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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 27, 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: UF00027795:04398
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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A gift of $50t()()() by the Community to;share' In a project,that would bripgj night 'classes are offered' locally L a three-day per week commuter, replaced by computerized equip, -
State Bank of Starke to the SFCC such far-reaching educational, :eliminating the lime and expense of and $1,300 for a five-day per week menu at the .GatoP Freighlways office
Chamber Needs Endowment Corporal moved the cultural, rind'economic*; benefits
;r Award Nominations. goal of establishing a Slarke Center the entire'area' '.pus. Additional students are also ex- also be substantial. sale 'or auction at the 'Big Garage
for Santa Fe Community College : from the Keystone Heights Sale to be held at the Old Courthousein :
Each year the Starke-Bradford (SFCC) closer to reality Thursday, JMore'M ;'andpeeled Lake Butler ,areas when 'lh$' February '

l Chamber of Commerce honors a Dec. 20. .Enroll,.. f 1 rSt'cc;; Starke center opens! Other Fund Raising,..

acitizen-of-theyear.local outstanding humanitarian Santa !.> officials predict the. Another boost lor'lhe Stark Anyone having articles to contribute \.

The Awards Committee of the Magificent Gift... number students now enrolled gt.t oft Is estimated hat the savings to Center fund-raising effort came last for (the sale may bring them
Chamber the college from Bradford County bei reallzc.; >d..by attending' the local! week with the announcement that all lathe Old Courthouse each Saturday
for the is now two accepting awards. If nominations you In receiving what he described asa 'will increase sharply, when day and center will amount to around $800 for the business; machines, recently in February: from 10 a. m' to 2 p.m.

"magnificent gift", Dr. Alan --::..__.________ __ ____ t_..
deserving Robertson, president of Santa Fe
Community College, said the Starke
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; Chamber Executive Mike Gooney center would not only spark higher
asks that you write a list of education. for young people 1 and
--w reasons, in narrative form, why it adults in Bradford County, but
is believed the nominee should becansidel't would also provide the nucleus for'a

d. Nominations should be major revival in,, the downtowndistrict
v'S' mailed to the Chamber of Corp of Starke.
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p merce i>ffice by Jan. li.
: .The awards banquetat

which the humanitarian and Gov. John Presents...
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cHlzen-of-thc-year awards will be
made, Is set Jan. $6. The gift wa'!! presented by former
Governor and State Senator Charley
/: Pecan Prices Low, E. Johns, chairman of the Community

', \ I Demand is'' Low.. Bank's board of directors, in the
presence of other bank officials and
'5\; '" i Pfices/ averaged 28-cents per 'representatives of the-SFCC board '" 'rasa.
"' .pound for 10,000 pounds of pecans of trustees and the endowment core
!4f auctioned Dec. 20 on the Starke porn lion.. .
J ,: State farmers Market on US-301 r

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::f, 1 h Seedlings averaged 25 cents' per Year College:.. r
!I. 'pound; Curtis 30 cents, and Stuarls
Guy Andrews,who has spearheaded -
30-35.'Quality continued to be mix x
'.' ed..'Detrtand is low due to the plenp. the drive to establish .the Starke'
: ',. tiful crop this year especially the Center In Bradford County's 1902, R
1 demand courthouse;said the,gift would servethe' ,
'i for low quality nuts, says w t
'f Market, Manager Bob Allen. doubler purpose of offering two ..,. ''
," !r A lot of pecans still have not' years of higher:,education" "williin. ,Ap p/ 1Y :-.:
: ;::: fallen; The weather hasn't been. the means of everyone" and would ,

ff., .favorable,to 'shake them outs; Allen also assure the preservation of a Big Check Goes to SfCC Starks Center ProjectIii;
notes-; >', ,i historic building that is significant to .. :;
,' There be- ; the past, present, and. future of 'Board Chairman Charley E Johns holds '
't; may ondninro wrapI.p. a f 50ftmi check'presented last'Boa of Trustees' ; Dr. Alan Koberlson, SFCC president Donna Cruen.
Bradford
auction sometime in County. -; Thursday to the Santa, Fe Com unity College Endowment Corporation ;
:'. pecan Starke ) SFCQ trustee; Philip Johns', bank director; Jerome Johns, CSB president
January. Allen will talk to growers Center. ? 'l. ; Bill Wilson, George Canova, 1> ,
1', Pete G, Felos, bank directors( Ray
... and buyers to see if there is interest Jerome Johns, president 'of the Standing from.left, are Guy Andrew";! chairman of the Starke Center Norman. bank'
r vice-president' Steve Simmons Sr., bank director and
Community Bank, said the board of Steering committee ,
Freeman III SFCC
in another auction before ; Regime: Endowment Board; Prew Reddish, SFCC tousle( ',

making decision. directors welcomed this opportunity,, Dr. 11.11.;Adams, ,:Community .:Bank..director., rt! : ,tat, 1 farnsworth, .SFCC e ;, ,

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< fund-raising;!! project is welcome 10il : '
attend. rv : : Marcus Conner Grows Trees
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The Garage Sale will be held at a t { 1 : ,
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r Marcus Conner is of the lana, '
: Fuqua Reps Here...
This winter Conner-68-iS cutting some of the) tallest and biggest pine .trees.
/1' A representative of the office of In, the county, sorrte,50,, years aid off his original 40-acre tract '
r' "' U.S. Rep; Don Fuqua, D-Allha, will Railing 'around a thaw;of) tobacco, Conner stood under canopy of tall
,,,I be in this area Jan 9 to listen to .trees and told of how he'd gollep'hiS present 260-acre farm on Marcus Canner
I *problems{ with federal agencies and Road, first graded by Mr: Conner with a grader pulled behind a 'actor. The

J to receive comments on legislation farm is NW,of,St ,rke betwgen SR-16 and R-229 (the JJl'ownle Road.Scraping'a ). '

before Congress. ...-... .. .
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The representative from Fuqua's ,' Start In the Depression...,.

staff will be at the Raiford Post Office 'The first 40 acres was bought back in the 30s, during the Great'Depression,

.," ,; from 10-10:30 a.m., and at the ... +had Mar rr for $500 from, the Federal l Land Bank: 'Conner, sold timber off the, land for
Lawtey Post Office' from 11:15 aim a $600. Conner recalls snaking logs out of the swamp by mule, between, Crosby
'ti until noon. ) I and Rowell Lake*for 10 cents each, ;and digging stumps his new'farm atnight
,1 k r" "With Congress currently in session y T'LTt M'' f' i / / '

; it is not possible for me to bet Five or-six'' years later; Conner had a chance to buy another 40 acres for
I : in the district as'often as I would '$600 from Luther Powell,Conner had $300 and paid off the balance. L.J. Kite

like I urge people to come by and yI, cut $300,worth of timber off the land. He agreed t lo leave about 15 trees so
tell my staff assistant of their con- .Marcus could build a home, the one he and wife,.Lillian Kelly Conner"*live in
.. cerns. It is the aim of my office to .today;' They have children, Mrs.. Janice Joyiier who. lives nearlhem, ) and
do everything possible to be of Michael who lives on the,"hom place: .? ,' -
,\',.q"' assistance,'* says Rep. Fuqua. The third 40, bought from a railroad ,man,from Jacksonville: named
":.-,,,,,,. Fuqua represents the Second ''Hamilton for $500 around 1938-40; came hare Marcus knew his brother had
Congressional District, consisting 'money even back 'in the Depression, But brother Leon (father of Cotnmlsisioner
.J' of 23 counties in north Florida and ; m ,* of Agriculture Doyle Conner) said Marcus .had business with more
,;1; the panhandle, including all of I r Jand. And, how would\ be pay: for it?; ';. / v
Bradford County. Ii i 4;: ."'. Well : Le91\'' didn't: 'nave ,blF the -money'',;inUne'{ World., said,:t their: lather.
V \ ". ..1,:. ... Lawton Conner'Sot:, lather Lawton'took Marcus t to'the Farmers and Dealers

3-Flivers Relocates... ,. Bank in Lake Bul er..Jlore,was his son Marcus who had, flO money.but
lie Grows'em Big.,. wanted to buy some land, Lawton explained to MrT.M. Riherd.: Marcus ex-
,I' Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. '''plalned how he would repay the $500Ipan,MrrRiherd, father af Paul Riherd"
... '''''has relocated to the Bradford County Marcus Conner decided I It was time this winter to j '>\"" ,who ',''s COW' presIdent( ''(If' the' ank, 'approved ,the ,M... Rlherd is

'county Guidance courthouses Clinic, in back of the cut leans some on a of log the the his rings 45-50 say yeIU'-old is over 40 pine years trees.old, and He I "/i" ; : 8rtvambered_a$ helping lots I oftarmgr3 In t the. ta'tfol\ di(1Ur'fT, ., an !lellbrony

:r,.. Attorneys will be available to see walks ILL.through Padgett a of canopied IMiddleburg.forest above of his.hoists huge the trees.big I. ,:, ..tI.. '...j.. << lAnottJerjBQ a'cres from .bbught"ffampVier.ln-ld\tf;(t !: ;' ".1..t<.;:K 1I1'.
prospective clients the second and t 1'' ;
logs up to 65 feet lung, onto a truck handling the ,. : KeyvardTbf '
fourth Thursday of every month :" '1. :.,. -+.:< Reaping the iils'Pttlence',,,
from 930It a.m. huge pincers with ease and lifting the. huge logs as If I ':. ,7".4.. _,Some 'of the tall '
they were toothpicks. .,.". .: trees frottt the -Conner farm were' as much as 69
I For additional information phone ; ? \ feet;tall Forester David Norton! counted t {the rings, ,, on (one i 'I and got, up
t three Rivers Legal Services, Inc t't'A : to 35 or 40 before he lost track.: iv .' ;', ', .'" : '; :
','r in Gainesville at (904) 372-0519.,: f n ; R.L.-(.Padgett's crew.. from>Middleburg was loading the big logs., J'adgettre..a
:11 Please DO NOT phone (the > ylly had (ne touch as he handled (the big boom loader with claws; gripping

s Guidance Clinic, which will not be 1 ,and trees, '.balancing and sliding them .ontO'\\ifhe/truckas.) if'.they ,were
t', able to help with legal questions, 't 1' ,I toothpicks. '. '- "*'
says Robert H. G : !: i ; "Somek of'the t/eesrpig enough for: telephone I poles,Would i bring' $50,;Norton
director. r-sstoar. # said.. !; 'I "' ;'.. V. .'.'.-.' '\ 1. '" ,. .'
rr' ;.' I., '" i., diitlt..said'th&. loaded trucks'prpbabi + exceeded the 64,00 load limit,

;" : :, r and were.12 feet longer than allowed, v: i r-, .- '.i l* '<* *' ..
: i ., ,;,,' ,,"Whatdid Marcus'do with the,money from' these'trees' BeoghI'} more land,, .
L J .e -of course.;This Urn*Marcus bought, the!! oj f Boft Haialop\ .jpace;( ;'1 which: Joins

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kL There are no' left turn"signals in desires, to control traffic flow. The
' ",", the state's$96,301 almost completed system also (includes sensors that
", \' project putting modern electronic allow for periods of very light traffic
\0":1 f traffic signals on Starke's US-301 intersections flow. For example if US-301 traffic our kindness
to aid traffic flow Is very heavy, and no vehicles are ,
\: J Police Chief Jimmy Bowen'says crossing at Pratt St.; the 301 flow
; Pqt4 4 he was told by state Department of would have the green. At the time ,301
. Transportation (DOT) planners'the that a vehicle approached 301 on
j left turn signal lights would be included Pratt St:, the light on 301 would halt
: ': 'In the plans for the Starke that north-south flow.
&, project but discovered last week The city, would have total leewayin Liquors
! that feature is not included. 4 l setting the .lights. This kindof
,iL' s 1 tip : DOT has 'dyne about five traffic leeway allows operators to actual _
/ audits but the count has never been ly direct traffic toward those areas
IiI'> high enough to justify delayed red that are of a business,nature.
:'' lights for left hand turns at SH-100
..' (Madison Street) and SR-16 J .
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I'c Director Merrill Dees. Pointing tp j
busy 301 and 100, the traffic obviously
calls for the left turn lights, Dees
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times to get onto US-301 (Temple
Ave.) or to get off.
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The new lights are supposed to ,
.- control traffic flow better, both Dees
i.hi" and Chief Bown say,but they remain .
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skeptical.The
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r.,' project will see five new traf As the clock strikes' ti
/ fic light signals at the intersectionsof : : ,
SR-16, Washington St., Pratt St., .
\' Call St. and SR-100. .

I Services Employees, a statewide of SES Electronics contractor ;4 J, twelve, let's pray for a ;q;.

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would complete Installing new ,1

signal connecting equipment the new Friday lights would but that not I j brand New Year that'sfilled ";*
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301 Light Project Nearing Completion... About a week's work remained,they S '

Perry Nelson of SES Electronics of Jacksonville, Installs controls on said.maintenance The firm and will be initial responsible set for of with good things
the new traffic signals al the intersection of US-301 and Walnut Street. up
change intervals, for a period of 120 1
SES Electronics employees to finish their t
expect connecting controls on d!
the signals within a week,but the project does not Include left turn signals days. ,
The City of Starke will then be able
with delayed red lights as expected. to set light/ intervals at any timing it \JiP) for all of l us. ,A special

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Brooker ;\(-r I thanks to you, friends..
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Cafeteria peace is ours to cherish .' \ \:. New YearBlessings 1,


throughout the year.

Accepted
Sincere thanks.

I BOWEN

After a 5 p.m. Friday,Dec.21,final
walk-through of the new cafeteria for PEST
Brooker Elementary the Bradford'
school board members approved the
building for final acceptance,pending CONTROL
completion of a few minor items.
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BE Principal Bill McRae said the J
tentative date,setto move into the iII
new cafeteria is Jan.7,and that a full, 'ttt j ,
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non-school day'must be scheduled to- a, + t U ""
occupy the new facility
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Architect AJ Dompe said at the Dec.

17 school';,board meeting he would ask .. 4 I

the state Department of Education to PC 1985 holds many, .
make its final inspection Dec. 19 and '
asked the; school board to make its fim-fIlled moments for you.i .

final walk-through prior to that. The Many tliunkw. friends.Ilalrulanestw .
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board agreed to the Dec. 21 ,walk
through with an expected acceptanceof ,
the building if the final punch list of ., t
Items uncompleted was presentedand
in order.It meant one more board
meeting for retiring Supt.Tom Casey. Alan .

Principal McRae pointed out the 964-4645 ,
roof of the new cafeteria leaked badly .1, 118 S. Thompson St. -Stark I
during a recent rain. That announce ,
ment got the attention of the board <
which, according to Chairperson of' America '
Container Corporation ( '
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Patricia Spengler, painfullyaware : ":: ,
of how much we have spent on 1 ,;yr ';"' Starke Florida '. ,, '." : :;
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Architect Dompe said the roof no 1
longer leaks, that the leak occurred ,,.' ,; 4 '. h .
during construction. Board member J "
Rodney Hall suggested Dompe have a r r
water hose turned on the roof if it
doesn't rain before Friday.

Brooker area school board memberJ.T. fALL BEST

Parrish made the motion July 2 WISHESl
to'move on the new building.The .
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go-ahead came after Supt.Tom ,
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Casey reported there was a $206,071 h giug : l
carry-over in the $10-million-plus 0 i ,
1983-84 school system budget year beaSth kappuw \
which ended June 30. Board membershad ob '
already committed themselves to' ,
build the new BE cafetorium if moneywas \
available. goGAcke&iloMean, s # VERYHAPPY

The board budgeted$150,000 for the
BE cafetorium. lowest base bid, paE oa'o.
submitted by Triest Construction Co. : ,
of Keystone Heights,, came in at

$201,744.With money available, the board Charley E.., .0'. e S. '
decided July 2 to'build the cafetorium .
plus a $4,997 alternate, new kitchen Johns Agency, I Inc.i 0
included. .
equipment 964-507Q. J 1 1a -NEW
t The school board' originally ,
budgeted $100,000 for the BE
cafeteria but upped that to$150,000 a .
similar but larger cafeteria at Hampton '
Elementary cost over $200,000. : !
r' When the BE cafeteria bids came in : YEARSkyline

over$200,000,the board halted discus- .
sion until Supt. Casey's announce- ..
ment of the carry-over. ; ytY .- c '
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Plans'for the new cafeteria were pG i ;;'4 : f
r approved by the school board in Dee,

1983..

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W'. Second Class postage paid at Ii i:2-: NORMAN'S' MARKET :' : i .' Home,

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Seventeen of 870 students at the and Mrs. Kenneth Mueller of Starke.
Bradford Middle school, or two per- Selena Norman, daughter of Mr. 4
cent of the student body, earnedstraightA's and Mrs L.M.: Norman of SR225. r 'I B. c y
! for the second six-weeks Tammy Jo Tatum; daughter of : I
grading period which ended Nov.. .16. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatum (Of

Another 101 students,or'tl.8 ber-. Lawtey Denise Waddell, daughter' of Mr. A
.'1< cent of the student body, earned all and Mrs. Al Waddell of Starke:", i r3 i. ;i *7 .k
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' : A's and B's for' a place on ,the." A-B, Wendy Young, daughter of Mr. n i, ,
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I and Mrs. Frank Young of Starke. .lt

The '13 str ighl-A' students. by, Seventh Grades '" .,

::1? "\ grade, are: Sarah Douglas, daughter of Mr, -. ,,_.. ... of. :,- -._ '//lil -"'" 'V 11'1. __'r T -....., ...... '- ... -,....
:;,' Eighth Grade: and Mrs. E.M. Douglas of Brooker.rScott .I,
'! 'Duncan, son ,.f. Mr. ,and. BMS Brains*. '. ,
'Patricia Bath, daughter of Mr. "
: Mia. Jim Duncan of Starke. f
.,:4' and Mrs. Mickey Bath of Brooker. Ron Zurfluh, son of Mr. and Mrs* .. Straight-A students at Bradford Middle School for the second six:-weeks Mueller, Patricia Bath Kern Fillyaw, Brian Cnnovft.." .. '
.Shawna Blom, daughter of Mf. Lonnie Zurfluh, of Starke. .are (lriKneeling s Jo
.' Second row, standing- Marcia Brown, Audra ,.Brantley Tammy l
and Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke. and ,
Selena Norman Scoff Duncan
Blom.
Tatum, Denise Waddell Wendy Young, Tonya Klein, Shawna
Yvonne BQbo, daughter of Mr. Sixth Gr'ac e: .;:, First, row, standing- Iton ZurlluhiJYllnne; Bobo. Sara Douglas Wanda Not shown Alhha Gruen. ,
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and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. ..
Audra Brantley, daughter of Mr.and Brian Canova of,son of Mr.Lake.and Mrs':. : :'a .' :.,.,..,_:H,: ." '. .. :
Mrs.Gerald Brantley of organ David Canova; Kingsley ': i" '''Hj'.)' f ;
Road.Marcia A-B Honor Roil... :,"'.";'Bronson;Marci Brown, James tox1, nie Francis, Stephanie Gainey, Roberts, Patricia Rosier, Shana ing, Melissa Frampton, Chris
Brown, daughter' of Mt. ,- !,Kevin Crawford, Kim Dukes, Chris' Tavia Hedding,'Mary Hill, Melissa Schmitt, Misty Telken, Greg Johnson, Emily, Lee ,Deborah '.
and Mrs.D,A,Brown of Lake Butler. The 101 students, 44 eighth 'Durban, Julie Ferguson, Michelle'')'Hislop; Eva Hodge, Alphonso'Jones. Thomas,Steven Thornton, Tawanda Nichols, '''Beckl' Nugent,'Wayne ;
Alisha\ Gruen, daughter of Mr. graders,.36 seventh graders, and 22 'Garcia, J.J; Hall, Bill Hamilton?" Kevin Krack, Valerie Krack, Tyson,Charles Watkins. Vincon Robinson Danika ;
and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. sixth graders, earning all A's and 'Christ! Harrell, Kirby Joe Michelle Llndsey. Len Looney, Beth' Richardson, Kim Ross Andy Smith
Kern Fillyaw, granddaughter", of B'a are, by grade: \Hildebran, Eric 'Hodge, Karen1'" McKinney, Bobblejoe Melton, Sixth 'Grade: Ashley: Alday,. Danielle Smith," Carla Stephens, I
Mr. and Mrs E.Z. Lee of Starke. Hodge, Brian Kendrick, Unissa'' Sharle Meier. Dan Moss, Amy Regina Bass, Pam Baucom, Shanae William Stephens Julie Thomas,
Tonya Klein, daughter of Mr.and Eighth Grade: Tahgalia Bass, King, Karen' Larsen, Kim Leer' Noegel, Carl Richie, Candice Blom, Karen Coleman Kim CUmm- Tushina Vanzant.'Jill Williams. .
Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke. Patricia Bath, Micki Becker, Audra Richard LeNeave, Lisa Mitchell, /1''
Wanda Mueller; daughter of Mr.. Brantley, Kim. Brewer, Michele Patricia Patado, Peggy Petteway-," I
Kristin Pfenniger, Melinda Powell,
Christi Redding, Lisa Rivera, Sandy "'W PW'f'$. :\
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J Rowan, Elizabeth Rowell, Suzanne' '
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Sapp, Holly Shields, Barbara Smith,' .t :
X P ill ;Iir 4 Sarah Smith, Noy Srlvibul, Sheila i1i fIi ff%:" .,
Stewart, Jill Strickland, Chad, Ten 1' : '1 1I
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{1 ingham?Terry Whitehead, 'qn'. : : =>...

