Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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December 19, 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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See Santa Friday...

Santa Claus will visit little Pushing City .

children and give away candy at .
Mrs. Louise Ward's home on the

corner of Pratt and Orange StreetsIn j

Starke tomorrow (Friday, Dec. ( ..'

21)Mrs.from Ward 6-8:30 has p.m.the largest ,
display of Christmas lights and ; Help Dogs
decorations anywhere around. If i- iL\ Ir 1
you haven't seen the display, which ( -4' -
grows annually, go by this year. {
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Mrs. Ward's home was featured on : Intensive pressure by The Brad- But there is no protection from the
TV-Channel 4 in Tuesday's state ,. ford Humane Society, Inc. has cold. After Humane Society
news. Starke commissioners thinking in members complained, Mayor
terms of remodeling the city dog Charles Schaefer tacked up asphalt

Early Deadline... pound.A roofing felt around the pens.
dog pound made of wire isn't Barbara Renfroe, an inspector for
Since next Wednesday is 'W adequate protection for animals in the local Humane Society and one of
Christmas Day and no mail will be 28-degree cold weather, the Humane its founders, spoke for the 28 citizens
delivered, the Dec. 26 issue of The S j Society declares. Tuesday night, asking the city to
Telegraph will be published Monday Twenty-eight supporters of the make some arrangement about the
Dec. 23, and will be mailed Society visited the city commission animals until the dog pound can be
Tuesday morning, Dec. 24. Tuesday night, Dec. 17, in protest of improved.
Therefore, the deadline for the treatment of 12 dogs and one cat. Mayor Charles Schaefer says the
advertising, both classified and c itOt Members of the Society cut locksto concerned Humane Society
display, for the Dec. 25 issue must ------------ the pound behind the members over-reacted in taking the
be in The Telegraph office by noon sewerage plant on Edwards Roar animals from the city pound.
Friday, Dec. 21. Special ar- removed the animals, and took themto Mrs. Renfro told The GainesvilleSun
rangements must be made with the Alachua County dog pound. she received an anonymous call
newspaper office for copy to arrive Section 4-3 of the city Dog Ordinance Saturday'morning, Dec. 14, about
later than noon Friday. pertaining to cruelty to the animals in the Starke pound,
Deadline for news items for the animals, says failing to provide proper which Mrs. Renfro says offers
Dec. 26 issue will be 5 p.m. Friday, food, water, and protection from animals no protection against cold,
Dec. 21.Lights. the weather is a misdemeanor."We wind, or rain, and floods when
have to look out for children Alligator Creek, in back of the
and animals, because they can't pound, rises during heavy rains.
Out...! MThe take care of themselves," said one Claire Capps another Humane

Florida Power Light workmen Humane Society member at the city Society member call Mayor
accidentally tripped the feeder council meeting Tuesday. Schaefer Saturday afternoon and
breaker to the City of Starke, put Commissioner Bobby Biggs said asked that he either have the
ting 90 percent of the town out of he plans to secure specifications fora animals moved to a veterinarian'soffice
electricity for 13 minutes at 10:20: c dog pound from Marc Paulhus of or city bar, or put to sleep.
a.m. Monday morning, Dec. 16. Tallahassee who Biggs has been Mrs. Capps again contacted
Power Superindent Bill Weldon told is a director of the U.S. Humane Schaefer at 5 p.m. Saturday when
began restoring power at 10:33: Society. she saw that nothing had been done
a.m., and had all four feeder lines After finding out what the about the situation. By 8 p.m., some
back in service by 10:38.: specifications are, the city commis- tar paper had been tacked up aroundthe
Only the one feeder line fed from sion can decide whether to move the compound. Mrs. Renfro said she
the city power plant did not go out. pound or to remodel the present one. still felt the protection against the
And you thought once,tha.gtys10p-, ,. Biggs agreed the pound in'a bad cold was inadequate .. "
ped depending solely on the power place, and may have to be moved or Mayor Schaefer' said and a city
plant that power outages would bea fill dirt hauled in. employee tacked up the roofing felt.
thing of the past...? Still Biggs said, the pound is bet- "The facility meets the basic state
ter than in 1967-69 when he was standards" Mayor Schaefer told
Seminole Fete...! i police chief and dog catcher. The Gainesville Sun. "We did not
Animals in the Starke pound are violate state guidelines. We did feed
Seminole fans and friends are In- _I' 4!d'; -' "-
fed and watered daily, according to and protect them as best we could.
vited to a pre-Gator Bowl dinner We didn't them.
I- Mayor Charles Schaefer. The pound ignore
meeting at 7 p.m. tonight (Thurs- Sad Faces Tell the Story i in Bartow... has a concrete slab floor which is "As far as I'm concerned, the
day, Dec. 19) at WPXE Radio. washed daily, the manure going intoa Bradford County Humane Societyhad
Sam Kouvaris, sports caster for The 2X-20 loss of the Tornadoes of Bradford High to gets! a consolation hug a BUS Inn, one of about 10 hugs
and into to enter our
trap then the city sewer no right property.
WJXT-TV Channel 4, will be the Bartow in the Class XV state championship football the Long received alter the game. They overreacted. They felt it was
game written all over these BUS participants.At Bradford had fans system.
featured speaker. County about as many at the
coldthat's of .
There are seven 4 by 6 foot pens too a matter opinion.It
top are Bradford cheerleaders Tracey Rowan, at Barlow.For .
Florida State playing game made of chain link fence in the city was cold Saturday night, I'll admit
Sheila Shannon, and Reddish. At bottom is
Oklahoma State Dec. 30 in the Stacey left more on the football championship: ) game, seepage pound. Each pen has a wooden palletof that. But none of the dogs died and
hard and
working Tornado linebacker
tough l.onnie
Gator Bowl. Game tickets be CIA:
of them sick when
raised plywood for the animals to none were they
Hamilton. At bottom
right quarterback Long
from Lee For
purchased Sparks.
sleep on. And, the pound is sprayedfor
more information on the dinner or fleas, the mayor says. (See Dog PoundP.2A)
tickets to the game phone Sparks at
964- 330.

For Presents Foster Needed Children Starke Farmers Market May Get Vegetable BuyerNext

Presents are needed for 25 or 30 produce growing season enough local farmers were in- Marketing has been a problem for "I wouldn't advise no-one to growa they would receive an invoice for
foster children, ranging from there may be a produce buyer terested in growing it. local growers, with selling their products green bean or a cucumber (long their produce. lie said the next day a
4-weeks-oId to years-old, for this operating of the Bradford County "This is a good area for growing a major concern of the green variety)," said Waldron, check would be waiting for them at
Christmas. State Farmer's Market, if enough vegetables," said Waldron. "If farmers at the meeting. Buyers because of the domination of the the market, coming back on that
Anyone wishing to donate money, local farmers show an interest.In there's enough interest up here, I'd moving out of the area during mid- market by the big time operations. day's truck.
with which presents will be pur- a meeting Tuesday night, Dec. be interested in coming up here." season, low prices and competitionfrom Waldron said that he has bought Waldron said that he would have
chased, or to buy presents is askedto 17, at the County Agriculture Waldron said that he tries to keep other areas were all discussed. from a number of people in the Brad- boxes and hampers available at the
contact HRS at number 964-8875, Building on US-301 north in Starke, his business in the South instead of "You've got to build up a good ford county area in the past, but that market if it goes through.
and ask for Cathe Johnson or Diane local growers were presented with a hauling his produce into New York relationship with the man who is this was the first time he has tried to Another meeting will be called in
McClellan. The presents will be for plan by Gene Waldron of Citra for and Canada, so that he can buying the stuff," said Waldron set up a market operation. He said January if there is enough interestfor
children assigned to families in establishing a vegetable market guarantee the quality to the buyer. about his success over the years. that several local people have been going further with the plans In-
Bradford and Union Counties. operation in Bradford County. "For the last couple of years we Waldron said he would be In- talking to him about opening in the dicated Taylor. For more information -
Waldron, who farms about 4,000 haven't had a lot of vegetables terested in buying peppers, peas, area. contact Taylor at his office at
DAV Meetings... acres in Marion County and operatesa grown," said county agent Bobby okra, butter beans, lima beans, Plans outlined by Waldron wouldbe the Agricultural Building or Bob
produce wholesaling business, in- Taylor. "We can produce it, we just crookneck squash and zucchini for farmers to bring their produce Allen at the Starke State Farmers
The local chapter of the Disabled dicated he would buy produce, if need to get it sold." squash. already packed to the market where Market.
American Veterans meet every se-
cond Thursday of the month at the

Pratt There Street is a Recreation covered dish Center.supper at Construction Starts SE

7 p.m. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. on Walkway ReplacementA

Holiday Closings...
$29,420 project to erect new two-week Christmas holiday period were sent out, and two companies buildings to the caletena, but when The SE project was considered a
School is out from Friday, Dec. walkways at Starke Elementary when students will not be present. bid. Only: few companies make the the old A and B Buildings were top priority because the wooden
20, until Tuesday Jan. 7. School will get under way this Southeast Roofing Co. will rebuildthe aluminum roofing materials, says demolished, those walkways were beams holding up airconditioningunits
School Board administrative of- weekend when the present flat entrance canopy that runs Supt. Duncan. torn down too. were rotting, and were in so
fices will be closed all of Christmas deteriorated walkways will be torn between the office and the cafeteria, District-wide, the cost of replacingall Duncan is uncertain if the BHS bad a shape they were considered
week, plus New Year's Day. down. which has deteriorated so much thatit the walkways and to build new project can be done this year. unsafe. School board members instructed -
The Bradford County Courthousewill School system maintenance must be replaced with new ones in some places is estimated at Walkways have been a priority that something be done at
be closed Christmas Eve and workers will do the demolition and material. Southeast Roofing's con- $75,000. There won't be money to do item in the $11 million school budgetfor SE before an air-conditioner fell
Christmas Day, and New Year's erect the new aluminum walkways tract is $6,446, and the material and all the walkways this year, says years. But when operating through a walkway and injured a
Day. under the direction of architect Don parts for the aluminum walkwaysare Supt. Duncan. money is short as it has been, the student.
The Starke City Hall will be clos- Morgan. It will take 3-4 weeks to con- being bought from Reynolds The next priority, Duncan says, is walkways are always one thing that The air-conditioning units have
ed Christmas Day and New Year's struct the new aluminum walkways, Aluminum Supply Co. and will cost to construct a walkway at BHS from can be done without. After-all, it is been removed, Safety and Energy
Day. which should have much longer life, $22,974. the classroom area to the cafeteria. reasoned, :you only need walkways Officer Gene Tanner told the school
says Supt. Jim Duncan. Goal is to The school board met briefly Dec. There used to be a covered walkway when it rains, which is only a few board Monday night, Dec. 16.

Upcoming... have most of the work done over the 12 to approve the bids. Three bids! extending from the former BUS days per year.

"Employee Motivation" is the

seminar topic of a Thursday Chamber, Dec.of Commerce 19, from Hampton Council Back to Full Force, Resignations Withdrawnagain

noon until 1 p.m. in the Western

Steer Med Connelly Steakhouse., retired Speaker president will be of The public was-there. Represen- in charge of city business, and Shep-- native the council had, as cited by crested parties talked, smoked and but he has apologized for to
Kraft Food International. Cost is $3 tatives of three area papers wero pard had vowed not to return while Hall, was to ask and receive the drank coffee while the apparent Werre and myself any she
misunderstanding. Saying
there. Two recently resigned council he was Mayor. withdrawal of Sheppard's andWerre's bargaining session stretched on. The
per person. and looked on with much speculation "Felt like she let the people down"because
The Starke Zoning Board will members were there. The Mayorwas Mayor Padgett had accepted the resignations, to group she she stated she
there and two resignations and the council reinstate them to the group. as the two recently resigned gave up,
meet Thursday, Dec. 26, at 7 p.m. so were coun- was
"back to stay"
in the Starke city hall. That cilmen. An acting clerk was there to. ready to appoint new members to Reading by the members of the members were asked to meet with was
Asked for statement, Padgett
Hall be Padgett. Many present said that the a
meeting date is correct and there is replace Pat Hayes, who also recently replace them. The only problem was message was requested by to said that was at
agenda, Janet Turner of resigned. But the entire group just that without three members of the public, but was not. Hall later provided discussions between Padgett, Werre Hampton peace
an says and his only con-
frank and again that was
council for of the letter to news and Sheppard were very ,
the Zoning Office. sat there, waiting for councilwoman present a quorum,no city a copy '
The Bradford County Zoning Jane Hall, so that a qourum could business could be conducted. media. Those presnt at the time candid. cern.
of resignationswould
A letter from Hall though could tell that some type of All speculation was ended with the This recent round
conduct business. later made ,
Board will meet Monday, Dec. 30, have been the second and
stir emergence of the three from the city
at 7 p.m. In the Starke city hall. Everyone came to see who would public by herr was circulated among An had ensued. office, when each took a seat at the third changes in the group since
the ala hour of intense
The meeting was changed from to fill the spots of city present. In the let-
council table. The announcement elections, eliminatingthe
recent resigned members Bobbi ter, Hall informed the that she with Padgett confering by September
Tuesday, and there is an agenda, group followed that both had three vote getters In those
by Padgett top
Sheppard and George Werre the would not be present at telephone with Half, with ChairmanTed
according to Janet Turner of the any withdrawn their resignations and elections. Third highest total had
Office. two top vote getters In the last city meetings, crippling the group, untilcomplete Curtis with former Hamptonmultioffice
Mitzel who Installed
Zoning Gordon would be serving on the group as if went to James was -
elections. Both had resigned Friday new elections were held.Uall' .
eA Christmas parade with achildren' chairman of the and
had left. group
December 13 concern was that the Wadsworth and, finally, with at that they not as
with Santa Claus citing disagreementswith group Gov. Bob
party later mad a statementfor then suspended by .
time Werre and Sheppard was
Immediately after is set for 3 p.m. Mayor Elwood) Padgett. not be filled with appointees, but ex-council members herself and Werre saying"I said
Both had said that Padgett'laW rather by the folks elected by the Sheppard.
Saturday Dec. 21, in Hampton. I'd work with Mayor Padgett (See lIarnpton..p.3AInside. >
himself as soley responsible for and citizens of Hampton. The only alter- The various citizens and in- never

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20 Earn Straight-A's at Lawtey Elementary...

The 20 students earning all A's on their report cards for the first six-
weeks of school which ended Oct. 7, at Lawtey Elementary are l-r):
I1 I- First row- Rochelle Padgett Mlstl Golden Henry Ross Michelle
Konkel, Brooke Gaskins Raye Padgett.
Second rowMark King Matthew GrlffU, Stephanie Cox Shannon Edwards -
Audrey Massey Peter Juchniewlcz.
Third rowBradley Ball. Erin Wilklson. Wend Cowie Brandy Ross.
De De Cox. Not present for photo were: Mitch Ames Shana Crawford,
Naomi Virden.


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BHS Phase I Given Final AcceptanceAlmost ,

a year to the day that adverse affects from the late finish. air-conditioning ducts leaking, and a damaged, and the installation went
Phase I of Bradford High School The interior of the building was faulty soffit have all been corrected, through the delay all over again.On POulan
burned, the rebuilt building was gutted by fire Dec. 12, 1984. Students the school staff members told the the soffit,Triest said he made a
finally accepted by the School Board from the 14 classrooms were housedin board Monday night. mistake in choosing a subcontractorwho
Monday night. Dec. 16. the vo-tech center for the second Final completion means went out of business. The soffit
"We have a long line waiting to semester. The resulting clean-up, everything is done to the school panels were falling out. The Triest Model 2000with
speak to the problem," Supt. Jim rebuilding, and content replacementhas board's satisfication. There was Co. finally rebuilt the soffit itself.
Duncan told the school board as ar- cost$594,464.Triest's contract to trouble with the roof leaking, with "When you're late, there's gottabe 16" bar and chain
chitect Don Morgan approached the rebuild the interior was $359,000. vents around air-conditioners on the answers," said Schlofman, who
PLUS extra 12"
board requesting final completion The school system got the building roof leaking, and faulty soffit installation wanted to know reasons so he could bar and chainA
approval. "We started this over a back to use the first day of pre- tell members of the public who asked reg. retail value of $209.99
year ago. We are ready to give you planning for the current school Ernest Triest Jr.,answering ques- .
this building," said Morgan. term, substantial completion coming tions by School Board Member Len Now
about a week later than set in Schlofman, said his main delay was Morgan recalled he almost had to
Architect Morgan did not recom- Triest's. 120-day contract. Substan- demountable partition panels go to court to have the manufacturerof
mend any late charge on the con- tial completion means the building is ordered from a New Jersey com- the concrete roof panels satisfy 9 9
tractor, Triest Construction Co. of safe to use, but that a list of unfinished pany. Delivery was promised June project requirements.The board hasa $149
Keystone Heights, because the program items remains to be dealt with. 7, 1984, but the panels didn't arrive )o-year warranty on the roof from offer expires 12/24/85/
students, or staff suffered no Nagging problems with roof leaks until July 4. Six of the panels were W.R. Grace Co., Morgan said. Exclusive. 1 Year Limited Warranty On All Poulan Models See Dealer For Details

Florida Pest Control

McKinney to Work Out BHS Co-use AgreementWorking 539 964-5745 E. Call Street

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out an agreement for be a god idea for a subcommittee ol requires that such a program be set -where it was coming from. Board I'ThklJ Attlcoup/.ry/ / d..I r fur. b..n pi. ou.ly_fflJ/ 511a o.on.0At17'M: ,IndMdu.t Call(tt2)gSS mq&
Euwards Catholic Church to use the Blue Ribbon Committee to ex- up in each school district by July 1. members pointed out there are other na p.nepa.ton.n.u..f IOU./ ...dt -----0I.V12)..w.g1Idequ-.mwf M ( )7e7.170e 1or
classrooms at Bradford High Schoolfor amine the $11 million school budget "If there are qualified people in paving needs, such as the pot holesin .O.eW.d pnoa
religious training has been " see how the school board is this county who want those positions the SE driveway. ._ _-. ..-.
assigned to Assistant Superintendent spending the public's money." they ought to be considered," -

Dewey McKinney.Sam Supt. Duncan said. Five persons .
Baglier of Edwards,whichis Heard Supt. Jim Duncan commend have indicated an pursuing -, I"' "' ''-- '
'right across Adkina Street from the BHS football coaching a master's degree in administrate t Merry Christmas .and .a Happy New Year
the. high .sclogl,.pskedto I ,use ,six, staff and players for the 12-1,season 1. a surve7-conducted by-Asst. V T i., < i .
CIa rooms'for two 10-week periods which sent the team to the state Supt?: -Dewey McKinney, Duncan ( Advanced Electronics
each Sunday. Policy of the school championship game. "Our fans said. Earn .
board is to charge $15 per use for a were very commendable. They were -
classroom and $25 for a cafeteria.For certainly respectable people from Was told the extension of the sep- 416 East Call I Street (Next Door to Roy's Grocery) 964-6642

Braford County." tic tank drainfield at Lawtey See What You Have Been !
a one-time use, that is not too "It's good to see we act that way Elementary is on schedule by Supt Missing
expensive. But for extended use the whether we win or lose," said Board Duncan. Satellite TV
Now and Have Yours
fee would be too expensive. One Member Len Schlofman. The job will cost $7,700, less than
classroom for five days would cost the $10,000 estimated, he said. Dun- Installed for Christmas. .
$75, for instance. Were told results of the State can said LWCI has been gracious in
The fees have been waived, Assessment Tests recently receivedare allowing use of inmates, and that
McKinney said, for certain In- close to the goals of reaching the Camp Blanding Forester John
stances in which a civic organizationhas state average.Of Greene has been most helpful in see- 10' SYSTEMS STARTING FROM h
asked to use the building. 68 Compensatory Education ing the right kind of sand for proper
Several requests by church groups students who failed the SAT II test filtration was used. $995.00OVER
wanting use of classrooms have last year, 10 moved from the
been dropped when the organization district, and of the remaining 58 Told Supt. Duncan to get his act 144 CHANNELS
learned the cost, said McKinney. students, 48 passed. Supt. Duncan together and come back again with a
Edwards, however, has a park- commended instructor Estherlania proposal to pave the south side of the SPACE CERTIFIED DOWN LINKER
ing lot school officials said would be Simmons for her job with the gymnasium at BHS, which is a
nice for teachers. Board Member students. mudhold.
Judy Becker pointed out Baglier was Duncan said there is$15,000 in the .
talking about a reciprocal Was told the paving of the new budget but couldn't come up with COME SEE THE
agreement- exchange use of the commercial truck driving range has iif"
parking lot for classroom p ace. been delayed by Saturday's rains, TV DOCTOR
At the suggestion of Board but that almost all of the fill dirt is Life and Praise Ministries"Full .
Member Patricia Spengler, the in. "We were moving fast until
bargaining was turned over to Asst. then" said Vo-Tech Director Gospel Word Church" OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE SALES AND SERVICE
Supt. McKinney for resolution. Millard Brown.
Baglier said the church would pro- SERVICES COME TO "THE PEOPLE YOU CAN GET Columbia 12'
bably allow use of the parking lot for Heard Board Member Judy Sunday am _ . 10:30:
teachers in exchange for the Becker express her appreciation of Sunday pm . . . 7:00: SERVICE FROM TODAY & TOMORROW! Tee Comm 10%"
classroom the fence the BHS stadium wall
space.In . .
to prevent students sitting on the Thursday pm 7:30: DH Spun 9'

other Dec. 16 action, the school ledge from: falling off. Children's Church (Ages 4-12)) STS, UNIDEN AND PANASONIC RECEIVERS

board: One mile South of Storks on Hw. 301 .
Heard Board Member Rodney _. ,
Told Blue Ribbon Committee Hall suggest that board members B, j jflljgBjj--BjjBJBJI gjgBBBBBPBBBBPBMBHBiiyillJaUPPBBi,BBBB' BliTepder .. ." .
Chairwoman Judy Archie the board wanting to be chairman make their "
wants an official report from the wishes known to the full board in MONDAY &
committee and will act on it. Mrs. November and prepare to present a !
Archie Raid committee members program of their plans to the board. BiteSizeAn TUESDAY ALL
wondered what the board intendedto .
do with its recommendations.Tht Heard Board Chairman J.T. Par- DAY SPECIAL
board was also told that Toni'! rish call for a training program for
Crawford of Kingsley Lake has been local educators who want to become
added to the committee. Board administrators. Supt. Duncan said
member Rodney Hall said !it would the new Management! Training Act Fish Dinner


Humane Society.., .. $1.99Dinner

or not have one, nemro said of includes:2 golden-
came and took them out of there." Starke's dog pound. "If they want to brown fish fillets, naturakut
On Sunday, the Alachua County have one, they need to do it right, ., .. ? french fries, fresh cole slaw,2
Humane Society received an "
and run it humanely.
anonymous call about the Starke Mayor Schaefer has invited Mrs. extra large serving of L Southern-style hush puppies.SUNDAY .
situation, according to the society's Renfro to address the city commis- delicious bite-size fried _
president Lee Burnham.Mrs. sion at its Jan. 7 meeting.In .
Burnham contacted Coma the meantime, Mayor Schaefer shrimp served with the
missioenrs Bobby Biggs and Vernon says, no/dogs will be picked up Captain's special
Silcox. Both were cordial and unless bite There is trench
they somebody. natural ut & WEDNESDAY
sauce, < t.
neither offered im- f
understanding no use to impound the dogs if it's too -z"
mediate action.At cold, he says. fries, fresh cole slaw, and ALL DAY
about 2 p.m. Sunday, Burnhamtold two Southern-style hush k
Renfro to remove the animals.
Renfro contacted one of Starke's two THE BRADFORD puppies. ALLYOUCANEATlCountryStyle
animal-control officers who permitted :
Mrs. Renfro and 10 volunteers to COUNTY TELEGRAPH
enter the pound. Published Avery Thursdayat $3.19Vs
She didn't name the officer, but 133 W. Call Str..t Fish Dinner
said he '"adopted"a bulldog
taken from the pound. Renfro said Stark, Florida 32091 ; .
she broke no trespassing laws $3.29
Second Class
postage paid at
because her position as a humane
society inspector permits her to go Starke, FloridaSubscription
onto private property to perform her Specially breaded country-style
duties. Rates: fish fillets, naturatcut french

"They're either going to have one 'In-trade area: $10.00 per year Captain Dk fries, fresh cole slaw,Southern-

J $5.50 six months 6 style hush puppies and tartar

: sauce. Offer Good For Dining
WLJ. 'U'"XI/ h t 1 Outside area: $11 per year A great little seafood place. Room Service Only.

$6.00 six months .. . ,
Bamboo it not a tr... It is a wood -' ". "
I grass.


