Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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the Bradford County


Two S. tlon. SINCE 1879
Outside. FICTION At 10 Foe*
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Cold and wet. Editorial Pag. . . .. . ...4A
Today (Thursday, Dec. 18) Is expected to be overcast with a 50% Public Notlcci. . . .. . .-..5A 1
chance of showers and thunderstorms. It is expected to clear and Th. Soclol Scan. .. .. . .5-'A
turn cooler by Saturday and Sunday, with lows in the 50s, highs in Sport. . . .. .. . .IDA e-
the low 70s. High Wednesday was 72,with the cloudiness increasing
Wednesday night. SECTION II 14 Pagoi

Cause of the weather change is a high pressure ridge, or cold Realtor Moot . .. . . .IS l ,. "'flI1' ..
front predicted to move through Florida Friday and Friday night. Roclplm . . . . ...21Rain I /
this past week has been scattered and very light. Antlqu. Canoai. . . . SB
August average rainfall is 8.1 inches September 5.46 inches, Oc- Obltuarlai. . . . . .,SB I'
tober 3.64 inches, November 1.86 incises, December 3.08 inches, News BrM. . .. . . 10.12 The Sweetest Strawberries I This Side of Heaven

January 2.8 inches, February 3.43 inches. Clanlllwl Ad.. . . .: .-7-9B 108th Year STARKE, FLORIDA %Cents Copy
, ..... 22nd Issue Thursday, December IB, 1986 USPS 062-100
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'IAJ.& 'Y/Jing'. Curb DropOutsIs

Aim of New 5

See Santa...

Hey Kids! See a live Santa Claus }

this Tuesday, Dec. 23 from 5:45 to 8 '' i It rt ti. ,Y y ew1 School Program \
p.m. at the Louise Ward home on
the corner of Orange and Pratt -
'I I Streets in Starke. An extensive school drop out 70-90 ;range: said Francis. Th ,

! The Ward home is the one with prevention program dipping all the state's Raise Bill, increasing stan- ,>'
all the lights every child, and way down to the third and fourth dards, is playing havoc with this
.j' grownup too, like to stop and see grades is planned by the Bradford group of students. "It's killing them ?:
': each year. There year there are education staff (academically)," said Francis. 1

even more light, believe it or not.
School board members, at the Chairman Hall congratulated ...
Dec. 15 meeting, gave their blessing Supt. Duncan for placing ad- :,J
B-Books on Sale... to the staff for tackling such a ministrator Francis in charge of the

Bradford High B-Books will be on troublesome problem, one that project. "I've heard him express
sale during the holidays at the nobody across the entire country has concern about this problem many
Chamber of Commerce, Mitchell's been able to solve. Florida's drop out times," said Hall.

Drug Store, and The Office Shop rate is third in the nation, said Supt. Supt. Duncan pointed out the
for $5 each.BBooks Jim Duncan. About half ofBradford's system is cutting into the drop out
' are histories of Bradford students drop out of problem with the Vo-Tech Center's
High School, containing the namesof r school before they graduate. The General Education Degree (GED)
85-86 BHS class had
all graduates since its beginning, program. Vo-Tech administrator
rate of 3-1% Of the 352
and names of prospective students Charles Thomas now presents GED
entering the ninth grade in
graduates through 1990. diplomas at school board meetings,
1982.83 95 out to
Proceeds of the sale will go to prior which have been filled with
graduation and 185
Bradford High School for much graduated. graduates that have returned to

needed equipment and supplies. } Mbrt The newly increased graduation school and earned a high school
B-Books can also be purchased at diploma. .I:
to In-
requirements are expected
BHS to Bradford
or by writing :
High Alumni Association, c/0 BHS, crease the problem. Now a student Mipt. Duncan pointed out that
must have a 1.5 grade point average, after this school the alternative
581 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL year, -
. 32091. a D-plus, to earn a diploma. education program will not be
The BHS Alumni Association is "We know the problem starts funded by the state. That will mean
down in the third and fourth
set to meet at 7 p.m. Jan. 8 in the Charles Francis theadministration's the only way the school system can
grades, ,
" BHS Library. says director of student earn money for such students is to
develop for regular
services who is in of the programs
: Sale. charge new
Nut .. students.
effort. Students won't do their work,
. Administrator Francis cites examples -
The next pecan auction is set at make poor grades, repeat the process of how the school system is
I noon Jan. 8 at the Starke State and eventually drop out, says not currently meeting the needs of
r Farmer's Market on US-301 north. Francis. students
some :
The Dec. 11 sale saw 11,279 When a student begins to fail he One student who earned C's and
pounds of nuts sold. Stuarts nuts drops out of schoool, points out Fran- B's in the middle school, for in-
averaged 62 cents per pound, Curtis ] h f cis. Eleven freshmen dropped out in
stance, came to the high school as a
58 cents and seedlings 55 cents. It is Mir .t7 the last six weeks, for instance. freshmen and flunked four subjectsthe
' a good year for pecans, says The school system must have first six-weeks, and all his sub
1 Market Manager Bob Allen, with something to offer such students, jects the second six-weeks. Francis
I i 75,000 pounds of nuts being sold at who cannot work on grade level, asks, how long will it be before this
1, the five sales so far. Francis says. student drops out of school?

.A BHS coed attended school
Child Find... "The school board, staff and every day and failed all her subjectsthe
I : 7 parents have got to get together on I first six-weeks and the second
Do you know a child with a handicap sending kids to school," said Supt. six-weeks. Francis asks do -

? Jim,Ducan. ..... _, ?"." that'stndcn -U.atiJJ attending you suppose t..
4'' Child Find is one part of the Board Chairman Rodney Hall asked faithfully?

:a Florida Diagnostic and Learning Christmas "Does the professional staff Supt. Duncan said at the Dec. 15
t. Resources System (FDLRS) that a Y. know what to do with this problem?" school board meeting that different

, lends support services to excep- Cheer. Special emphasis is needed on pro- types of diplomas may have to be
, tional student education programs grams for students with IQ's in the considered.
in a six county area: Bradford, People line Starke streets

. Baker, Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, Saturday to see what turned
'' and Union Counties. out to be one of the best
function of Child Find is
: identification of potentially han- Christmas parades ever, { Cross Still Burns Brightly f

., dicapped preschool students, and locals say
the location of children and youth "It really was a nice

,.. between birth and 21 years of age parade," was the comment Atop Starke Water Tank
who may have a handicapping condition -
repeatedly heard. .
I and is not receiving services. -
Some areas of the handicapping Among the 40 entries was The lighted cross atop Starke's water tank is still glowing this holiday
conditions may be speech, this 1915 Model-T depot hack season, despite written opposition by the American Civil Liberties Union
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language, hearing, visition, learning owned and driven
by Jerry
t'' Mayor Vernon Silcox read a letter at the regularly scheduled city coun-
behavior or physical problems.
If know of a child who and Diane Ely. Bank Presi- r 1, cil meeting Dec. 2 from the ALCU, in which the organization requestedthe
. handicapped you contact maybe dent J.E. Tomlinson and wife, city remove the cross voluntarily, and save taxpayer's money by (
e FDLRS/Child Find at ((904) 3288811in Ramona, drove a 1929 Model A avoiding litigation. The letter suggested the certainty of the city losingthe
5 civil suit and of both The council took
having to pay costs litigants. no
Putnam County or write with a rumble seat also
coupe ,
official action the of the letter.
following reading
FDLRS/Child Find P.O. Box 159,
owned by Ely. y"t 1t Since receipt of the letter from ACLU, U.S. District Judge William H.
Bostwick FL 32007.
The 1915 Model-T was ; T Barbour, Jr. has ruled against the display of a cross on a public building,

caught in front of newly L y in a somewhat similar situation.A .
Call-In Program... painted Mitchell's Drugs M state owned 20 story building in Jackson, Miss., with glass exterior,
has been turning out lights on one side of the building, except those that
A morning call-in service to building over 100 years old at form a cross when left burning. This huge display of a lighted cross was
assist senior citizens who are aloneis 127 E. Call Street. The brick visible for miles, and had become a tradition for the past nine years. The
offered by the Starke Police building was the former Red 4. ;q W ACLU filed a suit in that case, and when Judge Barbour made the ruling,
Department, according to Chief Cross Drug Store and once Hillary Chiz, executive director for the Mississippi ACLU said "It is a victory -
Jimmy Bowen.To for any individual in Mississippi or anywhere else that has ever felt
housed the Starke Post Office
become involved in the program isolated because they are in the minority.
a citizen is asked to register At right, Chamber Director + .. Mississippi Attorney General Ed Pitlman said he would appeal the ruling -
with the Police Department, then Jack Eckhdal puts in his word and ask for a trial of the case, but doubted it could be held before the

call in before 10 a.m. each day. with Santa. Wonder if wife, t7 holidays.The .
After 10 a.m. the Police Dept. will i NAt letter addressed to the Starke council indicated that a suit is con-
check on those citizens who have Carol, was listening? Santa tingent on finding a local person to join the litigation, and thus far, no one
not called in. If there is no answer, who sounded suspiciously like has come forth to lend his name to the cause.
a police officer will visit the paramedic Scott Taylor, held Starke council gives no hint of capitulating at this time, so it appearsthe
residence. every child who approached in now familiar cross will continue to glow atop the water tank
Chief Bowen reminds the public serious conversation. throughout the 1986 holiday season, bidding peace and goodwill to
that the service is available. 0 everyone, regardless of his beliefs.

No Job, No Skill...

available Job Corps-Training In health occupations slots are, Zoning for SR-16 Convenience Store Up __Again Dec. 30 ::1

clerical plumbing, auto, welding mechanic, business-and other Veteran gasoline dealer John received a tie vote, 2-2, automatically The vacancies have been filled, not wanting the business located of the Country Club Estates pay 40
and 16 Torode will ask the zoning board to sending the request to the board of and the board is now composed of near them. Opponents to the percent of the taxes in Bradford
skills for women
men ages
revisit his request to rezone 4 acres commissioners. The zoningboar the following members: New business raised the issue of utiliza County, only to be reminded by
Jhrough 21.. in the SE corner of SR-16 and Flume composed of 7 members had members Larry Paterson and D.J. tion of the property, surplus to the Torode that his family had been tax-
For more information, visit the Road for a convenience store and two vacancies at the time, and one Phillips. Old members Robert Scott, needs of a convenience store, sincean payers in Bradford County for the
Job Service Office at 1430 South gas pumps. absent, leaving only four members Rip Replogle, Morris Starling, Mark acre is generally sufficient for past 80 years.
First Street, Lake City, or phone The request will be heard at the present, allowing a tie vote. Hardenbrook and Spiros Drivas.A such a business. Torode indicated
Irene Pearce at 752-3121. next regular meeting of the zoning The county commissionersreacted number of people living in the there are no firm plans for the land, In the original request, zoning
board, Tuesday, Dec. 30, in city hair by returning the petition to Country Club area attended the other than the store, but promised board members Drivas and Starling
Richard Torode, representing his the zoning board, with the admoni- meeting led by attorney Gene Shaw, there would be no "used car lots or voted against the request. Voting in
Upcoming... father, presented the initial requestto tion to fill the vacancies and make a and spoke/ against the rezoning re- mobile home sales." favor of the request were board
The Bradford Chapter of the the zoning board Oct. 28, and recommendation. quest, citing a variety of reasons for One dissenter stated that residents members Replogle and Scott.

AARP is set to meet at 1 p.m. today

Senior(Thursday Citizen's, Dec.Center 18)behind in the the DER Sets New Regulations for Burning Trash in Non-Rural AreasThe I

courthouse. The Starke Police
Department is slated to present a Florida Department of En- The container must be a minimumof and a permit is required.In fion on the property. slon ot Forestry 1600 NE 23rd Ave.,
program on the security of homes vironmental Regulation has 25 feet from any woodlands or a non-rural area, which In- Additional information about the Gainsville, Fla., 32609. When
\ and businesses, things to do in case established new rules for burning brush and someone must be present cludes any incorporated area in a new burning regulations may be obtained writing, please include a stamped, I
of emergency, etc. Everyone is in- yard trash and fires for land clearIng when burning is being conducted.The county or a developed subdivision, by calling or writing the Divt- self-addressed envelope.
vited to attend. in non-rural areas. regulations also prohibit the burning to clear land can only be
The Starke Zoning Board is set Under the new regulations yard burning of any green or wet conducted if It is at least 100 ft. froma
to meet at 7p.m. Thursday, Dec. trash (which includes fallen limbs material.If public highway and 1,000 ft. from -,
18, in city hall. The meeting is a grass clippings, leaves andhousehold the conditions are met, a any occupied building. Get Your in !
,, week earlier than usual because of paper products) may be homeowner may burn without call- Copy Early .
the Christmas holiday. burned in non-combustible containeror ing the Florida Division of Among other conditions, the fire '
The Senior Center in the B-U excavated pit without a burning for authorization, a Forest must be started after 9 a.m. and ex- The Telegraph staff will need copy turned in early the next two weeks.
Guidance Clinic, will be closed Dec. permit, if certain conditions are tion.However tinguished by one hour before The paper must be printed Tuesday and be mailed to subscribers
24, 25, and 26 for the holidays. met. if the fire creates a sunset, prevailing winds must direct Wednesday the next two weeks because the next two Thursdays are
Qualifying opens Dec. 29 and Those conditions Include that the nuisance, the landowner will be re- smoke away from public roads and Christmas and New Year's Day and there will be no mall delivery on
runs through Jan. 8, 1987 for the pit or container be covered with a quired to extinguish it. the fire must be attended at all those traditional holidays.
Feb. 17 Brooker election for Town wire mesh, be at least 50 feet from For land clearing,which Is definedas times.In News columns, social items and hard news, classified advertising, and
Councilmen Group 13. the burner s home and 300 feet from the uprooting and clearing of the residential category, a display advertising must be turned in to The Telegraph office by 5 p.m.
i1 The Bradford Zoning Board is any other occupied building, and at vegetation, the burning regulationsvary homeowner or his designated con- Monday each week to be published in the Dec. 25 or Jan. 1 editions.
set to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. ,least 100 feet from any public according to whether the area tractor is permitted to burn for the -The Editor
30, in the Starke city hall. highway. is non-rural, residential, or rural, purpose of Initially clearing vegeta-

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Christmas Parade...

This float by Outlaw Realty In Starke won second place in the annual
'hrlstmas Parade held Saturday. I

procession.From The parade. attracted a large crowd of all ages who enjoyed the colorful First Place Winner...

The grand prize in the annual Christmas parade In the float competition perfect weather and Iota of compliments. I
left to right on the second place winner which earned a $23 went to Starke's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints for this colorful Riding on the prize winning float are: Jim Carver,Sarah Smith Brian
price: Consuela and David Dodge, Tommy and Diane Outlaw and their entry driven by Mary Mayben. Folsom, Aaron Carver, Matt Carver, Leslie and Marlon Folsom Joel
children Brian and Rachel. The dog's name I is Max. This year's parade drew one..of the !biggest!! crowds ever..In! the near- Rogers, Lee-Anne Folsom Joan Freese and Natalie Smith.-

I Dear Santa: Please Send Me. . A 6 I

doll for Christinas.I love you.Merry Dear Santa Claus, '
Kindergarten... Dear Santa Claus, want a bicycle. 1 want my mommato Dear Santa Christmas I I want a creamie. I want a teddy
Dear Santa How is Mrs. Santa? I want a bicy- have a rocking chair. I have been a girl. Santa, canT Love, bear. I love you Santa Claus. My
cle. Love, have a Hug A Bunch and a new bike. Brandyn sister Christy.
I am Brandon. I am five years old. Love, Tony Lamar My Little Pony house and a red bike.I Love,
I like school
good. I in
pretty am
love Santa. Dear Santa Claus Stacy
Jerry Lewis you ,
kindergarten right now, I won't be Dear Santa Claus, Love, Christmas to :you. This is
here very long I saw you that day at Dear Santa Claus, I would like presents at Irtisha. what want for Christmas. My Dear Santa Claus,
school, you didn't say very much for I love you, Santa Claus. Please Washington cause that's where I'm Dear Santa, Child,a girls dress,teddy bear and a I love you Santa. I want a Cabbage
guess you were resting
Christmas. I don't want much give me a bicycle for Christmas. If I going next Sunday. I have been a good boy. Please br- bike. Patch. -
just a machine gun and very a few be good Love ing me a bike, and a gun, and a Shauneria
bullets. Love, Bonnie truck. Dear Mr. Santa and Mrs. Santa,
Joanie From I love you. I want a play car and Dear Santa Claus,
Brandon Shuford First Grade Trapper dog. And I love you. And a rabbit. I love you. Merry Christmas 1 I
Dear Santa, Dear Santa Claus, Dear Santa Dear Santa Claus, From, want you today! I am good today. I
I am a little girl. I live across the I want three pound puppies and a I have been a good girl. Please br- I have been a good boy. Please bring Craig Jenkins miss you today.
street from the school. When you get bike with a flag on top. Please bring ing me a popple. And I want a bike me a remote controlled airplaneand Love,
to my house you will find my stock- them for being good. and a Cabbage Patch Kid. train.I Dear Santa Claus, Becky LeCompteDear
From I love Salonika want baby
Love, love you. a
hanging on the chimney behindthe you.
ing Billy Esther Brian doll for Christmas. How are you? Santa Claus,
heater. Leave my popple doll Dear Claus Love I want a Chuck Norris and Bruce
and careful some, candy might in stumble my stocking. Be Dear Santa Claus, Dear Santa, I have Santa been a good, boy. Please bring Salonika Lee and Ninja and GI Joe and Ram-
you over my I was a good boy. So can I have a bo set and Stomper and radio con-
big tree. I am smart and I like I want a pair of skates and heart me a robot motorcycle. love
school. sunglasses. I don't have any and I remote-controlled airplane and a Santa. Dear Santa Claus, trolled car and army men and trick
want some. car. Daniel I am a boy said James Kilby. I bike.I .
Love Love, FromMichael want a bike said James Kilby.I love love you Santa Claus.
Patricia Cowie Dear Good Santa Claus, Youl I Taurus Williams
Ann I want a teddv bear and a My Child '
Dear Santa, >
I hope you will bring presents for Dear Santa Claus,
me and my new baby that will be I want a pair of skates and a pop-- 4
ple. My old skates too little and Idon't
here as soon as Mama goes to the ,

hospital.I don't know what it will be, but I have a popple. Love, r / .
know it will be a baby. Bring me a Amanda t I

Just ballerina bring and the baby her some wedding milk dress.and a Dear Santa Claus, 'f ,.itf;5tdnq4; l U :
bottle. I would like a popple, and for my l
I will meet you at the door. grandpa to get well. And can I havea l" s r-1 '
Shat'na Moryon bike, because I don't have them.
Love, ....
Dear Santa Claus, Sarah ....
How are you doing? I want a bike,
Rambo toy. Are you feeding the Dear Santa Claus,
reindeers? Frank Waring I want my daddy to get a truck. I remembering friendsFor

Dear Santa Claus,
I like you. I want a coloring book COMMUNITf I

and crayons. Michelle Griffis BIBLE CHURCH Those Folks

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Dear Santa Claus, ,i br'MK J-Wi E r.r l|if n;XBbrhil** far away
How are your reindeers? How is r
i Sunday.Stlw mvrt i.ii,4-tiU: imi;
Mrs Santa Claus? How are you? I ;SiwUnvWwtlli feijt'i'aii*:. :'f;tt home
want a football, helmet, football d ? 1 from ,
clothes and a motorcycle.Jason. J
Koonce Send a Gift

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December 18, 111116 TELKGKAPII Page:(/\

: ;, ..e -ter Starke to Apply ''i

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For Block GrantGrant I

writer Linda Day presentedthe city council was called to order by
proposed Community Develop- Mayor Vernon Silcox and the
ment Block Grant budget for the resolution to make application for
area west of the Econo-Lodge in the grant was passed.The resolution
'I north Starke, totaling$575,000 Tues- contained 3 provisions:
tl / \ .. L day night, Dec. 16 to city commis-
#+ That the city of Starke file an application -
sioners and visitors interested in the of
with the Department
grant. Community Affairs for small cities
The proposal was made by Ms.
block grant funds in an amount of
Day in a public hearing prior to the
Dec. 16 council meeting. The propos 575000.
'; ed budget provides for burying approximately That the of Starke be
,l lh two miles of 6" PVC authorized
to execute al! documents
water main, and corresponding related to making the application,
smaller to accomodate
pipe 56 and,
houses in the area, and a similar

wI amount of sewer lines with sewer That the city clerk, as chief executive
( to the houses. The
} : I4 hook-ups same officer, be authorized to act
fl( j budget also provides for $34,730 to in connection with the applicationand
administer the
5 grant. to provide such additional information -
Resolution Passes.., as may be required by the
I Following the public hearing, the Department of Community Affairs.

r :: : Track Boosters Meet Tues.The I

a w Bradford Track Booster Clubis W'hen track season starts another
and the goalill be to have and
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I meeting is set Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 7 volunteer help to run the events dur-
Straight-A Students for Second 6-Weeks at Lawtey Elementary... p.m. in the BHS gym. ing the meet. This is an area where
Anyone interested in helping is invited much help is needed lor the 8 to 10
Earning stralght-A's at Lawtey Elementary for the second six-weeks Third rowMathew Griffis Dominic Barber, Darrrll Diggs, Veronica to attend.It home meets, Paterson points out.
grading period were (I-r): Williams Dona Iloyle, Mikel Gaskins, LuTonya Prcvatt Dana Wilkison. will be an informal meeting with "Our track program, like all our
First row seatedJohn Pitcher, Shaunerla McQueen Victoria Fourth row- Ray I>Durban P.J. Harris Shannon Patrick. several immediate and long range athletic programs, plays an important -
Verunac, Lectisha Kiser, Henry Ross, Erika King Greg Durban. Fifth rowTina Eunice Melanie O' Stern Brandy Ross, Theresa goals, according to Buddy Paterson, roll in the lives ol our children
Second row, on kneesJeremy Pilcher Jaime ilinman Leighton Lee Juchnlewicz. Jonl Griffis Peter Juchnieuicz. Casey Crews president of the track boosters. One and they deserve our support," saysPalcrson.
Kristine Johns, Samantha Cowart Elisabeth Slater, Misti Golden, Not present for photo: Brandyn Paductt, Holly Tew, Michelle Konkel. of the first projects will be ,the 'Our facilities and programs
Brooke Gaskins, Marla Dickens. Najah Todd. rebuilding oi the track shed locatedon are a rellrction of our com
the south end of the BUS track, so munity so please plan to attend this
athletes from visiting schools will meeting and give your support."
have restrooms and a room for
coaches to meet. A concession standis For more information, contact
in the plans for a later date, Paterson Buddy Paterson, Bruce Jackson, or I
says Lev Lennon

Child Development CenterDoes

f1 wr h ,} your child care facility offer breakfast,
l lunch and a snack?

r, A( Does your child care offer gymnastics pro-

L grams?
i Ytx 'S i a a n.di
ti 4 2 1' m Does your child care have a child development

id d, x njr L 4n .d curriculum?

Does your child care have Free afterschool

i iwu Does your child care have Free vision and hear-

ing screening?

Does your child care have Free speech therapy?

l'r IR I; Does your child care have certified masters
is R oIx
d i degree educators?

", \\i i k fuv Does your child care' have ratio's of less than one

to ten?

Does your child care offer you the first month

I '""+ Straight-A Students for First 6-Weeks at Lawtey Elementary... Free? C.r1I1I.'Uun..030IIS.

." .'''' j''I" Making- straight-A's on their report cards fore first six-weeks Third row.Casey Crews, Rochelle Prevail fluke Ga.sklAs.Torv liunter.fj. We DoPleaseyCall.964-6794,for applications,. d, .l;
llarridale Hailei Bradley Ball. III' "'<
grading period at Lawtey Elementary were (l-rt)
First row- Leighton Lee. Cleveland McQueen, Henry Ross, Samantha Fourth row- Melaine VSlocn, Tina Eunice, Zack Smith Veronica
Cowart, Jaime Ilinman Misti Golden Brooke Gaskins. Marla Dickens Williams, Sherman Ross, Shannon Jf'ali'lik Greg Durban FIRST BAPTIST STARKE FLORIDA
Second row- Mathew Griffis Dominic Barber. Jeremy Pilcher Vic-
toria Verunac Dana Williams Esther Massey, Elisabeth Slater,Jennifer
Starling Kristine Johns Eriks King. Not present for photo: Michelle Konkel, liramljn Padg.U.r PRESENTS

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Girls JV Cager Squad / MMMMM1 Ig

Wins Two, Loses OneThe I g Season'sGreetings !!

junior varsity girl basketr The brts girls played good defensein I
team of BHS won two games and the KH game Vicki Williams .
lost one this past week to even their defensive play was the major reason Ii
season mark at 33. KH scored only seven points in the I i
BHS beat Keystone High 28-25 in second hall, Coach Eddins says.
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the Tornado gym, and Interlachen rodlotd 1 10 S 21 to all
43-16. The JV lost 22-20 in Eastside K..tona 9 9 4 3 39 i
night, Dec. 15, in the BHS Bradford (It-) Norman 107. William.. 237 II
Tuesday V Williams 2 0-4, Taylor 6 113 I ) Slmmont I 0.2. To'al i

gym. 13421 K.j.lon.((25)). S Kanga. 23.7. H. Artla 2.8. W. 3 ( iLt0t1 of our II i
Eastside 22- BUS 20 Strom.r I 0 3. T. Ca".,306, I. Ow.". I.0 2 Tatolt
BHS was down 13-6 at the half

against Eastside and got it down to 43 HIS 16 CustomersLawtey REBIRTH AND LIFE. .
22-20 plus had two shots in the last r I RAYORS I Ii I
few seconds but missed both. The Bradford girls led by Arkeva 'SUNDAY December 21st, 1986
all Williams with 11 points and Anne
BHS simply shot poorly night
said Coach Robert Eddins. Taylor with 14 points, went easily by i I at 7:30: P.M.
Interlachen 43-16 in Dec. 11
a gamein
.rodtord J S I a 20
loil.ld.' I I 6 1 22 the BHS gym. i iit
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Irodtord ((20)). Mormon 30... A William. I 0 I..V. .radlord 7 9 12 IS 43 I or
William.033.Taylor 2.1 I 5.Wood.2 a 4.Toioli 4 20l 0 i 4 19
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....,ld.((22)).Waihlnglon. 2 04,Cunningham 1.0 2., 'radlord ((43)). Norman 033. A William] 4311, US 301 782.3580 Lawtey, Florida j!I MONDAY December 22nd, 1986
Hill I19. Ihomo. 02. Gi.iy I 22. Tillman 0..1.1.Total. Taylor t-2 14.Brown 306. Allan I 1.2 4,Oalo.y 033.
9'4 22. Wood.2 a.... Total((19)). DagroH 1611,43lnMrnuh 336. Mac 2 a.. Ran L OPEN til 9 p.m.-,7 Days A Week !j i at 7:30: P.M.

