Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04447
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04447
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A cold front stationary around Tallahassee is affecting this SECTION Ai 12 Pogoi d.I ItIS1 r1

w'ck'nd'sweather.Lows 35 to 45: and highs in the 60s is the weekend outlook Editorial N.w..3.Pag. . .. . . .4A ; ,
Wedncsday night's 50% chance of rain should diminish to 20% toddy Public Nolle!.. .. . . IDA ")
(Thursday, Dec. 11)) with temperatures from the low 50s to Th. Social Scn.. . .. .5-7A ctearan ft I '
nml-70s. Wed. high at WPXE Radio was 81 Sport.. . . . . . |.tA
For Friday forecasters forsee showers and clouds, temperatures .A
in the mid-40s to low 60s, then clearing! over the weekend. The rain SECTION It 14 Pagoi 'J

chance should decrease Saturday, with fair and cooler weather expected Camp Standing . . . .IB / if
Sunday. Fir. Roport. .. . . . .JBFlo. \
No rain or woods fires this past week. Fodoral . . :. . ., .9B i I'
August average rainfall Is 8.1 inches, September 5.46 inches, Oc Oblluarlos . . . . . &B The Sweetest Stra J '
Lober 3.64 inches, November 1.86 inches, December 3.08 inches, New. Brlofi. . . . . 2-13 108th Year ST/1 I 11
V. January 2.8 inches. Clat lil.d Ad.. . . . .B-11B 21st Issue Thursd .
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!"'i";. Death Symbols Found Buried. at Courthouse Il f

,Y.i:,'' has a slight cold and hopes he doesn't While there is no fear at the courthouse, an alleged
For Vanessa... a fever or he'll suspect the courthouse expert was contacted to explain the findings. Until it is
/ might be working. discovered who placed the voodoo coconut packages in
Bradford Middle School's PTA is four coconuts buried at each corner of the the ground the real meaning is not known as each 'root'or
*' raffling off a portable stereo County Courthouse Monday, Dec. 8, has witch doctor may interpret the findings differently( I
"', AM/FM cassette recorder for sixth .I talkingabout hexes, cults, witchcraft, spells, says Sheriff Dolph Reddish. The term "root doctor'
.' grade student Vanessa Powell, who voodooism. derives from use of roots and herbs in voodoo connections _
q..... is recovering from recent surgery of Circuit Judge John J. Crews, In- i
4 to remove a malignancy. Don Denton, Debra DeSue and William A Clay County man, an alleged witchcraft expert !|
,.!' Anyone interested in purchasing Suggs were found inside each coconut, gives the following explanation:
:,.. tickets for 50 cents please contact {" to speculation that the hex is a result of the The four burials at the four corners of the courthouse
the Middle School at 964-6093. of the Roosevelt Wims trial. are intended to surround the building and keep the
re'. All proceeds from this raffle will and Suggs were witnesses for the state in that 'hex' inside. Each coconut had the end cut off with the
be donated to Vanessa. The drawl Denton was the investigator and four names inside each one and the coconut was filled j
ing is set Wednesday, Dec. 17. You was the presiding judge when Wims was with lye. The names inside in the lye (commonly used
do not have to be present to win. of trafficking in crack cocaine last month. over dead animals) was intended as a burial symbols.
l N. scheduled for sentencing Monday, Dec. 15. The coconuts were sealed with masking tape and each
B-Books on Sale... that Wims lived for seven years in the one was enclosed in a red nylon cloth (symbolizing
where Haitians live and voodoo is widely blood) and white cloth (symbolizing death) which had
Bradford B-Books will be on .
High been hand sewn, intending to keep the four names, in-
sale during the holidays at the Allen, a high school student who works at the side. The red fabric color is one used in I Haitian voodoo
Chamber of Commerce, Mitchell'sDrug found one of the buried coconuts when the where it is believed if you have a person's name you
Store, and The Office Shop tin t away with his foot and saw the red cloth have their soul.
i r for $5 each.BBooks ,: Allen called Custodian Herbert Norman who One theory is the intent to shut up the four people
of Bradford \
are histories :. ,. Norman unearthed one coconut and pick-- whose names were listed. Another theory is harm will
High School, containing the names ......
. I --- "" .cr.' I inch or two before he thought it may have come to them. I
\ of all graduates since its beginning, Then, Norman thought, if it had been a "Since voodoo is not an exact science we may have
;r" and names of prospective The Head Coconut....? have been too late. many different interpretations until the one who .
graduates through 1990. Reddish says his office phones have been prepared the coconuts is found," says Denton. .
Proceeds of the sale will go to Sheriff Dolph Reddish is jokingly referred to as The Head Coconut the after ,
hook Channel 12 TV, Jacksonville, There are two sides to voodoo, said Denton the
Bradford High School for much the voo-doo symbols buried at the four corners of the courthouse "( and it which if let work
story was apparently picked up. Calls supernatural, you it on you you can
needed equipment and supplies. unearthed Tuesday afternoon NBC ABC in New York, UPI in hurt yourself and the human side which may be the I
Sheriff Reddish explained the hex theory to secretary Diann the New York Times, and the Boston one to fear. Most witch doctors have a support system
who wondered If the joke might put the Sheriff's Office on Cowl Morning.America. which "makes" things happen, said Denton who is not
KLPOA Christmas... Sheriff Reddish said he doubled it'd be carried that far, is abuz with talk of what the "hex" taking the whole thing too lightly. Although he said he \
The KLPOA has set its annual courthouse phones were ringing with calls from NBC, ABC, and L'FI' mean. slept well.
Christmas party for members and NY Times, Boston Globe, etc.., I I

their guests for 7 p.m. Friday, Dec.

12.Child Find... Mountain of ) to Grow at SR-100 Landfill I

dicap Do you? know a child with a han- By Buster Rahn Regulation, (DER) issued in
Child Find is one part of the BCT Staff Writer The county has only 13 acres in Darrell O'Neal. .. 100 feet deep, cased with special mitted by the county and approvedby
Florida Diagnostic and Learning Florida is growing its own mountains landlill, five are which are I taken County* has ta It materials. DER, with an estimated cost of
Resources System (FDLRS) that but not of the volcanic type. for buffer zones, roads, etc., Waitantisee( appr h fa Approved method of high-rise $75,000 per acre for implementation.
lends support services to They are mountains of solid waste, only 8 acres for burial of ', since it did pol disposal of the solid waste without The county must plan for a
student education exceptional to environmental people, but knownas has been attempting to secure administrator for the pro- digging holes. minimum : ears responsibility
a six county area Bradford programsin garbage to the average citizen. tional acreage joining the too..., ha,.v changed When Surface water management, Including for the close facility. If con-
Baker Flagler Putnam: St.Johns, Perhaps the most obvious and prominent landfill, but had been unable to -a< and Union Counties., mountain of'solid waste is zoning boa Jt: !, he also Lcachate control system to collect the county could be liable for
One function of Child Find Is" north of Palm Beach, adjacent to the so.The DER district In NE of the county and treat water leaching from many additional years. 1
identification of potentially handicapped Florida Turnpike, clearly visible to called the St. Johns District program, with the the fill.
that tains 16 counties of bringing the county Gasification system to release
preschool students, and' everyone traveling busy ,including
the location of children and youth highway'; :"However other counties ford. It is now operating' compliance'witlfDER methane gas generated in the mass. Hi-Rise to Jl gin..,
between birth and 21 of age will join in mountain building of legislation passed in 1985: known O'Neal and his staff are Cell liner of polyurathane or clay.If The county has retained engineer
who may have a handicapping years con- "high-rise" garbage In the immediate the "1985: Safe Water ('! with their office clay, it must meet specificationsfor Glen Williamson of Macclenny
dition and is not receiving services. future. Bradford County Act," which authorizes the city halo! compactness, and be a minimumof whose recommendation to go hirisein
Some areas of the handicapping will begin its own mountain within a take steps to regulate landfill 2 feet thick. Estimated cost of the same, location has own ac
conditions may be speech, matter of weeks. tions and management. ... liner, $50,000 per acre. cepted. DER has approved a temporary
language hearing, visition, learn- The landfill on SR-1 south is virtually ment of the regulations has been has established six re exception for Bradford county -
ing, behavior or physical problems.If filled, and has nowhere to go, than rigid, until recently, for a landfill: Closure of Fill... for a 2 year period, providing the
you know of a child who may except up. It is operating under a DER was lacking in manpower, an approved ground When a landfill is completed, county will cooperate in a regionalSee
be handicapped, contact "certified warning notice" by the that situation is changing, and plan to study the buried and abandoned the county
FDLRS/Chifd Find at ((904) 3288811in Department of Environmental forcement is being felt at ground water. This will re- continues to face substantial ex- ( Landfill..l't\: )
Putnam County or write tn.'l
FDURS/Child Find P.O. Box 159: I -

Bostwick, FL 32007. ForgerySuspect

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Ramses II Pr( ram... "

Monday, Dec. 15: at Stare: in
the Board Room of the
Center of SFCC the Bradford Coun- i s
ty Public Library and the Santa Fe rZf d \
Community College at Starke, will .
present a special audio-visual pro- Gives UpIt
gram on Aclent Egypt and RamsesAll I t R' ,
11. ..., .
interested persons are cor- was 11 o'clock last Saturday
dially invited to attend, says morning.
Librarian Arnold Weeks. For more Deputy David Aderholt was book-
information, phone 964-5382 or ing a prisoner at the county jail and 2 -S f4
9646400. locked the front door when he left the + Il'i
room momentarily.

There was a knock at the door.The M ,, 4V a +1

Upcoming... deputy opened it, and there stood a ; '
) The Bradford Extension slim figure in slacks,plaid shirt, and ,
Homemaker's Club is set to meet baseball cap. with hair tucked tr'
at 10:30: a.m. today (Thursday underneath. ;
Dec. 11) in the Agriculture Buildingon "Mr. Aderholdt?" a feminine
US-301 north at the fairgrounds.A voice asked. "I've been looking for
covered dish and gift exchange is you." 6,_
interested is tit'
planned. Anyone
welcome to attend. "And I've been looking for you,
The BHS football banquet is set too- Andrea the deputy replied,
quickly recognizing his visitor, in ..
for 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday Dec.
11) in the National Guard armoryon spite of "the mannish clothing
Edwards Road. The public is In- "Come in.
vited. Tickets may be purchased by "I want to turn myself in to you,"
the door or reservations made by said Andrea Jenkins, who has left a r
calling 964-6092 or 964-6470. trail of forged checks In Starke,
The Christmas Parade is set at Lawtey, and Kingsley Lake duringthe
10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13. See article past three weeks. "I've got no a i iJiYe.
for more info. other place to go. I've been staying SeB
The Bradford School Board is with friends or sleeping in the woods I' .'
set to meet at 7 p.m. Monday:, Dec. at night. Nobody wants me to stay ,:1 /11 11I .
15, in the Administration Buildingon with them, and I'm tired of r i, .. '
N. Temple Ave. across from the running." wr -
be ask- -
high school. The board will
and York
Aderholt Deputy Doug
ed to a building
nriorlty approve list to be submitted to the had spent long hours on the trail of PTO President Gets School Award...
suite Department of Education, the elusive 24-year-old woman
and will hear progress reports on November 21. Aderholt assured her Andy Jordan, at left, Brooker president, receives a school In honor of its Meritorious School designation for the 1985-86 term
the remodeling a BHS science lab she was more than welcome to stayin plaque from School Supt. Jim Monday at the BE Is the only school the county to become a Meritorious School. I :

and the BHS auditorium, and on jail.
the building of new administrative Andrea thought it was time to con-
offices for Starke Ele. fess, and she told of a chance Brooker Earns Merit School] ] Designation r
-A meeting for northFloridafarmers : meeting in Starke with a woman acquaintance -
to learn about new federal of Waldo and an unidentified f
Improved test scores have BE physical educa- activities. four percentile points on the Comprehensive -
price support and disaster programs Starke man after the Kenwin Brooker Elementary a Rick Ezzell, now "The students here, in front of me Test of Basic Skills
is set at 7 p.m. Tuesday, and Bradford County Telegraph school for the 1985-86, and principal at BMS and who now, are in a long line of Brooker (CTBS). Bradford Is one of 34 or 35:
Dec. 16, in the Ag Building on burglaries in early November The students and teachers were current middle school students who have gotten a fine school districts to submit a
US-301 north. Representatives from couple rode in a small white car An- Monday, Dec. 8, In ceremonies in were at BE last school education right here in this school," meritorious school plan, Duncan
Baker, Bradford, Clay Union, drea said, with back seat and trunk school cafeteria. board members Evelyn said Principal McRae said.
Duval, Alachua, and Nassau Coun- filled with jeans and some Each student and staff and Jimmy Scott, and
ties are expected.The "flowered" women's clothing. received a certificate Jim Duncan.. Supt. Jim Duncan, saying "We Supt. Duncan thanked the BE staff
montly meeting of the Andrea got in the car and found a the achievement earned by only stood and was are proud of Brooker Elementary." and teachers for participating in the I
AARP is set at 1 p.m. Thursday, checkbook amid some Each BE teacher received a by their teacher of last The Meritorious School Programwas program, saying Bt ...is an
Dec. 18. in the Senior Citizen's miscellaneous the back of some $1,600 for the set up under the Quality Incen- outstanding school that reflects the
papers on school fine ideals of the Brooker community. -
Center behind the courthouse. seat she said. When she later left Non-instructional employees tive Program enabling every
.The third Tuesday meeting of about half that amount, and Elementary has always district in the state to present a planto ."
she the check bookin
the City Commission of Starke Is par, slipped and her of got a proportionate share school.The people become a meritorius school to the BE is the smallest school in the ,
set at 7p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, in her pocket began spree to the hours they work. BE has been an outstan- state. Bradford district with 11.5 teaching
city halL A public hearing is set on forgery, according to her story. The school cafeteria was filled for many years," said BE was the only Bradford district units and 140 students. Two BE
a grant application to extend sewer Before leaving the car Andrea capacity with the entire BE McRae, because BE is a school to earn the honor, Supt. Dun- teachers Cindy Lawrence and Gail
nri water service to the area said the couple asked her where they body for Monday's school, the staff can said. To become a meritorious Cook are Florida Merit Teachers
Lc hind the Econo-Lodge west of moderated by Principal Bill is dedicated, and the school more than 50 percent of BE Ms. Cook was Bradford teacher of ,
US301. (See Forgery..p.3A) Guests attending the ceremonies gets involved in school students had to improve more than the year last year. ,'


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I'll Hi- -' \ 'rt-I.EilC"1'1i: : ) December II, |!WIJMS !

& Brooker Changes OrdinanceAllowing I

i lI animals to run loose will and will feed lhem-gain 0iT Thurs
be a civil offense, rather than a day;' at { .-& ool's expense, since \
criminal offense, the Brooker council the inmates will be working on
decided Tuesday night, Dec9. school property some of the time. :

The council, with a bare quorum Corrections will furnish transpor.
I present, directed town attorney tation, inmate's tools and correctional
/ Roger Blinn to draft an amendmentto officers for supervision.
the current animal control or-
dinance to allow animal owners to be Police Car Repair...
4 ; : lA \ 1 : charged with civil citations, rather Constable Tommy Raulerson
p& than with criminal charges, for reported the cost of new tires, front
allowing animals to run loose. end alignment and wheel balancingfor
the police car to be$227, based on
Blinn told the council the 1986 the Florida state contract.The coun-
Florida Legislature made this type cil approved the purchase, and advised
:: ordinance possible, providing Raulerson to proceed with
I <
t : penalties up to $500 fines. Brooker having the work done
k a council told Bhnn to restrict first offenses
c. -' I d $ to $25 and second offenses to

\ t i ; $50. Civil citations may be handled On Burned House...
similar to traffic tickets, Blinn said.
When the council approves the The question of razing the remainsof
amendmenta public hearing will be burned residence near the fire
held, prior to a final vote I by, the house was tabled at the last regular
i. council.Blinn. meeting, to be considered at this
: w t told the council that Brookerhas
Councilwoman Sue Davis said "I
no "cruelty to animals" or-
J dinance at this time, but under the think we should wait until all council
1 new Florida statutes, this item could members are present, to"make a
decision on this matter Councilman ,
be included in the The
council declined to include "cruelty A.B. Adams said that since
t the matter was tabled in a prior
r ; to animals" in the instructions to
Blinn. meeting, it would not be necessary
+ 1 1F to take any action at this meeting,
Mrl' V 1 M yti Road Repair... unless the members in attendence
1 wanted to do so. The matter was
4'1 y4Yi Council Chairman C.J. Stalnaker dropped at that point.
4 advised the council that the Depart Councilmen Roy Carroll and Carl
ment of Corrections will be sending Edwards were absent
10 inmates to Brooker on Wednesdayand
Thursday, Dec 10 and 11, to RR Signals Needed...
{ assist in patching roads and clean-
h ,IT rL
Adams told the council that heisn't
R work within the town.
; up
; satisfied with information furnished
4 The inmates, being sent from
Union Correctional Institution, by railroad representitives at
L lp J Raiford, will require a noon meal at the October meeting, in which they
said the
trains would be
*4 running
..4' the town's expense. Stalnaker said
the school has agreed to feed the 10 through Brooker for a year or more,

: Brains..or Hard Workers...? ,!inmates for $17.50 on Wednesday, $.. Pag 3A

I The 15; students who earned straifjM-A's for the second six-weeks at Standing: Andy Smith Jane Stanuix-llay, Danielle Smith, Janna . . . . ... . . . . .

Rh. dIuid .Middle; School arc ((1 l-r): Thornton Dranu Holiday, Brian. Canova, Jason Canova, Janice Davie, Hours 9:30: -9:30 M-F \
Kneeling: Brenda Williams, lloll.t ll.iteher. Heather Safrzr. and K.yron [.cc. Jennifer Kighl anti Christine Naz"orlh, 9:30-4:00Sal. Ann
1I.lIIi.a! KU'lumlsoii. 504 W. Street Jo s ... .
((904)) 964-8547 ,.. j ... ,...r.;)
I A Sociality Gift Shop ..

13 Students Earn; SlraightA'sThii'i'fii Smidai Super Saver Sp'i,11I -

1 4 p.m. Only
Bradlord Middle :School::; The 85 students on the A-B honor Starling, Lori Starling, Carla Stewart, April Taylor, Chris Thompson Selected. Items Mi price for Sunday ()nlDillemil \ -
roll are, by grade: Stephens, Michael Stoneman, Richard Wolf .
students! or 1.6 percent of the
Tushina Vanzant, Clarence J uterchandisc oil rule ('\ .t'l'SUIIII.I' until CIII'i-IIII": I IS. M.lkcsomeone's
t31u 111"l1Ihl'I' student body, earnedsti.iiilit
'') A's /lor the second sixweekm Eighth Grade: Kristi Ball, Williams. Sixth Grade: Cynthia Agin, drrilli .1 "1.11Bud": Cluu-olalc: ( Chem. .lIul| \ .\IIill.1
.a 11111 period which ended Nov. 18. Regina Bass. Christina Bath, Shena Angela Baldree, Emily Bradford, I II.scs." IxMiililul .iiul I I d..Ji'ioll'!
Seventh Grade Burges, Keri Crafton,
Michael !Becker, Jennifer Bennett, : StephanieAgin
Another 8i(; BMS students, or 10.4 Shanae Blom Missy Bosier, Kenya Atkins, Kim Busby< Jonathan Ferguson, Jennifer I'AccI: Ifiil Srlfi I ion, ul Uuicuc'I'rathcr{| (;Jills
piucnt" ol the BlO-memher student Dawnya Burns, Karen Coleman, Misty Crawford, Shannon Elliot, Glisson,Arnie Griffis,Jeffery Johns Lupyactinipliuit 1 'utuytuptiitidT't' \\Itik' \i oll .simp |I'uogillvsrap11'rrlignclc !
bi'iU., r on the A-B honor roll.sii.nnhtA Cox, Josh Crawford Brad Gros, Mark Harden,Andrea Hewett, Marie McKinney, Charnelle
Hamilton, Shannon Hicks, Jay Sean Jones, Eddie Lewis, Amanda McPherson, Christy Milton, / Your floirollllg.'
students are, by grade: Hodge, Jason !Howard, Amy Jones, Loper, Michael McKinney, ChristaModesUrt Latanya Mitchell, Stephen Murphy
Sharon Josey Tiffany King, Blaine Emily Nugent, Larry Par- James Parado, John Ripplinger, Open Sundays 1.4 til Christmas
Eighth:, grade: !McChesney, James McCourt, Lisa rish Pam Patterson, HebeccaPhl11ips Vera Smith, Caryn Taylor, Calvin
Hi i ,iiii, Canova son of Mr. and !Mrs. Mosley, Deborah Nichols, Alpesh Emory Prevail, Tasha Walker, Juantaria Williams is iii iii II
1 )"\ ,id Kevin Snort David Spell. Diane Kristen Sapp. Chris Snow. KelleyRosha's

.Icnnilei- Kight, daughter of Mr..mil BANQUET ROOM
.' <1 Mr- John Kight ol Starke.

sh.ire.i, flyers, daughter of Mr. Salads . . . . . . from 75 '
..'HI :Mrs Hi lh' Sanford of Starke.
I ( Beauty Shop Breakfast . ... . . .'. . 90

Clinsiine :tiaz\\orth daughter ofMr Vegetable Plate ..., .,','.,' . $1.95
M.irkeD.uiika and Mrs Ho.llWOI.th. ; of 1r, /VMII.S// s
r !Richardson, daughter of # post-Impression' 50 PCS. Chicken special $30.00
Mi, jnd Mrs. Sam Richardson ofM.ii \
/ ko "...r. by Helene. Curtis Reg. $30.00 (Carry Out Only) ED CHICKEN

AndSmith, ol Mr. and Mrs. $2500
I 11.1\ id Smith ol son Starke. % 4.Perm.\ . . . NOW 6 a.m. 10 p.m. 7 Days A Week
/Danielle Smith, daughter of Mr. 4 ? Christmas Season
lP Offer good through Our Ilouxe Special
6 am. HwySOl S. Starke Fla HLDyc
,ml :Mrs Dan Smith ol Slarke. open !
\ 597 Raiford Road 964-7570 Always!
Seventh Grade:
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Janice' Davie, daughter of Mr. and ----
\11 Richard Davis of Starke.
Deana Holiday. daugMtr Mr. -
nil :Mrs George Holiday of St?-kl'
Home Entertainment
Jane Stanwix-Hay daughter of fJ
\li and Mrs. Hay Stanwix-Hay! of GINA'SClassic
Hampton Oaks.
Brenda Williams daughter of Mr Cuts & Styles
,aid! :Mrs. Charles H. Williams of ."' Concepts
or .

Sixth Grade: I,' : Look Great for Bradford Square Shopping Center 964.6946

Jason Canova son of Mr. and!Mrs. .:o; the Holidays!
David! Cannva of Kingsley Lake. .
!llollHatcher, daughter of Mrs. ; --:- Big
WIII'W' Revels of Starke and Harry $2 5
Hatcher of Starke Perms tin. I n-iim . .
Byron Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. MemVomens

(Robert) Lee of Starke. Haircuts . . . . $700Curly Screen
Heather Safer, daughter of Mr.n(1
\ Mrs Sheldon Safer of Starke.
.lanna Thornton, daughter of Mr. .
.ind. Mrs. Donnie Thornton of 964-6777

Kingsley Lake ;k 418 Suite N.A Temple Ave. Gina Brown Frazee Tues.-Sat.Hours 9-5: f T.V.

Starke. Fl' Marla C.Walker Evenings by

COMMUNITY I across- from BHS_ Appointment By

BIBLE CHURCH PanasonicRegular ,,, :

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Sunday \School 9:45-10:45: : i I
Sunday Strvic* ;1I-tl2; LWFE: '1895.00

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STARKE Plus 100 Movies FREE

CHURCH OF GOD "FOR DAD B SALE $17 9500 Sale Ends at 6 p.m. Saturday November 29
422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 ,
Walter F. Montz, PastorWe ...THAT WILL FIT B

invite Attended you to worship Nursery with us. YOUR BUDGET SALE ENDS "AT Ii PM SATiJ- V,' NOVEMBER 29 j

Sunday School loam !
Morning Worship .11am I SHARP VCR !
Evening Service .6pm Truck Accessories I
Wednesday Youth . . 7:30 pm |I-

COUNTY: THI BRADFORD TELEGRAPH -. I Car Accessories $299 !

I'nMMiecl c\ery Thursdayat i Great Last Minute I p '

135V.: Call StreetStarKe. 14 Day Timer _
l Morid.i 32091 i Gift Ideas II
Remote Control
Second Class postage paid atSlIlrl.

..(. FloridaSubscription | Open 8:30-5:30: : Monday-Saturday

ln-IraIe area: S 12.Hales()() per: )car I Thomas Auto Parts 70 Free Movies,

$7.00( six months! TO BE USED IN 100 DAYS >!f" t1f1

Outside area: $13 I per >ear S 430 S. Temple Avenue % 964.5611D7tEAlE I ,..

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N Record Number. () f Knlries: ( Slated I for Parade- I:

f There are over 40 entries for the 1986 Cnnstmas Parade set at 10 The winning theme was submitted by Mrs. Iva Jean Ham-ll's fourth
1 11g a.m. this Saturday, Dec 13, says Chamber Director Jack Eckdahl. grade Soulhside Elementary classroom, which won HIP $25 award. i
It is a record number of entries. There were 30 entries in the 1985 The Parade Committee of the Starke-Bradlord Chamber of Commerce I',

parade.. the sponsoring organization, is Steve Denmark, Dwayne Hardy
: A Christmas program is set after the parade in the SFCC parking Jimmy Bowen, Linda Patrick, Jimmy Epps, Steve Futch and the I
I lot, with the Bradford-Union Community Band playing, and the SFCC Shrine Club. The committee will contact Santa Claus, and arrange for N
I Shoe-String Players presenting a short Christmas play. him to take part in the parade. Since there i is only one Santa it would
Starting point will be at the intersection of Thompson and Walnut only confuse children to have anyone else dressed in Santa suits taking I
streets, adjacent to Veteran's Memorial Park, where the artillery part in the parade.Applications I
piece is located. to enter floats, bands or other groups in the parade '
ij The parade will move north on Walnut St., to Madison St; West on may be obtained from the Chamber of Commerce office, phone I
Madison St., to Court St; North on Court St.,to Call St; East on Call St. 964-5278. Awards of $50, $35 and $15 will be made to the top three win ,
to Thompson St; North on Thompson St. Jelferson St; West on Jefferson ners. Entrants must be at the starting point at 9 a.m., and in position at ,
iM, St. to Clark St., which is the ending point. The parade route is 9:30: a.m. for the 10 a.m. starting time '

("4 approximately .7 miles in length. Sufficient adults must accompany each float or group to supervisethe 'i,t
The 1986 parade theme is "Christmas in the Country," chosen in
activity Participants are to remove a float immediately
competition among Bradford County elerwnlary student classrooms.
from the parade in case of a breakdown.

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Landfillstudy 'f>. "":::.4", r ', (j)
l ryr
: I
SdlPd of solid waste management.The DEIl; regulations are expensive, f/ 'I '

!!! r J'' county commission has passed a but will be required, O'Neal says. POINSETTIAS :
resolution to be included in this Florida citizens are dependent on ;
New Construction Gets Improvement Award... study. groundwater for 98 percent of their $ / F I I'it
Excavation for solid waste will be drinking water, unlike many other .99 !
Lynn Luther of the newly constructed Lynn's Dry-Wall on SIl-10 east of discontinued in two months, and the states that have large surface water .
Slarke Is the December recipient of the Bradford Improvement Award high-rise operation will begin. In the holdings or mountain\ watersheds. If V'
given( by Chamber of Commerce Susan Faulkner chairperson of the Improvement mean tine, the commissioners must the water supply isn't protected at r' Cash 'N Carry ,

Award\ Committee, presents the award. either purchase or lease an earthmover whatever cost, the state would face m ,,1'r'
O'Neal stated a "new finding new sources of water or the --- --- -.
management" plan will be in place water we have would be very expensive
Forgery Jan. 1 in an attempt to restrict the to clean up to he drinkable.
use of the landfill to Bradford Several neighboring counties,
residents and waste generated In- Union Baker and Nassau have Z.RoseslB50'
She was also brought before Judge side the county. begun looking at alternative sourcesof
could sell the jeans, believed to be
John Crews in Circuit Court Tuesdayfor
has landfillin revenue to meet the slate .
Clay County only one new
the ones stolen from Kenwin's. She failure to appear in court while operation,approximately 25 miles regulations. Union County has s i (Arranged) Dozen : t:
suggested they try The Apartmentson under $1,000 cash-or-surety bond from Keystone Heights. This In- already gone to a county-wide ; __ .--- -. '
Highway 16, where they sold following burglary and grand convenience has increased the special assessment for solid waste IIF1 :J
of the and took the k
some clothing larceny charges from an Epperson .
on the Bradford facility, disposal. Can Bradford county be far CANDLELIGHTBOUQUET t\
in pressure
rest to Porters Quarters Street B&E last fall. The new bond but the will to behind?
new plan attemtp pre
Gainesville, Andrea said. Accordingto set in this case was $5,000. Such
vent out-of-county residents since special tax assessments can 7
her story, she was promised a be levied in addition to the 10 mills of ;qp
Andrea is not
commission on the sales, but this As for her future plans, Clay County contributing ,
said she wanted to remain in jail until toward the cost of the Bradford solid property taxes allowed under
never her trial and sentencing (if con- waste program.Portables. Florida law.Requests. Wire Christmas Flowers !
The checks were printed for the victed) hoping that the time served Early
account of Eugene L. Matthews at would )be credited to her sentence. Set I for SEA :
Florida National, where the forgerywas She told Aderholt she had gone Julia 9s Florist s4'
detected after several checks without "crack" for three days, and for portable classroomsare P
portable classroom tor ?
had previously been cashed. To did not expect any withdrawal pro- Starke Elementary should be readyin also in from Bradford High, 224 \ 'Idllpll 1 \\iMIIK Sl.llki
date, 12 or more checks totaling over
while in
and Brad- {
Soulhside Elementary,
$1,000 have turned up, and Andrea 45 days after a $25,724 bid was let r r 4
told Aderholt she burned the unused The date for her arraignment has to Spacemaster of Jacksonville at a ford Middle School. 9047711gWWIPWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
checks "in the woods". been set for December 22. Dec. 9 school board meeting. Four portable classrooms were in .
Andrea also faces possible Also accepted Dec. 9 was the the 85-86 budget, but three were I
Andrea faces six charges of buill to BMS and two to
now in Clay County, resultingfrom ordering of materials for two addi- one going
checks and six of charges also in the
forging charges passing two forged checks, tional portable classrooms. The BUS. Four portables are
"uttering a forgery" (cashing the totaling $410.57, at Strickland'sstore board also authorized the ad- current 86-87 budget_

checks--) total of 12 felonies. Kingsley Lake. Deputy Danny minstrative staff to contract with a .IIM/It''tIMJPt' .tIMJ 'tl'/I\1\:''to/Pt' 't ,..,..."'J V .."'J "'. _"'" .- ,."' .,,_.'v.._..v..._..v .._.. _.._....__ _.__ ..... ....,..
In an appearance before County Thomas said information in the case qualified individual to supervise onsite 1 ( Wj t?Wj k Wi Wj( (PI.I .(1 Wi 1 4/Wj l tl1 W'iw 1 \ 1 1WE'RE
Judge George H. Pierce, her bond is being filed with the State At- construction of the two portables
was set at$1,000 cash on one count of torney's office in Green Cove Spr- using inmate labor. I S
"uttering" the check that was at ings, and a capias will likely be Supt. Jim Duncan says he is not HAVING AN OLD-FASHIONED
tached to the warrant fcjr( her arrest, issued for Andrea's arrest on settled on a specific site yet for the & 9
and $7,000 cash-or-surety bond on charges of forgery and/or uttering a second and third portables, but one : "T.T

the 11 remaining counts.Brooker. forgery in Clay County will driving probably range go which to SE is and currently the new i c I EIB: A. STJI1.A.STERWILLEGAR ;

without any classroom space.
At its Nov. 17 meeting the school I i
board decided to see which way por- MOTORS
(from page 2.V Mrs. Davis suggested the council :
tables can be built faster, with a
request attorney Blinn to write the &
before and contractor or with inmate
flashing lights gates private .
Department of in
would be installed.! labor with a school board employed 1\1
reference to the signals, and Blinn
Adams said the town should .
1 exhaust agreed to write the letter. Blinn said, supervisor.At
including "con- the Nov. 17 meeting SE Principal xfI1Pick
every means 1986 RANGER
however, that it might be more effective said his school
tacting the governor, to have proper written over the signature of Wayne McLeod
signals in place, when. the trains- needs two portables to relieve over- '
Mayor Blake ilam lton.
hpf 1inln rfin '. *\ crowded conditions in the excep-, .. I Ii
Up .
.-tshtgrnA" l \ V > N v W onal child. / List 'BBSS \
: .

