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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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First district results of a new version provement. We will continue to work
of the State Student AssessmentTest toward each individual school improvement -
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1 grades 3, 5, and 8 about equal to the
I :; state average. Weakest areas in the October

Thus, the students have met a goal testing were:
: .;: established by the Bradford School For third graders to determinethe i
) 'b: Board of being equal to the rest of main idea of a paragraph in

., :." the students in Florida. The SSAT reading
. : tests basic skills of students in 20 different For fifth graders: the meaning,
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: areas each of reading writingand tenses of verbs, such as the present,
arithmetic.The past and future tenses.
local school board and State of For fifth graders: division and

Florida require mastery of 80 per- multiplication problems.kFor
,... cent of the skills in each of the three eighth graders: figuring
decimals and .
areas prior to promotion. The Stateof percents."We
Florida also requires that third need to make a county-wide
graders master 100 percent of the concerted effort, parents, teachers, ,
skills on the test before being pro- and everybody else, to have
multiplication tables learned by the ti
moted to the fourth grade. r
third grade" says Supt. Duncan.
"We are higher in every area," The students must have remedial
t says Supt Jim Duncan. Bradford instruction on each skill they fall to
students are at or above the state master and must be retested on
average in most every area. each skill untilmastery is proven.
Improvement over the Spring of There has already been one
1985 when the 10th graders took the county-wide Curriculum Committee
A Good Start... SAT has been tremendous says meeting to plan for remediation in ,
Supt. Duncan including the numberof grades 5 and 8, says Supt.! Jim Dun j i
From US-301 looking down Call Street in Starke it looks, at first
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students passing the test the first can. The test was taken in October.
glance as if something is going on. There is the 1902 courthouse
time, and with fewer than ever fail- The state also requires a composit!
which after $900,000 renovation, Starke Center for '
a now serves as a
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it ing the test the second go-round. of scores in each school equal to 80
Santa Fe The renovation included the
Community College. purchaseof
Over-all, Supt. Duncan says, he is percent of the skills. Bradford Coun-
the former Lex Green Family property on which now stands a hi
real pleased with the scores. "Of
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new parking I (See : )
course, there is always room for im-
Going eastward on Call Street however one sees vacant buildingswith
deteriorating facades no trees or.shubbery and no street
walkways. Under "pay-as-you-go plan," explained in more detail Writing Math
in the article below, the Downtown Progress Committee of the 3 Reading
Chamber of Commerce Is planning a block-by-block revitalization of
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the remainder of Call Street between US-301 and the railroad and Grade 3

portions of Thompson. Walnut and Court Streets running between County 93 92 93
,. Jefferson and Madison Streets.
: Donations are being asked of downtown property owners State 94 93 90

w businesses, and interested citizens to raise enough money to redo
; one block. A fund has been set up with the City of Starke and the
c first goal of of 50000. The City Commission has agreed to use the Grade 5County

..'t money to purchase equipment and to provide labor for the project. 86 92 86
:: Mrs Lucille Greentin( bottom photo) is shown presenting City
('Jerkell!\; Tucker with a check in excess of $4,000 for the redevelopment State 85 90 86
':.: fund.Opposing.
i factions of the downtown businessmen are now working
f" together to fund the project without a bond issue and the resulting Grade 8County

}. Interest payments. The pay as you go plan advocated by Jerome 89 86
Johns will be used and the same plans already drawn up by an 88
engineer will be followed.( State 88 88 84

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'U"'if A new approach to downtown improvements owners who are being asked to con- out repeatedly by state preservationists still serve a worthwhile purposefor to document applications( for historic
I will be charted during tribute on the basis of what their and was recommended last many years to come. property tax exemption and entry to
the new year on a block-by-block first year assessment would have summer by the Florida Review the National Register.
If Regular Deadlines... "pay as you go" basis rather than been under the original plan. Board for listing in the National Dr. Adams regarded as one of the
Clerk Neil Tucker said last of Historic Places. The historians and
application -
Gratefully, The Telegraph financing by a front-foot assessment City Register most prominent Historic buildings 50 or more
method as originally planned.The week that around $7,000 already has is now being reviewed by historical consultants in Florida and
returns to regular Thursday of are eligible for 25
in the fund. of the National Registerin \ In- years age percent
been is
publication with the Jan. 9, 1986 new plan will have the advan- deposited the Keeper the Southeast personally tax discounts on improvementsmade
The original plan as developedand Washington, D.C. terested in of the older
issue next week, and news and tage of avoiding interest charges some by the owners. Dr. Adams
advertising! submission deadlineswill which would have increased the pro- engineered by Bartholomew( & buildings on Call Street and would this is a real incentive to restor-
back to normal. ject's cost materially over a 20-year Associates of Jacksonville, will be Dr. William Adams, whose firm like to see them put back to use. A ing says old buildings of which are
Deadline go for classified advertising period.It used in the block-by-block procedure Historic Property Associates of survey made by his firm last spring basically sound and many constructed of
,
will be noon Tuesday is the belief of the Downtown and will include streetscap- St.Augustine made a historic provided a detailed history and better and more durable materials
preceding the regular Thursday Progress Committee that the concept ing sidewalk improvements, period survey of Call Street earlier this photographs of every building og than those used today.Dr. .
publication day. Deadline for of downtown beautification and street lighting trees shubbery, and year says Americans are becoming Call Street more than 50 years old!:
display advertising will be 5 p.m. improvement has the unanimous approval other improvements.John increasingly aware of the value of Material from this survey was usedin
each Tuesday unless prior ar of merchants and property Miller will continue as chair- their historic buildings and are put. the application for listing on the Aadams has a continuing in-
rangements are made with The owners in the district although 50 man of the Downtown Progress ting them to work both publicly and National Register. terest in some Call Street buildings,
Telegraph office. percent were opposed to the original Committee.Jerome Johns is servingas privately.He and has indicated he would like to

We at The Telegraph appreciatethe plan of financing.At financial chairman. In the process of making a survey enter into a limited partnership with
cooperation of correspondentswho its December 17 meeting the Ci- believes Americans are Dr. Adams and his associates spend others in order to restore them for
w submitted news items early ty Commission authorized setting upa Worth Saving... revolting against the disruption of many hours pouring over old court uses compatible with plans for
the past two Special Revenue Fund to receive The importance of Starke historic! rapid change that results in wanton records city directories Sanborn revitalizing Starke's. downtown
#> weeks.The Editor deposits from downtown property downtown district has been pointed destruction of ageless buildings that maps, and old newspapers in order district.


., Chamber Needs

t- Award Nominations... X y ..y Starke's Attic. ..

The Awards Committee of the
Starke-Bradford County Chamberis

Humanitarian now accepting and nominations Citizen of the for Antique Shops Fit Theme of Redevelopment

Year Awards.If i- '
you know of someone you feel :
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is deserving of either one or both liy Don Sapp specialize in books while another town, she says. They had been
w" awards write a list of reason in a t Ito tw BCT Staff Writer will be into restoring steamer trunks coming through the area for a
narrative form of why you believe Not waiting for a downtown redevelopment and furniture while another will be number of years going to flea
the person should be considered. V initiative: that may the headquarters for glassware and markets and other places so they
deliver the letter to the i costume jewelry. were familiar with the town.
- Mail or never come, a group of business people -
Chamber office corner of Walnut have decided to give things a try These are not fly-by-night operations The difference between an antiqueand
and Madison Streets in Starke by on their own in downtown Starke. but for the most part people a collectible Is that an antique
Jan. 13. The awards will be During the last year five antique with many years experience in the must be over 100-years old while a
presented at the annual banquet set shops have opened their doors on business of merchandising our coun- collectible doesn't, says Mrs.
Jan. 25. it ly Call Street, hoping to do business try's past. They are taking a chanceon Graves.
in not noted During the early 1960's Mary was
t'I with the contents of America's attic.A succeeding an area
; combination of local people and for its tourist traffic. living in San Francisco while her
Upcoming.The ... they are injecting new Mary Graves' Antiques Granny's first husband was at sea on a Navy
newcomers Attic Call Street Antiques Trash cruise. A friend advised her to buy
Bradford Commission life into an old mercantile area.

County
Antiques and The Old depression glass as an investmentthat
and Treasures
is scheduled to meet the first "I don't really\ know what spurredon
Trunk Antique and Gift Shop have she could get her money out of.
Monday of each month at 9:30: the interest said Mike Cooney. opened their doors for business during "He was a, smart old man," said
of
local chamber
which is Jan. 6. director of the
a.m., h +; the last year. Mrs. Graves of her counselor.
is The Starke City Commission commerce. "Possibly" the change On the corner of Walnut and Call Down Call Street toward the
which meets the first and third coming to Call Street was cited as
Steels, Mary Graves specializes in railroad track is Granny's Attic a
Tuesdays of each month will next possible reason. antique and collectible glassware general line store for the browser
be in session Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 1""t"Ii... U.pp'' The re-development prospectsmay along with costume jewlery. Star- Next door to the railroad track is
be attracting stores to the area
7:30: p.m. her store on Jacksonville's King Starke's only bookstore but don'tcome
ting
would fit into the historic themeof
The Board of Governors of the that month's best
Street in 1978, she and her husband looking for this
Chamber of Commerce is set to Starting a long process... the project Cooney conjectured.The be to came to Starke in the spring of 1985 seller... maybe the best seller of

meet Monday Jan. 9, at 11 30 p.m. It will take Harry Green over 50-hours of work to restore the wooden find their stores own seem niche to In the trying area because they were attracted to the January, 1910. but not January, 1986.
in the board room of the Star'.e trunk that he has started work on In his new venture 'The Old Trunk' on with area.
-.. Center lege. of Santa Fe Community Col! Call Street in Sia rke. without their neighbors.competing One head-on store will "Starke Is an up-and-coming tSc..- Call St. AntlqueS..p.2tg1 \>



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(from page 1A) .. .... to: as the. Commande&n-Chlef, Just 'across the tracks' on the and down the row you'll come across trunks to as near new condition* new venture because he wanted to.
General Robert E. Lee,' by Alex- same side of the street, home-boy one from Mitchell's drug store he can. In his window is one dated "I just wanted to get into it,"
In Call Street Antiques, Bud Alex- ander, while in a.display\ case is a Joe Lee is trying to make his dream made before 1903. 1889 that has been completed. Harry says. "The opportunity arose
ander and Bill McKechnie specializein stack of tin-types of more come true in his Trash and Lee said he has dug most of his Green said it takes him an when we sold the parts house."
paper material: books, sheet anonymous individuals.A Treasures Antiques."I bottles himself from the old.Starke average of 50 hours work to re-do an It seemed to be the consensus
music, magazines and photographs.Need book dealer for more than just decided to give it a try," dumps and that at home he even has average trunk.This includes taking among the store operators on Call
a copy of Harper's Young People 30-years, Alexander comes from the Lee explains as to why he opened up. one from Gaskin's Drug Store, the it apart and putting it back together."I Street that Starke has potential for
from March 21, 1893 or maybe Raleigh, North Carolina area, see- Lee says his wife was glad he finally first drugstore in town. While he hasa try not to put anything new I their kinds of businesses. Added to
March 5, 1895, they have them. ing a potential for a prosperous storein opened-up, so that he would have bottle from Starke's Ideal Bottling don't have to."he said. "I like to be the historic area in which they are
On one wall is a portrait referred the Starke area someplace to keep his stuff. Company, he doesn't have one from as authentic as I can." trying to operate, antiques and collectibles -
Lee has bottles,advertising collec- the Lake Butler Coca Cola Bottling With his reputation spreading, seem to fit in very well.
tibles, some furniture and new Company. Green said he has gotten calls from
crafts in his shop with plans to Next down the string of shops is all over the state from people
specialize in collectibles. long time auto-parts store owner needing or wanting trunks. Along
Several shelves for bottles are fill- Harry Green's newest venture. The with this, he refinishes furniture as THE HEART
4.2k ed with the glass containers with examples Old Trunk Antique and Gift Shoppe.A well.After
of local history. You'll find a specialist among specialists 15-years in the auto-parts
Jax Beer bottle complete with label Green is interested in restoring old business Green Raid he took on the OF THE MATTER

ir good cardiac health Is a matter
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of concern to you. Tel Med has
Invitation to Bid some Information you might like to
hear.Just call 9644896 or 378-0007
and ask for any of these tapes by

County Equipment & Office EquipmentSealed number 23 21 Cigarettes Diet: and heart and disease heart disease

25 Hypertension and blood
pressure
bids for Bradford County Road Department Equipmentand 26 Strokes
27 Health and heart checkups
Vehicles and miscellaneous office machines will be received 28 How to decrease risk of heart

e and the equipment, vehicles and office machines may be 29 Arteriosclerosis attack and high

41ArA)1NEW seen at BRADFORD COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT, 812-B 30 Angina blood pressure pectoris

GRAND STREET STARKE FLORIDA prior to Monday 63 Early warning ol heart attack
65 Chest pains
1 v-irr I January 13,1986 at 10:00: a.m. 72 Heart failure

Te-Med Is a free service broughtto
you by the Auxiliary of Bradford
Gilbert S. Brown
Hospital, IncRING .
May each day of the New Year Clerk to the Board

bring you health and prosperity.We 11II..
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The moment is here to ring out

the old and bring in the new. Very

'" best wishes to our friends.
Another year is beginning..we

hope it's a great one for all our

customers. ERA TIFFIN AND OWENS, REALTORS


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each hour in the New Year ,

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fortune. To all our many friends,
It has been a pleasure to serve this
DRUGS thanks
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: \ Square Dance... Wed., Jan. 1 thru Sun., Jan 5

There is a square dance the first 7:30
Saturday of every month at the weeknights 7:00: Sunday
Kingsley Lake Civic Center.
The next square dance is this H
-", Saturday, Jan. 4. STARKE UNITEDPENTACOSTAL t
5:30 p.m., covered dish supper.
6:30: p.m. workshop.
dance.8 p,m., mainstream square CHURCH

Caller: Ken Perez 204 N, Waters Street Starke

Annual Meeting...

Starke-Bradford The 1985-86 Annual Meeting of the Rev. L.E. Johnson
County Chamberof
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Commerce is set Saturday, Jan.
,::1. ,t. Guest SpeakerRev.
25, at the Starke Golf and Country

a.?.' d. Club. E.R. Hoosier pastor I
The social hour begins at 6:30p ,
,m. Dinner is at 7 p,m. Tickets are
$12 per person, and may be reserv-
Total Loss... ; 1 964-5278.ed by phoning the Chamber office,
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A two-story home belonging to the topic of an address slated to be
Julius DeSue In the Pleasant given by Harris T. Remley, the
Grove section of Bradford Coun- Director of Civic Affairs for np
ty two miles NW of Starke burn- >, t Seaboard System Railroad. n oo ,,,4'
ed to the ground !Monday, Dec, .y Seating at the Country Club is O .\
30, at 12:30 p.m. limited. Call the Chamber of I/
The home was a mobile home reserve tickets early to be assuredof of;:
with extensive additions built a seat.
onto it to turn it Into a stuccoed r w f'r _
two-story dwelling. "bo"'
Nobody was at home and 4 Senior Citizens... Of' Q ': I
there were no injuries In the ? Come join in the activities of
blaze which probably started in c D d
your Senior Center: needlework, ,
the family room area from a 0 ,
macrame, exercises, bingo, etc. ( n. "'
fire in the fireplace, accordingto '
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personnel who fought the fire \ :...
through Friday, 8:30 am. to 4 p.m., 0
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with Bradford County's Quick 4 "
and is located behind the new courthouse *' "
Response Unit 10. e,_ on the corner of Grand and oo S a"ii'
The house was fully engulfedby Georgia Streets. Contact Peggy
flames when firefighters arrived Barnett, center director, 964-4545 r ,
on the scene and was a for more information. c1I II i Good Wishes
total loss. 0Q
Responding units Included
Starke Fire Department, 'o the ahead
Lawtey Correctional Volunteer May days bring to you and

Fire Department, Lawtey r'Y your family a world of peace and an 0

Heilbron Volunteer Springs Fire Department Volunteer Fire b" abundance of happiness. Thanks for c

Department New River your continued confidence.
Volunteer Fire Department and p
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achievement, says Supt. Duncan. rl 'ri.
Remediation by classroom teachers \ thanks to all our
and retesting will determine the '
final extent of mastery, says Supt. \ customers and NORTON TELECOMMUNICATIONSN.
Duncan. And, schools will use the friends
student scores as one measure of Temple Avenue 964-4980
whether or not a student should be
promoted to the next grade level.
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instruction in the middle school next
term reading.It to.have time for instruction in BRING IV17-IE fJEW!

is impossible, Supt. Duncan
says, for an English teacher to have
brand New Year..we hope
It's
time to teach reading, writing, a
grammar, sentence structure, etc. it's filled with happiness for our
in a current 50-minute period.
friends and customers.





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Peace be with you. and customers. LEWIS TIMBER COMPANY


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tA TELEGRAPH January Z, 1986



EDITORIALSChaos The Future : What's in It for Bradford ?




Ahead in '86 Prophecies Made in J 1954 Coming True



Due to Budget Balancing TricksThe

Now that a third of a century has already Mayor J.R. Wainwright noted that
passed since The Telegraph published its Starke's population had tripled in the last
U.S. Government will be sailing into un- were elected to make. Passing this Jot vn w Mr. 75th Anniversary Issue in November 1954, 12 years, and predicted that it would reach
harted seas fraught with unprecedented dangers Reagan,or any President, is simply a case of Congress its time to check up and see how Starke Is the 10,000 mark in 20 years"or sooner". He
,n the early months of 1986. It's easy to wish one abdicating its constitutional responsibility. progressing or defaulting on the predic- listed tourism, forest products, and light

ind all the traditional "Happy New Year", but to Chairman Gray says, "There is no evidence tions made by a number of civic leaders at industry as being keys to this area's
Nish it with any degree of confidence would require whatever that President Reagan's understandingof that time in an article headed, "So What growth. Starke has made notable progress
: an optimism that is hard to muster in the the danger of deficits and the need for additional About the Next 75 Years?" in the field of light industry, and with plans

lace of cold facts. revenues has increased. He will send Con- The "How will for a new industrial park now in the mak-
questions, large Starke be
The latest Wall Street Journal-NBC News poll gress another politically unrealistic and unaccep-- 75 years from nowor even five ten ing, the growth of the town and its appealto
just released on Christmas Eve showed that few table budget next month. We will not get the years? And what will be the future of or Brad- industry should be speeded up. Perhaps

Americans, in spite of their proverbial habit of necessary presidential leadership to raise ford County? Will it grow or dwindle in Wainwright's prediction will come true
looking for the silver lining, view the controversial revenues along with spending reductions; and this size... perish or prosper?" within the next decade.S. .
Gramm-Rudman budget-balancing "act" as will result in stalemate and institutional chaos." L. Peek Jr. president of the Florida
the fiscal it A. J. (Arch) Thomas Sr. had retired ,
panacea was advertised to be when it
asks "When the becomes Bank at Starke said "Our has
Gray then : process from service growth
moved long-time as Clerk of the Circuit
through a of red
maze Congressional tape.
paralyzed, do we really believe the President and Court and was selling real estate in been very steady, and there Is no reason to
Some 61 percent of the 3,195 respondents to thepoll Congress will stand idly by and accept an 1954. His predictions, as might be believe that it will not continue. "Our
said they considered a balanced budget within'ive automatic 25-percent reduction in our military from a realtor, were somewhat expected the bank's business is running 10 to 15 percent
years unlikely, in spite of Congress's mandated force structure, a drastic paring of air traffic con- side. on rosy better than a year ago," he said, and
miraclea feat about on par with Moses trol, the decimation of the U.S. Coast Guard, and predicted that motels, new restaurants,
ommanding the waters of the Red Sea to part. the FBI? Of course not. Ultimately, the flawed "Within the next 75 years, U.S. Highway and small industry "appear to be the keyto
of said doomsday machine will break down and we'll 301 will be a continuous city from the Starke's growth."
Forty-six the
people polled
percent have to junk it. But perhaps not without a constitu- Georgia line to Sarasota. You won't be
budget could not be balanced without raising able to tell the difference between ( The most ambitious predictions of all
taxes (President Reagan insists it cananother tional crisis. Jacksonville and arriving in Gainesville leaving" came from Mrs. Marian Howe, executive

miracle). Forty-five percent think it can be raised Comparing Gramm-Rudman to the fantasy Mr. Thomas predicted. And at the rate it's, secretary of the Chamber of Commrce.

without increasing personal income taxes, and world of "Peter Pan", Congressman Gray says, going, this prophecy will likely come to "Ten years from now we'll have a population
nine weren't whether it could not. fiscal the GrammRudmanbill of to with the residentialarea
percent sure or "Finally, as policy, pass long before the 75 years he mention 15,000 20,000,
The majority of Congressmen knew this was an takes the Tinkerbellapproach. Do you believein ed. growing toward Kingsley Lake and
Alice in Wonderland piece of legislation, but fairies? Shut your eyes, clap three times, chant Lawtey. I personally believe this will be
they voted for it anywayostensibly so they could the deficit targets that G-R asks us to reach over Another Thomas prediction was that 301 c one of the biggest mineral research areasin
haunt the hustings during the 1986 election year the next six years, and they'll all come trueas would be four-laned within the next five the U.S." Maybe a bit overstated, but

and assure a gullible constituency that "I did all Iould long as the next recession never comes. years, and he wasn't far wrong on that, what's a C of C secretary for, if not to be
(' -- I VOTED for a balanced budget." So although it might have taken Just a bit optimistic?
"When it does, adding billions of dollars to the
longer. Even he would
what' deficit, we'll be forced to abandon the then- at the 20,000-plus vehicles probably that be surprised n___ But at least Starke has exceeded expectations -

