Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01372
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01372
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PKY LIBRARYOF HISTORY FEB 0 4 : 404 Library West
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Outsiue... SECTION At 12 PogM ,''i'II\
There a chance: of a damp Christmas,but the overcast will also N.ws... . . .... .. .14..SA ,'
keep the warm air from rising and will make for warmer Idllortoli...4A.I l,.>..
temperatures. Social' N.wi.?..7A j.f.;>',
Ninety percent humidity is expected: Tuesday, Dec. 24. There is a sports. "' ',? 60 percent chance of rain Christmas Eve, with high temperatures Public Notices. o,",
in the mid-to-upper 60s, lows In the 40s. The Christmas Day forecast 't cterap
calls for variable cloudiness, a chance of showers, lows in the 40s, SECTION Bt 10 '0".' :;1'f.
highs In the 60s. KM Slnkhol..,.
It has not rained in the entire' district of Bradford, Union, .tA"., Ch.., _.2B"I,
nam] and Alachua Counties since .71 inches fell Dec. 1. Average 1959 Cov.)In.31LBH i
rainfall for December is 3.08 Inches.The ground is drying out,and a Bomb ,.... V
few forest fires are starting to crop up, says the Forestry Service. Ar.a Deaths. . .:9, SI '
Residents are warned to be extremely careful. News .rl.fi. . .t, *BCla The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven3oyearaverageralnfallJanuary.Decemberls54
inches. So far in .ilFId. . . .a-7. 107th Year STARKE,FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
1985, some 52-53 inches of rain has been recorded.- in the county. Spirit of Chrltlmai ..,oa 23rd Issue Thursday December ZI, 1985 LISPS 062-700

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Early Deadline,

Again... Good Chance
Since next Wednesday is New
Year's Day and no mail will be
delivered, the Jan. 2 issue of The
Telegraph will be published Mon-
day, Dec. 30, and will be mailed
A f'e3, .
Tuesday morning Dec. 31. r.W
Therefore, the deadline for At
advertising, both classified and Industry
display, for the Jan. 2 issue must r
be in The Telegraph office by noon ; w'w'L '

Friday, Dec. 30. Special arrangements 4 Does the City of Starke and Brad- mond said, but is the basis for a
must be made with / I ford stand chance at
County a getting dynamic plan for today's changing
newspaper office for copy to arrive industry to locate here? market.

later than noon Friday. I a ., Yes, says a certified industrial Richmond pointed out he comes
Deadline for news items for the developer, the possibility exists if a from Southern Illinois, which is fur
Dec. 26 issue will be 5 p.m. Friday,, + joint government and private in; ther south than Richmond, VA. His
Dec. 30.Square. r dustry program is established with a home town exports coal, most of its
r $76 400 budget to pursue the goal, young people, and homespun
Dance... and given a three to five year run at philosophy, Richard said. ,
There is a square dance the first the goal. It would be asking too Starke and Bradford County is not '
Saturday of every month at the much for current Chamber Manager too different. This area loses 30-40(
Kingsley Lake Civic Center. Mike Cooney to undertake the additional percent: of its young people because
The next dance is Satur- work. However, that is the second jobs they hope to get are not here.
day, Jan. 4.square option What is really needed The goal, Richmond said, "...is to
the is organizeeconomic make committment and cut the
expert says, an a
5:30: covered dish
p.m. supper. development program kind of deal you want for Starke and
6:30: p.m. workshop.
8 p.m., mainstream square Top Grade-Getters at BIIS... headed by a $25,000 per year ex- Bradford County."
dance. ecutive director. The most important part of the
Caller: Ken Perez. The eight stralght-A students at Bradford High Brown, David Thorpe, Robert Thorpe. In back: Ann The report was commissioned by plans is a public-private partnershipwith
School for the second six-weeks are l-r): In front: Starling and Tonya Klein. shown: Karen Martin. the Targeted Industries Committeeof the Chamber of Commerce,
Annual Meeting... Yvonne Bobo and Terese Richardson. Middle: Jody the Starke-Bradford Chamber of local government, and private In-
Commerce chaired by Florida Na- dustry working together. Such a
The 1985-86 Annual Meeting of th! tional Bank at Starke President J.E. public-private partnership exists in
Starke-Bradford County Chamberof Tomlmson. It is the first step taken Volusia, County, Richmond said.
Commerce is set Saturday, Jan. Earn Straight-A's at BHS after successfully having the county Manufacturing in Florida is on the
25, at the Starke Golf and Country Eight designated a Blue Chip Community increase, Richmond said, because
Club. by the State Department of Com- Florida has the climate.
The social hour begins at 6:30: merce. Purpose of the Targeted In- Economic development is a
Eight Bradford High students, or Biology I, Spanish II, Advanced A-B Honor Roll...
p.m. Dinner is at 7 p.m. Tickets arc. 7/10ths of the 1,070-member students American History and Government dustries Committee (TIG) is to find of lengthy gestation, Richmondsaid
$12 per person, and may be reserv- body, earned straight-A's for the se- Honors English 10, and Advanced Another 73 students, or 6,8 percentof ways to secure industry, and know- at least a three-year committ
ed by phoning the Chamber office, cond six-weeks grading period Tennis. Bropwn is the son of Mr. and the 1,070-member student body, ing how to go about securing In- ment.
9645278. which ended Nov. 7. Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. earned all A's or B's for places on dustry is a difficult problem for the Pointing out what an outsider
"What's with is the A-B Honor Roll for the second committee.The would Richmond said the
Right America see, new
David who is enrolled)] in
Another 73 students, or 6.8 percentof Thorpe,
be six-weeks. They are, by grade: is David Richmond of industrial is and
the topic of an address slated to the student body, earned all A's orB's Woods, Geometry, Honors Biology I, expert park undeveloped
given by Harris T. Remley, the II Advanced Daytona Beach, a certified In- electric rates should be lower for industry -
for the A-B honor roll. Algebra American
places on
Director of Civic Affairs for and Government Seniors: Larry Barnhill, Marsie dustrial developer who has been successful Starke needs to take a close
History Honors
The students are by ,
Seaboard System Railroad. Straight-A 10 and I. Brantley, Tracie Clark, Allison Den- in getting industry to locatein look at its electric rates to industryand
English is
Spanish Thorpe
Seating at the Country Club is grade: the son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert mark, Erica Gruen, Eddie Hall, Jay other cities. Richmond was in Col- see if they meet the criteria for
limited. Call the Chamber of of Hayes, Lynn Holtzeaiorf, Tricia umbus, Indiana for 10 years and was attracting new Industry.
reserve tickets early to be assuredof Seniors: Thorpe Starke.w Sharon MaviM Stephanie'l.1tcmi. successful in'getting 16 industries to Richmond stressed he opposes theeconomic'
Karen Martin who is enrolled (in Robert Thorpe who Ii 'enrolleditlAlgebra
itussell EdJ locate there thit time. He and Chamber
Paul'-MooxjB during developer
_.-_ .! a seat..' .- .' .....--;.::' ., ..... .Typing/Word'"Flrocessing, Clerical I II, General Shop, Honor .ward Nail,Tom Watson}:and Jimmy provided the same service for Tucson manager being the same person.
Office Practice, Business English, Biology Spanish II, Advanced
Holiday Closings... II/III, Honors English American History and Government Wilson. Arizona for five years, '71-75, You have to get out and scout out
Bookkeeping ,
and secured high-tech industries he out.
new industry, pointed
School is out until Tuesday, Jan. 12, and Humanities to 1,500. Miss Geometry, and Honors English 10. Juniors: Shilynn Chaff, Pam there. Richmond is also the former After spending only four or five
7, for the Christmas holidays. Martin is the daughter of Mr. and Thorpe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cowart Deena Cox
Clark, Robbie industrial development director for days here, Richard said, he found
School Board administrative offices Mrs. Ralph Martin of Lawtey. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Chris Farmer, Kimberly Gowens, the state of Illinois. local people have pride in their community
will be closed all of Christmas Terese Richardson, who is enrolled Freshmen: Barbara Green, Sherri I Harrell, TIC Committee Member Mark "I think you would find a lot
week, plus New Year's Day. in Advanced American History Yvonne Bobo, who is enrolled in Melissa Miller, Phillip Moore, Ton- Mullins knew Richmond from his of support for this type program."
The Bradford County Courthousewill and Government, 2-D Art/Painting, Drawing and Painting I, French I, da Moore, Lisa Rix, Stacey Shuford, Columbus, Indiana days. Mullins Chairman Tomlinson pointed out
be closed Christmas Eve and Psychology, Introduction to Drama, Algebra I, Life Management Skills, Mitchell Starling, Tammy brought up the idea of bringing in the Development Authority has con-
Christmas Day, and New Year's Honors English 12, Humanities and Honors English 9, Fundamentals of Thomason, Ruthie Underwood, An- Richmond to the TIG, and, when tacted an engineer to draw plans to
Day. Study hall Miss Richardson is the Business Skills, and Honors na Ward, Pam Willingham. contacting Richmond found he had develop the 52-acre industrial parkin
The Starke City Hall will be clos daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Physical Science. Miss Bobo is the moved to Daytona Beach in January southeast Starke on SR-100 back
ed Christmas Day and New Year's Richardson of Melrose. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Sophomores: Robbie Boone,Jason 1984, and is currently working for of Dees Grocery. Plans are to install
Day. Juniors: Bobo of Starke. Brown, Jennifer Brown, Todd Volusia County as an industrial access roads, water and sewer lines,
Ann Starling, who is enrolled in Tonya Klein, who is enrolled in Gillenwaters, Ricky Kimutis, developer."I'm and electricity to the property pur
Upcoming... Trigonometry, Honors English 11, Honors English 9, Honors Physical Esther Martin, Deanna Miller impressed with your town," chased for$134,000 from the Maurice
Advanced World History, Spanish I, Science, Family Living, Algebra I, Stephanie O'Steen, Joey Sellers, andRichie Richmond told a gathering of city Edwards Sr.Logically .
The Starke Zoning Board will Chemistry I, Creative Photographyand Introduction to Drama, World Taylor.; and county officials, and Chamber of the next step has got to
meet Thursday, Dec. 26, at 7 p.m. Study Hall. Miss Starling, is the Geography, and Latin I. Miss Kleinis Commerce members and officials at be upgrading the industrial park,
in the Starke city hall. That daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James T. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Freshmen : Tangalia Bass, a Dec. 12 dinner meeting in the said Chairman Tomlinson. Plans for
meeting date is correct and there is Starling, and a member of the BHS Klein of Starke. Patricia Bath, Mickl Becker, Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic. that are pretty well already made.
an agenda, says Janet Turner of girl's varsity basketball team. Karen Martin, Terese Richardson, Shawna Blom, Kimberly Brewer, Starke and Bradford County have a The committee and Development
the Zoning Office. Sophomores: Tonya Klein, Jody Brown, and Michele Bronson Marci Brown, good climate, good people, and good Authority were pretty much just
The Bradford County Board of Jody Brown, who is enrolled in Robert Thorpe were also earned resources, Richmond said. waiting on Richmond's report be ore
Adjustment will meet Monday, Algebra II, geometry Honors straight-A's the first six-weeks. (see Straight-A's..p.3A) His report is not a blueprint, Rich- taking that step, said Tomlinson.
Dec. 30, at 7 p.m. in the Starke city
hall. The meeting was changed
from Tuesday, and there is one
item, a request for a special excep-
tion for a church on Flume Road, Somebody Had to Do It.
on the agenda, according to Janet .
Turner of the Zoning Office. *
The Bradford County Commis-
sion is scheduled to meet the first

a.m.Monday, which of each is Jan.month 6. at 9:30: Joyce.. Riherd Retires After 28 Years of Serving Community

The Starke City Commission, -
which meets the first and third For the past 28 years Joyce cerned and dedicated public health help people around here out in timesof that, she asked Judge Pierce?), Joyce married Bob Riherd in
Tuesdays of each month, will next Riherd, one of the most caring, connurses, has been the "somebody" to need of almost any kind. where she was a cheerleader. That November 1945, who worked in the
be in session Tuesday, Jan. 7, at "She has done a lot of things for summer Joyce got a job at Camp Farmers & Dealers Bank in Lake
7:30 p.m. people around here that nobody Blanding and was chosen Miss Butler. They have two sons, Greg
The Board of Governors of the knows anything about except the Camp Blanding. In the fall of '41 and Carl, who were with their wives,

Chamber of Commerce is set to _ people she did it for," said Carolyn Joyce entered Orange Memorial Kathey and Connie, at the banquet.
meet Monday, Jan. 9, at 12:30: p.m. : Eaves. Nursing School in Orlando, where Joyce has two grandsons Robert
in the board room of the Starke The tables were turned when 170 she met Lillian Stump, another student (See Riherd.p.3A)
Center of Santa Fe Community Col- people gathered to honor that there. She graduated in 1943

lege. 'somebody" last Thursday night,
Dec. 19, at the Starke Golf and Coun- "1nr."" .

C of C Awards... try Club. She is going to retire Dec. .....r > "," ..Iil
31 as a public health nurse and a few > .
of the
The Awards Committee '8i <
of her friends Dimples Overstreet, ""' l. .
Starke-Bradford County Chamberis ,;
., .
nominations for Gwen Moxley, and Lillian Stump, : ,,/r.
now accepting
the for her.
got party
Humanitarian and Citizen of the up '
It was a night of story-telling and <:f.
Year Awards.If remembering how it had been. A
you know of someone you feelis night thoroughly enjoyed by Joyce ",... ..... "
of either both R. rJ
deserving one or
her family, her co-workers, and
awards, write a list of reason, in a friends.

narrative form, of why you believe ra y( She received a key to the City of .
the person should be considered.Mail Starke from Mayor Charles 1 ;.,
or deliver the letter to the several plaques for her '''' --'IIIiP'' I "
Chamber office, corner of Walnut Schaefer1 service to the Health < ,.- .
and Madison Streets in Starke, by Department,and a silver footed tray .
awards will be '
Jan. 13. The from her friends.
presented at the annual banquet set ;

Jan. 25.DAY. About Joyce...

Meetings... Joyce Doke Riherd was born over
60 years ago, she admits, in .
The local chapter of the Disabled Alachua, FL., one of seven children t. -t
American Veterans meet every se fr born to Carl and Daisy Doke. f
cond Thursday of the month at the f Glenn Howard of union County : .
Pratt Street Recreation Center. says all the Doke girls are pretty, 5
There is a covered dish supper at plus, Joyce has a mind of her own. r- )
7 p.m. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m. "Joyce tells you what she thinks. '
You don't have to read her mind," as \ / /

Senior Citizens... Judge George Pierce, who was host. ,,\
for the evening, it. ,.,
Come join in the activities of Two of put sisters and their ".. .
Joyce a
your Senior Center: needlework, Congratulations, Joyce... husbands were present, Sybil and \ 'to / II.) ::
macrame, exercises, bingo, etc. County Health Nurse Joyce Riherd got a lot of hugs and kisses from John Shipp of Tallahassee and Nell "
The Center is open Monday friends and relatives as the banquet honoring her retirement at the and Neil Dukes of Lake City. Her ... J .
through Friday, 8:30: a.m. to 4 p.m., Starke Golf and Country Club last Thursday night Dec. 19. no persons at- nephew Eric Dukes who works in
and is located behind the new courthouse tended to honor the well-known health nurse who han helped others with the Environmental Health Section in Joyce Back When...
on the corner of Grand and deeds and money for the past 28 years. Starke, and wife,Thetis, were there.
Streets. Contact Peggy This Is Joyce Riherd In 1M1-43: when the attended aiming school at
Georgia from Alachua
Judge George Pierce was master of ceremonies.The party was arranged Joyce graduated
Barnett, center director, 954-4545 by Lillian Stump, Dimples Overstreet. and Gwen Moxley. High School in 1941 Are you sure of Orange Memorial Hospital Orlando.
for more information.

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I ]Development Bank Account StartedEstablishment ; .' ('iii. ,'., '." \ )', .. .g, IOO ; I

of a city bank account "We'll go as we can" said Johns. of the city.
.to begin the tedevelopment of The council approved a motion by The target area, changed,to in
downtown Starke was approved Commissioner'vernon Silcox 4-0 to clude homes on the north side of
Tuesday night Dec. .17, by city com set up the fund and to assist with.the Florida Street, is bordered on the
missioners. project. north by Florida Street on south byblock
Jerome Johns, leader of the opposition Johns, questioned* by Commis- /- of Crosby Stret, on the east t I
in the 17.17 vote made the sioner Bobby Biggs, said the same by Old Lawtey Road,and on the west
proposal to the city council. plans as before ,will be used as by /4-block of Oak Street.
Downtown Progress Committee drawn. t J I
Chairman John Miller was present Biggs ,asked, "Do you feel you Told Beatrice Jackson the only i
with Johns. have support enough to carry out remedy to have a newly established
The former opposing factions are your plans?" cemetery off Pine Street in the Reno .
now working together to do the pro-- "Yes, Sir," said Johns.In area removed is through the Circuit -,, 4
ject bit by bit as money becomes Court. The city commission has not swam, .., ..
available. Idea of a bond issue has other Tuesday, Dec. 17, action, authority to act, Mayor Charles '
been abandoned. the council: Schaefer told Mrs. Jackson. _
Donations are being sought to ;
begin the project,which. will be done'as Gave final approval for Linda Okayed purchase of an 8-channel ; .
funds become available, Johns Day to submit to the state Depart two-way radio for the number three Vh
said. ment of Community Affairs an application fire truck, the green truck which is
Johns asked and the council for a $575,000 Community the city's main unit, for $719.
agreed for the city to help with its Development Block Grant for housing The truck presently has a one-
labor force. improvements in the Reno area channel radio and can communicate
with only the city, but not with the
county fire departments or the
emergency rescue service said

Mayor Schaefer. .. .. .. .. ,.
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Rejected all bids on a new gar Santa and his elves ride in style..FWhen :
bage truck, and asked for a rebid- Yuletide season as success, the parade toured
ding due to confusion in writing of Mr S. Claus made an early appearance In downtown Hampton with an escort of flashing lights I
specifications. Hampton Saturday, Dec. 21. he came complete with and blaring sirens, so that Santa could find where all
s+r'y J helpers and candy for everyone. Helping to make the the good little boys and girls live.

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.. special or discount(tat participating Copt.O'l). A great little seafood place.

FISH FRIES Two tender fish fillets natural- .
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ground waters 'located In Section 25 Look What Less Than $200 a Month Buys Youat
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Township 07 South, Range 21 East Bradford
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA County, Florida, for water utility

PROBATE Number 85-115-CP DIVISIONFile uses.Written objections or comments on Lake Chevy-Olds Your Country Gator Auto Store
Division 1.3691 this application may be filed with the ,
Governing Board of the Suwannee River
In Re: ESTATE OF CATHERINE SEREMBA, Water Management District Route 3, --
Deceased Box 64, Live Oak, Fla. 32060, until
1/20/86. 1986 Celebrity Door
Th. administration of the Estat. of
Air Automatic Transmission Tinted Glass,
Catherine Seremba deceased File Conditioning. e, ss
Number 85-115-CP I Is pending In the Circuit NOTICE TO BID Remote Mirror, White Walls, Tilt Wheel, Stereo Radio, Stripes,
Court for Bradford County, Florida NOTICE Is hereby given that under Plus More. _
Probate Division the address of which is and by virtue of Part IV of Chapter 83, No. 2034 Med Brown Metallic
P.O. Drawer B, Stark., Florida 32091. F.S., as Self-Storage Facility Act that the
Th. names and addresses of the personal undersigned will sell for cosh to the
representative and the personal highest bidder at C K C Mini Storage
representative's attorney are set forth 1642 South Walnut Street, 301 South, $ 199 month Not A Lease !
Starke Florida, at 9:30: a.m. on the 27th
All interested persons or. required to day of December, 1985 the contents of
file with this court, WITHIN THREE MON Unit No. 17, belonging to Edd Jackson .
THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS containing Miscellaneous Household 1986 Nova 4-Door Hatchback
NOTICE: ((1)) all claims against the estate Items, by C ft C Mini Storage, 1642 S.
and ((2)) any objection by an interested Walnut St, Starke, Fla. 32091, 964-8848.
person on whom this notice was served 12/192tchg 12/26 5 Speed Transmission, Air Conditioning, Rear Window
the that challenges qualifications the validity of the of personal the will, Defrost, Sport Mirrors, Stereo Radio, Custom CL Package, P

representative, venue, or jurisdiction of AUCTION NOTICE Power Steering and More.
the court. NOTICE Is hereby given that on Mon. No. 2032 Red
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS NOT day, Dec.30. 1985 at 10:00: o'clock A.M.,
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. th. undersigned Gator Freightways,
Publication of this Notice has begunon Inc., will sell at public auction for cash at $189 month J
December 19 1985. 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville Florida Not A Lease !!
Personal Representative one lot of candy consigned to Superior
William J. Kovatch Stores, Inc., Pembroke Park Fla., to
3426 Washburn Road satisfy freight and storage charges,
Jacksonville Beach, Fla.32250 under the provisions of Section 4b( ) of
Attorney'for PersonalRepresentative Uniform Standard Bill of Lading. i
: Gator Freightways, Inc.

