Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
December 12, 1985
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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b. Wol/ fl, ltn BBS to Battle Bartow for 3A Grid Championship I

% "If we can get one more week of two play-off wins over Inverness and Paul Quinn since he was at Lake City BHS, ranked number one in Class largest Class 3A school in the state.
great football from our defense, I Tallahassee Godby. Bartow, whichis in the 1960s, points out Coach 3 A football in the final regular The Bartow defense is smaller,
think our offense can move the foot- Polk County High School, is 10-2 Hurse In his 10th year at Bartow, season poll will be outweighed by averaging some 185 pounds per man.
ball," says Head Coach David Hurseof after an 8-2 season and two play-off Coach Quinn has a 93-18 record and that big Jacket line by about 40
Football Tickets... the Class 3A state championship wins over Titusville Astronaut and has taken the Yellow Jackets to the pounds per man. "I just hope our lit Bartow is a "50" ball team, meaning
Tickets are available at the Brad- football game set in Bartow at 8 p.m. Clewiston. state play-offs several times in recent tle boys can hang tough five down linemen with a middle
ford High office for the Class 3A tomorrow (Friday, Dec. 13). Primarily a running football years, defensively," says Coach Hurse. guard, three linebackers, and three
state championship football play-off Last time BHS won a state football team, Bartow uses the power-I, with ufensively, Bartow has a huge Bartow is also the biggest Class 3A defensive backs."I .
game in Bartow set at 8 p.m. Fri championship was back to back both the fullback and tailback lined line, averaging over 200 pounds per school in the state, only 14 students believe" we can pass on
day, Dec. 13. titles in 1965 and 1966. The 1985 Tor- up directly behind the quarterback, man, including a 280 pound senior shy of the 970 enrollment limit for Bartow, says Coach Hurse.
The tickets, which cost $5 each, nado gridders are perfect so far at and with two tight ends. That has tackle named Haywood Haynes who Class 4A in grades 1012.Tallahassee
are on sale from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30: 12.0 after a 10-0 regular season and been a trademark of Bartow Coach can move despite his size. Godby, by the way, is the second (See BHSBartow..P,1ovBrooker )

p.m. today (Thursday, Dec. 12)) and
until 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, in the .
Finance Office at BUS ,

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Some half dozen buses are '
chartered for the trip to Bartow f tI -
tomorrow to the Class 3A state l i Garbage
championship football game which if; I
Bradford High is in. .j
Students can sign up for pep '
buses today (Thursday, Dec. 12) ..,
for $S per person. 0" Rates UpResidential
See the Sports pages for direc-
tions to Bartow 156 miles or 3'A
hours from Starke. 4 ,
garbage collection
From all reports Bradford Coun- # -
i fees will be going up $1.50 per monthin
ty will have a big contingent Brooker effective Jan. 1, from
rooting the Tornado football on for $3,50 to $5 per month.
the state championship. On Tuesday, Dec. 10, the Brooker
City Council at its regular meeting
voted 3-1 to make garbage collection
Early Dismissal... self-supporting. The new rates will

School will be dismissed early bring in about $7,600 per year, or
again this Friday, Dec. 13, to accommodate about $800 more than it takes to pay
Bradford fans going to for the service at this time.
the BHS-Bartow Class 3A state The council agreed that the added
championship football game in Bar- cushion would help off-set expected
expenses to the city in connectionwith
tow.Elementary students will be sanitation.
dismissed at noon, middle school Present actual expenses are $6,830
and high school students at 1 p.m. per year for garbage collection, but
the rates in
I present only bring
t I '* I $5,460. The projected increase will

Shop at Home... be $18 per year for residential
customers with churches: staying at
For the second year in a row, the 9K $3, the school at$8 and stores at $7
Starke-Bradford Chamber of Com- ''- per month.. ,' _< .. ;.
merce, In conjunction with the- In other action, the council agreedto
Bradford County Telegraph and a land use zoning change for
WPXE AM/FM Radio, will en- Starke Christmas Extravaganza Well Attended... Truby Slade, from single family
Bradford County residentsto residential to mobile home for two
courage"shop at home" during the Crowds line south Walnut Street as the winning float of the 1985 Starke of Latter Day Saints.Hope Baptist Church was second Medical Explorer lots in the Carlotta Subdivision
The by the Church of Christ Troop 460 was third.
Christmas season.A Christmas parade goes by. winning entry was
combination of posters in Fire Dept. News...
business windows, a letter appear- The town has its new truck, but the
ing in The Telegraph encouraging water tank hasn't been changed over
everyone to shop at home, and Big Crowd Watches Christmas Parade from the old truck yet. According to
community announcements on Volunteer Chief Tony Stalnaker, the
WPXE will hopefully result in the Na- tank will have to be mounted with
same success as last year's shop at was the Medical Explorer Troop 460, Advanced Electronics, Florida the pump at the rear instead of in the
home campaign, says Chamber "It looked like most of Bradford football semi-final play-off game in a $15 cash award. Judges were tional Bank G.K. Ely, Air Park Bap- middle because of the way it is built.
Director Mike Cooney."If County was there," says one Tallahassee, did not make it Saturday Beverly McGee, Diann Douglas, and tist Church, Heilbronn Springs Brad- The radiator has been fixed, the
we are to have a strong local Christmas Parade participant who morning. Jerry Thompson.The Volunteer Fire Department, of chief told the council, and filled with
economy it is very important that marched the 7,0ths of a mile route. Chamber Manager Mike Cooney is 30 entrants in the parade ford School Food Service, City anti-freeze.
everyone shop at home first during The entire parade route throughthe already planning a longer parade, were: Starke Fire Department, Hampton, Econo Lodge of Starke,
the Christmas season as well as all old downtown Starke area of about an hour, for next Christmas. If American Legion Post 56, the BHS Jr. Woman's Club of Starke, Ter- Water System...
yearlong," Cooney points out. Walnut, Madison, Call and Thompson that many people turn out, it'll be JROTC Unit, Starke Shrine Surreys, willegar Motors, Suzuki Lawtey of Correc-Starke, Clerk Linda Robinson said she
Streets was lined with people, worth the effort, Cooney says. Girl Scouts, Explorer Post 460, tional Institution, contacted PCI of Gainesville about
several deep at many places. The Church of Christ of Latter Day Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Hope Baptist Church Middle, Grace Baptist School putting the valves into the water
The bands from Bradford Middle Saints won first place in the float Saints, Cub Scout Pack 518, Lawtey Church, Bradford lines and told the council "It's goingto
Small Business... School and Lawtey Elementary competition, and got the $50 cash Elementary Band, Starke Branch of Band, Rescue QR-10 with Santa and be expensive."
A business analyst for one-on-one strutted their stuff for the parade, prize. Second place was Hope Bap- Santa Fe Community College, New Claus and a group of horses She said that each valve would
the audience. tist Church, a $35 prize. Third place River Volunteer Fire riders.
consultations will be available the and got big hands from Department, cost between $175 and $200 with the
last Friday of each month, the next The BHS band, which went to the most difficult one being around $350.
In order to save for the city
meeting being Dec. 20. money
The Small Business Development County Vs. Borrow Pit Operator Battle Ends With $25 FineBorrow Gene Melvin suggested that city
Center (SBDC), Gainesville, an- maintenance man Doc Drawdy dig
nounces the beginning of the mon- sioner ne sees: no>> tUbe in going to up the lines where the valves neededto
thly management information and pit operator Jack Fagan County Court. Judge Pierce standaius at his borrow pii on SR. the in erecting a $4,000 go during the slack mowing
assistance sessions at the Starke- put the future of his borrow pit on the withheld judication and ordered 21B in the Speedville area SW of American expense wire fence. The pit wouldbe season. The council agreed to try do-
Bradford County Chamber of Com- line Tuesday, Dec. 10, when he pledno Fagan to pay $25 court costs. Keystone Heights. Fagan appearedAug. safe if the sides are sloped, Fagan ing one on their own, and if it workedout
of violation of For has been 12 to ask the commission not to do the
merce for actual and prospective contest to charges over a year Fagan said. If the commission would to rest.
business owners. special conditions for mining permit battling the county's order to improve require him to fence the borrow pit. agree "Is this going to take us as long as
The SBDC is a service of the before Judge George H. Pierce in the safety and environmental Repeatedly, Fagan told commis (See Fagan..P.3A:. the streets signs?" questioned Coun-
State University System and the cilwoman Sue Davis. The signs have
U.S. Small Business Administration. been in the works for several years
There is no charge for the ses COMMENTARY now and have never been installed.
sions. For more information, call Water bills have been doing out by
the Chamber, phone 9645278. hand, since Robinson printing
calculator has gone out again. She
win told the council that the circuit

Upcoming... .Just one awayWily calculator board had and burned is being out repairednow. of the

Lake Property Owners .
Association will have their Ole Coach David Hurse, in his 29th year of coaching at Bradford When those fans yelled "Defense, Defense and" don't you think for an In- "The calculator we do water billson
Christmas Party on Saturday, Dec. High School, has his 1985 Tornado football team just one game away stant the players on the field didn't hear respond. we don't have one anymore,"
14. Social hour will be from 6-7 p.m. from the state Class 3A championship. This football team has no heroes, but it has many good football said Chairman Carl Edwards as he
Dinner starts at 7 p.m. Santa will Coach Mike Sexton, the defensive genius, says the coaches thought players. When one starter is out, as has happened four times, introduced the topic.
be there with gifts following dinner before the season this Tornado football team had a chance for an somebody steps in and fills in very well. The water tank repairs and pain-
The Bradford School Board outstanding year. The 1985 gridders have now proven beyond a doubtthey're One more chance, just one, remains to see these unique, talented, ting have been completed, with
meets in regular session at 7 p.m. one of the best football teams in Tornado history a rich football gutty, and wonderful Tornado football players in actionin Bartow Melvin telling\ the council that it
the third Monday of each month, tradition. tomorrow night. looked like a good job. While the
which is Nobody knows how good these Tornado gridders are. Not even the Do not think this Tornado team doesn't have a chance to win againstthe company was doing the work, they
The Starke Commission will players. In beating Tallahassee Godby, they bested one of the best largest Class 3A high school in the state. This Tornado team has put the star on top as well.
meet Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 7:30: p.m. Class 3A football teams in the state. Coach Hurse was worried about speed in the line and backfield on both offense and defense. This team
in city hall explosive Godby, which lived by the big pass play. But the Tornado is quick and strong. Tree Action...
-A vegetable marketing meeting defense held the Cougars in check, limiting them to 85 yards rushingand And, as with any team under Coach David Hurse, they are well the An oak tree at the old tennis court
is set Tuesday Dec. 17, at 7:30: 135 passing. Godby, an excellent throwing team, completed only 7 coached. Opponents are well scouted, their tendencies detailed for will be coming down in the near
Bradford County of 29 passes and had 2 intercepted. players. Hundreds of movies of opposing teams are watched by the future, whether or not the land

Agriculture Building on US-301 Unable to consistently on the Tornadoes tried to An coaches over a season. owner complies with the wishes of
North. pass Godby run. By the opponents line up Tornado players usually know whethera
"Employee Motivation" is the off-tackle trap play was successful just before the half. The Tornadoes given play way is going to be a run or a pass, and even where is it going. the"They've council. been notified and I
allowed one TD but got another drive stopped. BHS looked a little "
topic of a Chamber of Commerce haven't heard anything from them,"
Dec. 19, from disorganized. "stUlftowin consistently this day and time, a team has to have
seminar Thursday, of
Robinson her
said Clerk
But the gutty Tornadoes regrouped at halftime and ruled the line of attemptsto
in the Western outstanding This Tornado team has those kind of players.
until 1 players.
noon p.m. scrimmage in the second half. contact the owners of the tree.
Steakhouse. Speaker will be There dozen players who can catch the football. Quarterback
are a
According to Melvin, the oak tree
Things didn't go the Tornadoes' way in the play-off game against In- and who can look
retired president of Frank Long is an excellent passer runner
Med tough,
had been struck by lightning and had
here in Starke. Inverness had
verness a chance to win in the final and can in
is find the man
Kraft Food International. Cost $3 seconds.But around for receivers and open calmlyatand died. He estimated it would cost
the Tornado backfield and wait, another benefit of offen- Starke Zoning Board will in Tallahassee the effort of the coaches and players went off sive line, until the final second before throwing over the head on- about $200 to have the tree taken
meet Thursday, Dec. 26, at 7 p.m. almost without a hitch. Godby was stunned by the two early BUS coming tackler all unusual in a high school quarterback.The down safely.
scores. Conservative Coach Hurse fooled everybody with a long offensive and blocks effectively
pass line QB Long
Starke hall. That veteran protects
in the city
"If it's bona fide nuisance I
a ,
play on the first Tornado play from scrimmage. It worked BHS
setting master blocking assignmentseven
date is correct and there is for the runners. The BHS linemen can
meeting think have to clean it
on the Godby 4 yard line. Minutes later BHS drove 34 to you a right
up yards its defense from play to play.
Janet Turner of when team changes "
an agenda, says a up, said city attorney Roger Blinn.
score on a pass, the drive a masterful mixture of running and passing
the Zoning Office. against a very tough and highly touted Godby defense. BHS was up The defense, which had to carry the team in several games, was the Blinn advised the council to send
The Bradford County Zoning part of the team which was supposed to be given time to grow up this the owners a letter giving them 30
Board will meet Monday, Dec. 30, 130.One defense along quickly. Defensehas days to clean the tree and the
wondered when Godby would come to life, and explode. It never season. Coach Mike Sexton brought the up
at 7 p.m. in the Starke city happened.The been the mainstay of the Tornado team. Only once has an> opponent burned house on the same lot or that
The meeting was changed from Bradford crowd on hand in Tallahassee was larger than the God- scored more than once on the defense, and that was against the second they would be charged for having
and there is agenda,
Tuesday, Janet Turner an of the by crowd, and much, much more into the game. You can be certain the string with BHS well ahead. done.
Zoning according football team heard the fans, and was bouyed by their support. Young men, we can smell the roses. Go, Tornadoes!

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M08.078 county insurance bid, six percent per year and went up has $11,000 in a fund retained in Approved purchase of mobile
up 30 percent over last year was accepted about 10 percent one year. Tallahassee and derived from radio testing equipment costing
Monday, Dec.9, by the Brad- The commission wondered why no fishing and hunting license sales in $9,456 so radio repairman: Jerry
ford County Commission.The bid was received from Starke in- the county. If the county does the Thompson can repair car radios in TRIM $40 OFF
bid was from the George surance agent Ron Denmark who work the fund will pay for the the vehicle as opposed to taking the
Roberts Insurance Co. and was the asked to bid last year. Denmark material but not equipment, Gaines radio out and doing the work back at OUR NEW MODEL 40. NOW ONLY$249.95:
only bid received of 12 mailed out. wanted certain portions of the in- said. One bid has been received but the shop. It is a budgeted item.: Husqwrna's newest Model 40 gives you the edge power and weight an excellent vibration dampening
The bid covers general liability, surance. The county declined to more are needed, Gaines said. Agreed with the request of deputy in a weekend pro chain saw for only 24995. system. And you won't find a quieter saw in its
$38,025 up from $27,662; fleet break up the package. Denmark Plans are to build a basin in whichto clerk: Betty Ann Phillips to have a This sleek middleweight powerhouse gives; you class.[ So when the job's finished you're not.
automobile, $27,168,up from$17.041; picked up information about the in- launch boats. used equipment: sale. Mrs. Flynn the edge in performance-with faster acceleration And now you the edge in dollars and
employee floater, (3,426 and surance program but did not submita Told a Lincoln City resident the said the room in the upstairs cI'rk'foflice > and more low end torque than any weekend saw in cents-our $24,95 special introductory priceIts
workman's compenation $39,459, up bid this year. county will not accept any more occuppied by old typewriters class saves you $40! See us today for great value on
from $34,283.The roads for maintenance unless pavedto calculators, and office equipment It gives you the edge in engineering-with chain Husqvarna's complete line of weekend pro saws.
total bid last year was$82,644. In other Dec.9 action,the commis- county specifications. needs to be removed. blake standard a near perfect balance between
But Roberts rebated $13,000 to the sion: J Suejcsled sale price S249 95 with 15"tMr andchamtrroush 12/31/85
county during the past year. Manufacturer's suggested retail price,J289 95.
Roberts asked for and was given a Authorized the surveying of landin G/na's r'- ALSO ON SALE.
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"gentleman's agreement" to keep Santa Fe Swamp donated to the
Husqvarna-Chain brake.High at low speed.
the insurance with his firm for three county by Ronnie Newman and John "" power
years in hopes of avoiding excessiverate Odom Jr. Terry Gaines retained to Classic Cuts & Styles l : Low noise and vibration.

binding increases., Roberts The agreement explained,is and not appraise broken, up the Into donated seven land parcels, said: it ands is .1 afM{ 4 $8 Jk** i t4-'f-:.... SAVE' $4a"O 1 haC; Hwrnl4 : 'v

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Roberts in answer to a questionby Appointed local architect Spiros Perms Including Cut Z5 .0IIIr W a Joo.1.INS
Commissioner E.W.Hodges saidit Drivas to fill one of two vacancies on
took many hours in his office a the county zoning board. Drivas was
trip to Tampa and several trips to on the city zoning board until he Haircut & Blowdry (te1 HusqY rna
moved out of the Zoning Direc-
Jacksonville to put together his bid. city. '
7.00 Chain Saw Professionals.For .
Commissioner Wilbur Waters'motion tor L.M. Gaines told commissionershe Men The

seconded to award by Commission the bid to Lawrence Roberts fill needs out the another 7-member name board.submitted to Women . . . . '10.00 optimum performance and safety consul!your owner's manual

Mosley after Mosley found out the
gentleman's agreement is not bin- Was told by Gaines that he has 486 N. Temple Ave. 964"6777 Hours: STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT
state Department of Suite A Tues. -Sat. 9-5
ding Robert, passed has unanimously.carried the county's Environmental Regulation (DER) Starke,Florida Gina Brown Frazee Evenings by 438 S. WALNUT STARKE
general, auto, and liability insurance for a permit for a boat ramp and (Across street from BUS) Salon Manager Appointment 964-8568
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,- Petition For Subdivision DeniedA I

ri petition to reclassify 8.2 acres mobile home lots of 40000; square -P. George Manning,rezoning 125
off Edwards Road 1V4 miles west of feet each. One acre contains 43,560 by 200 foot lot,adjoining his business '
the Starke city limits for a mobile square feet. between SR-100 East near Keystone
) home subdivision was denied .5-0 The area, about IV miles west of Heights, and the RS&F: railroad
air .( X111 i i Monday Dec. 9. by the Bradford the city limits on Edwards Road tracks, from ILW (light industry) to
'l..0, (v, '' tSl, County Commission.The from the Bradford Square Shopping single family residential.
area is low, any fill hauled in Center, was to be named Swaying Wilbur and Kay Waters, rezoningone
i might make water run off onto Pine Acres. He said the deeds to the acre, one mile northwest of
t neighbors, and residents in the area lots would be restricted to maintain Starke at CR-16 west and NW 25th
't / oppose the park, said Commissioner quality in the project. Each lot St., from RSF-MH (mixed) to CG
i Wilbur Waters in making the motionto would have a septic tank. Harden- (general commercial)).
r a wik deny the petition to the brook said
tis' ;If' .rAt wasrq? reclassify County Sanitarian Dar-
4 >: area from RSF (single family rell O'Neal would not approve septic Starke Zoning...
i -. residences on 20,000 square feet or tank permits in the area on less than At the Nov. 21 meeting of the
one-half acre) to RSF-MH (mixed 40,000 square feet. Starke Zoning Board approval was
3 i'i' zoning both mobile homes and single Two other petitions were approved given to Donald C. Roberts to rezone
family residences in the same area for favorable recommendations at one acre off Market Road in nor
on a miminum of 20,000 square feet). the November 26 zoning meeting. thwest Starke from RlA to R2A in
'i''i's Mrs. Ann Wingate presented the They were: order to build a duplex
commission with a petition signed .
'i'k by area residents opposing the pro-
ject. Mrs. Wingate called the area t -
"environmentally sensitive." 1
1 The matter came to the commission N y'.s' (' ,;;' 'r
without a recommendation i ni 1 ( q adr2
from the zoning board after a 2-2 tie
vote at the November 26 county zon-
ing board meeting.The .
This 1929 Ford Truck Still Plugging Along... petition was presented by Lee
Hardenbrook representing Robert
Starke builder G.K. (Jerry) Ely drives his 1929 Ford not use US-301 as part of its route.Parades in the future L. Cooper the owner.Hardenbrook .
truck In the 1985 Starke Christmas Parade.Ely plans to must get along without the 4-laned highway, says told the county com !
restore the truck, which he bought In Sarasota. Police Chief Jimmy Bo wen. mission that Cooper proposed eight ?
For the first time In years the Christmas parade did

I Tornado TalkBy a

Michelle HallCongratulations. "stocking-stuffer" before they stand as we head into ding, please contact Little Women .
Christmas! Christmas vacation and second President Allison Denmark for in
semester. vitations. Invitations are $5 this
... Students... year.
Congratulations to the Bradford Students planning to take classesat Also, if you would like your baby
Tornadoes on their win over SFCC during the next year shouldfill picture in the annual, please bring Honor Society...
Tallahasee-Godby. They have once out an application to Santa Fe them by Mrs. McNelley's room by In past Tornado Talk, I listed the
more proved we are No.1. Tomor- and take the ACT test Monday, Dec. tomorrow (Friday, Dec. 13). Don t new National Honor Society. I left
row night's game is the last and 16, at 1:30 p.m. No fee is required. forget your fact sheet for the Senior out one member's name; Tracie 'I
most important game of the season. SFCC application forms are Index, either! Clark. Please accept my apologies,
The state championship game. Go available in the Guidance Office Tracie.
to the game and support your No. 1 from Guidance Couselor Allison Al- Book Drive... New members have been added to from $890 to 14" Engraving Included
Fighting Tornadoes. Good luck, jets. This application form must be The Key Club is still having a the National Honor Society. Theyare "SOMETHING SPECIAL"Your
Bradford! We're with you all the completed prior to taking the ex Children's Book Drive. The box in : Allison Denmark, 12; Kellie
way I Ml l l amination. The form requires the front office has plenty of room Baldwin, 12, vd Karen and Sharon choice of personalized buckle,
notarization. Since the test does not left, if you would like to drop in a Martin, 12. C igratulations!
Save over $200!... begin until 1:30: p.m., transportation book or two. The condition of the card case, key ring, button covers or
The BHS Art Department has produced arrangements must be made by book does not matter. Donations are Lost... money clip makes an ideal gift for
a 1986 calendar and coupon each student for getting home after gratefully appreciated. Coach Hurse lost a ring of keys the him or her.
book that will go on sale Dec. 16. the test, since the buses will have night of the Inverness Football
Each month features student art- left by the time the test ends. Wrestling... game. A $10 reward is offered for
work and discount coupons from Coach David Tew is still accepting their return. If you come accross OPEN ST
many local businesses. Well over Seniors... applications for students interestedin these keys, please contact Coach MenSal.9308pm.
$200 may be saved if you take advan- It is important that all seniors or wrestling for the Tornadoes. Also Hurse immediately. : C ':Jewdty-.Gift; 104WCII 9Uo1Z7
tage of the coupons offered each students planning on graduatingwith needed are several responsible people Sunday
month. the class of '86 contact Mrs. Al- to keep score and operate the Hello... 1-Bpm Galkryioc
The calendars will sell for$4 each. jets in the Guidance Office concern- clock at home wrestling matches. Hello, Coach Stephens. Your
The proceeds will go for art suppliesand ing credits, SSAT needs, and the They may be students or teachers. name is finally in my column, so you DON'T FORGET OUR JEWELRY SALEIN
equipment. Calendarcouponbooks spelling of the graduates' name for Contact Coach Tew in room 1409 or can STOP HARASSING me now.
will be on sale in the front office the diploma. You have before leave a message in his mailbox. Michelle. EFFECT UNTIL CHRISTMAS EVE
and in the art area (rooms 1414 school, during lunch, study hall,
and 1419). Chastain's Jewelry and after school or anytime you have a Christmas Formal... .
Gift Gallery in downtown Starke will hall pass from a teacher. Please try The Little Women's Club of Starkeis ;:C.. ;C)
also be selling them. to tend to this matter as soon as hosting a Christmas Formal Dec. .
Don't miss out!! Get this great possible so everyone knows where 20. If vou are interested in atten- "J' Owned & Operated by Marcie & Gene Eunice

"1/to4e tkw4 $4ti'',

J. Rock For First Aid I .. --
Medical Explorers FLORIDA SOUVENIR' LAND : -

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1" for much needed first U.S. 301 North Florida ..
Members of the Medical Explorers raise money female) ages 14-20 interested in the
aid kits. The Medical Explorers will A Great
Post 460 rocked from 6:30: medical field. Once a medical ex-
p.m. and continued until 6:30: a.m. use these kits such while assisting hurricanes with, plorer has been CPR and First Aid ; .
Sunday, Dec. 8 to buy first aid kits emergencies tornadoes, fires, The explorersaid Certified, they are qualified to ride CIRRI :;
for emergencies. in these emergencies along-side and assist our local emergency service -
in the rock-a-thon
Participating trained paramedics and other rescue units If you are In-
Saturday, Dec. 7 were Kellie related Personal terested in becoming a member or HNC
Baldwin Derrick Kim personnel. would like
Dowdy, more information, please
all those who pledged or
Dukes Christie, Kim Rodgers Fillyaw, Cindy, Melissa Rodgers May,, made thanks rock-a-thon donations.go to Fine complete support success.made call The Dana Medical Whitaker Explorers at 964-5317 Post 460 Is Let Us Help You with Many Unique, One-of-a-Kind Gifts....

Holly Shields, Kim Thompson, and the a sponsored by the Emergency Services Clocks Gator Moccasins from 7.98
Dana Whitaker. Medical Explorer Post 460 is aim- Unit of Bradford County. Clothing of the rock-a-thon was to ed towards young adults (male and
Paintings Wind Chimes Many Leather Goods

Fagan... COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ceramic Fruit Bowls Jewelry & Figurines

Published every Thursdayat
(from page: 1 A) February, 1984 the county gave 133 W. Call Street THOUSANDS OF FINE GIFTS PERFECT FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.

would to drop complete the tencing the sloping requirement within he 30 Fagan borrow a special pit, but permit on certain to operatethe condi- Stark,. Florida 32091 Bring all those visiting relatives out to sample our fresh squeezed orange juice

days, Fagan bargained. tions: Second Class paid at
wire fence be
That American
Developer Jack Courtnay told 1) an 1
commissioners if a motorbike or erected around the 12-acre pit to pre- Starke, FloridaSubscription Claxton JAMS
3-wheeler rider ran off the edge of vent someone from driving off the U
edge of the deep pit. Rates: CAKES JELLIES
the borrow the fall would probablykill FRUIT
him. 2) That the pit not be dug deeper In-trade area: $10.00 per year Pac
Fagan's borrow pit first came to than 30 feet. be $5.50 six months 2.59 PRESERVES FS
the attention of the county zoning of- 3) That debris on the property
fice when he increased activity and removed. Outside area: $11 per year '
began hauling fill for the Bradford 4) That no other debris be placedin
$6.00 six months
Hospital. Zoning Director L.M. the landfill pit.S .
Gaines found Fagan was operatingthe ) That Fagan dig no closer than -
borrow pit without a pe11 t...In! 50 feet to adjoining property lines. I Irgf313

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I Ii;: Response to Chris Campbell Story Holds 'Out New Hope for EB Victim I

Chris For a while a fruit jar sat on the counterat The Thanksgiving article about Chris's In spite of his illness, which has
looking for walk
Things are
up prevented him from learning to or enjoy -
struck chord in the
the self-service gas station which a responsive
Campbell... Chris's Chris's mother, Brenda, and her father, hearts and minds of many readers in the, F the normal activities-of children his
At least... now there's hope I Ed Campbell, ran at the corner of U.S.301 Starke and Keystone Heights areas. age, Chris is responding to the Homebound IPreSchool
,, and State Road 100. The jar was for dona- Among these was Mrs. L.K. (Maybelle) training he receives weekly in
It started Thanksgiving Week Teacher tions customers could make for Chris's Whitehead whose efforts on behalf of those speech and physical-occupational threapy.The .
when The Telegraph publishedChris's medication and special diet. who could not help themselves, although last "report card" from his teacher,
unpublicized, won her the Chamber of IF Evelyn Maycumber,carried this notation:
story... a story that beganat Pleased But the jar didn't fill up very fast, and Commerce Humanitarian. Award several : "Chris is doing very well. I am so pleased
his birth, five and a half years both of the Campbells were soon needed at years ago. with his progress!

home to care for Ed's invalid wife, and Joining forces with Mrs. Whitehead is a
ago.The haven't with Brenda's son, a victim of EB (epider- Mrs. Whitehead immediately began friend, Mrs. Larry (Pauline) Aiken of
Intervening years molysis bullosa), a near-incurable skin talking to others about Chris's plight and Crystal Lake,who will serve as
been easy for Chris... or his' disorder. found a sympathetic response from every chairman of the Chris Campbell community -
mother. Progress individual and organization contacted. effort. Anyone who would like to
Funds soon ran out for Chris's expensive "The only thing now to prevent Chris from volunteer help, financial or otherwise,
And things hadn't changed treatment with ointment and vitamins. having a normal life would be public Indif- may write Mrs. Aiken at Route 3, Box 976,
much since The Telegraph first And although the sores on his body and ference," Mrs. Whitehead said, "But thatwon't Starke, or call her at 4734441. Funds may
described Chris's condition in limbs had healed considerably during the happen because I've had too much also be contributed directly at the Florida
1983, soon after the Campbells brief period of treatment, they soon reappeared positive and moral support from my con Federal branch office on West Madison
to Starke. Now, at age 5V4. his back and legs tacts in just the two weeks since I first Street in Starke.
moved Newberry ,
from are a mass of scabs and blisters. learned of his illness. Everyone has ex-.
pressed a sincere desire to cooperate." "Chris's mother and I have every indication
that we can stop this child's pain, butit
This spirit of cooperation has already .t will take a little help from each of us who
produced a large circulating oil heater for .t wants to help enable Chris to walk," Mrs.
EDITORIALS the new room that Ed Campbell added to Whitehead said. "We believe that by this
their mobile home so that Chris would time next year, this is possible. The
have plenty'of light and fresh air. The response has been very encouraging. Oint-
Campbells have found that it is better to ment has been ordered and heat has been
leave his skin unbandaged, as the lesions put in their home at 318 Lafayette Street.
Tornadoes heal faster if exposed to air. Chris's doctor at Shands Hospital says to
try anything that might help.It .