BUS 28 Keystone 25 dolph 304. Prlngl I.0..3.Total.7216. i'AIAI'aI AMhMl1R' t! l'/IIWflA1L Al1M'AlarAaual'at! 'Mlritl(_ M'A'II'AR'A'AI i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE, FLORIDA
BHS was behind 18-15 the half, and Upcoming...
it down. With 3:31: ,
started closing
KH was up 24-23 and Anne Taylor hit Park The in BHS the Tornado JV girls gym play at Orange 6 p.m. M B B B t CLIP THIS COUPON B H B B .

'a free shot throw to put to BHS tie the up 2524.game KH at 25-25 hit a BHS today is(Thursday off for, Dec.the Christmas 18)). Then Bite Size Shrimp and Fries $2.00 .

with about 2:20: left.
An Anne Taylor free throw to put holidays.13 games remain after the Captain Ds@ Bite size shrimp, french fries hush puppies and cocktail sauce. .
Williamshit I
And Arkeva
BHS up 2625. Jan. 7 at
holidays, starting
two free throws with seven Gainesville High. Not good with any other special or discount Captain Hnt? B
seconds left to salt the 28-25 win. (at participating Captain D'D. jLJf O

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(I "fhr stma sIt Past, Present,., and Future tF!

and strings of while popcorn. The fir-*
was the Ut oT times..." 1861 "store bought" tree OI'M"sbe wet I

Starke's Christmas of 1W1-Camp Blair There was the Christmas 1861the saw were brought to Iowa by one of the P'

ding Dd o*. first year of the Civil War... a tune of doubt wealthy northern families who began...

I "It was the worst of times..." and despair, and uneasy fear of the future. ing here in the 18805 to invest in orange
There were, few, if any, toys under the tree groves before the '"big tntatsT m the
Starke's Christmas of 1933 'the Great that >ear, and families were considered 1890S '1 thought those ornaments were the
e Deprcl"storu c lucky if they were able to have seasoning most beautiful things I'd ever seen," she

.Vn degree A happiness and l> Idnt'ssoar like many other items,was in short supply, 1879In
and jX'ale.oant and plent ouch as and folks in this area were sometimes forced
must have inspired Chane Duken> w hen to seek the nearest seashore and boil 1879 the first printed account of
he wrote hilt memorable line the I tx- { water to obtain salt for the table. Christmas in appeared in the newly
] 'it' limes" and the 'AOrltof time r founded "Florida Telegraph"" first name

1877 of the Bradford County Telegraph, winch I thih
;, 1859 was started in July of that year. The editor .J f t
Then there was the Christmas of 1877
wrote "The Union Sunday School
the Christmas: of 1859- the
I There was from
w" hen the South was finally emerging
:ear<< the first railroad was' complevd the austerity and privation of post-war Christmas Tree exhibited at Sparfcman's ,
i I through Starke That mUlti! l have been d Reconstruction Days. The late Mrs. E.S. Hall on Christmas Eve was the handsomest -
ear oi' reJOIcing. and perhaps the kids Matthews whose father Louis Witkovski. thing of the kind we hare ever

I\en got some "shipped-m reads-nade. an early merchant, moved his family here seen. It contained over 300 presents, some
'r,:!>. since: up to then Starke had little ton from Georgia, remembered those not-so- of which were of much value"
I :,.tion with the ouL"I'I(- world !oJ:1u.'lhl"rc Christmases. She described their II
I merry /
roads and means ol'ransportdtion 1894
were no improved
first Christmas tree in Starke as a short-
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Santa .laucouldn t get leaf' from the nearby woods, = V
other their pine Then there was the Christmas of ISM. / /
mt and shopping in cluem ,
go decorated with homemade paper chains they ear of the Big Freeze that killed the -

< a orange groves. Starke had enjoyed a II
relatively mild Christmas morning '"tha V/
temperature of 55 degrees. But three days
l later The Telegraph earned stories of a
great otizzard in the East with readings asa
etUTpRJALS low < 20 degrees below zero The moraineof la--- -
December 29 saw the mercury down to -- -- F -

five degrees in Columbia, SC.. and the As Charles Dickens Sa;It I
blast ol arctic air sw ept on to Florida with

the mercury skidding to all-time! lows14in Christmas with since the
shopping: scrip, Christmas shopping. I
Starke. Gainesville and Jacksonville school board had no dollars to their
Cross Means Many ThingsTo and 15 In Dajtona. Oranges were frozen salaries, pay The Telegraph headlined that Starke en- I f
solid (on the trees and the icy cold even joyed its "busiest, dizziest Christmas '
split the trunks. It was the first signal of Jones-Langford-XVhite American season." Nat Sternberg, a clothing store
Many Different People the end of the citrus industry in North Legion Post regretfully cancelled their annual owner, said his December receipts had
Flonda. with repeat freezes in 1899 to Community Christmas Tree due to broken all records,and Howell Nasworthy,
finish up the job. lack of funds. a groceryman, exclaimed that "Business

-Franklin D. Roosevelt initiated the during the holiday season increased three:
1898 NRA (.National Recovery Act with all or four thousand percent."

There was the Christmas of 1896- lime merchants asked display the Blue Eagle The Starke post office, then located in
tfl f of rejoicing, since Starke had won the insignia in their windows, indicating their cramped quarters on Call Street, was still
+O + county seat back from Lake Butler... and cooperation with this anti-depression ef digging out of the avalanche of holiday

the local Guardsmen had been musteredout fort mall that swamped its crowded facilities.

on December 3 from duty in the -Mayor W.E. Middleton issued a "Buy Postmaster Fred Stump said "Stamp
C Spanish-American War, just in time to be Now" proclamation to encourage hesitant sales were at least two or three hundred
home for Christmas. It was a festive tune
Bradford percent above last Christmasand
County consumers to start shopping
in man Starke homes. again. general .delivery. mail was up a thousand

1918 -Bradford County farmers were getting percent
1r $100 Production Credit Corporation loansto Mayor Noon Wainwright gave a sober-
M Another happy Christmas was the one in bide them over to the next strawberry ing report that the town was in dire need of
H I 1918, just a few weeks, after the November additional police protection, a housing project
1 11 signing of the Armistice that ended the crop.Eight a new city hall, the widening of
( ItU..Fr: .. fighting in World War I. It was billed as hundred unemployed Bradford business streets new school facilities, new
,t, I"ulin "the war to end all wars"but, unfortunately County men were given public works water" wells, a hospital, and recreational
tiios.; B. lau miss 111 S| t11tll"iitin. .: C. (.f". of (Cal\dr ; D, it wasn't employment on roads and ditches at 40 "
('loss nf I.i.it.i ilw; I., 1'jliijiilMl I cr""'; F. fiict'k truss; G i, KutiHirr: II, si.An- cents an hour for a 30-hour week.It buildings.

,iliru's.I...:..,. .i,ni-::..'I.:.:Jet lisa'It-Ill rru..1. Papal, 11 i,..,: K. Mallcsr truss; I I.. Celtic 1933 w the Christmas record. That was a pretty big ordereven for
"'"'" as toughest on Santa Claus!
Christmas of' 1933 in the depths of the
Its Christmas time again and made with the right hand as an act of Great! Depression, was the most dismal on 1941 *

Starke's now famous lighted cross atop devotion; used symbolically as an orna- record As many families were" scrounging Then, in contrast, there was the Since that time, Christmases have been

our water tower is back in the news ment, as in heraldry, art, sculpture, around for a chicken to put on the table, instead Christmas of 1941, when, Camp Blanding pretty routine merry and cheery, for the
againthis time due largely to a letterto etc. ; or a constellation, the Southern ol the traditional turkey the follow- had been activated at the outset of World most part, as they should be.

:Major Silcox from the American Cross, as seen in the Southern ing evcnl-( were, taking place: War II and was teeming with service men Let's have another one of those in 1986.

i Civil: Liberties Union implying the Hemisphere. ..,,'r, :11! 't>:,,.hp"C had lo do their who thronged Call Street tel do their, That.a our.wish for everyone next week! J

P (Ff )ilYta yaw suit, These are just a few of the many .. : ,
definitions given in the dictionary
There have been ill-founded) com- which also gives this meaning: "A

plaints nit-picking determined before that organizations by the individuals vast who and seem some of mark a signature resembling by a a cross person, made unable insteadof to Curbing Drug Use Depends On Educationthrough

majority write his or her name .
passersby on t..S: 301. many of whom Curbing crack and partly for bale to others.
The Telegraph does not lay claim to is basically an educational -
consider the beautifully Congress, providing larger fines
lighted cross as Starke
process Rotarians were told The s her ill said that the big danger in
any legal training, but we do like to and longer terms for drug traffIcking..
an object of non-denominational inspiration at their luncheon meeting here last week crack is thai it is so cheap to buy and is so
and think we have a modicum of commonsense Finn said that basically, the war on
a highlight of their Sheriff Dolph Reddish said the sale and readily available to anyone, even children.
passage through Starke. In our layman's reasoning, we use of crack has had "a profound effect"on "The original form of cocaine was sniffed' drugs will have to be won by educating the
fail to see how the ACLU, or anyone increasing crime in the Bradford County and was the rich man's drug" Reddish public, and especially young people, to the
:Now the
cross is attracting else, could prove beyond a reasonable area, resulting in a wave, of thefts, mainly said, "But now the user can buy a chip for dangers and the disastrous effect drugs
widespread attention againthe focusof doubt, just which of the 61 definitions of t'i obtain funds to support an addiction to S3 and get an almost immediate'high' thatis will have. on their lives if they become addicted
television stations and photographersfrom drugs ten times higher than from other
the word the of Starke had in "
City drugs. Reddish said the depression after He
various and sundry newspapers.The The sheriff said that recent arrests of emphasized the importance of star
cross makes good copy at this time mind when placing the "ornamental"cross beral local dealers and a big supplier inGaJl1t'Svllle coming off the high is also ten times ting the education process during the for
atop its water tower. The greater than that experienced from other mative of child's life
meaning had slowed the traffic in crack years a especially in
of and
ear always stimulates a flash of the cross could very well be in the eye considerably, but it is still a serious problem drugs, causing the user to do anything in the elementary<< and middle schools. "By
Hood of letters to the editor, both pro of the beholder- it should be. Let it on a smaller scale. another his or her'fix'power." to get money enough for the time they reach high school they may
and con. have already formed a habit that will be
mean what it means to the viewer who The mode of operation has changed from "
Dean Finn member Senator difficult to break, the speaker said.
Sometimes the intense interest of should be the ultimate person to judge large sales and big profits, to small sales Chiles ,a of Lawton

anti-cross forces seems a hit hard to for himself or herself. For those who do by individual users who, buy the raw cocaine spoke briefly staff, was of the a guest Senator's at Rotary interest and in Both speakers agreed that the demandfor
$40 drugs would be reduced if the
in packages in Gainesville, bring public is
understand. The
1,664-page Random coulee its religious overtones, it 'it back and cook it, partly for their own use the problem and the important role be educated and well informed of the
House Dictionary of the English admired and enjoyed purely as played in getting a stronger anti-drug bill dangers.

Language contains 61 definitions of the a work of art

word cross. The \'o: 1 definition is "a A letter to the editor this week from a

structure consisting essentially of an concerned reader commended the City Letters to The EditorClay I

upright and a transverse piece, upon Commission for its decision that the

which persons were formerly put to cross will remain on the tower. We fully and Bradford
death." That included, of course, a man concur with this sentiment. Among the rently looking at altering the attendance Cross has brought instant peace, especially -
Should Have Fair for
Exchange Keystone Heights, (mainly for the
named Jesus, but it also includes thirteen crosses illustrated in the Ran- Of School Students Elementary School which is the smallest home on a from dark a hospital.night when you are driving j

hundredsnay thousandsof others dom House Dictionary, the cross in the Editor (5 acres) in the County. There will soon be
down through the pages of history. shape of the one on our tower is Telegraph: no room for additional portables. Today's We the people of Starke, Christians and
Last night I attended the monthly standards for an Elementary School require non-Christians, should have the right to
"A Latin
A cross can also be: any structure or designated as Cross". meeting of the Clay County School Board. 23-33 acres. say by majority vote what will or will not )'

monument in the form of a cross, set up So far we have not heard from the While the vote will not be taken for a The ill adorn our water tower. If one person does
review w conclude
as a memorial; the sign of the cross Latins! month or two, it appears as though Brad- in February by the a decision not want to look up to see the cross, that is ,
ford County students will no longer be Clay County School his or her right; if one person does want to. \
allowed to attend Keystone schools due to Board. An attempt is being made to serve look up and see the cross, that is his or her ,;
lack of room. This has been a continuing Clay and Bradford students in the best right It should be there so that we may exercise '
for and \is possible way Some tough decisions will our rights. The people other
problem years now coming to a have in :'
I C'mon. Be head. The number of students from Clay to be made. There are no school in places who do not want the Cross on our
a Christmas Angel Clay County that be
; County attending Bradford schools is approximately commodate the to ac- Tower can exercise their right and not '
the same number as the over-crowding at come to Starke.
Keystone Heights Elementary School The :
Bradford students
attending Clay schools. nearest Clay County Betty N. Warren
School is
The Clay County School Board still t"
1837 Ra if
over 40 minutes away. Until a new school ordRd.,Starke
their students to go to Bradford schools
can be justified in Keystone
while excluding Bradford students from Heights, we
their system.It have a very serious situation We may SFCC and the City
very well have to request assistance from Commended for "'
will be a great inconvenience to have Bradford County to adequately serve our Display \'.
my children bused 15 miles when I live less growing student population.Jack Of Christmas Symbols :
Itf' .a D than B mile from Keystone schools, and Eckdahl, Chairman Dear Editor: ,

they usually walk. One representative of Clay Countv School Board I would like to
praise Santa Fe Community
the Bradford system told me to either -
move to Clay County or closer to Starke! Reader Defends RightTo city of Starke College for Endowment Corp", and the "
having the courage to
I urge parents in the disputed Bradfordarea Display Cross display the beautiful nativity scene on U.S. I:
to contact Clay and Bradford School Editor, Telegraph: 301 _
Boards to voice their disapproval. I also In a day when lawsuits 1
At the December 2 City Commission and insults rage
urge the Bradford County School to not Meeting, the position was taken that the over church/state "separation"" it is a i
allow Clay County students if the Clay real privilege to live in
Cross on the Water Tower will remain a community with
You T...O.dw oa.. --- --6.dtod-County TNpr.on' -- T School Board does not allow Bradford where it is and that the ACLU can take leaders who are committed enough to 1
II.' of/ FIOt'2' The
students. School Board
Clay wants allow
.---CoanouiIon -__ c;!!" __ M.ICnlna!! Tau their cake and eat it too. whatever action It wants and we will. de of Jesus us to Christ enjoy this reminder of the birth j
$4000 wow fend.
1 53 00 1'33 00 i ':
seooo $now $10000 $21600 Richard L. Crane Thank you City Commissioners f I Imagine that thousands of travelers #
Clwclu Mould be made puibn' SFCC Enooonwnl-Corpo---.-non--- at.2, Box360KKeystone will view this scene and perhaps they will
Those in this who attach
8t.rtt.Cen.orI''k. HeightsIn religious pause for a moment, forget the "hurry"and
.. Fiorina 32091I904SMJ significance to the Cross can look up when the "busy" and
( ) they are in need and driving down the road remember that
to the above glorious
( night
letter 2,000
V.I l I ...n.lo SEND A BOOK TO COLLEGE" Eckdahl response chairman of the Clay ro. nty and it is like a reminder to them that thereis first Christmas! years ago the very
a power greater !than we who is there if
H.m."o-..-, -,----_.-_ _ School Board, has offered the following explanation ,we will only look up. Thank you, SFCC and city officials for

Add-.. __ ___.___ ______ :) your willingness to share this beauty of
Phon.Numb.,.__. __ .__ _. Amoun'O'Ch.Ck.ncloedl_.__.__,. _._P'.., Ulm.--------- .. holds Those religious who do significance notbelieve do that not the have Cross to Christmas with your city!

PI..dedIC...boolila ,- .-r- .._ _. ___ __ r. __ __ There are currently 136 Bradford County look up to see Jt,|PJ': fficy'do: want to look Jan McRae,Starke

or,in mofnwyot" *. . ...- .. --.., -- ,.... -- students attending Keystone Heights up, it U simply'tuuuuhin : of beauty which
[ -- -- schools.There are 57 Clay County students Starve s water tower. .
attending Bradford County schools.
i Several times; in the past'year, through
The Clay County School Board is cur- much family illness and problems, the Merry Chriitmas),



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December IN, 19116 TELEGRAPH Page:SA

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.. Chrisandra Hamilton Honored
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::; ,:' Social Side '. Club News' With Two Bridal Showers

Chrisandra Hamilton, the Jesse J. Moore, Jr., in Lawtey.
of th' Nolicea daughter of Mr. &: Mrs. Irie Assisting Mrs. Moore as hostesseswere
Church Items Hamilton of Lawtey, and bride-elect Lois Moore and Harriett Davis.
='-o'J of Benjamin Stephenson of Ft. The Moore's home was decoratedfor
News Lauderdale, was given a bridal Christmas and all the gifts were
vr x weddings shower Friday, December 5, after placed under the Christmas tree
ffl I school at Lawtey Elementary. The before Chris and her guests sharedin
;. I Receptions shower was given by Dot Moore, the opening.The .
,. i 1'J Parties. i Darlene Hobbs, Kitten Denmark, guests were greeted at the
., : ''t' Sharon Aaron, Alice Anderson, Joy door by Harriett Davis and Alice
r Godall and Susan Starling. Hudson. Harridell Bright cut the
Chris was given a country pitcherand cake, Patricia Smith served the
I '. .. welcome banner for her kitchen
a punch, Paulette Strong supervisedthe
Pace and Crawford by the hostesses. games and Lois Moore assistedin
: I After enjoying refreshments of the opening and displaying of
cake and punch the honoree was gifts.
l s. f presented with many lovely items As a momento of the ocassion, a
f Wed by Candlelight for her home by the 20 guests pre. video tape cover with "Our Wed-
'I sent. ding, The Stephensons", printed in
Chrisandra was also honored witha gold and a video of the wedding will
bridal shower Saturday, be to the
given happy couple.

1 E In LB First BaptistIn December..6, at the homeof Mrs. .. ._ ._._. u __._ .
iJ1'l' li'lraiJlll li\fi'\ '& li'l Jll jJ'MLiJ'
Diana The bride carried a cascade bou-
a candlelight ,
Lynn Pace and Dennis ceremony Crawfordwere quet of suede rose and white silk .\' .
united In marriage on Satur- flowers. Beaded pearl leaves with '
day, November 8 at 7 P.M. In the chantilly lace and miniature orchids :JLri4l
First Baptist Church in Lake Butler. entwined with ivey, satin bows and ., > ofaJ BIUJ
Reverend Melvin Owen performedthe streamers.Diana carried a lace edg- l ,, ,
double ring ceremony.The ed linen hankerchief belonging to -.
bride Is the daughter of Mr. her grandmother. %s:5):: : 964-4956
and Mrs. Thomas Calvin Pace of Mrs. Laura Owen directed the
Lake Butler and the groom is the son wedding. VISA a, 1005 S. Water Street (Hwy 100 s) II

Lake of Mr City.: and Mrs. Bill Crawford of Reception Followed... MASTERCARD Next to Plnehurst Grocery I!
The altar was surrounded with A reception followed the ceremony -
Thanks and Season's Greetings It
I baskets of greenery with a half moon in the fellowship hall which was ..""
candle spray which formed a crown decorated with assorted greenery. iti ,.rd I to All of Our Customers!
and two spiral candelabrums with Guests were greeted by Mrs. Linn ,.. It
white burning tapers entwined with Mooneyham, while Rhonda Archer 1 i
ivey and silk miniature carnations. kept the bride's book. I 10%
1''' Each window held a green spray The bride's table was covered witha Off I

with white burning tapers. white tablecloth edged in scallop .
Cash &
on Carry Items with this ad
;1 Nuptial music was presented by lace and centered with a three tier w

[v. Mrs.Duane Renae Archer Allen,accompaniedhimself organist. Mr. wedding waterfall cake with flowing sitting water.on top of a 'IMr. .1ara.f l; t I t f I t\\iAf t )ftI f. )*t l*I 1

and sang "The Wedding The top was adorned with a bride
Song", "With This Ring" and "The and groom. There were stairways and Mrs. Dennis Crawford
Bridal .
The the
Prayer" groom sang leading from each side onto two CCOfflFOffJ7l
to the bride the
I' song"Crazy" during tiers. Another set of stairways led
I' ceremony after the lighting of the onto a round cake which was Following a wedding trip to Busch Rehearsal Supper...
Unity Candle.
centered in front of the bridal party. Gardens in the Tampa area the cou
{'I'; Mr. Bill Crawford served as best The cake was accented with bells, ple will reside in Lake Butler. A rehearsal supper was held on
man, Dennis Crawford, Jr. served Friday, November 7 in the =- -- -
silk flowers and small ribbon bows.
as Junior best man. Ushers were The cake was flanked with silver Diana Is a graduate of Union fellowship hall of the First Baptist
:j Eric Pace and Mark Mazzola, and candelabrums with burning tapers. County High School and is employedby Church.A Let
Ricky Wheeler was ring bearer. All Mrs. Colette Rosier and Mrs. Gail Pride (Prison Industries).Dennisis buffet meal was hosted by Mr.
attired in Miami Vice tux- and Mrs. Bill Crawford. The
j were style a graduate of Columbia supperwas
Thomas cut the cake. The cake was High
i edos.Mrs. made by the brides paternal grandmother School and is employed by Ilillan- attended by members ol the WARREN'SHeating
Kimberly Norris, the bride'ssister Mrs. Dolly Pace. dale Farms of Florida, Inc. wedding party and families.
: was matron of honor. She The choose a carrot cake
groom & Air
of suede of
wore a gown rose matte
which was made by the bride's'maternal
taffeta with a basque waist. The grandmother, Mrs. Lois Bennett Doc WainwrightMeet
bodice featured shirred front and ,
a Elizabeth Mathews. The cake was Plumbing & Elec. Service
back with shirred sleeves and she
flanked with crystal candelbrumswith
carried a brandy snifter lit by a burning tapers. Mrs. Shary Again and Wed Dec. 11

cnadle. Attached was a silk lily with Gordon cut the cake. help you with their
ribbon streamers. The punch table was centered witha Doc Wainwright and Lois Judd Reception and Medical Center, and
Bridal attendants were Pauletta silver punch bowl surrounded by were high school sweethearts 50 Louie Lee Wainwright, director of "
Phillips, Carolyn Sapp, Julie pink camelias and greenery. years ago. the Florida Division of Corrections.The Complete Sales & ServiceHeat
Thomas, and Traci Thomas was Presiding at the punch bowl were Both attended the 90th reunion other Wainwright brothers are
flower girl. The attendants were attired Mrs. Connie Davis and Mrs. Judy Oct. 24.25 at Bradford High. They the late Pete, and Bill, Edward
in gowns matching the matron Woodall. got together after the recent BUS Jack and Dan.
;1. .- of honor and also carried a lighted Assisting in serving the guests reunion and were married Dec. 11 in The new Mrs. Wainwright is the Pump Specialist
"'"" ... ,- .. ..brandy.snifter. were Mrs. Lynn Bishop Mrs. Peggy Macclenny.Lois mother ol Lieutenant Glen Moore of
Given in marriage by her father, Bracewell Mrs. Cassie Driggers, Judd is Lois Judd Moore Ben- the Bradford Sheriffs Department
: the bride wore a full length gown of Mrs. Judy Pettit Mrs. Adelaide nett, and a 1937 BUS graduate and Mrs. Jean Norman, both oBradfordCounty All Makes of Conditioners t

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scallops.The Mrs. Pat Green pinned corsageson graduate and one of eight brothers
bodice featured the sabrina the members of the wedding from Lawtey including James(Cob retire, a second time, Jan. 15. The
neckline. A fingertip length veil edg- ty and hostesses. Emily Owen par- by) Wainwright newly elected Wainwrights plan to live after that 964-7230 269-7706 4739068Starke
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Church Happenings Morton will provide technical expertise First Christian Church Flnlay,- with the Sacrament of Mr. ft Mrs. Sam Baglier led their
and direction to provide profes Reconciliation.This is an opportuni Parish RENEW Small Group Team
St. Marks Episcopal. First Church sional sound quality for the perfor- Cantata Set Dec. 21 ty for aU Catholics to properly and other parishioners in a programof
Baptist mances. The choir of the First Christian prepare for the Christmas Season. Christmas music Friday night
First Presbyterian Plans Christmas The community of Starke Is invited Church of Starke will present a Can- Christmas Eve Masses 7 p.m. Dec. 12. The group sang Christmas
Plan Joint CantataThe Musical CelebrationFirst to come and experience Christmas this tata by. Charles Towler entitled and 10 pm. Christmas Day- 10 a.m. carols at the Whispering Pines Care
musical celebration. is Center and visited homes of sick -
"God's Perfect Gift". It will be persons
Baptist Church of Starke is such a wonderful time of the year Altar in the area. Sam was a delight
combined choirs of St. Mark'sEpiscopal of presented Sunday, December 21 at Society PartyOn
and music is great what
Church and First Musical scheduled Celebration to present a Christmas entitled makes it so wonderful.a part Your personal 10:45 a.m.in the church-on West Can Sunday Dec. 14, the St. Ed. an Santa Claus. ,
Presbyterian Church of Starke planto celebration of Jesus' birth will 3t. ward's Altar Society hosted a
present their second annual ser- "Cradle The King With Praise" Sun- be beautifully enhanced and Solos and duets will be by Tom and Christmas Party In the parish hall
vice of worship in music on Sunday day and Monday nights, Dec. 21 -22 by attending this Judy Crafton, Kim Casey and Deb- for parishioners and friends.
December 21. at 7:30: p.m. both nights. Herb bie Wright, Bob Jones, Rosala The hall was decorated with
Stuckey Minister of Music at First event
Brown Steve Wright Carolyn
Under the direction of Nancy Baptist will be directing the Youth and Jim Faulkner. Narration poinsettia arrangements and a
by Hayes lighted tree. Refreshments and food
Green choir director of St. Mark's musical which has been in production Program will be by Tom Crafton. ,Shirley tables were covered with red Happy
the combined choirs will present for over four months Scheduled For Dec. 19 Douglas will accompany at the cloths. The tables were lined holiday with