.W.1515 Robinson Riverside Frailer Avenue, Esquire, Suite A 01.639104 dtd 10/25/85 CarrierPro. 1986 Half-Ton Pickup Truck
Jacksonville, Fla. 32204 12/192tchg 12/26
Telephone: 904.353.5616 Automatic Transmission Radio Tinted Glass
12/192tchg 12/26 AUCTION NOTICE Gauges, Dome
NOTICE is hereby given that on Mon Light, Engine Oil Cooler, Air Conditioning, Power Steering,
day, Dec.30. 1985. at 10:00: o'clock A.M., Rally Wheels, Paint Sealant and A Lot More.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA the undersigned, Gator Freightways, No. 3061
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Inc.,will sell at public auction for cash at 1/988 .
BRADFORD COUNTYCASE 2600 Lloyd Rd., Jacksonville, Fla., one
NO. 85.294-CA tot of cabinet consigned to Cheryl
Mlckler, Okeechobee. Fla., to satisfy e Not A Loose $198
In Re: The Marriage of freight and storage charges, under the month
MICHAEL KIRKLAND ." provisions of Section 4b( ) of Uniform
Husband, Standard Bill of Lading.
and Gator Freightwoys, Inc.
ALICE GALE KIRKLAND, CarrierPro 1986 Oldsmobile Calais
Wife. 04-618024 dtd 9/30/85
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 12/192tchg 12/26

: MICHAEL KIRKLAND _ icTransmissionAirConditioningColorCoordinated]
Address Unknown. Mirrors, Tilt Wheel, White Wall Tires, Stereo; Plus More.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action NOTICE to Stockholders: Annual 4
for dissolution of marriage has been Meeting will be held January 9, 1986,
filed against you and you are required to between the hours of 5:00 and 6:00: p.m.
serve a copy of your written defenses, if COMMUNITY STATE BANK $10,450Over
any, to TERENCE M. BROWN. Attorneyfor CORPORATIONStarke.
Petitioner/Wife, P.O. Drawer '40, Florida 32091 100 Cars and Trucks in Stock !
Starke, Florida 32091 on or before 12/26 2tchg 1/2
January 9. 1986; and file the original with CM AC Celebrity $1OOO Dow .
with the Clerk of this Court before or Immediately All Payments Arc 60 Months Financing.
thereafter otherwise a THE BRADFOK0
default will be entered;against you for COUNTY TELEGRAPH Nova and P.U. $5QQ Down, With Approved Credit, Plus Tax and L.C. 9% APR
the relief demanded In the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and teal 1 of this Published .v.ry Thursdayat
Court on the 11th day of December?. 135 W. Call Street

1985 GILBERT S. BROWN Stark. Florida 32091 ORENWELLS our Country Gator Auto Store"CHEVYOLDS
Clerk of the Court
Clerk/ Second Class postage paid at
By: Deputy
!2XI94tchg19NOTICfOF Starke, FloridaSubscription 1"
Rates: j

APPLICATIONOn In-trade area: $10.00 per year

12/19/85 GILBERT CROSLEY, P.O. $5.50 six months ,
Number OM M U.t 101 e Stukt Rortoi''
Box 678 Stork., Fla. 32091, application -
for water use permit 2-85-00323 Outside area: $11 per year TIf.p/IeIII..71DC1. BtlMivUh 372-0103 e JickMrtta 394-092
far an overage dally withdrawal of $6.00 six months
0.0009 million gallon per day from

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Mrs. Louise Wards' house was listed in Winnie Rider's colume In the located on Pratt Street in Starkc and has decorated her property in the
Florida Times Union as one of the brightest places around to go see festive spirit for many years now, becoming a real tradition in Starke.
Christmas lights and you can see why from this picture. Mrs. Wards threw her house open to the public last week, with a Santa
Mrs. Ward and her helping friends!- set up over 12,000Ilghts in her yard Claus for the younger set and a look at the lights for her neighbors. Time for Santa...
Aaron TeUloue tells his wishes to Santa Claus at Mrs. Louise Wards'

ford County Health Departmentbefore much brains, asked if Joyce could dipping into her own pocket when open house party.iWJwiJ .
Riherdfrom moving to High Springs. change an $18 bill. "Why sure, Hot- necessary "There are damn few
After losing her husband, she came shot. What do you want, two 9's or times in life you'd find someone like .. ,liiff( ;tIJiIftII.IiI..lilttJiir.lOlllw'll.; ; ; ;' liD i9i._...,
back to the Bradford County Health three 6's?" she told him. that working for the state," Howard
page I Department, working as a Public Hotshot is the term Joyce appliesto said. %
and Gregory.She Health Nurse, then Nursing Super- anyone outside of Bradford or Joyce received the Humanitarian Gina'sClassic
says she's retiring to spend visor, and for the last few years as Union Counties, Dr. Reubin says. Award from the Chamber of Com- ,
more time with her grandsons,while Nursing Director. merce in 1970, and was chosen Cuts &
her friends say she wants to start woman-of-the-Year by the Business -1t Styles ,
them off properly, by teaching them Loyal Employee... and Professional Women's Club in :
how to cuss. Son, Greg, is a little Joyce was always willing and Somebody Had To... 1971. In 1972 she received a service ,
worried about that. ready to help anybody, said Dr With a wide reputation for exceeding award from the Bradford Quarter rnaU l ft g
Until they were 5 and 8, Greg and Jerry Reubin, the county heatlh her limits of authority and back Club for many hours of selling
Carl thought their names were Jesus director.He getting away with it, Joyce's stock hamburgers. She has also been for the 'Ttegt cCaygL[I } "rodI
Christ and Dammit, Greg said. recalled a student forester answer is: "Somedoby had to do it" honored by the American Cancer )
"Jesus Christ, get down from from Florida State University, who Several friends said Joyce helps Society for her work with cancer pa-
there!" Joyce would say upon fin- cut his ear off while up in a tree the poor and needy anyway she can, tients in Bradford County.
ding Carl up a tree. chopping limbs with a machete. I A' Welcomes/
Bob worked in the Farmers & Joyce was called, and found the ear rffiDI
Dealers Bank in Lake Butler for in the stump of the tree. "That isn't .f Becky'Outlaw/
awhile. He and Joyce later moved to my ear. It had a pencil behind it," :
High Springs where they had a large the student was reported to have
farming operation until Bob died in said.A. HFoiidayj
1961. New York counterfeiter, apparently I
She worked for the Union County thinking nobody in the cv Clearance Holiday Specials I
Health Department and the Brad-- Health Department would haveStraightA's. .
Perms including cut . '25.00

/ 1/2/ PRICE SALE Haircuts . . 7.00 I

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Laura Dick, Julie Ferguson, Kern ding, Michelle Robinson, Stephen I Dec. 27, 28, 30 Only .
Filyaw, Alisha Gruen, J.J. Hall, Smith, Barbara Smith, Jill I LADY BUG FLORIST I Eyebrow Waxing . . 5.00
Marvin Lane, Kimberly Lee, Strickland: Tammy Jo Tatum,
Richard Leneave, Robin Manning, Denise Waddell, Craig Williams, r 1005 S. Water St. (SR 100)) 6 x 6777
Wanda Mueller, Sandra Norman, Tina Willingham, Michelle Wood,' 964.4956 486 N.Temple A VI'. Hours' '
Kristin Pfenniger, Christina Redand Shannon Young. Suite A Mon..Sot. 8.5Starke .
a ,Florida Gina Brawn Fmn Evenings by
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I I in Starke Was Scary (Not Merry. )) in 1878How I

would it feel to spend your first Christmasin their pistols and-scaring people" half to deabi,ju i .

Starke in the year 1878 like those Wild West movies. ,

Not very good, said the late Ida Witkovski Mat-, Mrs. Matthews' father, Louis Witkovski, came His
Poland while still a teenager.
U.S.from -
thews in an interview published In the 75th Anniversary to the for but he
in 1959. parents gave him money passage
Issue of The Telegraph "
refused to take any other funds.Soon after landingin ::,/ ,
"I'll never forget that cold Christmas Day when New York he learned three words of English- 1'. ,
we first arrived in Starke, Mrs. Matthews said. "Want to buy",and managed to get a few shoestr'ings
"The town wasn't much in those daysonly a to sell. He was in business! Later he worked
dozen or so houses clustered around the railroad his and started a store in Georgia
track. My mother often said that she cried for a Ga., were Mrs. Matthews was born to a
year after moving here." The town had a reputa- "cracker" mother.
tion for being a mini-Wild West in those days.
A disastrous fire hit the business district of .
Milledgeville, burning an entire block, including.
"We children didn't actually cry, but we were Witkovskl's store. Ill at the time, he sat in a A. : nc- >

scared half to death," she recalls. '"Starke was bedroom window at his home and watched his A n ... '."""
still a .frontier-type town, and every and night we'd hide my store destroyed. After that he "went back on the : '" U U II U IJ }J Ul U U U 1 n tr v U1 *>. j'T'; .- r I
the shades that he heard
mother would pull down road" and it was during his travels .
under the bed at the slightest noise. there was "a good opening" for a business in
of rowdies who would ride Starke. Coming here in 1877, he waited a year to "I;. them to save their orange seedsand_ later sell.them to Dr. J.L.
"There a
was gang memorable. Christmas or-
night, firing established before sending for his family. That first Christmas was Fancy local physician who resold them to customers in
their horses into town most every get naments were unknown in those days, and Mrs. Matthews recalls Gaskms, an earlY in the
that the short-leaf pine they used, instead of the firs and cedars of that era when everyone was planting an orange grove expec-
and strings of tation of getting rich.
was decorated with homemade paper chains
,white popcorn. The first "store-bought" ornaments she ever saw Money was scarce in those days and if a child got a toy or two,an
J .', EDITORIAL&OPINION were brought to town by one of the wealthy northern families that apple, an orange, and a few all-day suckers In his or her stocking,
I came here in the 1880s to invest in citrus groves. "I thought they they were considered fortunate.

: ,',"r ,. ; ,were the most beautiful things I'd ever seen," she said. "Sometimes I wonder how our children ever lived to grow up,"

.,'.if. .I 0* :There was no Christmas lighting or street decorations like those Mrs. Matthews told the interviewer. "In those days we didn't think
,,<;,1> ..:today+ because it wasn't until 1900 that Starke began getting con- of giving them bananas or other fruit and vegetables as mothers do
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It Couldn't Have Happened crete walks to replace the wooden walks that always needed pat- now.We fed them mostly on malted milk. My children were pretty
1 ching. There were no electric lights, so candles flickered on the good size before they were even given oatmeal, grits or soft-boiled
Christmas trees, at the risk of burning down the entire house. eggs. There was no dairy in town until my oldest girl was about
I I To a Nicer Person't. Matthews remembered the great excitement when one of grown. We used to get milk from a neighbor's cow until we boughtour
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affluent neighbors installed the first bathtub in town. own. When the dairy finally did come, was ten cents a
their more five cents. Eggs were ten cents a dozen,
and buttermilk
the tub quart,
and in
treat to over play
thought was a great go
"My girls
frying chickens were a quarter, and nice, fat hens were 35 cents
i The "standing room only" crowd of On one occasion she braved the wildsof With their friends, she said. each. A string of fresh mullet cost a quarter."
Lake to run round boxes in those days and sold locally
in little
the Sampson swamp Matches came
the dirt streets board
friends and relatives who packed Mrs. Matthews recalled there were only ,
Starke and opened a store
be But when her father came to
in distress As might for dime.
down patient a married. The
for a walks, and no street lights even after she was women
: Club night not liking
Thursday merchants
the earlier ,
Country nickle. One of
he cut the price to a
roads and would brush
of dirt and braid
health expected, in the maze telling him to all wore bustle-back long dresses, sew
his door one night
I retirement dinner honoring competition, tacked a sign on
timber trails that traverse that area, the He refused to leave and around the hem to keep the mud from soiling their skirts. "I used to
all the suffer the
of town consequences.
nurse Joyce Riherd was get out or with hand and hold my skirt with the
traveled almost roll the baby carriage one up
his store
who has where was
show that the loving even Joyce, Ms competitor then bought the property o' mutton sleeves
i testimony needed to block. other, she said. "The dresses all had leg ,so we
foot of Bradford County- located and he had to move into the next
care she showered on this community every square had to wear capes instead of coats because the coats. wouldn't fit
I and surrounding area for 28 years got lost. (If you asked her, she'd probably When the little match boxes were empty the children would use over those big sleeves."
say she was just scouting
I was not a one-sided affair. around). Anyway, her trip was brought

The evening was heart-warming, fun- to an abrupt end when looming immediately Christmas Looks Bleak for This FamilyLETTER -
I' filled, and at times a little lumpy-m-the- ahead in the underbrush wasa
throat. It was as good a boost for the
fire under it
Christmas spirit as Tiny Tim's cheerful large tank with a roaring TO THE EDITOR Then, too, I'm not sure what Christmas my feet, I will do what I can also to help.
and a copper spiral dangling That's what Christmas is and should be all
j toast, "God bless us, one and all! dinner will be, as of right now.
1 When a tired and frustrated Joyce got If the Spirit of Christmas is still alive, year.
Joyce was not only a nurse, she was home that night she told her sym- Mr. Editor: and it can be shown to our daughters, I Sincerely,Howard RhmeI
i I kind of a "mother superior" for the pathetic husband about her experience.The am writing this letter in hopes that the would be very thankful, and once I'm on 210 N.Water St.,StarkeChris's

health department, and her standard next day, an excited person came true meaning of Christmas is still alive.I .

answer on the telephone"Joyce into the Lake Butler bank where Bob am in need of help and am n ngsoutofof Mother Grateful I for I '
Riherd... may I help you?" brought a worked and warned him, "Your wife who or where to turn. After bat

reassuring glow to whoever happened to almost got shot yesterday I She drove ;work employment.for five years Looking,I came forward here to and a better found I am the mother of Christopher Campbell, the five-year-old who suf \

be on the other end of the line. right up to our still!1" future, we were happy in Starke. fers from the rare skin disease known.as epidermolysis bullosa (E B.

That is not to say Joyce was a goody- Some time later Joyce, never able to Then tragedy called from our old home. for short).

goody do-gooder. She performed her keep a good story, gleefully told Sheriff My mother-in-law, who is a widow, had a Thanks to publicity given in The Telegraph and the Lake Region :
duties in her own way, and spoke her Pete Reddish about the experience. fire strike her home. My wife was needed Monitor,and through the personal efforts of several concerned,caring
i there due to her mom being admitted to individuals, at last we have hope that response from the public in
mind freely and frequently, even if, on Knowing Joyce and her exploits, the the Intensive Care Unit at the local general will be ongoing.Chris .
I occasion it required a "cuss word" or sheriff took it in stride and said So for her having to go up, I had
i two. After all, a county health nurse'slife "Joyce... you tend to your nursing andI'll to delay paying the rent for two weeks. is in such desperate need of treatment and we are the grateful CHRIS to
: those who are now responding! by contributing funds
bed and This put me behind also in my utilities.
is of roses patience
tend to the home and CAMPBELL FUND at Florida Federal S&L Association in Starke.
wears a bit thin at the end of a long, Then, once her mother was ar-
I j rangements for care were set I had to Our heartfelt thanks go to the people who donated funds for a new
I hard day. But she gave her hand, her send money for my wife to come back wood-burning stove so sorely needed for warmth; and to Trinity Baptist -
\t' heart,and sometimes,even dug into her What more can we say bout Joyce? ; home, Church for supplying the firewood; and to the people at Hope Bap)1hia

| j own pocket to pay for a bottle of cough Onlythis: /-j._ "'" .I:' bas put me in quite a financial bind tist Church who provided the therapeutic toy which' ftot'only gives''

i syrup if circumstances required it. Had there been time Thursday night, k',t U>begin with.On top of all that,the airlines Chris. much'joy., but"helps'him""to* useyhis* legs'and/ exercise1, $*'I., 'his'..body- l. "' :
.j' To say that Joyce will be missed from we might have proposed this toast: "lost my wife's suitcases with 90 percent of Mrs. Larry (Pauline) whoof resides on Crystal melee 'Hood i ,
and shoes. What this means
is her clothes serves as TemporaryAiken Chairman the Chris Campbell
I ,, the county health scene an Here's to indomitable Joyce, that this will be a very dismal Christmas fort. It is to her and certain friends and neighbors that I give special
understatement. Her style her verve In spunk she's like one of the boys, for our two daughters and ourselves: credit for launching this campaign on our behalf
I and vitality, and her sense of humor There will be no gifts of any kind for .
And we're glad to sayShe's 318 W. Lafayette St.
f make her irreplaceable. There's not anyone. Sincerely, :
Starke 32091,Ph. 964-4536
t another Joyce Riherd, and never will not going away, Our main concern is the daughters, Brenda Campbell ,
lost So we all have cause to rejoice still kids, 13 and 15.
be. As they saythe pattern was naturally. They are
I after she came along. It's also nice to know that when and if

we have cause to call her on the

1! Of the Thursday many stories night recounted one particularly by admirers telephone, she'll, from probably force answer of :longtimehabit County Agent's Notebook .1.1The

illustrates the daring-do with which
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|!: Joyce approached her job. "Joyce Riherdmay I help you? Christmas tree, one of our most enduring History of ChristmasTree l ulllo.lI5-mJllIon seedhnes are planted insure
symbols of the holiday season, a continuing supply. If you chooseesixfoot .
traces its roots to antiquity. The traditionof Traditionit's tree, you can figure it was plante( :
Ii Volunteer Service Makes the World Go Around using green plants to celebrate holidays lour to eight years ago. An eight-foote
came long before the Christian era. The hard to believe that what is now such a would be five to 10 years old.
S I story of the Christmas tree is an interesting large business actually began with two ox- Buying and decorating a Christmas tre<
Volunteer. it's wonderful word. and lack job skills- helping them locate account of historical continuity, sled loads of firs, sold in New York City in is one of the highlights of the holida;
i a training programs and build confidenceso linking the present with the past. the 1850's. From that small beginning, season. When you participate in the''estiv

P! Especially at this time of year. But they can enter the workforce and end Obviously, the Christmas tree gets its Christmas tree sales have grown into a occasion, you're taking part in tine (
\ will our enthusiastic support for their dependency on welfare.On name from a Christian celebration. large,modern enterprise. A recent survey tradition that stretches across am
volunteer services last through all However, trees and boughs were widely showed that one-third of all American many cultural barriers. The Christma
\! the local front we see volunteers used for religious ceremonials centuries families enjoy natural trees each year. tree remains an enduring symbol DC( life, J
I twelve months of 86? devoting many, many hours to the before the emergence of Christianity. In Over 30-milhon trees are harvested each symbol that began with the use of greener)

I To capture the holiday spirit, many Guardian ad Litem program, working ancient Egypt, people: celebrated the Christmas season. And, every spring, in ancient celebrations.
of the winter season by bringing
newspapers, radio, and TV programs with the families of underprivileged and beginning date palms into their homes. The

I focus on the work of community mistreated children... even serving as green plants symbolized "life triumphant over Forestry in Bradford
volunteers, and rightly so. Their ser- the defenseless child's representative in death," a theme that carries over into our County
f I vices exemplify the sharing and caring court. We see volunteers contributingfood present tradition. Romans used evergreen By David W. Norton Bradford Co. Forester I
of the season. churchesfor boughs to celebrate their feast of Saturn,
and clothing to the local which also occurred at the winter solstice, Choose and Cut Your Own Christmas Tree
But as we celebrate the great con- distribution- volunteersamong to mark the return of the sun. Part of the
tributions that volunteers make during those who would not otherwise associatethe ceremony was the raising of an evergreen Each year seems to bring higher demand business. He encourages the beginner to
the holiday season, let us also resolve to word Merry with Christmas.We bough. This feast was marked by eating, for the few fresh, quality, home- start small, with an acre of land and 1.200
drinking, merrymaking, expressions of grown Christmas trees in Florida.Of these trees, and learn the ropes before expanding
f keep that spirit alive all year. see volunteers pitching in to makean good will, exchanging of gifts, and home-grown trees, most people prefer a to a larger area. Much hard, sweaty,
easier life and perhaps even bring a decorating houses with candles and day in the woods at the farms that have hand work is required to produce a tree
I Volunteers ARE America They've cure for Chris Campbell Starke's own greenery.All of these traditions have car- 'choose-and-cut' trees.'ChooseandCut' that will appeal to the Christmas tree purchaser -
always been the mainstay of our victim of that painful, disfiguring skin ried over into our own Christmas celebra- Christmas tree farms and hold its appeal through the holiday

I democracy. Volunteers fought to create condition called E.B., first made knownin tion.After give thousands of Florida families the op lions season.and Mowings, sprayings, fertilisa
periodic are necessaryto
became the accepted this
Christianity portunity holiday season to select their
our nation and establish our in- "Crisco Kid" of !
this area by the grow a good quality tree.
religion of Rome;church leaders replacedthe own trees from living specimens. Small,
I dependence from oppression and "taxa- Gainesville, who lived a short life, feast of Saturn with Christmas, and local operations have been developed by Tree nurseries of the Florida Division of
tion without representation". Volunteer coated in lard and wrapped in gauze. marked December 25 as the day this holi- growers near many cities and towns in the Forestry, are producing several kinds of
workers won for women the right to Hopefully through volunteer efforts day would be celebrated. northern half of the state. seedlings for Christmas tree farmers.

