Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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December 21, 1989
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Outside. Bradford CoUht

Inside... .the
Another cold weekend Is in store for North Florida as another front ,_
passed through the area Wednesday, December 20, bringing more cold SECTION AI 12 Pag.i '. v .
arctic air to the region.Temperatures Hard* K + I
will once again dip into the mid 20s Saturday and Sunday Editorial... . .. ... ... .4* I ",I I
mornings, with afternoon highs not getting out of the 40s. Social.. .. ... . .. .... 5A I
Clouds will remain in the area through Thursday but clearing skies and News Shorti . ... .. .. ....s. A t I.J I """ ; I'
north winds should come by early Friday. Ugoli. . . . .. . .1, IA !. w ,.
Today, Thursday, December 21 is the winter solstice the first day of Sport. . . . . .. 10.HA "
Winter, the shortest day of the year, when the sun reaches the southernmost t ..'1, '.
point in its annual cycle, for a moment poised above the Tropic of SECTION Bi 12 Pog.i _
Capricorn. Jon Artist . . . . .. ..IB I/1 '1 F1_ I
With sunrise coming at 7:21: a.m. and sunset at 5:34: p.m. the length of Crlm. . . . . . . 2B I 1 I II. >'I i r,,
day is lOh 13m. Contrast this with the longest day,June 21, which was 14h N.w. Irl.'.. . . . . .3, 7B
13m. Ar.a N.w.. . .. .A.', IB
The last quarter moon was yesterday Dec. 19, and new moon will ocCla..ltI.d Ad.. . . . .1. Los The Sweetest
cur Dec 27, just after Christmas, so the nights will be dark throughout the Accident . . . . 1IB uww__. -.
holiday season. Obltuart.i. . . . . 11B lOIh Year STARKE FLORIDA 25: Cems vvi>j
23rd Issue Thursday December. 19R9 USPS 082-700
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Worth Vote Required for EMS Assessment in City Brown Says I

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Noting by Buster Rahn BCT Staff Wrlt.r required city ordinance, putting off an effec- vices for five months it will receive only Kopelousos is currently searching tor case
The hassle between county and Starke com- tive date until early summer, at best. about $12 per household. City CommissionerWall law to support the county's claim that it can
mlssoners over the $100 special assessmentmay If the assessment were passed by city wonders if it is worth the effort. legally make an assessment for jail opera
Volunteers Needed be winding down without coming to voters, it would only apply for the remaining Fla. Statute 125.lq( ) appears to address the tion.
For Community another vote. 4-5 months of the fiscal year, according to subject, giving county commissioners the County commissioners reserved a place on
At the Dec. 19 meeting of the Starke council, Wall, since the tax cannot be applied retroac authority to assess residents in unincorporated the Dec. 19 agenda, but decided not to attend
Christmas Caroling City Attorney Terence Brown raised doubts tively. areas for fire protection, law enforce- the council meeting in deference to Brown's
Members of the newly formed about the legality of the assessment.. Brown, ment, recreation services, etc., "and other question of legality and reauirement of a vote.
Bradford Arts Council extend an invitation citing the state law regulating county govern- Attorney Brown says the county can assess essential essential facilities and municipal In a joint meeting two weeks ago, some
to anyone interested in join- ment authority to tax, said his opinion is the for emergency medical services, but it must services. However, funding for day to day Starke councilmen indicated a compromise
Ing them in Community Christmas special asessment for emergency medical be passed by referendum within the city. operating funds of a county jail Is not namedin might be worked out, providing county com
Caroling Thursday December 21. care cannot be imposed in a municipality Then a city ordinace would have to be passed the statute, and is uncharted ground. missioners would re-evaluate their needs and
The will meet at the Santa Fe without an affirmative vote by residents of authorizing the assessment. City commissioners contend if an item isn't reduce the request to "$60 or $70."
Community group College parking lot at 7 the city. Atty. Brown also stated he has serious named as being permitted, then it is to be ex- Commissioners were planning to offer a
doubts that an assessment for jail operation cluded. reduced assessment, lowering the amount
p m Present plans are to sing at Brad- Councilman Ed Wall pointed out that it will would stand up in court under any cir Attorney Brown said he and Attorney John from $100 to $70, but plans are now on hold,
take 6(>.90 days to hold a city election, then .
ford Hospital, Pleasant Valley Kopelousos, retained by county commis- pending clarification of the legality of the
Home, Deerfoot Village Shopping several weeks more to advertise and pass a the county assesses only for medical ser sioners, have been discussing the issue, and ..

Center, Wlnn Dixie Marketplace and
Mrs Myrtle Ward's Christmas : a plan.Skippers
Wonderland on Orange Street. Lfr't
For more information, call Lavon 1 -

Drives at 964-6846 or Alice Hudson at r, ..a .;, ref
9644604. DifficultTo

Class of 1949...

The BHS class of 1949 will hold Catchby
its 40th class reunion Friday night,
Dec. 29, at the Officer's Club, at
Buster Rahn
Camp Blanding.
aCT Staff Wrlt.r
For information, please call
Bradford School with
High an
964-5478 or 964-7941.
open campus on US-301, poses dif-
ficult problems for school administrators
Offices Closed.
.. says Assistant Prin-
The Bradford County Courthousewill cipal John A. Reddish.
be closed Monday and Tuesday Schools, such as Baker High
Dec. 25-26 for the Christmas School in Macclenny, built out of
holidays.The town with a single road leading to it,
Bradford County School Ad- do not offer students as much opportunity
ministrative Offices will be closed to( slip away without detection
Monday through Friday, Dec. 25-29, said Reddish, in discussing the
for the Christmas holidays, and will problem of students skipping school
reopen Tuesday, Jan 2. without parental consent.
The Starke City Hall will be closed The problem surfaced In a letter to
Monday, Dec. 25, and will the editor (Bradford County
reopen Tuesday, Dec. 26. Telegrapl1)lln which Mrs. Virginia
stated her

Santa to Visit... daughter had skipped 112 classes in
the first 70 days this school term,
Santa will visit the Bradford without her knowledge or consent.
County Public Library today 1 4i BHS has a computerized
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Thursday, December 21, at 10 a.m. k : t t'sx44 ; automatic telephone system that

Bring your camera. calls phone numbers furnished by

students when absentees occur, but
Fruit Cakes... the system Is not working at this

The Starke Church of God Ladies time. Supt. Jim Duncan told the
Ministries will be taking orders for school board Monday night, Dec. 18,
Christmas Spirit...
fruit cakes and various baked the computerized automatic phone
goods. Deliveries made within Th... Vogu. employ..! mad. 500 calling has never been fully In-
reason. Call 964-4487 or 9648583. pain of pants to b. glv.n to tho.. who tegrated into the school system's
n..d th.m computer, but he hopes it will be in
Just Remember... '-ij *# r January.In .
a At l.ff Mr*. Chorl.i Flynn show a the interim, school personnelare
We are still decorating the pair of th. casual slacks that Vogu. calling parents to report
Hospice Christmas Tree at Florida 4 r Manufacturing Co. I Is donating to th. absentees, but "it is impossible to
National Bank. Red bows may be local Food Pantry to R.v. J.rry Patton call parents of all students;
purchased for $5 and angels for $15. : pr.ild.nt of Bradford Ecum.nlcal however,a parent can request phone
These items are placed on the Ministries, Inc., the nam. under which calls, and will be called," one ad-
tree in memory or in honor of someone Ight church.. pantry for ministrator said.
th. n..dy. AT loft If photo I. Charl.i Reddish said the situation hasn't
., s *J John., volunt..r coordinator of th.
been as bad as indicated, but the one
Santa to Visit... Food Pantry. At right !I. Vogu. own.r student did "slip through the
Chorl.t Flynn, th. man b.hlnd th. giving. "
O I cracks.
Bradford County Riding Club will
present Santa Claus at 8 p.m., School officials admit a problem
Saturday, December 23, in the exists but like other segments of
Fairgrounds on US-301N. 4 society, 10-15 percent of the students
Bring children and horses. create percent of the problems.
Everyone welcome. "We'd like to see a chain-link
fence around the school, but they
Food Drive... (students) would pull it down with
those four-wheel drives," said one
The Community Volunteer All teacher.

(Organization is sponsoring a food A Merry Christmas to Reddish didn't try to minimize the
drive for the needy, Dec. 1429. It is school's duty to notify parents about
asking for community support In skipped classes, but said parents
this drive. Bring your donation of have some responsibility to check on
located SR-100 south in
canned goods and non-pershible Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Flynn, everybody in Bradford County The 70 employees at Vogue Manufacturing, on their offspring, more especiallythose
items tcume of the four drop-off should have pants to wear this winter. Starke, are: who have a track record of
stations: The 70 employees at Vogue Manufacturing Co. in Starke made 500 pairsof Vogue employees, by job assignments Marvin Sellers, are,: head of cutting and head n.issing school. .
Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, Lawtey pants to be donated to the Clothes Closet and Food Pantry operated bya Cutting, spreading Dept.assistant: Wayne Thornton, Beatrice Jackson, heport cares are sent out each sixweeks
mechanic; Timmy Tyler, ;
local of churches.
Road.Mrs. group eight reflecting school attendance.
Mary McCloud Lawtey Vogue owners Charlie and Christina Flynn said Starke has been good to Wendy McRae Guy Mittie Massey.Sellers head of sewing and over-all managing; Parents should be on the look-out for
Road.Mrs. the business for the past 20 years and they and their employees want to do Sewing Dept.: assistant for sewing and quality control; report cards, and require students to
Corine Butler, Starke.Mr. something in return. Flynn asked for volunteers to make 500 pairs of Kathleen Horne, control.supervisor produce the card at the proper time,

Rip's Shop, Pine St. pants on the employees own time, and the response was good. Then Flynn Sharon Sewers Rainey: Lillian, quality Jenkins, Millie Vickery, Sarah Odom, Retha Dickson, otherwise the parent should suspecta

announced the pants could be made on company time. Jackie Brenda Hankerson, Pat Herrin Dorothy Dowdy,Evelyn problem, says Reddish.
Food Pantry... The pants, sized 8 to 18, are casual slacks in denim and corduroy.Rev. Snover,Baugess Paula Hersey, Doris Groves, Phyllis Harper, Eulamae Carlton The stnooi wui send parents a

The Bradford Ecumenical Food Jerry Patton, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Starke and Sam Rowan, Olivia Browning Gwen Cox, Bonnie Thomas, Carol Boer, weekly progress report each Friday,
Pantry is in need of canned president of Bradford Ecumenical Ministries, Inc.,a tax exempt corporation Lana Dowdy, Jennette Chandler, Dianne Gish,Theressa Wheeler, if requested, Reddish said, but
ask it and be
vegetables especially beans and Charles Johns, a member of the First United Methodist Church Qulette, Sara Newman, Sun Nam Provin, Judith Thomas Debra WiJI- parents must for cer-
peas and corn. These items green are no and volunteer coordinator of the food pantry, accepted the pants Tuesday ingham, Melinda Hancock, Joyce Perry. Cyndee McKenzie, Kathleen tain the automatic student brings it home.dialer
longer available to them throughthe for the Food Pantry. Brown, Estelle Cox, Shirley Clark, Tiffany Clark, Saundra Pardee, The be circumvented telephone the student
food bank of Jacksonville.You Some of the pants will be offered to Sunshine Industries and to Suwannee Aiko Grover. can by
drop your can goods at River Economic Council, said Rev. Patton. SaM and l Finishing and Shipping Dept.: Kathleen Mikell; June giving an erroneous telephone
the following may churches this Sunday: The eight churches Involved in the clothes closet and food Griff. assistant; Shipping:: Liz McClellan, Penny Brooker, Michele number.and Or, students can the arrange to(
First Christian Church, First operated in a house behind Winn-Dixie in Starke, are First United Smith, Michael Bright. Finishing: Madeline McDarUel. Lisa Coalson. be home intercept telephonecall
Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist, First Presbyterian, First Baptist, St. Mark's Episcopal, Dorothy Maddox, Jean Johnson, Julie Harbison, Primadon Johnson, according to Mrs. Thomas shouldbe but
Methodist Church, Madison Street St.Edward's Catholic Church, Kingsley Baptist, and First Christian Debra Lewis, Sharon Elixson, Jeanette Bridwell, ;Sue:: Greer. the able school_to handle thinks that the parent problem.In .
Baptist Church, St. Edwards Church. Office: Kim Brooks, Nancy Fell. .
the Monday night, Dec. IB,
Catholic Church St. Mark'sEpiscopal

Church Church., and Church Kingsley, First Lake Baptist Baptist 3-County Landfill Applicat Lion Filed, DER Likes Planand school process reported of board the being automatic meeting repaired dialer,, and Reddish other is In

