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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 25, 1986
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04449
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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A Christmas cantata, entitled

H.. "Everlasting Light," a Christmas O.J-
Carol for Dark World will be "
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formed at 7:30: p.m. tonight ( ) !"o
(Wednesday Dec. 24) by the Adult Plot plan fora proposed new and will go to the City Council at its
; Choir of the First United Methodist Burger King fast food restaurant on January 5 meeting for final action.
Church of Starke. .ffi o US-301 was approved at the Dec. 18 The petition was presented by
The cantata will be recorded and \ VI.O City Zoning Board meeting, subjectto Steve Denmark of Denmark Fur
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:r:', broadcast on Radio WPXE-FM at pending permits from the Depart- niture Co., representing Clara Mae
; 10:30: p.m. Christmas Eve, spon- ment of Transportation and the Knight, the owner. Denmark said if
;'. sored by Green and Hobbs, the Suwannee River Water Manage- rezoning is approved, the furniture
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-, local legal firm. V'1B ment District. company plans remove the house
.. Soloists are Marian Douglas, and construct a new commercial
i Carol Milner, Bill McRae, Debbie The restaurant to be operated building for carpet display and sales
'i' Woodfin, Randy Andrews, and Dirk under franchise by Contemporary department for Denmark's. It was
Schmidt It is directed by Bill Management, Inc. of Gainesville, learned that the present Denmark
l McRae. will be located on approximately two Furniture Store on the south side of
''!t."O / acres at the intersection of US-301 Call Street, will! be remodelled and
South and Lafayette Street. The site have a new front on Madison Street
3.. B-Books on Sale... >- to be used is the former location of (SR-100) facing the new Winn-Dixie

Jf. Bradford High B-Books will be on the A.D. (Marian) Crosby home, Store now under construction.Two .
sale during the holidays at the \ together with adjoining property
., Chamber of Commerce, Mitchell's purchased from Charles and Joann special exceptions were approved -
by the Board of Ad-
Sawyer of Sawyer-Slade Gas Co. city
Drug Store, and The Office Shop $
for $5 each.B.Books justments following the zoning
are histories of Bradford Construction will begin soon after meeting:

"," High School, containing the names $ the expected permits are received I i
from SRWMD for the surface Cecelia Terwillegar, realtor, was
large
of all graduates since its beginning,
. given a special exception with a six- X
water basin and
and names of prospective retaining approvalby -
I month time limit, on 10 acres of R-2A
DOT of the
graduates through 1990. proposed access entrances ..
residential property off Bessent
Proceeds of the sale will toI i to 301.
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Road, just east of the First
Jim Faust of
Bradford High School for much Contemporary
I. Presbyterian Church, for use as a
needed and Management says environmental
equipment supplies.
site for a convalescent home. Plans
B-Books can also be purchased at landscaping of the site will be stressed -
for second
I BHS or by writing to: Bradford $ with large grass areas providedand the site a convalescent home on ,
are now uncertain, however.
.. High Alumni Association, c/0 BITS every effort made to preserveall
581 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL p. trees possible.The .
32091. / corner portion of the propertywas The Chamber of Commerce and
; The BHS Alumni Association is purchased from the Marion G.K. Ely were given a special exception -
7 set to meet at 7 p.m. Jan. 8 in the Crosby estate through Faulkner on three pieces of property rl
<
.) BHS Library. Realty. directly across from the City Hall on <

N. Thompson Street for a "public .
Knight Property... '
facility. According to present
Call-In Program... 'b A petition to rezone the C.A. plans, the property will be used for a

A morning call-in service to .O 1 Knight property on W. Call Street public parking area under the city's
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assist senior citizens who are aloneis .:::L from residential to B-2 (commercialsales project for downtown redevelopment. -
offered by the Starke Police o c; and services) was approved .

Department, according to Chief .
Jimmy Bowen.To .
become involved in the program -
a citizen is asked to register Holiday Hours for Local Businesses..

with the Police Department, then ( The Community State Bank and Florida National Bank will be closed

.,-' After call in 10-a.tfirttwrFmice before: : 10 a.m each Dept.day-will'check 7 1o; ';:;' 'j{.; 't."I, Christmas business as Day usual, Dec.other 25,days.and New Year's- Day,.Jan. 1, but will be open for i

i on those citizens who have ; Florida Federal will be open until 3 p.m. Dec. 24, and closed Christmas
not called in. If there is no answer, !
Day. FF will be open until 3 p.m. Dec. 31 and closed New Year's Day.
a police officer will visit the Winn-Dixie will be until
open 6 p.m. Christmas Day and New Y'ar'sDay
residence. $ (NYD).
Chief Bowen reminds the public o The Chamber of Commerce will be closed Dec. 2526.
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that the service is available. The Bradford Courthouse will be closed
County Dec. 25-26 and Jan. 1.
tiJ \f Norman's Market will be closed Dec. 25 and Jan. 1.

,; Stump's Dept. Store will be open 9-6 Christmas Eve and closed
Child Find.
.. Christmas Day.
< Family Dollar Store will be 9-6 Christmas Eve closed Christmas
Do you know a child with a han- flit 7 : i< N open ,
dicap? Day.Dollar
Child Find is one part of the General will be open until 6 p.m. Dec. 24, closed Christmas Day.
Florida Diagnostic and Learning MERRY S"MAS.* Eckerd Drugs will be open 9-7 Christmas Eve, closed Dec. 25, and open
Resources 9-9 Dec. 31 and open 10-7( Jan. 1.
System (FDLRS) that a
lends support services to .t>S Students return to school Jan. 6. Jan. 5 is a planning day for teachers
tional student education excep '?Pr 0t "" and statf. The entire school administrative staff is off this week, but some '

t in a six county area: Bradford programs, .$ CH \s.:..h. ;+:. S* Cf CH will work next week.

Baker Flagler, Putnam, St.Johns, I'i.
and Union Counties.
. One function of Child Find is


dicapped the identification location preschool of of children potentially students and han-youth, and Solid Waste Disposal Cost to Escalate for Countyby I


between birth and 21 years of age -
who may have a handicapping con- Buster Rahn cased with special materials, is Gilchrist county, west of manpower and equipment at each County residents may dispute ot
dition and is not receiving services. under way at the landfill on SR-100S. Gainesville, has also levied an collection center. The county has experienced solid waste at the landfill at no cost,
Some areas of the handicapping BCT Staff Writer The high-rise operation will begin assessment for solid waste disposal, damaged equipment, providing they display a sticker,
conditions may be speech, The Florida Department of En- within a "few months," increasingcosts charging each resident and businessthe because of persons failing to properly available at the clerk's office in the
language, hearing, visition, learn- vironmental Regulation (DER) is for equipment to move dirt for same amount, $36 per year. segregate household garbage, county courthouse. A new system of
ing, behavior or physical problems.If turning up the pressure to bring all covering the waste material.In With the counties utilizing real metals and other materials. identifying residents will be phasedin
counties in the
state into
you know of a child who may compliancewith addition to those expensive estate tax records obviously renters soon, in an attempt to provide services -
be handicapped, contact regulations on disposal of solid changes in disposal, an improved will escape direct billing, but will Bradford County presently to Bradford residents
waste.
' FDLRS/Chifd Find at (904)) 328.8811 records system will be implementedto find that landlords will pass the cost charges commercial haulers $5 per onlysince neighboring counties are
in Putnam County or write Regardless of the disposal method determine the amount of solid on to them in higher rents. Bradford pick-up truck load, or $15 for larger not contributing financially to the

FDLRS/Child Find, P.O. Box. 159, chosen rise or regional by Bradford landfill County the cost, high-will waste being generated in the county, County is currently in process of vehicles, for solid waste disposal. Bradford solid waste program.
Bostwick, FL 32007. increase and by whom. Cash collections for locating and recording mobile
beginning in the near commercial haulers will be collected homes not appearing on record, and

Surplus Sale... future.Darrell O'Neal, director for solid at the landfill, improving service will be in position to bill each owner Historic Call St. Building
to those using the facility, but at or resident of a mobile home. Apart-- I
School Board surplus property waste disposal for Bradford County, additional cost, ments will, likewise, be counted and
goes on sale every Wednesday from said drilling five monitoring wells, If Bradford County should find added to the list. Leased as Sign Art ShopThe
1-3 p.m. at the Operation Center off neighboring counties willing to enter ,
Orange Street behind Bradford into a regional landfill, some costs If, and when the county enacts an
Middle School. .. will be pro-rated among the assessment for solid waste disposal, old Dover building on the corner about six months ago liked what he
The items, including materials, "1 ticipating counties, but savings may par- collections for disposal in the landfill of Call and Thompson streets, saw, and decided to return to Starke.He .
equipment, and furniture, are pre- be lost in increased transportation from commercial haulers will terminate better known to Starke residents as will be open for business "about
priced. For more information, expenses. If joining a regional land- since each resident will the old "Stump's Department Store" the first of the year," said Daughty.
phone 964-8780. fill brings about the closing of the already be charged for that service. building has been leased, according The building, built in 1888 probably

t present site, closure cost, up to Haulers will be able to charge only to owner Clyde Simpson, Jacksonville by Alvarez and Kite,
$ 5,000 per acre, may be faced. for pick-up and transportation of realtor. operators 01'a livery stable on the
Upcoming... waste materials. Charles Ellis Doughty, formerly of ground floor, was purchased by the

, The Senior Center in the B-U Bradford County is operating Tulsa, Oklahoma, has leased the Dover family. The building was
i Guidance Clinic, will be closed Dec. ,under a two year temporary excep- building for use as an art and sign renovated following its use as a
24, 25, and 26 for the holidays. tion, along with Alachua County,and Coming Soon... shop, specializing in custom signs, livery, and converted to a retail
Qualifying opens Dec. 29 and others in the DER's St.Johns O'Neal will implement a numberof silk screening, commercial art, and store. The second story of the

runs through Jan. 6, 1987 for the District, and participating in a solid changes in the operation of the paintings.Doughty. building was used in 1893 as an armory -
Feb. 17 Brooker election for Town waste study. Following the study, five Bradford County solid waste said he recently sold a the meeting place of Com-
Councilmen, Group 13. Bradford County will be faced with collection centers and landfill, business in Tulsa and relocated in pany B, 4th Florida Militia. Co. B
The Bradford Zoning Board is making long term decisions, in com- beginning in the new year. Starke, to get away from the traffic was mustered in 1898, under the
t set to meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. pliance with DER regulations. Each solid waste collection center and stress of a large city, and into command of Capt. Eugene Mat-
30, in the Starke city hall. The John will be manned full time, although the slower pace of a small town thews, for service in the Spanish-
Torodi request for a conveniencestore Source of Funding... days and hours may be staggered to which will allow him to "do some American War. Co. B continued to
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on the corner of Flume Road Florida Statute 125.01 provides for accomodate people whose hours painting. use the second floor of the buildingfor
(NE 13th St.) and SR-16 is scheduled counties to establish special taxes, won't allow them to use the facilities The west half of the building will several years after the turn of
to be back before the zoning above the 10 mill cap, for govern- from the standard 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. house a store, operated by a friend the century. In later years, the se-
board. The zoning board sent it to ment services and utilities. While work day. Collections centers are said Daughty. Her store will handlea cond floor was known as the "Opera
potpurri of items, some new, some House," where dances were held.
the county commission without the county cannot charge the now located on: 1) Old Lawtey Road
used and perhaps some items on In 1911 Fred Stump opened a dry
recommendation, the commission residents of Incorporated towns near Starke 2) on Brownlee Road,
bounced it right back to the zoning 3) on Samson Lake Road, just off consignment.
S ., within its borders the county can Doughty said he visited the area (tier Dover... P.3AI)
board. SR-100,4) and Brooker. A
contract with the municipalities for Lawtey 5)
-The Bradford County Commis- those services, and the residentscan shelter and toilet facility will be re- I
sion is set to meet at 9:30: a.m. in turn, be charged by the quired for each station and fencing
Monday Jan. 5, in the courthouse. t towns, or cities.Neighboring for those that are not currently
The Lawtey city council is set to Union County has enclosed. Copy Needed Early Next Week...
meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 5, already passed local ordinances to Each center is nowe equipped witha
in city hall at Lawtey. Bird fund landfill operations, with billingto compactor for residential The Telegraph staff will need copy turned in early next week.
of the Lady... The must be printed Tuesday and be mailed to subscribers
The first Tuesday meeting be Included with taxes, household garbage only. It is planned paper
Starke city commission is set for Reba Wilson of Brooker has a mailed by the Tax Collector property'I office.In to have, in addition open containers Wednesday because there will be no mail next Thursday New Year's

7:30: p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6. quail farm near Brooker where Union County, each resident will for bulk items, metals, etc, Day
The Board of Governors of the she raises over 10,000 birds by be charged $60 per year, each and an area for white goods News columns, social items and hard news, classified advertising and
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com herself. business $120 per year, and if the city (refrigerators, washers, etc.). display advertising must be turned in to The Telegraph office by 5 p.m.
merce is set for 12:JS p.m. Thurs- For more details see our picks up solid waste from a commercial It is essential that solid waste be Monday, Dec. 29, to be published in the Jan. 1 edition.

day, Jan. 8, in the board room of B-section. firm, the cost goes to $240 properly classified and separated, -The Editor
the Starke Center of SFCC per year; said O'Neal, necessitating the added


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Mrs. Louise" Ward has one of the brightest! houses around during theChristmas The Ward house, located on Pratt Street in Starke attracts visitor
holidays when she adorns her house and yard with decorations from all over the area each evening when she turns on her '.
"she lias b..nl.ollt.l.ting for years display. brighLly'1lj'h,7 '',' .I tt':" MAC-LEE CONSTRUCTION

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in that location, Stump moved to the btucco added in the 'The interior -
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workshop on school financial Duncan says that makes the Brad- Retained the services of the law conference saying the state has
operations and procedures is set ford program one of the highest firm of Green and Hobbs to repre $90,000 to spend on the Career Ladder
shortly after the new year, followinga ranking in (the state, and qualifies it sent the school board. Atty. Johnny Program, another form of merit
request by school board members. for national competition. Duncan Hobbs will handle the school board pay for teachers.To .
New board member Evelyn Chas. commended Mrs. Hurse and Mrs. work. The firm and school board qualify for the Career Ladder
tain voiced concern over some pur Hurse commended the teachers and agreed on a retainer of $625 per Program,a school district must sub
chasing practices after looking at students in the Chapter I program, month and $60 per hour. mit a plan. The school board approved
bills. Mrs. Chastain said she saw formerly known as Title I. a plan for submission to DOE.
r some items that it appears could Merit Pay... Saw among internal budget
;ayl have been bid even.though they are amendments that $8,000 has been
4' School board members back
\ under the $2 000 purchasing limit. came transferred to textbooks from new
: from the annual superintendent's
i New board member Jimmie Scott, equipment at Bradford High. --
an accountant, took immediate note
of Mrs.Chastain's statement,saying V '
rrr there is probably room for tighten eosotuMay
ing up purchasing procedures. I
Supt. Jim Duncan said he'll appreciate dBfeettngs
f/ anything that can be doneto

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time have been set, but the "",, 7 oyJ'A; If,
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first week of January very, very I ...
shortly after the first of the year. ? 1'I /
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members, Ms. Chatain, Jimmie '11 Family Designer Shoes onieaEMEs
Scott, and James (Cobby) Wain-
wright.
EveVi'2 L.A. Gear Candles
Citizen Request.., you have a double lt
Q values Nina 9 West
Southside fifth graders Brittany order of happiness Eery
Bula and Casey Trimble, accom- &S" Gloria Vanderbilt Clao
panied by their teacher, Mrs. Bren- this holiday sea-
da Stroud,asked and were promisedto son. We appreciateyour Bradford Square 417 Edwards Road Stark
be placed on the Jan. 19 meeting
agenda, to talk about covered patronage. 964-4071
walkways for their classroom.The .
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tended to the last classroom on the ECONO LODGEof
end in any of the schools, and the
plan was to be fair to all, said board Starke
a member Len Schlofman. Chairman
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{ Rodney Hall thanked the two fifth
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graders for coming to the board and Strawberry PatchRestaurant
said their funding request will be
j considered when the board budgets
building items. Starke 964.7600

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Big Tree...
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One of the biggest trees in the area this Christmas belongs to the Wayne exemplary status and recognition
1 tailings worth family,who decorated this huge tree in their front yard for by the commissioner of education
the holidays. and the state Department of
From left to right are the Hollingsworth boys (from left to right: Keith, Education.
Jeff,-Chris and Josh. Bradford's remedial program met
the goal it set for student gains of
one percentile on tests said Program
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Job Corps-Training slots are ; 'Face &i
available in health occupations, 1
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outdoor stage. Dear Editor: sr

I would like to congratulate the Bradford
Rotary Exchange County Humane Society for the outstan- r .,
ding job they are doing in providing ser
vice to the community. Unfortunately, I
EDITORIAL Program Aids can't (when the river flooded was an exciting
time when I was a child). There have beena
For weeks I have been after this
lot of changes in Brooker the last :30
Christmas Still a Time for Hope"The World Fellowship organization which is to slowly help starving me with an and abandoneddog is crippled. years.changes What? are her feelings on these