I vote, and a volunteer drive enabled us and donations to the Chris ,Campbell Ways of displaying evergreen trees inside Freshness is assured when the customer They sand include all red cedar Virginia pile( and :
& the home have changed quite a bit personally chooses the trees and sees it cut pine; are well adapted to growing
Fund at Florida Federal Savings
to polio all time. The on the sand hills in Florida. Some trees
conquer for spirit since Roman times. Evergreen trees no from the roots, unlike imported trees
I and vision that built the American Westis Loan, Chris will have a longer, happierlife longer are displayed in the home as they which have to be cut weeks in advance of may be' large enough to harvest;, three
the same force that inspired today's than that.ACTION appear naturally. As we all know, today's Christmas for shipping to Florida years after planting but most will take four
volunteers and volunteer trees are lavishly decorated. It has been markets. years. ,
I has faith that suggested that the idea of decorating trees Some points to remember when choosing
every The locally trees still less
organizations- as MAD (Mothers grown are
began with the very early forest and cutting tree is the size you !
actually your own
facing communities than one percent of the market, but
our can they
Against Drunk Driving),' and many dwellers. Gifts of food were often hung on and need, fullness of the foliage and the shapeof
other worthwhile groups. Citizen par- be met if we fully'develop all available tree branches as offerings or sacrifices.The are headed an expanding for much portion additional apparentlyare growth in the crown, and the strength of the bran-

ticipation is the traditional foundationof volunteer resources in our midst. No oldest reference to a decorated tree the next few years. The total Florida ches to hold ornaments and Jignt-

our Government-, By, and For the doubt about it! Volunteers CAN do the in a home dates back to 1605 in Germany. market may be in excess of three million Remember- Christmas tree's fullness.
people. job, but local efforts cannot thrive, or Decorations included fruit, ribbons, nuts trees retailing for more than $40 million. comes from the base of the tree upward.Don't

even survive, without the solid supportof and colored papers. These early It trees Isthought Statistics do not exist as to the number of put be a like 10' a tree foolish in an forester 8"room.who.'Happy wantsto ;
the private sector and from every in- were small tabletop specimens. Christmas tree farms in Florida, but there Holidays!
Through the efforts of ACTION the Christmas
that floor-to-ceiling is a Florida Christmas Tree
dividual in the who Association
community cares.
in the United States.
National Volunteer Agency in trees first appeared which is rapidly growing. Roger Webb,
Washington, D.C.. every day we see the The candles of the early years gave way to Assistant Professor and Extension forest
The decorated tree
great accomplishments and still On the threshhciu u. me new year, let electric tradition'lights gained in 1879.steadily in :popularity.And pathologist at the University of Florida, is P.S. To Letter.Above:
greater potential of volunteers in every us resolve to support or even join the the early 1930's most American secretary of the organization.:
volunteers in their efforts. Let by He said that demand for local The Christmas Spirit is alive and wet :is:
field of public service. We see what can every homes were brightened by festive trees trees is and still
be accomplished when communities citizen and business leader, every civic during the holiday season. greater than the supply, and he also offers The family living in whose Starke letter Florida.is published! ,.
information and
create opportunities for older citizens to club and youth group member, every We've all seen Christmas tree lots packed seeking to get into guidance the Christmas to landowners above, has already-{ by the timei; this !, !
share the experiences of a lifetime student, teacher, homemaker, retiree _with different types of evergreens. And, readbeen Christmas the makings of a

through the Retired Senior Volunteers, and every responsible, civic-minded traditional dinner. ..
the Foster and the Senior citizen seek to discover what we can do Like Bob Cratchett, they will have avery
Grandparent J u
Companion Programs. We see our to make 1986 the year of the local _? Ill fSn. II/I/ I I Happy Merry New Year.Christmas and we hop

VISTA volunteers assisting young volunteerthe year in which our holiday ( i

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Christmas FormalThe Mr. and, Mrs. Thom Lloyd of
..' .. .)Beth Moore and Donald Robin Akers and daughter, Rena
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.'Grover'Howard
Little Women's Club held its an- ,; s L Sys. II".J.. ; Vernon received their and Theresa Guthrie of Los Angeles
nual Christmas formal on Friday t .t.--/ tr ",., diplomas during the fall term com- Cal arrive Friday for two weeks of Orange Park, Mr: and
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night The, Dec. 20 at the club house. .j 1 .; --11... ,.(.' J ,:". .'""'..1'1',., '.. mencement held Saturday, Dec. 21, visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.C.and Mrs. Brant Mrs.Turner Alice Barron of Washington of Green,
30 members and the J. D, Warren.
their dates from University of North Matthew and David
had as guests approximately 60 t Florida. Warren of Brandon are joining the Cove Springs will be Tuesday and
couples Who enjoyed dancing to the .'. family for the weekend. Wednesday' guests of their mother
., turntable of T.J.Carver. : Mrs, Janet Turner.

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centered with a decorative
Christmas arrangement flanked by
candlelight where party finger foods
and punch were served.
The tables surrounding the dance
floor were decorated like packagesand frJ
centered with big red and green
bows and accented with Votive _
candles. Hanging above the dance -
floor were golden stars and tinsel. j After
The D.J.'s turntable had as a -. IIf :
backdrop an angel reaching for <
snowflakes. Several other angels -
were used at vantage points Christmas Spectacu
throughout the club. .
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'" Christmas tree and Thursday
mantel which served as backdrop Joyce on the Receiving End, For Once... ,

for the photographs that were taken. Jo>r<> Itihfi-il KO| a lai'Kt'( Kilcr I'mitotliv is;i girl( from all|| her friends
.,. during the evening. ill :i Imminent honoring Ilio ri'liriiif' fointly lioiillli nurse lust Tliiirsilii.'v; FAMOUS LABEL DRESSES
; Among the chaperones for the oc- night( Dei' 17!), :il the Slarke (ioll'and (Country flub
casion were club sponsors Mrs. Deb- "This is IriMii' 1,1101'ilK," l.itliOll'11111I11; as I presented the illlt ..lo.vve.Tin .
bie Flynn and Mrs. Evelyn Chastain ('4.' diniiifi roomis I'illeil to, capacity with Iriendsof Mrs. Kilierd. SAVE' 30 % 50 %
1 accompanied by their husbands and Judge( lieorge Pierce IU'h'IIIK master. til rereinniiies. ,
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parents of the club president Homemaker's Club County Courthouse
Holds LuncheonThe Christmas Party'The $2500 reg. '36 to '50 $3750reg.. {50 to 75

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: Kochs Drug Store Bradford County Tax Collectors office was the $50 '
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Dinner Party Homemaker's Club met Dec. 12 at setting this year for the annual court I prints. 1
the home of Mrs. Edna Wainwrightat house Christmas party. Each year array of
Western Steer Steak House was Kingsley Lake for its annual the party is held in a different office. fashion colors.
the setting for the annual Christmas Christmas luncheon. Each employee brought a party n
party for the staff of Koch's Drug Members were greeted at the door snack to be enjoyed by the
Store on Friday night, Dec.13. and presented with small pin-on employees throughout the day.
:. The dining tables were covered wreaths made by the hostess.
.. with lace cloth and were centered The home was beautifully "
with Christmas decorations with the decorated for the occasion with *+*+*+*+*+*+*+*+.
colors of mauve and burgundy many of the decorations hand
predominating along with poinset- crafted by the hostess.
Uas.The Following a brief business
19 attending included the meeting members enjoyed a
staff, husbands, wives and escorts. covered dish luncheon. Tables were
During the party hours gifts were set up in the dining area and on the
exchanged and pictures taken. front porch overlooking the lake.
After lunch gifts were exchanged.

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Diann Douglas, Mrs. Ethel Smith of
'; Mr. and Mrs. Don Effrain of W. Lawtey and the hostess' sisters Mrs.
Palm Beach are visiting her grandmother Bea Hildreth of Kingsley Lake and
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. dur- Mrs. Evelyn Tucker of Ocala
ing the holidays.

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awarded. Women of St.Marks' :.:.. party The rooms refreshment for the occasion.table was City Employees

J. D. Yeager Hosts The refreshment table was Honor Fr.G.T.Crosby.The covered with a white linen cloth and Christmas DinnerThe AriNOONCINi G
covered with a lace cloth over pink centered with a holiday decoration.
Sun.School Breakfast linen and centered with an arrange Vestry and the Women of Among the 25 attending between City of Starke staff includingnew
school class of ment of pink flowers. Cake and St.Mark's honored Fr. Gilbert T. the hours of 7 and 8:30 p.m. were and old employees, retirees and
Wesleyan Sunday served., Crosby and Mrs. Crosby on his ordination Mrs. Vergie Barksdale, Mrs.James board members held a dinner-dance MC'IiKh8 Denisellamillon
the First United Methodist Church punch were enjoyed the occa- ; to the priesthood'With a O'Brian and Mrs. Alma Sparks. at the Starke Golf and Country Club Kevin and Gwen Hamilton announce -
were treated at a sumptuous' Twenty guests. reception in the Parish House on The hostesses presented the Friday night. the birth of a daughter,
breakfast Sunday morning' at 9:30: sion.The hostesses presented the i Sunday, Dec. 22 following the morn- honoree with a baby stroller as a The club house was festive for the Melissa Denise, born Nov. 27 in
at the Western Steer Steak '
a.m. ing service. f occasion in the holiday theme. Gainesville.
baby car seat as a memento of the occasionCommunity
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House hosted by their teacher, J. D. honoree of the occasion. The Parish presented Fr.Crosby a Charles Schaefer,Mayor Commissioner Maternal grandparents are
Yeager, which has become a annual memento ceramic communion service as a served as emcee and In- Deloris and Bill Dowling of Vero
affair. remembrance of his ordination. State Bank troduced the commissioners to the Beach. Paternal grandparents are
Members were greeted by their The refreshment table was Christmas employees. Lynn and Jeanette Hamilton of
host and Harry Hatcher, manager covered with a white Christmas Party Dinner was served from 7 to 9 p.m. Starke.
1 and staff and pots of hot coffee upon Stern Piano Pupils motif cloth and a crystal punch bowl Community State Bank held a and dancing was enjoyed the rest of
arriving on the 32 degree morning.The Present RecitalThe service was at one end along with Christmas dinner-dance Saturday the evening.

sisting bountiful of sausages hot ,breakfast bacon hash con piano pupils of Louise Marie assorted decorated finger with red foods.crosses A white was cake cut night Club.,Dec.21 in the Starke Woman's Did You Know...........

browns, scrambled eggs, biscuits, Stern were presented in a Holiday first by Fr. Crosby. The club house was gayly The Chombers. Celebrate45th
jelly and of course grits with melting recital on Thursday, Dec. 12 in A traditional Christmas: / tree stoodon decorated in the holiday theme. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Workman and
butter made this writers tail wag Fellowship Hall of the First United one side of the room. Mrs Ann There was a social hour from Mr and Mrs. Kussell Olson and Sons
Mr. Yeager gave each member a Methodist Church. Crosby of Gainesville, mother of Fr. 6:30-8: dinner at 8 and dancing at 9. and Mrs. C. C. Chambers of Miami are guests this week of the
, pint jar of peach preserves that he Those participating were: Julie Crosby was a guest at the affair. until midnight. celebrated their 45th Wedding An- Workman's daughter and
had made from fruit off his farm and Poncier, Lisa Gillenwaters, Justin The 80 attending included the bank niversary Sunday, Dec. 22 with familyMr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones.
the members gave Mr. Yeager an Jones, Jimmy Parado Sean Jones, staff, husbands and wives, officers, family and friends. Everyone en-
engraved brass book marker in appreciation Jane Stanwix-Hay, Karen Rose, joyed this
Mrs. Lee Sparks directors, husbands and wives. special occasion.
for his loyality to the Misty Fili, Viva Riley, Beau Ely, I
I class all these years. Suzanne Sapp Selena Norman, Cindy Shower HonoreeMrs. .
Enjoying the affair were Minnie Parado and Barbara Smith.
f Coss, Millie Haynes, Bill Sinclair, Cindy Parado and Barbara Smith Lee Sparks was honored at a
I Flo Slade, Gladys Green, Harriet received composer statuettes for stork shower Thursday night;Dec.5
Richarde, Jewell Roberts, Lillie theory achievements. given by Mrs. Margaret Lewis,Mrs.
Bridges, Jane Trawick and yours Following the recital the pupils exchanged Barbara Strube, Mrs. Ann Thornton
truly, Gladys Mooty. gifts and everyone enjoyed and Mrs.Kenneth Chitty at the homeof
And as an added treat everyone delicious refreshments of punch and the latter in Conerly Estates.
who attended church that morning assorted finger foods. Christmas decorations were usedto
,I highlight points of interest in the
were given a blue, pink and yellow 1l
baby rattle to hang on their I I 1
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Wednesday bridge club and f h
guests Dec. 18 with a lovely l
Christmas luncheon in the private (111(1MW tt
dining room of the Chicken Factory. x
The room was beautifully ,,,' .
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rangements. The group sang carols.
Lucile Green Christmas
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the value of friendship and thank
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gracious reception to this area.
Jo Ella Hardy gave a toast to
lasting friendships and Cecelia said ,
"May your holidays be filled with
joy and the coming year be
overflowing life" with all the good thingsin i

Margie Thomson won high score
for bridge. Clara Mae Hoppe of
Tampa was winner of bingo and was GMMAS,
given special gift. e ..5if
Those present were: Jeannette
Kincaid Flo Slade, Bill Sinclair,
Louise Sanderson, Jo Ella Harty The true spirit We're all aglow with hopes of holiday'enjoyment

Evelyn.Griffin Guests, Judy were Swindull Clara Mae andCecelia. ': -: ''j& I of Christmas to. '. "" '.' for all our friends'J'MI' id.neigh! ,il''' '. ,. \
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daughter, Anne Nelson of Keystone
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Jason Polk was honored at a our thanks for your patronage. .
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The Rev. Gilbert T. Crosby was or President Mrs. Herbert Thomas ft S
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Priests by (he IU. Rev. Frank S. : : poem by Sarah Lucia ChesebroughJones I Gncr'sClassic ,/ '- '
Ccrveny Bishop of the Episcopal -. at the Women of St.Mark'* .,
Diocese\ of Florida on Sunday, Dec. N meeting Wednesday, Dec. 18 in the ,,.:. Cuts & Styles
15' at Sl. John's Cathedral l in Parish house. il j-
Jacksonville E DIR Mrs. Flossie Prescott gave the .
Father Crosby was presented to worship program on the Christmas
the Bishop by his wife Jacquelyn season, one of three high feasts anda ()JAiJrfyfu: (; "
and by the Rev Hugh Edsall ofa time for glory and communion. 2nd Lt.M.D.RIeske for the *
Gainesville.The The church colors are white for Joy : 7t(( WeCDaIl.Ad{
service was a festive occasion Pretty and colurful-pt'rft.c( for and purity. Graduates Basic Bourse -
attended by numerous members of Mrs. Ed Watts reported that she Second Kieske
a holiday buffet Lt. Michael D. son
St.Mark's, Starke and several hun- had delivered another box of toys for of Terrence E. Kieske of Starke and /
dred others from around the diocese. the Christmas party of the Episcopal Alice M. Rieske of Kettering, Ohio, AI
The procession included lay and RASPBERRY CROWN Child Day Care Center in Jackson- has graduated from the Aviation Of- Becky Out/ow.tftb/
clerical officials of the diocese. ville. ficer Basic Course at the U.S.Army 'j ,
Among the many clergy in atten- 1 can (8 oz.) Dole New officers were elected for 1986 .Aviation Center, Fort Rueker, Ala.
dance was the Rev. Fred Yerkes as follows: Mrs. AI Kay Carlisle He is a lytto graduate of Fairmont
who has served a number of chur Crushed Pineapplein president; Mrs. Minou Wainwright West High School Kettering.
ches in,North Florida during his fifty Juice vicepresidentMrs.. James Holiday SpecialsPerms
years of ministry Including I cup frozen raspberries Blackshear, secretary; Mrs. Ed

St Mark's. thawed Watts treasurer; Mrs. Flossie Did You Know........... including cut . 25.00
The Rev Prescott, worship chairman; Mrs.
Very Gustave Weltsek. 2 packages (3 oz. each) "
Dean of St. John's Cathedral was the raspberry gelatin Herbert Thomas, publicity; Mrs. Miss Sue Morris of Red Bird Mis- Haircuts . . . '
preacher and delivered a message of 2 boiling water Gilbert Brown, program sion, Beverly. is
cups Ky. a holiday guestof
inspiration Instruction not only 1/2 cup dairy sour cream Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark. Frostings . . . ... 7.00f!
for the ordinands but for the Churchat
large. Parsley garnish Little Miss PageantIn Mrs.Marcia Welch and children of d ,;Shampoo & Sets M . . *

new Father priests Crosby concelebrated and the other four the Drain pineapple, reserving Palatka Jan. 4 Savannah Christmas, Ga.holiday are spending with her the ? '\ Eyebrow Waxing . . ; *5.00 'o.v..j.jS

Eucharist with the Bishop. juice. Drain raspberries reserving The Little Miss America Beauty parentsDr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes,
Father Crosby continues his juice. Combine juices Pageant will be coming to Palatka Jr.
ministry in Starke as Priest-in- with cold water to make 1 cup Jan. 4 to be held at the Holiday Inn 5 486 N. Temple Ave. Hour:
Charge of St. Mark's Episcopal liquid. Dissolve gelatin in 2 starting at 11 a.m. SuiteA Mon.-Sol. 8-S
church. cups boiling water. Stir juice There will be a Queen and four Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch and fami- V. Starke,Florida Glni Brows Frutt E.eninlb!
mixture. Pour 1 gelatin Princesses in six different age divi- ly visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3k (Across street from BHS) Salon Miiugcr AppointmentMay '
cup Lewis Welch in Madison over the
Bible ConferenceAt mixture into 4-cup mold. Fold sions.The Queens will receive a crown weekend. IIf'JlUIw""w..Jl' > "! !!!'dl1U!tls'AIIR'<<> 'Alls'gfDs'lsl' 'AtMlllllfdf t1h1tit
First in raspberries; chill. Chill remaining trophy banner and$5.00 off of their
gelatin until slightly entry fee to the State Pageant to be Enlisting in the US Air Force is
January 5.8 is the date of the Annual thickened. Fold in pineappleand held July 1986. Darla S. Roberts, daughter of Mr.
Bible Conference at the First sour cream. Pour over The Princesses will receive a and Mrs. Donald W. and Dorothy F.
Baptist Church of Starke. chilled raspberry mixture. trophy, a L.M.A. certificate and $50 Roberts of Rt. 3, Starke. Roberts
Each year at this time a conference Chill until set. Unmold onto off of their entry fee to the State entered the Air Force's Delayed ,S! I (}e
is held for an in-depth studyof serving plate. Garnish with Pageant.All Enlistment Program (DEP) which
book of the Bible. This the must be in by Dec.28 or
a year parsley to serve. Makes 6 serv- entries permitted her to depart on a selected
study will be the book of Hebrews. ings. arrangements made for door en- date within the next 12 months. She
Pastor Ben Bryant will teach tries. selected Jan. 5, 1986 as her entry for
I adults in the sanctuary of the All entries in by Dec. 21st will active duty.
church. Separate conferences will receive a special L.M.A. plaque as

be held for all age groups: youth, Did You Know........... extra gift.
1 children, preschoolers and a nursery Call Mrs. Thornton 473-2768 for
will be provided for babies and tod more information and application.Did .
dlers. Terry Lee Albryt, a 1985 graduateof
Bradford School is
High getting
The introduction to the study will ready to start his college career at You Know..,........
be on Sunday and Wednesday evening
the University of Florida where he
at 730830.: : Monday and Tues- will perform as a placekicker on the Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson and
day the conference will! be 7 -8:30: Gator football team. Terry will be daughters of Chattanooga,Tenn.are
p.m.Everyone taking physical fitness,family living) spending the Christmas and New
: is cordially invited to and horticulture during his first Year holidays with his mother, Mrs. T T
enjoy this intensive Bible study. term at UF. Margaret Jackson and family. 7 4h .

Heather' Sellers
Toddler Queen

Heather Christine Sellers, two e VU6'1
year old daughter of Dale and Kim ,
Sellers of Lawtey, was crowned
Holiday Toddler Queen in a Holiday (hrti
Pageant, Inc. Christmas pageantheld old-fashioned joys that mean so

Dec. 8 in High Springs.She LlNf May the happinessof much at Christmas fill the holidays of
received a crown, trophy,banner
and her beauty fees paid to the :Lt5S I this season remain our devoted friends.

