Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
January 3, 1985
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I.. ;' Wonoting Education Boss Steps DownTom

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Chamber Board to ,

: Meet.. Casey Deplores State Control of School SystemMost .

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,'. The Chamber of Commerce difficult problem in education the past year he wouldn't run again, education system to implement. It / .
Board of Governors is scheduled to is knowyou're has planned a smooth transi- I A jNew --r.
today letting youngsters very won't work, Casey says. The state is .
meet today (Thursday, Jan. 3) at .
concerned about
tion.Casey driving low-average student out
12:30 p.m. their problems, says retiring has "...someone covering of school. ,
: Highlighting the agenda will be educator Tom every item the state requires." Dun- '
Casey, a compassionate There are more low to average /
election of officers for; the year man who will step down Jan. can can simply become involved in students in Bradford schools than .
-'1985, including president, vice- 7 as Bradford school superintendent, whatever areas he wants to, Casey any other level, the veteran L
president, and treasurer. On Jan. 8 BUS principal Jim Dun- points out. For instance, county- educator points out. Smooth Exchange...
can will step into the school wide administrator Charles Francishas r
Meeting Set... superintendent chair by virtue of been assigned 19 areas, and Casey believes in keeping as many A veteran of 16 years as school ,

j.. First meeting of the Downtown the September primary election in county-wide administrator Lucille students in high school as possbile superintendent, Tom Casey's final
': Progress Committee (DPC) for the which he beat another veteran Payne has been assigned 23 areas. i t! by finding courses in which they can day will be Monday, Jan. 7. The

.. new year is set today (Thursday, educator, Charles Francis, by 203 .:' succeed. The veteran educator desk In the superintendent's officeIs
Jan. 3) at 4 p.m. in the Chamber of votes. Casey Deplores believes in a teacher taking a student covered by three rows of
Commerce conference room. For the remainder of the 84.88 State Control... from the level he finds the student material Casey has gathered for In-

Mechanism for implementing a school year, Casey will be principal Casey deplores the trend in recent at and going as far as he can go coming superintendent Jim Duncanto
special tax district for improvements of Bradford High. He and Duncan years in which the Florida with that student. read.
in the downtown area will l simply trade positions. legislature has established stan- There's no point in trying to teach Supt. Casey has planned for the
will be reviewed. dards and placed the responsibilityfor algebra to a student who hasn't changeover for almost a year and
" Smooth Transition... carrying out new laws and has assigned every state requiredjob
Fuqua Reps Here.. who has known for (see Retirement..p.9A) to a staff member.
Supt. Casey, bureacractic rules down to the . _.
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"I A representative of the office of

U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha, will
be in this area Jan. 9 to listen to
problems with federal agencies ando

receive comments on legislation County4H
I before Congress.The .
representative from Fuqua's
staff will be at the Raiford Post Office

from 10-10:30: a.m., and at the
Lawtey Post Office from 11:15: a.m. AgentIs
until noon. .,
"With Congress currently in session v dP" i:,:

., it is not possible for me to be
in the district as often as I would R
. like. I urge people to come by and .. 4Mr on JobHow
tell my staff assistant of their con-
cerns. It is the aim of my office to
do everything possible to be of do you suppose Bradford
r. assistance County would luck into. a 4-H agent
: says Rep. Fuqua.
Fuqua represents the Second with nine years of experience in extension ;-
f Congressional District, consistingof work and with degrees in
of 23 counties in north Florida and home economics, textiles and

i the panhandle, including all of clothing?
Bradford County.Chamber Diana Smith, 31, came to north-
Florida when she married and mov-

_.. Needs ed to Jacksonville seven months ago
r with husband Tony, a district sales I
..,.... ....? ward-Nominations..... manager with .Ihe-PoiUiac Motor _
Each year the Starke-Bradford Division of General Motors.

Chamber of Commerce honors a r t Q
local outstanding humanitarian anda T On her first ua> uu the joo r riday,
citizen-of-the year. rl T Dec. 21, Ms. Smith was busy readingup

The Awards Committee of they on Bradford County. She asked
The Telegraph reporter about as
Chamber is now accepting nominations -
; for the two awards. If you many questions about the people of
know of someone you feel deserv- t.r 1 the area as he asked her.

ing of either or both awards, .... +h y learn An avid interest in seeing children
"I' Chamber Executive Mike Cooney + i new skills, both academicallyand
: asks that you write a list of socially, is expressed >y Ms.
reasons, in narrative form, why it Smith, who has worked with both
r; is believed the nominee should be adults and youths In home
economics.Ms. .
" considered. Nominations should bet
mailed to the Chamber of Commerce -
; office by Jan. 11. Smith fills a vacancy created
I i The awards banquet, at the when former 4-H extension agent
which the humanitarian and Carolyn Redding resigned last sum
mer to begin teaching school.
citizen-of-the-year awards will be
r For the past nine years Ms. Smith
made, is set Jan. 26.
worked at Clemson University for
! the Cooperative Extension Service

Garage Sale Meeting... of South Carolina. In SC Ms. Smith
was both an extension home
Volunteers for the Santa Fe Com Top Academic Students at BIIS... economist and 4-H extension home

',: munity College Starke Center The straight-A students at BUS the second six-week grading period are Second row, on knees: Trade Clark, Jody Brown, Todd Gillenwaters, economist; South Carolina does not
::1 I Garage Sale are invited to meet at (I-r) Penney llsieh, Sherri Harrell. have separate positions as Florida
11:30: a.m. Monday, Jan. 7, at the Third row, standing: Melissa Sullivan, Tonia Parks, Tammy
\) Western Steer Steak House. Thomason Shaun Schmidt, Wendy Sullivan, Stephanie Redding, Irie does.Ms. I
Anyone wishing to assist with the At bottom seated: Lorena Miller. Cindy Winkler Dawn Scott John Hamilton. Smith earned a bachelor of
, fund-raising project is welcome to Stephanie O'Sleen. Absent for photo: Wendy Hsieh, Robert Thorp. science degree in home economics
V. attend. from Lander College, Greenwood,
The sale will be held at the Old SC, and a master's degree in textiles
Courthouse the second weekend in and clothing from Winthrop College,

r February. A's Bradford HighEighteen Rock She Hill Is, SC.a former extension

4 18 Earn Straight at secretary for the American Home

; Prayer Breakfast... Economics Association, and is past-

, Donna L. Moody, James A. Muse, president of the SC Association of
The annual Kiwanis Club of the
Prayer or 1.7 percent family living practical chemistry, Freshman : Home Economists.Ms. .
": Breakfast is set Wednesday, Jan. students at Bradford High and standard American history. Becky E. Parrish, Valarie D. Ran
1,040 live
and Smith intends to
of Mr.
Jody L. Brown, son Due E. Smith Sabrina J.
,. 16, from 7-8 a.m. in the Fellowship School earned straight-A's for the Cindy Winkler, daughter of Mr. Brown of Starke. dolph, Jacksonville in the Mandarin section -
Mrs. Marvin
Donald R. Thornton, LenoreA.
Hall of the First United Methodist Snell,
period Winkler of Starke.
six-weeks grading
second and Mrs.
and Starke. Hus-
to commute to
Brown is enrolled in life manage- James R. Whitehead,
, Church in Starke. in
is enrolled
6 which ended Nov. 30. Miss Winkler
band in
skills fitness Florida Tony covers 11 dealerships
ment ,
,personal Zambito.
,:' Tickets $2.50 each, can be 96 more BUS students, or 9.2 percent chemistry I, Americanism vs. Com and Catherine Georgia and Florida.
George history, drawing
chased from any Kiwanian, of the student body, earned all munism/Economic Education, stan- honors 9 and
Roberts Insurance, or by phoningthe A's and B's for a place on the A-B dard English II, psychology, lab chorus Spanish 11..Todd .I, English Juniors: Kelliene A. Baldwin,

i Chamber of Commerce, honor roll. associate, and standard American Gillenwaters, son of Mr. Pencia S. Blackburn, Amy L. Clark,

964-5278. history. and Mrs. John Gillenwaters of Venus Marie Doughman, ;erri L.
will be Dr. Paul
Speaker Wagnerof The straight-A students< are, b; Starke. Gillenwaters is enrolled in Fender, Sherrl M. Gaskins, EdwardL.

Methodist Penny Farms Bishop, a of former India and who grade,: Sophomores : algebra I, Florida history, drawing Hall, William Helsabeck, Lynn

has done mission work in Nepal .Sherri Harrell, daughter of Mr. and painting, personal fitness, Holtzendorf, Gregory B. Jackson,
and in USA Seniors: and Mrs. William Harrell of honors English 9, and drama. John W. Jackson, Alvin B. James,
Maryland, Tonia L. Parks, daughter of Ms. Brooker. Miss Harrell is enrolled in Penney Hsieh, daughter of Mr. Clinton B.Jenkins, Karen R. Martin,
Gwendolyn Collins of Starke. Miss advanced American history, ad- and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Miss Sharon D. Martin, Tonja S. Mc-
Upcoming Meetings... Parks in enrolled in chemistry I, vanced biology I, algebra II, Spanish Hsieh is enrolled in life managementskills Cloud, Irving T. Meres, Theresa P.

Bradford County Commission: geomeztry, family living, SpanishII II, and drama. personal fitness, Florida McCollum, Stephanie A. Mitchell,
meets Monday, Jan. 7, at 9:30: a.m. and study hall. Wendy Hsieii: daughter of Mr. history, drawing and painting, Russell E- Nail, Donna J. Parado,
of I honors English 9, and Stacy J. Parrish, Marla R. Reddish,
in the county courthouse. Stephanie Redding, daughter and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Miss Spanish ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Redding of drama. Rita T. Richardson, Michelle A.
Lawtey City Commission: meets Hsieh Is enrolled in beginning typing -
Theressa. Miss Redding is enrolledin .Stephanie O'Steen, daughter of Watkins, Melissa S. Williams.
Monday Jan. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the advanced American history,
tawtey city hall. DCT, chemistry II, psychology, algebra II, Latin I, and shorthand. Mr. and Mrs. Gary O'Steen of
Brooker City Council: meets Latin I, and study hall. Lorena R. Miller,daughter of Mr Theressa. Miss O'Steen is enrolled in Sophomores: Lisa G. Blalock
.Dawn Scott, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. James Miller of Brooker. honors English 9, physical science, BradGreen
in the
Tuesday, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m. hall. Deena L. Cox,Angela M. Ford,
Brooker city hall. Mrs. Jimmie Scott of Lawtey. Miss Miss Miller Is enrolled in anatomy & Spanish I, drama, and study Carolyn R. Hilliard, MelissaA. !
Scott is enrolled in humanitries, physiology, honors English II. ad- Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and
Commission: Miller R. Moore DeborahA.
Hampton City Philip ,
Jan. 8 at 7 in chemistry II, standard English 12, vanced biology I, beginning typing, Mrs. Robert D. Thorpe of Starke. :.
meets Tuesday, p.m. I Parrish, Audrey L. Pierce, Lisa
enrolled in "
is Spanish
personal typing,and the tutorial pro- and hall. Thorpe
the Hampton city hall. M. Rlx. Stephanie Sams, Stacey L.Shuford .
gram at Starke Elementary. Shaun E. Schmidt, son of Mr. and Florida history, drawing and pain- Anna M. Ward, Gregory F. F-
of Mr ting, fundamentals of agriculture,
Sullivan daughter Starke.
Wendy Mrs. John Schmidt of Angela D. Williams.
Rental Assistance of honors English 9, and algebra I.
and Mrs. Curtis E. Sullivan Schmidt is enrolled In algebra II, ad-

Program Suspended.., Starke. Miss Sullivan is enrolled In vanced American history, woodwind Freshmen: Kimberly E. Adams,
humanities, geometry, psychology, band, advanced biology I, and Latin The 96 students on the A-B honor Michael E. Barber, Robert E.
Due to the large number of applicants Spanish III, and study hall. I. roll, by grade, are:
Boone Jason M. Brown Jennifer L.
lists Sarmed F. Abdulla,MarkE.
presently on waiting Melissa K. Sullivan, daughter of .Seniors:
for federal rental assistance, the Juniors: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sullivan of Barber, Patricia A. Barber, Brown, Felicia Andrea M.L.Davis, Charles C.
Hamilton Bon-
Florida Department of Community Tracie L. Clark, daughter of Mr. Starke. Miss Sullivan is enrolled in Brenda L. Bawek, Roger .Beard, nie A. Homer, Matthew Hampton J., Hut-
Affairs is temporarily suspending of Starke. Miss & physiology, French I, Sarah E. Benefield Kimberly L. Diana
and Mr,. Ted Clark anatomy cheson Tommy L. Jones RichardD. Smith..u the county's
the acceptance of tenant applica- Clark is enrolled in standard English family living, algebra II, 'and In- Brown, Tracy A. Coleman, ChristineF. Kimutis, Esther A. Martin, new 4.11 extentlon agent.
tions for-the Section Housing Dickinson, Tony Diggs, CourtnayW.
.11, geometry Spanish II, troduction to( American history. Eaves Sherry Mattox, Gene R. Murphy, Ms. Smith has nine years of experience
Assistance Jacquelyn ,
: Payments Program.The Dougherty
standard American Tammy L. Thomason, daughter
and Jr. Merle E. Packham Chad Red- in
psychology, cooperative extension!
is funded By the Karen A. ElIxson, Craig B.
program of Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Thomason of
History. dish, Michael N. Stilwell, Richard L. work 1n South Carolina.
Martha J. Hunter,
U.S. Department of Housing and Irie John Hamilton, Jr., son ofMr. Brooker. Miss Thomason is enrolledIn Falstreaux Jenkins Karen H. Ray lor, Allyson Joyce Thompson, She Is on the Job now and con be
Urban The funds Valarie M. ,
Development. are and Mrs. Inc John Hamilton Sr algebra II, Ametican history Wen- David M. Thorpe, Joy E. Vellenga, reached at the county Agriculture
Rosalind A. Lennon,
allocated in Florida by the andLatin Kimutis,
Depart- is enrolled in drama, physical education,
ment of Community Affairs. of physical, pre-algebra I. dy McDougald, Connie F. Moody, Cindy Ward, Pamel. Zurfluh. Building, phone 964-4280.





Page" TELEGRAPH January 03,11185Easier


Said Than Done. .

Clean Have BUS for School
Captain Hopes to Heady ,, aw,
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Cleaning up after a major fire is due to smoke damage. Each tile is Special Requirements... -chemically cleaning cork. Y 1 p
never an easy process; nor is it taken down individually with the Typewriters, televisions and other "We" take about 99'percent of it
cheap as the Bradford CountySchool support grid system cleaned with out, said Finnegan, when asked
electronic equipment will have to be
how much could be done in the clean-
Board found out. special solutions before the tiles can
restored by experts in that field, indicated
will leave
up. some materialsfor
Taking care of smoke damage at be replaced. Finnegan. A typewriter will
the high school a Gainesville com After cleaning the metal school personnel to use on any
have to be dipped in cleaning) solventto
spots missed such as books whose inside -
pany which specializes in mopping- framework and ceiling area the get the soot out while a televisionwill
up after a blaze. ventilating system is purged of soot have to have its circuits cleaned pages were,overlooked.
of Gainesville and residue several times. All the
Haynes and wiring decontaminated.Cork Cleaning-up after a major fir is
subsidiary Captain Clean General air-handling registers in the ceiling bulletin boards and other no easy project. The services of a
Builders, is handling the $67,917 Job have been taken out and washed cork products are extremely hard to professional in the area of fire
of lust cleaning the remaining school down before they are re-installed. handle, according to the Captain restoration are needed, especially in
of smoke and soot. Because After several days, when the air
building Clean team, because they just absorb a major situation such as the
smoke damage is slower than registers meet Finnegan's standards the odor and fumes. Replacement damage to BHS. Maybe when is
destruction caused by fire, quite a they will be reconnected to is the recommended procedure reconstructed, it won'tever be
bit can be done to save property the registers and the ceiling tiles because of the cost involved in necessary to do it again.
after fire has been out.
a put replaced.
Any just starts getting that ..... ,.. ..11 .... &
Pushing for Completion... pitting look to it," said Finnegan of
Working a crew of 12 men seven exposed metal surfaces.A .
days a week, Service CoordinatorTim case in point are the approximately
for Captain Clean 200 stainless steel door
Finnegan .
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said they would have the job com knobs in the school building which "1, :;.,, '
pleted by Sunday, in time for schoolto had to be taken down and washed.
re-open Tuesday, Jan. 8. Left on their own they would have t
Work being done requires that deteriorated from the acid smoke
everything be cleaned from the roof and would have needed to be replaced. -
to the carpet in the areas of the high .
school affected by the fire. Extensive .,_araa
Books to Read.. -.n.-
smoke damage was done to $
Buildings II and III with moderate In the library thousands of books
damage to Building V. have been treated to save them from i ,1 J n
Finnegan an 11-year employeewith permanent damage. Each one was > W 1N. Il' t' Nt 1
Captain Clean and a graduateof taken down and the covers wiped w $ {r' ? r $ 1
the National Institute of Fire with a chemical sponge. They were
Restoration in St. Louis, outlined the then damp-wiped again before being
general process for cleaning a put back on the shelf. When the areais yrgB 1.
building after a fire. completely cleaned,it will be seal tS
Due to smoke having an acid base, ed and an ozone machine set up to t
everything metal must be cleaned to replace what the fire took out of the
stop further deterioration. At the materials. s. 'c '" '
high school Building II which holds According to Captain Clean,a fire
the administration offices and destroys ozone (a variety of
library, and Building III, center for oxygen), and it has to be replaced.
the math and sciences, receive 1 the This is especially important in
worst smoke damage. In hese treating paper products such as
arcs all the ceiling tiles mus be books and magazines.
replaced, the air-handling sys''!m Building V is "Really difficult
flushed, the walls scrubbed, and because we've got to remove the
carpet cleaned.In ceiling tiles and save them," said
Building V, damage was less Finnegan.
severe,but the clean-up will be more Each tile will have to be taken
difficult, said Finnegan, because the down carefully, cleaned of soot and '
ceiling tiles are to be taken down, replaced. Prior to replacement, the .5
cleaned and re-installed. support system will have to be cleaned ; S 1
Assisting Captain Clean's expertsare along with the entire crawl space
approximately 10 inmates from area in the ceiling. The ducts will
Lawtey Correctional Institution.The also have to be blown free of con-
inmates are assigned to tasks suchas taminants.The .
moving furniture and boxes. t
exterior soffit of Building V ,
From the Top Down... will have to be taken down and the
In Buildings II and III, 2,500 ceil- plywood cleaned, sealed and repainted -

ing tiles are having to be replaced, before being replaced. BUS Library Ready For Final Cleaning... You've Got To Get It All...

With all the ceiling tiles taken down and the books temporarily coveredby (Top, right) Doing just that, Mike Douglas carefully plies a vacumn
plastic! wheeling the interior of the Bradford High School library cleaner on the ceiling tile support system in Building III getting the last of

.L'...".".... t awaits the final touches. With students due back Tuesday Jan.8,Captain the soot before it does any more damage.
: Clean, the contractor doing the smoke damage repairs Is racing the
<.. '. clock to get everything done on lime. All that remain Is for the new
1. 'tJ :i' ceiling tiles to be Installed, the carpet cleaning finished and the ozone
,,' treatment to begin.Washing .
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"I" ? Santa Fe Community CollegeIs
I' ;;3" Walls During Break...
Consolidating Its ClassesTo
(Below) Making a little Christmas! money, BUS student Mark Smith Nursing
made the most of his break time by working with the clean-up crew lake ONE Admission Time Per Yearl
M ing soot off walls with special chemical nuetralizing solutions.

. .J. l 't. Revised selection criteria and increased facilities in the

t \ t new Health Science Building have eliminated

._ i ik admissions waiting lists.

: Application information and prerequisite

requirements can be obtained by" ,;.

jgL_ : t.V calling 1-395-5703 or 964-5382.

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National League for Nursing MIll\\
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Capt. Clean's Top Hand... :(lot panic txrtng Copt D''). a grcatllttle seafood place. II
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(At Left) Tim Finnegan Service Coordinator for Captain Clean it Two tender \
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years years '
training at the National Institute of Fire Restoration In St. Louis, he FED4 FOR // T37E.O and 2 Southern-style hush .
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knows his trade. ONLY puppies.
Smoke leaves a very corrosive, acid based product (soot, following a .
fire. Which according to Finnegan has to be removed before It can per- NeIIgood"'lIIanyO..l9eclal OfrerExplr..1I18IRJ\" Captain$. .
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January 03, 1985 TELEGRAPH Page 3A

BC _commercial building permits reach $2.4 million in 1984

Commercial Building permits -A new location for local offices of !a v.,..
issued in 1984 reached a level of the Health and Rehabilatative Ser
$2,354,400 in Bradford County. vices Department of the State of
This represents an issuance of 96 Florida. The offices were con-
commercial permits through Nov. structed and are owned by developerand
30, 17 more than the 63 issued in 1983. builder G. K. Ely at a cost of

Just 23 commercial building permits $150,000) and are located on Andrews !w ,r'..,,
were Issued in the county in 1981, but Street south of the Best Western
since have steadily increasing to 75 Motel:
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J982., 63 in 1983 and 80 in 1984. r' zr wyGIIEI3'HL r -

In contrast, residential building Construction of an office and
have remained steady at around 100 retail center south of the Pizza Hut
since 1980. on US-301 by local surveyor Pat
Value of building permits, both Welch. Cost of construction is set at

commercial and residential, issuedin $64,300.A { ,
1984 was $10.1 million. 1983 permits
totaled$114 million, but included retail shopping center locatedon
I the electrical and sewer work Market Road west of US-301 own-
done by the City of Starke, around ed by William Rosier is under con-
$1.5 million. struction, cost estimated at $179,000.

The tremendous increase in : rorw,.,..
building permits for commercial Opening of a new mini-warehouse ... -.wr .e.i .. ..
construction shows the growth that location behind Denmark Insuranceon I ': ......--- .,... -

has historically taken place in South US-301 north, Ron Denmark, ... --- ,
Florida is reaching into this rural owner of the complex set the cost at, .. -- 'c.......
north-Florida county. $72,000. -- -

Requests for information and Construction of a drive-in annexto Starke's Newest Food Store, With a Twist...
rezoning to take place in the near the Florida National Bank to be I
future indicate that this growth will located at Bradford Square Shopp- Begun in late '83 and completed in Feb. 81, Norman's Market Is a market operation which moved from its cramped quarters near the high.
continue and expand in the ing Center. Cost has been set at substantial addition to the booming commercial activity on south US-301. school in downtown Starke.

forseeable future, according to information $149,500 .The! ..approximate. $22 ,OOO project houses the.!specialty. produce. .and. meat
-- -
from the Bradford Zoning The Victory Baptist Chapel in '

Department.. Hampton begun in June of 1983 at a .. "
.:'.'Major projects undertaken in 1984 The second phase of the new cost of $120,000 and finished near the I ,. '

include: Bradford County Hospital projecthas end of April 1984.Normans -...;: ...... '+ 1A
been permitted at a cost of : t-: !II:

Construction of an office complex $406,000. This amount is for work Market on US-301 '; -"' f

valued at $126,000 on the from the foundation up to the driedin south, permitted in December 1983! i :. rA :

building permit, by Gene Shaw on stage. and completed in Febuary of 1984 at .... ;
US-301 next to the Pizza Hut. / a cost of $225,000. ; {

Completion of a new Bradford Construction of a church to be The Jax Liquors store on US-301 ....... ';';;""'7=' __

Guidance Complex behind the county located on US-301 south by Life and south, permitted in July 1983 at an .:.::= :: : '
Courthouse, at a cost of $449,700. Ministries of Starke, Inc at a cost of estimated cost of $219,500 and com r
$101,200. pleted in July 1984. ( : !

Building of a new Lawtey .. .. l1111 tl"III'11ri 1 ;
Masonic Lodge located off CR-229. Several projects undertaken and All construction cost figures used \ \

Cost of the lodge has been estimatedat permitted in 1983 were completed in are estimates only, based on .
$100,000. 1984. Among these were: amounts quoted on permits for the :
.. .. -
construction. These figures are ., ... .... oIIi<<. .. .. .. -
An office complex due north of Southern Villas apartment com those that the Zoning and Building .:...:.:.. :'u' '.',',<
the Courthouse, owned by local at- plex, permitted in May of 1983 and Department uses to assess fees for 't' '"' .,' :. '"
torney Reggie Flynn. The offices completed in January 1984, at an inspection and the certification of .fft. ,, :t """"" "; '. ., '.'. : 1 '" ;,." ;... <...
cost set at a cost of $83,800. estimated cost of -1''''' I ,,'.i\\ O >'},...... '0". ','"..J'\..' .., .,<, '
$755,700. '
were occupancy process. ,; ,!., .1.'" ( ...... ,. jli'':: ;'"' ;'I' r." '.
.", ;' :'f' ,.. _c." .- ., ':" '\A .".,'

I House Sales Up in Value Not NumberPurchase Multipurpose Building...

Part of the growing legal sector near the courthouse cia! activity. The other tennant now is Love That Vide.
i in Starke, the office building put-up by Attorney Gene in the $126,000 complex. .

