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: December 4, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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'DEC 0 9 1386LIBRARY -

Outside. Bradford

A cold front has moved cast into Florida, bringing the first real .IPKY the COUnty
Fall weather of the season.
Lows in the mid-40s and upper 30s may be experienced through Insidt&JT! Fl A. HISTORY! '
Saturday with highs in the 60s. It could be the first freeze of the Two $.cllon. SINCE 1879 "
year; and, if so, plants and animals should be protected. SECTION A: 10 fogmt .
Warmer temperatures are expected by Sunday with lows in the N.w.. 1-* j
mid-40s but a high near 80 predicted. It should be fair and dry with Editorial fog.' .
cool mornings and cold nights through the weekend. Mostly NE Public Nollcot.IDATh '/ II/II, 1 :-
winds Friday and Saturday, becoming easterly Sunday is the Social Scn.SSASportl \ .'1 Ii ,
forecast. .fAA \ ( 111
high of 68,30% humidity and winds from the NE at 7 mph is the II ; '
expectation today (Thursday, Dec. 4)). SECTION Bt 14 Pag.. \ \ I
The Louis Hill fire towner on US-301 at Highland measured 1.95 Dugs.r .IB I ...,. !
inches of rain Monday and Tuesday. Rainfall averaged .3 inches in Car*.rt 12B 'j;
Bradford County over the past week, and 2.4 inches over the Sunthlnvlnd. ,

weekend.August average rainfall is 8.1 inches, September 5.46 inches, OcN.w.Obituaries> Brl.f... .M2B SB The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven '

tober 3.64 inches, November 1.86 inches, December 3.08 inches.Cla..ltled Ads. . . ,..IIB ItIKth Year STAKKK, KUmiDA 25 Cents Copy I
." .. 20th Issue; Thursday DwmlieM.I! USI'S0112-700(
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'IAk& fldu .. Opposition HeardTo

V L\I1 j City's Second

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"B" Books and T-shirts are still \ Nursing Facility
available and on sale by writing to:
BHS Alumni Association, 581 N.
Temple Ave., Starke FL, 32091. t k Opposition developed to city- zealously, by maintaining the finest
B-Books are $5, alumni member- ,' d r sponsored tax free industrial staff possible, but there are not
ship is $5, and T-Shirts (be sure to revenue bonds for a second nursing enough professionals in the area to i
state size) are $7. home at the Tuesday, Dec. 2, city adequately staff two facilities.
!: commission meeting.A Whispering Pines employs some 140
; : % : public hearing is set at 4 p.m. today persons, both full and part-time posi-
Rec. Dept... (Thursday, Dec. 4)) at which tions. If the new facility cares for 120
both sides, proponents and op- residents with the proposed 60 posi-
Anyone interested in going to the ponents of the proposed tax free tions, care will not be the quality 1
movies on Wednesday afternoons T7 bond issue are expected. Whispering Pines is committed to
Ii i please contact the Recreation Fred Cline, administrator of providing, Cline told the council.
Department at 964-6792. There will Whispering Pines Nursing Home, Cline pointed out that the
be a special rate just as was offered met with the city council Tuesday developer does not own the certificate -
during the summer. night in an attempt to persuade the of need, issued by the
) Basketball registration continues M council to withdraw its support for Florida Department of Health and
: until Dec. 12 at the Old Armory for '-p the proposed nursing home. George Rehabilitative Services (HRS) ; that {
boys and girls ages 714. Grosse, former state representativeand document is held by a firm in
current investor in Whispering Tallahassee, whose home office is in
Pines, was also present, to lend his Dallas, Tex. The owners could not I
No Job, No Skill... assistance to Fred Cline. possibly have the same interest in I
[ s Cline told the council that Starke the community as owners of
Job Corps-Training slots are does not need 120 additional nursing Whispering Pines, who live in near-
available in health occupations, home beds, since only 35 percent of by communities, he said.
plumbing, welding, business- + -'- fta '4 the present residents in WhisperingPines Cline concluded his remarks by
clerical, auto mechanic and other ; are from Bradford county. saying, "I don't think the city should
-', -1" skills for men and women ages 16 The nursing home maintains a aid in the building the facility." He
through 21.Obtain ____ > marketing list of possible residents, was making reference to the
.' a GED, earn spending containing 23 names at this time, but council's agreement to approve tax
money and savings money and there is no waiting list, as such. free industrial revenue bonds in its
make a good life for yourself. There are two vacant beds!, at this Nov. 19 meeting.
Room and board, clothing time, but they will be filled very
allowance, transportation, medical quickly. Attorney's Opinion...
and dental care will be provided.For Cline told the council that At the last regular meeting Nov.
more information, visit the Whispering Pines;: has received a 19, the council had requested city at-
Job Service Office at 1430 South "Superior" rating for 3 consecutive
First Street, Lake City, or phone years, and guards the rating (See Nursing Home..p.2A)
Irene Pearce at 7523121. .
Live From Starke... r

Call-In Program... BUS junior Stephanie King ;T7 CItiytYk Christmas Parade

A morning call-in service to "mans" the controls of WPXE's /
assist senior citizens who are aloneis broadcasting booth in Starke
offered by the Starke Police Wednesday, participating in a
Department, according to Chief "Shadow Day," a school project Entries Needed by ]Fri.
'. i Jimmy Bowen. that brings the student into the
a 'I.' To become involved in the program work place to get hands on experience t Twenty-five entries are in hand for the Christmas Parade set for 10
,;.11 a citizen is asked to registerfl':7 in her or his career In- a.m. Dec. 13 but some 30 to 35 entries are expected, says Chamber
: with the Police Department, then terests. Director Jack Eckdahl. .
,) call in before 10 a.m. each day. Stephanie experienced and en- Deadline enter is 5 p.m. tomorrow-JFriday, Dec. 5) for any entry,
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept.;-will' joyed the many different facetsof r not just floats. '
.. 4 check on those citizens who have radio that go into a broadcast
Starting point will be at the intersection of Thompson and Walnut .j
not called in. If there is no answer, WPXE.. Her' main interest is streets, adjacent to Veteran's Memorial Park, where the artillery
'1 1 a police officer will visit the in television production, she piece is located.

f-. residence. said and she plans to further M The parade will move north on Walnut St., to Madison St; West on I
,;,' I Chief Bowen reminds the public her interests in college after V Vp Madison St., to Court St; North on Court St., to Call S ; East on Call St. '
that the service is available. high school. p to Thompson St; North on Thompson St. to Jefferson St; West on Jef-
Amy Tison, another junior at ferson St. to Clark St., which is the ending point. The parade route is "
adorns beautiful
BUS a approximately .7 miles in length. I
T>- Square Dancing... Christmas tree at the Bradford i The 1986 parade theme is "Christmas in the Country," chosen in
Florist off found the ; I
301. Amy
competition among Bradford County elementary student classrooms. ,
Tuesday, 8 p.m., Kingsley work and found
interesting that
The winning theme was submitted by Mrs. Iva Jean Harrell's fourth '
.r Lake Civic Center. Plus level. the make it ,
; surroundings a pleasant -
grade Southside Elementary classroom, which won the $25 award.
Mainstream dance, first Satur- A
to work. While she
.;, The Parade Committee of the Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com-
day of each month same 7p.m.
place, there
workshop, 8 p.m. mainstream was Amy arranged a and merce, the sponsoring organization, is Steve Denmark, Dwayne Har-
".. dance. lovely bouquet of lavender r dy, Jimmy Bowen, Linda Patrick, Jimmy Epps, Steve Futch and the
]If interested in square dance pink flowers and saw some of Shrine Club. The committee will contact Santa Claus, and arrange for
si'.. lessons, please call 964-7955 for the "soft and hard work" that him to take part in the parade. Since there is only one Santa, it would
more information. goes into floral designing. only confuse children to have anyone else dressed in Santa suits, tak-
Some 45 local business firms ing part in the parade.
and over 85 Bradford High Applications to enter floats, bands or other groups in the parade
Surplus Sale... students took part In a Career may be obtained from the Chamber of Commerce office, phone
} School Board surplus property Shadowing Program this week, MV e 9645278. Awards of $50, $35 and $15 will be made to the top three win-
goes on sale every Wednesday from a joint venture sponsored by the ners. Entrants must be at the starting point at 9 a.m., and in position at
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off Starke-Bradford Chamber of 9:30: a.m. for the 10 a.m. starting time.
Orange Street behind Bradford Commerce and BUS. r .v, r Sufficient adults must accompany each float or group to supervise '
Middle School.Upcoming. For more on Career Shadowing the activity. Participants are advised to remove a float immediatelyfrom I
see Page 1JB of this edition the parade, in case of a breakdown. r
lor a report by Telegraph staff :
... writer Mark Frledlin and a personal Christmas Program...
The Board of Governors of the experience story by BUS The Bradford-Union Community Band plans a concert immediately "
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- student Marhall (Gary) Pardee t following the Christmas parade in the parking lot of the Starke Centerof
merce is set to meet at 12:30: p.m. who spent Tuesday at The SFCC.
Thursday, Dec. 4, in the board Telegraph. The SFCC Shoe-String Players will also do a 5-10 minute Christmas
room at the Starke Center of SFCC. play.
No luncheon.A .
public hearing on the need for
;; a second nursing home in Starke is
set at 4 p.m. today (Thursday, Dec.
4) in the Starke city hall.A Warning !
Bradford High Band Boosters .
meeting is set at 7:30: p.m. tonight

Band(Thursday Room., Dec.All parents 4)) in the invited.BHS Merchants Being Victimized by :Forger Who Continues to Elude LawmenAndrea 4'.i

-New officers for Bradford Lodge
No. 35 F&AM will be elected at the R. Jenkins, recently will require between $2,000 and Matthews in a spencerian type were forged has been "flagged" by
regular meeting Dec. 8. All released under $1,000 surety bond $3,000 to repair. writing, and the names of payor and Florida National in Jacksonville and
a members are urged to attend. for failure to appear in court on The forgery was discovered by a payee appear to be written by the the forged checks are automatically
:P:, The Christmas Party of grand larceny and burglary teller at the Florida National Bank same person. Most of them are rejected and returned to the
o, American Legion Post 56 is set charges, is now a fugitive after forg- who recognized that the signature of made out to Andrea R. Jenkins for business that cashed them, stamped
Dec. 9 for members and spouses. A ing and cashing or attempting to the check presented for payment by unspecified "work", although "forged". It is then up to the in-
covered dish dinner is planned.The cash 12 or more checks in Starke, Jenkins was not that of Eugene L. several are made out in the name of dividual businesses to press .
regular monthly meeting of Lawtey and Kingsley Lake. Matthews, owner of the stolen check a cousin and one in the name of charges.In .
the Brooker city commission is set Totaling $1,275, the checks are book. When questioned, Jenkins Cathy Davy.
at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9. believed to have been stolen during broke and ran from the bank. Three of'the checks, two cashed by addition to the latest checks '
i; The regular monthly meeting of the November 6 and 7 burglaries at Strickland's Store at Kingsley Lake, from Strickland's and Lawtey Shell,
To date the fleet-footed Jenkins
the Hampton city commission is set the Bradford County Telegraph. who sometimes, for a total of $410.57 and one by two were previously cashed by City .'
at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9. Kenwin's clothing store, near The wears a disguise Lawtey Shell for $80, were passed Fish Market, two by Waters Groceryat
her Reno contacts has
The Bradford Extension Telegraph, was also burglarized during Lawtey and one each by Vito'sPizza a
after the first batch of affidavits
to elude both the and
'. ,,, ,, Homemaker's Club is set to meetat with entry through the roof, on Police managed force and sheriff's City were filed with the police depart- Hurst's Exxon Station. 1J
1030; a.m. Thursday, Dec. 11, in November 8 and 19, with a loss of approximately who are working the case. deputies, ment on November 21. Several were cashed at Florida Na-
the Agriculture Building on US-301 $2,000 in women's and ((See Bad Checks..P.2A)
north at the fairgrounds. A covered girls Jeans, and roof damage that The checks are signed Eugene L. The account on which the checks Andrea Jenkins .
t dish and gift exchange is planned.
Anyone interested is welcome to at-

set tend.The to meet Bradford at 7 p.m.School Monday Board, Dec.is Dec. 16 Meeting Set Here on Crop Aid Disaster ProgramInformation I

15, inthe Administration Buildingon
N. Temple Ave. across from the on new farm aid and the 15% at $2 per bushel times the corn is less than the target price of To be eligible a farmer must havea
high schoo planting limitation programs will be Corn Program... yield and acreage. $3.03 per bushel, then the payment loss of production because of
The Starke Commission is set to given at a 7 p.m. Dec. 16 meeting set Sign-up for the 1987 corn price sup- Plus, a farmer may plant the remaining will be increased up to $3.03 per drought excessive heat, floods, hail,
meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, in the Bradford County Agriculture port program is going on right now, 65% of his base and receivea bushel for a maximum increase of or excessive moisture. The above
in city hall. A public hearing on a Building on US-301 north of Starke at according to Warren Carver, county deficiency payment on what he $1.21 per bushel.To counties designated as disaster
; grant application to extend city ser- the fairgrounds. executive director for the federal plants. A deficiency payment is a get a feed grain base, a farmer areas are eligible.To .
vices, sewer and water, to the area 30 Florida counties are qualified to Agriculture Stablization and Conser- target price set before the crop is must report what has been plantedfor be eligible for a disaster pay
' back of the county courthouse is set participate in a band new disaster vation Service.To planted. The already set projected the last five years. If he planted ment a farmer must have suffered a
for4 aid program, including Alachua, be eligible to participate in the deficiency payment is $1.21 per 100 acres each of the last five years 50% loss in whatever crop he has
.Ameting for north-Florida Baker, Bradford, Clay, Duval, and corn program, a farmer must have a bushel times the yield and times the his feed grain base would be 100 grown. The program includes all
farmers to learn about new federal Union counties, the representativesof feed grain base, which is proof of his acreage planted up to 65% of the acres. commercial crops, including hay,
4' price support and disaster programs each are expected to meet here acreage planted over the past five base.If Carver says. The farmer must provide
w, is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 16.Topics. years, established prior to 1987. Re- he chooses, a farmer may Disaster Program... the ASCS with proof of his loss.-
Dec 16, in the Ag Building on will be crop support prices, quirements are that a farmer leave receive 40% payment of his deficiency Word of a brand new disaster plan
US-301!( north. Representatives from the disaster program, and a sod idle 20% of his base and receive no payment in advance. approved Oct. ,10 by Congress and Planting Rules...
Udker, Bradford, Clay, Union, buster/swamp buster program payment on that 20%. The farmer Deficiency payments are figuredover authorizing up to $400 million nationally A new 1986 Sod BusterSwampSee
Duval, Alachua, and Nassau Coun- limiting putting new highly erodIble may agree to leave an additionall) the five best harvesting monthsof just reached Director
r ties are expected. land into production. 15% of his base idle and be paid for the year. If the market price of Carver last week. ( Farm Meeting..p.2A)

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., h' ,,',;; BC-School Bd. Face Expensive Legal Fees

Trying to avoid an expensive legal In the Columbia County case, also paying a small'fortune in legal fees. present part of.the time, negotiatedIn

battle, both the county commissionand before Judge Howell Melton, Lip- But after getting the NAACP Jacksonville.The commission and school
.., school board caved-in on the man requested $43,786 and was' lawyer's bill, commissioners are county several
board met together in Starke
NAACP voting rights suit and awarded right at $40,000, it was wondering ed. just how much they sav times to agree on the single member
established member voting
single noted. districts, which the school board
districts. But NAACP attorney Bradford County has yet to pay at- Essentially, the school board with '
then negotiated Lipman.
David Lipman is still asking nearly torney Lipman's $29,000-plus fee re negotiated with attorney Lipman on
$60,000 in legal fees from the two quest. The county's settlement oughtto establishing single member voting 'The bulk of the Lipman's original
boards. be $2,000, Commission Chairman districts. School Board Attorney $29,851 request of the school board
The school board was originally E.L. (Nook) Norman grumped.It Terry Brown drew the proposed consisted of hours spent collecting
billed for 29851.69, but Atty. LIp- districts. Brown's proposals were information the plaintiff's filed with .
man reduced his request to approximately looks as if the county will haveto sent back and forth between he and the court. County attorney Flynn
$22,000 before the board's Insurance request an evidentiary hearing Lipman. At the second and final says he feels it Improper for the
company attorney Robert before Judge Susan Black, who is school board hearing before Judge school board and county to pay for
Cooper could go to court to assigned the county's case, even Melton, the judge instructed the two the same work.
negotiate. Atty. Cooper, represen though that will increase the parties to get together and agree on
ting the school board, didn't contestthe county's legal expense, says commission a compromise on the redistrictingplan. "The judicial system Is going to
reduced fee because going backto attorney Reggie Flynn. So, Lipman and school board break this county before it's over,"
court would have added to the Commissioners settled the members, with attorney Brown pre- said Commissioner Lawrence
e..nnn NAACP law suit out of court to avoid sent, and plaintiff Elizabeth Walker Mosley.

County Has Deaf Ear to Sampson Rd. WoesFace I

the music, the county has 350 Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. Soon the commission must deciue per year from the local 4-cents per

...Iiii Jlilli91Iillnr,,,,,,,,",,"" miles of dirt roads that can't all said Sampson Trestle Road is be- whether county crews will put down gallon gasoline tax.
.: -- possibly be paved now, and complaints ing kept in much better condition the limerock or hire the work out,as The current paving priority list is:
New Commissioner Takes Oath... of residents about dirt roads than it used to be. Residents are get is done with the asphalt. It has been 1) Eunice Loop Road (105th NW
must be dealt with. ting in and out, he pointed out. point of contention with the board Street), 2.7 miles, and currently be-
Joe Riddick, first commissioner elected under the new single
county Limerock would make the whether doing the work itself saves ing prepared for paving.
the fellow county -
member voting districts Is sworn-in Monday Dec. 1,by County Clerk Gib That commissioners was message gave CommissIOner Samspson Trestle road real dusty in any money, and whether county 2) The extension of paving on Bes-
Brown. limerock have the expertiseto sent (NE 2nd Ave.) from where the
Wilbur Waters who asked that dry times, and developespot crews necessary
Commissioner Riddick represents District 4, the southeast part of the
do a good job. pavent ends to ,
limerock be placed on Sampson holes.
and the Melrose lie
Speedvllle areas
county including Hampton
The ditches of Trestle Right now, Eunice Loop Road is miles.
Trestle Road to improve muddy conditions Sampson
replaces former Commissioner E.W. Hodges, who chose not to run again. has deep rutts, Road (SE 11th Street),
Road the Monday before extremely muddy 3) Forsyth
"It's a sore subject but I've were pulled
the block, chortled District 5 Com-
"I'm the boy on
longer Junior
no but is it' takes care miles south of Starke off SR-100
to bring it I'm getting Thanksgiving, then the rain came passable one 3.5 ,
got up.
missioner Wilbur Waters after Riddick took his seat "Since you broughtthat gradedthe
after ..." Com- and the.water had no place to escape said one resident.The county to Meng Dairy Road.
District CommissionerMaxie pressure pressure.
I'm the senior the board said 3
up. man on and 82nd Ave.
it Drive SE
improved View
road Lake
without washouts and mud- Monday 4) ,
Waters told the board. causing
Carter Jr., who Is In the middle of his third term. District 1 Com-
In the east side of
"Wilbur to deal with dy conditions, commissioner noted. some. The rain isn't helping now. to SE 87th Street, on
Is In the middle of his second term.
missioner Lawrence Mosley 4-year
these said Commissioner Commissioner Carter said it was dry times, the resident says, traffic Santa Fe Lake in subdivision.The .
District 2 Commissioner E.L. (Nook) Norman, the current board chairman
Maxie Carter Jr.,who is in charge of decided not to remix the soil pulled goes too fast on the road and some paving priority can be changed -
second term.
completing the Road Department. Carter promised from the ditches because that would cars have trouble making the curve. at the discretion of the county

to consult with Road Foreman cause the loss of the limerock At Commissioner Carter's sugges- commission.In .
J.B. Crawford and see what can be already down on the road. tion, each board member is to come considering paving a road, the
done with Sampson Trestle Road. Eunice Loop Road (NW 105th up with roads in his district con- commission must consider how
Nursing Home. Waters said Forsyth Road (SE Street) was said to be the most cost- sidered priorities for paving. Then many people will be served, as wellas
11th Street) is in better shape than it ly to maintain, but the county Is the board will thrash out which roadit the condition of the road. In other
used to be but Forsyth Road and preparing that road to be paved. will pave in 1987. words, roads in sparsely populatedareas
(from page 1A Samspon Trestle Road are costingthe Road Foreman J.B. Crawford says The county is currently workingon are less likely) to be paved than
torney Terence Brown to look into that will require a study of financial county more for maintenancethan grading work is nearing completionon a schedule of paving one road per roads in places where more people
the obligation of the city, in event of statements. The statements submit- anv in the county. the 2.7 mile Eunice Loop Road. year with the approximate $220,000 live.
"the worst possible scenario." ted by the developer are unaudited
Mayor Vernon Silcox asked if the and, therefore, not acceptable, saidBrown
attorney was ready to make his Letters of credit need to be School Zone Shifted to New Traffic
report, and Brown replied in the af examined closely, since many
firmative. Brown said the city would banks, particularly in the mid-west, I
have no financial responsibility are in trouble, and may render the
even if the nursing home owners and letters valueless. Finally, the city for Elementary Students
operators went into bankruptcy. would need to look at the industry, to Light Lawtey

However, he has some concerns determine if there is a need for the

about adverse consequences if the additional beds in the community. Jordan advis- Jordan said the pedestrianlight Councilman Willie Strong Lawtey as being obsolete. Crouse
When asked about insurance for Chief of Police M.M. already.
nursing home owners failed in their seconds he had not heard from the reported that he had since replaceda
bonds, Brown said it is his ed the Lawtey Council Monday is currently set at 8 reported
endeavor. is not time for "water man" In she Hoof two weeks substantial amount of the equip-
the school which enough
Dec. 1, that zone
understanding that bonds for nurs night
Brown is concerned on the effectof ing homes are not insurable, crossing US-301 near the school will children and elderly residents to although there is work to be done ment with funds appropriated by the
future bond issue ratings of the ci approximately
because carriers are unwilling to be discontinued, due to the Installa- cross. The council directed Jordanto Barry Lee Watts attended the county, spending

ty.The city could be a defendant in a assume risks of the industry. tion of the traffic light at the lake contact the Florida State Department meeting, and submitted an applica- $2,400.
suit, if there were fraudlent Discussion of assisting in the fun- street intersection, one block southof of Transportation and requestthe tion for the water job, and a requestfor
representation by the developer ding of the proposed nursing home the srhnn time interval be lengthened. the city to pay his tuition of $75, Second Police Car...