Pledges are already coming in for the is believed that research on EB has
Chris Campbell Fund set up at Florida been neglected in the U.S. due to the fact
the Federal Savings & Loan, Mrs. Whiteheadsaid that so few children are affected by it. At
'Smell Roses'I. I and several church groups and other present, the only relief suggested by area
organizations have promised their sup- Chris and FriendChris doctors has been to"coat them with Crisco

port. and wrap them in gauze." This routine
,, Brenda Campbell said that Tony de Ger- earned the title of "Crisco Kid" for
for briel, the 33-year-old Canadian who was was born with EB, a rare disease Michael Hammond of Gainesville, who
Not the least of good things going cured of EB at a clinic in West Germany, that affects only one birth out of 50,000. It died at an early age without being cured.
the BUS Tornadoes last Friday night in using the treatment developed by Dr. results from a disorder in which the liver's
Tallahassee was the terrific support of Pavel Kozak, plans to visit Starke in collagen, a necessary enzyme found in Brenda Campbell hopes for a better fate
some 1,500 loyal fans who made( the January. "He will bring a film to show to connective tissue and bones,is attacked by for her son.

three-hourtrip to Capitol Stadium in local groups demonstrating positive collagenase, a proteolytic enzyme that "At least we can tryand do somethingto
of breaks down proteins in the collagen,caus-
results from the use Dr. Kozak's his
relieve suffering, Mrs.
Tallahassee to cheer their team on to prescribed creams, vitamins, and special ing the skin to blister, scab, and rub off if Whitehead. says
victory in the Class 3A state semi-finals. j diet," Brenda said. touched.

Thanks to this super support and the

fact championship-worthy that BHS has football produced team this a Education Committee Appointed By Chamber; Objectives SetThe I

year, the Tornadoes are now within one Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Florida; and Barney Ruckdeschel, production Career shadowing experiences, suc-
game of their first state championship Commerce has formed a new Education service superintendent of Her- cessfully used in Tallahassee and St.
m 20 years. They were reminded of this teams at one time or another,especially Committee which reflects a growing na- cules, Inc.Representing. Petersburg, where students join a
when Mike Sexton, the team's defensive smaller schools such as BHS. tionwide movement toward increasing education on the committee business, trade, or other professional per-
coordinator waved a faded red jacket cooperation between business and schools. are Dr. Bernie McFadden, coordinator son for a day "on the job ,
It's been a long way back from that SFCC ,Starke Center; George Adopt-a-school>> a program In Jackson-
i in the hysterically-happy Tornado 8-3 team of 1978, things went down. It The new committee, announced by Bowen, president of Bradford Education ville since 1979, whereby a company
(, locker roomafter the game as a sym- 5-5 in in 1980 to 0-10 in Chamber of Commerce Executive Direc- Assn.; Jim Duncan, Superintendent of adopts a specific school and assists with its
bolic "trophy" from the State Cham- was 1979,3-7 1981. tor Mike Cooney, is composed of local Schools; David Smith, director of educational activities, management,
pionship won by "Big Red" two decades It's been a long climb from that 0-10 businessmen and educators. Members of Bradford-Union Vo-Tech; and Patricia and/or support services.An .
team. The record was 5-5 in 1981, 6-4 in the Committee to link the resources of the Spengler, chairman, Bradford County educational problem of local concern
ago.An 1983, and 7-4 in 1984. Two years83 and business community with the local school School Board. is the current education funding formula
overjoyed David Hurse, who also '84, BHS was classified 2A and played system include Joe Bula, owner of Starke Some of the types of projects the that uses a cost of living index that reduces
coached that first team Power Equipment; Med Connelly, retired Chamber Education Committee will con- funding for Bradford County schools by
championship smaller schools.Reclassified
i president of Kraft Foods, Int.; Dr. Gray sider include: over $400,000 a year. Other issues of Interest
( in 1965 and has guided the Tornado 3A this who'd Flynn, local dentist; Don Luebke, plant Business support of annual awards and to the Committee include school
destiny for 29 years, beamed: "These season, manager of DuPont; Walter E. Ripke, ex- recognition banquets for students and drop-out rates and a local Junior Achieve-
kids deserve it...'they've faced adversity have thought this team could have ecutive vice,president of Owen-Joist of teachers. ment Program.
evolved from players with limited suc-
all year long, but they've worked
their tails off and hung tough when they cess in Class 2A play.It .
is, Co i1tv.Agent.,''s Column, -* ., . J
had to. *.' <* 1\.: a tributerofJilgh.orderthatthe; 4 Bobby. *Taylor", .: "
BH3 S'! ttch6&all traditibri'aliid i ',.' coach "-&nd players .Qf"pq-ttre) :<< on the"-' #:;. ,. : :: 'I"' \\1"7i\, ;\ ".".'.b ,;:9rJ7' '.;.,,. s ot i vt: *:* "J/ ; ( I 141 Ii "i-, i h .N J.w '"
..4. J frfi f ; 'teams/reaching back to brink/ C' a third state championship:- ? f. : rHIJ'' ;;'r;i;;;; ;fl wi" 'WO 1i"h.'o'T' 'u.'nnnrl
many Coaches Hurse and Sexton work just as Our monthly, utility bills are constant the inside edge of the row should be about
1928. The 1944 blue and gold Tornadoes reminders of the need to conserve energy.We Landscaping to Save Energyleaves
hard in a losing season as they have this three feet from the wall.
posted a 9-1-0 record and scored 344 know that such things as added insulation
points for the best record to that date. It season. You'd look long and hard to a and weather-stripping can help in the fall, their bare branches Blocking and directing wind currents is

was 7-2 in 1945, 8-2 in 1949, 7-2-1 in 1951, high school team prepared as well. It's minimize heating and cooling cost. But did allow the sun to warm your home in another energy saving service of trees and
in just a lot more fun this year. you know that plants can also help? winter. shrubs. Evergreens with dense foliage extending -
in in 1955 7-4 in 1956 7-2-1
7-3 1952,7-3 Through careful selection and placementof to the ground can be used to createa
1958,7-1-2 in 1959,10-0-1 in 1960,11-0-0 in These 1985 players are special. landscape materials,you can reduce the Espaliered plants that are trained to barrier that will reduce the chilling effects -

1961, 8-1-1 in 1964,12-0-0 in 1965,11-0-1, in They've equalled the record of the best expense maintaining a comfortable In- grow keep flat against home walls cool or trellises will of cold winter winds. And,if properly
a by absorbing
1966, 7-3 in 1968, 8-2-1 in 1971, 8-2-0 in Tornado team, the 12-0) 1965 eleven. If door environment year-round. help reflecting the sun's rays. Trellised vines or located on the north and west sides of your
in 7-4 In'1975 9-3 in 1976 the team' Many landscape plants can serve dual be lot, this same screen will direct cooling
1972, 10-2 1974, our players give same tough, can used to shade windows, especially breezes around home in
and 8-3 in 1978. In between those winn- effort they've exhibited so far, they purposes.When strategically located,they those that face south.Like trees which lose your summer.

ing seasons, there were down cycles in have a good chance of being state cham- will same beautify time serve home as grounds effective and buffers at the their deciduous leaves vines as will cold provide weather cooling arrives shade, From these few examples you can see

which the Tornadoes won 6 games or pion again. against both heat and cold. This can resultin during summer and let in warming that plants that are properly selected and
less. Every team has down due to significant savings on home energy sunlight during winter. placed in the landscape can effectively
I Coach we can smell the roses."chairperson" .
afflicts shield home from both heat in the
lack of material that most costs, costs which are almost certain to your
a continue to climb in the years ahead. Landscape plants can also conserve summer and cold in the winter.Fortunately -
I energy by reducing air circulation around there are many attractive plant
Trees planted on the west side of your your home. For example, a row of materials to choose from. And there are a
home will shield it from the hot afternoonsun. evergreens established next to a wall number of ways to use them to achieve
.School Formula To shade a one-story house, plant creates a dead air space. The still air bet- worthwhile reductions in energy use while
I : Funding medium to large trees about 15-20 feet ween the wall and the trees has an in- also beautifying your home grounds. Ac-
from the foundation.For maximum shade, sulating effect. In winter this dead air tually, a relatively small amount of time
Costs Bradford BucksDoes the tree canopy should extend over the reduces the loss of heat from your house. and money spent on establishing strategic
Big roof. Deciduous trees like pecan or cotton- And, in summer it helps keep y"ur home plantings can pay off in substantial savings -
wood are good for this purpose because from absorbing heat. For this method to on your utility bills. Landscaping to
their foliage provides !shield I against. work effectively, the row of
evergreensmust conserve energy is truly worth consider-.
it really cost more to live in ) of the Bradford School summer heat. And after they lose theirTelescopes be very dense. And, when full grown, ing.
Union County than it does in Bradford? Board has enlisted the backing of the

Education Committee of the Chamberof at UF Observatory
That's hard to believe.
Commerce in her fight to see that r-- Letters .
But based on the cost of living index fiscal justice is done to the Bradford IAmateur
used by the state to allocate school County School system.At I Available for Comet Viewing Key Club ThankedFor

funds to the county it takes less moneyto Thanksgiving Gift
Bradford than it does the a legislative workshop to be held star-gazers wanting a look at Halley's comet may take advantage of a new
live in the Teaching Observatory of the University of Florida astronomy department Editor
neighboring counties of comparablesize here Thursday, members of the new program. .. Telegraph:
Education Committee will On behalf of the Key Club of Bradford
Union Baker and Clay. urge our visitors the two main telescopes at the
including On cloudless Friday night, may
every High School, I would like to share with
local delegation to work toward
having observatory to watch Jupiter, the moon, and star constellations while the comet
That might seem a point in favor of the state's education funding formula grows brighter and brighter in the sky during December and the first few months of your readers a letter of thanks received by

Bradford County, if the figures were revised "on a regional basis' so that it the new year.The Friday night observatory hours are from 8:30: to 10 p.m. our needy organization family at Thanksgiving for a gift they time made: to a

realistic as to actual costs, but accor- will reflect "the real cost of living in this Although Halley's will not come as close as it did in 1910 when the Earth actually Dear Mrs. Swift
ding to School Board Chairperson area," rather than on a county-by- passed through the comet's tail,it will still be worth seeing and will not reappear until ,

Patricia Spengler, who has waged a six- county basis. The committee feels that the year 2061. Faculty Advisor, Key Club:

year (unsuccessful) campaign to get this change would "better ensure an The observatory will be closed on cloudy nights, during UF semester breaks,and on It was with great pleasure that I received -
Visitors wanting to check on sky conditions may call Starline at 392-5294 the box
the formula changed- "just ain't so. holidays. grocery gift for a needy family.
I educational to all
equal "opportunity after 7:30 p.m.j nY Friday evening for a recorded message.about\ sky conditions. Thanksgiving, from the Key Club.
citizens of Florida. evening tours be arranged for schools, clubs, and other groups
is that the Sunday group may The box was a very generous one and wtwere
Mrs. Spengler's concern The committee will point out that by calling the UF astronomy department at 3922052. able to divide it into two gift packs

weighted formula is used by the State to Bradford County is on the move on The observatory is located on the UF campus, south of the Reitz Union parking lot which were then delivered to two needy
and is
funds to the counties families.
apportion and west of the Engineering Sciences building.
almost every front and "It is obvious
loss of
currently costing Bradford a Both these families
that an excellent school system is essen- are on severely
its current 1985-86 budget. limited incomes and neither
$433,011 on of them had
index tial to the growth of our area. Our ef- in food in their house for the
The higher the cost of living in a Forestry Bradford County any holidays.
forts Bradford
improve County are
county, the more money: it receives.The David Bradford Co.ForesterIf Their thanks were heart-warming and I
By W. Norton
threatened education funding
cost of living index now being used rates clearly by an hope you know how much your consideration -

County at .9892.Union at .9736, and formula that dooms our children to Warren Carver ASCS Director, addvises and generosity meant to these two
I Clay inferior education." someone gave you money to plant pine Mr. families
Bradford is .9526. an that the period for this ,
Baker at .9699. trees, then timber would be an ideal crop sign-up
Basing the funding formula on to plant. The federal government does by only lasts until Dec. 15. The money It's absolutely marvelous to know that,'
i So far Mrs.'Spengler's'' pleas have regional standards rather than single providing a cost-share assistance programfor for this program is allocated on a request we have such community-spirited young'
basis. This allocation in ONLY available people in our area.' ._ >
to reduce the costsof
fallen on more or less deaf ears in county criteria that are likely to be tree private planting.In landowners. ONCE A YEAR. Therefore, if you are Thank you again for
Tallahassee since the "balance of atten- more prone to error than a regional planning on planting pine trees during the thoughtfulness.-. -your_
tion" received by,the small counties a average would be, appears to be a fair order to encourage private lan- winter of 1980-87 and have 20 acres to Loris Meece,HSC II
downers to plant idle or cut-over: timber plant, you need to sign up at this time.If HRS Aging and Adult Services
decade ago when the legislature was solution to what now seems to be an un- areas, this cost-share program was ,
I more or less controlled by leaders from fair distribution of school funding.In established. This program has changed you have a few idle acres that you Unit 125,Starke
rural counties has now swung to the names many times since the Soil Censer would like to place in pine production, stop
counties of the meanwhile, just try and per- vation Service began their "soil bank" by and sign up at the ASCS office before
larger and more'populous suade the average family it's cheaper to plantings In 1958. Many millions of acres Dec., 15. If yeu have further questions
I South Florida, But now the persistentand live in Bradford County than in Union or have been reforested because these funds about this program, contact my office at
determined chairman ( ext. 219.
sorry- Baker.. are available. 964-6280.
I now called the If you have no interest in timber production -
-- __ _____ cost-share program
L few trees to
"Forestry Incentives! Program", ,is but would like a plant
available to landowners each year at this around your home, the Division of
time. This program can return to lan- Forestry will be sponsoring a seedling
1 sale on Jan. 18, here in Starke.
downers up to 50% (one-half) of the money packet
which they spend on planting trees. This .Tree species available for sale will In- More than 71 million gallons "
includes aU costs necessary for clearing or clude dogwood, Virginia, pine longleaf of water,pass over
preparation of the particular area,-.along pine,and sycamore.Stay.tuned... for further Victoria Falls In Africa
Australia had rnorthan 10 time*a.many sheep((145 million)a.humans((13 million). with costs of tree planting. details as they develop. very mlnut.

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UMW Celebrate --
Hospital Auxiliary
With Holiday TeaA Tea Friday, Dec. 6 ,,:1" : '
beautiful Christmas Tea was enjoyed The Bradford : / > I
Methodist by the Women members of the United held its annual tea Hospital last Friday Auxiliary,Dec. Social Side; .Club Newa'IVottce0
in Tuesday, Dec 3 6, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the '
Fellowship Hall.
cloth The',table, covered with a lace hospital Hospital staff Library,doctors honoring and wives and the of the Church Items' ,
was centered with a holiday board members.In .
decoration and crystal angels. The
I .
refreshments were prepared by the the hall in front of a large wall News WeddingReceptions ', '
executive committee. mirror was d round punch table '
The members met in the church Y V X covered with a red lace cloth and
sanctuary for the monthly general centered with a crystal punch bowl Parties .
meeting. The report of the 1985 flanked by a red poinsettia plant. Gladys Mooty
Bazaar was the highlight of the Around the mirror was a white 964-7608
meeting. Everyone was thanked for grapevine wreath decorated with
their support of the successful event white doves, long strands of pearls

and chairmen gifts in were appreciation.given the It was co- and red velvet bows. Did You Know........... CORRECTION

voted to sent the tithe Dr.and Mrs. Aaron Hutcheson
to Red Bird I' The Because of incorrect information
refreshment table in the
Mission and the Florida returned to their home in
Children's library was covered with a white supplied last week, the Tucker-
Home. A portion of the profit will be polyester and silk embroidered cloth Clarksville, Tenn. on Wednesdayafter McKinney engagement was in error.
used for a new air-heating unit and with a weeks visit with their The for the
I a red runner with red satin Tttegragh apologizes
chairs for the mother, Mrs. Edith Hutcheson and
pastor's study. bows and long red streamers at the grievance it caused. '
Following the business meeting corners and centered with red family. ,
Rev Ballard Wilson lead a special Hospital Auxiliary Tea... silver and green Christmas arrangement a -, .... ............. ....... .."..,.. ,- ". ...."..",......."........." .1
prayer The time. Charter member Jewel Roberts presides at tea service with Judy Moore A silver coffee service was at '!
Christmas program, under neu,Assistant Hospital Administrator;and Ada Reddish,past president one end of the table. Silver and "IIIIIII\\
the direction of Mrs. Donald Thorn-,
looking on.Worth. crystal plates held goodies, party
ton and Mrs. Steve Futch, depicted snacks and sandwiches.
Christmas celebrations around the .H .&e 1f4. -
world with members participating.A .
Gift to Missions was presentedto Linda Johns, chairman, was
Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. at the NotingLunch assisted by members of the Aux- t I _44.

conclusion of the program by Presi- "Angels Aware" (the story of why iliary in serving during the tea tofy*.... Owt lll4lU
dent Mrs. S. G. Denmark. The God came to earth as a baby) on hours.
special recognition was given In appreciation Bunch Holding Dec. 22 at 7:15 p.m. ,
for Nancy's dedication to with each '50" purchase''
her church and the UMW. Christmas PartyThe
receive a Free pair of
Lunch Bunch will hold a
covered dish Christmas party Fri Pearl Earrings m rob) '
Methodist Groups day noon Dec. 13 at the FirstPresbyterian 't RIOJt8CUSTOM with each MOO purchase ,

Celebrating ChristmasThe Church.K.L.Baptlst \ i receive a Free 18"

seven groups of the United Pearl Necklace n.v*..
Methodist Women held Christmas Church from now 'til Christmas
celebrations at their meetings this 4 i L i
week. Christmas ProgramThe Blinds
Vertical \
Group 1 had luncheon-meeting at adult and children's chorus of Draperies
Western Steer Steak House
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church cor- / Balloon Shades Mini Blinds
Wednesday; Group 2 had a luncheon
dially invites the public to a FREE GIFT WRAPPING
meeting Tuesday at the home of "Candlelite :
Christmaslng" sun-
Muriel Wilson; Group 3 met at the day evening, Dec. IS, at 7:30:on p.m. Roman Shades Bedspreads 1 WITH EAGfl PURCHASEComplimentary
home of Betty Bloodworth on Tues directed ,
by Patty Kay Elder.
day for a luncheon-meeting; Nancy
Roberts was hostess at a luncheon-
meeting Tuesday for Group 4 held at Weeks.U.D.C. WALLPAPER GALORE ,
her home; Group 5 had a party and I
meeting Tuesday evening at Luncheon Dec. 16 Color Analysis
Virginia Jean Johns house; Group 6 The W. T. Weeks I '
chapter, U.D.C Find out which colors best suit you.
had a luncheon-meeting at the homeof will meet Monday, Dec. 16, at 12 I
Elaine Thornton; and Group 7 hada noon at the Starke Woman's Club for Coordinate your home or office. J Friday Dec. 13.9:30 am 5:30 pm
party and meeting Wednesday its annual Christmas luncheon and
afternoon in the Fellowship Hall. party.Special. QUALITY CAN COST LESS!!
Prayer partner gifts were exchanged guest will be Mrs. W. J.
at each Group. Flannery, District II Director ; Building, remodeling or decorating iiIR

Florida Division.U.D.C. CALL FOR HElPI! I (L SN919radtNd
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St.Marks WomenTo Home For The HolidaysBHS a" NL1.7LJ VIIIaN.-
0,' ,
Meet Dec. 18 Reunion Dec. 27A Interior Decorating Made Easy ( I Ni

The Women of St.Mark's will meet For Shop at' Home Convenience I Ir

Wednesday Parish House.,Dec. 18,at 11 the "Home for the Holidays" Reu- : Call: Donna Gruen 964-7714 Starke 1 LI LIo

nion is being planned for Friday, Call for a no obligation\ appointment l"
Dec.Club.27 at 8 p.m. at the Starke Coun- r ,

Mrs. Melita Reddish try
The reunion is being planned by I
Honored at ShowerMrs. members of the 1958, '59, and '60
BHS graduating classes. They invite
Melita Reddish was honored '
all out-of-town: visitors as well as
with a baby shower given in her a
local friends to come and renew old,
honor on Tuesday night Dec. 3, by friendships. .
St. Edward's Altar Society in the Please spread the word. Everyoneis "
parish hall. asked to bring an appetizer and/or
Mrs. Reddish was presented with contribute to the D.J. Fund. :
a white hand-crocheted corsage For details contact Harriet Bryan,
made by Mrs. Sophie Kimutis. 964-5787; or Linda Kaye Gillingham, 'H7A'B PICIALI
Assisting in opening gifts was Mrs. 964-5787; or Virginia and' Randy o
Mary Brown. Mrs. Betty Dazinsk) Johns, 9045529.Christmas .
kept the gift list. .
The refreshment table was adorn-
ed with a centerpiece of hand- MusicalAt
crocheted baby items and miniature
Give'AFriend A
baby figures. This was a creation of Hope Baptist ChurchThe Subscription

Mrs. Kimutis. Refreshments con- junior! choir of Hope Baptist .
sisted of a variety of sandwiches, Church, located 8 miles South of
cakes, cookies, pastries, nuts and Starke on SR100 will present the
candies. children's Christmas musical ,
.5. to the

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7:00 PM this Christmas.

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The Robbie Pierces Dinner Honorees + 1 :A

Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Pierce of served appetizers by Mrs. Hardy
Cleveland, Tenn. were honored at a and Mrs. Biggs.
couples buffet dinner Saturday The buffet table was covered witha
night, Nov. 23 at the home of Mr. and white linen cloth and centered with
Mrs. J. R. Reddish. Co-hosts were an arrangement of silk flowers
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Biggs, Mr. and balanced by pink candles in silver
Mrs. M A. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. holders. ?,
; ,.
s l' '
Kenneth Grider Mr. and Mrs.
# E.Hardy, Ms. Linda Johns and Ms. The forty couples included Mr.
Ann Godwin. and Mrs. Jay Godwin and Judge and

Mrs. George Pierce. 3' "Y
Arrangements of seasonal flowers The honored couple were
and potted plants highlighted points presented with a corsage and
of interest in the party rooms for the boutonniere as they arrived and a
occasion.As cook book as a memento of the occa
the guests arrived they were sion. ; t

Air Park Baptist Float a Standout at Christmas Parade Saturday

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Pageant Winner 4' ..- d.' 3 ,. i
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Little Angela Mae McCarthy, i FOI t ,; .; ::; >.. ,x: /",',:;' :,,?: 'k", ,,&! .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne wrnnurs ,, DIAIIOftD" $: '." CaOtBHMSS GHFT WWkP "; ," : ; "' Mill ,. ,,.' '; ;' t ; 15Wel'e
of 79 SAHPIEI HI, ,, 881 1$ POlL ',; j 25% -$< FT., r' ; 't. ,', >'; ".. v
McCarthy Keystone Heights wasa 13 =. ,( :3" i ., ,
recent winner in the Little Miss !!:. MB. ..;...: .. .t..., 1.99 12- I 25' BOLL '; 'l1; ,:: jtr w _i ; .. !or clear." ,., ". 12I.
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America Beauty Pageant in the four ; ':' ,'. ',;' OFF Of NWS, 1.::,<, 3; *vTfa '. ';'" ':- "I.It. '(,\... i
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and old
a half year age group. ""u.

She received a crown, trophy, ban- I v.+ ,...W... ...._..,._.,.?,..?.. .,,.,,, ,
ner flowers and half of her fees paidto
the state finals set in Plant City in
July. Angela also received a trophy
for Best Photogenic.In .
the past three years, Angela has
competed in numerous pageants,
both at the city and county levels.
She was recently chosen as one of
the princesses of the court in the
Beauties of Alachua County held at
the Oaks Mall in Gainesville.
Little Miss McCarthy is the grand- .
daughter of Harvey and Dot McCar- .
thy, Mack and Anne Jones and the '
great-granddaughter of Mrs. Maude TOWt
Mott, all of Starke. M la 50"' W-SQ, ;
She is a student at Faith Christian 2S-UGNT (3 M-UGHT <7winmo '
Academy in Melrose. RNltT1 "" ,' 20-USMTIB) J ;SOkHD 'aia
The family appreciates the sup- UGHTsrrBei.7.83
port of Angela's many sponsors of -
both Keytone Heights and Starke, +:Na+:=
who have made it possible for her to
enter these contests.

Pageant Winners 72 jr- I

Recieve Awards ; j IJ,7&wI, ,

Michelle Howard, age 14, daughterof IA I
Mr and Mrs. Mike Howard competed ,
/'MissRegal U.S.A." on : ,
Nov. 2 and won the title of "Miss 1F
Teen Regal USA 1986". 'fiSTiMNIri !
Michelle graduated from the Bar- ,
bizon School of Modeling in Jackson-

ville in Sept. 1985. She has competedin .;,'{,,I ''n." Gl.ASSf ', it
several pageants and won 6 titles 1 VWII CHOCS sa, .,, I
and trophies. She also won the $200 970lMlKm ,:rih 2'97'"'i so' S-PW {

entry Panama fee go to the state finals in "i! '; 7' ;: i __S" i M tea.* MWGARUWO 1.99 Z$c''a.' 681. ? 4le l- p ,

She attended BUS and is spon- T r'

sored Hurst EXXon Service of -- r r w rxr r.. if t .

Misti Howard, age 10, also the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Howard competed in "Miss Alachua
Princess" in the Queen's Court.
Misti also competed in "Miss fa
Regal USA" in Palatka on Nov. 2 1
and won the title of Jr. Miss Regal I
USA 1986. She also won $200 to go to
the State finals in Panama City.
Misti attends Southside Elementary
School and is also sponsored by .1
Hurst Exxon.
Both girls are granddaughters of
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Howard.Sr. and F II


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Blanding Retirees

Hold Breakfast

Retirees of the maintenance shopof
Camp Blanding held a Breakfast
Monday morning in the banquet
room of the Chicken Factory with 15
men attending.
The banquet room was gayly
decorated in the Christmas theme. 1
The group voted to make the e t "d Bti 9'Iwus
Breakfast a monthly affair.

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Hosts Christmas DinnerThe 1.19 Ramey. 2.99 _SNOWMEN y.-oz. or SAn POPS %-oz. Reg. S.99 WttJlOILR 499WHISTtE
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St. Edward's Altar Society
hosted a buffet dinner for membersand
guests Sunday night Dec. 8, in
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the parish hall. ;/i"Q't.J "
Mrs. Elois Jones, president J.ii"I"
greeted guests. Father Joseph \
Finlay,pastor,welcomed guests and .
led grace before dinner. ,I. 10.t'
Dinner tables were covered with ,-- ./
red cloths and held red candle >-
wreath decorations. The refresh- I "
ment tables were covered with white
lace cloths and decorated with

poinsettias, rocking horses and II I.--
other Christmas ornaments. -
Father. Ernest Brunelle, a Missionary r
Gainesville Priest now residing in POPS 2-OZ. s COFfEEMAAER #US001Imtl 1 r 00 YI" I 100' 1.49 Reg. 1.99 1 .99 PEPPERMINTI NTEI
was a special guest. i ?
8 S Reg. 1.99 lad! t 9 # customer .
II 59' ucst
Prizes were won' by Wilmajean ,. 1 retata I per .. .. Reg. 2.99
Terry, Lena Dougherty, Richard
Coss, Murial Gilhooly, Peggy I
Shaller Dale Mollerup, and Bill
Oeschger.Mrs. Have your ,._ t & Honeyftktrll -
Zita Shuford and Mrs.
Dorothy Rife served as hostesses.Mr. with Eckerd and American Greetings!
and Mrs. Randy Scogg ins provided

I taped music throughout the EVER Come in to Eckerd and win Saves Yo Bo h
evening. cars diamonds, tvs and more In the II
li AMERICAN GREETINGS Best Christmas Ever Sweepstakes.