Sales of residential properties at a mercial and residential, was $10.1 of the Virgie Barksdale Shaw !houses his office along with space for commer-

price of over $100,000 have reached a million in 1984, considered a good home on Hampton Lake by Jim and
new high in Bradford County. year. In 1983 the total value of Evelyn Womack for $125,000. ford County Florida. ow: I
Indications are that more sales at building permits was $11.4, but that Legal Nt Ices described as: All persons having
that price level were recorded in included some $1.5 million in electrical Sale of the Richard Dugger homeon A parcel of land lying claims or demands
the ,
1984 than in the past several years and sewer work done of the City Santa Fe Lake to A.F. Almond for in the SE'/ o' Section 24. putted against WITHIN Estote are THREE re
combined. of Starke. $155,000. at the Intersection o' the Township 6 South Range
This indicates both an increase in Among the high value sales were: OF INTENTION NOTICE Westerly boundary of 22 East Bradford Coun.MONTHS DATE OF THE FIRST
I the market value of all residential Purchase of the Harry Morgan TO REGISTER the right.of.way of State tv, Florida and being PUBLICATION OF THIS'Iy
property and an increase in the The Steve Cardin home on CR-18 home on Santa Fe Lake for $152,000by FICTITIOUS NAME Road 16 and the Norther. described more particularly NOTICE to file with the
west of US-301 sold for $100,000. Herb and Anne Nelson. boundary of the right- as follows:
number of high value homes in the o.way o' a county rood Commence at the SE Clerk of the above Court
county. Pursuant to Section corner o' sold Section 24. a written statement of
and thence West
Many of the sales were of homeson The sale of the Gene Adams homeon 86S.09, Florida Statutes run saId Township 6 South Range any claim or demandnotice
shores of Bradford County'smany Purchase of the Warren Santa Fe Lake at a price of Is hereby given boundary along a distance Northerly 0' 22 East and run North they may hove. Each
scenic lakes. Two sales were Rauhofer property on Bessent Road $150,000 to S.L. Richardson. that the undersigned 531.26 feet to a point 0"37'20" West a distance claim must be in writing'
of homes located in the rural parts of by Morris and Sharon Williams for T.W. GRIMSLEY a BEN L' sold point being 881.2 o' 938.44 feet run and must be In writing
the county. $150,000. Purchase of the J.R. Bragg houseon DYALS P.O. Box 456 In: feet Easterly of the thence South 83"10'50" and must indicate the I
Building permits for residential Santa Fe Lake by Robert verness Fla. 32651.0456 Southwest Corner o' said West a distance o'900.16 basis o' the claim the
construction have remained steady The Jack Norton home on Santa Strickland for $125,000. joint owners doing $E'/4 of NW '/ ; run feet for Point of Beginn nome and address o' the
for the past four years at around 100. Fe Lake bought by C.R. Beasley for business under the firm thence North a distance Ing. From Point o' Begin- creditor or his and agent the or

In 1984 there were 96 building permits $145,000. Sales prices are figured from d/b/a nome o' SANDLIN CORP of 426.04'eet to an Iron ning thus described. can. amount attorney claimed Jf the
issued for residences in the documentary tax stamps affixed to SKYLINE HOUS stoke; run thence West tinue South 83"10'50"
1650 N. claim is not yet due the
Purchase of the A.L. Hilliard deeds to each as recordedin ING Temple 220 feet to an iron stake West a distance of 200
county. It was 102 in 1980, 99 in 1981, property Ave.. Starke FL 32091 date when it will becomeintends
and 98 in 1983. home on Santa Fe Lake for $100,000by the Bradford County courthouseat to register sold for a point o' beginning. feet, run thence North due shall be stated. If

Value of all building permits, com Steven Schager. the time of sale. fictitious name under the thus From described pOInt o. beginning continue o.6"52'07"214.34 West feet a distance to the the claim is contingent or '

aforesaid statute. West a distance o' 110 Southerly rlght.of.way unliquidated. nature'Dated
this 27th day o' feet line of State Road 16. run o' the uncertaintythe shall

I Vacant 301 Parcels Sell Like Hotcakes Bradford December County A.D.. In parallel thence to to a South the point Easterly; and run thence East along North aforesaid 83"01'53" be secured stated. If the the security claim is I

be described The
12/214tchg 1/11
boundary of a lot deeded Southerly rlght-of.way
Lisa set at and :htarke the west side ot> 301 claimant shall deliver
transactions of vacant property panel was $175,000, : on In Official Record Book line a distance o. 200
located on US-301 reached an all will be the site of a branch bank now formerly owned by Mac Baldwin to ...."" 31. Page 4.>R, Public feet, run thence South sufficient copies o. the
time high in 1984, with more under construction. J. G. Walker and others at a price of Records o. Bradford 6"52'01" East a distance claim to the Clerk to
transfers occurring this year than in $135,000 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County Florida a of 214.51 feet to Point o. enable the Clerk to mailOF
each Per-
Other sales Include: THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Beginning. The property one copy to
the previous 3 years combined. distance a. 162.04 feet to
Largest of the transactions took -Ihe parcel ui the corner of Sale of a vacant parcel north of CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR a pOInt; run thence East being the West dne.half sonal All Representative.interested

place in September with the sale of a Washington St. and 301 sold by Mar- the Econo Lodge by Brown-Ely FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY. a distance o. 110 feet tc o. the above description In the Persons Estate to whom a
parcel by Bradford Square Inc. to tin Inc. to Orlando Helicopter Inc. at Development Co. to B. Patel for Civil Case No. 84.662 an iron stake; run thence Bradford County Florida copy of Notice of Ad-
Florida National Bank located just a price of $91,000.A North 162.04 feet to at public outcry to the ministrationthis has been

south of Edwards Rd The price of parcel of 13.24 acres south of (See 301\) MARY G. FRANKLIN. point has o.been beginning filed agalns for highest cash and at the best hour bidder o. mailed are required.
-- Plaintiff and 12:00: o'clock Noon on
j are requlree
you you
vs 30. 1985, at the
to serve a copy of you, January
PEGGY HELEN written defenses if front door entrance of FIRST PUBLICATION
HAMILTON any THIS NOTICE to hie, any
the Bradford
,- the Plalntlff's County
to It on at-
( Defendant: obiections they may
tit Courthouse at Starke
., torney whose name an" the
have that challenges
,f.Jj :tt THE address is Terence M. Florida Dated: o. the Per-
N"1 NOTICE OF ACTION Brown Esquire Tomlin December 17. 1984.
PROPERTY Richard L. Cox, Jr. sonal Representative or
son a Brown, P.A.. Post
OFFICE United States Marshal the venue or jurisdiction
Office Drawer 40
TO: PEGGY HELEN Starke Florida 32091. or Middle District of Florida o. the Court
HAMILTON. ADDRESS or before 12 February Dorothea Beane
UNKNOWN. Assistant United States
l 1985. and file the
.; YOU ARE NOTIFIED original with the Clerk of Attorney Attorney
.4 t. 11 OW, Call St. that an action to this Court either before For Plaintiff WILL RED. BE FOREVER BAR
'oreclose a Mortgage 12/214tchg 1111
p service on Plaintiffs at-
Date a. the first
.' and
; Security Agreement
964-5764 for the following describ torney or Immediately ........ publication o. this Notice
:L thereafter otherwise a
of Administration: Nov
Starke. Fla. +: ed property In Bradford default will be entered 15. 1984.
'Nr County Florida: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
=-= against you for the relief
.. f Two parcels o. land ly demanded In the cornOF FLORIDA EIGHTH
In the Southeast Representative
plaint or petition
a. the Estate o. HARVEY
Quarter (SE"'lo' Nor. WITNESS hand and AND FOR BRADFORD
'dt my Deceased.
.CJ thwest Quarter (NW'4)) the seal of sold Court on COUNTY, FLORIDA FOWLER for Personal'Bradford
,.. Section 11. Township ; December 21 1984. CASE NO. 84-98-CP Attorney Representative:
South Range 22 Est' GILBERT S. BROWN Probate Division BESSENT MOODY 8

Flnrida and more County nar.. Clerk.By: Marian Circuit McRae Court IN RE: ESTATE OF SALZMAN es sent III, .By Esquire: Wm.403 A.
CJ ''' tic o/ described os Deputy Clerk HARVEY FOWLER West Georgia Street,
'o, 12/274tchgl/17 Deceased. P.O. Box 1056. Starke
PARCeL A': Commence Florida 32091 ((904))
at the intersection o. the ....... NOTICE 964.7262312.8321.the .
Westerly boundary o' OF ADMINISTRATION 121214tchg 1117
,.. "O, rlght.o.way of State UNITED STATES DISTRICT
Road 16 and the Norther. COn T MIDDlE TO ALL PERSONS HAVly .
and run thence West Court No 84.705 ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL NOTICE Is hereby
V n 'l'l along saId Northerly Civ..J.16 OTHER PERSONS IN- given that on Monday
boundary a distance of TERESTED IN THE ESTATE January 7.1985. at 10:00
\ \: 531.26 feet to a point UNITED STATES OF YOU ARE HEREBY o'clock A.M.. the under-
A. said point being 881.2 AMERICA. Plaintiff. NOTIFIED that the ad signed GATOR
feet Easterly o. the VS ministration of the Estat.. FREIGHTWAYS INC..
\ '\ Southwest corner o. said ANN t. GREEN. a/k/a at HARVEY FUWLtR, will sell at public auction
SE'/4 of NW'4 ; run ANN LAURA! GREEN Deceased ls pending I In for cash at 2175 Como -
thence North a distance GREEN the Circuit Court for manwealth Avenue
alkla ANN A.
". 264 Let to an iron Defendants. Bradford County Jacksonville Florida:
stoke for point o. begin Florida Probate Dlvl ana lot of Mats and
nlng. From point of N::>TICE OF SALE slon. the address o. Heaters consigned to
beginning thus describ which Is N. Temple Classic' Orlando, Fla, to ''J
.d. continue North a Notice Is hereby given Avenue Starke Florda! satisfy freight and
distance of 162.04 feet 32091. The Personal
to Final chars underan
that pursuant ta 0 storage '
Iron stoke; run thence Judgement entered en.Representative o' the the provisions I i of Section I
i West a distance o' 220 November 27, 1984. by' Estate Is WILMA DUN 4b( ) of Uniform Standard
feet to an Iron stake; run the above styled cause.CAN.. whose address Is Bill of Lading.
thence South 16204 feet the undersigned United Rt. I, Box 205. Clore. Gator Frelghtwa. ' .
an Iron stoke' run States Marshal or mom Florida 32111. The Corrl.r
thence hst a distance of his duly appointed naau "n.a ".AA..f she. P ro.3100.7Sdtd
220 feet to point of deputies will sell the P. r son a I 97 / B 4
PARC&f'. C_. ,ropertv.situate In BradRepresentative' 12/V: 2tchllJ/03 '_

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Page 4 A TELEGRAPH January 83, 198i -

Opinion and Commen *iTv Du Pont Enters 36th Year of Mining

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r With New Plant Manager Replacing Platt 1



The DuPont Co. Florida Mines (Trail domestic source of ilmenite for its
Ridge and Highlands) entered their thirty. pigments plant in Delaware. Since il-
sixth year of operation January 1 with a menite derives from the erosion of rocks in
new Luebke.plant manager, Donald V (Don) the Appalachian plateau and is carried

southward by streams emptying into the
Due to the new year holidays,December Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico it
27 was the last day on the plant for Ken- r was decided to explore the sands of Trail
neth B. (Ken) Platt, who closed out 29'/2 Ridge, which was actually an ancient
years with the DuPont Company, 17 of beach at the time when Florida first
those years in Florida, and the last ten as trfM! emerged from the ocean as a sand spit.
manager of the Trail Ridge and Highland Drilling in this area determined that a low
plants east of Starke. grade of heavy mineral ore was containedin
y r the sand hills area east of Starke.
Before his transfer here, Luebke Du
t a
four of the
Although only percent heavy
ylv Pont
employee since 1960, was manager of
the minerals is recovered from the sand, the
company's East Chicago, Indiana,
plant which produces heavy mineral acids, mining was economically feasibleby
the use of a spiral process of separation
Iv r silicates,and agricultural chemicals. He is
developed by Humphreys Gold,
a graduate of Purdue University, in
chemical engineering, and has held a wide According to projections by DuPont,
variety of DuPont assignments at Belle, there is sufficient remaining ore to con-
4 West Virginia, and Wilmington,Delaware. tinue mining operations here until aroundthe
4n Both he and his wife are natives of Fort year 2,010.Kenneth.

Wayne, Ind., and have two sons, one an
aeronautical engineer residing In San Antonio
Texas, and the other, a third year Lktt'
student in biochemistry at Purdue.

Al / pi + Platt and his wife, Joan, will continue to -

reside in their home at Turkey Creek near Donald V. Luebke '
Gainesville. His retirement plans include B.

'some traveling..and down the road location, the property was sold is now the Platt ,
perhaps some volunteer and counselingwork1' site of Regency Square shopping center

There was little activity or interest in
Important to Economy heavy minerals during the interveningyears
until World War II when DuPont
During its first 35 years of operation, the
began to locate reliable
a !
DuPont mines have made an important

economic contribution to the area,employing "' -. ..
,, "'
: 'if' ', -' "
.r "
280 to 300 people at the present time, ... .. ," J, .,
a444 '" -- -
i with a payroll of approximately$10 million
V I h' Y annually.
The company signed a contract with the
"Scenic" Starke State of Florida in December 1947 permit.
Thirteen months have Code Enforcement Board ting the mining of heavy minerals, including

elapsed since this ilmenite, zircon, and staurolite in
century-old two story Needs specified areas of the Camp Blanding
house burned on North to Organize reservation. Construction of the Trail
Cherry Street and the Ridge plant was started in March 1948 and
specter of the fire still actual mining began in April 1949. In
remains to blemish the November 1953, construction of a second
neighborhood.Shown plant, known as the Highland Plant, was
started at the northern end of Camp Blan g4s.
a +
at right is a ding, and began operations in April 1955
booby trap on the banks
of Alligator Creek along This development of one of Florida's

Highway 16 East, that is natural resources provides an important .
a health hazard as wellas domestic supply of ilmenite ore for Du- -
a potential threat to Pont's titanium pigment manufacturing
the safety of children facilities in Wilmington. Prior to World

passing or playing in the jr War II, most of the ores used by DuPont A .,
area. came from the rich beach sand deposits in '; -- '
India. Unstable political conditions
Pictured below Is a prevailing in India immediately after the _
scene reminiscent of the war prompted a search for a reliable w
bombing of Beirut, with 2 domestic source of the heavy, black w.
crumbling walls that "CP mineral, ilmeniteThe
could topple on ven-
turesome children or first beach sand mining operat n in
adults prowling throughthe Florida was located at "Mineral City on
rubble. It adjoins the the Atlantic coast just south of Jacksonville
toppling house shown Beach. During World War I, rutile
above. was mined there for use in producing
titanium tetrachloride for use in tracer sa't
:' bullets. After the war this operation
became inactive, the mining site was sold,
and is now the location of the Ponte Vedra
Country Club Aerial View of Trail Ridge :

The Humphreys Gold Mining Companyof The magnitude/ the Diil'onl mlnh.11t'ratinn/ east IIr Starkr I Is! shown In this I
t 'i Colorado later operated a heavy at'rialIt.w taken iluriiiK HIP carljears! al Trail Kidge. The floating dredge pic
Rd minerals mine just east of Arlington, neal tired here in Us srlf-maoV lake al upper right Is pumping ore through long pipe
Jacksonville, from 1944 through 1964 line to the \\t'l! null, iiiupusfil of multiple banks! of spiral separators which

.... When the deposit was mined-out in tha;< "sepuratelhe hea\\ mineroisfrum the lighter quart sand b\ centrifugal force.
t ,
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A study in Contrasts: .


Santa Claus Froze on Christmas: '83 Uut Sweated It Out in '84

Strawberry growers are beaming, but nothing else recorded since the famous"Valentine's
hog killers haven't had enough cold to
make a batch of sausage to go along with 0' Day treeze on February 14,
their pancakes. 1899 which was accompanied by two-
inches of snow that remained on the
Suoh! is the fickleness of Florida
ground, unmelted, lor two days. This was
weather. { the final blow that convinced Bradford

Santa Claus no doubt shed his red flan- County growers that oranges could no
nels upon arriving here Christmas morn- longer be grown commercially in this sec-
ing to find it 40 degrees warmer than the r tion of Florida
14-degree low registered here December
25, 1983. Local temperatures this December have
V. Sfc Jwr H5nt\ ranged from a low of 25 to a high of 80,
An unusual holiday heat wave brought while December 1983 brought lows of 14
high December readings of 80 degrees on and 15 on two successive days, and a high
Eleven months ago, a 50-member in the procedures necessary to han an Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and reading of 82 on December 5, Overall, the
delegation from the Downtown Progress effective ordinance. If it takVs a year or December 29, toppling temperature 1 average mean temperature this Decemberwas
Committee met with the City more to get action in cases! where records along the Atlantic Seaboard and 6.5 degrees above the readings for
throughout the Southeast as far west as
Commission urging passage of an or- owners do not remove the unsafe and Louisiana In the meanwhile, winter kept a It was so cold that one Slaike. resident December 1983

dinance empowering the city to require unsightly structures within the requiredtime firm grip on the Pacific Northwest and with a malfunctioning space heater had to This December also set a possible recordfor
repair or demolition of dilapidated or then the ordinance will be ineffective much of the Midwest, including Montana send her ('hriotmas turkey to a neighbo dryness with only 1.4 inches of rain
burned-out buildings within the city in many cases and it will be years and North Dakota which shivered in house to be thawed out The city received recorded here. December 1983 was nearer
temperatures as low as 20 degrees below more than 200 emergency rails from
normal with 8 29 inches, _'
limits. before is marked
there a improvementin zero. homes and businesses wanting water cut
the town's image. offs after to thaw and water
Several months later the ordinance pipes began
In this area everyone was happy with the -
which had already been under study by Now that Starke and Bradford Countyare weather except fuel suppliers, merchantswith without spurted wa.lpr everywhere all Christmas A few DavIt homes. were ,

the Commission for more than a year, attempting to obtain certification as large stocks of blankets and winter How ComeIt I
clothing, and those who had to bring their wa a 'once in a century"
was finally passed. a Blue Chip Community, it is especially lawn mowers out of storage for a final,
Then in August three structures were important that the town be cleared of unusual, December grass-cutting Is? :

the Commission the these charred and decaying structures Letters'
designated by as Berrygrower Leon Starling said his
first targets of the new ordinance. Since without long delays. An attempt is now 50,000 Douglas plants had a good set of

then, two of the three have been remov- 'being made to obtain an industrial parkin bloom and green fruit, and he expects to
an effort to attract new industry. But start scrapping by the end of this week. Emergency Food
ed, so some progress has been made, "Barring a hard freeze, we'll be picking Services LackingIn
investors interested in the
but much remains to be done in the are appearance lots of berries in two weeks," he predicted.This +
of the town as a whole -- not our CommunityIt
picture. just its industrial park. A tour of the cityat time last year growers were mourning
the losses suffered in what County attention that there
Several months seven memberswere has come to my
the time could well
present cause a
described "the
Agent Bobby Taylor as food
are virtually no emergency services
appointed to serve on the Code En- potential investor to think twice about worst damage to strawberries I've seen in available in Starke Because of the caring

forcement Board, a vital cog in the process casting his lot in a town that allows such 20 years." Although radio station WPXE nature of our town I am surprised as wellas
of dealing with the unsightly and conditions to exist recorded an official low of 14 on December perplexed, that such a situation exists
actually dangerous buildings that now : 25, 1983, private readings at cold spots here Several letters have already been
dot the landscape in Starke. As the or- With all the other improvements plan- around the county ran from 8 to 11 degrees. Darla Hollifield a worker at MRS, has received by "Joe Steeler" in
dinance is written'owners such property ned to help make Starke "Come Alive in The mercury remained below freezing for indicated to me that when she encounters response to his call to lovers of coun-

cited by the Planning and Zoning '85", this most important phase of improvement an unbroken 4Hi hours. someone needing immediate help, she try and western music to get
are should not be neglected or Besides damage to strawberries, all tries to refer them to Suwannee River together once in awhile to just "play
Office and are given a reasonable mustard churches. for the run of it",
winter greens, including turnips, Economic Council or area
length of time to clear the property of postponed. For years, it was said that broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage were Sometimes she is successful in helping to Joe when he
hazardous structures* If the owners do the city was helpless to take action severly damaged, or wiped out entirely. find food for them and sometimes she is in Mississippi, about was a third teenager

not comply within the time limit, the against such properties because it did Pasture grasses were "burned" by the not.Ms Hollifield also told me that she has son he knew either played every a guitar per-or .
matter then before the Code En- not have the necessary authority. After cold, forcing cattlemen to step up sup- tried to start a food closet at the HRS office wanted to learn how. "We'd get !
plemental for their without much success Several verbal offers -
of effort to obtain such feeding programs together for a
years an or- picking session at the
forcement Board which decides what stock, have come to her, but very little actual drop of a hat/ Joe
and he'd
dinance it almost ,
was finally adopted a
action is necessary, legal or otherwise, food has come in. like to get something going here if a
So far results have been
to bring the offending property into year ago. During the holiday season of Christmasand suitable place can be found to meet

compliance with the city code. disappointing. Hannakuh, we should count our bless- Joe will be answering his letters

So far the Code Enforcement Board It is ings and consider sharing some of those soon. In the meanwhile,anyone may
hoped that in the
new year'the blessings with the more unfortunate write: Joe Steeler, c/o The
has not met to become organized for action Code Enforcement Board will citizens of our local society. Let's keep Telegraph, Drawer A, Starke, Fl
in cases where the property owner organize for action and be in a position Starke as one of the best places to live in 32091.

does not voluntarily comply with the to play the important role for which it The Panama Canal l was completed North Florida I Helen M. Murphy

.. law Therefore, there is a missing link was intended. In 1914. Rt.2, Box 855,Starke


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January 03, 1185 TELEGRAPH Pale SA

Sharon Griffis/ Donald/ ScheefzMarry

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Nov. 24 '--Wilq -


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Brooker Baptist ChurchSharon trW .

Dorene Griffis, daughterof matching lace and pearls, held a -
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Griffis of chapel-length veil of silk illusion ap- -..
Starke,and Donald E. ScheeU:,Jr.of pliqued in matching lace and trimmed ,
Starke, son of Rev. and Mrs. Donald in pearls. She carried a cascade
Scheetz of Keystone Heights were bouquet of blue roses mixed with 1\\ iw; ;:
united in marriage Nov. 24 at 7:30: white rose buds and; angel's lace :::
p.m. in Brooker Baptist Church with with streamers. .
Rev. Donald Scheetz, father of the A reception was held in the church I r-
groom, performing the nuptials.The Fellowship Hall. The color schemewas .-.
h carried out in blue and white.
altar was highlighted by an Mrs. Patsy Welch directed the
archway covered in greenery with wedding: Ms. Lisa Morgan 1 s -M
blue and white silk flowers and white photographed the wedding,and Mrs. I ,
doves. A fifteen-candle arch stood Linda Sullivan made the beautiful I
behind the archway, with a blue and wedding cake. _
white silk arrangement of flowers in Mrs. Inez Faulk and Mrs. Vonciel 4i ii iiI
'r L front of the candle arch. Blue and Futch directed the reception and ; II
white silk flower arrangements greeted the guests at the door. Miss
w.-.. were used on each side of the archway Sarah Faulk served at the gift table.
and a seven-candle arch on Miss Amy Griffis kept the guest
each side. The unity candle and the book. I Pi
prayer bench stood in front of the ar The bride's table was covered witha I

chway. blue underlay cloth with white
Nuptial music was presented by lace. The three-tiered cake was
Miss Stephanie Wheeler, pianist, decorated in white and blue, with w .
and Bobby Epps and Mrs. Suzanne two doves in the center of the cake 1
f(' Strickland, soloists. and a bride and groom on top of the
!s Kevin Scheetz attended his cake, flanked by two silver candle ...
brother as best man. Ushers were holders with blue candles. Mrs.
Rev. Andy Crews, Steve Futch and Hazel John, Mrs. Anita Griffis and ::
Glenn Addison Mrs. Sandy Hall cut the cake. i
Mrs. Laura Addison served as The punch table was covered witha
''iF :: 1F' matron of honor. Misses Pam La- lace cloth over blue and held a

Joie, Polly Griffis and Vicki Lajoie crystal punch bowl at one end encircled ...
were bridesmaids. They were at- with white daisies and a Mr.and Mrs.Donald E.Scheetz,Jr.
tired alike in floor length royal blue eight-branch candelabra with blue .. ,
F'.1 taffeta gowns with contrasting satin and white daisies entwined with the .;.
ribbon sash with a flower trim.They blue candles, on the other end. I
each wore a necklace presented to Presiding at the punch bowl were
them by the bride.They carried bou- Misses Deborah Gray, Debbie The Social Sii
quets of mixed blue roses with white Jones, Ginger Jones and Wendy I
lace with blue and white '
angel Hall
\ afraid of a little ole' tonsilectomywith streamers. The groom's table was covered I

Santa standing by?... Angie Crews, niece of the groom, with a white lace cloth over blue and Gladys booty Of JIL. / 'i. { "
fISociety ;J .
was flower girl, and John Durden, was centered with a groom's cake
When Santa Claus heard that three and one-half year old Leigh Johns nephew of the bride, was ring- decorated as a white and blue j Editor .;
was going to be number 11,000 short stay (one-day) surgery patient at bearer. guitar. The cake was flanked by : ,:,
Alachua' General Hospital In Gainesville,he decided to pay a special visit. The wedding bouquets and cor- crystal candle holders with blue News?, :
sages were prepared by the bride's tapers. Cutting and serving the cake 964-7608 :
When Leigh went to the hospital on Monday, Dec. 24, with her parents, mother. were Mrs. Peggy Crews and Mrs. -- .- .
Shan and Phillip Johns of Starke, Santa surprised her with a "Care Bear"to Given in marriage by her father, Cheri Crews.
be with her when Dr. Perry Foote removed her tonsils the day after the bride wore a ivory organza gown Following a wedding trip to EP-
Christmas. Leigh and Santa enjoyed checking each other's heart (Santa with a Princess Ann neckline and COT, Disney World and Tampa, the
has a big one!) with the stethoscope. Leigh is also the great- bishop sleeves, trimmed in re- couple is residing in Pine Forest
granddaughter of former Florida Governor Charley:. Johns, also of embroidered alencon lace and Apartments. Get In the Met!
.Starke. pearls. The empire line skirt had The bride and groom are both
crystal pleating with lace and graduates of Bradford High School.
Alachua General Hospital began performing one-day surgery in 1977, flowers into a full chapel length She graduated in 1984 .and is
the first hospital in Gainesville to offer the service. Leigh, who went to train. She wore a white pearl employed at Western Steer AllVolunteers
Alachua General bright and early Wednesday morning Dec. 26, for her necklace and earrings given to her Steakhouse.The groom graduated in Calling
tonsilectomy, was expected to go home that same day shortly after noon. by her cousin,Mrs.Donna Simmons. 1981 and is employed by the State of ,
Her Camelot headpiece, trimmed in Florida. u r c

w To Help Stage

I B-U Retired Teachers Have Insurance Program ExplainedThe '. t'J Biggest Ever

will be in Lake
Next meeting
Bradford-Union Retired now being made available to Teachers, who spoke briefly. He Butler Jan. 17.
'f Teachers', Association-met ThursIlidlsytnwssriag retirees under the group plan inwhich..acUve read a poem, "The Facts of Life",
employees ..already 4wbicb.was humorous and appropriate
'IoDec. 2Ot r1i4be>>>r (
ford County School Administration participate.' He answered many to the age group being ad STARKECHURCH
Building. questions. Contact him at his officeif dressed.In OF GOD

Michael Reddish School from Board the finance Brad- President more information Muriel is needed.Norman In-> Mamie a very Jo interesting Douglas entertained manner,Mrs.the 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 Help Raise Funds for SFCC Starke Center
County explained the benefits troduced Charles Gadd, new DistrictIV group by telling the story of "The Walter F. Montt. Pastor
and department rates for the health insurance Director of the Florida Retired Best Little Christmas PageantEver" We invite you to worship with us. Meet Monday Jan. 7. 11 :30 A.M.
Barbara Robinson. This
story, in print and shown on a television Sunday School . 10 a.m. 1 Western Steer Steak HouseTo

program, tells how five , 11 I
Morning Wonhlp a.m.
I Fashion Show Jan. 8 Ag. Bldg. "roughneck" children in one family Evening StRict 6 p.m. I Help in this Community-wide Event

affected the whole neighborhood. Wednesday Youth ,. .,. 7:30 p.ny| :
When all five showed up to take partin
The Bradford/Union Home If designed'for someone else, the Christmas program at the
Economics Office of the Cooperative disigner must:: be with model. church, things began to happen.
Extension Service is sponsoring a This is a great opportunity to show Many changes occurred as a resultof
local fashion show. Winners will be off our local talent to the rest of the the program.
eligible to participate in the state. We have some impressive Beautiful Christmas decorations
statewide contest which will be held seamstresses, so please take advan- including a music box, were placedaround 7
during the Florida State Fair, in tage of the contest. the room by Mrs. Mona ap dGRAND <<
February of 1985. The local contest will be held Tues- .Canovai her t1ee. It
The contest consists of seven day, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m. This will take L eq
divisons with six categories in each place at the Agriculture Building in
division, except Designers. Starke. All local residents are in- e
vited to participate.
Divisions; Contestants must pre-register for

