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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 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04397
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Replacing damage to English- damaged! walls, carpeting., and fur su s' eo ';'coverage through' the Fire Smo" uJdered.. Morgan( said four steel beams in
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social studies building I which burn- niture. 10' COnsortium that provides, the center of the building sagged l and
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-' ,:, Fantastic Display... ed Dec. 12 at Bradford High School The lower bid of $67,917 is to 'a '1.o:: deductible policy Up to$140o00Remaining Fire'Marshall E.G. Aid sa1"tletocksin 1 warpea trom tne intense heat. He ,
will exceed $400,000, according to restore Building II, ,the administrative costs are the building went off.at 6:15: p.m, said televisions, used in the school's '
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;'t Santa Claus will be at Mrs. estimates presented to the school offices and library, and covered) ,by a policy. with Lloyds of Aid said the fire may have closed circuit system;meted, as did x .
: Louise Ward's home from 5:30 to 8 board Monday night, Dec 17,. Building III, math and science Loirti1''m smoldered above, the ceiling for'93much .typewriters'; <., ,,
p.m. tomorrow Friday, Dec: 21). Cleaning up connected smoke classrooms. ",I'' as three hours before1 being He aid the small, red' fire alarm "
Mrs. Ward Christmas lighting damaged buildings will cost another Building V, just Welt of the burnedout I';,1"2' discovered.Board pull boxes. on the interior walls ,
display is the best around, as usual. $80,000. structure, appeared tw be fairly M an'tVon't'Guess... member Jim Lawson said' :melted like candle wax and ran
People can be found strolling or Architect Don Morgan who free. of damage put; some clean up > Some students. told him .that they down the walls as much as 60.feet
stopping their cars by the side of designed ,the structure- in '1970, 'may be necessary, BUS Principal AWhough Morgan was reluctant to noticed the corridor leading into;:the from: the center of the fire. ..
the yard on the comer of Pratt and outlined the structural damage to Jim' Duncan reported speculate about the origin of the fire, structure seemed. war/ner; ., 'than; '
Orange Streets in west Starke. steal beams which sagged due to the he(8ld" the fire marshal had ruled usual that day. New Plans Shown.. .' ,.; ;

There is the annual Christmas heat of more than 1,000 degrees. The oujv vandalism: decorated After viewing ,the remains last,. "i' ,Morgan, the 10,800 .>' .!
parade and the city's lighted water heat melted television, sets and Complete Replacement... ,Christmas trees as the cause Thursday, Aid said the fire may; -''square-foot.'facilitycould be '
tower, but Mrs. Ward's yard is the typewriters. Supt. ''Tom .Casey, said' 'the in- VA,#employee arrived the school have started because! of faultywir by August for use in the completed next r-.
highlight of the Christmas seasonin Clean-up operations in buildings surance carrier would make a deter 'sa.'sl'rioke and called" the StarkeFJr'e ing in the ceiling above the corridor,. school 1 '. .. .' j' > .',
Starke anticipated and ap other than Building I,will soon begin mination what work is.done, but 'Department just 'after. 6 p.m. He said, the flames burned year. \;' :''..,, ;r't1j':,,. ,
predated eight years, accor- by Haynes Enterprises of the board received bids to.expeditethe SufjC ,Casey said.n'arrlved: about downward on the wood' used, as ,, '.." \' t, ,'t.: .'I. r" ,\,,"," P tl1 .-
ding to an anonmymous letter mailed Gainesville. The' board received a process, Casey said the board five, minutes later and the power to classroom dividers'' in the center, of' ( }::1 ;:: :

to The Telegraph.The ,bid from two firms to clean smoke pays for 100 percent replart; >mmt in- the buildings was.cijt off; fh)* building. see'l., :. :, '. :
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Alton, from Jacksonville, ): : ,.merchants:: .are' .seeing a: <
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Green Cove Springs; Jimmy Starling 'improved'since:' last ygar, with an
from Miami, a formef,Starke J '" ,'eptimate: of a 10 percent(: increase, "I. .
native now a highway patrolman in 'tn lef\tlol\ ried by one store:. ; 1
Dade County, Inez Kelly of Starke, .. :,L"A\ Ma Indications are that the Christmas '-
her sister, and daughter Mary Ella '. seas ij; \which began.', earlierthisj t:I
Watterson and Johnny Waterson ., .7.I': : ,. : : : ,lear,, ,wlt' result in sales for area
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from Starke : merch+gGaver'1983k; ,both because. \
The telegraph suggests the Cityof ;; '! ;people: .are: spending more'' Starke help Mrs.'Ward with her : because<,folks'are 'patronizing -the''
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December electric bill., i. 'good* 'and services available:from-
; ; 6 'stores'in.their o\yn hometown, '
_,. Next Pecan Auction ; Merl\;\ an&s'also beleive that more ,', '1 J .
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tJa (Thursday,Uec O) at inc priced> karltlw eJt.ltteJrt+ ltt'i .,,!'r' b
Stare State Farmers Market on larger cities and that people,!,wit "
US-301 north in Starke. y.j ".' ., ; 1d h+ ? not go out of town ,if it can.be bought'*' C'.
Market Manager Bobby Allen 1.. latua t +f rly, f t ''t r,; i at home;
/<' says the auction will continue as a ?s : t '1; f'f'a. As always, some particular Is
long a volume is sufficient and r.'S, the'' choice of most children.tot he

buyers continue coming to the .. favorites this year seem to
market. ;year's number 1, the Cabbage Patch

Prices this fall are down due to c, ;" .' .,.' :' doll. The newcomer is tranformable
plentiful nuts and especially the i ,I' "," .n' :. .'- "_., robots. Neither toy' available in
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::,.:);: 'large mltles'in store local or
plentiful supply of off-quality nuts qu : any
Allen says. The auctions have had ':,,: 'Available Cabbage Patch **
some very good quality nuts and ', ..:.' dolls sold;,out immediately upon
some low quality If they're not I "," ,. receipt .
real good nuts the demand is not i '" In another*move to provide more
there for them. t i services to- area shoppers, most .
Recent prices, in general, are '. stores will be open for business this
30-40 cents for seedling 4040( for Surveying the Damage... 'II"i Sunday, Dec:, 23. including' several .
Stuarts and around 25 cents for stores in the central downtown core: *.
Curtis. A few Randalls ran around Operations Director Lennard Register, right, looks over the burned out prehlecl'n Morgan,'-who designed the bulldlng.bullt In 1970 for 1180.000, which will be open from 1-6 p.m. I
40 cents. portion of Building I at BUS, the fnglish-ioclaisludies building:,, Adjoining school buildings damaged by smoke which came In through > The floral business Is having the .
At the Dec. 20 auction Allen will Intense heal melted the lops of desks; typewriters and television scU the alf-coin litioning ducts, wilt be cleaned up by !the time school reopens usual Christmas rush' that,, always

talk to growers and buyers to see if Fire alarm casings melted and ran down the walls like candleway, sayS i iWho's 'after.. : the t(;!.Christmas holidays,.says.. Supt. Tom_ Casey, occurs at Christmas: } .j,, ; ,., ,

more sales are justified. ,.. ... ',;Barbara manager', ', 5 '
Pecans should be weighed in bet '.a .N Gior'' ; of., ,
'* W- Lady Bug Florist,sates that more '
ween 8 a.m. and noon, separated by : '
variety and bagged in cloth bags. 'people are purchasing"permanent ,
Cash buyers, except those licensed Responsible for Shoo Guard :Crossings ? arrangements than ever before, and' ,

and bonded, must put up a $25 cash "that, "business'has beei\,Very- .-good,. v \i'
which will be credited to 'iW* i iWilson's .
deposit butreiterated
purchase, refunded in cash in case School crossings. Whose respon- Principal Wayne McLeod told the;; blem, the' : school.. officials got through passing the '- Florist .o vner .Bill'" .
there is no purchase, or forfeited if sibility is it to patrol school cross- school board of Starke Elementary'6 /.B stem IS liability, buck. Wilson has had,','a steady flowf'with .
the buyer fails to claim his pur. ings? problem with the busy SR-16 which' y\\::\\ Chief Jimmy, Bftweii says. 'a ";Tliere'are;: not warping signs approaching a lot of permanent; type I orders areouj, q ,;' l
chase. Not us, say school officials. Board curves by the school just before intersecting ,policeman-patrols the SU 18 when a' SS on Colley Road from Hei expects theorders' for'')Jive. ,,;\"J'';,
policy states the school stem is : US-301. Cars approachthe 'paCrolmamia./available. ot on an as theSR-100. Mrs:Taylor said, adding powers to pick Up as,Christmas dayli t : \; ,
responsible for students from, the school crossing at a last rate of ,can basts,l ,she'd ;approached both 'approaches. 'x'j, lf''tDorothy ;

Early Copy Needed time they step onto the school speed coming into town, McLeod' The one school crossing; guard Is ;Police previously Bowen''' and : "
For Dec. 27 IssueAll grounds until they leave school pro. pointed out Most of :the time, on Orange Street at the entrance to Utilities. Superintendent Merrill Starlfng'' 'at'' Juiii's i '' '-' ..'
perty either.by foot or by steppingout McLeod says he patrols the cross. .Bradford, Middle School. and is paid'by 'Dees.,, 'Florist has seen a types of news and advertising of a school bus. in' -, the school board Vice-Chairman Vernon Silcox pa", from 1984'with many," customers'.1,'r ," .
both classified and display, Not US, say officials of the City of Supt. Tom Casey pointed out that '_ :Chief Bowen says when there\ no' tiently,tracked the reponsibility of 'buying arrangments .featuring 'c.
copy must be in The'.Telegraph office Starke. Ifs a parental responsibility'to McLeod may be .extending the-,;i*money the parents must get involvE .who would do what down., seasonal greener such, as. ,hoUr. ;
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by noon Monday, Dec. 24. see,they students get safely to school board's liability by going oft!"E Parents. the school system and .told, cedar, and pine.Bradford' ', '
Bowen him
.The Telegraph office will be open school, points out City Commission the school grounds to patrol.police department 'could, get Chief Jimmy I "
Christmas Eve until noon .Jimmy Crosby. The. 13-man city students.. 'V';/.together and solve the problem, 'before the /meeting he'd have a sign ;Florist, owned"by' J Nor- "
Any copy that can be submitted police force, with two patrolmen on McLeod said elementary, without spending too much money 'out there tomorrow said Safety "ma Donn, ''report* 'that'purchases; '
today (Thursday Dec. 20) or Fri- each day shift, and working three students couldn't be left unsuperyis-., Bowen suggests. Training could be Committee chairman, Com mis-. have been steady'spread evenly beff"ween '
will be greatiy' appreciated by 'provided, he adds. sinner Jimmy Crosby. Jr, live and (i ( orders.
day shifts lacks manpower.to guard all ed. A car almost struck a student the;;. '. '.' artificial',
the newspaper staff. crossings. Special notice is requested if Southside Elementary parent "The bottom line is, a kid Is goingto A::sign will' have:to,,be borrowedBowen ,. Licat'merchant,: $ sellingotheiate ; '
.. news cannot be : 'Colley Rd.Sign;,.. then said,' searching for an' reporting ;t ieast,
advertising or copy .Mrs": Cathy Taylor brought up the dart out in front of a ear and get;4. equal sill '
submitted until Wednesday morning "(subject: of guarding school crossingsto. hit, and everybody is going to'stand; Mrs. got the city council to answer* The'chief said Wednesday, to last year'whUa expec"' -
Dec: 28 i the school board'Monday night there and say 'Jt ,isn't'myfaultV'' | f agree to place and school zone and 15 he borrowed a sign from the county; tang' heavier"sales Up"to.the last shop-." '"
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j r-The! Editor and to the Starke city'commissionTuesday McLeod said. ;:-ftJ iMPH speed sign,on Colley Road at! and it should 'already be in i place on ;ping day;. ',' '?, _

night. ,Casey said the Understand!' rite projr ISouthsideElementaryJonce the,city: ; ,, ,poHeyRoadr. .. -4, ., "I '
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Clinic Casey at t .: .. ". ,, .* : ',,,,best sales of items car '
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f prospective clients the second and Speculation remains open as to where Tom Casey will land. .;Jen M ,S when JK CaSey said ''s'i er.the meeting' he di&itf:understandwhaVthe: ttorl1ri;'';- ,' '.Kim Johnson of BarfcockY soya* 'I
l fourth Thursday of every. month newly elected Supt.,Jim Duncan is sworn; into office? '::'.I'tr' : !had said and: that he'd have to-study the wording from Tallahassee, buwlnosd ill'-'aboutU. same'so-ton%"',,"
r from 9:30-11 a.m-' ,', ;. 1; However< }the'hioh-.schopl prlnclpalship pays In. the ,neighborhood of itemand'; ,M' ,<'''
butthet'eiectrnnia ; !
For additional information phone, It's Duncan's choice.: He can SIJ11PlY'exchange positions ttdlit Case $35ooo.[" .It is".thSighesipaTd,1Kosi0.onJnthe! ?: \ "system;..other fhan.the; ;,reckier''chtr4 are,selling 'better'Johnson ,
.. Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. Who,, would replace him as principal of Bradford High .Sahool/,,The"',, / tupcrinttndenil:; ', :' 3 M.M 1 r. .", state that'-'price* on frwfW1;< :If, !1.
,. in Gainesville at (904) 372-0519: .superintendent however, has authci ity to'assign principals andteacbers"'* ;{i ">Last month Supt.Casey Asked the school board to paylbis teririlnalpayR '\\:1: ,ducts in Starke competitive with *'. "
; Please DO NOT phone the' \ anyWhere he want them, even in the niickiU of t tM!! school.yenr,,.; '.. q" 'accrued unuseil.aick leave and unused vacation,on the basis of his salary cities 'and tthouild stay
large people
;.: Guidance Clinic which will not be All .'S as superintendent In that! case, Casey said; held be Willing to'retire immediately. :
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Objected to.the Telegraph ''saying he,wall t,trying to, \ ,
: able to help with legal questions Ca$ey : '.
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I says Robert H.Graddy' executive ?_ /! 'made on or before Jan. a; and that Principal to operate witl*.Ml staff tj;<('' ,,make,a deal wi! ',the 'school board,. Ne Just.wanted to know where heS -Terry and Carl Mimi.u(Westerifc) .

; director. "I'd love It/' said Casey, when asked how he d like\ to be peaipal'of stood, Casey said. Auto believe>that' ,the Chrialm ,
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t" ,. w BHS for the rest of the school year } -. '- ;, .:; The board la he8 Casey I : ; insure of'what' to dor ; begun, earuain ,
t. ,. -"It's,,a logical.choice,,Duncan said,, especially considering? Iba''iiehool 1 "I air,and has said dw whatever any otheramaidyM.is M terminal duet : ; v\ytses I. tUst,.
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: 9 '(f' principalship will be the only mid-year, ,and Casey H ''I:M But if Casey' w.N day w high fthool pay 'fjl'sealfoJt 1 !
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: ,I""i" continuing contract as an administrator/ ,' ,, b : can be based ow iHe salary he wouM $*ra currently as high,' school prinfcipal : ="", ,' ,':
:.. ." ', .. would like to BHR BMt { !r)t I 1, 'or much higher than Casey'i selllry'when.he-, was',last, a,( a4, IIt'
'".. ", .,.'", Duncan bring in an outsider hymn :! ,'ther kreluc" ;, ;x Pate & ''''''" !
". 're to move principals around in the middle .. .mmistrator, a't' in
? of a ......JIIIf.! his cake'and eat it ,too. they}came < "j, m
Jt. ''''''/1 "" ,. ('Case> ,,;l8t be placed somewhere If he doesn't decide toschool.systeim : Either way..' th<<.wily Casey cart \ '

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..., Street! has recently been refurbished and won the December Business! 'fi rirw
riz Improvement Award fur new owner Freeman Register III. i
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I INNS, the year,the building was constructed, on the second story. I .JiJ"" ,
Register was inside trying to push big bolls through the thick walls. .' "
Above, Business Improve Committee Chairman Susan Faulkner Red .. ttJQ VGU.l JJ J/: .

\, dish Chamber presents of Commerce.Freeman Register. III with a certificate from the. ?re ... ',

The Bradford County Bank was organized in 1889 by "Messrs Sadler
& Hacked, with a capitol of 'Z5OOO.ln 1894, Nelson T.:Hitch bought a ', !. Durrance
half interest and purchased the rest in 1897. The bank moved,Into its
"new" (now old) location at {'allyalnut, Sis, In July 1914. g Pump & Supply Co. ,
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71 Earn Straight-A's at Starke Elementary... of "
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The 71 students earning straight-A's at Slarke Elementary for the second Jarvis, Kelly Thornton, Dana Newgome, Wendy Thornton, Melanie all '
in of '
six-weeks grading period ending Nov. 16 are l-r): Hinds, Calvin Walker.t_ praise ,, ,
First row-Jasons Thompson, Emily Hartley, Naklsha Williams, Teresa : "
Underhill Greg Moss, Angela Jenkins, Kimberly Purvis, Chris Fourth row'rIm Barber Kocto Reagan, Lisa"9lillingsworth', Jason our blessings/, ;/ ..:'
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demons Stepahnle Sellers, Candice Norman, Jonathan Smith, Estella ,
w: Crawford Michelle Osteen Julie Walker. .
}>enton, Iyan,Uetldihh, .Ius, >Ui\ Brown Andrea ,Ilewrtt Joshua llauger, ',:. May love, hope ( .:, ,
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J ''''Second four .80n.' Chris.Newsome/ir\ JfteneejClenioiwyKliTiKuSj ) J., t' iw r>,. l La _. "
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&; "..t.P.Udrieu.--"f: etb.W.W&i1I hi! ,Jushuo'IC rLtftt I fJnoal \tIt!! f"jflhl{ pw';IJuljt I lfrU''t1 ,,*pQl ,l 1 'N IlIM Cftniy.tJ, hW6rd A Jv.1q'"Cross. !till.., ..n! 'l9f11' 4'j.ft."P ..... \, .,1 C, .
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'tasha Powell. Deana "' 'our"M .J<"
Holiday: Ashley Burkhalter, Michelle Boat- ;prevail in !
Third row April Gaskins, Ann Parrish, LeAnn Carlton Jim Spears wrlglil, Shannon Elliott, Pamela !''4llerson, Patty Martin, Timmy Manning '
rJ Donald Hardy, Robbie Bassett, Stacy Crawford, Erin Jilansell, {'aNandraMore. Beau Ely Kevin WoliMlard. & 7 hearts and :. ;, .'
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r.y (from page 1 a joyous day.appreciation : ,;" :'. ;:'
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gu ulf, lie said the fire uppaitmlypushed ;
w Morgan showed some preliminary Heat Detectors Fail... smoke above the roof and it t ". ,'1,
plans for rebuilding the inside of the Morgan said he didn't know why was carried into the other buildingsby THE BRADFORD : ::1.\( ::" ti ,
structure to include 10 classrooms, heat detectors in the structure didn t the air conditioning systems COUNTY TELEGRAPH In of the : It) .
0D rather than the present 14, because Published I \
r i the state now requires more space ovary Thursday uerypleasantassoclatign. :,t'. '): ; :
= per classroom. at 133 W Call Street ",:,., ;'I
There was no discussion by the Starke, Florida 32091 1? we enjoy with you. ,''"': f: .,' .i .
0 board as to where four additional V-. ,'I'
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classrooms would be located. I postage paid at j" '
I Starke, Florida ,. : ,
0u A Smooth Move. i i r : .
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The 600 students in English and Subscription Rates: !: : ) '
social studies in Building I, were ,In-trade, area: $10.Ob per year+' WILLIAMS JEWELRY ,:; .,, ,-:

moved to the Vo-Tech Center beginning V t I r" $5.50 six months I 100 E. Call St. 964.7064'gyp:,!iJfi '
n Monday after missing classes I'I. ': .
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= due to the fire on.Thursday and Fri Outside, area: $11 Sq. Shopping Ctr. 964-8485rii, "v f! '
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=3 into space formerly occupied by JJ .-
: :s vocational teachers. Vo-tech \ 11'Ll1Ih "I ,'
r= teachers moved their students into 1iL1 }: ;'.'

1 shop>> areas rather than having a 1E =ilH.J .' ,'.
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:j less desirable space than the high '.. ,; ;:
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= BEA President Julie Miller "
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sJ JT*: school the emergency.employees at every level in ieace. (Jn Earth. :, :
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=,> Board Chairman Pat Spengler 4
; : complimented administrators ,fVVdWIlI ;,Ali Men. '' : '
= Casey Duncan and Smith, for theirS :), ,
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y .Proceed Post-IIaste..< I 8. Warmth, 4t: ;

= After hearing the 'architect's r we'd like to wish,you and ," ,
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J :'report on estimated damages BoardS .r ," w ; i \"
member Rodney Hall moved that t r your families a very: Merry .tt.j
r Morgan proceed "post haste" to get '" ..,..
li a contractor on the job and begin Christmas s seasonilled,: ,, :_ \'
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had been very cooperative in replac-: ) ; :;l ':< :'A
fZ Ing items lost in the fire and the L beina so uk u. ;
I cleanup of Buildings II and III .:( )
s: should be completed when students .

.s"U_! returnYear's Holidays.from the Christmas, New eg y I r HomeCenter ; i

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Si "professional done :
job by city and ",;:;'
0" county emergency personnel get-* (Across'from: Highway patrol 'Station). I ,4
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ling the fire contained quickly. May ; ? ': ;S
the feeling friendship': ;
*" 2303 N., TempleAve.' StUkefPhptoe'964.441R'ar Horida'
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THOMAS AUTO PARTS ;
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.: :ventilate the structure and after the ,.. ,
g;:hole was cut! in the roof of Building I, .,' '"
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' : Students to Perform Christmas Play .
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The One-Thirty Players (a drama played by Brian Kendrick, and the .r'i -
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J School\) will be teaming up with the can In "Little Lamb, Where are 1130: -Player, Includectroiiif Icf I to
t chefs of the St. Mark's Episcopal You!" The third play will be "The right on the front) Yvonn fltt'JQ, Don i ? r!
Church Junior Youth tonight and Little Stars of Bethlehem". Zurfluru Kevin Boot l and Si >ijEtwni'an' 1
tommorrow to give the Community a Following a 15-minute Intermission On the bark rows ChristinmjErimmas, } vI
:1 delightful evening filled\ with good the audience will rekindle the Wendy Young,' Julie Fergllsonof' ,,.Sliawiia
I 'I,' food and live drama. nostalgia of Christmas from. l long Blum and Kristin Vfennle.rrL,; :' '
,I,' The dinner theatre will be held at ago-with the story If the poor cobbler ""J"I
.i1'", the Parish Hall of the .St. Mark's and his wife who are waiting for I .!;J,
Episcopal Church in 'Starke with an expected Visit from the Lord.' r: .
dinner beginning at 6 p.m. and the This play, "Waiting for the
play beginning at 7 p.m. Christmas Guest", will be followedby r fll
f. Tonight's performance, Is already the last play of the evening, The
sold out, but tickets ,are still. royalty, play, titled "The Least of
i available for Friday night. These', will, bring laughs and
I Thick, hearty homemade Jew tears. All will
i possibly surely Let heart
t I ? vegetable soup by the bowlful; crisp, please.Friday. .. every irejoiee., .
'l'' fresh crackers; and coffee or tea night's agenda deletes I
will be available for the famished "Santa's,netirement," and "The Little
J theatre-goer from II tq':45 p.m both Stars of Bethlehem" in order to
\ tonight (Thursday)) and,*friday add "The Christmas Question", a ti71o I
'y ,, night. '. delightful play directed by'eighth-
" The first'play tonight.. 'Santa graders Holly Shields and Micki 1 t
Claus's Retirement".will begin at 7 Becker. t 1
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p.m. r, *' Supper with the plays is$2 per per liOY dllrhz'lil
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It will be followed by a dialogue son, Come ,and support Starke's. 1
between the old Shepard, ,Amos, .youth in these activities 1a


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Join in Christmas Musical Tonight<<:>> IN. CVERyfllinq you do." i r.

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The combined youth from Welch, pigs; Emily Corbine, Bob- ,HArpy YSMar1i'
0rooker Baptist and New River Bap- bier Sue Fletcher, Roseann Jones, L
tist Churches will present a Tammy Jones, Amy Melson, Corina, $. Boutique Plus
Christmas musical entitled Sumner,Michael Tolleson,children; '
"Stranger in the Straw/!' based; on Christina Bath, Mary; Kelly Dyal, 222 N.. ferrjiple Avenue Starke I '- :
the birth of Jesus tonight (Thursday, Joseph; Jason Corbine and 'Josh .-- dr ti'1J '
Dec. 20 f) at 7'p.m. at the Brooker Crawford, shepherds, and :Phillip j :
.. Ball Park under the open skies. 'Crawford Josh Lewis, and Johnny I
The public is invited to attend. Prescott. Wise Men; .
The cpntata was first presented The youth'choir members, are:
Dec. 9 at Brooker Baptist Church. 'Ginger Adams, Jeanna 'Andrews, 1
The youngsters range in age from Billy Barnes, Patricia Bath, Sara j
kindergarten through 12th grade. Crews, Lisa Drawdy.Suzanne Dyal, > n the spirit _
They are directed by. Drew Andrews Tonya Eckman, Amy Fletcher, Mit- of the
youth director at New River chel Gainey; Stephanie Gainey, Tish i season,
Baptist Church. Gosh, Debbie Parrish, Christ! Starl- our warmest
The children will appear 'in full' ing, Kevin Starling, ,Sabrtna.SLarli +
costume for both performances.The .ing, Michael Stilwell, Audrey Stone, 'S ;w ) ; wishes of 1' M
characters'1: Vince Robinson, a Russell Thornton, Priscilla Welch, i # '
.'. donkey; AmyCrews and'' Shondee The students!practiced once each peace on earth '
Lewis, cows; Roxanne Kelley and Week for,two weeks then'twice per '
.' Wendy Wilkins. calves; Matthugh week thereafter since the first! of October and joy to all Iu the miracle of Ills.birth, ., '
Crosby, 'Carrie Fletcher, Julie ;, as well as attending regular' f /
Robinson and Wendy Williams, church services and keeping up with .. .,
lambs; Amy Hallmark: and Rebekah school work. 301 and the message. : off: faith, liofic aim!

