Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04445
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'Uortk nota City- Goes with DPC on Eng- n Project .:

In a called meeting Nov. 13, the missioner Jimmy Crosby was ab city engineer R ...., .....,unack and However several committee i,
Starke council agreed to retain the sent Nov. 4. The vote was _..,w.,... nuckman, Inc, that was tabled. members spoke in favor of ET and
engineering firm England, Thims John Miller, chairman of the ting, for engineer Robinson of Mayor Vernon Silcox called the Nov. M, since a staff member, Jim Robin-
and Miller to provide designs and Downtown Progress Committee of England, Thims & Miller. 13 special meeting to make a final sonm had worked closely with the
Cake Auction... oversee the upcoming Downtown the Chamber of Commerce, told the The DPC, composed of determination between the two committee, and they were favorably
A Cub Scout Father/Son Bake-Otf Revitalization Project. council Nov. 4 the committee recommended businesspersons operating in the firms. impressed with his Job performance.
is set Wednesday, Dec, at 7 The special meeting was required engineer Jim Robinson the downtown area, made three recommendations During the regular meeting Nov. I
in the Starke Elementary p.m. because Mayor Vernon Silcox original engineer on the project who at the Nov. 4 meeting, 4, Councilman Charles Schaefer Committee Firm... ,
Cafeteria. postponed a vote on Councilman was in charge of the preliminary two of which were adopted by the raised the issue of retaining a firm When the Nov. 13 special meeting! I'
The cakes will be auctioned off. Charles Schaefer's Nov. 4 motion, plans already adopted. Commis. council. It was only the third recom other than BH and R, Inc., who has opened, Mayor Silcox asked John ,
Proceeds will be used for which was not seconded, to retain city sioner Schaefer said he felt uneasy mendation, to retain England, served the city for 25 years, and who Miller, president of the Downtown
Christmas baskets for the elderly. engineer Don Ruckman of Bes- about a new engineer and would feel Thims and Miller (employer of Jim Schaefer said has enjoyed excellent
Public invited. sent, Hammack Ruckman.. Com more comfortable using long-time Robinson) in lieu of the regular city rapport with the administration. |See DPC.: .. P.3A|


Square Dancing...

Each Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley Race on to See

Lake Civic Center. Plus level. ,,, .
Mainstream dance, first Satur ,
day of each month, same place, 7

', dance.p.m. workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream .. .,,ral' -,. y I 'I Who Can Build

.' If interested in square dance
lessons, please call 964-7953 for
more information. Portables FasterA
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B-Books... C '
t race !is on to see which way is newly installed school board
"B" Books and T-shirts are still ? ah faster to build a portable classroom. member and also superintendent of r,
available and on sale by writing to: use local prison forces or contract it the Reception and Medical Center in L
BHS Alumni Association 581 N. out to a private builder. Lake Butler, said he can pull the ";
..... Temple Ave.? Starke FL, 32091. And overcrowded Starke Elemen crew working on ]landscaping off
Books are $5, alumni member. .r. p ; i is r tary is on a roll. Supt. Jim Duncan that job and put the crew to building '
ship is $5, and Shirts (be sure to y, ,'" .f said the two portables next'built will portables.So .
state size) are $7. >.c be assigned to SE to alleviate space it will be a race between this I
s br S f w.i[ limitations for the handicapped. SE prison crew with a school board or ,;..
p w is also set for a administrative private overseer and a private con :
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No Job, No Skill... + '. suite, plus new walkways have tractor who will be hired to build the
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ar already been built' other portable. ;,
.;. Job Corps-Training slots are SE Principal Wayne McLeod attendance The material for all four portables ; -. ,
;. available in health occupations 1 at the Nov. 17 school board to be built this year will be orderedby ;I
plumbing, welding, business. ..w + meeting paid off when he asked for the school system. Supt. Jim Dun .,
clerical, auto mechanic and other "'V ..i f 'vir r relief for overcrowded condition for can said ordering the supplies will '
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skills for men and women ages 16 the handicapped. Seven emotionally take time and that it will be im
or' through 21.Obtain handicapped (EMH) students are possible to meet Principal McLeod's '
a GED earn spending being taught in the former boiler Feb. 5 deadline. In the past,
money and savings money and i room at SE where the capacity is materials could be ordered on a
-, make a good life for yourself. eight students, but three or four when-needed basis, Duncan said.
Room and board, clothing ,'" more are expected in the "...very The same educational specifications 4
allowance, transportation medical ? a near future" said McLeod. The SE used on other portables will be
J,,' and dental care will be provided. s slow learning disability (SLD) used on these four, one thing that
For more information, visit the students are currently being taughtin will speed up construction time.
'i Job Service Office at 1430 South the SE library. Plus, there are The two SE portables will be built
First Street, Lake City, or phone five or six trainable mentally han on-site, and won't Have to be moved
Irene Pearce at 7523121. dicapped (TMH) students at the from the Lawtey prison.

,,_ middle school, mixed in with older
students and they.sbquI4. ..ttending *..Going'Portable..., .
Rec. Dept..: ,, ,,,, SE. '.. 'Aftei'the lengthy discussion about

Anyone interested in going to the r av ,, "...and "really, we need it im going portable, the board passed a
: : movies on Wednesday afternoons mediately, said Principal McLeodat motion to have architect Spiros
.. please contact the Recreation :. the Nov. 17 meeting.The Drives get at least three bids from
Department at 964-6792, There will ; sx r. r 'u11 school board has been local contractors. Duncan's office
-,.':" be a special rate just as was of \I stymied in building portable will find a foreman to oversee the
"' fered during the summer. classrooms because Lawtey Correc construction of the second portable!
._ Basketball registration continues ti tional Institution is building a new classroom.
until Dec. 12 at the Old Armory for f i gym, and took the crews which were Four portable classrooms were in -
'.., boys and girls ages 7-14. building portables for that. Portable the 85-86 budget, recounted Supt.
," ,., ,3 classrooms are considered the least Duncan at the board's request
t ,; r expensive method of alleviating Three were built, one going to Brad-
,! t wt a. space problems at various schools ford Middle School and two to Brad
3.;. Call-In Program... f and with the type of construction us ford High.
3 q ed will last 20 years. Need for more classroom is
A morning call-in service to space
assist senior citizens who are alone Iii, The board was casting around approximately the same at
"1": is offered by the Starke Police r d. Nov. 17 for an alternative to having Southsidc Ele. and Starke Ele., said
Department, according to Chief q r portable classrooms built by the Supt. Duncan. One portable went to
r, Jimmy Bowen.To / 1 prison system, which is most inexpensive SS in 8586. But the one for SE was
become involved in the 6 ,1/ + method because there is no not constructed.See .
labor cost.James .
a citizen is asked to register
with the Police Department then 4 (Cobby) Wainwright: a [ Portable... P.SAJ 1
call in before 10 a.m. each day.
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will Photoo ,Ma.k"Iadll"

check on those citizens who have i Make Your Bids... .
not called in. If there is no answer r Christmas Parade
a police officer will visit the ., Farmer's Market Manager and Auctioneer Bob
residence. e ry Allen (at top with finger pointing) had his hands full
Chief Bowen reminds the public Thursday as the pecan sales continue at the roadside
that the service is available. w market on U.S. 301 on Starke. Set December 13The
Allen says he has a much better harvest to deal with
this season In this, the only pecan auction of it's type in
Upcoming... the state. annual Christmas parade is set Dec. 13, beginning at 10 a.m.,
With favorable weather and plenty f local growers says spokeswoman Linda Patrick.
Bradford county commissionerswill supplying hundreds of pounds of the nuts, buyers are will be at the intersection of Thompson and Walnut
hold regular meeting the first finding plenty of variety to tingle their taste buds. streets, adjacent to Veteran's Memorial Park, where the artillery
Monday in December (Mon., Dec. Most of the buyers in Starke's pecan auction are piece is located.
% 1) at 9:30: a.m., in the courthouse. from out of toun. The parade will move north on Walnut St., to Madison St; West on
Lawtey city council will meet +. Mordaunt Bishop, (tat left) drove all the way from Madison St., to Court St; North on Court St., to Call S ; East on Call St.
Monday, Dec. 1, at 7:30: p.m., in ci Monllcello to sample the harvest, along with partner to Thompson St; North on Thom Jefferson St; West on Jef
,,, ty hall.Regularly scheduled Frank Parrish (tat left on the right). ferson St to Clark St., which is tending point. The parade route is
meeting. approximately .7 miles in length.
Starke city council will meet The 1986 parade theme is "Christmas in the Country," chosen in
Tues. Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m., in city - competition among Bradford County elementary student classrooms.The .
winning theme was submitted by Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's fourth
hall.The Bloodmobile is scheduled to Bradford Nuts Snapped Up I grade Southside Elementary classroom which won the $25 award.
be at Hercules facility,.m.t Edwards The Parade Committee of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce
, Road, from 7 30.9:30 and at the sponsoring organization, is Steve Denmark, Dwayne Hardy
Starke Uniform on SR-16, from By)Mark Frledlin BCT Staff Writer Market display area. "The weather has been more Jimmy Bowen, Linda Patrick, Jimmy Epps, Steve Futch and the
y 10:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. Fall has arrived, the leaves are turning and the favorable this season and we're going to keep selling Shrine Club. The committee will contact Santa Claus, and arrange for
The Board of Governors of the Bradford County pecan harvest is here hundreds of each Thursday here as long as the quality keeps up the him to take part in the parade. Since there is only one Santa, it would
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce pounds of the tasty treats which grow so well here in way it has ond the supply holds up. We might be) selling only confuse children to have anyone else dressed in Santa suits, tak
is set to meet at : .m. North Florida. here until Christmas. ing part in the parade.
Thursday, Dec. 4, in the boar Eager buyers from all over the state and beyond Fancy Stuart nuts were holding Mans best at an Applications to enter floats, bands or other groups in the parade
room at the Starke Center of SFCC. have been snapping up the light brown nuts by the bale, average of 90 cents per pound with and Seedlings may be obtained from the Chamber of Commerce office, phone
, No luncheon. with most of the selling activity here taking place at going for 67 cents per lb. and 63 cents per lb., 964-5278. Awards of $50, $35 and $15 will be made to the top three winners -
,: the Farmer's Market on U.S. 301 in Starke where respectively. Entrants must be at the starting point at 9 a.m., and in position at
r' Market Manager and Auctioneer Bob Allen has been visitors from out-of-town bought most of the nuts. 9:30 a.m. for the 10 a.m. starting time.
busy each Thursday afternoon selling the local The crowd on any given day at the Farmer's market In- Sufficient adults must accompany each float or group to supervisethe
farmer's most prime offerings to crowds of customers, cludes buyers for restaurants and resorts along with activity. Participants are advised to remove a float immediatelyfrom
Local ClosingsFor and at "Mom and Pop" roadside stands which dot the private customers with a taste for pecans who happento the parade in case of a breakdown.
Thanksgiving... sides of area highways. hear of the sale. Deadline for ab entries is Friday, Dec. 5.
Over 15,000 pounds of nuts have changed hands at the "I like to buy some of each of the different types,"
the convenience auction slpce it opened Nov. 6, according to Allen, who commented visitor Wanda Ennis, who drove from Band Concert...
stores will closed] Thanksgiving says the average price for all the nuts he has sold, Fruitland, Fl. for the sale. "I like Mahans the best, the The Bradford-Union Community Band plans a concert immediately
Day this Thursday, Nov. 27. regardless of variety, is running at about 75 cents per ones with the paper-thin shells." following the Christmas parade in the parking lot of the Starke Centerof
Even Winn-Dixie will be close pound."The. The flavorful] nuts are most popular in the Fall and SFCC.
Thursday. So, if you haven't crop, and the sales, are going much better this Winter and pecan-based recipes are a natural for
bought your turkey yet, you'd year than last," Allen commented Thursday as a groupof Thanksgiving and Christmas feasts with a traditional

store better Wednesday.get on down to the grocery. high-volume buvers descended. the Farmer's touch. B-Books on Sale Now...

Family Dollar will be open 10 The BHS Alumni Association will be selling the Bradford High
a.m. to 5 p.m. but everybody else Atty Brown Resigns Board Post I
The Telegraph checked wkh will __ School Hildebran B-Books, association over the chairperson.Thanksgiving holidays, according to Linda

be closed Thursday. The grocery School board attorney Terry NAACP. "Although there is no conflict districts. Jimmy Scott is a complain-) Proceeds of the B-Book sale will l go to help with special projects and
stores, Wiun-Dixie!, Norman'sMarket Brown has submitted his resignation within a technical sense, I tant in the NAACP suit. The county buy needed supplies for the high school.
and Roy's Grocery, will effective Nov. 30. believe that it is in the best interestfor and school board did not fight the The books will be on sale for$S this Friday and Saturday,Nov. 29-30.
be closed Thursday. So will be The school board agreed Nov. 18 to all concerned that I sever my NAACP suit charging unfairness to at: Mitchell's Drugs, Roy's Grocery, Community State Bank, The Of
w Florida Bank at Starke, Com- advertise the position and to notifyall relationship with the school board/ minorities and established single fice Shop Home Entertainment Center, and Friday, Nov. 29, only at
munity State Bank, and Florida ]local attorneys of the opening. Brown wrote. member voting districts. The suits the Florida National Bank at Starke. ,
Federal.The Brown cited the appearance of a all claim that black citizens cannotbe B-Books can also be purchased through the mail by writing to the
Bradford County Courthouse conflict of interest created, he said Attorney Brown also representsthe elected to local governmentalposts BHS Alumni] Association, %BIIS.1581 N.Temple Ave.,Starke,f'L 32091or ) J
and Starke City Hall will by the election Jimmy Scott to the City of Starke which Is legally under the city's current and by calling BHS, 964-6092, during school hours or 964-8937 after p,m.
be closed Thursday and Friday. school board and the City of Starke's opposing} the NAACP's suit to the county and schol board's former and weekends.
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I Tornado' Band Earns Straight 1 SuperioW tiA ;+ r'J l3jt'i' .w"1C'f State 'ContestFor _

the 18th straight year,the Tor- Burch,Pam Carter,Charles Casner, '.'
nado Marching Band of Bradford Dale Cassels, Claudine Greenly, L.-s -
High earned straight superior Angela Joiner, Sherry Mattox, Kenneth 4' w
ratings, the highest possible, at : ,
District Contest Owens, Chanda Padgett, Ken- :ti t v ', a

The BUS band was rated superiorin Rosalyn neth Stahl Taylor., Kevin Starling and t ir 4 S i i1

marching, musical performance, Sophomores-AngieBaucom, Micki
and auxiliary elements,which do not -
Becker, Ginny Bennett, Karen
play and instruments dancers, such as majorettes Black, Audra Brantley, Lilly ,
flag Burgess, Paul Coleman Coretha
Daniels, Kern. Fillyaw. Angela For- tw
Twenty-two bands were rated
Nov. 15 in the District Contest at syth, Renee Hewitt Karen Hodges, 1 7 A.
Florida Field on the University of Tonya Klein, Kim Lee, Cnsty
Florida campus in Gainesville. Meyers, Zellouise Montgomery,
Karen Morgan, Wanda Mueller, i MMrVyw p 4 v.'r
The band is under the direction of Kristin PfenniRer. Becky Poore,
Charles (Buddy) Ball with James
Brownlee as assistant. Other instructors Melinda Powell, Jimmy Quiette,
are James Peronto, per- Noy Srivibul, Billy Starling, Sheila
cussion, and Donna Parado, jazz Stewart, Charlotte Terry, Sheila
girls Tew, Monica Tucker and Shannon
Wolfe. ,
"We have a great group of
talented and dedicated young people Freshmen-Allison Archey, Debbie
," says Ball. Browning, Celeste Carter, Kenny
Clark, June Cole, Jennifer Dodge,
The band members are, by grade: Scott Duncan, Aimee Ferguson,Jeff
Seniors-Paul Bawek, Kevin Foster, Kelly Hatton. Kim Johnson,
Cogdill, Lottie Cole, Doug Fertig,
Cane Foster, Kim Gowens, Eric John Loper, Timmy McBride, Angy
Lane, Donna Langley, Angela Mon- McChesney, Beth McKinney, Amy ;
tgomery, Larry Nazworth, Shawn Noegel, Steven Thornton, Anthony .
Schmidt, Bianca Simpson and Tim Tyson and Ron Wishart ,
Weir. -
Also attending were two runners
Juniors-Erika Banks, Kevin for this season, Kristy Ball 'and
Blankenship Robert Bonne. Kirn Bradley Ball.
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Top Performance...
Air. Conditioning I. The Bradford High School Marching Band, shown above at the Univer- The BUS marchers put on an outstanding show that earned a standing
i sity of Florida's Gator Field, earned straight superior ratings at the state ovation from other band members present and top ratings at the competition !
I : band contest held at the stadium. matched against the best high school bands in the state.
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Starke, FloridaSubscription distance runner Lori 1 he state race finishes the regular Class 2A, is the top girl runner in the
JOE COX. OWNER any appliance repair. Rates Sapp finished 7th in the annual state season for Lori. state. Block has already has run
: girl s cross country championship But Sapp will be running for the 11:05: this year. McGhee has run
In-trade area: $12.00 per year Saturday,Nov. 22,at the Deland Air- Florida team in the U.S. TAC National down in the teens, 11:14: or 11:15.:
Whirl of ( 474621rf..lft.f,1e $7.00 six months port.It Cross Country Championshipsin Lori Sapp ranks 10th overall in the
Outside area: $13 per year was the third year in a row that Raleigh, N.C. this Saturday, Nov. state, regardless of class. Her best
$7.50 months Lori Sapp, a junior, has finished in 29.Last year Lori finished 18th in the time so far is 11:48.7.:
I MVICI For Service & Repair .six. the top 10, and is automatically all country at Raleigh in a race that in- Coach Loper and wife,Jeanie, and
state for three years in a row.Lori's cludes up to sophomores in college. Lori's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don
time was 12:08: in the two Last year's run was made in ram, Sapp, made the trip to Deland,going
mile run. Lori was not physically mud and snow. down Friday night.Coach Loper had
100%, but she made a real gutsy Winner or the girl's race was to check Lori in at 7 a.m. Saturday.
Thf race, says Coach George,.Loper, Heather McGhee of Lakewood in Winning girls team at- the state
especially in the last half mile where 11:36.7: the second best girl runner, Tallahassee Leon wiJh.U) ports
lli11illIIJilliVV':]] she came from 11th to 7th. Lori wail in the,state.: Melanie Block'of" Pelt ,' followed, ;,.by'.TMusville Astronaut, filII.
___ tired for some reason, says Loper. sacola Catholic, who ran 11:26 in 119.

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I Energy Assistance Available for Low Income Residents

TALLAHASSEE- Low income Application i forms for the Low- ice of the Department of Health and
{ Floridians have until Dec. 15 to app- Income Home Energy Assistance Rehabilitative Services (HRS) or
? .i'. I ly energy for one-time costs. assistance with home Program are available in Starke at the local AFDC or food stamp offices

Applications must be returned to 1250 Andrews Circle,Suite B,back of Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5
HRS I by Dec. 15. Powell's Dairy Freeze, the local of- p,m. The phone number is 964-8039..

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L:. .County. Forester Doubles Output r : ,_ '

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County Forester David W. Norton The county forester coordinateslocal ing counties
assisted local growers in the plan forestry efforts with the Updated the annual. survey of )
ting of 800 acres of timber in 1985-86, Agricultural Extension Service, Soil timber consumption by wood pro- s I
more than twice the previous year, and Water Conservation Districts, duct buyers and processors within
according to his annual report of ac- and the Agricultural Stablization Bradford county.Discussed
tivities presented to the County and Conservation Service, while pine reforestation on Y
Commission.In keeping the public informed of activities idle or unproductive land with 21 lan .:' +
the report Forester Norton cites through various media chan- downers. ,P'
the purpose! of the program, its accomplishments nels. He assists and arming Worked with landowners in site
for the year, and its groups,school boards,pars and preparation and setting 1,250 acresn \
goal for the next fiscal year, 8687.! recreation departments, and seedlings. .
homeowners, !in reference to shade
Purpose of Project... trees. Next Year... '- li
The forestry program is operatedby Norton has established goals for
the Florida Department of What he did... next year, which include continuing
Agriculture and Consmumer Ser- Norton rendered forest related assistance to the various individualsand y. '
vices, In cooperation with the U.S. assistance to 14 organizations in groups that participated in the '
Secretary of Agriculture. The 1985-88, and 70 landowners. 17 of the program in prior years,and adds the
Cooperative Forest ManagementAct 70 landowners had never before following special projects:
of 1950 established the combined sought his help with growing timber Promotion and planting of 600 or
efforts of the two governmental Norton: more acres into pine production.
agencies to provide technical Provided technical advice to 25 Promote the "free seedling pro ti' r 1e '
forestery assistance to private landowners landowners who qualified for and gram," designed to increase
forest operators,wood processors received federal cost-share reforestation on idle or cutover
and public agencies. The assistance for tree planting. lands, and funded through Florida's
program is implemented in Brad- Trained Bradford F.F.A.chapter wood products industries. Building the Library...
ford county by a graduate forester members for the forestry field day, Encourage landowners to com-
bine Dr. Bernard McFadden (above at left) of the Santa Education Chairman Cindy DeValerlo and Sandra
Norton is responsible for assisting and instructed at the annual FFA cattle and timber operations.
Fc Community College Starke Center all smiles Crawford. Crawford and DeValerlo in of
was were charge
landowners in forest Continue
managing forestry training camp, at Camp to promote and assist
lands. Recommendations are basedon O'leno State Park. landowners desinging prescribed this week ax he accepted a check from the Junior the food booth at the Starke Art Festival, from which
Woman's Club of Starke for the book fund at theschool's the proceeds came for the donation.
an analysis of woodland condi- Placed a forestry Investment exhibit burning.
tions, and the owner's wishes to gain in the Bradford county fair. Encourage the development of a library. The gift Is part of the Starke Center's "Send A Book
the check for the club (from left to drive.
Presenting are to College"
optimum production from available Conducted a seminar for landowners forest landowner cooperative within
right): Club President Debbie Connaughton, Club
limber resource! _._ from-" Bradford_ ,. .and adioln0" Bradford county.