Among the few Congressmen willing to speakout unreachable targets and suspend the law. Either use this popular route daily. now A. J. Thomas Sr., in at least one field. The 1954 paper
sincerely on this maudlin maze of malarkey that, or enact even larger cuts during a recession- reported: "A new $350,000 hospital is also
was William H Gray, chairman of the House tin approach we thought had been abandoned in And chalk up another on-target score for In Early Career going up. The 25-bed unit should be com ,

Budget Committee during the negotiations. He the 1930s. Mr. Thomas. When questioned as to pleted next summer, and it will mark the

said, "Unfortunately, the Balanced Budget and "The Congressional budget developedover whether the proposed East Coast Turnpike 5. A state highway from Hampton to the end of three years of preparation. The

Emergency Deficit Reduction Law of 1985-better the last decade has not done process what it should to would have a detrimental effect on Starke, Waldo-Orange Heights Road.A Bradford County Hospital was financed
known as GrammRudmanis neither magicalnor he shook his head, "no". Within 75 years, through the state's race track tax."
with the deficit crisis. But GrammRudmanisn't
cope he said Florida ( paved road now connects Hampton
would have three -
painless. It is a horrendous public policy
the answer. As the economist James Tobin turnpikesone along each coast and to 301 just below Waldo.) And now at the beginning of 1986, Brad
violating the most fundamental principles of Con noted in recent testimony: It is a tragic irony that another down the middle ford County is well on the way toward a
of the
gressional responsibility and state. How 6. A professional baseball team winter-
accountability
this hysterical rush to a final solution should occur right be? new $7 million hospital, at the same time
can
which should be the of you in Starke.
economic ing
precepts" policy just when there is evidence that Congress has retaining the old unit for non-patient uses.
and plain common sense. made real in the of Mr. Thomas had lived in Starke for 52 scheduled
progress slowing growth (The only complete strikeout on Mr. The new hospital is for completion
Also a majority of Congress apparently federal debt. The last act in the tragedy will now years and had experienced its growth over Thomas's listbut who can tell-- before the in early summer.
believes with President Reagan that, "You can be played out on the public stage. The ending is half a century. Looking further ahead, he 75 years is up?)
In the 1954 edition H.L.
fool some of the people some of the time; you can unlikely to be what the authors promised and the saw these developments, most already (Bill) Morgan,
7. Expansion of the timber the DuPont
and
industry representing
fool all of the people all of the time; but you can'tfool public expected." achievedsome not yet. in Company
Bradford County with small truck farms T.II. Carey, employee relations directorfor
All of the people All of the timebut it doesn't it another but 1. An airport in Bradford County with
James
hurt to try1"GrammRudman! Kilpatrick put way, equally being replaced by large ranches. Humphrey's Gold] Corporation, who
strong: the major airlines scheduling flights to serve (The trend is certainly in that direc- was still operating the mine for DuPont at

says Representative Gray, "This is when the big bomb goes off. Reagan area. tion, and may be completed before the 75 that time, both agreed that mining operations
is likely to produce, not a balanced budget but
institutional will have to order half the cuts from military spending (We're still dependent on Jackson years is up.) in Bradford County were doing to expand
disorder and budget stalemate. Its incentives ville and Gainesville for scheduled but warned their
half from non-military items. To meet this flights, against counting on
are largely perverse, discouraging spending draconian goal for 1987, he will have to renew all but the Keystone Airport, partly in Brad Mr. Thomas estimated that the population industry too much in estimating the coun-
reductions, cost savings, and efficient of Starke would reach the markin
cutbacks he a year agocut- ford County, continues to grow in importance 30,000 ty's future growth.
management. recommendedJ'ust and is 75 years. Substitute Bradford County for
currently being expanded.)
backs that listen to.
To which Chairman Gray could have added thatit Starke, and he would probably have hit the Originally, it had been predicted that
probably violates provisions of the U.S. Con "We are in for three months, at least, of 2. Sub-divisions at nail on the head on this one, too. The Coun- DuPont's ilmenite mining operation would
stitution on separation of powers, giving the Presi- screams, howls, and political uproar. The people and Sampson Lakes.Hampton, Crosby, ty is now around 22,000, and will quite likely last until the present ore beds were mined
have been for a balanced budget, but it's (Correct, Mr. out, around the 2010. Since that time
dent carte blanche to "sequester' that's a White crying Thomas.) reach 30,000 or even higher before 2029. year ,
House word for withholdfunds he does not wish been mostly rhetoric. Come March, we'll see the Clerk however, the company has purchased property
Carl Johns
spent, with Congress totally impotent to have a real tears." 3. A new courthouse for Bradford Coun- that City Starke had "great possibilities predicted in ol 1954 to he mined in Bradford County in
Gramm-Rudman is already being challenged ty, with the old courthouse going addition to lands leased from the State Ar-
say Sure, a balanced budget is desirable and property somewhere now thai it is out from
m the courts by Representative Mike Synar of necessarybut attempting to fool the public is no becoming so valuable it would be sold for under its housing handicap. This city can't mory Board in Clay County More recently -

Oklahoma. way to get it. The President and Congress should enough money to construct the new one. expand much until we get places for peopleto land, DuPont from has National purchased Lead a large tract of

Even conservative columnist James Kilpatrick, quit shirking their responsibilities and face up to (At least partially correct. We have live," he said, adding that two new hous along U.S. 301 south of Maxville Corporation, lying ,
who usually dashes to defense of the President, the reality of submitting balanced budgets in the the new courthouse, but the old courthousewas ing projects "should solve the problem and in Duval, Clay Bradford and Baker partially

like Don Quixote ousting with a windmill, calls first place.If retained and is still playing a valuablerole make way for future growth.' Counties. The hopes to start mining
company
Gramm-Rudman "a lunatic piece of legislation." more funds are still required there are plentyof in community life as a home for Santa Clerk Johns would probably he surprisedby this tract in 1991, and continue until

Says Mr. Kilpatrick, "Members of Congresswill sources for savings above and beyond the proposed Fe Community College Starke Center.) the number of housing developmentsthat about 2020.
discover while home for Christmas that few of cuts in defense and social spending.
4. A at have in Starke since 1954 '
game preserve Camp Blanding. sprung up So what about the nl'xt'7// years? Make
their constituents have any real understanding of What about the millions now being wasted by But even now, the housing pi oblem has not ami-
your own predictions '
Correct Mr. then'stick
( ,
Thomas.
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how the act works or what it may entail. This is allowing members of Congress unlimited franking again been entirely solved. around'!lo'see if you are right;! '
radical legislation. I would argue the propositionthat
privileges for mailing out any and everything they
it is the most pernicious act of Congress since think will help get them re-elected; what about the
the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798. Our legislatorshave
millions wasted on unnecessary and over- Letters to the editor.
.
given an unsuspecting nation a Christmas luxurious Congressional junketssometimes on
present that is prettify wrapped in the appealing Air Force or Navy planes, known to carry just one
terms of a balanced budget But inside is a nice little Congressman flying off into the
ticking time bomb." r.assengera yonder" on a mission that might, or Majority Must Speak Up Loudly Against Minority Pet Abusers

When the Congressional Budget Office and the might not be necessary. -

government Office of Management and Budget Editor, Telegraph:
What about the billions wasted in overruns and
meet jointly on January 10, Mr. Kilpatrick] severely They must have their privileges they can. They can offer their full-fledged"
other .defense contractors who few I learned
scams by
a quite time
some to "walk
that "It is assumed that the ago taken
predicts confidently
from to the
away them. And how this support Humane
Society.
can They
weeks later rewarded with lush and can
are more contracts softly carry a big stick". How sad that
estimated deficit will be so large it will trigger theact's phenomenal feat be constantly call the
accomplished? I only powers that be with
? ... What about the billions that could be this must bel I was attached again this
demand for automatic across-the-board cuts wish I knew. I can merely offer complaints of wrongful treatment of
saved outdated and sugges
unneeded
in about half the federal budget. The best guess is by closing military a.m. on my morning walk with my dog. I tions. The people can go to their State animals.I .
bases... What about millions being tossed away on do not blame the loose animals- blame
that $12 billion will have to be
roughly chopped out Representatives
and ask that stricter would be
luxuries to maintain Presidents their or- interested in hearing and
unnecessary owners. Society has become
jaded
of that has been scheduled between
spending now and even their widows in their imperial stylenot with their 'nght-tos': bear arms, in- dinances be passed. They can ask for knowing of ways that this problem has
and The bill
next 30. that
September says any to mention the multi-million dollar "libraries" to discrimate child bearing and last, but cer- stricter penalties to be enforced. They can been controlled. In the interim, God bless
be derived from
must 50/50 social
ask
shortage that
pro. that could be made people who abuse the privilege of those who abide by the law and I
and defense. If President could "papers" tainly not least, their right to own pets and care.
Reagan
grams
have his way, it wouldn't come from defense you available in one central location, if at all. The list to do with them as they please! I believe from pet ownership them. Because have their the legislative pets taken bodies away thank you and so do all the homeless and
could go on and on. these actions are privileges, not rights and abused strays!
that.If
bet .
can on that be
move so slowly, the people have
If these obvious that there should be strict county controlon I rest !
President savings were recognized and strength in their numbers. my rase
Congress and the can't on They can unite
agree made of the need their actions. There should also be sufficient
most for
perhaps new taxes and help the animal
shelters A
imal budget action, automatic across-the-board would be obviated- only then. law enforcement to carry out the in any way Very Concerned CitizenBaptist
pending cuts would replace the fiscal decisionsthat penalties on those who abuse their

it is the duty of Congressmen to make, and Looks like an interesting yearthis 19861 privileges. I believe that people who abuse ..
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any given privilege should be punished k ,.\" ,
severely. But what of the animals who are
already loose at will and most certainly in 1101 > 00 1
Shows Treelessness/
Survey 'Creeping over-abundance? 0i 4' k. 001

I most heartily endorse the animal

Threatens the Beauty City's Streets shelters and the Humane Societies. Their g0 .
concept of adoption is great! I do not 1

necessarily advocate a "police state" to
By David Norton County Forester enforce these laws. But something must be Rgil

done and NOW before the problem gets 1p' pq pyt
Six years ago my predecessor as County in some need of maintenance and 37 need either any further out of hand. I speak not of u fi
Forester conducted an Inventory of 545 trees then severe pruning or removal. In the next few years society in general, but merely of a small .".I
lining the right-of-way of city streets in Starke. the number of trees needing severe maintenanceor minority and mind-set who fit into this
This was done in connection with the street removal will increase greatly because most of category. They are the ones who make
beautification project then being initiated by the the big laurel oaks have reached the age of those who abide by the laws suffer. How l

Starke Woman s Club for the purpose of obtaining decline. ironic that I should be writing this to be ,1., -, _._._

information needed for this project. The survey also made recommendations of published, as these persons think they are r

Since that time in March 1980, some trees, most potential sites for planting trees where there are the ones immune to laws and the majority p1Yy
ly dogwood along Walnut Street, have been none at the present time. 300 such places were of them probably do not read editorials!
planted, but many more of the original oaks, marked on a city map. What can be done to help the helpless?

planted when the city was young, have been lost, Live oaks were recommended for plantings The Federal Government has stepped up
or trimmed so drastically by power line crews, its of of
where large shade trees are needed. They are program reports suspected child
that they are now of little value, or hardly
abuse. Gun control remains individual -
sturdy, long-lived and very resistant to insect and an
recognizable as trees. disease problems. Other evergreen trees that may issue within the counties. But what about ,

Therefore, it seems appropriate to review that be planted, but do not spread as much as live oaks animal control.

1980 inventory, and see whether the town has are red cedar,spruce pine, laurel oak,and cherry. Dade County has a unique law. They are
made a net gain or loss of trees in the past six Good deciduous tree species include shummardoak the only county in Florida with mandatory

years. If we have actually lost ground, it is time to southern red oak, and sycamore. In areas animal neutering. Because animals were

renew our local interest in these important assetsto where smaller trees are needed, several speciesof neutered and not allowed to roam and 1

our town, and revive our tree-planting pro- holly, hop-hornbean, Jerusalem thorn or drake therefore pack, rarely did you see a loose -, I
gram. elm may be planted. animal down there. But what about Brad

The 1980 trees were classified as excellent, One area of special concern is the Walnut Street ford and adjoining Alachua Counties r'1

good fair, and poor. The excellent and good trees area. This area contains a large number of over where animals are allowed to roam freely
do not concern us here. But we do need to give our mature, laurel oak trees. Many have been pruned and have indiscriminate sex? Yes there
attention to those listed as Fair (trees that have back so extensively that nearly all that\ remains is are laws which state this cannot be, but
scattered dead branches and some rot in trunk, the main trunk. Many of these trees should be there are far too few persons within the
but are in good condition overall), and Poor (trees removed and live oaks planted in their place. agencies allocated to enforce these laws to Congregation Aids SFCC CenterRev.
that are already dead or dying because of severe make them effective. I recollect: one inci-
problems, and should be removed immediately, The survey report was presented to the City dent in particular.My .
Commission and the members
their full
pledged
and replaced). support to work closely with the Woman's Club inthe neighborhood was Infested with Ben Bryant (right), pastor of the Registration is still under way for the

A total of 545 trees were inventoried, comprisedof future with their Beautification Project.It Rockweilders, with three on my block First Baptist Church, is shown presentinga Center's second semester which starts on
26 species. Of these, 159 were laurel oaks, 109 alone. One was particularly vicious. This check for $7,026 to Guy Andrews, January 7. It Is expected that enrollmentwill
palms, 87 slash pine, 68 pecan, 26 cedar, 25 camphor is time to revive this interest in our trees dog could do justice to the famed Houdinias representing individual contributions from equal or exceed that of the first
and 71 of other species. Of this total, 117 are before it is too late. an escape artist. The animal control the congregation for the Santa Fe Community semester which saw the total number occupied -
to be in excess of 500.
.. people, as well as the police, got so they College Starke Center.
I knew me by name and address as I called
them so often. It took 18 months and the The fund was raised by First Baptist
T3IF Church members in of the me with that I"v
I dog attacking several humans and biting appreciation
other dogs before the owner of the dog had benefits being derived by the community
v c -. to get rid of him. Again, I ask what can be from the Starke Center, soon to enter upon
ef" < xi done ? thn,second semester of its first term in th*
i
feTh The law-abiding citizens must speak'UP 1902 Bradford County courthouse. Speak- .ll fr '
ing for the SFCC
Endowment
Board An- t.
and OUT loudly against the minority who i
bird clld tern migrate halfway around the world twice each year. abuse the privilege of pet ownership. drews support expressed given by the appreciation church for the fine Cattle branding originated In Con

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Wed Dec. 13 lI'iI". 'W"-. / /1':1 t.:; ,," Hold Open House Side ..

Tammie Lynn McDaniel : I Rev. and Mrs. G. T. Crosby enter 'CllAbN !wi
Raifordand : ( ; tained at Open House Friday nightat
daughter of Jerri H Lane of JL.I 'Notices
Michael M. Padgett, son of Mr. ,. the Episcopal parsonage for of LlieNews Church Items
members of the friends
and Mrs. Homer M. Padgett of church, and
Starke were united in marriage Fri special guest, Rev. Fred Yerkes. /
day, Dec. 13. at 7 p.m. in Bradford x Fr. Crosby greeted the guests at.
/ the door.
Florist Wedding House with notary Weddings
Christmas decorations
Jimmy Epps performing the nup- highlighted Receptions
tials. points of interest in the party rooms .
Bo McCray served as best man. including holly across the mantel Gladys Mooty Parties ,
Ann Sommers was honor attendant where a wood fire was burning in the 964-7608

She wore a white dress and veil fireplace.The ,
and carried a bouquet of pink and refreshment table was
white flowers. covered with a red linen cloth and
Given in marriage by her brother, centered with a manger scene encircled
with a wreath. Silver and Items of InterestWaters 1 I
Jeff J. Lane, the bride wore a floor
crystal held cakes fondue
trays
length sheer dress with off the ,egg
nogg punch,syllabud beverage,can-
shoulder sheer collar.A small crown
dies, cookies, nuts and mints. Phyllis Stalnaker
and she
secured her finger tip veil
Mrs. Anne mother of Fr. Entertain
of Crosby, Charles DobbsEngagem.nt
carried a cascade arrangement
Crosby, of Gainesville assisted in
white wedding flowers.A : Employees Dec. 19 Told
serving the 35 guests during the
also held at the
was
reception House which was I hours of 7:30: and 9 p.m. Mr.and Mrs.Wilbur Waters entertained Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker of
decorate with bells, ribbons and at a Christmas party for their Starke and James Stalnaker of San
employees their wives and dates Marcos, Tx. announce the engagement
flowers. Guests were greeted at the
door by Jerri Lane and Judy County Commissioners Thursday, Dec. 19 at their home on of their daughter. Phyllis
Padgett. Christmas Supper W. Madison street. Jean,to Charles David Dobbs son of
The couple is residing on Griffis The home was gayly decorated in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dobbs of
The County Commissioners, their the holiday theme. The buffet table Lawtey.The .
Loop.The groom does body work atNoegel's wives and special guests enjoyed a was covered with a white embroidered wedding will take place earlyin
Christmas covered dish supper Dec. cloth and centered with a the new year.
Body Shop. 20 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. fresh Christmas arrangement with

'17trI Wilbur Waters. burning tapers.Mr. Did You Know.....;..:..
The home was decorated in the and Mrs. James Waters and
holiday spirit with poinsettias, grandson, Stacey Higginbotham
Thomas I garlands and burning candles. The were among the guests who enjoyedthe Major and Mrs. Mickey Dansby
Gayle focal point in the family room was party between the hours of 7:30: and family of Maxwell.AFB. Pratt-
Hal SeymourWed the beautiful Christmas tree. and 10 ville Ala. arrived Dec. 2ft for a
p.m.
The buffet table in the weeks visit with his parents,Mr.and
Dec. 28 "'''!f. .1.1 N i .IV ... dining room
Mrs. R. O. Dansby.
was covered with a white cloth and
Gayle Lynn Thomas and Harold Mr.and Mrs.Michael Padgett centered with fresh Christmas ar
Daily Seymour were married Saturday rangement. Individual tables were
Dec. 28 in Jacksonville at the Dia YOU Know .. .. --- covered with Christmas cloths
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lining. centered with a Christmas arrange-
Following the ceremony friends Mrs. J. T. Carver gave a surprise Catherine Perry of Starke won a ment and a wood pyramid depictingthe II
and family celebrated at the University birthday party for Mr. Carver Sun- Carribean cruise for two drawn at Christmas story.At .
Club overlooking downtown day night. Among those attendingwere Mallards 5 and 10 in Keystone the end of the party each Com
Jacksonville.The Vickie Carver and James Heights during the holidays. The missioner and male guest received a
bride, daughter of Mr. and Heidigger of Lakeland and Mr. and cruise is set for Jan. 1720. She will gag gift provided by the wives.
Mrs Vernon C. Thomas of Orlando Mrs. Bill Horne and sons, William be accompanied by Doris Lamb and 15 enjoyed the party during the
and the groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. and Ricky of Jacksonville. the two will fly to Miami to embark. party hours 7:30: and 10 p.m.
James D. Seymour of Starke are
both graduates of the University of
Florida. Harold Is regional vice-
president for Commodore Financial ,
Services. )
Doug Seymour was the best man
for his brother and Linda Lining was
the matron of honor. HAPPYYear
After a trip to Jamaica the couplewill
reside in Gainesville.

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daughter, Deanna and 40 of her May abundant bless-
friends their home W. Madison \
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The party was held under the carport fill your home in we wish the best of .
with the enjoying music, .
group
a game and going Christmas carol i ,1 good measure. everything for each day throughout ..