Brown said.If through industrial revenue bonds The school crossing guard is to be which the city paid l,7bu. Jordan to a correspondence school, in order Jordan reported the police car
IRS determined the arbitrage continued for an hour, before Mayor stationed at the new traffic light on reported that both cars will be in use that he might persue his license as purchased from the Florida
certificates are false, the city couldbe Silcox said no decision will be madeat Lake Avenue, to assist schoolchildren during'a'2 hour overlap on Friday an operator. The council agreed to HighwayPatrol has been painted
"black-balled." this time, but will be postponeduntil in getting across the busy. and Saturday nights. his proposal.. providing that Watts and the radio Installed. The unit will
The city must certify that it is a the public meeting set at 4 p.m. highway. Jordan said almost all of would promise to work for the city as' be placed in 'service Immediately
financially viable project, and to do today (Thursday, Dec. 4)). the children are crossing at the light, 'Bud Wins Again... least one year. Watts agreed to the although it is an unmarked vehicle.
sanitation stipulation. The car is a 1982 Chevrolet. for
J.W."Bud" Barber,
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1n[ increase, as compensation: for addI- The old post office building,east of request, which was passed! by the
r 11 Renewmgvour CD tional work in picking up garbage city hall is being razed by Don council.

mtjj from the 29 apartments recently Crawford, and the site will become a
ID completed by Grosse and Griffis parking lot for Waters Grocery. Christmas Bonus...

hear E.E Hutton talk \ Construction Co. Barber conceededhe Crawford has contracted with the city In a final action, Harris raised the
\ Come 111j1I had received a 5 percent raise to haul away the debris, and will Issue of paying a Christmas bonus to
beginning Oct. I. but that raise was pay $15 per hour for use of each all city employees. Bennett's motionto
awarded to all city employees. piece of equipment, a truck and a pay each employee $25, "acrossthe
[I about serious Councilwoman Laura Harris ask- tractor. The city has not billed board" passed.Cemetery .

moneyinvestments. ed city clerk AI Anderson what Crawford for use of the equipment at Request...
Barber is currently being paid, and this time.
M week for two C.C. Anderson, a retired long-time
told $74.13 ,
M was per
; work. Harris asked Barber if Fire Department... educator, came before the council to
request the use of city owned backhoe
a -
being raised to $100 per week, for Fire Chief Bill Crouse reportedthat
work would be satisfactory he and Watts had attended to removes stumps from a community
two days Barry
:i1i11! 'Vvfc're holding a special !1 j and Barber agreed that then he a fire college course in Ocala, and limits. Councilman cemetery, outside Buster the Bennett city
would be satisfied. The council had received a 16 hour certificate for stated it
was against city policy to
: seminar that we think every t voted to raise Barber's salary to the their accomplishment. The fire college send city owned equipment outside
: ....
........ investor should hear :.::.::::: agreed upon figure. examined and turned down virtually city limits, although he favored
:::::::: ::::::: all of the equipment owned by making an exception, in this case.
:::: Problems...
:::: Water
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.:::.' : To: The General Public Meeting... (from page IA)
office will discuss :::
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Buster effective in June
facts and principles of 1 j Bradford ECIA. Chapter 1 Project program
:m : COUNTY UUBRAPH Application for 1986-87 and the Brad any farmer from producing -

:::. investments aimed at gen- :::: Published every Thursdayat ford State Compensatory Education farmed a crop on highly erodible land not
in the 198185.
Plan for 1986-87 (and all years
r Call Street Program
erating income and preserving 135 W. pertinent project documents related Growing crops on newly cleared
Starke Florida 32091 thereto) are available without highly erodible land not used in

existing capital. Second Class postage paid at charge at the following address: 1981-85 makes a farmer ineligible for
ID any federal aid. The program includes -
M Starke, FloridaSubscription The School Board of Bradford Coun- pasture land converted to

::::::: When: Monday Dec. 8th ::::::: Rates: tyOffice crops.
::::j of Coordinator of Instruc- More information on these and
: 7:15 PMWheretBradford's In-trade $12.00 per year
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tional )
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.. ''. by John SturgesBCT cover that cost. He further suggested In Other Action... I
that the council should have a The department ported !
SUrfWrlter police
.. conference to discuss raising
money one traffic accident, 32 traffic arrests -
-l "F tiff c'l Concern over water problems and for the water system and that the and six warnings
1 + 111 council should leave the bids the
:.: the cost of hooking up to the city on
f water system were voiced by table for now.Chairman In the street department, the sub
., ', n/Kr, i t 1.i ,bnr several residents of Hampton Villa ject of closing someold unused
at the last Hampton council meeting Curtis asked for a motion roads between 221 and 18 was
: '. Nov. 11.Residents. to see if the city can take out a brought up and a motion was made
) i --- loan for the money CouncilmanJohn by councilwomawwilma McDaniels
in the villa have been Allen made the motion and to close them, seconded by Vernon

waiting on the funding of a water councilman seconded. Walden Wadsworth Forsyth.
'. system to bring quality water from
Residents of also asked
J the water tower to the project. Hampton
city Mayor Padgett suggested that the
the council to see about cleaning up
vti council set a limit of $15,000 for the
some of the trash around the city
Previous costs of a $75 connectionfee
funding which would three of
and about off of the (
hauling some
t and for city water
$25 deposit
the submitted bids for the project. t
were recently increased with the bigger items on the roadsides of the
recognition of a 1979 city ordinancethat ""City. All council members and
e r requires a $150 connection fee Forsyth Appointed... residents present agreed that the city
ne**''" *"*Q..tlflt'.fnnThe $ ; ,
H1 for a new hook-up in addition to the Another important issue at the

: ; $25 deposit. meeting was the filling of an empty city was also approached by
council seat. Vernon Forsyth was Mrs. George Werre about the city I
Villa residents are worried about nominated by John Allen after being involved in the Starke
the quality of water available to Mayor Padgett pointed out the emp- Christmas parade December 13. I'
-/ x them and especially the elderly ty seat and called for nominationsfrom Money for a float was allocated by
residents in the Villa area as well as the council. Chairman Ted the council to participate in the
I's the price Increase of the hook-up due Curtis asked for more nominations Starke parade and also for the
to the enforcement of the ordinance.If before Wilma McDaniels secondedthe Hampton parade. Money was also
nomination of Forsyth. Forsythwas allocated to cover expenses for the
the meter is already in place at then approved by the council annual Hampton Christmas party.
the residence, the $25 deposit is all
'hC t tw and was sworn in by Mayor Padgett.
that is required for hook-up. Chairman Curtis called for a sum
of $250 to cover the float costs and
Elwwod: Tax Rate Set... costs. Vernon who
F Hampton Mayor Padgett party Forsyth,
;: explained to the residents that the The city also voted to increase the was informally assigned as head of
project is ready to go and that all the millage rate in Hampton from 1.617 the Recreation Department, made
legal work has been done, it is just to 1.67 for the fiscal year 1986-1987. the first motion and was seconded by
waiting for funding. Councilwoman McDaniels.A .
Straight A Students... Fire News...
Dept. motion was also passed to fix
These Hampton Elementary students made straightA's chain Susan Parmenter John McMillian, Paul Council Chairman Ted Curtis cut In news around the city's fire up the office of the city clerk and the
on their report cards for the first six-week grading Phillips and Amber Bickers.On through the discussion to call for a department the fire station council paid the bills for the month.
period.On the third row: Keir Ford, Jennifer Glenn, Stacey reading of bids and a motion to try to overhead door is in need of repair Mayor Padgett expressed concern -
the front row from left to right: Clay Archie Floyd, Tori Hersey and Charlotte Smith. get funding for the project but before and a motion was made by the council over the expense of insurancebills
Shannon Aquinaldo, Alicia Crosley, Vicki Hutto, Handy Absent for the picture were Angela Meng and Robert a motion was made Mayor Padgett to hire work out to fix it. The new the city is paying and plans to
Brooks, Peter Aquinaldo and Hannah Ford. Broome. called on City Attorney James R. fire truck is on its way to Hampton confer with City Attorney Flynn
On the second row: Jason-McCullough. Alex-Kir- Flynn for a recommendation on after being refurbished at LCI, giv- about any needed changes in the
what the city should do to finance the ing Hampton residents some added policies and then discuss it with the
project. security. rest of the council.

AY.a.C .
Flynn suggested that the council
) Fi should come up with a general cost
to finance the project and then Jim Walter Homes
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1986 football banquet is set at 7 quarterback Kerwin Bell and UF Head Coach David Hurse says. park nearest you call this toll-free number today...
p.m. next Thursday, Dec. 11, in the defensive back Jarvis Williams, 1
National Guard armory on Edwards fresh off a 17-13 victory over Florida' Reservations can be made by "'1> JlmhrHOMES
,State. phoning Coach Hurse 964-6470. or
Road. Letters about the banquet are being Mrs. Betty Shuford at the high I COMMON 1-800-4-WALTER (1-800-492-5837)( )
scheduled are UF sent home to parents of athletes. school 964-6092 during school hours.
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Tonight (Thursday Dec. 4) the the JV at 4 p.m., the varsity at 5:30 I .
BHS girls host Middleburg High. t 41 3-PC. CONTEMPORARY
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Friday Dec. 5, the BHS varsity the Tuesday, Dec. 8, Florida Jr. Col- 69" Lave Scot ((18LS), $379.95 { t\it 11-.. Love Scot
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Social Security recipients to Get 4

I 1.3 % Increase in Benefit PaymentsHRS I

Secretary Otis H. Bowen, Reagan signed legislation Oct. 21 to "I
M.D. recently announced that ensure that all Social Security and :: /
Social Security and Supplementary SSI beneficiaries receive a benefit
Security Income beneficiaries will increase this year. The legislation ,
recieve 1.3 percent increase in eliminates the need for a 3.0 percentrise k y F 7!
benefits, beginning with the benefit in JCPr-W( to trigger an
checks due Jan. 2, 1987. automatic benefit increase.In _
For Social Security beneficiaries, ,addition, a number of other J-PIECE
the average monthly benefit amount changes will also become effectiveJan.
for all retired workers will rise from 1, as'a result of automatic ad- $1 0795l Cmw-gdln !OO$ SeottftgariltdAm
$482 to $488. The maximum federalSSI justment provisions of the law that l ... Oe Orion Fur
c. ,
monrhly payment to an ins are tied to the increae in average 43 %
dividual will rise from $336 to $34 For a couple, the maximum federal f The maximum amount of annual SaTAeI.ISHID'104
SSI payment will rise from $504 to earning subject to the Social Security -
$510.Social. tax will increase from $42,000 to
Security and SSI checks In- $43,800.v> ..T..I..O..J HOME FURNISHING CENTERS
crease each year based on the rise in The maximum amount of earn- BCldc.ock PIMMITUM .A wu"Me..-rtooo COVIHIMO MOM. ..T..Y..I........
the consumer price index for urban ings that a beneficiary under age 65 Famous Double OVER 200 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST
wage earners and clericalworkersCPIW may have without losing any Social GUARANTEEOCompl.t.Costom.r 2- ,
( ) from the third quarter of Security benefits will increase from cr -.M 128 S. Walnut Street
one year through the corresponding $5,760 this year to $6,000 In 1987. Satltlecllon or Your .-
period of the next. Prior to this year The corresponding exempt Money Back.Backed by Who (Corner of Hwy. 100 & Walnut)
the index had to rise by at least 3.0 amount for beneficiaries aged 65 your local dealer' and People Starke 964-5289
percent to generate an automatic In- through 69 will increase from $7,800 bya.kCapo-. Care! ,- .....
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ration.Stratoiounner Open Mon.- t. : -
crease. to $8160 in 1987.
With Inflation under control and *Tne"a'tfto9nt' \ ,of earnings requiredto
the possibhlity of no automatic in- be 'credited with a quarter of tStratoiounger mfACH
cn-.e this year. President Ronald coverage will increase to $460.


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The Sad Saga of Oliver North

WhYof Coin liJe 9Jf foreign '
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wweitowin teemetUTpTdALS' They Made Him Walk the PlankThis

\ ,need 1gg7a uraarago{ !! "

( column Is usually devoted to local delicate task with gusto, imagination, and
historical events of the past. ThIs week, overkill, in the opinion of many of his colleagues -
however, an exception/ a current Incident that Is making history In
the present, and will affect the court of vice.North
seemed to be running a one-man
history and the conduct foreign policy bet-
ween the U.S. and its allies, as well as Its show, throwing his weight around the Pen-
enemies,for years to come.) tagon to get what he wanted in the way of
arms and other services,.capitalizing on
.e. the power that rubbed off on him from sit
6w Who is Oliver North? ting close to the President. The Pentagon
called him "The world's highest-
t Up to two weeks ago,his name was hard- \4t i4T.L people colonel."
ranking lieutenant
ly a household word.In .

fact, it was little known beyond the in- Earlier eventual this year return, when to the the subject Marine ofNorth.s
of the White House. He is an
ner circle .
NSC staff
discussed at an
Corps was
obscure Marine lieutenant colonel, known !
,. meeting, Poindexter repeated what by
inside the "Belt Loop" as "SwashbucklerinChief" -
then had become'obvious to
in the White everyone-
with headquarters
"The Marine Corps doesn't want Ollie
House basement. "
.. fi mystery who President back.
This man One critic said, "Ollie thinks in terms ofhis
? In the Flwlde Tlmn Unbn Reagan, in spite of recent revelations, still Immediate objective. It's not his natureto
calls "a national hero", is surrounded by of
think about the broader implications
such secrecy that the National Security what he's doing." But in the case of Cen-
Council refused even to divulge his age tral America and Iran, Administrationsources
(about 43) and other pertinent (facts. Oliver North say, Ollie North was deliberatelyleft

He was a favorite of President Reagan, on his own because his superiors
who now says he didn't know all that resign and return to his comfortable job as wanted to keep their hands-and those of
"Ollie" was up to in the White House Vice Admiral in the Navy. the President clean"an old ploy in

basement-'which, as it turned out, was According to senior administration officials political circles.
masterminding and implementing the tortuous when Congress ordered a halt to There is no doubt 'about Ollie North's
I transfer qf millions of dollars paid by U.S. support for the Contras in Nicaraugal daring and over-zealous bravery. In com-
Iran for American arms, into a Swiss bank the then National Security bat he received the Silver Star and two
account,and thence on to the Contra forcesin Purple Hearts, but returned to duty,
Central America. The fact that Con- though seriously wounded. He's been
President Reagan gress had passed laws forbidding such sup- known to carry activism too far, however.
port of the Contras didn't matter to Ollie, Who Dunnit One fellow Marine recalls an incident dur-
and those higher up in the White House ing North's tenure as an instructor at the
Finally Facing RealitiesIn who must have approved his operation,at Quantico Marine Base. In his enthusiasmOllie
least with "a wink and a nod' if not actually jumped onto a classroom desk and
a "Go ahead." accidentally opened fire on the students

his television appearance Tuesday, had in Congress Senator After all, just how much can you do in ? ? with an automatic rifle. Fortunately, it
Lugar said
President seemed to the White House basement without higher- was loaded with blanks.
Reagan finally "but it is a new ballgame
now, and I knowing what is going on?
realize the magnitude of the disarray think the President has One former White House colleague, jok-
within his administration, and the to recognize Despite his clandestine operations, ingly refers to North's flamboyant style as
that. which have made American foreign policya "the Reagan administration's answer to
shambles that has been made of U.S. shambles perhaps unmatched in U.S. G. Gordon Liddv.'

foreign policy due to the ineptness of the The WSJ continues: "Congress cut off history, Ollie North deserves a bit of sym- But when the chips were down (not all of
people with whom the President has aid to the Contras in 1984 after it learned pathy. Overnight he was demoted from be- them have fallen yet, the President and
McFarlane directed North to the
surrounded himself. He agreed with the about a CIA effort to sow mines in ing the White House"fair-haired boy" to a Contras armed, financed, and operational keep other top officials that Ollie North served
Nicaraguan harbors but after much persona non grataturned away at the zealously (if not well) abruptly desertedhim
need and said he "welcomed" the appointment in spite of Congressional laws. And, like a
White House gates when he sought to in an effort to protect themselves. His
of a special, independent pro- presidential persuasion and arm- return to his old baliwick after the axe fell. good (but misguided) soldier, that is what once proud military career is finished. He
secutor to help unravel and get at the twisting, Congress finally approved$100 The President did call him later on the he set out to do, by fair means or foul. faces vigorous and continuing investigations -

roots of the arms sales to Iran, and to fix million in aid for the Contras. But an phone and thank him for his past efforts.In and perhaps even criminal charges.But .
With overdose of James Bond in his
irate Congress might now reduce that an
responsibility for sending laundered the Rambo World of Ollie North, he
blood, North began making secret trips to Ollie North is defending himself and
money to Contra forces in Central amount or reject new funding becausethe was serving his President well and deliver- Europe and the Middle East, sometimes his superiors to the bitter end. In a 12-hour
America. administration allowed the transferof ing what he thought was wanted. His wearing wigs and other disguises, and car- inquiry before a Congressional committee
funds from terrorist-sponsoring Iran dedication to his NSC job was boundless.He rying false passports, while explaining Tuesday, he is reported to have"taken the
Just the day before, the President had to the Nicaraguan rebels." routinely worked from 7 a.m. till 10 or that his mission was "to bring Americans Fifth" 40 times. The Fifth Amendment to
bitterly denounced the "irresponsible 11 at night; once worked 40 consecutive home from faraway places." the U.S. Constitution provides that no person -
press' as being the root of all evil and To which we should add, Congress weekends, and took his first vacation in shall be required to testify against
the cause of failure for the abortive at- might well ask why the Contras need five years last August. For all of his trou- When President Reagan personally approved himself or herself in a criminal investigation
ble and devotion to the he the secret to
President was attempt "improverelations" because
$100 million more of taxpayer dollars if testimony might later be
to for
tempt exchange hostages arms. with Iran 18 months senior
they are actually receiving untold booted out, once the illegal arms transferwas ago used against them. Apparently, Ollie
disclosed. His NSC chief officials say Mr. McFarlane turned to North had information he
superior, considered in-
We thank Heaven tor the
millions from Iranian
say, press- illegally John Poindexter, who presumably approved North to begin a dialogue with the Ira- criminating to himself or"someone higher
the FREE press we still have, in spite of payments for arms, in money laundered North's assignment, was allowed to nians. He enthusiastically undertook this up".
efforts of the White House to keep it through secret Swiss bank accounts.

under control. But for the fear of exposure With Contra pockets lined with Iranian I

in the press, no telling what hor- dollars, Reagan will find it even harderto

rors would go uncovered in Washington, get Congress's blessing on his pet war
not only in the White House, but in other in the future. County Agent's Notebook By Bobby To/ior

branches of government also.

To try to make the Iranian debaclethe

fault of the press, or blame it on par- Blind Loyalty Ends Ironically, a plant with a Holiday Role of Mistletoemistletoe Gods and humans were on good terms
tisan politics of the Democrats servesno "Jeckyll-IIyde" character finds favor dur- again, mistletoe became a symbol of har-
purpose but to add to the already Where Truth BeginsAttorney ing the holidays. MISTLETOE, which might be used in treating mony. Mistletoe hanging In the doorway
symbolizes yuletide friendship, is a Hypertension. But, the most familiar practice indicated a peaceful house. The traditionof
cover-up atmosphere of the administration destructive pest of hardwood trees. This associated with this unusual plant -" kissing under the mistletoe signified
and add fuel to growing doubts General Edwin Meese reluctantly plant is very close to a true parasite,living kissing under the mistletoe-dates back to friendship.Regardless.
about White House leadership and in- yielded to pressure Tuesday and agreed to ask the primarily off a host tree's bark and sap. Norse Mythology. of its romantic symbolism,
tegrity.To Justice Department to appoint a special,indepen- So, how did the Holiday tradition of using mistletoe is a parasitic plant, which com-
dent prosecutor (investigator) for the Iranian mistletoe J get started? monly infests hardwood trees,such as Oak
prove the exposure is by no means arms gambit and the illegal shipment of Mistletoe is almost and Pecan. Mistletoe does manufacture a
partisan we quote the following laundered money to the Contras. holiday season as as holly much wreaths a part of and the small amount of food for itself. But,for the

paragraphs from Monday's edition of Christmas trees. But, interest in mistletoe most part, it feeds off other plants by
the Wall Street Journal, a national Meese undoubtedly saw the handwriting on the began long before the birth of Christianity. rooting into the bark and living wood.
wall and tried to put the best face possible on his Mistletoe can cut off the flow of from
newspaper whose editorial page is sudden decision to take an action that he was Because of its unusual growth habit, the trunk to infested branches. When sap this
usually a strong supporter and apologist clearly opposed to several days ago. The explanation mistletoe has been credited with strangeand happens, whole limbs die. In addition to
down the
for Mr. of his action was not convincing, but the move mystic powers through ages. blocking flow
Reagan: sap mistletoe reduces food
Many ancient people, from the Druids to
to seek a special prosecutor was eminently right.
production by shading out the
early American Indians used this plant.In leaves of the
"The Iran incident leaves the ad-
According to Norse mythology, a God host tree. Naturally, a weakened tree also
ministration with other self-inflicted Mr. Meese, whose credentials for the high posi- times past, pregnant women made a named BALDER (BALL-dur) was shot bya becomes susceptible to other problems -
wounds. Mideast diplomacy is in tion he now holds were debated for months before Mistletoe Tea, which they drank before mistletoe arrow. In their anger, the other fungi, diseases and insects. Thus, a
confirmed him had early-on
the Senate finally ,
shambles. The disclosure that Israel childbirth. It has even been suggested that Gods turned mistletoe into a parasite. Its mistletoe attack may result in the eventual
himself to conduct the investigationwhen
disqualified berries symbolize tears. Later, when the death of an entire tree.
acted as the middleman in the Iranian he said a week ago that everyone in the
arms sales confirms the darkest suspi- White House owed unqualified loyalty to the Presi-
cions of moderate Arabs that American dent (presumably, no matter what). Someway to
actions in the start an investigation to get at the truth about Forestry in /ford.County':
region are closely coor- what happened and who knew about it when! OurServicemen
dinated with Israel. Further, the appearance Those who don't comply with full and unqualified David W.Norton
that no one is in charge at the loyalty should get out, Mr. Meese said, in so many Christmas Tree. Time. Again Br By Counntyty Forester

White Houseand the reality that words.As .

Democrats are in charge in Congress- Army and Air Forc....
pointed out by conservative columnist Bill Where I came from-"Yankee Christmas trees will be iresh, and you can
could convince the Soviet Union to write Buckley, one of Mr. Reagan's erstwhile strong Country"-a popular Christmas tradition guarantee this by going to cut it yourself.If The following have completed Air Force
off Mr. Reagan and await his successor. defenders, "Obviously, Mr. Meese's primary each year was going to the woods and cut- you would like more information of basic training at Lackland Air Force Base,
administration loyalty needs to be to the Constitution of the ting our own tree. The day that we wouldgo where you can cut your own tree, please Texas:
"As the tries to
pick United States that he is sworn to defend, and the to cut our tree was a day that I always give me a call at 964H5280 (ext. 219). Airman 1st Class Joe A.Joseph,son of JoeC.
up the pieces, an angry Congress laws of the land that he is sworn to uphold. These looked forward tn The key is keeping-a- iresn tree, and &: Betty W. Joseph of Keystone Hgts.;
(Democrats and leading Republicans, laws make provision for a special prosecutor, keeping it fresh throughout the holidays by Airman Raymond J. Walker, son of Raymond
we might add) is insisting on closer con- should it develop that a potential defendant is making sure it always remains moist. H. Walker of Atlantic Beach and GailC.
trol over the making of foreign policy, himself a member of the administration." So Holding stands with water pans for the Walker of Starke; Airman Michael P.
and almost certainly will rein in this administration's much for Mr. Meese and his demand for blind tree are available in most stores. Most Cox, son of Mr. &: Mrs. Paul E. Cox of
loyalty. people don't realize that a good-sized tree Keystone Hgts., and Air National Guard
foreign policy adven- in a warm living room can drink as muchas Airman Wendy B. Kimble,daughter of NolaB.

turism. Buckley\ points out that even loyalty must havea a gallon of water in a 24-hour period, so Kimble of Lake Butler.
"The administration's problems are limit- not only in its application to a President, r check the water daily. This is the only During the six weeks of training the
maintenance the tree needs it's in airmen studied the Air Force mission
but also to his administration. We are also m
the Republican loss
compounded of and receivedspecial
by organization customs and
reminded that if the President's staff starts hiding place
the Senate in the November elections. behind the Fifth Amendment, as Lt. Col! Oliver After you bring your tree home saw off training in human relations.
During the past six years, GOP Senate North did before a Congressional committee Tues about an inch of the base. This will remove Airmen who complete basic training earn
saved the White day, "they may as well forget about conventional the clotted resins and will allow the tree to credits toward an associate degree through
House from tendencies to dismiss the loyalty: The damage to their president will have absorb water when you put it in the holding the Community College of the Air Force.
been done". stand. Inside, select a spot that will place
domestic allies
advice of own the tree away from heat or air conditioning Marines...
bypass Congress, and rely on PresidentReagan's Buckley concludes by quotin from a book, sources (fireplace, vent, television, etc.).
charisma to carry the day. "The Twilight of the Presidency' whose thesis is Only recently has the idea of cutting Be sure it doesn't. block an exit path from training The following at Marine have completed recruit
that a President suffers most from the 0 Corps Recruit Depot,
presumptive own tree become in Florida. the house.A .
your a reality : Island
"For example Sen. Richard Lugar acquiescence and of those who Parris SC.:
over-flattery Even though most of this is loaded
county tree that is moist will not becomea
the chairman of surround him daily, and keep him shielded from kept Marine Pfc. Gary B. Chewning, son of
outgoing Republican with
pine trees and woods where
you may fire hazard,and it will hot deposit prickly Seletta S. Henry of Waldo.
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee anything they think he should not know. be able to cut a natural tree down, of
many needles on the floor.These are the best tips During the 11-week Marine training cycle,
persuaded the White House towithdraw "But Ronald has the young trees are not acceptable as that a forester can give you for keeping a Chewning was taught the basics of battlefield -
Reagan .never been imperious Christmas trees. bet there are a lot of fresh tree, and enjoy the holidays.. '
sale that survival. He
a Mideast arms was In manner, Buckley "His fault was Introduced to the
says. to
around *
who would with
appears me '*
agree \ .;* typical daily routine that he will
certainly doomed. He also convincedthe have been overindulgence." when I say this. V experience
President belatedly to join Congressand SFCC Expresses \'" during his enlistment and studied the per-'

many in his own administration And Mr. Reagan's good-natured overindulgence If you w>.nt a nicely formed,wellshapedtree Thanks for Editorial. ". ,,..- sonal and professional standards traditionally -
Is what makes it so difficult for for cnristmas, it takes about three to Dear Mr. Mathews: .*> ""S exhibited by Marines.He .
now him
for the to oust his
calling end of the Marcos dictatorship
"loyal" advisers. But there is no other out. four years of pruning, shearing, and fertilizing Thank you so much for sending me u participated In an active physical con-
in the Philippines. Reagan The president must bite the bullet and way clean to get a tree in this condition. copy of your fine editorial published in the ditioning program and gained proficiency In
called Marcos "my friend." house- or else. Nature likes to grow her timber tall and November 20 issue of The Telegraph. I a variety of military skills including first
straight, not very bushy, and only a few shared the paper with President Robertson aid 'rifle markmanship and close order
"I don't know whether the White branches. But now there are a few places and Mr. Sharron who join me in my drill. Teamwork and self-discipline were
House appreciated what friends they within a day's drive where you can go and thanks. emphasized.throughout. the training cycle.
cut vour own fresh Christmas tree. The Telegraph docs a wonderful servicefor
your community and I am proud to be --....
Ffuuda cannot brag about Christmas one of your readers. Your'support of'' our ---- -
trees as popular as some of the northern "Send A Book To College" program is -- z
I ; n BvsfNl3ss I varieties some folks are accustomed to, tremendous and will serve many future {(
but our native species such as Red cedar, generations.
Virginia pine and Sand pine can stand up Lana G.Stein
The word bU'nM" comes from Anglo-Suon bitigian meaning occupy,to worry. to most of those northern trees on any Director,Grunts and ProJl'CtKSnnttl
to .tlgu. given day. The best thing in that Florida Kc Community ColloKo h.art.F Nothing. 1 I. impossible to a willing

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Social Side : Annual White Show Set '
Club News Till annual I while show ol the

'fJof.icesChurch ,, Gainesville Artisuns' Guild is
the r
of Items lp-i scheduled during the )month ol
y A1W, ,
dl )'IlF tyt l e d ,t. December: according to Kathy

News Wise. .
4': Paintings, !sculpture, pottery, .
WeddingsReceptions weaving, fabric art, woodenware,
1:1. 1 baskets, glass, soft sculpture (toys), i i'
,f 'b.\ Parties jewelry and Christmas ornaments
will be featured.
,, Beautiful works of two new ,
I members will be displayedLucin- i
da Moran, a jeweler, and Dave
Elmgrlm, a glass artist. r
Every month the Guild will
/ Icuture a potter, along with the
regular artist of the month. The pot-
ThII _' ter of the mouth for December is
Win Blazier, a member of the
Micanopy Pottery Gallery He has
: been making pots in this area for 13
years. His show will feature, functional -
pottery in porcelean and
s JeN stoneware with emphasis on dinnerware .
and lamps- kerosene, electric
__ and bead lamps.
The Guild will have a reception in
conjunction with the Art Collector
0 Gallery December 7 from 1-5 p.m. at
8011 W University Ave.