Youth... the local fashion show by Friday:,
Dec. 28. The statewide contest will
at Heart 8-12 as
Young years
be held in Tampa on Feb. 16. OPENING
1,1985. Garments must have been made
Timely Teens 13-17 as of I
years by the contestant since Jan. 1, 1984. .4-I j
Jan. 1985.
For details and registration in-
more Hartford
Adult... The
Bradford Extension
formation, call County -
Adults 18-39 as
Office at 964-6280 Ext. 284. In loves mature
Jan. I, 1985.
Union County, call 496-2321.
Fashionable Adults 40-59 years as
drivers. Weguarantee
of Jan. 1,1985.Elegant Monday, Jan. .7th-13th
Seniors 60 and older as of Junior Woman's Club it.
Jan. 1, 1985.
ProfessionalOne who is, or has Meeting Jan. 14 10:00 AM O 8:00 PM
been actively engaged in earning If you're a driver age .
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employed to teach sewing. meet Monday night, Jan. 14, at 7:30: can guarantee that Sunday 1:00 PM 6:00 PM
DesignersAny person wishing to p.m. at the clubhouse. your auto insurance
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PII eM TELEGRAPH January 03,1985'

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To Present ProgramAt
ill- ., : ';; Brittany Johns
r* ': ,. : ',:.;.: 5th Annlv., Reception Stark Woman's Club

1 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns of Tonight, 7.' p.m.
' Starke announce the birth of
a Arts and
Mrs. H.M. Connelly,
\ daughter, Brittany Lora, born Dec. The 50th wedding anniversary Crafts chairman of the Woman's

29 in Alachua General Hospital. Shejoins reception for. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Club of Starke. wishes to remind all

ia sister, Parecia Leigh, age Slade scheduled for tonight, Thurs- members to ring handmade ar,

31i.Maternal day, Jan. 3, at the Starke Woman's ticles to the Jan. 9 meeting, held at -
grandparents are Mr. Club, has been clarified to read the clubhouse, beginning at noon.
Mrs. Curtis
.6 of "calling hours will be between the A special feature of this program
.Theressa and
great grandmothersare hours of 7-9 instead of 7 will be color analysis coordinationby
p.m. a
:::; p.m.
t. Mrs. E.C. Dukes and Mrs. Guy
v '" :' C. Edwards of Starke. as previously stated. Mrs. J.R. Reddish, featuringMrs.
.J : v'A } In- Roberts model..This
, All friends and relatives are George : as
. ;'. '.)' and Paternal grandparents are Mr. vited to attend.Mothodlst. demonstration of the use of proper
Mrs. Jerome Johns and
great '' will be
colors for each skin tone
grandparents are Sen. and Mrs.
Norman valuable to all club members. Door
Charley E. Johns of Starke and
Scott Roberts Honor prizes of additional color analyseswill
i great grandmother is Mrs. John
be awarded.
1 Marcus Howard, Sr. of Lake Butler. College StudentsThe in
Cynthia Lynn Norman, Assisting Mrs. Connelly prepar-
1I 1 nS1Wa First United Methodist ing for the luncheon meeting are
I W C. Scott Roberts Church honored their college Mrs. F.E. Ahrha t". Mrs. A.J. Barry, '
Brady Plan April 27 WeddingMr. ,students with a reception Sunday Mrs. M. Bellizi, Mrs. A.K. Carlisle,
M I morning following the worship ser Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Mrs. G.J.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Brady, Jr.
'. of Starke announce the birth of and Mrs. C. Glenn Norman of vice. McGriff} Mrs. R.A. Piombino) Mrs.
Lawtey announce the engagementand Student and service men par- A.L. Roberson,and Mrs. A. Sander-
..' daughter, Melissa Jeanette, born
in Student Recognization .
approaching marriage of their ticipated son.Recent
,1'I" Dec. 22 in Alachua General Hospital,
'"" Gainesville. daughter, Cynthia Lynn, to C. Scott Sunday by leading the choir,playingthe

Maternal grandparents are N.D. Roberts, son 6f Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. organ and piano, reading the Bride
Roberts of Starke. scripture and ushering. .
Thomas the late Mrs. Edna
Itev Menus/to*ssMeMepgl.l; Thomas of Starke. The engaged couple are both Guest speaker for the morningwas Honored with Shower

.. graduates of Bradford High School. Dr. Bernard McFadden, director -

First to arrive in '85.... and Paternal Mrs. Tommy grandparents A. Brady are, Sr..Mr.of She graduated in 1981 and attendsthe of the Starke Center of Santa Fe Miss Sharon Griffis, whose mar-

Kenneth and Joyce Conners with their newborn baby, Nickolas Luke White Springs. University of North Florida andis Community College. Dr. McFadden riage to Donald (Chip) Scheetz was

Conner, the first baby born in Alachua and Bradford County in 198(). employed part time at Western spoke on the crisis in our education solemnized Nov. 24, was honored

Steer Steakhouse. system and the positive aspects of 'with two bridal showers recently.

Mr. Roberts graduated from BHS education. Mrs. Scheetz was given a

Kenneth and Joyce Conners Jonathon Edward Davis in 1979 and University of Florida in Everyone was Invited to miscellaneous shower Nov. 8 at the
1984. He is employed by George Fellowship Hall where punch and home of Mrs. Anita Griffis by Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Robert Davisof Roberts Insurance Agency. cookies were served. Campus Anita Griffis, Mrs. Inez Faulk and

Parents of First Baby Born in County Starke announce the birth of a The wedding is planned for April Ministry Chairman Laurie Mullins Mrs. Margie Bryant.A .

son, Jonathon Edward, born Dec 22 27 in Heilbronn Baptist Church.All was in charge of the arrangements. lingerie shower was given Nov.

in Alachua General Hospital. He friends and relatives are In- 20 by Miss Sarah Faulk and Mrs.
: Kenneth and Joyce Conners of Starke are the proud parents of a son, joins a brother, Robert, age 6 years vited to attend. Patsy Welch at the home of the lat-

Nickolas Luke, born at 1:45: a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1, in Alachua General and a sister, Renee, age 3 years old. Senior Citizens

f Hospital.Maternal. Maternal grandparents are Mr. Activities ter.Ms.. Lisa Morgan captured, on
grandmother is Mrs. Minou Wainwright of Starke. and Mrs. Ossie Wynn. Paternal Did You Know........... camara, these memorable momentsfor

II Kenneth Conners, a pay clerk with the National Guard, was at work grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. The first meeting of the Senior the brIde.Klwanl. .
( with his wife in St. Augustine when she felt the first pangs of labor about Oscar Davis, all of Starke Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eaves, III and Citizens Club for the new year will
The couple drove back to Starke before nervously makingthe Mrs. Godwin attended the
noon Monday. Henry be held Tuesday, Jan. 8, at the Pratt
trip to Gainesville later the same day. Theresa Boyce-Lt. Jennings Street Center. The monthly auction
arrived at Alachua General about 7 p.m where blond, Prayer Breakfast
The Conners Cooksey, Jr. wedding in Mandarin wUl be held at this time. All seniorsare
blue-eyed Joyce gave birth to Nickolas approximately six hours later. Saturday evening at the Church of invited to come by at this time Wednesday, Jan. 16

Our Saviour and enjoy this club activity.

New members are invited to join if The annual Kiwanis Prayer -

OFFICE SHOP at least 55 years of age. Breakfast will be held Wednesday,

About 40 members and guests attended Jan. 16. from 7 to 8 a.m. in theFellowship
110 W. Call Street Starke 964-5764 the Christmas party Hall of First United

e r1IP. meeting, and enjoyed a delicious Methodist Church. .
dinner with the club providing the Tickets for $2.50 can be obtained

meat and beverage, and members from George. Roberts Insurance,

bringing all the other "fixings". any Kiwaman, or by calling the

.j Free Delivery We hope you all enjoyed Chamber office.

Christmas and wish you a healthy,

Credit Terms happy, and prosperous New Year.
I Mable Sanders has been a patientin Did You Know......,...

an out-of-state hospital, and Hazel
to Own
I Richards has been in Shands Mrs. Viola Anderson gave a post-

Hospital in Gainesville.Lillian Allen Christmas dinner Sunday at her

I S Copiers Furniture, has returned home from Shads, home on Old Lawtey Road. Guests

Office Machines and Mildred Dwyer is also home were: Miss Paula Anderson Mr.

I from the hospital.We and Mrs. Vanis Rosier, Mr:and Mrs.

I had three new prospective Eugene Anderson and family and

members at the Christmas dinner, Gene Gowans of Starke; Mr. and
Sirco Bookcases and several mothers have called and Mrs. Danny Anderson and family of

i Attractive* and sturdy bookcases constructed asked for information about, joining. ,Lake..Butler; Mrs. Chel'L Norman

\ .y '.-itromaM Jpnlsrt.iSfllnlKi, density eotcn solid and.core"'w.iesllent partlcleboard. ry.,"rr.yrrrhr arts. b welcomes members from_; .and ettncf.Ocala and Mr.,and..Mrs.oMairta .
1- r TJnlls are 33*wide,.]2"deep tt of Bradford County and wev Norman! and son oTOrJando.

Reg'$9900 hope to increase our membership in

IDE iihelf<.BCII-30-high MOW'.. the New Year.Margaret Mrs. Blanche Otto of Seminolewas
Ann Hoist, vice president. guest last week of her sister,

1 Rog.I'32.oo Mrs L.A. Canova. Mrs. Canova also
; lh.lt42 high
(DE<.BC3I NOW 99"nag had as visitor, her grandnephewBruce
ff; Papermate ituoo Did You Know...;....... Miller of Houston,Texas, who

Accupoint PenStainless 4h.if-81'high was also visiting other relatives
L tan BC4S) lOW 138"Dennlson Mrs. A. J. Eaves.III, Ms. Eoline while here.
steel rolling ball point writes a smooth,
t fine line Green, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams,
Credenza / Mrs. Charles C.Johns, and Ms. Kris- Stephanie Sanderson of

of-63t-0t.1, also:: (DN1.633-0R:: : Rog 1'428/d. ty Johns attended the Joyce Gainesville spent several days last
drawers Fliadr.w.s.ccommodat.lellero'egallile.' ( ....
515, mm ONt sJS-Of 1'Mm' .or mom Farabee-W. A. Killinger Jr. wed-
Center has binder behind ( ) week with her grandparents, Mr.
depth storage sliding doors .. I
26090Acco 8.d Black, ,,8 mmD mmD>>lI./I370l I.fJ38'Ol)) lOW 111 110II 10!* ... ding at Spring Glen Methodist and Mrs. S.G. Denmark. Miss Sue

(DE a-mesp): Reg (33300 NOW Ir' Reinforcement Church in Jacksonville Friday after- Morris of Beverly, Ky. was also holi-
noon. A reception followed at the day guest of the Denmarks.

Flexlduct >. I., H'.H.+ Rings Florida Yacht Club.
Multi-outlet : ....";o. Self.adhaelveReDalrarelnforce ,Jimmy Andrews of Tulsa, Okla.
n .
;: /t i,..M' punched pages 200/box. and Mrs. Patrick McKay and son of
tt w' Mr. and Mrs. John Miller spent
Strip \ row
Mo. their
R>0 "11"' Independence, are visiting
1/4'hole week with their son-in-
Diskette Grounded for safety.circuit breaker .f I ? Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Levon An-
y. l 1 While 108-5 43 tow Nr 87e.. law and Airman and Mrs. parents,
I has push button reelS AMP ,1 \ daughter,
/ > drews this week.
Mailer capacity 125 voile 1875 walls,6 ft cordX'sV.,' ... 3l18'hole Reg.$' ", Kevin Tillman and son, John Ryan, ,
Specially designed to hold 1.3.5114' Beige' "4 outlet !'y'- Clear, /DAB.GIOB)mm B9iRectangular in Goodyear, Ariz.
/DK4.4MOIS.9GEI. \ Alescia Odom and Kerry DeWitt of
diskettes.Shock absorbent Construction Black, 4 outlet \ ""
( for Neutral illReg. 31.OK4.4MOIS.91C t' New Port the
malllnp prey. { ) Reg S29 M DOW '" Richy are spending
,l .S5 95 y Ms. Maxine Hall of Fort Worth
; with their
Beige eutlet t andNancy holidays grandparents,
1.0imod and Susan
/DK4.8MOIS.9GE/ Texas, daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown.
A Black, .S outletDMIMOISBK
Yq 4 Hall of Gainesville were
(0$850453) NAW NW ( ) Reg.I2B.IIS" 21" T41 Rubbermaid ,
Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Greene and

WastebasketPlastic Mrs. Mac Baldwin.Mr. son,Curtis,Link Chancy, Kay Allen,

wastebasket is easy to' Jimmy Muse and Phillip Crews
...... clean' ,won't mar floors or and Mrs. A.G. Loudon spent spent last Wednesday to Friday at
Cardinal furniture Molded of last week
In color' will Thursday to Wednesday
their farm in Wacissa.Mr. .
gAt+g not scratch or fade. their son-in-law and daughter
Slant-D 3-Ring Binders with ,
ore, M.318"> 10 1M"*15"H
MOM up to 29%more paper than_nllanll! q t460 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Barnhart. in and Mrs. Eplfanio Romero of
Under Heavy(pug vtnyl cover '
Hartwell Ga.
BlackDxenueio. Okeechobee Christmas week
I BlMk,'Capacity WL2nr3b hoists 54. Pilot 358 spent
Shw Capacity fDt*W44Isumi NOW ( I lOW with their son-in-law and daughter
*cwoiy ioitnm ".e site Razor Point Pen Miss Cheryl Godwin spent Dec. 13 Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy.

eta rapwln 'OUO'.I.. n5 Ngr 84. Extra line hard plastic point writes' smoothly and evenly Dec.. SO with her brother Mjr. and
, ,
MM sl.r s'Ca.NDtBIMg e'cp.W 10'.1 HMMfe4Ca0MHy glue, (ONZSW.WJPI'-9E) peg.*V.**"". Mrs. J.B. Godwin, Jr. and family in Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Welch and Mr.
.. *1(.. /ON2.SW.WJP.9K. > TidT ..... t'm Wertheim and was skiingin
(Dlt-ttS3t) a ..153. Brown (ONISl nep-BNI | torn ,Germany, and Mrs. Mike Scanlan and son of
W 0.C oeMtty rot*'W'' NO
"' Had 0.ON2SW.WJPI'GN IDH1.SWgPP.RD)) Nor 931814!. ; the Alps in Austria. Madison spent Saturday to Tuesday i

,; Associated 'rata t1. with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jackson I
Mrs. M.J. Sanderson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch. '
Data Processing / hl .
/ket' n 's and Mrs. S.G. Denmark visited Mrs.

Binders J.E. Thomas, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Meng and
/ 20 pt.pmaaboefd duntfrta in Crescent
Thomas Jr. and family
*Capacity prale' ,for unbwat form to/box Box children of St. Petersburg spent the
1 wNIWWwNIW, Only.' City last Wednesday.
e arptr.IV long weekend with their parents,
I U IOL..Nllali_,.. (1.1.11 D164MIU,. apu2oder E.L. Matthews and family in Starke
had the
/0l -AuItte4IDIMNm1w NOW "' ,.! <' Acco Mrs. Earl B. Searing and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and
last weekend who
Rug $320015. following family at Hampton Lake.
/ Diskette Trays were here to attend her brother,
pLI Murr2ini" NaA'fi d ,
Ragwave.' v3 I 1 Organize protect up to eo.11-114"diskette*.Ha*built.,In Warren Perkins, funeral on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and I
u_'I'.0'/1' a5 iD I'vI" carrying handle and'helnclo_Gray baae with amok top her son, Burge Searing and family granddaughter, Beth Francis spent
Ngr Ge/... Mt. Ga. Mr.. and Mrs.
/OLO."ILHI 1 from Stone ; I
Dec. 22Dec. 29 with Chase Hardy in
....ON 0db. VytHiUe* Reg.SMOoMeUok Beg I7e16 -.
.. Jacksonville Mr. and
Laew.wo irr I (DIi2-- OOte) MM el) (OSM02 fn Me| Jil Ed Carter ; Phoenix, Ariz. Joining the family
/OIA-.f) ..28t! 26 and Mrs.
I % 'u Bankers Box Mrs. Avon Trask, Mr. were Mr. and Mrs.Frank Hardy anq

LL0t:::::,r.r: hp w 1$.. Aar28A/ Liberty Sorter George Trask, Mr. and Mrs. Pete daughter of Seattle, Wash.
Kantor and Mr. and Mrs. Jack

Forms sheets,brochures or any type Cleghorn from Lakeland: Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis and
Art Speciality of letter size literature Is conveniently organUed Mrs. Trammel Dicks. Jack Bar-
f for easy access.Woodgraln' steel shelving with sons spent Dec. 22-24 visiting his
Fluorescent Tubes matching flberboard partitions.Letter sue wick, Misses Marjorie and Myrtle mother, Mrs., Ernest Francis, in
with Compartment/Ise.w. and Mrs.
compartments Kirby, Mrs. Mattie Lane
Assoclated Tenn.
size la
Mildred from City.
Pads 301/2W/ 42H U-1iB-D Epling Ewe n md.Cl hlglpI 59M Friends will be happy to hear that
.wNw,p .q.MNapa4 /IDE-1909! Rig 178 M MOW Recent weekend guests of Mrs. Bruner local
Larry announcer on
1*R W*. W watt ,
sac ar s12r.n
)1( am.ronurq 't arNm CMm.. Cool MwN. Joan Chitty and daughters, Sandra WPXE radio station was able to
wwws.i0i0gnri. o N.9ll.s63 (DR F/SIICW) Rpw50Nq 2" and Karen, were: Tony Nead of come home Sunday ahcr; being con

InN wigs.n e4' .. 0e1111ph1 NCO.vOgGcl Beach John Woody of
,Oi It01., far P/OroD, floG,WOO I NA.3 Daytona ; fined in Tallahassee Memorial
w'ir.mn00IMPS wr 7I.r 71t A"-- Hollywood; and Sue Meadows of Hospital for a week following a heart
Tampa. Joining them on Christmas attack suffered Sunday, Dec. 23,
included out-of-tlnvn guests Candice while enroute home from visiting his
r Whltlowe and Randy Chitty of parents in Vernon, Fla.
Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy

; OFFICE Bankers'SHDP Tenly of Gainesville; and Rev. and Sandra ChItty' was a guest of

u \ Box Storage Boxes Mrs.Hugh Walters of Lake City. t George William Nead and son,Tony,

and family, in Tampa, during the
Eaay, Fast,economical way to store Inactive
business, record* Corrugated' fiberboard Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington New Year holiday week.
110 W.Call st. 1 end dust proof cover 10-1/4* H a 24' L. and daughters of Ormond Beach,

Faber Castell l. 964-5764 LNter-"' OE.i'NfNA JIReg egwpe.e Bill Harrington of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamiltonand

Unlball Pen ---.. 3iZtegalWW Nor sit Douglas Seymour of Miami and Hal son, Jim, of Winder, Ga. were
Storku.; Fla.- tv11 11_4-.m Seymour of Gainesville were visiting old neighborhood friends
brew wlt.,1Imgse.n, ball Writes at rora-m MReg '
Smooth point
angle..makes writing. )oarbone. 450$1301/dt, any } '. .SrW/ea.: IM 0 M Y.eN. Christmas Eve dinner guests of Mr. here last Friday afternoon enroute
TTeav pMONI and Mrs.J.D. Seymour. Douglas remained home from pending the holidayswith
_Nle.1 (lH/UItI1 I VII," r--- with his parents for the Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton,
(lH/HIIro.11 rv.. week. and family in ampa.C .


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January 83, 1t85 TELEGRAPH Psie7A
Walscel L. Hines Jr.

Lawtey News ... .e .. . .. ./e..a. ." e Decorated with_Medal

spent Monday night and Tuesday and Tiffany, of Apple Creek.,Ohio, Staff Walscel
Sgt. L. Hines
with his Christmas holidays with his Jr:", Leonard
spent ,
by Elizabeth parents, and Mrs. Ion of Coram Allan of Starke has
Terry r
I. Truman Norman. brother-in-law and sister and their .c.
phone 782-3300 been decorated with the .
Army .
\ Jeffrey McClellan of Starke spent Dad John Steele and while there Achievement Medal in A
Personals... Saturday night and Sunday with his they visited Mrs. Catherine Steele in Germany. Kitzingen. ,w,

grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Mc- Whispering Pines Nursing Home in 'Schlofman .
Terry Futch and his uncle Van Clellan and cousin Starke. A 1977 graduate of Bradford High .
Futch School Hines is
brought Miss an Infantrymanwith
Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Griffis of Mrs. Wilma Wainwright spent the .
Terry home the 3rd Infantry Division.
on Saturday afternoon Optometristand
Seale, Ala. visited brotherinlawand Christmas holidays in Jacksonville
after she The Achievement Medal is awarded
spent Monday until Satur with -
sister her son-in-law and
Mrs. Madeline Prevatt daughter,
day with the to soldiers for accomplishment,
family. and family, over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr.'s Mrs. Earl Prevatt ate Christmas Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and meritorious service or acts of :

- Christmas eve supper guests were dinner with her son-in-law and Jay of Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. T.L. courage. Dr. Kevin 'A

Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette, Jr., Ann daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Casey and family of Starke Mr. and
and David of Macclenny, Mr. and Brice. Mrs1. Johnny Hobbs and Christopher, Airman Karen Hart
Mrs. Gordon Bradford of Rogers, Mrs. Lois Carter and Mr. and Mrs. also of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Seebe McAuliffe
Ark. and a foreign exchange student Charles Carter and family were Andrews and Randy of Wildwood 'Graduates AF Course

Daniel of Sweden. Christmas dinner guests of Mr: and i and Miss Debbie Andrews ef I
We are happy to learn that Mrs. Mrs. George Shuford and John. Gainesville Mrs. Gayle Tudor Brad Airman Karen E. Hart, daughterof Eye'Physlclan and SurgeonAre

Oscar Carter was able to return Mrs. John Tye, Sr. spent and Scott of Orange Park Mr. and Henry W. Hart of Florahome and
home on Christmas eve from River- Christmas weekend with her son-in- Mrs. Jimmy Moore and Susan' of Hazel E.Perry of Keystone Heights
side Hospital, Jacksonville. She is law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Chuck has graduated from the US Air proud to announce the opening

feeling much better. Our prayersare Tommy Talley and family of I Moore Bob Ryan and William of Force missile electronic equipmentcourse of their
with her. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Tye'and '' Cooper City, Mrs. Renee Thompson at Chanute Air Force Base, new eye care

Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr. family of Starke joined them for :< Kevin and Brian of Jacksonville 111. A 1933 graduate of Keystone US301: South.,.. -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore Trisha Heights High School Airman Hart is ,
Williams of Jacksonville on Tony Collins and Richard Waller Adam and Richard were Christmas scheduled to serve with the 379th 't Next to Norman's Market

Christmas Day. of Jacksonville visited their parents,' dinner guests of Mrs. Fred Moore. Munitions Maintenance Squadron at Phone ((904)) 964.8076
Paul McClellan of Brunswick, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves on Sun-' Shell and Wit Suber and friends Wurtsmlth Air Force Base, Mich. 7
spent the Christmas holidays with day afternoon.C.A. Marshall Ramsey and Camkey During the course students were

his grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Mc Tye of Kansas City, Mo. call- Haile, Columbia, S.C., attended the taught operation maintenance and I Monday Saturday
Clellan and returned home on Sunday ed Mrs. Mildred Tye Sunday Dec. football game in Jacksonville Friday correction of malfunctions on OtnceHours_: By Appointment
Dec. 30. 39, to wish her a Happy New Year. night and came by Saturday missile launch and test equipment.
Reggie Norman of Gulf Hammock Mr. and Mrs. Duane Steele, Missie morning to visit Shell and Wit's They also earned credits toward an
grandmother, Mrs. Rossie Rosier, associate degree through the Com-
before returning to Columbia S.C munity College of the Air Force.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited ,. I 111.1
I Hampton Hilitesby their aunt Mrs. Coral Titus, of -
Hawthorne, on Monday Dec. 24.
Mrs. Robert Lee spent Friday and g
Dolores Meng grandchildren from far and near en- in
Saturday Baptist Hospital,
phone 468-1915 joyed the festivities at their home. Jacksonville getting her wrist set. s
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng had a ,
We are happy to know she is home. STORE HOURS:
Paramedics visit... Christmas Eve gathering for the Our prayers are with her.

Junior Girl Scout Troop 31 ap- children and grandchildren in- Ms. Wendy Smith of Atlanta, Ga. Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30: Fri 9:30-6:00
preciate the efforts of paramedicsDan cluding a visit from Santa. Gerald spent Christmas week with her I.