"Mct ; on"N' Farm ]Programs; Set trJ\JS. :-., I Limited Offer $6295 ,1./ "" '\ I IIt

A multi-county meeting of area tionally just reached Director Planting Rules... Includes Frt. & Tax f.:. -, <, .'..., _., 'r1 ., .

agriculture interests for informationon Carver last week. A new 1986 Sod Buster/Swamp M: k TO CHOOSE FROM ,1"\ --. ) 1 Jij
new farm aid and planting limita- To be eligible, a farmer must havea =-
tion programs is set at a 7 p.m.Tuesday loss of production because of Buster program effective in June ;/.J.
1 t Dec. 16, in the Bradford County drought, excessive heat, floods, hail, prohibits any farmer from produc- n i I I
ing a on highly erodible land not I -
Agriculture Building on US-301 northof or excessive moisture. The above crop .: .__ >
counties designated as disaster farmed in the years 198185. -. .
Starke at the fairgrounds ---- i' ... ... .
39 Florida counties are qualified to areas are eligible.To Growing crops on newly cleared It, II-' T '
participate in a band new disasteraid eligible for a disaster payment highly erodible land not used in *:1. j- U rjJIjii":,,:nM a a i
farmer must have suffered a 1981-85 makes a farmer ineligible for -- '
program, including Alachua a .
Baker, Bradford, Clay, Duval, andUnion 50% loss in whatever crop he has any federal aid. The program includes ._- .. 1 :
counties. The representativesof grown. The program includes all pasture land converted to ii!{ .. .. :: -:--

each are invited to meet here Dec. commercial crops, including hay crops.More information these and !
Carver The farmer must pro-
16. says.
Topics will be crop support prices, vide the ASCS with proof of his loss. other the Dec.programs 16 meeting.will be available at | SANTA'SI !

the disaster program, and a sod }
buster/swamp buster program .
limiting putting new highly erodible GIFT TO YOU FROM TERWILLEGAR '
land into production.
Jim Walter Homes
Corn Program... has changed with the times...
Sign-up for the 1987 corn price sup- I NOTHING DOWNWith j
port program is going on right now,

Agriculture executive according to director Stabilization Warren for Carver and the ,Conser-federal county Tak. :; New Look | approved credit |

vation Service. 1 NO PAYMENT TILL FEBRUARY 87 g

To be eligible to participate in the .
corn program,a farmer must have a j?

" acreage feed grain planted base, which over is the proof past of five his 1986 Escort / 1987 Escort j

years established prior to-1987. Requirements -
are that a farmer leave GT WAGON '
idle 20% of his base and receive no __ .
payment on that 20%. .. ;! ; ,. ih\\ T
:It, .

Disaster Program... _. Mlrc'4 3.6l'Nt xz't- i1 ( ) ( ) -.. .. m

Word of a brand new disaster plan ;e4.Y ., .
approved Oct. 10 by Congress and ;r. i1 P.!

authorizing up to $,100 million na- t i h 1\1 .

1 I are .,1-1. WllliamsburgSet Set 4 Bedrooms I 3.90/0 $300
School MenusBradford lS : 1 2ViB tti 1 or Back

":Iem. &!Middle School L7 'IJ N 1987 Acrostar Van

Mcinilm.. H.imburgor on bun,Taler loU,lettuce In order to keep abreast of the times, Jim Walter Homes a:
tomato It pickles, chocolate pudding, milk. continues to improve the homes we build and the ser

salad Tiimilny cheese: Spaghetti aux> ,apple w/meal crisp hot sauce rolls, garden milk.UrnWsduvi vices we offer. If you haven't visited one of our display : : __ $2 000 DISCOUNT! I
Barbecue beef on bun, buttered parka recently, come see us now. r

corn ThurHilnyi peaches Baked, milk.turkey & dressing, mashed Modem, newly designed homes ; g
potatoes It giblet gravy buttered green peas Exciting new color schemes M. $$16,470$14,470plus
nberry sauce ambrosia hot rolls, milkKrlitiivi More than 20 models-2 to 4 bedrooms, 1, 2 and ,:
I. Hot dug on bun, baked beam cabbageslaw !i I
2% baths
pineapple tidbits,
Christmas ke cream

Bradford mlk., Middle School students have a choice .. New Central siding heat options and air conditioning Kl1987 Bronco II XLT 4x2 -- .
of a hot lunch or a salad bar. Septic tanks
Bradford High School '. Reduced prices ill 5 to Choose From$2.30D -+ -: I '

Hamburger gravy mashed potatoes' ,-H.: No down payment to qualified property owners tl 'r', --r'
Monday i
mixed vegetublue brownie hot rolls milk. .-::::.::.::. *rNo points, dosing costs or application fees I :
Tuesday Beef-a-ronl,cheese. slix,garden salad *-r'.**$$.I.' .1 %APR Fixed-mortgage financing i
rolls milk.Wednesday
apple crisp hot ::;:: J I --Transterrable' mortgages ,
Barbecue on bun, buttered corn \ :It '' e
peaches cookie! milk., Me, .;, :. Proclaimed Americas NUMBER ONE builder of $10 plus

potatoes Thursday w/glblet I Baked gravy turkey, buttered& dressing. green mashed pea, magazine detached, single-family' homes by BUILDER. I $15,893 I ilij 593 tax :

ambrosia hot rolls milk. More than 100 locations in 17 states
baked beans cabbage
.Iaw Krldavi,applesauce Hot dog,on Christmas bun Ice Cream. ,milk. r. Licensed Doing business to build since in 21 1945 states I WE WILL BEAT ANY CREDIT UNION SALE PRICEy! j :

A-la-Cart More than 250,000 homes built I Ig.
Monday: Milkshake orange Juice, pizza Open daily and on weekends
cheeseburgers, hamburgers. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ;
vorndogs hamburgers
\ Tuc'.d.n,i mtlknhakesorange Choneuuiken. pizza juice.Wedncsdavi For morertbrmation and the location of the display !
Corndogs, orange Juice, park nearest jou call this ton-tree number today...
cheeseburgers, milkshakes, pizza. 473-3873 206 W. Madison Starke 964-7200 j f
Thor.dt,): Cheeseburgers, orange Juice, pizza, Hwy 21 Keystone Hgts, lit
fries HDME ..
milkshakes$ french 'oII
.hamburgers, french I' S G'ville 377-1096
friilmCheeseburgers Jax 388-FORD -
fries, ,'milkshakes;, ,pizza, ,orange Juice. 1-80CM-WALTER (1-800-492-5837)( ) I

Mind,1.,..1.bur day or students they mu.v hat purchase e a choice a-la-carle.of a hot lunch, l!?' X114a s11iY1t1} lit'1'I'ti11'l1If141'l' }' ::1{ iI i


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etriTOTUALSCareer .

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Shadowing Day

Deserves RepeatingAn

4.t .
on-the-job learning experience .
that might be compared to Governor hf

Bob Graham's "work days" brought a \ a l illilll,.
'.. taste of the real world to Bradford High 1 f, j aIV
School students last week, and was ac- 1I ti

claimed a great success by all who par- i ;.

ticipated.For dr

many young people making a
i decision to choose the business or tf Po
career in which they will spend the pro- A
+ ductive years of their life is a traumatic a
experience. Unless they have a natural t1 .
bent in one direction or another, it is

sometimes very- difficult to hit on a ,,

career that will provide financial given a favorable response by local The Call Street ExpressTwo
stability and at the same time be in- business and industry.A t tby

teresting and challenging.Last list of cooperating businesses was i old pictures, never published before in The Telegraph Mitchell's Drug Store which also housed the Starke post office M
week's highly successful compiled and members of the Junior are presented this week from the collection of the BradfordCounty at one time.

"Career Shadowing" program, in which Class at BHS were given the opportunity Historical Board of Trustees. The originals are printed The three men "dressed to kill" in three-piece suits, derby
in tone and somewhat faded from of to
some fifty local businesses and more to select the one that best fitted their sepia and are. years exposure hats and fancy mustache, beard and sideburns, respectively,
than light handling.The unidentified. But written the back of the photo is "PrBper1ty
eighty students participated provided objective for a future career. Chamber are on
1 the for member Med retired three men in an ox cart,pictured above,are believed to be of J.R. Davis", so one of them, possibly the one holding the
opportunity high Conley, a executive posing somewhere on Call Street, but exact location is unknown. cane may have been his father, W. Ellery Davis "late of New
students to get a feel for the outside of Kraft corporation, then The faded sign on the frame store building can barely be made York," who was associated with J. M. Truby in operating
world and how they might fit into the undertook the job of coordinating the out to say U.D. Miner, who was a jeweler and a watchmaker on orange groves in the Starke area.
picture after graduation. choices of the students with the training Call Street in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.Mr. Note the wooden sidewalks white pickett fences, and the pic-

Students participating in the offered by the local businesses.Not Miner later moved his store to the building now occupied turesque gas lamp on the corner which was lighted at dusk by
program Mr. Sydboten the town lamplighter.
agreed that this preview of the "work only did the students benefit but

world", brief as it was, removed much the participating owners and managersdid ': ,
of the doubt and uneasiness with which also. Many of them expressed ,;,

they would ordinarily face a job-seeking themselves as impressed with the obvious -
experience. It gave them a bit of confidence interest of the students in the
and a sense of direction that business world and with their
they would not otherwise have. friendliness and politeness during the

The Career Shadowing day's activities.
program grew '
out of a joint goal of the State Depart- This initial "Career Shadowing" day -

ment Education and the State was such a success and deemed so wor- b o
Chamber of Commerce to foster closer thwhile that the sponsors have decidedto ', w M

ties between the business communityand make it an annual event, sponsoredby 4$ ; ti

the schools for the ultimate benefitof the Education Committee of the ,
students preparing themselves for Chamber of Commerce. a $LL4 f fII
the future.A Students and the business communityall -; 4t

seminar held toward this goal was agree that the program gives the

attended by Jim Duncan Superintendent young people a chance to get a first fI
of Schools and Dr. Bernard hand feel for the job what they need to di

McFadden chairman of the Chamber of do to prepare for it, andmost impor-
Commerce Committee on Education. tant of allwhether or not they would I
They linked the idea and brought the like to continue in this particular line of t

message back with them where it was work or move on into another field.

I Slow Start Made On Telling AllIn :


spite of President Reagan's role. The CIA reportedly controlled :
somewhat belated call to his staff for money generated by overcharging Iran
complete openness on details Tuesdaywas for arms and skimming off the excess I

for for _, __. _
a frustrating day investigators profits aidalthough Contra S .n. --
trying to get at the truth of the Iranian commanders deny getting the multi-
tangle. million dollars which supposedly wentto Sweet Corn Off to MarketThis

before the them. The dispositon of the funds has
Congressional inquiry never been clarified and much is photograph, vintage 1920, was donated to the Historical man,who died in 1955,was a member of the school board duringthe
Foreign Affairs Committee ran into a Board recently by Walden Wadsworth of Hampton.It 1950s. His children still living in the area west of Lawteyare
blank wall the two out believed to have gone to socalled"middlemen" Wade Gaskins Lois and
as men pointed at the railroad with : Mrs. Oscar Carter, Mrs. Norman
depicts a busy scene Lawtey platform
by Attorney General Meese as the only and brokers dealing in crates of sweet corn ready for shipment in box cars. Ossie Truman, and Howard Norman all of Route One.

ones in the White House to know "all thefacts" arms. Standing at center is the late J.S. (Buddy) Norman, a prominent Note the donkey cart loaded with sweet corn and the old
resorted to the Fifth Amendmenton Lawtey State Bank on the corner of Main Street now U.S. 301.
Lawtey grower of truck crops and strawberries. Mr. Nor-
advice of their attorneys and refusedto In the meanwhile, White House direc-
tor of communications Patrick ,
all the -
answer questions on grounds
that they would be self-incriminating. Buchanan muddied the waters even

Admiral Poindexter and Colonel North more Monday members by roundly of his denouncing An Open Letter to the Citizens of Bradford County
Congressional own par-
said they would talk later but not now. .,
ty (Republican) who dared to suggest
Wednesday was also a blank as far as that the President, in order to make a Concerning the Judicial System

informing the American people was new start on foreign policy, must get rid
concerned. CIA director William Casey of those on his staff who kept him unin-
testified before a Congressional formed or misinformed about what is or A hearty congratulation to the Bradford Should the latter become a reality then The concerned citizens of Lawtey call on
committeebut behind closed doors. in and outside the White County Sheriff's Department for the apprehension Bradford County will be in a crisis.None of Bradford County to voice your opinion.
was going on of those responsible for the recent -
us will be safe because it will
Casey's testimony should have been House. Mr. Buchanan, a bellicose, burglaries and armed robbery. serve as an invitation anymore to anyone that of These us. We criminals must not have be complacent no regard for! Theyare any

interesting in view of recent disclosuresthat ultra-Reaganite berated Republicanslike Thanks to the Sheriff's department CRIME DOES PAY. a threat to our wives and children.We .
he personally approved CIA par- Senator Lugar who are urging the under Dolph Reddish! They have and are Our "fame" will then spread to other
ticipation in a secret U.S. Israeli shipment President for his own good, to let it all doing their Job. areas drawing to our community Judge must know let that the we District want justice.Attorney These and
of arms to Iran in November 1985 hang out NOW and get it over with Now the community stands poised to see criminals from the outside because we criminals MUST NOT go unpunished. If
contrary to the account that he initially before more damage is done. if our Judicial System is going to do its job. will criminals"be known. as the "place of refuge for value your lives and possessions, then
to the House and let show these criminals that will not
gave Senate Intelligence There are only two alternatives: us we
Committees. But Buchanan in his argument that These criminals are probably sitting in be "slaves" to them nor tolerate them. '
the ends justify the means, even if the 1. Either justice will be rendered by givIng jail "knowing" that they will likely be"outor Otherwise be prepared for an increaseof I'
It has been charged that Casey means involve breaking the law has these sick people some time for their Christmas". They laugh and scoff at burglaries and robberies and finally-
ordered the CIA to provide "logisticalsupport" the own good and restore the people's faith In usl! They were for the most part caught in rapes and murders.
given White House spokesmen one our Judicial System or: the act. There is solid evidence against
for the shipment at the requestof Robert Austin,Jr.,Lawtey
more thing to about in their efforts !
Colonel North then a member of the worry 2. They will be set "free" to roam our them
to dilute the Iranian-Contra fiasco. streets,frighten our children, terrorize our .
National Council staff .
Security two community and make a mockery of our
months before President Reagan
signed Judicial System.
the written intelligence "finding" nor- Career Shadowing No Meeting This MonthOf

mally required for such covert opera- Nixon Rides Program Praised Historical SocietyDue

tions. ForestryBy Gentlemen: to the heavy calendar of holiday activitles -

The National Security Act governing To The The recent Career Shadowing programis Bradford, there County will Historical be no meeting Society of the in

intelligence operations, bars the CIA Rescue David W.Norton a step forward in building a school- December. The next meeting and electionof

from aiding or conducting a covert Bradford County Forester from business businesses partnership.individuals The, and cooperation studentswas officers will be held January IS.

operation abroad unless the President Tax Seminar Jan. 13 outstanding. The program was a
issues a "finding" that the operation is Look who's emerging to help result of planning and coordination bet-
in the national interest. A senior ad- President Reagan out of his present Last week I received some griping from ween the Chamber of Commerce and the Starke 4-II Club
some folks who have lived here since their
School Board with the
ministration official, in a White House dilemma. birth so I thought that I might recognize done through the actual Education developmentbeing Com- Needs Adult LeadersThe
briefing last month said the U.S. sent None other than X-President them. mittee of the Chamber. Starke 4-H Club is in need of
no arms shipment to Iran before Richard Nixon, who seems to be It was pointed out that despite my com- adult project leaders. If you like
Reagan signed the January 17"finding" kind ments concerning Christmas trees in lastweek's Particular mention should be made of working with people from ,
emerging as a of selfappointed"elder the counselors young
article that they have been cutting occupational specialists
I because "that would have statesman" the ages 8-18, and if you have skills in
of U.S. their own trees since they were old enoughto and teachers who supported the program
been illegal, and I have said we didn't Nobody asked him but walk. Therefore I will retract my state- and Mark Frledlin wbo provide i fxc1l1entpress the following areas please contact'I
Nixon tolda I Cathy Taylor for more information
do anything illegal. Apparently, ment that "cutting a Christmas tree has coverage. Y

Reagan finally signed a "finding" in Governors closed-door meeting that of the Republican Iran- just Wait recently a minute caught,...!on will here"not.retract The plans are'to conthiud the program 964-7978.Electricity beef &: beef breeding,
January after the sale had already been Controversy statement! When I said that and I know for next year and hopefully more studentswill photography, small engines, bicycle
was merely "a side-
made. show". the rest of you understood what I meant take advantage of this excellent learn- repairs, dog care &: training, I
(even though I didn't say so), I meant cut- ing opportunity. veterinary science, horse &:, I'
The Justice Department and Con- No doubt Nixon still considers the ting trees off a well kept Christmas tree Jim Duncan Superintendent horsemanship wildlife and rabbit
gress are pursuing: new evidence that Watergate escapade that cost him farm. Some old woods tree that was taken production. We have young people
the CIA played an Important role in not the presidency as the "main attraction" from someone else's property is not what I Bradford County Schools waiting for you and your skills right
only selling arms to Iran, but also in was referring to. For the rest of you who I NOWI! .
If volunteer at least 6
have offended-EXCUSE me for a you can
funneling the profits through a secret flight misstatement! hours of your time from now until
Swiss bank account to the Contras in In the meanwhile, Reagan seems Now that that Is corrected on to more important KLPOA M Jl""! May 1, come join our 4-H club and
Nicaragua after Congress had forbid- to be riding high above the fray on matters. For any landowners who Plan Xma!? Pp! ..ty9Member8'gtth help us "To Make The Best Better."
den such aid.Monday his teflon wings. Asked by a reporter are concerned how tax reform will be affecting : Klrigsley; Lake Property
and Tuesday's Congressional if he was watching the Congres- their forestry practices you should Owners, AssnTWlU! hold their annual .
consider coming to a tax seminar on Tues-
inquiries concentrated on the role of sional hearings the "Gipper" paus- day, :30 p.m. tentatively Christmas party and covered dish supperat
White House officials, or ex-officials, ed long enough during a photo oppor- the But13at7 School. I will men- the civic center Friday night Dec. 22.
will be served at 7 followedby
with Casey's closed testimony Wednesday tunity with the President of Zaire to tion this again as further details are planned Supper of Please p.m.mark, "Even If you are on the right track
exchange gift* gifts
so stay posted to the news. HAPPY an you will get run over H you |Just sit
wisecrack .. and then when ,
being the first concerning the CIA : .now I HOLIDAYS! for man, woman or child. there." Will Rogers'Ir
j can't find a ball game."


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Special Christmas Services Connie Andrews To Wed

Social Side .. Kevin Russell Jan. 31

Club News At Kingsley Lake Baptist 5 Mr. & Mrs. William Andrews of
f\f the 'NoJfces .. ] Lake Butler announce the engage
Church Items ment of their Connie
Oj daughter,
This Christmas evening devoted to families
.2..1. season Kingsley sharing Marie, of Theressa, to Kevin Brad-
: .\ Lake Baptist is planning two special in Christmas. It will begin with a ford Russell, son of Mrs. Jean
News "
) evening services to which everyone covered dish dinner with everyone Russell of Theressa
Weddings is invited to attend. eating by families In the fellowship
The bride-elect is
a 1982 graduateof
rrl J The first Is a special musical per- hall. A program consisting of I
'Receptions Union County School and is
'(l C( formance by the adult choir entitled Christmas carols, a children's choir t High Electric
Parties employed by Clay
l "Out of Love..The Saviour Came". performing several songs and the h./; .1 Cooperative. '
.. / The choir will be led by Thom Garrison Christmas story will then be Kevin is 1984 BUS and
a graduate
the Minister of Music at presented, all of which will be done t is the National I
Kingsley Lake Baptist. He and his in the fellowship hall around tables ; -t .'- Guard.employed by Army f

family were called to the church last Drinks will be provided and Connie Andrews The wedding is planned for
Asst. August and have been directing the everyone is asked to bring a covered & January 31, 1987 at Hope Baptist
Supt. McKinney Speaks at
music programs since that time. He dish with them Dinner will begin at Kevin Russell Church in Theressa
was previously Minister of Music 6:30 .m. with the t
p follow
B-U Retired Teachers and program
Meeting Youth at Southside
Baptist ing later The plan for the evening is
Church in Lake City. Social
a very relaxed family setting for this HappeningsChristmas
I Mr. Dewey McKinney, assistant chart of volunteer service nouis."' "Out of Love...The Saviour Came" last service before Christmas .1
superintendent, expressed admira- District IV Director of FREA Mr. will be presented during the regular Bazaar At
worship Kingsley Lake Baptist Church is UDC Meeting Set
tion for retired teachers as well as Albert Appleby, spoke briefly to the evening service Sunday
active ones at the Nov. 20 meeting of group and presented a certificate of Dec. 14, at 7:30: pm located on S.R. 16 just a few minutes Airpark BaptistThe The W.T. Weeks Chapter of the
the Bradford-Union Retired award for having 85 of the local The second special evening is east of Starke at Kingsley Lake on Ladies Group at Airpark Bap- United Daughters of the Con-
Teachers "family Style Christmas" at the corner of S.R. 16 and Mary Dot
Association at Bradford membership belonging to Florida tist Church is sponsoring a federacy has set its Christmas luncheon -
Family Restaurant.Mrs. Retired Educators Association Kingsley Lake This will be an entire Lane. Christmas Bazaar to be held Satur- meeting for 11:30: a.m. Mon-
Ruth Jenkins presided over Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid presentedan day, Dec 13. day, Dec. 15, at the Woman's Club in
the business meeting and Mrs. interesting account of her early The bazaar will be set up in front Starke
Muriel Norman passed out the new teaching experiences. Mr. McKinney Lunch Bunch to Meet Dec. 12 of the Old Priest 5 & 10 building Coping With Holidays
handbooks. Community participation also told of some unusual experiences beginning at 9 a.m. We will be hav-
chairman,.Mrs. Blanche Brown he had as principal.Lunch The First Presbyterian Church is for clients of HRS. The church will ing baked goods and Christmas ornaments "Coping With the Holidays" is a
reminded members to fill in the was served following the meeting. scheduled to have their regular pot- provide turkey & dressing, and The public is invited. free program open to all persons
I luck meal called the Lunch Bunch friends from HRS will be providing D.A.R. to Meet who relative have or friend.suffered the loss of a
December 12 at 12 noon.
The community is invited to come desserts. Our friends within the The Christmas meeting of the Col. The program will be held Monday,
About 51 million women 16 year of age and over were work. on this very special day as the community are asked to bring a Samuel Elbert Chapter D.A.R. is set Dec. 15, from 2oot04oo: : p.m., in the
Ing or looking for work In 1985. Ten year earlier about 37 million church will be hosting the luncheon vegetable or salad Thursday, Dec. 18, at 2 p.m. at the auditorium of Alachua General
women were In the civilian labor force according to a fact sheet home! of Mrs: Robert.ReiUnger, Rt. Hospitaland I !.1 J is sponsored by North
on working women published by the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Hale YoungTo 2, BOX 190, Lake Bedford.enLnu Florida nvsplce.f4 .

.1r Department of Labor.Dolphin Wed Dec. 20 ;; f ., '" ,

Lyndel M. Hale and Tracy K / .. '
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(' p.m. The wedding will take place in ) l't: 'j tF&4;: ;:J LEILA'S ,
:-I' Gainesville FL at the University Ci- .\
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-- All friends and relatives are cordially --' Shopping for'Gifts at 9:30.5:30
invited to attend.
:.\J.!' Mrs. Hoskinson... each student brought in food or .. Mon. Sat.l..1 .
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vI Mrs. Hoskinson is a kindergarten beef stew from Belgium crossiants The winners of the duplicate ; i'$' M !'(//> lid
teacher who has been teaching at from France sardines from Norway bridge game Tuesday evening at the TEDDYBARE in l. Lawtey for two years. Her motto for pastry from The Netherlands Keystone Woman's Club were: Mr 1
teaching is learn by doing cheese from England, potato pie & Mrs. G.M. Starnes, 1st; Yvonne 9t You M adoro Itu lend.r touch uf the,...tld(1(1 a k t
She went to school at the University from Iceland and many other nice Riechman & Betsy Jo Minor, 2nd, to" For slumber,' or' simply' under you'Uayt, ,rtu \\'tnub(
of Florida and her hobbies are things. Cecelia Terwillegar & Ida Shaw, }!'... lash on you II loci' your moM (le/lnnlnp
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jogging stitching and traveling. Everyone enjoyed it very much 3rd; Doris Tibbits & Ruth Canady, .t see our complete line of Free Gift With r I
and everyone learned something 4th. *
The 6th Grade... new. Mrs. Boyette would also like to Delicious refreshments were servo products by.... 50 Purchase I
by Erin Wilkinson thank all the parents for helping ed throughout the evening. ; Shadowline Vanity Fair Bali \
Mrs. Diane Simpson's class is doIng make their projects a success. Next Thursday the duplicate : Henson Vassarette Cocoa Bay
will play at Starke Recrea-
some very interesting things. Field players .J( .. _.. Model Coats
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Her class looked at protozoa under Trip. tional Center on Pratt St and will ?
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Erin Wilkinson have a Christmas Party ( ft or Ol
the microscope made terrariums, by Free
looked at the cells on an onion skin The gifted class at Lawtey r ., I ,.., '. --- tin
under a microscope, and did an experiment Elementary will attend the Ramses ,." I' ==
with celery in food color- II Exhibit at the Prime Osborne Con- y Wrapping
vention Center in Jacksonville IntroducingKerri \... 1---
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they did were a Thanksgiving Feast, December 16. They will be viewingmore '-
Science Fair Projects and a Pizza than 70 exhibits from the LeAnn Gnann -* Museum in Cairo.
Party. Egyptian Billy and Carol Gnann of
Mrs Simpson's class also has The class will be traveling to Gainesville proudly announce the eywywNVewrwrrwxw.WwrwuwvwvwewrwvwrwvwvWvwewacWvW.vw Yw.+wwxwxvrWrWYw,+rwlrwewewywew
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contests such as Guess The
Beans and Guess The Candy Corns. Smith's Social Studies classes. LeAnn birth ,of born their November daughter 17,, 1986 Kerri in You'll find exactly the right gift
The winners
were stacie Bentley and Alachua General in

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Social Studies... math classes are studying and Bea Hildreth of Kingsley Lake.
geometry. They are measuring and Paternal Billy !: '
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ft Cheryl sixth grade learning to construct angles. and.Shirley Gnann of Starke. ;'OJl'r ''fl i i. f
"0' --ffMitM 8tUdI"'cJass istWmrfriinit r .The 7th grade classes are beginrf- JI
f Europe Some of their projects were ing anew chapter on decimals. Amanda Lee Cooper !: C .. t".j.."' ._ ;,1 rrui Bibles for the bride JI
very interesting too. In her class .
Lewis and Sarah Cooper of Starke "1 f Iii ,
proudly announce the birth of their I .. '
I I Hampton Hilites daughter Amanda Lee, born Family Bibles for the new family I

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grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Ray Baxter i
Martin &: Lori Meng of Keystone Maternal grandparents are Earl
Heights proudly announce the birthof Sheryl's parents Mr.: & Mrs. and Elizabeth Cox of Starke. I
I their baby daughter Rebecca Claude Thompson,Mr. &Mrs. Kevin Paternal grandparents are Bob Reference Bibles for the student
Joy. She was born Nov. 25, 1986, at Fischer and Kyle, Tommy Thompson and Sarah Cooper of Starke. I
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I and measuring 21 inches. Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Wood of Starke Christian .
.. Paternal grandparents are Paul &: Also visiting the Riddick familiesover proudly announce the birth of their
t- Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. the weekend were Jolene Kir- son, Wayne Russell, born December
I Maternal grandparents are Mr. &: vin of Miami and Dale Rouse of Cler- 4, 1986 in Alachua General Hospitalin Student Bibles for the beginning
Mrs. Willie Stinson of Montverde. mont They all enjoyed meeting Gainesville. Wayne weighed 7
'-- Maternal great-grandparents are Danny and Cheryl's' son, Clayton lbs., 5 ozs.Maternal. student
Cobie Burden of Montverde and Daniel born on Nov. 4. grandparents are Mr. &
Clarice Stinson of Largo. Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan and Mrs. Mrs. William LeMire.
Evelyn Powell spent thanksgivingwith I
Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Thanksgiving Visitors... her daughter Susan Powell at
Mrs. Russell Wood.
Mr. &: Mrs. Bill Kellum and son, Leesburg from a wide variety of styles colors
Keith, of Raleigh, NC visited her Mrs. Pauline Jamison of In- Vanessa Lynn GriffisMr. Come in and browse.
parents, Mr. & Mrs. Bill Young dur- verness was a Thanksgiving guest of &Mrs. Victor Griffis of Starke covers and prices.
I ing Thanksgiving week. Mr. & Mrs. James Terry.
happily announce the birth of their
no Among Thanksgiving weekend daughter, Vanessa Lynn born October -
visitors of Mr. & Mrs. Paul Meng Mrs. Louise Mattheus accom- 16, 1986 in Alachua General I
were: Mr. & Mrs. Carlton Meng and panied her son,Glenn, of Folkston to in
Hospital Gainesville. Vanessa
'v'" family Mr. & Mrs. Theron Hunter Arcadia where they spent weighed 10 Ibs., 8 ozs. and joins a HOURS / C1 tib!
and family and Mr. &: Mrs. Marty Thanksgiving with Marcus and brother, Jared. ...""' ..
Meng and family all of Keystone Cecile Lamer Scott and Pam Monday ,
Maternal grandparents Mr. &
I., Mr. & Mrs. Bill and Langford, and Amber of West are 1Saturday
) Hgts.; Meng Kenny Mrs. John Sapp and Mr. & Mrs. Ar thru CJTAJN9 ra
32 family of St. Pete Mrs. Phyllis Mc- Palm Beach, Bob and Kathy Land- thur Gaskins. Maternal great- d rc ra
11 Clure, Kasey and Ryan of Tampa, ford Timmy and Christine of Hampton. "
grandparents are Mrs. Ola Mae "':
no ,. Joyce Meng of Orange Park Mr. &: They returned home on Satur- \ "
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. Southside Elementary News Hampton .. Elementary'oo. ,: .