Duplicate Bridge...
Pictured above me: L-It, Cecelia 'lerwillt-gai. Ann Nasworthy, Nancy Roberts Catherine Tucker, Frances
l-elos, Tlielnia Jennings, I.eola Cristy! Elizabeth McLendon & "Bill" Sinclair. Duplicate bridge winners Tuesday
evening at the Starke Woman's Club
were: 1st Cecilia Terwillegar &
Bridge Club Enjoys Christmas PartyMrs. Charlie Riddle of Lake City; 2nd -
Margie Thompson & Lillian Stump;
I.ef' I. 3rd Mr. & Mrs. Jack Burnett of
T. H, Slade (Flo) entertained Bradford Family Restaurant was Joella Hardy, Louise Sanderson, Lake City.AmerIcan.
friends Tuesday, Dec. 2, with a love beautifully decorated for the festive Lucille Green, Hazel Moran, Arline
ly Christmas luncheon and bridge occasion. Brown, Ernestine Denmark, Lucy Legion Plans
party. Pictured are some of the guests attending White, Lillian Stump, Martha Covered Dish Dinner
The private dining room of the Others invited were: Palmer, Leila Mundy, Harriet
Jeanette Kincaid, Evelyn Griffin, Richarde and Dell Ritch. American Legion Post 56 is plann-
ing to have a covered dish dinner for
-- members and the Ladies Auxiliary
Church News Tuesday Dec. 9, at 7 p.m.
Pictured: observing 'Old Fashion Day' at First ItaptUt Cluirch in Kiiiford All veterans and their spouses are
are: (front row) Odessa Taylor, Frances Killer Vrrnell Sapp; (second row) Methodist Seniors Host Starke Church of God The ladies extend a hand of urged to attend this final meeting of
Melba Faulkner, Catherineilson, Lassie ..loursrnci.i Uiill.u-e, and welcome to the community. The the calendar year for the post and
Marzelle Wolfe Pastor Steve llaskrll stands! nt pulpit. Christmas LuncheonThe Christmas Bazaar Dec. 6 church is located at 422 N. St. ClairSt. bring a covered dish. Meats&drinksare
senior citizens will hold a The ladies ministries of the Starke For info call Clarice Montz at to be provided by the post says
covered dish luncheon Thursday, Church of God will be holding their 9645445. Bob Brown, post commander.

First Baptist of Raiford Observed Dec.Hall. 11 Free at 12 noon and in the Fellowship Christmas from Bazaar Saturday, Dec. 6, Gospel Sing... their Members dues are if they also have asked not to done forward so to
turkey dressing will 8 a.m. 3 p.m.
'Old be served. Bring a salad or dessert.A There will be many handmade A gospel sing is scheduled for P.O. Box 1215, Starke, FL 32091.
Fashion Day' Sunday items, wreaths, a section for Gator Saturday night, Dec. 6, at the The new building is near completion -
Church of God of Prophecy, Inc. and dedication services will be
Christmas program will follow fans & homemade goodies. There ,
The First Baptist Church of lanterns only, helping to carry out the luncheon. Come and will be a chili lunch from 11 a.m.1 2138 N. Temple Ave. hied later.
Dec. 7 is "Pearl Harbor .
Raiford enjoyed a full day of friendship the 'Old Fashion Day' theme. The friend. Everyone is welcome. e p.m. Free coffee will be served Pastor W T. Laney welcomes Two local veterans that were Day"at the
and fellowship Sunday, Nov. 30. men's quartet again performed. The' throughout the day. everyone. battle are Al Crosby and Malcolm
An 'Old Fashion Day' theme was ladies of the church not wanting to Sanders, both members of post.
carried out throughout the day with be outdone, had a ladies trio sing The first circulating library in the Each hopes that we remeber that I
many people dressing to"fit the ocas. Brenda Haskell, Betty Sapp and Woman's Club to Honor United States was created In Philadelphia sneak attack and American alwayshas I
sion. There were several ladies with Ramona Sweat. A special by Tiffany in 1731. a strong military prepared for
old fashion dresses bonnets aprons, Williams accompanied by Anita any event
even one with high top shoes. The Black was a delight. Member at Christmas TeaThe ... .- . . I .. .. . I..I..I.. .
- - -
men weren't left out. They were Baptismal services of Tiffany Hours .3 .50-:; M-F I
wearing their bib overalls and white Williams, Timothy Herrington, Sally members of the Little Women's Club :a 9,30.4OOSaI': :
long sleeve shirts. Goins, James Lindsey, and Drew J. W. Kincaid Woman's because Club will of the honor Mrs of and mothers are invited to attend 504 W. Cell Street Jo Ann'sWe :. I
The congregation was blessed McAfee, highlighted the evening years the tea. ((904))964.85117 ., '' .i......M, :::> .
with a surprise appearance of their worship which was given by special'in dedicated service she has given to A Speciality Gift Shop
men's quartet Steve Haskell, John house' guest speaker Rev. John the club. She will also be celebrating Hosting this occasion will be Jac-
Ross, Bobby Epps and Watson Wolf. Ross. her birthday with everyone atten- que Crosby, chairman, Muriel
Two solo specials by Mrs Glenda Pastor Steve Haskell invites Wilson, Leila Mundy, Lee McGriff,
of the
Andrews were also enjoyed. everyone to join them next Sundayat dind the annual Christmas

Dinner on the 'grounds' was serv- the First Baptist Church in Starke I486! from Woman's 3:00: p.m Club to December 5:00: p,m. 10, Mamie DuPree, Elizabeth Seymour, make shopping a pleasure! Personal service Free gift ; ;
ed after morning worship. Raiford Louise St. John, Beverly wrap, and a cup of coffee make JoAnn's the place for ALL your I
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family of Mrs. Lu/ie Mae / to' "
McDonald Andrew Thomas Jackson Bradley who will celebrate her 96th nj ,
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Mr:& Mrs. James R. McDonald of Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Jackson lov- birthday December 5, and the late /flJ/ ,;: ;:, ;" LEILA'S
Lawtey proudly announce the birthof ingly announce the birth of their son, Mr. James M. Bradley gathered /' l ) -( ,/ \
Andrew Thomas, born November, Thanksgiving Day for their annual BRADFORD SQUARE
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born November 21, 1986 in Jackson 1986 at Alachua Hospital in reunion which was held at Kingsley at Open 9:30.5:30:
Gainesville. Andrew weighed 7 Ibs., Lake Civic Center. .
ville.Morgan joins a brother Kyle. 9 ozs., and he joins a sister Jennifer Attending the reunion were Mon. Sat.'Massage' .
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Ashley.Maternal. seventy-four family members from
Dorothy Herndon of Lawtey. Mater grandparents are Mrs. all parts of Florida and as far as
nal great-grandmother is Mrs. Lillie Joan Williams, Starke; Mr. DonaldE. North Carolina and Pennsylvania
Morgan ofTheressa.Paternal Barber, Orange Park. Maternal All eight of the Bradley children
great-grandmother are Mrs. Jac- were there and five generationswere ISOTONER9
grandparents are Mr. & qulyn Batchelor, Starke. represented TIM ultimata gin 'by dh-boloner. Till aailaat
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Mrs. E. R. McDonald of Jackson- Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Lunch and fellowship were en- anyone you know. You naadn spoil the aurprlM
ville. Paternal greatgrandparentsare Mrs. Donald K. Jackson, Starke. joyed by all.Conner YourTired by asking her alia. Nobody chboioy ton rich,own too
Mr. & Mrs. C.C. Griffis, Sr., of Paternal great-grandparents are Feet with Isotoner9 too many Free Gift With
Jackson and the late laotonor glovoa.Qonulna 50"* Purchase
Lawtey. Mrs. Ruby ReunionSet Comfort Slippers foalhardalalls.
Walter Jackson of Mayo; Mrs. Rita Family Fully
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Mr. &Mrs.Victor Griffis of Starke Miss. ly reunion is scheduled for Saturday, I......,* 4-way Union. lahrto. ol .n- c .11 p
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traction and listen to the student lor the classrooms. Other needs Homemakers Club...
Birthday Celebration. Birthdays. .
read I several times during the week. I'K ..
equipment hardware
The parents were also asked to help were and ,computer Instructional Mr & Mrs. Rcssic Dowling hosteda Nov.24-Brena and Bridget Skeen, Bradford Extension Homemakers!
the student review the vocabulary lit I seftw.titsupplemental materials us science lab-, cookout on Sunday, Nov. 23, in David Smith Dale Grover, Wayne C'Kb will meet at 10.UU:: ) a.m. hi.rs-!
the end of the class book In sciencethe maintenance celebration of Itcssie's 77th birthdays Youngblood and Mcllissa Davis; day Dec. 11 in the AgriculluiuBuilding
supplies, Nov Julie Collins and Don on US-301: north at the
children studied the earth and beautification, Idols and mowing, Some 70 relatives, neighborsand 25 -
space. By using the globe and new reserve funds for the machine,. friends enjoyed the variety of Smith; Nov. 26 Cecil Woods, Cindy /fairgrounds.i
orbiter, they were taught about the awards, field trips and copy the traditional meats, vegetables, salads and Davis and Jaclyn Crews; Nov. 27' There will he a small gift ex
rotation of the planets and what Thanksgiving and Christmas desserts served at the Dowling home Roxann Condone; Nov. 28 Jodi change and a covered dish luncheon.
caused night and day. baskets for the needy. that lovely day.Thanksgiving, Ford and James Etchison; Nov. 29 Anyone interested is welcome,to at

Mrs. Lynn Melvin's third grade After short discussion the PTA Cheryl l Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, tend.
class continued to I study different approved the expenditures! of$5,625.A Visitors Rcssie Dowling and Brundt Hawes.
animal groups.! They learned about Virginia and Bill Kellum and
big thank you from the BES student son COMMUNITY
Elem. School
amphilians, reptiles and birds. In body to the Brooker PTA. Keith, of Raleigh, N.C., spent Hampton
social studies they learned about the several days this week with their .Covered Walkway.. BIBLE CHURCH

different continents and their Field Trip... parents,. Mr. & Mrs.'Lacy (Bill) Everyone at school is enjoying the
names, also country, slate, county
Young. attractive covered walkway which
student body of BrookerEleml'ntary
and town and the governing of com The Francis Meng family had a has been completed between the
School wishes to ex-
munities and how they work. In reunion on Sunday, Among out-of- school and the cafeteria. .
its thanks their host of lastfo'ridaY'K
math, reading and english the press towners visiting were Mr. & Mrs. Sunday Schoor 9:45-1 0 i:
students are doing extremely well program, The Starke Russell of
Karen and Anna
Elementary School, for the invita Shop...
a big Durham, N.C., Preston and Ragan
tion to see and hear the famous!com-
for their good work. Gilbert of Gainesville, Mrs. Carole Santa's Secret Shop which' has
; Mrs. Ramona Jordan's fourth poser and Performer of childrens Combs, Amber and Brett of been so popular the past few years at
grade did an excellent job with songs, Mr. AI Yatt of Miami. This_ Brooker. They also celebrated the school will reopen on Wed., Dec. STARKE

I many new and different words in Anna's second birthday which oc- 3. Students will have the opportunityto
spelling. The parents were encouraged was! an exciting trip for BES curred on Nov. 18. purchase Christmas gifts at a CHURCH OF GOD,
to use new words In con- students and the program will be reasonable cost and at a convenienttime
versation with their children. This discussed by them for some time. Attends Convention... and place. 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445

helped to increase the student's Mrs. Wilmajean Terry as President Walter F. Montz, PastorWe

vocabulary in daily conversation.Mrs. Dental Clinic... attended the American Legion Save Labels Please... invite you to worship with us.
Magyar Jordan said they would con A flurry of excitement filled the Auxiliary Convention held at the The school is collecting Attended Nursery

Winning Essay... tinue to study the subject and hearts of 23 needy children and Hyatt Hotel in Sarasota from Nov.21 Campbell's Swanson's and V-8 Sunday School . . ..10am
predicate for some time as the'students adults In our area Tuesday Nov. 18, to 23, She was accompanied by other labels. If enough labels are turnedin Morning Worship .. . .11am
iii, my name are is Brenda Jennifer and Magyari.Freddie! do not have a clear as the "Smiley Van" (a travelingfree members of the KeystoneMelrosePost useful school equipment can be Evening Service .,. ..,. I pm
My parents
understanding in this area. She said dental clinic) arrived at the 0202. obtained.
Wednesda Youth .. .. . 7:30:
I live down the road from pm
Magyari. the fifth grade will continue in the Brooker Baptist Church.
the school. I've lived there four same book for several weeks before 1

years I've been attending Brooker taking the cummulative test. 'fhe unit, owned by the Baptist
Elementary School for four years. Mrs. Laurie Ezell's sixth grade Convention, is headed up by the
My thoughts and reaction of the first class began a new unit in social brotherhood and WMU depts. of the
computer at Brooker Elementarywas studies. After a study of geographythe New River Baptist Association.Two .
that it was going to be a lot of students became familiar with

fun. I think the new computer roomis the globe and learned many things dedicated missionaries, Bill riGHT CANCER !
great. I feel that the equipmentwill about the government of other countries and Chris Moore, are responsible for
help us at Brooker because it and where the roots of the modern-day clinic housed in a
teaches us what we don't know. Yes from. large motor home.
democracy came It is a job they do
I've thought of a future career and not take lightly as schedules are
the goals I'd like to achieve. I'd like Cystic Fibrosis... made and met on time. Free
Breast Examination
to finish high school in Bradford ,
The annual school-wide walk for
County so that I can continue with
Fibrosis held earlier in All services are volunteer help and
the same people and I'd like to get an Cystic was Colo-Rectal and Oral Cancer
the month. Not only did the parents our area had an ample supply to Screeningsat
education there. I think attending
draw from. Those hands
and friends sponsor a child by pledg- helping
college is very good to prepare you a donation but entered were Jackie Johns, Laverne & Carl Bradford Hospital
ing generous
for a good job and I intend to go
yes and supported the walk. Leaving the Edwards, Rev. Boyce and wife
to college. The field I would like to go school about 1 the madea Susan Taylor, Rev. Andy Crews,
p.m. group Thursday Dec. 11 from 11 4
into is nursing. a.m.
loop through town. They walked Bobby Epps, Lynn Melvin, Sylvia p.m.
School Activities... down Melvin Street, turned at Car- Fletcher, Joe & Donna Tollerson,

The month of November was an roll Grocery and returned to the
eventful one for students and staff at school on Charlotte Ave. Arriving Edith Melvin, Theo Dyal, Emmett& Call Martha Epps 964-6000 .
RES. The kindergarten class was back at the, school refreshmentswere Edna Norton, Rev. Fred Johns and ,
taught the sounds of several new letters served to the student body Barney Newsom, all of the Brooker- to schedule
by its <'r,1\1rs. Gayle Cook. before they boarded the bus for New River area; Rev. Darrell your appointment.
They also learned about the home. Merry, director of the New River

pilgrims, Indians and
Physical Education... Baptist Association, and last, but far
machinery. Learning about food and and
nutrition was fun to the class In physical education during the from least, Dr. Gray Flynn (Starke) Sponsored by Bradford Hospital

Parents furnished lood items for the month of October each class learnedthe who gave so generously of his time "
special cooking activities including names of major bones in the The parents of the children were sur Alachua General Hospital'sCancer
breakfast. human body and where they are prised at how their children conducted

Mrs Marilyn Vellenga's first located. Afterwards they began themselves under the care ol and Oncology program.

grade students studied plants and working on fitness skills such as en- Dr. Flvnn .,
seeds in science The next course to durance, strength, flexibility and .
be studied will be on "The Seasons". speed. After many sore muscles the Some of the patients requiredmore
pleading; was exciting as they read students completed their AAI1PEK treatment than the two days Bradford Hospital Inc.
the clinic here so Dr. Flynn
that was '
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sums. In Social Studies the class
New River and Brooker Baptist Starke Florida 32091A
learned safety rules and how to read Brooker PTA... churches for the food provided for ,

signs. Congratulations to the Brooker Dr. Flynn, the workers and mis- HealthCare
Mrs Cindy Lawrence's second PTA which has always come sionaires. Thanks to Rev. and Mrs. program
graders continued work basic for Brooker
to on through Elementary their
Taylor opening up
math facts. Parents were encouraged School. At the Nov. 18 meeting, Prin- home Boyce and caring for the home mis-
to continue helping their children cipal Bill McRae presented a people while they were here.
memorize facts through basic sub- breakdown list of needed suoolies sion

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Y o ung'' 't'ornadoes t ) 'Lack Experience Coach is Optomistic_

Talent, intelligence but a Christmas who last also should figure prominently in
young was on year's ing football, says Coach Godwin. pressure.
team that lacks seasoning sums up 11-11 varsity, but played sparingly.The The 235 pounder will help the team if playing time. Gone via graduation from last SPORTS FANS!
the 1986-87 Bradford High boys other newcomers are he can stay out of foul trouble, the year's 11-11 team are Heebie Cooper,
basketball teams, says Coach Jay sophomores Rodney Mosley, coach says.' Brown complimentscenter Rodney Mosley and John Berry the team leading scorer and re-
Godwin. Charles Russell and freshman John Pat Diggs very well, and is a just came out after football. Charles bounder; Frank Long and Simon I r1j
But Coach Godwin is optimistic as Berry. role player in that he doesn't makesa Russell, 6-1H, Is a sophomroe( and a Mitchell.
I the season opener looms Monday, lot of mistakes. Brown should give newcomer to BHS. BETYOU
I Dec. 8, at Gainesville High School. In the first game the six players to BHS a strpqgjnside game. Coach Godwin Is looking for some Christmas Tourney...
start and play most of the time basketball. He this
, The junior varsity plays at 6 will good hopes BHS
p.m. Bradford
the varsity 7:30 be Levi Simmons, Pat Diggs, Ron five can score more than the 1985-86 High in a DIDN'T A
I p.m. Levi!Simmons,now a junior,was a Christmas basketball tournament in
, The combination of two returning Brown, Rob Norman, Eugene Blye group and still play good, solid Lake KNOW '
City set Dec.
and Harold Chandler, says Coach starting guard last season, averag- defense."If 18-19-20.:
starters, guard Levi Simmons and
ing over 11.6 points. Simmons can
Godwin. They are the ones who've
center Patrick Diggs WJV4; the looked the best far in handle the basketball and likes to we can play real good defense Teams entered include host Col- to
return .starter. Ron Brown, 6-2Mi so practice. and outhustle the other team Brought you
drive into the basket. ,we can umbia High,Bradford High,Trenton
Diggs,a senior and at shouldbe
j i plus five talented players up from one of the premier big men in the Soph Eugne Blye, 6-1'/4, who be in every ballgame," says Coach High, Baker High, Clay High, Bran- By Orlan WellsDid
j the junior varsity Rob Norman, area, Coach Godwin. knows basketball as well as Godwin. Blye and Chandler are ford High, and Hamilton Co. High
I Eugene Smitf7 Blye Harold Chandler, averaged says 8 points and 7 reboundslast Diggs anybody in Starke, will play point sophomores but real good from Jasper.
Spencer and Centrell Lee, season. guard and run the BHS five against sophomores. Coach Godwin expectsthe you know there was once a
give Bradford High round bailers a GHS, Coach Godwin says. Blye has two to carry the load for BHS for Coach Godwin is seeking $150 in major football game In which the
solid nucleus, Coach Godwin says. Ron Brown, who lettered as a the skills and can shoot. The ques- the next couple of years. donations to cover the cost of the score and even the winner were
Also out for the 86-87 team, and sophomore, was injured playing tion is, how young Blye will react This BHS five is young, and not as tournament. To make a donation changed 48 hours after the
with talent on the basketball court, basketball last season and missed under pressure. strong as they will be in a year. The phone Coach Godwin at the field game
is Alonzo Williams, a junior. who the entire year. Brown has looked Junior Rob Norman and key, Coach Godwin says, is whetherthe house, 964-6470. Donors will receive was over. It happened In 1940.Cornell
won't be ellRlhlimMF .r'ft" real well nine hp.11 romp out follow- sophomore Harold Chandler, 6 feet. young players can handle the tickets to the tournament beat Dartmouth 73. But on
the Monday after the Saturday
game, officials of both schools

Lady Tornadoes ,Final Shots Won't Fall as Vanguard Wins realized looked at Cornell movies of had the scored game and Its

., touchdown on an Illegal down.
The Bradford High varsity girls BHS stole the ball again on a trap hard to decide who to start. The BHS 14 14 14 *' SI 102. Total. 20949. Even though Cornell had an
had four chances to win in the final play but made a bad pass and starters will have to look out." O.Van. 1 U 12 15.9 Vanguard Pompey2..". Ohlng unbeaten season going, they said
30 seconds but the basketball refused Vanguard intercepted the ball. Right now Coach Slater is playing BHSi K.nn.dy t-M3 Dovli 5.1110.12.. Thompson 3-1-7. Hill 204. Prat- they'd give up the touchdown,and
to fall in and the Tornadoes were BHS fouled again with 11 secondsto the girls with experience. Motley .4-0-i Butler 2.'.', Spall 1-2-4, tlon 2. 0.., Plnttay 10.2, Loran 102. thereby give up the victory. The
edged 51-49 by Vanguard High, go, the OV girl missed the free Score by quarters: Starling 0-2-2 Covington 1-0-2, William Totals 24-3-S1. result was declared reversed andIt
Ocala, in the season opener Monday throw, there was a scuffle for the re- .Ies s----- was officially changed In the
night Dec. 1. bound but the ball went out of I record books from Cornell 7, Dart-
Janet Kennedy led BHS with 13 bounds. BHS got possession, got the r-- mouth 3 to Dartmouth 3,Cornell 0.
points, and Felicia Davis scored 11 ball inbounds,took it down and miss- Campbell Electronics
points. Vanguard's big girl, ed an 11 foot jumper lust in front and 1B Here's quite an oddity. The man
Pompey. led the scoring with a to the right side 0 key. The considered by many to be the
game high{ 18 points. OV's Ohing basketball bounced around and 132 E. Call Street Downtown Starke = greatest football player of all-time,

scored 12 points. didn't go in. II Jim Thorpe, never played football
BHS was down by 12 points early BHS Coach John Slater pulled his
in the fourth period, then outscored starting five in the fourth period,put New & Used TV's VCR's & Stereos never until he even was 17 saw a football old I IHere's
| game years
Vanguard 15-9 to cut the lead to two in the second string and pressed, I
points with 30 seconds to go. Then wearing Vanguard down. Then he Ii
came the four chances to tie the put the starters back in. ion:3'J Black & White TV's .. (As Low As) $2900 an amazing football
record. Quarterback Bart Starr '
game: Slater remained high on his bench, I
BHS stole the basketball and and substituted two threeat 19' once threw an Incredible total of
freely, or tsu*l Color TVs .
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missed a layup. the time. "We've got 12 girls and I i 294 passes In a row In National
BHS fouled,Vanguard missed the wouldn't hesitate putting any of I I "' -'WARiiiij1rDBUSlies Football League games without
free throw, BHS got the rebound, them in.Later on, when some of the YS i j having any Intercepted. That
took a short jumper and missed. new girls gain experience, it'll be stands as the all-time NFL record

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JV Girls Lose First GameThe : one else has ever come close to

Sears Color VJd eo Camera I that record.
Bradford High School JV girls Taylor, Vicki Williams, Patricia I I I bet you didn't know., that this
basketball team lost their first gameof Allen, Stephanie Gainey, Shanda 6X Zoom Lens w/Collapsible Trl-pod Ae S/tf Is the time to save on a new car at
the season last night 36-32 to Ocala Woods, Annette Simmons and Wan- ,el1Ce n Orlan Wells Chevy-Olds... where
Vanguard in overtime.The da Brown. I $2990Limited 964"53 you get GMAC financing... We
team had some problems with ( Time) 6 also have a good selection of used
The JV Lady Tornadoes also playa _----------' --- ---------" '
the statistics for the evening's game, '" I cars... Come In and see for
so no information was available. home game against Middleburg j yourself.
Starters for this years 1986-1987 Wedenesday, December 3, but I I RCA FACTORY TRAINED. 1 I
team are Arkeva Williams, Dana results were not available before
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Norman. Rhonda Bryant Anne press time. 1 I FOR SERVICE 1 I I I ORIAN WELLSChevroletOldsmobile

Wrestlers Begin '86 SeasonTornado = I..PJM.iyLSikVCRRECORDERSJ J \ IfI1

wrestlers open the 1986 district last year. Come On Down, The Price Is iiI-----; = P.O.U.S.Drawer 301 North 1236
season at 7 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, Junior Jamie Carver, 155 pounds, L '
Dec. 5) when they host Middleburg was fourth in the district in his class BvBl) -- - -- -- -_ II. u1 Starke Florida 32091
in a 7 p.m. match in the Bradford last year. Sid Russell, a 145 pound
High gym. junior, returns from last year's
Tuesday, Dec. 9, the wrestlers are squad.
..et.to host Clay High in a 1:30 p.rn.-...-M_ ... f ... -. -".. ...-- ify"
match in the BHS gym before the Michael Stillwell, a 185 pound 'f}
BHS student body. junior, is out for the squad after / 49 iflIl "
"I'm sure Middleburg is going to finishing football.
be tough," says Coach David Tew. Four freshman are also out for the f ;' 1 r 4/:
BHS is a young team with only two wrestling team: Roland Schaefer /t / 4.' 4.

seniors returning. One is Brad Vernon Griffis, James Trickle, andJeff / ;... G g.. ..." ,.
Green, who wrestles at 112 pounds, Adams. fP g .. ....... ...... )
and was district champion last year. Coach Tew is entering his third ... I
Chuck Coburn, who wrestles in the year as wrestling coach at BHS,and / .) ) "
126 pound class was fourth in the has 12 years experience altogether. ,-........ '-' -

Lori Sapp Finishes SixthIn remembering friends

Sectional Track MeetLori

Sapp finished 6th overall in a The 7 member Team Florida Girls "p.-: For Those Folks
5,000 meter course (3.1 miles) in the finished second. Lori was the first
Cross finisher for Team Florida. The ,
U.S. National TAC County boys .,. e
Sectional Championships at Team Florida was first. I far away
Meredith College in Raleigh, N.C.
this past Saturday, Nov. 29. Lori, a BHS junior, went up with
Sapp ran the 3.1 miles in 20:15 over the other Florida girls and the spon- Y' f ) from home,
the very hilly course. The conditionof sors for Florida.
the course was very good and the Since Saturday, Lori is resting a Send
weather was fine, says Coach few days, then will begin prepara- a Giftk'
George Loper. Lori had an excellent tion for the annual Gator Run set
finish in the girls intermediate divi- Dec. 20 in Jacksonville. a 10,000 that will beRemembered
sion for girls 14 to 19 years of age. meter event.