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Board May Withdraw from FSBA

r / f ; Bradford school board membersare Small counties were pushing i lor a 'New board member Len Schlof-
Yt gr I lT so1 mad at the Florida School regional cost of living calculation,on man went to the same meeting the
Board Association (FSBA) they may the basis that people in counties suchas following day and got the same
wq' e S drop out.Their Bradford must go outside to get reception. No matter what we do, it
concerns are big county most professional services. Locals is obvious the big counties are goingto
dominance, no small county voice, also differ on the state's contentionthat win, he said.
secret meetings to fire an executive groceries cost less here. Hous- The regional cost of living proposal
director, and the feeling that, in ing, a heavily weighted factor, is the vote tied 57-57, and the big-
general,the FSBA represents the interests main area contributing to the lower county president broke the tie,
of the big, populous countiesin cost of living. If assessments were defeating it.
south Florida. higher, that figure would improve. Board member Rodney Hall said
Plus,they say the FSBA increased "Somebody's got to lose," is the the executive committee of the
dues to each county $1,500 without answer Mrs. Spengler got, she said. School Board Association held a
allowing discussion.The dues shouldbe Mrs. Spengler said she threw her secret meeting when firing the ex-
based on population, Bradford notes down and walked out of ecutive director.
f.,y r a lr school board members feel. .
In fact, local school board -
members are so disgusted they may A large collection of kangaroos i 1.
withdraw from their state associa called a "mob".
tion. They agreed with Supt. Jim
Duncan's suggestion to invite the ex-
ecutive director of the FSBA, Dr.
Wayne Blanton, to come to Bradford r -'
County to discuss their concerns."I .
was furious,"says school board
member Patricia Spengler of a big-
county rebuff at a Dec. 5-7 joint con-
ference of the Florida School Board
Association, Florida Association of I
District School Superintendents, FREE GIFT WRAPPING
Florida School Board Attorneys
'Facelift Wins C-of-C Improvement Award... Association, and the Florida Educa- WITH EAGfl PURCHASE
tion Negotiators, Sunshine State .
The Chamber of Commerce Business ImprovementAward }>Presenting the award to E.1. Matthews,owner of the School Publication Association, and
for November went to the 100-year-old Bradford Telegraph building adjacent to the old courthouse on Florida Education Risk Managers \ lit 'U4.Apfvue'.Skeua
County Telegraph for its changed facade and west Call Street in downtown Susan Reddish,chairman of (insurance) Association.The I
wall, given a historic touch by the use of red brick to the Chamber's building improvement committee. The small counties got a deaf ear
match those used In the 81-year-old ex-Bradford County Telegraph established in 1879 has been published by turned when they suggested an area
Courthouse, now the home of Santa Fe Community members of the Matthews family for 92 years, believedto cost-of-living differential used to Ctt ... J uewith e UiW
College Starke Center. be a national record for newspapers. fund counties. Bradford, for in- t

stance, receives 95.26 percent of each 'SO"
each state dollar allocated to it. Both purchase
Union and Baker are higher rated receive a Free pair of
Hampton that Bradford.Mrs. Peart
pi )
from page Spengler says Bradford Imo''
with each '100
children are discriminated againstby purchase

Graham Oct. 10 pending the outThe group, after revival as an ef.Finalized plans for the Christmas the cost-of-living index, which receive a Free 18"
come of charges of grand-theft filed fective council: Parade to be held this Saturday, means it is less expensive to live Pearl Necklace
(rl4 V.jfrom )
here than in other counties.
him in Alachua Vernon Dec. most
against County.Installed city employee 21. Padgett stressed that any '
Mitzel said in a recent statement Forsythe as clerk for the city until local group wishing to participate Some counties, mostly the now 'til Christmas.
that he "...wished Sheppard and further notice. could just come to the city park prior populous ones in south Florida, get
Werre had not resigned", but that heConsidered a request to extend cito 3 p.m. Saturday where they would more than 100 percent of each stu-
knew "it is a lot of harassment." ty water lines to the battery plant bebe included in the march. A dent dollar earned. Fragrances
Mitzel added that he is "determining built by Dave McKibben on children's party will be held immediately If Bradford as rated at 100 per-
ed to be back and looked formard to CR-221 north of Hampton. Members after the parade in city cent, the dis ict would receive /'';ft .
working with them, because Hamptook the matter under advisment for hall. $400,000 per yea more in state fun- If00 .t'.o. IY!;,
ton deserved the best." study ding. If the district's cost of living Index I& 1,0 .... ..r'r; \.
is 95.26 percent, the district { fi'I'i'i ..." '119'"
receives only 95.26 percent of the J 1111,1..:- 'r;.. '9IfY
money its student enrollment earns. \

Tornado Talk ,/JIJ AI'A DRESS

Bridled Squirt Shopping CiMarrout.

By Michelle Hall Mrs. McNelley no later than tomorrow dent; Lynn Barber. Good luck, return. If you find these keys,please JI ,..."...
(Friday Dec. 20)). Lynn, in your new office. contact Coach Hurse immediately. -
Still Champs... i

Bradford might have lost to Bar- Wrapping Paper... Lost... Merry Christmas...!
tow in the State Championship The French Club will be at the Coach Hurse lost a set of keys the I would like to wish everyone a I
Game, but to us, they re our Shopping Center during the holidays night of the Inverness Game. A$10 Merry Christmas and a Happy New r I Ir.

Champs., and Congratulations Coaches, on your, Tornadoes fine to gift wrap your packages. They reward is being offered for their Year! ., I F

performance and skill during the will be there Dec. 20, (during the I
football season. You should be evening), 21, (during the day and .
pro ) 23 (evening) and the 24
night ,
ul_!. But this year is only the beginnig. -
Next year, everybody t bet evening( ). If you are in a hurry and'don't
tec watch out! ;i- > '".. bave"'time to wrap your gifts
yoursfelf, stop by.qn4.have a French
Save Over $200... Club Member do it for you for a very "
The BHS Art Department has pro- small fee. The money raised will go
duced a 1986 calendar and towards a trip to France during the
book. Each month features summer of '86.
artwork and discount coupons from SArlTn'i.IPIC ALI
many local businesses. Well over SIGI... .
$200 may be saved if you take advan- "Who is SIGI" SIGI is the com-
tage of the coupons offered each puter who can help you make plans '
month. for your future. SIGI is located in
The calendar will sell for $4 each. the computer lab and is available
The proceeds will go for art suppliesand during the school day from 8:15: to
equipment. Be sure to buy 3:15. This is a great opportunity if Give A Friend A Subscriptions
yours as soon as they come out! you are still indecisive about your

Seniors... career. For an appointment, see
Mr. Whalen in the Computer Lab.
It is important that all seniors

and/or students planning on Tennis. .
graduating with the class of '86 see to the
If signed for the Tennis
you up
Mrs. Abets in the Guidance Office
need to Coach Jerry
team see
credits, SSAT needs, and
McGriff before the holidays. It is
the spelling of your name for your
diploma. You have before and after imperative you see him as soon as

school, during both lunches, study possible. Bradford
hall or anytime you have a pass Wrestlers .. County Telegraph
from a teacher. Please try to tend to
The Tornado Wrestlers have a
this matter as soon as possible so
everyone knows where they stand as match tomorrow (Friday, Dec. 20)
we head into Christmas Vacationand at Clay High with the Blue Devils.
second semester.If Good luck, guys! Give 'em what this Christmas.
you didn't order a Senior Sweat you've got!
Shirt, but would like to have one
now, place an order with Mrs. Caroling...
McNelley.If The Key Club went caroling at the
you would like a message put in Bradford County Hospital Tuesday L.A"I'A $ ( (
the yearbook to a friend, teacher, evening Dec. 17. We all had a good '
parent, or yourself, the Annual Staffis time. It was nice to be able to make 7 Reg. Price $1100
selling message sheets for only $3 someone feel better by singing thema
for 10 words or less. If you would Christmas song.If We Will Send a Card to Let Them Know It's From You
like one of these sheets, contact an you would like to be a Key Club
annual staffer. member, it's not too late to join.
Youi Last Will and Testament, In Just see a Key Club Officer or one of
order for it to get printed in the our sponsors.
Yearbook, MUST be turned in to The Key Club now has a new presi'd -

> --cjas rl c .' i alas- csi +afiGina's

-1Z Classic/ / Cuts & Styles ADDRESS

9Jaijgt (des I Enclose Check for 9.00 Offer Expires Dec. 31

for the 'tJ-egtiveCOaygcAhrod I FROM:

Welcomes/ I NAME

Maria C. Walker/ UUJU I ADDRESS .
Holiday Specials I CITY STATE ZIPDecember19,1983 ?

Perms including cut . '25.00
Haircuts . . . '7.00

Frostings . . . 15.00

Shampoo & Sets . . '7.0


Temple Ave. Hours: .
A Tues.-Sat.9-5 .
,Florida Glni Bnw Fram Evenings byAppointment
street from BHS) Salon Manager

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4A TELEGRAPH December 19, 1985


it Christmas Season Has. Ranged from Gay to Gloomy( / over the Years ..- :


We are now experiencing the 128th But Christmas in the '80s and '90s was With the camp full of construction
Yuletide season since Starke became not the two or three-day holiday enjoyed workers and 10,000 service men already in
recognized as big'enough to have its own 'now. In fact, Christmas was often "just training, Starke was full of wives and
post officeestablished in 1857 with another day"for merchants who remained families, who accompanied the men.
George W. Cole as first postmaster. open at least until noon for the benefit of Millions of dollars were flowing into the

Since there was no newpaper here to late shoppers.The channels of local trade, and stores were
leave a written record of those days, we holiday season of 1894 was marred selling as much in one day as they did in an
can only speculate on how the Christmas n by "The Big Freeze" which arrived just entire month back during the depression.The 0

season was observed.Starke was a "rough three days after Christmas, lasting 41 Telegraph observed, "Even thoughit
and tough"frontier town at that time, with hours and devastating most of the orange was the answer to a merchant's dream,
more saloons than churches, so is likely groves in this section of Florida,with con- from a monetary standpoint, Christmas in -
that the only loud, popping noisesit heardalong sequent heavy losses to coder Starke in 1940 had less of the old-time holi-
Call Street would be whips cracking Temperatures were as cold, or than day flavor than usual." Everything was FI @1 IE$
over a team of oxen or pistols firing in 1 ( ;, 9 the memorable Christmas Freeze of 1983.A rush, rush, rush, and to complicate mat-
front of a barroom: rather than ters further, an epidemic of flu swept the
Christmas was that of 1918
firecrackers set off by celebrating happier town.
children. which followed closely after the signing of II
IJIJ the Armistice ending World War I,and ser "To cap the climax, overcrowded stores
With the Civil War starting in 1861, soon vice men were beginning to return home along Call Street were plunged into occurred December 7 and the nation was shopping season, which never came.
after the birth of Starke, it is reasonable those to after hard-fought battles overseas. darkness Christmas Eve night at the in a state of shock. Congress adopted a Since that time, Christmases have

suppose of that strife Christmases were somewhat during on the Christmases during the depressionyears height of the last minute shopping frenzy. resolution on December 8 declaring a stateof resumed their traditional gaiety, exceptfor
years Frustrated shoppers bumped into each war. Camp Blanding was under total few in the 1970s when
sometimes a
dismal side, with fathers from of the early 1930s were years
many away
other in the dark, and anxious blackout at Even cigarette smokingwas
proprietors night. to save in
concerned with dismal affairs when the American Legionwas lighting was discouraged energy
home, and mothers more "
keeping food on the table than decorationson forced to discontinue its community closed their doors for fear of looting. banned after 9 p.m. Large numbers of the wake of a worldwide oil shortage.

the treeif any. Christmas tree because\ of lack of funds. "The blackout was a grim warning thatStarke's troops were being moved rations"out of and camp no With the return of plentiful and lower-

traumatic ofpostwar There was no distribution of baskets to the then pint-sized municipal power "with eight days' headed. priced oil in the 1980s, however, street and
By 1879, following the years knowledge of where they were
because almost waspoor" plant was cracking under the strain of
poor up residential lighting has been to including
"Reconstruction" the town up par
got Machine and anti-aircraft were plac-
in cash and most( families had trou- trying to supply the electrical needs of a guns at the
one spectacular display cor-
The Florida the
its first newspaper ed at strategic points around camp.
ble getting turkey for their own town suddenly tripled in size.
of Pratt and Streets, which
Telegraph. The paper's first Christmas Few soldiers were allowed to leave camp, ner Orange at-
issue carried an account of the "Union By the following Christmas in fateful and Starke merchants were left "holdingthe tracts hundreds of viewers and helps put
Sunday School Christmas Tree in But a few years later, in the early 40s, 1941, the spirit was overcast by gloom. bag" with large stocks of unsold goods, them in the mood for a Merry Christmasand
Sparkman's Hall"described as "... the Starke was enjoying a return to prosperity Japan's infamous attack on Pearl Harbor purchased in anticipation of another busy a Happy New Year I
handsomest thing of the kind we have ever w :Ji the establishment of Camp Blanding,
seen... Altogether a grand affair." *ist a few miles to the east.

We Get Letters on Varied Subjects/

: EDITORIAL Congratulations to Tornado Coaching Staff and Squad .

Editor, Telegraph: The community was very proud of the which was deep in talented and much

Humane Society Performing I am writing to congratulate Coach team when they became the first Tornado larger players, our players gave a highly
David Hurse, the BUS Coaching Staff and team in many years to go undefeated at courageous effort and gave Bartow all
Football Team for the outstanding, suc- 10-0. We were proud of them when they they could handle in defeating us 28-20. I'm
Needed Service cessful football season they had in 1985. A demonstrated courage and determinationto sure that our team won the respect and ad-
special compliment is due Coach Hurse for achieve a victory over Inverness in the miration of everyone connected with the
being named"Coach of the Year" for 1985 quarter finals of the State Play-Offs. In championship game, including the op
by the Gainesville Sun. Having coached that game, BHS had to capture a victory ponents.So .
Bradford Humane Society membersare animal shelter and forcing the animalsto with Coach Nurse several years ago, I from the jaws of defeat In the final 30
congratulations to Coach Hurse the
link fence know first hand how conscientious and seconds and then win in overtime.We ,
performing a worthwhile community climb up on the chain to were BHS Coaching Staff and the Tornado foot-
service in the city and the surroun- keep their heads above water. Surrounding dedicated he is and how he puts in proud of BHS when they traveled to ball team for an outstanding and suc-
countless hours each to insure tnat Tallahassee and beat team much
year Godby,a
ding area, based solely on volunteerand ground is also polluted, societ- cessful season. You certainly gave our
his fellow coaches and the football playersare larger than they, to earn a trip to the State
( often thankless) efforts of a grow- members say.Commissioner. prepared to the best extent possible to Championship Game. community something to be proud of ir

ing number of interested persons. said the maximize their chances for success. every way. Dewey McKinney
Biggs city We are just as proud of the BHS Tor-
Tuesday night twenty-eight of this would endeavor to find a more suitable Another very special compliment is due nadoes (and maybe even a little prouder( ) Asst.Superintendent
at the Commission location for the shelter and suggested to the young men who comprised the 1985 for the championship game which they Bradford County SchoolsWe
group appeared City
Tornado football team. They were a team played against Bartow. Although Bartow
endorse this letter and extend our
meeting in the interest of bettering con- another go at solving the problem at the who throughout the season gave a 100 per- won the game, to say the Tornadoes gave a congratulations: (Signed) Jim Duncan,
ditions at the city animal shelter. The January 7 commission meeting. cent plus effort, and continually displayed good account of themselves would be an Superintendent; Judy Becker, Patricia

incident was touched off by a couple of Apparently this proposal suited the 28 concentration, courage, and character understatement. Against a team from a Spengler, Leonard Schlofman, R.P. Hall,
telephone calls to the Bradford and Humane Society members present and (GUTS!). much larger high school than BHS, and J.T. Parrish, School Board members.
Gainesville Humane Societies concern- Barbara Renfro, who served as

ing inadequate protection from the cold spokesman for the group, said Lee Bur- Starke's Animal Shelter Called Unfit for Freeze or FloodDear

of seven dogs, six puppies, and one cat nham, president of the Alachua Society,
impounded here at that time. Mark Paulus
and of Tallahassee
nationalorganization Editor: who also were contacted with a complaint to lie on except a slab of cold concrete,
Upshot of the situation was that the representing HSUS, the about the city dog pound. The Alachua which does not even help retain body heat.
Gainesville Humane Society intervenedby would be on hand to In view of the severe low temperatures Humane Society called our city officials In times of heavy rain, the shelter floods

setting a deadline for improvementof discuss minimum standards for expected Florida, the this Bradford past week-end Humane in Society North, and asked them to provide protection for and impounded animals have no way to
for the animals shelters with the commission. Apparently the animals. When no definite commit- keep above the water except to climb up
cold-protection responded to an inquiry concerning
ment was given by the city to correct the fence.
removal of..the._lot to, the .Gainesvillesheltiara the state law,,on shelters, animals housed'at the Starke, dog pound. situation the Alachua Humane Society ad- and hang onto a chain link ;
*l\n.aet.ual.evacuation, of. the overlooked ,setting1,. suclw standards, ?...1T.: :In checkin twpotmd on Saturday mor- vised the city that after a deadline of 2 Until adequate pro tectlon'TrmV"1evereweather
is ,at the,Starke ,im-
anjrna1a'JfA'IrItb1 Sunday by' leaving the'mattcrupt'q' city and county.! ning we founti liven dogs, one kitten and,*;'.., ;'-theuiml*;nvouJd" >be rescued and 'poundnwhnarea no'more animal .should
the Bradfordllurnane group. governmental groups. Bradford County six puppies pounded with no provisionsto transported to the:Alachua County Animal be placed there.
shelter them from the cold. Shelter which was being opened on an
has no animal control ordinance of any
There has been a long-standing dif- I emergency basis. The current situation is inadequate and
ference of between of- kind. The city has an ordinance, but inhumane. If this condition continues to ex-
opinion some city We contacted the city and asked them to Shortly after 2 p.m. the Bradford
ficials and the Humane Society as to the some phases of it are not adequately en- move the animals to a sheltered area, or Humane Society removed the animals and ist it could be considered animal abuse

adequacy or inadequacy of our poundfacihties. forced. board them at the local vets or to euthanize transported them to the Alachua facility.In which is prohibited under Fla. Statute
them. Mayor Schaefer assured us this problem 828.073.
Some of this disagreement is would the past, animals have been left at the
Animal abuse is prohibited) under be handled promptly. Renfro
a matter of semanticsfor instance, the Starke "shelter", which is roofed, but has Barbara Whitehead
Humane the animals Florida Statute 828.073, but what con- On Sunday morning we received a call no sides to break the wind or shut out the Bradford Humane Society member
Society sleepon
says stitutes abuse may not be sufficiently from the Alachua County Humane Society cold and there is nothing for the animals Route One,Starke
a cold, hard concrete floor, while
defined.At .
Mayor Schaefer says they sleep on Bartow Fans

"pallets". But the pallets are made of any rate, there is nothing in these Ordinance Should Make Owners LiableEditor Very Poor Hosts
wood and do not retain body heat, the minor differences of opinion that cannotbe Dog To the Editor:

society replies. There is also a dif- resolved by the openminded, lay-it- Upon attending the Class 3A State Cham-
State of Pennsylvania, which could easily! pionship football between Bartow
on-the-table type of meeting, such as the Telegraph: game
ference of opinion about the sanitary be revised for Starke and Bradford Coun- and Starke on Dec. 13 in Bartow, I have to
disposal of run-off from the daily (the one planned for January 7. I would like to see the City of Sta rke and ty. In Pennsylvania, it is No. 1982-225 AN say that the Bartow fans showed the

Mayor says) washdown of concrete Congratulations to the Bradford County of Bradford jointly sponsor an ordinance ACT HB 1459)) poorest sportsmanship I have ever
relating dogs, the
flooring in the shelter, which has a tin Humane Society. Although their tasks keeping of dogs providing regulating for the licens- Copies may be procured from Pa. Dept.of witnessed in a game of any kind. Their

roof, but no siding for protection from are many and varied, and their ing of dogs and kennels; providing for the Agriculture, 2301 N. Cameron Street, vulgarity and disrespect were extremely
uncalled for.
Bartow fans shouted
the wind and cold. The society main- resources few (if any) they have protection of dogs and the detention and Harrisburg, Pa., 17110-9408. No charge. chants and spit on the Starke profanity band

tains that the run-off goes directly into pointed the attention of the communityto destruction of dogs in certain cases; The State of Florida, the City of Starke, members in the presence of the Bartow Ci-

Alligator Creek, a sanitary no-no; and a problem that, while admittedly "a the declaring subject dogs of to theft be personal property and and County of Bradford definitely need ty Police Department.
providing for
; the
such legislationNOW.. Not next month or Many of the Starke fans complained to
the creek admittedly overflows during a nuisance. is one that must ultimately
assessment of damage done to livestock,
next year. I know the wheels of the state the police and Highway Patrol numerous
rainy period flooding the low-lying be solved.Hampton. poultry and domestic birds
game ; providing legislative body grind slowly, but Starke & times only to be ignored. Obviously, since
for the payment of damages by the Bradford County using this as a guide this is what it takes to become State Champions -
State of Florida in certain cases and the could with of their and I
come up one own
Bartow can have it and with my
A Step Ahead for Hampton CouncilMany LIABILITY OF THE OWNER OR am sure without hiring expensive legal blessings!
KEEPER for such damages
; imposing talent to 'determine' legality. At least I can be proud that Bradford
and duties certain
powers on state and
local officers and employees Let's not wait until some child or aged County has enough respect for the teams
; providing or handicapped person is killed by they play to realize it's all in how you play
on the local scene looked on as council meetings, long penalties Restricted; Account.I creating. a Dog Law dogs before the urge; and necessity to act the game, and Bartow falls very short in
Hampton seemed to be once again known for their excitement and spon- becomes fact. that category.
caught in the throes of a paralyzing taneity, had settled down, almost am familiar with dog laws in a numberof David E. Fisher A Bradford Fan
states but I like and prefer those of the 320 N.Church,Starke Carolyn Autry
struggle among city leaders. This was becoming boring as the group calmly

not the first time and may not be the and quietly took care of business. EMT Personnel

last, but it was different, and hopefullya The settlement of the most recent County Agent's Notebook Commended for Great

sign of improvement. resignations by careful negotiation and Job at Accident Scene.

Hampton has always seemed to have compromise is seen as another step in Bv Bobby I..Taylor Editor, Telegraph:

it's share of trouble, and then some, at upgrading of Hampton's image. All par- Christmas shopping can be quite a if you buy gift plants from a supermarket, I wish to thank Bradford County EMS for

one time reaching exposure on area ties present, from the Mayor to the challengeto your brain, as well as your discount store, or similar outlet, you'll the great job they did on Dec. 1 at approx-

television as residents took to toting Council, both seated and resigned, were cost budget., there's In addition always to that the consideration old question of of need to be able to identify vigorous, imately 10:30: p.m. at SR 16 and Morgan

guns from fear. In another incident, a forced to look to a compromise by the what to give. For some of those on your healthy Look for plants compact on your, rather own. than spindly Road.

power struggle had raged between actions of Jane Hall. Hall refused to be list, plants might offer a nice solution. A plants. An abundance of foliage is usuallya While driving home from work at UCI, I
former office holder Gordon Wadsworthand present until the matter was resolved healthy, vigorous plant usually is a good sign. A spindly plant without a good lost control of my Toyota as I braked to
many of the then council for a other than by appointment of new welcome addition for either home or land- supply of leaves may be the victim of avoid hitting a large dog that ran out in
scape. But, before you rush to your various leaf spot diseases or insect front of me. The next thing I knew was my
resolved problems
{period of years, never being members, crippling.any action for lack favorite nursery,you should consider whatto that have caused leaves to fall. overturned car was being uprighted and I

just varying in intensity.No of a quorum. look for, and what to avoid in plant Make sure the leaves have a good,uniform was being extricated from my vehicle.All .

one knows what specific This action forced a careful con- selection. color. Check tips of leaves for brown or rescue workers involved were very
about the recent Whether you're shopping for a gift plant yellow discoloration. Inspect the trunk and good and I especially wish to my
disagreements brought sideration of all facets of the convey
problem, for a friend, or for an addition to your own branches to see that they are well-formed, appreciation to the EMT who stabilizedmy
problems. In recent months, many and is seen here as the equivalent of collection, you should choose your pur- without cracks, peels or scars. head with his hands during the entire
regular observers had seen that Hampton "counting to ten" when a person gets chase carefully. Plants come in a wide Carefully examine each plant for any extrication process.I .
was making progress in many mad. As often happens when we slow range of grades, conditions, and standards signs of insects or disease problems. Some
sometimes hard tell lost a great deal of blood from severe
and it's to things to look for are speckling on the a
areas, including association with the down and think, quiet ways to resolve a which ones have the best chance for sur- leaves,which indicates spider mite injury; scalp laceration and suffered a cervical

Bradford Chamber of Commerce, plansfor problem come along.It vival.Usually, better plants will cost more curled or distorted leaves, caused by aphid fracture with some nerve damage,but feel
use of the old city park as a possible money. But, this isn't a hard and fast rule. injury; and small bumps on stems and that it would have been much more exten-
light industry site, and work on the first appears that this situation has been When nurseries have sales, they offer top undersides of leaves, resulting from a sive if the immediate stabilization had not

comprehensive plan for a county wide settled, in a manner that is pleasing to quality plants at bargain prices. The im- scale attack. Common disease problems been handled so well.
cooperative animal control agreement.The those dedicated to political com- portant thing is to be able to tell what often show up in yellow or brown leaves, Shands-cair provided the transportationto
quality is. rotting stems, and brown roots. Check the AGH, but the all-important "first on the
group had also seen much improve- promise. This offers much hope to If you visit a nursery that tags plants ac- soil to make sure it has good color, and scene"treatment was provided by our own
ment of the new city park, with installa- us who have .watched Hampton for cording to the standards of the Florida hasn't been too heavily compacted. Pick EMS. All Bradford County residents

tion of equipment, and construction of years, and is a big step in Hampton's. Division of Plant Industry, you'll have a each plant up and make sure that roots should feel proud to have such well-trained
permanent buildings on the site. progress and it's future. much easier time deciding on quality. A aren't growing out of the bottom of the pot. personnel available when Deeded in
"Florida Fancy" is an extremely healthy, Some other considerations involve emergency situations. V*
vigorous plantwell shaped, with good where a gift plant will eventually be Betty WoodardPage
c.emE o. SQu &" 11476 isIE PcPE., -- strong branches and dense foliage. A grown. If the plant is to be kept? indoors,'

.._'-'=- "Florida Number One" is a healthy, you should determine whether it requires
vigorous plant with a good shape and a special lighting. If the plant is to be grown I poMTCiIiZeVI'4
..-= good supply of leaves. All other plants are outdoors, you must determine whether it's 1JoTEUC
labeled umber Three". adaptable to the climatic conditions of its lU0 .
While these are cheaper, they also have eventual planting site. Your nurseryman
the poorest chance of survival. If your should be able to help you in making such
... The (attatt known tree I I' a giant Sequoia over 83 feet In circumaranca. nursery doesn't classify plants this way.or decisions.
The median aye In the U.S. Is! 31.