Lani Smith's Christmas Cantata Starke Church of God piano. Choir director is Elaine holly, greenery and mirrored red
"This Holy Child". The cantata will Birthday
This special musical presentationwill Smith. votive lights well
be narrated by Pat Slack. Soloists feature the choir and orchestraof "No Pillow For His Head" will be Everyone is invited to attend. Christmas tree as ornaments.The as miniature.
will be Jacque Crosby of St. Mark's First Baptist. Soloists include presented Friday December 19, at dinner
and Joey Herres and Carol Smith of Donna at the Starke Church of was by Zita
Mrs. Patty Kay Elder, Mrs. 7:30: p.m. Shuford assisted
St. ,
Edward's News by Dorothy Rife.
First Presbyterian. Organist Sides, Miss Cheryl Stucky Mr. Don God 422 N. St. Clair St. Decorations done
were Mavis
Charlotte Greene and pianist June Neel, Mr Jim Duncan and Mr. Christmas ScheduleOn Scoggins with the by of.Sallye
help Ruth
Edwards will provide the accompaniment David Canova. Lighting;; will be provided The presentation will be from the Thursday Dec. 18, an Meng.Betty Dazinski Society President -
for the performance.The by Mr. David Dodge who has Youth Dept. of the church. The Advent Penance Service will held ,was in charge of arrangements
church extends a warm hand of at St. Edward's Catholic Church. for the affair.Christmas. Griffis
will begin at 7-30: p.m. been involved with lighting for most
at First Presbyterian Church 921 major theatrical and musical productions welcome to the community to attend Visiting priests will be present to
East Call St., SUrke held in Starke. Mr. Maxi! this Christmas program. assist the Pastor, Father Joseph Caroling

Probate Division the addr.ss of which I U COURT OF a.t.nres,It any, Terence .
Clerk to the Board FLORIDA.IN AND FOR to M. Brawn
12/112tchg 12/11 Bradford County Courthouse North BRADFORD COUNTY Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Drawer 40.
LegalNotices NOTICE Tempi Avenue Stark., Florida. The Case t6-19l-CA Stark, Florida 3201. on or before
NOTICE Is hereby given that on Monday and addresses of the personalrepresentative
name ARTHUR SMITH. December 31, 1786.and file the original
5, 1987 at 10.00: o'clock
January and the personal
Gator NOTICE Plaintiff with the Clerk a'this Court before or I Immediately -
A.M. the undersigned. The Board of County Commissioners of representative's attorney are tot forth thereafter otherwise a
Frelghtwoys, Inc., will sell at public auction vs.VESTA
Bradford will TYSON default will be entered for
for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd.,. Jacksonville County open sealed bids against you
on Monday, January 9, 1987 at 10:00 persons are required to Defendant. the relief demanded In the Petition.
lot of window screensconsigned
on. file with this WITHIN THREE MON-
Window Co., a.m. for construction en renovating of court. NOTICE OF ACTION WITNESS my hand and seal of thisCourt
to Superior and decks the Sign Shop and replacement of exit THS OF THI FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS TO VESTA TYSON on the Ith day of December, 19t .
Miami, Fla. lot of bases
; one all claims the estate
((1)) against
doors at the Shop. Bids for the Address Unknown GILBERT S.BROWN
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO consigned to Jock Eckerd Drugs, Miami and ((2)) objection by an interested
to North renovating and r.plac.ment of the any YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action Clerk of the Court
REGISTER lot of table consigned
; one doors either b. person on whom this notice was served based the of real Undo L.
Fla. can separate or combined on purchase pro. Byi
FICTITIOUS NAME Port City Planning Dept. Ft. Myers : that challenges the validity of the will
bids The located In Bradford has As clerk"12114teh811
Specification far the
County Deputy

Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida on.lot of bedding consigned to Frances construction the qualification of the personal) party
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the Mlntop. Miami Fla.; one lot of compressor and doors can be obtained representative, venue,or Jurisdiction of been filed against you and you ore required -
either at the Clerk's Office to of written
the Bradford serve
at q copy your
undersigned, Thomas Cole, Rt. I, Box consigned to Major Appliance the court.
86, Hampton, Flo 32044, sole owner, doIng Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; one lot of flour.cent .,- County Road Courthouse or at.the Bradford ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
business under the firm name of bulbs consigned to Gold Coast County Department.The FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
Bradford Aluminum A Screening, Rt. 1, Chem, Miami Fla.; one lot of auto Board of County Commissioners of Publication of this Notice has begunon Happy 40thBirthday
Box 86, Hampton, Fla 32044 intends to covers consigned to Zayres, Clearwater Bradford County Reserve the right to re December 11, 1986.
register said fictitious name under the Fla., one lot of swings consigned to s: lest any and all bids. Personal Representative,
aforesaid statute. Belk Lindsey, Delond, Fla.. CI: Express Gilbert S.Brown Mary Lewis Grave.
Dated this 2 day of Dec., A.D. 1986 In Freight, Tampa, Fla.. to satisfy freightand Clerk to the Board 101 South Walnut Street
Bradford und.r the provisions 12/l12tchg 12/18
County. storage charges Starke,Florida
12/4 4tpd 12/24 of Section 4b( )of Uniform StandardBill Attorney for Personal Representative
Pro. 03.922068 dtd 10/21/86 PUBILC NOTICE 925-E North Temple Avenue
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Pro. 03.918293 dtd 10/2'86 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Stark. Florida 32091Telephonei
REGISTER Pro. 01.926138 dtd 101586Pro Town of Breaker will hold a General ((904)) 964-5200
FICTITIOUS NAME 12.872979 dtd 10,686Pro. Election on Tuesday, February 17, 1917 12112tchg12IBIN
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida 12.873185 dtd 101686Pro. for the following offices from your friends in

Statutes notice Is hereby given that the 14.780009 dtd 91886Pro. Town Mayor New Orleans WEST & Starke
Town Councilman Groups 1.3 ,
undersigned Charles E. Van Zant Sr. 02.741218 dtd 9/9/86 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT _
Architect, Route 2, Box 313, Keystone Pro. 03.860845 dtd 8/7/86 t Candidates for the above-offices may
Hgts., Fla., 32656 sole owner doing Gator Frelghtways. Inc., Carrier qualify at Town Hall, during regular Ii1111M1eSf 1xSS143TJd>II AM7RiE11iEi>sM1SE fapJ11 1CiElKi PsEltaB/rsisalt,.+r.aypgmslKslrfd8A1Let
business under the firm name of Van 12/l82tchg 12/24 business hours, beginning on December
Zont Associates, Route 2, Box 313 ---- 29, 1984 and ending on January 6, 1917. I TERWILLEGAR
Keystone Hgts. Fla 32656, intends to 12/112tchg 12/11 .t: I
register said fictitious name under the '. .. .
aforesaid statute. I MOTORS be Your
Dated this 1 day of December, A.D., NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR I
1986 In Bradford County. Bradford County Board of County BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
12/4 4tpd 12/24 Commissioners will open Sealed Bids on PROBATE DIVISIONFile
Monday January 5, 1987 at 10:00 a.m. Number-l6-80-CP B Santa This Year!
for the re-roofing of the Agriculture DIvlslon-PROBATE I
The for the roofing ESTATE OF
Building. specifications IN RE:
can be obtained In the Clerk of The DONALD AlVIN GRAVES
FICTITIOUS NAME Circuit Court office In the Bradford County Deceased II
Pursuant to Section 865.09
Statutes notice is hereby that the The Board of County Commissioners administration of the estate of I II
undersigned, Sari WiJkerson and SylvIa/ reierve the right to reject any and all Donald Alvin Graves, deceased File I Below Dealer
bid.. Number Is In the Circuit
Wilkerson, lolnt owners, doing business 86-80-CP pending
under the firm name of Sylvia Nurseryand Gilbert S. Brown Court for Bradford County, Florida, I II
Garden Center intends to register I Invoice

said fictitious name under the aforesaid .". ....'/< ',rr .. ,,' tt'

statute.Dated this 9 day of December A.D.. I II
1986 in Bradford County. I Q

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: EDWARD Address LYNN Unknown WATKINS. Husband 186 Ranger $8695 I III

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac ((1 Only) / .
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against you and you are required to -
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any to Terence M. Brown At'nrney for All Active $8'J95
Wife, P.O. Drawer 40 Starke. Florida Tennis & (5 $ 6,875 .
FootwearREDUCED I Only) V-6, Air ,
32091 on or before January 1, 1987 and Racquetball Ford
file the with the Clerk of this *
original #
Court before or ironed a'ely'hereafter; ; Equipment 1 9. gOlo \Discount $1,300 1986 Escort I
otherwise a default will be entered Interest $
against you for the relief demanded in I 15,575 IW
he Pe'iion. 1987 Bronco II Terwillegar 1987 Escort GT
WITNESS my hand and seal of this Discount $1,580
Court on ho 24th day of November, &
1986. South 301 Plaza e Starke 1 4x2 Fully Loaded I
GILBERT S. BROWN f $13 995 2 Door & 4 Door

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[Katherine Rengering Weds -

Leland J. Engelkens Dec. 13

Katherine C Rengering of Colum Thu bride, Udugiiter ul Mr. & ivn& ,
bia and Leland John Engelkens of Jerome P. Rengering of Raiford, attends -- -i
Polo, IL, were united in marriage Columbia High School and is ,!:

l Saturday, December 13, at Three majoring in Bible and missions at ":
Rivers Baptist Church. The 6 p.m. Columbia Bible College.
ceremony was performed by Rev. The bridegroom, son of Mr. &Mrs. -I
3 ; ,Joe Parker and Mr. Julian Riddle Arnold H. Engelkens of Polo, IL, ,
r.r r. : and was followed by a reception in Graduated from Forreston High 1
r the church fellowship hall. is majoring in Bible and
missions at Columbia
Bible College
f U.D.C. Hosts Christmas Luncheon 1IIf1"!;

r Mrs Mona Canova and Mrs. R.A. ul vantage: points with table enus ,
Green, Sr presented the Music Pro- marked with large red & green plaid
gram on the Meaning and Customsof ribbon bows and red velvet reindeer.
Christmas songs al the W. T. Mrs Marguerite Hall gave the
Weeks Chapter, United Daughters, devotional scripture reading from
the Confederacy Christmas Lun- Luke 2: 1-20. Miss Virginia Crawford ., +
l cheon held at the Woman's Club sang "Sweet Little Jesus" The {wP

Monday, Dec 15 group had a sing-along of the carols :
The U-shaped table was covered led by Miss Crawford. Guests pre- _
: byth white cloths with green pine sent were Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf of
garlands trailing through the center Starke, Mrs. Carol McLendon of
and large red& white candles placedat Jacksonville, Mrs. Buford Mitchell,
intervals. The centerpiece was a Mrs. Louise Baker, Mrs. Lucile Hub-
Santa Claus arrangement with holly bard, Mrs David Taber and Mrs
and mistletoe. Poinsettas were used Rosie Piper of Keystone Heights.

f M I Woman's Club Enjoys Christmas Tea 4b

Mrs. Engelkens Mrs. Herb Thomas (Peggy), designating tneir meeting: pieces: b
president, greeted guests in the which have been unearthed when excavations -
I foyer of the Woman's Club at their were made in Palestine. It
Little Women's Club to Donate Gift annual Christmas Tea held was the intent of Jacque Crosley .r x ,

December 10. Guests were invited chairman, that the true meaning of
From Proceeds of Christmas FormalThe Christmas be felt all
into the club room where one's eyes by attendingthe (

Starke Woman's Club the Mini-flamingos pulling toy were immediately drawn to the tea.
was bouquets
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid
Chris Mon centered past presidentand
on the stage cur-
setting for the annual LittleWomen's laden white sleighs acted as center. t
tain which honoree of the tea, along with
signifies the Life of
Club Christmas Formal the table
on pieces on package
Christ. Mrs. J.D. Warren greeted guests in
Saturday evening, Dec. 6. tops wrapped in teal and hot pink
Tina Gonzales
the main
Palm trees club room. Pouring punch
' A gift from the proceeds of the ribbons. The Sun Room was the set native of Palestine,
shone forth and presiding at the tea table were
gala event will be given to the Adam ting for the finger foods. The mini- white lights, symbolic of
and Vanessa Powell funds. decorated the Life of Christ white ornaments, of the club. The love- I
Hardy white Christmas tree, Christmas the Tina Gonzales Wins
ly arrangement on
designating purity, green branches
The theme, Christmas To with hot pink ribbons and crystal
tea table made for
Florida, was carried out with flamingos the focal of the depicting creativity and silver and was especially
garlands, was point
Pageant in JacksonvilleTina
wearing Santa caps gold ornaments proclaiming Christ the club by Mrs. Janet Starling of
the Flower and Gift
throughout the party room amid Samuel Cornell, "Super C", enter. Kingship. Early Christians carved Lawtey Shop Staike. She
these symbols on walls of the Floor hostesses were members of Gonzales 17, of Starke was was sponsored: by
silver stars and tinsel gathered with tained the hundred and twenty-five the social committee. crowned winner of both the Beauty Handyman Fence
in Rome
. ", teal and hot pink bows. Continuing couples spinning sounds for their thus and Photogenic competiton in the Petersburg photographer Tomas
the tropical theme were 7 ft. silk dancing pleasure during the hours of Sweetheart Pageant held Sunday Bruce took the winning photo with
palms with teal and hot pink balloon seven until midnight.shus December 14, in Jacksonville. make-up by Kathaleen Leasure

Tina is employed by Powell's Burnett. Tina originally from St
Community News OUNCINGAmanda Dairy Freeze in Starke and is the Petersburg, plans to attend collegeand
King radio personality of laughter of Ellen Sakowski also of study oceanography and eventually
Homecoming Set Jacksonville. The banquet will begin pursue a modeling career.

Greater Allen Chapel AME immediately after morning servicein Eloise
Church is sponsoring a Holiday the church dining room. Banquetwill Lee Cooper Ashley Suzanne Weyand Starling, STARKE

Homecoming Service and Banquet feature Minister Ross Chandler. Lewis and Ann Cooper of Starke Rev & Mrs. David Weyand of Curtis O. JonesTo CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday, December 28. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2,50 proudly announce the birth of their Theressa, (Associate Pastor of Hope Wed Soon
Morning service begins at 11 a.m. for children, according to Rev E.O. daughter, Amanda Lee, born Baptist Church), proudly announcethe 422 N. St. Clair 964.5445
with the speaker being Rev. Mar- Howard, Jr., the pastor. November 26, 1986 in Gainesville. birth of their daughter, Ashley Eloise Starling and Curtis O. Walter F. Montz, PastorWe
\manda joins a brother, Alan Jones of Sturke announce their ap-
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Suzanne, born November 27, 1986 in invite you to worship with us.
Thigpen. proaching marriage Saturday Dec.
Alachua General in Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are Earl Ashley weighed 7 Ibs., 12 ozs., and 27, at 7 p.m. at Grace Baptist Attended Nursery
The Adult Choir and Elizabeth Cox of Starke. was 19'' inches long. Church.All Sunday School .10am
Paternal grandparents are Bob Maternal: grandparents are Mr. & friends and relatives are invited Morning Worship 11 am
to attend the and the Service 6
and Sarah Cooper of Starke. Mrs. Kent Froom of Dumfries, VA. wedding pm
which will follow. Wednesday Youth 7:30
of reception pm
Beth Gabrielle Ilutcheson Paternal grandparents are Mr. &
Mrs. Lester of Indianapolis,
Chuck & Rosa Ilutcheson of Weyand .. .. .. .
l IN _- --- ---- THE BRADFORD
The 1st United Methodist Church Newberry proudly announce the

birth of their daughter, Beth I Ate you iiilt-ri'sli-d in writing for the COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Gabrielle born December 1, 19H6 at Jacob Dillon KnightMr. ; local newspaper The Bradford Published ocr\ 'I'll 1 111'.1.1\
presents Alachua General Hospital in County Telegraph is searching for a
Andrew C. of at 135: \V. (' ,ill Slri-i-t
: & Mrs. Knight ;
Gainesville. Beth weighed 6 IDS., 15 ) person to Jill the/ Mciallditors posii
Sturke proudly announce the birth of Starke. Florida ..12091Stcmul :
Light" -. ozs. i tion. Tim person that we are looking
; -=* ""i***-***! :Everlasting *? Maternal grandparents are Rosy- their ton, Jacob Dillon born { for should be outgoing and in.tere..tfd !
,...-._.. M- Yrr Mw F.NR'r.- --- -November'-15, 1986 'at-Baptist Classpostal-.paid t \ !at.l '
Lee Hull and the late Hay C. Hull Sr., in community activities Stark rloricfii l.
''A Christmas Carol for a Dark World ol LaBelle, FL.Paternal Medical Center. i The use 01'n camera and com-
grandparents are Jacob weighed 9 Ibs., 6 ozs. i puterizml typesetting equipment/ will, Subscription Hall's:
Charles & Barbara Ilutcheson of Maternal grandparents are Mr. & be necessary If you have these Intrude urea: S12.00wr 1 : \ \ r.u'
by Claire Cloninger & Mark Hayes Starke. Mrs A. R. (Rudolph) Sapp of 1 qualifications/ / please send ti brief" $i,00 six months

Paternal great-grandmothers are Starke. i resume to I'.O Drawer A. Starke.FL. ,
Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Outside urea: S I 13; per > car
Dec. 22 11 Edith Hutcheson ol Starke and Mary
Sunday morning a.!:..
Mrs. J. C. Knight of Lawtey.
Hill. Hampton .-._.-._.-._- -- $7.50 six nundhsstrr

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I Christmas Eve at 7:30 p.m.

In the Church Sanctuary BETYOU I

Public Invited Q

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Brought to you

Jim Walter Homes By Orlan Wells

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a gantastic football fact.
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that did not allow team to
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m SEASON! Can you Imagine a 'i !! .. L4' your holiday season. And we ask you -
In order to keep abreast of the times, Jim Walter Homes
tougher defense than that? please use it carefully. Always read
continues to improve the homes we build and the ser-
Did you know that there was
vices we offer. If you haven't visited one of our display once a football called the ': and follow instructions that come with gifts

parks recently come see us now. "Confusion Bowl"game by sport i; that are powered by electricity. For example use:

Modem, newly designed homes writers? It happened when Miami ; only grounded extension cords, don't trim hedges

Exciting new color schemes played Miami! That was Miami of .. _.' when the ground is wet and keep electric cords

More than 20 models-2 to 4 bedrooms, 1,2 and Florida meeting Miami of Ohio. !7h. 11 out of the way of cutting edges.
2ft baths .. r!.
They played against each other In p "" )" -\ "
/ New siding options .,,"'t;' both 1945 and 1946.I ,. ; "" ... Christmas lights also should be used with care.

Septic Central tanks heat and air conditioning I bet you didn't know., that this Keep them away from flammable decorations,

Reduced prices Is the time to save on a new car at 9' check for worn or broken sockets cracked insulation

No down payment to qualified property owners Orlan Wells Chevy-Olds... where :: : and frayed cords, turn them off when you go out

No points, closing costs or application fees you get GMAC financing... We *.;S\ and use no more than three sets of lights
10% APR Fixed-mortgage financing also have a good selection of used ,. -
Transferrable mortgages cars... Come In and see for r. on an extension cord.And of course,

Proclaimed Americas NUMBER ONE builder of yourself. never put lights on a metal tree.

detached magazine single-family homes by BUILDER >'t' 3 tl, Make safety your first New Year's resolution.

More than 100 locations in 17 states r And have a most joyous holiday season.
Licensed to build in 21 states t"::"
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More than 250.000 homes built -

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The Lake Butler Church of Cod; ParkeI', Johnny) and Tina Welch
proudly announces their upcoming Harold Kelly, Jane Welch and John
Christmas play "The' Shoemakers. Adam, Waters
f.t f.
f.l l Dream". \ .. ::1"1\,; \

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'certtkred' entire -
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play is
Ct a congregation invite the public to
shoemaker and his wife (
played by
attend this
exciting to
play see
+ Jerald and Margaret Dicks),who
1' I l I. fi;, '. it expect how Christ just may visit you this ; 1
ly l Jesus to visit them ron Christmas season 1 : 1I
Christmas Eve. Come and see how :
Jesus does visit them in many'dif- The church is located at 480 S.W. I
ferent ways. 3rd 'Street. "The Shoemakers
I Dream" will be'presented on Satur- 1 '

We would like to extend bur thanksto day, Dec. 20 at 7:30 P.M. and againon + -r
each and every cast member for Sunday, Dec. 21 at 6:30: P.M. .v
Ii their tireless efforts in making this The Lake Butler Church of God.
play possible. Jerald and MargaretDicks "An exciting church with an exciting
James. Gwen and Mike message. 496-3659 or 496-3852.
1ir"c I
I Pictured left to right) are Auxiliary members Thelma Wise, Ruth
Foster Home
Meng, Rose McConnell and Jane Trawlck.
The Shoemakers' Dream...

i 'f) 'the l...k.. Biitlrr. (:liurrh of <<<;'101| will prmrnl their <4< lirlxnwii ploy| un !>..<...20.21. Enjoy Cl1ristm-as'Lunch; Hospital Auxiliary Hosts

Cunl of llir play inrluilrm JrrnUI' and. Mai-linn l>lrk..mu....., (iwm and Mike Parker, I
Johnny ..n"l'ln.. U clfh. llurolil Krlly,unit Jiini Wclrli and John Aduni W......... Twenty-two elderly and disabled five-dollar bille, thanks to the kind Christmas Tea
generosity of the Woman's Club of
residents of Bradford County's Adult
-. ...ri. Starke. ,
Foster Homes and their sponsors ;
_-"2i \ were honored by a special The Auxiliary of Bradford Hospital, Inc., recently held their annual I

'. Christmas Luncheon prepared. for The program ended with a rousing members.The Christmas. Tea and Bazaar for the employees, board and medical staff
rendition of favorite Christmas tea was held in the hospital library.
them by the "Lunch Bunch" of the carols sung by all.
First Presbyterian Church of Starke *

on Friday, Dec. 12.The holiday feastof Aging and Adult Counselor Loris AVAaSxsAfefAln l ilafAlo lofA- 31aR1eNilyd/e 14i61eRf14oi> 517siA1rrdi.
y.w turkey and all the trimmings was Meece and Service Aide Darla
followed by a musical program. A Hollifield wish to express their
ts i J a? f1. gratitude to Rev. Jerry Patton the fi Gno'sClassic : .