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I Legal Notices ..-- -- -1 1In Santa" sMfeWiWUtMiWsMsMlWNMt Says Terwillegar Motors

compliance with Florida Public Service NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

Telephone Company of Florida (Centel) FICTITIOUS NAME EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND has Your Christmas
Southern Bell T.I.phon. and
Pursuant to Section 865.09 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
Telegraph Company hereby give notice Statutes, notice is hereby given that the CASE NO. 86..76DIVISION
that th.y Intend to tile a joint petition to P.O. Box .
undersigned Ronnie L. Austin .
frontier Centel'i rights and obligation. 225 Lowtey Fla., sole owner doing IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF : Gift Early !
at a telephone' company In th. Ex.thong. business under the firm name of "Touchof JOHN C. CONNERS.
., of Klngsley lake, Lawtey and Class" Detail auto cleaning 987 N. Husband

Stark. to Southern Bell Telephone and Temple Avenue, Starke, Fla., Intends to and

Telegraph Company In Florida effective register said fictitious m..ne under the JUDY A. CONNERS
upon approval of the Florida Public Service aforesaid statute. Wife
Commission Petitioner do not .
propose Dated this 19th day ot November, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 3.9/o
through thus proceeding to make
A.D.. 1986 In Bradford County : JOHN C. CONNERS .
any change In the affected cu.tom.rs'r.currlng
11204tpd12IIPUBLIC c/o Peninsula Ford
rate In customer deposit or 1380 Ocean Drive
In deposit Interett applicable to such ------ ---- -- Cash IY
Homer Alaska 99603 Yu r
With the abovementioned
customer respect to
item, th. customer will be The Bradford County'School Board, tion for dissolution of marriage has an been ac- I AB' Escort / 87 Escort & GT. ..Models.

left In th. tome position a* they were Starke, Florida, will hold a Public Hear filed against you and you are required toserve

prior to th. effective date of the propot- 'Ing on a proposed addition to Board Rule a copy of your written defense. If t
ed transfer. There or. no changet In 6Gx4-3.04. Job Descriptions; SystemsAnalystProgrammer any to It on D. Wyatt Johnson peti
coiling scope which are proposed by vir on December 15, tioner' attorney whose address Is Post Super 1987 Ranger 'S'

tue of this application. 1986 at 7 p.m., in the School Board Roomof Office Box 656 Melrose, Florida on or
CENTRAL TELEPHONE COMPANY Or the Bradford School Administrative before the
County 30th day of December 1986, !
FLORIDA Offices 582 North Temple, and file the original with the clerk of this Buy
Avenue, Starke, Florida. court either before service on
this addition petitioner' attorney or Immediately
12/ Copies of proposed may
11/262tch9 be obtained at the Superintendent' Offices thereafter; otherwise a default will be $6295 '

between 7:30: a.m. and 4:30: p.m., entered against you for the relief

Monday through Friday. demanded In the complaint or petition. 5.h. .,,? oo s 3
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO This Is In compliance with the Florida DATED this 17 day of November 1986. ,

REGISTER Statues Chapter 120.54 as enacted by GILBERT S. BROWN as Includes
the 1974 Florida Legislature. Clerk of Court
Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Dewey B. McKinneyAsst. By: Beulah Moody
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the Superintendent 11/204tchg. 12/11 ((3 Stock)

undersigned Leonard M. Booth and Bradford County School
Louella M. Booth, PO Box 135 Brooker. 11203tchg124IN NOTICE
FL 32622 joint owner, doing business MRS. C. A. KNIGHT has mode application 1987 Crown Victoria
under the firm name of Brooker Small to the Starke :Zoning and Planning

Engine Repair PO Box 135 Brooker FL THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Board for reclassification of the property
described below from RP to B-2 Parcel Brand New 4 Door -
32622, Intends to register sold fictitious JUDICIAL CIRCUT. IN AND FOR -
name under the aforesaid ttatute. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA 03229-00000 In Section 28. Township 6
Doted this 12th day of November CASE NO. 86-42)-CA) South Range 22 East located at 433 W. Air, Tilt, Cruise .. ,I.
Call Street 174' X 112', across the street N'
A.D. 1986 In Bradford County.
IN RE The of
11/204tpd 12/11 : Marriage from Denmark Furniture, to be used for ,
Hu.band.and BAXLEY. carpet display and sole.. $13,995
This change In classification Is subject
NOTICE to a public hearing to be held on Thursday BBstehle rupo
December 18 1986 at 7:00: p.m., In
FICTITIOUS NAME Wife the Council Room in the Stark. City Hall Used
Quality Cars
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida NOTICE OF ACTION; CONSTRUCTIVE on Thompson Street Starke, Florida. At .
Statutes, notice It hereby given that the SERVICE:
this time all persons interested shall be
Verkerk, 431 NE NO PROPERTYTO Mss'
undersigned, Donna 60 ltrln
heard for or against the proposal as
10th St. Gainesville Flo., 32601 sole : ROBERTA LYNN BAXLEY n "g 1986 1986 Trans Am
specified in the Zoning Code of the City Fiero .- SE
owners, doing business under the firm PINES APARTMENT. *165
of Starke, Florida. Ustip
name of TLC Manage Clinic 118 S. ST. MARY'S. GEORGIA Wolt.rW.stcott. Chairman 1 6 TCL A/C Loaded 12,000 Miles,

Thompson. Starke, Fla., Intend to YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Stark.Zoning A Planning Board UNiTS T-Tops, Loaded
register said fictitious name under the dissolution of marriage has been filed "
s 12/ IIchg
aforesaid statute. against you and you are required to $9995

Dated this 7th day of November A.D. serve a copy of your written defenses, If $14,995

1986 in Bradford County. any to It on Eugene F. Shaw Husband's NOTICE
whose address is 925.E North
11/134tpdl2/4 attorney
Avenue, Starke, Florida application -
Temple 32091
NOTICE OF'FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGCASE on or before December 8, 1986 and file In R2A for Nursing and ConvalescentHome 1986 Aerostar 1986 Escort 85 FQrd Tempo
the with the clerk of this
NO: 86-483 CA original court
to the Starke Board of Adjustment
either before service Husband' at XLT Wagon, 7 Pass., 4 4 Door, Auto.,
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF ONE 1980 GMC on on property that Is classified R2A and Door, Low Miles!

PICKUP TRUCK. FLORIDA TAG torney or Immediately thereafter; otherwise described below: Loaded w/11,000 miles Auto, A/C, Stereo A/C, Stereo
RQN849, VIN: TCL14ASS15866 a default will be entered againstyou
Ten acres located off Bessent Road
TO: Lucian P. Bradley for the relief demanded In the peti
and Bradford Drive, parcel 2941-B-00100,
AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING A SECURI tion.DATED In Section 28, Township 6 South Range $12,995 $6995 $6995
TY OR OTHER INTEREST IN THE ABOVE on this 4 November 1986. 22 East k/a Bradford Villas

DESCRIBED PROPERTY.The GILBERT S. BROWNAs The Stark. Board of Adjustment will
above described property was Clerk of the CourtBY
conduct a public hearing at their regular
seized by Robert R. Dempsey at Commissioner : Martha S. JohnsAs meeting held at 7:30: p.m.. In the Council
Clerk 1985 Olds 98 85 Cr. Victoria 85 Cr. Victoria
of the Florida Department of Deputy Room of Starke City Hall Thompson

Law Enforcement or hit agents on the I 11/13 4tchg. 12/4 Street Starke, Florida on Thursday. Regency Brougham 4 Door ((2)), Vinyl Interior 'LX', 24,000 miles
26th day of September, 1986 at or near
------------ --- December 18, 1986.
South U. S. Highway 301 Stork., Bradford At this time all persons will be heard 4 Dr., Loaded w/equlp. Wire Wheels Sharp Full Loaded, '18,000 New!

County, Florida. This property is IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT concerning this application as specifiedIn
currently In the possession of the Florida COURT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR the zoning codes of the city of Stark. $9495
Department of Law Enforcement. A legal BRADFORD COUNTY Director Starke Bd. of Adj. $11,995 $11,99'5't'
representative of the Florida Depart. Case No. 86-361-CA 1241tchgNOTICE ,
ment of Low Enforcement will appear IN RE: The Marriage of

before the Honorable Ossee Fagan EDWARD LYNN WATKINS,

Judge of the Circuit Court Eighth Husband, / 84 Olds 88 83 Nissan Pulsar 82 Cutlass Sup.
Judicial of Florida the Bradford
County Courthouse on the 8th day of CHRISTINE LOUISE WATKINS hat made application for SPECIAL EX- Delta Royale, 4 Door, Sharp "NX" Black w/Red Interior 4 Door, Like New! Diesel

January 1987 at 9:45: o'clock a.m., to Wife. CEPTION for#6 In RIA I for Public Parking Car Low Miles Fully Loaded Low Miles Power Fully Loaded & Clean
request the filing of a Rule to Show Facility/Lot to the Stark. Board of Adjustment
Cause why the described property NOTICE OF ACTIONTO on property that Is classifiedR1A
should not be forfeited to the use of, or : EDWARD LYNN WATKINS Husband and described below: $8,995 $5995 $3,495

tale by the Florida Department of Law Address Unknown N. Thompson Street running between
Enforcement pursuant to the provisionsof Jackson St. and Jefferson St., lots 2, 4, 6
Section 932.701704, Florida Statutes based on the Dissolution of Marriage
8 8 of Block 8 In the Original Town of
((1983)). If no claimant appears, a requestwill in Bradford County has been filed Stork., Parcels 03052-00000 and

be made for an Immediate hearing against you and you are required to 03051-0 oo. In Section 28, Township 6
and entry of a Final Order of Forfeiture serve a copy of your written defenses, if South Range 22 East. TERWILLEGAR MOTORSHwy

Robert R. Dempsey Commissioner any to Terence M. Brown Attorney for The Starke Board of Adjustment will
Florida of Law Enforcement Wife P.O. Drawer 40, Starke, Florida conduct their
Department a public hearing at regular
By Craig Rockenstein, Field Counsel file 32091 the, on original or before with January the Clerk 1. 1987 of and this meeting held at 7:30: p.m., In the Council 21 Keystone Hgts, 473-3&73.20& W. Madison, Starke, .9&4-7200
711-8 Liberty Street
Room of Stark. City Hall Thompson
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Court before or immediately thereafter; Street Stark., Florida on Thursday Jax 388-FORD G'ville 377-1096
default will be entered
((904))359-6480 otherwise a December 18, 1986.
11/26 2tchg 12/4 against you for the relief demanded in
At this time all persons will be heardconcerning
the Petition. this application a* specifiedIn
and seal of this
WITNESS my hand the zoning code of the city of Storke. .
of November
NOTICE OF AUCTION Court*on the 24th day Director Starke Bd. of Adj. nlshlng the Work described In the Contract ; -

NOTICE I Is hereby given that on Mon 1986. GILBERT S. BROWN 12/4 Itchg Documents. Proposals will then service at all regular and special board 1986 prior to the Regular School Board

day December 8, 1986 at 10:00 o'clock and there be opened and publicly read meetings, executive session during Meeting
Clerk of the Court
a.m'., the undersigned Gator aloud. received after the time contract negotiation, truancy petition, Jim Duncan Superintendent
By: Linda L. PearceAs NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF Proposals a* well as g.n.rallegal advice and services
Frelghtways, Inc., will sell at public auction announced for the opening will not be Bradford County Schools
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Deputy Clerk RESOLUTION CLOSING UNUSED STREETSTO considered at the request of the Board of 12/4 Itchg

; Fla., one lot of drugs/chemicals 11/264tchgl2/18 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The Contract Documents be Superintendent.
consigned to Johnson Drug Co., Tampa You will take notice that In accordance and obtained at the office may of examined the Interested firms are to reply to the Office -
with Section 336.10 Florida of the Superintendent, 582 North
Fla.; one lot of drum cleaning compound 00020.1 Owner and at the office of R.W. Beck
consigned to East Point Golf Racquet BID NO. 6-1208-4 Statutes, a Resolution was duly passed and Associates and Consultants Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091
Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., to satisfy SECTION 00020 and adopted by the City Council of the 660 Bannock Engineers Street by noon Monday, December 8, 1986. Interviews .
of Florida November Denver will be held December 15,
freight and storage charges under theprovl.lons INVITATIN TO BID City Hampton on Colorado B0204.

of Section 4b( ) of Uniform Sealed bid. will be received by the 11, 1986 closing abandoning, and There wilt be a prebld conference at

Standard Bill of Lading.Pro. Bradford County School Board, 582 North vacating any rights of the public in and the office of the Owner beginning at ',,"<''' ''," ,''.''''. "' 'm'' K."n. "'_C".'_" ",''' _on
01-894210 dtd 8/15/86 to certain unused streets as follows: L q '
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 10:30: a.m., Eastern Standard Time, rhi silt
Pro. 03.863771 dtd 8/21/86 until 7 p.m. Monday. December 8, and That portion of a platted 300 foot Tuesday, December 16, 1986. All exceptions
Gator Frelghtways. Inc., Carrier street lying between Block 18 and Block
immediately thereafter publicly opened or clarifications to the Contract
11 of Addition the Town of
11/262tchg 12/4 rated aloud and recorded In the Conference Wright's and Documents required by the Bidder shall
that portion of platted
Hampton a
of the School Board be
Room presented at meeting for consideration -
75 foot street lying between Block 11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Building, for the following: and Block 10 of Wright's Addition to the by the Owner for Inclusionsby
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR RE: CONSTRUCTION Of A NEW Town of Hampton and North of State Addendum. Attendance at the prebld

BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. PORTABLE CLASSROOMBID Road 13 said property being a portion of conference shall be mandatory and shall
CASE NO.: 86.101 CP 1.3784IN NUMBER 6.1208.4Specifications two street known a* Oak Street and be a prerequisite for qualifying as a Bid-
RE: The Estate of and/or bid forms maybe Cherry Street City of Hampton Bradford der. Proposals received from Bidders not
W. A. STERN, examined at the Bradford County County, Florida.A attending the prebld conference will not
School Board 582 North Temple be
Deceased. of sold Resolution has been
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe Avenue, Stark., Florida 32091 and maybe spread copy upon the official minutes of this 12/4 2tchg 12/11 Remodeled

administration of the Estate of W. obtained at that some location for a Commission and Is available for inspection ,

A. STERN, Deceased Fil. No.: 86-101- $10 non-refundoble deposit.Bid by Interested parties at the City PUBLIC NOTICE
CP ((1.3784)), Is pending In the Circuit Security In the form of a Bid Bond Hall Hampton Florida. The City of Stark. Community Hotel Rooms

Court for Bradford County Florida Pro- executed by the Bidder and a qualified Dated this 25th day of November Development Block Grant Housing Pro-
bate Division the address of which I I. surety or a certified or cashier's check 1986. gram will accept: proof of contractor'

Bradford County Courthouse Starke on any national or state bank in the CITY COMMISSION OF certification (stole license) and proof of FOR RENT

Florida 32091. amount specified In the specification THE CITY OF HAMPTON, FLORIDABY Insurance from contractors Interested In
The names and addresses of the personal made payable to the Bradford County : /Gordon Wodtworth working on the City's CDBG Housing .
representative and the personal School Board rhust accompany each bid GORDON WADSORTHCITY Rehabilitation Program. This Information

representative's attorney are set forth as guarantee that the Bidder will not CLERK can be brought to the CDBG office,
b.low.Alllnt.r..t.d. withdraw from the competition after 12/4 Itchg KJE School, Pine Street, Tuesday Fri- Day Week Month

persons or. required to opening the bids, and In the event the day, 9 a.m.2 p.m. or call Linda Day,
file WITHIN THREE MON. contract Is awarded to the Bidder he will
with this Court 964-8902, for additional Information.

NOTICE: ((1)) all claim against the estate same, execute the contract and furnish REGISTER
and Interested the required bond failing which the FICTITIOUS NAME
((2)) any objection by an
person to whom notice was mailed) that security shall become the property of Pursuant to Section 863.09, Florida NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO

challenges the validity of the will, the the Owner as liquidated damages.All Statute, notice I Is hereby given that the REGISTER '
qualifications of the personal representative bids must be made on the appropriate undersigned Charles E. Van Zant Sr., FICTITIOUS NAME

venue, or jurisdiction of the proposal form, properly executed Architect Rout. 2, Box 313 Keystone Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida New Furniture
Court. and placed In the envelope provided Hgts., Fla., 32656 sole owner, doing Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT marked to Identify the bid and business under the firm name of Van undersigned, Thomas Cole, Rt. 1. Box

SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. then shall be delivered or mailed to Zant Associates, Route 2, Box 313, 86, Hampton, Fla 32044, sole owner,doIng Condition
Publication of this Notice hat begunon Bradford County School Board 582 N. Keystone Hgts., Fla 32656 Intends to Dullness under the firm name of

112686. Temple Ave., Stark., Florida 32091. register said fictitious name under the Bradford Aluminum & Screening, Rt. 1, .
Attorney for Personal Representative: The Bradford County School Board aforesaid statute. Box 86. Hampton Fla 32044, Intend to Must See to Appreciate

R. A. Green Jr., Esquire reserve the right to reject any or all Dated this 1 day of December, A.D., register told fictitious name under the

GREEN & HOBBS P.A.P. bid, waive Informalities In any bid 1986 In Bradford County. aforesaid statute.
O. Drawer 938 make the award In part or whole, and to 12/4 4tpd 12/24 Dated this 2 day of Dee.. A.D. 1986 In Across from r

Stark., Florida 32091 make the award in the best Interest of Bradford County. 0jN
((904)) 964.5700 the Bradford County School Board. 12/4 4tpd 12/24 Starke Post .

R. A. GREEN JR. Award shall be based on the lowest NOTICE -
base bid proposal. Call Street Substation Additions. PUBLIC NOl ICE
Personal Representative: THE SCHOOL BOARD OF NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed' INTENT TO ACQUIRE LEGAL SERVICESThe
LOUISE MARIE STERNPost BRADFORD COUNTY, Proposals will be received by the City of Bradford County School Board Intends -,
Office Box 158 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.By Starke (Owner), at City Hall, 209 North to enter Into a Contract for Legal AL"

Stork., Florida 32091 Jim DuncanSup.rlntend.nt Thompson Street, Stark., Florida 32091, Service for a one-year period, beginning
LOUISE MARIE STERN until 2:00: p.m.. Eastern Standard Time I Jonury I. 1987. This contract will be

11/262tchg 12/4 11/26 2tchg 12/4 .Thursday. JanuaryJ5! ., 1987 for fur with a legal service firm for providing.

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Richard Dugger Appointed to State-Wide Corrections Office !

Richard L. Dugger the all- Richard Dugger, although livingon and has two daughters, Christineand I
American boy, was appointed to the the Union County side of the San- Katie and a step-son, Paul Nor- r
top Job in the Department of Correc- ta Fe River that flows through the ris. He said he and Kimberly will be
tions by Governor-elect Bob Martinez prison, attended Bradford county house-hunting in Tallahassee soon
this week, replacing veteran schools, graduating from Bradford but will probably rent a house, untillater. \
Secretary L.L. Wainwright. High School in 1961. Dugger receivedhis They own a home in the
Dugger will assume duties as Associate of Arts degree from Keystone Heights area, which they
Secretary of the agency(! Jan. 6. 1987, Santa Fe Community College in plan to keep.Dugger mentioned that
upon the governor s taking office. 1968, and his Bachelor of Science in he will be eligible for retirement in 8
Dugger, a native of Bradford- Criminology from Florida State years, and plans to return to the ,
Union counties became superintendent University, Tallahassee, in 1970. Keystone Heights area at some itls
of Florida State Prison in July, Beginning as a Correctional Of- future time.Dugger .
1982, the state's only. maximum ficer 1 in Nov. 1964, Dugger movedup told the Telegraph that he
security prison. It is a position few through the Classification plans no abrupt changes in Correc-
superintendents want, because of Department into administrative tions, that he has more quenstions
the type facility, and inherent problems positions..He worked in the central than answers at this time. Outgoing # 4 L _
in controlling 1,200 maximum office, in Tallahassee, four Institu- Secretary Wainwright will move
security Inmates. tions throughout the state, and did a from Corrections Central Office into :
Florida State Prison was openedin stint with the Florida Parole and the capitol building, to be a consul- :
1961, and operated as an annex to Probation Commission, before it tant to Gov. Martinez on a broad ,
Union Correctional Institution until was absorbed into Corrections. range of issues. Dugger said, ,
1972 when it became an independent Dugger joined the Florida National without question, he will utilize l !
facility. Since 1972, the institutionhas Guard in 1966, was on active Wainwright's experience and ---j
had 6 superintendents, and two duty for until May, 1977. He has knowledge in the new position, but
acting superintendents. Most of maintained his membership in the he will be "his own man, and make
Dugger's predessors were relievedof guard, and currently is Acting his own decisions."When asked
their duties at FSP at their own Sergeant Major of Co. A, 3/20th about his successor as superintendent d yiT
request. There were no executions Special Forces Group. His military of FSP Dugger said the deci-
during the tenure of any former executives qualifications include Special sion would be made quickly, and t
; that job has come under Operations, Communications, Com- would come from within the depart. 7At
the jurisdiction of only Dugger sincehe bat Diver and Airborne. ment. I
moved into the top institutional Dugger has been referred to as Governor-elect Martinez has an- -- )
position. part of the "good old boy" syn- nounced his intention to fill top appointive k
Dugger, 43, is the son of veteran drome, a mis-nomer by any stan- posts with Republicans, but
correctional administrator dard. In his office, there is a set of Dugger is a registered Democrat,
Lawrence E. Dugger and his wife, law books rarely found in other who joined Martinez's supporters.
Cora, who live in Keystone Heights. similar offices. Dugger said "if you Dugger played football for Brad
Lawrence Dugger, now retired, read those books prior to making ford High In the late 50s and early
came up through the ranks, to decisions, it will save a lot of grief." 60s. "He was as tough a back as I've
become Supt. of Major Institutions, Long-time FSP Business Manager ever coached. He hit the line as fast New Boss...
prior to the state being divided into Aubrey Dean, referring to Dugger, as any back I've ever coached. The
regions, in the mid-70s. Although said he is the finest administrator "I thing I remember about Richard is Richard L. Dugger superintendent of Florida State Governor is sworn in.
Richard Dugger was born in have ever known." When asked if that he was very dependable, 'Yes Prison, was appointed by Governor-elect Bob Martinezthis Dugger was born in Jacksonville but grew up in
Jacksonville, his parents were living anyone were displeased with his appointment Sir,No Sir,and no nonsense. Duggerwas week, to replace long-time Secretary of Department Union County. Ills father, Laurence E. Dugger, made
on the grounds of Union Correctional Dugger replied there one of the most valuable of Corrections Louie L. Wainuright. his way up through the ranks to become Supt. of Major
Instution, nee, Florida State Prison. are obviously some people who members of the BHS football team Dugger is a native of Bradford and Union Counties. Institutions in the mid-1970's.
Young Richard Dugger lived on haven't liked some of the things I've back when the school had outstan- Dugger will formally take over the reins of one of the Richard Dugger lived on and near the prison groundsin
prison grounds until he left home for done." ding football teams," said Coach state's largest departments in January when the new Union County as a young boy.
active duty in the Florida National Dugger is married to the former Hurse.
Guard. Kimberly Stubbs of Orange Park.