I Downtown ProjectFrom

( Page 1A] responsibility for the project. Mayor Speaks... Neil Tucker state that the suit with involved in the $200,000 action. carried. The amount Starke will
Progress Committee,and chairmanof Councilman Bobby Biggs ask the Mayor Silcox interrupted the Amoco had reached agreement,pending Councilman Crosby moved to accept receive in the final settlement ha'not I
approval by the several cities the and the motion been determined.
the Blue Ribbon Committee"iftheir committee what did they propose, discussion to remind both the coun- I
recommendation still the and Miller replied "We recommendET
were cil and the committee that deadlinesare
same??" Miller replied in the affir- and M to do the design work, "city's business," and sole Minority Recruiting Drive Set by SFCC ::1
mative. Miller said "design work"is with any water situation to be handl- responsibility of the city council.
the primary need of the project,and ed otherwise. That thought was not "There seems to be some confusion
A drive to recruit minority organization is the ing the aid.
the committee feels that Robinsonhas pursued further.Councilman about whose responsibility this is," Sponsoring
the best credentials for this Travis Woods asked if said the mayor. Mayor Silcox then students for the Starke Center of Guy Andrews Minority Recruiting Committee members are: Mary
aspect of the job.Councilman the committee thought ET and M called for the motion to retain one of Santa Fe Community College is set Committee organized for the sole McCloud, phone 964-6150; Mrs,
Jimmy Crosby askedif could meet the deadlines imposed on the two engineering firms. to be kicked off at an Educational purpose of recruiting potentially Theresa Holiday, co-chairperson,
city engineers,BH and R would be the project, and Miller replied that Day Progam this Sunday, Nov. 30,at deserving minority students to at- 964-6092; Mrs. Daisy Williams,
doing any of the "street work?" to "we will have a tight contract." City Suit Settled... 11 a.m. at Greater Bethlehem tend the SFCC Starke Center. The secretary; Clarence DeSue
which Mayor Silcox replied "nothing attorney Terence Brown stated that Freewill Baptist Church on Chesnut committee seeks to inform prospective treasurer; Guy Andrews, Dr. Bernie
else is involved," indicating a single he could"draw a tight contract,with Prior to naming the engineering and Ash Streets in the Reno sectionof students of financial aid MCFaddt'nkMrs. Nova Bright, Mrs,
the heard
firm council clerk
city Starke. available and assist them in obtain-
firm would be<< retained with full penalties. Mrs. Elaine Lee.

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1 Brougnl iu you TURKOLOGY CONTEST
By Orlan Wells

Oddly enough the record for ,
the biggest crowd ever to attend a TURKEYWINNERS
football game was NOT set at a :, Win A Turkey
college or pro football game asyou'd
but at school
expect a high
game. The all-time, football attendance Rex Anderson Jr. For
record was at Soldier Field, Dianne Rowe ThanksgivingRULES
Chicago, Nov. 27, 1937, when We've got a turkey for you
I 125,000 people came to see a high Linda Gatlia
school playoff game.
I Turkeys : Each space below represents some business firm of Bradford County Use the scrambled letters and arrange -

Incredibly,there was once a National them to spell the firm's name EXACTLY, using all the letters and punctuation marks to enter this contest.To .

Football League game when Be The first THREE persons submitting the correct or nearest correct answer BEFORE 12:00: Noon on Monday,
one team got behind 21-0 BEFORE
THEY EVEN HAD THEIR FIRST Given Away November 24 will be awarded turkey Thanksgiving.
pened In 1975. San Diego kicked NAME PHONE -
off to Cincinnati, and Cincinnati
marched down the field for a I
touchdown. San Diego then fumbl
ed the next 2 kickoffs and both

Cincinnati. Thus, the score was COMMISSIONER WEAR
21.0 before San Diego ran their
first scrimmage play. They were
virtually out of the game before .
they could get started. Final score
was 4717. OURRANCE
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record that may never be broken. .
Placekicker Tommy Davis kicked .., r".e
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49ers for 7 CONSECUTIVE YEARS 'f'
Davis booted 234 extra points In a KAR PARTS THOMAS PEP-0 GAS AND
never missed during that time.
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Custom of Giving 7'hanksa; ts, Back,

rT' To Middle Ages; Started Here in 1564Most

historians agree that the first ing fall, Governor William Bradford gave Washington believed it should be a day oi
recorded thanksgiving service in Florida his permission to celebrate the occasion prayer observed by all religious

I occurred, not on the last Thursday in with a feast of Thanksgiving. denominations.In .

I I November, but on June 30, 1564 when the Hunters were sent Into the forest to kill 1830, New York State became the first
1 ) ,: i % .. French Huguenots established their colonyon deer and turkey for the feast,to which the in the North to proclaim a statewide holiday
" ; I I' I n / rye the banks of the St. Johns River near native Indians were invited. The first Florida governor to proclaim
i--' I S I Jacksonville. Two years later Governor Bradford proclaimed the observance was Thomas Brownin

Dating back to the Middle Ages it was a three-day Thanksgiving obser- 1850,when he set Thursday,Nov.28,as a
r common for Christians in European chur- vance that began on July 30, 1623- time day of public thanksgiving and praise.

t1jf. ches to give thanks to God for a bountiful for feasting,playing games, giving thanks, By the end of the 19th century,
harvest and deliverance from their and singing psalms. Thanksgiving was widely established as
enemies. It was not unusual, therefore, for an institution throughout New England,
On December 4, 1619, 39 English settlers
all EuropeansSpanish, English, French, and President Abraham Lincoln made it a
arrived the Plantation the
at Berkely on
and to offer similar
\ Portugueseto prayers national holiday in 1863. At the urging of
James River Charles CI-
i arrival in the New World, near present-day
upon Sarah J.llale,the editor and founder of the
( ty,Virginia.Their charter stated that each
r- -rp j Al > But the origin' of Thanksgiving Day as year on the date that they first arrived at "Ladies Magazine,"Lincoln set Thursday national
the national hominy we now' observe, is the place where they established their colony Nov. 26, 1863 as a day of
% found in the Plymouth colony in 1621 when Thanksgiving.For .
ht' / .. they were to observe a day of
i r : ; the Pilgrims gave thanks for a bountiful Thanksgiving.The three-quarters of a century, the last
harvest the first autumn after landing at Thursday in November was the day set
Plymouth Rock, December 21, 1620. custom soon spread throughout New aside for this observance.. In 1939,
England and Thanksgiving was observed,
In the rigorous winter that followed, the primarily as a religious service with "din- however President Franklin D. Roosevelt
colonists lived aboard their the designated the "fourth Thursday" in
the the autumn
ner on grounds,
November for the holiday, in order to
Mayflower, where 47 of their number died, harvests.
-i victims of an epidemic that had killed lengthen the shopping period before
t 95,000 Indians along that coast between During the American Revolution, eight Christmas and thus provide more
1615 and 1617. days of special thanksgiving were proclaimed customers for merchants still recoveringfrom
c"" following major victories of the the Big Depression.
f When the Mayflower returned to colonists. In 1789, resident George
\ England in the spring, the colonists begana Washington proclaimed Thursday, Nov. Thursday later, Congress set the fourth
permanent settlement and planted 26, a day of national thanksgiving, emphasizing in November by law, making
crops. With their first harvest the follow- its religious character. Thanksgiving a legal federal holiday.rMore .

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Stale of Florida should do more to iron we can drink it only by adding a little that the pests had divided into gangs and
develop its historic sites as tourist attractions claret or sugar cane molasses." that one flight hoisted the net, whilst the

Issues Ignored Dr John Mahon, retired Universityof But the prize story of all was told by Dr. other got under and fed. Then they revers-

Florida history instructor and author of Strovel), an army surgeon assigned to duty ed roles until every blasted one had drunk
"The Second Seminole Indian War," told in the Florida keys: his fill of blood. Their everlasting hum
In Negative Campaigning the Bradford County Historical Society never ceases..." ,
last "On my return to the light house, I accepted -
Thursday. But not all of the soldiers
were so
the invitation of Mr. DuBose to
disgruntled. James Barr Lousiana
Political commentators bemoan the $6,000 to $10,000 per house. MacKay sug- Mahon said an outstanding example of with him.The table was placed on the piaz,- volunteer, wrote, "... no wonder, a the In-
We surrounded with smoke
fact that the 1986 crop of candidates failed gests this could be financed through the site Fort preservation Foster in Hillsboro is the reconstruction State Park of and za. enveloped were in smoke, but still found pans it dians "wouldn't leave this land. It is an
near Eden.
to run on substantive issues, and home mortgage and not collected until Tampa, where guides wear authentic necessary to keep our hands and feet in active -
relied almost entirely on 30-second TV the builder sells the house. The tradeoff uniforms of the Indian War period, and tell motion to avoid the assaults of the James Dallam, another volunteer, said

spots, maligning the character and as he sees it, would be a rollback in visitors the story of frontier fighting in that enemy. he liked Florida "the best of all places.""

credibility of their opponents.One utility rates for existing residents, plus area. The fort is similar in construction to "After supper we went on board our but He meant "to settle here and speculate,
that used at Fort Harllee I the Santa Fe unfortunately, he never got a chance.
stable rates for near sloop, spread out our mosquito nets, and
critic said, "In the absence of more everyone. River in Bradford County, the speaker the enemy stormed and assailed us Inevery he was killed in a surprise Indian attack on

issues, negative campaigning will stay Facing realities, Rep. MacKay said = direction. One of-the sailors swore Fort Harney in 1839.

around while.." But the issues weren't that increasing urbanization is a fact of said.Dr.. Mahon said that trouble with the

"absent"they were just ignored. life in Florida, and urban density brings Seminole Indians had reached such a state

President Reagan set the tone in his increasing costs. "Thus far we haven't that white settlers had practically aban- imf li
effort to been able these and doned the Florida interior by 1836. Most of ii
cross-country barnstorming to face costs, the
the Army officers sent here to command
elect Republican senators. He was so result is an existing backlog of $30 troops and map out strategy were

seli-conhdent he made himself the billion to $50 billion in unmet infrastructure graduates of the U.S. Military Academyand

issue, urging voters to elect needs," he said "That's what it were not trained in the type of hit-and-

Republicans so he could keep control of would cost to meet the road, sewer, run warfare waged by the Seminoles. The

the Sentate during the last two years of water, and other capital needs ol our existing Indians would strike and then quickly
disappear into the many swamps in this .
his term population area, where white troops could not track

Mr. Reagan apparently thought he While unable to cope with our present them, the speaker said.

would be on sale ground by making rate of rapid growth, MacKay said, "We There were more deaths during the war
himself the central issue rather than still retain a tax structure and utility from malaria, measles, and other diseases
than there from combat, Dr. Mahon
talking about such important, though rate structure that were
is intentionally said. The troops, especially those sent here
_ controversial matters as Star Wars, en- designed to stimulate even greater from the north, complained constantly

vironmental protection, toxic waste growth" -- growth that the state is not about the prevalence of mosquitoes and

dumps, troublesome trade deficits, the prepared to cope with "We subsidize other pests, as well as lack of provisions.. \F

horrendous national debt, the bankrupt newcomers at the expense of existing Dr. John Motte, an army surgeon stationed f
farm belt, educational needs, the plightof residents. Worse yet, we let the unmet at Fort Harllee and other Florida

the poor, and a dozen more issues needs pile up. In effect, we are subsidiz- forts, wrote: "It is a hideous region to live ,
that could and should be debated. in; a perfect paradise for Indians,
ing our own generation at the expense of and other .... .
alligators, serpents,frogs, every -- -_ ,t'. I
Negative ads tilled the vacuum left by future generations That policy is as immoral kind of reptile. The soil is very poor. Why
shifting all debatable issues to the back in Tallahassee as it is in not let the Indians keep it?" ALL FOnTS of the Indian War period, including*.Port llarller, were
Washington" built with picket! made from split pine logs surrounding the enclosedarea
burner, rather than bringing them out Another soldier complained about the !
in the open. The image-makers of If Florida wants to compete with water, saving! "...it is so full of sulphate of and two block houses constructed at diagonal Forners.construction. Ii I

Madison Avenue have decreed that other areas of the nation for new i

30-seconds of TV mud-slinging is worth residents and new industries, and cope !

30 minutes of discussing the issues vitalto with the resulting costs, "We've got to County Agent's Notebook By Bobby Taylor.; --. -

America's future. Worst of all, they quit kidding ourselves," MacKay said.

seem to think that voters respond to this Our per capita expenditures are 47th

low-level appeal rather than being turn- out oi 50 states. The actual reality is This week I will conclude my series on Make the benches a comfortable I

ed off by it. Heaven help future electionsin that we've got low wages, low taxes, a greenhouses with a few words about Greenhouses IV working height, usually about a yard I i

the U.S. if this is true. second-rate educational system, inadequate greenhouse benches. Let's say you've builta be placed. However, closed benches up from the floor surface. Make sure the I '
roads and structurally sound greenhouse in a good reduce air circulation considerably, and plants you want to place on the benches
The to catch
30-second quick-fixes also no way up location. And you've provided the disease and insects can breed in the moist have enough room at the top to grow. And,
predominated in state campaigns, in- without facing the costs. necessary ventilation heat and light re sand layer. Closed benches must be built arrange the benches so the plants derive

cluding Florida's. "If Florida comes to see itself as one quirements. Now, you're ready to fill the .from strong materials, to withstand the the maximum benefit from heating, ven-
of the hinge points in revitalized house with plants. You could plant directly weight of the sand or gravel and the potted tilation, and available sunlight.I .
U.S. a newly
Representative Buddy MacKay
in the soil the greenhouse covers, or you plants. hope this series on greenhouses has '
accurately forecast this trend in a Sunbelt, we must stop kidding ourselves could set up benches within the house to .been helpful.. But, call me at 964-6280 ext.
thoughtful speech to the Florida Con- about our problems. This can happen hold your plants.. Here are a few general tips about bench 209 and I will be glad to give you additional :

ference of Editorial Writers last July. only if all of our elected officials, In this article I will discuss greenhouse informaiton.
benches, and explain why this, method of
editors and business
The theme was that Florida's candidates newspaper planting is to
superior planting directly in
ignored the tough realities. leaders are willing to accept a new the floor soil. Our information was provided Forestry in Bradford CountyReady
MacKay proved to be right. responsibilityto to develop the maturity by extension plan development
to lead." engineer John Hudson,of the University of
The 1986 crop of candidates seemed to Florida's Institute of Food and for Stuffing By David W.Norton i
say, "Why discuss reality if you don't Agricultural Sciences Bradford County Forester

have to?" It is much easier to stick with An absence of issues? There are more Greenhouse benches elevate plants and With the arrival of Thanksgiving manyof
such safe issues as who's more for or than enough to go around. The real pro- flowers so they can be more easily tended us are preparing ourselves for a stuffingnot of tree forestry; because now until March is .
blem to leaders and observed. Benches also eliminate the ( just one turkey,either).Thanksgiving planting season. Besides tree planting :
against drug control?, who's more for is develop with in- need for season a majority of the other forestry activities -
stooping or the
over is also time when of settle downto
or against the death penalty?, who's testinal fortitude enough to face them. plants. Not only are plants on benches at a realize a that fall has many descended us upon us take place along during this period ,:

strongest against drunk drivers?, who'stoo more convenient height than those grow- and winter is right around the corner. Hopefully, the clearing of a site in r.
liberal?, and who's too conser- ing on the ground, but benches permit bet- Sometimes, though I wonder if Florida is a preparation for tree planting is generally e
vative? With Friends Like These... I ter air circulation around the plants. land of just two seasons-summer ((9 mon- completed by fall. Some fertilization of 'I
Air circulation
within the greenhouse is ths) and winter (3 months)?
planted pines occurs in the fall. For folks '
Totally neglected in this bog of mish- very important for plants Plants do tendto wanting to fertilize their home trees this is ;:
mash were the real issues that affectFlorida's dry out more quickly when they're 6V best done in March
There is a rapidly growing perception that just prior to bud break -
grown on benches. But, this can be ad-
future: the decay of the changes in the White House staff must be madeif vantage because have control an ing with specific fertilizer treatment given n
you more
state's infrastructure, beach erosion, President Reagan is to survive the damage over watering. Also, good air circulation based on the tree's individual needs.
future growth and who's paying for it, already done and to be done in the future by the helps minimize root and foliar diseases of
bo. it you try to contact a forester during r
and who's paying for the cost of outfit- Iranian snafu plants.The plant surfaces dry more rapidly these periods'and '1'
ting each new homeowner, or industrywith At a time when he needs them most, his eliminating the opportunity for spores are unsuccessful please
the inner-circle of "friends" Is busy backbitingand to germinate and Insect pest problems are understand that we are not hibernating:
necessary utilities, schools, trying to protect their own hides For In- easier to control. In addition to providing we are just planting trees, burning away"r,
roads and bridges needed through the stance, his abrasive Chief of Staff Donald better air circulation, benches keep plant hazardous underbrush; writing new are'I
1990s? Regan made an amazingly flippant and self- roots warmer, which results in better ticles, putting on programs-and eating .11;
serving statement from the White House the growth. Following fall is Christmas; I know this turkey sandwiches-Happy thanksgiving! !
MacKay pointed to the size of the
other day."Some There are many designs available for because I have heard numerous times that
growth structure hidden in our utility of us," Regan remarked airily, "are greenhouse benches. They may be flat or there are only 27 more shopping days left
rate system. Each new single-family like a shovel brigade that follows a parade stepped, flat meaning that the benches are (just what you needed-another reminder
home requires five kilowatt hours of down Main Street cleaning up (the mess). We simple tables upon benches which the plants are right?) With the coming of you know what Conner Party Open
generating capacity. New capacitycosts took Reykjavld and turned what was really a placed. Stepped resemble laddersor it's time to think about getting a beautifultree To All Friends
stair-steps. Stepped benches are better
$1,200 to $2,000 kilowatthourto sour situation into something that turned out to decorate for the festive season.
per for displaying plants, but the plants also Attending UF-FSU Game
after this
Shortly is
pretty well. Who was it that took this disinformation period Arbor Day'when .
buildmeaning hook-up of only to receive light from
charges one direc- we plant trees in honor of the
thing (about Libya) and managed to tion. Unless they are rotated simple, Doyle Conners cordially Invite
turn it? Who was it that took on this loss of the will be periodically as well as the monetary. benefits which all friends attending the UF-FSU
growth -
plant irregular
Senate and pointed out a few facts and managed Benches be trees bring to us year in and year out. Arbor game to attend their annual party
n *S 1 n to pull that?" I may open or closed. Day is located right in the heart of tree from 3 to 6 p.m.Saturday Nov.29, in
An open bench simply means that U has a planting season..Peopld>.\vhd are not In- the lab complex of the Departmentof
No one, he implied, but himself and Pat
bottom constructed_ wood slats! or wire terested in planting pines for timber pur- Agriculture Administration
mation Buchanan dispenser, the abrasive, and White the rest House of the misinfor- mesh. Open benches i provide the maximum poses, this is also the appropriate time to Building, 3125 Conner Boulevard, .
gang of air circulation and insect transplant for Tallahassee. '
sometimes described as "the gay deceivers"of amount trees, shrubs ,and azaleas
public relations. They have now managed to I and disease problems are reduced. Closed spring and summer time enjoyment.Burn-,
The party Is a football traditionand
solid bottoms.
create the worst crisis of credibility in bench' have ing off of hazardous underbrush as well as Is
a popular meeting for
place '
1 4 Washington since the days of Richard Nixon. A flat bench, with a solid bottom containing wildfires also keep some folks hopping.Fall UF and FSU fans

With friends like this, who needs enemies? a few inches of sand or gravel, provides mid winter can be the busiest timesof
a sturdy support on which pots can the year for anyone engaged in any type' i id 1




I November 2a it86

V f'I'

.'Social Side Club (New Church l

of the r Voices New River Bapt. Big Gospel ProgramNov.
Church Items
y+ D Establish Fund 29 at BHS Audit '

News'I' 47'w For New BuildingOn A program of gospel music is Y''
I scheduled to be performed at the
ell ( '. WeddingsReceptions 4P Wednesday, November 19 New Bradford High School auditorium
/V'C( River Baptist Church voted to Saturday, Nov. : m
1.; I .A ,( Parties establish a New Church Building The program, sponsored by Lillie
Fund. B. Jones and Community Churches
-I'I I t.: This fund has been designated to will feature Tommy Ellison and the
'"t I,: raise money to build a new buildingfor 5 Singing Stars of Brooklyn NY
lI.t, worship. The New River Baptist Fantastic Simmons Sisters of
Church-was organized in 1833 and Gainesville; Marie Williams of
G ltiend 1 our it's present building was built in 1943 Orange Heights; Mrs.Shirley Marksof
to ( when Rev. Truby Parrish was called Starke plus others.
i\ SS House \ apastor.In The theme of the program will be
t..; We eordiatll! < 1966 Rev. L.L. Parker was called "Now Is The Needed Time".
29Bradford a pastor and the church was expanded Admission will be: Advanced;
1(ri 1 Chrlstrn November and new roof was put on.The at door $7; children 3-15 $3 at door
1 sanctuary has been remodeled since
.VI,! Satur' F 9 pfn that time. Rev Boyce Taylor is the Revival Planned at
I I.. :r beginning (I t and current pastor of New River Baptist Pine Hill Methodist
J10 sphere Church. All people are welcome to

t. ,f our holidaU a Door prizes come_ and worship. at New_River. Evangelist David :Martin 01 l
and njoll speci'als. our Palatka is set to hold a revival at the
..p relax house d. Pine Hill Methodist
I Mme our in- be serve Congregational
't. advanta9 a of W ill on allawarded f: Florida Pest Control Church beginning Dec. 1 thru Dec 7
::i i' take and refreahmenta 20% discount All Plants, Shrubs & Trees The revival starts at 7:30: nightly
a The church is located at W.
'7' will be also l includes ins for Christmas Buy On -aGetaOne! FREE Brownlee Rd. past the Vo-IVeh

9'".) special t invitation ple9a making-Areal Uh' IlJi,. ,oo;:........ ;'.L r '1t'/lFlrIllf.- 1 539 Pastor everyone.J. Parramore vveliomes
daU $
that- Mr. & Mrs. Michael SandersRoseSanders - -
FloristTu National Museum
ti: t. Program

:II South Starke 964-7954 Discussed I
301 at DAR Meetina

BMwHOTBQ BB vBiBQBBBBSB5BBBEy988BSpBSBBBEflHHBBS9BB H9BSB0 Wed Mrs. James M. McGarity of >.A.R. Museum is 1776 I Ihth(
Naples, State Chairman for D.A.R. Avenue, Washington, D.C
FREE HEARING TEST National Museum presented an In- A devotional program on
Oct. 25 in G'villeChristine teresting program on the history of "Thanksgiving" was given by Uicile
the Museum and showed slides of articles Starnes, chaplain and concludedwith
'I used by the first seven a prayer. Mattie Taber, regent,
B Rose and Michael tended by Horace Sanders, (best American Presidents includingchina presided over the business meeting
Sanders were married on Saturday, man), Paul West, John-Wayne glassware, furniture, textiles Peggy Thomas gave a talk about the
October 25, 1986 in Holy Faith Walker, Robert G. Paterson III, and portraits. national defense.
hll'Jri Hearing Loss Catholic Church in Gainesville. Scott Taylor, Dwayne Hardee Rex The Samuel Elbert Chapter, Christmas gifts were collected
Siemer, Gary Bakken and Nathan D.A.R. met at the home of Mrs. J.D. the children at Tamassee School m
Officiating was Rev. Francisco Dykes. The groom wore white tails. Henderson in Keystone Heights on South Carolina IVA.R
sin Keep You Re villa. Thursday, November 20, with co- Refreshments were serve by the
.t. The bride, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. The bride is employed by the hostess, Mrs. Huntley Redfearn. hostesses at the conclusion of the
in the Dark Robert F. Rose Gainesville wore a Bradford County School Board One interesting fact brought out is meeting. Guests W'I'eII'! & :Mrs
white satin gown with a fitted lace Lawtey Elementary as a teacher of that the address of the National James M. McGarity.
'IJr. bodice and chapel length train. special education.