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peace.
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(from page lA) merchants over 1983, both because .0' '., 'Dr. & Mrs. Carlos M. .Hernandez
till Christmas Eve. Sales have been people are- spending more and 'T. ':+ :' .
particularly heavy in gold chains because folks',are. patronizing the Family & Staff
and charms 'as compared to, goods and services-available from.
(' stores.in their own hometown: ,
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:-I-1-.> downtown areahas- "been ery'
pleased with the reception we have'
received front Starke shoppers."
She adds, "I do feel like residentsare ou have our
giving at-home merchants a.
good chance, rather than first hoppIng g insurance of a.
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says business is brisk, with card 47i:
sales doing well. ,tJ +'

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,,that sales may end up Increasing by. happine.ssr
< 10 percent from 1983. Sales are partiucularly -. s Mr NAFA gifts at unKea offiargafnBuy saving
,strong in the toys of s
choice, lingerie, ,and. electronic: '

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"0)), '.: Indications are that the'Christmas v Ixj4 GREASE 100'EXTENSION ,
season will" result in sales' for area, ,
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i'. "All power I. ii. trtirt"',' Johns Agency, Inc.. .
;, Benjamin Disraeli $3.97 $9:97,1
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: ""A', t/ ,/. I / action for sure perforrpancev\ Quantifies' ''Heavy dutellten810n'cord for I Indoor or"
,; ., ''':/. ".:; i limited 899-1241 outdoor use.Always handy,Come In now.'

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I' ) Workmate!!)
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NAPA 19 Tool Box
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: ; COUPON' O V Here a gift they'll use for secure,all-
,".r. '.. t/ Space saving Workmate*, work center, A,.purpose storage of tools and supplies
J':', it Vise jaws open to.S'V wide, 23Vf"width"with ; ; -, Regular suggested retail-r JI4.99 .
rule on front Jaw, Quantities limited ,

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,: ,. .. i NAPA'Toy "Hoick

., Ins rough It's tough Its ready for'
Bl 'WitiiPict-f) siiiotla warmth:,, great gift forcar truck ooatowners, sturdy steel with stay-on wheels and1
"' .|2-fbot cord plugs into the lightei; for non-toxic baked on enamel paint.
io.. Ill 'We'd MiiTe ftd.,wisli,ycuf i andycur utility of emergency uses, Regular suggested retail i-S 16.00
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retailS21.2t
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': ,. .,' IJ, nk.you"for'hkHt. ,'1flkM.: ; Baikamp.Creeper Buy' NAPA Eleven Piece

Hand Tool Kit
If$a gift they've always wanted now,
: : ,,' BRADFORD 'CO, COURTOUE OFFICIALS: here It Is at an Incredibly loW price.A, The versatile gift anyone would love to
;j'; : ,......yAI".rtr. *...sass, .. .Es5 Ba5'TiCaNChe1$ "1' solid hardwood frame creeper for havrf Easy storage case Is packed with
" 1'A,, Piste.?J...e,ChsnN: Court ,lJMpIIleddl.f':" ,; !, reaching the tight spots.u ete' enqualitytootsforallroutinerepairs'Regular .'
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SANTA FE'COMMUNITY COLLEGE, STARKE CENTER "'TIsthe season to be,joltyi andalso own value on the gift for con- Chamber of Commerce, Guy '

the season when the! holiday sideration by the IRS. StartingJan. Andrews for delivery to tfi ;:

Below.is a listing,,to help you quickly see the tax,saving advantages of providing a cash gilt,' to the Santa spirit al'ct' fear of the IRS. join 1, 1985, value of the gift must dowment Board mem jrs.. .;
Fe Community, College Starke Center Project forces'to demonstrate the biblical be determined by a qualified ap- Donors wishing to mail Boers

,: If business are'in teaching that it Is better to praiser and the'owner will have no directly to the Endowment '
; For example you or your give a cash contribution of$1,000, and you the 33% tax give.
.,'; rate category,you save $330 In taxes by supporting this. non-protit project. through the SFCQ Endowment than,nreceive, input into determining, the value. may address them to P.O.Santi ):e I 'j
Corporation, accepted by IRS Community College, !ox f
The'popula rity of yearend giv
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Your Santa Fe Community College En-' contribution between. two caleK riJ':

Contribution 33% 380lb 420/0 45% 49% : .. 50% ,. ;[(, dowment Corporation to assist dar years may pay half ,of th>\/')'
., \ '. I now and the other half i :.':
Of q' : with the establishment of a Starke rSAYE amount ty; ;

\ ',. Center in the 1902 Bradford Coun 1985, Sharron said. < \ ,,n

$ 1,000 SAVES $ 330 $ 380 $ 420. $ 450 5 490 $ "" 500' '4, '. ty Courthouse. More than half of Stressing the importance of acting ', .
k $ 2,500 SAVES '825 ",950 I f,050 1',125' 1,225 ,;.250'' .,'::11(I? :the, funds needed for this ''project promptly, before the'end of\"'

SAVES 1.650 ',900' 2,100 2,450 ,.have r." contributed ,
$ 5,000 2,250 : 2,500. already been the year, Sharron explained that' I)
'1 $ 1,500 SAVES 2,415 2,850 3,150 3,375 3.6753.750.. ; 'l"" | and several major gifts, as well l as Congress will have ,three major *

I $10,000 SAVES 3,300 3.800 4,200 4.500 4,900 5,000 !l o numerous smaller ones are expected tax plans before it in 1985 and that 'J.,",

$12,500 SAVES 4,125 .4.750' 5,250 5'.625 6.125. 6.250' 5ItJ f. to come under the wire all three being considered will ,

$15.000 SAVE 4,950 5.700 .'6,300 6,750 7,350. ... 7.500 '.. h,:-t' before the tax credit deadline of seriously a//ect contribution, "I
SAVES 6.600 7.600 8,400 9.000 9,800 \ 10,000 ? "' t,
$20.000 "
\ \ midnight Dec. 31. cannot stress tod strongly the Importance ,,1
$25,000 SAVES 8.250 9.500 10.500 11.250 12.250 ,.12.500 : Sharron, dean of :
Harvey
Proposed f'langes in the tax .of acting now, he said ::1'
$30.000 SAVES 9.900 11.400 1'2,600 13,500 14.700 15,000Lm ,development at Santa Fe Com-
laws ?>y Congress in 1984 make it Final drawings for interior f
munity College, encourages every
more 'important than ever beforeto and individualwho remodeling of the courthouse :

make gifts to endownments, business person have been completed and con- s
gift
-_ EDITORIALSThe ,Iillol- ra.. foundations, and charitable of any contemplates size to the Starke making Center struction work will begin early'!
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organizations in the 'remainingdays midnightDec. next year as soon as sufficient 1
project to do so before .
of 1984. For instance, a hand. ;
31, In order to obtain the pro- funds are on $
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donor, either an individual or a *
o per tax deduction. "To qualify for Garage Sale Items... .
business, with a tax bracket of 33
.. .. percent, can save $330 In taxes by tax exemption the gift must legally Tax credit may also be claimed f fon

"gO -0 making a $1,000 donation'to,, the .be in the hands} of the Santa the Fe items donated for the Big .,|

.. SFCCEndowment Board for the Endowment" Corporation by' Garage Sale to,raise funds for the j;
Way to Mend a Sad World o.J Starke:' Center project. Tax say' ,deadline( Sharron said. Starke Center project in i
; cash or
Gifts of property .
in Articles
be
ings an larger gifts are propor- February. may
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J \ securities may ,be delivered to ;
tion. brought to the old courthouse each
"The way to mend a bad world is to create a right world. local members of the SF Endow-
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Whether this world is ever to be the right world will depend If gifts of property or securitiesare ment Corporation Freeman Saturday from 10 till 2, Slips will

/ upon the people in it, and each of us is one of these contemplated it is extremely Register, lit, Pat Farnsworth, be available for listing' the name rand "

people..each an individual, free to develop his own life as Important to make the transaction Steve Denmark, or County Judge' address of donor, and also the .i'{

God ordained." -. Ralph Waldo Emerson. J in? the calendar year, 1984 George Pierce. They may also be value of items donated for tax
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while the owner can still place his left with Mike Cooney at the, purposes. .
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And Emerson was right. Ebenezer a clean slate, and I trust each of us can '" L ',.' ,.\0" ,

Scrooge proved that by changing the sleep better and cease worrying, and ..J '\ '; '

world for the better -for himself and all that we will all prosper and be happy in, ':?;, } Blue Chip'Certification Hoped for in FebruaryCommittees 11
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those around him simply by changingand the New Year.' ; :

developing his own life to conform r ., '', .

with the Golden Rule. Of course, Mr* Harrell's wish about .. are working against a Most of the information-gathering is L.M. Gaines, chairman of .the.Bradford" '

Back in the depression days of 1932, prospering in 1933 didn't come :'; February deadline to get material 'completed nearing a finish, according to Chamber of County Development Authority.? ',,
true..depressions don't that "' in an effort to obtain a Blue Chip Commerce president J.E. Tomlinson, and
when it was hard to get the spirit of pass quick certification for Starke and Bradford it is hoped the county will be ready for a Chamber Activities
Christmas without for ly. But at least he did what he could, and .. .
enough be in
money County the first to designated state-conducted certification review At their, last meeting, the.Chamber of ;
for the children or food for the that is all any man can do and under a program sponsored by the State January.The Commerce Board of Governors approveda J

tale one man proved that the way tomend doubtless he brought a bit of Christmas:, Department of Commerce, City has approved light industrial new dues structure, effective February

a bad world is to create a good cheer and the spirit of good will to those rezoning for a tract of land on Highway 100 1, designed to fund a $21,945 budget for
world at least, give it a try, of his customers who were broke, and 1 Designated to attract new businessesand South, across from Starke Elementary 1985-86.Also approved was a new member- "
couldn't their bills. industries to qualified communities, School, for use as an industrial park,one of ship category named the "Chamber
In December of that "down and out" pay the program Includes an evaluation of the requirements for Blue Chip certification Champs", The plan will include a promo-
good and bad features of interest to in- A $300,000 will be sought for tional campaign to include annual
year, Jos. L. Harrell of Lawtey ran the At least he brought some meaning to grant
vestors, and if deficiencies exist, outlines developing the tract with utilities, streets, memberships of$!!OO from area businesses ,
following notice, to customers in The the "Forgive us our debts as of for them.
prayer plans correcting and. other improvements according ,to which would be recognized on a plaque. :
Telegraph: "Your accounts with me are we fprgive our debtors." Who. ,could do :.\..' "

settled. We will begin the year 1933 with more? ,.' }, \

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hunting-connected deaths in four the hunter had been wearing bright .,4.",: t t S Christmas Gift Plants. Need. Special Treatmentwater .!

northeast Florida counties 'this clothing that did not blend with his sur *wr t i
room
already If you receive a flowering plant, such as, such plants in the coolest part of a "
affects best
ta..Most do in
season may be at least partly due to the roundings. i 'an azalea, begonia, poinsettia,or chrysan- away from fireplaces television sets, and areas of high pla humidity plants But (because ,

popularity of wearing camouflage-type The latest accident is the ninth hun- .themum as a Christmas gift,you will want other heat souices. Howeyer, be careful winter heating dries out the air in the ;|
clothing. Concerned by this "unusually ting fatality to occur in Florida since; the blooms to last throughout the holiday not to expose your plants to a cold draft. A .J home; high indoor humidity is almost im- 'i
high" rate of fatalities .Game Commis- I season. Fortunately, gift plant beauty prolonged chill or sudden change' in 1 possible maintain.' If 1 1i
last July 1. Lastyear ten people were, needn't be so brief. One of the nice things will to lose 1 you place your
temperature cause some plants
sion officials have cautioned that i,plant in a spot where the air is usually dry, ;
killed by firearms in hunting-related ac- 'about flowering plants is that,with proper their leaves It will need wafer often.
hunters could make their sport a lot cidents in Florida, and wildlife officials care, you can enjoy them far into the New ,more t
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second factor to consider
A important,
safer by wearing brightly colored Year. Finally) ,providing1 enough light for( nor i
fear that with five already recorded this the amount of !''water a plant receives. mal indoor
blaze-orange clothing in the field. season, total deaths might exceed thoseof Flowering gift plants often prompt questions Plants are affected by water in two ways Some plants growth will is often fairly'a well problem.in artificial j

Two hunting fatalities have been the previous years about how to keep them attractive. first,through direct application of water to light. But,grow'should try to give 1
Naturally, you want the flowers to retain the soil, and second, by the amount of them much you An \
reported in Clay County, and one eachin Game officials say that younger their fresh appearance as long as possible. .hun dity in the air. Most people who east window as that natural catches light-as the early possible.morning }/!'

Bradford, Nassau, and the Olustee hunters, ages-18 to 34, are more likely to Here are' some suggestions on how to make receive a flowering plant are quite anxiousto sun'is an ideal place for flowering ;
National Forest.In be involved in hunting accidents and it this so take good care of it. unfortunately,' plants If you keep plants in a dark part of ",
The first thing you need to remember their enthusiasm often leads to overwatering. the home the blossoms won't last as long, ,
the latest accident is this age bracket that is less'likely to
near Fernan- about flowering 1s that most of .This can cause more damage to plants and the plant ,
pot planta will begin to drop its leaves
dina, a 76-year-old man was shot by a attend the hunter education classes, of-. them have been growing in a carefully controlled than just about anything else. ;

longtime friend who fired at a turkey, fered free by the Game Commission. greenhouse environment. When Too much, water can literally drown how these basic facts affect about j"j"Ifyou'remember
temperature, water, and light
jl hitting the victim who was standing Every possible precaution should be they're moved into the atmosphere of the plant roots Roots need air, as well as house plant health, you should be able to .
home, they're in for a shock.
quite
average water.To water ,
behind a screen of underbrush. This properly your plants app .
accident taken keep flowering Christmas gift looking
to prevent a holiday hunting trip If you received a gift plant, you'll have to'help ly enough to thoroughly soak the soil. DCIO't'water ; your
I would likely have been avoided if from turning into a holiday tragedy.Southern it overcome this shock by paying '' again until the soil is almost dry. attractive for the remainder of the holiday ,,,1
) season, and on in the New Year, as well.
careful attention to three Important factors a
Check to that don't
often plants
see your
And, don't forget that plants, ,j!
: temperature, water and light, dry out completely, but don't add water (if some pot .1
such to
as poinsettias be :
Ii Poverty on the Rise .', Most flowering house plants need a fairly the soil feels; damp:' the landscape after;the can danger transplanted of frost has "

r ; cool,but not humidity .
chilling;temperature.Keep.'Letters .As I mentioned, is another) way passed.

Perhaps this isn't news suited to continued lag in the economy ot some .

Christmas or perhaps it is. But it's in the last few ;' ;. ;"
Southern states .
news that must be reckoned with, and' and the simultaneous reduction years in \ ..... Forestry; in Bradford County' .1

the threshold of a new year is as good a. V WNOi'tbn
government benefits the poor. By David .
time as any.According. Anonymous Letters" Bradford Co,Forester.
In answer to the Reagan administra Are Not Acceptable ; '. .

the Southern to a Regional just-released Council report, the by tion's arguments that benefit programs'are For Publication* .. :; _, ; ..;..,Landowners.Asked: 'For.Cooperation i iix,, i,>Fores try: Operations. :'l

keeping poor people from accepting ;\ Florida Division( of Forestry is now '
rate in 11 Southern time ,The : 4
states
poverty increased From to time TM Telegraph guidelines thai landowners are encouraged -
employment, the report said: ...it's Involved in a program of cooperation with ,
sharply in the last four years; remarkable that the fewer 'receives- -"anonymous letters the Suwannee River Water Management to adopt if they have. property adjoining
ending two ,encouraging decades in on average, challenging our 'courage"? to print District to encourage landowners to protect ;: any perennial stream,river, or take It is <1
in three in the
which the number: of, in the region'steadily than one poor persons something that the letter.writei does'not Florida's waterways while conducting strongly recommended that any timber i
poor '
South receive benefits,, from any .one have the /courage" to sign. forestry operations. Landowners are requested harvesting,road building. or site preparation <
declined. (government assistance). 'program for We have repeatedly explained that, to follow "Best; ,Management for.tree planting be kept a minimum of 1

The poverty rate,in the South reached the poor..It's hard to believe that under' In order to avoid publishing material' .Practices" as part of the process of corny" 35 feet from the banks,of any of' these .:
that may contain allegations or insinuations the of the Warren S,. 'water courses This general recommendation )
a low of 15.6 percent in 1979 20 years such circumstances. benefit programs that could be,subject to plying with provisions is designed to protect the water quali
Henderson Wetlands' Protection 'Act of
after the first government statistics on are keeping the poor: from working" .. ,' court action or libel, it is essential ,,,1984. these water' ''bodies' throughout 4)
the poor found a poverty rate of 37 per- Census data available for the nation that the writer's name be known to Ficrida., j|

cent in the region.. Now the trend is up whole found that 52 of all. us before publication.name will :What are the "Best Management. Prac.' As of Oct.I1964.,the Suite'Legislature i ;I
percent J
as a ,be withheld upon request. However, tices"' in forestryoperations'W They areFormer the transferred
again, with 18.2 percent below the ,.: through Wetlands .Act, f f.
people between 15 and 65 years; of the be record in case '
level in 1983. poor name must. on :" "'f 'authority for regulating! both agricultural .
poverty age' worked part .time or full time in any of the,;statements made' are land silvtepiturai Urea farming) activities ;
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'The' council's report' said, "Never 1982. In the nation as a' whole,,ranks of challenge&q xr ': I ti' from the Department Environmental f i
before in the recorded history of poverty ,, the poor swelled from 26 million in 1979. 'not This all is a general policy li "fl.of most- if Santa o 'Fe', l t ''.< Regulation (DKR) <'to,. the ,State' ,five '',
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has the South experienced four yearsof to 35 million four;, years later: : The cooperatlon'of newspapers.'; :fettW.writers.will Student4Thinka''" ., '. :,. : :., With this Management act the Suwannee Districts River To District.comply f

steady i increase in the number of poor be appreciate; ,I;.' < ": Local Center Great,, '. adopted general' permitting procedure. ;
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persons and the rate of poverty. The increase We don'fknow'.how ,the White House S.- < '.', Dear" M a:;Editors, '' "'" I-,Landowners onculd now,contact the local ;
was blamed on two factors a will explain this away; ; but U.wlll: try: \ to Division of Forwiry office to obtain a per-
:Computer:.Class".:s :"v.:? ,t\ I went Santa Fe Community it, ... Collegefor (mil for a specific project that would come .
and I
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... Editor lgrap'Jii'7' : : Fe Centerhere: road, building, or site preparation:in an
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1'ThankYou"to'Mr' r.believe: It,will encourage It lot morepeople area ,adjoining: J any perennial stream
: ',' would like:to aW who just want to take one or two river or lake landowner is advised to
and Mrs. R.A,;" .. n,and the classes and thought it was unwise before sign-up under tote ftAviral' permitting proC :-
.\. ? /Woman's Club iii "fI... club asa, ,becmaa Gainesville..a long drive*-and'' M. In regards tow doon tnjction, per '
.'. ,.}4..,classroom fo.r:1', : : Com4_ .' ,,_t Weretudent is taking a fuHtaad-and, 1&l :mits are tvecouaryltir any stream clMitnel j i
,"Y,, puter Conce*'J ... Com- ....... ..., dw'l < crowing. with a-fatidg*of culvert. A permit '
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Angela Jo Sapp, daughter of Mr. neck and ct ffs. A train 'of lace fell The'
and Mrs. L.C. Sapp and Robert from the back of the dress. Her seed Gladys Monty Of
George Gorman, Mrs. pearl headband secured her veil of "
Linda Johnson and theslat Uluslon. She carried a bouquet of Society Editor,
George Gorman, all of Starke, were white rosebuds. with pink edging and
united in marriage Dec. 7, at 7:80: pearl earrings completed her News!
p.m., in Northslde Baptist Church costume.A 964-7608: .
Starke with Rev. James F. Cowart reception wa held In the church 111 wr ipd I I", ".<1' I '
performing the nuptials. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Debbie Sapp k r
Highlighting the altar were two ar 'kept the bride's book.Arrangements e .. ,. \
rangements of pink and wine colored, of wine and white flowers I"
punk were Know '" = .
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flowers against a background bf a, placed points of Interest. You.._, I ., '
1'I heart-shaped candelabra and. single Lace cloths covered the bride's Karen Thorpe 01 Starke was'namMr.. and Mrs Alan'A"era and ;
candelabras and punch tables. The bride's table e Alta Mae Mattox organist and was centered with a three-tier wed Ga, State, College for'' the fall to Tuesday guests of her i
Sylvia Reddish, soloist, presented a ding cake decorated with pink and quarter .' i mother Mn. Francis: Merliew I
program of nuptial music. wine colored roses and topped with a 't
Billy Roberson served as test bride' and groom In a heart. Mrs. _ o t tt
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man. Ushers 'were Glenn and :Valarie" Snuford, cut the cake t tI tj
Richard Sapp brothers of the bride assisted by Mrs. Pete Schlosser. j
and Steve Henderson, Justin ,Seay The punch table was centered witha \ I
was ring-bearer. crystal punch bowl flanked by ; + + I
Beth Underhill, was honor" atten maroon and pink and white flowers .a I
dant and Rhonda Sapp Tonia and maroon candles. Vicki Eaves '
Jobnson and Angela Schlosser were and Gail Nicula presided at the I _
bridal attendants:They were attired punch bow! N"hcv Shuford cut the I
alike' In wine colored dresses with groom's cake and Sheila Starling I I Mo J
ruffles and wore flowers in their presided at the food table. i
hair. They carried pink and wine colored Following a wedding trip to St. ". I
bouquets* Amanda Wigginswas Augustine the couple is I presiding at .' ,
flower girlr Rt. 2, Box 2674,Starke. ..' I
'''The: bride,,given; in marriage by The bride arid groom are both 1984 '.
her father, 'Wore a Victorian graduates Bradford_ High School. ,
v-neck that. htghlighteuwith /' I / c
gown was ,The groom is employed by Regency ; I /
little' seed pearls around ,the Electric in Jacksonville. ern r. .\ :; I I

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I ',,*' CIYb : ,..... .!.;;iJ'W'J.rl. extend ourvery'best t.- 1

Annual Christmas Tea wishes you, friends, a ) ,

"' ,at, this special tim'el! ;;
,The Woman's Club of Starke held Members and guests were entertained
its annual Christmas tea Wednesday with Christmas music, '- b> Hi'. Mr""* r- r- / I i
Dec 12;in the clubhouse honoring presented Mrs. W.H. Thomsonand Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gorman -jrf 1\\W"\" \ I

past, presidents .and new. Mrs.Drew Reddish. >) IJhc31c. !
Past presidents pouring at, the tea Cooleys to Celebrate "
The clubhouse was decorated.with table at intervals were Mrs C.II.NasworthYj Masses '
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( cedar garlands and red velvet rib Mrs. L.A. Canova Mrs. 60th Anniversary C 21 a(
bons.A white grape vine centerpieceover Norman, Mrs. R.A. Sunday December 23, Christmas Eve Masses, will be Q) 4
the mantel. sparkled with red Green, Sr., and Mrs. Curtis Sanders. celebrated at St. Edward's Catholic' ) ".t
and green flowers and four white Presiding at the punch table were Mr and Mrs. W.F. Cooley of,, Church at 7 p.m. and a midnight on .> 13 G
doves. A traditional Christmas tree Mrs.J.D. Warren Mrs. L.T. Young, Kingsley Lake will be honored with,a' Dec. 24. Christmas carols will, be Atkinson'sHome ow
was the focal point lathe lounge and Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. .John Griffin reception' on their 60th wedding an'' sung beginning at 11:30 p.m. ,,', I (ad!
an 8 ft. lighted wreath with red Christmas Day Mass will be I
and Mrs.iW.H., Thomson niversary Sunday 'afternoon, Dec. I Health Care urn
poinsettias in a white I pedestal Club chairmen for this event were !12.1. from 3 to 5 0 clock at the First celebrated at 10 a.m. 150 W. Call St. 9644439 Uw I
basket decorated the stage. Mrs. Sandra Reddish and Mrs. Christian Church on West Casll I
President Mrs. ,R.A. Green, Jr. ,Jeanie Biggs who.were assisted by Street Hosts on this occasion will be ,
greeted the members and guests In Mrs. Aurelia Byrd, Mrs. MonaCanova.Mrs thetf sons, Walter" 'and Charles i ,do .G-O--C-----t----D-- iIdVl
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the foyer and invited them to the l- ineh 000
: Mamie DuPre Mrs. Cooley and their families.. ,> : a 0' .
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refreshment tables which .were Saundra Green Mrs. Leila-Mundy, All friends of "Happy" 'and"Janie-\ Ilflll I_ Igp 'ti ". .0 fly Y\I
covered with white lace cloths and Mrs. Elizabeth Nasworthy, Mrs. Cooley are cordially Invited to aU '- To {oj
centered with white,driftwood and Ruth Reddish, Mrs. Nancy Roberts tend. The honorees request, '"no' wish you. our valued niwn
red poinsettias with silver Miss Della Rosenberg Mrs.. Dot gifts please"'. and loyal patrons our I
candelabra with' red burning Sets
Sale, Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour Mrs. S
tapers. A silver coffee service was Elna Schaffer, Mrs. Ida ,Shaw and o I most sincere thanks for ovid /
on one table and silver punch bowl at a
Mrs. Lucy White I
a happy and healthy'
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I :Social Highlights IIIJ,I I k iili. II I Greetin9S. wishes Christmas tonne season.,and Best all. ''loloT* I I

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50th ;:Annlversory,, W.d"Dec. 14 9 o ,. o 834 W.. Madison Sr. .. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade will be Robin 'Gilmore, daughter of Mrs O 0 0 0 O M o"ti T, }J

honored at a reception on their 50th Sadie Elder of Kingsley Lake and 0 ..r.r '
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Dana Goetzman, SOB of George A' w 0 a, '
wedding anniversary on Thursday, .. 0 1 .. ', 998oh
Goetzman of Starke,were united in o c-s" I "
Jan. 3, at 7 in the Starke .1 O
p.m. '
Woman's Club given by their Judge Friday, Dec. 14, at 3 p.m. a >JT'iiva 's {IQlJ)
Pierce in his .
and by George 0 IM :
children Tom Slade Jr., Mr. -
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chambers at the courthouse in the 0' i "
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Mrs Charlie Sawyer Mr. : /J 9ul
of the immediate families
Mike O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs.John presence ,
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and a few close friends. .
,. Whetchel.. Your presence, friendship' and 'The couple Is residing at Rt. 1, Box J : d Iud
good- wishes are treasured gifts. 989 (Wilson Road), r C2
Mrs. Goetzman is a insurance'clerk
Bid
others. CQ'
They request no ,0
at Bradford Hospital, Inc. .
No invitations are being sent locally -
: but all friends and relatives are Mr;, Goetzman is employed by'' ;" 1 r
Gull Constructor ,of Sarasota and, tLttI.1! II
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invited to
Orlando whose firm is constructingthe In tl fit
1 new'addition for 'Bradford ) p i a

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the weekend with her mother Ors. Tom and Brooke ha moved to 1480 ", I ,not
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f Christmas Parties Herald the Holiday. Season f /a:"" "g.1 .. P\, 1-\t-. :r-. """ ...f-\ taq, ,

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: .. Women'Sunday tlchag
The excitement of Christmas Is George Roberts InsuranceMr. 9:30: a.m. at Western Steer SteakHouse < .with other 100 ttend1n '., 'f,f: ,' cookies, and fold drinks were senrocl -. class Methodist hid a christmas dinner'/pa ..
witnessed with Christmas parties, hosted by their teacher JJ},;' The dining tables \c'arfi. fed out supervised) DNw\;
dinners,and luncheons being held by and Mrs. George Roberts. Yeager, with 15 women attending...">' the Christmas motif,'a1. Mrs. Teresa Meng the onTthueedayyevoning' : .
,different organizations in the area were hosts at a Christmas din- Mr. Yeager presented each lady: '11 :: games and led the singing. ,
ner/party Saturday night, Dec. 15, with a pint of homemade
at their home for the staff of pear'
George
and the Whispering Pines .
class Mr.
National Bank preserves gave
Florida
Roberts
Insurance and Real Estateof
Care .
Yeager a new Bible with large print. Center
'" Starke and Richard
Roberts Insurance
:Starke The Florida held its National Christmas Bank party of Inc. of Keystone Heights.The Western Steer Steak House A Christmas party i was held Mon .