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Joyce Rlherd Honored, at Christmas;!


Mrs. Joyce Riherd. retiring Brad- flanked by silver candlesticks who was accompanied by a groUp
ford County Health Department: holding Christmas red candles. A from that organization.
Nursing Director, and Mrs. J. W. silver tea and coffee service was Chairmen for this event were Mrs.
Griffin,president,greeted membersand placed on one end of the table and a R.A.Green, Jr., Mrs. George
guests at the annual Christmastea punch bowl at the other.Silver Roberts, Mrs. R. .BIgp and Mrs.
of the Woman's Club of Starke trays held assorted finger foods. J.R.Reddish.
'r ; held on Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 4 Gold and silver garlands, poinset-
1 to 5:30: p.m. In the clubhouse. tias and large decorated wreaths
f : Those members received into the combined with a large "Annalee" Methodist. Cantata
,. Woman's Club during 1983 were Santa guarding his pack of gifts Sunday EveningThe
i(. honored, and each was presentedwith (loaned by Mrs.C.E.O'Steen for the
a holiday corsage,pinned on by occasion) brought the holiday spiritto adult choir of the First United
-iJ Mrs. Griffin. Past presidents of the the setting.During Methodist Church will present "Joy
,. Woman's Club assisted by pouring the afternoon Mrs. W. H. to the World" Sunday evening Dec.
w ' The clubhouse was beautifully entertained the group with pianorenditions
f decorated for the occasion: a tradi- of popular and holiday The Christmas cantata is a collec-
tional Christmas tree stood before songs. tion of traditional Christmas carols
'. the stage, which was highlighted by Among the invited guests were and hymns arranged by John Rud-
garlands of evergreens and holly, Mrs. Jewell Norris, the president of der.The
looped with red velvet bows. The the Macclenny Woman's Club, public is invited.
,.. ... I refreshment table was covered witha leading a delegation from her club;
L : ... ... white lace tablecloth and centered Mrs. Linda Boggs, president of the Cross Pen ft Pencil
with an imposing arrangement of Melrose Woman's Club; and Mrs. From*I2.9
ar white frosted wheat, gold balls, red Jessie Meyers, president of the The Office Shop
poinsettias and peacock feathers, Keystone Heights Woman's Club HOW. Call St.

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Mrs. Joyce Riherd Honored... ,
Mrs. Joyce Kiherd. center Is shown flanked by Mrs. J.W. (Griffin President of the Woman's Club of Starke "'
George Roberts' Fourth Vice President' left; and Mrs. right, at the club's annual Christmas Tea. 811 S. Walnut 964.7830


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; Happy HolidaysStarkeBradford i




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Years Young...
Marian Walmsley presents a birthday cake to Inez Bill| Graham, left and Christine Lewis were looking
Green on Thursday, Dec. 12 at an impromptu party at on. Irs. Green has been a regular luncheon patron and .A.\
Koch's Drug Store.. familiar figure at the drug store for a number of years. 1

Weeks UDC Christmas DinnerThe

W.T.Weeks chapter United Thoughts on Christmas that we
Daughters of the Confederacy held should think of our Savior's birth,
its Christmas party at the Starke the Prince of Peace and that it ,
Woman's Club on Monday, Dec. 16 means peace in our hearts. County
with a luncheon at 12 noon. The chapter president, Mrs.
Special guest was the Distnct II Franklyn Weisgerber spoke of
Director, Florida Division, U.D.C., Christmas during the War Betweenthe Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. W.J.Flannery of Jacksonville, States and how toys were Im-
who spoke about the importance of provised for the children from R
all members attending District pieces of wood and cloth. Dolls were KcproenungBROOKER i
meetings and State Conventions made from a piece of cloth and : I MAMMON I LAWTEY I STARKE r' U
whenever possible as this forms Shirley Pereira demonstrated how
lasting relationships with members one could be made from a handker-
that endure a lifetime and creates a chief.

closeness and more productive work December 1985 -- ,.
for the organization.The The luncheon tables were
U.D.C. was formed to look with white cloths centered at inter-
after the soldiers who returned vals with potted poinsettias,
home from the war and their greenery and Christmas figures.
families. A few widows still receive Large red and white candles were .
pensions from the U.D.C. A more also used at the tables and ap-
important work now is providing propriate symbols of Christmaswere Dear Christmas Shopper,
educational scholarships to their hung on the walls of the room.
descendants. Mrs. Flannery urged Mrs. Mona Canova presented
each member to be a worker and not Christmas music which was sung by Christmas and all of the wonder that comes with

put a burden on a few members. Be the group and. concluded the affair this very special time of the year is nearly upon us and
ancestor proud of be your proud heritage of you-?would Mrs.Flan-your with Ten members of the Joseph E. like most everyone else you are no doubt busy buying gifts

nery spoke briefly on the Con- Finegan chapter, U.D.C. and of .. for your loved ones and friends. When buying this Holiday

what federate it stood flags for., describing each and also Keystone Mrs. Herbert Heights Green were ,guests Mrs. Effie Season, save money time and gas by ShoppingAtHome.The .

Mrs. R.A.Green, Sr. gave a talk on Alderman and Mrs. Linda Sullivan.
variety of gift ideas in local stores for

Anna Maria Alvarez the people on your shopping list are almost endless. In

Woman's Club January Frank WoodTo addition, do not underestimate the savings that can be

Meetings Changed Wed Jan. 10 found in local stores on both sale items and regular priced '

Members of the Woman's Club of Jean Alvarez of merchandise. Even if prices are slightly less elsewhere ,
William and Anna
Starke are asked to take particular East Point, Ga., former Starke when you add the cost of travelling to the purchase of the
notice of the changes in the January,
1986 meetings. Due to the NewYear's residents, announce the ap- gift "at that great sale price" you may actually pay
of their
of the proaching marriage more0
holiday, the meeting
Maria to Frank E.
daughter, Anna ,
executive board will be held at the
Wood, son of James Wood and the
clubhouse at 1 on Wednesday, ".
Jan. 8, one week p.m.later than normal. late Willie Ruth Bentley of Rome, By patronizing local merchants you are helping .

The regular luncheon-meeting will Ga.The event will take place Friday, to support those who assist your County year round while at ,
also be one week later than previously at Christines the same time building a strong local economy. Remember
announced Wednesday Jan. Jan. 10, at 7:30 p.m. :'i"
on "
East Point.Ga. shop wisely and
Wedding Chapel in Shop-at-Home this Christmas Season.
15.This No invitations are being sent but
is the Arts and Crafts
meeting, and all members are re- all friends and relatives are ... .
attend. ?
quested to bring their hand-crafted \ .
articles to the clubhouse for display Merry Christmas and \
during the meeting,and for selection A Happy New Year from '
which will representthe DeadlineDue ..
of those Early .
Club at the district level. 11 ; ,
Starke .
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to Christmas and New r. : 11 '
Included also will be clothing made .. ,
"" t ... .
the .
Year Holidays, \ ," ,''1 \1.
who asked to the
by the members, are deadlines for Board of Governors of the ,. :
will have early ; .
their creations to meeting.
wear news for the next two weeks. ;" Starke-Bradford County ; .:tt, : I
and Mrs. Norman ,
Al Young ;
Mrs. will be .;" ", .
Christmas week Issue ",. : "F CHamber of Commerce "
Conti are-co-chairing the,January "," C' ., il;,.:l':."
New ..
23. 'AI.
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printed Monday "(i.' .!:. .... '... ". .
meeting.Key '
business c .
will be printed \ 1Io"h\
week >
Years t <<
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Chains and Hampton news must be In by :: ". ..... ... .,1... ,.,,;12''''4" t:... r
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Shop > ,,
The Office Saturday previous. Your f', f' ') ,' ,t :'t" '
110 W. Call St. cooperation will be appreciated. 202 .South; Walnut Street: I P. O. But 576 I Surke, Fl :52091 I (904) !%4J17BVI : '
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American Legion Post and Auxiliary Hold Christmas Dinner and ProgramThe

American Legion, post 56 and Sanderson, a Navy Fighter Pilot anda operating in the Eastern Mediten. Field to view the VA 82 Aircraft, ar- their service to the Legion Post.
the American Legion Auxiliary held veteran of the Vietnam Conflict nean on Sept. 20, 1985. The flag will mament and operation of the Toni Coss, Auxiliary President
its Christmas dinner for their and Command Master Chief be on display at the Legion HaU. squadron. The date for the open presented Commander Brown with a
families and guests at the Legion W.T.Kulier, U.S.N. Commander Commander Sanderson, com- house is Friday, Dec. 20, noon until 6 check, proceeds of their recent rum-
Hall on Edwards Road on Tuesday Sanderson presented to Post Com- mander of Attack Squadron 82 at p.m. mage sale, which is to be added to
evening Dec. 10.Distinguished mander Bob Brown an American Cecil) Field, N.A.S. invited all Second Vice Commander, Charlie the building fund. Commander
guests at the dinner flag which was flown from the mastof Legionaires, their families and Schaefer, recognized all past Post Brown thanked all who contributedto
were Commander Robert (Sandy) the U.S.S.Nimitz (CVN 68) while guests to an open house at Cecil Commanders and thanked them for the Building Fund.
After the dinner Christmas carols
were sung, led by Toni Coss and Vi
Did You KnowThe Stallings.

Elec./ Pencil SharpenersThe
Methodist Womens Sunday Spec 4 Mary Richardson of Fort Chrisandra Louise Hamilton Mrs. Lou Struth returned Tuesday Office Shop
School class held its covered dish Gordon, Ga., daughter of Mr. and graduated from the Florida State after a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. 110 W. Call St.
Lillian Ghent Christmas dinner Tuesday night at Mrs. Tillman Richardson of Starkewas University on Dec. 1 on her parents, Rod Struth in Plant City and over
chosen soldier of Mr. night Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
the and
month. Mrs. Irie John Hamilton's22nd Office Furniture
the home of Mrs. Drew Reddish with
Lillian Ghent, 20 attending. Gifts were exchanged. Dec., for' the First Brigade of I ho anniversary. Bobby Case in Lake City. Office Chairs
James HeizerTo Alpha ( 0. The Office Shop
110W. Call St.
Wed Jan. 11

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ghent,Jr. of
Lawtey announce the engagementand
approaching marriage of their r
daughter, Lillian Tresent Ghent, to VIII
James Craig Heizer of Cincinnati,
Ohio, son of the late James Heizer
and Mrs. Heizer of Baltimore, Md. '

the The Florida bride-elect Institute graduated of Technologyand from ".4 ivIifl4Pj: ) t: : % % It H (

is employed by Sperry Corp. ", r
Mr. Heizer also graduated from I IJI

Florida Institute of Technology andis r d IIIIIII'll' Ilflll ? p ,
employed by the Dept. of the
The wedding will take place Jan.
11, at 1 p.m. in St.Johns Baptist
Church, Lawtey.All '
friends and relatives are invited -

to attend. -'- d, .

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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren spent All Trees C OfftUWXU sa_ M 0 1N __
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the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jef- --- per 'fI' Fesrterrtel ?
frey Warren in Brandon and attended -
the BHS game.

Mr.and Mrs. William S. Peters are ?"
attending the funeral of his brother, ; ; :

Charles Peters in LaMont.Fl. today, l' .
Thursday. jri
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Robin Hutcheson and Marty f' 4 I n
Lovgren of Georgia Tech. visited ;
Mrs. Edith Hutcheson over the r '
weekend.Mrs. { .. .

Jim Hardee and children of f, fOTV EKtAUOE GIFT SEt -
Leesburg and Mrs. Ann Hollard of I t. # SHUT UKWNHMOZ. CCTT WIB MUSIva
Jacksonville were weekend guests of CUOCNIJ75OZ. '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell. 1 EWOU cm H. 12.00 ?!) .' + '.r
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The Methodist Chancel Choir helda 8 47. snuff' tas-ci 10.09 --
covered dish dinner Dec. 8 at the p. ilOT10J12O2., S Xa ) a
home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish j _
and practised for the Cantata after.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of
Redkey, Ind. were Thursday to Mon-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW.

Selina Cassels

Kevin ScheetzTo j

Wed Dec: 21 ,

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cassels of I'I
Starke announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter, Selina ( 'r I,,..
Sue, to Kevin Randall Scheetz, son of $ONN1E KUUKUUCMItS I rot DUtUIt BATH -
Don and Sharon Scheetz of Keystone W CUIES..L #E00 : : h Jo1BiMwIU5Rt0tDGNEY.-OZ. KMKEH OfT HI
Heights.The UEpOT1ON 9Se, leg. 125 txl .'::,, +< "F j with TEDDY BEAR IeiPir, Ota{}? sun py SUCH U",
bride-elect is attending Santa Se.a- ':;.'J; :"
Fe Community College and is
employed by Western Steer.
Mr. Scheetz attended Santa Fe ,
Community College and is employedby ;0,.,,, .. ..
Liberty National Insurance.The r
wedding will take place Saturday -
Dec. 21, at 7 p.m. in Heilbron / ." .' ",
Springs Baptist Church.All .
friends and relatives are in- FABU'LASH "
vited to attend.Wedding 1<1 \ ," .
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PostponedDue ". i ." ( I .... ___ -

to circumstances the wedding : h... ,'. "': ..', .,.,., : -""""' ,:',;'
of Barbara Jackson to Leslie 1<1 1I'" \ ( \ 1 I.
Jackson, scheduled for Dec. 24, has .
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Sunday EveningThe : :

Pine Level Baptist Church,
located 3 miles west of Starke on :
SR100, choir will present "Carol of .
Christmas", cantata by John W.
Peterson, on Sunday, Dec. 22, at 6 I r-]
p.m. "Carol of Christmas" is basedon bibB

Pastor the traditional Roman Christmas Alvarez carols.and : ;

members of Pine Level extend an in t"4': :\ :<, I "''''' '' '
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to all .h. I .j
vitation to attend this special \ "" '-
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Dinner Jan. 10 -' '-''' ------'
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Bradford Masonic Lodge 35 will .. <,
have the installation of new officers I --
on Friday evening, Jan. 10. I r
Dinner will be served between 6:30: I
and 7 p.m., a business meeting will rc I1mmUmUUmmi
follow at 7:30 p.m. This will be a
covered dish supper. lJmn1l1I1mm\llm\
The lodge will furnish the meat. :....-.. "
Members are asked to please at- 1 : i I lJmJlJmUlJmllllJlII e

tend friends.If and. bring your family and r 1 .e.,.!".,._,......:.-.:._-_. ] -

you do plan to attend call :
964-5606. --

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Reunion Dec. 27A ; #96009 Reg. 34.991 j
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"Home for the Holidays" Reu-
nion is being planned for Friday ;
Dec. 27 at 8 p.m. at the Starke Country l
Club. -t there when you need us... ri\'iy\ t.
The reunion is being planned by i I
members of the 1958: '59, and '60 especially during the holidays.]
BHS graduating classes. They invite 4 [_j Make sure your prints t are as bright.
all out-of-town visitors as well as Your Eckerd Pharmacist will be on during
local friends to come and renew old Take film, t to Eckerd f for r
friendships. the Christmas holidays with helpful advice Sale prKH food tbru your I quality I processingwith

Please spread the word. Everyoneis and prescription expertise. Sit,,December 21ftSH the Kodak Colorwatch seal. ,
asked to bring an appetizer and/or W* vtMm M9 ?
(0 'M MM*MUM IM.MftMn .
contribute to the D.J. Fund. To an Eckerd Pharmacist, *M n *t
For details contact Harriet Bryan nothing's more Important than your health.a IMM unmn ?
964-5787 or Linda Kaye GUlingham.
964-5787; or Virginia and Randy
Johns 964-5529.

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Hampton HilitesBy

is set for Jan. 2. Anyone between the fruit basket and entertained with Hazel Bass and Mrs. Evelyn Mc- Alley Cat Bowling Lanes. Christmas Day Mass at 10 a.m.Children's .
Dolor. the weekend of Jan. 11,
ages of 8-18 is invited to join the club. Christmas songs. The Scouts were Clellan who sang spiritual songs.
Phon.'&I.ItIS'h.r..a.Hampton Mrs. will
Clayton Christmas
Saturday Christmas Party accompanied by their leaders, They were accompanied on guitarsby accompany
to Beach where
The Baker and Mr. Howard Coleman and Mrs. Daytona
4-H Club Hampton Christmas Parade Kerry Patty McCullough.Susie state competition will be held. Party Held SundayOn
is scheduled for Sat., Dec. 21 Lott Hosts Party
At the organizational meeting of 3 Mrs. Susie Following dinner, Christmas gifts Hampton Elementary School Sunday Dec. 15, a Christmas
Santa is Lott hosted
p.m. expected to be hand a
the 4-H club held on Dec. 5 at on Christmas Holidays held for the children of St.
Hampton with Christmas treats for children Christmas Buffet Dinner for were distributed. Mrs. Lilly Chesserof Party was
Elementary, the following were the area. of residents of her retirement home High Springs assisted her Christmas Vacation Holidays will Edward's Parish. Santa paid a visit
selected as officers to serve the be Dec. 22 through Jan. 6. Jan. 6 is and they refreshments of
Theressa-Hampton Club: President Condolence and friends Friday night, Dec. 13. daughter in prepanng the dinner. designated< 'feacher Planning Day.: beverages and! goodies.
Anthony Redding; Vice President Among special guests were Special Olympics Held will return to classes on wasln
is extended to the fami- Students Sallye Scoggins charge of ar-
Jason Sympathy members of the Sampson City On Sat., Dec. 7, the Winter Special
Hersey Hersey and ; Secretary Holly ly and friends of Mrs. Ethel V. Church of God. Rev. Gene Bass Olympics were held in Gainesville.Mrs. Tuesday, Jan. 7.Christmas rangements for the party
Broome.; Reporter Christina Tidwell who died at age 95 on Dec. Pastor of the church was introducedby Anna Clayton and Mrs. Mary Mass ScheduleSt. Altar
Meetings of this Club 14. Mrs. Gladys Graves Griffis. He Strong, Counsel Coordinators ac- Society
the first Thursday of are scheduled Cub Scouts EntertainOn gave the message on the true mean companied residents of the Sunshine Edward's Catholic Church will Host VOA PartyThe
from 7-8 in the every month Dec. 11 eight members of the ing of Christmas and suggested proper Industries and other students to the celebrate the Children's Christmas
p.m. School residents of the Volunteers of
Cafeteria.The Hampton Cub Scout Troop 675 visited the Su- observance of this special Gainesville High School, where Vigil Liturby at 7 p.m. on Dec. 24.
El's Retirement Home. also invited to attendt America Home were honored with a
They season. basketball games were held. Par. Everyone is
first meeting of the New Year resented the residents with a fresh Mrs. Griffis also introduced Mrs. ticipants also enjoyed. bowling at the Midnight Mass and the_ Christmas Party on Friday, Dec. 13,
given by St. Edward's: : Altar. Society.
Teresa Meng led the girls in singing
)" ,{ ,
Christmas songs. Refreshmentsof
"L.h'",,,;> ,'..- cold drinks, cookies, cakes and
> ,. snacks served. The
:: were party concluded
., with the presentation of
!: Christmas gifts to the girls.
Assisting with the party were
Pauline Oeschger, Antoinette
C Stefanelli, Dorothy Rife, Viola
pJjn Lefebvre, Antoinette Surrency, Bet-
ty Dazinski and Dolores Meng.ABOUNDING.
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,:! .-_.. ... / 'Ii'-." ...,, Haley Marie Vaughn
"' ; -- '" .'if,,,, "',; p4 Billy and Debbie Vaughn of Starke
,, announce the birth of a daughter,
:. :: lecmrliQOSI-u. NQDt9. Haley Marie, born Nov. 29 in
CKACttArtoMicrs 2' 4.9W. gYOUlg 2i" CtNLi1 Alachua General Hospital.
row OFT BIOWsosan. Maternal grandmother is Marlene
aura ICmIICIf, 100 TOOTHPASTE ". -'
Paternal grand-
of Starke.
RIFF Lit1iI1.;:.. ,4. .: '. parents Hughey are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin

Vaughn of Pensacola.

Bake Starke Sale Church of God will have a

bake sale Saturday starting at 8:30:
!Light Set jU, a.m. in front of Rawsons and Winn-

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Employees Have Dinner

Party SaturdayMr.
'-. -;-
Scotch 1 I r and Mrs. Warren Winkler
were hosts at a dinner party Satur-
the Yearling
day night at
Restaurant at Cross Creek for the
employees of Winkler Electric.A .
social hour was enjoyed by the
; 10 attending at the Winkler home
previous to the dinner.


Leilas Dress Shop ,
,I I Holds Christmas PartyMr.

'. =trr z i"2.00t.' a ,, fit 3.99 .n C E e it 991 ,; c t SS IiClrfStfNTEO and Mrs. J. R. Reddish were
.00 TAPE w x 300" ST mJLONC uGla, RIEm q 1 hosts at a buffet dinner last Thurs-

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".1...'. : __ _._ j ia home in Raiford.
Appropriate Christmas decorations
highlighted points of interest in
the party rooms.
i The buffet table was covered witha
71 white linen cloth and centered witha
) holiday arrangement.The .
I if' Sampler I I ,HhpavorUes I II 20 guests included the old and
\ !"( new employees and husbands and
Mrs. P.D. Reddish.

I : SampleSFavorlte. CHIPS '/ i --

CENTERf 1 t ERA Tiffin & Owen Staff

I IUCH'S' Celebrate ChristmasOn
1.79 SHEET !i M3M'S. 'UIII OrIOOR RUFFLES (j I 97 e CHERRIES CHOCOLATE 8-OZ COVERED 79C IEILS BAILS Thursday, Dec:! at 6:30: p.m.
: SAllti .
STORY CANDY poraro : tj .. i SII..tllItg.
2.19 tA I 9PEANUT ;2'J"' 49 CHEWY OrSOFTCENTEJ' C 7-02. or CHIPSOL E ug 1.59.., Ot. Reg. 1.09 ERA Christmas Tiffin & Owen party the held home its annual of

1! __ .. ._ .. __I L __ _____.-J L.. __ [ ._ ___ L.. .); Susan Faulkner Reddish, Vice-
.. -' .. r,_- .. v '_ -... -'- -- M. president of the company, at her
r" ; home on Bessent road.
r- f I ILlptan. I 16 employees and spouses enjoyed

I __".a i I : ELECTRA dinner Christmas exchanging Carols. gifts and singing

: That evening open house
I I .!ti was given by William D. Tiffin,
President ol ERA Tiffin & Owen,
,i i t f I 6 r Inc. hosted by the employees of the
company at the horneof Randall and
i I Susan Reddish.
Approximately 50 guests called
I, J,'. between the hours of 9 and 11.
II I I t Cocktails, punch and hors

; FOR 10" SPIRAL or LIPTON CHIP t DIP TRAY METJU I !; ... HURRICANE SCRIPTO ElECTRA d'oeuvers were served. the
TAPERED UNDIES ONION SOUP MIX Or |"| f : "" LAMP with LIGHT LIGHTER The home was decorated
100 I.g. 69' *** [79C j re Nrn"ERCAAD 2.23/"H RM.* 599"NDIE" i 3 SHADE Reg. 9? joyed Christmas Christmas theme music and guests throughoutthe en-

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p rPr. Christmas PartyThe

Bradford Hospital Medical
staff held its annual Christmas din
1 Saturday, Dec. 14, in the
Stare Woman's Club honoring the
hospital employees Each memberof
the Medical staff contributed to
make the event successful.
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j many hospital employees the dinner
CIAIROI 1 > 5 VEHICLE 100 Of SOO- f RO-GUN CAP MUELl VHS was enjoyed by members of the
TR MIRROR' Hospital
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16.99 .19.19.9'# L J E S1TlES. 2.49 MCHDURASUM i HPESItg.. 1.69 R.g. 11.99 members and friends.In of Christmas. the

L,-_-___-_..,_---. --. .. .. :.. ._ _. tull. j decorations the spirit reflected the season
with hand crafted hanging snow

NEED MOR /Tff'V1' 70 SHOP? scenes stage and where Christmas T.J.tree Carver accentingthe spun

Have records to everyones enjoyment.Each .
your tST', table was covered with red
with Eckerd and American Greetings! h linen cloths and held red napkins
December 15 23. our With low Eckerd fanned with bows and candy cane
EVER Come in to Eckerd and win regular store hours holiday prices accents. Each table was centeredwith
cars, diamonds, tvs and more In the will be extended by 1 this will be holly rings and peppermint
AMERICAN CKhETiNCS Best Christmas Ever: sweepstakes. hour on Monday thru time well-spent. striped candles.
The American Greetings Christmas card you send or receive Saturday and 2 hourson After the buffet dinner, Christmas
Sunday. punch and hors d'oeuvers were served -
may be a winner! during the remainder of the even-
Over 1.200 winners In all. See the American Greetings' display at your Eckerd Drug Store for details.I ing. .
All of the festivities made this an
enjoyable event for Bradford

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Barbara Balkcom and Roger Rowe Jr. HOLIDAY GIFTS. GOOD ENOUGH_ 'EAT

Wed "Nov. 9 in Raiford Baptist' Church Few present are more joyous to this vanilla sugar where sugar is .Save and decorate containers
those that called for and omit the vanilla extract other snack
give and receive than from coffee, nuts, and
come from the kitchen. The warm Your treats will have just the items with colorful contact paperor
Barbara Annette Balkcom, feelings that a home right touch of vanilla flavor and leftover wallpaper swatches.Community .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James I. :
made gift linger long after the last one bean will last for years.
Balkcom of Lake Butler, and Roger
Wayne Rowe, Jr., son of Mr. and crumbs are relished.
4- Holiday recipes often call for
Mrs. Roger Wayne Rowe, Sr. of But some of the ingredients in News
Starke were united In. marriage popular Yuletide gifts such as cakes, just one cup of buttermilk. Don'trush