." We Specialize In Helping St. Mark's Women Meet .
61.. Her attendants were Leah Rose The bridegroom is employed by
People Hear Better! (maid of honor), Joanne Wall, Tel'lJones Gainesville Fire Department as a
.. Susan Povey and Leah firefighter/paramedic. Mrs. Gilbert Brown presented the tions from an article "Spiritual Problem
Come Dykes. After a fabulous trip to Cancun, program on "Thanksgiving" by Solutions by the Jewish Peo
By and See Us The bridegroom,son of Mr. &Mrs. Mexico, the couple will live on reading the Thanksgiving Prayer ple" written by Dr. Hoy L. Smith
Horace Sanders of Starke, was at- Kingsley Lake. from Psalm 103: 1-5 at the meetingof which reminded us to turn to the
1st Monday of each months Psalms for comfort. Mrs. Miller told
St. Mark's
the Women of
s 1. .+h .#4 I++FM. . . .itIIM4+#tIiitIF . .. Wednesday, Nov. 19 in the Parish on

i Hours 9:30-5:30 M-F Hall. The good things of life come a few facts on Thanksgiving which
'Next Date: Monday, Dec. 1 9:30-4: :OC Sat. Ann's from God who is the source of all began in 1621; the date being changed .
504 W. Call Street Jo .f -" good energy that comes to us. several times and in 18H4 President
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Adrian and Lucille Powell will be *
OF GOD celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary '

422 N. St. Clair 96.--5445 on Sunday, December 7 Wed in Double "
Walter F. Montz Pastor from 2 to 5 p.m. with a reception al ,

We invite you to worship with us. the First Baptist Church in Lake
Attended Nursery Butler.

Sunday School . .,,.. 10 em All friends and relatives are invited Ring CeremonyVictoria
Morning Worship .. .. 11 am to attend.
Evening Service . ... ,. I pm
Wednesday Youth .. .. .. 7:30 pm '- Ann Mosher, daughter of dience of family and friends.
Milton Mosher, High Springs FL The reception immediately follow-
and Maywood Jones, Zephyrhills, ing the ceremony was held in the opposite -
c FL became the bride of Donald Ray end of the hall before a brick
Lowest Price Ever on Cooper, Sr., son of Clarence and fireplace decorated with greenery.
Ruby Cooper of Starke,on Saturday, Reception music was presented by j
eIsar. October 25, 7:30: p.m. at the Union Marla Jeanne Copeland and Marlsa \
Apple // Computers Correctional Institution, Train- Gaye Bussey, sisters of the bride.
ing/Recreation Complex.The The cake table was covered with
.. double-ring ceremony was burgundy with ecru lace cloth and ,
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[' '. Notary of Florida and directed by ding cake with four satellite cakes. ,
? I ft: ivlrn Donald cooper 01. bride's assistant, Joyce Thompson, The main cake was decorated with I,!
J! ',n,., '. sister of bride.A burgundy roses and topped with a ":
;, !?P," L.1 i Did You Know program of nuptial music was pair of bridal gloves on a bed of :
I v _I presented by Ken Johnson soloist burgundy translucent silk flowers j i i
'- "'" _C'_' ,' and Marla Jeanne Copeland, sisterof sitting before a lace shaped heart ,,
t P Mrs.Ed Watts,Mrs.Rose Babyar, Mrs Herbert Thomas, Mrs. John bride, pianist. Soloist and pianistof with gold beads and burgundy I '.
.4- e Mrs. Martha Ahrens, Mrs. Gilbert GriffinkMrs. J. D. Warren, Mrs. W. Alachua, FL. flower top center. Each of the
Crosby and Mrs. Herbert Thomas M. H. Connelly, Miss The front center of the hall was satellite cakes were centered with a
'"0 ,, / attended the Gainesville Convocation Lillian Stump, Mrs. Ellis Byrd and lighted by a fifteen branch arch pink/burgundy feathered dove placed -
/Lj Quiet Day which was held at St. Mrs. Joseph Stephenson attendedthe brass candelabra with a large bouffant on a bed.of burgundy netting. On
1-- '=c3Q5rJl .I workshop meeting held at the satin bow and
L- Joseph's Episcopal Church on Satur- eggshell placedon each side of the cake was a five light
-- + ..1..-*:*,/ day, Nov. 22 in Gainesville. Arlington Woman's Club In Jackson- each side was a nine branch brass wooden candelabra with vanilla and
ville Tuesday, Nov. 18. tree candleabra decorated with burgundy votive candles.
--' white, pink, rose and burgundy silk The punch table was covered in
lie Green Starter lIe Green Starter I flowers. Filling in the front between pink with ecru lace cloths and was *
$729.00 $939.00 I candelabras were potted ferns. centered by a silver coffee service I u?
a Presented for marriage by her and on each end of the table was a ;!
Includes Apple lie I28K RAM Includes Apple lice 128K RAM n parents, the bride wore an ecru large cut crystal punchbowl with i
Ruill-in Disk Drive Green Monitor External Disk Drive, Green Monitor candlelight gown with a lace flounce pedastal base.Also used to decoratethis ii
; creating a capelet effect with lace table were two five-light wooden
lie Color Starter (not shown) $879.00 m stand-up collar, illusion front and tree candleabras with vanilla and
back yokes of point d' espirit lace. burgundy votive candles.Suspendedfrom
Include'Apple lie I28K RAM, Built-in Disk Drive Color MonitorTis -,
t.f The empire waist was trimmed with the ceiling throughout the hall ,
the season to complete your children's education with the ecru lace and the lace bordered skirt were lace covered global rings containing ,
lowest extended to form a chapel length burgundy/white flowers and -
price ever on an Apple //c or Apple lie computer. Apple
computers are the computer-of-choice by educators nationwide. train. each holding a single dove. :
Buffet The bouffant veil and The brides
Thanksgiving fingertip book table was covered
Running over 10,000 and with full color
programs complete G blusher, designed and made by the with pink and burgundy with ecru
graphics, it's no wonder the Apple is a natural enhancement to November 27, 1986 bride, was of ecru tulle trimmed lace cloth and was centered by ,
your children's education. with lace and held in place by a lighted doves in a wedding arch
Combine these prices with 'Apple Pays Half Rebate and you can I 11:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. tiara. The bride carried a majestic covered with white tulle.Also,on the
save up to an additional $525. When you purchase a qualifying cascade of white roses with touchesof table was the Bride&: Groom Teddy
MENU HIGHLIGHTS and flowers and Bears and
burgundy rose a large Wedding Candle
Apple Basic from authorized
System an Apple Dealer Apple will pink baby's breath throughout.Satin with a of the invitation
pay half of up to $500 on Apple branded peripherals or software. In j Roast Prime Rib of Beef with Au Jus streamers were white and pink. embossed copy which wedding was a gift to the
addition, you'll receive $200 in special coupons from leading Apple Baked Virginia Ham 6 .Miss Vickie Boyd served as maidof groom from the bride. Keeping the
software developers. Plus for a limited time, we'll include a honor and wore a pink full length Bride's Book was,Allyson Thompson -
AppleCare Southern Fried Chicken with Honey & Pecans sleeves. She carried a colonial bou- Cutting the cake was Barbara
This Weekend quet with pink rosebuds, burgundyand Mosher, sister-in-law of the bride
Only! Roast Tom Turkey with Cornbread Dressing $ white flowers with burgundyand and Kathy Smith,sister of the bride.
pink streamers.The Presiding over the punch table was
Friday 10-7 Saturday 10-5 Sunday 12-4 ;/ Roast Leg of Lamb groom was presented for mar Clairnell Branham, sister of the
riage by his parents and was attiredIn groom and Sherry Padgett,friend of
Adults $12.95
Prices good November 28-29-30 only! Limited Quanitites : full-dress Air Force Blue uniform. the bridal couple. ,
Children under 8 Years Old: $6.95 j jj Serving as best man was Robert L. Out-of-town guests attending included
Trumble Co. Inc. Cooper, brother of the groom. Nora Mosher, Boynton I
Just prior to the stating of vows, a Beach, FL; Keith and Donna I
f'frwsZ special tribute in song was Whartenby of Trenton, New Jersey
Computer Experts So You Don't Have To Be presented to the groom by the brideas and Col.! and Mrs. Frank Kozdras of
710 No. 3rd St. Jacksonville Beach ;I she sang "What A Difference Orange Park, Florida.
?For Reservation Please Call 282-1111 ext. 1024 You've Made In My Life". After a wedding trip to the Smoky
((904)) 2 9-2815 Immediately following the exchange Mountains, Pocono Mountains, New I
of rings and "The Wedding York, New Jersey and

__ ", "t" .." 0" ,.""., It.. .""'.. .. I Z fFryv Prayer", the bride and groom lit Wtlhamsburg, VA.,the couple. will .
,- l their. Unity. abefore the au reside in Raiford. ." -

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AnnouncingCarla was presented at the WT. Weeks family J.next months '
r chapter UDC luncheon mooting on genealogy, and read excerpts from Club. at the Woman
, $n article in th UDC magazine on '
I" Anne Goetzman The luncheon table was centered
Mr. & Mrs. Dana Goetzman of Monday, Nov. 17, by Mrs. Lloyd his the raiders exploits ol Cut. ouim iviosby and with a straw basket cornucopia filled "
Starke Wide, chapter historian. during the Civil War. with vegetables and flowers trail-
I td proudly announce the birth ofa Plans
were made for the
daughter, Carla The president, Mrs. Frankly Ing down the table.
Anne, born
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tp-'J Carla loins her brothers, Cory and Pre- /
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their daughter, Michelle, to I I, a \I..,,.., from 249'
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In Starke Bradford Florist Wedding House .? ,. I Lay-A-way 00\ a.u+a,l4... .. .'
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Kimberly Ann Pace
.' daughter of chapel length train. She wore a ...
Mr.and Mrs.Thomas School Menus Clinks
Calvin Pace of Your l Iwicu .
finger tip length veil. Elegant Ladies
' Lake Butler and Joseph M. Norris 2Your 1 '
son of Nathan E. Norris of Lake City Kimberly carried a cascade of Cocktail for '.. ... ., .'j.. .} !14900,.
and the late Maude Wheeler white and ivory flowers. for her accessories Dec. 1 Dec. 5 '- "
Norris 4.5 Carat Total w -I la
: were united in marriage at the homeof she wore a single strand of Bradford Klein.& Middle School :
pearls, pearl earrings, and carries a r I i.
Mr and Mrs. ,
Tommy Thomas of Moiuliit:: Spaghetti" 7moat sauce cheese aUK f '
Starke. lace edged linen handkerchief green beans apple crisp hot rolls mlk., Christmas
belonging to her grandmother.At Tur.ilii>: Hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes,
I Performing the double the reception held in the home turnip greens, "peaches,cornbread milk.
,; M'rdnrHilu.i t Fried chicken baked beans, cab-
ceremony was Reverend Melvin where the ceremony took place helda bage slaw straw berry shortcake hoi rolls,milk.Thu..dll'l _
Owen. brides table covered with a white t Chill sallme crackers garden salad -
J The couple repeated their vows in linen cutwork cloth and was fruit cup, cinnamon roll milk.Krliluv 4I'n'''' Diamond, Ermigf onJ I'cniLiiil! RlioJilito Garnet i iYour I. lour ChiCe AI11111cr.al4b )
front of the centered with three tiered : Whaler on a bun later tots mixedvegetables I Rlna:
fireplace which a
wedding ,
was pineapple upside down cake,milk. Choice P. I IJk ... .....
, centered with cake adorned at the with bride 1 .. :'- .. -. ,
an arrangement of top a Bradlord Middle School students have a choiceof IJk'" rn1wN. 11..1 .I'1 .. .i.
white glads, bachelor's-buttons, and groom. The cake was flanked by a hot lunch or a sulad barBradfordtligh ",..... I. .r.: '349"-"+
white carnations and fern. two single silver candlabras with School I ..r..... '59" '.. '.. .". '49" ... 149".. ',. ,( II'P\i\\ ., .. :.:
Mrs. Celeste Saunders, pianist white burning Silver I J. ,.
tapers. com- ., ,. -99" '99" \: '129" <
provided a program of nuptial potes held nuts and mints. Mrs. Col Mondu.t beans. pemrheu: Salisbury, brownie Steak, biscuits rice It, milk.Tupsclut gravy. green I ., ,. '279M99"- .. .. '279" 'I....L.. "' ,.m.n ax..", 4..... ::1f / ..".IJifl'1:,e,,. 1
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Mr. Mike Lord served as best The punch and buffet table were .cabbage slaw, applesauce cinnamon roll milk. ...---- -
man. WrrinrsiljiLasagna: garden salad mixedvegrtuhlra I
covered with a white linen cloth, ,
Diana Pace, sister of the bride at- where the punch bowl was encircled apple crap hoi rolls milk.
Thurnilu.t:: Hamburger on bun polalo lots, let I Prices Good through Thanksgiving
tended as maid of honor. She with milk.
wore a white carnations, turn tomato pickles Key Lime pie
burgundy full length gown of bachelor's-buttons and greenery. Friday: Pl./...buttered corn, fruit cup cookies, I 1
lustrous polyester and carried a Presiding at the punch bowl was milk. r ,
.. nosegay-of white and burgundy silk Jud Woodall and Norma Wheeler. \-Ia-Carle : VISA I

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The bride given in marriage by Assisting in the serving of the guests pinLa hamburgers. :
i( her father,wore a full length gown of were Cynthia Stevens and Adelaide Tueida.t:, Cheesoburgi-rs, pina french fries, I Mon.'Frl. rJ11\1lV' rz:8S1
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ribbon. The bodice featured the Following a trip to Daytona Beach orange juice milkshakes,fata.Thursiliiy CJ ...""' ..
Queen Anne neckline enchanced the couple will reside in Lake Butler : Cheeseburgers. french fries, orange Saturday

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I Raiders Shut-Out BHS 14-0 1111

The 10th ranked- in Class 3A Santa chest, but Wiiiiams's arms were be- Coacfi David Hurse talked to the of- e'k
Fe Raiders rolled In a 7-3 regular ing held by a Santa Fe defender and ficials about calling the same way
season finish with a 14-0 win over the he couldn't catch the football. No against both teams. Sexton told the
visiting Bradford High footballerson penalty was called. official he could go with the official if 4r
a cold Friday night, Nov. 21. On third down fullback Greg Wig- he treated both teams the same.
Sophomore running back Orlan gins went eight yards up the middleto Then two straight holding .
Lumpkln returning with speed to the S.Fe 18. But on fourth and two penalties were called against Santa a
burn after recovering from an injury from the 13, QB Berry fumbled the Fe, pushing the football back to the ,
and missing two games, twice turn- snap from center and Santa Fe took Raider 36. '
ed the corner on the BHS defense for over on downs. Then came speedster Orian Lum- ,F s
touchdown runs of 20 and 64 yardsfor The first Santa Fe score came pkin around the end to the Santa Fe
the two Santa Fe scores. Both after QB Berry fumbled the snap sideline leaving Tornadoes spralledin :.\
Raider drives were kept alive by from center at the Raider 37. Santa his wake, for a 64 yard touchdownrun. :.)
penalties. Fe moved 15 yards on a pass Interference Santa Fe tacked on a two point i
Santa Fe will travel to Invernessthis call when Tornado defen- coversion with a pass over the head i'r
Friday to play Citrus High in the sive back hit a Raider receiver from of BHS safety Cory Strong and led
regional playoffs.The behind as he caught a pass and 14-0 with 6:35: remaining in the third :,' .. ,
loss ends the 1986 BHS football coughed it up. The BHS defense period. f
season at 28. Fourteen BHS seniors stacked up a dive up the middle but "
played their last game for the Orian Lumpkin turned the corner fora : '
Fighting Tornadoes. 20 yard TD jaunt around the end. IF
BHS got to the Santa Fe five yard Santa Fe started from its own 10
line following the second Santa Fe yard line for the second touchdown.BHS Bradford High II II II II 0 !
score. With a first down at the Santa stopped two runs for 2 and 3 Santa F*_ II' 0 7 14BHS _
Fe 11, BHS netted six yards on two yards, then tossed the Raider back Santo P. L -r--- ,
running plays but missed on two for an eight yard loss when rover Pint Dawns 7 14 Y s

passes and gave up the football on back Greg Wiggins fired up quickly.But Ruining yards JS-M 3J-J24 ......,,, ..,. ,..... .. ....-:::...... _... ....... ._. ....... yi ..-.-.... ...,,-,
downs at the Raider five yard line. a face mask penalty gave Santa Pitting Yards if .J
BHS got the football at the Santa Fe a first down at its 23. Lumpkinsgot PA-PC-PI 2..1 21..-0 Defensive Crunch..
Fe 26 yard line early in the fourth around the end for 13 yards Punts :1-17. 5-14 It the last of the season for the Tornadoes
Fumble! lo t ) ) 1-1 The Bradford Tornado defensive line surges against was game
quarter after a fumble recovery by before Mike Elder made the stop, ... the Raiders.
Pinaltlas-yardi 10S Santa Fe as Sophomore Bill Hamilton (no.62) and in 1980 as they fell 14-0 to I
defensive tackle Billy Harrell. QB and a late hit penalty moved the
Scoring Summary Senior Greg Wiggins (no.33)) converge on this play I list
John Berry's first pass was batted football to the Santa Fe 40. I1 Santa P> Lumpkln, 30-yard run. Ep kick Friday night.
down by Raider linebacker Gerry BHS Coach Mike Sexton, finally (.Mod.
Davis. QB Berry's second pass hit tiring of the flags flying against 21 Santa ".- bumpkin, M yard run. Ep, pass
tight end David Williams in_ the BHS.,, called time out and Sexton and from QB Horace Janklns. -.

BHS Girls Basketball Team

Browning ConstructionInc. Begins Play Dec. 1 in OcalaThe

Bradford High girls basket- had a coaching change and didn't Junior Janet Kennedy didn't play
ball team goes into action Monday want to play the BIIS varsity; last year but played as a freshmanand
964-6054 Free EstimatesLicensed night Dec. 1, at Vanguard High in Hawthorne, and EPiscopalb which was the leading scorer and re-
Ocala. didn't want to ecause bounder two years ago on the JV
The varsity plays 8 p.m., the JV they felt the JV team ran the score team. Kennedy is a good rebounderand
Insured Experienced five at 6:30: p.m. up on them. good shooter from medium
Next Thursday, Dec. 4, BHS plays The BHS varsity has a 21 game range 5-6 foot jump shots.
_Middleburg on the IHS floor.Fridajr schedule, the JV plays a 20 game Newcomers to the squad are:
night,Dec.5, BHS is at home for just schedule. BHS plays seven or eight Junior Roberta Williams, who
New Construction a varsity game with Live Oak, games before the Christmas break. has looked real good, is a good
following the wrestling match. The varsity girls have four return- passer, and real quick on defense}
Before the season started Coach ing starters: Senior Beverly Junior Lisa Tierney, up from the
John Slater, going into his fourth Mosley the leading scorer with a JV, is looking good as a possible
year with girls basketball, had mix- 14.5 per game average. She was the backup at point guard, is a good
Pole Buildings ed emotions. Slater knew he had four second leading rebounder with over passer, is quick, and has a good out-
starters returning but wasn't sure 8 per game. Mosley was also allareain side shot. Lisa is going to be real
l Horse Barns Hay Sheds the Gainesville Sun in 1985. strong for us off the bench.
who he had to support them. But
Senior Ann Starling returning Freshman Rhonda Bright, a left-
with the girls that have come out the letter who is a post player. Ann wasa handed shooter and ball handler,
coach Is really optimistic about this mainstay of the BHS offense last something BHS hasn't had in a long
4' team. year, Is a good rebounder and a good time. Rhonda is a good shooter, a
RemodelingAny For the first time, Slater says, he inside shooter. good passer and ball handler, and
has girls on the bench who will be Junior Felicia Davis the leading rebounder. Rhonda will play post
Any able to come in and do the same job rebounder for the past two years. and forward.
the starters are doing. In th past it- She was also the third leading scorerin Freshman Evette Covington,
I Kitchen, Bathroom, was usual to see just two BHS SUbS, 1985 with a 10.2 average. pushing six feet and probably the
This year, fans may see Coach tallest girl basektballer BHS has had
Room Additions Slater substituting five girls. Junior Angel Spell. Playing point in many years. She is a strong re-
Call 964-6054 BHS was 14-7 last year, set the guard this year, Angel Is an ex- bounder now, and is working on her
regular season mark for the most cellent shooter, ball handler and inside moves, and will be a good shot

'' No Job Too Small! .. ,- wins since BHS girls basketball. was .. passer. She'll give BHS the scoring blocker if she'll just put .her hands
'brought back'm m.: > threat"from the top--oMhe-key-4he."ow; eoach-filertw says.e .- <- '

BUS added some new teams- LiveOak'which' Tornado girls have. ..,.lauked...,; .... ,_.. ,,.-....... .Freshman Kendra 'BuTle'r fg"".
'BHS hasn't played in quick; good ball handler, is agJ'
several years; picked Middleburgback Another returning letterman is gressive. Butler a tall girl, is play-
up; added Vanguard a district senior Cindy Parado who is a good ing out front now,which gives height
opponent, and added Interlachen. ball handler and a good outside and quickness out front. Butler is a
BHS dropped Orange Park, who shooter. good shot, and not afraid to shoot.