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party table was covered witha 1 1STUMP'S "
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I Christine--St i'kland" and' Terrence Beck Marry Oct. 19 at Hope Baptist ChurchChristine I


Strickland of Orlando, bouquet. She carried a cascade of toothpicks and a large crystal bowl
silk burgundy roses accented with water in the fountaIn'wa. colored
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John frost rose miniature carnations and burgundy. The side cakes were of white seedless grapes were servo
Strickland of Starke, and Terrence ed by Miss Rhonda Sapp, Mrs. Julia
tea roses, baby's breath, ivy and adorned with kissing angels on one
Lee Beck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin burgundy and silk lace ribbon and a choir of singing angels on the Alvarez and Mrs. Roberta Dodd.
Beck of Orlando were united in streamers. other. An ornament of two ceramic Ms. Diane MoodyandMrs. Nancy
marriage Oct. 19, 1985, at 630p.m.: Attendants were Miss Wendy doves were places on the top center Touchstone cut the bride's cake.
in Hope Baptist Church with thebride's Strickland, sister of the bride, Mary cake. Leather leaf fern was arranged Assisting were Mrs. Carlie Triest,
father Rev.John Strickland, Watterson, Valorie Davis, friends of r 7p Q around the base of the cake. The Mrs.June Norman and Mrs.Bernice
the bride and groom's pastor, Rev. the bride Junior bridesmaid Jen- +it cake was decorated by Mrs. Marie Baldree. Mrs. Dora Broome was In
Gerard Hicks, saying the opening nifer Davis, cousin of the bride. All Thornton. Two three branch charge of the reception.
prayer, and Rev. E.L.Brodely, the attendants wore necklaces,a gift candelabras were on each side of the Following a wedding trip to Sebas-
pastor of Hope Baptist Church per- from the bride. Their gowns were cake with rose colored tapers. Silver tain Island the couple are residing in
forming the nuptials.In similar to the honor attendant except k trays of nuts and mints were at each their new home on Newmark Ave.,
the choir loft was a large arch of DeltonaFI.
color. carried
15 votive candles centered with a in rose of frost They roses, white end.The food table was covered with a The bride is a graduate of Brad-
large spray of silk pink and burgundy nosegays miniature carnations and burgundytea w 4t.' f burgundy cloth with a white full ford High School and Is employed at
flowers On each side of the altar roses, baby's breath, ivy and t.I t. gathered skirt overlay, centered CenTrust Savings and Loans. of
were two smaller arches of seven pink and rose lace streamers. r with a floral arrangement with two The groom is a graduate
votive candles with smaller spraysof Melissa Davis,cousin of the bride, I white hearts. Finger sandwiches, Maynard Evans High School and Is
flowers. Throughout the setting served as flower girl. Danny Davis, \ ham and cheese squares on employed at Coral Gable Federal.
were palms and fern. Down the aisle
bride bearer. --- --- ----
cousin of the
was ring
of the church
were candelabras with V
The junior bridesmaid and flower
burning tapers and white satin bows. '
Also on the altar was a kneeling only girls gowns in light were pink.like the The other junior girls Go,/no s
bench and unity candle with fern. All ,
bridesmaid carried small
of with the candelabras were entwined of pink roses, miniature a carnations bouquet Classic Cuts & Styles!

greenery. of with pink and burgundy tea roses. ,. .,. :. r
Presenting a
nuptial
program carried basket of
flower
The girl a
music were organist, Mrs. Charlotte the same flowers. The ring bearer .1'i rl-, Welcomes'P"/ .
Durrence and pianists Mrs. Marcia carried a heart shaped lace pillow r /.
Lee and Eric Pckham; soloists Mis. accented with miniature frost rose .t7 [ Becky Outlaw/ IT
Phyllis Smith, Mrs.
Jenny Goings, pink and burgundy tea roses.
Mrs. Sue Hartan and Jim Creason.
Mrs. Julia Alvarez and Mrs. Maria C. Walker
Keith Smith served
as best man. !
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Roberta Dodd directed the wedding.The :
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Ushers were Ron Goings, Teddy ;. -
bride, given in marriage by "'(
Brown, Rick Galloway, friends of
her father, wore a white floor length
the groom Carl Beck, brother of the gown with fitted bodice with small Holiday SpecialsPerms
groom; junior usher, John Boy _
pearls, full skirt extending to a
Strickland, brother of the bride. sleeves including cut '25.00
chapel length train, puffed . ,
Miss Strickland attendedher
Cindy edged with lace and the skirt was en- .
sister as maid of honor.Sheworea circled with scalloped chantilly lace Haircuts , , *7.00rostings .

shear burgundy-wine overlay with taffeta sweetheart dress with at mothers the hem single line.strand She wore of pearls.her grand-Her - -.-:,.- -- --. e. ;)/ . . . *15.00 .

the neckline waist, puff and sleeves ruffle, at satin the bow floor at juliet length lace scalloped cap secured chantilly her lace fingertip veil. Mr.and Mrs.Terrence Deck v Shampoo & Sets , '7.00 ..nom

length hem. She wore a headpiece She carried a cascade of white silk roses accented with pink burgundy that was a square base with three Eyebrow Waxing , 5.00
made of silk flowers to match her tea roses, stephanotis,ivy and white round tiers separated by fountain on
lace ribbon streamers.A the base tier. On either side were 964-6777
reception was held in the church .two 2-tiered cakes connected to the 486 N. Temple Ave. Hours
Did You KnowRev. New ArrivalStacey reception hall where the guests were main cake with arch stairways. The Suite Mon,-Sol 8.5Starke
greeted by Mrs. Marie Thornton and grooms men and bridesmaids were ,Florida Gina Brown Frun Evenings byAppointment
Dawn Huff Miss Amy Packham kept the bride's placed on the stairways in colors of (Across street from BUS) Salon Manager
and Mrs. Charles Green and Jay and LuAnn Huff of Lawtey announce book. The bride and groom and their the wedding party which met on the
daughter of Wake Forest, N.C.spent the birth of a daughter, parents stood in the receiving line. square base where thc bride and
the past week with their parents Stacey Dawn, born Dec. 20 in The bride's table was covered witha groom were.The cake was all white, a a e t+ o ea
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green andMrs. Jacksonville Navy Hospital. She white satin cloth with a full accented with a silk flower arrangements P 1 h q s sa v gp
Carolyn Taylor. joins a brother, Chad end sisters gathered lace skirt overlay. Center- of rose, pink and w o" ..1 \ a
Tessa and Megan. ing the table was the bride's cake burgundy between each t5!"r. The e HAPPYMEW
Lindsay Thornton spent Friday to Maternal grandparents are Mar- '
Sunday with her father, Robert G. tha Potts and Dick Firdley of \
Thornton in Jacksonville and visited Marion, Ohio. Paternal grandparents YEAR
Disney World. are Fern Huff and John Huffof n
Youngwood, Pa. and paternal '
Miss Kathy Grider of Austin, great grandparents are Mr. and Be.r wishes for a happy e
Texas is spending two weeks with Mrs. Cecil Huff of Dawson, Pa. H&FPYYEAR: : -- ;..,, .. ;- and'prosperous New Year.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth

Grider. Did You KnowMr. Vtq .o .. .. Td 1 f| 104 W CollSir...
'S ... n Iri I J.- Downtown oiark, .
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Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crosby and : "
family of Orlando were Christmas and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of :7271 \.
of his Mr. and Humboldt, Tenn. visited Mrs.
day guests parents
Barksdale and family duringthe ,
Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby.Mr. Vergie holidays. .

and Mrs. Desso Forman 4d t
W Ne
the
Turner spent
Mrs. Janet ttro
visited relatives in Crestview over Paul '
the weekend.Mr. weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
DiVito( at Royal Palm Beach.
and Mrs. Rex Brown and p b n4 jtttl k oat ill' lxiif
Olin White visitedMr. 11
Mr. and Mrs.
of Ga. were
family Fayetteville
and
and Mrs. Robert White
of his
Thursday to Saturday guests
in Orlando Dec. 24 and 23.
family a
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. '
Brown. A
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy spent
Mrs. L. A. Canova has had as last Monday to Wednesday with
guests Mrs. Blanche Otto of their daughter and family, Mr. and
Seminole this week and their niece Mrs. David Mendenhall in Atlanta.
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John
Townsend and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons
Tallahassee overnight Saturday of New Orleans are spending 10 daysat Oea
their cottage on Kingley Lake.

Mrs. Bill Meng and children ot ,MT ,
St.Petersburg spent Friday to Tuesday \
with her parents, E.L.Matthews
and family in Starke and Mr. and -
Mrs. Paul Meng at Hampton Lake.

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Mr. and Mrs. Billy Moore of
Salisbury.N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Greg
Moore of Jacksonville and Mrs. M r1r ; ) .
Dorothy Palmer of Portland Ore. J Nrw Thar.Best
were among the 15 guests of 1 Mrs. j 'i.I
Lois Bennett during the Christmas It's an old-fash

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Nell Pipkin and Mrs. Vicie never is out of and neighbors. It has been a

Watkins grandmother of Bonifay of Mrs.,Mac mother Baldwin and, style. We appreciate "WI pleasure to serve you. Thank you

were their guests last Sunday to your confi- To friends, old for your patronage and support.

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CelebrateAnniversary '

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Two-hundred family relations and ".'
; J friends visited the Open House \1\ !" 'Io4' .\' .
reception Dec. 7 which took place at R w
the home of Lynn Moss in Starke.All
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eight children gathered together to
celebrate a surprise anniversary :
party for their parents, Thelma and :
William Moss.

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This was the first time that all
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eight children were united at any .

one time. The children are: James .
--- ------ ---
from Yreka, Ca.; Charles from
Canoga Park, Ca. Leslie from Box
.. )' .\. Elder AFB, S.D.; ;Carlos, Lynn Ed- Seated William and Thelma MOBS; first row, I to r Ronnie, Elaine,
die, Ronnie all of Starke; and Elaine Charles, Eddie; back row, I to r Leslie, Lynn. James and Carlos Moss. I

from Germany.Rev. .

4 !r t Leroy Olive opened the event Did You Know...........
with a word of prayer.
.' Following the reception, a full Mrs. Mack Williams had her seven .,-;; ;.
Ji4J 4 .. .. gAj $4: course dinner was held at the homeof children and families home for the "1FP" < 0

... .. ... ..___ _._ '\.. .. .. Carlos Moss in Starke. The color holidays. f .' 0
---- .n. '
--- -- -- and white. A '
scheme was yellow u """" 'o

I Dukes Retiring from Farmers and Dealers... large table spray with of a yellow three roses tier yellow accentedthe and Major and Mrs. J. B. Godwin, Jr.

white rose wedding cake made by and children of Fort Leavenworth, 1/a
(L-R) Farmers and Dealers Bank President Paul with the Farmers and Dealers Bank. Deborah Patterson.The Kas. are visiting their parents, Mr.and J
Riherd congratulates Ililah Dukes and her husband She received a beautiful gold pendant from the bank entire day was video-taped for and Mrs. J.B.Godwin lndialantic in Starke for ;
O.B."Pete"Dukes at a reception given for Mrs.Dukesat and a lovely sterling silver tea service from the bank's the whole family and their families, Mrs.weeks.F. E. Foley in
the bank in Lake Butler. Employees Club. to cherish forever. two
Mrs. Dukes retired recently after 37 years of service The reception was held Sunday, Dec. 29. oMa

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Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins of 00.40N
and Mrs. William S. Peters Mr. and Mrs. David Meldrum of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. James Wih
visited their sons, Chuck and Joe Richmond Va. are Sunday to Wiggins of Jacksonville and families 1 1r 1r
Peters in Atlanta last Monday to Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. were holiday guests of their mother, 0.;
Thursday.Mr. G. Paterson. Mrs. One Wiggins.Mrs. .

and Mrs. T. B. Rahn spent Mrs. Rosalie Crutchfield and Mr. Elsie Cobb and Mr. and Mrs. O
Monday to Thursday with their and Mrs. R. H. Holman of Leslie Ivey and son of Jacksonvillewere 'A-
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. St.Augustine and Marty Payne of Christmas day guests of Mr.
Lewis Rutland in Winter Park. Minneola were Christmas holiday and Mrs. Edward Watts. The Watts 0
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne.Mr. .
also had as weekend guests Mr. and IO
Miss Clare Ruckdeschel of Grand Mrs. Roger Ivey of Bainbridge, Ga.
Blanc, Mich. was home for the and Mrs. R. W. Underill of In- ;}
holidays with her parents, Mr. and dialantic and Dr. and Mrs. David Mrs. L. S.Williams of Georgetown
Mrs. C. B. Ruckdeschel. Underill of Sebastain were Thursdayto spent Sunday to Wednesday with her
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
H. Moncrief. Mrs. Warren Winkler. D lo o,11of
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Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee is
visiting her mother, Mrs. W.B.Mun jO 0
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dy for 10 days and also visited o
friends in CharlotteN.C. several /
days. l

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Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman 8
spent last Tuesday to Thursday at
Disney World, EPCOT and Sea :
World. o
holidafcheerWe

Mr. and Mrs. Rod Struth and Miss
Shirley Stevens of Plant City, Mr. Warmest greetingsof
and Mrs. Bobby Case of Lake City, look forward to peace and joy
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gullic of the season. Spe-
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Doug ( for each of our friends in the New cial thanks to our
Johns of Starke and families were a ;; i
Christmas holiday guests of their : Year. customers and
mother, Mrs. Lou Strut)). Saturday
friends.
night they saw slides the Gullic'a, ': ." HOMETOWN TV & APPLIANCE
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trip to Africa the past summer. :

Mrs. G. J. McGriff.Sr. visited her Rentals of StarkeN. Corbett'sTire

son and family, Mr. and Mrs. & Service
McGriff,Jr. in Gainesville last Tues- 'v Temple Avenue 964-6424 402 N Temple Avenge
day to Thursday -
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Mrs. H. C. Farnsworth of Tampawas '
last Tuesday and Wednesday I
guest of her son and family, Mr. and
Mrs. H.C. Farnsworth,Jr. 1/tC4 eaIb

Mrs. Margaret Jones and son of
Toronto, Canada and Mrs. Kathleen
Severo of Sterling, Va. visited their
mother, Mrs. J. A Scanlan last Best wishes for a wonderful New

week. Year from all of us to all our

How To Care For friends. Thank you. r

Xmas Gift PlantsIf

you were the lucky recipient of a JONES FUNERAL HOME
dish garden, potted flower or foliage Starke
plant this Christmas, you are pro- 964-6200
bably wondering how you should and
care for your "living" gift. Most
homeowners kill their plants with JONES CONVALESCENT SERVICESStarke
kindness-literally that isl!
Over-watering and overfertilizingoften 964-6223
cause more problems than a
lack of these essentials for plant 'S
growth. Keep the following ideas in r
mind and your plants will be with
you for many years to come.
First of all, there is no such thingas
a house plant-plant intended to r; Y
grow inside a home, office or other
building. When plants are grown In-
doors, several restrictions are imposed -
upon them. Lack of sufficient
light and low humidity are probablythe
most severe restrictions, but
temperatures can also be a problem.
Many foliage plants prefer a .,
relatively strong,filtered or diffused ,
light. Places near windows or light r
fixtures are usually suitable, but r f
avoid direct sunlight or very dark
areas of the home. Flowering plants
such as mums and poinsettias will
stand more light than foliage plants
and should be placed in bright areas. ,

Proper fertilization is another Im-
portant part of growing healthy
plants. Follow all the directions on
the container so that you don't
overfertilize your plants. Too much
fertilizer can eventually kill
your Mo. r

plants.Watch. for the common symptomsof d dbd May your home ring out with success and ; .

foliage plants troubles which are thanks and
as follows: health for the New Year. Sincere ,
Brown tips or burned margins of
best wishes for our
leavescaused by too much fertilizer ''I We hope good luck follows you r "'_4 patrons.
plants dried out temporarilyor
wind burn.Yellowing throughout 1986 to fulfill your f -
and dropping of leaves- fondest wishes. Thanks for your \ .I.. "
be caused by fumes, chill- '
can gas '... : .
ing, overwatering, poor drainage support. ': '. '
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yellow and Weak poor leavesindicate growth aeration.or light too green intense or 4. '1"\'. Dr. and Mrs. Carlos M. Hernandez" "

light, lack of fertilizer or a poor root
... and staff :"
system.Wilting- too much heat, lack of RON DENMARK INSURANCE 'oc' .;"l .if

water or root injury. -x t. '.
Spindly growth and email leaves N Starke 964-7071 :> .t. '.' '
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too little light or too high i '
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your plants some "tender loving
care" and they'll be with you a long ..
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH the East right of way line of Alton Rood to the highest and best bidder for cash,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD In the City of Stork. Bradford County, at the East entrance to the Bradford
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS COUNTY. FLORIDA. Florida and run thence East along the County Courthouse In Starke, Bradford
NOTICE to Stockhold.r.: Annual CASE NO.: 85.409.CA South right of way line of Euclid St., a County Florida at 11.00: o'clock A.M. on Eddie Starlingis
Meeting will b. held January 9, 1986, BARNETT BANK OFJACKSONVILLE. distance of 150 feet for a point of beginning Friday, January 24, 1986.
between the hour of 5:00: and &00 p.m. N.A. from the point of beginning thus GILBERT B. BROWN readyto
COMMUNITY STATE BANK Plaintiff, described continue East along the South CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy
CORPORATION' vs right of way line of Euclid St. a distanceof Beulah Moody
Sterke. Florida 32091 CHARLES E. JONES and 130.45 feet to a point; run thenco Deputy Clerk Save You Money
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Defendants.NOTICE. way line of Alton Road a distance of 124 Post Office Box 4f88Jacksonville. on a Car or Truck
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA OF SALE feet to a point; run thence West and Fla.32201
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Pur- parallel with the South right of way line ((904)) 355-2525 OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET
BRADFORD uant to the Final Judgment of of Euclid St. a distance of 130.45 feet to a 112 2tcng 1/9
COUNTYCASE NO. B5.294.CA Foreclosure entered in the obove-styled point, run thence North a distance of 124 F New or Used
action, I will sell the property situated In feet more or less, to the point of beginning ,,AIiIld tile
In Re Th. Marriage of Bradford County Florida described as: sold lot 'lying within and being' apart Call Eddie Today!
MICHAEL KIRKLAND THAT CERTAIN PIECE. PARCEL OR of West Pines Subdivision accordingto Subscribe Today I
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Husband TRACT OF LAND SITUATE. LYING AND
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NOTICE OF ACTIONTO right of way line of Euclid St. Intersects conditions of record at public sale
MICHAEL KIRKLAND
Address Unknown.

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
for dissolution of marriage has been .//ltfi ih'
filed against you and you or.required to -
serve a copy of your written defenses, If
\
any to TERENCE M. BROWN. Attorney D'
for Petitioner/Wife, P.O. Drawer 40 OU
Starke. Florida 32091, on or before '-'
January 9, 1986 and file th. original : ;
with the Clerk of this Court before or Im
mediately thereafter; otherwise a t.r.; : ofJ -
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the Petition. .
WITNESS my hand and soot of this
Court on the 11th day of December h ? as 5 -
1985. e. O REDEEM ( pTA"t'l. -
GILBERT BROWN = SPEUR tD.E
Clerk of the Court / CDUPpNSECI J.CTE:

By 12/194tchg: D.pulCI.rk) 1/9 DOUgLF YoU TH US qND S
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ii;: ; SA ;
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA :
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PROBATE DIVISION BS-123CP S
FILE NUMBER '1-3699
IN RE The Estate of 1
MANA LUCILE WIGGINS,
Deceased. a \\\ House
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe .-
administration of the Estate of yoU
MANA LUCILE WIGGINS, deceased
CiseUpoeing
File Number 13699. is pending In the lishers 8keEn <
Circuit Court for Bradford County c ter
Florida Probate Division the address per theSe
of which Is Bradford County the h of
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Courthouse Starke. Florida 32091. in I 19 1 6io$150o GS
The names and addresses of the mail eacUary
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Personal Representative and the Per our F Up OlymP
sonal Representative's attorney ore 10 '
set forth below in ei IO undayl special programs
All interested persons are required Dame donaheP\
to file,, with this Court. WITHIN
THREE MONTHS OF THE FIRST :
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1)I)all coUP e redeem Gamble
claims against the estate and ((2)) any these
objection by on interested person to
whom this notice was mailed that
challenges the validity. of the Will,
the of the Personal
Representative qualifications, venue, or jurisdiction PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.. JANUARY 2 THRU WED., JANUARY 8, 1986. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.
of the Court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONSNOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BAR.
RED.
Publication of this Notice has CITRUS HILL
begun on December 31, 1985
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVEA. ii:
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Z.ADKINS JR.
ORANGE JUICE
P. O Box 1030
Gainesville Flo,32602 1iCr.e
Attorney for Personal RepresentativeA
Z, ADKINS, JR.
HALF GALLON
P, O. Box 1030Galne.vill.
., Fla. 32602
((904)) 372.3331
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR I
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISIONFILE
NUMBER 84-89-CP $119
division 1.3580
IM RE: Estate of w
HARMON Deceased.PERCY MORGAN,

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe
administration of the estate of
HARMON PERCY MORGAN deceased .
T la Mi& 14er PROCTOR & GAMBLE
File Number 84-89-CP is pendingIn *
the Circuit Court for Bradford COUPONDOUBLE 20
County Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is Bradford ai:d" rS
County Courthouse, Starke, Florida
32091. Th. names and addresses of MANUFACTURER'S ssiyr.
the personal representative and the + 20 <1: '
personal representatives attorney COUPONSTOTAL 41r4B 5f -
or. set forth below.
All Interested persons or. required \
to file with this court, WITHIN 40fSAVINGS '
THREE MONTHS OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE: ((1))all + ITEM COST TOTAL SAVINGS YOUR
claims against the estate and ((2)) any # COST 11

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challenges the validity of the will
the qualifications of the personal TOTAL SAVINGS WITH PROCTER &
representative, venue,or jurisdiction GAMBLE COUPON BOOK
of the court.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONSNOT
RED. SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BAR. $8.50TOTAL