Gainesville.1986 State Finals July 4-6 held in a within every heart I

Heather was also first runnerupin and home of all our

the 2-3 year old beauty division in i. I f1 : ... ". .' .rot. .. .9'.,\.' M. .
the Starlight Christmas pageant .. I I friends., **. .? ...1:1 *I! y ,1 ,
held Dec. 13 in the Gainesville Mali: I yr _' f t vt "* 5.
She received a trophy and her fees t. .5 \ ,
paid to the 1986 Regional finals April REALTORS
18-20 held in Gainesville. Heather .. BOWEN ERA TIFFIN AND OWENS,
also received a trophy and bannerfor : PEST
best photogenic in the Starlight 221 W. Lafayette Starke
pageant. S- CONTROL
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family of Passagaula, Miss are .
visiting his mother, Mrs. H. M. filJuJ 4;
Kicharde this week.Abundant.
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These Hampton Elementary students made straight A's on their report Alicia Baker Jacquelin Crews, Paul Phillips, John McMillian, Denyse
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Center, Dr. Bernard McFadden, coordinator says. ;jump suits ,
Under the DEP, ambitious students may begin their college careers while Bradford Tornadoes .w ,
still attending high school,earning their Associate of Arts degree much sooner Bradford Middle School # : ;iciI
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I i Lady Tornadoes Take Wins From Baker and Cedar K.ev... :.


i By Don Sapp
BCT Staff Writer dropped In 14 points for the evening, looking forward to," said Slater. "It Tornadoes could get 8 to 11 points up,
r JL ii The BHS Lady Tornadoes took a after coming back from an injury.In was a good trip for us. but couldn't put the game away. It
pair of back-to-back wins in basket- the rebound departmeQt, The win brings the Lady Tor- stayed that way until late in the
Felicia Davit led with 15 for the nadoes to 4-3 for the
ball Thursday and Friday, Dec. season, with the fourth quarter, he said.
night, followed by Beverly Mosely lay-off for the Christmas holidays "Scrappy little they kept
19-20, dropping visiting
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with 11.BHS
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'o >iri coming up.Shooting. coming after us, said .
n IMM { to 'f2--! .rla:ndV 44-33 and traveling to Cedar Key fora
54-35 win there. 37-percent from the floor 24 for 52 from the floor Jenkins and Starling,both starters
This brings the Lady Tornadoes to and 33-percent from the freethrowline for 46-percent, the Lady Tornadoeswent for BHS got into foul trouble in the
for their 44 .
over their fourth with about six
percentage goal. quarter :
a 4-3 record for the season as the
Christmas holidays have them idled got to do better than that"said However, they only got 6 of 17 from minutes left in the game. Slater said
r until early next year. Slater to be competitive in the free-throw line, for about this was what the girls needed to get
"We're a lot better balanced team district play. He believes that it will 35-percent well below their goal of them to settle down and finally put
than last year" said Coach John take 60-percent from the charity line 60-percent. "We've got to do better the game away.
II i Slater about his improving Tor and 40-percent from the floor to than that" said Slater. "We just packed in our defense,"
finish well.
said Slater and made them shoot
IId nadoes. It was Coach Slater s goal
d '1 for the Lady Tornado five to go Into SHe. II II ,.S I i It a -- 44akar II Beverly Mosely was the hot- from the outside.
1 the holiday break with a winning Bradford 1441' Jankln 1-I-S, MaNy 4-0-11, shooter for the night, with 14 baskets
record. 'pell4, Davll 4-HI, .......... 7+'4. Telalt and four free throws for an evening .
1444.. total of 32 points. .HI 11 i. IF 't MCadarKav
T asks (11)Jalfiraon S-I-". Wld.mend0.2., t 11 f f II
I BUS 44. Baker 33 "She couldn't shoot a lick last Bradford IM>- Mouly 14-4-Jl, Jackao* 1+1,
Varborouajn i-4-4. Hampton+2. Dice 1-0-4
: Showing off their improving skills Robartt 1+a.Slf ara S-....Totals Id-1-Sl. year," said Slater of his improved Da.' ...., Puad.1.., Haddlaft 411. Tatala
: cJ& the Lady Tornadoes BUS Cedar player, adding that she gets a lot of 144..., _, .
pl put away a 54. Key 35 points on her fast break. C. Kay ID-- Thom MothcaMThompklns
determined bunch of Wildcats in 2-2-11. ..,, AltarS t-1-1, NatMIta4.
their first home Going on the road, the Lady Tor- Marla Reddish was the number 5- Totali lillJf.BHOLY .
game Thursday, nadoes took their second win In two two scorer, putting in six shots from
Dec. 19, at the BHS gym. days, a 54-35 win at Cedar Key High the floor for 12 points.
"They were a young and real to give them a 4-3 record.
scrappy team that stayed on us all Key to the according to
night long," said Slater. game Rebounding was important for the
Slater, was controlling Cedar Key's
Wildcats Lady Tornadoes with Felicia Davis
The out
jumped to
big gun, Hathcox. Assigned to the getting 14, with
lead with Mosely 12 and Kelley
early score 6-3 in the Ann
job were Starling, Kelley Jackson with 11.
first period. However, the Tor- Jackson and Felicia Davis who "We had a real good night on the
nadoes weren't
having any ot this Slater said "kept her pretty much boards "
said Slater with 49
rebounds -
ti7Ji and ran off four in a row. Theyweren't off the basket." altogether.The .
behind after that. The loss dropped Cedar Key to 1-3
Making her first appearance for for the season coach said that Cedar Key

.. ..- :.=-'" ; the year, senior Marla Reddish "This was a game we were all. didn't die on them and that the Lady

I ]BHS Grapplers Take First Win Yet.
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By Don Sapp Lpln m.Sid ftimall LI2-II. 131-Oannla Cum-
BHS 21, Episcopal
mines L(4-U( >, 141-Jamla' Carvar WIS-ll),
BCT Staff Writer .
Individual R.sultata forUlf' 1DS-Srad 155 Bruct Otvla Wpln( 147-Miki StllwallLpln
Ending a long dry spell, the Tor- Oraan WCplnl) Ill-John Hamilton Wtpln ( ), IBS-forfeit 120-torfalt Haavywalghllorlelt. -
nado grapplers took home their first m-Chock Coburn Lpln m-Mlka Eldar .
win of the season Friday night when .
they blew away the Clay High- \
Forfeits were the key to the BHS
win, with Clay matching BHS for a JJ "
lack of big men in the 185, 220 and .
heavyweight classes.
The only Tornado with a perfect
season so far this year is Bruce f
Davis, in the 155-pound weight clnss.
Coach David Tew says hopes Davis
will be able to repeat his trip to the
state match again this year.

So far this year the wrestling Tor-
nadoes are 1-4 for the season, including -nOQ4
a Dec: 18 loss to Episcopal
High in Jacksonville by the score of ik J1At
2149. ; k NIGHT

BHS 54, Clay 34
Individual Rciulttt ".forfeit 105BradOr.tn We wish you all the joy the season has CHRISTMAS
wtpln Ill-Danny Hughat L('-IJ).
111-JOhn Hamilton LC11-14) 114-Cnuck Coburn Peace and heart
to give. happiness our
W( orfill), Ill-Sid RUMall Lpln lllDannlaCummingl unI1tfC : CHEER
Wpln 14S-Jamla Carv.r Wpln felt gratitude. .
155 Bruca Davit W(lorfatt),1/1-Mlcha.l Stlllw. l A V .
Wfortalt torte ts. ), 111,110 and Haavywalghtdouble a a -l Happy Holidays

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the BHS wrestlers when they took 1 -
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This loss left the Tornadoes with a
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I Dragging Tornadoes Lose to Number., Two Ranked Hawthorne, I

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I' ". Hawthorne, the 1985-83 Tornado five, still adjusting from the recent foot Hornet center shot high arching .
I i : ; lost 76-70 to the No. 2 ranked Class ball season,went up for a rebound it shots over the Tornado players. Next action for the Tornado flue
.'f i 1A Hornets on the road in Hawthorne seemed, he would be called for r a Hawthorne also hit consistently on will be when they defend their championship -
last Friday night, Dec. 20. foul long shots from the corner. in the Gainesville High
The Tornadoes cut the game-long Hawthorne used a balanced scoring School Holiday Invitational Tournament -
1IiY ,' Hawthorne lead to three points just attack, led by Donald Ray. Jan. 1-2.
: before the half and to five or six Donald Mack, and Wendell Jenkins Coach Godwin says his Tornadoes
'\. ;t: points several Mmes in the second with '18 points each. Henry Slater will have time to practice over the

........ .. :1;.. half. But Just as it looked like BHS had 12 points. Christmas holidays, and hopefully,
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would challenge, the Hornets wouldbe .Nl H M II I? 7* begin to get their act together. '
"tt ahead 10-12jbolnts again before Hawthorn. M il 11 17 It BUS is 0to date. Coach Godwin
.ytwf/4 ratffM-4 (rO)- Cooaw*4-lo, Mitchell H-11 .
t M knew it. The Hornets has been more pleased with the
1' M you simply SlmnwM .'-7, Dim "'- Hampt. .*..
; shot the eyes out of the basket from .rowit--'I,J..,"_*.+*.TMali. U-4-70. defensive effort, but says the Tonr-
ill/ 'w;) F, outside. It Hawthorn CT*>. nay 0H4l. HoMtmon1M. nadoes need to work on continuity
+n Mack O-a-14, Joxklni4u' SannmM
.' I', The Hornets also capitalized on e 1-1-1.Totals, M-IO-7. offense.
1 i C&IdjPI9 BUS ball-handling mistakes, and at
times Just took the basketball away
r ", from Tornado players.
Just coming off a pro-longed foot We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store 'on Call
,; ball season and playing without Street
Frank Long, who was sick, the Tornado -
cagers looked good at times from 9 a.m. until 1 1:00: p.m. to better serve our
working the ball upcourt and scor-
I Iw ing, they would go Into a lax period. customers.
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Cooper led the rebounding effort Hawthorne, 6-1 after the game and "-, .....-...'''........ ... ... .. ,. .,- ...,
with 14 and had six assists. Diggs beaten only by Union High in a game '
had 12 rebounds. The 6-4 center that saw the UC Tiger center Eddie
showed signs of becoming a scoring Keith block 15 shots, led the entire
threat, but was tentative at other game, outscored BHS 26-16 in the
times. first period and 21-20 in the second.
(Photo by Jonathan- F.rou,onl- As Coach Jay Godwin has said,the BHS won the third period 17-12 and
Driving Past a Hornet Defender... Tornadoes will not be really ready to the teams tied the fourth period iiX;
play basketball until after the 17-17. Two Hornet guards, moving
Ron Brown"goes for the basket while a hapless Hornet defender is Christmas break. everything but their feet and
unalbe to do anything about it. Even though they tried, the Tornadoes Brown and Mitchell fouled out in stomachs, many times faked Tornado X
couldn't quite pull off a win In Hawthorne. the final few minutes of the Rarne.I players out, got ahead and

I Junior Varsity Edges Baby Hornets 58-57. .. (

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pass on Hawthorn 11 is 20 11 57
took three steps and fired a perfect Bradford (")- Norman 10-. Blyo 14-1-21: Rickter has been named head
18-foot bank shot with no time left on Ch.ndl.r 4-1-11, I. JonKIni 4-(-4. M. Jnkln baseball coach, so the JV basketball ,
1-I-i ROil 114 Motloy..4.Total l 21-1"". teams needs a coach. The
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the Bradford junior varsity '+11, W. Jtnkini 140 My... 1-1-3, Chlsholm Hawthorne game was Rickter's last
cagers last Friday night, Dec. 20. :1-1-0. Totals...-" as JV basketball.
BHS was ahead five points with
2:30 left in the game. Hawthorne's
baby Hornets pressed, stole and ball
and caused mistakes, and tied the GIn the pmt
game up with-3Tseconds left. BHS
had a chance to go ahead on a free M
throw, but missed. Hawthorne had \ of Christmas
the same chance and went up one .
point, setting up the seemingly slim
chance for BHS. PEACE Peace love, good will and a very spe-
But Blye fired the shot for the first
BHS basketball win of the season for cial thanks to all our friends and
either varsity of Junior varsity. The customers.
JV five is 1-2 now,after a 28-20 loss to --i
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Moyed of to point his.flEiJittotacBfipetrate guard for the game ,;.' .,_\.j' "-._.'. sac. I
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Chandler added 13 points. ECONO LODGE OF STARKE ,
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I j Bradford Tornadoes Honored for Their Season's Work... I

December Ie, 1985
hi4 laaaro!,, i ir
Dear Crow,

As I neared Bartow on Friday night, Dec. 13, I was attacked by what
turned out to be swarm of Yellow Jackets. Every effort was made to
deliver the package on time. I know that all of Bradford County was in
hopes of bringing the state title home, but the Yellow Jackets just
9 wouldn't hear of ill! They had ideas of their own. ;
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Bradford didn't bring the state championship home, but you brought f
back something even greater. You brought back a group of young men .
who have experienced success, a group that fought hard, but came up :
short as far as the score was concerned, a group that has brought back
i memories of great teams of the past, and brought together players and a
t, community of today. I've never seen a team and individual players take a
*M rh community" or rather be taken by a community and proclaimed "my

w i t The '85 Tornadoes are to be commended for their fine season and their
exciting play-off victories, and especially praised for their play Friday
night. They fought a hard light. They played with pride. They never gaveIn.
::1 made one proud to say "It's great to be a BRADFORD TOR-
} NADO/'

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The Best of the Best for 1985.. Special Recognition... :

The top Tornadoes got their just deserts at the foot- Athlete Lonnle Hamilton Paul Allen SportsmanshipAward nie Mr. Paul Allen presents the Ron- ; ,
ball banquet held In the National Guard Armory last and Scholarship, Clinton Jenkins. Most Im- Allen Sportsmanship Award and
Thursday.I-r) Aaron Mathews Defensive Back of the proved Player, Greg Jackson Offensive Lineman Scholarship to Tornado linebacker
Year, Billy' ,Jackson Defensive Lineman and Scholar Award, and Frank Long Outstanding Offensive Back. Lonnie Hamilton for the job he did
for the BUS team.

By_Don Sapp '

BCT Staff Writer No. 12, Billy Jackson, outside No. 53, Brian Barton, center and football. He wanted to carry the ball
linebacker, made second team All- defensive tackle. "Showed a lot of at the end of the season."
Closing out their best season in 20 State, first team All-District and improvement this year..be a fine 'No. 84, Gene Powell, wide-out.
years, the Bradford Tornado football first team All-Area. "Has turned in- football player for us next year." "Came out and worked hard. Hope
players were honored at the an- to a super football player..One of No. 54, Keith Gillingham, offen- that he will make a significant con-
nual end-of-season banquet at the the leading tacklers.' sive guard and linebacker. "Here's tribution next year."
Starke Armory last Thursday, Dec. No. 13: Todd McLeod, wide-out, another young fellow who came a No. 85, Wesley Thomas, wide-out.
:/ 19. honorable mention All-Area. "Pro- long way. Improved tremendouslyas "He's not as big as a lot of these
:, Guest speaker was Jim Niblack, bably has the finest hands of any a football player and as a team guys. Did an outstanding job. Very
offensive coordinator for the Orlando wide-out that I have coached. player." proud of Wesley."
,,I Renegades, former head coach at Anything he gets his hands on he's No.60, Chris Cribbs, offensive No. 86, Mike Chappell, tight-end
Gainesville High and close friend of got a 99-percent chance of catching guard and linebacker. "Did a real and linebacker. "Real fine hands,
Tornado Coach David Hurse. rt:' good Job for us. Very consistent. and turned into a very good blocker,
:/ Hosted by the Quarterback Club, No. 61, Dennis Cumming, offen- proud of Mike."
::1 the event honored the 1985 Tor- No. 20, Aaron Mathews, fullback sive guard. "Bambo. think the No. 87,David Williams, tight-end. r
: nadoes who came within one gameof and linebacker, first team All- name fits him right on the "Did a fine job for us. We expect him q'bristmas[ (!1reetings
the first state championship for District and first team All-Area. "A spot..goes all out in everything he to be one of the important people in
i BHS since 1m.i lot of the time played almost the en- does..one of the good little men on our football program next year."
tire football game. Did an outstan- the Bradford High football field next
i USFL Outlook... ding job." year." Player Awards...
As memories of an old fashioned Christ-
Admitting that he had played football No.22, Cory Strong, wide-out and Seven awards were presented to
: with Coach Hurse in high school, defensive back. "He'll be an outstanding No. 63, Greg Jackson, offensive outstanding players for their efforts mas fill our hearts we want to share
: Niblack said they had remained in football player next year." tackle and defensive end. Second during the season. warm wishes with dear friends.
contact over the years, often talking No. 23, Jeffery McClellan, wide- team all state, first team All-District Most Improved PlayerClinton you, our
hone about football. He out. "One of the hardest workers and first team All-Area. "Did a real Jenkins.
describe the head Tornado as one we've got. Got everything I asked fine job for us this year..I can't say 'Outstanding Offensive Back-
of the most dedicated and best liked for." enough good things about Greg." Frank Long.'Offensive.
football coaches in the game. No. 24, Andy Jones, runningback 'No. 64, Chris Dougherty offensive Lineman. AwardGreg
\"Winners do things that losers and wide-out. ''The fastest football guard and defensive tackle i and Jackson. REPRESENTATIVE
don't like to do,"said Niblack,referring player I've ever coached..he's got second team All-Area tackle. "One 'Defensive Back of the Year ''
to the amount of work requiredby speed to burn." of the quickest defensive men we've Aaron Matthews.
Both coaches and players.On had around here in quite awhile. Dida Defensive Lineman AwardBilly GEORGE CRADYAND
the way to the state championship No. 31, Clinton Jenkins, running real good Job." Jackson. STAFF
game, he said the rain began to back and linebacker, first team All- 'No. 66, Lonnie Hamilton, Scholar Athlete AwardBilly
concern him, because of the bad effects State and first team All-Area. linebacker. First team All-State, Jackson. Happy New Year tool.!
it could have on the teams playing "Made tremendous strides as a foot- first team All-District, and first Bonnie Allen Sportsmanship ,
abilities. ball player. A team player..andthat's team All-Area. "Did a real fine job Award and ScholarshipLonnie
'I was scared to death all the way what makes a winner." for us, a real football player." Hamilton.
down there" said Niblack.At -
No. 33, Gregg Wiggins, fullback
the the coach said that
game, and linebacker, "Came a long way 'No. 67, Gary Wise, linebacker
he had to sit the Bartow side of
on honorable mention All-Area. "Didan
this one of the hardest
the field and almost got into trouble workers..his experience is going to outstanding job for us..He's got In the Spirit of Giving Fashion Stop
before it was over, cheering for the make him very valuable next year." another year coming." ., ,
Tornadoes."All No. 40 Mike Gray, wideout and No. 65 Joel Brewer, offensive
thank for business.
I could see was a sea of red, defensive back. "Here's a young tackle and defensive tackle. "Lot of wants to you your

said the field Niblack at the when BHS he stands.looked across man to who be has a come tremendous a long way.going football next hard year.work"and he will be heard. from Bring in this ad and we will give you an

"It was a great gamehe assuredthe No. 72 Billy Harrell, offensive
players and reminded them that player No.. next 42, Wendell year. Shanks, wideout tackle and defensive tackle. "Had a additional 20% off any purchase made
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Tornado... things about Wendell. one of our leaders next r.ear.No. Across from High School .
Top No. 51, Danny Manning, center 73, Larry Barnhill, offensive
Introduced by Coach Hurse as and linebacker. "I don't think thereis tackle and defensive tackle. "Good ik S,2 (
"Coach" Dr. AI Bother the BHS :
a finer center on any team we team man, very dependable. ;
principal outlined the support that played..used his experience and 'No. 77, Ron Brown, offensive .,y
the Tornadoes have had this season techniques." tackle and defensive end. Third / : : 1evL_, ,; .1, ; ,
from the community. No. 52,Tommy Parker, offensive team All-state, first team All-
"You've got a community that tackle and defensive tackle. "Did a District and honorable mention All-
cares for kids," he said. good Job for us. Played with injuries, Area. "Just a junior..had a tremen-
On another note, he stated he played with pain a lot of the time. dous year this year." try Y r2 W, Y.; ;o-i rv .fY 3%?syra N a:"
believed academic standards are going We II miss Tommy,he did a real fine No. 78, Andrew Timmons, offen-
up mentioning the rules that Job for us." sive tackle. "Andrew loves to playDuring
began in Texas this year. Out thereto
participate in athletics, a student I
with one F is not allowed to play any
sport. "They call that the no pass, no
play rule," said Rother..
He indicated that the real concernof
the individuals sponsoring the
rule was the future of the playersand
if they didn't do well in school
they were handicapped in the real '. tit 1,
world. He referred to it as the "no oar

learn The, Team no earn", rule. V 1/ -4' 44jr : 2 \

According to Hurse...
Introducing the number two 3A
team in the state, Coach Hurse men-
tioned each player and his contributions -
for the year. ern'x k
No. 3. Frank Long, who playedquarterback '
runnfngback and !
defensive back "had an outstandingyear W : $
to say the least.our trigger ; .
man on offense." He was named to
the All-State team as 'a defensive
back, as well as to the All-District J4
and All-Area teams. '
-No. 9,Johnny Clark, quarterback ,
and defensive back, who started as _
I quarterback In the first ballgame ..
when Long was injured. "Looking .ad
forward to. a great season ,out of r@ri
-No. 7, Patrick Dlggs wide-out i5t4eSm
who after the first week of practice
convinced Hurse that"There was no .
doubt in my mind be had the potential yx
of making a .fine football
He stands Hand weighs
this joyous season, we wish for
169 pounds, "But he's tough.