Saturday, Nov. 9, at 6 p.m. in the candies and cookies can be expen- out and purchase a quart that Greater Allen Chapel
First Baptist Church, Raiford with sive. Here are some' easy-to-leam might go to waste in your refrigerator. A.M.E.'Church
Rev. Ronnie Kinsaul performing the tricks to help you stay within your .Add a tablespoon lemon juiceto Homecoming will be observed
nuptials.The gift-giving budget without sacrificing a cup of whole milk,let it sit;for Sunday, Dec. 22, at 11 a.m. Please
altar was highlighted with two great taste. five minutes and voila, delicious come and bring a friend.
large white wicker baskets contain- buttermilk flavor! Dinner will be served after ser-
ing arrangements of white silk vices.
.When calls for
recipe va-
gladiolus, mums and carnations your .A buttery flavor can turn your Pre-Chrlstmas DinnerOn
against background of two nilla and sugar,try this economicalway most basic recipe into a gourmet Saturday, Dec. 21, beginning at
candelabras and ferns. A unity can- to give your holiday treats delicious ireat. Try Butter Flavor Crisco in 1 p.m. at RJE High School: Building
dle with white flowers fastened to it pure vanilla flavor without your holiday recipes for a delicious the members of the Subordinate
and a kneeling bench with a white using expensive vanilla extract. buttery flavor that costs leas than Lodges of Bradford CountyDistrictof
bow completed the setting. Purchase vanilla beans and keep butter and and the Most Worshipful Union Grand
Mrs. Susan Faulkner, pianist, and one in a special sugar cannister. some sodium margarines Lodge of the State of Florida and
Miss Melissa Addison, soloist Let stand for 2-3 days, then use contain no or cholesterol. their auxiliaries will sponsor a pre-
presented a program of nuptial C hr i stmas D inner' C or th'a cam mu..I...
music. Early DeadlineDue ty, especially the aged and those
Jimmy Davis served as best man who may not have someone to makfc
and Tommy Balkcom, brother of the to Christmas and New Year Holidays, the Telegraph will have special preparation for this great
bride was groomsman. Ushers were early deadlines for news for the next two weeks. event. All handicapped will be sent a
Randy Balkcom, brother of the Christmas-week Issue will be printed Monday, Dec. 23. New Years plate, if reported to the committee.
bride, Chad Thornton, Wayne Sut- EWTrTT/ 't week Issue will be printed Monday Dec. 30. All social, church and Chairman: Bro. Eugene Smith,
ton, cousin of the groom. n Hampton news must be In by Saturday previous. Your cooperation will Bro. Ira Hudson, Bro. Richard
Miss Amy Black attended as maidof { be appreciated. Chandler.
honor. Karen Rowe, sister of the r
groom was an attendant. They were i ,
s 's
gowned alike in pink taffeta gowns a k \i t
with heart shaped neckline, fitted l ,
bodice, lace cap sleeves and lace .4
cumberbund with' floor length full ,
skirt. They wore baby's breath in .
their hair and carried nosegays of ;. :.:: I

shades of pink silk lilies and baby's ", ,,, .., "If. \t ti
breath with lace streamers.The .:; ;- ,'.
bride, given in marriage by : .
her father, wore her mother's wed- :
ding gown which was silk organza
over taffeta with a magnificent
The fitted bodice had a .
scalped sabrina neckline with long .
tapered sleeves ending at the wristsin
calla lily points. The front of the _
gown had lace leaf appliques en- Mr.and Mrs. Roger RoweJr.
crusted with irridescent sequins and ; 1tl 'JKI'
seed pearls. Her forward crown of ;
Madison St.
lace leaves was encrusted with tiny Selina Cassels Baptist

seed pearls, pearl peps and aurora Honored With ShowersMiss Adult Ladies DinnerThe
crystal beads over a four tiered
Adult Ladies IV
bouffant veil of French illusion. She Selina Cassels, whose mar- Sunday
School class of
Madison Street
carried a cascade of 24 white silk riage to Kevin Scheetz will be an Bap-
roses, English ivy, white event of Dec.21, was honored at two tist Church had a buffet dinner a a aim
stephanotis.and baby's breath with showers recently. Thursday, Dec. 12 at the home of
Mrs. Ina Clare o
Martin of
streamers of lace ribbon with LOVE On Monday night, Dec. 2 Miss Acres. Strawberry
written on it. Cassels bridal
was given a
The home was decorated in the
A reception was held in the Angela Epps, Sherri Norman and
for the dinner
Fellowship Hall of the Church where Kristy Johns at the home of the lat par-
Sharie Rowe sister of the groom ty.
kept the bride's book. Standing in ter.Christmas decorations highlighted Following and dinner games were
the receiving line were the bride and points of interest in the party rooms played gifts exchanged with

groom and their parents. except in the dining room where the their secret pals. ..' L.. ..\. .:/: :
Decorating the hall were two bride-elects color motif of lavenderand ," : ,, '\ "
:;.: n.,; .'" J';" 'Tis the season
baskets of white silk gladiolus, purple were used. The refresh- St. John
mums and carnations behind the ment table was covered with a lace Miss. Baptist .. .r
bride's table. A pink arrangement cloth and centered with a cake Christmas CelebrationSt.John to be cautious.

featuring a umbrella was used on decorated in lavender and purple. Missionary .......... .
Baptist .
the finger food table. "
Finger foods, cake and punch were
The bride's table was covered witha served. Church invite the public to its an- We joyously supply the power that lights up

white lace cloth and centered witha The guests each wrote her favorite nual Christmas celebration on Sun- your holiday season.And we ask you -
four tiered wedding cake with a recipe for the honoree. day, Dec. 22, at 6 p.m. Rev. Willie :( ; '::04 : please
; : use itcarefully.AJ rea
Huffman \\N' J .._
pastor. J.
pink fountain. The cake was made *;. -*- '. '''I''f,: ::11 iV' and follow '-''
instwctiottstha" tw.itlfglfit"l'thatar
by a close /amityfriendSharon- bridal; ;" .. .. ;
On Dec. 10 a shower was "'''' ." '
Williams. The bottom had '. power 1t11tdit xampl!
layer pink given by the women of the Grace ,
roses and the other layers had tiny Baptist Church at the church. The R.A.LittlefieldStationed only grounded extension cords,don't trim hedges

pink flowers on the sides, and was presents were placed under a in NC ". when the ground is wet and keep electric cords
topped with a bride and groom witha Christmas tree decorated with .
out of the of
cutting edges.
lace hart shaped background. Cut- lavender and purple bows. Navy Petty Officer 1st class way
ting the cake were Lucinda Williams The Christmas motif was carried Richard A. Littlefield, son of PercyW. Christmas lights also should be used with care.
and Marion Sutton, cousin of the out in the refreshment table appoint- Littlefield of Lawtey recently Keep them away from flammable decorations,
groom. ments. returned from a 6'/4 month deploy- .
The groom's chocolate cake was ment to the Mediterranean Sea check. forwom or broken sockets, cracked insulation
served from a lace covered' table while stationed aboard the frigate and frayed cords, turn them off when you go out

decorated with ferns. USS Bowen, homeported in [ and use no more than three sets of lights
Punch was served from a lace
Charleston, SC. .
:. t on an extension cord.And of
covered round table decoated with course,
He joined the Navy in June 1969. ,
ferns. never put lights on a metal tree.

St.Augustine Following the a wedding couple is residing trip to Y Make safety your first New Years resolution.

in Lake Butler. The groom is Gator Pens-f 13.98 And have a mos oyous holiday season.

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Pageant Preliminaries Business The Office Card Shop Holders I I

Americal Royal Princess J JO W. Call St. FLORIDA POWER &LIGHT COMPANY
Pageant, the most glamorous and
prestigious children's and teen's
pageant in the U.S.A., is currently

holding preliminary pageants Seaman Kimberly Lawson
throughout Florida searching for
representatives to the State Com- Seaman Kimberly Lawson
petition for girls in the following age
groups: 2-4 years; 5-7 years; 8-11 Completes TrainingNavy ,
years; 12-14 years; 15-17 years; and Seaman Recruit Kimberly 1
18-19 years (contestants age as of A. Lawson, daughter of Jerry P. and
May 1, 1986)). Patsy N.Lawson, both of Starke,has
Preliminary winners receive their completed recruit training at
entry fees paid to state finals, plus Recruit Training Command in
official crown, trophy, banner and Orlando, Fla.Lawson's.
flowers. studies included
State winners receive an all expense seamanship, close order drill Naval
paid trip for themselves and history and first aid. Personnel who
their {parents to "OPRYLAND, complete this course of instructionare
U.S.A.' with accommodations for eligible for three hours of college
themselves and their parents pro- credit in physical education and
vided by the pageant. hygiene.A .
Over $8,000 in fabulous prizes will 1983 graduate of Bradford High
be awarded at the State Competition. School, she joined the Navy in
> special'offers on'oui tf.Mir r'n
August, 100s.C.P.O. T0KB a aftta9ef(6Mh8e:(
Judging is based on beauty, poise jojcy 'Kerituckfc-'FWCl' Chicken maCH.' with jhf'.Coi
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testants who wish to compete.For Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer
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contact American Royal Princess Linda, is the daughter of Queen E.
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Lack of Offensive Punch Slows BHS Basketball n Squad in First Games

Starling out" the" Bradford high Upcoming... and cut Bakers lead to five at the one for one which could have given"' coach especially defensively," said 'III;. .:UK pleased that BHS played
five have lost their first two games Tomorrow night (Friday, Dec. 20) end and then to three points early lathe them an extra basket. Gu win of the opening game good defense, holding St.Augustine
due to a lack of offensive punch. the Tornado five travel to fourth quarter. Herbie Cooper led the Tornado re- 42-28 loss to St.Augustine played on to 14 points in the second half.
BHS lost 40-28 to St.Augustine in Hawthorne High ranked No. 2 in bounding with 13, Diggs had 10, and the Bradford High court last Satur- BHS shot 12 for 50, or 26 percent
the season opener Saturday Dec.. 14. Class 1A until last week. The next The Bradford players started Frank Long had jt,. day nightJDec.i4. from the field and 4 for 15, or 26 percent
Baker High of Macclenny visited action will be the Gainesville High reaching and fouling Baker, quit from the free throw.line. .
and won 57-49 Tuesday night Dec. School Holiday Invitational set Jan. moving their feet and put Baker Frank Long played well all things The BHS five rushed through its
back the free throw line. Baker considered Coach Godwin said. offense and .
17. 34. on was not patient enough INS ti s 4 > ii
made 11 for 17 free throws in the Long had 14 points and hustled on to get points Coach Godwin said. It.Aug. 17 11 4 10 .<>
Defensively, the Tornado five fourth period. The Wildcats missed defense. Ron Brown came in and Senior forward Herbie Cooper BHS- Mitchell ..0.!, Cooper. 4-M 1>>, Dlgot., ,,
looked ,, ,.,, J-0-4. Totals
pretty good says Coach Jay Jackson .t. Johnson Long
some early foul shots but made the contributed tonight with some key scored 10 points. Playmaker Simon
Godwin forcing both SA and Baker Baker 57 BIIS 49 ones they needed to make, the one baskets and rebounds. Mitchell scored,8 points. 11-4-11.t.AuguitlnoWad.,.S. Davis!..>.Taylor
out of their offense. .
The Tornado five started off the and ones, down the stretch. 1.0.4. Stewart S-3-II, Abare 1-1-4, Tomllun e-0-tl.

Coach Godwin is not pleased with game man-to-man and got into early .HI 7 IS un.., Two footballers, Frank Long and girls JV tali--
the lack of continuity on offense and foul trouble, with three guys fouling BHS outscored Baker 20 to 19 in Biker Mitchell\1"-.'. 14 Cooper II f-0-lfl II Dlggt-HBradford Patrick Diggs, who played in the '
the lack of concentration on short out in the 57-49 loss to Baker High. field goals, but lost the game at the .0.1., Long 5-4-14, Brown t-0-10 Hampton '-',4. state championship game Friday NM game
shots and free throws which shouldbe free throw line. Totals' ,0-".'. night made the switch to basketball .
INS2 I 14 f g M
made. The early foul trouble forced BIIS 1-1II.Beker V. Ruin O. Rulie.,.,1-7-17., Blue S-e-M Jones, J.lf.rson l-O-l. Bernum,.... Saturday night and played. Marion 10 4 It 1 M
to go to the bench and back to the BHS was 6 for 15 from the free Totals "-",17. Jeff Stewart led St.Augustine with BradfordDavey 7.2C..Parade4-0-1 J.Sear-
BUS is pressing too much not zone in the second period. BHS throw line in the first half which put 13 points. Honin Tomlin had 12. cy "-'-a, M. Dickinson 0-M. A. Collins ,..-" L.
passing the ball well and trying to outscored Baker 15-14 in the second us down by eight at the half largelydue St.Aug 42 BIIS 28 The main factor, said Coach God Tlerney. Marlon 4-0-1.M.Totals Brooks 14eM.N. 4-0-S. L. .vans,..., H.
force some things that are not there period. Bradford came back out in to free throws. Over-all BHS was "I was not pleased with the score win it was St.Augustine's fourth Young l-o-l, f. Brown.-l-t, Boottcher 4-J-H,
says Coach Godwin. trip thirft n mrt*.r wh .. ...-."-t*\-.....n 9-for-23 at the foul line a lot of them but I was pleased with the effort we game but the first for BHS. Godwin t. Harvey t..,. Totals. t.-.-...

Lady Tornadoes Up Bears Bears Bears PAUL Help JENKINS Us He FAMILY .-.

"Adorable Cloth Bears"
who lost their home in Lawtey PI'S

with personalized school due to a tragic fire December 3 HHut9f
WinThe jump suits ..
2-3 With
Record to Bradford Tornadoes Buy a Large Pizza, Receive a N. IImllll! "VI.. "liIl'II'
Bradford Middle School 1Ip r Discount of *1.00.... 964-8700

Lady Tornado basketball BUS 34, North Marion 65 e Bradford Cowboys '
Buy Medium Pizza, Receive a Discount of 501
team split their last two games "We just got blown out" said Gators
against Hawthorne and North Slater.In Seminole ,. Pizza Hut will match these discounts and
Marion, bringing their season the Lady Colts home gym, the
proceeds will to the Jenkins
go family.ONE
record to 2-3. visiting Tornadoes didn't have any
luck, losing 34-65 to a bigger' team. We Even Have DAY ONLY THURS., DECEMBER
Against the Hawthorne Hornets Starting with a press offense the Country. Pastel A Christmas Bears 468-2630 "Jolene

BUS dominated the boards pump- Colts were able to take and keep con Fi _....;:._
ing 64 points for a 64-51 win while trol of the game from the beginning.The raq 1ft'tf'I2 i tg "fi2 'W '<<
against the North Marion Colts it luckless Tornadoes were only
was a 34-65 loss. able to make 21-percent of their *
shots from the floor, 14 of 65, and GIVE YOUR FRIENDS A GIFT a
33-percent of their free throws 6 of
BUS 64, Hawthorne 51
18. -1l-I1
For their second win of the season, "They stayed in the press all
the Lady Tornadoes did it right witha night," said Slater. "In the second AS SPECIAL AS THEY ARE. IT
big score over the Lady Hornets. half we contained them with a half-
"We were never behind the whole court press defense."
ball game," said Coach John Slater. The Tornado defense made the
Shooting from the floor BHS was Colts turn the ball over a lot, said
able to make 41-percent of their Slater, and the team played closer in
shots and 60-percent from the free the fourth quarter.
throw line, said Slater. "We're so young," said the coach.
Leading the scorers was Beverly "We do real well or make the
Mosely with 27 points and 14 re- mistakes a young team will." Due to BHS Football Playoff in Bartow
bounds along with several steals late The team Kept hustling he said andit
in the ball to help them
game put was "Just one of those nights.

away. They never quit." of missed the Office
Guard Latonya Jenkins had an many you Shop's
outstanding game the coach said, Coming up...
and doing a good The Tornadoes home
scoring 13 points Lady game
job on defense. Angel Spell droppedin opener is set tonight (Thursday
12 points for the Tornadoes in con Dec. 19) at 5 p.m. in the BHS gym 25 % Hallmark Sale
against Baker High. Friday, the I off
Really coming along according to team will go to Cedar Key to play
Slater is Kelley Jackson who scored Cedar Key High.
4 points and did an outstanding job These two games are considered We
extend i invitation for to this sale
playing center on defense."She's crucial by Coach Slater who hopesthe gladly an you shop
really coming along" said girls will have their record up to ,

Slater.BHS M 17 II II M 4-3 also before expects the senior Christmas playmaker break.and He ,; this Friday December 20 between 8:30: and 5:30

Hawthorne 114 \S 12 M scoring threat Marla Reddish backin .:. ..
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o. scorlner'J JenktM t-1-11 Mo..IV.U'
7. Spelt .,-".'...c...... J-e-4:Davll 1-0-1," limited action for both of the
Kennedy 1-0-4 St.II"III.0.2. Totals 39,..... games.
Selection of


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In Re: ESTATE OF CATHERINE SEREMBA, In MICHAEL Re: The Marriage KIRKLAND.of ..:..... ). /5r//

Deceased Husband I

The administration of the Estate of Wife. .
Catherine Seremba deceased File NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Thvv I- I
Number 85-115-CP Is pending In the Circuit : MICHAEL KIRKLAND
Court for Bradford County Florida Address Unknown. j F. ,
Probate Division, the address of which Is
P.O. Drawer B, Stark., Florida 32091. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action
The names and addresses of the personal for dissolution of marriage has been
representative and the personal filed against you and you are required to
representative's attorney are set forth serve a copy of your written defenses. If
below. any to TERENCE M. BROWN. Attorneyfor ..
All Interested persons are required to Petitioner/Wife. P.O. Drawer 40 ?y L!.' i'.
file with this court. WITHIN THREE MON- Starke, Florida 32091 on or before "
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS January 9, I486 and file the originalwith I > Cross Lustrous
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate the Clerk of this Court before or immediately -
and ((2)) any objection by an Interested thereafter: otherwise a Chrome Pens
person on whom this notice was served default will be entered against you for
that challenges the validity of the will the relief demanded In the Petition. '
the qualifications of the personal WITNESS my hand and seal of this \\3\\\ $1199 1 $2200
representative, venue or jurisdiction of Court on the 11th day of December ;
the court. 1985. /
Publication of this Notice has begunon By: Deputy Clerk
December 19 1985. 12/19 4tchg 1/9
Personal Representative

3426 William Washburn J. Kovatch Road AUCTION NOTICE Hundreds of Gifts

Jacksonville Beach Flo. 32250 NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon
Attorney for PersonalRepresentative day Dec. 30, 1995. at 10:00: o'clock A.M.,
: the undersigned Gator Frelghtways,
W. Robinson Frailer Esquire Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at for office party.
1515 Riverside Avenue, Suit. A 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Florida your .
Jacksonville, Fla. 32204 one lot of candy consigned to Superior
Telephone: 904-353-5616 Stores, Inc., Pembroke Park Fla., to Hallmark "
12/19 2tchg 12/26 satisfy freight and storage charges, Come See What We Have!!!
under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of Plaques
Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. j
Gator Freightways, Inc.
TAX DEED 01.639104 dtd 10/23/85 -'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Verne 12/19 2tchg 12/26 -
P. or J.D. Odom Jr., the holder of the
following certificates has filed said certificates AUCTION NOTICE
for a tax deed to be Issued NOTICE I. hereby given that on Mon.
thereon. The certificate numbers and day Dec.30 1985 at 10:00 o'clock A.M., For the Man at the Officeor r THE
years of Issuance, the description of the the undersigned Gator Frelghtwoys,
property and the names In which It was Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at
assessed are as follows: 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one Home OFFICE
C.rtlflcot.No.97 V.orof l..uanc.1982 lot of cabinet consigned to Cheryl
Description of Property: 13227 COM Mickler Okeechobee, Fla., to satisfy '
AT NW COR OF CALL < BAY STREETS. freight and storage charges, under the '
RUN N 216.55 ft. w 112V4 FT. FOR POB provisions of Section 4b) of Uniform r. ::1<: DESK 1 SETS ) 'iM1 SHOP
RUN N 94.31 FT WLY 155.77 FT SLY 78 FT Standard Bill of Lading.
ELY 155 FT. TO POB SEC: 28 TOWNSHIP.6 Gator Frelghtways. Inc. \ '
Name In which assessed: William J. 04-618024 dtd 9/30/89 ; : ( \
and Bobbie L. Studstill.All 12/192tcng 12/26 llOW.CaUSt.
of sale) property being In the County
of Bradford. State of Florida. '
Unless such certificate or certificates NOTICE TO BID 964-5764
shall be redeemed according to law theproperty NOTICE Is hereby given that under
described in such certificate or. and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 63, Goods
certificates, will be sold to the highest F.S., as Self-Storage Facility Act. that the Normer Leather Starke. Fla.W .
sell for cash the
will to
bidder at the court house door on the 7th undersigned
day of January.. 1986. highest bidder at cae Mini Storage
Dated this 13th day of November 1642 South Walnut Street 301 South. TOOL KITS
1985.' Stark.. Florida at 9:30: a.m. on the 27th
GILBERT BROWN CI.rk' day of December 1985 the contents of
By Beulah M. Moody Unit Ne. 17, belonging to Idd Jackson 3 ? :
Clerk of Circuit Court containing Miscellaneous Household much much more LiJMUuai fc:
of Bradford County. Florida11'284tchgl2'19 Items, by C I C Mini Storage, 1642 S. ,
Walnut St, Starke, Fla. 32091 9648848.
12/19 12/26 BWCWfcWI
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Bartow Stops BHS One Game Away From State Af.

holes in the BHS defense for backs
Outmuscling a
fighting, scrapp- up by the successful running attack.
ing, proud Tornado eleven, then us- Ron Bell, Mack Green, Dadrain
ing the pass to salt the game away as Play by Play. Brown. Tailback Bell had carries of
the Bradford players concentratedon 6, 3,15,4,7, 2, 4, and 8 yards for the
Starting strong, the visiting Bradford tied the
the run Bartow TD. The extra point game
won the 1983
footballers drove 70 in 7
Class 3A state football championship yards 7-7. The BHS defense stiffened at the
to score the opening TD, runn- and first down at the Bradford
10 a
last Friday night, Dec. 13, on its Clays ,
home field. Andy Jones going over left 12 yard line had to be measured
tackle on a 13-yard touchdown run. after the Tornadoes fired up to stop
The two Class
top 3A teams in the
Running up the Bartow middle But the when that 1 4Jr
state played almost the first Bell for two yards. f. 1'r
and off tackle Bradford fullback tailback Bell
big Bartow line and 1A -
half but in the
Bartow, offense second line controlled half, the the big Aaron Matthews had runs of 10, 9, needed a few yards, they could

line of scrimmage. The Bradford always get it. The Bradford defense
make it tough yards butcouldn't
defense gave ground grudgingly but could ,
Bartow tailback Ron Bell turned out stop the drives.

to be an extremely strong runner -
which BHS hit, but had trouble bring Bradford High" II 0 0 7 20
down or stopping on short yardage Bartow 7 7 7 7 11

situations. tX 9 ra ry'1a BUS Barlow '' Yl ill itt- A2+} nn
Bartow used almost the entire Pint Downs 14 19
third period on an 18 play 80-yard Rushing Verdi It-111 U-1H .
drive to go ahead 21-13, finally scor- Patting. Yard 217 151 (
PA PC-PI 25-12.0 ISO
ing on a 21-yardpass. The Yellow -
Jacket slot backs slipped past a run- Punts Pumbl.i-loit 2 2-1 se.S o-o 2.2 Story of the Night...

conscious Tornado pass defense for P.n.ltl..y.d. 410 7,SO Bartow tailback Ron Bell( 12)) bursts through the TorLint.backf'r Hilly Jdiksondii l got screened out on
three TD passes with nobody near Scoring Summary: nado line on aplay that Mould become distressingly this play by Ihf bit|{ Itartow offensive line.
them. II) BHSLong, 11.yard run EPt Hamilton familiar to the BUS defense before the game was over.
Bradford received the opening kick.
kick-off and drove 70 yards in 7 a> BarlowPatterson,11.yard run. KPt Jones Tornadoes who converged on him at With Mack Green at tailback, the Bradford 24, where the Tornadoes

plays, all on the ground to score rHe's kick. the Bartow 27 yard line. Jackets drove for 2,6, and 4 yards on began a 66 yard drive to the Bartow
first. Bartow came right back with a 1)) BHS-Jones I EP kick tailed Pat- Green's running, for a first down at 10 yard line before stalling.