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limit of one entry per person each week. TELEGRAPH WINNERS t

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only two
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noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the
p team you think will win or'"tie" If you think the game

::: ____ will end in a tie. The person who picks the most
games right will win the top prize. SUPPLY
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.. In the points you think will be scored by the Tor- 496-3079 964 6078 473-4973

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alarmed if you see men checking your outside -

telephone equipment.

REGISTER The Bradford BID NO. 6-1208 PUBLIC
FICTITIOUS NAMF Starke, Florida, d a Public Hear.
ing on a proposed addition to Board Rule November 18 1986
JUVENILE DIVISIONIN Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida *6Gx4-3, Job Descriptions; System.Anoly"Programmer Sealed bid will be received by the ,
THE INTEREST OF: Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the on December 15, Bradford County School Board, 582 North Southern Bell
CANDY N. WENNER, DOB: 060981, undersigned, Leonard M. Booth and 1986 at 7 p.m.. In the School Board Roomof Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 Telephone & Telegraph Co.

STEVEN B MARSHALL, DOB: 09.30.83, Louella M. Booth, PO Box 135, Brooker, the Bradford County Schools Administrative until 7 p.m. Monday, December 8, and
Minor ChIldren. FL 32622 joint owners, doing business Offices, 582 North Temple Immediately thereafter publicly opened, On November 18, 1986, Southern Bell filed a Section
under the firm of Brooker Small rated aloud and recorded In the Con 221a
AMENDED SUMMONS AND NOTICEOF name Avenue, Starke, Florida. ference Room, of the School Board ( ) application with the Federal Communications
PO Box 135, Brooker, FL
PERMANENT PETITION COMMITMENT FOR 32622 Engine, Intends Repair, to register said fictitious Copies of this proposed addition may Building, for the following: Commission In Washington DC for authority to acquirethe
be obtained at the Superintendent's Offices RE: CONSTRUCTION Of A NEW
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: name under the aforesaid statute.November. between 7:30: a.m. and 4:30: p.m., PORTABLE CLASSROOMBID Starke, Kingsley Lake, and Lawtey, Florida telephone
Dated this 12th day of
A.D. 1986 In Bradford County. Monday through Friday, NUMBER 6.1208.4 exchanges from the Central Telephone Company of
TO.: JANIE MARSHALL This Is In with the Florida
Specifications and/or bid forms Florida.
11/20 4tpd 12/11 may
Address, Unknown Statues, Chapter 120.54 as enacted by be examined at the Bradford County .

the 1974 Florida Legislature. School Board, !i82 North Temple
'I PATRICK M. MARSHALL Dewey B. McKinney Avenue, Starke, Florida, 32091, and may Any member of the public desiring to protest or supportthe
Address Unknown NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Asst. SuperintendentBradford be obtained at that some location for a
REGISTER County Schools $10 non-refundable deposit.Bid application may communicate In writing with the
RAYMOND JOHN WENNER, II FICTITIOUS NAME 11/20 12/4 Federal Communications Commission DC
., 3tchg Security In the form of a Bid Bond Washington,
Add s UnknownYou Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida executed by the Bidder and a qualified 20554, on or before December 29,1986.FEATURING.
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the surety or a certified or cashiers checkon

ore hereby notified' that a petition undersigned, Donna Verkerk, 431 NE any national or state bank In the
s under oath, copy of which l I. attached 10th St. Gainesville, Fla.. 32601 sole amount specified In the specificationsmade
hereto, has been filed in the above styled owners doing business under the firm IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH payable to the Bradford County
Court t for the permanent commitmentof name of TLC Massage Clinic, 118 S. JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN AND FOR School Board must accompany each bid
CANDY NICOLE WENNER a female Thompson, Starke, Flo, Intends to BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA as guarantee! that the Bidder will not
child, born on June 9. 1981, at Jackson. register said fictitious name under the CASE NO.: 86.421.CAIN withdraw from the competition after
villa Duval County, Sto'e of Florida, and aforesaid statute. RE: The Marriage of opening the bids, and In the event the Scenes
STEVEN BRADLEY MARSHALL, a male Dated this 7th day of November A.D. GLEN DALE BAXLEY, contract Is awarded to the Bidder he will 2 Christmas

child born on Sep'ember 30, 1983 at 1986 In Bradford County. Husband, within ten ((10)) days after receivingsame
Jacksonville. Duval Coun'y. State of 11/134tpd12/4 and execute the contract and furnish PACKAGE

Florida to the Depot linen' of Health and .. ..- .. ROBERTA LYNN BAXLEY, the required bond, falling which the CONSISTS OF:
Rehabilitative Services for subsequentadoption Wife security shall become the property of
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGCASE the Owner as liquidated damages.All 2 Color 8 x 10's
and you are hereby commanded NOTICE OF ACTION, CONSTRUCTIVE
to be and vppedV before the NO: 86.483 CA SERVICE: bids must be made on the appropriate 2 Color 5 x 7's
Honorable George H. Pierce Acting IN RE: FORFEITURE OF ONE 1980 GMC NO PROPERTYTO proposal forms, properly executed and
Judge of f he Circuit Cour', a' the Bradford PICKUP TRUCK, FLORIDA TAG : ROBERTA LYNN BAXLEY and placed in the envelope pro
Coun'y Courthouse, at 3:00: o'clock! RQN849, VIN: TCL14AS515866 PINES APARTMENT, rT165 vided, marked to Identify the bid and ,e, a.. 8 Wallet size

P.M, on Wednesday, Dece.ber 17, 1986 TO Lucian P. Bradley ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA then shall be delivered or mailed to ,r -11x14
at Stal ke, Bradford County Florida You AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURITY YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on action for Bradford County School Board, 582 N. .. _
mus' appear at a heating on the date OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE dissolution of marriage has been filed Temple Ave., Starke, Florida, 32091. -

and a4 'lie time specified Your failure to DESCRIBED PROPERTY.The against you, and you are required to The Bradford County School Board wrw
appeal 01 respond will be treated as a above described property was serve a copy of your written defenses if reserves the right to reject any or all
consent to per ma"en' commitment and seized by Robert R. Dempsey as Com any, to it on Eugene F. Shaw, Husband bids, waive Informalities In any bid,
you will permanently lose all legal rights missioner of the Florida Department of attorney, whose address Is 925 E North make the award In part or whole, and to
as a parent the child or children named Law Enforcement or his agents on the Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, make the award In the best interest of
26th day of September, 1986, at or near the Bradford County School Board. ONLY
III the Petition for Permanent Com on or before December 8, 1986 and file BY: Barnard Portraits
South U. S. Highway 301, Starke, Brad Award shall be based
tho lowest
mi'men' at'ached to this Summons. the original with the clerk of this court on $3.00
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk of said ford County, Florida. This property Is either, before service on Husbands attorney base bid proposal. Portraits Will Be Made At depositand
currently In the possession of the Florida THE SCHOOL BOARD OF '15"
Court and the Seal thereof 'his 27th day or Immedra'ely 'hereaf'er; other. due
of October, 1986. Department of Law Enforcement. A legal wise a default will be en'vred against BRADFORD COUNTY at time of
of the Florida ANDREWS DRUGS
GILBERT BROWNAs representative Department you for the relief demanded in the petition BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.By .
Clerk of of Law Enforcement will appear Jim DuncanSuperinlendent deliveryplus
the Court THURSDAY DEC. 4th
before the Honorable
By Bal born S'arner Fagan November tax
DATED on this 4 1986.
Depu'y ClerkIn Judge of the Circuit Court, Eighth GILBERT BROWNAs '11/26 2tchg 12/4 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Judicial' Circuit of Florida at the Bradford ..
Clerk of the Court -------------- -- -
County Courthouse, on the 8th day of ---.. --.-
BY: Martha S. Johns
January, 1987, at 9:45: o'clock am., to
As Clerkll134chgl24
compliance with Florida Public Ser request the filing of a Rule to Show Depu'y IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA
vice Commission Rule 25.4.05, Central Cause why the described property EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND Get Yours Ready For The
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Telephone Company of Florida (Centel) should not be forfeited to the use of, or FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
and Southern Bell Telephone and sale by the Florida Department of Law CASE NO.: 86.476
Telegraph Company hereby give notice Enforcement pursuant to the provisions DIVISION:
that they Intend to file a joint petition to of Section 932.701-704, Florida Statutes IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF HOl"se.
transfer Centel rights and obligationsas ((1983)). If no claimant appears, a request COURT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR JOHN C. CONNERS, ..
a telephone company in the Exchanges will be made for an immediate hearingand BRADFORD COUNTY Husband,
of Kingsley Lake, Lawtey and entry of a Final Order of Forfeiture Case No. 86361CA and
Starke to Southern Bell Telephone and JUDY A. CONNERS, ShowTACK
Telegraph Company in Florida effective Robert R. Dempsey, Commissioner Wife.
upon approval of the Florida Public Service Florida Deportment of Low Enforcement, IN RE: The Marriage of NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
Commission Petitioners do not propose By Craig Rockensteln, Field Counsel EDWARD LYNN WATKINS : JOHN C. CONNERS SALE
through this" proceeding to make 711.B liberty Street Husband, c/o Peninsula Ford
any changes in the affected customers' Jacksonville, Florida 32202 1380 Ocean Drive
recurring rates, In customer deposits or ((904)) 359.6480 and Homer, Alaska 99603 Valhoma Fortiflex Simco Supreme Ivermectrin

in deposit' Interest applicable to luch 11/26 2tchg 12/4 CHRISTINE LOUISE WATKINS, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Halters Flat Back Storm Paste
customers With respect to the abovementioned -------- Wife. for dlssoutian of marriage has been
Items, the customer will be filed against you and you are required.to Bucket Blankets
left in the same position as they were NOTICE OF ACTIONTO serve a copy of your written defenses, If $1 0 $750 $700
prior to the effective date of the proposed NOTICE OF AUCTION : EDWARD LYNN WATKINS, Husband any, to It on D. Wyatt Johnson, peti $4300
transfer. There are no changes In NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon- Address Unknown tioner's, attorney, whose address Is Post
calling scope which are proposed by vir day, December 8, 1986, at 10:00: o'clock YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on action Office Box 656, Melrose, Florida, on or
tue of this application. a.m. the undersigned, Gator based on the Dissolution of Mar before the 30th day of December 1986, Special Price Saddle Pads
CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF Fretghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction riage in Bradford County has been filed and file the original with the clerk of this
FLORIDA for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.. Jackson against you and you are required to court either before service on on Saddles
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND ville, Fla., one lot of drugs/chemicals serve a copy of your written defenses, if petitioner's attorney or Immediately, 20%
TELEGRAPH COMPANY consigned to Johnson Drug Co., Tampa, any to Terence M. Brown, Attorney for thereafter; otherwise a default will be in Stock OffUS301North.Starke
11/26 2tchg 12/4 Fla.: one lot of drum cleaning compound Wife, P.O. Drawer 40, Starke, Florida entered against you for the relief

_._- --- consigned to East Point Golf Racquet, 32091, on or before January 1, 1987 and demanded in the complaint or petition.
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., to satisfy file, the original with the Clerk of this DATED this 17 day of November 1986. 0 t
freight and storage charges, under the Court before or immediately thereafter, GILBERT S. BROWN, as (By Farmers Market)
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform otherwise a default will be entered Clerk of Court 964-7871

11/3/86, BURL ROWLAND, P,O. Standard Bill of Lading. against you for the relief demanded in By: Beulah Moody HtDwANIMAK!! ,HIAtTN: PrVntOW
Pro. 01.894210 dtd 81586Pro.
BOX 296, STARKE, Fl, 32091, mode application the Petition 11/204tchg 12/11
for water use permit 2.86.00123for 03.863771 did 8/21/86 WITNESS my hand and seal of this
an average daily withdrawal of Gator Freightways. Inc., Carrier Court on 'he 24'h day of November,

0.0004 million gallons per day 'from 11/262tchg 12/4 1986
ground waters located in Section 25, ----------- GILBERT BROWN

Township 05 South, Range 21 East, Bradford Clerk of the Court Home Entertainment
County, Florida, for water utility By: Linda L. PearceAs

Written objections or comment on JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 11/26 4tchg 12/18
this application may be filed with the BRADFORD COUNTY, flORIDA. -- ---- -- -- ----
Governing Board of the Suwannee River CASE NO.: 86.101 CP 1.3784 ConceptsBradford

Water Management District, Route 3, IN RE: The Estate of
Box 64, Live Oak, FL 32060, until W. A. STERN, FLA.TWIN THEATRE
12/15/86. Deceased. Square Shopping Center 964-6946

11/ IIchg NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Starke 964-5451
administration of the Estate of W.
--- ----
A. STERN Deceased, File No: 86101CP Open Every Night .

((1.3784)), Is pending In the Circuit Big
Court for Bradford County, Florida, Pro $2.00 SPECIALSat.
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONOn bate Division, the address of which Is & Sun. 5:00: Showing
10/28/86, SIDNEY HALL RT. 2, Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Tuesday Showings
BOX 615 LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054, made Florida 32091.
application for water use permit The names and addresses of the personal HOLIDAY SPECIAL Screen ;

2.86.00124 for an overage doily representative and the personal' Friday Nov 28th
withdrawal of 0.0028 million gallon per representative's attorney are set forth 10.30a.m.: All Seats '2.00 _
day from ground waters 'located In Section below.

13, Township 06 South, Range 20 interested persons are required to Starts Friday, Nov. 28 T.V.By

East Bradford County, Florida, for file with this Court, WITHIN THREE MON The price of honor. .
Written objections or comment on NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate The power of friendship.
this application may be filed with the and ((2)) any objection by an Interested
Board of the The
Governing Suwannee River
person to whom notice was mailed that
Water Management District, Route 3, challenges the validity of the will, the Karate PanasonicRegular r '
Box 64, Live Oak FL 32060 until qualifications of the personal representative Partll

12/15/86. venue, or jurisdiction of the
11/261tchg --

Publication of this Notice has begunon WHOOPI '1895.00 "

Suwannee River Water Manage Attorney for Personal Representative: eJ Lt" 18i7:r :
ment District has received permit applications R. A. Green, Jr., Esquire
for surfacewater management GREEN S HOBBS P.A.P. JACK THIS WEEKEND ONLY
Plus 100 Movies FREE
systems as follows: O. Drawer 938 rti\1 1 :
Application: 4.86.00161 Starke Florida 32091 rmp.] FLASH -' ".,. f
? Sale Ends 6 November
at 29
CSX TRANSPORTATION, INC. ((904)) 964.5700R. #iXfA.AF ;"Qv"'2'y9q'eqf5;:;;;::J SALE $17 9500 p.m. Saturday,

FL 32202
Date received: 11/3/1986 Personal Representative: Starke 9647484Fri.
and permit operate application a surfacewater la construct Office Box 158 ., Sat., Sun., SALE ENDS AT 6 PM SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29

management system on approximately' Starke, Florida 32091 WEEKEND
58.00 acres of land In township 07 south LOUISE MARIE STERN SPECIAL Sw-A.-PvC.

Range 19 east, esctlons 05, 06, 18, 19, 11/262tchg12/4 S1.00 PER PERSON .
23 24, 26, 27 28, 32, 8 33, Alachua
County, Florida, and township 07 south, IIIIIIIIIIIIIII illlllllll IIIII101 111111IIIQII1111111111ljiIIpIl9pI!;; CIiii! l '
range, 20 east, sections 08 S 18, Bradford
County, Florida.

Applications are on file for public Inspection FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
at district headquarters and
Statutes, notice Is that I
of hereby given the _
written comment concerning the
applications above be filed with the undersigned, Ronnie L. Austin, P.O. Box 14 Day Timer
225 Lawtey, Fla., sole PG-l
owner, doing
district no later than 12/15/1986. Those
business under the firm name of "Touchof
persons who wish to bf advised as to Cia.." Detail auto cleaning, 987 N. PLUS Remote Control

any proposed agency action and provided Temple Avenue, Starke, Fla., Intends 10egl.ter
an opportunity to request ar administrative ,
said fictitious name under the
hearing regarding on ap-
plication must file a written request with aforesaid statute. eoj 70 Free Movies '
the Suwannee; River Water Management of .
Dif'tcl Route 3, Box 64, Live Oak, uuied this l lyin day of November,
Florid; 32060 no 'later than 1/13/1987 A.D.. 1986 In Bradford County. TO BE USED IN 100 DAYS .. ;

II/26 I tchg 11/20 4tpd 12/11 .'

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Bradford Drug- Ring King-Pin- Found Guilty.w by.w JuryA

Gainesville man prosecutorssay licking in a controlled\ substancemore "cook-ups" al Starke motel rooms, (William 'Sugarman' Suggs) who The three-year mandatory Wims' is not a newcomer to the
was the biggest supplier of than 28 grams of cocaine and where cocaine was cooked into the controlled the distribution in the sentence for each charge is what the -ourt system, according to the state
"crack cocaine" in Bradford Countywas possession with intent to sell or hard, concentrated form called, county by supplying drugs to Debra state is seeking for Wims, with the During the trial Wims' arrests in
found guilty Wednesday, Nov deliver. The jury found Wims not "rock" or "crack." DeSue, Shirley Williams and Wanda sentences running consecutivelywhich South Florida were presented
19, of drug trafficking guilty of one count of trafficking Glover'Thompson who distributed to will be nine years accordingto
Roosevelt 'Papa' Wims, 40, was "This is! a message! to the drug The witnesses admitted they were people who sold on the streets Elwell See Page 2
dealers that the people of Bradford to have the stale
found guilty of crack charges testifying go easier
although no cocaine was ever pro- County are not going to tolerate the on them but said they were tellingthe Wims lives with his wife! and two .I''L .'II. ,I..IL.--""
duced at his trial. drug business! ," said Elwell. truth. children in a $215,000 house at 2626
Assistant State Attorney Tom Wims was convicted almost entirely NW 26th Place in Gainesville. His
Elwell said it Is a credit to the on the testimony of three The crack business was just that, wife testified she bought the house
jurors, who were able to understand women and two men who were hiredto a business, according to Investigator with part of a$1.5 million settlement i
Florida's conspiracy law While no cook, sell, deliver cocaine they Don Denton. Wims was they were awarded in Dade County
cocaine was admitted into evidence, said Wims supplied The witnesseswere the supplier, he hired people in a civil suit after the death of a Thanksgiving Buffetfor
Wims was found guilty of conspiringto arrested in June before Wims' (Waymon Hampton, Shirley newborn child.Defense .
traffic in cocaine: of more than 28 arrest in SeptemberThe Williams, Debra DeSue) who cookedthe
grams of cocaine, two counts of traf-- witnesses all played ;i part in cocaine he hired a 'stash man' attorney Horace Moore
argued that Wims had no need to fl Thursday, November 27
traffic in drugs and said the key
F witnesses him conspired to implicate ; Serving from 11 a.m to 3 p.m.

20 Item Salad Bar and Dressings
While on the witness stand Wims' '
{ 'rNU' l' g wife indicated she controlled the ROAST TOM TURKEY w/Dresslng '
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BAKED HAM with Pineapple _
k r4 Moore charged that prosecution Whipped Potatoes Mexican Corn ,
witnesses were drug abusers and .
dealers who would turn in their own Green Beans Almondine
mothers to avoid prison.
Sweet Potato Souffle
Elwell said his witnesses told the
Sai truth after lying early in the In- Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce
vestigation to hide Wims' mvolv- Hot Rolls and Butter
44 t.r ment
i DeSue, Williams and most of the Desserts '
witnesses testified they had beenWims'
lovers. They said they nor- All You Care to Eat ....
mally dealt directly with Suggs, Children Under 12
when drugs and money changed 4
hands, but that they knew Wims to S2.95
be the supplier who sometimes was Infants to 3 $5 95
present at the 'cook-ups.' FREEReservations .
Wims' attorney appeared Monday a
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a new trial, which was denied. Suggested for 6 or More
Moore also requested the pre- \
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his client was upset by the noise
(from other inmates) at the county The Strawberry Patch Restaurantat
I :' jail. After talking with his client r

I I & .lwi a s"iaa oas. JT) Dec Moore 15.asked his client be sentenced The ECONO LODGE

Hwy 301 N. 964.7600 ext 299
Illegal Crack Cocaine... Florida Past Control -- -.