Cuddington and Steve Taylor of who is living in Truckee Calif was parents Col. and Mrs. William 101 E. CALL ST., STARKE
the Bradford County Rescue Unit in unable to be home. Wilson. She returned home Sunday II
attending their December 31 Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Broome visited Dec. 30.Col. (FORMERLY STAN'S BOOTERY)

meeting.The her mother Mrs. J.C. Hicks; in and Mrs. William Wilson call

meeting was held at the homeof Jacksonville Christmas Day. ed their son-in-law and daughters

troop leader Debbie Broome. The New residents... Maj. and Mrs. John Bloom and fami- I Semi-Annual Shoe ClearanceSAVE I

girls attending were shown basic ly of Yokato Japan and Col. and _
first aid procedures. These included Welcome is extended to John and Mrs. James Dougherty and familyin

bandaging stopping bleeding and Debbie Weimer who moved recently Denver, Colorado.
Heimlich maneuver demonstrationsin from Maryland to the Hampton Savings of
assisting choking victims. Lake area. Their children are Church activities... AN ADDITIONAL

Melissa Jerry, Cindy Ronnie and First Baptist Church observed '. 30% to 50%

Holiday visitors... John. Jr. We hope they enjoy livingin their wedding anniversaries and birthday 20 % Off (Additional 20"%

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sackett have as the sunny South I party at the church Sunday

house guests for two months their Dec. birthdays... night Dec. 30. The wedding anniver- ON ALREADY REDUCED Taken at Register)
nieces Roberta Fontes and Fernanda saries were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nor-
Fontes of Brazil. They arrived in Dec. 16, Angela Mitchell; Dec. 19, man and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nor- FALL SALE SHOES What A Way to Save and

Miami two weeks ago where Mr.and Jason McCullough and Sidney Dell; man. Birthdays were Charles and Start the New YearOFFICE
(Ladies and Children's Sale Shoes )
Mrs. Sackett met them. We hope Dec. 22, Donald Smith; Dec. 23, Regina Dalton. Our special guest Only
they enjoy their stay here. Romeo Parado; Dec. 21, Sean was Miss Martha Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Powell and Smith; Dec. 25, Audrey Ford; Dec.
Lucille Powell of Wichita Kansas 26, Cassandra Fisher,Joyce Collins;
visited Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan duringthe Dec. 28, Angela Ford and Randy --'- -

holidays. Parado.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng hosted Hampton School
several family reunions during the
Christmas and New Years holidays.All .
family members including School resumes Jan.
''CWT.t. .' . ... . 'E Children will be expected back in PRODUCTS i THE
school Jan. 8 two weeks
St. Edward's News vacation.on following OFFICE '
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Altar Society Party Monday,Jan. 7 is a teacher's plan-
ning naw.tAnsE Art Specialty
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held their annual Christmas party Parents are encouraged to attend aalx..n.. Desk Lamp
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meeting'scheduled for Thursday, hIII .net. "/ b.awl'
welcomed some fifty guests atten- Jan. 10, at the school. ,..-........
ding. Students Host ProgramOn re Nr/an Rglaaw S7"
The refreshment and registrationtables Tuesday night, Dec. 18, Associated

were covered with holiday students from all grades presented a Correction F Blc h ,,r/
cloths and held arrangements of delightful Christmas program in the Fluids '' Roller Pen

decorated Christmas trees, poinsettia school cafetorium. WHIM. .owrMHon llurtH fur typingtrof ', MNrlgr bllrmnrl Houghton
DholocoplM' and ballpoint wW peal blawwn q as saw
plants and a variety of holiday Mrs. Carole Stevenson music instructor ,lwlwqrNl.rwowYra. nu k. Iroulncr.rlRarwwN Mlfllln
tables held _(Mtnwwnl q M Blq r.1,1 TREE wIA mwcrmrwn
decorations. The dining directed the children in a Raw Lw a.cwl.a. t College
yule log candle holders with in- medly of Christmas songs. ,...., rww rwl pE.Y caw raw roS.w p nlleaR 11
dividual favors of miniature angels I/Ir*" ni*'**w Ir Isle/R4//l In aw 12 1YY! ,-. Dictionary
Kindergartners joined first and second FIIiIIi''a, H._.W / ""mr.b/l/< w teal RYnl En V u/wgr win nlll rllrYmaaa.w .
and reindeer. | Mjjr| ? F .
graders in singing: "Must Be IS' w 18' w w 89 alma MCwagw.
The surprise visit of Santa Claus Santa", "Up on the Housetop", Rubbormald's % nexlwlr Rp u/b can 1ZIrq ofn

was a highlight of the evening. He "Away in a Manger", "Jingle Bells" ,t; Cleatmat". Chair MatslWI
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distributed candy canes to those who and "We Wish You A Merry National Office lWI grip carpeting, medium lo
greeted him. Then Santa gave the Christmas". FurnitureGuest n"nRao..m a..ncnwm...t.......*lene creep,.rolling.. Ywam.MIhmnw ""oco

table decorations to these lucky The third fourth and fifth graders Chair e..wY-"" "" : ..... 4Q.trt"
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prize winners: Josephine Gumber, sang these familiar tunes: "Jingle h' arylIac back arxl MB! Seal turn M Folder Labels Ielnla/-. \ ..... an 5141 Art
Bill Oeschger Rick Kimutis Vicki ., / Avery File ... Speciality
Bells Medly", "Nothin' for B. wlMwaalhtl.l b'I 6052
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Zacek Sophie Kimutis Bob Brown Christmas", "Frosty theSnowman" / WI.dilk',.nrwaraarl! .aRlx ..U.rW Desk
Myrtle Jones Johnny Brier, Lena "Rudolph", "It's Begin .125u un.. ror.r+ro .... /an esaes 5311 Lamp
Dazinski and An- rorrns ron rRep :;::row lalGNIw.rwala 1ILN
Daugherty Betty ning to Look a Lot Like Christmas", Ii Law rorarnw.mew wair. wawr.n. Rwwa tie W IwaelwwlGara.llrl,

toinette Stefanelli. and "We Wish You A Merry.Christmas" .
-- te.4al real
Taped music was provided by i mua'e"w14e RqnwwM"r
Joyce and Allen Kent of Orange The program ended with displayof Tiffany +

Park. Ruth Meng and Sallye Scog- candlelight by fourth graders National, Of tic.RimHura TypewriterStand.
for were in charge of arrangements when they joined the sixth and Executive Chair
the covered dish dinner and par seventh grade students in singing Comfortable chaw trial aduei| *up.... "'. y;.m..
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ty. "Do You Hear What I Hear? andat Brown w Christmas Eve Reception "White Christmas", "Silent Night", Beat ait*o*17112, ** .)'!' ::L--.. :.:=: "w Expense Book
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Church a
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tion was hosted for parishioners and Some 150 persons appreciated the ,...mll0w ese 52g' /sways Rp Ma ela3. Afilni-outM, ;, .hum.itto-that.r.aalaaMGlrugmal ..-. Y?... lfO
friends by St. Edward's Altar Socie- efforts of Mrs. Stevenson in trainingand ,- -
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ty in the parish hall. directing this inspiring pro- ::M::..- MOf-.UQ IUOO M 42"Auoclated
Guests were greeted by the pastor gram.Following. fly _
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f The refreshment table was refreshments of fruit punch cookies' Hanging Folders

;": covered with a white linen cloth. and cakes were served by the PTA.< ..:.MC*...MOW).:W f BankftrsBoxStorDrawer
Fruit punch and holiday egg nog Santa Visits Children A.8OClated -----"':".-
I were served along with sandwiches Children were treated delightful FII.Folders Tito ,
cookies cakes and holiday snacks. Christmas parties by their teacherson ago__.:.1._N._aragl.w St awnrr/ww.... tr:SlM.I/Y r rprow w Executive Desk Modular narfaet umti wwa11 ea'lw war7mni Mofaga

Mary Gissy and Muriel Gilhooly Friday Dec. 21. Individual .I-w ur- ..rorrao/M...,.,." .....ml1:1':" I"t.r.w" :"" .'II... a./awr w/awr w wr i a'r$ wT1 wlx D.ML.wr .. padaatai wM.le'.,0*I.....IM_nwa _KMIMgn.M-long jnwrtoching :
were in charge of arrangements for classes were treated to Christmas alaaa w .... ra."I. Iygwla wa: wi.t oat drawer to a wgM YEY aerw IwwtllN..10 a1JM 11 ..-
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I goodies gifts. r., malt: w saw lS lTrai.r:: .N.raw ./. wIt! I.IwaN'10 mero ii .
RENEW Team Meets The surprise visit of Santa Claus to M..."'. w tlI I. =ttfX ;
On Saturday, Dec. 15, a meeting of the children was a highlight of the
the St. Augustine Diocesan RENEW parties. Everyone appreciated his

Core Teams was held at the Holy visit with nice gifts and good wishes. .
Faith Catholic Church in. A+ su1la.IlLles..searl ee

Gainesville.Mrs. Lunch Menus \
Margaret McCully Diocesan Alxwp IDL

Coordinator, conducted the meeting Bradford County Middle School ,,",h; ?;', w; .;M1e Letter Opener Business Card File // HirMoxl1NvOf.wl.wMMU Desk Trays
which consisted of Evaluation of the and all elementary schools b r.. NMn dKM nlr a.w, Nc Iabwlla.arora.b.aM RM"a InR/b ,M.y
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RENEW Program. Father James MOIId.". ......17: No School Teecherm Planning IR,1 rlao es.910 ,ila'K, IMrawla;Wae pa..e'IrlgM.r r-
O'Neal a former St. Edward's Day.Tvesday. nNl wNrnRpw... aw lbw wo. Rp lb.w r La IIRq.aaM. wnna w.Ne nawllw.
parishioner, and now pastor of St. ,Jan.Mi Sloppy Joe on bun,french fries
peaches. ,cookie, milk.
Francis Xavier Church in Live Oak, Wednesday. Jan. at: Salisbury steak mashed
led the prayers. potatoes* gravy green beans,lruit-tpped cake, : .. :ibn 25. Deep
Attending the meeting from St.Edward' biscuit, milk. Tree'Delivery -- File Cabinet
Father n.... .. It: Beef-VegeUble soup, cheese N_wrs..__awww.ww.awa.., Mllwwanw.r w..a/
were the pastor, toast, cage slaw brownie, milk. _____---or- .
Joseph Finlay William Marchese, Friday Jan. II: Spaghetti w/meal sauce, cheese Credit Terms
Allen and Elois Jones. Muriel sax garden salad. apple crisp hot rolls, milk. __,_t_C 4*= a.IYlww 17"

Gilhooly, Antoinette Coss, Cheryl Bradford County High School, Rent to Own ==-= ....._IDIP'

Dolores Mollerup Meng.Judy, Spell Francis_ and Monday, .....tT: No School Teachers Planning Copiers, Furniture .=.....=ar--12.111qh sss ... .a.t34-

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corn fruit-lopped cake, milk.Tharsdsy Sheet Protectors CRT Station
of Dr. ,flan It; Fried chicken, rice gravy, .
Karen Chitty was a guest ..---Iwarweaa ehMro -- -- nremalFhrmawMalemaM.o e
green beans fruit cup biscuits, milk. -.......- ---.....-...--
and Mrs. Ronald Woody and son, "rid."......III Beef-A-noni.cheesy' stta,cabbage ::-== ALL BOOKKEEPING AuodafM .=... .
John, in Hollywood last Wednesday slaw, fruit crisp hot rolls, milk. .
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and family in Gainesville. Each day students. have a choice of a hot lurch or ,.. I
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Starke ,Elementary. School NewsOn IF AS Launches' Backyard Canker ID Program ,

I'' to four doll We r *, ...
Thursday, Dec. 13 at 9 a.m.and PTA for: sponsoring rs. appreciate the Christmas our 3rd Grade trip!..: The Institute" of Food and' Citrus canker poses no health the purchase and condition" of their'
7:30 p.m., the Starke Elementary Sciences (IFAS) at the threat to backyard citrus trees, Tefertiller
Chorus will their annual Store. The third graders had a very ex, Agricultural humans pets or other
Christmas Program present In the BHS This fund, raising /reject will citing and educational day on their, University of Florida has announceda plants and does not affect the taste 'explained. will be Implementedregion
Auditorium. benefit'our students. Many thanksgo trip to Gainesville Friday Dec. 8. statewide effort to identify'and ..or wholesomeness of citrus fruit. It The program In affected counties
If child is a member the SES to the following parents who They went to the Devil's Millhop- locate some 55,000 young citrus trees does, however, weaken and cause a by region the state. It is scheduled
your worked in our store: Mrs. Walker per and the children got to walk which may have been exposed to general decline in young and mature throughout In-
Chorus they need to bring an eight Jan. 6 In Palm Beach
HUdebrand Mrs. Wheeler andMrs citrus canker and now be infected citrus trees. Because the begin
inch white candle. In keeping with Mrs. down in the sink hold. A ranger may St. Lucie and Martin
dian ,
in yards and gardens of individual disease bacteria Is
the holiday spiritperents are askedto Crawford. 'spoke to the children about how sink c planted causing easily counties. .
bring a poinsettia to the holes are formed. citizens in 38 Florida coun- transmitted on twigs, leaves, fruit prescribed than
auditorium a decoration.Attach Lunch was eaten at Westside Park ties."The gardening tools and clothing,canker infected exposed trees be
as a 'Mrs. Tetstone's class: canker or
urban canker
and they went to the Florida survey can easily be spread beyond a
the In
on plant and they removed and destroyed a specific
be pick after the The following students have learn- Museum for the afternoon.At and identification program is a vital treeowner backyard.
formance.up evening per ed their multiplication facts through the Museum the children walk- part of the overall effort to rid "We are asking citizens manner.Residents within the area In ques-
Starke Elementary Students HonoredAt 81 with speed: Charles Hutcheson ed'through a cave viewed Indian ar-, Florida of citrus canker," says Dr. throughout the state to assist us in tion who call the special toll free
Awards Assembly Cathy Jackson Elissa Holl- tifacts and explored the many I K.R. Tefertiller, vice president for erradicating citrus canker by help canker hotline number will be askeda
Starke Elementary students were ingsworth, Kim' Lane and Blake'' drawers of fossils shells and animal Agricultural Affairs at UF. ing locate trees which haVe been exposed series of -
recognized at awards 'Thomas. These children will be parts. Tefertiller who heads IFAS to canker. Starting Jan. 6, guestionsS'Local ! 3 in the assembly school visiting Mrs. Tetstone over the They all reported having a great statewide added that the IFAS 1985 we will begin a regton by region citizens who want more in-
Monday cafeteria. ,holidays for a cookout as a reward. dayl / \ canker program is a cooperative' project in which we will be asking In- formation on citrus canker should
with the Florida Departmentof dividuals who have contact the IFAS county extension
Outstanding 'students of the six The other students are busily tryingto project purchased a
weeks included Michelle ,memorize the basic facts, too. Agriculture and Consumer Ser citrus tree in the past 16 months to office in their counties for a copy of
: Osteen Congratulations, boys and girls!; I vices Division of Plant Industry call a special toll free canker hotline the IFAS fact sheet entitled"Citrus
kindergarten LaMonte first
; Troy (DPI_, !number and answer questions about Canker and Dooryard Plantings".
grade; Cassandra Jarvis, second .
grade; Candice Norman third .
trade; Julie Starling; fourth grade; ,
Elliott, fifth grade.
Most Improved Students were Carrie
Crawford Drew Wainwright,
Tarus Williams Bucky Jordon,
kindergarten; Carrie Sapp Jason
Bennett, Rlckael Williams, Mark U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE
Whittemore, first grade; Angela "
Couey David Wheeler LeAnn Boneless '.
Carlton, second grade; Wendy .
Thornton, James Carter. Candy
Jackson Ronnie Reagan; third a Bottom
grade; Wally Black Reba Hooper
Levi Williams,'fourth grade; Paul $ Z715
Moody Keisha Bass, Chris Sova,
Katina Blake, fifth grade; Valerie Round
Tostanoski, Glenda Richerson,
Jackie Edmond, special education;
Tally Chandler. Ericka Cleveland, .
physical education; Candy Jackson,
Sidney Hall, SID class; Robert
Banks, Judy Hankerson, Temika Roast ,," L SAVE $1.30
Berry Chapter I; and Wally Black, ,
speech. PERLBSwiss
Straight A students include: Emily
Hartley, Crystal Scheyder Jason
Thompson, Teresa Underhill.
Nakisha Williams, Michelle Osteen

Purvis, Greg Moss, Andrea Jenkins

Gregory kindergarten.Hendrieth Keisha Christine Austin FLORIDA PREMIUM GRADE GROCERY

Newsome Tina Cowart Joshua 5 LB AVG. PKG.
Bublitz, Jessica Atwood, Kim Fresh Miss
Register Terri Lynn Vogt Annice Fryer
Williams, Teri Laney Kenneth .
Wainwright, Renee Clemons; first Hot Cocoa
grade; April Gaskins, Cassandra
Jarvis,Jason Clemons,Linda Dixon or W7 REGULAR, MINI MARSHMALLOW OR't1TEThighs
Stacey Crawford, Robert Bassett, 9
Donald Hardy Erin Stansell,LeAnn
Carlton, Alena Cason Julie Walker; F
second grade; Estella Denton,Kelly SAVE 50 99
Thornton, Wendy Thornton, Dana Drumsticks PER LB LB
Newsome, Candice Norman COliNT
Jonathon Smith Stephanie Sellers.
Stephen Barber, Amy Parrish Jim
Spears; third grade. Timothy US.DATOPCHOICE SAVE 70- 190Z
Barber Tara Dixon Ryan Reddish PERLSLB
Julie Starling Melanie Hinds FLORIDA PREMIUM GRADE BONELESS EYE Pantry PrIde SattinesDUON . . .59 '

Timothy Manning, Joshua Hauger Fryer Wings u.69 WHOLE
Justin Brown Jimmy Parado, AVQ.PKQ Round $ 69
Calvin Walker, Robin Register USDA TOP CHOICE BNLS.K.C.STEAKS OR 2 French's Mustard . IOZ .89
fourth grade; Deana Holiday,Bren- Eye Round'''Steaks spa! Ls2.99 Roast i> .
Kevin Woodard, Alena Cross, ApriJTaylor. Bacori' 8V THE ..iW ..... ,_ J...,, Ragu Spaghetti Sauce i.C9,; "ii;
Patricia Marlin Tasha Slab . PIECE LB.9 9' u.s. GOVT. INSPECTED ., 7' >U: fl.a..'<,* -;\'a
Powell, Kim Lane Michelle Boat- CUMBERLAND GAP SMOKED OR GRAIN FED SAVE:30 PER LB MOl'shSausage

wright Rocio Reagan, Cathy . . .al .99 Dinty Moore Beef Stew 1.59Libby's
Jackson, Elissa HoTlingsworth, FRYING
Shannon Elliott, Beau Ely, Andrea Chicken Gizzards .s&S u.69 Qucier: $169
Hewett and Pamela Patterson. CENTER \
Honor Roll students were: Troy I
LaMonte, Ahmad Hudson, Sherod Smoked Ham . . u>1.89 Pork Loin I
Jefferson Richard Walker James us DA TOP CHOtCCBoneless! Vienna SAVE 18- U
Watkins Rachael Jenkins Jamie Rump Roast. .2.79 '
Gotts, Jermaine Ford, Javon CUnn- SAVE 40- PER LB
ingham, Temika Berry Rebeckah Sa-dwlchSteaks. Sausage
=1.79 Great
Gann Lisa Johns Christy PauJk.Karri .

Michael Schamel Pusateri, Carrie Kesha WUkes meng, USDA Chuck TOP CHOICE Steaks CUBED ,ffBK u2.69 Ground 9 9 $ '
Lisa Thomas, Louis Mann, Jimmy __ BEEF PATT1E MIX 5 5OZ 1
Buchanan first grade. &OVER LB
Brian Sutton Katina Hampton CAN
Sarah Groves Tina Meng, Sean PERSONAL SIZE

Davis, Charlotte Griffin Christy OrySoaP . . . BAR* .99
Jones Ronald,Jacob Watts Brown Alicia Shelley Luther Rogers, Brian, MARKET STYLE 3 LBS & OVER ::

Johns Angela Bedwell, Erin June. Boy Sweet Relish 99
I . .
I Brewer Karla Harper, Kenny
, Crawford Pergina Tyson,Jeff Chit- SId DOUBLE STUF -
ty Nicky McNelley,Shane Reddish, $ 39 Nabisco Oreo. oz2.O9
',I second grade. :a>

Latonya Cowart,Toni!DeSue,Toika 140 COUNT
Strong Fauna Jeff Evans,
Yott Northern Napkins . 79
Jeremy Hildebrand Jennifer .
Shadd Chamil Spooner, Tamara "
Ellerson, Dorothy!! Craven, Bacon Sweet'N Low
Pate ELf
Johns, Lasherio Ford, Smita
third grade. LB

Antiqua Williams Tracy Rhodes .. Sugar Substitute
Lori Mosley, Natashie Cohens, Amy .,..
King, Angela T. Barber, Stacy L. I
I Bryan, Stephen Murphy Keary
,j Griffin;Jason Woods, fourth grade. 'IN STORE f /. ... :
I Christa Modesitt Sherl Brown, DAIRY/DELI ;
Emily Nugent Sherri mann, Anita THE DEUfflAKERY STORES ONLY --.1 0> .
Black, Angela Hewett Brandy For- AMERICAN HERITAGE 1 COUNT I'
r syth, Pam Test on, Evan Douglas, "
Slices. .79
HALF POUND Single Wrap .
Mark Harden, Todd Hutcheson La- i
I mont Mosley,Tim Norman,Andrew STORE SLICED AXELflOO ALL VARIETIESCottage ,
Bute Glen Burch ,Timothy = Cheese to. >>oz1.89 BAKERY I
Kirkland, Susie Lewell James All Meat 7 9 BREAKSTONE

' Roberts, Shaun ,Jenkins Hollie Keisha Cream . . oz .59 PANTRY PRIDEFrench
Bass, Tammy Nichols Mobley Chris, Sapp Ann, Bologna 32OZ Bread . . 2 LoS?1.09
I Kimberly Sova
Roberts Marie McKinney, Sonya Kraft Velveeta . .. I 3.69 FAMOUS AAA KAISER OR

Norman, Darlene Chandler, Angela LEAN Onion Rolls . . . PACK .99

I. Clemons Andre Hall,Kelly Hatcher, Boiled Ham . . .P ro"u 1.39 HALF SAVE GAL SO CTN.
Daryl Risby, Tabitha Rowe, Doug PANTRY PRIDEs
Snyder fifth grade. TANGY STORE TROPICANA 100% PURE *; SAVE
fifth Provolone . POUND 1.69 GOLD N- PURE tfOB JR f
On Dec. 5, Mrs. Tetstone's v6' Size i .
grade class read the play version of OUR FAMOUS Orange mKyJuice > King A

Stone Soup" by Fan Kissen. They BakedSliced Beans . POUND .99 I
1 ,are learning to identify plots and WTTH TWO VEGETABLES i A ROLL JKi :, s White Bread

! develop As a follow-up expression.activity our class used Pork Chop Dinner e REAMD 1.99 '

\ the same soup ingredients from OR SPINACH SAVE 301&OZ- .
" the pfc/) :..write our own soup recipe Egg Roll . '. . EACH I. .59 Oscar 3$1"19'PIlZA '
. for 31 people. Our recipe read like EXTRA LARGE 20OZ
this:two bags of carrots,two poundsof I Mayer LOAVES '
Sub Bolls 4 1.00 '
stew beef one pack of celery two to. to to FOR
'. cans of corn one jar stewed MADE FRESH DAILY Franks '$179
tomatoes two bags of potatoes one Ring Glazed.Donuts DOZEN 1.79 '
can of green beans one can of but- LAYER CAKEGerman, MEAT OR BEEF

iltA terbeans,and three onions. Chocolate. Mcn3.79 .
i f', We enjoyed soup and crackers as an SUNNYUHDMEATOUEEP Free ChinaInformation' ..

afternoon snack on Dec.7,WewouldflI Sliced Bologna .. 1.69
like to thank all the parents that 1&OZLOAF POWER PAKLykes 1' ,
41 donated the soup ingredients. oj"
f1 Our class enjoyed decorating'the FRESH BAKED Franks. . ., 'taoz .69
Oiristmass' tree on Dec 11.Our room OSCAR MAYER OR LOWS NCH HOUND OR SQUARE
is looking a lot like Christmas. ItalianBread 69 Variety Pack ucz2.O9 WE WILL NO L NGER' ,
Thanks go to the, parents for the ; t. ISSUE BONUS CERTIFICATES. \
Our Christmas Store was open Dec. Meats . .5 1.99 REDEEMABLE THRU JAN. 19, 1965. '
I 10 -14 in Room SB. Students were ,

given the opportunity to visit .the ,
store every day. Gifts were set up STARKE 430 WEST MADISON STREET '
and students were shown the selections
ranging In pl'bosfrom, SO cents

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: Superintendent Planned Smooth Transition at Retirement,

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from page 1A) counties benefit from the formula gram, and the local school system' At the same time the state has Fewer Graduating... might not be scholastically competent
Mastered Junior'high arithmetic flpd legislators from those counties time $20,000 but who might be good bee
loses 915,000 one' weakened laws on discipline and at- Just half of the original 300-plus a
Casey points out. won't even talk about it,says Casey another, because it isn't running a tendance.No which started out in the Class of 1984 Or, what about a Spanishstunt
who has been to Tallahassee program the way the DOE thinks it just learning to speak
from Bradford ,
graduated High
He Fought Trend... numerous times to confront should. DOE Leadership... English'
Taking local control away from legislators with the problems of Casey points out that 29 of Florida's commissioner of educa- Casey Some ooints went the ,vo-tcch school /Some way must be found for
county school boards and the state- small, rural counties.Information Florida's school superintendents are tion, Ralph Turlington, has never and tnlshcri students to take courses in which
required paperwork trail are the new this year-, a sign many' spent a day In a classroom as. "We took care of some that way, they can succeed, Casey reiterated.
basic reasons Supt.Casey decided to Battle... superintendents are'giving up the' teacher or administrator, Casey but not all."
step down after 37V4 years in educa- Accountability- in Casey'sdefinition battle. Local control Is eroded and points out. The vo-tech center is hurting for
tion."I "..sending paperwork to nobody wanU to keep fighting the students because of state laws that
used up all the energy I could the state Department of Educationin accountability trend the state is imposing The state education system misses require job placement for half or
find schools which educators such heads former educators
Tuesday morning Tallahassee to on as
caser.said justify your ex more of the students in a given classin
Jan. 1. leisurely talk with istence" is a major reason for the know is not the way.. to do things. Tom Bailey and Floyd Christian the field in which the take the
The Telegraph reporter in his then disenchantment.So who knew the problems and class. '
quiet office.. much of an educator's energy Precarious Position... understood when a school problemwas
Casey has fought hard against a today is spent gathering informationto School administrators are in a presented to them. Now a student must have 4?,
cost-of-living Index formula in which the state DOE, a chagrined most precarious position in today's Now the state seems intent on mastered at the 7th grade level math
Bradford students receive less veteran points out. school sytemresponsible for what gathering information and wants to and language arts to even enroll in a I
dollars than students in Alachua and "You never do anything right happens in their school but with push a button in Tallahassee and tell vo-tech bee keeping class, Casey ,.
Clay Counties. "It's unfair," Casey Casey points out. A DOE representative lessened authority to control local schools what is actually happening points out. :
says, but, a political! fact. Large comes down, criticizes a pro students. Casey states. That eliminates a student who ,
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Fresh Florida


' Duncan in Jan. 8...

Newly elected Bradford school
1 i r1.d superintendent Jim Duncan will
take office officially Jan. 8.
No formal swearing-in ceremonyis
planned at this time, but, that
won't affect Supt. Duncan's authority -
to act. Next meeting of the school
board Is a Jan. 14 work session.

Casey Accomplishments...
c What has Supt. Casey accomplished -
.1 over the 16 years in which he has
( ) PINT been superintendent?
Casey points out Bradford
students are about on a state level

2 PINTS FOR . $1,69GROCERY academically, and are slightly bet-
ter than Duval County. At the same
time, Bradford County contains a
greater than average portion of
FRESH FLORIDA V WASHINGTON EX-FANCY students of low to average ability.
GOLDEN GRAIN 4 RED OR GOLDEN Since 1965, every community in
GreenCabbage the county has a new school and new

Mlawroni Macaroni Yr4 T DeliciousApples equipment.Under Supt. Casey, the school

Cheddar building program has reached a
money figure of some $8.5 million.
& Cheese At today's replacement value the
schools would be worth around $20

PER 696'; million.