Some bamboo plants bloom only once In 50 or 100 year*. Seventh Grade: Link Bishop,' II..
Melissa Backus, James Bowen, .. j
Celeste Carter Dyana Crawford) '
David Elder Carrie'Davis, Gayle :, "
Douglas, Rusty Eberle, Allison\
Farnsworth Aimee Ferguson, Don I

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y"" schools here .- Starke Institute Prof. G.Q; I

apparently rated at least an 8 on Looney A.M. principal; and Orange '
M b scale of, 1 to 10 In the eyes of Wanton S. Academy, Prl.;; G.P. Young, principal, J
Webb when he visited the town a hundred : ,f
years ago gather material for his wf "Mrs. A.E. Morgan is postmistress.: ': I

'Historical Industrial and Biographical Temple's. MillAt !,:'I

t6 )iiC { Directory of Florida", published In 1809,
one tme! when lumbering was l,!
4e re. "The town is noted for its healthfulness, jor industry in Bradford County, Temple's';
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-- R excellent educational facilities good" society Mill, located just north of Starke about.I I
+ and its handsome girls Webb where the State Farmer's Market is today i\

reported was shown on maps as a stop on the; ,
I Not only that the town was ripe for railroad. It is listed Webb's. directory asp .
capital investment with good prospectsfor r having been settled in 1877 by Simon J. ,
establishment. of a cotton seed oil mill Temple Esq., "the present postmaster". '
.Call Street in the Busy Days of Camp Blanding Activity ice factory;bank a "much needed" hotelof y Temple moved vast timberlands. In this ;
) 50 to 100 rooms an orange packinghouse area and operated saw mills in various '

carriage repositorYr hardware locations another one being at Thurston .
,. lllm4 EDITORIALS ,- store and a sash, factory on the railroad north of Hampton, 4 t
-- I in Webb's opinion

This was the period when Florida. was Summers Agreeable yl\

beginning to.blossom in the eyes of Nor- In discussing Florida's climate, Webb :
thern investors seeking opportunities in said: "In connection with,the subject\ of "

Stage Set for Starke To Come Alive in orange groves, productive and reasonably : temperature, we feel' authorized to Kay "
,:$5 priced land, healthful living In a warmer that Florida owing to her peninsular foi\
and other benefits.Webb and to the
J climate reportedthat mation proximity sea, the great
Starke had doubled its population in a proportion of inland water surface exposed'
I :"The central business district continues to decline in most com- decade from.400 in 1875 to 800 in 1885. to evaporation together with the,almost

munities. In the more critical districts store vacancies are increas Even the town's five-year-old never-ceasing air currents-sea breezes! -

ing with long vacancy periods; rents are decreasing with little pro- newspaper "The Florida Telegraph", ..... her summer climate is one 'of the most'
which had been founded by Co!. William : agreeable. .
spect land values with
for change; are dropping greater depreciation
Wyatt Moore in 1879, met the approval l of "Such breezes are a constant and enduring
expected; obsolete buildings deteriorate with postponed Webb who described it as "a live local "fff'I feature of Florida's summer'climate

maintenance; and of greater concern sales volumes steadily paper". He also found Starke plentifully I occurring with almost unvarying daily
decline 'toward the vanishing point. Because ,of these unfavorable supplied with churches: "three for whites ,rn regularity and must be experienced to be i

trends property owners and merchants are encountering great dif -- Baptist Robert Keith, pastor appreciated. This feature is the secret of .
ficulty in maintaining the former status of the centra( business Methodist J.A. Caslel pastor; and Chris- ,. the cool nights. It is a generally recognized t
district. tian, G.P. Young, pastor. 'Colored chur- fact that there occur few nights in summer ,t (
ches' were M.E'hS' Jackson pastor; and when covering of some description, is not /
it rrrrr I ', African pastor." found desirable" ".

Developers were busy even in those ear As for Winters ,
the tone for other in the ,
If this sounds as if it were written to- improvements ly days and the PennsylvaniaFloridaOrange '
is Co., limited, was reported as in- hAn "It is true that at irregular intervals of -
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I day..guess again. The paragraph area.A terested in the sale of lands in this section. eight ten or more years, Florida has been
quoted from an "Economic Leaflet"published historic and architectural surveyof Apparently, they were successful as three subjected to the influence of cold waves In ,
by the College of Business Administration the Call Street district is now under well-to-do .Pennsylvania families came 1835 the orange trees,were killed over the

at the University of way and will provide inspiration for improving here about that time and built fine homeson larger portion of the State. In 1868 there

;, Florida in May 1962. For many towns and adapting the older "Pennsylvania Avenue", now Cherry. Eye for Beauty .was ice as far south as the.Manatee River
Street. Omle Adkins sister of the late and guava trees were killed to the ground
and cities, this gloomy prediction is buildings in this area for uses appealing
as well as most other tender tropicalplants.
In his business review of the town Webb Judge A.Z. Adkins; was a g od"ex
even more true today than it was 20 to tourists, as well as local shoppers.Improvements of what Webb .
ample publisher was
reported:, "Mr. E. Johns is proprietor of a
years ago. to the older buildings water power mill here; Messrs. Powell & talking about when he said Bradford "These currents of Arctic air seem to '

How fortunate we are that as we stand will be eligible for tax,credits up to 25 Miller are extensively engaged in the .County was noted for Its "handsomegirls" come in belts. On December 31.1880, the
the threshold of percent.A manufacture of Orange Syrup(fever mixture mercury fell in Tallahassee, for a few
the 1985
o on new year, ),": \iNotexThe hours only,however to 14 degrees P.: and
Starke has armed itself with aggressive plan for financing the "streetscaping" Hamrick Dr. A.P. Smith; Hodges' & that was very injurious to the orange trees
,
programs in all phases of community of Call Street, with improvementsto ( : Powell referred to was Dr. Pooser. Mrs. F.B. Hodges-W.H. Rivers! : in that section. Irvine winterof, 1883-84 ,
Tate Powell, an early Starke physician) J.L. Gaskins J.O. Alvarez, JTC.rRichafd,
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development that will reverse the trend streets and sidewalks, the acquisition -.F.. another cold snap occurred which in
H Corwin George' Ci James
( 1'here'is;is Miller "
a good opening for capital results, was similar,to those previous
of inner-core decline that set in more of off-street more attrac-
parking areas here in the establishment of a cotton seed Wood George 'Bais en. J. Kleinschmidt
/. than two decades; ago. tive street lighting, and the planting of oil mill, an Ice factory a bank; good site Mrs. A.E. Morgan George 'Pace, 'Irvin Although Webb wasn't around to'record
Johns J.M. Johns, ''Morgan' Bros. and it, the Christmas freeze of 1983-84 one'hundred -
I Revival of so-called "downtown"area trees and shrubbery is being designedwith for a hotel of 50 to 100 rooms which is ,
,
later
funds provided the creation of a much needed and can be filled readily others. years was another one for the
by :
is a cooperative effort whose time history books.Temperatures as tow arf 8 to
special tax district in the downtown especially, : in winter; orange packing "The settlers'are whitesr'mostly from 10 degrees recorded in
has All the U.S. towns and "' were Bradford
over
come. house hardware
; carriage repository; the northern' and western 'States; .
about
cities are rediscovering their historic area.The store; and Sash, door and blind factory. character good, and all comfortably well. strawberry County killing plants' which, a third are of the
hardy
roles as the heart of their communities. Chamber of. Commerce and the < off, i enough to withstand ordinary:cold. and

Downtowns are emerging from neglectand Development Authority have set a goalto The owpcrs' of noted orange groves are "The educational decay to become exciting places to make Starke and Bradford Countythe Messrs, O.M. Rising, L.A. Wynn M.R. there being two'Well, conducted :

shop and work, as well as meccas for first Blue Chip community in Nor-' ..siffi, t.. ,. ,', ,.
n n n n -
culture and entertainment. For cities theast Florida. To do this, programs for''' -' iR'.... ; 4oII.iI c. C ,,, "

both large and small, this revitalization .. improvements in every area of coiri-v,'' :t>tAjQa, "' t: 11 '{ 'nl' ,?uJ1W3i h ? b ::ji KU i; <, Co mien U214QUUEII ua ,te ,' I

will make signiffcarit'raifferences'"Iri' muriity activity, frdii (clean-up cam,ft. Ii @ .now.tV mefi! fS' na. m. ; .. gCiJSg1[ nStt'lud, ," '", ,
: ,
r N' rmrlftedfolh' of
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local tax base, create jobs and paigns to an industrial park, are being I .. \ i
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establish a renewed civic pride and ap- formulated and will be ready for review ...1 :. '' .

I prec'itior- ...li by the State in February. Ag Hall of.Fume..

ana''wmch gives the town Plans are also being finalized for the l you're WORTH. "Hot "
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identity and personality. beautification of U.S. 301 medians Shots" are heavy' pride.) Two of the five Floridians to be&inducted ;

Several factors have come together at within the city limits of Starke. Into the Florida Agricultural Hall of Fame '

this time to make Starke's ", And if you're just learningto are former Bradford Countians who have r
particular ,
With all these factors coming together served the state for many years in their
turn-around possible. At.the foundation t't'1 play where can you get
at this particular time, Starke has a fields. :
of course, is growth. After a long periodof "once in a lifetime" opportunity' to ,II some lessons or friendlY: :'- Receiving this Moor will be Secretary of
,
slow growth, our area is finally change its total image ,not just the '4., J help to improve your skills." ": Agriculture Doyle Conner and former

benefitting from an influx of populationthat physical image, although that is the by Joe Steeler and musical style? :State Forester ti.H.Hux) Coulter both!of
is expected to place Florida in the t2' Tallahassee. The induction ceremony will I
most visible and the that gives the
one
Most of all haw, come it Is be held at the Hal] of Fame Banquet on ;
top ranks among states in population by How come it Is that folksIn
most lasting impression. But the turnaround that in Starke there's-nopublic'place Monday Feb. 11, during the Florida: State
1990. This growth is evident in the fact approach'also includes less the\Starke area seem to such Fair In Tampa. ,
that building permits in Bradford Coun- appreciate and enjoy as a Community -:
How its citizens "
tangible aspects: own ; or Civic:Center Conner' Is the Incumbent agriculture
ty for 1984 are nearing a total of $10 feel about the town, and how they; work Bluegrass and Country where those interested commissioner and has served in this office
million in new construction as the year together to improve and maintain it. A music'but almost no one is can' since'1O. Coulterwas stationed in
to
nears its end. lively, attractive "Main Street" shows' interested in PLAYING it? ," meet play orust 1 to '. Bradford County during the early years' of ,
listen?
Traffic on our main artery, U.S. 301, .what a community thinks about When-I. was a teenager in his forestery career and retired severalyears'
: ago from the office' of State
is steadily increasing to more than itself..whether it believes in itself, andis Mississippi, about every "? So there it is,,folks. We.need,, 1 Forester. ',1
to work and sacrifice to third person you knew more players. Any 'instru-t
20,000 vehicles daily bringing a poten- willing Friends of Commissioner Conner will be
tial new source of revenue to, our translate this belief into reality. An at- either,played .a guitar or ment; any,,sex, ,and any age interested to know that he recently underwent 0//
WANTED to. And we'd get (I'm 55 and one of the ,.
downtown district and shopping centers tractive downtown shows customersthat gall bladder',surgery and Is now J

from tourists and other visitors who "someone cares", ;and wants themto together for.a pickln session ,.,< youngest in our group). recuperating at his home 823 Kenilworth J
in the at the drop of a hat. What we DON'T need are Road;Tallahassee Fl 32312. "
could easily be induced to stop more frequently shop area. '
in Starke if assets Sometimes we needed, ,no,excuse ,. drunks, and dopers., And we He'will be 'out"of his office for an I Indefinite
our were .
I Rebuilding a downtown, or any other at all. 'frpwn on smoking, It won't: period'of time.Statue :
presented more attractively. district, is one of the few projects whereall '"' 'make you a'better player,

Other factors that will make 1984 the interests in a community can come Alas, that. was In the 1940s and can.beo a source of ir"citation -

.'': year for Starke's turnaround include: together and work for a common goal., and 50s and teenagers' interests to others: ,.DO YOU '"

Judging by the number of citizens now have changed. "qualify? This'is'for FUN-, :

; -The establishment of a Starke Center engaged in the various phases 'of the Musically, some form.of not'money.How S

I for the Santa Fe Community, College several projects mentioned above, this Rock has taken over, and '''
Endowment Board in the' 1902 Court community is "coming together" to the louder thebetter, No "do we get together? We
thouse a landmark in the downtowndistrict make these I need a place In the Starke
things happen. need to SING Rock melody,
The needed financing for' this areathat is available to all

project is well under way, and ,the col.lege 'With such a cooperative spirit just scream'and holler: {' ",'on a scheduled basis Who,

5, with improvements to adjacent prevailing, 1985 cannot fail to be a turn- LOUD4That's If do that good, .lyou.'ve:en ugl .',"' ',. thinks enough of C &

E' areas in the downtown district,, will set around year: for this community, you can W/Btuegrassmusic'to make.

," ..,.'.. got TALENT, If that's'your such a place available?
thing-'havq.( + at its ..
!I I!.'" I', '.\IW i,, ) If you'd' like to become a

I" But i/yau pre/er.t, ,play member of this fun group

: And Now for Murder <: Bluegrass. or Country music' :write to the address.ahown
;; : Privacy / (or if you'want to'LEARN: ),, below.'lndk afe your name,

what are your'possibilities. phone number,' instrument'

around here? There arg'afew yot4'play ( WANT to I";
a is that of convicted or
Stranger 'and stranger things happen of all : case a sall'groupa'who playaf play and r')1oti.re .
these days but then murderer who had his conviction over a
courtrooms
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in our ,
others- homes; to a'correspMtdingly t
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perhaps its just another sign).of these' turned by an appeals court which ruled ach smallUstenirltl' ; youngster,:middle-aged or"mature"It'll of Liberty"'
help .in/In-,
because his "right. toprivacy" ,
strange times,, adversely To Receive Gift '
the murder audience' These ding a group or,subgroupthat ,,
while committing '
in'BrQward County a woman, fed 'Mto usually fsolateaJromeoo.Othet"Qr' be" From;BM'Piayers'
up denied. It'seems that unknowrito. groups you'll', most: comfortable < : ;
with annoying rust spots on her car,wona was % a variety wIth'If'you know of a'' had
$5.1 million punitive damages award the recorder murderer turned; his on, while victim he'wasbeing a ,tape'. of re*.*.n*.There's ntf public'plac..where'relJUla",,i > .:Make .&&i\}Happy. New/Year, j r Iss,
claimed forced" 'I.tbertySl I ?
from a distributor she business deal that .umbr ra or clearinghouse playing sessions can be'
her to buy rustproofing, then refused to shot five times over a the for eaching' or combining -, held. ,.BEJSURE jta.say got. 'That s w'liai the students'of the Bradford
Florida law requires consent -
went 1 Middle
that becauseof sour. 0 School are doing by sending offs
holes developed -
the '
repair of all parties.before a tape:recording :- theM groups toy check for wo the two
from
chat' ; net proceeds
,workmanship. new fuller ,' : be
or the
shoddy legally be made. create gonna : Christmas plays presented at the school.
Upon hearnf.thejury's, verdict, the can sounds\ I' '."" '-.-0' toughest nut to crack, and Wednesday, tohelp, in the niultlroUlion"dollar. ,
,' I'm numb An assistant state attorney:said the. f''S!/;.*. '/'. > 'v'i ->',; could be the'niakebrbreakjactor.iri restoration rf the Statue of Liberty
woman said, a right "clearly did not intend j ,. .lr.,.> New York Harbor: \
Florida legislators :
now)' If she was numb; the ru ) We'ret net'talking mon.y',: tlse1fortK: .:; ,.
paralyze to extend the privilege of privacy"to 'FUN/ Wtwn cwnBtoted 'mm ..ul'took
herenuv'rf.tafftinff "" to/Jo. I .
distributor should have been Wpte Stee1er a': 1.rtt
andbwiuttful :
murderers nevertheless, ap- lost as rah InHBHwh ?
(OK 901 just some, *
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Union juriesin e/d'The'Ba fod; /Coven' I" n the people France contributMl two
In neighboring County parently,that's what they,did. pote"t" M.rbiaipae, ,. ,
suits seem to have developeda \ 411 ,Telegraph,: ." million franc*to pay for the.ltu ..*gift
damage bwtaryr'blae"hot U 0
There'je 'r to e American {
people,
for multimillion dollar ver*,. Things get "cur o ser land W PO.I8raw, } +or'A1,4< g
penchant ,
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diets.: In one recent ,case the amount, jurorsgenerously' curiouser", as Alice in Wonderland said for flo4MlAS s. r;:;'.....'tt.r-yr. ;, ." : .Starlte.L.'.0#'" ,,, "."I'. I'" ,""r.,!r''?.1" ',,'......../ ,'', "., !>oriiShvtiu A!r'i ot>>.r wrganiiationB aha! wJMWuk, school to ris en'?
double the down the rabbit holeHuteven "
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awarded while .
falling II 'U W MUemrMto tffort
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asked by plaintiffs lawyer/ Alice never anticipated : the A tiinn luj. tae of LiIIIitY: M1 ,t

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Celebrate: 60th AnniversaryMr. .r

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and Mrs W.F. Cooley of with the anniversary date.
Kingsley Lake celebrated their 60th Highlighting points of interest In
wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. the hall were lovely arrangements of t
23, at a reception In the Fellowship silk flowers, wreath holly and }',o'
Hall of the First Christian Church. Christmas! greenery.The .
Starke given by their children Mr. i
'and Mrs Wallace' Cooley of LakeButler cake table was centered witha r a
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles three-tiered cake decorated with 9'I I ;n aaln'O
Cooley of Eastern Shore Va., and. pink and green rose" buds arch : sy _ _
their families. with the figure 60" In an
Mr.and Mrs. Cooley were married punch table was centered with a
.Dec. 20, 1924, in Jacksonville, and crystal punchbowl apd held an ar
'have been living at Kingsley Lake rangement of poinsettias. Another
since 1938. table held an assortment of hors a, D l
Miss Barbara Bennett of Lake doeuvers.
Butler greeted the guests at the door Approximately 50 guests called
1,1 ''and attended the guest book. Each between the appointed hours three
\'; '.guest was given a engraved napkin !and five o'clock.'' .,. 'f M
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1"1 ,:., \ \ : . \ HRS.Chrl.tmas;
i Tha T.H. Slad s Party
''" To C.l.brat Held D.c. 16 *It o T
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3 50th AnniversaryMr. The HRS Aging and Adult Services
Christmas party, sponsored by the
and Mrs. T.H. Slade will be Young Adult Sunday school class of''
honored at a reception on their 50th the Methodist Church of Starke,held :
wedding anniversary Thursday, Sunday,Dec. 18,was a huge success. ( J
Jan. 3, at 7 p.m. In the Starke Honorees ,were, clients of Foster i
Woman's Club, given' by their Homes in this area.'Seasonal songs '
children Tom Slade, Jr., Mr. and were sung and refreshments served.In .
;Mrs. Charlie Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. addition to the gifts from the Sun-
Mike'O'Brieir. and Mr. and Mrs.. day school class gifts from area "
John Whetche donors were distributed. Mrs. J. WILLIAMS! JEWELRY '
Your presence friendship', and Paul Meece and Service Aide Darla :
good wishes are treasured gifts. Hollifield wish to thank the following 100 E. Call St. 964-7064
They request no others. donors and supporters: Denmark Bradford Sq. Shopping Ctr. 964-8485
No invitations are being sent locally Furniture,Andrews Drugs, Hodge's Mr.and MrsW.F'Cooiey m
but all friends and relatives are Hardware, Family Dollar and I
invited to attend. Eckerd's Drugs, Pendleton

Associates Interior Designers t, .- .. ._,.. ..
The Warren'Wrnkl.rs Scissor Wizard, Beauty Salon, and =- ':>- '!I- :! !" ""' 1"> ""' ...AII\\\- ':
various anonymous friends In Brad-. I I
Host Staff Dinner ford and Tallahassee.
County

Mr. and Mrs. 'Warren Winkler .;"' ., -T I f e' Soc&: Z."S..edn !I Get in the Act

were hosts at a dinner party Satur- ;, _. ... !
day night, Dee 15, at the Yearling .
Restaurant'at Cross Creek, for the >: .f
The
staff of Wlnkler's Electric including Annual' Bible Confor' .nc0. .:-.-. Mooty eJf Calling, ,:;IIIVolunteers
husbands, wives and dates. At First Baptist .
Twelve guests enjoyed. the occa-. Society Editor 1\
sion. January 6-9 is the date of the'An News r +
nual Bible Conference at the First 964-7608 i' To Help Stage
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:' Baptist Church of Starke. / '
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Bruce Howard graduatesfrom Each year at this time a con- ( Biggest Ever '
basic training ference is held for in-depth studyof sssssssssssssssssssSSSSssasssssssssssssssssssssssssSQladyt /
a book of the Bible. This year the GARAGESALE
study will be the book of Psalms. ,
Airman Bruce E. Howard, son of Pastor Ben 'Bryant will teach NIGHT WATCH SERVICE
Thomas W and Charlene Howardof adults in the sanctuary: of the =
Lawtey, has graduated from Air church. Separate conferences will
Force basic training at Lackland. Air; be held for all age groups youth, Dec 31st ,beginning at 8
Forcee Base,.Texas children, pre-schoolers, and a "
Help Raise Funds for
SFCC Starke Center
During the six weeks of trainingthe nursery will be provided.for babies. ,
the Air Force -
mission!airman, . and.z MdJspeclal r tMMisgihuman &Wednesday from 3:30-8:30: I Bh. ( D df M gb ''moo lo J.in"l 1'.3 a ,dIlW":;" ". '' ; ;r .' ,,,, ,.
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v-ww. ** ? 'O:'"; -* -""Wpm blonds T'.n l .n t :1" 9'7 I. t :'Q lit$ '{jO''l.c' H) I nr'r; 1tl7'u't.UzrJrt't ; &' ?; i :" :
In addltkm'-.iAnen.wtm-e; credits training earn Everyone is cordially Invited to Lake II, .1
associate degree through the 'Greg Douglas Kingsley Baptlsl. v. '
intensive Bible ,
Community College'of the Air Force. enJ Y.thIs study _Robert C. Gfllit.!!. Madison! St Baptist > .' I '.