Publication of this Notice has
December 30. 1985.
begun on
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missed passes, If caught, rushed for 269 yards and passed for When the safety makes that many OPpol.ents and newspapers have team. The 1965 state championship
would have meant a touchdown were 152 yards, something nodbody else tackles that tells the story, points out pointed out the support by Tornado Tornado( team was 12-0, and the 1966
underthrown,overthrown,or missedby had been able to do all season long.
Coach Hurse. The Tornado( backs fans this season was exceptional. state championship team was 111.
the receiver in the 28-20 loss to Bradford moved the ball well were rushing up to stop the runs,and Bradford County fans support a Coaches Hurse and Sexton say
Bartow in the 1985 state champion- enough, but just couldn't quite get Bartow just threw the football over winner better than any community they knew this football team couldbe
ship football game, says Coach the execution needed to break a big their heads. he knows,says Coach Hurse,and the good. After the 7-6 opening win
David Hurse after getting a belated play, Hurse points out. Combining the strength of the Bar- Bradford fans stick with a coach in a over Williston, the fans probably
look at the game film. tow offensive line, which averagedover losing season better than most thought BHS would be respectable
After the punt snap from center Bartow Overpowering.. 200 pounds per man, and the areas. Coach Hurse says,but points out QB
flew over the Bartow kicker's head "Very simply, they just over- strength of running back Ron Bell The crowd helps the team in a Frank Long didn't play in that
the Tornadoes had a golden oppor- powered us from a defensive standpoint Bartow was doubly tough, pointedout game, helps the image of the com- game.
tunity to score, but missed the ," says Coach Mike Sexton, the Coach Sexton. munity, and enhances the image of The first real indication of what HAPPINESS.
chance. Two crucial third down Tornado defensive coordinator. "Really, I can't say anybody did a the community as a whole, the might be coming, took place in Fer-
screen passes were just inches away "There were times that we playedthe poor job. We were executing well, veteran coach says. nandina, where the Tornadoes shut
from completion, points out Coach run good," says Coach Sexton, and in position to make the big out a big,strong Pirate team 14-0. In
Hurse. "But they were picking( away at us plays," says Coach Sexton. Players Worked Hard... the last four minutes of the game
In practice,BUS had gone over the at three or four yards. "We moved the football well BHS stopped the Pirates and moved
screen pass play and had practicedthe Coach Sexton thought the Tor- enough," says Coach Hurse. "We They never quit trying, Coach the football down the field for their
play under a blitz, which nadoes were playing the run very just couldn't quite get the Tornado Hurse points out, a tradition among second score. Those last four i
scouting reports revealed Bartow well In the teams over the years.
second half, and that's execution. minutes in Fernandina set the stage
would do. QB Frank Long was sup- when Bartow went to the pass. As The 12-1 season of 1985 equals the for the 1985 season, says Coach
posed to recognize the blitz, check the Tornadoes concentrated on the It Was BUS'S Shot... most games ever won by a Tornado Hurse.
off at the line of scrimmage or hurry run, they left the secondary wide The 1985 football team was Brad-
and get the football away before the open. Bartow completed three ford High's shot for for the next few Tornadoes Face
blitz got to him. passes over the heads of the Bradford Coach Hurse Lady
years says.
On one third down play QB Long secondary, passes the secondary Bartow,however, should be better
faked running plays twice, and then would have ordinarily knocked next season, with many of their
had to( hurry his throw over an the down.
onrushing blitz. The pass was just a "We were in position to make players When returning.the seniors were asked to Episcopal Next ThursdayWith
little behind fullback Aaron Mat- plays, but the strength to make the stand at the Tornado football ban-
thews, who( could have walked into plays was the factor," says Coach quet, it looked like the entire room
the endzone for a touchdown had he Sexton. Bartow running back Ron stood up. Twenty-one BHS playersare a 4-3 winning record the Lady playing time can ironout. Reddish is Have a jolly holi-
been able to catch the football.On Bell was so powerful the Tornadoes graduating and right now Coach Tornado varsity basketball team the only senior on the squad.
day and most
another third down play, the could not lock down and make a Hurse doesn't see the material com- goes back into action after the According to Coach John Slater, a suc-
bootleg pass was open and had the 10 tackle.In ing up Christmas break next Thursday, the team is coming together and is cessful year.
yard pass been completed the films before the Bartow game, "We can probably scrape up a Jan. 9, in a home game. expected to be able to play well in .
fullback again would have been ableto Tornado coaches thought BHS has good defense," says Coach Hurse. Coming to town are the Episcopal district games, if they can get their WW. WoodchippingWilbur
( walk into the endzone, Hurse the quickness to pentrate the Bartow But a replacement for quarterbackFrank Saints from Jacksonville.With shooting averages up.
points out. line. But the Yellow Jackets closed Long must be found. the Lady Tornadoes healthy Playing their first game since
Had BUS been able to capitalize on the splits between their linemen again with the return of Marla Red- before the break, the junior varsitywill I. Waters
the misguided punt snap, the game down to about a foot apart, and BHS Supporters Thanked... dish, they have a much better go into action as well. 9646941cJQYTOALLi
might have been different. BHS was not able to get through Coach chance of coming away with a win. Next on the schedule for the Tor-
would have been up two touchdowns.In Sexton pointed out. The people of the community The young Tornadoes have been nadoes is Clay High at home on Friday -
that case, Bartow might not have Coach Hurse said two Bartow run- deserved a win the way they sup- handicapped during the first part of Jan. 10, in the BUS gym.
the Tornadoes this
ported ,
been able to be as patient runningthe ning backs wore thick flack jacketsin Coach Hurse. year says the year by inexperience that only
football as it was. the first half he complained until
Behind two touchdowns in the second the game officials made the Bartow I .
half, the Tornadoes made up backs remove the jackets in the se-
one on a long pass to wide receiver cond half
Todd McLeod. On another play QB "We were playing the run real -
Frank Long threw a swing pass just good (in the second half) and all of a -
over the head of running back Andy sudden there comes the big bang,"
Jones. Had that pass been a foot Sexton said after viewing the game
shorter( Jones could have caught it films. 6
with nobody between him and the Rover back Aaron Matthews led t
Bartow goal.It the Tornadoes defensively with 13
was a game of inches, Coach tackles and 6 assists Sam
Hurse points out. linebacker Lonnie Hamilton had 12
However, Coach Hurse does not tackles and one assist Safety Frank
want to take anything away from the Long made 9 tackles and 5 assists.
Bartow football team, which he says Linebacker Ron Brown had 9 tackles
played its best game of the season and 2 assists, and linebacker Gary
against the Tornado eleven. Bartow Wise had 8 tackles and one assist.



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will hit the road Friday, Jan. 3m for tournament. He says the team has to : -
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The Tornadoes, 0-3 so far this time while they are out there on the the
season, are the defending cham- floor will be keys to winning, in- We hope you really enjoy
pions of the Jan. 3-4 tournament and dicates Godwin. few Saar New Year and find success in all
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hope to turn their record around.) "Live Oak can give anyone a real
endeavors. Thanks to all our
They face Live Oak, 1-7 for the year, tough game, repeated Godwin, em- your
at 6 p.m. Friday in the Gainesville phasizing that they have a bunch of Have a happy holiday, dear friends. friends.
High Gym. talent on the team. However, he said
from
"Live Oak is 1-7, but they have a they have a tendency to not play Thanks for letting us serve you.
lot of talent," said Coach Jay Godwin team basketball, relying on one-to- Alan, Liz, Wendy, Tony, Linda & Martie
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nadoes are the healthy return of game, but if they lose, it will be the itfifl
Frank Long and Cecil Jackson who loser of that game on Saturday.
are expected to make a difference in Four teams, Live Oak, Clay High, Fleet Financenter Hairplanes
this weekend's action. GHS and the Tornadoes are in the -
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With his team coming together, BHS won last year and is the defen-
Godwin says they will try to put ding champion.

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County.laua: nas been outstanding, an unusually good year for Bradford College classes begin in the SFCC Starke Center opened in the -It is announced plans were cancelled for a Wal-Mart store here.

The remodeled 1902 courthouse The Spirit of Bradford Marching Band of BHS rates the highest ever
county got a two-year community college of its own, a historic in competition.An .
happening brought to fruition by backer Guy Andrews. The old 1902
courthouse on Call Street in downtown Starke renovated and In September: Altoona FL trucker, Gary Lynn Taylor, gets 60 years in prison
parking lot stands was a The Telegraph gets a face lift by bricking in the east side of the, for his involvement in a wreck that killed four persons in the Lamar
now beside it after a $900,000 project which also has
and the front Crawford
sparked interest in the building facing Call Street to match the remodeled c ur- family.
downtown
of Starke.
redevelopment
thouse. The State District Court of
Appeals rules the 7-year prison sentence
The downtown redevelopment project stalled after an 18-18 vote of Citizens donate knee braces for varsity football players to prevent for Blaine Thompson, who pleaded guilty to trafficking in cocaine, was
property owners affected, but a new effort is under way to raise funds injuries. too harsh. Thompson is to be resentenced.

without It a bond issue and to carry out the project step-by-step. County Commission Chairman Maxie Carter Jr donates $1,000 to J.R. (Jim) Lawson gets 30 months for violation of parole on sexual
was a great Fall for Bradford sports fans as a very outstanding the SFCC Center project, and to this day kids the other four commis- battery charges.
state Bradford High football team, with a 12-1 record, went all the way to the sioners about it, challenging them to donate $1,000 each. SFCC Starke announces it is looking forward to greater growth and
the championship 20 game before losing. It was the best football team in Starke residents get to pay Vi-cent per kilowatt more for electricity an expanded class schedule
past years. under an order from the state Public Service Commission to make its
Under a program started in 1984 by then Chamber President J.E. In December:
commercial and residential
Tomlinson, Starke in 1985 qualified as a Blue Chip Community under a rates closer to being equal. Complainant in There is no support on the Starke Commission for a user fee to be
this is business
program by the Florida Department of Commerce, which is supposedto a which is the install recipient of a $50,000 loan from the coun- charged for fire and police protection. The city does not need additional
tout Starke and Bradford County to industrial prospects. The ty Development Authority to air-conditioners, and resulted in income at this time, says Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Jr.
Chamber has also organized a Targeted Industries Committee and is residential rates being raised, not commercial rates being lowered Willie Strong edges Leon Wilkerson by five votes, 78-73, to give
Prof C.C. Anderson of
Lawtey is honored by former students for his
considering an industrial development program. Lawtey black majority on the city commission. Al Anderson, also
40-year career in education, six years after he retired. black, is unopposed for the clerk's
1985 also saw a new $7 million 25-bed hospital construction projectget city job.
under way by Santa Fe Health Care Systems, Inc. which operatesthe In October: Borrow pit operator Jack Fagan is fined $25 after a year's battle
hospital. The present hospital will be remodeled for support ser- An 18-18 tie vote of downtown property owners stalls a downtown with the County over improvements in safety precautions to the pit on
vices when the new one is in operation some time in 1986. redevelopment project. A new effort is under way, however, by factions Speedvllle near Keystone Heights. County commissioners feel it is very
A $200,000 project by the City of Starke is renovating the city's electrical from both sides. difficult to enforce ordinances about such things as garbage disposaland

distribution system. The money was saved over the past year by Lewis Jacob (L.J.) Norman is found guilty, in a second two-day safety rules. Commissioners feel the court does not back the
the city's purchase of electricity with its $1.5 million new two-way tie-in trial, of delivery and sale of cocaine and conspiracy to traffick in co- elected body up.
with Florida Power & Light placing the city on the Florida Power index caine. A presentence investigation has been completed; meanwhile The BHS football team stuns Tallahassee Godby 16-6 in the state
and enabling the city to purchase current from the least expensivesource Norman awaits sentencing and is free on his original bond. Class 3A semi-final football game in Tallahassee, setting state cham-
thus saving the $200,000 for the much-needed renovation of the -J.R. (Jim) Lawson pleads not guilty to new charges of sexual battery pionship dreams to dancing in the heads of Bradford fans But the best
distribution systerm. Lawson was arrested for violation of parole on the original Bradford team in 20 years fell the next week 28-20 to Bartow in the
On the lighter side, Starke and Bradford County has their first charges and sentenced to 30 years in prison. state championship. Still, it was a great football year
Florida Citrus Queen in Vicki Carver, the daughter of Phyllis and Jay State DOT approves 301 highway beautification plans to plant grass Brooker garbage rates go up $1.50 per month.
Carver of Country Club Estates. A student at Florida Southern Collegein and shrubbery in seven 301 medians. The Humane Society pushes the City of Starke to improve conditionsat
Lakeland, Vicki was crowned Florida Citrus Queen in Nov. 1984 and its dog pound or put the animals to sleep.

served during 1985, getting to travel all over the United States pro- In November: Bradford County may get a vegetable buyer* for the Spring of 1986, if
moting Florida's citrus products. enough acreage is grown here. -

On the heavier side, Bradford County has a $677,000 budget deficit, employees City Commission in uniform tightens to improve Starke's appearance.buying habits Even and workers puts in city dirty Starke Elementary walkways, long discussed, actually are under
construction.
meaning the county's current income is $677,000 less than its 1985 expenditures jobs should start out the
and clean
neat said
day Commissioner
A loss, as is expected, of the curent $325,000 in federal non Silcox. Ver- Bradford has a good chance at industry, the community has advan-
revenue sharing funds would increase the deficit to over $1 million. Erika Gruen tages for the right type of business, an industrial developer tells city
of ,
daughter Dr and Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke, is and officials.'Humanitarian .
county
Residents are facing increased taxes in one way or another, probably crowned of 1985 BHS
queen homecoming.
in new user fees for such services as garbage collection and landfill Waldo Police Chief Julius Joyce Riherd is honored by fellow citizens upon
Eunice, a Lawtey area native is
operations, operation of the county library, etc. Road paving carried on reinstated after retirement after 28 years as a county health nurse.
a hearing on a reprimand about drinking while on duty -A fund for the redevelopment of downtown Starke is set the
for the past few years might also come to a halt. So far, county com- The up by
missioners have only talked about increasing fees. charges were brought by his fellow policemen. City Commission.

All-in-all, 1985 was quite a notable year. Some of the happenings each Runners
month during 1985 were... I Readying _


In January:
For
The Community Commission passes an ordinance establishing a Track

000-acre-plus conservation mining district, protecting the Santa Fe Gearing-up for the New Year r -
Swamp and other environmentally sensitive areas from development.A the BHS boys and girls track teams are t Al! Hallmark Items "
new $230,000 cafetorium goes into operation at Brooker Elemen- under the direction of veteran coach Vary
tary, giving every school in the county a modern eating facility. "
George Loper. truck
Work after the I In Store Ultimate In Sound
begins cleaning up interior of Phase I of Bradford With a re-topped track that has a
High School was destroyed by fire Dec. 12, 1984. For the second never had a meet run on it, the Tor- 3 Speaker System
semester of the 84-85 term students from the 14 classes were transferred 1/2 Off '
nadoes are looking forward to a big BOOKS
Enclosed In Carpet Fit

to the vo-tech center, which had space. Students returned to Phase in the ,
season new
1 for the opening of school in June 1985. year. CARDS Behind Most Seats
Practice starts for the Tordado ? Selection
Freezing temperatures hang on for 42 hours here the week of when classes GIFTS Large '
runners resume on $19900
Of Older 45 BPMRECORDS
January 21 with thermometer recording readings as low as 7 and 8 Jan. 7 at the track.
degrees. City feeder lines could not handle the load, and schools closedtor
two First meet for both boys and girls k FTU SSanyo
days.A teams is the University of Florida $5995
set of triplets, one of whom is Brooke Williams, daughter of Morris High School Indoor Invitational set CAA STEREO
and Sharon Williams of Starke, were reunited in Starke for the first
for the O-Dome Feb. 8.This is the on- STOREWIDE
time since birth. Brooke's sister and brother are Jennifer Hartsook of ly indoor meet the Tornadoes will
Gordonsville, VA and Scott Breeden of Scottsville, VA The tripletswere their
run in during season.
adopted and separted at birth. w d it
First shot for the outdoor season
Blame Thompson, Starke businessman and former school board will be Feb. 22 at the Sandalwood In-
member, is sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to vitational in Jacksonville.The Color

trafficking in cocaine. Bradford Invitational is on a TYv.
Ray Norman, vice-president of the Community State Bank of again for this year, according to SALE
Starke, is named Citizen of the Year by the Starke-Bradford Chamberof Coach Loper, with better weather
Commerce. BHS Student Body President Lenore Welty is named than last year expected. Set to run .+
outstanding student of the year, and Rev. Arthur Lee, III is recipient of later in the season, the meet attracts Gibraltar Television

the Humanitarian Award. many of the better high school run- $29900

ners in Northeast Florida.In .
In February: Financing AvillaMi Paymenliit
85, a downpour that bubbledthe CLEARANCE
-A state suit concerning conditions at the Bradford County jail surprises newly resurfaced track forced low it '24.00 par month ,
local officials. The legal battle isn't over. Department of Correc-
cancelation of the meet on the Satur-
tions inspectors keep finding things wrong with the 30-year-old jail, day it was scheduled to be run. After Christmas
Sheriff Dolph Reddish and the County Commission keep making the "
The track surface was a center of a "R' SPECIAL!
changes asked, but the pressure is still on by DOC for a new jail.In controversy last year, requiring ex- rcu

:March: tensive work from the contractor to _s

The largest forest fire in more than two decades sweeps over 605 smooth and seal the surface after
acres of ITT-Rayonier timberland south of Sampson Lake last March 7, repaving. According to architect Al
wiping out 73 acres of small pines planted in 1980 and severely larger Dompe, the surface bubbled becauseof
trees planted in 7172. ground water and lack of o
drainage in the areaWrestlers .

In April: ReadyFor j
Tracie Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark of Starke, is
crowned 1985 Bradford County Strawberry Queen.
Garbage problems won't go away. Faced with increasingly stringent Lake WeirThe Sharp VCR Financing Available
rules regulating garbage disposal from the state Department of En- for Payments
vironmental Regulation (DER), area city and county officials meet BHS grapplers go to the mat Rent $ 2'7 fl 0 0 as low as
April 29 in Green Cove Springs to discuss building a regionallybuiltlarge on Tuesday, Jan. 7, with visiting VCR A $27.00 per month Home
incinerator to burn garbage, and the escaping methane gas couldbe Laker Weir, who has beaten them on 2 Movies ii
used to produce electricity. an earlier meeting. Mon.-Thur. Rent 3 Movies
This is the first home match of the e7.60 $ Entertainment
Inlay: : year for the Tornado wrestlers, and for 5.00
Parents of Starke Elementary students tell the school board the starts at 7 p.m. in the BHS gym. Rent Movies Sat, ratura Mon. 10% Off All Guitars Concepts
school is forgotten. Since then, SE has had carpeting installed in some According to Coach David Tew, In Stock
rooms and is the first school to get new walkways. one of the spots that have been lost to Panasonic T120Recording Bradford Square Shopping Ccnti '
Closing of the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center is envisioned by its forfeits all year long will be filled by Tape
director, David Smith, because of low attendance. However, the Tommy Jones In the 98-pound class. 6 Hour fen 10% Oft 964.6946 /
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there. And, the center is getting back some students who left school CHURCH OF GOD or Buy by the Case ORGAN 8"
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Dwayne Hardee is named the new Starke fire chief, replacing the Walter F. Montz, Pastor :2449 SPEAKERS

retiring Chief Bobby Lewis We invite you to worship with us. 0$4500
Vetern educator Paul Hutchins announces his retirement after 32 Attended Nursery

.years of teaching agriculture. Sunday School . . 10 am
200 graduating seniors from BHS are told to "know yourself" by Morning Worship . . Him
commencement speaker Debra Gianouhs, co-anchor for TV-4 of Evening Service . . 8 pm

Jacksonville Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm

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January. Temperatures climb to 104.
-Dr. Al Rother is named principal of BHS.

-J.R. (Jim) Lawson, local car salesman and former school board Store wide After Christmas Sale
member, pleads no contest to child abuse and was placed on probation
for 15 years.

Starke and Bradford County officially become a Blue Chip Com-
munity by qualifying for a program operated by the Florida Depart-
ment of Revenue. The program may expose the local area to industrial

prospects.-Com telephone calls go up to 25 cents. All Gifts 1/2

BHS Science Instructor Sandy Smith is named Teacher-of-the-Year. Off

Bradford Hospital, Inc. gains accreditation from the Joint Commission
on Accreditation of Hospitals.

The county buys a new $107,000 garbage compactor, which will ex-
tend the life of the landfill by several years by better compaction of the
garbage.

In July e All
-A "Devil Wind" roars through Bradford County, damaging mach

property, but injuring no one.
Announcement that a Wal-Mart store is to be located on US-301 on r + Q4w
the current KOA Campground site made the lead story in the The ? ,,,

Telegraph. That falls through later, however. 1/2
School teachers get a 7.3 percent salary increase, with 6.5 percentfor Off
86.87. It leaves the school district short of needed building expan-
sion funds, however.
roll The 1985 county tax roll is $172,192,940, up $7 million over the '84 _


an August:
Lights Out! A 58-minute blackout of the entire City of Starke is caus-
Other Itemsat
ed in August by a foul-up in the Florida Power & Light maintenance Many

yard on Colley Road by an FPL maintenance crew.A .
dozen 3,000-year-old Timuquan Indian canoes are found in diggings -
Strickland's Peat McRae on SR.214 northeast of 1/2
on Farm near Price f, *,\

Keystone Heights, attracting considerable interest by University of . ? aTM E
Florida Anthropology Department specialists.One 1
frit relinngl *Wi tWtiV wh f.Illi otf 4evtW r el r.co'( olnir>m
of the most bizarre murder trials in history gets under way C n af!t 4; rjbfwara an*r.r> SHOP
when 30-year-old Debra Bannister, the wife of murder victim John Hurry Sale Ends ( ( \\ now.fall t6 \

Joseph Bannister, goes on tn.J for plotting the death of her husband SUiiteh ftflh* Swini tt4 CW'a/itt q t u,ill roy tri ,i lU ; f sea-s764

with her lover, Jonn wayne Hearn, who comessed to the murder of Tues. Jan. 7 at 5 pm L Stark*.Floc
Bannister to save himself from the electric chair. After a 4-day trial ,
Mrs Bannister is subsequently convicted of second degree murder ana

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Mark Frledll., BCT Staff Writer cooking procedure to make good syrup."
The cold, crisp northern air of Winter is making its The process sta rts for Rosier and other farmers each
presence felt across this three county area and as it fall when the plants grow tall and slender in the
does, sweet cane juice is rising in long, graceful green Autumn weather and the sweet sugar juice starts form-
stalks for the steadily dwindling number of real sugar ing in the stalks. The sweetest part of the plant is at the
cane farmers who still make their cane syrup in the old bottom, where the concentration is the highest and the
fashioned method. cane is at its' densest point.
Just off Hwy. 301 "north of Starke and south of "I like the bottoms, Rosier confirmes, "I always
Lawtey" lies a small farm owned by Shelbert Rosier brew up a few bottles of syrup for our own use from
where local folks "in the know"about such things go to nothing but bottom stalks. I drink the raw juice as well.
buy some of the sweetest sugar cane syrup around. There's nothing like raw, bottom of the cane juice on a
Rosier's sugar cane plants had grown up to a height cold morning to perk you right up."
over seven feet high in late November when he started The canes are cut with a special tool similar to a
making his syrup-carrying on'a tradition he inherited machete which is used to slice the plants at the bottomof
from his father over 40 years ago, a tradition that may the stalk, then trim the leaves from the main stalk
one day may die out completely in this area as the old with two quick motions; Rosier has two of the devices
cane mills shut down for good.Surrounded which are over 30 years old, and bundled up in a big
by Sugarcane pile near the rear of the mill-shed.