!Mrs. ners lor me month of October were and magnets. We have decoratedour Brandy Olive, Greg Page, Jennifer
Stanwix-IIay's ClassWe awarded their prizes for various room with Thanksgiving in Swanson Sharon Thonuinson, Jeri cucj, Ainuer Bickers, Randy
welcome Chris Sembroskl reasons including Improvement in mind. Visitors that come in see Thompson.Unit Hampton Elem. School Brooks, Robert Broome. Alicia
from second grade and Greg Marshall Academic Grades,and Attitude, Being Pilgrim and turkey mobiles 12 Natasha Hudson, Nikkl Honor Roll... Crosley, Ted Curtis, Davia Green,
from fifth. a Hard Worker and A Allaround suspended from the ceiling. Our win. Jackson Terry Paul, Angle Ran Report cards went home with Clinton Morgan, Susan Parmenter.
1 All students in the class are busy Good Student) The winners included dows have colorful pictures depicting dolph, Sharon ThonUlnson. students on Nov. 25 for the second Troy Patterson, Shawn Rowley and_
preparing for our Christmas plays : 1st grade Antwon Mitchell, the Holiday mood Unit 13 Jose Kilby, Brandy six week's grading period. Danny Wiggins. Grade 2 Alicia '
Everywhere Christmas and April Adamson, Patty Foster We have been very fortunate to Olive, Terry; Attaining all A's during this time Baker,Ross Bickers, Jaclyn Crews,\ ,
Christmas With Little Women. Ashley Pass, Kylene Homer and have had an intern from the Univ. of The 3rd grade class visited the were: Kindergarten Nikkl Baker, Stacey Floyd, Christopher Gibbs,
These plays will be presented to the April McKinney. 2nd grade Tara N. Fla., Charlotte Durrance, with us Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings home in Daniel Davis, Detria Ford, Krista Amanda Glenn, Lisa McClellan,
entire Southside student body and Casey, Mitchel Ames, Falicia since August 25. Her last day will be Cross Creek. The students were Fuqua and Erik Scoggins. Lynn Shaun Muse and Randee Varnum.3rd .
also on one evening to be Brown, Jamie and Dec. 5. We will all miss her Marshall's
announc Lynn Harrop very given a tour of the ground then wenton K-l Class Melody Barr Grade Charles Crawford and
ed. Wade Hug ins, '3rd grade Jason much. Terrific Kid of the Month for a nature trail. and Naoml.Aviles. Grade Hannah April Scoggins. 4th Grade-Christina
Eight Southside "graduates" Libby Arnie Long, Rhonda Slade, October is Antwan Mitchell. We really enjoyed putting on our Ford, Vicki Hutto, John Broome, Missy Brown, Jennifer
returned to the school last week Monica Busby. 4th grade Lucetia Congratulations to"A" Honor Roll Thanksgiving play. The play was McMillan, Matthew Mullis, Paul Darley, C.K. Fuqua, Jennifer Jones,
from BMS's gifted class to present Busby, Waller Johns, Corinthian students for the 2nd 6 weeks: Terri taped so that the parents could Phillips and Russell Rawcliffe. 2nd Tracey McCullough and Mark
Hubbub on the Bookshelf a Book Hankerson, Michael Thomas. 5th Holloway and Kelly Rankin. A-B watch it with their child in the after Grade Shannon Aguinaldo, Hope Smith. 5th Grade Jose Aviles,'
Week play. Byron Lee, Heather grade Ethan Fequay Mitchell Honor Roll: Creasle Bennett, Bobbie noons. Archey, Jennifer Glenn, Alex Kir- Samantha Truman Eric Don-,
Safer Julie Williams, Michael Gunter,Shona Sanford,Adrian Alex. Jo Doughman, Chris Evans, Stella chaine and Jason McCullough. 3rd nerstag, Billie Jo Mullis! ,:Toby Sear-
Howell,James Smith,Caryn Taylor, ander, Michael Patrick, and Jackson, Brandy Lewis,Antwan Mit- Mrs. Ilarrell's 4th Grade Grade Tori Hersey,Jenny Johnson, cy, Elisa Sierra-Aviles, Kim Wilson
Brian Hall and Shena Burgess plus Bethany Lee. In Mrs. Chandlers chell, Travis Odom and Jasmine Mrs. Harrell's class Angela Meng and harlotte Smith. and Stacy Young. (Jose Aviles was
two Starke Elementary graduates. class the winner was Lisa Thornton Reddish. to learn that was pleased 5th Grade Keir Ford and Dena. Rad- given the Most Improved award for '
Stephen McLeod and Bernard and in Mr. Woods class, Brian Mit they submitted the winning ford. this six weeks.) 6th Grade Billy
Johnson, performed the 30 minute chell. P.E. Kids of the Month were Ms. Reddish 3rd Grade theme for the 1986 Christmas Kyle, Danielle Hersey, Nat is ha
play ten times in two days for Leroy Hankerson from 4th grade Happy Birthday to the following Country.Parade I A"Christmas check for in the All A's & B's... Mullis and Diana Searcy.7th Grade-
Southside pupils.Guidance and Suzanne Griffis from 3rd. students: Natasha Hudson -Nov. 12 Starke-Bradford Chamber$25 from of Com-the K-l Kelly Bowen, Deena Mark Crawford, Dana Dunlap Donna
News... Mrs. McKinney's 1st Grade and Suzanne Griffis Nov. 23. merce will be presented to Mrs.Har- Crawford and Robert Harendt. Dunlap, Joey hall, Denise Sons.
The "Terrific Kid of the Month"are Our class has been very busy this Unit 11 Spelling J.xa'ms 100%: rell and her students. The award is Grade 1-Peter Aguinaldo, Clay Ar-, Regina Padgett, William Price and
sponsored by McDonalds and month. We have completed units on Chris Crawford, Suzanne Griffis, to be used by the class at their Fletcher Rodgers. ,
our school Guidance Dept. Our win- good citizenship, seasons & weather Miranda Hutchinson,Nikki Jackson, discretion. I

. Lawtey Elementary NewsListed -, Camp Blanding NCO Club Gifts of Distinction
A/B Honor Roll: Begins Toy Drive

below are the "A" Honor Woods, Donna Kugatl. James Wilkinson, Tanya Tatum, Give a toy or cash donation and
Roll and "A/B" Honor Roll for the 3rd Grade A's: Carla Sheering, Rochelle Prevatt, make a child happy!
second six weeks. Stephanie Traylor, Misti! Padgett,
Camp Standing NCO Club is
Greg Durban, Donna Hoyle, Erika Bradley Ball.
1st Grade A's:. King, Mikel Gaskins, Tory Hunter, beginning it's First Annual
Esther Massey, Victoria Verunac, Raye Padgett. 7th Grade A's: Christmas Toy Drive. Bring or send
Lectisha Kiser, Mollie Tew, Brandyn A/B Honor Roll: Brandy Cynelle Ross. donations to NCO Club, Route 1, Box
Padgett, Shauneria McQueen, Johii Camp Blanding Starke, FL
Pilcher. Lori Kilgore,Charlie Crews,Bran. A/B Honor Roll: 32091-9703. For further information bNF,3(A
di Wilkerson, Dwayne Wilkinson, Mamie Michele Barbour, Shana contact Patti Hanks at the NCO Club
A/B Honor Roll: Stephanie Tillman, Greg Baker, LaRae Crawford, Bridgett Evon ((904)) 5333319.
Brian Rosier, Veronica (Diana) Christine Ran bar, Sandra Crews, Holder, Deena Lynn Parker, Glenda Help us bring peace of mind and Keepsake Ornament
Smith, Dana Williams, Yvonne Harridelle Haile, Michael Hardee, Michelle Rosier, Melina Lorrie goodwill to our areal)11! Handcrafted Baby's First
Wilson, Lakevia Clark, Michael J'Amil Houston Michael Richardson Smith, Misty Crawford, Geneva Christmas $9.00Wooden
Juchniewicz, Hope Pierce, David Chris Smith. Hankerson, Shneka Hendrieth, Please call if you need us to pick '
Walling, Leigh Ann Griffin, Taurus 4th Grade A's Maryan Jenkins, Latani Johnson. up your donation. COU.F (ION
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Salonica McNeal, James Kilby, ;
Amanda Crews, Cletis Brown. A/B Honor Roll: ill! NORTI1SIDE BAPTIST CHURCH

2nd Grade A's: Jack Smith. II v

Samantha Cowart, Kristina Johns 5th Grade A's: I JI in
Leighton Lee, Beth Ann Slater, songsters
Durban Shannon
Henry Ross, Jaime Hinman, Raymond Edwards -
Dominic Barber, Michelle Konkel Joni Griffis, P.J. Harris,
Peter Juchniewicz, Dana Wilkison.
Marla Dickens, Najah Todd, Brooke i PRESENTATION OF
Gaskins, Misti! Golden. A/B Honor Roll:

A/B Honor Roll: Letecia Alston, Laura Goodner, BOOKS OF LOVE only $5.30.a .
Sonia Belmarez, Bonnie Cowie, Denise Hankerson, Ruth Anne Harris III ,.
Cleveland McQueen, Jennifer Starl- Audrey Massey, Mark Scott, !I jI j-
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Starke Elementary News Gaskins, Shannon Gilpin, Katina really excited and are studying cir- Teacher of the Weekby Apostolic Truth UPC / "

Meng Hampton, Beth, Karla Modesitt Harper and Diane Tina culation, organs and respiration this Jeffrry Evans Celebrates 4th Year ,
week. Students extra credit
earning Mrs. Elaine Griffis is a second
Newham Come be blessed with us this
Mrs. Patterson P.T.A. Christmas Store Tamara Ellerson Dana an
4th were ,
Special grade teacher at Starke Elementary
RecognitionA Friday and Saturday nights, 12
Class News.... Starke Elementary P.T.A. will Newsome and Michelle Hodges. School.She has been teaching for ten & 13 celebrate our fourth
thank as we yearanniversary
special to the following
you We excited about Mitchell
again be sponsoring a Christmas are so Mrs. Griffis went to the
In Social Studies years. { Truth
learning at Apostolic
we are students and their for
parents Baker and Darlene Knowles
about Christmas in other lands. We store this year which will be open promptly their card moving University of Florida. She is going to UPC. "
Monday, Dec 8. through Friday, returning report back to Starke and rejoining our have an award system later in the
are also working on map skills. In slips: Nicky McNelley, Katina class. Services start at 7:30: p.m. Guest I
Science we are doing a unit on Dec 12. A special note was sent Hampton, LeAnn Carlton, Shane the following students have earned year speaker is scheduled to be Pastor
home with child this Mrs. Griffis was born August 2.
energy. In Language we are workingon your past Reddish, Sarah Groves Beth Maurice Bennett of Sanford, Fla.
their in the class raffle for
sequential order. The studentsuse Wednesday, Dec..3, concerning the Modesitt, Jessica Bennett, Karla good behavior. They have exhibited She has two children. Her hobbies The church is located at NE 2nd

clue words such as first, nextfitidily Christmas store. Harper, David Wheeler and Julie good behavior since the beginning of are bowling and square dancing also, works clogg- St., Lawtey, off Lake Road. (SR 225
ing reading.
then, etc. to put groups 01 Walker. Your to Kingsley Beach). We hope to see
cooperation is greatly scbool and we are VERY proud of holiday
sentences In order. In math we Picture Retake Proofs: appreciated. them: April Arroyave, crossword puzzles. Her favorite you there!
finished the Picture retake proofs will be Mitchell is Easter.
chapter on measure- on Chandler, Crystal Greer .... .
ment. We are starting Chapter 5 on sale through December 18. Please Mrs. Tetstone, 5th Baker, Kelly Thornton Candi Norman HUTICt'< > OF SECONO PUBLIC" HOI 11.1 ,

Multiplication. Please help your make check payable to Starke We have begun a unit on the Stephanie Sellers, Steve AND
child memorize the basic multiplication Elementary School.Teach'er Human Body using the Super. Barber, Terries Jackson, Tonya STATEMENT OP PROPOSED CDtC PMMECT

facts 0.12.Outstanding. of the Week... Machine tapes, activity sheets and Fender, Tera Matiyasic, Angel

Student by Johathan Smith tests. This three week unit involves Mobley, Dana Newsome, Snuta The City of Stark 1i applying to the Florida. Department 0, c-Rlt
Miss Christia Snavely is our school hands on experiments with a human Patel, Quentin Chism, Jonathan Affaire (OCA) for a grant under the IMohbortwod. RnlUllutlo* category.1n .
Spelling Super Stars: Robbe skeleton and torsn model. We're Smith and Darlene Knowles. the Mount ef $17 .000 under the SM!| Cities mnlty DavelopMnt
counselor at Starke
Clemons guidance Block Grant (COM) Progre. For each activity that It proposed, at
Bassett Jason Chris Cummings Elementary. She also serves Lawtey least SIS of the fund suit .bnf It low end eoderete IMOM ...'..n..
Erroll Hampton, Donald Elem. She works with classroom The activities dollar Mount and estimated percentage benefit to low
Hardy, Nicky McNelleyr Tommy guidance groups and small group and """eioderat IKOBO .persons for which the City' 1t applying trot

Paynes, David Wheeler, Jessica guidance such as friendship, anger The Beautique417C Activity Activity Activity Percentage ....."t to low
Bennett Erin Brewer, April and death. Number" are Colt and Moderate Inca Persons

Miss Snavely was born in Sanford, Edwards Road Starke

Christmas Program... Florida. She graduated from I014 war FKllltloi t U5.JSO.OO MS \
Umatilla High School. She also 964-4077 OHt Sewer facilities $ 317.500.00 S1019c
The Christmas program, "Down tutor Hook-ups { iO.zo.oo '<"'
Memory Lane At Christmas" will graduated from the University of Our Christmas Present 101M Sow _t.upo $ 'It.eOO.OO 100%
Florida where she received her net Malnlstretlon $ 34.730.00 VA
be by fourth and fifth
presented Bachelors and Masters
grades, Thursday, Dec. 11, beginning Specialist. Miss lives in to You.... Total Grunt Request tS75.000.00 .
at 7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. degrees Snavely now .
There is no charge but donation of Gainesville.Miss REVLON AT COST! ; The City of Sterko plini to Inlalto dtsplecoMnt of .persons es e result
a Snavely said that the j jJewelry of planned COBS funded activities In the following Banners No displacement
50 cents from adults would be ap- will toko piece ,o* o mult of the proposed project.If .
preciated to help with the program counselor's major role in the schoolis Shop our stocking stuffer table .
to be a child advocate and that she and SAVE $$$$ any persons oro displaced at a rosult of these planned activities.
expenses. appreciates the support that she the City will assist such persons In the following oionntri As required under
receives from the community. 24 CFK 4t U.S. Oopartmnt of Housing and Urban Oovolopaeiit's. regulation
1.plrenti the Unlfom Relocation. Assistance and peal Property. Acqullt tOil
Policy Act of 1970.

FineFragrances A ttotMtnt of tho proposed FFf 1986 CDBO project Is Brooker DID YOU KNOW... CDK project Is a Neighborhood Revltalliatlon t. The" City olll
undertake public facility Improvements In the Target: Area with boundaries
os follows: North Market Street South Georgia Street East U.S. 301
Joe Williams of Starke along with ? (TMpIo Avo.). Most Grand Street. Activities will Include oater
News. four other members of the Florida Ethnic Hair Care Products Improvements, sewer Improvements fire protection oater hook-up and
re-marked and sewer hook-up. Tho total project COlt Is $575.000 and MS of the project
Trail Association by.... cost will benefit low and moderate. Income persons.A '
cleared debris along the Florida l
4-H News... Trail near White Springs in Soft Sheen Lustra Silk public ':will:\ to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on theapplication
16. at 7:00
be held In the City Hall on OocMbar' 1M6. pn.
, At the Nov. 24 meeting of the 4-H November. They camped over nightin Creme of Nature A copy of the application will''be available for review at tho Grant office,
the Owens-Illinois area of the o located at the. RJE School on Pino Street, on Monday through Friday .betweenthe
club, held in the school cafeteria. forest on the Suwannee River. The hours of S'on to 4.... To obtain additional Information concerning the
plans were made to sell poinsettas desire of the Association is for the 'I Relaxer System application. and the public .hearing contact Linda Day. RJE School pins StrtetStarke.
the coming weeks as a fund Fl 3ZO1 (90') 9648902.lest .
during rail one day to. stretch from Key .
raising project for the club, reports to Pensacola.
Tommy Hamilton, club reporter.
Members are taking orders for the

.plants at a cost of $4 each with
delivery date set for the middle of "
December. An appeal is being Issuedto
the public to support our youth in f J:
their efforts to establish and main- l"
tain a 4-H club in our area. Seek a .. ()
member out and purchase a plant. I 1'I'

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The members will enjoy a chili WU .* .. 61.l
dinner before beginning their / I>

Dec.regular 20. meeting set for Saturday, i' ,,/r /' J'

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Around Town... \ suy \_ -_

Mrs. Edna Harrell of Brooker is in -../
her element while in the kitchen .
preparing a big meal for a gathering
of.friends and relatives. Most of the remembering friends
time she doesn't need an excuse,
"it's a holiday". This lady just lovesto
cook and gets a great pleasure out
of seeing her creations devoured
with gusto. Waiting until Sunday

.. .,-r--. .Thanksgiving Mrs. Harrell prepared feast fot-MmWgroup a traditional of ....., t;;U ,\a For Those Folks

i -
loved ones who could not join her on
Thursday. Friends and relatives
drop by all through the holidays but away
those remaining for the luncheon in-
cludes: Mr. & Mrs. Hilrie Wynn and
Reti Anderson of Tampa; Mr. & Y'd, from home,
Mrs. Bill Finucan, Mr. &Mrs. Henry
Harrell and daughter of Starke'; Mr.
& Mrs. Robert Fussell and childrenRobbie Send a Gift

Hollie and Katie of Jacksonville _
; Mr. & Mrs. DeWitt Thomas .'
and daughters of LaCrosse; Jimmy that will beRemembered
and Wade Harrell, students at the U _
of Fla. in Gainesville and Mrs. Ruby '\
Hodges of Brooker. The Wynns and
Mrs. Anderson, all of Tampa, re-
mained for a few days visit and were
Joined by Rosa Gonzales of Alachua 52 Weeks A Year.

for the day on Saturday.Mrs. .

Mildred Green enjoyed vacation a > s ff. \ Subscribe to
Thanksgiving holiday ,
visiting with her daughter, Ailen \

Green, in Leesburg and son, Allen ; Bradford Co.
Green, and family in Wildwood. : Telegraph

Thanksgiving day they all loaded in-
to cars and drove up to the George

Pierce traditional home holiday here in Brooker dinner.for Jace the jr J: : $1 AOO

Pierce accompanied the Greens i. a year

back to Wildwood for a weekend of =JjJ
fun. She and her grandmother, Mrs. ll / /jJ .
Green, returned home Sunday even- /

ing. rudy I New Subscribers OnlyIn
Mrs. Dolly Harrell and daughter,
Rhonda, have returned home after
several days visiting her brother,
Out of
if Wayne Hayes and family in County or County
Nashville, TN. Dolly has been ill for

\ some'time due: to a chronic back pro- I
blem. Complete rest and a change of M
environment was just the tonic she .
needed to recuperate and she says : v :SV L L r
she got plenty of that while there. .
Brother Clifton and wife from Albu- ,
querque, NM, drove down in their i
motor home to join the family for a
traditional Thanksgiving dinner. i

Turkey Shoot Set...
The BVFD has set another turkey :: ,,' : ., : :
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Field and Stream Magazine and f .'h, .:,', f .Ii :\, >- ". '. ;: :' ",' :.,
the National Volunteer Fire Councilis .
- - - - - - - - - - - -
sponsoring the shoot, set for 9 a.m. r---n= '
at the field on the south side of SR 18, : .
going east out of Brooker. (Better I SEND GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO : FROM I II

known as the old Clyde Cone place, .
now belonging to Ralph Hazen). I I I
This wiIf glv all those Joining in f t-NAME'tm04
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the activities another chance to "I
"**.enter the Turkey Shoot Sweepstakes I ADDRESS I 1
sponsored by the above organiza- I I I ADPUESS'I

tions, Goodyear Co., Purina Co., .
John Deere and many others. I I I

Many prizes will[\ be given away at : cn\ ZIP I CITY ZIP I 1 j jI

the drawing the'Field and I I
and National Volunteer Fire
Stream fA
Dept. later in the month. Fire Chief I j 1'I (ONE NO. _

Tony Stalnaker announces there will ,.
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available. - - - - - - - - -
of -
turkeys -
.be plenty - - - - -
Everyone Is invited to come and usa" I
join In the fun. Hotdogs, hamburgers "J2 Oul I IU

,. cold drinks and potato r.. ..
chips will be on sale throughout the

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l'uj11 TI'U'GItAI'1i-: : December 11. 191111

Ilcrbic Cooper Kxcells

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In SFCC Exhibition) 1 SPORTS FANS! !

Starke's Herbie Cooper scored buzzer sounded for the half. .' .
11 :"l} \ ( \ : ttyi
points and got 12 rebounds as the But it was a more aggressive l"L', \Ji! I
Santa Fe Junior College basketballteam SFCC five the second half, led by .\ .'. ,,' .... .. ; /. BETYOU
went 102-76 by Florida Junior point guard Brain Jessie who ;:t:' .,': J" .,..,; ." ,t'I.lI(io
College of Jacksonville in the Bradford brought the ball upcourt forcefullyand ,,>"'".I r\t\ ,.... -\
High fast, drove the lane and passedoff ( t" DIDN'T
gym Tuesday night, Dec. .,'. '" ',"
9. to teammates,and still was game .", ".' ...
Herbie, the leading rebounder and high scorer with 27 points. SFCC also '.'- ,r.I' .f':: '-<"' .., of KNOW
scorer on the 1985 BUS basketballteam pressed FJC in the second half. FJC : I," '.
is playing forward for the ended up tentative and unsure of its "'j '.'. '-! Brought to you
SFCC five. Cooper had some of his play. The round ball fell in the .J Orlan Wells
Bradford and SFCC fans cheering basket for SFCC in the second half By

him Tuesday night as he outjumped and SFCC opened a 15 point lead it I
I taller FJC players, showing he still never relinquished.BHS .
1 has the same talent he did for BHS. Coach Jay Godwin said SFCC .
Cooper also proved himself as an got rebounds, pressed, started to Here's one that may surprise
i unselfish player as he passed off work the basketball inside, and you. Did you know that John Mad
underneath the basket several timesto made some pretty passes. The win -J den, now a TV football announcer,
teammates for better shots. evened the SFCC record at 77. FJCis but formerly coach of the RaidersIn

SFCC trailed by two to four points 47. the NFL, won a higher percentage -
in the first half. The main differencewas of games than the legendary
missed SFCC free throws as SFCCt Jeiiit .n-S.21, Edclion 1-1-11, Cooper Vince Lombard) Here are their
5-1-11 Marr.ll "-is, Johnson S-l-ll, Graham
neither team showed much. It seemed -
records head coaches In
1-1-4 Van Horn 2+5, Renburger 1-1-7, Jones career as
the momentum was going with 114. Totals 41-1-17-101. regular season games In the National
FJC when the ball was brought FJCt Jones 3,J.',Nelson 1-1-7, Buchanan 0...., .Football League: Lombard!
downcourt in seven seconds and McKee 4-4-11, Moor 1-1-1-11, Armstrong 1-0-4, Yr
dropped through the hoop as the Dclwyler 1-1-1, Preston S-2-I2, Kelly 1-0-1. Ton won 96 games, lost 34 and tied 6.
2e-B-M7-7 Maddenwon
for a percentage of .728.
I 103, lost 32 and tied 7 for a

Girls Arc 1-3 percentage of.750.
I' Of all the football' stadiums In

use In America today,which one Is

A 65-38 win over rebuilding Mid- Denley 1-4-6, Denton 102. Totals the oldest? Answer Is Harvard
dleburg High is the Bradford High 141038. Stallum, which has been used
girls basketball team's only win so Bradford: Mosley 12-3-27, Davis every year since 1903.
9-1-19, Spell 3-2-8, Kennedy 2-0-4, Did you know that 5 of today's
far.The BHS five lost 61.58 in a close Bright 1-1-3 Parado 1-0-2, Starling National Football League teams

game Friday night, Dec. 5, then lost 102. Totals 29765. had different nicknames when!
42-30 in a rematch with Ocala they started? The Washington
Live Oak 61 BUS 58
in the ,
Vanguard BHS gym Tuesday Redskins original nickname was
Twenty-two turnovers and giving Braves.The New York Jets startedas
Vanguard 42 BUS 30 Live Oak 10 offensive rebounds in the Titans. The Chicago Bears

Vanguard got off to a 12-3 first the first half were the big differences > -- i a riMnfc, "".:-'iZi"fAl-.J: ltQ----1; first nickname was Staleys
in the loss to Live Oak
period lead and was never behind, because they were sponsored by
leading 19-15 at the half and 29-22 at High in the BITS gym last Friday Cooper Skies.? the Staley Starch Co. The Kansas
the end of the third period. night, Dec. 5. City Chiefs"' franchise originallywas
Both teams had off games, with a BUS let Live Oak score 43 points in flaying in his old home gym was all the inspiration Cooper and the Santa Fe Community College Saints In Dallas where the team's
lot of turnovers and missed shots the first half and then had to play Horbie Cooper needed to inspire him to a 12 point defeated FJC 102-7B in the regular season match much nickname was Texans. And the
that should have gone in, says BHS catch-up, but couldn't quite pull it 11-rebouml effort against Florida Junior College Tues- to the delight of a partisan crowd on hand in the BUS Steelers In 1933as
Pittsburgh began
off. BITS within point 59-58
coach John Slater. got one day night. gym.
with 11 seconds to go but Live Oak the Pirates and didn't become
Vanguard beat the BHS trap had the basketball.In known as the Steelers until 1940.
defense by down the
getting court
the second half the BHS five I bet you didn't know., that thisIs
too quickly for BHS to set up, pointsout Oak BHS had Tornadoes Lose I Close] the time to at
Coach Slater. In factVanguardput held Live to 18 points. One to CIIS; save on a new car
the ball in play four or five times only two turnovers and forced Live Orlan Wells Chevy-Olds... where
Oak to turn the ball over seven timesin GMAC .. We
upcourt before BHS got there. the second half. BHS the Bradford High lost 48-44 at steals, 2 blocked shots, and took a game, Coach Godwin says, but the you get financing.
Vanguard also pressed in the early won second Gainesville High in the season charge. BUS five didn't box McGriff out very also have a good selection of used
going and that threw BHS off a little half 3118. for "We're well. cars... Come In and see for
win made opener the two schools Monday going to stress taking
The big Thursday night
Slater said. Dec. these this We're GHS 13 10 13 12 yourself.
overconfident Coach night, 8. charges year. try 48
the BHS girls ,
The entire BHS squad played. Slater BHS started out scoring Getting off to a slow start, the Tornadoes ing to play a little smarter basket- BHS 7 8 12 21 44
Coach Slater is playing his young easily but says.were not playing defense. were behind 23-15 at the half, ball," Coach Godwin says. GHS: Lee 2-1-3, McGriff 9-2-20,
bench now in hopes it will payoff Live Oak started playing defense.It and were only 5 for 20 from the field. BHS did a decent job defensively, Kroger 3-1-7, Dinkins 3-1-7, Scott
later this season. was 20-18 after the first period BHS played defense but were shakyon but needs to Improve on rebounding.To 3410.
Beverly Mosley and Felicia Davis win BHS is have BHS: Diggs 4-1-9, Chandler
but Live Oak was up 43.27 at the half. offensive. going to to geta 5-0-10, ORIAN WELLSChevrolelOldsmobile
each had 11 points for BHS. Davis Live Oak is the soundest In the second half BHS played a lot better inside game out of 6-6 Pat Blye 6-0-12, Norman 2-3-7, Jenkins
had 9 rebounds Beverly Mosley, team, fundamentally probably, that we've harder, starting hitting some Diggs, learn to slow things down, 2-2-6. Totals 18.6.44.Upcoming ", I i .
Ann Starling and Janet Kennedy 8 played in the past two years, Coach baskets and getting some more rebounds make sharper passes, and learn to i
each. Slater and playing more intensively. box out an opponent to keep him ... P.O. Drawer 1230:
Coach Slater played everybody. Center says.Ann Starling came on with BHS cut the .GHS lead to five away from the basket. McGriff, who BHS plays Clay High in front of U.S. 301 North
5-10 freshman Evette Covington is a points in the second half, but just scored 20 points, played a super
threat defensively and freshman all 10 of her points in the second half, (Sw Boys... I'.DVI SUrkc. Florida 32091
and had four rebounds two of which had dug themselves too much of a
Rhonda Bright blocked four shots, hole, Coach Jay Godwin says.
she rebounded and put back up in the
two in a row. fourth period. "I thought as the game went on we ,
BHS 3 12 7 8-30 would show
some improvement, and
Live Oak 20 23 12 661 ateti
Vanguard 12 9 10 11 42 did. We "
BHS 18 9 20 1158 we are young, points out SENIOR ADVANTAGE
BHS: Mosley 3-5-11, Spell 1-0-2, Coach Godwin. ,
Live Oak: Fauler 7-6-20
Starling 1-0-2, Davis 4-3-11, Butler 9.1.19, Hankerson 5-2-12 Wells 4-0-8, BHS was led by Eugene Blye with )I 919.8,9.4 L'OY: X41 1.4
1-0-2, Kennedy 2-0-4. Totals 12830. 14 points. Harold Chandler added 10 ,tl
Vanguard: Offing 1-0-2, Pampey Brown BHS:102.Davis Totals 9-0-18 26-9-61., Mosley 7-2-16, and Pat Diggs 9. "?'he Best in Banking When Life is'at Its Best"If

7-5-19, Prestion 2-0-4 Thompson Kennedy 6-0-12, Starling 50.10, BHS got good games from Harold
1-0-2 Green 0-1-1, Hill 50.10, Lavan Butler 102. Totals 28258. Chandler, Malachi Jenkins and Rob you're 50 or better, SENIOR ADVANTAGE offersl
204. Totals 18642. Norman, Coach Godwin says.

