- i @It'! ,. '
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-Heard a- ,.repo..t! from Marshal i. l ( : W..v : '" Housing Rehabilimtkn's.. $377,400 ((100%) ,.

Heard Attorney' Flynn advise John Hodges'that 1"{ .{incidents' had '? Of Home EnteflalMlef1t r.. : .. : Relocation Assistance ..',' $120,100* ((100.) rh r

that the Utility Franchise Agreement occurred in Nov:* [Including'one theft :) r ere4tortaq.t, ...,... Cone '\ tft.I".1.: ( Clearance I"' '. ', 't,"'' '' '" r ;'. '''''$'3/,500:" ":' i ,J
with Florida and arid 3 arrests. l f ,; .". r ..... .1 1"t ,,"i: :':';';": ;/."' 1 ((100 )
Power Light I .. / o.
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Yo. ",f "1'' uR'{ ..i., '', I I ,.l' "'$# )''II/.II'; w I. I'V 7. Administration,, .', $ 40,000 ((1 CO/) ) }J? '

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L:, f"I',: '" DearChristmas\, 'jSfiopper' .. ''I'', i. t I -. ;6).Air) Interested persons needing. additional information or 4vi itii} ;ig'I'
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Page 4A TELEGRAPH December 13, 1984 '1




II. 1885 Florida Directory Predicted' Bright Future for Orange, ,. Growers: ; 1



nI At the time Wanton S. Webb published) Webb Rave Bradford County a high ,f

his /ndmirlal, Historical, and rating for healthful living conditions, say-
Biographical Florida" In 1885, Bradford ing: 'The Varied resource of Bradford
I, County was comprised of 550 square miles County offer many pleasant,and lucrative
since It then Included also the area that is Inducements to the immigrant., The
now Union County. The population ln.1800 climate is free of gnats, mosquitoes, sand-
was 6,167, which Included those living in a ,u files, and malaria, and Is delightful the
the entire area, both east and west of New year round; .

i k. River. Bradford County was divided by He found "The most fertile lands' lying
legislative act In 1921 to create1,1nlon. along the Santa Fe River,West of Fort Call

Y.' Webb noted that "timber and naval and,Lake Butler, extending to and beyond
; stores are largely exported", there being Providence along Olustee Creek. Many
about 300,000 acres of land heavily (Editor's note: Unfortunately) severe large and fertile farms yield 'plentiful
timbered with yellow pine and cypress. freezes in 1894-5 and again In 1899 killed the harvests to a prosperous people
"At Highland there are extensive millworks ''orange groves In this area, and the citrus throughout this beautiful and attractive
J JY X.V X. best quality yellow of the hummock lands In
4 manufacturing Industry moved farther south. Almost' a portion. Most the
,1
fI pine from lands of Bradford, ;about the hundred years later, the Christmas freezeof county are found here, ,
_ "
V head-waters of New River, 1983 again ravaged the citrus| trees in

: Webb's book was published ten years central Florida and may result !In the In- "There are many lovely lake in the
w before''' the Big Freeze of 1894-95, when dustry moving even farther soutlj,) county;' affording excellent fishing,
orange groves still dotted the landscape of grounds for delicious trout, bream, and all
Bradford County. On the subject of. .In his notes on the county's topography, varieties of fish foundin, Florida Island
oranges, he wrote: Webb wrote: "Worthlngton Sulphur Spr waters. The most important are South Pro-
In western portion of the county,
ings Pond in the northwest area 200 acres
"The agricultural interests are great, forms a clear, deep basin 40 rte,,15 feet Swift ng Creek Pond in the north,, 700 acres:
::
but orange culture is fast assuming such Here as elsewhere in the county, are Lake Butler in central portion; 7 acres
proportions that it'promisesin the near ''remarkable "sink holes". One,a few miles
(this obviously ) ,
figure an error ;. Samp-1
future, to become a staple product, andBradford' southwest of Sampson Lake, in(the open Lake
son three miles west of Starke, ?zmk;;
soil and climate produce trees .pine woods, forms a fearful, precipitous Lake and Rowell
.. acres Crosby Lake, both
An Awesome Sight. ;
that vigorous, and as prolific earth. It is )yards In
are as cavity deep into the 10j '
described "a fearful, near Sampson 800 acres each. The last'four
as per- ,
Bradford spectacular sink hole was fruit In -
County's bearers of choice as are any portions diameter at surface, and is a Wonderful
cipitous cavity" by Wanton S. Webb in his directory of Florida, published 100 ,of East< or semi-lroplcal Florida. phenomenon of nature." ; separating form a the cluster contiguous'with'shores swamp, ,whichare lands

years ago. "Every cottage and cabin in a large area inundated during wet' seasons The ,
of the county Is, or soon will be, embowered -' (Note: The sink hole referred ko is just lands around are well-timbered with"'

( In the rich foliage of the orange. off Highway '18 between Graham and yellow pine, Sampson and Rowell are con-,
... : : .Owing to the humid soil, the orange rarely Brooker on land now owned or leased by nected by a creek, and a canal for Floating
-c EDITORIALS, -..1._' ,'suffers here from drought. one of the large timber companies. It is logs could be easily opened from Crosby to

;,::, "The; severe cold of 1880-81 stripped the known to,geologists as Brooks Sink.) Rowell. Timber could thus be floated froma
',,,' leaves and froze what fruit there was on very large area to a point within 211
the trees, but did no material damage. In In describing other topographical miles of the railroad. Some of the finest
Lawtey district are trees 20 inches in features, Webb noted: "In the Fort Call orange groves in the county are around the
Lead Role
Sen. Chiles Takes ; diameter, bearing 4,000 to 6,500 each. In and Providence country there Is in abun- shores of these three lakes.
.. <' ,ho' Starke vicinity some bear 6,000.The famed dance a lime and sand formation admirably

; : Fort Harley Tree, a few miles southwest of adapted to building' purposes. Webb ends his flattering account of
In Effort to Cut Deficit ", ,, -, Starke has been known to bear 10,000 in a Taken out of the earth moist, it' Is easily Bradford County with the prediction that I i

f'" season. ,In Lake Butler neighborhood is a sawed into blocks, any size arid shape "In the great future of Florida Bradford .'
tree Inches in diameter bearing 7,000 desired, with a common crosscut saw. It will stand prominent ,.among her sister
President Reagan won the votes of an In his latest "Update" news letter oranges Near Providence are some bearing is porous, very light of weight when' dry* counties, showering prosperity and happiness !

overwhelming number of Americans in Senator Chiles says: as much Bs 8,000. The orange businessis and much hardens and than whitens brick"with 'age. It is among,her sons and daughters,,"
cheaper '
yet In its infancy. ,: t
November as the result of a campaign have been
"Some people suggesting
i'\\
based on images and promises of good that our massive deficit is not impor- v

times, no tax increases ("over my dead Letters ; 'il
body"), and a $200 billion federal deficit tant. Others say the deficit is importantbut to the Editor', '
not as important as cutting taxes, or,:,. '
that would magically disappear as the not as important as protecting domestic How'Mich( Is ? ',
ourLife'Worth 11
result of future growth in the economy.All spending, or increasing defense spen- Property Appraiser |
this,. while leaving social security Says ReassessmentItem 1 (!
untouched and defense spending in- ding. Was Misleading How much does'it cost? Wha(t.. the bot' The Starke Fire Department has made' 'j 3

creased.It "While those attitudes' have prevailed tom line? Do we'really need them? 'Are several changes and have tried moder-i '

the deficit has skyrocketed. Four This letter is to clarify what I feel may they worth it? i nlze as much as possible (through limited I.
may have sounded umoughty"goodand : be funds), but ,the biggest changes have been ;
some of us were alarmed'that a misunderstanding concerningyourarticle These questions and more'i rise when
certainly paid off handsomely at years ago, billion in last week's Telegraph stating you start talking about' salar Increasesfor in the employees, themselves.: They are
the polls on November 6, But now Mr.Reagan's we were spending $58 more that one parcel of property used as a pro- public servants, particularly.'Frvmen.' ( striving to become better qualified tll< han
chickens coming home to than'we were taking in. Look where we' perty bond was reappraised by,my office Let question( the dle any emergency more professionally '
are with
start.off to
are now! For 1984 we were $175 billion prior to being put up for bond. me a The mandatory 240 hours at the.Slate Fire,
roost. Even his fellow Republicans on public, ;, of .Starke and Bradford County College jis the basic course.Several-have,
short and we're looking at $300 billion '
Normally.a person reading a How much is life worth HoW
Capitol Hill, his budget rector,, and newspaper your many gone on to become licensed Emergency
several years from, now story will lake for granted that facts times are your lives in danger? These
other advisors in his administrationhave Medical Technicians }(EMT'a). ;and
presented in the article are related to each must be answered everyday in
launched intensive to "Unless we make reducing the deficit questions Paramedics, and ,even Hazardous, <
an campaign other. This;is a reasonable assumption, the lives of Firemen and law enforcement -
convince the President that painful our TOP priority, the flood of red ink since it makes little sense to include officers. A chemist will tell you about 70 Material Handling Specialists.So .

sacrifices<<:; must be made on all fronts* will smother economic growth and'will unrelated items in a single story.'That'is cents, the clergy may tell you'ynu! can't where do these highly qualified and. -
including defense, lead us to a time when it may not be a why it concerns me that you included information take it with you', but how much I is (It t worth? motivated people work now?.I'll tell you:;
matU-r1' of choosing between defense abput the reassessment in your This I Is still the main question. flI if i< everywhere'' except at the Slarke Fire-
The leadership of both parties agree arlirlt l ,'abo t he property bond. Some Department, 1s this fair? Why should''
..:, st would that life Is worth whole
>spending,, .dpmesticu, )spendingv-ef- < readers Svtn ; say my a Gainesville and
that the: Reagan -administration new -I>. $ume that since the two other cities in :North:
cuts.. ) etttherjkrtftl.. t **'T.' "-InchWAi jtflhe same article,they are lot more than the.;:,,>>tartin !isaliry. of a\ .f:1f'1dl: ,ttCeb'l" alt 1.11.,t}<<)s'l fj.t"i htd!.'" I" i t.nllJ.nu
faces thejough;; job of sellingCongress, strongly 1W1 m4n'aft/ilMr, Slarke Fireman Shci ltfvrKjlT41 : ",
not' "
&bout'tlitsI''k'dstrong This.Is.simply IJJJdf&IItIOVJl
Jed
&TO : IU.JfM!
':
Governors, and Mayors on a budget "How -" Iru' "\ .itr-17""T pAfrt>trhan.: The AWpV'y'cVs'fJ !*Vify1'1 give incentives for professional develop
reduction plan that would chop spen- that I intend to do whatever is 1 and the County'arc rarely recognized for' ment.
Trie'rpasscsijmeiit: was due, as my office the jobs they perform 24 hour a day :365
to force l actiori.
ding for some domestic programs to the necessary; congressional first .explained to additions and improvements days a year. Let's stop this great Injustice tl1,

bone, and totally eliminate others. This 'Deep concern and frustration caus- Iolhe, houses on that property Pats back i' ourselves. Cull your local City "or County
the
proposal would wash out the Small ed me to bring the Senate to a dead halt But by mingling,these two stories together, yous are on fine for the, 'At-A-Boy's.ego but it doesn't and thank put commissioners and ask them' Why they ,
Business Administration, the Legal Ser- especially since the person involved was arc voted to give themselves a. pay raise and,
foodon and
in August. Never before had I been ativeof mine, it seemed that the the table necessities for the I
about the 1\t'Cds'uf the
sugges- forgot public !ser
vices Corporation, and the Job Corps,. driven to ,mount a filibuster, but the 'Itilln I was that the reassessment was InSlime families. I'm not asking that these! public ( vants. Since most of the elected officials in-, I

among others. Federal civilian workers legislative year was coming to an end, way caused but ''
would face a five percent pay cut, and and political considerations had posting (flf the bond. One had nothing to do 'If that they receive fair and just(wages. businesses, why don't they return theirsalaries ) '- j
farm and with the<< other.( you don't agree with.me or if you think it
child-nutrition need
to the who
price supports people really
sidetracked approval of a 1985 budget as that they are overpaid and underworked, ,
programs would be further reduced.Florida's I believe a question was in the ifitc'' most the full time public servants of the''
required by law. We were starring: to planted some now, next time you need of these
bills I'eadersminds\, Intentionally or not, about same overpaid public servants, don't'bother. city and county especially, t the Firemen. 1
senior Senator Lawton pass spending one by one without
whether.or not I had dime wrong and used Ilex Michael Slcmor .
Chiles, who is also ranking Democrat on any limit. this office for a personal reason, that being '11 r "

the Senate Budget Committee, is taking "You may wonder why I'm so con--' .tll profit one of,my relatives. Quoting a person ..' <<. I_ _. __ > .1 t
a leading role in efforts to put reductionof in my office; who correctly explainedthat !II 1
cerned when there is so much good: -

the Federal deficit at the top of the economic news out there. Inflation is routine the matter reassessment,was hardly was enough a normal to over-and "' Get-. .Involved" .,.:. ,' Er, ,.ryan? (:all Help in Some Way 1
..
list for
priority action by the 99th Con- down. While .the unemployment rate of come the suggestion that an elected county J

gress, starting in January.Now about 7.5 percent is too high, it is down official relatives was playing. favorites with his : ';' r..( 'l' ;',Aasurt Santa fV (:rt.tt'rUriti'e'\ ;

in ,his fourteenth year of service' from the peak of 10.5 percent two years : t I

in the Senate, Chiles is taking an up-, ago in the midst of deep recession. I want'to involved state publicly: that the reassessment Editor, Telegraph : "' something'' .(,Uf klH,. cake',, I
no favoritism to "
,
front position on many issues and is suc- Those people with jobs have more and that'playing favorites is not anyone of candy, ('t' '
ceeding in making his voice' heard. To money to spend, and the business doing business. : my way I have read with great''.,.- ,

the surprise of his senior colleagues, he recovery has been good,, though now !, "Sincerely IereslyourarticlesabuulSanta' *- .(If you feel" this beyond: )'UlT". '

: recently took the floor and, in a one-man starting to level off. So wfiy worry? i- Jimmy Alvarez FeCollege'cenlerproject./ ( All of hen I donate(( aAnyone c'rrIJlcah'.jor aservice. ;

filibuster stalled action on appropriations "Because the interest payment Bradford County Property AppraiserFORESTRY 'the community' leaders, have, !' can mow a

bills until the Senate and House already $134 billion is the fastest 'really done a wonderful{ job luc ''im'n.'ash a car ,cU>an"g;: I

leadership agreed to a plan to work out ing part of the federal budget '.Interest, grow gel his. under way "I j house, etc. There' 'Is 'truly an pp., i'
port unity "cftfcenregarde '
fur
each
I
differences on defense spending and 1 ('
on the national debt is already one and a Now It-'is 'time for I/If/ average / .'
clear the way for budget approval. "If half times what.we pay for Medicare It. citizen' 'to frI.'Uri\'tJh''cfl1 can be. of age or'financialposition '

i the this same kind of inflexibility we had is rapidly approaching half the bill ,for IN BRADFORp COUNTY. {done simply' by, ,ge (ling :.the ,In which: in he, aid'or'Ihd'she community liv.en'.r-Tlur: '
continues from '
be-
Us
year keeping ; ; ;
national defense. This payout doesn't By David Wi Norton detail for.lhe-.planni'i: mun y'.
thin
ing able; to deficit new budget that' buy us anything we Want.: just trouble. raising sale' upcoming Th'erels/" success' of program hftx'tin'told ,
:;
faces up to our problems, I will It is money down the drain. "Jo.W ." not' 'one personInlhis I i i o'mmuify farreachlng-benefir\dnd! ,1, ;
be 'compelled to do it he witiprovide gfacililvct! '''alhlbl '
: again
'
Ieadline .that, cannita' t ,
declares. "With the hugedeficits and with interest Sign-Up < port. 'tut's'cryeilizenso'from'jilihe'I/ v,
; :
rates still attractive on U.S. For'Tree PlantingAsslstanceDec Everyone 'has tfojmejhing a Iw'//"lping' / sfdndpunt', (

.Chiles also surprised his colleagu'es Treasury securities, foreign investors ;around .the I. house I tojidonate.!( ,If everyone'needv' "(o sl'ppurf.f.rn"1' ; ,) 1;

by making a bid for Senate majority have been pouring mammoth sums into Reforestation: soared to a 24-year record ? 'ynttfeel.-3. >rni; ,do -not.! ,il1 hen babe some. fashion/ :
leader in opposition to Sen. Robert Byrdof our country. This has made for a strong, high in Florida last winter, landowners : ,: i ("If you think'eduralion! f ;; J,, :