SAVE 19' 3/$1 POUND PER Casey's Plan for BUS...
POUND At BHS next semester Casey
7.25OZONE P" wants to work on plugging students
into courses at their individual abili-
GALLON FRESH ty level.
White Water. 211 ".u The veteran educator, who could
Springs . '
handle any administrative job in the
STRAWBERRY county,plans to listen to the students
Smuckers Preserves &1.59 t 2 I IINST 39 and teachers, and to implement a
I part of the new state, regulationswhich
Eo ,Jf,V. **'* JS....IVir...,... + Cad JL 4 LB BAG. set up course levels to meet
.Jack t S'"It.- ; individual needs.
Hungry .
He plans to work hard to place
100 COUNT i. FRESH kids in programs in which they can

Tetley Tea Bags . . 2.79Hunt's x JumboBroccoli be"We successful don't want to spoon feed

; them but they need somebody look-
896' ing out for them," Casey says of the
low and average students.
'' Case>,"s theme, voiced over the
+ years,is to make productive citizensof
Tomato Sauce I'ai! all students coming through the
FRESH 20OZ PKG. WESTmND'ANJDU POUND high school. That means enough
academic skills to read at a
I AssortedGreens
J EatingPears minimum level and the responsibility -

2$1J/ ooc 5 g to hold new down state a program job.A funds a

15OZ l TURNIP COLLARDS, teacher-guidance program in whicha
CAN KALE OR MUSTARD teacher would have half a day free
to work with up to 25 students on in-
dividual problems. Casey plans to
HUNKS O1 CHUNKS investigate this at BHS.
Jim Dandy Dog Food u 3.99 +
Long Career...
Casey began teaching in 1949 at
Ronl! .69
& Lawtey. He pays more in Social
28OZ FROZEN I 36 COUNT Security tax now than he earned at
Grapefruit Juice 480Z .89 SWANSON'S $ 99 II Alka that He first is married teaching to job.the former Barbara

Chix ....ft...... Seltzer $199 Moore of Lawtey.
SANDWICH Nibbles ::,'.-:; ... TABLEI'SI From 51-53 he left education and
Nabisco Oreo\-.t 900Z2.O9 worked as an office manager in the
12-OZ FROZEN 6.4OZ lumber business in Jacksonvile.
SWANSON'S Returning to education in 1954,
CastleberryChili nbomt Chicken $ 49 rP 7 Crest Casey was a civics and social studies
e Toothpaste $149 teacher at BHS. In 1954 he was named
llr6nry Dipsters REG.,MINT OR GEL assistant principal at BHS wherehe
A was guidance counselor
\'?. 4 12-OZ FROZEN disciplinarian, responsible for
hv iit ht WITH BEANS I MINUTE MAID ........ 24OZ scheduling, and ran the book room,
while at the same time he taught five
Apple 89 e $249 classes a day "...and never thought
s9 Juice Moutpe t anything about it."
From 59-61! Casey was principal at
,,. 1SOZ 5 LB FROZEN Southside Elementary, and from
CAN PANTRY PRIDE 61-64 was principal at BHS.
Cnnkle.Cut '$ 169Potatoes : He was first elected superinlvw
Advil $2I4cogg dent in 1965 and served until 1973
WINE & BEER =:' Tablets when defeated by the late Jim Temple -
by 55 votes. Temple resigned the
SECO BIANCO OR superintendency after two years an.
ROSSO BIANCO $ Pantry PrideVegetables 20-OZ BAG FROZEN 12 COUNT Richard Jockel was an appointed
PoloBrindisi 199 superintendent for two more years
$119 Actifed until the next election
JAPENESE.CAUF.STYLE, $149 Casey was re-elected in 1977 and
.750 ML
WINTER MIX Of) Tablets
ITALIAN STYLE has served continuously. His
day is Monday Jan. 7.
Casey's tenure matches that of the
Meister Brau late Supt. Harmon P. Morgan.No .
announcement has yet been
Beer made by Casey of his plans after this
.' '_ school ends.With his 37V4 years
'A' year
{ O" I( i.'J. i "PrkJ $168 '" '' '---'"- '" -- -'' time, Casey is in a position to retire
whenever he decides,to.
120Z CAN p I

Sealtest I I Coke, Diet Coke, Vacant Parcels

I .... ..,. Ice I I Tab, Mello Yello, I I'cantAaae.3A i. '
SAVE TIME AND MONEY ON QUALITY $uUOO7"'E4y auu urown purchasedthe
"S I I! I Sprite or Mr. Pibb I I:0. property from Robert Ayers at a

-. .::..1 filM DEVELOPING 1 I I 17z .. I IG cost of $48,000.G. .

_- = I K. Ely sold a parcel south of
a ..
Cream I 1 8 PACK 9 9.. I Normans Produce to Leonard
OUR REa PRICE 1 II 1 16OZBTLPLUSDEPOSTT I Schlofman with 150 feet on 301 at a
tPHOTOFl 1 I I price of $115,000. An office is currently
1 I 1 I under constuction on the site.
AMD WCK UP VOUH COLON I The sale of the old Hardy
____________________.J L.J' Brothers Milligan and salvage others at a cost of

_OOOO OMLY.l COUNTY DM W On*LOW cew KO0V1 n..mam", 155000.The site is held for potential
wn.a.roO.A1/M.oteor.Owwgo.mrUN UCA HMO
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i Big Offensive Line Should Be Strength for 1985 Football Team:


Strength of the IMS Tornado football The linemen are center Danny cond opinion. At this point Coach' wain, two experienced running I in 1985 will be Santa Fe, Fernandina
team shou4! be its veteran offensive Manning, guards Chris Doughertyand Hurse doubts Hamilton will ever'' backs, also return. Beach, West Nassau, Macclenny
line- of who Keith Gillingham, tackles Tom. play football again.In TI3L and
group players One of the main objectives in spring North Marion, Bishop Kenny
will all be seniors next fall and who my Parker and Greg Jackson, and practice will be to find a fullbackto Paxon. '
went through a difficult coming-of- tight end Mike Chappell. Parker also replace the graduated Barry War- It will be a tougher schedule than
age In the 7-4 1984 season. plays center. Big Ron Brown, who the Backfield... :he now defunct four tier classification -
That Is misleading however, says will be a junior next fall, started Look for the shotgun net!: fall witha ren.Help system where BHS was a large,
Head Tornado David Hurse. The offensive three games as a offensive tackle wide open offense that spreads out from the JV... Class AA school.
linemen, while experienced, before he was moved to defense last the defense. It is essential that the team The classification system is determined
are not phyical enough to compete year, can be used on offense Irving The shotgun is tailor-made for experienced receive some help from the 1984 by the number of students in
sucessfully In the new, tough 3A Meres is also a returning offensive quick and fast, Junior varsity. grades 10-12( Class A is 224-under,
classification the Tornadoes face tackle. quarterback-runningbaak Frank Nine JV players were brought Class AA is 223-485, Class AAA is
next season. Lonnie Hamilton, probably the Long, who can run apd pass. to the varsity at the end of the 1984 up 486-969, Class AAAA is 970-1,365( ,and
"The success of our offensive line best athlete returning next season, is Todd McLeod and Andy Jones,two season. They are: r +-nr Class AAAAA is 1,366-up.
will depend on how strong and quick very doubtful because of an injured experienced wide receivers, will Brian Barber, 185, center on the With about 725 students in grades
.they can become between now and 'knee. Hamilton's doctor says the return in '85, plus Jeffery McClellan, JV team who could play offensive V 9-12, BHS falls about in the middle of
next September," says Coach knee doesn't need surgery but Coach Bret Russell, and Wesley Johnson. guard or tackle. Class AAA.
.Hurmfl. Hurse wants_Hamilton to get a_ Clinton Jenkins and. Jess McS- Bill Harrell, 180, who could be I Ie Ip Ii
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Whitehead, Justin Williams, Gary ,
Mize, Johnny Clark, Greg Wiggins,
Andy Roach, and freshman John
Quhne. The other are all
sophomores.Other .
JV players with potentialwho
could help the varsity next year f
include sophomores Robbie McRae, r '
David Hamilton, David Williams,
Big Shoes to Fill...
and Hal Wood, and freshman Allan
Wood. Barry Warren's graduation will ,
There are always a few surprisesin leave a big spot to fill as the fullback
a junior team, with Coach Hurse goes on to other things.
looking forward to finding out whichof
the players will come through -Not as big as the 1984 eleven, I
There are also two or three poten- -Needs to gain strength and
tial players moving into the area, if quickness,a fact that was evident to
they actually arrive and stay. those who saw the Santa Fe game ,
this season. I
The Kicking Game... -The passing game should be very
M Battling head-to-head to succeed effective with the experiencedFrank
-4 John David Francis in punting, field Long. Hurse, plans for the
c\ P shotgun are to take advantage orLong's
goals and kickoffs will be quarter-
to throw and the
back Frank Long and up from the JV ability run
football. duties with John
David Hamilton, who played
tailback and wideout on the JV. David Francis this past season
Long ran for 237 yards and passedfor
Long came out one day this winter
and successfully converted 80 507.
percent Hurse to throw lot from
plans a
of his field goals from the 20
yard line Hamilton is termed a good the shotgun, letting the defense
guess whether Long will pass or run
prospect by Coach Hurse. the football. j

Observations... All Around Man...

Go Ahead Make My Day... Coach Hurse says the 1985 offen- New Schedule... John David Francis played
sive football team: In the new Class AAA quarterback, runningback and kick
Tackle Donnie Thornton, a lightweight at 260 pounds, lout lineman was highly regarded for his ability to stop -Will be experienced. aligmentBHS District 3 onnonents ing specialist for the 84 Tornadoes. )
_will be sorely missed at his spot in the line. The scanmost anybody who tried to come through his turf. It I

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I Head for GainesvilleHoping SPECIAL DA V. i


a holiday season win, Chandler, with 108 points following
the Tornado basketball team will the Hawthorne game. Next man is
head for Gainesville Thursday, Herbie Cooper with 56 points SOMETHING TO REMEMBER1.t
Jan.3,for a turn at tournament play. Chandler has averaged 27 points .
Action begins in the Gainesville per game so far this year, with a ..
High School gym tonight (Thursday, school record of 39 set against
Jan.3) at 6 p m.when the Tornadoestake Hawthorne.
on Hernando County High Rebounding leader is, you guessedit
School from Brooksville in the first Darren Chandler, with a total of
game. 50 so far this year. Not far behind is Let us assist you with your. . .
"If we play the kind of ball we're Herbie Cooper with 45 and a game
capable of playing, I hope to win it average of 11.2.
all. But,we ve got to get by that first The best helping hands belong to
game," cautions Coach Mike Sex- John David Francis with 24 assists Invitations
ton.Consolation and a game average of six. Number .
game is set Friday two man is Robert Bellamy, with 16
night, Jan. 4, at 6 p.m. The cham. total assists and a game average of 1
pionship contest begins at 8 p.m. 4.0. \\S PK 1i
Following the BHS game on Overall, the BUS Tornadoes are 3 r' &**
Thursday, Gainesville High plays and. They have scored a total of 274 Napkins i
Santa Fe at 8 p.m. points for a game average of 68.5.
Going into the tournament with a Their opponents hive totaled up 238
winning season, BHS has a 3-1 for a game average of 59,5.
regular season record so far this Shooting from the field, BHS Brides Book 1 I
year. The Tornadoes only loss was averages 44 percent, making 123 of ; ;
to Macclenny team three weeks ago 280 attempts. From the charily line,
in the Baker High gym where it is its been 28 made out of 62 attempted
always tough to win. for 45 percent.
Totals for rebounds so far are 93
How They Stand... offensive and 98 defensive while 89 Garters 3
BHS scoring leader is Darren assists have been made.I w

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Expansion, renovation projects at Bradford Hospital will upgrade health care

By Mark Friedlln. BCT Staff Writer .: "7 ;: '1".1 '!7.I"c <"' 1""i!
Two big construction projects in Starke are moving along at a rapid pace, ,. .. ..1It(1(1( \ ."
with the promise of a big improvement in the quality of health care in the city (. :\\I.\,,(> f 1

and surrounding counties. '11'-_........... ,... ..,.. f
Two separate, yet related expansion projects are taking place at Bradford '1-: ', '... ,.
Hospital and at Whispering Pines Care Center. The project at WhisperingPines ?rl al p r .1"\
now in its second stage of progress with a new building and a refurbishing
job on the old building still in the works, is nearing completion and
was covered in an earlier article.At .
the hospital, the ground in the adjoining lot has been raised to the levelof
the present hospital building and a maze of drainage pipes and electrical
connections have been buried beneath the surface in preparation for the new

building.The .
new wing Is now scheduled to be completed in December, 1985.
Like the project at Whispering Pines, the construction at the hospital will
move along in two phases. The new building will be put up first, then the old
building will be completely refurbished to match the new one.
After working with the sounds of a construction !site next door during the
previous summer, Hospital administration members are confident that the
new projects will signal a new, higher level of professional health care for
area residents.
"These two projects will give residents in Bradford, Union and Clay Counties -
health care on par with some of the most modern facilities anywhere fora ;.t,
comparable size community," commented Bradford Hospital Head Ad-
ministrator C. E. "Rip" O'Steen. "We have no doubts that as the addition W v" yes '
goes up and the renovation of the old building is completed that we are enter 4.4 wy.. .
ing a new era of health care here. Now that the underground work has been
completed, the really exciting portion of the new project will begin soon as
workers begin putting up the actual frame of the building. It's going to be an
exciting time for the staff and the patients here at the hospital."
The new steel supported building will feature a brick veneer and liberal
placement of attractive greenery throughout the grounds and alongside
walkways to give the medical complex a modern appearance.
In addition to the improved aesthetics the new buildings will bring to the
area, the two new structures will also feature a variety of the latest energy
monitoring systems including a computor-directed environmental control
center which will direct the flow of energy where it is needed in the most efficient -
"The new system will constantly scan the building to see where electricity
.. is needed, and most importantly, where it is not required," explained
Hospital Project Clerk of the Works John Mallory. "The computor will then ;; ., xeaA
automatically turn off a piece of equipment, lights, heating or cooling
systems when they're not needed to save energy."
New technologies have made old building heating and cooling controls ob-
solete, Mallory explained."The .
old building was built in an era of cheap energy, and that really ."
makes a difference in the performance of the two systems when you com- -.
pare them on a cost by cost basis," Mallory said. "We estimate, and this has v' ..P Ce, l'w'110' ,
already been proven on other buildings, that the system will pay for itself A .fJ ,
within its first {wo years of operation" ,'Of" )/ ... _
Construction of the new hospital buildingJa having an impact herejn.SUrkeinmoreway .t IC ... "1'H'\ ) ,. ,
*thii'on j.M. >* -.-.. '.... WIN .j.ljd( t I., .. ..i't- <'
The first phase of the project hia includes the new building, has already i
created up to 35 new jobs for area residents,while the second phase which in-
cludes renovation of the old building, will be more complicated and should
involve even more jobs perhaps 50 jobs for people from the surroundingarea.

Administrator O'Steen and his staff will transfer their patients, their
records, files and many pieces of medical equipment into the new building
late this summer, when the first phase is scheduled for completion. O'Steen
reports no problems co-existing with the massive construction project goingon Big Plans...
right next door, and says his staff is looking forward to the move. Artist's conceptions of the new addition
Over 40,000 cubic yards of sand have been brought in to raise the level of and renovation at Bradford
the lot where the new building will be located, loaded in over 1,600 truckloads Hospital take form In the rendering
which have been coming into the site in a seemingly endless stream since the above at right and In a scale
project began. 2,000 yards of concrete have been poured and over 6,300 modeKbelow. right) as work proceeds
square yards of new grass have been planted throughout the area. steadily at the job site In
After O'Steen and his staff have completed their move to the new building, Starke.As .
normal operations will begin and the renovation project will proceed on the show In the drawing, the old
old building. building will be rennovated to match
The building will be completely redone to match the new building and will the new addition, which has been ?
also feature a complete set of new equipment in the rooms of the old buildingas projected to be completed InDeeember

well. 1985.
"We feel the ground trembling sometimes," Administrator O'Steen said.
"But that's exciting. It's the sound of progress toward a big improvement in
the quality of health care for area residents."
Gulf Contracting International has assumed primary responsibility for the
remainder of the work on the new building including structural frameworkand
the exterior concrete apron including sidewalks and loading docks.

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Community CalendarHave

an announcement?... Get It In to us by Mondays at 9 p.m. and Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30: p.m. Wildlife OfficerPasco
we can put It In the Calender. Local event, church gatherings, special.peak.r. Brownies m..t Monday at 3 p.m.
or n.w groups organizing will be Included on request W. must ask that you keep Girl Scouts meet Monday at 3 p.m.
Before she was killed, she put a
th.m as concise as possible. County Sheriff's Depart up
ment arrested two men Christmas fight in which she kicked one
EXPLORER SCOUTINGTROOP..lorming In Stark. Call 964-6911 for Information.
Day charging them with the murderof assailant and grazed him with a shot

Social Events KEYSTONI NIGHTOWLS... Night version of Homemaker Club meets second the wildlife officer who was killed from her service revolver.
Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptl.t Church In Keystone. Dec. 13 in Pinellas County. Arrested were Martin Grossman,
KEYSTONI HEIGHTS COMMUNITY CROUPS..AIcohollcs Anonymous and Alanon Margaret "Peggy" Park, 26, was 19 and Thayne Nathan Taylor, 17,

m..t Monday, 8 p.m. (closed meeting) and Friday. 8 p.m., open meeting, In STAXKE BOY SCOUT TROOP 70 ...meets from 7.8:30: p.m. each Tuesday In the gunned down at point-blank range both of New Port Richey, they murder.were
Educational Building Community Church, Keystone Heights. scout hut behind the tennis court. on Pratt Street In Starke.Churches.Clubs while on duty alone in a remote area charged with first-degree
of north Pinellas County. Park a two The arrest was made on the basis of
CANOYSTRIPERS..Metlng' to b. h.ld Monday. January 7. 1985, at 7 p.m. In the e.... and Organizations year veteran of the state Game and sworn statements made by an Infor-
Bradford Hospital Library. Fresh Water Fish Commission was mant who used to live with

EXERCISE CLASSES..Aeroblcs p.m., M, W & F and 6:00 p.m. T, W. 8 F ($25)); DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB..meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. at Stark. investigating reports of illegal night Grossman and his mother. The guns
Sllmnastles, 10:00: T*TH ($18)); and Str.tch a Flex, 8:30 a.m. MAW ($18)). Call BH Woman's Club. Bridge players are Invited to att.nd. hunting and burning in the area, officials used in the killing have been

C.nt.r for Information 964-4210. A WEIGHT WATCHERS CLUB... Is being held In Stark. on Monday night at 6:30: said. recovered.<<

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT from January 8 to March 5. First class p.m. Call Peggy Register 1-473-2730 for more Information.on .

nutrition exercise and lifestyle change I fr_.M..t In Bradford Hospital DinIng MELROSI TOPS... Th. weight reducing club meets each Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at I.I.Tra f Fatalities Total 20 I
Room 7 to 9 p.m. Call BH C.nt.r for Information: 9644210. the Ellam Baptist Church In Melrose. !? : :

STRESS MANAGEMENT CLASS..1-w..k class starts Thursday Jon. 17. M..t at LAKE BUTLER TOPS.;.Tak. Off Pounds Sensibly Club meets each Thursday evenIng -* The total traffic fatalities for the uons were issued oy the FHP.There
I the Bradford $25 at-the-door. Call BH New Year's holiday were much were no arrests for drunk drivingbut
Hospital library. pre-registratlon/$30 at 7:00: p.m. at UCHS lake Butler. For further Information call Linda Durham
Center for Information: 964-4210. at 496-3384. lower than the Florida Highway seven other traffic arrests were
Patrol's prediction of 33. made. Five written warnings and 14
OCALA ANNUAL ANTIQUI SHOW..CIty Auditorium NE Sanches Street Ocola. AEROBIC CLASSES... are being offered In Lake Butler on Monday and Wednesday For the long weekend there have correction notices of faulty equip-
January, 3ft 6. Friday A Saturday, 12 noon to 9 p.m.; Sunday. 12 noon to 9 p.m. afternoon at 5:30 p.m In Room 1368 at Union County\ High School. Call been 20 traffic deaths reported,most ment were issued. There were only
Rar. collection displays from dealers throughout the Eastern and Mid-Western 964-9078 for Information. occurring in Central and South two minor accidents, according: to
states, all offered to public for sale. Displays Included: sterling sliver, h.lrloom' '
JUDO CLASSES..:wilt be held and Florida. There were no traffic Sgt. Barber
(jewelry, art glass, cut glass, cloisonne, clocks, coins, dolls, furniture, orientals, Monday Thursday nights In Keystone Height Bradford Union Coun- Nearby a Waldo man was killed I
School fatalities In or
High cafeteria. Junior classes will be held from 6:30-7:30 p.m.; senior '
primitives, toy and many object of art. lost control
classes from 730830.: Call 473-3964. early Tuesday when he :
OY SCOUT TROOP'''...m..t.from 7:30 to 9 p.m. each Thursday at the Church ties.The FHP reports their enforce- of his car on a curve and was ejected
of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints chapel) at 1404 Besient Road In Storke. All AEROBIC CLASSES... are being: offered Monday and Wednesday at 9:30: a.m.. ment efforts were a "resounding from the vehicle. Allyson C. Lewis, I
boys from 11 to 18 are welcome. Coll 964-4980 for more Information. 4:30: and 7:30 p.m. And on Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 p.m. at the Keystone success. With no injuries and no 28, was southbound on CR-1479 near '
Heights Woman' Club. Call 473-3784 for further Information. medium to traf- Waldo "at a high rate of speed"
ANYONI INTERESTED IN JOINING CUB SCOUT PACK .,.....hould Contact Mary fatalities in a heavy
OVERSATSRS satisfied with our efforts when he failed to negotiate a curve
ANONYMOUS..meets each Thursday 11:30..m., at St. Mark' fie flow we are
Folsom 964-4993, or Donald Rowell, 964-8236. The Troop meets each Tuesday
from 3:30 to 3 p.m. on Bessent Road. The Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day Episcopal Church parish house; Tuesdays, 7:30: p.m. at Keystone Height Com' ," said Sgt. Winston Barber in the road. His car left the roadway, i\
munlty Church. For Information call 782.3931, or 473-2790. struck a ditch and some trees, ejecting
Saints. \
In Bradford County,- 6d citations Lewis from the car. He died at
SWIET ADILINIS.., This woman' barbershop music group meets each Monday Concerts were issued for speeding,six driven the scene, according to FHP.
at 7:30 p.m. at the United Church of Gainesville. Women Interested singing CONCERT PHONI NUMBERS... Jacksonville{ Coliseum and Civic Auditorium were arrested for driving under the State-wide nine of the deaths were
four part harmony ore Invited to visit. 1.633.2900; Florida Theatre 1-399-2787; Playground South 1-724-6900; Orlando I''' influence and 22 other traffic arrests alcohol: related the cause of four
Bob Carr Center 1-309-843-8111; Civic Center 1-309-345-9898; Lakeland Civic were made.There were four written deaths are unknown at this time and I
BARBEROATORS... This male each meet at 7:30
Tuesday : Center and Theatre 1-813-686-7126 Tallahassee Civic Center 1-TO4-487-1691; warnings and 46 correction noticesof
not alcohol related.
seven were
In the P.K. Yonge room, 1080 SW 11th St. Visitor welcome I \
p.m. Tampa's Theatre 1-813-223-8981, C rtl.. Hlxon Hall 1-813-223-8911 USF Sun' faulty equipment Issued. Only two Predictions: for fatalities are based I
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH... Meetings held each w..k In the Parish.House Dome 1-813-974-3111; St. Petersburg Bayfront Center 813-893-7231; minor accidents were worked by the on how many people were killed
Include: Daytona Beach: Peabody Auditorium 1-904-292-0821; Cocoa Beach Brassy's FHP. during previous, New Year's
Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. 1-303-784-9414. In Union County 78 speeding cita-: holidays.,


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Have Mardi, Gras Magic; Year Round .. .

and Cover and
GLORIOUS GUMBOYou 1 pound peeled, de- simmer seasonings.about 30 minutes.Add .. _.
veined raw shrimp fish shrimp and okra. Cover '... ::. .. ..,. 'o ::; :.:. ,:: '.: ',;)
1 package ((10 ounces) ,, :. :,' ; ..iill;,: ..'Ti. : ....w..;.., : .
can make the magic of the and cook 10 minutes longer, '
frozen sliced okra
Mardi Gras come alive any time 1-1/2 gumbo or until shrimp turn pink. Ad- Dr. Dennis Conhaugliton
of the year with the help of culinary teaspoons file just seasonings if necessary.Stir (Associated'with Dr. Harry Gruen) .
spirit of New Orleans.Americangrown 6 hot cooked rice in file. Do not boil once "! '
_ rice with Seafood cups file is added.Serve in shallow Now Announces .
Gumbo can capture the essence bowls and top with rice.

of Louisiana's Creole cooking Blend flour in oil in Dutch Makes 12 servings. EVENING DENTAL SERVICES "

oven or large pot (preferablycast Bouquet garni is a combina- .. "
SEAFOOD GUMBO iron). Cook, stirring con- tion of herbs such as marJo- Mardi Gras time in New Orleans 6-9 PM
SOUTHERN STYLE stantly, until flour turns a ram, sage, basil, thyme, rose- often means lots 'of Seafood Tuesday -, Thursday -
deep brown. Add onions, cel- mary,and oregano placed in a Gumbo with rice-a southern
flour 964-5152
1/4 cup 459 W. Call
and garlic; cheese-cloth bag or a tea bull.
ery, green pepper style treat you can make at
tablespoons ,
table oil vege- cook until tender. Stir in A prepared blend may also be home. -.,.."
broth,tomatoes,tomato paste purchased. ::
1-1/2 cups chopped on-

ions --- --rr-----
--- -
1 cup chopped celery rrrr-r.rrr- i i iM
1/2 medium green pep- A PfICE ( I llt) 11(1LL1YIXJUIi( >
per,chopped SAVE wl rh -i! : SAVE 70' 11

1 clove garlic, 1 IRDI:1HRU\aK,' SUPERBRAND:3'::
": i4w1ntra _
.. .
5 cups chicken broth AI -E"- .
1 can matoescrushed((28 ounces- )to- : C- !< ICE CREAM : .

1 can ((6 ounces)to- I
mato paste2teaspoons I 79ct

salt CnedGoods IIALF
:c GAL.T i
teaspoon bouquet __
garni Q COUPON GOOD JAN 3-9 1985 ) \ e
I Limit 1 with (10.00 or more purchn md. clgs }IyF fJ
1/4 groundred J" U'
teaspoon o .___________________- -_
1/4 teaspoon ground eEEF pEOP ..../'.;.' ',J% COMPLETE YOUR
black pepper ..., .. .1" NOTICE SETS TODAY

1 pound fish fillets, PRICES GOOD E SPICE 0' LIFE CORNING WARE tDp
cut in 1-1/2-inch THURS. WED., r V
pieces JAN. 3-9, 1985 B .
_ JANUARY 16, 1985" ....

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Far East can be as near as 7rhrirt9e

your kitchen when you dazzle your
guests with a full course Chinese zMa i iI
buffet You can learn in a new buf- I +
fet cookbook featuring 67 different THRIFTY MAID TOMATOES
theme party menus. Included also :r:: CORN or CUT HARVEST FRESH WD BRAND USDA CHOICE
are 270 recipes plus timetables to GREEN WESTERN(125 CTI BEEF BONELESS
make any dinner party a success. tIHl CHUCKROAST
The book, "Betty Crocker's Buf11III Uid BEANS RED DELICIOUS rI
fets," published by Random Houseis
subtitled "Menus Recipes and 11II1 APPLES
Planning Tips for Easy and Successful -
Home Entertaining," and 11IIII 1Tbriff0 '
available at book and department
jrteree for$13.95. 4 Af 8 JANSSoz. 9& $158

MENU(12 servings) _
S Shrimp Toast Limit 3 of your choice w/SlOOO LB. LB.
.Fried Wontons .
or more purchase excl cigs.I
.Plum Sauce
C Chicken with CashewsSweetandSour I

..Steamed Rice Beef 4 % 4E 7 % % \ OUANTITV RIGHTS
Oriental Fruit Bowl RESERVED
Tea -."{

TIMETABLE About 1 month before buffet: e COP I1.

