Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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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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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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Work Day r'9't'H: ,
For Garage Sale... Zoning

Garage Sale Work Day, Tuesday, -,
Jan. 15, at Old Courthouse. ..
Volunteers are needed to help
sort price, and arrange items con-
8,9,10.tributed for sale to be held Feb. 7, For PreservationA

, Donors are asked to bring items
for sale to Old Courthouse as soon r
as possible. For pick-up service long-awaited conservation min servation ordinance In place G-P
call 964-6073 or 782-3518. ing (CSV) district was approved was then making arrangements to
Monday, Jan. 7, by the Bradford donate the land to a conservation
DPC Meets Today... '. County Commission, ending a three- agency.
year effort to control use of en- G-P actually donated its swamp
A of the
meeting Downtown Progress vironmentally sensitive lands suchas property to the regional Suwannee
Committee (DPC) is set today the Santa Fe swamp. River Water Management Districtin
(Thursday Jan 3) at 3 p.m. in Harold Hill, president of the Santa October.

the ference Chamber of Commerce con- C. Fe Lake Dwellers Association who The county board was set to voteon
room. -- has headed the fight to preserve the the rezoning Nov. 5, 1984, but
The DPC meet last Thursday and swamp said to be environmentally subsequent delays were made to
attempted to start movement on sensitive thanked county commis- allow more land to be donated from
the mechanism for implementing a ." sioners for "...your effort in bringingthis the conservation district. Ronnie
special tax district for improvements rJf to a conclusion." Hill also thank Newman donated 45 acres and John
in the downtown area. ed Ronnie Newman for the land Odom III donated 114.6 acres in and
An appointment with city attorney ," donations of he, 45 acres, and John adjacent to the swamp. The county
Terry Brown will meet with the .' .
Odom III, 114.6 acres. wants to transfer that acreage for
j :, .M' ,
. DPC to help has been made for 3 'J> '. ,' The commission had postponed: a some land adjacent to the county
p.m. today. The committee is anx- .! vote on the CSV zoning district since Keystone landfill to the county to
ious to engage an engineer to draw April 1984 to allow property donors, enlarge its waste disposal site.
plans of the downtown street .
first Georgia-Pacific then Ronnie
decoration and to start movementon ) .'.' Newman, to secure tax advantagesby A Long Road..,
the bond issue funded by addi- ;: J"J.
arranging to give the swamp property
1Tht ,
tional property tax revenue on I to the state.It For over a year the county com-
downtown property owners involved ,. ,. has been almost four years since mission worked) on a mining or-
so money will be available to dinance.All .
Georgia-Pacific bought 5,316-acres
purchase parking areas. in the swamp for $2,024,100 in March along declaring he was no expert -
The committee is anxious that 1981 with intent of clearing the in mining law, county attorney
the downtown revitalization move- swamp and mining peat. The Santa Dudley Hardy got mining ordinances
ment doesn't loses its momemtum. from other counties versions -
Fe Lake Dwellers, headed by Hill
from and
) Georgia-Pacific
Tree Sale. .. ? organized in 1982 saying the swamp
Santa Fe Lake Association
.. Dwellers -
is valuable for the
.' a recharge source
and tried to with
come a
Dogwood and Red Cedar seedl- Floridan Acquifer, and thus environmentally up
compromise that would suit
ings will be on sale at five for $1 by .. sensitive. Mining
Club .. peat to a depth of 15 feet proposed by everybody.
the Green Acres 4-H this Fri- [' .
Now Problem law
4 Open,.. was writing a mining
>rrt G-P could affect the level of Santa
day and Saturday, Jan. 11-12, at the t that would control peat mining but
Cafeteria Fe Lake the Lake Dwellers'
Community State Bank. k manager Betty
leave other such
mining operations,
Sale hours are 3:30-6 p.m. Friday ''it Ifs j S Lynn, above, serves Bill Hodge Association claimed as Du Pont free to continue opera-
, and 9 a.m.-12:30: p.m. Saturday -.:'4 and Jennifer Magyarl another' tions.
i.. Tfhe Intent.. _
a ath >members of Mrs. LynaMelvin's .
k ?f -WUh mounting for the
Chambe.-.Neede "':"""' \.> burh gdorMaee' *rrBi; >*' -, 'in'ientcf the new zoning classificAvtipn county.commission pressure "to"'enaerTnln-'

Award Nominations... 8 + '' .d Third and fourth gradestudents is to protect 'the county's en- ing ordiance, county attorney Hardy
w eating at left, in the vironmentally sentive areas by en- removed himself from the case still
Each year the Starke-Bradford new cafeteria could talk normally couraging that such lands be used declaring his lack of) expertise in the
Chamber of Commerce honors a % without getting a reprimand for activities that do not) impair their area.
local outstanding humanitarian anda S.w from a teacher.In natural functions) such as ground The commissioners turned in July,
citizen-of-the Committee bottom photo, Superintendent water recharge, flood control and 1983 to Orange Park attorney John
The Awards of the Jim Duncan, Food Service pollution abatement. For example Kopelousos, a Bradford native, who
. Chamber is now accepting nominations Manager Dolores Morgan and population density is limited to one had been attorney for the Clay County
" for the two awards. If you 1 BE Principal Bill McRae proudly house in five acres. Normal farming zoning board for a number of
know of someone you feel deserv- ., ly show off the new cafeteria. operations are allowed. Prohibitedare year.. Kopelousos suggested a com-
ing of either or both awards, a BE is the last school in the coun- borrow pits, significant dredgingor bination of land use and zoning law.
Chamber Executive Mike Cooney ty get a new eatery filling of land, significant excavation Kopelousos said a combination of
asks that you write a list of or any industrial or commer- land use laws and a zoning
reasons, in narrative form why it cial use. classification prohibiting mining,
is believed the nominee should be f 'r 1 aw e Q Examples of allowable uses under but allows other uses would be most
considered. Nominations should be the CSV classification are golf fair, or non-discriminatory.
mailed to the Chamber of Com- courses archery or pistol ranges, Kopelousos stressed whatever the
merce office by Jan. 11. travel trailer parks, day camps, county commission did, it could not
The awards banquet, at the hunting or fishing camps riding or discrimate against any industry and
which the humanitarian and boarding stables, and home occupations have it hold up under a legal
citizen-of-the-year awards will be challenge.By .
made is set Jan. 26 In March 1984, the county commis- January, 1984 the Santa Fe
sion adopted a new law ordinance
Lake Dwellers Association headedby
II 111 number 84-1. establishing the con- Hill, was back before the county
Prayer Breakfast... \ servation zoning classification, in commission demanding action on a

The annual Kiwanis Club Prayer ::11111311 I. II I i2! t addition the classifications already on land use protection ordinance. A

Breakfast is set Wednesday, Jan. promise to pursue progress on the
16, from 7-8 a.m. in the FellowshipHall tti stalemated effort) was exacted by
More Areas Coming...
of the First United Methodist the Lake Dwellers Assoc. from Com
. Church in Starke. ... 'q : -- ; Monday's vote was to establish the missioner Lawrence Mosley then
Tickets $2,50 each, can be pur- ; __ 5,000-plus acre conservation district, chairman of the board.
chased from any Kiwanian George currently in and adjoing the Santa Attorney Kopelousos told the
Roberts Insurance or by phoningthe Fe swamp in SE Bradford County. board he saw nothing wrong with the
Chamber of Commerce Other areas including some areas amendment to the land use or-
9645278. around the 3-lake chain of Crosby dinance creating the new zoning

Speaker will be Dr. Paul Wagnerof Rowell and Sampson Lakes,are ex- classification, which was preparedby
Penny Farms a former pected to be added whenever the the North Florida Regional Plan-
Methodist Bishop of India and who county zoning board gets around to ning Council. In March, 1984 the new
has done mission work,in Nepal New Brooker Ele. Cafeteria in Use by StudentsBrooker it. ordinance number 84-1 was passed.By .
and in Maryland USA. early May 1984 Georgia-
Elementary students liked their new kids couldn't) talk that way in the old building, they had The Delays... Pacific agreed to conclude negotia-
Upcoming Meetings... cafeteria when they used it for the first time Tuesday, to be almost completely quiet. In April 1984, Georgia-Pacific, the tions with Bradford) County on the
Jan 8.One, Workmen moved BE into the new cafeteria Monday.The huge timber firm,bought the swamp swamp.
A school board workshop is set group of boys said they liked the new cafeteriabut serving went smoothly Tuesday. New Supt. Jim with the intent of mining peat for Both the swamp and the Santa Fe
Monday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. in the fuel for furnaces at its River, into which the swamp waters
the food wasn't as good as in the old cafeteria. Duncan and Food Service Director Dolores Morgan ate wood-burning
administration building. It will be Everybody from Principal Bill McRae down was pleased lunch at BE Tuesday. Palatka wood processing plant. flow were declared Outstanding
the first session for newly elected with the new building. Only think needed now is a Principal McRae said the roof is fixed. There were Georgia-Pacific officials asked the Florida Waters.
Supt.\ Jim Duncan. The regular commission to delay placingits G-P asked and was granted a
walkway connecting the new cafeteria-auditorium no leaks in a good rain last week. county
January school board meeting is with the main school building. Cost of the new cafeteria, based on the same layoutas land in the Santa Fe swamp into delay in establishing the CSV zoning
set Jan. 21.Starke at Hampton Elementary, is going to aproach the new conservation district while district, to give the company a
City Commission: meets Aide Sue Crawford said it was really quiet in the new $230,000, said Supt.Duncan. It will give every school in G-P made a new deal for its Santa chance to donate its Santa Fe
Tuesday Jan. 15, at 7:30: p.m. in normal tones. The Fe With the con swamp acreage to the state.
the Starke city hall. building with the students talking in the county a good cafeteria Duncan pointed out. swamo property

Rental Program Assistance Suspended... Downtown Renewal Sparks CentralTalk Starke Property Sales I

Due to the large number of ap- -
plicants presently on waiting lists of the downtown revitalization -A portion of Block 22 of the Properties Inc.. a subsidiary of The Hawkins to George and Margaret by Chuan: Chen from A. Patel at a
for federal rental assistance, the plan has apparently sparked a Original Town sold by H. G. Spingerto Bradford County Telegraph Inc. for Brown for 20000. cost of $140,000.Sale .
Florida Department of Community renewed interest in ownership ol John Ritland for 20100. 1125,000.
Affairs is temporarily suspendingthe property located in the central Sale by Betty Rogers to Mark of the Desert Isle Motel
acceptance of tenant applica- Starke area.Records The corner of Call and Walnut Purchase of the Old Hoover Kendall of the Kendall Telecom north of Lawtey by New Life Templeto
tions for the Section 8 Housing ) indicate that a large increase Sts. parcel, known as the old Brown Building corner of Cherry and Call munications Building for a price of Daned Inc. for$215,000.
Assistance Payments Program. has taken place in transfersof Building, sold by the Moline Na- Sts from George Ricks by Gene and $27,000.
The program is funded by the property in the downtown area, tional Bank to J. E. Milligan for Marian Long at a price of 9500.
Sale of
Crosley Manufacturing by
U.S. Department of Housing and Several other major commercialsales
with more sales occurring during 57000.
Urban Development. The funds are 1984 than in any year in recent Sale of the Bullington Store by in Starke in 1984 include: Gilbert Crosley to Mark Mullins for
allocated in Florida'by the Depart memory. The Florida Theatre sold by Eloise Starling to Tommy and $466,444.
ment of Community Affairs. Barkesdale Chastain for 17500. Sale by Steve Whitehead to Fried
The area had seemed to be settlinginto Theatres Inc. to Sparks Evelyn Sale of the Dewitt C. Jones
depression until the revitalization Theatre Inc. for $70,000. Chicken Factory of the restauranton
Funeral Homes Starke
in and
3-Rivers Relocates... US-301south at a price of$260,000.
emphasis was begun with the
Keystone Heights to Steve and Cindy
The sale of the Hotel Sale of the Olson) Building on
sales in the Magnolia
Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. following occurring Futch for 400000.
Paul To-Rena Motel
from Robert Durden to Magnolia South Walnut Street by Purchase of the
has relocated to the Bradford County year:
Guidance Clinic, in back of the

county Attorneys courthouse.will) be available to see Million Dollar Brooker Farm Tops List of LargSeveral <<<3 Acreage Salesa in County

prospective clients the second and
fourth Thursday of every month transactions occurred in chased by Sheldon A. Morris at a was donated to the Suwannee River prime mining area for the mineral panding holdings in the area over
from 9:30: 1\ a.m. Bradford County during 1984 that cost of 1 million dollars an. average Water Management District in a ilmenite, Dupont paid a total of the last several years, including
For additional information phone are in the large acreage classification. $861 per acre. non-cash transaction in 1984.E. $240.000 for the Control lands formerly owned by Floyd( Wig-
and Albert
Three Rivers Legal Services Inc. The transfer represents the I. Dupont de Nemours expanded Florida Pest and' gins (
in Gainesville at (904) 372-0519. Leading the list is the transfer of largest arms length transaction in it's holdings in the Lawtey area Chemical Co. purchased a total of Lewis Ayers sold 159 acres on
Please DO NOT phone the 1,160.45 acres in the area south of the county since the purchase of the during 1984 with the purchase of a 130 acres on the New River Swamp
Guidance Clinic, which will not) be Brooker formerly owned by Z. W. Sante Fe Swamp by GeorgiaPacificseveral total of 115 acres from several land from the Jacobsen Trust at a price of' (See Large Acreage..P.ZA

able to help with legal questions. Hamilton. The acreage was pur years ago. This property owners. Located on the Trail Ridge $50,800. Florida Pest has been ex-

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l>iKi 2A TKLKfiltAPII; January 10, IIMtltI : I

Commission r Told What's Expected in SFCC Starke, Center ,r ;;' '', ::': ;t' I I"I

don't want you to feel you'd Commissioner Maxie Carter pushed mark Insurance Agency, which did Roberts Agency. Commissioners, Also asked Clerk Brown to ask could be used on the work planned at
been neglected..''Guy Andrews, in- for progress on the writing of a not submit a bid on workman's Com- voted 5-0 In favor.In DOT what is has determined about Cypress! Hun on Sampson Lake
itiator of the effort to establish a new law to control the dumping of pensation. Commissioners ruled the other Jan.7 action,the commis- left-turn lanes on US-301 in front of where commissioners plan to build a
Starke Center for Santa Fe College 'sludge on Bradford lands, obviously bid required a package deal. All but sion: the courthouse. Discussions have boat! launching basin. ,
in the old 1902 courthouse, told the wanting to avoid a repeat of the one policy Workman's Compensation been had about designating US-301
Bradford County commissioners smelly stuff ,dumped on,a Lawtey expired at, 12:01 a.m. Jan. 8. Agreed to donate$500 toward the no-parking from the EconoLodgesouth Agreed to extend its Insurance
Monday, Jan. 7. farm which generated a Circuit: cour- Roberts said he could cover the veterans memorial to be place againon to SR-16. and having left-turn coverage to cover city firemen at the
Andrews told commissioners he is troom full of angry residents protesting county by then.Denmark's the point of Walnut Street at its intersection lanes in the middle of the road. scene of fires outside the Starke city
depending on Bradford County to: and expecting action from bid on auto insurancewas with US-301 south. City limits. Since the county now has a
the county. $18,900, $3,300 under Roberts' commissioner Charles Schaefer, -Accepted the resignation of Jim quick-response fire truck, the city
Donate $50,000 to the SFCC Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said $22,420. Denmark's bid on general 'who is'spearheading the project to Womack from the county zoning and county now have an agreement
Starke Center effort over the next the state prison asked if it can dump liability insurance was $31,513, build a new mount and refurbish the board. where each answers fires. City com
three years. He suggested that commissioners sludge on its property. Since the .almost$8,000 under Roberts'$31,513. WW-II cannon. missioner Charles Schaefer said the
budget for so much each county has no sludge ordinance, city beat the county quick response
year. Gaines said he turned the requestover Denmark argues the policies could Asked Clerk Gib Brown to ask truck to a fire at Michigan Ranch on
the County Sanitarian Darrell, ,have been split. Denmark said DOT what progress has been: made Heard a letter from the Florida ril-100 south. The insurance matter
Demolish the old jail, on the north O'Neal. Wednesday afternoon he's con- in turning SR-16, west to the state Department of Natural Resources was brought up because city
end of the old courthouse block. County attorney Dudley Hardy templating legal action against the prison, back to the state. The com- saying the county has $16,955 in fit man Cecil Crawford fell)) over a
said Gaines was supposed to get county for not accepting his lower mission has made such; a request, funds accrued from fishing license len 'in of firehose and stuck a nail
Demolish the buildings still stan- copies of ordinances from other bids on the two policies he bid on. DOT promised a traffic survey, but fees. L.M. Gaines read the letter under his kneecap, requiring
ding on the Lex Green family property counties. Gaines said he hadn't''' Denmark said he'd not had time to nothing,else had been heard. from DNR, and said the money medical attention. _

adjacent to the old courthouse.Be heart: a word."Somebody. get a workman's compensation bid ----- A ________._____ -..
do something," Com from an insurance firm. He said,
responsible for paving around missioner Carter told attorney Har however, he had no complaint about THE BRADFORD Dr. Leonard Schlofman
the area once the clearing has been dy. "You're putting it off on L.M. the time the bids were sent out, COUNTY TELEGRAPH
done. (Gaines) and he's putting it off on which was early November. Published Optometristand
you," said Commissioner Carter. Commissioners asked CPA Pat every' Thursday
Hardy told commissioners he can Farnsworth, who handled the bid w. Call Street and
get the copies of ordinance from 'opening, if the commission was required Starke, Florida 32091 Kevin McAuliffe
The City of Starke, Andrews said, other counties, and asked Gaines to take a package or if the Dr.
will be asked to work in areas of its which counties had sludge or- board could award it individually. Second Class postage paid at
expertise, such as electrical, dinances. Farnsworth wouldn't advance an Starke, Florida Eye Physician and Surgeon
lighting, plus give some cash. opinion. Commissioners said Farn-
Andrews expects detailed plans Insurance Bids... sworth went to seek an opinion from Subscription Rates: Are proud to announce the opening of their new
for the Starke Center to be ready in Commissioners awarded the bid County Attorney Dudley Hardy but In-trade
area: $10.Ob care center on US 301 South....
the near future and for a cost per year eye !
figureto on a 5-pohcy insurance package, in- he came back saying Hardy was in
be established, he told commis- cluding workman's compensation, court upstairs and didn't give an opi $5.50 six months Next to Norman's Market

sioners. general liability,and auto and equip- nion. Clerk Gib Brown and Commissioner I Outside Phone ((904)) 964.8076
area: $11 I
Over $400,000 has already been ment insurance, to George Roberts E.L. (Nook) Norman said per year
donated or promised to the SFCC Insurance Agency, only bidder to their impressions were the bid had $6.OO six months Office Hours: Monday Saturday by Appointment

Center effort. submit a complete package, for to be on the entire package.New -. --
$86,900. commissioner Wilbur Waters
Sludge Ordinance...'? Only other bidder was Ron Den- moved to award the bid to the

. Laura Harris is First Woman Mayor of LawteyConsented I OLD FASHION

Councilwoman Laura Harris was to give a letter to Ed Myra Rayfuse. Mrs. Phillips'request -
elected Lawtey's mayor- Grosse of Lawetey Apartments, had been advertised as required -
commissioner in a historic move by Ltd., stating the city would abolish ,
her fellow council members at their the right-of-way when the apart Approved signing of a lease with
regular' monthly meeting Monday ments bought a building permit. the Department of Corrections for BARGAINS
night, Jan 7. Grosse said the wheels are turning the old strawberry wharf on city property
Mrs. Harris is the first woman' to slowly and it will probably be to be used as a warehouse by --
be mayor of Lawtey. ",..weeks or months before we can Lawtey Correctional Institution The
Harris and Councilman Emmett start construction. We have had
our lease is for one year with the right to
Bright were sworn in Monday night. attorney contact the owner of the lease for an additional year.
Neither had opposition in the property and told them we wish to
December election. exercise our option on this stt
Harris just changed positions with properly." Subscribe to the
outgoing MayorCommissionerRobert -
Scott, making Scott the new bigned:: City Ordinance number ttr.
Water Department chairman and 61, which adds $1 to traffic fines i Bradford ,
Harris the new Police Dept:, which will come back to the Lawteyfor i County TelegraphP.O.
chairperson.Other committee heads educational purposes of the '
I ?4 P.O. Drawer A
remained the same: Buster Bennett Police Department. -I r:
streets; Marvin Rosier, finance,and -Granted permission for Mrs. r Starke Florida 32091
Bright, santitation. Jeanette Phillips to put a mobile RThe \ ,

In other Monday, Jan. 7, action, home on the lot between the present Hartford

the Lawtey council: Phillips house and the house of Mrs. loves mature ;3j t: p" Get one for yourself I Id

. Acreage I'
.e _. h ,._ ...." s'tN' i''I' 4' 1 at Price
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near Hampton Lake to Robert Hunt sold 98 acres south of If you're a driver age l''
Michael Adkins for $200,000. Graham on the Sante Fe River to J. 50 or older,The Hartford and for j
Morris Starling sold 134.16 acreson L. Hartlein for $165,000, including a can guarantee that one
the Sampson River near Grahamto mobile home and attachments. auto insurancewon't
Bradford Land and Cattle Co//, Larry Lafollette sold 65 acres with your be canceled just
owned by Ronnie Newsman and J.D. improvements located on Crawford have Your Friend at ,
because an
Odom, for $165,000. Road Ui Douglas Milne and others ala you
William. Andrews sold 160 acres on cost of $117,000. accident.What's more, .:

_ Legal NoticeNOTICE your your canceled insurance age or becauseof any won'tbe ,j 1/2 Price

OF''PROPOSEDAMENDMENT Clerk In the City Hall CREASING AMOUNT OF claims you file. Plus, .
OF OR- Starke Florida. On the PAYMENT TO RETIRANTS 'we offer generous discounts .
STARKE, all Interested PROVIDING A SAVINGS drivers with good
parties may appear CLAUSE IN THE EVENT .
and be heard with THAT ANY PORTION OF driving records.If '
NOTICE IS HEREBY' respect this proposed THIS ORDINANCE SHALLBE you're a mature NAME 1
GIVEN that the proposed Ordinance.AN DECLARED INVALIDIN driver and want qual-
Ordinance, whole title ORDINANCE ANY'COURT OF COM. ity protection,specialrates .
hereinafter appears, will AMENDING CHAPTER 17 PETENT JURISDICTIONSO and lifetime renewable ADDRESS .
be considered for final OF THE CODE OF OR- THAT THE REMAIN-
enactment on the 15th DINANCES CITY' OF ING PORTIONS HEREOF auto Insurance .......... I I
ask for
day of January, A.D.; STARKE FLORIDA BY' SHALL NOT BECOME IN- coverage, CITY. I .
1985. at the City Commission REVISING SECTION 17.31 VALIDATED; PROVIDINGAN auto insurance from
Meeting commencing CITED AS VOLUNTARY' EFFECTIVE DATE. The Hartford Call our 1 :
at 7:30 p.m., In RETIREMENT AND SEC- By: TERENCE M. agency today. STATE ZIP
the City Hall, 209 N. TION 1733. CITED AS BROWN, TOMLINSON Don't make a decision
Starke,' Florida. A copy MANDATORY' Call Street Starke, on
of sold Ordinance may RETIREMENT OF Florida. insurance without a
be Inspected by any POLICEMEN AND ltchg 1/10 quote from us. NAME
member of the public at FIREMEN AT AGE 55; IN
the Office of the City HODDESInsurance ADDRESS

Agency '

964-4571 CITY

'101A Edwards Road STATE ZIP, "'/


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Maxie Carter Jr. Named Chairman of County CommissionCommissioner I

Maxie Carter Jr. nominated Norman. Everybody on Republican challenger in the and Emergency Services
was named 1985 chairman of the the board except Wilbur Waters General Election. Waters lost a Chairman Carter named commis-
county board Monday Jan. 7,in the has been chairman since Carter hadthe close race to Hart in 1980 but tried sioners to oversee the followingareas
annual reorganization session. post. again in 1984 and won. :
Commissioner E.L.Nook( ) Nor- Newly elected District 5 commis- The board reappointed Road Road Department E.L. (Nook)
man Jr.was elected vice-chairman. sion Wilbur Waters took his seat on Foreman J.B. Crawford Zoning Norman. Running the Road Dept. is
Commissioner E.W. Hodges 1984 the board which he won by Director L.M. Gaines, Communications the busiest assignment of the coun-
chairman nominated Carter. Commissioner defeating incumbent Homer Hart in Director Jerry Thompson, ty.Fire
Lawrence Mosley a Democratice primary and County Surveyor M.G. McMillan, Dept.,Lawrence Mosley.Video .

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attorney Richard Welty was elected 1985 president of StarkeBradford S
I Chamber of Commerce at the Jan. 3 meeting of the board of
governors.Steve .
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i In photo are (1-r) Chamber manager Mike Cooney and the newly
i elected officers: Richard Welty, president; Steve Denmark, vice- .
I president, and Steve Flitch, treasurer.
New members elected to the board of governors are Carolyn Autry, f. Concepts
I Steve Futch L.M. Gaines, S.L. Peek Jr., Scott Roberts, and Bruce
' Outgoing president J.E. Tomlinson will be immediate past presidentand r Bradford Square U.S. 301 South Starke
hold a seat on the board of governors.The .'
new officers and directors will be officially Installed the annual : 964.6946
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hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. A meal of back-wrapped steak filets will be ::
I served at 7 p.m. Banquet chairperson Evelyn Womack asks membersand .,.'
guests to buy tickets from a Chamber member or the Chamber of- "I.
fice.stated.The committee will not bill for tickets this year Mrs. Womack {1 Membership Fee No DepositRENTALS

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'. f :' k) Providence, on Road-238 west of Lake Dr. Davis, and James Turner. Mr. J.T. tt

t Butler, is believed by some to be the second Turner is the postmaster." tj
oldest settlement in Florida. Accor- -

1 '- ding to some accounts,soon after the founding Providence early became a rich farmingarea .....
: of St. Augustine in 1565 a band IIr with large plantations of long staple
4 Spaniards set out for Santa Fe, New Mex. cotton, tobacco, and the usual food crops.A John D. Harden was one of the early car-
t ico, in search of gold. Traveling west large cotton gin was operated in the riers. He experienced great difficulty in
through the wilderness of interior Florida, village for many years until the boll weevil delivering the mail during the rainy
they encountered warlike Indians in the destroyed cotton as a commercial crop season when New River was often flooded
i area now called Providence and fought during the World War I period. and hazardous to cross in the days before
: several skirmishes, delaying their modern bridges.

journey. It is believed the Spaniards remained According to Mrs. Summers, there wereno
in the area while growing a crop to One of the Beat Farming schools at Providence for many years
replenish their food supply before continu-
and the only instruction available was provided
ing on their Journey. This may have been by private teachers. There were
i the beginning of the settlement called Providence AreuH In Florida several churches in the area, including the
+ 1 ', .1nn which was in the western of
t S part old Providence Baptist Church on Olustee
Bradford County before the division that Creek, and a church at Fort Call about four
created Union County in 1921. According to Mrs. Edith Summers, a miles southeast of the settlement.Mrs. .