Virginia. Although some, observers dollar and helped produce massive US. planted 170 million! trtinto! ,commercial, ,Isexpensive-.try. ignorance., :". .
fear he have waited trade deficits. We production. i*|:! '' >'i; "'r, .
may too late to start are buying more from I I'Iln"4'r..lv\nililtillk', ,'" '? "', '
his effort, the election';, seifor,Wednesday overseas! and paying the ,bill 'with, Florida 'hu's+tlone >stood among"' the 1 .". '. ,'ti11'i'raaWAStark.,1'1"ril: : ; r i i
.leading states in the nation for reforestation. ; : ,'
Dec. 12, was expected to be close. American jobs. ; t J. / 'a' '1
'..allIeulIlIl' reforestation topped all : .J j q'p i
In his ''It has to stop; I'm not going to: past marks. II was exceeded by.only three\ / v w r Y'-''"! ", ' \ ; ', '
second pre
term, Chiles emerged as .Christmas ftl ? 'I
prior years. AH of Ihese occurred lathe ;
Party ;
.
lend thereareready:
'
a leading force among Senate Even without or easy answers. late l 1950's andresuited, from a period of In-, Planned by, KLPM.t, It f I : moa t) Distribution t :
Democrats politics,it would be-more_ .tense the national Swill\( ; :1
organizing>> the fight against reforestation during / ; "
President Reagan's MX missile than dlffleuli. 'But: we must get started' Bank Program t the federal government' /HClylCCfiiiw-::: ; !, ?; -' ." ,11ontay'. .. 1)ec.11'.-, ,I. j
v ,
pro-
and and ll will, require a hard ,appraisal of When reforestation! IK> longer qualified for' KingsleyLake Owners >
If gram need for both constantly preaching the, each'and every part of> the budget' and Soil Bank payments the planting slipped ,:lion members Pror'rlY' [jihfir ',i'heesebvucrnndmilkwillbeim; ; ; | j i ::1'1
tax hikes and
budget cuts '
back to a IIl1rm3114.'vel. '.Christmas Party at the Civic* -iif the December1 !
:
the surplus'y
do i
gumption to what has In be done.It '
to help reduce. 'the deficit. However, records; 'may indicate that day. Dec. 1$. Festivities ) distribution lill-! $) rad- t '
will be No. | / '' ,
my
priority for whatever' 'social hour at' 8 -
b
p.m. followed County. > ,
.
jj
He has been an up-front critic of) un- lime It lakes.' landowners ba tC' been: increasioj' their, 'and a gift exchange. -, i i
controlled contributions plantings in recent<< )'e'IfII'allhe out look for '- biltt"'ibuUlln'Um u6d'piacrs '
by special interests ,.try' Members asked tt, brirfg'n : are i'
and pulpwood and'ttimher market*"grows_ Increasingly .: ..
PAC Action
mittee) to Congressional candidates:: He straight from senator' brighter or ,child, Santa will be present ''in Lawie', -realMHV <'entt'r.lI: d- .I', f
Chiles,and Florida is fortunate to. havean With a few small l annual declines recorded dlt'burg nod-'Monda. '
strict limits
: +
-
places contributions y Dect7IQ!
on to
his experienced Senator who is willing Uf' the planting activity:; Increased ftnm'lo.a h.3.JU:: pm::
campaign fund saying the huge PAC tell, it like it is,.while some other sources) million trees In't97h. to 163 million- f: t''I IfaTIpte\ City' Uaif .. Monday; ''
'
expenditures represent "a threat to the : have misled ,the ., 1982 It then dropped by'one million trees PrulCIIldllllal I foresters ; 17,10 a.m tr13:30: p'n\? \, .
integrity,and, purity, of the election pnt*, American people with' lot 1M million;,in. 1983 and Continued the money spent to plant trees)(lAi( ( Slarke Old JUt IId\C1I11 bulldillic' .
cess ea"r,'-pleasing,doubletajk! : V, \ .) ,;' general climb 'again, last winter with a van give the landowner a.return !. ;.! 2 ay. Dec 18>"* disabled' und" I
,r. u ".'tv. "' "I ',' \. "', :i;: total nf no mi lf ion trees! 'reported planted.! percent a )'t'ar.tr' higher. 60; totIm; 4 p.m. .' .. '* '*1 z2 '

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Dennison, daughter large ,.arrangement multicolored. The couple 'la residing. ;::
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N.Y.and lush uses.bride, wore a street len thmOlha' The bride Is a 1980 graduate:of I''
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united In marriage and cuffs. She wore a hand,,carved Alfred University;Alfred, N.Y.:with "
tt 6, at 1 p.m. In the mother-of-pearl pin made In bachelor degree In' business. aoV' "I,
Church Starke Bethlehem, Israel, and, carried a ministration. ;
Kadel Interim nosegay of pa.telroles and lace.A The' groom is a isao graduate of .
the nuptials. reception was held at the home Greenwood Central School: Green-, .'
Green, organist, of Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar, 208 wood, N.Y.: isea graduate of AlfredAgricultural '
program( of nuptial Bradford Villa Drive. 6 Technical College In \:
An arrangement of roses and a Alfred N.Y. with Associate degreeIn
the altar was a,, three-branch silver candelabra with Agricultural; Business. He also attended ;
wreath: and a white, tapers 'graced the serving Alfred University" with. m major -, i
table. The bride and groom cut: the Physics.!
cake using a silver cake knife a They both are employed In ,
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Auxiliary in the presence,of ,
.... I families. 'A big four-day Garage Safe and Auction is planned'for February
is the daughter of, 7.8,9 and 10 at the 1902 Bradford County Courthouse on Call Street for
'feradfard Hospital' Auxiliary' white polyester and silk embroidered ; and Sheriff Red- benefit of the Starke Center, of the' Santa Fe Community' 1 College. Endowment !:
hosted Its Christmas Tea last cloth with a red runner '' of Mrs. P.D. Reddish Corporation. 1
Friday in the hospital library for the.' and centered with a Oriental red and, Mr. Reddish All Bradford Countlans are asked to search their attics, ele n'but
hospital staff,doctors and wive bet- white Christmas arrangement.. The was also held at closets, garages, and store rooms and donate all saleable surplus to ,
ween the hours of 10 a.m. and a p.m. punch table was in the hall in front of home for those atten- the Santa Fe project. Proceeds from the sale and auction will go Into a r
The decorations carried out the the library''and was covered with a.' .. .,' fund for adapting ,the interior of the' old courthouse for use as '
Christmas theme with polnsettlas lace cloth over red linen. The crystal: i is residing at the classrooms, labs, and offices for the center. I
and greenery throughout the area.. punch bowl was encircled with a' on Morgan Road. I
TJ.1e.tea table was covered with: ,a pine garland interspersed with white All Items Urge or small, including furniture, farm Implement l ,'appliances .
home canned or preserved items. bookSi,jewelry pictures,
and anything else useable will be welcome. Articles may be brought to :
the old courthouse each Saturday during December from 10 a.m. to 2
I Starke Group Returns. From 1 : p.m. If pickup service Is needed<<:964-5278.. Intake' days. for January. j
and February will be announced later. : I

The Travelink Tour Group hosted ball from'o'Brien. Bryant and Rev. Anyone wishing to volunteer to assist with the. sale. may,. call. .664-5213.' r 'I I!
by Rev:Ben Bryant of the First Bap- The first week of the'''tour1' was ,, 'i",
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the Madison St. Baptist Church *- Tiberias and Jerusalem. During the' were the viewing of i
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returned'Monday ''Dee 10 from: a seven days the tour group rode a popular Mohammed
trip to the Holy Land. Egypt and tour bus all over the different partsof and the enormous and' PUBLIC NOTICE
Greece on Nov 26-Dec. 9. old and new Biblical ,Jerusalem. : of the Citadel,with i .
Those attending from Starke were, Some of the most beautiful and spec- P light bulbs of all sizes '
Rev.'and' Mrs.Ben Bryant Rev.and tacular the Mount of ., The group took, a
Mrs. Robert Giills Mrs. Resale Cols Olives thud Sea;the drive along ,/' ride on the Nile Please take notice ,that the Town .of Breaker, ,
son, Mrs. Ted Oglesby and Mr. and the Jordan River and a boat ride on viewed the Seven.. .An- '
Mrs. A.Li. Crosby, ,Jr. and ,Mrs. the Sea of ,Galilee. The many of the World the Brooker, Florida, will hold? elections :Tuesday, : !

Margaret Singletary from Raiford ,beautiful churches* synagogues, : they rode the- February 19 1985 1 for .office of Mayor Clerk "
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To Lynch M ,.f D.c.'' 14, Ladles' Auxiliary Plan.ChrlstmasParty' ,. d'j'; and, visiting'Market the Temple Place, January 4, 1985. Qualifying will be from '9:00: ::1'

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will. be held. Friday. Dec, 21. at ,7 SU.Cbwtoy, Florida
Dr. William Kadel has'charge oft, 'p.m '.' .W. .I.....?...- Linda Robinson .. ."
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Two Local Men P Participate in the 'Me siah", I \ \ : ;dj"M ? : ; > ;

.i Friends of Mrs. O. L. Haiynes, Jr. Mr. a Herbert Thomas

: Two local men, Bill McRae and Timpani drums. He .is the Middle Mrs, Bonnie Durban and family will regret to hear her mother, Mrs. spent Sunday In Palatka. visiting her
School Band Director and .is a Mrs. Ga\, died brother. Bill Halle and, Mrs. Halle.
JIm Peronto, took part in Handel's L.A. Canova, Mm. Carol David} Scott of Decatur '
"Messiah" which was presented member of the Methodist Chancel Stevenson and family, Mrs Eddie Tuesday following a brief urness.funeral I 'Mrs. Francis ''
I Sunday night in the am hi theatre in Choir. McRae muula director for Douglas and son' Ed, Mrs. Steve arrangements were not Mrs. W.H. Thomson,
: the Oaks Mall, Gainesville, put on by the First United Methodist Church Futch: Denny George Mr. and Mrs. known at press time, Merlie, Mrs. J., Ellis Byrd. .Mrs.:.'I
the Gainesville Civic Chorus and and principal at Brooker Elementary Don Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. George. Ja Millard Judd Gladys Miss Goldwlre Lillian'Stump, \
1 School. and Mrs. spent last.
Gainesville Chamber Orchestra. Loper and John Loper Mrs. Vickie: ,
I Featured soloists included Attending the presentation from Powell, Mrs. Sarah smith, Mlcki Mrs. .Harriett Mulder of Chicago Monday to Friday on a:'cruise to
visit "
i Starka were: Mrs. H.M. Richarde, 111. arrives Dec. 19 for a weeks Nassau !and Carribean Islands. "
I soprano Marlene Udall; alto Jo Becker, Chad Tennant. Donnie and Mrs. .
: Breuer; teaor Ronald Burrichter Mrs. Lillie Bridges, Mrs. Dolly Francis, Carrie Foster and Holly t with her pare.
and bass William McRae. Spiers. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McRae, Shields. y p1 F Seeber Goodman.

Jim Peronto of Starke played the Barney MCRae, Mrs. Helen Cranfill, I

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i' Stuart SlrlckUnd Matthew Guy Dyal and Mrs. Joe McGe and great grand
Mrs. Lou Struth received a Really spend the day. And while she was
Big Birthday Surprise Birthday on gone from the house, the children centered with with a holly.birthday Christmas cake encircled Mr and Mrs. Guy Dyal, Jr. of mother .is Mrs Mary McGee, all of't' "

Saturday given by her children: Mr. redecorated the bathroom' and den napkins and appointment Carol Denise Flynn. Lawtey announce the birth of a son, Starke
and Mrs. Rod Struth of Plant City, of her home with beautiful used. were also" Stuart Strickland Matthew Guy born Nov. 25 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Case of Lake City wallpaper, painted and made minor Matemallrandparentsare.Mr.aDd .

Mr.; and Mrs. Gary Gullic of repairs throughout. .' -, Plan Jan. Wedding Mrs.Fred Pendarvis of Lawtey. .
Gainesville and Misses Kathy Struth The day climaxed with a birthday Needless to Mrs. Struth wa. Maternal' great grandparents are Jennifer Ashley j'ackson
and Martha Struth of Starke. dinner at 7 served in the say of
p.m. dining Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant
overwhelmed with the love and work Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.Flynn: announce
Her big day started when Maggie room where ,the dining table'was Callahan. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jackson of
Miller took her to Gainesville to covered with a Christmas cloth and bestowed on. her by. her dear family... proaching the marriage engagement of and their aj* Paternal grandfather is Guy Dyal, Starke, announce' the birth of a

i. daughter, Carol Denis,to Stuart ... Sr.and groat grandfather is Marvin Nov.daughter 30, in, Gainesville.Jennifer Ashley, born
both of Starke.
of Frow W. Lawson
. Items of Interest .. .. ... . .... . ._.. .. .. .. ...... .,.. .... ..... Strickland Strickland and, son the late Elizabeth 'Joan Maternal Williams grandparents of Miramar are Mrs I I
Strickland, all va Kingsley Lake Lacey Denise Falcon Fla. and
Please I ) as,a member guest. The i wedding will be an event ofSaturday Donald E. Barber of DeLand.Mater- '
news items of interestto ,Jan. 19.1985, .t 7 pun. lathe Mr. and Mrs Donald Falcon of nal great grandmother is Mrs. Jacquelyn ..
Jun. Ellen Ann Host
Hardy LoperShower '
Ada vice president, for; Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.A Starke announce the birth of a Batchelor of Starke. '

Toddy Dale K.ndrlck. Honor. publication. reception will follow. daughter.Lacey Denise, born Dec. 3 Paternal grandparents are Mr*)
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: in Alachua General Hospital. She and Mrs. Donald K. Jackson of,
Marry D.c. 8 The bride-elect is a 197S graduateof
Miss Anne Loper, whose marriage Bradford High School and is Joins a sister. Undsey. age 3. Starke. Paternal great grand
to Michael Todd was an event of First Aid ClassOffered' employed at Prudential InsuranceCo. Maternal grandparents are Mr. parents are Mrs. Ruby Jackson and
Miss June Ellen of Atlanta
Hardy Dec. 8, was honored at a bridal ., Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Venoy Jolly of Starke and the late Walter Jackson.of Mayo
of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. HayNdy
daughter shower Nov. 29, given by Mrs. R.S. at SFCC.' Strickland Is a 1974 graduateof great grandparents are Mr. and Fla. and Mrs. Rita Boudreaux anti'the
of Starke, and Dale Ken '
Teddy
Mullins, Mrs. Hank Kyle Mrs. Starke Center ';, Bradford High School and Florida Mrs. Beaner Ervin of Fort Paine, late Richard Boudreaux of Bay
drick of Atlanta, son of Mr. and Mrs.
St. Louis, Miss.Gold .
Edward A. Kendrick, Jr. of Dallas, Dewey McKinney, Mrs. Gladys Collins f Junior Colleoe. Jacksonville and is Ala.
Texas were united in marriageSaturday Mrs. Bob Ferguson, and Mrs. A feature of the 1985 Winter employed by-F.W. Strickland
Drivas at the home of the latter .
Spyros Schedule for credit classes in Starkeis
Dec. 8, at 12:30: p.m. by '
Judge George Pierce at the home of on W. Adkins Street. a course in First Aid and Personal Did'You Know.......... rr '
the bride's parents on E. Call Street, The refreshment table was Safety (HES 2400), which teaches Kist
covered with white silk
imported
an immediate and temporary care for
followed with small for
a reception Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Thornton of
handspun cloth and centered by the victim of an accident or a sudden
the immediate
family white candles in silver holders that illness. The Toccoa, Ga. were Friday luncheon Your Farmers Mutual Store
course also'suggests
The Hardy home was decorated in guests of Mrs. Gladys Mooty. LCDR
the Christmas holiday theme and the were entwined with white baby'sbreath. ways to prevent 'accidents as the 2226
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foods cake Mrs. R.G. Thornton of San N. temple 964.7871We
Finger punch, best method of
wedding cake table carried out the safety. American e
and candies served. Diego, Cal. who has spent the past ,
were
Red Cross certification is
motif. issued to
week with her mother, Mrs. ,
The hostesses the honoree Mooty
The couple are in Stuart, gave students who complete the course
residing returned to Toccoa with Thornton
Fla., and her mother, Mrs. George Loper, successfully s have Horse.Tack ; ,
where Mr. Kendrick is a parents for a weeks visit. Headstalls/ Saddle Pads
and also the bridetobe ,
regional sales manager for George corsages gave Other classes offered this term in .
Koch and Son, Inc. a set of queen-size bed linens as a Starke include College Composition, THE OFFICE SHOP Splint Boots, Fleece Girths, Saddle Pads
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memento of the occasion.Approximately General Biology with Lab,Program- '
30 guests attended ming in BASIC, Intermediate, 110 W. Cell Stress 11

between the hours 7:30:: and 9 p.m. Algebra.. Major Religions 20th Cen- For Unusual, Unexpected W

tury, Computer Concepts I, The Gift Giving
Th. Lawrence Todds Senior Social Sciences, Introduction to
Citizens
Humanities, Introduction ''
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Host Buffet Dinner Christmas Dinner Literature, and World History. B=1 1I21a IiILL SR

Registration is being held 'daily y
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Todd gave 'The Bradford County Senior from to 3:30 at the Starke Office in
a buffet dinner party last Friday Citizens Club will hold its annual Bradford High School. The office

and night fiancee for their son, Michael L. Todd Christmas dinner Tuesday, Dec. 18, will be closed from Dec:. 21 to Jan. 2. q -APNW.OJj'I'lIl...-' :--i '
Anne
Marie Loper. at the Pratt Street recreation center Classes for the Winter Term begin e.
following the, couple's wedding from 12 noon to 1:00 p.m. All .January'8 and end May 2. ', Beverly Hills Cop
rehearsal. members and prospective membersare For more information, call Lila Starts Wed. fla.Twin Theatre
The dinner was held at the home of invited to attend. Yawn at the SFCC office, 964-5382. See B Section Showlimes GALLON
Mr.: and Mrs.
George Loper, Jr.
At the regular meeting Tuesday, I SADDLE
where the buffet table,was covered ANTIFREEZE
Dec. 11, ;
president
Harry Fertig was
with a' lace
cloth and
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The a 20 guests attending were the& *a.m. in a" St.memorialsefvfce-'at4"U-aT Mark's Episcopal ; .mrl/"b"'<
immediate families and wedding Church, honoring the late Waiter 16'. MEDICATED PELLETS '.I
party Richardson, a veteran of World War WE HAVE MOVED. .\
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,member Other notes of the of club interest for many.to Senior years. STOP BY AND SEE? US AT OUR NEW LOCATION PACKAGE GROWERS ''


Mrs. Randy AlvarezLuncheonShower Citizens Mildred: Dwyer has been ."441 SW.,. Madison St. $1 ue,0 11.30