... door-prize of a budding Bromiliad "Lunch Bunch", to Mr. & Mrs. Har-
t' plant was won by Arthur Sinabian a rell Connelly, the Woman's Club of I Cuts & Styles I II'
r client of Joyce Coleman's foster Starke, and to all who helped make l
home. this holiday occasion such a
Each client received a crisp new memorable success. 'iyd

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i. : -' $ -\ : i. Charles R. Green Receives f

'r Master of Divinity Degree 4
I Welcomes I II

Charles Robert Green received a is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Herbert A. #
Master of Divinity Degree from Green, Sr., of Starke and is marriedto LUCY CAGLE
Southeastern Baptist Theological Kathy Taylor Green. I y i I
Seminary Wake Forest, North Attending commencement exer-
Carolina commencement exercises cises from Starke were Mr. &: Mrs. Holiday Specials
December 13. Herbert Green, Mrs. Carolyn Taylor .
Charles is a graduate of Bradford and son Richard, her parents, Mr. & I Perms Including cut I
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High and Stetson University. He is Mrs. W. R. Eatman and Mrs. Dale

presently serving as pastor ofPope's Wilcox and daughter, Whitney of Haircuts . . . . t
Chapel. Franklmton NC. He Fernandina Beach. 25.0011
I W7 I Ii'" [r Frostings . . . *

.: Kathy Gaines ReadyTo Shampoo & Sets . . I

Graduate from UNF Eyebrow Waxing . . 5.00 1

Kathy (Mrs. David) Teston Education and Human Services. I
I Brooker News. Gaines of Starke is among 395 Commencement is scheduled to be Gift Certificates Available
students slated to receive diplomas held outdoors on the University
by Sue when the University of North Green at 11 a.m. In the event of inclement !
School ActivitiesThe children "If you have trouble, I am Florida holds its fall comment-- weather, the ceremony will )1 488 N. Tempi' Avt. film Brawn Frazat 1
Brooker PTA is sponsoring a only a phone call away call me". ment ceremony Saturday Dec. 20. be held at the Florida Community jjj SultfAStarki Salon Managar )f
visit from Santa at the school The old tractor was fired up, the ket- Gaines is scheduled to receive her College at Jacksonville South Cam- 1&& Hortdi 964-6777 i1I
cafeteria Thursday evening, Dec. 18. tle put on to boil and syrup makingwas Bachelor of Arts in 'Education pus gymnasium on Beach Blvd., across Itllllt from BHS Maria C. Walker 1
A program of song and music will be well on its way. Mr. Waterson degree, with a major in Elementary roughly a mile from the UNF cam- 1s iI
rfis roc rsc IrAa rsc rmc floc tail sac rsc toot i l9anPae lrAx smnws Tsai f wr ttnnaan(
presented to the guest by the having had experience as a syrup Education. from UNF's, College Of pus.
students beginning at 7:30: p.m. maker was put in charge of the : '.::I.. "<*!!!f 7' .vti ... ..
The finished .. .
Following this, Santa will give out a cooking. product was -- --
bag of goodies to each child present, bottled around midnight. La wtey
compliments of the PTA. Mr. Green has been moved from
the hospital in Gainesville to the Elem. News. CHRISTMASWISIIESSAVE
Traditions Still UpheldThe Memorial Regional Rehabilitative

era of the mule drawn mill Center 3599 University Building The following names were omitted
has faded in the but the South, Jacksonville FL 32216. Cardsof
sweep past from last week's honor roll listing:,

cane method juice of syrup remains making the same.from sugar preciated encouragement by Mr. will Green.be greatly Daughter ap- 3rd Grade; UP TO 50 % OJt>II e.ultly f-5 p.m. BUY NOW AND SAVE

The mule has been replaced by the Mary said her father had begun to Stacy Howard. ,.AMUhI/
tractor. The cane is still hand fed in- respond to therapy Sunday and was 4th All A's: ANhhvtKM egg WJ ,I 1 "K
the rollers beginning to move the damaged side \\J
to to extract the juice. Matthew Griffis. NYI. ". C ,
Gas is used for cooking instead of the of his body.Rodney. LYNUINh hAY UUIh IUI'M. Et IuN
r I IIxIMh
former wood burning method. The Alan Carmichael A's & B's: A DIAMOND ;595 NA OIiUlkll ,. ,

finished product of a couple gallonsof Dardie Bolin,Jamie Chamberlain Nx Rd BY, I ...J"" \ l1169\ ',n uriM.S149 MCTIIIIW $899
syrup from a cooking of juice Rodney & Phyllis Carmichael of Corine Coyle, Kyle Fishburn, Tonya ?A. GNNIIINR UIw6IMAMIIND Ned "nn'r
after 3 to 3'a' hours seems a small Hampton happily announce the birthof Griffis, Gregory Johnson William '279 .IT 1w ,,N ONYX'UlAMUNIJ
price to pay for the tasty results. their son, Rodney Alan, born (Gareth) Starling Darrell Diggs. <. R..1 NM, '69 tN:TW NCI'TW
This was in evidence at the homeof December 9 in Alachua General in ,I ) N'FIIIIINII oll'AM.INIl. :IIANII' RcH. la.Y't. ._ < ,..-:i A.I Mv1W '499nounW
Russell Green last Saturday. Gainesville. Correction... -'_ "".JJo' YuuR' A Ixmx .?
Father Green, being in the hospitaldue Rodney weighed 7 Ibs., 9 ozs., and Jack Smith should have been Zack (:.lJ 1199p + ICTTW y
to a freak accident last month, was 20 Va inches long at birth, and he Smith in the 4th grade A &: B listings. cnolce sxao r -; x.' 1Y" HFf6g0'LOVB '995
joins a sister Christina, who is 5'/4.' RW Slaw
could not be present to perform the ... Iw "Y
feat of so many years. Maternal grandparents are Mr. &:
The combined efforts of daughtersJo Mrs. Howard E. Klein of Hampton -s. IDIAMOND MAAG1118, GTHRYGTAY6 MNSCRAY! NUT

Ann Beverly, Mary and son Lake and the late James A. DavisSr. FLA.TW1N '' O uxxc 69 s599 RM .... e.
Harvey, along with friends Brenda ., of Tucson, AZ. Maternal great- LT TOIIKIDAI. ...
Miller a student at the University of grandmother is Pearl Lea Davis of Starke 964-5451 nM. .un'' MIMAAINflIgg DUMIWnM 0 e ".
Fla., Freddie Waterson of Bayless Hampton. GENUINE 699 4900
Highway and William Foster working Paternal grandparents are Layton Open Every Night AI Ile GEMSTONES 1199 UN Rd .Y.N fl. I

together has kept the tradition &: Norma Roush of Hampton and Mr. -------------- AAWCRNIIINIAIIAYAMD Ir1 '.. ,.. ..A ,Cf1W 1149..lV 1." It j .
alive started by Father Green so & Mrs. Gilbert Carmichael of Ar- $2.00 SPECIALSat. (III C8N11''INB9NAYYIIIAB I:.. >=' ONVIC
many years ago. cher. Paternal greatgrandparentsare Sun. 5:00: Showing .WAMUND -: '.. ," 1899 Ad. u1A/ 1149
After much discussion with Mr. Rev. &: Mrs. Raymond A. Tuesday Showings RoO .aY
Green. an order was issued to his Williams of Hampton. -- -------- 1198 J
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Mow f

I Hampton Hilitesby 4f t AUIIIOf1AN Showing, Ilnsw'391D. 'wcrTW 595 ,DIAMOND ONYX* MtN S SOUTAIRH.

..- .rDUNDEE 14KT. Gold R. '199 199
Dolores Meng A.I nut .
A 169 a rr nv ,p DIAMOND ACCESSORIES Aa 'na
Su-Els Retirement Party niter Phiter and Clayton Archey; sin k ; 199 vCrTW PENDANT 11 dAM0/A1
Residents of Su-Els Retirement Lisa Jones; 6th Mary Wood w9 HK HNHANOJR
Home were entertained with a Audrey Brown. Allen Rhoden and *199RW
Christmas Party and Dinner held at Linda Baker; 7th Steven Earnest There's a little of him in all of u 'Yr.f/57 Jf-RNRY UNHCTTW -
the Home Friday night. Dec. 12. and Becky Watson; 8th Sharon b
Virgil and Suzie Walker, Home Godwin; 9th Kristopher Hinson and ao a CDA IWWv1QLM PCTURE '499 R...I)) Ouw ,- m' allr

managers, hosted the Party. Roger Mitzel; 10th Dewey Mc- SCREEN 2 WCTTW M MYI IIKAMDNp wl.169I. 7M
Christmas music was provided by Clellan Kim Smith and Sandra '349 129
members of the Sampson City Aviles; llth-Kirk Williams,Cynthia Starts Friday Dec. 19 Rasyi

Church of God. Rev. Gene Bass, Casner and Joseph Griffis; 12th n1 IA ly? CULTURED ANNIVERSARIES CCNIJ'NIIC\RNIT PRONG
Christmas Beth Kennan, Macey Rhoden and wow PEARLS ... ."' 4
Pastor gave a message. t .;gON" DIAMOND
Following the program gifts were Billy Kyle; 13th Johnny Hernandezand CLASP .
distributed and dinner was served to Rev. Raymond Williams; 14th- 49 wUT nv 799 e. n, FBNUANTS IAIWNCSICTTW .
the residents and their relatives and Clay Archey, Crystal Coggins and .. A.AUMI I. NM .w
friends. Hazel Thomas Waldron; 15th Nikki '! CENUINS'DIAMOND AMITHV9T err M. $49 JIT. $19M.CT
< Wolf and Wilma Clark; 16th Angie r/rtTw 129U 119. w-CfTWiiy.
599 HI.WCTTW *cr nut $279 V.CITW Va $279
Honored Mitchell Raymond Striker Martin
!Mrs. Sheppard .-- ... ..l. Nut $899 ., $499
Meng and Susan Parmenter wcr n.a nrrrw M
; 18th R+I um
Mrs. Sandy Sheppard was
Honored with a Baby Shower on Fri Paula Rhoden and Dana Underhill; 301 DRIVE-iii YOUR CHOICE $349. Gonu'OpoI_Doemond' YOUR CHOICE

day night. Dec. 12, given at the homeof Dell 19th -20th Jason Leslie McCullough and Sidney Closed for Winter *129 R.4 $.., $88 DIAMOND PII-K.HKK
Mrs Bobbie Sheppard. Hostessesfor ; McKinney. A'-3a1 ;rux '99
the event werp Elaine Lott, '149 : ,.I {I.1
Shirley Phillips and Myrtice Green. Reu.Y
The refreshment table was r J 6
covered with a while lace cloth and HCFTW
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held a cake decorated with a teddy ,
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mints were also served. ,,1{ E K'S

Nursery theme and other games ,,
were played and prizes given. Mrs. DPAL AA1FIl IlIV1r I 1 ': 7,4'I
Sheppard received many lovely, A UUMUND IIIAMIIhII =
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useful baby gifts. COllie Worship with Us on Christmas Eve i

CondolenceSympathy Eurly Carols at 10:30 p.m.

is extended to the fami-

ly ami friends of Mr. George (Collie/ ) Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
Kigdon who died on Dec. 9. Mr. y
Rigdon will be remembered as the For the Feast of the Nativity of Our Lord cJewelty"( .Gtft ,C'I A i
custodian at /
friendly Hampton
Elementary School previous to his Beginning at 11:00 p.m.Nursery : "
retirement. _,, 9847271V
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I BHS Grid-Ironers Survive Tough Season 5 Receive Awards_ I

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Survivors that's what Coach Tornado gridders were honored The 1986 Tornadoes played tough the""difference between a winning The inexperience factor has been. defense from among half-dozen

David Hurse calls the 1986 Bradford last Thursday night, Dec. 11, at the defense, but always allowed the big and a losing season in 1987, the coach helped by the recent football season; .choices given by Sexton.
High football players who finished annual football banquet in the National play to beat them. It only took one stressed. there is a good nucleus returning for
with a 2-8 record. Guard armory on Edwards mistake with a Tornado offense that Coach Hurse pledged to do 1987, Coach Hurse said. Team Offensive Lineman...
Football challenges a player's Road. had much trouble putting the foot everything he can to have a winning strength has improved some but Stalwart tackle Billy Harrell was
physical stamina and courage. it is Each player was introduced by ball across the goal line. t record next season, but said he can't must improve even more. And the recipient of the outstanding offensive -

one of toughest challenges a youth members of the Bradford High Challenge Laid Down. do it without help from the players. players must do agility drills to im- lineman award. Coach Jay God-
can face today, said speaker Paul coaching staff, and pertinent .. A winning season next year means prove their quickenss. win pointed out that Harrell was ask-
Lounsbury, offensive line coach for remarks made about each player. Coach Hurse lauded the gridders dedication and hard work now, the It will take hard work and ed to play lot of different positions
the University of Florida football The season really wasn't what he for sticking the season out in the face Head Tornado said. sacrifice to have a winning season in during the season, was asked to be a
team. When you play football you hoped it would be as far as the win of adversity.But Few 1986 gridders put forth much 1987. A winning season means the team leader and did a super job.
learn about hard work and what it and loss record, said Defensive the veteran coach also appealed effort to work out over the summer, players must work out this summer, .
produces. It means a lot of sacrifice Coordinator Mike Sexton, but the to the parents and young football and were six weeks behind when the and be in good physical condition -
but in the end is worth it, no matter players had a lot going, and accomplished players to have returning players season started. The 1986 gridderswere when practice begins next fall. Offensive Back...
what the record, Coach Lounsbury some things they didn't come down and work out three days slow,weak, and inexperienced, Players coming to practice out of Fullback Greg Wiggins earned the
!said think possible. per week this summer. It will mean Hurse said. condition means the coaches must offensive back award.. Wiggins

run a physical conditioning programand played nearly every down of football

I !R I II II attempt to teach football at the this year at fullback and defensive
Ivr'I' same time, Coach Hurse points out. rover back. He was the only back

Tired football players are injury returning with any experience, and
prone, the veteran coach said was an effective blocker
I r'' 4 repeatedly.
Defensive Back...
_ _ The Awards.
.. Cornerback David Hamilton was
named the team's
Coaches gave awards to outstanding outstanding
defensive back by Coach Charlie
on the 1986 football
team In players their areas of specialty. Simpkins. Hamilton had 30 tackles
and 11 assisted tackles and four pas*

wllJn AA interceptions, and was the team's.
L4 punter.Cornerback.
d 1! Most Improved... is not a position, it is a
i. ,I' r Drop end Mike Gray, who playedan predicament, said Coach Simpkins,
outside linebacker position very quoting Herb AUerlee.Sportsmanship .
crucial to the the Tornado 4-4

i defense, was presented by Most Improved Award...

award by Coach Mike Sex- Billy Harrell and David Hamiltontied
i ton. Gray developed into a tremen- for the best sportsmanshipaward.
dous defensive ball player this .

season and can play with anybody It was a very tough decision, said
right now, Coach Sexton said. Coach Hurse, who doesn't like ties in
awards. The sportsmanship award
u"r'a b was presented on merit and both

f Scholar Athlete... players led by example, both young
I Fullback-rover back Greg Wig- men are very capable. The scholar--
gins won the scholar athlete award ship attached had nothing to do with'who

with a 3.5 grade point avera(;e. was chosen for the award, said
Coach Hurse stresses academicswith Coach Hurse.

the players, Coach Sexton .
pointed out.Defensive. All District...

Three Tornado players, Ron
Lineman... Brown, Billy Harrell, and David
I The outstanding defensive Hamilton, have been named to the
lineman award went to senior Ron All-District football team by the

Award Winners at Tornado Football Banquet... Brown, a three year letter-man. Florida High School Coaches -
Brown played inside linebackermost Association, Coach Hurse announc-
UP Defensive Line Coach Paul Lounsbury, left was featured speakerat Billy Ilarrell, sportsmanship award co-winner and outstanding offensive of the time and called the
the 1986 Bradford football Dec. 11. lineman Ron defensive lineman, and David ed.In
High banquet ; Brown outstanding defensive signals. Brown has a addition Ron Brown is one of
Award winning members are the football team are (i-r): Greg Wiggins Hamilton, sportsmanship award co-winner and outstanding defensive good head for the game, said Coach very six district players to be chosen to

: scholarship athlete and outstanding; Mike Gray, most improved; back. Sexton, and many times made the play in the Florida-Georgia All-Star

coach look good by calling the right game this month.

. Tornado Cagers Just Miss Baker County Set for Rematch in TournamentBradford's I

1-2 basketballers get Bradford five, however, has the Big Ron Brown picked up his third basket, and Rodney Mosley got a _., 8 14 It 26. 49
back into action today (Thursday, potential to win the tournament with foul just before the half after sittingout feed from Smith for a layup. ......Ie... 14 21 18 12 ,66
BrwMonl ((44) Brown 3.0.6. 9-0-10, Chandler
Dec. 18)) at 5 p.m. against Baker some good play., much of the second period, and Malachi Jenkins, picking up the 4-3-11. Bly. 4210. J.nklr.1 10-222, Motley 2.2.6,
High in a Christmas tournament in fouled out in the last of the- third slack after Diggs and Brown were Smith 114. Total.39.8-44.
Lake City at the new high school. period. out, put BHS up 64-63 with just undera ..... ((69)) o. lulu 4-1-13. Thompson 4-1-13
Eight teams are entered and Baker 69 BUS 66 BHS was up 14-8 after the first minute left, then rebounded and 2613.69.Bradford Wflllloml.3-8-14. V. Hull. ", 8ornum 102.Totoll

guaranteed to play all three days, Inconsistency in the final four period 36-24 at the half, and 54-43 scored to put BHS up 6665.
Dec. 18-20. minutes of the game saw homecourt after the third period Baker went ahead 67-66 with 37 46 Clay 43
Baker came from 10 points behindto Baker High take a last-minute 69-66 Baker stole the basketball twiceon seconds left on a driving layup by Ron Brown and Malachi Jenkins
beat the Tornado five 69-66 last win over the Tornado five which led bad Bradford passes for four Gerald Ruise. picked up the slack for foul-plagued
Friday night Bradford played 3'/fe most of the game by 10 points. t ,aa quick points to open the fourth With 13 seconds left Bradford's center Pat Diggs last Thursday
quarters of pretty good basketball, Baker was faster and quicker than ."" period, cutting the BHS lead to Malachi Jenkins was called for night Dec. 11, and led the Bradfordfive
says Coach Jay Godwin. Key to the BHS five and used aggressive seven, 54-47. charging, turning the basketballover. to a 46-43 overtime win over ,,
beating Baker is to be real patient, play as they pressed the Tornadoes. In the final five minutes eight fouls Baker fans just about broughtthe Clay High in Green Cove Springs.
slow the pace down and control the Bradford's big men, 6-6 Pat Diggs were called on the Tornado five and roof down as that turnover The game was tied 40-40 at the end
tempo, Coach Godwin says. and 6-2 Ron Brown, spent at least _,t four on Baker as the Baker five assured their win. of regulation play. BHS outscored
BHS beat Clay High 56-43 in over half the game on the bench in foul played aggressively to get possession Rodney Mosley purposefully foul- Clay 6-3 in overtime.
time Dec. 11. "We showe some trouble. of the basketball. ed Baker's Ivory Williams with 11 With Diggs able to play only abouta
character to win at Clay in Baker converted missed long seconds remaining, and Williams hit quarter and a half because of foul
overtime," said Coach Godwin. BHS Baker outscored BUS 13-8 at the shots by Bradford point guard the one-and-one free throws for the trouble, Brown and Jenkins took
did not play too well, but hung tough free throw line. BHS had 21 reboundsthe Eugene Blye into baskets and 69-66 final score.Bradford's control underneath. Brown finished
the fourth quarter and in overtime, first half, 10 the second. generally controlled the defensive Malachi Jenkins was with 10 rebounds and five blocked
the coach noted. Diggs, the BHS center got two boards in the final minutes. game high scorer with 22 points, shots. Jenkins added 10 points, 12 rebounds -
Practice this week hasn't been quick fouls at the game's openingand Baker fans raised the roof as the mostly from the top of the key and and two steals. Rob Norman
that good, Coach Godwin noted sat down. Starting the third team closed the gap. Two driving rebouding and putting back up miss- and Eugene Blye chipped in with 10
Wednesday afternoon. The players quarter Diggs was called for back- layups by Gerald Ruise and Victor ed Tornado shots. points each.
have not been real sharp mentally.If to-back fouls quickly and sat down Ruise one a three point play on a Jenkins had 9 rebounds for Brad andiord 8 14 10 1 6 46
practice is any indication the Tornado He started the fourth period L2, BHS foul, cut the Bradford lead to ford, Ron Brown and Pat Diggs 8 Clay High 6, 14 12 6 3 41
Bradford (44)) Brown 1 0-4 Dlggi 2.04. Norman
five is in for a rought tournament paying conservatively but fouled 60-59 with 3:06: left in the game. each. 9-0-10, Bly.4.2.10,JenMnl 0-10 I Smith 1-0-2,Borry
Coach Godwin says. The out with about four mintues to go. Spencer Smith scored two baskets, Four of five Baker players were in 1-0-2. Total 21.4-46. ,,
Clay High ((43)) Parkf .0.2. Grubb. I 0-2 Dial
one off a feed from Eugene Blye and double figures, led by Victor Ruise 9-2-13 Johnson'.'3. 102.Plumrr .
rebounding and putting up another with 19 points. .r 1.4-8, Monro..9-2-12 Total. 15.II 41Men's

I Lady Cagers Win 3

Set in StarkeDon't I
The Bradford varsity girl basket- fight Basketball Tourney
bailers beat Gainesville Eastside When Beverly took the ball to the -
46-32 and the second string played hoop and an ES player confrontedher ,1A plan your Christmas too out. Everybody's invited to watch start Saturday, Dec. 27, at 7:30 p.m.
about half the time in the BHS gym she passed off to a teammate soon! the basketball showdown. So come The championship game starts at 9
Tuesday night, Dec. 16. something BHS needs, says Coach There is a special basketball out and support your favorite team. p.m. Come out and watch some exciting -
Last Friday BHS took Keystone Slater. Christmas tournament coming to There will be eight teams in the tour basketball action with plentyof
High, currently ranked No. 1 in the Leading scorer was Felicia Davis Leading... Starke. nament scheduled for December 25, trophies for the winners! This
state, down to the wire before losingat with 13 points. Davis also had 6 rebounds Tlierc will be a basketball tourna- 26 & 27.The tournament is presented by the
Mulni-hi No. 11 I
Ji-nkiim led Ilie
the free throw line. The field goals Ann Starling and freshman with 22 Bukrr Ti.rninlum ment held at the R.J.E. Gym in championship night will be Bradford County Stars & Concerned
were even but BHS was 7 for 26 from Rhonda Bright each added points, : when lion point apiiinnl Starke. So come on out and check it Saturday, Dec. 27. The tournament citizens.
the charity line KHS was 12 for 18. Bright led the rebounding with 9. County foulrd nut kicks off at 7 p.m., Dec. 25., and Fri Some of the teams that will be par-

Both teams were real aggressive Ann Starling did a good job down day, Dec. 26, at 7 p.m. On Saturday ticipating are: BC Stars, Lake
offensively and defensively. under. She had just four reboundsbut GrapplersMiss morning at 11 a.m., two semi-final Butler, Keystone, The Starke War
"They've got a good ball club," says is starting to do a lot of the little games will be played, then the final riors, Green Cove Springs, Lawteyand
Coach John Slater. things needed, like blocking the big will be held. A conciliation game will several other teams.

BHS blew Interlachen away last girl out. BishopBishop -.
Thursday night 71-19 and easily took Eastside's best player tore .
Eastside Tuesday night. ligaments in her leg, was operatedon Kenny's senior laden and A p'ii
BHS is 3-4 so far this season. At last week and missed the game. undefeated wrestling team won a

this time last year BHS was 4-3, but Brodford..,. 17 II II 744f 57-9 decision over Bradford High in 4v.q, Js$
4 13 All. 32
this year has played tougher op- Jacksonville last Friday, Dec. 12. t
rodlord ((46)) Motl y A 3.11. Sp.ll 2 04 Wlllloml ,
ponents. BHS lost by one point to I 1.0.2. Starling 408. Dovll' S 3.13. Bright 408. Torah Brad Green won by a fault and ,
Live Oak, lost by 5 to KHS, and lost 20"'6 Chuck Coburn won by a decision for t4 ,
to Vanguard by 2 there and by 8 .....Id. ((32)) D Jo noon 6.1.13. Stormon 3 0.4. Bradford's nine points. Both remain .
Morgan)..!d 4 0 0 Johnson 01.1 Hall 2 0.. Total.
here. The BHS girls could easily 15.3.12 undefeated.
have been &-1 now. Meet results:

Coach Slater has been trying to 98Clark, BK, pinned Trickle, y, s
give his bench experience even in Keystone 48 BUS 43 BUS, in 3:30.:
the tough, close games. Now 105Tony, BK, won by forfeit.
freshman Rhonda Bright has A cold second quarter cost the
112Lehman, BK, pinned Renaud,
developed into the fifth starter. And, Bradford girl cagers a 48-43 loss to BHS, in 530.:

Slater now thinks he'll start Keystone High last Friday night, 119Green, BHS, pinned Roberts,
substituting two players at the time Dec. 12, in the BHS gym. BK, in 3:30:
rather than exchanging four as he KH's Ronda Arzie led all scoring
126Coburn, BHS, won a decisionover r
did Tuesday night, for more over-all with 17 points and Sheila Tomlinson Genotti, BK, 95. e
added 13 for the 7-1 Indian ladies. In
balance and
132- La veil, BK, won by a forfeit.
addition Arzie had six rebounds and
138Ramos BK pinned Elder in
five assists in thirdrankedClass
Christmas Tournament... leading 1:15.
2A KHS to the win.
BHS is in Christmas 145Monahan BK forfeit.
playing a won by
The BHS girls kept the
tournament which began yesterday game 155Yates, BK, decisioned Carver
closer than expected. It was 10-10
(Wednesday, Dec. 17) at North after the first period, but KHS 161. -
Marion.In 167- Bakkar, BK, won by forfeit.
outscored BHS 14-5 in the second
the eight team double elimina- period to take a 24-15 halftime advantage Flannagan, BK, decision over : ,
tion tournament, who BHS plays today and the Indians held on to Stillwell, BHS, 65. _
depends on who wins the GHS- win. BHS matched KHS 12-12 in the 220Citrano, BK, won by forfeit.
BHS game late Wednesday. A BHS third period and won the fourth Heavy weight- Bazely, BK, pinned f
win Thursday night would put BHS period 1612. Schafer in 1 minute. ,
in the Unlimiteddouble forfeit
finals Friday.
The field goals were even but KHS I
hit 12 of 18 free throws to 7 of 26 for
BUS 46 Eastside 32 Upcoming...
BHS. "That was the difference right
BHS's first five looked real good, there," said Coach Slater. The BHS wrestlers are still on the
and moved the basketball from one Beverly Mosley led BHS with 13 road this coming week until after .5

side to the other as good as they'veever points, Felicia Davis had 11 and Christmas.
done it against Eastside, Coach Rhonda Bright added 10 points for Wednesday, BHS was to wrestle at
Slater says.Beverly the 2-4 BHS girls. Flagler Palm Coast.
Tonight (Thursday, Dec. 18) BHS w au 'w
Mosley probablythe .
played 5.,.'... 10 14 12 12 41 -
best game of her career even lr.dfr.rd 10 ( 1> 14 43 goes to Baker County for a 7 p.m. --.
though scoring only 11 points. She K.y.ton. M.lghM ((48)). Aril o-J-17. Torr.llr.ion match. Hoops Action..
9-3-13. mdlMrn 3 1.7. Jo noon 23-T. T. Mundoll First match after Christmas is the
led with assists with five, had two this The tourney will be held at the RJE and will
2-.. Totals 18 12 48Bradford first back Get let for big hoops action latter on month a.
Jan. at
Wednesday 7 from
steals, and three rebounds. On ((4J). Moil.y 5-3-13. Dovl. 4 311. right Live Oak. the Men's Basketball League of Starke gets ready to feature more than eight different teams round
The first home match is
defense Mosley played out front on 9-0-10 K.on.dy 2.o.A. Starling 10-2 Sp.ll 1-13 host Christmas Tournament. the area.I .
the trap and gave the ES girls a good Tolall 18.7 43 that Friday, Jan. 9, with Lake Weir. .