But all I have found is the ultimate in
\vidc-ranging, / 1"111'1 its ol ho I Kotary passing the buck. I wish you would write about John ).,\'id
way to mend a bad world is to create the right 'world. FoundMion Scholarship program bur These have created an organization Francis the UF punter and BUS grad
Whether this world is ever to be the right world will depend upon foreign exchange students was descl r+ilicd, that people they can feel good about being a You write about Fort Harlee on the San-
the people In it..and each of us Is one of these people...each an individual to Slarke HotMi.II1,1..1 week by Viikie part of, but lack the ability to get the job ta Fe. Was it near Hampton, Graham or
free to develop his own life as God ordained. Ralph Carver who has just 11'1111'1I1',1 I from nine. done. I've been told by members that if the Brooker?
.walDO.. U fcmerson.Christmas ro months ol Study at (th* University ol War dog was sick or injured, they could help, Doyle Conner said in his campaign thatit
wick in England. but due to the lack of funds they can't help. would help education to do follow-up of
is the time of year we try to put x-rated publications. Vickie said site lea uted lh.it the desire Their solution: Call the Sheriff's department students after they left school to see if the
aside the problems the failures, and the short But in spite of this gloomy outlook it is lor peace around the world is stronger educational system is effective. Maybeyou
comings of our imperfect world in order to con- heartening to know that at least one custom Ih. ti nationalities, unit l that all thc young The Sheriff's department went one step could get SFCC, at Starke to do a study.
The
centrate on the joys, the hopes, and the aspirations has never changed and still remains un- p""ph'"h"1I1l'1 and.. l studied with luring her better and visited the site where the dog is, Bradford people I know education were served well by
of the future. challenged fog almost 2,000 ears. And that slay in ":II,;I,1I111 had peace us a common but could not do anything about it. They County and life style.
custom is the celebration of the birth of a goal She commended Rotary Inlernadonal suggested that I call the Humane Society. One of the weaknesses of Orange County
It take a bit of doing to forget, even
is that of the
may lot lit dim t Is in this direction .11111 most political power is concentrated
who defeated his enemies turning
momentarily, the turmoil that sometimesseems peaceful man other cheek and is still revered by siiid. the scholaislnps li.nl I (" 'ellcctivc in I've decided to settle this problem in my in Downtown Orlando. Billionsof
threatening to engulf the world and all the civilized creating belter. iiiiilersl.indinu ol students own way, and in the spirit of Christmas. I dollars in tax writeoffs are spent there,
in
at this nation
of its inhabitantsand yet the sun still rises in especially around the world.season, every t bunt pailicipaliiiit II."11111>4. want all members of the Bradford County yet the downtown continues to die. Lip ser
the morning and sets at night. Perhaps we On one occasion' Vickie haul, she met a Humane Society and all Bradford County vice is paid to East and West Orange County -
should not expect or ask for more, consideringthat Even the Ebenezer Scrooges in our midst are man li'nin Libya who seemed to Commissioners to be looking for the best and the suburbs. A specific example is!
our planet is being run by such imperfect apt to find themselves, in spite of all the :young l'I'gitl'lllll'l' wish a clrgi'ee ol suspicion, as Christmas present they will ever have. Interstate 4. It goes through downtown
human beings as we are. ugliness, hunger, homelessness, and other she did him. AH It'l' ..evening exchang\ One lucky person will receive from San- Orlando and when there is a trucker acci-
Ours is a time nC such rapid changes that miseries of the world falling under the ing views, however, she I mind that he ta a starving, malnutritioned, but loving dent it ties up through traffic for 20 miles.
mankind finds it hard to keep up with them. mystical spell and warming influence of His "seemed, fx u "", c.! guy"..."and l I hope I Ichongl'd dog. As one member of the Humane Society Yet the City Fathers won't build a truck
Computers, apparently just as imperfect, teachings at this season. IIIH |ir :-convri'il opinion ol' told me... "If the dog wandered into my route because they want all the traftic to
though faster, than the humans they replace Christmas inevitably brings forth a kind of Americans," (.he .Haul. yard I would take care of it." pass through downtown.
now seem destined to control our lives more spiritual rebirth which seems to restore the Although nio.t ol I slthU'iils at War MERRY CHRISTMAS! Keep up the good work for Bradford
and more, whether like it or not. and of trusting County
we freshness expectancy wick seemed lu lie "i" the I radical side" Mark Box,Starke
We are living in a disturbing time when the ehildh+xxl. The essence of Christmas Is the with strong alll..gll\'cl"l\Il\I'lIl. views!!, Vickie Merry Christmas and a Happy New
terrorists bombs and hostage-taking threaten hope that un enduring"Peace on Earth" mightone bound that many ol them had. \ "global") vision Year to the staff at BCT.
lie witty of us all, an d I no one has yet come upwith day he realized: in spite of arms races curbed.Chrl.ti.1O that. rather than a n.irrow natnin.ilislirviewpoint Reader from Orlando Wiley bishop,
a way of coping with them. It is a time of threaten to annihilate the globe unless "G jlobalisin. spi-iiks lor the Likes Brooker News ; 909 Marubon Av.,<>i',ando 32086
unprrcedrntedcorruptionandgraft! in politics, world( in its ik'siic lor (x-im1. She speaker
and/ conlidcniv is living lost in Wall Street and non-Christian may some day void. During her slay ii aliroi l she loured Has Other Suggestions Letter tn .l-Mitor:
1"' '.III"1 unethical I, or even criminal !lsidcrI join hands in a mutual purpose that will Scotland and Wales i"?
I trailing", / It is a |Dine when the moral sl.iinma ultimately i lead to tolerance and understanding Editor, Telegraph: J. W., Ovie and (:n'I.1 41"o' .
of the Earth. That should be Scholarships which ainoiint wish to Ih.ink all their friends mid
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ii 11 ink III collaiMiv, and lie( standards ol our lie I liiux'iiinl' pl'al'rof every man, woman, and to about .1,000: for the nmo-monlh period, Sue Davis's articles from you Brooker. I would and now) that they may ho back in
SIIHIIB (iiiijiUarc' under constant IminbardnitHi cliiM on HUM one thousand, nine! hundred and Ul'"llIlowcd by Die Paul Urns Fellow like her to know that their homo. dm. In lire lists, l by
common knowledgeand
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the 1986 year with awards goingto Williams, M.iryAnn Pringle and | '|| Hi. II.111!I Oil !'oullI'"!lilt. I Ill'|'|'lllM"r :Zj.
Jackie Hot' lot all their
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Fall Jackpot held November 22
Six jackpot shows with $200 added ,'

and three shows with $300 added ( t y, Afl, l ,I 4rl I ,t, Br
were sponsored. by the riding club 1 ; '

The Saturday shows at 3:00 were: held every 4th 1i t tit 1 ;:_._ u' ; ,i HOME 1l

The winner of the most money for ,
the nine month shows was Kim Grif- w42jj 1\
fis with a total of$1,592.75. She won a (J
saddle donated by the Bradford ,
Riding Club Second through sixth i.v
place won a beautiful monogramed
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The 2nd place winner was Melinda r
Pringle Middleburg with$691; 3rd !
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The club plans to continue their to your door. Thank TQv
jackpot series in 1987.
The Bradford 1 Riding Club wishes you friends.
to thank Henry Lawson, Joan ,f.

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Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church is sponsoring a Holiday Pest Control .
Homecoming Service and Banquet
Sunday, December 28, 964-5288 f HERCULES
Morning service begins at 11 a.m,
with the speaker being Rev. Mar- '
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Jacksonville. The banquet will begin ,,. .-- ..--
immediately after morning servicein
the church dining room. Banquetwill
feature Minister Ross Chandler.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $2,50 Bill's CB Radio & Electronics
for children, according to Rev. EO. }t ,
Howard, Jr, the pastor. 101-B Edwards Road Starke

Outlaw Realty Staff 964-6897

Enjoys Christmas Dinner

Tuesday night, December 16, l )I II
Lavern Outlaw gave his associatesand
invited friends of Outlaw Realtya
Christmas Party and dinner at The
Bradford Family Restaurant.
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beautiful corsage and all present enjoyed f
: an evening of fellowship with /
friends and colleagues. a
Mr. Outlaw noted in his remarks g
that he "appreciated the trust and
cooperation among the staff that has
helped the company become so suc- 1
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Bradford Lodge No 35, F. &A. M,
will install officers on Dee 29, 1986 1 _j
for the ensuing year
This meeting is open to familiesand I
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:' will be served at 6:30: p,m. with the D 01
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Hobert H. Reilinger was the Mrs Gilbert Brown, National
speaker at the meeting of the Col.! Defense Chairman, presented the
1L IJ// Samuel 1 Elbert Chapter, Daughters Acton "How Citizens Can Take
jj <)f the American Revolution on Against Pornography" and
Thursday, December 18, on the sub- gave Information on how one can be
ject of "Our Flag". The Stars are better informed to keep our children
symbols of high ideals and the from being exposed to pornography.
.4 Stripes reflect the rays of light. A Pornography Group of citizens
'i r.. r t r On June 14, 1777, the decision was' could be formed similar to Crime
1 made for the country to have a Na- Watch groups and work together in
tional Flag In the beginning a stripe like manner. Educate your com-
and a star was added as each colony munity and law officers and keep Informed
became a state. In 1794 it was votedto of changes in the laws. Ex.
freeze; the number of stripes at 13 press your views to magazine
for the original colonies and add a editors, television programs, etc.
star for each state admitted.
new
Mrs. Robert Reitinger and Mrs.
The flag should represent the noble
Fremont Tolles were hostesses for
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-'III' '1tli1"'r'Pp: a or purely political
home on Bedford Lake A white
reasons. When we think of our flag,
Christmas wreath with a deer center
think of what we can do for our coun
United... and foliage was on the
., try and what it means to us. placed
mantle with Christmas tree
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1. Mrs David Taber, The Regent,
1M The three Bridge Clubs of Starkemet
a side of the with for
+ on one room gifts
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together for a lunch-bridge those present. The refreshement
event held. at the Offlct>r"* Chub at Chaplain Lucille Starnes gave the table covered with Christmas
was a
Camp Blanding (above). devotional using Psalm 19 as the cloth.
poinsettia
The ladies were celebrating one of Scripture reading. .'
their members' 00th birthday L
Jeanette KlncaUle the original '
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member of the Wednesday Club.
At left the hostesses of the event
are shown with Mrs. Kincalde.
From left to right: Judy Swimlull,
> Thelma Jennings, Jeanette Kincaldeand
Luciell (;rl'l'n.

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Mimi Scott Honored

With Bridal ShowerMimi N 1

Scott, daughter of Mr. & in Bradford Square Starke

Mrs. Jimmie Scott of Lawtey, and '
bride-elect of Julian White of Atlanta -
her in a warm cuddly
Wrap ,
was given a bridal shower Satur-
day, Nov. 22,at the home of Mrs. IrieJ.
25% Off
Hamilton Sr., in Lawtey. ROBE -
Assisting Mrs. Hamilton as
hostesses were Mrs. Dorothy Moore t #t SELECT GROUP LADIES
and Mrs. Patricia Smith.
The Hamilton's dining room was : DRESSES 25% Off
decorated with a beautiful center-
piece bouquet of pink v.hite and pur- ,.
ple balloons on a white linen table
cloth, arranged by Janet Starling ISOTONER HANDBAGS '
Flower and Gift '
Shop. GLOVES
Select Group)
Guests were greeted at t the door by (
the hostesses Gifts were placed in &
the family room around the ( SHOES ; 25% Off
fIreplace1l're/ Mimi and her guests ,
shared in the opening. Pat Rowe
Make GreatStocking
assisted in the displaying of the StaffersOpen 9:30: 5:30: sift s ,
gifts. After receiving prides for the Sat. Wnpping x ,
many fun games that were played, I _
guests were served refreshements, i
with Dawn Scott, sister of the bride, Free Gill With I -
serving the cake. Mrs. Dora Strongwon 50- Purchase ,
the door prize with all prizes 1 ;
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filled with Y'ery'MerrY
tronage. May your home be ,
Ms. Mimi Scott was honored witha
surprise lingerie shower hosted by happiness.
Ms. Yvette Perkins her former "
roommate, and Ms. Yolanda
Calhoun at the home of the latter on STUMP'S ,
November 15.
The party room was decorated
throughout with balloons, streamersand DEPARTMENT STORE
a lovely purple umbrella, the
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entertainment and presented Miss r
Scott with many lovely gifts.
On November 20 co-workers at the
Dept. of HRS, Youth and Family ELjkgjti
Services surprised Mimi with a lovely I
luncheon at their office in Pompano -
Beach.
Fifteen employees presentedMimi
with lovely miscellaneous ,
wedding gifts, and enjoyed a x
wonderful luncheon treat.
On November 24 at the home of '
Gladys Thomas in Green Acres, }
Mimi was feted at a lovely bridal
shower. Seasonal flowers and
greenery, set off by lighted candles,
was used in the party rooms. # '
The hostesses presented Mimi I Ii Yt
with an assortment of bath linens as te
a momento of the occasion. Many i 1 t x
gifts were received. Hostesses for
the shower were Mrs. Donald Sladeof a I
Hampton, Ms. Brenda Butler of 1
Lawtey and Mrs. George Holiday
Mrs. John Diggs, Mrs. L.V. Hardfnand
Ms. Gladys Thomas, all of
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PEACE Prince of Peace. We sing with you and thank .'

you for your friendship.

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In the spirit of Christ- you and your family all the peaceful joy

mas, joy and peaceto of Christmas.

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CongratulationsMiss transportation Kentucky visited her sister and was a delightful program and en-
gnu ttootnt parish hall.
DI'WIII"accompanied brother-in-law toyed the the Mass with Father Michael
Mr. and Mrs. by large audience.
Lori Snow and Mr. Doug the group. Lawrence Larkin, the St. Augustine Director of Masses
Meng
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Martin their Brownie Troop iftl held :
announce marriage on a Last the RENEW
1986 Program.
Christmas School Day iq (no Midnight Mass).
Dec. 18 in Kingsley GA. Party at Hampton Schoolon Mr. p.m.
December. Ray of
Lori Is the daughter of Tim and Tuesday, Dec. 16. Under the Birthdays All grades at school. enjoyed Fri- N.Y. directed Repp the Gainesville Trumansburg St.! Christmas Day10 a.m.
VickJ Crews of Hampton and Ron leadership of their Troop Leader 22nd Donald Smith, Jr.; 23rd day, Dec. 19 with class musical Augustine Student Center Choir
Snow of Green Cove Springs. She attended Betsy Hersey, they decoratedgingerbread Romeo Parado; 25th.Audrey Ford, skits and movies. Before leaving for during the celebr4l ion. withmusic VOA Party
o Seaq Smith and Scott Wood 26th the Holidays they were treated
Hampton Elementary School boy cookies baked by ; to Father Rob
Garafalo
of Orlandowas
and was a graduate of Bradford Scoggins. They also enjoyed Cassandra Fisher and Joyce Col- refreshments. They were delighted the The St. Edward's Altar Society
Homilist.
High School. beverages and other goodies. This lins; 27th Paul Morgan; 28th- Lon- with the visit of Santa Claus who hosted a Christmas Party for the
The young couple is making their Troop donated Christmas presents nie Custer, Kylie Jordan and Randy distributed candy canes to the good Following the liturgy a buffet din- residents of the Volunteers of
ner served.
was
home, in Palatka. We wish them to the residents of Su-El's Retire Parado; 29th. Melody Youngblood; boys and girls. America Home on Tuesday, Dec. 9.
Attending from St. Edward's
muchhoppinessI I ment Home In Hampton. 30th Cynthia Jones. the next school day for childrenwill Refreshments of cold drinks, sand-
be Jan. 6, 1987; Jan. 5 is a .Parish were the paster, Father wiches cakes and cookies wereserved.
Visitors School ,Te-her Christmas gifts were
Brownie Celebrations Progam Planning Day.
Joseph Finlay, Dr. &: Mrs. William distributed to the residents. Teresa
Brownie Troop 31 visited residentsat i Mrs. Louise Mattheus!, accompanied On Tuesday night, Dec. 16, the Marchese, Mrs. Jan Powell, Mr. & Meng led the group in singing
Norma's Retirement Home in her son, Glen Mattheus of students presented a Christmas RENEW Process ConcludesThe Mrs. Allen Jones, Mrs. Josephine Christmas carols and familiar
Starke on Dec.: 16. They helped Folkaton, Ga., to Tampa last Wed. Musical Program for relatives and Cumber, Mr. & Mrs. Fran Meng. tunes.
decorate: the Christmas tree and They visited her sister-in-laws, Mrs. friends at the school. Under the .' two year period of RENEW
brought along refreshments. Alma Petersen and Mrs. Lottie direction of Mrs. Carole Stevenson, was marked I
Assisting their Troop Leader,Deb- Jones and friends there before returning the children of each class sang a ,With the St. Au on /Sunday, Dec, i. .
bie Brqome were Julie Collins, Jen- home on Friday. variety of favorite Holiday songs. the Eucharistic Liturgy bratl n of
nifer Darley, Christina Broome, Mike Fitzpatrick of Pensacola Is The Program concluded with the Prime Osborn Convention held In the
Danielle Hersey McCord, spending several days with his faculty presenting their own pro- Jacksonville.t Center In
Tracy McCullough and Dena Rad- grandmother, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre, gram. They were attired in night
ford. Patty McCullough assisted in'' and ether relatives' and friends in the clothing and carried their bedtime
area. stuffed animals. When thev. sand "[
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.II were A uui" didn't have any luck. We were about tree and decorated -It. And _
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Sunday Services.. 11am
to give up. When we dad. He
If I were a gift I would like to be a had more luck than we hoe At least everything was nice. By December ':Christmas Greetings to everyone.
computer. Because my brother 23 we were happy and, everything. 'You will be remembered. In our
wants one. So I would wrap myself he found a place to live. It was fur- prayers.
and I would put myself under the nished and boy were we glad we had So be careiul when you leave a 782..3080Rev.
tree. some clothes in storage. So we had house. Make sure you turn John Oeorga Wilton
Eric Juchnelwtcz everything we needed except one everything off. Eastern OrthodoxBIBLE
thing a Christmas tree. The End
If I were a gift I would like friend- ....... .
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I were a gift I would be a pretty
diamond ring.' Because a ring is so In 1937,the U.S. had two' million domestic refrigerators: Great Britain had
pretty and it shines. three thousand.
Christine RanjbarIf M1 dtut

I were a gift I will be a puppy.
Because people like puppy.
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I was a gift I would be friend-
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gift you could ever get. Walter F. Montz, PastorWe

Erika KingIf invite you to worship with (is. i rl 6 .. tr

I were a gift I would like to be a Attended Nursery
friend because I want get beat up Sunday School . . 10 am .
and get pushed around and tripped. Morning Worship . . 11 am
Jason VanAllenIf Evening Service . . . 6 pm
Wednesday Youth . 7:30 pm
I were a gift I would be friend-

ship. Because I thank that friendship 1 THI BRADFORD During this time of joy
great we say
is nice and sweet. I would give
\ friendship to everybody. And I COUNTY TflESRAPM thanks to our patrons and may the
would share with others to. I would '
Published Thursdayat
share with every star guide you to a happier
my family.Melissa BaileyIf 135 \V. Call Street abundant life.Jones .