WILLIAMS JEWELRY N The may American be a winner Greetings! Christmas Card you send or receive Need more time to shop? Eckerd has it. December 15 December 23, our regular store

Storewlda Christmas Over 1,200 winners In all. See the American Greetings' display at your Eckerd Drug store for details. hours will be extended by 1 hour on Monday Saturday and 2 hours on Sunday. With Eckerd's
Salt, low holiday prices, this will be time well-spent.
i Bradford Sq-Open Sun.
Until Christmas

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December 12, 1985 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

You KnowMr. r

Mr and Mrs. Tony Brantley and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones of
and Mrs. Michael J. Whitneyof daughter of Black Mountain, N.C., son, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green, Mr. Raiford had as Thanksgiving day Mrs. Mack Williams and Mrs. Ann Mrs. Gilbert Brown, Mrs. George
Americus, Ga., Palmer Brown of Jake Green of Lithia.Fl. and Mrs. and Mrs. Raley Sweat, Ms. Lisa guests: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and Godwin spent Saturday and Sunday Brown, Mrs. Henry Williams and
Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mary Brown of Graceland spent the Morgan and son and Johnny Sweat, her sister, Edna Wilbanks and Mr. with Mr.and Mrs. Richard Williams Mrs. Herbert Thomas attended the
W. Palmer,Jr. and sons, Walker and week of Nov. 17 at the home of Mr. all of Starke and Mrs. Martha Futch and Mrs. Phil Jones and family of in Valdosta, Ga. and attended the Organization luncheon of the Samuel
Hague of Jacksonville were Satur- and Mrs. Willie E. Green where they and daughter and Miss Christina Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones of Nutcracker performance in which Elbert chapter, Daughters of the
day guests of their parents, Mr. and had a pre-Thanksgiving dinner for Brantley of Lawtey spent the Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar their granddaughter and niece, American Revolution on Wednes-
Mrs. Frank Palmer, Sr., at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. Green's children and Thanksgiving weekend at Panama Wilbanks and daughter, Julie, Mr. Micayle Williams took part. day, Dec. 4 which was held at the
Lake and attended the birthday din- their families. City Beach. and Mrs. Mike Wilbanks and Woman's Club of Keystone Heights.
ner for Mr. Palmer, Sr. aaughter, Elizabeth of CalhounGa., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker and
Dr. Leonard Schlofman attended WILLIAMS JEWELRY Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilbrfnks and daughter of Miami and son, Scott of WILLIAMS JEWELRY
Mrs. Gloria King and Mr.and Mrs. the 40th annual School Board Storewide ChristmasSale children of Douglasville, Ga., Mr. Tallahassee spent Thanksgiving Storewlda ChristmasSale
It. C. Buford visited Mike King in Association meeting on Dec. 5-7 in and Mrs. Clyde Wilbanks and week with Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave
Orlando.Mr. Bradford Jonathan and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edna Wells.
Leesburg on Sunday. Si-Open| Sun. Randy Bradford Sq.--Open Sun.
Until ChristmasMrs. Wilbanks and family of Jacksonville Until ChristmasMr.
and Mrs. J. T. Lawson were Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gillinghamand
WILLIAMS JEWELRY Sunday daughter, Kathy of Starke. Mrs.
overnight of Mrs.
Storewide ChristmasSale Marie Siemer in High guests and Janet Turner spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Guy Sale of Kingsley Lake and Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert Green and
attended the Senior Adult musical at to Monday of last week with her son spent Thursday, Dec. 5, in Palatka Bea Gillingham of Jacksonvillewere Mrs. J. H. Fields have had as
Bradford Sq.-Open Sun. the First Baptist Church Sunday and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. visiting her brother, Bill Haile and last Friday overnight guests of visitors Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Until Christmas evening. Brant Turner in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Haile and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miss Jean Mundy and attended the Fritsch of Guilford, Ind. Tuesday of
Nichols BHS game. last week Mrs. Emma Tanner of
.I Baldwin on Thursday and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Fields of Jacksonville
on Sunday.Mr. .

\ '. and Mrs. M. A. Payne returned -
Ii last week after a weeks visit with
relatives in Findley, Ohio. Mr.
Fletrl prqus Payne's brother, Paul Payne died in
I a industrial accident the previous
-- week while the Paynes were in
r wM Hawaii.
G IAA f fI ,

t Kathrlne O'Hearn,

/LJ4II .;" Robert ShannonIII'"

I.. To Wed Dec. 21
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Mrs. E. O'Hearn of Colum-
s'' Roy
I AAAJ h 1
.' bus, Ga. announces the engagementof
Zo her daughter, Kathrine Lane, to
,'. I:.: Robert James Shannon.III of Colum-
VFPPERMINTPA.TnS ..... bus, Ga. formerly of Starke, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert James Shan-
1.19 6.{-OL Oar I MI. 8 50 STOCKING 1 CO COLOGNE FRAGRANCES 2.110ER'GIiElr BATTERIES 1 9 0 A ft CREEN or SILVER The bride-elect is a student at
U-oz. a STUFFER 1-02. *//1V.-02. 9 TYPES 14'OZ.EpD2 MAT: q OL Shaw Heigh in Columbus, Ga. and is
leg. 2.50 each 4-PK. Rig. 3.69 I MINT?' 16-01 employed by Quincys Steak House.
.... Mr. Shannon is a 1981 graduate of
f School and is
-- -- i i Bradford High
bus.The employed by Winn-Dixie in Colum

wedding will take place Satur-
s day, Dec. 21, at 6
I A y taw; Baptist Church of Columbus, Ga.
"t All friends and relatives are invited
I i ii im to attend.

i IFNFLEU St. Edward's News

Advent Penance ServiceOn
.. .
Thursday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. an
Advent Penetential Service will be

2.75 lES FLED' 2.39 s- 8.99 7.99YOUR held St. Edward's Catholic

Visiting priests will join the
CHOICE Situ BMCERGIFT 5 WilD IUSII GIft SET con MUSK FOR MEN pastor, Father Joseph Finlay, in ad-
EN FLEUR COLOGNE i 6 CL 1,5.OZ. & OUSTING SPRAY 1502. & AFTERSHAVE Reconciliation. Practicing and non-
SPRAY,.0.53-02.. ;,19' ,!OWOER,4-a%., 2-02 Reg. 9.SO practicing Catholics are invited to
'rte participate in preparation for a
peaceful Christmas and New Year.
=-=- Altar Society Plans VOA Party
President Elois Jones presided at
the meeting of St. Edward's Altar
Society held Tuesday night, Dec. 3,
in the parish hall.
Altar Chairman Mary Gissy gave
j special altar plans for Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dazinski have
i altar care for December.
Members present signed. cons .
1 gratulatory card to be sent to Mr.
I and Mrs. John Weimer, former
1I parishioners who now live in
Maryland. Their baby girl, Sara
'. Elizabeth, was born on Nov. 25.
I .J Sallye Scoggins announced plansfor
k{,; 1-
6 47IARBISLuMBn. "!' {: (|(| I MAIKE iLNOT 4.9fl MUSK COLOGNE Party.
:fipyr GOLD PLATED e 4-02. Reg. 6.00 Plans were made for a Christmas
SET 7.99 uta. HAIL FILE Refl. 4.95. i ReR BSO tD 9.95
Reg. -."-' --"-' "-.. HL _. Party to be held on Dec. 13 for
/ --- residents of the Volunteers of
America Home.Following .
F.wtAr"u 1 { a the meeting Mrs. Melita
J Reddish honored with
was a baby
,;;;( -.-..". .r(01" r\\ shower. A variety of refreshmentswere
j served during the social hour.
Altar Society Members
Attend Gainesville Luncheon
The Diocesan Council of Catholic
Women sponsored a Fashion Show
I and Luncheon at Holy Faith Parishin
Gainesville on Wed., Dec. 4.
Participants in the program entitl-
I ed Fashions for People
Special Special
) came from Sunland Training
Center, Holy Faith and St. Patrick's
POTPOURRI 1-02. or BATH SALTS ; s TYPES MEN'S or LADIES' I Limit 1 rebate per I #VP-FS-24 24 rollers. #1010/1011 Cathedral Parish in St. Augustine.
lO.DL" -GLASS DECANTERS ., Reg. 6.00 each_j L Selection, may vary. item per customerMAXELL Limit 1 rebate per customer Limit, 1 rebate per customeMAXELL 'I The by fashions the J.C.modeled Penney were Store.furnished

u Father Flannan Walsh, Pastor of
': mM'' Holy Faith Church, and Father
r i iI. Roland Julien, St Patrick's Pastor,
assisted with the program.
1U I Following the Fashion Show the
( luncheon provided by ladies of par
I 11'J ticipating parishes was served.
", .,. Representing St. Edward's parishat
the the Altar Society
I program were
I d president Elois Jones, V.P. Betty
1.TS i I II 't ; 'IIIIIIII( : I Dazinski,Treasurer Sophie Kimutis,
\ ",' along with Carol Ashline, AntoinetteCoss
Josephine Cumber, Pauline

.; ,, ..... t Rehberg, Mary Humphries, Pauline
-- -
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#HB-1900 4.. ? ?ICHICXLET MATCHES 2 U I J #510.."., a4 90-MIN, AUDIO TAPE SHOWER MASSAGE 5-PK. or S'/V MO-1 I 1 1 I Richards, and Dolores Meng.
Limit 1 rebate per customer. Reg. 6.99 l. 2-PACK ........_ 5.97 #SM-2 FLOPPY DISK 10-PK. Dazinski Door prizes, Ruth were Meng won, by Pauline Betty

.. : -, -. ... ., __ a Rehberg, Josephine Gumber and
I I Pauline Oeschger.
R y "M k'e i'V

!I PFC Parks

I Gets Promotion

PFCTony L. Parks has been promoted
to SPEC 4 in the U.S.Army.He .
has been on duty in Mannheim,
Germany since Jan. of this year. He
I is with a tank company in the 5-68th
I' Armor division. He is a Medical
Specialist and received training at
Fort Sams, San Antonio, Texas. '
GOLD MEDALCRIPPERS or GAS FRIENDS t TURTLE > 'i .+ Reg. 3.99 RADIO VEHICLE Houston and stepson of Willie N.
BLASTERS CAR 2.97 Reg. 5.49 each C'v Reg. 8.99 each l' ;'1\ Transformable 'Reg. 14.99 RROBaT12CA99a Houston of Lawtey. His maternal
Mr. and Mrs.
Reg. 1.49 mil w .- Selection may vary. ., jewelry '___u, -:.. Leroy grandparents Collins are and his paternal
I grandmother is Mrs. Margaret
Aaron, all of Starke.
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kerd saves timeSale prices good thru ::
m;.. you ., December 21st. w a Sgt. E.Montgomery

ftr See tin the Edwrt yellow pages Make sure your prints are as bright. Stationed In N.C.

Need a prescription refilled? Call ahead, we'll have it ready when rtMnt tlM nearest.right too.Nt Take your film to Eckerd for quality processing r r \I Marine Sgt. Elaine Montgomery
whose husband, Willis, is the son ofjj
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!P i Using the staunch Big Red defense "When you've got a crowd like made defensive tackle Greg Jackson -
and sound kicking game,and using 9 that behind you, it really helps" sacked QB Savage on an ensuring
1 strong rush to disrupt the Cougar said one BHS gridder.PlaybyPlay pass attempt. The BHS put a hard
1 punting game, Bradford gridder rush on the ensuing punt attempt,
won the semi-final contest over God' ... and Jackson tackled the punter who '.
I d II by High 1&-6 on a stomp down cold BUS won the pre-game coin toss ,tried to run left end. It set BHS up in "e j
''I night in Tallahassee last Friday, and gave Godby the football. But the good field position,the BHS 45.
,I II Dec. 8.,1'hings. BHS captains, running back Clinton e _
went about like veteran Jenkins and linebacker Lonnie 'We Oughta Score'...
Coach David Hurse planned 69 Hamilton,were careful to retain the Coach David Hurse called RB :
Bradford High led all the way in earning option to receive the second half Jenkins' number on the first play : { ,
a chance to play for the state kick-off. from scrimmage at the Tornado 45. : dj :
Class 3A football crown this weeK Godby came out with a mixed running Jenkins got nothing but Coach Hurse P ,
against Bartow. and throwing attack. The noted the Cougar defense up close to
Almost before you could say"Tor- Cougars had little success runningbut the line of scrimmage.So ,',
nado touchdown," BHS was on the highly touted Godby quarter on second down the speedy An-
Scoreboard 6-0 early in the first back Chris Savage hit on two high dy Jones, playing wideout went
period, Clinton Jenkins' four yard lofty passes of 15 and 25 yards, deep down the middle of the field. 1 I ;tiJ
touchdown run set up by a 51-yard thrown over the heads of the BHS QB Frank Long lofted a long pass. Us,,uYMr+ M o+f k"
pass from QB Frank Long to speedy defenders and the ball coming down which Jones had to slow down to r
wide receiver Andy Jones on the right at the sideline. The Godby catch with a Cougar defender right
first possession. 'drive was stopped after 41 yards with him.
Jones' ensuing kick-off put Godby when QB Savage mishandled a snap "We. oughta score, we oughta
in a hole from which the defense from center for a four yard loss.for: score..,'" yelled Coach Hurse as QB
wouldn't let the Cougars out, and a
short Godby punt set BHS up again y' J a .i..i.V .i.yr
late in the first period at the Cougar
34. Mixing running by fullback ,+ rr;
Aaron Matthews and the BHS passIng l J
BHS drove the 34 yards in nine t f
plays against the highly touted God-
by defense,the score coming on a 12
yard pass zipped up the middle by
QBFrank Long to wideout Patrick
Diggs. BHS was up 13-0 with one second -
Godby Stopper... Pholok Morkfrl.dll
remaining in the first period.
BHS clinched the win with a BUS defensive end Ron'Brown(83) played the bigby' offense repeatedly with big plays like this interccp-
24-yard field goal by David Hamilton gest game of his career Friday i night! ,stopping the God- tlon return that stifled the host team's final drive.
early in the fourth period in a defensive -
second half. The chance came Long lofted the 51-yard bomb. But and Morris Turral,who didn't makeit Three consecutive Godby passes
when Cougar Morris Turral misseda Jones was wrapped up at the Cougarfour to the 20 yard line, downed the went incomplete and Savage punted
fair catch on a BHS punt,and BHS pF yard line. football and Godby brought it to the 22 yards. Wendall Shanks made a
inside linebacker Ron Brown pounced On first down,RB Jenkins went up 20. fair catch at the Cougar 42 yard line.
on the loose football at the Godby the middle, right into the face of the Fullback Aaron Matthews ran left
10 yard line. That put BHS up 16-6 strong Cougar linebackers for the aradrordHlgli 13 0 t t r -14Til end for nine yards and QB Long
meaning Godby could not win the touchdown.Jenkins drug one tackler .ttodby. I' t t I 4MJ threw to wideout Pat Diggs for a
game with one touchdown and a two- across the goal. David Hamilton'sextra first down,but the play was nullified
point conversion. point attempt was about Plrat. Downs 10 ii by an illegal procedure penalty.
"Defense!" yelled a vociferous 18-inches wide to the left. The cold aubingYords 14-141 JtliPuling BHS had to punt, the first of
Bradford crowd, some 1,500 strong. probably played a role in that kick Yard 114 |jf several extremely high, but short
and which really got into the game M which came early in the game. BHS PA-rc-Ps tft-t 2M-- punts from deep in Godby territory,
when BHS had to hold the tough led 6-0 with 7:38 remaining in the Punts "21.1 IJl.iPumblnlort this one from the 38. Turral caught
Cougars. "One more time," the q..2UflW1111 first period. n .jPmiltltiyardi this put at his 14,BHS held,and God
crowd chanted when the defense ts 1-10 by QB Savage punted 21 yards which
went out apin.'The effort of their Field Position... Scoring fummoryiMS the short back, David Hamilton,
-Long.4-yard run.BPi kick fallad.
Tornado gridders, who have proven TD Catch... Andy Jones kicked off into the end- 5146. Dlggi. 11.yard pan from O* Prank made a fair catch of at the Cougar
themselves the best BHS,football BUS Hanker Patrick'Dlggs hauls In a touchdown pass from quarter. zone, but Godby was penalized for Lang..Pi Hamilton kick.Oodby 34.
team in the past 20 years, had the back Frank Long as BUS took an early lead. being off sides. Jones' second kick, -M.Tunas tall**.
crowd on its feet and yelling. from the 45, went into the endzone ,"MI-' Hamilton 14-yard.llald..... Sec Page! /A

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Douglas Battery Marty Gotts Dr. Peter Lianas .

Chatain'sJewelry & Gift Gallery Davis., Monk.., Farnsworth & Company

Hurst Exxon -' Carl Hurst Florida Twin Theatre & 301 Drive-In .

Patrick Welch and Associates : : W. W. Woodchipping,' Inc:, ) '.;': ..' .{;.

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The Route To Bartow

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The following U one a suggestedroute Highway 60. Exit onto 60 and go
to Bartow and stadium. The west/right on 60. rZ !
distance from Starke to Bartow'is Near Bartow city limits take +iililj } t
156 miles, driving time is about 3V4 "Business District 60"to Broadway
hours. Street. Turn left on Broadway and ,
Take US-301 south, just north of continue south to stadium, a few
Ocala and turn right on C-326 to 1-75, blocks. ? t #
and 1-73 and head south. 4 '
Continue f r t.F h'
south on 1-75 and exit on the Sun- If lost
you get holler,
shine Parkway (toward Orlando). "Tornadoes"." we'll come to your
Continue on the Parkway to "
rescue, says Bradford Sheriff t.p
Highway 27 near Howey-in-the-Hills. Dolph Reddish, who got the direc / .
Exit US-27,continue '- r
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I BBS Defeats Godby 1662nd


BUS TD Drive... was up 13-0 over a tough Godby team F f St 4)Jr +
with one second left on the first .d
The second BUS touchdown took a
little quarter clock.
longer.Fullback i
"It supposed to be a pass to the
Aaron Matthews
ran fullback but he wasn't I looked
three times right at the of open.
strength over to Pat,and there he was,"Long .
the Godby defense, the BHS line, said. 4 x awkAW p q. 4
which calls itself the Pest Control, l k
opening the holes.Matthews ran for Cougars Fight Back...
9,1,and 2 yards and a first down at
the Cougar 22. Cougar freshman Eric Turral, the
Then QB Long threw to FB Mat- younger brother of running back
thews in the right flat over the headof Morris Turral and a speed merchant
linebacker Turral ,returned the Tornado kickoffto
ands Godby Matthews ran to the Godby 14 the 23 where he was tackled by ..._.... ..-_.. "'.-J-- ,.,,,, ..-...." ry.-.m'u1r.-; ."'.'............:"".... --1 .. .... ..., .. .n. .. "
yard line QB Long stood in the BHS's Clinton Jenkins.
.pocket with Godby rushers comingon And, on first down, QB Savage! Pass Action... Photo By MorfcFrlvdlln

and calmly fired the football. who threw 7 passes 29 times finally and connected completeonly on BUS fullback Aaron Matthews makes a good gain for the BUS offense in The ball Is visible In the upper left portion of the picture. I
QB Long missed tight end Mike one of his long bombs to wide this action sequence as he turns to catch this pass from quarterback In the shot at right, Matthews has made the catch and turns upfield
Chappel up the middle, and it was Frank Long.
eluding defenders
Godby with fine
receiver some
Donald Farmer. Suddenly, moves.
third down with two yards to go for a
first. Godby, known as a big play team, Savage missed on two passes,one in Two consecutive penalties, for another speed merchant. ting a pass from being thrown, and
Fullback Matthews got one yard, had a first down at the BHS 31. the endzone and the second delaying the game and clipping, Then Wilson got 6 and 8 yards on ending the Cougar threat.
slating off left tackle. Then FB Clin- Tornado Chris Cribbs threw QB misthrown under a hard rush from stalled the ensuing BHS possession, the off tackle play for a first down at After the 12 yard loss from
ton Jenkens went up the middle,was Savage for a two yard loss, back to Tornado Greg Jackson. But on the and Morris Turrall made a fair the BHS 32. But there the BHS Jackson's sack,BHS took over on its
hit at the line,and barely,just barely the 33, and three straight passes third try a Savage pass to the right catch of the BHS punt at his 12 yard defense stiffened, and linebackerRon 47 yard line and used three running
got the needed yard to a first were incomplete. On fourth and 13, flat was perfectly thrown to wide line. Brown and defensive end Greg plays in the final 1:34: of the first
down at the Cougar 12. QB Savage overthrew tight end receiver John Spell who caught the "BUS Defense Holds... Jackson stopped Wilson for a short .
On first down QB Long missed Jerome Martin down the left ball going full speed out of bounds at two yards.
Matthews,his throw hurried under a sideline, but BHS defender Wendall the BHS three yard line. Storming back, the Cougars successfully Digging Out...
Shanks got into Martin's path and QB less than used running back Cecil Penalized five yards for illegal
rush by Cougar linebacker Shawn Savage got a yard up Tornado kick-off receivers Frank
Yoakam. On second down QB Long was called for pass interference.That the middle of the BHS defense But Williams on an off-tackle trap play procedure, QB Savage went to the Long and Wendell Shanks ran
gave Godby a first down at the that gained yardage through the air on second and 13.Defensive back
back Morris Turral,
stood in and looked around, finally running stoppedup together and Jones'knee hit the dirt
BHS 19.Cougar BHS defense Wendell Shanks stuck with end
the first half. RB tight
the middle, slanted off
throwing up the middle to wideout right at the five yard line as BHS receivedto
Pat Diggs, who had curled into the running back Willie Wat- tackle and powered his way in for Williams ran for 18 and 11 yards, Jerome Martin preventing a recep- open the second half.
Turral four before tion down the sideline. Then
middle from outside, for the son got four yards,to the Tornado 15, the touchdown. Big Martin missed got yards Greg Cougar Using a sound kicking game and
Jackson him, and Greg Jackson hard rush
touchdown. Hamilton successfully where defensive tackle Chris the extra point It was BHS 13, God- stopped QB put a QB their running attack, the TornadoesSee
threw into the left Savage. On fourth down Jackson
by 6 with 9-03: in the se- Savage nine yard
converted this extra point and BHS Dougherty made the remaining
stop. QB cond period. flat to wideout Charles Wilson, stormed in to sack Savage, preven- Page: 12A

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You Will Be The Fla. State ChampsFriday

Night's game with Bartow will be your best yet. We congratulatethe

team and coaches on the fine sportsmanship shown throughout this

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BHS To Battle Bartow from page 1A) .

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The BHS defense, however, must Clewiston led 6-3 until the final Good Blocker... and Patterson gets good drops protection back into from a pocket-the Phon.K41915Bookmobile Clark presented the following pupils

control the football Coach Hurse four minutes, Clyatt says. Then Bar- All across the Bradford High big offensive line. with perfect attendance certificatesfor

points out. The back which must be tow, who has been to the play-offs scouting report is the tag "good Starting fullback is Greg Mizzelle, The Bradford County Bookmobile the second six weeks grading

contained is junior Ron Bell, number several times before, knew what it blocker under the Bartow offensive no. 32, 5-10, 175, 12, who blocks for serves the Hampton area every period.KINDERGARTEN.
I 42, 5-11, 175, described on the BHS had to do and mounted a scoring linemen. Center Lee White, no. SO, is tailbackk Bell.Favorite Tuesday from 12:30: until 2:30 at the : Teddy
I as a strong powerful drive. Even so, it took a first down Demaree, Vicki Hutto, Karrie Lee
scouting report 6-0, 190, 10. The guards are Miahael pass plays are to tight Post Office parking lot. GRADE 1:
and Patterson.
runner. by penalty against Clewiston to 63 6-0 215, 12, and Chris end James Thurman Troy
McCoy, no. no. 13 the
I football at the drive alive. Bartow scored Parade Scheduled Alicia Baker, Edward Baker, Hope
Bartow runs the right keep 67 5-11 210 12. The receiver.
Floyd, no. favorite But QB Patterson
isolation first field goal. Clewiston went The Hampton Christmas Parade Archey Cae Bedwell, Jaclyn Crews,
opponents, using maily on a Haywood no. 70 ,
tackles are Haynes, also throws to set back Fred Stroud
plays and running off tackle. up 6-3 by returning the ensuing Bar- and Hall 76 will be held on Sat., Dec 21 at 3 p.m. Louann Hill, Steve Innocent, Amy
6-3,280,12, Spence no. no. 25, 5-11, 160, 12, and to tailback For and Randee Varnum..
tow kick-off entering floats contact Taylor .
96 yards for a 6-0, 190 12. The two tight ends are Bell out of the backfield please
The Clewiston Game.. touchdown. Bruce Barnes, no. 89,5-7,155,11, and the clerk's office or Bobbie Sheppard -

Bartow beat Clewiston 10-6 in the Must Contain Bell... James Thurman, no. 6117510.. Bartow Defense... at 4681199. Santa is expected to GRADE 2: Charles Crawford David
be on hand for the parade. James Dube, Troyis Dube,
semi-final game in south-Florida. The two gaurds, McCoy and
The Yellow Jacket tailback must The five down linemen in Bartow's
Clewiston had chances to win the be contained.Ron Floyd, are tabbed the two best Bar- "50" defense are middle guard Todd Sympathy Gatlin Tori Hersey Shana, Jenny Morris Johnson ApriiScoggins

game, and probably should have Bell gained 250 yards in the tow offensive linemen. Widner, no. 50, 5-&, 160, 10. The Sympathy is extended to the family Ian Marney and, Alex Stephens.,

won. But mistakes took them out, district championship game with The quarterback, Andrew Patterson tackles are Andre Bonner, no. 73, and friends of Stanley Thomas

points out BHS Coach Lanier Clyatt, Titusville-Astronaut which Bartowwon no. 11, is right-handed, a good 6-0), 160, 10, and Reggie Mathes, no. who died in Oswego, N.Y. last week.
y who scouted that game. Clewiston 277. Bartow controlled the foot medium to short passer. Bartow will 22, 6-0, 190, 12. The ends are Nate Mr. Thomas was a former residentof GRADE 3: Christina Broome,

I has three passes intercepted deep in ball against Titusville, points out pass when it has too, and does it Berrian, no. 35, 5-10, 182, 11, and Hampton and had many friends in Wayne Crawford, Tim Crews, Julie

Bartow territory. Coach Hurse. pretty well says Coach Hurse. QB Eugene Johnson, no. 80, 6-3, 160. the area. .' Collins, Jennifer Darley, C.K Me-Fu-
qua, Sonya Hodges, Tracey
BirthdaysDec. Cullough, Nicki Nutter, Laurel San-

Public NoticesNOTICE 1-Phyllis McClure ; ford and Renee Labuen. GRADE 4:
I' 3-Christopher Beckers; 4-Clayton Shawna Buckallew, Eric Don-

Archey, Jennifer Phifer, Carlton nerstag, Frank Koser, Jason

Meng and Lawrence Meng' Padgett, Jason Pons, Cecil Stanley
APPLICATIONFOR 325 Lake Street Parcel 3271-00000 In Room of Stark City Hall ThompsonStreet 6-Audrey Brown, Allen Rhoden and Shalene Stephens, Kim Wilson and

REZONING OF AND AMENDMENTOF Section 28 Township 6 South Rang 22 Stark., Florida on Thursday I Lawtey School News |I Mary Wood; 7-Becky Watson and Stacey Young. GRADE 5: Tina

THE LAND USE PLAN East for Personal services with living December 26 1985. Steven Earnest; 8-Sharon Godwin; Buckallew, Gene Birt, Kelly Cribbs,

area above, Karat. School. Christmas Store OpensThe 9--Kristopher Hinson; 10--Deey Angelina Crews, Della Dube, Marion

An ORDINANCE amending the Comprehensive At this time, all persons will be heard Annual Christmas Store will McClellan, Kim Smith and Sandra Gatlin, Della Koser, Lucinda Morris
and You are further given NOTICE that a concerning this application a* specifiedIn Aviles Griffis David Smith Sarah Underwood,
Land Us. Plan Element Is be open Monday, Dec. 16 through ; 11-Joseph Cynthis ,
Map by City of Stark., Florida In accordance copy available of said for proposed Inspection ORDINANCE at the office the zoning code of the city of Starke.L. Friday, Dec. 20 at Lawtey Elemen Casner and Kirk Williams; 12-Beth Jeremy Winterberg and Johnathan
with the local Government Comprehensive your and Planning M. Gaines tary. Kennan, Billy Kyle and Macey Woodard. GRADE 6 : Mark
of the Director Zoning
of 1975 Director, Stark Bd. of Adj. Rhoden Crawford Hall Scott Huntley
Planning Act as pro Bradford County Courthouse, The store will be open each morning ; 13-Raymond Williams and Joey ,
vided for In Chopt.r 163 of th. Florida Stark., rlcrlda! Itchg 12/12 from 7:30-noon: and the each Johnny Hernandez; 14.Hazel Lisa Jones, Gina Padgett, William

Statutes classroom will be allowed to visit by Thomas; 15-Wilma Clark. Price, David Roberts, Fletcher
TO: All citizens Taxpayers and other Interested Rodgers and Shailia Stephens.
appointment and students will individually
persons Each and every person having any Interest ZONING NOTICE
whatever In the enactment of this EDNA TRAINOR has mad application visit during free time as GRADE 7: Tiffany Clark, Wyatt Collins -

You and .ach of you or. and proposed ORDINANCE should appear for SPECIAL EXCEPTION-FOR 12 Churches approved by teachers. Hampton Elementary School Cindy Griffis, Carrie Manning,
herewith notice In accordancewith and be heard at the time and place While the store is not a big profit-
glv.n and other house of Worship to the Perfect AttendanceOn Henry Rhoden, Macey Rhoden,
Florida Statutes that the Board of prescribed. Board of maker, it is for the student's conve-
Bradford County Wed., Dec. 4, Principal Connie Donald Smith and Mary Wood.
City Commissioners of Stork.. Florida BOARD OF CITY property that I I. classified RSF-1 and nience and shopping experience, not
hove designated the Stark. Zoning and OF STARKE COMMISSIONERSBy described below: to mention being priced within the I

Planning Board to conduct a public hearing Director Stark.Zoning Off N.E. 13th St. 3 miles NE of StarkeIn children's means, with a wide selection -
held at 7:00: 12/12 of gifts in from
at a regular meeting Itchg ranging price
Section 26 Township 6 South Range
p.m. In th. City Commission meeting between $.25 to $5.00.Volunteer. Classified Ads
of Parcel 2797-00000
room of Stark. City Hall Stark. Florida 22 East out workers are still neededso Get Results HAINBOW
NE 13th and NE 15th approximately
on Thursday December 26 1985 and ZONING NOTICE if you can spare any time any
make a recommendation to the City of BEVERLY M. BRYAN has mad application 320'x 841'. morning next week, please call the TRADING COMPAKYrWH04.KAl.
Board of Adjustments
The Bradford County
Stark Commissioners and th. Board for SPECIAL EXCEPTION FOR 12. school.As .
.| TO THE WIUCilxx
will conilder on Tuesday January 7, Muffler 8 Tire Repair Service to the will conduct a public held hearing Tues has been done in the past, 7th : tedN x| to Pawnshop)
1966 at the said sam. place at 7:30: Stark. Board of on propertythat
day. grade students will be allowed to ''in;Rawson'* PlazSUtk'
Ordinance to :
an relating :
p.m. Is classified B-3 and described gift-wrap upon request. To help in
the Council Room of City Hall on Thompson
below: this endeavor donations of THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS;
Lunch Menus
The rezoning of the following described Street Starke, Florida.At wrapping
property and amending the Com this time, all person will be heard paper is urgently needed. This Dee 16-20 iButtfrfly KnlvM:;
and N.
prehengive Land Use Plan to provide At Brownie (Hwy. 16) TempleAve. enables our shoppers to go home '
that land currently zoned RIC and ((301 N) Parcel 3630-00000 In Section concerning this application as specifiedIn with gifts already wrapped and Bradford Elem. & Middle School
22 East the Zoning Codes of Bradford County Monday: Beef-a-roni, cheese stix, garden salad,
designated by the plan as Residential be 28, Township 6 South. Range ready for the tree.
L. M. Gaines peach crisp, hot rolls, milk.
rezoned to B-2 and designated Prof. The Starke Board of Adjustment will Come by the store next week and Tuesday Beef-vegetable soup spiced ham sand