Rosier and his wife Carrie Mae live in a cozy far- !Antique Mill

mhouse surrounded on three sides by cane fields, with The canes are then fed by hand into the ancient mill,
the old mill in the back yard adjoining a special cook
the machinery dates back to the 1920's, and slowly fed
ing room for the syrup. Rosier learned the somewhat into the twin grinders, which press the juice out of the
intricate syrup making method from his father Carlis stalks in a thin yellowish-green stream out the back of <, ti\t
Rosier and has been proud to carry on the traditionever the mill. kt \

since. The mill is powered by an old tractor motor, which is : t
"My wife kids me sometimes about still makingcane
itself connected to the
quite an antique apparatus by a
syrup for people, she says I just do it because my rubber belt which cranks it along at a sedate pace, r
father did it," Rosier said as he walked out along the perfect for squeezing golden juice out of the thick, hard )
rows of cane "It makes me proud to keep the mill run- stalks. +1A'r

ning because he taught me everything I know but I tell "This is a smaller mill but it works along at just the
you-1 grow cane because people come from all over to "
right for me, Rosier said. "All of the parts in this
pace t
buy the syrup and also because I hate to see it die out,
mill are the original. I've seen some newer equipment,
and it's It involves lot of hard work
going to, one day. a 11s
but get to know machinery after so
you your many
and bother but I think the rewards worth it.
are My "
years of working with it, so it's hard to change.
he he won't have the time to
son, says probably mess
The raw cane juice is poured into a four-foot-wide
with it and I really can't blame him, but it will be sad to
steel cooking vessel in the cooking room next, heat be-
see it pass on ing supplied by a burner buried underneath the
Rosier said he really didn't make much of an effort to gas I t
container in the earthen floor.
learn the method from his father when
exact '
cooking
"I'm proud of this arrangement, this is one improve-
he in the "for the fun ofit" k kI
was young, assisting process "
ment I had to have as I got older, Rosier says. "We used -
he faced with the
until one day, was suddenly prospect to have to burn firewood under the old cooker and I
of his first batch his after his
making on own
tell you, that was a job when I was just a kid. That'sprobably
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father ,
passed away. why I didn't know the exact timing on the A
Too Much AdviceHe first batch. I was too busy keeping the fire going just

had plenty of advice from relatives though, too right to suit my father. He could be real particular
much for his own good at first. about the amount of heat he put on the cooker. If you
"Well I was pretty nervous, it was the first time I did don't get it just right, the skimmings won't come to the
the whole process myself, and I had all my relatives surface"and if they won't, you can't get them out of the a ;te

telling me what to do- how long to cook the juice, what syrup. _
temperatures to go with, they thought they had When the heat is right the skimmings rise the surfacein
everything worked out," Rosier remembered with gentle "waves", allowing Rosier to scoop them from
chuckle. "Well,the first batch turned into solid sugar." the surface of the broiling batch with a wooden ladle
The batch had not been allowed to cook for the right The process, with Rosier in charge, produces syrup as Iv
time period. clear as a bell and he makes sure, holding each bottleup

"We saved some of it but from then on, they listenedto to a light in the cooking room to personally inspecthis

me when it came to the cooking," Rosier says with a product.
smile. "I had a feeling I knew how long to to cook the Each Batch Different '
( raw cane jwce that comes from the mill), I '
juiceCthe "Every batch is a little different, so you need to 1r
:just wasn't" sure because I had never done it on my own check it yourself and I like to do it right under this little .. s I

before. light bulb here, Rosier said with pride as he held up
Skill Grows one of the bottles of amber-colored syrup under the
Rosier became more and more skilled at the cooking light. "This bottle here is just about perfect. As you can
process in time, which is the most difficult part of the see, there nothing solid in the liquid- just right. On the
syrup-making procedure, a tricky process in which the other hand this bottleC(removing an older container
heat and cooking time have to be carefully regulated.No from a shelf) is a batch that didn't cook right. When
written instructions here Rosier goes by "feel". you look into the bottle you can see tiny little strands of
The broiling vat of liquid juice must also be carefully crystalized sugar. That means one of the two things -
stirred at certain intervals to remove the either you didn't cook it for the right time or at the
"skimmings" a thin, white layer of cane pulp and other right temperature or you didn't get all the skimmingsout.
Impurities in the juice the mill let through the grinding You've got to check out every batch."
process."If Rosier has been doing plenty of checking in the past 4 '
you don't cook it right, not all the skimmings will few years as word of his syrup has spread far and wide. y' '
the surface while the is Rosier f
come to juice cooking, h A' M1A
said. "The best syrup comes from the right cooking "We had people come from as far away as South A\i
method and proper filtration to remove the skimmings.I've Florida and stop by and buy up big batches," Rosier a \ f v
seen plenty of inferior batches from other mills says. "One thing I know for sure I'll be making it as
where they just didn't have the right timing on their long as the good Lord lets me.

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A'. tr il.A lie is proud to carry on the tradition taught to him by his father Carlis
Rosier and remembers helping his father and learning the difficult! cook-
Ing process on this old mill set up In the back yard(bottom left). I
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HIIU\ .Iluunl I \ .', I'IKIiSinkhole


AVE THAT ENERGYL

I StabilizesBy I 1 \; ,:'fN1

Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
Linda Wharton The hole after being watched for
Located off 100 South towards take right on
Lake' Region Monitor EditorA several weeks, can be filled in, Dr. Keystone L 1
Beck said. There could be engineer 24th Street follow signs or

sinkhole expert and a geologist ing support involved if another Call 964.7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30:
from the University of Florida have structure is planned for this par-
determined that the sinkhole that occurred ticular area, but it would be more FALL IS FOR PLANTINGOur /. _
Saturday Dec. 21 at Park of economically feasible just to fill in EXTERIOR
the Palms was a natural the hole and leave it vacant. Winter Stock Inventory Includes.... HOME COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE
phenomenon. Corbin said it will be up to the parkto Azaleas, Dogwoods, various holly trees and shrubs Junipers and more. HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION -
fill in the hole and he will urge Mr. Available NOW... Paso stock and standard Anna Apples and Blueberries,wa have FIBERGLAS BAITS NEW OR OLD; CONSTRUCTION
Dr Barry F. Beck, director of the Erickson to have it fenced until that them all,ready lor'86 yields and grapes galore. Don't forget the figs! QUALITY INSTALLATION
Florida Sinkhole Research Institute time for his own liability. Erickson Fees o&aul&s 1tRhSAVE \.
in Orlando, said Monday that it appears took Corbin's advice and the hole Our Gift Shop Is Now Open Da- ot
from Free estimates on landscaping ft maintenance Call Ben Hlghtower at 964.7109 y0rNlg SAVE
a cursory examination of was fenced Tuesday. Georgia
viy
the hole, a check of wells and by Southern Railroad sent officials And Remember "All Nature Sings. of Jesus" ON HEATING h t 964.6956 I ON COOLING
talking to Park of the Palms down to check out the sinkhole since
residents, that no local cir- their tracks are only 200 yards from \ DEAN CASSELS INSULATION j 1
i umstances triggered the occurance the sinkhole. STARKE -
ni the sinkhole.Dr .


Beck and Bob Linquist, UF
!geologist, met with Clay Council
\I'IM! Defense and Safety Director
.J 1m Corbin at the site Monday to ex-
,UIl me the sinkhole, consider the cir-
umstances and geological aspects
]III order to deteermine the triggering
'mcch.inism.

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It appears to be part of the
natural( erosion cycle; Beck said,
\plaining that over a period of
\iars, the underground water
Astern has dissolved the limestone
hi-lf creating caverns underneath,
I hereby resulting in the collapse of
I the sand and clay above the
limestone and anything on it, which
nil imately drops into a void some 100 PRICES GOOD
tent down below as the sink opens BIGHTS

lid enlarges JANUARy'2-e.1SaS6 America's SupermarketTM| ,OHtMM SIUOU ...

ThIs particular sinkhole swallowed -
the entire residence of Park of the
Palms administrator Bill Erickson.
li\ Monday the hole had grown to 65
feet m diameter and was measuredit
40 feet deep. Most of the house DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD ONLY
,Ian gone and Dr. Beck speculated IN THESE COUNTIES: DUVAL,
''hat the garage attached to the e ST. JOHNS BAKER, NASSAU, CLAY,
!house next door would also go within O 0 PUTMAN AND BRADFORD.
I the next day or so. But, he predictedthat PLEASE PRESENT COUPONS WITH COUPON ITEMS
I t the hole would only grow slight. .
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How large is the cavity o 1 ____-.--coow.Coupons
underneath?? "It could be interconnected : w,wYw?M YY M>0 VMu W*OMl. Iw* Caww =.;:.c---
channels, or a network of "wrr Yr Mhr MrrYryMw lw
voids The void would be at least as JANUARY 2 8 1986 _
large as what fell in there," Dr.
Beck said.

What are the chances of this occurring ( : \v0fro thoj nQl S

again in this immediate ,,\.M.il d ilit'kr / WITH/
W'
vicinity "The odds are against it, t ):;
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but it might occur. There is not an ,." Ut1.: FREE 5x7
unusually large chance," Dr. Beck "Ii .11 1" / k j ". -' With Evpiy Coloi P,,nl Roll
said P Has there been an increase in E" G "
sinkhole activity in the last few /8noe 0 Q P Color, Film I Developing
years'1 "It is difficult to tell. We SQ
have no data to base it on. We have d / j'W" SINGH HUNT DOUBLEMINT
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reported sinkhole activity for the I 12 $2.59
past 25 years, but nothing before ;* exp :
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that time. Dr. Beck said many :. 1 6 exp, .'I' $3.29
S':4' / -
sinkholes unreported;' An instance : ___ m f :\" 2 !!x ';,. .,,$ .;99 --$4.69,, ,
is when they occur in an o : : 36 exp $5.29 $6.69
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orange grove. _- Oho
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happened to the 2,000 sq. ft.
home and the Erickson's personal MATCH CANNED GOODS
belongings that fell into the cavern?? MIX OR

have disappeared into the M r, SAOf TMRIPTV MAlO, .
voids .
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or caverns of the Floridian w T"M"Y MAID APPLE SAUCE
aquifer. "The material spreads out Ihr r d CUT SWEET i ..,.J.j'' vk GAL THMFTV UAIO VEGETABLE".. "vclww"SOUP.
.}MEI POTATOES is' APPLE JUICE :-PMII
into the limestone and goes into the lh Mai TOMATO SAUCE
11-01 TMinmr MAID 1M THflOTVUAlOCORNED
"
aquifer, the sinkhole expert said. BEEF
HARDEN GREEN
Dr Beck said the vertical walls of f M' w THMIFTVMAIDSTEM LIMAS.I irofl TMMPTVMMI CC \ TO"A'7rSTE;
this sinkhole appear to be "pretty i PIECESMUSHROOMS LUNCHEON MEAT ? BL''CK""EYE ''

durable" Many of the sinkholes hold C C3 CORNED 1fr" THAOTVMAIO HASH IhMu .... ."......PEAS.....
their steer slope. THNFTV MAlO 4HU miCl BMIAMIN LIGHT DARK
the residents of the non- VIENNA,,,, T"nrn SAUSAGE MMO rMrt BEEF STEW,,wv KIDNEY BEANS epL eA
denominational Christian community CIll MIXED VEGETABLES CUT ASPARAGUS 'w T""YrrMY. o Nf!
asked the question: What relation Ifrtt MICI MUWlll a 'w T"YNi1 Mwow IAOftg GREAT NORTHERN !tA .TI .
does the low lake level have to this Inn lyy STEWED TOMATOES 1MIW1 BEEDLESSRAISIN9 .. BEANS Mwo.
sinkhole occurance?? Dr. Beck says ?LMEi 'w r'rawYU" t L> TMmFTVMAlO w T"IrTr BEANS .
CHILI i BEANS OuICR QUICK GRITS CHILI -
this should have little effect. ,
Dr. Beck said that the amount of BAITS s' ooIoe
water being used by developers and 2 goo 'Ac" roe
industry in the northern part of the ii rrCCU
state and county would not affect the ,
>ccurance of a sinkhole in this area.
Security around the park was 1 Othrl
icavy Sunday and Monday, curiosi- Igid
seekers were turned away by Clay
ounty Sheriff Deputies. Corbin said
,ecurity of the area would probably a
>e maintained for several days. 1 : e I"rY'rw1
Keystone Volunteer Firemen con.'dbuted I
a total of 480 man hours insecurity povp
and safety watch. This I 1 0 /
i mount figures from 25 firemen
[responding for duty for 19 hours and E SE \
", minutes.
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Mark FrledllnHCT "This is also a project the inmates
Staff Writer have a good time doing. Plenty of
Inmates at Lawtey Correctional them know how great that first bike
Institution are doing their part to was. It makes it even better when 51
make Christmas more enjoyable for you might not have been expectingone
, disadvantaged youngsters this holiday in the first place. This is just
I season as part of a vocational another part of the extensive vaca-
education program. tional program we have going on
t Inmates at the facility's Wood here at L.C.I.The inmates are learn-
: working and Cabinet Shop have been ing basic skills they can put to good
busy refurbishing bycycles over the use when they get out."
I' past three months and distributedthem -P. V .
to needy chidren in the area The bikes were collected by area ; .
just in time for the holidays. sheriff's deputies that were listed as
According to Vocational Teaching stolen or were confiscated in arrests .
Supervisor Wayne Starling, the program made on bike thieves. Some of the
has big advantages to both bikes were never claimed by their ..
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the kids who receive the brightly owners after being reported miss- 4
painted bikes and to the inmates ing.
themselves. 16-20 men were involved in the pro-
"This is something we were ableto ject at any one time, according to
do in addition to making wooden Starling, who said the men got
toys for the kids this year in the effort started well painting and refurbishing -
to make this a good Christmasfor the bikes with new chains
these kids," Starling said of the and handlebars well in advance to
program in reference to the inmates make sure they can be picked up on
traditional toy-making project time.


Florida Players present "M iss Firecracker"efforts

The Florida to win the local beauty con-
Players will
present
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test and break away from small
award-winning playwright Beth
Henley's heartwarming town Brookhaven Mississippi.
"The Miss Firecracker comedy Contest, Henley's special blend of warmth New Bikes for the Needy..
beginning on Friday, Jan. 31. and humor and a cast of zany Those Inmates and officials at l.autcy ('ol"tt.ctlcnmlilistitute during painted and refurbished I
charecters all ad to rich, came up they ear they the bikes to give to needy'
a
Curtain time will be at 8:15: p.m. at up rewarding with a great: << idea for all of the hikes (oll<<<-<.t.' local Sheriff's deputies children just in time for ("hrl\lmn.
of theatre.'
Constans Theatre on the Universityof !! evening ,.
Tickets are $'Lou for the general
Florida Campus on Friday, Jan.
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ObituariesMrs.


Mary Arnold
She was the widow of the late
Henry tion of 1
Mrs Mary Speed Arnold, 86, of Howard of Bradford County. Johnson-Hayes Funeral Funeral services were held Saturday -
SlM' 'dville, died Dec. 21. Survivors include two daughters, Home of Gainesville.! Dec. 28, in Pine Level Baptist

Horn Oct 10, 1899 she lived in Mrs. Beatrice Starke of Jacksonvilleand Maxie Church with Rev. Roman Alvarez of I
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MM'cdville" all of her life. Mrs. Betty Polk of Callahan Phillips ficiating. Interment followed in Dyal
Survivors include daughter, Mrs. two sons, Charles and Ronald, both; Maxie Phillips, Jr., 60, of Cemetery under the direction of
HUMLee Calloway of Lake Butler; of Crescent, Ga.; step-mother Mrs. Earleton, died Tuesday, Dec. 24 at Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
i IN o sons Leroy Speed and Julious Louise Ward of Starke four sisters North Fla. Regional Hospital.
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',l>ced. both of Speedville; two Mrs. Ethel LaRoache;of Crescent, Born in Jacksonville, Mr. Phillips FINE SELECTION OF .

';i.imlchildren, Mrs. Mary Lee Ar- Mrs.Alma Rigdon,Mrs.Joyce Ward moved to Earleton in 1973 from FRUIT-NUT-SHADE : .I
'ncr of Putnam Hall and Terry and Mrs. Freddie Watterson, all Charleston, S.C. He was a mechanicfor In Memory Of My Father TREES; .
ulloway of Fort White ten Starke off Otis Elevator Co. and a member
brother
; great ; Robert Ward Ray Walker FLOWERING -
M r, uidchildren and six great-great- Starke sixteen of St. Johns Lodge No. 333 F &A.M. SHRUBS
; grandchildren and
5 February 24, 1985
rdndchildren. in Spartanburg, S.C. He was a
greatgrandchildren.Funeral It's been 10 months since & BERRY BUSHES
Funeral services were held Salur- services veteran of World War II. you've
were held in been
!'bat Pleasant Grove Crescent Survivors include his wife, Laura gone \
Baptist Baptist Church in
Crescent Time
nuroh with Rev. Phillips of Earleton two sons. Max- just seems to tarry on;
;
Eddie
Robinson
Ga.
,on Thursday, Dec. 19 with ie I miss you so, more every day
f delating. Wayne Phillips of Camp Leieune, .
burial following in ..
the church But 1 know
God had
N.C., and Robert Luther Phillips of to take you A.
!Mrs. Helen V. cemetery. Miller Funeral Home of Port Hueneme Calif. and six away. ...FVS -3g3af3&s :
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Egan Crescent Ga. _
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was charge of the grandchildren. He knows best for all our lives, :
Mrs Helen V. Egan, 90, of Starke services. He knows
Funeral services every tear that falls from
were held Satur-
> .0\! Favorite
Friday, Dec. Varieties.
27 in Alachua .
my eyes.There's
.i-neral" of day, Dec. 28 at Johnson-Hayes ...
Hospital Gainesville. Mrs. Gertrude
Meyer just something about
horn Chapel with the Rev.Clifford Melvin a
in Newburgh, N.Y., on Feb. Mrs. Gertrude Meyer, 82, of Parkof officiating. Burial followed in Father Peach
1895. Mrs
Egan moved to Starke the Palms of Keystone Heights, Evergreen Cemetery under the That a daughter cherishes so;
"> years ago from Keystone died Friday,Dec.27 at her residence direction of Johnson-Hayes Funeral It's the love you always showed me, Pear
'(fights She was a member of Com- following a long illness. Home. And the times you were always

unity Church of Keystone Heights. Born in Holland on Dec. 29, 1902, there. Plum 99
tin' was a retired teacher and social I just want to know I'll 5
'I1'k.t> Mrs. Meyer moved to Park of the Carl Joseph WilsonMr. you meet you
rjo'ulwral
Palms 13 years ago from Sussex, Carl someday, Red Bud
Joseph Wilson, 56, of
services were held in N.J. She was a homemaker and a To thank you for all the things you'dsay. each
i i ningside Starke, died Wednesday, Dec. 25, at
Cemetery in Syracuse, member of Park of the Palms his residence Many more
Local arrangements were Chapel. following a brief il- But for now, I miss you this
.1 nrlled by Jones Funeral Home of lness. ChristmasAnd
Survivors include one son,Peter J,
I I FeeItliss Born in Fairfax, S.C., on Oct. 17,
I love
Meyer of Hollywood Fla. and you more than
two anyone
grandchildren. 1929, Mr. Wilson moved to Starke 38 could ever know.