Tuesday, Dec. 12, In the "break"room buffet table was covered witha day, Dec. 17, at Whispering Pines ,
white cloth embroidered with The Western Steer Steak House
starting with lunch during 11 Care Center given'by Mrs. Elaine
and lasting until 9 poinsettias and centered with arrangement had a Christmas party Tuesday Rowe Valdez and Mrs. Ann Hurst, uY'; I
a.m. to 3 p.m. exchanged. Included of white and red poinset night, Dec. 18, from 8:30: p.m. to 1a.m. both of Stark : I
;ap;\ m. when gifts were
at the Starke Woman's Club for II
members of tias.The The Christmas theme was carried
5 in the party were I
14 enjoying the affair were the the staff and past employees. lout with Santa Claus played by
.!1,. the staff and directors. staff, husbands, wives and dates. Dancing was provided by Terry Clarence Lee. Christmas stockingsfor I,
:3: Community State Bank Gifts were exchanged during the Carver, disc Jockey.Handicapped each of the residents was handmade : 'j'jI
"* evening. by 'Mrs: Valdez and Mrs. I
Community State Bank of Starke Senior Citizens 1 Hurst and after being stuffed were I I
Swill: have a Christmas party Saturday WAV. Wood Chipping, Inc handed out along with small per-. ,
: night, Dec. 22, at the Starke The handicapped senior citizens of sonal gifts. I II
-Woman's Club starting with W.W. Wood Chipping, Inc. had a Starke were given a Christmas par A large table was beautifully appoInted :- I I
cocktails: : followed by dinner and Christmas party and Buffet dinner lee Sunday afternoon at 5:30: p.m. in with finger sandwiches, ..w': ";':$,
dance from 6 p.m. to midnight, for Friday night, Dec. 14, at the home of Methodist Fellowship Hall Adult i given'by fruit, party snacks, cookies, etc. f..;'
;H employees, wives, dates, directors Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters for the Methodist Young Sunday 'along with a beautifully decorated ',,","!
=;and officers. employees and their families. school class cake baked by Mrs:: Zita of Lawtey. 'W;
ii y: The buffet dinner table was A Christmas motif was carried out Also present was Mrs. Linda Davis'' IrJ2i1 ,
& Jackson Building Supply covered with a lace cloth and in the table decorations where who was a big asset to a most successful i.
centered with a Christmas punch, cake and cookies were serv Christmas party for all VI
arrange- ed to the 24 guests with their foster :{,i\
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parents and 20 members of the class. .
Christmas dinner on Monday, Dec. deck and throughout the area.
Steak for The Christmas carols were sung and Bradford Barber and Beauty Shopis '1
: 10, at Western Steer House 35 attending included the.. .
the 45 guests which included the Waters house guest Roger Krause of each guest was given a gift. having a buffet lunch today, As .
P employees of all three stores, Harrington, Kas. of Starke Thursday, at the shop for employeesand the st ist as unfolds, !i .;
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R The tables were decorated with of the First United Methodist Church ; dates and retiree VOA Girls renewed fair ht of His love.
Christmas decorations. had breakfast Sunday morning at On Tuesday, Dec. 12, the fifteen
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the dealership showroom from 3 to :Y .. .Mrs Joann Siddons, director,
5:30: p.m. for employees, husbands, Moodlight Magic .. welcomed the 20 members who'' Putnam Medical Supply' .
2 wives, and dates. entertained with games and
Punch and Christmas snacks are. candle glows softly behind translucent Christmas music. Christmas gifts 107-E West Edwards Rd. MHo37n ,

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Christmas Cantata choirs and characters to Keystone Chapter. ;1\I
.' '. Bethlehem', where everyone Mrs. Lester Crews gave the bless- '5'
Area ChuchN-: Sunday, Doc. 23 gathered around the nativity scene ing before the Iftncheon and Mr>. .",}
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Episcopal Youth Baptist Ctlurch'of, Sta ifi. ttfK:,O.E The First Christian Church of Bill McRae with pianists Judy Prince of Peace". "J t,
Harris, pastor, will be in"charge.Services Starke will present the Christmas Becker and Charlene Francis. Mrs. Lloyd Wlke read a Christmas ',
Sponsor Dinner-Thoatre will begin at I 9 p.m.Dec. 31. cantata, "Born A King",,on Sunday, Following the pageant everyonewas poem, "Tomorrow is Christmas", ,,'.,
The Junior Youth will Dec. 23, during the morning services invited into Fellowship Hall from the Beechenbrook book of
Episcopal a Dinner Theatre Dec. 20 & Watch Night Services which begin at 10:45.: where Santa Claus presented gifts to rhymes, and also read "Why I am a
sponsor The cantata will be presented the young children following the Daughter of the Confederacy". Mrs.
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Hall of St Mark's Episcopal Church, December 31 again Dec.30 at 5 p.m.,followed by a singing of Christmas Carols. Mona Canova played Christmas
212 N. Church St. December 31, beginning at 8pm. fellowship period in the Fellowship Punch and cookies were served at music and the group sang carols.
A dinner of homemade soup, ., the Madison Street Baptist Hail The public Is invited to attend. the close of the parts'UDC'Holds The door prize from Santa Claus
crackers, and drink will be served, Church will be hosting a. Watch Rev. Raymond Baer, pastor. Mrs. was won by Mrs. Mamie Steagall of
followed by four seasonal plays: Night Service! Special speakers.are Raymond Baer, choir dli'ector. Keystone Heights. ,
"The Least Of These","Waiting For Leon Odom, from Bethel Baptist .',
The Christmas Quest", "Little Church; Greg Douglas from .] .
Lamb, Where Are You?", and "The Kingsley Lake Baptist Church; and Methodist Pageant '
Christmas Question".. Robert C. GUlis pastor of Madison' Sunday EveningThe Christmas LuncheonThe f
room Cost is $2 per person. Contact the Street Baptist Church.
David Weyand, church office, 964-6126 or 964-8914, Come take a trip with us to Israel, live Christmas pageant was W.T. Weeks chapter U.D.C. .:
i ; 8:30: a.m.-12 noon, if you would like Greece, and Egypt, via a, slide presented at the First United held their Christmas Juncheon on 1
'Julie' Firoom.' tickets, presentation.Special singers are be Methodl Church Sunday evening.An Monday at the Starke Woman's Club .
ing imported and of course there will angelic choir of the childrenand with the Joseph Finegan Chapter

.Rev.. David WeyandEngagement be carol-singing. youth presented the Christmas U.D.C. of Keystone Heights ... \. .A
Told New'Bethel Church Madison St. Baptist Church and story in music during the pageant in assisting. r.
Christmas pastor Robert Gillis cordially extendan the sanctuary in the mists of poinset- Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber president : The llartford
'i i ProgramsNew invitation to everyone to attend. tias, candles, wreaths .and the presided at the luncheon. Mrs. ,
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;Kent Froom oDum- Madison Street Baptist Church is Chrismon tree.Narrator Buford Mitchell, president of the loves mature
fries, Va: announce the engagementof Bethel Baptist Church wuTrender located on the 900 block of Madison Michael Cooney read Keystone Heights,,Chapter, greeted
their daughter, Julie Susanne, to their Christmas program 6n Street. Sunday morning Bible study scripture while the pageant was guests and members at the door. drivers. We
Rev. David Wayne Weyand Saturday night, Dec. 22, beginning begins at 9:45: a.m. and;worship services presented by Mary and Joseph (Jay The luncheon tables were covered
S0016! pastor of Hope Baptist'r at 7:30 p..m. We ask your cooperationIn are held at 11 a.m.and 7 p.m."St. and Vickie Eaves), baby Jesus with white cloths and red squares. guarantee it.
J Church, Theressa, son of Mr. and sharing in our services. :
(Heather Smith), angelSKelli( down the middle which were
Mrs. Lester Weyand of Danville, 111. Christmas Day services will be Marks Church Carver) shepards (Randall Polk {centered with Christmas, If you're a driver age
The bride-elect is a 1980 graduate held at New Bethel Baptist Church Billy
-. and Heavner) and the wise characters. Poinsettias greenery 50 or older The Hartford
\ of Garfield High School, Wood- beginning at 11 a.m. on Dec. 25. The Chrliiina.rogram: men (Jason Polk, John David Fran 5 nd wreaths were at focal points in that '
;; bridge* Va., and 1983 graduate of host church for the service will be St. Mark's plscopal" Church will cis and Len Eaves). the room. Decorations were by can guarantee
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\; Liberty Baptist College Lynchburg, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. O.E. have luck The congregation followed the ,Louise Gallop and Angel Dye of the your auto ,
a tree trimming, pot sup-
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'.: Va.'She is presently employed by Harris, pastor, along with New Just 1
? United Pacific Reliance Insurance Bethel Baptist Church., Rev. A.J. per and Christmas party Sunday because you have an '
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Co.Federal: : Way, Wa. Simmons, pastor.Watchnfght accident What's more,
llev Weyand is a 1979 graduate of services for the Parish Hall. your Insurance won'tbe .J
__:_' Decatm 'Christian High School, Fellowship of Churches,Inc. will be Dec. 24 the Eucharist service_. will canceled becauseof
} ; Decatur, 111., and 1983 graduate of held at New Bethel Baptist Church. be held at 11 p.m. or
b Liberty Baptist College,Lynchburg, Host church will be the Ebenezer Christmas'day service, Dec.. 25, claims yourage file.any Plus,
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Starke announce the birth of a son, HOLIDAY SPECIAL auto Insurance )
Daniel Doyle,born Nov.8 in Alachua coverage, ask for
General Hospital. He joins a ,.. \ auto insurance from ".
j I' brother, Stephen, age 3. 6 The lartford.Call pur
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Perm Dec 29 We thank
t and Mrs. Carl Edwards and great $ ".',. '\ .... thru : .' ,. q &.I all for agency Don't today.make decision
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,Brooker.Paternal grandparents are .WITH JESSIE. rWENDY'lcb'lOUt" ,yqur valued support' on automobile
Mr. and Mrs.Jack Hazen of Starke; II Insurance without a

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Nicholas Adam, born Dec. 4. He r. ;;
joins twp brothers, Joshua, age 16 : HOMES
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Maternal grandparents are Mr b ..
(t and Mrs. Herman Schoening, Sr.of every living thins! .our warmest. : Jones Funeral Home V
1 Starke and great grandparents are Starke 964-6200 JSHL*
1 Mr.and Mrs. Guy Henman of Starke, wishes f dray and peace along wltoUlJr"fe.ful '
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.Maternal grandparents are Mr. l (fL W.W. ,
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all of Lawtey. Wilbur. Waters, Pres.

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1 jtheir home on Bessent Road for 15 commencement Elizabeth Middle School would like to
fall term by Walker
1members of the family and guests. ceremonies at the University of N. phone 0844883 thank the Bradford Florist, Lady / this hoQiday.ghanktng ( .
Florist,and Wilson's Florist for you/ks
I, .j Those from out-of-town were Mrs, Fla. Saturday, Dec. 13, were NadineB. Bug
Special Events the beautiful flowers sent to our In-
1 Betty Rands and daughter. Karen, Set
Norman of Lake Patricia aQQ
BUtlerl duction of New Members ....
of Jacksonville Beach Mrs. Carolyn Denise Crawford ord, and At Church... Ceremonyon you
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TOaytona Mrs. Miriam Wyllys of"Jacksonville Mrs. Gloria King and Mr. and Church.Ail members and guests are December 10 ,
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Celebrates The Christmas Julie Thomas and Jason Silcox did ,
i Harper program will bet- I : .
.I Seventh Enlisting' in the US Air Force is held Sunday, Dec. 23. at 11 a.m.''All-,, stain glass window designs in tissue .. i
Birthday Terrence W. Martin, son of Mr. and members are asked to /. paper. !
December 17 Mrs. Donald J. Martin of Starke. with this activity. Friends anther 4Stump's

completing six weeks of basic guests are invited. .'
Karla Harper who was 7 yrs. old military training at Lackland AFB, Dept. Store .

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Wayne Harper of Brooker.
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ii On Friday, Dec. 14, Mrs. Alice '
ilFaye Waters was:honored with a .;
J bar- at the % 'S'I PRICES&COUPONS EFFECTIVE
ueparty given Sampson e ? t THURS,DEC 20 THRU DEC
\ ." City Hunting Club given by ,, : b-"V' 'D 26,1964.WE REDEEM FEDERAL t;
b Harold Waters and club members. It /jO l.l : FOOD STAMPS. ,.

-i.was friends.attended by relatives and close i ....h:::11eJ.G -o' 11.s CAMPBELL.Tomato. ''i

T Mrs. Waters graduated on Dec. 15 .q/i Topo ; .,a
801la.tCItotQ
with honors from the University of i. c Q- Juice
Florida with a degree in Special O it. : ; ;-
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University colors and holding a .
-.miniature alligator. e
8' Mrs. Norman Honors Graduatest

Mrs. Joyce Norman held a Jointn
celebration reception at her home in
n Raiford on Sat., Dec. 13. Honored at .
A the affair was her daughter, Nadinen
Norman, who graduated that morn- LeSueur
fa ing from the University of Northn (
: Peas a
Florida in Jacksonville with a

F, degree in Elementary Education.a .
Also honored at the reception at- *
-1 I tended by relatives and friends was : ,69

.a Mrs. Alice Faye Waters. 17

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Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and "

of Tenn.. esq. '
daughters Chattanooga U.S.DA GRADE A "k .;

'...s"k'......I'In'r\'IIe'IFridaYj. for.al i visit witluhis. -NON-BASTED 16LBS&UPFcW tfOW.QUALITYWESTERN WHOLE ---- .
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Stuart arrive Friday to spend the LB
A11000 OR MORE PURCHASE.I .CRUSHED OH SUCH _
,r holidays with her parents Mr. and 1
Mrs.J.E. Hardy.
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Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Thomas .200Z''
PLANTATION WHOLE!HOG FRESH BREAKFASTLink
It spent Wednesday in Crescent City I USDA GRADE LARGE'Roasting ZOl PKran OR '

,1 where Mr. Thomas was the guest =- Chicken rlS u.89 Sausages '. ma 1.49
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speaker at the Rotary Club lun- -
it' cheon. TENDER HtCKORYSmoked PLANTATION BREAKFAST, ,
.a Hams. PORTION' tB.99 Sliced Bacon =.39 Fruit Drinks e y
U Reddish GRAPE,ORANGE OH PUNCH
Doug graduated
Saturday FRYING 2.5 1'0118 PKO. OLD TOWNE PURE PORK

ft from degree Florida in State accounting.University Mr.with and aBS Chicken Gizzards u.69 Roll Sausage ROLL ', .99 69*.
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bi Searing Street and he is now Young Ducks . u.99OWALTNETB Oysters CUl'3.89 PAK
91 employed by Davis Monk,. Farnsworth Oo 061
bl and Co. in Starke. FRUITED HARMS ATLANTIC FRESH CLAW GOLDEN GRAIN

k Holiday Hams . u.2.39 Crab Meat.' 3.99 Macaroni

Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Allen, Jr., son OWALTNEVS FRUtTEO SUNNYUN0S< SMOKED

a; Scott, and daughter,Kay, spent Friday ,, Holiday Picnics. Lei .79 Whole Hams .i 2TO 181.,9 & Cheese =
tt to Monday at Rock Hill,S.C. and \1,555

the Smoky Mountains. + 0 s FLORIDA GOLD AGAR 6-
'It x555, ; PURE 100% Canned 49 '

.1( LCDR Barry Firth of Norfolk, Va. I i fIOrange GALLON HALF $149 Ham .5 3/$1
01 is spending Dec. 15-Dec. 27 with his fI CARTON 3LB Kato ,
CAN
.y t parents,Mr.and Mrs, R.E. Firth. e' 6 Juice RED LABEL! WHTTE .
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Mrs. Bob Wilson of St.
10 TO 12 LBPRECOOKED THE DeUSAKERYSTORES _
** IN _
Petersburg were Sunday guests of cl 1' :
ONLY i60z. ''
FULLY COOKED.Turkey ( ) Wise
Mr.and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. = C
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.n Mr. and Mrs. William Brown'ands g( ,? 5=5 Potato'Chipsis'. _

family of Tallahassee were weekend Dinner $1995 .99 =

guests of their parents,Mr.and Mrs. == :
IS G.S.Brown. TWO QUART-GIBLET ORAVT j09 '
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.X Donna Tilley Hardeman of .
LEAN
Gainesville, daughter of Mr. and t'
:* Mrs. William Tilley of Starke BoHed Ham . f. . r1.49 ', -

.:r graduated from the University of KITCHEN FRESH. Betty Crocker. 1

Jh Florida Saturday;Dec. 13, with a BS Roast iPei 71 .,. .. e . /OIL 1NFD 2.19
degree In therapy with honors with a c 'DOMESTIC A stufflnn u
grade point of 3.55. Mr. and Mrs. 2 a '
1. Tom Hardeman and Mr. and Mrs. Swiss Cheese, ", ;, '. ; ,... POUND 1.99 ._ Kraft CHICKEN,comBREAO. c ,
j William Tilley gave a family dinner HARD OR ''' ,Mustard ipiLl ,
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; in her honor. it). 6 .
l l 'IN/ THE DELWAKERY STORES ONLY t. "'- 1 g..
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: Peoria, III. pert POUND \t' 89tFanns 6XZRonoo "
4 b spending Dec. 12 to Dec. 27 with bis' '125QZ'\ I .,
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and I I ''
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Mrs.L.C.
< Early. $ .
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an and Gee Silberman of Cerritos, Picnic Ham "
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Mundy cottage at Kingsley Lake FRESH BAKED! 4a8C1'lJfl' YOUR .1.4.1:. 't< Hungry Jade r .' .'
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Ii ? '1; Mashed Potatoes > .'' ,
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T I 8 graduation of their daughter Miss MEATaCHEESB ", ,1 :'It-:t IB '..k

, J.it State Clare Ruckdeschel University. from They Michigan visited C Deluxe Tray. ,,. aetrvp'24.95 # 1 I t, I' ) :;'

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COMPLETE YOUR FUNK* .I r
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( ,' city. Mrs. Verne Weere returned to her has '
; he '4aexlesaFed'vialtlxithheson
11 ; : if uviorca Mengphoae4Md915 andTracey McCullough.. 'plset week after
Prizes were awarded to those by her husband Harold Watorsfand
Judged ,
home
<: : on Monday front the Humana '
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These
Girl
: Scouts alsqinarched la < and family,
? best
: $SO to the Victory Baptist friends at the Sampson Qt ty Hunting
Hospital In Orange Park. : ?
the"Starke Christmas Allen Lefebvitb in Dalta TToua.
Saturday Bazaar... Chapel, $39 to the Hampton Club. ." parade on
'i' f Woman's Club and third to the Ed Westlund is in improved condition Dec. a i Enroute home she stopped t in
On Sat., Dee 22, the Hampton Food Commodities place Christian Church Party... at North Florida Regional Mobile, Ala. to visit her wm, Paul
Woman's volunteers. H pital.lI.I.a patient in Room No. Wadsworth family entertain.
Club will Lefebvre. She also visited her
sponsor a These prizes were donated by the On Dec. lit members
Thursday, 13, 427-B.
Christmas ...
Bazaar and Bake Sale In Woman's Club. of daughter and family Mr. and Mrs.
the
Church
\ the City Hall..Hours of this sale are In the Judging of the Best Holiday- were entertained Hampton Christian at a Christmas Girl Scouts entertain... Jody Wadsworth and his family Ed Fitzpatrick in Pensacola.

"' from going 10 to a.m.the to Santa 3 p.m.Fe with proceeds Decorated Home.in Hampton, Mrs. party and luncheon held at the homeof On Saturday, Dec. IS, at will have as their holiday guest Big Jane Stanwlx-llay
Community Juanita Green awarded the Home Jim Murphy from Nashville
was their pastor, Rev. Norman and Susie Lett's Retirement Tenn. performs Nutcracker.., '
'
;College! Endowment Fund. were
prize. She graciously requested the Mrs. Sulsse near High Springs. visited by Girl Scout Brownie Troops Big Jim has played with big cUDootry
I)> Christmas held. Hampton Woman's Club to donate music stars such as Johnny The Gainesville Civic Ballet
,party .. 181 and Junior Troop 31. Mrs.Debbie
her award to the SFCC fund. Fire Depts. thanked.;'.I' Broome and Paycheck, Loretta Lynn and Johnny presented the Nutcracker _Get in
?1'rSahta' Mrs.
v ; Claus distributed ,gifts to Mrs. Clifford Prevatt 'amf Mia. leaders Betsy Hersey, Lee. He plays steel guitar and sax- performances held at the University
troop the
i.area Graduate honored... ,accompanied girlsto .
some'\.uo
f r' children at the Marcelline Campbell wish to thank the Home where entertained, ophone. of Florida Theatre from Dec. 11:
i, Christmas Party held In the City; Mrs.Alice Faye Waters graduatedwith the Hampton and Theressa. with Christmas they Jody invites his friends out to hear through Dec. 10. Miss -
those
'" ',HaU,on Saturday, Dec. 15. This pro.JjKZtwas >honors on Saturday Dec 15 Volunteer Fire Departments, for attending Allison songs. Among him play with Big Jim when they Hay daughter' of Raymond, and
'I. '. sponsored by the Hamptonwoman's with degree in Special kducationnfrom their help during the recent fire at nifer Lester were Jana Lester.ArCMyl.Jen Tracy will be performing On Dec.28,29 and Peggy Stanwix-Hay of Hampton
Club who also served hot: the university of Florida. She their home.They also appreciate the White, Eva Ferro, Angelina Crews, 31 at the Split' Rail Lounge In Lake, performed in the Children's

to dogs those cold attending.Hampton drinks,.cookies and cakes has been interning for the past four assistance offered by ..,.their Kelly 'Crlbbs, Danielle Hersey, Ala hua. March In the Christmas, party, scene.

was in the holiday spirit months Hawthorne.at Shell Elementary" Schoolin neighbors and frienda.I*; ":' Christina Broome, Sonya Hodges, Home for Christmas...