They appreciate your support in is recyclables are to be included in the procedures adopted to curtail or
An application has been submittedto wastes. hauled away. A real savings report absenteeism. Reddish gave
helping to reach the needs of the DER for the solid waste disposal Since it is expensive to haul the seen however in reducing the cost landfill waste. school board members an explanation -
community. facilities to be built at Ellerbee leachate to facilities for treatment, of hauling and treatment of the of Bradford High absentee
Curve in Union County by the New the on site leachate treating systemis sludge. Plans are leaning towards requir- policies.Homeroom.
Square Dancing.. River Solid Waste Association included in the design. A class III landfill Is also includedin ing all recyclables. (glassd teachers, with 18-20
Square Dancers meet every se- Engineer Frank Darabi reported to Two collecting and holding pondsfor the plans. This landfill will haveno aluminum, cardboard, students are now advised to make
cond and fourth Tuesday at the the Governing Board at its regular leachate will have composite lin- lining except the soil in place and plastics) to be separated at the pick- contact with parents and report
Lawtey Elementary School from 8 scheduled meeting held at the Bradford ings also. The ponds will have will accept inorganic construction up point and placed into one con- absentees. Home-room teachers will
to 10 p.m. Come out and join the County courthouse, Tuesday, pumps and jets to aerate the debris that is non toxic and non tainer with other wastes put into a also monitor weekly reports of
fun. December 12. leachate, then spray it back over the polluting such as concrete mortar second container. The recyclables absentees from other classes and
The facility will serve the three landfill during periods of dry and bricks, and yard and garden will then be further separated and report those to parents on an as
Free Day Care... county area of Bradford, Baker and weather. trash such as lawn rakings, leaves prepared for reuse while the other needed basis. .
and hedge and shrub trimmings. wastes will be buried in the landfill. In addition to requiring participation -
Free day care for 3-4 year olds is Union counties along with all Aeration will expose the liquids to not
available in most private pre- Department of Correction facilitiesin air and help purify the leachate by Sale of recyclables will probably sales by home-room teachers, the
schools in Starke. For more infor- the three counties. causing organic solids contained in These plant materials may even- be a source of income, the county has hired an employee, to
, mation, call Robin Lee at Bradford Darabi has used the latest regula- the solution to break down, accor- tually be composted allowed to price Is not expected to cover begin work in January, to contact
School Board Office, ph. 9646800. tions just promulgated by DER for ding to Darabi. Also, evaporation deteriorate, then sold as plant costs of separation. parents about school skipping
the design of the operation and has during the aeration process will nursery and garden soils or spread waste student\
Upcoming... received a compliment from them reduce the amount of liquidthenrecirculating on fields as soil ammendments.With All municipal anoTconiract The problem Isn't new to BHS.One
(DER) as being "ate of the best the leachate back over collection operations will have to graduate of the 1960's.sald BHS kepta
Public meetings scheduled in the designed to date," Darabi said. the landfill on dry days will further curbside recycling being antlcipated : cooperate and comply with the tight reign on students when she
coming weeks are: The facility will include a corn-' reduce the volume by evaporation.Some in all municipal areas and 'nvstem the Association sets up. Getting attended high school but when her
The Bradford County Zoning posite lined landfill, that is, a double leachate may have to be haul- recyclables to be separated at rural ; compliance\ not expected to be children went there, rules were
Board will meet Tuesday. Dec. 26, Darabi said. collection stations, a baling operation -. easy, but Florida law Is plain. Counties unenforced:
of three
lining consisting feet of com- ed away eventually,
in Starke City Hall at 7 p.m. I Darabi have the re responsibility to handle Another parent said Judge Theron
pacted and impervious clay, with a When asked about the cost of the Is not feasable, explained. -
The Starke Zoning Board will Darabi explainedthat Also, non-recyclable wastes all wastes in their jurisdiction, and Yawn once told city )police to bring
membrane above. Also Included aeration ponds.
meet Thursday, Dec. 28, In City plastic is a leachate collection no more cost Is involved than from rural collection stations will be-_. .Cities minimum facilities provided any student to him that was found
Hall, at 7 p.m. system to remove liquids would be required for storage tanksif transported to the landfill in compactors A 30% waste reduction "downtown,"and he would deal with
is mandated by 1994. the child.
I colate down through the deposed the leachate were to be collected already compacted. No by recycling


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Herb Thomas Honored by Lesion

Herb Thomas received a signal the only remaining WW I veteran In 'dtsirlrt" uiiuinpioiuuups ana one area '
honor from Post No. 56, American Bradford County,the Legion bestowed championship, only to lose In the I Iph. I
LeglOnbeat .its regular meeting one of its highest honors, a> life' stare finals, during his tenure ar MritTrt'
I membership, upon Thomas. Legion Baseball coach for Post 56 in I
By virtue of being the last remain Thomas has served the Post well the early 50s.Thomas .
ing veteran of World War I who is a in past years, leading an American was born in 1902 at Sampson -
mpmber of the Post. and possibly Legion baseball, team to three City, and joined the armed
forces at the outbreak of war in 1917.
falsifying his birth to 1899 to be of

age.He began playing baseball In 1918,
Happy 18th while still in service and, after the
war,played in the major leagues for
25 years, the second longest careerin
BirthdayJuli league history. He had a lifetime
batting average of .310, a record only
few players can attain.
He returned to his home county in
1949 and joined the Legion post here,
We love you! and soon became involved in the s
Mom & Dad legion baseball program.In .
1936 and 1937,in Georgia,before r
returning to Starke, Thomas led his
team to a 4-state championship,over Herb Thomas Honored at Legion Party...
Florida, Georgia, North and South World War I veteran Herb Thomas is congratulated right Is Post Vice-Commander and Past Commanderas I
MftW! M[[!B'Pl1h'MJfls'ltf1M' 'M",W"Mfc'jHM! !("!'a'1IIa'llIIa'IlIIa'tIa'IlIIJI!! I>h'blh'11s.'aliR'Alh'x1fW'ef' ] ( he receives a life membership In the American Charles Schaefer also a life member of Post 56,and at
i' Legion from Post Commander Alcee Rodrlgue.On the left Is Marvin. Stalling, Post Chaplain.

1 P.' Cox Appliance Scott Named-
Air .
r (ei Conditioning ServiceJoe To Bd. of New Bankby

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to Associated Minerals fn 1972 as an
Buitr Rahn accountant moving up the promotion
ICT Staff WriterJimmie
4aiy' ladder to controller when the
I scott, 49, a native of
firm was sold in 1980.
Lawtey was named to the board of Scott is currently chairman of the
directors of the recently organized Bradford School Board. Other civic
First National Bank of Bradford
ii activities include being treasurer of
5S County bringing the number to 12 Democratic
the Bradford County
5S ( Greetings directors approved by the Office of Committee and holds membershipin
; '
II t Comptroller of the Currency. the Starke/Bradford County
Scott, is administrative
an accountant Chamber of Commerce Bradford
< superintendent for
Economic DevelopmentCorp.
I Associated Minerals (USA) Inc., in County., and Bradford Association of
Green Cove Springs supervising
Retarded Persons.. _
I Cox your friendly repairman.Call personnel supply and finance a
him today for any appliance repair. position he has held since Feb.,1988. 1
I Service&Repair on: Prior to his promotion to ad- r---
.All Major Appliance/ ministrative superintendent, Scott
.Air Conditioning Refrigeration was controller for eight years !
: a, .Electrical responsible for all financial
i i
statements budgets and tax
964r74<52 returns.
Scott had begun working for
Lie#RA 0046994 ER 0007578 Titanium Enterprises, predecessor
"Having friends and customers like you -

I makes our Holidays brighter, Thanks.

will be residential
1 1m4 no
2 garbage pick-up in the city of New Bonk Board Member

7 Pass. Aerostar Wagon $39.95 per day tarke on Christmas Day A graduate cfRJE High School i In
Bronco U $34.95 per day 1959, Scott attended Edward Waters
December 25th. The College in Jacksonville on a schlor-
.... Ranger $29.95 per day Monday ship for two terms 1959-61,transfer-
AIl Festiva $24.95 per day normal Monday pick-up will be ring to Florida Normal College in St.
Probe $29.95 per day Augustine for the next term. In
; January, 1964 Scott went Into the
made December
5 ? Call Kay 964720OTERWILJLEGAR( on Tuesday. Marines for a four year hitch,attain- ;
: ing the rank of sergeant.
26th and the normal Tuesday
Upon his return to civilian life
pick-up will be made on Scott attended Jones Business College
receiving his bachelor of
I Wednesday December 27th. science degree in accounting in 1972.
He went to work in Green Cove Spr-
The schedule will return to ings later in the same year. He is
Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Dodge Trucks Jeep Eagle Inc. now working on his master's degree
141 W. Madison Street Starke (904)) 964-9000 or 1-800-448-JEEP normal on Thursday December from Nova University and expectsto
...,.. complete the work in
Opca 8.30 7 p.m.,Mon.-rrt.8.CO' a.m.-O.OO p.m. .cIa *closed on under early 1991.
:i 28th. Scott and Olivia Tompkins,whose
andTerwillegar father was principal of the RJE High
School were married In 1965.They
have two daughters Mimi Scott
: Motors : Commercial garbage pick-up on White living in Atlanta and Dawn
Scott a student at the University of

i ., 964-7200 371-1098 388-FORD 473-FORD Christmas Day will be limitedto Florida.Scott's parents Robert and
Starke Keystone Hgts restaurants and hospitals. Beatrice Scott live in Lawtey
209 W. Madison Gainesville Jacksonville State Road 21 where his father has served on the
city commission for more than 20
!' [DM'athtill'x( ilti'ft'Rfls'Als'Rr'fI' !! ( (!! !!<' ''its'1i'rteRMKIS'MlliNil' ((1 ((1R'Mlk'rtf' flflAflk'lMhf' fh9'' fl flwi! R .years and was recently elected to
another term.

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'.,,1.";" .:J,," ;'!".r.':...>'.OJ':"''! ..\', ': I.I'"i'.; :,. .:-'\" ,J ,: Local Toy Drive A Success for KidsThe

Senior Citizens Club of Starke US-301 north. from Santa Claus. Next year she
... presented a check and a table loaded Dorothy Benson, President of the hopes to expand the program to
with toy to the Toys for Needy Senior Citizens Club and Edith many more needy children.
Children project being sponsored by Wolfe, Secretary-Treasurer made -
Paul's House. ---of Crafts and Denny' the presentation to Patti Glenn,who The children are located through
Is the driving force behind the toys personal contacts and through
for needy children project references
from the Department of
::1 Restaurant. Paul's House of Crafts Saturday December 23, at the Health and Rehabilitative Services
Is located on SR-16 at the corner of Methodist church Fellowship Hall, (HRS), and other sources, Glenn
Walnut Street, and Dennl's Glenn said, about 200 children have said,and she is thankful for the help
Restaurant is at the Econo Lodge on hewn Invited to ro('lve presents given by HRS.


Southside Honor Students...

1 1 V' Students In the third fourth and fifth grades at Paul Phillips and Lori Musson.
Needy Children Senior Citizens.. Southside Elementary School making straight A's durBack row: John McMillan, April McKinney Brandy I
Helped by .
ing the second six weeks grading period are (U to r): Harper, Adam Marchese, Matt Odom and Chris Sem-
Dorothy Benson (center) President of the Senior Restaurant. Senior CItizens Club Front row: Brett Revels, Michael O'Neal, Lane broskl.
I Citizens Club of Starke It presenting a check to Patti Edith Wolfe Is at right. In front of Secretary-Treasurer the ladles Is a table Tougau, Jody Elder, Matthew Key Michelle Groves Thea_ Bell. was. absent
Glenn (left) to help In the Toys for Needy Children profilled with toys for the needy children. -
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Peace be with as
Sincere greetingsto
We wish everyone a you and yours.
you and your
Southside Honor Students, Grade Two... Happy Holiday and look loved ones.Hayes .
Students eamlng straight A's on their report cards in Middle forward to serving you
row Aaron
Tetstone. Jeremy McRae Mat- Electric
Grade Two at Southslde Hardware
Elementary School for the sethew Scott, Vanessa VanCamp, Mike
eond six weeks grading period are: (I to r): NeTerreli Warren. Seholfman and Starke Bradford County 301 E. Call Street Starke & Air Conditioning
Sitting In front: Monica McGee, Rex Anderson Back Chamber of Commerce
row: Otis ,
Starling Billy Vickery, Jason 964-6163
Alyee Nash, Brooke Barber, Kelly Connaughton, Daughtery Evan Hardee Chris Hobbs;JuDe MeMlllan 202 N. Walnut Street 964-8744
Christine Cribbs, Joanle Dampler and Alan Razael. .and Pamela Reddish.! 964-5278
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joy, peace and love be yours.
Let Your'househo\d. ring with all the love and peace. and
Joy this time of year can bring. w r :

Dr.. &: Mrs. Carlos M. Hernandez Teal Tile & Carpet

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We've put a host of Christmas fanciesin :

your stocking for the holidays.