71 yard, 10 play drive to even the tartan.4)) BartowYoung(Pi Jonas, kickS .44,yard pass from QB BUS Misses Chance... the Bartow 32. Green got less than On third down the screen pass to

score 7-7. Bradford went up 13-7 witha ) BartowStraud. 91.yard pass from OB Patterson In possession of the football at the four yards in two tries, and QB Patterson fullback Matthews got the five yards
75 yard, 6 play drive, including the EPi Jones, kick Bartow 27 yard line and up 13-7 at threw 8 yards to wideout back On fourth down Bradford at-
first two passes of the game, to go ") Bartow STroud it yard pass from OB Pat that point the Tornadoes had what Young in the right flat in front of tempted a field goal but the snap
ahead 13-7 but missed the extra terson. CPt Jones, kick seemed a golden opportunity to David Hamilton who pushed the from center was mishandled.On .
point. Bartow came right back again 71) BHS McLeod. 52 yard pass from OB Long widen the lead. Bartow wideout out of bounds. the ensuing possession,
with 11 drive that ended witha EPi Hamilton kick With Ron Bell back in and the
an play On first down RB Andy Jones was big tailback Bell came back running on
touchdown on a 20 yard pass play, hit in the Tornado backfield and lost Bartow line charging Bell got a the first three downs. Battling
which was nullified by a clipping Bartow Misses... three yards back to the Bartow 30. hard three yards with defensive desperately, Tornado linebacker

penalty.The Tornado safety Frank Long saveda Then QB Frank Long completed a 20 tackle Billy Harrell and inside Billy Jackson hung on to limit Bell to
snap from center on Bartow's -' Bartow touchdown when he tackl- yard pass to tight end Mike Chappellfor linebacker Gary Wise making the two yards around right end. But Bell

punt attempt sailed over the kicker's tt" .. ed tailback Ron Bell after a 27 yard a first down at the Bartow 10. stop. On second Bell went over left got 5 yards over right tackle before
bead, resulting in a 41-yard loss. ", :f gain on the Jackets' following Jones again found no runningroom guard for 11 yards and a first downat Lonnie Hamilton stopped him on second -
Bradford got the football at the Bar- Ai" possession. Bell passed Long who on first down. QB Long's se- the Bradford 42 yard line On third down and three Bell
tow 27 but couldn't put it into the caught up with Bell and made a fine cond down pass was off target, and Bartow fullback Dadrain Brownran struggled and got the first down
endzone. The drive stalled at the tackle from behind, and was the last his third down pass was incomplete up the Bradford middle for eight around right end, going through two
Bartow 11 and a fourth down field Tornado to have a chance at Bell. under a hard Bartow rush. On fourth yards when Bell was used as a Tornado tackles.On .
goal was missed. The first half end- The 27 yard run came on a second down, Hamilton's 27 yard field goal decoy. Tailback Mack Green got first down from the Bradford
ed Bartow 14, the Tornadoes 13. and 11 situation when it seemd Brad- attempt was low and to the left. three yards up the BHS middle. Ron 34.the Tornadoes looked for the run,
Bartow used the third period to ford might have Bartow stopped.On Bell came back for 4 yards Green but QB Patterson threw the bomb
drive 80 yards going ahead 21-13 on Gone... the drive that reached the Bartow Takes Lead... ran left end for 4 yards, and QB Pat- down the middle to split end Stroudfor
a 21-yard pass from QB Andre Patterson Todd McUeod heads for the end- Bradford 15 yard line their tailbackran The Yellow Jackets didn't waste terson kept for a short 4 yards. It a 66 yard touchdown. It put Bar-
to slot back Stroud. No Tornado zoneabove) after a fantastic for 4,27,2,3.5, and 6 yards. Bar- their following possession, as the se- was a big first down inside the Brad- tow up 28-13 with 8:29: remaining in
pass defender was near Young. catchtbelow) on a pass from QB tow scored on a 20 yard pass play to cond quarter wore to an end. ford 20 yard line. the game. The Bartow supporters
Down 21-13, the Tornadoes came Frank Long as BUS battled back wide receiver Tony Young, but the From the Bradford 20, RB Bell RB Bell got two-plus, tough yards carrying the down markers said that
back with a 66-yard drive as the late in the fourth period. score was nullified on a clipping broke three Tornadoes tackles and spinning off a tackle in the Bartow was enough, that Bartow had it.
game wore into the fourth quarter, The ball in the picturle below is penalty which pushed Bartow backto ran 19 yards out to the 39. backfield from Tornado linebacker
stalled on the Bartow 10. A right on top of Mcl.eod's right the Bradford 43. Bradford's Greg Safety Frank Long and linebacker Lonnie Hamilton. Bell came back to One :More BUS Gasp...

fumble on the snap from the center shoulder. Jackson!,_and Billy! Harrell combined Lonnie Hamilton stopped Bartow the left side for 3-plus more tough The Tornadoes stayed primarilywith

caused another fourth down field back Mack Green for one yard, then yards with linebacker Billy Jackson the passing game, with QB
goal attempt to fizzle. fullback Greg Mizzelle was hit in the and inside linebacker Gary Wise Long having to throw the football
Bartow went up 28-13 when slot Bartow backfield but still got three making the stop. away on first down. On second down
back Stroud again slipped behind the yards up the middle. It was then On third down and five yards to go running back Jones turned on his
run-conscious BHS defense for a third down and six yards to go. QB for a first from the Bradford 13 Bar- speed and managed to turn the corner -
66-yard touchdown pass. Andre Patterson went to the air for tow tailback Mack Green was hit in around left end for 30 yards anda
Bradford fought back with a the first time, completing a 13 yard the Jacket backfield for a three first down at the Tornado 47.
53-yard pass of its own. Wide pass to wide receiver Tony Young on yards loss, with Tornado Aaron Mat- QB Long went back to the air,
receiver Todd McLeod went-up witha the Bradford sideline in front of cor- thews firing up to put Green on the missing McLeod and overthrowingJones
Yellow Jacket defender for the .nerback David Hamilton on the ground at the Bradford 16 yard line. under a hard rush.
football and came down with an i i ,Bradford 48 yard line. Before the fourth down snap, Bartowwas On third and 10 from the Tornado
amazing' catch at the 20 and legged it, **_ The Jackets were o tbides frirsL"x'tlbwwn penalized five yard, back to the. 47, QB Long threw a long bomb to
into tn I cndzpng to bon BHgwittiBHS :Oh one'and 15, tailback Bell Bra fordd 2l, tor delay of the game. about the Bartow 20 yard line.
\1a\! got 8 yards. With BUS primed for a Repeating fourth down, with 11 Wideout McLeod and 'a Barlow-
got the football back, with run Bartow went to the air on second yards to go for a first in an obvious defender went up for the football,
3:51 left in the game, via a Ron Bell 41>ito and seven for a 44 yard passing situation, QB Patterson with the pass defender seeming to
fumble caused by linebacker Aaron touchdown pass to wideout Young. threw to split end Fred Stroud for a have the best chance at the under-

Matthews as Bell struggled for first QB Patterson's pass was high and 21-yard touchdown play. No Tor- thrown pass. McLeod came down
down yardage. Bartow took back arching but the BITS defense was so nado, neither the safety or corner- with the football shook off the pass
and neither back, was near Stroud. The score, defender and legged his into the
over, made two first downs, then fooled that nobody safety! way
coinerback David coming when Bradford seemed to endzone another Bartow
ran the clock out. Frank Long nor beating
Bartow used five backs but Hamilton was back with Young. He have Bartow stopped, put the Yellow defender The 53.yard touchdown
the football to Jackets up 21-13 with 3:45: remain Bradford within eight
tailback Bell was the game's leading simply waited for play brought
rusher with 188 yards on 30 carries.Bradford's come down and trotted into the end- ing.The points. 28.20.
Bartow drive had
Andy Jones gained 114 zone. Scott's extra point put Bartow
taken 8 minutes and 12 seconds of
yards in 22 carries, but 124 yards of ahead 14-13 and the Yellow Jackets up Weather was OK...
that came in the first half, were to lead the rest of the way. the third period. It rained most of the way to Bar-

BHS had its chances, getting to the Bartou Takes Charge... T's Battle Back.. tow but it stopped about 20 miles

10 and 11 yard lines but couldn't put and 3 yards. RB Jones had runs of stop Bell for one yard on the Andy Jones kicked off deep into Deep man Frank Long mishandled north It sprinkled a bit in Bartow
the football into the endzone. Even -11 28,10, and 13 yards. The BHS offensive replay of third down. Then on fourth the Bartow end/one to open the se- the ensuing Bartow kick-off but but the field was wet only by' that
though Bartow ran the football on line opened big holes. down the Bartow snap from center cond half. managed to return the football to the light rain, and was not softChristmas .
the Bradford eleven, it was difficult. sailed way over the head of punter The big Jacket line went to work

The state champion Yellow Jackets Bartow Shows Muscle... Scott Jones. Jones chased the foot- then, driving out yardage over the .
resorted to the pass for three of their The big Yellow Jacket line opened ball down but was tackled bv several guttv Tornado defense. /. r-----'" 'i
four scores.The passes were well set 1 '--: r-" : '",,!! 'l.--v. .. =--
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In their first trio of matches, the Carvtr-Wplnl us-lorli.t. It;Mike for Friday, Dec. 20 and the first
Tornado Grapplers have come up SllIw.It.Ln.l1l. us-torUlt, home match will be Tuesday,Jan. 7, ,
winless so far this year but hope for Heavyweight"forfeit when Lake Weir comes. to the BHS _- for the

better things on down the line. BHS 39, Fl School for lh. Doof 42 gym. ,'
Losses came at the hands of Lake Individual

Weir and the Florida School for the iOS-Brod Gr.en.WePnl., 111 Danny Tommy Jones is expected back 5Horseman at
Deaf and Blind. Hugh.t-WPio). 11*.Chuck Coburn.WPin), soon in the 98 pound class,accordingto 1 ,
II.Mik. Eld.-WlPlnl.( ) 111 Sid Russell-LPIn Coach David Tew. Jones will fill

BIIS 24. Lake Weir 56 115 110-10'1.11.forfeit' 147-Mik.I4S Jamie Slllwell C.rv..wIIO.II.LC Pin), Ill-lorfeit. the first slot in their line-up. / ij :,: Your House

In Lake Weir,Wednesday, Dec. 11, >10 forted Heavyweight forfeit Grapplers in the heavier classes il\n\ fiO,1 .
the Tornado matmen had to give up ..1'T T*
Coming Up... appear to be hard to come by this -'ii.-4' /
off the top due to <
25 points right Next match-up for the Tornadoeswill year, but several from the football 11
forfeits in five weight categories. Black
out later this week.
after team come
Wednesday evening, may '
would be
This handicap, BHS \
at "Football season was long and hardon / .
to time for The Telegraph, JI ,
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Episcopal High School in "
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By Mark Friedlin structor McCarthy, who holds the to strictly by McCarthy, before the junior boy's heavyweight division;
BCT Staff Writer rank of second degree black belt students are dismissed. and Adam Harris, first in the junior
Spectators and browsers at the (Nidan) prepares for his first class of Stretching exercises follow the boy's nine-year-olds division.
Melrose Homemakers' Bazaar last the evening the junior level par opening procedure, then McCarthy Other Keystone Heights memberswho
weekend got more than they bargained ticipants who range from six to 12 teaches the students their next step participated in the sanctioned
for during the mornings' entertain- years of age. along the road to mastery of this ancient tournament included Diane Gagnon,
ment when Black Belt Judo Instructor art.McCarthy's. Michael Shirley, Alan Harris and
Frank McCarthy and some of his "It's especially gratifying for an in- Michael Chase. I
talented students put on an exciting structor to be" able to teach the young Keystone Heights Judo The sport of Judo was officially I: \js.i
demonstration.The ones early, McCarthy has com- Club recently picked up an outstanding founded in 1882 in Japan and in the _
students showed off some of mented. "Judo is much more than -a second place finish in a state United States in 1968 when the
their best moves and throws, all sport, it's a way of teaching self- tournament held in Palatka. There U.S.J.A. (United States Judo Associa- JJ
under the diligent of discipline, giving the students a sense were 16 teams entered in the competi- tion) was formed.
eye McCarthy,
of confidence which carries into fw
who supervised his young protegesand over tion.Leon McCarthy started his classes in J i.S.
added a few moves of his own that their daily, lives.Members County won first place with 37 Keystone Heights three years ago and
had the large crowd applauding en- of the judo class file in overall points, followed by Keystone has been steadily building his numberof
thusiastically throughout the show. and quietly take their places in a Heights with 27 and Wildwood with 14, students ever since.
Twice a week the old, abandonedegg single-file row. The rules of conductare a fine showing for the McCarthy's "It's always a constant challenge, t ,
processing factory on CR 214 near followed strictly by even the students. it's a lot of fun and it keeps you in r
Keystone Heights undergoes a smallest of the students, who watch Placing in the individual competition good shape," McCarthy says. "It can s
transformation when McCarthy and the older, more experienced studentsfor events were McCarthy, a first develop into an entire lifestyle for -.
his rapidly growing number of their cues. place in the senior men's division anda some people who dedicate their life to
students crowd Into the old building. second place in the masters' division it." rkF4 ; ,, -
The old egg sorting machines have When all the students are seated ; Tommy Schultz, a third place in The instructor should know. He 5,
moved aside and large tumbling mats Instructor McCarthy gives the the senior men's heavyweight divi- received most of his instructions on
are put in their place as the group highest ranking student an abrupt nod sion; Bob Kocak, a first place in the the long road to attaining a second
prepares for another lesson in this and the student calls out "Kiyotsuke"which senior men's division; Billy Green, a degree black belt from noted Judo In-
rapidly growing sport. means attention, or literally first in the senior men's division; structor George Bass of Melrose.
"discipline your spirit" and then the Jackie Sirmopolous, second place in Bass who served as president of the
The group leases the old building as word "Rei" which means "bow". The the junior girls division; Jarod USJA for a four year term, holds a
part of a special arrangement with students and the instructor then make Kocak, third in the junior boys divi- fifth degree black belt (Godan),
the University of Florida, which owns graceful, kneeling bows together to sion; Patrick Toole, third in the junior which is more than halfway to the Incentive..
the old structure and the land sur- open the class session. The class is boy's heavyweight division; Jason ultimate goal of all serious practi- McCarthy's students work their way through\ the ranks ol judo instruc-
rounding it. closed in the same manner, a graceful Richards, second in the junior boy's tioners of the art the ninth degree tion with the traditional colored belt system of ranking. :McCarthy
The class is about to begin and In- reminder of ancient customs adhered division; Brian Grant, second in the black belt. himself holds a second-degree black belt ranking.

Judo is one of the few sports in the their skills: under McCarthy's wat-
world in which ranks are traditionally chfull eye.
awarded for increasing proficiency.The "Once you progress to a point
colored belt system, which where you understand the system and
begins with the white belt for begin- feel yourself improving, you really
ners, then moves on through yellow, begin to get a lot of enjoyment out of
orange, green, brown and black, has the lessons," McCarthy says. "We try
proven to be a time-tested method of to stress four things achievement,
4f" providing incentive for students and respect for all the competitors, men-
instructors alike, according to Mc tal alertness and confidence. Achieve-
ctY Carthy. ment comes through advancement
There are three different degrees at through the ranking system. Respectfor
the brown belt stage and a staggeringnine your classmates and :your com-
degrees, each with its own set of petitors in tournaments comes
grueling requirements, to work through close association with themin
toward at the black belt level. various activities. Mental alertnessand
I "The belts are important. They are confidence go hand in hand as you
f something to work for and they also advance up the ranks and develop the
identify and deliniate the ranks for skills to back them up."
the different students within the Judo can truly be a sport for all
class," McCarthy said. "When I wasa ages and people In differing physical
beginner I learned a great deal from conditions.
r watching other students who I knew "I've seen handicapped people
'.; r were ranked higher than I was at the become very skilled in Judo," McCar-
I Y rr time. It's a logical transition as well. thy said. "The younger students can
,, r Y r The students know precisely what definitely aquire an advantage if they
they are working toward and they can start young because the skills are so
trace their progress and feel cumulative as they progress."
themselves beginning to take the The biggest thing the Judo classes
steps and earn the ranking: it can be have going for them In the minds of
exciting to advance in rank but it's most of the students, however, seem
also hard work." .. to be based on sheer enjoyment.The .
....,,,... Students in Judo (which should not Keystone Heights Club Is
.. ,1 Y be confused with the many varietiesof located off Hwy. 21 South from the red
Karate or Ju-Jitsu which concen- light in KH on Hwy. 214 in Melrose at
: "' 1' i'l' trates specifically on self-defense the old Pinebreeze Egg Plant.
". .'- techniques) master a wide range of Students who wish to join should
", physical skills which include throws come by this location on Monday and

'., and! holds which have been passed on Thursday nights.
,..i,,: : ,f by instructors to their students for The junior class starts at 7:30: p.m.
generations.The followed by the senior class.
'd-A"tl"i.\F" a..ri 4 Ma different offensive and defen- The two classes are $20 every two
r sive position gradually become more months.
), .. and more complex as the student ad- For information call Sense! Wayne
: f vances. Students are paired off for McCarthy at 473-3964.
challenges toward the end of each Additional information for this arti-

.,-- .. .. lesson when they get a chance to all of cle was provided by Mable McCarthy.

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6 P.M. CHRISTMAS EVE Institute of Food and Agricultural
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Sciences at the University' of
: CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY" .. Thanks to a new scholarship fund
( t announced Tuesday, Dec. 10, addi-
1 1' 1 c Iw tional funds will be available for
outstanding students from Florida's
NOEL farms and rural areas who wish to

w.SYD..N.ra Co.,...&a nEDEEMTIDNIULE a wNwOw.w.$ P. n,., a...F..PM..MP pursue undergraduate or master's
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...". .............._....-.....M'-. 40Yn1MMU agricultural professionals who will
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-- Non.PORCELlE"CHRISTMAS COllECTION Of agriculture's position in Florida's
..... _.. ., ....... DINNERWARE,61FT WARE,GLASSWARE economy as we approach the 21st
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will be used to fund scholarships for
outstanding students who plan to
i' make a career in agriculture.
t& : p Marvis Roberts, Executive Director -
of the Florida coporation, "We
recognized this need and want to en-
: i / courage eligible students to apply
for this scholarship."
De osll Application forms are available
from the office of the Dean for Resi-
dent Instruction, IFAS, or from any
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1 offices, in Union County the
number is 1962321.

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Manager Billie Yon of Store iir: 7, Manager Clarence Lee of Store 1630: and
Margaret Smith of Store 1212.
The drive is continuing.If .
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are many reasons people' TheTelegraph has received Baptist Church in Starke. There is a and store customers contributed to SAWYERfi
may need food. Some are sick, some several additional names of people daily need for food from the pantry t the community project.If .
out of work, some unable, old, in- that need help. If you know anyone according to local ministers who
firmed or just temporairly down on that needs a helping hand please call have people calling them day and there is t /group or person who
their luck. Most churches in the area and let us know 964-6335.( night needing help is doing the. own giving project,
are collecting food for baskets to be In order to deliver the food basketsin call the Bradford Telegraph and let
taken to residents. If your church time for Christmas, please make The Handy-Way Stores have collected us know what your effort entails. We
doesn't participate or if you know someone your donations by this Friday, Dec. several boxes of food to be us- will list it in a follow-up story in the
who needs food please con- 20. ed in Christmas baskets Employees next issue.
tact the Telegraph or at the Brad Volunteers in organizations and
ford County Health Department. most churches are busy gatheringfood
Also the Telegraph is collecting for the Christmas baskets as
food, canned goods or staples, to be they do every year. So that no one
used in food baskets. The excess will will be missed please contact your
be placed in the Food Closet at the church or the Bradford County
First Baptist Church which is used Health Department or the Telegraphif
countywide.John you know of a family who needs a
Christmas basket.
Miller, coordinator for the
food of the stated
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munity has been good. However, rectional Institution collected $1,000
there is still a need for more people worth of canned good which they i I t ll I l
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.' Starke's First Baptist Church Pastor Ben Bryant thanks Inmate Service -
Organization Lawtey Unlimited President Charlie Baughn for a gift
of over$1,000 worth of food to be distributed to the needy this Christmasby

Hard Christmas Workers... the church. !
Vocational Teacher Al l>urf> right) and Vocational Teacher Supei isor Wayne Starliii(>(lo program and their toys for Bradford's Foster children.

I Inmates at Lawtey Correctional Institute work long hours for foster kids I

By Mark FriedlinBCT make Christmas more enjoyable for Inmates at the facility's Wood- Iruits of their labors to local HRS strongly about. Some of them may to take the toys to her list of foster i
I Staff Writer disadvantaged youngsters this holiday working and Cabinet Shop have been Representative Diane McClellanlast remember what it was like one kids. The inmates have been involved I
Inmates at Lawtey Correctional!I season as part of a vocational busy making carved wooden toys for Friday in Lawtey. Christmas to not get any toys under in the program now for the past I
Institution!, are doing their part 1 tc I education program.; the holiday season and presented the According to Vocational Teaching the tree.We hope we can make a dif- four years.
Supervisor Wayne Starling, the program ference. The program is just one "Everyone here looks forward to
has big advantages to both part of the extensive vacational program their own individual projects,"
I ) the kids who receive the toys and the we have going on here at Starling said. "The variety of items
__ inmates themselves L.C.I. The inmates are learning the they make from the scrap wood is
__ "We're glad to be able to help out basic skills of cabinet making and amazing."
: in the effort to make this a good woodworking -skills they can put to 16-20 men were involved in the project
Christmas for these kids," Starlingsaid good use when they get out" at any one time, according to
of the HRS Foster Children who Row after row of new wooden toys Starling, who said the men get
are to receive the gifts, "This is also stretched out in front of Ms. Mc started well in advance to make sure
: something; the inmates seem to feel Clellan as she arrived at the prison they can be picked up on time.HKl .

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ObituariesMrs. .

.Clarice WoodardMrs. Mrs.Willie Mae DobsonMrs. The
: Clarice Dowling Woodard, Willie Mae Gainey Dobson, rightdiesel
79! of Ilaiford, died Monday afternoon 70, of Raiford died Dec. 11,in North fuel.
in the Alachua General Fla. Regiona{ Hospital. after an ex-
Hospital in Gainesville after an extended tended illness.
illness.A A lifelong resident of Union County _____ i.
lifelong resident of Raiford. she Mrs. Dobson was a member of _____
was the daughter of the late Stephen Lake Butler Church of God and wasa Right _____
Tucker Dowling and Barbara A. homemaker. __
Dixon Dowling. She was a veteran of Survivors include four daughters, aroundneighborhood. I;
World War II where she served in Katherine Ross of Raiford, Evelyn
the U.S. Navy.Survivors Hodges of Lake Butler, Jackie
include her husband, Knight of Macclenny and Charlotte lour
Wallace H. Woodard of Raiford; one Hodges of High Springs; two sons
son, Jack D. Stewart of Jacksonville A.J. Dobson of Orlando and RondalDobson { .
; five grandchildren, three of Ocala; sister Mertie
great grandchildren and two great- Newsome of Highland; 18 grandchildren -
great grandchildren. and 11 great grandchildren. Youdcu"h"'ogo""
Funeral services were held Funeral services will be held Fri- to find the right diesel fuel for
Wednesday, Dec. 18 in the Chapel of day Dec. 13,in Lake Butler Churchof your car.Just look for our Gulf
Archer Funeral Home with Rev. God with Rev. D.W. Rickards of e Auto Diesel sign.
Jimmy Dobbs officiating. Burial ficiating. Burial will follow in Mt.
You Gulf Auto Diesel is -
followed in Sapp Cemetery under the Zion Cemetery of Lake Butler with see. specially
direction filtered to remove water and So next time you need fuel look
of Archer Funeral Home Archer Funeral Home in charge.
Lake Butler. other contaminants before they can for our red and yellow'D.'We're
Charles E.StewartMr. damage your engine. right around your neighborhood.
Mrs. Beadie Khoden Charles E. Stewart, 52, of
Mrs. Beadie Johns Rhoden, 84, of Lake Butler, died Sunday in Atoka,
Raiford, died Saturday afternoon in Okla., after an apparent heart at

extended Bradford illness.A Hospital. in Starke after an tack.Born in Bradenton, Mr. Stewart NW Corner of U.S. 301 and S.R. 100 Starke

lifelong resident of Union Coun- had lived most of his life in Columbia Kerosene LP Gas (Propane) OPEN 24 HOURS
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Lem Rhoden and a member of the long-distance truck driver.
Raiford Holiness Revival Center. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. '" '" '"
Survivors include two daughters, Glenda Douglas Stewart of Lake
Jean Harden of Raiford and Helen Butler; two stepdaughters, Renee III'f-'f I.I-
Thompson of Starke; two sisters, Ingram of Lake City and Malanie
Lorena McClendon of Hampton and Dicks of Lake Butler; two sisters,
Jessie Mae Sellers of Starke; four Marion Hall of Lake City and
brothers, Clyde and Monroe Johns, Geneva Touchstone of New Port
both of Raiford; Theodore Johns of Richey; and four grandchildren.
Jacksonville and Dewitt Johns of Funeral services were held Lake Butler Farm ere
Hastings; ten grandchildren, 14 Wednesday in the Archer Funeral I @
great-grandchildren and four great- Home Chapel with Rev. Donald =
great grandchildren. Dalton officiating.Burial followed in Hwy 121 South Lake Butler 496-3921
Funeral services were held Mon- Siloam Cemetery under the direc-
day, Dec. 16 in the Raiford Holiness! tion of Archer Funeral Home. OPEN Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30: Sat. 7:30-12:00: :
Revival Center, with Rev. Riley
Pridgeon officiating. Burial followedin
Mrs. Ethel Tidwell
tion Conner of Archer Cemetery Funeral under the Home direc-of Mrs. Ethel V. Tidwell, 95, of Give the Man
Lake Butler. Hampton died Saturday, Dec. 14 in ;
Community Care Center of BlacksOeckeJ Amy
Gainesville following an extended illness :
Burke i in Your Lifea I
Mrs. Marjorie
Born Nov. 15, 1890, Mrs. Tidwellwas & The r
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Mrs. Marjorie H. Burke 77
a lifelong resident of Bradford
Keystone Heights, died Sunday County. She was a member of Grace Gift He Will
Dec. 15 in Alachua General Hospital Baptist Church of Starke and was Lake Butler
following an extended illness. the former owner/operator of Jones r
Born July-24,1908,Mrs.Burke wasa Store in ,
Grocery Hampton. '
member of the Episcopal Church Survivors include several nieces Farm """ Really
and a homemaker. and nephews. f .... -
Memorial services will be held in Graveside funeral services were .1 ; ,,2vf .
the Episcopal Church on Monday, held Dec. 17 at Hampton Cemeterywith Center --r- -.I "
Dec. 23 at 5 p.m. Father Edwardswill Rev. Dan Richardson of 4f.
conduct the services. Arrangements ficiating. Burial followed under the d rf
are being handled by direction of Jones Funeral Home of ,
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Starke.
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1 < State attorney receives 22 new felony cases in November I