Saturday',," Dec.,15, with the Parade Mrs. Waters was honored Friday, Recuperating., .. t jfr;4"IIf.f'" Johnson Tori' Jennifer; Darley Julie Mrs.. Viola "tefebvre'returnal" ta ]Lawtey Newsby


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+ r Grace United Methodist Church

will have their Christmas programat
Aa. the church Sunday,Dee.,23,in the
evening at 7 p.m. '
The UnltedMethodlst Women met
ai the Methodist paI'IIOURgeTueI
day, Dec. 18. for their Christmas
party. .t

Corrections:

r cxosEO aawsrn+As Mr. and Mrs. $.L. Wilkison, Jr.
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f EVE AT TW PM went to Jacksonville on Sunday
afternoon< Dec. 9, to do their
Christmas shopping.Miss .
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Buy-1 Get-I / Christmas Arthurine Blanchard spent
J 1 from Wednesday to Sunday with
FreeGolden 1
''," ., pay' Miss Esther Mason of Doctor Inlet
A4
Flake REOPEN WED, oEatq Miss Robin Henry, of Archer..
t1l came over on Sunday, Dec. 2, arxlDee.
>....,
Com Chips "" J;> C N 9 and went to church with Mr,
KINQ SIZEBBO OR 1JfqJ'ft GS and Mrs. Charles Starling and(ami
8OZPKG.Northern. b NO ly and was their Sunday dinner

b guest

i1I Personals...
I
O Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of

t"OQ Hilliard visited their mother, Mrs.
O.J. Anders On Dec. 10. '. '
9., Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly entertained .
at a luncheon at Crawdaddy's
oj in Jacksonville on Saturday Dec. 15,.
__ in honor of their daughter,Mrs.John
Napkins Torode Jr. who 'graduated Cum
I i iT79 Laudi from the University of North
Florida..Those attending were John'
Torode, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Donald;
Kelly of Starke. Mr.,and Mrs.John'
I Torode, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
i t'd Torode of Kingsley Lake, Ms. Snllle
Patrick and Mr.and Mrs.David Kelly -
of Jacksonville,and Mr, and Mrs.
Earl Troxell and Ms. Pat. Hayes of
,09u Lawtey.
Morris Gay will go back into St.
Vincent's Hospital. Jacksonville,
Dec. 19. for,surgery to remove acataract

.. on his right eye to do a
.... ob; rolJ lense .
+rMMw, ".?"...."',,.... msi :3"d' : ,----,.,,,,.,,,. ,' I'IHII...... ,1 '1 ,fIl"J ,+' lIJ\YI'ayen transplant aoW\th. on that....,'**_y ;OurMrr ....
rJlll!!! >' A '
:: :: } and Mrs. 'Tom Barry' of \
.J.:: T
a '
1&5OZ CflBSM; STYlIAJf Jacksonville visited their brother
KfcflNFL: CORN,1&5OZ !GREEN, e 6'gr' ave
BEANS OR 1 OZ FRENOESTYLE law and sister, Mr and Mrs Harold
: YOUR 8t rBEAN8 Grapes Oranges Eunice on Sunday afternoon.
'.
Mrs. Wayne Hardee and son,
43flO ; Michael, of I Highland, visited her
mother, Mrs. Thelma Carter, of
i Hill on Friday night.
FRESH FIOWOA 0I0At1IA! RED Clay
Green Cukes 't,5/1 ..OOPANJOU Mr.'and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan of
.
; Sweet Potatoes .. u.39 Brunswick Ga., 'and,, son, Paul,
PR IOIIC' CALIFORNIA'
/ spent' the weekend with their
Eating! Pears1'. *u 89< Green Onions. .SSUNCH 1.00 mother. Mrs. Mable McClellan.:On

FRESH CEU.O I'KQ. Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs.

:Bell Pap .4J1.OO. Freeh Radishes ,.<.%S. .14 Johnny Tomlinson, Mrs. Randall
I" Reddish, Robert McClellan! and son
.-. CANADIAH
Jeff her
were supper guests.
1.,.... e Gt300nut.Mcbg9. Rutabaga, ., ;, .,. .UI.19PARADISE' Mrs; Glen Shuford and her
a.;( mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, hosted

Bucket, r0, guests over the weekend Includingher
grandson, Marine Major and
Franks Olives NA1\JREs'oWt.iJ Mrs Darel 'Martin and family of

,. Party Flake orCJoverteaf. $1O9 ,Albany,Ga. '
Sodas a.,,/' '. 2 ( uq ', Mrs. Shirley Newport of Orange
AU.FLAVOM 5.7502: 6'9 12 r l Park spent Wednesday night with
Rolls '., PAK o r her friend Mrs. Mabel McClellan.
Mrs Glen Shuford and her
--- (: Hester Hicks visited
TWO iN' mothe't.Mn. ,
,
'I ., lITER .6 9' 'DIJTCHEIS JIUIoIIPt< Olr Iwm' PANm MOB KINQ err! Mrs Hicks' sister Mrs. Marion'

:Potato,Poe,'\r';,'". o? 1.09, Whlto Broad 3LOAvls 1.40" ,. Dec.Marra 9.Mrs.of Jacksonville,,: Sunday

"" ,,,, T, Bill Crouse and family were
.: = honored guests for a birthday dinner
.
.=: FritoLay =. "' ." ?r, Sunday Dec.16,for Bill's 55th birth
: MR&SMrTHSPumpkin
: Bruce ( ''t* 'day. He was presented with a cake
per *P& i .; 2 02 .$ 169 1' and various gifts for the occasion.
,
and close
: Cut Yams Family friends were present -
i $ .. pig FROZEN'i ,
:
140Z. ,199 : ,
''; Miss Elizabeth Terry will visit her
Pt4t1'
:= : (: PAnnevnmeDeep nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs.

8,9, Dish We SheH .H..d PnON .69 Terry Futch. and sons, Monday,
Dec. 24 through Saturday, Dec. 29.
\ BUTTER\CHEESI on WHEAT a HONEY '
We were to hear that Mrs.
PANTRY PRIDECranberry 2bz; ., SaraLeeCrolanls. ftOZ 1.'i9 sorry
; *\tf*FROZEN Myra Rafuse Is a patient in Bradford,
11'ICPICANA' I'UM 101)% Hospital Inc.' in Starke with

Orange .JuIce'f1\1., ;\ ; . ,, ": 2 ..99 4 'pneumonia.Mrs. Our prayers, are with

Sauce ... ber.
''

;,.A --- ... ,Bird.eye Cool Whip ri' ..,. ,',.fmx*. ..89 mother. Mary, Mrs.E.Harold Springer Starling visited, last her'

"i MDIIIDVIOI'tnst..Q.NI8U1'I caw ,, week In Lawtey and :her mother
,' AlkaSeJtzer .. JIUa 011 BI'ANI went back home with her to Auburn-
: /21. :$1'i : : reen.QI nt Vogetabloo. ...101'P 'I6Q1,+! ,:89, dale ,and. spent. the week. While
there,'she visited her'sister, Mrs.
: \, 4'9' ,Mary Sellers, and they went shopping .
Budweiser' in Winter Haven and Lakeland
"j; 'I' also visited her;[ nephew,v Greg,
'; Ilyman-,, In''Seffuer who has been
wine
1
"" : 'SSSLp hurt in a oar accident in the sum
t. Sweet ( t '('a oOttlENCrraua RACK JOZPANS'Almaden mer. He is improving and is home
I J ,for a while now.She came home Sun
I ls .day with Mrs. Mary Springer and
& Low
I $99 $ 8'\ :grandson. Matt Prtnglew ,
: : ': ,100 COUNT 2' : Pastor and, Mrs David Brown
", Herb Ox. l visited Mfe and Mrs. Charles Lewis.
,. '
.. 99* Bouillon'CubesaaBtoRCHeraN G' and family on Sunday afternoon.

vloe e.. 03t ; :C111'ch Activities...,
'IQ '
\ Q) Fruit will be handed'cut Sunday

' .., morning after'the, services. First
I ; Cream ; oauoi Baptist Church will present their

':. 'tr HAIJF GALLON ,x > Atf SpuntMie X4.79 Christmas. play on'tund8nI b ,

f' '\ 1 ,.Jas.. uAiri f h Gourds Dec;as A

P?. ," a..a.J r ; t Ale qa Wmo*Tower 3.99,
K chin feeds, .r
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BHS Players: Honored*. '
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First row, l-r, Jamie Whitehead, (Craig Foster, John David Francis Banquet., Barry Donald on the.Thornton second ,J-owi), l-r. Richard Crosby, Rusty Sullivan Michael Early,
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"Honestly, I never thought I would next year." 1. People who win ere the ones who coach? Galen Hall comes across asa j
be head coach," said Coach Galen In a rambling speech, Hall'emphasized believe they are. 'the 'ones .who Knowledgeable man who Is sincere
Hall, the keynote speaker at the BHS the positive about prepaying deserve 1 to win through hard work. in what he has chosen as his career.
.- Football' ,banquet last Saturday oneself for. challenges, both on '2. Displace all fear with 'en- -
,.'' night,Dec. 15, in the National Guard and off the football field. He spoke of thusiasm **'
armory on Edwards Road. a college player who was told lie had 3. Emphasize suc/:ess."
Well, he's the head man 'now terminal cancer at age 19 who foughtit 4. Everyone m have. ( a purpose j
along with being the ''coach thar.brought off and now is a Naval Officer. He .and goal in life.
the Southeastern Conference encouraged'all present to keep up What,Coach Galen Hail lacks in
title to the University of their studies because If an individual glibness or polish,makes up for in:
Florida for the first time in 52 years:; can't graduate from high' school, real substance in his words. Rumor-
Not to mention being named the then he can't play on a college team had it at one time that he wouldn't be,
Coach of the Year by the SEC after, Galen Hall's prescription; for winn- named head coach because' he;
being on the job for only a few mon ing in sports and lit real life was wasn't great salesman,,rbut.\'who.
distilled by him into four points; needs a salesman: when'yoU.need,a S
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departure. i
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Cummings, now a scholarship'
player at U of F The theme of
preparing for opportunities was
what the coach came to Starke to
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pie to think youuatg. Character is '
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team didn't lay down and die, but I
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allegations; They were. ready ,to I
show what they were made of and
what their new 'coach had taught''
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to do just as well as this year.
.. Hopefully, for Gator fans all over, it. %, and spirit of the ,\,, .
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1 ; games they played, the BHS Lady Dead even at the end of the first forced Middleburg to, com H\ ..
Tornado basketball team is now period, the Lady Tornadoes pulled out and attack and which got Mid '*'r....'\ .
three and five for the season. away from an 8-8 tie to lead 20-17 at dleburg to fou'I' the Tornado girls: n
Trouncing Middleburg 42-28 Dec. the end of the first half. The four corner offense can be used ."i.r.'f
13, the ladies followed this up with a "Hard to say, just sluggish at as a stall or as an offense,and Coach ))3
42-35 bes'ing of Hawthorne Dec. 17, times. Not as aggressive as we Slater had the BHS girls use it as an\ 1-1(.'
but lost to a highly touted Keystone should have been," indicated Slater. offense, drawing fouls and getting il; L a
Heights five 33-36 Dec. 18. By the end of the third period, the easy scoring opportunities. *,m nlt'J.
Starke girls had opened the lead to Once BUS got ahead 20-10. Marla '"Ci, :1 At this ,'11"
They Came Close... five points (30-25) and when the Reddish drove .the lane and Cindy ;-/V;' ''';
When Keystone Heights came to game was over, had taken it to Strickland drove to the basket. In ', ': .
the BHS Gym last Tuesday night, 7(42-35)( the fourth period,leading 36-20,BHS':;;, \\I wonderful and magical :; ;:;'
they didn't seem to expect to find a Marla Reddish was high scorer used the four corner offense 'as a"' ., ,, ,\,, :a1i'
fiesty bunch of lady Tornadoes with 22.followed by Cindi Strickland stall, forcing Middleburg to foul in' ,, "
waiting. Coming off a big win with S and Tina Mosely with 10. The an- attempt to get the basketball '' ;; : : time of the year, our thoughts i
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against Middleburg (70-30)), the In- team made 8 of 14 free throws for 57 ,. ;
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When the dust settled following a M. RMdlin f-'-II C.Itrlcklind.....,T.Mo... Cindy Strickland scored 7 of her 9 '- '/ "
ly 4-MO P. D.vll I-I, points in the third period, Evette I.
highly physical and toughly con- Gainey 6 of her 7 Felicia progress .possible: fihankyou dear and ;
points
BUS 42 4 ,
tested game, the BHS girls had Middleburg 28 Davis 5 and Marla Reddish 4. ,. :,, t'
clearly put a scare into the big girls I '. ,_._ ..
from Keystone. Even though the A 22 point performance in the third BHS led 8.7 after the first period, continuedpatronage
royal friends for
score was BUS 33, Indians 36, it was period pushed the BHS girl varsity lost the second period 4-8, won the. your I
basketballers to their first win of the third 22.5, and the fourth .
impressive performance by a young 98. Maria ,
Tornado team. season last Thursday, Dec. 13, a Reddish led with 10 points. Cindy goodwill ..1 I
Down 11 points at the end of the 42.28 victory over Middleburg on theTornadoes' Strickland had 9,, including 7 from and ; _....
first quarter, Coach John Slater home court. the free throw line. Freshman I
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changed his Tornado defense plan toa BHS got ahead in the third period Felicia Davis scored 8 points, and j
2.3, which helped Starke to cut Coach John Slater installed a four Evette Gainey 7. tA erry Christmas, !
down the lead. 1
"We were down 2.13 at the end of .
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mistakes a young team makes..not 0
aggressive, not moving the ball," (
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By half-time, Starke had cut or Special 0 1 .
Keystone's lead to 6. with the score 11 nn .'ut
1521. While never able to go ahead, Wednesdays and Thursdays Only O rvr olno in
the Lady Tornadoes threatened ,,,I
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close,,' indicated Slater. -' ,, .' ,t .''f! IV, ".' /
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game actually was, with both teams
making 16 baskets. The differencewas D x a '
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.ornado Vatsity.Players'. Split a Pair piJEloopstornado A *in ,; '- ..".. '3',

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|neg this winning 63-61 over Gainesville High School. GHS BUS, kept BUS in the game in the fourth the score sounds.:' Memory .r

iss 4A Orange Park and losing Santa Fe and Hernando High! ol period with four baskets of his own Tt wasj \-lo the first: period, 1:'

Tuesday night Dec. 18, In Mac, Brooksville are the entries. Coach .as ;BHS edited Class 4A Orange Park of our beloved W.T. Prevatt at Christmas with loving '!

finny* Sexton did not know the times Tues memories. ,. ..;

d llS half imply again fell BaKer apart High in in the Mac-se- ,.ed day in night the Dec.but 27 they Telegraph.will be announc NIGHT WATCH SERVICE Four Christmases ago you had to go away to .be" with" ''':::1

nljy unable to hold onto' ,the I' our God & Lord. ,, ,:{

slcelba" or score a, basket, say DIIS 47 Baker 61 : But you are always with us in silent thoughts; and .
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igh[ich to Mike beat Baker Sexton In, its It home Is always gym: Baker High bombed the BUS five. : Dec. 31st beginning at 8 secret tears. And you are missed at this time of (he year I '"/

iHS is now 2-1 for the season. 46-19 in the second half for a 61-47 S when families gather to share the birth of"Christ and .',,",

Gantes. win Dec. in 18.Macclenny: '. Tuesday night Madison .SreetBaptist family ties are'bonded together. You are always loved, u:'

pcomlng .. It and we surely know are with God great ":
fjHS' hosts Hawthorne was the first loss of the season you a angel :

day' night Dec. ?1, in two High games.this for record.the Bradford' five, now With a 2-1 t' SPECIAL SPEAKERSLeon IF i host, so shine 'so' very bright and be with us this ,;:;"

eJV at 6:30: p.m. and the varsity atp.m. pdom Betl-el Baptist Christmas night. :. ,:'

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Hawthorne is expected to be 61 Greg Douglas, Kingsley Lake Baptist I I /, Brenda Alan 7""

ugh says Coach Sexton; ,Robert.!. C. Gillis, Madison., St. Baptist ;; Mana J,

Jan. 3-4 the Tornad9 flv.e.will play Darren ,Chandler. scored! 19,points' : '.....
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leJal I NOTICEOF On: 9/1 1/1984,' ERNEST On 9/11/1984. BLAKE,, -tOn 9/11/1984WAYNE. those at Starke. UNITED STATES DISTRICT ,1

NoticesNOTICE APPLICATIONOn EDWARDS, Ht.il Box I HAMILTON, P.O. Box 37,. PARRISH; Rt. 1,, Box 334. FlorIda COURT MIDDLE! 1"1 "

9/11/1984, Brooker. .FICl1! 32622 Brooker Fl 32622. made ,. Brooker Fl 32622: mode Dated: Nov, 29. 1984. DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 'I""

I DONALD E. NEIGHBORS made application for application for woter use application for water use Richard L. Cox Jr. JACKSONVILLE DIVISION ,,)'rCoYIjNo.

t treii.Tsojs On 9/11/1984 H.C. Rt. 1. Box 519. Lak. water use j permit permit 2-84-00984 for an' permit: 2-84-00903 for on 'United State Martha! 4JO9CivJ14 !

\You and each of you .DOUGLAS Rt. r. Box Butler, Florida 320S4 2:8401036for' an average daily average 'dally Middle District '' ,d
are hereby !ond h.rewlthglv.n 338. Brooker FL 32622. made application for average .?,' dally withdrawal of '0.1816 'withdrawal of 0.3822 of Florida UNITED STATES OP :.1 ,

NOTICE that I I. h.r.by notice In' accor. mad. application for waleruse permit withdrawal. ',of- 0.0031 1 million gallon per day million gallon. per doy Dorothea Bean. AMERICA Plaintiff. .;

given on Monday dance with Florida water use permit 2-84-00912 for mllllori gallon1 per day from surface water from ground and surface Assistant United v' ,;,.
Dec. 31, 1984, at 10:00: Statutes that the City 2-84-00994 for an dally an from. ground waters located In Section 13 ft waters located In Section States Attorney BOBBiE J. FRANKLIN, .
o'clock A.M. the 'under..Ign.d. average
,
Council of Lawtey average dally withdrawal of 0.0018 1 located In Section 07 14, Township 07 South. 23; Township 07 South, Attorney for f/n/a BOBBIE J. MERj'
,
GATOFREIGHTWAYS. Florida will conduct 1 withdrawal of 0.0033 million gallons doy Townshlpi 07/g South Rang. 19 East,.,and Sec"tlon Range "20 East Brpdford Plaintiff CHANT and SIM ;> ,
f ""
INC. public hearing at a million gallons per day from ground per waters Range .20 East i Bradford ,''\'-'" 18 Township 07 County, Florida for 11/29 tchg 12/20 FRANKLIN. her husband, '.
:
will .11!! ol : :
public auction '
for cash 'at 2175 Commonwealth regular meeting held at from ground und surface located In Section 28 County Florida, for South; Range 21 ,East; agricultural uses.' .' et at.. Defendant. ),..,
,7:30: p.m. at City' Hall waters located In Section Township 05 South domestic type uses. Bradford County. Written objections .or IN THE CIRCUIT

Av. 1 lawtey Florida, on Mon. 23 ft 26. Township 01 Rang. 21 1 East Bradford Written objections or Florida tot agricultural comment on this application COURT FOR NOTICE. OF SALE, ,IJ.
Jack.onvllFla"/ 1 1
on. 'doy. 7, South Range 20 East comments pn -this be filed ;
January 1985, Florida for' oppllcotlon may BRADFORD COUNTY, ,
lot of lighting equipment County ,'be uses.Written 1 Notice I I. hereby gIven : ,;
and will consider an, Ordinance Bradford County, domestic may filed objection or with the1 Governing i i'FLORIDACIVIL
consigned to Inter- type use with that pursuant to a Final ".i;I
for the
Florida
relating to: agriculturaluses. Written objection Gov.rnlngBoatd comment; on thIs application Board of the SuwapneeRiver DIVISION' .
matlc. Cape Coral; Fla. orcomm.n" of the Judgement entered on ; ; .
Amend the Comprehensive thIs .Suwannee may be filed Water Manage CASE NO. 84.4)6)
and on. lot of mat- land Use Written objections orcomment on op. Rlv"r Water/: Management with the .Governing ment DistrIct Route.3, COMMUNITY.STATE November 9. 1911... by >I. I
be filed .
plication ..
tr....* consigned to Plan to provide that on this application with the may'GoverningBoard District,' i Route 3. Board of the SuwanneeRiver Box 64, live Oak FL ,BANK OF STARKE Plain.. the above entitled Court '
Bobby Brock of Bradley lands be filed Box 64, live Oak. FL In the above styled ',.
classified until
currently .may of the Suwannee. Water Management 32060.. 1/21/1985. tiff. ( ,
Florida to satisfy freight Residential with the 32060 until ttfl/1985. cause 'the. undersigned :.
and 12/20
Governing River District Route. 3, Itchg vs ., oJ
and storage charg., Board of the Water Management -' lltchg 12/20 ........ United States Marshal at '
designated by the plan SuwanneeRiver District Route 3, Box 64, LiveOak; FL, 'LINDA HAWKINS Defendant !
under the provl.lon. of as yellow be Water Management '*;:;".:% 32060 until 1121/1985. any of his duly authoris ., ,.
Section 4b( ) of Uniform Box 64, Live Oak FL IN THE CIRCUIT ed deputies will ..lIlh. '"
.: \
reclassified to Mobil. District Route 3, 'j' .i'I'' Itchg 12/20 "
"
Standard Bill of lading. Home and designated Box 64. live- Ook; FL 32060 ,until, 1/21/1985.Itch ." NOTICEOF ........ COURT FOR NOTICE OP SALE property situate In Bradford .;/10
; 12/2Q BRADFORD
Color Frelghtways Inc.Carrier'. brown', the property of 32060 until 1/21/1989.; APPLICATIONn < : COUNTY County Florida;

Daniel Phillips, described Itchg 12/20 'NOTiCeOF .' ,12/06/1984.' 'N6TICE I v FLORIDA. NOTICE I I. hereby described at:

12f202tch9 12/27 as follows: lot 3 In .-..... 'STARKfi, FIRST, METH. .APPLICATION CIVIL DIVISION that to Lot 6, DENNY" "
given pursuant
....... APPLICATIONOn CASE NO. 84608In HEIGHTS. r.jt
..... CH., Walnut ft $fI.r.on '.
Block Twenty-two ((22)) In 11/29/1984, CECILE. .On'> ,, 12/11/1984 the Final Judgement Commence NW ".
at the
INVITATION TO BID the 'City of lawtay St., ,Stqrk, CRAWFORD, JR.. Rt. 1 Rei The Marriage of corner of the SW'/i\ of the TiiiJ
Florida as mapped and NOTICE ; Box ,Flo. madeapplication! forwotet.'u.e CHURCH. ".0. $o* 181, EDWARD 84-416. In the Circuit.
506 tawtey CLAY HOISINGTON SW of Section 22
plotted the public OF APPLICATION S?' perrnif2840Q842for Hampton; FL' 32044, for Bradford County !
The Board of, County upon 32058 made application ; Husband Court Township South. Range /III..Il't
records of Bradford On 9/11/1984. WILBURSTEPHENS an made application for I will sell the
Florida
Commissioners' of Brad- .for water 'use t permit and 22 East, Bradford County ': .
ford will receive County. Florida, at ; P.O. Box 14.Lawt.y. for' average :m& buy water use permit property situated In
County 2-84-00908 ark'overage MARTHA SIDLEY HOIS- Florida and
Stork., Florida. Florida ,32098, withdrawal'" >f; 0.0004miilion'gollons' 2-84-01060 for an' Bradford County run lOIl.rtj .
sealed bids at 9:30: a.m. 'dally INGTON, Wife. North "9..decree. 40 .
You are further, made application for per day dally .FlorIda described as !''
on Monday January 7, given withdrawal' 0.0026 average .-I} : minutes East, 680.82
'1985 In the County Commissioners NOTICE that a copy of water use ?.. permit 'million gallon per day from ground !t\wot.rs withdrawaLlof O.OO24V NOTICE '>}. '. lot 7., Block t. to a point. Thence I..t'r run '/ 0.
located In 1 Section 28, I ,
Room at h. aid proposed ORDINANCE 2-84-00993 for an from ground water \ ; million gallons p.r' day' .. OF ACTION' GAHAGAN' SUBDIVISION South 0 :'degrees, '47 '
Bradford County Cour I I. available for average dally located In Section 13. TownhIp',06'" \ South ,. from ground ..waters'located f > .'. a* recorded In Plat minutes. West. 356.5 leet "Jff.'

thouse. your Inspection at the withdrawal"of' 0.0011 Townlhlp South. Rang. 12 h.t\\ BradfordviCountyV i In Section 24, TO: EDWARD,' CLAY ;\ .Book 2, Page 41, public to a point; thence run' JL'll'air
Office of the City Clerk million gallon per' day ploelda for 9 Township 07 South record .of Bradford :
Bid will be received Range 22 East Bradford HOISINGTON; Residence, 'North, 89. degrees, ,40
for General Liability Insurance City Hall. Lawt.y.Florida. from 'ground waters County Florida for climate control. s ,Range 21 last' Bradford' Unknown. County Florida. Sold lot- minute East 243.4 feet : HI