Upcoming... Ron Brown led BHS in rebounding you ways to make your money worth more; great,,
BUS 65 Middleburg 38 with rebounds and had three block
Beverly Mosley scored 27 pointson The BHS girl basketballers host ed shots, and took one charge. benefits in travel, Insurance, health care, and more! '-
and 8
Interlachen at 6:30
12 field goals and three free : p.m. Chandler had 5 rebounds and 4 \
throws to lead the Bradford High Thursday night, Dec. 11. assists, and took two charges.

girl basketball team 65-38 by Mid- ,is.... Girls... 1'.11.\) Malachi Jenkins has 5 rebounds, 2 Banking Services Are Just The Beginning

dleburg High last Thursday night, ,
Dec. 4.Felicia.
Davis scored 19 points and '' SPECIAL PERSONALIZED CHECKS s

Angel Spell had scored eight points. COInThFO1TIZL'YOUR No more worries about the cost of checks. Our / .. t' ,
Middleburg is in a rebuilding pro- standard order of checks and deposit slips Is .
gram and BHS simply was too much HOME FOR WINTER yours at no additional cost. We Imprint your ; _
for the lady Broncos. They were as | name, address, even telephone number If HEALTH CARE EXTRAS ,01
strong as Tornado Coach John Slater -=-== __-:!-===-=--- =- desired. Our special club Insignia ensures that _
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thought they'd be.
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BHS alternated its first five and advantage ol savings on medicine,vitamins, and
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December TELKGHAI'll PageBA
II. 1980

I Tornado Grapplers Lose Season Opener to Middleburg High) !'I

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Tornado wrestjera lost 16-41, InL usually pretty tough.. Bays BHS 185- Glasscock, M, decision over 112- Green, B, pinned Smith, C, In The BHS- wrestlers are on the" road Next Wednesday Dec. 17, BUS
their season openetlHo Middleburg Coach David Tew. Stillwell B 9-7. 1:09.: this coming week. goes to Flagler Palm Coast for a 7

High then Tuesday, Dec. It, battled 90- Rowley, M won by forfeit. 220double forfeit by both Mid- 119- Ruthland C, won by forfeit. Friday, Dec. 12, BHS wrestles at p.m. match t
Clay High to a 36-36 tie. 105Ivey, M, pinned TrickleB, in dleburg and BHS who had no par- 126- Coburn, n, pinned White, C, Bishop Kenny in Jacksonville at 7:30 .

BHS won more of Its matches thanIt 3:28. ticipants in the 220 category. in 1:13.: p.m. BK is normally always pretty Next Thursday,Dec. 18, BHS goes
lost against Clay High, but forfeits 112Green, B, won a 25-10 decison Heavy weight. double forfeit. 132- Elder, B, pinned Amaya, in tough, says Coach Tew. to Baker High for a 7 p.m. match.
becase of a lack of participants In over Gormican, M. UnlimitedShafer, B, won by 3:43.: -

some weight levels hurt the Tornado 119- Frend, M, won by forfeit. forfeit. 138Russell, B, pinned Lewis, C,
score Both matches were in the 126Coburn, B, won a decision in 1:42.: n M wauN f ,

BHS gym, with the Clay High match over Allison, M, 114., Clay High... 145- Williams, C, won by forfeit. i'w
before the BHS student body. 132- DeBrule, M, won by a forfeit. BHS wrestled better against its second Canterbury, C, decision over ag +

138- Damon, M1 won a decisionover match against Clay High Carver, B, 10-5.

Middleburg: Elder, B, 11-3. before the BHS student body in the 167- Bridges, C won by forfeit.

Middleburg has some 40 boys out 145King, M, decision over 36-36 tied, but forfeits still cost the 185Gann, d, decision over

for its wrestling program, and is Russell Stout B 95. TornadoeS the win. Stillwell, B, 06.
155- M, decision over 98Trickle, B, pinned Hall, C, in 220-( Douylliez C won by forfeit.
Carver 63. 4:47. weightShafer, B, won by
: Heavy k : ,
I 167- Blalock, M,.won by forfeit. 105Vaughn, C., won by forfeit, pin in 3:00.Unlimited: r }

class- double forfeit. .
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SEASON. 't PJ's Sports CenterSPORTS FLA.TWIN THEATRE r .- u__ a

Gf'tting-the Pin...

D. Starke 964.5451 BIIS senior wrestler Brad Green scrambles for a pin in a home match
and a whole lot more
last week at BIIS.
Open Every Night *
4Q for Great Christmas Gift Ideas Green won his match by a 25.10 score and is. 2-0 on the season so far.

for the Entire
Family. Sat. & Sun. 5:00: Showing

\1.e6 Gator a Tuesday Showings JV Girls.! Arc 1-2 on SeasonThe

QeTSOOaTe\ : stye ets, Starts Friday Dec. 12 Bradford High junior varsity Vanguard: Tab! Deas 3-3-9 Katey

AQp Watches, StockinafshIris.toIado ; PAUL HOGAN girls are 1-2 so far, beating Mid- Hagan 6-2-14, Stephanie See 3-0-6,
eke\g 4 42-8 and to Ocala Ava Hudish 2-0-4 Lisa Neveroski
dleburg losing ,
3a an" __ _
141' mores StuttersAll Vanguard overtime. 35-34 Tuesday and 36-32 in 022. Totals 14-7-S5.::

BUS 42, Middleburg 8

Clironw DUNDEEThere's Vanguard 35 BIIS 34 The BHS girls jumped out to an 8-2

Q iii,, 1,1 Pen It was a heartbreaker for the BHS lead and never looked back.
"Ml" a little of him In all of us. JV girls Tuesday night in the Tor. BHS 12 6 14 10 42

IPO-I1 CI FI6.RAtv1OlJ\IT I'ICTlI1E nado gym when they lost 35-34 to Middleburg 2 -6 a
_'IIII; III EngravingAvailable Vanguard.It BHS Dana Norman 3-0-6, Vicki
fill ((5' Active Tennis & SCREEN 2 Williams 2-0-4 Arkeva Williams
FootwearREDUCED was 10-10 in the first period. BHS )3-0-4 Rhonda Bryant 2-1-5 Ann
CROSS'SI Racquetball was up 17-14 at the half, and Taylor 6-1-13 Chanda Woods 1-0-4
Equipment CHUCK NORRIS !LOU GOssm the third
Vanguard for a 25-23 lead Patricia Allen 2-0-4, Stephanie
MCE 1848 quarter. BHS won the fourth period Gainey 0-0-0 Annette Simmons 1-0-2

1110. Wanda Brown 000. Totals 20242.
Middleburg: Rita Bowling 1-0-2
BUS was down 35-30 with 3:31: left
CHASTAIN'SJewelry os in the game. Ann Taylor and Arkeva Totals Lynn Saylor 408.Upcoming.. 2-0-4, Lisa Boyd 1-0-2.

South 301 Plaza Starke Williams each scored but BHS just
r couldn't sink the basket.
& Gifts 1 winning ...
Arkeva Williams led BHS with 9
104 W. Call Street Starke 964-7434 301 DRIVE-IN points. Dana Norman had 7. BHS plays at home against

Mon.-Sat. (-6 964-7271 BHS 10 7 6' 11 34 Keystone Heights at 6:30 p.m. today
Closed for Winter Vanguard 10 4 11 10 35 (Thursday, Dec. 11).

BHS: Dana Norman 3-1-7, Victoria Friday, Dec. 12, BHS hosts In-

The Board of County Commissioners of TOi All Citizens, Taxpayers and other Interested Williams 1-0-2, Arkeva Williams\ terlachen at 6:30 p.m.
4-1-9 Ann Patricia Next Tuesday, Dec. 16, plays
Taylor 2-2-6
Bradford County Reserve the right to reject persons.You
Eastside at 6:30 in the BHS
I Notices Allen 2-0-4 Wanda Brown 306. : p.m.
Legal -al | any and all bids. and each of You are hereby and ,
Gilbert Brown herewith given notice In accordancewith Totals 15-4-34 gym.

Clerk to the Board Florida Statues that the Board of
12/i12tchg 12/18 County Commissioners' of Bradford Track Boosters to Meet TuesdayWhen .

FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR PUBILC NOTICE Bradford County Zoning and Planning The Bradford Track Booster Clubis track season starts another
BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board to conduct a public hearing at a getting organized and the next goal will be to have parent and
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida Case No. 86.361-CA Town of Brooker will hold a General regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the meeting is set Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 7 volunteer help to run the events dur-
Statutes, notice I. hereby given that theund.r.lgned IN RE: The Marriage of Election on Tuesday February 17, 1987, Council Room of Starke City Hall Starke, p.m. in the BHS gym. ing the meet. This is an area where
Florida December 30, 1984
L.onard M. Booth and EDWARD LYNN WATKINS for the following offices on Tuesday interested in is invited
and make a recommendation to the Anyone helping much help is needed for the 8 to 10
Lou.lla M. Booth, PO Box 135 Brooker, Husband Town attend.It
Mayor to home
meets Paterson out.
\ Board of County Commissioners and the ,
FL 32622 joint owners, doing businessunder and Town Councilman, Groups 1.3 will be an informal meeting with
the firm of Brooker Small CHRISTINE LOUISE WATKINS. Board will consider on Monday. January like all
name Candidates for the above-offices may several immediate and long "Our track program, our
5, 1917 at the Commissioners Room of range
Engine Repair PO Box 135 Brooker FL Wife. qualify at Town Hall during regular the Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, goals, according to Buddy Paterson, athletic programs, plays an important -
32622, Intends to register said fictitious NOTICE Or ACTIONTO business hours beginning on December Florida at 10:00: a.m. an Ordinance president of the track boosters. One role in the lives of our children
name under the aforesaid statute .; EDWARD LYNN WATKINS, HusbandAddress 29, 1986, and ending on January 6. 1987. relating tot of the first projects will be the and they deserve our support," says
of November
Doted this 12th day ,
Unknown 12/l12tchg The rezoning of the following described rebuilding of the track shed locatedon Paterson. "Our facilities and pro-
.., ._........ ,.A.D., 1986 Brad41 "fIoINY. s. a reflection of our com-
?n : i/ 01tpd 12/11 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action property and amending th. Comprehensive the south end of the BHS track, so grams are
I" based on th* Dissolution of Marriage IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Land Use Plan to provide athletes from visiting schools will\ munity so please plan to attend this
In Bradford County has been filed, BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA that land currently zoned RSF and have restrooms and a room for meeting and give your support."

NOTICE against you and you are required to PROBATE DIVISIONFile designated by the plan as Rural Residential coaches to meet. A concession standis For more information, contact
Call Street Substation Additions, serve a copy of your written defenses, If Numb.r-86.80-CP be rezoned Cl, and designated Commercial in the plans for a later date, Pater- Buddy Paterson, Bruce Jackson, or
NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed any to Terence M. Brown. Attorney for DIvlslon-PROBATE the property of JOHN A. son says. Levi Lennon.
Proposals will be received by the City of Wife P.O. Drawer 40 Storke, Florida IN RE: ESTATE OF TORODE described as follows: Four ((4))
Stark. (Owner), at City Half, 209 North 32091, on or before January 1. 1987 and DONALD ALVIN GRAVES acres located at the corner of NE 13th Football Banquet Set Tonight II
file the original with the Clerk of this DeceasedNOTICE and 260'on
Thompson Street Stork., Florida 32091 St., and Hwy 16 East 750' on 16
until 2:00: Eastern Standard Tim., Court before or Immediately thereafter; OF ADMINISTRATIONThe NE 13th Parcel 2746-00000 In Section -'-
Thursday, p.m.January 15. 1987. for fur- otherwise a default will be entered administration of the estate of 23, Township 6 South Range 22 East approximately The 1986 football banquet is set at 7 fresh off a 17-13 victory over Florida
the "' against you for the relief demanded In Donald Alvin Graves, deceased File 2'/ miles East of Starke, to p.m. tonight (Thursday, Dec. 11) in State.
nlshlng Work described In the Con- the Petition. Number 86-80-CP, Is pending 'In the Circuit be used for convenience Store with gas the National Guard armory on Ed- Reservations can be made by
. trocr Documents. Proposals will th.n WITNESS hand and seal of this Court for Bradford Florida
my County pumps, wards Road.Speakers. phoning Coach Hurse, 964-6470 or
and there be opened and publicly read Court on the 24th day of November Probate Division the address of which' I. You are further given NOTICE that a Mrs. Betty Shuford at the high
received after the time
aloud. Proposals 1986. Bradford County Courthouse, NorthTemple of said ORDINANCE Is school hours
copy proposed scheduled are UF school,964-6092, during ,
announced for the will not
opening 'it GILBERT S. BROWN Avenue Starke, Florida. The available for your Inspection at the office Kerwin Bell and UF tickets can be purchased at the door.
considered quarterback
Clerk of the Court names and addresses of the personal of the Director of Zoning and Plann defensive The public is invited
The Contract Documents be back Jarvis Williams
examined ,
may By: Linda L. Pearce representative and the personal ing City Hall Thompson Street Stark.,
and obtained at the office of the
As Clerk forth
Deputy representative's attorney ore Florida.
Owner and at the office of R.W. Beck
11/26 12/18
4tchg below. Each and having Interest Boys
and Associates, Engineers and Consultants every person any -(II'rntI'pr8t/! (- II
Interested persons are required to whatever In the enactment of thl.propo..d .
660 Bannock Street Denver file with this court. WITHIN THREE MON ORDINANCE should
Colorado 80204. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS be heard at the time and app.arand place their student body at 1 p.m. today 6:30p: .HI. the varsity game at 8pm, _
There will be a prebld conference at EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND NOTICE ((1)) all claims against the estate (Thursday, Dec. 11). The JV game BUS plays! next in a Christmas

the office of the Owner beginning at FOR BRADFORD COUNTY and ((2)) any objection by an Interested prescribed.BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY will follow the varsity game, at tournament Dec. 18-20 at Columbia I
10:30: 0.".. Eastern Standard Time, CASE NO.: 86-476 person on whom this notice was served COMMISSIONERSBYi about 2:30.Friday: High in Lake City. BHS plays its first
Tuesday December 16 1986. All exceptions DIVISION: that challenges the validity of the will Gilbert S. Brown Dec. 12, BHS plays at game at 5 p.m. Thursday afternoon,
or clarifications to the Contract IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF the qualifications of the personal C.S. Brown Clerk 12/111tchg Macclenny. The JV game will be at Dec 18.
Documents required by the Bidder shall JOHN C. CONNERS representative, venue, or Jurisdiction of
be presented at this meeting for consideration Husband, the court. .
by the Owner for Inclusionsby and ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Girls -(hum I'uui-.\l '
conference shall be mandatory and shall Wife. Publication of this Notice has begunon AMENDMENT OF THE LAND USE Friday, Dec. 12. neighboring scheduled to go to Live Oak but
be a prerequisite for qualifying as a Bid NOTICE OF ACTIONTO December 11. 1986. PLAN Keystone High comes to Starke for Coach Slater hopes to change that
der. Proposals received from Bidders not : JOHN C. CONNERSco Personal Representatives An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive 6:30: and 8 p.m games. game so BHS can compete in a
attending the prebld conference will norb. Peninsula Ford Mary Lewis Graves land Use Plan Element and. Tuesday, Dec. 16, BHS is at home Christmas tournament at North
considered. 1380 Ocean Drive 101 South WalnutStr..t Mop by Bradford County Florida In accordance against Gainesville Eastside for 6:30: Marion. With only four starters
1 12/4 2tchg 12/11 Homer Alaska 99603 Starke, Florida with the local Government p.m. and 8 p.m. games. back. Coach Slater wants to get his
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Attorney for Personal Representative Comprehensive Planning Act of 197S as Thursday, Dec. 18, the Orange young bench all the experience he
for dissolution of marriage has been EUGENE F. SHAW provided for In Chapter 163 of the Park JV team comes to Starke for a can before play resumes after the.

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO filed against you and you are required toserve 92S-E North Temple Avenue Florida Statutes. 6 p.m. game. Christmas holidays.
and other Interested
TOi All Citizens Taxpayers
REGISTER a copy of your written defenses If Starke. Florida 32091Telephones(904)954.5200 Next Friday Dec. 19. BUS is
FICTITIOUS NAME any to It on D. Wyatt Johnson peti persons.
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida tioner's attorney whose address Is Post ( ) 12/112tchg 12/18 You and each ol You are hereby and Air mail stamps were already In use In 1918. There were

Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Office Box 656 Mlros, Florida on or herewith given notice In accordancewith three denominations-six cents, 16 cents and 24 cents.
undersigned, Thomas Cole, Rt. 1, Box before the 30th day of December, 1986 Florida Statues that the Board of The pictures not surprisingly were all of airplanes.
86, Hampton Fla 32044,sole owner doIng and file the original with the clerk of this IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT County Commissioners of Bradford
COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Florida have designated the
business' under the firm name of court either before service on County
Bradford Aluminum & Screening Rt. 1. petitioner's attorney or Immediately BRADFORD COUNTY Bradford County Zoning and Planning
Box 86 Hampton Fla 32044 Intends to thereafter; otherwise a default will be Case No. 86.191-CA Board to conduct a public hearing at a
register said fictitious name under the entered against you for the relief ARTHUR SMITH. regular meeting held at 7:00 p.m. In the
aforesaid statute, demanded In the complaint or petition. Plaintiff Council Room of Starke City Hall Stark.,

Dated this 2 day of Doc.. A.D. 1986 In DATED this 17 day of November 1986. vs.VESTA Florida on Tuesday December 30, 1915,
TYSON and make a recommendation to the
Bradford County. GILBERT S. BROWN.:!, as
12/4 4tpd 12/24 Clerk of Court Defendant. Board of County Commissioners and the
By: Beulah Moody11204tch91211 NOTICI OF ACTION Board will consider on Monday, JanuaryS R
TO VESTA TYSON 1987 at the Commissioners Room of
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Address Unknown the Bradford County Courthouse Starke,
REGISTER YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Florida at 10:00 a.m. an Ordinance
,FICTITIOUS NAME NOTICI based on the purchase of real property .. relating tot
..' Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida Bradford Board of County located In Bradford County has The rezoning of the following described -
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the .. .County! open Sealed Bids an been filed against you and you are required property and amending the Comprehensive
i.undersigned, Charles E. Van Zant Sr., Monday January 5, 19B7 at 10:00 a.m. to serve a copy of your written Land Us. Plan to providethat
Arcnitect, Rout 2. Box 313 Keystone for the roofing of the Agriculture defenses, If any to Terence M. Brown land currently zoned RSF-MH and
Hgts., Fla.' 32656 sole owner doing Building. The specifications' for the roof. Attorney for Plaintiff, P.O. Drawer 40, designated by the plan as Rura'II..ld.n.' In Time ForChristmas
business under the firm name of Van 'ing can be obtained In the Clerk of The Stark., Florida 32901, on or before tial be rezoned CI, and designated 7'
Zant Associates, Rout. 2, Box 313 Circuit Court oHIce' In the Bradford Coun- December 31, 1986 and file the original Business, the property of WAYNE L.ALLDREDGI. .
Keystone Hats.., Fla 32656 Inlands to .ty Courthouse. with the Clerk of this Court before or Immediately -. described as follows) 1/3 Off j
register said fictitious name under th., Th. Board of County Commissioners' thereafter otherwise 0 27.000 tq. ft. of Parcel 02234- oo0
aforesaid statute. r...", the. right to reject any and all default will be entered against you for located one and one-holf (!'/.) miles And that means a big$?D
Dated this 1 day of December A.D.i t lords the relief demanded In the Petition. Northwest of Stark.off Left side. of Hwy.
1986 In Bradford County. Gilberts. Brown WITNESS my hand and seal of this 16 (just past NW 29th) to put existing savings for you on the

12/4 4tpd 12/24 Clerk te the Board Court an the 8th day of December 1986. business In proper classification and
fIILa: .R"*'-, t2/112tchg 12/" GILBERT S. BROWN leave ham an property 'In residential.
INTENTION Clerk of the Court Property 'In Section 17, Township 6 Sw "p your drlvtway*and
TO REGISTER Byt Linda I..Pearce, South, Range 22 East. walkways the easy way
NOTICI As Deputy Clerk You are further given NOTICE that a
Pursuant to Section 865.09, 'Florida Th*Board County Commissioner of 12114tchgllNOTICI copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is. Powerful 6 Amp Motor
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Bradford County will open sealed bids available for your 'Inspection at the S3 9 9 9
.. : of the Director of Zoning' and Planning e 100-125( ( MPH Air BlastAvailable
Box "iron Monday January I, 1917 at 10:00
, :\ undersigned Ronnie t.AustinP.O. OF APPLICATION FOR Street Stark, Save$20
Hall Thompson
sole a.m. far construction on renovating of City
225 Lawtay, Fla., owner, doing REZONINGAND at:
bu.In... under the firm nam of"Touchof the Sign Snap and replacement of exit Florida.
Cia.." Detail auto cleaning, 987 N. doors et they."Shap. Bids for the PLAN Each and every person having any of this FLORIDA PEST CONTROL

Temple Avenue, Stark., Fla., Intends to renovating died. replacement of the An ORDINANCI amending the Comprehensive whatever ORDINANCE In the enactment should appearand 939 East Call Street
.register said fictitious n.me under the door. :can either** separate ar combined proposed
Land Use Plan Element and and Starke 964-5745
be heard at the time place -
bid, The for the
Specifications construction
aforesaid statute.Dated by Bradford County Florida ,In accordance .... ,OA 311M.Cell _.
doors be obtained Map Osenund. bf1NQlloft Dtreeu.. N..b TtI n (lIIal"'
this 19th day of November, end can with the local Government presalbed.BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY AIhouQII'Y.
A.D. 1986 In Bradford County.11204tpd. either of the CleifkT'dHIc* at the Bradford Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 a* COMMISSIONERS ,e.. ra:............ Km you wart em.sass w another Mudw"'l| l2)3ia-t3M) tar
12/11 County Courthouse or at th* Bradford same some si cite W.auaransw edsqueia sloe M advert***........
provided for In Chapter 13 of the
Read BYi Gilbert t. Brown
_.. -- .- -.- County Department. Florida' Statutes. O.S. Brawn Clerk 12/111khg .


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The Bradford County Telegraph


The Union County Times The Lake Region u onitor

Thursday. December U, 1986
B Section I .

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350 Proud Years. .

Guardsmen at Camp Blanding Facility Prepare to Celebrate 350 Years of Service I

ByMarkFrledlln The exercise continued on a and commercial pilots based at the
BCT Staff Writer massive scale, even for Camp Blan airpark.The .
And Robert Hawk ding standards, with more than 50 high-horsepower jet turbine
This Saturday, Dec. 13 a top-notch helicopters taking part In and supporting engines on the Chinooks gulp fuel ata
group of professional soldiers will .r.-- the airborne operations in prodigious rate, and the large flat
celebrate a special event the 350th addition to the camp's own tank and blades stirring up a windstorm on
anniversary of the establishment of r N1 r I. artillery units conducting field exer landing and departure, forcing the
the National '
Guard of the United
'r/i+f cises. waiting men to turn their heads to
States. y One fairly unusual aspect of the avoid flying bits of debris, pine
The guard has a special impact kL & V0f operation was the use of the huge needles twigs and small busheswhipped
here in Bradford and Clay Counties, CH-47 "Chinook" helicopter, a twin- up in the whirling winds.
where guardsmen employed by the eA w h Nv. e prop, jet turbine powered workhorse The Chinooks are piloted and serviced -
Florida National Guard work and which features two large rear open- by members of the Army
train at the sprawling Camp Blan ing doors accomodating over twenty Reserves' 190th Aviation Companyout
ding facility on Kingsley Lake. troops or medium size pieces of field of Olathe, Kansas and elements
Guardsmen and their families pay equipment. The 10 CH-47's wed in from Fort Mead, Maryland The
local and state taxes, raise familes, this week's operation were based at choppers support the British training -
attend the schools and help make the the Keystone Heights Airport during activities which also included
community stronger with their their one-week stay in the area,
presence. creating quite a stir among visitors Se. Pogo :3
The surge of growth which "put 7ttw .
Starke on the map" occured during -

World War II when the military 7 Be Wise .
created a "boom city" with its 44 "iDon't ,
massive infusion of troops training Shop
for a conflict on foreign shores.
These days the facility at Camp I WISE
Blanding is going stronger than PRICE-

ever, breaking records during eachof
the past six years in the number of I .4
guardsmen and regualar militarymen
who take advantage of the more
than 20,000 acres of land availablefor
realistic training training they
hope will never be used but is vital to
the security of the free world.