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STATEMENT OF' PROPOSED .
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CDBG: PROJECT I
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,j, :the City of Hampton Is applying to *"et f lorida Department of<:om- .I
:, Bradford County Is applying to the Florida Department of Community munity.-)4ffairsDCA, ( ) 'for a Flscaf Year: 1,984 grants' ; under the The City of Lawtey Is.applying to'the Florida Department of Community 1
Affairs DCA for Fiscal Year- 1984 grant'nder the Neighborhood and ,Commercial. Revitalization in the .
( ) .a category Affairs (DCA)' for a Fiscal Year 1984 'grant under the I
Neighborhood and Commercial; Revitalization category in the amount( of $500,000 under the.Small.Cities CommunltyD velop- Neighborhood and Commercial Revltalizatlorr category In the I ;
'1 amount of $650,000 under the Small.Cities Community Development ment Block Grant (CDBG) Program. f preach activity).that,)js Proposed ,amount of $500,000 under the Small Cities Community Development !
; Block Grant (CDBG) Program. For each activity that is proposed at least 51% of the funds must benefit low-and moderate-- Block Grant1(CDBG) Program For each activity that Is'propos
"J at least 51 % of the funds must benefit low- and moderate--' _come persons.,The activitiesdollar I amount and estimated Percentage ed, of least 51%of the funds must benefit low-and moderate--:,, :
come persons.The activities, dollar amount and' estimated percentage benefit to lowland. 'moderate-Income' persons ,,for. which: the ,come persons. The activities, dollar amount and estimated percentage ,I
benefit to low-and moderate- Income.persons for which the. County Is applying area I'c\ ". benefit/ to low- and moderateincome persons for'which the '
.t County I is.applying:! ore:. 1 : ,.Percentage.Benefit, City Is applying'are, : .' ,/. I
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F., Benefit to t'> ;,tI.\, ,,.iow-ond 'PercentageBenefit !
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Activity'( Moderate. i
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.:.:: '; "' Moderate-. Activity : ,i I y, \\ Cost I" 'Income Activity INoderole. I.

'11 Activity.' ", ,, ? -; ..... Cost 'Income; Improvements' ''' I. { Peraon Activity' ", ''i;' Cost, Income :
Street $286,500; ( %) ,
; "- > )jjijt;' 'Paraoni ,; :' :.Jf'Iao.O' : '. '". .Ponoro I
\ Street Improvements: ,. '?' "' .$440,200 ((80.0%) !Water& Sewer Facilities' ) },$1,82em.. .'((80.0%), Street Improvements:- .' $172,500 ((80.0%) i l
Water''& Sewer: facilities'\ ; .... $184,800 ,( .q%" Housfng Rehabilitation\ -.,: 1\s' .. ;r-; $_"",em'l.. ((1000/0)) Water.& Sewer Facilities :'t. $302,500 ((80.0%) : : i

Total ActlvltyXcwt;. :l| ,r ., '' $625,000 (tK.O%) Total Activity Cast "',. _[$475,000 ((80.3%I ...Totat'ACllviiy Cost : $475,000 ((80.0%) I
Administration ''"'\. $ 25,000\ (,'i.otal ,. ) Administration ,'n '"", f ;J.25em'' '.. (J<;'" ,: ,.' ). | :'Administration. : .' 'I t .' $ 25,000 (. '. ) i;

.,- Program Cost s,, ., $650,000 < .. ,) Total Program Cost1> '. .... foJt"it$$500,000 I'' .. {( .; )' 'Total 1.Program Cost '. .: $&)0,000 '( .. ) ,1' ;
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'.'The,Cbunt/s plan l :tc'' minimize the displacement'of'persons as a'' The Cit/ 'plari to minimize the displacement of persons as a resultof ".,The City's plan to minimize the displacement persons as a result 1 I
'result'of planned 'CDBG;activities .Is 'to develop a CDBG project planned CDBG activities is to develop a CDBG project which will of planned CDBG activities is to develop a CDBG project which will
which will 'not cause displacement! of persons'The Count/ propos :not, cause displacement' ; of personsvlhe; City's i propose Fiscal I ; Year: not cause displacement of persons. The City's: proposed Fiscal Year

'. ed Fiscal/,Year 1984 C D>BG project. will not displace- any persons.If '1984 CD8G project' = will. not displace any persons' .1984 CDBG project'will not displace any persons. \.\
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for'any reason,'persons ore'displaced/ :!'as a result of CDBG-funded, ,If for any reason' persons are displaced p; result of CDBG-funded If for,any reason persons are displaced as a result of CDBG-funded1)< i
t activities'the County: will provide assistance to displaced persons as' ..octivi'les, the.City'will provide assistance to displaced persons as activities the City will provide assistance to displaced person ass ,1 I
required l jUnder; fcCFR: 42, U.S.' Deportment of Housing and, Urban, required under*X44 CFR/2/'U.S. Department of "Housing and Urban required:/ under 24 CFR 42,, U.S.Department of Housing and Urban i
'Development's regulations that Implement the.Uniform: Relocation'' ; Developments'regulations: that Implement the Uniform Relocation-. ,Development' regulations implement the Uniform Relocation i
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AisialanceandReaftopertyAcqulsltionPolicies\ Act: of 1970. ,Assistance and. "".eaR... operiy Acquisition"Policies" '; Act." 'of 1970. Assistance and Real Property Acquisition. Policies Act of 1 1970. '
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A statement of the.proposed Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG. project;apphca.tion : :A statement of f tIe.,proposed. "Fiscal Year,J 9B4 CDBG project j applicaThe'City's ..-, A statement, of the''proposed Fiscal Year 1984 CDBG project application ",
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' 'The. Count/i' CDBGvrprbecf'; '; | lis nelgKborhood'' .dndcommrcia$' '\. CDBQi:! project t Is' ,a'' n&shborhoo4 I "van'd' commercial :". <, The; City's CDBG:: project Is a, neighborhood and, commercial} .iii_. .>.

revlitalizottort'prpiecil/' The County Will undertake public facility"Imo revitalizatlon''pA4' ct, :The City! I Wilford stoke)pub1iC! fociliIy and;. .' revitalization project The City'wilt undertake public'' facility, lm-:.
; proyemwits\ the Fiscal Year 1984 Taraot Area which) Is.located Ius f! complementaryhausfng! : 'actlyity.tmprovementi;) In .t the. ,isibl'Year. r --provements( ir(the Fiscal Year 1984 target area which located/ In,, _,'
t'. 'I outh',of the eIiy'.imNs' of SlaVke.: ; The projecf| :(,area ,jsgen.rally;' 1964 Target Area..Which i Is located in the Southeastern section of the 'the southeastern section of the City. The project"area,Is generally";:': ":
to ; bounded ,'on the hortrr' by' limits of Starke.. 'The, project area l isK i 1; City:The! project area I Is generally bounded on the north: bV Navarre I, bounded .on the north by Middleburg Road, 'on. the 'south byLee; :"'t
t t i. generally' bounded t on. the ,.north by S..1 IE.: 10th Avenue,;.ori); the aoutlio" Avenue, on the,south. by Intersection.of arunnaredstreMors!(': ; lane,.on the west by S.R.teoOB! and on the east generally by 5th ;
by S.E.16th Avenue, and; on the west by$.Eth; Stteot,.and or the S.R. ;325, ;which. lA.opproxImately: ,1200linecr; feet.' Ou.fh of;) the. Street. 'Public facility Improvements ,will, _Include, street Improvements -, .- '
k", ,. east generally by' County!Road, 100A.!Public?,facility/ Improvement:' 'railroad!/ tracks: ,'6Yi the West by Florida Avenue, and oVi.th'e east 6y' and Water and sewer facilities.' The total project cast I I.

rv; ",Will Include street,pavlngrand; water and sewer faelllttesv.Trio: ( total Prospect, Street,,,andS.R?, .325. .Pyblic, facility ,pndcomplementary estimated at$500,000. ,., .
housing Improvements will "include rents '
project Cost Is estimated at$650,000.The ? activity
',and wrier/ond kewer'.facilities: and.housing' { rehabilitation.The,! ; ,The'application. .will be available for review aHowt'ey I City Half on'' ., '
*$" : application-:will I J pe available for;review;'at.*wwd County'. .., total, ptol.cHott1.8II"m'afedotJ500qe.. : ) &: J.'- /: ( .', 'Wednesday Thursday and I'rlday,, January 2-4/1985 between the ;/
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cvft" "'1 CourthouM on Wednesday; Thursday and Friday;January 2.4': '1996 j;, ""l* !. .I,:.,''c "* .hpuis of f.CO: a: m, and 4:00: p.m. To obtain beHitlonal InfbVrnatron; ) r
,.between the hours'of4109annand4OORmJOablalaadditianatlln1ormation : ; ( The i application will'be available fc;rovliw at Hampton City; :'Hall( concerning the"application; contact LucilleSchuford; ,. City Clerk, at>! :;

concerning: l he appftcofkw>,and the public hearing,tOrt r on ,W.dnrb d"WJ' huroAo .and: Friday.;r orVl2-4; 461 J etweene.., the Lawtey.City Hall, Lake Street. ,lawtey,. Ft.33658. I., w telephone' :l} : .
f .. 1. tact tArV: Gainee,.Planning and{ Zonfns, CMnKtwrodfer. ,, the howrj'pf: i tl#:irt.! slid 4:00 P' "::To.7r1 Mn addiiiongl.I I, nforma 1 i "land"""'AJ'f"\7A-34S4 .. ., '. :'. ';'4.
; '11)( ,:'county Courthous. 925 N..Temple, Street, Stork, Florcfei( 3SW91. or j tH concerning the gpplkation, contact L e .. ,111 : .telephone. ((904))9640280, ext.212v: I j at'ths'H6mpo&Ciy.Hail,. 'Intersection"! )NMcTeVAvenueandJ +i : : ; "'. .. .' .'''I, -,. ... ',t .. .;!

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Did You Know
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I Mr. and Mrs. J.D, Warren and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green and Laura Christine Reddish,
\ Mrs. M.R. Judd of Starke, and granddaughter, Theresa Guthrie, daughter Bethany of Wake Forest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Stan Reddish '
Friday Judd, Jr., of Ocala, spent Dec, 20 to Dec, 24 in Fort Dix, N.C., are spending this week With 1 of St.;Augustine,waschriatened' ,.
spent to Wednesday with Mr. N.J., visiting, grandson, John War- their parent, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sunday morning during the 11 a.m.
and Mrs. John Stringer In Pleasant ren, Jr., of Heidelberg, Germany, Green, Mrs. Carolyn Taylor and service at First United Methodist
Hill, Ala. and brother-in-law ana sister, Mr. Bobby Taylor Church. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish
and Mrs. S.R. Serafin in Cranford, entertained at a family dinner at
Mr. and Mrs. William Spengler of N.J. their home following the service.IVlosley .
> St. Augustine are Dec. 24-Dec. 29 Mr. and Mrs Bruce Ivey and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. V.J. children of Clearwater have moved
Spengler. The Spenglers also had as Staff Sgt. Carl Hunsinger back to their home at Kingsley Lake.

Sunday visitor Mrs. Doris Bettes of On Air Force Duty ..,..... ._____. _.....
...............' St Augustine. Air Force Huns
\ a'lbitt inger, son of '.Roderick G; and
Mrs L.S.Williams of Georgetown, Laverne Hunsinger of Starke, has
Fla. is spending the holidays with arrived for duty at Hahn Air Force
\ her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Base, West Germany.
and Mrs. Warren. Wihkler and fami Hunsinger, vehicle control func-
I ly. tion supervisor with the 50th .
If Transportation Squadron, was
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Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and previously assigned\ at HomesteadAir
children of Orlando were the long Force Base.
weekend guests of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs.Olin White.The Bob Whites Roger Crosby PromotedTo ,.
and Mrs. Olin White left Wednesday Master Sergeant M'
to spend several days with Mr.-and Roger M. Crosby, son of Nick and o ..
Mrs. Michael White and daughter, Margie Crosby of Keystone Heights
Hillary, in Pickens, S.C.
and a 1968 graduate of Bradford .'
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High School, has been promoted In
? Mr. and Mrs. Herb Behrens of the U.S. Air Force under the stripes
Pennasuken,N.J.J.and Mrs. Eleanor for exceptional performers (STEP)
Briggs of Maple Shade, N.J. arrive program to the rank of master
Dec, 30 to visit Mrs. Francis Merlie.
sergeant. I'a 1L
Mrs. Briggs is remaining for a week Crosby is an 'aerospace control
"fir n F', and the Behrens just spent the night. and warning systems technician at
Tinker Air Force Base, OK, with the Tire Co.
t Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hindle and
3rd Airborne Command and Control
children of Tallahassee spent the Squadron. i Walta Hwy, 901 S, %4 fitf
.' >/.!<' long weekend with her parents, Dr. daughter ofWaltiter and Dorothy
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Receives Humanitarian award... Wednesdays and Thursdays Only

Elaine Sherman was presented the annual Humanitarian award at the -964-7303
i'' Bradford Hospital Inc. Thursday Dec. 20. In remembrance of Louise Kite.

Did You Know........... rb COME SEE OUR NEW BUILDING


: Mukunda Young, 4V4 years old, of NEXT TO PIZZA HUT
AtlNOUNCI Stockton,Cal., is spending four months / / '
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Mrs. Louis T. Young. Durrance Family Hair Designers

.Jennifer Lynn Welch Mrs. Mack Williams has her eight Pump-& Supply Co. + .
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children and families horne for the
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'' Mr. and Mrs. Patri rc'B'w: ich'of holidays, which include: Mr; and ..964706leSSON m .. -- -
Starke are proud to announce the Mrs. Mack L. Williams, Jr., of I
adoption of their daughter, Jennifer Sylacauga, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Family' Hair Designer :
Lynn,born March 17,,1978. Williams of Jacksonville, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles McQuaig of Waycross Next to Pizza Hut 9647303HOLIDAY
Meeghan Shlanne Langer Anne Godwin of Gainesville Mr.aneMrs.
Ben Williams of Savannah THE WAY!
Rev. and Mrs. Warren Langer of Ga., Mr.and Mrs.Frank Williams oi SPECIAL
''Cocoa Beach former Starke Middleburg Mr. and Mrs. John .
f residents, announce the birth of a .Williams of Port Orange and Mr. .
II daughter, Mee han Shianne born and Mrs. Richard Williams of MAY IT LEAD YOU
'Dec. 20. She joins a sister, Allison, Valdosta.Mrs. Perms $29
'and brother., Shane. 1 oJ thru ,Dec . .
L.H. Gibson and son, Gerry
":i' .' Gibson of Merritt Island, were on a WITH JESSIE OR WENDY'hyout
;JDi You Know........... four day cruise to Nassau and Salt ON THE HAPPINESS I Ile
Key last week. Mrs. Gibson spent '

i Mrs. Joe,Carroll of MeJEs\Qa; ;.),.'1 I .MraA Christmas\Gerr overnight'Gibson and-guests with Mr.,;ands Mr. :.' i ; jj' I

*Mrs. Edwin Baker of Dade City and and Mrs. Robert Hastings of Irvine, ROAD ,: .. ., :
'Mrs. ,Wayne Dollar of Ochlocknee Cal. > E'4'bto91
J',were Tuesday, Dec. 18 visitors of <:1 0 .
Mrs. John Griffin. Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa was
,f. Christmas holiday guest of her IN THE.
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Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Thomson and sisters, Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. .
son;Todd of Tallahassee visited his J.W. Kincaid. ;..:;. .
mother, Mrs. W.H.Thomson, during'the //1

holidays. Florida National Bank at Starke New 11 r '
chose Andrea Jenkins as Its 10 STATEMENT OF PROPOSED
Tuesday;Dec. 18 Bridge ;
Duplicate "Millionaire for a Day" Dec. 14. An-
Club results are: first Rhea drea will receive one day's intereston CDBG' PROJECT "
Johnson and Lora Francis; second one million dollars, calculated at ,
% Evelyn Griffin and Ida Shaw; third. 10%, as winner of the sweepstakes. Year
Charlie.Riddle and Jack Burnette; Florida National Bank has been con- The'City of Starke Is applying the flon'da; Department, of Community
fourth Eleanor Wright and Betty ducting the sweepstakes during the (} a Affairs (DCA)for a Fiscal Year.1984 grant under the Housing ,"'
Riddle fifth Ceil and
Jean ; Terwillegar months of November and Decemberas category In the amount of $575,000'( under the Small Cities Community j
Tysholm. part of a promotion of its og
automated teller machine network. Development Block Grant(CDBG) Program. For each activity (!
'. 1- G that Is proposed, or least 51% of the funds must benefit low- and I I'moderate.

Danny Hildebrand graduated HAPPY''; HOLIDAYSMarti's Income persons.' The ,activities. dollar amount and ;
L Dec. 15, from University '
Saturday Florida --s estimated percentage benefit fo 'low moderate- income per*
of with a B.S. degree in
t
Business Administration. Danny Boutique. Plus f sons for which the, ,City, Is applying. .ore ; .
J
will continue with his education I 1 '. "I ;." Percentage
t the University of N. Fla. and 222 N. Temple. Avenue Starke ': .:,( Bene/lIto/

Jacksonville University. ,;, .. LowendActivitY
Moderata- "
Activity\! Cost Income '
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The Hartford fenont

1 loves mature t, Housing Rehabilitiorv; I.' ..;, $377,400 ((100.00/0))
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Relocation Assistance I':'.: r"r'$120.100: (IOO.O%) '!<<
r drivers. Weguarantee I ij Clearance' '. 37,500 ((100%))' /1
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it ,t' Total Activity Cost ':f" ', $523,000,' ((100.0%), .,.
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.I.t\ Administration $ 40,000 t ( '' ,)

; you're a driver age i'\.t\ !. ,. Total' Program Cost'" $575,000 t w. ) !

50 or older,The Hartford '. I: 1" ,
can guarantee that \.

your auto Insurance.won't The City has developed its, housing category CDBG program in sucha t
be canceled just minimize the of result of
manner as to displacement persons as a
accident.because you What's have more an planned CDBG activities. This was.accomplished 'by selecting a 1

insurance won't target area in which housing 'unitS'were economically feasible to ,

your be canceled because i rehabilitate to,he maximum extent possible! .. '
of )L' .' '' 'r I
your age or any r I
i J claims you file. Plus, The City will. provide assistance persons disploced as a result of w I

we offer generous discounts 'CDBG-funded activities as required under,24 CFR':42U.S. ,Department :

\ for mature' t of Housing and Urban Development's, regulations that< implement' ,

l a, :,; Driving drivers with records.good. the l Uniform Relocation Assistance. :! foal I Property Acquisition I.;,""

,. /. If you're a mature I Policies. Act 01970.r ; ,' ." ,', J
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1\ driver and want quality .
<
,1 protection,special A statement! of the proposed:f Fiscal Year;,1984 CDBG project application

: ', rates and lifetime renewable Is as follows:; ; -: i
:I auto Insurance .

i"- coverage,ask for The Cit/S CDBG:project l t Is o Housing project: 'The City will l under'r i
auto Insurance from Itake'.hou.Jng.lmprovetTen./. / iseal Year, 1964.
: ) target. area
i The Hartford Call out "
.. ;I. today. which l +'Jls. located. In;the..northeaster! .;section! /,of,'the,City and is

; agency Don'make a de .generally bounded by,Florida! Street on,he North,.,by OdlawteyRoad | .

-I'I I cislon on automobile on the east by o POInt| approximately 75 feet north of S R. ,16.I

I Insurance without a on the south, and by a,paint'appr xl'ately! 'J75 ,feet west.of Oak )t

" 1"" 'quote jrom 115.f s tprospect Of another ..Street on the tivest- H llngmPov! : monlS.cwUICludehCUslr'tg!!(, !: ? ,.