Honor.. hospitalized. following a slight per 10011.
stroke. Alex and Marie Soigin were (Next to Denmark Furniture)
Mrs. Randy Alvarez was complimented welcomed home after a trip to ,
at a luncheon and stork Canada. Birthday members recently Come See thMan'y

shower on Saturday given by Mrs. recognized were Harry Fertig .,ou..lfr ; P.S. Thanks R.V. .
Donald Ray Tilley and Mrs. Marie Minnie Items i''
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Elizabeth Stalnaker at the home of 7 Good'Years
Jones, Lamoine Ear,, and Gertrude' ;;r- .
Mrs. J.G. Jackson. Boyd. The club welcomed Mildred .. I' f'. .. We Have for
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to take an eye test especially design p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, on channel ready to record their responses so .
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a public service by the Alachua visual central fields vision- scope part of tide vision The Lions Sight Foundation will 7450 7650 $6'450 ,
'County Lions Sight Foundation in and part'three is a test to check have its Eyemobile stationed at the .
conjunction with channels 5, 8 and associated'with aging. East entrance of Oaks Mall from 10 I
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finding'out whether have will have the opportunity to take the armchair eye teat on channels
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I Fashion contest slated here in Bradford 4250 3550, '2450. 2450 ,:

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'it: The Bradford/Union Home during the Florida State Fair in day, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m.T ls will take 76 Ford PU 77 Olds 79! Honda'
", Economics Office of the Cooperative February of"1985. place at the Agriculture Building in
,I, Extension Service is sponsoring a The. contest consists of seven Starke. All local residents are. In-. : Long cob, topper .4 0, vAT.. Air '
,i I local'fashion show.'Winners will be .divisons with six categories In each vited to participate.: 'ti s'j :
: eligible to participate in the division, except Designers.The Contestants must preregister for $2650 1850 2850 CuitYStl: ;, :
statewide contest which will be held local contest will be held Tues. the local fashion show by, Dec. 28. '
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a 1984 graduate of.BHS. Pvt. Dennis J. Starling, son of Drawing for I ,'TAR"KE: PLYMOUTH
Roger L.Jefferson,son of Sylvia E.:' Harvey J. Starling of Starke, has .' i
and William S. Jefferson of Starke, completed basic training at Fort "Romancing the Stone"Dec. '
has completed: basic training. at Fort Jackson, S.C. A 1980 graduate of DODGE -.)
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graduate of BHS. tactics,'military courtesy, military
Pvt. Tlmothr.L.. Alldredge, son ofWayne justice, first aid, and Army history., :
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>i* by Elizabeth Terry' Mr.and'Mrs.Bob Harris and Mrs. 1 .'. i

> I phone 782-3300' -Arthur of Ocala, Mrs. Arnie Abstain -, "Th.e..Coun.try.: Store For More" ';
of and Mrs. Lola Johnsonof .
Personals... Starke Micanopy visited Mrs.Flossie Rosieron I New Hours: Open 8:30 am 7'pm/Monday thai'Saturday ""-:

.Deepest ,sympathy of the community afternoon..' ...., Compare Our Prices..& SavelH.l
is extended to Mrs; A.D Mrs. C.E. Strickland and her .
.P Dobbs and family because of the daughter!Mrs.Dorothy Parcelluzzl: Quantity Rights Reserved' We,.Accept USOA ,Fopd Stamps )
''death' of her husband and their brought her sister,Miss Elizabeth ..t ,
father,A-D. Dobbs. Our prayers are Terry, home on Friday while1 on- WrtrtfU&'i rtjrt{ &&ux&&XU *m%
With them. their way, to Jacksonville to spend .
:'Miss Robin Henry of Archer spent Friday night with her son-in-law and
' last weekend and this weekend with daughter, Mr. and Mrs.W.. J..Griner I
Wayne Starling and his parents, Mr. .and family. r i ia
and Mrs. Charles Starling and fami l
Mr. and Mrs; Robert Smith were t : ,
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daughter : Ferrell of Misses Margaret and Tracey. Smithof Luc ( DOZEN GIVEAWAY'a ,
Tampa came for her. While here on Gainesville.Mrs. ,

Tuesday visited their Mrs. Moore sister,and Miss.Mrs:: Rachel:Wade .'Elsie Norman had an early a 1, Turkey .(10.12 lb. avg.) Drawing Every Day Starting ,',:
Boyer, in Jacksonville. Christmas dinner on Sunday Dec.9. ,
Deepest sympathy of"the'" com Those present were Mrs. Lissie ,Thursday,, ,Dec. 13th. ,Register Each Day 1-. H:
, munity,, is,extended, to Mrs. Wilma Starling Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Wainwright ..
: Wainwright because of the death of ,Sr.,Mr.and Mrs.A.B.Wainwright Eligible with 5.00 Purchase
her brother, Ancll Stirling, of Bar Jr'>> and daughter Melissa .
;tow, on Thursday. Our payers are, Mr.and Mrs.James Richardson ana/ : '; Drawing End of Each Business .
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; Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr. Jacksonville, Mrs. Darlene Wood, I
.. went to Jacksonville Sunday with Jim, Kenneth, and,Kevin. and Mitch
" Miss Esther Mason at Doctors. Lake. Norman. '

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TOOLS,dlshs. poll and pant. mix. fur FIREWOOD Call 964-8266. ask for Matt. WI 8UY First and Second *Wes 1.Agy
n tur., good flea market tuH. 17th I 11/29 tfn tgages and also original ? .
thru Jill. Stroll.r, 612 Colllngt Plac.. UPRIGHT KSNMORI FREEZER One yr loan Call III ,Langley at .'empl.A_. crWfikgat.r.LREALTY

TWO 9646362.'AMILIESI 12/13 Friday: Saturday, 9 tit ?? old.11/29$450.tfn 964-7011 after 5:30: p.m. BY 8/09 OWNttti tfn Quiet, clos.. I : : ;: : :' ',::'.":'.-::..:::"."

411 Redgrave St., Stark. Itchg 12/13 130 FAI MALL TRACTOR ft Equipment. Spacious 4. BR. 2 BA. Lot
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GARAGE. SALIi Fri. I $2500.! 9648122. Itpd 12/06 Chalnllnk carport
823 W. Cypress St. Heotolotor forfir.plac.fonworksp.rl.ctly:2l.gl.r NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. 1.96 acre. Good ;

Measure 24x36", 25 cent each. Great payment. Assumabl PHONE 964.7776
oil burner, good condition lot oT for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH.. 9645610. 8/30 tfn Sforfce ceeEL1AERWnILGAR
I ml c.l. Itchg 12/13 135 W. Call St.9646303. 6011.WATER ITRIITi By 205 N. Tmpl' Stark I
SAUt thru Saturday, rain 11/06 tfn Mont**
PORCH Friday TWO WELL USED METAL DESKS, $30 *a. ham 14681323.
or thine. Plani for Christmas giving On 4-department cash register for LOG HONUESi Over 40 rustic -
1 and decorating. Original design doll. sale. $225. THE OFFICE SHOP 110 W. choose from. Send PUT US TO WORK I
and ornaments, pecans, .tc. Dish BROCHURE. HONEST ABE
Call St. 964-9764. where the Who's Who to find
gardens planted In your container 93Dec. 26' CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILER Fifth Rout On. Box 84CF. Mon Cue.* go

7, 8. 9, 10. 964.4116. 400 S. WaterSt. Wheel. 2995. Call 964-5606.10/25 tfn ((615) 258-3648. 12/13 Itpd out Whet's. Whet
.. S.R. 100 South 12/131tpd ROLLS OF HAViOfder your hay for the *>

FRIDAY THRU SATURDAY! Four families. winter and leave under my born until, LAND FOR NOBODY DOES IT MTTISi w. are proud ta offs
lots of tupperwore, what-nots furniture of Alicia $29 at born. I
needed. Rolls luxurious home aero* from Starfca Golf A Country
i maternity clothes, baby clothesand Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn. LEASE
other clothes. West 100 three) ONi ACM LOT facing Club. Privacy, gracious Florida living available In
i mile out. 12/13Itchg Argentina Bahia $20 at bam. Hay bam. 3000. $300 down $75 per a 6800 Sq. Ft. this 3 BR. 2'. BA brick ham. An uncommon conceptof
7 miles North of Stork. on Rd. 16.Delivery
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SHELLED PECANS $2.50 lb. Covered 9645606. 10/4 tfn O rf living superb condition.
available at extra charge.
wagon lamp., flower planters and 782.3727 9646167. 11/15 tfn 1.7 ACRES off Breaker Rood ( ......... .REAL ISTATI INVISTORSi W*hove|lust listed seven

mist (Items. Friday and Saturday. or CHRISTMAS TREES 4000. $400< down.. $75 per W020 ((7)) excellent rentals Five duplex and 2 .........

12/13 Itchg. Choose ft cut live tree from 2.000 shaped 9645606. 10/4 tfn All are rented and hove positivh Haw,
EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE I Friday A pin.ft cedar. 1-10WtoHwy. 125 exit o*' 14V4 .ACRES off Forayth THI BEST THERI ISi Distinctive living In *f<|oyobl
Saturday 10 a.m. Ill ?? 4 mil. N. of oer ocr. Ho a large built white brick 4 BR
Glen' St. Mary', go 12 mi. N. on Hwy. OF PAWN surrounding Beautifully 3
Lawtey on US 301. Itchg 12/13 129. Watch for signs. 239.7116.11/22 down. $200 per mo. Call BA with swimming pool. Designed with the' family In
LAWTEVi Com.r of Oliv. I Jefferson tfn -
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Streets, behind Masonic Lodg. Fur. fOR SAlEt 12 h. 16 ft. ft Up. OCALA NATIONAL'''FORESTl ) Ctirlstma
x THI RIGHT MAN IS THI ONE WHO SIIIIS THI MO-
nitur. household and misc. Items.some dry wooded lot, suitable.
Beautiful with siding big window Chain
37 lot roods.Apprax .
MINT "Plnesong" bldg. w/poved
collectibles. Fri ft
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antiques home cabin, or camping.
Sat.. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., 782-3317'. Itpd $1299 large door will floor deliver.lighting Call, workbench.777-3739. w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. ..by..Diamonds the gram .tOff from city limit Except. term by
12/13 and fishing. Owner. (9O4)) owner.
til ?? Arts, 12/06 4tchg 12/27 ""' Set Wl HAW YOUR HOMI RIADVtAdorabl 3 BR. 3 BA
SAT.. DEC. ISt 9:30: a.m. CUSTOM MAD GUN CABINET for 12 6299649. l2/067tchg 1/17 : :
crafts, cloth. and household Items. drawers forommo. LOTS ACREAGEI 20 Ring brick In quiet neighborhood. Best section on a

Come out SR 16 toward Prison to 225, guns.Hunter's Storage Special. Apt. size rang*. 21": balance In live year, Our Price. I wall-landscaped ocr.. Owner being translrrd..
turn left oif 225, go 1 mil., take first exercise equipment. Ilk. new Half- owners 964-6853.12113 tin. Must seefsSAASHING .
dirt road to right (NW 65th Ave.) 2 price. Christmas special I 964-8828. PAWN CONTlMI'>ORARViArchltect designed

miles to end of rood Itchg 12/13 !2/132tchg 12/20 MOBILE III .Lswy handsome 2-story cedarat,, Country Club 2504 sq. ft.

SIX FAMILIES: On. mil. N. of Thonl gas 1971 DODGE 318 engine, good running FOR SALE .. on 2 lot. Beautifully Insulated. Fireplace. Ony 3 yr*.
301. Furniture, baby
station on US lots of condition. auto trans... long wheel old. SP $175,000. Mtg. $73,000 ot 9'/ ". Mo..Pmt.
Clothes; various out clothing
odds and ends. Dlshe; Fri., base. 964-97QO wood. heater gas '$699.%.
Sot., Sun., 964-7464. Itchg pots 12/13 pans. heater, call after 5 p.m. 9644473. SKYLINE MOBILE HOME SO CHIC SO CHEAP.",500dn country.:3 BR, 1 Vi
12/13 Itchg 301 N. Stark. Com O
BA with CHIA. Fireplace d.ckt patio on on* ocr.
CARS & TRUCKS INDIAN BOWL:In good condition asking for the bargain 964-4414 or Direct with circular drlv.
t $40. will sell for $35 Dodge rear-end 4/26 tfnMOlIlI .
SECLUDED CHARMINOtUnlqu hideaway ham.
axle, $50. or best offer. Call 4733886. HOMI FOR SALE now 'for
' black. Good 6 2 S BR, .3% BA. CHSA.
57 CHRYSLER: 4-dr. Sedan Itchg 12/13 Height 2 BR across \ Only yrold. -story
cond. 1000. Can be seen at Olin'MH POULAN CHAIN SAW: '84 model w/bow Geneva.$89.00 per month.$ <>. Down Separate orllc in city on 7 oc. Reduced. 89900.

Sal. Hwy... 100. Call 964-5606, 10/25 blade. Been used for I hr*.. $300.' Must remain on lot far fI : HAMPTON LAKIiRedwood a brick 3 BR, 2 BA..
tfn man'* wedding band. si. 12V4, cost 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfoCOMMERCIAL 12 f t. $235 Fireplace, scrn'd porch with 75' on lok*.
'13 LINCOLN, door.. Signature serf... $300 want $100. call 964-6O32. llchg $299 HAMPTON lAKERdwood a brick 3 BR, 2 'BA.
Ilk.new. 16800. Loan value, 16000. 12/13 Fireplace t scrn'd porch on landscaped ac. $94.300.
'82 Jeep' Cherokee, with larado 3 BEDROOM. both. double wide. 1 3/4 TERM OP 11* POSSIBLIild oc cleared wapprox.10a .

package, $10,800.173.2214. 11/01 tfn acre, located In city. $28.000 good) RENTLEASEFOR 75J94I2' on Hwy 301 S. Inc. 2 deep wells, 3 septic tanks.2
197 CHEVELLC Good condition. $850. take
or City
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term. After 5 p.m.. 964-7999. 12/13 MH. Butler Bldg. Stocked pond t creek..
best offer. %4.7376.11/293tchg 12/13
ttpd SALE.LEASE OR TRADE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE US' HWY
75 MUSTANG Iii 4 cylinder 4 speed.Runs .
OVERHEAD GARAGE DOOR. 7x9 .
great. $1200. 964.8503.12106 tfn. 2-story masonry building at MliBldg. appro 1800 .9! ft: located In heart of
1977 OLDSMOMLEt Starfir. hatchback. w/hardwar $50; one apartment-six_ East Call Thompson St. Compare!'! Stork..,Only $67.500.!
4 burner w/ cost
gas
V-6 5 speed air conditioning, 1200. range. from City' Hall. Make on MAKE A SPLASH ON THI !BEACHilak Brooklyn
$300. used once, will sell for$15O: 13 356-6849./ Clyd W. Insurant-1 fur
9647682.12/13 Great Christmas gift. Itpd ft. travel trailer sleep 6. $500.! CoIl ....... Bonk ....lding...... Home Park Over 100 ft. on water by 393'de p with small cot-
964-4119 12/13: tag*. $27.000.
days. Itpd
1973 DODGE 4-door, 318 engine. Auto. COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Stork. 32202. 10/25 tin "*:' hf humv .THI' .THING SETTER THAN OUR LOCATION IS

;fck *0)B.,,$6SO.i468-l339, /062tpd, 12/13 ',,vTruck; Stop south'o. Stark.. 9648212.J.OClUWrtVi. : :;;; 'tH 1. WANTED* policies '(for| THI PRKIt Spacious brick with large''l great'room,

\\I.d &. {{ggwlvA.1rSwe. *cy1. : : . .lft n.ig;M ? '1 ,.of e....1 D: "'/1 Qtt{ c.-rfQiPbl( gfffflge.:..lulid.cwUlJW.bo' sully!i
12/06: 2tPd"ll113't'IO; ..tt" 1y468o1739. 2 CHICKEN HOUSf:30 x !lOG call!" :'r coo":m...and,: : I f for Quote *' ..your-tail or yomtoMnishopr/dltced l '> prk. Five
964-7893 also 3 big.er fan 9647893.
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1976 MALIBU:4 DR. PS PB. A/C nice interior Highest price paid. Greens j Oak
12/6 ,
runt good. $875.. 782-3110. Itchg PECANS Il/I94tchg Already picked 75 cents Shop. 301 South. Stark. Ft, $01.'v' Mobile ROOM TO ROAMt2S6S *q. h. handsome.horn
12/13 up. 1l/O3tfnchg located on 3'/i Ac. with 3 BR. 3 BA. $105.000..
per pound. Cosh _Iy. SX 16 W. Call I Solos
1976 DATSUN Truck. WANTED TO BUY n..af' ARI YOU IMAGINATIVlTiA form
Longbed runs good. 964-7907 after 10 a.m. Itchg 12.36 \ : home with op.
$1200. 782-3110. Itchg 12/13 B ACRES WITH 11x48 MOIRE HOME 2 log*.964-8309 or 4Jl6.C-5981. ., Olin Agent! praH 49 Ac. on Hwy 229, $99,000 with assum.mtg..
1977 CHEVY IMPALA Station I Wagon.new bedroom 4 fish pond, stocked with IUSED/ I INVEST NOW.Commercial Oak Plata on Hwy 301
tire*. $1075.782.3110.1tchg 12/13 catfish. Preminlt planted Argentina TRAMPOLINE Good C |lust South of city limit 13 lot _lIabl..
1912 JEEP CHEROKEE larodo after S call 964-8239.: .
package. BahIa "' _. All fenced. For Information p.m. ..* *..* e
Excellent condition. $9600.. call call 496-2043. A..... 12/O6l2tpd' 12/13 svasaIAvseeouttrwt441r78 os. .
473-2214. 12/13 tfn197B 1213CHRISTMAS Broadway MUOOOOS4.r SH
VOLKSWAGEN VAN Auto. front., FOR RENT laIN O SM m-tiit MVMeaaxx.ML M4-riB*
SPECIAL Nke black .
air cond.. other extras. 964.5842. Itpd pony SERVICE' CMMTAIN M4 1ttNOVtS SMKIH**OOTH 4S.Sf
and cart. Ride and drtv**. Wellmannered. MO M4-74S4 'WAYMoouocessstwpOAYgaaa1Np0 ,
12/13
$300 for both or will .&Iseparately. .
FtMALb Shore 4 lit. 2 BA \
,1969 DATSUN Station Wagon runs good. ;
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prk. negotiable 782-3916. 121131tchg 468.2541.12/062tpd 12/13 brlclied MH on private ,....., 1 111 ming .
HALT GERMAN SHEPHERD ft HALF
16 W. Child
OK. $100
I97B LINCOLN CONT.MARK V, Excellent
cond.. price negotiable, 9645263. BULLDOG PUPPIES$20 each.964-6974. 964-7907 after 10 .-.... itchy HcniovalB t Woof Ads Got Result/
12/O62tchg 12/13 -
Itchg 12/13 38*. 2 ItA RlllNlSHID MOBILE o4xi
DEER AND FOX HOUNDS 473-4439. acre In Cauntnr. 2 .:tfrmxnmrl ,
_., ._- Kstiina( IIEIIIIaILIIR
--. utility shed. No children ;; : \ j
MOTORCYCLES -- --
: 964.8255.12/06 2teng 12/13 Plumbing Suppll s''