Thin Is rock or"Crack" cocaine IK cocaine proiciwd The Bradford Count ShrriffB Department is continuing All Plants Shrubs & Trees i
by looking. This Crack Hold for $20 on the street the inuhligalinn of illegal track cocaine an effort to keep Buy One Get One FREE
This purliculur portion of I the drug Is a part of that which the dangerous drug off the streets 539 H Call SI i
HUH seined I In the arrest of Carlos Ford in Bradford Counl.


W i Ar
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131 N. Cherry Street -

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This Is A 2-Day Sale Only. LoopCarpet r ft/ *,

Doors Open Friday, 9 a.m. SHARP

C At Fashion Stop Center. Large Quantity of Merchandise

Shipped In From Jacksonville warehouse and other stores (Sculpulted)

$999 "

Pants SweatersReg. yd. .

Reg. 3800 34 Installed

$ $ Doo In Stock Carpet 90 DaysSame

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goo r" Vinyl . . . . . . per yd.

Natchez Dresses

Trace Valued to 130

Sportswear 75% off ;: fff ( 1
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I"m rulhr. girl 111K| i nl,'''-nlriilid Crack <'IK'aim ",pniiliiud fn.in lliiktiiup|
tm ni' "CI/1(1 in a ruid' I" vinfii.LouAnn's .. Now Has Limited OpeningsIn

>nXr Automotive Mechanics Heavy Equip. Mechanics (i ,/
Azalea Blueberry Farm
Commercial Vehicle Driving Heavy Equip. Operator
Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on Cosmetology Horticulture I
24th Street, follow signs or Business Courses Accounting, Typing & Word Processing I,,

Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30
The tuitions and supplies are paid by

Dwarf Azaleas 4 Colors special grants. Call 964.6150 or come by

DAY LILIES Student Services at the Vo-Tech Center, 609N. 0

Orange Street, Starke, to see if you

All Nature Sims of Jesus. __ 'In b qualify.MANUFACTURER'S .



I I WEEK 1. Of The The Coupon Item Value Cannot exceed 50c and Total Redemption Cannot Exceed The Cost

2 We Will Double The Coupon Value On All Manufacturer's Coupons For Items In Stock Ex-
cept Tobacco and Cigarettes. No Rainchecks or Substitutions.
ONLY I 3. We Will Double Only The First Coupon On The Same Item Any Additional Coupons of
Like Items Will be Redeemed For Face Value Only.

1 4. We Will Accept But Not Double Free Coupons. Also We Cannot Accept Rebate Coupons.

DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE, CLAY COUNTY, 5 Winn-Dixie Store Coupons Are Not Included In This Offer. ,I
4 6 Sales Tax Must Be Paid According To State Law.



NOVEMBER 28, 1986

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tinlist included second degreeinui i d
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t has been obtained without having U.S.D.A.INSPECTED9.11LBPKG. ,
drugs as evidence according to I ASTOR I
the i state attorney. Many hours were FRYER 48 C SUPERBRAND $ '
pent in preparing for this trial as a LEGQUARTERS IB 13MKILIOOO'S 249
result of arrests made in the investigation COFFEE 1/ BAG
which started in January w-D BRAND PORK SHOLDER
authorities,il t this year. At approached that time :btarke: the I SMOKED c RICE $147
Gainesville Narcotics Unit reliusting PICNIC LB KRISPIES PxLA4411 K
their assistance Officers
horn I, that unit made drug buys in the
Ili-no' area as part of the investiga'ion ( ?

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Balloons Make Long Journey ..... I

Honda Pest Control
liy :Mark .Ktiedlii.HCT .
Staff Writer All Plants Shrubs & Trees

Three Lincoln City residents in Buy One Get One FREE
Bradford County got a big suprise 338 W. Call St .IB* SMS
last week when they were out for an
otherwise ordinary afternoon walk.
It may have looked like I some typeof

I strange Unidentified Flying Ob .. 1'" 3 a
ject high up in the sky at first, but '. : t

then, as it descended and made a
soft but dignified landing next to a
fence post, the cluster of brightly GAS GRILLS
colored red and purple balloons
came into view
T.. TWIN IUlrn
"We thought some kids down the I

street had let them float over us at P"4.. l I ipll'IIIIIuII' Ip Iplii gilrr; i BURNERAUTOIGNITOR
first, said Mary Williams, who
lives in Lincoln City "Then when we I' -k-. : ..
picked them up we were real supris REGULATOR
ed to see how far they had come."
: Dearborn AND HOSE

The balloons over 30 of them, had _.
been tied together along with some
promotional leaflets and released GAS HEATER $68 JC ,

from a restaraunt in New Orleans, Heats up to 5 rooms, 40,000 BTU TANK
Louisianna, floating all the way over completely installed with gas 10 ft. ..I
I he Gulf of Mexico, past the state of Tubing included. REG. 109
Alabama and all the way down the REG. ']>, -
Panhandle before alighting next to 399 NOW $24800 6
Williams, her friend Robert Pittman
and his daughter Tangela. -

Happy Thanksgiving to all customers !
Tangela, age three, was delighted r N our
with the sudden gift from above and I e'' A'rraa
all the neighbors were amazed when t Ry TANKS TANK INSTALLATION

the leaflets were read and they .. (LP-GAS WITH FROM 35 TO fOOD GALLONS
discovered how far the balloons had _. .L .. CALL TODAY FOB LOWEST PRICE

Visitor From Above. Ph.,.By Moid Frledlln' LOANED/LEASED
"They have helium inside and it .
was losing strength on the way Lincoln City residents Williams JACKSONVILLE7714340GAINESVILLE3764677
Mary ;and Tangelaand
/ from :New: Orleans, 'l.oiiisiannu. FINANCING
down. Some of the ballotis were sag- Robert I'ilfmnn (shown from left) had I a big/ GRFF1SG8S
The .
ging," Robert said "I guess it must suurise last week when this brightly colored cluster of Thauks balloons>iini cut had leaflets attached adtertisiiiK. \ / a AVAILABLE I STARKE- 964-7725
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have floated pretty high at first with balloons landed near lima after" floating all (lie way
more than 30 balloons attached. It
had to get high to make it all the way
over here." t.Y'.

A call to the "Les Continents" a a ;. r >
restaurant in New Orleans confirmed t i'i

that the cluster of balloons had i s,
been released as part of a promo-
tional stunt (the leaflets advertised
$25 Thanksgiving dinners) but the '
spokeswoman contacted was "a lit- y h J ) 'Mk
tle suprised" at the distances involved t >
in the stunt."I .1 g

don't guess well get many
customers coming here tor
Thanksgiving dinner from Bradford
County," spokeswoman Mary Mays
told The Telegraph. "We had no idea % j6w

when we let the balloons go that they
would travel that far in this amountof

time (they were released Friday 3 I .a tec'h't
Nov. 14 and found by Pittman and 1

Williams Tuesday, Nov. 18 in Bradford i
). They probably found the biggest : :
batch of thl'me let go. We 5 bi
really thought they would come 4' 0 : r wr'S n ;
don here in this area after !Homing
above the city for a day or two. They '
must have hit the jctstraim or 'ti"Tr
something." :

TMayc iU next they. th0yi'\\il1 :
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a calaiJHay"..Mi make sure* ,
leaflets reach their intended targets."It a"t' 4rh r p tr nd
was a suprise, I can tell you A ,
that," Pittman said. "It would kind
of fun to send some up ourselves, r. ,. ,, ,,., ., '... '. '. ,.,t r4 '/, : ," ,
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l-'nini volcanoes to generators, highly specialized ol the projects, "I gave them II challenge\ ," Hoth1'
t 11 tun MM shells to dinosaurs no sub- and winners! on the local levels go: onto explained. "I 1 told them what 1 :
unusual for stale contests thought would be a fun sidelight: to
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elementary anil\ high school students the projects, and they responded by J _
\\IIn are busy: pulling together or All threo counties: in this urea are coming up with this creation. We
shoeing oil their Science Fair projects usually' well represented at the have' an opening at one end so the"
I'm1W! (>. regional( and stale contests and this kids can gel( in and crawl around.
IS'I\ ,,an annual meal Fall when She( year is no exception. Primary Specialist Carolyn
projects\ HIV due a time when The "students, al Kawtey Elementary Kolsom ut Kawtey said the science
students land quite a few parents are some of the I irst iilllw I county !projects are one of the "most men-
try tobeconu'scurobstsfortheweek: to hold their Science Fair IInlltI'I' ially stimulating" of the year'sevents
: their was a special attraction this lor students, adding that not
or I so that it lakes to put creations (
all ol the best projects are usually
I together year When students walked into the
Some ol the parents have just as library-display room \ley !saw a hiI"blllloon" -( submitted by the "scientifically in.clu1I'cI"
much! Inn as the kids," said Lawtey constructed\ from :sheetsof students."There .
KIciiu'Mlary: Librarian Dot !\..toorc."W'n' clear plastic by students Irom are usually al least one or .. I y )yltaI
gotten sonic! great ideas al Phyllis Kother'-s Jilted Program.The two slucl'nlwho: may discover a
our ",111' (his year." balloon was kept inflated bv a $.. Page 5Al
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models) ol the solar system\ disco or
the technique ol salt cryslali/.ation I
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Jimmie K. Norwood County area. She was a homemaker In Memory Ililah Driggers Dukes Funeral services were held Satur- Family request in lieu of (lowers
and a member of the Danville day in the First Baptist Church of dr-nations be made to the First Baptist
Mr. Jimmie K. Norwood 49 of Church of Christ.Survivors Composed and dedicated to my Mrs. Hilah Driggers Dukes, 63, of Lake Butler with Rev. Melvin Owen Church of Lake Butler or the
Keystone Heights, FL, died Sunday, include her three late husband William C. Duffey. Lake Butler died Thursday morningat officiating. Burial was in Dekle American Cancer Society Union
Nov. 23. in North Florida Regional daughters, Mrs. Inez Hawthorne 11-2685. her home following an extended Illness Cemetery under the direction of Ar- County Unit, Rt. 2, Box 644, Lake
Medical Center in Gainesville .
Winter Garden, Mrs. Naomi Smith, Mattie M. Duffey cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Butler, Florida 32054.
following a lingering illness. Greensboro, NC, Mrs. Ruth Who Walks beside Mrs. Dukes was a lifelong residentof
Born in Mayo, FL, on January 31, Taliaforro. Winston-Salem, NC; Thru errors and trials Union County and was employedwith
1937, Mr. Norwood moved to three sons, Alvin Blackwelder, Fer- Who helps me along many long, the Farmers and Dealers Bank Lee's Restaurant & Lounge
Keystone Heights in 1972 from High nandina Beach, Charles weary miles- in Lake Butler for the last 37 years
Springs, Fla. He was a member of Blackwelder, Lake Butler, Gene My Husband. until she retired in 1985. She is a II 800 North Temple ((301 N.) Starke, Florida
Keystone Heights Community Blackwelder, Fernandina Beach; With patience and strength<< member of the First Baptist Churchof I
Church; Lodge No. 10, F. & A. M., three sisters, Mrs. Virgie Hale of When the path way grows rough Lake Butler; past treasurer of the American Steak & Seafood
Waldo York Rite Bodies Morocco Who's staunch Lake Butler Woman's Club
; ; Lake Butler, Mrs. Eva Blackwelder, my supporter ;
Temple; Keystone Heights Shrine Apopka, Mrs. Myrtle Scarborough, My Husband!If! member of American Cancer Society Dinner Special Lunch Special

Club; Master & Wardens Assoc., Lake Butler; one brother, Eugene and the Florida Sheriffs Assoc. I.Nc Maine l.nhhlcr . . H..ri! !) Fried Shrimp im.ii, i iioe "p.. . '::1 J.II:;
12th Masonic Dist.; Order of Easter Rogers, Lake Butler; eighteen When I face my Saviour Survivors include her husband, All orders
Star, Chapter 120, Waldo, and past And confess all my sins Othella B. "Pete" Dukes of Lake come with
twenty-five great
grandchildren; Butler two sisters Mrs. Allie Salad or Soup Fried Rice All orders come with Soup andor
patron; Keystone Heights Rotary grandchildren one great-great To start a new life ; M.
Club & Paul Harris Substaining grandchild. ; Where Member; Independent Telephone Funeral services were held Mon- Who do I want beside me "Rosie" McNabb of Lake Butler; Two Blocks South of the Econo Lodge
Pioneer Club; served in Air Force in day, November 24 at the chapel of On yon distant shore one brother, Donald Driggers of Open 6 Days A WnkOp'n
1956; Occupation, Vice-Pres>. of Archer Funeral Home with Lester MY HUSBAND, I pray Lake Butler; one sister-in-law,
Operations, Alltel Telephone Co., Comstock officiation. Burial will I ash nothing more. Natalie Driggers of Lake Butler; fur Lunch: 11:30:: a.m. In 3 p.m.
Melrose. one aunt, Mrs. W. B. Flewellen of Open for Dinner: 3:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m.
follow at Midway Cemetery near ('I.OSiiTIIANKSl\IN):; ;; ( ; CLOSKDSUNDAYS:
several nieces and
Survivors include his wife, Jim- Lake Butler. Archer Funeral Homeof Hastings; 964-6601
mie Mae McDonald Norwood; three Lake Butler Is in charge of ar Wilma M. Kronenberger nephews.

daughters, Nancy Ketch, Keystone rangements. .. ... .. ...
Glade Mrs. Wilma M. Kronenberger 90 :w----- -+A AMO-' w.OrO+O dAN+.-.......Q. .a a '-' .- -
Heights; Donna Alston, Belle ; - -- ba .oNo" --
Sandra Stormer, Jacksonville; Sherry Brown of Starke died Wednesday afternoonin
sister Evelyn Powell, Waldo; six Sherry Brown, 19, neice of Linda Gainesville after an extended il- 'ff} t..
grandchildren. Westfall (Mrs. Lawrence) Mosley, lness. :
Graveside services were, held at died in Nov. 3 in LaMesa, Calif. of '' ;: / ,
10:00: a.m. Tuesday, November 25, pulmonary hypertension (heart and / A 1'4, 1''J'fJ1" ,'
1986, with Rev. Buddy Friedlin & lung. complications). Mrs. Kronenberger was born in l" ; '" I r
Rev. Fred Yerkes conducting the Miss Brown was next in line in Brookland, NY and moved to Starkein l ) 2c ,
services. Burial was in Keystone California for a heart and lung 1947 where she had resided since. ,_/ Shopping fofGiflsLEILA'S p
Heights Cemetery with Mason rites transplant a the time of her death. She was a medical secretary until
by Waldo Lodge No. 10. Jones She is daughter of Mrs. Judy she retired.: She was a member of 0coo0
Funeral Home of Keystone Heightsis Westfall Brown of LaMesa, Calif.A the St. Edwards Catholic Church of \\\.,.\\\\ Rabbtit
in charge of directions. flea market by the were Starke. .. f\lyc\\a 8 Dresses
Miss Brown's ways to Florida fiG Jackets Friday-Saturday
Laura Lee IlogcrsBlackweldcr she stayed with the Mosleys for six 0 lt
months last year. Dr. A. Moneim Funeral services were held Thurs- 25 I ijovember 28.29BradlordrSquare
Ramadan paid for oxygen for Miss day afternoon in the chapel of Ar
Mrs. Laura Lee Rogers Brown during her stay and on the cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler
Blackwelder, 90, of Lake Butler died
flights back and forth to California.The with Father Joseph Finlay & Father .
Thursday night at the North Florida
Gainesville Sun devoted an Crosby officiating. Burial .
Regional Hospital in Gainesville entire page for a story on Miss will take place on Friday at St. "

after an extended illness. Brown last year."Everyone Joseph's Cemetery in Yonkers, NY. GROUPS
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Mrs. Blackwelder was born in here was real nice to Archer Funeral Home of Lake .;q j .
Bradford County and lived her en- her. She loved it here," says Mrs. Butler is in charge of local ar Sportswear

tire life in the Bradford and Union Linda Moslev. rangements.Science.:1. .. s ,.dtJ.J"'i'l.,tr ,r'i9 .. ;9(J + \ Career. .BlousesSweaters Suits

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62-year-old Palatka man died heard a shot and came back to the see a student who may not have
been interested in science at all sud-
from a gunshot wound while hunting road where he found Chesser dead
denly find that there are more sub-
CR-18 between Graham by the truck.According.
Sunday on
jects than they ever dreamed of out
and Brooker. to Lt. Glen Moore, the
went off Chesser there. We're always proud of the
Julian Calhoun Chesser was found gun apparently as
by the truck he had been riding in at attempted to remove it from the winners but we think the projects"
10:45: a.m. Chesser and Chad Elliott, truck. Elliott said they were riding help everyone else just as much.
the man he was riding with, put the with the rifle barrell! up. /
dogs out in a block. They stopped the The shot entered Chesser's chest Florida Pest Control
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I Craft Shop Offers Unique Gifts to AreaJo

Ann and George "opeland, nine The Gourmet Room: Filled with figurines from W. Germany, Harvey BsTER'S TG&Y served you well, as a McCrory
year residents of Starke, own and exquisite foods from many places Knox Kingdon Porcelain figurinesand FlNITION OF Store, America's largest 5 & 10 chain
operate Jo Anns, a unique Specialty the room offers gourmet coffee, tea, Bandana Sculptures, 9" clay
Gift Shop located at 504 W, Call St., spices, salad mixes, dips, jams and figurines.The Fh"n-ten' we'll serve you better.
in the former Nu Wave building.Jo jellies. Two new items appear to be A store Where i Come discover old-fashioned value and experience
Ann began operations about delicious the Royal Chocolate Rum store has Victoria Ashlea collectible variety 0
getting worth.
two years ago in a store on US301S Cake and the Sip'n Whiskey Cake. dolls, in limited editions, wide your money's
and enjoyed excellent sales. Next week Luv Bud Chocolate Roses made in W. Germany, also. low-priced It's affordable, fun and exciting!
Business was good enough for the will be added to the inventory. articles is SOIda See how good shopping can be
Copelands to purchase and redecorate Several kitchen accessories, such as Thousands and thousands of items in one compact store!III
Jo Ann offers service
the former beauty shop, aprons and pot holders are also of- personalized
which had been owned by Robert fered. and free gift wrapping. Their mottois
Harris. The moved The "Shopping is an adventure at JoAnn's. -
store recently in- Home Accessories Room: "
to the new location, where businesshas This room displays rugs, pillows said Mrs. Copeland.
continued to do well, said Jo fancy crochet work, hand loom George Copeland works in
Ann. The shop is the November recipient algans, quilts, custom bed spreadsand Jacksonville, but finds time to pro-
of the Bradford Improvement quilt wall hangings, in additionto vide wood-working specialty items
Award. other home accessories. for the store.
Jo Ann has expanded its line of The Stuffed Animal Room: Called Entire Stock
merchandise in several areas with the "Bear-a-dise," it offers stuffed Prior to entering the retail
three rooms being of special in- animals of various types, and other business for themselves, Mrs. LadiesSweaters
terest Rift;; merchandise, including Goebel Copeland worked as an accountant. Family

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I Jo Ann's lift !Shop un WI>H| Cull Street at Intersection The elaborately decorated gin studio. operated by Mrs.
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Dean Thompson, owner handle long-term care patients. counties. Her duties as a public I J. Battery Operated
and operator of Norma's Home on N. Beside family members that work in health nurse gave her an opportunity ButterCookies
Walnut St., won the Starke-Bradford the facility, there are four full time to visit and study nursing Optic l Mike
county Chamber of Commerce employees with an aide being on duty facilities for several years prior to ,, Magic
business improvement award for around the clock, seven days a establishing Norma's Home. The FlowerLamps ,_l
October 1986.Norma's week. many services rendered here are j 1,99 Robot
Home is an Adult Con- Mrs. Thompson is an RN, having the result of those years of study. Regular :'
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founded in Sept. 1981. It is located in 1982. She spent several years work- When Bill isn't on the golf course, he 2/$300 blows smoke
the two-story frame house, built by tno in both Bradford and Marion tends the yard. Regular 12.99
the Canova's in 1900. The late Hogan
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waiting list. The eldest resident is Iswessl iandSimy ""- ( ... :
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there are 6 residents above age 90, or 35mm photography. The 25 Count Package Christmasflower
one of which has lived in the home r Pllrt r, YA.\f\SIIETA uses slide or print Oriental I
since Nov. 1981. I film and la super automatic. Built- I ChristmasBows
The facility offers limited recrea- in autofocua technology allowa Cart CardsDifferent
tion for residents, and community you to aim and "ahoot sharp
churches visit regularly and present I i clear picture a> the action happena. I designs l to choose
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LB Man Shot in Altercation over Car Repossession I I'Ii.