''rehabilitation!/ ,,,.relocation.owUtance.and, clearance: !J tlvltles. The
f-.. .**'.i.." HODOESInsurance New Year arrives, let as" renew our total; protect cost l It estimated at $575,000 and approximately one- '

; Agency faith in the of freomfor'all hundred percent (too,",J or $ .OOO.9f'the project cost.wilt| benefit '
power ; :,lowand moderate-Income! persons "

t':f.. i" '1 .4 !Road Wien living 'together onSiisplaneJ: ; 'The'o >p kwHortwHI, ..be availabiil.f W'ev! w'' at, Staike;Ctty alt,I ,ca I
101A Edward
Our best wishes '' and Frldiyr.lan4wy between "'
youand. yours, Wednesday Thwtdby> 2-4 the hoyfs :
4-' : AUTO+UFE MflMUE: HOMES of 9o.m.orK,, < 4'p,.,,,Jo c4jto I"adclrrM>ool Infer tmatl tor ry}concerning\ t, \
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/ HQMEOWNgfl! I 'the opplkaHori l ,,.CoM c*->fVr. *.Tucfcw/! : .,Clerk i.i.Of the,.Stork,. ,City, f' V; !

r'' .. CommunIty, Est "'ols.cm.! .'Fl.I tr\,., n .( '14-lOLG. t ., t. a aa !
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; rip- BUS I' '
Every player
got into the
,; ped the nets for a school record 39 game. I "
: :' points in leading the Tornado five to ;, .
chi an easy 79-59 win over Hawthorne Hawthorne, 3-4 after the loss, was LJ.iau .' .
i,; High last Friday night, Dec. 21, in never in the "Chandler ,
game. was '
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the Bradford High gym. ','st too cotton-pickin' hot for us," ." ,,",, .
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',. 4 Coach Mike Sexton was unsure of Hawthorne had just come off tough
whether the BHS basketball scoring games with Cross City and PKY, a
',.' record held by Gary Carter was 36 or 76-74 Hit win, and Interlachen, a
38 points, so he left Chandler in until 74-71 win before meeting BUS. The +'s ,
, he reached 39 points about midway Tornado five was charged up, cornIng y I
" through the fourth period. Chandlerhit off its only loss to Baker in Mac-
19 of 30 shots, or 63 percent, from clenny.
the field.
Coach Woods, who
started
three
Herbie Cooper added 20 points
sophomores,
a junior and
a senior
with
inside
his tough game. accused ,
BHS of
Cooper had 18 rebounds, Chandler Charles Francis reminded pouring it Coach on.

.14. Woods of last year In Hawthorne
when the Hornets tried to score 100 pNi
points on BHS. Hawthorne went all npIl N
the way to' the "final four" in the
state 2A playoffs last season.

a'N gy .
BHS shot 48 percent from the field '
as a team hitting 36 of 74 shots. BHS 1 'M M MF'7A '' 2jr .,
hit 7 of 17 free throws, or 41 percent.
Hawthorne hit 15 of 2? free throws,
sf... or 68 percent., d I." ff4I'

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BradfordBellamy I-0-2.;' Francis 4-0-S. '". '',: '1'' ',,\ .
Norman 1-O-2. Chandtvr "-l-3. Cooper ,;, '
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/.44O.'",Mltehtll! ,.0-1-2., 'Brown 2-0-4. ,,, Coop'Shoots.
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Chandler I'eels ,
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Mclvod 1-0.2,Totals* 37-7-7. ",; Adding his own to the BUS score ,
Hawthorn.Roy 5-2-11. Slots 5-2-12, Driving for the score, number 20,Uarren Chandler ToramltK-t bomb he Hawthorne, llorntts!! 70-20 Friday, 'was Htrbie Cooper a* he goes up for "
Manning 2.5Mack 2-2-t, lenklns210. feeds the ball 'to number 21, llerbife Cooper all the Dec. 2t. '',',: some. easy points. ,'!p '" ,

Gulhcrlo 1-0-2 WIlliams 102. f.... ., .. .. ....,,- .... -- ." ,,-,"/,,.." ..!JI'IrL \
tallln: 1-0-2 Hondorton 0-3-3, Ralnor "J> ; < A'j\ ::' .,'" "
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Next Action... I

BUS, will compete in a Christmas *< I
r tournamenlnexL'1'hursday and Friday II
Jan.3-4 at' Gainesville High I ;xslr.
School, in Gainesville.' .
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x County)'! will play at 6 p.m Jan. 3. '

ri very : I The Sky'sthe
.nr "" Regular season play resumes
Tuesday Jan. 6, when BHS goes to"
VLi Clay High Friday,.Jan. 11, the Tornado .
five travels to Orange Park.
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With his hot hands! making the dif BHS girl basketballers. 3-5 for the Stump's Dept. Store Each New Year brings
resume action Jan. 10 when
ference Chandler goes for an easy season .
score under the basker while Hornetdefenders'are they travel to Santa Fe for' an, 8 p.m. chance to,soar even,higher
unable to stop him. game. _
than before! We happily.KextGndrtttfihopesfoxdgSS
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l :,. So far this year, Coach David class, Dennis Cummings at 132 and Cove 44-36, the Tornado Grapplers
Waiting for
the
\\ Tew's Tornado grapplers are 3-3, Donnie Thornton in the heavyweight brought their team Green Cove Falls... showdown was a
". average uptothree
),, ;j against the Fl. School for In closer tough bunch of boys who wanted to
winning class. All,three are now 6-0 for the and two. u match with fewer
the Blind, Bolles of Jacksonville, forfeits, the Tornadoes did just win and win they did with the final
1Ip1; I season. ,A. ff Having an outstanding night was as
'i ,.,,' and Green Cove Springs while losing Other winners for the fighting\ Tor. Brian Barton in the 183 pound class, well, pinning Green Cove td the mat score /BHS; 17, Lake Weir 60.

., f, "i 1'' to F Santa Poor the Deaf, Lake Weir / nadoes .were John'Hamilton' ), 'winning both of his matches with 44-39. "It was a nightmare," said Coach
; f.5,.. and Chuck Coburn ((3-3). ), ,and.,Brian Bar pins. Taking taking: only 1:16 to ,BHS won four matches outright"and Tew of his flat team. "Maybe it was
Ji' r.. ton ((3.1). ." ,dispatch Bolles' Mike Hughes, Barton two by forfeits Brad Green, the bus ride or something/, .
l'ii' : Almost at Santa Fe..,
Dennis
.. > went on to drop' Green Coves Cummings and Donnie
:; ,:. If they'd had a full team against BHS 34, Santo .. 42 ','' ,1/' ;:Jerry Bani in the second match in Thornton are five for five so far this Continuing their fine performances :
a J{ Santa Fe, it might have been a dif tl'Brad Or..n,(w), lot-John Hamilton (w). !only 31 seconds year. were Brad Green winning
; ,,,: r ferent story for Coach Tew's I14-Charl I Coburn (w>, Ill-tld Russell '. Ilt-Jaml Carver 111. 1>2-D.nnl'>' Cummlngi BHS 44, Or_ Cummings at 132 and Donnie Thorn
." : wrestlers Thursday night, Dec. 20 in (w). IM-lruc D.vl. III.I us-lortalf 131cnrliCrlbb last year, said Coach Tew of Bar- n Cov 36
r the BUS gym. III. U>-lorlalt 115-Brl.n Barton Iw). ton, with better things expected of /1-.r.d Omn (w). Hi-John Hamilton (I). ton taking the heavyweight match .
,'" With five pins apiece, it was the 110-Robblo' TeV'.I1I.14WDonnl.Thornton(w), him the next two years if he stays ,m-Jaml.m-Crtu Carver
(wI
'., forfeited weight classes which gave Tough Green-Cove. with it.IHS ( ), MS Brut Dennis II),m-Oannli MiBrianCanon CommlngaI (WI.
Santa Fe the victory. .. 48, BolUf 36 310-Rolwt Taylor Iw),HW-Donnl.Tharnlon Slarke had to forfeit two while When the tough crew from Starke /g-.r.d Gram (wMM-John Hamilton (I),
a-.r.d Oraon Ili. Lake Weir Wins...
\ Santa Fe only had to forfeit one of traveled to a three! way meet in w 'OS-John Hamilton ( Ill-Chuck Coburn (II. H'.lld..u..." (I).
117-Chuck Coburn
.... .. "' the 13 individual contests. Green Cove Springs, they showed IMvlamlB'' Carver (w1,111 I.iit-Sid-Dinnli' "Ruitall Cummlngiw (Ito. It'was a bad day in Black;Rock for m-Jamla, Carvor, Cl,>, UMXnnli Cummlngiw
J Continuing their winning streaks who was king of the mountain ( IM-Bruca DFvls l (WI.Ill-Brian Barton (wI.UO'Rob.rl the wrestling team from,Starke Dec. m-ftrlait( ) IM-lroca Barton Davll(110-Kobbla(tsi-Chrli' Crlbbt, (I),
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PRICES & COUPONS EFFECTIVE THURS. DEC.27 THRU WED ,
JAN. 2. 1005. WE REDEEM FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS. .1 ,


U.S.D.A. PER POUND GROCERY- _. '


TOP CHOICE Buy-1 Ge -1.


$ 5'9 ,

.. Boneless Free' -

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:,Golden: Flake
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SAVE 1.00 Nachos

PER LB JALAPENO OR NACHO CHEESE .
6.50Z

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.L LEAN MEATYFresh SAVE 90' PER LBEXCEUEN1' c I""

Pork Vienna Sausage.. .2.=1.00 "
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FOR PORK KRAUT-SILVER FLOSS t. -" -,. ,I M. ',.," f. I'
Sauerkraut . '... ,. ,2 BAG"L8 ..69 COUNTRY' STYtEibs PARADISE : ; '. -.1 ;f I-, ,>..i.iiwT ,

fr" R USDA TOP CHOICE FAMILY SEE PKO.ChuclEytRIBetStCak. ., ".,1 9 9 Bucket OHves t. : .,' UISOZ ..69Ftesflfc ,

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WWKSKI ,. Lean Chuck. ". u1.79U&OA ',' ,
TOP CHOICE U.SDATOPCHOICE 140 COUNT'i i
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SAVE$1.00 PER LB
Stuff... Bnls. Calif. Beef Roasts. tal .99 Boneless; Northern Napkins . .. .79 ,
Breaking free from the defenders. USDATOPOUALJTYMEkSUM$1ZE
Darren Chandler had room to makea Fresh Pork Spare Ribs .Ls1.39 California-J' $ ,_, ? PANTRY PRIDE '.,
long aproach before taking off for ;BEEFSteaks 199 I "
the slam dunk. NEW ZEALAND SQUARE CUT '.FAMILY I potato Potato Chips
Lamb Shoulder Roast. .L8.99 PKO.SIZE LBOncor Chips
"" II | SOZ BAG OR
NEAPOUrAN HOT OR MILD ITALIAN .

DlnnerSausage '.. . wSl.79 .. -' Dip ''N' Chips

JV Team LEAN PURE FRESH PORK t SAVE 50' PER LB

PlantaUonSausage. Lo 1.39 Meat
caio WRAPPED ASSTD.VARIETY <. ) '

Frozen Fish Fillets ts1 .39 Patties FAMILY 99 7.50Z YOUR BAG g

Splits Pair COOKED SIZE CHOICE
JUST HEAT. &SERVE PKO., LB '
,: SAVE 10'I
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PANTRY praoe! A
Splitting their last two games, the "
BHS t-; Onion Soup Mix . .60, '.,!t
junior varsity boys basketball ,(r. 1 I. p..77601, '
SMOKED : ,
team lost to '
MacClenny 49-45 Dec. 18 :'
but blasted Hawthorne 64-30 Dec.21. PANTRY PRIDE ffJ.;'F4 ", : 'Smoked ,HUNrSRIIGORNOWT.! .i; ..?',," II ,

Boneless ". Tomalo, Jutee, ,., ', .. .,P4QZ". .89 : ,
BlackeyePeas ,,
Almost Came Back... ;
Pork' Hocks 11 COUNT WOZ OR:io COUNT t MXESoJo > '
MacClenny was a tough bunch to Jowls ,
Hog .
try and take a win from,but the BHS Drink. Cups a'1' _. f, ...., ., .' ..69 :
( junior cagers almost came back in EXCELLENT< WITH BLACKEYE PEAS ; EXCELLENT WITH BLACKEXE PEAS f
the last quarter to do that. Down KEEBLEHTownhous) '
the entire game, they finally came Crackers ,1POZ,1.49
1 within four points of Baker County 59 C 3/li". 69': .ffi'
High School,but couldn't quite make Franks :

up all the lost ground. L7e LB 12O2., MPEI M& LB : '
"We came back from a 19 point ;t
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good Improve- ,.
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back to within four points," said FLAVORS :
Coach John Sanders. '1 '

Losing all four quarters,BHS went ,/,:
10-14,16-31,31-43 and 45-49 for points IN STORE DELIBAKERYIN JURY/DEi.I ',', .."
and 20-8-45) overall game statistics. THE DELL/BAKERY/ STORES ONLY 6' 9' ,*
High point man was Eric Hooper twO
with 18 followed by Clifford Ivey HALF POND -"\ .lITER .

with 10 and Patrick Diggs with 9. sour Crean! It. .-,-, .? ..,.. 110Z .89' -

IHS 41, AXELHOCW! -, -tBERY -
MocCUnny 4* cornea -
Alonio Wllllami.1,Clifford lv.v J-4-H irk $189 Egg ..,.pafi.td.i ... .r.s. QUAIft 1.09 ; -_ .
Hoopor a-a-ia, Patrick Dim 4.14, Hob Thorp ALL MWASi,." ANTfW "

1+1.Cacll Jackiofi 14.4Hawthorne Beef Duets DIPa ... .- *. .tOZ .49' King .. Bread ?,. .' .". 3Lo. 1.48
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Tornadoes Ending a long dry spell, the Baby HAIl POUND CreS"Cheese ..Lr. ,,,I. Pal .79 Stu'dou9I1' M' ." .". 11". Past 1 '..
Hawthorne for
served-up Virginia inn. 1.70, 'j'" "
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dinner last friday night Dec, 21 by .F'r i" : SAVE W
,Smashing the Hornets 6430. \LAND a LAKESAmerican .' ,: HALF GAL.CTN.I PANTpY PRIDED '
i ,/ Taking the first tip from number Cheese'PD 1.49. /'" .
24 Patrick Diggs on the game IOTCMEN n !SHPotato ., D, : .' ;

ing ,jumpball. number .21 Eric aiad .v. ... ,,... u.89. lrI59 I Dogr: N ,
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made the '' ." ,
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Hawthorne BHS. It was after all downhill for Fried Chtoken .,,. ;. .. la,.so.. .. ; :
that
with BHS xlp I '
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never being challenged. 5Nd6O/ ,
A'I think the players deserved the aiser R1&Is "f _.01 ", Y M'A:'r i'1 .,..7.8AIIID "/'( SAVE3V12OZ 2I79Fes'china, (;" .

victory," said Coach Sanders. "It mtOH '-, Q14G: PAcK. .
was one we needed for a long time" Rye Bread r 9 VAIIEt'DkLEAU .
..>. f... r" .C ALL the end of the first '
It
quarter AMORTCO' ,' ( NMFAT'
was 20-5 BHS and when half-time '
'came around, the score was 34-5. Fruited Danish T t ,",j ,.< 21.49! S > / 79 ,t..,
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Hawthorne struggled to 16-56 at the COOCNUTMUCIMr ,

end of the third period and managedto Layer Cake. ,t .. .' ,,'.' ...:; .'. 3.49'1. .
all pile up 30 points by the time it was ; : -

over. MAKE PAMTRY PfDDE= .
Eric Hooper Clifford Ivery; Cecil YOUR HEAOOUArTreTO '. "'/ ,,. .. '. .1
Jackson and Alonzo Williams were' ,:Infonnatkmwe ,
all Into the SERVES 10T12. Mm k. t'
commended double figure range.Ivey ,Party ; .. .
by Coach '
Sanders"Played an excellent game, Trays Itedt .D WILL NO t.oNGI ;
and has been consistent all ,year $1'995''HI J?a ISSUE BONUS CER11PICATE.'
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rl.; Starke Recreation DepartmeiiifBaskelball

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old class and four in the 11-14 8-10jyear ...., Mornln Jlocum "I-J. Josh Me- Hawks 74. Knicks.72 lie Sheiiieli:o-o-o 1-e-l, aliiV'' Mares 0-0-0 4-0-0,Meurk Wllllento 1-0-4,Id Dovolei r-O-14,
year CelvlH tern 1-0-1, Pedro Carter 10tllKrilcks
'y old class, the Starke Rec Dept. will .Clollon.*, Allul e-0-0', Edwards Andrew Bui o-o-O* ,..>.ryen, Malt Plummor woleri In a tight contest, the Hawks held'' 'Jazz 77, Nets 73 Dec 14. Action.. ,
have a full basketball season. 0-0-0, Andy Crewi... off a tenacious Knicks team to take With three boys In double figures, Nets 81 Hawks 98, Jazz 84
,,; Games started Dec 12. the win Wed., Dec. 12. With six the Jazz went the distance for the 79 Dominating poe, the Knicks
76'ers 26, Celtic's 20... players going into double figures, it win Wed. Dec. 12 giving the Nets Coming off of a first game lewis,the continued their winning streak,
j 8-10 Year Olds... While they couldn't keep the was a scorers ballgame. their first defeat. With four teams Nets got their win this time by down making it two in a row. They next
Lakers Celtic's Craig Slocum from scoring High man for the winning Hawks able to make 70- points It ing the Hawks 81-79. In. a close play the 1-1 Nets Dec. 19.
29 a
Rockets 13 20 points, team effort the game, game, the Nets were led by high Knicks
by 70'ers was Willis Chandler with 28 followedby looks like an High scorer for the, was
interesting ,
Taking an easy win the first time saved the game for them. Pedro Carter with 22 and Truin. < ahead. season scorer Neal Slocum to.take the con Isaac Simmons with an outstanding :,1;
'. they met, the Lakers dominated the High scorer for the winning 76'ers Blye at 14 the point pile Harold test.Slocum 46 points. Two more men were in \
.{ court, with the final score 29-13. was Kevin Williams with 11 ,while The man with the mostest for the Toping for the Jezz with was 34 followed was high point man in the double figures,Greg Pittman with 26 II
' Thursday, Dec. 13. Revenge wilt Slocum's 20 points were the only Knicks was Greg Pittman with.(.32.'{!'. by Eugene Blye at 27 and Donnie- game,with 48 to his credit His only and Derek Dean with 14.
I be on the Rockets mind when they ones for the Celtics. Chased by Isaac /Simmons at 26 and;, Francis with 12. other teammate in double figureswas High man for the Jazz was Eugene
.J' meet again on Monday, Jan.7. 7*'.re jKon w.'lty 4-0-1. Kevin 1 Wllllemi Derek Dean with 12 .- Roy Shane Jackson led the Nets Roy Shane Jackson with 20. Blye with 40 followed by Harold I'
High scorer for the Lakers was M-ll, Itoven Plood ,.., Shew Pord '-., ., with 33 followed For the hard charging Hawks, Chandler with M. '.
Leutore Slocum 'l-l-l Stacie Turner.-...,James by Neal Slocum at Willis Chandler
Horace Edmond
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Robert 0.00C.IIICdt Wlllli Chandler ll-2.24,Train Bly'e 24. JOMI Harold Cnendler HUCMO ,
points to lead the team. Crelo datum (.MO. Kevin ,,0-,.,Mourlco WHIIeint 1-0-4 fed Doouole l I-O-I, Jots 30 followed by Pedro Carter with 21 live ir-4-40,Larry rimn 1+., Denmo Prude '.
The' lone scorer for the Rocketswas Jenkln 0-0-0,Shun Aaron 0-0-0, Herald Johnson toweno KIntley 1-0-1. Calvin Lan. 1-01, PedroCorler a.lye 'IM-W Harold terry OrllHn Chandler 14-I-M, login and.Ed Douglas at 14. J+4, Andy Crew O-O-O "
Marvin Slocum with 13. 000.Tony Brown 0-0-0 Rachel)Turner...-. / 11011Knlckot 0-o-IJReggie. Crum 1-0-1,1 wyntrlene-oDannie Chandler Preneli N"'I Neal locum.. 11-..., Hey Shone Knlckoi _sues lmmont. It-t-U. ,Orel Pin- ,.
Jackson men 'I+at:; ell Dun 7-O-I4 Jemle (owe*
Idkeret Hereto Edmond 11-1-JJ. ChorlelreOrlMMi h..c'lImmon. 0.0.0Nets 10-0-10 Merit Martial -,, Marvin 4-0-1, KeueryThame.2; .4
ti-l-li 0,40 Pill ,
.... Nol iiacum 11-0-14, Lane JAndf 000dOwn.444 Shun Wllllemi ,
Mane
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Bryan Cr.w ..-.. .ottere Slocum loKeerv Year .. ,JNl|Potter o-o-o,Keltey Thomei.'.He* yechun Lent 4-O-0 I4-I-I, ), After Meritiell I.... Martin 1+1pWka wniit' Chendler .
Andy Ooodownt .
0-0-0 Sheen Wllllemt IS/o-M Tram BlyeNEW More Roe Deft levy $effcetbe'llaIO ,
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0 ri .Q 4 AO Or' 4 Besting'the 76'ers by points, the
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it year old league Dec. 17.
Marvin Slocum was high man for
z Rockets, making 9 field goals for a
total of 18 points. Andrew Bute was
3y second with 7 points.

Jason Welty and Shawn Ford were
top point getters for.the 78'ers each
with six points. Kevin Williams was
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ALL STORES WILLBE OPEN NEW YEAR'S 'EVE UNTIL 9:00: P.M. I Al Nets 64,. Knicks 60 .'