Vft/s FURNISHED 11*. 1 BA DUPLEX : 5 P.M. '
1981 SUZUKI 750 GXl Great for '
Christmas Exc.ll.ntcond., $1300 firm. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTCall i 964-8944.il/29tfn tt* St. $265 month. $100 Heights, From,

Call 964.8409. 12/13 2tchg 12/20 t*Pest OHke-ReUord : & Insured
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ItOJ HONDA 650 Nighthawk. price I Durronce

;negotiable, 9645263. Itchg 12/13 '
INTERESTED I IN ;

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The Florida : .
GAINESVILLE SUN +-
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applications for young _.. .
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Supply
,DISTRICT CIRCULATION MANAGERThe sell subscriptions to : .

t:I Must be 16 years of A. USED U.S. 301 N.-161 N. Temple I
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Gainesville Sun Is now accepting applications for a full-tint'i 1 j ceilent commission paid. ," Our'Own $t...*.Fieri** r I 964..7O6 11 J

District Circulation Sales.Manager for the Bradford Gay Union ,

circulation areas. We are looking for a goal-oriented In-, 11 11Cau'nty I provided.Colt: 964-3165 for \'AI_'>>

dividual who Is able to motivate and deal effectively with people.. \ 'WeDrlll Wdls.
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Responsibilities Include supervision recruitment and training of 2" to 6"-State LicensedC

adult motor route carriers, monitoring sales, collections enddelivery 'THOLltX.

service. Salary bonus plan benefits, transportation pro FLORILAND : gt'KK.NS:

vided. 'Applications being accepted at Gainesville Sun. 406 South : & C, N fvD

Walnut Storke. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. No calls. REALTY <" AI. I'
all mak,. Mini
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393 Temple Ave I $ Hwy 301-South 1.5s
I -Stark
VernJe P. Odom :
antedtoHire Broker-OKI- : 1957 Mo.$, o.Sk.PPt".f CenterMt4Av4taMB. 11

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FOR RENT: ", 64.6020
The Union County:Time -
I '' ,'. .3 M Ham, Trailer l. for north tit :
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,Florid : snt. _. f 68 WIt U't''
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u APPLICANTS MUSTj (t st Blast mo. piu dep) .S< : ... -- -'" ,..,.,.. .
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i ,'t J Be.able; to write Taik with people easily 'GOOD INVESTMENTS: 1 .

i, l# 'jBe Intelligent and willing to learn. Good Location for Offices j' Carpel"Ia.. ,
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Ii C : Building 1.000 .... ft.Could ,I'. .
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY easily. be two oflk : ...... $1'4' .. .

t. Hours Variable! Salary Negotiable i .... och-wlth separate r j :, 'HIN II
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I'Contact Marcia Coodge at the Times : entrances. les than $30: ) .J, AtfilREile
office ISO W. Main Street
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sq. H.Bwlldlng. I gut! blnlctleft .. "
Lake Butler, or call 496-2761. Man.,Ju..., ft Frl': 9 .m..c:30 p.mj with lot of ,' } -A

Sthurs. 9 a.m. 12.l'oQri. *poc... :3 different taros : House. Special 1 (uv.. DfRy .....,3 8r:1"f: 59...ill.' "
Owner will hold .
mortgage i
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j to qualified buyr <* It 12) .W'. ." .
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;Subscribe Appro S yr*. old. Ha \ Cleaned
1 PINE nursery for plg. concrot De <
FORESTAPARTMENTS Not i9ht .
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1 '. > FOR RENTT PERSONAL SERVICESCARPENTER ,
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'1' Decorations! .
.j\ KI'IITC..IHUGHTIlIALTY.lIALTOtI ANONYMOUS Closed SHALLOW AND DIll' WI&.L ...... f'YC Holiday .
WORKi
!Remodeling work, meeting' Monday S p.m.!' Open pipe* and fttsfttg Water .oftovtoro.Bryan Colorful Hallmark candles ) with
cabinet and i paired a holiday
kitchen trim
Rental Property Available' carpentry. meeting. Friday B p.m. Akmonv Man- 'Ace Hardware. Keystone Hat*,..
MOIILE. HOMI PARK LOT water and Reasonable>> prigs Call 473-4010 after day Ip.lIt. All meeting at Educational 473.40065/24 tfnchg i Candle,ring, gleaming/: brass pewter or

yard care provided. Older couple 3:30 p.m. 1/9 tfnchg Building Community Church 473-270 AMWAY ntOOUaSt Call M place' your wood candle holders candle '
: preferred. $63 per month. CARPKT AND VINYll Repair' and Installations. or 473-2130.: Itnchg order Nutrlllte'Vitamins.. Need..,. i .

SEWNOU RIDGE 4BR I'/ IA screened Free est'mews. Ten year 'PAC RAT- Buy. Sell. and,....... .. furniture IncomeT Call u* for detail I snuffers and other accessories I() '

i porch newly painted woodstove Ex- experience.5/17 Call 473-4317: and ask for appliance' household Hem*. 473-3471.3/10 tfnchg I give' Your home a lovely seasonal. "' ";

ecu h,-homo $400 per mo. Craig. Hnchg collectable, glosswore, old |swerty. HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec- .' '
V HWY II LAKE BROOKLYN .bedroom.: HANDYMAN. All kind of Horn repair, tools etc. 473-3183 tfnchg 7/26 lion pit organ mustcm.. Coil glow; Thoughtful gifts too. ,; I' :

bath, C.B. home $215 per month. mobllehome repairs, and fix-up need SATOUm TV tt BOOMING And with 473-3310 weekdny or .".......
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY 'No |ob too small. Minor plumbing. 100 plus, TV channels. No Wonder I weekends for oppoIm-t to_ tfn
Realtor! 47S-4M1 repair Cleaning service, light '-'. Somebody In your erea will open WOOD RUXCANOSroVI includes flue 1 ;
\ 6/21 Ing. Call Jim 473-9671 day or evening. Willis
NndgKEYSTOPIE Freedom Satellite System stow. and

PUINITUR111TRIPIMNO 9/17 tfncfI ond be You Ultimate name Improvement \Seal for trdtpr" $1 OOfn.IItdog { I"I '

HEIGHTS AREA r 3 BR. 2 bath rellnl.hlng add value- provide ion Information, 13/13
,:: ,' heat and A/C. fenced back yard. $ib Specialising In antiques! Call Joe education for whole family All yawl $31HCN UPMOMT PIANO Excellent con

1, per month first last and -deposit 473.25212tpd 12/04-13/13 We've done the hard work and spent dition. $900 firm. Call 473-3609 after 9
I: 1-694-3087. 11/22 tinchgR PRCSSURR WAHINO Remove dirt million or R and D,test p.m. Itchfl 13/13 : .

., BR 1 lATH MOBILE HOME for rent In drivewaysdecks mildew and peeling, point from and home mobile, advertising.. Retail price start. SUCH CAMERA EQUIPMENT 'I Indud** .j i ,tln

Sunrise Trailer Park Call "3-<<185 or patios We need you to complete the picture In projector: Konkq camera with.leather !'
home Call Rick 4732452. .
\ 1-904-388-6109 or write P.O. !Box 79, 11/29.12/20 at 4tchg your area. '2." handle fee, traindetail -' carrying tees flaah. viewer' screen. 12 'j, : .

Keystone Heights ttpd 12/13 NEED Ing dem equipment' etc. Franchise reel and 12 reel canister*. All for '
MOIII fat
ENERGY the holiday. >ti .
.- .MATURE CHRISTIAN COUPLE to rent 2 on request. Freedom Satellite $200 In mint condition with original) -
bedroom 1 bath secluded mobile, Call me for a possible solution. Systems Inc., 90S West Hlllsborowgh3A. boxes and Instruction"7 -1032. Itcha j .II

.' : home. $175 per month and $175 473-7443. Itpd 12/13 Tampa 3360) 813 237-3JJf fIG. I '
GENERAL LAWN
deposit. 904.659.2671.4tpd 13/13-1/3 SMVICC-mowing, raking ID "'''')2kfttJ 12/6-12/13 NOTICE .
UNFURNISHED HOUSE lake trimming sowing tree for I. .
on firewood light trash hauling. Call I a 1980.lIm..k. Canoe, inc
Geneva.3 BR. 2 BATH. $400 month.
: per 473-7607 or 473-3409 2tpd 13/13-13/30 YARD SALE CLASSiPNO ADVSRTISINO should be MID.milted .' --
o.ICIACI73A.I908.13/13 tfnchg ROOFING' Shingle* and build' up. Call to the lake Region Monitor office ,: ,: ; : '.
LAKEFRONY COTTAGE 1 bedroom. 413.7601:2tpd 13/13-13/30 SAT. AND SUN. D15 and f.of ABM In writing and paid In advance ) "Office :[:
screened boat and dock. Shop ,, '. ,
Near The
porch and 6833 Deer Spring !Rood from 10 wiles'' credit Is already established )1 .
1 t, Keystone. 473-4186. Itchg 13/13 NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call a.m. to 9,p.m. Collectible" old and with this office.MONITOtI.ITNfI. f 110 W. CU Uratl 04.5114 ,
OATORBONE LAKI 2 BR, air. gas heat, Chuck Satterwhlte., State Farm In. new.At least 100 Hem.'Grass seeder CANNOT M HaD t I lL I I iI .,0.1' j -.

wood stove, 34x24 gr... room. large wrong Laence.Blvd.. ., Keystone $14. Sear counter top refrigerator RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

,.porch-on 3/4 ocr... $375 per month; Heights. 473-7373. 7/19 tfn $139 S foot bras plant stall $27 JO. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVEN '

First last and( deposit. ,1-639-3087. NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE?Call Chuck Itpd 13/13 THE TELEPHONE. Handl House Subscribe IPortabl. I

12/13 tfnchg. Satterwhlte' Stale Form .Insurance, SAT. DEC 18 8:30 Ml t 3 mile Cast of Classified deadline I h Tuesday noon

t, """ Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, Keystone Height" on$1.100. First placeeast prior to Thursday publication. Buildings ,Keys tone HeIghts:.

; i HELP WANTED 473-7372. 7/19 tin' of Glimo on right. Itpd 13/13 Minimum charge!I. 19 word for$ .7S. U.I.Sit....... 9/1.403. 2210
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PROFESSIONAL LAWN ,SERVICE!. Complete I """" then 10 cents for each word thereafter; .'

i INDEPENDENT SUPERMARKET OPERA lawn care and maintenance LAND FOR SALE ,
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TION ha Immediate opening for ex-; Commercial or residential. Free Subscribe Today/ .2SDlff.rentColl.n

perlenced ,.tock.,..,.Exc.llent, LAKE REGION MONITOR' \ ColltMonf.1
"\ grocery estimates. 473:2197 evening 8/02 tfn, LAKE LOT Hllkrest lake, ($ 3.s o.1' II .
alary plus benefit offered.
package
473-2210
," Owner wilt finance. $164 per'month. ''I 964-6305
Pleese apply In person at Millers. HOUSES FOR SALE 4734367. ,
\, Nnchg..1V6PETS
Supermarket Highway 100, Keystone

I:.; Height Itchg 13/13 NEW ENERGY EFFICIENT : 3 BR 2 BA Y
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j li'I. 'iI" wooded lot near golf course. By owner / .

.:' CARS. TRUCKS 479-2998 3tpd 11/29-13/13 / is' StarkeiAds::
r AKC POMERANIANS 1 Very tiny Sb
HELP WANTED NOTICE
':' ': BOATS BY OWNER 3 8*. 1 1'h BA 1\4 yrs. old. and wormed. $300. 473.3562.1Yt..d .' ,
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CHtA 'In Clay County. Beautiful 1 OC. 12/13
NON-PRIOR .
: AND PRIOR SERVICE PERSONS
t 'tree covered lot. fenced\ backyard. CLASSIFIED ADVEVrtSINO should be*..
1977 CHEVROLET PICKUP PS/PR. WANTED The Florida
AT Air MatlonoJ -
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deck. Call Subscribe to Bradford County
48900. 473-7273
AM/FM, ;CB, $995. P.2252.tpd 121131 or '; Guard !I. now recruiting for the
office
:,'. .259.2138.9120 tfnPERSONAL HELP WANTED Telegraph. In writing end pakt In
I''': 202 C.EG.q.. (located at Camp Bkm- advance ,unless credit I* already
Today'1' ding.These part-lime military posh
established with this office.
1. AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservatlonlst*.
lion In the Civil' Engineer field. For Information '
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YHRiTEUCRAPM STAFF CANNOT M
: stewardesses and ground crew positions
about the Seal"art.TIme Job'In
available. Call 1-(6I9)-S69-6319( ) HELD RRSPONSWU FOR MISTAKES M
f Union America contact TSG Carl Slevers at
J, : ,,' for delalli. 24 h,.. I2I133tpd 12/27 Ext. CLASSIFIEDS WHIM AD 1$TAKEN OVER
,!e 904-533-2268. 3386.'Men. thru Frl.
:' {: EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER for part' THE TELEPHONE.. .
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SERVICES FOR RENT ( 12/06 3tchg 12/20 .
't Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY.'
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: ,, lime work; tend resume to PO Drawer TENNECO Oil COMPANY l I. for

<' ; Ads DOIIMAN' WaLL AND SEPTIC TANK' I 280. Stake Fl 33091. 12/131khg assistant manager for its Gainesville looking NOON. prior to Thursday publication.
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County Minimum I
TYPEWRITERS AND ADOINO \ SCONO lOOGIi' Need a Cocktail charge 15"s'orP.7S"'then
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Package deal; 2" or 4" wells, waterpumps ,T' and Cook. In location. Good darting tolaty., good < 10 cent for lOCh word thereafter.
MACHINES FOR RSNTi Union CountY' .Waitress a Night Apply
:;\, new Installation of septic benefit package. No phone, call, opply.I" .--.1 '
(\\0>. tanks, drain fields and lift stations. Times Phone 496-2261 150 Main information Street lake Butler.TFN :'., person"oniy112/131khg person 301 N.,Temple Ave., Stork. ''CALL 'TODAY'FOR INFORMATION ON
; Fl. 12I3'fRMALl
INSURANCE Mobile home pole available. All C.O/s. OUT OP TOWNS Save to' ', Itchg FCAN (Florida Oa>*lfled Ad Network).
;:',,: work guaranteed call Tommy Dar. up COMPANIONSHIP. WANTSOl For$123 ((25-wons), ad will .lota
man 275.2151. UFN 9/1 $80 mo. 13,000 miles a year I PINES",. Rooms White furnished expenses;and have your go
$6 Florida! (dollies and
MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. QUALITY LIVING. Laundry Pork. '' newspaper
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;NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal Interesting content 'write M. Salowy
; Lake Avenue, Lak. Butler 4963978. and pruning. Also firewood oak and Recreation Car Pools. FRIENDLY AT To Rent 124 E, .Sacking lam. Circle Chariot weeklies.)Make for o.circulation...... .money of work 1.000000rsod.n. for
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MOSPHERE. Reasonable. Sr 121 Lak.
; Complete Insurance Service. TFN. pin. for sale. Call Thomas Nettles teville. VA-22903.: 12/13 3tpd 12/27
Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13: : you..Sell; the FCAN way. Call
GOVERNMENT, JOStl "
$
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"" 496-3823. ufn 12/22 .f' Weekly 'Monthly'Or
ask for .
964-6303. Sylvia
MOBILE HOME Cleat,.furnished 2 8r Today.DON't
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'WiJ $50,000.aa.lb..lmmedlat.
REAL ESTATE WORK WANTED Bookkeeping( accounts op. DELAY-CALL TODAYI
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payable, accounts receivable, 12 x 65, near Worthington.Adults oly 'f By the! Night portunltU/s. Guaranteed call!
no pets. $200 per mo. plus securi located l 805-687-60'X) Cut. R-IOOO. 12/13
LOOKING POI A SPECIAL PIECE Or 13 year experienced: 'All work done by 4lpd
'?*< >', ', PROPERTVT If I don't have It. I'll find strictly confidential. Reasonable ty. No 1 lase,,315.8614.1chgTI3! ::: 'tIy r5torke post Of llcoReasonable 113ACCOUN'INGCLERK, ,IWSCELLANEOUSCONSIGNMENT ,
rate. Call 496-3279. 1-chg ,** with experiencen.ed.I'
i It. Just atk. JANE S. USHER -. Rates- '

H'. ., REALTOR. 496-2126 or 4962903. FOR SALE LokoButtmf',": :, ., 8' ,W' -M Hotel ,must.V lmm-d.rmlmonn Accuracy, typing and skill speed of 40 STOM COMING lOON

IP ; 'e".., Your Union County Realtor.! n r .. .' I 114'18 gIQli a ,, ', foPO !Box let u* sell. your. oldie but goodies, 447V
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:;: ," GOVERNMENT $19,000- 2-pd 12/13 .. .,
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w $50,000/year'' possible Immediate "12 DATSUN 4X4 Red, 3 sped Kytton HellI"b Ar*.)* -

;.j'. .Qu, opportunities. Guaranteed. Call deluxe striping' bucket seats. No XppficattonB are now be IIg"aken'forTimesUnion INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH I ERA Tiffin & Owens. Inc.:

'*/', 805-687-6000 Ext. R-9000. 4_pd down payment $210 mo. foil 36 mo. TELEPHONE NEEDEOI, '
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d., .. HEAVY 11/21-12/13,EQUIPMENT OPERATOR With FUEL OIL DRUM AND STAND. Cos "!ua" b* abl..'to ,poat.a'.cosh: 'Sell|| subscription to Th. Florida;Tlmsj j

/6; minimum 2 years experience. Call gauge $25. Powell'* 496-3377. I-pd bond, Provo rllobl tran.portotlon'and G' Union from the comfort of your own Formerly P AULKNMJIAITY

4962631. 2-chg 12/6-13 12/13 horn Set own hours. 0. own
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'i'IIADVIRTISEMENT, SEVEN PIGS Ett.. weight 35 Ibs. each.., ?
: COORDINATORAdult boss.'No to eet. Not salaried I 1964-5065.1
Vocational Education Inmate $IS each.: Phone 496-3333. 1-pd Call ,""S1 quotas m a .