According to Webb's "Historical, Industrial retired school teacher and long-time resident Summers related that Providencewas

4+n and Biographical Florida", of the area, Charles P. Summerallwas once the county seat of Columbia
however Providence was settled about the born at Benton's Ferry in the northern County, which at one time included the
year 1830, by newcomers from Georgiaand part of Columbia County and moved to area that now comprises Bradford, Union,
South Carolina looking for good land at Providence with his parents at a very ear and Baker Counties.
Act.? ." ;, a cheap price.In ly age. His father was a blacksmith and
the family lived at Providence until he was Providence, while still a part of western
his directory, published in 1885, Webb 11 years old, when they moved away. Bradford County, was hard hit by the so-
reported that "Providence is situated near Charles Summerall graduated from West called "Big Storm" of 1896. This was a hur-
Olustee Creek, 15 miles from Lake City, Point in from the at Cedar
Military Academy and, upon the ricane that came gulf
from it be
which reached
place can by retirement of Gen. John J. Pershing, he Key and devastated a wide swathe across
hack at of
an expense $1.50. Fare from was made Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army.He the state to Fernandma Many homes were
Out of The Past.... Lake City to Jacksonville by rail is $3.20. later became superintendent of The lost, as well as churches schools, and
Early tenant cabin on the road to Pro idence thai has now been replaced by more modern From a population of 50 before the war, it Citadel military school at Charleston S.C. thousands of pines, oaks, and other trees.
structures.Split rail fences, as seen in foreground are still popular Ith owners of suburbanhyvmes. has increased to 200. Three hundred and remained in that post until his death.
families have mail coming to this office (in His Pat Summerall Although of ancient origin, Providencehas
son, is the well-known
1885). television never grown beyond a village and has
sports announcer. never been incorporated. However, the
"There are good water powers on Other well-known natives of the Providence farming community and the villages are
Olustee Creek and the Santa Fe River is
area were the late Col. W.T. closely settled and associated, and a finer
navigable up to the Natural Bridge, eight Weeks clerk of the court in Bradford agricultural location is probably not to be
miles.The settlers of late from
Louisiana, and North and years South Carolina. County for many years, and the late found in Florida. The rolling terrain,
Eugene S. Matthews, publisher of The mammoth shade trees, old and new churches
The institution of learning is the Providence
Telegraph from 1893 to 1933, who was also and many attractive homes combineto
V High School. Co!. W. Ives,who settled
create a pleasant setting.
in state
prominent politics.In
here in 1840, is now deceased. The prominent
4I men of the community are Col. the early days, mail was delivered Providence also has a well equipped fire
W.T. Weeks, G.W. Clyatt A.C.Odom, F.C. from Starke by carrier on horseback to the department that would be a credit to towns
Pittman. Samuel W. Lamb, Dr. Wachope, then existing post office in Providence. many times its size.

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Merry Christmas- Ho Ho!
God most assuredly will bless those who take time to celebratethe
birthday of Jesus, during the Christmas season.
"Set" ... .
Come Spell.
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Perhaps that should be enough for some who have gone beyondthe t
that dolled n 'hr.'.r -s i i'v rtmbling !structure
Typical or "gt'nt'ralstores" once
call of duty to light a little corner of the world with colorful
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that was shopping and "socializing center" o l'ro\iik-nce ill bvb. \ears. Note Mooden shapes and forms.
here tired customers could rest and chat after a walk into town
benches and chairon porch
Nay-no, naught is not enough for the city to do in the case of
from the farm. Mrs. Louise Ward and her sister,.Mrs. Allean Moore.

Now city commissioners, we're not talking a lot of bucks here.
Perhaps you could just endorse the project and allow locals to
kick in the $200 necessary to offset the sparkles and glow.
Opinion and Commentary Mrs. Ward says it adds about $100 a month and she keeps them 1
burning about 60 days.
Need we point out other noteworthy projects undertaken by the LiT
city which produce good cheer for a few costing more cash than ,
this to the taxpayer.
Perhaps a poll could be gathered to determine whether the -wj'

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It's the thought that counts. So can we count'on the city rathers'to e
add a little assistance to the cost of the attraction at Orange
Insures Success of Garage Sale and Pratt streets which drew so many viewers during the

Seldom, if ever, has there been such a Less than a month remains before the

show of volunteer support for a com- sale starts on February 7, continuing for Santa's Helpers...

munitywide project than was seen at four days and climaxing with an auctionon At right: Mrs. Louise Ward and her daughter Joyce Barton

meetings held here Saturday and Mon- Sunday afternoon, Feb. 10. All pose with Santa Claus on their elaborately lighted lawn that attracted .

day to finalize plans for the Big (SantaFe volunteers are asked to meet at the Old hundreds of sightseers to the corner of Pratt and Orange

Starke Center) Garage Sale to be Courthouse at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, Streets during the Christmas season.

held at the Old Courthouse, Feb. 7, 8, 9, for an all-day session of sorting, pricing, ,

10. and arranging items for the sale. It is

The turnouts were attended by more asked that all persons planning to

than sixty representatives of various donate items for sale bring them to the

boards civic clubs youth organiza- Old Courthouse as soon as possible.
County Agent's Notebook by BobbyL.Talur
tions, and interested individuals, all en- CoulltyExtt'lIsioll\gt'lIt -
Unified efforts such as this to bring a
thusiastic and eager to do their part to
help raise funds for this "once-in-a- community together, exchanging ideas

lifetime" effort to bring a wider scope of and contributing objects and efforts to set buds as days become shorter, prun-
educational and cultural opportunity to toward a common goal -- especiallywhen If you received a potted poinsettia for Transplanting Poinsettiaswhere ing after September 10 may reduce flower
the goal is one which will play an Christmas, your enjoyment of this attrac- production.
the citizens of Bradford County of exposed to extra illumination from
tive plant need not end with the holidays.Don't Poinsettias will grow in a wide of
every age.It important part in improving the com- throw it away! With a little extra porch, window, or street lights, it may soils: sand, muck, and clay, but range they do

munity, educationally, aesthetically, care, and a bit of luck, a gift poinsettia'slife never bloom.In need fertilizer. Apply a complete, balanced -
was especially gratifying to see and culturally. Such projects also pro- can be extended for many seasons to late winter or early spring, after analysis mix, such as 6-6.6, three timesa
that in addition to the "old familiar" blooming is over and the danger of frost is
vide an outlet for those who are in- come. year when growth starts in the Spring,
faces of those who can be counted on to terested in community betterment and All too often, we give up on potted passed, poinsettias should be pruned backto again in June, and finally in the late Fall,
in worthwhile civic poinsettias once they've lost their colorful within 12 to 18 inches of the ground. Ifthey've after the bracts have set. This last
help any project, welcome to their application -
an opportunity express bracts. been frozen, you may have to cut
However, it's relatively easy to promotes large bracts with
there was a substantial number of com- interest in a tangible even lower to get to live wood. To insure showy col-
way. save poinsettias from one Christmas to the or. Apply Ha pounds of 6-6-6 100
paratively "new faces" who have mov- next by planting them in your home land- compact, showy plants at flowering time, feet each time you fertilize.per square
ed into the community in recent years. Whether as a contributor or a scape. Before discussing outdoor planting.I'll poinsettias should be pruned several times If you wait until danger of frost has
volunteer worker or both, the Santa Fe during the growing season. Each time new pass-
By their presence they showed an briefly review the proper care of ed, transplant poinsettias to a location
eagerness to do their part in helping College Starke Center Garage Sale pro- poinsettias while they're still in your growth reaches a length of 12 inches, it from artificial light. Water and protected fertilize i
should be cut or pinched back,leaving four
vides a great opportunity for everyoneto house. it properly, and until
prune regularly
Starke and Bradford become
County an leaves on each shoot. This operation
Poinsettias especially sensitive to Fall. It I
are early should
have the satisfaction of doing reward you with
even more attractive and satisfying extremes of heat and cold, as well as sud- should be continued until about September another beautiful burst of color next ''I
place in which to live. Their help is sore- something positive to improve the com- den temperature changes. So, keep your 10, but no later. Because poinsettias begin Christmas. ,

ly needed and we welcome their will- munity. potted plant away from hot air vents cold "

ingness to contribute their time and ef Why not get involved NOW! windows, and doorways where
temperatures fluctuate rapidly.'Alsoavoidoverwatering. Wood-burning Technology
fort. A thorough soaking once a i
; week should be sufficient. Keep poinsettiasin
a brightly lighted area, but never in Providing Energy for UCIby

I Know Who You're Dealing WithThe direct sun.
Once gift poinsettia starts to fade
your I
chipped wood, but currently it is burning
for David Norton
after the holidays, you can prepare it
transplanting, keeping if in a protectedarea Bradford County Forester dirty pine and hardwood chips from prt't t
tor" always finds something wrong. commercial thinnings, road rlght- -
annual winter invasion of until the danger ()frost has passed. < ,
The Union Correctional Institute has clearings, and sawmill residues.
itinerant "snowbirds", out to bilk unsuspecting The experience of a 78-year-old During this period,the poinsettia should be taken an old technology and put it to use on Currently one boiler is in operation

homeowners is now under- Jacksonville man is typical of many of allowed to dry and become dormant. a low-cost heating system. utilizing approximately 60 tons per day of
it from
way. these cases. He was sitting on the porchof Water it just enough to keep drying Burning wood to make steam for energyor chipped fuel. On a tour of the system I
heating sounds innovative, but the idea learned that once piping is
and out.When to
his home when two men to outside
up ready plant carefully
has been around for years.With the advent up the Florida State Prison section
The Duval County Consumer Affairs offered to inspect his roof finding, of consider its placement, relative to the of inexpensive petroleum products that we then both boilers will be functioning con-
office reports at feast 1,000 victims, course, that it needed "sealing". The amount of light received in the area where have seen in this country until a decade currently.The .

most of them elderly people who live blind homeowner gave his permission, you place. it. Poinsettias will are set"short buds in day"plants. the ago,wood fires systems have been feasible temperature produced to heat water
This they
alone, have been cheated out of and the men proceeded, using a black if the daily period of light they only for large scale energy production. usually runs at 125 degrees, but the system
faced is
: of dollars in the two receive During the 1970's this nation capable of 350 degrees if more steam is
thousands automobile
past substance that looked like is relatively short.' If planted petroleum product shortages and rising necessary.A .

months by traveling con men, who flock undercoating, and presented their vic prices.Wood-fired systems such as the one drawback that was once believed a
': to Florida when frigid weather strikes tim with an invoice for $1,550, which he KLPOA DirectorsTo installed at UCI during 1983 rekindled a detriment to wood-fired systems was how

f the North. paid. He later found out that the men SaturdayThe success story overlooked because of past to get rid of the high volume of residue ash
substandard material whicha Meet low fossil fuel costs and technology gearedto material that was expected. This system
had used
,; The approach is usually the same. legitimate a roofer said would soon dry Board of Directors of the Kingsley fossil UCI fuel two utilization.At wood-fired. boiler units have under 55-gallon full drum production of powdery-fine yields less than ash one per

The homeowner answers a knock at the out in the sun and crack "like a dry Lake Property Owners Association will been installed to operate concurrently, if day. How's that for efficient burning? If
I door and finds a seemingly friendly and river bed". meet Saturday, Jan. 12, at 10 a.mAn the necessary, each boiler capable of produc- that's not enough, checking the boiler's
often well-dressed person who offers to Civic Center.All members are welcome to ing 30,000 pounds of steam for heating and stack you may have trouble finding it,

I re-roof the house, paint the exterior or These itinerant "repairmen" do not attend. cooking, and having future potential for because only a fine mist of powdery white
I siding always prey on city dwellers. They also self-sustaining electrical production. Cur smoke can be seen. And the ash will be
cover it with aluminum or pave travel the highways and byways, rently the cost of this heat at UCI Is approximately spread on cleared planting sites if they
i the driveway all at a bargain price. rural and there have $30,000 per month as opposedto ever get enough to load up one dump truck.
throughout areas, $80,000 per month for a gas or liquified This success story has been brought
to inspect
They start by asking permission instances of similar fraudsin
i been many f petroleum system. about almost entirely 'through efforts of
the house and give an, estimate on Bradford County. The best protectionthat The big advantage of the wood-fired SillS.rdwhroder' forester, and Joey

:--l needed repairs (free of charge, of.i' a homeowner has to prevent being system at UCI is the easy access to and boiler supervisor for PRIDE.

\ ;' course). Since inspection doesn cost swindled is to refuse to do business with .Most dentist now agree that the availability of the energy scarce. Encircl-of (Prison)Rehabilitative. and Diversified industries -
UCI Is approximately 10,000 acres By promoting this
.i' anything, the homeowner usually gives strangers who come a-knocking at the earth came into being 7 to IS billion some of the best slash pine cites in NE have forest products and forestry product, they
:.. and, of course, the "mspec- of for them
permission door. years .q Florida. This boiler will burn any type utilizing a renewable resource.Page .


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Tammy Sue Volkots and Joel Stalnaker .. '

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Marry Dec. 22 in Home Ceremony I v

e Club News Gladys Mooty, e Weddings
Notices Social Editor '
Tammy Sue Volkots, daughter of street-length dress with avnecklinet the tiers and bride -Church Items .
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Mr. and groom on 964-7608
Mrs John Volkots of
carrying a blue rose with top, flanked .
Tupelo, Miss., and Joel Gawaine white and blue lace streamers. with red silver candleholders -- JJ
Stalnaker, son of Elizabeth The bride blue'triacetate Mrs.Priscilla Ken-
wore a white and ney, sister of the
groom, and Mrs.
Stalnaker of and James
Starke and
de chine street-
crepe Becky Tilley, cousin of the Earl D. Conner of Starke.
Stalnaker of San Marcos, Texas, length dress with a v-neckline and cut the cak". groom Both of Bradford Carol Anne Sutton,
are graduates
were united in Dec. 22 at
marriage peplum waistline. She carried a
7:30: p.m. at the home of Joel's cascade bouquet of white roses, lily The punch table was covered witha High Mathews School. Terrie is employedwith William P. ShannonTo
Services and
grandmother, Mrs. J.G. Jackson, of the valley and baby's breath with red tablecloth and held a crystal Randy is employed Poultry with E.I.DuPont Wed Jan. 19
725 S. Gills rson St., with Rev. lace streamers.The punch bowl. On each side were red deNemours Co.
Robert performing the nup- wedding bouquet and corsages silk Christmas flowers with red The wedding,which will be held at Mrs. W.F. Sutton of Keystone
tials. were made by Sue Tilley,aunt candles. Three trays of hors Pine Level Baptist Church, is planned Heights announces the engagementand
The couple stood in front of of the .
groom.A d'oeuvres were also centered at the for Friday, March 8, at 7 approaching marriage of her
15-candle arch and green fern ball reception followed with the front of the table. Presiding at the '" All friends and relatives are In- daughter, Carol Anne, to William
with red and white poinsettias and Christmas color scheme of red and punch bowl were Mrs. Pamela vited to attend. Patrick "Billy" Shannon, son of Mr.
asparagus fern highlighting the white. Don Tilley, uncle of the Johnson, sister of the groom, Mrs. and Mrs.R.J.Shannon,II,of Starke.
groom, photographed the weddingand Cynthia Box and Mrs.Robin Osborn, The wedding will be an event of
Nuptial music and a solo was provided Mrs. Julia Alvarez, aunt of the cousins of the groom. Saturday, Jan. 19, at 7:30: p.m., at
by Guy Stalnaker, brother of groom, made the wedding cake. Carol Denise Flynn, the Community Church in Keystone
the groom. Guy also attended his The bride's table was covered witha Heights.The .
brother as best man. red tablecloth. The threetieredcake The bride and groom will be living Stuart StricklandTo bride-elect is a 1983 graduateof
Phyllis Stalnaker, sister of the was decorated in red and white in Charleston,S.C.,where the groom t R4 Wed Jan. 19 Keystone Heights High School
groom,served as maid of honor.She using doves, silk Christmas flowers, is stationed with the Navy aboard ? !' i The bridegroom-elect graduatedfrom
was attired in a blue triacetate and a Christmas angel separating the USS Polk.I Carol Denise Flynn and Stuart Bradford High School) in 1982.

Lynn Mathews Strickland will ,be united in marriage All friends and relatives are in
Handy Conner Saturday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. in vited to attend.

Old Courthouse Garage Sale Terrie Lynn Mathews, with the Kingsley a reception Lake following Baptist Church in the

I Randy D. Conner church Fellowship Hall. Vera M. Dyal
The bride-elect is the daughter of Larry B. Cohen
Plan March 8 WeddingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Flynn and
Gets Communitywide Support the bridegroom-elect is the son of Marry January 6
and Mrs. Lea ton A. Mathews, Frow W. Strickland and the late
Sr. of Starke announce the engage- Elizabeth Strickland, all of Kingsley Vera M.Dyal and Larry B. (Cohen
Sixty-five enthusiastic volunteer sale. Receipts will be given for itemsof ment and approaching marriage of Lake both of Starke, were united in mar
Workers have Joined forces to substantial value in order that the their daughter,Terrie Lynn, to Ran- All friends and relatives are in- riage Sunday,Jan 6,at 10'15 a.m in
finalize plans and promote the Big donor may obtain credit for gift on dy D. Conner, son of Mr. and Mrs. vited to attend. Haines City.

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project Myrna Lou Rahn, : MAKE THAT
At an organization meeting Saturday :
Guy Andrews was elected Center,Garage Sale. William David Hurse
chairman; Anita Rink, vice chair Wed Jan. 4
man; and Desta Dyal, treasurer.The Hospital Beds $100 : e

second meeting was held Mon Twenty-four hospital beds, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Rahn of SPECIAL DA Y. 9e
day at the Western Steer Steak donated to the Starke Center,are be- Starke announce the marriage of
House and was attended by ing placed on sale at$100 each,priorto their daughter, Myrna Lou, to D B D ;
representatives of virtually every the Garage Sale in February. The William David Hurse, Jan. 4.
organization in the community. beds are now stored at the Old Courthouse The bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Among those present were the and arrangements to pur- Ethel Hurse of Lake Butler and the : SOMETHING TO REMEMBER :
American Legion and Auxiliary, chase may be made by calling late W.D. Hurse.
Kiwanis Club,Rotary Club,Humane 9645213. Both the bride and
Society, Disabled American Over 300 wooden seats from the graduated from the University groom of t.I 9
Veterans and Auxiliary, Senior Old Courthouse will also be sold Florida and both are by
Citizens, Woman's Club, Junioret- prior to the Big Garage Sale in sets the School Board of Bradford employed Coun- Let us assist with .
tes, Home Economics Department, of two for $25, or'$l0 each in large you your... t.I
4-H Clubs and Extension Service,City quantities. The seats have already ty.The couple will reside in Starke. .
of Starke, Bradford-Union Boardof been refinished.
Realtors, schools and churches.In I Invitations
addressing the group, Dr. Bernard Final Day AuctionAn e

McFadden,who has headed the automobile donated by a local Microwave Cooking q\ 9
present SFCC Center since its car dealer will be auctioned off on Classes OfferedThe .
establishment at Bradford High the final afternoon of the sale, Sunday Napkins
School in 1977, said that during this
Feb. 10. All items from the sale Extension Ser- y
Cooperative I
period more than 1,600 BHS that have not been sold by that time '
vice is
class in basic
graduates have been enrolled in at will also be auctioned.It microwave offering a This is e Bride's Bookr' t : ) 1
cooking. a great ,
least one class at SFCC. He is also expected that several opportunity to learn to use that oven ; D I
predicted that the enrollment rate other cars and at least one boat and for Christmas.
you got Participantsmust o Jt J4 I
would be at least double after the "
motor be offered during the
and fee will
pre-register, a $5
establishment of the full
two-year Garage Sale. be charged to cover the cost of food. 0 Garters '; s'p
college course in the 1902 Bradford All persons interested in the suc- Classes will be held at the Brad- 4
County Courthouse. cess of this sale are asked to search ford County Agricultural Center on

4"ir. hp"ertritelatenrufeelaaWe Jim Duncan new ;''IIII1d'Countyr +?martftWerdrlsfno their premises and donated bring all to the usable Old Jan.p.m. 21, 28, and February 4 at. 7:30 0 Place Cards .. ., ., _.. ..
Starke Center would mean a great Courthouse '?
as soon as possible, in For more information, call
advance for higher education in order that they may be processed for 964-6280, ext. 284.
Bradford County and would extend I & Mats
the educational scope offered locallyto
include kindergarten to 14. Col- 4o n

lege not only extends the student's You Invited to HearDr. 1 1
education, but also broadens his or are 0 Champagne
her life,socially and culturally,Dun- he
can said. I
Chairman Andrews announcedthat Glasses el
all volunteers are asked to meetat Bill Rice Ill ( tI / : I
the Old Courthouse at 9 a.m.Tues- l/
day,Jan. 15, for a Work Day to start Cake
sorting, pricing, and arranging articles f.f. Knives
that have already been +
brought in for the sale. thru f.I s
Sunday Friday
The Old Courthouse will be open 0 Ring Bearer's I
each Tuesday, Thursday,and Saturday
in January, from 10 a.m. to 3 January 13.18 j
p.m., to receive items for the sale. e Pillow I
Persons who wish to have donations Special I Musics'Nursery / I
picked up at their home may call 9 -. I I
vice.964-6073 or 782-3518 for pick-up ser Provided I I I I I oe

Bank Funds Set UpIt e !

was brought out at the Monday THE'I I
meeting that everyone in the county
should be given an opportunity to
have a part in financial support of Dr. Bill Rice III I
the Starke Center to the extent of OFFICE i
their ability, large or small.
Therefore, arrangements were Pine Level Baptist Church SHOP pe
made to set up special funds at two
local banks to receive such dona- 3 miles West of Starke on Highway 100 I I 4
tions. 1 110 W. Call I St.
Anyone wishing to assist in this Roman Alvarez Pastor
way may contact the Customer Service 10:00 6:00 M n.Fri 7:30 964-5764 I i
Representative at the Florida Sunday : am, : pm. pm .t
National Bank or the CommunityState "Every Service Interpreted for the Deaf" Storke Fla.
Bank and make deposits to the f.
account of Santa Fe Community Col- ...
lege Endowment Corporation Starke
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i I'ageiA T.I..(.RAPII January 10.19KS

Doyle PerformAt RobertsonTo ; I I I I

G Pine Level, Church riT7 1

Doyle Robertson, who sings and
h i \i S Yd" h, xr plays the trumpet, will be in chargeof ,
n all the music for the upcoming ,,a t I
.y revival at Pine Level Baptist
: Church. Special music will be
presented by the church choir the y
Bill Rice Revival Trio, as well as I
vocal and trumpet solos by Doyle.
The young children of Dr. Rice and
Doyle Robertson will also be singing -
This group is known as the
"Rice Krispies'r.Revival
services at Pine Level
I Baptist Church will be Sunday morn-
''i ') diau y, ing, Jan. 13 through Friday night
Jan. 18. Pastor Roman Alvarez and Robertson
t Doyle
the membership of the church ex-
tend an invitation to all to attend.

Did You Know .. . . '. . . .- .- .- ._ .. _. .- .- -. -. -. -. -- -- -_..