ALL STORES WILL OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY ATX9:00: A.M. C ti4 Led by Neal Slocum, the Net took

the Knicks to the cleaners,64-60 Dec.
19 in Rec Dept. games.
GROCERY .
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,- rG points Roy Shane Jackson had 17 .
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Blue ,Pl j eMayonnaise .... .. '.;. 'A* "'.*" U S.:,, NO 1 10 LB Leading the Knicks was Isaac Simmons :
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Whiteotatoes man with 20. ,

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WHITE ,Jazz 82, Hawks 81

9 Inch Paper Plates . J 1.49 1 SAVE Sir\ SAVE 10- .the In Jazz In a finally high scoring edged out tough the Hawks game

PLANTERS: CORN CHIPS KH,CHEESE to take a one point win: Five players
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GRAPe,OAANOE OR PUNCH ,,. Q >Dt1sJ BAG. .... ..canots.u .. iHarold ChanidlBlye 'suttb. ,... I1IncUugene. ...
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YELLOW Nee Chandler with 40,Pedro Carter at 2Q
BIceARonlCanada .2 .z1.00 Assorted 20OZ .' FRESH 6 PAC CARTON and Truin Dire making 12 points.

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.99 49Fresh HeroM Chowder 10+21. oluaene al lye\11H.Lorry ,
TURNIP.MUSTARD .
Dry COUAR06 Ofl KALE SAVE Crum 1-4-4 Orlllln'' 1-O-4.Dannie( Prenclt-MHee i .l.

.CElLO PACK 30- SAVE 20-
Ginger Ale(REO.OR SUGAR FREE), $ Hawk .,...

Club Soda, Collins, Winkor WASHINQTDN FANCY Wlllli Chandler M-4-40, Train (lye ..,t, .d
STATE EXTRA Devflle l-4-l Clevln' Lana :*-!-,. redre Carter
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A ,279aczI "s" SAVE PEALa'17.* *PER 79* COCKTAIL OH WOZ $ 99.' Jazz 61, Nets 60
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Jazz was able to pull out a tight win

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: onu' 1HuntlaKetchup > 'Harold Chandler shot for 28 pointsand
was closely followed by Eugene
". "f';;: ... 1019Juice Blye with 27. ,

SHENANDOAH FROZENCRISP HEALTH & BEAurY'AIDS For the Nets, high man was Neal
,Slocum at 32 with Shane
Apple . .' .:> ; ,' jS1.19 ::36 cr..v Roy
<...I' < ;'f' ;. N'TASTY 10.3OZ .FROZEN. AIka Jackson following at 18 points.
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OOtDENORAM ",>I'j) COMBINATION.PEPPERONI: ,Seltzer JontlHerold
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Macaroni & ,v '
CANADIAN BACON SAUSAGE t. Chendler i1+2" .noon* .IveYlMir.Lorry .
OR HAMBURGER vf iiy Tablets Orlllln 1-0-4.Donnie Prencl. l-4-l
S4OZJAR ({ ,i'\\ SAVE 20 Note 45

Mustard ," ., ,-..,.. .. .89 REOULN\MINT OR OIL! N..lllocy",14-0-11.Roy....n.Jock ton t-l-li,
,' .I'-' ,!. Pepperidge Farms 17OZFI N Cre Toothpaste 1049 Marvin Lone 4-0-4,Andy Oeodovreo 1+1

Strolls Layer Cakes MOZBOTTLBScope Knicks. 76,-Hawks 72

: cocoNirr,CHOC FUDGE.DEVIL S' $ I .7 Mouthwash 2.49 In another close game; the Knicks

174. FOOD.GERMAN OR VANILLA CHOC.GOLDEN. 1 EXTRA, BOO OR NORMAL f OONWIION) beat the Hawks by four points 76-72.,
Beer ". '. :. Leading. the winners was Isaac
SAVE 10" Clairol Shampoo ,.. i&oz1.29
Simmons, who made a total of 38,
REGiMR) OR / 800Z FROZEN M Co JHTAdvll points for the Knicks.: Second man .
PANTRY PRIDE Tablets .1.99. '
was Greg Pittman with 29.
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SAVE TIME AND MONEY ON QUALITYUMDEVELDrlNS' with 30 followed by Harold
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Mt'.WINE &' BEER LL Juke' 9,9.SAVE OUR REO. PRICE Deee.-,.* \

: 10fl%.PURE (!)]J OF PHOTO FINISHING r.wit4. 12 .
30'' a .110L126 OR 136 Harold Chandler 13-4VM.td Oov le<....An- Fdv
7SOM.! ". COLOR PRINT FILM., .eodovn, l-4-l.... Calvin' c'Lone04, Pedr
Carer 420 H
Taylor' Champagne .. .. ..,.,.,-,.. 5... PILLSBURYMicrowave. Fi1OXEh3: It .
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Wine i.+),. .?..,, 'a.mA3.89 REO.OR BLtTTBB DEC 27 THRU JAR 9, i960. with exercise classes will begin ..;,.
,Jan.7aL'the old Armory'onnorth -
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no ML.' '"iBJaok .' r Ydb Sprite. M llo 8 RACK I It' are$5 for the eight weeks and$10 for o..
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the paving "f Laura ChwrchRoad According' to Foreman Crawford Including the 1.2 miles! of Laura Ellington load intersection to get to per year.
unless weather stops the progress, it will take another 5fl days of rock Church (NE 20th Ave.. plus ElllngjUn the Laura Baptist Church and to the Laura Church Road tops the coun .Eunice Loop Road, north of .
says county road foreman J.B. work, and another! .week for ,,the (NE 10th St.> Road AW right. trailer park at NE JHh Street. ty's paving priority list, where it Gawtey" ,
Crawford."pp black lop to be laid. o'rway has been secured on ,Ellington : Based' on--, costs of paving the \rested for years with no funds
Construction Company of Laura Church Road runs NE of, Road, and tb.''county will Speedville\ Road last year, it wilt available. Forsyth Road, which ?'a off
Gainesville i Is putttng down the Clarke and'takes off eastward from begin work on grading it as Boon as cost, 250,000 to $300,000 to pave SR-100iuat south"of Stark 'j
6-illch limerock l base: and will put on ,;the corner of Old.Lawtey Road and Laura Church Road is complete, Laura Church and Burt Ellington Other four roads on the paving '
the 1.25-lnch asPhal* baseP us seed Market' Road in'SUrke .and' runS''' Crawford says. Roads. priority list are, in order of priority: Lake View Driv* .in the Seminole
and hay the u miles or 6'2 linear eastward toward Kinesley Lake Between the local gas,.tax, which With passage of the local 4-cents Ridge Subdivision'off. SR-21 and on

feet of new pavement for $110,923. the county: has been collecting since per !gallon' gasoline tax. the.commis Extension of Bessent Road to. Santa,, Fe Lake. almost. to Melrose.gratulatioiis .,,_.... ,
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overseeing the project: ,, to haul limerock, as it"did when )paving \ $20,000 per month, and' the regular
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The bid includes 'putting .down Keystone Helghla last year. No money in county corfers now to build Con + :
limerock and asphalt, grading and money was saved in hauling and the 2,7-miles of Laura Church and i
sodding the shoulders, and planting Storing the limerock, and storing it Ellington Roads, according. to Clerk ':
grass to prevent washouts. The is not necessary, commissioners Gib Brown. '::1 :
county has done the subgrading saw The paving of'Laura Church Road Muriel ,
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Denise Durban and Cathy Waters of Ai'1xa ,, f
by Elizabeth Terry and family,, 'Cecil Prevail, Mr. and) Jacksonville Miss Lisa Durban of u.a ,
phpne 782-3300 Mrs Robert Price and family,Mrs. Miami- Mr and Mrs. Al Perser of .: I
Genelle Underwood, were Lake Asbury;. and, Mrs. Rebel
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Personals... Christmas"'dinner guests: oKtheir ',Mciver of Ocala were Christmas eve E = : c'k 1 pt; i

Mrs. O.J. Anders spent Sunday mothers; Mrs Earl Prevatt. dinner guests' 'of,Mrs Wilma. Wain-
Dec. 23, with her son-in-law and Mrs. J.K., Jones, nd daughter wright. .. ,
daughter Mr. and Mrs. 'Johnny\ Mrs; W.S. Suber,of Columbia; S.C., ; }Mrs., Donald Wilkison went to ,"
Jenkins, in Hilliard. visited their;, mother land grandmother Jacksonville Monday .to spend 1 .
Mr and. Mrs. Lynn' Both and Mrs. Flossie Rosier Christmas with their son and 1f f _, : t'I
children of Gainesville 'spent '" Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell and!;, daughter-irMawf Mr. and Mrs, !
Christmas day' with their mother daughter,< Ms..' Pat Hayes, spent Donald Wilkison, Jr. and grandson,
and grandmother, Mrs.,'Daisy Boch Christmas eye with'their daughter,' RQb t WUkison.., : ..
and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Mr,,and Mrs, Dave Kelly and fami- Mr. and,Mrs Ronny McClellan ..; wishes to thank ail of.you who : : '
Weekend visitors of Mr."and Mrs., ly;, in Jacksonville. All. of.them .and'son,:Paul,'of Brunswick, 'Ga., ;,,\ ', :!!t. %..'t \
Harold Eunice were Mr. and Mrs. returned to Lawtey,Christmas-and< and Darren McClellan of Vidalia. ,; helped make our opening a success. .
Phil Eunice of Lake City, .Timmy were dinner guests of Mr..and Mrs. Ga., Mrs and Mrs Robert McClellan ,"Yr' ,j+ New Year ,.. .. ." "., -" -1
Slater ,of. Hampton' Lake'.f."Ju1iU8 ,.George Kelly and family. ,v and son, Jeff, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny i\\:: Happy to all. I 'x ',"'. !!f.1i;
Eunice of Starke and Arthur. Melton; Mr..and Mrs.1'James'Waters! MW) Tomlinson,,. Mr .and Mrs.: Randall ': .. : '
of Graham. 'and Mrs,.Wilbur Waters and family; Reddish Donald ;;Reddish,:' Mrs. .1 '.' :' ( ''t., ', .I ;, q. ''ii. fiJ.li". ..
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Hodges, MarkIlodges -of Starke, Mr:and Mrs. Mike Waters' Vickl,Revels and sons,DeWitt.and I' \ \
and Sharon'Tyler,, Sarah and family of Middleburg Mr. and ,Brett"i'all'; of Starke, 'and Mrs. "' '; .'"
Hodges, were Christmas,eve'dinner1 Mrs. J.S/ Waters 'and family ,of 1 Margaret Smith of Gainesville were,1, .$; *' 'i'"f'': f
guests of Mrs. Carolyn .Hodges 'pf. Lawtey, and Me, -and, Mrs. Jimmy :dinner guest of theinmother, Mrs. Layaway
Raiford. Higginbotham and family of.Texas,, Mabel McCJellan. on. .;Sunday,.. pee BankcardIN '
j Mrs; Jessie MaelSeohland Mr. ,.had their Christmas dinner and get- 23. ,. '. 'CashJevveliy'
1 and Mrs. Dusty Rhodes. Of Atlanta 1' 'together at the home of the Waters'son Mr. and Mrs. Bill ,Cr use and .
Ga. visited 'their cousins Mr. andMrs Mr:and Mrs, Danny Waters and family ate Christmas dinner with < Girt "
Hermie Kelly, on Wednesday.' .family, Dec. 23, Lilly Howard ot their son-i-law .and daughter Mr. ;
David McCully of Lake Butler will Lawtey was'wIth them. and Mrs William Smith of Starke. '
,''spend the Christmas holidays with Mr..and' Mrs.: ;Clyde- Wainwrightand Mr. and Mrs. Danny Phillips .Ga11 rr, inc ,'
his and Mrs. Ben Me family of Lakeland spent the. 'visited their mother Mrs. Mimmie .
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I *> *. By Anne H. Sponholtz many area residents followed Hill's lead and wrote the' ;(

Telegraph Correspondent Governor Rolland McKellips, Melrose: Robert Noble,
a' Melrose; Jackie Stein, Melrose Gayle bOne Melrose; I r

; 'If'Time Magazine were to come to Bradford County Gary and Brigitte Fisher, Lake Alto; Steve Denmark, {

y Ii to choose its "Man of the Year," surely Harold Hill's Starke; Rufus Kite-Powell Waldo; Richard Dugger,
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picture would grace the cover.There's Keystone Heights; Lucille Coone Melrose These are .1I'
:' little doubt readers of Time would at first only a few of those concerned individuals who rallied ',I'I

say, "Harold who?" But once they had finished around and supported Harold's efforts. ,I
reading the portrayal of Harold they would probablysit During this time an article in the Telegraph read in

back smile and say, "Oh THAT Harold.Well he certainly part "Although phosphate mining may be in the futureof
deserved it." Bradford County, the most imminent danger is the I II

Harold Hill grew up in the Keystone area. He attended proposed peat mining of the vast Santa Fe Swamp, a &
school in Starke Theressa, Hampton, and Melrose.As massive counter attack is being mounted in an attemptto \
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late thwart this operation that would denude the swampof :
a young boy camped and fished ,along the { f
wilderness shores of Lake Santa Fe. Perhaps it was all trees and vegetation, there is no assurance that r I I
these guiet moments as a boy when life seems to be so devastation might" not eventually come" to this important r. I II I

alive and beauty so beautiful that Harold, began his wetland I
love affair with nature. To promote public, city, 'county and statewide ,
But no matter when it first began Harold learned awareness of the necessity ,to save the Santa Fe :

that to love, cherish and protect which he cared for Swamp, Harold, accompanied by his wife, has spoken \
meant more than a few kind words or treasured to over 150 groups all over the state of Florida,just In

thoughts within the man himself. It was to mean a bat the past year. ,
tle and one which he was determined to win.
In 1948 Harold left the area he had come to love and Hill Awarded by State i iI iI
moved to Jacksonville. There worked and lived until I
,1978 when he came "home." Harold Hill is not a raving environmentalist. He has
become a self taught expert by engagning himself innumerous j :
The wilderness Hill knew as a boy had nearly vanished 't
amounts of research regarding every phase |,
as permanent houses replaced young boys' tents .
with, \
around the shores of Lake Santa Fe. But one thing had of environmental issues. He speaks softly, yet
authority. He is intellectually informed and well-
not vanished Harold's love for tne area. ,
Although Harold would probably have been happy versed in almost every area that affects. our environ- '

pitching a tent and calling it home, he probably also .ment. ]; ,.. ..
had second thoughts about how his wife, Lynella, would If there is a meeting held concerning an environmental ; f
feel about that, and so they moved into their lovely. issue affecting this area, you can be assured that ;

Santa home Fe.Lake ,on the 'shores of Lake ,Mr. Hill will be. there. v _. _. .,. -- -__ ,I,

Dwellers ;{0.. All this involvement has caused Lynella to remark,
"I thought we were retired." It has caused others to j
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ponder, "Isn't there any time or place you can go and v tin r Y } f
From their house one can see the quiet ripple of the not find someone from the Lake Dwellers r Y! tS' .(1 I Inl

lake as it rolls up against the sandy shores. Cypress ,
trees stand nearby and at the end of the Hill's dock is Harold was"presented the Conservation Award for I Ir
their fishing boat. Across that beautiful of Land Management for the State of Florida this year. It
water,way on the other side of Lake Santa Fees Santa -. is an award presented by both the Florida and National
Fe Pass: Beyond the Pass on the north end of Little Wildlife Federation and Sears.' He also received a plaque I,
': Lake Santa Fe is the Santa Fe Swamp. in August presented in grateful appreciation from'
.In 1979. when Harold felt that the Santa Fe PassDevelopment the Lake Dwellers Association. ,

..was in violation of, restrictions.Jn! ;
.. wetlands areas, he instrumental !in forming the But indeed Ms greatest awardrjil victory*cam o v.j l.Y.L''
t Sa.ta> :F.WrtMii.. P ml.>.f.< fctMftmttonfnrt tun wied'M'' '"'.... *4i ifr-Wrt j\'IW hen hfrtt r tritoi4vyO k nwj lootedon /";.
president since its inception. as Georgia Pacific officially deeded t.be.SanW FI! /
Although the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association is Swamp to the Water Management District which1) in: I
still hard at work in an effort to resolve the problems turn has turned the management of the swamp over to
I they feel are ,associated with ,the Santa Fe Pass the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.:
development, 1984 has been a year' of victory for Just last week three representatives of this'agency t .
,Harold Hill and the Lake Dwellers. A battle has been visited Harold's home.' He spent six years with them P
showing them his informative slide presentation, anI''
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the swamp he helped save. y i 7
; When Georgia Pacific bought the Santa Fe Swamp in ( ,
1981 for the purpose of mining peat, the Lake Dwellers "I showed them where the ducks come'in and where', "

launched a 'Save Santa Fe Swamp" campaign."A the fishing hole is. The one that young people have fish- I
ed for years and years," said Harold, explaining that i
lot of people didn't even know there Was a' the Game Commission will designate how the swamp ,
swamp?" said Hill reminiscing about the Lake, will be used- primarily as a place where nature can be / 4+

.' Dwellers beginnings as they strived to inform the observed with some limited hunting permitted around "1'
public. the swamp's perimeter. '. rt
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'"But the important thing," Harold added "is that
the use of the swamp will be controlled. The swamp tw'M
.; Lake Dwellers Members will be made available to EVERYONE. ,I 'think it's t'

f t" : .,Appeal to Governor been a worthwhile effort. I just hope that one day en-, .

But by the time Harold Hill got through most people ,vironmental issues will come" to the front and become. a

not only knew there was a swamp, they also wanted to regular topic of discussion. ,'
actively participate in saving the swamp. It will probably be generations yet to come before the
: full impact of saving the Santa Fe Swamp is felt but I
During September and October of 1981 the Lake from what we know today. Bradford County and 1t 1
Dwellers appealed to groups and individuals to write lust the' entire State ,of Florida will be forever t Harold Hill at his home OH Lake Sartta Fe'

the Governor about the fate of the swamp. As a result. grateful that Harold Hill came home. :' :'" ': j , '<
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BOY SCOUT TROOP 70 ,..meet* from 7 8:30: p.m. each Tuesday In the ,
Have an announcement.. Get It In to u,by Monday. at 5 p.m. and STARKE ,. ..
hut behind th.l.nnhcourt* '! Street In .: ,i ., .. ,}ryl'i ,1Iy
we cart put It In the Calender local event, church gathering, special speakers scout f.. ;" ", '*r;"- i' ,
or new organizing will be Included on request. We must ask that you keep and :Jerry Coleman.' : ,
group '(hurch..,Clubs: Organizations >,. 'The' .executive director, '''of the information'on .
!hem.* concise* possible. .:, Game and "Anyone having
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DUFIICATS"BRIDGE CLUB..mi.h ever? Tuesday night ot 7.30: : p.m. at Stark. mission 'announced! Of ficer Park's death should contact
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Social l Events' Woman Clutt. Bridge player are Invited .to attend. >' '\ of 120.000 .is' being 'offered as a'reward.for the Pinellas County.I .

: : ,A WEIGHT WATO4U'Cl.U6..Is being |eld In Starke'on Monday night ot 6:30 information leading;;to raptly, said IE\

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CROUPS..AIcohollc, Anonymous and Alanon p.m; Call...."Pegey Register-..M73-J730 for more Information. the arrest and conviction of any person : 'Officert'ark,;M"waa'ehot to death '
meet Monday 8 p.m.closed( meeting, ) and Friday, 8 :; meeting '; or..persons ,connected', to'the
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MELROS9 TOPS..,The weTght ; meet each. Tuetday at ':30 a'.nv,o* f of Thursday around Si to p.mwhile on :
Educational Building Community Church.; Keystone Height. I' 'II* death Wildlife, Officer. Margaret. .
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THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH CHCHR..wlll pr.s.nt their Christmas Cantata, LAKE BUTLIRTOPS.Toka Off Pound Sensibly Club meet each Thursday' 'w.n. c, I." 'fitwistance and: a. radtoert! :
"Born A King" on Sunday, Dec. :30, at 9 p.m. The public I I. Invited. '. Ing at 7:00 p.m.. at UCHS, Lak. further Information call Linda Durham Robert'M. Brantly said 'a; $10:000 Sheriff's ,deputy and i.