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The Union County Times The Lake Region Monitor

inuraday.December 18, 1988
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B-> U Realtors Elect OfficersIf ,'i 1,)I

you are looking for evidence of Odom said in compiling the points bie Woodfin )
and -,'
growth in Bradford County, talk to system for Realtor Terwelligar and Crawford, baritone soprano Pat :
the local realtors in the area they Realtor Associate Dodd that the by Mona Canova, accompanied .1
are a group of positive thinkers con- system is extremely complicated.The Christmas music which presented eM"
cerning the community who markeda points are based on board activity "Winter included
new year last Friday night in a civic participation, state board Christmas Wonderland", "A r k
Song", "I'll Be Home For 4;
special event.
comittecs, general business ethics ,
Starke resident Cecelia Ter- leadership, etc. The Civic Awardpresented Christmas""Gesu Bambino"Then "Silver Bells", and 4 11eA :
willegar was named "Realtor of the to Dodge is a new award 3'i.
Year" Bill Dodd "Realtor and was based on his Kiwanis activities the Realtors and guests, led _
Associate" and David and theatrical by Ms. Woodfin, then sang: "Deck .
Dodge was productions in ? :
given a special award for"Civic Ac- the community. the Halls with Boughs of Holly", "0 } ;
tivities" Friday evening at the Top Social I KventIt Christmas Tree", "The Twelve L i# _
Starke Golf and Country Club. was a gala social event as well Days of Christmas", "Jingle Bells", ; .
Over one hundred attorneys as a meeting to mark the year's "City Sidewalks, Busy Sidewalks", _
bankers, civic leaders Realtors andfriends achievements.Two "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer",
attended the Seventh Annual talented local singers Deb- "What Child Is This", "Silent Night, q. .
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Holy Night" and ""We Wish You A ) x -
Annual Christmas Awards Banquetand Merry Christmas. ef ,e
Installation of Officers for 1987. The club house was beautifully
Vernie Odom, Banquet Chairman decorated with the head table and In- :
welcomed the guests and Bill DJgave 1u dividual tables covered with white
the invocation and pledge to A'p' linen cloths and centered with green
the flag. ribbons and arrangements of red ,
Cecelia Terwillegar, 1986 Presi- Carnations. A lighted Christmas
dent, introduced the head table, tree was on the right of the head
guests and the 1986 Board of Direc- table.
tors and recognized the dignitaries Harold McCormack of Vantage ilr/Lff/ A
present. Claude Sams, of Jackson- Mortgage, Gainesville, furnished at- ; -i:
ville, District I Vice President, was tractive door prizes which were won ,.
introduced and made a few A by Audry Kite and Opal Dickson
) remarks. Mona Canova drew the winning w ri -
. Pres. Terwillegar presented tickets. I.
"Special Recognition"awards to the Officers Installed v i- ': i:
I following: Richard Welty, Board Attorney Claude Sams installed the follow- a .
I ; Lavern Outlaw, Vice Presi- ing 1987 Officers and Directors: I \
dent; Vernie Odom, Secretary; Lavern Outlaw, President; Bill
Suzanne Kitchens, Treasurer; Dodd,Vice President; David Dodge, : Realtors :Meet...
David Dodge, RPAC Chariman and Secretary; Suzanne Kitchens, y I \ .
; Treasurer # I t The new officers of the Bradford
Director; Susan Faulkner, Orienta- ; Directors Susan
tion and Director; Harriett Maines, iiJI Faulkner, Harriet Maines and I .,.. County Board of Realtors include
; Cecelia (from.ft\ to right almxe): Harriet
Director Terwillegar.
; Bill Dodd, associate $ Karen Adams (
:Maines, Director Susan Kitchens,
Director; Pauline Randolph, is the Associate Director.In ;
Treasurer I.averm Outlaw, President i.
decorations the ;
and Jennifer Dodge, presenting gavel, to Lavern
Outlaw, ; Bill Dodd.1c.l'n..il'lIt\ ;
lights and sound.President 1987 President, Cecelia Ter-
willegar, the i David Dodge Secretary; Su..anJo'aulkn'r.
Terwelligar thanked all 1986 President, H ; '
others who remarked ;;r Director; and (('cella
had made this a successful ; "We are proud to have .
year. She said attendance at you as our very first male president. ft, Terwillefiar Director.At
local meetings had been excellentand I know you will do a very fine job." left: District I VicePresidentClaude
also representation at state Lavern Outlaw recognized the Sams, the uurst speaker
meetings was unusally good. Past Presidents: Cecelia Ter- from Jacksonville, shares a laugh!\
Bradford-Union is the smallest willegar, Lillian Pearson, Vernie with Cecelia Trr\ullrnar!\ (a lidO)
board in the state and the best." She Odom, Janet Starling, Susan and Vernie Odom (Islanding).
concluded by reading the "Eleven Faulkner, Harriett Manes and
Commandments of Good Business"and again, Cecelia Terwillegar. V e
"Let's Get Rid of Managementand Outlaw named as his committee VN ) a
Have Leadership" chairmen: Professional Standards -
Vernie Odom, Awards Chairman, Honored... Vernie Odom; Education and
presented the Presidential Plaque to Out-going 1986! President Cecelia Political Affairs Susan Faulkner:
Cecelia Terwillegar saying, "She Terwillegar... was named "Realtor of
has been.outstanding.. the Ve .r"_
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With the holiday us, it's time ,
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family sweet looth. Union County 1/4 cup all-purpose flour on.
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: Ancient Indian Canoes

Located on Local Peat Farm


I BYMarkFrledlin says,"So the finds we have recordedin "This is a very important find,and
BCT Staff Writer Florida so far have been amazing.The could turn out to be even more ex-
History usually doesn't yield iff high numbers are because of the citing than we realize," Newsom r 1
secrets easily. Researcher unique topography we have here, says. "Seven dugouts in one small
sometimes go through months anc and especially in the Keystone area make it the largest collection of
years of serening before they find remains Heights area, where many canoes pre-historic canoes we have found
of tools and other material have been found over the years." since we began recording the findsin
which tell them more about the pea Newsom said three old Indian 1980.We estimate,using the styles
pie who lived in this area more that canoes had been found in Hall Lake evident in the canoes and toolmarkson
1,000 years ago. and another three in nearby Smith the wood, that they are at least
Out at Stricklin's Peat Farm near Lake, but added that the concentration 3,000 years old."
McRae however, owner Ollie in this Peat Mine site surpasses The canoe's owners were the
Stricklin is starting to feel like the anything found in the area so far. $..Page 9B
lucky owner of an archeological goldmine
this week after dragline
operator; Barry Butler unearthed the
eighth and ninth ancient Indiar,
canoes to be found on his property ir
the past two years.
"We knew what to do this time,"
said Stricklin, who relishes the .- :''''' ---.o'I'l ; '.' ---' ".'. ''-'_' __ '1 rl ... 1 .,.- I
chance to be able to share his find
with the scientific community."We Li:1: :; r Big Find...
stopped work at the site and called ir Scientists attending an international conference on The canoes (in the foreground) were examined by
the experts. wetlands archeology at the University of Florida got more than 25 experts (on the hill who reconvenedtheir
"The Experts" were a group ol + j 1 Ar {. some exciting news last week when two ancient Indian conference at Stricklin's when the find was an-
scientists under the direction of Professor i' rr canoes were unearthed at Stricklin's Peat Farm near nounced.
Barbara Purdy who by happy McRae.
at the 1' -. -
coincidence were meeting i.1 h, ,.
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University of Florida for a :
"Wetlands Archeology" Conferencethe 3
same week. Purdy, who has
years of experience in researching
canoes and other pre-historic Indian
artifacts promptly re-convened her
conference at the site and let some of Merry Christmasfrom
the researchers "get their feet wet"
examining and probing the well 1--
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preserved canoe and ground it came all of us at

/ Ms. Purdy has concluded that the
/ canoes are made from yellow a + ;. ADVANCED ELECTRONICSGlenn
,,. "Heart Pine", now virtually extinctin k..yf
Florida due to its popularity with

commercial loggers,and were made Gordon, Pete, Yvonne, Wanda & Bob
in a "chip and burn" method.
Two years ago Stricklin and his
workers located a big find eight
canoes, of similar construction and f
material,only about 100 yards away
from the same site where the latest
canoes were recovered. a
Purdy thinks the area were the f %t 1Gr
Peat Mine is located was a river (
system long ago when Indian $1595
hunters floated silently down the 10' COMPLETE STS Installed
heavily foliaged waterways
search game. When a site was m-,
hunted out they sunk or buried their :
canoes and, being a nomadic people,, s a wI
moved on to the next hunting area.
Stricklin says it has cost him over NO MONEY DOWN -
$100,000 to stop work at the site while -...
the canoes were recovered but takesit : TIL AFTER CHRISTMAS -
in stride, saying he wants to help I -
the researchers find out more about
the inhabitants of his land so many
years ago.
It's an attitude many of the scien- k e r 'LFM.
tists on hand found refreshing after
dealing with the developers in other

parts of the slate whQ have bulldozed' ..
through important artifacts in their : IO.V. r
," ....._-rush to commercialize an area.< e P .H.-: }: t J ".M.MNII.I.
The canoes discovered last year y M ---.arl. j. 1.y McCRORY
were studied by UF Archeology stu-
dent Lynn Newsome. .,
Newsome and her team of experts:
visited the site, located in a dense
stand of forest off Highway 214 near
the tiny town, and marked off the
area where the canoes were found
with wooden stakes.
Most of the dugout canoes are now : .__ ?r'y' 1HOLIDAY
lying under about five feet of water
and another three to four feet of

peat. Examination...
Newsom will return soon with additional
of Florida examine the remains -
equipment to begin assessing ;;- Experts from a conference at the University
il two an. ..t Indian canoes located on Stricklin's Peat Farm. "
the scope of the find. and traveled to the site included ,
who Mere at the
in almost Experts
Two canoe hulls, one I
perfect condition and the other in scientists from England,Germany, The Netherlands and other countries. .

large fragments, were brought to / \ U.S. 301 South SAL' r' .
the surface of a shallow lake in .. .
Bradford Square
which peat miners had been plying MBRltfR .
their trade. Workers have now i) Starke
located the intact hulls of five more

canoes fact leads in the researchers same location.to believe That OUTBOA\e Cit Give Your Child

that the site may be an important

one.Newsom and her collegues have PROCRAFT TACKLE'-"ARINE" a !\\ AGGRESSOR
been cataloging ancient Indian HYDRA SPORTALUMACRAFT ( GEMINI An Action ChristmasSAVE
canoe finds since 1980 and now have BAHA I
recorded 175 canoes in Florida, by C)
far the highest total for any state in
the nation. Phone ((904)) 282-3115/6/
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December 18, IIKB! SECTION. : Huge 1I 5

I ObituariesEldon ,
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Grover Rowell We pray God's blessing to all. Graveside services were held Lake Butler died Saturday morning Survivors include three sisters, Wednesday December 17, in Mt.
Mr. Eldon Grover Rowell, 87 of Mrs. Bertha Smith&family December 17, 1986 at Brown after a brief illness. Ardelia Jordon of Bronson Laura Zion Cemetery in Union County with
Starke died Monday December 15 Cemetery with the Rev. Gene Bass Mr. Barnck was born in Carlisle, Ilea ton of Pooler, GA Maude the Rev. Raymond Baer officiating.
1986 in North Florida Regional Card of ThanksWe officiating Archie Tanner Funeral Pennsylvania! and had lived near 1 Ilea ton of Alapaha, GA; several Archer Funeral Home of Lake
\ Hospital in Gainesville following a would like to express our Home of Starke was in charge of arrangements Lake Buller for the past 23 years He nieces and nephews Butler is in charge of the arrangements -
brief illness gratitude to family and friends for was an automobile mechanic. Graveside services were held .
the food cards and all the beautiful Survivors include his parents,
Mr Rowell was born in Madison flowers., Ruby M. GriffisMrs. Glenn K & Ruth A Barrick of Lake -........-..-.. .
Ooimiy on May 16,1899 and moved to
Starke 16 years ago He waft a Also thank you Dr. Gianas and the Ruby M. Griffis, 35, of Lake Butler, two sisters, Mrs. Sandra Little IS
member of Community Bible BCII staff for the great care of our City died December 9, 1W6! at and Mrs. Gwen Pruitt of Lake City
Church of Starke and a retired floor dad.Thanks Shands Hospital following a brief il- ; four brothers, Richard of After Hard WorkCome
sender. for the kindness you show- lness. lawtv Mark ol Cherry Point NC, a Days
Survivors include his wife Minnie ed us during and after his death. You Mrs. Griffis was born and raisedin Ioiif.l.ts: and )Daniel ( Danny) both of
Lee Donaldson Rowell ; one were a great comfort. May God Missouri and moved to Florida Lake It',diet'; palcrnalgrandmother, Home and Relax in a Comfortable
daughter Josie M. Dampier bless you alii! several years ago. She was a Mrs. I<< rihd Chloe of Carlisle Penn
Starke; three sons James B. The family of homemaker. sylvania Recliner from Badcock
Rowell Hampton Bill & Norman E. Mr. Charles A. Crawford Survivors include her husband Funri.il services were held Action
i Kowell Gainesville Harvey Lee Griffis of Lake City. December" 17, 19H7 in the chapel of
; one brother. LaneWALLSAVER
I Homer B. Rowell Gainesville; one Lee Roy Griffin Graveside services were held Archer (Mineral Home in Lake by
December 11, 1986 at Evergreen Butler \\IIh Rio Greg; Taylor of.I .
Lane Tampa; ten Mr. Lee Roy Griffin 76, of
grandchildren and many great- Melrose, Fla., died Sunday Dec. 14, Cemetery in Raiford with Rev Troy I licialin| Burial' was in Dekle
, grandchildren. in VA Medical Center, Gainesville Griffis officiating. Archie Tanner Cemetery in Lake Butler Archer
Funeral services for Mr. Rowell following a long illness. Funeral Home of Starke was in Funeral Home I of Lake Butler was in 4
were held in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Mr. Griffin was born in Water- charge of arrangements. charge ol arrangements L ,t

' on Wednesday. December 17, 1986, town Fla., on Nov. 2, 1910. He moved Arthie Luke
with Rev. Don Weston & Rev. David to Melrose in 1956 from Jacksonville George Colsie RigdonMr. Douglas
Wcyand conducting the services. Mr. Griffin was a member of George Colsie Rigdon( 75, resident Mrs Arthie Luke Douglas 79, of
Burial was in Hague Cemetery in the Methodist Faith; Army veteranof of Hampton died December 9, Lake Itullcr died Monday in the
Hague Flu., under the direction of WW II; former logger & timber- 1986 at Bradford Hospital followingan Bradford County Hospital after an
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. man; recently operated Griffin's extended illness. extended illness
Lodge & Fish Camp on Santa Fe Mr. Rigdon was born and raised in Mrs Douglas was born in Berrien ) t 1
Willie Lewis KeatonMr. Lake Bradford County. He was retired County Georgia and moved to Lake ,c
Willie Lewis Keaton of Hampton Survivors Include his wife Betty J. from Georgia-Southern Railroad Butler OIl an early age where she has
died Thursday, December 11, Griffin; four daughters, Maida and had worked as custodian for resided :since She was the widow of
19H6 in Alachua General Hospital. Keith, Tampa, Ava Shields Hampton School for ten years. Mr. the late Buck Douglas and a
Survivors include Mrs. Mary Ann Hawthorne Jean Roberson and Rigdon was a member of Hampton member of the Baptist Church.
Keaton, Hampton; daughters An- June Kraus of Melrose; two sons, Baptist Church.
nette McCombt, High Springs, Allan Griffin, Melrose, Glenn Griffin Survivors include his wife. Mrs.
Thelma L. Keaton Gainesville, Mrs. Hawthorne; a brother, John A Elvie Ridgon of Hampton.
Yvonne Bell, Daytona Beach; sons, Griffin; Woodville; nine grand- Funeral services were conducted: SISTER SOPHIE RkVlENE RECLINER with TRANSITIONAL ROCKER
Jessie L. Keaton Atlanta GA, children. December 12, 1986 in the chapel of Spiritual
Perry L. Keaton Hampton Jimmy Funeral services were held in Archie Tanner Funeral Home with Ruder I Advisor l button tufted back, footrest and RECLINER with button tufted
Tyson Starke; sister Mrs. Corine DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Keystone Rev. Benny Beckum officiating (Sptoiil Price with Coupon) rolled padded arms. In Rust back and seats and rolled pad-
Acox Gainesville; sever'! nieces Heights Tuesday Dec. 16, 1986. with Burial was in Santa Fe Cemetery If you art lot! and don't' knew when lo Cocoa or Fawn 100% Antron ded arms. In Cocoa Rust or
and nephews. Rev. Richard Norman conductingthe with Archie Tanner Funeral home turn, coma to MO this (tniut. Although JOM Nylon Velvet <145WC) Fawn 100% Nylon VelvetB (t51RR)
lure. use othtr! readers, ono visit with
Funeral services will be held services. Burial was- in Elam of Starke in charge of arrangements SISTER SOPHIE RIILENE will convince you

Saturday, December 20, at 2:00: p.m. Cemetery at Melrose under the that you art somebody |ain. She has the
at Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah'sWilneses direction of Jones Funeral Home of power 'from God to hilp others that need L
Highway 301( north of Keystone Heights. Karl Eugene Uarrkk halp. ..T..D.. ... eld.HOME -.-- :?
Hampton. Gilbert:>sley will be the Mr. Karl Eugene Bariick 29. ol She will, heal row sickness,your toirowa, = nnctcoc I .

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each year based on the rise in coverage will increase to $460, up $499 Down. ... ru m GINLITER
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wage earners and clerical workers As result of the increase in the 1987 76 Buick SpecialV {- LIGHT ( 33.8 OZ.
(CPI-W) from the third quarter of wage base, the maximum yearly .6. A/C CASE
one year through the corresponding Social Security tax paid by MN DARK OF 12 695 GN, t
period of the next. Prior to this year employees and employers each will $499 Down lVlly CASE OF 6 83.00
the index had to rise by at least i.O rise by $128.70 to 313170. For self- 7 AMC Concord 81.50
percent to generate an automatic increase employed persons, it will rise by
$221.40 to $5,387.40. About 8.5 million ..1 4 Door Like New reii.r : : t ---/ S lfh
With inflation under control and workers and self-employed persons $499 t
the possiblility of no automatic increase who earn more than $42,000 are affected Dower .J
this year President Ronald by the higher earnings base.
Reagan signed legislation Oct. 21 to
ensure that all Social Security and I
SSI beneficiaries receive a benefit
increase this year. The legislation C DEWJJS
eliminates the need for a 3.0 percentrise Perfect Christmas eA
in the CPI-W to trigger an ,
automatic benefit increase.In "White Label -
addition a number of other For
changes will also become effectiveJan. SCOTCH WHISKY -j mifliO1t
1, as a result of automatic ad-

justment provisions of the law that Chrome Spoke 1.75 LITER r> ,, =_ = 8O VODKA 8
White. 59.2.". w LITER

Spoke 95 Wheels up to 15x8 131.OFSfi.00 2199 White LabeG I) CASE

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name brands of 'lIrllt.t unil itdiidbehind 9 X 15 IT . . . '59.00 P205-75815 . . '31.00 12 OF 12 599 _
our Kale .iirjx't: from this P22575B1535.00 CASE OF 8 e

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that you are well informed about P16580R-13 . . . . . *32.00 1 1r flit N DErsMICHEL4

the carpel which you are eonsdder P195 75R-U "o.1 . . "37.011

inK purchaning. We will tell you P205 75R-14 1tit"RNt' : . 9 o0

whether the carpet in suitable for P205758-15. \\ \\ . . . "

residential. and commercial uses, P225 75R-15 . .p. . . . . r'.00 : '

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you can depend on it being!! a good Special Summer Front M HIODtK COtTt OH DIM ".,a'1 l MICHELOB 4
value. Come on in the store today
and look over fine selection of or Rear Front End Alignment PREMIUM BEER '
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carpets for home and office. I 4493 ...n w. ........1 _,.b& Nndn1eae 12 oz. N.R. BTLS. CALIFORNIA ,
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I Recent Bradford Countv__ Arrests
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The following attests were made William Clarence Loper, M, 01SI.lrkO ding to Sgt. Sammy Eunice. Martin Charles
Trallic Andrew Gordon of for DWLS He was picked up by
lilocal hot'ities in Bradford\ arrested
nut was
on a capias was picked up from Suwannee County
: *>"villp Alachua authorities and released to
(nuiity. Dec 1 1:1: for failure to appear for Rufus Randolph: Mulchings, 72, authorities, he paid his $101.25 was arrested on a capias Bradford
grand (hell( charges, according to was al'l('sh'd Dec. 13 for driving line and was released. County.
Deputy Doug York. Bond was set at under influence, according to .A.
$5.01111( < ) cash or surety Trooper D C Meyers Bond was set
Cliarkw! 1 Edward\ Mullins 19, ofSt.iiki1 at $624.50, he was released on his Arthur Lee Johnson, 22, of Duval
was tested Dec 12 on a Fletcher William Rodgers, 32, was own recogm/ance County was arrested Dec 12 for ,
tapuiN (charging trespass alter wartuns :tested Dec 12 for retail\ theft at failure to pay l line for DWLS and .
at UK step Saver, according to TG&Y, according to Patrolman Johnnie Stubbie Martin 33, was unlawful use of validation sticker
I\tlrolman John I Hodges Bond was Knlhv Kost Bond was cot at $!iINI. hp arrested D'c2 on a capias for according to Sgt. Eunice Johnsonwas
set al $1 ttxxl( ), ho wits released on his was released/ on his o\ u failure to appear for driving while released alter he paid his fine
own I't'cognilanl'c. ivoKiu/ance. license suspended (DWLS), accor ($101.25).

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,- '1I 25% Off Already on Sale

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Reg. $39.99 NOW $2999 S20.99 NOW $157tt
V i' 'r 25% Off Save MO 25% Off Save 5"

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Fire Near; ..
Keystone Heights.
No OIK' u.is hull in this residential \\hidll..k. pfare'I'ue'.tlay alter. stalled l hy lighter): Hind IwilllUM'd: to start a wood tUe.11" heavily ,
mum SpriiUilIc' Road in Bradford ('UUllt) near Ki'\stone: Heights.olmilrci dalllaJI.tI in tin l la/r. 452 N. Temple Avenue Starke 964-6795 'L
\' hifhnliK-rs irspnmlcil, <|imkl> nil the fur, \\hil'l01"
Where Mrs. Claim shops for Santa...
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DestroysLautey .
hieplaccs, and other _
t're\ units as they' can div the TrailerA M
11 hen ( ( much faster late night I lire destroyed most olI ', l __
overload light stunts. h\' the I inleiinr and Ii
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'tl: ,if' i hi' "Imhis ,up ( I'\'I'all..gl'lh'I- I I'.Illei', lioiiit ill Johns Lack south ol ,
hOIlIl'K"I'j: sine all lighting iiiside and '
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lo bed .i nd i is suspc'.i.it'11' in have slatted<1 l h> a 3 i Oa '
I :i in., n, ,ti i ,In. | I t tip 'is couitesi\ nl the I lleillxon laults iionlinh vis in a liedioomI Open Friday
01. I \ '011\. 'II"C ri I | | \olunleei Fir,.. Il'pal'ln1l'nl I M I" vv,is IKI 'me\ 'it home .it the Mon:sun \ & Saturday vT
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lb. Fresh Never
Pack Frozen
Square Shopping Center 964-6946 Boneless AssortedPork ,

COMPLETE) FISHER CENTER: Round Steak Chops Turkey J

Audio/video system Includes stereo, TV/monitor remote control and stand r

$ L.99l Ib. 99 ? Ib. $1 1 9 Ib.