:21-i'ur old Lake Butler man drove into S&S Food Stores accompanied money on it. 4-wheel drive which the and .,
Dukes had Dukes in upper right thigh leg. to Shands! Teaching llospil.il in
was charged with aggravated bat- by Ronnie Jenkins! (black KumLill Dukes went to the drivers driven up in. According to police reports, Gainesville via the rescue unit.
\try with a deadly weapon after an male) und Tony Dwaine Jones! side of the Thunderbird and removed Michael Dukes was pointing the rifle witnesses said that Dukes was back Jones was jailed on $10,000 boat,
altercation at the S&S Food Store in (black male), the keys from the car while at the of the
occupants car as ing away from Jones at the time the and later released on his own
Lake Butler in which one man was The three were In a maroon 1978 Michael Dukes opened the Griffin approached the scene Grif shot was fired and Jones was encouraged recognizance with the condition,
shot in the leg on Saturday, Kurd Thunderbird which was pulled passenger side of the door and snatched fin immediately snatched the rifle to shoot by shouts! from a that he not have any contact with
November 22. into the station to get gasoline.! Alexander Tony Jones from the car and out of Dukes'! hands and accordingto black female spectator. Dukes and that he not .h'lIk! ,in\
-Tony Dwiiine Jones! 21, of Lake hell the vehicle to pay for the then grabbed Ronnie Jenkins and witnesses, Dukes then reached Into Charges arc pending against! alcoholic beverages, pendnlg|\ hi''
Butler was! arrested at 10:IS p.m. gas! inside! the store, leaving Jenkins pulled him out of the back seat. the truck and tried to pull out a M.u..hnnl: Dukes! who was transported trial
Saturday on one charge of aggravated and Jones in the car. Clarence Griffin Sr., father of pistol which was inside.
battery with a deadly Randall David Dukes (while Tony Jones happened to be in. the Meanwhile, Tony Jones! went to
weapon against Michael Dean male), who was accompanied by his convenience store at the time and the drivers' side of the truck n-'JMRR'MR:
Dukes! of Lake Buller. brother Michael Dean Dukes (white saw what was happening outside. (belonging to Dukes) and pulled outa -=OUTBOARDS
According to arresting olliters! male), spotted the car at the gas Griffin ran out of the store and as he Remington model bemi-aulomatic
.. .. .., D.L. Cochran and John Minshew at pumps and decided to repossess it, approached the car, Michael Dukes shotgun and in the confusion! which erCit
H .approximately 9:48: p.m. Saturday, since Alexander had purchased. the pulled a Remington 30-06( ) semiautomatic hollowed,Jones fired one round from
Tommy Lee Alexander (black male)- cor' I from niikov ."irt .'hilt owed rillc out uf the Ford the shotgun which struck Micahcl


2 Lawtey Men Caught] Fleeing RobberyTwo HYDRA ALUMACRAFT SPORT C)("'ARINE__ GEMINI BAHA

Lawtey men were arrested" officer to follow the subject who got possession! ol drug paraphernaliawhich ruuucry, possession ol drug Phone ((904)) 282-3115/6/
......-' .- ''Nov. 21 as they were fleeing a convenience into a car and drove away. was found at the time of his paraphernalia driving while license 3070 Blanding 1 Vz mile South of 218
store which had been robbed. Pernell Wade Williams and Phillip arrest.! He was also charged with suspended and fleeing attempting to Middleburg! FL 32068 on SR 21
Louis! Lee were apprehended and arrested violation of probation (VOP) for elude said Patrolman Splitt. Additional -
While on duty Patrolman Richard within three blocks of the driving while intoxicated (DUI) charges! of VOP-DUI (failure
Split) observed! a black man inside scene according to Patrolman Total blond! was set at $5,580. to appear) were placed again Lee,
the Step Saver on West: Madison St. Splitl. Williams!> was charged with according to Lt. Glen Moore. Total
in Starke. As the man ran from the the robbery of an undetermined Phillip Louis Lee driver of the bond was sit at 5920. CCOfflfFOfRiT/ZlIE YOURHOME
building the clerk motioned_ fur the IImnll" ,.f'A"h t',nm thu etn'A .nrt get-away car, was also charged with

Ford Found Guilty in Bradford Cocaine Trial -FOR-= WINTER==-- -!=-

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A 38-year-old Starke man was cocaine, which is a second degree several others on crack cocaine aggravated assault. Ford served
sentenced to 30 months in the felony. charges lie was additionally charged time for the offense and was on pro- Let
Department of Corrections for sell with poo-icssion; of a firearm by a bation when he was arrested for the
ing cocaine. A motion presented! by attorney convicted felon and possession of crack charges. Those charges will WARREN'SHeating
Gene Shaw for a new trial was drug paraphernalia. A violation of be on the court calendar at a later
Carlos Ford was found guilty last denied by Judge John J Crews and probation charge was filed on Sept. time.
Thursday, Nov. 20, in Bradford Ford was sentenced on Monday with 1. & Air Conditioning
County Circuit Court of sale and credit for 12 days time served. The VOP charge stems from a 1980
delivery of a controlled substance- Ford was arrested June 27 with case where Ford was found guilty of

SISTER SOPHIE RAYLENE Plumbing & Elec. Servicehelp

Spiritual .
News Briefs Ruder I(4,lsor
(Spacial Moi with Coupon) you with their
II you in loot and don't know where lo
turn come to 101 hit toniui..Although you
Grain Bin Falls Bond has been set at$5,000, he was Starke and Darrell John Wagner, 20, have seen other readers, one visit i with Complete Sales & ServiceHeat
released on his own rcecognizance. of Gainesville were warned twice to SISTER SOPHIE R1ILENE will convince you
On Starke ManA quiet down according to In- that you are somebody atain. She hat the
Two Men ArrestedFor vestigator David Aderholt. When power from God to help other that rued
49-year-old Starke man is in help. Pump Specialist
continued the disturbance
stable condition from injuries he Disturbing PeaceTwo they they She wilt heal your sickness,rout sorrows,
were arrested and charged with worries she will help to better
your ; you
sustained Nov.
22 when bin
fell on him. a grain men were arrested for disorderly conduct-breach of peace lobs,more money,In sickness,In lone marriage All Makes of Air Conditioners
l lighting, brawling, playing loud said Investigator Aderholt. and how to win the one you love, your "i11
John DcLuca taken
ShandsCalI' -
was by music and generally disturbing the lucky number and dattt,where lo find lot! and Heaters
to Shands Hospital! in Nov. 22. They were released after they articles how to remote a ourti or the nil \r,
removed Gainesville from Saturday under the after he was bin. peace Kevin Michael Wagner 23, ol each posted a $100.75 cash bond. eye,or an) other bad luck S'R Fuel Oil & Gas Furnaces
grain Sitter Sophie Riylene Succeeds Where
The accident occurred at a chicken Other Nave Failed.
farm on CK-18 west, according to Hours: 10.00: a.m. 8.00: p.m. -. 1 Daytlimn 964-7230 269-7706 473-9068
Emergency Services Director Chrl ki.it, 11..1.1 ..h, mi e
Private' Consultation ((904)) 782-3125
Chapman. Happy Thanksgiving C, .... .b ,'l..i>.." III .rr' orl'""' Starke Orange Park Keystone Hgts
Rescue and the Starke Fire
Department responded to extricatethe and
man. Responding were
Paramedics! Dan Cuddington Curtis! 'Warmest I Wishes> for llic IlalidalSeasws
Crawford, Freeman Register and
Dr. Peter Gianas. from l/ic Stuff of 'Thanksgiving Special"

._ Lil Champ Robbery alSTARKE
r,, "'eO' ., ,. Solved By Police .. ,GREEN & HOBBS, P.A.

- \ "-' ..... f-,___The.Jiox..4.cabbtity: .,orahiyJ41- ... s*,>,1'J'OHNHYS.AT LAW: r_ M .. LANES
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( I Champ. Store at SH-16 and US-301 "
has been solved and an arrest has 215 West Washington Street 1612 N. Temple Starke, Florida
been made, according to Starke
Police Dept. Starke, Florida 32091
Alfred Griffin of Grove St. in ((904)) 964-5700
Starke was arrested and charged
with strong armed robbery. Grill in
took an undetermined amount of $100November
cash from the store at the time ol the per game
robbery, according to Major W. S. I --'
._ 27 November 30
Rhoden. MMM*** l\L,
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1 I I I Newly Refinished Lanes
I III / Jff Video Games

Disc Jockey in "Club 25'Friday Pool Table

DENMARK I I LaZBoya 9:00 & Saturday til Close
Not all conservation efforts are in p.m.
the wild. The peregrine falcon, an
endangered species, was intro- "* Bring the Family and Have F-U-NU!

duced successfully into several

cities In the U.S.,where it could nest .... _
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on building ledges and prey on the 964-8175
large pigeon population.

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S\e\\\\en SI11I'11 This Christmas look what's :. ;

== 468-2624 Lumber r' waiting for you'in the shadows

at Merle Norman.
a 3 y i 6 Miles South ,

of Starke on 301 'a'

Its a real eye-opener Fourteen"gorgeous shades of shadows, ,

Do what's best for you Pressure Treated a $73.50 value,for only $16.50 with any $8.50 minimum purchase of Merle

and your __r.I __ 2x4x8 '1.63II Norman products ,<
And find it to spend that $8.50 at Merle
ve s toe k. Pr...uri.TrMtd Lumber Y you'll very easy
For your next farm construction project choose -".,, Norman. For Christmas '86 our gift list is quite impressive. .,

that Wolmanaed':lasts. pressure.treated wood. .the wood 5/4x6x12 Decking 3.99 "' There are elegant gift sets of skin care, specially designed

ngrlcultwatbmldmgslab In barns,stables,utility.ed sheds/and/other edwoodla ., and beautifully packaged.There are also exciting

guaranteed lor a lifetime' against. termites, and travel sets filled with cosmetics and all the
decay Wood is a practical building, material;the t a
Wolmanlxmg'"process, .. Free Delivery necessary luxuries.
makes'it long tasting + .
Look for the i isaai..- Get into the spirit of giving at
Nbknenrredwoadlnbel ,:"1'. !!: : ::..J'. j,;, within 30 miles u
on the lumber you buy Irs. .lI---i..r.-. .. ., .. v y Merle Norman. And you shallyouraeswanceolquahly.
de, receive this special offer of eye

"'N shadows in an extravagant

HOLIDAY SPECIALS ..;, shadow boxa$73.50
s only
NExx Perms Wave or Curlies $16or
.," Body .
Helene Curtis

Specifics . . $25 'Stylecuts Men's . . . $10
Paul Mitchell N

Odorless . . $35 Women'sStyle Cuts . .. $14 I I woman to Woman
(Haircut Included)
HI-Lltes Sessions I . . ea. ) I. IT1ERLE + '"
or Frost . . $25 or'
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118 S. Thompson Street Starka 964-7355

737 J. Walnut SI.
SUrke, fL 32091 964-4645 .

Paul Mitchell Systems Just bring this ad to a participating Merle Norman Studio from November 15 through December 31.While supplies last.

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C. outn. ps pb ciuise ice box with --------- CHAIN LINK Handy FENCE.Man Installed Fence Freeestlnio'es Co. WANTED TO RENT/LEASE, pasture for r/7rwille!JiJr

link $4900 HRM 964 4514 10 30 1000 SUNBEDS SUNAL WOLIF SAVb Owner Tommy, Reddish. 964 B559 tfn cows Good fence, any size, prefer
tfnchg 50*.. Call for FREE catalogue S GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, owner to live on property Contact J.I.
1966 FORD PICK-UP. $1500 Giea', shape. Wholesale pricing. Excellent Xmas, gilt etc JACKSON BUILDING: SUPPLY Glodwell, 964.8613 11/26 Itpd LREALTY964.7776
4 speed six cylindoi New paint, gob or money maker. M/C or VISA Call 964 6078. Orders, also taken In Lake
Inside & out Also small camper 1.800 228 6292. fcan 86.380 Bu'loi. 496 3019 and Keystone MISCELLANEOUSHAVING
tioilei, $ OO. MI good shape 2 BM, I BA LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING. General. 473 4973. 2/26 tin Height
block hnuce. completely furnished, ,, 2 Freight.' notthAmerican Commercial HANDYMAN: elec fV" PHONE
ones' land hicjh' 8 diy. Sampson, City Transport needs owner/operatois I for "Ii 'cal complete carpentiy.home pain'ing.repair. A PARTY? Spacious KingsleyLake 205 N. Temple, StarkeeToday I
$40.000 964 5986. )1 20ltpd oieo. nationwide' hauling. If you need train Reasonable rales. Licensed contractor parties, XVCecelln
ENGINES, lacioiy .leinoiiulac'uied. All ing. we will train you. You will operate Call Mitch. 473 3940. t/9tfn family reunions, wedding receptions
,makes diesel gas foi curs & trucks your own tractor. If.you don't I have FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimates etc. To rent: Call 5332069. ll/133tchg T A.iiiegar
Waiian'eH! lO'o over factoiy, Invoice northAmerican offers 11/27. "
one, a purchase
Licensed Insured and bonded. All
496 2411. p.m 473 3693. ll/204'pd program that con put you in a tractor types of f roofing, and repairs. Money HOLIDAY PARTIES? We have the room and always may God bestow His love on you.
12 II for $2500 down. If you ole 21 and over' back guarantee ,if unable In stop' leak. for you I Bradford-UnlonSenlor Center, The friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
1971 K-S BLAZER 4X4 V 8, PT rear end Kitchen, dancing, etc $50. Call
and think you may qualify, call for Mobile, Home, tool 485.1556, 485-1016 progress,
HD auxilaiy, 3 speed "tans., 12.50 x 33 Info, Call 964.4545 to reserve. 11/20 2tchg 11/27
complete' motion package.. 01 374 1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg .41.4F4F*..*****.*.** rods,
lin rece"lytUlled Atlanta
and Collectible
cosse'te ANTIQUES
I RVT am any weekday: Tall Fee 1 800) .148 2191ask ROOF COATING. Single wide starting : Antique SPECIAL
up new clu'ch and pressureplote. for Dept. 97. Icon 86.374 at $135. Doublewides starting at $150. Ex'iavagansa. December 5.6.7,
GREAT (Ins hun'ing $1000. Call BE A WINNER! 11 No Inves'inentl I One year guar'ontee against leaks. Sr.ci'izem lokewood Fairgrounds. 115 Exhibitors ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET clearod 100'
. 964 6493 01 964 4430 II 1 20 ifnO| Marketing national. unlimited fmm 21 states Positively no reproduc
ditcnun. Also relevellng done. x 192' lot 2 utility sheds, well and tank. Trimmedout
pump septic
HOLIDAY 28' TRAVEL TRAILER; long distance telephone set,vice. No. 1 for free tines No new arts or crafts. Information
Call estlmo'es. 964 4680. 10/16
,reasonably paced a' $2000 or best of- National, upline,: Weekly commissions tfnchg ((404)) 769 8129. fcan 86 388 in lovely banana bushes, 17000.
" lei An conditioned sleeps 4, has a $100 ,monthly service. Act Now'' EXPERT WELDING farm machinery & all ......Y.Mf'.YYTT..*..... FMMit..M.. leliigeiatobo'lu' win. looks very Make Money"r r USA 18002318789 types repoiis. Will build anything to SCHOOLSSEMI LOOKING FOR RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom 65' x 130' lot. I
nice. Cull ((305)) 943 6510 Icon 86.385 Ext. 8103 fcan 86.390 10000.
1973 CHEVY PICKUP with, topper. Ono FLORIDA FROST desires a wholesale
I owner. $800. Phone 964 8582. 11 26 and'or retail, distributor in the Starke For more info & free DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- EASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR, 1 T/.BA, CH/A large familyroom I
es'ii oIes. call 904 964.7499
, 'Itpd area. Investment. required. Reply to: keep tiyliig 11/20 Itpd, ll/27tfnchg Drive Big. Trucks! D.O.T, Certification, with fireplace, formal living & dining room, utility room, f
Florida Frost P.O. Box 1702, Local and National Job Placement Access to beautiful Crystal Lake. See to appreciate.
YARD SALESBIG Gainesville Fl 32602. I1/261tchg Assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining.
PERSONALSLONELY Eligible Institution for Financial OWNER MUST MOVE Cedar board and batten, fireplace. I

YARD SALE: Friday and Saturday Aid., Guaranteed Student Loons range, refrig., d/w, Ca-I; A, fenced yard city water & sewers |
from 8 4. on Quilts Loop (Rd. 100 A). 1 LAND FOR SALELOT ? Need a dale? Write Datetime, Call 1 ((800)) 282.8165. UNITED TRUCK approx. 1,456 sq. ft. Assum. mortgage, $56,000.

mile, on led Blue house, many many 700 E. lindsey. Suite 158 Norman MASTER. Resident Training: Tampa FL RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH OR IN A LOVELY LANDSCAPED 1
Hems household goods. clothing. IN CITY 6000. Call 964 5764 after Oklahoma 3069. 11/26 4tchg 12/18 icon 86 397 SURROUNDING
) 2 BR, 2 BA doublewide mobile
LOTS of jewelry |lust in time for X-mos. 5. call 9645251. 3/07 tfn.
We even have out of (towners bringi..g LOT ON WESTMORELAND ST.. for sale HYPNOSIS home, .76 acres Walking distance to Crosby Lake Public Landing 1
things to this sale. Come one.come able with old house on propeity. $4500. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY GREAT FISHING) I

come, early. 1 11.1 260| 904 466.3489. 11/20 tfnchg RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS New 3 BR, 1V4 BA brick home, )
YARD SALE 10 5, 224 East Pratt
: Saturday 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer. for renal over weight control smoking, stress, etc
behind telephone co. Antique fur. five acres cleared GREAT for country For help, please call 9644433. 10/9 equipped. OWNER FINANCE.
future tv, etc. 964 8401 1 11'26 1 Itpd .A JOY TO LIVE IN ft. CH/A BA I Ispacious
living or for investment such as mobile CORNER OF Call S Thompson tfnchq Approx. 2417 sq. 3 BR, 2 ,
YARD SALE: Saturday Nov. 29 9.4 Im- home park, animal farm etc. Several Streets 2 LR with fireplace Fla. utility ]
mokalee Rd. across from Camp Immokalee : story masonry building.' Florida Pest Control gracious room, room,
money making pecan frees. $28,000 Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849. 4/10TF skylights, 2 utility bldgs., fence. $44,000.
Look for signs 11 26 Itchg privacy
cash down and Shrubs & Trees
or $12,000 payments of 2 RETAIL SPACES FOR LEASE. 1,250 S All Plants,
YARD SALE: Friday Nov. 28 1407 Old UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame five nice lots.1
month Starke call cottage on
$230 area 964 6493. ft.
2,750 Hwy 301 S. 964 8848. 11/20 FREE
Rd. 1 11 1 26 Buy -
Lowtey I'pd One rGetrOne
tfno| tliichg Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500.
YARD SALE: SO'urdoy only 9 ?? Rain or
shine. 1 1805 Raiford Rd. 11 26 Itchg .GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with |

YARD SALE: on Hwy 100. 5 'miles west of Starke Fn g Sut. Lots of items' 11 26 SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED!III 1 1 FINE LOTS. Ap

I Itpd prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10% |

HOMES 1 i FAULKNER REALTY INC.Located I for 10 years). Reduced) $16,750.

FOR SALE : EXCELLENT EUY 80 ACRES $96,000 Heavy pines, 20 acres |

cleared, fenced, barn on St. Rd. 235 near New River.

Hwy 301 .2 Blocks, South of SR 100 FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage,
LOOK AT THIS! Just remodeled for
1 1.720 sq. ft. CH A w attic fan 3 or 4 I 221 W. Lafayette Street Starke 11 drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby
DR. 2 lull tile baths equipped kitchen, Lake Inlet. CH&A, $38,000.
19 x 20 great room, closets galore THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon

fenced Saratoga back Hgts Concrete yard w drive tool & shed.walk 964-5069 8 doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, 35000. Gread Getaway

Don miss this bargain By owner. Call I. : IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 |

today. 473.7541 or 475.2597. II. 13 '; East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, living room, dining room kitchen

REAL ESTATE eat-in area or study den, office, all appliances, drapes, large,

OUT OF AREA I; ,.I Says attractive deck overlooking a quarter acre fish pond with fish I


r'Faulkner Pratt 3 Br. 2 Ba. CH&A LR, DR, family room & screened In
LAND FOR SALE: Mountain property
$100 down owner financing, great getaway ( kW "Thanks" patio
Beautiful 2.acre tracts close to .8 HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick, colonial
3.000 acre lake l'.> hours North of home off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq.
Atlanta. 1-404-2762681 or
ft..1 0.09 amenities
1-4046354397. (Icon 86.376 acres-many
BE OUR NEIGHBORS! I North Carolina ? 4 9r SO CLOSE I 1032.?Cal4>$t? 3eRc'l/ .tni$45,000l.Eix1nH: :
Mountains; Mobile homes, lots Realty says Thanks for the opportunity of serving the large' lot. born ,'.- t ? oi lc,

acreage. views, creeks lakefront 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES both sides of Brownlee Rd.
financing motion. Carolina available Country Full listing Real, Estate'mfor, pIe in this area and we hope you'll have many things in your peo-I' Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.

Hayesville. N C. 28904 ((704)) 389.8335, 1 give Thanks for. INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially(

collect fcon 86.381\ I subdivided, highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per
Resort Ski Lodging. Fully-equipped Susan M. Faulkner, GRI i- acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream!

condos & chalets Fireplaces, TV', i '0 ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
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close to slopes Call TODAY for reser \ PRESIDENT NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.
votions ((704)) 898.4546. icon 86.382
ACRES-Great Church Rd.
REALTOR Buy-Primitive Baptist $12,000.
bedroom home 35 acres pastureland, J WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.

1 cropland.1 1 11 hay 4 acre pond. PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
Balance woodland. 3 barns, creek Irontage. J Realtor Associates Evenings. Realtor Associates Evenings. SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.
Paved road 92500. United National -
P.O. Box 755 Troy Alabama ] Irene L. Faulkner . 964-5142 Lucille Spry . . 964-8420 FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
36081 205.566.1870 or 205.735.2442.fl 1.37 ACRES-State Rd 100 East $7,700.
Marty Russell . . 473-7694 Bobby Biggs . . 964-7331
BOATS \ CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.

------ Mary Durden 964-7358 KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.