Automobile located In Section 27 agricultural uses Wfltten obectlons| or County;,, Florida for being mor.. particularlyidescribed' i to point of beginning."i
Each and Township' 05 South comments. on this op. water utility uses ofollows ,
every person : '
Liability and Physical Written objection or YOU ARE' NOTIFIED / Continue North 89degrees "
Damage, EquipmentFloater havIng any Interest Rang. 22 East Bradford Comment on this application plication may be filed ', it.Written objections or thot an 'action' for From the. NE comer of 40 minute I IS' '
Money ft whatever In the enactment County, Florida for may be filed with, .the. Governing J omm."" on this op1 Dissolution of Marriage'has the NEVi"of the SEVi of East 85 feet to a point ta

Securities, and Worker of this proposed agricultural u.... with the Governing Board of the SawonneeRiver plication! may be filed been filed'agaln.t the SE'4! of Sectlon"21.Town"'lp"6 thence North 0 degrees
ORDINANCE should appear Written objections or Water! Management \.;;' with', the Governing South Range-
Compensation'. Loss experience 'Board of the Suwannee you and you are requiredto 47 minutes East; 131.5 "
Information on and be h.ard at the comments, .on this application River Water Management District, .Route 3, Board, of the Suw nn.. serve a copy of your 22 East, run South 300 ft. feet to a point thence

these policies may be rand place prescribed. may be filed District Route 3, Box. 64, .LiveOak, FL River1'Water Manage"ment' written defences, if any. to the FOB thence run South 89 degrees; 4Q eu
with' the Governing 32060, until .!''1/21/1985 bistrict Route 3. Richard E. West 100 ft,, thence run .1
picked up at the Bradford Box 64, live Oak. FL to It, on Welty. minute West, 45 feet to-
CITY Board of the Suwannee "Hchg 12/20 Box,' 64; Live Oak Fl South 50 h: thence
.
COUNCIL. run
PetItIoners ;
County Clerks Of 32060. until 1/21/1995' .. ,1' attorney a point on the R/W of' 'GD
.. ..' LAWTEY4FLORIOA'...., ,.River Water Manager ,, \ \' ,'32060. untlll/21/985.u. East 100 ft., thence run
fice. I IGi114.rtS. M fIV.OJ "' A' ltdhgl2/20: .. I: j ,, whose oddres Is ,Post.OHIce .Charles Court. Thence! ,, ; ;"I'
f
..., m.nt District. Route 3, .;I "Chi.IU... ,. Box 9-fc! .SJoiHPwfor 1,I' ',North SO fU to the FOB.,v,td.Sewfeeaserb. a3,6LE'ee4&LZ' "
Clerkto I | the.,Brown Board*,......"I ...'''''',2, :t b .. 1'ft tUff#H::" lhr. Oo* nil. q f {.WNOTiCe 11II'"""l'i:f.-N01tC{; .( "fh 'f'f!:!!'
2/20 2tchg 12/27 32060, until 1/21/1989. OFAPPLlCo\T1P "'":! -' ,,'If! J before 24 December land being' In the NEVi of chord of 97.12 feef on'o' ,I,
? NOTICEOF 'On'l1lI9B4,
.......- Itchg 12/20 OF APPLICATIONOn 1984, and file the the SE'/i of the SE'/4 of bearing of South 45 ,,,,. '
APPLICATIONOn ...ee..v RUSSELL E. SHERWIN., ., NOTICE the Section 21, Township 6
9/25/1984, KERR original with Clerk of degrees, 13 minutes, 30
IN THE CIRCUIT 9/11/1984. J.W. NOTICEOF T ,"P.p.Box: ,163'Momptonu 'OF'A..PLlCATlON'C1n'1211.19 thIs Court either before South. Range 22: Ea.t.and ,
MCGEE CORP.. Rt. Box seconds West to a point
mad'llappllcl.tlon .
KELLEY. Rt. 1 Box 342. FL 32044, MON.
COURT FOR BRADFORD APPLICATION. 165 Brooker FL 32622 : Service upon Petitlonrsattorney contains .1147 of on thence South" degrees,
COUNTY. FLORIDA Breaker Fla. .32622, On. 9/11/1984 made ,application for for water use permit TGOMERY CONF or Immediately acre more or less (Lot 7, 47 minutes West, 91.5
: made ,application, for WILLIAM R. ALDERMAN 284.00982 tor on CENTER R$.'3, Box 1102 Block
PROBATE DIVISION'File water us* permit thereafter: otherwise a 1. see pB 195 feet to a point of beglnnr 1
Number 84-1 12-CP water use permit P.O. Drawer 190 Hampton 2-84-00909 .for Vanaverage' average dally1 Starke, 'FL 32091. mod. D.faul.'wlll be entered Page 273)). Ing. All lying In Section

Division! ((13599)IN 2-84-00988,", for an ; Flo. 3204...'made application dally' withdrawal .of 0.0034 application far water use ognlnst you for relief at public sale, to the 22 Township 6 South
.
average dally for water use withdrawal' of '0,2227 million day permit 2-84-01068. for an; demanded In' the Peti highest bidder for;' cash; Range 22 East Bradford

RE: ESTATE OF :V. withdrawal 0.0048 permit 2-84-00992. an' million gallons per day',: frA..from' gaIlOn'rt.r rfex., overage dally tlon. at the front door of the County Florida I

JOHN M. GODWIN million gallons 'per day average" dally from ground waters,"! waters \ .withdrawal. of 0.0066. DATED this 20th day of Bradford 'County Courthouse : at public outcry to the
Deceased from ground water withdrawal of 0.0036 located Jn i ''Section 311, 30 TownshipOff South. if million gallons' per ,day.frontaground November 1984. In. Starke. highest and bestj>ldder
.22 lost Bradford {
located In Section 21 Rang. ; waters
': t million gallon per day Township 06 South, GILBERT S. BROWN .Florida, between 11:00: for cash af the hour of
'. Township 07 South from'' 'ground water County Florida .for located In. Section' 01.Town.hlp' LERK OF THE COURT and
NOTICE
Range 20 East Bradford a.m. 2:00 p.m.: on 12:00: o'clock Noon 'on'
.
OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Range 20 East Bradford located In Section 16,20 t County Florida!" for agricultural used.Written ,08. South, By: Beulah Moody the 20th day of' January 8, 1985 at the
County Florida for ft 21Town.hlp 07 South, agricultural uses. objections or Range 22 East Bradford Deputy Clerk December 1984.GILBERTS. front door entrance of

administration, of agricultural uses. Range 22 East Bradford Written objections .or comments on this application County, Florida for 1/224tchq12/13! BROWNAS the Bradford County
be filed ..
Written objections "or :'' florida for may water utility use. -
the estate of JOHN M. County comment on this' application CLERK OF SAID Courthouse/; at Starke,
Gov.rnlngBoord .
comment on this ap-, l with the 'Written objection or STATES
GODWIN deceased. File agricultural use* may ,be filed UNITED .,. COURT Florida.
Number 84-112-CP, Isv plication:,may. be flied, Written objection 'or with the Governing of the SuwanneeRiver comment on this application DISTRICT COURT By; Beulah M. Moody Dated: November 26,

pending In the Circuit with the Gov.rnlng'Board comments on this application Board of the Suwannee 'Water Manege-.; 'may be filed MIDDLE DISTRICT. V ; Deputy Clerk 1984. -
.
Court for Bradford County of the Suwannee may be filed River Water Mondgement ment District, Route;3, "' with the' Governing FLORIDA V 11/29 4tchg 12/20 Richard L.Cox. Jr.
Water \ Box-' 64, Live. 'Oak. 'FL, Board'of the Suwannee .
< .
,
Florida Probate Division River Manage with the GoverningBoard District, Route 3. JACKSONVILLE DIViSION i ,United Slates MarshalMiddle
the address of ment District Route' 3, of the Suwannee Box- 64 live Oak FL .:'- 32060<,untlH2l198SVT" ,' .. .; River Water Management Court No. 84-510 'Ii, v. ,'1''1 '. ...-. District of
Box 64, 'Live Oak. Ft, Itchg 12/20) District Route ,3 ..1 .
: Clv-J-16 .
Water .
River Management ; Florida.Dorothea
which, Is North'T.mpl.' 32060.until 1/21/1983: ,1.
.
....... .
until 1/21/1989. ," Box 64, Live Oak. Fl I: '
Avenue, Starke. Florida 32060 District Route 3, Itchg)2/2G( : ,1". Beane
32091. The.'names and 1!chg 12/20 Box "64, Live Ook."fa. .1 ..-.... 32060. until 1/21/1985. UNITED STATES OP':>> : IN THE CIRCUlf *Assistant United StatesAttorneyAttorney
........ until ltchgl2/20 AMERICA Plaintiff. ,; .
,
32060 1/21/1989.
addresses of the peri "' COURT FOR .for.Plaintiff' .
NOTlC ...... '
NOTICE '
sonal representative and Itchg 12/20 NOTICEOF v. BRADFORD COUNTY,
APPLICATION'On ... ... OF APPLICATION NOTICEOF '.
OF GEORGE W. WILKERSON FLORIDA 12/06 4tchg 12/27
the personal representative's APPLICATIONOn .
.
'; .On 9/11/1984 ROBERT)
9/11/1984 JAMES ;, APPLICATION'On' and ANNIE D. WILKER- CIVIL DIVISION

forth below.attorney; ,ore set C. !KNIGHT, Rt. 1 Box NOTICE MCGEE 9/23/1984.CORP., Rt. )'I KERR Box G. PATERSON JR. Rt, 2.' .9/11/1984 '.SON, D.endonts.NOTICEQFSALF. 'I (, CASE NO. 84.432 -.-... ii
Box 2815 Slark.1FL3209t. S HAAS. Rt. 2 I
Fla. 32058.: WILLIAM ,
244 lawtey OF APPLICATION FLEET FINANCE ft- MORTGAGE .
All Interested 163, Brooks Fl.32622 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
persons.are made application !. Storke. Fl
made application" 'forwater On. 9/11/1984. ANITA, Box 2860. INC., formerly s.
required to file with'this mad* application for OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
for water ustv pehmlt 32091 mod. application'for ... ,
,
permit' : '
use
BOLES, Rt 2. Box 2069 SOUTHERN DISCOUNT '
MONTHS court,OF WITHIN THE THREE FIRST 2-84-00989 for 'ari' Stark.. FL.'32O91. made wcftelV 2-84.00903 use, for p.rmlt: an 2-84-00983 ,foe. ;dOlly* an, -water1 use permit Notice I I. hereby given COMPANY Plaintiff' CIRCUIT BRADFORD; IN COUNTY AND FOR, i

PUBLICATION OF THIS average doll/ .application for water use ., average' dolly average 2-84-0091.4 for an that pursuant to a Final. v* I

NOTICE:: ((1)) all claims/ withdrawal of 0.0025 permit 2-84-00917 for\on ,i\t, withdrawal of 0.3060 withdrawal* ofgt 9,0031. average dally Judgement entered onOctober HAROLP.,,SSK| MARY FLORIDACIVIL CASE
million/ gollort 'per, day withdrawal of 0.003
'and" million gallon of water .' dally "million 3. 1984. by the ANN TOTH R.A. STUEBE
.
against the e tote, average ; gallons 'p.r day NO, 84-459-CA
from
p.r' day from ,;groundwater withdrawal of 0.0001 grobndwatsrslocated million gallon per day above ,entItled Court In.
I.. SAXON. JR.,
COLE .
((2)) objection by an from ground water .
'
any
in Section ,03, m
from ground waterslocated
'located In Section'r doy the above styled ,,
gallons ond
Interested person 'on million per located in Section 6&&, -' Sov-th 02 cous.e HALBERT-C. SMITH IN RE:'The Marriage of:.
'Township Section ,
In
r 33, Township 05 South from ground' ; water South the undersigned United RUTHANN SMITH his,
whom this notice was Township- MOBLEY 1
V
,2U Eost .Section.,. 06 South. VERNON ;
Bradford Township
Range 22 East located In Section 36 Cast. Bradford ong. States Marshall or any of wife Defendant
served that chall.ng"the Range20
< i 35/ Township ,5' South' Bradford Husband
21 .
for. Range East.
Florida South authoriseddeputies
County Township 05 hit duly
volidlty"of 'the, wilt County, Florida foe I
domestic u.... Bradford .. Range 21 EastBradford County. Florida for will sell the- and .
the qualification of the type Range, 2T.East. agricultural use. NOTICE OF SALE LOUISE MOBLEY,
County, Florldo/'Mor
personal ,representative 'Written' objection or.' County; Florida for' Written objection* -o*. ..' 'domestic' ? domestic type uses.Written property situate In Bradford Wife
use
orcomment
type objection
comments on this op.'plication .. *
agricultural use thi '. County Florida NOTICE I* hereby '
of comment >
venue,. or jurisdiction on op Written ob lecloft.0' thl ; .
mev' filed on op
the court.: i % :' be yvrlt.n'obi.ctlon' or plication ,may be flied comment*; on tthl..l moy\be 'filed described as: given,:Ihot, pursuant to .NOTICE OF ACTION
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS .. "with" the Governing comments or\ this application. ,. with' th... .Governing plication Commence at the NW the Final: Judg.mententer.d
b
pllcoHon 'lled
'
the' Governing
Board,of the Suwannee't 'rmoy be .filed may % with' of of SE'/. of '
NOT SO FIlED' : ,,.{1' Board of the Suwannee with' .the corner SI'/ In case number TO: VERNON V.
Goyerolng the SuwanneeRiver'
Board of
River Water Management with the Governing '' I4r Township 5.South' .... 'In, the Circuit
WILL. BE FOREVER! '.BAR, i, .River' Water' Management Board -of the-Suwomnee Section .32. MOBLEY. Residence
RED. .; ;' -; District, Route 3: Board of the Suwannee, District Rout., Water Management Range '22 East, Court for Bradford Coun Unknown. ,
'' River Water Manage1m.nt Route 3, '
Publication of this Box;. 64,' Live Ook. FL' River., Water Manage- Box 64. Liv. Oak" 'Fl District Rout,'3, District Oak/Fl 'run S. 25 feet, thence E. ty. Florida I will sell theproperty YOU ARE HEREBY
32060,.'unfj.1121,11985", : 'menl District Rout. 3, Box 64, Alve 25 feet for point of. situated In.
Notice has bevun'Of) 32060 until 1/21/1905. live- Oak-" 'Fl NOTIFIED that an action
'E Box 64. until I/2U1985. '
', Itehg 12/20' ,Box; 64. Live Oak.. FL 1 32060.. beginning; thence continue Bradford County
December 20 1984. Itchg 12/20 Dissolution ol Mar*
I/21/19M. for
oJ?...."" 32060.;until 1/21/1985 ..... 32060. until 'ltchgl2/20. E. 210 feet thence described
Personal ; .Representative 1 Itehg J /2O ... ., Florida as: ,, rlage 'and other relief
; -
: MARGARET !: Gv,' d.' \ ,Jtch2/20. .. "-. .. ", .........!fi ", /;. S. 210 feet, thence W. lot 4 and 5 of Block 1* has been filed againstyou
REGISTER. .''f4431p Atel...,,;, NOTICE ; -_,.-. '. NOTICE "**'.W' NOTICE! 210 feel, thence N.'210 Livingston, Truby ft Compony' -"' In above-styled,
Street Orlando,' Florida 1 ft- OP APPLICATION' (: NOTICe/ ,3\\ APPLICATION -. APPLICATION ,,feet to point of beginnIng Addition -to: the.' Court and 'you ore e.'treJ

33806. \ '4 .I' Personal'; 4:*DONALD.J..I( On .
23 Township
1 for lef If
Attorney 3505W'th', ::C: NUGENT, SR.. Rt. I. your written< ense*.
.
Rt. I. Box 753. lawtey REX I of M'/
9/11/1984 NW
Dudley'P ..: WAiNWRIGHT. P.O. Box In corner, $ uth. Range 22 East, according M.
Representative: Street. Golnesvlll tf Fl Box 363 iStorke, FL any to It on TERENCE
Hardy, ;P.O, ',Drawer: Florida. 32036,water made..!: us1 0P"1 :DIANt, BROWN, 796 ,W. ,176. ..StorkeV. Fl :32OTI,, '32606. mode application 32091.; made application of SE'A-of Section 14. to' the plat BROWN. ESQUIRE; ,Post
for ,
atlon Rd $tork. Township South.
1030 Storke Florida, pll for Market, FL made:applltoflort'" jar 'far -water -iwe1 permit for water use. permit2.e40091 Range; thereof recorded In the Office Drow.r 40.
32091.. T.lephon'(904)( ) permit 2.84-00991' dally an ,32091 1 mode application ,"' }' water use 'p.rmlt 2-84'009' .lornfon $ for out.overage' 23 East, -also on ea ement public'record of Bradford Starker Florida 32091.
',' average for wateruse ,pofltlt'2e400913 [2-84-00704 'for ( j for Ingrea and County.'Vloridd ln'
964-370r.. ,:? -' of 0.0030 .. .an. average, dully : dolly ; and Ilk the original with
.2J2t 'withdrawal : for. on "f doll,. 'ol egress described a* Deed look J, Page 232. Clerk the above-'
average
12lO.tctt: f" ', .withdrawal 'o .,s. withdrawal'' of 0.0062 she ,
.... -' .- ;million gallon. .per day average' dolly'wlthdr.wof "? wlthdrow >(if. 0.1357 million gall ft.h'dav.? day follow: Begin at the NW at public sol.,, to the styled' Court 'on or ,
from ground water ,of '0.0029 'million, gallon per of SEW of $!!/ of *
;,: NOTICE. OF, 27 'imllllon' \gallon 'perdayfroim from ground ; w.t.rs. from ground and surface comer hIghest bidder for cash, (before;13 January 1CJ 5.. '
located 'In Section i million gallon ,day Section 14,' Township 3 front door of the'
the
per '
APPLICATION 'ground wafer 'located fn 'Sectlo (02. located In Section .at Otherwise.,,a judgement
FOR AMENDMENT OF" Township 05,Bradford South. from, ground 'water* ,,faceted ... Section .23;: ;, Township 06.; Stillu1h., '23 water,' Township 06 South, South. Range 22 East,, :Brodford 'County, Courthouse shall be entered against
USE PLAN Range :33 East.' : located In. Section. 21, Townihlp 06 South. .. Bradford jC.9Jin.tv.; toitarke, lor '
THE LAND the.reliolI.r.
*
Florida Range.20 Eo .', ford Rang* 22 East Bradford .you.
tot
'
County*,, Township 06 SouthRong. 22 last Bradford Florida. and "i,569.90"feet Florida. between 11:00. In
,, CrrlOF'LAWflYFLORlDA', use, Range County, FiqvldOforagricultural County Florida! fordomestic quested the Petition;
I domestic type *.22,tost. Bradford' County,, Florida, loragricultural' u....' ,M.::y; ve, to a concrete monument ,a.m. and ,2:00 p.m on WITNESS my hand and
a* : v r. ,," ,,1 t Written objection or: County, Florida.' for w..*> -., .Written ebjnloyo:; Written type objection' or 'thenceS., 1" the: 20tfr 'day'D.b.r:1e4 :.of;: seal of thl Court Oft'thoe.3rd
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', when we needed a fullback he Lonme Hamilton: sam linebackerwho trophy.:,wen, ;V'A to':': carried with it a;s 1,000 scholarship Holida :
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Gerald Brown: broke his 'ankle with a knee injury who can play The initial presentation of the Best A special award was presented to P1.0I4
k\ early in the season but came back either way Receiver aweard went to Tony Vincent Spengler for his support and $ Feature Packed !.'
'I' for the last three games. Mike Chappell: a tight-end with Diggs with 35 receptions. assistance in the.community. Uprlahf with Headlight ,'
Mike Early : tight-end and good speed-and fine hands Sharing the distinction of Outstanding ::
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Craig Falstreaux1: hardnosed and Sophomore... Outstanding Lineman for the
,.' not afraid to stick his nose in there. Ron Brown: had an, outstanding season was Donald Thornton Recipes.. '
,.. \ Jamie ''Whitehead:: finest tackle year..as practices got rougher he Richard Most Improved Award went' toi. (, 7/UiiVa.tt SAVE$5: r
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/"/.A: r" Rusty Sullivan: specialist who did "Maybe our cycle is over... This is Lineman was linebacker: Mike Ear* $ 95 I,
i a fine job.Donald. the first trophy since 1957," said )ly, who led the team for two years in When. 6 9
.t Thornton: three year var- Hurse of the District Championship."We tackles iM,r.j,; eardwaroHwy
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Richard Crosby : success benefit from it." Brown and Rusty Sullivan: :.. recipes handy .
I story,..he's a sleeper who did a Sportsmanship trophy was given where,you can find 964.4649HOURS
tremendous job. Individual Awards... in two cateforles: Offensive and \
Defensive Specialists to Donald tempting menus for
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Frank Long: one ,of the finest meals! Hallmark Monday Saturday
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Jess McSwain: with hard work .
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Jeffery McClellan: wide-out who TheOffice
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Andy Jones: wideout and fastest Shop
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Gary Mize: wide-out who may be a + ?
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loss Friday night, Dec. 14.
It was 8-8 after the first period,

12-12 the second, and BHS was down .- .--. . .-. ,- -.
only two points, 14-16, after the third \\le'd "
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defense. They kept allowing Orange' \ caJft
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Bradford: Iv.y 7420. Jackson 3-0.6. ,
Dlggi3-0-,Thorp. 1-0-2. Hoopor 4-2-10. .
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Park Wlch 1-0-2 Star 0-1-1
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annual Christmas award for our meml;>ei's. We are enthusiastic Maines, president; William Tiffin
Wy and installation of officers ', about Starke,take: Butler vice president; Vernie Odom
h"tr held Thursday Dec. 13, at the and Florida's present and future secretary; and Irene Faulkner,
Golf and Country Club, with and our progress will, be a lot treasurer. New directors installedwere
Reddish being named Realtor smoother and much more exciting'with David Dodge, Susan Reddish,
the Year. Lavern Outlaw and friends like you." Janet Starling, Cecelia TerwiUegar,
!! Faulkner were named Realtor The outgoing president: Susan and Lavern! Outlaw. _
of the Year. Reddish, announced an increase in
In welcoming the large number of membership during the year, and Vernie Odom presented the
R associates, bankers, stated that the board had reached awards, including the presidential
_-I ) t M and other friends present 120 percent of its Realtor Political plaque, and Paul Faulkner. gave the
this occasion, Cecelia Ter- Action goal. Invocation and pledge to the flag.
first president of B-U Bill Means, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.Richard Weity+s nd Bill
said, "We have nothing but District I president of the Florida Means were given gift from the
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I i hit !90th ChrUtmo Communion pt Trinity Church. Trinity Boys Choir and the adult' and .S"AnnI'Creiupwtil in..i'pv. ,Aaitdayr, /. :,, ''Tnl'mole'Earb.IgaiortF' group meet*> each-i) lo* 4iiyat.*'7.30"i :
t: choir with trvmpot will sing the services and there will b*a 30 minute carol ting. Frldoirt at 4 p.m. at the StvAnnl. Episcopal' Church.:.47336924'HAMFTON 'p.m. In the .K;'Yonge ''!"'IIe room); 080 SW, 11th St/Visitors welcome. .
B at 0:30: p.m. with ..,rvlc. beginning at II- CHMSTMAt FtAN:.:.r* cemoyr IS will be the magic day for retldent. '
/ T NfTY. PKCOPAlCH4 CH.;.. tfln y Boy Choir will hold a(h9ibinneronda. .
I CHRISTMAS DECORATING CONTISTM.Loii ButUr Hospital' and Hand Surgery of Hompton. Celebration "will. begin; with a Chrlitma Farad of 11:30it.m., wltKprize Slav. S-t '. '
T Auction Dec, 1 J from, ..m at the Churc!\ PoA.h i $fIou.M..I'n held,
,:' C.ntr I I. 'pon ortr oa' Chrtotma: > orating cont,'.,Jude will ba*. trmlr deel being offered for winning float $90 will be awarded h> tn* first place Bet each week In 1h, Parish House Inctudet"ji4f <<: -
r lions on how freotlotfl! l ly and how fo"r.f"lIy you d.corat. the front of your;hOuse. Entrys $00 for -.n4PIcIce: end SRO: for third place;,A pre! .*s turfcey will b* :;, ,, : Nay Scout Troop'tW' each Tuesday ai 7 p.mv "' ,, I
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not on how much rnorw* you .- nd doing IJ.; ', *, 1. ;/ lathe Best HowMf Hampton Woman'*Clufce:' *nnrm>.pt }f 2::r\'Cub Scout Ppct} 1011 tptdt Monday ..If at ft.IO i.as y L rf.'J< v .
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;j' Melrose Trinity Episcopal Set |o [Travel" to Mexico Boys Choir. Festival