Mr. and Mrs.James O'Brian spent Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Peters of
New Years with her parents, Mr. Kingsley Lake were called to La-
; and Mrs. Robert Barksdale, in Hum- mont, Fla. Wednesday of last week
I 1 f bolt, Tenn. and then went to the by the sudden death of his mother
Smoky Mountain' National Park fora Mrs. Ellen Peters, 93, whose funeralwas

few days vacation. Friday in Lamont. _

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I: 'I ''I," 'M"W iJijt li t- as Js.... "' 'iij1 ?' CIo J Q;' ,,"',,,,'-"' -"'--"'''''''''----'_i .. ." -".-
Attending the BUS Class of'49 reunion were (left I to right) first row: Patsy Alma Leta Dyal Sparks Vrrnesline Cox Kelly Margaret Dyal Lewis, Ruth
Hall Phillipii. Inez Green Faulk, Minnie English Maner, Jackie Strickland Sibley Johns, Audrey Moore Kite, Barbara Moore Casey.
Selple. Julia Taibi Grlffls. Maggie Manning Anderson Ruth Grlffls Scott. Information leading to the arrest and pro-
Georgia Stanley Wolfe, Vivian McRae Harley Martha Horne Williams and Third row: (left to right) Drew Keddish. Lewis llaines, Carl Edwards
Norma Sweeney. Clifton Griffis EUlridge Hayes. George Roberts Raymond Howe, Dan secution of person or persons taking this dog.
Second row: (left to right) Alma Thomas Outlaw, Janet Anderson Turner, Priest Jimmy McRae. George( Winkler Kenneth Grlder, Harvard Hazen
Betty Ann Flynn Phillips, June Caldwell; Edwards, Edith Fowler Melvin, Spencer Crews, Gene Kelly John (Carter Euston Norman. The dog answers to Buster and disappearedfrom

Flume Road, between Hwy 16 and 230,

I 38 Class Members Attend BHS Class of '49 35th ReunionThe I dirt road by Alligator Creek

If you have information....
Bradford High School Class of 1949 held its 35th class reunion Satur- Barbara Casey,chairman, welcome ed the classmembers and guests. Drew n
day Dec. 29,at the Starke Golf and Co untry Club with 38 class members pre- Reddish and George Roberts were Masters of Ceremony. Each class Call
sent. Miss Delia Rosenberg, V.R. Fe rguson, and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbswas member and guest were introduced. T hey brought everyone up to date on the
were special guests.A happenings in their lives Members o f the football team, the boys and girlss
social hour from 6:30 t07:30: p.m. 1 followed by a steak dinner. The in- basketball teams and the cheerleader were recognized
dividual tables were covered with red cloths and decorated with red candles,*,!I Much reminescing was enjoyed byConnla ,all present 964-6646

holly\ and greenery. the 1984 Miss North Florida National
L _
Couple HonoredAt Teen-Ager, will crown the new queen. __ .
The reigning Miss National Teen-
AtlMOUNCI' Surprise Parties Ager is Kimberly Norris of Idabel, .
Oklahoma, who received $50,000 in W.
Richard and Judy Bateman of and awards N iFiYd9e w gk 9bStMR0 N9frSW AAW7 MJSSW S3k18N
prizes including a $10,000 f lI& "hcM war1/ 1dhr&I/Ii'l/M/ #i.71/6V/1.W.I'6'1/MIA'l/I6 ll yk/!IIiIl&g! 1ljjW4
Gainesville were recently honored cash scholarship. W WiliY WII/t1/I//I' a/n7 / 'li/fi /nYlN IfI'Wllt tlliiiIfWAW.i : /
Melanie Ann Bradley at three surprise parties for the up- Each contestant in the regional W/I,71'1/lt1 : .f/I ,It. rob i"'I.1"ti wJJ"qh1JIM i.MWhIl&W'IIIIilI
coming birth of their daughter, pageant participates in the Volunteer ,f1",1 'II IllTl}' 'liIIlllh1YIh'W !
Mildred and John Bradley of Elizabeth. Community Service program of the .iltS' lJrAIlTM: /R'A'lJ' 6R' J/f/1//I'I/, 'Jdll rMf' #A7IM.itlJJ74,1
Lawtey announce the birth of a The first was held Nov. 2 for Mrs. t National Teen-Ager Pageant. This / s ,",., V/I.lIirif:
daughter, Melanie Ann, born Bateman at the Hampton City Hall ''?' f '. '
teenagers '
encourages !
program /'lil.l9ilWr.1j-a 1J ;! t'lJtlJ. W1/HWl.Y/lh1/
J January .:' '. which carried out a "Happy Labor participate in school and civic affairs.A "I,.. I.. ,1'J.l.t. ..t" .. ,.. "''''I. ,.J :;
Day" theme. Three games were is 1W'I//lWIl7I///.i71MIAIWWl! 1/Ii7q; $ Ii$ rlIfiiI/AW//U/fIW"/b .' iV/l.r/A ;YfAII&JI1KIi1//.1; : ;
mini-modeling charm course rNA M I/Iiw//'lf .WiJ71A1i. liIa Y VjIjIii.'II1WIIAIWIiIMlihlIliWjlUIh/ 1
Elizabeth Ann Bateman played and prizes awarded.The taught during the pageant. Con- 7aNt VI/I,1//AV/I.waW/VjIlWI/Ii' Wl#Wyl" '1I/61/1i1IWII.W.WI/Ii'lll/w)1.; AIII&IIiWa
hostesses presented a car seat testants will be judged on scholastic r&7/IH'l/lA b7l//,1/Ii/1/6'$71a/l /WM7IiwV/I.IWW V/I.
Richard and Judy Bateman of to the honoree as a memento of the ar 64yay6PYYFdNHtiY V/I.YHUy HbPHlih h1/W/EStSYitSSt
acheivement leadership, poise, .
per- rs /!/aasl/ v atu'/ vH'+ vsaarwv :((1RI
Gainesville announce the birth of a occasion. ] sonality and appearance. There is no rtrtSSSnSHo. 7I//,Wl uSStMS(/.!f Y/Ih
daughter, Elizabeth Ann born Dec. On Dec. 5, Mr. Bateman was sur swimsuit competition. Talent may be II&MIiIIt'/'IiMlllmI",1//!//; 'eW' Z9rtes' lill&YUf 11&4'm1IM
31 at J, Hillis Miller Health Center in his co-workers at the I/IAW.HI'ItW WAWAWMlItv/MIIi "
prised by
presented at the option of the participant .'lll.iWqva 1//fI'' WQW'@!a
Gainesville. Veteran's Administration Hospitalwith or an oral essay on the subjectWhat's JHbitfrt / Z 'f-W/WWIi'' ?'AIIU
Maternal grandmother is a "Care Bear" party where a Right About America?" W.ilI/IiV///'YI/IiM'lA1IM/P1t I tStHtB I
Catherine Thomas of Hampton and Care Bear cake and other Miss Moody is being sponsored by ,, WI/.1fM///Jliht7flA7IMI rlt,9'e Ii/ltW.1$1/fhV/.i Nt! trtS irk l
maternal great grandmother is Nor- refreshments were served. His co- the Farmers and Dealers Bank, 'Srtrtrzrtrart /! f ?ItWlhiI >art/u yp p
ma Melton Tindall of New Rich- workers then presented him with a t/i4rrHYdl A!' ;W1f vA mY"SStlr
Jackson Building W.W.Wood-
Supply, wYl/liw' 1YIIi w W 'II va ,
mond, Ohio. Paternal grandparentsare gift certificate from the J.C. Penny Moody chipping, Williams Jewelry, and Mr. 1iltw'Mf1//W Yl/li "'# ,mfJ ,
Joyce Amsih of Petersburg! Department StorerNationwide : "F hl/'aYl/liU) 7./1.
and.Mrs. LaRu ,Williams ,
Moody S.l.cred ;iIIiII/.iI1iItllBoI! IiA ,4'"\. ""'" t :
and Harold Bateman of Venice Fla. Insurance j the
Her hobbies include art, needle r "/ W : IMYI/' \ W/6I1//I"/
J of the third party held Dec. 14 As Finalist for point, piano, organ and singing. 'IlfiiYlliflWit I
Joshua David Trlmpey for Mrs. Bateman by her co- Fla. YI/IiMIIt'lll.i WM
Miss N. Teen Yl/liYl/li IiIt :
workers.A Did You Know........... i'I/J WVl #l.iI! ; 1Y1/1iYl/liI
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey of shower and luncheon were en- Miss Connie Moody 17, daughter of ,, Yl/liYl/liW '
Tampa announce the birth of a son, joyed by all and many useful gifts Mr. and Mrs. Mark Moody of Starke Rev. and Mrs. Ballard Wilson !SuTt a4wsa'l L' ,y ,
Joshua David, born Dec. 20. He joinsa were received.St. was selected as a finalist in the 14th visited his mother, Mrs. G.C. 9$1 ? 11Wl,0
brother, Daniel, age 2. Annual Miss North Florida National Wilson, in Sunflower, Miss. Dec. 27- r z' 3 \'
Maternal'grandparents are Mr. Marks WomenTo Teen-Ager Pageant to be held at the Dec 31. The Wilsons also attended a .... IT".t' .' I
find Mrs. William Haas of Starke. Hilton Hotel in Gainesville on March Methodist workshop seminar in
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Rose Meet Jan. 14 2931. Leesburglast Thursday to Saturday.Mjr. j '90f tso ioa eo" J Jt
Henry of Markleton, Pa. The Miss North Florida National
The Women of St. Marks Teen-Ager Pageant is the official and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and
Jordan Wayne Norman Episcopal Church will meet Mon- regional finals to the Miss Florida Na- family returned to their home in J
day, Jan. 14, at 7:30: p.m. in the tional Teen-Ager Pageant which will Prattville, Ala. Jan. 2 after a weeks
Wayne and Debra Norman of Parish House. be held in April. visit with their parents, Mr. and N.w. The Quick StarlW.ightLouProgramfh.mostsucce.sfu/program
Starke announce the birth of a son, The winner of regional I pageant will Mrs. R.O. Dansby in Starke and Mr. In the history of Weight Watchers,has now been mad even easier
Jordan Wayne, born Dec. 10 in receive a $500 cash scholarship, a and Mrs. Edward Davis in
Improved with of the easiest
more menu plans we've
ever off.r.d.SoJoin the
Alachiu. General Hospital. He joinsa What's Behind the Rock? 4-year tuition scholarship to Gainesville.
millions of people who lost millions of pounds on the Quick St.rlII'
siste":, Vanessa, age 5. Oklahoma City University, other Friends of Mrs. A.W. Anderson, .even Program because this year we've made It easier-jutt for you.Just
Maternal grandparents are Mr. Advertisers have used the prizes and an all-expense paid spon-
proven ./.
Sr. of Merritt Island, former Starke e. for your lilestyle.Don't wall-Join Weight Watchersttoday.
and Mrs. M.M. Jordan and great technique for years: write a catchy sorship to compete in the Miss resident, will regret to hear she is _
grandmother is Mrs. Daisy Thompson tune that will stay in people's minds Florida National Teen-Ager Pageant confined in a convalescent home
all of Lawtey. Paternal grand- and they will buy that product, pro- The state winner will receive her with a broken hip and shoulder THE NEW IMPROVED aUICKSTART*PRDGRAM
parents are Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Nor- bably not even realizing what In- choice of one full week "Teen received in a fall at the home of her
man and great grandparents are fluenced their decision. Dream" vacation in Hawaii or a Mrs. Edward Schwab. FROM WEIGHT WATCHERS
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman and Rock music according to Dave $1,000 cash scholarship, full tuition
Mrs. Doris Norman, all of Starke. Benoit, does the same thing. But modeling scholarship from Barbizon
rock music's product is drugs;sex, International and an all-expense paid STARKE' STARKESt.
Nickolas Luke Conners perversion, violence and the occult. trip to the National Pageant CHURCH OF GOD
Benoit will be speaking on this Winners of the Citizenship Aware!! Edward Catholic Church
Kenneth and Joyce Conners of subject at Hope Baptist Church on (one senior and one underclassmen) 422 N. St. Clair 964-5445 441 North Temple Avenue
Starke are the proud parents of a Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. At the Seminar on both regional and state levels will Walter F. Mont Pastor J
son, Nickolas Luke born at 1:45: Benoit will be exposing the lyrics of each receive a $10,000 tuition scholar- We invite you to worship with us. Mondays 6:30: p.m.
a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 1, in Alachua rock music and the lifestyles of rock ship to Eckerd College in St. ATTENDED NURSERY New & Rejoining Members Please Arrive 15 Minutes Prior to
General Hospital. musicians. He will show visual examples Petersburg. The College will also Sunday School . . . 10 '.m. Scheduled Meeting Time. For more information call Toll Free-
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. on screen and play audio excerpts award ten $16,000 regional tuition Morning Worship . . . 11 a.m.
Minou Wainwright of Starke and of records illustrating the scholarships and two $24,000 expense Evening Service . . . 8 p.m. 1-800-342-9155
maternal grandfather is Edward powerful subliminal, and very scholarships to the national winners. Wednesday Youth . . 7:30: p.m.,
Wainwright of Germany. damaging, influence the IS-billion Scholarships will also be awarded by
Paternal grandfather is Ronald J. dollar rock music industry is having Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois --- -- -- -'
Conners of Indianapolis, Ind. and on America's youth and adults as and Johnson and Wales Collegein
paternal grandparents are Mr. and well. Providence, Rhode Island.

Mrs.dianapolis Allen, Ind.Yorn, also of In- ,- Rhonda Childers, of Lynn Haven, Now at the Starke Country Club

Did You Know........,. -- Cox Appliance "I

Mrs. Lorna Reddish served as IIIYT'IIMICAFICLICI.V
matron of honor in the recent Susan &
Faulkner/Randall Reddish wedding
ceremony. Also assisting in the
reception serving of refreshment Air Conditioning
was Mrs. Bobby McClellan. '

Mrs. Carolyn Redgraves and Mrs. Px Service
Edna Wells of Starke and Mrs. Irene'' r
Hutto of Jacksonville spent Dec. 26 .
to 28 with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie enwwta -l NEW SESSION
Parker in Miami and until Dec. 31 Service and Repair on: STARTS

with Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and All Malor Appliances

family in Lake Worth. ':I Air Conditioning JANUARY 15th

Alan D. Montgomery, son of Mr. Refrigeration Electrical
and Mrs. David Montgomery, left -
for Atlanta, Ga. on Dec. 30 where he I '
has accepted a position with JOE COX, OWNER : 6 Weeks/$27
Sherwin-Williams after receiving -j
his Bachelor of Science in Ad-
ministration degree from the %
University of Florida on Dec. 15
where he majored in Finance. Alan 1L Tues. & Thurs.
will be in Atlanta for four weeks and I96474621
Cleveland, Ohio, for two weeks after h 4 p.m. & 7:30: p.m.
: which he will receive his permanent t

.. position.?

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards and Rt. 2, Box 2116 ; LA - 23-28 of Cleveland with his,mother Texas,, spent Mrs. (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd) .. ,j. ,! Rhythmic Aerobics, Inc.

Gladys Edwards. 473-3784 or 4106
1 t Starke, Florida 32091

Jack McComb patient in North t

Florida Regional Hospital.
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January 10, l Ki! TELEGRAPH Page'IA

UMW New Members .. . . .. ... .. .. .. ... ...... ...... .. .. .. ..
Honored At Tea Did Know .. ....... .... ....e. .... .... ... ..e. ... ... ..... e. ,
you Guests of Mrs. Flossie Prescott Mrs. Louise Talley spent the two
The United Methodist Womenrecognized have been Mr. and Mrs. LaForest weeks holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.S. Haas spent Dec. 20 Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire returned
their new members for Salisbury of Maine and Lake Waleson Tommy Talley and children in Jan. 1 with her daughter and family Wednesday of last week after 15
1984 with a Tea Sunday afternoon in Mrs. Jim Hardee and children of Dec. 24-28 and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Jacksonville and were joined by Mr. Mr.and Mrs.Mark Trlmpey in Tam- days visit with her son and family,
Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Richard Leesburg spent the weekend with Lachut of Holiday, Fla. and Miss a".Mrs.?; James Talley, III and pac Mr. Haas joined the family over Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goldwire in
Odom, membership chairman, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Virginia Mayo of Chelmsford, Mass. children of Athens, Ga. the long weekend. Toledo, Ohio.
I presented each new member with a Mitchell. on Dec. 2627.
red carnation in fern as their name Mrs. Clarlnell Branham and
was called. Mrs. W.H. Thomson of Starke and Mrs. Ellen Perchek of Alexandria, children of Chipley spent Dec. :24 "A skeptic is not one who doubts but one who examines."
I Welcomed into UMW were Mrs. Mrs. Fred Thomson of Tallahasseewere Va. is visiting her mother .Mrs. Jan. 2 with her parents Mr. and
Reggie Flynn, Mrs. Elizabeth Vin- in Franklinton, La. Jan. 1 Hazel Richards this week. Mrs. C.L. Cooper.Joining the family Charlet-Auguitin Sainte-Beuve
cent, Mrs. Charles Dinkins, Mrs. T. Jan. 7 visiting the latter's mother, during the holidays were Mr. and
R. Braddock, Ms. Eohne Green, Mrs. Joe Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Sr. Mrs. Robert L. Cooper of
Mrs. Lee Hardenbrook.Mrs. Donnie attended the wedding and receptionof Melbourne.Mr. HELP WANTEDMike's
Thompson, Mrs. Spiros Drivas, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy and Mr. Steven Rutledge to Laura Fer-
Ballard Wilson and Mrs. Susie Pfen- and Mrs. Frank Mitchell attended nandez in Miami last Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs. W.B. Wilson Jr. and Produce 301 south
niger. the Godspell play at the Alhambra daughter Hilary of Gainesville,
The Tea table was covered with a dinner-theatre on Friday night. Louie Bell Parks spent Dec. were Friday and Saturday visitorsof Needs mature, honest, reliable, sober person to manpge fruit
white lace tablecoth centered with a, 16-30 in Atlanta visiting Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Ballard Wilson. stand. Must be friendly & good in sales. Start soon with good pay.
pink silk arrangement. Mrs. Don Mrs. Bill Parks and in Roswell Ga. Call 964-7002 anytime..
Hardenbrook poured spice tea froma with Mr. and Mrs. George Parks.
silver tea service. Mrs. A. J.
Eaves, HI presided at a crystal
punch bowl.
During the afternoon a very impressive -
memorial service for the
deceased members of UMW was JANUARYSAVINGS
lead by Mrs. Eaves, President.
Groups for 1985 were announced
before everyone was invited to the
refreshment table.

Local Families NeededFor
Exchange StudentsThe

Exchange ASSE) is seeking local
families in the Starke area, to serveas

hosts for 15 Scandinavian, German __ ___ ___u_____
Swiss, British and Dutch high L4Questioc ,
school students who are part of the ,. ..
ASSE exchange visitor -::: -
program,ac- ;. -_- -
cording to Dorothy Steege, _
Southeastern Area Coordinator for ,I
ASSE. The non-profit ASSE is af- Ask .
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nish Departments of Education andis 10.00: ." I .
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character, and interest in the ASSE
program.All of them are covered by a Home Accents Sale
comprehensive medical and liability
insurance and have adequate money N /T .'l 7s t .rt Save even mare..see our In-store
for personal needs supplied by their Home Accents Sale Circular.
parents. The host family furnishes -
meals and housing.The -
ASSE program offers familiesthe -
opportunity to share North
American cultural and educational +yW rLJI
experiences with a European young r Q
person and, at the same time, to JfE :
learn about another culture and
language. Steege indicated that a
volunteer Area Representative pro-- ""
vided by ASSE will contact the host
family and the guest student on a
regular basis to assure that

everything is going smoothly. _
Families interested in serving as

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Did You Know...........

Robert G. Rob) Pierce graduatedfrom
Troy State University with a
B.S. degree in Marketing in Nov.
and has accepted a position with I
American Uniform Company in ANr wNiasM I I
Cleveland, Tenn., in the Sales and I -
Marketing Division beginning Jan.
1. He has been visiting his parents, _
Judge and Mrs. George Pierce, Sl L
before leaving for Tennessee.
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Greg Jackson and Wayne Wall,Jr. 1.99 20OFFK6K L 2.19 H 6.993o.POCKET 2/29.88 4.97

Grounds, Md. after two weeks visit PANTILINERS 26'S Limit 2 L'EGCS PANTYHOSE 2802. Reg. 2.99 4" x 6" Reg. 9.99 CHAIRS Great for outside. LIGHT Reg. 9.99
with their parents and families.

Mrs. Arlin McKnight and Mr. and .
Mrs. David McKnight have returned I
from two weeks visit with Col. and \ I
Mrs. Don Kortez in Manchester, c.

N.H.Mr. r4 L ,

and Mrs. Dale Brown and .2.99'J
visited her brotherinlawand
children sister, Mr. and Mrs. James C. _ _ r_ _ _
Shaw, in Putnam Conn.. Dec. 24 5OOFFPRCE33DOoFFPRCE 99C 1.99 Z.99REBATE 38.88TEXA5

CANDLES Swan or sea shell. I ALL SWEATERS PACK OF 10 Reg. 1.79 FRAME Reg. 2.99 *CMX-1000Reg. 4999 CALCULATOR .TI-5030 Reg 49 99

Mr. and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins spent
Dec. 13-27 with their son-in-law and ilk
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. J.L. Stith in Ren'UiitADIDSrABIE
Gautier, Miss. / u" er

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pate and
Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. of Atkinson,
Mack N.C. were Williams.last weeks guests of Mrs. / 69 2.99 88C 5/1.00 99t 1.99

Mrs. Arthur Schultz and Mrs. AIR FRESHENER Reg. 99' 3 ASSORTED TYPES NOTEBOOK Reg. 1.19 ft FASTENERS Reg. 49' each 10-OZ. Reg. 1.69 5-PACK, 90-MIN. Reg. 2.99

Hazel Phiffer visited the E.I. Du-
Pont Epping Forest In Jacksonvilleon yw. _
1N1 N /
Dec. 27. OMM
/ JYM 1.0L"TUNE .

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sistrunk and
daughters of Quitman Miss visited S.Y._ -sK/N/ CflEAM .d O \NM\N1$ /M/M w. u pO
her parents,Mr.and Mrs.C.R.Scog- er
gins, last week.

2.99 2.49 1.97 1.39 2/1.00 .
Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel and family ATUNE. PERT. HDR,
Jan. 3 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donnie SO TABLETS limit 2 or CONDITIONER 15-OZ.or 1 -OZ. SKIN CREAM 10-OZ. SKIN LOTION 8-OZ 5-OZ. BOX #601 Tw0-ply vinyl --

family Neel.Mr. and of Fairburn Mrs. Gene, Ga.Wiggins were holi-and [F! I ; (.,qUiRI'J-: : p. B2SI&C FORD SEVERE FORMULA

day Wiggins.Mr.guests. of his mother Mrs. One w stmuuj

and Mrs. Kevin Neel of Fort
Knox, Ky. spent the holidays with
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel. 3.99 5.47 159.99 1.69 5.47 3.4950QUART

Florida Regional Hospital for obser-
vation and treatment.Mr. .

and Mrs. Guy Sale and Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Gillingham and
family visited Mrs. Lota Yates in Sale Prices good thru Sat., Jan. 12th. WE! RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITI

Valdosta on Sunday, Dec. 30. 8pC *ROi1

Mrs. Elna Schaffer returned Dec. ,
26 after a ten-day visit with her son Bradford Sq. Shopping Center' I.'SA
and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. <
Schaffer, in Atlanta. 831 S. Walnut Ch..ltl.i $tr..t .Stark

John Williams of Titusville is
Thursday and Friday visitor of his 1 0
mother Mrs. Mack Williams. f


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I' Lawtey News ee..e.e..e .e.a.. a...e e e....eeeeeoe<,.... ........ ...
Nellie Wilkinson. Mrs. Kathy Hardee and children Harbor, spent a week with her Mrs. Harold Eunice and other Mrs. Rosa Fair and grandson; !.

by Elizabeth Terry Mr.and Mrs. Don Boyette and son, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,grandparents,Mr, and Mrs. Charles relatives. Ricky Jackson,left Dec.23 and went
phone 782-3300 David of Macclenny, visited their Fred Carter of Clay Hill, Sunday Starling. She returned home on Mrs. Earl Troxell went to to Harrow, Canada, and spent Dickie two ,1 I
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and afternoon, Jan. 8. Her son Michael, Saturday, Jan. 5. Jacksonville on business Sunday.Mr. weeks with his mother, Mrs. )
Correction... Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. on Saturday.Mr. spent the night with his grand- Miss Martha Smith returned to and Mrs. Harold Eunice and Jackson. They attended Red Win'shockey
Col: and Mrs. William Wilson call- and Mrs. Frank Camp spent parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter school at Tennessee Temple Bible sister, Mrs. Essie Mae Green, went games' in Detroit, -
ed their son-in-law and daughter New Years weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. Banner Johns of College at Chattanooga, Tenn. on to visit Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice then returned by airline to.

Maj.) and Mrs. Steve Sullivan and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Jacksonville are visiting their Friday. and family at Dunnellon. .---.... .m.
brother and sister-in-law.Mr. and Those who attended the Bible .
and of Mrs. C.H. Mozingo in St. Stephens,
daughter. Jacqueline
family Mrs. Lester Walker and family. show of Martha Smith's slides of her
John Anchorage Bloom Alaska and family Col.of and Yokata.Mrs. S.C.Mrs.. Pauline DeVore and grand- Carla Sheering of Starke is staying trip to India on Dec. 31 at First Bap LPGASOPEN

Japan, and Col. and Mrs. James daughter Angle DeVore of Lake with her grandmother, Mrs. B.L. tist Church were Burt Carter, Debbie 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 AM 7 PM
Wilkison, Sr., for the time being. Crouse, Sarah Albert, Margaret
Butler Linda Adkins John and
Dougherty and family of Denver and .' & Diesel Fuel RV Supplies Convenience Store
the ChristmasNewYears Josh, spent the weekend with Mr. Bobby Wolfe and his son, Robby, Albert three children, Carolyn tee Gasoline
Col. during and Mrs, John DeVore and of Wilmington Del.,stopped by Fri- Hodges Janet Starling, Donie Starling
holidays.Personals daughter, Nicole, of St. Petersburg.We day afternoon and spent the night Geraldine Norman, Ola Starling !-, K" ..
... are happy to learn that NorrisGay's with his grandmother, Mrs. Hester Elizabeth Terry, Mary Hayes,| .
Hicks. Katie McCombs and Arnie Blom. KOA ,
and he is dm
are improving
Mrs. O.J. Anders spent Christmas eyes Mr. and Mrs. larry Norman and Mr and Mrs. Ed McCombs of
week and New Years with her son- getting Pastor along and Mrs. David Brown of their mother, Mrs. Ola Starling, at- Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. First Church went to North tended the New Years service Monday with their brother and sister-in-law,
Johnny Jenkins of Hilliard. Carolina Baptist on business, and Rev night Dec. 31, at Calvary Bap- Mr. an tMrs. Andrew McCombs.Mrs. Hwy. 301 South 964-8484
Jenny and Joey Boch of' the tist Church in Starke. Essie Mae Green, of STARKB KOA KAMPGROUND'MANUFACTURER'S
Coleman of
Ralph Perry was
Gainesville spent the weekend with Amie Starling daughter of Mr. Superior Arizona, visited her
for both services
guest speaker on I
their grandmother, Mrs. Daisy and Mrs. Jerre Starling of Safety: brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
Boch, and great grandmother, Mrs. Sunday, Jan. 6.