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Our thanks and
Christmas tree. many to you your

"Mom can I put the bulbs on?" May the glow of the Christmasstar
asked Lynn. r
"No not yet", said mother. After brighten your lives.
the tree had been put up and turnedon
It looked beautiful. The
neighbors came over and said that it
looked beautiful.
But then a stong wind came
through an open door and knockedthe Durrance Pump & Supply
Christmas tree over. It was a sad
situation but what could they do. 964-7061
They would have! to start all over.
How depressing. So they all pitchedin \
and helped. When the tree was
finally up it was even a greater
sight. They jumped for Joy. Then
they all gathered around the
fireplace and sang many Christmas
carols.
Next it was Christmas morning
everyone was sp excited, they *;
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wanted to get downstairs and open ; kh % JTfS'4
their Christmaspresents.. y egg y1C3.I
After they had opened 'their 8a,
presents they ate and everyone was
so grateful for Jesus who died on the
Cross for us. Let's all remember him
Christmas morning. Let's all be
thankful to this man. And remember
what he did for us.
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ChristmasBy

Evelyn: Delores Hudson .I.IR .Ir .It
If I was rich, I would go out in the
streets of Bradford County, and get >
all the homeless people. And I would
tell the people to come to me and tell
them to tell me what they want for
I Chrls mas.
Because Christmas is a time for
giving and caring for one another. It
seems like people are forgetting
about what Christmas is all about.
But if I 'was rich, I would give
them anything they would like. It
would do me good to see a smile on a '
little girl face, when they S .
boy anq GIn the Spirit fS
have received, c present. So when +
you sit down en you are open- \
ing your Christmas presents. Just {
stop to think about\ the homeless people of s/iristmas ,. k 1; pk
of Bradford County. I'm sure
They would appreciate: it very much.
.. Boy oh Boy if Only I was rich.

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Sharon Konkel) .,-"+n
It happened on one cold winter
day. It was the 20th of December.We .
were on our way to the mall to go
Christmas shopping. We left around
noon and we gotback about 8:00: at
night. We drove up the driveway to .
our house. But only our house wasn't Wishing you the pleasures of a real old-
there. All that was left was one side

I of asked the house.the fireman The rest what was had ashes.happen-We Dr... : and Mrs. Carlos M. Hernandez. fashioned, family holiday.

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players as they lost both games, the BUS will resume basketball practice nadoes lobbed passes and tried to .
65-53 to Gainesville High and 54-36 to deficit down to four, but then Felicia after Christmas and will next dribble through and traps. "That
Orlando Jones, in an 8-team double Davis fouled out. Davis had been play Jan 2 nt Cedar Key was the difference. We couldn't even
elimination Christmas tournament guardinGIIS's/> Lisa Mathews who get the bull to the free throw line," BAND FOR HIRE
played at North Marion High near scored 10 points in the second half said Coach Slater
Ocala. but none in the third quarter with BIIS handled the trap in the second "SOUTHERN CONNECTION"All
Coach John Slater used the tournament Davis guarding her. Orlando Jones 54 r BIIS I half and was coming back. The
for game experience, and BHS found out it can play man-to deficit was cut to eight points in the Original Rock & Roll Band
played everybody in both man.Coach Slater says that will probably 36A fourth period but then Fclcia Davis
games. be the main BHS defense from slight change In Orlando fouled out. In addition, starter Rhonda -
The score could probably have been an OUR SPECIALITIES ARE:
now on.Srodlod Jones half-court Bright was sick and didn't make
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Gainesville High played the Tor-
nado five man-to-man and "we
couldn't handle it the first quarter,"
said Coach Slater of the 65-53 loss to i1riJi1rs.
open the tournament.In .
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Richard Anthony FlynnMr. "_
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Richard Anthony was born at St. 1 1I
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Columbia High at Lake City this past going to be tough. Baker
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Bradford High lost 66-54 to Cross offensively is a scoring threat and Baker High again got the quicker and faster.
City and 73-67 to Baker High in dou- floor leader. And guard John Berry the Tornado five with a players did not get back
ble overtime. Is expected to see more action. Dec. 18 in the Columbia after making a basket,
Brown Jenkins and Rodney Mosley Christmas tournament in Lake ran by them the coach
Upcoming... are playing to their potential. BHS had several chances the Bradford player would
The 1-4 BHS basketballers' next This is a smart group of basketball the game, but couldn't come foul instead of the
action is their first home game Jan. players. They pick up things quick it, said Coach Godwin. Brad,6 drawing a charge.
6 against Ocala Vanguard. ly, says Coach Godwin But the Jenkins had a chance to did not rebound very
a BHS faces a tough schedule after players must realize they have to game with a free throw at the Baker either.
4k4, 1 , the holidays Coach Jay Godwin sweat a little bit to win. regulation play with no time senior Baker five played
f points out. clock, but missed the pressure shot well,and outrebound-
,1 Cross City 66 BHS 54 ed chance. Center Pat Diggs
q y sfINr. BUS Weaknesses... A cold third period, when Cross City close for a three footer 14 II II II 14 4 47
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Coach Jay Codwin. win last Friday, Dec. 19. Twenty-one fouls were 31 5.' 67
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boxing out effectively which allows understandable when one realizes .
opponents to pass oft.Inside or drive both teams wore almost {Identical
inside the BHS defense. Being slow gray uniforms a tournament over G/ncr's/
getting back on defense also means sight.
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, game against Cross City. says Coach Godwin, who ways the 30-26, at the half and played evenly Perms including cut . . '25.00
weaknesses are partly his fault for with the Bears in the fourth period.
Diggs had 22 the but the
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& Stuccoing Needs"Hwy.1. 9B4-S2U WtdnndayLukt 814 E. Nona 994-6200-Keystone 473-3176 964-1051
Sterfce 964-5817

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& ABSTRACT"We STYLE SHOP 1 + r I John
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encourage you to worship Dimple Overstreet & Staff '' FridayJohn 238 E. Washington Street CORP.
this week & every week" 117 S. Thompson Street i
>i r 18.18-33 984-5274 Mark Mullins & Employees
964-6881 964-5780 r I I Saturday

NORTH FLORIDACHRYSLERPLYMOUTH JORDAN AGENCYAT 17.9-28 John DOUGLAS BATTERYOF GERALD GRIFFISCONSTRUCTION

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DODGE INC. "Serving You First" Rebuild Starters, Superior Quality Homesat
Alternators & Generators
"We're Committed to Serving You" 441 W. Madison Street Affordable Prices
Auto Marine Batteries
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Best Seafood In Town Complete Auto Parts Handmade Gilts Starke's Only Home Owned
236 S. Temple Ave. & Auto Paint Celebration Time Hwy. 100 S. 9U.7633HURST'S Independent Bank

964-5685 680 N. Walnut St. 964-5644'! 111 I. Walnut 964-7130
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Why celebrate the end one year
beginning of the next? It seems strange custom yet ORIAN WELLSCHEVROLETOLDS
-HJHA FLORIDA there 'Is a good reason lor it. __..a nr__e.w
Restaurant \ NATIONAL BANK Few, If any ol us have come even close to EXXON SERVICE INC.
perfection In the year lust ending. So we look ahead
Mandarin & Szechuan Cuisine. toward 365 brand-new days blank pages In the next "24 Hour Wrecker Service" Management & Staff
Avenue Officers, Directors chapter ot our lives. 987 N. Temple Avenue Hwy. 301 North
1900 N. Temple & Staff What will we do with them? On the eve ol a New 984-6111 9847500CORBETT'S
9647881Chastain's Year most ol us certainly have the desire to try harder "
r to be better people.
Jewelry NAPA AUTO But even while we are saying "OH with the old and Lou Ann's Azalea
\ on with the new,," we are also clinging' to the good In Lr & Blueberry FarmAll TIRES & SERVICE
& Gift Gallery PARTS STORE"All the days gone by. As we renew old friendships we Nature Singe of Jesus Complete Tire Shop
the PartsIn (thank God lor those friends lor the Faith he has givenus. ;
Bibles, Gifts & Jewlery Right for life' Itself. Located off 100 jfoiiih towards & Auto Repairs
All the Places" Keystone lake right on 24th 402 N. Temple 301 N.
104 W. Call Street Right And. In the midst of revelry we start the year the Street follow signs IM-7109. Hwy
984-7271 155 W. Brownlee Rd. 9646060NOEGEL'S best way of all: We go to church. 9646436Sports
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Strawberry Patch Restaurant This Week and "Quality Work for Less'

Serving Breakfast Lunch?Dinner Every Week at the Church of State Road 100 South (Across torn Norman's Markel)
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soon I IThere Saturday, Dec. 27. The tournament The championship game starts at 9p.m. citizens
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,: \ p.m., 25., and Fri. ( ......,..............>. ---.. Christmas tournament coming to day, Dec. 26, at 7 p.m. On Saturday ticipating! are: BC Stars, Lake
;\1 Starke. morning at 11 a.m., two semi-final citing basketball: action with plentyof Butler, Keystone, The Starke War
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Tuesday Barbecue beef on bun, buttered>urn. Invites
peaches,cookie milk. you to Hear .
i Wednesday: Hamburger gravy, in.ishcd I
potatoes, turnip greens strawberry shurlrjtko, '
hot rolls milk. MOODY ADAMS ::";'
Thursday: Chili saltlne crackers, gunk-ii.ilucl. -
fruit cup cinnamon roll, milk.
chocolate Pizza pudding French milk. fries, cabbage ,l-i o. (Just Hark from China) ."

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Monday: Teacher Planning Day.
Tuonduy: Salisbury amok, rice & gravy KM-CM
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Wednesday: Pizza,buttered corn garden -.il.ul..

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Turflday: Hamburgers, pizza, corndogs 'inMich
fries, milkshakes, orange juice. \
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128 S, Walnut Street Starke
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I Hampton,; Residents Concerned about... Water I I


'. Several residents from Hampton( waiting for funding. Mayor Padgett pointed out the emp:. City.
.,,4 Villa voiced concern on the project's Council Chairman Ted Curtis cut ty seat and called for nominations All! council members and residents
water problems and the cost of hook. through the discussion to call for a from the council. Chairman 'Ted: present agreed that the city needs HOUSING
Ing up to the city water system at the\ 'reading of bids and a motion to try to Curtis asked for more nominations.; peautiflcation. GrFAIR
last Hampton city council meeting ''get funding for the project but beforea before Wilma McDaniels secondedthe ? The city was also approached by :

November 11.Residents .. motion was made Mayor Padgett nomination of Forsyth. Forsythwas Mrs. George Werre about the city
in the villa have been called on City Attorney James R. then approved by the council, being involved in the Starke
waiting on the funding of a water Flynn for a recommendation on and was sworn in by Mayor Padgett.. Christmas parade December 13. EQUAL HOUSINGLENDER
system to bring quality water from what the city should do to finance the The city also voted to increase the Money for a float was allocated by
the city water tower to the project.{ project. millage rate in Hampton from 1.917. the council to participate in the
They also expressed concern over to 1.67 for the fiscal year 1986-1967 Starke parade and also for the The
the present cost of hooking up to. the Flynn suggested that the council In news around the city's fire' Hampton parade. Money was also City of Starke as part of Its Fair
city water system. should come up with a general cost department the fire station allocated to cover expenses for the Housing Program has passed a Fair
to finance the project and then overhead door Is in need of repair annual Hampton Christmas
Previous costs of a $75 connection j authorize the seeking out of funds to and a motion was made by the onnvcil :-. party. Housing Ordinance on December 3,
fee and $23 deposit. for city. water .cover that cost. He further suggested to hire work out to fix it.'Tbe' new Chairman Curtis called for a sum 1985 providing for the following:
were recently increased ,with-the that the council should have a fire truck Is on its way to Hampton'after ''Of $250 to cover the float costs and
recognition of a 1979 city ordinance conference to discuss raising money being refurbished at LCI giving party costs. Vernon Forsyth who
that requires a $130 connection fee for the water system and that the Hampton residents some added. was informally assigned as head of Equal opportunity to obtain adequate
for a new hook-up in addition to the council should leave the bids on the security.The the Recreation Department made housing by all
of
persons, regardless
$25 deposit. table for now.Chairman police department reported the first motion and was seconded by
Villa residents are worried about Curtis asked for a mo- one traffic accident 32 traffic ar- Councilwoman McDaniels. race, color, religion, ancestry, sex,
the quality of water available to tion to see if the city can take out a rests and six warnings. place of birth, handicap national
A motion or
was also passed to l lix
them and loan for the up
especially the elderly money. Councilman In
the street department, the subject the
office of the city clerk and the origin.If .
residents in the Villa area as well as, John Allen motioned and was of closing some old unused' 'council
the price increase of the hook-up due seconded by Walden Wadsworth. roads between 221 and 18 was Final paid business the bills for the month.
of the
to the enforcement of the ordinance., Mayor Padgett suggested that the brought up and a motion was made the discussion of the city evening insurance.was you feel you have been discriminated
If the meter is already in place at council set a limit of $15,000 for the by McDaniels to close them, second.
the residence the $25 deposit is all funding, which would cover three of ed by Vernon Forsyth. Mayor the Padgett expressed concern against in the area of Fair Housing, con-

that is required for hjok-up. .the submitted bids for the project. Residents of Hampton also asked.the the over city is expense paying and insurance plans to confer bills tact Linda Day, City Grant Office, or call
Hampton mayor Elwwod Padgett Another important issue at the council to see about cleaning
up. with City Attorney Flynn about ((904)) 9648902. The
explained to the residents that the meeting was the filling of an empty some of the trash around the city needed changes in the any and Federal complaint
project is ready to go and that,all the council seat. Vernon Forsyth was and about hauling off some of the then discuss it with the policies rest of the number is 1800424.8590 and the State
legal work has been done, it is Just 'nominated by John Allen after bigger Hems on the roadSIdes of the council. complaint number is 1800342.8170 for

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I Legal Notices .
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.'. FLA.TWIN. THEATRE

.. Starke 964-5451
'. the 11th day of January. "'7. the con- PUBLIC
NOTICE
NOTICE OF INTENTION lent of Unit A/B belonging to Mary Th. City of Lawt.,.Office of Community'D.v.lopm.M Open Every Night *
TO REGISTER personal andhou..hold
Tyson containing
I I. In th. of
FICTITIQUS NAME goods. By Allen's Attic Self proems $2.00 SPECIAL
soliciting contractor who .. In.
Purtuont to Section 863.09 Florida Service Storage, P.O. Box 656 K.y.ton. terested In participating In may tho Sal. & Sun. 5:00 Showing
Statutes, notice I It hereby given that the Height. Florida 32656. demolition/relocation city'The* Tuesday Showings
undertlgned Thomat Col. Rt. 1. P 86, Hampton Flo 32044, tale owner doIng Ingle family dwellings. new The Now Showing
builneti und.r the firm of,
nome
homeowner will be
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO responsible for
Bradford Aluminum ft Screening. Rt. I,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant choosing' a contractor and Community k PAULHOQAN
Box 86, Fla 32044 Intend. toregliter
Hampton th.ofor.sofd to Section 865.09. Florida D.v.lopm.nt will act as an agent. The _,y
told fictitious. nom. under Statute., notice Is hereby given' that the program will also Include the rehabilitation
statute.Dated undersigned. Hartley and Hartley Inc.. of single family dw.llin according
this of A.0.1986! I
2 day Dee" In.
doing business und.r the firm name of to our specifications and plan.. If yew
Bradford County. Home Sweet Home, 'In Alachua Marlon would Ilk. to participate In this program DUNDEEThere's
12/4 4tp41224NOTICE .
Bradford, and Columbia 'Counties, please contact the Community'
Florida Intend to register sold fictitious Development Office, P.O. Drawer O, a little of him in all of us.
OF INTENTIONTO .erne under the provisions of the Lawtey. Florida 32058 or t.lol/hoIm va'IJI And
REGISTER "aforesaid Statute. D. Jon., Project Administrator at((9X14)) I 4APARAMOl1NT PtCTU hearty holiday