4 Oranges 49 (: Fresh Medium $

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Greens . . . Bu. 99 Cedar Key
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: $4

-, Florida Navel Oysters . .351

.- [I Oranges..DOZ. $1.19PRODUCE Bushel $1699.\

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Fancy Red Delicious Q,<: 9( ,CALL SANDRA .:

SHARP VCR Apples . . . lb. 4 i "bra Fresh Fruit Basketw .i

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1911 owner CUTLASS, low mil.ag.BROUGHAM, $3995. 964.7271 Single, FOR SALE SALEi Collectible cards baseball, OUT OF AREA ruJill

9644319. 12/181fnchg LOOK AT THISI! Just r.mod.l.d for you. football and clothes. 1316 W. MadisonSt. !Ji1r
1979 TOYOTA COROLLA.Good cheap 1,720.q. ft. CH/A, w/attlc fan, 3 or 4 Sat. Dec. 20. 12/18 Itpd 327 SOUTHEAST ALABAMA ACRES. 125 (!
transportation or second car $1,000 BR, 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen. BRADFORD HUMANE SOCIETY YARD cultivation, balance woodland '
nego. 9646559. 12/10 fully 19 x 20 great room, cloiets galore, SALE Double wall oven, fireplace marketable timber. HUNTING! '
1914 BUICK RIVIERA, load.d 1 fenced back yard w/tool thed. tools, dryer, lamps, clothes, books, 60,000 lb. peanut allotment, INCOMb' of ____ __ .
owner excellent cond. $9750. Saratoga Hgim. Concrete drive A walk. toys. Bradford Hospital turn right on Paved road, 3 acre pond. 102000. B
1979 9644269. 12/18 1 Itehg Don't miss this bargain. By owner Call Colley Rd., then left on Southgate, United National, Barron Strother eel) PHONE 964-7776
HONDA ACCORD. 5 speed with today. 473-7541 or 4752597. 11/13 follow signs to 1029 Palm St. 12/13Itpd Broker P.O. Box 755, Troy Alabama
am/lm cassette, 2 door hatchback. tfnchg GARAGE SALE 602 Alton Rd. Fri. 8 Sat., 36081 ((205)) 566.1 B70, ((205)) 735.2442. \05 N. Temple, Starker I
1986$1500. Call 9644875. 12/18ltpd LAWTEY, COUNTRY LIVING, large 3 8 til dark. 128 Itchg fcan 86.424LIBERTY r
FORD RANGER. $500 equity and bedroom, 2 bath, cozy fireplace In YARD SALE at 2124 West Ralford Rd. TEXAS Transfer to quiet Texas Terwlllegar
take over payment! on a 56 mo. leas. and town. 3/2 Brick home, '/, ,
964-7891. great room, CH/A, office, 4 years old Market Rd. Large variety of men acre year
12/1811chg stucco on 1 acre. 55th Circle N.E. off chandise. New and used. 12/18 Itchg round gardening, 45 minutes to famed Today and always may God bestow His love on you.
301. GARAGE SALE: Saturday, Dec. 20. 11:00 Houston Medical Center
Hwy Asking 65000. All term, The
MOTORCYCLESMOTOR Call Rembert Arnold, Island Realty, a.m. to 5:00: p.m. Must sell all furniture 409-646-4143. fcan 86.420 friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our

Inc. (Jax.) 223-5211., 12/11 2tchg 12/18 kitchen items and appliances. prpgress. .... ......."'- _..__.... __ _______
SCOOTER 1985 Honda Spr., KINGSLEY LAKE AREAS partially furnished Kingsley Lake, firelane No. 18. 12/18 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
I elec. itart. Excellent condition $300. 2 BR, 1 BA house, $25,000. Call YET FOR CHRISTMAS-., Dec. 20, 8 to SPECIAL
12/18 3. State Rd. 16, 2 miles from
473.7941,1221pd prison
9645331. 12/11 3tpd 12/24
1981 YAMAHA XTSOO, slr..'or dirt bike. (Look for signs). Many Items for
V.ry good condition. $650. 9648210. 2/1 HOME ON TWO ACRES Close to Christmas, also boiled peanuts and LONG DISTANCE TRUCKING, nor SURROUNDING I 2 BR. 2 BA, doubl.wld. 1.76 acre*.
Starke, bargain price, $32,500. Call pecansforsale, 12/18ltpd thAmerican Van Lines n..dsown.roperotonl Close to Crosby, Lake Public Landing.
PERSONALS CENTURY 21 Showcase Properties, 'Inc. GARAGE SALE Highway 18, one mile I If need training '- : : .- -
Broker, Keystone Heights, Florida. Call west ol US 301 S, Saturday 94. Watch we will tram you. You you will operate :S R'OMMER i L3 iS lITH' 7.7.45gcTpTus: ;700)ft. bldg:4

904-473-4903. Itchg 12/18 for signs. 12/18 Itchg own tractor If don't have rented month. Trailer sales for
LONELY Need a date? Write Datetlme, your you spaces $200 a space rents
ESTATE SALE 16 East, 4 milesfrom
approx. one, northAmencan offers a tractor
700 E. Llndsey, Suite 158 Norman, Classified Ads Hwy 301. Watch for signs. Friday purchase program that can put you In a $1,000 a month.
Oklahoma 73069. 12/18 4tchg 1/8 Get Results only. 9 til 5. Everything must go. tractor for $2500 down. If you are 21 or AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange &

mw v _ _____ .._________ h____ ___ .. .. .. 9646613. 12/18 Itpd over and think you may qualify, we'd Pratt 3 Br. 2 Ba., CH&A, LR, DR, family room & patio.
$ YARD SALE Sheets, pillowcases like, to send you a complete informa ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100'x
bedspreads, blankets. A little bit of lion package Call any weekday TOLL
: everything. Thurs. 8 Friday. 12/18 I Itpd FREE 1 800 34B 2191. Ask for Dept 97 192' lot 2 utility sheds, pump well and septic tank. Trimmedout
FAULKNER REALTY INC CARPORT SALE Sat 8:30 til) ??? Cornerof fcan 86418' in lovely banana bushes $17,000.

South Orange St. 8 Legion Terrace. .RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom, 65' x 130' lot 10000.
Look for for WANTEDLAND
signs. Something
I Located Hwy 301 .2 Blks S of SR 100 everyone 12/18 ttpd EASY TO ENJOY Brick 3BR, l'/ BA, CH/A, large family

221 W. Lafayette Street GARAGE SALE Sat., Dec. 20, 301 In frontof WANTED: Will cash for room with fireplace, formal living & dining room utility room,
the Pawn Shop. EVERYTHING. 12/18 pay Access beautiful Lake.
25.1000 acres Good road frontage to Crystal See to appreciate
m preferred Patlen South Atlantic PO FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage garage,
964-5069 HYPNOSIS Box 7554606.2299.12 Lake 18 Itchg City. FL 32056 ((904)) drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby

i REALTOR" PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS services for OLD CARPENTER TOOLS, especially rara Lake Inlet. CH&A, $39.995.

weight control, smoking stress, etc planes Ph 4681551 7:30: a.m. 6:30: .ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS New 3 BR, 1 '/> BA brick home, |
For help, please call 9644433. 10/9
p.m or 468-1150 12/18 4tpd 1/8
Susan M. Faulkner, GRI CRB kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE.

I PRESIDENT .A JOY TO LIVE IN Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA. j

1 fMfcft: $ & spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room j
fJ skylights, 2 utility bldgs.. privacy fence. $44,000.
i Ir.n. L. Faulkner 964-5142
Lucill. 964-8420 I Accelerated Realty Inc. UNCROWDED LIVING 2/1 Frame cottage on five nice lots-
Kingsley Lake Village 30500.
'Marty Russell 473-7694 964.7331 Phone : 964-4544 GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with |

Bobby Biggs approx. 1.456 sq. ft, SE 34th Ave 50500.

: [1520 S, Walnut StreetHwy( 301 South) Storke Florida prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea. $2,000 down, ((10%
CRYSTAL LAKE Beautiful view from this large, 3 Homes Lots Acreage Waterfront for 10 years)'.

level home with many conveniences. Farms Commercial .THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE 1981 Guerdon |

COUNTRY LIVING on 2 acres with 3 BR, 2 BA No Charge to List Your Property for Sale [ doublewide-Sampson Lake Access, $35,000. Greed Getaway. I

frame home. $31,500, appraised higher. Call and discuss it with us. REALTOR' .,IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100

CLOSE TO SCHOOL large frame home, CH/A, ESTABLISHED BUSINESS FOR SALE Call us East) 2.7 oc., 5 BR, 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4 I
fenced yard Priced in $30's. I [ BEAUTIFUL TWO-STORY CEDAR HOME 3 BR 2 BA 2.200sq. ft. living area. acre fish pond with fish! HAVE to seel
1,200 sq. ft. covered porch, great design Priced to sell. HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick, colonial j
LAKE BUTLER small 2 BR, 1 BA home. Good LOVELY BRICK HOME Sunken living room, formal dining room 4 BR 2 BA,
family room w/fireplace large eat-In kitchen with lots of cabinets CH&A. home off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq.
$15,500.BUSINESS .
Central vacuum workshop all on 10 9 acres, partially fenced City water ft10.09 acres-many amenities.
PROPERTY and large CB home. Priced to sell SO CLOSEI! 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, l'/j bath 45000.
Several acres of land. Owner financing. 301 South. I GREAT BUY Country living close to town Buck home. 3 BR, 2 BA. family 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd. ]
.. room with fireplace large eat.In kitchen insideutdity, room' on five acres.
ACRES on SR 16. Owner financing. fenced. Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment.

..--.. ... ... f3/4JrACRE: .)H>*itrt0; >2mobil&.home on Hwy.16 W. YOU'LL LOVE THIS BRICK HOME 5 BR. 2 BA living room with fireplace. formal INVESTORS: 438 Acres In South Bradford County Partially I
\ dining room, large eat-In kitchen with snack bar lots of kitchen subdivided highway frontage close to school, $1OOO per ]
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA fBR, 1 BA with car- cabinets, inside enclosed Priced Right)
utility room garage. acre. Hardwood trees Developer's dream I
port, screen porch, fenced yard, new storage ROOM TO ROAM CB home on 5 acres 3 BR 2 BA great room with ....PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
fireplace, dining area, central vacuum and stereo workshop with two
building, less than 2 years old. open shelters 2 wells, septic tank pump house,. fishpond. $74,900 .NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development
GOLFVIEW SUBDIVISION lots available. Owner SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Meat processing plant with large meat .SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd. $12,000.
cooler on 20 acres, near Lake Butler. Priced !to sell. WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.
financing BACHELOR HOME Rustic home in the country 1 BR 1 BA extra large Irving
PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.- will divide.
Twenty acres or
85 ACRES less than $1200 per acre, paved road room CHSA stove and dishwasher, inside utility room all on 1 acre
CLEAN AND NEAT CB HOME living dining kitchen, combo. 3 BR 1 BA SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.

frontage. screened porch, all on a nice, shaded lot In 'the city 34900. FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
22 ACRES fenced, some pasture, several scat- NEAT FRAME HOME 4 BR. 2 BA large living.dining rooms. all on 1 acre .1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.

tered oak & pine with a few pecan trees, approx. with large shade trees, near SELECTED the city PROPERTIES, $27.900 CROSBY LAKE LOT 100' x 385' $17,000.
KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE 2 lots 65'xl30' $2,750
: ea.
500' road. .
on paved 10 ACRES In South Clay County Re.ld.nllal.Agricullur. $17.900
farm 105.2 BEAUTIFUL ACRES in NE Alachua County. Priced to sell LAWTEY AREA-Five acres, 13000.
10 ACRES In Bradford County, 13th Street, N E. .15 ACRES HWY 18-$33,000. One mile off 301.
with nice home & mobile home all this on 36 acres. 20 ACRES in NW Bradford County very good water OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.

1 ACRE with well & driveway, house or mobile 14.05 ACRES SW Bradford County with pecan trees and two wells RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, $4,500.
4.55 ACRES and 2.16 acres, near Graham zoned for mobile homes.LAKE
home. LOTS-"Sampson Inlet Sampson Lake and Crosby Lake Owner financ LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story 1 acre.

CALL FOR DETAILS, office space or retail, over Ing. NEAR PRISON 8 acres, $20,000.
CITY LOTS Two blocks from Hwy 301 on Hwy 16, West After Hours
2,800 sq. ft CITY BLOCKS 8 blocks in NE Section.',
3 BR, 2 BA frame, nice lot, large screen porch, I CITY BLOCKS Two and one-half blocks In NE section Pauline Randolph 964-6323
LOT NEAR ALTO LAKE Zoned for mobile home Randy Cory 475-2597
carport REDUCED to $21,500. HWY 301 SOUTH 146 ft. frontage. Anne Nelson 473.7541LSEZSON'S
3 BR, 1 BA CH/A, fenced yard, close to school, ; HWY 301 SOUTH 4.5 acres with approx. 208 ft. frontage, Terwillegar
COMM. BLDG. IN CITY Approx 15,000 sq ft floor space Priced to sell
assumable mortgage. Only $32,000. RENTAL PROPERTY

CHURCH ST. cozy 2 BR, 1 BA C/B with central HOUSE FOR RENT 3 BR, 2 BA.

H&A, hardwood floors, landscaped lot, Only ,iW HOUSE FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 BA.

$31,500. FREE NOTARY SERVICES-. r f 91\fEfJN ]

BROWNLEE ROAD 4 BR, 2 BA, country living on PUT US TO WORK FOR YOU I 111 I I

3 approx. 3/4 acre, home has fireplace & family AFTER HOURS:
Wayne Douglas964.6593 Novls Ward964.7454
:'t/ room. $39,000. I John Gre.n..533.212I Bill Dodd..964.7408 David Lawson Paint & Bodv Shop

PARKWOOD PLACE only 4 years old Immaculate Irving Clark..964.7188 Cindy Kurlmay( ......964-7408 i

, 3 BR, 2 BA home with family room, dou- I j Tom Bem.nt..964.6439 Don Hood..468-1905 [ Insurance Collision Work Free EstimatesCR

. ble carport, fenced yard. Mid 50's. James Dilts( .........964-8629 Patsy Lawton........964-6927 { 229 NW 28th St. 9646133T"

of the old land marks 3 unit

all back in house -- -- -- -
j apt. bldg. or put original large ..-----
lot. Has had lot of remodeling.

; WASHINGTON ST. across from school, very I LOCATION PLUS Large enterDRASTICALLY REDUCED! 5 min

large home & lot with chain link fence. Paved circle taming area, 3 BR, 2'/ BA many to Starke, 25 min, to Gainesville,
m : I
extras Home and grounds im on paved road. Custom built brick
drive, large open porch. maculate. See it and love It. ham., 4/4, 3,200 plus sq. ft., pecan

ACREAGE ON EDWARDS RD. borders on Lake & OUTLAW .,,. .? trees and 3 acres NOW 131000.

canal. Priced to sell. DAVID I t DODGE;MSA, KAf C, WATERSDesignate LOCATION LOCATION Walk to Owner financed.

HWY 16 W Everything you could want in a i"I everything. Neat asa pin and manicured 10 ACRES with doublewide. Excellent!
yard. 2 Br ,
*$ ? I condition
custom built doublewide MH with built on family OPAIDICKSOK I RiS8S4-568 *THIS HOME IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED!

room, fireplace, porch, workshop, carport, pool STABKE. FL. Re&9l4-3,33b SUZANNE KITCHENS Next to school Huge fenced yard.3 Br., *EXECUTIVE LIVING Country Club.
sunken family room w/fireplace. CH/A. Many many ammenlties In this 3 BR, 2
with deck, patio. On 1 plus acre. Immaculate. Fur I i I A.RTKITE -.. "' / '' iRe.SilM-7631* Absolutely immaculate. Price Reduced BA brick home, opprox. 1776 tq. ft of

nished or unfurnished. r I I to $59.000. luxurious living.
*PRICE REDUCED to $22,500 2/2 MH
HWY 16 W. Lovely .2:500 sq. i\\1. ,brick veneer Res. 964-7525 EXCELLENT BUY $17.500.3/1, wcar1 acre. Many extras.

home with 3 BR, 2 BA, Ig. family room, 3rd bath I par,. Best area. HURRY.. *KEYSTONI AREA Mobil. horn with ]
rl l foil RtsWtne* f rn -:CommtrcUl- lu in ,
plumbed in some appliances fireplace, CH/A, PERFECT IN-LAW HOUSING or 2 lake access. Immaculate 23900.: (Cen-
lot available. families 2 nice homes on 1 large lot. tral H S A).
t" beautiful custom drapes Extra *Wi HAVE LAND Some with well 11 ACRES IN CITY on Highway to
Separate living enough
'. 3 BR, 1 BA, home for\oply $19,500. Owner will 8 septic tank. Building lots, 16W city waterS sew.r available, keep a check on eachdose. North of *CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS A large
acreage from 1 acre and up. Some 2 story home,, 4 BR, 2'/, BA. Starke. gracious brick horn, just minutes from
finance. with owner financing.: 100000. Starke and Keystone Heights Shown by
x *7 RENTAL UNITS 6 furnished. REDUCED to '_ *PRICE REDUCED 3 BR brick home on appointment
*AWAY FROM THE CROWDS. You will INVESTORS Plnesong S/D. Paved kitchen
Has excellent terms. 364 acres, newly *HOMEMAKER'S DREAM 3/2 CH4A, I
: $75,000. love the privacy this home offers. 4/3, road through property. Owner flnonc- CHSA, paneled walls, picture window,
: DW 3 BR 2 BA built-on porches & utility, It. extra large jng. above ground pool., Dbl) garage. A 20 X
.,.. NICE 2,100 sq. plus an garage. house Is nestled amid 8 pecan tree ? upstairs room fo b. completed to
furnished, low 30's. Owner financing available. Many acres. Brand outstanding New Carpet features on 1.76 BUILDING* NIW with RITAIl/PROFEJSIONAl plenty of parking and Owner I Ir.ad y for an offer have your own private BR uif.. All(, this |

;. *2 BR, 1 BA, kitchen equipped, frame & brick *EXECUTIVE LIVING on stocked lake, positive cash !flow. Located In the busiest *COUNTRY HOME you've dreamed of only J6000-; _

home with nice carport & garage. I large swimming pool large lot on paved section of Starke. owning. It has everything! 4/2 over COMPLETELY REMODELED frame I
with sidewalk. Brick home with 2.000 sq. ft. Price |lust reduced 2000. home, excellent condition on 1V4 acre [
HOME IN TOWN -2 story, $34,500. over 2,200 sq. ft. 3 BR, 2 BA, large enl.,. *WELL ESTABLISHED Bank N.w carpet throughout- 3 ceiling' fans.
:: HOME 1 acre.$18,000. taming area. Many other amenities. across from Community *OWN I FINANCED gauntry Club'--: -
*3 BR MOBILE on Price has been drastically REDUCED to ENERGY IFF. "A,7FIlAME I
*CONVENIENT TO PRISONS- 2 BR. 1 BA area, building lots on Bessent Road S 4 BR. 2
; : LOTS JOINING GOLF COURSE"with frontage on on 1 acre, 12 x 32 utility bldg. Priced to move property Flume Rd. Bath, 2 fireplaces. CHSA. pool S many |
r.. sell $29,900. NEAT AS A PIN 2 Br., 1 Ba.. In Starke.Priced extras on 2 acre. Only 57000.
230. MINI-FARM Stoke and Lake _
Hwy Between
*WEST OF LAWTIY C.B., 3 BR, 2 BA on for quick sale $24,500.
OVER 1 ACRE commercial on Hwy 301. Includesnice .9 Butler. 4/2.: CHSA on 8 ocs. Extras:large *KYTONI AREA. 5 Acre-tract reduc-
2 acres. Call for appointment. LARGI city on approx. .
bldg. *COMMERCIAL BLDG. Many uses. 138 acre 4/2. CH&A, 1900 plus sq. ft. o..um.CB bldg. a I I-' :' ..!>ar.!!...._ j $13,000 to $12,500.N. .
Water St. $25,000. mtg. We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties
PRICED TO SELL 2 lots In town.

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Call 9646946. tin 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tIn Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. to the Lake Region Monitor office
$14.99 per month. efficiency apartments 1 or 2 BR,
ST. for sale welcome. Phone In writing and paid In advance 1984 FORD CONVERSION VAN by Sher-
ON Recreational
CHEVY PARTS /i ton. anything LOT call
4x4 you 473-2919. 12/4 tfnchg
unless credit Is already establishedwith rod. PB PS. CC, CB. AM/FM stereo
need--Axles) front or rear auto with old house on property. $4500. 9647498. 9/16 tIn MOBILI HOMES FOR RENT $150 per
this office 8 extras. 11500. 473.7047 or
transfer 2 different 9044663489. 11/20 tfnchg NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 tape .
tranim., cases month. Partially furnished. Keystone
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE 4734233. Itpd 12/18
types; spring lift blocks, big U bolt 13 ACRES 2 BR trailer for rental over BA apt. For more Information call Lake area 473-2026. 12/4 tfnchg RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
Call 9645812. TFc. five acres cleared GREAT for country Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity LAKI GENEVA 1 or 2 BR furnished WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER
NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum living or for Investment such as mobile Housing. 6/7 tfnchg Retired or handyman caretaker couple CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE
Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Gr.at'or home pork, animal farm etc. Severalmoney ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel, $8 preferred $200 to$275 mo. 473-7269 or THE TELEPHONE.
patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH making pecan trees. $28,000 per night. From $35 per week. Discount 376.77490,378.8622. 12/4 tfnchg Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. prior WHIRLPOOL heavy duty washer and

135 W. Call St. 9646305. cash or $12,000 down and payments of offered for longer term. Apply In per HOUSI FOR RENT on beautiful Silver to Thursday publication. dryer 4733374. Itchg 12/18
Starke call 9646493. Minimum charge I I. 15 words for$3.50.th.n .
under month. area Walnut St.
All hay $230 Hotel across -
ROLLS OF HAY:: $25.$20. son Magnolia Lake. 2 BR. CH/A pool table, on 1 acre for each word thereafter. -
large barn on west side of Hwy 16 tfnjo from Post Office. TF lot. $375 month. 9042471604. 12/4 15 cents
about 7 miles north of Starke toward LAND WANTED Will pay cash for land 25 APARTMENTS FOR RENTl Newly tfnchg: YARD SALES

prison. Order your hay and I.av. It to 1,000 acres. Good road frontage decorated everything furnished. Laun FOR LEASE -1,2,43 bedroom energy efficient PERSONAL SERVICES
need It. preferred. Patten South Atlantic P.O. Included. Video room
under barn until you dry facilities 475.1048 or
my 32056. apartments. GARAGE SALE Fri. 8 Sat., Dec. 19 8 20.
Delivery available at extra charge. Ar Box 2299. lake City Flo.12/24, available Will accept one child, nop.t. 475.2052 between 7 a.m.-10 p.m. 12/4 PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile Trundle bed $60; Cvmoe boat 7.3 HP ,
thur Gaskins 782.3727 or 9646167. 904.755.4606.12/11 2tchg .. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve.
tfnchg: homes pools decks, sidewalks. Free Mercury motor, trailer, all $1500; two
10/30 tfnchg ., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished estimates. Call Rob 4733590. 12/4 tinted glass windows with screens,
HAY ALICIA $25 per roll at farm. PERSONAL SERVICESCHAIN ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS house, fireplace, AC screened picnic tfnchg 52X50 $40; 6 ft. sliding patio screen
Delivery available. 7 miles west of AVAILABLE for as little as $50 per. house, $393/mo. $200/dep. LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. door $5; lots misc. Items.. 2 blocks -
Starke on Rd. 16. jimmy Gaskins. LINK FENCEi Installed Free week or $200 per month, which Includes 9042497884. 4tpd 12/11.31 Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free behind Keystone Bank In Melrose on
9648356. 11/13 tfnchg estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. all utilities and no deposit Call RENT OR SALE 2 BR Mobile home In Estimates. 12/4 tfnchg' Ridge Rd. Itpd 1218HOUSES
5 HP KAWASAKI GO-CART like new Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 tin 964.5139 or 964-8173 or drop by 314 N. Clay County Central H/AC. 473-1269. FLOOR SAGGING DOOR DRAGGING -

$390. 964-8848 or 4733627. 11/20 GLASS CUT TO ORDERs Doors windows Temple Avenue apartment number six Ask for Jackie. 6592269. 2tchg House out of level? Call LaRue Leveling >
tfnchg etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. next to the Tenneco Station downtown. 12/11.18 Service, for all your foundation FOR SALE
NEW FURNITURE FOR CHRISTMAS! See 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake Starke. 11/6 tfnchg LAKE FRONT MH near Keystone 2 BR, repairs. 4737721. 12/4 tfnchg

in home at Doublewide Home Center In. Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, SMALL TRAILER within city limit., 1 or 2 I'/t BA, patio fishing swimming IN COOPERATION with the new addressing KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA CB
Lawtey, maybe you will like the furniture 4734973. 2/26 tIn adults only. No pets, please. 9648484. boating 4734186. 12/18 tfnchg policy for Clay County for house, one block from schools,
display in our models so much HANDYMAN: carpentry painting electrical 11/13 tfnchg 3BR-2BA DOUBLEWIDI MH (Oak new mail box name plates and house 58000. Make offer C.B. Isaac Realty
you will wont to purchase a new complete home repair. 12 X 65 MH 3 BR 2 BA $250 per month. Forest). $275 month $100 Security No number send check or money order to 4752199. 12/11 tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS
mobile home and have a very Merry Reasonable rata Licensed contractor. 9644238. 11/20 tfnchg Pets 473-2931. 2tpd 12/18-24 Hodges Engraving &Trophies, Rt. I Box
Christmas. Come by and see us. 12/4 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn ON KINGSLEY LAKE small cottage, couple 2BR-1BA MH Close to town / acre 387 Keystone Heights FL 32656. $5.50
3tchg 12/18 FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free estimates. only. No pet,. Available to June 1. wooded corner lot. $245 month with for house number or mail box plate.
PIANO FOR SALE: Wanted: responsibleparty Licensed Insured and bonded. All Call 533-2366. 11/26 tfnchg option to buy. 473-2730. 12/18 tfnchg 12/4 tfnchgFURNITURE
to take over .mall monthly types of roofing and repairs. 485.1556 PINE FOREST APTS. 3 BR opts, now ft ANTIQUE Refinishing
payments on spinet-console piano. Can or 374.1443 anytime 9/11 tfnchg 'available. Call 9-5 Mon-Fri, 9646312. 2 BR, 1 BA, clean mobile home. $225 per Hand rubbed oil finish. Call Joc PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible /
be seen locally. Write (include your ROOF COATING. Single wide starting 12/182tchg 12/24 month. 473.256612/11 2tchg 12/18 473-2521. 12/4 tfnchgVISAMASIERCARD Items and antiques. Used furniture,
phone numbers) Credit, Manager P.O. at $135. Doublewides starting at $150. Get Your Card TO. glassware, jewelry and much more.
Box 8547 Ft. Myers, FL. 33908. 12/11 One year guarantee against leaks. Sr. 1 BR APT., first floor, stove ft refrlg. No I BR COTTAGE on Sliver Lake In DAYI! Also New Credit Card NO ONE Come see for yourself. One mile east
done. pets. $135 per month. 964-8498. Keystone Heights. AC. fireplace. $250 100.
2tchg 12118CHRISTMAS citizens discount. Also relevellng REFUSED! Call 1-518-459-3546 Ext. of Keystone Heights on Highway
TREES Wreaths. Just Imagine Call for free estimates. 964.4680.10/16 12/lltfn per mo. 12471604. 12/18 tfnchg 12/11.188. 1/8 473-2183.12/4 tfnchg
C3339A.24 hours. 3tpd
the freshest tree everDirect/ tfnchg IN WALDO. 14x60 mobile home,
from plantation shipped UPS directto EXPERT WELDING farm machinery & alltypes CH/A stove 8 refrlg. 2 BR, 1
your my door. For information call TOLL repairs. Will build anything to BA $220 per month. 1st ft last S $100 J. _