WATCHNIGHT SERVICE.:.. Starke Church of God will av. a watchnlght; serviceDec. al 496-33841"J,.... ,< "'r ] ;{,I ,:,, ,1j! ?reward Is being offered Mumigh the' 'were enroute. She hot wash In the st\ 'I to' 'I' l

31 at 9 p.m..Special! singing and refreshment will be served. Wailer R.Montz. .. "' .?'t" 41" i .1 -K Commission; by.tM'Wiltftife-lrIIert: t patrol. car;, ;;
Pastor.INSTALLATION. AEROBIC (LAJS...... re being In lake Butts on Monday and Wedne..-..,. "Reward Association and other: eons; "" :' uni I
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day afternoon at In' ROOft1368 at Union County High School.: Call cerned citizens who wteh to remain .' t r 0=': :.
...bradford Masonic Udge. 35. FAM, Orange Sr1., 5:3opm : ,I of reward ta to ;' '
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{ : Brwitly said that title w M: '8OM _r pmistbi for the ,aes
BOY SCOUT TROOP 513..meet from 7:30 to 9 p. each: Thursday at the Churchof JUDO QAUBS.wtll: ; be held Mo nd Thursday night In Keystone Height* ,r'addltionto610,000i'errerdbeing' of-; ;murder rf a wildMte officer' Md ... .
Jesus Christ of lotter-Doy Saint chapel at 1404 Bessent Rood In Starke. All High School cafeteria?3unlor clots* will be hold. from 6:3O.7:3q p.m.1 senior 'an citben. dadieatod her life to the pcotnvMrn at '
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I boy from .11 ,to 18 are _Icom.a: Call 964-4980 for..more.information. 'classes' from 7:.8:30.: Call' 473-3M4M t .fir'.: :.. >'|through pinella*.. County: Sharif '.0u r1tale's_...Ialzaid zBSOlgatt, ( ',''r; ..."'
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ANYONI INTERESTED IN JOINING CUB SCOUT PACK .1. Mary iIROli "CLASSES. 'and ; (9 30 ,/f .
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from 3:30 to 5 p.m* on .....nt Rood Th.. Church.of Jesus Christ of. Latter. Day WomW Club.Con foil further 'Informatlonv : : '
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7.30 p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville.Women. Interested In tinging,. four Episcopal Church.parish hou*.(;,Twecley '.30' p.m.;'atKeystoneHeights,4'. /,'"' ,. "-. ...... ., ",. a. I
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BCT Staff Writer prisoners at the nearby Department, the.local office of the ,
i The spirit of holiday giving and prisons donated hand-made toys and HRS, and the staff and inmates at \
1. sharing was predominant this year other gifts to needy children,and the Lawtey Correctional Institute. ..< ::1:
I in Bradford,. Clay and Union coun- parking lot at the City Hall In Starke Unseasonably warm weather4 experienced -! i
t I ties as volunteer organizations banded was full Friday morning as ,kids so far this Winter;was ,a f
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I nant. than themselves. ,free hot chocolate, cookies and toys t season say social workers,who
Various church groupe and civic courtesy of the local Kiwanis Club;, add that the improving economy anda
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baskets, and also collected money Id-:
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contributed 43 indviduallyyvyppedpresents : !:
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girls with their ages. This came in
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KH, who's members put in many ":
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while over:,in Lake Butler, churches TV/APPLIANCE RENTALS '
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S;a'nc IntersectionThere variety of icasons: Include: the follow! made tit''arrest Lewis; he"ba niJ>c charge from' Alachua County FUSS, CALL USMike's
ing individuals.. restrained after he kicked the patrol against Robert"$>kt:, ..
/ was only minor injuries in car and bent the door, said the Auto ElectricRadiator
'.two: tender benders at the interscc'Uo Paul Richard McKinley of.Lawley report. ,,' : '-,. \,$'' Owen arrested Irvin Carter. 77, nt Lawtey .
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The first accident occurred before to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. arrested Dec. 21 for resisting arrest to Lt. Tillolson. Bond was set at Service
'$ a.m. when a northbound 1977 Ford Bobby Flanders of Waldo arrestedDec. without violence,' according $105 he was released on. his Own ,
pickup struck a vehicle attempting 23 'for ,disorderl .lntoxlcaJillI\ Patrolman R. D. Akins. Hicks was recognizance.: I 473-7557 .
to cross US-301 (,the red light was was released after a $52.50.Cash released 1 .after .a $525' surety j bond!. .
ii .flashing at the time). Essie Brand, bond was posted, : according: to was posted.. ''., : arrested Nancy Esta Box of 'Orlando was Hwy 21 & Cargo Way Keystone Heights
driver( of the 1980 Ford, of Brooker Patrolman w. C, Reno, : Dec. 22 for driving under Domestic Alternators & Starters
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"i where she was treated and released. .Christopher Thomas.Arrocen@! if was arrested Dec. 23 for consuming wall .09 percent, according to Monday Friday 8.5 Saturday 8.12
t She was charged with violation( of Jacksonville was arrested Dec. ,23 alcohol beverage in public according Trooper B. A. Williams. She was
to to Lt. William Tillotson. Bond released after a $325 cash bond was f
.right. of way, according for grand theft auto and assault
: Patrolman; Greg Nichols. when he attempted to repc SSe68.a was set at $500, he was released. on posted.
Damage to the pickup truck., black Dodge Omni from a local his own recognizance. I I
'driven by Robert Andrew Smith, 16, restaurant parking'lot, according to

of Hampton was 1000. Damage to: Patrolman' Reno He was released Michael Duane Zerba, 20, was arrested .. > C. .. ... .' ... .. . .. .... .. .. ... .. t: ... .. ...... .. .. ,... .. .. ..' ''' '' .... ...f

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was released on a $210 surely bond
later when & southbound Georgia
vehicle red the red light (which as Clark Ray Williams, 50, Clarke
Joyce Marion Bevins, 54, of Starke
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1 :operative), striking a 1984 Chevrolet aggravated assault with a deadly .was arrested Dec. 21 for driving LDHANS.vN
'attempting a left turn onto north weapon and reckless display of a under the influence, according to
US301. D. C, Roberts. Bevins'blood
Chevrolet, weapon according to Lt. .Glen Trooper .
Damage to the 1984
Moore. The warrants were Issued alcohol content was ,24 percent, she
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foe injuries in that accident,according arrested Dec. 21 for driving while In-
., Larry B. Lewis, 22, of Starke.was"
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Recent Arrests criminal mischief and resisting arrest .' Paul Rhoden. Roberts blood alcohol il ill
with 'Violence, according to ''content was .25 percent: Bond was A on
Bradford County Patrolman Clint Blankenship. set at $325, he was released on.,his lw'
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Bradford and Union Counties Protection Team was in Bradford th m. They have
simply problems
for(statistics the first 9 and 1/2 months of 1984 County recently,along with Alachua they can't deal with," she said, TERWILLEGAR
not for the rest of the year are County Officer Friendly Sheryl "They are not crazy, they 'are not
yet readily available) the FawceU, to
educate the educators criminals and they are not sick. The''
Department of Health and about procedures in dealing with are regular with problems" "
Rehabilitative Services (HRS) had abused children and the avenues people
120 cases of physical abuse referred open to them when they encounteran "Grown-ups who abuse children 1 i'. MOTORS
to them. Of the 120 cases, 55 percent abused child in the school system. were often abused themselves as .
were determined to be unfounded,45 Guidance counselors and children. They are usually Isolated,.
percent were found to be indicated, educators from many of the county's they don't have a lot of friends outside
I, 13 percent went to court,' 21 percent schools were present at the session.It the home whom they can talk to
were repeaters,and in 3 percent of is now a state law in Florida that They usually have a poor self. ,
the cases, the child was placed in a you, must report suspected In- concept, when,they feel bad, about, ; HAPPY NEW YEAR I
foster home. says
cHrnces of child abuse to HRS. themselves they take it out on other
Of 30 reported cases of sexual Since teachers! and guidance people. They usually have bad
abuse, 10 percent were unfounded, counselors see more of children than tempers and poor impulse control" with '
90 percent were indicated, 18 per. almost anyone, a great deal of the meaning they act on sudden Im- "" E
.:'cent went to court and in 10 percent responsibility to report falls on pulses and find it hard,to,take the this
of the cases the children were sent to them, time to think through their actions EI
foster' homes. There were no The CAPP sponsored session was before they do something; r I
: repeaters. aimed at helping' guidance
'r 1 Of 50 cases of emotional abuse, 95 counselors in particular to know how Cameon said that this poor impulse 1985
percent were indicated 5 percent to deal with cases of suspected child control could be corrected: t
were. unfounded,5 I) percent went to abuse that are referred to them by through classes in behavior
1'court. No children were sent to teachers. modification, people can'be taught ,.,
f foster homes and none of the cases "The hardest thing Is to build a to think through things before doing '; .. ; TMnrTTi "
(,involved repeaters. Of 350 cases of rapor with the child,' said Cameon, something; "they' can learn to -
neglect. 50 percent were determined "You must develop a trust before discipline their, children' ,when: the Ii
'.to be unfounded, 50 percent were In- you can begin to explore what goes discipline 1 IS not.connected, tq,angeror ,
dicated, percent went to court, 2 on In the child's family life" frustration."
:, percent of the children were sent to The guidance counselors,present Cameon told the counselors that
I foster homes and 9 percent of the discussed the different, ,ways they one of the most important things, '1'I\
r ; Altogether HRS had 813 cases Involving abuse, but cases where a problem at for the child to talk to,since an abused i
u'" abuse, neglect, deliquency home is impairing a child s ability In' child often feels trapped by the ,. ,. ,. ,,
7 I( and. other child-related offenses. school. One said she usually started situation and feels that he/she has I.f I.
". :' Many agencies have been formed out talking about something else, .no. one to talk to. -
I 1));; in recognition of the nationwide problem like grades, to put the child at ease. i iFLORIDA f ,:
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.. the Child Abuse Prevention Project has developed, the conversation can ,f ',.
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preventing child abuse, unlike HRS FawceU told the counselors that, it '
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( abuse which has already occurred. suspected abuse, the child ,is told Starke 9645451NOW I ... : ,:> : :' .
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,,of Florida that have CAPP programs someone else. "Never lie to them. SHOWING
,' started. CAPP is a organization Tell them who HRS Is. It's hard to 1 1'j[ R1OO:11al.o: Styleside Pickup
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CAPP assists the Child Protection because the parent (or guardian. ':i Trim! Explorer Tu-Tone" Explorer Exterior Plaques Mirrors bright' low ;
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II" : NewSuperintendentatUCI ApPQj.nted" I

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I A new Union Correctional Inslituttaeuperlntcndont state's largest prison near Raiford. received his AA degree I from Lake nant at the prison in May of 1971. he
) was named last Barton takes charge of the prison, City Community College in 1972 anda I left FSP in November 1974 to
i 11 Mrfcek by Department of Corrections which houses 2,400Inmates, beginning bachelor's degree in education become chief correctional officer at' at Greyhound.
.| Secretary: Louie L. Wainwright Dec. 28, according to spokesman from the University of South Florida DeSoto Correctional Institution and
David Skipper. Barton replaces .In JP77. lie started his career with returned to FSP with his promotionto
) "' Thomas Lee Barton, assistanti long-time Superintendent Raymond chief of security there in May of
I < superintendent for operations at Massey who retired in November. the prison system as a correctional 1978. He has served as assistant Reduced FaresFares
,. ,;?) Florida State Prison near Starke, officer at FSP in 1961. He was promoted superintendent for operations at
I .,.,, was named to the post at UCI the Rarton.48., Mac lenny nafivc. to sergeant in 1965 and'lieute-! FSP since September 1982. Between All Greyhound Points i<
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Register Jr., of Starke. operated by the Southern Bap-
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wishes to thank everyone who !New 'Orleans Baptist Theological credited.
assisted them during their recent Seminary is the fourth largest accredited Register's home church Is the
loss. Special thanks to the Nail family theological seminary in the First Baptist Church in Starke. He 964-6090
''' Archie Tanner and staff, and world. Throughout its 67-year holds a bachelors of arts degree
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food, and flowers during the recent .
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illness and death of our loved one, 'ter.Charts. .
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Ed Joseph May, Lawtey,
died Saturday afternoon, Dec. 22, In,, 2ND '' ',
North Florida Regional Hospital
Gainesville following a long illness. : WEEKENDIN
Born in Mayo Mr. May moved 40 to FEB. S ST. JOHNS RIVER
Lawtey from Kentucky over
He served in the Merchant -
ago.
I years Marines and had retired from YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO HELP COMMUNITY COLLEGETERM
of
I the State of Florida's Department
Surplus as a security officer. He II EVENING SCHEDULE 1984-85
I was also a member of the Lawtey SANTA FE '. ,

Church of God.Survivors (A State supported community college serving Clay, Putnam and St Johns Counties
Starke CenterClean
I Include his wife, Mrs. KUGNEITY g :

Lisa daughters Slone Mrs.May of Mildred Lawtey Lee; live of Classes Begin: January 7,1985 Classes End:,April 24,198!

Tampa Mrs Evelyn Houston ofSanford Out Your Attic Now! SECTION COURSE NO.. TITLE CREDIT TIME DAY ROOM
Mrs.June Hall of Madison-
I, vine Ky., Mrs. Betty Starling of PALATKA CAMPUS
Starke, Mrs. Jo Ann Barnes of .
All Donations Tax DeductibleThis
Lawtey; four sons, Homer L.May of 0108 MUN1310W Viking Singers 1 7:00-9:40 M F107FJ07',

New Miami Smyrna Billy Beach May and Don R.E.Richard May of Project Is Your Opportunity To Help Bring 0109 MUN1310X Viking Singers 1 7:00.9:40 M

May, both of Lawtey; two brothers. College Education To All 0110 MUN1310Y Viking Singers 1 7:00.9:40: M: F107.,
Mark May of Tampa and Percy Mayof 0111 MUN1310Z Viking Singers 1 7:00.9:40 M' .F107
Kissimmee; 23 grandchildren and EVERYTHING USABLE 0112 MAN1943 Work Experience I 3. 6:00: -8:50' M BA16
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1 22 great grandchildren. HOW
Funeral services were held at 2 START GLADLY ACCEPTED 0113 MAN2944 Work Experience II : 3 6:00-6:50: M BA18

p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 26, in the 0114 SES2150 Introduction to Word Processing .'. 3 7:00-9:45: W I BE3 .

i DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev: 0115 ACG2001 Principles of Accounting I 3'' 7:00.9:45: : M' BA17"

James Miller conducting the ser- TVs Radios Old) Farm 0116 BUL2111 Business Law I .3 7:00-9:45 M., .,1104 .
vices. Burial was In Crosby Lake "
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Jones Funeral Home of Starke. China 0118 REE1000" Real Estate Principles 4 6:30.8:30 MW' BE5 .
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Ing Born a long in illness Jersey City, N.J., Mrs. Calves Eggs Potatoes Crochet items Paintings. ., 0123TMAH2300'" '' Personnef Managem* t' M T \
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; and Survivors was Catholic include by one faith.son, Frank FOR PICKUPCALL, .964-5278 (Days) 0125 MAN2021 Principles of Management 3 7:00.9:45 TH BA16
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CLASSIFIED AOVERTISINO should be tubmi '57 CHRYSLER 4-dr. Sedan black. Good SEWING MACHINES REPAIREDi All MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL HOMI PARKS Travel
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4 tt.d cond. 1000. Can be seen at Olln's MH makes cleaned, oiled Mobile Homes and for
to the Bradford County and adjusted. space rent. To Open Dec 1$
Sale,. 100. Call 9645606. 10/25
Telegraph office In writing and paid In tfn Hwy. $15. Work guaranteed James Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone U' N.Temple/ Ave.Subscribe. /7cruiilkaz'|
advance unless cr.dlt It already Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and ..68.29129/16 tfn ..
established with this off ic.. BJ LINCOLN 4-door. Signature series, Hwy. 16. Stark. 12/29 tin MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile .. .- --"--.. ..---'I
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like new 16800. loan value, $16,000. .' .. ,
THI .TEUGRAPH STAFF' CANNOT Bl CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Free from Starke city limit. Clean No "
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 82 Jeep Cherokee, with Larado .estimate Handy-Man Fence Co. children or pets. Hwy. U, w Coil, iREALTCECEl1A
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER package, 108004732214. 11/01 tfn Owner Tommy Reddish, 1'64.8559.329tfn 468.132310/7 tfn I
THE TELEPHONE. N7S CHEVELLEi Good condition, $B5O, or CLEAN MOBILE HOMES tot rent On

Classified deadline U TUESDAY, best offer 9647276.1129 3tchg 12/13 MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call PHONE ***77IERWIIIIGAR
75 MUSTANG lit 4 cylinder speed
Also have for 468.132310/07 tin
NOON, prior to Thursday publication. quilts sale. Assorted
Minimum charge 15 words for$2.75: Runs great, $1200. 9648503. 12/06 tin. lies and designs Betty Hildebrand STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthlyrotes. FOR LIASI41100x 205 N. Temple Starke I
1912 JEEP CHEROKEE larado WOO Ft.
package.Excellent Sq.
964-8122. Palms .
th.n 10 cents for each word thereafter. 6/21 tfnchg Apartment. 3314 N. Temple
........ condition $9600 call WANT TO DRINK Ave. 7/28 tfn IhI. .,Oft PrimeMl
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ON 4732214. 12/13 tfn THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS ROOM FOR RENT BY MONTH W/Swlm- HNOMONtVNttOID.,Frontage PUT US TO WORK I

FCAN (Florida Classified Ad N.twork). 1974 FORD Dump Truck, for tale, WANT TO STOP? mlng pool. Maid Service, linen Include c.n MA..o *Guess where the Who's Who

.For $125 ((25-words), your ad will go Into 1976 5332474.MALIBU 12/20 I 2tchg brake 12/27 steering THAT'S OURS ..1. Restaurant and lounge on .', ....,..' -. go to find out What'.What?
power Alcoholic utilities
56 Florida (dallies and Anonymous premise Included. $300/mo.
newspaper * *
weeklies) for a circulation of 1,000,000 and A/C, $875 782-3110. 12/27 Itchg 964-41S0.964-M94-944-S434 Free parking, Econo Lodge of Stark.
,reader Make that for 1976 DATSUN long Bed Pickup auto. ALANOtt 9647600. 5/03 tfn NOBODV DOES IT BETTER We are proud to offer
you...Sell the FCAN man.y'work Call trans., $1200, 7823110. 12/27 Itchg FAMILY GROUP NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 N.,196514'Wide:9 BftMH. luxurious home across from Storks Golf A Country

964.6305, ask for Sylvia Today.way. 1979 CHEV. IMPALA Station Wagon, ,"-6219 4 i BA opt. For more Information call lake Fwmtohed, Many Club. Privacy, gracious Florida living available/
DON'T DELAY-CALL TODAY) $950. 7823110. 12/27 Itchg pd thru B/U Butler Apt. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity Extras. this 3 BR, 2V4 BA brick home. An uncommon conceptof
1971 GRAN PRIX Pontiac power steering BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SERVICES Septic Housing. 6/7 tfnchg No Down PaymentTo living superb condition.", .

HOMES FOR SALE brakes A/C, good paint and Interior tank pump-out grease traps, drain. ,LOG SPLITTER For rent, by day( or hour. Qualified Buyer REAL ESTATE INVESTORS]We have just listed seven
runs good $1975, 782-3110. lines retold. Residential and commer Call 964-6974.11/29 tin Take over pmt. ei '((7)) excellent rentals. Five duplexes and 2 homes.
12/20 Itchg cial. Fully licensed. Reasonable. MOBILE HOME-KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 $189' mo. Coll tar) tor All are rented and have positive cash flow.
WI JEEPS, CARS, TRUCKS $100: now 9648121. 10/18 tfn BR, from Lake detail,
BUY
First and Second Existing Mortgages across Geneva$155 per THI BEST THERE ISi Distinctive living In enjoyable
and also originate home equity available In your area. Call WE DO ALL TYPES OP HOME REPAIRS month. Furnished or unfurnished 473-7937 surroundings. Beautifully built white brick 4. BR, 3
1.619.569.0241 for 24 hrs.
loans. Call Liz Langl.y at 964-5010. directory. Roofing, gutters, painting and some 4737560. Bill 9/27 tfn BA with swimming pool. Designed with the family In,
8/09 tfn 2/203tpd 1/03 electrical and plumbing. Call Charlesfor TRAILER SPACES AVAILABLE Under new TAKE OVER
mind. block
PMTS Only a away from golf tennis.;
1956 CHEV.TRUCKS Iv condition.Will .
BY OWNER Quiet, close, conv.nl.nt. trade for running 650 CC free estimates. ((904)) 7823332.. management (Bradford Motel). Call 1985 BR 60x14 Mobile THE RIGHT MAN IS THE ONE WHO SIEZES THE MOMENTI.
Spacious 4 BR. 2 BA. lots of motorcycle or 11/22 tin 964.5332 for Information. 9/27.lfn
storage.
Home N.w lot .
appliancesfurnished. "Pinesong"37 bldg, w/paved road.
above, 9644604. 12/27 tin
Chalnllnk, carport, workshop. Pecans. chg WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE 3 BR BLOCK HOME CA/Heat. Stove, .
Extras 600 from 'limit terms
198 FASTBACK GT MUSTANG Needs Many Approx. city Except byown.r.
I.96 HOLIDAYS* Flat refrigerator furnished. $380
Good $20
acr.. gardening. Down rate $35. Have, per mo. .
paym.nt. Assumable restoring will consider trod., or $1350 reference, will travel. Faya 4962980. Call 9645606. 10/25 Hn
964.5610.8/30 tfn mortgage. cash. Call 964.4099 after 5 p.m. 12/27 12/06 tin TWO HOUSES FOR RENT 3 BR. 2. BA. No Down PaymentTo WE HAVE YOUR HOME READYiAdoroble 3 BR, 2 BA

MB $.WATER STREET: By owner. 2 BR, CB Itpd ENNIS ft SONS ROOFING 533-2129. Completely remodeled. Stark. area. Qualified Buyers brick In quiet'neighborhood.' Best section -'on a
home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn 12/13 4tpd 1/2 '4737832. 11/01 Hn Assume pmt. of $169" well-land.capd acre. Owner being 'transferred.