Business, the property of HENRY conduct a public hearing at their regular Director do some shopping with us. (We have wich, fruit cup cookie, milk.
BELCHER described as follows: meeting held at 7:30: p,m., In the Council Itchg 1212IN great stocking-stuffers, too! ) Merry Wedneiday: Sloppy Joe on Bun, buttered com,
cabbage slaw fruit jello, milk. cFurcii
Christmas, one and all.waiver ROBO WAITCrJ
Thursday CHRISTMAS DINNER: Baked ham,
candied sweet potatoes green beans or broccoli *LCD W te
I Legal NoticesPUBLIC w/cheese sauce, ambrosia, Christmas Ice ;;diivnt I* ;;:'-. '
cream, hot rolls, milk.
Friday: Hot dog on bun baked beans, peaches,
NOTICE KATHERINE L. OLIVER his wife, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA requ..t described below or celery carrot stix, cookie, milk.
Defendants. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. otherwise as appropriate.
The Town of Brooker will hold an election IN THE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. The Interconnection Guidelines which Bradford High School

on February 18, 1986. the officesof NOTICE OF SALE FLORIDA describe In detail the proposed Implementation Monday: Hamburger on bun lettuce tomato
Candidates may qualify PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 Case No. 85.1932-CA plan of Seminole and the pickle trench fries,strawberry shortcake, milk.
Town Councilman Group I and GroupII FLORIDA STATUTES ((1981) Division C'FEDERAL cooperatives, a proposed standard offer Tuesday Beef-a-ronl,cheese stix, ,garden salad,
from December 30 1985 through apple crisp hot rolls, milk.
January 4, 1986 at Town Hall Brook.r.Florida. NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT Pursuant to a contract and avoided cost Informationare Wednesday: Sloppy Joe on Bun buttered corn, I,
regular business hour Final Judgment dated 27 November LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA available for review by Interested peaches, cookie, milk. ;ActuavF **:'
during ,1985, In Case Number 81-3O8-CA of the Plaintiff ,i. 1,Jpartiea at the offices of Seminole and Thursday: CHRISTMAS DINNER: Baked keen '
Linda Robinson 12/12 Circuit.Court of the Eighth Judicial I Circuit YI -,i : .Mrs. t'.'j Much i cooperative. Coples.will be sent)a candled' sweet potatoes, green beans or broccoliwcheese
E. A. HAYES a/k/a ELDRIDGE A. HAYES nude; 'bmbr In and for Bradford County Florida ,Interested persons upon request. Writ. hot milk. "'
In which KEVANIE CORPORATION and MARTHA D. HAYES his wife; ,fen comments on the proposed plan and cream Friday Cheeseburgers, trench fries, Cabbabe
d/b/a PAUL T. COLLINS COMPANY are the SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION request for documents mutt be submitted slaw, applesauce, milk.
ORDINANCE NO. 85- Plaintiffs and DEWEY G. OLIVER and an agency of the Government of the before January 6, 1986 to Mr.
An Ordinance of the City of Stork.entitled KATHERINE L. OLIVER his wife, ore the United State; William B. Miller at Seminole Electric A-la-Carte ,,
Fair Housing Ordinance and to Defendants I will sell to the highest and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA acting Cooperative, Inc., P.O.Box 272000 Tampa Monday Pizza, french fries, milkshakes, ham-

prohibit discrimination on the basis of best bidder for cash In the Lobby at the through the FARMERS HOME AD. Fla 33688. ((813)) 9630994. Copies of burgers.Tue.dayCheesebursers. pizza O.J., french
race, color ancestry national origin, East Door of the Bradford County Courthouse MINISTRATION. UNITED STATES written comments will be mad fries, comdogs.

religion, handicap, ..x. marital status, In Starke, Bradford County DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE; available to Interested parties Wednesday: French fries, pizza cheeseburgers
or age In housing: providing a common Florida at the hour of 1:00: P.M. on the GOLDKIST. INC.; Persons desiring to be heard at any of milkshakes
title; enunciating city policy relating to 20th day of December, A.D., 1985, the PENNZOII producing company; and the hearings should notify Mr. Miller at Thursday ; Hamburgers, french. fries, t '

this type of discrimination; defining the following-described property set forth In JABO ENTERPRISES INC.. d/b/a JOHND. the address or telephone number Indicated milkshakes Friday Corndogs, O.J.,,pizza 0 J., french fries, pizza. I'

term used; prescribing unlawful said Final Judgment and Order: CARVER JR., above. Procedural requirementsfor Each day student have a choice of a hot lunch i
discriminatory practices In connectionwith Defendants the hearings will be established based or salad bar or they may purchase alacarte.Murray's I
the sale, leasing' financing and COMMENCING AT the Northeast Corner In part on the number of persons
provision of brokerage services relatingto of the Northwest Quarter of the Nor NOTICE OF SALE desiring to be heard. Persons contactingMr. '

housing: providing certain esceptions; Quarter; and thence run West Notice I I. hereby given that pursuantto Miller will be notified of the procedure .
providing for the designation of administrator 293 & 1/3 yards for a Starting Point; the Final Judgment of Foreclosure to be followed.The .
; prescribing the ad thence run South 660 yards; thence run entered In the above-styled action on Interconnection Guidelines are LP Gas Service

ministrator's powers and duties; pro West 146 & 2/3 yards; thence run North November 21, 1985 I will sell to the expected to be finalized by February 28 Starke
viding for conciliation hearings and 660 yards; thence run East 146 A 2/3 highest and best bidder for cash at the 1986 and will be available to Interested Serving

agreements; prescribing penalties for yards to the Place-of-Beglnning; In Section Main door of the Office of the Clerk of parties thereafter at the offices of I Lawtey & Keystone
violations; providing for duties of administrator 1 Township 6 South Range 20 East. the Circuit Court Alachua County Courthouse Seminole and each cooperative. 282.7619 '
when probable cause of ALSO the Northeast Quarter of the In Gainesville, Alachua County DATES AND LOCATIONS OF HEARINGSThe

violation exists; providing action to betaken Northeast Quarter Except that portion Florida, at 11:00: A.M., Eastern Standard hearings will be at the places,
by administrator when conciliation lying North and West of New River, In Tim on the 19th day of December 1935 times and dates Indicated below.

of a violation fall or cannot be Section 2, Township 6 South Rang. 20 the following described property set Seminole representatives will be present NOTICETo

resolved; providing an Invalidity or unconstitutionality East.CONTAINING forth In the Final Judgment of at all hearings. Representativesfrom Whom It May Concern
clause; and providingan In the aggregate 58 Foreclosure: the coperotlves will be present at It has been said this and that.
effective date. acres, moreorless.LESS PARCEL NO. 1: All of the Northwest the hearing In their area, as Indicated One said they Olll Mae
Be It ordained by the City of Starke AND EXCEPT all existing road Quarter of Northeast Quarter (NW 1/4 below Anyone unable to attend the put((703 Florida
Florida. and rights-of-woy of NE 1/4), West of Branch and North of hearing In his area may attend any other away.
Street .
Itchg 12/12 Doted: 11/27/85 Highway and Northeast Quarter of Northwest hearing. She)had enough Insurance to ,Htl" |.,14 KIGott liiNli

GILBERT BROWN. Quarter (NER 1/4 of NW 1/4)) put her ownself away.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTBy North of Highway, Section 2, Township? JANUARY 14, 1986: Signed by William J. Lee
ADVERTISEMENT Beverly ParrishAs South Range 19 East. Lake Placid Florida -1:00p.m. to 3:00: Better known as W.J. Lee
VERIFICATIONFORM Deputy Clerk Less and Except: all existing roads and p.m.. Holiday Inn, 2165 U.S. 27 South 1V5 \2/19
12/52tchgl2/12 right of way. Said lands containing 55 (For the following cooperatives: Glades iced

This form documents that SUWANNEE acre, more or less, are located In Brad Electric Cooperative, Inc., Lee County
RIVER ECONOMIC COUNCIL INC., for ford County Florida. Electric Cooperative, Inc., and Peace

the Administration submitted NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO PARCEL NO. 2: Lot One ((1)), Two ((2)), River Electric Cooperative, Inc.).

documents for public knowledge of a REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Three ((3)), and Four ((4)) of Block Five ((5)), USDA Distribution Dates Set
Board Meeting to the Bradford County Section 865.09 Florida In Lynwood Park Subdivision at Alachua JANUARY 16. 1986: Commodity

Telegraph and that said Agency took Statute Pursuant, notice to I.I hereby given that theundersigned Florida according to Plat. These are Lake City Florida 1:00: p.m. to 3:00: Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc., announces the distribution of
appropriate action to Insure public HARRY AND MABEL recorded In Plat Book "B", Page 73 and p.m.. Holiday Inn. U.S. Highway 90 at USDA commodities. You qualify to receive commodities if you:
knowledge of the Meeting Notice lilted doing business also recorded In Plat Book "C", Page 79B |1.75 (For the following cooperatives: Receive Food Stam
below: GREEN joint owner of public records of Alachua County Clay Electric Cooperative Inc., of Decision
under the firm name of Required:
Rural Electric Membership
MEETING NOTICE Florida. Okefenokee
The Suwannee River Economic Council DATED this 21 day of November 19 5. Corporation Tolquln Electric
Streit Starke Florida 32091.1n.tendJ.JL Medicaid Card
Inc., Board of Directors will hold a A. CURTIS POWERS Cooperative, Inc., Trl-County Electric :
meeting on December 16."f'IIIs. 7:00 register sold fictitious name under the Clerk of Circuit Court Cooperative! Inc _and Suwonnee Valley OR Receive SSI
aforesaid Medicaid Card
at the Lake Butler Community statute.Dated By Charlene Thomas Required:
Center p.m. In Lake Butler, Florida. this 5th day of November A.D., Deputy Clerk .Electric Cooperative, Inc.) OR Meet the income guidelines below:

SPEC INC., Deslgnee 1985 in Bradford County.11/214tpd 12/12 12/5 2tchg 12/12 JANUARY 17, 1986:
Ocala Florida 9:00: a.m. to 11:00
Itchg 12/12 a.m.. Holiday Inn West 1.75 and State Beginning August 1, 1985

NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR -- Cooperative Inc., Sumter Electric 1 $ 6.825 I 569 $132
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TAX DEED and Withlocoochee 784 177
Cooperative Inc., 2 9.185
River Electric Cooperative, Inc.) 3 11,505 222
undersigned desiring to engage In or J.D. Odom Jr., the holder of the 13,845 1,154 267
business under the fictitious name of following certificates has1 filed, said certificates HEARINGS 4
FURTHER ; 5 18,183
NORMAN'S MARKET at 1103 South for a tax deed to be Issued .
Walnut Street In the city of Stark., thereon. The certificate numbers and Seminal Electric Cooperative Inc. 6 18,525 1,544 351 I
Florida Intends to register the said year of Issuance, the description of the ("Semlnole") and the eleven rural electric Any hearing not completed In one day 7 20,863 .739 402
time and to
name with the Clerk of the Identified below will be continued at a place 8 23,203 1,934 447
Circuit Courtof property and the names in which It was cooperatives (the .
Bradford be announced at the hearing. If a hearing additional member + $2,340 f 195 $45 I
County Florida. assessed are as follows: "cooperative) hereby give notice of .
Dated at Jacksonville. Florida this Certificate No. 97 Year of l..uanc.19S2 public *, Indicated below on Is cancelled or rescheduled their all person Commodities must be picked up only at the sites designated on the card.
Miller of InterestIn
2nd day of December 1985.J. Description of Property: 13227 COM their propose amended plan to Implement notifying Mr. You must present your current card to receive commodities. You or either of
will be notified mall
by or
L. NORMAN President AT NW COR OF.CALL & BAY STREETS their obligation under section 210 the hearing two designated alternates may pick up the commodities.

Norman' Market Inc. RUN N 216.55 ft. w H2'/ FT. FOR POB of the Public Utility Regulatory PoliciesAct telephone. Certification, recertification or replacement of a lost card will be done at

797 Blanding Boulevard RUN N 94.31 FT WLY 155.77 FT SLY 78 FT of 1978 (PURPA) and the related TO FERC FOR WAIVER the Outreach Center. None will be issued, however, during distribution. (Exception -

Orange Park Florida 32073 ELY 155 FT. TO POB SEC; 28 TOWNSHIP 6 rule of the Federal Energy Regulatory APPLICATION Seminole I I. applying on behalf of : outlying areas will be recertified during distribution due to distanced -

James V. Walker SOUTH RANGE 22. Commission (FERC). Section 210 was and the cooperatives, for a waiverof involved.)
Attorney for Applicant Name In which assessed:. William J. enacted to encourage production of Itself certain provisions of the Special Notes: special days are set aside for the exclusive distribution to

Wildt Quesoda t Walker, P.A. and Bobble L. Studstill. electric energy by qualifying Commissions rules whichIf granted the elderly and handicapped. If you have trouble standing, please bring a

2320 Independent Square All of said properly being In the County cogenrators and small power producers would result In all purchases from quali folding lawn chair so you can be more comfortable. I
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 of Bradford State of Florida. (QF). PURPA and the FERC' rule require facilities being mad by Seminole USDA's Emergency Food Assistance program is available to all eligible I

12/124tchg 1/2 Unless such certificate or certificatesshall electric utilities to purchase and lying and all soles to qualifying facilities being recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or handicap.
redeemed to law theproperty sell and capacity from and
fa according
energy to
mad by the cooperative More Information Distribution sites and dates are as follows:
-- -- described In such certificate or .. Purchase rate are to be based
on on the waiver request I I. provided TUESDAY Dec. 10, Hampton City Hall, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
IN THE certificate will be sold to the highest the "avoided costs" of the purchasing
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR bidder at the court house door on the 7th utility. |In the Guideline Person wishing to WEDNESDAY, Dec. 11, Brooker City Hall, 10 a.m-130p: .m.

BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA day of January. 1986. The amended Implementation plan to comment the on the waiver for request written1 l should and WEDNESDAY, Dec. 11, SPEEDVILLE : Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, 10
Civil DeportmentCase Dated this 13th day of November, be presented at the hearing will Include fallow a.m.-l:30p.m.:
No. 81.300-CA 1985. proposed purchase rate, safety and oral comment on the plan. THURSDAY, Dec. 12, STARKE. : Old RJE School Bldg.) 10:30: a.m.-4 p.m.

GILBERT S. BROWN Clerk operational standard for Interconnected 12/5 2tchg 12/12 (SPECIAL DAY)

KEVANIE CORPORATION d/b/a By Beu'ah! M. Moody operations, and other term FRIDAY, Dec. 13, Old RJE School Bldg., 9 a.m.-l:30: p.m.

PAUL T. COLLINS COMPANY, Clerk of Circuit Courtof under which purchases and sale will be MONDAY Dec. '16, LAWTEY, Recreation Center,' Middleburg Rd., 10

plaintiff Bradford County Florida mad. The proposed plan (Including the "Th* art of pUislng consists In a.m.-2:00 p.m.
vs 11/284tchg: 12/19 rates) may be modified based an public (being pte-Md." William Hazlftt Please bring a box or bag to put your commodities in. .

DEWEY G. OLIVER and comment. FERC' response to the

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Sanyo Sanyo Sanyo Tornadoes Have 1-2 Record

In Dash High Fidelity High Fidelity Oif to a slow start the BHS Lady BUS 41, Eastside- 54 SNS luring! L.".. Jwtklnl 2. (mri* Muifr '.
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CAR STEREO ped to 1 and 2 so far in the 1985 the Tornadoes traveled
season Lady Keystone 67. BHS 30
EQUALIZER season. to Gainesville Eastside and came
FTU-5 Part of the problem is tied to the away with a 41.54 loss to the Rams.A It was a repeat of last year with
EQ26210 50 Watts PA 6050 injury of the sole senior, Marla Red- poor showing at the charity line the Keystone Lady Indians going
dish, the leading scorer, says Coach 67-30 by the Tornado Ladies 67-30
not being to get the ball into
69.95 89.00All 149.00 John Reddish's Slater.leadership The team really and misses confidence the Eastside.hoop cost BHS dearly against Monday night, Dec. 9. at KHS.

on the floor, the coach says. They were able to make just 13 of The numbers tell the story, with
Reddish is hobbled by strained 32 free throws and hit 28-percent the Tornadoes hitting only 22 per-
ligaments in the same ankle injuredlast from the floor."Therein cent from the floor and a lowly 12
season. lies a big difference," percent at the charity line, making
With the varsity 2 of 15 free
only seven girls on says Coach Slater.Eastside's only throws.
200 Watt squad, the Tornadoes are hard
pressed to make-up the slack Daphnne Johnson "They pressed us a little bit and
BLANKCASSETTES 4-WAY SPEAKERS created by the absence of Reddish. pumped in 32 points,really turning it we couldn't handle it," said Slater.
on in the third and fourth quarters "Before we got settled down they
' 40 Oz. Magnetic Circuit BItS Wins Opener... said Slater. had pulled away from us."
the Height was a major factor, according -
In their season opener Lady
In Stock Two 4-way Speakers Tornadoes dominated the boards in to the coach, with the Rams The coach said their game plan in-
Tweeters Jacksonville at Episcopal High having several big girls. Also he said cluded getting Keystone's big gun,
Two $ 58-29 in the that BHS is still basically a young Shelia Tomlinson, into foul trouble
School taking a win
20 / 2 9 9 5 season opener. team that"made a lot of mistakes.: early. The problem was the other
0 Off Shooting 42-percent from the floor, "They really came out and got in girls took up the slack while she sat
BHS put its points on the board in a our face defensively," said Slater. out most of the second quarter on the
steady stream with 15 in the first The Tornado players didn't drive bench he indicated.
quarter and 19 in the fourth. around the Ram defenders as they
Episcopal could only manage six in should have the coach said. Tomlinson ended the night with 29
Got 5 Univac AM/FM/ Radio 1 0010 Off the first and 9 in the fourth. Sophomores Angel Spell and points for the Indians with Jeri
,High scorer was Felicia DaviaI""itb Felicia Davis have big :Jobs to do, Johnsen following at 14.
lCA""J; G AS 1"I E ... ANTENNAS All Other ( 24 points. Angel Spell had 11 with Slater expecting to get a lot out
f"ff. ?i points.Davis. of them. He said that Spell is a good Turn-overs were another point,
'CARRIERS" CAR RADIOS was also tops in reboundingwith outside shooter while Davis is a good with BHS losing the ball 15 times,
$5.98 12 followed by Janet Kennedy jumper. Center for the team is but they also caused quite a few
In Stock with 8 and Beverly Mosley also with Beverly Mosely. against the Indians said Slater. The
4.99 8. Tornadoes got enough shots and free
"Just one of those games that we have made it closer
throws to a
Improving making the team
Sanyo Stereo Radio just Slater.pulled ahead of them, said following cross country season. game, he stated, but couldn't put
Slater Jackson is points on the board.
says Kelley probably
The coach said that he thinks they
Double Cassette Player MWI are in a re-building year since they the best leaper on the team.
gave them a lot of trouble last year. He expects Jackson to pull down "They hustled and didn't quit,"
AM/FM some rebounds for the team this said the coach. "That's all you can
season. Playing underneath is Ann "
ask them to do.
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+} ot' n'ptlg'k a close game, the junior Tor-
4as nadoes almost came home with a
win, but couldn't quite pull it off,losing -
26-30 to Eastside in Gainesville.
% Hitting just 8 out of 22 free throwswas
their downfall according to
30 4d Coach John Slater. The BHS girls
hustled hard,he said,but only Cindy
PTr Parado and Kathy Davies have
p played basketball before.
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1 d Only One Step LeftNow

it's a big 12-0! Only one more step to the coveted goal of a Class :
3A state championship.We .
can smell the roses.It .
has been 20 years, going back to 1965, since a Bradford High football
team has posted a perfect regular season mark.
{ Those 1965 Tornadoes went 12-0 and won the first state championship
for Bradford High.The 1968 team repeated as state champions but tied
Suwannee High of Live Oak for an 11-0-1 record.
The first BHS powerhouse was the 1944 team that went 9-1-0,rackingup $E
a record 399 points to 64 for opponents.The .
1960 BHS eleven was 10.0-1 with only a tie to Baker High iTr
blemishing that year's record. The 1961 team was 11-0. From 19591962the _
Tornadoes ran up a>>,ame unbeaten streak that dynasty coming ,
under Coach Lennard Register with present Head Coach David Hurseas

After assistant.two mediocre seasons the Tornadoes started a 31 game
unbeaten streak in 1964 which extended four games into 1967 and in-
cluded those two state championship seasons of 1965 and 1966.
Some good Tornado teams in the 1970's are remembered. The 1974 '
Tornado football team went 10-2. The 1976 team went 93. I r
Numerous Tornado teams have won 7 or 8 games.
The 1985 team unquestionably ranks as one of the best in long tradition I
?" '
of outstanding BHS football teams.It 4
has been a long road back. g, 1u18a.rl r -
In 1980 the Tornadoes were 37.The 1981 club was 0-1CH). In 1982 BHS w .4 ......:..........'... .
''" .1': .,,,,,
finally got back even posting a 5-5 mark. The record was 6-4 in 1983 .. '
7-4 in 1984, these seasons being ones in which BHS was redesignated as ;. ;!ri, .,",.wrv>> :;.y ,.;" :. ......
Class 2A, enabling them to wm some games over much smaller area

schools. Explosive...
With that system getting much criticism from coaches and the
public as unfair the Florida High School Athletic Association, bowingto BUS flanker Andy Jones put a hurting on the opposing defense as usual In this shot the explosive Jones Is shown en route to a good gainer I
pressure from coaches, re-designated the state's football teams into Friday night against Godby. through the heart of the tough Godby line.
five classifications. It put BHS back into Class 3A with schools nearer
the same size.
Nobody knew how Bradford High would fare. How would a team that
got petition to the? state play-offs in Class 2A two years running fare in 3A com- BHS Gridders Look Great Against Godby I

The team had been improving slowly over the past four or five ..
years. But the defense was green in many positions in 1985. The
veteran offense was supposed to carry the defense the first few games Tornado gridders got a kick this
until Defensive Coordinator brought his charges along. week looking at their 16-6 win over
But with starting QB Frank Long injured for the opening game the Tallahassee Godby in color. I
Tornadoes found themselves in a defensive struggle with Class 2A "We looked just as good on film as P"
Williston. BHS couldn't get the football into the endzone and manageda we did on the field," says Defensive .
_ close 7-6 win. Coordinator Mike Sexton.
In the second game at Fernandina the Tornadoes won 14-0 but was Sometimes you look at a film and 6aa
never able to put the game out of reach. The defense got the first of its find you didn't play as well as you
six shutouts. thought, says Coach David Hurse.
The offense finally got cranked up in the third game in which BHS "We played an all-round good
posted a 35-13 victory at West Nassau.The three toughest games of the ballgame," Hurse states "Of
season followed. BHS beat an excellent Inverness team 18-0, then shut course you've gotta take into con-
out Baker High 21-0. BHS hadn't beaten Baker in five seasons. The sideration Godby is a good football w <<:
following week, the Tornadoes posted a 35-10 win over North Marion in team."
a hard-hitting game. "We played the same type team
For the remainder of the regular season the Tornadoes faced no opponent effort we've been getting," says
which could really challenge them. They held intra-squad Coach Sexton adding!!, "Everybodywas
scrimmages to keep the offense and defense which hadn't faced top- playing his position and getting
flight competition since mid-October from losing their sharpness. the job done."
Nobody knows yet just how good this 12-0 Tornado football team is. What Hurse didn't realize until
Coach David Hurse admits he didn't know how good his Tornadoes, looking the film was the chance the
ranked number one in the state in Class 3A for the final four weeks of Tornadoes had of blowing the game
regular play would be. wide open in the first half. There was
In the post-season play-offs you face the best teams in the state.The an overthrown pass on which there
Tornadoes beat a very good Inverness-Citrus team 14-7 in overtime in was no Godby defender between
the regional play-offs Nov. 29, then stunned a usually explosive fullback-receiver Aaron Matthews.
Tallahassee-Godby team 16-6 Dec. 6 in Tallahassee. Now the 1985 Tor- Speedster Andy Jones was just halfa
nado footballers stand poised at the brink of a third state championship. step away from turning the corner
and breaking a long one, and there :
This Tornado football team has no glaring weakness. The offensiveline was a pass up the middle to Jones on ,,-.
is good, and has been improved weekly. This defense has played which the Godby defender was allover ) I ,
excellently the entire season. There are four or five good running Jones before he caught the foot-
backs.This Tornado team has a dozen players, any of whom can catcha ball. The game officials, the film
pass., And quarterback Frank Long is an excellent passer and run, showed should have called. .pass interference. '.. Big'D'... f ,
1. nero '" ", Creg'Jackson. Lonnie IlamiIton(06V and Gary i Wise bas" Ills hani one thelb all and stopp # the \\0.:';. 1.ia
And, on this team players are familiar with two or three positions. BHS is the only Class 3A team to Wlse(67)) combined forces on this play to stop the God. halfback for no gain., .. .a5
With depth always a problem this is the way Tornado coaches have jump out head of Godby. by runner.
worked to solve that perennial problem.It's Tallahassee Leon and Panama City I
been a long road to the championship game, going back to that Bay High did it, and Godby came half, stopping the passing ef
game The Tornado
line had ;
0-10 team of 1980. back on Leon to close to 21-18, miss a Godby kicking game as planned.
fectively. Jackson, no. 63, 165, 12
pretty good effort considering the Getting the punter to run on the first
It's a real challenge. The 1985 Tornado football team might just have ing on all three extra points.BHS's goes both playing offensive
ways opponent was Tallahassee Godby, punt attempt gave BHS favorable
13 stunned the
what it takes... early points tackle and defensive end, had 8 individual
Cougars, says Coach Sexton. The says Coach Sexton. field position for the first touchdown,
tackles in the first half.
fourth quarter field goal Godby The Pest Control had some Hurse points out.
Lonnie Hamilton, the 'sam'linebacker
breakdowns but to
psychologically out of the managed spring
BHS says Hurse. game, came up with a couple of Tornado backs for 141 yards rushing Why)hasn't 1,000-yard man Clinton
Starting LineupOffense big plays, says Coach Sexton. in 34 plays. The line gave QB Frank Jenkins been running the football
Defense....! Hamilton had 5 tackles and 2 assists. Long time enough to throw the foot- more? Because game films and
Defensive tackle Chris Dougherty, ball against a very tough Godby coaches of Godby opponents told
"Our pass defense was super, at 165 pounds, played a heckuva defense. Coach Hurse is was useless to try to
: says Coach Hurse. ballgame, says Coach Sexton. DT QB Long waited until the Godby run the tailback against the tough
Center: Danny Manning no. 51, 180 12. Wendell Shanks defensive corner- Billy Harrell, who injured his knee rush was right at him to throw a few Godby defense. Hurse agreed, and
Guards: Keith Glllingham no. 54, 170 12; Chris Crlbbs no. 40, 140 12. back, played a great ballgame, says the week before was back, playedthe times, but was not sacked for a loss used Jenkins as a decoy.
Tackles: Greg Jackson no. 63, 165 12; Tommy Parker no. 52. 220 12. Coach Sexton. Shanks, David entire game, and did a good job, in the semi-final game.
Tight end: Mike Chapped no. 86, 195 12. Hamilton, and Frank Long were instrumental says Coach Sexton. Danny Manning did a real good "Clint is a team player. His first
Wide receivers: Any of the following: Patrick Diggs no. 71 Todd in breaking up a lot of Aaron Matthews, who stepped in job at center Coach Sexton says. goal, just like mine, is to win the
McLeod no. 13, 160 121 Andy Jones no. 24, 182 12; Jeffery McClellan no. the 29 passes thrown by Godby, at strong side end for the injured Billy Greg Jackson, weak side guard, and football game," Hurse points out.
23. ISO 12. The wldeouts switch off regularly. usually a big play team. Frank Jackson, had 6 tackles and 2 Keith Gillingham,strong side guard, As a result, Jenkins ran four times
Fullback: Aaron Matthews no. 20, 160 12. Long playing centerfield, was back assists, and played his usual strong played steady ballgames against for 7 yards.
Running back: Clinton Jenkins no. 31, 182 12, and Andy Jones no. 24, there overlapping the deep game.Inside. tough Godby.
182. 12. receivers. linebacker Ron Brown had
Quarterback: Frank Long 172 12. Saying defensive end Greg 7 tackles and 2 assists recovered a thews Meanwhile, fullback Aaron Mat-

Defense Jackson understatement.had a good Jackson's game is two an fumble and had two pass interceptions. Not Bad. says Hurse... yards. was RB Andy running Jones 17 times ran 7 for times 70
: .
sacks of Godby QB Chris Savage Sixteen points is not bad against a for 16 yards. QB Long ran twice for
Tackles: Chris Doughterty no. 64, 165, 12; Billy Harrell no. 72, 180 II. came at crucial times in the first Offensively... team like Godby says Coach Hurse. 19 yards, and RB Greg Wiggins ran 5
Strong end: Billy Jackson no. 12, 165 12. The Tornadoes also pressured the times for 37 yards.
Rover back: Aaron Matthews no. 20 160 12.
Sam linebacker: Lonnie Hamilton no. 66, 190 12. ,
Inside linebackers: Ron Brown no. 83 or 77, 215 11,and Gary Wise no. Game Ana (from page 9A)
67, 180 11.Cornerbacks. lYSIS. .e
: Johnnie Clark no. 5, 155 11, and David Hamilton no. 9,
150 11.Free.