FREE 1-8O0.443.TREE, Icon 86.421NOW your needs. "HAVE WELDER WILL sec dep. No pets. 468-1509. 12/11 2tpd BROADWAY & WALTERS Tim's Custom Cabinets
IN YOUR AREA! Make unlimited TRAVEL". For more Info S free 12/18 I
in USA 904-964-7499 HOME WITH PATIO and enclosed porch. TREESERVICE ; '
phone calls anywhere anytime estimates call ROLLINS Construction Remodeling _
with Ideal Z-t.l. Call Kay Lock. ((214)) keep frying 11/20 Itpd, 11/27tfnchg' Conveniently located will accommodate *N.
Call 964-5377 after 5 Removal 1 *Tile Oiling
363.9065 or Jill Baker ((214)) 2411199. VISA/MASTERCARD--Get your card TO. a couple. *,Cabinet
Icon 86.417 DAYI) Also New Credit Card NO ONE p.m. 12/18ltchg Trimming I : Free Estimates
condition Ext
1 G.E. Refrlg., good running REFUSEDI I Call Call Tim Thompson
13"TV with hookup 12/18 DR, large screened porch laundry Stump Removal !
nO |lunk $75: 1 car C.3377 24 hrs. 12/4 3tpd TF
ear phones, new, used. |lust 4 weeks, WILL BABYSIT YOUR CHILD in my home. room. $450 per month. 5332196. 12/18 Firewood 964-4380 Shop 964-6238 Eves

.perfect $50. cost $79.". 124 N. MyrtleSt. Day or night. Mon. Sat. Evelyn Tyler 2tchg 12/24 --
964-,!11. 12/181tpd 9646373. 12/11 2tpd 12/18 RENTALS AVAILABLE 2/1. $175; III. Free Estimate : ,
14 FT. ALUMINUM OAT E TRAILER. 7% LAWN CARE SERVICE: No |lob too big or $165; Eff ic. $140:; We have others.Tiffin
hp motor. Lots of ears. _'pmto small. Mowing raking edging etc. 8 Owens, Realtors. 9645065. 12/18 473-7097 473-7679 I r FOR SALE
Motor used only six limes All are In FREE ESTIMA TES. Year round work onetime Itchg "
excellent condItion. $BOO negotiable. jobs or contracts Call Wayne 3 BR, MH, nice S clean 1'/. BA partly After 5 P.M. Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work
Call 964 5577 12. IS 2tpd 12'24 964.4665.12/11 2tpd 12/18 furnished new AC central heat full
PINE FIREWOOD FOR SALI You load. $5 AMERICA'S FUTURE Invest In It... Penny carpet. $250 month $100 deposit. No i Keystone Heights Backhoe Bulldozer

per pickup load. Totum Sawmill. Stocks, minimum investment $2500. pets. Grlffis Loop. 964.6493.12/18 l Itpd 'tinLicensed & Insured 964.6182.964
7823690. 12: 18 tfnchg Call Mr. Farooq Motiwala. senior account 2 BR, MOBILE HOME No small childrenor 7/14IFN -
inside $100 dep. $200 monthly
8988080. FL. pets.
executive ((305)
7823363. 12/18 Itchg
((800)) 4324258. 701 Altaloma Suite 782.3233 or "' ''''''
from $70 to $125 each or '
priced BINDER MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 1 BA. Crosbv Lake
make offer. 7823334. 12/11 2tchg' 200. Orlando FL 32803. ; I lake: screened; p.rCh.
12/18 ment Banker Member NASD SIPC. $250 per month. 9645872. 12/18 tfn I
280 GAL. FUEL TANK with legs. Call This announcement constitutes neither RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month HelplSave and

533-2403. after 6 p.m. swtfn an offer to sell securities nor a solicita and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner Broker- Energy & $$ 1.
12.500 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDITIONER The information Owner at 964.5069 or 964-4048 TF
tion of offers to buy Install CustomInsulated PINE BARK
110 outlet $250. Call being made available, here CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On ::1: 'H
533-2403 after 6 p.m swtfn W. Close to prison. WindowsCall '
HAND MADE BELTS extra sizes to 54. may be lawfully obtained distribute in any state such which Information we 964-Highway 7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg ::1You pick-up or We Deliver ,. .
Waldo Farmers 8 Flea Market. may mob) \
See at efficiencies and e .
fcan 86-419 FURNISHED 11.u : < OJII11I 'h'i
Bldg. D, Booth 38. 11/13 7tchg 12/25 EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: Fill dirt hornet Inside city weekly 8 monthly. Homes Beautiful !: .M.'o 1t.31,yus..un, DJ.oIt1.I! ,J.J" :'1Iii
HONDA CB 200 excellent condition avail. Disking & JO LU Motel 8 MH Park 9648810. 6/5 '
rock spreading
obo. 4732566. 12/11 2tchg 12/18 964.6766 i Lumber
1 Cypress
mowing. Contact J.D. Eunice, 9648230. TF .
WALL FURNACE gas 50.000 BTU Sears. 12/18 4tchg 1'8CONSIDERING 3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Klngsley' Lake. 24 hrs. -- Financing -
Complete with wall thermostat and AN ABORTION? Get freePro Long Pier AC Call 964-6491. 9/25 TFN 'i; l 964-6649 .

books. Good condition.12/18$125. 473-2063 Itpd -Lde, Facts. Your name not required 2 BR MH furnished $190 per month ....................................
weekdays. Correspondence confidential.Send $150 deposit. No children or pets. Call *..........
UPRIGHT FREEZER. Excellent condition. to;: Right To Life. P.O. Box 256 468-1323 leave message. 10/30 tfnchg

9646537. 12/18 Itchg TRAILER Lawtey. FL 32058. 12. 18 2tpd 1/1 ON KINGSLEY LAKE. 3 BR mobile home ....
SINGLE AXLE MOTORCYCLE Heat & AC year lease, no pets, adults
$150 or best offer. 7823209. 12/18 PROPERTY only 5332366. 12/4 TFN 1444-DW on 1/2 ac. in town Lawtey,
Itchg COMMERCIAL 2 BR MOBILE HOME furnished or unfurnished great location low down good CHRISTMAS GIFTS
2 BIKES bought last year. 964-5376 or
RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST $190 per month; $100 deposit. terms.I443S.
9646201. 12 18 Itpd 964.8704 after 5 p.m. weekdays.Anytime ( ) Mobile home sites at Deer Full FaceHelmets
V, load of pine Flip
Sat. or Sun. 12/18 Itchg Run. Each has Included. 1 plus
stacked SOS/load. CORNER OF Call & Thompson
delivered ,
split MOBILE HOME, 2 BR, nice condition, ac. lots Shields .,
Call Hall Davis 9645450. 12/18 Itchg Streets: 2 story masonry building. $36.00Gauntlet
lot Griffis Loop. .. $3.99
on home
GLASS SLIDING DOOR DRAPES with rod Clyde W. Simpson. 3566849. 4/10TF large private 12/112tchg 12/18 1398 21 plus oc., 4/2 stucco ,
after 6
Amanda Touch-a-matic full range 2 RETAIL SPACES FOR LEASE. 1,250 S 468.2374 p.m. $65.000.'S.e .
; Silver Lake In Foam Grips
1 BR COTTAGE on commercial motel I w/apts.,
$200 ask for Judy 2.750 sq. ft. Hwy 301 S. 964 8843. 11/20 our Gloves "
microwave Keystone Heights. AC fireplace. $250 and farmeries listings. Oil Filters $3.95''
964.8995. 12/18 Itchg OFFICE ft RETAIL SPACES. 600 sq. ft. and 12471604. 12/18 tfnchg acreage $8.95
FISHING BOAT Package deal 12 ft. up $225 and up. Tiffin ft Owens per mo. Lorraine Champion BrokerTROUT rn $1.99

alum. boat trailer 3 hp Sears Realtors 9645065. 12/18 Itchg Drag Bars
Gamefisher motor used twice Minn BOATS REALTY $14.00 KANE CYCLE

Kota electric trolling motor 1 paddle, 1 HELP WANTED t+ca.w..raaY REPAIR

oar 2 cushions. $695. 9646493. 12/18 1976 16' REGAL TRI HULL with 85 h.p. '64.t': : r -'} US 301 N 9645805Open

NOTICE CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS needed Mercury and trailer $1800. Dale "'',, us-JO9# Sport .
.. -l
M HI i tat
at Whispering Pines Core Ctr. LPN' Brown. 9646050. 10/2 tfn Fairing Tues-1 eases-t Tlmr

S RN's. Call Elaine Slocum. 9646220. 21 FT. T-CRAFT BOAT 140 HP outboard 3. N. TEMPI" .. $42.00 '.0Fred U
motor and trailer. Runs good. Best of
to the Bradford County REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks fer. 4311609. 12/18 2tpd 12/24
Telegraph office in writing and paid In Call 17554040. N. Fla. Real Estate College -'- -'-
unless credit Is already .
advance 7/3TFNEXCELLENT -- --
established with this olf ice. INCOME for part-time home ; A roe -
THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE assembly work. For Info call
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN 5046418003 Ext. 9579. 11/26 4tod ; Stafford

THE TELEPHONE. '10 month position. SALARY: ) t ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORResidential
Classified deadline Is TUESDAY. Based on qualification GENERAL f
NOON prior to Thursday publication. RESPONSIBILITIES: Promote an -
Minimum charge is 15 words for$3.50 awareness of the special educational Bradford County
then IS cents for each word thereof ter. needs of Migrant students among .
school/ and community based person ( DEADLINE NOTICENext MOBILE HOME SPECIAL

nel. Assist in coordinating all facets of
REAL ESTATE the Migrant program Work flexible two weeks 200 AMP Service, pole &

FOR SALE schedule ((40 hour week) which permits Hookup $375.00 *
All Ads Classified&DisplayDeadlines
home visits, etc., beyond the regular ,
8.00.4:30 day. LOCATION:: Central Office New construction rewiring-
UNITED REALTY OF STARKE 1640B S. Oak be resident of
In Live- Must a
Walnut St. 964.8447.. Fred Sackett Suwannee Hamilton Bradford Columbia Week of 12-25: Mon., Dec. 22,5:00p.m. repairs
Broker John Curies Associate 12/18 Madison Counties,
TFN QUALIFICATIONS: Must have at least Week of 1-1 : Mon;, Dec. 29, 5:00 p.m. 485.1952or

BEAUTIFUL SPRING LAKE PROPERTY In lour ((4)) years college training or 1
Keystone with a small cottage & large equivalent combination of educationand
garage. 964-8447 or 964.8848. 12/18 experience SPECIAL QUALIFICATION IJ 964.8830 24 hrs.

Itehg : Must own or have access to an *
..16tTYA' normal site & conditions
automobile A Florida drivers license Tti a, V .

LIVESTOCK and vehicle Insurance. SEND RESUMEby .. .. -- -
Dec. 22 2986 to SUWANNEE RIVER --- -
ECONOMIC COUNCIL INC. P.O. Box 1rn\\J 'it l A1 .
Live Oak. Florida 32060.
9648447. 9 a.m. til 3 p.m. 12/18 70.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER". 441 W. Madison [B :-MXl.JttCct lICICI tKJ: lt: IXIC2Q ::8ejI :HXJtQf: : ..C11:14:

Itchg WANTED Musicians for country and Starke, FL 32091 I
CHRISTMAS PUPPIES Red Nose Pit pup. southern "house" band Earl's lounge, '0<'0.' '
1 1 'female. REALTOR 964-4469 PAMPHLETS
pies. $200 each mole old 90 Highway Live Oak Auditions BROCHURES
9644683. Corner of Walnut& Call St. at 5.8 Mon. Fri. 12/11 2tchg 12/18 Assoc. Harold Epps 9644616IN STATIONARY .


salary for qualified persons. Bonus, hospital sm. dn.. owner fin $29,900.: BOOKS S FLYERS '. NEWSPAPERS
SCHOOLSSEMI paid vacation medical S other company LAWTEY AREA 10 Ac. lots, owner a '
benefits. Call for Interview at fin

DRIVER TRAINING. Earn Big Bucks- 4682804. 12/11 4tchg 1/1 LAWTEY 1251 2'BR. 1 BA. 15 acres

Drive Big Trucks! D.O.T. Certification HAIR 9644645.STYLIST 12/11 NEEDED 3tchg 12/25 Hoirplanes Inc. plus extra septic tank 60000. Our S'p cIa 'r

Local and National Job Placement GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040 CRYSTAL LAKI HOMI SITES -
Assistance. CorrespondenceResidentTraining. Call Beautiful brick veneer 4 BR, 2 BA on 2
Eligible Institution for Financial 59230yr.1-805-687-6000 Ext.Now R-5504 hiring.for current Irg. lots close' to lake, $90.000. I :1 1,000 Busmess Cards

Aid. Guaranteed Student Loans. led.rDllist. 12/11 8tpd 2/5 W. PRATT ST.i 3/1, CH/A stove, :

Call 1 ((800)) 2828165. UNITED TRUCK DEVELOP AND MANAGE YOUR OWN refrlg.. microwave oven ceiling fan '
MASTER Resident Training: Tampa FL HOME DEMONSTRATION BUSINESS ,L 38500. Reduced to $36.000. Raised Letters, Black Ink

fcan 86-423 selling beautiful Indoor hydroculture LAWTEY AREAi Gorgeous 3 BR 2 \

plants. Excellent commissions plus BA brick v.neer. over 2,000 sq. ftInterior $ 95X\ ,
volume rebates. Call collect for more decor that must be seen to 1 .' I
information. Fensmore, Inc. appreciate 9.74 acres ft much more. *-' '
MOBILE 305 886-2367.fcon 86-422 Price nego. Some owner fin. :I' plus tax :

experience, heat pump fuel oil gas, acre $39.000. Call 964- ", 5k'for Kim !
Work In
commercial/residential. LAKI BUTLER 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/Alg..
NEW ft USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy Tallahassee. Benefits and top wages.Callwrite' .
Wells at A&W Mobile Homes, 91>4.6407or Service Manager 2840 Industrial lot. only 41500.
964.6408.8/14 tfnrw Plata: Tallahassee, Fl 32301 HWY IOOC Lot with old haute, well 'BRADFORDPRINTERSi !

12 X tO SINGLIWIDE MOBILI HOME. 2|\ ((904)) 8774136. Icon 86.425 ft septic tank approved 7000.
central heat window AC\\ Rental Incom.
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ancestors of the Timucuan Indians, they could have their meals: on the THE VALUE OF CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOBILE HOMES
a collection of prosperous tribes who water without stopping" ---- -- -
inhabited the area when the Spanish One of the dugouts found at the IN YOUR HOME RENTLEASEOFFICE
12's eS MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, I
arrived to build -- ------
first set Peat Mine site is over 21-feet long. Ilev. d KirklandAs
By 1/2 both ren'fol
air Must see fo ap
tlements in the "New World". The Indians switched to Cypress AND WAREHOUSE SPACE predate 6000. Call 496 0071. 12/4
The Spanish historians of the day logs after the Spamish arrived and you read this, Christmas is: just around the corner In fact, it's only Located In Union County Times tln/chg
wrote highly detailed descriptions of they were able to acquire metal one week away (No, I'm not kidding! ) Usually during this time panic building. Call for information ..- --.-
the Timicuans in the years after tools. The tools enabled them to con- strikes and somehow we get all caught up\ in trying to finish the shopping. 496 2261. tin. NOTICE
they arrived, but were able to struct more sophisticated designs, It's this time of year many of us end up in a store going up and down the -----
discover only a little about their with thinner walls and more aisles saying, "Just throw it in, we can't be picky!" WANTEDFARM
.ancestors,who lived during a period graceful, flowing lines out of the That kind of attitude which is very similar to a combination of panic, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
modern researchers call "Archaic", harder and denser cypress trees grief and agony all wrapped up in one, has an effect on more than just mitted to (the Union County Times office .
prehistory, or before written records "The canoes found at the Peat your checkbook balance. It also spills over into your total attitude toward LAND WILL BUY OR LEASE Call In writing and paid in cd"ar.ce
were kept. Mine site are definitely of the older, Christmas You get caught up in the idea that all there is to this holiday is Tom Choir., daytime ((904)542) -79S7, unless credit .Is already established
These Tlmicuan ancestors are the cruder construction associated with the frustration of buy, Buy and more buy.. Then, without ever intending night ((904)542.7050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24 with this. olfice,

builders of the canoes found at the the prehistoric ancestors of the for it to happen, the joy of Christmas is lost in your home. ._---- THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT RE HELD
Ollie Strickland's Peat Mine site. Timicuans," Newsom says. "Theyare Why not try to change that this year9 One way to do so is by having INSURANCEMAINES RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES OVER IN
The older the better, as far as the covered with burn marks, and Christmas traditions in your home. The great thing about them is they CLASSIFIEDS THE TELEPHONE.WHEN AD IS TAKEN

anthropology researchers are con- the cuts on the wood indicate that no work for everyone because there are so many different 'things you can do. INSURANCE ACENCVl 25 E. Classified deadline TUESDAY
cerned. For instance, just decorating the tree can be a tradition in which
metal tools were ever used in their Main Street Lake Butler 496.3978. NOON prior *o Thursday publication
Researchers gets involved. Certain ornaments tell a story all their own and
have few everyone
very construction. Complete Insurance Service. 4/10 tfn Minimum charge is 15 words for S3 SO.
as they are placed on the tree they can he explained to the children
records of the
pre-historlc Ancient dugouts like this found in 'hen '15 cents for each word 'I.e'eof'er l. '
tribesmen. The new site could offera peat are usually in fairly Something else you can do is to make a "Birthday Cake for Jesus" if HELP WANTED
swamps have children We do this Christmas be
fascinating glimpse into the good condition, considering their you young on eve to ready for
Christmas Let the kids help this makes for _._
lifestyles, tools and social customsof age, because the peat is so thick thatvery morning. : it special them. -
Florida's earliest residents. little can reach the Also, consider placing notes on the tree to he read Christmas morning MECHANIC NEEDED Full-tim" '' and port REAL ESTATE
"The Indians of that era had no burled hulls to further decay. The which contain what you wish to give to Jesus! For instance, some problemor time. Diesel truck tractor repair Call
of thanks for something 496 3004 tin 12/4
specific. chg
an expression
agriculture. They were nomadic canoes found at the Peat Mine site
Another want to consider to read the Christmas SWING
hunters thing you might is storyas
who roamed over large are more than Is usually the .
fragile hove I'll find
a family just before bed on Christmas eve. In our home, we have a
areas of forest food
finding case, however, which means that INMATE ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR
Newsom said. "At manger scene which we use with candle light as an object lesson to help
various times
researchers will have to use extra AREA 4962126 or 4962903 evesOUR
tell the story This is a special time for the children as well as a
they would build canoes in a certain care in their removal and preserva- aid. memory Bachelor s degree and 'wo years experience UNION COUNTY REALTOR 'ft, ,
area; then sink them in business and -.- ---
designate tion.Newsom Whatever you do, realize the great importance of Christmas traditions. Industry required
carefully spots to hide is requesting assistancein I have only mentioned a few there are many others. Don't underestimatetheir Salary $/02.96 Bi.woekly. plus FOR SALE
them from their rivals before mov- preserving the canoes from the value Christmas for benefits, Deadline: open. To apply
in making more meaningful your entire family.
ing on. Later, if they returned to the Florida Preservation Society, an contact Lake City Community College.
They help build memories that will last a lifetime I can still remember
area they would have Rt. 3. Box 7, Lake Fl. PLANTS FOR SALE AT MARTIN'S FRUIT
a canoe ready organization based in Tallahassee. City 32055
certain ornaments we always put on the tree as a child, and putting up mydlld's FARM Apple peach plum nee
without having to build another "If we can transport the canoes to ((904)752) 1822. ext 313. EA/EO pear
train around the tree as well as other things. You probably have
one." Tallahassee will Employer 12'1 13 2'pd. 12/24 tarine fig. blueberry grope
we are hopin they similar memories You can add to them as well as give your children an dogwood, red bud golden main and
It is the number of canoes at the do the work Newsom
preservation opportunity for the same kind of warm feelings about Christmas.. crepe onyr"e. From $2 b $5. C used
site that lead Newsome and her col.legues said. "They coat the canoes in wax It's those! kind of feelings that help unite a family. Christmas should bring FOR RENT Sunday 497.2621, Ft. Wtii'a 12 1 18
to suspect that this site may to preserve them." your home closer together, no matter what the situation. It should 2'pd 12, 24
be more than a simple hiding spot. Excavating the ancient dugoutswill help you acct! one another for your good, and put aside:: the bad. TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
"A cluster of seven to eight canoesis be far more difficult. inally, Christmas traditions in your home should help all to rememberthe RENT Union, Cnuii'yTimes. 150 BOATS
very unusual in any area," First the water covering the peat reason everyone is getting presents It is to celebrate the birth of Moon Vieet, Lake Butler Phone
Newsom said "From the borrow pit must be pumped out. Jesus Chi'ist. That birth was the essence of all hope wrapped up in a little 496 2261 far f ml, inna'nn, tin
projectilespear( ) points found so far This will be done by Peat Mine child. There is no greater picture of love Making Christmas more than OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE 21' CRAFT BOAT wi'h 140 HP :>' >r
around the site, the number of owner Strickland, who has mined just taking trips to the mall can help your children learn that It won't do located in Urn-n, C wary Tones Building Runs gttd and trailer1. Be,' ,lfer Call
canoes located, and the recovery ofa the area for its abundant peat you any harm either at 150 West Main Call 496 2261. for 431.1609. any'irne. 12 182'pd. 12 24

painted wooden pole found nearby reserves for over 20 years and has May you and your family have a very Merry Christmas this year. more informal tin
several years ago, we believe that been enthusiastic about the unique Ed Kirkland is pastor of the Kin .siVv Luke Baptist Church, located just CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely fur HOMES
the remains of a large village may find on his property. west of Camp Blandmn on the/ corner <>J S.R. 16 and Mary Dot Lane at rushed all elec'nc cei,'iol heat and
be located on a high hammock very "It's been a great thrill for us to Kingsley Lake To have a question about your family answered in this col. air. priva'e paved i ,lad laundry and
close to this site. If that is true, it discover something like this here," umn send It to HOW'S 'IHE FAMILY Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. park playgi 'undo Near schools. hasp GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM SI I IU
would be a major find because of the Strickland said as he drove this 6337 Seminole St.. Starke. FL. 32091 or call Rev Klrkland's office at state' focili'ies PINES SRI 121 eus' Lake repair). Delinquent '0" priper'y
extreme age of the canoes already reporter on a tour around the property 533.2018. Numfs/u and MI po's. chg 'fit 11 13 Ext OH 1136 for
curren' repo ''is
found. It's exciting because finds "Our dredge operator was
like this one do much to increase our just doing his job one day in this area snu'I'ILake I Bu"e $300 a "i".,,,,'h plus
knowledge of an age almost totally and suddenly hit a something hard, deposi Fan i land also available. Call
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And what is known of these presence of mind to know that there Ph 782-317:2-Mon.lhru: Sot TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME wi'h

mysterious people? shouldn't be any logs down there so THE Fill Sand Drainfield Rock front p. ,irhi"i shaded b'I Near Wor -- ----
"They were hunters and he stopped the dredge and reported OFFICE Top Soil thing'-i Sp inys $125 a mm'h., Call 1985 HONDA THREE.WHEELER ATC250SX
gatherers," Newsom says. "We what he'd found. I'm glad he didn't rS) 496 2185. 1'cliq 12 18 Bnugh'.ew. in summer" 1985 Sac.fireu
know from skeletal remains and just plow through the 'hard spot' and SHOP White Sand for Ponds ONE BEDROOM TRAILER Only' mie, per S750 Shaft driven e'ei'' .Ie ,'a.. '

from what little the Spanish were just go on with his work. We might HOW.Coll SI. son 13o. reverse gear. Coll 4963004. fn ",g.
able to find out that they had have never known they were down 964.5764 -PERSONALpSERVICESPICKUP 11 13
organized tribes but never stayed in there at all." stark ,flo. 1985 YAMAHA ITJOON B'ugiv aw
too The - -' ---'- -- sun..n er 1985. Sacrifice a- S/50 Meor
one place long. men most The first of the canoes came up in ---
,ach.no'. Call: 496 3004 -fh r.. II 13
likely wore animal skins and the large, but fragmented pieces. Thena AND DELIVERY SERVICE M'.,day MOPED.HONDA.PASSPORT /OCC 1 .it a
women wore moss and garments whole one was found as Strickland ,
NAVAL AIR RESERVE thru I 'day We p.k up and deheraln speed wi'h helmet. 312 ''I es SJbO
made from Palmetto plants. They traced the outline of the hull with a HELP 's' o"y'.g.. i Coo: 4962462 12 4 COIl4962398,01'er5PM.I'rl'1 1218
had no tools but were very advancedand long prober. n
prosperous for their age." After the water is drained with 1 OPENINGS AVAILABLE

The canoes found in the Peat Mine hydralic pumps by Strickland's for prior service mili'ary per.

site are the "old wodden'"type, ac- workers, the canoes will be dug out t9nill in! :the .Naval 1 Air
....- ,Obrding to r{;wsonvwhasays the Indians I of the.peat as much as possible-by I < ; :
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switched wood types when the Newsom's team, then lifted out of Beautify ypur []QjJml !JfiJ (jJ
Spainish arrived the muck with a specially con- Home"a Ground & High'' clew p'si. 4rL,
"The earliest people from whichwe structed apparatus. Cut Brick Siding ions available in c.'"'rol. --

have any artifacts used the "We will use a frame made of two ( or Cut Stone ransport, helic,'p'er and a'
Yellow Pine for their dugouts," long 2'x4's with tough straps hung : fV Vinyl SidingAluminum tack squadrons. Call TOLL Plumbing Supplies From
Newsom says. "It was the easiest to between them," Newsom said."We'll .
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obtain because it was so common have to take one end of each Siding more &
and it was the easiest to carve using of the straps and pass them CallHomes infonnotion n 'i3;'<''gujj' III Durrance Pump SupplyWe

their 'chip and burn' method. underneath the canoes till they pass
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burned out an area of the log with other 2'x4' and try to lift them
stone carvers, packed the space with straight out of the borrow pit. It's going 24 hrs Financing Get into

clay, burned a little more wood, then to be difficult because they can GovernmentWork ,