Former BC Man OPEN M r r +' I Get

Friday c Your

Faces 'Rape ChargesDavid & Christmas

Marion Morrison, 29, a the child. Following the, incident."Morrison Saturday. Tree
.. .-."Bradford native"- who*' moved to returned the.-woman andMchild ..'; .-> '
Keystone Heights about 3 months to her car, and left the two of -NIIIJfr- Noun aM early
ago, faces rape and assault chargesin them. The woman was admitted tan til 8 e:30'oo,1 ,
a Nov. 27 incident area hospital. p.m. BfEF"
Morrison currently is in the Clay Friday night, about 10:30: p.m., the Me 6 gun.
jail, with multiple charges Clay County Sheriff's Departmentwas
incurred in that county but will be called to Keystone Heights, to a
transported to the St. Johns County residence where Morrison lived on .
of sexual Brooklyn Bay Road, just north of --
jail to face charges battery
(rape) and lewd and lascivious conduct town. Grady Johnson, a companionof U.S 301 South Starke 964.6071
Morrison had gone to Morrison's
A St.Johns sheriff's office home and the two had got into a Full CutBoneless
spokesman said the story obtainedby fight. Morrison shot at Johnson witha Fresh 49 Fresh CutChuck
the Telegraph is essentially cor- small caliber pistol, but had miss- ,. jj 1
rect, in stating that Morrison was ed, and hit Johnson in the face with a Ground Chuck . . . .Ib.
surf fishing below St. Augustine, beer bottle. Johnson called the Round :

with .two Late juveniles in the night, Thanksgivingnight. the fishing sheriff.When deputies arrived, Morrison Steak 1 i99 Fresh Cut Roast ,ib 149 I
group started home, driving SR-207, attacked them, and was subdued. He ..b. 279
and came upon a disabled car. Mor- was charged with one charge of aggravated T-Bone Steak . . . lb.
rison, who had been using drugs, assault, two charges of aggravated Fresh Fresh Cut
stopped his truck, and offered to battery on officers,
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take the driver of the car, a 37yearold resisting arrest with violence and
woman with a 3 year old child, to possession of cannibas. Clay county 259
get help in getting her car going. deputy Scott Lancaster confirmedthe Steak . . . . .lb.
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Morrison stopped the truck and Morrison, an ex-convict, has a
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I Bradford County to Host District Special Olympics

By Mark Friedlin billboards," Strong said. "Also Kiwanis Club of Starke are sponsoring have clinics available for the public.? dividual skflls testing,-gymnastics; "January before going on to the state
BCT Staff Writer Janet Gulley of Starke Lanes has the district games this year and The games themselves will be bowling, target bowling and weight- finals.
Bradford County will be host to the been very helpful donating use of the public is invited to come and spread out between Bradford High lifting. The day begins Saturday at 9 a.m.
Special Olympics District Competition the bowling alley for two entire share the fun. School, Bradford Middle School and The events are a challenging test when participants are required to
beginning this Saturday Dec. 6 days, once for the county games and "We will have extra activities going Starke Lanes for the bowling com for everyone involved in which there meet at the Bradford High School
with over 1,000, athletes par now again this Saturday for our on for anyone who wants to participate petition." are no real losers,only plenty of win- gym for an organizational meeting
ticipating in this unique event. bowling competition." and quite a few city and Some of the activities included in ners in a positive atmosphere in and opening ceremonies.
"This is the first time Bradfordhas The Bradford County Special county officials visiting as well," this Saturday's games will be which everyone is encouraged to ex- Washington Street between the two
hosted the District level of the Olympic Committee and the Strong commented. "We will also basketball team competition and in. cell to the best of their abilities schools will be closed to through
Special Olympic competition in five __ m __ __ regardless of what level they com traffic for the entire day to make a
years so we want to extend a warm pete on.The safe area for the competition.The .
welcome to all of our guests coming bowling winners advance on Starke Recreation Depart-
In from out of town, commented to the state competition in Lakelandbut ment has also helped out in the
Bradford County Special Olympic the basketball winners must first preparations for the event, and
Coordinator Mary Strong. "We hada advance on to the area competitionto members of the department will be
very successful series of County be held in St. Augustine in on hand this Saturday to assist.
games in October and the winners
here are now ready for shot at the
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state competition, to be held in rflinfw,a>l ofw ltf>,
Lakeland January 30 February 3. .j 2
Bradford County is member of an f'\ Don'tMiss
U-county district and eight of thse TMry a Days I j 1

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There was plenty for everyone as the workers at Sunshine Imlistrics
S started the holidays off with a bang at a Thanksgiving Day feast at the
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The experience of eating out in public was quite an experience"' for the dinner was sponsored by the Bradford County Telegraph.
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I I] Sunshine Acres Residents Have FeastIt Stump Removal Trimming

was a Thanksgiving feast of the "It was quite a highlight for us," workers o'f Sunshine industries who ing, mashed potatoes, salad, green Topping Tree Removal
first order Wednesday, Nov. 26 at Director Bob Larimer said rarely get the opportunity to experience beans, biscuits and pumpkin pie L
the Bradford Family Restaurant as "Everone was looking forward to eating in such a setting, satisfied everyone" Larimer said 9644661LouAnn's
The Bradford this for time and it Larimer said.
County Telegraph a long was ----.l
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sponsored a dinner for the handicap- everything they expected." "From the looks on their faces and"after "It was a great way to start the rditvrdOnrOn OreOMOMOMO-p"O Hg+_
s ped workers attending Sunshine In- seeing the happy fullfilled pat- holidays and a memorable
dustries Work Center on the last day The feast was a great experience ting of stomachs, it was easy to see Thanksgiving for all of the clients
of work before the holidays. for many of the handicapped how much the meal of turkey,dress- who attend Sunshine Acres." Azalea & Blueberry Farm

Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on

It f i: McDonald's Joins Efforts to Fill Christmas Wishes 24th Street, follow signs or

.. Call 964.7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30:
} I The Council of Telephone Pioneersof McDonald's decorated its store witha The "angel" names on the tree wishes, The number of children on
America are joining with HRS, special Christmas tree. Each will be the names of children in the the list has been doubled over last Come Visit Us In Our
j McDonald's and caring members of "angel"ornament will have the first community who would have no year's "angels". Co-Op Craft Shop
the community to help fill Christmas name and age of a child. An Christmas at all without the help of
11 wishes of disadvantaged children in employee will note who has picked generous donors.In The public is asked to join in this
Bradford County.PickAnAngel. each child's name. After the child's effort to make Christmas more Cut Christmas Trees for Sale -
name is picked by the individual, the addition to individual participation joyful and share in the true spirit of All Nature Sings of
I gift to be donated should be wrappedand community service organiza- love and giving during this holiday Jesus"n h
as the project is returned to McDonald's by tions are asked to adopt an "angel"or season. .-,
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II'Ij' Course on Pharaohs Offered at UNF fthenIeq BACARDI i [ 1 \

"Egypt and the Pharaohs"will be who hold a valid Florida certificatemay tion, contact the UNF Division of PUERTO RICAN
offered by the University of North use the credit course to fulfill Continuing Education, 646-2690. 90 PROOFLONDON I r
II Florida .Division; of Continuing the requirement for extending". their DRY l l I rum.
Education beginning in January, certification. -
, I 1987.1 The.l$"wv k course will be of4ered -. .".. GIN ,LITER / v LITER "jiAMWUR
{ PHYSICALTHERAPY 33.8 oz., ,,33.801. ..tLCASE
> for credit1 and non-credit and The course focuses on the relgn'of '
I begins Jan. 6. Classes meet Tuesdayand Ramses against a background of the OF 12 # ,2 Sl I Lt H
Thursday evenings, 6-7:15 p.m. entire Egyptian culture. Taught by 82.50 695 gf 199 95.00
in Building 9 auditorium.The UNF Professor Dr. Robert Loftin, i
non-credit registration fee is the course is designed to prepare
$100. The course may also be taken students to appreciate the Ramses II
1 for credit by contacting UNF's ad- exhibit, weaving history, art and Out Patient Dark c ix v i
missions office (646-2624) for Infor- religion against the background of
mation and approval. The credit the Egyptian world view. Services \ house
registration fee is 10467. Teachers To register, or for more informathe Eyes .

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Highway Patrol Director "The Florida Highway Patrol is LITER
Colonel Bobby R. Burkett issued a concerned with the safety of all Bradford Hospital 33.8 OZ. ,,95
warning recently regarding the motorists, on or off the highway,and
operation of all-terrain vehicles on we are experiencing a growing 922 East Call Street 99
Florida highways. number of incidents involving these CASE
Commonly know as the "A.T.V." V off-road vehicles as their popularity I If 11 ''ll PRICES OF 6 b,
these small motorized threeand increases," Burkett concluded. 964-6000 CASE EFFECTIVE 1VfOF /( ,
four-wheel motorbikes are not I2 BEGINNING OUSE
r generally designed or licensed to be THURSDAY. ,
operated on the highways; they are f : MRR'IEROU DECEMBER THRU 4th. nvrrw-- -
intended for use in off-road applica- < I] WEDNESDAY.DECEMBER --
tions such as wooded areas, 10th. x
beaches, and private property."We BOA\erCit
undrestand there are some
models of the A.T.V"available now
which, under certin provisions, may PROCRAFT TACKLE ""
be licensed for highway use upon in- MARINE AGGRESSOR
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Bill's Helps YOUR

BC Emergency i HOME FOR WINTER !

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liy !Mark KricdllnKCT portable unit for Director Cliff Chap--
Staff Writer man," Dowling told the Telegraph. Let
The Bradford County Medical "It will help everyone in the com- +
Emergency Services personell do a munity by increasing the level of f '
tough job well under difficult circumstances communication betwen the WARREN'SHeating
and it's even tougher to members of the group and their t v

cover the county and communicate director. It will benefit everyone in 'rt & Air Conditioning
I with different members without an the surrounding population." ') .
adequate radio system.
Bill Dowling of Bill's C.B. Radio A donation of $10 to help purchasethe Plumbing & Elec. Servicehelp
Shop on Edwards Road in S'arke new unit will earn each con-
heard about the situation when one tributor a chance to win a Connex
of the Emergency Services 480 channel AM and KM CB radio you with their
members was admiring some of the with an echo chamber built in from
I equipment in his store and came up Bill's. Make checks payable to the
with a unique idea to help get the Bradford Medical Emergency Ser- Complete Sales & Service
new equipment but it will take com vice. M -
munity support. "Won't you all please help in this
"We are trying to raise money for drive" Dowling said. "You can get
the Bradford County Emergency tickets at the CB shop or ca 964-6897 Heat Pump Specialist
Service, to n niirchn' a Morowlla for more information."
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Bible Classes Being Offered rCtiAll and Heaters

Trying to Help... '"
S fuel Oil & Gas Furnaces
Bill Dowling is trying to help the Bradford Services
get a
"Introduction to the New Testa seeking students have also been taking -
ment" and "Introduction to the Old advantage of the local college new radio unit for director Cliff Chapmunn.
Testament" are both being offered classes, especially the varied com- chance A f 10 donation helps the Emergency Rescue Service and gets the buyera 964-7230 269-7706 4739068Starke
_ at a pri/e.
during the Winter Semester at the puter and business classes
Starke Center of Santa Fe Community For more information please call Orange Park Keystone Hgts
College.The 9645382.
two credit classes which give
in-depth review of the latest scholarship ) t
in Biblical studies may be d
taken as work for a degree or for
personal enrichment.The .
Scripture classes are among a
record offering of 43 classes in the
Winter Term, including 23 daytimeand

There 20 evening will be classes.a special '2 '
evening -
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registration Tuesday, December 9 1 : ; 9a
from 6 to 8 p.m. Winter classes begin

January 6 and run to April 30. t.;,, t ..y rd
In addition to basic classes in
Math English Science History, :
Social Sciences and Humanities, the
Winter schedule includes Acting, S I :
Old Testament, human growth and giG
Development, Marriage and the
Family Art Appreciation
American Literature Medical Ter-
minology, Anatomy and Physiology r+

Speech Business Law Economics,

Computer Concepts, Computer Software 4t$$ V y'e"
Applications, and Introduction 4.
to Assembler Programming.With 'ri
the additon of a language lab i 1 t- ,
at the Starke Center Spanish is being tt f, s
offered/ for the first time. Another
highlight of the Winter Term is a
class taught by Dr. April O'Connell, r 't s tt; '!, i'Keir?

entitled Children's Theatre which t; r ,es. ::6T
will feature presentations in local
schools designed to involve audience

participation.There .
will also be an EMT Basic

Training Class taught by Ernest ? 1 .1. "
Wigglesworth of Alachua County ,, .." ,
Department of Emergency Ser fuatifv s nderah'ethatSlranr 1111 II" ,, f tog t
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Lake Butler died Saturday morning \9. t'abreerhnl iii fn h"" ..I h. I tW 4, u, ;, J' ''
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Gainesville after a long illness. ? P, }, ', ,ll'f.\I\hI'he..I( IIr.III"\\ ..I'lh.. j + k : + rg'qi r
Mrs. Williams was born in Ft. "' ntiu i ""fth,' .un
White and lived most of her life in ,: thlAuv ieghrnlnRnrr++I perrle'; ; lhnp+'rt" '\ h.' '.'e' 4'. "' t zrtrrln"ureh
Westend North Carolina until .. in +
moving ,ghl fu +rrl I ?xt6r r
to Lake Butler in 1972. She ( .. ?
was a Waft 'a' fl' 'X'S ." t n". Il'rplit F
homemaker and a member of the ...../I.n....?(II" tndr, .t itnptiunn'. dtu I ,
Presbyterian Church. 'urA"n?r h."' ;Ifr y s r"rth.r d. mat C. d'
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Survivors include ? "u I
one daughter to CII'
entitled I
fret" .h..1he\
Hazel Evans of Denver, CO; two ,.wnn......1"11 thtt t uI int tudingbut nol limited I I...rrn"nmdde eanrnr ,t F
sisters Simmons .. .. .. rvh tU, ,
Gladys of / < unit<< I ,.
Gainesville and Mae Evans of lilt.th fanJrr9 n!hI 11'1 or 81I11n"\I'III"' ''''' I'F', I" "n I kL,
Florence, South Carolina. \ "'if/it mIll "ippr>n'r''il' .oon o octet p"'Krnp w n'o.
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Graveside services were held 1 Linder b'F'
by ..
4, > .ihnl fin i 1!,. miiMil.Cfhi ,,' f P..t d ue. Any renu 'lIc1uchIlK.III1II1"a \
Monday in Dekle Cemetery in Lake nj | >j thl mina aem.nlrreewrrJfrr I '"Ca"lo.' i idr.
II, Id.II'cllol\ ,, \ 'L -
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Butler with Rev. Art Peterson officiating It .preminms'nl", .lIond..n op. f '.nndtheruthr "III""
Archer Funeral Home of tierunty' Imrmnu'm 'nttnrne"+
Lake Butler was in charge of arrangements ** 21 ftrlraer.l I |p"npmm/ ''nfiHtrtimtnl n'+ereur rn' I ...h."hnl1 fI.I,.," ,II. ""' F
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Did you know that there are only 1r
six ways carpets are manufactured -

? Every carpet made Is '

tufted, woven, flocked, needle When it comes to home equity loans, some banks advertised by most banks today.** That's :%% lower'than most other banks and less

punched The bonded or knitted. aren't giving you the whole story. That's why With a Florida Federal fixed rate loan at 119%, than half the interest rate you'd pay MasterCard

carpet most commonly Florida Federal wants you to take a closer look you pay off your loan in just 10 years. You'll save and VISA.
seen Is the tufted
floor coverings variety. Tufted before you sign on the dotted line. over$3,500 In interest,***and you'll have the To find out more, drop by Florida Federal

percent of the carpet compose market.over The 90 Take closing costs. These days, seems like convenience of fixed monthly payments and the today. Simply stated, our nbme equity loans are

other five together represent less almost everyone is doing away with themsecurity of a fixed interest rate. We also offer fixed everything we say they are.Florida.

than 10 per cent of the carpet sold including Florida Federal.But we give you more. rate loans with a term of 5 years. And there's ", It"

In the United States. For instance, if you take out a $15,000 home equity never a prepayment penalty. -=-

We sell popular, up-to-date styled line of credit, it will take you more than 25 years to But, if your needs are short-term, we also offer I f Federal I

carpets for the home and office pay it off-even with 5.9% introductory rate a secured line of credit at only prime plus 1 V%.
Stop by our showroom and
look over the wide selection of

goods. AvaiIableonloans. upto$50,000.OffergaodthruDecember 31,1986. "Based on a minimum monthly paymentof1.5ofprindpalbalenca, "'Compired a$15,0(10( line of credit.loan starting' 4'5.9'i1t and adjusting to 1 j;% within 60 d.1YI.

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131 N. Cherry St. 220 N. Main Street 3501 W. University, Ave. 6707 Newberry Road Lawrence Blvd 395 W. Madison, Street 3033 S.W. College Rd.
377-3344 373-8482 375-2700 Sylvan Way 964-5000 237.7204
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I 1)\'I'lIIhl'I' I I. IWK! HSI'HTION: 1'iiKfll I

9t 4 L'awtey'Men Arrested for Burglary I

Four Lawtey residents have been vestigation! ot the burglaries. Phillip; Louis Lee, 21, both of female, 5 feet, 7 inches tall and
arrested in the past week and charged Arrested wereFredrick : Lawtey,were arrested by the Starke weighing about 110 pounds. Anyone
with burglary, grand theft and L. Sanders 24, Lawtey, Police Department for the robberyof with information of the whereaboutsof
-. robbery in a string of 10 burglariesand charged with the burglaries of the the Step Saver convenience storein Jenkins should contact the Brad
.nr.- one robbery over a four week Lawtey Apartments office where Starke. During the robbery of the ford County Sheirff's Apartment,
period in the area, according to Investigator rent monies wsere stolen and the Step Saver, Williams was wearing a phone 9646280.
-:- ". Don Denton of the Brad apartment of Michael Bright. hooded sweat shirt the same as the
.... ford Sheriff's Department.The Jimmie Lee Childers,41,Lawtey, perpetrator in the Lawtey Com- Since the four arrests,Sheriff Red-
r_ was arrested and charged with missary Store robbery where the dish stated, only one incident has oc
': ;;:, situation in Lawtey should burlgary and grand theft from the same mode of operation was used. cured in the Lawtey area which was
I. ease off in view of the four arrests, Dwayne R. Cummings residence in 'A fifth Lawtey resident is being the theft of an outboard motor from
.t .. says Sheriff Dolph Reddish. In- Lawtey.A class ring stolen from the sought by authorities. Andrea R. the open bed of a pickup truck.
vestigator Denton the directpr of Cummings residence was recoveredat Jenkins, 24, from Lawtey is being Sheriff Reddish expresses his ap-
operations for the Sheriff's Depart- a local jewelry store where sought for cashing forged checks preciation of the cooperation given
u. ment; Deputy Doug York, Deputy Childers has old the ring for its gold reported stolen from a burglary of his department by the citizens of
Ladies Seminar.. John Dempsey, and Deputy David value. the Bradford County Telegraph of- Lawtey which aided in the arrests of
Aderholt all participated in the in- Pernell Wade Williams. 28. and fice in Starke. Jenkins is a black the four suspects.
Five Bruilford County Indie's ullfiiili-d u rifi-nt woinm's Neninar.'I'hey were, Martliu .
Mill')!. Edna WniimriKlit. Rosa Monrc. Mary Rtmuir, mill l>oi" CA;.%.

Tyson ArrestedOn

7 Be Wise. .
5 BC Homemakers

4 WarrantsRaymond : Shop

1 I Puce-Wise
Attend Seminar Pernell Tyson 1127 capias stated that Tyson had broken
Cooper Road, Starke was releasedon into an apartment at 922 E.
his own recognizance after hav- Brownlee St., and stolen power hand I I' ,

Five members of the Bradford in conjunction with agents from ing been arrested Monday, Dec. 1, tools.
County Extension HomemakersCouncil other participating counties to con- on 4 warrants.
recently participated in a duct the seminal. Tyson 27, alias "Cool Hand Tyson was arrested by Sheriff's
five part traveling seminar entitled Dr. Elizabeth Bolton, Statel Advisor Luke," was charged with retail Deputy Doug York, assisted by
"Women in Local Leadership". of Gainesville, agents from theft, no valid driver's license, Starke Police Department officers M-1
HurfTiar and grnnH theft flnnPendarvis John Hodges and Randy Russell. Southern
Martha Miley, Edna Wainwright, Lafayette and Columbia counties Relska
Rosa Moore, Mary Bomar and Lois speakers were also on the program. Comfort Jim
Cox, all of Starke attended the Hostesses for the first sessions k Vokda
seminar which met for five con- were Bradford, Levy and Suwannee Beam .
secutive Extension Homemakers.The Arrested -__ ,
Mondays ending on October County 7556B9
20th. Other homemakers represen- seminar was conducted at the 1.75
ting Suwannee, Levy and Sumter County Extension Office in each a Jl h 750gg
counties also participated in the county. gF --
seminar. The final Session was held at Un- Burglary Mischief I' yW.rn..d. 099
The seminar was designed to pro- cle's REstaurant in Gainesville. E
mote leadership development for the Extension Homemakers is an In- -.,.
Extension Homemakers organization. formal educational program. It Frank Pendarvis,30, Lawtey, was Pendarvis entered, or remained in,
Program topics included goal helps!? people learn how to resolve arrested Sunday, Nov. 30, and a mobile home, property of Donna
setting, self esteem, conflict resolu- their problems as individuals charged with burglary of a Wagner, and cut the phone lines.
tion, parlimentary procedure and families and communities. Member residence and criminal mischief. Deputy John Dempsey was the arresting -
protocal, communication public ship is open to all county residents.For According to sheriff's reports, officer.
relations and image building. Diann more information call the '
Douglas, Bradford County Exten- County Extension Office at 964-6280, Rowe Charged Aaron H. Holley B Kentucky Canadian

sion Home Economics Agent worked ext. 284. With Spouse BatteryJames Charged With Theft Cutty Tavern Lord

-- ; Sark ;, Calvert
Lee Rowe,49, was bondedout Aaron H. Holley was arrested at a wl ....;......" '
Special Assistance of fail, after having been arrested local convenience store Sunday, LTR
by Lawtey police officers Nov. 30 at the request of Alachua 150 t i toso I
M.M. Jordan and W.E. Tillotston for County law enforcement officials. ih 750
spouse battery. Records indicate Holley was bornin 675 I
Available for Low Rowe allegedly struck his wife, Starke, but has no current known tC4r 999 599
Doris Rowe, in the head. The inci- address. Alachua County has Holley "
dent occured Sat., Nov. 29. charged with grand theft. -:.

Income FamiliesDepartment Area photographershave

of Health and for each additional person over six. workon 301 Liquors & LoungeI
exhibitThe I
Rehabilitative Services (HRS) Households with income above these r
economic services (AFDC or food limits still may be eligible because color and black and white I :- ,. North\ of Starke on Hwy. 301
stamp) office. Forms also will be some types of income are not
of Jacksonville
The raccoon is one of the OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
available at some city and county More information is Judy Davis and the -
' t welfare offices( ; ,_Qommujify..action", 'available from local' "HRS' ,economic n' hand-colored photographer black and white printsof most that common thrlveln of the suburbia.mammals -: .' VCKAHP.? STORE & LOUNGEt: : /
t agencies, ulitility companies, and Services ifflces.!l: Gainesville photographer Sally
other community organizations. More than 198,150 households applied Brachhold will be on exhibit in the
Applications must be returned to for assistance last year said Visual Arts Gallery of the Perform-
HRS by Monday, December 15. HRS Economics Services Program ing Arts Center at Lake City Com-
Payments to eligible householdswill Supervisor Margaret Quimby and munity College from Nove. 17
be mailed in January and will 172.601 of them received benefits. through Dec. 16.
depend on household income size Starting November 3 low-income The Visual Arts Gallery hours are
and location within the state. Last Floridians can apply for one-time from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
year the average annual paymentwas assistance with home energy costs. through Friday
$103. Due to federal cutbacks,
the average annual payment pro-
bably will be smaller this year. The [3DITORAGC
program does not pay monthly utili- TERWILLEGARMOTORS N r

ty Limits bills. for monthly household In- ,< 5>

come under the Low-Income Home
Energy Assistance Program are: EDDIE STARLlNG-
$491 for one person; $644 for two; :
$836 fpr three; $1,008 for four; $1,181for NEW & USED
ficve; and $1,353 for six. Add$172 CARS & TRUCKS -I S

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deal, let me try to

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Before throwing away Jam "
and Jelly containers fill with 0 eearX
hot water and shake. Use Isiiiil 19'rO'ilOMO, *
the sweetened water when .....
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JUadirlldtUorSpfelal WITH OAAAOE t.ININOROOM. .'. .BEDROOM'S. ,. BEOROOM'a! >
( frlot will Coupon) I NN.arl. : Ill i : >IO* O'O'il'iO;
If yfu ro (oil and don't knew whtra to pll il'I111iItiPll' 9111 ,,
turn, (onto to I" this genius Although" you I I N '' pl ,,u'' I It .-.-.JT ,
hay. toon other rtadtri, ono visit with' i nu- "ORCH
that jreu are somebody Ilain! She hoi the 25 TO fOOD GALLONSCALL
paK from God to help others that mod TODA FOB lOWEST PRICE
heal your ilohnou,your sorrow,, OWN HOME
".rrllli| she will! help" you to better. GAS HEATERHeats OWN YOUR
jobs,moro money,(sickness..,In lore,mar
this and haw to will the ono you love,your up to 5 rooms 40.000 BTU '
lucky number and dates' ,where to find loll completely! Installed with gas, 10 ft. cam Ga.
arKoloa,how,remove a curse or the evil Tubing Included. for Rent !
eye or any other bad luok.Siitor REG. $ )AQOO rt'i.i.-iiri" '[t..vi 11
Sophie Raylino Suoooodi Where "399 NOW
Others live Failed. INCLUDING GAS JACKSONVILLE 7714340
Nouroi 10:00 a.m. '::00 T Oayoan
: p.m.
..>.tl a.tl I Intii a*., 101 e I aa.. FINANCING GAINESVILLE3764677 3 BR 11/2 BA Brick Veneer Home
Private i Consultation ((904)) 7I2-312 I .r....I. ahq..ell o1; x...10..... I + AVAILABLE
with enclosed garage. Lot included.

Payments . AS LOW AS ..

a (Payment Based on Income)

Making your pre-need funeral arrangements

is more than a convenience -

it is almost a necessity. For More Information See Us at. .

.Why postpone making ar Griffis Construction Co.

rangements for your funeral? .'R! -
301 South Starke
Call us or come by for the

plans that are available. OFFICE

I 984-6633 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. 4733028or

Saturday 8 a.m. Noon or

JONES FUNERAL HOME 964-7282 43 M 039

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514 Nona Street Starke 964-6200 Hwy 100 A Cypress St.. Keystone Hqts. 473-3176 p. ..

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I One-Lady Craft Show Set in WS Sat.Mrs I Ii i .

.I : .
Georgia Mizelle a resident of '
Worthington Springs is best 4 P
described person with many
talents and a vivid imagination.
"Miss Georgia" as she is lovingly
called by her friends and neighbors : i
resides in ahouse directly in back of
the town's civic center. I i
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Each year, the first Saturday of ..1f
December she holds a one-man f :f
show and sale in her home. If a person
is interested in something ''i.
unusual or different as a Christmas ; .ji
gift this is the place to go. Her place ,
will be open this year from nine to
five. Saturday December 6. : i \

Upon entering her store the guest :. A 'YI 4 t.; rl 1, .. J
will register for a drawing of a door I
prize and refreshments will be servo .
ed throughout the day. This will give ... )I
the visitors a taste of what Is in store fz:, \ ; I

for the pallate when they purchase ti I 'R 5 f' .,t' : !
the fresh home-baked goodies.
Hundreds of craft items will be on I 0I
sale including, pillow cases with
delict-te hand-made lace and em-
broidery, baby quilts, wreaths
driedf flower arrangements, / Y r
sculptured magnets for the F I
refrigerator door, lap robes, kissing ... 0
balls, tre skirts and ornaments r :
piggy banks many wall hangings
childrens' gifts afgahns and many Annual Show Set... rYOU'RE- 1
more too numerous to list. Georgia Mizelle. or "Miss Georgia" as she is affectionately Springs. f
asked her how
I many items she called holds a one-of-a-kind Christmas dhow Some of the items she has made for this year's show
had hand at that she said ,
on moment each year and It's set for this Saturday in Worthington are displayed at right.
"I have no idea.