Hampton phone Dolores 468-1915 Meng Hilitesby r r r I IrI


Mrs. Verne Werre is home ,. .
from '=
recuperating complete hip _
survery at Humana Hospital. She is
now able to walk again.
She wishes to thank Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Ray of Lake Butler for being
with her through the surgery. She)
also appreciates the flowers from
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom and Mrs.
Hall,as well as the kindness of other
neighbors and friends. REDEMPTION RULES COUPONS
1. W.will double the coupon value on all monufaoturw coupon.
Holiday Visitors... tar Horn In.tcckSacapltob.oco.ndeipw( lt..140rslnoh.ok.
or oubetttutJooe 2. Trw coupon value' cannot.xo..d 8O" and
Jim Murphy and Betty Anderson, total redemption 011"0'the 1IIMn. a We will
double)only trie Drat coupon on the earn*torn. additional I Icoupon.
well-known musicians from .of like K me>will be redeemed for,..,.AnY..only.
Nashville, Tenn., spent several days 4.We will aooept but not double froe coupon..Also w*eannotto
with the Jerry Wadsworth familyover wtl I ooupona offer.O.:Eolee S Pantry tax muet Pride)bo atore paid>coupons. )rue are not GOOD THURSDAY JAN. 10 1985 ONLY.GROCERY
the holiday season. They both atone low. ,
performed with the Ghost Rider
Band several times. They also
helped Jody with some new techniques -
: on his guitar. Thankfully, the U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE *
weather was lovely while they were

here sunshine, and they enjoyed the Florida Center Cut Beef SUGARFR IUGAAfR1! G RfREI G RfREI A & W

New Arrival.... ltbw Abw Abw A&W Root Beer

Aimee Michelle Hunter ,.' .Ch U k $ 19 REGULAR OR SUGAR FREE

Theron and Carolyn Hunter of r't .
Keystone Heights announce the arrival -
of their baby daughter, Aimee "h.\"t!. .. t. "

Michelle. She was born on Jan. 2, .. : Ci. .- 99
1985, at Alachua General Hospital, ... .t<, ; '-,>,1. Roast 6 PACK
Gainesville. She weighed 6 Ibs. 15 oz. } LB 12-OZ CAN

She Paternal joins Adam grandmother and Sarah ..,..; UMIT-1 WITH A $10.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

Lagasee of Keystone Heights.
Maternal grandparents are Paul U.S.DA TOP CHOICE SAVE 80' PER LB TREE SWEET

and Ruth Meng of Hampton Lake. Round BoneShoulder 6 Grapefruit Juice 4eOZ .89


: Jan. 1, Margaret Wadsworth and Dinner Hams . . iB1.GO 179 .Swiss Miss t Cocoa 5CS,4NT 1.1
Joe Meng Jan. 2,,Connie Clark LEAN MEATY Roast -- .. "" e. "" ."
; AM'lY .d LB ..-..-.. ..'se ac r ..--- .....--
j Jan.'4. David Padgett; Jan 5, Jim- Beef Short Ribs SIZE PKCi. .*f39rl. i.' 1"1..: fioSc' '
my Loiacano; Jan. 6, Wyatt Collins; U.S.DA TOP CHOICE ROUND BONE Pantry Pride SaW nes .
Jan. 7, David Grady; Jan. 8, Jason Shoulder Steak ui1.O9
. .
Rhoden; Jan. 9, Alice Faye Waters USDA TOP CHOICE BONELESS CHUCK FAMIIY Raguspaghettlsauces :3202 1 ..69Hunt's
Country Style
and Cyndee Lawrence. Stewing I Beef . .SE PKQ La 1 .99 ifItr,
Hampton Elem. 99
SmokedRoNOaEra Ham . . u1.89LE 3LBS
School News ,

Advisory MeetingOn Sliced Calf Liver . = 1.69
Thursday, Jan. 10, a PTA Ad-
visory meeting is scheduled for 7:30 Tomato Sauce
p.m. at the school. Parents are invited Turkey . La shin u .79 U.S.DA TOP CHOICE SAVE 50' PER LB
New Teacher Little Link Sausages g1.99 Blade Cut

Mrs. Karen Harlow was welcomedon WEAVER'S ChuckSteaks $169 2 1

Monday, Jan. 7, as the new sixth Fried Chicken . 0 1 2OZ2.49 SAVE 22- 15OZ
grade teacher. She formerly taughtat CANT
Sherwood Forest. School in 'P"'.
Jacksonville and has a twoyearoldson.
Mrs. Harlow plans to relocate ? .. SUGAR SUBSTITUTE

nearer the school in the near future. U.S.D.A. GRADE A & ,. \ / ZEALAND Sweat Low . . 0 ecu1*? .99
Jim Lewis has taken position at << ,i. ;
Bradford' Vocational School In Lots ofChicken .. .... r10 LambIN IN OIL OR NOT SAUCE

Starke. His son, Steve a second / '' Port Clyde Sardines 2 *n grader, has transferred to Southside .,. SAVE 60'
Elementary School.. j",..I.: .. PERLBPER PERSONAL!
.'fJ. .-f ..
New Student .,. ? '"! Leg Ivory Soap . . . BAAS ..90S"g
Jason Sanderson entered the second .,. ,
grade on Jan. 8. He was a / 202Dlnty
former student at Fairvlew School oSAVE20 '" Moore Beef Stew . 1.59

near Cherokee Recuperating, N.C. r' $139

Mrs. Sandra Sanders seventh > ,.
grade teacher, and Mrs. Claudette LB PER LB POUNDNEW Pantry Pride
Frees, fifth grade teacher, returnedto
school on Jan. 7.They both under. Tea Bags ., ,, Tea
went recent surgery. ._ I I ...- I Bags

Lunch Menus 'IN: STORE DELI/BAKERY DAIRY/DELI .. .. "J A 1i $ J. 99

Bradford County Middle School IN THE DELI/BAKERY STORES ONLY : 100(
and all elementary schools COUNT

Monday, Jan 14: .Hamburger gravy, mashed HALF POUND gy STYLE,ASSORTED FLAVORS SAVE 20-
potatoes, buttered green peal, cherry cobbler Crowley'sYogurt .3 sozl.OO .
cake hut rolls, milk. KITCHEN FRESHRoast
Tuesday. Jan. IS: Chill, crackers, tossed salad $ KRAFT WMVIOUAL SLICES
Wednesday.pear halves,Jan.cinnamon let Salmon rolls,milk.pallle baked beans 229Beef American Cheese 120Z1.69 _

cabbage slaw, strawberry shortcake, biscuits, SARGENTO SHREDDED MO2ZARELLA OR FAMOUS AAA ONION OR

milk.Thursday. Jan 17: Chicken Rice cheese,sllx, Sharp.Cheddar . .oz .89 Kaiser Rolls . . . PAK .89
green 'lima beans, peaches, brownie hot .111. BREAKSTONE UOHT N LIVELY
Friday,Jan lit Teac er'.Planning Day. Cottage Cheese . 1202 .99 Pantry Pride Muffins 2 p J 1.00

Bradford County High; SchoolMonday Luncheon Meat o. . POUND .99 HALrd 50- PANTRY PRIDE
Jan. 14: Salmon Dailies, baked beans, MADE WITH CRABMEATNeptune CTN. '
cabbage slaw,cherry pie biscuits, milk. FLORIDA GOLD '
Tuesday. Jan. IS: Hamburger gravy mashed Salad . ..>& 1.99 100% PURE King SizeWhite
potatoes, green beans chocolate cake hot. rolls FRESH MADEAnfJpasto 49 .
milk. .
Wednesday,Jan. R i Chili,crackers tossed salad, Salad 0. POUND ..99WITH OrangeJuic Bread
pear halves,cinnamon roll,milk ,
i Tnvrnday. Jan. lit Fried chicken, rice & gravy TWO VEGETABLES SAPOLl.
: turnip greens, fruit cup,cornbread milk. Cube Steak Dinner .BREADED 1.99A BicB
Friday Jan ID Teacher's Planning Day. 1
ALA-CARTE Junior Gator Sub 0. r.:2.B9 lsoz 2OOZ 3/$149

Monday-Hamburgers, plaza, french fries, FRESH BAKED GWALTNEYS LOAVES
milkshakes Rolls 81.09
Tuesday-French fries, milkshakes, plus, .0. $
cheeseburgers.Wednead.y.Hamburgers. FRESH BAKED Franks
milkshakes. pltia. french fries, CinnamonHamburger l Buns 0 OF. .99

Thursday-Milkshakes, french fries, CHOCOLATE MINT MEAT OR BEEF .

Cheeseburger,pliiaFridayTeacher's Planning. Day. Layer Cake. .'. .. .3.69 Free ChinaInformation
Each day students have a choice of a hot lunch,or LYKES ALL VARIETIES
salad. bar or they may purchase*. Sliced Bologna . i oz1.59.

FRESH BAKED Vlaslc Pfckles v. .'.. .w JARS1.19
Robert A. Pratt
Graduates Security Course TorpedoRolls 6/89t- MR.TURKEY WE WILL NO LONGER
Turkey' Franks .,' 1&OZ. .79 ISSUE BONUS CERTIFICATES.

: Airman lit Class Robert A. Pratt, wtalY. 4i.CHEESE,-. .HOT OR BEEF BONUS CERTIFICATES WILL BE
: son of Margerl and A. Pratt of Smoked Sausage ..,., 1&OZ1.99 'REDEEMABLE: THRU JAN. 19, i9&
.Starke has graduated from the U.S. .
Air Force security police specialist
I- Texas.course at Lackland Air Force Base, 81 AflKE 430 WEST MADISON STREET '

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: January II ,19M:; TELEGRAPH Pa..M

m Record-setting performance: by Darren Chandler Paces BHS I

; I Darren Chandler scored a record final three minutes that turned the Thomas Kroger who played above the basket -.-
': ': Betting 43 points to( lead Torando( game around, Coach Mike Sexton everybody else, fouled out. Chandler was 20 of 29 from the BUS 56 HHS 38
cagers to a 72-67 field in his 43 -
overtime win pointed out. point performance Asa
' I, over And, as BHS:::>> became more aggressive BUS Wins Overtime...
Gainesville High for the champion BHS was 5-1 for the season after GHS became rattled. team,BHS shot 48 percent the first, The opening tournament game
! f, ship of the GHS holiday basketball the GHS game. During a time out, Coach Mike to Herbie Cooper controlled the lump half, 13-27, and 51 percent in the second with Hernando High of Brooksvillewas
tournament last open the overtime, pushed the half.
Friday night, Jan. Sexton emphatically told the Tor- closer than it should have been
4. BHS nado five to to Chandler who( dribbled 28 fouls were called on BHS, 22 on with the Tornado five playing In
72 GHS 67 play good defense. "All
Chandler was 20 of 29 from the that means Is don't lose downcourt and stopped short for. a GHS. BHS made 10 of 31, GHS 14 of spurts.
position, five
field against BHS. Playing good defense sporadical said CoacX Sexton. foot jumper. 31 free throws. BHS struggled througout the first
:' Herbie Cooper was super on the ly, the Tornado cagers trailed By the,end of the third period BHS the With full the 68-66 lead, BHS continued r period,winning it 1410.
boards with 19 rebounds and had Gainesville High until the final 15 had closed to within two points, Hurricanes.court press which rattled the To start the second quarter
nine assists. seconds of the game. 5048. BHS scrapped on, beating Chandler Chandler, who was high scorer with
Chandler scored 26 points and BHS trailed 12-11 after the first GUS 18-16 in the fourth period. added a second basket 26 points stole the basketball three
Cooper had 18 rebounds in the open- quarter, 34-31 at the half, and went BHS tied the with and GHS scored one free throw on a BHS 11 20 17 II 6 72 straight times and converted all
game 15 seconds
ing 56-38 win Thursday night Jan. 3, down as much as nine points in the left. Herbie Cooper stole the basket- foul to( put BHS put 70-67 with 1:08: GHS. 12 22 16 16 3 67.radford. three steals into baskets, putting
over Hernando( High of Brooksville. third period.A ball and fed Chandler to tie the left.At Bellamy 4-2-10, Norman BHS up 20-10.
BHS played in sports in both steal and driving layup by guard at 66-66.Cooper dribbled down court score, 45 seconds, Bellamy passed to 2-1-5, Chondl.r 20-3-43, Cooper 5-2-10, BHS managed some good defen-
games, making the opening game Robert Bellamy and two feeds to the carefully passed to Chandler. Cooper to passed to Chandler for the Mitchell 00.0, Hankortan 0-0-0, Brown sive play again in the third quarter
closer than it should have been,and hot-handed Chandler closed gap to Chandler,under the right side of the final BHS basket in the 72-67 win. 124. Total 321072.Galnaivlllo got some turnovers and scored off
,I finally got it together to the last five, 41.37, with 5:42: remaining in basket,went high above the rim and "Our full court High-Gardn.r 1-2-4,Scott them, and led by 12 at the end of the
II three minutes to edge GHS 72-67. the third period. shot the ball downward from about them. They couldn't press handle really it,caught" 1-4-4.Kroger 8-3-lf, Brocklnaton 5-1-11, third quarter.
It was BHS' full court press in the The GHS big man, 6.7 sophomore: two feet, making certain it went into _Coach. _Sexton.!. of the! GUS !game says Tucker Summorlln 9-1-19 102.,Mitchell Total 2-1-5 27.10.61.Igo. ,Short. 033. lead Early was in the trimmed fourth period to the five.BHS

Brooksville was oettintr close
Again, BHS hit one of its spurts and-
1 made some baskets to put the game
Baking away.Cooper.
was super on the boards
with 18 rebounds. Cooper also did a
good job getting the basketball off
the boards, enabling BHS to get
some fast break baskets, Coach Sexton
Potoes5XJ. pointed out.
BHS shot 46 percent,25 of 54, from
the field in the first half,and improved -
, to 54 percent second half

HHS 10 7 16 13 31
BHS 14 10 13 19 SI
Bradford- Bellamy 2-0-4, Norman
LTCL $ 1149 4-0-i Chandlar 12.2-26. Cooper 4-2-10.

H 2S-4-54.Mltcholl 22Brown 102. Total

Brookivlllo- Brown t-2-14, Hudson
AiI1t 102. T. Mann 0-I-1, Brookln 2-0-4. J.
\ !% __ Mann 2-0-4, Badge. 1-2-4. "'PlrkU 1-0.2,
( w_ 1 SAVE 30' Waits 3.1-7..Totol. 16631.

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FloridaStrawberries U rt .
Castleberry ; ; ,fc YellowSquash

j 35 i
Chili SAVE 34 ,,, J! A

with Been
thili IS or yi x r '

5 g ''t PER 9C
1SOZ $1.69 POUND
CAN 2 PINTS FOR i el 'r V, 1fI ;


Northern Napkins . . .79 y FRESH -,
\ Green .. -

._ JLB June Boy Sweet Relish 1 7. Drive...
'r, ,, \ .,. PER Sam Norman drives toward the
Cabbage POUND basket for the Tornados against GUS
Strawberry Preserves 1102 1.59 in the tournament.


Jim Dandy Dog Food 12J 3.99 Ladies Travelto
YellowOnions C
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Chicken of the Sea LB 3 BAG 5 g Santa FeThe

Chunk Light Tuna '
BHS girl's varsity basketball
FRESH PER POUND team is preparing to go back into action -
AssortedGreens with a game against Santa Fe

C C EatingPears January 8 p.m.10th and on the a road game beginningat against

r.6&OZ 7 9 TURNIP COU-ARDS, 9 9 5 9 7 Episcopal p.m. starting here in time Starke January at a special 11.

..,, KALE OR MUSTARD The girls threw a big scare into
I-.:: txuNk LIGHT TuHt . Keystone Heights, ranked second in
.. --- the state in 2A ball, in their last
WHITE!SPRINGS regular season game before the
Bottled Water . 2oALw+1.00 Christmas break. While they were
never ahead, the BHS girls made
LIQUID FROZEN HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS several strong runs at Keystone's
Foamy Detergent . . .69 lead in the second half.
12.2&OZ FROZEN 32-OZ BTL The Lady Tornadoes take on Mid-
ALL dleburg on the road Jan. 15.
Alpo Dog Food . . 5 140Z CAN.99 Le Menu $ 379sc.J LJsterine
CHOPPED Mouthwash $279
Hungry Jack Potatoes ,.oz1.19Libby's Sirloin Beef SO OFF LABEL JV Boys

trtuxu : 11.502 FROZEN .5OZ
jc Menu AfrinNASAL

'" PePP<* $339 $249 Fall

Vienna SAVE 185OZ LleesV r .Steak Spray to ClayThe
tG ,r 36 COUNT BHS JV boy's basketball
160Z FROZEN squad dropped a tough game 82-59 to
Sausage MINUTE MAID III'Alka Clay High Tuesday night in Green
orange $159 $199 Cove Springs.
b The JV boys are now 1-4 on the
2/$1 -..c... season and were led by Cecil
Jackson against the Blue Devils with
32-OZ FROZEN 24 COUNT 18 points.
CAN Pantry> The taller Blue Devils were in
Pride Advil $ command all the way, according to
WINE & BEER Taters Tablets J99 with Coach talent Sexton this, who season.said Clay is deep

SERO SSOAICNWR Clifford Ivey was second in the
scorebook for BHS with IS points,
Polo Weight Eric Hooper was the other Tornadoin
199 Watchers double figures with 11.
$ 59 Actlfed $149
Brindisi .wo MLdarling 801 BAKED CHEESE RAVIOLI J
Black Striper Study BeginsOn

Beer .. 'r' fisheries study by the Game and
J'it. Fresh Water Fish Commission cur
REGULAR OR LIGHT ( : rently under way on Lake Talquin
SAVE 50C ( i
: :.. may ultimately influence many
$139 Nabisco states' decisions concerning the
of bass.
stocking; striped
12-OZCAN 11JL 1 ne study,the first of its kind,will
Premium ;I Coke, Diet Coke, I II see North the America two races and of a striped crossbreed bass of in

Tab Mello Yello I the races stocked into( the 10,2000
Saltines acre Lake Talquin near
Sprite or Mr. Pibb !J Tallahassee.The three-year study is
feebler I designed to determine which type
.c' fish has the more desirable growth
Deluxe I t I rate, temperature tolerance, life expectancy -
Chips I PACK 9' 9"I; and behavioral pattern.

41 I 1&OZBTL Dan Dobbins, a Commission
1Sj $ 39 r 109' I PLUS DEPOSIT' I fisheries biologist, said his agency,
g 1 .I LIMIT COUPON PER ITEM working in conjunction with the U.S.
V 11e r 1&OZ BOX GOOD THRU weD.,JAN. 16,1965. Fish and Wildlife Service, released
120Z I 2,750 tagged Gulf race striped bass
... _.._ ... on Nov. 29 into( Talquin. Each of the
---- ----------- !
i :. ... ..- tagged fish was.eight to nine inches
nror.aooaravwaw TO OOUHTV MMfl DM HOT TO_OUIUIW__..-.--'TO'.:.......- UOT ouwmrai long.


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Tornado cagers got back Into their The key factor lacking in the Tornado f M r ,

regular season play Tuesday night, five is defense, says Coach Sex-

Jan. 8, with a 69-56 win over the Blue

Devils of Clay High in Green Cove ton.BHS is not playing good defense at

Springs. all Sexton says. The veteran Tornado -
Clay did a good job defensivlng players know how to play

Bradford sharpshooter Darren defense, and must play good defenseif

Chandler, but the other players BUS is to continue to win tough

came through and picked up the load games.

pointwise, says Coach Mike Sexton.

Herbie Cooper led the Tornado Upcoming Games...

five with 24 points. Guard Robert BUS travels to Orange Park this

Bellamy got back on track with 17 Friday night, Jan. 11.

points. Chandler still did a good Job The JV game will begin at 6:15:

scoring 12 points, the coach points heo 4

out.Going p.m.BHS beat Orange Park 63-61 the t i w .. M*. eLWW /

Into the Clay game, second game of the season in the

Chandler was averaging 29.5 points. BHS gym. Orange Park will be ; r, S n i

Coach Sexton looks for more teamsto tough to beat at home Coach Sexton

start defensing Chandler, and points out. "We're oing to have to

says the other' players will have to have a good defensive ballgame to

continue picking up the load. get the job done,"" Sexton says.

Cooper and Chandler each had 15 Next Tuesday, Jan. 15, BUS. is at

rebounds. home against Interlachen.
BHS also got a good job from
Friday, Jan. 17, BHS travels to
Simon Mitchell defensively, plus his Lake Butler.
six points.! Brooker Smarties...

John David Francis led the assist BHS U 20 ISIS" (Front row, I-r) Megan Pillow Amber Combs Melissa McLeod, Julie (3rd row, l-r) Josh Crawford, Kevin Snow Stephen McLeod and Josee .-

department with 8, Cooper had 6, Clay High 10 19 1 U 5* Robinson. Kelli Griffis, Matthugh Crosby, and Nadia llardan. Miller.

Bellamy and Mitchell 5 each, and Bradford- B.II.my1.17.. Francis (2nd row, I-r) Amy Crews Mandy Garrard Shondee Lewis, and Jason Absent: Saul Urrutia.

Chandler 3. 1-0-2 Norman 204. Chandlor 5-2-12. Corblne.
The Tornadoes shot 43
percent Cooper 12-0-24. Mitchell 30Brown -
from the field, 33 for 75. BHS wass 1-0-2 Mcleod 102. Total 33-3-t.
3-of-8 from the free throw line
Clay Jenkins Raines
Clay High. 10-0-20
10-of-16.. Thirteen fouls called *
were 4-0-B, McDanlal 1-2-4, Wllllami 2-1-5 ri -j

on BHS, eight on Clay. D.twyl.r 5-3-13 Dasher 1....*. Total.

Defense is Key... 23-10-56. Australia had more than 10 times as many sheep ((145 million) as humans ((13 million).

and DONE AND ORDERED Southwest corner of said Beginning. The property ALL CLAIMS. By Gilbert S. Brown sive Land Use Plan Element

I Legal Notices ORDER FOR UNNAMED at Jacksonville, Florida SE'/4 of NW'run: being the West onehalfof DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Clerk1tchgl10 and Map by Bradford

DEFENDANTS TO this 2nd day of January, thence North a distanceof the above description NOT SO FILED County, Florida in

........ APPEARAND 1985. 426.04 feet to on Iron Bradford County. Floridaat WILL BE FOREVER BAR accordance with the
UNITED STATES DISTRICT ........ PLEAD HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER stake, run thence West public outcry to the NOTICEOF local Government Comprehensive
COURT MIDDLE IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF (SERVICE BYPUBLICATION UNITED STATES 220:: feet to an Iron stake highest and best bidderfor RED.Date of the first APPLICATIONFOR PlanningAct

DISTRICT OF' FLORIDA THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL ) MAGISTRATE11161chg for a point of beginning.From cash at the hour of publication of this Noticeof REZONING of 1975 as providedfor

JACKSONVILLE DIVISION CIRCUIT OF THE STATE 2/21 point of beginningthus 12:00: o'clock Noon on Administration: Nov. AND AMENDMENTOF In Chapter 163 of

Coso No. 84.1439 OF FLORIDA. IN AND TO: ALL unknown heir, described continue January 30 1985 at the 15. 1984.WILMA. THE the Florida Statutes

Civ-J-12 FOR BRADFORD COUN devisees, grantee NOTICEOF West a distance of 110 front door entrance of DUNCAN. As LAND USE PLAN

TY assignees, (llenors, INTENTIONTO feet to a point; run the Bradford County Personal Representative TO: All Citizens. Taxpayers .