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.Jewelry ...,;THOMAS AUTO)PORTS. 't Our most sincere wish is for you- '

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Starke Has Its Busiest' *


Dizziest Season

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(From the Jan. 3, 1941 issue of The Telegraph:)

Telegraph did not intentionally Be.lIn1 .
Merchants All Holiday
pull another Orson Wells "War of Agree ,:

the Worlds" last week when we History Bank Deposit Now Double .

reprinted Items from our December Amount On: Hand A Year Ago;) ,.',(,

1941 Issue following the December 7 .

sass. sneak attack by Japan on Pearl Har Tired but happy business men haven't had time'to figure their prouts

bor.Despite yet, but all are unanimously agreed that it wa$ the greatest Christmas
a "Notice" at the top of .
buying spree in the history of Starke. "
the that
page explained everythingwe
( thought). The Telegraph's After all-you don't need figures, do you? when your store is"packed

phones were ringing off the hook to the gills,' you've hired twice as much help as you've ever had and

4 early Thursday morning with phone still can't wait on all the people and your shelves look bare even after i

calls from nervous readers wantingmore you've laid in greater stocks than ever before. I

a:. v its, ,' x details about the Monday You don't need statistics to tell you business was good when your feet''' i

"blackout". Phone calls also buggedthe are sore from standing on them all day, your nerveS are jumpy from j

Police Department and even the trying to please a hundred different people with a hundred different

Chamber of Commerce received a tastes, and your eye-lids are heavy because you've been Keeping open

call from an employee on sick leave shop every night even long before the usual "Christmas rush" until if

a reminding them to be sure and cut 10 and 11 o'clock. '

off their lights Monday night.At .
least is No one can accurately estimate the row thoroughfares Immediately'
no one reported to have
CARS PARKED by Christmas shoppers crowded vacant lot in evacuated Starke due "warthreat" gross amount of business flooding Starke precipitated a traffic jam and brought
to the
I First Church.PARKING I stores during Christmas week, but it is forth the shrill blast of a policeman'. whis-
front of Baptist and to those who iss'ed significant that deposits in the Florida tle.

"the fine print" at the top, of the ':Bank at Starke on the three days following
But even though il was the answer to amerchant's
page, our sincere apologies. We December 25th were 100 percent above last
year's on the same date. Deposits In the dream; rom \a monetary
remembered thatever'one Christmas In Starke
bank at the close of business on December standpoint, this year
always reads the headlines 31 totaled 721298.35, as compared with had less of the old-time holiday flavor than
ever before. Business and Il Btletoe 'justdOl1't
the date
343075.14 on same ayear ago.
mix, and to complicate matters further
'. One clothing establishment not the an epidemic of mild flu swept the
largest in town-was grossing$1,000 a dayon town.
Fridays and Saturdays even in the early
..vr ,$! part of December almost as much There was less party giving; there was
Business in one day as had been done in less carol singing; there was less"1
decorating than ever before. Too much
>some entire months during the depression.
t business
together with' sickness,
Added to the buying power of some prevented many from getting the real
aA'l 15,000 laborers still employed on Camp Yuletide spirit.Even Stump's Santa Claus,
i n Blanding construction was an influx of traditional Call Street figure,was
11,000'soldiers, many of whom remained "Either working at Camp Blanding or sick
here for the holidays and gift-shopped for with the flu," someone guessed;
wives and sweethearts back home. A new hundred disappointed children ran in and
drug store,opened here just in time for the out of Stump store "looking for Santy.
Christmas rush, reported sales of 2,300
postcards in five days. The old familiar greeting of, "Happy
New Year!" was noticeably missing from
VbW-f'+q *W'7-"f' TiJ' >i*** r rl Berry season Saturdays heretofore the Call Street Wednesday morning. It wasn'tthat w. of rush business in BradfordCounty anyone felt less altruistic toward his

faded into insignificance before fellowman, but simply that folks were."too
on busy Call Street was next to impossible during the the horde of motorized Christmas shoppers darn busy" to think\ about such things.
holiday rush. : % $&& who forced courthouse attaches to t
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;11 i'Uffow upa"d: ( e'nseW'wo oderi' fence posts { lest

; X/1 | litfik\i&n-I tapcevent'desperate: drivers from parking holl a andeverttiOtaliIO! \ \:
FACILITIES ..'; T-O i i I 'N fia r. iJ'TS.V'i lrlr.I.,.on We coW dints' ferowids:''A solid mass'of:*' partS; 1 'tseing
/ f J a. ** 'ii1t cars lined the streets for blocks around the enthusiastic- even if"worn to'a frazzle".

DISCUSSED AT CITY COUNCIL MEET "t/ fct V\ i {. business to attempt section double, and anyone parking so on foolhardyas the nar- L.A. Canova, druggist, said: "It was the
; '( "jJJJ'.fIII' rx .,;"; .n <; best Christmas season In our history."


their Christmas shopping in Houses Crowded !
Priest's lOcent Store. Thin unidentified prisoner look*

( Feb. 1941 Telegraph) Angry Women Resent Having Streets Crowded munty mournfully unflnnltary out of, overcrowded the diurnal,

Rushed ,city jail Perlinpn.he Is looking
Many Important matter came 'Nuisance' in City Limits Work Even The Jail ,'or a friend to ball him out. Per
up Council for meeting discussion Tuesday al the night City On New Highway hope he I* merely trying: to de-

which attended Councilmen To Camp code If it's going to rain. But
was by -
Is Overcrowded !
W. M. Edwards chairman; One of the hlgh-llghta of Ibe Could It not be declared a Blanding.t."', '* much more likely-he Is comingto
meeting wax the visit of five nuisance?" the women wanted to
H. A. BlHhop 8. ffi. Sparks mil the window for a brenth of'
ladle, of .the town who represented know "No." seemed to bo the (From Feb. 7, 1941 Telegraph)
O. L. Benaley.W. no orgaclaation Kilt iwno concensus of opinion. They (From Feb. 1941 Telegraph) fresh air after being herded together -!
P. Smith and E. L. Matthews Jiave only the best Interests of didn't have enough on them. A crew of workmen began cuttinga -'- all night with 13 or 20,
representing the Rotary the community at heart. They "How many arrests do the police wide swath through the thick pine -- i other prisoners In a Jail that was|
Club called the attention of the were Mrs. F. H. Long, Mm. J. U have to make" ankcd the Rev. timberland at the east end of Call :originally planned for a capacity
council to the dearth of publictoilet Peek. Mrs. E. K.. Ferryman Mrs. I!:. A. Light/not. Baptist ralnls-
Street this week. The State Road :of four! Starke' JUI -In '
rtalttY'nothIng ,
facllltlei In
Sta.kopecl."lIy W. II. Bewell
and Mra. HlldabelleBene ler who was preac-nt at the meet-
Inadequatenow.. In view of .. They came before the log "before U may be declared a Department is working from both but a Dingle barred room
the many visitors, soldier end nuisance.The ends on the 200-foot(( right-of-way for I In the city hill) has proven entirely -
civilian*-because of our proxi- council t. see If they could not Council promised to serve the new super highway from Starketo Inadequate to accommodate"
mity to Camp Blanding. Mr. "get town which or' a certain "joint" In notice on operators of the "joint" Camp Blanding. "t the week-end culprits now that)
they called
Smith had had a talk with Col. by name. that
they were watching and
They resented the trying Approximately three miles' have the tow. Is bursting from its '
O. W. McNeaie at Camp StandIng fact that It had to "get something" on them and shell
tail the Colonel had aaaured been I'Waway from Camp when they did It would be just. too already been cleared and grubbed at I and becoming .a city. Prlaonera
him that "unl... aatlafactbry Blending a* not being fit for, the bad.The the Kingsley Lake end of the road- -are actually freed -"without due
toilet arrangement were ....01.." soldiers, and yet had been "put ladies seemed a bit skeptical way. This week they placed equip- process of lawtf because there lay
he would have to atop the aoldlcra down In the middle of our town." and told Council members they ment at this end and Starkeites R no .| (
keep, hero. Thl ,
from coming to Starke ID such Chief.Alvaret said he tied already would be"watching"them too-and could actually see work in progresson ti-esaing'problem '
large number made several arrest there. they'd better take tome action soon. the project that will mean U The Club thousands of dollars many which must be solved by
Rotary wanted the daily In the
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council to make provision for this channels of trade. For Starke mer- Defense Committee*
emergency. Mr. Matthew suggested chants it will be a road "paved with j.,1 now Just beginning to function.!

finance that.nil the If It buelneae wna a matter men now of Barracks /AND HONE); IE SURE YOU WEAR gold". .
The new Blanding highway will bea
that they are making
than formerly, would be willing money to Humor ( YOUR UNIFORM CORMCTiY IPOMYfrom double drive, four-lane road ': .
help pay the ckpcnee.The centered with a parkway, and will ; ; Blanding Engineers ;

question of whet to plnco WAKT SOMEW4STYOLE SERGEANT cost around$500,000 for the six miles p '''Will. Build Piers j jIir
Starke and
then fucllltlc seemed to be uppermost I the ,
In tho minds of tho ( TO 8E yELLIN& ESS RICH Call Street will now be widened to .plt., of th recent cblltylweuther !.1!
councllmcn. There woe objection a width of 40 feet for a distance of I Iw Camp Blandui. troop '
.to the court house aa a site, and Blanding AT YOUT two blocks at the end of the new pave f are already easting longing ,
something apparently wrong with t' ed road at the light plant, to the corner glances at thf/ beautiful waters erf'
all pliice .ug< % of Hoover Bros.Studio on E.Call
Bugle se the realization i
after lengthy discussion a resolution a Street. Dial the swimming' I I
was passed to the effect Maim" U only two or' three I'j i

the that ""II places of bulletin on -*'&-.._>. ::_.....*.__. .1\6.. ._.. *_ *_ I,_ .. w inc-mhs,away. ':. _I, !..
sower line must put In toilet .. r .. ,. --. tnf'I4&rIO'5'. '\ "' 7tF\ .-
facilities." Another resolutionwas ,'u .. . .
passed after A. Hartman had '. ",
agreed to put In facilities for the ;
soldiers nt the Spotlight It the t .I
City would furnish the malarial. .-- f i -' + suss,,
Upon 'recommendation of. Fire* .E"T' ao e" 2 CHRISTMAS
,.' (, NEWS i1iIM :
Chief V. H. Garden, -th* Council 1C j l. r ......... '
voted to order 300 ,feet of fir ra" ?:
II..... Chief Garden also suggested mil
that the public could make S grnp!( fti I
It much easier for tha flr-flht e. II
era If they 'would not follow so '
closely upon the fir engine. All I
tha firemen.-ho said could not
always reach the firs at the same
lime with the angina, and thepeople. I

rwjhlnf tolie. fire* Qc 4
blocked th* trulllo ana nude it
difficult for them la- reach the FROM
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seen Al MV' l HQS7FS5' ; The Staff '
The need of polio officer lb.
to be In .authority at night, the I VON wry AT- ; I
same aa Chief Airs.... I. during CAMPSANDIN .
tb. day wee discussed. 'A real }: .
night -captain." or -cbtdThe 5u I&4 : -J
councilman present could think of
no police Officer belter, fitted
both by character and other qua].' r
Ifleatkma 'than Ben Holaendorf. US.ARM '
Ban U a home boy baa beaa. on
the fore four years, has a clean 1 1Jk'fn7'n' r
record. I .ey FmI J
councilman discussed th* else r ys 'lfqy
for .'mew* adequate teal hds,1 rtrI
_. In BUrke. And! two sun f br rli i+ lst
from Arcadia desiring to laaugurat I( r -KpelItda1 ..
taxi serrlce sere put pep
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era clulmeit last the ouncllmenwar :" (. .
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L i Happenings Around Our Social Area ] I