safety: Frank Long no. 3, 172, 12,and Corey Strong no.22, 155, 11. gained ground on each exchange of
punts with Godby, starting at their 3
Doubtful for the Bartow game due to Injury to a big toe Is defensiveend yard line, then the 20, and finally
Billy Jackson. If Jackson doesn't play Aaron Matthews will switch to their 31.
Jackson's end-LB post and Greg Wiggins no. 3), 160 11, will play rover On their third possession from
back as they did in the Godby game. their 31 yard line, the Tornadoes
Coach Mike Sexton points out the Tornadoes have won without QB drove the football 33 yards on a 28
Frank Long with DT Chris Dougherty with DT Billy Harrell and yard pass from QB Frank Long to
without DE Billy Jackson.Santa wideout Patrick Diggs, a 10 yard run
around left end by running back Andy
Jones who used his speed to get
around the corner on Godby and an
11 yard pass to wideout Todd
McLeod. The drive stalled at the
Godby 38, and BHS punted. David -
Hamilton's high punt, giving BHS
We Want One More players good time to get around
were the football) landed, to put
pressure on the Godby punt returner
to mishandle as a catch. Sure
Dear Santa enough, the punt landed at the God
by 10 where Cougar Morris Torral
I stated something In my first letter about this community and how it mishandled the fair catch. The football
pulls together like a large family. Well the way this school and com- ) bounced crazily around until
munity have extended a helping hand to the Jenkins family is a good Ron Brown smothered it, giving
example of what I was talking about. People are proud of Clint and BIIS a big first down at the Cougar ..
what he has accomplished and they are proud of his family for what 10 yard line. ...........:'-r0 ... _
I they have meant to their community. --
I This community's pride goes beyond that too, Santa. It has been a BUS Seals It...
long time since this town has had something to rally around and support Running back Clinton Jenkins Where's the Ball...?
in a big way. Our citizens are really taking advantage of It, tool one yard over right guard. Fullback got Defensive end Ron Brown causes a fumble and conoutstanding defensive play
I I The support our team is receiving has been tremendous. They along Aaron Matthews got three siderable confusion in the Godby backfield: on this
I with the team have enjoyed each victory. I asked for them one at a yards
over right tackle down to the Godby around when the football landed.
I I time so we could enjoy them to the fullest. six yard line. On third down big the media booth, but thought it was a defensive end(Greg Jackson for a The ball bounced into the back of
Well the time has for the This is the one we a
Santa come big one. decision.
Cougar Jerome Martin broke sound seven yard loss. Cougar
up a player trying to get out of the
have all worked hard for. I have never seen a team more deserving
so most of the
pass in the flat to fullback Matthews. BHS "Defense Defense! shouted the way and BHS's Todd McLeod
I alertly
t than this The work at it hard and they play together.....
one. players It was fourth down and Coach rest of the game when inside Bradford crowd, really into the pounced onto the football at the God-
i they have that ONENESS it takes to be a champion. One thing they Ron Brown the
David Hurse sent the field goal teamon linebacker stopped game. The BHS defense limited by 21 yard line.
really have going for them is the fact that "they just won't let anybodybeat final Godby offensive drives by
the field. It was a 24 yard effort two Cougar Charles Wilson to two yards BHS, staying on the ground again
them. We have a that is determined to be STATE CHAM- which bouncedoff
group and David Hamilton's toe hammered intercepting passes then BHS defensive back David failed to make a first down, and God-
PIONS. the football through the other players. And a Godby punt Hamilton went up with Cougar over at its 15 yard line with
uprights effectively putting the hit a Cougar player in the back and receiver Eric Turral broke up a pass 2 theft: In the game. DB Wendell
.i Sincerely '" game out of Godby's reach. The Todd McLeod" quickly fell on the reception. Then a third down pass Shanks knocked defended on an incomplete
I down 10:11: ,football. was bounced up into the air twice bomb thrown by QB
( I left to play, and the Tornado offensive and Ron Brown came down with the Savage they Ron Brown was again
'' line in charge of the line, of Defense...! football at the BHS 47. around the football when Shanks tip-
Crow scrimmage. Godby QB Savage .completed BUS came up two yards short of a ped another pass up into the air.
\ Hurse said he had some second passes of 12 and 20 yards, sandwiched first down Hamilton punted high Brown returned the football to the
: P.S. We received the Victory Rose.J guessing from coaches upstairs in around a yet another sack by BHS{ again and BHS had several people Cougar 33..Y. .



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Bradford Union County Board of Realtors install new officers in big ceremony in StarkeThe

Bradford-Union County Board willegar, Lavern Outlaw Susan
of Realtor's.Inc. annual Christmas Reddish and David Dodge.
banquet and installation of officerswas Annette Pusateri soloist accompanied -
held Friday, Dec. 6, at the by Mrs. Lavon Drivas
Starke Golf & Country Club with presented a medley of Christmas

Harriett Maines conducting the favorites. r a.c6 rS 'a'd., w, fr
meeting as 1985 president and Past presidents of the board wererecognized
Cecelia Terwillegar being sworn in : Cecelia Terwillegar
as the 1986 president. Terwillegarwas Lillian Pearson,Vernie Odom, Janet
the board's first president and is Starling, Susan Reddish and Harriet
now going in as the board's seventh Maines.
president. Harriet Maines gave the following
Approximately 80 Realtors, awards: Cecelia Terwillegar -
Realtor-Associates and friends Public Relations chairman banquet
heard Allen Pacetti District I vice- chairman and Board of Directors;
president of St. Augustine, discuss Susan Reddish Education chairman -
Florida's future growth. board of Directors; Janet i
Harriett Maines thanked Starling Equal Opportunity chair-
members for assistance this past man, Awards committee, Board of
year and said it was an educational Directors; Lavern Outlaw -
experience; has had an interesting Membership chairman Board of
4Ak d *rr
time and Directors Bill Tiffin 7 a
encouraged members to j; Professional
participate in events for the coming Standards and vice-president;
year and support the officers. David Dodge RPAC chairman
Mrs. Terwillegar said "The sky is Board of Directors; Bill Dodd -
the limit for success if we work Private Property Week chairman;
together. What we do as comparedwith Vernie Odom, Secretary, and Irene
what we can do is like comparing Faulkner, treasurer. She also
the waves on top of the ocean presented Graduate Realtor In- 1ph
with the ocean's mighty depth. En- stitute Course I awards to Cecelia
thusiasm is a very important ingre- Terwillegar and Suzanne Kitchensand
dient to possess along with Course I and II to Susan Red- '

knowledge, credibility, ethics and dish.Mr. .l
good common sense. She said we are Pacetti installed the following p ,
fortunate to be living in North 1986 officers: president, Cecelia Ter- t I rig a
Florida in a community that is so willegar; vice-president, Lavern
diversified. Also with God's help Outlaw; secretary Vernie Odom;
Starke and Bradford County and and treasurer Susanne Kitchens.
Lake Butler and Union County will The officers pledged themselves to s.,
continue to progress. Let's count protect the individual right of real
our blessings and as we go along the estate ownership and to widen the
way it will be a lot smoother and opportunity to enjoy it; to be
sweeter and more exciting if we honorable and honest in all dealings;
have friends like you!I" to seek better to represent clients by
Janet Starling presented Realtorof building knowledge and com-
the Year award to Harriett petence; to act fairly towards all in
Maines and Associate of the Year the spirit of the Golden Rule; to s x
award to Irene Faulkner. She serve well the community and
presented Certificates of Special through it the country; to observe Incoming...
the Realtors code of ethics and 'tr
for board con-
Recognition and outstanding in form conduct to its Joft ldeals. 19J6 Incoming officers and d| efltDK,fr.Uett. right..BUIDald.Associate -. Suzanne Kitchens-Treasurer. Vernie OdonvflecreUry, t*.ren OutUw- I
participation :participation : ,.Realtor.. David Dodge j 'llardenbrook,.,Susan Reddish Vlce-presldeDl Cecllla rwlUlj r-Presldeiit. ..
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I Bradford Home Economist offers suggestions for practical giftsWe I

may not be able to count on a**. purchases: and keep the cost down" you are going to buy for helps you waste could be avoided" said
white Christmas this year and even she said. stick to your limit" said Douglas. Douglas.
though the weather can't seem to "Being a good shopper takes time "The tendancy for most people is Make a List for Gifts( : Make a list
decide what it wants to do, and practice" said Douglas.The to buy one thing for someone now of people for whom gifts are to be
Christmas is just around the corner. first step is to plan before you and then buy something else for purchased and the amount to be
Christmas is the time of year when shop. "Take the time to sit down and another person tomorrow and then spent on each gift. Writing down the TG'BlYFamily
giving is the foremost thought in plan what you want to do over the add someone else on later," she estimated price of each gift will help
most people's minds. The thought, holidays," said Douglas "Set a said. This sporadic method of shopp you to see how much money you are
"What am I going to get Great Aunt spending limit for yourself, I know ing usually adds up to more than you planning to spend.
Sally?" may be keeping you awakeat that's hard to do but if you set a realize and a little careful planningcan Add up the list. If the total is more HOLIDAY Centers

night or maybe you're wonderingwhat limit and know that limit in your own cut the cost down tremendously than you can afford to spend make d'u.' .>.............__ .0. ......... .... .. .", ......)
to give your neighbor's cousin mind, then you're less likely to Douglas gave the following adviceat adjustments.Making "d." '" .
who comes down for Christmas overspend. the seminars: and following a list helps : 1\ lr :I!' 1IJlfjl tIS
The song says Santa Claus makesa "Thousands of dollars are wasted avoid impulse buying and extra trips '" '' r'-' ''YIP\', ,., :. I Is'I
list and checks it twice so Santa each year on poorly selected for forgotten purchases. It's wise to f' !'ti ':;rOu.,:b :: D.f'e. J.'i'i:\ : .:; i
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every year and expects a pio cnt I1; TOWELSc ;::;-1
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the time during the season, but .
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everyone on your list. $4)29
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leaves your bank account in a -I---
much more healthy state. / / Tr;
Diann Douglas, Bradford-Union / :
Home Economist gave seminars in JrpbIP S.
both Lake Butler and Starke recently CHOICIm
on gift giving that saves money. iX mfSSKllharnptim I'U
"Everyone feels the need to go out \ d hy
and buy a gift for friends and family I I /
and they usually wind up spendingmore d:1.:
money than they wanted to. : :
Around February and March It
starts getting rough when the bills
tart coming la,'"she Mid.
Douglas noted that people tend to b :1
overspend at this time of year. "The :
emphasis needs to shift from giving
things to giving time. People need to
spend more time with their
families" she said. 1 / 1 / u : E.
Douglas told those in attendanceat
the Lake Butler seminar that
there are ways to shop smart and cut
costs. "People need to develop good -
shopping skills to help guide their '
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Closet in Bradford County. Equipment .r1aR 1 g ,4ans
that can be loaned includes
wheelchairs bedside commodes,
tub grab bars shower/tub seats
crutches walkers and narrowbasecanes.

You.may make application at the kthA4dr
Outreach Center located at 301 N. :
Temple Ave., Starke Florida.To .
be eligible you must meet the Fmr
income guidelines by providing proof _
of income for all members of the
family. You must also be a residentof
this county.
The loan period should not exceedsix

months duration. This service Is ..
being provided to fill the gaps while
applying for Medicaid, Medicare III I
Private Insurance or Other Programs r '
It is also to provide I'' .
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following individuals received $105.75.
final disposition before Judge Stanley F. Stockhammer, III pled
George H. Pierce Dec. 3 in Bradford guilty racing on highway; fined
County Traffic Court. $100.75. .
James Earnest Rotenberry pled
Patricia Louise Loy pled no con guilty DWI; fined $362, license
test to permitting unlicense person suspended six months,50 hours com We take aline
to drive; valid license produced, munity work,Salvation Army supervision .
case dismissed. attend DWI school.Al .
Leland Hogg pled guilty driving Douglas Bullock pled guilty tough ,-=- Gulfpride -
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Kenneth Lamar Lewallen pled Army supervision.Van 10WI30motor
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(NVDL) and no tag; ordered to pay NVDL; dismissed. 011.
$100.75 and $25 unless valid license Jesse Summer Simmons pled guilty
produced.Paul no tag; cost suspended, case
Andre Leroy pled no contest dismissed.
(NVDL) and no tag; ordered to pay Ronald L. Word pled no contest no
$100.75 or produce valid license. tag; pay $35 cost.
Tom Covington pled no contest Selma Faye Routh pled no contest When I it comes to a tough motor protection with improved fuel efficiency with
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Thomas Edward Rodriguez pled Glenn Edward Griffis pled guilty climate high-detergent oil specially formulated So next time your car needs an oil change
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( ); fined $326, license suspended Griffis pled guilty unlawful speed; Gulfpride also offers you a choice of quality And get proven protection you can really count on.
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Rodriquez pled guilty careless pay $50 costs.
driving; fined $100.75. Riley Leonard Griffis pled guilty "
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1,1' Christmas is Sharing And You Can Be A Part I Ir


I II I By Mark Friedlin,BCT Staff Writer Also the Telegraph is collecting .
Volunteers in Bradford,Union and canned Presents are needed for foster
food, goods and/or
staples, to'
: I Clay Counties are gearing up to help be used in food baskets. A ham, children, ranging from 4-weeks to
the needy and show their holiday chicken or turkey will be purchased to 17-years-oId. Anyone wishing to ,--
spirit this Christmas with a massive go along with the food items. Should donate money with which presents
food collection drive. will be purchased or to buy presents is
there be an excess of canned goods lli
Local churches are leading the effort they will be placed in the Food Closet asked to contact HRS at number
964-8875 and ask for Cathie Johnsonor
i with collections.If \
at the First Baptist Church which is
1 there is any group or person who used county-wide on a daily basis. Diane McClellan.The presents will
I is doing their own giving project, The closet is low at this time and really be for children assigned to families in
call the Bradford Telegraph and let needs replenishing, according to Badford and Union counties.
us know what your effort entails.We the Ministrial Alliance.
will list it in a follow-up story in the You may drop your donation of can
next issue. ned good and/or staples off at the -
Telegraph anytime prior to Dec.22.
So no one in Bradford County will be Pick An AngelFor
hungry at Christmas, please share Clubs Participate many people Christmas is a
your holiday spirit this year with the Kiwanis and Rotary will give one time for children.McDonald's is helping A
needy. can of food per pint of blood donatedin to support the children of Brad
There are many reasons people Starke Dec. 10. ford County this Chirstmas through a
may need food. Some are sick, some Inmates Help special promotion called 'Pick An
out of work,some unable,old,infirm. Angel'.
Inmates at
Lawtey Correctional
ed or just temporairly down on their A tree decorated with
a deserving
Institution are collecting $1,000 to be
luck. Most In
churches the
area child's
are used for food baskets.HandyWays name is located at
'- collecting food for baskets to be taken CollectThe McDonald's.By picking an angel,you
I to residents. If your church doesn't can make a child' Christmas special. v
r1 participate or if you know someone Handy-Way Stores have Please return your child's gift to
who needs food please contact the decorated boxes in their stores where McDonald's by December 15.For fur
Telegraph or the Bradford County. customers may donate a can of food ther information on this worthwhile
S i' Health Department. for the less fortunant. project, please call 964-8408.

1 r' '\ ., Lawtey students enroll in safety program I IBy

Mark Friedlin gram. I think its'made an impact on the Bureau of Public Safety Manage-
=t BCT Staff Writer the kids who are participating," ment of the Florida Department of that students are encouraged to urge
others to use their safety belts as
1'F Students at Lawtey Elementary; commented Elementary Community Affairs to teach
Hobs well.
are reminding you to "buckle up' teacher Darlene "We hope students at Lawtey Elementary and
The 411 students at Lawtey
for safety this Christmas with a uni the students take some of the lessons other schools the reason for and the
que 4-H demonstration program, they learn home with them to their importance of using seat belts. Elementary have been participatingin
L sponsored by Diana Smith at the families and friends." The project is also an attempt to the program for the past three
:'L l r ( i = Bradford County Extension Office, The 4-H Buckle-Up Kids (BUK) is motivate young people to properlyuse weeks.started in The Arkansas program and is was presently first
which is taking place at the school an organized effort between FloridaCooperative auto safety belts at all tunes
being tried in six Florida Counties.
this week. Extension Service, The BUK project is widespread in
"We are excited about the pro- IFAS and it's 4-li department and See page 13
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I ObituariesMrs. -.

.Muriel Green Graveside funeral services were Wells of Tampa; five grandchildrenand pa, died Wednesday, Nov. 27, in of Fairbanks, Fla., and Mary Jane
held Tuesday, Dec.: 10 at Melrose' two great grandchildren. Bradford Hospital following a sud- Jones of Hampton; brother Albert
Mrs. Muriel Pauline Green, 89, of Card of Thanks Cemetery with Father Fred Yerkes Funeral services were held Dec.7 den illness while visiting relatives in Thomas of Hampton; three grand-
Starke, died Saturday, Dec. 7 in Perhaps you sent a lovely card,or and Rev. Jimmy Coyle officiating. at Bellevlew Funeral Home of Hampton. children and two great-
Baker County Nursing Home in sat quietly In a chair. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Belleview, Fla., with Rev. Roscoe: grandchildren.
Macclenny.following a long illness. Perhaps you sent a funeral spray, Heights was in charge of ar McCloud officiating.Burial followed Born in Bradford County on Aug. Funeral services were held at
Born in Jasper on April 10, 1896, if so we saw it there. rangements. in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. 11, 1910, Mrs. McRae later moved to Blount Funeral Home in Tampa on J
Mrs. Green moved to Starke in 1928. Perhaps spoke the kindest Tampa. Sat., Nov. 30. Local arrangementswere
She was a member of you Steven A.AshcraftMr. Mrs.Jettle McRae Survivors Include
Bayless words, as any friend could say; son Glen of handled by Jones Funeral
Highway Baptist Church and a Perhaps you were not there at all, .Steven Alan Ashcraft,27,of MrA Jrttfo M.McRae,75,of Tam- Tampa; two sisters. Dollie Manning Home of Starke.
homemaker. just thought of us that day. Melrose, died Saturday, Dec. 7 in _A .
Survivors include daughter, Mrs. Whatever you did to console our Keystone Heights following an w I
Louise Browning of Starke; son IrvIng hearts, automobile accident.
Thomas, also of Starke; 12 We thank you so much, whateverthe Born in Clarksburg,West Virginiaon Under New Management ]
grandchildren and many great part. Aug.12,1958,Mr.Ashcraft movedto
grandchildren. Special thanks go to the membersof Melrose six years ago. He was a a
Graveside funeral services were Johnstown Baptist Church in Lake Catholic and a construction worker.
held Sunday, Dec. 8. in Dyal Butler and all the friends who helpedus Survivors include his parents,Mr. 301 LIQUORS
Cemetery with Rev. Bobby Epps of through our time of sorrow. and Mrs.Richard L.Ashcraft,Sr.,of
ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of The Family Of Melrose; sister, Debra Ann of Dun- LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
Starke was in charge of ar Betty Jo Anderson nellon; four brothers Richard, Jr.,

rangements. of Australia Melrose,Douglas, Ronald of Hollywood of Western and 1 Mile North of Starke, Fla. on U.S. 301

William William"Bill"D. DircksMr. Durwood Dir- Michael mother,of Mrs.Orlando Daisy; paternal Berndt of grand-Sebr- \i\\ OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -

cks,34,of Santa Fe Lake in Melrose, ing; and fiancee Luanne Newleib of Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2
died Monday, Dec. 2, at Santa Fe Mrs. Elizabeth WhitneyMrs. Orlando. SHAG LENGTHS
Boat Ramp. Elizabeth'Cargill Whitney, Funeral services will be held Generally, there are two Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1 to 11
Born in 91,of Melrose,died Sunday,Dec.8 in Thursday, Dec. 12, at St. Williams distinct types of shag carpets _., _
Shirley,Mass. 16, n. "
on April J. Ralph Smith Health Center Nurs- Catholic Church in Keystone with long and
1953, Mr. Dircks moved to Melrosein shags short shags.No of- ._. ..-..-
Home in Park Father Tom Gordon
1975 ing Dowling followinga officiating. ficial standard of measurementexists.
from Davenport, Iowa.
short illness. Burial was in Melrose Cemetery .
Survivors include a companion, Born in New Haven,Conn.,on Oct. under the direction of Jones Funeral The various manufac- I I
Rachel Ashley of Melrose; son turers set their own specifications II
2, 1894, Mrs. Whitney moved to Home of Keystone. MUSIC
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wood Dircks of Davenport, Iowa; Advent Christian Church of New Mrs. Ethel Pratt Therefore, one "short shag" |Thursday Saturday
two brothers, Russell and David Britanny, Conn., and was a Mrs. Ethel Hayes Pratt, 85, of may be longer in fiber length '
both of Davenport; and paternal homemaker and past president of Starke, died Wednesday, Dec. 4, at than another short shag. The Starts at 9 1 ,
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
the Melrose Woman's Club. in same principle holds true for
Alachua General Hospital long
Dircks of Lowden, Iowa. Sunday at 7 '
Graveside Survivors include her husband, Gainesville.Born shags. This gives the prospective
held Friday funeral Dec. 6 services at Melrose were Ernest F. Whitney of Melrose; son in London, England, Mrs. buyer a much larger selection with the
Andrew of Gainesville; four Pratt was a resident of Tampa from from which to choose a carpet.
with Rev. of-
Cemetery Hobby Epps
ficiating. Jones Funeral Home of daughters, Mrs. Catherine Vickersof 1914 to 1963, then a resident of The consumer has a wide variety Laurel River Band
Melrose, Mrs. Iva June Watkins
to 1979. wasa
Oklawaha from 1963
Keystone was in charge of ar and Mrs. both of of shags from which to buy.
Dorothy Clancy member of Oklawaha United Featuring: Jerry Caldwell,
rangements.In Manchester, Conn., and Mrs. Come in today, and let us show
lieu of flowers, contributionsmay Methodist Church. and Brian Morgan with Johnny Ballad
Earnestine Kyman of Pomona, Survivors include two dau tern you some outstanding values in
be made to the Cancer Societyor Calif.; brother Dwight Bruce of Mrs. Grace Fullwood of Starke andMrs. shag carpeting.
Rehabilitation Development Savannah; 21 grandchildren, 22 Cole of St.
Department at the University of grandchildren and two Dorothy COME ON OUT FOR FUN AND GOOD MUSIC
great Petersburg; son Arthur Pratt of
Florida Health Science.
great grandchildren. ,Starke: sister Mrs. Grace Margaret Teal Tile ---,

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Dodd Paul, Associate Faulkner Director.gave the invocationand Indian River Fruits store wants to take this opportunity to say ;

pledge her mother to the,flag.Lorraine Janet Bennett Starlingand Navel, Tangeloes & Pink Grapefruit THANKS to our customers and friends for
were in charge of decorations including ,

tables centered gold and table with burning cloths Christmas tapers.on the arrangements WAINWRIGHT PRODUCE making 1985 a very successful year. We also

Door prizes donated by Vantage State Farmers Market US 301 North Starke

Mortgage Betty Were Warren.won by Joy Thorntonand want to wish you and your family a very prosperous

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llec. Van Recovered George Edward Davis of Hamptonwas The back-up unit transported four Marriages Dissolved ACT Test at SFCC learn more about cancer,call
arrested Dec. 8 for DWLS, according patients. Stat Flight, ShandsCalr Bradford ? Tel-Med and ask for these tapes by
In Starke Center
and Alachua Rescue each CountyThe
Employee ChargedAn to Marshal D. L. Williams County number. Cal 9660CIM or37M007.
Davis was released after a$210 sure- transported one patient. following marriages were All students planning to enter San-
of the Starke Recreation
employee -
Dept. has been charged with ty bond was posted. The majority of the patients, 45 dissolved during the month of ta Fe Community College for the 6 Breast cancer
false reporting of the commission ofa were transported to Bradford November in Bradford County first time this Winter must take the 176 Cancer of the prostate gland
crime to Investigator Kenneth Gregory Morgan of Hospital. Seven were taken to North ACT Assessment Test to be offeredat 179 Lung cancer
Richard Bennett.according Starke was arrested Dec. 8 for driving Florida Regional Hospital, six to Jimmy E Patterson & Joyce Pat the SFCC Starke Center on Mon 181 Cancer-the curable disease
D 21, reported Dec. while intoxicated and DWLS according Alachua General Hospital, five to terson. day, December 16. The results of the 183 Cancer's 7 warning signals
Tommy Key
to Patrolman K. R. Hinds Shands and two to Reception Robert D. Fowler &
8 to the Cynthia D. ACT are used to determine place- 185 Cancer of the skin
at 4:10: a.m., a van belonging
Rec had been stolen. Further Jr. Morgan was released after a$535 Medical Center. One patient was Fowler. ment in English and Math classes. 188 Radiation therapy for cancer
investigation Dept. led to charging Key surety bond was posted. taken to Humana Hospital in Orange Thomas J. Hollingsworth & Bar Students must complete an application 189 Childhood cancers
with the false and of Park. bara J. Hollingsworth.Elton to the College before being 525 Cancer of the stomach
the said recovery William Andrew Gaskins of Eleven people were in trauma and Ward & Judy Ward. eligible to take the test.

Charges van, will be filed with the state Jacksonville was arrested Dec. 7 for seven were trauma patients Albion J. Carter, Jr. & Cathy J. The ACT Test begins at 1:30: p.m. Tel-Med A free community service -
office said Bennett. DWLS according to Patrolman resulting from a vehicle accident. Carter. and will take about three hours. brought to you by the Auxiliaryof
attorney's Karen Black. Bond was set at Nine calls were to people with James M. Cunningham & Kimbcr- For more information, call the Bradford Hospital Inc.fl'REW.
$310.75, he was released on his own respiratory problems and seven ly K. Cunningham. Santa Fe Starke Center at 9645382.
Recent ArrestsIn recognizance. were to cardiac patients. Two calls
were to overdose victims, three to
Bradford AreaThe obstretic patients and two were people ,
distress. '"'" ........ '
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following arrests were madein ....
Bradford County by local Rescue Answers Five people were dead when the -gm
authorities. unit arrived and five calls were SALE
93 Calls in November cancelled. Three calls were standbyat !

Shirley Benard Vinson 49, of St. Bradford County Emergency Ser structure fires. Alan.Ui.MirtyWtndyTinyllndiHairplanes I
Petersburg was arrested Dec. 8 for vices responded to 93 calls during
introduction of contraband, according the month of November, according QR-lO
to Deputy Sammy Eunice. Vin- to Supervisor Cliff Chapman. The quick response unit answeredfour Y
son was charged after marijuanawas calls in November one was a Multi-Mile Polyester Glass Belted

found during a body search at Sixty-six calls required the smoke investigation and three were ..
Florida State Prison while she was a transporting of 69 patients. to structure fires. Road Hazard Warranty
visitor there. Bond was set at $2,000

she was released on her own 165.800.13 . 25.00 P165-80R-13 . 33.00

recognizance.. P185-80D-13 . 27.00 P185-75R-14 . 38.00

Jimmie Lee Childers 40, of @. THE PENNYWEIGHT e P195-80B-14 . 30.00 P195-75R-14 . 38.00

1-awtey was arrested Dec. 7 for Bullion can StsI P205-75B-14 . 32.00P22575B14 P205-75R-14 . 40.00 ''

burglary according to Lt. Glen :;0 . .
: 36.00 P225-75R-15 . 45.00
Moore and Investigator John Tilley. Hwy301 Gold & Silver eo As
P215-75B . .
Chile ers is chared with breaking into I $ Open MOB Sal. Olter Expires Dec. 31 35.00 P235-75R-15 . 47.00
a home destroying property and g a'' EXCHANGE j", P225-75B-14 . 36.00 4.00 Balance Each

$2,000.taking lie money.was released Bond was on his set own at i ::3 Church St 106 N. Church Street lf .h 11I PERMS P235-75B-15 . 37.00. White. Spoke Wheels 26"h s
recognizance. I (UIO
Penny Weight Buy- Sell Trade Reg. 40.00 . . . NOW 11 I, FRONT END ALIGNMENT BRAKE SPECIAL' 9AA.OR ...
(FRONT or REAR) ..
I Includes Set cuter, camber & toe In to
Samuel L. Williams 32. of Starkewas HAIRCUTS I minufecturars spec. Inspect suspension RiplJCi pads or slIDes; rtiuruco drums I.
arrested on two separate occasions THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! .0.E ft steering system. For most American or rotors; pick bearings; Mat_ t adjust| ; iears.
(Dec. 5&9) on capias charging .....a Woman-Reg. $14 $7 I Front wheel drive vehicles end raid-Kit most American s& trucks.
Men Ket. $14 . . . NOW I I'
worthless checks
according to Lt. : Chevettes extra Parts extra. Metallic pillS extra when required. .
4 :
10.95 :?
released after cash bonds were ... ._
posted. M XT*ANOif( EJECT Woe 907 IN WIN.lot.) .3U WINmWMTO ...... OlIO......*.-y..-*_y* _1WlOl.U O UIO/I 1Nm. Men.:$40amen. . . NOW I f I REAR WHEEL ALIGNMENT '10_ .:_95 Most. Lt. 'Trucks Cars & sen 33.CORBETTS .95 Ci"
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County was arrested Dec. 6 for wor- tMAMOLlCJECTSTO .MIIAa.10"IN.UU. JU..U4WIAOOltmFOw7m1T81'..' UUN I Women
M4M Wig Men
thless check according to In- .......UCCT*TTNja.aO.SIX.. SHOT XT ML I'S'. .... N""TUSUPNSMIESI WIO .iS- UNM nMm Reg. $18. . . . NOW 9
vestigator David Aderholt. He was -- VOUTN C..JO Ufm US 301. Temple Ave. 964.6436 '

and released$45.50 after court restitution costs was was paid.made '\..,.- ..... .:-. .. tan Now 964-4645 statka FIAIncing+' ..:;: (Formerly- Starka Firestone) -/

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following individuals were arrested YOUTH WIMCMOKl. IOU" 110.p
in Bradford MNOEwvouTN m/l MHAMOCfl .IlI 10 --
County by local OCEI COMBO If M"WiNCHOetfiAM" 'uO..U'A'SO..O.( 1m,0MNOEw
authorities. DEEM I**4' SlUO BARREL flltHC SM1HTS300FEATHERWEIGHT 510
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Baker was arrested 300XTMWIMCMOKE VINTRli' MOA N' Itl/m
Dec. 8 for driving while license .300XTNDEEHOUN tlW M.UOAAIMEL Hint SKWTSDCFCMDC $2S'0
if tt CVL STANOAMDMtnsToCMwCRUisiwanipSTAJNIEU /11,10
suspended (DWLS), according to *>OLCI.Iff,!. CYL.'T. Sr$3mST.VNLUOOLCI .
Patrolman Michael Spears. Baker If IS CVL AOFRONT CwUI1N0IN1ANI.Om. ''>i dLt HONT9| III/U
was released after a $210 surety STAINLESSMAfiiNf if is cwniFLESiOMTSiPisTot O.'N.' 123 SOl 1103 II
bond was posted.