-No.defensive. 9, David back Hamilton"Did ,a wideoutand tremen ) : ;: .. .health and happiness to be in your pic -' i ;!

does Job kicking the football," and ture. +

expects to have a great kicking ,

f game No.next 10, Robert year. Starling, quarterback Charley E. Johns Agency, Inc. From the .Owners of

"Did a great Job for us this OPEN 10 a.m. 7 p.mMonday .
year. Ha was our snapper for punts Starke 964-5070 FASHION I STOP
and extra points. This is not an easy .

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Huge sink-hole turns quiet Keystone Heights retirement community into natural disaster area : I

By Linda Wharton, LRM Editor
A sink hole that developed Saturday afternoon in Park of the Palms, a + 1 _
Christian retirement community in Keystone Heights, has already .r i
swallowed an entire 2,000 sq. ft. house and began eating away at the
neighboring driveway and carport by Sunday morning. dt
The hole, enlarged to about 605 ft. across by Sunday, was first ; A 1. c?
discovered by Mrs. Bill Erickson when she looked outside her bedroom '
window and noticed that part of the ground under her house had disap- I
peared. She said she had felt her house shaking, but thought it might be 1+ '
bombing activity at nearby Camp Blanding, a common occurance. The ys
hole by then,around 2:30 p.m. Saturday,was already developed to a point
f that it had eaten away the ground approximately half way under the

Unaware at First t. ,, 0.wn.n.. .. "
Her husband, administrator of the the park, was outside on the other r 'T
side of the house painting, unaware of what was happening until his wife
called to him. They both escaped unharmed as the house slid into the
chasm, but had no time to return to the house and lost all their personal
belongings as the structure slid underground level with a grinding of
timbers and a cloud of dust. i ir
First went the heaviest sections of the dwelling, the septic tank and
bathroom on the southeast corner of the house fell into the hole with a
The rest of the house stayed intact for about another hour and a half,
then began buckling toward the hole. Then, like it had been blown up by
dynamite, the majority of the house, three bedrooms, the living room,
and baths, collapsed and disappeared into the hole in a cloud of dust,
Christmas DecorationsA
dining room table, chairs, and Saturday morning's newpapers could
be seen from the back of the house. Christmas decorations still remained
intact in the remaining windows but the family was helpless to do It'
anything about the diaster but watch from the safety of a spot behind the ;a t vn'j '
police barricades, which were immediately thrown up around the area to
keep away the curious spectators which gathered around the scene.
Then as dark settled on this quiet community, the remaining portion of
the house fell in chasm with a ro&r.
Firemen, tied by ropes for safety and looking down in the hole Sunday
morning said they could still see some of the lumber from the house and
could hear cracking noises as the earth slowly swallowed up the house. t h i t 2}
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Water Heard
During the high point of the sink hole's activity Saturday afternoon, '.. rr. r i" .h t ap ,, J 1 ,Jty' '",,+fiv"yyy r ,},. a
bystanders could hear the rumble of water rushing and spashes of water
under the ground level as sections of the house, trees and pavement were
undermined and fell into the hole. _. 1
A Clay Electric lineman, Junior Hersey, up in his cherry picker to cut ....-..+ '!
electric lines from the nearby pole, said he couldn't see the bottom of the "- .
hole from that height. People were guessing it to be 20-30 feet deep. -.- '
LRM Reporter-Photogrtapher Mark Friedlin, flying above the scene
Sunday in a small plane, estimated the depth to be at least 30 feet and
possibly more.
Nature's Power Sudden Loss...
"The power-it really makes you feel Insignificant," one bystander said There was little warning Saturday
as he watched'with other tn(ifabelief of what was happening. -as e 'erge-.lltk-IJo.e'/pelfed up'tinctor-
Norman Ault, a park resident,said he was helping remove trees earlier a house owned by William -A.
this week in the park to make room for new construction, and it took them Erickson administrator in the Park
hours. "Then you just see trees fall in like match sticks" he said. of the Palms retirement communitynear
The hole is located near the main entrance to the park about midway Keystone IIeightsabove at
office of Park of the Palms and SR-100.
between Lake Brooklyn,the main right).
Residents Evacuated The hole engulfed the Erickson
Residents, living in houses and in a relatively new 4-unit apartment house In a matter of hours(middle
buildings, in that particular block were evacuated as a precaution. Peo- right) and forced residents and safe
ple were carrying out clothing and removing what personal belongingsthey ty officials to keep a close eye on the
could quickly gather together as news of the incident spread. situation Clower right) and to
Frank Lennox and his family, living in the house right next door to theEricksons. evacuate nearby houses.
was not allowed back in his home to remove belongings as the The sinkhole as seen from the air
hole was developing fast in his home's direction. Sunday after police had expandedand
Geologist Suprised another home
was threatening
Tom Gardner, a geologist with DuPont, on the site Saturday, said he owned by Frank and Rena Lennox
was surprised there was any sink hole activity in this area. He also com-
mented that the hole was likely to get much larger and probably wouldn't
stop.:> until its sides become more sloped.
and rocks under ground level are erod-
Sink holes develop when the soil Photo By Linda Wharton
ed, sometimes for a period of years, without any indication on the surface
that the event is about to take place.
When the underground cavity grows to a large enough size, the walls of Aerial Photo by Mark Frlcdlln
sand can no longer support the weight of the houses or trees on the sur- PilotJoDavitB. ,

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.' After Christmas


Keystone K Village y ton. Heights' Apartments I sales bring bargains

New 1, 2 and 3 bedroom

patio apartments .WJI"a'r f .
[ I by Dlann Douglas have a little money left from meirholiday
FROM *220 per month Bradford/Union Home Economist: spending.
I "After Christmas sales prices Don t scoff at these sales, for they
Jan. 17 occupancy. Sorry no pets. ,greatly reduced"- those magic usually offer some of the greatest
words are irresistible enticements to price reductions of the year.
Call ((904)) 372.7440 I consumers armed with gift certificates The array of merchandise reduced
.. ., credit cards, or who still. for clearance usually reflects how
Equal Housing Opportunity ._... '( ( I successful the holiday season has
been for the store. If the store sold
most of its merchandise before
Christmas, then the selection
-- available at the after Christmas sale
will be quite limited. However, if
sales were slow, then the after
Christmas sale will offer many real
Shoppers should recognize the
reason for after Christmas sales-
is to dispose of leftover stock and
other odds and ends that have accumulated
before inventory is
The easiest way to do this is to
reduce prices.Clothing .
and items especially r.
R. designed for seasonal use (such as
Christmas decorations) usually r
carry the greatest price reductions. t'
Some stores, however, supple-
ment their marked down merchan-
'PRICES' GOOD RIGHTS dise with other merchandise broughtin
THURS. WED., America Supermarket.QUANTITY *.Me especially for the sale. This sup
DEC. 26, 1985 JAN. 1. 1986 plemental stock generally doesn't .
offer as much saving.
Sometimes stores also offer
"close-out" sales on some items at
this time. This means that for some
reason, merchandise will not con-
tinue to be sold. It could be over pric-
ed, poor design, not used by most
store customers or for some other
reason it did not sell.
If the "close-out" is due to a
1 change in the decorative design it
,.. .III000M..ylON... ... IlULI'.. .. ,
--- -.-_ -- -- may offer a good buy, but if it is due
I c"wr".w.ewt" ....._.. ..awr".wrwwer ..._,..eeraeewIwwo .. I to poor quality or product design it
.e Mrr "t.ararw.wn.r wMM r'CeMa w IrYwe i I
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: =,:::.::- .::.:x'::='o-: : at Tips after to Christmas help you get sales real include bargains: :

Inspect all merchandise carefully j
before buying. It may be a highly
desireable Christmas gift that was
ALL STORES WILL CLOSE AT I returned or it may be faulty mer-
8 P.M. NEW YEAR'S EVE ; chandise that wouldn't sell at

AND WILL BE OPEN .r" 'r regular- sure price.Be all. labels, care instruc-

8 A.M. 8 P.M. NEW YEAR'S DAY tions and other pertinent informa-
up tion are included with the sale items.
FFOODALr Consider your need and intended ,
sra yps use. Just because a product is
j substantially reduced in price is no
reason to buy it For example,many
f sale items are stored in closets and
not used because the buyer has no
real need for them.Remember .
: most sale items can-
". not be returned. Is it worth the priceto
N YEAR you?
Compare prices (even on sale
items) at competing stores. PricenreductloTO
\, 4o.vary,froni tore,to vastMfe
$, !Atf 1 lt!i1\"' educed IS percent hl," '-1".
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Make your New"Year's celebration a happy pumpkin pie and ingredients for all your one price store in another may sell store for less at regular

one with family, friends and festive foods favorite family recipes. And WINN-DIXIE'S the -Christmas decorations, cards '

from your nearby WINN-DIXIE. You'll need all place to shop, because we have the quality and greatly other reduced-such items you have are room usually to

kinds of party snacks and New Year's Day and value you're looking for. So celebrate store them until the next year when
they are
dinner fixin's, like delicious W-D Brand U.S. the start of a great new year with help from There is considerable risk in buying

Choice E-Z Carve Rib Roast, black-eyed peas WI191Y-DIXIE. Have a safe and happy 19861 grow sale Into clothing," or for"for your your use child"when to

MCIULAII UGIIYCOORS you lose weight." Children do not
+ grow at a uniform rate and you may
2 PAil $229 not meet your weight goal.
BEER. . llAot "Sale fever" is contagious. often
shoppers will buy just because
t witVE Zr$49 A everyone else is buying. Be sure the
? 'COOLERS item buying is needed or a bargain before

-If using credit, carry a running
1 1 total of your bill to keep from
: overspending.Remember.
,it is up to you whether
you save money or waste money at
those after Christmas sales.

'To hop Is to njoy."
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Another cave-in occured in 1959History ,

By Mark Frledlln children,was caught in the middle of their drill at 186 feet on the SR-21
BCT Staff Writer the rapidly collapsing section of right-of-way just north of the city
There is a historical precendent ofa ground when he and other workers limits. 1
sort for last weekend's sink-hole were drilling test wells for a study of The stuck drill casing was aban-
incident which engulfed a house and underground water levels f in the doned and another one started a few
is now threatening another in the Keystone Heights area for a U.S. feet away The men then quit work (
Park of the Palms retirement com- Geological Survey effort to deter for the day as it was getting dark.
'. ,'. munity near Keystone Heights.In mine the cause of wide water level During the night sand surroun-
May, 1959, a Gainesville man flucuations in the lake during pro- ding the first casing seeped into an
.. named Cameron Dixon was buried longed dry periods.According underground cavity, leaving a new
... alive when a sinkhole collapsed near to accounts written at cavity above lying just under
Lake Brooklyn.Dixon the time in the Bradford Count) ground level and waiting to for the
a 35-year-old Gainesville Telegraph Cameron and his fellow slightest disturbance_ to bring it
resident and the father of five workers hit impenatrable rock. with See Page'A

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\D. this past year. .

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Repeated in Latest Incident...? y HAPPY
This was the scene In 1959 when a cave in burled one Keystone Heights area. S AS MFG
worker alive butTwo other men were also trapped in the railing sand cM
near the shore of Lake Brooklyn In the rescued. rEAq1si

{ Obituaries 5

t Mrs. Elvie Padgett retired Stationary Engineer. Mrs. Holtzendorf moved to Starke
Mrs. E1ViC PadSett-, of 8802 NE. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. over 60 years ago. She was a (
68th Terrace of Fairbanks died Fri- Elizabeth Ferguson Stratton of member of First Presbyterian
day. Dee 20, at Alachua General Keystone; one son, David of Church of Starke and a member of
Hospita Charlotte N.C.; one brother Ed of the Bradford Hospital Auxiliary.She
Born in Lake Butler Mrs. Padgett Fort Charlotte N.C.; one sister, was a homemaker and business
moved to the Gainesville and Fair Florence Koerner of Westfield, N.J. woman.
banks area from Brooker 29 years (L-R) Brenda, Pattye, Catrell I, Buddy and Brenda
ago.She Funeral services were held Friday Survivors include one son, Ben C.
was a homemaker and a Dec. 20 in the DeWitt C. Jones Holtzendorf, Jr., of Starke; brother, SroR%
member of the Dedan Baptist Chapel in Keystone, with Rev. Ernest McGinn of Livingston,
Church at Brooker. Ernest Woodhouse officiating. Inter- Texas
; sister Gertrude M. Perry of
the Survivors include her husband, ment followed in Keystone Heights West Columbia, Texas; 4 grand- Keystone Heights
Rev. Coleman Padgett Sr.; five Cemetery under the direction of children and 2 great grandchildren.
daughters: Myrtle Parrish of Lake Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.
Butler Evelyn Knatt of Fairbanks Funeral services were held Saturday -
Mary Courtney, Claudia Avery and Dec. 21 in First Presbyterian
Carol Little, all of Gainesville; a Mrs. Ethel Holtzendorf Church with Rev. Jerry Patton of- ST. JOHNS RIVER
. son Coleman Padgett Jr. of Fair- Mrs. Ethel Marie Holtzendorf, 79, ficiating. Interment followed in
; three brothers: Arch Mann of Starke died Dec. 18 Lake
Wednesday, Crosby Cemetery under the
Brooksville SJRC
, Meade Grady Mann of Fort in Bradford Hospital. direction of Jones Funeral Home of I COMMUNITY COLLEGETERM
Bobby Mann of Douglas, Born Sept. 25, 1906 in Jasper Fla., Starke.
; two sisters
: Doris Boney of
Miami and Flaura Knowles of -- II, EVENING SCHEDULE, 1985-86
Auburndale 15 grandchildren, and
15 Funeral great-grandchildren.services were held Mon- Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm (A State supported community college serving Clay Putnam and St. Johns Counties)

day, Dec. 23, in Williams-Thomas Located off 100 South towards Keystone, take right on Classes Begin: January 6, 1986 Classes End: April 23, 1986
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died Regional Tuesday llosp.Dec. in 17 in Gainesville North Fla. them alt,ready lor'86 yields and grapes galore." Don't lorget the figs! 0112 MAN1393 Customer Service 3 7:00.9:45: T BA17
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Includes DeliverySet Palatka Campus Closed 12:00-1:00:

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Sincerethanks NOTE: Late lees are charged for registration In day classes January 6-10. There Is no refund for matriculation and

to our many tuition fees after January 3 even If registration takes place after this date.

friends. Degree or non-degree seeking students must fulfil one of the following requirements prior to enrolling hi colege
__ Verystpeciaf: credit composition and mathematics courses: acceptable test scores In the American Colege Test (ACT), the
wlshestorouand Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT.MAPS) test or transfer credits from an accredited Institution In basic mathematicsand
your family .
-- composition courses.

For Counseling appointments testing or registration'Information call:
LOCATED Palatka Counseling Center ((904)) 328-1571 Ext. 34 .

ALL FEES are due at time registration./ .
Hwy 301 South Next to Mosley Tire Co. MATRICULATION AND TUITION FEES

'19.00 . . . . . . . . . Florida residents matriculation fee per credit hour3a'oo
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By BCT Mark Staff Frledltn Writer LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE

The Christmas giving spirit continued -
in full force in Starke last 1 Mile North of Starke, Fla. on U.S. 301
week as volunteers gathered food
and clothing, toys and good cheer for OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK -

munity disadvantaged who will people have something in the com to Mon.-Wed. 9 to 12 Thurs.-Sat. 9 to 2

smile thanks about to their this efforts.holiday season F Lounge Opens at 12 Mon.-Sat. Open Sunday 1 to 11

There are plenty of organized efforts tc r .-...
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taking place with the emphasis '1L
as usual, on efforts by the V,1
local churches, which have mobilized R
large numbers of volunteers to w f K i MUSIC
help out with gathering and
distributing the items. Thursday Saturday

While attention has been focusedon y Starts at 9 1.
these organizations in the past
few weeks as Christmas nears,there w: Sunday at 7 en
are also some notable private effortsto
help the same group of people.

Two families who decided to do a
Christmas giving project this season HOLIDAYGREETINGS
are the Coopers and Davises, Starke to ,
residents who have worked some '
long hours over the past four weeks
collecting( toys for disadvantagedkids
not just in their neighborhoodsbut -'
all over the community _.
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They were busy Saturday morning _
as David Cooper dressed up in his CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS!
finest Santa Claus outfit, loaded the "' '
back of their trusty pick-up MONDAYS ARE YOUR DAYSI!

truck(that's the sleigh, folks) and Jr. To Bring Christmas Cheer... Well Drinks 1.25 ... Beer '.90
with the help of Irving Meres ,
of These volunteers mounted their ow n private effort to FromrlghttoleU: Mary Cooper, David Cooper, Irv-
went gift-giving
on a long trip MUST SHOW I.D.
south to Hampton and north almostto help needy children enjoy their Christmas. Ing Meres Jr. and Verna Davis. L 0-..-- ,__J.
Iawtey with plenty of stops in the .
neighborhoods of Starke between. "

The gifts were eagerly acceptedtrom
many parents who perhaps
dreaded the prospect of telling their
kids they would be forced to do EXECISE
without this Christmas season while
their classmates in school were
receiving !Rifts
"We wanted to do this last year
but we couldn't get it organized in ..rV
lime," Mrs. Davis commented as
she and Mrs. Cooper busyed 4 p.m 5 p.m Monday, Wednesday& Friday
themselves loading the truck and $28
making sure all of the toys were in 6 p.m. 7 p.rn.. Tuesday&Thursday $20
their proper places. "It took us over r d
four weeks to get it all together and SUMNASTICS CLASSES
our project started to get a little big- L 10 a.m. I llam 1 Tuesday & Thursday $20
than we expected as time went .
ger 5:15: p.m 6 p.m Monday, Wednesday &
By"The Friday $28STRETCH
Davises and the Coopers call
ed the Starke Health Department to 1"
find out the of & FLEX CLASSES
names some needy
families and enlisted the aide of the rt 9 a.m. 945; a.m. Monday & Wednesday
ladies at the local Kentucky Fried is $20All
Chicken store and the workers at
Davis Express Trucking Service to classes begin January 6 and January 7
help them with their project % ; and run for six weeks. Classes may be
"These volunteers saw that we cancelled if fewer than 10 people register.
needed help and they really responded Classes can be taken individually for$2.50
," Mrs Cooper said, pointing at per class. Registration fees are non-
the truckload of fr
overflowing toys
refundable after classes begin.
and gifts "We couldn't gotten this
together without their help."
"A mountain and a river
are good neighbors." classes FREE to comprehensive ,,
George Herbert s members of the'BH Center for ''I'6''* '

4 6 Health and Fitness.
btp? vqp For more Information call the BH
Center for Health and Fitnessat

a 9644210.

During this time of great joy we say ; H : : tg

thanks to our patrons and may the _

Christmas star guide you to a happier, BH Center for Health

abundant life. and Fitness .
922 East Call Street :
Starke, FL 32091 :
((904)) 964-4210 ;
BH Center for Health and Fitness Is a
FederalStarke member of Santa Fe Healthcare :
Systems. Inc.,a Florida ;
not for profit heahhcerecoporatian. :
Keystone Hgts Lake Butler :

395 W Madison Si Lawrence Blvd 175 W. Main St.
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As always, our staffis .. ,( hard to beat.Gulfpride. ists who change their oil seasonally there's =
Super Premium Gulfpride Single G. It meets the warranty require- ::
ready and waitingto /; ': F 10W/40, for example, is an all- ments of most manufacturers including diesel. :
serve customersand climate, high-detergent oil specially formulated So next time your car needs an oil change ::
friends in every .'! to improve your gas mileage. change to Gulfpride premium-quality motor oil. "
; possible way. r ., Gulfpride also offers you a choice of quality And get proven protection you can really count on. '
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; 190'E. Main Street Kerosene LP Gas (Propane) OPEN 24 HOURS ., :

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December 26.1985 SECTION Pair*I

Obituaries un \

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Dr. Segundo Ocala ; . .
Sanchez4 open Post Office. She waS the widow of ; several nieces and nephewi>*y. "- q. I
Dr. Segundo Humberto Sanchez- the late Floyd Wiggins, and a Funeral services were held Frt-' .'
Lopez, 61, died Thursday night In member of the New River Baptist day Dec. 20 in the New River Bap
Bradford County Hospital after an Church. tilt Church with Rev,'James Countryman
apparent heart attack. Survivors Include two brothers, officiating. Entombment ILDHANS.
Born in Arequipa, Peru, Dr. San- Rudolph Andrews of Crescent City will follow in the church cemetery,
chez came to the United States 25 and Lavon Andrews of Starke; under the direction of Archer ':
medicineg He was practicing sister Mrs. Oveda ,Honabach of. Funeral Home of Lake Butler. ,
Family Practice of '
Starke. He was a member of St. Ed- 'j'js
wards Catholic
Church. utj*;*****"**""* *"'5''*t-:a n-.'rtI*:'*?.>,?>. rf-y S v.vw::,&

Gra cielav01ympieuCruz lof wife Lake season's greetings} :f
Butler; daughter Pola :
of St.
Leo +i 0*4tJ RhsquM'C... ....,. YN
Fla.; 7 sons, Segundo and : \ HV' M: 1t'l j. ... !t\" u14 M i
Orlando both of Miami Oscar of .
Houston Texas, Fernando of To all our friends and customers a
Tallahassee, Edward, Rafael and our sincere thanks and warm t '
Alejandro, all of Lake Butler; 14 r
brothers and sisters, all of Peru. Best Wishes for a '
Funeral services were held Mon- Blessed ChristmasMay 1Mw '1IMf. ....Ln'I pDI
day, Dec. 23 in Archer Funeral .M
Florez Home Chapel with Father Luis Peace Joy Love Good Health and Gutf's hard-working farm prOdt :
Cremation followed

with Archer Funeral Home of Happiness abide with you and your loved
Lake (EJutler in charge. l ones throughout this season and the coming Protecting your equipment against the tough demands of

Mrs. Nita Dukes year. farm work is a big job. Gulf has a complete line of products to

Mrs. Nita Glover Dukes, 86, died meet the challenge.
Wednesday, Dec. 18, at Alachua
General Hospital after an extended There are superior performance motor oils like Gulf

illness.Born in Bradford County, Mrs. I Super Duty Plus, and high quality Gulf Automatic Transmis-

Dukes lived most of her life in Union sion Fluids. A broad line of Gulf greases for all those jobs you '
County.She was a homemaker and a Now thru Dec. 31, 1985 find around farm
and Gulf
member of Lake Butler Church of i a Universal Tractor Fluid, an

Christ.Survivors include one sister, SEEDS PLANTS & outstanding hydraulic fluid for modern tractor systems.