,octal Side Christmas Program Christmas Candle greenery. The coffee serving table
Kara Hampton Hosted by had a centerpiece of red poinsettias.The .
Performs in Story Program Invocation "A Christmas
the News W.T. Weeks, UDC Held at LuncheonMuriel Prayer" was given by Blanche Otto.
Piano RecitalOn
of Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber, presi- Norman was narrator of The club president, Mrs. R.A.
Tuesday evening, Dec. 12, dent of the W.T. Weeks Chapter, the Christmas Candle Story at the Green J.yy.Jr.,presided over the affair.
.Birtns .Announcements Parties Kara Hampton was presented in a United Daughters of the Con- meeting of the Woman's Club on Mrs. Klncaid. was recognized
Engagements Weddings Church piano recital at the Presbyterian federacy gave a short program on Wednesday, Dec 13. Red, green, ana presented birthdnv.wim on a Christmns gin:Marjone Eve
Church by her teacher, Mrs. Cindy recollections of Christmas in Ten- yellow, blue, white, brown, silver, Thomson played Christmas carolson
Events Meetings Hinson. nessee during the War Between the gold, purple and black were the colors the piano at intervals providing
Call 964-6305 Ask for Socials Kara performed a program of States using material written in an Identifying each candle with an background Christmas atmosphere.
numbers including works of article by Katherine Polk Gale. explanation concerning each one Social Chairmen Donna Wells and
Beethoven Burgmueller, Mac- Descriptions of improvised Each candle was lit at the beginningof Vickie Teal were assisted by Sandy
.. q 4 E Dowel, Mozart, Masas and Stamaty. candles a tree cut from the woods I the story. The group sang a Rowell In hosting this luncheon. Six-
Donald Hardy, also a student of decorations made from popcorn andberry Christmas carol complementing the teen guests attended with members.
Mrs. Hinson, performed two Bach strings and gifts were hung on theme at the end of each sequence Oleta Hardenbrook cafe:-ed the lun-
minuets during this hour. it. The sugar barrel was scraped to Mona Canova played the piano ac cheon.
The recital was well-received by make some candy and a few cakes companiment.The .
; Christie Rodgers, fellow piano students, family were made but no frosting. Dolls luncheon tables were covered Special Christmas
members and friends. were made from flannel for the with Christmas green cloths and red Prayer Line
Bryan Oden Miss Hampton is the daughter of babies and mittens and gloves were poinsettias with red berries were ar-
i I To Wed Dec. 23 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hampton of knitted for the elders. Some old ranged in brown paper bags tied First Assembly of God of Starke
Lawtey.Donald is the son of Mr.and wallpaper was found and cornucopias with red and green plaid ribbons at would like to announce to the greater
Mrs. Don Hardy of Starke. made to hold the candy and each end with a centerpiece of Starke area a special prayer line for
Mr. and Mrs. Emmil E. Rodgers, popcorn balls. These gifts were also Christmas greenery, pine cones and the Christmas holiday.
Jr.of Starke announce the upcoming ClassCompletes hung on the tree for decorations and beige paper bows. The windows Christmas is a difficult time for
ipp9 marriage of their daughter, Quilting the candles carefully lighted. were outlined with greenery, red many due to memories of lost loved
Christie, to James Bryan Oden, son This Christmas luncheon meetingwas and green plaid bows and twinkling ones or trying to re-live
of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oden of Fun CourseThe held at Dexter's Cafe Gourmeton .lights through the branches. Swags Christmasses of the past and finding
s Brooker. Monday, Dec. 18, at 12 noon. Mrs. Hof greenery, snow-tipped were hungon them gone forever.If .
quilting class at Wal Mart J.T Lawson gave the invocation and the walls separating the windows. you are suffereing depression or
-s The wedding will take place at which has been ongoing for the past devotional reading 'ChristmasPoem" The doorways had similar decora- loneliness and desire someone to
First Christian Church in Lake six weeks wrapped up their final session by Tommie McBrayer and tions to match the windows. A tradi- pray with you, we open our phone to
Butler on Saturday, Dec. 23, at 2 Thursday,Dec. 14. "Bright Christmas" with words by tional Christmas tree was at the you at these special times. We want
p.m. All family members and There were 15 completed quilts Jerry Pendry and sunk to the tune of front of the room with Santa's you to know there is something
friends are welcome to attend. and many more colorful designs still "White Christmas' by Irving reindeer in foreground standing in worth living for and someone who
In progress. Store manager Robert Berlin. Mrs. Lawson presented greenery and pine cones patiently loves and cares for you.
Garrett provided doughnuts and cof- small crocheted green and red hats waiting for their trip Christmas Eve. Call right now 964-6971. Prayer
Christie Rodgers fee and many congratulations to the with a high crown to use as pot lid Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus stood line days and hours are as follows:
Bryan Oden women. holders to protect your fingers each on one side of the tree The ar- Dec. 22& 23, 7 pm to 10 pm.; May God
Ms. Ruby Hersey offered thanks to The luncheon tables were covered rangement of the Christmas candleswas reveal the Christ of Christmas to you
guest speakers Lucille Payne, Kim with pink cloths and centerpieceswere on the piano encircled bv this year Is our prayer for you.
Wed Dec. 23 Hightower, Bonnie King, and Betty pink carnations and Baby's
Foster McRae to
Hildebrand. She said they helped the breath in crystal vases. )Each place
class especially with the knowledgeof was marked with a green or red I
short-cuts and quick tips. crocheted wreath pin. Seventeen I
V Mrs. Hilda Daugherty of Berrien The wedding will be held Satur- members and one guest Blanche Otto I
Springs, Mich. and Mr. Robert day, Dec. 23, at 3 p.m. at the First attended this luncheon QCC I
Ruthsatz of Stevensville, Mich., anPresbyterian Church in Starke.
nounce the approaching marriage of Staff Sgt. McRae recently return- Christmas ServiceAt ,
ed to the states after serving a tour
their daughter, Suzanne Foster, to UpcomingEvents.
Staff Sgt. Michael J. McRae, son of of duty of five years in West Germany St. John I
Mr. and Mrs. James E. McRae of and is now stationed at
Starke. Goodfellow AFB, San Angelo, St. John Missionary Baptist ird
Texas. Church will celebrate Jesus' birth on ,

liiIllil.f: lJJ'iItU Ji', ii'lIil JJl JJl'i ... a.m.Sunday with, Dec.Sunday 24, beginning school Worship at 9:45: ,

service will begin at 11 a.m. and the / ,
chett for the use of his farm, to Mitchell's -
'HogOysterRoast Drug Store and Carla's Sand- Christmas program will immediately
Held wich Shoppe for contributions. Special ChristmasEve follow morning worship at 1:30

Dec., 9 Regina Cannavo, ServiceSet p.m.Everyone is cordially Invited.
d at LawteyThere Rev. Herman Johnson, Pastor.
Chapter V of the Florida Council Charles Hamilton
oil Crime and Delinquency held its Wed Dec. 1 will be a praise and song
second annual hog/oyster service at 7 p.m. on Christmas eve, Santa ClausIs I
roast/membership drive and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamiltonwere Dec. 24, at the First Baptist Churchof
Christmas party on Saturday, Dec. married on Dec. 1 at the Lawtey. Special music and Coming To Town !
9, at Marvin Pritchett's Rolling bride's parents home in San Mateo testimonies will be given by -
Claus will make
Santa an appearance
Oaks Horse Farm.Approximately Florida. members of the church.
.' Charles, son of Mr. Stanley G. A candlelight service will be heldon at the Bradford County
75 people enjoyed Hamilton, Sr. of Middleport, N.Y. New Year's Eve on Dec. 31, star Public Library's Third Annual May the Christmas Spirit remain
: :.jJthe excellent food prepared by Chef and Ms. Jannie S. Rising of Starke,. ting at 10 p.m. with a song service: Christmas Party Thursday, Dec. 21 within hearts the
I throughout
"" rs will be served at 11 at 10 a.m.Children. your
I find WChuckJody is graduate, of, Bradford HighSchool Refreshments ..
,,,., :.. 'i1I Dh'eu, ki!" .1''' and is, currently enlistedjij>'" p-irt.: and a final 30-mlnule'-. of all ages are invited to. coming year: We hope to always'be --
Iart"! FVce; :; service from 11:30-12: come share, the refreshments 1 J'Y (." \ { .
A *iv* am ** the United States Air thereto t.' e'3'i. r" i' "; 'r. *r. r" T
Horse rides were enjoyed, com- Regina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'p.m. to usher in the new year.. stories, games, and fun. Cameras se
pliments of Terry Bass. Kenneth Crawford of San Mateo, is Pastor Grayson McNeil) cordially are welcome, if the parents would 3
'The ,weather was cold but the also a graduate of Bradford High invites everyone to attend these like pictures of their children with Joan's
fashions i
scenery including the Clydesdale School and is presently employed at special services. First Baptist Santa. : if
horses, was beautiful and the food Terwillegar Motors in Starke. I Church Is located on Adams Street The annual Party is sponsored by
was delicious. (The above announcement was Lawtey. Turn left beside Lawtey the Friends 0 Library and the
Chapter V would like to express turned in as a correction to the Elementary School. members of the Library staff. For Starfe Plaza 964.7651 t
to Marvin Prit- more information, call 9646400.
their appreciation ,previously printed item.)



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Upjohn.. flea lthGare Services Hosts open House Dec... -14- Mann.ParrishGathering Outreach --

Upjohn Healthcare Services For those not familiar with Upjohn Ms. Set Mission Revival ;
Beverly Russia,
hosted an open house at their new Healthcare. Services, it is a private Starke office, of the For Dec. 30 Sets Dates
anticipates it will ac-
location at 225 S. Orange St. on in home health care service which
Thursday, Dec. 14, from 46pm. provides nursing care at home or at services comodate more staff and expand the -. .1., '.
The reception area was decked out the hospital, whichever is needed. munity. now available to our com The annual Mann-Parrish gather- Sours) Outreach Mission of Hampton :
in festive style with a Christmastree Surprisingly, even housekeeping, Ing is set for Saturday,Dec. 30, at will celebrate a revival from Fri
garlands candles and a cooking, shopping, and driving Guests were greeted by Ms. Rita the Union County Recreational Complex day,Dec.29, through Friday,Jan. 5.
beautiful array of hors d'ocuvres needs can be supplied for those who Hormlla,who is a KN Clinical Super .The basket lunch will be held at Services will begin at 7 p.m. each
Desserts and punches were are unable to perform these tasks visor at the facility and who also 2 p.m. night.
available in the candl(>.ht employees themselves,enabling many to live at helped with the preparations for the All friends and relatives are invited Rev. A.L. Laney cordially Invites
lounge Outside paper bag home who would not otherwise be event. to attend. everyone to attend the services.
luminaries lined the (torn ,nt t tin office able to cope on their own. <:office:...0. is much larger and -

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r Pvt.Shane O.Burrus

AQ Lb. Shane O. Burrus
JI Graduates Basic !

On Dec. 5, Pvt. Shane O. Burrus i
I I I -a graduated from the U.S. Marine I
Corps basic training at Parrli
Island, S.C.
After a shod leave at home, Pvt.
Burrus will report to the advanced
\ I D school of Infantry at Camp Geiger,
v Q Camp LeJeune, N.C. Pvt. Burrus i li I
/ Ivv a 1989 graduate of Bradford High !
School and is the son of Tim and Connie I
av Hannon of Starke. 'I'I'e
A e I
v \ SouthsideElem.

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: ; day, Dec. 18, through Tuesday, Jan.
c 2, has been designated Christmas
holidays for students in Bradford
sH FIiO County schools. School will resumeon
Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1990.
May we take this opportunity to

S r 1 2 c wish safe you and all joyous a Merry New Christmas Year. anda

From Mr. Dunn, Counselor: Con-
gratulations to "The Kid of the
Each := iai'Li Month" for November I
Kindergarten: Brewer, Alessa
: {T\ Bennefield; Harrison, Krystal
EXTRA III:3- -<' Turner; Morgan, Bryan Manningand
-o TM w Ev Jennifer Bush.
First Grade: Wasdin, Kristopher
9/D4 -(\ Wanton, Griffin, Thomas Casey;
SUNs______ Taylor, Amanda Looney; McKinney -
c Peques.Second, Gina. Griffis; Dunbar, Sabrina

Grade: Neighbors Kelly
Connaughton; Hamilton, Kristy Jor-
dan, Tougaw, Matt Brown;
; Tetstone, Vanessa Van Camp.
: Third Grade: Tetstone, Kevin
I 1 Eaves; Torode, Krista Fuqua; God-
m I win, Melissa Crews; Reddish
Natarsha Tyson: Johnson, Jill

Lk ...SchlofmanY..Fount! .Grade.;_Lopez, April
1 'Fisdale, 'Hudson; Regina Thompson
; ; Schmidt, Melissa Wynn; Rapp,
Andrea Aquirre.
Fifth Grade: Stroud Jonathan
Turner; Baker, Adam Fischer;
Wood, Tiffany Donn; Chandler
Atoya Blount. '
From Mrs. Ferguson Assistant
Fresh Grade A Principal: Great news from Mrs.
Frozen Grade A Washington State Extra Fancy Mary Agnes Ferguson, Asst. Prin-
4-7 Lbs. Average Q cipal..we are proud to announce
1 that our state assessment test scores
BAKING TURKEYBREASTS RED OR GOLDEN are up from last year's scores.
Thanks to our students,teachers and
parents who worked so hard in this
hope all of you can come by
Southside to see the sharks artist
Rudy Ash sculpted for us. We were
very fortunate to have her come to
59CLb. 39cLb. us from Santa Fe Community Col
lege for a day to give the students a
chance to watch an artist at work.
b Thanks to all of you and our