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Starke Santa Fe Offers

Beginning Acting Course e44e4tft44 o

One of the highlights of the upcom The 33 different classes offer a
ing Winter Term at the Santa Fe wide variety of day and night sub- Wednesday December 25
Community College Starke Center is jects. Classes may be taken to work ,
J / a credit,' course in 'Beginning toward a degree or for enjoyment. or Serving from 11 a.m. to 3
t pup Acting designed to help the student enrichment. p.m.
understand that acting is observa- Registration is currently under-
tion,imitation and communication.. way Center 8 4 the o o o
Other classes of special interest Starke at the new campus in Garden Fresh Salad Bar
include First Aid, New Testament, the old courthouse.
Accounting, Economics and a The Winter Semester begins Turkey w/dressing, Giblet Gravy
course in Ethics which examines the January 7 and ends May 1. o
moral problems of our day from a For information on applications or Baked Ham w/raisin sauce '
philosophical point of view. Three registration, please call Lila Yawn,
different computer classes are also Administrative Secretary, at Yams Garden Peas
being offered. 964-5382.
I I'I' j Whipped Potatoes Ambrosia .

Broccoli w/cheese sauce '

1___ + U. Bread Pudding w/Lemon Sauce ))

Choice of Beverages

Party... Eddie Starlingis All You Care to Eat ....
Costumes ranged from a ISiO'a flapper to an Indian princess at the readyto I Children Under 12
Birthday-Halloween Party given by Junior Troop 60S. Half Price $ i
Shown left to right is Nikl Moody Amy Parrish Candi Norman Audrey Save You Moneyon Children Under 3 5 9 5
Tisdale Michelle Hodges, Stephanie Clark. FREEReservations
a Car or Truck 0a
Second row; Amy Rankin Janet Hepburn. Sonja Norman Chistie
Clark Jennifer Johns. OLDSMOBILE CHEVROLET iO .0 .
Third row; Sarah Looney. Sharie Rowe, Shantel Ritch. Brandee or Suggested for 5 or More
Moody, Stephanie Sellers, Amy King. a New or Used Regular Menu
Back row; Diane Moody,assistant leader,and Shannon Abrams,senior 0
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Seated in front is Amanda Ixtoney.

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Ilcc. Van Recovered George Edward Davis of Hampton The back-up unit transported four Marriages Dissolved. ACT Test at SFCC team more about
was arrested Dec. 8 for DWLS, according patients. Stat Flight ShandsCalr Bradford Tet-Med and ask for these tapes by
In Starke CenterAll
Employee ChargedAn to Marshal D. L. Williams and Alachua County Rescue each CountyThe number.Call 964 M or J7MCO7.

employee of the Starke Recrea Davis was released after a$210 sure- transported one patient. following marriages were students planning to enter Santa
tion Dept. has been charged with ty bond was posted. The majority of the patients 45 dissolved during the month of Fe Community College for the 6 Breast cancer
false reporting of the commission ofa were transported to November in Bradford County. first time this Winter must take the 176 Cancer of the prostate gland
crime according to Investigator Kenneth Gregory Morgan of Seven were taken to North ACT Assessment Test to be offeredat 179 Lung cancer
Richard Bennett. Starke was arrested Dec. 8 for driving Florida Regional Hospital, six to Jimmy E. Patterson & Joyce Pat the SFCC Starke Center on Mon- 181 Cancer the curable disease

Tommy D. Key, 21, reported Dec. while intoxicated and DWLS, according Alachua General Hospital, five to terson. day, December 16. The results of the 183 Cancer's 7 warning signals
8 at 4.10: a.m., a van belonging to the to Patrolman K. R. Hinds, Shands and two to Reception Robert D. Fowler & Cynthia D. ACT are used to determine place- 185 Cancer o( the skin
Hec Dept. had been stolen. Further Jr. Morgan was released after a$535 Medical Center. One patient was Fowler. ment in English and Math classes. 188 Radiation therapy for cancer
investigation led to charging Key surety bond was posted. taken to Humana Hospital in Orange Thomas J. Hollingsworth & Bar Students must complete an application 189 Childhood cancers
with the false and of Park bara J. Hollingsworth.Elton to the College before being 525 Cancer of the stomach
the said recovery William Andrew Gaskins of Eleven people were in trauma and Ward & Judy Ward. eligible to take the test.
Charges will be filed with the state Jacksonville was arrested Dec. 7 for seven were trauma patients Albion J. Carter, Jr. & Cathy J. The ACT Test begins at 1:30: p.m. Tel-Med A free community ser
attorney's office said Bennett. DWLS, according to Patrolman resulting from a vehicle accident. Carter. and will take about three hours. vice brought to you by the Auxiliary
Karen Black. Bond was set at Nine calls were to people with James M. Cunningham & Kimberly For more information, call the of Bradford Hospital. Inc.
$310.75, he was released on his own respiratory problems and seven | K. Cunningham. Santa Fe Starke Center at 964-5382.
Recent ArrestsIn recognizance. were to cardiac patients. Two calls
were to overdose victims, three to
Bradford AreaThe
obstretic patients and two were people -
following arrests were madein in emotional distress.
Bradford County by local Rescue Answers Five people were dead when the -ffl IO PRICE
unit arrived and five calls were
93 Calls in NovemberBradford cancelled. Three calls were standbyat Ill SALE

Shirley Benard Vinson, 49, of St. County Emergency Ser- structure fires. Alan Uz.M.-ty-WemJy Tony-Llndi TIRElEIMultiMile r
Petersburg was arrested Dec. 8 for vices responded to 93 calls during
introduction of contraband, accor- the month of November according QR-10
ding to Deputy Sammy Eunice. Vin- to Supervisor Cliff Chapman. The quick response unit answered ?
Glass Belted
son was charged after marijuanawas four calls in November, one was a Polyester
found during a body search at Sixty-six calls required the smoke investigation and three were ,
Florida State Prison while she Road Hazard Warranty
was a transporting of 69 patients. to structure fires.
visitor there. Bond was set at $2,000,
she was released on her own 165-800-13 . 25.00 P165.80R-13 . 33.00

recognizance. P185.800-13 . 27.00 P185-75R . 38.00

Jimmie Lee Childers, 40, of +'' R THE PENNYWEIGHT HairplanesOpen P195-80B-14 . 30.00 P195.75R.14 . 38.00

l.uwtey was arrested Dec. 7 for Bulhon.81. P205-75B-14 . 32.00 P205-75R-14 . 40.00P22575R15 '

burglary according to Lt. Glen P225-75B-14 . 36.00 . 45.00
\Moore and Investigator John Tilley. Hwy301 Gold & Silver coiAs
P215.75B-15 . 35.00
Chile ers is chared with breaking into Mon-Sit Oftif Exptos Otc. 31 P235-75R-15 . 47.00
a home, destroying property and g EXCHANGE E'" P225-75B-14 . 36.00 4.00 Balance Each

2000.taking lie money.was released Bond was on his set own at ;. 3 Church SL 106 904)99fi48556eet4hS PERMS P235-75B-15 . 37.00.White. Spoke Wheels 26".sFRONT

recognizance. :z: 'W ( Mint Women Body Curlles : BRAKE SPECIAL
Penny Weight Sell Trade NOW $20 END ALIGNMENT $ OR
Buy 40.00 t.5 .
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I Include Set tester, camber I toe in to (FRONT or REAR) ..'
Samuel L. Williams, 32, of Starkewas HAIRCUTS manufacturers spec. Inspect suspension Replace pads or shoes; reiuruc drums I.
arrested on two separate occasions THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! el! rotors btoed *
; A steering system. For most American or ; pack beirtngt; adjust; .
(Dec. 5& 9)) capias charging yMODEL94' Women $14 $7 .-w1" readiest most American !ruckl.I .
NOW ears. Front wheel drive vehicles snd
worthless checks, according to Lt. --4 Men.Bej.S14 Chevetles extra. Pans extra. Metallic parti outre when rcgdred.. .

John released Dempsey. Williams was MDDEL70XTR FROSTING 10.95 4 HEAVY DUTY: SHOCK i
after cash bonds
were M*UMOtM 3030M si is 70 ETTT IEATNENWIONT 11IrO.'EEE/,1101
posted. ( .MTU AtMHI UCCT JO*WIN,351 WIN .. :110: 11 oa ftE .... Elm a Men'Woml". . . . NOW $20 I 'IV.'SJ Most Cars & SCQ.QR II I/
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Steve G. Cornwall, 37, of Bradford U".CY"D 30-30 1021OY-.3.10 low_0.BOO WIN* .MO.VAMMMT m *
County was arrested Dec. 6 for wore .4ANOtBEJECT ITO 11 YN0,1f'IIt .'..It X.I.JMOAOOStfOOKMMlMTS( | p11a
thless check according to Investigator ..4 ANQLC EJECT KTN 30-30 401NOT. a"1N. .,leW M. nitTflftumiEK. >*tCUMAa 4MWN $510 a e.Sie. . . . NOW6aN M
David Aderholt. He was 2..,M 01100 -N/ US 301 Temple Ave. 964-6436 1
released after restitution was made Financing (Formerly SUrte Firestone) :_;. '.]
and $45.50 court costs was paid. ..... 964-4645 starve
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following individuals were arrested YOUTH WIHCHOKI 2O2THANOE I..I SO
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Gordon W. Baker was arrested "......., IIOA VENTNII tf'' WlNCMOKB tOOA 7t300MTNDEEROUM VINTRlSlNCMOMff .0110.,.30

Dec 8 for driving while license M' 'ENDERtHI CVL If J4.,*StUOBAHREl.....OeuTTSTOCwCMJISEROII'BTAJMlESSfMXCE sRISONT.'. 61170 027170
suspended (DWLS), according to tf.. CVL.lEAO'RONT8TAIHE3SOLICI Calm
Patrolman Michael Spears. Baker Ian CVL.527.0 eAO RONT SOMT CNUntNONIP(020OmIW, ( .,'..SOHTS 01711YAINTISSr000ET1nCVL 1IIriITAINLESHARM,1
was released after a $210 surety IS C"RlFLESKIHTSl*>tSTOiaR<*>MAmMf SJ13 Ml) 11911

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Starke Santa Fe Offers


Beginning Acting CourseOne 'I for

of the highlights the upcoming The 33 different classes offer a
Winter Term at the Santa Fe wide variety of day and night sub- Wednesday, December 25
Community College Starke Center is jects. Classes may be taken to work
a credit course in 'Beginning toward a degree or for enjoyment or from
Acting,' designed to help the student enrichment. i Serving 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
understand that acting is observation Registration is currently under
imitation and communication.Other way daily from 8a.m.to4p.m.inthe
classes of special interest Starke Center at the new campus in Garden Fresh Salad Bar
d include First Aid, New Testament, the old courthouse.
Accounting, Economics and a The Winter Semester begins Turkey w/dressing, Giblet Gravy o 0
.. LY course in Ethics which examines the January 7 and ends May 1. '
l moral problems of our day from a For information on applications or Baked Ham w/raisin sauce .
philosophical point of view. Three registration, please call Lila Yawn, Candied Yams
different computer classes are also Administrative. Secretary, at Garden Peas
being offered. 964 5382
Whipped Potatoes Ambrosia

a d Broccoli w/cheese sauce b q

Bread Pudding w/Lemon Sauce ,

t Choice of Beverages
Eddie Starlingis I

Juniors Party... All You Care to Eat ... .
Costumes ranged from a 1120's! flapper to an Indian princess at the readyto Children Under 12
Birthday-Halloween Party given by Junior Troop 60S. Half Price $
Shown left to right is Niki Moody, Amy Parrish,Candi Norman,Audrey Save You Moneyon a 9 Children Under 3 5 9 5 c
TUdale Michelle lodges Stephanie Clark. FREEReservations p
Second row; Amy Kankin, Janet Hepburn. Sonja Norman. Chistie a Car or Truck a., o
Clark, Jennifer Johns. OLDSMOBILE or CHEVROLET Suggested for 5 or More o
Third row; Sarah Looney. Sharie Rowe Shantel Hitch
Moody, Stephanie Sellers Amy King. 4'bi New or Used Regular Menu Available 5-8 p.m.
Back row; Diane Moody,assistant leader,and Shannon Abrams,senior *
aide. Call Eddie Today! ECONO LODGE
Seated In front is Amanda l.mmey. a
Strawberry Patch Restaurant
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matted to the Bradford County ..
T.legroph offic. In writing and paid In
advance unless credit Is. already FOR SALE CARS TRUCKS

eslabli&hed with this office. '
YARD SALE Sat. 12/14 9 til. Sun. 12/13.
CAMPER 197S 35' fifth wheel American
2 tll. 301 by Lowtey Satellite, off Hwy :
loaded with extras Beautiful
Traveler with 20 ft. awning fully self-
125. Antique glass baby Items, several offer. 9648809. 10/10
contained 533-2"". Call
families 12/12 price neg.
THE TELEPHONE. Itchg THUNDERBIRDi 1981 Ford, royal blue, all
SAT. DEC. ..., 9 tll ?? Clothes, odds, after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfnBRADFORD
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 white Int., AC, cruise, tilt steering AT
then 10 cents for each word thereafter ends, some crafts. miles N. of Starke, SALES LIMEROCK with overdrive. 47,000 orlg. miles. On. LREALTY
near Thonl' Itchg 12/12 owner Call 533.2403 after 6 p.m. TF
MOBILE HOMES 4 FAMILIES, Friday and Sot. 9 til. Lots of Llmerock ft Fill Dirt 1910 CADILLAC Sedan DeVllle: I owner,
toys, clothes, and household Items.919N. 20 yd. semi-loads only 47,000 miles. White with leather seats, PHONE 96 .7776
Phone 712-3172 5/23
FOR SALEFOR Thompson St. Itchg 12/12 tfchg wire wheels 964-8009, 3 [
2 FAMILIES Fri/Sat. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on STORE OUGHT, Furniture for sale at 2tpd 12/12 p.m. 205 N, Temple Starke
Grlffls SE 30th Ave. Household Doublewlde Home Center located
Loop 1971 VW BEETLE, good condition. CECELIA TERWILLEGAI.
SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In
North on 301 Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not
Items, clothes, rugs, toy. Sean air 12/12
good Some to with."c.A.C.cond.Pin.$2700.4500 M.H. each Park hockey game 4x7, Tupperware, curtains trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg 1171CJ5 JEEP excellent condition. Usedon Today and always, may God bestow his love on you.
FOR SALE Store furniture for
: bought
196.2366.1/25 tfnchg. heater, bumper pool table, sale at Olin. Home Center located on highway only. $3693. PHone The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation of our
walkle talkies, hit and her coat slie 44,
9646350. 12/5 2tpd 12/12
15 USED MOBILE HOMES Mobile. Make offer Sale on boys coat sire M, girls tricycle, tools, Highway 100 West This Is not trailer 1W VOLKSWAGEN new engine, $500. progress. ......_ _
all. Olln's Home
on. or furniture. 6/13 tfnchg
new carpet 23x12, miscellaneous I Baa| Bug $200.961.5092.12/3 2t 12/12
904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchgIf7t
Items, exercise bike. Itpd 12/12 giant SPECIAL
1171 CHEVROLET station
12x40 Guerdon Statler 2BR bath, wagon, very
14 ft., galvanized, $289.95. Christmas
very good condition clean, unfurnished SEVERAL ITEMS Christmas decorations, layaway. $2$ down. 1.752.1999 Lake good condition. OR exchange for smallcar. STUCCO ft STONE on SR 230E, approx. 1646 sq. ft., 38R _
(jewelry' some tools. 316 St. Clair St.
$5,500. 9647512. 10/3 TF Friday and Saturday. Itpd 12/12 City. 10/24 lOtpd 12/23 DODGE.964-4966 TRUCK after, LWB 7:30, hover p.m.tall Itpd 12/12 28a. CH/A, only 5 yrs. old. Selling price $54,900. If you
24x65 DW on 3 acres. 3BR 2Ba CH/A. XMAS TREES Choose and live ramps.winch .
cut tree
TF GARAGE SALE Saturday 10.3 p.m. Rood all metal 318 engine. 8.25x20 qualify for HFA loan you can assume a $45,038.45 more
Phone 9648399.
$29,500 16 and 230 on NE 13th St. Itpd 12/12 from 2000 shaped pine and cedar.
tires. Itpd 12/12 11 Vi %.
OWNER MUST SELLI I Land and home GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE Clothing, 1-1OW to Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. tgage
174 DODGE standard
Pickup shift
$250 down, owner financing girls 10-12, Juniors, ladles, mens; Mary., go 12 ml. N. on Hwy 125, watch condition. excellent -
17528082. 12/5 4tchg 12/26 shoes; popasan chair; other household for signs. 2597703. 11/21 Stpd 12/19 12/12 running 7823325. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
LEASE WILL BUY OPTION: No cash need FRENCH PROVINCIAL bedroom suite Itchg
Items. Lawtey, corner 200A and NW ,
WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Efficient 2'year old
ed. Several models. 17528082. 12/5 Energy
57th Ave. near Tatum Sawmill. Satur twin size. Good condition. 964-6186
4tchg 12/26 day 8:30 til. Itpd 12/12 after 4 p.m. 12/3 2tpd 12/12 HELP WANTEDFULL cedar & stone home with handsome great room, cathedral

MUST SELL 1985 REPOS. $400 down or SATURDAY only 9 a.m. tll? Badcock SEVERAL ITEMS 300 lb. York Boor $125; ceilings, stunning fireplace, approx. 1900 sq. ft., mammoth
trade 17528082. 4tchg
anything. Furniture Store corner Large selection. four awning-type windows 36x62 complete bath other
master bedroom with king-sized adjoining plus two
available Tiffin
12/26 Scholarship ERA
., Itchg 12/12 $20 ea.; 55 gal. drums with top ana
1985 3BR, Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. bedrooms & bath with door all this on
DOUBLEWIDE MHi Kimberly CARTER RD. IN LAWTEY Sat. Dec. 14 and out, $3.50 ea; 32 gal. Rubbermaid garbage Layfayett garage magic opener
2Ba garden tub In master bath. Utility Sat. Dec. 21. 12/12 2tpd 12/19 containers $12 ea; free chickens, St. 964.5065 7/4 tfn over an acre of beautiful land. Access to Lakewood boat-ramp i
room and dining room. Small down U-catch. Call 782.3635 Itpd 12/12 TYPISTS $500 weekly at home Write
THREE FAMILIES lawtey. Take left on and dock and great fishing on Crosby Lake. Saved the best
take over payments. old. P.O. Box 975, Elizabeth, NJ 07207. TF
payment 123 off 301, to first dirt road to left. Fri. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES 6 wks Shots
9646379. 12/5 2tchg 12/12 day and Saturday. Itpd 1212LOSTFOUND and wormed. Ready to choose from for ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND "part for last-- a true value at $65,0001
MUST SELL 1983 Fleetwood MH 14x70, Christmas. 964-5630 after 5 p.m. Itpd HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Do you know KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Living quarters on dock also
3BR, 2Ba CH/A, cathedral ceilings and where can find a part-time
12/12 you careerIn 3BR 2 Ba, beautiful home completely remodeled, plus second
gar Jen tub. Excellent condition SINGER ATHENA 2000i Touchtone electronic plumbing, carpentry masonry
964-4155. 12/12 4tpd 1/3 sewing machine, makes all fang metal fob, and h.avy equip oper. that home for family, guests or rental, several other buildings, all .

1964 MOBILE HOME good shape, 3 BR, LOST RED MARE HORSE mane clipped stitches and buttonholes Reg. $899 offers a steady paycheck, promotion well maintained. Owner financing.

2500. 9648484. 121211MOTORCYCLES_ back hoof old and split. If found call balance due $327 or $20 per month skill training, life Insurance, and a GI FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN 330 acres adjoining Camp

Jail House In Stork. 8/8 tfn with good credit. Will deliver. bill for college? In the 202 Civ Eng Sq Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Owner financing.
LOST, Blue star sapphire with 2 chip 17251997. 12/12 4tchg 1/3 Fla. Air National Guard. These are
diamond. Friday or Saturday Dec. 6-7 TIRES B WHEELS Four 14" tires with military positions. For more Info call INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
of REWARD. white spoke Chevy rim. two 15" VW MSG Carl Sievers, Jr., Mon-Frl. Call Good land
1915 ATC 200X HONDA 3 wheeler, In vicinity Camp Blanding. ; plus highway frontage. $1,000 an acre.

1700. OBO. Good condition. 782.3333 Call 12/12 Karen 533.3369 or 9646932. Itchg tires Itchg; 1212MICIOWAVI two 14" chrome mags. 964-5999 collect THEIR 9045333386.BEST. 11/285tpd JOIN AMERICANSAT 1/2 HANDSOME ft PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba, brick, Country Club, lot
8/8 tfn
OVEN Tappan, family NURSING ASSISTANTS needed at 478x310, paved driveway, 2 car garage, fireplace, range,

size, 3 yr. warranty. L.ft In layaway Whispering Pines Core Center Coll refrig., DW central vacuum, hi-fi system, drapes ft blinds,

still In box. Balance $237, or $20 per Susan Cook at 9646220. 12/5TF plus hot tub. Assum. Mortgage of $50,000, 8.75% Interest:
ERA TIFFIN & OWENS, INC. ra month. Fr. delivery. 17251997. EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time ham.
12/12 4tchg 1/3 assembly work. For Info. call Owner will hold second mortgage.

RCA XL100 25" COLOR Remote TV $799 504-641-8003 .xt. 9579. 12/5 4tpd eow .BARGAIN: Frame home, two acres, swimming pool. $15.000.

originally. Balance $348 or $28 per 1/16 WATERFRONT LOT-SAMPSON LAKE: Owner financing on lot
month. Free delivery 17251997. SECRETARY 45wpm minimum filing
12/124tchg 1/3 letter writing, some proof-reading. approx. 1oox2oo.

m I[ 964.50651 KEROSENE HEATER portable 1500 RTU. Spanish helpful, but not required .29 GOOD ACRES: 1 ml W. of Lawtey on CR 225. 15% down,

$50. 964-4002. Itchg 12/12 9645397. Itpd 12/12 owner will finance remainder for 20 yrs. at 10%.
ANTIQUE buffet hutch, dry sink and tea HAIRDRESSER NEEDED experienced and
REALTOR cart. Phone 964-5007 days or 964-4471 following preferred. 964-6777. Itchg .A JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home in city with little

eves. Itchg 12/12 12/12 yard to keep up. Approx. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR, 2Ba,

a hoes WOOD SPLITTER on trailer, 20 hp motor COCKTAIL WAITRESS for New Years Eve spacious LR with fireplace, gracious Fla. room, utility room,
Cost $3,000, sell for $1.600 firm. 7 p.m. to closing. Phone 9647771. Itpd
4681098. Itpd 12/12 12/12 skylights, 2 uti!, bldgs, privacy fence. $55,000.

OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I 300 AMP WELDER Hobart, on trailer, LEAD GUITARIST for Country Western DAIRY QUEEN: $89,900. Approx. 169' on 301. Bldg. being sold

$1,800 firm. 4681098. Itpd 12/12 Band. Auditions Thursday, Friday "as is". Approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also, 12,700 sq. ft. pavement.
MEAT RABBITS duck and turkeys. Monday.9 a.m. to 2 p.m.964.777I.ltpd
Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 468-1399. Itpd 12/12 12/12 SAMPSON LAKE: 1.91 acres: 3BR 2Ba CB, 68000. With 20%


RESIDENTIALCAN 750 W. Madison. 9645890. 12/12 2tchg ): Pay grade 14, Bi-weekly salary WALK TO EVERYTHING: 431 Center St., 3BR 2Ba, $24,300.

SIGNS I I Deluxe flashing arrow signs. range school$548.57-S853.37, Requirementshigh 533 PRATT ST.: 38R IBa, $18,150.
diploma or equivalent and
$245 complete ($23 monthly, save
$279)). Factory direct warranty. 2 yes of experience In the occupationor CORNER LOT: 3Yi ACRES, Rd. 100 W & Rd. 235 3BR, IBa MH

I Delivered without obligation for In area being taught. Career Service plus office bldg. 30x30, well, 2 septic tanks 50000. Was a

spection. Factory toll free Benefits.Employment An with State of Florida successful car operation/residence combo. Owner retired. i
Equal Opportunity/Afflr-
1-800-621-4302 ANYTIME. Sian. L.T.D. 'motive Action Employer Apply to: D.E. OWNER FINANCED: 615 N. Church 5..: CcVSBft IV Ba, appr.oec..11 i "w..b

ASSORTED PASTRY SHOP. CHISTMAI 750 W..COOKIE Madison. *fc rter.. Personnel Manager Lawtey 1705 'sq. ft., ,CH/A,' large flarajie, lot 157.5x105, fenced Sail'

964-5890. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 't rr.ctlonalln.tltutlon, P.O. Box 229.Lawt.y. backyard. If you have $7,500'owner wlll'fl' &ld'ht'mottgoge"C' U1IHT .
Fla. 32058. 12/12
riM' 31 a'a; 'sPp/cV ELECTRONIC ORGAN 49.99 per month. PART-TIME: National Itchg apparel company and you pay balance in 20 yrs at 12%. .

No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn seeks reliable COUNTRY LIVING CB 3BR 2Ba .86
Individual to service : on acre, range, refrig
$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn stores month. In Car local required.area.No One Send per DW remain with home, also storage bldg. and tractor. Selling

COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke letter or resume to: Service Rep, 2101 price $49,500.ENERGY ._.
Truck Stop, south of Stork. 9648212. Belvedere Avenue, Charlotte, N.C. EFFICIENT: Brick 4BR (one BR 14x20)). 1V4 baths, on

Mti. .11/24 tfnFIREWOOD and 28205. EOE 12/12 2tpd 12/19 V4 acre, LR, DR-kitchen combo, den with fireplace. Well insulated
scrap oak pine, no
.. 18 In. 12 In. $15 per load. Oak TRUCK DRIVERS: DRIVE WITH PRIDE I Apply : Carrier heat pump, average utility bill $60 mo.
4x4x27" '/ cord $35. Bradford ARC In person at POOLE TRUCK LINE, Located SR 16E. 45000.
YOU BELIEVE! This brick home priced In the $40Vlnclud.ifamily 9647699. 11/21 IFTRAVELTRAILER,1980 2241 Detroit Blvd., Pensacola, Fl. Mudlive
within 200 miles of Pensacola.EOE. WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Ter
room with glass sliding doors, large fleldstone fireplace Coachman Deluxe
within city limit. Call for your private showing today! 32 ft. 5000. Call 468-1000 after 5 p.m. fcan 240.SEMI.DRIVER race In the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view, 4BR,
12/5TF TRAINING Earn big bucks- 2Ba approx. 2000 sq. ft. Motivated Seller.

*LAKE ACCESS plus swimming pool, nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick veneer TRAMPOLINES! boat shelters, portable Local drive big and trucks.national D.O.T.lab certification.placement BRICK DUPLEX: Now rented, have positive cash flow, good

house with beautiful oaks. ALL THIS FOR $64,900. building. Financing available. Handl- assumable mortgage. Owner will take second for
301 S. assistance. Correspondence/Resident mortgage
Portable ,
*COUNTRY LIVING at Its best, 3 bedroom, 1 bath family room with House 964.88/8.12/5 Buildings, 12/26 training. Eligible Institution for federal good client
Starke, 4tchg .
beautiful fireplace, sunken living room, kitchen furnished with nice appliances SOLID OAK bunk beds with one bunkle. aid, GSL. Call 18002519042.( United * *
on 1 acre Truck Master. Resident Training: Tampa -
$150. 964-7673 after 6 Itpd 12/12 EVENINGSBILL
REDUCED large 2 story cypress home near Lake Alto with fireplace, spiral p.m. Bahla. Florida. fcon 241
stairway lots of decking and porches, your very own fish pond over 2 ac..... $25 '0. 496-3050 after 5 p.m. 12/12 DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964.4319
*CHURCH STREETI large story frame and versatile CB building now being 4tpd 13"PETTY HOMESFOR IRVING CLARK.JR. 964.7188 JOHN GREENE 533-2121

used as a nursery, has over 2200 sq. ft. BOONE", Call 964-7343 from 8-5 SALE WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454

*JUST OFF BESSENT RD< large 2BR 2 bath well-built brick veneer kitchen days or 964.6697 eves. 12/12 Stpd CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964-7408 RANDY CORY 475.2597
equipped many extras, barn, sheds greenhouse, pecan trees, with creekat 12/26 3 BR I'/ BA HOME Saratoga Hts., corner --.. .
back of property SEVERAL ITEMS 1978 motor home, low lot. Enclosed garage, CHSA. Phone

*PRIVACY GALORE on this 5 acre farmette with extras everywhere. In. mileage, good condition; table and 6 964.8652.3/21 tin -
eluding privacy fence, decking around house, barn corral greenhouse, nice chair.; wood heater, good condition; WOODEN HOUSEi20x20, tin roof, blocked .
landscaping. You must see this house! Call today. OWNER ANXIOUS and swivel rocker. 7823402. Itpd 12/12 up ready to move $500, 431-1050 tfn
will offer terms for a qualified buyer. MOVINGII! Dishwasher, typewriter, CB HOME 2BR 1 bath, good location i.i

*COUNTRY LIVING 3 bedroom on 8'/i acres, fenced, owner will pay closing new sewing machine, office ci.Iec.typ.writ.r. and condition. $3,5 down. Baloon
12%. $300 Balance 5
cost. Only 39900. garbage disposal, $18,0at per mo.