"National guardsmen are more jThompson OldThompson
Important to the overall readiness
level of our armed forces now than
ever before," commented Secretaryof Rum
Defense "Cap" Weinberger in a

recent speech quoted in the 750 ? 1.75
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Washington Post. 'In some situa- ,
tions they could well be the last heaaa s '
Get in His Sights... ", 629 1129
defense we have against forces of :: 799 '
communism in a protracted Readiness is the key word at Camp Blanding These artillery men get ready to fire their weapon 9f t5 .
conflict." readiness to assist the regular armed forces in any during annual training at Camp Blanding.
Indeed with manpower levels in potential conflict they might face In a dangerous inter- Guardsmen are preparing to celebrate their 350th
the regular forces stretched at less national arena. anniversary Dec. 13.
than ideal levels in some areas of the -
world, the guard and it's proud forceof flicts, from small guerrilla actionsto Paratroopers Train leaping into a cold, stormy environ-
veterans are a vital part of U.S. traditional convential, or even Paratrooper training is also big at ment participating in the exchange
military commanders' long nuclear or biological wars. Camp Blanding, where conditionsare program coinciding with annual Si
planning and would in fact be calledon range Another mission which can be lust both varied and ideal for training at the camp by the 53rd In- .t henley Wild
more "sooner than later"some as important is to be prepared to realistic training.He fantry Brigade from Tampa. Rclska Gin Turkey
potential conflicts. fullfill its state mission the protec- was right. The usefulness of the training exercise -
Guardsmen at Camp Blartding tion of life and property in times of British paratroopers made their was underscored by the dif- Vodka 101
specialize in artillery training with natural disaster or civil unrest. .first jump at the Camp Blanding ,fenna,temperature,and'landscape LTRIfl .
., .. N_ 'a firing range lard, enough to, han- '-Guardsmen nave answered literally facility In April as part of a unique' the visitors found at Camp Blanding t
die the largest guns in the U.S. In- thousands of calls to action in timesof "exchange program" using giant compared to the rocky, northern terrain LTR wliu 150o
ventory.Guardsmen. domestic need, providing quick CH-47 troop transport helicopters to in the areas they usually train 695 NRKEY
credit the Reagan ad- humanitarian relief for disaster vic- airlift them to a remote, windswept in. e-
ministration with providing funding tims and security in domestic distur- drop-point where they tumbled from In addition to training on U.S. 669. 999
levels high enough to provide a bances.In the rear doors of the huge craft, issue equipment, including the
highly realistic level of training. addition they have served in seven at a time in strict precision.The parachutes they used for the exer-
Guardsmen will be highly valued every war this{ country has!! been in paratroopers were 149 reservists cise Tuesday, the British troops will '
for one crucial aspect of their perfor- since the 17th century. The impor- of the 4th Battallion, 5th make one additional jump and
mance in any potential conflict by tant part of today's Guard is the Parachute Regiment which is basedin replace the remainder of CompanyA 301 Liquors & Lounge
military commanders their ex volunteer concept men and women Bradford, England. At the same in a field'exercise and evaluation.It .
perience.Many: who give up part of their civilian time the British troops were in the is only the second time the 53rd 1 Mile North of Starke on Hwy 301
current guardsmen have actual lives to train and prepare for every clear blue skies over Camp Blan- Brigade has been involved in a
combat experience in Vietnam eventuality and challenge they may ding, a National Guard Infantry direct exchange program, the first OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -

an asset military commanders know be called on to. face. company from Tallahassee were coming in 1979. PACKAGE STORE & OUNCE II,
the value of full well.
Military pilots are continually o
bested by their guardsmen counter-
parts in "real-life" dogfight and WINTER 1987 CALENDAR
combat situations by most

estimates, again by virtue of their FE MON.FRNOV.\ 17-21 REGISTRATION BY APPOINTMENT
combat experience, form the most SANTA
highly skilled group of pilots in the 10:00: AM to 4.00 PM

world -a fact that surely must make NOV. 20 EVENING REGISTRATION 6 00 to 8.00 PM

potential adversaries realize they 11II IMJ UNITSTHUR NOV. 24-26 REGULAR REGISTRATION 10:00: AM to 4:00: PM
nave little chance against them in a CO
conflict. lYIlY.I DEC. 1-18 REGISTRATION 10:00: AM to 4.00 PM

Camp Blanding in the past six TUES. DEC. 9 EVENING REGISTRATION 6,00 PM to 8.00 PM

years has been characterized by a THUR DEC. 18 EVENING REGISTRATION 6:00: PM to 8.00 PM
high growth level with a new ar- COLLEGESTARKE
mory completed in 1985 and new per- FRI. JAN. 2 REGULAR REGISTRATION 10:00: AM to 4:00: PM

sonnel expanding the staff each MON. JAN. 5 REGULAR REGISTRATION 10.00 AM to 4:00: PM

year.The. & 6:00: PM to 8:00: PM FEES DUE
celebration of the 350th an-
niversary is a special occasion for TUES. JAN. 6 CLASSES BEGIN/SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT

the members of the guard and their 10:00 AM to 4:00: PM & 6.00 PM to 8,00 PM
families and has great, historical
significance as well. CENTER MON. JAN. 19 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASSES &

On Dec. 13 In 1636, three militia : RECEIVE REFUND

English regiments settlements were created of in the the 209 West Call Street MON.FAMAR.\ 2-6 SPRING BREAK

Massachusetts Bay Colony. Starke Florida 32091 FRI.\ MAR. 6 SPRING HOLIDAY (College Closed)
These early "citizen soldiers"were MON. APR. 6 LAST DAY TO DROP CLASS & HAVE COURSES

armed with pikes, arquebuses, Phones 964-5382 & 468-1717 REMOVED FROM RECORD .
and swords a striking contrast to
today's automatic and electronic MON.-THUR. APR. 2730EVENING FINAL EXAM DAYS

weapons, armoured vehicles, air
mobility and state-of-the-art combat

aircraft. .
Their role in society, however, remains DAYTIME
the same a dual mission in \

and protect the citizens of their r-
states and contribute to the defenseof 2410 051 P Marriage & FamIly 830. 945 MW 108 3 TBA ENC 2301 055 P Advanced Composition, 530- 845N' MW 209 3 Culver
the nation. ENC 1001 051 C College Prep Wnllng 830.930' MW 205 I TBA' MAT 1002 055 C College Prep Math 830730N' MW 205 I Y&wn-Bonghl
While the National Guard is an ENC 100lL 051 C College Prep 930-11 00 MW 205 3 TBA MAT 1002L OS5 C College Prep Math Lab 73090011I MW 205 3 Yawn-Bonghl
Writing Lab 055 P Oral In'erp' 01 700.
ORI2000 94511I M 108 3 0 COMellCEP
essential part of the nation's total 2004 051 P Human Growth & 830- 945 MW 209 3 Connell Literature'
armed forces and trains to meet a Development ENC 1101 055 P College Composition 70094511I M 209 3 Culver
complex variety of potential con- MAC 1102 051 P Intermediate Algebra 830945 MW 212 3 Fisher REL2210 055 P Intro. to Old Testament 70094511I M 212 3 McFlldden
ARM 1000 051 P Art Appreciation 1000-1115 MW 108 3 Jensen COP 2400 055 C Intro to Assembler 70094511I M 204 3 Evans
MAC 1104 OSI P College Algebra 1000-1115 MW 212 3 FIsher Programing
,PSY 2012 051 P General Psychology 1000-11 15 MW 209 3 O'Connell EMS 1119 055 0 EMT -. BasIc TraIning 70094511I' MW 108 8 Wigglesworth
HUM 1020 051 P Inlro. to Humanities 1130. 130 MW 108 4 Jensen EMS 1I19L 055 0 EMT BaSIC TrainIng 7.00945N TH 108 4 Wlggleswor'h
I SPN 1100 051 P Spanish I 1130-1245' MW 209 4 Argulnzonl Lab
PSC 1101 051 P Principles Physical 100- 2 15 MW 210 3 FIsher EIIIC 1001 058 C College Prep Writing, 830- 73011I' TH 205 I TB'
SCIence EIIIC 1001L OS8 C College Prep WrlltngLab7 900N TH 205 3 TB'
THE 1051 051 P Chlldren'a Theater 100- 300 MW 108 4 Connell MAC 1102 058 P Intermediate Algebra 70094SN T loe 3 TBAREA
SYO 2000 OS8 P Intro 10 SOCIology 7 0094511I T 209 3 Hurley
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REA 1010L 051 C College Prep Reading 930-11 00 Tl4 205 3TBA TPP211g 058 P BegInnIng "'c'ng, 7 00. 94511I T 108 Welaberg
Out Patient Lab! APB 2150 058 P General' Biology 70094511I- T 210 Brooks
MAT 1004 051 C Elementary Algebra 830. 945 TH 212 4 Becker C".. 1802 057 0 Software Applications 7'0094511I W 204 3 Baker
Services. COG 1300 051 0 Computer Concepts I 830945 TH 204 3 Kachlk 551 1010 057 P The Social Science 7.0094511I W 212 3 Young
'ML 2020 OS1 P American Literature II 830945 TH 108 3 Hart EIIIC 1102 057 P In'ro. 10 Llterature' 700- 945N W 209 3 TBA
REL2243 OSI P 'Intro. to 1000-11015 TH 2093McCuilen SPill 1100 057 P Spanish I 700-94511I W 10S' 4 'rg"lnzuni
FridayBy New Testament MAT 1094 OS8 C Elementary Algebra 700- 945N H 209 4 Becker
Monday EIIIC 1101 051 P College Composition, 1000-11 15 TH 108 3 Hart '" WOH 2033 058 P World History 700945N H 212 3 Drowning
ECO 2013 051 P Prln. 01 EconomiCS I 1000-tl 15 TH 212 3 Strickland SInce IS15 .
Appointment MAT 1002 051 C College Prep Math 00-1200'' TH 205 I TBA HUM 1020 058 P Inlro. 10 Humanities e 30945N H 108 4 McCullen
M"'TI002L OSI C Collage Prep Math Lab 1200-130 TH 205 3 TBA APB2150L 058 P General Biology Lab 700-94 N H 210 0 Brooke .';
ACO 2001 OSD Prin 01 Accounting I 30-1245 TH 212 3 Strocklandl Class meets evenings .!
HES 1144 OSI D Hum. Med Science 30-12,45 TH r... 209 3 Langlord i Must register for Identical lab section 'Ii: : "
Bradford Hospital (Med. Terminology) \i : v n""';t ,, '. I .
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922 East cart "mnn Physiology II :
EIIIC 1102 091 .P Intro 10 Literature 002 15 TH 108 3 Hart
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Pilate 2 B SECTION December II. 1986 \

I Forestry Service Reports Decrease in Number of Forest Fires !i

Bradford County enjoyed the lack for the service, for a total of $4,012 forest land for private landowners to In the two counties. with leased equipment and basic ty volunteer have. par-
wildfires in 1983-86, according to per year. improve the condition of their forest. Radio towers are now in service brush fire surpression training. ticipated in the groups program.
Forest Area Supervisor Tim Han- During the winter of 1985-86, six improving communications with Through this program military
nonLast Other stats... landowners utilized the service, to formely nard-to-reach areas, and surplus trucks tanks etc., Home Safety...
year 56 wildfires burned 128 Last year the number of wildfireswere burn 120 acres of woodland at a cost radios are currently being upgraded are leased !to,departments? for their The 1984-85 season prompted the
acres down from 136 wildfires and reduced to 56, from the prior of $3.50 per acre. In order to par to further inprove communications. conversion in brush fire sup ressioh Division to emphasize home safety
I 1.418 acres burned the year before. year, 136; Average fire sized reduced ticipate in the burning program the equipment. Also through this program and yard maintenante in rural house
Unfortunately 50 percent of woods to 2.3 from 10.4 acres; notices of landowner must submit written A 6,000 gal shotgun tanker, some military surplus trucksare ing developments. With the current
fire were set by arsonists, said Han- violation reduced to 14, from 49; forest management plans with the capable of pumping 500 gallons per rebuilt and transformed into trend of moving into rural areas the
non.Bradford acres of firelines plowed 1,961 Division. minute is on order, to be delivered first-rate fire trucks at a fraction of need for fire protection around housing -
county entered into an Bradford County has 9 full time early in the fiscal year. It will be stationed the cost of new units. Local penal in- developments increases. Many
agreement with the old "Florida positions with an annual payroll of Equipment Report... in Gainesville, available for stitutions have cooperated in the residents are unfamiliar with the
Forest Service" 30 years ago for the 154100. The Bradford-Union County area use in all four counties in the program by rebuilding the old units destructive forces of wildfire and
protection of forest, grass and has a new John Deere crawler trac- district. into fire fighting trucks of excellent forget about clearing their lots as extensively -
\uldlands of the county from Prescribed Burning... tor with blade to replace an older quality. as they should. This type
destructive wildfires. The county Hannon says this is the sixth year piece of equipment stationed in Rural Aid... The Division provides a 12 hour public education may well prevent a
pays 3 cents per forest acre per year the Division of Forestry has provided Raiford. The new tractor is more Since the mid 1960's, the Division brush fire suppression course for catastrophe like the Palm Coast fire
contract prescribed burning of suitable for the wet conditions found has been assisting fire departments fire fighters on request. Three coun- of 1984 from recurring said Hannon.

Inmate KilledAt

UCI FridayA

convicted murderer is being detained DAYS
in the stabbing death of a IDI (C
fellow inmate.
Inmate Gilbert Hill 36, is in
special confinement following the I MANUFACTURER'S I
death of Inmate Billy Wayne W K
Waughton last Friday. Dec. 5. & .1I"1
Waughton was stabbed three :
times in the upper chest following an PONS FLORIDA
argument in a cell at Union Correctional
Institution. Waughton,33, was ONLY!
prounounced deaad at 9:55: p.m. at
the prison's clinic, just over an hour -
after the stabbing. He was serving a "1 a r ,, MpwYgxWl.. ._ ......
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life sentence for a 1978 second DOUBLE COUPONS GOOD IN JACKSONVILLE, : -
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degree murder conviction in Volusia
County, according to spokespersonVernon HIGH SPRINGS PERRY PALATKA CHIEFLAND ::=,:::,=,::::.:=.:::...____
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Hill is serving a life term for a 1970 j
first degree murder conviction in
Brevard County. He also has two ag
gravated assault convictions for incidents .,
during his stay in prison. r
The fatal stabbing was the fourthat
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UCI this year said Bradford. ._.. IU\\ TB5.; =':U_.TCITig...,
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Scout Pack 346 of Southside Stem 7
Sirloin 2
Elementary School will be collectingnew !'M. x 7T:1 ( WDMAXD u t CHOICI MMILItS MUHN- TIP &, IxYIA WIN ER MIMLL rxn__rrenoxa.wrw

and good condition used toys for .. = ; Roast *267 -- OVER .roarw.,........ ....._. mrwrm.rrYr ..__......-
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three locations in Starke. 1 d sy Bologna I .ss'lM IN CASH AND VALUABLE COUPONS) 0__......,__............
Southside School FlowersSunbeamThrift f I F NOW AT WINN DIXIE 'u .u.."'"..-
.a 'oproourannYr
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Store (US-301 south) and Love ID WMEMVIN PMOOUCT n KMOMPLOVUIafttMtponMi

That Video (US-301 north). f' Bacon./.L.$128 WIN UP TO $1,000 ,...---.-...I.*,MhCt-txig--QncwRIOUIAR ...
will be ..
Toys accepted from Tues M MqM ww pY
day Dec. 9 through Friday, Dec. 19 '
For more information call 4 _
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ClarificationDonations STROHSMK $929
IA.. &
made through the fund o BEER L "su M
drive at Bill's Radio Shop in Starkeare
to be used to purchase a radio for AIL FLAVORS
the medical director in Bradford CHEK '
County. 7 c

The portable radio is not for __Iit DRINKS 28TL

Chapman.Emergency(Chapman Services Director has a radio Cliff f ____ I E All VARIITIIS

provided by the county.) / COCA $ 59

The portable radio for the doctor --- COLA f ,
will provide immediate contact LI.
when needed such as for bad trauma
cases and medicial support said '
Chapman. All contributions are IS .
appreciated and will be accepted by :- ___
Emergency Services.Recipes. __
A ..., Dole '


DOLE 77c
With the holiday upon us, it's timeto
break out the bakeware and SAVI ?7<
prepare something special for the !' VEGETABLEV8
family sweet tooth. Union County __, 46M' 8Sc
abounds with delicious recipes for JUICE 5115
all sorts of traditional, and not-so- 0
traditional favorites at this time of BEEF !
QQ 1
year $141
Some of these recipes are sharedby LB.SMOKED 9 !J KRISPIES I3=E
means of the Hometown Recipes
Book that the Lake Butler VolunteerFire PORK .

the baked goodies available throughthis
book are below.Pumpkin FLOUR BAG

Nut Bread

This favorite of the holiday seasonis d
shared by Melba Nettles.

j f i 3 and I/3 cups flour

3 cups sugar ? P nasaw
i 1 teaspoon nutmeg
f 2 teaspoons soda
1 and 1/2 teaspoons salt i
1 and 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon
1 cup oil
2/3 cup water

1 cup chopped pecans .
4 eggs r
2 cups canned pumpkin

I In a large bowl. mix together first
6 ingredients. Make a well and add
remaining ingredients, mix until
: smooth. Pour in 3 well greased and
floured pans. Bake 1 hour at 350
degrees FSweet.

Potato Casserole

r; This delicious treat will complement
holiday main
submitted any by Sandra Floyd. $ 00 MADISON HOUSE $-| CHEDDAR $258
1 3 cups mushed, cooked, sweet MUSHROOMS PNr 99c MARGARINE, r K c N POT PIES $& I CHEESE . iaORIIN

pr.rtOef OIANT

I 1/2 cup cup sugar melted margarine ORANGES $149 CHEESES 58C CORN ON R c''BAGUETTES .1). 91C

2 1 eggs teaspoon, well vanilla beaten extract .Laka r SIZE . 6p r FOR

1/3 cup milkCombine
all ingredients and mix
well. Spoon into greased 2-quart
casserole and cover with topping.

1/2 cup brown Topping sugar WINN DIXIE _

1/4 cup all-purpose flour

margarine 2 and 1/2 tablespoons: melted PEFpODL

1/2 cup chopped nuts STAMrg _

Combine all ingredients mixing PRICES GOOD QUANTITY RIGHTS 4. .

well. Spinkle on top of potato mix THURS. WED., America's Supermarket ,,'....RESERVED. .. ....
ture before baking. Bake at 350 T f cw'rMr.w
degrees for 25 minutes. Serves 8 DECEMBER 11-17. 1986 M


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December, 1986 SECTION 1'11)1':1I ) :

I Readiness Reflects Guard Training E,!: .r

sling-loading )jeeps and artillery buifdings we built before World WarII center and units in the field even
pieces In addition to the airdrops. are still Intact." more. ? ,
The British paratroopers flew into The new building, flexible In its t
Jacksonville and loaded onboardthe function and spacious in its interior The mobile units are large vans jt
Chinooks for the last leg of their space with modernized equipmentand which will be stored behind the new I
d 9,
t ,
center and stocked for the field in a
transcontinental journey to Camp climate controls,was completedin I
Blandmg. January 1904 at a cost of$1,747,101with oversized loading bay behind the I
Other helicopter training missions funding provided jointly by the building. Each van is capable of servicing -
include air assaults and night vision state and the federal goverment. many different and unrelated !
goggle training. The night vision The construction project spinoff pieces of military hardware at
goggles are a specialized piece of benefits to the local communities in Camp Blanding and other training -
equipment which allows pilots to the area were'significant, and the areas and dealing with many different I A
"see the separate palmetto blades"in continued growth in the number of unrelated problems encountered S a
pitch darkness units training at the facility has in- on one trip away from the
Pilots at Camp Blanding have creased that Impact. new center. 0 _
flown an estimated 390 missions dur The building.. project at the armory
UA 1"A. ded 'I' t At
ing the operation. e res ors tun a
"The attack helicopters use a W'rld\V; II era post hospital foun NO VENT REQUIRED
similar piece of equipment on their taint which is now located still at its .
missions," one of the officers original site, at the entrance way to 1"' ML Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm
remarked. "I'd hate to be on the the new building. .
Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
when in their Seven Florida Army National
ground they get you
sites, there's nowhere to hide." Guard units and detachments are 24th Street, follow signs or

The helicopters are in action on an housed in the facility along with the i iIifl GAS GRILLSTWIN Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30:
around-the-clock basis during the Camp Blanding Post Headquarterswhich >
two-week training period which will includes all state and federal Come Visit Us In Our
end May 10. post support activities. ii1 rI hl
The new building has an interior Co-Op Craft Shop
Blanding space of 35,441 square feet and is BURNER '
Officials at the I
Military Reservations Camp are please briefing equipped rooms with a which modern utilize conference state-of- !I !Idy II AUTO IGNITOR r. :. :;, .:; .. Cut Christmas Trees for Sale -

with the positive response by public the-art audio-visual equipment an REGULATOR All Nature
Sings of Jesus
and the the NationalGuard's
auditorium, six supply rooms, fin h
and Post AND
new Armory for the Post Headquartersand Dearborn HOSE _
spaces I
which dedicatedin -
Headquarters, was a kitchen. _
ceremonies two years ago. Col.! James C. Rinaman, Post GAS HEATER LB.
Officials at the camp have ex- $98' ''
Commander at Camp Blandin,
perienced rapid growth in the continuing economic Heals up to 5 rooms, 40,000 BTU, I iiiiia .I\ TANK %
number of visiting troops using the benefits predicted to the surrounding areas completely installed with gas, 10 ft '
training Tubing included, REG. 109' 744
unique Camp Blanding with the addition of more than .. t' .
which necessitated the '
facility move REG. $9/1QOO
500,000 troops those com
per year
Annual Yield
to a larger headquarters,a construc- ing to join the troops who used the 399 NOW *iO 6
tion initiated three
project years ago facility last year,already the busiest INCLUDING GAS-
that has had a considerable ecnomic
impact on Bradford and Clay Coun- year And ever the for armory camp is personel.just the biggestand Season Greetings to All of Our Customers Rate r'7

ties.An most visible change at the ..
interview with Maj. Gen. camp. One of the newest additions is mmf mm TANK INSTALLATION Compounded 20(
Ralph W. Cooper, Ret., a historian TANKS
air assault built /
a new landing strip
who has reasearched the history of for highly specialized training mis- (LP-GAS) WITH FROM 20 TO FOB 1000 GALLONS Monthly .
the facility, revealed that the search
sions not possible at the facility GAUGES IN NORTH FLORIDA .
for a permanent home for the Na- before. I
tional Guard eventually resulted in Additions in the three LOANED/LEASED. ..
past years ;
-+to. .
the choice of the Camp Blanding have increased the number of full ( Z '" .I JACKSONVILLE-771.4340 (t1'I at; I.
facility. time staff personel from 12 to 40. .
Maj. Cooper said the origins of the AVAILABLE.crams oas CAINESVILIC 376-4677 '0' .
post began with the first head- A new, computerized military r 1 STA8KC9647725lleadloi 7.28
quarters located in Jacksonville, a parts and supply distribution center y'iel'd'
site which is now the Jacksonville has been completed on Edwards Annual
Naval Air Station. Road in Starke which will serve National "
The Jacksonville site was first Guard units across the state. Uic I Holidays
called Camp Joseph E. Johnson The new building houses Class 9 ':dfh Rate
when it was built in 1917 and then repair parts (everything needed by %
renamed Camp Foster after a the guard and regular army units in tqLt; CompoundedMonthly 7.05
general who died in 1928. training except aviation materials) ;
"In the late 1930's war seemed im- and is equipped with 10 mobile unitsto
minent"said Cooper, "The navy service and repair tanks, elec-
wanted to take over Camp Foster as tronic communications equipmentand
a training site and this was approvedby an inventory of over 3,000 items I
the Armory Board, providing that needed to make AT's (annual train- PERMS $3500 :81 i a"'ar:
the Navy give the National Guard ing sessions) and weekend drills run . .
$400,000 to build a camp somewhereelse. as smoothly as possible. .' ) %
Includes Haircut andReconditioning
." The new building is equipped witha Z 18
Cooper noted that Jacksonville's new Honeywell master computer y'ie' d'
businessmen and government of- system equipped with three for Haircutting Excellence Annual I ]
ficials realized the advantages to separate terminals to speed up the
having naval training site in the city process of parts requests from the
and raised the $400,000 to give to field and acquisition. The system Family Hair Designers Rate ;
the Armory Board, with the proviso will eventually have a direct link to
that the new national guard camp ..guard.headquarters., / _In. ,SU ., Hwy 301 Next.to Pizza Hut 964.7303 CompoundedMonthly 6 9501 ,
site txTcfiftsen In Duval or one of thesujroundinai Augustine. speeding the com- ..
cbUnties The Board thenew .' ,. '
chose 30oot.I1cres in Gay.Couot.J(.\..-tnu..J lualgtetweert-.i..ijj.-.4.1< ,,WI .- ..... ,;_,, vr, ,
.. .
told the audience that they -' -' -' f '-
Cooper .INrfNrINr'IlfaltNrlfUIIAIInAJ( A21AlIflnPlloPf! a( '"ama"a"."fl7ltdlPlltArMll1'1J I7lilutflbr'l1 Rt11 .. ,
received salvage rights to Camp '

equipment Foster, meaning, buildings they, could etc., move from : '' : al !

Camp Foster to the new site. "We g" Santa Saves. i '' ; .. %
moved lumber, brick, plumbing and uea' 6.96
electrical supplies and there are still
four houses on Camp Blanding today Too. Yield
that were moved here from Camp 3I You Can . I
Foster. The house known as I-. t

Quarters superintendent's them. The four 1, houses which house are was was on each one the of of IS i \'. 1( We would like to wish Everyone Rate 6.75%

Cooper the four said.corners of the camp," kf8 a Safe and Happy Holiday! I II Monthly Compounded

"If you go to the Post Exchange today

tion,at you Jacksonville will see one Naval area Air that Sta-is r 'F "

raised higher than the rest, where i iI '
the architecture if slightly different. I 3 [ .t :
This area of that building is all thatis ,:y Cfc
left of Camp Foster at NAS," said ,'" 6.75

Cooper. Yie"Id
Cooper said his first trip to the pre- Annual
sent site of Blanding was difficult.
"You could hardly walk from the 7P
highway to the lake, the underbrushwas i -j-
so thick. It was a tremendous i Rate
clearing job and we only had$400,000to 55 /O
purchase the land and build the CompoundedMonthly
camp," he said. The state prison *
farm provided the labor to clear the

land.During World War II, the camp '" .

was house new federalized roads the and increased and buildings expanded number built, with of to : D &: S Motors Inc. I ;" (jntl1. !' %

troops stationed there. at ., : :
When the war was over, the camp 207 N. Temple Avenue Starke 964-7556 IB 'n'JUn.u' 6.38
was returned to state control and the
federal government sold the A' a"I'.Yie'd']
facilities they had built there and .
.1 8B
planned to send the Army Corps of 8S
Engineers wrecking crew to Rate
demolish the federal improvementsmade %
to the camp. The armory Sao gg3 1983 .. MWM&B CompoundedMonthly 6 20
board had a clause in the contractfor C 16
restoration of the camp and Ce1Ta 20V Red 80S o
fought the Army Corps of Engineersto i
be able to retain many of the rGoo+ e leduryred Camaro Corolla, . ,
facilities they have now. e clean 6loeded rr/ced to pq ronl .
had also '- rt. Efef wnn eves Come pe It found Cart
The federal government r',1n' BmoritStAnnual;
purchased 40,000 north and east of : :
the camp and leased an additional .
100,000 for manuever purposes.
"r"r:: World War II ended, the
federal government cancelled the Yield 6.01O
lease and was going to declare the I
40,000 acres surplus. a '' 78 S2 19
"We-felt that the war to end all sIt wu Dod Rate
said / ford 9e
wars had not yet been fought, n Cavalier
Cooper, "and that the property was. fiesta :, .: Ashen CompoundedMonthly
necessary for training. de rdced to fold ,
After two trips through Congress, Edo.Cond.'lw 0 dC.Auto -
the Armory Board managed to get a, O
bill passed that would deed the 40,000_ +' a Special
acres to the state for national guard

training purposes. When want a high CD rate
Cooper traced a steady outline of you ,
growth through succeeding U.S. .
Presidents, culminating with the look up to Florida Federal.
Reagan administrations' five-year e
period of sustained growth in funding Chevette C ,
for the National Guard a
period in which the Camp Intensified ,-. r ,Gean
Florida FederalFor
facility has seen more ,
training activity than ever before. duoImmediate Financing to All
"The growth and the changes we I Federal office THE-BANK.
have experienced here have been *" the Florida nearest you, call-
tremendous"Cooper said "But I'mvet. WMr Qualified Buyers MINIMUM DEPOSIT$1,000. fates subject tochange. |'SIX'
to that those Substantial for withdrawal.
proud say penalty early
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Page/ 4 SECTION: December II. R986 _. r __.. _.. _or .

I ObituariesCharles -

Atlas Crawford,Sr. Survivors include two daughters, away December 9, 1986, at Shands
Patricia Ward,Gainesville and Nor- Teaching Hospital following a brief
Mr. Charles Atlas Crawford, Sr.,
illness. ,
ma Bracken of San Diego, CA; one
of died
47 Starke Saturday
brother, Gene Gilliard of Camilla
BradfordHospital Funeral arrangements are In-
December 6, 1986 in and
following an extended il GA; two sisters, Nellie Womble complete at this time. Archie Tan-
Ode Butler of Cairo,GA five grand-
iness. ; ner Funeral Home of Starke is in
Mr. Crawford was born in Brad children &. seven great- charge of arrangements. i+3a a ti' ? r ,
ford County on January 16, 1939 and grandchildren.JohnsonHayes Funeral Home
was a lifelong resident of Bradford Emery M.BoringMr.
County. Mr. Crawford was a was In charge of arrangements. Emery M. Boring 81 of titr6 r ..
member of The Primitive Baptist Keystone Heights, died Thursday, f-,
Church. Card of Thanks December 4, 1986 at his residence .
Survivors include six daughters With grateful hearts we thank the following an extended illness.
Mrs. Cathy Starkes, Mrs. Carol many friends who have been so kindto U.S 301 South Starke 964.6071
Gray &Mrs.Charlotte Griffis,all of us in the form of words, cards, Mr. Boring was born in Waldo on Open Friday
Starke, Mrs. Cindy Wilkerson of ,visits, and all other July 2, 1905 and moved to rural
Lawtey, Mrs Tammy Smith&Miss thoughtful expressions prayers extended to Keystone Heights 15 years ago from SUPER :1::: f:
Waldo. He was a retired farmer
Stacy Crawford, both of Texas; a us during the illness and death of our I m .
member of the protestant faith.
son, Charles A. Crawford, Jr. of loved one.
Lawtey; six sisters, Mrs. Cleo Led- May God bless you
ford of South Carolina, Mrs. Bonnie The Pearl Conner Family Survivors include his wife,Miriam
Lord of North Carolina, Mrs. Lucille Powell Boring, Keystone Heights; Florida Juice
Carlton of Key Largo, Mrs. Shirley several nieces &nephews.
Sawyer of Miami, Mrs. Betty Davis George RigdonMr. Fryer
of Hampton and Mrs. Lois Crawfordof George Ridgdon, 75, passed Graveside services for Mr.Boring
Lawtey; two brothers, Mitchell away December 9, 1986, at Bradford were held Friday,December 5,with ran g eS
and Don Crawford, both of Lawtey; Hospital following an extended il Rev. Fred Yerkes conducting the Quarters ;
eight grandchildren. lness. services. Burial was in Waldo
Funeral services were held at Cemetery under the direction of
Union Primitive Baptist Church Funeral arrangements are in- Jones Funeral Home of Keystone 49 <:
Monday, Dec. 8, 1986 with Rev. complete at this time. Archie Tan- Hgts.In.
David Crawford and Rev.Gene Bass ner Funeral Home is in charge of ar Doz. 29
conducting the services. Burial was rangements. lieu of flowers donations may be
In Dyal Cemetery under the direc- made to the N.C. Fla. Hospice, c/o lb.
tion of Jones Funeral Home in Ruby M,GriffisMrs. Alachua General Hospital, 801 SW
Starke. Ruby M. Griffis, 39, passed 2nd Ave.,Gainesville, FL 32601. WITH $12.00 FOOD PURCHASE

Harry Hilton Houston _. .-.-.-........................................................_. w.,-. ..............-. -. -......IRItMI><
Mr. Harry Hilton Houston, 74, of r ----------- -----'----------'--'--'- Extra FancyBananas Fresh Medium
Starke died Wednesday, December
.). 1986 in Bradford Hospital follow- flII Rock
ing a long illness. 9S
Mr. Houston was born in Garland,
Alabama on February., 1912. Mr. I Shrimp
Houston moved to Starke over 50 Season'sGreetings
years ago and was a member of the r 0
Methodist Faith. He was a retired I 1 g

service over 40 years.Survivors station include. owner/operator his wife, Hilda for !: CREAM I Ib. $249

Durden Houston; one brother, John .
Henry Houston, Jr., Greenville,, P CHUIN to I SUPER SPECIALSAt
Ala.; five sisters, Gladys Martin,, r .
Leeds, Ala., Wilda Gilley,, ( I
Demopolis, Ala., Cornelia Sellers,, fill.3e of our :i iI
Greenville, Ala., Mary Patrick,,
:i iI
:McKenzie Ala., & Mabel Jenkins,, Ol.