The Bradford Office.of the State -Three of the cases,..were. .. prison Nine guilty pleas were acceptedand prosecute ten cases in November.Six Wayne Preston Hutchins arrested Oct. 11 on VOP warrant; found to be
Attorney received 22 new Individualcases related. one violation of probation was petitions were filed in Juvenile July 10 for aggravated battery; involation of probation, ordered to
and/or felony defendants for Information was filed on 11 prior filed. One defendant was placed on court. Ten guilty pleas were accepted placed on community control 24 continue probation with conditionthat
I prosecution during the month of cases and the office declined to prosecute the pretrial Intervention program. and 12 prior cases were months, continue mental health defendant reside with mother.
November according to Investigator -' eight cases. Ten cases were There was one jury trial in dismissed. Four cases received non- counseling. Sworn complaint of sexual bat
Wiley Clark. dismissed. November and one case was judicial action approval and the office Jeffery Lynn Holiman arrested tery; dismissed no probable cause
dismissed by the court. There was declined the recommendationon Sept. 14 for grand theft; case found.
one state attorney investigation, two petitions.The dismissed defendant sentenced on Horace Sellers charged with Issuing -
said Clark. following defendants received other charges. worthless check; restitution
L ei4Pw pie7 Sixty-six misdemeanor cases were final disposition in November. Holiman arrested Aug. 12 for made.
received and 13 prior cases were escape; pled no contest placed on Pamela Toohey charged with
dismissed. 20 guilty pleas were accepted Donald James Thompson arrested probation five years. burglary-theft; case transferred to
d n& VI fi 't f/Iwfipe and three cases received non- Sept. 5 for grand theft; found guilty Curtis Lee Aldridge charged with misdemeanor court.
judicial action.There were four non- and was sentenced to six months burglary-battery; case transferredto Van Harold Prescott arrested July
310 E. Call Street Stork jury trials and the office declined too Bradford County Jail, fined $750.LouAnn's misdemenaor court. 15 for aggravatery battery (two
Charles Eugene Crawford arrested counts); cases dismissed by the
Feb. 22,1983 for trafficking in court.A. .
Beautiful Decorative Wood Worksb cocaine; pled guilty to possession I. Leath charged with aggravated -
placed on probation Jan. 9, 1984 for assault; case dismissed,
Eston Jordan Azalea & Blueberry Farm five years.Arrested Oct. 16 for viola lacks prosecutive merit.A .
tion of probation; found to be in juvenile charged with burglary,
Located off 100 South towards take
OPEN Mon.-Sat. 10.5 Harry & Mable Green Keystone, right on violation, sentenced to 30 months grand theft;}defendant sentenced on
Sunda 1.5 pm Owners 24th Street, follow signs or Department of Corrections, after 12 other charges.A .
Call 964-7109 & We wiS assist you Tues. thru Sat. 10 5:30 months placed on probation with juvenile charged with burglaryin
same conditions as previous probation October: case transferred to
I I I. I FALL IS FOR PLANTINGOur order. juvenile division.
Inmate John Albert Keller charged -
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Inventory Gary Lynn Taylor arrested July 20 with escape; case dismissed improper
Azaleas. Dogwoods, various holly trees and ihnibi. Juniper end more. on four counts manslaughter driving venue.
Available NOW...Patio Hock ind standard Ann Apple ind Omen Hutbentei.we haw under influence; found guilty by Inmate Michael Robert chargedwith
them.*.ready for'85 yields and grapes galore.Don'l forget the flgil jury,sentenced to 15 years per countto escape July 15;case dismissed
SUNDAY DINNER Our Gift Shop Is Now Open DOC to run cosecutive. improper venue.
Mary R. Haisten charged with William Tyrone Tolbert arrested
Free ertmitei landicaplng, A maintenance Call Ben Mghtower gt4-7109 three counts of issuing worthless Oct. 2 for grand theft auto; case
And_Remember..... "All Nature Sings of Jesus" checks; restitution made, cases dismissed defendant being pro
IS BACK! dismissed. secuted in other jurisdiction.
James Warren Paulk arrested Shirley E. Lacy arrested Nov. 6
SERVING FROM 11 am 2 pm t vs Nov. 20, 1984 for burning to defraud for issuing worthless check; restitu-
insurer false and fraudulent insurance tion made.
( 'four. FRIED CHICKEN claims; pled guilty to Irita C. Kirkland charged with Issuing
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Eddie years probation Feb. 20; arrested made.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should b.submitted .
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advance unless credit It already HELP WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE -
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HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN Scholarship available! ERA Tiffin and CAMPER 1171: 35' fifth wheel American POP-UP CAMPER: 1975 Apache solid-
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Owen, Inc. R.altor 221 W. Layfayette Traveler with 20 ft. owning fully self- state, sleeps 8, 3 burner cook-top furnace ,. rWilltJarREALTY
THE TELEPHONE. St. 964-5063! 7/4 tfn contained, price neg. 5332411. Call refrigerator, 2 gas bottles, awnIngs (
Minimum charge It 1J words for$2.75, TYPISTS $500 weekly at home. Write alter 6 p.m. 5/16 IfnBRADfORD for end beds and for picnic table !
then 10 cents for each word thereafter. P.O. Box 975. Elizabeth. NJ 07207. TF LIMEROCK Asking 1700. Phone 964-6698. Itpd

Early Deadline HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Do you know Llmerock& Fill Dirt OAK FIREWOOD cut, split anddelivered.
where you can find a part-time careerIn 20 yd.semi-loads only $75 per cord. Rick's Lawn
Classified Ad Deadline will plumbing carpentry, masonry, Phone 712-3172 5/23tfchg Service 473-4512. 4tchg 12/5-26 PHONE 96 -(8
b* FRIDAY NOON for the metal fob and h.avy.quip oper. that STORE BOUCHTi Furniture for sale at 205 N. Temple. I
offers Doublewide Home Center located COPY MACHINES Canon-for rent or ,
next two we>eki be>cau.e of skill training a steady life paycheck Insurance, promotion, and a GI, North on 301! Lawtey, Fla. (this Is not Canon home copier $799; Canon CECELIA TERWILLEGAR

the Holidays. Don't forget) bill for trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg home or office copier $999; Canon office '
college? In the 202 Civ Eng Sq, .Today and always, may God bestow his love on you;
Fla. Air Notional Guard. These FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for copier, $1399. Rent to own for as
military positions. For more Info call are sole at Ollni, Home Center located on little as $45 per month OFFICE SHOP, The friendship of those we serve Is the foundation of our

YARD SALES MSG Carl Slevers, Jr.. Mon-Frl. Call Highway 100 West. This Is not trailer 110 W Coll St., Starke. 964.5764.2/21 progress. __ _
furniture. 6/13 tfn
collect 904-533-3386. JOIN AMERICANSAT tfnchg
14 ft., galvanized 28995. Christmas No down Call 964-6946. tfn
Thing needed
plants. 400 S. Water St. Itpd at
12/19 Whispering Pines Care Center. Call layaways, $25 down. 1.752.1999 Lake MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: As low as STUCCO & STONE on SR 230E, approx. 1646 sq. ft., 3BR

LOTS OF STUFFS wom.n., mens. Susan Cook at 964-6220. 12/STF City 10/24 lOlpd 12/23 $14.99 per month. Call 964-6946. tfn 2Ba, CH/A only 5 yrs. old. Selling price 54900. If you
children 'cloth.*, skate., dinette, EXCELLENT INCOME for port-time home XMAS TREES Choose and cut live tree COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Starke qualify for HFA loan you con assume a 45038.45 mor-
camera, etc. NuWave Salon Call at assembly work. For Info call from 2000 shaped pine and cedar. Truck Stop south of Starke. 9648212. tgage at l 11 Va % .
lOW to Hwy 125 exit at Glen St. 11/24 IfnFIREWOOD
Broadway. Sat. 104. Itchg 12/19 504-641-6003 ext. 9579, 12/5 4tpd eow
YARD SALES clothe, stuffed animal, PART-TIME National apparel Marys, go 12 ml. N. on Hwy 125 watch : scrap oak and pine, no
seeks company for signs. 2597703. 11/21 Stpd 12/19 nails. 18 in. 12 in. $15 per load. Oak"x41127" PREFERRED PROPERTIES
bedspread tennis racket mar. 12/21 reliable individual to service
9-2 p.m. Green Acres, 1403 Randall St. stores In local area. One day per SINGER ATHENA 2000: Touchtone electronic '/ cord $35. Bradford ARC WE'VE DONE IT YOUR WAY Energy Efficient 2% year old
sewing machine, makes all fan. 9647699. 11/21 TF
Itpd 1219SATURDAY' month. Car required. No Send cedar & stone home with
selling handsome
SEVERAL ITEMS great cathedral
cy stitches and buttonholes, Reg. $899 ( pool table with tennis room
p.m. Furniture, rug., letter or resume to: Service Rep 2101 balance due $327 month table $60 small ceilings stunning fireplace, 1900 ft.
curtain, clothe, odds and ends, 10 ft. Belvedere Avenue Charlotte, N.C. or $20 per top ; two desks, $15 approx. sq. access to
with good credit. Will deliver. each; large desk with chair, $30 Lakewood and dock
28205. ; boat-ramp and
sliding gloss door. 1715 E. Call St. Itpd EOE 12/12 2tpd 12/19 great fishing on Crosby
17251997. 12/124tchg 1/3 medium desk $25; Like new double bed Lake. Saved the
12/19 ADULT DAY TREATMENT AIDE best part for lasta true value at $65,0001
SEVERAL FAMILIES Bradford-Union MICROWAVE OVEN Tappan familysize set$50; kitchen nook w/2 benches$30;
SALEi Off 225 Guidance Clinic
2 In 5 Left in layaway bookcase $35 2 chest of KINGSLEY LAKE AT ITS BEST Dock
block to right on S. Pine St. Antique Starke. High School diploma, Exp. yr. warranty. ; drawers, $20 living quarters; also 3BR 2
still In bale Balance $237, or $20 per and $10. 9648287. Itpd 12/19 Ba, beautiful remodeled home 2nd
glass, baby Item. Sat. 9 a.m. tll. Sun. working with emotionally handicapped month Free 17251997. PORTABLE plus for family,
day 9 tll. Itchg 1219LOSTFOUND pr.f.rred. Contact 12/19 Susan Gold.9648382.1lchg 12/12 4tchg 1/3 delivery garages. No BUILDINGS down payment.portable Financing guests or rental several other bldgs. All well maintained

CITY OF STARKE RCA XL100 25" COLOR Remote TV $799 available. 9648848. Itchg 12/19 Owner fin.
i Is
now accepting applications originally. Balance $348 or $28 FOR YOU THE AVID SPORTSMAN
for the position of operator per ASSORTED CHRISTMAS COOKIES) 330 acres adjoining Camp

LOST RED MARE HORSEi mane clipped, for Wastewater/Water treatment plant month.12/124tchg Free 1/3 delivery 17251997. PASTRY SHOP 750 W. Madison. Blanding Management Area. Buy all or part. Owner financing.

back hoof old and ipllt. If found call operator., Would prefer Class C certificate SEVERAL ITEMS: 2 typewriters, box sprIngs 9645890. 12/122tchg 12/19 -INVESTORS 438 ACRES IN SOUTH BRADFORD COUNTY.
but will
Jail Houie In Stark. 8/8 tfn accept training. Apply and mattress with headboard ROLLS OF HAY: Buy your hay now and Good land plus highway frontage. $1,000
at an acre.
City Hall Merrill
Dee office.
Itchg 12x15 brown/multl rug, baby chest store It In my barn until you need It, _
gas heater Raymond Hunt 964-5350. 6Vi miles N. of Starke on 16, toward HANDSOME & PRIVATE: 4BR 2Ba. brick Country cFJbT lot

Itpd 12/19 prison. Bahia $20/roll Alicia 478x310, paved driveway, 2 car garage fireplace, range

ERA TIFFIN & OWENS INC. MENS brand BICYCLE new. Won: 10 in speed contest.26"9648963., red 2325roll.for extra barn.Call 782-3727 Delivery after avail 5 refrig., DW, central vacuum hi-fi system, drapes & blinds

Itpd 12/19 p.m. or 9646167. 12/5TF plus hot tub Assum. Mtg. of $50,000 8.75% Int. Owner will

MALE BEAGLE: 7 mo. old purebred. hold 2nd mort.BARGAIN .
964-5137 after 6 p.m. Itchg 12/19 CHRISTMAS DECORATED cookies cakes, : Frame home two acres, swimming pool. 15000.
SEVERAL cupcakes. PASTRY SHOP, 750 W.
ITEMS: Britannica Jr. En-
[B cyclopedias, $40; Singer sewing Madison. 964-5890. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 WATERFRONT LOT-SAMPSON LAKE: Owner fina. on 100x200
-964.5065 machine $50; stereo $75. 116 N. Myrtle MOBILE
i ./ after 4 p.m., Itjjd! 12/1 HOMES lot.29
as> FOR SALEFOR GOOD ACRES REDUCED: $1600/acre, 1 mi. W. of Lawtey,
REALTOR srr R 750 W. Madison. 9645890. 12/12 2tchg CR 225. 15% dn, owner will fin. rest for 20 yrs. at 10%.
12/19 SALE: Several 2 br Mobile Homes in -A JOY TO LIVE IN Large, attractive home in city with little

GIFTS FOR THE HOME DECORATOR: good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each yard to keep up. 2417 sq. ft., CH&A, 3BR, 2Ba, skylights, 2 util.
OUR PROFESSIONAL TEAM WILL SERVE YOU I PASTRY SHOP 750 W. Madison. Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Park bldgs privacy fence $55,000.
9645890. 12/122tchg 12/19 496.2366.4/25 tlnchg. _

HAY $1.50 per bal. 7823752. Itpd 15 USED MOBILE HOMES: Make offer on DAIRY QUEEN: $89,900. Approx. 169' on 301. Bldg. being sold

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of S.R. 100 12/19 90 one..96456066 or all. Olin's tfnchg Mobile Home Sales "as Is". Approx. 1696 sq. ft. Also 12,700 sq. ft. pavement.
RESIDENTIAL crocheted articles. 9647422. Itchg 1971 12x60 Guerdon Statler, 2BR, bath, SAMPSON LAKE: 1.91 acres: 3BR 2Ba CB, $68,000. With 20%
12/19 very good condition, clean, unfurnished down owner will finance.
CHICKENS beautiful Bantam $5.500.964.7512. 10/3 TF
game WALK TO EVERYTHING 431 Center St. 3BR 2Ba $24,300.
crosses, $1 each. 9647065. Itchg 12/19 24xiS DW: on 3 acres. 3BR. 2Ba, CH/A. :
8N FORD TRACTOR: 1600. Bayless 29500. Phone 9648399. TF 533 PRATT ST.: 3BR IBo, $18,150.
OWNER MUST SELLI Land and home.
GELDING Hwy 9645672.registered Itpd 12/19 4 yr. old $250 down owner financing. CORNER LOT: 3'/, ACRES, Rd. 100 W & Rd. 235 3BR IBa MH

quarterhorsa gelding with tack $750. 17528082. 12/5 41chg 12/26 plus office bldg. 30x30, well 2 septic tanks, 50000. Was a
Must see to appreciate 9644570. LEASE, WILL BUY OPTION: No cash needed successful cor operation/residence combo. Owner retired.
Several models 17528082. 12/5
12/19 2tchg 12/24 OWNER FINANCED: 615 N. Church St.: CB 3BR 1 V Ba, approx.
MENDELSON PIANO $600. See at 4tchg 12/26
Rosier' Nursery 9646214. Itchg 12/19 MUST SELLI 1985 REPOS $400 down or 1705 sq. ft., CH/A, large garage, lot 157.5x105 fenced
A4 trade anything. 1-752-8082. 12/5 4tchg backyard. If you have $7,500 owner will hold 1st mortgageand
"'lkw..r. ..4I GINGERBREAD HOUSES S Cookie Trees. 12/26
balance in 20 12%. .
PASTRY SHOP 750 W. Madison. MUST SELL 1983 Fleetwood MH 14x70, you pay yrs at '
I 964-5890. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 3B1, 2Ba CH/A cathedral ceilings and COUNTRY LIVINGCB-3BR.2Bo' : ;oji ;,86 acje r..!ange...;=, refrig, "
'" toiIU.Jt; ..J 'JAS/61'nMltE1198O: Coachman Deluxe: garden" Iub. EceTrertr'c">/lori.; "DW remain wTffTftome/ol'so storogeD'fclgcinef tractor. Selling
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1t 32ft.. 5000. Call 468-1000 after p.m. 9644155. 12/12 4tpd: 1/3 price $49,500.NEWLY _
I2/5TF 1966 MOBILE HOME: good shape, 3 BR,
TRAMPOLINES boat shelters, portable $2,500. 964-8434. 12l2TfMISCELLANEOUS KEMODELED: NW 54th St.: Energy efficient lovely
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buildings Financing available. Hand-! home on one acre 58500.
YOU'LL LOVE THISI! 2550 sq. ft. home, four bedrooms, 2 baths. House Portable Buildings, 301 5., ATTRACTIVE WHITE BRICK located 230A charming, com
Beautiful master suite, WET BAR 2 Includes POOL
private fireplaces. Starke. 9648848. 12/5 4tchg 12/26 pletely renovated $38.000.
and may be purchased with on. acre up to ten acres. LARGE ROLLS OF HAY newly cut Bahia. OPEN MONDAYS TIL CHRISTMAS
$25 ea. 496-3050 after 5 p.m. 12/12 PASTRY SHOP 750 W. Madison. ENERGY EFFICIENT: Brick 4BR (one BR 14x20)), 1 'Vt baths on
I 4tpd 13"PETTY 9645890. 12/19 '/ LR DR-kit. combo den with
12/122tchg Well
both : acre fireplace. insulated
IMAGINE a nlc. looking 3 bedroom. 1 house for $31,000. Coll 964-7345 from 8-5
*HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED to restore a two-story home of yesterday? We days or 964-6697: eves 12/12 3tpd FRUITCAKES: no citro, no peels. PASTRY Carrier heat pump aver. util.! bill $60 mo. SR 16E. 45000.
have one for you. 12/26 SHOP 750 W. Madison. 9645890. WHERE A GROWING FAMILY ALWAYS FITS 321 Butler Terrace -

*JUST OFF BESSENT RD 4 or 7 acres with well-built brick veneer 2 bedroom. 2 MUST SELL: portable spa, acrylic marble, 12/1221chg 12/19 in the city on 1.96 acres. Almost hidden from view, 4BR
both home and extras. choose from. Complete with
many 4 to
COOKIE > CANDY TRAYS 2Ba 2000 ft. Motivated Seller.
VERY GOOD OWNER FINANCING: 3 bedroom 1 both CB home on 1 acre heater filter, air blower, jets, coveredIn : PASTRY approx. sq.
move In immediately. cedar cabinet. Very sharp SHOP 750 W. Madison. 9645890. BRICK DUPLEX: Now rented, positive cash flow, good assum.

*NICE 3 BEDROOM: 1 bath approx. 2 miles out of city, paved road beautiful 1-781-8824 eves. 12/12 2tpd 12/19 12/12 2tchg 12/19 mtg. Owner will take 2nd mtg. for good client.

fireplace, sunken LR. HAY FOR SALE I Argentine Bahia grass, * *
ONLY $24,000: Two bedroom 1 bath move in nowl! large roll., no rain. $25 per roll at EVENINGSBill
.HANDY WORKER: Fix this one up for good Income potential. Low Investment farm. Maurice Edwards, Jr., 9647376. FORD TORINO
12/1941pd 1/9 DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319
gets you started.EVERYTHING .
for the right person 1 1440 sq. ft. mobile home, over 5 acres of MINK STOLE excellent condition 1974 IRVING CLARK JR. 964.7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121
reasonable. 9646148. Itchg 12/19 351 engine; duals.Runsandloak..harp. 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964-7454
fruit trees, fish pond workshop is big extra. WAYNE DOUGLAS
.SLEEP WELL in this dream home at a dream price, almost 1800 sq. ft., huge TRAMPOLINES 9648848. Itchg: 12/19 financing CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408 RANDY CORY 475-2597

screen porch fireplace, over 1 acre lot loaded with extras only 68000. BOAT SHELTERS/CARPORTS Financing 964.4833, Mike
.LOVELY COUNTRY ESTATE: This Immaculate 3BR, 2 bath veneer features available. 9648848. Itchg 12/19 -
beautiful interior decor, highlighted by brick fireplace, large kitchen completely Itpd |]/tTim's t
equipped 2 car garage, barn and workshop on 9.74 acres fenced and cross- I
fenced with shrub-lined driveway. Excellent landscaping completes picture. ---

*BEST VALUE Highly motivated seller has reduced price from $48,000 to it
$35,000 for quick sale on this 3 BR, 1 bath CB with family room fireplace and Cabinets
separate dining room on 1.65 acres plus many more. CARPENTER
.APPLE OF YOUR EYE This 3BR home with 5 acres includes many extras suchas .*All Cabinets Surfacing
: deck around house, 2 stall barn with 30 ft. corral greenhouse, 5 ceiling
*All Type Cabinet Work Remodeling RODNEY L. CARMICHAEL
fans. Assumable 1st mortgage, owner will finance.
.EXCELLENT VALUE cozy fireplace, cedar siding, large chain link fenced yardin *Also Any' Type Drywall Work Maintenance Repair

the Kingsley Lake area, just $36,000. New or Remodeling *Ceiling Design Work & PlumbingFree
.IMAGINE! You could own this beautiful brick home with massive stone Free Estimates Carpentry

fireplace, family room and fenced In back yard close to town on paved rood. Call 964.6238 Tim Thompson Estimates 904-468-28601
*DON'T MISS THIS UNUSUAL HOME VALUE pool large fireplace, fully equip
ped kitchen formal living room extra large workshop and utility room, on one

very pretty acre. Priced at only $68,000. BUY DAD A GARAGE FOR CHRISTMAS
.INVESTORS 2 MH rentals, Kingsley Lake, with owner financing for qualified
buyer. Check our TERMS. GRAND OPENINGShell $/
*JUST LISTED Country home with large living room and brick fireplace, extra $6' .80 2766.00 plus set up and tax ?.28

large two car garage, screened in back porch and separate storage shed all on Factory at Lost Valley Campground Down Payment MonJ6

five acres of lovely land.
UNIQUE CEDAR HOME In the country separate cypres. storage area on 10 e Shell Arrangements with Silk Flowers 12x24 Handl-House garage with mobile home and roll-up

1/4 acres, good fishing and hunting area also! e Shell Critters e Shell Magnets & Others door flooring, tongue and groove plywood over 2x6 on 16"

centers over 3 skids lights, and plugs. 20 year corrosion
*LAKE YOU'LL LIKE Now is the season to buy: 146 on lovely sand bottom clear Wholesale & Retail guarantee on aluminum free color matching.

swimming lake. Cottage needs work but priced to sell. Call fowl! 20% Off all Retail Sales with this ad Payments based on 48 months with an annual percentagerate
*LOVELY LOT REDUCED Past Keystone Heights on lake, zoned for mobile of 20.75% to qualified buyers, single life & disability In-

home; buy now while priced to sell.FARMS South of Steel Mill on C100A in Starke cludode ,.
AND ACREAGE Handl-House Portable Buildings /
.AWAY FROM IT ALL on your own 20 acres minute from 301. Owner financing ((904)) 964-5760 964.8848
makes It easy. 301 South Starke
READY TO MOVE ONi over 9 acres with well and septic and assumable mar.

tgages. Call today. -..
*APPROX. 15 WOOD ACRES: with paved road frontage. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED

*COMMERCIAL PROPERTY for the COMMERCIAL Investor or operator. Good commercial 301 .i HOMES BEAUTIFUL 215 E. CALLST

frontage in low tax area CALL TODAY I B & J'8 SAW SHOP OF NORTH 964 6766 FLORIDA STARKE, FL.FIREPLACES.
*FOUR RENTAL UNITSi reported .
RESIDENTIAL, BUILDING LOTS and acreage In town. Good Worthington Springs 496-2534 I .

terms for qualified buyers.
'- Roofing 1 1V1p1YL
Susan Faulkner Reddish.REALTOR

Sales Manager REALTOR.ASSOCIATESIrene Evenings 964-4048 I Sales & RepairsChain < 5\0\110 ass*