LOG HOMES Ov.r 40 rustic models to MOBILE HOMES DONATION for needy family 57 yr. oldwoman 2 BR, 2 IA MOBILE HOME Keystone mo Call Earl for Must reel
Choose from. S.nd for FREE FOR SALE and her 16 yr. old daughter lost Height area. 4737832. 11/01 Hn details, SO CHIC.SO CHEAP-$3B.SOOiln' country 3 BR, 1 BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES. all their belongings In Missouri FURNISHED ONE BEDROOM DUPLEX 473-7237 with CH&A. Fireplace, deck patio on one acre

Rout. on., box 84CF Moss Tennesse Towels, dishes, pillows and furniture,. Part of utilities furnished. No.children with circular drive.,
38575. ((615)258-3648.) Itpd 12/27 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy. etc. Donations will be conducted by no pets. 964-5464. 11/22 Hn SECLUDED t CHARMINGtUnlque: hideaway home
301 N. Starke. Come see D.. Ramon Mrs. Kelley, 9645092. 12/201tchg 2 ROOM. FURNISHED EFFICIENCY In ''Trampolfnes Only 6 yes old. 2-story, S BR, 3V4 BA. CH&A,
BUSINESS for the bargains 964-4414 or 9644778. GLENN NETTLES and Arthur Master Lowtey. Call 7823458. 11/22 Hn Separate office ; In city, on 7 oc. Reduced. 89900.
4/26 tinMOBILE Construction Remodeling addition 2 BR MOBILE HOME On Kingsley Lake, HAMPTON LAKEiRedwood ft brick 3 BR, 2 BA.
OPPORTUNITIESFARMERBUSINESSMANi HOME FOR SALES Keystone roofing free estimates, 964.5882 day Heat ft AC. No pets.533-3366.12/06 Hn Direct' ; Fireplace, scrn'd porch with 75' on lake.
Heights. 2 BR across from Lake 964-4009 night. 12/271tchg 3 BR, 2 IA CB HOME On. block from Factory. TERMS OF 1JX POSSIBLEilA occleared w/approx.
Op.n .steel. Geneva. $89.00 per month, $100 down. GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows) Southslde School. $350 mo. 964.5423. or -Lay A Way ,now for, 700'on Hwy 301 S. Inc.2 deep well,3 septic tanks, 2
Must remain on lot for five etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 964-6231 12/06Hn Christmas,.
building dealership high potential profits years. MH. Butler Bldg. Stocked pond ( creek
4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn 964-6078. Orders also taken In Lak. '
avallabl., part-time or full time In $25 Down COMMERCIAL PROPERTY DELUXE 219 HwV
your area. To apply call Wedgcor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. 2 bedroom unit, Butler 496-3079, and Keystone. HELP WANTEDFEMALE Bft.x: 12 ft. $235 SOIiBldg. approx. 180O so., ft. located In head of
$ISO mo., furnished. Purchase option. Heights, 473.4973.2/26 tin
303.759.3200 ext. 2407. Itpd 12/20 '13ft. Round$29* Starke, Only $67,500. ,
Bill 4737560. .
COMPANIONSHIP MAKE A SPLASH ,
WANTED: ON THI BEACHtLake Brooklyn -
LAND FOR SALE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit, FOR RENT Whit., furnished expenses, and have a Over 100 fll) on water by 393' deep with small' cot.
$50 down. of $59 $99
Payments or Interesting context, write M: Solowy 7571999 757 9412 tage. $37.000.

3/7 month.lltpd In park call 4737560. 12/27 4 BEDROOM,. 1% bath, living and family 4rooms 134 E. Backlngham. Circle, Chariottevllle. 7$2 5385 lake City -15 ACRES Only$,35,000:10: Ac. Imp pasture, 5 Ac.
ONE ACRE LOT facing Road.
Forsythe VA, 22903. 12/13 3tpd 12/27 .
Inc. lake w/fl.h. .
3000. $300 down $75 mo. Call ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment. fireplace, V4 acre, $400 month"and '
s 9645606. 10/4 tfn per With lights and how water Included, $200 damage deposit. 964-8417 or GOVERNMENT JOBS $15.000 'THE ONLY THING BETTER THAN OUR LOCATION IS

1.7 ACRES off Brook.r Road (CR 227)). $160 month. $75 security deposit.' No 3783466. 12/13 3tpd I portunities.$50,000/year possible.Guaranteed Immediate, call op Shop& Compare!! THE .PRICE Spacious brick With large' great foam
ROOMS fireplace, double Builder will finish to cult
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3 ROOMS and f urnlsi' .da4.4portm.nt > ,-OoyWoek -Month .U 4tpd.j Sputa") 1n.uruncP (oMrddlat45otttoy your taste or you can finish at reduced price. Five
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9645606. 10/4 tfn" LARGE t\.i! ,... ,, ::1/3, I' X ,v ,"'..- a *.*..<. yUuo'ji
14V* 'ACRES off Fbrsyihe'Hood.: >,,1)4) $ISO pfysVS! <)}$>.LIB. W i no I" 'MAGNOLIA HOTEL. "j-lj>.nvA; a;.AIRLlN I I "'fOQ": fbRINQ1' rtrvotlonl\L 10. Parlt'oK' ; 1U 1dkvM4rd11JAA 1|
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o.r ocr. Has a large pond. $2,000 pets. 964-8071. 12/27rJltpo7'F. '1' a.n rr "Across from Storke P.O.' stewardesses and ground crew post. ',\ ; tgw.fr...mo homo- l ROAMI ]
I down $200 p.r mo. Call 964.5606.10/4 I 1,2 BR FURNISHED HOUSE No children no tlon avallabl. Call l-(619)-569-6315(( ) Iwrll pcil 'dc.tI for 1 lokoYeaon 3Vi Ac. wlfWBft; 3 &A?>'i05.tt?
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tfn pets. $300 month, plus $ISO sec. dep. for details. 24 hrs. 12/13 3tpd 12/27 nubile! homos -ARE YOU IMAGINATIVETiA form home with opprox. -
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Fire Lane No. 45, Klngsley Lake. WANTED SECRETARY-OFFICE 49 AI!. on Hwy 229. U9ooowith assum.: mtg..
dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile 'COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 533.2789. 11/08 tfn MANAGER: For Flea Market and Farm *, Call for Quote *, I INVEST, NOW -Commercial Oak Plaza on Hwy 301

home. cabin or camping. $4950 ea. RENTLEASEFOR COPIER FOR RENT For $75 a month Equipment Sales, dependable, orgalnz- Olln's Mobile |lust South' of city 11m.....,13 lots avallabl..
make
all the
w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. hunting copies you want or need. J* ed person must enjoy working withpeople I .50'55**
i and fishing. Owner. ((904)) 236-4579 or No running around town at all hours of I, position Include rentals, Home' Sales IVSMNOSU
6299649. 12/067tchg 1/17 SALE, LEAS OR TRADE 7500 Sq. Ft. the day or night, or on weekends. Call \: clerical VMM OUT\AW..N78 MU OOOO M4TMSJOHNOnnMSSSIIII
receptionist general accounts
LOTS ACREAGE 20 percent down. 2-story masonry building at corner of THE OFFICE SHOP. 964-5764 for more i 11'. receivable, payroll, etc. Thursday thru Elaine M. Olin, Agent ,TOMMY CMM'AIN NOAH MAXIMS C1A.1I.71.SOOTH 4W-1M7

balance In five years, financing by East Call ft Thompson St. One block Information. t Monday work week, for appointment ..964-5605 j' NOvewA11DN4. .f.sm "..000OA.N4M'1DAY.ooooe .
owners, 9646853. 12/1 3 rfo. from City Hall. Make an offer ((904)) FURNISHED_ h 2 BR DU..UX.1I6 N. Myrtle \* r..11|.. .JAB.oil" "* 1 9./on i'.i.M '?,/7. M4-UT
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3566849. Clyde W. Simpson 1119 St. 265mo.: $150 dep. Phone 964-8944 ?.HAIR. Smisfs ((3)) NcibIbr For new'
Barnett Bank Building, Jacksonville. FL days. 12/20 tfn ,f salon opening Jan. 2. Must have Steve -1
WANTEDAXLES. 32202. 10/25 tfn FEMALE Share 4 BR, 2 BA DBL Wide; Broadway
Florida License HAIRPLANES
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENTS US bricked MH on private property on SR f 961.1615,12/20 2tcha 12/77. TREE SERVICE i Subscribe Today
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ft TIRES Two axles and four tlr... 301 South, near Steak House, completion 16 W. Child OK. $100 mth. ft 4. 1 BRADFORD COUNTY
I'' Highest price paid Green's Welding date expected Feb. 1985. Call 964.7907 after 10 a.m. 2tchg 12/20 Want Ads'' Get Results Removal I TELEGRAPH
Shop. 301 South, Stark., FL. 9645007. 964-8944 days. 12/20 IfnSubscribe' 2 BR MOBILE HOME on KlnBsley Lake, r Trim .
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y 11/03 tfnchg h.at. AC. no pet*.533-2366.12/13 tin 964-6305
( WANT TO BUY TIMBER Pulpwood or MOBILE HOME Excellent condition G Slump Removal I

i logs. Cypress, hardwood or pin:. Call private setting off Grlffl Loop, call ,I, KireutMxl j
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) .- '964-8309 or 9645981. 12/27 4tchg 1/17 Call In Starke Montez: 964-5028 12/27 or 468-3374. 12/20 2tchg M&G Free Estimate t -

I ....... Tile Company, 473.4732 PIU I"g..Sppli
MISCELLANEOUSCLOTHES 964.6305 s I IFrom
Licensed & Insured(| ,\
After ,
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Lake '
Butler: '
Free Estimates ,
LINE CONSIGNMENT SHOP VOGUE MFG. ,
Call Vlckl 496-3261 /Ceramic Tile Keystone Heights
Now Open. Now accepting con I
.,,". Must be In excellent condi, Keystone Heights/ : Is accepting applications for sewing .New or Licensed & Insured Durrarice

tion. Call 964-4515, ask for H.I.n. 473-2210 machine op.ratorl.Experlenc. helpful' Remodeled30Yrs.
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12/27 Ifn .. Pump
but not necessary. Apply 7:30 m. to Experience VACUUMSALE j -, .

GAINESVILLE SUN 4:00 p.m., startIng January 2. 19U. ; 964-8333 Supply'o: ,(:- .


DISTRICT CIRCULATION MANAGER Vogue Mfg. 1\1"\ NEW & USED'I U.S.: 301' N.-161 N. rem,.. '
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710 S. Water Street It. ,Fterlde
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The Gainesville Sun Is now accepting applications for a -time Janet M. .

: District Circulation Sales Manager for the Bradford Clay Union Starke, FL \a .
KOYALSKUKKKAS '
County circulation areas. W. are looking for a goal-oriented Individual StarlingRealtor Drill Wells

who is able to motivate and deal effectively with people. FLORI LAND )>>1r HUUVEKSELECTKOLUX I: 2f.to.,"-Stal. Uc.ns.arrraua.a t
include recruitment and of '
Responsibilities supervision, training wuiwmwuiuuvuMHWB
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2'/4-10 Ace $2,000 per .
adult motor route carriers monitoring sales collections, and REALTY W. FILTER -- -
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SALE .
FOR
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delivery service Salary,,, bonus plan, benefits transportation pro PVC 2.500.. ItS ccMiniStorage
vided. Applications being accepted 'at Gainesville Sun 408 South I! 964.7700 ,a2O Ae.i; Cov'd In pin.so ... COMMERCIAL.We !

Walnut. Stark., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. No calls. 393 Vernle N. Temple P,OdomBrokerGRI Ave. '/-PIPe Ac. $50,000.eSTATELY rVpair'all makes i i .,
10' ft.5) _
OLDER HOME : ,
T Wood Panelling 3 BR; 2 BA $49.000. Al I Young's, : Hwy 30!"$'ou'thStofke'oish. ; SELF=

'. anted to HireWriterPhotographer FOR RENT: 4'r Sheet, :, ';REMOTE:2 BR, QUIET 2 BA. S37V60 SETTING -..; .Since 1957 '; ". MI. S. ..>.,It.,,n9c.nM, STORAGE:SERVICE

1st ft Last Mo. Rent &?$'' : al" AC.:, '1.750per" u,.- ,964.6918 ''...Ia'
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ft Depo.ltNew : BR BA ,964.6020 ASSOCIATION
Elec. Supplies -3 2 : Country. :
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For Th. Union : 3 BR In Country. MH Poles a' $25,500. 3 Mlles north' of, ImtiHKfaMMMimti .
County Times -3 $,);., '.. I ,.
TrailersHamptonGOOD :
4 Lake Butler Florida'APPLICANTS Supplies Jf" 'FEED STORE $4SOOOt
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INVESTMENTS: | ; ',. '" '. .
STORE
Security lIg st. LIQUOR
MUST -3 BR Owner g
In Country. Windows door AND LOUNGE .
; .Be able to write .Talk with people easily financing. ,-SERVICE STATION. ;:

...Intelligent and willing to learn. Good Location ,for Of. 250' Roll I i33la,000 Carpet ( :95' SU atelyetd
flc.. 1,000 ft. J2.2wGround$19"'I1 '
Building
aq. $29,000:. HaH14 Is '
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. Could easily i be two of. J Pov'ct Irontafle. ,Cleaning : :'

Hours Variable Salary Negotiable Ike*.'each with separate ..... ) ; ,AvMabto

Contact Marcia Goodge at the Times" office 150 W, Main Street entrance ft. less than $20 I Ielullding '" .? :"((904))782-3931 I ;,(Deep 8e!' Extracton 1 II ANsi ,Avertable)) 'I ,

lake Butler, or call 496-2241, Mon., Tu.s., & Fri. 9a.m.: -.c:30: .p.", j Iq.. .. 3 different with lots of Hwy 3011*,..I rfce'Komef." (I' M". P.O.331 S.Drawer.lawteyth M ,Whote House Special (UV;, n.AU3er.'; ),.. i 98

Thurs. 9 a.m. 12 noon. stores 95

Owner will hold mortgage Carpet Dyed (ox 12)) . . \
to "U" '. ??,\,. ?,. ... .
qualified
-24 ac. 3 BR buyer, 3,BA house.. .... set Furniture Cleaned (sat. fa* 4 85
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Approx.,5 yes. old. 'Ha ;(I'Are AMon TopIO : )) I" ,"', . ,

. Subscribe' PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS nursery for pigs, concrete 144isar4e fsfot'DfIQI,1ted.Don! 't Pay"" ,. I.

Today I pens, has been, used a* Dirty'Chimn' -i '
hog farm, Also A' Cause y ,' itchlimney Serving Bradford .A Union Ce, and syrreynMng areas

{ la..utler. : ;. -TERMSrM1V4 .HeatLo.r .. Florid' Carpet '' Cleaning &Dye Co.
, Vlcfcl AC, late, zoned .5mok..11N d Rooms. :
Call ,
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496-270 r
Ji 1.2 3 doom. Apt., Ac.. 301 So. 4W rood hotecf'yatte home _SIGNAl.SERV '
frontage. E D..
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From !H'' to S297M 111 Ac. Good hunting' wBhiss. hi lid w1M .
i.yt/orl.Hgt./ woods,Graham With A 'ffiwniwr: cNlnfsg rHVIIIt" 11 wall_.fmRRW0. ......
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47,-nl' 213 Bedrooms AvaHabl! Now r 198 Ac.Front SR 18,Wartfilngton :Sah .lik" I lit and.IEEU. pats MrisWe 6f15r_ In ammarc1N..hetI. '

Spg*>., Union Co. "'..BIII.Sea :._ Senior Citizen DlscOl./nt',. No MileaQe Cam! Fn.Adult s ,
r' Jterfce IBM'W. Mad: .: 114 Ac. Front Co. Rd.19, sweep, : ,Cal '
.on .' l-' 964-4997 Lail" .
ft Co. Rd.
Caf/Monte/ 238. Washington '. Clle5O1 :, ,, .
1 944-M05. ==: ..... ,M4-M12 Spring;Union Co/ I A .*. *M. Co* (MM) 7U-1MM'.' II .

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Keystone ': Heights Ads.. MISCELLANEOUS. "r'Vnion County Ads FOR RENT \J'

'" j PAC "AT- Buy, Sell and trod. Used furniture .. C.O.'t, OUT OF TOWNS Save up/V

FOR RENT' I'- ; appliance, householdItems,,:, '.. ',\ INSURANCE PERSONAL'SERVICES $80 13.000 miles'a year I PINESQUALIfY (
PERSONAL SERVICES collectable, glassware, old (ewerly, LIVING. Laundry Pork,
tool, etc. 473-2183 tfnchg 7/26 Recreation Car Pools, FRIENDLY AT.
KIYTONIHEIGHTSRIALIYRIALTOR CARPENTER I MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. WORK WANTED Bookkeeping accounts MOSPHERE. Reasonable. Sr 121 take '
WORK ftomodellng work FOR SALE lake Avenue, Lake Butler 196.3978.omplete payable, account receivable, Butler 496-2366. ufn 12/13
Rental Property Available kitchen cabinets and trim ,
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carpentry. : Insurance Service TFN. 13 ,
MOMLI HOME PARK! LOT wafer and Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 after ,* SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC 11 strictly years confidential.experience, All Reasonable work done -HOMES FOR SALENICE

yard cars provided. Older couple! 5:30 p.m. 1/9 tfncng pipe and fining Water softener t REAl ESTATE rate. Call .496-3279.: l"ChaSubscribe'
preferred. $65 CARPET AND VtNYlt :
per month. Repair and In'
'Bryan Ace Hardware) ? ?
Keystone
SEMINOLE RIDGE 4M 1'ABA screened slollotlon. Free ..tlmat. Ten yearsexperience. 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg Hgts. : HOME Close to town 3 bdrmT

porch, newly painted woodstove, Executive Call 473-4217: and ok for AMWAY PRODUCTS, Call to place your LOOKING. FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OFPROPERTY storage building 2 acres, real
.home $400 per mo. Craig. 5/17/fnch9 order. Nutrillte Vitamins, Need extra ? If I don't have It, I'll find bargain $2t.000, Phone 4962826."pet .

HWY it LAKE BROOKLYN 3 bedroom 1 HANDYMAN All kind of home repair, Income? Call us for details.- i. .It Just ask. JANE S, USHER '12/27. '' '. ,
both. C.I. home, $278 per month mobllehotne repair and 'fix-up needs. 4733671.510 tfnchg'' ', .::;.REALTOR. 496-2126': or 496-2903 ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTlIIALTY. No |lob'' too small. Minor plumbing eves, "your Union County R.oltor" ,
HAMMOND ORGAN With
rhythm sec- 8/04 tfn Starke Auto Sales Ini
Realtor 473-4961 repair*. Cleaning service. Light haul tlon. plus organ mutlc$995. ,Call ;..
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MATURE CHRISTIAN COUPLE to rent 2 ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or _Ing. 473-2210 weekday or 4/3-4648 "* ,

bedroom 1 bath secluded mobile 5/17 tfnchg. weekend* for appointment see. tfn''. : ,; PERSONAL SERVICES We Finance Our Own
home. $175 per month and $175 NEED A PHOTOGRAPH to record SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26,2V4 miles ',
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deposit. 904-039.2678. "'pclI2I13-1/3 special moment? Weddings, pant.., ...t.of Melrose. Ataleas, 3 for. $1. $SIIml DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK 'f' '
OATORBONE LAKI 2 BR, air. got heat banquets, portrait. Call Craig'! .at .12/20 HnchgHOUSES '\pockage deal; 2" or 4'' wells, water 'Regardless of Credit'

wood Move, 34x24 great room, largo. 473-3543. Jtpd 12/20-12/27 pumps, new Installation of septic d. '
porch on 3/4 acre*. $3.4S'ptlr month. NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE* Call FOR SALE tanks, drain fields and lift stations
First, last and deposit. I-629-3087: Chuck Satterwhlte, State Form Insurance 'Mobile home poles available., All NO ,INTEREST RATE ,-O--;

12/13 tfnchg. Lawrence Blvd., Keystone LOG HOMES work guaranteed call Tommy Do,.
NO KITCHEN | BR, 1 BA, on Gatorbone! Height 473.7272.7/19 tfn choose from.- Ov.r 40 S.nd rustic for models FREE to man 2752151. UFN 9/1 Specialize in Cars &. Trucks

Lake. $95 per month. 694-3067. 12/27- NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE Call Chuck BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES 1 NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal

LAKE MOOKLINi 2 BR. 1 .both CM/A Satterwhlte. State Farm Insurance, Rout.One Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee' and pruning. Also firewood oak and

w/w carpet refrigerator itove. $275 Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, 38575. ((615)) 2583648. It FCAN .: I pine for sale Call Thomas Nettles South US 301 o Starke 964-6832
and tec. dep. 964.5663 496-3823. ufn! 12/71
12/20 2tpd'. .73-7272.7/19 tin .
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., ; PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete
town' care and maintenance. LAKE REGION MONITOR Starke Ads

HELP WANTED Commercial' -residential./ Fr. 4732210Subscribe

estimate*. 475-2197 evening Itfn -' ,
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS NEEDED I
Far HELP WANTEDOkUIETARYRICEPTIONISTI
CARLSONHorn I HELP WANTED
Keystone High School and elementary LAND FOR SALE '.'
School,Contact Personnel Clay County .Satellite System. Inc.
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School Board. 473-2011 Ext. 312. Hwy. 100 W-Keytone Heights Full-tim+i SUPERVISOR |> 'Immediate Opeii::
E.O.C.! 2tchg 12/20-12/27 LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake 13500. 'ttW).71.2' I. position to start Immediately. ... Ing. Requires llcenture as a Registered j
SECRETARY RECEPTIONIST- Full-time Owner will finance. $164 per month. Today l ',..d"", of CTiolce parIad.typl.t., sand retume to PO Professional Nurse In accordance with
petition. Start Immediately. Good typo W-4367.. tfncha. 12/6 I Drawer K, Hampton, fl 32044. 12/20 Fl rld 'Statut. 464 or eligible to practice
accordance with Florida
ing skills. Send resume and reference* EXCELLENT 3 pd 1/3 INCOME tar .home ro.A.J.m nursing.ti nyears ._.h.."_..I....._ Code 41...A. .A...44, and *..
to P. O. Drawer K. Hampton Fl 32044. part-time
2tpd 12/20-12/27 EARN EXTRA MONEY assembly work. For Info- call of professional nursing experience '
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; Personnel Office, Department
; 504-641-8003. .t. 9579. 12/20 4tpd
I INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH? Keys ton* Height Area* of Corrections, Reception and
Medical Center P.O. Box 628 Lake;;
TELEPHONE SOLICITOR NEEDED I Applications bra now. bolng ICIkeWfor Classified AdsGef'Resulfs Butler, FL 32054.. .or call Joyce Btddlic at ,

Handl tfoU' I Soil subscription' to The Florida Tlmoi- Tlm.s-Union Morning' Paper Routo. Applicants 496-2222 ext. 147 or'109. An Equal Op. ,

Portabl Building Union from tho comfort of. your own must be able to post a cash portunlty/Afflrmatlv. Action

bond have reliable and ..::':":::.: .. ,Employer Itchg 12/27 .i
U.S. ..11authCURLES 944-MM home./Set your own hours. Bo your own transportation a --- .....-.car.- .: -

CYCLES bo**. No quota to meet., Not a oloriod telephone,. FOR SALE

position, but an excellent commission Call 944-5 Io5 The SJdnS'hcp .

structure. This Is an Ideal l supplemental Income for a
7 Different
Style! 4.3165 1 housewife, retirement couple, teacher:. etc we ivy SNAKES FIREWOOD* Call 964.8268, ask for; Mott.
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.25 Different Color. Call: 96 for detail --sort, 11/29tfn .

u1wLNLULUIuiuliability EXCELLENT PROFITS -r.ooovxusra, -rrlFnn'mlw .....- UPRIGHT! KENMORE' FREEZER One'yr.aiCl. .
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5450 964.7011 '3:30'
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11/29 tin'NEWSPAPER
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR tlcularly described a* a/k/a ANN A. GREEN Personal' PLA14Si Aluminum.