Birmingham Graveside,services Ala. were held at' I 4$1I1::: CustomersLawtey I II Normans we Invite you to shop and compare. We pride

Santa Fe Cemetery in Starke Fri- ldy RsNl II ourselves on serving you the finest choice. beef, fresh produce and
day, December 5, 1986, with Rev.
i Ben Bryant conducting the services. Ii scintilating seafood
Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof If haven't shopped Normans, come on down. We think
arrangements. i Shell Station r rus I you'll find the best beef in town is at Normans. We guarantee our

Miley :Mae Wynn I beef to be tender and flavorful. Your satisfaction Is guaranteed!

!Miley Mae Wynn, 77, of 301 782-3580 Lawtey, Florida We give you constant prices that consistently are lower thananyone's.
Gainesville died December 2,1986 in OPEN til 9 p.m. 7 Days A Week I
for $2.79
:North Florida Regional Hospital.
L.'els'inaatla'elr' IS sASerset+Aaiets'stouts'etxusnrttaetamlt.ets tsstr'rlsietl
beef isn't tender and flavorfulor
Come on down to Normans. If our
:Mrs Wynn was born in Cairo, GA
and was a lifelong resident of the our prices better- see me personally. L
Gainesville area. She was a Nurses HOLIDAY SPECIALS f1 r
Aide for Sunland Training Center; 1.Us
t member of KIT Club at Northwest
Wave CuMicS
Baptist Church of Gainesville; lleneCuEs3"118't.H BOjf Or -- .- -
charter member of Northwest Baptist Men'sStylecuts
Church of Gainesville. Specifics . . $25 . . . $10. 't'f'. A
Paul Mitchell Women'sStyle > .;11 It II JL. .. .1'.1 .". .tf*
Odorless . . . $35 Cuts . . .- $14Hairplanes ''''
(Haircut Included) TanningSessions $ MEA : We Guarantee Our Beef to be the Best!

H . . ea. 5
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Here or 10 For . . . $25 GROUND CHUCK Delmonico
Here Pay
Halrcolor I I. _. ._. . $15|
We FinanceOur

cars mostly 1-owner new BEEF ROAST STEAK

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FFB Reorganization Goes Smoothly I IBy

Mark Frledlln Starke Bank Spokeswoman Linda Patrick said. "We are also excited
BCT Staff Writer Patrick, complaints have been few about the rennovating job we are do-
Florida Federal Bank,which has a and far between as customers seem ing here at the Starke branch. We
branch office in Starke, has a new to have adapted to the change with arc completely updating our com-
look and more employees since the few ill effects. puter system and in fact all of our 86
bank reorganized and closed its "We have benefited here in Starke offices in the state are now on the
h a qpI Lake Butler oCfice.Customers with the addition of two employeesin any Florida Federal
--- in Lake Butler have to the old office in Lake Butler Customer the ability to transact
-- I Ff drive a little further to use the Lynette Wainwright and Connie
f hnnk'H facilities but according to Tanner, who started in October," (!Sir Fla... 1'.61'1)

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another branch office there was closed after a review Norman and Robbin Barrett.C.J.'s ""

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. Coconuts Buried at Courthouse Give Rise to Talk of VooDooman' ,.

'llw! ..meaning- is not known as each 'root'or tape and eacn one was found," says Denton. '
found of in
finding of four buried Suggs were found inside each guilty trafficking enclose
witch doctor interpret the in red cloth ( There are two sides to voo-doo,
commits may a nylon sym-
at (the Bradford County coconut, which leads to speculationthat cocaine last month.Wims is scheduled -
findings differently, said Sheriff bolizing blood) and white cloth said Denton, the supernatural,
Courthouse Monday, Dec 8, has had the hex is a result of the out. for sentencing Monday Dec. 15.
Dolph Reddish. death which had been which let it work
(symbolizing ) you on
you you
Is fear at the
everyone taking about hexes, cUllS come of the Roosevelt Wims trial. While there no cour-
A Clay man who has hand sewn, intending to the can hurt yourself and the human
witchcraft, County keep ;
thouse, alleged expert was con
spells DeSue and witnessesfor an
curses/ ant Suggs were
become four inside. The red fabric which the to
voodooism Until an alleged witchcraft expert names side may be one fear.
the state that trial In- tacted to explain the findings.
in gives the color is used in Haitian voodoo Most witch doctors have
The is found following explanation one a support
names of Circuit Denton the investigator the individual or individuals
Judge John vestigator was
where it is believed if have aperson's system which "makes" things happen -
J. Crews,, Investigator Don Denlon, and Judge Crews was thepresiding who placed the voo-doo coconut four the you
The burials at four corners
name you have their soul. said Denton, who is not taking
Debra the the real
DeSue and when packages in ground
William 'Sugar- judge Wims was of the courthouse are intentedto One theory Is the intent to shut up the whole thing too lightly.Although
r o' surround the building,and keep the four people whose names were he said he slept well.
: the 'hex' inside. Each coconut had listed. Another theory is harm will One resident of the black com-
!: the end cut off with the four names come to them. munity said he thinks the intent of
,.',.' inside each one and the coconut was the hex is to guarantee that Wims
filled with lye The names inside in "Since voo-doo is not an exact will be released when he appears In
the lye (commonly used over dead science, we may have many different court Monday for his sentencing. If
& ; .1 animals) was intended as a burial. interpretations until the one that should be the case, the price of
; .: The ,coconuts were sealed with who prepared the. coconuts is coconuts will go sky hip'
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These coconut "heads" were buried at the Bradford In an effort to influence an on-going drug trial the
County Courthouse early this week in a bi/dar"voodoo heads were filled with caustic lye in a ritual manner in -.- .
intimidation attempt"the words of a Bradford Counan attempt to frighten witnesses
ty Sheriff's Department 3m>lt<>sm.tn. r

Florida Federal .. IATN

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business with any office from any banking needs, according to Fort said the 'review procedure .MITXN......,.. '"
I showed that the Starke branch office
location. We welcome everyone to Spokesman Jim Fort of the ,ONw.
stop by and see us." Gainesville office. 15 miles from Lake Butler, lit: .
The action closing the Lake Butler "Florida Federal continues to could serve both areas efficientlyand oOARAO
office was not indicative of any regularly review its branch opera- economically. An internal
financial problem but rather a tions. We look at the market areas bookeeping transfer made the
review of service priorities due to a and determine how we can best transfer procedure simple, accor-
reevaluation of the area and its serve the areas most efficiently." ding to Ms. Patrick.

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often used in commercial applications -
1/[ mile South 01! 218 ,such as lho-:e put downin ( '" IJm,
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I Bradford Hospital Offers Expanded Services with. Addition 1The 1

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near new 54-bed Bradford Hospital, Room expands trom one room to much nicer, larger and more com- equipment includes cardiac patient. The units will\ function dur tient Care.
completion, offers
three beds
an expanded two to five
Emergency Room and a seperate fortable facility, one that we are monitors/defibrillators and ing a power failure, eliminating any Epps said the expanded communications
services. waiting room, nurses station and pleased to offer to residents of Anti-Shock which
Trousers (MAST) lapse in service and certain risk fac system, additional
The Emergency Room is charting area. Starke and" surrounding communities will\ be used on trauma victims to tors.Conditions space and having the Kadiologv
square feet 1,650 maintain blood pressure and fluid of acute trauma and Department located next to Im-
compared ere
to "We excited about
530 the Increased -
very The
square Emergency Room will have
feet In the old volume. medical emergencies will\ be treatedin Emergency Room will allow in
Emergency said BR administrator -
Tripling in size, the Room. space two cardiac beds, two trauma beds Head wall power units are equip. the Emergency Room to be staff- creased and efficient outpatient wrvices.
new Tim Rearick. "It is and
Emergency a an examination room. New ped for use in medically assisting a ed round the clock by professionalnurses. As for patient comfort, pol
The ambulance and ambulatory tients will enjoy more privacy and
I Bradford Rescue Has Busy Month entrances to the Emergency stylishly decorated rooms in tones! oi
Room are separate and night intercom gray and mauve.
Bradford Rescue needed one more was to an overdose victim. Thirteen tional distress and three people were QR-10 Is located just outside the The existing Emergency Room
run in November to made the 100 were to people In trauma and dead when the unit arrived (one wasa The Quick Response Unit-10 Emergency Room entrance. averages 500 patient visits a month
mark,calls the unit responded to a total of another 13 were to people in trauma hunting accident.) Seven calls responded to two brush fires during "We have looked forward to providing The 1986 fiscal year figures show .I>
99 according to Director of resulting from vehicle accidents. were cancelled and three were false the month of November, said Chap-- this service for many years," 21 percent increase in Emergence
Emergency 52 Calls required Services the Cliff Chapman. Four calls were people in emo- alarms. man. said Martha Epps, director of Pa Room visits over 1985.LADIES' .

of 54 patients while 47 calls require
ro no transporting.The .
back-up unit made four runs
and assisted Rescue 61 with one run.
Two patients were transported by
LifeFlight, two patients by Shand-
sCair and one each by StatFlight and
Trauma I.Rescue.
61 assisted Rescue 74 s
,(Middleburg) with a cardiac arrest. o r s p o *
if'> > The majority of the patients, 29, is I
were taken to Bradford Hospital. ..... 'U 4"I
Nine were taken to Alachua General .L"-c- D. -I< 7'.T.T'i': j'i ))16 '
Hospital three to North Florida .
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six to Shands and one to 'f"" / \ : "
Veterans Hospital, all in "'" \ ::\\. _"_ ...' CI I\ ."
Gainesville. Three taken to f 0 J .. ,
Reception Medical Center and one 99 1... t. ; 11'1 ,, I \ '"
fice.patient was taken to a doctor's of u

Seventeen of the calls were illness EACH V 4.99 ,". \

and related eight, 12 were were to to cardiac people paitents with \ ,J 4, Qt.' :; \ I f L, 'diD 0 9 t\/ I -)-

respiratory problems. Five calls \ I e .\ .
were to obstretic patients and one 1 g .I''i''riJ{ '' j1 J \ 8" ) 8.99 rt 1.1.:6 */ "
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Offered at SFCCTwo .. "
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sections of Spanish will be of- rl\/r--/I II I fiT [1f U.ll ;: 0 ;1 ( ft Q
fered for the first time during the up- SKIRTS OR //A I II I I"" Ii I 'o IC !t-'n./ I \ "
coming Winter Term at the Starke PANTS II I! \ P / kI. \\1";: I I
Center of Santa Fe Community Col- Wrt) YA j ;.L 0 t'' j
Regularly 1l \
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lege. The addition of a new language 'I / '''
lab has made the day and night To 9.99 :::.------ ( UJ \ '-l / \
Spanish courses possible. Language 1111 I
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offerings at SFCC are four credit (( 1 'I ( < 11
classes with one hour a week in the \\' .I\ I I 0 y
listening lab. 1 : I I ..t. .".1 "" rl .
Any student who wants to start \ 'y'I I I \/1 I r
work on a degree should take the I : I I I I, 0 ( r ;"" 'r- J.v" -/ f
ACT Test to be administered }
on / / Ii I II I \\LL1.\ ( J
Wed. Dec. 17 at 6 p.m. There is no ''Y' ) } j <> h
charge for the test, but the student

college must fill to out be eligible an application to take it.to the : :: '. yi. d'q 1. {

Registration for the Winter y 1\L-\\ .h
Semester is going on daily from 8 to 88
4 p.m. with a special evening sessionon \
Thursday,December 18, from 6 to PAIR a.P : /
8 p.m. Classes begin on January 6 ;;TL 1UjI., ..... (J 'f j
and run to April 30. f -- ::! \\
In addition to basic classes in \ IIl
Math English, Science, History,
Social Sciences and Humanities, the HOUSE SLIPPERR
Winter Schedule includes g. 3.99. .
Acting, K q. -
XJd Testament, Human Qc9w.thand. :... I' -. \ I

evelopment, Marriage,. and theraimily l) I
4t Appreciation,

hierican, Anatomy Lileiit re and, Medical Physiology'Terminology ,- 4. J< q : j .. ; r 99 9

Speech, Business Law, Economics, /
Computer Concepts, Computer Soft- .
ware Application, and Introductionto )::: u- \ SHIRTS BLOUSES fI f\
Assembler Programming. I d' \...... ,// \i '.. i ,
Another of the
highlight Winter '
Term is a class taught by Dr. April I J'
O'Connell, entitled Children's
Theatre which will feature
presenta- v.
tions in local schools designed to In- .c'. ;''J REGULARLY TO 7.99
volve audience .

Training will Class also participation.There taught be an EMT by Ernest Basic PAIRMEN'S / l //f1 LADIES' FASHION BLOUSES ,

Wigglesworth of Alachua County I )

Department of Emergency Ser- OR LADIES'ATHLETICS I ) .
vices. With the expanded program in TOPS OR OXFORD SHIRTS .

the .. .. .. .
Starke Center, a local studentcan :.: .
get an Associate of Arts degree Reg. 7.99. Joggers or aerobic I : .: .... t1 EXTRA SIZE OXFORD SHIRTS REG. TO 8.99 . 5.99
taking all his classes in Starke. An ..
increasing number of non-degree styles. GIRLS' 4-14 OXFORD SHIRTS REG. 5.99. . . 3.99
seeking students have also been taking
advantage of the local college
classes, especially the varied com- -=
puter business classes. ---= .
For more Informantion, please uacave G.ro; """O,11>i.. L. 3'SAI: .400+7.... TJ
call 9645382. :
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Unexpected results \. l-fiVMl J -l 1lL--- .....- .dd' /" .;; II .rDu1.::)
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Child Find of America'a in- !
novative mediation program cur t EACH c for or multi&t, ;
rently being tested in Florida has uncovered CIrye' f..li.: 0I --
information which offers >
the safety oriented agency an entirely P '
new avenue for research.
Child Find's program entitled, A \I
WAY OUT, was designed to focus at I ; ;
tention on the thousands of parents BRIEFS \
who have kidnapped their children. REQ. .
Child Find provided fleeing and

searching municate with parents each a other way under to com a e3 !! ) ) 1\ )
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safe and healthy circumstance I ::. :"YI V3 "
ed utilizing mediators the skills of and specially telephone train- 'Y iII/t I REG.o/ EA, I :/
operators. Parents can call 1-800-A I PKS.
Smce the program was launchedin BRIEFS OR T-SHIRTS 8 oz. chocolate flavor balls
Jergyens Aloe&zLanolin
September Child Find has received .. BOYS' BRIEFS. . 3.99 or bells l 5 oz. Lady
4 C, D or AA'
Charlene chocolates. Limit 2 packs.
more than 1000 calls on its toll 2 gk. 9 volt. 3 4
free telephone number. The unex- 4 OZ.OIANT MINT STICK. FOR 1
pected results stem from the fact ,\ "
that many parents who have calledre
seeking advice because they are "r4
contemplating fleeing with their V {' 'L

children. "''II _:
"We never expected that our program : :; :
would reach such persons," I --1' /
Louis McCagg, Executive arw says J II !!
Director of Child Find. "It is a very GIFT WRAP Quaker

exciting discovery that our program or 80'Ids S sh..t 86a ,It.q.roll a .... ) State
not only is helping thos parents who t. tilt wrap" """ J.J
have taken their children but that we 'r, n: Slat
may in fact, be preventiong future % =.:t YE
kidnappings," he said. "I would fully + .r : If5; I III/ rroroaar

expect that our direction would be ..f" Y 8 FOOT ..? ... 'rr c' ...' }.'"
adjusted to reflect this unusual circumstance ... .5. .4I. i6- "'IY.
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Florida could provide us with a firm ( "" t? -;..1.. .*' ... ..,'.:. 3.33 :: I PK. ts I C

footing to expand the program national 6 FT. CHRISTMAS TREE '. .; .1.50 ::: QT..t''t" .

The date collected by the Institutefor .......! .. .. .' 183me DIAPERS 1.09. Blend
Mediation and Conflict REsolution '. EASY TO ASSEMBLE r''r \. Reg 9.99. Assorted Reg.10W30. Limit 5.
a York City based non-profit TEXACO. sizes'
agency working with Child Find,will +?
form the informational backcone to
determine whether to expand the

program, McCagg said. "Think of Price Good At All Family Dollar Store .
t..we! are preventing possible"kid Through This W*.knd. Quntlll Limited 309 S. Walnut Street StarkeOn
naPpings..it's! very exciting, he Some ll.m*. No Sale To O.II.re.

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makes dlesel/gos for cars & truck, IN CITY: $6,000. Call 964-5764-; after USED ELECTRICAL APPLIANCESworkingnon Fcnulllegar'REALTY
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p.m. 11/20ltpd 1,720 sq. ft. CH/A w/attlc fan, 3 or 4 with old house for sale same. In my shop. 4962090. 12/11
12/11 .
BR, 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen on property $4500 I
DODGE RAMPAGE 24,000 mil**, AT, 904-4663489.il/20tfnchg SCHOOLSSEMI
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central air & heat living room with frontage The friendship of those Is
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good tires, some rust,
stereo runs. ''
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Excellent shape $975. 12/11 Itpd cozy or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw
great room. CH/A office, 4 years old, Clot to Crosby Lake Public Landing.
1981 DODGE RAM 150 TRUCK, 57,000miles DOUBLEWIDE. 3 BR, 2 BA, for sale.Payments .
stucco on 1 acre. 55th Circle N.E. off CORNER OF Call 8 Thomp.son I 'SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ae. plus 700 ft. bldq..4
3 speed with overdrive. $2,450. about $225.
Hwy 301. Asking 65000. All terms Streets: 2 story masonry building. No down payment .. :. .. .. ,
9648358. Clean 12/4 12/11. free
2tchg Call Rembert Arnold, Island Realty; Clyde W. Simpson 356-6849. 4/10TF credit needed.delivery A set-up. Just good spaces rented $200 a month. Trailer sales space rents for'
Inc. (Jax.) 223-5211. 12/11 2tchg 12/18 2 RETAIL SPACES FOR LEASE. 1,250 S Doublewide HomeCenter $1,000 a month.
MOTORCYCLESMOTOR KINGSLEY LAKE AREA partially furnished 2,750 sq. ft. Hwy 301 S. 964-8848.11/20 Lawley FL 782.3333 11/6
2 BR, 1 BA house, $25,000. Call tfnchg tfnchg AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange &
473-7941. 122tpd 12/18 12 X 60 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE HOME. 2 Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba., CH&A LR, DR, family room & patio.
SCOOTER 1985 Honda '
Spree BR, 1 /i BA, central heat window AC
elec. start. Excellent condition. $300. LOSTFOUNDREWARD nice shaded city lot with pecan trees, ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100'x

9645331. 12/11 3tpd 12/24 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES fenced backyard. 964-7238. 12/11 2tpd 192' lot, 2 utility sheds, pump, well and septic tank. Trimmedout

1981 YAMAHA XT500. street or dirt bike. for Information on of 12/18 In lovely banana bushes, $17,000.
Very good condition. $650. 964.8210. DOUBLEWIDE 3 BR, 2 BA for ..ale.poym.ni. ,
2 revolvers stolen from my home on or RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom, 65' x 130' lot. 10000.
12/11 tin about $225, $500 down .
YAMAHA 200 3 wheeler around the first of last week Purchase pay.mentfree EASY TO ENJOY Brick, 3BR, I'/.BA, CH/A, large family
1982 very $9.99/$13.BB SHOE STORE I Open your price will be refunded to buyer In delivery 8 set-up. Just good |
good shape and very fast. $750. own shoe store in the Starke area for name of seller, S ft W K22 exchange 6 credit needed. Olln's Mobile Home room with fireplace, formal living & dining room, utility room

485-1231. alter. 6 .p.m. 12/11 Itpd Total merchandise Investment from on. Inch blue, black roger grips 22 cal. Center Starke Fl 964-5606. 12/11 Access to beautiful Crystal Lake. See to appreciate.
--- ly $4950 to $7950. No franchise tfnchg
front fees. Contact Mr. Goodwin or up Ruger security six 357 mog blue 2 3/4 FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage, i
REAL ESTATE in barrel:: Contact J. Crissman 964-8429
9047336899. 11/204tpd 12/11 home, Tackle.Box or City Police 12/4 PERSONALS drive-In boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby
OUT OF AREA 2tod 12/11 Lake Inlet. CH&A, $39,995.

Classified Ads LONELY Need a date? Write Datetlme, ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS New 3 BR, 1 '/ BA brick home,
GEORGIA MOUNTAIN PROPERTY. Free BOATS 700 E. Llndsey, Suite 158, Norman kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE.
color brochure on our mountain Get Results Oklahoma 73069. 11/264tchg 12/18
property listings. Call many 1-800-554-3232 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p .A JOY TO LIVE IN Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A. 3 BR. 2 BA,

or write: Jenkins Realty Group Inc. Mercury and trailer $1800. Dale spacious with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
P.O. Box 734, Blairsville; GA 30512 Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tin skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. $44,000.
lean 86.410
UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-

: Accelerated Realty Inc. Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500.
$cdJ ) $ JC'JOC'sOC70o0oOC X Q4 ii GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with

FAULKNER "i REALTY INC. Phone : 964-4544 approx. 1,456 sq. ft. SE 34th Ave. 50500.

i prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10%
Located Hwy 301.2 Blks S of SR 100
1520 S. Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Starke Florida for ,10 years).
221 W. Lafayette Street THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon
Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront
Farms CommercialNo doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, $35,000. Gread Getaway.

I 964-5069 w. I ISusan Charge to List Your Property for Sale IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100

Call and discuss It with us. East) 2.7 ac., 5 BR, 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4

acre fish pond with fish I HAVE to reel
COUNTRY LIVING CLOSE TO CITY Lovely brick home, 4 BR, 2 BA, family
HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick, colonial
room w/flreplace, CH&A, Central vacuum workshop, all on 10.9 acres,
M. Faulkner, GRI CRB partially fenced. home off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq.

PRESIDENT NEW COUNTRY HOME Beautiful, two-story cedar home with CH&A, 3 BR, 2 ft10.09 acres-many amenities.

REALTOR ASSOCIATES EVENINGS BA, 2.200: .q. ft, living area 1,200 sq. ft. covered porch great design. SO CLOSEI I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, I1/ bath, $45,000.
VALUES SELDOM EQUALED Beautiful brick home on 1 acre. 5 BR, 2 BA living 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.
Irene L. Faulkner 964-5142
room with fireplace dining room large eat-In kitchen with sndck bar,
Lucille Spry 964-8420 lots of kitchen cabinets, Inside utility room, enclosed garage. Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.

AO Marty Russell 473-7694 TODAY'S BUY TOMORROW'S SECURITY Super CB home on 5 acres, 3 BR. INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially

:ro Bobby Biggs 964.7331 2 BA, great room with fireplace, dining area central vacuum and stereo subdivided, highway frontage, close to school, $1,000 per
Durden 964.7358 workshop with two open shelters, fishpond 74900. acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dreamt 00 ". '
Mary COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST Brick home on 5 fenced acres, 3 BR. 2 BA
'.. ,,
family room with fireplace, large eat-In kitchen, utility loom 58000. ,1 I" '?
301 SOUTH Business building & large CB homeon FOR THE SMART BUYER Lovely CB home on 3 acres, 2 BR. 2 BA breakfastroom NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development. < -

7 Will sell large living.dining combo great for entertaining. SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. 12000.
acres. inventory seperate. OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL Frame home, 3 BR 1 BA, screened porch, all WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre 15000.
FRAME HOME ON 2 ACRES with ro 28.7 land timber, livestock ,
near Lawtey, on acres good good water system to pens PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
machinery storage building, fenced, $74,750.
storage buildings. FRIENDLY LITTLE HOME Frame home, 4 BR, 2 BA large living room on 1 SMALL CB STRUCTURE-NIne acres, 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.
SMALL HOME IN LAKE BUTLER Good Invest- acre with large shade trees, 27900. FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club 90000.

B ment. BROOKER AREA Neat and clean mobile home on 2 lots, 2 BR, 2 BA, i 1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East 7700.

4 BR 2'/ BA frame home with CH/A and fenced screened porch, storage building, $25,000. CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000. -
FOR THE THRIFTY Mobile Home on Hwy 16E, 3 BR. 2 BA CHSA well & septic
yard. 35000. KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x130' $2,750 ea.

LOTS AVAILABLE in Golfview Subdivision 10 ACRES In South Clay County Residential-Agriculture, $17,900. .15 ACRES HWY I8-$33,000. One mile off 301. .
Owner finance. 105.2 BEAUTIFUL ACRES In NE Alachua County. Priced to sell.
OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.
10 ACRES in Bradford County, 13th Street, N.E.
85 ACRES less than $1,200 per acre, paved road 20 ACRES In NW Bradford County, very good water RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, 4500.

frontage. 14.05 ACRES SW Bradford County with pecan trees and 2 wells. LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story, 1 acre.

several 4.55 ACRES and 2.16 acres, near Graham zoned for mobile home. | NEAR PRISON 8 acres, $20,000.
22 ACRES-fenced scat-
i some pasture, LAKE LOTS Sampson Lake and Crosby Lake, Owner financing.
tered oak & pine with a few pecan trees, approx. CITY LOTS located on Hwy. 16 W. only 2 blocks from 301. After Hours
CITY BLOCKS 8 blocks in NE Section I Pauline Randolph 964.6323
500'on paved road.
CITY BLOCKS Two and one.half blocks. Randy 475-2597
INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY (pullet farm), LOT NEAR ALTO LAKE Zoned for mobile home. Cory
mobile home all this 36 HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage. Anne Terwillegar Nelson A737541SiiSON'S
t' with nice home & on acres.
HWY 301 SOUTH 4.5 acres with approx. 208 ft. frontage.
1 ACRE with well & driveway, house or mobile COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx. 15,000 sq. ft. floor space. Priced to sell

home. RENTAL PROPERTY House for rent 3 BR, 2 BA.FREE .

OVER 2,800 SQ. FT. office space or retail call tIlJ ro

for details. I .- NOTARY SERVICES-;; [[[ UEET1NSJ)]

3 BR, 2 BA frame, nice lot, large screen porch, PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I III I !I

carport -
.....964-6593 Novls Ward..964.7454John
Wayne Douglas
t ONLY $32,000. 3 BR, 1 BA, CHI A, fenced yard, I Greene.........533-2121 Bill Dodd..............964-7408 David Lawson Paint & Body Shop

close to school. Irving Clark..........964-7188 Cindy Kurlmay......964-7408 '
THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME HAS EVERYTHING. 3 BR, I Tom B.m.nt..964-6439 Don Hood..468.1905 Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

2 BA, brick veneer. 1 James Dilts...........964-8629 Patsy Lawson..964.6927 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133nx

CUSTOM DOUBLEWIDE with built-on's, //A AtfAVAiW.A A & -

workshop, garage, pool. Hwy 16 W. --Ser
1 ACRE, CASH $3,500-Terms $3,900. Hwy. 100 E. ro

I 2a: ACREs, Close to Northside Baptist Church. AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will *COUNTRY HOME you've dreamed of I
love the privacy this home offers. 4/3, owning. It has everything! 4/2 over )
Rood 225. 2,100 sq. ft. plus an extra large garage. 2,000 sq. ft. Price just reduced $2,000.

4 BR, 2 BA, REDUCED TO $39,000 Brownlee Rd. Many acres Brand outstanding New Carpet.features on 1.76 *OWNER FINANCED Country Club I

WALNUT ST. 2 story home, living area plus 2 OUTLAW ..... .,... *LARGE HOME-In city on opprox. ,9 area, building lots on Bessent Road 8 |

apartments or put back into original home, Ig. lot DAVID r : IDODGE; MSADesljjnaled KAY C. WATERS acre. 4/2.CHSA, 1900 plus sq. ft. assum. Flume Rd.
with wrap-around porches. Priced at $49,900. Call Appraiser' '-rpe ?9S494t: mtg. *MINI FARM Between Starke and Lake I
9644522 R sv984370; : : ; lAlTy:KAY EIDER LOCATION LOCATION Walk to Butler 4/2, CHSA on 8 acs. Extras: large I
I I for a showing. OPAtDICKSOnfRes.; Ites. 9S4-5SS* everything. Neat as a pin and manicured CB bldg. 8 large pole barn'

LOVELY HOME 4 BR, 2 BA, formal living & din- STARKE. FL. 964-7333 SUZANNE KITCHENS yard. 2 Br. LIVING .
ing, double carport, chain link fence. Next to school. Huge fenced yard. 3 Br., Many many ammenitles In this 3 BR, 2 I

INVESTMENT PROPERTY Financing available 1 'OMB Mot ,;ir>ri frfc Res. 9S4-SI4V 10 t U YOUNG sunken family room w/flreplace. Lg. BA brick home, approx. 1776 sq. ft of I
; :30' ,m. I* 5:30: ir.mi: Res, 9S4-.7525 screened porch on back. CH/A side by luxurious living.
house and 6 furnished apartments. side refrlg., trash compactor.
2 STORY, 4 BR home In town 34500. Immaculate. Priced $61,000... PRICE REDUCED to $22,500. 2/2 MH on|
EXCELLENT BUY .r7.500.. 3/1.I w/car. 1 acre Many extras
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME ON 1 ACRE. Great port. Best area. HURRY'I'!' .

location for prison employee. .INVESTORS Plnesong S/D. Paved PERFECT IN-LAW, HOUSING or 2lamlll.s. BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILT HOME-
.KEYSTONE AREA. 5 Acre-tract road through property. Owner financ 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. Architect de.lgn.d.Brlck 4/4. 3,200 plusof I
I $18,000 1 acre with 3 BR mobile home. reduced from $15,000 to 12500. ing. Separate living but close enough to luxurious living with many amenities. I

ONLY 2 LOTS AVAILABLE joining Golf Course. keep a check on each other; North 'of From 2 to 60 acres OWNER FINANCED I
SOUTH OP STARKE 2 corners at US '
WE HAVE LAND Some with well Starke.
Frontage on Hwy. 230. 8 septic tank Building lots, 301 8 SR 18. 2 Money Makers" *PRICE REDUCED 3 BR brick home on KEYSTONI AREA Mobile home with

COMMERCIAL FRONTAGE ON HWY 301 In- acreage from 1 acre and up. Some 3.64 acres, newly renovated kitchen lake access. Immaculate. $23,900 (Central -
with owner financing. CH8A paneled walls, picture window A)
cludes nice bldg. with over 1 acre. BUILDING with plenty of parking and house Is nestled amid 8 pecan trees. *CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS A large I

2 LOTS IN TOWN priced to sell positive cash flow. Located In the busiest Owner Is ready for an offer. gracious brick home |lust minutes from I
*EI.unVI LIVINU on stocked lake, section of Starke. Starke and Keystone Heights. Shown by I
MODERN frame & brick 2 BR, 1 BA,
( '
large swimming pool large lot on paved *ENERGY SFF. "A" FRAME 4 BR. 2 appointment.
CH/A, kitchen equipped, nice carport & garage (street with sidewalk. Brick home with WELL ESTABLISHED from commercial Bank. Bath 2 fireplaces, CH&A, pool f.mony. HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2. CHSA I
D REDUCED. lover 2.200 sq. ft. 3 BR 2 BA, large enter- Price building has across been drastically Community REDUCED to extras on 2 acres. Only $57,000. above ground pool. Dbl garage A 20 X
taming area. Many other amenities. drew h ji' 25 upstairs loom to be completed to
) I *CLOSE TO PRISONS 2 BR, 1 BA on 1 move property.FOR 10 ACRES wltfldWWIeMvide.! Excellent have your own private BR suite. All this
( 12 32 utility bldg. Priced to sell only 66000.
PERFECTIONISTS This home offers condition. j q Jjr "10IOAt"3"VV.
FOR RENT I 29900. .,
1 *WEST OF LAWTEY .C.B., 3 BR. :3 BA on so much for so little A proven floor *NEAT AS A I PIN 2 BI'I.o' It 80., In Stark.. ,COMPLETELY REMODELED frame I
3 BR 2 BA HOME fenced back convenient :2
yard, 12 acres. Call for appointment. plan. 3/2'A, Lg. family room. car car home, excellent condition on 1 V4 acre. [
Priced for quick sale, $24,500.
I I location Ask for Mary. 1 *COMMERCIAL BLDG. Many uses 138N. port. Immaculately. Excellent location.maintained home 8grounds. New carpet throughout. 3_ telling lone_.