Immediately following the sale I managed to come up with and also it is a relaxing way to stay items Miss Georgia subsidizes her
begin making more things for the Christmas birthday and anniversary busy and keep my hand going"Miss income making it a lot easier to
next year's sale." gifts for my family and Georgia said. "I always look for meet her obligations and helps furnish i
Mrs. Mizelle says she gets all of friends," Mrs. Mizelle said. ward to this one day each year. My new materials for all ort a new '
her ideas from visiting various children and grandchildren rally things she plans to make in the
places and reading lots of books. around to help me make this a successful future. w'.
The needlework she learned from "Time passed and the children day and I really appreciatetheir This is one show I must attend so I
from her mother the late Mary grew up and went their separate efforts. will be looking for you to meet me .
Virginia Yarbrough. ways"she continues. "I found I had From the sales of the finished there. Can I count on you?
"She started teaching me much more time to spend with Extended Wear
needlework at the age of 13," Mrs. crafts. Beginning by seeking new "MAYBE GRAUI1 I -
Mizelle said. "The fine art of sewing ideas I joined the Civic Club in 1933 is
fascinated me and still does. Each and with the encouragement of my Contact Lens
time I sew something I want it to husband I started to try for bigger FOR
look better"than the last item I made and better things. The results I try to Sir Isaac Newton, originator of the theory of the law of THE from
each time. show everyone at this annual show." gravity, had a hobby-alchemy, the"science"of tryingto HOLIDAYS
In time she married W. Brodie
After the loss of her husband Mrs. create gold from other metals.
Mizelle and moved to the Mizelle Georgia sold the farm and moved
farm in Worthington Springs. There back to Worthington Springs to take fi'i' rf I LOCATED AT: \
she worked side by side with her hus up her creative talents in earnest. I i US 301 S & Edwards Road
band not only to raise their daily The Eyeglass Store
meals but a family as well. In her You would never know from look- Across from Community Bank
spare time she managed to pursue ing at her work that she suffers from SHOPFor 964.8588 CJ\J
her passion for creating things of arthritis and is in pain at times. She GRAF.vssin 0 0 o
beauty out of odds and ends and an never complains about and "just JOHES
amazing variety of scrap materials. smiles and keeps on working". St rkp
"During the Depression years "You see, this gives me somethingto I Hwy Gills tor Mos : Quality, Service, Super SavingsIt's
times were hard but I always do to keep my mind off the pain o Handmade 6"I I
] A Fact, We Can Save You Money! I
1rw'rrr, : : : I ? Check >\ith us before l >on go any w SANDRA LEE, OWNER. LICENSED OPTICIAN

f,( :, i i'f" All Your Craft Supply Needs... '."
.Don Parts "Beads .Gilder Swings Eyes Examined In Our Office :
\ .Yarn Patterns Toy Chests II j
.Thread Ribbon Paints/Brushes f by Independent Optometrists. J

1i .Floss Styrofoam Stencil Paints& Patterns /'
d SUk Flowers //
1 .Seth Roses for Earrings S /ill HOLIDAY
'f i->jr iA.Crosstltch \
"- Framing
1 Framing Body f Wave Curlies
Il ; Porch Swings Helene --

... . $Z5 Men's i
Specifics 10
Stylecuts . . . l
Paul Mitchell
Women's i
Odorless . $35
. $141
Style CutsTanning . . .
(Haircut Included)

Hl-Utes Sessions I . . ea. $51*;
: or Frost . . . $25 .
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C.J.'s SAWMILL UFor . . . 25'
..Halrcolor. I . . $15

TREATED 10' 12' 14' 16' Hairplanes.,
1'x4' 1.00 1.40 1.50 1.70
( 1'x6' 1.40 1.65 2.00 2.50 J'B I i
2'x4' 1.70 2.15 3.20 737 S. Walnut SI.Slarke .
Fl 32091 964-4645 !
2'x4'Brtgllt( ) 1.25 1.70 Z'D 2.60 .1
2'x6' 2.60 3.30 5.58 Paul Mitchell Systems
2'xS' 3.70 4.60 6.30 1.25-

4'x4' 3.50 4'x4'xS' (#3)) 2.5Q 1
he resemblance of things that
"Wit consists in knowing t 1
differ,and the difference of things that are alike 496-2425

Madame de Stael i---------------------------Highway II 4 Miles West of Worthlngton Springs Perfect Christmas }

(o a ( For i

RICHARD'S SHOES 101 964-7353 E. Call' Street White Chrome Spoke 1 t

Downtown Starke Spoke Wheels up to 15x1 ,

THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY. DECEMBER 4, 5 & 6 Wheels 26 95 ea $32.95 I


SALE .. /I


LADIES GRAB TABLE All Tires Made in the Good Old U.S. of A.


$2 $4 3tx10.SOx.15 . '58.00 P195-75B14 .. . '2SOO

.31 x 11.50x15 . '67.00 P205-75B14 .. . '32.M

sandals for all seasons / 33x12:5Ox15.78.00; P215-75B14.... . '33.08
Hundreds of shoes
pairs -r 9x15 IT . . . '59.00 P205-75B15. .. . '3l.oo

Shoes on tables and racks for easy shopping H ( P225.75B15r.. '33.00
M.OO Extra to Balance Tire P235-75B13 '38.JOJ
Hundreds of styles and colors Sizes 5-11 Radial' XL Multi Mile Whitewall

..PI5S.S.RMI3. . . . . . "30.00
MEN'S CLEAN-UP SALE P165 80H-13 . . . . . '32.00
'P 9$75RI'Q n . . '37.00
P20S 75R-1 n "39,00
\\ft.1.ft. "
P205 7R-15 .. ;. . ..' . .. '42.00

1 /2 Price & Less P225 75R-15 . ..wp'. . . . . 43.00 v
9 to'4 .. P235 75R-15 . . . . . . '44.00.
Odds 'N Ends Reg. '19" to *89"
Many Styles Special Summer profitBRAKE NO NIOOCN CO'I OM AUM MPAJRS ?

CASUAL SHOES BY. or Rear Front End Alignment'Inclodx
DRESS Servicew 4495 ...'......_...,4 tat.to I*nuMw.turara .

Stacy Adams Hushpuppies.* Barclay Freeman Jarmen ._lor mm'ln>g..cl....rtc unfuutm_ <.... fra t.DMIIUtilm .-.. |
MI-fLa': .(Mm.raigrtM., 'I.:=..: m.ewnuNUta" CK.nKn..e..m.>.,?,
Georgia Northlake Converse Astro I. Cavalier A. t eel a-.Heal-e..n nl 4(w mew....."'.,ert.t> WIlli Ilr.,....... *10KCorbett's
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Johnsonian and many, many more! e 5 yearBattery
Tires & Service

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MASTER CARD MENS, LADIES, CHILDREN'S SALE! Monday-SaturdaY HOURS: 9:30-5:38 964-6436 39M .

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nuiiiuiiMyuirua, the smallest birds in the, world, are native omy I. tot h e I
Western hemisphere. Thank You five grandchildren. Jackson, MI; three sons, Ronald A. Chassahowitzka, Fla: and one .t
The family of the late Mrs. Francis Funeral services were held Saturday & Guy D. Henman, Jr., of Jackson, sister: Mrs. Frank (Ruth) Borlee of
Clark Davis would like to thank Nov. 29, at Highland Baptist MI and Donald D. of DeFiance, OH; Gainesville.
Church with Rev. Ed. Scheetz of one sister, Josephine Lintz, Detroit Joseph's remains were crematedand
card everyone. Perhaps you sent a lovely ficiating. Burial was in Highland MI; twenty-two grandchildren and a memorial service will be held
or sat quietly in a chair.
Baptist Church Cemetery under the thirty-three grandchildren. at a later date. Anyone wishing to
Perhaps sent beautiful flowers
if you them direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Funeral services will be held at make a memorial gift is asked to
so, we saw there.
Perhapsyou Home of Starke. 10:00a.m.: in DeWittC. Jones Chapelon send a donation in Joseph's name to:
sent kind
or spoke words, v
as any with American Diabetes Association,
friend could Friday, December 5, 1986 The
not there at all say.but Perhaps you were Windsor Uke) T Rev. Charles Starling conductingthe 2550 9th St., Suite 114, Berkley,
thought that
EichelsderferMr. services. Burial will follow in California, 94710. Mark the donationfor
day. Whatever you did to console us, Lake Cemetery under the research, please. Joseph was a
thank and T. (Ike)
we God smile Windsor
you may
direction of Jones Funeral Home of severe diabetic since the end of
upon each and every one of you. Eichelsderfer, 72, of Santa Fe Lakein Starke. WWII.
Rayfield Perry and family Melrose died Thursday, Nov. 27,
in Alachua General Hospital in
Betty Jean Mosley Gainesville following a brief illness. Joseph Lee Geiger Cecil W. BrannenMr.

d Mrs. Betty Jean Mosley. 49, of Mr. Eichelsderfer was born in Joseph Lee Geiger,66, formerly of Cecil W. Brannen, 78, of Lake
1.J Friday Dec. 5 4 to 7 \A Highland, Fla., died November 26, Cleveland, OR, on Jan. 16, 1914 and Lake Butler, passed away Monday, Butler,died Monday afternoon in the
: p.m. \ moved to Melrose 30 from Alachua General in
in .
::: 1986 at her home following a brief illness. years ago Dec. 1, Richmond California.He Hospital
Great Bend, Pennsylvania. Mr. Is the son of Mr.and Mrs. M,P. Gainesville after an apparent heart
20% Mrs. Mosley was a native of Mt. Eichelsderfer formerly operatedIke's Gieger. His father served as princi- attack.
Off Entire Stock
Dora- FL and moved to Bradford Fish Camp on Santa Fe Lake, ple of Union County High School dur Mr. Brannen was a lifelong resi-
County at an early age.She attended retiring in 1973.Survivors ing the 1930's and Joseph and all of dent of Union County. He retired ,
; Register fan Special Drawing Bradford County schools and was a include his wife, Edna his brothers and sisters graduatedfrom from the City of Lake Butler several :
'1000 1st Prize SATURDAY ONLY! homemaker and a member of Case Eichelsderfer; four sons, UCHS. years ago after serving 29 years as
Highland Baptist Church. James W. (Jim), Melrose, Robert Joseph obtained a Bachelor's Supt. of Public Works. He was also
*500 2nd Prize Buy 1 Reduced Dress Survivors include her husband, (Bob), Port St. Lucie, David L., degree and a law degree from the Chief of Police in Lake Butler for '
I '250 3rd Prize or Sportswear Item Marcus "Charlie" Mosley; one son, Florahome and Ross, Keystone University of Florida and he and his many years. He was a member of
DeWayne Mosley of Clay Hill; three Heights; daughter JoAnn Welsh, wife, Lucille, owned a home in the First Baptist Church of Lake
No.Purchase Is Required!!! Get 1 of equal value FREEKENWI daughters, Karen Donnie Melrose; brother, Jerome Gainesville for many years. Lucilleis Butler.
111 W. Call Street Mosley and Deana Mosey all of Eichelsderfer, St. Augustine; sister, the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. T.M. Survivors include his wife, Edith .,
N'S 964-8824 Lawtey; her mother, Minnie Testonof Evelyn Babcock, Binghampton, Riherd of Lake Butler. Thornton Brannen; one son, Glenn
Lawtey; one brother, Vernon NY; seven grandchildren. Joseph served as a U.S Naval of- F., Lake City; one sister, R. V. ..
Teston of Little Rock, Arkansas; Memorialization was by crema- ficer during World War II. He was Green, Macclenny; two brothers,
-' tion with burial to be at a later date. trained on the USS Paine State and Ressie Brannen, Jacksonville Beach
-" In lieu of flowers donations may be served on the destroyer Talbot in the and Seeber Brannen of Macclenny;
.' .Special Hours: Sundays 1:00: p.m. til 5.00 p.m. made to the Crippled Children's Coral Sea. two granddaughters, Jackie & ..

: NOW Tuesday.. .& Thursday- .-9.:-30- a.m. til..8:00. :......,.,p.m... Fund, c/o Morocco Temple Box When the war ended he was Christie.
00 .' > $ *. 'r ";." :!t'm -- 52085, Jacksonville, FL 32202, in the employed by U.S. Steel in Pitt- Funeral services were held
name of Mr. Eichelsderfer. Jones sburgh, California, and later retired Wednesday in the First Baptist
Funeral Home of Keystone Heightswas for health reasons. Church of Lake Butler with Rev.
I [ FISHER.Plus in charge of arrangements. He and his wife owned and Melvin Owen officiating. Burial was
operated the Valley Manor Nursing in Dekle Cemerty under the direction -
% OFF Guy Daniel Ilenman, Sr. Home in Concord, California.As of Archer Funeral Home of
STEREO SYSTEM -- FISHERSTEREO Mr. Guy Daniel Henman, Sr., 84, a UF undergraduate he earned Lake Butler.
of Starke died Monday, December 1, what was then the highest grade
WITH C/D PLAYER & REMOTE CONTROL 1986 in Alachua General Hospital in acheived in the general college and M
Gainesville following a short illness. as an upperclassman he was electedas
Powerful 100 Watt SPEAKERS
r,' AMP Mr. Henman was born in Michiganon Chancellor of the Honor Court and ,
Digital AM/FM Tuner November 3, 1902 and moved to voted into the Student Hall of Fame. '
S DoubleCassettew/ Starke in 1972 from Grass Lake, He is survived by three daughters: t.
Michigan. He was a member of the Mrs. Gerhardt (Ingrid) Jaster and
Dolby/Auto Reverse Protestant faith and a retired Mrs. Reinhardt (Lynn) Jaster, both
Compact Disc Player machine operator, Hancock of Germany and Eve, who Studies show high temperature
5 Band Equalizer Manufacturing Co., Jackson, MI. teaches music in Gainesville. He is exert a measurable and humidity Influence can-
Survivors include his wife LucilleE. also survived by 5 grandchildren.
15" 3-Way Speaker System on learning and memory ..
Henman; three daughters, Joseph is also survived br two
Linear Tracking TurntableSAVE Catherine Schoening, Starke, brothers: Dr. Eric Geiger Pen- processes. Examination
scores are lower in hot
sacola and Robert of
Rosemary Lewis & Elsie Soule, Geiger classrooms.


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1971 FORD CONVERSION VAN dual FOR SALE LAND LINK FENCE Installed Freeestimates. I'' rWfll !Jo.REALTY'

A/C auto ps. pb. cruise, Ice box with IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after Handy-Man Fence) Co. (!
tink. $4900 FIRM. 9644514. 10/30 LOOK AT THIS! Just remodeled for you. 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tIn Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 tfn
tfnchg 1,720 sq. ft. CH/A w/ottlc fan 3 or 4 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows,
ENGINES, factory remanufoctured. All BR 2 full tile bath, equipped kitchen five acres cleared GREAT for country etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY I Vh : .
mak. diesel/gas for cart & trucks 19 x 20 great room closet galore, living or for Investment such a* mobile 9646078. Order also taken In Lake g ...
Warranted. 10% over factory Invoice. fenced back yard w/tool shed. home park animal farm etc. Severalmoney Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, 964-7776
drive A walk.Don't PHONE rn-
496-2411 p.m. 4733693. 1l/204tpd Saratoga Hgts Concrete making tree $28,000cash 473-4973, 2/26 tfn
12/11 miss this bargain. By owner. Coll or $12,000 down pecan and payments of HANDYMAN carpentry, painting, electrical 205 N. Temple Starke I ICecelia
172 K-5 BLAZER 4X4, V-8 PT reor.nd, today. 473-7541 or 475-2597. 11/13 $230 month. Starke area call 964-6493. complete home> repair.
HD auxilary 3-speed tront., 12.50 x 33 tfnchg Reasonable rates Licensed contractor A
RVT om/fm cassette radio, recently DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER and 2 acres of tfnjo Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfi Terwlllegar
tun.d up new clutch and pressure land, 29000. Call 964.4290. 12/4 2tpd FAIRFIELD ROOFING Free estimate
plot. GREAT for hunting $1000. Call 12/11 COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE Licensed Insured and bonded. All .Today and always may God bestow His love on you.
964 6493 or 964-4430. 11/20 tfnlo BY OWNER 4 BR block home, 2 baths, types of roofing and repairs. 465-1556 The friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
CADILLACS MERCEDES, PORSCHE, ETC., central air S heat living room withfireploce or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg
direct from Government. Seized In big kitchen family room 2 ROOF COATING. Single wldes starting .!2B.ress.. ....--.... __..____.........___
drug raids Available your area. Save car garage, Inground pool 1 1/4 acres NORTHWEST. CORNER OF Call a Thompson at $135. Doublewldes starting at $150. SPECIAL
$$thousands 216-453-3000, ext. just landscaped out of town Assume Streets: 2 story masonry building. One year guarantee against leaks. Sr,
A4259. 12/4 Itpd 9% mart. 69500. neg. 964.8239 after Clyde W. Simpson 356.68..9.10TF citizens discount. Also relevellng done. FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage,
1972 SUPERIOR COACH 2200 MOTOR 6 p.m 12/ 2tchg 12/11 2 RETAIL SPACES FOR LEASE. 1.250 & Call for free estimates. 964690.10/16 and screened deck overlooking Crosby
HOME fully contained, new fires, awnIng 2.750 sq. ft. Hwy 3015.964.8848.11/20 tfnchg drive-In boathouse

8 brakes Cruise control. 4K BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES tfnchg EXPERT WELDING farm machinery S all Lake Inlet.__CHgA._.... _39995._."' ...... _to ___ _'- .....--.*-, ..
dual air Lg. 2 dr, elec./gas Will build anything to
generator types repairs. .SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ac. plus 700 ft. bldg. 4
refrlg. For further Info call 7823530. LOSTFOUNDREWARD your needs. "HAVE WELDER WILL
12/4 Itpd TRAVEL". For more Info & free spaces rented $200 a month. Trailer sales space rents for

1981 DODGE RAM 150 TRUCK, 57,000 EASY EXTRA INCOME. Provide noon estimates, call ROLLINS, 904-964-7499, $1,000 a month.
miles, 3 speed with over drive. $2450 meal to shut-In In Hampton. Call collect for Information on recovery of keep trying. 11/20 l Itpd l/27fnchg ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100'x
964-8358. 12/4 I Itchg ((301)) 963-8495 evenings 12/4 7tpd 2 revolvers stolen from my home on or CONSIDERING AN ABORTION? Get free Trimmedout
1975 DODGE TRADESMAN 100 Van 6 1/15 around the first of last week. Purchaseprice Pro-life facts Your name not re 192' lot, 2 utility sheds, pump well and septic tank.
cylinder power steering power $9.99/$13.88 SHOE STORE Open your will be refunded to buyer In K22 exchange quested. Correspondence confidential.Send In lovely banana bushes, $17,000. .
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brakes carpeted. $600. 9648969. 12/4 for name of seller S & To Life, P.O. Box 256 130' lot. $10,000.
own shoe store In the Starke area. 22 cal. to: Right RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom, 65' x
1 Itpd Total merchandise Investment from only Inch blue, black roger grips Lawtey FL 32058. 12/4 Itpd 1 / BA CH/A, large family
franchise Ruger security six 357 mag. blue 2 3/4 EXTRA CHRISTMAS MONEY We .EASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR, ,
$4950 to $7950. or up
front fees. Contact Mr. Goodwin In barrel Contact J. Crlssman 964.8429 buy trees ligustrum, holly crepe myrtle room with fireplace formal living & dining room, utility room,
BOATS 904-7336899. ll/204tpd 1211LIVESTOCK home, Tackle Box or City Police. 12/4 .tc. 5 ft. & up. Call LSD Tree Service Access to beautiful Crystal Lake. See to appreciate .

2tpd 12/11 DAY. hound 4311285. 12/4 Itpd 12/11 Itchg 'OWNER MUST MOVE Cedar board and batten, fireplace
1974 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. puppy 3 months old black, brown & BABYSITTING weekend Call In my after 5 p.m.. 9644059. range refrlg., d/w, CH/A, fenced yard city water & sewer,
Mercury and trailer $1800. Dale white. Lost In area of Country Club 12/4 Itpd approx. 1.456 sq. ft. Assum. mortgage, $56,000.
Brown 964.6050. 10/2 tfn 2 ARABIAN COLTS 1 papered very levelheaded near 230. 964 6539. REWARD. 12/4 VISA/MASTERCARD-Get your card TODAY RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH OR IN A LOVELY LANDSCAPED .

For Info call 4311665. 12/4 Itchg I Also New Credit Cord NO ONE SURROUNDING! 2 BR, 2 BA, doublewide mobile
1 Itpd 12/11 I Itchg REFUSEDI! Call 1-518-459-3546 Ext.
I!. I!. I!. C40C3JC2pLJpOpLaOC'Jt!!J- nwoo ti>m pve t7FjOpr3RS. HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL C-3377.. hrs. 12/4 3tpd 12/18 home. 1.16 acres. Close to Crosby Lake Public Landing.
ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS New 3 BR, 1'12 BA brick home,


weight control, smoking tress, etc. JOY TO LIVE IN Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

Hwy 301 2 Blks S of SR 100 For help please call 9644433. 10/9 ? Need a date? Write Datetlme. spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
tfnchg 700 E. Llndsey, Suite 158 Norman.
221 W. Lafayette Street Oklahoma 73069. 11/26 4tchg 12/18 skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. 44000.
UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
Kingsley Lake Village. 30500.
964-5069 .GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with |

REALTOR approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave $50,500.

Susan M. Faulkner GRI, CRB prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10%

PRESIDENT Phone : 964-4544 for 10 years). Reduced) $16,750.
.EXCELLENT BUY 80 ACRES $96,000 Heavy pines 20 acres

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

Irene L. Faulkner 964.5142 1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke, Florida .THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon

Lucille Spry 964.8420 I Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, 35000. Gread Getaway

(/J Marty Russell 473.7694 Farms CommercialNo IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd 100

Bobby Biggs 964-7331 Charge to List Your Property for Sale East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4

Mary Durden 964-7358 Call and discuss It with us. acre fish pond with fish!

with lots BEAUTIFUL NEW COUNTRY HOME 3 BR, 2 BA 2-story cedar home, 2,200sq. AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange 8
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA 1 BR, 1 BA ft. living area 1.200 sq ft. covered porch, great design. Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba., CHSA, LR DR, family room & patio

of extras, CH/A, ceiling fans, screened porch, (/J LIVE THE SATISFIED COUNTRY LIFE Brick home on 5 fenced acres 3 BR. 2 HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick colonial

I fenced yard.CRYSTAL BA, family room with fireplace, large eat-In kitchen utility Jacksonville.room 58000. home off Geiger Rd.4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq.
Cecil Super
LAKE ACCESS 3/2, CH/A, fireplace, home on 5 acres has 3 BR, 2 BA great room with field stone fireplace. ft10.09 acres-Many: amenities. :1 i x
fans 2 REDUCED. i CH&A central vacuum and stereo, workshop and fishpond $74,900.. SO CLOSEI ,1032 E. Call SP.,? 3 BR"M) .bmhl43OOd.O; UY
dishwasher, ceiling car garage. VALUE PACKED OFFER Beautiful brick home on 1 acre, 5 BR, 2 BA living 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both 'sides of Browriltfe Rd.
MOBILE HOME with 10 acres of trees. kitchen with snack bar. Inside
i *3/2 pecan room with fireplace, dining room large eat-in Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.

OVER 2 ACRES on State Road 16. YOU utility KNOW room THE enclosed. MEAT BUSINESS garage.DO ? Buy this meat processing plant on INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County, Partially

LARGE C/B HOME on 7 acres with building for 20 acres and be your own boss. Good home building site. Priced to sell. subdivided, highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per

business. RUSTIC HOME IN THE COUNTRY 1 BR 1 BA large living room CHSA acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream I

stove and dishwasher all on 1 acre. ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
home CH/A
CLOSE TO SCHOOL. Large frame LOW PRICED HOME GOOD BUY CB home on shaded lot, 3 BR, 1 BA
NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development

fenced yard. screened porch. living room on 1 acre with large SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000
2 ACRES with 3 BR, 1 Vt BA, frame home on pay (/{Jed shade trees WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.

i road. DUPLEX UNIT Ideal for retired couple, 2 BR 1 BA living.dining-kitch.n PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.

LAKE BUTLER frame 2 BR, 1 BA home. Good for combo. SELECTED PROPERTIES .SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.

r::.g small family or investment. 10 ACRES In South Clay County Residential-Agriculture, 17900. .FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.