'.Prepare Fried Wontons;freeze. nos Foou
1 week before: FLA Nears 1!

Prepare freeze. Sweet-and-Sour Beef; --- -- !! its Ban t _

.Prepare Plum Sauce;refrigerate. Chunk light w** _
1 day before:
Prepare Shrimp Toast; refrigerate. _
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s Prepare with Cashews.HotMustard; cover and Itoi.Garden CANS MEDIUM THRIFTY Sweet OR MAID LARGE Peas GARDEN FIBER
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Heat Fried Wontons and Shrimp *...CANS r
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dessert time: 8-M CANS THRIFTY MAID 'HEM Ih I ,Id loi CANS PRICE BREAKER Quick Grits 2 :9.99'V

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1 honeydew melon,cut '
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The GalnoBvillo Sun Is now accepting applications for .
morning route carriers. !

Applicants may apply at the Starke office, 408 South Auto Electric -o 0 0

Walnut Street, between 9 a.m. & 4 p.m. &

Applicants must have phone; be dependable; have : Radiator Service

economical transportation; and be able to post a I "Buffalo Wings" are a home favorite preparation method; this method
refundable cash deposit.For I 473.7557 because they are relatively lets you do the basic preparation
simple to prepare.Wings are cut ahead of time which is of interest
more Information contact BOB or PAT ASHLEY Hwy 21 & Cargo Way, Keystone Heights in two,crisply fried and then coated when entertaining.It .

collect at 378-1411, ext. 4909, between 9 a.m. and 3 Foreign & Domestic Alternators & Starters with an incredibly tasty buttery is the sauce which really
sauce. For those avoiding fried makes the dish And a "key ingre-
p.m. or at 472-3614 before 7 p.m. Monday Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-12 foods, there's an alternative no-fry dient" according to Buffalo Wing
_. .. "" .,.'.1 .:':n :; ,:,,;':. '.''', _:.,, ;,r.vl.i\:\ \'. i''I''' authorities is Durkee RedHot!
Sauce Durk ee \o.
uses cayenne ra.u er
than tabasco peppers, which im
parts a rich flavor and

I PRICED flfrlfcp** f 1l'1: l i 1 rPRI 111&i: : i 4 1 SAVE wlrN people avoids associate that extreme with heat"hot so sauce many"

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: risco i 1 plenty, because few people seem
: ( able to stop after eating just two or
: three wings!
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69 S I
auWRrIP._ ::::;:- $199 I BUFFALO CHICKEN
42'oi 3 IB II WINGS
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8 d ---------------- i1 .
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C, PRICES GOOD (for hotter wings, use

;4R1"la GRANDMA KNEW A THING OR THURS. WED., 3/4 cup (6 oz.)
i tt 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butteror
; tMg id fltri/tai/ JAN. 3-9, 1985 margarine, melted

<-r ; s In the "good" old days, Grand family's favorites green beans, Deep-Fry Split wings Method at each: joint and

L ma worked long and hard putting tomatoes, apple sauce, soups and discard tips; pat dry. Deep fry
i Maiti flu11lc at 400(high)for 12 minutes ort
up enough canned goods to carry more, You'll save money, too, OEgAL.r

her family through the winter because we've put extra-low FfYOU AM eg i>
Today, you can do the same thing prices on our wide selection of 1 TOP t

BEE l p?KA R in one fast, easy trip to WINN- canned-goods specials. So shop to-

DIXIE. During our Mid-winter day' and you'll find out Grandma viiUlB

:8it Canned Goods Sale you can isn't the only one who knows a QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS '

mr e stock up on so many of your thing or two about canned goods. ''' :cA: ''=,; .N..


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crispy. Drain. Combine hot
sauce and butter. Toss wingsin
>V. -r "V r i"! V sauce to coat completely)

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HAMS 'L .J. . . '.". baking dish. Combine hot
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HUGO HAM or $ 99 JUMBO $ 99 BEEF eral times. Bake wings, un
1 1 'i$799 covered at 325 for 30 minutes.

PIZZA ROAST LB FRANKS. LB PATTIES. 6 (At this point for later wings use.can) be refrigerated -


PORKNECKBONES. 38 <1: PORKROAST $1 39 FRIED $J 69 LINKWN'NSERVE $249 I marinade.wings on broiler Broil wings pan; reserve 3 to 4

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ORANGE $O99 3 $100 2 $100 deeper and richer to add distinction -
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CANS_ _ _ _ You must be careful when '
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Page 4B January 03.IMS

Billy Bostick needs your help in his fight for life r Look what's happening

" Little Billy Bostick a frail 13-year- "To begin with,we need$50,000 to amount,large or small,would lions,churches or groups that might (
, old boy who becomes exhausted get Billy evaluated," Mrs. Grove preciated by Billy and his family be interested in supporting their at .
from the slightest exertion, asked said. "Then we need an additional who are striving desperately to raise cause to help Billy raise enough
for a special present during this holiday $100,000 for Billy to be put on the enough money for the dual money for this life saving operation
season that most of us take for donor program. transplant operation.The For more information, you may ,
granted.Ufel l The$500,000 wilf cover the tedious Groves are also making a contact Billy's grandparents at_ Reduced Fares
He's just asking for the opportunity and complex operation, postoperative public appeal to any civic;organiza 4737133. .
to run and play like other boys his care and medication. j Fares Between All Greyhound Points
. age. Just asking for the opportunity Through word-of-mouth, !
to grow up and learn life's lessons. newspaper articles and fund raising in Florida Have Been Slashed
But without help Billy will not ex- campaigns in the South Florida INSULATIONSAVE
perience any of this. He will die. area,family and friends have raised
Billy suffers from a very rare con- $15,000 since November 17.Althoughthis '
genetUl heart disease called seems like a mer drop in the THA T EN ERG YHOMECOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL' Round Trip Discount
Eisenmengers Syndrome, which Is bucket in comparison to the vast
an endocardial! cushion defect, and amount needed Mrs.Grove and her \ '\: When You Purchase a Round Trip Ticket on Greyhound. You

disease pulmonary causes hypertension.severe hypertensionand This response.daughter are"overwhelmed"by the f ft1 .... Receive a 10% Reduction on the Return Portion of Your Trip.
promotes a deadly buildup of of "We've gotten letters, some with
blood pressure that continually only a quarter,a dime or a dollar in Call Today for Details:
damages Billy's already partially it from a child. One letter containeda ,
clogged lungs. $458 check that was sent from a .-; .- 1 238 E. Washington
The only possible cure and hope man who said he planned to go home .:1..: ..-- .. ..
for Billy to experience more of life is for Christmas, but after reading 964-6090 .
a double transplant-both heart and 'about Billy decided he would give up I .
lungs his trip home for Christmas and FRAME H OUSE EXTERIOR
Billy was born Oct. 7 1970 near send the money to Billy," Mrs. II HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE PSUL4THNFIBERGLAS ,? Express Rates Are Also Down
here in Shands teaching Hospital in Grove said. "So many people think BAfTS *" M ft' 'Qi'D: CONSTRUCTIONQUALITY'INSTALIATION
Gainesville. His heart defect was $1 won't help.But it will.Every little .
discovered early in December of the bit helps, no matter how small the \,
l".Qlt t
same year after he contracted donation. aJr \
pneumonia. The seventh grader attends SAVE Ol"/viKht ,1>
"The doctors then rave him only special classes for Handicapped ,>N HEATING .:.. .- I 964.6956 yoNCOOUNG.. GO i BfllEAnd I
five months to live, said Billy's children at Plantation Keys Elemen-
Grandmother, 'Mary Grove of tary. Although he only goes about DEAN CASSELS ,INSULATION leave the driving to us. :
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Keystone Heights.Mrs. three days a week Billy strives to STARKE !'! ( ax)I hwvlmis '
has with his work.Since he can't
Grove says the family exhausted keep up c:
their hope of getting finan- play baseball or ride bikes like the -
cial help from insurance for the other boys his age Billy spends a I I I' I I N I I I R I I I I I IIIIIII I II Intl ilq II II I' I I I I I I 1 1 I ,
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Billy lives with his mother puter studying his math and spelling "
Pamela Sundman,who is an artist in skills. I fl' .' I II : I ,
Islamorada. Billy's father is a One thing Billy is able to do is fish. ft. fI"r I .t"I III t "
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Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. According He loves it. Just recently he had the ( III' ,I' III II' i 11 II ,011 ,I
to Mrs. Grove, the father's opportunity to go spin casting with a .

health pis, has insurance refused to company pay any,benefits Cham- new Boston friend Red,Ted Sox Williams baseball the star famous, who N11 \\\\I\\ IIu uIIIIIIIIIUIIII 1 I I II hIIII IIII I II.II.V V 1 llllllllll i I llh,II I Iu i N l tI III I II>III IV I i ll la I I lil I llllllll I I I I I IIIIII I, ) II I IPIIII III IIII I(I,,1111111, Illy I V IIIIIII'I u I Il II ll IV lllli I III I II..1<,Ilhll l llllh i I,,!l lull I II\,\I ,IIi IIII 1 !Ilu'I II h III 111' 1 I 1 I
toward the operation because this has joined forces with Billy's familyto
type of is still in the "ex- help get a new heart and lungs.A .
perimental'surgery stage. fund has-been established in the Great for you if you are in the market for a
"The only hope is to raise the Keystone State Bank for Billy's ,
money from personal heart and lung transplant which will
contributions." Mrs. Grove savs. give him a chance at life. New Car
A half-million dollars is needed for Donations can be deposited therein or Truck.. .
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by Rep.Chance IrvineIn facility personnel Including telephone calls. Provides for special each, violation is a separate offense. relating to child restraint requirements relating to controlled substances
operator, employees, and listings in telephone directories for IIJR 5 A joint resolution proinganamendment amending 316.613 FS. amending s 893.135 FS. Provides
an effort to keep the public informed volunteers. The cost to be borne by those persons who do not wish to Section 6 of Article Expands the applicability of provisions that persons convicted of trafficking
this newspaper hasgradousiy the person being fingerprinted.IIJR receive unsolicited telephone calls VII and the creation of Section which require the use of child in certain controlled substances
allowed 2 A joint resolution amen and provides a penalty for those per- 20( of Article XII of the State Con- restraints in the transportation of shall be ineligible for gain-time priorto
write about bills prefiledpinethe ding section 7 of Article X of the sons or businesses who do so. stitution, relating to homestead tax children in a passenger car, van, or serving the applicable mandatory
House of Representatives. This is State Constitution to authorize the HB 4 A bill entitled an act exemptions. Provides that pickup truck to all persons transporting minimum term of imprisonment.If .
mv first: release: conducting of lotteries, the proceedsof relating to salt water 'fisheries homestead tax exemptions not apply children. Deletes proof of acquisition anyone wishes a copy of the proposed
which are to be for public educa amending 370.111 FS. Provides a to the first $10,000 of assessed of a required child Ills: or would like to expressan
HB l-An act relating to child care tion. minimum fine of $100.00 for each of a homestead, unless the owner restraint as a defense to prosecu- opinion' you may call me at
facilities. Amends s 402.305 FS to include HB 3 An act relating to the violation of state law governing has attained age 65. tion. 264-3000 or write 2105 Park Ave., I
fingerprinting! of child care. regulation of unsolicited consumer snook regulation and provides that HB 6 A bill entitled an act HB 7 A bill entitled' an act Suite 5, Orange Park, FL 32073.

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SundayThree .t @

Alachua County churchesare
collaborating to present the Centers
musical, "Amahl and the Night Family
Visitors", by Gian-Carlo Menotti in C"N'TG6.Y Sloaea C4 HOUSEHOLD
Melrose on Sunday, January 6, at
The First Baptist Church of k
Gainesville and Trinity Episcopal y y
Church of Melrose will sponsor the
event to be held in the sanctuary of
Eliam Baptist Church in Melrose.
Benjamin Whidden will sing the title
song,with Sue Perz in the role of -fa
mother. Neil Sherouse sings King
Balthazer; Jesse Sharp King
Melchoir; and Steve Pruitt appearsas
King Kaspar. David Smith is the
page. Members of the College and
Sanctuary Choirs of First Baptist
and the Boys Choir of Trinity Church
will form the shepherd's chorus. i
Lorraine Mahan is the pianist. &
The Rev. J. Neil Sherouse, r fa f
Minister of Music at First Baptist, I 4O
auditioned the actors and directedthe
productions in Gainesville. Dr. S
Fielding L. Fry, Director of Trinity
Boys Choir will direct this perfor-
mance, and the Rev. Jimmy Lee
Coyle, Pastor of Eliam Baptist
assist in arrangements.The ... .. ,, ,, ... "
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NBC in 1951 and was first performedthat i ,, "" \ ., < '! " ." .. ,, !
year on Christmas Eve over the
nationwide network. Since then it
has appeared on TV many times and
: has been performed on stages
throughout the world thousands of
times. One Table One Rack
The story concerns a crippled boy Hobo Ladies
and his poor mother who live on the AssortmentPants Gayety
route of the Kings on their way LadiesBlouses,
following the Christmas Star. They Force Sweaters
seek a short rest in Amahl's house Napkins
are entertained by local

sherds. The carrY\J4Des motbet.seeing to stesl all L1f. ,. ,? for, the ?, 140 Ct. Package

child btfFis caught anda Entire
fight ensues. Amahl knows he and 0 Family $ QlOO
his mother have nothing valuable to
send as a gift so he offers to send his
most treasured possession his
crutch. Off
This selfless act brings a miracle.
The opera is often presented
before Christmas, but the presentation
is being held on the Epiphany
which is the traditional time of the
arrival of the kings at the manger of
the Christ Child.
The public is invited and there is 100 Page Assorted Heayy Duty
no admission charge. Slim Line 100 Count

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Bigger 125-pound Florida panther Up To TowelsReg.

recovering in Gainesville from two Album 88
broken legs has been transferred)! o '19.99
from the University of Florida Col- 5 0 Reg.
lege of Veterinary Medicine to a
special compound nearby at the o 2/$1 2/$1 .
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com $
mission's Laboratory. Wildlife Research li99 Off $1500Stacking

The animal was the victim of a hit-
and-run near Naples en Nov. 1. The
next day, it was discovered and
rescued by state and federal wildlife
authorities, volunteers and veter-
"He's starting to feel good," said Parson
Tom Logan, the Commission's Sunburst Pets New Freedom
wildlife research bureau chief. "It
was time we moved him to a bigger I MusicTrivia BicRazors
enclosure to give him some room to StuffedAnimals Maxi!
move around"But the veterinarianswill
continue to check on him." Tables .
The cat was moved early Monday. Pads
The$3,000 Commission compound to house constructed the animal a Asst. Colors Reg. 15.99 10 to a Pack

during the next phase of his Reg. '24.99 Reg. 2.99
recovery. The.panther will remainin -

precautions Gainesville for under four tight or five security more $ 50 88 0

months before it is to be transferredto 2i$5 2P5
a larger facility. Eventually, the
Commission hopes to return the
animal to the wild.
"Wildlife officials have felt it
necessary to repeatedly deny re
quests from news media for an opportunity -
to photograph or view the -
panther," Logan said. "It's impor .
tant to keep the animal Isolated from Charmin' Rainbow
humans as much as possible in orderto Soundesign L'
prevent it from becoming used to Emerson
tend to live Deluxe .
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Another reason that the public and Tissue Runners
news media have not been allowed & White TV Me turn Only .
the animal is biologists' fears '
near that the panther might be disturbedby 4 Roil Pack Reg. 69.99 Reg. S8.99, Reg. 2.55U.S.
too much company."We AM/FM./ Cassette

upset to," Logan him don't anymore said.want"We to than are let very anything we have con- ; : Reg. '1.29 $ 5 4 00 $7 .44 $1.99-

cerned he'll" get excited. and hurt $Uf99g 0

ot recover 1 .
that the panther will
from his wounds well enough to compete ,
for food in the wild, he will be

held in captivity for breeding purpose I .. "- ... '. ,
!and further study,Logan said. ,
The cat, nicknamed Big Guy, Is 301 South Bradford Square:Y "

the only Florida panther known to ,'. ." I
have survived a hit-and-run. 'I ;_ I,
Biologists estimate it la three and

a half years old. .



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: 'Mrs.F.G.:Pappy Survivors include her husband, F. Mount Olive Cemetery. on I
Gerald Pappy of Melrose Parsons was born in New
I Corbett Born in Fernandina Mrs. Funeral services for Mrs. Leona ; three -
Virginia Beach daughters Dolores Rentz and tinsville W. Va. and was the
Mrs. Virginia Dare Stanton Cor Stevenson moved to Melrose in 1971 Virginia Ebersold Pappy, age 74, Thomas both of Jacksonville, and the late Mr.and Mrs;Friend
\ of died and attended the First United were held at 1 p.m. on Saturday
belt II, Keystone Heights Carol Patterson of Atlanta two He was educated at Ohio
Tuesday Dec. 25, at her home Methodist Church in Melrose. December 29 at First UnitedMetbodillt l brothers Leon C. Ebersold II;of St. and the West Virginia -
',I'I following a long illness. Survivors include her husband, Church of Melrose with Augustine and Orin Ebersold of Sum- School of Engineering. ; ,
t I Born in White Sulphur Springs,W. Shellman Stevenson of Melrose; two Rev. AI Vaught conducting the ser merland Key; two sisters, Patricia Mr. Parsons served as ,
> Va., Mrs. Corbett moved to SODS, Shellman P. Stevenson of vices. Jones of Fort Pierce and Helen engineer consultant on ; ,
Keystone Club Estates over 25 years Jacksonville and John L. Stevenson Interment was in Oaklawn Grinsted of Jacksonville; her grand- Parkersburg Sanitary Board ; ,
ago from Detroit Mich.and she was of Columbus Ga.i j her mother,Mrs. Cemetery. Jacksonville at 4 p.m. children Ray Thomas, Charles Rentz, years and was a member and I
a member of the St. William's Theo Wass Rutislrauser of Fernan- under the care of WilliamsThomasFuneral Tommy Thomas, Jack Thomas, president of the West Virginia Trinl"y; I
Catholic Church in Keystone dina Beach; one brother Clement P. Home. Robert,Rentz, and Kira Mason; and of Professional Engineers.He -
Heights. Rutishauser,Jr.of Atlanta Ga.;one Mrs. born in her great-granddaughter Jill was a member of the Tau I
Survivors include two daughters, sister, Mrs. Regina R. Fachkd of ville and Pappy was Jackson- Thomas. Pi Fratprnitv. Pllrk".r .
Mrs. Virginia Hardenbrook of Yulee and six grandchildren.Funeral came here 16 years ago. She No. 16 F & AM, National_ to
was a of the Melrose
Keystone Heights and Mrs.Caroline services were held at 2 Professional Engineers,
SadlowsU of Birmingham, Mich.; p.m. Monday, Dec. 31, in the DeWittC. former Homemakers. Mrs.and Pappy was a Robert Lee Parsons 81 Chapter. He was listed in '
treasurer of the
one son, Edward R. Corbett of Jones Chapel with Rev. Alfred United secretary Methodist Women and Services were held Saturday, Dec. in Engineering and was The
: Keystone Heights; 17 grandchildren Vaught officiating. Burial was in member of the Melrose Woman'sClub. a 15 in the Trinity Episcopal Church for several patents on grain
: and nine great grandchildren. Keystone Heights Cemetery under Robert. Lee Parsons, 81, ofParkersburg steel buildings. He designed
: services held at 7:30 the direction of Jones Funeral Home Park ball
Rosary were She member of ,West Virginia,who died towers for the City Cox
was a the First
!1 : p.m. Friday night Dec. 28, in St. of Keystone Heights. In lieu of Methodist church in Melrose where Wednesday morning Dec. 12 at the the Parkersburg High
Williams Catholic Church. Mass of flowers, expressions of sympathycan Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital in Stadium.
Christian Burial was held at 10 a.m. be made to the American she taught adult Sunday school and Tarkersburn. Interment was in the Parsons was a member of the 8
in the church choir.
: Saturday. Dec. 29, in St. Williams Cancer Society or the American Ar sang
i ; Catholic Church, with Father thritis Foundation.
I j Michael Williams officiating. Burial QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
v ] in
was Keystone Heights Cemetery
1 under the direction of Jones Funeral Louise Moore 'R It n

I Home of Keystone Heights. Louise Moore, 89, a lifelong resident } Beer Wine Mixers
{ of Kingsley Lake and the
Mrs.Ida Hickey .
Jacksonville area, died Monday,
t, Mrs. Ida Nelson Hickey 81. of Ft. Dec. 30, in a local nursing home. It's Wise to Shop at a Homeowned -
Born in Bryceville, Mrs. Moore
t 28, in a sudden Bradford illness.Hospital Inc.following was Baptist a member Church.of the Kingsley Lake i I A3 I L'1 and Homeoperated Price Wise store.

moved Born to in Ft.Missouri Worth over Mrs.30 Hickey years Survivors daughter Check( Our Many In-Store Specials
and member of the First
ago was a sisters
Mrs. Hazel F. Moran; two ,
Christian Church in Ft.Worth. '
Ann Fouraker and Lucie Nolan; one 09 1984
Survivors include one son,John M. and two e AD GOOD THRU JANUARY .
brother, Carl Fouraker
I Hickey of Melrose and one sister, grandsons, Gerald Moran. Jr. and
Mrs. Roy "Annie"South of Wichita Steven Moran.
: Kansas.
No local funeral services were
: Graveside services will be held
made. Local
arrangements were
Thursday. Jan. 3, at 12:30 p.m. at Schenley
: made under the direction of Jones Kings
Riverside Memorial Park with Rev. Ancient
i Funeral Home, Keystone Heights. Wild Tamirov Castillo .
Greg Douglas officiating. Crest Gin
; Warren E.Perkins Memorials may be made to Kingsley Age I
Turkey Vodka {hum '
; Lake Baptist Church.FLORIDA. Canadian 90
Warren E. Perkins 83, of Starke LTR
died in Gainesville Friday, Dec. 28, 101 LTd LTR :
following a long illness. i
; Born in Lake City, Mr. Perkins 699 "' 750 RKEY :
: moved to Starke 66 years ago from TWINTHEATRE = 6" 6" 6"
I Otter Creek. He was a retired ,,- ..'- 6" I
for the Brownlee Seed 9" :r.
i salesmanager .,
"1IOiI' '.. ...
: and Feed Store. He was of the Protestant I
faith.Survivors. Starke 964-5451 ,
include two sisters, I II
Mrs. Eunice P. Searing of Starke II I I
and Mrs. Beulah P. Armitage of II
Lakeland and seven nephews and I

nieces.Graveside funeral services were r. 14 I

held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday,Dec. 30. in 40L jSmirnoff
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Philadelphia
Ben P. Bryant officiating. Jones Canadian Calvert J& BScotch
Funeral Home of Starke was in SHOWTWESFit. Blend r

charge of arrangements.Dr. 7:10, 9:05: Club Extra :
Chivas LTR Vodka
Sat. Sun. 5:10 7:10: 9:05
.Honor E. 750
Maynard LTR
,. Dr. Honor Elizabeth Maynard.72, WeekntgMs 7:45 Regal C99 : = 80
_-. of Melrose,died in the North Florida SCREEN 2
E Regional Hospital Gainesville Scotch drN 1099 79 9 : ,,750K99

fZ: Thursday Dec. 27, following a long BEVERUTJHILLSSHOWTMES I '
I gjS ilJneaa. 750 ,,,,, """' a#r' .IblltlM Sllflt : ; .t
:::- Born in Micanopy, Dr. Maynard v- =
g3: moved to the Melrose area in 1979 \
SS from Boca Raton. She was a retired
professor from the Boca Raton High Fri. 7:00. 9:00:
3S School; was a member of the National Sat. Sun. 5:00, 7:00. 9:00 STARKE STARKE WALDO KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
5 Teachers Sorority A.D.K.,
sss and she attended the Keystone Weeknights 7:30 Jessies Lounge 301 Liquors Oasis Lounge Model A Lounge
Z Heights United Methodist Church.
35 Survivor of Dr. Maynard is one 301 DRIVE-IN 801 N. Temple Ave. 1 Mile North of 3 Miles North of Highway 21 North

:=5 brother, W.R. "Buck" Maynard of Starke 9647484Fri. U.S. 301 North Starke on U.S. 301 Waldo on U.S. 301 Keystone Heights
S Branford.
25 Funeral services were held at 10 Sat, Sun. 964.8080 964-7/71 468.9461 473.9627'NEW
XX a.m. Monday, Dec.31,in the DeWitt
zy w C. Jones Chapel, at Keystone
;,= Heights, with Rev. David Landers NIGHTOF
zx officiating. Burial was in Micanopy
.''' Cemetery in Alachua County. Jones THE
:f.:: Funeral Home of Keystone Heights YEARS KICKOFF
i 2 was in charge of arrangements. COMETr

cr Mrs.Theo Stevenson
i Mrs.Theo Eunice Stevenson,60,of PLUS
25 Melrose,died Friday night, Dec. 28, "ODDBALLS" NO PAYMENT TILL MARCH 20 1985
sz In Shands Teaching Hospital,
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'L I '< New Portable Unit

'.. Moved to StarkeThe .'

, newly constructed portable
classroom made the seven mile trip
,," ; .',',1 ,;,<, south last Thursday morning to be '
ready soon after school starts next I
week NEW
:-I I The building was the project of SERVICE ON ALL MAKES.

'" ': ,r '' ,I Lawtey Correctional Institution and : .HEAT PUMPS.ENERGY
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at Soulhside Elementary School in ,
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The material purchased for the ELECT ICAI ANNG I1 ND,

' building was less than$7,000,a great L PLUMEING EirnGERATION,
) ir saving to the county said ,...
Superintendent James Wamwright.
Additional buildings will be con- 964-8786,

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More arrested for cocaine in B.C.


Two additional arrests were madein 27 with possession of a controlled the Bradford County Jail on a
the Bradford County cocaine substance and sale of controlled $100,000 property bond posted by his
sweep last week. substance, according to InvestigatorDon brother Lloyd Bryan, Jr.
Michael Allen Kitchens, 24, of Denton. Bond was set at$2,000. William 'Billy" Klondes 40, of
Starke was charged Dec.28 with two Leverson was arrested Dec. 3 for Starke,arested Dec. 4 for possessionand With the beginning of 1985 the BH Center for COST:
counts of possession of a controlled possession and sale of cocaine, he sale of cocaine was releasedDec. Health and Fitness wants to help you with one of $80 per personthe
substance and two counts of sale of was released after a $6,000 surety 24 after a $60,000 surety bond most common New Year's Resolutions $60 for BH Center for Health and Fitness
controlled substance, according to bond was posted. He remains in was posted.
Investigator David Aderholt. Kit- custody for the new charges, all of weight control. comprehensive membersThe
chens was released after a $10,000 the other 22 have been released pen Elwell Frank Croft, 29, of Starke end of the holiday season is a good time $75 for recreational membersto
ding their court date. arrested Nov. 6 for possession and and
surety bond was posted. start a weight management program
sale of cocaine was released Dec. 7
Michael Keith Leverson, 34, of Timothy Allen Bryan, arrested after a property bond and a $21,000()) the Center offers classes to help!! SPONSORED BY:
Bradford County was charged Dec. Nov. 6, was released Dec. 18 from cash bond was posted. Our eight-week series! of classes teaches you
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counseling, stress management and exercise.