FICTITIOUS NAME DATED at Gainesville, Florida this 16 26-9562. Th. City of Lawt., I I. an equal' SCREEN 2 wishes to all our fine
Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida ,day of December. 1916.HARTLEY opportunity .mploy.r.
Statutes, notice Is h.r.by glv.n that the AND HARTLEY INC. 12/25Itchg Starts friday Dec. 26 friends and customers. -

undersigned. Charles E. Van Zqnt $r.. CharylF.Hortl.yS.craaryLisa .
Architect, Rout. 2, Box 313. Keystone C. Hartley Pr.dd.nt1225tchg PAUL NEWMAN
Hgt.? Flo., 32656. sole owner dplpfl 1/8 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO TOM CRUISE
buslneis und.r the. firm name of Van ,',r REGISTERFICTITIOUS SEASON'SGREETINGS
Zant Associates, Route 3. Box( '313.' NAME .
Keystone Hgts.., Fla 32656 Intends to. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Pursuant to Section 865.0*. Florida. the Color
register said fictitious nom. under the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,IN AND FOR Statute, notice I I. h.r.by given that the. I II I II
aforesaid statute. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA. undersigned, J.E. Hardy Auto Sales "
Dat.d this 1 day of December. A.D., CASE NO.I 86-106-CP((1-3789)) Inc., 1320 N. T.mpl. Av., Sta.... Fie.,. of Money I (;/'ri.' 11 llie, Nvr.uufor
1986 In Bradford County. ..IN RSt The Estate of sole owners, doing business undo the I ,1" SeiiwHi"Bradford
12/ tpcj"1*/24 WILMA M. KRONENBERGER firm name of E-Z Wheels, 1320:: N. T,.,..< Hurst Exxon Limerock
< D.c_..... pl. Av., Starke, Fla., Intendto
\ NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION register, said fictitious name under the' 301 DRIVE-IN 964.6111 Sales
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO The administration of the estate of aforesaid statute.
REGISTER WILMA M. KRONENBERGER. Deceased. Dat.d this 22nd day of December.. : Closed for Winter Allen E. Taylor & Family
FICTITIOUS NAME File Not W 1o6-CP ((1-3789)). Is pending A.D., 1986 In Bradford County. _
Pursuant to Section 869.09. Florida In the Circuit Court for Bradford County 121154t,,,, 1/1 1 .
Statutes, notice Is h.r.by given that the' Florida.Probate Division the address of
-_.-- .- undersigned. Earl Wilkef sn-ond.. / Which. I* Bradford County Courthouse, -.IL ___ /
Wllkerton, joint owners, doing business }.Stork.. Florida. 32091. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
und.r the firm nom. of Sylvia' Nursery The name and addresses of the per- REGISTER
and Garden C.nt.r, Int.nd. to register tonal representative and the personal FICTITIOUS NAME
said fictitious name under the afpresald. representative's attorney are set forth Pursuant to S.ctlon 865.09 Florid ,y.
statute. below. Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that the
Dated this 9 day of December, Ap., -, Interested" persons are required to undersigned, Lillian !. GrIHIs. 901 W. Motors
1986 In Bradford County. .file with this Court WITHIN THREE MON Madison Str.... Stork. FL. 32091, tale Terwillegar
12/18 4tpdl/0 :THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS owner, doing business under the firm
--.NOTICE ((1))all claims against the estate name of Pleasant Valley Care Center,
o.-d ((2)) any objection by an Interested 905 W. Madison Street, Starke, Fl, and Staff
NOTICE ,/person to whom. notice was mailed that 32091, Intends to register said flctilloue
NOTICE Is h.r.by given that/ en Mont challenge. the validity of the will, the name under the aforesaid statute.
day..January 5, 19(7, at 10:00 o'clock '...,.Ilflcotloll' of the personal representative Dated this 19th day'of December" .A.D.. Wish You and Yours
A.M., the undersigned., Qqtor venue, ar jurisdiction of the 1986 In Bradford County.
Frelghtways. Inc.. will sell at public euc- Court. 12/254tpd Ill
tlon for cash at 2600 lloyd .....Jacksonville : .' ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOTSO
Fla., on. lot of wlndqw Keene flLfD WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. .a Happy Holiday
consigned to Superior Window 'Co.,. '* Publication of this Notice hat begun
Miami Fla.t one lot of 1,.... "and* 'tec>, :oa December, It16. '
consigned to Jack fckerd Drags, Miami, <..AHom y for Personal Representative Season.
Fla.j on. lot of table consigned to North 'JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. .
Port City Planning Dept., Ft. Myers, fla. Green 8 Hobbs. '.A. 0S
on. lot of bedding consigned to /rise., P.O. Drower'II::
Mlntop, Miami Fla.t ono lot of co_. ttorke, Florida 32091 l "e Sincerely Appreciate
pr..or consigned to Mole| Appliance' :(994)( ) 964-5700
Ft. lauderdale, Fl.., one lot IQ' 11011'''- "JOHNNY .. HOBBS JR.
cent bulbs consigned to Gold Coast :. Your Patronagein
Chem, Miami Fla.t one la*. ef euto. <'Personal Representatives
cover consigned to Zayre, Cleanwoter' 'JfWEUE H. BROWN
Fla.t one lot of .wing. consigned to SI. ".0.180. SOB Making Us
Belk Llndsey Deland, f"",.. Ct "pres* ?, Starke, FL 32091JIWELt
Freight T.mpa. Fl..,- to satisfy.freight .. H. BROWN
and storage charge, under the *ro.vlr '. 12/25 2tchg 12/31:: the #1 Ford Dealer

dons Section 4b( ) of Uniform tndar4 ..' .-- .
Bill of Lading. < .
Pro. 03-M2048:: 10/21/8 '.".V h. :S*, in the area since 1957.
Pro. 03-91I393 dtd 18/2/8*" *.,," T't' .1\,< ;. ,
Pro. 01-2t138:: std 10/18/8 ,
Pro. 12-872979 dtd 10/"" > "
Pro. 12-I7318S dtd 10/U/B
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Pro. 14-7M009 dtd 9/18/86 r.
Pro. 02-741218 dtd 9/9/86.
Pro. 03-80844 dtd 117/" r
Cater'''Ifilhtwov-.lnc., Carrier .
121182tchfil111U 1 r.. q. w DRIVE A ALL NEW RANGERFor

_IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT O> FLORIDA I IN AND FOR
BRApPORDCOUNnv the New Year

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ARTHUR.Plaintiff.vs. SMITH. .' y 87 RANGER "S"


VISTA TYSON

Defendant.NOTICE OF ACTION $6295

TO VESTA TYSON
Address Unknown
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YOU All HEREBY NOTIFIED that an ac-' iiyY -1
tlon b..... en the purchase of real. property -
located In Bradford County h.. 86 Ranger ((1 Only)
been filed against you and you ere r.-
qui,,,, to serve a copy of your written
defenses, H any to Terence M. Btown.A"an.y $8695
for Plaintiff P.O. Drawer 40.
Starke, Florida 32901. an or before
December 31. 1986. and file the original. -Have tY1 1 87 RangerSuper
with the Clerk of this Court before or Immediately .
thereafter otherwisedefault a "
will be ....against. you Eel. : Cab V-6 Air
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-the relief demanded In the Pee.,.... '#: .,< We wish you a season abundant in joy -
WITNESS my hand and sail el this p $8495
Court on the 8th day of December. 1986. .'tOILBlIIT ;.1'1. and laughter. It's been a pleasure to dobusiness .
S. BROWN
Clerk el the Court with you.

Byi Linda Pearce
A.Deputy ct rk12114IdyIll .



NOTICf OF SALI ..V',;:, 4",. B YAN'S. ACE HARDWARE TERWILLEGAR MOTORSHwy

Notice I. hereby given that under. end.:; ., : .
by virtue of Pert IV of Chapter 83.'.S. .S-/)> a STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS. 21 Keystone Hgts, 413.3613.206 W. Madison, Starke, 984-7200
S.If-Stor.g. Facility Act, th.t the under* ..
signed will sell for cash to the highest 96 -642 473-4006 Jax 388-fORD G'ville 377-1096
bldd.r at the corner of Laura and Water
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I Starke ElementaryApril .- I
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Arroyave, Trey Ross, Renae Morgan, Michael Lindsey Payne, Gretchen Wilkinson, Grade Four Smita Patel, Damn Thornton Young/,, Candi'uan
Administrator of The Tamara Ellerson, Crystal Greer, Porchiazzo, Carrie Thompson, Kevin Green, Robert Hewett, Dar.rus Newsome Kelly Jim Spears, ,
Greer,
\ Mr. Michael Hartley is assistant Tonya Martin, Angel Mobley, Nicholas Mixson, Casey Moore, An- Highland, Amanda Bakken, Straight A's: Norman,Crystal Dugdale,
principal at Starke Elementary Sharon Morris, Dana Newsome dy Brown, Sekennla Bell, Traye Cheri Milliard, Jennifer Jones, Alena Cason,Linda Dixon,Malena Estella Denton Jennifer, Alyson Shadd, Jen-
School He attended both the University Candi Norman, Smita Patel, Crosby, Brand Jones, Michael Rhonda'Williams Angela Hilliard, Roberts, Robbie Bassett, Julie Amy Parrish, Hetal Patel arid
of Florida and the University of Stephanie Sellers Kelly Thornton, Kirkland,Dipti Patel,Matt Pusateri Greg Moss, Jason Ray, Christopher Walker, Christy Jones and.Cassandra nifer Sullivan,
North Florida. Steve Oliver Crum, Willis and Tiffany Ratliff. Chandler, Carrie Crawford, Gina Jarvis. Michael Rodriquez.
His hobbies Include sports and Barberj Smith and Norman, Kevin Parker, Rasheeta
more sports. He really enjoys foot- Darrin Young. Honor Roll: Chandler, Amanda Baker, Crystal Honor Roll: Honor Roll:
ball and baseball Mr. Harley's Thanks go to the following Robert Bradley, Brad Chapman, Feruson, Sheetat Patel, Shaun Judy Hankerson, Tasha Johnson, Fauna Yott, David Stegall,
favorite holiday is Christmas. His students that have donated items to Rat Dyal, DeWayne Henderson, Burgin, Ashley Guthrie, Billy Alicia Luther, Carey Sluchak, Guin- Alphoftso Robinson, Kenneth
birthday is August 12. He Is marriedto our class raffle recently: Quentin Derrick Searcy:, Annie Brewer, Maust,Shalen Browning, Ann Bowe, nevere Adams, Quentin Corbett, Nichols, Amy Johns, Miriam DeSue,
Donna Hartley who teaches Chism, Mitchell Baker, Renwick Heather Faulkner, Angel Heiken, Erica Johns, Morgan Reddish, Mat- Casey Roberts, Erin Rodgers, Chad Deese, April Arroyave,
Kindergarten. The have two Tyson, Darrin Young, Willis Jaimee Hughes, Tina Johnson, thew Rittman, Robert Taylor, Patrick Harding, Heather Michelle Hodges, Stephanie Sellers,
children'I; Emily is in second grade Hankerson, Dana Newsome, Ronnie Cardelia DeSue, Darris Williams, Jessica Williamson and Denny Mc- Cumberland, Jeff Chitty, Donald Steve Barber, Sharon Morris,
I is in Kindergarten. Mr. Crosby, Angel Mobley. Tonya Mar Celena DeSue Stephanie Matiyasic, Quaig. Hardy, LeAnn Carlton, April Jonathan Smith, Joe Felton, Matt
Hartley enjoys working at Starke tin, Candi Norman, Sharon Morris Nikki Gulley, Christopher Bott, Grade Three Gaskins, Katlna Hampton, Erin Patrick, Sally Coins, Marcia
Elementary because of the students, and Michelle Hodges. Ashley Harden, Ashley Moore, Stansell and Pergina Tyson. Lariscy, Charmil Spooner, Toika
facility and the supporting staff Angela Phillips, Vanessa Norman, Straight A's: Strong, Chris Wall, Candice Taylor,
KindergartenStraight Michael Musgrove, Mechelle Craig Starling, Angela Griffis, Grade Five Candy Sluchak Ronnie Reagan,
Class News... E Students: Fowler, Ginnie Campbell, Michael Melissa McLeod, Kenneth Wainwright Straight A's: Jeremy Mildebrand, Kim Goodwin,
On Tuesday, Dec. 9, we enjoyed a Jason Prevatt, Sutton, Deelvory Clay, Keisha Yemeako Fountain, Lasherio Ford and Jeanie Doan.
Stephens, Wendy Thornton Jeffery Evans! ,
by Mrs. Lynn Macy Hampton, Emily Sellers,
presentation Shital Patel, Ryan Christine Newsome, Lisa Thomas,
Newsome on how to care for pets. Nancy Hildebrand, Wainwright, Faulkner,James Smith, Angel Hun- Christina Cowart, Annice Williams,
She brought a baby goat,a blind dog, Hope Paterson, Kristen Carrie Forsyth, singer, Kimberly Padgett, Emily Heather Williams, Jason O'Hara, .
a rabbit and a cat for the students to Catherine Vickery, Fill Logan Wheeler, Aaron Larsen, Matthew Tonya Lynn Bates, Temika Berry ITS
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pet. They learned a lot about the Erin Luke, Morgan Pusateri Jason Hut- King, David Crouch, Missy Taylor, and Renee demons.
responsibilities that go with having a Mize, Melissa and Jeff Chris Harding, Monica Tyson, Angie BABY a?
pet. cheson, Aaron Chism Davis, Joy Williams, Joy Houlker, FAT. "
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Donald Hardy, Nicky McNelley, Haley Goza, Jennifer Moore, Grade Two Casey Jackson, Jane Johns, Christy
Erin Brewer, April Gaskins, Karla Joseph Collins, Demetrius Drivas, Paulk, Michael Pusateri, Rebecca The average hippopotamus has a ten foot stomach.
Harper, Beth Modesitt, Erin Will Hartley, Cristie Gotts, Brandon Straight A's: Gann, Jay Fenton, Jamie Gotts,
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Local Woman Raises Quail and( Brahman Livestock on Farm Near BrookerBy


Mark Frlcdlin the quail operation, one ol the biggest breeder. "We raise each one of
BCT Staff Writer in North Florida, to handle. them with a personal touch. Theyare
The sun rises on another day and Add to the mix a healthy-looking almost like pets to me."
Reba Wilson is already hard at herd of Brahman cattle, the ranch The Wilsons sell the Brahman to
work. chores for 43 acres each day and other cattle farmers and customerswho
After rising at 5 a.in. and getting you've got a, well you might call it a come from all over Florida and
husband Lewis off to work she is woman-sized job. south Georgia to improve their "
ready to tend to her unique flock "The Brahman are my husbands' stocks by crossbreeding their
which number in the thousands. pride and Joy," Reba says proudlyas animals with the Wilson Brahmans.
Reba Wilson raises quail she hauls a bale of hay out to the "They are highly prized for their'
thousands of quail,which she sells to middle, of the field next to,the quail (sw Qua J... I'.:ml)
a hunting reservation in Moultry, -- ,-
Georgia.
It's a full time job, as she can tell
you, and over the past 12 years she
has become one of the area's most

knowledgable experts on raising the ...
beautifully marked birds, thousandsof
which scurry across the floors of
her spacious, well-lit rooms where
she keeps her birds divided into ,
large groups by age. kv.