HAMPTON Paved road frontage. 85 acres Less 105.2 BEAUTIFUL ACRES In NE Alachua County. Priced to sell. 1.37 ACRES-State Rd 100 East $7,700.
10 ACRES In Bradford County 13th Street, N.E. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.
1 than $1200 per acre.i 20 ACRES In NW Bradford County very good water. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.
DEERFOOT TRAIL Nice lake lot for sale. 14.05 ACRES SW Bradford County with pecan trees and 2 wells.
LAWTEY AREA-Five acres 13000.
Graham zoned for mobile home.LAKE
4.55 ACRES and 2.16 acres near
Driveway complete. LOTS Sampson Inlet. Sampson lake and Crosby Lake, Owner financIng .15 ACRES HWY 1833000. One mile off 301.

i SAMPSON LAKE SHORES Call for information. OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.
fenced several scattered CITY LOTS located on Hwy. 16 W, only 2 blocks from 301. RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, $4,500.
22 ACRES some pasture, CITY BLOCKS 8 blocks in NE Section.
LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story 1 acre.
oak & pine with a few pecan trees, approx. CITY BLOCKS Two and one-half blocks.
r::. LOT NEAR ALTO LAKE Zoned for mobile I home. After Hours
500' on paved road. HWY 301 SOUTH 146ft. frontage.
I Pauline
INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY (pullet farm), I HWY 301 SOUTH 4.5 acres with approx. 208 ft. frontage Randolph

with nice home & mobile home all this on 36 acres. COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15.000 sq ft. floor space. Priced to sell Anne Randy Terwillogar Cory Nelson 475-2597 473-7541

27 ACRES at $600 per acre.



A-1 ACRE with well & driveway, house or mobile AFTER HOURS:
| Wayne Douglas.....9646593l Novis Ward..........964-7454
home. Greene..533-2121 Bill Dodd..964.7408 David Lawson Paint & Body Shop
l John
OVER 2,800 SQ. FT. office space or retail call Irving Clark..964.7188 Cindy Kurlmay......964-7408 Insurance, Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

for details. Tom Bement..964.6439 Don Hood..468.1905

REDUCED $21,500 3 BR, 2 BA frame, nice lot, James Dllts...........964-8629 Patsy Lawson..964.6927 ] 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133"N

large screen porch, carport. i

I ONLY $32,000.3 BR, 1 BA, CH/A, fenced yard,

close to
ENERGY EFF. "A" FRAME 4 BR 1I *3 BR BRICK HOME on 3.64 acres newly 1
THIS HOUSE HAS EVERYTHING beautiful 3 BR, 1 C [I I Bath* 2 fireplaces CHSA. pool & many renova'ed kitchen. CHSA paneled I
walls picture window house Is nestled I
brick 2 Only 57000.
2 BA veneer. ; Broker extras on acres.
amidst 8 trees. Just reduced!
DOUBLEWIDE with built.on's, *LARGE HOME CUSTOM Owner Is ready for an offer
It. .
4/2, CHSA 1900 plus olsurr
workshop, garage, pool. Hwy 16 W. OUTLAW ,.,.., acre sq. *MINI-FARM Between S'oike and, (.?.,,
t mtg.THIS Butler 4/2, CHSA on 8 aci. Extras: Large ]
CASH $3.500 Terms $3,900.1 acre. Hwy. 100 E. i DAVID t, DODGE, MS A ; ,KYPPi WAtERS HOME IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED I CB bldg. S large pole barn. .
ResV 9S4S94tRes. Next to school. Huge fenced yard 3 Br.,
*WE HAVE 4/10 ACRE TRACTS at $2,000 per acre. Designated Appraise : sunken family room w/fireplace. lg.screened EXECUTIVE LIVING, Country Club. I I
964-3370 x irtHITKATHDtriOPAtDICKSONf Many many ammenlties, In this :3 BR 2
9644522 back. CH/A, side
Road [ porch on by
Res. 964-56** BA brick home, approx., 1776 sq. ft .if I
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT in city, Hwy. 16 W. STARKE. FL. Rts. 564-7333 SUZANNE KIT CHENS side Immaculate.refrlg., trash Priced compactor at 61000.Absolutely .luxurious living. .
I ROAD 225, close to Northside Baptist Church FOR PERFECTIONISTS ,hIS home, atfers area building. lots on Bessent Road 8 |
2Vi acres. so much' for so little A proven floor Flume Rd.
2 For cor-
BR 2 BA Brownlee Rd. plan Iminocuiotefmaintained 32'kg.family rejoin Nome S HUllltM""U'S DREAM 3f2. CHSA
4 port. above ground pool. Dbl A 20 X
2 BR, 1 BA, CH/A, kitchen equipped, nice carport grounds.' celleijj (' ,otiof'., .i'oJ,85 upstairs room M be garage completed >..i
Frame & brick. Commoiiclal *A VALUAttLklarge Oi.rft\Ali\: \ I So dvft hove your own prlva'e BR suite. All this
c & garage. I gracious hiP!!re. Iwlkr) Iltk I ;pnly $66.000.
LOTS IN TOWN priced to sell. ANEW HIT AIL PROFtSilONALBUILDING privileges. This crystartlebr VJrTng fad. *COMPLETELY REMODELED frame

*49 ACRE FARM call for details. *KEYSTONE from AREA.$15,000 5'"Aer.12500.-'raefreduced cash with flow.plenty Located of parking the busiest and lake Is lust minu'es fro ,P K&;y,1oJ'fS'dC'c.n.d iStarkel 1\. home excellent condition on '/, acre.
positive I The spacious family New carpet throughout, 3 ceiling Ions
LOTS AVAILABLE JOINING GOLF COURSE frontage C-m "ieo; Us'' section of Starke.COMMERCIAL with a brick Iti.p.IW dIi!! lt.t. AKEA Mobile i
WE HAVE LAND Sine win well *Kt !>lOH home with
on Hwy. 230. & sep'lc auk. Building los, BLDG. Many uses. 138 bay.window. Show By oPP"'nmen'' n. lake access ,Immaculate. 23900. (Central '
WALNUT ST. 2 story home, living area plus 2 acreage from\l acre and up. Snore. N. Water St. $25.000. day.lyl I Priced low $80's. CalMbr; l ,tt H & A).

back into original home, Ig. lot with owner financing. See Us Today *lNVeSFOK: fines3i. S/D. Pavedroad Walk *HOME BEAUTIFUL $15,200-on 2 acres
apartments or put Owner financ *LOCATION LOCATION! 10'| 3/2-1700 sq. ft., CH/A. many extras
with wrap-around porches. Priced at $49,900. Call stocked lake, through property. everything. Neat os'a pin and manicuredyard. *COUNTRY HOME ycu\ earned, of
LIVING on ing. _
lot paved will yam. tit'j owning. It has veiy'i..,, yl! 4/2 over
showing. I swimming pool, large on FMOM THE CROWDS. You
for a large AWAY .
.ON GOluki. Ul.. .rt split pion 2.000 ft. Price educed
with sq tuii i 2000.
ESTATE SALE Approx. 15 acres, nice 3 BR, 2 BA I street with sidewalk. Brick home love the privacy this home offers 4/3. mobile, home nn 1 ac e Iud.sj glassedIn I
I over 2.200 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 BA, large enter.taming 2,100 sq. Its plus an extra large garaqe.Many skirting awiUSl; O,1ag. shed .UUUItL WI>( "n 4.81 acres 3'2.
barn trees, some fencing. This pro other amenities. features on 1.76 porch CHSA ,
home, pecan I area. Many outstanding A ou'slde lights. Price Reduced. extra nice own.r
perty must sell within a 30 day period. :iOUTH OF STARKI 2 corners at US acres. a PERFECT IN-LAVV HOUSING, or 2 ready for a sale.BEAUTIFUL .
LOVELY HOME 4 BR, 2 BA, formal living & dinI I 301 A SR 18. 2 Money Makers NCAI A>A..4 A ..... /uumStax.: families. 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. Architect designed CUSTOM Brick 4/4 BUILT, 3,200 HOME-
Priced lor quick sale. 24500. Separate, living! ,but dose enough to plus
chain link fence. Mid 50's. j PRISONS 2 BR, 1 BA on 1 ofStark. of luxurious living with many amenities
frig, double carport, CLOSE TO WEll ESTABLISHED commercial keep a check on each other North 1\\
INVESTMENT PROPERTY REDUCED to $75,000. 1 I acre, 12 x 32 utility bldg. Priced to sell. .building across from Community Bank.Pilee.hos .. From 2 to 60 acres OWNER FINANCED I l'

I h'.; .jse and 6 furnished apartments. Financing) 1S29.900.] *WEST OF LAWTEY C.B., 3 BR 2 BA on move.pr
available$ $ 2 arses. Call for-appointment.



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Weekly by an
Wot.rs St. Rain cancels, $4.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn monthly
Thursday & Mobile Homes and for PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile
spaces renl. efficiency apartment, 1 or 2 BR, Not too cheap and not too high If 1 interested
CHEVY 4x4 PARTS V ton,
Friday 8 til ?? 12/4 Itchg\ anything you Recreational vehicles welcome. Phono call 4732919. 11/6 homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free for
YARD SALE Flea n..d--Axl.s, front or auto tfnchg dial 90..73.337. appoint
Market Sot:, Dec. 6. 9 rear 964.7498.9/16 tfn MOBILE HOMES estimates Call Rob 4733590. 11/6
until ?? Lot b.hlnd 01.Trunk (((310 East transm., transfer cases, 2 diff.r.nt NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 FOR RENT $150 per tlnchg ment. Itchg 12/4
month. furnished 1974 Rl-250 SUZUKI dirt bike,
Call) six or more families & dealers. types; spring lift blocks, big U bolts. BA apt. For more Information call lake Partially Keystonearea. LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. completely
473-2026. Bolens 10
11/6 overhauled $250 HP
Furniture, tables, high' chair clothes Call 9645812. TFc. Butler 496-314), tfnchg Call The Lawn Barber ;
Apts. Equal Oppoi LAKE GENEVA 1 473-3590. FreeEstimates. 42" rider Proline
linens, tools NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. or 2 BR furnished good cond.. $350;
stand kitchen
.ngln. tunlty 6/7 11/6
Housing. tfnchg tfnchg
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each.. Great Retired or handyman caretaker couple cross bow 150 Ib. pull with ext., $300.;
cabinet trunks, books Christmas ROOMS FOR FLOOR SAGG1NG-DOOR
RENTS Magnolia Hotel. $8 DRAGGING -
preferred $200 to$275 473-7269 girls 10 speed $30; dehumidifier $20
and mo. or
crafts, produc., .tc. Doorprlzes.. for patching\ repairs. TELEGRAPH per night. From $35 per week. Discount 376-7749 House out of level? Call LaRue LevelingService 20' aluminum
9640012. 135 W. Call St. 9646305. or 3788622. 11/6 tfnchg ladder $25; Sears 6 HP
12Itpd offered for longer term. Apply in person. HOUSE FOR RENT for all your foundation tiller, $200. 4733925. 12/4
YARD SALEt D.c. 6, 9 til ?? Corn.rof ROLLS OF HAY: 2520. All hay und.r on beautiful Silver Itpd
Magnolia Walnut 473-7721. 11/6
p.m. Hotel St. across repairs tfnchg
Lake. 2 BR, CH/A table HONDA ATC200.3 wheeler 1983 good
pool I
& large barn on west side of Hwy 16 on acre
Thompson Weldon. Clothes & from Post Office. TF lot IN COOPERATION with the new ad.
about miles north of Starke $375 month. 904-247-I604. 11/6 condition. 4753014. Itpd 12/4
7 toward
Items. 12/4
FOR for for
RENTNewly dressing policy Clay County .
tlnchg 12 CU. FT. Kenmore freezer, $150
FAMILY YARD SALEi Fri & Sat. 8. 4 prison. Order your hay and leave It ;
at decorated furnished mall box and housenumber
everything laundry FOR LEASE new name plates
-1 1. 2. & 3 bedroom ef queen size mattress 8 box springs,
und.r barn until need
1002 Butler Rd., Starke. Items my you it. energy
Many facilities included. Video room ficient send check or money order to
apartments, 475-1048 $100; pair of lamps, green mosaic tile,
household goods. Clothes In all sizes, Delivery avallabl. at extra charge. Ar available. Will accept one child no 475-2052 between 7 am.10 11/6 or Hodges Engraving 8 Trophies, Rt. 1 Box $30; beautiful Walnut stereo console
many for $1. 12/4 Itpd thur Gaskins 782.3727 or 964-6167, pets Palms Apis., 2313 N. TempleAve. tfnchg p.m. 387 Keystone Heights FL 32656. $5.50 Motorola $100. 4732889. Itpd 12/4
GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sot Dec. 5 & 6. 10/30 tfnchg ., Stark. 32091. 5/1 TF 3 BR-J for house number or mall box plate.
Qu..n size sofa sleeper baby-bed HAYi ALICIA $25 p.r roll at farm.D.llv.ry ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS DOUBLEWtDE mobile home 12/4 tfnchg BEDROOM SET X-MAS PRESENT Queon
available. 7 mil. of (Oak Forest). $275 month. $100 securi size solid fruitwood bed
west poster includes
stroller elec
highchair, walker AVAILABLE
for as little as $50 per No FURNITURE & ANTIQUE Refinlshlng.Hand .
Stark. Rd. 16. Gaskins. ty. pets Avollabl. 12/1/16. larg. lighted dresser
heater sewing\ machine, roll away on Jimmy week or $200 per month which Includes rubbed oil finish Call Joe double
bed carp.t. tools, pots & pans, dishes, 9648356. 11/13 tfnchg all utilities and no deposits. Call 1 .73.2931.2tpd BR LAKE FRONT 11/26-12/4 473-2521. 12/4 tfnchg door armor orthopedic box springs and
S HP KAWASAKI GO-CART like COTTAGE Complete mattress Matching sheets
silverware, towels, sheets, new 964.5139 964-8173
or or drop by 314 N.
$390. 964-8848 or 4733627. 11/20 ly remodeled. Ideal for single or couple pillowcases, shams, pillows
bedspreads dungarees, tabl., Temple Avenue apartment number six, who likes YARD SALES
fishing boating gardening bedspread curtains In and ,
tfnchg mauve ant
exercUe bike 8 many more Items. 7 next to the Tenneco Station, downtown
ml. South of Starke on Rd. 100 on left. AVON OR WATKINS PRODUCTS buy or Starke. 11/6 tfnchg etc 473-7413. 12tfnchg que white Paid $3000 asking $1500 01
Furnished best cash
12/4 Itpd sell. For more Information call 2 BR UNFURNISHED : offer 4311475. 121tchg
upstairs apt. No 1 BR Apt.; Large Lake and from 104. Gifts crafts, good food and seasoned
7823068. Ramona or Mike. 11/26 2tpd Efficiency FIREWOOD oak. quickdelivery
YARD SALE Thur. & Fri. 624 N. Lak. St. pets, no children. 833'Madison St.
dock privileges Clean and reasonable entertainment. Highway 26 Melrose. and
124BUSH references $80 cord. Call
10 tit ?? Lots of Goodies. 12/4 Itpd 9648404. 11/13 4tchg 12/4
BIG YARD SALE Dec. 4, 5 & 6. V mil.w..t HOG MOWER 3 point hitch mows SMALL TRAILER within city limits 1 or 2 473-2919. Itpd 12/4 Itchg 124GARAGE Hall 473-4512. 12/4 2tchg 1211BOOK.MOVIE.VIDEO.TAPE
SALE Masonic
of Road 12 & 225 Signs\ at Nor. full 6 foot strip h.avy dutro' clots A adults only. No pets, please 964-8484. acrossfrom SHELVING
thslde Church. condition can b. seen at Grif- 11/13 PETS Miller's, 9-2 Saturday, Dec 6 portable, 6' x 5' 6' x 4' 8 shelves/
Baptist Furniture, tfnchg
fls, Griffis Loop Rt. 3, Box 1526. coilJerome sponsored by KHHS JV Cheerleaders, each. Wood toned with beige plastlr
cloth. and lots more Including ModelT '2)( 65 MH 3 BR. 2 BA $250 per month. 124SATURDAY
Griffis at 356-0044 or 9645409. ilpd border. Terrific for business $35 8 $40
car parts. 12Itpd r 12/11 964-4238. 11/20 tfnchg FREE DOG Bull dog and Shepherd mixed DEC. 6 B a.m.-3 p.m. Call 4311475. 12/4 ?
3 FAMILY YARD SALEi Sat. D.c. 6. 9 a.m. ll/263tpd ON KINGSLEY LAKE small cottage, couple white male, 10 months old. Coll Senior craft and bake sale, rain or tchgMISCELLANEOUS
?? Clothes, toys, furniture, household only. No pets. Available to June 1 I. Norma. 473-3540 after 7 p.m. Itchg shine at American Legion Hall on SR 21
must sell. $125, call after 7
Items, baby Items & much more, 6 anytime Call 5332366. 11/26 tfnchg\ 12/4 N. Itchg 12/4
miles west on Brownlee Rd. just| before p.m. 9644723. 12Itpd I BR FURNISHED mobile home on ..mallqul.t THREE FAMILY at Keystone Club
Intersection of Bayless Hwy 8Brownlee SEWING MACHINE CABINET $125; lake in Keystone area. $200 PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collect!
HELP WANTED Estates, 95. No early birds. Fri. & Sat.,
couch $50 Lane cedar hop. chest
; month $150 and Used furniture,
Rd. 9647366. 12Itchg sec dep. MUST see to appreciate. Dec. SB 6. Itchg 12/4 ble Items antiques.
YARD SALE Clothes, sizes 3 & 5 and $125. Call 964-4059 after 5 p.m. 12/4 Adult only. No pets. TWO FAMILY Misc. household Items on glassware, jewelry and much more
misc. Come see Frl 8 Sat. 9 S. South Itpd 473-9031 after 6 p.m. weekdays.Anytime service jobs Deer Rd. fourth house right. Come see for yourself. One mile east
1951 EVINRUDE 35 H.P. electric start $14.757 to $57,785/year. Now hiring. Springs on
301 behind Longchamp's, follow sign. weekends. 122tpd 12/11 of Keystone Heights on Highway 100
rebuilt Call Call Sat. 95. Itpd 12/4
motor. Completely $550. JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 ext.
12/4 Itpd LARGE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE for rent 4732183. 11/6 tfnchg
GARAGE SALE Garden Street In front
F3339A for
YARD SALEt Saturday only 9-5 415 5332828. 12Itpd In Storks Air, central heta fireplace, listing 24 hour. 3tpd
FOR SALE OR TRADE K.nmor. 9 cu. ft. 11/13-20 12/4 of high school. Men's clothes, waist
Broadway St. 12/4 Itchg freezer, Ilk. new 1930 Model A Ford greenhouse, $350. 17267651. 12/4 sizes 50-34 kid's clothes, dishes,tools, CARS, TRUCKS
cleaners, walker rocking
truck. 9644119.
LEGION Post 202 will hold a fl.a 700 LB. SMALL MULE 12Hchg with harness, will FOR SALE OR RENT 2 BR, 1 BA mobile NOTICE horse, toys, women's clothes, misc. & BOATS
mark.t Dec. 6 from 8 a.m. until. home oni' acre In nice trailer pork. Itpd 124GARAGE
work. $175. 9647265. 12/4
Saleable b. donated th.po.t Itpd 16 W.. 3 miles from all CLASSIFIED
Items can at NEW FURNITURE FOR CHRISTMAS! See Hwy cone.niences ADVERTISING should be submitted SALE Saturday only. Stereo SACRIFICE Both run good. 1974 Datsun
home, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. D.c. 5. in home at Doublewlde Home Center In In Starke. For further Informa to the Lake Region Monitor office and camera equipment furniture, wagon 610 $400; 1977 Datsun door

Tables $5 each. 12/4 Itpd Lawtey maybe will like the furniture Lion call 7823530. 12/4 Itpd In writing and paid In advance clothes toys, brass, pottery china. Im- $800. 4733666. Itpd 12/4
BIO YARD SALE 3 days, Thurs., Fri., 8 display In you our models so much 2 BEDROOM TRAILER $200 per mo. $100 unless credit Is already establishedwith mokalee Rd. Off SR 21. 9 a.m. til ?. Itpd All
Sat. RAIN OR SHINE Griffis Loop 3 deposit. Near Raiford. water furnish this office.MONITOR 12/4 ENGINES factory remanutactured.

miles on right across from Grace Baptist you mobile will home want and to have purchase a a Merry new ed. Call 964-7650 9645161. 12/4 Itpd STAFF CANNOT BE HELD YARD SALE Saturday. Next door to makes diesel/gas. for cars 8 truck.Warrant.d. .

Church from 9 a.m. until each day. Christmas. Come by and see very us, 12/4 MOBILE HOME 2 bedrooms on Griffis RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Merchants and Southern Bank on SR 10% over factory Invoice
lots of jewelry also good sterling 3tchg 1218EXERCISE Loop. Deposit required no pets. Call CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER) 21. 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Itchg 12/4 496-2411 p.m. 4733693. 11/20 4tpd

jewelry boot motor and trailer $700: CYCLE & TREADER. $30 each or 9648816. 12/4 1 Itpd THE TELEPHONE. YARD SALE Saturday Dec. 6.

1981 Plymouth Horizon, $1300; truck both for$50. 964-6312 or 964.8482 after MOBILE HOME 3 BR. 2 BA, fully Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto Necklaces, "Gator" necklaces, games,
tires, household items, Christmas ornaments 5. 12/4 Itpd. carpeted, partially furnished on Grif Thursday publication. clothes, shoes, misc. 9 a.m. til ? at BROADWAY & WALTERS

clothing, all sizes, many HANDMADE CHRISTMAS CRAFTS fis Loop. $250 month $100 sec. dep. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 American Legion Post Hwy 21 N of TREE SERVICE

books, something for everybody, justIn wreaths, ornaments Sat., corner Call 964.6493 available Dec. 8. 12/4 jo then 15 cents for each word thereafter. traffic light. Itpd 12/4
for Christmas PINE FOREST APTS. 3 BR *
time 12/4 It jo opts now Removal
Ch.rry & Call St. 9 til 3. 12Itpd
YARD SALEs Thurs., Fri. & Sat., Dec., 5, available. Call 9.5 Mon-Frl, 9646312. YARD SALE across from Clay Electric. *
S 6. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In front of Olin'. 2SO GAL. FUEL TANK with legs. Call 12/4 Itpd -.-..----- Dec. 6. 12/4 Itchg Trimming

Trailer park corner of 16 and Morgan 533-2403. after 6 p.m. swtfn RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE Dec. 61 7. Stump Removal

Road. 12/4 Itpd 12.500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- FLORILAND Keystone Hg?.. Watch for signs at Hwy *
YARD SALE: Saturday D.c. 6, 9 a.m. till TIONER. 110 Outlet $250. Call Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF 100 1 C-21B. 12/4 Itchg Firewood

?? 517 N. Orange St., Freezer, furniture 533-2403 after 6 p.m. swtfn CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent On REALTY YARD SALE Saturday, December 6, 94. Free Estimate
clothes and lots of other Items. HAND MADE BELTS, extra sizes to 54. Highway 16 W. Close to prison. 964.7700 Immokolee Rd. across from Camp Im-

12/4 Ttpd See at Waldo Farmers 8 Flea Market. 964-7530 or 4681323.I 10/10 Tfchg mokolee, follow signs. 12/4 Itchg 473-7097 473-7679
YARD SALE Thursday D.c. 4, first Bldg. D, Booth 38. 11/l37tchg 12/25 FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile 393 N. Temple Ave. -

brown block house on right behind LIKE NEW CURRIER PIANO $700. Also homes Inside city weekly 8 monthly. Vernle P. Odom Broker-GRI After 5 P.M.

St.p-Sav.r store. Rd 16 west, furniture, 1983 200 Yamaha 3 wheeler $400. Call JO LU Motel 8 MH Park. 964.8810. 6/5 Jeanie Gagnon
heater Avon bottles, .tc. 12/4 1tpd 9644290. 12/ 2tpd 12/11 TF Eve.-964.5414 Realtor Associate Classified Ads Keystone Heights

5 FAMILY YARD SALE clothes, toys, etc. FIREWOOD Seasoned oak, quick 3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Klngsley Lake -. -- Get Results IfnLicensed & Insured
1316 W. Madison St., Saturday and delivery and references $80 cord. Coll long Pier, AC Call 964.6491.9/25 TFN

Sunday. Dec. 6 & 7. 12/4 Itpd 4734512. 12/ 2tchg 12/11 2 BR MH, furnished $190 per month ON LAKE. 2 BR. 2 BA brick Over 3

YARD 6AUr All day *
combining households, fur. MOBIL*: HOMESFOR .468-1323 leave message. 10/30 tfnchg GOOD BLDG. LOTS joining Green

niture/clothing. 318 S. R.dgrav. 12/4 SALE UNFURNISHED HOUSE IN COUNTRY' 1 or Acres.. FOR SALE

Itpd 2 BR with remodeled kitchen carpet '4 ACRES on St. Rd. 100 neareystone. Soil Tractor Work
YARD SALE 16 W. to 233 (Morgan Rd.) and window air, refigerator S slave, ( Fill Dirt Top ,

turn left go 2 miles to NW 37th St., NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy for Info call 9648602. JM LOTS, for trailers Backhoe Bulldozer
turn left dishes, AC refrlg., carpet Wells at ASW Mobile Homes, 964-6407 2 BR UNFURNISHED HOUSE IN LAKE ,

dryer little boys clothes, little girls or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw BUTLER near Middle School. Big yard, ..--..... .,.,.,..... .-..---- 71241FN 964-6182.964- .

dresses, large ladles cloth., shelves, DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR, 2 BA for sale. reasonable rent call 9648602. JM
lots of miscellaneous. 9645306. Fri 8 Payments about $225. No down payment ON KINGSLEY LAKE, 3 BR mobile home,

Sat. 9 a.m. 12/4 Itpd free delivery & set-up. Just good Heat & AC year lease, no pets, adults
HOME INTERIORS AND GIFTS scratch "- credit needed. Doublewide Home only. 5332366. 12/4 TFN NAVAL AIR RESERVE I KEYSTONE VILLAGE

and d.ntsal.. Christmas Items, misc., Center, Lowtey FL 782.3333 11/6 1 BR APT. for rent $175 month. No pels. HELP WANTED

Sat., Dee. 6. 8-12 inside, 1103 W. PrattSt. 403 N. Walnut, 9645276. 12/4 Itchg
12/4 Itchg HELP WANTED RENTALS AVAILABLE: 2/1 opt., $175. OPENINGS AVAILABLE I Luxurious 1 BR Apartmentsfrom

4 FAMILY YARD SALEi Sat. 8 Sun. 95. very clean; 1/1 apt.. $235 Includes for prior service military per. $215 per mo. ie,

1031 S. Eastwood Drive. Dirt road In EXPERIENCED NURSING ASSISTANTS .. utilities; 1/1 apt., $165; 1 effec. $140 sonnel in the Naval Air I .... .<
front of Southslde School. 5th house on per month. Tiffin & Owens, Inc., Property .
right. 12/4 Itchg needed at Whispering Pines Care Ctr Managers 9645065. 12/4 Itchg Reserve Program in Jax, FL. Ca11473.3682or !
Call Elaine Slocum 9646220. EOE.
I Ground & flight crew positions

SALE Friday Dec 5 from 4 p.m. to 9 REAL 12/5TF ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks I available in control visit Located at beautifu

p.m. Saturday. Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. to 4p.m. Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate Col helicopter and attack
on the Brownl. Rd. ((229)) about 3 l.g..73TFNCRUISE "Beautify Your I transport Call TOLL O> Keystone Club Estates
Home" squadrons. :
Tech. Sorry NoPehIQUA
miles from Vo 121tpd SHIP JOBSI) Great Income poten I =

CARPORT SALE Misc.. grapevine tial. All occupations For Info call: ((312)) Cut Brick Sidingor FREE 1800521.1316 for more MaUIIMe Il/I34lchgl2 4

wreaths, rain or shin. Saturday. Dec. 742-8620 ext. 362. 11/20 4tpd 12/11 Cut Stone information. n/137ch., 12/25

6. 12/4 Itchg EXCELLENT INCOME for port-time home
/ Vinyl SidingAluminum
assembly work. For Info call

NOTICE 504-641-8003 12/18 Ext. 9579. 1126tpd CallHomes Siding r:;; R"A; ;;" Fred Stafford

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted MIDDLE-AGED and live In. No COUPLE pets 3 to'/ work miles In north motel of Beautiful D ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

to the Bradford County Stork. on 301. 9647184. 10/2 tfnchg 964-6766 JOF> STARKE .J- Residential Commercial
and In
T.I.graph office In writing\ paid WANTED SERVICE MANAGER apply In

advanc. unless credit Is already person at Doubl.wld. Home Center 24 hrs. -- Financing H. 1640B Bradford County
this office. S. Walnut
established St.
301 North
Lawtey. 12/4 Itchg

HELD CLASSIFIEDS RESPONSIBLE WHEN AD FOR IS MISTAKES TAKEN OVER IN time or full-time. 9646777. 12/4 Itchg 964-8447 200 AMP Service, pole &
THE TELEPHONE. church service In Hampton. 11 o.m.12 Hookup $375.00 *
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deadline Is TUESDAY .
Classified Will $15 for hour. -- --- -
pay Hampton New construction
NOON prior to Thursday publication. Christian Church. 468-1325 ask for Mrs. MATHKWSKKALTY FRED SACKETT BROKER rewiring

Minimum charge Is 15 word. for$3.50 Fort. 12/4 Itpd 411 W Madison JOHN CURLES. ASSOCIATE repairs I
th.n 15 cents for each word th.reaft.r.BRADFORD CONSIDER SELLING INSURANCE life of m

Georgia has full portfolio of products. Starke, FI 32091 LH::: IIp..11:31! :a1.e11:! vt!! P: 485-1952

Experience helpful not necessary. REALTOR 116ia'i69': 'or
Over 21, we will train. Excellent pay. 964-6616
Assoc. Harold Kpps
LIMEROCK SALES For Interview call 372-3686,12/4 Itchg 964-0830 24 firs.