... :' Program. ,,Bachelor's degree 13/13 This I I.,on' Ideal suppUmental -..-.;. for position but an, excell.n- $, commission'
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(Masters preferred) plus two yea,.' CAB.OVER CAMPER Will fit long whell'bo. 'housewife, retirement couple teaclt.r;etc; '1| Sal Iel.yette Across revs Mr

.' 1'i'i'.''' work experience In !business and In- .. truck call 4962617.' 1-chg P t '.'! structure.Call: 964-9165 for details trl. 5:203..n.+ r! F:3p. yw1 S em.. t2

T duslry. with one 'year,1: In ad.. 12/13. y INVESTMENT PROPERTIES(
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j:, ,,.!, '. .Open To .for acres.schools*4 RENTAL .UNITS Walking distance store*,,

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Community College; lit: 7 Box 378. 496-226 ySNAxs.CARLSO'N churches etc;Owner financing.
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;:1 .. .Lake' City. Florida ,32053., ((904)) -:.=...-,-=-- ._. early l morning route carrier. *,' *CROSBY LAKE LOT. '. "'. .
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.", 752.1822 extension' 313. EA/EOI{ : ., COZY ENERGY EFFICIENT With'stoveon outside
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s .. EMPLOYER. I-chg 12/13 ; apply wall, hardwood floors, fireplace. 3 plus acre_ /

t"; EXCELLENT INCOME FOR PART TIME Walnut! Street, ..n.9a.m. .& 4 p.m. HAMPTON AREA! :,,34 Acre with dcwblewlde.'
'''r' HOME ASSEMBLY WORK. For Info. ... I I remodeled. Priced rlghl .
'q call 504-641-8003 Ext. 8401. 1.pd : .Applicant must 'have phone; be ;d.p.ndabl.'hav..conomlcol' 1 '*NEEDS SOME REMOOELING: 3 BR, 1 IA 'in mid

:t;: .12/13: Home .teI11Nystems;kW., Transportation; 'and, be able to post a $30*: Owner f'nanel.' ...,,,"' .

.," f """ Hwy v 100 W Keytone Height ,*LOT IN MILTON SEACftYNh;, nke trees i povs.,
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YARD SALE 1C..n-J. cash: "cI.po.lt. .ed road frontage

,6 4I freedom efCfcelc*' For'.more information contact BOB or PAT ASHLEY *OFFICE SPACE'FOR" RENT;'Call Tiffin. S.Ow.ns. ,

: J';, 'OARAGE 'SALEFH.. and ,Inc ,....5065: ...
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.':, t Mlcrowav.,,'.couch. electric 'Ironer. collect .at":378>1411,;.xt.'..,", b.tw..n,9: a.m.. .and:, .. 3. *WANTED: Lewtey S Keystone area Nice frame

t', 1M,..:. misc. Items. 2nd house on little Springs 1 0-'CARTS, p.m. or at'472.:9414 b.for.7..m.: :or (:/1 home. 5-10 acre Call Bool 1 I. ,. "
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,' lid. off 121. !l-pd 12/13 Buy New for ChrlstmesTRAMPOl *LIKE PEACE AND QUIET WITH A TOUCH Of! LUXURY '

:; ,I'. \ YARD SALE ,-At Dobb's ,..,.1. InRalferd ,,' '".. -' - ? 2 M. 2 BA home on 6 Ac. ,Is for you. locatedktsl
f Queen-elze I', mattress and ,, outside Keystone Height' 1
\ t. -" .: box sprlngt Baifett crib..,weddlrtg ,.INiE SALE' *ENERGY EFFICIENT: I I. this, home middle name;;

::'... dress, :3 long'dr.ss.s sizes 3-8,.olto .! ..,_ "" ""' '>I,,.. .. ..... FACTORTDinecr 3 IR. 2BA on t AC1 close to Hampton lake,
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? "1If' ,'saxophone,;; Scars, exerciser;, artificial ......__ .;... *EXECUTIVE HOMI; Overlooking beautiful Santa '

,i'' ',;, ; -- -.- ,.,T. .$2". .. Fa lake with lovely guest cottage* al.q boothfC:
10.men'ssclothesmisct, .
/1 suits slse +. _::: OMMLTEAu This could be yours...

r. :' 8:30-1:00.: I-fhfl 12/13 #h'."" "","""' -J n. ..._ : ,( : Ao: : .. '. WOODED LOT ON SANTA Ft RiyERAlmot on.
?", .! ; LARGE YARD SALE lots of women' Aa' & .. '
,OIASILRM1rst1' : acre ready to build on ... .
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; children clothing, shoes and. :: .
,I t, ;I'J: ;mire Item*. '''GREAT BARGAINS .' ... "h4""., ... . .. f *CONVENIENTLY" LOCATED'HOME In,town, Priced
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;M : PUBLIC AUCTION sslflecl"JS,: 4 WHCKAGE CENTER kJ. '." ,t location. $31,000 with excellent owner financing.;

'Nr,8 STATkf OF FLORIDA ,Get Result, .. /": ; ,', '. .\ .;. ,. *ACROSS FROM CITY HALL" : 2 BR frame home only, ;
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t., #380-19 Ac. W/4 ..'J BABrick' .. : ., 'Wit ( : : ri' ''t.... "'H' only 25000. ,"
t f'rd'- Cues.Plytnsiltb: <11/71//2)1! I ; ..,1-0 : V' .. APf'JOx. 2 ACRES WITH MM in
p harM ;horse bern p. ',,'" t ," \ city.Paved Mreetfrontage. ;
i: .. ,'ALSO 60 AUTOMOBILES'Maabu' [with: ;.K>H',, 3 ...., Ud .. .. .. \, .,., ": ..10 xes 'l'l/il" /. [ ;apprott. 500"
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i Owner ffhoncesf. '1.._. ,.,ti wlr:,' Packing, jjl.- *BCAUTIFUl PECAN TREES on 2OK.' nice 2.8R..f k
\10AMrSATrDEC,1Sj'. ;; ; :,\9B4 .....3 8R IBARemadeted. 1 ,, / \, IA bane home, '

:, ., '( ., :STARKE; FLORID' : ]home on 2.81' Ac. .mans or ..' :\ ''t""" \. >'! '. "".,',, ") :, .,..':f *3 ACRES with 3 M.; a BA brkh.'SM.9OO.'
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? l forfeit you5'deposit. : L a ... p7683"fB ;
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Charles Francis honored asloj'ie of; :vif;' |t pnstQ! ;: i :Uth, :icoj, ., gshes,

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Charles Francis of Starke, has of 11 and 12-year .old boys, the program, has cettiled'more:. '
been selected lo receive the 1984 Francis' attitude has remained than 10.000 volunteer youth coaches =
Gatorade Youth Coach Award as one positive through several I losing in four major sports since Ita inceoti .4
baseball seasons. He baseball Is a kids m in 1960. NYSCA
Ii*.' the nation top youth says president Fred I
Softball coaches. game and the most important thing Engh credits the awards effort for : /
This is the inaugural year of the is to have a good lime. Francis was building public awareness ofvits "" r
nominated by Cheryl Godwin, educational for d .t.-.t
national awards program designedto presi program volunteer.. '
honor' those volunteer coaches, dent of the Starke American Dixie youth coaches 5 .' ;- .. '7If -
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who care more about kids having fun Youth League "This is the first national awardprogram '1"' '' : IICJ
i than only about, winning bullgiimes. Unsung Heroes... to recognize parents and .... .
Francis was selected (from among others who give their time and experience .. .:
the estimated !S20.UOO baseball and "Volunteer coaches are the un to young 'athletes." 'said '" .
Softball coaches!! across the country sung heroes of our game" said St.Ixmis Kngh. "It's an important next step. ELVt L ... -
many of them parents. They have Cardinal manager Whitey In' helping the NYSCA establish ..j:: (" ; .,
volunteered their time 'to instruct llerzog, who was named Major clearer guidelines for adults who ,
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some 9.3: million boys and //irllllrum l League Baseball's manager III the have a powerful influenceluver: 'r. :(\ .';" ", ..
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five to 16 years of age./ The coaches year in) 1982 by the Sporting New youngsters at impressionable ages," .I' .."..'. ,' 1"00\\"" \\
were nominated by their fellow "These are the people who are most The program also is actively sup. 0- .". I ,.",., ,.,\ .
coaches/ players! or local league ad- deserving 411 special recognition for ported by the Professional Baseball ...:.. ..... ',' c.
making athletes better Athletic Trainers Society (PBATSl. ,
minfstralors.Kach young) .,
: recipient will receive a plAque .citi/ens.and for building the foundation This group of 40 health care profcssionals -' "I .''',''1',' ,
from. (:iaturade Thirst Quencher of .baseball as we know it in Major league. Baseball re': ,. ,;,.,.,.., I '
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and the :National Youth Sports today to"give little back to youth ,' '
Cuaches!! Association, a United< Way The Gatorade Youth Coach Award baseball for all il has done for the ;' t
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agency committed to making/ sportsa program is intended lo remind pro game said Charlie Moss I
more enjoyable and fulfilling experience volunteer coaches the opportunityand J'HA TS president and head athletic"trainer
NYSl'A offers have for the Button Red Sox. .
Y for youngsters. < responsibility they lo .
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i well-rounded educational. I programs positively influence young people" Later this year, the athletic va ,
for the nation's youth according to Phil I.Marineau.: vice trainers group and Gatorade will ,
coaches./ president< of The Quaker Oats Company produce an instructional rum fore
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l The association has also selected maker of latorade., youth couches on athletic training '
one IIUIIo'IIIIhnj"Iunlt''r rl'IIlIIl'al'h "We are pleased' lo pay tribute to lochniues.| PBATS will also write a
'of its six U.S., districts oho.-oath a those volunteer coaches who have booklet on first aid It."c.'hnlques'and ,a
!guest has IHTII invited In attend aWorld been selected by the NVSCA." procedures that wilt be distributed "
Series game IK-lober, 1:1.: :Marineau said "The fact that they to 100,000 volunteer coaches nationwide :
Francis :50.was"recogni/.ed! for his were nominated is an indication of in 1985.
eight! years of voiU'lnng baseball in the respect t they've earned from "Our primary objective's\ lo re
the Slarke. American. I)IXIt.\'lIulh those1 around. them. It's apparent mind volunteer, )'"ulh. uaches that
League! Me |I" a Miner teacher and that all Ibesecrwchr'sgeouinelycareaawut they arc role models who should
proIcipalandt' administrator; kills" he said. "That'shatit care more about safety skills and
in the Bradford .('1111111)' SVhcml > all about" sportsmanship; hun( ; only about win. rrv, at, 4Itecreation
S\Ioh'lII: Starling! when Ins I two suns ning." Kngh: said "When looking atthese '
conlinued "!,000 Certified Coaches.. .. I 50 coaches we're
pia>ed I Francis has to sure the program
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coach the Ioallll'I.jIlJ': League! team The NYSCA. which administered : working.." Director Cheryl; Godwin! slid. (:Churle Frauds
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fU;NEW meeting. .. ed.All '

:\Society 'Plans...: ," On Nov. %'i. a meeting of the by Dolores Mng v I 'y :. :lI P. r ,. services are heldenSundays also invited to this at worship 10 W o'J'' Who,.. : "J. ,.; "

; RENEW'Team was held in,St. Ed- phone 408-inS : a.m. Lode Snow, d t.'M\,
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6choo'1Elementiryr't ,
Muriel Gilbooly,president, presld. S t .i',, and Wednesday.
ward' parish Hall. William Mar- ,1 pl:; 71p,1p! Vickie Crew of Grahimchosen l" ;....
ed at the meeting of St. Edward'sAltar che ., co-ordlnator, presided. Christmas party parade **. *The;, Program, Fellowship Dinner held... and is In the 1994.Who'. WhO
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Society held in the Parish Hall" of the first 'phae'of Saturday pec. 15... It's, Elementary, to be' shownon, : of American High School Students.'

on Dec.,4. RENEW were given by team Santa Claus Is scheduled to visit Channel 4 Saturday;:Dec.1"'13, at 7a.m. A fellowship dinner was held. at Loris is a ISM graduate of Bradford -
Altar chairman '
.Mary Gist) announced and 10 will Praise Christian Assembly. in
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members and small leaden. High and presently attends Santa -
group to be
that Betty and Mike Darin- the Children's Christmas Party .
feature students from the fifth grade Graham on Sunday, Dec. 9. The congregation
Among scheduled events are the Hall Fe College. She plans to become a
ski have volunteered for altar care held at the Hampton City on
at Hampton Elementary School, and friends enjoyed good
RENEW gathering between seasons All area certified public accountant. ;
in December. Christmas poinsettias Saturday, Dec. 15,at 7 p.m. 'Mrs.. food and
Claudette Frees fellowship,
held accompanied
to be' at Gainesville's Holy
Invited attend. The
will be donated in memory of loved children :are to
her students to Jacksonvilleon -
Faith Parish in Gainesville on Dec. Christmas parade will begin that- .JjJ. J"
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ones parishioners. Nov. 17 when taping for this program -
Plans for the Annual Altar Society 15. day at 1:30.Brownies. was done. .

Christmas Party were outlined by Society Christmas Party... make gifts,.* "' PTA Christmas Program The COX Appliance
Ruth Meng and Sallye Scoggins. '
student body of Hampton Elementary
Members and spouses are invited as The annual St. Edward's Altar On Thursday, Dec 6, Brownie School will entertain Tuesday .
on
well as special guests on Dec. 9. Society Christmas party was. held Troop 181, accompanied' their tr & '
Dec 17a t 7 p.m., under the #
Sunday night Dec, 9 in the parish
On Dec. 23, members will furnish leader, Mrs. Betsy Hersey, to the direction of their music instructor, ;
refreshments for the Children's party hall. Bradford Florist Shop on South 301. Mrs. Carol Stevenson: hr. fAir -

to be held in the parish hall. Muriel Gllhooly, president, They were given a tour of the shop Parents and friends are Invited tot, Conditioning
welcomed some so members, silk j
Refreshments were served by and were assisted In making a attend this '
spouses, and guests. floral In the bud program. '
Josephine Cumber and Dolores rose arrangement
Super P.E, Students Those'
Following the covered dish sup- :
Meng. vases they provided. These crea-
selected as Super P.E. Students by Service$
per guests enjoyed socializing and tions were to be given as Christmas
Parishioners Attend dancing to music furnished by Allen presents to mothers or grand Coach Keith Tetstone for the.last

Luncheon... and Joyce Kent of Orange Park. mothers. week of November were;: Robert

Santa Claus made a surprise visit those accompanying Mrs. Bradley, Ian Marney, Christy Lee, '. -and Repair On: -
Among Service
On Dec. 3, a luncheon and fashion, and greeted all attending He Danielle Johnny Hernandez Cynthia Casner,
show benefit was held at Holy distributed candy' canes and gave for Hersey this and project her daughter were, Jennifer' Joey jftall, Tiffany Clark and Jerry All Major AppBa ncli.

Rosary Parish in Jacksonville. door'' prize gifts to the following Julie Christina 'Lolcano. For the first week of ,
Darley, Collins Air CcndKienN
Fashions from Ivey's DepartmentStore lucky winners: Bob Brown, Broome April Scoggins, Tract Me December: Alicia Baker April t
were modeled by persons with 'Josephine Gumber, Rick Kimutis, Cullough Sonya Scoggins Laurel .Sanford Stacey Refrigeration ,it Electrical

physical disabilities,including deaf Bill Oeschger Vicki Zacek, Myrtle Hersey Laurel Sanford HodS.scTor.and Jenny Young, Sandra Avilcs. and, William : ,p" ,
and blind models. Among those -
Jones Betty Dazinski, Sophie' Johnson. 4' Price. .
modeling sports attire was Father Kimutis Johnny Brier, Lena .,;fA. ; JOE COX 'pWNW
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John Pollard a former St, Edward's Daugherty and Antoinette .,A, It v/,., Graham News "I". ,
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parishioner who is now, Associate Stefanelll. ,, :, "
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: Church in Mandarin; > log candle holders decorated,with liospitalfzed.., ,. ..,"'|t*;t:% Praise' Christian' Assembly will

5 Entertainment for the 'show was holly and figurines. Each place setting .. Mrs. Verne Weere1, is confined to'' hoidtheir', 'Christmas play at the 9647462Rt. ,

f furnished by the Signed Choir accompanied held miniature, reindeer, angelor the .Humana>'Hospital '.in Orange], 'church Sunday, Dec,!18, at 7 p.m. ,

by' Kate Quigley to the tree decorations. The refresh .Park. We wish her' a speedy) I:;,:> Rev Richard" Cain invites -- 1"t.p'f. '
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accompaniment of taped Christmas.: ment tables and registration tables recoverY'N' : everyone to join them .that',night ., .. r" ." ,
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Mrs. Kitty Chism won a door prizeof Christmas baskets and i'lt' ( >

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Others attending from St. tdward'i'were Ruth Meng and Sallye Scogginswere ;$:.( 1IOW. Call Sir.** '. '='"aifordRdy;
'Mary HumphriesKay in charge of arrangements for Bradford County Middle( School: j T ,&il'i TYPEWRITERS (HWy Id. )
Richards, WilmaJean Terry and and all schools' \ I ,
elementary
the party. For (he college person S.tarkeV Florida 32091 ,
Dolores Meng. '} 11 Pizza, buttered corn ,harrycubbler ,. '.
Monday fl: ; i"\\ ,In your,,life.We (f"q"f;' .