Water St. 25000.
We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties

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CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTSi needed HONDA CB 200. excellent condition
at Whispering Pin. Car. Ctr. LPN' $400 obo. 4732566. 12/11 2tchg 12/18 MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK LAKI GENEVA RENTALS Weekly monthly CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted RAT Buy sell and trod. collectible

A RN'.. Call Elaine Slocum 9646220. TRACTORS FOR SALE OR TRADE of equal Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. efficiency apartments, 1 or 2 BR, to the Lake Region Monitor office Items and antiques. Used furniture,

EOE. 12/STF value I Super A-V Farmall with some Recreational vehicles welcome Phone call 4732919. 12/4 tfnchg In writing and paid In advance glassware, jewelry and much more.

REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks, equip 2-H tractors Can be teen 210 N. 9647498. 9/16 tin MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 per unless credit Is already establishedwith Come see for yourself. One mile east

Call 17554040. N. Flo. (Real Estate Col- St. Claire St. Contact J.O. Eunice, NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 month Partially furnished. Keystone this office.MONITOR of Keystone Heights' on Highway 100.
lege. 7/3TFN 9648230. 12/11 2tchg 12/18 BA apt For more Information call Lake area 4732026. 12/4 tfnchg STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 4732183. 12/4 tfnchg

CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Great Incom. ol.n- WASHERS. $125 dryer $75; S/S Butler Apt*. 4963141. Equal Opportunity LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN

tial. All occupation. For Info call: ((312)) refrlg.-freezer $175; combo stove- Housing 6/7 tfnchg Retired or handyman caretaker couple CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
742.8620.xt. 362. 11/20 4tpd 12/11 slnk-refrlg., $100; dinette & 4 choirs, ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 preferred.$200 to$275 mo.473.7269 or THE TELEPHONE. CARS, TRUCKS

EXCELLENT INCOME for port-tim. home $50; never-used king-size bed $200; per night. From $35 per week. Discount 376.7749 or 3788622. 12/4 tfnchg Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto & BOATS
offered 'for longer term. Apply In per HOUSE FOR RENT on beautiful Sliver Thursday publication.
assembly work. For Info call dresser $60; desk $25; pine coffee A
504-641-8003 Ext. 9579. 11/26 4tpd end table, $50; super-single water-bet, son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across Lake 2 BR, CH/A, pool table, on 1 acre Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50
12/18 $60; white french provincial bedroomsuite from Post Office TF lot. $375 month 904-247-1604.( 12/4 then 15 cents for each word thereafter 1910 OLDSMOBILE MEGA 4 door sedan

CONSIDER $75. APARTMENTS FOR RENT Newly tfnchg 40.000 miles Clean and beautiful con
SELLING INSURANCE Life of 9644157. 12/11 I Itpd
Georgia has full portfolio of product. PRICE WAR 11 I Slashed 50%lOur best decorated everything furnished. Laundry FOR LEASE 1.2. bedroom energy efficient PERSONAL SERVICES dition. $3495. Call 4732016. Itpd 12/11
large facilities Included. Video room apartment. 475.1048 or 19(1 TOYOTA COROLLA SR5 lift back
Experience helpful not flashing arrow sign $2891
Ov.r 21, w. will train. Excellent necessary. Lighted non-arrow $2791 Unlighted\ available. Will accept one child no 475.2052 between 7 m.-lO, p.m. 12/4 five speed AC stereo cloth Interior

II' For Interview call 372.3686.12/4 2tchg pay. $2391 Free letters! See locally Call today pets Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. tfnchg PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile clean. $2375. 4737618.
12/11 Factory: 1 ((800)) 4230163. fcan ., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free 1979 FORD LTD II AT PS PB AC

POSITONi SECONDARY MIGRANT AD 86.414 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS house, fireplace, AC screened picnic estimates Call Rob 4733590. 12/4 AM/FM stereo. Good condition. $1295or
AVAILABLE for as little as $50 per house $395/mo. $200/dep. tfnchg best offer. 4733954. Itpd 12/11
VOCATE/10 month position. SALARY HAND MADE BELTS extra sites to S*: week or $200 per month which includes 9042497884. 4tpd I2/U-3I LAWN MOWING Trimming edging.

Bated on qualification. GENERAL See at Waldo Farmers & Flea Market. all utilities and no deposits Call RENT OR SALE 2 BR Mobil. home In Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free

RESPONSIBILITIES Promote an Bldg. D, Booth 38. 11/13 7tchg 12/25 964-5139 or 9648173 or drop by 314 N.Temple Clay County. Central H/AC. 4751269. Estimates. 12/4 tfnchg
awareness of the special educational LIKE NEW CURRIER PIANO $700. Also ENGINES, factory remanufactured.
Avenue apartment number six, Ark for Jackie 6592269. 2tchg FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .
need of Migrant students among 1983 200 Yamaha 3 wheeler $400. Call makes diesel/gas for cars ft trucks.
next to the Tenneco Station downtown 12/11.18 House out of' level? Call LaRue Leveling
school and community based person 9644290. 12/4 2tpd 12/11 Starke. 11/6 Warranted. 10% over factory invoice
nel. Assist In coordinating all facets of FIREWOOD Seasoned oak quick tfnchg 2 BR, 1 BA, clean mobile home. $225 per Service, for all your foundation 4962411. p.m. 4733693. 11/20 4tpd
SMALL TRAILER within city limits, 1 or 2 repairs. 4737721. 12/4 tfnchg
the Migrant program. Work flexible and references $80 cord. Call month. 473.256612/11 2tchg 12/18 12/11
adults only. No pets, please. 9648484. IN COOPERATION with the new addressing
schedule hour week which
((40 ) permits
4734512. 12/4 2tchg 12/11 11/13 tfnchg
ham visits, etc., b.yond the r.gular FOR SALE Two 24" 10 speed Sears MOBILE HOMES FOR SALJ" policy for Cloy County for
12 X 65 MH 3 BR, 2 BA $250 per month. new mall box name plates and house
:00-4t30 LOCATION Central Office YARD SALES
day. : bikes, both for $100. 485.1231 after 6 9644238. 11/20 tfnchg number send check
or to
In Ilv.-Oak-Must b. a resident of 12/11 Itpd 12 X 60.2 BR. 1 BA, front kitchen money
p.m. ON KINGSLEY LAKE small cottage, couple Clean Hodges Engraving &Trophies, Rt. 1 Box
Suwannee, Hamilton Bradford Columbia SATURDAY, DEC. 13 from 9-? Paradise
excellent with children $400 and
HORSE ; only. No pets Available to June 1. new carpet con top. Blocks and 387 Keystone Heights, FL 32656. $5.50
or Madison Counties. Quarter horse, very fast. $600. Call 5332366. 11/26 tfnchg anchors included $3500. 4737618. for house number or mall box olate. Ridge off Pecan St. Rain cancels Itchg
QUALIFICATIONS Must have at least 485.1231 after 6 12/11 Itpd Itpd 12/11 12/11
p.m. 1 BR FURNISHED mobile home on small FURNITURE & ANTIQUE Reflnlshing.
four ((4)) years coll.g. training or 1974 FAN LEE LINER TRAVEL TRAILER quiet lake in Keystone area. $200 Hand rubbed oil finish. Call Jac FRIDAY & SATURDAY Dec 12 & 13 at

equivalent combination of education Fully .self-contained air & heat. Good month $150 sec dep. MUST see to appreciate. HELP WANTED 473-2521.12/4 HnchgVISAMASTERCARD 420 Lawrence Blvd. from 9-? Itpd 12/11

and experience. SPECIAL QUALIFICATION condition $2200. After 6 p.m. Adults only. No pets. Get Your Card TO. GARAGE SALE Saturday 95. Toys,

Must own or have access to ..nautomobll. 964.6805.12/11 Itpd 473-9031 after 6 p.m. weekdays. CHURCH SECRETARY Typing word processing DAY! Also New Credit Card NO ONE bikes, furniture. etc. Hwy 21 to Spring
.. A Florida drivers' license 2 TWIN BEDS with bamboo head boards, Anytime weekends. 12/4 2tpd 12/11 bookkeeping. 40 hours Call REFUSEDI! Call 1-518-459-3546 Ext. lake Rd 1 mile to lost mail box on

and vehicle Insurance. SEND RESUMEby complete, $25 each. 2 pro gold drapes, LARGE THREE BEDROOM HOUSE for rent Andy at 4737261. Itchg 12/11 C3339A. 24 hours. 3tpd 12/11-188 1/8 right before 352. Itchg 12/11
Dec. 22, 2986 to SUWANNEE RIVER lined 72"x84" 125"x84", $15 for both. In Starke. Air central heta fireplace, YARD SALE 4 HP Johnson and 10 HP

ECONOMIC COUNCIL INC. P.O. Box 9645774. 12/11 Itchg greenhouse, $350. 17267651. 12/4 FOR SALEARTIFICIAL HOUSES FOR SALE Evlnrude In good condition and many
70, Live Oak. Florida 32060. "AN HOT POINT DISHWASHER. $125. 6golden 2tpd 12/11 more Items Immokalee and AndrewRd.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER". bar stools, $60. Ask for Judy Sat. 13. Itpd 12/11
apts. now
GARAGE SALE 11.c.12 8 13. Park of the
12/11 2tchg 12/18
9648995. 12/11
Itpd available. Call 9.5 Mon Frl, 9646312.
with stand. Good condition 4733701. house, one block from schools,
Palms Hebron Ave
OVERSEAS JOBS $20.000 to $60,000 plus DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING 'TWILMA'S 12/11 1 Itchg on Keystone
Itpd 1211FIREWOOD $58,000. Make offer C.B. Isaac
Realty Heights. All household items I
bonus. Job offers guaranteed. FREE In. VARIETY STORE. We have must gal
3 BR, 1 BA MOBILE HOME: $260 month
...o.on.aoak. 4752199. 12/11
formation. Doycorp. Box 697IGS.Pocat.llo. for all Boys and girl's. We quick tfnchg Bedroom living room & dining room
toys ages. 964-5251, First & last month's rent.
delivery and references $80 cord. Call LAKE SERENA HOME Melrose 2
area. furniture garden tools, kitchen items,
Idaho 83201. (can 86413WANTEDi now have GPX Model 860 AM/FM 12/11 tfnrw
4734512. 12/4 21chg 12/11 BR, 2 BA CH/A carpeted large lot. washer refrigerator and
Musicians for country and stereo cassette recorders on sale more.
reg. 1 BR APT., first floor stove & refrlg. No 272-4942 Park
southern "house" band Earl's 'lounge, $64.95 on sale now for$44.95. We also pets. $135 per month. 964-8493. Orange Itpd 12/11 4737028. Itpd 12/11

old 90 Highway Llv. Oak Auditions have bikes and tricycles. We or. 12/lltfn

5.8 Mon. Frl. 12/11 2tchg 12/18 located right at the Bradford and Union IN WALDO 14x60 mobile home, unfurnished "Beautify Your FOR SALE

MANAGER ASSISTANT MANAGER top county line on SR 100 opprox. 3 miles CH/A, stove & refrlg. 2 BR, 1 Home"

salary for qualified persons. Bonus, from Lake Butler' PH. 9044962549. BA, $220 per month. 1st & last 8 $100 Cut Brick Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work
Sidingor ,
paid vacation medical & other company Come do all your Christmas Shoppingwith sec dep. No pets. 4681509. 12/112tpd
benefits. Call for Interview at us (and save). Come see us. 12/11 I 12/18 Cut Stone Backhoe, Bulldozer

468-2804. 12/11 4tchg 1/1 Itpd 2 BR DUPLEX unfurnished call after 5. Vinyl SidingAluminum
HAIR STYLIST NEEDED: Hairplanes, Inc. LADIES BICYCLE good condition. $12. 9648566. 12/11 Itpd /*"" 964-6182-964-5823

9644645. 12/11 3tchg 12/25 9646362. 12/11 Itchg FOR RENT 2 Bedroom house, well Siding

GOVERNMENT JOBS, $16,040 CLEAN 3 PC. SEC. SOFA with matching located, best suited for couple or CallHomes '

59230yr. Now hiring. Call chair $115. Carpet, nice bar with matching single. Call 9647872. 12/11 Itpd Beautiful Tim's Custom Cabinets : 11
1.805.687.6000 Ext. R.5504 for current stools. All priced to sell. See at 2 BR, MOBILE HOME: No small childrenor L.L.

fed.ralll.t. 12/11 8tpd 2/5 Vic's Used Furniture, 1209 N. Temple inside pets $100 dep. $200 mon 964-6766 I Now Construction Remodeling =
THE CITY OF STARKE Is now accepting 9646546. 12/11 Itpd
thly. 782.3233 or 7823363. 12/11 Ifchg
applications for the position of FISHING BOAT 14ft. Cacclcra boat 3 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR, 1 BA, Crosby Lake 24 hrs. -- Financing "t? *,Cabinets, *Tile Ceilings"' faR

firefighter. Minimum standards op. seats, live well needs repairs, 18 hp with access to lake, screened porch Free Estimates

pllcanti preferred. Must be 18 yrs. and Evlnrude motor. Runs good. Has clamp- $250 per month $200 dep. 7642089. Call Tim Thompson _
high school graduate or equiv. Apply on 20 speed Wizard trolling motor. All 12/11 IIpdRENTALS

Stork.City Hall Office of Merrell Dees for $550. 964.8450 alter 5 p.m. 12/11 AVAILABLE $ISO per month 964-4380 Shop 964.6238 Eves TFI

Personnel Director 12/11 Itchg and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker
LIVE-IN COUPLE TO DO FARM WORK YARD SALES Owner at 964-5069 or 964.4048 TF BROADWAY & WALTERS "****+*****>************ir*+******************+*Mnr

housework Must have chauffers CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent On '

license. Must have experience. Nonsmokers GARAGE SALE: 430 Center St. 9-5 Thu..., Highway 16 W. Close to prison TREE SERVICE CYPRESS MULCH

I only. 4682305. 12/11 Itpd Fri., Sat. Something fr everyone 964.7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg *
ROUTE SALES Lance, Inc., has on open- 12/11 ItchgGARAGE FURNISHED efficiencies and mobile Removal i

f-Ing In the Starke area. 5 day week SALE Frl., 9.4; Sat. 912.Mlpn1sUChristmas 'homes Inside city, weekly & monthly Trimming PINE BARK

...- paid vacation- freeheUpTral profit shoring'''S,,fWc'f.retireCJJment r1- ta.) arrangem.ntehaew.\ ''.....JO LU Motel & MH Park.94.8810.6/5; Removal : J i
1 plan > TF Stump
dolls, homemade pickles,
.employees" dependents'' InCluding 2 compressors, Klngsley lake. 16A *3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Klngsley lake. Firewood w You pick-up or We Deliver :
Medical Benefits and free life in-
Molar| 12/11 Itchg Long Pier, AC Call 94.6491.9/25 TFN

surance. The person we select must be HUGE CARPORT SALE) Saturday only. 2 BR MH furnished $190 per month Free Estimate Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery :
ambitious and to work hard. Be ,
willing 1210 Searing St. 2 blocks east of $150 deposit. No children or pets. Call
Interested In a good solid future In the hospital. 8:00 a.m. until ? Household 468-1323 leave message. 10/30 tfnchg 473.7097.473.7679 Cypress Lumber. :

I 51 ark.area Telephone for an appointment items, Christmas Home Interior, UNFURNISHED HOUSE IN COUNTRY I or i 0

and Interview after 5:00: p.m. clothes, toys, books, stuffed animals 2 BR with remodeled kitchen carpet After 5 P.M. 964-6649 :
Dec 11.964-8158. ask for Lorry Click. and window air, religerator S stove
and 12/11
Lance Inc., is an equal opportunity 6 FAMILY bedspreads.YARD SALE: Fri.Itpd S Sat from 9. for Info call 9648602. JM Keystone Heights I ................................................J

employer. 12/11 ItpdFOR 4 1025 W. Madison St. Appliances, 2 BR UNFURNISHED HOUSE IN LAKE ",'ln Licensed & Insured

radios, Plymouth Horizon, shelled BUTLER near Middle School. Big yard,

SALE pecans truck topper children's clothes reasonable rent call 9648602. JM BRASINGTON

& toys, other clothing sewing ON KINGSLEY LAKE 3 BR mobile home,

MUSICAL! INSTRUMENTS: As low as machines, some furniture, coats, sterling Hoot & AC. year lease, no pets, adults CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE. INC.
5332366. 12/4
tfn jewelry books, ornaments, other only. TFN NAVAL AIR RESERVE ,
month. Call 9646946.
$14.99 per RENTALS AVAILABLE: 2/1 apt., $175
misc. Items Itpd
CHEVY..4x4 PARTSt ton, anything you 4 FAMILY GARAGE SALE Sat. 9-4 very clean; 1/1 apt, $235 Includes HELP WANTED Where Quality is Still Important"James rh
need Axles, front or rear, auto OPENINGS AVAILABLEfor
household clothes, jewelry & utilities at the Cove; 1/1 apt., $165 (
transm.., transfer cases, 2 different, !)
bolts misc. 512 N. Water. 12/11 Itpd fresh paint; 1 effec. $140 per month; prior service military per ,
lift block. U
spring big tp
types; BradyCadillac
Call 964-5812. TFce YARD SALE: Sot. 86. Toys, clothes, misc. 1/1 I. $165. Tiffin & Owens, Inc., Property sonnel in the Naval Air
409 Jackson St. 12/11 Itpd Managers, 9645065. 12/11 Itchg
PLATES Aluminum. Mfamabfa
NEWSPAPER : Reserve Program in Jax FL.
each. YARD SALE: Fri. Sat., Dec. Representative"
24x36", 25 Great
Measures SPACE: from 600 ft. to 1,600 ft. 6 Ground & flight crew positions
233 (Morgan Rd.) turn left go 2 miles sq. sq.
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH 2001 N.W. 13th St.
NW 37th St. Turn left. Pony pigs, month lease available. Very competitive available In control,

ROLLS 135 W.OF Call HAY St.: $2S-$20.964-6305.All hay under dishes, ref., boys size 6-14 girls 0.24 9645065.rent.12/11 Tiffin Itchg S Owens Realtors. transport, helicopter and at. Gainesville, FL 32601 Bus. ((904)) 378-5301 i

Side of 16 mos. Fur coat books, skates, shoes
larg. barn on west ( Hwy roll-a-bed A-coil record player VW ATTENTION RENTAL OWNERS: We have tack squadrons. Call TOLL
about 7 miles north of Starke toward
tow bar bikes, lots of miscellaneous. a waiting list of eager renters. Call us FREE 1800521.1316 for more
Order hay and leave it
pclson. your
964-5065.. Put us to work for you. Tif
9645306. 12/11 I Itpd information.
under born until need it. 11/13'''hg;12'25
my you Ar YARD SALE Fri. & Sat., Christmas, fin & Owens, Property Managers, Fred Stafford f
Delivery available at extra charge.
planters, lamps, misc. Items, 601 S. 964-5065. 12/11 Itchg
thur Gaskins 782-3727 or 9646167.
2 BR MOBILE HOME furnished unfur
Westmoreland St. 12/11 Itpd or
10/30 tfnchg nished. $190 per month; $100 deposit ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORResidential
cards baseball
roll at farm. YARD SALE: Collectible ,444- DW 1/2 in town,
HAY: ALICIA $25 per on ac. Lawtey
964-8704 after 5
football and clothes 1316 W. MadisonSt. p.m. Commercial
miles of nice .
Delivery available. 7 west area $18,000.1434..Mol.l.

Stark. on Rd. 16. Jimmy Gaskins. YARD. Sat.SALE, Dec.Antiques 13. 12/11, tools Itpd household MOBILE Anytime HOME Sot or 2 Sun.BR,12/11 nice Itchg condition opts., res.. 9 ac., grea'investment Bradford County

964-8356. 11/13 tfnchg )
much Saturdays, 8 am large private lot on Griffis Loop.
5 HP KAWASAKI GO-CART like new clothing more. 1439-Offlce complex, commercial MOBILE HOME SPECIAL
til ?? Parking lot of Crosley Corporation. 468.2374 after 6 p.m.12/11 2tchg 12/18
$390. 964-8843 or 4733627. 11/20 building, 10 city lots Fran's US 301,
tfnchg 7 ml. South on Hwy 301 12/11 inside city limits. 200 AMP Service, pole &

BUSH HOG MOWER: 3 point hitch mows Itpd *
We have
and many listings see iur Hookup $375.00
SALE Four families New
full 6 foot strip heavy duty class A .
Mildred Grif- used Items. Sat., Dec. 13 8 til 2. St. Rd. BRADFORD farmettes, wa'erfronlage Comuier" New construction rewiring
condition can be seen at LIMEROCK SALES -
and I
cial good bargain buys
706 Gene
16W. Green Acres.
fis. Griff Loop. Rt. 3, Box 1526 call 12/11 Itpd Ph. 7823172Mon. thru Sat repairs
Jerome Grlffis at 356.0044 or 9645409.
11/263tpd 12/11 BIG YARD SALE baby Items, antique Fill Sand Drainfield Rock Lorraine Champion Broker i

I NEW FURNITURE FOR CHRISTMAS) SeeIn radios, clothing mist Items '/ mileon Top Soil 'STROUT REALTY .485-1952

I horn.at Doublewlde Home Center inLawtey 225 off 16 W. Look for signs. 12/11 I ..........u ur
White Sand Ponds
for .
I Itchg Ira
will like the furniture
maybe '
you models much FIVE FAMILY YARD SALE Friday. Linens, '. +:btti'.fy' 964H71 964.8830 24
display In our so lit. :;, hrs.
you will want to purchase a n.w family clothing furniture, ,, 473-3W4.. normal site & conditions
goodies galore. South 301, corner Hwy.
and have
mobile home a very Merry
227. 12/11 Itpd : 838 N. TEMPLE ...
Christmas. Come by and see us. 12/4
YARD SALE Gene Norman's custom
Stehg 12/18 1 : IA11i tR Li'Y!
wood work shelves, tables, -'
Wanted responsibleparty
PIANO FOR SALE: : bookcases, hutches, cabinets, etc. 4 I ___ __ __ b_ __ __ ____ __ _H __ .. __ __ _ _
to take over small monthlypayments 441 W. Madison fTC ---tpgf l. 3 3SJQtttQf QCJQiIXI'' flQ lIX3 CXli tf
mi. west of Lawtey on 225. Sat Dec.
be locally.on spinet-console Write (Include piano.your 13,9 tll 5. 12/11 Itchg Starke, FL 32091 ......0.. I t -
phone numbers) Credit Manager P.O. BROCHURES PAMPHLETS
Box 8547 Ft. Myers, FL. 33908. 12/11 SALE Washer dryer stereo dishes, Assoc. Harold Epps 964-6616
lamps, clothing bed etc. 1029 PalmSt.
2tchg 12/18 ., Fri. S Sat. 8 til 5. 12/11 Itpd -IN TOWN: 2 BR, 1 BA. CH near CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY

GIVE THAT SPECIAL GIFT round.THIS Christmas YEAR a 'Y"'RD''LEI I Baby clothes, clothes.ster.dand hospital sm. dn., owner fin. 29900. BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS .
suntan all year more.'Lawtey 200A just off LAWTEY AREA: 10 Ac. lots, owner I
Sun Canopy $595.
special '225 turn at caution light.9 til 4. Satur- fin.LAWTEY I
SUNBED 1995. Order today doy. 12/11 ltchgu: 125 2 BR. 1 BA. 15 acres II I
-800-22"8-6292.. fcan 86.415 1 _
: plus extra septic tank 60000.
8. 'c """'
Stralghtwall) Must sacrifice: 32x50 ,
Beautiful brick veneer4 BR 2 BAon2
to 50% off. Never '
erected.40x82 50x120 Can up deliver immediately.. / ? HYPNOSIS services for Irg. lots close to lake, 90000. Business Cards

8004230052. ALISTEEL. INC. fcan weight control smoking stress, etc. W. PRATT ST.: 3/1. CH/A. stove, ,000

LIVE CHRISTMAS TREES tor sale. You cut. Forr hejtp(1( jtlease call 9644433. 10/9 refrlg., microwave oven, telling fan,

823 W. Cypress St. 12/11 Itpd. netfjU-fgbt. 38500. Reduced to 36000. Raised Letters, Black Ink

MISC. FOR SALE TV, RCA 25" color $40; *..1' .' LAWTEY AREA: Gorgeous 3 BR, 2

Range, .Iec., G.E. $75; refrigerator '. NOTICE BA brick veneer over 2,000 sq. ft.
$60 Oak chairs, $4 & up floor lamp., Interior decor that must be seen to $1295

$5 ft up. Pat Diekens/Ralford.; 4311200. appreciate, 9.74 acres & much more.
should be submitted
lb. Price nego. Some owner fin I plus tax
PECANS FOR SALE 65 cent per to the Bradford County .
LAWTEV .RE..3 BR, 1 BA. CHA,1acre
cracked $1.25 Ib.. shelled office In and paid In
pecans Telegraph writing
$3.50 lb. We also crack pecans. advance"unless credit ,Is already 39000. I Call 964.5764 Ask for Kim I
964-3990. Wilson Rd. 12/11 Itpd established with this office LAKE BUTLER: 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A Lg.


priced from $70 to $125 each or HELD 'RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN HWY 100E Lot with old house, wellS

make offer. 7823334. 12/11 2tchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER septic tank approved, 7000. BRADFORD PRINTERS

12/1 THI TELEPHONE. Mil A*: R.ntallncom.Property
'2.0 GAL. FUEL TANK with legs. Call Classified rdeadUn.iuk! TUESDAY EDWARDS RD.Approx. 4 acres with

*1" 7403, after 6 p.m. swtfn NOON prior to Thursday publication. dbl/wld. duplex plus frame house 110 V''!. Call Street Starke 9645764'h'

I iTIONERU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI Minimum charge Is IS words for$3.50, Excellent Income Only 69500.

110 Outlet. $250. Call then 15 cents for each word the,eafter. -..... ..... --
533-2403. after 6 p.m. swtfn


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_PaK_ 10 SECTION December II, 1988

Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces T the distribution of Union County Ads
USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you: "HOW'S THE FAMILY? 1 ..... I

Receive Food Stamps

Required: Letter of Decision BK CAREFUL WHEN BUYING CHRISTMAS ,.
Required: Medicaid Card TOYSBy FOR RENT

Required: Medicaid Card Rfev. Ed KirklandThe TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES
OR Meet the income guidelines below: AND WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT Union CountyTlmes, 150
Income Eligibility Scale beginning July I, 1986 thru June 30, 1987. season for mass purchasing of toys is upon us. In fact, the toy Located In Union County Times Main Street Lake Butler, phone
business is
multi-million dollar
in which the
one competition fierce.
PER PER PER building. for Information. 496-2261 for Information. tfn
Because of this, they will amount to bombard kids all
SIZE YEAR MONTH WEEK spare no our on the 496-2261 tfn. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE
1 reasons they absolutely must have their particular product. If you are
$ 6,968 $ 581 $134 located In Union County Times Buildingat
k 2 9,412 785 181 like most parents, you" will soon feel like you are going to go nuts if you WANTEDFARM 150 West Main. Call 496-2261, for
3 11,856 988 228 hear, "I want that! one more time. more Information tfn
4 14,300 1,192 275 However, if you face the selecting of toys for your children on the sole SMALL TWO BEDROOM HOUSE near
5 16,744 1,396 322 basis of "what they want" you will soon be in trouble.First of all, would LAND, Will BUY OR LEASE. Call middle school. $110 a month. Call

6 19,188 1,599 369 probably take your entire year's salary just to afford them. My concern, Tom Chalri, daytime ((904)542-7957) 964-8602. after 6 P.M. 10/30 tfn
7 21,632 1,803 416 in this article, is to address some issues about the art of"toy buying" thatI night (9045427050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24 CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWNI I Nlc.ly furnished .