UNITED STATES 'Of CIVIL ACTION creditors trustees or REGISTER thence South end Courthouse at Starke, of the Estate of HARVEY An ORDINANCE and other Interested

AMERICA. Plaintiff. Case No. 84.640 other claimants, by FICTITIOUS NAME parallel to the Easterly Florida Dated: FOWLER, Deceased. the am.n.ding persons.
v.. through under or boundary of a lot deededIn December 17. 1984. Attorney for Personal ive Land Use Plan Element
JIM WALTER HOMES against Katie B. Wlmber Official Record Book Richard L. Cox, Jr.
JAMES F. NORMAN and Pursuant to Section Representative: and by Brad You and each of You
CYNTHIA K. NORMAN, INC., a Florida corpora. ly deceased, and all 865.09, Florida Statutes, 31; Page 468, Public United States Marshal BESSENT, MOODY & ford County Map, Florida in are hereby and
tion. Plaintiff other Parties having or Records of Bradford Middle District of Florida SALZMAN
Defendants. notice Is hereby given By: Wm. A. accordance with the herewith given noticeIn
vs. claiming to have any that the"undersigned County" Florida a Dorothea Bean Bessent. Ill, Esquire, 403 local Government Comprehensive accordance with
ORDER OF SERVICE BOBBY I. COHENS and right title or Interest In T.W. GRIMSLEY & BEN L. distance of 162.04 feet to Assistant United States West Georgia Street PlanningAct Florida Statutes that

BY PUBLICATIONThis JANIE B. COHENS his the property hereinafter. OVALS P.O. Box 436. Inverness a point: run thence East Attorney AttorneyFor P.O. Box 1056, Starke, of 1975 as providedfor the Board of County

wife; and NORTH described. Fla. 32651.0456. a distance of 110 feet to Plaintiff Florida 32091 ((904)) in Chapter 163 of Commissioners' of Brad.
FLORIDA REGIONAL You are hereby 'an Iron.stake''c 1/17 96472623728327.
cause cama to b. Joint owners, doing : run 12/274tchg the Florida Statutes.TO ford County Florida,
HOSPITAL. INC.,, Defen- notified that an ,action 162.04 feet 'to ,
heard the verified business' under the firm 12/274tch1l1/17 'c have designated the ;
motion upon of Plaintiff' for an dants.j! has been Instituted/ pomeof SANDLIN CORP poJnt' f of..beginning. 5,. ........ .. : All Citizens'. Taxpayers Bradford County Zoning I f

Order of' Service by against you In the above d/b/a SKYLINE HOUSING ho been filed against NOTICEa. and other Interested and Planning Board to
Publication and It appearing NOTICE OF SUIT Court by the United 1630 N. TempleAve. you and you are required IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF APPLICATIONFOR conduct a public hear.

that this action States of America for ., Starke, FL 32091 to serve a copy of your OF FLORIDA EIGHTH REZONING person ing at a regular

has b..n brought for the TO: Bobby L. Cohens and the enforcement of a lien Intends to register said written defense, if any JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND AMENDMENTOF You and each of You meeting held at 7.00

enforcement of a lI.n Janle R. Cohen, his against real property fictitious name under the to If on the Plaintiff attorney AND FOR BRADFORD THE and P.M. in the Council

against property wife, who. residences situated! In Bradford aforesaid statute. whose name and COUNTY. FLORIDA LAND USE PLAN are herewith hereby noticeIn Room of Starke City
or. unknown. County within the Middle address Is Terence M. CASE NO. 84-93-CP given
situated In Bradford Dated this 27th day of accordance with Hall, Starke, Florida,
County within the Middle YOU ARE HEREBY District of Florida and December A.D.. In Brown, Esquire, Tomlin. Probate DivisionIN An ORDINANCE amen Florida Statutes that on Tuesday, January

District of Florida and NOTIFIED that on actionto described a. follow.: Bradford County. son & Brown P.A., Post dlnll'tho Comprehensiveland the Board of 29, 1985, and make a
described as follows: foreclose a mortgog. A portion of the Northeast 12/27 4tchg 1/17 Office Drawer 40, RE: ESTATE OF Use Plan Element CountyCommissioners recommendation to the
of Bradford
West 100 f..t of Lot 3 on the following property Quarter (NEVi) of Starke, Florida 32091, on HARVEY FOWLER, and Map by Bradford Board of County Commissioners

of Block 22 of the City of In Bradford County Southwest Quarter or before 12 February Deceased. County. Florida In accordance have County, Florida the and the f
Florida to-wtt (SWV.) and of 1983. and file the designated
Lawtey, Bradford County : a portion with the local Board will consider on t
Florida, according to Lot 7 and the NN'/. of the Northwest Quarter IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF original with the Clerk of NOTICEOF Government Comprehensive and Bradford County Board Zoning Monday February 4, I (t
Lot 8 of Block 3 (NWVl ) of Southeast this Court either before Planning to
the map or plot thereof THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL conduct hearing 1985, at the Commis- | I
Gahagan Subdivision as Quarter (SE') of Section service on Plaintiff attorney of 1975 for in a public
record at Plat Book 2, CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR as provided sinners Room of the
Page 61 of the public per plot thereof recorded 28 Township 6 South BRADFORD COUNTY or Immediately ALL PERSONS HAV Chapter 163 of the at a regular Bradford County Courthouse .

records of Bradford In the Public Records Range 22 East In the City FLORIDA. thereafter otherwise a ING CLAIMS OR Florida Statutes meeting held at 7.00 Starke, Florida, I"
P.M. In the Council
of Bradford County, of Starke, Bradford default will be entered DEMANDS AGAINST THE .
County Florida ..aldprop.rty Civil Case No. 84.662 at 10:00 A.M. an Ordinance
Room of Starke
lying and being Florida. County Florida, and being against you for the relief ABOVE ESTATE AND All TO: All Citizens Taxpayers City relating to:

within Section 23, has been filed againstyou more particularly MARY G. FRANKLIN demanded, In the complaint OTHER PERSONS IN. and other interested Hall, Starke, Florida The rezoning of the

Township 5 South Rang. and you are requiredto described a* follow.. Plaintiff or petition. TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: persons. on'Tuesday, January following described
Bradford serve a copy of your Commence at the Intersection WITNESS my hand and YOU ARE HEREBY 29 1985 and make a and
22 East, County vs. property amendingthe
Florida written defenses If any of the PEGGY HELEN the teal of said Court on NOTIFIED that the administration You and each of You recommendation to the ComprehensiveLand

and It furth.r appearing to It, on the Plaintiff attorney Southerly boundary of HAMILTON. December 21, 1984. of the Estateof are hereby and herewith Board of County Commissioners Use Plan to provide .

that Defendants' whose name and Bridges Street (formerly Defendant. GILBERT S. BROWN HARVEY FOWLER given notice In accordance and the that land currently

Jam. F.. Norman and address is: Seventh Street) and'th. Clerk Circuit Court Deceased Is pending In with Florida Board will consider on tbned OR and

Cynthia K. Norman can. Harry M. Hobbs, P.A., Westerly boundary of NOTICE OF ACTION By: Marian McRae the Circuit Court for Statutes that the Board Monday February 4, designated by the planas
1985 the Commissioners
not b. served within the 723 East Kennedy Church Street and run PROPERTYTO Deputy Clerk Bradford County of County Commissioners at Agricultural be

State of Florida, that it Is Boulevard, Tampa, thence South 17 degrees 121214tchg 1/17 Florida. Probate Division of Bradford Bradford Room of Courthouse the rezoned to Cl, and
Florida 33602 and 45 minutes West the address of County Florida have County
not practicable to serve : PEGGY HELEN designated Commercial
and and file the original along said Westerly which Is N. Temple designated the Bradford Starke. Florida, of
them personally; HAMILTON. ADDRESS the property
with the Clerk of the distance of at 10:00 A.M. an Ordinance
they have not voluntarily boundary a UNKNOWN.YOU Avenue, Starke, Florida County Zoning and Plan. LACASIBU PROPERTIES
above styled Court on or 388.36 feet to a concrete UNITED STATES DISTRICT 32091 The Personal fling Board to conduct a relating to
appeared herein' ; It I Is ARE NOTIFIED CORP.. described as
therefore before F.bruary 8, 1985; monument for point of that an action to COURT MIDDLE Representative of the public hearing at a The rezoning of the followsApproximately: '
otherwise a Judgementmay beginning. From point of foreclose DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Estate Is WILMA DUN. regular meeting held at following described of
ORDERED as : on a Mortgageand and ten ((10)) acres out
1. Defendants James be entered against beginning thus described Security Agreementfor JACKSONVILLE DIVISION CAN whose' address Is 7:00 '.M. In the Council property amendingthe Parcels 4936.00100 and

F. Norman and Cynthia you for the reliefdemanded run North 72 degreesand the following described Court No. 84.705 Rt. 1. Box 205 Claremont Room of Starke City Hall. ComprehensiveLand 4876 0000 in Sections 19
In the Com 27 minutes West a C1V.J16UNITED Florida 32711. The Use Plan to provide
Starka. Florida on Tuesday
K. Norman shall appear property In Bradford & 20 Township 7 South,
that land
in this cause and plead plaint or P.tltlon.WITNESS distance of 108.76 feet to County Florida: name and address of the January 29, 1985 zoned OR currently and Rang. 22 East, located
my hand and a concrete monument: STATES OF Personal ,and make a recommendation
to the complaint filed Two parcels of land lying 4 miles South of Starke
the seal of said Court on run thence South 17 AMERICA Plaintiff Representative' Attorney to the Board of designated by the planas and
herein on or b.for. In the Southeast off St. Rd. 221
January 2, 1983.GILBERT degree and 43 minute VS, are set forth County Commissioners, Agricultural be
F.bruary 29 1985, or In Quarter (5E'of( ) Northwest North of Hampton, for
rezoned CI anddesignated
default thereof, the S. BROWN. West a distance of 105 Quarter (NWVi), ANN 1. GREEN, o/k/a below: and the Board will consider to storage facilities for
Clerk Circuit Court feet to a concrete monument ANN LAURA GREEN All persons having on Monday Business,
shall and
Court proceed to Section 17, Township 6 repair rebuilding
By: Beulah Moody run thence South a/k/a ANN A. GREEN. claim or demand February 4, 1935 at the the property of
judgement In this cause South, Range 22 East automobile starters
Deputy Clerk 72 degree and 27 Defendants. against the Estate or.required Commissioners Room of
to the extent provided by Bradford County and generators, no
minute East a distanceof WITHIN THREE the Bradford as :
l102tchgt17PUBLIC CountyCourthouse
Section 1633 Title 28. Florida, and more particularly retail.
108.67 feet to a concrete described NOTICE OF SALE MONTHS FROM THEM Starke, 20.000 Sq. Ft. (C'It Ac.),
United States Cod., a. If as located and You are further given
NOTICETO monument on DATE OF THE FIRST Florida at 10:00: AM. an one
aid Defendants had follows: NOTICE that a copy of
one/half miles South of
aforesaid Westerly Notice Is hereby glv.nIhoj PUBLICATION OF THIS Ordinance relating to:
b..n served with pro.c. PARCEL A: Commenceat sold proposed OR.
... within the State of : WILLIAM PURVIS boundary of Church the Intersection of the pursuant to a Final NOTICE to file with the The rezoning of the Starke off Forsyth Rd. DINANCE Is availablefor
Florida. Rt. 4. Starke, FL 32091. Street run thence North Westerly boundary of Judgment entered on. Clerk of the above Court following described property (SE llth) onto SE 20th Inspection at
2. This ord.r b. NOTICE to sell contents 17 degrees, 45 minutes the right-of-way of State November 27. 1984 by a written statement of and amending the Terr., one-quarter mileon the office of the Director

published In anewspaper of Unit No. 82, East along said Westerly Road 16 and the Northerly the above styled cause,. any claim or demand Comprehensive Land left in 'Section14: of Zoning and Plan
of \ Mlnlof'AmerlcaStorage boundary a distance of the -undersigned: United.. they may have. Each' Use Plan to provide that Township 7 South
of the
general boundary right. ning, City Hall Thompson -
circulation In Bradford Hwy. 100 105 feet to point of ef-way of a county rood States Marshal or any of claim must be In writing land currently zoned OR Range 22 East, out of Street Starke,

County. Florida, not I... Keystone Height. Fl beginning.and and run thence West his duly appointed and must be In writing and designated by the Parcel 468701100, to Florida.

than once each w..k for 32636 on January 19, you are ordered along said Northerly deputies will sell the and must Indicate the plan as Agricultural be be used for welding Each and person

six consecutive weeks 1983 at 10 a.m. Satur and required to appear boundary a distance of property situate in Bradford basis, of the claim the rezoned to RSF-Mrl, and .hop. having every Interest
day. Content Include and plead In said action County Florida, name and address of the designated Mixed You or. further given any
the date
331.26 feet
prior to return to a point whatever the enactment
hereinabove designated electric dryer, 2 TV., and file your answer aid point being 881.2 described as: creditor or his agent or residential' the propertyof NOTICE that a copy of of this proposed

DONE AND ORDEREDat electric typewriter with the Clerk of this feet Easterly of the A parcel of land lyingIn attorney and the FREEMAN REGISTER said proposed ORDINANCE ORDINANCE should appear

Jacksonville, Florida ltchgl/10 Court at Jacksonville Southwest corner of 8ClldSE' the SEV1 of Section 24, amount claimed. If the III, described as follow.: Is availablefor and be heard at
Florida and to erve a Township 6 South, Range claim I I. not yet due the 11.75 acres located five your Inspection at -
2nd of .
this day January of NW / ; run the time and place
the office of the Director
1985. UNITED STATES DISTRICT copy thereof upon the thence North a distanceof 22 fast, Bradford County date when It will become: miles South of Starke -. prescribed

( HOWARD. SNYDER COURT MIDDLE Plaintiff attorney 264 feet to an Iron ,* Florida and Ming due hall be dated. If East off Hwy 301 and of Zoning and Planning BOARD OF BRADFORD

,UNITED STATES DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, Dorothea Beane, Assistant stake for point of begin mora particularly the claim I I.contingent or South of 221. out ofParcel City Hall, Thompson COUNTY COMMISSIONERS .

MAGISTRATE1176tchg221 JACKSONVILLE DIVISION United State Attorney ning. From point of described a* follows:' unliquidated, the natureof 0986-0000 In Section Street, Starke,
Case No. 84.1432 Post Office Box Commence at the SE the uncertainty hall 25 Township 7 South Florida.
beginning thus described By: Gilbert S. Brown.
Civ-J-16 600 Jacksonville, ., continue North a corner of said Section 24, be stated. If the claim Is Range 21 East to have Each and every person Clerkltchgl10

NOTICEOF Florida 32201. on or distance of 162.04 feet to Township South, Range secured, the security mobile homes on 20,000 having any interest
UNITED STATES before 23. and North shall be described. The whatever In the enactment
OF February sq.ft.
INTENTIONTO an Iron stake run thence 22 East run ........
AMERICA. Plaintiff 1963. If you fall to do so.judgement VSXW! West a distanceof claimant shall deliver You are further given of this proposed
REGISTER West a distance of 220
v.. ( by default 938.44 feet run sufficient copies of the NOTICE that a copy of ORDINANCE should appear .0'
FICTITIOUS NAME feet to Iron stake
an run
THE ESTATE OF KATIE B. will be' entered against ; thence South 83*0/5O" claim to the Clerk to aid proposed OR. and be heard at
thence South 162.04 feetto ,
WIMBERLY and the heir you for the relief West distance 900.16 enable the Clerk to mall DINANCE is available for the time and place
Pursuant to SactlonU5.09. an Iron stake run
at law WINIFRED demanded In the com ; feet for Point of Beginning one copy to each Per your Inspection at the office prescribed.
Florida Statute, thence East a distance of
SCHNEIDER, daughter of plaint.It :from Point of Beginning anal Representative of the Director of BOARD OF BRADFORD I
I hereby given 220 feet to of
notice point
the* undersigned.PERRY Katie B. Wlmberly, and I I.. ORDERED that the beginning. thus described, continue All Persons InterestedIn Zoning and Planning. CIty COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -
that of Suit and 83010'50" the Estate to whom 4
the unknown heirs, above Notice South a Hall ThompsonStreet
F. KOONS. 212 E. devisees, grantees, andatilgnees Order for Unnamed PARCEL B: Commence West a distance of 200 copy of this Notice of Administration Starke Florida. By: Gilbert S. Brown,
Noble' Av., Willlston FL at the Intersection of ..h.W..t.rly .
lUnors, Defendant to Appear feet run thence North6'SJ'OT' has been Each and every person ,
32696 sole owner doing creditor and Plead '(Service by boundary of West distanceof mailed are required having Interest t.
trustee a '
or any
t under the firm the of State .J"
business right-of-way ........
other claimant by Publication) ba published 214.34: feet to the WITHIN THREE MONTHS whatever In the enactment .
Road 16 and the Norther '
nom. through, under oragainst by the United State Southerly right-of-way FROM THE DATE OF THE of this proposed NOTICEOF ....
Av. of the
964 N Temple ly boundary right-
THE ESTATE OF Marshal In a newspaperof line of State appear /
of of road
Starke. FL 3209K KATIE B. WIMBERLY and general circulation 'In -way a county thence North 83W53" THIS NOTICE to file any and be heard at the REZONING '

8? to, register said fictitious the alt) parties having a Bradford County. and run said thence West East along aforesaid objection they may time and place prescrib AND AMENDMENTOF
'r under along Northerlyboundary
name let than ,right-of-way have that challenge the THE
claim right, title or In- Florida not Southerly
distance of ed.BOARD
aforesaid statute.Dated of Wrest In the property once each week for six feet a line a distance of 200 qualification of the Personal OF BRADFORD LAND USE PLAN
this 2nd day 331.26 to a point
therein Defendant. consecutive week priorto feet, run thence South Representative or COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
January.. 'A.D. 1983. In > return date said point being' 881.2 6'52'0'East a distance the venue or Jurisdictionof An ORDINANCE am.n.ding

Bradford County. feet Easterly of the feet to Point of the Court. the Comprehen
1/31 NOTICE OF SUIT hereinabove designated. 0121451
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'Red Horse Moves 1n :, .

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H An elite engineering unit of the Air. National Guard will have a big economic impactBy

The new unit will also be available for service in

BCT Staff Writer times of natural disasters in the state in addition to "

.\, The Florida National Guard's Camp Blanding Training continuing their training regimen.In '.
I Facility continues to grow with the addition of an an war-time situation NATO commanders believe i

elite new unit which officially made its home here in that the present numerical superiority of the com-

ceremonies Saturday, Jan. 5, but must be prepared to munist air forces may present them with a tough situa- '
move out within a moment's notice in case of an tion a vital network of military airfields damaged bya I ;\ .-
emergency.The "first strike"of enemy fighter bombers. That's ,:
202nd Civil Engineering Squadron is one of onlya where the Red Horse unit goes into action." .
handful of its kind in the United States who's primary "We would immediately be airlifted, along with our '.'

mission is to "recover, repair and maintain" bombedout sister unit based in Virginia Beach, to a location
or damaged military airstrips in a wartime situa- somewhere in Southern Europe," Kozdras explained."To .

tion.The maintain air superiority in the European theatre r .
KED HORSE!Rapid Engineer Deployable, properly functioning airfields are vital. We would fly
Heavy Operational Repair Squadron, Engineer) into the site, begin emergency repairs to the landing
squadi on was formerly based in Jacksonville at the International strip itself, then recover and restore as much of the
Airport where it was assigned to maintainthe damaged support equipment at the site as possible.The .
airstrip and a 11 vital functions on the ground for the rest we have to replace. The goal is to restore the

125th Fighter Group, an interceptor squadron equippedwith site for combat operations as quickly as possible.
supersonic F-106 fighter planes assigned to protect Hours may be vital in that situation."
the airspace of the continental United States. The new unit will employ a total of 217 personnel in
its new home at Camp BLanding in the following
"The expanded area at Camp Blanding offers this
specialties: Civil, Electrical and General Engineers *e '
squadron a perfect training ground for us to train per- Supply Administration and Transport Officers. Doc

sonel for our mission, which is to repair bombed out or tors(general practitioner, Medical Technician, Ad-
damaged airfields if the red flag goes up," explained ministration Safety Technician, Disaster
Squadron Commander Frank W. Kozdras from his of- Electricians ,
Preparedness, Sheetmetal Carpenters ,
fice in the new armory building at the Camp. Kozdras Ref and AC Heating Specialists Masonry Vehicle ,
gained his experience as Base Engineer for the 171st Maintenance, Construction Equipment operators i .T
Fighter Group in the Pittsburg area before being Plumbing, Supply Specialists Pavement and
chosen to head up the elite Red Horse Squadron. "They Maintenance Engineering Assistants, Production Con-
have a lot of land down here where have the room, and
trol, Pest Management and Liquid Fuels.Of .
don't have to about noise in continu-
worry making a makeup
the 217 guardsmen approximately 27 will s
ing effort to make our training as realistic as possible. dr;
a full time cadre responsible for coordinating train-
If wouldn't have the time to
an emergency occurs, we
ing and maintaining facilities, and supplies."We .
learn the the We can't be to equipment
ropes on way. just ready go
expect to increase the number of visiting units
one weekend per month, we have to maintain a cons- 'q
within the next few months, which will also have a t'
tant readiness in case we are needed. We think this ". '
beneficial effect on the economy of the local area,
facility offers us that and we also hope we can make a *'
Kozdras said. "We will be hiring from a 50-mile radius fs
positive impact (in the community and the surroundingarea
around the camp. Job training will be available in y"p
with well.
"ew ,jobs as about 27 positions which will provide opportunities for,

The Florida Air National Guard's newest unit was many people in the community to improve their quality + x lIK
dedicated in official activation ceremonies held on the of life"

Camp's parade grounds, where State Adjutant General Alterations to existing facilities at the camp is expected "a '
Robert Ensshn presented the guidon to Unit Com- to cost over $150,000, with yearly maintanence I
mander Frank Kozdras, signifying the activation of the to sustain the unit running as high as $250,000. qd fr b ,r

202nd. Salaries of the 27 full-time personnel will run$750,000, r
The 202nd is one of only seven such units and a first yearly. Another three-quarters of a million will be

for the Florida Air National Guard, earned annually by unit members through their monk .
At full strength, the unit will require 27 full-time per- thly and yearly training periods. These earnings canbe'
sonnel and 190 reservists and will contribute over $2
expected to provide a direct economic impact on the 4
million yearly to the local economy In addition, a five- immediate area. .. ; ,
H-''' year, $t mtllijjn!' building. !" !' '!is planned! << oft' p 140uT4 -' .. .Other military units which will be deploye v-O taps!
Jlln 1./1/ II ..""t-.1tll".I fttl? M ii''"iiiMiii. .t: .IJ"N'C -. '.':""fJJllTrdh1rtm" mtpefJiT ''mJ'J .
, "The addition 0 t unit ate F 101'1 lona ; the year are expected to provide an additional $ oOOO. ,
Ii' Guard, represents a gee facet in our responsibilities to to $100,000 into the local economy each year. tf { ,>
commented "in that ... p ( ''iSg i '' 1 ,
both state and country, Kozdras i* .ty t Cr fr, 1 7y a
we are not a flying unit and our mission encompasses a Salaries amounting to $750,000( generated by 27 mew
worldwide commitment" full-time positions and an additional $700,000 generatedby + 'i tyt74 1' 4Rj
Approximately 140 acres at Camp Blanding have 190 guardsmen and another $90,000 for deployed 1 + y'i
been designated for the new unit. A permanent com- units coming to Blanding for training will account for '
plex will be built to house and provide training for an annual economic impact on the local community of
"Red Horse" and other Guard Engineering units who well over $1.5 million. + Jt, 4
will be deploying to Camp Blanding each year. New construction required to house the "Red Horse" .k p ,
There were at least five other locations consideredby unit will amount to 3.4 5 million dollars over the next {
the Pentagon for this unit. The site in Florida offered three to five years plus an additional $150,000 in altera ib'P P I

the unique advantages of longer training due to tions and modifications to existing facilities. Pr
the favorable climate, unrestricted construction and Maintenance required to sustain the operation is

equipment available due to the vast land holdings and estimated to $200 $250,000 per year. S
what Ko/dras: calls a "favorable recruiting environ "We're glad to be here," Kozdras said. "We're look
ment". ing forward to becoming part of the community."


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meet Monday 8 p.m. (closed meeting) and Friday, 8 p.m., open meeting In ; -( (;! ; i 'o'I"i' j j "'"" ,

Educational Building Community Church, Keystone Heights. p'n' ,. ; !::/, : :, ; N iA; : ,; ..,. ;/ .

EXERCISE CLASSES..Aerobics 4'00 p.m., M. W t f and 6:00 p.m. T, W. F ($25)); "... 'J J..., ,." ,(-" /. ..
SlimnastiLS 10.00 T & TH (SI 8)); and Stretch 8 Flex, 8:30 a.m. M t W (SI 8)). Call BH i ;'I, !,.. ",'\!''" ;.;;:,,';,";""""IWr\\I' .J ;' 1,1\\ \,H', "",,"!, ',\"' ".... ,
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WEIGHT MANAGEMENT CLASS..Tuesdays from January 8 to March S, First class

on nutrition, exercise and lifestyle change Is free. M.elln Bradford Hospital Din. ; 1 ,:' ,;

: Ing Room 7 to 9 p.m. Call BH Center for information: 964-4210. .', .. .. *..1'\1",1' ..'

SrRES' MANAGEMENT CLASS..4'week class starts Thursday Jan. 17. Meet at I .. 'Ii;; ?'
ot-the door. Call BH .
the Bradford Hospital Library. $25 registratlon/$30 1sr .
Center for Information: 964.4210. l ( ,:Ii". ; :
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TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH.., Meetings held each week In. the Parish House "lq1, 11i" .

Include: > (//r I" : .
Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m. :: :

Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30: p.m. ,
;' Brownies meet Monday at 3 p.m. .... '
Girl Monday at 3 '
Scouts meet p.m. .

EXPLORER SCOUTING TROOP..forming in Starke. Call 964-6911 9646911 for Information. M t.

KEYSTONE NIGHTOWLS... Night version of Homemakers Club meets second Ire

Tuesday of each' month at 7:30 p.m.. at First Baptist Church In Keystone. ..

STARKE BOY SCOUT TROOP 70 ..meets from 7 8:30 p.m. each Tuesday the ; nri r .i ;'"

I scout hut behind the tennis courts on Prott Street In Starke. : '.
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I, .> Churches.Clubs and Organizations rd .. :. ,.-.,

I DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB.t.meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. at.Starke ". .;.t..,i"''<, 1 j frL .. (; ,. .

Woman's Ctub. Bridge players are Invited to attend ---. '' ; '
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I A WEIGHT WATCHERS CLUB.. Is being held In Starke on Monday nights at 6:30: .\ ', .,.. : .' .. 'tiF ./;.,,
1-473-2730 for'more Information. .
p.m. Peggy Register .,
MELROSE TOPS... The weight reducing club meets each. Tuesday at'9:30: a.m. at "' .. ,
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the Eliam Baptist Church; In Melrose. "
LAKE BUTLER TOPS..:Take Off Pounds Sensibly Club meets each Thursday evening ;,c'," .

at 7.00 p m. at UCHS' lake Butler For further Information- call Linda Durham .' to" ". ,
at 496.3384. t'UI
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CONCERT PHONE NUMBERS... Jacksonville Coliieum and Civic Auditorium ., CO. .". > ':. ..
1.633.3900.; Florida Theatre 1.355-2787; Playground South :'I,724.6S00; Orlando / ,'.
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Bob Carr Center 1.3O8438111; Civic Center 1305345.9898; Lakeland Civic
Center and Theatre1- 1-813-686-7126; Tallahassee Civic Center 1.904.487.1691; A New Home for the Air National Guard... .

Tampa's Theatre 1.813.223-8981, Curllss Hixon Hall 1-813-223-8511, USF Sun The "Red Horse" Engineering Squadron is here to stay and plans are Kozdras and State Adjutant General. Major General Robert Ensslln.
Dome 1-813974-3111: St. Petersburg Bayfront Center 1-813-893-7251; underway which will have a big economic! Impact on this area. At top: Captain Mark Momberg of the 202nd shows his two son. Graham
Daytona Beach Peabody Auditorium 1904252.0821; Cocoa Beach Brassy's Shown above: Col. Richard Peizullo. Chief of the Engineering Division of and George the controls of some of the heavy equipment used by the new

.305-184.5414.. the Air National Guard discuss the role the Red Horse Squadron will be call- Florida Air National Guard Unit at Camp Blanding.

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On the Road...
This isn't the old west it's U.S.301
as an old-fashioned wagon train roll LOWBACK
ed Starke.down the highway early this weekIn

tt.Pt The wagon train is part of a unique
E t rehabilitative program for youthful
offenders called "VisionQuest" and PAIN?
originates in Pennsylvania.The .
kids on the trip must care for
their animals and learn other
responsibilities on the trail in their Same Day Emergency Appt.
year-long journey responsibilitiesthat
help expand the youngster's experience Complete Family Chiro-
and help make them better
citizens when they return. practic Care.

Workers Compensation and

auto injuries accepted. _


... Headaches, Low Back Pain,

I to Neck & Arm Pain, Numbness & ---4

i ""ftisi9 i Quest: travels- through Starke ';'I +-; .-.i..... .. ;:..."Tingling:;,.. '73-7213- CALL TODAY a? T -

By MarkFriedlm to avoid being incarcerated," he would have never dreamed of when Lawrence Blvd, Keystone Heights
BCT Staff Writer said. "But they come out of it with they began. That's good for them MonFn 8:30-6:00: :
Members of"Vision Quest",a unique changes in their personalities they and its good for society." Weekends, Evenings 473.7894Great
rehabilitative for
program -,.. -.. -- .
juvenile offenders, certainly knew ... _.. __ I
how to turn some heads and attract c IMulti

some slowly attention down U.S. as 301 in they Starke traveled early MileS

this covered week wagons.- they were traveling in I '',t/ Car! Great Price!