F by.Ann H.Sponholtr ,, which Father Yerkes! ,would meet day at the tl'tl4a.: | serWe-fctTrinity Boys Choir yratibn. Trinity will the CathednW 1 In Saltitto) .iriexloo 'I; The' stHwtweuliir finite. win fa'"
SrECIAlFfATURC: WRITER ; with the.. tame vigor and eloquencethat the choir'ha* been asked tor sing\ at be one of nlw tweri choirs' which where the. five day evens ,takes ,:' ,I, .
fchrislmisi this beloved' nun of the cloth iso num,But t&i'both; rellglousand have beei'f li iaa"q.ift attend the live pl..cf., '::t e rOt,,"'h-' .. !1'-rn. 11 I
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I .'.Lashspennt:that Fattier Fred Yerkes reported that there have been times memorable ex -lence of all awaits 200', youngsters from JI, I iI'I.' I
at Trinity Episcopal when any young man whose voice them two days atier Christmas Canada, Mexico and {he USA In attendance ::t..A : '.:''I,'i ,.I', i il
Church in Melrose. During this time had.not yet changed and who could beginning at ':SO ..m. For that '. < ifq eL'oiie ..rural Video '
it has been no secret, that one of stay in tune at least most of the marks the day,whennine membersof Dr. Fry,wh'p.is a founding director ... +J
Father Yerkes' greatest loves has time, would be in Jeopardy of being the choir along with Choir Director and presently I vice president of the
been the boys choir. subject to Father Xer es' gentle, yet Dr. Fielding Fry will leave for American Boys-,GM"" Federation, ..l In tjI: A
During Father Yerkes' half cen- 'affective persuasion. Few everregreted Mexico. explains that" Federation this time of taM pY :
tury of association with Trinity, the experience For the second year in .'row, the presently con.lsts of 2,000
keeping a good-sized choir singing The experience for\th youngsters TrInity. Boys Choir has been invitedto youngsters; It was,founded 17 years ',: ..1! tfioufifits and worR3s" ;(:'.:" ;I
each Sunday has often been a singing in Trinity's present choir has attend the Boys Choir Festival in ago and ia. earl 'pf\a world wide \ '"
challenge in itself. A challenge: been vast. Besides singing each Sun- Mexico sponsored by, the 'Amerlcan federation < Consisting of some 4,000 \a;: hearts,-we wish you a'tiiBl f A
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given by the governor of the'state If L. :i
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'. Melrose Boys Choir Goes, to Mexico.:.. Guida; Don"Cleyenger and'Andy Pugsley.' '

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died Tuesday, Dec. 18, at his Born and raised in Cherokee Coun- by Bridges of Senoa, Ga., Harold Richard B. McFarland,and Walker 'help in our recent sorrow. For the : canes, my good friends and
residence, following a lengthly il- ty, Ala., Mr. Payne was the widowerof Bridges of Keystone Heights, and McFarland, all of Miami Roy beautiful service, floral 'offerings customers at the Handy-Way store :
lness. the late Minnie Lee Payne; was a Dewey Bridges of Glen St. Mary. McFarland of California and Homer ,and other kindnesses! ..we are deeply-- oaSR-JOO and Griff Loop in Starke '
Born in Sweden on Jan. 25, 1891, veteran of World War II and was Graveside funeral services will be F. McFarland of Fort Meyers nine grateful. foi C!.r generous donations.
Mr. Nelson moved to Keystone also a member of the Rainbow Divi- conducted at 2 p.m. Friday Dec. 21. grandchildren and six great grand; The Family I of Leslie, McClellanA Eckerds manager Mr. Hall for his
Heights from Chicago five years sion. He was a member of the First at Brandy Branch/'Cemetery with children. donations an | to his employee.
ago, retired Church of Starke, and was Rev. Roman Alvarez officiating. Ar- Funeral services will be held Friday Jewel Hall / my sister who so
He was a former resident of from the Anchor Rome Millsin chie Tanner Funeral l Home of Starke .D c. 21, at 2 p.m. in Maysville graciously ha ed pick out what we
J Sarasota and Boca Raton. Mr. Rome, Ga.Survivors. in charge of arrangements.Mrs. Methodist Church with burial in the L could afford.v--
I Nelson was a retired banker from include three I church cemetery. Archie" Tanner vote of thanks'to all who helped. Our church, Bethel Baptist and
the First National Bank of Chicago daughters Mrs. Alberta "Bert" Col- Audrey V. Archer Funeral Home of Starke In charge of make a Christmas Party at Whispering my sister Ann Hurst.'wbo .ftelped
with 33 years of service, He was a son and Mrs.Gladys Powell both of Mrs. Audrey Virginia Archer,,76, arrangements. ,,'' Pines Care Center" of Starke a me make the Christmas stockings <
member of the Park of the Palm Starke, and Mrs, Dorothy '"Dot"' Of Hampton, died Tuesday, Dec. 18, great success on Monday Dec. 17.I and for her help at the party. '. "
Chapel.Mr. Hamer of Perry, Ga.; six grand. at Alachua General Hospital,, And thank you Ruth Murry for '
Nelson is survived by his wife, children and five great grand- Gainesville, following a brief illness. ,: : Card of Thanks especially would like to thank your patience and for all your help at ..
Mrs. Anne 'V. Nelson of Keystone children. Born and raised in Key West,Mrs. Mr. Clarence Lee who enacted our '
Heights; a daughter Mrs. Grace Funeral services were held at 3:30: Archer was the daughter of the late To those who expressed their sympathy wonderful Santa Claus Zita Shufordof Godless all who gave of )\ ,
Jorgensen of Chicago; a son, p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, at the First Thadduse Lee and Audrey. Walker in so many beautiful and' practical Handy-Way stores for baking two themselves to bring a little Toy to the i
Howard L. Nelson of Columbus Baptist Church of Starke with Rev. McFarland; was a member of the ways during our' recent beautiful cakes, Linda Davis for her beautiful residents at the care if;
Neb., five grandchildren and 10' Ben Bryant officiating. Burial was Maysville Methodist Church in bereavement, we extend our heart- time and money Collected in her center. That's what Christmas is all M1'(
greatgrandchildren.Funeral in Crosby Lake Cemetery with Art Maysville, Ga. felt, thanks. Handy-Way store In Orange Heights about, "
services were held at chic Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein The Family of Bryce Titus Linda Floams_ for her time, \Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Rowe Valdez' ISi
? 10:30: a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19, in, charge of arrangements.Ray i
the Park of the palms Chapel, with
Mr. Ernest Woodhouse conducting D. Silcox Sr. .
I the services. Burial followed in Ray Don Silcox, Sr., 58, of Starke.
i Keystone Heights Cemetery under died Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Brad- :
the direction of Jones Funeral ford 'County Hospital following an TERWILLEGAR MOTORS .
Home, Hwy. 100 and Cypress. St., extended illness.
Keystone Heights, FL. Born and raised in Bradford County -
the son of the late Jesse'& Lissie I .f ,..
Lee Silcox former pioneer residentsof
Lydia Doris Humphries Bradford County, Mr. Silcox was I
Miss Lydia Doris Humphries, 64, self-employed 'as a farmer and
of Keystone Heights, died Sunday, carpenter until ill health forced his IY
Dec. 16 in the Green Cove SpringsGeriatrics retirement. lie was a member of CHR1STM43
Center following a long Bethel Baptist Church. "
illness. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. -PC $
Born in Durham, NC, on Nov. 23, Myrtice Renfroe Silcox of Starke; I
1920 Miss Humphries moved to three daughters, Mrs. Belinda L.
Keystone Heights in 1972 from Dyal of Cicero 111., Mrs. Linda t S
Jacksonville. She was a retired Watts of Bradenton, and Brenda I '
salesperson from the retail depart- Slade of Starke; six sons, Ray Don SALE Vcontinues. ).'.. \
ment store business. She was Silcox Jr., Jessie If. Silcox, Donald r .. ?
Methodist by faith. R. Silcox Garry L. Silcox, all'of .
Miss Humphries was the sister of Starke, Larry A. Silcox of West ? I ,
the late Samuel J. Humphries Jr., Palm Beach and Randy T Silcox of ,,; ,
and the late Mrs. Ethel Gaulden Bradenton; one brother, William X '
both of Keystone Heights. "Bill" Silcox of Starke; two sisters, .rrti'. JJI .
j Miss Humphries is survived by Millie E. Garcia of Kingsley Lake ,
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joyce Hum- and Mrs. Bertice Moncelli of Park fta .
phries Butts of Keystone Heights; Forest 111. and 17 .grandchildrenalso '
and several cousins from the survive. Clyde & Byron Terwillegar extend to you and your ,
Raleigh-Durham, NC, area. Funeral services will be held at 2.

Graveside funeral services were p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20? at the family :a very :Merry Christmas, and Happy Holiday ,r .. : -
held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. Chapel of Archie Tanner' Funeral a ,
19,, in the Maplewood Cemetery, Home with Rev. Leroy Olive and Season We '- '
appreciate our customer .1
Durham/ NC. Jones Funeral Home, Rev Lester Austin officiating. you ,
Hwy,,,100 & Cypress St., Keystone Burial will be in Kingsley Lake | and :.
Heights? was in charge. of ar- Cemetery under the direction of Ar- say thanks a ,million for your patronage. We :
chie Tanner Funeral Home of .
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.. Starke. invite you, to, come see the best sales personnel
Paige L. Chilson
Paige Leroy Chilson, 69, of Starke James C. Cox anywhere they are professionals 'and want to !
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died Saturday morning. Dec. 15, at James Clifton "J.C." Cox, 78, of
Whispering Pines Care Center in Starke died Sunday night, Dec. 16, serve.you.. ,
Starke following an extended ,illness at North Florida Regional Hospital
following a brief illness. Come J.R. "Jim" Tom
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Born and raised in Nelson, Pa., Born and raised in Waycross, Ga., see Lawson, ,, "
Mr. Chilson was the son of the late Mr. Cox was employed by the Her- $ '
Edward and Laura Robeson Chilson, cules Power Company for 32 years Bill Epps, Jimmy ,Epps; and ,Barry Haefele: inKeystone ,' '. .
former pioneer residents of Nelson, before he retired in. 1965. Mr. Cox I
Pa. He entered the U.S. Army and was of the Baptist faith. for these...K'H ; *%.<,KI : .d.: ; '. ,

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Day Adventist Church.:the Sevlnth-.."$of Starke Fe and Lake Mrs., Mrs.,Vernestine Clair,Lazenbyr Kelly;;-; "'.-;,';tS' U"P'--'E' 'D'BA' ..1.}S' ,. 'fi i\_:J-'T/lT.';,.I', ,,. .1S1'.,, ... ; I ''''''',. ,,.*'" .... 1/ ....:;::: ..:.....:.:-__. .j"....f..'

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Rita Hackett Chilson of Starke; Cox of Waycross, Ga.; seven grand- : : .
three sons, Paige Leroy Chilson, Jr. children and six great. grand- 'fr\V .. .
of Tampa, Jesse Chilson of children. tiv i : ; can t have driving .
Flagstaff. Ariz., and Ronald Chilsonof Graveside funeral l services were, ;, you .
Wellsboro, Pa.; six daughters, held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19, ,
Margaret Arlene Young and Barbara at Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. '

Putnam, .both of, .Wellsboro.Pa. Jimmy Sullivan officiating Archie ,1 .. .... these for Christmas .
., Debrfr:/ Ann Carney of Green Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was .J!, : ; '
Cove, Springs, Donna Marie Chilson in charge. arrangements, i .n.' ] ,. ,
Chilson and Dawn Corbett all t .J ,11,1'
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great grandchildren. Miss Virginia Dare Bridges 44, of "' .. .
| Funeral services were held at 2b.mt Starke, died Tuesday morning, Dec. ) "
Wednesday, Dec; 19, at theChapel 18, at the Alachua General Hospital f ': % 985 Diesel
of Archie Tanner Funeral Gainesville, following an extendedillness. ( :1 8Ji Temp Escort, 1 M I
")tome with Rev. David Canther of. '. X. : ,

'ficiating. Burial was in Evergreen Born and raised in Rome Ga., Luxury, 'Gt Package, Tilt Wheel, 4 : 4 Dr., Hatchback, Fold Back. Seats, ,
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direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Missionary Baptist Church of Speaker Stereo, PS, :ACT1; ,Al$4taag -' ';, ., PS, Cruise, AC, Rear Window Defroster. : '

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"s' AH Day j, and discussed her Republicanhllosophyt Rep Irvine endorsed repeal of the "'The best way to help the poor i> to>
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: Christmas Dec 25 Rep. Irvine described the proposed resulted in scaring Industrial uvvestors Melons| on welfare programs. "
child abuse legislation presented away from Florida.The loss When advised, by Rotarian AIi'Crosby W
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a skelter mix'";which will have to wait 'made up by increasing1 the corpora the splitting of Bradford County Into; '
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s Lawtey Man Not Guilty Zurny Mack Ford of Starke was : .'
arrested Dec. 16 for driving while intoxicated ; I'w
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Eugene Franklin Norman, 22, of Kenneth D. Ethridge. Ford's alcohol ,
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Lawtey was found not guilty by a was
jury in Bradford County Court Mon- was released after a $323 surety We Finance Our Own I 964-7434 '
day, Dec. 17. bond was posted.
Norman was charged In an incident Joseph Bud Harvey, 41, of Mac- Regardless of Credit':" 1
at Laws Tavern August 10( for clenny was arrested on a capias for :: Sporting Goods & Apparels
trespass after warning, battery of a driving while license supsended and CC- c A j
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ped)jury by the found court.A Norman. not guilty of total released bond on was his$603.50.own recognizance, Specialize' in Cars & Trucks; t Check Out Our Christmas SpecialsPJ's .

battery after a few minutes Robert Daniel-12 for Parish, 31, was arrested 964.6'83'2' PJ's Wishes You A Safe and .Happy Holiday.. ", '
deliberation. Dec. : disorderly con us' 301 Starke
Norman's freedom was brief, he duct, according to Patrolman Reno. .
was arrested by Lt. John Dempsyfor He was released after a $500 surety. '- ", h ; .
bond was posted. ., "
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was released on his own rested for aggravated assault, according I .,, I ,,."
the condition he to Patrolman Reno. Bond
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would seek therapy from the was set at 1000. She was releasedon ...
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the Air Park Baptist Church, according
Woman Arrested'For to Deputy Bell. His bond was -i '
set at $500 cash or surety.. He re- Teavs ,
Stabbing mains in BC jail.
'Gladys Jackson was arrested Dec. I
15, charged with aggravated assault Douglas Ilinson! Hardy, 32, of : S
and placed under a $3,000 bond, according Starke was arrested Dec. 9 for IpIDHI earns '
to Patrolman W. C. Reno. trespass after warning and disorderly ? '
Police were called to a disturbance Intoxication by Patrolmen .
on N. Keller St. .where there Rhoden and Blankenship. Hardywas '
had been fighting. Willie Charles causing a disturbance at the iT-
Lee had alledgedly been stabbed in 'Econo Lodge, he was released aftera -D1..t ', ,,
the arm by Jackson. Lee was takento $157.50 surety bond was posted. :
Bradford Hospital for treatment Bradley D. Wagner 19, Lake
i and was later released. Butler was arrested Dec ft for driv ...... .
I Jackson was released on her own ing under influence by Trooper W
recognizance provided she not go D. Langston. Bond was set at $750,
near the victim, according to court he was released on his own A99 ol $ '
I i records. recognizance. 9. 9 1-29 209SET'
Wanda Glover 28, of Starke was R .
arrested Dec. 9 for disorderly con- EACH
Woman ArrestedFor 'duct and resisting arrest with HOLIDAY GIFT 25 BOWS GIFT
violence by Patrolman Rhoden. SETS COUNT WRAP GIFT BOXES 50 LIGHT SET

Attempted MurderA Glover was fighting at the Citco Sta Regularly To a.ra.,Aqua Regularly 69( Bag. ,30 square feet jumbo Pack of 2.3 or 4 holiday 50 clear or multi colored
Starke woman was arrested tion. Bond was set at $1,000, she was Velva or Lander 2 piece I Beautiful assortment of I roll or 25 sq. feet con gift boxes In an Chrlstmas'tree
Dec: 16 and charged with attempted released on her own recognizance. fragrance sets. stick-on holiday bows. 1 tlnuous fold gift wrap. assortment of sizes. lights.UU approved.
murder after she shot several timesat O'Neal Bass, 27, of Starke was arrested
a man. Dec. 8 for driving while
Betty Mae Lott was arrested by ci- license suspended <(license< revoked S
ty police after they were called to a 1979)) by Trooper Williams. Bond 99 SPECIAL
disturbance on Ida St., according to was set at$210 Bass was released on CHECKERS
Patrolman W, C. Reno. Lott and An- his own recognizance. 1 '
thony Ronmany Sapp had been Ronnie Risby, 26, was arrested : PURCHASE'
fighting and Lott had fired six timesat Dec. 6 for driving while license EACH J
Sapp with a .22 calibre revolver. suspended by Trooper D. F. Pescia.
Sapp was not injured. Bond was set at $210, he was released TOYS AND. ,
Bond for the charge was set at on his own recognizance.Mark it'(( 1 '. )
$5,000. Lott remains in the Bradford Steven Doss, 18, was ar- ,' I i, 299
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County Jail.Recent. rested Dec, 5 for burglary and viola Waltman Regularly Checkersets rf?
tion of probation by Lt. John Demp- 9
Bond for the wind-up motofa ,
sey. burglary chargewas i Wye t MCI 4"N1 .
set at $2,000 if the violation )S S cyle plus more. .
charge is dismissed Doss will be BANKS, 1.49 1 GIRLS'
released on his own recognizance.
Arrests in Sharon Annette Hall, 37, as arrested LEATHER
Dec. 6 for unlawful manufacture ") !H ,,
of controlled substance, UUCP "*
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Bradford CountyArrests unlawful possession of a controlled OF$4. 1'
substance and possession of : PANTS:
made in Bradford County
paraphernalia by Deputy John "
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1 during the past two weeks by local Tilley.Bond was set at $5,000, Hall )r -, f. Compare AI;r 15.Girls' .
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Robert Dale Bradley, 23,of Hampton recognizance. DIE, CAST pantswithzip>
was arrested Dec. 10( for ag Rickey Wayne Hall, 24, of Starke ENERGIZER' pockets, side zip
.gravated assault..disorderly,intoxication -' was arrested DecJifi for'two counts VEHICLESRegularly ; ,
battery and resisting arrest t,:. seam +!fl ,'.+ti 1 ; 'i '
grand theft by Investigator David 67*. I I.
with violence, according to Marshal A .pATTERI ,. ., anditl'tEf. '. .. .1'
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John Hodges. Total bond was set at
Hall released his
was on. own military vehicles ,Regularly Tov2.9.
released his sizes. to 14.
$1,300. Bradley was on t'
recognizance. '
trucks, racers, 4 pack A D or AA
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Raymond Tyson, 25, of Starke was w ,
Leonard Earl Moorhead of Hampton arrested for aggravated battery cars and Jeeps. I al was arrested Dec. 10 for driving '
Dec. 6 by Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson
while intoxicated, according to Bond was set at $1,000, Tyson was
Trooper D.F. Pescia. He was released released on his own recognizance. 99 STARWft
on a $325 surety bond. SPECIALPURCHASE
Issac J. Miles of Gainesville was ,
arrested Dec. 17 for driving while COMPARE B.T. OH NiAT199r
license suspended, according to
Patrolman DwIght Groves. Miles Card of Thanks ; ; SLEEPING
license has been cancelled indefinitely ;
he was released on his 1
own recognizance (bond was$200), We wish to express our appreciation BVtJfuay /
Sylvester Lott of Starke'was ar- to each one for food, flowers,
rested Dec. 14 for1'.violation of his phone calls:visits and most, of all
recognizance bond, according .to your prayers.A .
Patrolman G: W. Barrette. Lott was very special thanks to Rev. Arthur
I also served a warrant for aggravated Lee'and Mr. Archie Tanner and
assault'with a $6,000 cashor staff. -
surety bond. He remains in Bradford The Family of
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The Bradford Office of the State There were 28 cases received for Inmate Fernando Quintana charged jail time served..;. for violation of probation, found guilty ed to 30 months DOC concurrentwith
Attorney received 66 new Individual initial arraignment in traffic with battery of law enforcement Gregory Stephen Gibson arrested order of probation vacated and prior caw
cases and/or felony defendants for criminal court. Nineteen cases were officer, defendant sentenced on Jan. 28 for robberyattemptedescape sentenced to two years DOC under
prosecution during the month of handled subsequent to arraignment.There other charges. .'' < found guilty Aug. 13 and Youthful Offender Act followed by Carl Lamar Foster charged with
November, according to1 In- were three traffic-criminal Detand Thomas charged with issu- sentenced to 30 months DOC, after four years community control, aggravated assault Nov. 10,1903 pled '
vestigator Wiley Clark: trials and four cases were dismissedby ing worthless check, dismissed. serving 75 days too. be released to restitution ordered, concurrent with guilty given probation three years,
Only one of Che cases received was the state attorney. restitution made. >." Community Conftol'for two years, above case.Richard pay attorney fee $150. Nov. 2, 1984
prison related. A large number of Seven Juvenile petitions were filed Carl: Foster arrested for uttering a credit for 75 days jail time served. Dewayne Tyler arrested arrested on violation charge
new cases were related to the recent in November and five prior cases forged document, sentenced tq 28 Arrested Nov. 5 for violation of corn- Nov. 14, 1983 for burglarygrandtheft sentenced to 30 months pOC concurrent -
drug arrests in the county. were dismissed by the state attorney months DOC. '. unity control,found guilty sentencedto pled guilty to grand theft, with prior case.
Informations were filed on 62 prior Two pleas of guilty were accepted Allen Robert Norton arrested aggravated three years DOCT: found guilty placed on four' years
cases and five guilty pleas were ac and twelve cases received transferred to Bradford '
batter grandatheft-burrglaryhfouni, probaton, 60 days County Mark Doss arrested Aug. 2' for
cepted. Nine cases were dismissed non-judicial action approval. mlsdeamor 1983 for Jail| with credit for 11 days time burglary ,with intent to commit
by the state attorney Who declined to Inmate Jimmy Lee Glenn charged guilty April .23 and placed on proba- served.Arrested Oct.26 for violation grand theft, found guilty sentencedto'
prosecute another four cases'. Four The following cases were dismissed with aggravated battery, found guilty tion for three years,restitution to be of' probation, found guilty sentencedto five years probation or to complete
violation of probations'were! handl- In November: and sentenced to two years six made and attend alcohol counseling. two years DOC Youthful OffenderAct rehabilitation program 'then
ed.Thirtyfive Leon Thomas, charged with months DOC. ; Arrested for:; violation Nov. 9, found with maximum probation after one in Bradford County
information were filed resisting arrest with violence and Inmate James'Jackson;'' charged guilty sentenced to'two. years DOC wards. Jail serve, make year:restitution to victim plus
in misdemeanor court and ten battery of law enforcement officer, battery of lawenforcemenlofficer, Youthful Offender Act followed by interest,violate no laws, court would
prior cases were dismissed by the case transferred to misdemeanor possession ,.jcontraband .,(a'' four years,/community! control, 'retain lurlsdiction.\
state attorney.Twentythree. division. weapon), found guilty, sentenced to restituion ordered. I
guilty pleas were accepted Wayne Manning charged with ag. five years DOC, Joseph Alan-'Prevail arrested Carl Lamar Foster, arrested Nov.
and the office declined to pro- gravated assault, case dismissed Victor Rivera arrested for arsonof Aug. 31 for'',grand theft-burglary, 10, 1983 for grand theft,.found guilty Mark Doss charged with burglary,
secute five cases. There was one lacked prosecutlve merit. Starke Builders Supply pled guilty found guilty placed on probation for. placed On three year probation found guilty placed on five years
trial and one cases was dismissed by Gary McClue charged with issuingworthless to arson-second degree,sentenced, three years April 23, pay resonable must make restitution. Nov.20 found1'.I11ty probation consecutive with above
the court. check, restitution made to three years DOC, with credit for attorney fret:"l50. Arrested Nov. 9 of probation violation sentenc- case),special conditions also apply.

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PEST LORIDA LAWN & GARDEN CENTER .,: \ Inmates Escape From Three,Prisons


ONTRQL 539, E. CALL ST.,'STARKE'-OPEN 9-5:30 964-5745 ;., : The 'escepeit"''several I mates' and Ramos is serving 18 'months theft'from Pinellas County. He was

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1 y,., ; \1 from different;,Institutions recentlyIs
.rNEMILEIEe. ."'1" : substance.Inmate DOC Informa-
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: I' !o'. : ) perhaps an :f indication of the Prison, according
: .'".' Ii ". season, everyone wants to go home, Donald'Ely Kilpatrick left tion Officer Vernon'' Bradford.
I,J Jf t'' :: 'said prison officials,. the Trading Post near Waldo late on ,Schultz is still at large.
Plant a Tree at Christmas .:, the evening of December 4. Two New River Annex inmates
.., '' Kilpatrick, 35, from Polk County Nov.30 but recaptured
,fir escaped were
EnJoy) it forbears... : Two'inmates'.from; the O-Unlt at was on work release at the 10:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at a truck stop in Illinois.
; {fT : 11VE] t1 Top Quality Field Grown: ': f. Florida State Prison still elude cap- restaurant. Kilpatrick was sentenced Robert Daniel Friend and
I, ture after they climbed the fence to seven years for robbery grand A. Cook are in the Cook Coun
I. late Tuesday (Dec. 18) night. Lara theft, according Lawtey Correctional Larry ail awaiting extridition to
,.,,''''.. "" "... Manuel and Luis Ramos, both 25 and Superintendent James Wain- Florida, according tot Sgt. Arthur
The warmest giftfor ':: ? ;, : Cuban,. were.. confined to' the wright. Kilpatrick was picked up in Fleming. Friend is serving time for

.. I. "., .v' '. minimum security area which is out- Jacksonville last week, chargedat burglary and dealing in stolen proparty
all... cleanest,, .' I ((. r' < ', '.',; .side the main compound at FSP, according LCI and transported to UCI. grand theft and carrying concealed
and most efficient ""I y, |! :,::; :' to Information officer David Inmate Kenneth Schultz was alsoon weapon by a convicted felon.
Bare Root Packaged Trees ; Skipper.Dogs were used to track the a work detail with Pride outsidethe Cook is serving time for grand theft
too by 'the No. 1, ';4 inmates as far as'US-301 but as of prison when he drove off, in his by unauthorized use of credit card
maker In the world APPLE ; ''v< 1-.:::' ,/': press time Noaj'; 19 they,.remain free. supervisors car, early in the afternoon and failure to return hired vehicle.
: -Manuel serving,two years for of December 4.,Schultz,32,was Both inmates .were .sentenced. .In
PEACH ', ': burglary-grand: theft from Dade Co. sentenced to three years for- .carMore. Polk County.