Leary Waters of Lake Butler; one SHRUBS TREES Come to us for all of these hard-working Gulf
half-sister, Mrs. Jessie Mae Welchof PLANTERSTOOLSINSECTICIDES ,
Brooker; 8 grandchildren 13 FERTILIZERS / products. The kind of help you can use around

great great grandchildren.grandchildren and 8 great POWER EQUIPMENT"i the farm. G U 1 <<

Funeral services were held Fri- i
day, Dec. 20, at Archer Memorial Everything Except Items
Chapel in Lake Butler with Bro. Dan Already Sale Priced.
Jarrett officiating. Burial followedat
Elzey Chapel Cemetery near Wor- Lub. Oils Solvents
thington Springs. Archer Funeral Ty K-1 & K-2 Register Oil. & Gas .
Home of Lake Butler was in chargeof LORIDA Tires, Tubes,
arrangements.Mrs. LAWN AND KeroseneV 308 S. Thompson BatteriesLP

Mana WigginsMrs. PEST GARDEN CENTER LP Gas 964-5888 8.5CasNCarry

Mana Andrews Wiggins, 80, ONTROL 539 East Call Street Sat.' 8-12
of Starke, died Tuesday Dec. 17 in I ,'
Alachua General Hospital after an Open 9-5:30 Call 964.5745 SP 1 I54I6.I08I
extended illness.A .
life-long resident of Bradford
County, Mrs. Wiggins lived most of
her life in the New River section. She
was a postal clerk with the New
River Post Office in the Brooker

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against witches. JACKSON, SR. '- L. JACKSON
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[Larry Patterson, Asst. Mgr. r jt r M OH
BASEMENTPlanning Ilk PrMktontP 145 S.W. 6th Ave. '
.O.Oc w f 160 496-3079 ; "
on completing an un- \ I :301UPPLY SouthSTARKE *<=3"
finished basement, or turning a C.8.8RUCE"JACKSON
garage into an extra room? Most FU 32091 Vie PraildmtP .
likely the floor is a concrete slab 964-6078 O.B,..977 .
which can be pretty cold in the tof Stark*.Florida.Inc. Slit Roods 21 and 100 '
winter time. Insulate by installing J ..I KEYSTONEHEtOHTS ,
p, carpet. "PeddlenHam.C.n/ar"/ 473-4973 Tom Gross Inman Green
Carpet on a concrete floor
save energy and heating costs. Junior Herring Joe Fryar .. V T.t.ipI iSP
Also, carpet is one of the easiest ?" **'* : : _
floor coverings to install over f MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU FROM ALL OF US AT JACKSON'SAt d
concrete. A professional installer t v >
will gladly explain the proper installation -
attention is focused on Christmas. In behalf of aq '
of carpet over con- r s 1s this time of year our
the stockholders officers, directors and employees of Jackson Building Supply,
crete. '" _" all for support Of us. We realize that without +'
',, would like to thank you your
store today y
Why not come into our and of Almighty God we could \ '
and more Importantly, without the Grace Mercy "
} and select a carpet for that not exist as a business or even as Individuals. Because you have been so goodto ?rN
extra room? Any of our courteous us and likewise God has been, we feel that we need to share. with you what we W.B. McKinney Raymond Moody
will be happy to
believe Christmas Is all about. ,
Brian Gassett Mark Jones
answer questions and offer -t
assistance. ; rr Christmas Is surely a time of giving, as Is evidenced by the giving or w
exchanging of many gifts. When we think about Christmas giving we need to xy
> remember. "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that T 'ew.
Teal! Tile f whosoever believeth on him should not perish but have everlasting life, "er .
: (John 3:16)). God gave that we might believe on His Son and have a place In
& Carpet y :' Heaven. However If we reject what He gave.. we have a place in Hell. ..

131 N. Cherry St. / Christmas must needs be a time for receiving for no one can give a gift V r
Starke, Florida unless It Is received. The Bible says that the Gift God gave---His Son, Jesus--
y Baal, d. "came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as many as received him,
964-7423 to them that believe on Ed Adams Greg Alvarez
to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even
Duane Runnells Tim Jonesyj' his name: Which were born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh nor of

r" ----,1, ,..-T '" the will of man, but of God." (John 1:11-13)) s
a time as evidenced on the of many
1/2 SALE In S H app iChrisdtmas on OfihlPPinedss. be shortlived to facie real Joy and '

., : Peace this Christmas, why not right now receive the greatest gift ever given,
Man UzMtvW.mlyTonv>LlndiHairpSanoa .'A_ The Lord Jesus ChV'lst Jesus loves us and Invites us to believe In Him. If
you have not made this commitment, you should right now receive Jesus Christ ,
Q' r as your personal Savior. If you have Just now received Him..you can know the 7
\1i'fr. 1 '" !, real Joy of Christmas for the first time. For those of us who already know
; ,I $' Him---may we be drawn to a closer walk this Christmas. + +W
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"a : ., / Jr James Gassetty U'Donoghuey
.. We thank God for the opportunity He has given us to serve your building -r g
Bill Rehberg Tim DuddlngjfitarlaJacksonft supply and hardware needs---we also thank Him for allowing us to share Jesus t. --*, )
Christ with you after all.. without -Christ there would be no Christmas. .

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Mon-Sil e Otter Eiplnt DM.31

PERMS .. .. tY "
BIM Jackson Joyce Moody
M.n*Women. Body or Curtw ton
8.g. '40.00 .... .. .. NOW AU 'j Wayne Bergman

Men Woman*Rat..(tog.HAIRCUTS$14$14. . .. .. NOW*J-f/ -T -- y

M.nI*Women FROSTING. SOn* i I k 0 t; tr-? f:

Roy $40 .. .. .. . MOW CU _

.* All Haircolor *.

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Tim Moody Mike Chappel Buddy Engel Buy Jackson Blake Jackson Greg Jackson Melissa Jackson Donnto Thomas Donald Thornton Jimmy Thomas

C+s "Now' 9644645Stark..


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1 New York girl dies in crash. that, causes power outage. Nature's Kounlry Harbour

An 11.- ear-old girl was killed Sunday forward inside the motor- home and Williams. Damages to the Power Late Sunday night about 1,5pole ((formerly Farmer's Basket) /SR 21 North
afternoon when her father fell she suffered fatal trauma to'the wercLC&Uraalfid at,...m., homes were still without! power.fBt" .
asleep at the wheel and drive into a head, neck and face, according: to' -- ... '
power pole in Starke. according to Paramedics Cliff Chapman.and Dan WIWmr. __ Seafood for the Holidays
Trooper Clark L. Williams. Cuddington. .
Jennifer Rose Halty of Long The mother Glenda F. Halt *1.28Lb.
Beach N. Y. was killed when her suffered a broken ankle and is listed JO ANN'S CATFISH, '
family's 1983 Country Squire motor in fair condition in Alachua General
home ran off US-301 near Market Hospital. The father and driver 9/ 1.78Lb.,
Road in Starke and hit the power Raul K. Halty, 46, was not injured. 't2i A, Speciality Gift Shop : RED BASS
pole said Homicide Investigator D. Ralph, 9,wap! slightly injured. tIW :
C. Roberts The impact threw her The motor home was totaled,said i Shrimp Grouper Rounder
We eflend holiday greetings and with everyone a happy,healthy,and, Red More
prosperous 1985.Thank you for your patronage In 1989 we look for-
I HoJidayswill claim 15 lives ward to serving you In 193$.JOAnn Pat,Jessie and Theta Merry Christmas from
(904)) 964.8347 .
i / Frank.,. Doris, Helen... and Terry
The Florida Highway Patrol I I It is predicted that IS persons will I
released its prediction concerning!: die on Florida's streets and I
highway traffic deaths for the upcoming highways during the Christmas holiday
Christmas and New Yearnsholiday I period. This amounts to one T. 1IUANTITY RIGHT 'RESERVEDBeer
period. Both holidays are I death every two hours throughoutthe
likely to claim a total of 24 lives 30 hours period beginning 6 p.m.
many as a result of alcoholrelatedaccidentt Tuesday December 24 and ending Wine Mixers

.-- midnight Wednesday. December 23.:.. ....._ ..I!__ ..._ ftL__ _... .._________-1
,d_ u'd wide tu onup ai ft numeuwmu'

< and Homeoperated Price Wise store.

beautiful ways to sayrlerry Check Our Many In-Store Specials

p i ? Cahrislnas 9 y 'AD GOOD THROUGH JANUARY 1, 1986 I

t ISA tlllmmJl I) Bourbon Ten High Rich&

NEW 1.75
Ancient Ram

CAR or TRUCK A e 11 9 9 t. Canadian O.F.C. 750 : Relska Vodka Gordons
FROM r 64 ,' 1.75 LTR

779 13 99 RR
TerwillegarMotors 10 88 779
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fri ;: : '- Warney ; Calvert Old Courvoisier V.S. Cream Irish
SmugglerScotch Andre

tI Adkinson RHen oN, co Extra Champagne. L 750 750 I
;. Your Friendly 1.75 750 99 4 9
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Ford Salesman I Rum 'YW"" 12 99 :
1399 299-
Wishes you and Your FamilyA 41279 /
Merry Christmasand '"' (b_


Happy. .... New Yearl! N Model A Lounge .. 301 Liquors .".' Oasis Lounge
Highway ;21.North! '. ::' ,. 1 Mile North' of .S _.II 3 Miles! forth' ofWaldo'on'U.S. ;
Keystone Heights f' Starke on U.S. 301 30V I

473-9627 964-7771 468-9461

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The Staff .

of the Bradford County Telegraph, Lake Region,

Monitor and the Union County Times

t' Wish You and Yours A Happy Holiday Season



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December 24. 1/85 SECTION Pare, ,

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.- CLASSIFIED NOTICE Starke Area Want Ads

mltt.d to tho Bradford should County be.ub. : t, ,

T.I.graph offlc. In writing and paid In ---- -
advance unl... cr.dlt I. FOR SALE .t-'_ j
."abU.h.d olr.ady FOR SALE FOR RENT I
with this of ilc..


CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Traveler with 20 ft. owning, fully self- 6 mos. old. $500. 964-4402 or 9647138. Mobil Homes and spaces for rent. ruJilICJiJr
THE TELEPHONE contained, price nag 5332411. Call 12/26TF Recreational vehicles welcome; Phone
Minimum charg.It M words for$2.75. oft.r 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn JENNIE LINN CRIB with mattress. Excellent 9647498. 9/16 tfn (! \

th.n 10 cunts for each word >n.r
offer 964-6464 eves. 12/26 2tchg 1/2 ments. Electricity Included. Low weakly ,
-r Llmerockt Fill Dirt SEVERAL console, 58" '
ITEMS stereo monthly rotes. Palms Apartments,
Early Deadline
20 yd. .semi-load only long; Tappan got stove, oyster white 2314 N. Tempi Ave. tfn .
Clas if|.d Ad D.adlln. will Phone 782-9172 5/23tfchg with black glass door; gold rings. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 PHONE t'U.7n'

b. FRIDAY NOON for the STORK Doublewlde BOUGHT Horn Furniture Center for located sot. at 782-3212. after p.m. 12/26 2tchg 1/2 BA Butler opt.Apts.For more 496-3141.Information call Lake SOS N. Temple, ta&".

n.jtt two woki bcaus of North on 301 Lowt.y, Flo. (thl. Is not NEWSPAPER Measures 24x36"PLATES. 25 cents: Aluminum.each. Great Housing. 6/7 tfnchg Equal Opportunity CECiLIA TERWILLEGAR .

L- the Hollday Don't forget| trailer furniture) 6/13 tfnchg for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS at 314 N.
FOR SALE: Store bought furniture for
135 W. Call St. 9646305. Temple Ave. In downtown Stark..
sale at Olin. Home Center located on $50-$73/week Including utilities. No r
COPY MACHINES Conon-for rent or
Highway 100 West. This Ii Is not trall.r deposits required. 964.5139 or I
sale. Canon home copier, $799;
MOBILE HOMES furnltur. 6/13 tfnchg home office $999 Canon office 9646566.103 TF
WHOLESALE or copier, ; Merry
TRAMPOLINES giant round 2 BR MOBILE HOME close
for as to city. No
Rent to
$1399. own
FOR copier
14 ft., galvanized, $289.95. Christmas
little as $45 per month. OFFICE SHOP pets, $190 a month plus deposit. Call
layaway., $25 down. 1.752-1999 Lak. 468-1323.
10/3 TF
110 W. Call St., Stark. 964.5764.221tfn ChristmasOne
FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobil. Homes In City. 10/24 10tpd 12/23 LARGE MOBILE HOME LOT Concrete

good to ...c. cond. $2700-4500 each SINGER ATHENA 20001 Touchton electronic ELECTRONIC ORGAN: $49.99 per month. polio water furnished, close to prison
Som. sewing machine, makes all fan. 95mo. 964-7530 4681323. 10/3 TF
with A.C. Pine M.H. Park No down payment. Call 9646946. tfn or
"96.2366.25 tfnchg. cy stitches and buttonholes. R.g. $899 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS As Iowa, TWO BEDROOM 1 bath house In town. and All!

15 USED MOBILE HOMES Make offer on balance due $327 or $20 p.r month $14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tin Call 904-437-3308 between 8:30-5:30:
on. or all. Olln'i Mobil. Horn Sol... good cr.dlt. Will deliver. COLOR TV: $99 and up. Next to Stark Mon-Frl.' 11/28TF
904-964-5606 6/6 tfnchg 17251997. 12/12 4tchg 1/3 Truck Stop, south of Stark 9648212. TWO HOMES ON LAKE GENEVA Both
1978 2xtO MICROWAVI OVEN Tappon family 2BR unfurn. $425/mo and $285/mo.
Gu.rdon Stotler, 2BR, bath, 11/24 tfnfllIEWOODI
size, 5 yr. warranty. L.ft In layaway 1-786-6044 Jax. 12/5 12/26 PREFERRED PROPERTIES
v.ry good condition, clean, unfurnish scrap oak and pine, no
ed. 5500. 9647512. 10/3 TF still month.In box Balance $237, or $20 p.r nails. 18 In. 12 In. $15 per load. Oak NO DEPOSITS utilities furnished 1BR 438.37 acres near Alachua County IIn., $1,000/acr
24x45 DW 3 Free delivery. 17251997. ARC apartments with kitchens, located nextto
on ocr. 3BR, 2Ba, CH/A. 4x4x27" / cord. $35. Bradford
$29,500. Phone 964-8399. TF 12/12 4tchg 1/3 9647699. 11/21 TF Tenneco station In downtown e330 acr*. bordering SR 230

OWNER MUST SELL Land and horn. RCA XL100 25" COLOR R.mot. TV, $799 TRAVEL TRAILER 1980 Coachman Deluxe Starke. $50-$75 per week. Call Will dlvld, owner financing

$250 down, owner financing.. originally. Balanc. $348 or $28 per 32 ft., $5,000. Call 468-1000 after p.m. 964-5139 days or 964.6566 eves. 12/5TF
1.752.8062.12/5 4tchg 12/26 month. Fr. delivery. 17251997. 12/5TF TWO ROOM furnished efficiency In 50 ocr.., 3 BR. 3 bath horn, 4 chlck.n

LEASE WILL BUY OPTION No cash need- GELDING 12/12 4tchg 1/3 TRAMPOLINES boat shelters, portable Lawtey. No children 782-3458.12/19TF houses, 260000. owner financing at 10%
.d. Several models.) 17528082. 12/5 registered 4 yr. old buildings. Financing available. Handle ONE ft TWO BR APARTMENTS: 606 W.
4tchg 12/26 quorterhorse gelding with tack $750. House Portable Buildings 301 S., Madison St. 9648431. 12/19TF .45 acre., cedar home. $145.000

MUST SELL! I 1985 REPOS $400 down or Must ... to appreciate. 9644570. Stark., 9648848. 12/54tchg 12/26 ONE BR APARTMENTi CH/A, furnished 37.5
12/19 2tchg 12/24 acres, 4BR, 2% bath home, $144,475
or unfurnished available Near
trade anything. 17528082. 12/5 'chg FLASHING LARGE ROLLS OF HAY newly cut Bahla.
12/26 ARROW SIGNS 50% off I $25 496-3050 after 5 12/12 town and schools. 9648601. 12/19TF 36.43 acre. Brownl. Rd
$269 compl.t. ea. p.m. $82,322, owner financing
Lighted non-arrow TWO LARGE 2 kitchenette utilities
MUST SELLS 1983 Fleetwood MH 4tpd 13"PETTY -room :
$249.: Unllghted $199. Fr.. I.tt.r. S.. furnished. Underwood Motel 3'/t .29 acres, CR 22$ well
3BR 2Ba CH/A, cathedral c.lling.and Sidewalk BOONE": Call 964-7345 from 8.5 septic, $1600/acre
gard.n tub. Excellent condition. 800-423-0163 window sign solel) days or 964.6697 eves. 12/12 3tpd miles North of Stark. 12/19TF 15% down 10% owner financing 20 ,ra.
anytime. 800.628.2828 4
9644155. 12/124tpd1/3 12/26 DUPLEX bath CH/A,$325

1966 MOBILE HOME good shape, 3 BR, PEACOCKS.xt. 504. fcam 1985 246 hatch. $20 mal., $10 HAY FOR SALE Argentine Bahla grass, per mo. Includes water $150 security 20.15 acres, well, septic, barn, $50,000
deposit. No Inside
$2.500. 964-8484. 12/12TI female. large rolls, no rain. $25 per roll at pets.
4962015. Itpd 12/26 14.5
at Graham
acres $1625/acre
farm. Maurice Edwards, Jr., 9647376. 12/192Ichg12/2. ,
BEDROOM In large home near Hampton
:.. 12/19 4tpd 1/9
10.5 acres at Graham $1625/acr.
$125 per month Incl. utilities and kitchen ,
ROLLS OF HAY Buy your hay now and
ERA store It In my barn until you need It. privileges. 468-2515. 12/26TF e 10 acres, south of Waldo $25,000
TIFFIN & MOBILE HOMEi 3 bedroom. $225
6Vi miles N. of Starke on 16, toward
month. No Call 964.5251 after 5
prison Bahla $20/roll, Alicia pets. AND STONE on 230E 54900.

$23-$25/roll at barn. Delivery avail RENTALS p.m. 12/26TF AVAILABLE $150 month NEARLY NEW 1900 sq. ft. cedar and stone home, Lakewood,
for extra charge. Call 782-3727 after Sp.m per
and up. Call Susan F. Reddish Brok.r.Own.r
or 9646167. 12/5TF at 964-5065"or 964-4048 TF KINGSLEY LAKE: 3BR, 2Ba home plus 2BR IBa home and dock
IB OAK FIREWOOD cut split and CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On living
I 964-5065 quarters.
delivered. cord. Rick's lawn
$75 per Highway 16 W. Close to prison.
Service. 473-4512. 4tchg 12/5-26 964-7530 or 468.1323.10/10 Tfchg COUNTRY CLUB: 4BR 2Ba brick, assum. mortgage of 50000.

TWO OR THREE BR mobile home, adults 8.75% owner will hold 2nd mtg.

REALTOR .... SEVERAL and ITEMS matt 2,.typewriters.. with headboard, box springs only 964-7619.il/14TF no Inside pets. 964-8614 or BARGAIN: Frame home 2 acres swimming pool, 15000.

,r passes'' 12x15 brown/multi rug baby chest THREE BEDROOM 1 bath block home SOME OF OUR"S-O-L-D" PROPERTIES4BR

-'- gas heater Raymond Hunt 94-535. $350/mo. Edwards Rd. ((100A). 2Ba lot 7, The Woods Country Club, 120000.
OUR PROFESSIONAL Itpd 12/26 9645606. 11/21 TF
1227 E. CALL Home, best excellent
TWO OR THREE BR apartment all area financing.
LOSTFOUNDLOST utilities paid. $300 per month. 106 N. .245 ACRES on Santa Fe River, Union County, rolling country.