"I had plenty of help" Reba says
modestly in her enthusiastic voice..
"Dr. Henry Wilson (no relation) of
the Department of Poultry at the
University of Florida helped us get
started in the beginning. He was a
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tremendous help to us at first a
because the birds are difficult to
raise if you don't know what your're

doing."The" beginning" was over 12 "1iv yy{: + '1, ,y,, k ;

years ago."Lewis ,.;. ,''' H'_ '._, _____'__ _______ ... _. .. ____ __ __ f ,

brought home about 40 J. Small Beginnings...

birds," Reba said. "We just wantedto )Jt.; Keba Wilson's day begins early each day on this says she can enter one of the quail pens (shown in thesprawling
see if there was any way we could :- 43-acre spread near Brooker. background) and almost Instantly tell if one or two
start a small operation and make it Mrs. Wilson raises a unique mixture of quail and birds out of hundreds in enclosure are ill or need
profitable." It grew steadily after Beautiful Birds... Brahmani cattle by herself on the farm, which she has special attention.
that. turned Into a successful commercial enterprise The Wilsons began their quail-raising business 12
Mrs Wilson's quails have the beautiful maikings which distinguish the through, her haul work. years ago with some friendly advice from the
Now Reba can literally step into species from other birds in the area. Keba's husband Lewis, who works In Gainesville Agricultural Department at the University of Florida.
one of the brooder rooms, each one The white-headed male (above and below with wings spread) contrast
containing hundreds of quail flutter- with the rich, multi-colors of the females, which Mrs. Wilson says she
ing around the room in a whirl of fly- likes best.
ing feet, and Instantly pick out one The species of bird with the longest Incubation period for its eggs Is the wandering albatross with a range of
from the flock that may be sick or 75 to 82 days.
have some other problem and begin
treating it. L

There are also a host of other
duties that must be performed for ST. JOHNS RIVER
the quail operation each day. During r
breeding season they must be -
monitored-'very closely and sIDe COMMUNITY COLLEGE
medicated and fed on almost a cons-
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from hag|" ]' I we get me uest cubuimeis tveua which are beautifully intricate when home from work at the Barkley
characteristics, Reba says. says) breed the Brahmans they buy examined closely. Toyota dealership in Gainesville to '
"Brahmans resist cold weather well from the Wilsons with Holsteins or "Most people like the males best the farm, which is located in : > :"
and diseases, and can thrive on land with Black Angus-forming a hybrid because the white feathers standout Alachua County near Brooker. II' .: "'r
conclitons that are not the best. Of called a "Brangus". ,f,1 0 :
but I've always liked the pretty "Oh, Lewis helps me with the :
course, we treat ours like pamperedpets The peak of the quail season at the t'
females the best, Reba said. heavy stuff when I need it, Reba .
but not everyone has the timeto Wilson ranch lasts each from ; '" \ k '
year "When you look closely, you can see says modestly. "Between the two of t
do that,, That heiffer over there June through October, when the that they have some beautiful coloring us we find a way to get it all done." .
(pointing to a pure white male) was quails are breeding and hatching in layers on their heads." \ v ?*"
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raised with a bottle by hand until his eggs. Young hatchlings must be fed Her love for her charges is ob That's the kind of working ethic : : '' +$ : '<
mother was able to care for him and watered three to four times \ '
per vious. The breeding pens are immaculate that made this country excel -and a ..* r
herself They are very protective. day and are at their most sensitiveto and well-kept, with plentyof lesson that hopefully won't be lost on v- *' ,, i '-
Mothers many times will hide their outside disturbances at that time. room for the thousands of birds the young l '
babies In the brush before they go to The males are marked with white- and hundreds of generations she has "We started on a small scale and ,.., ,, :,,,
sleep at night" tipped feathers on their heads, from .... 'r. t. 1' < '"
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12 years since the just built it up with a lot of hard j'It.II' .. .
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morning, Dec. 18, l fire which )Jel'. 14, when' II pan ol grew:
damaged( parts of the Ray Dukes ignited on the stove
out when
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residence in the Dukes area of Union
County (jusl south of Lake Butler). Lake But lei Fire l Department lies; (, >
smoke cauM.-d m
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sonnel I arrived
The Lake Butler Volunteer Fire ,,
worth ol damagi i
estimated $ first the
Department was on scene
but Volunteer Fire Departmentsfrom the brick ,tI'U1 111'1-
YGf ir + Worthington Springs and Providence No one was: iruiuridA )
q tr e a also responded, as well as
$ { Union County ]Rescue Services and
Union County Sheriff's Department
q t +14 +i ( >+t tya personnel
( The fire I is! thought to have !startedin
I the brick house because a burneron
the electric stove was left on the i
high !setting with a frying pan on it, \
according to fire reports filed by WARM THAT
LUVKJ/ Chit-1: Jerry Howell. ; BASEMENTPlanning
V Kitchen appliances and walls and
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I ;4d ceiling were damaged in the fire. on completing: ,
M ry S Since some water had to be hosed in- ,
an unfinished basement or
US to the roof there was also some
4 water d.image.Mobile (turning a garage into an extra
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{ t {tt Ir Home Fire... floor is a concrete skin'
The mobile home of Kenneth and which can be pretty coin n
Sharon Manningon road 237 south in the winter time. Insulate, t.y
Lake Butler! was termed a complete
installing carpet
rC loss in a i lireon Friday, Dec. 12, at 10
a,in Carpet on a concrete

a' w r ;Eh According to fire reports by Lake floor will save energy and
I Butler Volunteer Fire Department heating costs Also carp, >t
Chief Jerry Howell, suspected cause is one of the easiest floe
of the fire was an electric stove being -
I to install
coverings ovpr
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I area of the stove. concrete. A professional

--_...._-_._--'...--_._ -_. ----- -- _.. t The fire consumed the mobile staller will gladly exp< tin
home and contents, but no injuries the proper installation of
occurred. An estimate of the value of
carpet over concrete
Six SentencedIn the loss in not available at this time.
Circuit Court (I H-r-- .. .. .. .t. H Hol'W._ .:a.... .. H-_-- ..a.. .. ... Ho-_..._,. Dukes i Homo... Responding to the alarm was New Why not come into our
River Volunteer Fire Department store today and select a
The following deltMidants ap Tin1 Itm l I"nkr, hams til l.uki Itulli-r Lake Butler Volunteer Fire Depart- carpet for that pxtra room?
peered in Bradford ('olllll CVcuit! ItS.I I' HUH ilniiuipMl. \II\ Fin*.Inir.du.> iimniiiifi.INo ; ment, Union County Sheriff's. Any of our courteous ncr) )
Court Dec 8 to enter i change ol (I ; PIC-A-FLICK and Union
oiu HUM itijurfil. 'Pirrfi hn-Hixfiiliili1 Department County
plea. Their! cases! received final ; ... that llu> Tire .obisxIi.n| 11 burner... tin Rescue personnel.Apartntent. sonnel will be happy to
disposition from Judge John J ""Y oil\ l etrrtrir.Ins| ,, HUM Iffl. uitr. answer questions and offer
Crews. w Fire... assistance.
Jimmy Lee TPiinanl pled guilty to *. ..... ".r' "''' VIDEO .JI
escape and was sentenced to thl'Dl'pal.tn1l'nt ,,.,.,?'" iJ1 The apartment of April Avmger in Teal Tile
of Corrections for 18 l the Lake Butler Apartments was

months to be served consecutivewith W FREE MEMBERSHIP + "All good ideas have already been & Carpet
time now serving. thought; the point is to try to think
131 N. St
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Carlos Ford pled no contest: to them again." Goethe "A man must make his opportunity
possession! : of controlled substance: as oft as find it." Francis Bacon Starke, Florida

to-wit : cocaine and was sentenced to I( ..
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18 months DOC to be served concurrent L __
and fined l,4oo ... Christmas Eve Special
Clyde William Sumner pled guilty 'll'
battery and was placed on probation
for one year, must make restitution! ALL TAPES $1.00 .
and pay $150 court costs
Timothy Alvin Thornton pled guil- I( Rent Wed. Return Fri. .
ty battery and was {placed on one
year probation, make restitution ,
and pay $150 court costs.: + )
Oscar Peropled guilty to inmate
in possession! of contraband and was + i q
sentenced to DOC for 18 months con
secutive with sentence now !serving. E* Lmvley City Limits -4l
, ,,James Thomas Allen pled guilty; J
carrying a concealed weapon and It t on If.S. aoi South + ;I C ;
possession of less than 20 grams: of
cannabis and was fined\ $500 each
count. -+ 782-3233 l dt !
Juanita Winn \\as sentl'ncl'd to one
day county jail with credit for one i : yoAOdni
day served for reckless display or
improper exhibition of weapon p-fl.? H.w Ifd_,.. 43 .:; N..y Fla-/ + '".. :; -: N.pyMMMH + 4 ;;:c SKLongchamp -

Frank Phillips was sentenced to 21 '
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months DOC for burglary of a dwell- Gordon's '
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three years for grand theft to com- Homes Inc. LONDON DRY GORDONS
mence upon completion of sentence Gin
imposed and pay $500( ) court costs. US 301 South ((1 I Vz miles) Starke Florida : @ ;_ IQl
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Carlos Ford. appeared for a viola- HAC RDI LT5 LITER DISTILLED
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Barton Named New Chief at FSP "Our chief want in life somebody who shall make what Waldo we Emerson can.


Barton, superintendent at dent, has been appointed DOC Barton a native of Macclenny Injured on two separate occasions
Union Correctional Institution, has secretary by Governor-elect Bob joined the prison in 1961 as a correc- when officers broke up a work and :
been named to replace Richard bugger Martinez. tional officer when UCI and FSP hunger strike with shotgun blasts. fJJQAfflfffACft<>
at Florida State Prison. Barton was the only DOC were one prison known simply as The incident has become known as
Barton, a 23-year Department of employee to apply for the job, officials 'Raiford' the 'garment center riots.' JTBOA\qerCi:
Corrections veteran, has been headof said In 1974, Barton was named chief
UCI for two years and is known as "FSP is a tough job," said J. C. correctional officer at DeSota Correctional Gov. Reubin Askew suspended ten
a tough administrator and Combs DOC regional director. "Wenormally Institution in Arcadia. He staff members and officers, Barton,
disciplinarian. don't have that many people returned to North Florida in 1978 as a correctional officer was suspended PROCRAFT TACKLE 6 AGGRESSOR
Dugger, current FSP'superinten interested." chief officer at FSP and then assistant for 20 days.In HYDRA: SPORT. ((MARINE GEMINIALUMACRAFT
superintendent. He became UCI 1978, a Death Row inmate, Bob- BAHA
Belief superintendent in 1984. by Lewis, escaped from FSP C)
Return of Wallet Reaffirms
I In his 25 years with the depart- Although Barton was out of the state
ment, Barton has at the time, he demoted becausehe
one suspensionand was Phone 282-3115/6
((904))
In Human Kindness for CoupleA one demotion on his record.In was in charge of security procedures
3070 Blanding 1 '12 mile South of 218
1971 mor than 60 inmates were on Death Row.
DeLand family are even more nice people live in this area, said Middleburg, FL 32068 on SA 21

grateful this season because of two Lori.

Keystone Heights residents. .. --- -
While pumping gas at Edwards
Grocery on CR-100 between Starke
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.. and Keystone Thomas Williams of ;
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: DeLand put his wallet on his truck. 'V7l'l1'
He drove off and later discovered his

wallet missing. U
Sometime later, on their way to
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the grocery store, Danita Stickleyand ,.
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her mother Bea Sparkman of ., ,, '." .. :>

Keystone Heights thought they saw .... ....".",,,. ..... ,....- .-_.. "" ... ",... ;tt\.m; "',, ; .. "';::$''I"&t.
currency floating across the !>\> "" ':"'fW
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highway. They returned and found a < ."J I 1. ,',, ,
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wallet, money and credit cards M DEC :i
SALE3JARTS, ,
strewn. along the side of the roadway ;. ; ; ; RISTMAS

The Williams were called and they -
returned to Keystone Heights to ; .. .,, :$
claim the wallet and its contents. < : ,,, ... < < : '

Thomas and his wife, the former
Lori Shinn of Starke were very i I '11 .. .' '

grateful to the Keystone residentsBut II I S III :.
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they were refused when they offered S ----' to j(
to reward the couple. .
This gesture and extra effort reaf- firmed the Williams' faith in 'LIS
humanity and reassured them what :

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We all end up paying for poverty, I., ::%1 I I.--::"'" A 1 R.g. 1.19.3 oz. bars. Limit' 2 pks. LADIES' DRESS FLATS. ..1.99L all stores.

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the poor to help themselves. In its FOR S Rtfl. 3 For '1. 100' -- '" I Ir
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awarded more than 2500 grants to __ Jill.\. 1 COLGATE 4 S 1 SNACKS 10"

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Man Arrested Keith Baldwin, 24, of Starke was Starke Man ArrestedFor
For Putnam MurderA arrested Dec. 19 on a warrant for TrespassingKenneth
grand theft, according to Deputy
shooting death more than a year Lee He is being detained for Gregory Morgan, 31,was
ago in Putnam County has led to the Broward County. arrested Dec. 20 and charged with
arrest of a Starke man Dec. 17 on David trespass Aderholt.according to Investigator
first-degree murder charges,
Traffic Morgan was told not to return to
Ricky Curtis Nazworth 22, Michael P. Wrenne, 30, of 301 Liquors after he caused a distur-
employed by a Florahome plumbing
bance
there
earlier
in the
Gainesville was arrested Dec. 19 for evening.
company,was arrested on a warrantat
When he
returned he
was intoxicated OPEN
while
his home by Investigator David driving license suspended and
Aderholt. (DWLS),according to Patrolman K. was arrested, according
Nazworth is charged in connectionwith R. Hinds Jr.Bond was set at$101.25, to the report.He .
he was released on his own was released after a $157.50 : '
the shooting on Nov. 4, 1985 of cash bond was posted. -
Robert McLaughlin at McLaughlin'shome recognizance WednesdayDecember
in Bardin, a community west
of Palatka. McLaughlin was suffer- Morris Wayne Norman of Starke Three From Lake City
ing from gunshot wounds but was was arrested for driving under influence Arrested For RobberyThree
still alive when found by his ex-wife (DUD>, according to ,
police said. He died two days later. Patrolman Russell. He was released people from Lake City were 24th
Nazworth had not been a suspect after a $362.50 cash bond was posted arrested Dec. 18 in Starke and
in the shooting until Wednesday, charged with robbery according to
Captain Cliff Miller of the Putnam Donald Manning Cribbs, 25, of Patrolman John Hodgts.
County Sheriff's Department. Miller Starke was arrested Dec. 21 for Lawonda Ellene Crusaw, 24,
would not explain what inew infor- failure to pay a fine for DWLS, according Evette Ross 22,and James Burgess
to 21, attempted to steal two of
mation led o the arrest or what Investigator David pairs
motive is suspected because the Investigation Aderholt. Bond was set at $100.75, jeans from Dollar General Store.
Two store employees tried
is still under cash only.Thomas to stop
wayl. But
them and one of the
Miller added, 'One of the things that employees was
law enofrcemtnt has going for it is Jackson Brooks of Hampton choked by Crusaw as they fled.
that was arrested Dec. 19 for DUI and The merchandise was dropped
somebody's going to talk, even- outside the store and the trio fled in
tually." expired tag, according to Trooper D a
C. Roberts. Bond was set at $1,015, getaway car driven by Burgess.
Recent ArrestsIn he was released on his own They were apprehended and
Bradford recognizance Burgess was additionally charged
CountyThe
with no tag and driving while license
following arrests were made Sam Lee Gardner, 31, of Orange suspended, said Hodges.
recently by Bradford County Park was arrested Due. 21 for DWLS Ross was released on a$2,000 surety -
authorities. and improper tag, according to Sgt. bond.
W. C. Reno. Bond was set at$251.50, Burgess' bond was set at$2,202.50and
Russell Earl Manning, 37, was arrested he was released on his own Crausaw's bond was set at
Dec. 17 for violation of proba- recognizance. $2,000. They remain in custody.
tion, according to Deputy Eugene
Lee. He was released after a $1,000 0 0
surety bond was posted. 0 0o