Our instructor also provides counseling in lifestyle

change so you learn to keep that weight off!!
I Land Sales
Area Our orientation class will be held Tuesday,

January 8 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Bradford BH Center for Health and Fitness

I The largest recorded land sale Lillie A. Davis for $4,200. Mark & Elaine Olin sold six acres Hospital Dining Room. See you there!! 922 East Call Street
, during the past few weeks was the W. C. & Mary H. Emery a lot of on Forsythe Rd. to Donald Thorntonfor Starke FL
! Temple Motel property on US-301 Geneva Creek to Paul D. & JuanitaG. $13,100. DATES
north in Starke sold to Vimal Patel&: Newell for $150,000. : For more information call 9644210.
Anjani Patel for $275,000 by John Charles S. Allison a lot of Cypress Week of Dec. 14 Tuesdays 7-9 for eight I weeks from Bradford Hospital' 'and BH Camel. lor Health and Fitness ate membeis ol
Hsieh. Total Beach to Stephen E. & Pamela Day January 1'5"- 5. Santa Fe Hrallhcaie Sybletra
Chuan &: Amy Hwang : Bradford Land & Cattle Co., Inc. a
sales for the period nearly reachedthe Rassel for $40,000. parcel of land in Lakeside Subdivi-
$1 million mark, $966,600. Rudolph C. &: Winifred C. Howarda sion to Dudley P. Hardy for $14,600.
. lot on Oak Ave. in Crystal Lake Mark Olin a parcel of land.on W.
p. Week of No 30 Homesites to Norman T. &: Joanna Madison St. in Starke to Bentard &
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".. ._ for 2000.., < (1,1t IN i' !:?"- tt.'
KiYoung "< Joanne M.'Huttington for $20,600- :
. I *rijteia A.U>If.t Jane I II 4
MeliardSdcLp ,
' solda
Ernest E. &:Carlie Mae J. two Tf
T- Thomas McDonough acres REtlT
I .' ltnot'in Deer'Run to Martin J.;&: ( OWN
Theresa to
Hamblin for parcel of land near of land on CR-227 south of Starke to
L Virginia M. $2,500.
sold David Wayne Weyand for $7,500. Anthony A. & Jean D. Giesegh for
Harold A. BishopIII a parcel
of land just south of Hampton to Carroll $8,000. T
; Week of Dec. 7 Gerald Griffis Construction Co. a
J. & McClellan for
: I : Holly Lynn
$15,000. Robert R. Bradley sold a parcel of lot of Parkwood Subdivision to I
Ramon H. &:Joyce M. Merritt sold land just north of Starke to John L. & Wailon D. &: Lisa A. Haston for

", lots of Crosby Lake Inlet to Bruce C. Randa M. Skipper for $33,000. $4,500.
&: Pamela D. Mattox for $8,500. Robert R. & Marilyn J, Bradley Jack M. Courtnay lot of Keystone PGPULF1R nFlfflE
Joyce A. Castlin &: Ilean A. Lewis another parcel in the same area to Club Estates to Roger D. &: Meta E.
sold a lot in Brooker to Lynn-Gano, Erie Jon &: Susan Rebecca Bindleyfor Rothwell for $3,700 and a lot of
Inc. for $26,000. $25,000. Keystone Club Estates to Bill E. &
Gene D. Adams a lot of Mt. Plea- Charles & Judy P. Goodowns pur- Jane Y. Costello for $2,200.
sant on Silver Lake to Alan D.Jr. &: chased parcel of land on SR-16 in
Fonda D. Martin for$3,100. Connerly Estates from Colleen Dees Elise G. Pass, Inman D. & MelbaS.
Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. and the estate of the late Michael Green sold 13 acres on CR-16 in ZENITH PILOT SPEED QUEENs
sold a lot of Breamwood Point to Lin- Wayne Pike for$67,000. ? Starke to Robert S. & Laurie I.
da Klimashko &: Donald A. Lee for Charles E. &: Deborah A. Kennedya Mullins for $10,700.
$19,000. lot of Seminole Ridge, to
\ Francis A. & M. Jane Menard a lot Christopher G. Robin Chiappmi for Robert S.Sr. &: Joan K. Harris a
of Deer Run to James E. &: DorothyM. $59,900. lot in Sampson Lake Villas to St. E
Sheldon for 5500. Jeffrey R. &: Nancy G. Main a lot Johns Trading Co. for $58,000.
Bradford Land&:Cattle Co.a lot of of Keystone Club Estates to Anderson _
River Bend Estates to John W. Moon E. Hatfield III for $42,500. Bonnie L. Gillespie & Lena Davis
for $10,000. Bradford Land & Cattle Co..Inc. a sold over an acre on SR-100 south of
Vernie E. & Gwendolyn M. Thorn- lot of River Bend Estates to KennethB. Starke to Norman Glenn & Nancy crcr
ton a lot of Crosby Lake Shores to &: Samira C. Massey for $16,100. Carlein Harris for $20,000. ,;oble

Area duck population is the slimmestDuck I rJ

hunters have had a pretty "except that in some breeuing figures to fairly steady numbers _
were high from year to year. Hunters take
far accor- areas, population figures
hunting season so ,
good Frank Mon- enough to offset some of the declinesin roughly 230,000 ducks per year in
ding to wildlife biologist Florida. That amounts to less than ,
, talbano in spite of some species of other areas. .
adult 10 percent of the birds that migrateinto I
the breeding
ducks dropping to their lowest This year, f H I! '
levels in 19 population of ducks in North or through Florida each winter. ,
population Montalbano, who studies years. water- America is estimated at 37.9 million The state has a year-round duck 4 "I
of 30 of resident ducks,
Game and Fresh Water compared to an all-time low population 300,000
fowl for the
but the overall waterfowl population
The breeding
said the Canadian million in 1965. highest
estimate was 47 peaks during late December when
and marshes where ducks duck population LITTON
ponds and 10 of million in 1956, 1959 and 1972. migrating birds reach this part of
breed are vanishing conditions. years Wildlife researchers estimate that the country in the largest numbers. ADMIRAL
unusually HITACHI
ducks will migrate south
"Since 1974, most years have had 78 million
usual.! Mon- this winter. During 1980 and 1981 -
weather than
dryer record Also Montalbano said new steel
on ,
talbano said. "The ponds are dryingup the lowest migration years .
i marshes are being the figure was 77 million. shot requirements for some areas NO CREDIT CHECK I NO GIMMICK I NO SECURITY DEPOSITS. I
and the grassy "We've been here before," Mon have begun to reduce the number of $
plowed under by agricultural opera "This isn't the first ducks that die from lead poisoning 9 95 Wk
t tions." and Canadian talbano time the said.populations have dropped He said steel shot, rather than toxic ZENITH COLOR TVs . . . . . . . AI iowA$ .
U.S. \
During May# surveyed the but this time there is an extensiveloss lead shot, is turning up frequently in $9 95
wildlife authorities of breeding habitat." duck gizzards. On the other hand, . . Allow AI Wk
I ponds to firm up population Montalbano said that although the ducks and the eagles that feed on PILOT STEREO: SYSTEMS . .'. . .
estimates for 10 species of ducks. duck populations are under stress, them still suffer from high levels of s 12.95 Wk

Montalbano said they found figures that are for duck hunters still are 'havingaveragetoaboveaverage lead ingestion in Florida and other SPEED QUEEN WASHERS . . . . . . Allow AI
some species population successin states. Montalbano said wildlife

extremely year"This on could record low have this," Montalbano year.been the worst said, limits most rend of the to state.hold .duck He said harbest bag authorities shot requirements.are likely to expand steel LITTON MICROWAVES ... . . . . . . Allow AI $1 0 .95 Wk

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r f Florida executed more condemned mates would die in 1983 because I
::F. murders than any other state 1:1ij' : their appeals have run out. : \
i. 1984 and one government official "It is risky to predict how many
I said a higher number of dflath-row executions, but the appeals of years 1
ij' Inmates probably will die In 1985. are coming to an end, and the prospects Norman's Market
\ are great that we will have r
.. The eight executions at Florida more" said Smith.
:: State Prison in 1984 are among 32 ex- The U. S. Supreme Court has
ecutions since the U. S. Supreme issued definitive ruling on issues U.S. 301 South .- 964-6071
t Court reinstated the death penalty in that formed the basis of many death 4'
'= 1976.The only other state that comes apeals, such as racial discrimination ,
::. close to Florida In executions in 1984 claims, judges overriding "The Country ore For More"
85: is Louisiana, with six. juries' recommendations and effec-
=:: Gov. Bob Graham has signed a tiveness of trail counsel. New Hours: Open 8:30 am 7 pm Monday thru Saturday
total of 92 death warrants. In 1979,
"Many of the Issues that we've
there were six warrants but only one been wrestling with have been decid- Compare Our Prices & Saved I
L execution. In 1980-six warrants, no ed," Smith said. "There are a Quantity Rights Reserved We..Accept USDA Eood.Stamps
: ;. executions. In 1981.10. warrants, nor number of cases in which if the ...
::: executions. In 1982-23 warrants, no governor signs a warrant, they will
;*; executions.In 1983.20 warrants and be executed."
:er:' one execution. The first inmate to die in 1984 was HOMEMAKERS PARE o
m Graham's aides refuse to Anthony Antone, 66,who went to the -
..: speculate about a possible increse in chair Jan. 26 for arranging. the
:! the number of executions In 1985. murder of a private eye.
Try; "The governor has never Indicated The other six men executed were:
he has a specific number of James Adams, 47, executed May 10
::::. warrants he would plan to sign," for the slaying of a millionaire ran-, u&
said Steve Hull, Graham's press cher; Carl Shriner, 30, electrocutedJune .HERE cPn
M secretary. 20 for killing a conveniencestore .
: "I don't see any indication there .
clerk; David L. Washington, .. ..... __ _
t will be a change in the governor's 34, put to death July 13 for three ---- --- n ... ._ _
procedure or the frequency in signing murders in eight days in 1976;
warrants. Ernest John Dobbert, Jr., 46, died -
However, in the last half of 1984, Sept. 7 for the 1971! killing of his ,
: Graham was routinely signing death 9-year-old daughter; James Dupree )IGARDEN FRESH PRUDUCEBroccoli
y warrants, two at a time, every two Henry, electrocuted Sept. 21 for the
:a: weeks or so. There has been none March 23,1974 murder of 81yearoldcivil
recently because the governor rights leader Zellie L.Riley and
I u doesn't sign death warrants during Timothy C.Palmes, 37,who was put
I the holiday season, to death for the stabbing death of C C
:M; Attorney General Jim Smith saida Jacksonville furniture store owner 7 9 4 9
higher number. of death-row In- James N. Stone. Apples Red Del. lb.

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Navel $
Nectarines 6 9 Oranges 399 ,
following individuals were ar- Dec. 27 for uttering forgery
rested in Bradford County by local (Alachua County warrant) and driv- 1/4 Bushel bg
::::. authorities. ing while license suspended(Nassau
Y County), according to Lt. Glen
;::. Harry McDougal Jr. of Starke Moore. Green was turned over to Green

r: was disorderly arrested intoxication Dec. 25 for and burglary criminal, Alachua County. $ 9

;::: mischief. He was released after a Luther C Grapefruit 3 9b
.121 bond Marvin Moody, :37,was arrested 1 5
: $1,500 surety was posted. Dec. 31 for driving under influence Cabbage
;: McDougal was arrested when police according to Patrolman lb. g
were called to a disturbance on E. Reno. Bond 1/2 Bushel I
was set at $325, he was
Gi; Brownlee Rd., according to released on his own recognizance.
:;:; Patrolman Dwight Groves.

-ic Anthony Leonard Aaron of Starke Jeanie Marie Burton of Starke was
:p was arrested Dec. 27 for driving arrested Dec. 31 for driving under Yellow
};' while license suspended, according influence and no valid driver Cauliflower 8 9 C cHd
to Patrolman W.C. Reno.Aaron was license, according to Corporal 7 9
released after a $210 surety bond Goodner.Burton's blood alcohol con-
was posted.. tent was.20 percent.She was released Onions 3 Ib. bag ea.
2- on her own recognizance.
? William Thomas Doyle, Jr. of
Keystone Heights was arrested for Richard Eugene Clark,Jr.was ar
driving under influence, according rested driving under influence and
'to Trooper Kenneth Etheridge. no valid driver license. His blood v '-
Doyle was stopped on SR-100 south alcohol content was .12 percent, ac-,
of Stare) he, cording to Corporal Goodner. He' ,, ..
released aftej
; was" SL 'j ....ON FRISH MEAo 'b" 1.< -;
*"rWas7yeleaaed'after''k"$375.5t118ty'I'bond: ,
$325 surety bond was posted. "'? : was posted. .AA nt/ .fMZ i .IrlP lIo?

Leroy King of Lawtey was ar-
I tested Dec. 29 for driving while intoxicated Jerry Dale Morgan of Gainesvillewas
,' accordin to Corporal arrested Dec. 31 for driving
; David Goodner.King's blood alcohol while license suspended, according
i content was .24 percent, he was to Corporal Goodner. Boston
released after a $325 surety bond .
was posted. Roger Randy Miller, 30, of Starke ROUND STEAK
was arrested January 1 for driving Butts
Joseph Bud Harvey, 41, was arrested under influence, according to Cor- .
on warrants for( driving while poral Goodner. Miller's blood Cube SteakWhole $
1 license suspended and driving under alcohol content was .11 percent. l79Ib
I influence, according to Deputy
i Eugene Lee.Bond was set at$603.50, Thomas Allen Reddish, 27, of $ 119
: he was released on his own Starke was arrested January 1 for 2 29 Ib.
i recognizance. driving under influence, according Ib. Top Round .b.,2.39
: to Patrolman Reno.Reddish's blood ,
i Roosevelt Green,32,was arrested alcohol content was .17 percent. ,

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I _Obituariesfrom page 6- I I Fryers P' Dins

Eldred Hammonds brothers,Joe,James and Frank, all
Eldred "Bob" Hammonds, 65, of of Newnan, Ga. and Hurston of 59 8ltJCIUPNfJWI$1.49Ib.
Starke, died Saturday, Dec. 29, at Seneca, S.C.; five sisters, Lucille lb., .
Bradford Hospital,Inc. following an Camp of Temple, Ga., Bonnie
a heart attack. Wallace of Sharpsburg, Ga.,Maggie
A Carroll County,Ga. native, Mr. Sewell of Lake Charles, La., Dessie
Hammonds owned Hammonds Washington and Dura Shoemaker,
Motors in Starke;;was a World War both of Newnan, 'Ga.; and 13 step- ; .
: II veteran and a Baptist by faith. grandchildren. .
q Survivors include, his wife, -
: Mildred; three step-sons, Wayne Funeral services were held at 11
Douglas, Starke, James Douglas of a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2, at Archie Lo
Denver, Colorado and Howard Tanner Funeral Home in Starke,
Dolies of Cleveland, Ohio; four stepdaughters with the Rev. Raymond Baer of- .
Frances Crosby of ficiating. Burial was in New River '
Naples, Claire Noegel of Kansas CI- Cemetery,Brooker,under the direc- : ;
ty,Ka.and Margaret Dyal and Jean tion of Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof .
Parrish, both of Brooker; four Starke. saSl'OO1) Fresh

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SALE LEASE OR TRADE 7500 Sq. ft. SKYLINE MOBILI HOME CENTER Hwy. Now Open. Now accepting con Mobile Recreational Homes vehicles and spaces welcome.for Phone rent INO should be submitted -
the Bradford
be condl.
signments. Must In excellent
2-Mory masonry building at corner of 301 N. Starke. Coma see Dee Ramon .68-29129/16 Hn
Eo.t Call Thompson St. On. block ... ,.. tion. Call 964-4515. ask for Helen. County Telegraph office ,
for the. bargains 964. or 9644778. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTi One mile In and lrWiUefji1'rREALT
12/27 Hn writing
from City Hall. Mak. an offer ((904))
4/26 HnMOBILE from Starke city limits. Clean. No
paid 'In advance
330-6849. Clyd. W. Simpson 1119 HOMI FOR SALES Keystone Bay St. Itpd 103PERSONAL children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. unless credit Is
Barnett Bank Building Jacksonville, Fl Heights. 2 BR across from Lake 468.132310/7 Hn already establishedwith
32303. 10/39 Hn Geneva. $89.00 p.r month $100 down. CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On trill office.
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS FOR RENTS US Must remain on lot for five years. SERVICESSEWING Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call THI TELEGRAPH PHONE 964-7776
301 South near Steak House. Completion 4737560. Bill. 9/27 tfn 468.132310/07 Hn STAFF CANNOT BEHELD I CECILIA

dot. expected f.b. 1983. Call KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. 2 bedroom unit MACHINES REPAIRED All STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly monthlyrates. RESPONSIBLE ERWILLLGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke I

964-6944 days. 12/20 tin $150 mo., furnished. Purchase option. makes cleaned oiled and adiusted.$1S. Palms Apartments,2314 N.Temple FOR MISTAKES IN
Bill. 4737560. Ave. 7/28 Hn
YARD SALE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2 bedroom unit. James. Used sewing machines for sale.Rd. ROOM FOR RENT BY MONTH W/SwIm- CLASSIFIEDS AD IS TAKEN WHEN OVER A Happy

$50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 Strickland corner Morgan ming pool. Maid Service, linens Includ THE TELEPHONI.
and 16 Stark. 964.8733.1/03 Hn
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY Jan 4 & S. Lawt.y month.. In park call 4737560. 12/27 CHAIN Hwy.LINK FENCE Installed. Free ed. Restaurant and lounge on Classified deadline Is &
Road. 200-A past Tatum's Sawmill. All 3/7 lltpd estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. premises, utilities Included $3OO/mo. TUESDAY. NOON A ProsperousNew
Day. Itpd 1/03 ,12.eO MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 1 BA. AC. Owner Tommy Reddish 964.8559.3/29 Free parking Econo lodge of Stark., prior to Thursday
FRIDAY SATURDAY Jon. 4 A 5. 1124 964-4743 or 7823437. 1/03 4tchg 1/24 Hn 964.7600.5/03 Hn publication Year

North Thompson St. Bealnnlna 9 a.m. ; rtrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrrri MACHINE QUILTING. Crib to King size. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 Minimum charge Is
YARD i BAKE SALE, Jan. 4. Victory Temple NO DOWN PAYMENT Also have quilts for sale. Assorted BA apt. For more Information call LakeButler 19 words for $2.75. To EveryoneAs
Church corner Christian 8 Pratt St. sizes and Hlld.brand.96ot.8122. Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity then 10 cents for each
BA designs.
1915 14x70 3 BR/2 Betty Housing. 6/7 Hnchg
.!.tll..1tpel 103HOMES 1 BRAND NEW MOBILE HOME 6/21 tfnchg LOG SPLITTER For rent by day or hour. word thereafter Interest Rates Come Down '

Furnished F/F Refrlg.. Carpet T/O. WANTTODRINKT Call 9646974. 11/29 Hn.

Low Interest Rates-No Down WANT TO STOP BR, from Lake Geneva $155
across per
Wl IUY First and Second Existing Mortgages THAT'S OURS M>ile Should Go UP I
Qualified month. Furnished unfurnished
Payment to |
and also home
originate equity Alcoholics
of$213.37 mo. Anonymous9i441509t4M949645434 4737560. Bill 9/27 Hn
Assume Payments
loans. Call Liz Langley at 964-3010. i Company
Call BRAD 473.7237 For Detailsiirr 3 BR BLOCK HOME CA/Heat. Stove,
8/09 HnMM *eee.eeje..>.s>....t.. S.WATER STREETi By own.r.:2: BR. CB WE DO ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIRS Call 964.5606.10/25 Hn Free Estimates

home. 14681323. 11/08 tfn LOSTFOUNDFOUND Roofing gutters, painting and some TWO HOUSES FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 BA.Completely .
THREE BEDROOMS 1% lATHS Brick. electrical and plumbing. Call Charlesfor /Ceramic Tile

lOffxIOO lot. Carport central heat/air. free estimates. ((904)) 7823332. 4737832. 11/01 remodeled.Hn Starke area. [New or Cecelia Terwillegar 964-7776

., Price: 39500. Call 964-5629.1/03 2tpd SATURDAY Small male puppy In 1/22 tin 2 BR. 2 BA MOBILE HOMES Keystone Remodeled30Yrs.
**irrrtritiriirrriirrrrrREPO ditch on Orange St. between Call and WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE 4737832. 11/01 Hn Lavern Outlaw 964-5478
Heights area. I
HOLIDAYS Flat $35. Have Experience J
Pratt Streets. 9646356. Itchg 1/03 rate $20 2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY. In
New 1915 l..dO 2 BR LOST BASSET HOUND In the area of references, will travel. Faye 496-3980. Lawtey. Call 7823458. 11/22 Hn 964.8333 Bill Dodd 964-7408
MOBILE Country Club Estates and SR 16 East. 12/06 Hn
Never lived HOME Call 964-6783 or 9647810. Reward. ENNIS SONS ROOFING 533-2129. FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE ON BIG SANTAFE Maxine Booth 485-1687
In. If
you qualify No 1/032tchg 1/10 12/134tpd 12DON'T LAKE Keystone Heights side with.
Down Paym.nt.Payments -- LOST SIAMESE CAT In the. vicinity of STEAM CLEAN YOUR CARPET bath' and small back porch. 4753350. David Dodge 964-5370

of $169.21 mo. Pratt and Myrtle Streets. Call 9647129. You're causing your carpet to rot. let Itpd 1/03
t Call BRAD 473-7237 for Details Reward. Itpd 1/03 me DRY CLEAN one room of carpet 3 BR. 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME SUSAN'S BACK I IHChamplens Novis Ward 964-7454
._** Located In with nice and
FREE to demonstrate my dry-cleaning town yard
FOR SALE I system. 9646868. 1/03 2tpd 1/10 fenced-ln patio. $275 mo. $275 sec. Travel Agy. Irving Clark, Jr. 964-7188
LAND FOR SALE To Open Dec. 15
9645065. 1/03
CONVALESCENT Housecleaning 2 BR. I BA LARGE HOME On Madison St. 838 N.Temple Ave. John Greene 533-2121

ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. FIREWOOD Call 964-8268 ask for Matt. cooking Included if desired. Experienced $300 mo.. $300 sec. dep. 964-5065.
3000. $300 down $75 p.r mo. Call 11/29 tfnUPRIGHT reliable. Live in or days. Belleview. Itchg 103EFFICIENCY Tommy Chastain 964-4319
9645606. 10/4 Hn KENMORE FREEZER On. yr. 904-245-7223. Itchg 1/03 APARTMENTS One mile out
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High' and old. $450. 964-7011 after 5:30: p.m. HANDYMAN! Remodeling and repairs. of town. $140 mo. $100 sec dep. Wayne Douglas 964-6593

dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile 11/29 tfnNEWSPAPER Paintinq minor plumbing, carpentry, 9645065. Itchy 1/03 FOR LEASE ,..
home cabin or camping. $4950 ea. PLATES Aluminum. cement work etc. Free estimates. COVE HOUSE One mile out of town. .4800 x 6800 Sq. Ft.

w/$150 dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand Measures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great 964-5425. Itpd 1/03 $225 mo., $225 sec dep. 9645065. Bldg. On Prime

fishing. Owner. ((904)) 236-4379 or for parching and repairs. TELEGRAPH GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, windows, 301 Hwy Frontage
6299649. 12/06 7tchg 1/17 135 W. Call St. 9646305. etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY HELP WANTED Call '....6020

LOTS & ACREAGE 20 percent down ROLLS OF HAYOrder your hay for the 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake y Hand House
balance In five years, financing by winter and leave It under my barn until Butler 496-3079 and Keystone GOVERNMENT JOBS $15,000 -
owners, 9646853. 12/13 Hn. needed. Rolls of Alicia $25 at barn. Heights, 473.4973.2/26 Hn $50,000/year possible. Immediate op. Portable BuildingsU.S.
ACRE LOTS. Pleasant Grove Settlement. Alicia and Bahla mixed$22.50 at barn. portunities. Guaranteed call Shop & Compare!! .301 South 964-6020

$3.500. $350 dn, $70 p.r mo. Call Argentina Bahla" $20 at barn. Hay barn FOR RENT 805.687.6000 Ext. R-1000. 12/13 4tpd iptfial. Insurance IIIIIIIlh'
9645606. 1/03 Hn 7 miles North of Starke on Rd. 16. r 1/3 :\ I limn- Parks CURLES CYCLES

ONE ACRE LOTS ON Delivery available at extra charge SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST Full-time ..All of homo-
:?82i3727 or 9646167. 11/15 tin ROOMS FOR RENT 4- position to start Immediately. Ex- types
ROADS $3,500. $350 dn. -'" 7 Styles
MENG6DAIIIY > "TRAVEaiRAILiRs w.ory ** "WeektIt'"> -f prteMe-$lsff-eenrf resume to> PO "" IUTSxdicKfor
r ffS" !1.7 Call ACRES-BROOKER 9645606. 1/03 Hn ( ( tr"] !I llfeeps WffBTMARI' 6. $2300.fOCKA Coll'jox.: : ,396-7946 or '1 MAGNOLIA HOTEL t 1 '? Drawer K. Hampton'FL 32O44. 12/20 mobile, homos 25 Different Colors

Stork. 9648110. Can be seen atBuddy' Across from Storks P.O. 3tpd 13MANAGEIII
Call (far Quote
dn. Call *
$3.500. $350 $70 p.r mo.
Landing Big Santa Fe Lake, 2 BR FURNISHED HOUSE No children no For Flea Market and Farm
964-5606. 1/03 Hn Earlton Fl. 1/03 3tpd 1/17 pets. $300 month plus $150 sec. dep. Equipment Sales. Dependable, Olln's Mobile
ROAD $1,995
PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsible Fire Lane No. 45, Klngsley Lake. organized person must enjoy workingwith
'- per ac. $1.500 dn., $250 p.r mo. Call party to assume small monthly 5332789. 11/08 tin people. Position Includes rentals, Home Sales

961-5606.1/03 HnBUCKHORN payments on piano. See locally. Writ.: FURNISHED 2 BR DUPLEX 116 N. MyrtleSt. receptionist general clerical accounts Elaine M.
(Include phone) Credit Manager P.O. $265/mo. $150 dep. Phone 964-8944 receivable, payroll etc. Thursday thru
subdivision In Northwest Florida
acre Box 327 Carlyle III. or call Mr. days. 12/20 Hn Monday work week. For appointment 964.5606
2 or more acre parcels, county gradedroads Powers 6185944242. Itpd 1/03 2 BR MOBILE HOME on Klngsley lake call 4682255. 1/03 Hn
trees, beautiful Florida moun PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: responsibleperson heat & AC no pets. 533.2366.12/13 tfn RECEPTIONIST ft TYPISTi Through April 1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Apts.
tains. Utilities available. Average acre and Call Send resume to P.O. Drawer A.,
to assume small monthly APARTMENTS $150 per mo. up. Steve Broadway
price $1500. Total down payment$200 payments on spinet/console piano. 964-4048 or 964-5065 ask for Suian. Stark. 32091. 1/033tchg 1/17 From 'ISO" to *297"

per parcel with financing to t.n years, Can be seen locally. Write: (Include Itchg 103APPIIOXIlfATELY FEDERAL. STATE CIVIL SERVICE JOBS TREE SERVICE
12.5X Interest. 223 parcels. fr. phone number) Credit Manager P.O. BOO SQ. FT. Office available. Call 1-(614)( ) 569-8304 for In 213 Bedrooms Available Mow |
brochur.: Frank A. PI.rc., Box 377 Box: 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 1/03 Area. Upstairs, central AC/Heat. Newly fo. 24 hours. 1/03 3tpd 1/17 Removal
.", FL 32428. T.I.phon. Freeman III. TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature
3tchg 1/17 remodeled. Register Trimming 1530 1 Madison
904-638-7606. 1/03 fcan $1.50 bale. 9645888. 1/034tchg 1/24 person for short trips surrounding Gr:
HAY FOR SALE Cow hay per Stump Removal .
Coastal Bermuda horse hay. $2.25 per TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME New Starke area. Contact customers. We =:,t r.nru" Phono' 964-6312
CARS & TRUCKS bale. 500 bales available each. Call condition on wooded 1'/. acre lot. train. Write P.F. Dlckerson Pres., Firewood