Bonnie Lou Graudon Funeral services were held Mon Level years ago.Baptist He was a and member retired of Pine Your Daughter DarleneIn These and others All Field Grown, Fresh Dug & Packaged

Mistbunnie: Lou Graudon, 35, of day, Dec. 30, in Park of the Palms a
ill.ihassee, died Thursday,Dec.26, Chapel with Mr. Ernest Woodhouse carpenter and construction worker.He Memory of Ray WalkerIt's
was a veteran of World War II.
Machua General Hospital of officiating. Interment in Clove Christmas Time and I
was Survivors include miss your fjR BEFORE '
two daughters, You PLANT II' ."
mesville following a long illness. in Sussex smile """J''
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N.J.
under the Linda Bowen and HERE NOW
Bonnie I 1
Ben- #
Born Jan. 18, 1950 in Hershey,Pen. direction of Jones Funeral Home of ckowsky, both of Starke; two sons, And all the love we shared this __ FUMIGATE i i;' .
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-\ vanta. Miss Graudon moved while.
to
Keystone
Heights.
Joseph Wilson of Lake Butler and with '
illaluissee five years ago from Chuck Wilson of Starke mother, But I know you're in a happier place, '.itA'" VAPAM ,, ,,s' SEEDPOTATOES
i "I.htShe was a Protestant and a Ronald "Buddy" Noegel ; I can just imagine the smile on tell Kills Most weeds nematodes and >11
your
Zelma Clark of Charleston S.C. six
,' officer for ; _. soil botn disease
'int.: the Florida State Mr. face. tl ,
Ronald
crsity William "Buddy"Noegel brothers O.E. Cliff, J.B., Hugh, Allows better Riowtli .
ir Police Department. 41, of Starke, died Wednes Chris Clark and Carol! Clark, all of I'll meet you someday in Heaven,for
MII ivors include her mother, day, Dec. 25, at his residence sure Quart Red Pontiac or White Kmebec.
follow
.. Charleston, S.C.; two sisters, e Gallon
': v of Graudon, Park of Starke; brother, ing a long illness. Marion Carter and Betty Ackerman, And this Icve: of ours will forever en- Only I $289 Only $799 r
Orange ; two sisters, 1ge
Born in Ft. Lauderdale on March both of Charleston S.C. and five dure.Your Ib $749
Coverage
i iVnn Johns of ; 100 SQ ft. per qt
Mcintosh, Fla., (I
.Ian Oglesby of Keystone 31, 1944, Mr. Noegel was a lifelong grandchildren. Loving Wife Norma Jo APPLY 24 WEEKS( BEFORE PLANTING 50 lB. BAG ONLYROTOHOE /
resident of Starke. He was a
In!
member of St. Mark's Episcopal
t iinnral services were held Sun- Church and a veteran of the Vietnam
i Dec 29 in DeWitt C. Jones War. Celebrate New Year's Eve.

lutpH,. with Rev. Ballard Wilson of- Survivors include his wife, Barbara .. DOES MORE -. COSTS LESSGordon
slang Interment was in Crosby Lee Austin Noegel of Starke;
IK' Cemetery under the direction thenDON'T
daughter Amy Noegel and son Eric
ones i Funeral Home of Starke. p Noegel; sister, Mrs. Mary McNeillof ,V n l hot power it* wall bolanccd/ for voty opwolton It hot
Mrs. Lavonia Griffis Tallahassee; mother, Mrs. w chain d'... Hat treated high carbon Hn_.. tndap.ndnlwh
Elizabeth Noegel of Kingsley Lake. > COOKBring ..1 l and line ex lion" choice of forward, _.do.revert.
ii.s Lavonia Green Griffis, 84, of Funeral services were held Fri- on mat modal That. and other ,1.,...., plus our low
rue,. died Saturday, Dec 28, in day, Dec. 27 in DeWitt C. Jones the Family & Eat with Us price,m.....1.otc>Hoo terrific buy NOW

inspiring Pines Nursing Home Chapel with Father Gilbert Crosby
fit'"
(lowing a long illness. officiating. Interment was in Crosby New Year's r Model SP... 5 HP

Born in Bradford County on June Lake Cemetery under the directionof Day ., 2 speed... reg. 449.99 369"
190. Mrs. Griffis was a member Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
.race Baptist Church of Starke. Dinner Model904..4HP

d i was> a homemaker and the Erwin A. Nottke reg. 589.99 . . 499"16V4"
'KIOU! of the late Zenas Griffis. Mr. Erwin A. Nottke, 71, of ------.1 Model 910.. 5 HP
urvivors include two brothers, Melrose, died Wednesday, Dec. 25 in 4speed&reverse
'ilte E Green of ,
Starke and Jacob
>jreen of Plant City; sister, Mary Alachua Born in General Chicago Hospital., Mr. Nottke mov- $4 95 Gauge Steel, Timreq.. 779.99 . . 66999Heavy

Brown of Groveland; and several ed to Melrose 18 years ago from I ," kin Bearings on Sha Model 990... 6 HP
1 'I and 1f 1Serving
ces
nephews. Brookfield, Ill. He was a retired Top & Side Feed. 4 speed& reverse-
i uneral services were held Tues- quality control and 11 to 3 Traction tires..
a.m.
Dec 31 in Grace Baptist Church engineer a p.m. Model 500H 99
th Rev Don Scheetz officiating. Lutheran member Church.of the Gethsemane 5 HP reg. 519.99 reg 909.99. . . 789

>ni'rment. followed in Kingsley Lake Survivors include his wife, An- Fresh Roast Pork and Gravy Model 990 8 HP

.,,'l,,'Funeral Home the of direction Starke. of nette Nottke of Melrose; son,Ronald Black-eye Peas with Ham Hock 44999 4 speed" & reverse Reg.$999.99r879"

William Nottke of Mena, Ark.; other models ft sizes 16'% traction! ,"?
Mrs. Callie Howard daughter, Judith Ann Budny of Steamed Rice or Whipped Potatoes .----,--... tread tires . . .
Keystone; brother, Arthur Nottke of
\lrs Callie Ward Howard of Cres- Lumbard, III.; and 11 grand- Stewed Tomatoes
:n' Ga.. died Dec. 16 in Methodist children.
ospital in Jacksonville after a brief Memorial services were held Rolls and ButterECno LAWN & GARDEN LORIDA

Inebl> Saturday, Dec. 28 at Gethsemane
Born April 15, 1912, Mrs. Howard Lutheran Church with Pastor John LodgeU.S. CENTER REST

ic daughter of the late W.C. Ward. Keiser officiating. Burial was in 539 E. Call Street Starke 'CONTROL
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The following individuals were arrested was arrested Dec. 27 for DWLS, according Callahan was arrested Dec. 28 for Alachua County was arrested Dec. 170075. He was released on his own released on his own recognizance on
in Bradford County for traffic to Patrolman John Hodges.He DUI, according to Trooper D. C. 24 for OWLS, according to TrooperB. recognizance.Sean both charges.
violations by local authorities. was released after a $210 surety Roberts. Bond was set at $325 he A. Williams. He was released
bond was posted. was released on his own after a $210 surety bond was posted. Kevin Dewitt of Walthorville, John Craig Willis, 35. of Clay
recognizance. Ga., driving a 1985 Plymouth was ar County was arrested Dec.22 for DUI
Lois Wanda Daniel, 28, of Brad- Eddie James Mulberry 26, of Marion Thomas Lee,64,of La wtey rested Dec. 21 for NVDL, accordingto and DWLS, according to Patrolman
ford County was arrested Dec.23 for Gainesville was arrested Dec. 29 for was arrested Dec. 20 for DWI, Patrolman Spears. Bond was set Hodges. Bond was set at $700. Willisis
driving while intoxicated (DWI or no valid driver's license (NVDL) Ernest Albert Varnes, 37, was arrested DWLS, carrying a concealed at $1&').75. Dewitt was also chargedon being detained for Putman County
DUI and driving while license and Improper tag, according to Dec. 25 for DUI and impropertag firearm and resisting arresting officer a warrant from Pinellas Countyfor where an outstanding warrant
suspended (OWLS), according to Brooker Marshal D. L. Williams. He according to Patrolman K. R. with violence according to Lt. failure to appear for a battery charging failure to pay fine is
Patrolman M. D. Spears. Bond was was released after a $100 cash bond Hinds, Jr. He was released after a William Tillotson. Bond was set at charge. Bond was set! lit $513: he was against him.
set at $535.James was posted. $350 surety bond was posted.

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New Year's With Us ,
is still time to register for Party [I] Iftc.sA If,'_ ((1
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, Community College Starke Center in 301 LIQUORS H J BANKING
i the old Bradford Courthouse. hn n
! Classes begin next Tuesday, Jan. 7, y _
I and run until April 30. LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE l I ID 1
I Although registration for daytime In iHOURS

i. classes according has to been Dr. Bernie especially McFadden heavy,, 1 Mile North of Starke, Fla. on U.S. 301 n

I there are still seats available in all (!
! classes. In addition to basic classes OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK : V for the

such as Math, English History, and Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2
\ Social Sciences, a wide variety of
\ other courses is being offered, including Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1to 11 (
f. First Aid, New Testament NEW YEAR'SHOLIDAY
\ Art Appreciation, Human Growth
Ii; and Development, Accounting, .
;I Anatomy and Physiology
1: Economics, BASIC Computer '
'
I} Language Computer Concepts, MUSIC
I Computer Software and Introduction _
i to Ethics. [Thursday Saturday
With the expanded program in the WE WILL BE CLOSEDNEW
new SFCC Starke Center a local student Starts at 9 t
can get an A.A. degree takingall
at 7
his courses in Starke. Classes are Sunday YEAR'S DAY M
also open to non-degree seeking
students who wish to take one or
more classes for their own enjoy- WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1 ONLY
ment or enrichment. ,

from Registration 8 a.m. to 4 is p.m.continuing, with a special daily HOLIDAYGREETINGS Regular Banking Hours Will Be Observed Rest of the Week

evening session Monday, Jan. 6,
from 6 to 8 p.m.
For more information, call Lila COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Rae Yawn at 9645382. I


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the warranty document far a lull .plln.Uon of w..nly coverage, uclullonl, .nd the
dl.I.1 repair obllg.Uonl. Under State law "Impll.d watrantles" may gl.. you even mars
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SYSTEMS COVERED DURATION
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I Engln. Sysl.m. All Internally lubricated parts ,including, 3 Months or 3000 Wiles Limited Warranty /
I t harmonic balancer oil pan; valve, covers intake and exhaust' whichever( comes first) y I
a
manilold, oil, pump water pump fuel delivery pump Ian and a
r Ian clutch engine, mounts, rotors, rotor seals, rotor chambereccentric .
S 1 shall I and bearings and all other internally' lubricated
parts, ot a rotary engine., (Coverage limited to ;the above listed:
parts) JAN. 2-10 a.m.
Automatic or Standard Transmls.lon/Transfar/ Case 3 Month or 3000 Mil. Limit.d W.rTlntvSy..m ,
: All ,internally' lubricated. pans contained, wilrtin, the (whichever comes first")
a.-' transmission' case transfer case,and/or torque convener case, BE THERE EARLY!
.-.n.U: ,Ilex plate, transmission' mounts, oil pan (Coverage limited,. tome ,
above listed parts)

\ .% V\\ Drive Aile System (Front and Rear): All internally 3 Months' or.3.000 Miles Limited Warranty 'ft-0>>1. 79V 70v
lubricated. parts contained. within, the drive axle housing (Ironl} (whichever, comes first) "1(laC
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universal joints, (Coverage limited to the above listed' pans) tI/1 SAVE
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B SERVICE CONTRACT.AsaniceJnlraclis.vallab4at.ncabscharge on thisvehtcl..Askford.tatl.u, UP 70Z
to coverege deductible' ,price,and exclusions.If you buy service contract within DO days ol 'the time of sale,
state law 'lmplled; warrant/! may give you additional rights.I t
s t PRE PURCHASE INSPECTION THE DEALER IF YOU MAY HAVE THIS VEHICLE INSPECTED 8V YOUR a
MECHANIC EITHER ON OR OFF THE LOT. TO
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'that may occur In used motor vehicles.We've.



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following defendants received under Salvation Army supervision, David Frazier pled no contest to Axel D. Barnes pled no contest to before Judge George H.Pierce. Elvon Phillip Cornett pled guiltyto
final disposition Dec. 3 in Bradford must attend Bradford Union conduct and
disorderly was fined retail theft and was placed on six wilful-wanton reckless driving
County Misdemeanor Court. Guidance Clinic, violate no laws, $100. months court probation, violate no Charles Homar Crowley pled no and was fined $289.50, must attend
stay away from places that sell Jessie B. Simmons pled guilty to laws and pay$35 costs. contest to possession of cannabis counseling, complete 50 hours com-
David John Biermann pled no contest alcohol and complete 50 hours com- retail theft and was fined$100.75. and was ordered to pay$127. munity work and placed on six mon-
to battery and was ordered to munity work. Debra S. Hightower pled no contest Docket CalendarThe ths Salvation Army probation.
pay $75 court costs. William F. Whitmann, III pled no to retail theft and was placed on Tom .
Corby Brenneman chargedwith Martin George Smith pled guilty
Pearlie Mae Simmons pled guilty contest to possession of cannabisand court supervision for six months, following defendants received
driving while Intoxicated pled to petit theft, failure to and
final appear
disposition Dec. 3 In Bradford
to disorderly ordered ,
intoxication and ordered to $50 court to attend
was was pay counseling
pay contest
County Court. Their cases no to wilful-wanton reckless was sentenced to 45 days in jail with
placed months court costs and appearedon
on six probation costs $35 violate no laws.
the Motion And Docket CnVnrinr" driving and was fined credit for time served.

$499.50.v Starke Man ChargedIn

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TERWILLEGAR MOTORSand Willie Kenny DeSue was arrested
Dec. 27 for leaving the scene of an
accident with property damage and
FORD MOTOR CREDIT There are said to be two million comets In the solar system. no Sgt.valid Greg driving Nichols.license, accordingto

:' 1 VER 20 MILLION SOLD WORLDWIDE I DeSue turned from CR-100 onto
Bay Street into the path of another
\ damage vehicle to causing each of the$1,000 vehicles.property
First Sale of 1986 DeSue was released after a$337.50

C0101\. ? 't\O N9i surety bond was posted.


and What A Deal N!! D '" S't: A!i' _H. County following CourtMisdemeanor individuals FinalsThe received

final disposition in Bradford County
Misdemeanor Court Dec. 17 before
Judge George H. Pierce.
I
Si Lewis Larry Bernard pled guilty
An sale of __ to drinking intoxicating beverage in
unprecedented one day and
public was placed on six months
Tbyostove kerosene heaters at court probation, must attend BU
unbelievable savings. Guidance Clinic for therapy, must
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violate no laws (court costs were
Aol 48 Month All new,UL.approved heaters t suspended).
Danny R. Bass pled guilty topossession
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Models of Portable contest to driving while intoxicatedand
was fined $624.50, license I
Kerosene Heaters suspended five years, ten days in
jail,must attend DWI school,Salva- I
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OPPORTUNITIESGOOD NOTICE CARS-TRUCKS
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK LAKE lOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted
Mobil Homes and spaces for rant. Owner will finance $161 per month to the Lake Region Monitor office
Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone BUSINESS FOR SALE $10.000 473.4367. tfnchg 12/6 In writing and paid In advance CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. should be sub 171 Plymouth Trellduster 4x4 Power
964-7498 9/16 tin down. OWNER will finance and supply tOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, ready unless credit Is already establishedwith milted to the Union County Times o)- steering and brakes, A/C. conveitible
EFFICIENCIES. studios and on. BR apartments merchandise on consignment. to move on. Power, well septic and this office flee In writing and paid In advance hard lop 15.2 miles per gallon. $?5OO,
Electricity included. Low weakly 1-904-373-1917 11/28: TF lence $6.499 390985 or 473.3024, MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD unless credit Is already establishedwilh firm Coll 375.2776. 12/24 2tch0. 12/31
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2314 N. T.mpl. Av. fin American Dream. Your own business CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD tractor. Auction to be held 1.7.86 at 12
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 and a beautiful EUREKA LOG HOME for FOR RENT ';HE TELEPHONE RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN noon across from Formers and
BA opt. For more Information call Lak. only 19000. Call FREE 1-110O-643.8344. Minimum charge is IS words for$2.75, CLASSIFIEDS. WHEN AD. IS TAKEN OVER Dealers Bonk Coll 4962101. ",hg.

Butler Apt 496.3141, Equal Opportunity fcan 255MOBILE LAKEFRONT Mobile home 2 BR 2 8.... then 10 cents for each word thereafter THE TELEPHONE. 12/31
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ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N. 17 central water/sewer, 85 hook-ups, year round. 473.4186. Stchg 12/19.1/2 NOON prior to Thursday publication.Minimum HOMES
T.mpl. Av. in downtown Storke. pavd rood. lake frontage, some commercial FURNISHED MH Melrose area Hat Want Ads Get Results charge is 15 words for $2.75,
SO$75/week Including utilities. No : $385,000. Triton Realty Inc., porch on one acre. Responsible coupleor then 10 cents for each word thereafter.
Jim C.. 9046982100.: fcan 250 bachelor preferred. $175 per month .
deposits r.qulr.d. 964-5139 or Government Homes from $1 (U repair)
plus deposit 1684.6634 475-2694.
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR or
964.6566.10/3 TF : Also delinquent tax property. Call
2 BR MOBILE HOME elate to city. No ladies apparel children, large size 12/19 tlnchg HELP WANTED 1(805)687.6000.( ) Ext. GH.1136. for Information -
pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call petite, combination store, maternity REAL ESTATE 12/19 Btpd. 2/6
468.1323.1013 TF accessories. Jordache Chic, Lee, Levi CARS. TRUCKS $60 PER HUNDRED PAID FOR REMAILINC OUT OF AREA Three bedroom two bath concrete
LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concrete E Z Street Izod, Esprit Tomboy. Calvin & BOATS LETTERS FROM HOME! Send sell- block inside city limits of Lake Butler
patio water furnished close to prison. Klein Sergio Valente. Evan Picone, Liz addressed stamped envelope for In Good condition. Call 496.2066. 12/31
$95/mo. 964.7530 or 468.1323. 10/3 TF Claiborn. Members Only Gasoline formation/application. Associates LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL. PIECE OF PRO- 2tpd 1/9
TWO BEDROOM! I both house In town. Healthtex, over 1000 others. $13,300 to 1979 PONTIAC GRAND LE MANS Slotionwagon Box 95.B. Rosselle, NJ 07203. lOlpd pERTY III I don't have it, I'll find itJust
Call 904-437-3308 b.tw..n 830-530 $24,9OO Inventory, training fixtures, PB/PS. AC/Heater. AM/FM 12/12.2/13 ask. JANE S. USHER REALTOR. LAND FOR SALE
MonFri H/28TF grand opening etc. Can open 15 days. radio,stereo. S100O. 473.3139 alter 5 496' .2126 or 496.2903, eves "YOUR
NO DEPOSITS) utilities lurnished 1BR Mr. Louqhlln ((612)) 888-6555. Itpd 1/2 p.m. Itchg 1/2 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn
apartments with kitchens, located next Need Mountain land lor sole by owner $100
MOBILE HOMES down, owner financed 2 acre tracts,
to T.nn.co station In downtown FOR SALE FOR SALE
Stark. $50.$75 per week Call FOR SALEFOR Custom nearby 3,000 acre lake, 11/2 hours

964.5139 days or 964-6566.v... 12/5TF MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series north oi Atlanta North Georgia.
TWO ROOM furnished efficiency in with double keyboard, basepedals Draperies? Plants at Martin's Fruit Form Apples and I 1(404)2762727( ) or 14042763668.( ) It.
Lawtey. No children. 782-3458. 12/19TF SALEI.S.v.raI2: br Mobile Homes In organ and Call pears $2 80 to $5; grapes $2 to $3; nectarines 12/31
rhythm section $795. Call Lorn
ONE ft TWO BR APARTMENTS) 606 W. good to .xc. cond. $2700-4500 each 473.2210 473-4648 Stephens49G007I peaches and plums $2.25; Southeast Alabama Eighty-two acres 20op.n.
Madison St. 964.8431. 12/19TF Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park weekends for weekdays or to tin blueberries $2; redbud dogwood.gold.n creek pond huntIng. 35000.
496.2366.4/25 tfnchg. appointment see. n' and $4 Closed Twenty acres 3 bedroom home pond.
ONE BR APARTMENT: Central Heat and WURHTZER excellent rain crepe myrtle
Air lurnished or unfurnished 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on dition spinet piano con Sundays. 497-2621 Ft. White, 12/31 Terms S46.OOO United Form Agency
$1,000.
available soon Near town and one or all. Olin's Mobile Home Soles. Phone 473.3752. Cherry 8/29 mahogany. Stchg 1/30 P.O. Box 755 Troy. AI. 36081
schools 964.8601. 12/19TF 904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg tlnchg 40040000004000000000 All steel buildings Thirty foot wide and 1(205)566.1870.( ) It 12/31
TWO LARGE 2-room kitchenette: utilities 197B 12x60 Guerdon Statler. 2BR. bath up. Factory to you. Call collect
lurnished. Underwood Motel 3'/t very good condition, clean unfurnished CYCLESY"'MAHA QUALITY CLEANING ((41")2"1.0999.) It. 12/31 FOR RENT
miles North of Storke. 12/19TF $5,500. 964.7512. 10/3 TF SERVICE I
BEDROOM in large home near Hampton. 24xi5 DWi on 3 acres. 3BR 2Bo. CH/A. ZLC IIOcc SCOOTER Show
$125 per month incl. utilities and kitchen $29,500. Phone 964-8399. TF room new only 600 miles windshield CARPETS: Home TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
privileges 468.2515. 12/26TF MUST SELLS 1983 Fleetwood MH 14x70 luggage box. Garaged since new or OfficeCall HELP WANTED RENT: Union CountyTimes, 150
MOBILE HOME) 3 bedroom. $225 per 3BR 2Bo CHI A. cathedral ceilings andgord.n $2100 new a steal for $1400 or O.B.O. 473-3857 Mom, Street Lake Butler. Phone
tub. Excellent condition. : j 496.2261 for Information tin
4737348. Itpd 12PERSONAL
month. No pet.. Call 964.5251 after 5
12/26TF 964.4155. 12/12 4tpd 1/3 4'4404404444444044004 Government Jobs $16.040' .$59,230/yr. Three bedroom house Two blocks from
RENTALS p.m. AVAILABLE) $150 per month 1966 MOBILE HOME: good shape, 3 BR, Now hiring Call 1(805)687( ) -6000, Ext lake $250 month $50 security deposit.Coll .
and up Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- 52.500.84B4. 12/12TF SERVICES R.1136 lor current federal list. 12/19 496.2751. 12/19 tfnchg.