8 24,076 2,007 463 have seldom seen discussed. Yet, I believe if you will take just a few all electric central heat and

Each additional moments to browse over these, they may save you many hours of regret YARD SALE air, private paved road laundry and
in the near future park playground. Near schools, hosp.,
Family member + -$2,444 $204 $47
1. SELECT SAFE TOYS. This obvious state facilities. PINES SR-121, east lake
one seems yet
every year
Commodities must be picked only at the sites designated on the
up children are hurt from "harmless" toys. Just because it is on the market OPEN HOUSE AND YARD SALE Friday, Butler Call 4962366. Two childrenmax.
card. You must current card to receive commodities.You or
present your doesn't mean it is safe. Use your own head. If you are looking for a baby Dec 12th 12 to 6 P.M. and Saturday, ., and no pets chg/tfn 11/13
either of two designated alternates the commodities.
may up don't that has small which Dec 13th 8 to 11 A.M. Just south of THREE BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOUSE
toy, buy something parts could come off. A lot
Certification Recertification of lost card will be doneat
or Replacement
a Church off of south of Lake Butler $300 a month plus
of accidents could be avoided if parents would simply think before throw. Fellowship Baptist right
the Outreach Center. None w'll be issued, however during distribution. Farmland also available
ing it in the basket to "satisfy" the list. SRI21. New and used decorator Items, deposit. Call
(Exception: out-lying areas will be recertificed during distribution due to 2. CONSIDER THE MESSAGE THE TOY IS GOING TO GIVE YOUR picture, sconces, cups, candles, 1(904)372-1953( ) or 1(904)262-1791.( ) 12/4
distance involved.) shelves flowers Christmas WHY PAY RENT? PURCHASE A MOBILE
CHILD. This Is the
of failure
Special Note: Special days are set aside for the exclusive distributions biggest area for parents. Each toy you select baby clothes, toys, adult clothes, HOME Like rent payments, owner
lo the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing, please bringa tells your child something. This Is true for every age group. The biggest books 4311632. Itchg. 12/11 financed 945 N.W. 3rd Street. Sid's
problem is many adults just never think about it. You "He or she
folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. Mobile Home Park tfn/chg. 12/4
USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program is available to all eligi- really wants this" without stopping to realize that your child does not INSURANCEMAINES 10'xSO') MOBILE HOME In Lake Butler

ble recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or han- always make value judgements when requesting toys. area. Partly furnished. $135 a month.
dicap. Let me give you an example, there are some cards and other itmes on Call ((904)726-5314) after 5 P.M. Itchg.
which are printed "Garbage Pail Kids". If you are buying these for your INSURANCE AGENCY 25 E.
Distribution sites and dates are as follows: Main Street Lake Butler 4963978. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME with
LAWTEY children, let me ask you this, have you ever actually looked at them? front porch on .had.d lot. Near War-
Insurance Service 4/10 tfn
December 22, 1986, Recreation Center (Middleburg Rd.), 10 a.m.-2:00: They present a message that in my opinion is strickly negative to what I thington Springs. $125. a month. Call
want my children to learn. 4962185. Itpd. 12/11

p.m. STARKE What's wrong with trying to select things which the children can enjoy, HELP WANTED ONE BEDROOM TRAILER Only one person .
and yet receive some kind of value from? If you're not ca'reful, you might or married couple. Call 4963130.
December Old RJE School 10:00
Building a.m.-4
18,1986, : p.m. find yourself teaching little that the in life .
boy thing important
only Full-time and
your MECHANIC NEEDED parttime.
December 19 1986 Old RJE School 9:00 a.m.-l:30
Building, : p.m.
HAMPTON is to be a "tough guy. That unless he is able to beat everybody) else up, Diesel truck tractor repair. Call
he's not going to to be a man.
grow up 4963004. tfn/chg. 12/4
December 16, 1986, Hampton City Hall, 10 a.m.-2:00: p.m.
SPEED VILLE The same is true for little girls. Many are being told indirectly by the RN.ORRNMEDSURG PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE Mondaythru
toys buy for them that unless she concentrates on her physical
you appearance Friday. We pick-up and deliver
December 23 1986 Pleasant Grove Church
BROOKER Baptist 10 a.m.-12:00: p.m. above everything else, she is going to miss out on life. Do you Full time positions available In small almost anything. Call 4962462. 12/4

want her to believe that? community hospital, specializing In
December 17, 1986, Brooker City Hall, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Think about it before going to the store and try to explain to your son or reconstructive, plastic, hand and EDUCATION OPP.IT'S .
Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. micro Apply to personnel at
daughter why that particular toy is not good. Then, find another surgery.
substitute. This will take some effort on your part, but they're worth it. Lake Butler Hospital Hand Surgery NOT TOO LATE to be early for Spring
3. CONTROL EXPENSE AND VOLUME. Every year hundreds of Center. 850 E. Main Street Lake Butler registration at Lake City Community

parents take off to the stores and whip out that little piece of plastic and (9044962323.) E.O.E. Itchg.SPECIALIST 12/11 College. Advanced registration for

Y- act like they make$10,000 a year more than they really do. A word of war. Immediate MEDICAL RECORDS Previous healthcare continuing LCCC students begins Mon.
I I ning. If you over-buy this Christmas you are making two big mistakes. opening and medical terminology day Dec. 1 at 9 a.m. and will end Fri.
First, you are teaching your kids that all there is to Christmas is getting. experience Must day Dec 19 at 4 p.m. All students
required. type SOcwpm.
lL This is sad in light of the fact that Christmas is a celebration of the Apply to Personnel at Lake Butler must submit application for admissionas
early as possible to the Admissions
greatest "gift" ever given. Hospital Hand Surgery Center 850 E.
t Also, if you buy too much, you will hurt your children because there is a Main Street lake Butler Office and arrange for placement

I good chance you will have to work extra hours away from them to pay (9044962323.) E.O.E. 1tchg. 12/11 testing Office.through the Counseling and
I1FY'I that bill the rest of the year. And, there's the extra mental pressure that' ADMITTING CLERK Testing 12/4 2tchg 12/11

has to be considered. It's jut not worth it. Those kids need you at home' Part-time positions available.: Clerical
spending time with them more than they do a piece of plastic that lightsup. experience required. Evenings and MOBILE HOMESTHREE

I Consider yard sales, flea markets and other such ways to purchase weekends. Flexible shift Apply to Personnel

things to avoid that big bill. You might be surprised to find some nice at Lake Butler Hospital Hand BEDROOM, 2 BATH MOBILE HOME

DENMARK LaZBoyF'I:00W I 'things which can save you from going into debt. Surgery Center 850 East Main Street 14'x70' classic. Central heat and air,
This year, think about those toys before taking them up to the cash Lake Butler (9044962323.) E.O.E. extras. Skirting large screened porch.

register. To leave some might just be the best thing for you and your CARSTRUCKSENGINES $1,500 down and take over payemiits
children. of $175.99 a month. Call 496.3172. 12/4

Ed Kirkland is pastor of the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church located just factory remanufactured. All 2tchg. 12/11
$af.lOB1bOJ west of Camp Blanding on the corner of S.R. 16 and Mary Dot Lane at makes diesel/gas for cars & truck. IJ'x 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom 1
Kingsley Lake. To have a question about your family answered in this column Warranted. 10% over factory Invoice. 1/2 bath central air. Must see to op-

send it to: HOW'S THE FAMILY Kingsley Lake Baptist Church 496-2411, p.m. 4733693. 11/20 4tpd predate. 6000. Coll 4960071. 12/4

6337 Seminole St., Starke, FL. 32091 or call Rev. Kirfetond's office at
5332018. Names/addresses not NOTICE
J M .
slarraararlsnsl l
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
to the Union County Times office
repair) Delinquent tax property. In writing and paid In advance
OFFICE Repossession. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) unless credit Is already established

1 SHOP MOTEL COLOR TVs Ext. CH-1136.1/8 for current repo list. with: this office.
964.5764 house on opprox. 3 acres. SR-18.
Slink ,Fla. $99 Owner financed. Hale and Assocr "THE TELEPHONE. "....,.

.. I .. ..' i 964.5590 ? M 49L l9U.: 1I/1J.ftch: 1.114.. M .."-aailtJliecfcj. << deadline Is TUE$0/W

..,.arr aan HOOK, prior to Thursday publication.
Remodeled I2'42ipd' 12/11 MOTORCYCLES Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50! ,
then 15 cents for each word thereafter

Bought new In summer 1985. Sacrifice
Help) at $750. Shaft driven electric start
Call 4963004.
FOR RENTDay Save Energy S $$ 1985 reverse gear. tfn/chg. ? If I don't have it, I'll find It- Just
Bought In
Install Custom ask JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.
summer 1985. Sacrifice at $750. Mean
496.2126 or 4962903. eves. "YOUR
Insulated WindowsCall
machine! Call 4963004. tfh/chg. 11/13 "

Week Month -.

Homes Beautiful "

MAGNOLIAHOTEL 964.6766 III Plumbing Supplies From

24 hrs. -- Financing .
Durrance Pump & Supply/ .
tln .
We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed. _

New FurnitureAir iUS3O1lIIt I North, 844 N.T.mpl.Av..Starke 964..7061TF

I I Get into
Condition GovernmentWork FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.

AppreciateAcross "Quality Work, low, low prices -

---.-..- .... --- MEN & WOMEN 17.62 (Any Room & Hall) . . . . $1495 Scotchgard Available

from Tram now for government exams for Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture cleaning
fif City County, State and Federal levels, and offer bids on commercial work.
Starke Post Office REALTY Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice.
"" ASHIGHAST4RT: : $9.48 hr
964-7700 Ro.moonr Happy Call 964.4997 Call Happy ..Mrot25D ,
393 NT'Temple Ave Legal' Mechanical' 'Irtaneclore seen. Holiday Check yellow. pIo..ln local phone book Holiday starkeBredtortfAll
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or 374-1443 anytime. 9/11 tfnchg p.m. 9644589. 12/11 I Itchg growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that $1200 ; ,oof, Florida'sPlantations
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at $135. Doublewldes starting at $150. REAL ESTATE per acre 3todlriJndjqif(, iXr i
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1 I l Krarljorcl Coimlv; ) ( Tnillir Court: I 3 Arrested( on Pot Charges. ]

The following; individuals ap Loretta L. Baugess. pled guilty pay $50 or pay $101.25. Dec. 2 Traffic Court Three Lynn Bogle, 20, and Billy Ricnarde
peared in Bradford DWV.S; fined $101 25. Darrian S. people were arrested Dec. 2
County Traffic Paige guilty
Court before Judge George Pierce Roger W. Gibson pled guilty DWLS; produced valid pled license Johnny C. Dykes pled guilty by local authorities when they were Reno Aaron, and 21, according to Sgt. W. C.
November 25, their cases received DWLS; produce license in 30 days ordered to pay $50 cuurt costs. DWLS: dismissed. found with marijuana in their Russell. The Patrolman William
the,following disposition. and pay $50 court costs or pay Paige pled guilty unlawful speed; Ancll C. Teststonc pled no contest possession. charges Included
While possession of cannabis of
$101.25. fined $116.Julie DWLS: fined $127. on routine patrol Starke possession
Robert Nancy Mitchell pled guilty NVDL Frederick Steele pled guilty police spotted a vehicle parked drug paraphernalia and child abuse.
W. Beard
Tyson pled not guilty to ; charged with NVDL; Bond
behind business was set at$1,000 for each,
no valid driver license (NVDL); produced valid license ordered to produced valid license,pay$50 court NVDL; fined$101,25Tony Further a which was closed. were released on their they
investigation lead to the own
case dismissed. pay $50. costs. W. Angle pled guilty DWLS; arrest
Lenna Faye Barfield pled guilty Vernon K: Davis pled guilty Marion T. Lee pled guilty DWLS; fined $101.25. of Scharidy Ann Harper Cheryl recognizance.
violation of restrictions dismissed. NVDL; must produce valid license fined $101.25.William .
; Misdemeanor Court
Lawernce S. Andrews pled guilty and pay $50 or pay $101.25. Anthony Ragland pled Clay County Man Arrested i I IA
Juanita Cloud
May pled no contest
improper driver license; ordered to Jackie H. Cooner pled guilty DUI; guilty DWI; dismissed.
$15 court costs. fined $626,. license suspended six Ragland pled DWLS fined retail theft; 60 days court probation caine
pay guilty
; fined $25.Howard. 35-year-old Clay County man according to Sgt. W. C. Reno.
months Salvation Army probationone .
Randall J. Bailey pled guilty attend DWI school, $153.75.Rickie Underwood pled no con- was arrested Dec 7 on burglary and Hodges was apprehended on the property
NVDL motorcycle; placed on 60 year com Robert Tyson pled guilty of lola Little. Bond was set at
test criminal mischief 60 days pot charges in Starke. I
hours ;
plete 50 community work or .
NVDL fined
days probation ordered to pay $50 two blood. ; $101.75.Misdemeanor Salvation Army probation make Milto Jerome Hodges was chargedwith $2,000 cash or surety. Hodges re
give pints
court costs. Court mains in the Bradford County Jail.
restitution fined $101.25. burglary; and possession of co-
Jason L. Crews Jack F. Gunter pled guilty DUI;
pled guilty duty to
William Tracy Turner pled guilty Thomas Gerald Alderman pled
information fined $625 Salvation Army proba
and aid ordered
give to
$50 court costs. ; tion one year license suspended six trespass after warning and disorderly guilty to disorderly conduct: fined
pay Emmory W. Duncan pled months, 50 hours community work., intoxication; fined$101.25,60 days $101.25 60 days court probation.
guilty attend DWI school. court probation pay $50 court costs. Charges of carrying concealed
leaving the of
scene accident; fined Raymond G. Hall and officer with
$106.25. Gunter pled no contest unlawful pled no contest weapon resisting
Duncan pled guilty violation of speed; ordered to pay $50 court drinking in public; ordered! to pay violence dismissed.Use .
$50 court costs.
right of way; fined$50. costs. Christmas Day
K. Griffis pled guilty dog
Ralph J. Bellwood pled guilty
Wyvonna E.Thorpe pled guilty ex
running at large; 60 days court
unlawful of driver license probation
pired driver license ordered to
; pay ,
pay $50 court costs.
valid license ordered to pay Buffetfor
$35.Benny Richard Ellis Barrick pled no con-
$30 court costs.
L. Tyson Jr. pled
test to wilful wanton reckless driving -
days violation must of produce restictions valid; continued license.60 DWLS Terry; pay N.$50 Roberts court costs.pled guilty ; fined $365, attend DWI school Thursday, December 25
Tyson pled guilty careless driving Tonda L; Grover pled guilty no community control. denture cleaner to get Serving from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
dismissed. Barrick fined$101.25 for impropertag. some food stains off
; fined $50. tag; your and 5 to 8
p.m. p.m.
Roger S.Welsh pled guilty driving Grover pled guilty NVDL; produced china plates end cups.VISA
under the influence; fined $625 valid license and pay $50 court --
Salvation Army supervision one costs or pay $101.25. Enjoy Our Garden Fresh
year 50 hours community work Timothy A. Goetzman pled guilty
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]Bradford Traffic Arrests _. _' COMMISSARYFOOD STORE

Bill Monroe Haney, 27, of Starke Handy Kent Barnett;21, of Starkewas vestigator;Aderholt. He was released released after a $752'surety bond Joe Z. Huddleston 19, of SR 225 at US 301 Lawtey
was arrested Dec 7 for driving while arrested Dec. 6 for DWLS, according after $101.25 cash bond was was posted. Gainesville was arrested Dec. 5 on 782-3017
intoxicated (DW1-DUI) and no valid to Patrolman Hodges. He posted. Charles Edward Lee, 23, ot an Alachua County charge of DWLS Bones . .. .. 120..1"BYi

driver's license (NVDL), according was released after at $210 surety Lawtey was arrested Dec. 5 for and improper tag, according to In- Ribeyes . . 01 ea 69
to Lt Winston Barber. Haney's bond was posted. David Eaton Cornett, 27, of failure to pay fine for DWLS, according evestigator Aderholt. Bond was set '
blood alcohol content was .21 percent Raiford was arrested Dec. 9 for to Deputy York. Lee was addi- at $650 He was released to Alachua Cube Steak . .. 3oiea49
He was released after a $729.50 Velma Jene Covington,24,was arrested DWLS, according to Trooper W. M. tionally charged with resisting arrest authorities. *'
surety bond was posted Dec. 3 for NVDL, accordingto Abrams. He was released after a without violence for his conduct Chuck Steak .. . .. .. 1
Patrolman M. D. Spears. She was $210 cash bond was posted Carlos Dean, 26, of Starke was arrested !$1 79
Johnnie Powell, 33, of Starke was while the deputy was attempting to Round Steak . . lb.
arrested Dec. 5 for failure to released after a $210 surety bond arrest him, said York. Lee was Dec. 8 for DWLS, release
a DUI charge from Seminole appearon was posted. Clifford Harmon,27,of Starke was released after a $525 cash bond was to Trooper Abrams. He was Pork Chops . .. !Bozea 49C'''
County, according to Deputy York. Lewis Paul Duchene, 33 was arrested arrested DEc. 9 on a capias charg- posted. after a $210 surety bond was posted. plus tax*.dep 1 I oz bill pk

Powell was released after a $2,000 Dec. 2 for NVDL (failure to ing contempt DWI from Duval Coun- Mark Warren Harrop, 24, was arrested Ricky Nazworth, 22, was arrested Pepsi & CokeCigaretts . . $179..
surly bond was posted. ? pay a fine), according to In- ty, according to Lt. Moore. He was Dec. 4 for (DWLS),according Dec. 9 for failure to appear for ctn9'gPkt17t<
to Patrolman John Hodges. He was possession of marijuana and failureto .
released after a $210 surety bond pay fine for DWLS, according to Milwaukee . Suitcase $849

If Arrests in Bradford CountyThe was posted. at Investigator$1,500 cash Aderholt or surety Bond only.was set Busch . . Suitcase $849
James Eddie Curtis, 22, was arrested -
Dec. 1 for DWLS, accordingto Busch .. ... . 6 p$2396pk2"
following arrests were made bation, according to Investigator Sammie Yvonne Link, 25, was arrested Investigator Aderholt
by local authorities in Bradford Aderholt. Bond was set at $1,000. He on a warrant from Tampa Budweiser . . .
released his uttering forged instru- Jeffery Kent Hutton, 19, of
on own charging
County. was recognizance.Levon ment, grand theft,bond set at$2,000, Vernon Todd, 38, of Lake Butler Gainesville was arrested Dec. 5 on a Budweiser . ,2PkB"We
Neil Norman Golden, 28, of Brad- according to Deputy York. She was was arrested Dec. 5 for NVDL, according Alachua County capias charging no
ford County was arrested Dec. 6 on Handerson, 34, of Bradford released to Hillsborough County to Marshall Tommy Rauler- tag, according to Investigator G ,. .. Accept w.i.c.Food Stamps
son. Todd was released after a $105 Aderholt Bond was set at $100 He an order of arrest for failure to pay County was arrested Dec. 5 oil an authorities. was released to Alachua authorities. .... Visa and Master Charga
child support, according to In- order of arrest for failure to pay surety bond was posted.
vestigator David Aderholt At his child support, according to Deputy
first appearance he was found in Eugene Lee. Hankerson may purge Ernest Simon Cowart was arrested ___ .-.-........ ,___. ......
contempt and ordered to pay 77896. by paying$1,194.70.He was releasedon Dec. 2 for drinking intox I
He was released on his own his own recognizance. icating beverage in public, accor- .
recognizance. ding to Patrolman M. D. Spears.
Michael Anthony Chandler, 26, of Bond was set at $500, he was released '
Starke was arrested Dec. 7 on a writ on his own recognizance. I
of ttachment from Leon County,according -D
Eugene Dewitt Blye, 37, of Starkewas
arrested Dec. 6 on a capias from to Investigator Aderholt. Raymond Randolph
Duval County charging worthless Chandler purged by paying $1,359. WoodlandJr. 28, of Starke was arrested -.
check, according to Investigator Dec. 8 for disorderly intoxication -
Aderholt. Blye was released after a Gregory Gonzales, 20, was arrested and resisting arrest without' P I.....
$752 surety bond was posted. Dec. 3 for failure to appearfor violence, according to Lt. Glen i\fIl.\1.aJ
drinking in public, according to Moore and Investigator Aderholt. !
Eddie Speed, 22, of Melrose was Deputy Doug York.He was released Bond was set at $1,500 cash or sure-
arrested Dec. 7 for violation of pro after he posted a $50 cash bond. ty.

. Bradford County Divorces GrantedThe OFFAll

following were Carol L. McLendon & R. E.
dissolved during marriages the month of McLendon. pin.Lewis G Dixon & Clara D. Dixon. Shoes Sale & Regular Price I

November in Bradford County Dobbs.Norma W. Dobbs & Michael L. Davis.Donald W. Davis & Karen L. Mens Ladies Childrens VISA-

Donald C. Duncan & JoAnn Green Robert V Walker & Cheryl P. Gerald H. Wrecsico & Judith E. Shoes Boots Handbags
Duncan. Walker. Wrecsico. U
Merrill\ West & Diana D. West. Joseph E. Cox &Sheila M. Cox. Joseph F.Petrocelli&Deborah M Merry Christmas' from _
Randall G. Pass & Sheri L. Pass. Charles M Mosley & Linda Kay Petrocelli.
James Mosley. Edna Tucker & Franklin
W Bentley & Donna Lee Knight '
Bentley. Ronnie G. McGahee & Sharon R. Andrew Knight. RICHARD'S! SHOES .
Mary Susan Wells Cooper &David McGahee. Carl Andrew Norman &Marcia L. 101 E. Call St., Starke
Lee Cooper. Glen A. Pippin &Romilda T. Pip- Norman.

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hey began with an idea, to providethe and later became cashier of the bank in a broad range of financial services with the

people of Bradford County (now 1924. highest! level personal service possible.

Union and Bradford Counties), with a During the Great Depression of the Although limes may change, Farmers

bank that they could truly call their own. 1930s, main banks around the country, and )Dealers! Bank is !still the home owned

With this goal in mind, thirty enterprising Florida and in Bradford and Union conn- and home operated bank that it was in

citizens invested $25,000 and opened .* ties were forced to close their doors when 1911. All (lf the bank's stockholders. ..

Farmers and Dc1JcrsBank on December they coidd not raise!> additional capital required residences are within 150 miles of Lake"

9, 1911. The incorporating stockholders in b)' the government. Due to the efficient Butler, and 82.5 % of the bank's stock is

1911 were: Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Townsend, and conservative!> management of !still held .b.). Union County citi/eiis.

Dr. W.I. Lee, G.W. Alderman, Henry .\\'. Townsend and T.M. Riherd, Farmers Presently I the hank is !stronger than

Rosenburg, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Howard, and Dealers Bank.. was in a solid position to ever and deposits have grown to $22.2

Mrs. Gertie McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. .. weather the storm. Both men mortgagedtheir million. With equity capital of $::1.2

David Jones, William Johnson, J.',v. own property! to support the small million, the bank has $14.43 of capital

Loadholtz, P.M..Padgett, W.C. Townsend t S bunk and in 1934: the bank became one of behind \l'ry $100 of deposits Shcslumoff

Sr., M.B. Kstcp, Mary Estep, Hose Estcp, the first"banks insured b) lh> F.D.I.C. Inc., a Texas based! bank rating firm, gives

S.R. Estcp, J.L. Brown, M.A. Weeks, J.D. In 1942 T.M.: Riherd purchased J.W. the Farmers and Dealers Bank an A + on

Smith, W.G. Ball, C.F. Rivers, A.A. Tovvnsciid's stock and served as presidentuntil an overall rating hieh is superior to 95%

McDonald, J.11. Pollard, R.C. Gillcn, J.J. his death in 1964. Today. ... Paul: M. of the banks in the U.S. and 93 % of the

Jones, B.E. Brown, Isham Brown, and Riherd is the current president of Farmers;, hanks in Florida.Of .

Lillie M. Douglas.The and Dealers Bank, who, like his course, all of this could: not have

first officers of the bank were: predecessors, has guided the bank'' .through' happened without the support of the

J.W. Townsend, President; M.L. McKinney some tough )cars when many other financial public and our ('mtomers.'e wish to say

Vice President; and G.W. Alderman, institutions have been closed down or "hanks" to the man)' loyal customers. and

Cashier. The resources of Farmers and 'I bought out by other firms. Through ,the supporters who have had confidence in our

Dealers Bank steadily grew, and in 1920 '' '. years, the bank's goal still ,remains to pro. bank during the past 75 )'ears.

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I I I ,.: ... (, it :. .1). ;s" -. Fire Damages Starke Home
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I I" ',11. .", '' ..t. t :. There were no injuries In a house cording to Chief Dwayne Hardee. 1
: ;=i,',"-! f/Ih;< ".,f "' fire last Wednesday evening but the The rest of the house received smoke y
II II1 : ; structure received several thousand and heat damage. Probable cause is "
l: l' 1 .L .I :. dollars in damage. listed as coming from a double .
\1 1I Ede :1 I "' : j I Starke fire fighters were called to fireplace, said Hardee. I
I [ : the home of J. W.Alvarez at the corner Responding were firefighters Jeff
of Bay and Center Streets in Harpe, Nelson Green, Doug Rusty
Starke at 7:30: p.m. Dec. 3. The fire Barrett,.Rex Selmer, Chief Hardee
was contained In one bedroom, part and volunteers Brian Stephens, Bill
.t. ": of an interior wall, and the attic-ac- Heney and Duncan Ainsworth. ___ "

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i'' on March 24th. That is l March 24. 1750 was followed by March 25. 1751. .IIJlflJlflJ
Fire Destroys Trailer...
xrsnals IEx xsia xleelleatlrs, -rale s I11 JIfIJIfI l :!
. I The contents and structure of a trailer belonging to Bobby E. Dyal Jr. There were no Injuries In the fire, no one was home at 2:45 p.m. when 'JIfIBi l' :
of Brooker were destroyed by fire Monday afternoon. the fire occurred. CB RADIO and
., The trailer located on Route 1. Box 323 Brooker contained antiques Units responding were'QR-IO, Emergency Services Cliff Chapman and
, ,i >i I several china and thousand sterling dollars.which were lost In the fire. The estimated value was Paramedic Scott Taylor and the Brooker Volunteer Fire Department I Electronics & Communications I (

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I! Starke Woman I to all of our customers I

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1.1I We Sell & Service All Makes of CB's I

\, {. Wanted for Forgery ttt tat ga

Charges against Andrea Jenkins last Saturday morning, saying she ,
I for forgery and/or uttering a forgery was tired of running and hiding. She {Iii. ,,,. },
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are being filed with the state at will be arraigned on these charges ""Y" . LADY
: torney's office in Clay County. Monday, Dec. 22. ? ','.. I. ,: > .. BUGFLORIST

cashed The 24-year-old two checks woman at Strickland's wrote and Deputy Danny Thomas of the Clay fr. ;! ; AI f7", ".

Store, Kingsley Lake, totaling County Sheriff's Office said papers w '{ ii Hwy 100 South Starke
$410.57. in the Kingsley Lake incident are being I ; ; : A Next to Pinehurst Grocery
Jenkins, who already faces 12 filed in the state attorney's office I : : 9S4-495B
, > counts of forgery and uttering a in Green Cove Springs and a capias lie....,.., ..'....J." .,. ;, Great
in : for Giving!
fOrgery Bradford County, turned will be issued for Andrea's rearreston .1 .,". ,
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i in at the county jail in Starke those charges. ''.;. .''\;'"'II'...N.r'i..'...lle.I ... t:4ijj1. : .,". .)I i;' _. ., .... STUFFED ANIMALS

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1' Heilbron Sprg. VFD Reportfire ", \,* ''' Christmas 3 Sizes
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The Heilbron Springs Volunteer was reported on CK-229. upon : .; 'i.it'\ .:. Poinsettias
Fire Department responded to seven arrival of fire units it was
calls during the month of November.Two discovered that the fire was in a / i.
\vere structure fires, two brush house that had already been partially Ir
fires, two dumpster fires and one destroyed by fire. Assisting were l Bhi/e in Reno.
Morning ..
vehicle fire, according to Lt. Joe New River VFD and LWCI Tanker I. \
Dobson. At 5:26: a.m. firefighters again An early morning fire completely demolished a frame structure at 975 J
Nov. 3 at 9:35: p.m. a small brush responded to the scene to extinguishhot E. Brownlee Street In Starke Monday.
. fire was reported on CR-229 near NW spots. When the Starke Fire Department arrived on the scene at 4:10 a.m.the I
37th St. The fire was quickly ex- front porch and two front rooms were a complete ball of flames, according t
" tinguished by firefighters. to firefighters. The fire was brought under control within 30 minutes
I Nov. 4 at 7:05: p.m. firefighters extinguished but the house was destroyed.
t a fire in the dumpster on Heilbron Springs There was no one at home at the time of the fire and the cause has not '
I. C Nov. VFD Fire Tip been determined at this time. The house belongs to James A. DeSue.
I 11 at 12:34: a.m. a vehicle fire Firefighters responding were Cecil Crawford, Rex Seimer, Tom Rowe, -
was reported at the intersection of The Heilbron Springs Volunteer Rusty Barrett, Chief Dewayne Hardee and volunteers Jack Nunnery,Jr.,
,, CR-229 and CR-225. Upon arrival of Fire Department will provide a fire Brian Stephens, Jeff Johnson, Duncan Ainsworth, Charles Schaefer. r '
fire units, it was discovered that a prevention tip directed toward
I van had caught fire in the engine Home Fire Prevention and Safety f'7 "'
" \I''' area and under the dash. The fire and who to call for emergency MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE n.
was quickly brought under control. responses. These tips will be very SINCE 190S Look Great for the holidays _
j I| The vehicle sustained extensive beneficial for members of the whole '
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OLD FASHIONED would like
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I I damage. GENERIC DRUGS AVAILABLE ll! holiday with ti ....
Nov. 16 at 8:37: p.m. a brush fire
was reported on NW 26 St. off NW 57 Before the cold season comes, WORKERS' COMPENSATION $ COO
Ave. Residents in the area reportedit have ALL your heaters (space, electrical WE HONOR MOST INS CARDS I Highlighting Special . . . Ae F. 25.00 'lu
and kerosene) along with the '
was a small fire and extinguishedit RUSSELL STOVER CANDY HALLMARK CARDS
before fire units arrived. fireplaces checked and cleaned for S&H GREEN STAMPS SODA FOUNTAIN
Nov. 28 at 1:09: am. fire units safe operation.An COMPUTERIZED PHARMACYI9647810I It Perm Special . . . . . . Reg. asm $2500
answered a call to a dumpster fire

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Emergency 911
Nov.. 29 at 12:22: a.m. a structure
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Junior League Mixed LeagueJan. Quality MerchandiseHas
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