Ph. 782-3172-Mon. thru Sat. GENERAL OFFICE HELP WANTED Applyat 'IN TOWN: 2 BR, 1 BA CH. near sTrain *
Bradford Furniture Industries.124Itchg hospital sat dn., owner fin. 29900. normal site & conditions
Fill Sand Drainf field Rock LAWTEY AREA: 10 Ac. I lots, 25% .

Top Soil EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER part-time, dn., bal. 10'. for 15 yrs. to be a

White Sand for Ponds apply Pep-O Service 620 S. Walnut St. LAWTEY 125 2 BR 1 BA 15 acres TRAVEL AGENT s- -

12/4 Itchg tank. 60000. -
plus extra septic

-- --_ L -_.-... ...._- -.__._.- Beautiful brick v.n.er'4 BR. 2 BA on 2 AIRLINE RESERVATIONIST
******************* "w """ Irg. lots close to lake. 90000. Start locally full time/part time

CYPRESS MULCH .W. PRATT ST.! 3/1 CH/A. stove, live airline computers. Home 964-6262

I refrlg, microwave oven ceiling fan study and resident training. Financial
", hd I Reduced to $36,000. aid available. Job placement
li -59875697 LAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR. 2 assistance. National headquarters, COMMERCIAL ,- Successful service station 'on US 301 ,

PINE BARK I.I BA, brick veneer over 2.000 sq. ft. IHP Fl. 50000. Call Todayl!

I. Interior decor that must be seen to A.C.T. TRAVEL SCHOOL ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only

You picK-up or We Deljyer appreciate, 9.74 acres 8 much fin. more.. 1-800-432-3004( 75000. Owner terms possible..

Price nego. Some owner STREET 3 1 bath central heat &
.CHURCH air.
I Minimum 3 yds. Delivery HISTORICAL e.
H farm 'with lovely large brick home Reduced to $35,000.:

Cypress Lumber I with all ammenltles lg.. pecan 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly

trees, has 4 MH rentals. 2 stockedfish 1/2 Lawt.y.ln town; growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200
... '444--DWon ac.
and .1.
9644649 : I ponds, near 1.75
1 22.5 acres nice area $18.000.434Motel per acre! I.

*..***.****......* .****.**...***.....***.*..** il MINI-FARM with 3 BR 1 BA: ,Approx.MH. 2 Ige. barns plus !, apt., res., 9 ac.. gr.atInv..tm.nll DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000.

SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000.
-- extras.LAWTEY
8 equip.
BRASINGTONCADillACOLDSMOBilE Jcactor AREA 3 BR. 1 BA CH/A, 1 'building 439-Offlce\ 10 city complex lots. Fronts; commercial US 301, .38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath

acre $39.000. Inside city limits. frame with out-buildings, CH/A
INC. 2 BA CH/A la.
3 BR.
LAKE BUTLER We have many listings see our .10 ACRES Pecan grove no Improvements,

lot. only $41,500.HAMPTON I BA.IB.5OO. Ap- farmettes, waterfrontage, Commercial FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no Improvements, 640 ft.

( "Where Quality is Still Important"James f l prox. 11 acres: 4 BR.on 325. only $25,000 and good bargain buys! frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well,

HWY 100E Approx. V4 acre with old Lorraine Champion Broker pump, septic tank.COMPLETE .
Brady O.jb qJ house approved, well$7,000.8 septic tank has been 'f:TROUT REALTYIraorw COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE

Cftttbc "Your Local Representative" R.ntallncam. Properly .ne George W. Roberts Jr. Broker

WALNUT ST. 4 Plex plus 2 BR 1 BA 944ttt I 964.6058 Evenings
2001 NW. 13th St. lot w/ parking garage.
.1? ,ud MH 78x210 CSM
Gainesville, FL 32601 Bus. ((904)) 378-5301 EDWARDS RD. Appro 4 acres with 479-W94. Terry A. Gaines, ,Salesman/Appraiser

dbl/wlde duplex plus frame house. .Je N. T&MPL.eTAKE. & .. .964-4181 Evenings

Excellent Income, Only 69500. FL 320e1

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Leads "How's The Family? r Union County; Ads I


Rev. Ed Kirkland

To DUI ChargeNancy These are things which your husband may never sit down and tell you COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
he would like. In fact, he may not even realize it himself. But, I believe RENT/LEASE TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
that if you questioned him you would find them to be true So, consider RENT Union Count Tlme., 150
this article on his behalf. Some things he need to but Main Street, lake Butler' Phone
Bell Rt. beers at the home of a friend. On may say perhaps WAREHOUSE SPACI
Smith 35 1
Starke the breathalyzer, Smith tested .17 never will. With that in mind read the following and give them some real Located In Union County Timesbuilding. 496.2261 for Information tfn
was charged with DUI (drivIng OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
law sets intoxication consideration before you throw the paper away Even if you disagree, Call for Information.
and .16. Florida legal -
under the influence) FrI., Nov. take time to think them over. 496-2261. tfn. located In Union County Times Buildingat

28. at .10 on Soles the test.58 1. AN EGO HELPER. He will never admit this, but he has an ego which OFICE SPACE near court house In LakeBull.r 150 West Main. Call 496-2261 for
Estie was charged -
Looney ,
Smith had been involved in Information. Ifn'
a more t
needs I
encouragement. don't how Call 4963004.
care and 12/4
rough tough he seem or It/chg.
may ,
with DUI Trooper K.G. HOUSE
minor accident at the corner of by SMALL TWO -
how shy he comes across, he still has an ego. One of the big problems in :
SR-16 and St. Clair St., when officer Etheridge, when she was stopped on the husband-wife middle school. $170 a month Call : ::;
relationship is that all too often wife fails to realize WANTED'fARM "
10 miles P.M. 10/30 tin I.C.
Richard B. Splitt smelled alcohol on SU-100, approximately 964-8602, after 6 ':
and appreciate this need. If that holds ture times the husband will o ..
her breath. When questioned, Smith south of Starke. Soles was driving a many TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME In Lake : .
look somewhere else to have
that need met. It be turned toward his '
may homes In other ;
1970 Dodge. Butler, also mobile : :
admitted of LAND
to drinking couple job or friends, children or another woman. BUY OR LEASE Call Call 41'
and Assoc.
locations. Hale u f
Regardless of who you are married to, he wants to feel important. He Tom Chalri, daytlm. ((904)542-7957)) 4963939. 11/134tchg. 12/4 +:.;.:1': .
wants to know that someone cares that he does whatever he does for a liv- night ((904)542-7050.) il64tchgl224YARD CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnished .. .. a

School MenusDec. Attention Nurses ing. If he gets that at home, from his wife, he will not look anywhere else all electric, central heat and
for it. This is a big to successful SALE and .tH, i
If you are a registered or a licensed key a marriage. air, private paved rood, laundry
nurse concerned about the future of 2, A LOVING PARTNER. Ladies, the truth is most husbands that I've park playground. Near schools, hasp., I
8 Dec. 12 nursing education in Florida, please dealt with don't expect or even want to be married to a "barbie doll". MAIN STREET IN BROOKER. Saturday state facilities, PINES SR-121, east Lake '..
Bradford Klein. & Middle School come to Galloway Hall on the Lake Most women don't look like that and we know it. And,it may surprise you December 6 Furniture, Christmas Butler. Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.

Miimluv: Bfpf-Vi'Ki'lafole/ soup, cheese toast, City Community College campus on to know that many men feel often those who do look that way are not itmei, pumps, etc. 9 A.M. 104 P.M. ., and no pets, chg/tfn 11/13 ,
imKinc., upplptuiure. cookie, milk Thursday, December 11, 1986at 6:30: worth being around. Itpd. 12/4 THREE BEDROOM ONE BATH HOUSE
Tiii-Mluv:Salisbury steak rice It gravy,buttered A forum is planned to discuss However, men do want a wife to be as attractive as possible. This is TWO FAMILY PORCH SALE 9 a.m. to 4 south of lake Butler. $300 a month plus ,
green pens tfrapru, hut rolls milkWrilnvMluv p.m. which could affect all understandable because men are stimulated by sight.Just do the best you p.m., Saturday, December 6. Crafts, deposit. Farmland also available. Call "I'/J;
hultcrcd salad, changes
: Pi//a. corn.llnrd'n tree ornaments, hondmod.quilts 1(904)372.1953( ) or 1(904)262-1791.( ) 12/4 P
coconut cake milk in Florida. can with what you have. The main thing is be sure you don't look like you pecans .
nurses .
Ihiirsclnv: Chicken 4 noodles peanut butter just crawled out from under a rock most of the time. That would make it crocheted table cloth, new and Stpd. 12/31 ..."
used Items, odds and ends Three WHY PAY RENT PURCHASE A MOBILE
sandwich green beans fruit cup milk. difficult for anyone to be happy including
Kililuv: Beel-a-roni, cheese mix, cabbage slaw Also, don't dismiss the need your husband has you.for affection just because miles south of lake Butler on SRI 21. HOME Like rent payments, owner .
apple crisp hot rolls milk. Follow the 12/4 financed. 945 N.W. 3rd Street. Sid's .q.
signs. Itpd. :
Bradlord Middle School students have a choice he is a male. He needs and wants a loving partner. When that need is fill-
Mobile Park 12/4 d -
ol a hot lunch or a salad bar. Crady appointed ed at home, it works wonders to prevent other problems in communication. INSURANCEMAINES OFFICE SPACE Home near court tfn/chg.house In lakeButler. ...:;. .=

Bradford High School Chairm. of Ethics, Call 4963004.( It/chg. 12/4
3. A COMPANION. One of the biggest problems that marriages have is ':" '1
'Mi.ml.iv: Spnithcttie cheese slix. green beans, Elections Com. INSURANCE AGENCYI 25 .
cookies hot rolls milk the loss of common denominators between husbands and wives. Get involved E. :11111
'peaches rupsilav: Barbecued chicken, candied sweet State Representative Gearge in his life. Find out what he does in his job and become interested. Main Street, Lake Butler, 4963978. PERSONAL SERVICESPICKUP ,,,!IJ'
potatoes. mixed vegetables, fruit)jello, hot rolls, Crady announced today that he has Make sure you find some hobbies he has that you can be involved in too. Complete Insurance Service 4/10 tfn
milk He would like to be friends with his wife if he would admit ;;
Macaroni 4 cheese corndogs cabbage been appointed Chairman of the even never it. AND DELIVERY SERVICE Monday I N
slaw, fruit cup brownie milk Ethics and Elections Committee and If you can become his friend, you will go a long way toward a happy mar HELP WANTEDTYPISTS thru Friday. We pick-up and deliver 11lii
Thin.silav': Beef vegetable soup cheese toast, Vice Chairman of the Rules and riage.I almost anything. Call 4962462. 12/4 'I"

garden ,salad milk. saltine crackers chocolate cake Calendar Commitee by House realize these items are very general and include only a very limitedlist. $500 weekly at home I Write: IT'S NOT TOO LATE to be early for Spring '.

w/icing Friday: Hamburger on bun lettuce, tomato & Speaker Jon Mills."I But, rather than overwhelm you with facts, I simply want to start you P.O.Box 975, Elizabeth, NJ. 07207 registration at Lake City Community "
pickle, potato tots pineapple upside down cake am grateful for the opportunityto thinking. Maybe you've never considered what your husband would like 10/1681pd. 12/4 College. Advanced registration for u' .
milk. serve in an important leadership in you. You may feel, "That's his problem, I am what I am." If that's the MECHANIC NEEDED Full-time and part- continuing LCCC students begins Monday i rl-
A-la-Carte role under Speaker Mills' ad- case, you're headed for trouble. Let go of that kind of attitude and admit time. Diesel truck tractor repair. Call Dec. I at 9 a.m. and will end Friday -

Mniiilav: French fries milkshake, orange juice, minstration," Crady said. "I intendto you probably have some areas which could be improved. Then, be willing 4963004. tfn/chg. 12/4 Dec. 19 at 4 p.m. All students
pi/za. cheeseburgers, corndngs work closely with the Speaker on to try to help meet your husbands needs. In return, you just might find must submit application for admission '.,
Tiieid.iCheeseburgers: plea french fries, issues affecting Florida's small some of yours fulfilled too. It's amazing what can happen in a marriage LAND FOR SALEFIVE as early as possible to the Admissions ',OT
coridogs! hamburgers milkshakes, orange counties." when just one starts being more interested in giving than getting.Ed Office and arrange for placement ; ,
juice. Kirkland is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church located just testing through the Counseling and
vtr Office.
juice cheeseburgers milkshakes, pia.Thiirsd.n and the Rules and Calendar west of Camp Standing on the corner of S.R. 16 and Mary Dot Lane at ACRES, excellent homeslte, pump, Testing 12/4 2tchg 12/11
: Cheeseburgers orange!! juice. pl7, ,l, Committees Kingsley Lake. To have a question about your family answered in this column septic, ultility pole, dog pens, 2 concrete HOMES
milkshakes, corndogs hamburgers Representative Crady send it to: HOW'S THE FAMILY. Kingsley Lake Baptist Church slabs, fish ponds In rural woodedarea MOBILE '
Friday: Corndogs, hamburgers, french fries, has been asked to serve as a of Union surrounded
milkshakes, pizza cheeseburgers member of the Appropriations Com 6337 Seminole St., Starke FL. 32091 or call Rev. Kirkland's office at County by
S33-2018. Names/addresses are not printed. Lake Butler Management Area THREE BEDROOM, 2 BATH MOBILE HOMe .
Bach day students have a choice of a hot lunch, merce, Natural Resources and the $15,000, owner financing. Call 14'x70' classic Central heat and air,
salad bar or they purchase a-la-carte Health and Rehabilitative Services
may Committees ((904)294.2050) 9042942107.( ) It/chg. extras. Skirting, large screened po,,... 4

-:-.._.. .._.._.._.. ..._. 12/4 $1,500 down and take over payemntsof
: B iy*: JUJHM:: i a I $175.99 a month.Call 496-3772.12/4
a;Hollixj; s; CARS/TRUCKS 2tchg. 12/11 ..?
SKSZtK:. 12'x 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1 Ii ,
BROCHURECHURCH :S PAMPHLETS 1/2 bath, central air. Must see to appreciate. ,
Making A Party Game Of r 1977 CHEVROLET 1-TON FLATBED TRUCK $6,000. Coll 4960071. ,
Funny Celebrity Quotes BlBOC ULLETINS STATIONARY I $1,800. Call 4963255. Itchg. 12/4 ;;

"Don't quote me'!" celeb- I NOTICE / : r
[ FLYERS NEWSPAPERS ENGINES, factory remanufactured. All
rities Sorry but being
makes dlesel/gas for cars & trucks
quoted-even out of contextis I
Warranted. 100over factory Invoice CLASSIFIEDADVERTiSINGshouldbesubk
part of public life So says 496-2411, p.m. 4733693. 11/204tpd milted to the Union County Times office r.
Brian Hersch the world'sforemost [ In writing and paid In advance
authority on out- ,- Our SpecialBusiness- HOMES unless credit Is already established
rageous quotes. He's the wlth.thls office.THE '
the new game of celebrity 1,000Ri I GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN "S
II .
quotes and hag just releasedhis I repair). Delinquent tax property. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER l ; I I'' ,.
list of the 100 Most Quot- .aised Letters, Black Ink Repossessions Call 1(805)687-6000.( ) THE TELEPHONE. .1. ,,G 01<*
able People In America. Ext. GH.1136, lor current repo list. Classified deadline Is TUESDAY.I I A
1112081pd. 1/8 NOON, prior to Thursday: publication. .
Other notable quotables on TWO BEDROOM, ONE BATH frame Minimum charge Is 15 words for S3.SO,
the Hersch list include: $1895plusta. house on approx. 3 acres. SR-18. then 15 cents for each word thereafter i
Richard Nixon "I would have Owner financed. Hale and Assoc. ,
made a great Pope"; Mr. T, 496-3939. 11/13 4tchg. 124MOTORCYCLES REAL ESTATE ;
"I love I'd I -.--- --
good fight
just a CaBRA 964-5764 Ask for Kim -
rather fight than make love. ; -.ea
the people who know how to PERTY? If I don't have It, I'll find ItJust
run this country are too busy
driving cabs and cutting !FORD[ PRINTERS Bought new In summer 1985. Sacrifice 496-2126 or 496-2903, eves. "YOUR
at $750. Shaft driven, electric start,
hair. ;; and finally, Henry
Kissinger who said, "Seen 110 W r.' Call Street Starke 964-5764 reverse 11/13 gear. Call 496-3004. tfn/chg. FOR SALE E

President, you've seen
---- -- --- -- ---- 1985 YAMAHA IT200N Bought riew In
them all.BILL'S." < 1985. Sacrifice
summer at $750 Mean
machine! Call 4963004. tfh/chg. 11/13 10'x40' BUILDING add-on. Will move
1974KAWASAKI 400 Sell for $300. Call within 30 miles $800. Call 496-3253.

FOR SALE Get Into 4963255. IIch!!. 12/4 Itchg. 12/4 f

GovernmentWork 111' : '
111. -

101-B Edwards Road Starke MEN & WOMEN 17.62
$99 EA. Durrance Pump & Supply : _
964.6897 964.5590 Train now for government exams for .
City County, State and Federal levels We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed _\>

j i The Price is Right on.... 12/0 2.pd 12/11 /SALARIES ST4RTtSHICHAS: $9.48 hr. 9.I US 301 North 864 N.Temple Ave,Sta,". 964-7061. :
TF ry
Leg., Mechanical, 'Inspectors
Trucking Construction Medical/Dental' .. 4yryTim's
I SUPER STAR 120 CONNEX Computers Clerical' Law Enforcement
Help I
I Civil Service Jobs available nationwide.
Great Discount on Various Antennas Save Energy & $$ High School Diploma not necessaryKeep' Custom Cabinets

.. .' Install Custom present lob while preparing at *Remodeling :
home lor government esamaWrite New Construction
-" WindowsCall
& Include Phone No. [+,Cabinets *Tle! Ceilings ,

National Training Free Estimates '

Homes Beautiful Servlce-Inc. Call Tim Thompson f1

I 964-6766 P.O. BOX 16OHADOONFIELD 964.4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves TF
N.J. 08033

24 hrs .. Financing OR CALL: -
Ern ((1-800-524-2515)) FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED "Quality Work, law, low prices 4'}

(Any Room & Hall) .._ ", ,,. . .. $1495' Scotchgard Avallablb lit
Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing ci wall to wall carpel, furniture cleaning tfIt
WRITERSThe CLASSIC GLASS and offer bids on commercial work. .1:1.

I E EI Film Publishing Group Mobile auto detailpolishingservice Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice .'"-' "#e

C Agency of California needs at your home for ./loom..r Happy Call 964-4997 Call Happy Momller.1 Tfl(
your ;
pro quality novels convenience. ReasonableRates 230sq,". Holiday Check yellow p.res lnlo..lprloi.blHlll Holiday. lir.-araet0r5 I
i .tra charge OH woes OmrintHd Clumber at
screenplays TV scripts. Lifetime guarantee on COmme..e"j

I i iii Query/SASE to: polishing available. .,.,
I i F.P.G. East i out l
Call for appt. POSITION VACANCY r'.
Rt. 1 Box 125
POSITION: Carpenter .. .),
Lawtey. FL 32058
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((904)) 964-8348 Classic Glass ((904)) 964-8348 : LOCATION: Operation Center


INSULATION.SA l3/4tchfl. AND DUTIES: Must be In good physical condition;; without any physical inv e
pairmeu&jliat.wpuld: : hinder 'he performance of any of the duties outlined. ,et ew

VI THAT ENERGY Must be high school graduate or have equivalent trade schools, or on the |lob "_ y
training under a highly trained supervisor for one year or more. w
Under general! supervision of.the Director of Operations, must be able to .0
perform general.carpenter;work on the ex'erior and Interior of all/ types of t
CHRISTMAS GIFTSFlip buildings. Must be able,fa produce a high quality of work at all/ times Must be {
able to supervise other workers and act as the lead man on any lob assigned
Must be able to Interpret blueprints, drawings sketches and verbal instructions .
Full FaceHelmets and complete the work on this basis. Must understand how to use and
Shields .' have had experience In 'he use of all hand tools and power tools used in
$3.99 q'{ $36.00 carpentry work and be able to work from high ladders roofs, or scaffolds. ;G
y- -IB Must have experience and knowledge In door locks and door hardware :' _
repairs; also the ability *a cut and make keys for locks.
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AVAILABLE Irnmedia'ely I
HOME_CJMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL INSULATION SALARY, In accordance with 'the Bradford County School Board Salary'"!"
Scheduje.! S
DIY Dr Night QUALITY INSTALLATION APPLY TO: 1. B. Register Jr.. Director Operations

:SAVE Operations Center r
SAVt I 964.6956 I ON COOLING I 519 Orange St., W. Nk d
ON HEATING $42.00 I DM*Tan M wed S-1 Thw M Fri a Sat M Starke, FL 32091



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Students on the Job... -

It was a learning experience for over 80 Bradford student Mindy Ilersy what it's like to practice his skillson
High School students last week as they visited a patient while student Donald Kurnhill (upper
businesses and professional over the county to learn right) learns how to put together a satellite dish at Advanced
'r' more about different careers. In "Career Shadowing Electronics in Starke from employee Pete E-Z

Day". Schlosser. _
Dentist William Marchese (above at left) shows BUS Clay and Union counties also have similar progra ms. Buy Here a _

a We 'LI
Decisions Decisions. Our cars mostly

" Students Learn from the ProsBy i< 1320 1978 Starke car N. :

.. Low Down
Greg Pardee F11:'"
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BCT Student WriterAndMarkFriedlln t .
}r $195 19" REMOTE
BCT Staff Writer
Study in school can teach you 1977 $40 off
many things, but how does it feel to j. j 4
; take on the real -jobs that make up q Down'I''Z
the modern workforce, to actuallyget ?t $195
the "hands-on" experience it FMR468WR
takes to make the crtical choice of 1972
what profession to pursue? Full 15,000 BTU
High School Students in Bradford, $ GAS HEATER
1 Clay and Union counties now get
that kind of first-hand experience in 1976 ( Ir. $148
f I. unique program called "Career In finish)
:1U Shadowing" in which students can ((4 Ie )
:I A experience the requirements and HEAT FOR LESS
. rewards, of many professional jobs 1977 VW '

, firsthand. .- -, _. ?_ $199 WITH PROPANE GAS
,0 The Career Shadowing Program is rr -
a recent development in many counties 1982 El
o throughout the state of Florida Zlltf Sau
that enables high school students to Real erc
_ get a feel of what they might like to
do in their future.It 1982 Ply
gives students a chance to get a
A Job for Everyone... Slant/6/ ,
first hand feel of the job, how they
need to prepare for it, and most importantly That's the goal of the Career Shadowing Day program for students in 1980 Ply r.a
the three county area to find out first hand the requirements of different e a .r.
even if they would like to
continue the job or move on to jobs. AT, Air, Low,
.Y Michael Godwin discusses the Steve
Above, proft'ssiollIth Futcli of
another field $595 ST. PH. 964-7701
Jones Funeral Home in Starke.
Dr Bernard McFadden of Santa
Fe Community Colleges Starke
Center and Bradford Superintendent YOU'LL SAVE MONEY I
i of Schools Jim Duncan are founders syFLDAIDA
t of the program in Bradford and were EST At Florida Pest Control's

able to get some fifty businesses and t DNTROL LAWN & GARDEN CENTER rt .

j over December eighty students 2 and 3. to Jack participateon Eckdahlof "" 539 E. Call Street Starke 964-5745 r v 'y 1 ; 1 1'' 1x11[ >r'= > }r i n

the Chamber of Commerce, who ::

.s.& also assisted with the program said Poulan Chain Saw "" ""*'
* it would be a great learning experience We Sell & ** -* "-

I By getting for students.a chance to talk with Service Sale to high prices! r

many students participating, BCT Model 2000
" Student Journalist for a day Greg Toyostove t sJ
IF: Pardee found that "most if not all of 12"BarBar& Chain x
-_" them have enjoyed the job that they .2.0cu.In.engine ;
-. may have chosen. It was very KeroSunPortable Solid stale Ignition 1
helpful to them, but it was also Auto.chain oiling --.. .. 4III
I challenging. Some students said thatIi Kerosene

every county in the state should Heaters 11999
' have a Career Shadowing Programand 1200pemo
that Bradford County allows the SERVICED READY TO GO! t
program to be available to students 'j f ik
every year. WEED-EATER SPARE with w
It was also said that with just the A
little bit of experience, looking for a Power WEEDEATERaGlower
job in the future will be easier.Some
p1 students thought that their job was BLOWER VAC Gifts of s,
more difficult than they had expected
but they were exceptionallyglad
that they had the opportunitywith Model JewelryShop
with the program and took advan- /2500 Model 960 Blower/Vac Model 940
tage of it. r 26 2 co
-::: The employees were more than Velocity :
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