1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. Mercury_ onIro le1800.. Dole e15 ACRES HWY 18-$33,000. One mile off 301
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LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story, 1 acre.
REALTY Iaaens l
After Hours

Realty Inc. 964-7700 \tED REAl Pauline Randolph 9646323
393 N. Temple Ave.
I Vernle P. Odom Broker-GUI o\:J OF STARKE J- Randy Cory 475-2597
Phone : 964-4544 Jeanie Gognon Anne Terwillegar Nelson 473-7541

Eve.454l4 Realtor Associate
1640BS. Walnut St.
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11520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida
Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront ON LAKE, 2 BR, 2 BA brick. Over 3 964-8447

Farms CommercialNo acres.GOOD Immaculate.BLDG. LOTS, joining Green :

Charge to List Your Property for Sale Acres. FRED SACKETT BROKER T1ianksgivingLET
Call and discuss It with us. -4 ACRES an St. Rd. 100. near .
I AWAY FROM THE CROWDED LIFE CB home 2 BR, 2 BA breakfast room LOTS, far trailers.
extra large living.dining combo great for entertaining, on 3 beautiful --..---- ...Natalssll.rEeaL!! : ease i': :
I acres
KISS THE CITY GOODBYE In this lovely CB home 3 BR, 2 BA, great room

with fireplace, central vacuum and stereo workshop away from the ,'J I IR Count Your Blessings During This Thanksgiving Holiday
house, fishpond, all on S acres .
MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Lovely brick home on 1 acre, 5 BR, 2 BA. living L r | FOR PERFECTIONISTS This' home ot. COUNTRY HOME you've dreamed of I
room with fireplace, dining room large eat-In kitchen with snack bar and i .7 firs so much for so little. A proven floor owning. It has everything! 4/2 over
lots of cabinets Inside utility room enclosed garage OUTLAW ; I plan 32'Lg.. family room, 2 car car. 2,000 sq. ft. Price just reduced 2000.
VALUE PACKED OFFER Brick home on 5 fenced acres, 3 BR, 2 BA family port. Immaculately maintained home S *OWNER FINANCED Country Club I
I t t s t
room with fireplace large eat-In kitchen. Inside utility, room, $58.000. (grounds. Excellent location. area, building lots an Bessent Road 8
OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL Frame home, 2 BR, 1 BA. screened porch, all DesigriaterJ t'r: 1 LARGE HOME-In city on approx.. .9 Flume Rd.
I on 28.7 acres good land, good timber, water system to livestock pens 964-4522 Bts 64-5370(; ; I acre 4/2 CHSA, 1900 plus sq. ft. ossum. *MINI-FARM Between Starke and lake I

machinery storage building fenced $74,750. OPAlDlCKSOri t Res. 9645669Res I mtg._ Butler 4/2. CHSA on 8 ocs. Extra: Large |
NEAT FRAME HOME 4 BR, 1 BA extra large kitchen with plenty of STARKE. FL. 964-7333 SUZANNE KITCHENS THIS HOME IS JUS1 WHAT YOU NEED! CB bldg. A large pole barn.
cabinets screened porch with 251 feet frontage on Hwy 301, aluminum I Ij : "'' '' I Next to school. Huge fenced yard, 3 Br., *EXECUTIVE LIVING Country Club. I
j siding for low maintenance.. I I I sunken family room w/fireplace. Lg. Many many ammenities In this 3 BR, 2
BROOKER AREA Neat and clean mobile home on 2 lots, 2 BR, 2 BA j r itOWYbUNO: screened porch an back CH/A side by BA brick home approx. 1776 sq. ft of
screened porch, storage building. 25000. side refrig., trash compactor. Absolutely luxurious living.
FOR THE THRIFTY Mobile home on Hwy 16E 3 Br, 2 BA CHSA, well & septic | Immaculate Priced $61.000.. *DOUBLEWIDE on 4.87 acres, 3/2, I
$35,000.ROBINS *ON GOLDEN Pp.l72 split, plan CH&A. fireplace, extra nice, owner '
AND ROSES Country living at its best in a lovely mobile home J mobile home on 1 acre includes glassed ready for a sale.
| bricked for low maintenance, 3 BR, 1 BA CHSA, well and septic. !In porch, skirting, awning storage shedS *BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT HOME. :
SELECTIVE PROPERTIES I KEYSTONE AREA. 5 Acre-tract *INVESTORS Pinesong S/D. Paved outside lights. Price Reduced. Architect designed-Brick 4/4 3,200 plus i
I ACREAGE 10 acres In South Clay County, Residential-Agriculture| reduced from $15,000 to 12500. road through property. Owner loan *PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 of lu"urlau.llvlng with many amenities |
$17,900 'Come See Us'' ing. families. 2 nice homes on 1 Iqrge lot From 2 to 60 acres OWNER FINANCED I
105.2 BEAUTIFUL ACRES In NE Alachua County Priced to sell. WE HAVE LAND Some with well *SOUTH OF STARKE 2 corners at US Separate living, but close enough! "to* 4 KEYSTONE AREA Mobile home with |
10 ACRES In Bradford County, 13th Street, N.E. & septic tank Building 'lots 301 S SR 18. 2 Money Mak.... keep a check on each other .North' of Take access. Immaculate $23,900. (CenSlarke. -
| 20 ACRES in NW Bradford County, very good water. acreage from 1 acre and up. Some *NIW RETAIL/PROFESSIONAL '1tVral| H & A).
14.05 ACRES SW Bradford County with pecan trees and 2 wells. .with owner financing. See Us ToBUILDING with plenty of parking and *3 BR BRICK HOME on 3.64 acres, newly. _*HOME! BEAUTIFULi $75.200-on 2 acres,
I 4.55 ACRES and 2.16 acres, near Graham. day I II positive cash flow. Located In the busiest renovated kitchen. CHBA/) paneled( 0/2 1700 sq. ft.. CH/A, many extras.
| LAKE LOTS- Sampson Inlet, Sampson Lake and Crosby Lake, Owner flnanc| I section of Starke. walls, picture window, house ts nestled *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2 CHSA,
'ing. *EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked lake, WILL ISTABilHED commercial' amidst 8 pecan trees. Just reduced. ) above ground pool. Dbl garage. A 20 X
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CITY LOTS located on Hwy. 16 W, only 2 blocks from 301. large iwlmmlng pool I, 'large lot on paved building acres from Community Bonk Owner I Is ready for an offer. I 25 upstairs room to be completed to
CITY BLOCKS 8 blocks In.NE Section. [ I r..22wOO sidewalk. Brick I home with Price has been drastically REDUCED to *A VALUABLE OPPORTUNITY to.own a have your own private BR suite. All this
ft. 3 BR, 2 BA, large enter. ::
CITY BLOCKS Tw.- and one-half blocks. sq. large gracious home J. jrrfv;lake
move property
LOT NEAR ALIO LAKI Zoned for mobile home. I lolnlng area. Many other amenities privileges. This crystal 'clear' spring-fed *COMPLETELY REMODELED frame ]
HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage. \ *CLOSE TO PRISONS ;2 BR. I BA on 1 NIAT AS A PIN 2 bi.. I ba., In !itarke. lake Is lust mlnu).! .frarn ,. on. & home, excellent condition on I'/i acre.
HWY 301 SOUTH 4.5 acres with opprox.. 208 ft. frontage. acre, 12 x 32 utility bldg. Priced to sell Priced for quick sale. $24,500. Starkel The spacious' family rodiii'lk ac. New carpet throughout, 3 ceiling fans.
COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx.. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space, 74500. $29.900. *AWAY MOM THI CROWDS. You will tented with a brick fireplace and large _
1 *WEST OP LAWTEY C.B., 3 BR, 2 BA on love the privacy this home offer. 4/3, bay-window. Show by pppointment only *LOCATION LOCATION Walk to
-FREE NOTARY SERVICES- 12 acrei. Call for appointment. 2,100 sq. ft. plus an extra. large garage. Priced low $80's'. Call for detail to everything.2 Br Neat a. a pin and manicured
PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU !III I I 1 COMMERCIAL BLDG. Many uses. Many outstanding I feature t .on 1.7L day -
138 N. Water St. 25000. acres. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties


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STORE BOUGHT Furniture for sale at CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should bo submitted LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, mon :
1964 DESTINY MH Dnublewlde PRESSURE WASHING Houses mobile, MINOLTA X-700 camera package
with fireplace. 1 Home Center located lo the Bradford County thly efficiency apartments' 1 or 3 BR,
Bedroom, and mar. Take overpayment Not ill on 301 lawtey ,Fla. (this Is nottrailer Telegraph office In wiling and paid III call 473 2919. It/( tfnchg horses pools, docks, sidewalks Free 50mm standard lens 100mm poitioit
.. Call 782.3358 alter 6 p.m. furniture) 6/13 tfnchg advance unless credit" Is already MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per estimates Call Rob 473 3590 11/6 300mm room, flash tripod Cokm,
3/20 TF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSi A* Iowa. established with this office. month. Partially" furnished. Keystone tlnchg 'lil'eu., banks, bogs, more. $450 Call
NEW 8 USED MOBILE HOMES, Call Roy $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tin THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE 01 oa. 473.2026. 11/6 'Ifnchg LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. '73.::1788 except Thursday or 1 HtdoyItpd
Call: The
Well at A&W Mobil Homes, 964.6407 CHEVY 4x4 PARTS '/. ton anything you HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished. Estimates Lawn 11/6 Baiber. 4733590. Free 11/26

or 964 6408. 8/14 llnrw need.-Axles, front or rear auto CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Rallied or handyman caretaker couple FLOOR SAGGING tfnchg .
\ DOUBUWIDE. 3 BR 2 BA. (tor tale. traittm., transfer cases, 2 different THE TELEPHONE. prefer' red $200 to$275 mo 473.7269 or -DOOR DRAGGING YARD SALES
Payments about $225. No down payment types: spring lift blocks, big U bolts. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY 376.7749 or 378.8622. 11/6 tfnchg House Service out of level? Call loRue Leveling

free delivery & '.'.up. Just good Call 964-5812. TFce NOON prior to Thursday publication. HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Silver .,473 for. all your foundationrepairs. THREE FAMILY Frl, Nov. 28 & Sot Nrjv
credit needed. Doublewide Home NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. Minimum charge is IS words for$3.50 loke. 2 BR. CH/A. pool table, on I acre 7721. 11/6 tlnchgMISCELLANEOUS 29 from 9-?. Winter clothing new
Center Lowtey. FL 782.3333 11/6 Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great then 15 cents for each word thereafter/ lot. $375 month 9042471604. 11/6 Christmas decorations' household
tfnchg for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, tfnchg Items, much mo'.. Don't miss this one
1980 14 K 60, CHSA 2 BR, 2 BA. 135 W, Call St. 9646305. FOR LEASE 1. 2, A 3 bedroom energy ef 465 SW Nightingale' St. Itpd :M/26
backporch, $8500 nego. Mutt tell ROLLS OF HAY: $25.$20. All hay under ficient apartments. 475.1048 or PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collecti SATURDAY NOV. 29 Behind Jim' Rod
9644940. 11/26 Itpd large barn on west side of Hwy 16 475.2052 between 7 am.10 p.m. 11/6 ble items and antiques. Used furniture, Trailer Park Hwy 100 east of Keystone
GREAT INVESTMENT Package deal. 4 about 7 miles north of Starke toward REAL ESTATE FOR RENT OR SALE 2 BR single wide 8 3 glassware, jewelry and much more. Follow signs. Toys and baby clothes
mobile hornet let up on 3 acres, In prison. Order your hay and leave It FOR SALE BR double wide In Clay County CH/A. Come see for yourself. One mile east Itchg 11/26
Lawtey. Owner financed. 7823894. under my barn until you need It. 4751269. ask 'for Jackie, 6592269. of Keystone Heights. on Highway 100
1.1(202Ipd 11/26 Delivery available at extra charge. Arthur 2lchg 11/20.27 473-2IB3.il/6tfnchg
Catkins 782-3727 or 964-616/ PARKLAND S. FLORIDA, 5 or 10 are 3 BR-2 BA DOUBLEWIDE mobile horn HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR RENT 10/30 tfnchg ranch. Large 5/3 home lake, stalls, (Oak Forest). $27 month $100 securi
HAY ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. woods, cross.fenced. Excellent Loco- ty. No pets. Available I2/I/S6. NOTICE FOR SALE BY OWNER Brick home, 3 BR.
Delivery available. 7 miles west of I tlcm. Prestigious area. $395,000 473-2931. 2tpd 11/26.12/4 3 BA, fireplace, pool, 2 car garage, "like
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK Stork on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gasklns. 695000. Survey Seven Realty ((305)) STORE OR OFFICE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted new. Mid $90's. Call 4734400. 2tpd
Mobile Hornet and spaces for rent. 964-8356. 11/13 tfnchg 3927773. fcan 86.384 units to choose SPACE FOR LEASE 4 to the Lake Region Monitor of 11/20.27

Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone S HP KAWASAKI GO-CART like new, UNCLE SAM has 110' Billion $$$ to Located on SR 21 from $300 per month. fice in writing and paid In advance
964.7498.9/16 tin $390. 964-8348 or 4733627. 11/20 loan/give away for real estate no Coll CENTURY 21 near Woodland Dr. unless credit Is already establishedwith CARS, TRUCKS
NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 BMX'RACING HELMET, Medium $25. credit statement needed. Also gov't TIES. INC., Broker PROPER. this office
BA apt. For more Information call Lake BMX racing pants, size 8, $25. Call seized homes from $1 18008264355. 4734903. 11/6 4tchg MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD & BOATS

Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity 964.5176 or 964-8568. 11/26 line Icon 86.379 HELP WANTED RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 Born 9/21/86 $200 each FIRM. repair). Also tax delinquent propertiesnow THE TELEPHONE. ENGINES, factory remonufactured. All
per night. From $35 per week. Discount 9644010. 11/26 Itpd available. For Info' 1.800.826.4355. COCKTAIL WAITRESS No experience Classified, deadline Is 11:00: a.m prior makes dietel/gas for coos 8 trucks
offered for longer term. Apply In person PUREBRED SIMMENTAl BULLS for sale. fcan 86.377 necessary. Apply in person. Model' A to Thursday publication. Warranted 10% over factory Invoice
Magnolia Hotel, Walnut St. across Performance tested show quality. Lounge, Hwy 21, Keystone. 2tchg Minimum' charge is 15 words for$3 50, 496-2411 p.m. 473-3693. 11/2041pd+
from Post Office. TF Alto purebred Braham built. J.L, HELP WANTED 11/20.27 then 15 cents for each word thereafter 12/11
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly Glodwell 964.8613. 11/26 1 Itpd WANTED! Housekeeper, 1 or 2 days _
decorated everything furnished. Laundry AKC REGISTERED COCKER SPANIEL PUP- per week. Heavy cleaning, plus win.
facilities Included. Video room PIES. Priced from $70 to $125 each. EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS for small house. References required.
available. Will accept one child no 7823334. 11/26 Itpd needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr Call 4751552. Itpd 11/26 FOR SALE

pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. AVON OR WATKINS PRODUCTS buy or Call Susan Cook. 964 6220. EOE. 12/STF Fill Dirt Soil
., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF sell For more Information call REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks, Florida Pest Control Top Tractor Work ,
FURNISHED 2 BR TRAILER. Clean no 782-3063 Ramona or Mike. 11126.21pd Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate' Col. All Plants Shrubs & Trees Backhoe Bulldozer
pelt, no children. 964.5739 or 9644468. BUSH HOG lege. 7/3TFN ,
3 hitch
11/20 point mows 3000 GOVERNMENT JOBS LIST Buy One Get One FREE
2tpd 11/27 $16,040 1IWFN 964-6182
full 6 foot trip, heavy duty class A Nl W. CHI si. 544.57.6 9645823.KEYSTONE .
$59,230/yr. Now
condition, can be seen at Mildred Gritfis -
AVAILABLE for as little as $50 805.687.6000 Ext. R5504. 10/16 7tpd
per Griffis Loop, Rt. 3. Box 1526 call
week or $200 per month which includes Jerome Griffis at 356.0044 or 9645409. 11/27
all utilities and no deposits. Call 11/263tpd 12/11 MANAGER NEEDED for convenience
964.5139 or 964.8173 or drop by 314 N.Temple ONE GO CART 9647895. 11/26 Itpd store Only experienced need apply. BROADWAY & WALTERS
Avenue apartment number six, Pep-O Food Store 620 S. Walnut VILLAGE
1000 SUNBEDS, Sunol Wolff. Save 50%
next to the Tenneco Station downtown Call for FREE catalogue & wholesale Starke. 9/18 tfnchg TREE SERVICE
Starke. 11/6 tfnchg CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Income potential *
Luxurious 1 BR
pricing. Excellent Xmas gift or Removal Apartments
2 BR UNFURNISHED upstairs apt. No maker. M/C or VISA money call All occupations. For info call: ((312)) &
pets, no children 833'/i Madison St. 1 8002286292. Icon 86.389 742.8620..362.11/20 4tpd 12/11 Trimming from $215 per mo. ...
9648404. 11/134tchg 12/4 EXCELLENT INCOME for port-time home v
SMALL TRAILER within city limits, 1 or 2 CENTURY. Uncle Sam has over $1 assembly, work. For Info call Call 473-3682 : '';
adults only. No pets, please. 964-8484. billion worth of gov't surplus to sell or 504641.8003 Ext. 9579. 11/26 4tpd Firewood

11/1311nchg give away this as low as $1. 12/18 Free Estimate or visit Located at beautiful
DELUXE APT. In recently constructed Vehicles, boats, panes, cameras, computers In ,
complex building. 834 square ; etc. For Info ((312)) 3898884. Tallahassee, Florida Is looking for a "
feet, all Whirlpool appliances plus fcan 86.379 full time TV technician. Some experience 4737097473.7679 5r:: Keystone Club Estates

dishwasher disposal breakfast bar necessary. Company paid After 5 P.M !Sorry, No Pets
ceiling fans In each room carpet, mini. benefits Include: Medical Insurance, QUil HObsmc I Ml34lchg134Fred
blinds drapes, laundry room. Good FOR SALE Profit Sharing Life Insurance, Paid Keystone Heights
nelghgors and off street parking. $335 Holidays. Call collect ((904)) 877.4151 '
per month. 9648601. 11/20 tfnchg. 1964 CHATEAU travel trailer. 33 ft., rear between 10.12 am 2.5 pm Mon. thru ,.ri Licensed & Insured

12 X 6S MH 3 BR. 2 BA, $250 per month. bedroom Ig. ret., AC self-sontained, Fri. fcan 86338INTERNATIONAL
9644238. 11/20 tfnchg like new. 964.5318 or 7823786. 10/16 Student organizationseeks
SR 230-C. 3 BR, 1 '/. BA 2 story all ap tfnchg individuals part-time to find Stafford
pliances. $300 plus security depotit. 260 GAL. FUEL TANK with legs. Call homes for high school exchange ,. Keystone Club Estates '
students. Excellent 2nd Income, Call
4737941. 11/20 2tpd 11/27 533-2403 alter 6 p.m. swtfn For Sale: 3 bedroom 2 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
((912)) 4320742. fcan 86.392 ,
cottage, couple 12,500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI
only. No pets. Available to June 1. TIONER. 110 Outlet. $250. Call GOVERNMENT JOBS I Now hiring In your bath, living room, dining Residential Commercial

Call 5332366. 11/26 tfnchg 533-2403 after 6 p.m. swtfn area both skilled and, unskilled. For : room, T-V room eat-in Bradford County
Hit ,
1 BR APT with appliances. No childrenor HAND MADE BELTS extra sizes to 54. of jobs and application call ((615))
pets. $135 per month. Call 9648498. See at Waldo Farmers & Flea Market. 383.2627 Ext. J507. Icon 86-398 kitchen, laundrystoreroom MOBILE HOME SPECIAL
PLANT LOVERS! I 11 I Earn extra ca.h.
tpd Bldg. D. Booth 38. 11/13 7tchg 12/25 plus nice screenedarea
e..BR eU'LEJLJ..nf..nl..d..call. 964..8566. PRICE. WARI; Slashed .50.% Our.best, beautiful plants, meet new people, 200 AMP Service pole &
,!t: :alter 5 p.m. 11/26 Itpd large flashing arrow sign $2891 Lighted "flexible hours. FENSMORE for relaxing. *
HYDROCULTURE Plants. Call collect Hookup$375.00
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month non-arrow $2791 Unlighted $2391 Free Located on 9th fairway.Call .
((305)) 8862367. fcan 86 396
and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- box letters) See locally. Call today! 1 SOUTHERN PINE LUMBER manufacturerIs New construction rewiring
Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF ((800)) 423-0163 anytime fcon 86.391 473-3521
CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On CHRISTMAS TREES WREATHS PLANTATION recruiting for the following petitions repairs I
Highway 16 W. Close to prison. FRESH DIRECT TO YOUR DOOR. : Sawmill foreman, lumber ll/133-pdll/J/ I
964.7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg U.P.S. Free color brochure. Write graders, boiler supervisor shipping 4851952or
FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile Brookfield Christmas Tree Plantation manager. Forward resume, referencesand
homes Inside city, weekly & monthly. Christlanburg Virginia 24068.2490 or salary to: P.O. Box 436, Silverhlll,
JO LU Motel & MH Park. 9648810. 6/5 call toll free 1800443TREE. Icon Alabama 36576. fcan 86.394 NAVAL AIR RESERVE 964-8830 24 firs
TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature
TF 86.393 for short HELP WANTED normal site & conditions
3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingtley Lake. person trips surrounding
Stark. Contact customers. We train. OPENINGS AVAILABLEfor
Long Pier AC, Call 964-6491.. 9/25 TFN
2 BR MH furnished, $190 per month TOO LATE Write N.C. Dickerson, Pres., prior service military! per.
Southwestern Petroleum, Box
$150 deposit. No children or pets. Call TO CLASSIFYFEMALE Ft. Worth, TX 76161. 11/26 Itpd sonnel in the Naval Air

468-1323 leave message. 10/30 tfnchg MIDDLE-AGED COUPLE to work in motel' Reserve Program, in Jax, FL.
= and live In. No 3 '/. miles north of
couple. For Information Call 964.8602 POMERANIAN t hod SH "sand pets Ground & flight crew positions
after 6 p.m. JM tested negative for lieai'w.rns.. Stork. on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchg available in control, David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

2 BR HOUSE IN LAKE BUTLER across from Approx. 3.4 yrs. old. Not a child/ d,->g. .
Middle School. For Information call Prefers adults and likes t 964.8602 after 6 p.m. JM quietly. She was hit by a car and co,'* BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALESPh. squadrons. Call TOLL

stay Inside all day wi'In+u' going "iu' 782-3172-Mon. thru Sot FREE 1.800.521.1316 for more 229 NW 28th St. 964-6133
FOR RENT Mobile, Inline, 3 bedionin, UN often. This dog cannot be bred becauseof ffN
furnished. $260 month, first 8 las the Injuries she received. She lively Fill Sand Drainfield Rock information. n/1311chg12/25

month rent. Coll 964.5251 between 5 pretty and is quiet and would ,roke'I.. Top Soil-

and 8 p.m. No Pe's. Available 12.3.86. right person a wonderful cnti,paui, 11/26 1 trw Loves to ride in the car. For m-"i a inf i
'call 782-387S alter" 6:30: p.m. I'll APTS.
Plumbing Supplies From _

"Beautify Home"Your KANE CYCLE Florida Pest Control Brand!.New, Durrance Pump & Supply ,

Cut Brick Sidingor REPAIRUS All Plants Shrubs & Trees 1,2, & 3 Bedroom Units |* We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State LicensedUS \

Cut Stone 301 N e 964-5805 Buy One Get FREE
301 North. 164 N. Temple Ave.,Stark 964-7061
Vinyl tat w CUM M s Beginning As Low As ;
Siding epee Tees M wed 1-1 Thurl Fit 6Is i/-TIt TFtCustom
Aluminum $195
Siding ..
CallHomes '

Beautiful r 411 W. Madison m '.. 782-3531

964-6766 Starke. FL 320'JlKKAI.TOH LD FHT /\ Cabinets J. j,.