Located on Hwy. 301 one block South of SR.100 Church St. Can be shown anytime. LARGE LOT at Country Club $8,000.

RED MARE HORSE mane clipped 9648556. 12/123tchg 12/26 PASTRY SHOP: 138 Call St.
--:-- back hoof old and split. If found call available. Temple Motel, 9647357. BRICK DUPLEX: Rented with positive cash flow.
s Thank you for your patronage during 1985. :? Jail House In Storke. 8/8 tin
12/12TF BRICK HOME: 3BR 2Ba on 2'/t acres NW 54th Ave.
I We look foward to serving you in the coming year. LOST OR STRAYED Black with white FOUR BEDROOM unfurnished house.
chest and bushy toll. Cross between BETHEL CHURCH RD: 3BR, lBa frame on two acres.
S350/mo. 315 M. Walnut St., 9648404.
William D. Tif/en President Shepherd and Collie. Answers to 12/124tchg 13CARS 624 WALNUT ST: 3BR 2Ba, owner transferred.
Jasmine. Has collar naming owner e2 V ACRES: Crawford Road.
Susan F. Reddish Manager w/phone. Reward offered 9646300.
I Irene L. Fqulfener Associate 12/26TF & TRUCKS SAMPSON CITY ROAD: Brick home 3BR, 2Ba nearly new.

. .. 1331 BLANDINGt 1Ba, Investment opportunity.
Lee Harden brook *Jjj *1! Associate HELP WANTED .MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY: 1982 Corvette FRAME "AS IS" home on SR 16 West.

Lou Young Associate loaded with extras. Beautiful' car. Bestoffer.
511 E. WASHINGTON home: also lot on corner, Rd. 230.
Robert Matthews Associate FULL TIME REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE: 9648809. 10/10 TFchg
Scholarship available) ERA Tiffin and THUNDERBIRD. 1981 Ford royal blue, all .FORMER MAJIK MARKET: Hwy 301 & Adkins St.

Suzanne Kitchens ... Associate Owens, Inc. Realtor 221 W. LayfayetteSt. white Int., AC cruise/ tilt steering AT .N. 301 to NW 25 Circle left 1/4 mile 2BR 1 Ba on one acre.

Carol Warner Property Manager 964.5065 7/4 tfn with overdrive. 7.000orlg.. miles. One GOING BUSINESS in Lake Butler.
TYPISTS $500 weekly at home. Write owner Call 533-2403 after 6 p.m. TF CORNER LOT Bessent Road and
a; Marilyn Hardenbrook Secretary P.O. Box 975 Elizabeth NJ 07207. TF 19" BRONCO 302 V8. Stan trans, : Mimosa.
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND radial RVT's, whit. spoke rims, flare 214 W. MIMOSA: Off Bessent, very nice brick 2BR 2Ba.

RESIDENTIAL HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Do you knowwh.r. kit, completely rebuilt and painted no STRAWBERRY ACRES: lovely brick home 28R 2Ba on 4.9 acres.
rust. Exc. cond. $4,250.782.3660. TF
you can find a part-time careerIn * *
IMAGINE a nice looking 3 bedroom 1 bath house for 31000. plumbing carpentry, masonry, CONVERSION VAN 1982 Ford 6000.
HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED to restore a two-story home of yesterday? We metal fob and heavy equip oper. that 964-4956 days or 964-8369 eves. 12/19 > EVENINGSBILL

have one for you. offers a steady paycheck, promotion 2tchg 12/24 DODD 964.7408 TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319

*JUST OFF BESSENT RD: 4 or 7 acres with well-built brick veneer 2 bedroom 2 skill training life Insurance, and a GI 1912 CADILLAC Sedan DeVllle. loaded IRVING CLARK,JR. 964-7188 JOHN GREENE 533.2121

bath home and many extras. bill for college? In the 202 Civ Eng Sq. 60.000 miles. $3,400. 964-4956 days or WAYNE DOUGLAS 964-6593 NOVIS WARD 964.7454
964-8369.1. 12/19 12/24
*VERY GOOD OWNER FINANCING 3 bedroom, 1 bath CB home on 1 acre, Fla. Air National Guard. These are 2tchg
For more Info call FORD PICKUP 1970 '/. ton 302 VB CYNTHIA KURIMAY 964.7408 RANDY CORY 475-2597
military positions.
move In Immedial.ly.NICE
miles of road beautiful MSG Carl Slevers, Jr., Mon-Fri. Callcollect 9646258. 12/19 2tchg 12/24
3 BEDROOM 1 bath appro 2 out city paved 9045333386. JOIN AMERICANSAT 1914 COURIER 1800. 964-7724. 12/19
fireplace, sunken LR.
2tchg 12/26
11/28 1/2
*ONLY S24.000: Two bedroom, 1 both, move In now I THEIR BEST.
needed at
*HANDY WORKER: Fix this one up for good Income potential. Low investment NURSING Whispering ASSISTANTS Pines Care Center CallSusan MOTORCYCLES I

gets you started.EVERYTHING Cook at 9646220. 12/5TF
for the right person 1440 sq. ft. mobile home, over 5 acres of EXCELLENT INCOME for part-time home I I12192Ichg226
fruit trees fish pond workshop Is big extra. assembly work. For Info. call 1911 RM 80 SUZUKI $350. 9647724. R&J'SSAWZIIO?

*SLEEP WELL! in this dream home at a dream price, almost 1800 sq. ft., huge 504641.8003, *xt. 9579. 12/54tpdow I
screen porch fireplace, over 1 ocr. lot, loaded with extras, only 68000. 1/16
*LOVELY COUNTRY ESTATE! This Immaculate 3BR 2 bath veneer features TRUCK DRIVERS I Drive with pride I Apply HOMES Worthington Springs 496.2534

beautiful interior decor, highlighted by brick fireplace large kitchen complete In person at POOLE TRUCK LINE. FOR SALE 'I

ly equipped 2 car garage barn and workshop on 9.74 acres fenced and cross- 2241 Detroit Blvd., Pensacola Fla.
fenced with shrub-lined driveway. Excellent landscaping completes picture. Must live within 200 miles of Pn- I
BEST VALUE: Highly motivated seller has reduced price from $48,000 to sacola. EOE. (Icon 242 3 BR I'/i BA HOME Saratoga Hts.. corner Sales & RepairsChain
lot. Enclosed CH&A. Phone
$35.000 for quick sole on this 3 BR, both CB with family room fireplace and garage, |
964-8652. 3/21 tfn
separate dining room on 1.65 acres plus many more. r'I
WOODEN HOUSEi20x20 tin roof, block. j jed
*APPLE OF YOUR EYEi This 3BR home with 5 acres includes many extras suchas tfn <1
: deck around house, 2 stall barn with 30 ft. corral greenhouse, 5 ceiling Bargain Center, Inc. up ready to move$500 431-1050
CI HOMEi 2BR, 1 bath, good location j Saws & LawnmowersWe
fans. Assumable 1st mortgage, owner will finance. I and condition. $3.500 down. Baloon I 1 .
EXCELLENT VALUEi fireplace, cedar siding large chain link fenced yardin 5 ,
cozy 18.000 at 12%. $300 per mo. Balance
the Kingsley Lake area lust 36000. Electrical ft Plumbing yrs. Some parts neg. to fit budget. I 1 Will Be Closed Dec. 24, 25, 26
IMAGINE I You could own this beautiful brick home with massive stone I Mobile Home Supplies t 964-8251 (keep trying). 11/28 TF ,

fireplace, family room and fenced In back yard close to town, on paved road. Paneling ft Cabinets THREE BEDROOM, 2 bath home, CH/A. | OPEN: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00: :
*DON'T MISS THIS UNUSUAL HOME VALUE pool large fireplace, fully equipped I 2 Commercial Icemakers FP, telling fans, Ig. screen porch on 6
kitchen formal living room extra large workshop and utility room on one Makes 350 Ibs. a Day acres with pecan trees. In city on 8:00 -1:00
Saturday : :
very pretty acre. Priced at only 68000. Capacity Geiger Rd. near Southslde Elem. .
Lake, with owner financing for qualified 69500. Phone 964.5876.12/STF
*INVESTORS 2 MH rentals, Kingsley
buyer. Check our TERMS. QUALITY FOR LESS LOG HOMES Over 40 rustic models to
and brick fireplace, extra choose from. Send for free brochur. --- --
.JUST LISTED: Country home with large living room
large two car garage screened in back porch and separate storage shed all on 964-M79 US 301 South'' Honest Abe Log Homes, Rt 1, Box 84CF
Moss, Tenn. 38575. 18002313695.

five*UNIQUE acres of CEDAR lovely HOME land. the country, separate cypress storage area on 10 '"l __ ___ J..... fcan 244 :w

1/4 acres, good fishing and hunting area also! I
#-Waterfront access 4BR 2Ba I CAMMNTIII
BUILDING LOTS AND SMALL ACREAGE block home on Little Santa F* Lake. Janet M.
*LAKE YOU'LL LIKE Now Is the season to buy: 146'on lovely sand bottom clear Oak shaded 1.5 ac. lot. Enloy the

swimming lake. Cottage needs work but priced to sell. Call nowl! quiet and privacy here. StarlingR.altor RODNEY L. CARMICHAEL
lake, zoned for mobile
*LOVELY LOT REDUCED Post Keystone Heights on 1422-5 ac. farmette, 1V4 miles to I Maintenance e Repair,
home; buy now while priced to sell.FARMS town pecan and fruit trees, corner'property
AND ACREAGE and paved rd. Carpentry& Plumbing
' FROM IT ALL on own 20 acres, minutes from 301 Owner financing I ".87 Free Estimates W.
.r *AWAY your 1420-55 ac. with new 3BR 2Bo brick t 'JUST REDUCED from $24,000: :

::. makes It easy. home East on SR 100.Owner will split acres with well septic, and 35 ft.
t';)' *READY TO MOVE ON over 9 acres with well and septic and assumable more and sell acreage.f4149 pool $16.500.HOUSE .

tgages. Call today. oc farmette, 3BR IBa home, .' U MOVE Make offer
*APPROX. WOOD ACRESi with paved rood frontage. .i workshop mobile home and MH '1.' ACRES with older home, HOMES BEAUTIFUL ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED

COMMERCIAL hookup. fronts SR 1006.f beautiful pecan trees 48000. 219 E.CALLSTSTARKEJFL.
:i *COMMERCIAL PROPERTY for the Investor or operator. Good commercial 399-3 BR, IBa block home In town "1.6 ACRES) 12x60 MH $15,000. OF NORTH FLORIDA .

I frontage' In low tax area. CALL TODAY fenced yard central heat must see, I 10" ACRES Older home and DW, 964 6766
*FOUR RENTAL UNITSi reported good Income. extras Included. mobile home, $47,500. .
*COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOTS and acreage In town. Good 02.Small home In Ralford newly '11 ACRES Well septic tank FIREPJACES1I..il

terms for qualified buyers. remodeled Inside. Good starter pond/open air barn. $33,500 ;'..
I Ir home or rental Investment, 12500. '1 ACRES $12.500; 10 ACRES r -_ ..
Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR. 1398-20 ac. 4BR 2Ba stucco home I. $25.000. Excellent Terms. NNYI
t Sales Manager-Evenings'''' ''041'f mobile home hookup pasture, pecan ....7 ACRES Well septic tank 17x35

REALTOR ASSOCIATES tree s463.000. J i Tollman pool fenced/cross-fenced.I Ii -
945142Suianne ,:
,'t: :t Kitchens Ir.II.l.,....7630 Faulkner Bob M tthew. '*''-7211 See our cemmertlel properties I i .$25.000. sNUtsEas
; creage, reslaenrlel listings. OFFICE 4 ACRESi Hwy 225 A. 12500.
, I Lou Young 94-7525 le. SPACI FOR RSNT-N..cCcHiflhau: >*. ..es Ac. Paved frntg. 12500. .
; N.Temple *
.. CUT.BRICK & ; '
! : HARDENBROOK '\ Ac.iS50.000. wstocco 6 .
473-714 '" tBR 21A In the Country. $29,900. cooorv4 0'1' WINDOWS t



. Carol Warner-REALTOR ASSOC. Ml.xley MIS.Lewtey FOR HOMES
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NEED A TUTORri All subjects, K 8, C.r.flll.d ---- -----
LETTERS FROM HOME I Send sell to the lake Region Monitor office
T.ach.r, 533.2901 ofter 7 p.m. TF BUSINESS FOR SALE $10.000 addressed, stamped envelope for in In writing and paid In advance Flashing arrow signs 50 percent of II I
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free down. OWNER will finance and supply formation/application. Associates, unless credit Is already establishedwith $269 complete. Lighted Nnn.arrow LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE. OF PROPERTY
estimates Handy-Man Fence Co. merchandise on consignment. Box 95.B, Rosselle. NJ 07203. lOtpd this office.MONITOR $249 Unlimited $199. (Free letters!) If I don't have It. I'll find It- Just
Owner Tommy Reddish. 964.8559. tin 1.904.373.191711/28 TF 12/12.2/13 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD See locally Sidewalk, window sign ask. JANt S. USHER REALTOR.
WANT TO DRINK EUREKA LOG HOMES INC.l fulfills the HELP WANTED Port time attendant RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN salel. 1(800)4230163( ) anytime 496 2126 or 496 2903, eve*. YOUR
THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS American Dream. Your own business elderly' sitter 473.2955 or 4732881. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 1(800)628( ) 2828, ext.504. It 12/12 UNION COUNTY REALTOR." .tin .
WANT TO STOP Plants -- --
for 12/26 at Martin' Fruit Farm Apples and
and a beautiful EUREKA LOG THE
THAT'S OURS only S19.000. Call FREE 1.800.643.8344. "JOIN THE WINNING TEAM" We need 3 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75 pears $2.80 to $5; grapes $2 to $3; nee. INSURANCE
Alcoholic Anonymous9U.4150.964.6S94.164.6219 fcan 243LIFETIME sales associates who have above then 10 cents for each word thereafter torlnes, peaches and plums $2.25.;
OPPORTUNITY! Become port of average expectation of earnings and blueberries $2; redbud dogwood MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY: 160 S.
pd thru "/15 golden rain and crepo rnyrtlo $4. Closed Lake Butler, 4963978.
MLM Company that ho. o consumable wish to receive above average oppor Early Deadline Lake Avenue
GLASS CUT TO ORDERi Doors, window., for women that sells Itself on tunities. Watson Realty Is expandingand Sundays 497.2621; Ft. White. 12/5 Complete Insurance Service, tin
.tc.. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, product rebate basis) Call for Interview .Is offering extensive' training programs Classified' Ad Deadline will 4tchg. 12/26
964 6078. Orders also tak.n In Lake 305.973.9292. Icon 247 and full time management. Expect be FRIDAY NOON for the Beauty Shop Equipment Two dryers, FOR RENT
Butler 496.3079 and Keystone Heights, to "WIN WITH WATSON".Call for hydraulic choir wet sink station. All or
473.4973. 2/26 tin next two because of 12/19
confidentall Interview. 473 4816. Dean port Call 496.0091. itchy
BULLDOZER Wanting to do bulldozer Want Ads Get Results Weaver Itchg 1226PERSONAL ,the Holiday Don't forget I TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
work, Hove 2 bulldozer & looking lor HELP WANTED RENTt Union CountyTime. 150
work. 9645606. 7823333. Ask for SERVICES Main Street Lake Butler. Phone
Mark 8/8 tin FOR RENT 496.2261 for Information tin
PAINTING B REMODELING! quality workat Job Overseas Big money fast $20,000to Three bedroom house Two blocks from
on affordable price. For a free LAND FOR SALEONE CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work RENT $50.000 plus per year. Call lake $250 month $50 security deposit.Call .
ettlmate, 964.8B09. 10/10 TFchg kitchen cabinets and trim carpentry. HOMES FOR 2 or 3 bedroom 1(317)639( ) B 00. Ext. 8008. 12/122Ipd. 496 2751 12/19 tfnchgI9B4 .
SEPTIC TANKS PUMPED and drain lines Reasonable prices. Call 473.4018 after 4732931. 4tpd 12/5.26 12/24 Mobile home furnished 3
relald. Bradford for 10 ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road. no LAKEFRONT Mobil. home. 2 BR 2 BA. Government Jab In
Serving County down $75 Coll 5:30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg $59,230yr.Now bndroom 2 baths on 3 acre yard
Bradford Tank Service. payment per mo. year round. 473.4186.3tchg 12/19.1/2 hiring. Call 1(805)6876000( Ext island ,
years. Septic 964.5606. 10/4 tfn CARPET AND VINYL Repairs and In..tallallon. ) Ratford AC fireplace' range
9648121. 10/17 TFchg LOTS I ACREAGE 20 down .. Fr. ..tlmol... Ten year FURNISHED MH Melrose area. Has R.1136 for current federal list. 12/19 garden tub pool. $300 per month. First
HONEST RELIABLE person to do balance In five ,percent experience. Call 473.4217 and ask for porch on one. acre. Responsible coupleor 8ipd. 26Carpenter month plus $200 security deposit In ad.
financing by
references year bachelor preferred. $175 per month needed Must be 4311843. 12/19
housecleonlng. Have Craig. 5/17 tfnchg dependable. vonce. Call 431.1133 or
9646853. 12/13 tfn.
4311010. 12/5 12/26 plus deposit or 4752694. Call 7525152. Itchg. 12/24
4tchg ACRE LOTS: Pleasant Grove Settlement. FURNITURE AND ANTIQUE refinlshlng. 12/19 tfnchg 2tchg. 12/26
DAY LABOR FOR HIRE If you need help 3500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. Call Hand rubbed oil finishes Call Joe Mobile Home Two bedroom furnished.
around the house or on the job, call 964.5606. 1/03 tin 4732521. Stpd 11/7.12/26 CARS-TRUCKS on shaded lot. Water and sewer furnished
964.5139 days or 964.6566 eves. ONE ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY BABYSITTER .IN OAK FOREST AREA $35 FOR SALE Near Worthington Springs.
Reasonable doily rates. 12/5TF ROAD $3.000, no down payment $70 weekly or $1 hourly Hours 66. -- $120 month Coll 4963907. Itchg
SEWING MACHINE REPAIR All makes mo. Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn 4732931. 4tpd 12/5-26 MUST SACRIFICE Hammond 5000 series 1978 Plymouth Trallduster 4x4 Power 12/24 '
cleaned oll.d and adjusted, $15. Used LOT per IN CITYi $6.000. Call 964.5764; after PRESSURE WASHING Removes dirt organ with double keyboard base steering and brakes, A/C convertible
sewing machines for sole. James 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn mildew peeling paint from homes, pedals and rhythm .section $795. Call hard top 15.2. mile per gallon. $2500, MOBILE HOMES
Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and Hwy driveways, mobile homes Call Rick473.2452.4tchg 473.2210 weekdays or 473.4648 firm. Call 275 2776. 12/24 2tchg. 12/31
16. Starke. 9648733. I2/5TF 12/5.26 weekends for appointment to see tin
1970 12x64 Three bedroom two full
give references. 964.7916. 12/19 3tpd Truck mounted deep steam extrac dition. 1000. Cherry mahogany. dow baths, AC plywood, $5,500.floors Call very nice Powell's, win.,
1/2 tion. SPECIAL Half olf on Scotchguard. Phone 4733752. tfnchg 829MISCELLANEOUS
CHILD CARE loving experienced. Hot Need C 8 B CARPET CLEANING Government Homes from $1 (U repair). 4963377, 12/19 2tpd. 12/26
fenced Former teacher. Also delinquent tax property. Call
meals, yard. Keystone Heights
Bonnie 964.5177. Itpd 12/26 Custom 473.7770 8056876000.( ) Ext. GH.1136, for infor PERSONAL SERVICES'
SEMI DRIVER TRAINING Earn big bucks- Draperies? Floors stripped and waxed motion. 12/19 8tpd. 2/6
drive big trucks. DOT. certification 3tpd 12/12.26 PAC RAT. Buy. Sell and trod. Used furniture Firewood Oak and pine Call Thomas
Local and national job placement Call Loin Stephens.19i0071 appliances, household Items, Nettle at 496.3823. tfn 12/22
assistance. Correspondence/Resident collectable, glassware, old (ewerly, .. .. -
training. Eligible Institution for Federal IK -1! (; LAND FOR SALE tools, etc 473.2183 tfnchg 7/26 -

Aid GSL. Call 18002519042. UNITED
TRUCK MASTER. Resident LAKE LOT Hillcrest lake. 13500. Subscribe Today I BUY DAD A GARAGE FOR CHRISTMAS
training..Tampa. Flo lean 245 Owner will finance. $164 per month. LAKE REGION MONITOR $
NEW YEARS EVE CHILD CARE 6.30 p.m. 4734367. tfnchg. 12/6 $6\.80 $2766.00 plus set up and tax 02.2.
to 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Included. $15 VACUUM LOT FOR SALE Keystone Heights' readyto 473-2210 MonFls
per child. 9645177. Itpd 1226I move on. Power, well, septic and Down payment
FOUND ITII. Just 3'/. miles east of fence.
6499. 392.0985 or 4733024.
Disney World. 200 room with skiing, SALE Ask for Linda. tfnchg 6/13 4JNii4N0'e0...4FOOe. 12x24 Handi-House garage with mobile home and roll-up

pool heated Jacuzzi the nicest folks) I QUALITY CLEANING door, flooring tongue and groove plywood over 2x6 on 16"
18004320276. MASTER HOSTS INN. NEW & USED MOBILE HOMES : and 20 corrosion
Klsslmmee. fcan 248Cfassfed SERVICE centers over 3 skids, lights, plugs. year
\\c Finance Our Own .. guarantee on aluminum free color matching.