L. Faulkner 964-5142 St4\J11' S
Suzanne Klthens 964-7630 Bob Matthews 964-7M1 I Y -

Lou Younp96.7525 *Le.Hard.nbrook473.7564* Saws & LawnmowersOPEN LSYUCCO .
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249.7884.4tpd 11/17.12/19 LOG INC. fulfills theAm.rlcan
ONI ACM LOT lacing Forsythe Rood. no MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKi HOMES FOR RENT 2 or 3 bedroom. RAT. Buy, Sell and trade. Used furniture business
mltted to the lok* Region Monitor office Dream. Your own
Mobil. Home and for 4732931. 4tpd 12/5-26 appliances, household Items,
dawn payment $75 p.r mo. Call pace HOME for
and LOG
In paid In advance beautiful EUREKA
9645606. 10tfn Recreational vehicle w.lcom. Phone IN THE COUNTRY- BR. 2 Bath mobile writing collectable, glassware old (ewerly, and a .
unless credit I I. establishedwith Call FREE 1-800-643-8344.
LOTS ACREAOIl 20 percent down 9647498. 9/16 Hn home. Unfurnished. $310 a month. tools, etc 413.2183 tfnchg 7/26 only 19000.
this office.MONITOR .
balance In live financing by EFFICIENCIES, studios and one BR apart 473.7672.2tpd 12/12.19 FLASHING ARROW SIGNS OOX OFFI! 12/19 fcan
owners. 964-6833.: 12/13 tfn. ments. Electricity Includ.d. Low weekly LAKEFRONT Mobile home, 2 BR 2 BA $269 complete.. Lighted non-arrow UFI TIME -
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN that ho* a consumable -
ACRE LOn Pleasant Grove Settlement. monthly rates. Palm Apartment, year round. 473.4186.3tchg 12/19-1/2 $249. Unlighted $199. Free letterI See MLM Company that sells
$3.500. $350 dn $70 mo. Call 2314 N. T.mpl. Ave. tfn FURNISHED MH Melrose area. Has CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER locally. Sidewalk window sign sole product for women
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Call for Interylew.
THE TELEPHONE. rebate basis! -
9645606. 1/03 tfn NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 porch on one acre. Responsible coupleor ((800)) 423-0163 anytime. ((800))6282828.ext. Itself on
Minimum I 15 word for$2.75 fcan
charge 9739292.1219
ONI ACM LOTS ON MENG DAIRY BA apt For more Information call lake bachelor preferred. $175 per month 504. 12/19 IconREAL ((305))
then 10 cent for each word thereafter ,
LOAD $3.000 no down payment. $70 Butler, Apt.. .4963141. Equal Opportunity plus deposit. 1-684-6634 or 4752694.. i
per mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn Housing. 6/7 tfnchg 12/19 tfnchg Deadline ESTATE FOR SALE
LOT IN CITY $6.000. Call 964-5764; after ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N. 197 MOBILE HOME 2 BR 1 BA. close to Early

5. call 964-S251. 3/07 tfn T.mpl. Ave. In downtown Starke. town modern. 4732730. Itchg 12/19 Classified Ad Deadline will GREAT POSSIBILITIES Half Moon lake MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series

ONI ACRI LOT In Smok.rl. Subdivision $50-$75/week Including utilities. No FOR RENT Two BR. 1 bath mobile home, I b* FRIDAY NOON for the homeslt,, 2 I BR 1 BA. Cement blockhouse organ with double keyboard base
near Keystone Heights. Asking deposits required. 964-3139 or I'/i!! acre lot on private road off Inv an one acre fenced, lake oc- pedals and rhythm section $795.
$3.500 cash Call 4732597. Itpd 12/19 9646566.103 TF mokalee Rd. $225/mo. 4732566.1212 next two week because cess, large workshop. Good term. 473-2210 weekday or 473-4648
:2 BR MOBILE HOMI close to city. No 2tpd 12/19 ,the Holiday Don't forgot I $23.900. Century 21 Showcase Properties weekend for appointment to see. tfn

PERSONAL SERVICESNEED pet, $190 a month plu. deposit Call Inc. Keystone Height. 473-4903. WURLITZER spinet piano excellent con
468.1323.10/3 TF Itchg 12/19 dition. 1000. Cherry mahogany.
LARGE MOBILE HOME LOTi Concr.t. MOBILE HOMES Phone 4733752. tfnchg 8/29
A TUTORTi All subjects./ KB Cer- patio, water furnished, close to prison. HELP WANTED FRENCH PROVENCIAL Bedroom suite
tilled Teacher. 533-2901 altar 7 p.m. TF $95/mo. 964.7530 or 4681323. 10/3 TF Triple dresser mirror, head and footboard
CHAIN'' LINK FENCES Installed. Fr. FURNISHED APARTMENT small suitable $60 PER HUNDRED PAID FOR REMAILING MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two .. '= night stand desk bookshelvesand

..tlmot... Handy-Man Co. for one working person. Port of LETTERS FROM HOMEI I Send sell- bedroom furnished or unfurnished. choir mattress and box springs
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. tfn utilities furnished. No children no addressed, tamped envelop for In. $150 month. Call 473-7560. 10/10 tfn GIVE A GIFTSUBSCRIPTION $400.473.3622.2tchg 12/12-19

WANT TO DRINK pet, please. Phone 964-5970. 11/7TF formation/application. Associates, chg PORTABLE OR INSTALLED Hot tub.
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS TWO BEDROOM 1 both house in town. Box 95-8. Rossell, NJ 07203. lOtod MUST SELLI 1985 Repos, $400 down or Original cost $1800 will sell for $1000.
WANT TO STOP Coll 904-437-3308 8:30.5:30: 12/12-2/13 trade anything. 17528082. .4tpd TO THE Used twice Call 473-4073. Itpd 12/19
THAT'S OURS Mon-Frl. 11/28TF CHRISTIAN PERSON for a part-time 12/5.26 BRADFORDCOUNTY DROP LEAF TABLE -and 6 chairs

Alcoholic Anonymous TWO HOMES ON LAKE GENEVA! Both secretary position. Must have LEAS WITH BUY OPTION No cosh 195.8 MM movie camera $10 El-
9t4-41tt-f{ -{191.9N-'219 2BR unfurnished. $425/mo and secretarial skill. If Interested send needed. Several models. 17528082. Dorado lefty golf clubs $30.
pd thru 11/15 $283/mo 1-786-6044 Jax. 12/5 4tchg resume to Personnel Committee. Trinity 4tpd 12/3-26 TELEGRAPH 4732252. Itpd 1219HOUSES

GLASS CUT TO ORDER Door, windows, 12/26 Baptist Church. P. O. Drawer 1099 OWNER MUST SELL land and home
.tc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY NO DEPOSITS! utilities furnished 1BR Keystone Hgts.. FL 32656. Deadline for $250 down. Owner financing. FOR CHRISTMAS FOR SALE
964-6078. Ord.r. also tok.n In Lok. apartments with kitchens, located next receipt of' resume Is December 23, 1.752.8052.4tpd 1275-26

Butter 496-3079 and Keystone Height. to Tenneco station in downtown 1985. 2tchg 12/12-19 12 X 60 MH 2 BR 1 BA, bay window,
473-4973..2/26 tfn Stark. $50-$75 per w..k. Coll TRUCK DRIVERS DRIVE WITH PRIDEI plywood floor $3000 or best offer. -
BULLDOZER Wonting to do bulldozer 964-S 139 days or 964-6566 ev... 12/5TF Apply In person at: Pool Truck line. Call otter 6 p.m. 473-2730. Itchg 12/19 Only $9 per year brick 3 BR 2 BA home, brick wall

work. Have 2 bulldozer & looking for TWO BEDROOM trailer: 1 batH on '/! 2241 Detroit Blvd.. Pensocola FL. Must MOBILE HOME. for sole by owner large fireplace, quiet neighborhood on double -
lot. 49500. Century 21 Showcase
work. 964.5606. Ask for acre lot. 7 miles South on 301 at SR 221. live within 200 miles of Pensacolo. EOE '
7823333. 12/19 fcan /! acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR, 2 both We'll Send A Properties, Inc.. Keystone Heights.
Mark. 8/8 tfn Phon. 468-1777 or 964-5888. 12/12
mobile home. CH/A central water
PAINTING ft REMODELING quality work 2tchg 12/19 SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn Big Bucks- Card 4734903. Itchg 12/19
For You
furnished new front and
carpet rear LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to
Drive Trucks D.O.T.
affordable For free NEAR GRAHAM bedroom Big Certification.
at an price. a on. com- deck, owner financing. 4681323.
choose from. Send for FREE
tlmate, 9648809. 10/10 TFchg plately furnished H and AC $60 per Local and National Job Placement 10/10 TF
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain line week. 4851371. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 Assistance Correspondence/Resident
MOBILE HOME FOR Call 964-6305
SALE 3 BR 2 bath, Rout One Box 84CF Moss,Tennessee
Training. Eligible Institution for Fed.ralAld.
retold. Bradford County for 10 TWO ROOM furnished In
Serving efflcl.ncy
doublewide. CH/A, nice lot with lake for 38575. 18002313695. 12/19 fcan
GSL. Call 1-80O-251-9042. more Information
year Bradford Septic Tank S.rvlc. lawtey. No child ran.7823458.1219TF access. 25000.
owner financing.
9648121. 10/17 TFchg ONE t TWO BR APARTMENTS: 606 W. TRUCK MASTER. Resident Training. 473-2566. 12/12 2tpd 12/19
HONEST RELIABLE person to do Madison St. 9648431. 12/19TF Tampa Fl. 12/19 fcan raw.esru..- + 4
houtecleaning. Have ONE BR APARTMENT CH/A furnished ,
4311010. 12/5 4tchg 12/26 or unfurnished' available soon. FOUNDMALE PERSONAL SERVICES
BABYSITTING I would like to babysit In town and schools. 964-8601. 12/19TF LAND FOR SALE

my home dayi. No age limit. 964.7321 TWO LARGE:2-room kitchenette: utilities WALKER DOG. tattooed In ear.
12/53tchg 12/19 furnished. Underwood Motel 3'/t Identify and pay for ad.4737757. Itchg CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work, LAKE LOT Hlllcrest lake. 13500. ,

DAY LABOR FOR HIRE If you n.ed help miles North of Stark. 12/19TF 12/12 kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. Owner will finance $164. per month.
around the house or on the job call THREE BEDROOMS 2 both., CH carport Reasonable price Call 473-4018 after 473-4367. tfnchg. 12/6 End of Season Special

964-5139, days or 964-l 566 eve*. tile floor.. 964-4080. Itchg 12/19 PERSONALSI 5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights, readyto
Reasonable dally rates. 12/5TF 4 BEDROOM DUPLEX 1 both CH/A, $325 CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In..tallatlons. move on. Power well septic and $4995
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes include water $150 security Free ..tlmat... Ten yearsexperience.
: mo. fence.
per $6.499. 392-0989 473-3024.
FOUND ITU Just 3'/i miles east of Call 473-4217 and ask for or Inground swimming pools, complete
cleaned oll.d and adjusted $15. Used deposit. No Inside pets. 964-7967. Ask for Linda tfnchg 6/13
sewing machines for sale. James 12/19 2tchg 12/24 Disney World. 200 room with skiing Craig. 5/17 tfnchg Installation with filters, motor
pool heated Jacuzzi the nicest folks! I FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE roflnlshlng. 4ti+'NONOOH.fQUALITY "" and free chemicals.
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy TWO BEDROOM: furnished fireplace.
16 Slarke. 9648733. 12/5TF 964.5876. Itchg 12/19 1 ((800)) 4320276. MASTER HOSTS INN Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Jac CLEANING 100% Financing No Down Paym.ntFlorida

WILL LIVE IN and do light housekeeping.No FURNISHED APARTMENT nice 2 BR. living Kissimmee. 12/19 fcanYARD 4732521.8tpd 11/7.12/26 1 State Certified Company

lifting. 4737390. 12/122tchg 1219I room kitchenette, both. $200 per BABYSITTER IN OAK FOREST AREA $35 SERVICE Ph.
I WOULD LIKE TO CLEAN HOUSE: Can mo. $50 deposit water & elec. furnished. SALE weekly or $1 hourly. Hour 66. ,, 399.5685 Anytime Collect

glv. references. 9647916. 12/19 3tpd No pets, no children 964-5033 4732931.4tpd 12/5-26 I CARPETS Horn or Office tl2*-12/2'
1/2 463-1338. Itpd 12/19 FRIDAY ONLY 9:30: am .4 pm. Cardinal' PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt,
RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month Drive. Baby clothes and other Items. mildew, peeling paint from home, Call 473-3857
CARS & TRUCKSMUST and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Broker- Itchg 1219CHRISTMAS driveway!, mobile homes. Call Rick

Owner at 964-5065 or 964-4048 TF SPECIAL! Bull dog 473-2452.4rchg 12/5.26

loaded with extras. Beautiful car. B..t Highway 16 W. Close 16 prison. more information, call 473-2289. Truck mounted deep team extraction.

offer. 9648809. 10/10 TFchg 9b .7530 or 4681323. 10/10 Tfchg Itpd 12/19' SPECIAL Half off on Scotchguard.C REALTY SALE
THUNDERBIRD Ford royal blue all TWO OR THREE BR mobile horn, adults CARPET CLEANING!

whit. Int.. AC cruise, tilt steering AT only, no Inside pets 964-8614 or WANTED Keystone Heights 964-7700 NEW & USEDWe
with overdrive. 47,000 orlg. mil... On.own.r. 473-7770 M*N. '...pte A...
Call 533-2403 after 6 p.m. TF THREE BEDROOM 1 bath block home. Floors stripped and waxed v..... P.Q4om*tok.rCMJoy Finance Our Own
WANTED BUY single or double plow 3tpd 12/12.26 Thornton A._....
$350/mo. Edward. Rd ).
rebuilt 6 ((100A
FORD PICKUP 1977. new cyl. for 3 point hitch. 475-1 138. Itpd 12/19 KIRBYS
motor. $300. 7823752. Itpd 12/19 964-5606. 11/21 TF ROYALS

19BO VW RABBIT fu.l-inl.ct.d angina..S.peed ONE BEDROOM apartment furnished. .. lots..yi ac to 1'/ ac. S5OO. EUREKAS .

/At", sunroof,..4. door .sedan. SlTS/mo. No pets;", 9645276. Apply . 1 '''',' Steve Broadway Land en 30| South. f.; (..... HOOVERS-1 JELECTROCUX ..f\\
good shape. $.1800. 9648950. Itchg downstairs/ 403 N. Walnut/ St. Itchg Commercial Building. Call( for I
12/19 12/19 TREE SERVICEIs
.1 details. FILTER QUEENS
FORD PICKUPi 1966 351 V8 positive THREE BEDROOM HOUSE In Waldo -- ---- --
2.39 Acres In city. 3 BR, :2 BA. brick SEARS
traction standard shift, long wheel stove, refrig, fenced yard. $200 per r NowBROADWAY
bo... $400. Will trolling motor mo., lit last and $100 securltry home, most desired area..Ready to COMMERCIALWe
468-1509.12/12 12/19 Bargain Center Inc. sell. Call for more detail. repair all makes
o* part payment. Call 431-1942 after 6 deposit. 2tchg I .
-Less than 2 Years Old Brick home In
p.m. Itpd 12/19 TWO OR THREE BR apartment all Removal : AI
utilities $300 month. 106 N. country with 6 or more acre Young'sSince
199. BRONCO 302 V8 standard trans., paid. per *
radial RVT's, white spoke rims, flare Church St. Can be shown anytime. Electrical Plumbing Trimming e111 Acres, good hunting woods

kit completely rebuilt and painted, no 964-8556. 12/12 3tchg 12/26 I Mobile Horn Supplies Stump Removal some owner financing. 1957
rust. Excellent cond. $4,250.702.3660. FOR RENT OR SALE Like new 3BR blockhouse Paneling ft Cabinet '20 Minutes from Gainesville: High ft 964-6918

TF on 2.6 acre Rent $300. I 2 Commercial Icemaker I Firewood dry land highway frontage. excellent

19BO FORD FAIRMONTi door 4 cyl.AT 964-5445. Itchg 12/19 Makes 350 Ib*. a Day Free Estimate owner financing good for 3 Miles north of

PS, PB AC clean runs good. $1,450 TWO BEDROOM, 2 bath LR DR. kitchen I, Capacity I subdividing. Starke on US 301
cash. Phone 473-4508. Itpd 12/19 and family room garage. $325 month. 473.7097 e 473.7679

CONVERSION VAN 1982 Ford 6000. let. and last in advance. Walking I QUALITY FOR LESS After 5 P.M. -- ----- -- -
distance from 964-6718 after
964-4956 days or 964.0369.v.s. 12/19 shopping.
Ztchg 12/24 5 p.m 12/122tpd 12/19 I Keystone Heights (421--Wat.rfront access 4BR 2Ba
1112 CADILLAC Sedan DeVllle, loaded TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT All hook-ups 964-6679 US 301 South I Licensed & block home on Little Santa F* Lake. Janet M.
available. Motel 964-7357. Oak shaded 1.5 ac. lot. Enloy the
60,000 miles. $8,400.964-4956 day or Temple l lL J

964-8369 ev... 12/19 2tchg 12/24 12/I2TF .. quiet and privacy here. StarlingRealtor
FORD PICKUP, '1970 !M! ton 302.. V8, FOUR BEDROOM unfurnished house. -- 1422-3 ac. farmette 1 !V4! mile to

9646258. 12/19 2tchg 12/24. S350/mo.( 315 N. Walnut St., 964-8404. town pecan and fruit trees, corner
CAMARO CONVERTIBLES 1969 hi. 12/I24tchg 1/3 property and pqved rd.

perform.\C.396. turbo 400, shift kit FOR RENT ON HAMPTON LAKE 2 SuppliesFrom 42O--53 ac. with new 3BR 2Bo brick JUST REDUCED from $24,000: 4.87
488 post, N-SO tire*, interior good con bedroom screened porch utilities In. Plumbing home East on SR 100. Owner will split acres with well, septic and 35 ft.
dition. Need finishing have Imron cluded.Call 468-1777 or 964.5888.ltchg and sell acreage. pool. $16,500..HOUSE .

point to finish. 2500. Call 9646326. 12/19 Durrance f.414-9 ac. farmette, 3BR IBa horn, U MOVE Make offer.

Itpd 12/19 workshop mobile home and MH 1.8 ACRES with older home,

I9M COURIER 1800. 964-7724. 12/19 BUSINESS & Supply Co. I hookup front SR 100E. beautiful pecan trees 48000.
2tchg 12/26 OPPORTUNITIES Pump 399..3 BR 1 Ba block ham In town el.6 ACRES 12x60 MH. 15000.

fenced yard central heat, must see, .IS ACRES Older home and OW

HOMES extras Included. mobile home 47500.
MOBILE HOME PARK 18 to 21 units in tIll US 301 North [ We Drill Wells f 402..Smoll home In Railord, newly .II ACRES Well septic tank

FOR SALE Keystone, house also. $25,000 down liii 84' N.T.mpleAv.. 1 964-7061 I' III IIIi remodeled Inside. Good starter pond/open air barn. $33,500

net 20000. Great tax advantages. Starke. Fla. 2"to '" -. Stat. Licensed horn or, $12,900. .5 ACRES $12,500.; 10 ACRES -
3 BR 1'/s. BA HOMEs Saratoga Hts., cor. 373-4792.10/2" 8tpd 12/12 1398-.20 ac. 4BR 2Ba stucco horn, 25000. Excellent Terms.

nor lot. Enclosed garage, CHSA. Phon. GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE $10,000 mobile home hookup, pasture,pecan .....7 ACRES:Well septic tank 17x35
961.8652.3/21 tfn down. OWNER will finance and supply ., ..- tree, 63000. Tollman pool fenced/cross-fenced.
WOODEN HOUSE:20x20 tin roof blocked merchandise on consignment commercial
See our properties, 25000.
up ready to move$500, .431-1050 tfn 1-904-373-191711/28) TF LAVERN H. OUTLAW acreage r..ldtlaIUstlng.. OFFICE e.4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. $12.500.
beautiful discount
2BR location OWN YOUR OWN
CI HOMEi 1 bath good
SPACE FOR RENT-fttacXewrthou. eS Ac. Paved frntg. $12,500.
Ladles children. Nationally i:
and condition., $3,500 own., Baloon shoe store. or I 1 Broker
known brand Jordache, Bear AveStrk.FI320
$18,000 12%. $300 per mo. Balance 5yr Bes. 984-5478
*. Some part neg. to fit budg.t. Traps Bandollno, 9 West Johansenf, REALTOR. lSTROUT Ac.i$50,000
964-8251 (keep trying). 11/28TF Evan Plcene, USA. Pro Keds, Child Life I i Associates 1 28R 2BA in the Country. $29.900.

THREE BEDROOM 2 both home, CHA.FP. Cherokee Giggles and many more. All *
celling fan.. Ig. screen porch, on 6 first' quality merchandise $15,900 to DA VIOL. DODGE, MS A KAY C. WATERS REALTYMCOWCMATIO, (904)( )712.3931

acre. with pecan tree In city on $19,900 Includes beginning Inventory- Designated AppraiserRes. Res. 944-6941 i P.O.Drawer M
Gelger Rd. near Southslde Elem. training-fixtures' -grand opening promotions 964-4522! 964-8370 ',' MO... 381 S.Lawtey
69500. Phone 964-5876. 12/5TF and round trip air fore for one. OPAL DICKSON 944-89J1 473-3094, .
MIAMI STONE HOME 3BR. 3 bath., Call today. We can have your store STARKE.FLLINDAM.WOODS I I i I
15 Fashion, Res. 533-2040' RM.94-7333 ..- -
llreploce largo patio, situated on 5 opened In days. Prestige South Plaza'
ocr. In city limit. Bessent Rd. 501-329.2362.. : Itpd 12/12 301 a "-- -
964-5240 after 5:30 p.m. weekdays, Appraisals for Residence.Farm .Commercial*Business
anytime weekends. 12/12 2tchg 12/19 WANTEDWANTED Your.Full Service Reel Estate Office Roberts Re Estate
REMODELED 2BI home on '5 acre. Shed, -r. m
privacy fence, screened porch, pecan *4 BEDROOMt fenced yard In town, only 32900. 984 N. Tempi Ave. Starke FL
tr_.. 33000. 964-8482. 12/12. 2tpd TO BUYi 2,3. or 4 acre on pay *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 49 acre with older horn:Exc. location. Priced right 964-6, -
12/19 ed road suitable for' doublewide. ..c. financing.
-_ 9645404. Itpd 12/19 *BARGAIN HUNTERS 50x100 lot w/mobll home In Hampton. 7200.

"JOIN THE WINNING TEAM" .W.need 3' *FOREST HEIGHTS on 16 West/ acre bldg. loll, owner financed. PRICE REDUCED 40 acre Farm NW of Starke, pecan groves,

MOTORCYCLES sales associates who have above *HOME SITES AND ACREAGE on Bessent Rd.A Flume Rd. Owner financed w/ex- 2 BR frame house CH&A outb,iilldings and many extras.

overage expectations of earnings and cellent term JUST REDUCED 4 BR, 2 BA, I lock home on large city lot.
wish to receive above average oppor. *IN CITY ON 2 ACRES 3/2, eat In kit., grot room carport owner fin. 51500. Central and
1914 ATC 200X HONDAS 3 wheeler, heat air, carport. 3 9..500.I .
Good tunities. Watson Realty I I. expandingand *OWNER NEEDS LARGER HOMES 3BR 2 BA on 2 acre, CH/A range, refr., DW,
1700. OBO. condition.
782-3333 .
8/8 tin I Is offering extensive training programs fireplace, large utility room and more. On paved road. 49900. COMMERCIAL Prime buslnes location on US 301 with 589

191 RM BO SUZUKI $350. 96 .7724. and full time management. Expect ,*CROSBY LAKE INLET i Canal to Crosby Lake, large DW mobile home. 3/2, new plus feet on the highway and 11> acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.

i .12/19 2tchg 12/26 to"WIN WITH WATSON"... Call for double-pane window, owner financed, $34,900., Call for details.

Weaver.confldentall 12/19 Intervlnw. 4734816. Dean *MOTIVATED OWNER Price reduced $1.000 to 52900. Southgate ar_. .640 ACRES. Excellent develo pment property in a rapidly

'. room many amenities Moke offer. growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that
*GREAT-VALUEi.9 acres cleared /\11th./\ OW.Utt.:2JtuV. 2Ba_f porcH-goroge 1 ,
.-.-- $1200.00 per acre! I.
owner financed. Priced for quick sale.
CYPRESS MULCH *LOVELY HOMI on 4 manicured acres, fenced and cross fenced. Only 59900. WATERFRONT 150 plus-min u"' feet on beautiful Grandln

*10 ACRES South of Hampton lust off 325. 26900. Lake. Summer cottage with all room overlooking the lake.
*BEAUTIFUL OLDER HOME IN LAWTEYl Remodeled Inxlde and out. $48,900. screened This will fast
Lg. porch. one go at $57,500.
: & PINE BARK *REDUCED TO "2.<<1001 3BR 2Bo horn* In city. Fenced In back yard corner lot.
home 5.100.. MOBILE HOME On a 1 *-minus acre lot with four out-
*REDUCED TO $27, 00> recently remodeled on ,
We deliver- *HIGHWAY FRONTAGE 301 North 98 acre, Heavy In pine timber. 100000. buildings Including a 21' x 66' metal barn. Loads of
,pick-up or *COMMERCIAL Highway frontage on South 301. possibilities.