The wagons are part of the pro-
gram and are complete with mules, The Only 50,000 5 Year Cars Made in America
horses and scouts riding ahead to COMPARE & SAVE .
clear traffic. They must be doing a . ,524.8 W-/
P165 80 013 -- @J
good job. The group comes and is all the :: --. P180 80 D13 . . $2588 : i
way from Pennsylvania trains quite of P19S 75 B14PZ05 . . $2983 : 85 Colt :
different from the wagon j' Res 75 B14 . . $31.88 I Compare by Plymouth
the old west. HAVE P21575B1SP2ZS . $3388 'n'r : EPA 37 MPG
and ROAD 75 B1Si . . $3588 e'ha i 2 Dr., 5 Speed, City CIIRYSLER
more"It's,"a explained treatment WagonmasterTony program f i GUARANTEEP235 HAZARD 75 815 ,Front, ...&. ,R..ear. $3888 .: -- 41 Highway
Zasa,a counselor who has been
with the program for the past six Front End Brake Job Steam CleanAlignment : 200 ,
here .. ... : 56
years. "The kids are placed IncludM !fRI,nl. p
with us by the courts and they get a cIIlftl nptck bt.rin" i. I : :
trip that for most of them is totally i $1295 6995 14BO \\DodgeTrucks\
outside of their experience. They I'I

become it, which better benefits individuals everyone becauseof ," I :I( vlsn r.' 1 i._ i i : i
The wagon train is a kind of open :
air training program, one step in a I i I
Bill Bogle, Specializes :
that is designedto i Owned A Operated by
three-part program i
In Car Repair !
Pat & Dean Cortett
the experience.
broaden youths' "
The group which visited Starke 25 Years Experience i ij 85 Aries

this Waldo week, where, eventually they camped ending out up for in I CORBETT'S J JJRES. SERVICE l lI i iI "
several days,is originally from Pennsylvania l 964-6436 1 2 Dr., blue, AT, AC, Tint Glass,
..... (Formerly Stork Hr tton ) : :
and make an tripto I .cl"1I PLX

Florida, drawing youths from all ::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:::.:::..:::.:.::.:.:.:J I AM-FM Stereo, wipers,
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over the Northeast,although 75 percent -------.-----------..-..--..-.-....-..------...- ---- -- -- --- and much morel!
come from Pennsylvania. ---- Then take off *368 $
$9283 8915
The youths are taught respon- for Free Auto. Trans.
sibility when they are given an
animal, or a group of animals to be THE PROMISE SHOPA -
taken care of on the trip. If they fail LUXURY C
in these new responsibilities at any Christian Book Store & Gift Shop USED
time time, their horse or mule is
taken away and they must walk until LAWRENCE BLVD 473.7624 85 Lebaron
they earn the right to keep it again.
It's a powerful incentiveeveryone( 2 Door Hardtop 83 Dodge 81 Pontiac 81 PontiacAT
walks the first week), as one might *
imagine, and very few let their fflfter %hristm as dale AC, PS Charger Bonneville Lemans 4 Door
counselors down in their new tasks. Super Sharp AT, AC, PS 4 Dr., HT, Loaded Air, PS, Tilt Wheel
Each young person spends a All Christmas Items 1/2 Price
minimum of one year on the wagon Buy & Savelll!!! $5990 5950 $4250
train, but the actual amount of time Including Boxed Christmas Cards
with the
for each individual varies
nature of the offense and the time
needed for rehabilitation.The Super Saver'Bible SpecialsOn
final phase of the program involves Your Choice
placing the youthst never Many of Our Bibles 80 Buick 79 Ford 70 Chevrolet
refered to as juveniles by Zasa or his
staff) into a home atmosphere for a Our New Valentine Cards with ScripturesHave 250 Regal Brougham 4x4 Pickup Impala

final program period is completed.of adjustment before the arrived including boxed Children's Cards 74 AMC Gremlin T Tops Loaded 4 Sp., PS Good Carl

Funding for the program comes 3250 550
from the various counties in different 74 Hornet $5990
states which the youths come We Place Orders WeeklyIf 74 Maverick

from.Zasa says the program seems to we don't have what you're looking for...
be very successful seven out ten We can order if for you.MonFri .
kids in the program never come 1
back or commit any other offense.
The counselor says very seldom seesa Starke
youth unresolvable who's problems. many are are completely the- Chrysler-Plymouth DodgeUS

product of broken homes, sexual 9:30.5:30 ( 301 N) 1320 N. Temple Ave. 964.6081I
abuse or other domestic problems.Zasa .
says many hair poor ,, 9:30.2:00
role models for parents.
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Seminar January .
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seminar to help farmer deal ,.....," ,;.,.....' ,'.,;;-:. .,\,,'..' ." .7'1.": ..;
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1 Jan. 24,at the Florida Farm Bureau .'v ; ... ,1 ,. .
d:J headquarters in Gainesville. '. ."' '".. "'".' ....".. .,
The seminar is being coponsored
by Florida Farm Bureau and!the Institute '
of Food an Agricultural :. ,.; ;,. .' I

Sciences"This seminar should be a must ""f _
for all farmers and ranchers in 'i' e
: Florida"says FFBF President CarlB. rami I Centers
.Loop Jr.,"because many of these CooMgdtgstGeyslale.Co" J: .' )! A HOUSEHOLD
tax law changes will directly affect ,:
the overall net Incomes of farmers INTERNATIONAL COMPANY )i
and ranchers everywhere."
Items to be covered at the seminar
include changes in investment credit
laws, captital gains laws, install
ment sales laws and new record- SaleHurry
keeping requirements on business January Super
and personal use of vehicles.
"All of these tax law changes will
affect the operations farmers and
ranchers throughout Florida," says
Bobby Bennett,director of FFBF's

very Research important and Development.that farmers"It is today! Look: for these and other super values.

become aware of their new respon-
sibilities early enough to be able to
record the necessary information
throughout the year." '
Also expected to be covered at the
seminar are the three tax
posed for 1985 and the 1985 .

proposal.The seminar is free of charge, 0l
with registration beginning at 8:30 ", loni1oS0duci
a.m., January 24. For additional Noiloolo
seminar information contact Bobby :
Bennett Florida Farm Bureau,P.O. n9 the
Box 730, i Gainesville, FI 32062 CIS
Phone: (904)378-1321. '

Year-1.:nd Remindersby : > ,

A.Glenn Moore, P
: District Manager c"
People! receiving Social Security f Malted Milk
benefits should note that there are .Beat "r1thCRV
some things they can do at the end of Cat1dY sfOmQhc
the year that will help ensure that
they continue to get the most out oft .Pert.act after
their Social Security and Medicare TOUch-

protection.For one thing, it's a good time to $" ; /s
review one's circumstances to see if \)50
there are any changes that may affect ; = ft, S u
one's benefits. These include N4 S
may Retail
( changes in earnings if a person liii f; Wc F fCTAC R PrtCe

continues to work after retirement, ... Wl_ I CHItBELLI SHA.D1= '
change in marital status, change in
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common events that may affect a crunch.Covered with delicious milk choco 24 spectacular colors. Dries fast and is perfect for
person's monthly check. These and late. Great snacks your whole family will love. touch-ups.Just the right size to keep in your purse
other events are discussed below: Large family-size carton. or desk.

Change in earnings People who _
work in 1984 and whose earnings exceed ,
the annual earnings limit or __ Includes 2 Sheets

were higher than estimated ea- II HI & 1 Set of Pillow Cases
ings should report the change in ear- Bedsack
nings as soon as possible. Many people
wait until the April 15 deadline to Mattress FlannelPad
include'':-the"!Changes: in the annual : ;" (, ,
earnings report.:. However,.by that 1( '" Sheet Set
time Substantial of
benefit may have overpayment occurred. This is '__ ,." _.., _..' ; t ;
4. -- becaoBf benefits'are reduced $1 for ", ....-e' I '-fj au"r" is Twin Size';Reg4.: '9.69 TwinSetReg.. '24,39. .y I
each$2 of earnings above the annual
limit. People who work. are' requiredto Full Size Reg. 12.99 $
the Am-
9 9
they expect :- .'{ '
benefits are. djusted accordingly.Any I. ., :. $9 00 ,
unreporte earnings would mean: .
the person would receive more o Full Set Reg. 29.99
benefits that he or she is entitled to-
overpayments. The law requires Queen Size Reg.p15.99 $

; overpayments of Social Security _ _ _' _" King Size Reg. 19.99 2 0 9 9
benefit to be repaid. :; $1 J .
Change in marital status The $ r
10 |bag
benefits of people under 60 who are ,Queen Set Reg. 34.9
$13 0 0
receiving benefits on the earnings of 16 ounces Tidy Cat 3 Cat Box Filler controls odors 3
Deodorizes;absorbs faster and
a deceased worker stop if they ways. .
marry.. Benefits to widows and Clean and shine your no-wax floors with leaves a clean fresh scent..
widowers or surviving divorces Brit. New improved formula cleans and j'j'I !Z599Divided
t spouses 60 and over are generallynot shines without wax build-up.-
affected by marriage. And in a ,'
1983 change in the law, disabled _
widows and widowers and surviving t

without divorced spouses affecting 50-60 their can benefits.remarry 50 Count Rattan: and Chrome Rainbow Brite My Pretty Pony

However all such people should FoamPlates Side Chair Dolls'' Toy
report the marriage to Social Security -
to avoid any confusion regarding,
their new status. In some cases,it is Reg. 24.99 Reg. 19.99 ? Pastel .Pink
possible to get a higher benefit on 10.99
the earnings of a new spouse. I Reg.
Change in address Although $ 400 $1788' $11 0
most people automatically report $800
their new address to Social Security ,
when they move, people whose
checks;, are directly deposited in,
their bank or other financial Institution -
may not.' :However, Social '
Security sends people many Impor- Men's Ieev'e.JVlicr yave t \
tant notices and other informationthat Long Animal Head

post office may) affect will forward their checks.the mail The to Knit Shirts Utility paper Mate Clear Plastic

the new.address for the first year but SlippersAssorted
after that. wilr then return it to the By Wayne Rogers Table24"x18"x32" Cups
sende./Thus it's important for people Sizes
to change of address tc & Cross Creek 10 to a Package
report a '
9 oz. 20 to a
assure that Social Security is able tc Reg. 5.99 to 7.99 Pkg.
keep in touch with them. Reg. '17.99 Reg. '59.99
Change In number of dependentsEach -. o
eligible dependent of a retired, : $4.00 2/$100|
deceased, or ,disabled worker may 9.00 $ 39mOO
receive' a' benefit based on the
worker's earnings ,up to a family
maximum benefit. When'the oldest
child turns 16, parents' benefits
stop; the child's benefit 'continues
until age 18, (or 19 if a full-time high '
school student) indefinitely if the Baby Boomer Edition Velour Animal Throw Luv Bunches
child becomes disabled before 22. A
f parent should 'report 'to Social Silk Flower
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otherwise no longer in his or her Luxury
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benefits This ;year of some for people the first with time higher the : S 48 Count Package and Varieties

incomes may be subject to income Reg. '19.99 Reg. '2.99 ; Reg. 19.99 Reg. '8.99 Reg. 1.99

tax.They'will get a statement in the
mail in January from Social Security -., $ ;
1299.2OO$1400A. 6.50 99t
showing the amount of benefits _] ; :
they were paid during 1984. The ,
statement. Form SSA-1099 can be ,
used to figure their tax liability.On- 'to: ,
ly about 10 percent of the people getting '
.. ,
benefits,will be affected by this '
change In the law,And then no more
than half of their benefits will be US.301 South

subject to tax."Courage TG&Yfam centers ;

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Is grace under Aw., Mbmabpdawh.nb _...' ., meyh04mUetquallly WI IaVpnpmdU th TO&Ytotlla.toappr iyaurpureluuM.ltl< .
pr .sur.." TOr.policy. be prteed oompetittveiy, m UM market Regular ami.PrteM may'./Y aurket. by market.But dm am prIc.*ll""'" M.<*wrt_, W.wIM...h..I|>|,to niiund your nwn.y r you. M n.l aUMIM-4111 your u
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ObituariesJohn ..
Card of Thanks In Memory He knew your .day and night .
were lane with pains,
Lori Ann Lewis; his parents, OfEarlDesue But to that morning
E. McKinney Fred W. To Joy came you
John!:. Thomas and Evelyn Long Kitchens, those who expresed their sympathy Who Passed Away when God came and took you home
McKinney,68, of Palatka, of
Warren Bennett, 75, all of Starke two sisters Geneva in so many beautiful and prac
died Monday, Jan. 7, In Palatka. ; tical 13 Yrs. Ago with Him.
Starke,died early Tuesday morning, Edwards of Starke and Bernice ways during our recent
the our
A native of Starke, Mr. McKinney Jan. 8, at Bradford Hospital, Inc., Stewart of Hawthorne maternal bereavement, we extend our. heartfelt Today, January 10, 1972 Like sunshine after rain
was a retired fruit market extended illness. ; tears are not dry
owner. following an thanks.
Survivors include his wife, Lois and raised in Suwannee grandmother, Susan Hancock of God How we miss you so very much'
Born Palatka. The Family of Warren Perkins watched over you at you suf and Children,
McKinney of Palatka; two County, Mr. Bennett was the son of fered and in sleep. Wife Margaret
Funeral services held Saturday ,Jr.
were Michael Earl
daughters, Mrs. Anthony
Dorothy the late William and Josephine Ben-
Jan. 5, at 2 at Williams- BrothersLouAnn's
&Sitter and
Dubal United Arab, Mmeran p.m.
nett, former pioneer residents of Thomas
Chapel of the Chimes In
Saudi Arabia and Mrs. Barbara
Suwannee He
County. was employedby
Gainesville with Rev.Bob of
Cherie of Hollister; one son, Robert the Merita Bread Company as a Cooper
ficiating. Burial in Hillcrest
McKinney of Palatka three sisters. salesman for was Words can't let all of know
; some years until he you
Memorial Park under '
Mrs. Essie Sapp, Mrs. Lessie Kite, retired, moving to Bradford County Williams-Thomas Funeral the directionof Homeof now I feel for the way ya'll were Azalea & Blueberry FarmTake
both of Palatka and,Mrs. Morrell in 1962. Mr. Bennett was a memberof Gainesville. when I lost my loving husband, Ray 100 South towards Keystone, take right on
Clemons of Starke; one half-brother, Heilbron Springs Baptist Church. Silcox. Thanks goes to Dr. Sarnt,
24th Street
W.B. McKinney of Starke; six Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Bradford Hospital staff,Mr.Tanner, follow signs .
grandchildren and four grand- Lois Judd Bennett of Starke; one Norman Bullock the City Police, Sheriff's depart
children. daughter, Mrs. Kathleen Anthony of Norman Bullock, 87, of Orlando, ment, Brother Lester, Brother I Closed until MarchOPEN
Funeral services will be held at 1 Jacksonville Beach; one son, FredW. died Friday, Dec. 28, at the Orlando Leroy, the special seven men, and
p.m. Friday, Jan. 11, at New Hope Bennett,Jr. of Los Angeles, Cal.; General Hospital, after an apparent everyone for prayers, flowers and
Baptist Church in Palatka with one sister, Mrs. Clara Cummerfordof heart attack. food. by Appointment Only
burial to follow at 4 p.m. in McKin- Jacksonville; one step-daughter, Born in Lumberton, N.C., Mr. Thank you, Now
taking Wholesale Orders
ney Cemetery in Starke. Mrs. Jean Norman of Starke; two Bullock lived most of his life in Myrtice Silcox&family
step-sons, William C. Moore of Tucker, Ga. until moving the Orlando 964-7109
David E. Lee Salisbury,N.C. and Glen A. Moore of in 1963. He was employed by the
David E. Lee 74, of Lake Butler, Starke; 11 grandchildren and four Johns-Manville Pipe Co. until his
died Tuesday morning in the North great grandchildren. retirement and was a member of the
Florida Regional Hospital after an Funeral services will be held at 2 Baptist church.
extended illness. p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, at Heilbron Survivors include two sons
Born in Suwannee County,Mr.Lee Springs Baptist Church with Rev. Douglas Bullock of Middleburg andLeroy o ID I ,
moved to the Lake Butler community Dean Cassels officiating with Rev. Bullock of Chester, Va.; one 6 Y ,
in 1930 where he has since resided.He Glen Lawson assisting. Burial will step-daughter, Saundra Franklin of v
retired from the athletic depart- be in Crosby Lake Cemetery under Orlando and seven grandchildren.
ment of the University of Florida the direction of Archie Tanner Funeral services were held Monday -
Dec. 31, at 2 in the Chapelof
maintenance dept. and was a f'uneralllol1'e of Starke. p.m.
member of the Baptist faith. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of WEIGHT
Survivors include two sons,James A.C. "Allen" Lewis Lake Butler,with Rev. Melvin Owen h
and Boyd Lee, both of Lake Butler; Allyson Courtland "Allen" Lewis, officiating. Burial was in Taylor
one sister, Mrs. Betsey Geer of 27, of Starke, died Tuesday, 'Jan. 1, Cemetery in Baker County under the a Tr
/Ocala; three grandchildren and four in Waldo, from injuries received in direction of Archer Funeral Home of sr
Lake Butler.
grandchildren. an auto accident. '
Funeral services will be held Born in Conway, S.C., Mr. Lewis 0 r9 NTWith
Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of came to the Starke area from
Archer Tanner Funeral Home in Hawthorne, living here since 1971. A / o
Lake Butler with Bro. Dan Jarrett U.S. Marine Corp veteran, Mr.
officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Lewis was employed( as a carpet FLORIDA TWINTHEATRE sI
Cemetery under the direction of Archer layer with Teal Tile & Carpet in
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Starke and was of the raptist faith.
Survivors include one daughter,
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at Camp Blanding Dec. 28, received briefings on Camp Blan- r.
familiarizing himself with the post's ding's facilities and capabilities,and 1 Miles West of Melrose on S.R. 26
: mission and equipment..Camp Blan- on the Florida National Guard 1
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The majority of the patients, 41, 1984, according to the Game and .,
Fire Dept were taken to Bradford Hospital.Six Fresh Water Fish Commission. U.S.: 301 South-964-6973 .' Wt/..',
Answers 27 CallsThe were taken to North Florida "Wildlife Alert is now five years Woodrow Wilson is on the -- .. '
Regional, four to Alachua General old and has been tremendously important $100,000 bill. ----- --- :,,,,,""' Y.' ':': .'."
Starke Fire Department Hospital, five to Shands and two to in enforcing wildlife and .,. '
responded to 27 calls during the the VA in Gainesville. One patient fishery laws in Florida" said L.t ',"'
month of December, according to each to Baptist and Riverside in Dewey Weaver, public information > .. .
Assistant Fire Chief Dwayne Jacksonville. One patient to Orange officer for the Commission. .
Hardee. Park, one to Clay Memorial one to "Since 1979, the program has paid
Two calls were to automobile accidents Lake City VA and one to the Recep-- over $70,000 in rewards to people noarlit .
where extrication was re tion Medical Center.Twentyfour willing to take the extra step to
quired. One call was to washdownthe calls were illness report wildlife law violations" xn
roadway,eight calls were rescue related, eleven were to patients with Weaver stated. "Yet over 60 percentof '...1.'
assists and four calls were to brush respiratory problems and seven all callers who are eligible for a Crown Victorias Escorts ;:'J. '
/fires. were cardiac patients.Six reward decline to accept the money. I LTD; .
Five structure fire keep the calls were to people in trauma They seem more interested in stopp- ;
department busy last month and two and nine were to trauma resulting ing the violation." ; :
firefighers were injured, said from an automobile accident, Three Motors :
Hardee. calls were to obstretic patients. One Funding for the program comes Terwillegar
Dec. 1 the department! respondedto call was alcohol related and three from private contributions. The ma-
a commercial structure which calls were to overdose victims. Two jority of which comes from hunt
received no damage, just a faulty people were dead when Rescue ar clubs, fishing clubs, conservation
flourescent light fixture. Dec. 6 rived. groups or individuals,.yet some con-
another commercial structure Four calls were for fire stand-by, tributions come from the violator. Invites You to Think '> "
received minor damage due to wir- five calls were cancelled enroute Many courts have ordered violatorsto
ing in weatherhead and panel box and two calls were false alarms. contribute money to Wildlife Alertas
burning.Dec. The quick-response unit ran nine a condition of their sentences.
12 was the fire at Bradford fire calls in December; five to struc- "Citizen support is the backboneof CARS :
High School, where the interior of a ture fires, two to automobile fires, Wildlife Alert and with continued
section of the school was gutted. one grass fire and one dumpster fire, public assistance the program will /
Dec. 24 at 6:15 a.m. mutual aid said Chapman.The be a major deterrent to wildlife .
was given the County Volunteer Fire number for Bradford County violators in the coming years," __
Department at Michigan Ranch citizens to call for Rescue is 9646161. Weaver said.Persons ,. :
Bar.Firefighter Cecil Crawford was wishing to report viola- .>..: .
injured he received a deep puncture Wildlife Alert Reports tions should call the Wildlife Alert (.) ---- --" A -- .MY('.." -" .
wound under his right kneecap requiring hotline at 18003428105. : '
medical attention ana 130 Arrests in 1984 All contributions to Wildlife Alert Mustang Tempo :,. : .
several days off from work. Wildlife Alert a citizen funded can be sent to Wildlife Alert, c/o Sun
(Speculation is the wound resulted reward program, resulted in 130 arrests First National Bank of Lake County We have a selection of in stock at aj :i(: .
from a nail.) in Northeast Florida during Drawer 8, Leesburg, FL 32748. large cars .
Dec. 25 at 2:43: a.m. the depart- :' '
ment responded to a residential ,price will appreciate. : "/> : '
structure (mobile home) which wasa Where .. '
total loss. Firefighter Tom Rowe more r -- '1.'
received a neck injury requiring ,
medical attention and two days off Americans find
from work. Turbo
During the month there were four Ia I, .... { ;:-:.-
false alarms and three vehicle fires, bigger refund Solid Red r
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said Hardee. .I..
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Calls Increase ,.< In,1984,For Rescue n ,' ...... d I PIusTJ4? :; f" I

During 1984 the Bradford County ,
Emergency'1.010 calls, Services according responded to Director to H&R BLOCK $ 8 -'

Ci."f Chapman.This was an increaseover 1
1983 when Rescue responded to We can't promise everyone .
876 calls. Found Michael Monical this but In a recent survey of ?
customers who got refunds. 3 &
This was Rescue's first full year in out of 4 believe they got .,
their present location prior to $3 94t refunds than if they did bigger
relocating on Grand St. they were in own taxes. 3 out of 4!
Bradford Hospital.
90 runs were made in Decemberwith
64 transports (transporting 67 What can we find for you?
patients) and 26 calls requiring no
transporting.The .
back-up unit made nine runs Keystone Hgts..: Starke
and Stat-Flight transported one pa-
tient. ... Lawrence Blvd. 473-3646 964 N. Temple 964.8286

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INSTALLING Must be sold NOW Space needed before Big Deluxe To-Tone 0 .

CARPETSIs Garage Sale, February 7, 8, 9, & 10. Paint; Stereo _p 1 3 4 8 8 0 0
it hard to install carpet?This and Cassette .,..
question frequently is asked by PHONE 964-5213
people who wish to avoid the ex-
tra cost of having someone install Your Opportunity To Help
their carpet for them Carpet can

there be laid are by many nonprofessionals facets to consider, but Santa Fe Community College WORK TRUCKS ECONOMY TRUCKS

before proceeding.First Starke Center
special tools are neededto F-250 85 S
insure that the carpet is laid CLEAN OUT YOUR ATTIC NOW WheelTrive
and stretched smoothly and that Heavy Duty Work Truck, 6 cyl. 2 & 4 .
all trimmed areas are neat and All Contributions Tax Deductible

properly Second lined.a knowledge of the Bring items to Old Courthouse each Tues., Thurs. $. 8 cyl. with & without air. $ '
We will sell one equipped 6 9 8 8
I types of padding to use, the proper & Sat. 10 till 3:00: or Call 964-6073 or 782-3518 for you
measurements to make, and to do your lob.
the most' effective way of pat- Pickup.
ching areas that are not easily

covered Third,is more vital..than one person Everything Wanted Come see J.R. "Jim" Lawson, Tom Roundtree, Bill Epps,

should be involved, because
carpet is bulky and hard to from Buttons to Boats... Jimmy Epps or Barry Haefele in Keystone

maneuver,and would tax a single Even Grandpa's Wooden Leg!

[person.For advice on laying your Homemade Jams, Jellies, Quilts,

carpet or for help in getting your h Costume Jewelry, China, Antiques
i carpet laid see us, we are the : : '
carpet experts. or What Have" You. ? Terwiflegar !Motor .

Teal! Tile.