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Elwell will be the instructor for a tj
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The course is scheduled for Tues- Southern Fried Chicken
day evenings from 7 to 10 at the
Starke Campus. The Winter a_ Blackeye Peas qd
Semester starts Jan. 6.
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this course to make it as excitingas Stewed Tomatoes oo
possible," said Elwell.
Anyone interested may take the Whole Parsley Potatoes o
course by registering at the old cour Steamed
thouse. The center will be open for Cabbage
registration Friday January 2 and Corn Bread and Hot Rolls
Monday, January 5 from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. with a special eveing session p All You Care to Eat .... 4
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191. CUTLASS BROUGHAM, Single CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. Free 1/1 / ;
owner, low mileage, $3995. 964-7271. estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK: 2 BR 1 BA. shaded lot. 7 miles South of !Ji1rREALTY
9644319. 12/1811nchg Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559 tfn Mobile Homes and spaces for rent. Starke Call 964.5888. 468-1777 after 5
197. HONDA ACCORD, 5 peed with GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, Recreational vehicles welcome Phone p.m. 12/25 I llpd (
am/fm cassette, 2 door hatchback etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 9647498. 9/16 tin HOUSE. FURNISHED 1 BR, LR. kitchen 8
$1550. Call 964-4875. 12/25Itpd 9646078. Orders also token In Lake NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS foi 4 BR, 2 bath AC. clean Garbage pickup & ai4
ItM BUS converted to a camper. $1500 Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, BA opt. For more Information call Lake yard main Included $200 per mo.. .p
9644098. 12/25 I Itpd 473-4973, 2/26 tin Butler Apts. 4963141. Equal Opportunity $100 cleaning dep Call 964.7625. 12/25
1970 VW BEETLE newly reupholstered, HANDYMAN: carpentry, painting electrical Housing 6/7 tfnchg 1 Itpd PHONE 964.7776
r.bullt engine, stereo cassette. $1200. complete home repair. ROOMS FOR RENT Magnolia Hotel $8 2 BR, MOBILE HOME: No small childrenor I
Ideal for student. Call 964-8328 or Reasonable I 01... Licensed contractor. per night. From $35 per week. Discount inside pets $100 dep. $200 mon "PS N. Temple, Starke
964-5518. 12/25Itpd Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn offered for longer term Apply In per. thly. 7823233 or 782-3363. 12/24 2tpd
197.. CHEVROLET son. Magnolia Hotel Walnut St. across
IMPALA. Good condition. FAIRFIELD ROOFING: Free estimates. 1/1 Cecelia
$695. 9645244. 12/25 from Post Office, TF RENTALS AVAILABLE Terwlllegor'Today
Itpd Licensed. Insured and bonded. All : $150 per month
1973 FORD, TON pickup Ranger XLT. types of roofing and repairs 485.1556 APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Newly and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, Broker and always may God bestow His love on you.
$1500. 9644098. 12/25 Itpd or 374.1443 anytime. 9/11 tlnchg decorated, everything furnished laundry Owner at 964.5069 or 964.4048 TF The friendship of those we serve is the foundation of our
1964 FORD TRUCK, Step-slde. Good for ROOF COATING. Single wide startingat facilities included. Video room CLEAN MOBILE HOMES: for rent. On
restoring. Mag wheels. $1,295 $135. Doublewldas starting at $150. available. Will accept one child, no Highway 16 W. Close to prison .progress ..
9647536. Evenings & weekends 12/25 One year guarantee against leaks. Sr. pets. Palms Apts., 2313 N. TempleAve. 964-7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg .
tfnchg citizens discount. Also relevellng done. ., Starke 32091. 5/1 TF FURNISHED efficiencies, and mobile SPECIAL
Call for free estimates. 9644680. 10/16 ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS homes Inside city, weekly 8 monthly
MOTORCYCLESMOTOR tlnchg AVAILABLE lor as little as $50 per JO LU Motel 8 MH Park. 964-8810. 6/5 .HOME FOR FAMILY ENJOYMENT Lovely brick colonial
EXPERT WELDING farm machinery & all week or $200 per month which In TF home off Geiger Rd.-4 bedrooms 2 baths-approx. 2700 sq.
types repairs. Will build anything to eludes all utilities and no deposits Call 3 BR BRICK COTTAGE Kingsley Lake. It. 0.09
SCOOTER: 1985 Honda Spree your needs. "HAVE WELDER WILL 964-5139 or 964-8173 or drop by 314 N. Long Pier. AC, Call 9646491. 9/25 TFN acres-many amenities.
elec. start. Excellent condition. $300. TRAVEL". For more Info S free Temple Avenue apartment number six 2 BR MH, furnished $190 per month 1-w '
9645331. 12/11 3tpd 12/25 estimates, call ROLLINS 904.964.7499, next to the Tenneco Station, downtown $150 deposit. No children or pets. Call .IT'S THE EXTRAS THAT COUNT: Secluded 1980 doublewide, 7
1911 YAMAHA XT500. street or dirt bike, keep trying. 11/20 Itpd. ll/27tfnchg Starke. 11/6 tfnchg 468-1323 leave message. 10/30 tfnchg '
Very good condition. $650. 964.8210. EUNICE'S TRACTOR SERVICE: Fill dirt SMALL TRAILER within city limits. 1 or 2 ON KINGSLEY LAKE, 3 BR mobile home, ceilings, in the middle of 4 acres, inground pool, wooden
12/11 tin lime rock spreading avail. Disking & adults only. No pets please. 964-8484. Heat 8 AC year lease, no pets adults deck, wooden playground equipment. $55,000.
I9S1 GOLDWING 1000 MOTORCYCLE. mowing. Contact J.D. Eunice, 9648230. 11/13 tfnchg only. 5332366. 12/4 TFN UNCROWOED LIVING 2/1 Frame five nice lots-
12 X 65 MH 3 BR, 2 BA $250 month. cottage on
Fully loaded. $3500. Call 964-4098 12/18 4tchg 1/8 per 1 BR COTTAGE on Sliver Lake in
WILL REPAIR REFRIGERATORS and 964.4238. 11/20 tfnchg Keystone Heights. AC fireplace $250 Kingsley Lake Village, $30,500.
YARD SALES freezers In my shop. I buy sell or trade ON KINGSLEY LAKE small cottage couple per mo. 12471604. 12/18 tfnchg GET AWAY TO LIVING CB home with 2.25 acres CH&A with
used appliances. 4962090. 12/25 tIn Call only.5332366.No pets 11/26 Available, to June 1. 3 BR, 2 BA, MOBILE HOME off 301 S. approx. 1.456 sq. ft, SE 34th Ave. 50500.
MOVING SALE HOUSE CLEANING or office cleaning. tfnchg CH/A, $285 per month plus damage SAMPSON LAKE LOTS OWNER FINANCED!III I 1 FINE LOTS.
: Large appliances and 1 BR APT., first floor, stove 8 refrlg. No Ap
Call Debbie aft. 5:30: p.m. at 4751573. deposit. Inquire at 204 N. St. Clair St..
furniture Jo-Lu Mobile Homes, trailer 12/25 1 llchg pets $135 per month. 964-8498. Starke, FL. 12/25 2lpd 1/1 prox. 103'x770' Selling price $18,900 ea $2,000 down ((10%
No. 11. 12/25 12/lllfn
2tpd 1/1
FOR SALE OR RENT: 2 BR, 1 BA mobile for 10 years).
HOME WITH PATIO and enclosed porch.
HOMESFOR NOTICE Conveniently located, will accommodate home, new carpet and refrigerator THE WHOLE KIT AND CABOODLE > 1981 Guerdon
Partly furn. Front screen porch on Vt
couple. Call 964.5377 after 5 doublewlde-Sampson Lake Access Gread
SALE a acre. 3 miles from all shopping and $35,000. Getaway
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted p.m. 12/24 Itchg conveniences. Hwy 16 W For Info call IDEAL HOME FOR LARGE FAMILY S.E. 24th Ave. (off Rd. 100 I
KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE 2 BR 2 BA, LR,
to the Bradford County DR large screened porch, laundry 782.3530. 12/25 Itchg East) 2.7 oc., 5 BR, 3 BA, attractive deck overlooking a 1/4 |
LOOK AT THIS) Just remodeled lor 2 BR MOBILE HOME, furnished unfur
you Telegraph office in writing and paid In or fish
room. $450 per month. 5332196. 12/18 acre pond with fish! HAVE to seel
1,720 sq. ft. CH/A, w/ottie fan, 3 or 4 advance unless credit Is already nlshed. $190 per month $100 deposit.
BR, 2 full tile baths, equipped kitchen established with this office. 2tchg 12/24 964-8704 after 5 p.m weekdays RELAX IN THE SWING ON THE PORCH IN A LOVELY LAND.
RENTALS AVAILABLE 2/1. $175 1/1,
19 x 20 great room, closets galore THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE $165: Effic, $140: Tiffin, & Owens; Anytime Sat. or Sun. 12/25 Itchg SCAPED SURROUNDING I 2 BR, 2 BA, doublewide. 1.76 acres.
fenced bock yard w/tool shed HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Realtors. 9645065. 12/24 Itchg Close to Crosby Lake Public Landing.
Saratoga Hgts Concrete drive & walk. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ON HAMPTON LAKE 2 BR, 1 BA, '
screened EASY TO ENJOY Brick
Don't miss this bargain. By owner. Call THE TELEPHONE. LIVESTOCK 3BR, 1 /, BA, CH/A, large family ]
utilities included.
porch $250
today. 473-7541 or 4752597. 11/13 Classified deadline Is TUESDAY Call 468-1777. 12/25 Itpd mo. room with fireplace, fOl'mallivlng & dining room, utility room,

tfnchg NOON, prior to Thursday publication WALDO, 14' WIDE, cloon. 2 BR, 1 BA 2 PEKINESE PUPPIES FOR SALE. 964-8848 Access to beautiful Crystal Lake. See to appreciate.
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50 mobile home. CH/A, quiet location or 473-3627 12/251tchg FISHERMAN'S DREAM 2 BR, 1 BA frame cottage, garage,
BOATS then 15 cents for each word thereafter $220 per mo, 1st lost 8 $100 sec drive-in boathouse and screened deck overlooking Crosby |
.No 4681509. 12/25 2tpd
dep. pets
.. .. .. Lake Inlet. CHSA, $39,995.
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Mercury and trailer. $1800. Dale I ALL TREAT AND NO TRICKS New 3 BR, '/ BA brick home,
Brown. 964.6050. 10/2 tfn kitchen equipped. OWNER FINANCE.A .

21 motor FT. CRAFT and trailer.BOAT Runs 140 good.HP outboard Best of i. FAULKNER REALTY INC. JOY TO LIVE IN Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH/A, 3 BR, 2 BA,

fer. 4311609. 12/182tpd 12/24 spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room utility room,
12 FT. ALUMINUM BOAT with V-bottom skylights, 2 utility bldgs., privacy fence. $44,000.

14$150.FT. ALUMINUM May see at BOAT 613 Colley& TRAILER Rd. tfnce, 7'/ Located Hwy 301 -2 Blocks South of SR 100 P. .SUPER COMMERCIAL 301 SOUTH 7.45 ac plus 700 ft. bldg. 4
rented month. Trailer sales for
$200
rents
a
motor Lots of spaces space
hp extra equipment.
221 W. Street Starke
Motor used only six times. All ore in Lafayette $1,000 a month.

excellent condition. $800 negotiable. _. | AN INVITATION TO SPACIOUS LIVING Corner Orange &

Call 964-5577. 12/18 2tpd 12/24 H Pratt 3 Br., 2 Ba., CHSA, LR, DR, family room & patio.
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ESCAPE TO PARADISE ON CROSBY LAKE INLET cleared 100'x

LAND FOR SALELOT Wishes You & Yours ; 192' lot, 2 utility sheds, pump, well and septic tank. Trimmed

I out in lovely banana bushes, $17,000.
IN CITYl $6,000. Call 964-5764 after
5, call 964-5251. 3/07 tin ; A ChristmasAnd RENTAL INCOME: one bedroom, 65' x 130' lot. $10,000.
LOT ON WESTMORLAND ST.. for sale Very Merry SO CLOSEI I 1032 E. Call St., 3 BR, I'/a bath, $45,000.
with old house on property $4500. 36.43 EXCELLENT ACRES on both sides of Brownlee Rd.

9044663489. 11/20 tfnchg A < Successful Owner will finance $82,322. A smart Florida investment
13 ACRES :2;c BR trailer for'rental'over'! ?
, .........;.iy.JJx..eosss.Fkuued GAEA.Jng4ostatcy, 'w-I 4+ w .r ew ..PEYW&yME ZRt INVESTORS: 438 Acres in South Bradford County. Partially
w\zIIIIlnC\ pt Iqr 'Investment such as mobile i subdivided, highway frontage, close to school $1,000.pecj
home park, animal farm, etc. Several M I | acre. Hardwood trees. Developer's dream)

money making pecan trees. $23,000 .r- ...PREFERRED PROPERTIES....
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cash or $12,000 down and payments of itl _'. / '.
$230 month Starke area, call 964-6493.tfnjo III I NINE BEAUTIFUL ACRES-Country Club-for development.
I CRB ff\ ,\ SIX ACRES-Great Buy-Primitive Baptist Church Rd $12,000.

I LAND to 1,000 WANTED acres.: Will Good pay cash rood for frontage land 25 a Susan M. Faulkner GRI WINDING TREE LAKE-One acre $15,000.

preferred. Patten South Atlantic, P.O. PRESIDENT Eves 964.4048 rJ' PRIMITIVE CHURCH RD.-Twenty acres or will divide.
Box 2299 Lake City Fla., 32056. SMALL CB STRUCTURE-Nine acres 2 wells, 3 septic tanks.

.'. 9047554606. 12/11 2tchg 12/25 REALTOR FORTY ACRES-Near Country Club $90,000.
ASSOCIATES l 'L. m
1.37 ACRES-State Rd. 100 East $7,700.

MOBILE HOMES I CROSBY LAKE LOT 100'x 385' $17,000.
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FOR SALE Eves. Eves KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE: 2 lots 65'x 130' $2,750 ea.

| LAWTEY AREA Five acres, $13,000.
Irene L. Faulkner..964-5142 Lucille Spry........................964-8420 II
NEW B USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy 15 ACRES HWY 18-$33,000. One mile off 301.
Wells'at A&W Mobile Homes 964-6407 ill Marty Russell....................473-7694 Bobby Biggs...................,...964-7331 OKLAWAHA RIVER: three plus acres, $15,000.

or 9646408. 8/14 tfnrw I RIVERBEND ESTATES One acre, $4,500.

Mary Durden Property Manager 964.7358 Eves. mB [ LAWTEY 4 BR, 2 BA, 2 story, 1 acre.

HYPNOSISPROFESSIONAL NEAR PRISON 8 acres, $20,000.
OFFICE 964-5069
HYPNOSIS services for After Hours

weight control smoking, stress, etc Pauline Randolph 964-6323 :

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COUNTRY LIVING CLOSE TO CITY Sunken living room formal dining
room. 4 BR, 2 BA, family room w/fireplace, large eat-in kitchen with lots of Holidays
cabinets, CHSA, Central vacuum, workshop all on 10.9 acres, partially
fenced. City water Priced to sell
BEAUTIFUL TWO-STORY CEDAR HOME 3 BR, 2 BA 2,200 sq. ft. living area, 9B4.4522STARKE. '
1,200 sq. ft. covered porch, great design, Priced to sell FL. THE REASON FOR THE SEASONIS
VALUE SELDOM EQUALED 5 BR, 2 BA, living room with fireplace, formal
Jming rooirge' eat-In kitchen with snack bar lots of kitchen cabinets, JESUS CHRISTI
Inside uti >m. enclosed garage. Priced Right' I It /
t TODAY'S BUY TOMORROW'S SECURITY Lovely CB home on 5 acres, 3 BR,
2 BA great room with fireplace, dining area, central vacuum and stereo,
workshop with two open shelters fishpond, 74900.
LOW PRICED HOME CB home on shaded lot 3 BR, 1 BA, screened porch. ,
Good Price. I
NEAT FRAME HOME In the Country, 4 BR, 2 BA, large living room on one
I acre with large shade trees
I OWNER ANXIOUS TO SELL I Frame home, 3 BR, 1 BA, screened porch all on --- .4-/ cJlJL
I 28.7 acres good land, good timber, water system to livestock pens, 0 .
machinery storage building fenced $74,750. I .
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10 ACRES In Bradford County, 13th Street; N.E. -
14.05 ACRES SW Bradford County wltt pecan trees and two wells ,
LAKE LOTS Owner financing Available. '."
CITY LOTS Two 'lots on Hwy 16, West 7
CITY BLOCKS FOR SALE Ion. CtJ'C J <
I LOT NEAR ALTO LAKE Zoned for mobile home.
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CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS: nood : Gray spotted Great Done on NEWSPAPER PLATES Aluminum. LAKE GENEVA RENTALS Weekly, room CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub- COCKATIELS Grea Christmas Gifts
ed at Whisper: Pines Coie Cn. LPN Eunice Rd. Under Doctor's care far for Measures 24x36"and. 25 cents each Great lily, efficiency opai'men's, 1 "i: 2 BR '..''-.d 'n the lake Region Monitor of. Two guys, one while Ado PJle! .
8 RN .. Call! Elaine Slocum, 964 6220 heart worms. 7823017. 12/25 Itpd patching W. repair TELEGRAPH call 4732919. 12/4 'fuclig fice In writing' and paid In advance 4734789. l'pd 1224HOUSES I
135 Call St. 964.6305.
EOE 12/5TF MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT $150 pet unless' credl Is already established
REAL ESTATE LICENSING only 4 weeks WANTEDWANTED ROLLS OF HAY: $25.$20. All hay under n,'"'h. Pat'laily famished. Keys'on wi'" this office.
Call 1 1.755.4040.. N. Fla, Real Estate Col large barn on west side ol Hwy 16 oiea. 473 2026. 12/4 Inchg MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
lege. 7/3TFN LAKE GENEVA 1 or 2 BR famished. RESPONSIBLE FOR FOR SA4.tr
about 7 miles north ol Starke toward MISTAKES IN
MANAGER ASSISTANT MANAGER, top TO RENT: Desire to rent lake Order and leave It Re'lied i handyman roie'akei couple. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER -
alary for qualified, poisons Bonus. house for the winter months. Prefer under prison. barn your until hay need It. piefei, :ied. $200", $?/5.i.i. 473 7269.. THE mtPHONfc. KEYSTONE, HEIGHTS 3 BR, 2 BA CB
paid vacation, medical, & other company Kingsley or Crystal Lake area. Call Delivery my available at extra you charge. Ar 3/67/49 'I i 378 8622. 12/4 fnchg Classified, deadline Is 11:00: a.m. prior'n house, one block front schools,
benefits Call foi mteiview at 964 7874 aft. 12 noon. S. Hamilton thur Ga&klns 782-3727 or 964 6167. HOUSE FOR RENT nti beau'iful Silver Thursday publlca'lnn.: 58000. Make offer C.B. Isaac Real'y
468 2804. 12/11 4tchg 1'I 1 1 12/2511chg 10/30 tfnchg Lake 2 BR, CH/A pit) 'able, nn 1 acre Minimum chat ge Is 15 words for$3.50, 4752199. 12/11 tfnchg:
HAIR STYLIST NEEDED: Han pianos. Inc. OLD CARPENIER TOOLS, especially rare i '', $35in'li., 904247-1604 12/4 hen IS cen's for each word thereafer. NEW HOME on Hutchlnson Rd. 3 BR. 2
964 4645 12/11 3tchg 12 25 planes. Ph. 468 1551 7:30: a.m. 6:30 HAY: ALICIA $25 per roll at larrn. '1.. GOVERNMENT JOBS, $16,040 pm or 468 1150. 12/18 4tpd 1/8 Delivery available 7 miles west of FOR LEASE 1.2.3bedn..n.gy.f., f PERSONAL SERVICES $36,500. Financing available.
$59,230/yr Now hiring Call Starke on Rd. 16. Jimmy Casklns. fulen apoi'.i .n'.. 475-1048 or 473 48/6. 4'chq! 12/24-1/8
1.80S 687.6000 Ext R.5504 for CUM:out REAL ESTATE 964 8356. 11/13 tfitchg 4/5 2052 be'ween 7 a.m.-10 p.m. 12/4
federal list 12 11 81pd 2 5 FOR SALE "fiiclig PRESSURE WASHING Houses, mobile WOODLAWN DRIVER'S BR. 1 BA. CB
5 HP KAWASAKI CO-CART like new WHITE SANDS LAKE 3 BR furnished homes, pools, decks, sidewalks. Free 254X189
------- home, 1400 sq.K. playroom,
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY --- $390. 964 8848 or 4733627. 11/20 house, flieplace AC screened picnic es'in.o'es. Call Rob 4733590. 12/4 lo', $52,000.KEYSTONE .
UNITED REALTY OF STARKE 1640B S. tfnchg house. $395/mo. $200/dep. tfnchg CLUB ESTATES 2 BR, 1 BA,
RENTLEASESALENORTHWEST Walnut Si. 9648441. Fro Sackett PINE FIREWOOD FOR SALE You load. $5 904-2497884. 4'pd 12/11.31 LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. CH/A wall to wall: carpeting
Rrokor John Curies Associate. 12/18 per pickup load. Tatum Sawmill. LAKE FRONT MH near Keys-one. 2 BR, Call The lawn, Barber 473.3590. Free workshop, carport, near golf course,
782 3690 12'18 tfnchg 1'/. ,
BA pa'lo fishing swimming Es'imotes. 12/4 tfnchg .
$45.000.COMMERCIAL
CORNER Oh Call & Thomp-: FOR SALE boa'liig 473.4186. 12/18 tfnchg FLOOR SAGGING-DOOR DRAGGING .
ton Streets: 2 sloiy masonry building, 22' SUPERIOR COACH MOTORHOME.Fully 3BR-2BA DOUBLEWIDE MH (Oak House out of level?Call LaRue Leveling SR 21 NORTH Strip
Clyde W. Simpson, 3566849 4 Ion contained. New tires, brakes, NoPe's. covered concrete slab,
Fores) $275 mon'h $100 Security. Service for all/ your foundation cen'er 42X120
2 RETAIL SPACES FOR LEASE. 1,250 S MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As Iowa. awning Ig. 2 dr relrlg. gas/elec. 4 K 473.2931. 2'pd 12/18.24 repairs. 4737721. 12/4 tfnchg 3 phase elec'rlc service, 270X350 lot.
2,750 sq ft. Hwy 301 S 9648848 11 20 $14.99 per month. Call 964.6946. tfn generator. Excellent condition Dual 2BR-1BA MH Close to town Vi acre FURNITURE 8 ANTIQUE Refinlshlng. 139000. James E. Powell Licensed
tfnchg CHEVY 4x4 PARTS: '/, ton. anything you air heat 7823530. 12/25 Itchg wooded corner lot' $245 month withnp'iOn'C' Hand rubbed oil finish. Call Jac Real Es'a'e Broker 4734961. 2tchg
OFFICE & RETAIL SPACES. 600 ft to need Axles,, front WEIGHTS and bench.
q or rear auto ONE SET OF IRON buy. 413.2730. 12/18 tfnchg 473.2521. 12/4 ffnchgMISCELLANEOUS 12/24 31
1600 sq ft $187 50 to $500 Tclfm,, & transm., transfer cases, 2 different $175 Call 964 4098. 12/25 Itpd .
Owens Realtors 964 5065 12 25 types, spring: lift blocks, big U bolts. J
-- Call V04 oat* ,irceH 280 GAL. FUEL TANK with legs. Call
533.2403 after 6 p.m. swtfn LOST & FOUND
fiH HELP WANTED PACK RAT Buy, sell and trade collectible !-
12.600 BTU WINDOW UNIT AIR CONDI Items and antiques Used furniture, FOUND Whi'e long haired female dogon
TIONER. 110 Outlet. $250. Call EXPERIENCED NURSERY SUPERVISOR glassware jewelry and much more. Whi'e Sands lake, 12.10.86, wearIng .
[ HiH H J HiJ 533.2403, after 6 p.m. swtfn Sundays and nlgh's for church. Call Come see for yourself. One mile east. choke chain wl'h no. 55239 breed
HAND MADE BELTS extra sizes to 54. 4733829 M,", Wed Fri 95. 2tchg of Keystone Heighs on HighwaytlOO. unknown. 473-7246: or 473-3187 after 6
See at Waldo Farmers & Flea Market 12/2431 _. .. .473-2163. 12/4 'fnchg p.m., It 12/24
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Plumbing Supplies From