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: NECTARINE ,; :, "We, in thtf '"administration\ are idea into their own project. They are Most.inmates here at LCI don't
Sizes BTU's FLOWERING TREES; ,;;, V;" ,very proud of the wood-working program all proud of the work they are doing stay longer than,,four years but if
from 8200:to 22,700 here at'Lef,"- McKnlght.con and they like hearing about the kids they do they can complete the wood.
,SHADE TREES ; \>-... J..1.i. .,.,h' &>U1. .,tinued.'iwreally. positive for getting the toys. If we, don't get too working program," he said. "We

5 9 95 ... .. Hfyt everyone involved and we've been many other projects, we should be 'also give credit for time spent in the
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'r- Is accrediatedby to expand the project in the'near
va used The fully hope
.ww ,. 'iv''t1 the idea. They,; their own individual program
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WEED-EATER' /aniJ',Cffar "':- mjunity and especially, the ''local used for our neutering program and lost and found animals starting this''
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POWER BLOWER .'* 'i I "Theyrhavepartlcipated\ ln''our ef. animals." have already found and have returned -
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', v ,_ Limited Supply .form a 21)0.,membec";- choir as they "The best advantage to an experience which most recently included a chill
r?' sing togethe%'armidnight; on New, like,this is that the' choir 'dinner and slave auction at Trinity's
,,\ Years Eve:"They will be singing at will have the opportunity Parish House which proved to be a
Suddenly'they
[the 400-yea -oJd.cathedral irt Saltillo sing with other choirs. great success. In addition. The
realize that thee are hundredsof Episcopal Church Women of Trinity
RIGHTS .RESERVED other young .people all 'over the contributed, where needed, which
f QUANTITY world doing just what, they are doing meant that every choir member who
," said Dr' Fry. wished to go to Mexico would be able

p : Beep' !. Win .: ;Mri.r'. .. The members of Trinity's choir to be a part of this memorable ex-
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will be
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Shap''ot' ; Homeowned Trinity's Boys
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Terry .McKinney; Kutyna; in that it is open to any youngster
Chris BenedictLeo'; Lowe; Mike of faith. The Choir ,,
and: Homcoperated 'Pnce/.WiS '' store.Checkjour Wheeler; Jean Pierre Geysels,guest, be regardless heard each Sunday, following may

t 'artist In residence'' (Jean Pierre is their return from Mexico, at the 11
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r o Jean Pierre's visit to the United
States so he might be a part of Trini
Seagrams Amaretto ty's choir {Jbr a lest.'Trlnity's'Boys When asked if he would like to seethe

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OW l f., I Rum ; .V.O boys who will also be makingthe Father Y.er es' face. !lights .up, his
'Vodka' ,' 'Saronnot trip to Mexico.They are Jennifer eyes sparkle ana with great delight
Crow'Bourbon LTR Rice and Betsy Giesel. he replies, "That is'your, special
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many children in Special Education throughout Bradford County thlll week ,
Santa Clans wan delivered to the area schools new shiny red **<.*' \
firetruck on Tuesday and Wednesday.where h* visited thl(!', hndren"(>*isi r:%,
The local Klwanfe. provided Polaroid picture of each ahlid'taken With,'",1.
Santa In addition to a. candy 'cane: and 11 box of. Cookies.' provided.; bye.
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The Florida Highway Patrol(has 'Florida highways as troopers vowed
1 implemented an accelerated anti- to keep drunken drivers off the road. Qb ., ei e
drunk driving campaign which'will Only one of the eight deaths was
last through January 1. reported as alcohol related.In $
The program began November 21 ''additionto' the highway
with the Thanksgiving! holiday 'billboards' the' Florida Restaurant
period and ,continues through Association has volunteered to print I
I f Christmas and New Years. several thousand food tray liners to
I Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, director be used 'in numerous restaurant
of the FHP stated "the program chains throughout the State of
will involve a large scale public Florida,. the intent is to make this
awareness program and intensive anti-drunk driving message as visible -
selection enforcement." to motorist .as possible during ,
"Through the generous efforts of this period. Spot advertising ontelevision.
private organizations, 125 highway .- is also' provided. by the
billboards have been made availablefor ''RA.. _
a three month period..They carry prloritles"will emphasize the enforcement
the message 'Drunk Driving Will of the,,drinking' driver
Cost You.. We Guarantee' and will regulations; excessive speed
display the FHP shoulder patch violators and the use of seat belts or
logo" said Burkett. The billboardswere 'shoulder harnesses.
donated by individual owners
through the Outdoor Advertising FHP will be concentrating enforcement
Association. The printing of the efforts in.Bradford,
billboard materials was funded by Union and Clay Counties and ask the
I Waste Management Incorporated of motoring public to support efforts to! a
I Florida,.,. The, signs are spread save Jives\ this holiday :period
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through nhe state'-Hm'1 major. through their own cooperations and
I highways. by reporting any impaired driver to I "
i Colonel Burkett, whose troopers 'the nearest city police department
I 'will be primarily responsible for the '..sheriffs office or FHP station.
enforcement of Florida's drunk driv- .When reporting an 'impaired
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when it comes to traffic accidents. driver.-where you last saw the vehicle -
I This year we predicted 42 deaths the tag number and their direction t.. .
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deaths during the Christmas period driver has driven hundreds of times
and 33 over the New Years period of before he or she is caught, and often
December 28 through .January 1, this is only because of a traffic accident .
1985." which resulted in injury or
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year; 128 persons died,!in traffic your help report IMPAIRED. ei
accidents,!* said Burkett. "Our goalis DRIVERS. i tt
to reduce this figure using' : ''strict\ "'Drunk driving ia the most)often
enforcement and '?&! widespread:. committed, 'violent .crime 'in the
public education approach.'"' United States today. Our message is
During the long, Thanksgiving\ ,clear'Drunk Driving Will Cost You,'
weekend there were eight. deathspn said Burkett. '
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r"" Gainesville Civic :Ballet' Performs' ,' Nutcracker. Suite' .at BHS I

,t Bringing the magic of Christmas]r It.* by the young audience.hi"It's daughter of David -and Consuelo played mouse in:full costume
to the Bradford High School : great fun, but Insane'to take Dodge. Stanwick-Hay was cast as a Dancing the lead as the Cavalierwas
( Auditorium Tuesday Dec. 18 was!Ka major production out on the road," child in the children's march and a James Cramer with Mary Beth I
the' Gainesville''Civlc Ballet'and!'''said Skinner. soldier in the magic: scene. Dodge Budd as the Sugar Plum Fairy.DON'T \ I
their production of. the Nutcrackjer Tuesday morning about 900 '. "
Suite class\ elementary and middle school
: A traditional Christmas children saw the performance, with FUSSCAlL: USJVSike's .
j'y the performance of TchaikovskyJaf; it being the first time many of theyou.Tisters '
masterpiece, 'Starke was madej had ever Seen live ballet.,
,,, Nutcracker Suite... ,;; possible through funding of tjief The usual restless children seemed Auto ElectricRadiator

'(Top left) The Cavalier and the Sugar Plum Fairy (James Cramer and ,, Gainesville company by the Florida).. to evaporate1' as soon asthe", house A .,
Mary Beth Budd) dance in Act II. Division of Cultural Affairs and the '''lights 'went" down and the'curtain '
'(Top rlghtX These ballerinas put on a beautiful spectacle. National Endowment.of the Arts? went lip. Service
Below left) Jennifer Dodge (first), daughter of David and Consuelii. along with area sponsorship. i Professional dancers were Joined I
Dodge of Starke performed as a mouse; (second) Jane Stanwick-llay In bringing her,cast of about 70 by .amateurs la' making the perfor 473-7551
\ daughter of Peggy and Ray Stanwick-llay of Starke, performed In the people to ;Starke> Director Judy mance' a success: With 'about one- .
'\ children's march and as a soldier. ,,,44a >tV> Skinner.managed to fit the show t lathe half of the company'adults and the Hwy'21,.& Cargo Way, Keystone Heights
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At this t1melof;,; year our attention' Is focused on Christmas. In.' behalf 'of
stockholders officers d1rec ors.and ,employees of Jackson Building "Supply, 31J.4 '
ti '. e I.-would like to thahkyou all,: for' : your, support Of us., Werea11za. that without 14.4 a ,
x youand more Importantly without the Grace and Mercy of Almighty Godwe could ,
; Joe Fryar not exist..as a business or'eve n as Individuals Because you' have .been.' so 'good I' j., ++lul're
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Herrinq God need to share with we' W.B. McKhmey;
to usand likewise has been, we feel that, we you what

', believe Christmas -isall" '4boUt., 'j' : .';' ,it'. '.1 -,..: ''. "*>' ,, ,"". .. '' Ygi'd r. i i1

v k v',' Christmas Is 'Surely a time 'of' ivin as ,1s evidenced by the 'giving or 't +"
exchanging of manyg1ftst. When we ,think'about ChrtStniaS' giving we need to -
dk remember "For God.$o loved the woridtMt; he's-ave Ms;'only'begottenSoni'thati\ ;; ;,. '' 4Sm
"' whosoever belleveth on him should not perish; buCTave everlasting"'life;"' '

(John 3:16)) God't. we might believe on His Son, and have, a place. In Farr ?
Heaven. However..'.TrSe reject'what He gave we have a place ,fnjlej.] ". 1 x

7 r Christmas must'needs be a time' for receiving for.' no one'can, give a gift
Brian tussett Mark Jones unless It Is received. The Bible says, that the GiftGod'gaveY) ,Son, .Oeius"came .. ri,, r 4w ,
.: unto his.own and his own received him not'Butas\ .! .''many-as' "eeefyefI'9! ito Ray mom**oo4y' c 'Ed Adams ,
r' them gave he power to become the sons of. God;-,even io them that'believe ,on
r his name: Which,;were born;- hot Of blood,.' nor. ,01"/th4 lift 11- of the"flesh, nor of
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In your home is the floor. It e s"1 Christmas >1s a 'time of happiness? ,' as evidenced, on'tie.,. aceofaianyc; t
stands to reason that the .floor S Happiness depends, brt happenings and can;be,..shortlived; -jtogain real Joy and r'
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should be the focal point of the Peace! this"Chr1s ,> I..Why not right how'recetverthe' *realest gift ever .M4uAM?, '
decor of room. Carpet is the The Lord us.'Ch'r'ftt1: Jesus. tove.? sl and: fnvtes-r, $'' ,tp-believe tn( H1n....rIfYyouhave / ,
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the t-..,.. not amdeaehiscomnitment; :you'shouldrightnowreceive;,, Jesus Christ "
best way to provide beauty J e, .,as your personal : Savior. If yoa'have'Justt;nOW.rece1ved'. Him.you cnrknow the ,
that your floor requires._ Uuane rtunnells BrucIC.Nyli' real Joy, of Christmas for the first time .fol"tho'of; us:who.alredrknow' 1 rSi4Ux'Himmay
"; Carpeting today is tremendous? ., Wilt be drawn., .to i closer. walk thiS Chritmas.' 4:; :x ; :.t "\." r'ur,. ,<.. ) \ .; !wN' 1NngS tlSq//!,
., (fy improved over the past. Colors ''J iI. ... Ii.' .'f
are more varied, piles are Ve !thanli' :God'rfpr': available in many sizes and pat- S : t supply and hardware naed3.w"alsO. thank Hlmfor( allowing"' us to"shareOesusft ''

: ,. terns, yarn is made' of finer synjInetlc Christ with (youkaterallf; withouthri .t tatherd.ilould'linoFhrlstmes,, :, ,, 'S ts i
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home, carpet is .the most pra<* .. ;COMrrlTeUNrOfNNtAnUIOIUfr, ;. ;1 !b""" SlIm1S
:; tical, the most beautiful, and the .gat Bosler, Manager ""'" f d q O'Ooaogtwis; Ht"tort Afewt '
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Smoked Salmon, Garden Vegetables, I" t "

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cheese shops or supermarkets with '
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three-pound loaves and are also. 90 $750.
available in 6 oz. wedge shapes. ,

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which of the decadently delicious gourmet dessert cakes to choose. Eacn cake 4s made with the freshest possible Ingredients and each! mm are scheduled to -
luxuriates in the stereo sound recording and playback provide a maximum play-record time Fri. TUB. Wed. Thur. 7:10.9:15 : .
distinctive flavor of one of the world's most recognized best-selling imported spirits..There's the John Jameson Irish Whiskey ;
Cake; the Stock Amaretto Cake, with freshly ground almonds;a Cointreau Liqueur Chocolate Cake, with tangy; fresh orange peels;,and capability. Some units may be programmed of 90 minutes, but by the end of this Sat Sun. 5:05,7:10,9:15 ;ft
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ensconced in a decorative gift box. Included with each miniature offering are coupons redeemable toward the purchase of the two-and*( Portable VCRs, now available with Camcorders are expected to be in 'iiTHi
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f I BTOCK Graht'Program and to publish a statement of the proposed CDBG project applications -' :
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To'be given. away to tbosepresent.. at 3 o'clock drawinge 0 N 1 QT 1S HEREBY GIVEN THAT: ; '

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t ; $50,000 to finance its proposed Fiscal-Year 1984 CDBG projects ', ", ': > -i, ,, ,<,t" ". ;
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S7 CHRYSLERi 4-dr. Sedan black. Good MACHINES REPAIREDi All MIMOSA MANOR MOBILI HOMI PARKiMobil amplons TrovelAgy. r
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted cond. $1.000. Can be seen at Olin's MH make cleaned oiled and adjusted. Homes and space for rent Te OpeD.c.1 1 11

Telegraph to office the In Bradford writing and County paid In tin Sales. Hwy. 100. Call 9645606. 10/25 $15. Work guaranteed James 468.29129/16 Recreational vehicle tfn welcome. Phone 8H N.Temple Ave. u ille' crLREALT

Strickland. Rd.
Corner Morgan and
advance unless cr.dlt I I. already '13 LINCOLN 4-door, Signature series, Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 Hn MOBILE HOMES rod RENTS One mile

established with this office. Ilk. new 16800. loan value, $16,000. CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed. Free from Storke city limit Clean. No

THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bl '82 Jeep Cherokee, with Larado estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. children or pet, Hwy 16, W. Call. Subscribe'In I ,
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN package, $10.800..73-221. 11/01 tfn Owner Reddish 964.8559.3/29 468-)323 10/7 tin
Tommy
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER WJ CHEVELLEi Good condition $850 or tfn CLEAN MOBILE .HOMES for rent. On

THI TELEPHONE. best offer. 964.7276.11/293tchg 12/13 MACHINE QUILTINGi Crib to King slie.Also Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call PHONE 964-7776
Classified d.adlln. Is TUESDAY '75 MUSTANG III 4 cylinder, 4 speed. 468.132310/07 Hn Stark.: ClCEIIA
have quilt for .. .t.. Assorted
NOON prior to Thursday publication: Runs great $1200. 9648503. 12/06 tin. sizes and designs. Betty 'lldebrand'' STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly Call Montttz ERWILLLGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke I

!. Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75. 1912 JEEP CHEROKEE larado package. 9648122.621 tfnchg rate*. Palm; Apartment, 2314 N.Temple 964-6305
th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. Excellent condition $9600 call WANT TO DRINK Ave. 7/28 tfn Merry Christmas .
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4732214. 12/13 tin THAT YOUR BUSINESS ROOM FOR RENT BY MONTH W/Swlm- & A New Year
Happy
I' CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON 1974 FORD Dump Truck for sale, WANT TO STOP? mlng pool. Mold Service, linen Include .
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FCAN (Florida Classified Ad N.twork).
5332474. 12/20 2tchg 12/27 THAT'S OURS ed. Rettoorant and lounge on
For$125 (:5-words), your ad will go Into 197 MALIBU power brakes, steeringand Alcoholics Anonymous9t44150e46M4964S434 premises, utilities Included $300mo.Free PUT US TO WORK I

56 Florida newspapers (dallies and A/C. $875, 7823110. 1976 Datsun parking Econo Lodge of Starke, *Guess where the Who's Who
weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000 Bed Pickup auto. trans, $1200 964.7600.5/03 Hn
Long BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICEl to find out What's What?
readers. Make that mon.y work foryou..Sell Septic go ,
782-3110. 1979 Ch.v. Impala Station NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR 2
FCAN Call tank pump-out grease traps; drain FOR LEASE *
the
way. Wagon $950 782-3110.1978; Gran Prix BA apt. For mar. Information call Lak. )
964.6305. ask for Sylvia. Today. Pontiac power steering, brakes. A/C lines relald. Residential and commer Butler Apt*. 4963141. Equal Opportunity 4800. X 6800 Sq. Ft. NOBODY DOES IT BETTER We are proud to offer
DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY I cial. Fully licensed. Reasonable' 'mg. 011,,1 me- across Starke ft
good paint and Interior runs good,, 964.8121.10/18 tfn Homing. 6/7 tfnchg luxurious home from Golf Country
$1973 7823110. 12/20 Itchg LOG SPLITTER For rent by day or hour. 301 Hwy Frontage Club. Privacy gracious Florida living available In
WE DO ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIRS
HOMES FOR SALE JEEPS. CARS. TRUCKS $100 now Roofing, gutters, painting and some Call 964-6974. 11/29 Hn. Call '...6020 this 3 BR, 2V4 BA brick home. An uncommon conceptof
available In area. Call MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2
your living superb condition.
electrical and plumbing. Call Charlesfor
1-6195690241 for directory. 24 hrs. BR, across from Lake Geneva $155
per listed
have
REAL ESTATE INVESTORS We lust seven
WI IUY First and Second Existing Mortgage free estimates. ((904)) 782-3332. -
and also originate home equity 12/20 3tpd 1/03 11/22 tfn 4737560.month. Furnished Bill 9/2714 or unfurnished OUrOFPAWNI.. ((7)) excellent rentals) Five duplexes and 2 home.

loan. Call Us Langl.y at 9645010. WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE TRAILER SPACES AVAILABLE Under All ore rented and have positive cash flow.

8/09 HnV MOTORCYCLES HOLIDAYS Flat rate $20 $35. Have (Bradford Motel). new Call layAWayFor ChristmasGold THE BEST THERE ISi Distinctive living In enjoyable

OWNERS. Quiet, close, convenient.; references, will travel. Fay. 4962980. 964-5332 management for Information. 9/27 tfn Chains surroundings. Beautifully built white brick 4 BR, 3

Spacious 4 BR, 2 BA Lot of storage. 1911 SUZUKI 750 GXlt, Great for 12/06 tInCARPENTRY 3 BR BLOCK HOMES CA/Heat. Stove, the BA with swimming pool. Designed with the family; In
Sold by grant
Chalnllnk carport workshop. Pecans. Christmas, Excellent cond., $1300 firm WORK Porches, repairs refrigerator furnlthed. $380 per mo. Diamond, mind. Only o block away from golf ft tennis.
Charm
1.96 acres. Good gardening.. Down Call 9648405. 12/13 2tchg 12/20 remodeling work decks mobile home Call 9645606. 10/25 Hn THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SIRES THE MOMENTS -

payment. Assumable mortgage. 74 KAWASAKI 90$250 neg. ph.782.3661 repairs, call 9646232. 12/13 2tchg TWO HOUSES FOR RENT 3 BR, 2 BA. .Wedding SetsGold "Plnesong" 37 bldg. lots w/paved roods.

964.5610.8130 tfn' after 4:30: p.m. Itpd 12/20 12/20 Completely remodeled Starke area. Ring Approx. 600 from city limits. Except terms by
MM S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR CB 1912 HONDA XL80 excellent cond. askIng ENNIS a SONS ROOFING 533-2829. 4737832.1101 tin r Our Price owner

home. 14681323. 11/08 tin $600 can be seen at KOA or 12/134tpd 1/2 2 BR, 2 BA MOBILE HOMEi Keystone Wl HAVE YOUR HOME RiADYiAdorable 3 BR, 2 BA
HOUSE FOR SALEi 519 St. Clair Street as DONATION for needy family. 57 y,. old LAWTEY PAWN
and 4737832. 11/01 Hn
964-8484 4. 12/20ltchg., Height area.; brick In quiet neighborhood. Best section on a
I I., $5000 cash or reasonable offer woman and her 16 yr. old daughter lost
FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX HwySOltawteyTrampolines well-landscaped acre. Owner being ,, transferred.Must .
1-672-7362'after 5 p.m. 12/20 4tpd all their belongings In Missouri.
Part of utllltie furnished. No children
1/10 MOBILE HOMES Towels, dishes, pillows and furniture, seal
etc. Donations will be conducted by no pet. 9645464. 11/22 Hn SO CHIC SO CHEAP$ .500"n country, 3 BR. 1/t
FOR SALE 2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCYi In
Mrs. Kelley 9645092. 12/20 Itchy \ BA with CHftA. Fireplace, deck, patio on one acre
BUSINESS Lawtey. Call 782.3458..11/22 Hn
with circular drive.
BABYSITTING In home. Reasonable
my 2 BR MOBILE HOMES On lake
OPPORTUNITIESFARMERBUSINESSMAN SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. rates, good care, references. Call, Klngsley SECLUDED CHARMINGiUnlque hideaway home.
Heat A AC. No 533.2366.12/06 Hn
301 N. Stark. Come see Dee Ramon 9644042. 12/20 Ifpd pet Factory Direct Only .6 yrs old. 2-story 3 BR, 3% BA. CH&A.
3 SR. 2 BA CB HOME One block fromSouth.ld.
for the bargains.964-4414 or 964-4778. MAKE YOUR OWNi Kit office In 7 Reducsd. 89900.
steel WILLS Attorney's School. $350 mo. 964.5423 or -lay.A.Way now for Separate city on ac.
Open 4/26 HnMOBILE Instructions. forms$10. Wills-T, PO Box Christmas HAMPTON LAKE.Redwood ft brick 3 BR, 2 BA.
964-6221. 12/06 tfn
building dealership high potential pros HOME' FOR SALE Keystone 198 Brooker FL 32622. 12/20 Fireplace, scrn'd porch with 75' on lake.
tits available, full In S25oo'Down
time
part-time or Heights. 2 BR across from Lake GLENN NITJ ,es ,tlnc\) :Arthur Master TERMS OP 12% POSSIBLE ac. cleared w/approx.
your area. To apply call Wedgcor G.neva. $89.00 per month $100 down. Construction Remodeling additions, HELP WANTED 8 't. 12 It. $235
303-759-3200. ext. 2407. 1 Itpd 12/20 x 700' on Hwy 301 S. Inc.2 deep wells, 3 septic tanks 2
Must remain on lot for five years. roofing free estimates, 964-5882 day 13 ft. Round $2" MH. Butler Bldg. Stocked pond ft creek,
473.7560. Bill. 9/27 tinCOMMERCIAL 964-4009 night. 12/20ltchg NON-PRIOR AND,PRIOR SERVICE PERSONS .
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 211' HWY
LAND FOR SALE GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows WANTED The Florida Air Na- '
301BIdg.'approx. 1800 ft. located In heart of
etc. JACKSON''BUILDING SUPPLY. tlonaf Guard I.! now recruiting for the 752.1999 7S794I2 sq '

ACRE LOT ''facing Road. 9646078. Order*'.all /1oken In Lak.Butl.r. 202 C.E.G4Sq.:;located at Camp Blatv 752.5385 lake City Stark. Only 67500. .
ONE Forsythe
PROPERTY and MAKE A SPLASH ON.THE lEACH.Lake Brooklyn
4963079. Keystone ding. Thee or. military positions
3000. $300 down $75 per mo. Call RENTLEASEFOR Heights, 471.726.N.9.FOR ': In the Civil rart-tlme field. For Information Over 100 ft. on water'\ by,393' deep with small cot

964-5606. 10/4 tfn ,'"''''". ... ... -about the Best Part-Time Job tage. 27000. .
1.7 ACRES off Brooker Road (CR 227)Call). RENT In America;'contact TSG Carl 51.".,. at Shop & Compare! ell ACRES Only$35,000 10 Ac. imp." pasture, 5 Ac.
4000. $400 down $75 mo. ,
per LEASE OR TRADE 7500 Ft. .. thru Inc lake w/flsh.
SALE Sq. 'T 904-533-2268; Ixti S386.'Mon., Fri tixtal
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9645606. 10/4 li1+ f i fitrNiobilr
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2-story masonry building at corner.of 5.- 12/06 3tchg 12/20 THI ONLY THING BETTER THAN OUR LOCATION IS
ACRES oH Forsythe Road. $1.995oer ." : ,
., pond$2,00 '':.., East Call ft Thompson St. One black\ 4 BEDROOM. 1% both; living and lomllv' ,FEMALE COMPANIONSHIP ,,WANTED Home Park THB PWC ttW4W (.aiSaeil.:wltlV'tarie-rfi'eat room,:(
Ha.arge) %
down(,OCI'$2OO""moCa'J,964-' /", from City Hall. Make an offer ((904) rooms, fireplace, V,ocr t Nand !Inerofljj.y+tnMtrlenrielsedyxp.m..t'endk .e 4t 1.ItJ.J>{: "p.W nW l iis 1ce.(double g o...e. Builder will finish to; suit!}]
tfn 3566849. Clyde W. Simpson Irl9Barnett $200 damage deposit. 964 8417 o* interesting context writ*' M, Solowy ch<'lItql {polit'! t lamobile your taste or you can finish at reduced price. Five

OCALA NATIONAL FORESTS High and Bank Building Jacksonville, FL 3783466. 12/13 3tpd 124 ,E. Buckingham,.'Circle: Chariots hom 'i. Oak
32202. 10125 tfn 2 BR FURNISHED HOUSES No tevllle, VA.$2903.'' )/13 3tpd 12/27;
dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile children no CaN for Quote itOlin's ROOM TO ROAMi2565 sq. ft. handsome home
home, cabin or camping. $4950 ea. OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE Call Tiffin ft pets. $300 month plus $150 sec. dep. GOVERNMENT JOBS $15.000 located on 3V4 Ac. with 3 BR, 3 BA. 105000.
Owens Inc. 9645065. 12/20 Fire Lane No. 45, ''Klrtgsley Lak. $50,000/yWr'possible.: Immediate opportunities. Mobile '
w/$15O dn.. $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting : SARI YOU IMAGINATIVItiA farm home with op-

and fishing Owner. ((904)) 236-4579 or 5332789. 11/08 tfn Guaranteed, call prox. 49 Ac. on Hwy 229. $99,000 with .um... mtg..
FURNISHED 2 BR DUPLEX* 116 ,805.687600QExt, R-1000. 12/13 4tpd Home Soles
6299649. 1V067tchg 1/17 LOSTFOUNDHELPHELPHElPi N. MyrtleSt. 1/3' INVEST' NOW Commercial Oak Plata on Hwy 301

LOTS ACREAGE 20 percent down days.. $265/mo.12/20 tftv$150 dep..rhon.' 964-8944 ACCOUNTING CLERK with' experience Elaine M. Olin, Agent lust South of city limit. )13 lot available.-
five
In by
balance financing
years I lost mothers ;needed (owned., and **'* eeee,
owner, 964.6853.12/13 tfn. my FEMALES Share 4 BR. ,2.8A DBL Wide; Accuracy of 10 964-5606 ivsMtnos1AVMM
.. block German Shepherd f.mal. Now bricked MH o..private; property on SR must w/mlnlmum typing skills OUTLAW M4-UT (111 OOOO M4740SMHNONSNIn.