,1 r & Carpet 964-7200 371-1096 388- 473-FORD : '

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I ;Briefs ....- Strawberry Field Day
Wed., Feb. 6
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i", ,.....JF' A tour of the research plots will bea
highlight of the Strawberry Field
Layhey Youth Dies a court appearance four were to places James C. Jordan &: Terry F, Jor Day to be held Wednesday,Feb.6,at
On answer a traffic charge, Twenty-seven calls Man On Probation the Dover Agricultural Research
Struck pike on the courthouse sidewalk fires and 27 dan.Vernon C. Padgett &: Bonnie T. Faces Traffic Charges Center of the University of Florida's
A 14-year-old Lawtey boy died at died at Bradford Hospital. brush, or trash fires. Padgett. Institute of Food and Agricultural
the scene after he was struck while Dennis Melvin Rucker,50, were to wash down Andrew R. Williams &: Theresa C. Kenneth Ash McNeal,21,of Starkewas Sciences WAS),
on his bicycle January 5, according rested November 10 for following an accident. Williams. charged with several offenses According to Dr. Charles M.
to Trooper D. F. Peseta. under influence and no valid assisted Rescue Melvin Ray Davis. &: Francis E. following an accident January 4,according Howard, plant pathologist at the
Arthur Jenkins died from injuries license, his case was placed l and 21 calls were to Davis to Patrolman, Dwight Dover center, the latest informationon
received when he was ejected from county court docket for 2 Groves. strawberry production and other
his bike as it was struck when he January 7, no one is were false alarms. McNeal, recently released from topics of interest, such as weed and
swerved into the path of a 1984 Rucker was at the the year was caus Cummings ArrestedFor jail, was westbound on Washington insect control and production costs,
Cadillac. The driver of the vehicle, day morning. to Chief R.E. Car Theft St., drove through Orange St. and will be covered. Research faculty
Michael J. Whitley, 38,of Americus, Rescue responded Edward struck a steel barrier, and then left members will be available to discuss
Ga., after Rucker. collapsed Cummings of Starke has the scene. specific
swerved to the center of the been aspects of their research.
roadway to avoid the bike, said sidewalk on the north side Arrests after he charged with grand theft-auto When McNeal was apprehended The speaker presentations are
Pescia:' building and worked for 20 bia was apprehended in Colum- he resisted arrest and now faces fur scheduled from 1:45: to 4:30 p.m.,
No charges have been filed in the on Rucker, before they County Oldsmobile.County driving a 1985 ther charges stemming from that. followed immediately by the tour.
accident, said Homicide Investigator him to the Emergency Room individuals The Oldsmobile had Total bond on the charges of driving Everyone interested in strawberry
been taken from
were ar Lake
D. C.Roberts. they and hospital staff Chevrolet in under Influence, leaving scene of an production is invited.
County Starke
attempt to revive him for during January 4. ; accident with
property damage,
,, minutes. for traffic violations. Sgt. Ricky Bennett returned Cummings resisting arrest and battery of a law
Crawford, 44, of
to Starke January 7 where he
According to Paramedic Jan. 6 for enforcement officer is $5,872.50. "Some folks are too polite to be up
Fight At driving was placed under
Lounge a $5,000.
Taylor, Rucker McNeal
must have remains in the Bradford to good." Kin Hubbard
Gets Six Arrested a massive heart attack. apart'r driving while Cummings remains in the Brad- County Jail. any
fl' An autoposy is planned. resisting ar ford County Jail.
Six arrests were made January 5 Crawford's blood
when .,Starke police were called to was .19 percent, ac
the lounge at'Starke Lanes where a LWCI Fire Dept. B. A. Williams.
fight was in progress. Reports 121 CallsThe
Several people were fighting, Pugsley, 25, of Mid-
throwing bottles, tables and chairs, volunteer fire Jan.6 for driv-
according to Patrolman W. C. Reno. Lawtey Correctional Pugsley's blood
ArrAfeted.'for affray, disorderly answered 121 calls during was .11 percent, ac STRESS!
condu, and criminal michief were cording to Fire Chief J, D. Greg Nichols.
Randall Earl Yonn,38,John Samuel 29! of the calls were structure at $325, he was releas-
Messer,23,Velma Jean Clemons,38, 21 were to auto-fire recognizance.
Richasd'Eugene Clemons, 46, Roy nine were mobile home fires. I .
Veils and Mable Amelia Luther, 42. Eight calls were to assist
Bon'' for the charges was set at Emergency Medical Service Dissolved
$472.50| All of the arrested were calls were to brush fires, said '
released after surety bonds were County '.
poste'j', marriages were
si. Starke Fire Dept. County during _
Answers 186 Calls December:
Duval Man Dies ,Jr. &:Kathileen E. (
The Starke Fire
Apparent Heart responded to 186 calls Gadd,Jr. &Jeanne W.
Ait ck Victim year of 1984.Eighteen .
t. calls were to Ennis &:Joanne B. En-
A J.Icksonville scheduled for
man family dwellings, one to an

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Inside BCYA. Bingo Hall on Griffis SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. YOUR OWN makes cleaned oiled and adjusted, should be submitted

Loop. Itpd>> 1/10 301 N. Starke. Come see Dee Ramon Ladles Apparel, Combination.Jean-Sportswear Accessories $15. Used sewing machines for sole.James County to Telegraph the Bradford office c/J'rwiile.n'

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12: Corn.r 230 A for the bargains. 964-4414 or 9644778. large Size Store. National Strickland corner Morgan Rd. in and I *
and writing
Hwy. 16 Starke.
and Wilson Rd. S.v.ral 4/26 tfnMOBILE 964.8733.1/03 tfn
Brands: Jordache, Chic, lee, L.vl.Vand.rbllt. CHAIN LINK FENCE paid In advance s
organ, cancelled If rain. Itpd HOME FOR SALE: Keystone Izod Esprit, Brlttanla estimates Handy-Man Fence Free Co.Owner unless credit Is REALTI
Heights. 2 BR across from Lake Calvin Klein, Sergio Volente, Evan already establishedwith
CARS ft TRUCKS Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. 3/29
Geneva $89.00 month $100 down.
per Piton, Clalborne, Members Only, tIn this office.
Must remain on lot for five years. Organically Grown Heolthlex, 900 MACHINE QUILTING THE TELEGRAPH PHONE 9647776ERWIUIGAR
'1:1: LINCOLN: 4-door Signature series 4737560. Bill. 9/27Ifn others. $7,900 to $24,900 Inventory Also have Crib to King size. STAFF CANNOT BEHELD I CECILIA

Ilk. n.w.16800. Loan value, 16000. .A************************* airfare, training, fixtures grand opening sites and designs.quilts for Betty sale.Hlldebrand Assorted RESPONSIBLEFOR [ 205 N. Temple, Starke

4732214. 11/01 tfn NO DOWN PAYMENT etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. 9648122.621 MISTAKES IN
'75 MUSTANG II: 4 cylinder 4 speed.
1915 14x70 BR/2 BA Loughlin ((612) 888.6555. Itpd 1/10 WANTTODRINKTTHAT'S CLASSIFIEDS WHEN
Runs $1200.964-8503.12106 tfn. OPEN DOORS
1912 JEEP CHEROKEE: Larado package.Exc.ll.nt I LAND FOR SALE
condition $9600
4732214. 12/13 tfn Wired for Fans t More. THAT'S OURS Classified deadline Is ..... .

174 FORD Dump Truck, for sale, Low Interest Rates-No DownPayment ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. Alcoholics Anonymous TUESDAY. NOON We have many other Using In residential
prior to Thursday
533-2474. 1/03 tfn :* to Qualifl.d' 3000. $300 down $75 per mo. Call 9644150964M949645434pdthruBli publication. lots acreage & commercial Please
1956 CHEV.TRUCK: In running condition.Will *. Assume Payments of $213.37: : mo. 964.5606.10/4 tin
trod. for motorcycle, 650 CC orabov. 5 Call BRAD 473-7237 For Details _. OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and WE DO ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIRS: 15 Minimum words for charge is call us and let us help you with your real
.. 9644604. 12/27 tfn chg I************************* dry wooded lots suitable for mobile Roofing gutters painting and some $2.75 estate needs.
10 cents for each
1977 DODGE CHARGER: While with blue KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: 2 bedroom unit, home, cabin or camping. $4950 eo. electrical) and' plumbing. Call Charlesfor word thereafter SPECIAL

velour interior. Good condition. $2350. $150 mo., furnished. Purchase option. w/SISO dn., $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand 11/22 free tfn estimates. ((904)) 7823332. ONE WEEK ONLY 1500 sq ft. 3 BR, 2 BA.
473.7683. 1/03 2tchg 1/10 Bill 4737560. fishing. Owner. ((904) 236.4579 or "'=
6299649. 12/06 7tchg 1/17 WANT A CLEAN HOUSE FOR THE Great room with fireplace CH & A on 2
I9S4 TOYOTA TRUCK: SR-5, four wheel KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: 2 bedroom unit .
drive, king cab low mileage..xc.llentcondition $50 down. Payments of $59 or $99 LOTS ft ACREAGE: 20 percent down, HOLIDAYS Flat rate $20 $35. Have Ac. In pretty country. 42000.
loaded. $500 equity and month. In park call 4737560. 12/27 balance In five years financing by references, will travel. Faye 4962980. AA&G ..
12/06 tfnDON'T
assume paym.nts. $320 per mo. 3/7 lltpd12x60 owners 964.6853. 12/13 tfn. Tile VERY BEST LOCATION 3 BR, 2 BA. Brick. House
964.6238, 1/10 2tchg 1/17 MOBILE HOME: 2 BR, 1 BA. AC. ACRE LOTS Pleasant Grove Settlement. STEAM CLEAN YOUR CARPET: Company Beautiful! CH&A, stove, refrlg., ceiling fans, 1 /. ac.
1959 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER: 19 foot. 964-4763 or 7823437. 1/03 4tchg 1/24 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call You're causing your carpet to rot. Let Licensed & Insured f| landscaped grounds, metal storage shed, paved
964.6238. 1/10 2tchg 1/17 ************************** 9645606. 1/03 tfn me FREE demonstrate one room of carpet Free Estimates. II driveway.
ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY to my dry-cleaning
19S2 TOYOTA TRUCK: 4-wheel drlv. : I ,
301 MOTEL 16 furnished
REPO Ceramic Tile rooms
plus spacious living
$4500. Call 3728130. Itchg 1/10 ROAD: 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. system 964-6868. 1/03 2tpd 110I [ :
'.4 FORD RANGER: 4x4; V-6 PS PB AC :: N.w 1985 14.60 2 BR Call 9645606. 1/03 tin I WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME days and |.New or quarters. 376' on Hwy 301. Own. fin.
MOBILE HOME nights and weekends. Reasonable I FORMERLY MAJIK MARKET Across from High
Auto. transmission, tinted windows 1.7 ACRES-BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) Remodeled30Yrs.
AM/FM radio, 4-gauge package, 6,000 i Never lived in. If you qualify. No 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call rates. I have two children of my own. I Ilive i School. 301 frontage. Call for detail
mil... Take over lease payment of Down Payment. | 9645606. 1/03 tfn on Morgan Rd. Call 9644539. Itpd Experience BROWNLEE ROAD36.43" AC: Of prime property.

$22050 per mo. or pay off 10000. Payments of $169.21 mo. > 10 ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD: $1,995per 1/10 964-8333 Owner financing.
7823613. 1/10 2tpd 1/17 Call BRAD 473-7237: for Details I Iit ac. $1,500 dn., $250 per mo. Call WILLING TO DO HOUSECLEANINGi Call COUNTRY CLUB-10.93 ACRES from Flume Rd. to
1911 FORD ESCORT GLX WAGON: Auto., *tttttttttttCOMMERCIAL 9645606. 1/03 tfn 9648787. 1I102tpd 1/17 Country Club. For beautiful residence or develop
air PS, cruise control AM/FM 8-track, OBTAIN VISA AND/OR MASTERCARDeven ment.
reclining seats luggage rack and PROPERTY WANTEDAXLES If previously rejected! Bad credit BARGAIN: Carper Washington ft Church. Frame
more, body engine and Irterior In history? We can help! Free details home on nice lot. 24000.
great. shape. $3800. 964-4979. Itpd RENTLEASEFOR Continental Credit Box 6135 C, Pompano SUSAN'S BACK! ONLY $31,000 Saratoga Heights. 1331 Blanding St.
ft TIRES: Two axles and four tires. Beach, FL 33060. 305/9438931. Hamptons Travel Agy. 3 BR. Clean.

HOMES FOR SALE SALE LEASE OR TRADE: 7500 Sq. Ft. Highest price paid. Green's Welding 1/10 icon To Open Dec.: 15 204. W. ADKINS Nice older home. Wall-
Shop. 301 South, Starke, FL. 9645007. GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors window.,
2-story masonry building at corner of etc JACKSON BUILDING 838 N.Temple Ave. maintained. Approx. 1660 sq. ft. CH8A. 3 BR, 2 BA
East Call & Thompson St. One block 11/03 tfnchg SUPPLY, with furnished
601 S.WATER STREET: By owner. 2 BR CB WANT TO BUY TIMBER: Pulpwood or 964.6078. Orders also taken In Lake apartment.
from City Hall. Make an offer ((904)) BRICK HOME RD. 230:3 BR. 2 BA. 100x300 lot. Fenced
home. 14681323. 11/08 tin logs. Cypress, hardwood or pine. Call 496-3079, and Keystone
3566849. Clyde W. Simpson,
THREI BEDROOMS, l'/i lATHS Brick, 964.8309 or 9645981. 12/27 4tchg 1/17 Heights 4734973. 2/26 tfn backyard. Priced to sell. 49000.
1 00'x 1 00' lot. Carport central heat/air. Bank Building Jacksonville FL FEMALE ROOMMATE: Call after 6 p.m. 1320 SEARING STREET: 3 BR. 1'/ BA Approx. 1700
Price: 39500. Call 964.5629,1/03 2tpd 32202. 10/25 tfn 9644455. Itpd 1/10 MISCELLANEOUSCLOTHES FOR LEASE sq. ft. Owner will lease.

THREI BEDROOMS 1'/. BATHS: Brick COMMERCIAL 301 South near BUILDINGS Steak House.FOR RENT Completion US. WANTED TO RENT Responsible couple 4800 x 6800 Sq. Ft. SWIMMING POOL, 4 BR, 2 BA. Morgan Road
100'xlOrlot.. Carport central heat/air. date Feb. with 2 mo. old child seeking house in Bldg. On Prime 62500.
Price 39500. Call 9645629. No calls 964-8944 days.expected 12/20 tfn 1985. Call country setting. Preferably Bradford or LINE CONSIGNMENT SHOP:: 301 Hwy FrontageCall GOOD FINANCING: 15 acres. Hampton.

alter 2 p.m., please. Itpd 1/10 COMMERCIAL OR PROFESSIONAL surrounding county. Attractive older Now Open.. Must Now be In accepting excellent condi conIlgnm.nts. 964-6020 FOR LEASE LUXURIOUS BRICK HOME 3 BR, 3 BA.
LARGE BLOCK HOUSE IN STARKE home with character Impeccable Enormous great room with fireplace
FOR RENT: US 301 South.
tion. Call 964.4515, ask for Helen
$22OOO spent on remodeling. Owner Next to Norman's Market Call credit and personal reference sup 12/27 tfn C .. *
financed. Total price, $39,900. Will plied Phone 9648198. Wayne Wllsie. Iv NINGI
bar. land as down consider 9648076. 1/10 tfnLOSTFOUND 1/10 tfnNEEDED MUST SELL HOSPITAL BEDS: $100 each. Shop & Compare!! 1AVIRN OUTLAW M4-S47S Sill DODO'....7_
payment Good condition. Phone 9645213. 1/10 JOHN OMINI m.Jill .VINO cLA.K.J..'....71..
964 6020. 1/104tchg 1/31 : Top soil, fill dirt and sand. Will Sixt tai Insurance for ..
MODEL,HOME SALEi.Keystone Heights purchase land or pay for soil removal 'FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED :Mobile Hume Harks NOVA WARD'....7... WAVNIDOUOIAIM4MMAds
c r area features lake access, I acre lot. : "'f t-- ,yt',wr' -.. r0hM..CalJ! 964-0877 or,964.651710, ,'"' -strive belter : We ..All tyix-s 'nr 'lurtiIUIUTS t.' ?.,--L:1 DAVID DODO M4.U7S
to and
give service.
prices ,
fireplace/ cathedral 2tpd 117WANTED _
ceilings. Insulated LOST: BASSETT HOUND In the area of .
We sell and tanks -
and I
rent furnish ,
policies for
TO BUY Tools .
windows R-19 wall and R-22 telling Insulation Country Club Estates and SR 16 East. : or new.
We solicit
range, refrigerator heat Call 964-6788 or 9647810. Reward. Carpenter or mechanics hand tools or cylinders.>heir tanks. customers who i linbi:It- home
pump. AC system upgrade carpet and 1/fW sean. I/in power. Ph. 468.1551.1/10 4tpd 1/31 own Open Monday thru Call for Quote Ulnnt Get Results
Friday 8:445 to 6:30. Saturday, 8:45 to
vinyl. Only $405 per mo. Includes 1 .
acre lot with all above features and Subscribe Today CARPETS Specializing primarily In 3:00.259.6810.1/103tchg: 1/24 Olin's Mobile -

mar. Must see to believe Call Ernie BRADFORD COUNTY large sizes and very fine Persian EARN EXTRA MONEY
Summerlln for details. 18002225253. carpets. No Chinese rugs. The owner Home Sales
:3 BR,2 BA with central heat& air; double TELEGRAPH of the company will be in this area In a IntlM Wrfrtt.Mt.'..AnyCutMmWcMh.. IfcchC. H.eMto Elaine M. Olin Agent Keystone Heights-Area*
insulation; 2 acres of land or more. 96-4-6305 few days to make house calls. Call collect
Sidney Newman 9645559. Itchg 1/10 for appointment. Rugs of Persia akin 964.5606 Applications are now being taken for
904/589-6000. 1/10 icon The *Qhop Times-Union Morning Paper Route. Ap-

Announclng-Grand Opening WE BUY 8NAKESI plicants must be able to post a cash
....!sMITHvxooDY I Steve Broadway
bond have reliable
transportation a '
Come Together Chlldrens Nursery a ,-....-NORtON ,--Hen,,*!..Mil,
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SERVICE telephone.
.' .{ and Day Care Center L Call '
964-5165 I
Opening January 14, 1985- SR 225 Lawtey + FOR SALE Removal
6AdhBar Hand! House This Is an Ideal l supplemental Income for a
For Information call Carolyn Bright *
PVC Trimming
L a housewife, retirement couple, teacher, etc.
782.3063 or 7823834Sack I Portable BuildingsU.S. *
/4"pipe Stump Removal. EXCELLENT PROFITS
10'ft. I 301 South 964.6020 Firewood

I : CURIES CYCLES Free Kstimatt
Panelling i a

OTourttratf & ABB ntintcu. 3nc. 4'xr Sheets 7 Different Styles 473.4732 Plumbing Supplies

$7" After 5 P.M.
25 Different Colors From
Realtor/Builder 473.7060 -Elec.Poles SuppliesMH ft Keystone Heights

Supplies ann. Licensed &. Insured Durrance

.Large variety of Lots and Acreage In the hill region of Brad Security Lights

ford County. A few Duplex and Triplex Lots No septic tank Windows 250'doors Rolls CARLSONHome Satellite Systems Inc. VACUUMSALE Pump :

mounds paved roads Our community water systems 12.2 wlGround -I A Hwy, 100 W-Key tone Heights Supply Co. --- '

Owner financing Several Lots Approved for Farm Home L :: 190') 473-2&: i

central to Gainesville, Jacksonville. Palatka and Starke. $19**per roll Freedom of Choice NEW &. USED U.S. :301 N.-.164 N. Temple
Starke, Florida 964-7061
Keystone Golf Course Area: BARGAIN CENTER N\t Finance Our }Own ,H ij

.3 BR/2 BA. New Home. Split bedroom plan with garage and Hwy 301N Starke I Chimney Fires ROYALS KIKBYS

sun deck. Many extras 59900.
Are Among the Top 10 EUKKKAS We Drill Wells
BR/2 BA with
carport. 45500. FLORILANDREALTY Home-Fire Hazards HOOVERS 2" to 6" State Licensed
3 BR/2 BA with
garage aVswfmmfng pool. $58,500. A Dirty Chimney ELECTROLUX
We also have waterfront property. Also Causes KILTER QUEENS 4

Welcome to Our New Associate 964-7700 -Heat-Smok..FIII.d loss RoomsProtect COMMERCMALWe SEARS C&C

Richard Crane 473-7764 393 N. Temple Ave. repair all makes MiniStorageHwy
Vernle P. OdomBrok.rGRI your
-- .And Family
AI "
-- Young'sSince
With A 701-south-Storke OCI c" !
GAINESVILLE SUN FOR RENT: Safe/ Chimney 1957 .M S.e, Shopping Center
Call 964-8278 964.6918
Deposit: 964-6020
New: 3 BR in Country. Blankenship Chimney Sweep 3 Miles north of sup an4 rTilY ,
The Gainesville Sun is now accepting applications for a fulltimeDistrict -3 Trailers-Hampton Starkc on US 301R I
Circulation Sales Manager for the Bradford Clay, Union GOOD INVESTMENTS: Mp HnHpleVnBt B vHe

County circulation areas. We are looking for a goal-oriented individual -3 BR In Country. Owner

who is able to motivate and deal effectively with people. Good financing.Location for Offices Carpet (AnyCleaning Scotchgard

Responsibilities include supervision recruitment and training of< : Building 1,000 sq. ft. PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Room, $1495 is

\ adult motor route carriers, monitoring sales, collections, anddelivery Could easily be two offices &. Hall, AvailableDeep

I service. Salary bonus plan benefits, transportation provided each with separate
entrances. Less than $20 ( Soil Extraction is Also Available)
Applications being accepted at Gainesville Sun, 408 South

Walnut. Starke from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. No calls.I sq.Building ft. with lots of Whole House Special (Llv.. cm.. Hall 3 Br.). 5995

I space. 3 different stores. -
i I Owner will/ hold mortgageto Carpet Dyed ((9 x 12)) . . . . . 5995

i Ii I STARKE' qualified buyer 1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Apts. 4495
I -24 ac. 3 BR. 2 BA bouse. Furniture Cleaned (sofa&chair) . .

i The Gainesville Sun Is now accepting applications for nursery Approx.for 3 yrs.pigs.old.concrete Has From '150M 297" "Not Delighted Don't Pay"Serving

I early morning route carriers. pens, has been. used as Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas

I: Applicants;'may. apply at the Starke officer 408 South hog TERMS farm.: 12 ft 3 Bedrooms Atailabla Now I IA Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.

Walnut between 9 ft 4 %.1'/S Ac. lots, zoned
Street a.m. p.m. .
! trailer.S (Licensed & Insured) (Residential & Commercial)

i Applicants must have phone; be dependable; have Ac.. 301 $o... 450' road PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED

economical transportation; and be able to post a frontage.
181 Ac. Good hunting We specialize In cleaning' and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean

f refundable cash 'deposit. woods. Graham area. 1530 W. Madison. ing and Inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.

For more Information contact BOB or PAT ASHLEY 198 Ac, Fronts SR 18.Worthlngton Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice .
Spgs.. Union Co. Phone ,98+8312
collect at 3781411 ext. 4909, between 9 a.m. and 3 114 Ac. Fronts Co.; Rd. 18 I"a Hlilli Call -. 964-4997 Call .
1)0), p.m. or at 472-3614 before 7 D.m. ft Springs.Co. Rd.Union 238 Wothington Co. NNETIU Hours If No_ Answer, Call ((904)) 733.1308. Satisfaction'Guaranteed


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January 10. 198 11II

Stephen F.oster Musical Celebration

Set '; i FOR SALE t
I f ... .. Ads m :...: .: :,,:'-',' --- '. :-'- :'" :,' .,< :' ,-\
." ,
Sunday Jan. 13 72.000 BTU PERFECTION PROPANE GAt '

HEATER. Like new.$110.". Call after 4

FOR RENT FOR RENT p.m., 782-3459. 1/IOztthg 1/17 I


A musical salute to 110 watt business band transistor
mark the ;
50th Jenny and Davey Crane, all ot The life of ROOMS FOR RENT MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK t
anniversary of the Florida Park Service Gainesville. Stephen Foster and his 'Month private line base station and antenna.
will be presented by MIss Cynthia Ervine music will be featured on the date Do"W.ek Mobil Homes and spaces for rent. Bradford Co. Farm Bureau 9646369. :

musicians at outstanding soprano, of Jacksonville, will be appealing (January 13) established by Con- MAGNOLIAHOTEL Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone Itchg 110FIREWOOD
the Stephen in Across from Stark P.O.
1854 468.29129/16
costume which she tfn
Foster State Folk Culture gressional Resolution in 1951 as National 2 BR FURNISHED FOR SALE KEYSTONE
HOUSE Children
Center No MOBILE
wore in the HOMES
October "Jeanie" Audi- FOR RENT
Sunday (January 13 National tions held Stephen Foster Memorial Day pet. $300 month plus $150 **c. dep. from Stark Ii'
at the Foster city limit. Clean.
Center. Mr. to. tribute to No seasoned oak firewood for *al*. $45
Stephen Foster pay the 19th Fire
Memorial Day), announced Rhett Harris baritone century ton No. 45. Klngsley lok*. children or pets. Hwy. 1
Dr. Elton Waldo will composer who died one hundreed 5332789. 11/08 tin 16 W. Call. for a l longbad pickup truck load .
Gissendanner. also be taking part. Miss Thelma A. 468.132310/7 tfnHELP delivered and stocked. Call 473.2386
Executive Director of the Depart- twenty-one years ago this day at the FURNISHED 2 BR DUPLEX 116 N. Myrtle or
ment of Natural Resources. Boltin of Gainesville, known age of 37 in New York City, leaving St. $265/mo. $150 den Phone 964-8944 WANTED 4733829. Itpd 1/10
throughout Florida TRAILERS' TRAILERS. TRAILERS 5'x8'utility
as "Cousin America and day.
the world rich 12/20 tfn
Taking part in the a
program which Thelma" of trailer $650 16' dozer trailer
Florida Folk Festival 2 BR ;
heritage of MOBILE HOME Lake
Tower will get underway at 2:30: the fame, will comment on the life of folks at Home"melodies more including 'Old hat A AC, no pti. 533.2366.12/13 on Kingtly tfn. EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time horn $1.700: 16' utility trailer, $970; 16' lawn

Auditorium will be Dr. Stephen C. Foster and his music. Interesting commonly APPROXIMATELY assembly work. For Info call trailer $1.125; 10' lawn single axle
known as "Swanee 100 SQ. FT. Office
Delbert Sterrett tenor, and Mrs. River" now Ara. 504-641-8003 ext. 9579. 12/20 4tpd trailer $878; 16' car hauler $1,150, 6
on'ui Upstairs, central AC/Hot.
Jane Sterrett, soprano, their of the comments creation Florida's state song adopted by the 1/,1 ft. ramps, $100. Olln's Mobil Home
daughter Mrs. Vickie Crane Florida Park Service which 1935 Legislature. Freeman Register III. MANAGER For Flea Market and Farm Center Rd. 100 W. Stark. '964-5606.
was 1/03
soprano and Mrs. Crane's authorized in 1935 by the Florida TWO 4tchg 1/24 Equipment Sale. Dependable, 1/10tfn
children HOME New
Legislature also be featured. condition organized person must enjoy workingwith COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Stark.
on wooded ,1'/i acre lot.
Close people Position includes rentals, Truck Stop south of. Stark. '9648212.
to town on paved road. Keystone
receptionist 11/24 tfn
general clerical accounts
Heights. 4732566. 1/032tpd 1/10
Union 12x60 UNFURNISHED MOBILE HOMEi 3 receivable, payroll etc. Thursday thru *
FOR RENTCO. Monday work week. For appointment ALL STEEL BUILDINGS *
PERSONAL SERVICES BR l'/i BA. One acre In country. $175
call 4682255. 1/03 tfn New Dealer Introductory Offer *
per mo.$150 dep. Now taking applica
RECEPTIONIST TYPIST I9B4 price held until Jan. 1'''.
Through April. over 25,
... OUT OF TOWN& tions. 964.5734 after 1/03 tfn
up to WELL AND SEPTIC TANK p.m. Send
resume to P.O. Drawer Commercial Industrial
A., ; Agriculture
: ;
County AdsHELP $80 mo. 13,000 mile a y.arl PINES Package deal; 2" or 4" well, water HOUSE FOR RENT 233 Brownlee St. 2 Stark.. 32091. 1/03 3tchg 1/17 Hay lumber) Poultry Equipment)

QUALITY LIVING. laundry. Park pumps, new installation of bedroom $175 mo. with $75 deposit.
septic FEDERAL STATE t CIVIL SERVICE JOBS Garage) Multl-Purpa) Aircraft; Mini-
Recreation Car Pool, FRIENDLY AT. tank, drain field and lift station 9645882. Itpd 1/10 available. Call 1-(619)( ) 569.8304 for In. Warehouses; Stables. One of the

WANTED MOSPHERE. Reasonable Sr 121 Lake Mobile horn poles available. All 2 BR 1 BA LARGE HOME On Madison St. to. 24 hours. 1/03 3tpd 1/17 highest quality buildings on today's
Butler 4962366. ufn 12/13 $300 mo.. $300 dep. 9645065.
work sec.
guaranteed call Tommy Dor- EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER For part market at unbelievable laving to you I
INVENTIONS. IDEAS WANTED FOR 89 ACRES LAND 24 acre cultivated. 35 man 2752151. UFN 9/1 Hchg 1/10 time work. Send resume to P.O. Call (904)) '''.6760. Itpd 1/10
acres limber Run across the NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS One mile out Drawer Storke THURSDAY FRIDAY
LICENSE BY NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Olustee Creek adjoining Columbia and pruning. Also firewood oak and of town. $140 mo. $100 sec dep. MOBILE HOME SALESMAN: Apply In per Living room suite, bedroom suit, anti.