Owner at 964.5065 or 964-4048 TF NOTICE Btpd 2/6
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES) for rent. On Shop & Compare I 11 CARPENTER WORK: Remodeling work Truck drivers I Drive with pride I Apply inperson LOSTTwo
MEN & WOMEN Poole
at: Truck Line, 2241
W. Close
Highway 16 to prison kitchen cabinets and trim
for carpentry Detroit Blvd.Pensocolo Fl. Must live
964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg Speclalln.uranc. "oasonable prices. Call 473-4018 alter 17-62 femaleReword' .
within 200 miles ol Pensacola EOE Dobermans One mole, one
TWO OR THREE BR mobile home, adults Mobil. Home Parks 5'
:JO 1/5 "
p.m tlnchg Ad Sales: South Florida seeking Lost on ISA near Worthington -
TRAIN NOW FOR publisher
only, no inside pets 964-8614 or All types of homeowners CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and Installations top perlormer Established territory Springs. Call 496.3688. Itchg
964-7619.1I/UTF policies for Free estimates. Ten years CIVIL SERVICE 12/31
Fringes Including
profit Shoring.
THREE BEDROOM: 1 both block home. mobile homes. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for
EXAMSG.E.D. Confidential Resume to Ad Sales
$350/mo. Edwards Rd. ((100A). Call for Quote Craig. 5/17 tlnchg : OPPORTUNITIES"Mobile
9645606. 11/21 TF Available If Needed c/oShoppers Guide Publishers, 3009 BUSINESS
N.W. 25th Ave, Beach Fl.
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT) All hook-ups Olin's Mobile MISCELLANEOUSPAC Positions Start As High As 33069. It. 12/31 Pompano

available. Temple Motel 964.7357. $9.22 HOUR Texas Refinery Corp. needs mature per Home Park Twenty-six acres on
12/12TF Home Sales US 17, central water/sewer 85 hookups
RAT- Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture son now in Union County area.
I
BEDROOM unfurnished house.$350mo. a POST
FOUR OFFICE e CLERICALe rood, lake ..omecomm.rclal
paved frontage
appliances, household Items, Regardless of experience. write A,D.
315 N. Walnut St., 964.8404. MECHANICS
INSPECTORSK'esJobWIIllePraperrrg
I Elaine M. Olin, Agent collectable, glassware, old jewerly Hopkins Box 711. Fort Worth Tx. ; 385000. Triton Realty
12/124tchg 1 1/3 tools, 76101 Itchg 12/31 Inc.. Jim C.. 1(904)698-2100.( () ) It. 12/31
etc 473 2183
tlnchg 7/26
3 BEDROOM HOUSE In Starke, 1 bath 964-5606 Ar/foflteforOovernmentExanu Eurka Log Homes.Int. fulfills the the

J250/month. 964-4548. Itpd 1/2 --=--""""-' ''''''''-'''''''--.::...."''''''-' Write& Include Phone No. INSURANCEMAINES American Dream. Your own businessand
FEMALE will share large DW 40R. bricked MOBILE HOMES Nitionit Training Service Inc. a beautiful Eureka Log Home for
MH on 16W with presentable only 19000. Call tree 1(800)643( ) -8344.
Steve INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.
female. Washer/dryer avail obi.. 1 Broadway It. 12/31
child okay. $95/mo plus '964-7907.. MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978.
TREE SERVICEIs Insurance Service, tin
l/22tpd 1/9 bedrooms, furnished or unlurnished Complete
NEAR GRAHAM: one bedroom completely Now $150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 tin
furnished H and AC. $60 per
week 4851371. Itchg 1/2 BROADWAY & WALTERS
THREE BEDROOM HOUSE in Waldo Removal --- -- -- - -

stove, refrig, fenced yard. $180 per t ATTENTION: WOMEN AND MEN t tt
month, 1st. last and $100 security Trimming
deposit. 460.1509. 1/2 2tpd 1/9 Stump Removal t MANAGEMENT TRAINEES/TRAVEL I It

HOUSE FOR RENT) 3BR. 1'I. both on Olan Mills Portrait Studios needs trainees for telephone sale 9J'4
Morgan Rd. Call after 5 p.m 9644133. Firewood t I It % I

Itpd1/2 i".iON '' '. Free Estimate office managers. ,,, ,(i) .,. ?. }
HAMPTON LAKE) 2BR, screen porch':. '. t You would be: (1)) Working smaller to medium towns state I

completely. Call 468.1777 furnished or 964 utilities.5888. Itpd Included 1/2 473-7097 473-7679 t wide ((2)) Away 5% days per week (home weekends only).

12x70 MOBILE HOME: 2BR furnished in After 5 P.M. $15,000 annual earning potential. $200 a week while In train. I

very good location $190 per month Keystone Heights t Ing. Motel car allowance and corporate benefits.If I
$100 deposit. Call alter 5 p.m.weekdays 22 ). ((2)) High _
Sun. Licensed & Insured you are: ((1)) Preferably over (or responsible
9648704. Itchg or anytime 12FLORI Sat. or school graduate with four years full time working (sales) experience I

and/or college degree. ((3)) Career minded .. good com t

municator.

VACUUMSALE Retail jewelry cosmetics, telephone sales or I D@f0@STHT

LAND I marketing/teaching background helpful and homemakers now I

free to travel.
REALTY I For personal Interview call John C. Hall's office TOLL FREE at I IIIIG! OFF'.. .
964-7700 NEW & USEDWe I I. H. l'OI.ht" Uff Sour ('hricluac Hillti11ith '
3J N. Tempi Av.. 1-800-543-5940 or 1.800.543.5921 Monday through Thursday between the :Money "ouIak.: .. St'lhllJt l'lI' CS,
Vaml P. Odom.,...,Cm Finance Our Own 7 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. ONLYI I Please call before Friday, t needed hems Thrllulth Our \\01111 'do. /'-

toy Thomson Associate ROYALS KIRBYS I January 10. I

EUREKAS E.O.E. M/F xrA.t/I 'lW 17ottr
.Lots--'/, ac to IV oc- $500. HOOVERS I I S S A S r r S r r r rr -- rte. F
Land on 301 South for lease
Commercial Building. Call for El.ECTKOl.UX ll' Trl "
aid CldsslLed Ads
FILTER QUEENS ceT
details. c t ro to
SEARS 11 Gs// Result
2.39 Acres, In city. 3 BR, 2 BA. brick COMMERCIAL Plumbing Supplies -tut,etc
home, most desired area. Ready to SAOttae
Call for more details. We repair all makes pai tlbe''

.Lesi than 2 Years Old: Brick home In AI Young'sSince From Durrance -I'L a
country with 6 or more acres. 1
.Ill Acres, good hunting woods, 1957 Pump & Supply Co. s !- t4'ir6' k
some owner financing. ?sit
.20 Minutes from Gainesville) High B. 964.6918 ) EarflleladIMI
dry land highway frontage, excellent : '
3 Miles north of US 301 North
owner financing, good for I We Drill Wells Z
subdividing Starke on US 301 .64 N.Temple Ave. 964-7061 I Rer'0/ld

Starke, Fla. 2" to 6" State Licensed rd to it.
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All Cabinets -A Re-Surlaclng m LAVERN H. OUTLAW

*All Types Cabinet Work Remodeling! n -- Broker

*Also Any Type) Drywall Work LC!
RfALTOR Bei. 964-5478 Please Send Check To Please Send Check Toi Please Send Check ToJ
New or Remodeling Ceiling Design Work I e Associates Bradford Co. TelegiaphP.O. Union Co. Time Lake Region Monitor

Free Estimates Drawer A ISO W. Main SI. P.O. Box 1171
Call 964.6238 Tim Thompson Df\VIDL. DODGE MSA KAY C. WATERS Starke. Fl. Lake Butler. Fl32O3 Keystone Nats.. Fl.326S6 .
Designated Appraiser Res. 964-6941 32091 *

9644522STARKE Res. 964-5370 964-6305 .J1G-22GI!) 73-2210

II FL. LINDA M. WOODS OPAL DICKSON

Res. 533.2040 Res. 964-7333
Carpet (Any Scotchgard South 301 Plaza

Room $1495 Appraisals far Residence> Farm-Commercial .Business
Is
e Your Full Service Real Estate Office e Roberts Real Estate
ClBdninfl
& Hall) Available
*moo NT'IUY: 3/1'/s w/carport on loge fenced city lot. Has many extras. 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL
Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. Don't let this one get by..only $33.500. 964.6262
*.4 BEDROOM fenced yard. In town, only 32900.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE: 49 acres with older home exc. location. Priced right.
*BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 lot w/moblle home In Hampton 7200. .PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan grove,
specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wal to wan carpet furniture clean- *FOREST HEIGHTS: on 16 West V acre building lots owner financed 2 BR frame house. CH&A, outbuildings and many extras.
Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality *HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd. < Flume Rd. Owner financed.
JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot.
work at low low prices. Can now to make an appointment *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3/2 eat-In kit., great room, carport owner fin. 51500.
No Free Advice *OWNER NEEDS LARGER HOME: 3BR 2 Bo on 2 acres, CH/A. range, refr.. DW Central heat and air carport. $49,500.
Discount Mileage Charge
Senior Citizen road. COMMERCIAL Prime business location US 301 with 589
fireplace, large utility room and more. On paved 49900. on
A.rfl Call e 964.4997 Call "oPPyChristmas *CROSBY LAKE INLET Canal to Crosby Lake large DW mobile home 3/2, new plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.

N*wyor double-pane windows owner financed 34500. Call for details.
Check Yellow Pages In local phone bwk M Work Guaranteed
*MOTIVATED OWNER: Price reduced $1.000 to 52900. Southgate area 3/2.
.640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly
great room many amenities. Make offer.
*GREAT VALUE 5 acres cleared with DW MH 2BR, 2Ba front porch garage, growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that

owner financed. Priced for quick sole. $1200.00 per acrell.WATERFRONT I.

MULCH *LOVELY HOMI on 4 manicured acres, fenced and cross fenced. Only 59900. 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful Grandin

CYPRESS *10 ACRES: South of Hampton, |lust off 325. 26900. Lake. Summer cottage with all rooms overlooking the lake.
*BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOME IN LAWTEY Remodeled Inside and out. $48.500.
*REDUCED TO $62.000: 3BR. 2Ba home In city. Fenced back yard. Corner lot. Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at $57,500.
& PINE BARK REDUCED TO SJ7.JOO recently remodeled home on 5.100. eMOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four outbuildings

*HIGHWAY FRONTAGE North 58 acres, heavy In pine timber. 100000. including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of
.You pick.up or We deliverMinimum *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. possibilities.
*1 ACRE MlNI.PAIMILe"" In posture, IM. 2... super kitchen. 71900.
3 yds. on Delivery
*UVI IN THE COUNTRY and "have It all. A beauty on 6 acres pecan trees, born
CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING and workshop. See It, you will love It. 128500. COMPLETE COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
*BEST AREAl Brkk 3BR. 2Bo. carport chain link fenced backyard. $49.500. George W. Roberts Jr. Broker

W.Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties Terry A. Gaines CSM.Salesman __ _
964-6649
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CLASSIFIED to ADVERTISING the Bradford should County be sub.mtt.d Area Want Ads _

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Telegraph office --
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advance unless credit, it already HOMES v
established with this FOR SALE
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HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN CAMPER 1971: 35' fifth wheel, American TIME REAL ESTATI SALESPEOPLE
THE CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 3 BR I'/i BA HOME Saratoga Hts, corner Traveler with 20 ft. owning, fully self. Scholarship available) ERA Tiffin and
Minimum TELEPHONE. lot Enclosed garage, CHSA Phone contained, price neg. 533 2411. Call Owens Inc. Realtor 221 W. Loyfoyette
charge l I. 15 words for$2.75, 964.8652. 3/21 tfn after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfnBRADFORD St. 964-5065 7/4 tfn
then 10
cents for each word thereafter WOODEN HOUSE:20x20. tin roof, blocked LIMEROCK TYPISTS $500 weekly at home. Writ erwilleJarREALTY

up ready to move $500 431.1050 tfn SALES P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth NJ 072O7. TF
CARS & TRUCKSMUST CB HOME 2BR I bath good location Llmerock t Fill Dirt ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND
and condition. $3,500 down. Baloon 20 yd. semi-loads only HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS: Do you know
SELL IMMEDIATELY $18.000 12% $300 per mo. Balancesyrs. Phone 782.3172 5/23 tfchg where you can find a part-time career
19S2
Corvette, PHONE
loaded with extras. Beautiful Some parts neg to fit budget STORE BOUGHT: Furniture for sale at In plumbing carpentry, masonry 964-7776
offer 4-B809.. 10/10 TFchg car Best 964.8251 (keep trying). 11/28 TF Doublewlde Home Center located metal fob, and heavy equip open that 205 N. Temple Starke
THREE BEDROOM 2 both home North on 301 Fla. this offers a steady
THUNDERBIRD 1981 Ford,, royal blue all CH/A, Lawtey ( Is not paycheck, promotion CECELIA TERWILLEGAR
,
white Int., AC cruise, tilt AT FP, ceiling fans, Ig. screen porch on 6 trailer furniture) 6'13 tfnchg skill training life Insurance, and a GI
with overdrive. steering acres with pecan trees In city on FOR SALE Store bought furniture for bill for college? In the 202 Civ Eng Sq.
owner Call 533.2403 47.oooorlg.after 6 miles TF One Geiger Rd. near Southside Elem sale at Olins Home Center located on Fla. Air National Guard. These are may the new yeaR
1969 BRONCO 302 VS. p.m. 69500. Phone 964.5676. I2/5TF Highway 100 West This Is not trailer military positions. For more Info call
radial RVT's white Stan trans,, DOUBLEWIDEi mobile home, partially furniture 6, 13 tfnchg MSG Carl Slavers, Jr.. Mon-Frl. Call
kit, completely rebuilt spoke and rims, flare furnished 24x46, 1972 Manatee. Excellent SINGER ATHENA 2000: Touchtone elec collect 904.533-3386. JOIN AMERICANS BRinq you many Blessings
rust Exc. cond. 4250. 782.3660.painted no condition Phone 782.3724 after Ironic sewing machine, makes all fan. AT THEIR BEST. 11/28 Stpd 1/2
TF 5:30: p.m. Itchg 1/2 cy stitches and buttonholes. Reg. $899 NURSING ASSISTANTS) needed at

Classified Ads BUY THIS HOME like, rent:: CB, 2BR I IBa balance due $327 or $20 per month Whispering Pines Care Center. Call He was born in an obscure village, the child ofa
house Good location Good rondition with good credit Will deliver. Susan Cook at 964.6220.( 12/5TF
Get Results $3,000 down balance $18,500 at 11%. I.Y2S.1997. 12/ 12 41
Just $260 per month Phone 964.8251. MICROWAVE OVEN: Tappan, family assembly work. For Info call where He worked in a carpenter shop until He was
MOTORCYCLES 1/2TF site, 5 yr. warranty Left In layaway 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 12/5 4tpd sow thirty. Then for three
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 20 acre pecan still in box Balance $237. or $20 per 1/16 years He was an itinerant
grove, house, born. 964.4315 Itpd 1/2 month( Free delivery 1.725.1997. TRUCK DRIVERS! Drive with pride! Apply preacher. He never wrote a book. He never heldan
1986 SUZUKI Quad Sport 229cc engine NICE 3/1 BY OWNER: Just out of town 12, 12 4tchg 1/3 in person at POOLE TRUCK LINE. office. He never had a family or owned home.
with reverse. Less than 12 h.., rlden. Wood stove, central heat/AC. Pretty RCA XL100 25" COLOR Remote TV $799 2241 Detroit Blvd., Pensacola. Flo. a
$1900 FIRM. 533-2460 after 5 p.m Itpd lot. 964.5997. 1/2 3tchg 1/16 originally Balance $348 or $28 per Must live within 200 miles of Pen He didn't go to college. He never visited a big
12 month. Free delivery 725-1997.. sacola. EOE. icon 254 city. He never traveled two hundred miles from
LOSTFOUNDLOST 12'12 4tchg 1 1/3 AD SALES, South Florida publisher seekIng .
PALOMINO FILLY AQHA Reg. Adorable top performer. Established ter the place where He was born. He did none of the

REAL ESTATE RED MARE HORSE: mane 6 mos. old $500. 964.4402 or 9647138. ritory. Fringes Including profit sharing. things that usually accompany greatness. He had

OUT OF STATESE back hoof old and split. If found clipped, call 12.261PJENNIE LINN CRIB with Shoppers Confidential.Guide Resume Publishers to: Ad Sales c/o no credentials but Himself. (TOGXQHe was only 1
Jail House mattress Excellent 3009 N.W.
In Starke
LOST OR STRAYED Block B 8 tfn cond.. hardly used $130 or best 25th Ave, Pompano Beach Fla. 33069. thirty-three when the tide of public opinion turned
ALABAMA 82 acres, 20 open creek chest and with white offer 964.6464 eves. 12, 26 2tchg 1/2 fcan 251TEXAS against Him. His friends
bushy tail Cross between ran away. One of them
pond
HUNTING. 35000. 20 acres 3 SEVERAL ITEMS: stereo console 58"long REFINERY CORP. needs mature
bedroom home, pond. TERMS. $46,000. Jasmine Shepherd Has and collar Collie Answers to ; Tappan gas stove' oyster' white person now In Starke area. Regardlessof denied Him, He was turned over to His enemies

UNITED FARM AGENCY P.O. Box 755. w/phone Reword offered naming owner with black glass door, gold rings experience, write A.D. Hopkins, Box and went through the mockery of a trial. He was
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Troy, AI. 36081 ((205)) 5661870. Icon 252 12/26TF 964.6300. 762 3212 after 4 p m 12 26 2tchg 1/2 711, Fort Worth. TX 76101. Itchg 1/2 nailed to
MOUNTAIN LAND for sale by owner SEVERAL ITEMS 3 chest of drawers; 1 NEEDED-TYPISTSI To Increase our applicants a cross between two thieves. CX3 While

$100 down owner financed 2 acre dresser with glass' : several other pool. If you can type at least 45 He was dying..... His executioners gambled for
tracts. Nearby 3,000 acre lake. 1 IV. items 964 6362 Itchg 1 1/2 correct words per minute, come in and His the
hours north of Atlanta North Georgia. CENTRAL GAS HEATER: 100,000 BTU register with the Job Service Office of garments, only property He had on earth.

404.276.2727 or 404.276 3668. fcan 253. $50 964 7266 after 5 p.m. Itchg 1/2 Starke 'located at the Bradford.Union When He was dead. He was laid in a borrowed grave

".'-_W"DAD"D.. n r DO..,.,., ,.:.,. ,....,umlnum. Vo-Tech Center 609 N. Orange St., through the pity of a friend. Nineteen centuries
Measures 24x36. 25 cents each. Great phone 9648092. Apply today Itchg
for patching and repairs TELEGRAPH 1/2 have come and gone and today He is the central

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS US W. Call St 964 6305. TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature figure of the human race. CX3. All the armies that
INC. r COPY MACHINES: Canon for rent or person for short trips surrounding
ever all
i sale< .. Canon home copier. $799; Canon Starke. Contact customers. We train. marched the navies that ever sailed, all

1 i home or office, copier $999, Canon of. Write P.G. Dlckerton, Pr..., the parliaments that ever sat, all the kings that
i fice copter' $1399 Rent to own for Southwestern Petroleum Box 789 Ft.
as ever reigned
have
i little Worth Tx. 76101. put together, not affected the
as $45 pel month OFFICE SHOP, Itchg 1/2
m i 113 W. Call St. Storke. 9645764.221 life of man on this earth as much as that...... .
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J1.fdREALTOR ELECTRONIC I No down payment.ORGAN;:Call$49.99 964 per.6946.month.tfn PERSONAL SERVICESNEED <&ONEOLITAEY LIFE'

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa.
J I $14.99 per month Call 964.6946. tfn A TUTOR All subjects, K-B. Cer THE DIVINE SHEPHERD
LJI : COLOR! TV $99 and up. Next to Stork. tified Teacher 533.2901 after 7 p.m. TF .V MUIILLOPREFERRED
i iThankyou Truck Stop south of Starke 964 8212. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed Fr..
OUR II '24 tfnFIREWOOD estimates Handy-Man Fence Co.
PROFESSIONAL
TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I Owner
Tommy Reddish 9648559. tfn
: scrap oak and pine, no
roils 18 in 12 in. $15 per load. Oak WANT TO DRINK PROPERTIES
Located 4x4x27 cord $35. Bradford ARC THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 438.37 acres near Alachua County line, l,000/acr
on 301
Hwy block
one South of
S.R. 100 964.7699 11 21 TF WANT TO STOP'THAT'S
330 acres bordering SR 230
TRAVEL TRAILER: 1980 Coachman Deluxe OURS .
32ft $5000, Call 468.1000 after 5 p.m. Alcoholics 964.4150.964.6894.964.6219pd Will divide owner financing

for your patronage during 1985 :Oj; I2/5TF .50 acres, 3 BR, 3 bath horn, 4 cnlckn
We lookfoward to serving in the q.&; LARGE ROLLS OF HAY: newly cut Bahia. pd thru 11/15
you hou.
com ing .
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year GLASS $260,000
CUT .
125 ea 496.3050 offer 5 p.m. 12/12 TO ORDER: Doors, windows, owner financing at 10%
William D. .Itpd 1 1/3 etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY .
Tiffen President 45 acre. cedar horn, $145,000
9646078.
HAY FOR SALE: Argentine Bahla Orders also taken In Lake
Susan F. Reddish Manager large rolls, no ram. $25 per roll grass, at Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, 37.5 acre. 4BR, 2'bath! horn, $144,475 ..
Irene L, Faulkner Associate farm Maurice Edwards, Jr., 964.7376. 473.4973.2/26 tIn
Lee Hardenbrook 12/l94tpd 1 9 BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer .36. 3 acres, Brownlee Rd, $82,322 own.r financing

Lou '::::.. Associate/ ROLLS OF HAY: Buy your hay now and work. Hove 3 bulldozers & looking for ,.; ... ,'. .:,. J29 acres, CR325. wolf ..ptlc. $1600/acre
Young Associate store it in my barn until, you need It. work 964-5606 7823333. Ask for
15% down 10
Robert Matthews Associate 6'/t miles N. of Sturke on 16 toward Mark. 8/8 tfn % owner financing, 20 yrs.
prison Bahia $20 roll. PAINTING REMODELING: quality workat 20.15
Alicia
Suzanne Kitchens 4 acres, well septic, barn. $50,000
an affordable
Associate $23$25'roll at barn Delivery avail. price. For a free
Carol Warner Property Manager for extra charge Call 782.3727 after 5 estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg 14.5 acr., at Graham $1625/acre
: p.m. or 9646167. 12/5TF SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain fines
i Marilyn Hardenbrook Se retary relald. Serving Bradford County for 10( 10.5 acres, at Graham $1625/acre