,. . e teachers who were so generous in
4I response to our Thanksgiving basket

$ :FOOD 1 1 1 \PON 1 EMPLOYEES. I ;WJ M t.' ) OIUj; ,ft.. JI4 'Y'' Jf'oC'ID'' l i l [ISEASO' .N i project baskets for We It some families.We were of .our able Southside to take

-- still need volunteers to work at
school with the children or at home
making materials to be used in the
2 Liter Diet Pepsi r classroom. Thanks to all our
Old Milwaukee & 42 Oz. 40 Off Coors & I wonderful volunteers. Many, many
PEPSI COLA hours have already been donated to
Old Milwaukee Lt. SURFDETERGENT Coors Light our school.
We hope all of you will have a hap-
12/24pkcn holiday season and we look
890 12/6 pk cn forward to working with you and
your child in 1990.A .
2 Liter Diet Mt. Dew special thank you to our music

v $809 $169 Mt.. Dew. .. .. .... .. .9!9 $289" teacher directing, Mrs.her fourth Jenny grade Eckenrode teachersin for
6 12 Oz. Pepsi an outstanding Christmas musical
and Related Items .eo eo. 1.S!9 last week. We are very fortunate to
have such a kind and patient teacheras
Mrs. Eckenrode.
Another thanks to Mrs. Barbara
9.5 Oz. Reg./ 64 Oz. Premium Brown editor of our school
l 3 Oz. All FlavorsJELL0 16 Oz. Cut Or French Style 'Bran BiscuitsBUTTERME Food Lion newspaper for all her hard work during -
i 1989. Parents, we do pring the
Green Beans/17 Oz. Whole Or
> SSE ,
J newspaper "Sharkbife News"
Cream Style Corn ORANGEJUICE i*I In the Telegraph once each month so
s o' 17 Oz. Sweet Green Peas OTS i you can be sure what is happening\ at
Southside. It is also sent home with

2 ,)I our Last students., but not. least, we would like
3/1/ 2/790/ 109iC1 $ 59 to thank Mrs. Sylvia Wheeler at the
M -- Telegraph for doing such a superb
stt.t? ". job with Southside Nws. We do ap-
JE IQ nY.ECAV ,'. iii! ; predate your hard work, Sylvia as
_____ 't tter ., well as other Telegraph employeesfor
.f-. 'l'T.s helping us get our Sharkbite
.; f., -.. News to you. I
50 Ct. 8 7/8" 10.5 Oz. ,- Raisin Bran 12 Oz. Sharp Cheddar 8 Oz. Food Lion \ On Dec. 14 a Christmas singalongwith
faculty and students was held
) STURDYWAREPLATES 11.9 Oz; Corn Flakes GREAT LAKES FRENCHONIOH t outside. Several faculty members
t KELLOGG'SCEREAL enjoyed caroling for the audience.
r Thanks to pianist Jenny Eckenrode,
v' CHEESE DIP2I99o J : our music teacher.

$109 8gc' $199I' IwEncN

I'' t y: "Deerfoot;'Village- ', -$110._iIc--" -:. ._ f ONION n1 1 V '

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f fI WoN0>ng AiiMdMM Momf ptoyw
the harpsichord wh n he was only
three and "
wrote a symphony wh n
he was lflht-y ara-old.

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not later than Dec. 28th 1989. Husband and Wife r '
DATED this 30th day of November Defendant ; f fe W y described herelnobove'ond. theft East, along lost sold Westerly boundary
4'.1 1989.) 'xl ;}, ,WfttM if UK* Geneva and Including 143.86 feet to the POINT OF BEGINN
RAY NORMAN TO: PAUL L. : 'wifttoMiityj f ) 5tznstr.rioin"ifl ING.hat been filed against you ALBERT F.
Clerk of Circuit Court
unknown but whose
t ACT1Ott.t 110 that on action totiytglge'en YOUNG JR.. a/k/a FRANK YOUNG; The

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r P"T I. J GAWLEY. residence
NOTICE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ,\, e enJMed against voo and or Other Claimants claiming by.
THE last
INTENTION;: rt_ known mailing Qitlieei '" .l quired under ALBERT F.
1 V Qr'1 to erve a copy ofyouTWsiftM ;; through or against
Box 862 Keystone HeJghM defenses, H any to It on TITO S. YOUNG JR. who I I. not known to be
COUNTY FLORIDA Florida 32636
.4 : RUTH M.
,' >. ; j n.D ; OAMJli, jUMIM, rVfftlH' Attorney Post Office dead or alive; and BAILEY ADVERTISING
.,I.. Punuant to Section B6*>,0e..fa) 1 FLORIDAICwuCf CASE NO. 89-366-CA residence unknown but whpr*. IMP; reJotka Florida and are required to serve a
;, Statute, notice It hereby ,1 Ivea fiot e,. t !f';; 't -- NO. 58.587 CA FLORIDA INVESTORS MORTGAGE known mailing address le t.prsr111B115E1.' ; 33078. ont you
: : t,'Iif' 't': y : Pet H Met January Ilk 1990. and file the copy of your written defenses If any to
I. undersigned CORPORATION.
TOO J. Plaintiff Box
SAMONI 336$' 862. Keystone Height. Florid : edglncl with the Clerk of this Court It on Kent Ridge a Crawford plaintiff
St. Clair St., Starke, Florida 3J09I. AIHION, Plaintiff.VS. v*. 32636; ALAN C.
rile FOLEY
retldonc* either "before service on Plaintiffs At. attorney whose address I I.: 22S Water
owner doing builneii under the flrinname JULIE MORRIS SEDGWICK f/k/a unknown but whose last known ''
? mailing'
: torney or Immediately thereafter otherri Street, Suite 900; Jacksonville, Florida
HORSE TRADM Is: Post Office Box 1019 ri
My f g default will be entered against 32202 on or before January 12. 1990.
: '.. MAGAZINE. 336 N. St. Clair St.. StarkeL UNOIR NICHAIOJ! MCFAJHI0N RONALD SEDGWICK. Defendant touk. New York 11954
4 *.', 'lANO'St ; J* yaw 'f/the relief demanded the Com. and file the original with the Clerk of
.:,." : Florida 32091 Intend to register ..if'i GUJ MCPASHION.' Defendant*. NOTICE OP SALE FOLEY residence unknown but wftOM 'feint' *r Petition.VWTNfrS this Court either before SKI vice on plain
} '. fictitious nom. under the eferewKJstatute. .. MOTICIO!ACTDrl| PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 49 last known mailing address Ise Poet Qb my band and the seal of this tiff's attorney or immediately thereafter,
1019 Montauk New Yerj' C_ the be entered
,IONs gn lit day of December, 1989. otherwise a default will
Dated this 14th CLAIMING' BY OR UNDER following-described
of to-wlt 11994
I" day December, A,0. property : ; HERBERT CRAMER residence ItAYNORMAN. against for the relict demanded In
.' In Bradford County Florida. NIQKALOS MCFASHION AND/OR OUSMCFAIHION A parcel of land containing one acre, unknown but whose. ,' known moiling Clerk of Circuit Court the complaint or petition.

i h 12/14 4tpd 1/04; Cont. Nov:JM : more or less, lying In the SE 1/4 of address Is: 1048 Aleconte Rood, Sty |y:Carol Williams Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and seal of this
.., YOU ARC NOTIFIED of the Institution Southeast 1/4 of Section 9, Township 6 Augustine, Florida 32084
; DANIAL A. WOT tchg 12/28: Cont. No. 302 Court on the 11th day of December,
ef tHJ .
action I by Plaintiff, ROYMCFgHiQPt. South Range 22 East Bradford County REBER residence unknown I but whole "" 1989.
.;. TO OF REGISTER INTENTION ; against you seeking to Florida and, being more particularly last known mailing address Is: 3BI9 Fort IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH RAY NORMAN,
FICTITIOUS ; 'i_rxHH en the flowing f doselb.d.supt described as follows: Avenue, lynchburg Virginia 24302. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Clerk of the Circuit Court
NAME tll Bradford County Florida. to- PARCEL NO. 1: Commence at the SE AND IF THEY BE DEAD TO ANY AND BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Carol Williams. Clerk
NOTICE By: Deputy
'. : IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ,rM| ,. "* )' corner of said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run ALL PERSONS CLAIMING AS HEIRS, CIVIl: ACTION NO: 89-387-CA 1/04 Cont. No. 327
.J. undersigned desiring to engage In., A parcel 1 ef land hl|"g. being' and thence North 0203' Wet along the DEVISEES. GRANTEES 'ASSIONIfS, ,FN, PfOrHKTIE, INC.. a Florida 12/14Itchg :
business under the fictltloui name of' situate In. the Nl 1NW 1/4 of Sec. Easterly boundary thereof a distance of LIENORS. CREDITORS TRUSTEES Ol corporation, Plaintiff NOTICE OF BID "

WESTERN STEER FAMILY STEAKHOUSE. lion 32. Township 6 South, Range 22 421.75 feet to Paint of Beginning: from OTHER CLAIMANTS UNDER SAID DEFIN-' v*
at number 1100 S. Walnut St., In the City lest |lit the City of Starko. Bradford Point of The New River Solid Waste Association
Beginning thus described run DANTS: AND TO ANY AND ALL OTHJEH ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR.; The Unknown
--.g of Starke, Florida Intends to register the County. Florida; sold parcel "being" marepartjcWotly thence South 8638' West a distance of PERSONS OR CORPORATIONS. HAVING) Helri, Devisee Grantees, Assignees, will receive written sealed bids ot
... said name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
described! as follows: 200 feet to a point; run thence North OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN ANQrTO' llenar fl; /odllor', Trustees of Other 55 North 3rd St.. Macclenny Florida
'If.'t Court of Bradford County Florida.Dated '' Cwwmenc at the No/thMtt prrr of 0203' West and parallel to aforesaid THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED lANOt tN C at Claremont N.C., this 8th day said N* 1/4" NW 1/4 South 4 1990 for the following:
run Easterly
boundary a distance of 218 feet BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA TO-Wfft, -or.9M/n/ ALBEIT F. YOUNG. JR., who .
September. 1989. degree, 30 minute end 42 second to a point; run thence North 86'28' East a A parcel of land being ,lying,__' '' ,few i known. to be dead or alive, BAILEY General Property and Casualty Insurance

WESTERN STEER FAMILYSTEAKHOUSI .fat, along the Easterly boundary distance of 200 feet to aforesaid Easterly situated Section 25.Township" Baydt *ADVE.TIMN9:. and ROYAL APPLIANCE CoverageBid
be obtained the
packages can ot
J thereof, 26.05 feet to the Southerly boundary; run thence South 02*05' East Range 22 East, Bradford ?4-'tqGtJCqDfend.nts.
Richard Croft Vice President County >, ; ; office of the New River Solid Waste
boundary oj the !right-of-way of County along sold Easterly boundary a distanceof and more particularly cI.w'W.' !' NOTICE OF ACTION Association at the above address.All .
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11/304tpd 12/21 Rood 100-A; thence South B7 degree, 41 218 feet to the follows KU'KQyAI:
.I Conlrol ; Point of Beginning. : f" APPLIANCE MFG. CO. an bids must be sealed and contain
"'-P'I' Nq.419 .minute and$6 seconds West along said PARCEL NO. 2.: A parcel of land con. Commence at the Northwest cegy 4 ONe certeratlon not outhorlied to dohIgymWis the words "Insurance Bid" clearly marked
.\_ ,,I r NOTICE OF INTENTION. :. tfluth rV ayndery, 71147 feat loon talnlng 1 acre mare or less, lying In the the Northeast One Quarter oiTthe.l* >); In the Va' Florida John A. on the outside of the envelope.The .
TO REGISTER |r' p-lpe far Point of Beginning. From'FaSa Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of Southwest One Quarter of said ftejf1.*! ': '1ekhjifft.| ; ......' and Registered Agent New River Solid Waste Association

; FICTITIOUS NAME \ .*. Manning thy/* described run Section 9, Township 6 South Range 22 23 and run South 367 feet: then**,rv*.*"' aIf' .. Rood Bay Village, Ohio reserves the right to reject any and
tr., Pursuant to Section 663.09 Florid : I/\fI\ 4 degree, 42 minute and 02 East Bradford County Florida more East and parallel with the North 'lint' ej tf40.:,' all bids or portion thereof.