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sllx. green beans, fruit crisp hot rolls milk. ,
Wednesday ....... I*: Sloppy Joe on bun green1
Those attending the Warrant Officer lima beans, pear halves, milk, ,
Christmas partysteak.supperat Tlmr.dnv Iran Mi: Baked turkey. w/.lblelll'avy,' flash
News mushed potatoes or dressing' ,buttered green peas,,
the home of Pete Witt in Lake City cranberry llUu"et'mbrOlla.! hot rolls, milk; *,i/rif: Rebates
Saturday, Dec. 8. from Starke were: r'rlitay':......ZI: Hot dog on bun baked beans,cab.
Mr. and George\ Winkler Mr: and by. 'Elizabeth G. Wa.lk.... bnge slaw' peaches, milk. -:":'!> '. .

Mrs, Jimmy Dyal. Mr. and Mrs. phone 96I-68H3 ;
; Bradford County High School
David Montgomery, Mn- and Mrs. I c.t' "on'Smifh.Coro..ypewriters.... I
A.J. Eaves, III. Mr. and Mrs.' Bob Dell (Chapter 168 O.E$. will observe %hnday.'...... II: Bcef-A-HMl cheese sill, caioi: :

Paterson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eastern Star Day Sunday;Dec. 16 at bags slaw.Drr., apple INI crisp Hambu'lI..r.Ceall I hot rolls, milk.Turndiiy. ,rice.: *gravy: ; '

Epps, Mr and Mrs. WT: Smith Mr. .3 p.m., at the Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. buttered green peas, Irult jello biscuits: milk -
and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf, Jr.,' Mr. Church. Rev: A.Jones is Pastor. The. Weilnrkrfav. (rem IH: Sloppy Joe on bun. ,buttered .

and Mrs. John Goolsby Sr.: and Mr, public is invited. corn,.peaches,,cookie, milk. .. ,
Baked honey .1.lblll4l1ravy.
Tliur itii> lire :2i
NAACP
of
Meeting
Nessmith
and Mrs Larry inushed potatoes or dressing, cranberry sauce,
Kingsley Lake.Stephanie The Bradford Chapter NAACP will imibrosia. hut rolls, milk ?
meet Sunday, Dec. 18, at 7:3Qp.m.ln: rrliluv., l Ike. 111 Hamburger on bun trench MM; Put words on the in
O'Steen of Starke competed the Annex of the Great Allen Chapel lettuce milk. & pickles, Chrlstniai cookies applesauce' .tr ,: page..rand'cash ,your pocket.

in the "Carolina Christmas Church. All members and interested '
Classic" gymnastic meet held in citizens are invited to attend. ALA.(' RTE ,

Columbia S.C. Dec, 12. She placed On Saturday December 15, at Ip.m. :Monitair-'llamburger pliis.i. ,i tnnrh. .tries,
School
at the R.J.E. High ., '
first place on .the balance beam) hlllk hak. s '
first'on vault sixth on floor and fifth Building, members *>f the Subdorr Tue.dFreich, frlet, mllk>n tlikeatpirfb. ; h ...'
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Florida and, (heir auxiliaries wilT> ,, "' : rIr
D.C. to In Jhe'( National
compete ( Mat-Hamburgers 1 h b"11J1l1uihit' ,
meet;'Capitol Cup".and on Dec,,,28. sponsora a Pro-Christinas Dinner. or' pi,,,,. .,. .. f '
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Columbus <5 Community. Each any students have a lhaire of a hot 4 lunch or "
she will gq to Ohio, to. .
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In the "Buckeye Invitational. I.. _.I' suliitl bur or they' niuy purchase" a-ls-cartev, ;. Ultrasonic 450 Messenger ". Wlttasonic' 350 Messenger 1

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School Students Key chains,cofl mugs ", '
American High are: In the language of flowers, .f'means"love" '
Marlon Kay Allen, James Michael ..a rose Of any color Crotlp.nslwalIN.much more/ ,'1 11 T -l '
Christmas Karen Marie; Kimutis, .

Tanja Rigby, Catherine Zambito .
! Brenda L. Bawek, Cheryl Furrow,
: Michelle Kimutis and}Kay.Watson. .1' ., .. .,.. )x .;l. _
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8A TELEGRAPH December 13. ISM
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I .:! BHS Tornadoes Pin 85-57 Hurting on Blue Devils


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i Tornado eager' ran 85.57 over High. i ill liilfit,, l 4PJtr+'r'r l E& \'.,? )r + S')rIe
1 Clay High in the Bradford High Next Friday, Dee 21, BHS plays i ti'11r ( ( 4 m

I season opener Tuesday night, running host to state ranked Hawthorne. a t II"; Il. (' {
i away with the game Tn the se That will be the last basketball action 1 firs tt1rtryi'I 'V'I'
until Jan. 3-4 when BHS will l1 ,
cond period and dominating.the Blue i +I
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Devil five. compete in a holiday tournament In
Clay: pressed and BHS broke the Gainesville. There should be plenty 1( f f I IZ Isy't
press easily and got some easy of competition in that tournament. Z I
baskets which keyed the decisive Class 4A Gainesville Eastside is
opening victory, according to Coach ranked number one in the state.
Mike Sexton. Point men John David ,
Francis and Robert Bellamy and
wing man Daren Chandler broughtthe IHS IS IS 27 19 U
Basketball up court. Cloy 13' 17 21 (7
All 10 BHS players played a lot in BradfordMlUmy :7-2.14, Prancli
the Senior Sam Nor 1-0-1. Normmi 5-S-1J. ChandUr, 1M-U.
opening game.
man didn't start but it was Cooper 4-0-11.Mltchll..0.0.0 H nk.n.n
Norman's 10 straight points, mostly 2-1-5, Warren 0-041 Brown -M1,
from the outside, that pushed the Mclcod 0-9-3.TotoU 37.11-M. ..
Tornado five into a :33-18 half time Clay McBrlda 3-2-, ......1". -M3, Good Drive... Big "D"...

advantage. Senior Daren Chandler, .al". .. 1-1-3. McDanM. .' 1-1-3, William BUS guard Robert Bellamy drives to the basket against the Blue Devl a.. Herbie Cooper shows his jumping ability oa Ihto defensive gm agtlasi.
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"2.Datwylar !! To'al.17.2l-17.: :
the leading BHS scorer with 23 Bellamy scored !'points for fhe Tornadoes. Clay. ..
points, hit three consecutive baskets r .1
right before Norman began his
streak.Game high scorer was Clay's
Ken Detwyler with 28 points, 18 of ,
them from the free throw line. .. '
Five Tornadoes were in double PER POUND I
figures. In addition to Chandler's 23, U.S.'D.A. GRADE A :
scored
guard Robert Bellamy 161
(points, f fron the outside and on driv-
ing k I;IYups. Sam Norman had. 13
points, Herbie Cooper 12 with a 6-7
performance under the basket, and Large
Ron Brown had 11. BHS shot 54 per i
cent, 37 for 69, from the field. BHS
made 11 of 19(free throws, Clay 23 01. t
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35.Chandler and Brown led the rebounding -

with 13 each Cooper had 7, .
and Jimmy Hankerson 6. og .1
Brown and Hankerson, both up;
from the junior varsity, were plea- m
sant surprises, Coach Sexton said.
Starters for the opening game "
were Daren Chandler, Herbie Hens. !
Cooper Ron Brown, Robert
Bellamy and John David Francis.
"We didn't look good in my eyes '
tonight," Coach Sexton said after I SAVE 30* PER FOUND
the game. The BHS five could have ,

played much tougher defense, the PRICES&COUPONS EFFECTIVE THURS; DEC 13 THRU WED,DEC..19.19Q4.YE REDEEM,FEDERAL FOOD"STAMPS. ,
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coach pointed out. .:
Bright spots were the BHS ball y

and handling the,new the-players shooting who percentage showed, U.S.D.A.. TOP CHOICE SAVE'$1-30 PER LB GROCERY, '. :

they can play varsity basketball. PER POUND
Sexton wants to use his bench as FULL CUT I Pillsbury :. :,.
much as possible to build it up. But ,
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against such tough opponents as Flour .
state ranked Hawthorne and Class4A Beef
Bnls. t .
Ora nge Park coming to BHS Fri- $ 69 PLAIN OR SELF RISING'. xs.x
day night, Sexton isn t sure how .

many will get to play. ......
Clay was 1.3 after four games. .

Upcoming Games... RoundSteak 5LB 79 F;

Bus will host Class 4A Orange ) BAG
Park this Friday night, Dec. 14, in .
both JV and varsity games starting UMfT-i WITH A$10.00 OR! MORE FOOD ORDER I ....L.' .,
at 6:30: and 8 p.m, PER FOUND COMSTOCK .
The Orange Park game should be "
tough' lest for the Tornado five, UJLDA.1OPCHQICE. TENDER ST Apple PIe Fittings .. ., .... ,21CS.1.08 "..':
Coach Sexton says. The two teams Bnls. Beef Rump Roast u2.69' TOP QUAlJTVSLJCED,1'1, ';,'.0\, I',1,, ''naja' .t.' .'"",
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splil last season team's, each.winning in the. lLaaOVER ijJl\"WI(;" '. Quarter 'T c't' .* :
opposing
gym.Tucsfay '
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Clay High. This coming girls Evette Gaines had 6 rebound, To..l. 14.14-4*. ?- V"y -
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bounding has to pick up. Those are! 7:30: p.m.; Monday Dec. 17, BHS ,, when 26 points behind says Coach ,1\1\ However:, they kept the pressure on r
the keys to the losing record hosts Hawthorne at 8 p.m.,' and Slater. Clay had to put Ita'a..ity ,Orange: Park '37 BUS: Orange Park all the way.
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Worried that Starke's southern border is vulnerable to attack by "4-, ..

Cuban nationals marching north from Miami' ,Takfl.beart.the '')r
cannon stationed at the base of Walnut Street to guard ii with 301 has 1'',
only been removed for cleaning. d

Keep your powder dry and your ..
.. For those of you who were happy that the DIg green gun disap- ,
peared from the south fork in the road, remove that smite from your
face. Unless you can overcome the forces of the National Guard stationed
in the mind of City Commissioner Charles Schaefer, you're .
doomed to see the big boomer back in more prominent view soon. ,'t< ,
On the other hand it's not town in America that can lay '
claim to having two "field pieces'' in its possession. The other piece

is down in front of the,,American Legion building. ,.

Both were formerly In/ront of the old armory across from the d 1 ...
,. high school. Wonder if they were supposed to keep BHS students Ilea r
,. from sneaking across the street to the jiffy store' But the students
persist in taking their lives in their hands for a sack; of potato chips --
and an RC, despite the traffW on 301. .
i Advocates of the big weapons may'suggest that two more cannons. plrlatl.rA' 1 '*.. 5 ,

i, are needed. .. ___ see
The first strategy would be to place the second WW-II big popper .', ',1.0'n" "' --_-.--
,I' on US-301 north to stop invading Yankees The assignment would be __ ..U. ?-,:. .'.,".-'-41' .' .",""', "'""- _____ ..sBAd

,i to keep a bead on them until they pass all the way through town, ... ..yr"; 7 ,
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} heading for St.Pete, and to fire one warning shot to those that stay .." ..,. ..: ',/' -f.,,,, ) i ""
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1 I\ more than one hour in the city limits. Naturally we want their cash "" Jj\j ,_'. :d".,.-. k ,"J 1"1.: .: ..... : .
i for gas and food, but beyond,that "keep moving." ,'., ','- "'9:" J' kite4lttlrt.Yt.K; :Y S.
We can already hear the motel owners lobbying for overnight" \ t. ; fix,

II .passes for those who ed rest before setting off for the coast. w1' ,
t Sure, a special pass could be issued but at 8 am a warning. shot ':, On Paradd... i ,
should get them on their I 4'
way. nand .
: .And, with the Yankees covered the next gun would be trained on The' Lawley Elementary'marches ': .,:i'"d-. ... '

our eastern horizon; One can never be too careful, the Spanish. could' Christmas lit parade.; top- photo In' the C, 1984/ ...,. ". "'," .., ," _, I ,1\'\', .' .. 'i, .. ,:;'" .<.... ('" ,'If I !t:
retake St. Augustine and head our way. ,
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t And what about our western vulnerability to those grandsons of .. AI right Is the third place .'

l t"' the Union County forces who once captured the courthouse and tried Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center. .
to enslave our individuality into New River County, Below Is the second place float by ..- ....-
i Seriously we praise those who have taken time and effort to beginto Bradford Florist.
Mike'
f beautify the roadways over which so many foreigners traverse Chamber Manager Cooney
t. be they Yankees or Cubaneze, Spanish or Union-Ian. And a sincere 'who'organised' the parade; says It
r-- "Thank You" to the inmates doing all the work to Improve the cannon went off without a hitch. DeWUl C.
i' site. Jones Funeral Home served hot

f By the way City Commissioner Schaefer In spearheading this project --chocolal In a'' new, twist; 'Santa' r/ 1 1 A ,
: is in need of some $2.600 in donations to cover the cost of the Claus stayed,after the parade to talkto
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j new raised granite covered platform Any contributions will be ap- children. ,
.r. preciated. Cooney Is already' thinking about.putting'
And for those of you who think the cannon should be protecting us next year's Christmas
1 In some less conspicuous way, call Commissioner Schaefer; quickly parade on the local cable-TV station
before they lift that massive metal monster upon the pod. Mis,,, for broadcast night' after the
1 number is in the phone book or you could call the city hall or, police parade, He' also planning a July 4
t department and leave a message. parade, and has Ideas of haying' 'that

If your protest fails to change i.ii..n. d,.take heart; at least our:,:4';, '.. on TVv too '.wants'to. ,-
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Next year, Cooney have
, southern border is protected. .
I sponsors of each entry turn in Wore,

. matlon and have an ,emcee to
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Warr. ; ;: ; entrlit''Saturday
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were Ronney'Harris,,
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Douglas.

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the county) but primarily where the more popular than' the other.,' but
cable system doesn't reach are locally, VHS is by far the dominant
saucers 10 and 12. feet across aimed' mode. -
'at the sky. Blank tapes for the machines are
f Thousands of miles out from the. selling for around $10 apiece in most
Y earth's surface are space satellites ,stor 2$. Recording time varies with
which relay television signals from ''the tape and how fast it is recorded.
one part of the nation to the other. Features on a VCR rapidly increase -
, Taking advantage of the system are'I' its price, with basic models urn r4I
, 'many,individuals' "who' are tired of being manually controlled while top
what is fed them from the local commerical of the line recorders come complete
: stations and opt to purchase 'with timing modes and wireless

their. own system. 'remote controls stereo sound, and
Installed, the systems begin all sorts of nice touches. Prices
:"around $1,000 for a 6-foot dish which begin around $350 and go up to just
\\Wldt't too an1 1 t '\1se about whatever you want toiwjr for
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; 'models. a camera or off the airways.. Portables I ,
!::ac;' According' to John- :Turknett of t are used much like movie

Hometown T.V. and Appliance, Ren cameras, but few people have them. ,
'r!' tfil, you can "During football season The U.S.' Supreme Court decided

\ watch any game you want to..Lots recently that private individuals can
of things you can't see ..anywhere tape broadcasts off the air for their
else. ", own personal use without violating

copyright law. .
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'. ed from the variety of.programming walk-in theaters, it appears that two
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Anyway people 'who rent video