Durrance Pump & Supply .- NAVAL AIR RESERVE ,BROADWAY & WALTERS' r FOR SALE

t '-! HELP WANTED TREE SERVICE Fill Dirt Top Soil Tractor Work ,

We Drill 2" to 6" Wells e State Licensed, OPENINGS AVAILABLEfor Removal -. Backhoe Bulldozer

US 301 North, 864 N.Temple Ave Starke 964.7O61TF prior service military personnel
I /" FN 964-6182-964-5823.
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in the Naval! Air Trimming .
Reserve Program in Jax, FL. Stump Removal ,

Ground & flight crew positions Firewood / FLORIDA CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO.

Roberts Real Estate available in control, Free Estimate
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED helicopter and attack .
986 N. Temple Ave. Starke FL transport Call TOLL t 473-7097 473-7679 "Quality Work,low low prices $1 A 93 =:: ">'

964.6262 squadrons (Any Room ft Hall) . .. . . . .. 14 Scotchgard Available
; FREE 1.800.521-1316 for more After 5 P.M. Specializing In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture cleaning'and
-------- ------ information. n u hgijjsFLORILAND offer bids on commercial work.
I COMMERCIAL Successful service station on US 301 Keystone Heights Senior Citizen Discount No mileage charge Free advice
$50.000. Call Today! Licensed & Insured
tin ..oon,...,., Happy Call 964-4997 Call Happy .'Mtor'
ACREAGE 58 acres plus a doublewide mobile home. Only MO so. fi. Holiday Chick yellow pagas In local plmii book Holidays |4irkl' dfBnlBxtrsehBrgB
75000. Owner terms possible. All Work!OuBr.ntBed Chamber Gammerc

CHURCH STREET 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, central heat & air.

Reduced to $35,000 **! ##*##i2r#.#i# #..**# # **#* ***.*****

640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly Help I r.u CYPRESS MULCH '
152j ,
of Priced to sell at less that $1200
growing area Clay county. Save Energy & $$ ,.' '
per acre) Install : '
Custom .
DAVIS STREET 3 bedrooms. 1 bath on 1 acre. 23000. Insulated WindowsCall :1'i' PINE BARK
SAMPSON LAKE Waterfront lot. $11,000. :I ,

'.38 ACRE FARM Northwest of Starke, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath iYou We Deliver !
I
: pick-up or
Beautiful
frame with out-buildings, CH/A Homes I

.10 ACRES Pecan grove, no improvements 964.6766 I Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery \

FORSYTH ROAD 5 Acres plus, no improvements 640 ft. 24 hrs. -. Financing \ 'Cypress Lumber .
frontage on road. 2.9 acres with older mobile home, well, ttr, i I. 1

pump septic tank.COINAPIETE II 964-6649 -

COMPUTERIZED APPRAISAL SERVICE / ***...*....***.*..#** .$!.# \.tt##t*.. .* I
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George W. Roberts, Jr. Broker -

964.6058 Evenings C-
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CSM Salesman/Appraiser - -----
Terry A. Gaines 444--DWon 1/2 oc. In town, Lawtey. -
964.4181 Evenings great location, low down good CHRISTMAS' GIFTS

REALTY 1445 terms--(5)( ) Mobile home sites at Deer Full FaceHelmets
Flip
Run. Each has set-up Included. 1 plus.
964-7700 ac. lots Shields .I I
393 N. T.mpl. Av. 1398--21 plus ac., 4/2 stucco home $3.99 $36.00
HELP WANTEDAL V.rnl. P. Odom Broker-GRI 65000.
Jeanie Gognon f See our commercial motel w/apts., Gauntlet Gloves Foam Grips
Eva.-944-5414 Realtor Associate acreage, and farmettes listings. W.95 Oil Fllt.rs $3.95
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Lorraine_ Champion Broker j, $1.99
Drag Bars
ON LAKE 2 BR, 2 BA brick. Over 3 TKOUT REALTY
$1 .OO KAREPAIRLESport
aero*. Immaculate.GOOD INCaxY11 "D
CONTRACTOR, INC. BLDG. LOTS joining Gr..n ....... _
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Now hiring experienced ElectriciansAnd Acres 961.19313C US 301 N e 964.5805
'4 ACRES on St. Rd. 100 nearKeystone. 4<- 47J-30.,
f Fairing I Own. Tins M W.d 1-1 Tftur M Fri 4 M t-7
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Helpers LOTS, for trailers STARKE FL 32O91 $42.00 -..L'I

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EC174 Mon. thru Fri. 8.4 1225 Itpd l 0tt % t r(1 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Residential Commercial

-. Bradford County

flME&fe5s'iii ;, EARLYDEADLINENOTICENexttwo MOBILE HOME SPECIAL

*'' "" ___ ___ |w !Lyi' jlKn weeks 200 AMP Service, pole &

J' Al1AdsClassified &DisplayDeadlines Hookup $375.00 *

r New construction rewiring -

Week of 12.25: Mon., Dec. 22 5:00p.m repairs

Week of 1.1: Mon., Dec. 29, 5:OO p.m. 485-1952

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964-8830
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FOR RENTDay i
Starke FL 32091 .'." 0.' I '

REALTOR 964-4469 BROCHURES PAMPHLETS ,
Assoc.Harold Epps 964-4616 I I

Week Month "IN TOWN: 2 BR, 1 BA CM near I CHURCH BULLETINS STATIONARY .

hospital sm. dn., owner fin $29,900.
BOOKS FLYERS NEWSPAPERS
LAWTEY AREA 10 Ac. lots, owner
MAGNOLIAHOTEL 'in.
LAWTEV 125 2 BR. 1 BA, 15 acres
plus extra septic tank 60000.
CRYSTAL LAKE HOME SITES Our::Special -
leautllul brick veneer 4 BR, 2 BA on 2
rg. lots close to lak., $90.000. Business Cards .
Furniture 1,000
New W. PRATT ST.i 3/1. CH/A, Stove,
efrlg., microwave oven celling fan '
Air Condition 38500. Reduced to 36000. Raised ,Letters Black Ink
LAWTEY AREA Gorgeous 3 BR 2BA
brick veneer over 2.000 *q. ft. ;'
Must See to AppreciateAcross Interior decor that must be seen to $1895 i .
appreciate, 9.74 acres S much mar..
Price nego. Some owner fin. plus tax
from LAWTEY AREA 3 BR 1 BA, CH/A 1
ere 39000. Call 964-5784 Ask for Kim j I .
Starke Post Office LAKE BUTLER 3 BR, 2 BA, CH/A, Lg.
lot only 41500. ;
HWY 100E Lot with old haul, well
A septic tank approved $7,000. :BRADFORD PRINTERS .
Rental Income Property

,rl a< ;Ltv'd dbl/wlde EDWARDS duplex RD. Approx.plus frame 4 acre hobs with*, 110 W. Caf'Streotl;;' '" Starke 964-5764 .:

i c .Excellent Income Only 69500.
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Home Entertainment ObituariesMarian FORTIIOSIOWHOIIUKTATCIIIUSTJVIASByKev.
ConceptsBradford KilKiikl.nulKOI l

Square Shopping Center 964.6946 W. Miller l must! 1 ol us, Chris! 1 mils is u wonder fill lime. It is the season! ...await
all year lung A lime shopping, giving, sometimes receiving) and most
Mrs. Marian W. Miller, 79, of ol all uM>rutmg \Ihc birth ol Christ. It is a (dimly time, one lilU-d with
Keystone Heights, Fla, Park of The mi nioncs.
Palms, died Friday Dec 19, 1986 in However, it'!s not that way bur tveiyone For' many, the ('hiislrrias.sc.ison !
Bradford Hospital. following a brief is deeply pumlul Many lounselois receive more tails during this
illness time! than any other The (,hi'islm.js: season! simply dlll,!>n't I hold fond
3 HOUR SALE Mrs. Miller was born in Frazer, memories lor everyone
Penn., on March 25, 1907, Mrs. For instance, some who experience depression during this time are
Miller moved to Park of The Palmsin single You may leel like you just don't belong any where. This Is especially :
1978 from Cochranville, Penn. She true il your family is far away. Christmas dinner alone just doesn't:
was a housewife and a member of seem to hold u lot ol excitement for some Especially il you are looking
Friday December 26 Park of The Palms Chapel. for a male and have'n'I lound the right person. Or, il you have experienced .
Survivors include her husband, a divorce over the past year and this is the first Christmas you've had
Mr. William H. Miller, Sr.; three alone lor the past: several years
daughters, Patricia M. Sheppard, Then there's the single parents. Perhaps you also have experienced a
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Cherry Hill, NJ, Janet Mitchl, divorce since last Christmas and this is the lust! year without a male as
Weston, CN & Donna M Groff, Or- well as a mom or dad Worse yet, some have been descried by their
wigsburg, Penn; one son, William H. husbands or wives since last Christmas. For you and your children this
ALL MERCHANDISE IN STOCKAT Miller, Jr., Jacksonville; two year will be dillicult loo
sisters, Jennie Trolic, Malvern, Also, another group who certainly hurl are those ol you who have ex
Penn., and Alice Moore Wilmington penenced the death ol someone you love since last yeai This is perhapsthe
Delaware; one brother, most obvious in a family who is missing a mom or dad since last' year
COST FOR CASH Amos H. Wilson Port St. Lucie, with younger children. Truly, Christmas is going Lobe hard day lor you,
Fla; eleven grandchildren and four and you know it. What do you tell the kids when you're hurling so much In
greatgrandchildren.Memorial side youri>{'II'' Mow do you get excited about the holiday? My heart goes!
services for Mrs. Miller out to you especially.
will be held in Park of The Palms But, my intent in discussing this is to encourage, not depress I think
Chapel, Keystone Heights, Fla, on there is some comfort in knowing you are not forgotten. At least those!
Sunday, December 28,1986, with Mr. who have read this are more aware of your situation. Some act insensitive .
Ernest Woodhouse conducting the simply because they don't realize what's going on.
Fisher "Hi-Fi to Go" System services. Jones Funeral Home of Remember! too, that Christmas is more than just receiving or giving
Keystone Heights is in charge of presents. It's more than a dinner, even more than a family. Christmas is
with Built-in Equalizer directions. a time ol hope. So it was in the beginning. The message ol Christmas was
cause for celebration over the greatest hope ever brought to mankind.
Thank You Capture that hope in your heart and as much as it may hurt, lay hold to
Fun and versatile! This Fisher portable I wish to thank our many beautiful the future Grief is natural, but eventually hie must go on.'A new year is!
high fidelity system goes right along friends for the kind and thoughtful just around the corner filled with new opportunities and challenges. And,
wherever-you want" A built-in AM/FM things you did for us during Harry's even though it may never be possible to replace someone who is gone, it
stereo tuner and mechanized illness and death-you made our 50th will be possible to pick up the pieces ol your lit e and be happy again. If not
power f-
lfetioteioie .tea Anniversary such a success. There right now. at some time in the luture
I cassette deck section provide your was never a day someone didn't visitus The point is, don't get caught up just in the "pa!>t" ol the Christmas
favorite music through the great-sounding j bring a gift or say a prayer for season but in the 'future ol the Christmas! hope A future that can be
I two way detachable speakers Plus, a 11 r 1 .'- o=] us Thank you for being our friends just as bright I lor you as anyone else Even though you may not feel that
built-in band graphic equalizer allows throughout the years. I will love you way right now.
I you to custom tailor the music! AC/DC always. Don't sit down and wail lor a tl'nible Christmas or that's what you will
power options offer listening enjoyment JfeflReg. I I I Hilda Houston have. Plan to make it as good as possible Plan to be around those who are
important to you now, il possible! Look ahead and feel the hope of
{ at home or on the-go Mary (Amanda) Walker Christmas, the birth of Christ, in your heart. It can help you realize your
Key Features te Douglas life really is worth living alter all.
Oi nil m 3 band graphic equali/er Mrs. Amanda) Walker Ed Kirkland is pastor' of (the Kingsley Lake Baptist t Church located fuse
I Detachable 2 speakers Mary west 1 of Camp Bending/ on the corner of S.K. 16 and Mary Dot Lane at
way 79 of Lake Butler, died
C Built n AMFM stereo tuner Douglas, at the Bradford K'm'slc' Lake lo have a question about your family answered in Ellis/ column
Tuesday night
i Built m cassette deck section after an extended illness. send it to: HOW'S THE FAMILY Kingsley Lake Baptist Church/
AC/DC Hospital 6337 Seminole St., Starke, FL. 32091 or call Rev. Kirl lancf'8 office at
e power options born in Union
Mrs. Douglas was .
nnm. >,
Nomcs/orWrpf.sp'' nol
$139.00 5.13-20111. are r
Powered mechanism, soil touch controls County where she lived most of her
life. She was a homemaker and the
PH400B available/ .n black widow of the late Freeman Douglas.
I PHIOOW available/ m wine (burgundy) $ inooo She was a member of the First
PH400 available! in black and wine (burgundy) S a I e1Za Assembly of God in Lacoochee. In 1985 more than 66 percent of all part-time worker were
Survivors include one son, women, according to a fact sheet on working women published
Thomas J. Johns of Dade City; eight by the Women' Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor.
FISHER"Fisher grandchildren and seven great.
grandchildren.Graveside .
services were held Friday
December 19, in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery near Worthington Springs r I

VHS Video Cassette Recorder with Archer Rev.Funeral Raymond Home Baer officiatin of Lake r II

Butler is in charge of arrangements.