: Statutes, notice !I. hereby given that the) eac.nds East parallel I with the Westerly particularly described as follows: the South 1/2 of said Section ;&: ..*. YOU ARC NOTIFIED that an action to George Knabb Chairman
.S:S undersigned RONALD BENNETT, Route boundary of said NE 1/4 of NW t/A Commence at the SE corner of sold SE distance of 2110.54 feet to the feftsrfy foreclot 0 mortgage encumbering the ttchg 12/21: Cont. No. 330
1 Box 97X Newberry Fl 32669 and 1346.09 feet to 9* Iron pipe, on the 1/4 of SE 1/4*and thence run North 02*OS' right-of-way line of State Rood No. '\t llowing property In Bradford County NOTICE OF

JOHN NEWSOM 123 NW 23rd Ave., .... Southerly boundary of sold Nf 1/4 of NW West along the Easterly boundary thence continue East a distance ol IgftOn Florida vt' SHERIFF'S SALE
;;', 14. Gainesville, Fl 32601. (loin Ownejrs 1/4; thence South 87 degrees, '14 thereof a distance of 639.75 feet to pointof feet; thence run South 6349" East, {p: A Dfrcel attend containing 1 .00 acres,

doing business under the firm name of minute and 21 seconds Weet ol1tnlllo.t beginning: from point of beginning, feet; thence run South K'W Well, !.tif. :r '.."''.J?' .Lae. and lying!!!: In the SE 1/40' Notice Is hereby given Iholl.I Kenneth

SIGNS GALORE. 1640-0, S. Walnut St.. aforesaid Southerly boundary. 100,37 thus described run South B628' West a feet; thence run South 2TOWett. f 5e1f 1/4 it Motion ;Township 6 South Etherldge, as sheriff of Bradford County
f. Starke, Florida 32091. Intend to register feel to an 'Iron pipe at the South*?:*!corner distance of 200 feet to a point; run feet; thence run South OSW Exist 341,09 botgB( 22 lost,.Bradford County Florida. Florida under and by virtue of Writ of
said fictitious name under the aforesaid of a parcel described Deed Book thence North 02OS' West and parallel to feet; thence run South 1431' Wes>. .< kid ),beLgg portion of the tract Execution to wit:
statute. 4, Page 77 of the public record of said aforesaid Easterly boundary a distanceof feet; thence run South 7831'09" Wey'' geMt id la Q.R. Book 172 Page 27 of Execution Issued out of County Court

Dated this 7th day of December A.D.In County (sold Southeast corner being 218 feet to a point; run thence North 1834.20 feet to a concrete monumjpt aji ..| HMbllcrecards! I of sold County and bee of Alachua County Florida pursuant
Bradford County Florida. 921.00 feet Easterly of the Southwest 86'28' East a distance of 200 feet to the Easterly right-of-way line of-tojd, Int' mpre particularly described as a Final Judgement for Sun Bank of

12/07 4tpd 12/28; Cont. No. 300 corner of said NE 1/4 of NW 1/4)); thence aforesaid Easterly boundary; run thence State Road No 21; said concrete menu* r t9 wei Commence ot an Iron pipeotlod Gainesville, Florida and against James
North 4 degrees 42 minute and 02 South 0203' Eat along said Easterly' ment being 1550 feet Southerly gi et the NW corner of said tract E. Holder, defendant In the amount of
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO seconds West, along the Easterly boundary boundary a distance of 218 feet to pointof measured along said Easterly rtght-of. (O.*. look 172. Page 27)) for POINT OF 52.501.99 together with costs of collec

REGISTER of said parcel and parallel with said beginning.will way line, from a point 367 feet South of BEGINNING and run South 77 degrees, tion.
FICTITIOUS NAME Westerly boundary. 420.0 feet to on Iron be sold at public auction to the the North line of the South 1/2 p/f.paid V nUnutes and 06 seconds East, along sion Hove the seired and have In my posses
pipe at the Northeast corner of said highest and best bidder for cash sold Section and said concrete monu")seet the. Northerly boundary thereof, 309.55 following perlonolprop.rtv
.,n, Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida .portel; thence South 67 degree 14 ala to be held In the lobby of the Bradford being the Point of Beginning' .f IhN ,., to an Iron get on the Westerly boundary (Homemade to-wlt Trailer:). 1989 ASPT TI
Statutes, notice Is hereby glv.n that th.undersigned. minutes and .29 second West along ,the County Courthouse, Starke. Florida description. ((1)) Thence run Nerlfi ot the right-of-way of State Road As the property of the above named
DUGGER. 4104 NW FLURIACH 69th St., Gainesville.Florida and EDDIE. Northerly boundary of said parcel and on the 2nd day of January 1990 at 11.00: 7831'09" East 1613.13 feet to q copcrf* No. 200 (U.S. 301)): thence South 16 defendant and that' on Tuesday the 16th

.,'t, 32609 (joint owners, parallel with the Southerly boundary of a.m.Sold monument In the approximate ordinary degrees, 09 minutes and 08 seconds day of January 1990 at 2:00 p.m. on said
business under the firm name of BRAD.doing aid NE 1/411' NW 1/4. 172.21 feet to an sale shall be made pursuant a high water line of lake GeneM. ,J.(2J West, along laid Westerly boundary day of the premises of the Bradford
FORD COUNTY GUN AND PAWN SHOP. Iron pipe; thence North 4 degree 42 Final Judgement entered in the above Thence run along told high water tine 14.18 I set to 9 set Iron: thence North 77 County Jail I will offer for sole and sell

1755 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida minute and 03: second West, parallel entitled action on the 27th day of with the following course ." .. i, :4IOi'.... 57 minutes and 06 seconds to the highest bidder for cash in hand
'. 32091 Intends to register said fictitious" .with laid Westerly boundary 928.27 feet November, 1989'. distances: South 23'53'22" Welt, 2L .y ; o :We t, parallel with said Northerly boundary the above described property of said
',' name under the aforesaid statute. M an Iron pipe an the aforesaid SoutherfJH DATED this 30th day of November feet; South OS*06'10" East I23..U ffH. 294-16 feet to an Iron let on the defendant to satisfy the of or.laud Ex

'" Dated this 19th day of December A. ;";. boundary of the right-of-way of Coun 1989. ((3)) Thence leave said high wafer In* f, Westerly boundary of aforesaid tract ecution.
"' 1989 In Bradford County Florldp. t Road 100-A; thence North B7 degree*. RAY NORMAN and run South 7937'46" WaV IVZ2j: {!! ((0.'. took 172. Page 27)): thence North KENNETH ETHERIDGE Sheriff.
r\: 12/21 4tpd 1/11; Cant. No. 339STARKE 41! minutes end 56 second East, along Clerk of the Circuit Court feet; ((4)) Thence run North UVJ' r... !' dejref, 46 minutes and 13 seconds Bradford County, Florida
,.:s.' -Led aforesaid Southerly boundary By: Carol Williams. Deputy Clerk 'West, 242.68 feet to a point 90 feet shorf 12/21 4tchg' 1/11; Cont., No. 334

.1'. jrCmiBLCH [ I 2 2.e7. feat to the Point of Beginning. 12/072tchg 12/14; Control No. 301 on this bearln of call ((1)) of this daecrlp- I

,riy ;'VOH>AKf RSQOWED { I. tlon; ((5))Thence run South 7831'09" We/
OFGOD : fit file tour writ. VKO. "r"" .
t ) ...,......, If any to this actlpn with 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH and parallel' with Call ((1) a distance of :, ."
422 N. St.Clair Mi44t ,tte Cjffk *. the Circuit 4ourlln and for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 1 1160 feet, more or lets to the East right' -

(' .. John Spratlln Pastor sfl4forW| County.. Florida, and serve a BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA of-way line of State Road No. 21; ((61 OF J
: KV invite you to w4 sftlp wtth w, fqlty thereof upon the attorney for the CASE NO. 89-360-CA Thence run North 23'147' Wail end' U-S. Goy
who I I. right-of-way .p
Attended Nurtery -. P\9J.tif\\ ;
tf tV" R. ASSOCIATION OF PUTNAM COUNTY distance of 60 feet, more or less, so the
j' Sunday!Svhool: ---um.un. r- 10 pall .... JOHNNY HOWS JR. Esquire\
MomtagWorshlp ........,,.,...,.. 11 W\ '- Johnny R, Hobbs Jr.. P.A. Plaintiff. I Iv Point of Beginning and to clo.... The wotc,'. largest landowner Is the United States Government with
j : Evening Service __..,. too' '.0. Drawer 938; Starke, Fl 32091 TOGETHER WITH all of the property lying a! holding q>f 732 million acres.
: ; Wedne.d y Youth .____. _:730 (904))964-9700 JACK W. FAGAN,and ANNE Y. FAGAN, I between the Easterly boundary of .rrj}
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Parado; 29, Joshua Knipp Nikki IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH W" '''Hi ""'"'.P'" .'" thereafter otherwise '
mediately ; a
Hampton Wolfe, Melody Youngblood; 30, Cyn- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR default will be entered against you far
thia Jones, Rachel Smith; 31, Cyndi BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA 'the relief demanded In the complaint or
CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-383-CA petition.

Ililites St. Edwards FNB PROPERTIES INC.. a Florida I WITNESS my hand and seal of 'this

.... corporation. Plaintiff Court on the 11th day of December,
Christmas Schedule v.ALBERT s 1989.'

F. YOUNG JR.; The Unknown c.,, ,, RAY NORMAN.
by Dolores Meng Advent Penance Service, Fri., Heirs Devisees Grantees, Assignees, South 50 feet of Lot Seven of Block On., State Wide Collection Corporation; and Clerk of the Circuit Court
Phone Dec. 22 7:30
468-1913 Masses, -: Sat.p.m. Lienors, Creditors, Trustees or Other of HIGHWAY ADDITION to the Town of CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA; and you or.r.qulr.d By: Carol Williams, Deputy'Clerk

llnspitali/.ed: Norman Suisse is 8am. and 10 a Vigil m. 6p.m.; Sunday Claimants claiming by. through underor Starke, according to the plat th.r.of to serve a copy of your writtendefenses 12/14 4tchg 1/04;Cont. No. 324
amedical against ALBERT F. YOUNG JR., whoIs recorded In the office of the Clerk of the If
any to It on Kent Ridge I
in Room Christmas Masses IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
patient 305 at Sunday
not known to be dead
or alive BAILEY Circuit Court of Bradford
North Florida Regional Hospital in (Christmas Eve) 7 and 9 p.m. ; County Crawford, plaintiff's attorney, whostf address JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ADVERTISING: ELZIE S. SANDERS and Florida In Plat Book No. 2. page 16. Is 225 Water Street Suite 900.Jack.onvlll. ,
iciinesville; Mr. Christmas 10 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
Suisse is of Morning, a.m.
SANDRA P. SANDERS his wife and has been filed
against F.
: you Florida 32202 on or before CASENO:89165CAE.D.
the Christian New Years Masses Jan. 1 1990
Hampton -
Church. He ,
ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO.. Defen YOUNG JR.. a/k a FRANK YOUNG;.The January: 12, 1990. and file the original' ALLEN Plaintiff,
and his wife, Hilda celebrated their 8:30: a.m. and 10 a.m. dants.
olden; Altar Hosts V.O.A. Unknown Heirs Devisees Grantees, with the Clerk of this Court either;beforeservice vs.
Wedding Anniversary onNov Society Party:
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Assignees Lienors, Creditors,
25 We wish him a quick On Tuesday, Dec. 12, residents of the Trusteesor on plaintiff's attorney or Immediately DONALD RICHARD WILSON and GLORIA
on claiming by thereafter otherwise FRANCES WILSON his wife, and
i".'coveryAltfiul Volunteers of America were honored ; a
I Ohio corporation not authorized to do through under or against ALBERT F. default will be .nt.r.d against for FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK a Florida
Graduation with a Christmas party given by the you
: Randy Camp- business In the State of Florida John A. YOUNG. who Defendants
bell received his bachelors St. Edward's Altar Society. JR.. is not known to be the relief demanded In the complaint or banking corporation.
degree Balch President'
Registered Agent dead or olive: BAILEY ADVERTISING; petition. NOTICE OF SALF
on Sat. Dec. 16, at Florida State Refreshments were served and 27007 Wolf Road Bay Village, Ohio ELZIE S. PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
hand and
my seal of this
t I'OR to all the Teresa
rsity in Tallahassee. His gifts given
major -
44140. Notice Is given that pursuant to a finaludgement
SANDERS his wife and Court the
; requiredto 11th
you are on day'of December
led the of Christmas ,
is In Management Information Meng singing dated
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ( December 14, 1989 inCase
an to serve a copy of your written defenses, 1989.
Systems, minoring in Computer carols and familiar melodies. Number 89-165-CA of the
foreclose Circuit
a mortgage encumbering the if to It &
any on Kent. Ridge Crawford.plaintiff' ,
Science We wish Among those assisting with the RAY NORMAN. Court of
to congratulate following in Bradford the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and
Randy for grndimting In the ton 10. party were Betty Dazmski, Mary Florida: property County 225 attorney whose address Is: Clerk of the Circuit Court for Bradford COunty Florida, in which
Gissy, Sophie Kimutis Elois Jones Water Street Suite 900. Jacksonville By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk E.D.
percent of his class. He formerly attended Porcef( One: Lot 5 of Block of ALLEN I. Plaintiff and DONALD
1 Florida 32202 before
Anne Ruth on or 12/14 4tchg 1/04 Coot No. 325
Hampton Elementary School Highway Addition to Starke AND Lot 1 of
January 12 1990 and file the original
Matt and Dolores Meng. WILSON his wife, and FLORIDA NATIONAL
and is a graduate of Bradford High Block E EXCEPT South 10 feet of East 146 with the Clerk of this Court either before IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH BANK Florida
a banking corporation -
School St. Edward'sChristmas feet and EXCEPT East 84 feet of North 41 service on plaintiff's attorney or immediately JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR are Defendants. I will sell to
lianclj's mother, Mrs. Marcelline feet; and Lot between Blocks B and E. thereafter; otherwise a BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA the highest and best bidder for cash In