COMPANY. Prov.n successful County. Very reasonable. Rob Cour- pine for *al*. Call Thomas Nettle 9645065. Itchg 1/10 son. Skyline Mobil Horn Center Inc. que dining room suite, lov. eat HideABed -

marketing record. Fr.. Information. ton 4962248. Itpd-ufn 1/3 4963823. ufn 12/22 COVE HOUSE On mile out of town. See Ida Sue Schmltt. Itchg 1/10 and etc. Corner Olive and Jefferson

Earl Flngerman, Advertising NEW RIVER AREA 2 BR, 1 BA House WORK WANTED Bookkeeping accounts $225 mo.1/10, $225 tec. dep. 964-5065. EXCELLENT CAREER OPPORTUNITY In St*. behind Masonic Lodge,
Marketing Promotion, 1313 Blu.Jay CH/A. $250 per mo. plus deposit. Call payable, accounts receivable MOBILE delivery and sales We offer excellentpay Lawtey. 7823217. Itchg 1/10
HOME condition
Drive, Pittsburg Pa. 15243. 1-pd 4962037. 1/10 2tpd 1/17 13 year experience. All work done Excellent Call employee benefits and advancement CHAIN SAWS All brands marked down.
off Grlffls
1/10 strictly confidential. Reasonable setting Loop. opportunities Call ((904) JANUARY ONLY. STARKE POWER

NATIONAL COMPANY LOOKING FOR FREE rates Call 4963279. 1-chg 964.5028or168.2371.1/102tchg 1/17 9648544. Equal Opportunity Employer. EQUIPMENT. 438 S. Walnut St.
1 BR APARTMENT Furnished or unfur
SATELLITE ANTENNA Itpd 1/10 9648568. Stark. 1/104tchg J/31
No nished. walled
FOR SALE parking KEROSENE HEATERS '/t-prlce until
experience required.
price $630.00 and Up. Retail unit FREE Puppies, black and tan one patio tfnMOBILE close-in. 964-8601 or 9647076. FOR SALE gon.! STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT
$1,295.00. Phones month old also female dog and two 438 S. Walnut St. 9648568. Stark.
Open 24 Hour. female PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty HOME, 2 BR. Furnished on SR 1/10 1/31
cat house trained. Call at 4tchg
GOVERNMENT 303.570.7800.2-pd JOBS 1/10 night 496.3103.1-pd 1/10 to assume small monthly 230A.. $160 per mo., $100 dep. Call FIREWOOD Call 964-8263 ask 'for Matt. FLASHING ARROW SIGNS Cash or rent

$15.000.$50.oooyr. payment on piano. See locally. 964 8704. Itchg 1/10 11/29 HnUPRIGHT to buy. 18002513550. 1/10 2tpd 1/17
possible. All occupa Write: (Include number UNFURNISHED HOUSE 3 BR kitchen
tions. How to Find. Coll 805.687.6000 INSURANCEMAINES Manager P.O. Box 327 Carlyle II- dining room living room bath. $200 yr.
Ext. R9999. old. $450. 964-7011 after 530: p.m. ONION PLANTS 782-3625 alter 5 p.m
Ifnol or call Mr. Power, mo., $100 deposit. Located at 2205 11/29 tfn Itchg 1/10

TEXAS REFINERY CORP. Needs mature INSURANCE 6185944242.. Itpd 2tchrg 1/3 Raiford Road. 964-5033. Itchg 1/10 FULL LENGTH RABBIT FUR COAT Cost
AGENCY 160 S. ROLLS OF HAYOrd'er hay for the ,
now in Union your
Lake Avenue, Lake $350 will sell for $200 best offer
Regarles of Butler 4963978. winter and leave it under barn until or ;
experience, writ. A.D. chad In 1984. and bath. my
Phone 496.2015.1-chg No children or pets. 204 W.
Complete Insurance Service. TFN. needed. Rolls Mid-length whit fur coat cost $3,100
of Alicia
Sears, Box 711, Fort Worth. TX 1/10 Adkins St. Phone 9648021. 1/102tpd $25 at barn.
76101. 1-pd 110YARD 1974 HORIZON MOBILE 1/17 Alicia and Bahia mixed $22.50 at barn. will sell for $2,500 or best offer
REAL ESTATE 60, 2 BR, 1 BH. $3,900. Call 496-3832. 3 BR MOBILE HOME Adults only. No Argentina miles Bahia $20 at barn. Hay born 55 964-4539.GAL. FISH Itpd TANK 1/10 w/stand overhead
SALE 7 North of Starke on Rd. 16.
1-pd 1/10 pets. 964.8614 or 9647619. Itchg 1/10
light undergravel filter and
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF 1954 CHEVY TRAILER Delivery available at extra charge.
TURCK Fair cond. best of NEAR GRAHAM: One bedroom ace. $225 or best offer Call 964-4251
GARAGE PROPERTY If I don't have It, I'll findIt fer. Call 4963832. 1-pd 1/10 completely furnished. Includes heat 782-3727 or 964-6167.11/15 tfn
SALE Sat. 9.00-300: : behind 20 FT. ARISTOCRAT TRAVEL TRAILER after 9 p.m. Ask for Sara. Itpd 1/10
Clark Meat Market 1ch1l110MISCELLANEOUS Just ask. JANE S. USHER THREE CHEST OF DRAWERS $25 each and air. $60 per week 4851371. Itchg Sleeps 6. $2500. Call Jog 396.7946 or: PECANS FOR SALE Stewarts and Improved
REALTOR. 496-2126
or 4962903. call..91>-3798 after 6:00: 1/10 1/10
eves. "Your Union p.m. Starke' 9648110. Can be teen atBuddy' Seedlings. 65 cents per pound.
County Realtor. PIANO FOR SALE Wanted: Responsibleparty ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT 964-8893.
Top grade. 1/10
Santa Fe
Landing Big Lake
8/04 tfn to assume small : Inquire at Tackle Box 341 N.
monthly Earlton Fl. 1/03 3tpd 1/17 FORD 9-N TRACTOR with disc. 2000.
payments on spinet/console Temple Ave Itpd 1/10
piano. Call 782-3164. 1/103tpd 1/24
Mixing since Dec. 31, 19... Larg., LAKE BUTLER CBS 3 BR, 1 '/ BA. Vinyl Can be seen locally. Writ.: (include STARKE HWY 301 Small 3 BR, bath. to assume small responsibleperson monthly 2 PRC 77 ARMY RADIOS Many extra

greyish tiger-stlrped neut.r.d nine floor tile. CH utility room garage. phone number) Credit Manager P.O. Two acres for gardening $185 mo. plus PSID-Antl-Intruslon Alarm System
payment on iplnet/console piano.
year-old male cat. Answer to 1404 sq. ft. on ' land (woods and Box !520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. $100 sec. deposit. Retirees or someone Can be seen locally. Write: (Include wireless, extras, $400; INGRAM MAC

"Peachy". H. was wearing a blue creek on E. side). Concrete drivewayon 3-chg 1iO with steady |lob only. Ph. 4734995. phone number) Credit Manager P.O. 10 CARBINE 45 col. Extras collector,

uede collar with diver studes. His paved street near school 5 blks. off NEW 3 1R. 2 BH, HOME ON SR IB IN Itpd 110WAN Box 520 Beckemeyer IL 62219. 1/03 $600; .380 AMT AUTO extras. $170;

usual territory I I. behind Farmer and SR 121 lake Butler Sale Price 26900. UNION COUNTY. Large living room MOBILE HOMES for rent. On 3tchg 1/17 J.C. PENNY POOL TABLE 3/4" slate

Dealers Bank through to Petite Used Cash Down payment $1,600 by seperate dining room and closed in Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Call HAY FOR SALE Cow hay $1.50per bale. Brunswick plus accessories. $300;

Car, but he may have gone farther. owner 1-755-4149 or 1.752.6238 even- garage w/utility room country setting 964-7530 or 468-1323 10/07 tfn Coastal Bermuda horse hay 2.25 per 2-VOX MAXIM HEADSET RADIOS $65

Pleas* call 496-2106 Sun.-Frl. after Ings. W/W carpet central AC new wI large oak shaded lot. Additional .STUDIO APARTMENTS Weekly monthly bale. 500 bales available each. Call for both. For Info call 483-1541. 1/10

800 p.m. or Saturday before 4.00 range ft refrigerator may Included acreage if requested call roles. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple ..85.1037.1103 2tpd 1/10 2tpd 1/17

p.m. at buyers option. 496-3939 462-3068. nights 4621595. Ave. 7/28 tfn ARENGTINA-BAHIA HAY Highly fertilized TWO BRAHAMA BULLS Pure bred. 2

L.... 4-chg 1/10-31 NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 ; no rain. Minimum 10 boles. J.M. year old. $600. Ten months, $450.

h. .;.;,-II.J".t;; >iI., : w.d..._ -.."", HI1't.'r.' ,.q-"t, > ,'lf'. yM:! -.*?*t,'.. .wsea i..* ......<.**v*?*<,'.vf.AA opt.-For mere-biformoMof.oU-Leke!' Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal' Oppor TOMATOES $4.00 per box. Call 964.5406 Itchg 1/10

Keystone Heigbts'Ads tunity Housing. 6/7 tfnchg or 9645128. Itchg 1/10 1970 WINNEBAGO MOTOR HOME 24 ft.

I LOG SPLITTER: For rent by day or hour TURKEYS Full grown bronze, hens and Fully loaded. Fully carpeted. 7200.

Call 9646974. 11/29 tfn. gobblers. 9645630. Itchg 1/10 Call 964-4459. Itpd 1/10


MISCELLANEOUSPAC HOMES FOR SALE FOR RENT BR, across from Lok Geneva $155 per Office hour, call 9646433. Horn engine 43,000 miles 964.4459. Itpd

month. Furnished or unfurnished 782.3522. 1/10 tfn 1/10
*---- KEYSTONE 4737560. Bill 9/27 Hn SOFA GESTETNER 319 OFFSET PRESS: PM-9
RAT Sell and trade. Used furniture BY OWNERi 3 1 Vi 1>/. old. : Brown velour Strat
Buy BR. BA. yr*
REALTY REALTOR 3 BR BLOCK HOME CA/Heat. Stove, ford. Like $225 drink machine, plate maker and Model 60 plate pro
household Items, CH&A In Clay Beautiful 1 new ;
appliance County. ac.
Rental Available refrigerator furnished. $325 per mo. one and bottle, both cessor. Six years old. little us*. Good
can good
Property one con
collectable, glassware, old (ewerly, tree covered lot fenced .
MOBILE HOME PARK LOT water and Call 964 5606. 10/25 tfn/ dition make offer. 485-1J41. 1/10 condition. $3200. Call 904/222-5790.
tools, etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 deck. $48.900. Call 473.7272 or yard care provided. Older 2 ROOM FURNISHED EFFICIENCY In 2tcha 117Subscribe 1/10 fcanINTERESTED
OBTAIN Visa and/or Master Card evenif 1.259.2138.9/20 tfnNOTICE tfn _
preferred $65 per month. Lawtey. Call 7823458. 11/22 oorryl, rEpyltetyt o,
previously rejected! Bad credit SEMINOLE RIDGE 4BR 2V.BA screened 3 BR HOUSE Stove and refrlg. furnished
history? We can help! Free details Large yard. Ph. 964.8810. Itchg 1/10 !
porch newly painted woodstove. Executive !
Continental Credit Box 6135 C, Pom- home $400 UNFURNISHED 2 BR MOBILE HOME With

pano Beach' Fl 33060 303/943-8921. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 1 BR, 2 BA Lake Santa per expando living room. $175 per mo., In Starke: TELEPHONE SOLICITOR NEEDED I I

1tFCAN to the Lake Region Monitor office No pets. $400 per month. plus $150 deposit. Call after 6 p.m., Call Montez Sell subscriptions to The Florida Times

In writing and paid In advance 2 BR, 2 BA Gator bone lake. Completely 964.6054.1/10 2tchg 1/17 964.6305 Union from the comfort of your own

YARD SALE unless credit I.I already establishedwith furnished S400 per month and $400 r- i home. Set hours. Be
your ownl
this office.MONITOR security deposit. Available until June LAKE BUTLER CBS 3 BR. I'/t BA. Vinyl your
1385.15 Ac. W/4 BR 2 BA
MOVING-YARD SALE Saturday 85. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD 1. floor tile, CH utility room garage. Brick home, horse barn boss. No quotas to meet. Not a

Deer Springs Road. Misc. furniture RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. 1404 .q'. ft. on %-ac. land (woods and with stall, 2 tackrooms, position but an excellent

Items, crib and household Items. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER R.altor.473.961 creek on E. side). Concrete drivewayon wash down stall pole barn l structure. ]

4737525. Itchg 1/10 THE TELEPHONE. 6/21 tfnchg paved street near school 5 blks. off
Classified deadline Is Tuesday noon SR 121 Lake Butler. Sale Price 26900. with hayloft double Call: 964-5165 for details

CARS TRUCKS prior to Thursday publication. GATOR BONE LAKE 2 BR, air gas heat Cash. Down payment $1.600 by garage workshop swimming lliiWWllliJ LuwtrttarnrrwiwHMuNall rumsrmsssssrr

Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 wood stove, 24x24 great room large 1-755-4149 1.752.6238 pool and much more.
owner. or .
ft BOATS then 10 cent for each word thereafter porch on 3/4 acre. $345 per month. Owner financed. 139000.
First 'last and deposit. 16293087. Ings. W/W carpet central AC new 1384-3BR,1 BA Remodeled ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc
& be includedat
12/13 tfnchg. range refrigerator may home on 2.81 Ac. more or
23 FT. MOTOR HOME Dodge 440, buyers E
option. Realtor
NO KITCHEN BR, 1 BA on Gatorbon less large barn with loft "
generator AC cruise, awning ref, Lake. $95 per month, 6943087. 12/27 two .*. '/
sleeps six. Excellent condition. 7400. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work tfnchg $ ., Formerly I FAULKNER REALTY I II

475.1115.2tchg 1/10-1/17 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. 2 BR FURNISHED MOBILE HOME No SKYLINE, HOUSING :
1981 AMC "SPIRIT Hatchback .xcellent Reasonable Call 473.4018 after CORPORATION
battery prlc.s. pets. Melrose area. $170 per month | 964.50651
condition new tires, new 5:30 1/5 tfnchg and
p.m. deposit 16846634. 3tchg 1650 Ave. Stark
transmission one own.r.Call Temple
new CARPET AND VINYL Repair and Intallation 1/3-1/17

4737991. Itchg 1/10 ( *. Free estimates. Ten yearsexperience. 2 BR HOUSE on Lake Johnson KH area. Special of the Week: 221 Lafayette St. Acton from Wishbone
Mon.-frl. 130am: to $:30 p.m Saturday a.". -Una
473-4217 and ask for No pet. Freshly painted Inside. Furnished New 14' Wide (Only 1 In .

FOR SALE Craig. 5/17 tfnchg or unfurnished. Enclosed front B3B N.Temple Ave INVESTMENT PROPERTIES
) !
HANDYMAN All kind of home ,
repair porch. 4732000. Itpd 1/10 Starke. Fl 32091 *CUTE HOME In Stark. City Limits. Fenced yard,
SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC mobllehome repair, and fix-up needs. GARDEN OF EDEN Access to Lake Panelled ft Plywood Floor well Insulated and new storm windows. Priced for

pipe and fitting Water softeners. No lob too small. Minor plumbingrepairs. Swan. Immaculate 2 BR, 1 BA with MUST SEE I $9,300stock No. 1926 STROUTREALTY that budget-minded

Bryan Ace Hardware Keystone Hgts.. Cleaning service. Light haul- unroom. Lovely kitchen. $325 per person.
964.4739 SUPER ENERGY EFFICIENT Home. 3 bedroom 2
Call Jim 473-3671
473-4006 5/24 tfnchg Ing. day or evening. month. No pets. 473-1678 or 473-2647.
INCOWOtATIOOKI bath. Fireplace C central air and heat.
HAMMOND ORGAN With rhythm ec- 5/17 tfnchg. 1/10 tfnchg .. Large
tlon plus organ muslc995. Call GENERAL LAWN SERVICE Mowing rake ROOM FOR RENT Kitchen privilege, !;II screened In porch. Close to Hampton Lake low

473-2210 weekdays or 473-4648 ing light hauling tilling. Call 4737607or non-drinker. $ISO per month and $50 BULLDOZER 4-831 4733094Janet 60's.AlAWTEYOFF.

weekends for appointment to see. tfn 4732409. 1/3 tfnchg deposit 473.7708 after 5 p.m. Itpd WORKFill 225: 17 Acres of lush fenced

SWAN CREST NURSERY SR-26 2'% mile NEED A PHOTOGRAPHER to record 1/10 Dirt 8 Clay M. pasture with barn. _

east of Melrose. Azalea, 3 for $1. $5 special moments? Weddings parties, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AREA 3 BR. 2 BA *ENJOY PEACEFUL FISHING on Beautiful Lake

limit.12/20 tfnchg banquet, portrait Call Craig at Heat and A/C fened back yard. $345p.r Tim Murrhee Santa Fe In your 'lovely' two story house with lot of .

GESTETNER 319 OFFSET PRESS PM-9 4733543. Itpd 110CARPENTRYMASONARY month. First last and deposit. StarlingRealtor decking. Dock and electric boat lift. Don't miss

plat maker and Model 60 plat pro- Addition. 1.694.3087. 1/10 HnchgWANTED Keystone Heights 'this one)

cessor. Six year old little use good brick block floor, tile work. Call *QUIET COUNTRY LIVING: With this 2 bedroom 2

condition. 3200. Call 904/222-3790.? 473-4473.4tchg 1/10-1/31 473-4175 VERY NICE: 3 BR, 2 BA. bath house on 6.1 acres. Fireplace and heat pump.
FCAN FURNITURE STRIPPING and refinishing Priced right to sell
2 Ac. Hwy. 123. 49000.
SEARS HEAT EXCHANGER For Specializing In antique) Call Jackl t ACRE ON SANTA FE and
RESPONSIBLE PARTY to assume mall -IN LAWTEY: One blk. RIVER: Quiet/

fireplace.. Used 3 months. New $169. 473-2521.2tchg INTSRIOL-EXTSRIOR 11O1.PAINTING ."/ monthly payment on piano. See local. ACCOUNTING from school 3 BR, 1 BA peaceful. Assumable mtg. '9V4X. Ready to build

Asking $100. 4733720.. Itchg 1/10 heater. Reference 473-7517.2tpd 1/10-1/17 ly. Writ (Include phone) Credit home Shaded lot. your home on.

THERM-A-FLOW electric double water element EXPERIENCED MOTHER Will babysit In Manager, P.O. Box 327 Carlyle! Illinois Must have experience In Accounts $28.500. A RAIFORD: Lg. 4Apt. house. Owner financing.

30 gallon old $80.. 4500 4733720. Itchg 1/10 one her ham anytime. Drop-In are or call Mr. Power, 618-394-4242. Payable and b. able to type 35-40 4.B7 ACRES: Well septic *IN GRAHAM: 3 BR 2 BA. Garage, central! heat a
year 3tchg 1/3-1/17 correct air. Fireplace on 4.5 acres. Many extras
PHJS three month old. $30. welcome. Near ichool 4733723. wpm. tank 17x35 Talman
Itchg 1/10 RESPONSIBLE PARTY to assume small General administrative experiencea pool fenced/cross- *NEAR LAKE ALTO: Unique 4 BR, 2 BA cypress

4737461. llchfl 1/10 CHESTS walker __ monthly payment* on iplnet/console plus. fenced. 24000. home with decks, fish pond over 2 acre*.

BABY BED AND TWO ml.c. sheets and NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE Call piano Can be seen locally. Writ.: (Include Salary range $9600 10400. 4.28 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. HWY 230: One of the better built home InStark.
wonder horse .
Chuck Satterwhlle, State Farm Insurance phone number) Credit
1/10 Manag.r.P.O. .. 3 BR 2 8A. Many extra
Itpd 12500.
cloth*. 473-7708 after 5 p.m. APPLY AT P.R.I.D.E.
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Box 320. Beckemeyer Illnol NEWLY AVAILABLE *WE ARE OFFERING SEVERAL INVESTMENT PRO
Hlght 1737272.7/19 tfn 62219. 3tchg 1/3.1/17 Union :
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FOR SALE ELDERLY LADY would 1V4-2V4 Ac. tracts,
LAND INSURANCE Call Chuck like
NEED an elderly
1% STORY HOME: With fireplace a loft In Country
Sotterwhlte Stat Farm Insurance, lady to share mobile home and expenses. (fO.t) .c31.1510 Owner terms. only 32900. Owner financing. ...

LAKE tOT .. Hlllcrt lok*. 13500. Lawrence Blvd.' Keystone Height, Keystone Height area. By 8 p.m.January 11. It BS -2H-10' Ac. $2,000 per *ACROSS FROM CITY HALL: 1 or 2 cottage
$164 month. 473-3194. 2tpd 1/3-1/10 ac.
Owner will finance. per 4737272.719 tfn
OLD I -5. Ac. Pv'd *HWY 16: Very neat home with many extra 3
4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete SEAts 10 H.P. riding lawn mower Ids frntg.
1 BA.
fenced 'lot septic tank for parts especially need cutting deck. $12.900.
Corner Out of
%'" ACRE lawn car and malntenonce.Commercial Pawn 16
Call 4737413.: '20 Cov'd : building lot. I
and light pole. Halfmoon Lok 4000. Itchg 1/10 Ac.: In pine
or residential. Freeestimates. eWe have a surplus of ringsdiamonds *BEAUTIFUL HOME OF YESTERDAY
Call 1.7831132.2tchg 13.110HELPIWANTED' SINGH FEMALE seeking same to share -50 Ac.: $50.000., : (Restored) I
473-2197 evenings. 8/02 tfn haul on lake Geneva. No pet*. $150 emeralds and etc. -14 Ac. $1.750 per ac. barn with stalls, hayloft toe room. 40 acre pasture '

I I. CLOTHES NEED THAT PERSONAL ATTENTION per month and 'A utilities Call You can layA-Way and .3 BR 1 BA: Country, t pecan tree I

? Call 473-7864 for Ironing service 473-2502 after 6 p.m. or 376-2182 from make I $25,300. *IN CITY LIMITS: 6 acre with pecan tr.... Nice .

Sewing Machine Mechanic that can't be beat. Satisfaction '.5. Itchg 1/10 weekly or monthly LIQUOR STORE building site.

{Minimum 3 yr*. xprlnc guaranteed every time. 1/10 tfn WANTED TO BUY Used and extremely' payments. IJl I AND LOUNGE *COMPLETELY REMODELED: 3 BR. 1 BA horn conveniently

I'Salary Open depending on ability t j BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infant and old Persian carpel. Specializing I No Interest Super Interest SERVICE STATION located. Priced right.ASSOCIATES.. _
toddler up to 3 year of age receive primarily In large size and very fine
|experience.Contact $40.000 :
lob Schneider excellent care. Weekdays, 86. Call Persian carpet No Chinese rug. The RENE FAULKNER 964-3142 SUSAN FAULKNER
Home Perth 4737864. 1/10 tfn owner of the company will be In this I LAWTEY PAWN SHOP Ill ((904))7B2.3931 964.7525 BOB MATHEWS 964-728
area In a few day to make house calls.
,3.274S 3216120eft.r Want Ads Get Results Call collect for appointment. Rugs of L Hwy 301 lawtey, fl P.O. Drawer M USE JOHNS 533.2783 REX SIEMER 473-21:

4 P.M. P.r.10. 904/389-6000. ItFCAN 301 S. law;. SUZANNE KITCHENS: 944-7430

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