,. with Built-in- -.. Stereo/MTS Tuner- Ii

,**, **. .. -and. HQ 'Video Enhaneemen# Circuitry

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Famous baritone

lo sing atHaiford

[Fisher brings a new dimension to VCR 1st Ha pi. DENMARK La-Z-Boy

eE I,"loYmentiNowYOU'v.and! .
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.. -. .. .. 2 ;,Z. Squire Parsons, nationally
I record stereo television broadcasts for. ... --. ,-- Kiogm/ed gospel music: singer and > 4M W. Call Stri 411 W. MaJi rii Str *l '
I stereo playback thanks' to this. video ___ =____ _. _._t -N- composer, will appear .is a sptn.ilS.iluiday I SI4-II2I II4-SI21
cassette recorder's built-in MTS Ib evening(( concert on S.ilm 1 I I I I I 1 1
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(Multichannel TV Sound) tuner A day, Januii> 17, at Fellowship Hap

14-day/7-event timer permits flexible -- list Church, Kailoid Su.iiiifwillsm|)> ,
in two sepaiiilo.. 4Vinnuile: lnc''II'' .
programming and 111-channel, cable. \\Nf ..,- ...."'-.: .1 i > 'I"'I1'1\, r m .f1jif't: ;( beginning at 7 p.m. and 8 p.inrespectively. -
i' j compatible tuning allows wide station tg l .
i yi I selection. And you can control virtually Squire Parsons is a native ol Wes''
4.\ jail VCR (functions including instant Model 906 Virginia, but now calls Asheville: Union County Ads .
station access with the 16-function North Carolina his home Squire attended .
wireless remote control. R e $2 900 It West Virginia Institute ul
g 'tFISHER.Sale Technology, while ho eaimil a I BS COMMERCIAL PROPERTY PERSONAL SERVICES
degree in music;
Prior lo joining, tin KIIIUMIU\ n RENTLEASEOFFICE PICK.UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE Monday
$21 9OO Quartet in 1975 as a luii'itont* sing; 'i thru Friday. We pickup and deli ei
Squire had also I !seivcd( as an iiiUinii AND WAREHOUSE SPACE almost anything. Call 496.3807. 12 4
church music diu-ctoi, c'lunch Located In Union County Times 9t/pd. 1/29
soloist, and high school hand dnirlor building. Call for Information
His baritone voice(' is imllll'II"I1P. 4962261 tfn' MOBILE HOMES
ly recogm/ablc and he has the
distinction ol having been voll'lI l
"Baritone Singer ol the Yeai' f In 4 WANTEDFARM 12 x 65' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom I
Fisher Dual Cassette Deck consecutive years by readws ol 1/2 both central air. Must see to op

"Singing News" maga/mc, a m.ijui LAND WILL BUY OR LEASE.coll predate 6000. Call 4960071. 124
with High-Speed Dubbingand music publication Tom Chains daytime ((904)542.7957) tfn/chg
In addition to his beauliluloict*, night ((904)542-7050.) 11/6 4tchg. 12/24 .
Auto Reverse Function Squire has also been blessed b>' God NOTICE
with a great ability to compose
scripturally sound music. In 1981, INSURANCEMAINES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub
his best know song, "Sweet Boulali milled to the Union County Times of
Land" was voted "Favoi'itc- Song ul INSURANCE AGENCYi 25 E. flee in writing and paid In advance
the Year" by the Singing N 'ws! Main Street Lake Butler, 4963978 unless credit is already establishedwith
,Magazine tin this office.
Complete Insurance Service 4/10
rn' Tickets for the peiloinidnces, au THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD
$2:. per person, and will be availableat RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN
--- the door 20 minutes before each ol CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER

I AWOMVtWE AUTO REVEWT _t: the two (2) 45 minutes conceits A THE TELEPHONE.
love offering will also be tolled*'d HELP WANTED Classified deadline Is TUESDAY
each formance NOON prior to Thursday publication
z IIIl1 _111111 during For further per details, contact the Minimum charge II 15 words for$3 50
contact SWING then 15 cents 'for each word thereat
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church at 431-1066; or .GED/VOCATIONAL
Reg. 431-1421 or 431.1287. INMATE EDUCATION-FIVE COUNTY

a ; Sale $16900 AREA Bochelor's degree and two years experience REAL ESTATE
$24900in FOR SALE in business and Industry required .
: Salary: $702.96 Bi-weekly plus
? Deadline To LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO.
Used 12x18 benefits : open. apply
T. carpet Lake College, PERTYT If I don hove It. I'll find It. Just
contact City Community
: pillows, linens, and pic Rt. 3, Box 7, Lake City, Fl. 32055 ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR,
tures. Best Western. (9047521822.) ext 313 EA/EO 4962126 or 496.2903, eves "YOUR
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8 REALTOR: tin
UNION COUNTY
12/18 12/24
Employer 2tpd.
1290 N Temple Ave.
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS carrer -
/ opportunity. We offer 2 weeks paid FOR SALE
ALL. n vacation, 3 paid holidays Insurance
f, plan profit sharing Apply In person at
BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES PLANTS FOR SALE AT MARTIN'S FRUIT
lake Butler Apparel. Experience
}) J7823172-Mon.ihru So,. helpful, but not required.We will train. FARM Apple, peach pear plum, nectarine .
+ 12/24 fig blueberry, grapedogwood .
Itchrg
r Fill Sand Dralnfield Rock red bud, golden rain and
Speakers Top Soil crepe myrtle From $2 to $5. Closed
Ponds FOR RENT Sunday. 4972621, Ft. White. 12/18
White Sand for 2tpd. 12/24

f TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES 5.2 ACRES LAND with well, septic tank
'. Stockat FOR RENTi Union CountyTlmes. ISO and power pole Fenced with born
Main Street, Lake Butler, Phone $17,000. Call 496.3644 ask for Corlne or
496-2261 for Information. Hn Jerry. 12/24 2tchrg 1231.BOATS ,
t "Beautify Your OFFICI AND WAREHOUSE SPACI
Home" located In Union County Times Buildingat
tf ISO West Main. Call 496-2261 for _
.Cut Brick Siding more Information. tfn
or Cut Stone CLEANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely furnlshed 21' T-CRAFT BOAT with 140 HP motor
all electric, central heat and Runs good and trailer. Best offer. Call
Vinyl SidingAluminum
431.1609, anytime. 12/18 2tpd 17/24
Cost Siding air, private paved rood, laundry and
i pork playground. Near schools hasp.,
CallHomos stale facilities. PINES SR-121. east Lake HOMES
i! Beautiful Butler, Call 4962366. Two children
iz max., and no pets chg/tfn 11/13
: "..'"TV 'I I 964.6766 THRU BEDROOM. ONE BATH HOUSI GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1 (U
month repair). Delinquent lax property.Repossessions. .
south of Lake Butler. $300 a plus
24 hr,. Financing deposit Farmland also available. Call Call 1(805)6876000.( )
I 1(904)372-1953( ) or 1(904)262.1791.12'tpd. ( ) /.- Ext. GH-1136 1/8, for current repo list.
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i! Mark Frledlln from pre-grown seedlings taken
By
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Strawberries are blooming in watched as the plants began blooming -
\ 1 Bradford County again, due to the several weeks ago. 3
.1. unusually warm weather being! experienced This "pre-season sampler" being
across the south this experienced by Bradford growers
4 Winter. will end as soon as the first !freeze of
It's no big crop, but Bradford the season hits which it must, as
County Extension Agent Bobby much as we hate to!see it come each
Winter in North Florida.
Taylor says about 25 acres of
beautiful looking berries have been The freeze will force the majorityof
picked in the last two weeks as the plants In the ground to end their '
plants began blooming due to the growth cycle and begin producing
warmth which has lasted throughthe berries.
Fall months and into the Winterso "We don't really have to have a
far. certain number of days with feezing
temperatures," Taylor said. "We
"Sometimes we have an early just need that one or two first freezing -
crop when the first of the freezing days at least:. for the" plants to
temperatures don't come until late start putting on berries
So for now, the early harvest experienced
in the year, Taylor said. "We have
and
Y r W d" some real nice looking berries right by Bradford growers
now but these early ones are more others in the area will just have to he
of a novelty than anything else." a sweet reminder of bigger and better
Leon and Glen Starling brought bya things still to come.
sample of the early crop to the "Growers around here will really
Bradford Telegraph offices last start them out around
week and showed off the large, March, Taylor said. "If we get the
bright red fruit. cold weather we need pretty soon we
ir The Starlings grew: their crop should be in good shape.



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Early Harvest...

A ______ Leon (on the left) and Glenn Starling have harvested :some. of the first
strawberries to be picked this year at their farm near I.a\\tcy due to
0 u AWMMrt; 0t "LViiifiiiif. unusually warm weather being experienced in the area so far this Fall.
",,.1., Hobby Taylor estimates that about 25 acres of early herbs have been
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Florida Highway Patrol week, the Patrol encourages
released its prediction concerning motorist to follow these safety tips:
highway traffic deaths for the upcoming If you are drinking alcoholic ,
Christmas and New Year s beverages, limit yourself to one
holiday period. Both holidays are drink or less per hour. Your body
likely to claim a total of 78 lives; needs about one hour to eliminatethe Smirnoff
many as a result of alcohol-related alcohol in one drink. t
accidents. Try to finish your last drink at SChenley Early PS Vodka / '
Troopers feel as many as 44 may least an hour before you think you fi& Times
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6 p.m., Wednesday, December Eat before you drink any pdm, .
24 and ending midnight December alcoholic beverages. Snacks can YTw 750 k
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their lives in Florida's highwaysover body absorbs alcohol. ua.n. '
the 102-hour period from 6 p m., Plan to use the 'Designated OFG 775 599 :: 1299
Wed., Dec. 31 until midnight Jan. 4, Driver' approach; One person in a
1987. group sticks to nonalcoholic drinks 40
during the evening. This person
"Even a few 'social' drinks can" drives the others home. At the next
impair a person's ability to drive, gathering another refrains
according to Colonel Bobby R. from drinking alcohol person and the WHILE THEY LAST !
Burkett, Director of the FHP. "A responsibility is rotated.
person can be impaired well before The Patrol reminds motorists that
reaching the level of legal intoxication .
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one drink equals 12 ounces of beer Bacardi .t"
five ounces of table wine, or one andonehalf Calvert'Rum
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while decreasing judgment and self- percent of all drivers and
criticism,people who have had a few passengers killed in last year's wn 750 750 -
drinks may find it difficult to assess Christmas and New Year's holiday roc '
whether their driving skills have periods were not using seat belts, 750
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season to the threat to life and limb The FHP's main objective is to ._ On A Shell, In A CornerHUNDREDS In Cooking and Defrosting
posed by comining alcohol or drugs reduce the needless loss of lives and
and driving.In human suffering that results from 301 Liquors & Lounge OF MICROWAVES MUST GO!
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Olympic Action...
Bradford County hosted the Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10-5:30

Special Olympic games this month Come Visit Us In Our
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Mark Frledlin spread out between Bradford High January before going on to the state uIf
BCT Staff Writer School, Bradford Middle School and finals.
Bradford County hosted the Starke Lanes for the bowling comThe day began Saturday morning
Special Olympics District Competition petition." at 9 a.m. when participants met at
early this month with over 1,000 Some of the activities included in the Bradford High School gym for an
athletes participating in this unique the competition included basketball organizational meeting and opening
event. team competition and individual ceremonies. Washington( Street bet ONLY
"This is the first time Bradford skills testing, gymnastics, bowling, ween the two schools was closed to
has hosted the District level of the target bowling and weight-lifting. through traffic for the entire day to
Special Olympic competition in five The events were a challenging test make a safe area for the competi $1 095Case
years so we wanted to extend a for everyone involved in which there tion.
warm welcome to( all of our guests are no real losers,only plenty of winThe Starke Recreation Department Offer (Fibre Cans)
coming in from out of town," com- ners in a positive atmosphere in has also helped out in the good through January 15, 1987
mented Bradford County Special which everyone was encouraged to preparations for the event, and
Olympic Coordinator Mary Strong. excell) to the best of their abilities members of the department were on
"We had a very successful series of regardless of what level they comhand during the competition to REGISTER OIL COMPANY
County games in October and the peted on. assist.
winners here are now ready for a The bowling winners advance on "We are very grateful for all of the 308 S. Thompson Street 964-5888
shot at the state competition, to be to the state competition in Lakeland help we have had from the community
held in Lakeland January 30 but the basketball winners must first ," Strong said. "They helped OTHER SPECIALSGULF
February 3. advance on to the area competition make it a very successful event for ATF KENDALL QUAKER STATE
The district games went off to be held in St. Augustine in all of us." $ 94 $ $ 7S
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Bradford. County is member of an ._._ .
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district"We competition have had in a Starke.tremendous 1vrr a ;,
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amount of cooporation from local iit:
merchants, who( welcomed our out of
town guests with messages on their
signs and billboards," Strong said.
"Also Janet Gulley of Starke Lanes _
has been very helpful donating use W.T. JACKSON SR. '" -bas 'vtk '- '"3. ..,,, ; MARGARET L. JACKSONCOFOUNDER
of the bowling alley for two entire COFOUNDER i '
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for anyone who wanted participate, SECRETARY-TREASURER VICE PRESIDENT. VICE rHESDCNT PRESIDENT .DIRECTOR MANAGERDIRECTORWavne
I and quite a few city and county officials .. ..
I visited as well," Strong commented -

"We also had clinics M' tJ M.E."MARC*JACKSON LAKE BUTLER
available for the public." JACKSON Prwktent 145 S.W. 6th Ave. r 7 p ,
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(2 cloves) MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU FROM ALL OF US AT JACKSON'S li litt
6 large tomatoes (about 9ets

2 1/2 pounds), peeled,
coarsely chopped .dfiM 419' At this time of year our attention Is focused on Christmas. In behalf of
2 teaspoons dried leaf basil, the stockholders, officers, directors and employees of Jackson Building Supply ; .
crumbled ;!,_*A: : I A' '4 I would like to thank you all for your support of us. We realize that withoutyou .
1 teaspoon dried leaf and more Importantly, without the Grace and Mercy of Almighty God we could _
crumbled not exist as a business or even as Individuals. Because you have been so goodto ihA
oregano us and likewise God has been, we feel that we need to share with you what we W.B.
1 sugar McKlnney Raymond
teaspoon Moody
believe Christmas is all about.
1/4 teaspoon hot pepper _Brian Gassett Mark Jones

sauce { 1 s Christmas 1s surely a time of giving, as 1s evidenced by the giving or
1 medium spaghetti squash exchanging of many gifts. When we think about Christmas giving we need to
(2 to 3 pounds) remember, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that ? __
2 tablespoons chopped whosoever believeth on him should not perish, but have everlasting life .+e
fresh parsley (John 3:16)). God gave that we might believe on His Son and have a place In k Kfe'H. /-., '
2 tablespoons grated 43 Heaven. However. TTwe reject what He gave we have a place In Hell. r .uy Kke ""
Parmesan cheeseIn 00 "
Christmas must needs be a time for receiving for no one can give a gift vr/ %fF
large saucepan melt Promise unless It Is received. The Bible says that the Gift God gave---His Son, Jesus---
saute onion and garlic 3 mi i*' "came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as many as received him. L Lr
; Stir in tomatoes, basil, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on Ed Adams Greg Alvarez
nutes. Duane Runnells Tim Jones his name: Which were born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of
oregano, sugar and hot pepper the will of man, but of God." (John 1:11-13))
sauce.Cover;simmer 30 minutes.Stir y

occasionally. Meanwhilecook Christmas Is a time of happiness, as evidenced on the face of many. I
spaghetti squash. Place I Happiness depends on happenings and can be shortlived to gain real Joy and ,
unpeeled, whole squash in kettle Peace this Christmas, why not right now receive the greatest gift ever given ,
of boiling water. Cover, boil The Lord Jesus Christi Jesus loves us and Invites us to believe In Him. If I IrealoJoypofsChristmasofor
30 to 35 minutes or until fork ; you have not made this commitment, you should right now receive Jesus Christ +
pierces skin easily and squashis v theyfirstvtimee. now received Him..you can know the T
terrier Cut squash in half crosswise For those of us who already know
;remove seeds.Using a fork, J 1 Him---may we be drawn to a closer walk this Christmas ..; "'- .i.f' h
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out of shell onto JamesGIU. EddMO'Donoghusy J J"T
pull squash We thank God for the opportunity He has given us to serve your building
heated platter. Spoon tomato Bill Rehberg Jeff Stone supply and hardware needs---we also thank Him for allowing us to share Jesus I
sauce over squash. Serve with Christ with you after all without Christ there would be no Christmas. *
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