(I'.unpbell, and his grandmother. PartySt. EXCEPT East 84 feet: and Lot 2 of Block E. default will be entered against you for CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-279-CA the lobby of the Bradford County Courthouse

Mis Clifford Prevatt, attended the Edward's parishioners held EXCEPT 146 feet and North feet of Lot the relief demanded in the complaint or FNB PROPERTIES. INC.. a Florida in Starke, Bradford County,

1 graduation exercises held at the their annual Christmas party in the 3. Block E. EXCEPT East 146 feet at platof petition. corporation, Plaintiff, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on January 4,

I.ill.ihasbee Civic Auditorium. Parish Hall Sunday evening, Dec. N.J. Jones Addition to the Town ofStark. WITNESS my hand and seal of this v. 1990. the following described propertyset
I..itc December Birthdays: 13, Raymond .. Court on the 11th day of December ALBERT F. YOUNG JR.. a/k/a FRANK forth In the order of final judgement:

Williams; 14, Clay Archey, 17.Tables were covered with white Parcel Two: Situated at 321 Clark 1989. YOUNG; The Unknown Heirs. Devisees, A parcel of land lying the Southeast

( \stdl Coggins; 15, Wilma Clark cloths and decorated with poinsettia Street Storke, Florida and described as RAY NORMAN Grantees, Assignees, Lienors, quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of

\ikki Wolf; 16, Angie Mitchell plants, colorful bows and votive follows: The lots, pieces. or parcels of Clerk of the Circuit Court Creditors, Trustees or Other Claimants SW 1/4 of Section 31, Township 7 South

Susan Parmenter ; 18, Paula lamps. The gift table was centered land situated In the County of Bradford By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk claiming by through under or againstALBERT Range 22 East Bradford County Florida;

tthoden.' ; 19, Sidney Dell Jason Meullough with) a small lighted Christmas tree. State of Florida, known and described as 12/mtchg I 1/04; Cont. No. 326 F. YOUNG. JR.. who It not described said parcel being more particularly
< Brian McC'lellan James Beverages, hors d'oeuvres, and follows: to-wit: East 84 feet of lot I I. known to be dead or alive; KIERT SUN- as follow.: Commence at the
I'in s\ the 20, Peter James Knipp; Block E IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Southeast corner of said Southeast
finger foods were prepared and as per mop or plat of N.J. Jones' DUSADEE and CRISANTA V. SUN-
:2.! I Donald Smith 23, Chasity Jones, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 or
; Addition
served by Zita Shuford and her son, as recorded In Deed Book N at DUSADEE hie wife; BARNETT RECOVERY
BRADFORD SW 1/4)) and run West along the South
KomcoParado; 24, Jeanette Gatlin; Page 379 of the COUNTY, FLORIDA CORPORATION
Joey. Games were led by Debbie current public records of a Florida corporation
boundary thereof 90 feet the
.' >. Trenton Jones, Audrey Ford; 26, Bradford CIVIL ACTION NO. 89-280-CA West
Connaughton. Among those County Florida. ALSO beginning f/k/a State Wide Collection Corporation; of the
boundary of
FNB right-of-way State
( .iss.-indra Fisher, Joyce Collins, assisting with the party were Sophie ot NE corner of said Lot 1. Block E PROPERTIES INC., a Florida CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA; and ROYAL Road 325; thence North along said West

Philip Larisey; 27, Paul Morgan, Kimutis and Sallye Scoggins. and run Northerly and parallel with corporation. Plaintiff APPLIANCE MFG. CO.; Defendants. boundary 964 feet to the Point of Beginn

Jessica Marshall ; 28, RandyIN Clark Street 52.5 feet more or less to vs. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO ing. From Point of Beginning thus
South side of Block B of N.J. Jones' Addition F. YOUNG JR., a/k/o FRANK : ROYAL APPLIANCE MFG. CO.. an described continue North, along sold
THE CIRCUIT COURI Lois 4 5 and 8 Block 14. LINCOLN CITY YOUNG The Unknown
COUNTY FLORIDA thence run Westerly along South Devisees, Ohio corporation not authorized to do West boundary 356 feet more or less, to
OR BRADFORD in Section 32 Townshop 6 South. Grant...
Civil No. 89407-CA side' of said Block B, a distance of 84 Assignees, Lienors. business in the State of Florida John A. the North boundary of said Southeast
Circuit 22 East Bradford County Florida. Creditors
feet, thence Trustees or Other Claimants Botch President and of Southwest SE 1/4 of
run quarter quarter (
( ORTUNE SAVINGS BANK etc. Plaintiff at public sale to the highest and best Southerly parallel with Registered Agent,
S bidder for cash ot the front door of the Clark Street a distance of 52.5 feet moreor claiming by through under or against 27007 Wolf Road Bay Village Ohlon SW 1/4)), thence West along said North

DES tPNF AARON et ol! Defendants Bradford County Courthouse in Storke less to North edge of said Lot 1 of ALBERT F. YOUNG. JR., who is not 44140. boundary 1230 feet, more or less, to the
Block E, thence known to be dead or olive; BARNETT YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Westerly' boundary of said Southeast
NOTICE OF SALE Florida. at 11 00 a in on 4 January run Easterly along the an action to
Mr'+t.. o is hereby given that pursuanthe 1990 North side of said Lot 1 of Block E a RECOVERY CORPORATION a Florida foreclose a mortgage encumbering the quarter of Southwest quarter (SE 1/4 of
'" Cider or Final Judgement entered RAY NORMAN. distance of 84 feet to point of beginning corporation, f/k/a Stale Wide Collection following property in Bradford County SW 1/4)i) thence South along said

th cause .m the Circuit Court of Brad. Clerk of the Circuit Court all being In SE 1 1/4 of SW 1/4. Section 28. Corporation; CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA: Florida: Westerly boundary 356 feet, more or

d unty Florida I will sell the pro By Carol Williams Deputy Clerk Township 6 South Range 22 East. and ROYAL APPLIANCES MFG. CO.: Lots 5, 6, 7, and 8 of Block 12 Original less heretofore, to the Northwest corner of lands

it -,,i-uoted in Bradford County 12 212lchgl2 28.:: Cont. No 331 Parcel Three: All of Lot Six and the Defendants Town of Starke except the East 105 feet Marilyn Esteshis conveyed wife to Oscar Estes Official and
.c.'rin described as NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
I!. : ROYAl APPLIANCE MFG. CO., thereof Section 26 Township 6 South Record Book 101, Page 249)), thence East
7r i ''r- I' f h h i Y, I' i r r r' "r'r = Ohio an Range 22 East Bradford County Florida. parallel with said South boundary of
corporation not authorized
to do has been filed against you ALBERT F. Southeast quarter of Southwest quarterSE
business In (he State of
Florida John A. YOUNG JR., a/k/a FRANK YOUNG; The ( 1/4 of SW 1/4)) 1230 feet, more or
Balch President and Registered Agent Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, less to the West boundary of State Road
: 27007 44140. Wolf Road Bay Village Ohio Assignees, Lienors Creditors Trusteesor 325 and Point of Beginning and contain-

r + i'i Other Claimants claiming by ing ten ((10)) acres more or less.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to through, under or against ALBERT F. DATED December 21, 1989.

foreclose a mortgage encumbering the YOUNG JR., who is not known to be RAY NORMAN.
following property in Bradford County dead or alive; KIERT SUNDUSADEE and Clerk of Circuit Court

Florida: CRISANTA V. SUNDUSADEE. his wife; 12/21 2tchg 12/28; Cont. No. 333
Lot 4, Block 2 of HIGHWAY ADDITION
?4 U'7ngfenoolt to Starke, EXCEPT North 10 feet thereof Florida corporation, f/k/a State Wide IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
per plat In Plat Book 2
t ot page 16, public Collection Corporation; and CITY OF JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
k \ records of Bradford] County,, Florida.
Y 3 LITER/CASE has been'Uled STARKE ; you are requiredto COUNTY LORIDA
against you. ALBERT F. a of written defenses, CASE NO: 89.2LCAWitLIAMY ,
serve cgog}(. your
If : : ,
NAVALLE WINES \ Unknown Heirs any. to lion Kent Ridge S Crawford TRINKSYPffaiihi I
Devisees Grantees
-c plaintiff's attorney, whose address Is:
j t GALLO 1.5 LITERCASEBI.l" \ Assignees, Lienors. Creditors, Trusteesor 225 Water Street Suite 900, Jacksonville BERNARDO BAEZ and BEVERLY K. BAEZ
Other Claimants claiming by his wife, and FLORIDA NATIONAL
28 50 \ Florida 32202. on or before
I ,l :-. .SAUVIGNON BLANC through under or against ALBERT F. BANK a Floria Banking Corporation
BOURBONS/CANADIANS January 12. 1990 and file the original
\ YOUNG JR., who Is Defendants
not known to be
with the Clerk of this Court either before
to. 150 ML./CASE dead or olive BARNETT NOTICE OF SALE
B'glt LY;TM1.75 I 71.00 Fat I UNw 44.50 f \ ORATION, a Florida corporation f/k/a service on plaintiff's attorney or Im- PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45

t i IX IV Notice is given that pursuant to a final
KENTUCKY BOURBON LIEBFRAUMILCH (judgement dated December 11, 19B9 InCase

BLACK LABEL E I 750 ML./CASE Number 89-214-CA of the Circuit
GEORGE I3 L ; SUTTER Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In and
Dickel I ,95.00 HOME 47.00 \ for Bradford County, Florida in which


D):.b 98.95 53.00 \ r wife, and FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK a
-.061 Florida honking corporation are Defendants
t LITER'CASE NEW YORK STATE CHAMPAGNES \ tOt I will sell to the highest and best

i LORI) =. Y 75O ML./CASE, \ bidder for cash In the lobby of the Brad
CALVKRT 76.75CANADIAN 9-l'ene 65.00 \ ford County Courthouse In Slarke, Bradford
County Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
-I 1.75 LITER/CASE t CORDON NEGRO FROM SPAIN \ January 4. 1990 the following described

S IMPUHItO LirtK/CASfc MARTINI 750 ML./CASE property set forth in the order of final
CANADIAN 104.25 106.95 \ judgement:
y & ROSSI A tract of land situated In the
t MIST CANADIAN WHISKEY ASTI SPUMANTE FROM ITALYJPw&at Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast

75 ML./CASE'/ MU./LJ\SC. One Quarter of Section 23 Township 7
( Korbeli 1 o en \ South Range 21 East Bradford County
t+ 154.00 HAMPAnNFS I I Sb. Florida; said tract being more particular
THE LEGENDARY IMPORT .BRUT .ETRA DRY CHOSE ly described as follows: Begin at an Iron
pipe at the Southeast corner of the
Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast
One Quarter of Section 23 and run N 01
\ \ 4: k deg. 26 min. 01 sec. E, along the East

line of said Section 23 a distance ;of
GINS/RUMS/VODKAS _- 1316.27 feet to the Northeast Corner of
I the Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast -
; ; CORDONS GIN H' One Quarter; thence run N 88
76.75 deg. 34 min. 20 sec. W. along the North
\ _. LONDON DRY ,.75 LITER/CASE fI s CHRISTMAS line of said SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4; a

distance of 507.47 feet to an Iron pipe;

\ "I '" r I fLEISCHMANN'S 2:95: ,, { As the holiday nears, we wish you the 771.38 thence feet run to S 00 an deg Iron 36 plee min.; thence 20 W N,