I Minimum 3 yds. on Delivery *3 ACRE MINI-FARMI land In posture:3 BR 2.BA. super kitchen. 64900. ,.
*LIVE IN THI COUNTRY and have It all..,A beauty on.6 acre, pecan trees, barn
and workshop. See It:you will love It. $128,500.
*BEST ARlAi Brick 3 BR 2 Ba, carport, chain link tented backyard. $49,900.. George W. ROM,Ffs,Jr. Broker

964-6649 W* Invite Inquiries On Our. Other Prop "'''. Terry A. Galnes. ISM,Salesmanr" __ __ _

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December 19. I HS! SECTION Page

r Aging Funds AvailableFor

I Union County Ads ,1 Bradford CountyThe

District III Area Agency on ;
Aging in Gainesville has announcedthat fTif
REAL ESTATE it will award $58,54.8 to Suwan-
Early Deadline nee River Economic Council to f
ClassIUd Ad Deadline will OUT OF AREA enable it to continue to provide Older
b. FRIDAY NOON for the Americans Act services to older persons -
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECI OF.PRO. in Bradford County during 1986.
next two w.*k* bocaut of PERTY If I don't hove It, I'll find It- Just According to Dean R LaFrentz,
the Holldoyt. Don't forqatl osk. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR. executive director of the Area Agency -
496-2126 or 4962903. eves "YOUR on Aging these funds are made i
HOMES UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn available through the HRS Office of
Aging and Adult Services. The funds
leg Hom. Over 40 rustic mod.) to FOR SALE will be used in Bradford County to
chaos from. S.nd for fr.. brochur. continue the delivery of supportive
Honest Abe log Homes, Rt. I. Box services such as Homemaker
84CF Mon, Tennessee 3857S. Floshlng arrow signs' SO percent off 11 Telephone Reassurance and Legal
18002313695.( ) If. 12119 $269 compl.t. lighted, Non-arrow to frail older persons age 60 and
Government home from $1 (U repair). $249. Unlight.d $199. (Free letters!) over. Supportive services provided I
Alto See locally. Sidewalk, window signsale
d.llnqu.nt .r Call '.ridei1 this program are designed to
1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. GH-1136, for Infor- 1(800)423-0163( ) anytime.1(800)628.2828..xt.504. iuiprove the quality of life of older
( .
motion. 12/19 8tpd. 2/6 It 12/12
who need such services
Plants at Martin's Fruit Farm Apples and persons
pears$2.80 to $5 while assisting them to live in-
INSURANCEMAINES ; grepes $2 to$3; nectarines
peaches and plums $2.25; dependently in their own homes as
blueberries $2, redbud dogwood, long as possible. ,
lake INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. golden rain and crepe myrtle $4. Closed The Area Agency on Aging reports ? r t' Ira
Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978. Sunday. 497-2621, Ft. White. 12/5 that about 115 persons will be servedby .k
Compl.t.lnsuronc. S.rvlc., tfn
4tchg. 12/26 this program during 1986. Per-
JOB OPPORTUNITIESSemi Beauty Shop Equipment Two dryers, sons wanting more Information
hydraulic chair wet sink station. All or about this program should contact .....- -
part Call 4960091. Itchg. 12/19 Suwannee River Economic Council.
Driver Training Earn big bucks- Puppets at the Library...
drive big truck. DOT certification. HELP WANTEDjobs The Bradford County: Public Library invites kids of The library will close at 5:00 p.m. on Monday
local and. notional job placementassistance. DENTAL HEALTHHow nil ueH| to u Christmas puppet show on Saturday. December 23, and resume normal hours of operation
Correspondenceresidenttraining. Overseas Big money fast $20,000to 1)\.t't'lIIht'l' 21, at 10:00 a.m., at the library. Christmas on Thurday December 26. Wednesday. Januarv I.
Eligible Institution for fed.rolaid
tarots and) ilassits will make this that all .
Call a program I'JHB will be observed as a holiday.
$50,000 plus
GSL. Call per year.
18002519042.( ) Unlt.dTruck
much do you know about members of the will For information
family enjoy. more
Master, Resident Tampa 1(317)8398900( ) Ext. 8008. 12/12 2tpd.
Training: -
Fl. It. 12/19 12/26 good dental health? Tel-Med has call the library at lilli-MOO.
Truck Drivers Drive with pride I ApplyIn the Information on these and many
person at, Poole Truck Line. 2241 more health topics. Call Tel-Med at
FOR RENT Detroit Blvd., Pensacola. Fl. Must live 964-4896 or 378-OO07 and ask for
within 200 miles of Pensacola. EOE. It. these tapes by number.: I
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR 12/19 Social Security Checks for Students
RENTS Union CountyTlmes, 150 Government Jobs $040-S59,230/yr. 301 Rossing your teeth
Main Str..t, Lake Butler. Phone Now hiring. Call 1(805)687-6000( ) Ext. 302 Effective toothbrushing -
496-2261 for Information. tfn R.1136 for current federal list. 12/19 303 Dental plaque By A. Glenn Moore be attending a secondary school on a the student must be enrolled for at
Roam Duplex-furnished air and TV. $87 8tpd. 26BUSINESS 304 Diet tips for dental health District Manager full-time basis. The child can be any least 20 hours a week in a course of
per month plus half utilities. Call 306 Wisdom teeth An unmarried child of a Social age if he or she was severely disabl- study that lasts at least 13 weeks.
4963737. 12/12 2tchg. 12/19 307 Seven warning signs of gum Security-insured person who ed before age 22. Students may receive Social
Six room hou. near Lak. Butler OPPORTUNITIES disease becomes disabled, retires, or dies A "full-time student" is one who Security payments for all months
r.a.onabl. rates, nice location. Coll 309 Canker sores and fever may be eligible for Social Security attends a high school, junior high during which they attend an approved -
496-3018 or 4311552. 12/12 2tchg. Eur.kaLog Homes, Inc.. fulfills the blisters benefits. If the child is under 18, he school, or elementary school andor school up to the month in which
12/19 American dream. Your own business 310 Baby teeth she would be eligible whether or who is considered by the school be they reach age 19. In some cases the
Thr. bedroom hou. Two blocks from and a beautiful Eureka log Home. for 311 Toothache, what not to do not in school: if 1819. the child must in full-time attendance. In addition, payments may be continued after
lake $250 month $50 security deposit.Call $19,000. Call free 18006438344.( ) It. 314 Bad breath what causes It? age 19 for an additional 2 months or
496-2751. 12/19 tfnchg. 12/19 323 Are you afraid ot the dentist? until the school year is completed
19M Mobile home furnished 3 Life time Become of 524 whichever first.
opportunity. part Cancer of the mouth comes
bedroom., 2 baths on 3 acre yard In MLM Company that has a consumable To remain eligible for benefits.
Ralford. AC, fireplace Island range, for that sells itself SUZUKI OF STARKEU.S. students
product women on Tel-Med A true service to the must report any change
garden tub pool. $300 per month. First rebate baslsl, Call for interview, community provided by the Auxili- that might affect their eligibility for
month vance.plu.Call 431.1133$200 security or 4311843.1219 deposit in ad. 1(305)973-9292.( ) It 12/19 ary of Bradford Hospital, Inc 301 South. Starke monthly payments.This .
includes work ,
activity any
2tchg. 12/26 MOBILE HOMES SUZUKI! 964-6020 change in school attendance, changeof
address or marriage. In addition,
PERSONAL SERVICES students are required to complete a
1970 12x64 Three bedroom, two full
baths, plywood floors, very nice win- NOTICE All 1985 Models Slashed in Price. form near the start of the school
Ditching S.rvlc. Cot 225 with bucket dow AC, 5500. Call Powell's, .. year and again at the end, that calls
ovoiloble.Will operate hourly or'lease. 496-3377. 12/19 2tpd. 12/26 MEN & WOMEN for such information as school attendance -
Hercules Incorporated. Call 7523368. 1762TRAIN They must go before ChriHtmns ... and work activity. Failure to
11/284tpd. 12/19 complete the form and return it to
Firewood Oak and pine. Call Thomas NOW FOR Save Thousands the Social Security Administration
Nettles at 4963823. tfn 1222I CIVIL SERVICE on time may lead to a termination of
I found loll Just 3 1/2 miles east of Shop & Compare I 11 I benefits
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I Gainesville Civic Ballet brings a Christmas Classic to Starke

Ih' :lark. "it'tllbl Gainesville company by the Florida the had
company to taylor their proThl'y were hooked from the
KCT Staff Writer Division of Cultural Affairs and the duction to the stage facilities number. opening
The talented cast of the National Endowment of the Arts available here, doing with
Gainesville Civic Ballet worked along with area sponsorship."The some special effects like away falling .
their magic once again Monday snow, growing Christmas trees and
morning as their colorful productionof students here have a unique firing "The story, which is full of magic
the famous Nutcracker Suite opportunity to see something many cannon. and music, is perfect for younger au- e
delighted an overflow audience of of them may have never seen live if diences, but look at the teachers,
Bradford County students packed in- it weren't for this production,"com- Ask any teacher what it would be they are probably enjoying it just as
like to try to keep the attention of much," Skinner
to the Bradford High School mented one teacher who was wat commented.
auditorium ching over her young charges while over 800 elementary age students at "We're glad to be able to come here
enjoying the concert herself. "It's a anyone time and they would tell you and put this show on the students.
The dancers were divine as usual, great experience for all of the it could be a nightmare. This time it For many kids these days ballet and
even surviving a power blackout students to see a fine production like was different. As soon as the house symphonic music is an unusal I experience -
halfway through the performance, this. The dancers are very lights went down and the dancers I hope we can change
to finish the show with a rousing talented." took rl'. their places on stage, a silence some of those perceptions with our
final movement which concluded vr "a"aa""r' show We plan to come back"
u ith nearly all the performers on the The cast for the show numbered I
stage at once. about 70 and the trials and travailsof
bringing such a massive show on
The traditional Christmas performance the road was a challenge for Direc-
of the classic Tchalkovsky' tor Judy Skinner. Skinner was pleased I. I 4111 I .H
composition was made possible herein with the attention paid by the
Starke through funding! ( of the students to the show even though

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I Traffic Arrests in Bradford County ''I'IThe


following in Bradford individuals were arrested Tony Allbntton, 24, of Kailord was nadina Beach was arrested Dec 15 recognisance. to Patrolman John Hodges. He was theft He will then be returned to
authorities. County by local arrested Dec. 15 for DUI, no validdriver's for DUI, according to Trooper Ken- Edward Lynn Watkins, 24, of released after the fine of $31.50 was Bradford County where he has been
license, wilful-wanton neth Etheridge Bergen's blood Starke was arrested on a capias paid. additionally charged with failure to
Clarence W. Deese reckless driving, fleeing attempting alcohol content was .22 percent. charging failure to appear oncharges appear to answer felony charges, according
27, of Starke
to elude and refusing to sign citation, Bond was et at $5(10) he released Obie
was arrested Dec. 14 for was of DUI and careless driving, Lee Jackson, 42, of Starke to the arrest record
while intoxicated (DWI) and driving according to Patrolman Paul on his own recognizance. according to Investigator David was arrested Dec. 15 for DUI,
while license driving Khoden. Bond was I''lul $8t>2.50. He Adctholt lie was released after a NVDL, according to Trooper D. C. Ronnie Risby,27,of Starke was arrested -
according to suspended Patrolman (DWLSt Hichard) was released\ on his own Darrell I>. Brown, 36, of Keystone $500 surety l hood was posted. Hoberts. Jackson's blood alcohol Dec. 17 on a capias charging
recogm.mreJohn Heights was arrested 1 Dec 15 for
Splitt. Deese's blood alcohol content was .24 percent. Bond was improper tag and DWLS, accordingto
was .18 percent. He content DUI and OWLS, according to Edwin R. Conklin, 28, was ar- set at $500. Jackson is to be releasedto Investigator John Tilley He was
after $!V:t\! nrf'tv Mod was released....f.... Ti'ooper I). C. UolxTls. Bond was set tesled Dec. 15 on a capias charging Flagler County Sheriff's Office released after a $135.75 cash bond
wi n ..
Curl Bergen 27. of HVr- at $5110! ), he was released' on his own I'ailllrl"o pay traffic fine, according wh. ho tares chan o- nf prand was posted.


I News Briefs -___n. .

Burglary suspect Lake Butler Man observed the Mercury coming The Porsche, driven by Debra Ann

nabbed in Union Injured in AccidentA toward him. The driver of the truck Turner, 26, of Hampton was east-
hit his brakes and lost control of his bound on CH-18, when she lost control -
Jackie Lee Newcomb of 43-year-old lake Butler\ man vehicle. The truck started to slide of her vehicle, according to
Kdgewaler was arrested on Dec 10 was injured in an accident Friday sideways and struck the front of the Trooper W. D. Carpet (Any $ JI95 Scotchgard
and is being held in the Union County afternoon Dec. 13 near Florida Mercury, said Pace. The vehicle skidded across the Room II 7L I Is
Jail on two counts of burglary of a State Prison. Driver of Ihe 1 truck, David N. Drig- roadway and onto the south shoulder blcdllinO
structure, one count of grand theft Benjamin F. Walters was taken by gcrs, 23: of Klofdhomc was charged where it struck a telephone pole with & HalO B"Tr Available
auto and one count of grand theft. ShandsOair to Shands Hospital in with driving under influence, expired its left side and a tree with it's rear. & Co.
Gainesville alter his vehicle was lag and failure have vehicle The vehicle then overturned,coming Florida Carpet Cleaning Dye
Newcomb was charged with struck. His condition is listed as under control! I lie was released after lo rest on it's top in the center of
burglary of a structure, grand theft satisfactory, according to a hospitalspokesman. it $::150! ( surely bond was posted.' OMB. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFEREDWe
and grand theft auto in an incident Turner was cited with careless furniture clean
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that occurred at the Union County Walters, driving a l 117:1! : Mercury Porsche Overturns driving by Langslon. Paramedics ing and inside auto detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts. Quality
High School on Nov. I II.I
was struck by a 1)78!) Mack truck as Driver Scott Taylor and Paul West responded -
The second charge of burglary of a he was westbound on SIM, according Not Injured to the accident but listed no injuries work at low, low prices. Call now to make an appointment.
structure was in relation to an incident to Trooper Calvin. Pace. The The driver of an unside down 1970 with t the exception ol the abra- Senior Citizen Discount NoMileac Charge _Jlee Advice

at the Union County residenceof truck was eastbound passing an Porschereceived only an abrasion sion. Call 964-49"97 Call : PI
Marvin Pntchclt. unknown vehicle when I the driver I In her chin I Dec 12 Damage to the Porsche was Nler.'I : /
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Shipping HomegrownCitrus

Rules ExplainedTo BIA K&

Introduces with
help eliminate any boxes can be sealed. Loose fruit thatis DECKER"JACKSON
misunderstanding regarding the use decaled or stamped is for in-state "
of homegrown citrus fruit, Citrus use only.
Canker Project officials have issued Florida citrus cannot be mailed to
the following information. other citrus-producing regions suchas
Citrus grown in backyards; cannotbe Texas, California, Arizona, Loui-
mailed or given to friends but it is siana, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, U.S. BUILDING SUPPLY
fine for personal use, said Gordon Virgin Island, Guam, American
Johnson, WSDA/APHIS, Canker Samoa and Northern Mariana
Project deputy director. Islands.
Homeowners can give friends fresh- Canker Project officials urge

squeezed juice or sectioned fruit, but homeowners with any questions Great Gift Ideas & Great
the peel must remain on their pro- about shipping citrus to call their SavingsGood
perty. The peel should then be local Canker Project Office.
double-bagged and taken to a land-
fill or put out for garbage pickup. thru December 31, 1985
Homeowners wishing to sell their FLA.TWIN THEATRE
fruit for processing can do so
through approved intermediate Starke 964-5451 9021
handlers or scale operators,Johnson
said.Homeowners Open Every Night lf DRILLIDRIVERTM/

citrus can only ship fruit originatingfrom
a registered packinghouse or & SCREWDRIVER
registered gift-fruit shipper. If II 9021 pia
homeowners mail it themselves and I Ij Cordless for convenient use anywhere.
it's a 4/5-bushel box, the container
recharger keeps tool ready to use. e
must remain sealed and must have a
USDA-APHIS-PPQ limited permit # Holster' with belt clip.
fstamped! on the side or top. The Post "" :.-.:: -a--s'toragTecomparrrnerit7nc/ud'es''T/4''t3/16/ : "
Office or United Parcel Service will Fri Man. Wed Thur. 7.10. 9:10 and 3/32"drill bits plus phillips and slotted
not accept a limited permit taped or Sat Sun 5:10. 7:10, 9:10 screwdriver bits
glued to the container.If Tues. 11.00 a.m., 7.05 p.m. '
the shipment contains either Reg. Price ,/4"keylesschuck. Reg. Price s612S

plastic or mesh bags purchased at SCREEN 2 Ratchet lock for extra torque.

roadside stands or grocery stores, *43"Sale LED shows it's charging. Sale
the bags must have the original seal
intact and must have a limited per- SHERKSKHOLMES 300 RPM forward and reverse $4 7 4 4 e BLACK&DECK I,
mit in them or stamped on them.
When the bags are packed for mailing -
HOLMES ;" 111': 7391
Canker Project officials suggest $3525 ,
2-1/8/ HPlmai moloi output)
leaving the box open so the Post Of- Fit. Mon. Wed. Thur. 700. 9.05 '4"DRILL 7.1/4"/ CIRCULAR SAW
fice or UPS can check the bags for Sat. Sun. 5:10: 7.00, 9.05 eM475enes" ,.. I .
limited permits. Once approved, the Tues. 11 00 a.m., 7.00 p.m. technology motor metal Metal and blade masonry guards culling permit
---- -------- --- for more power. higher with proper blade
301 DRIVE-IN BLRCKSKCHEl torque ',,1 I 1 .
The first forty of life give us Steel wraparound shoe fot
the Starke 964-7484 /I Compact,better balanced and extra support
the text; the next thirty supply 4 .
easier to handle. Two handles tor control
commentary on it. SchopenhauerTELMED Fit, Sat., Sun., 7548 M47SeriesTMVARIABLESPEED High speed ((2500 RPM) for small Includes 7-1/4 combma.

hei la C.NYChillln' JIG SAW holes and light duty work lion blade
Variable speed adds
versatility. to the unit
and square to worksurfacefor accurate
Calibrated shoe tilts to
45either direction; lock drilling
position 0*. Exclusive chuck key clips on cord to
Two position shoe slides prevent loss
For public information on health Sh *Atinvc: .,:30e forward to reducesplintering Safe s1800
R 52130
related topics call Tel-Med at for fine cutting ego Price
VA4-449A or 378-OOO7 and ask lor PLUS e back for bevel and
these tapes by number: compound mitre cuts 1
Pale Rider New Improved rectangular ___. .... NSHEETTVrD
155 Medicare drive shaft keeps blade : FINISHING SANDER.
Prescription Medicine from 'twisting and reinlorcedbladeclamp fffff"'l'lj-' Compact-Series.
171 i i1I .
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Proper Use L 11101 t<11 design tor easier
430 Medical Insurance I! Adults .... $1.50 : assures proper blade # f'.. handling in tight places
I alignment' for more
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169 Hospice :
Includes:general purpose '
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Tel-Med is a free seMce provided built '. rM. lion
and screwdriver in -in "
to the community by the Auxiliary of STARKE LANES storage area. W,, X..>\v5* "I :1 e Convenient lever iirtuateilyi
Bradford Hospital Inc. 1612 N. Temple Avenue 964 8175 \/ i ",_ paper clamps for easy
&** changes\
Reg. Price Sale Reg. Price $41

PRICE 111e 53625 $2925 $3400

1/2 SALE

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Have A Merry Christmas

Christmas 1.00 Boys per game and Day(((1.10;iris Special pm) other Black & Decker tools

Holiday Afternoon Special

85' per game

., 1.5 pm (excluding Christmas & and accessoriesm
New Years Day).

0, MM-Sd- Oltar EiHrai DM. 31 New Years Eve

Scotch Mixed Doubles Tournment

PERMS I 10:30: p.m. (II 1 1T1''

II"6i.IWeaun-0adyelGetee. '.0.00 . . NOW $ZO New Years Day Special
'1.00 per game ((1-10 p.m.)

Weeiea* .l.0.S14 HAIRCUTS $7 "Forming 191M.; leagues"Mixed JACKSON BUILDING p l SUPPLY

NOW League 9 pm Tues., Jan. 7

VFROSTOG Scratch Doubles 3 pm Sun.. Jan. 5

Man*WimtnHltS40. For more information J-J"J: "
$20 !
. NOW Inquire at Control Counter:

All Haircolor or

tin.....i s10.ta6 women. Now $9 (Cal Ask 964-8175 lor Janet) S9rrrv I "__paxg nw.r'.cirv .roil W M.m.a..w aw.,.....upon ar..mrry--cam/nix/r1w twatwwM. ...nM e w.i--dppW
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....964-4645 Starke & Happy New Year.


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I Highway patrol predicts 24 will lose_lives during holiday seasonThe

Florida Highway Patrol midnight Wednesday, December 25. The New Year's holiday period is advised to contact FlIP with a vehi- in last year's Christmas and New "Our main objective is to reduce
released its prediction concerning Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, Director expected to account for nine deaths cle description, location and direction Year's holiday periods were not using the needless loss of lives and human
highway traffic deaths for the upcoming of the Florida Highway Patrol, over a similar 30 hour period which of travel so we can hopefullystop seat belts,even though they were suffering that results from traffic
Christmas and New Year s stated: "If last year is any indicator, will begin 6 p.m., Tuesday the vehicle before tragedy.oc available. "Seat belts do save lives. accidents. Enforcing DUI laws will
holiday period. Both holidays are 60 percent or nine traffic deaths,will December 31,1985 and continue untilmidnight curs." The majority of those killed last be our top priority during these holi-
likely to claim a total of 24 lives, be alcohol-related. A majority of the Wednesday, January 1, Burkett also noted that 93 percentof year could be alive tday.had they day periods," concluded Colonel
many as a result of alcohol-related fatal crashes will occur on straightand 1986. According to colonel Burkett, all drivers andjwssengers killed buckled up," he stated. Burkett. ,
accidents.It level roads during clear weather "During this period we traditionally f .
is predicted that IS persons will conditions at nighttime." experience the highest percentage of -JIll II.HOO"ER
die on Florida's streets and Department records reveal that in alcohol-related crashes of the year
highways during the Christmas holi- addition to driving under the in- Every available trooper will be on
day period. This amounts to one fluence, careless driving violationsof the road during these periods paying :;
death every two hours throughoutthe right of way,and speeding rank as special attention to the impaired IuE
30 hours period, beginning 6 p.m.TuosH.iv the most often cited factors as con- driver. Motorist who observe a T4Z =
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Highway Patrol is onel Bobby R, Burkett, FHP Direc- "The FHP encourages everyone to ,
and participating in the National Drunk tor, is urging all citizens to abstain help make a difference by wearing .
Week, Driving Awareness from drinking and driving at all your safety belts at all times and -
December 1521. During this times, but to be : :
particularly aware driving sober. FHP would also like,, o
state and local law enforcement of the dangerous combination during to remind drivers of the"Report Impaired 9 e
be agencies nationwide will Awareness Week and the upcoming Drivers" involvement in 100oiiii00 _-
concentrating on removing impaired holiday season. helping the patrol remove drunk -
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effort was held the message for those who choose to contact the nearest FHP office or RADAR
on Friday, December 13, termed as ignore it: "This state does not mere- local law enforcement agency,with
Drivers."D-Day:"An Unlucky Day for Drunk ly give tickets to drunk drivers. You the vehicles' description, directionof DETECTORS
get arrested, your license is taken travel and location. Troopers laoo--I oo e
perception of the dangers away, and you are sent to jail. The would then search for the vehicle in [ 0 AI Brand Protection
in drinking alcohol and consequences are more serious for an effort to prevent a serious acci-
driving I tR nn Ihe inrreagP find ('n1. "
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miltary desertion, according to George Lessly Spates,42,has been ication, according to Patrolman RADIO'
Patrolmen Kathy Best and Karen additionally charged with posses-
Kenneth R. Hinds, Jr. He was
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Diann Douglas cup for de&sert. Top desserts with a whipped,nonfat Mobile Graphic
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wary of snacks, such as control over the calories you'll be before cooking,and if possible,when
peanuts, pretzels, and chips, which eating, so use this power wisely. eating away from home.
are often served at parties. Remember to consider temrta. Drain browned ground beef in a
Either stay away from the snack tions before and after the colander by using a baster to suck up
tables or go easy and keep a checkon well as during it. For example, don'tshop drippings or by patting the meat dry All .a
how much you eat. too early and don't spend days with a paper towel after most of the 200 Watt
At a party in your own home, try preparing the food.Don't devour the drippings have been removed BLANK
having fruits or vegetable sticks leftovers before getting them in the Reducing the fat in many recipesby J 4-WAY SPEAKERS
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cottage cheese or lowfat yogurt dip. Be Festive gives a good product. This works CASSETTES"40 Oz. Magnetic Circuit
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For special dinners,'many*raw- serving the typical rich sweet potato f"in place of fruit cakes.
calorie foods are elegant as well as casserole topped with mar- Buy low fat milk products such as
fashionable. For example, start shmallows. skim or two percent milk, butter- Got 5 Unlvac AM/FM RadioANTENNAS 1 0 %
your dinner by serving fresh Moisten bread stuffing with milk and low fat cottage cheese off
vegetables in light vinegar-oil turkey broth rather than butter or Serve more fruits and vegetablesfor CAR CASSETTE .
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Feature an entree delicately tart apples in addition to celery Serve a hot low calorie appetizer CARRIERS
seasoned with herbs or spices.Serveon and onions. such as hot tomato juice or a clear CAR RADIOS
a bed of whole-grain pilaf. Ac- -In place of mincemeat or pecan soup before the meal to curb ap- 5.98
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The National Forests in Florida designated.Some is designated wilderness. Ac- Digital Tape Counter
now have seven new wilderness things change when an area tivities like hunting, fishing, canoe-
areas. These areas were added last becomes wilderness such as a ban on ing and hiking are welcomed within
fall when the Florida Wilderness Act the use of motorized vehicles, wilderness boundaries (with no [ L-
became law.Bradwell machinery or other mechanical con- motorized equipment of course). -
veyances like bicycles. Prohibiting Primitive camping is also encouraged '149.00 ;9 O
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Bay Wilderness Addition power tools, bicycles, etc is a man- mind that during hunting season, On Sale
and Mud Swamp/New River datory restriction in a wilderness camping is allowed only in
Wilderness are the two new area. Such restrictions protect the designated sites such as recreation
wilderness areas in the Apalachicola wilderness values that qualify an areas or hunt camps.
National Forest. The Ocala gained area for wilderness designation. Forest visitors will soon be able to
four areas: Alexander Springs Congress did allow one exception in locate the seven new areas by watching -
Wilderness, Juniper Prairie the Florida Wilderness Actmotor- for the black and white
Wilderness, Little Lake George boats are still permitted on Alex- "wilderness" signs. The Forest Ser-
Wilderness and Billies Bay ander Springs Creek within the Alex- vice is currently posting these signsto MUSIC SYSTEMSGD20
Wilderness. On the Osceola one ander Springs Wilderness. mark each wilderness area boun-
area, Big Gum Swamp Wilderness, Some things stay the same when dary.In .

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hosted their annual arts and crafts show in Brooker old and specially treated so that the art work tiN
which attracted many artists from various parts of thestate would last for years. .
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