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"Some of the canoes found have what is left of a wooden artifact after Train now for government exams tor (Any Room & Hall) . . 14 Scolchgard Available
City County. State and Federal levels
been unusually big," Newsom said. 3,000 years is made up of a large per- Specializing In cleaning and re-dyolng ol wall to wall carpet furniture cleaning
"We know that they would use the cent of water. This meant that the 7\: :: STAR! $9.48 hr. and otter bids on commercial work.
bigger craft for some things which two canoes pulled to the surface to AS Senior Citizen Discount mileaaecharge' Free advice
don't sound too out of place today verify the find had to be submerged Lena Macha CAI InspectorsTruchr
family outings and hunting trips. again in order to prevent them from tKAVEt AGtNl ."ig Con,Io" t Inn Mffdeal/Denial .Room..,., 1/" ">' Call 984-4997 Call "" .Membero'
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They would pack the family in one of drying out and falling to pieces!> All Wuk Guaranteed Chamber of Commerce
the larger canoes and travel down to "We all looking forward to the Civil Service, Jobs available nationwide. eim-a Cherie
the river to visit friends, much as we restoration of the canoes," Nevtsom High School Diploma not necessaryaep' .r,

do today. They could even cook in said. "But what may be even more .hole lor present government job while exams.preparing at

the boats while they were on the exciting are the things we may find\ u Iy in ) e r len t Jnlnt.l1fnentl l1 Write & Include Phone No
trips, by building up a sand or clay around them. It promises to he a ''' 'l1004323004 CHRISTMAS TREES
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I Former LB Deputy Cleared of Sexual Misconduct Charges; I

Former Union County Deputy legally on the date alleged." the beer to the child. However, said began on his own prior to this re office (state attorney's office) to those rumors (which "prompted
Sheriff Garry Seay has been cleared The complaint was filed on Nov. 19 the report, both the minor and her quirement.The conduct investigations into actionsof Seay's resignation) and assure the
II'l charges ul sexual misconduct according and turned over to the state at parents have "emphatically stated report also stated that Seay personnel of law enforcement citizens of Union County of the integrity -
to a report released Monday torney's office that same day. The they do not wish to pursue the con had resigned, not because of any agencies at the request of the chief of Sheriff Jerry Whiteheadand
1>('c. 15, by the office of Florida incident was alleged to have occur tributing charge against Garry Seay wrongdoing on his part, but becauseof law enforcement officer of any par- every" member of his depart-
State Attorney Eugene Whitworth in red while Seay was off-duty on Nov. and at this time no charge will be "unfounded rumors which ticular department. I (state at- ment.
(iamcsvilleSray 18 and involved a minor child. made." persist." torney) always stand ready to assist
Seay is married and has been on with a totally independent investiga Rumors that Seay had returned to
resigned his position of deputy Investigation concluded on Thurs- Seay will be required to enter a the Union County Sheriff's Depart- tion." work earlier in this investigationwere
l sheriff on Tuesday, Dec. 9, while day, Dec. 11, and cleared Seay of deferred prosecution agreementwith ment for 14 years, and has been a "As a state attorney who has wrong. They were thought to
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead was! out of any charges of sexual misconduct. the state attorney, which will lieutenant for five years. directed and conducted numerous arise from the similarity in appearance -
town. Sheriff Whitehead became However, said the report, Seay did require him to fulfill certain conditions The Child Protection Team from investigations, many at the requestof of Garry Seay and his
aware ol the resignation upon his provide a minor child with a can of for a period of one year in orderto the Department of Health and the governor, my duty is to prosecute brother Larry Seay, who continuesto
return on Thursday, Dec 11. beer which she consumed while he insure that this charge will not be 1 Rehabilitative Services were also involved those who have committed work as a Union County Deputy
According to the report releasedby was taking her to her residence. brought against him a later date. in the investigation which criminal acts as well as exonerate Sheriff
the state attorney's office, the investigation Seay could be charged with a One of the special conditions eventually cleared Seay. hose who have not committed any Garry Seay has begun orientationwith
revealed that "Garry misdemeanor offense of con- which the state attorney will requireis The report noted some of the alleged! criminal act." the Department of Correctionsfor
Sea.v did not commit any act of sexual tributing to the Delinquency: of a that Seay continue alcohol duties of the state attorney's office "1 hopethat I the results of this in- an,as yet, unspecified position in
misconduct, either (factually or minor based on his action of giving; counseling and treatment, which he and stated, "It is not unusual for mv dependent investigation will stop one of the prisons.

I Second LB Man Arrested as Result of Shooting; Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm

!Michael Dean Dukes, 27, of Ft. recognizance. Bond was set at$5,000 owed money on it, according to the and according to witnesses Dukes Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
While (formerly of Lake Butler) per charge for a total of $10,000. arrest report by officers D.L. reached into the 4-wheel drive and 24th Street, follow signs or
turned himself in to Lieutenant Jones was also charged at the timeof Cochran and John Mirshew. tried to pull out a pistol.
Larry Cochran of the Union CountySll'nll's the incident with one count of aggravated Alexander had left fie' car to enter Jones went to the other side of the Call 964-7109 &We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30
Department on Tuesday, battery with a deadly the store, leaving Jones and Jenkins truck and pulled out a semi-
Dec9., after being released from the weapon and later released on his outside. Randall' Dukes went to the automatic shotgun and, in the confusion Come Visit Us In Our I
hospital where he was treated for a own recognizance on $10,000 bond. driver's side of the car and pulled which followed, Jones fired one
gunshot( wound in the leg. On Saturday, Nov. 22, at about 10 Jones and Jenkins out. round into Dukes upper right thigh Co-Op Craft Shop
Both the wound and the charges p.m. Dukes (accompanied by Randall Clarence Griffin, Sr., father of and leg.
resulted from an incident which occurred David Dukes) entered the parking Jones, happened to also be in the According to police reports, -- Cut Christmas Trees for Sale -
on November 22. lot of the S&S Food Store in Lake store and saw what happened lie witnesses said Dukes was backing
Dukes was charged with two Butler with the purpose of repossessing ran out of the store and as he approached away at the time he was shot and All Nature Sings of Jesus
from Lee Alexander the vehicle, Michael Jones was encouraged to fire by a f" h
counts of aggravated assault with a a car Tommy -
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Dukes semi-automatic rifle black female spectator. -
deadly weapon. Victims were Tony who was accompanied by pulled a
Dwaine Jones and Clarence Griffin, Jones and Ronnie Jenkins. from the Dukes 4-wheel drive and Jones was arrested immediatelyand
Sr both of Lake Butler. Alexander had purchased the car pointed it at Jones and Jenkins. Dukes was arrested upon his
Dukes was released on his own from Randall David Dukes and still Griffin took the rifle from Dukes, release Irom the hospital.


. Glen St. Mary Man Arrested in LB on Drug ChargesDaniel SUPERMARKET

Anthony Durland, 25, of juana) were filed against Durland. smoke in the vehicle where the sub- wildlife officers that the marijuanaand
(ilonSt. Mary, was arrested on Sun- Wildlife officers were on routine jects had put a cigarette butt. cocaine were his. He was then
da>. Doc 14: on drug charges after patrol on Owens-Illinois Road 30D taken to the Union County Jail wherehe
Wildlife, Officer D.R. Jordan and about 5 miles north of Lake Butler Wildlife officers searched the in- again waived his rights and told _
Sergeant! li.E. Woodall stopped himto when they met an old model dividuals and found a paper bag con- Lieutenant Larry Cochran of the MICROWAVE = -
check his hunting license and Chevrolet pick-up truck occupied by taining several plastic baggies of sheriff's department that the mari OVENS
stamps in the Lake Butler Wildlife three white males. marijuana and one plastic baggie juana and cocaine his. _
:Management Area. Upon getting out to check their containing a white, powdery Bond was set at $2,500 for the cocaine x = e =

One count of possession of cocaineand hunting licenses and stamps, substance which appears to be co- charge and$1,500 for the marijuana GAS = _
one count of possession of more wildlife officers noticed the caine. charge, a total of $4,000. He -_ GRILLS -
than. 20() grams of cannabis (mari- mariioann nnri thA nrp"pnr<> of Durland waived his rights and told was released on recognizance.

. Lake Butler Man Charged with Firearm TheftEdward RCA presents lh next dimensfohrn tight and spund

Bass 26, of Lake Butlerwas Whitehead said he questionedBass Whitehead, on learning that a old uniform which was being storedon
arrested Monday Dec. 8, by about the revolver at that time revolver fitting the description of the Whitehead's farm pending com
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead at Bass' and Bass denied knowledge of it. one he owned had been seen, went to pletion of the jail construction.Bass .
On Dec. 8 Susie Mae Bass' appartment and confrontedhis said his reason for taking the '
home on a charge of grand theft Monday, !
of Lake Butler reported to girlfriend. firearm was that he feared that he i
firearm)J. George :: / 1 1 /
Bass works for retired Sheriff authorities that she saw a black Cynthia Looper, Bass' girlfriend, would be assaulted by his estranged _
John Whitehead of Lake Butler. male identified as Bass on Sunday, turned the stolen revolver over the wife's family. He told officers he had
Whitehead missed a chrome plated Dec. 7, wearing a green Union County Whitehead who called authorities.Bass already been assaulted on more than Itttt-
revolver which was in his Chevrolet Sheriff's Department deputy's arrived and waived his rights.He one occasion. r
pick-up truck. The revolver was first uniform and carrying the revolver admitted to stealing the revolverin Bass told officers he burned the I
noticed by Whitehead to be missingon stuck in his waistband.The July. uniform in the fireplace. Bond was
Aug!; 25. revolver's description fit the The uniform was also taken from set at $2,500 and Bass was released
one missed by Whitehead. John John Whitehead's farm. It vas an on his own recognizance.

:Man ArrestedOn FREE

Drug ChargesIn Lee's Restaurant & LoungeIJ A $1300 VALUE I -

Lake Butler VV ,1- h,
1 800 North Temple ((301 N.) Starke, Florida j1 eh.e.
Thomas D. Nettles, 40, of Lake { See your Sawyer

Butler was arrested on a charge of We Serve Chinese Food salesman tor NO MONEY DOWN
manufacturing cannabis (marijuana details.

), one charge of possession of Seafood & Steaks Cooked American! % FINANCING
cannabis in excess of 20() grams and 8 8 for purchases thru
one charge of contributing to the LUNCH SPECIALS $2.95 up DINNER SPECIALS 4.25 up 0 Dec. 31,1986
deliquency of a minor. Annual Percentage Rate
Nettles surrendered to Union WE HAVE A BANQUET ROOM JUST RIGHT
County Sheriff's Department Officer The only fully Integrated audio/video system operated by a single
Larry Cochran and was arrested FOR BIRTHDAY PARTY OR CHRISTMAS PARTY remote. controlIt'sstatooMheartin
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Johnny Banks, 32 of Lake Butler
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IGA Store in Lake Butler. 'Zoo
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Tommy Spires, owner of the store.
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to Bradford Deputy Doug on the tracks and within fifteen
;, York. With the girls was a 16yearold minutes the juveniles were located
.boy, originally from the area, said Deputy York The four had been
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J center. The girls were released to HSR
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Robert Craig Croft, 31, of Lulu discovered that Croft's license had Thursday Dec. 11. According to the of alcohol and one charge of under 3 $5 95
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10, by Florida Highway Patrol Officer to the report, Croll kept telling the found a 1981 Chevrolet Chevette in revoked. FREEReservations .
P.P. Kraszewski on one chargeof officer that he would continue to the ditch with the engine runningand She was released on recognizance. \ -
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one charge of driving while license recogni/.ance. One white female identified as Gainesville was arrested on Thursday -
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was slopped on SR-100 for Gainesville was arrested on Friday, When asked to exit the car, the sub- Patrol Officer Calvin Pace.
not having his headlights on and Dec. 12, by Union County Deputy ject staggered and could not walk. A The subject was stopped on SR-16 The Strawberry Patch Restaurant
given a verbal warning. His tag had Sheriff Larry Seay on highway strong odor of alcohol was also pre in a routine license and safety check.
expired on April 6, 1986 and he had 231-A. sent. The subject produced a license ECONO LODGEHwy
no insurance on the car. Seay was dispatched to a call of a The subject was arrested on one which had expired in June of-1935. A In the
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dispatched at 4-18: a.m. to the Lake
white female filed a complaint of a '
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observed one black male identifiedas
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sets out to make a lot of money sentence according to Judge Crews, the Bradford County area. He four-buried coconuts t the county
If last week's 'voodoo' curse was oruered to pay a$31,500 fine period through the pain of others and i is because he had no prior convictions.! brought the cocaine into the county, courthouse, is believed to be relatedto
intended to prevent Roosevelt Wims by a five years probation the into crack the Wims case If the intention
supervised cooking ,
John J Crews said during caught, one has to pay the price. Wims was found guilty by a jury in
from to the failed Judge Wlm'sfreedom by Imposing
prison curse -
that he felt sure the An emotional defendant who kept November of conspiracy to traffic in provided the street sellers and provided was to
sentencing the threat fallOut -
houses in which to smoke the scare tactics,
defendant had mAny Rood attributes his hands over his face during most a controlled substance, crack cocaine
Roosevelt of
Wims 40
'Papa' children of the sentencing will receive 67 days and trafficking In a controlled crack. ed.
Gainesville was sentenced Mondayto He has small a
credit for jail time served. Wims sustance. The state contended he
a total of eight years in the faithful wife and the support of some Last week's voodoo attempt, the
received the minimum mandatory was the major source of cocaine
Department of Corrections and of his community, but "when one r


I BC State Attorney's ReportThe .

Bradford. Oil ice ol the State victim (1$83)) and pay $200 attorney years probation, o, bred to make James Lee Martin arrested Sept. dant.
restitution. 26 for grand theft; dismissed, Im- Issuing worthless check; restitu- Patient
Attorney received 42 new individualcases lees.Elmer Smith arrested May 2 lor venue. tion made.
Kato arrested July 17 for forgery proper
and/or felony delendants month for of false imprisonment, battery; pledno uttering a forged bank check (victimCurtis Francis Howard Norman arrested Grand theft auto, possession of Services
prosecution during the contest to interference with Edwards); placed on probation Oct. 4 for disorderly intoxication marijuana; lacks prosecutive merit
November. Seven of the cases were lined $200. five years, must make restitution resisting arrest with violence, retail Issuing worthless check; lacks
prison related, according to Investigator Willie;Smith arrested March 27for to all nine victims. theft; insufficient evidence as to this prosecutive merit.Aggravated Monday. Friday
Wiley Clark. five Betty M Varnes arrested August 6 defendant battery; victim does
grand theft; pled guilty, given By Appointment
filed 22
Information was on prior
probation, lined $500 for issuing worthless check (PJ's Thomas L. Hamilton arrested not wish to prosecute.
cases and the office declined to prosecute years Lee Jenkins arrested May 10 for Sports Center); defendant sentenced June 26 for possession of cocaine, Burglary armed, aggravated
15 cases. Twenty-five cases currying concealed firearm ; on other charges. possession of cannabis; pled guilty assault; lacks prosecutive merit.
were dismissed. There were two dismissed, defendant deceased. Varnes arrested August 6 for issu- given five years probation, fine Aggravated assault; victim does Bradford Hospital
jury trials and six pleas of guilty Betty M. Varnes arrested Oct 1 ing worthless check (Williams $750, placed in Restitution Center in not wish to prosecutive
were accepted. Five. cases receivedno tor worthless check, defendant pled Jewelry $587.20); defendant Jacksonville. Issuing worthless check; lacks 922 East Can STTOTI9646000-
judicial action.Tu'ntyfive to other charges. sentenced on other charges. Defen- prosecutive merit.
misdemeanor cases Diana Smith 2 forlorgery dant sentenced Oct. 13 to 12 months Rose Marie Powell arrested June Grand then; defendant being prosecuted
were tiled and 13 prior cases were uttering a forge bank DOC and ordered to make restitution 2 for burglary of dwelling((4 ) In another jurisdiction
dismissed by the ollice in Nov., said theft
grand pled guilty
Edwards) ;
check (victim Curtis ;
Clark. The ollice declined to -
prosecute defendant sentenced on othercharges. theft,placed on five years probation,
eleven cases Thirteen pleas Lucian Blocker arrested August 16 make one-fourth restitution, must be
of guilty were" accepted and there Smith arrested 2 for forgery, for aggravated assault; case employed within 70 days of birth of ': "
was one nonjury trial. uttering forged bank May check (victim dismissed, insufficient evidence as child or will be sent to Restitution { :
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tiled in
Five petitions were Soebcr Goodman) ; defendant to this defendant. Center : %
juvenile court. Three pleas of guilty sentenced on other charges. Inmate Roger C. Slora charged Dean Moss arrested Aug. 23, 1982 : : Z44
were accepted.The Smith arrested May lor forgery, with possession of contraband, a for burglary, grand theft; placed on
following cases received uttering forged bank check (victim weapon; dismissed at request of investigating five years probation, 364 days in
during the month of Annual Yield
disposition Starke Motor Parts); defendant agency. Jacksonville.Probation and Restitu-
November. sentenced on other charges. Jefferson L. Johns arrested Oct. tion Center,$2,500 to Bradford County -
Smith charged with forgery,uttering 22, 1985 for issuing worthless check ; Sept. 24, 1986 arrested violationof
Timothy Wayne Kirchame arrested forged bank check (victim BillyIlardenbrookdefendantsentenced (TG&Y); insufficient evidence as to probation warrant; probation Rate %
Sept 22 for aggravated ) this defendant. modified to make payments monthlyin
assault, case( dismissed, insult icient on oilier charges. Christopher Lee Zile arrested Oct. the amount of $150. CompoundedMonthly 7.20
evidence as to this defendant. Smith arrested lor lorgery uttering :8 for disorderly intoxication, throw- Winston Wayne Williams chargedwith
Varasclu Havonniekel Pernell arrested forged bank check ((KKK Enterprises ing missile at occupied motor vehicle grand theft; pled no contest,
Dept. 17 for aggravated ) defendant sentenced on ; duplicate charges filed, case placed on three years probation,
assault,carrying concealed weapon, otiii-r charges.. dloon1! ssed. make restitution, fined $500 and
loitering and prowling, casehsmissed Snuth charged with forgery,uttering Shirley Williams arrested June 16for court costs. I
insufficient evidence as check Mitchdl's
worthless (
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to this defendant. torg'-d'' bank check (victim John Drug Store) defendant<< pledon The following charges by sworn : : '
Arthur ) ()rodl', Jr.), defendantsentenced : 1700.Zo
individuals were .
Jack Knight arrested July 16 for on other charges. other charges. complaint against OAnnual
pled guilty to arrested 30 for dismissed as follows; '
aggravated! ; Keith L. Jones Aug.
Smith arrested 2 tor forgery
battery, placed on probation one May issuing worthless check (Bell's Fraudulent use of credit cards; insult /
11Ioslt'1'11'1'Center)) ; placed on five I
\ejir nrrli-rerl to make restitution to ; (;iaragio 1 restitution made. ( icient evidence as to this defen- Yield oRate

. Driver Changes Plea Prior to Trial> I

Johnny Eugene Brown, whose guilty 10 u charge ul iflusal I to sign 101-B Edwards Road Starke
driving while intoxicated trial was citation. CompoundedMonthly 705
scheduled lor Nov. 24 in Bradford This is Brown's second DUI offense Hunters' Special Thurs., Fri., Sat. Only
County Court, pled no contest to in three years according to
wihuil-wanton i reckless driving. Assistant State Attorney David SUPER STAR 120
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Jury selection had been completedbut
the trial was unnecessary when Morris C. Carter, Jr. pled no con ; $:.
Brown pled to the lesser charge. He test to a charge of DWI and was f lined $139.9 ear" %

was sentenced to ten days in jail, fined $625, his license was suspendedfive : ..
$625, must attend DWI school years, he must! attend D\\I' /'/,'" ,> Ilrlp with/ the Bradford Co.; Emergency Radio Drive '" Z 18
complete 50 hours community workor school and complete 50 hours com
give two pints of blood. munity work or give two pints: nl 964-6897 nua..IY-ie..ld.
Brown was lined$415 after he pled !blood. HURRY! HURRY

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$107 FmllA loans millionin approves, grantsThe TEAL TI LE& CARPET- .- Compounded Monthly: -- 'u: : 'V.:

Florida Farmers Home Ad- 131 N. Cherry Street Starkeo- 964-7423 .
minstration (FmHA) xpprovedloans -

imately and$107,000,000 grants totaling during approx-the 1986 3. : ; : : : %

fiscal year which ended September ,
30, 1986, according to L. James Can Install 6.96

Cherry, Jr., State Director. 'We Co)1
FmHA is the I.S. Government's Annual Yield
principal rural credit agency. It 1tl jUl!
provides loan assistance to Cut 'N

farmers who are and unable other to rural obtain residents credit I111'itlte For Rate %

from banks or other lending institu r .6 /D
tions. The loans are to be repaid in LoopCarpet CompoundedMonthly '
full, plus interest, to the U.S. iii
Government JU, #1 .
In the farm loan area, FmllA officials
approved a total ol 312 loansto '. .. i
Florida farmers with a value of ,
$17,474,220. Heading up the list '[ ""feat..; :

farm loans where a .. %
were operating (Sculpulted) ,iJ/"" .
total of 249 loans were approved for 6.75
the purchase of farm operating expenses >
livestock, or equipment. Yi'e'ld
Fourteen of the operating loans $ Q99 An'nual

were made under the guaranteed ..
program where a commercial '\
lender makes the loan and the 1 j. I Rate %
government then guarantees it. Ac- per yd. aIn 55
cording to Cherry, much more em- Installed CompoundedMonthly
phasis will be placed on 90 Days
guaranteed loans in the future. Stock Carpet
Next on the list of farm loans are
the farm ownership: loans used for .
the purchase or development of qty : Same As Cash <
real estate. A total of 33 loans were :
: :
approved under this category total- Available :.mn :; : %

ing $2,093,280. A total of 30 Financing APn ynl''e tljd6.38:
emergency loans were approved to
assist farmers in the recovery $ 99er
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Irom the effects of natural disasters such as hurricanes,
and These loans d.
freezes, droughts.
totaled $1,853,200 00 Rate
Of the 312 farm loans, approximately i
50 percent were made to Compounded 6 2Q
farmewrs that had not been borrowing -
money from FmHA in the Monthly .
past. The present FmHA farm loan
portfolio in Florida consisits of approximately ,
10,000 loans made to .- ... '
nearly 3,200 farmers at a dollat ::3, .k, ;
i n tf w Ml :nto
volume of just over $370,000,000. "***tF %
During the 1986 fiscal year, the !? *&
FmHA Rural Housing Program l6.01
obligated for the benefit of the l-

rural residents of Florida, a total of A'l
7164174800. These funds will
enable low and moderate income
residents to build, repair or rent V Rate ? %
modest. decent, safe and sanitary 3Y
housing for their families. Compounded'Monthly 5 85
FmHA made 795 single family i f//( ,

home loans, totaling 27533260.00, 'tic ; .
with the majority being for
sonsturction of new homes. FmllA '
currently holds mortgages on approximately f '

27,000 Florida homes. When .want a high CD rate
104 families obtained home repair ". yt" MMN'ra -- a. you ,

$loans a34,080.00.and Also grants, a combinationloan totaling look up to Florida Federal.

and grant of $$3,500,000.00 was Carpet Remnants
made to provide Farm Worker
Housing in Belle Glade. Three
Housing Preservation grants and FederalFor
One Sell-Help Technical .
Assistance grant were made to

non-profit and public body a.-' 500/o Off the Florida Federal office nearest you,call 1800THEBANK.
pliiMnt lor$$723.WO: ( ),
to IvqftslIMUM DEPOSIT$1,000. Rates subject to change. rnx'Substantial .
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:, December 24, 1986 D.DELUXE
i I 100 FREE Home use with' suppliud AC Adaptor PLAYER' CII:
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AM/FM/ Stereo Receiver' with Buill In DoubCassette .-
Deck S.ml.Aulom.llc Tbrntabl
$38-0 .SpeekerSyatemandRack Doubt.cassettedeckwithsedeephy E

..band graphic equalizer. Control I
Equipped with CD In jack
ICF-CIOW AM'FM stereo tuner
AM.FM DREAM MACHINE- .Power Indicator, for tt--__ ---- --- -
Super-compact: AM.FM clock radio saves space FM stereo indicator
Power back.up capability' .Mlc lack >$
Separate Hour and Minute buttons lot simple .FM mode selector 3 6 9 9 5
accurate clock alarm selling .Balance u control, .
alter Dream alarm Bar soundsand(or eight'enlra minutes ol/snooze lime .(Double Auto stop/Fixed Cassette/ recording Deck control) WEEKLY C A S S I 0 KEYBOARDS

\ ,11"((28 cm)belt drive turntable
(Auto return/DC servo motor)
\ T-120 Gllbrator 6 HourTAPES Center 6'/',"unit((16 cm.12)'lull/rHes(range) speakers"(M4e,3 VlD) $$ 79 MT 205 MT 55 I In Stock
Speaker 23'1,-(e11J4WM7") ( ) /,-D( )
Rack:31'/-HKl6'WKl3'/4-D/ ( ) / ( ) ( )
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'1' 5 Instruments in Stock

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't'\v FISHER COMPLETI AUDIO VIDEO SYSTEM Ortg$800,If purchased separately tale'''.9' purchased separately tale" .tS"
j 'itf' This holiday season,we've combined our Orig$1550.If purchased separately sale 999." e Bull),In stereo amplifier and tuner UNIFIED BtMOTt CONTROL a wireless
beat,911In 110 wall complete audio 25' e 110 walls per channel amplifier e AM/FM stereo e Coble ready Infrared' remote control that operatesstereo
system wllh a synthesizer tuner wltn 8 AM and 6 FM e Multi-function Infrared remote control with and color monitor,plus VCR.Orlg
.4 diagonal color TV/monitor and a single channel preset e 14 band graphic' equalizer direct channel access 149 If sale 79.98.
94. purchased separately
remote control that operates bom units .Servo-drive e Audio/video lacks for direct hookup to thestereo ,
t \ plus an attractive component stand'for VCR shown below and stereo Audio/Video(052 90 2M) regency
turntable e 3-way 15 ball reflex park,downtown,daytona ,
home entertainment.Add a
complete audio system
speakers e Cabinet on casters with glass
X Fisher VCR for even more enJoyment. door and too


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