24 hrs. Financing e. III;&-t-tIi9 N.w Construction Remodeling -

Assoc. Harold .:PIII 1)64-6616) Cabinets *Tile Ceilings ,

SIN TOWN 2 BR, 1 BA CH. near -T-- Free Estimates _
hospital sm. dn., owner fin. bol. Call Tim Thompson
e Parts e TF
Repairs 29900. 96"- 4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves
LAWTEY AREA 10 Ac. ,I.lots.. 25% <
Classified Ads Discount Price for ( Train to be a
dn., bal. 10% for/(5 yrs.
Get Results Tires & Batteries LAWTEY 12S ? BR. 1 BA. 15 acres TRAVEL AGENT

.. plus extra septic tank, 60000. TOUR GUIDE

.11ki.....*...*... ..*.*.*.....*..**...*. *.*..*....- CRYSTAL Beautiful brick LAKE veneer HOME 4 BR. 2 BA SITES on 2 AIRLINE RESERVATIONIST Roberts Real Estate

CYPRESS MULCH Irg. lots close to lake, $90,000.W Start locally full time/part time.Train 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL
i I I PRATT ST. 1/1. CH/A .''".. on live airline computers. Horn 964-6262
study and resident training. Financial
and refrlg., microwave oven ceiling San
1 38500. Reduced to $36,000. aid available. Job placement

PINE BARK LAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR, 2 assistance. National headquarters .COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 ,

I BA, brick veneer over 2,000 .q. ft. LHP FL. 50000. Call Today!
Deliver Interior decor that must be seen to A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL doublewide mobile home.
We 58 plus
You pick-up or ACREAGE acres a Only
appreciate, 9.74 acres ft much more. 1-800-432-3004
i. Price nego. Some owner fin 75000. Owner terms possible.
I Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery : .HISTORICAL PROVIDENCE 135 acre ACCMDITIO MIMSM N.N..C", Nn444 .CHURCH STREET 3 bedroom. 1 bath central heat & air.

Cypress Lumber farm with lovely large brick home Reduced to 35000.

Ii with all ammenltles, Ig. pecan .640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly

964-6649 trees, has 4 MH rentals, 2 stocked / --DW on 1/2 oc. lowtey. In town: growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that S120C
i fish ponds, near 1.75 and 441. nice area. $18.009.f434Motel .
*....***.*....##.#, #.#########**...**.....*.... i MINI-FARM Approx. 22.5 acreswith opt., res., 9 ae., great per acre! I.
3 BR, 1 BA, MH. 2 Ige. barns plus Investment I If439Office DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms 1 bath on 1 acre. $23,000.

BRASINGTON tractor t equip. Many extras. I complex, commercial SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. 11000.

I IAWTIY AREA 3 BR, 1 BA. CH/A. 1 building. 10 city lots. Fronts' US 301, .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms. 2 Both
CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE INC. acre 39000. Inside city limits.
frame with out-buildings CH/A
LAKE BUTLER 3 BR. 2 BA CH/A Lg. We hove many listings see our
lot. only $41.500..HAMPTONI lormeltes, waterfronioge, Commercial .10 ACRES Pecan grove no Improvements.
{. \ "Where Quality Is Still Important" rh 4 BR, 1 BA18500. Ap- and good bargain buys! FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus no Improvements 640 ft.

pro. 11 acres on 325. only $25.000 frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well
James'BradyCadillac rp HWY 1001 Approx. acre with old Lorraine Champion! Broker septic tank.COMPLETE .
I house, well ft septic tank has been iTHOUT REALTY pump

Local OWwiuM" I I approved 7000. the V.N.e eq1 COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE
"Your Representative": I R.nlallneam. Property e....set''s George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker
2001 N.W. 13th St. .WALNUT ST.: 4 Plex plus 2 BR. 1 BA. 964.893L
I MH. 78x210 lot wI parking garage. .j v/ 96 .605' Evening,.
Gainesville, FL 32601 Bus. ((904)) 378-5301 4iis 3096r
I EDWARDS RD. Approx. 4 acres w/2 '3 Terry A. Gaines CSM, Salesmo /Appralser

-.. I MH's S frame house. TAMKC.3e N. TCMPLC FL SOI. 964-41S1 Evening i/

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By 2tc Kd Kirkland ;.. ; ,
Adopt Wild
It's hard to believe, hut Thanksgiving is Thursday. I think it's a very
special holiday. In norms! ways it seems to be-even more of a family time
than Christmas. However, it can be difficult to get into the "spirit" of
Horses in ProgramWild Thanksgiving when you have a toddler, hanging on your leg as you wash \
the dishes and one crying in the crib. \
Another reason it can be hard to get excited about it is that all too often,
horses rounded up on western Stockyards during the event.
Thanksgiving Day means nothing more than a day when Mom gets up
rangelands will soon be looking fornew The spokesman said that under real early, cooks all day and then washes! dishes all night while we Dad's Remodeled
homes with residents in the
the protection of Federal Law,herdsof
contribute by inspecting the TV for possible picture tube defects all day.
Southeast, when an "adoption wild horses and
burros increase If he is extremely he actually outside the house and
energetic, might go
event" is held in Thomasville, Ga. and
rapidly, must compete for
walk around the
yard, once or twice. Hotel Rooms
I> 57.Approximately. limited and
l'c. water
forage with native
Still, to others Thanksgiving means something else which we can sum
100 horses will be
wildlife and
livestock that up in one word SHOPPING That's right, most people are off on the Friday
trucked into the Thomas County also graze public lands "Even after Thanksgiving and all of them in the state of Florida go down
Stockyard, coming from their native BLM FOR RENTDay
though has found homes for Blanding Blvd. to Orange Park Mall. In fact, this is usually the biggest!
rangelands in the western slates, over 50,000 excess wild horses and
retail sales the day for
single day of the year.! And, probably biggest
principally Nevada, Wyoming, burros, the populations grow so fast temper loss in traffic, fender-benders! and the ever popular "let's see just!
California and eastern Oregon. that tnousands more must be remov- how long it can possibly take to get out of the mall parkln({ lot" game. Week Month
who to -
Persons promise give good ed each year in order to prevent So, the question I hope you will ask yourself this year is thiS, "How can I
homes to the horses may apply for serious harm to the range and to the "
make this Thanksgiving II really I special day In the life of my family?
as many as four, at a cost of $125 herds themselves," said Curtis Like anything else, it will take some effort on your part to capture the real MAGNOLIAHOTEL
each. To qualify, applicants must Jones, Director for BLM Eastern
of this next
suitable facilities spirit day. But, you can have a very special one Thursday
i have transport, States. when you stop and remember there's more to it than just stuffing a
and means for caring for the horses. Each horse is examined by a turkey.

) Applications and information about veterinarian, Coggins tested and For instance,the purpose of the holiday is to express your thankfulness.
this one-time event available
are by vaccinated for various
equine Before you can teach your children this, you need to change your attitude
calling the Adopt-a-Horse Program, disorders. The burro herds have toward the holiday. A good way to do this is simply make or buy some New FurnitureAir
Bureau of Land Management reached a stable population,so there "Thank You" cards and send them to people who have encouraged you in
(BLM), 350 S. Pickett St., Alexan- will be no burros for adoption at this
some way. It will help you open up your heart and concentrate on others
dria, Va.,22304, phone ((703)) 274-0068. time. instead of yourself. Also, they will probably faint when they get a card Condition
According to a spokesman for Jones said the horses are wild, and from someone they didn't even give a gift. By the way,get the kids involved
BLM, more than 2,400 wild horses afraid of people, but with care and let them make some cards and mail them.They will love it and it only
and burros have been adopted in patience, they can be tamed and used takes a few minutes. The change it can make might surprise you. Must See to AppreciateAcross
Georgia, Florida and Alabama. By for riding, farmwork, showing, Another thing to consider would be some family traditions. Children
bringing the event Thomasville, it breeding or other non-commercial have a way of remembering special little traditions done at home as they from
is hoped adoption will be more feasible purposes. They require adequate are growing up.They don't have to be elaborate,or cost a cent. It may be
for people in the southeast. shelter and corral space,with sturdy as simple; as going around the table before eating and everyone sharing Starke Post Office
Persons who obtain adoption pasture fencing. something or someone they are especially thankful for and why. The
forms and apply in advance to BL.M Title to the animal remains with "why" is important to prevent a race to see how fast everyone can say
will be assured a better selection of the U.S. Government for 12 months, "Mom" or "Dad" to get to the food. Or, each could write something and
animals, but"walk-up" applicationswill after which it will be transferred to bring it to the table to read.
also be accepted from persons the individual, if he has cared for the Finally, there is something else you can do. You see, as I remember,
who come to the Thomas Countv animal properly. Thanksgiving was created to express'gratitude to God for His blessings.
When we take God out of this day, we do nothing more than create an ex
cuse to stuff our face. Why not take some time, even if you never have
"Wit is the sudden marriage of ideas which before their marriage were before, to simply review the blessings in your life from the Lord. Then, t4Mn (
I not perceived to have any relation." Mark Twain stop and express them to him. This is more than just a prayer before a ,
meal, it is an attitude of life and it can do more to change :you and your ... t

family than.you think. Then, end this special weekend by going to churchas ?m sr l rw .,.. .;t..."..,;,r
a family.Ed
Florida Pesl Control Kirkland is pastor of the Kingsley! Lake Baptist Church located just
All Plants. Shrubs & Trees west of Camp Blanding on the corner of S.R6 and Mary Dot Lane at
Help! Buy One Get One FREE Kingsley Luke. To have a question about your family answered in this column l
air W. Call SI. 9M-574S send it to: HOW'S THE FAMILY. Kingsley Lake Baptist Church "' PIo" t4"JThe
Save Energy & $$ 6337 Seminole St., Starke FL. 32091 or call Rev Kirkland's office at a 1 I

Install Custom ..!33-2018._ Names/addresses_orb not printed. _
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1977 CAMARO PS/PB. A/C. Light blue, 1985 HONDA THREE-WHEELER ATC250SX Overdrive
whit Interior. Good can d,lion. Call old. Worthington Springs area Bought new In summer 1985 for $1750.

4963026. llpd. 11/26 Reward. C a 462-3324 I Itfr. start Sacrifice, reverse at $800.gear.Shaft driven Call 4963004.electric Power Steering iaujmry\ ?==':

ENGINES factory remanulactured. All HOMESGOVERNMENT 1985 tfn/chg.YAMAHA 11/13 IT200N Bought new in Power Brakes j&L-JSLsrs/l \\

makes diesel/'gos for cart & truck. summer 1985 for $1850. Sacrifice, at

496-2411 Warranted.p.m.10%- 4733693.over factory 11/204tpd invoice. repair I ). Delinquent HOMES tax FROM property.$1 (U $850. Mean machine! Call 4963004. ,. Low Mount jgrrr. ::;i. ** ,.. ; .., ...---.. .'..,

Repossessions. Call 1(805)687-6000.( ) -; "'.;..:;:- :;;
FOR RENT Ext. GH.1136, for current r.po list. PERSONAL SERVICES Mirrors \
11/20 Stpd. 1 1/8 :.- fll1 0
ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS World'' Headliner '' '
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Book Encyclopedias and childcral! For -- '
FOR RENT: Union CountyTlmes. ISO: Owner financed. Hale and Assoc -=- / .... ...." .-., "'"
Information call
4963939. 12/4 Judy Norman at Package :...,.. : I "D'' :;" ; c:
Butler. Phone .
I Main Street Lake 11/134tchg. 4963957. Itpd. 11/26 .' _
496.2261 for information tfn NEW 3/2 CBS ENERGY EFFICIENT heat t.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE pump 1,600 sq. ft. on 2 ac. In Providence oJ Air Cond. : .,
f located In Union County Times Building area. 51000. Call 496-3026 NOTICEat :
150 West Main. Call 4962261. for 11/26 Ifpd.COMMERCIAL. r, V-6 ((2.9L) /
more information tfn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be tub,
SMALL TWO BEDROOM HOUSE near PROPERTY milled to the Union County Times office -
middle school. $170 a month Call RENT/LEASE In writing and paid In advance Power
9648602. after 6 P.M. 10/30 tfn unless credit is already established
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME in lake with this office.
locations Hole and Assoc. Call Located In Union County Times RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN ,
4963939. ll/134tchg. 12/4 building. Call for Information CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI! Nicely furnished 4962261. tfn. THE TELEPHONE.
all electric central heat and Classified deadline is TUESDAY.
air private paved road laundry and WANTED I NOON prior to Thursday publication. $879500
park playground. Near schools hasp. Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50,
Hate facilities PINES SR-121, east Lake then IS cents for each word thereafter
Butler. Call 4962366. Two children FARM LAND. WILL BUY OR LEASE Call .
max., and no pets chg/tfn 11/13 Tom Chalres. daytime ((904)542-7957) 48
7.90/0 at
12'd5' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1 night (9045427050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24 REAL ESTATE 24-Month Interest 5.90/0 at 36 Mos.
1/2 bath central air. MuM .e. to appreciate.
tfn'thg. 11/20 ? If I don't have It, I'll find It- Just
Butler $185 a month plus $150 Main I Street, lake Butler963978. 496.2126 or 496-2903 eves. "YOUR'
deposit. Three bedroom apartrrent. Insurance Service 4/10tfn UNION COUNTY REALTOR.. tin MOTORSHwy
$1 SO a month plus $150 deposit Call
V3/38.. Hchg. 11/26

FURM'MED HOVE quiet TWO neighborhood BEDROOM MOBILE In Lake HELP WANTED FOR SALE 21 Keystone Hgts, 4733673206: W. Madison Starke, 96 .7200

Butler Not Pels.' First month's' tent, weekly at homel Write: 19-INCH RCA COLOR TV Less than r
plus security deposit. Call 4963305. P.O.Box 975. Eliiobeth. NJ. 07207 year-old. $250.' Call 4963004. Ifnnchg. Jax 388-FORD G'ville 3771096r
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I Johnny Johns and Her 10-Pointer...

As he ran across a power line clearing chasing a doe aimed for the buck's shoulder und hit him in the back
this HI point buck was bagged Sunday afternoon late by legs,turning the big buck a summersault.The buck got
Johnny Johns, above The 10 point rack Is the finest up and ran. Mrs. Johns impatient! waited her 30
Klt'dnwn of the Two-Buck Hunting Club between minutes,required for a wounded deer to lie down.The
SI.nke and Keystone Heights KO far this deer season. buck was trailed down with a beagle' and finished! ,oFF
MI-H.Johns, who hll'l haeeed her fair of deer,snld she
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I UC Deputy Sheriff Suspended

i i Union County Sheriff's Department to discuss the nature of the com the complaint, then Seay will be
Deputy Garry Seay has been plaint at this time and said he has suspended without pay If no
! suspended with pay pending investigation been asked by the State Attorney's charges are filed then Seay will be
into a complaint filed office not to discuss the complaint.. reinstated, indicated Whitehead.
against him, said Sheriff Jerry "Suspending the officer is stan
Whitehead Monday. dard procedure in a situation like "We have to wait and see now if
this," said Whitehead, "Anytime the State Attorney clears him or files
The complaint is being investigated there is a complaint filed against charges and go from there" said
by the State Attorney's and officer, he is automatically Whitehead "This is normal policy
office and investigator John Yar- suspended with pay until the investigation anytim a formal complaint is filed
brough was not available for com is completed." against an officer."
ment on short notice before the early Whitehead said that what happensnow Seay has been with the Union
deadline this week. depends on the State Attorney. County Sheriff's Department for 14 in stock
I Whitehead said he is not at liberty If the State Attorney files! charges! on years.

j Jurors Cited for Failure to Appear

I A mistrial was declared due to nol come and at least one iidme Woolard.
lack of jurors in a civil trial scheduled should have been removed from the Judge Crews expressed his
in Bradford County Nov. 10. roll as the person was deceased.The .fraustration in the matter of havingto
\ Fourteen prospective jurors were following names were served; reschedule the trial and the cost to
served notice and ordered to appear Henrietta Marie Butler, Coretha the tax payers of Bradford County
before Judge John J Crews Nov. 24 Byrd, Donna Jan Craven Charles He said he intended to send a
to show cause why they were not in Will Cunningham Juanita P. message to residents a jury sum- FRIDAY
court on Nov 10 Harper Bertha Johnson James O. mons was an official order to appear
, McDaniel, Edgar E. McRee, unless excused prior to the court
i. Varying fines of $12 to $100 were Lawrence P. Meng, Yvonne Reed date.
given to the urors whose excuses included Norman Kevin Randall Scheetz,
having moved, their jury David Francis Wager, Shirley Ann The civil trial of Williams vs..,Wendys'wt ,- .
Williams and Betty.-Wallace + -
sim,:, had-nrortHWrrserreifi. \coati, be-rescheduled.

Traffic Arrests in BradfordThe

following arrests were made Charles Edward Lee of Lawteywas Michael Guy Adams, 19, of Nova 28thno' !
by local authorities for traffic viola arrested Nov. 22 for DWLS according Jacksonville was arrested Nov 25
tions in Bradford County. to Investigator David for DWI according to Patrolman
Aderholt. He was released after a Ray Shuford. Bond was set at
Lee Ammon Claridy of Sarasotawas $210 surety bond was posted. $362.50, he was released on his own
arrested Nov. 23 for driving recognizance
while license suspended (DWLS),
according to Lt. William Tillotson. .
lie was released after a $210 cash
bond was posted. TERWILLEGAR !
Dennie Michael Gohagen 25, of g MOTORS ') -
Raiford was arrested Nov. 22 for '
driving while intoxicated(DWI),ac EDDIE STARLING ...
to Sgt.W.C,Reno.Gohagenrefuse
the breathalizer. He was NEW & USED
released after a $624.50 surety bond CARS & TRUCKS
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Another financial boost for the Santa Ve Community College Starke former SKCC trustee; and Dr. Bernard McFadden Starkc Center Coor- 699 699
Center came with the presentation of a 15.000 check from Winn-Dixie dillatOl'
Stores for the maintenance fund of the SFCC Endowment Corporation. In presenting the gift, Sutton said this and planned future contributionsare
Minn-Dixie's interest and faith in continued growth in the
Pictured from left are: Randall Melton, manager of the Starke *'Inn. Id1'11I'.ln
UhleIan J. Robertson. SFCC Vice-President; W.II. Sutton retail al'l'a. : Thanksgiving SpecialOpen
operations supervisor forV.n's Jacksonville District; Guy Andrews #

Till 2:00 a.m.

Live Music Holley & Jones

; Man Apprehended Following lary.a. '

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with a survival type knife in his intoxicated, according to Sgt. W. C: grand theft-auto has been pUiLcu 301 Liquors & Lounge
Daniel Mozell Anderson, 21, with a
possession which was taken from the Reno. He was released on his own against Anderson, the car he was
Jacksonville address, faces apartment and wearing tennis shoes recognizance on Saturday before his driving when the DWI arrest was 1 Mile North of Staike on Hwy. 301
numerous charges following a of arrest Sunday for the burglary made was stolen from Gainesville
With the
had stolen. help
burglary of an apartment on N. Starke Patrolman John Hodges and charges. According to Major W. S. Total bond for Anderson was set at OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -

Temple According in Starke.to Investigator David William Russell, who detained the Rhoden, an additional charge of $11,000, he remains in custody PACKAGE STORE & LOUNGE o"

M.. Aderholt, Anderson was apprehended subject other property was .....
shortly after he broke into the recovered which was taken duringthe
apartment at the Faulkner Complex burglary, said Aderholt.
The couple who lived In the Anderson has been charged with
arrived home at 4:15: burglary while armed and commit
apartment and found Anderson there he ting assault during a burglary, battery 964-7500 ORIAN WELLS Chrvroli'l-Oldsmobik' 964-7500
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pushed the woman down and took off and petit theft,arrested said Aderholt.last [!fj

].. running building into lie was the found area shortly behind after the weekend Anderson in Starke was for driving while Hwy 301 N. L---- : -- --- Hwy 301 N. |

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{. Charges Dismissed Against

".,:' Bradleys and Harris in BC Bradford County's Only Locally Owned and Operated Full Service Dealership.

The i investigation was conducted
'', All charges against four Starke by Florida Department of Law Enforcement
have been dismissed at the
. residents who filed charges in 1987
: request of the federal agency which Bradford County..
'y, initiated the investigation. The dismissed in
charges were
L. PBradley,49 .
Noonan Bradley,57 .
favor of federal
j and Ted Jeffery Harris, government prosecution
according to the state at
35, were charged with trafficking i in
office. 75th
I cocaine Sept 26. With additional .
charges of unlawful possession of

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