/ / Ads KIKBYS MOBILE HOMES for rent. One or two CARPETS: Home or Office ( Payments based on 48 months with an annual percentagerate

Get Results KUHKKAS ROYALS bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. : Call 473-3857 of 20.75% to qualified buyers, single life & disability in-
$150 month. Call 4737560. 10/10 tin .

IIOOVKKSELKCTROLUX chg ..*......*.....*.*.. eluded. Portable Buildings 15il./it '
MUST SELL) 1985 Repo., $400 down or 964.8848 Handi-House
FILTER QUEENS: trade anything. 17528082. 4tpd Starke
MEN & WOMEN SEARS 12/5-26 301 South _:
17-62 repair all makes needed. Several models. 17528082.
4tpd 12/5-26 TREE SERVICEIs
AI Young'sSince OWNER MUST SELL Land and home
CIVIL SERVICE $250 down. Owner financing.

EXAMSG.E.D. 1957 17528082. 4tpd 12/5.26 WALTERS I

Available If Needed 964.6918 MOBILE HOME for sale by owner large Removal
Positions Start As High As 'Vi acre lot with 12 wide 2 BR. 2 bath *
HOUR Miles north of mobile home. CH/A central water Trimming
$9.22 Starke on US 301ShopBComparell furnished new carpet front and rear Stump Removal
e POST OFFICE e CLERICAL decks, owner financing. 4681323. Firewood

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Free Estimate I
A'Hom.FoOov.mmen'EM.mll )
473.7097 473-7679
Write & Include Phone No.
National Training Service. Inc. Special Insurance for Subscribe Todayl After 5 P.M. (
Mobil. Home Parks UNION COUNTY TIMES _
All types of homeowners 496-2261, Keystone Heights

policies for Licensed&Insured
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FLORILAND Olin's Mobile @@@

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REALTY PlumbingFrom Supplies START 1986 OFF...

964.7700 Elaine M. Olin, Agent I. By Paying Off Your Christmas Kills /
tn N. T.mpl. A... Durrance .' Milh he :.MoneYou :Make Sclliiis L'n- '
V.,.'.r. Odom'.ok..GR' I 964.5606 needed Item! Through Our \Vant Ad*. -o '
Joy Thornton Aiioclato _....... .....".",. -
Pump & Supply CcUS ). cV

.Lat...'/. ac to 1'/ oc- $500. 0 yE;E F: G7
Land on 301 South for lease. 301 North FF l t
\ .Commercial Building. Call for I 964-70 We Drill wells S OBE bet Ads
details. .UN.T.mpl.A.... 61 I G p6 a,1 Classified

2.39 Acres, In city 3 BR, 2 BA, brick End of Season Special StarkeFla. -. 2" to '" .. Stat. Licensed Tats Get Results/

f home, most desired area. Ready to $4995 aTSUJw eO
sell. Call for more details. :Ns1ty
.less than 2 Years Old: Brick home In Inground swimming pools, complete
Installation with filters, motor :So
country with 6 or more acres.
181 Acres, good hunting woods, and free chemicals rhe-e(1 $j)
some owner financing. 100% Financing No Down Payment SUZUKI I OF STARKE r'.,..i3rl tf.y
Florida Stat. Certified
20 Minutes from Gainesville High& CompanyPh. Or IJ .
dry land highway frontage, excellent 399-5685 Anytime Collect \ l U.S. 31 01 South Starke t'kP":"p'/ ,....I{rdrin @
owner financing good 10'.ubdi..ldlng. /
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Tim's Custom Cabinets I I All 1985 Models Slashed in Price... 'Urrlrrrraphf n rre4

*Cabinets Re-Surfacing
before Christmas ...
They must
*All Types Cabinet Work Remodeling go __ _
.' *Also Any Type Drywall Work.
J Save Thousands --
New or Remodeling *Ceiling Design Work Please Send Check Tot Please Send Check Toi Please Send Check Tod

,, Free Estimates .. _. oJ- ._..' Bradford r.O. Co.Drawer Telegraph A Union ISO' W.Co.!Main Time St. Lake Region !Monitor'
L P.O. Box 1171
i I Call 9L .6238 Tim Thompson -- Starke. Fl.32O9I Lake Butler ri J Keystone Ngts.. ....

t- -T- -w LAVERN H. OUTLAW 32094 .13636

;. 0 Broker 964-6305 4)6-22il! ( 473.2210

Bes. 964-5478

Ii I I Carpet (AnY IS *! 895 Scotchgard I $ e REALTOR Aseoclotes' -

Plpaninn .R11v! I ft Is DAVID I. DODGE, MSA KAY C. WATERS Roberts Real EstateR.s.
& Hall) 0 Available D.signatedAppraiser Res. 964-6941

I 964-4522 9645370LINDA 986 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL
Florida .
& Co.
arpet Cleaning Dye

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES OFFERED South 301 Plaza Res. 533-2040 Res. 9647333Appraisals

We specialize In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wall carpet, furniture clean- for .Perm Commercial BusinessYeur PRICE REDUCED a 40. acre Farm NW of Starke pecan groves,
and Inside auto We offer Residence 2 BR frame CH&A, outbuildings and many extras.
Ing detailing. bids on commercial contracts. Quality Full Service Real I Islafe Office* .
.. JUST REDUCEDhouse 4 BR, 2 BA, block home on large city lot.
I work at low, 'low prices. Call now to make an appointment. ucu_

Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice i* We want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for the wonderful Central heat and. air, carport. $49,500..
:acceptance that has been extended to us as a new business In the com COMMERCIAL Prime business location on US 301 with 589
t "' Call 964-4997 Call Happy munity. plus I feet on the highway and 10 acres. 3300 sq. ft. building.rry .
Ort.,"" check Yillow Pages In local phone book All Work Guarantied New We hope that the love and sharing Chrl.tma.1985 may be the spirit I to Call for details.

Leo, carryall of us through a Happy and Successful 1986. 640 ACRES Excellent development property In a rapidly

I. MERRYCHRISTMASANDHAPPYNEWYEARI growing area of Clay county. Priced to sell at less that
i S12oo.ooperocrel'! 'I.

CYPRESS MULCH f/lS4f WATERFRONT 150 plus.minus feet on beautiful Grandin
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y.' ., f .C- MOBILE HOME On a 1 plus-minus acre lot with four out

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December, 1985 SECTION Page
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II: f1ews Briefs I

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Lake Butler Man travelled 32 feet before the right side ed to yield the right of Pearsall ding to Lt.
way. Seay. Penny Shealy left William Clarence Loper of Starkewas rested Dec. 22 for DWLS, accordingto
Injured Dec. 20 made contact with the ground and took evasive action by applying the kitchen to check on the laundry arrested Dec. 22 for driving Trooper D. C. Roberts He was
In Pickup-Semi Crash .1 another 37 feet before it came to rest brakes and swerved to the left but and the fire started while she was. while intoxicated (DWI or DUD,improper released after a $210 cash bond was
facing north, said Pescia. the front of her vehicle struck the gone. posted.
A 32-year-old Lake Butler Williams was taken to Bradford front of the Richards' vehicle. The house, on Brown Still Road off tag and driving while license
man (
suspended DWLS), to
was injured when he was thrown Hospital.The vehicle was totalled in Damage to the vehicles was County road 238A, was engulfed in Patrolman M. D. Spears.according Loper'sblood William James Glennon of Tampawas
from his vehicle in the 1:45 a.m. accident. estimated to be $3,000 to the flames when
I" an accident Dec. firefighters arrived. It alcohol content was .17 arrested Dec. 21 for no
' 20 involving a pickup truck and a Chevrolet and $1,500 to the Datsun. has been added onto several times He was released after a $560 percent. license (NVDL), accordingto
:; tractor-trailer truck. Minor Accident Minor injuries were reported, ac- and part of the house was built from surety bond was posted. Sgt. David Goodner..' He was
Joseph Wilson was taken by 16-225 IntersectionMinor .cording. to Pescia.Providence. I old pine, which burns hot and fast, released after a $75 cash bond was
I' Rescue to Bradford Hospital, according said a fire department spokesman. Ray Charles Smith of Starke was posted.
? to Paramedics Bill O'Neal and injuries were reported in a Home The house is owned by Carlton arrested Dec. 20 for DWLS, accor-
Cliff Chapman, where he was two vehicle accident Dec. 21 at the Shealy, who operates the Sears, ding to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Roger Lee Hall, Jr. of Brookerwas
; treated for facial lacerations, minor intersection of SR-16 and CR-225. Destroyed In BlazeA Roebuck catalog store in Lake Bond was set at $100.75, he was arrested Dec. 20 for DWLS, according -
abrasions and a possible fracture Barbara J. Pearsall, 23, driving a home in Providence was Butler. released on his own recognizance.John to Marshal D. L. Williams.
I,;' arm.Wilson was later transported to 1979 Chevrolet was northbound on destroyed by a fire Saturday night, Six fire departments responded to He was released after a $100.75 cash
Ill; Alachua General Hospital. SR-16 when a 1982 Datsun, driven by according to Union County Sheriff's the blaze, including pumper trucks Louis Williams, 34, of Starke bond was posted.
Wilson, driving a 1984 ford pickup, Joanie B. Richards, 19,attempted to Investigator Gary Seay. from as far way as Alachua County. was arrested Dec. 21 for DUI and
was eastbound on CR-233 two miles make a left turn onto CR-16 from No one was injured in the blaze, DWLS according to Patrolman K. STARKE LANES
north of Starke. Ernest Hansen of CR-225 at 11:30 p.m., according to which started about 7 p.m. from hot Traffic ArrestsIn R. Hinds. Williams' blood alcohol 1512 H. Tempo Avenue 964 6178
I Jacksonville, driving a semi was Trooper Dean Pescia.: !t.chardsa-! '! .greasejjn the,_kitchen! stove, accor-: content was .28 percent. Bond was ..
Bradford set at
southbound $426.75
on US-301. Wilson failed - - CountyThe he was released on his i
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to yeild the right of way and struck own recognizance.
-' following Individuals were arrested -
right rear tandem wheels
of the
in Bradford for traffic
tractor-trailer.The pickup was spun County Manfred Allmann of New York,
counter clockwise throwing the by local authorities. !driving a 19,86 Chevrolet; was ar
driver from the vehicle,according to
I Trooper Dean Peseta. A

dent.Wilson was charged in the acci- ; -tw I

I'[' Damage to the International __ Closed December 24th
,"f tractor-trailer truck was $3,000. The Have A Merry Christmas
1 pickup was listed as totalled. '
Explorer Scout Vicki Thomas also -sp SUNDAY DINNER \ \ Christmas Day Special
responded to the accident. \ 1.00 per game ((1-10'pm)

and Girls
Accident Causes IS BACK'a'! Special

Area Power Outage &"

Power was restored to Florida SERVING FROM 11 am 2 pm 1-5 pm (excluding Christmas &

Power customers and in the Light Lawtey Company, north 'f Our FRIED CHICKEN New Years Day).
Starke and Heilbron Springs area at Models of the Week t\\O\ce OR MEAT LOAF New Years Eve
11:30: p.m. after the 3:15: p.m. acci- Mashed Potatoes Scotch Mixed Doubles Tournment
dent at Market Road and US-301 in with Gravy, Green Beans, House Salad, ti
Starke Dec. 22. Cindy White, Janna Samons ::1 Hot Rolls & Butter Coffee or Tea 10:30: p.m.
Clay Electric members at 1v New Years Day Special

Brooker, Waldo, Raiford, Keystone Tammy Winkler M.50 1.00 per game ((1.10 p.m.)
Heights, Florahome, Maxville) and rI "Forming 1986 Leagues"
some part of Paltka were also affected I I f )
for over an hour. COME JOIN US SUNDAY \ Mixed League 9 pm Tues., Jan. 7

Bob Remley, Clay Electric Direc- a M ECONO Scratch Doubles 3 pm Sun., Jan. 5
tor of Operations, said the accident LODGE For more informationStrawberry
affected the New River substation
which services 12,289 members. ; i e Patch Restaurant Inquire at Control Counter

"We had to redirect the way power U.S. 301 N. Starke 964-7600 or
is feed to New River in order to 41 Call 964-8175
restore service," said Remley. '
According to a Florida Power and \ i'I (Ask for Janet)
1 Light spokesperson, this was not a t I t 1 rr ,; W u fly Have A Merry Christmas
I 'regular' power pole. It was not onlya f '' & Happy New Year
circuit but on the top of the 65 foot
I pole was a high voltage transmission
I line or a conductor. The transmission -
circuit is for the northern part
I of the state and involves several
I counties.
Service was restored successfully
I before midnight after several chur-
ches had candlelight services and \
owners of homes with a fireplace '4 44T
. were really grateful. .,
your h ppln ,, your' ; prosper tty
l'' Lawtey'Man InjuredIn .

Sunday Accident t i oughQUfl
: '
Raymond. 'WilliamsJ'
HV ; ot
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Lawtey received<< serioust&ciM( injuries lit / te. PRICES EFFECTIVE
I in an early morning accident i I BEGINNING THURSDAY, r'o fl o
according to Paramedics JerraiJohnson DECEMBER 26th.
and Clay Sellars. THRU f

Williams, driving a 1977 1 II WEDNESDAY _
Chevrolet, was northbound on SR-16, VI ,
ran off the shoulder and struck a JANUARY 1st. --
concrete driveway. The vehicle
became airborne and struck a small LIGHT Osl
tree and then the gound and became
airborne again, according to ,.
TrooperDean Pescia. The vehicle

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Unaware that the new cavity had
formed under the layer of sand that
supported the drill rig, the workers
resumed work the next morning.The r
thin rock layer soon gave way,
draining sand into the new cavity
and creating an "immense" hole on ayaRO
the surface, 50 feet wide and 30 feet ancient
deep.Dixon. We are featuring our salesladies as models this week. Cindy Is showing a( 0l9ERT AMIIAN
was caught in the middle of "Natchez Trace" sweater and skirt set, solid sweater matches her colorful]
the sliding sand and buried alive. paisley skirt. Janna Is dressed for work or play In a satin look acetate blouse! LORD CALVERT Jge ,

Heavy earthmoving equipmentwas with black "Natchez Trace" pants. Tammy Is wearing a Jumpsuit of 100%
soon brought in and full-scale silk, very appropriate for the holidays. CANADIAN
rescue operations continued for six: KENTUCKY
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hours before his body was found. BOURRONI
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himself 98 :I
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I Lake Butler Hospital, local authorities pass bomb drillThese ...1

are violent times. Almost aware and alert about responding to those notified knew exactly what to more than respond to the threat. -did occur during the drill and disposed!of both bombs.
every day you bear about another an internal disaster if the hospital do and responded prompt to the They had already planted two non- Hospital department heads were --After the drill was over everyone
terrorist attack and bombing ever received a bomb threat,so they threat.Even more fortunately for all explosive bombs in the hospital alerted and given instructions to Involved discussed the occurrencesand
somewhere In the world and at Lake decided to put it to the test. involved, the threat was not real- earlier that morning. They plantedthe visually search their departments clarified procedures that should
Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery On Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 8:46: just a drill.According. bombs in ways that a real looking for suspicious objects or followed in the event of an actual
Center they are preparing for the a.m. a call was received by the hop- to the experts, the bomber might plant them. things not ordinarily found in their emergency
possibility, no matter sital's business department from an hospital was prepared for the They put one bomb in a child's lun- areas. Administrators were successful -
I that such an attack might owdaaybbe irate man who claimed to have emergency and responded ap chbox and hid it in the hospital's in indentifying both 'bombs'as "We are required by the Health
directed at them. planted a bomb somewhere in the propriately. cafeteria,which is open to the public out-of-the-ordinary_ objects. and Rehabilitative Services (HRS)
The hospital a small establish- hospital.The "I think it was an excellent drill," during the lunch hour. The other Department of Licensure to hold frequent -
E ment specializing in, but not limited call was responded to by the said Lt. Larry Cochran, chief bomb was placed in a package at The EOD unit members used a safety drills"said LBH Assistant -
to,delicate hand rebuilding surgery.Dr. Union County Sheriff's Department, criminal investigator for the Union Isler's desk. portable x-ray device to determinethe Administrator Judy Holder.
I A. Moneim Ramadan, owner of Lake Butler volunteer Fire Depart- County Sheriff's Department. It was inadvisable to evacuate contents of the suspected items "We conduct regular fire drills and
.... the hospital, is well known all over ment,Union County Ambulance Service "There will always be some degreeof hospital patients for a drill, but and confirmed the lunchbox and the disaster drill
... the southeastern United States for and the Florida Air National confusion in the real thing, but everything else that would normally package as bombs. Using approved inmthetformeof hurricane in
his work in hand surgery. Guard Explosive Ordinance drills like this help people to know occur if the situation had been real safety procedures. the unit removed; September" _
Bomb threats, with or without the Disposal (EOD) Unit from Jackson- when where and how to respond in a
actual presence of a bomb,are com ville. crisis situation."
mon almost everywhere. The administration The job of an EOD unit is to locate Although the drill was a false
at LBH wanted to make and safely dispose of explosive alarm, the threat was carried out
sure that they could protect the devices. very realistically by all those involv t 4f
health and well-being of their patients Fortunately for the hospital's pa- ) al
: and insure that the staff is tients, visitors and employees, all ed.Cochran played the part of the
mad bomber and called the
hospital's business department. He
I spoke to hospital employee Maria

The BH Center for Health and Fitness will offerGymnastics Isler.
. handled the call "
"She very well, fill. n. ,, i
said Cochran. Isler tried to get addi- l s
Classes tional information from the caller
that might help authorities ap- r
prehend him kept him on the
phone as long as possible.
Cochran also said that in a real
threat he would first contact fire and
rescue services as soon as he was
notified by the hospital of the call.
J Together, these agencies would f
1ta determine the authenticity of the t.a .
threat and then contact units and
agencies from surrounding areas for
I help with evacuation as well as the
bomb experts of the EOD unit. !
I .Ma
a In this instance, the EOD Unit did r '
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Tiny Tots (ages 3-5)) 3.OO 330: p.m. Monday $30 Problems
Having ?
I : (limit 8 children) $30 Bomb Buster Squad...

I Beginning (ages 6 and up) 330: 430: p.m. Monday $30 Video Express The Air National Guard Explosive Ordinance ly identified them and all agencies involved in the drill
H : Intermediate (ages 6 and up) 430.530: p.m. Monday $30 I Satellite Systems Disposal (EOD) Unit from Jacksonville x-rayed the took the appropriate action.
\ services most two non-explosive 'bombs' that were found In the Lake EOD personnel also gave a demonstration of explosive -
All classes begin January 6 and run for six weeks. Classes may existing Butler Hospital and Hand Surgery Center during a devices for the staff.
' systems. Service techni- bomb drill held last week Union County Sheriff's Department, Lake Butler
be cancelled if fewer than 10 people register.Registration fees are can with over 5 Volunteer Fire Department Union County AmbulanceThe
\ non-refundable after classes begin. All classes are held at the ience work yrs. exper- EOD) personnel planted the bombs themselves Service and the Jacksonville EOD Unit all combined
Starke Recreation Department. guaranteed. for the purpose of the drill. Administrators successful efforts to assist the hospital in the drill.
References on request. We

For more Information>> call the also install & service
BH Center for Health and Fitness at 9644210. antennae systems. HEARING TEST MENTAL HEALTHTo
BH Center for Health and Fitness 49.95 FOR SENIOR CITIZENS learn more about mental
health, call Tel-Med at 964-4S96
vcci 922 East Call Street
Starke, FL 32091 Excluding Parts Hearing tests and our regular Service or 375-0007 and askfor these tapes
((904)) 9644210BH 190 E. Main Lake Butler Center will be held on the 4th Friday of each by 33 number Tension:

Center for Health and Fitness. b I a member of Santa Fe Healthcare/) Systems,Inc., 496-3840 month from 9:00: a. m. to 12:00: at 42 I'm )Just tired doctor
e Florida not for'profit healthcare corporation. Ask for John or Mike 144 Emotional experiences of the
KOCH'S DRUG STORE, 166 W. Call Street. dying

; >IM rl lk liMBWlMAVtltMMftMaMSanta' t+ +rl trll lharts'pferr'' I, la'rll' .' rl lllaKS a lla t Anyone who has trouble understanding or 726 not Psychosomatic all in your head Illness Its

has Nerve deafness should mark this date on 727 Schizophrenia
When should I see a
I their calendar and plan to attend., If married: 728 psychiatrist

i Saves. ,.both husband and wife should be present if 1114 disease Emotional Impact ol heart

possible. Call the Pharmacy to set up an ap-

M1' w We would like to wish Everyone : pointment to avoid waiting. vice Bradford Tel-Med provided Hospital.-A tree by Inc.the community Auxiliary ser-of


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