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\ ,What is a'VCR?... Good news, for; the consumer'are

generally a video, cassette) the declining prices connected with' '
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making recordings tha\ are played. purchase prices are "
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NOTICE OF SALE, theahone Bradford County'',, Cou,- thou., In Starke validity of'' the will the corner of the SWVi"of the CIRCUIT. ,IN AND FOR
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Legal Notices .Aulitant United thauie, .'in. Starker Florida, between:?l':(XI quallflcotfon of the per- SW'/., 'of Section 22, BRADFORD, COUNTY.
Natke It hereby given Stoat Attorney.Attorney Florida between (1:00, a.m. and 2:00 p.m. or tonalreprotentatlvej, Townhip South, Range FLORIDA.ClVllCASE
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:shot .purtuanf,t '. Ffnot,, for !..m. and 2:00: p.m. on th.' 20th day el venue, or |Iurl.dic1lon) ol{.. 22 Eat, Bradford County '
: NOTK: OF ADOPTION Judgement entered on Plaintiff, "th. 20th .'day' 'of ,D.c.mber1934., .. the, Court Florida; and, run NO.,"/.4S9.CA
Of TWO RESOLUTIONS > October 3* 194 by the I1/291tch012/20: 1 .\ 'D.c.mb.rr19/1n' <; GILBERT BROWN All CLAIMS AND OB. North 99 degree 40 >,
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'. BY BRADFORD COUNTY' above entitled Court In;' '' GILBERT*. BROWN AS CLERK OF SAID JECTIONS NOT SO FILED minute Ea... 680.8Z feet 'IN RE: Jhe Marriage of:
.i'. 'BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the above ttyled coute IM.THE CIRCUITCOURT '"' ':, 'A5CLERKOFSAtDICOU.f COURT WILL BE FOREVER. BARRED to'' a point. Thence run VERNON\ MOBLEY. ,
j:, REGARDING WOODS,. the unaWttgned: United FOB:> 1"" :SyiBeulohM. Moody ," South 0 degree, 47 Husband '
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State Marthall or any of 'BRADFORD COUNTY,: ; BV: Luloh M. Moody' Deputy Clerk Publication of thl" minute* Wet.. 356.3 feel, and .-
PURSUANT to Chapter 334.10 Florida Statute., 1983'yoU hi.. duly authorliedd FLORIDA Deputy Clerk 11/ttMtchg 12/20; Notice ha* begun- ort,4"b.c.mb.r to, .a- point; thence run LOUISE MOBIEY,
are hereby notified that at Its regular meeting of 3 December .putlet will 'el! the ,. avu DIVISION ''. ? ;Il/291tchg 17/20. 11, JVM.J North. '89' degree 40 wife' n ,
1984, the Board of County Comml*.lonerii for Bradford Coup property (Itvare In trad- CASt! NO. ....,6.;K .. ...if" v t'f.; ",. Per.onaj'" nilnute. East, ,243.4 feet' >j ) ,
!y. Florida' ,unanimously! polled the fallowing i.solutlonst : ford County,' Florida,.,, .'COMMUNItY STAT A|,;:,'r' I.. ..'_..: Rep'refanIativ.tMARGARET to point of beginning '.NOVICE 6V ACTION
)'detcrlbed ell:, ;: y\ ,BANK OF' JTARKE. PIoI,..;, "!f .1. ,IN THE,aRCUIT 'COURT.: M DUFFY Continue North ;, '89. '." A.-'
: RESOLUTION CHANGING A GOLF COURSE EASEMENT the-NW tiff ..' .. ,, '- : : OF THE EIGHTH minutes 't
Commence at i -'li. -f'llf\ ,, 'INtNRCJRCUITr JUDICIAL; 3O Stratford Drive, ,degree4O,? TO: VERNON V.
ON "TRACT A",OF ARI WOODS; A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOP corner of SEX. of SCV4 of VI.,I, .". \ ': >fj ; ;: CIRCUIT; IN:AND FOR ', Summervllle; $.(:. 29483 I '.Ea.t: BS: feet to d point. 'MOSLEYV RetldenceUnknown.
MENT RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3 AT PAGE S3, OP. THE. ,SectlcN1":1;'Townthlp 9. UNOA HAWKINSEDdof .>\ fI\" COVeTFOIt' ;nBRAOFORD, COUNTY. Attorney far PersonalRapr.s.nroliv. 'v thence North 0 degree', '
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PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. South. "Range {122 :! East .....,...:-. ""''1'.: ''f.n'>,!\!;.:.-'f't! BRADFORD;COUNTY;. ', FLORIDA* .;, 7/mlriyte fasts 131.3 YOU >I.ARE ,HEREBY
2. RESOLUTION APPROVING THE DECREASE IN THE SIZE OF'THE 29 -.' ( It't 'h. ,' PROBATE DIVISION TOM feattf'i 'NOTIFIED
run B. 'tf"thMc.I. NOTICE OF.$ALl.:: :: ; FLORIDA-' INSON 'BROWN., 0 point, thence. that on action
COMMON AREA KNOWN AS"TRACT B" OF ARI WOODS: 25. feet !or' point; of' .. ;, 't OWHHON ",, I,.3 t CASK.'NO. B4-V9-CP P.A'V, \ ( j t. South ;,,89 degree, .4jt' for ,Di* olution, of Mar,
A PLANNED UNIT, DEVELOPMENT. RECORDED IN PLAT BOOk beginning' ) thenca''con. NOtl I'' ,I I. hereby .' ; "'. .". C CASE NO-;;....A3f'! .'! ; (JI-3S89; }' ,Post Office; Drawer 40 minute Wet, 43 feet lot 'rlage and -other relief
3 AT P'AGI'S3, OF. THE PUBLIC' RECORDS OF BRADFORD' tlnua E. 210 feel thence' gtven that. purtuont to'l t ';: ,' "FLHT FINANCE'*' MOrW: ; fe.' -.H' !' In .. Storke./loi-lda 32091 ,* '>olnf.on' Ihe.R/W'of' has. been filed again
COUNTY* FLORIDA. 'S. 210. feet;. thence W. the Final Judgement':. ': 'TGAGE 'INC.,;> "'r* ".;&!,', SIN RE!?:The fr.tot. 0' .: .T.I.phoe.t901/961.8172 Chorle: Court. Thence ,you' 'Intheabovetyled
;Vf'! 210 feel,. thence N. "210 entered In COM number, SOUTHERN' DISCOUNT: MILDRED: REBECA. By: Jotne* t, Tomllnson .Southwetterly 63.61 'feet Court ana!, fou> are required
Priori govern f : yourtelve, gwodftnglyijp" feet .la of ;jIng Plo'' THORNS Along on '
JT point beglnn I IN-,16. In. the CIrcuit .COMPANY, ". ".) V. ,12/062t.ch912/13' arc. having a' ,to serve a copy at
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,: riche 12/13 and containing one", Court for va Deceased \ : ''chord, 'of fete
___ ;_ __ ____ __ ___ ._,\ Bradford CourUty 27.f2 one your written dihns.s0
-' ._ 1..0. ( I let : SISK/ MARY "bearing ot South. '
---- -I ----- ------,--- (1) acre more or Kr Florida 1 will ..II.... .,HAROLD, i..yl. 4S ony.lo it TERENCE M.:
''Wi.1' CIRCUIT Florida, 35091: 1> 'on or ,Eng In NW corner of SEMof \ ,..property' iltuated |11'11' ANN TOTH, R.A. STUCK NOTICEOF UNITED STATES DISTRICT degree*;'1 3 minutes,I ,'30 BROWNESQUIRF; ,, ) Pot.Office '
IN THE
"*. ( COUHTFOaL.WIABFOfKJCOUNrfVfc. before ',24 December 51'/ ef, $Section. 4,. 'Bradford '.County, COLS L. SAXON., ADMINISTRATION COURT 'MIDDLE; : Second!W.nl to a point Drawer1 40,
< ; ty'WM and .".' theoriginal ''TowniMp 1oDutIt, .Range. 'ftor Ida. described os:: ,ALBERT C.. SMWH,:and, DISTRlcT"Ol' FLORIDA: thence': South'0 degree*. Slorke, Florida'' 3209,.
.;." ",FLORHTA'' with the Clerk of 22 Bott, aha .an aae' Y Lot ,7Ifocle ; | ., HUTHANN ,*MtTN,,," his '' ,The odmlnlttration'of JACKSONVILLE DIVISION" 4.l minutes 'Wctr.; ,91.9 .and file the Original with'
,.of,' CIVIL DIVISION this. Court awher before ,"", ,' for'. regress and .GANAOAN SUBDIVI, wife, Defendant' ''the: ettate of MILDRED,, Court No. 14.IOIt ', ;"!+., to point of'beginning ';the Clerk of >he abovetyled" .
84-600 'Service upon Petitioner' ..r..* 'detcrlbed; '.. SOro.* recorded In Flat EBECA 'THORNEL, CIvaJ 11 ;, AM lying ,In Section, ... : Cau'ron iar'
":,'CASE. NO. 'attorney or .hnmedtotely. .' Iofovn:1.eUof me NW ,IRk 2. POM 41. puMte: NOTICE Of'MI, deceased. File No. UNITED STATES'1 OF. 22. ,,Township, 6 South before 15 January .98S.
In R.i m4'Marrlog. ol ,' thereaf>MJ! :.atherwla 'corner of SflW: ol SCV& of i ? record*' :oT' Bradford 'V4-V9-CF1. 'I* pending In AMERICA, 'riolntlff, . o.ftiulf ,wlll, .beentered, Section. t1TawMIAp, S' Gwfy, 1arWa. hW IaP'lice NOTICE, 'I"nhareby.give the Circuit, Court ; far ..' ,(..un"; Florida hall.. be entered
IOW.CL"'Y HOISINGT3H. against'you"
aaalnt you ,far retM, South- Banaa. 23" ....'. ........... _, '' that, pu f to Bradford *CobnlypFlorida BOBBIE! J., FRANKLIN.'. at public ouKry to tin for the'' relief
'and' Hueband.' :Defworjoevi- -1 j Iw the, ,*r b wt t.f',, 'Bradford County' .. ,-". .1 ",!lha': Final- '-Juentered t Probate Dlvfc, f/n/o BOftBIE, J- 'MCT. '" highest( and bet -bidden quested hi.the Petition.re-.
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MMttM.-.u c".d. HOTSINGTEfNH. -, ,Ion. ,1', Ftorl o..one5 toM **..*0 ...' HI. cantfIr\f: In coM i Ion. the: --oddret .of ,C"ANT'and ;''SIM ,forcah at the' "-,4f WITNESS,.my hand and1eo1
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,..." OATBOrM 20mdayofNovember '.foot .ta e concrete monument ..v.,,of th.IMW'a9,:, a :WA52i .In thp' '\; 'C, ,' "., ; thence S.-' IB.dear the MVk at <.ctton,21J' 'Court for Bradford Count! Courthouse. lost Offke ;l.t !, ,, ; .. 'JanuaryB, sot'the' 3rd day.' of Oe vt1 HOTICII.OFAqION GUlltfS.owN', ... 40 11I- W/ TawntlMp*South. ..naat 1 tyf Florida, ,fwlK MM the :Drow.r I. Sterke, t. i, Jronf, "door.Mlrac.; ol. I9S4;' -,.
.', ClBm, OF INS COURT.., ;101' '4 .>A *. .", **..... Bmt] ,.run South 341 K.- 'property "'.lIuo'.1.I Lr Florida' ,320 l. The ,NQTCE1 SALE the :'fodf.rd County '.OUBERfS. BROWN
'1'\'. ,4'', 'lvl.IMI". "'" Mady j, W..t .Qt',501,10 f..h, I* th. PoSt: .... rot. Bradford' 'Cbwnty'"' ;' .,,name* and odd'.**.*,of;' 'J" 'Courthouse ct' Starke.* ; .'. 'Clerk of the
'TOi-jeeWARD CLAY .. :: Deputy Clerk. ',Thence .Norm Mr :3B foot ;watt 500 H.; ...... run, :.florido.d..crlb.d i "-r' '.the'personal repreien-', Notice i* ,ftereby given Pfordo. { ''"' :Orcult Courti,
HOUIIIBITON.: Metldence ,f/ll.tdIt 121.13 'to Paint at BeaJnnin :' South' 90. (t4 ttwiKa taus' LoN 1 and S of A/pMl. f.i' tall,. and tha panonalr.epretentatlve'f' the puruonf to a Final Dssefi.'Nav.mbar '261; By! Usa Alvarez' .
Unk.-.m:, ::" Own_ : ,' li* BIlMM1** BUNKV to the, '(at ins- tt:; thane lens tWlrtpawn. 1"" .I \ at* Judgement 'entered an J-. .'/ Deputy Clerk
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holiday spirit with homespun gifts?
the right sides are out.
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paper and decorated( with ribbons or gave (Uighl I This'kachet and these ,

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shows to be aired on Jacksonville'. best to answer, the,questions,Vt said ""Iwas so scared"!Greg Hughs{ they' made you laugh.. ;: The' people Hutch, 20'' DTrt 'Bike) S1
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television production on their to" show how.much they enjoyed the e'perlenc !-
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or ornamental decoration, cardboard with felt. >
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her listeners directions to and rotate slowly so paraffin will cling to Hides of giant Prick air
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; of grosgrain ribbon, 3/4 yard of become cloudy and Marls to harden. Quickly whip with electric mixer
lace optional. till foamy and slightly stiff work fat.1. Spoon foamy paraffin over. layer of
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Arlie D. Dobbs died Saturday at her'home.aftrr', Lakeland, and Verna Thompson of Alachua General Hospital, ned. Burial was in Old Bluff: Church, Mary Dampler Johnson" k,,
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Arlie D. Dobbs,88,of brief lUness. ; seven JeererNFp '
Lawtey died
Thursday, Dec. 8. The Baker County, Mrs. Barnett was barn In mon, seven great-grandchildren. Born, In Lawtey,Mr.Godwin movedto direction of ,rleral Home. Willie Mae Spires of Lake Butler;
resident and longtime Starke resl- GA,moved to the Raiford community Funeral services were held Monday Stark in isu. He was a retired Starke. Mrs. Ruth SneUgrcva and SNreJjr...; \t
I resided the First rural route mail carrier with the U.3. Reid, both of Gafowv33; two .
dent had retired after 30 of ty to where she has at 2 p.m., In Baptist ,
service with the Florida years since. Church of Raiford with Rev. Ronnie Postal ,and was a VS.Army Joe Carl Johnson William!. and Francis Johnson both ;'
Corrections. Departmentof Kinsaul officiating: Burial. followed Veteran of World War II; and wes a Joe Carl Johnson 67,of Gainesville.. of Calnesvate! ; 11 ju-aiMfchiictren. J
Mr. Dobbs, was a member She was the widow of the late Viva in Sapp Cememtery under the direction member of the First United died Saturday In the North Florida seven jjrcut-firandduSdrwri,'and two 1
Law tey Masonic Lodge No. 180 and R. Barnett and a member of the of Archer: Funeral Home f Lake Methodist Church and the American Regional Hospital after an extended BreatgreatrgrandcMidron.Funeral .
Lawley Baptist Church. First Baptist Church of Raiford. Butler. ',1"'""t Legion Post M hi Starke. Wne services! heW Tuesday t
Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Mrs. Barnett to survived by two, .rllr I Survivors Include hb sister! Mrs.' Mr. Johnson was born In Wenona, at 11 a.m. hi the Advent Christian
Lennie Roberts daughters Mrs. VemeUe. Sapp of :' Margaret Register'of Orlando) one GA, was retired from the Atlantic Church: with Rev. Cushman. Bryant i
three ,
Casey Dobbs' of Dobbs Jacksonville; Cecil lOllS Raiford: and Mrs. Debra White, ofGreenlQove brother, WJF. Godwin Jr. at Hixon, Coastline Railroad and was a officiating. Burial followed in Antloch I y
H. and ; Vernon Jbhn M. Godwin, TN; and one sister44wi Mrs. member of the Advent Christian : Cemetery under the direction
Arlie :
Joe Dobbs, both of srnsreis"H' of Archer Funeral Home, Lake I IDI1tkr.
Lawtey Barnett John McLellan dodwin, .68*> of Lucille Godwin of Starke. Church of Gainesville. '
; one daughter Loedith
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Hewitt of Tallahassee; one Sister, two sisters, Mrs Mary TroweU! of Starke, died Saturday., Dec, 8, .in No local funeral services,were, plan He b survived by his wife Mrs. :

,Edna Cason of Macclenny; one ," ', '. 1Corriere t
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grandchildren.13 grandchildren and several great I M--A vollobkt N 1GOy form b G Mp. "1


a.m.Funeral Saturday services Dec.were 8, in the held Chapelof at 11 TG&Y! ChristmaC :
Yourself
the Starke Archie with.fanner the Funeral Rev Edgar'Homeof tlave a : S t,1

I Wilkinson Officiating Masonic rites ,, .. .... ,
_._ ..... "foWl'" J, -- -.rn..t".J--; """"' were held .at Riverside Memorial --. ... -..- _m_._ -- ..__ "''-ll ., IIII S
) Park Cemetery in Jacksonville,with S ':
arrangements made by Archie Tan _:w i
ner Funeral Home of Starke i

Linda K. Lundquist Our holiday sale and clearance '1
Linda Kay Lundquist, 28, of
Starke, died Sunday, Dec. 9, at her
home. Born in Michigan; Mrs. Lund
quist was a member of the Hope'

Baptist Survivors Church.Include her husband, means great low priced' gift values. I

John E. Lundquist and a daughter' .
Monlka Nicole Lundquist, both of
Starke; her mother and father Joan j
D. Hill and DeWayne D. }mill I of ",
Keystone' Heights; six brothers'; b t, !
Randy Lee Hill, DeWayne Marshal,I S.s .
Hill' Jr., Richard Douglas Hill, ,I
Crag Allen Hill, all of Keystone I Ir
Heights and Stephen plane Hill of I ; I) _
Muskegow. Michigan ;and Milton r
Nathaniel Hill of the US 'Navy in, S. I

Japan; ,one sister, Jacqueline Fay _ \t I
Eschman of Muskegow Michigan; t 6 nit,, 1I
her maternal grandparents, Milton, I
and Cecile Phelps of Brunswick,,. gal r 5 55 1 1n I
Maine. ,1
Funeral services were held ,/
Wednesday, Dec at 10a.m.ln the! i I
! Hope Baptist Church with Rev. E.Li
Bradley and Rev. Danny Roberts of
ficiating. Burial was in, Riverside'
Memorial Park Cemetery 'In ; '", .I
Jacksonville. Donations for Linda. .
Kay Lundquist may be made to the .I
Hope Baptist Church Building Fund. !
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in :

charge! of arrangement II

I William Patrick i '1

William McKinley Patrick, 70, of (
I Lawtey, died Tuesday,. Dec. 11, at _
the VA Hospital in Gainesville. I I
I Born and raised in Johns '1
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; owned and operated a farm until his
, retirement and was a' member of 0 $
: Johns Methodist Church in 13e t:{
i qS Mississippi. !Z. I 47 4
': Mr ,Patrick is survived by his -I i \
1 wife,' Janie Christine Patrick of '.t4
.: Lawtey; six sons, William B. (Pat) I_ _. __.' k 'l I,'.' .. I _ I,'"..., \
.; Patrick' ,of the Philippine, Islands i ; L I "' } ',i.:< i
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''I alUojf Patrick, and Lawrence three H. Patrick, 30% off entire stock ladled t Glrfs'. toddlers' + 4 j.
Patricia,,Lawley Thompson; land daughters,Vorease, ; oI. nsgP s' Heavyweight Outerwear 1 "