In the dog house. Information 16 W. Child OK. $100, mth. ft 'A. ,wpm. Reply to PO Box 1 172 Keystone :XI Isvsta cIAe...is.4IM>
YARD SALE recover her would make two people 964.7907 after Id a."; 2tchg 12/20 Height. FL 32656.12/13 2tchg 12/20 teve Broadway TOMMY CMA.TAM M4-4JI MAXWI SOOTH 4UIM7NOVHWAIOM4MM

and a dog a Merry Christmas. 782.3092 3 BR, 2 BA. D/W mobile home In town. AIRLINES NOW HIRING Reservation! WAVMS DOUOtAS M4-Ut_ *
YARD SALE 434 North Waters St., or Collect 4862693. REWARD. 12/20 Nice fenced patio with large yard. $275 ,stewardesses ground crew position TREE SERVICE OAVIO 00001M4-UTS .

Thurs.. Fri., Sat., 9 5. 12/20 Itpd 12tpd month. $275.ecurlty', 12/20 Itchg available. Call 1-(619)-569-6315( ) .
COVERED WAGON LAMPSi flower LOST ON SEARING ST.. gray declawed 2 BR MOBILE HOMI on Klngsley Lake ., for detail. 24 firs. 12/133tpd 12/27 *. Kemoval r .
and Sat., female cat wearing white flea collar. If WANTED. SECRITARY-OFFICIMANAOER3 -
tin
plants, misc. Item Friday heat ft AC no pet 533.2366.12/13; Trimming o'
233 N. Bay St., Starke. found please call 964-7415 or 9646760. MOBILE HOME FOR RENTS On Klng.l.y'Lak. For Fled: Market and Farm Want Ads Get Results

FIVE FAMILIES Fri. ft Sat., 10 a.m., 3 REWARD Is offered. 12/20 Itpd .. Year round rental. Call after":30 ,,, Equipment Sale' *, dependable, orgalnx- ., Stump\ Kemoyal

mile north of Lawtey 301. Antique., LOST PUPPY Owner heartsick female p.m.. 5332502. Itchg 12/20. ed person must enjoy working with Firewood .

elec. stove, sewing machine, accordion miniature poodle, undipped. Fluffy' TRAILER FOR RENT 1 BR, comp. furnslh- people, position 'Include rental., Free Estimate I
clothes dishes, etc. black w/sllver feet ears, and around receptionist general' clerical. account
In case, dolls, ed. Include heat and air, 485-13714 '
12/20 Itpd face. 9648380. 337 N. Walnut. 12/20 Itchg 12/20 receivable payroll etc; Thursday thru 473.4732 I Plumbing Supplies I ,
,
' ALL CLOTHES 25 CENTS a piece, girls and WANTEDAXLES MOBILE HOMEi Excellent condition. Monday work week for appointment After 5 P.M. ,
womens clothes, stereo with no private setting off Grlffls Loop call i i call 468.2255)12/20. 2tchg 12/27 '

speakers video games, kitchen table, 964-5028, or 4682374. 12/20 2tchg HAIR STYLIST (3) NEEDED For n.w' Keystone Heights From

all $10 each. Adoption dolls and other ft TIRESi Two axles and four tires. 12/27 _,,., salon opening Jon. 2. Must have Licensed &
handmade dolls, Thurs. after 12, and Highest price paid. ,,Green's Welding COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENTs US Florida, licence. HAIRPLANES. Insured Durrance

Friday all day. 12/20 Itchg Shop 301 South Starke. Fl. 9645007. 301 South near Steak House, compleJ:', 9644645. 12/20 2tchg 1227.SECRETARYRECIPTIONISTI. '
Full-time
11/03tfnchg tlon date expected Feb. 1985. Call, I Pump & .
964.8944._! _. rfnu.-- l7TQsp: ( :position to tart Immediately.. Experlenced VACUUMSALE. 7 .. I

_______ __ ,> typist send ..aum.to PO Co. -..(-. .
GAINESVILLE SUN ,FL ta44' t2/2 Supply ;;
HELP WANTED ;: :Drawl; 3K' Hampton. '

DISTRICT CIRCULATION MANAGER ; ," NEW 4 USED U.S. 301 "..164 N: T.mpi. '
hom.l": !? 9647061W
EXCELLENT INCOME for Part-tlm" < \fl \\v Finance Our Own fferksfkrld..

Th. Gainesville Sun Is now accepting application for a'full-tim. assembly work. For Info call-. jQfQt. M. KIKBYS
Bradford. Union 804-641-8003 .ext. 9579. 12/20 4tpd I". 1! I I'
District Circulation Sales Manager for the Clay. ROYALS

County circulation areas. We are looking for a goal-oriented In- "* ;i![<.: tStarlhg; ) EUKEKAS I IHOUVEHS Drill Well i

dividual who is able to motivate and deal effectively with people.I t FOA RIO 1 "fr".:*: ..' -- Realtor I. 2' to *" Stat..Licensed

Responsibilities Include supervision recruitment and training of ELECTHOLUX
r .,. -2-10 Aq.i $2.000 per
adult motor route carriers, monitoring sales,. collections, and REALTY FOR SALE .5 Ac. Pv'd frntg. FILTER QUEENS' -led

delivery service. Salary, bonus plan benefits transportation pro 964-7700 PVO $12.300. SEARS c&cMiniStorage

vided. Applications being accepted at Gainesville Sun 408 South 20 Ac.i Cpv'clln bines' (COMMERCIAL<
:393 N. Temple Ave. '/ -pupa1o'.ftr .I
We all make
Walnut. StQrke..1roRL9-.a..m. la.3 Rem w ekdoys.Nocglls.._.... __,' Vernle P. Odom : t '50 Ae.t $80,000.STATELY ''OLDER repair I

.._ HOME: ,
GRI AI
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0 Wood Panelling 3 M, 2 BA 45000. Young'sSince Hwy 30l-South- cri C-CCDV/irC"
REMOTFl ( C.ster |
HIIFT-SET., ,, : .
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FOR RENT: 4'x7$Sheets .Mj'2' BA. $37,750 1951 .
anted Hire TINl STORAGE
,to lit ft lost Mo. Rent $7* i iElec. -14 Ac.J"1.7SO per oc 964-6918 '.

j Writer/Photographer. ft Deposit: ,- Supplies'I: : I *\) BR BA; ,Country."S2550O. : ,' ..R:' 764-6020, ASSOCIATION
Newi 3 BR In Country '" 3 Miles north of
MH Pole ft .
For The Union County Times -3 Trallen-Hompton '
.Supplies f.W/J FEED STORE: $45,000.:
lake Sutler, FloridaAPPLICANTS GOOD INVESTMENTS: ,; LIQUOR STORE .... -- -
Security light
MUSTi e3 BR In Country. Owner .....
Window. door AND LOUNGE! l

.Be able to writ. "Talk with people easily. financing. 250<< Roll12.2wGround.. ''SERVICE STATION : : CarpetCleaning sutt-- '
eGood Location for Offices $, I
$<10.000' = : .
and learn. ,
Intelligent willing to ft. .14"
Building 1,000 .
: sq. ,-3 RR $23.000f,, I .3.B
NOT NECESSARY Could easily be two offices '
EXPERIENCE
$i9fpWrell Pov'd! frontage: lEi'. AaIHIe 1
each with separate '
i IfouriVarlable .
Salary Negotiable entrance lei than $20 7 CiNTit I (904)782-3931) ; (DM?.Ml EitratfM I* ?Js Ari"'"Ss) <. ': ,;
> 'Contact Marcia Goodge at the Times office, 150 W, Main Street j jI H. BARGAIN "
sq. II '
Lake Butler' or call 496-2261,.Mon.. Tues., & Fri. 9 o.m.-4:30. : p.mj. -Building with ''/lot* of I' Hwy SOW.. t,* ",fc, .*! ;P.O..3Q1..L1awttw.Drawer M "". Whole House:Special <1Laf., ...,.. iaB'a: .).,..,' S'I

pace., 3 different (tore*: I ,

I Thurs. 9 a.m.. 12 noon*: I Owner will hold mortgage .Carpet'Dved; (It.1<. Z)'"j,"r'/r.\t1\,'rk.w.yan: xnu,71, II. : I

!1 to qualified buyer., : : :
.. 2 BA house. TNAr. Furniture ned'(s*. en* '
-24 oc. :9 BR, ) . .r I
Approx..'5 yr. old. 'Ha Am.uNthiTop 10 : : /. .
"Not, Delight/ i,Don't Pay"Strvfng '
Subscribe'' nursery for pig*, concrete ,

Today PINE FOREST ''<-pen*.. .has. been I used os'hogfomv A Dirty Chimney r Bradford'& ,UnlonhC.. indlurreundtng': areas' : .

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TERMS; Als Heotlosn Ceases,, Rorida Carpet Dye CoSantorCltttartDiscount ;. .'
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loice tvtferrCoI APARTMENTS ,V1V Iv?. lots, loned"trailer Smokri rM >teomI'
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494-2241 1"2 3 Barroom. Apia 9 Ac.,.301., :So.. 45tf -roodjrontog. L ,/I IWI'

From 'ISO", ttr' '297" I i: I 181 Ac': Good hunting. And fotlllt A ; ., .,I.'n-. .,3.B,. ........ ssddys. ... fit Wa1. .11 o_Iiw..... .....; i'i

leyt--.HgtI.473-2210 !I wood. Grohom reo.HMAc.FronMtftU.Wor. 'fool. -' ,----t MI tad.BI. ..lUIrll....... 11sIW iIMM Q.mmstid.M>.IIM. "

[ 2 ft 3 Bodrooma'Ava. abI. ... i Union Co.- NorVm. +tK*Chorc h..' lur'1 't
thlngton Spg ,
M I .. .'

,.Mantes....: 111I .W..n, ;ft 114 Co.('t./t.M.. Front 3M. Wothlngton Co.;W.11, ': LthE1Cii: .. 964-4997 l-' Call, :,. : .

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: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CARPENTER WORKl Remodeling work SHALLOW AND DEEP Will rUMWi>!y ,jtt:i Telegraph Times and Monitor .:'
REALTY RtALTOR y
kitchen pipe. and fittings. Water satrenert;
cabinets and trim ,
Rental Available carpentry. i
Property Reasonable Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgts.1 :
price Call 473-4018 after
MOBILI HOMI PARK LOT water and 473-4006 9/24 tlnchg
1 yard car. provided.. Old.r couple 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg: AMWAY PRODUCTS Call to place your." "k 4'
pr.f.r,". $65 p.r month CARPET AND VINYL Repair and Installations orders. Nutrlllte Vitamins. Need extra, ., ': i" : .

,. SIMINOLI RIDGE 4M JiA woodstove- screened .,.Free Call 473-4217 estimates and Ten ask yearl.MP.rl.nc. for Income? Call us for details. '" Wish you 'a Merry (;Christmas < J
porch newly painted Executive Craig. 5/17 tfnchg 473-3671.9/10 tfnchg

home $400 per mo. HANDYMAN All kinds of home HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec 4tlon ,
HWY 21 LAKI.IOOKLYN. 3 bedroom 1 repairs music$995..Call .. ..
plus organ ,
mobllehome and ne.ds.No ,
bath C.B. home, $273 p.r month repairs fix-up 473.2210 weekdays br. 473-4649;.,' ., ,- ,' ,
KIYSTONI HEIGHTS REALTY job too small. Minor plumbing weekends for to .... tin'' ::1
appointment I. '
Realtor 47S-4"1 repair ing. Call Cleaning Jim 473-3671 service.day or Light evenlna.haul SEARS PORTABLE (DELUXE) whirlpool.. i/]l Our Qiristmoa f gilt to you is W-k.; Y
KiVSTONK HEIGHTS AREA 3 BR 2 bath bath. Cost new $219.49 plus shipping, ;
PRESSURE'WASHING Removes dirt, '
heat and A/C fenced back yard, $345 In "like new" condition. Sacrifice for ,, '
,: per month first, l last and depot) driveways mildew and, decks peeling, paint from and homes mobile, $125 cash Call 473-3971 vHelghts.ltpd 1/2,price. classifieds 'next week* j lj\j;: .
1.6943887,11/22 tfnchg patios,, 12/20. fl., ,. ,
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homes. Call Rick 473-2493. ...
at 4tchg .
MATURE CHRISTIAN COUPLE to r.n12 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE couch and I
t '; bedroom 1 bath tecluded mobile GENERAL LAWN SERVICE mowing raking chair set. Odds and ends. 473-2776 < ,
,
,. home. $179 per month and $179 trimming sawing trees for' Itpd 1220FLASHING n'f. .>,'
firewood light trash hauling. Call Deluxe'Marquee : Just tell when call 9646305. '
deposit. 904.659.2678.41pd( 12/13-1/3 ARROW SIGNS$269; .us you
,
.; OATORBONE LAKE 2 BR, air, gas heat, 473.7607 or 473-2409 2tpd 12/13-12/20 Sign $169. Quality doesn'talways j; ';: -. .
i wood stove, 24x34 great room larg. ROOFING Shingles and build up Call cost morel WE WON'T PE1 DeadBne: FrL Dec.. 21 at 5 p.m. I' ?

:: porch on 3/4 acre. $379 per month.First 473.7607.2'pd 12/13-12/20 UNDERSOLD) Delivered! without, .... -
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record '
JUED A'PHOTOGRAPHER to .
last and deposit. 1-639-3087. obligation for your Inspection, 'i'I ,
i 12/13 tfnchg. special moments? Weddings, parties, 1-800-991-3070. Itpd FCAN f "-' FOR SALE FOR SALE ,
!' RENT TRAVEL TRAILER 16 ft., ...IIcon.I banquets. portraits. Call Craig at SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26,2'% miles Starke Ads '
t talned. Reasonable rates and deposit. 473.3543.2tod; 12/20.12/27 east of Melrose. Azaleas, 3 for $1. $9llmlt.1220 TWO WELL USED METAL DESKSi $30 ea. FIREWOOD Call .8268a.k for Matt
I tI 4733896. Itpd 12/20 NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE? Call tfnchg One 4-department cash register for 11/29 tfnUPRIGHT '
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOMI 3 BR, 2 Chuck Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance sale, $229. THE OFFICE SHOP 110 W. KENMORE FREEZER One

p BA In Sunrise Trall.r Parks $225 p.r : Lawrence Blvd., Keystone LAND FOR SALE Call $.. 964-9764.' old. $490, 964-7011 after. 5:30 p.m'yr.
". month. 13771414. Itchg 12/20 Heights. 473.7272.7/19 tfn. FOR SALE 2f CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILER Fifth 11/20.h. ,
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NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE?Call Chuck.: LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. $13,900. : Wheel $2,999. 964-9606.10/29 tin COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Starke
: LAKE BROOKLYN 2 BR, 1 bath, CH/A, Satterwhlte; State Farm Insurance, Owner will finance, $164 per month.. BUILDING FOR SALE 12 ft. K 16 ft. & UP: ROILS OF HAYtOrder/ your hay for the Truck Stop south of Starke 964" J2.
[ w/w Carpet, .refrigerator stove. $279 Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6' ," Beautiful with siding big window.: winter and leave It under my bam until 11/24 tfnFLASHING
and sec. dep. 964.5663 12/20 2tpd 473.7272.7/19< tfn'' large door floor lighting workbench. needed. Rolls of Alicia $29 at bam ARROW: SIGNS $269 Oefux.
13/27 PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete $1299, will deliver. Call 777.3735. Alicia and Bqhlo mixed $22.50 at bam. Marquee Signs $165.Quality doesn't '
lawn care and1 maintenance CARS & TRUCKS 12/06 4tchg 12/27 Argentina Bohla $20 at barn. Hay barn always cost morel We Won't Be Under,
HELP WANTEDSUBSTITUTE Commercial or residential. Free CUSTOM MADE GUN CABINET for 12 '7 miles North'of Starke' on Rd. 16.Delivery soldi I Delivered without obligation for
estimates. 479-2197 evenings. 8/02.fn '57 CHRYSLER 4-dr. Sedan black. Good gun. Storage drawers forammo. available ot extra charge, your Inspection. 1-800-551-3070; Itpd
I TEACHERS NEEDED ForKeystone -'- cond. 1000. Can be seen at Olln's MH I'; ..,unt.r'. Special: Apt. size range, 21";! 782.3727 or 9646167. 11/19 fIn 12/20 .
;, 1 and Sales. Hwy. 100, Call 964.5606'', 10/29 exercise equipment, like new' Half. CHRISTMAS TREES PONY FOR SAUl $73. to good home on-
High School Elementary MISCELLANEOUSPAC tin price Christmas special( 9648828. ,Choose R. cut live tree from 2.000'.hoped Iv. 496-2980,12/20 itchgMISCELLANEOUS
i Sch ol. Contact Personnel, .
Clay County pine cedar MOW Hwy. 129 exit at .
/> LINCOLN 4-door, Signature series ,12/l32tchg 12/20
: School Board. '473-2011 Ext. 512. RAT. Buy.Sell and trade Used furniture like new $16,800. Loan value, 16,000, I PUPPIES' FOR SALEi Male A female, Glen St. Mary' go 12 ml. N. on Hwy.
I. E.0.E.2tchg 12/20-12/27 household Items, 129. Watch far.sign*. 299-7416. 11/22
appliances 82 Jeep Cherokee, with Laredo .chihuahua. 964-9987, ; .'
, SECRETARY RECEPTIONIST Full-time collectables glassware' old ,fewerly, package, 10800. 473-2214. 11/01 fin ATARIt With 15 recent tapes, ,$50. a412/20.! .
.' position. Start Immediately. Good typing tools, etc. 4713-2183 tfnchg 7/2' 1975 CHEVELLEt Good condition.$890.,or 9644144.S LOVE SEAT and chair;: good condition': CONSIGNMENT STORE COMING SOON
skills. Send resume and referencesto best offer 9647276. 11/29 3tchg 12/13 MAN BASS HUNTER 9 ft. Seat 2. One $190. 964.6793. 12/20 ItpdPIANOi Let us sell your oldie but goodies 447
; P.O. Drawer K.Homp.on. FL 32044. CARS, TRUCKS '79 MUSTANG III, 4 cylinder '4 .peed. half HP, Sears $400 or best offer Mendelson Excellent condl.lon.good W. Madison St. 7.77 Shoe Store Call
, Itchg 12/20 Runs great 11200.964.8503.12/06 Ifn.I' 533.2829; Itpd 12/20 sound. 964-6433, 12/20 2tchg 96'...,15. ask for Helen. 12/06 Hn :
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' }t & BOATS 112 JEEP CHEROKEEl Laredo package SHETLAND PONY Mare and two colts, 7 CUTE KITTENS,Free to good home .:
j NOTICE .Excellent condition, $960.0 call bridle and saddle.964-6861.12/20 1227Subscribe 9647679. 12/20ltpd
I 1970IMPALA One owner, mechanically 4732214. 12/13 fin" REFRIGERATOR Sears Cold Spot 18 cu. / FREE PUPPY 782.3716.12/201khg
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted good $479. 473-284.9.. Itpd 12/201 174 FORD' >Dump Truck, 'for sale ft., $129.Pit Bull! puppy, $50.,964-4822. -
i. to the Lake Region Monitor of. .. 12/201tchg ,
G flee In writing and paid ,,In advance Subscribe / ARGENTINA BAHYA HAVi ,Highly fertilized ,
1 unless I already established :----- no rain min. 10 boles. Also STARKE
with this offices Today! I N INTERESTED IN EXTRA'CASH?' Wadley Jumbo Quail. J.M. Edwards,

MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD lake Butler/ : I TELEPHONE SOLICITOR NEEDED( 964.5379.12/20 2tchg 1 /27. The Galn.svll! Sun Is now accepting .applications for
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Call Vicki! ADOPTION DOLLS $29, ,36", Raggedy
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 496-2261 .Sell subscriptions to The Florida Times? Ann., $25, and many other handmade early morning route carriers. i ,

THE TELEPHONE. K.y.ton.I-IgII. I Union from the comfprf of. your; own. dolls $10 and up,2 Story yellow house Applicants may apply at the Starke office 406 South
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Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon, 473,2210', own behind Madison, $..,.Baptist Church. "
hoursBe ypur
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\ prior to Thursday publication. Stork: home, Set your own meet.Notasalaried; "'A(nn.llchpa; ,. :*. _. ,_ ,I- .... -__ Walnut Street,. between 9 a.m., a.4 p.m. '
boss No quota to

': I' then Minimum 10 cents chQrg.I.15 for each word words thereafter for$2.79, Call 964-6305 Monj._*._. position, but an excellent' c BPrt |njlsion,, ..., Applicants, must have phone; be :dependable;, have

:;f'' iw... Subscribe Today I economical ,transportation; and be able to post. a

J. ?_ .JlandlHouse. structure.Callt9643165 f p? detail t *!.? BRADFORD, COUNT/ refundable cash deposit,

Portable BuildingsU.S TELEGRAPH For more Information! contact BOB or PAT, ASHLEY

.. ._SOI South' 964-6020. .. '964-6305' '
,) ,. -. ;, .; .. collect at 378-1411, ext, 4909, between 9 a.m. and 3 '

,ci:' CURLES CYCLES. P [ p.m.. or (472-3614' .. before 7 p.m. ''
i "i' ,,. c '?HOtil.teE1Mt N/i L, :
I 1- 7 Different Style itf-' I' ; If !f'. '
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1 __'___W"'''' !5 I II i Different Colon I .- -NO- MONEY NtlD[ >' r"New .
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use4tnN4el ttttxr'ndt"" + 0 claw. '" '" \ "Many'

! ; Union AA&G EARN EXT' &. ''''MONEY l" I \ iP"G& Ai Ift. T Extra No Qualified Down PaymentTo Buyer ,


/ r.. ,. .. .. Tile Company : ,1 Keystone Heights Areo* i On Dec.. 13,-.an ad PACKAGE CENTER Take over pint, of ..
: Licensed& Insured I'I 'Application are now'being 1 for ,. $189" mo. Call Earl)' for ,

( \y : County Free Estimates I /+Times-Union Morning Paper?Rout. Apt> I "i ,.Was' :run. for: Pack. and We .._,UPS Pick-up detail.473-7237.

/.Ceramic, Tile 'jpllcants must b. able, to polL cash, i ,Post,,, a ,new packageshipping Boxes _.. ... .:."
New brRemodeled I,bond, have reliable transportation and a[ Tap ..
I I service Packing,
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, \ \Ads t I te "phone. r ; PMT
: 30 Yrs. Experience! 1 i 19t52BR,60x14Mobilel!
Y rS ', I ; Call, 964.5164' located., ,> .. at Mini ..
t. -- :: 964-8333 '" This bon Ideal supplemental Income, for a| "II Storage of America In .Home. N.w appliance
i'/ : '". \ I housewife, retirement couple, teacher. etc I 47'3'7"6'83 furnished.*. Many Extra f'

FOR RENT r iTS I It Kevstone Heights. :
-- _.l ..,. : : .: .000.b No Down Payment
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j ,,. its .M To Qualified Buyer* :
r TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING P383-19 ,Ac W/4 BR, 2 BA ...' ': Assume pmt*. of $169"weeaMln
MACHINES FOR RENT Union County Brick home, horse, barn "
:
; Tiffin & Inc mo., Call Earl for
ERA Owens ;
x lake Butler ,
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