*THREE BEDROOM nice location In town, remodeled Only $17,000 TERMS. weedeater Ig. stereo speakers, gas yrs. Some parts neg.). I1/28TF to fit budget. CARPENTER
ladlesbike 964-8251 (keep trying
*PERFECTION: In this colonial charmer completely remodeled and moder grill yard swing hairdressers w/canopy, roller BY OWNER nearly new 3/1, just out of

nized. Double fireplaces In living room and guest bedroom, family room gym Chinese outfit table 964-8995. Itpd town. CH/AC. Good location, nice lot. RODNEY L. CARMICHAEL .
sun porch all the extras. Call for appointment 964.5997.12/5 2tpd 12/12
*COUNTRY PEACE in this slnglewide mobile home on 2.5 acres on private SELLING OUTII Mary Kay Cosmetics, THREE BEDROOM 2 bath home, CH/A, Maintenance Repair,
25% discount. Call Debra Norman
road. 9648849. Itchg 12/12 FP, ceiling fans Ig. screen porch, on 6 Carpentry ft Plumbing

*STARTER HOME) on 1.69 acres between Starke and Keystone. Call now. MUST SELLI portable spa acrylic marble, acres with pecan trees. In city onGelger Free Estimate 9044o2t.
Southslde Elem.
Good assumoble Rd.
mortgage. 4 to choose from. Complete with near _..... _.
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*LOVELY LOT with Immaculate mobile Phone 9645876. 12/5TF
heater, filter, air blower, jets, coveredIn .
2700 ft. 4'/4 .
Affordable price! FOUR BEDROOM sq. acre.Small --- --
*CITY CONVENIENCE In this 3 bedroom home In newer subdivision, walkto 1-781-8824 cedar eves.cabinet.12/12 2tpd Very 12/19 sharp. equity take ov.r payments or BUY DAD A GARAGE FOR CHRISTMAS,

schools and shopping. trade. 9644098. Itpd 12/12 .. -

*BEST VALUE price reduced for quick sale CB, 3 bedroom, 1 bath family COOKIE ft CANDY- TRAYS PASTRY MIAMI STONE HOME 3BR 3 baths, $6\.80 $2766.00 plus set up and tax s'l2'2..
SHOP 750 W. Madison. 964-5890. fireplace, large situated on 5
fireplace 1.63 $35,000. ratio
room on acre.
12/12 2tchg 12/19._ In city Bessent Rd. 'DoWn Payment Month
*GRAHAM, CR 223 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, CH/A, flr.plac.'A acres
ROLLS OF HAY Buy your hay now and 964-3240 after 5:30: p.m. weekdays,
acre, convenient to Gainesville or Stark. store It In my barn until you need It. anytime weekends. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 12x24 Handl-House garage with mobile home and roll-up

fenced*DELIGHTFUL HOME warm fireplace and hardwood floors with chain link 6V4 miles N. of Starke on 16, toward REMODELED 2BR home on V4 acre. Shed, door, flooring, tongue and groove plywood over 2x6sori 16"
prison. Bahia $20/roll Alicia privacy fence, screened porch pecan '
*HOT FAMILY INVESTMENT two story home just minutes from Jacksonville $23-$25/roll, at barn. Delivery avail. trees. 33000. 9648482. 12/12 2tpd centers over 3 skids, lights, and plugs. 20 year corrosion

large family room, fireplace, pool, fully equipped kitchen and pool on for extra charge. Call 782-3727 after 5 12/19 .guarantee on aluminum, free color matching. r

1 very lovely acre. p.m. or 9646167. 12/5TF THREE BEDROOM 1 bath front porch Payments based on 48 months with an:annual percentage

QUARTERHORSE Gelding registered, 4 window AC gas heater, range. YOU rate of 20.75% to qualified buyers, single life ft dlsabllltyjn.
BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE yr. old with tack $750. Must see to ap MOVE. Good condition. 6000.
*CLASSY LOT In newer subdivision. OWNER WILL FINANCE. predate 9644570. 12/5 2tchg 12/12 964.8921. Itpd 12/12 eluded. ,
*YOUR.OWN PEACE OF LAND 1 acre In subdivision country atmosphere FRUIT CAKES'no'cltra, no peel. PASTRY 964-8848 Handi-House Portable Buildings "

*JUST PAST HOSPITAL appro IVt acre to build your dream home with a SHOP, 750 W. Madison. 964-5890. LAND FOR SALE 301 South Starke .
variety of beautiful trees. 12/12 2tchg 12/19
ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Rood no
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COMMERCIAL OAK FIREWOOD cut split and down payment $75 p.r mo. Call
*COMMERCIAL OR LIGHT INDUSTRIAL USE OVER 12,000 SQUARE FEET OF delivered. S7$ per cord. Rick's Lawn 964-3606. 10/4 tfn -
today. -jendrsjl' SvMiiD; LOTS B ACREAGE 20 percent down,
*BANK REPO'S AVAILABLE We have properties available now at less than tr :=:'.;;;-? : cookies, cakes, balance In five years, financing by 215 E CALL ST
appraiser's value. Residential commercial or acreage. Call for an appointment cupcakes. PASTRY SHOP, 750 W. owners 9646853. 12/13 tfn. OF NORTH FLORIDA STARKE, PL-
to discuss these opportunities. Madison. 964.5890.12/12 2tchg 12/19 ACRE LOn Pleasant Grove Settlement 964 6766

SPECIAL VALUE! Commercial unit |just. across. from Bradford Square., 10% OFFII flashing arrow signs $269. (3,300. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call FIREPeLACES
39800. Lighted non-arrow $249. Unlighted 9645606. 1/03 Hn -

BUSINESS PROPERTY In town from lot to acreage. $199. Free Letters. See locally. ONE ACRE LOTS ON MEMO DAIRY 1001'9oJ. .

9-423.0163 anytime. 800-628-2828, ROAD $3.000, no down payment, $70 .
Susan Faulkner Reddish.REALTOR ext. 304. $200 off Indoor LED moving per mo. Coil:! 964-3606.1/03 tfn SS

Sales Manager- Evening,44-404S message center. Free graphic., Icon LOT IN CITY, $6.000. Call 964.5764; after -.ass.

REALTOR ASSOCIATES 5solL?4-52 L.3/07 tfn SKU1iERS t' .
Irene 1.Faulkner 44-SI42 ,
Susanne Kitchen 944-7430 Bob Matthew 94472B1leu .

Young 944-7523 lee Hardenbrook 473-7S44 Tim's Custom Cabinets -- '. 1
*'* Cabinets CUT.BRICK Nsps
*Surfacing STONE; t> dg "
471-7144 *All Types, Cabin Work ,*Remodeling stucco coQum. C>" w1MLDOWS ;

* Also Any Type Drywall Work OPEN OR CLOSED SCREEN ROOMS ';


.>'u:> Rental*Available Free $:Estimate ., FOR HOMES' I I'
"'f v" Carol Werner.. REALTOR ASSOC. 'CaIl9U.6238 Tim Thompson A MOBILE HOMES FREE ESTIMATES %1 1t
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MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK TWO and BEDROOM 2 bath LR. DR kitchen MOBILI HOMES for rent. One or two ONE ACM In Big Tree Lokes. $100 MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series
Mobil. Homes and family room garage $323 month. REWARD. Black male Labrador mixed.
for rent. bedrooms down
spaces furnished assume of $79
and last or unfurnished. payment p.r organ with double keyboard base
1st. in
Recreational vehicles Walking Lost Nov. 7 SR-100 and ImmokaleeRd.
welcome. Phon. $150 month. Coll 'month. 1.641.7310 after 4 on
964.7490.9/16 fin distance from shopping 964-6718 after5p.m. chg 4737560. 10/10 tfn 11/21.12/12 p.m. 4tchg pedals and rhythm section $795. Call Andwers to "Minor." Call 473-7162.
473.2210 weekday or 473.4648
12/l22tpd 12/19
EFFICIENCIES, studios and on. BR opart- SMALL 31R HOUSI with three MUST SELL! 1985 Repos, $400 down or CATTLE/HORSE FARM 138 acres In weekends for appointment to see tfn Itchg 12/12
ments. electricity Included. Low weekly acres trade south Alabama. 75X Ranch .
anything. 1-752-8082. 4tpd open. WURLITZER spinet piano excellent con
North 301 Starke. $175 month with
monthly rats Palm. Apartments, p.r 12/5-26 home overlooks 5 acre lake. Hay dition. 1000. Cherry mahogany. HOUSES FOR SALELOG
2314 N. Temple Ave. tfn $100 12/12 security deposit 473-4993. Itpd LEASE WITH BUY OPTION No cash barn. Long private drive. 130000. Phone 4733752. tfnchg 8/29

NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR. 2 THREE BEDROOM house off SR 100 East needed Several models. 17528082. 23% down, 30 yr owner financing. DELF-BLEAU dishes from Holland. HOMES Over 40 rustic model to
BA apt. For more Information call Lake 9645116. 12/12 4tpd 12/5-26 Call Now: Metcalf Real Estate, Various pieces 473-2347. ask for Curt. choose from. Send for FREE

Butler Apt. 4963141. Equal Oppor- TRAILER SPACI Itchg FOR RENT All hook-ups OWNER MUST SELL Land and home. Inc., P. O. Box 1315, Andalusia, AL 2tchg 12/5.12 BROCHURE. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES
tunlty Housing. 6/7 tfnchg available. T.mpl. Motel 964-7337 $250 down. Owner financing. 36420. ((205) 2223142. Itchg; fcan TRAVEL TRAILER 1971 Trallblazer 19'/ Route One, Box 84CF Moss, Tennessee
ONI BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N, 12/12TF 1-752-8082. 4tpd 12/5.26 feet long AC self-contained. All 38373. 18002313695. Itchg fcan
Temple Ave. In downtown' PERSONAL SERVICES
Starke. FOUR BEDROOMunfurnished ha,,... MOBILE HOME for sale by owner Large hookups Included. 4737782. Itpd
$5a$73/week Including utilities Nod.posits $350/mo. 315 N. Walnut St., 964-B404. V acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR, 2 bath 12/12 LAND FOR SALE
required. 964-3139 or 12/124tchg1/3 mobile home. CH/A central water CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work FRENCH PROVENCIAL Bedroom suite.

964.6566.10/3 TF THREIIEDROOMS. 2 baths, CH carport furnished new carpet, front and rear kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Triple dresser mirror head and footboard LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500.
2 BR
MOBILE HOMI close to city. Nopets. tile floors.9644080. Itchg 12/12 deck, owner financing. 4681323. Reasonable prices Call 473.4018 after night stand, desk, bookshelvesand Owner will finance. $164 per month.
$190 a month plus deposit. ..<
2 4681323.BR MOBILE 10/3 TF $200 per month, utilities Included. MOBILE HOME FOR SALEi 3 BR, 2 baths. CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In..tallallon. $400. 473-3622. 2tchg 12/12-19 LOT FOR SALI Keystone Heights readyto
HOME close
to city. $85we.klv 9647253. Itpd 12/12 doublewlde, CH/A, nice lot with lak. .. Free estimates Ten years BUNK BED 20" Girls Bike. Phone move on. Power, well septic and

4681323. 10/3 Including TF utilities Call FOR RENT ON HAMPTON LAKES 2 ace.... $25,000 owner financing. experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for 473.2615ltpd 12/12 fence. 6499. 392-09BS or 473-3024.

LARGE MOBILE HOMI LOT Concrete bedroom screened porch utilities In. 4732566. 12/12 2tpd 1219FOUND Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13
cluded. Call 468.1777 or 9645888. Itpd FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE reflnlshlng.Hand .to "-
patio water furnished close to prison. O
12/12 rubbed oil finishes Call Jac r
95mo. 964-7330 or 4681323. 10/3 TF
FURNISHED 12xiS MOBILE HOME furnished waterb- 473-J521. etpd 11/7.12/26
small suitable
ed. $225 per month. $225 deposit Call BABYSITTER IN OAK FOREST AREA $3, 44444040444N4ii00NQUALITY
for on. working person. Part of Andy, 964-7500 9649912. MALE WALKER DOGtattooed in ear. weekly or $1 hourly. Hours 66.
utilities or Cheryl Itpd GIVE A GIFTSUBSCRIPTION
No children CLEANING
no 12/12 Identify and pay for ad. 4737757. tchg 473-2931. 4tpd 12/3-26 I
pets, pl_... Phon.964.5970.11/7 TF 12/12 PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt SERVICE
TWO BEDROOMS I bath house In town.
mildew peeling from homes,
Call WANTED paint TO THE '
904.437.3308 between
8:30-5:30: : YARD SALE driveways, mobile homes. Call Rick CARPETS: Home or Office
Mon-Frl. 11/28 TF
473-2452. 4tchg 12/3-26
DEC. 13 AND 14 9 a.m. till No early
setting on Grlffl Loop. Exc. cond. w. pay fair market prices. W. give Truck mounted deep steam extraction
1 Baby clothes and misc. One
468-2374 after 6
Itchg 12/12 4N4N4N444N4i444iFIREWOOD
p.m. honest weights. We give prompt pay. block behind the Cargo Gas Station. SPECIAL Half off on Scotchguard.
Both ment. Buylng-'Class rings, wedding Itpd 1212BUSINESS C C B CARPET CLEANING TELEGRAPHFOR
2BR unfurnished. $425/mo and bands, broken jewelry, sterling ware, Keystone Heights
285mo. 1.786.6044 Jax. 12/5 4tchg pocket watches, dental gold gold and 473-7770

12/26 liver coins. Ship insured/registered Floors stripped and waxed CHRISTMAS
NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1BR for Immediate cash Shipment held Intact OPPORTUNITIESEUREKA 3tpd 12/12-26 For Sale.

apartments with kitchens, located next pending your approval. Send to.

to station In downtown day. PENNYWEIGHT GOLD AND SILVER LOG HOMES INC., fulfills the MISCELLANEOUSPAC Only $9 per year TREE TRIMMING
Starke. $50-$75 per week. Call EXCHANGE. 106 N. Church St., Starke, American Dream. Your own business
964-S139 days or 964.6566.vss.12/STF 964.8556. Itchg 1212PERSONAL and a beautiful EUREKA LOG HOME Licensed
TWO BEDROOM mobile home on Griff is FOR 19700. Call FREE 1-800-643-8344. RAT- Buy Sell and trade. Used furniture We'll Send A Call for Free Estimates
Loop. $160/mo. $100 security deposit. 1 tchg Icon appliances, household Items,
964.8704 after 5 p.m. weekdays. Itchg SERVICESNEED collectables, glassware, old jewerly Card For You
12/12 tools, etc. 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 964-7758

MOBILE HOMEi clean 2 BR. stove, frig A TUTOR All subjects K-8 Certified CEDAR CEDAR CEDAR Curio boxes,
AC secluded private drive In pine., Teacher 533.2901 after 7 p.m. TF FOR RENT mantels, paneling lumber TSG, Call 964.6305

garden space, picnic area. 3VI miles N. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free roughcut or planed chips and aromatic for more information
US 301. AI Young Vacuum. 9646918. estimates, Handy-Man Fence Co. WHITE SANDS LAKE 2 BR furnished. pillow. Call SELECT WOODS, INC. lEnd
Itchg 12/12 Owner Tommy Reddish 964-8559. tfn Available Dec 1. $250 month. 473-2883 or 473.3146.2tpd 12/5.12 .
THREE BEDROOM home convenient to WANT TO DRINK 2497884. 4tpd 11/17-12/19 FLORIDA RED CEDAR CHRISTMAS TREES.

school and shopping district. First plus THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS HOMES FOR RENT 2 or 3 bedroom. Order now for Christmas, $5 and up. =.. + ... .
sec. 964-3377 after 6 p.m. Itchg 12/12 WANT TO STOP 473.2931.4tpd 12/5-26 SELECT WOODS, INC. 475.2885 or of Season Special
ONI BEDROOM apartment with bath THAT'S OURS IN THE COUNTRY. BR. 2 Bath mobile 4733146. 2tpd 12/3-12 $4995
living room and kitchen. let plus sec. Alcoholics Anonymous home. Unfurnished. $310 a month. RAILROAD TIES AND TRESSEL BEAMS .

964.5377 after 6 p.m. Itchg 12/12 96441509444894964621pdthru 4737672. 2tpd 12/12-19 Call SELECT WOODS INC. 475-2883 or Inground swimming pools,, complete
TWO BEDROOM trailer: 1 bath on '/. 11/15 4733146. 2tpd 12/3-12 Installation with filters, motor
acre lot.7 miles South on 301 at SR 221. GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows, FOR RENT Two BR, 1 bath mobile home, BUILDING AN ADDITION OR AN ENTIRE and free chemicals
Phone 468-1777 or 9645888. Itchg etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, 1 / acre lot on private road off Im HOME Make part of It with exposed YARD SALESaturday. 100% Financing No Down Payment

12/12 9646078. Orders also taken in lake mokalee Rd. $225/mo. 4732566. 12/12 wood. Select Woods, Inc. has Pine Dec. 147i30a.m.3p.m. Florida State Certified CompanyPh.

NEAR GRAHAM one bedroom completely Butler 496-3079 and Keystone Heights, 2tpd 12/19 beams, lumber-Honduras Mahogany .
furnished, H and AC $60 p.r 473-4973. 2/26 tfn Rd Oak Camphor Black Walnut 301 S. at Longchamp Subd. 399.5685 Anytime Collect

w..k. 483-1371. Itchg 12/12 BULLDOZER: Wanting to do bulldozer Classified Panelling Cedar Pecky Cypress; TG Sofa bed stereo TV, Atari 5,000 '12"UI2.
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month work. Have 2 bulldozers & looking for Ads Roughtcut or planed; Mantels In Oak BTU window air conditioner much .....
and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- work. 964-5606, 7823333. Ask for Get Results Cherry or Cedar Slab tables of mar.
Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF Mark. 8/8 Ifn Buckeye, Cedar and Redwood. Most

CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On PAINTING B REMODELING quality work other hardwoods available by special

Highway 16 W. Close to prison. at an affordable price. For a free order. If you want choice wood call: VACUUMSALE

964-7530 or "68.1323.10/10 Tfchg estimate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg HELP WANTED"JOIN SELECT WOODS INC. FLORILAND
TWO OR THREI BR mobile home, adults SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines 475-2883 or 473.3146

only no Inside pets. 964-8614 or9647619.il14TF relald. Serving Bradford County for 10years. 2tpd 12/3-12 REALTY
flashing arrow signs.
Bradford Septic Tank Service.
THREE BEDROOM: 1 bath block home. 964-8121.10/17 TFchg sales associates who have above $245 complete ($23 monthly, save 964-7700 NEW & USEDWe
overage expectations of earnings and $279)) Direct 393 N. T:mpl. A.o.
$330/mo. Edward. Rd. ((100A). BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 old Factory warranty.
mo. wish to receive above V.rnl.p. Odom
964-3606. 11/21 TF average oppor Delivered without obligation for In Finance Our Own
home Mon.-Thurs. 6:30: Thornton
tunities. Watson Realty is expandingand Joy Anoelo'o.Lo.
toll free KIRBYS
ONE BEDROOM furnl.hed.5175mo. spection. Factory
apartment am.330: 9648290. 12/5 2tchg .
p.m. Is offering extensive training
No pets, 964-3276. Apply 12/12 programs 1-800-621-4302 anytime. Signs L.T.D. ROYALS
downs In -4O3cjN. Walnut' St. Itpd and full time management. Expect tchg) Icon ..-'/. ac to IV ac- $500. EUREKAS
? "WIN WITH WATSON"...Call for '
THREE 12/1 jj JEDROOM- bajriet.HOUSE'Vr.ia.WI.rln Woldo lot, ,T&SrfcV.: 'Wt.,T SP, -TiO HOME"W.!;] DECORATORw"Mod a u' confidential to fnt.rvl.w?'473.48r6. 0.0",61W.ov.r .St'4' 12691 OFF"1 1 I' lighted It '"." Flashing"non-arroW arrow'$249 signs"r ,I.Commercial lon4 on,30l,3oulb'""'Building.. fo .o.-Call_}far:+.. .,.- '? 'ELECTRbLIX HOOVERS vpw.$! _,..- ...r

stove, refrig, fenced yard. $200 per 9645890.: 12/12 2tchg 12/19 4tchg 12/5-26 Unlighted $199. (Free letters) See details. FILTER QUEENS
1st last and $100 locally. ((800)) 4230163. anytime. ((800)) SEARS
mo. securltry HONEST REliABLE to dohousecleanlng. LETTERS FROM HOMEI I Send self- 2.39 Acres, In city 3 BR, 2 BA, brick
person 628.2829. ext. 504. $200 off Indoor LED
deposit. 468-1509.12/12 2tchg 12/19 home, most desired area. Ready to COMMERCIALWe
Have references addressed stamped envelope for In.
centers! Free
TWO OR THREE BR all moving message
apartment sell. Coll for more details repair all makes
4311010. 12/5 .tchg 12/26 formation/application. Associates,
graphics! Itchg Icon
Church utilities paid.St. Can$300 be p.r shown month. 106 N. BABYSITTING I would like to babysit In Box 93-B. Rosselle, NJ 07203. lOtpd SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks- .Less than 2 Years Old: Brick home In Al

964-8556. 12/26 anytime. my home days. No age limit 9647321. 12/12.2/13 Drive Big Trucks. D.O.T. certification country with 6 or more acres. Young'sSince
12/123tchg 12/5 3tchg 12/19 CHRISTIAN PERSON for a part-time local and National Job Placement 0181 Acres, good hunting woods,
SIX ROOM HOUSE for Rd. 227.
9645559. 12/12 rent on DAY LABOR FOR HIRE If you need help secretary position Must have Assistance. Correspondence/Resident some owner financing. 1957

FOR RENT OR Itchg SALE Like new 3BR blockhouse around the house or on the job call secretarial skills. If Interested send Training. Eligible Institution for Federal 020 Minutes from Gainesville High C 964.6918

2.6 Rent $300. 964.5139 days or 964.6566 eves. resume to Personnel Committee Trinity Aid GSL. Call 1.800.251.9042. UNITED dry land, highway frontage, ..*
964-5443.on Itpd 12/12 ocr. Reasonable dally rates. 12/STF Baptist Church. P. O. Drawer 1099, TRUCK MASTER. Resident Training: cellent owner financing good for Miles north or
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes Keystone Hgts., FL 32656. Deadline for Tampa, Florida. Itchg fcan subdividing. Starke on US 301
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES cleaned, oiled and adjusted $15. Used receipt of resume is December 23,
sewing machines for sale James 1985. 2tchg 12/12-19

Strickland, corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy TRUCK DRIVERS! DRIVE WITH PRIDE I

16, Starke. 9648733. 12/3TF Apply in person at: POOLE TRUCK LINE, Classified Ads
WILL LIVE IN and do light housekeeping.No 2241 Detroit Blvd., Pensacola FL. Must CYPRESS MULCH
MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 units In Get Results
lifting. 4737390. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 live within 200 miles of Pensacola.
Keystone, house also. 25.000 down EOE. Itchg Icon
net 20000. advantages. GINGERBREAD HOUSES & Cookie Trees & PINE BARKYou
373-4792. 10/248tpd 12/12 PASTRY SHOP. 750 W. Madison

GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALEi $10.000down. 9645890. 12/12 2tchg 1219I
OWNER will finance and supply I WILL PAY TOP DOLLAR for stamps! I pick-up or We deliver

merchandise on consignment need any stamps, collections, accumulations Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery
1904.3731917 11/28 TF envelopes, old postcardsor Plumbing Supplies
OWN YOUR OWN beautiful discount anything and everything you wish to CROSSTIES FOR LANDSCAPING

shoe .tor. Ladles or chlldr.n. Nationally sell. Zeppelin covers and memorabiliaalso
known brands. Jordach., Bear wanted. Send for Immediate off.r. From Durrance

Traps, Bandollno 9 West Johansen Check sent within 24 hrs. PEN. 964.6649

Evan Plcone, USA. pro Keds, Child Life, NYWEIGHT GOLD AND SILVER EX. Pump & Supply Co.REALTOR .
Cherokee Giggles and many more. All CHANGE 106 N. Church St.. Starke,
first quality merchandise. $15,900 to 9648556. Itchg 12/12

$19,900 includes beginning Inventory.. OPEN MONDAYS TIL CHRISTMAS: US 301 North We Drill Wells r--------
training.fixtures-grend opening
*and round trip air fore for on.promotion 9645890.PASTRY SHOP 12/12 750 12/19 W. Madison 864 N.T.mpl.Av.. 1 964.7061 l Steve Broadway I Bargain Center, Inc. :

Call today. We can have your .tor. 2tchg Starke, Fla. 2" to 6" -. Slot licensed TREE SERVICEIs

opened In 15 day.. Prestige Fashions, .
5013292362. Itpd 12/12 Now II Electrical I Plumbing

EUREKA LOG HOMES INC.l fulfill. the HOMES FOR SALE BROADWAY & WALTERS I Mobil.Paneling Home 1 Cabinets Supplies .

American Dream. Your own business
and a beautiful EUREKA log Home for CATTLE/HORSE FARM 138 acres In south m LAVERN H. OUTLAW Removal I 2 Comm.rclollc.mak.1I .
fcan Alabama. 75% open Ranch home Make 350 Ibs. a Day
$19,700. Call FREE 18006438344. *
236 overlook 5 ocr. lake. Hay barn long / Broker Trimming I CapacityQUALITY .
private drive. $130,000. 23% down. 30 Bts. &4.5478 Stump Removal
MISCELLANEOUS yr. owner financing. Call Now. Metcalf !. I FOR LESS
k t
Real Estate, Inc., P.O. Box 1315. An. Associate Firewood

dalusia, AL 36420. ((205)) 2223142. fcan I
DIAMONDS BUY SELL OR TRADE: We LOG HOMES: over 40 rustic model to .' DAVID L. DODGE. MSA KAY C. WATERS Free Estimate 964-6679 US 301 South .

will put a smile on your facet PEN. choose from. Send for Fr. Brochur. Designated Appraiser Rei. 964-6941 473.7097 473.7679 l J
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NYWEIGHT GOLD A SILVER EX. HONEST ABE LOG HOMES Route I I. Box 964 4522 Res. 964-5370 ,
After 5 P.M.
CHANGE, 106 N. CKutfh.St.: Stark., 84CF Moss, Tennessee 38575, LINDA M. WOODS OPAL DICKSON
9648556. Itchg 12/12 18002313695. fcan 235 STARKE. FL. Keystone Heights
Res. 533-2040 Ret. 964-7333 1421--Waterfront access 4BR 2Ba

h i. i J-L i .n. =ni South 301 Plaza Licensed &Insured block home on little Santa F. Lake '

Appraisals for Reildsnce Farm Commercial Business Oak shaded 1.5 ac. lot. Enjoy the

Roberts Real Estate .Your Full Service Real Estat.Office* quiet and privacy here.