4851037. 1/032tpd 1/10 Close to town on paved road. Keystone Southwestern Petroleum Box 789. Ft. Free Kstimuti
S3 LINCOLN 4door. Signature ..ri.s, ARENGTINA-BAHIA HAYi Highly fertilized Heights. 473.2566.1/032tpd 1/10 Worth Tx. 76101. Itchg 1/03
Ilk. n.w.16800. Loan value, $16,000. : no rain. Minimum 10 bales. J.M. FURNISHED TRAILER 2 bedrooms, 1 WANTED DEPENDABLE LADY to do light 473-4732 Plumbing SuppliesFrom I

'82 J..p Cherokee, with Larado Edwards 9645379. 1/03 4tpd 1/24 bath. Griff Loop. $100 sec. dap., $175 housework. I need someone who will After 5 P.M. .
packag.. $10,800.473.2214. 11/01 Hn REPOSSESSED 4x1 FLASHING ARROW per mo. 964-6493. Itpd 1/03 show up for work each day. Call
79 MUSTANG III 4 cylinder, 4 speed. SIGN Complete: N.w bulbs, letters, 301 NORTHi 2 bedroom 1V4 both. Fur. 9648580. Itpd 1/03 Keystone Heights
Runs great. $1200. 964-8503. 12/ 6 Hn.1W1 warranty. Take ov.r payments, $28 nished, $200 or unfurnished, $175. EXPERIENCED PERSON TO PICK EGGS on Licensed & Insured Durrance
JEEP CHEROKEEs Lorado package. monthly. Call toll-free. 1-800-621-4302.( ( Security$100. 964-6493. Itpd 1/03 poultry farm. Also need feed cart ,
Excellent condition. $9600 call 24 hrs. Sign's LTD. 1/03 fcan TRAILER 3 BR, 2 BA. Private lot. $125 operators. Call 964-6727 or 964-4709. ,
473.2214.12/13 tin COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Storks security furnished. $250. 9648970. Itpd 103EXPERIENCED Pump ,
174 FORD Dump Truck for tale, Truck Stop, south of Slorke. 964-8212.. Leave message. Itpd 1/03 BOOKKEEPER For part VACUUMSALE .
5332474. 1/03 Hn 12x 0 UNFURNISHED MOBILE HOME 3 time work. Send resume to P.O. Supply Co. '
JEEPS. CARS. TRUCK $100i now WANTEDAXLES BR, l'/i BA. On. acre In country. $175 Drawer 280 Starke, FL 32091. 1/03 tfnl' -

available In your ar.a. Call per mo.I50 dep. Now taking oppllcotlons. NEW & USEDWe u.5.301 N.-.... N. TempleStorfce.
1-619-569-0241 for dlr.ctory. 24 hrs. after 1/03 Hn 964 J
964-5734 4
p.m. Florida -1061
ft TIRES Two axles and four tires I
12/20 3tpd 1/03 HOUSE FOR RENT. 233 Brownlee St. 2 M. 1. Finance Our OwnKIRBI'S
Green's Welding, l' Janet
19M CHEV. TRUCK In running condition.Will Highest price paid. bedroom. $175 mo. with $175 deposit.FLORILAND .
Stark. FL. 964-5007
Shop 301 South.
650 CC or
trade for motorcycl. 964'5882' 1t D d 1/03 ROYALS I
above 964-4604. 12/27 Hn chg WANT TO BUY TIMBER Pulpwood or ; StarlingRealtor We Drill Wells
with blue hardwood or pine. C I EUHEKAS
1977 DODGE CHARGERi Whit. logs. Cypress .
2" to 6" State Licenced
velour Interior. Good condition. $2350. 964-8309 or 961.5981.12/27 4tchg '- HOUVEKSELECTKOLUX

4737683. 1/03 2tchg 1/10 I .. -j' I .
'2'.4 10 .Ac.: $2.000 por
1976 CHEVY MALIBU CLASSIC door, Want Ads Get ResultsIn KILTER QUEENS .
1/03 REALTY FOR SALE -5- Act Pvd I frntg
Itchg .
$875.782.3110. I SEARS cacMiniStorage
1979 CHEVY STATION WAGON $950. PVC 'I 1 s1a Soo.plpa .
Call 782-3110. Itchg 1/03 Starke: '.20 Ac.1 Cov'd In pin.
1976 FORD GRANADA AT; AM/FM Call I Mont ex 393 N. Temple Ave.Vernle / I i' .50 Ac.1 $$50,000. repair all makes
stereo; AC. Coll 964-4048 or 964-5063, P. CJomBrokerGRI 10" h. ,"STATELY OLDER HOME:

..0.1f'2.C..iu./chfl'/OS 964-6305 _... Wood Panelling'' 3 BR, 2 BA $015.000. AI Young'sSince ,Hwy 301-Sowth-Storke SELF-SERVICE
REMOT' Ml. S. of
t Shopping Center
_, __ GAINESVILLESUN FOR RENT: 4'x1 Sh.... .2 BR. 2.....137.75C'. 1957 4MM* STORAGE

MANAGER 1st 8 Last Mo. RentS $7.' 01. Ac.: $I,750poFOcEI.c. :. 964-6918 ASSOCIATION
DISTRICT Deposit: Supplies ''l B. 2 BA: Country I
3 Miles north of
New: 3 BR In Country. "MH Poles 4 ,:$25.500. _
Gainesville Sun Is now accepting application for a full-time .3 TrailersHamptonGOOD Supplies FEED IORE: $45.000. I 1

The for the Bradford Clay Union INVESTMENTS: Security Lights -LIQUOR STORE
Sales Manager
,District Circulation for goal-oriented In. .3 BR In Country. Owner -WIndow.. doors AND LOUNGE

,County circulation! areas. We are and looking deal effectively a with people. financing. I 250".Rolls -SERVICE STATION Carpet (Any $ -j >fflQ5 ScotchgardCleanln
dlvldual who Is able to motivate Good Location for Offices $40 000 .
Responsibilities Include supervision recruitment, and training of : Building 1,000.q. ft. 12.2w/Ground I .3 BR; $25.000: :, a sum I 8* AvailableDeep

route carriers, monitoring sales collections, and Could easily be two offices ; $1 9' per roll pav'd frontage. )
'adult bonus plan benefits transportation prop5oSon. each with separate ( Soil Extraction Is Also Available)
delivery entrances. Less than $20 BARGAIN CENTER (904))782.3931

''vlded. being accepted at Gainesville Sun calls 408 South sq. ft.'Building. Hwy HIN Stork. P.O. Drawer M Whole House Special (LIY.r Din.. Hall 3 Br.). 59"

Walnut. Starke. tom. .a.m. to 5 p.m. ,weekdays No_ -. with lots of ... 301S.lavrt.y.Chlmn.y '

I space. 3 will different hold mortgageto stores.Owner Carpet Dyed ((9x12), ) 59"5

anted to HireWriterPhotographer .' qualified buyer FlresAre Furniture Cleaned (Sofa a Chair) . v '. . .-. 44
.2.. ac. 3 BR 2 BA house. '
Approx. 5 yrs. old. Ha.nur..ry Among thefTop 10 "Not Delighted, Don't Pay"
for concrete .w home rr.4t.R.rd1-
i pigs
The Union County Time I Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas
For pens, has been used. ,as A Dirty Chimney a
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Lake Butler.FloridaAPPLICANTS : hog farm. Also Causes <- ,
MUST 'TERMSV41V4 :- Loss.SmokeFilled Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co. '

.Be able to write -Talk with p.opl..asity Ac. lot., zoned ,. Rooms, (licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial) .
eBe Intelligent and willing to learn. 9 Ac.. 301 So. 450' roadfrontage. Protect your home -I I PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe

EXPERIENCE and of wad to wall furniture clean-
181 Ac. Good huntingwoods. With A I specialize cleaning re-dyeing carpet
Hour Variable Salary Graham area. Safe Chimney Ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
Goodge at the Times office. 150 W. Main Street 18 I II No Free Advice
Contact Marcia 198 Ac. Fronts SR Worthington Senior Citizen Discount Mileage Chorge
call 496-2261 Mon.. Tues., & Frl. 9 a.m.--4:30 p.*3Thur Spgs.. Union Co. Call .96ot.1271 '
Lake Butler, or 114 Ac. front. Co. Rd,18, Blankenthtp Chimney Sweep Call9644997: Call .

*. 9 a.m. 12 noon. __ ft Co. Rd. 238 Wothlngton I If No Answer Call ((904)) 733-1308 Satisfaction GuaranteedJ.Du.ryt3.11185 I

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1 ( Juveniles arrested over Christmas breakThe ., NOW-OP1Nf-tFfnnWEsT': : il:

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I,' :'" school: l holiday period proved the postal boxes.. A cologne bottle the building. the custody of their parents, according ) STARKE.X ::1

1 to be too long for seven Bradford was broken and left in the lobby of Thp released Into.. to Marshal Hodges.! ..... II 'EATING PLACE. lU :/.

.! County Juveniles, they were ar- -
rested over the weekend for SAND' tCHI9'UIS1IJ

."' criminal Five juveniles mischief.were charged with Get in Shape for the New Year!! SHOPPE : i iI

$ burglary, petty theft and criminal '

mischief! for their part in the damaging ,AEROBICS CLASSES 107 E. Call I Street Starke, FL' liii' i
of a home in the Deerwood area I i
Fast.moving class that develops stamina and overall Includes ._ .
on US-301 south of Starke. body conditioning dance routines.. .
According to Investigator David Six.week session; unlimited attendance at either class. I WITH THIS COUPON '

'I Aderholt, sometime while the Giles Monday Wednesday Friday 4.5 p.m.. 7' 'I''.' '.'; I "
beginning January '
for Christmas
family was i
\ away 20' Off ,
their home was vandllzed. The Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, 6-7 p.m. beginning January 8 .
I) juveniles alledgedly cut: the screen FEE: $25 preregistration / $30 at-the-door ,y ANY'SANDWICH 1/3/85-1/9/85 :
doors \ ., .
the broke the
;; on sliding glass "
lock and entered the house. They SLIMNASTICS CLASS I ._- 1JA1S
the drawers stole small .
plunder a
amount of money and raided the This medium.paced class develops muscular endurance to shape and tone your figure. Six-week I BREAKFAST SANDWICHES MON-FRI 7.m. 3 pm

refrigerator, eating the contents as session. All Classes Free Comprehensive Members ..cROISS"NTS. SALADS DRINKS- _' 964-4324 -

well as candy: left in the house.There Tuesday and Thursday, 10-11 a.m. beginning 8. : -- -
were candy papers and generally a _u, _...-. -
FEE; $18 preregistration / $20 at-the-door '
mess all over the house said
Aderholt. 'A bow and Santa was Starke Auto Sales l ; Inc.

taken from the front porch and artificial ; STRETCH AND FLEXThis
snow was sprayed on the win- 1
dows and the fence at the side of the easy.paced class will improve your ; We Finance Our Own

house. I flexibility. Course is safely designedfor

The juveniles all from the Deer- beginners pregnant women and people : Regardless of Credit
wood area have been released into
troubled with arthritis. Six-week session.
the custody of their parents. It was

their first offense, said Aderholt.In Monday and Wednesday, : NO INTEREST RATE0- ,"1'';.

.....' 8:30.9:15 a.m. beginning January 7. .y
Hampton FEE: $18 preregistration' -the-door Specialize in Cars & Trucks
Sometime over the weekend the '" .' '; ,

Hampton Post Office was vandalized. All classes are held at the First .
Marshal John Hodges arrestedtwo South US 301 Starke 964.6832
female juveniles charging them j Presbyterian Church.across the street

.with Federal charges: of defacing from Bradford Hospital. I

mail boxes, which is a felony. Union AdsiHELP
Obsentles were written over the Call the BH Center for Health County

windows and walls of the building, and Fitness at 964-4210 or come
the trash was dumped'out of the cans WANTED ; I
onto the floow and the cans: were 1-"'. : by at 922 East Call Street between REAL ESTATE

defecated in., Stamps used to order a 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday through HALF-TIME SILK SCREENING INSTRUCTOR LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECI OF .

magazines were pasted over all of tv" .,>d. Friday to register. High school diploma or GED, PROPERTY If I don't have It, I'll find :
I four
plus years' In
experience prin :
S It Just ask. JANE S. USHER,
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?Q'i yahr n': ,,, A BH Ct'mil lul .Ht..aim and FKiins dud Bradford Ho,>,,'ml Inc oreJtwmlMtt ting/silk communicate screening well.Industry.Teach Inmatesat Abilityto REALTOR. 496.2126 or 496-2903,
# t of b Cross City Correctional Institution.
8/04 tfn
Salary: $319.53 bi-weekly. Deadline

I Keystone Heights Ads ..' . .: ,- EA/EO lake City Employer.Community To apply-College PERSONAL SERVICES""
Rt. 7 Box 378 Lake City Fl.
32055 ((904)) 752.1822, ext. 313. DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK
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Itchrg 13MASONRY Package deal, 2" or 4" wells, water

diploma or GED, plus four year.' ..x.o tanks, drain fields' and lift stations.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS WHITE POODLE TYPE DOG PROFESSIONAL LAWN Corn.S'HALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPSi PVC perlence as brick or block mason. Mobile home poles available. All I
REALTY.REALTOR female, short and fat Child's pet, plete 'lawn and SERVICEi I IComm.rcla' !pipes and fittings. Water softeners Ability to communicate well. work guaranteed call Tommy Dor-
I R.ntal Property Available answers to Mlkl. Lost In High Rldg. core maintenance. I Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystom. Hgts, Knowledge of/ county and state man 2752151. UFN 9/1 I
MOBILE HOME PARK LOT water and Estates area. 4737814. 1 Itpd 1/3 or residential. Free 173-4006 5/24 tfnihg building codes, Teach Inmates at NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal
yard car. provided. Old.r coup!. FOUND CHI HUA HUA Highway 100. estimates. 475-2197 evenings 8/02 tfn H,AMMOND ORGAN With rhythm sec- Cross City Correctional Institute. and pruning. Also firewood, oak and
pr.f.rr.d. $69 p.r month. Call 473-2491. Itpd 1/3 I lion, plus organ muslc$995. Call Salary: $639.05 bi-weekly, plus pine for sale. Call Thomas Nettles
SEMINOLE RIDGE 4BR 2Y.BA screened LAND FOR SALE 473-2210 weekdays or 473.4648 benefits. Deadline: Open. EA/EO 4963823. ufn 12/22
porch, newly painted, woodstove. Executive ) HELP WANTED' weekends for appointment to see. tfn Employer. To apply. contact Lake City WORK WANTED Bookkeeping accounts -

home $400 per mo. LAKE LOT Hlllciest, lake. 13500. *1 WAN CREST NURSERY SR-26, 2'/i miles Community College, Rt. 7 Box 378 payable accounts receivable, I
HWY 21 LAKE BROOKLYN 3 bedroom, 1 TEXAS REFINERY CORP. needs mature Owner will finance. $164 per month. east of Melrose. Azaleas, 3 for $1. $5 Lake City Fl.. 32055, ((904)) 752-1B22. 13 years experience. All work done I
bath C.B home, $275 per month, 473-4307. tfnchg. 12/6 I IaUCKHO limit.12/20 tfnchg ext. 313. Itchra 13FOR strictly confidential. Reasonablerates. '
now In Keystone Heights area.
Regardless of experience, write A. D. 'N CREEK liMITED ACRES 1'9 I FT. TRAVEL TRAILER Self-contained Call 4963279. I-chg

6/21 Realtor 473-4141 Sears, Box 711, Fort Worth, TX 76101. Acre land division In Northwest sleeps 6, 1500. Phone 473-7528. Itpd RENT
tfnchg Itchg 1/3 Florida, 2 or more acre parcels county 1/3 FOR SALE
graded roads, trees, beautiful Florida t 7!I INCH ZENITH Color portable TV excellent -
MATURE CHRISTIAN COUPLE to r.nt 2 condition. $125 will trade forfr..z.r TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING
mountains Utilities available.
1912 DATSUN 4X4 Red, 5 speed
bedroor/1 1 bath, secluded mobile NOTICE
Average acre price $1,500. Total down Also 25 Inch color Zenith console MACHINES FOR RENT Union County
deluxe bucket No
home. $175 per month and $175 payment$200 parcel with financingto needs a tube, $100 or best offer.Phone Times, 150 Main Street Lake Butler. striping :
per down $210 mo. for 36 mo.
deposit. 904.659.2678. 4tpd 12/13-1/3 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted payment
4734828. Itpd 1/3 Phone 496-2261 for Information TFN
ten 12.5 interest 228
GATORSONE LAKE 2 BR, air, gas heat, to the Lake Region Monitor office parcels.years Free brochures percent Frank A. '.3:2 FT. KENT SHELVING like new, $800: C.O.'s. OUT OF TOWN Save up to Call 4962940. 1-pd 12/13 I
wood stove, 24x24) room, large in writing and paid In advance Pierce, Box 277, Chlpley, FL 32428. National cash register $250, Tec cash $80 mo. 13,000 miles a yearl! PINES NICE HOME Close to town. 3,bdrm real I
porch on 3/4 ocr... $345 per month. unless credit.,Iv.. heady established Tel.phon.9O..630.7606. 1tFCAN 'er3, ; B walk-In cooler door II QUALITY LIVING. Laundry,' Pak;" storogeya.bulldlnglu.2...ujicres
First last, .and' ,,deposit.. J-629-3O67., -. with, this ollh.fy'lifSSt/ t /i ACRE Corner fenced lot, septic tank and shelving ((24x57), $800, Commercial Recreation, Car Pools, FRIENDLY AT. bargain.12/27$21,000. Phone '96-2826. I
{{ 12/13 tfnchg. MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HElD and light pole. Halfmoon Lak. 4000. safety glass anodized aluminum MOSPHERE. Reasonable. Sr 121 Lake Itpd
Call 17831132. Itchg 1/3 '' double entrance door $250: 3 gas Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13
Lak. $95 p.r month. 6943087. 12/27 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER pumps (single hose-manual). $50 each FARM HOUSE 3 bdrm Ibth, 9 miles to assume small monthlypayments I
on piano. See locally. !
tfnchg THE TELEPHONE. Call 473-4768. I Itchg 1/3 from Lake Butter. Perfect for small
2 BR FURNISHED MOBILE HOME Nopets. Classified, deadline Is Tuesday noon PETS s EARS BUILT-IN dishwasher-works, family. Reasonable rates. Rob Cour- Write: (Include phone number)Credit i! '
.' Melrose area. $170 p.r month prior to Thursday publication. ufn Manager, P.O. Box) 327 Carlyle, Illinois
$35: Century reverse cycle ((1 ton) AC son 4962248. Itpd- 1/3
and deposit. 1-684-6634 3tchg Minimum charge .Is 15 words for$2.75, FREE PUPPY Female, 8 month old. Has $800, Table saw, $150, ,Pressure 5*ACRES LAND 24 acres cultivated, 35 or call Mr. Powers,
1/3.1/17 then 10 cents for each word thereafter. shots Husky/Shepherd. Gentle with treated lumber ((500 brd. ft.), $150; acres timber Runs across the 6185944242. Itpd -2tchrg 1/3 ;
LAKEFRONT MOBILE HOME 2 BR, 2 BA children. 4752730. Itchg 1/3 MOBILE HOME practically new, central
9x12 carpet (multi brown), $60; Olu.... Creek adjoining Columbia '
and 1 BR cottage, screened porch PERSONAL SERVICES Kerosun 9600 BTU (like new). $150; County. Very reasonable. RcJ Cour- heating kerosene heater system
boat dock and fishing. Itpd 1/3 HOUSES FOR SALE Frame for utility trailer hitch, $15. Call son 4962248. Itpd-ufn 1/3 4963536.Come see Itchrg It and 1/3 make an offer.

4734768. Itchg 1/3
WANTED CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, R EPOSSESSED 4x8 Flashing arrow sign.

kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. BY OWNER 3 BR, I l/i BA, !'/ yrs. old. Complete with new bulbs, letters, war INSURANCEMAINES
Reasonable prices Call 473-4018 after Beautiful I Take over payments. $28 mon- Subscribe Today I
RESPONSIBLE PARTY to assume small CHSA In Clay; County. ac. ranty.
monthly payments on piano. See local- 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg tree covered lot, fenced backyard thly. Call toll free 1-800-621-4302, 24 INSURANCE AGENCYi 160 S. UNION COUNTY TIMES I
CARPET AND VINYL and In..tallatlon.
Write Include Cr.diti Repairs deck. Call 473.7272 hrs. Sign's LTD. 1tFCAN Butler, 4963978.
ly. ( phon.) $48,900. or Lake Avenue, Lake 49o-226l
.. Free estimates. Ten
i Manager P.O. Box) 327 Carlyl., Illinois Call 473-4217 and ask yearsexperience. for 1.259.2138.9/20 tfn Complete Insurance Service TFN.
or call Mr. Powers, 618.59..2..2.3tchg .
1/3-1/17 Craig. 5/17 tfnchg _.. .-- --. .-.. .. .
HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs, CARS, TRUCKS "''I.- -
RESPONSIBLE to assume mall .
mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs. ft BOATS .
monthly payments on spinetconsolepiano. EARN EXTRA MONEY
small Minor
No lob too plumbingrepairs.
Can b..n locally. Writ.: (Include
phone number) Credit Manager, Cleaning Light Keystone Heights Area*
1978 FORD 4 WHEEL DRIVE Brand '
Ing. Call Jim 473.3671 day or evening. new ,
P.O. Box 520 1/3-1/17 Beckemeyer Illnols62219.3tchg 5/17 tfnchg. 14x36 RVT's. Excellent condition 11 .Applications: are now being taken for I ,pt, vti,' s111y.9 10e0t.IRt.Sys1. 'I ,
GENERAL LAWN SERVICE. Mowing rak $2,700. Days 475-2140 ask for An Morning Route. Applicants W.Kk + t
ELDERLY LADY would Ilk. an elderly Times-Union Paper
.. lady to share mobile home and ex ing light hauling, tilling. Call 473-7607 nette. Evenings 4751041.ltchg 13The must be able to post a cash
4732409. 1/3 tfnchg
,4I3-3J96.2tpd penses. Keystone 13110MISCELLANEOUS Heights area. NEED or MEDICARE INSURANCE?' Call _.....'..:.".aucr-wa":" .:.:..Hwren. ._, bond;have reliable transportation and a
Chuck Satterwhlte, Stat. Farm Insurance telephone.!

Lawrence Blvd.. Keystone Skin Shop Call 9645165This ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.

Heights. 473.7272.7/19 tfn Ii an Ideal supplemental Income for r
PAC RAT- Buy, Sell and trod. Used furniture NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE?Coll Chuck We BUY SNAKES! housewife. retirement couple, 'teacher say Realtor
,. appliances, hou..hold Items, Satterwhlte State Farm Insurance, rrssrr.NRNWOODY_ ,
TON Il.aI.NI/ R fitS _.
collectable, glassware, old jewerly, Lawrence Blvd.. Keystone Heights, nMMlllMrs..n ,.OW Formerly FAULKNER REALTY

.tools, .tc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 4737272. 7/1p tin
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Today I INTERESTED IN EXTRA CASH? 221 lol ,*..*S6 Across from Wl.hbon> .
TELEPHONE SOLICITOR NEEDED!I.S.II for Good Deal? ; Mon.-FrL .,30 o..... to 5:30 p.rti. Saturday o.m. 12 nao

I subscriptions to The Florida Tlm.s.Lale.luter Looking a INYESTMENTPROPERT1ESs -1,.

/ : Union from the. comfort of your. own *8 ACRE FARM With home, priced right.

Call Vicki horn*. Set your own hours. Be your own MOTIVATED SELLER: Single family In town.

496-2261 'boss. No quotas to m.ef. Not a salaried. Check before pay TOO much! Duplex In town. Triplex In lawtey (no reasonable
Keystone Hg''". 1, but excellent commission our prices you offer refused with owner financing).
473-2210 position an *IAWTEY-OFF 225: 17 Acres of .lush fenced

Stark structure. been in business in Florida for 34 pasture with barn.
Col/Monfe' I Call: : 964.5165fordetails We have *ENJOY PEACEFUL FISHING on Beautiful Lake
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964-6305 ----- Santa Fe In your lovely two story house with lots of

-_. I Designing and Custom-Building to meet decking. Dock and electric boot. '" lifts Don't miss
years this anal!


HOME Subscribe I YOUR specific, needs. We will also complete I peaceful.. Assumable mtg. 9'/i' %. Ready to buildon.

i' building to ANY STAGE YOU *CUTE HOME IN STARKE: City limits. Fenced yard,
: or
SATELLITE TV YOUR well Insulated and new storm windows Priced for
385.15 Ac. W/4 BR. 2 BA minded
that budget- person
Brick home, horse ,barn house Owner financing.
I i
with stalls, 2 tockrooms, *HIGHWAY 230:! : One of the better built homes
wash down stall pole barn Stark. 3 BR, 2 BA. Many extras

....1'N-- __ I with hayloft double New Home? *NEAR LAKE ALTO: Unique 4 BR. 2 BA cypress
; O4A" garage workshop, swlmm. In the Market a home with decks, fish pond over 2 acres.
and much

I' Question Y How would you like to I BR financed.1 BA Remodeled$139,000. Brick Veneer SOME WITH OWNER FINANCING.

take your pick from more than 650 I home 1334-3 on ,2.81 Ac. more or ,1 out our 3-Bedroom Special 1 only V4 STORY 32900.HOME Owner: With financing.fireplace a loft In country

free movies each and every month I..*. Large barn with loft, Util. Rm. & Carpeting : ,I V ACROSS FROM CITY HALL: 1 or 2 cottages.HWY .,
Have you ever settled' down in front Baths CH/A Carport: ,
two otherbul'lng* home with
\1f2. 16: Very neat many extras. 3
of your TV for an afternoon of foot- .
ball and then discovered the beat $5a.. Starting' $34,800 on your lot I ''BR I BA.
I *HIGHWAY 16: Nice building lot.
weren't broadcast to .
even ,
games. .1 *BEAUTIFUL HOME OF YESTERDAY: (Restored) r\
your region For More Details & Free Estimates Call: barn with stalls, hayloft toe room. 40 acre pasture'

Answer: Tuning in to Satellite TV' I ft pecan trees I
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