,Jones ,both, of Starke'and Tonya Save now on Coots lust In time for winter. Junior/Missy styles Include lightweight jackets to f k n ? Nfvos rbt 's=' ,1'
" of Hampton Lake; two warm, heavy stadium coats. Rag 29.99-33.99. Girls' 4-ox or 7<>14 In nylon and blended styles. 'iti r ; I ? .
I' brothers, Harold Patrick of Brandon Reg. 17.99-42.99. Infant/Toddler sizes reg. 14.99. Selection win vary by store 55-/5-5- 5S5 "
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f.,S Jackson, Miss.; "one sister, Alice
r Parker or Brandon,Miss.; and 17
grandchildren. ,
Funeral arrangements were incomplete "
as of press time. Local arrangements ';
were under the direction ,
of Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof .
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as other kindnesses?are deeply and more Robes Viol' I and mm; Dorm Shirts Reg. 10.991016.99
gr ";teful.; Intlr* stock iof warm Robes for ladle/ i Selected Croup or comfortable Save'now on our large assortment of Juniof/ _Skirt.'Popular stylet Include}wll.. 1
/, Family Emily Bul Reg. 16,99'29., now 10991999.; polyester/cottow dorm shirts. Several polyester gabardine and more,Available In sizes. -13or 8-18.
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phone calls, visits and most of aU '
your prayers during the loss !of: our,
I )loved one, Mary Gay '"
'A'very special I "Thank You" to Mr;
and Mrs.Tanner and staff of the Archie .,,, I I
Tanner Funeral Home. ,.' '; _
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neighbors and friends Ui our recent Saws on Dressy Blouse In junior ormlsjv: Sara$10 on Ladles X-SiZO COfWirty ladles'Pamou Maker Jogging SuM,knit Junior of Missy Shirts; solids, plaids and ,F r
sorrow will always remain'with us a sizes 5/6-18. Regularly I,A'IM, 17.99 Btflzen, Asst. Sizes &,Colors No Rainor: vetour$ sryte j Sizes S-M-l_ .stripesSizes! /6.1e.R.g.7,49.17,99 }''" !
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By Mark Frlcdlln important to Its aquatic animals. rain a fight which has been delayedby Younker and Dr. Tom Crisman, of ftlM/Bif .Furniture
BCT Staff Writer 'Sheelar was popular for a the Reagan administration so far, the. University of Florida College of \ Jewelry a *a** !!M IL f .Antiques .
Sheelar Lake, a scenic body of reason" commented Goldhead in spite of international protests, Engineering, are studying the age of -t
water located within the confines of Park Manager Frank Alogna as he particularly from Canada, which the fish population and the inverter- .
Gold Head Branch State Park near looked out over the calm waters of receives a major portion of the acid brates in the lake. Crisman has Canned Fruits, Jam, Jellies Quills Pecans' pigs::, ". ,;
Keystone Heights, has been, the lake. "Swimmers and divers loved rain falling in its lakes from the In- authored several papers on the sub- Calves; Eggs Potatoes Crochet Items, ,Paintings ?
discovereed to be about 30,000. years. this area, especially on the dustrial states in the northeast ject and the general ecology of the Books WHAT HAVE YOU? .
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old. weekends when we re busy anyway. United States. area lakes. I
The Florida Park Service has been ''The foot traffic on the shore was just "It's going to be a big Issue in the As far as the possibility of finding FOfl PICK-UP CALL ,9645278; (Days)
informed that the lake is one of only too much for the natural shoreline to future,'r Biologist Younker explained. ancient artifacts on the ancient lake '
'a few in Florida known to be as old handle after awhile. Any kind of "We can't put off doing bottom. Younker said he does not AFTER 5, P.M.: CALL .782-3518
and a team of biologists, working for heavy rain and the shoreline suf something about it much longer andIt have much hope of any big finds '
both the Department of Forestryand fered."" is a problem that is increasing or Bring to Old Courthouse Saturdays 10-2:00 "
from the University of Florida,, After' rain Alogna explained, here in Florida as well.'* : ,See Page II ,
are currently studying the to see erosion and siltation occured. The Acid rain forms when emmissions Get Involved Call Your .
some lessons can be learned form .soil particals in the water coveredthe from coal fired electric plants and Neighbors
the past to apply to the future. remaining 'plant beds and other industrial, processes, are Drawing for ASK FOR THEIR ,DONATIONS .
"The lake is like a.time capsule decreased the amount of 'sun spread high into the atmosphere,
from the past commented District reaching them. When this condition where they react with rain and other "Romancing the Stone"'Dec. MUST RAISE FUNDS NOW! YOUR ITEMS WILL
III Biologist avid Younker. "The occurs the fish and other aquatic forms of precipitation and fall Into
study 'of older bodies of water 'like animals disappear.If freshwater lakes, raising drasticallythe 21, 1984 PUT STARKE CENTER OVER THE TOP!
Sheelar give us a unique opportunity Sheelar Lake were to reach this acidity count of the water and LOVE THAT VIDEO
to take a look at the changing condI- stage of irreversibal damage, a partof killing off natural plant and marine
tions in local and area lakes over the Florida's unique natural heritage life.Younker "'---
years." would be lost forever. To halt this and his group are study-
Of further Interest, the destruction diving, swimming and Ing the,bass and other fish Sheelar' I
largemouth bass within the lake are fishing was not allowed in the lake as and many of the other.: lakes'' ''P.the; :
also old, compared to bass in most of Jan. 11984 surrounding area to' study, .. their; I RENT TO O\llN, I
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>h lakes..Being this old, the lake and "We didn't expect it. to be a resistance acidity. '
Q I ,u\&tIe". ,,-dob pra\ected.II'hey"! "'.popular 'dectston" '.. Alogna'> said. "Lakes here n.' hl( ';., s .
\\I'" deptertrfon"tttagildecosystem!! that'w "- But we realty had"t\a choice"! we S 'Heghts"'arca''t* naturall 0 et' r IJ'r. ; .. r j l'1t r ., ',i"Ii.'ft [f"fYOUR' .
disturbed will lead to their demise.As wanted to save the lake as it was." acidic than most other freshwater1 + A
part of the Goldhead's recreational Biologists are also looking at the lakes in Florida," YOUnk explalned. CHRISTMASGIFT
facilities, Sheelar was open to acidity of the water in Sheelar, a "We would like to determine how ,
the public until January; 1984. study that might have some future the bass in these lakes d<) so well In''
Too much foot traffic above and application in the fight against acid these waters. .It may have some Important -
below the shoreline was causing the applications to future acid.
destruction of plant life in the lake. rain research. in this state.I HEADQUARTERSZENITH ; '



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featured camels, A highlight' the afternoon was
The Big Top arrived in Starke Several merchants bought ticket Thei circus
be resold lions and tigers in addition when Chapman was treated to a ride
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Nov. 29 for two performances. The and gave them back scthat elephants "
circus, sponsored by the Kiwanis 54,handicap persons were ableto to the traditional '|clowns and 1 on an elephant. Not to be outdone,
Club, is the.first circus, o come to' attend the show. Dimples Style aerial,performers, all to the delight i Chamber Manager Michael Cooneywas I
Starke.!in ten years. Shop; Fried Chicken Factory, Grif-- of the'audience According to a cit- '. treated to a ride during the FRIDAY 7:00.: tt:00
fin Industries Clark's Hallmark, cus buff. evening, performance.
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"We pian on this being an annual <' Charlie E. Johns Agency, Communi- ,Wayne Franzen;owner and'animal '' Proceeds will toward the club' '
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coordinator Cliff Chapman. The Jackson Building Supply were the finest ,hone act in thelnation.1: He'works !other sponsorship Special for. local Olympics disadvantaged WED. THURS., 7(50( 9:00 .
children enjoyed the show and excit- 'local businesses supporting the han- with twelve horses at one time programs
ment and the club realized a profit! dicap.at .in an amazing, fashion. ", v f ; children, said Chapman. 16 16m 16sa Starts. Vye L Dec. 19th
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News Briefs _" 'thrown through a window.
T* T.1 1-:T-7,1. ;pnd;1 orrest d.
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Arrested in Bradford County dur-'( $52.50, he was released on his own lascivious acts on a child, according! Arrested Dec. 8 for driving whileto on vacation in Beverly Hills.
week were the following recognizance. Patrolman Groves. ;'Tyson was license suspended, (license expired
individuals. Shaefer of Starke .1980),by Patrolman Groves. Messer
Stanley Noegel released after'a ,,$1,000 surety bond
Owen Irvin Carter) 77, of Lawtey was arrested Dec. 8 for. driving i L. "\ ',Was released after a $210 bond was: I I3JEV1ERLYLS I
arrested Dec. 9 for consuming' Under the influence"'by John Messer otStarkewas posted. '
alcohol beverage in public 'accor Dwight Groves, palrolman\ .. j I I '
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was released after he paid $25 court(, was released after a .$ : .. .. .. .. Iii'
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Starke arrested Dec. 9 for disorderly Orange Park was arrested Dec.8 for !KeystoneChiropractic I .
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Rhoden. Clark was causing a disturbance rants from Putnam County) by 1 "-' --
at the Bradford Hospital!, Deputy.. Eugene Lee.Bond as set at .i! Center WED. A :TNIffiS., DEC. 19 4 20
emergency room and was asked r $600, he was released'on. his, own ". 7:0g.: t: '
'repeatedly to leave. He was released I recognizance. -.,
after surety bonds were posted for. John Oylen McCauley '49, of. In 301 DRIVE-iN
total bond $577.50, Lawtey was arrested Dec. 8 for Specializing "
John Anthony Heffernan, 42, of drinking an alcoholic beverage< in .Chronic .& '.__. Cases II I 'Stark 9647484
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charged with smuggling weapons, mates. contest smuggling drugs, weapons and of the Bradford County Telegraph. The,store is patterned after the Office'
drugs and.escape tools to into negotiations Florida to McKenzie also he pleaded accepted no half a escape tools into the prison. ,They Shop, located downtown. Primary product of the store has to do with, "
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I I on three of the 23 counts pound ofrmarijua na from the sister are Claud Brian Sheffield Edwards, 43, 34 of, Starke of Raiford and; '.!? music. Inventory purchased; from Bradford Music forms the basis for the

1 against him in Bradford County Circuit 01 an inmate. and $150 to deliver the Roger G. Harvey, 31, of Keystone ,merchandise, including; musical instruments, sheet music, guitars,

I Court. package.McKenzie had worked at FSP Heights.Edwards. pianos, organs, omnichords, a lot of records, cassettes, and 45's. In addition
: Byrdus McKenzie, December 41, of Lawtey 3 to more than two years before being was released bond Dec 10 \lC" to musical instruments, you will find a variety Of sound equipment ,fiiih
entered a guilty plea after a $21,000 surety was
r taking marijuana Into the arrested In August. posted.' His court'' appearance has (stereos, speakers, radios, tuners, and video recorders). liP.. I
maximum-security prison near Assistant State Attorney Tom been continued until February 18. Mary Hall is the manager responsible for the Operation of the new

Starke on March 9. Elwell said sentencing guidelines Sheffield is free on bond and Harvey' store. Mary, no stranger to Starke, Or the retail business, was.raised i inthte ,+

McKenzie also thai pled he no contest smuggled to would prison probably sentence dictate for McKenzie.five-year A been remains located a fugitive for arrest who, according has not\:yet to, area. She has a lot of experience in retail from working with Eckerds r.
another charge in Starke and Gainesville. She is married to Bobby Joe Hall and
hacksaw blades into FSP on March presentence Investigation was the Bradford County Sheriff's Drugs ,
16 along with 50 rounds of.22- allber ordered with sentencing expected, in\ Department.. has two sons, Ronnie and Phillip. Mary really loves her new job; she says'

ammunition, which could be used were In January.Three 'other> FSP correctional of. the No case.inmates have been' charged.' 1 ?,:''in it's; right'down her alley because of her love, for music. She has a lot of
zipguns. Such homemade guns ". ,I 1 knowledge' about what people like in music. She commented) that she has';
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Panasonic video Camera ;, soul. A big part of Mary's job is ordering old records for'people. Many

SentencedFor Nathan 1). Coleman charged with A gift for Ih.whol.l.mllrTU.NL people like special tune she said, and sometimes it's difficult to find

Traffic ChargesJames driving while intoxicted, fined songs that have gone off the charts. '. > '\

Wilson Marchant was 1281.50 50 hours, license community suspended work six under months ; Mary indicated that she will spend a,.lot of time cultivating: the student

sentenced December 3 in Bradford Salvation Army supervision, must INTO f 'band sales and rentals. She emphasized that she has availablecleaningkits ,
County Traffic Court after he pled attend driving while intoxicatedDWI HOME and reeds for instruments of all kinds.
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against him.Marchant. William Doyle Hester chargedwith i At Home Entertainment Concepts home video rentals sales have
17, was sentenced to 30 driving while intoxicated, fined SATELLITE TV, ; become a big part of the business. People in this area have really gotten
days in jail, fined $1.050, license $281.50 license suspended six months I' into renting movies and taking them1 home to watch. The store has a large
ten must attend Salvation
driving suspended while Intoxicated years school, 50 tend, DWI school Army,50 hours supervision community at--> selection of titles to select from (over 200 titles in VHS and Beta). Rental ,
hours comunity work under Salva- work. of video machines'has also been :very good If you haven't used a video
tion Army supervision for the Nathaniel Thompson,Jr., no valid -- machine, why not see how you like it by renting one for the night?,If you "' .
of while intoxicated, l. .. .
charges driving driver license, fined $55.25. '
four charges of driving while license Thompson improper tag, fined ',,\ get hooked on them the way most people do,.then you can buy yours( ito .'" :<
suspended refusing to sign citation. $55.25. Questions: How would you like to' .Mary, She has name brands at popular prices. '
Thompson careless driving, fined take your pick from more than 650 Home Entertainment is a lot more than music. Vickie Graham is the
An additional charge of DWI and free movies each and month:?
$39.Alan every who brings a good choice in gifts for the home to the new store in '
DWLS were dismissed by the state Nils Gingrich no valid driver Have you ever settled down in frontof person
attorney. license, produced valid license pay your TV for an afternoon of foots\ Bradford Square. Vickie has been a long 'employee of the Telegraph .
Marchant has an extensive record $25 court cost.Edward ball and then discovered the best and ran the Hallmark store in Union County. She has a selection of
both as an adult and as a juvenile. Dwayne Hunter refusedto games weren't even broadcast to
While awaiting (this court date he sign summons, fined $59.25. your region? Hallmark gifts and cards plus many other gifts and stationary? items. If
was arrested again on similar Hunter improper tag, fined$55.25.. you are looking for stocking stuffers, or a gift for the man or woman in '
charges, spending over a month in Walter Guy while Answer; Tuning in to Satellite TV your office, you will find something unique and affordable at Home
jail."Considerable license suspended, produce valid answers all your questions about Entertainment. .
amount of time and license pay $25 cost. satellite TV. See the dealer below fora .
effort has been spent on this young James Benjamin Smith improper free copy. But hurry-the supply\ is Vickie stated that you owe it to yourself to come see her or Mary at the .
individual by local law"enforcement tag $25 fine: limited. new store, before you make your major purchases'for the ones you love:
and the court system, according to
Smith improper equipment, $15
the state attorney's office, who fine Carlson ) Why not consider; a quality gift at a reasonablepice.RECORD .
described Marchant as a "plague on Horn Jol.llll.$yt.m..Inc. .. ?
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criminal As a juvenile offenses he was including charged traffic with The following defendants received 473-2666 \ '!! OF =
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charges before he was old enough to disposition
Misdemeanor Court December 3.
obtain a driver's license.
James Isaac Smith charged with
Marchant was given credit for the
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following court Dec. 3, said In-.
vestigator Wiley Clark. violate no laws, must work and
attend church regularly.
Kimberly Langford charged with
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BC Traffic Court laws, complete GED, seek employ U.S. 301 SoUth

Scheduled to appear before Judge ment. --777 Bradford Square
George H. Pierce December 3 in Walter Lee Henderson, Jr. charged -
Bradford .County Traffic-Criminal with drinking public placed on Starke
Court were 82 cases. The following court probation 60 days, seek
defendants received final disposition. employment,:violate mi laws or 60
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large amount of marijuana to under- than 20 grams of marijuana.Green's were taken to Bradford Hospital. Six automobile accidents. Two calls
Reduced to $200,000L cover agents. bond wan set at $200,000 transports were to Ala hua General were to people in emotional crisis From, Chamber.';;
J. Norman appeared before Kenneth Clyde Johns, 51, and Hospital five to Shanda,,two each to and one person was dead on the arrival without the Christmas;
Judge Elzle Sanders Tuesday afternoon Charles Lyman Green, 69, both of Rescue Run Report North Florida Regional, VA,'Hcccptio'n of Rescue. Someone is responsible for (he ,targewreath
spirit
(Dec. II I> in Gainesville at a re- Lake Butler area were arrested by Medical Center in" take Butler One call was to a stabbing victim the door of the
quested bond reduction hearing. State Attorney's Investigator P. R. Bradford County Rescue responded and St. Vincents in Jacksonville. one call Was alcohol'\ related,one call leaving .rf Commerce
Norman's bond was reduced Beadier Saturday at the Ramadd Inn to 75 calls during the' month of One transport was to Naval Air Station to an overdose victim and two callsto Starkc-Bradford Chamber;
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total of $2UVooo for the Bradford a on 1.10 and Lane Ave. in Jacksonville November,according to Emergency Hospital in Jacksonville., a gunshot wound, victim. Four office. "
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County drug( charges: Norman was Services Director Cliff Chapman. Sixteen calls were illness related, calls were to obstrelic patients. Or perhaps they :' .
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returned to Duval County where he In October Green contracted to 53 calls required transporting and eight were to people with cardiac Four calls were cancelled and Christmas wreath
Is confined to the county jail. sell 700 IDS. of marijuana flown In 22 required no transporting. problems and five'calls were to PIpie three were false alarms. Anyway the big brauUfut
In a separate hearing before from Mexico to the undercover Two runs were made by the backup with respiratory problems. Citizens are reminded the numberto was taken from tho! door sometime
the first of unit and one patient was Eight calls to Intra.lma Bradford Monday evening while a meeting
Judge John J Crews, defendant agent. Saturday delivery were persons call in County is 9644161for
Johnny Blaine Thompson's driver, 88 lbs was made. Green and Johns transported by S'at( -Finghl. \ and four.calls were to pcr- Rescue. was going oil inside the Ch'tICI"',

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Lake Butler Men firearm and placed on $100,000 bond.
Held Green was charged with traffick-
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