LAND FOR SALEONE years. Bradford Septic Tank Service. .
10
964-8121. 10/17 TFchg acres, south of Waldo $25,000

RESIDENTIAL DAY LABOR FOR HIRE If you need help HOMES FOR RENT: one four bedroom and
IMAGINE a nice looking 3 bedroom. 1 bath house for 31000. ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road no around the house or on the job call .STUCCO AND STONE one two bedroom.
HAVE YOU ALWAYS down payment $75 964-5139 days on 230E, $54,900.
WANTED to restore a two itory home of yesterday? We per mo. Call or 964.6566 eves.
have one for you. 964 5606. 10 4 tin Reasonable dally rotes 13/5TF .NEARLY NEW 1900 sq. ft. cedar and stone home. Lakewood

JUST OFF BESSENT RD: 4 or 7 acres with well built brick veneer, 2 bedroom LOTS ACREAGE: 20 percent down SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes 65000.
2
both home and balance in five years, financing by cleaned oiled and adjusted $15. Used KINGSLEY
many extras LAKE: 3BR, 2Ba home
plus 2BR IBa home
VERY GOOD OWNER FINANCING owners 964.61.153. 12/13 tfn. sewing machines for sale James and dock
: 3 bedroom 1 bath CB home on 1 living quarters.
move In Immediately acre ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy
53500. $350 dn 570 per mo. Call 16 Starke. 9648733. 12/5TF COUNTRY CLUB: 4BR 2Ba brick
NICE
3 BEDROOM: 1 bath approx 2 miles out of city paved road, beautiful 964.5606. 1/03 If nONE I WOULD LIKE TO CLEAN HOUSE Can 8.75% assum. mortgage of $50,000.
fireplace. sunken LR : owner will hold 2nd mtg.
ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY give reference 9647916. 12/19
ONLY $24.000: Two bedroom, 1 bath, move in now'' ROAD! $3.000, no down payment $70 1/2 Stpd .BARGAIN: Frame home, :2 acres swimming pool 15000.
HANDY WORKER: Fix this one up for good Income potential Low Investment per mo. Call 964.(;606. 1'03 tfn UNIQUE will run errands pick up and
gets started * *
you LOT IN CITY $6.000 Call 964.5764.; after deliver groceries prescriptions, dry
EVERYTHING for the right person, 1..40.q ft mobile home, over 5 acres of 5, call 964.5251 3'07 tfn cleaning, small merchandise, etc. Also EVENINGS'BILL
fruit trees, fish pond workshop Is big extra chauffeur you In your car. Honest and DODD 964-7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
*SLEEP WELL In this dream home at a dream price almost 1800 sq. ft., huge reasonable. NOT A TAXI SERVICE. IRVING CLARK,JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE
screen porch fireplace, over 1 acre lot loaded with extras. only $68.000. WANTEDBABYSITTEk 964.7907. 1/2 2tpd 1/9 WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 533-2121
*LOVELY COUNTRY ESTATE: Tins Immaculate 3BR 2 bath veneer fea'ures NOVIS WARD 964-7454 _
b.au"'ullnl.rlar decor highlighted by brick CYNTHIA KURIMAY %4.7408 RANDY CORY 475-2597
fireplace large kitchen complete : nights only. Phone .
ly equipped 2 car garage, born and workshop on 9 74 acres fenced and cross 964.8995, Judy. Roommate wanted. .
fenced with shrub.lined driveway. Excellent landscaping completes pictuie Phone 964.8')95. Itpd 1'2
BEST VALUE: Highly motivated seller has reduced price from $48000 to
$35,000 for quick sale on this 3 BR. 1 bath CB with family room 'fireplace and OCALA ANTIQUES SHOW
separate dining room on 1.65 acres plus many more Classified Ads '
Jan. 3.4.5
APPLE OF YOUR EYE: This 3BR home with 5 acres "includes many extras suchas r-------- Get Results

: deck around house, 2 stall barn with 30 ft corral greenhouse 5 ceiling, Bargain Center :
fans. Assumable 1st mortgage, owner will finance, t Inc. AuditoriumN.E.
*EXCELLENT VALUE: fireplace. cedar City
cozy siding large chain link fenced yard I I
in the Kingsley Lake area just $36.000. I Sanches Street 1 .
*,IMAGINE! You could own this beautiful brick home with II Electrical 8 Plumbing Ocala Fla.

fireplace, family room and fenced In back yard close to town, on massive paved stone road. I' Mobile Paneling Home t Cabinets Supplies I B & J'S ,

DON'T MISS THIS UNUSUAL HOME VALUE: pool large fireplace, fully equipped I I 2 Commercial Icemakers Friday and Saturday M' SHOP
ki'chen. formal living room, extra large workshop and utility room on one Makes 350 Ibs a Day I 12 Noon to f p.m.
v.ry pretty OC'.. Priced at only $68.000. I t Capacity Sunday > Noon to S p.m. Worthington Springs 496.2534
*INVESTORS: 2 MH rentals, Kingsley Lake, with owner financing for qualified I

buyer Check our TERMS. 1 t I QUALITY FOR LESS Admission with this ad
JUST LISTED: Country home with large and I I
living room brick fireplace. extra
$2 all three day.
large two car garage, screened In back porch and separate storage shed all on I t Sales & RepairsChain
96I-I 679 Chapman Shows
five acres of lovely land. j > I'S'JOI: South I
*UNIQUE CEDAR HOME In the l ""pd' 2
: country separate cypress storage area 10
on .
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1 4 acres, good fishing and hunting area also! s.

BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE II F Ii i 1421-.Woterfront- '-access 4BR 2Ba Saws & Lawnmowers

LAKE YOU'LL LIKE: Now I. the season to buy: 1"6'on lovely sand bottom clear block home on Little Santa Fe lake. Janet M.
swimming lake. Cottage needs work but priced to sell. Call nowl Oak shaded 1 5 ac. lot. Enloy the .
LOVELY LOTi REDUCED: Post Keystone Heights on lake, zoned for mobile quiet and privacy here
home; buy now while priced to sell.FARMS f422-5 ac farmette, 1'/. miles to StarlingRealtor OPEN: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00
:
AND ACREAGE town pecan and fruit trees, corner
AWAY FROM IT ALL: on your own 20 acres, minutes from 301. Owner finance property and paved rd.
mg makes It easy. I420--55 ac with new 3BR 2Ba brick JUST REDUCED from $24,000: 4.87 Saturday 8:00: 1:00:

S READY TO MOVE ON: over 9 acres with well and septic and assumable mortgages home East on SR 100. Owner will split acres with well septic, and 35 ft.
Coll today. and sell acreage. pool. $16.500.eHOUSEI .
*APPROX. 85 WOOD ACRES: with paved rood frontage. f4l4--9 ac. formette, 3BR IBa home, U MOVE Make offer.

COMMERCIAL workshop mobile home and MH el.( ACRES with older home,
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY: for the Investor or operator. Good commercial hookup fronts SR 100E beautiful pecan trees, 48000. HOMES BEAUTIFUL ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED
.
frontage in low tax area. CALL TODAY! 1399-3 BR. I IBa block home In town el.6 ACRES: 12x60 MH 15000. OF 215 E. CALL ST
FOUR RENTAL UNITS: reported good income I fenced yard, central heat must see e15 ACRES: Older home and DW NORTH FLORIDA STARKE, FL.
COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, BUILDING LOTS and acreage In town. Good extras Included mobile home 47500. 964 6766

terms for qualified buyers. /402-Small home In Raiford newly ell ACRES: Well septic tank, FIREPLACESCUT .
remodeled inside Good starter pond/open air barn. $33.500 .,

Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR home or r.nlollnv..tm.nt. $12,500. .S ACRES: $12.500; 10 ACRES 1
Sales Manager. Evenings 964-4048 J398--20 ac. 4BR 2Ba stucco, home, 25000. Excellent Terms. VINYL Bo0Lling
REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene mobile home hookup pasture, pecan 4.17 ACRES Well septic tank 17x35 SIO.NC ,
L. Faulkner 7445142 trees, $63,000. Tollman pool fenced/cross-fenced.'' r SOF1=IT

Susanne Kitchens '....7630 Bob Matthews 964-7281 See our commercial properties, $25,000. !Hill ER5 r SYSTEMS
Lou Young '....7525 Lee Hordenbrook 473-7864 acreage, residential listings. OFFICI e4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. 12500. -

* SPACE- FOR RENT-Neer Courthouse. -S Ac.t Paved frntg. 12500.
LEE HARDENBROOK APPRAISALS N. temple AVI' LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. 1
*
473-7864 Stll..., FII209I -50 Ac.iS50.000. .,BRICK & STONE 000* G\)1J 5p)19

COMMERCIAL* RESIDENTIAL* G3. STROUTREALTY I 2BR 2BA In the* Country.* $29.900. STUCCO COQUINA 00 W 5f tows A1tD

It.ntal.Avallabl. I ((904))712.,1 OPEN OR CLOSED SCREEN ROOMS
Carol Warner.. REALTOR ASSOC. ixcopo Afro P.O. Drawer M CUSTOM WINDOWS PATIOS
Property Management Division IIOMI648MI Ml S. lowtey FOR HOMES

1- 473-30 I & MOBILE HOMES_ FREE ESTIMATES
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rUTTT: CARE OF a 77.nn 1295 .
A Savannah.Ga.couple on their way to south Florida possible fracture of the left wrist, according to Y Times BEER CANS
were hospitalized after their car was struck by a trainat Paramedics Dan Cuddington and Cliff Chapman. Ger Kentucky Tavern 750 ML 5.99 6-PAK CASE
the iA'
19. intersection near Crown Central Lumber Dec. trude was taken by Rescue to Bradford Hospital with !! 1.75 LITER .
11.75 P'
minor Injuries said Cuddington. 599
Bernard E. Howard 72, and his WDAyp !
received wife Gertrude 63. The accident occurred at 11:32 a.m. five miles south 150:p
Injuries when their 1980 Oldsmobile was of Starke. pictured is the Oldsmobile
where it
to
came I
struck in the left side by the train. Howard failed to see rest on the west shoulder of US-301. BLACK LABEL : PRICES
the railroad guard arm and struck it and then was Howard was cited for failure to obey railroad signal, 119.00 91O'is
struck by the train, according to Trooper W. D. said Langston. BEGINNINGEFFECIV

Langston. Damage to the Oldsmobile was 15,000. Damage to the YIELD J THURSDAY
Howard was taken by Slat Flight to Alachua General 1965 G. E. train r JANUARY ,
engine listed
was
as $500.
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Displaced homemakerclass the five-week program.There are no funded through a grant from the JANUARY
RS ifr99 8th.ASE .

fees for the class or other services. State of Florida Department of \ I.ACVTj
begins Jan. 13
The program is under the direction Health and Rehabilitative Services. 7725 C _
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A new class of the Displaced of Dr. Ann Bromley, SFCC To register for the program or for l LITER 1.99 9.5 h
Homemaker Program: Focus on the Director of Women's Programs and additional information, please call, LITER11.Z5 StO f .
Future will begin Monday, Jan. 13, Special Projects. The program is 395-5047. Canadian Mon Blend 5
at Santa Fe Community College. Old ThomP 15 Mt A- r- 4rQi l

The class and other program ser 69
vices are free of charge, but pre- HELP WANTED Aitrita g'tQll5 CARE 79.60
registration is required. Registration NavalleWines -
will be accepted from now until Earn Extra Cash CCOW
BI.no de BI.no. Bugun.y.Ch.bll.
Friday, Jan. 10. ., .
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The class is open to homemakers C.b.rn.l Rhln.,. Ro.
35 years of age or older who have The Gainesville Sun has an early morning motor route RUby Zln/.nd.l
1.5 Jo'u1111e
lost their jobs as homemakers and CASE Of B LITER
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available
their sources of income through In Starke, Lawtey, Raiford areas two alker 1.75
either a divorce, separation or deathor Must have reliable transportation and be able to post cash 3..7/
disability of their spouse, or who bond deposit. tts oo 9S V ?
are dependent upon public Contact Dave Lindsay, 964-8170. 'Inrv Laudels Scotch
assistance. Dewal's i g
Whlfe LITER 11.99 ,
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Typically, these homemakershave
spent many adult years mi'/9fJlVhFNhFNmi'mthFN GirQp / _iTER.99767.0 6snEi0ormb ,
for the family and are now face ; 'atQ LITER ?

with finding employment outside the 4Scotc ? CABE 33.rde. ,r.,
home! .. JO ,'alcnlh,
: ANN'S ." nr 3'Z 699NWNIIL
The-purpose of the brotfrtmnsttv"help )i :ti

tion from homemakers one role to make another the,to transi-offer m W A Speciality Gift Shop '

them support, help build their con- South 301 PlusYEAREND jgHiitnMlHiflii

fidence selfsupporting.Help and assist. them in becoming SALE i; ***; 5 MLTG '

with planning directionand o ,198s
a new
developing a course of action 25.50% Off Selected Items i CABE ig ryW !..u
are basic parts of the class. 143.00MASSON
PAUL ,A4!
The five-week program focuses on 10 am 10 5:30: pm ((904)) 964.8547 ;B cilASUS &n ML 11 Z9 134.75 is
several different
areas.The first two JlWlV9iIVlWIVFIIIVIWJVr/VF 14.15,76.00 ,
weeks cover topics in personal ilVlfiR; flVfM I PAUL V.S. Cognac. 750 ML
development Including communication yennessy TSOM[' ,-
and assertiveness skills handling MASSON tA"ffee
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the stress of change;; time Do you want quality education for your child, taught In a CALIFORNIA 3 Iitucur 'i'35 ,

management; budgeting and finan- Christian atmosphere? O T :J 1 Chablia Rrtln.Regular iiflftt ChBbHe Ro. Light Burgundy RoFrench nliER 135.50
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cial information; wellness; and in- If so.-- Colornbvrd Ch mn BMne
formation on community resources MIX OR CASE MATCH OF A 4 -..nn

which other needed help provide services.training and Begin the New Year With Us!

The final three weeks focus on exploring
different careers and occupations
and developing skills for a STARKE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
successful job search.
The class participants examine CHRISTIAN ACADEMY EXEWCISE
the skills they already have and
learn how to translate them into 1649 W Madison Street (Hwy. 100)) Starke
work-related skill areas. 964-4016-Grades 1-8
Pulling together all they have
learned, the participants then workon
setting personal goals, developIng Registration for 2nd Semester
individual plans, and preparing LOW IMPACT AEROBICS
good resumes and application let- Jan. 5 4pm. 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday & Friday
ters. Sunday, 1 to 5 pm $28

In addition, they participate in 6 pm 7 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday $20
mock employment Interviews to
Discounted
Entrance Fee
develop confidence in interview I SLlMNASTICS CLASSES

situations.community Guest employers speakers and include other Classes resume January 6.8 a.m. 10 a,m. I II.1 a.m. Tuesday & Thursday $20
5.15: p.m. 6 p.m. Monday Wednesday 6
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resource people.Individual .
For More Information '
Call.
assistance is also 1 1 Friday $28STRETCH
available for those unable to attend Mr. Russ Nail 782-3464 .
& FLEX CLASSES
Mrs. C.K. Wright 964-7415 '. 9 a.m. 945am. Monday f Wednesday
$20All
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fIS) The Eyeglass Store .b J J and cancelled classes run for fewer begin six weeks.January than Classes 10 6 people and may January register.be 7

Classes can be taken individually for$2.50
per class. Registration fees are non-
SALE SALE SALE SALE refundable after classes begin.


Clear Single Vision Glass or Plastic a a a 35.00 r EVENING BABYSITTING CLASSES.AVAILABLE FOR


Clear Bifocal Glass or Plastic a a a . a 55.00or 4 All classes: FREE to comprehensive
+ piano to 4.00 sph up to 2.00 cyl Special Grinds Priced Separately pIii I members of the BH Center for
Health and Fitness.For .

Plastic Frames . start as low as a . 25.00 J
( more Information, call the BH
Metal Frames . a start as low as . a a 35.00 # Center for Health and Fitness

Before you order glasses compare our prices and service. at 9644210.

Bring us your new prescription or have your eyes examined in

our office by an independent optometrist. .

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BH Center for Health

Located At: and Fitness
U.S. 301 S. &: Edwards Road 922 East Call Street

The Eyeglass Store Across from Community Bank Starke FL 32091

964-8588 ((904)) 9644210BH

OPEN: Monday thru Friday Center for Health and fines I.a
member of Santa Fe Heehhcara
Lj--) 9 a.m. -5:30 p.m. Systems Inc.,a Florida

Saturday 9 a.m.1 p.m. noHorprofit corporation.healthcare


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Child FondlingA

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I 32-year-old Starke man was arrested Hoop" M n i Dec. 29 and charged with Hinds, Jr. -
I fondling a child ten years of age on The child's mother alledged
J four different occasions. Powell had fondled the child, given
her pornographic pictures and made
Johnny Lee Powell,32,was charged lewd suggestions on several occa-
with lewd lascivious assault on a sions during the past two months,
, child, according to Patrolman John according to the report. 0

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Recent Arrests a

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The following arrests were madein arrested on outstanding capias Irom w
Bradford County by local Bradford and Columbia Counties, r
authorities. according to Investigator David i n
Aderholt. The capias charged
Leroy Webster Snipes was arrested failure to pay fines, he was released 5 tlu} t
Dec.28 for theft and disorderly after the fines of$166.75 were paid. 99
intoxication according to ,
Patrolman Richard Splitt. Snipes Neil Norman Golden 28, of x. .t ,, I I Il
was arrested at the Econo Lodge Lawtey was arrested for failure to 0
after he was seen taking a pursu pay child support, according to In- & "
belonging to Virginia Shaw. Snipeswas vestigator Aderholt.Bond was set at LADIES' ;.,
released after $262.50 surety $278. .
bond was posted. ,
Charles Jackson was arrested s -
Embritt Lee of Starke was arrested Dec. 29 for trespasing after warningand :
Dec. 27 for disorderly intox- criminal mischief according to t
S4 ,
ication,according to Lt.Glen Moore. Patrolman W. C. Reno. Jackson SAVE UP TO
Bond was set at $52.50, he was broke into an apartment on '#
released on his own recognizance.Brian Brownlee St. after being issued a ON DENIM JEANSBoys'
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warning Dec. 27. Bond was set at v
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Scott Hudson, 20, of Starke $500, he was released on his own And Girls'. Regularly To 8.99. 'IJl'
was arrested Dec. 28 for burglary recognizance. Fashion jeans with embroidered back ."
with intent to commit theft, according "
to Lt. Moore. Hudson alledgedly Michael John Strom, 23, of Brad- pockets. In regulars and slims. Boys'
entered Pittman's Store by break- ford County was arrested Dec. 23 on 888 ATHLETICS 4 to 18. Girls' 4 to 14. ;.4
ing in. Bond was set at$5,000,he was a capias from Clay County charging OR CASUAL Men's And Ladies'. Regularly To 12.99. II:
released on his own recognizance. burglary, according to InvestigatorJohn SHOES r'I Men's and ladies' fashion jeans orladies' .'
Tilley. He was transferred to
Gerald Williams,22,of Starke was Clay County. Compare To 14.99. Men's and ladies' basic jeans. Fashion jeans Men's
durable court shoes or hi-tops I with embroidered back pockets. i.
in popu loggers Ladies' suede or 29 to 38. Ladies' 6 to 16.
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vinyl casuals in assorted styles. LADIES' LARGE SIZES..9.99
The BH Center for Health and Fitness will offer


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Ajax Regularly detergent.1.39. N 249 SANTA CRUZ 66C1: DUTY HEAVY

Limit 2 boxes. ENSEMBLERegularly BLEACH
00 af HtILA 3.49. Big, thirsty bath towels. Regularly 87'. One
wruwwIECk gallon Purex Bleach
HAND TOWEL REGULARLY 2.49..1.99 Limit 2 gallons
WASHCLOTH REGULARLY 1.39 .'1J


Tots (ages 3-5)) 3:00.3:30: : p.m. Monday $30 .. CD-__-- '
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Beginning (ages 6 and up) 330.430: : p.m. Monday $30 J o ?.
Intermediate (ages 6 and up) 430.530: : p.m. Monday $30 edHEALTH '\o'i': '
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be cancelled if fewer than 10 people register. Registration fees are c; ;ya non-refundable after classes All classes held at the i l1' .
begin. are t \\' co. se '
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For more Information, call the & SURE TUFF DUNCAN $ 70 SHEET
BH Center for Health and Fitness at 9644210. 139 BEAUTY 2$1 TRASH 3di HINES 3 SPIRAL

AIDS BAGS FOR S3 COOKIES FOR NOTEBOOK
BH Center for Health and Fitness
i I Regularly To 2.19. Assortedsize 15 count 13 gallon tall kitchen 1,5 oz pack Almond fudge, Wire bound, regular ruled Regularly 5.99. Toddler,
ff.3V! .urn 922 East Call Street Jergen's Miss Breck, bags, 10 count 26 gallon or 7 chocolate chip and peanut composition notebook extra-absorbent or newborn
Starke FL 32091 Mennen, Faberge and more. count 33 gallon trash bags. butter'n fudge chocolate chip. With relastanable tapes

. ((904)) 9644210
t BH Center for Health and Fitness Is a member of Santa Fe Healthcare Systems,Inc., Prices hrough Good< a Florida not for.profit healthcare corporation I On Some Items. No Sales To Dealers.
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