I. L Notices .r BRADFORD COUNTY follow.: Defendants': Representative's Attorney Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great
Legal .
FLORIDA PARCEL Commence. are ..t forth for patching and repairs. :TELEGRAPH
CIVIL CASE < at the intersection of the NOTICE OF SALE below: 'lake Butler* 135 W. Call St. 964-6305'. .

NO.64.459-CA Westerly boundary of All person having CaH Vicki, TWO. WELL USED METAL DISKS $30 ....
NOTICE and Physical j the right-of-way of Stat. Notice Is hereby given claim. 'o, demands 4922 l One department Cash-register. for,
Damage, 'Equlpm.nt IN RE: The Marriage of' : Road 16 and the Northerly that pursuant to a Final against the Estate or.required Keystone Hg,.. sale, $225. THE OFFICE SHOP..110 .W;
NOTICE. h.r.by Float.,., Money ft VERNON MOBLEY' boundary of the right. .Judgement entered off WITHIN THREE .47J22IOSfarke' Call St. 964-5764. '
given that on Monday Securities, and WorkersCampsnsalon Hu.band'and of-way of a county road'and '-. No".mber. 27, 1984. by MONTHS FROM THE : NEWSPRINT IOU ENDS Perfect for pain'

Dec. 31. 1984 at 10:00: Loss experience run thence Wptt. the above styled cause, DATE OF THE FIRST Call Mon'.. ling drawing, covering furniture, kids
o'clock A.M., the under Information on LOUISE MOBLEY, > along sold Northerly' \the undersigned United PUBLICATION ,OF THIS 964-6305 to color on, etc. $3.00 "per roll.''
signed, GATORFREIGHTWAYS these polk)** may be Wife. boundary a distance of States Martha! or any of NOTICE to file with the TELEGRAPH. 135 W. Call St9646305.

INC., picked up OI-the Bradford 531.26 feet to a point, hit duly appointed1 Clerk of the above Courta 385-15 Ac. W/4 BR, 2 BA 2s' CONCORD TRAVEL TRAILER Fifth
will sell at public auction County .Clerk's Of. NOTICE ACTION old point being 881.2 deputies will sell the written statement of Brick home horse''' barn Wheel. $2,995. Call 964.5606.10/25 tfn i;

for -cash at 2175 Commonwealth flee. feet Easterly of the property situate in Brad any claim or demand with stalls, 2 tack room., ROLLS OF HAYiOrder your hay for the
Ave, Gilbert Brown TO: VERNON V. Southwest corner of said ford County Florida they may have, .Each I wash down stall pole born winter and leave It under my barn until
Jacksonville. Fla. one Clark ta the Board MOBLEY. .Residence, $E'/4 of NW'.un described at: claim mutt be .In writing with hayloft, double needed. Roll. of Alicia $25 at bam
lot of lighting equip- 12/20 2tchg 12/27 Unknown. thence North a distance A parcel of land lying and mutt be -In writing I workshop swimming Alicia and Bahla mixed $22.50 at barn.
.m.ntconsign.dtolnt.r. -- YOU ARE HEREBY of 264 feet to an Iron' In the SE'.'. of Section 24, and mutt Indicate the garage and much Argentina Bahia $20 at barn. Hay barn
\ NOTIFIED that an action stake for point of begin*, 6 South basis" of the claim the pool more.Owner .r
matlc, Cope Coral Fla. UNITED STATES DISTRICT Township Range I financed. $139,000. 7 miles North of Starke on,, Rd. 16.
w, and on. lot. of mattresses COURT MIDDLE for Dissolution Mar.. nlng. From point of 22: East Bradford Coun- name and address of the R.modeledhome Delivery available at'.M.ra charge?, ,
I consigned to 'DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. riage and oth.r relief beginning thus descrlb- ty, Florida and; being creditor or his agent or I 384-3 BR. 1 BA 782.3727 or 9646167. 11/15 tin
.., .. Bobby Brock of Bradley, JACK SONVIl' DIVISION has been filed against ed, continue North' a ". : more 'particularly < attorney. an4 L the on 2.81 Ac. more or BUILDING FOR SALE' 12 ft, x 16 ft. C Up. l
I!." ... i"OJl i/ \ yaw.In the fcbovestytedquired distance of 167.04 feet to ,-de_ crlbed at foil nIl.IJOI(I.ipBn ount claimed: ( the.tlolovli lets large barn with loft 1IV.1111..1.d.LrIJL.. 1l1..y.I/O+/ I
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g1 IIfvJr.'M\ ;fA. ttaTJeTUtfme'rtce""* *. rwp" '. 1
R qrwt, .ilarBoDe? "ch"r 4.. ))4 I !'7I'Wf/'I aaar ; .prJPyeinrori. I lily' "onTrorl' :\ *t"' Commenceratt thei SEii t not yet due;; the ;,6YHbY"'burldiHb'' large door;'floor, lighting workbench. I:
under the provisions of UNITED STATES OF to serve a copy of' "West1 a distance' 220 corner of said Section 24, dot.when It will become .$5e,00. $1295, will deliver. Call 777-3733..! .
I Section 4b( ) of Uniform AMERICA Plaintiff your written defenses, ifany feet to an Iron stake;'run Township 6 South. Range due shall be stated. If 12/06 4tchg 12/27

Standard Bill of lading: v* to It on TERENCE M. thence South 162.04 feef 22 East and run. North ,the claim Is contingent or ARGENTINA IAHYA HAYS Highly fond

. ., Gator Frelghtway, Inc.Carrier. BOBBIE J. 'FRANKLIN BROWN, ESQUIRE. Post to an Iron stake; run 37'20" West a distanceof unliquidated the natureof t I tlllzed no rain min. 10 balet. .Also
, f/n/o BOBBIE J. MER Office Drawer 40, th.nc. Cast a distance of 938.44 feet run the uncertainty.. shall ', Wadley Jumbo Quail. J.M. Edwards,.]I
; 4': (2/20 2tchg 12/27 CHANT end SIM Stork. Florida 32091 220 feet to point ofb.glnnlng thence. South 831 and file the original with West distance of 900.16 .secured the ."
....... FRANKLIN .her husband a security PIANO Mendelson, Excellent condition
Of Defanclantl. the Clerk of the above- PARCEL B: Commence feet for, Point of Beginn shall be described. The 838 Temple Ave. good sound. 964-6433. 12/20 2tchg
f IN THE CIRCUIT .1. styled Court on or at Intersection of the ing. From Point of Beginning claimant shall deliver Sterke.FI 32091 12/27

r COURT FOR BRADFORD NOTICE OF SALE before 15 January 1985 Westerly boundary 'of thus described con sufficient copies of the : 13 FOOT TRAILERS Sleeps six $500 One
'l | COUNTY FLORIDA Otherwise a Judgement the right-of-way of State ..\:; South 8310'50" claim to .the ''Clerk to four burner gas range used once, cost;
.;i. 'n:\.? PROBATE DIVISION Notice I I. hereby given half' be entered against Road 16 and the Northerly West .distance, of 200 enable the Clerk to mall STRoOTt: $300 sell for $150.. Apartment size.
I FiI.'umbar84.112.CP' that pursuant to a FinalJudgement you for' the relief requested boundary of the right.of.wo' feet, ''run thence North on. copy >to each Per.sonol ,, 964-4119. 12/27 "pd' .
1'I, Division ((1-3599)) entered on In the Petition. ( of a county road 6'52'OT' West o distance I Representative.All Macs' COLOR TVi $99 and up. Next to Storke''

November, I9B4. by WITNESS my hand and, and run thence West of 214.34 feet to the Persons Interested 964.8931, 473-3096 Truck Stop south of Storke.'964-8213.. ,
t i IN RE: ESTATE OF the above entitled' CourtIn .eat of this Court on the along sold Northerly Southerly'rightofway In the Estate to whom a 11/24 tfn .
.a":"' JOHN GODWIN the above styled 3rd day of December, boundary a distance of line of State Road 16, run copy of this Notice of Administration .
Deceased cause, the undersigned 1984. 531.26 feet to a point thence'North 8307'53" has been ; -- '--- '--:-'

/1, United State Marshal orany GILIERT BROWN said point being 881.2 East along aforesaid mailed are required ERA Tiffin & Owens' Inc.:
r,,., NOTICE' of his duly awthorli- Clerk of the, feel Easterly of the Southerly right-of-way WITHIN THREE MONTHS ,
i R/ OF ADMINISTRATION ed deputies will s.111he Circuit Court ''Southwest Corner of said line a distance of 200 FROM THE DATE OF THE Realtor
"/ .' property situate In Bradford By:lisa Alvares SEVi of NW'/4) run feet run thence South'' j'J I r FIRST PUBLICATION OF \ ,I

The administration oft County. ,,Florida,. .. Deputy Clerk thence North a distance 6'52'07'.' East a. distance THIS NOTICE.,, to tile any Formerly FAULKNER REALTY
'\ the estate of JOHN M described osi, ;1 1' 12/06 4tchg 12/27 of 426.04 feet to an Iron Of 14.5'* feet to Point of objections they' may .I

GODWIN deceased. File lot 6.OENNY : '! "*... '..' stake; run thence West Beginning.;' The property'' 'have that challenges. the J' .
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Number 84-112-CP Is, HEIGHTS. 11'' 220 feet to an Iron stake' being the West one-half qualifications of the Personal 964-5065
",'. pending In the Circuit Commence at trm NW : NOTICE for a point of beginning. of the above description, Representative or 4

Court for Bradford County comer of the SWVi of the OF INTENTION from' point of beginningthus Bradford County Florida the venue or *lurlsdlctlon. LefayeHe,, Across from Wishbone j'22t
't Florida probate DMslon ,SW44 of Section 22 TO REGISTER described continue at public outcry to the of the Court." ....n.Fr1.1.30e.n.te6la >,.... So'utday* ...... )2n00
r the address: of Townhlp South Range, FICTITIOUS NAME West a'distance of 110 highest and best bidder. ALL CLAIMS

;c: which 'Is North T.mpl. 22 East,.Bradford County f..t to o points run for cash at the hour'of DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS INVESTMENT PROPERTIES.
Avenue,' Starke, Florida ,' Florida and run Pursuant to $Section thence'' South' and 12:00 -o'clock Noon on NOT SO FILED' *PRICED TO SELL! 3 BR. 1 BA In town $10.000
,. 32091 The name and .North 89, degree, 40 865.09, Florida. Statute.,,, parallel to the Easterly January 30, 1985. at the WILL BE FOREVER BAR '*COMFORTABLE C/B: 3 BR, 1 BA home on a nice
j, .. addresses 'of the .per. minute East, 60,8 feet notice .I- hereby given boundary of a lot deeded front: door entrance of RED.Dote' coiner lot '
tonal representative and that the undersigned.' In Official Record Book the .Bradford County ; of the first '
to a point.Thence run IMMACULATE:'Spacious older home with largetrees
the ''personal 'r.pr_ T.W. GRIMSLEY ft BEN L.: ,31 ; Page '-468 Public Courthouse at Stork. publication of this Notice'of .
South and
.0 degree ,47, deep shady porches sonroom.
tat" .' ere set DYALS. P.O. Box 456, In. Records of Bradford Florida Dat.d: Administration: Nov.
attorney '
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Wett fenced with barn .
LAWTEY 17 Acres,
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forth below verness. Fla. 32651-0456, County Florida, a December 17. 1984. 1 ,.I984.
, ; to 'O pot?; thence run'NorjN '' A. DO YOU LIKE PEACE QUIET WITH A TOUCH OF.
< All Interested p.rsons joint owner. doing:\ distance of 162.04 feet to 11 Richard L. Co., Jr., WILMA DUNCAN '
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.J deoree40 LUXURY? 2 BA home 6 Ac. Is for yoLocated'.
on
bu.insss'und.r the firm thence East United/ States Marshal Personal Representativeof .
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minute East 2
this court WITHIN THREE ; < name of SANDLIN CORP o distance of 110 feet to Middle District of Florida: the Estate of HARVEY. |lu.t outside Keystone Heights.
/ MONTHS. OF THE FIRST to point.of. North bplnn ngtContlnu. 89 d/b/a SKYLINE HOUSING on Iron stake; tun than<:.. Dorothea Beane' < (tFOWLER. Deceased. WANTED; Have buyer for frame or CB home

r PUBLICATION OF,, ,THIS 1650 N. T.mpl. 'North :162.04 feet ,to, Assistant United States Attorney for Personal, with 5.20 Ac.
NOTICE:. ((1)) all claims degree'55 ,feet 40 minut.sEast Ave.. Starke.. FL 32091. point of beginning'has Attorney Attorney Representative: 1300 E.CALL STREET! 3 BR. \% BA. Appro 2.000
to a paint.
against the estate and Intend to register said been filed againstyou For MKi Plaintiff BESSENT MOODY ft, sq ft. Priced at $69,900, L.t'u. show you.this ,
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((2) ,any obectlon| by;'on degree 13U fictitious nam. under the' and you are required 'ft',;: 12/271tchg: 1117 SALZMAN.. By: Wm, A. home.
Interested p.rloOft'on 47 minute j East;thence' aforesaid statute. to serve a copy of your ''I ..t. Bas...,';III. Esquire, 403 *NICE BUILDING LOT; Appro, 1 ...c1 lot out 230 E.
;. whom ,this notice :lwo: feet;'to a point 40 .Doted this 27th day of written daf.n.... If any ". '....- West Georgia Street, *2S ACRE NICE LAND: Paved road frontage, part
South. 89 ,' '
served that' challenge. minute: West decrees 45 feet to December, A.D., In. ,, to It on the Plaintiffs attorney .fir'b) P.O. BON 1056, Stark. 'cultivated part timber,. ,

the validity of the will, a point onthe R/W of Bradford County. whose name and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Florida 32091. ((904) *38 ACRES: Hwy 301 South, Inside City limits. .
the qualification of the ,C1war''" Court. Thence ,,12/27 4lchg 1/17 address It Terence M. OF'FLORIDA.? EIGHTH 96472623728327. 1 ACRE WITH C/54 BR.1 BA house. Hwy 301 N.
Brown,' Tomlin- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 12/27 4tchg 1/17
'personal representative' Southweeterty 63.61 feet Esquire. 107 ACRES: lewtey area. Priced right
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tot son Brown
'. venue, or Jurisdiction. along on ore having < /; '. ''the court." CLAIMS'AND 011: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Stark. Florida 3209T CASE NO. 84-98 CP'Probate
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y, ALL ,bearing'' of, South '43 ,* NEXT TO GATOR FREIGHTWAYSr. 199', frontage
'. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL before 12 Division NOTICE
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED' degrees.'13 minute" ,. 30 IN .AND' or February ", on Hwy 100 with i 'unit office building. :
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED CIRCUIT FOg 1985 'and .'11. the alesIN .
,second Weet. to e rhes '* ORANGE STREET: Handyman Spacial.
.' .BRADFORD COUNTY. 'original' with the Clerk of RE: ESTATE OF''HARVEYFOWLER NOTICE' I I. hereby
Publication .of-r this thence South 0 degree,' FLORIDA.,' this Court either before 'given that "on Monday JEHOVAH WITNESS BUILDING on 'corner Christian .
.7m......* West 91.3 Civil COM'No.a.t.66t. : _aad. January 7 1985 at 10:00: S Pratt. Reduced to$23.000. ,
x servicePlaintiff's at. D. ; ;
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Notice December+asI'flZonP.nonol 2o..1fk.!.!";M b, ', .... to a 0olff of ...0*'.'**' 'I, -v torney'..or' Immediately"i ,,, clock A.M.; me undersigned NICE t SPACIOUS' .ClI,3.IR, 2 BA home. Many
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.1 I.pr."of; mg. All lying In Section' MARY G; FRANKLIN,'; i thereafter, otherwise a1 I ; NOTICE ,, GATORFREIGHTWAYS. .xros.1700 sq. It. '
folly.MARGAREY'e0.> .,I ; :OS. Township 6 ,South ,PlointIffti :; default' will be'entered OF ADMINISTRATION INC.. REDUCED TO $25,000; 2 Ac,. 3 BR. I BA frame; D
REGISTER, 4437.: Arcle? Rang 22 East: Bradford '.... ." again you for the relief *,r will tell at public auction 'Nice garden spot '

Street Orlondpv;>> Florida i County. Florida PEGGY >HELENHAMILTON .. demanded In the con-, TO AU PERSONS HAV. for'' ash at 2173 ,Com ..COUNTRY LIVINGS! Brick' house with, 3 BR. JV.. '
;; of to the .
98806., public. outcry L' ". { ,: plaint or petition. OR 'monweolth, :Avenue, I BA.''Many extras Has 30 Ac. nice land. '. r /
Attorney far' Personal aJINt C Defendant.-- -. WITNESS my hand and DEMANDS AGAINST THE JacksoevilIn.Flotlda) ,*20 ACRES WITH{ PECAN GROW and .pice little. 1, '" .-
i Representative:,, Dudley, wC OOTffl1 *' Of ""i ,. the seal 1 of sold Court on, ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL' one lot ,of| Mat and I ,frame house," '' .
,P..' Hardy. P.O. Drawer 12:GC ,,dada. Noon the'.n .NOTICE 0. ACTION1 December 21GILBERT, 1984. OTHIH \tf PERSONS .INTERESTED Heaters Consigned to *6.9 ACRES'Only"'l1.000. t;:'" .;' "

'1080, $Storke Florida. JJ.: *; _IMS___at J&r PROPERTY S.BXOWI4N IN THE ESTATE: Classic, Orlando Fla., tosarlsfy'freightt >*HWY,'301. SOUTH.: '2 Ac. toned, carnmarclolII. ,
.3589! ?; T.lophof.s.(904)(( ;; Circuit Court YOU ARE HEREBY ; and $23.000.,
.944-570K. the Bradford. County TOt ;PEGGY' HELEN N ,Byi Marian McRoe NOTIFIED that the'' administration tarage charge, under, > 18.3 ACRES with handyman special, house lot*
,12/202tchg 12/27' Courmouse ef .Storke, 'IPlot. HAMILTON. ADDRESS ,' Deputy Clerk:, of the Estate' the provisions.1 Section' road ; < "" $
of paved frontage
inrtt** .... ,UNKNOWN. .I2/21".tchg 1/17 oi" HARVEY FOWLER. 4b( ) of Uniform Standard '
; '*COVE APARTMENTS* rental unit and hau..,
c Bet.diNavnmber $6,. YOU, ARC NOTIFIED Deceased, l I. pending In Bill. of Lading. ,
194. : that ,'i,CI". actton 'to 1 ,. *. tor'' Gator fralghtWGy1nc.; Good term*. ,
,INVITAtlON.TOBMr ; > the Circuit" Court Overlooking beautiful i.
HOME
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:Th. Board oT, Count .U., ........... and Security Agreement "UMtf. CO'STATES! DISTRICT. Flor14*/ Promote- DM-, ',II ife with lovely' guest cottage and' .electric.bootilftJ. I'\): '.

,CommlMtmiert of Bred-' MtMeDtettMefPsiutihe for the foMowlnadeccrib.:' ;, COIMKTV: _MI..JMJIDWiCT'OF ssofi''iihe address,, of,, 9/,1ls4.. "fr' This could be yours.- '. ,':j.
ford County wM ,...,*; ) '.....' .. property in,4rsdbrdl ,' FLORIDA which"l 1.- N," yempis'':; 12/272ich< 1/00. '*WOODED LOT ON SANTA"FE RtVEfL' $ Almost, on', ,.- .,
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::..' ....,. Mu.ry.7J iAtIIlI.IM' .__ Two parcels of (and lyyIn ,Court No. 04-706; :tII; The ..Personal'motive ... \ *HOME CONVENIENTLY LOCATED, 'In-town. Priced .r

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