4422-3 ac. 'arm."., I l'/i miles to
986 N. T.mpl. Av. Stark., FL *4 BEDROOM fenced yard In town only $32,900..
and fruit
964.6262 *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 49 acres with older home. Exc. location Priced right Janet M. town pecan and paved rd.treei' cornerproperty

exc.. financing. 420--55 ac. with new 3BR SBa brick
*BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 lot w/moblle home In Hampton. $7,200. StarlingRealtor
East SR 100
PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke pecan groves *FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West '/ ocr. bldg lots, owner financed. sell on Own.rwlll.plltand
*HOMI SITES AND ACREAGE Bessent Rd. flume' Rd. Owner financed wI..- acreage.4149
2 BR frame house CH&A outbuildings and many extras. on / ac. farm.".. 3BR IBa home '

JUST REDUCED 4 BR. 2 BA. block home on large city lot. cellent terms .1.1 ACRES with older home, workshop mobile home ond MH
*IN CITY ON 2 ACRESi 3/2, eat In kit., grat room carport owner fin. $51,500.
Central heat and air $49,500. beautiful trees, 48000. hookup, fronts SR 100E.
carport. *OWNER NkEDS LARGER HOMIi 3BR, 2 BA on 2 acres CH/A. range, refs, DW pecan
COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589 fireplace, large utility room and more. On paved road. $49,900. i .... ACRES 12x60 MH 15000. 1399-3 BR. IBa block home In town
and DW fenced yard central heat must ,
home see
plus feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft building.Call *CROSBY LAKE INLETS Canal to Crosby lake, large DW mobile home. 3/2. newdoublepane IS ACRES Older extras Included.
mobile home, 47500.
windows, financed $34,900. ,
for details. owner I, .11 ACRES 'Well septic tank. /402--Smoll home In Ralford, newly
$1,000 to 3/2.
*MOTIVATED OWNER Price reduced 52900. Southgate area
640 ACRES Excellent development property in a rapidly offer. pond/open air barn. $33.500 remodeled Inside. Good tarter
great room, amenities. Mak.
growing ar.a'of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that *GREAT VALUE many 5 acres cleared with OW MH. 2BR 2Bo, front porch garage, .S ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES home or $12,500.
Excellent Terms 4398-20 OC 4BR 2Ba stucco home,
1200.00 per acre I 11.I owner financed. Priced for quick 10''.. 25000.
WATERFRONT 150 plus-minus feet on beautiful GrandinLak. *LOVELY HOMI on 4 manicured acres, fenced and cross fenced. Only 59900. 4.17 ACRES Well fenced/cross-fenced.septic tank 17x35 trees mobile, 63000.home hookup, pasture, pecan

*10 ACRES South of off 32S. 26900. Tallman pool
Hampton just
with all overlooking the lake. '
.. Summer cottage rooms 25000. See our commercial properties:
Remodeled 48500.
Lg. screened porch. This one will go fast at 57500. '*REDUCED TO $ 2,000i 3BR 2Ba home In city. Fenced In back yard corner lot. .4 ACRES Hwy 225 A. 12500., I ecreage. residential listings, OFFICE

MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out' *REDUCED TO $27.5001 recently remodeled home on 5.100. .S Ac.l Paved Irntg. 12500. SPACI FOR RINT.-N..c C.enha.w.l

buildings Including a 21' x 66' metal barn: Loads of *HIGHWAY FRONTAGES North. 58 acre, Heavy In pine timber. 100000. LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE. ..
*COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. .SO .i$50.000.. I ,

possibilities. *3 ACRI MINI-PARM, Land In pasture 3 BR 2 ..... super kitchen. 64900. 1IR JIA In the Country. $29,900. '

\ *LIVE IN THI COUNTRY and have It all. A beauty on 6 acre, pecan trees, barn .IMN.TPI.A.
COMPLETE and workshop.See It, you will love It. 128500.,
I Roberts, Jr. Broker *liST AREAS Brick 3 BR. 2 Bo carport chair* link fenced backyard. 49900. P.O. Drawer M'

t r 'Tarry A. Gaines. CSM, Salesman We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Properties. 301 $. .wte, .. 961,8131' 1 47a-3Clt. I If

Thlnklna of'Buvln Or Selling} Call V*. .
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Union County Ads U.S. Starke

Area Land SalesBetty SUZUKI iI, 964.6020


Lane Hockett, Margaret R. $24,000. All 1985 Models Slashed in Price...
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted McSwain, and Mildred R. Elliot solda Mary Lee Morris sold lots 41 & 42
Lake Avenue, lake Butler '963918.Compl.t.
to the Union County Times office parcel of land on State St. in of Crosby Lake Inlet to Arthur & .
Insurance Service tin
In writing and paid In advance Lawtey to James Dykes for $8,500. Theresa Lizotte for $6,000. They must go before Christmas..
unless credit It already tabllitwd R. A. Green, Jr., Katherine Marie Alexander & Marie Estro sold a
with this ofllca. JOB OPPORTUNITIESSemi Green, Melanie Green Hancock and parcel of land near Morgan Road to Save Thousands "
THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT II HELD Robert A. Green,III sold lots :3&4 of Allen & Mary Jean Estro for$20,000. --. -
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Driver Training Earn big bucks- Block 1, J.D Johns Addition to
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER drive big trucks. DOT certification. Starke to White Electric & Battery
THE TELEPHONE. Local and national job placement Service of Gainesville for $55,000.
.. .
Classified cUodlin U TUESDAY.
NOON prior to Thursday publication. assistance.. Eligible Correspondenceresidenttraining. Institution for federal mie Robert L. & Olivia& Beatrice Scott sold Scott a and parcel Jim-of : : : ::: : : :: ,: : : : : : :,' .' : : .. : : "" !

Minimum charge. 15 words for$2.75, old GSL. Call 18002519042.( ) United land on C.R.225, southeast of ,
each word th.reoft.r.
then for
10 cants
Truck Master Resident Training: Tam Lawtey to Leonard Smith, Sr. for
pa Fl. It. 12/12 $3,600. iltIi1ii'ti1'
Robert & Beatrice Scott and Jim.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT mie L. &Olivia Scott sold a Parcel of '
land on C.R.225, southeast of
OUT OF Lawtey to Erroll J. & Williena
Brown for $6,270.
RENT Union 150
LOOKING FOR A SPEOAL PIECE OF PROPERTY CountyTlmes Willie P. Durden sold a parcel of
Main Street loke Butler. Phone
,If I don't have It, I'll find ItJust 496-2261 for Information. tfn land on S.R.100 near Lake Bedford to
osk. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. Mobile Home James A. Gnann for 30000.
496-2126 or '496-2903 .v... "YOUR line, highway furnished 100. For near details county call Joseph & Marilyn Sullivan,
UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tin 496-2842. Itchg. 12/5 Donald J. & Helen Franzese, and
Cottl./Hors. Farm 138 acres In South Apartment Three bedroom one bath. William M. & Norma Jeanne Logue
Alabama. 75 percent open. Ranch $150 month. Require security deposit sold lots 49&50 of Lot 51, Woodlawn, u1f/
horn overlooks 5 acre lak.. Hay barn. and references. Call 4963738. Itchg. to Emmett Ray &. Carolyn Craig for
Long private drive. 130000. 23 percent 12/12 25000.
down 30 year owner financing. Room Duplex-furnished, air and TV. $87 William D. & Rose B. Lancastersold a
Coll now: Metcalf Real Estate, Inc., per month plus half utilities. Call a parcel of land in lot 5 of Block yr
AI. 36420. ...
P.O. Box 1315 Andalusia
12052223142.( ) 12/12. 496-3737. 12/12 2tchg. 12/19 4, Lawtey, to Robert G. & Bonnie C. "__,,,,. d11Mr ...ute esnu A+
Six room house near Lake Butler, Cowie for $30,000.Rosemary L
reasonable rates, nice location. Call H. Sprague sold
FOR SALE 496-3018 or 4311552. 12/12 2tchg. parcel of land on Forsythe Road to a Gulfs hord-woddng f+ poduds
12/19 Thomas L. & Eileen B. Smith for .
Two mobile homes One 4-bedroom with12'xl7 '
50$269111.percent off Lighted I 11 Flashing Non-arrow arrow $249.signs wash house, large yard par. Protecting your equipment against the tough demands of

Unlighted $199. (Free letters!) See holly furnished., large yard One SRI 3-bedroom 00 near Brad furnished DENTAL HEALTHHow farm work is a big job. Gulf has a complete line of products to
locally. 18004230163.( anytime. ford Union County line. Coll 4962842.
1(800)628-2828( ) ext.504. $200 discountLED 12/12 meet the challenge.
Itchg. much do know about
Indoor moving message centers.Free you
graphics! It. 12/12 good dental health? Tel-Med has There are superior performance motor oils like Gulf
Plants at Martin's Fruit Farm Apples and PERSONAL SERVICESDon's the Information on these and many Plus
Super Duty and high quality Gulf Automatic Transmission -
pears$2.80 to$5; grapes $2 to$3: nectarines more health topics. Call Tel-Med at
peaches and plums $2.25; Paint and Body-Calson Avenue- 964496 or 378-0007 and ask for Fluids. A broad line of Gulf greases for all those jobs you
blueberries $2; redbud dogwood Raiford Fla. Auto paint and bodywork these tapes by number:
rain and $4. Closed find around farm and Gulf Universal Tractor Fluid
golden crepe myrtle engine repair. Paint guaranteedfor a an
Sundays. 497-2621 Ft. White 12/5 one year, using Dupont acrylic.nom.l. 301 Flossing your teeth
outstanding hydraulic fluid for modern tractor systems.
4tchg. 12/26 $159. 12/52tpd. 12/12 302 Effective toothbrushing
Signs I 11 I Deluxe flashing arrow signs. Service Cat 225 with bucket 303 Dental Gulf
Ditching plaque Come to us for all of these hard-working ,F
$245 complete ($23 monthly save ,
available.Will operate hourly or lease. 304 Diet tips for dental hearth
$279.) Factory direct Hercules Incorporated. Call 7523368. 306 Wisdom teeth products. The kind of help you can use around
without In-
toll free 11/284tpd. 12/19 307 Seven warning signs of gum G <<
the farm. 1
spection. Factory Firewood Oak and pine. Call Thomas disease U
1(800)621-4302.( ) anytime. Signs L.T.D.It.
Nettles at 4963823. tIn 12/22
12/12 309 Canker sores and fever .
Do you need a housekeeper General blisters '! ''!,V
Baldwin fun machine excellent condi
house cleaning at reasonable rates.Call
310 teeth
tion. Brooker at Flo. gas plant. Call Baby
4851193. Itchg. 12/12 4962238. Itchg. 12/12 311 Toothache, what not to do
314 Bad breath, what causes It? Lub.011s Solvents
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESEureka 323 Are you afraid of the dentist? Register Oil I & Gas
524 Cancer of the mouth K-1 & K2Kerosene a Tires Tubes,

HELP WANTEDJobs log Homes, Inc., fulfills thoAm.rlcon 308 S. Thompson Batteries
dream Your own businessand Tel-Med A free service to the e LP GasCashCarry M.F 8-5
a beautiful Eureka Log Home for community provided by the Auxiliary 964-5888
Overseas Big money fast. $20.000 19700. Call free 18006438344.( ) It. of Bradford Hospital Inc. .. .. Sat. 8.12. ,
to $50,000 plus per year. Call 12/12
13178398900.( ) Ext. 8008. 12/122tpd. c .
12/19 SP 15416.1081
Truck Drivers! Drive with pride! Applyin .___ _
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person at: Poole Truck Line, 2241 GIVE A GltIf '
Detroit Blvd., Pentacola Fl. Must live
within 200 miles of Pensacola. EOE. It.
lady to live In and do light housekeeping
for elderly man. Call 496-2080 for

more 1 Information.' Itpd. 12/12 THE ,

1fm' Ht3NTING 1V"r' ;/.1><;''''i''j'"r//'"'4fc A* _. ... ... : i

Hunt 3.000 acres of private land in "- '
Alabama with licensed guide. Trophy 1 5'-.' THE Appreciation Day...
deer taken each Contact John
Sherllng Jr.. P.O. Box 344, Greenville, OFFICE A way of saying thanks to you, our Jo
Alabama 36037-1(205)382-6951.( ) It.

11/28 CHRISTMAS <2T' F, UOW.SHOT'valued Call St. customers, Friday, .December o

CARSTRUCKSRepo Only $9 ,' 964-5764 13 is your day. Stop by. Enjoy ttQ
per year Fla.
Z- Storke.
1915 V6 Chev. pickup truck Long II 1- Coffee. Cokes. & Sandwiches
wheel base, column shift 13.000
We'll Send A
milage, will finance with approved ........::.. A, Q ? and All Hallmark Cards & Gifts
credit. Call Farmers and Dealers Bank, Card For You
W.S. Howard Jr., at 4962101. Itchg.
12/12 Call 964-6305 Specials Good 25 % off to you plus other

HOMESLog for more information L o thru Dec. 31 1985 unadvertised specials. o

Homes Over 40 rustic models to t _
choose from. Send for free brochure. .. Bulness Associated 3M 34"Scotch Cross Classic
Honest Abe log Homes, Rt. 1. Box Black PencilRegular
84CF Moss Tennessee 38575. Subscribe Today I Card File Hanging Folders Tape r
18002313695.( ) It. 12/12 $17.90
LAKE REGION MONITOR Regular $14.93 Regular $10.53 Regular $2.58

YARD SALE 473-2210 7.68 7.38 1.40 10.87 -'

Saturday December 14 A.M. Next to
Handy Way In Raiford. Toys, clothes, '. w:
housewares. Itchg. 12/12
8'1ax11 14718x11 Hon 2 Drawer Legal Size

Subscribe Today I Briefcases Bond Paper Computer Paper File Cabinet

Need Custom Draperies, ?: UNION 496-2261 COUNTY TIMES .. o 20 % off GET1 BUY ONE E$2u7SS1: Regular $ ::978 N o

Call Loma Stephens NOTICE _

496-2219 MEN & WOMEN -- __ Swintec Letter Size oI

TF 17-62 I Electronic Storage Boxes


Shop ft Compar.11 1 EXAMS Several 9 5
to Select From .
Special Insurance for Q.E.O. Available If Needed 2 L
Mobile Home Parks Positions Start As High As t 90" Off
1 1
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All type of homeowner HOUR -
$9.22 Size
.policies for Any Purchase
mobile home e POST OFFICE e CLERICAL StorageLegal BoxesVictor
Call for Quote Keep Present JobWhlle Preparing 800 4 Drawer Hon Letter Sin $1

Olin's Mobile AlHomoForao.'E".ml CalculatorRegular File CabinetRegular 6. 6 0
Write& Include Phone No.

Home Sales Nstionsl Training Service. Inc. $139.99 $228.00

*Elaln M. Olin, Agent Q 119.95 179.95 In Stock a Large Quantity of Calendars v

964-5606 by Ampad. Keith Clark & Sheaf-

.. fer Eaton. Also Appointment Books,

Wall and Desk Calendars.

Carpet (Any B95 Scotchgard Desk o a
Room $1' |b Set 1,000

CI l HaD) V Available Regular '92.80 BusinessCards

Florida l'arpet Cleaning & Dye Co. V.-: 44.95


Wo specfaRze HI cleaning and n-dyemg of wall to wa>carpet furniture clean- -4

Ing and Inside auto detailnf. Wo offer bids on commercial contracts. OuaBty

work at tow low prices. Cal ROW to make an appointment I 0 WA
Senior Cftizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice t 1
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Nursing Loan Fund has been Bradford County residents wishingto that she exemplified the highest of
established by the Bradford County enroll in the Associate Degree ideals in providing health service to The BH Center for Health and Fitness is now offering
Public Health Nursing Advisory Nursing Program (RN), the Licensed her fellow man and citizens of Brad-
Council to establish a program to Practical Nursing ProgramOPN ford County.A .
3 Month
award loans to qualified persons in- ( ),or the Nurses Aide ProgramNA Membershipsfor
terested in pursuing a nursing ( ). selection committee for the
education program at Santa Fe The Bradford County Public loans will be set up under the direc- only $50 during the month of December.
Community College.The Health Nursing Advisory Council tion of Lillian Stump, Chairman of
voted to establish the Nursing Loan the Nursing Advisory Council. They 12 Nautilus machines 5 stationary bicycles Motorized treadmill
Nursing Council has
Advisory Fund in honor of Mrs. Joyce D. will be based mainly upon financial 'I
established an initial grant of$10,000to Riherd, Director, Public Health Ser- need and a desire to enter the nurs- Exercise classes Free,weights Whirlpool
be administered by the SFCC En- vice of Bradford County. Mrs. ing health related programs.
dowment .
Corporation.The Riherd is retiring after 34 years of For application forms or more in-
service as a nurse and later as a formation contact the Bradford
long term 8% loans may be us- supervisor and Nursing Director of County Public Health Nursing Ad-
ed for tuition books, transportation, the Public Health Nursing Service in visory Council, or the SFCC Starke Jktw
uniforms, and other essentials for Bradford County. The Council felt Center at 964-5382. .

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6 month end 1 year membenhtps are available on e.time payment yitem TVw3month I Inc.:,a Florida not-fbrpreAlv
28 How to decrease risk of heart : '
mompo Ie reguIorty tT1. I I I I I I I I II T I I r healthcare. _corporation. .
attack $7
29 Arteriosclerosis and high HAIRCUTS Reg. 15!
blood pressure
30 Angina pectorls
63 Early warning of heart attack $15 ..= LAWN & GARDEN CENTER

65 72 Chest Heart failure pains FROSTING Reg. '25 LoRIOA
EST 539 E. Coll Street
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Eat Choose a favorite fruit Beautiful shape & color no shedding, doesn'tor

shade tree here, now! pick you easy to trim, plant outside after the

I Top Quality Packaged. holidays.

Bare Root Trees. 7 gal. size containers

Apple Peach, Pear Plum Red Bud 4. to 6. size OQ99poinsettias

( KEEP Maple, Dogwood & Others.

I t Traditional Christmas

Dearborn 5" Plant Long Lasting -

20.000 BTU GAS HEATH $588
Efficient Performance Reg. $8.99

Saves Fuel &Money t fPaULAN
100% Safety Valve $10.99 $Q88


fur Vanguard
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vas 15,089 to 25,181 BUM
.LP Gas laM Haw + i to enjoy year

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\ hutinf Model No. 3400Countervibe In 6" potsWeedEater

1S"SH-Bar&Chaln R ego 17" $699

Said State Ignition 3.4 cu. In.engine
Dearborn Manual Auto. Oiling S
65,000 BTU per hr UL Listed SALE' Model No. 1500
Direct vent Reg. 359.95
Gas Trimmer
Keeps your family "\ POULAN Model No. 2000 25.2 cc engine

'' gt 12" and 16" Bar & Chain Solid State Ignition Reg. 139"I
I_ I Tap-N-Go Line Advance
i? 2.0 cu.In. engine
Wen Balanced for
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a\ Quiet Muffler 14 9
209.95 SALE UL Listed SALE 8 8 0 0

Dearborn WALL NEAT ; Carrying Cases & Accessories Available ..

p.r hr.Ga IANTFRON 1 Wo feature
Carpel of : |ut about ovoryconcolvablo TM The Warmest Gift of All...
*corner modol,
the Wold's No.1 Maker of Kerosene. Heaters ,
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Terwillegar's Very Special

Ceremony at DuPont... r ys. ,ur ta. _
From left to right are Henry Chajrt, Don I.uebke, Thomas Shepich. Harry Siemen and Clyde McMillian. t ,1 f
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Safety Award presented at DuPont

At a dinner and award ceremony jet,Senior Counsel for the American any mine in the world.
held in Starke last Thursday night, Mining Congress. Accepting the Henry Chajet urged every
the Florida Plant of the E.I. duPont award on behalf of all plant employee to take pride in their ac-
Company received the Sentinels of employees, was Don Luebke, Plant complishments and to take pride in
Safety trophv Man. <"*r for the Florida Plant., the mining industry as a whole.
The Plant received the trophy,
This trophy, which represents the congratulated the plant employees which was designed by an Italian
higheat award for safety in the min- on over 12 years without having an sculptor in 1925,a nag which denotes
ing industry, was presented by injury which caused a person to miss receipt of the award, and each
Thomas Shepich, Deputy Assistant work and stated that the Florida employee received a certificate of

Secretary of.Labor., "and" ,Henry,, Chat t, Plant... ..., has_ _the_best 1' I record.. _of. I" accomplishment.- 1.. 11'11

At one time In Europe special New Years' cakes were made from the first sheaf cut
at the last harvest. __

A Perfect Christmas Gift for the Lady in Your Life.

1986 1-Bird 13,995

Imnunb Conventional Spare Air Cond. Privacy Blass Auto. Trans. Full Conversion

11.9% 48 month financing available
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Escorts 7.9 %
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Brut X-dry Rose 95.00 77.50 Cars Trucks''

V ELLA ifi!!? 1.5 LITER. BACARDILAMBRUSCO LITER]].8 oz. 85 Lincoln 85 Crew Cab

Case so ro: PUERTO RICAN Continental . . 19,495 Diesel . . . 18,995
t.,4rt 799
CADORO of.6 rum tl D."k of 12 85 Lincoln 85 Ford F250
ROSATO 23 50 95.25 A /
!1 Town Car . . . 15,495 4x4 Diesel . . '14,000
Johnnie LORD 851/2 Porsche. 85 C30 Chev.

Walker i-7TER 59 2 ar. CALVERT LI 33.8 OZ. 944 . . . . '24,495 4x4 Silverado . . '15,995

Red Ct395 1995 Canal 12 95.50 799 85 944 Porsche. . . . '23,495 4x4 85F150 XL . . '. : 10,995

83 Porsche 85 Bronco II

A /l011 .J 399 a 599 PIECE 944 . . . . 17,995 . . . . '11,995

CHOCOLATE 5331 M2.000 New. . '20,495 XLT Loaded . . '12,495
LIQUOR 83 Mercury

BOTTLES Gran Marquis . . *8495 Cars
83 Ford LTD

83 Delorean 13,000 miles. '14,995 Wagon 28,000 miles . . 6995

Terwillegar Motors a 1t 1I

964.7200 371-1096 3B8-FORD 473-FORD f

Wtxlft Il)1 t.u Starke G'ville JAX Keystone

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giving made simple

from page 2 ,.
thr. receiver is not determined by the I ;..
price the giver paid. Many highly "..j4t.1''t!J. at
prized gifts are those that are madeor ,,, ."!,
that were not expensive. :/ .
Consider Use of and Need for tlh': I
Gifts: Often it's difficult to know .t w MY 'e sl
what to give. One solution is to ask 5'P
for suggestions from the people on
your list. This can help you in deter-
mining the things that are needed or
For the elderly person on your
list who receives bath
power, perfume or after shave lotion
every year, other things wouldbe
better. For example, a magazineor
newspaper subscription, picturesof
family members or grand
children, a box of homemade candyor r
Christmas cookies make nice
Shut-ins can often use a box of stationary
or greeting cards with
stamps.Most stores including super-
markets and hardware stores sell
gift certificates at Christmas.If Y '
gifts are, being selected for 4r I'
children, consider safety and how
the gifts will be used within the family. CHRYSLER
Parents may not appreciate toys
that make loud noises or create STARKE PLYMOUTH
storage problems. Ell
When buying gifts for teens, DODGE .
remember they are greatly influenced
by what is acceptable by their cleaning does it require? Some elec- Many stores require returns to be I CHRYSLER I
1320 N. Ave.
Temple (U.S. 301 N.) 964-6081
peer groups Unless you know their trical appliances carry energy made within one week. Keep the
tastes and preferences quite well, labels that give information regar- sales receipt of each purchase until s
buying personal things such as ding operating costs and efficiency. after Christmas.If e
clothing may be a poor decision. Compare warranties that are offered 85 CLOSEOUT (Below Cost)
Sometimes a wife or husband will with those of competing products a gift should need to be I Tuks
buy an expensive gift on credit for A full warranty is better thana returnedwhether for exchange or all models left includes Dodge I
the other,thus the gift is a down pay limited one.The lengths of warranty because of defect- you must have .... ....
ment and the spouse receives the periods and what is covered vary proof of purchase. Many stores re- 3 LaBarons, 2 Convertibles, 2 Pickups, 3 Vans
gift and future bills. This is unwise among competing brands. quire a sales receipt before they will
unless the spouse has agreed to the When buying expensive gifts, con accept returned merchandise. 8.80/0
purchase and is able to handle the sider the reputation and reliabilityof What A Deal I'!' Financing
payments.. Such purchases of luxury teh company giving the warranty. on selected models
items can wreck a family's finances.Do a great warranty isn't any good if
not overlook gifts that only you the manufacturer has gone out of STARKE LANES
can give, things such as a special business. 1612 N. Temple Avenue 964"8175 USED CARS SUPER SAVERS FOR CHRISTMAS .
dish that you can prepare, an IOU Understand the Store Policies/ : It
for certain tasks, such as the promise is important to learn the policy of a 85 Bronco
84 Chev Silverado 85 Aries SE
to make a dress or doing some store regarding accepting returned
home repair that is needed. Dollars merchandise, however, if they do 4x4 AT, AC Red & White. Loaded Like New 7500
spent is no indicator. of the enjoy not, a sign must be displayed saying Was '12,900 Was '8990 Now '6900
ment of a gift.Compa.l.on
Shop Take time to so.It's still a good idea to ask if no Now $11,500 Now $799Q
comparison shop between brands sign is seen because in a busy store,
and stores. Compare quality and it's easy to overlook a sign.Also it is 82 Firebird 82 Audl 4000
price. Read and evaluate pomt-of- important to learn what happens if a 84 Chev Caprice Classic
sale information such as content purchase is returned. NOW FORMING 1986 Was '8300 Black, Sharp AT, AC .
labeling and care and use instruc- Is a refund given, or can the pur- Bowling Leagues Was '7200 Was '6200
tions. chase only be exchanged for other Now 7300
For example, if clothing is being merchandise? Find out the time MIXED LEAGUES Now 6200 Now 5200
considered, what type of care and within which a.return must be made.
- 9:00 p.m. Tues., Jan. 7, 1986
SCRATCH DOUBLES 81 Olds Delta 88 81 Chev Van 79 Lincoln Town Coupe

L tYke pie eT'ttdji4 3 p.m. Sun., Jan. 5, 1986 Was Diesel'3850 Was 6. AT'4500, AC Was '3800

For More Information Now 2800
_____Askfor!Janet! ____
of the Week
310 E. Call Street Starke CLUB 25 ... ,.Heap' ..-. ,,.. .78.Lincoln Coni.-Mark V -.-
Chr 78 T-Bird More, More, More '
(1c.. HANDCRAFTED ITEMS 6,11166 "Live Band" 500 Was 5395 Now 4800

Sachet Plaques Decorations I "Wanted Alive"

Antiques Trunk Restoration I

Open Mon.-Sat. 10-5 pm Sunday 1-5 pm

Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm [! \\O!) Q) cD _,
Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on

24th Street, follow signs or

Call 964-7109 & We will assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10. 5:30:


Our Winter Stock Inventory Includes....
Azaleas, Dogwoods, various holly uses and shrubs. Junipers and man.
standard Anna Apples and Oonelt Blueberries we have the
Available Now.. Patio stock and They're still original
them al,ready for 86 yields and grapes oalore.Don't forget the figs! Levi's blue jeans that won ;t
Our Gift Shop Is Now Open the west over 130 years ago. ,w% c
Free estimates landscaping A maintenance Call Ben Hlghlower at 984-7109 w ,.
Five pocket,button-fly,
And Remember..... "All Nature Sings of Jesus" yap -
copper-riveted, shrink-to-fit
denim jeans.But since that'sa

' RMRiliIaiJA Jaitaikfll/VFli1VFliJ:fl. mouthful to ask for, we f .' .I:-.

thought you might like to call t
JO ANN'S0 them by their name- / I I

il A Speciality' Gift Shop it 501's" jeans. /; '.. I --_--- /1.
, South 301 Plaia I A
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Give your favorite Cheerleader or Football Player a bear from Jo Ann's. i 2// I
i: Adorable bears with a "B" for our team! We wll be open Sundaysuntil i! :

Christmas from 1.4 for your shopping convenience. ... --.
Open 10-8.30: Monday thru Saturday ((904)) 984.85 L l \l
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Protect Your Home or Business $2599 :

with Micro-Processor Electronic Technology

Fire Systems Available Mon.-Sat. 9.6 Sun. 1-5 r '

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Buckle-Up... Atarii......... Poster Time...

These students at Lawtey Elementary are participating From left to right are: Deidra Lee.Kyle Fishburne This poster is part of the Buckle-Up Kids program From left to right are: Tamara Austin Chad Boat-
in the BUK program. Vickie Carter and Darel Diggs. being sponsored by the Bradford-Union 4-H office. wright Kelll King and Jessica Hart.


Buckle-up program saves livesfrom

Meadowlands Emergency-
page 4 that will remain with them families and friends. Teachers will
The average school student in the their lives. literally be saving some of their &
United States has been shown to ex- Stunts will in turn, it is hoped, students' lives through this impor- Family Care Center
perience up to 50 to 60 years in autos, carry: _the! same message to their tant 4-H project.
first as a passenger, then as a -____- 11''.'"- __ -_-__- I".IL__- ,'"'' ,,''u'1L---.....
driver. During these years, his or HOPEN 8:00: a.m. to Midnight
her chances of being killed or in-
jured in an automobile accident is 7 Days A Week & Holidays
one out of three.That's 10 students in,
a class of 30."Unless.
there major 2727272No
changes," commented Mrs. Smith, SUNDAY DINNERIS A?
"More than 20 million people will be
killed or injured in traffic crashes r
during the next 10 years."
Many people don't think it can BACK! Appointment Needed.
Charges Below
happen to them. Hospital Emer-
Lawtey Elementary students SERVING FROM 11 am 2 pm gency Room Complete Orthopedic
realize that the single most effective Ml? : X-Ray, Lab & Minor
and easiest precaution for reducing FRIED CHICKEN Surgical Facilities. Experienced Trained
automotive crash injuries is the proper =- "Cu'o\* OR MEAT LOAF -_ Physicians.
use of occupant restraints.
Widespread use of safety belts can Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Green Beans House Salad, FAMILY
reduce injuries by as much as 50 per- Hot Rolls & Butter, Coffee or Tea PRACTICE & EMERGENCIES
cent.Unfortunantly,eight of ten people I
chose not to use them. $4.50COME Worker's Comp. & most Health Insurances accepted!
Students have taken a pledge for
the past three weeks to buckle-up,to ,
protect younger children by placing JOIN US SUNDAY 811
them in safety belts, and to en- Blanding Blvd. Across from
courage their family and friends to ECONO LODGE
get into the buckle-up habit. Orange South Shopping Center
During the BUK project,studentswill Strawberry Patch RestaurantU.S.
identify facts and myths regar-
ding seat belt use and will also be 301 N. Starke 964-7600. ..
monitoring their own seat belt use at
well.Additional a survey project of friends activities and Include I "FRESH QUALITY PRODUCE MEAT&SEAFOOD FOR THE LOWEST PRICES"NORMAN'Sr

neighbors on their seat belt use.
Lawtey teachers are excited about
the BUK project because they are in .
a position to exert their helpful in-
fluence on behalf of the safety of
their students.
Teachers can reach their students
directly and convince them that seat I
belts are necessary for their safety PACKAGE OPEN
and help them establish good habitsTELMED It SUNDAY MARKET
12:30-5:30 U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE 964-6071

964-4496 related For public topics or 378-0007 Information, call Tel-Mod on health at PUROLATOR UPS fAMILY 6/t1s7 iitl fOOD fAVORITESBLADE

Rainbow Brit $109 Chuck
the lb.
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Mon.Fri.9-4,Sat.92 PORKSpareribs
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!!!., Dec. 14 at.. 2:00: ..p.:.mrlFLA.TWIN Roast .Ib., $1.291b.


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T I I II or Yellow squash 39
Sat.i Sun. 8.00: Showing I lb.
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