\ 1' 'V GIN DISTILLED PRY ..h 1)I1 la.o. \ most treasured gifts of all. peace 80 deg. 29 min. 20 sec. W 631.48 feet to
Dst an iron the East
pipe on line of a 30 foot
\ iI .. .r1"y t / 94.6 PROOF I, d F GIN and love. Easement for Ingress and Egress; thence

( ///lr"l' fl1 140.50 uoHT miI run S 01 dog. 28 min. 56 sec. W, along

IMPORTED GIN 750 ML./CASE : Western Steer told East line 595.0 feet more or less to

l ll Ii = \ the Northerly right of way line of County
\Y Qapiain/torgan Hwy 301 S. Road No. 18; thence run Southeasterly

'r r..r.' ai l 88.95 4-8061 .along said Northerly right of way line
/ SPICED RUM 1 75 LITER/CASE Sir.- 340.0 feet more or less to an intersectionwith
\ LlTt.R/CASE i" \ the South line of said SE 1/4 of the
a BACARDI -- NE 1/4; thence run East along said South
\ PUERTO 104.75 n.Hu +t \ line 770.0 feet more or less to the Point

\ lII II Dciw1s RICAN rum AMBER SILVER .11. of Beginning. LESS AND EXCEPT THE
FOLLOWING: Commence at
an Iron pipe
at the Southeast Corner of the Southeast

82.95 One Quarter of ,the Northeast One

-- VODKA 1.75 LITER/CASE Quarter of Section 23 and run N 01 deg.
\ 26 min. 01 tec. E, along the East line of
\ ABSOWT 80 PROOF ; ., said Section 23, a distance of 1316.27

= 25 feet to the Northeast corner of the
t ., VODKA 1.75 LITER/CASE l : Southeast One Quarter of the Northeast
d On. Quarter; thence run N 88 deg. 34
min. 20 eec. W. along the North line of
sold] SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 a distance of

IIL'v 507.47 feel to art Iron pipe; thence run S
00 deg. 36 min. 20 sec. W, 771.38 feet to
an Iron pipe; thence run N 80 deg. 29
t y min. 20 tec. West. 243.34 feet to an Iron
BRANDIES/CORDIALS pipe and the point of beginning; thence

i continue N 80 deg. 29 min. 20 tec. W,
\ f, E$- BRANDY 82.95 A ri. # 210.0 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run S
If \ 11 141+ Q 09 deg. 30 min. 40 tec. W, 210.0 feet to
SCOTCHES 1y t 750 ML/CASE an Iron pipe Thence run South 80 deg.

RARE SCOTCH pi 29 min. 20 tec. E, 105.0 feet to a point

', lJiV R. Hennessy 190.50 hereafter referred to at Point """I
76.75J"'OUS" _G thence continue S 80 deg. 29 min. 20 tec.
\ 1.75 LITER/CASE ; V.S. COGNAC E. 105.0 feet to an Iron pipe; thence run
I t N 09 deg.30 min. 40 sec. E, 210.0 feet to
I Crawfond's 02.95./ Ve uyPer 75071. J the point of beginning. TOGETHER WITH
\ 1 00i ,a 15 foot easement for Ingress and

\ Saitcl SPECIAL RESERVE / FLAVNRED SCHNAPPS r EE2NGs egrets lying 7.50 feet right of and 7.50
i a 5 feet left of the above described point
't .'DEWAR'S 1.75 LITER/CASE BAILEYS 750 ML'cwsE "A" and run S 02 deg. 18 min. 52 tec. W.
filled with
May stocking joy
t \ Jm4.25J 'i 154.00 along Hid centerllne 365 feet more or
-whlteLaber" IRISH CREAM aplenty! ,Ins to the Northerly right of way line of '
J County Read No. 18 and the end of sold

12 YR. OLD 750 MLVCASE 750 ML/CASE Clerk of the Circuit Court
12/21 2tchg 12/28; Cont. No.332
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'Building is Addition to.CaIi: Street I

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A new professional building in screen unwanted, traffic noises as ..accounting,use and record leeching
Starke is nearing completion and Is well. provide pleasing.. views from and a .staff lounge. A materialspreparation
expected to open by the first of the the rooms. room and laboratory
year.Partners. A paved parking lot In the rear will set apart from the doctor rooms tooovWs
.. the enterprise are Dr. accomodate 17 can. It is thought to for better sanitation in the
William Marchese. Starke Dentist be the first and only building in doctor rooms
and Irving Clark. Pharmacist, Starke with a ceramic the root. Television rcetvers aw to be Installed
formerly owner of Coch's Drug Store The building is designed In two in the'codings of the pan<'nt
i tG? .to Starke wings and will house the dental offices .' rooms for patient comfort and diver
of Doctors Marchese and J.E.: ,lion while awaiting treatment.
The building la located on west Denmark in the east wing.The west The west wing still available for
Call Street Just off U.S.301 adjacentto wing has about 3 000 square feet of rent can be used as a-sulte. all for
Western Auto Store. It Is con- available space for rent for other one enterprise can be sub-divided
structed of concrete block with an professional enterprises.The Into two'three or fetiN smaller of
oyster shell stucco exterior finish dental wing will contain five flees or separate buili1.... En.
and wallpaper on drywall interior doctor rooms for dental patients and trances have been placed conveniently : -
finish. three hygiene roomsfor checkups around the perimeter allow
Privacy walls with ornamental and cleanings. It will include an office ing a; great deal of diversity In
plantings before the windows will for consultations and space for_ designing Interior office space.

New Books at Bradford County Library. ListedNew I
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books at the Bradford County by Peter Straub; Pete Rose: My- 'Books'blbliolgiap hy)'; and just an-
Public Library includes: The Story; Places Rated Almanac by nounced..Gold Head branch State
Anastasia Syndrome by Mary H. Rick Boyer; Rolling Stones/The Park offers a self-guided nature trail
Clark; Black Girl, White Girl by Photographs; Trust by George Hig- for the visually handicapped call
Patricia Moyes; The Boat of a gins.New 473-4701 or 334-2135; for further infor.
Million Years by Poul Anderson; A resources for the disabled Include tnation
: The Constitution of the U. S. The BCPL will be closed Dec. l\:
Day in the Life of China; A Fatal Ad- (braille); Magazines in Special thru 26 and Dec. 30 thru Jan. 1.
vent by Isabelle Holland; Mystery Media (bibliography); Cassette Happy Holidays.
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Elementary School for the second six weeks grading Davis.
period are (Ito r): ,l.J
Front row Bryan Van Camp Nlchole Herring In the back: April Davis. Ryan Marchese, Anna d
Robert Johns, Aaron Barnett Krlstopher Wanton, Thomas, Tatum Thrift John Salisbury, Candace
Amber Broome, Alison Chastain and Michelle Key. Craig, Gina Corey, Jim Fix.Gina Griff s,Jeslka Pom-
Middle row John Hipps, Don Thornton, Michael bier and Stephanie StelnmeU. I
Stewart. Jow McKenzie Amanda Crawford, Angela _Samantha. Anderson was absent.

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Veteran Lady Tornadoes Beat Live Oak Improve to 5-1 .

The veteran Tornado girl basket- minutes on the floor. AurilJa i Williams also had a good easy layups off steals at the second season play- and 2-0 in district play''s* II I* H II Mlk
ball team raised its preChrlstmasseason Forward Monika Williams scored night, scoring 10 POint;; and pulling, half opened. The BHS girls used a There are six seniors on the Lady '-=., ...., A,,m,l. I HimiuM* I M.U'''/ 'a'.
record to 5-1 with an easy 19 points from the left side,from out- down 10 rebounds. .l! Cov- trapping press to steal the basket- Tornado team: guards Dana Nor _._ .tI..". ....;..,. ...
68-43 win over Suwannee County,3-2, side and inside. Williams dished out ington led all rebounders .. ..,
with 12 and ball as the Suwannee girls tried to man and Annette Simmons center I.H CwtolMil M/M. Tn I/ -
on the road in Live Oak. seven assists and pulled down seven had six points. Rhonda Bright added bring it downcourt. BHS would trap Eyvette Covington forwards Rhon- win.*WNtaM.../..1'.T.MIM. I...-./,.....
Bradford High was led by senior rebounds. Monika s 12th point of the eight points and eight rebounds. All the Suwannee player who caught the da Bright I.Kendra Butler and c-=:"4ll.'' ''. I .".5 14//4.4.I.M/H1. I.Pvrhwi .
guard Annette Simmons with 20 night gave her a career high of 1,021 eight ladies who made the trip inboundspass. Arkeva Williams. All of these young !../... A. ....._.. .-.-.. ,_,.,
points, who shot mostly from out points, surpassing Sandra played from SO to 65 percent of the The BHS girls have been playing ladies have been playing together ,",Wlt_.
side, including two three point shots.It Strickland Norman's record of 1,020 game. very well in December, points out since their freshman year either as -
was Simmons' career high scoring point record set between 1953-55. Coach John Slater In every game varsity or JV players. Upcoming...
game. Simmons also dished out 6 Monika, a junior, ended the game The Tornado girls led all the way. three different players have scored Helping lead the way are three The BHS girls are practicing this
assists and three rebounds In only 18 with 1.027 career points. It was 15-10 after the first period In double figures. "If you work on outstanding underclassmen, Coach week, have next week; off and
25-15 at the half and 50-29 after three one player, another picks up the Slater says, at guard Is Monika resume playing Jan. when they
a quarters. slack" says Coach Slater. Williams, forward Latara Jackson host Gainesville High fOJ',1I,( p.m.,JV,
BHS Increased its lead with five BHS. 5-1 over-all is 4-0 In regular and center Aurilla Williams. and 7:30 p.m.,,varsity.

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KNOW THAT Clarence Williams continued his -.. I...IJ DOTiMrf HIM -l/il t1. lita Wtt4 u-.
Tornado cagers won their opening Dixie Hollings Is a quick, fast rebounds and ,Kmuy Htfff.-./I.L T M i I;..-."-...
game 73-68 over Class Dixie Hollings break team but Bradford's 2-3 zone steady play with eight
RANDY WHEELER High from St.Petersburg in the defense starting at half court e points. Point guard Reggie Sheffield Upcoming...
Ocala Breeders Tournament at frustrated the Dixie Hollings five chipped in with 7 points, 6 re- The win puts the Tornado five into
IS NOW 23? Ocala Forest said Coach 'bounds, and 5 assists. with
High School Tuesday Cummings. a game the winner of the Clear-
afternoon, Dec. 19. Bradford scoring was led by Bradford was patient on offense water High School and Cardinal
Son "They played a good game "said center Wendell Hudson with 24 waiting for the percentage shot, and Ledger from Canada at 7:30: p.m.
Bradford High Athletic Director points. Forward Pedro Carter hit fief cent,30 for 53 shots,from .tonight (Thursday Dec. 21).
E:1' Mike Sexton, who went to Ocala to played his best game of the year so the A win Dec.21 will put BUS into the
iSTRICKLAND'S watch the game.Bradford High useda far scoring 22 points had five Dixie Hollings has two of the top tournament championship game
half court offense and defense a assists and brought down a game players in the state, said Coach Friday, Dec. 22, at 7:30: p.m.A .
change from their former full court high nine rebounds. Carter is Cummings. Dec. 21 loss would leave BHS
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the defensive play that won the time says Coach Cummings.,..,,,. Tnlta My*M/lt-M. ....,. i iMfhl I Forest, Deland game at 4 p.m. FrI-
game for us," said Coach Roland Train Blye chipped in with 12 ItoM H/t-F. rWc* Mr4M. CI..= day. Dec. 22.
Cummings. points, 4 rebounds, and 2 assists.. WDItaM. ...*44, Itooto Ftack 11, W....,, I Clearwater has a big team, one
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Demonstrations 'Straight Stitch Zlg Zag December 14, and fell to a superior The Tornado matmen are not idle
Tornado team of matmen coached however
Three Needle Pos. IIY/'G by Brett Purdy on his third year as have been workinggoutbinahe gym
DABYLOCK f129ttantfWt ry coach of the Wrestling team.This is every day this week. They will take
SERGER Special I the first victory that Bradford High a few days break next week, but
U has won over Baker County this return to practice Jan.2, and have a
Model BL4-738 if"'........ .... ..i'.. year,the football squad losing twice, week of practice before the Live Oak.
-4 thread 3 'R'Io- ,t. ,. 11 once in overtime in a playoff game bout.
thread 2 thread ,''il',.'I',! 'f lrtlitlau and the basketball team losing by Five Tornado Wrestlers remain
Rolled hem ;: two points In the last seconds of the undefeated after four team meets so

tension Numbered controlSelfthreading .",.'.,"...,.... I., !2 W0y! Sue game. far this season: Randy Waldron,Eddie -
The Tornado grapplers move to a Siegmund, John O. Williams
.r A&ttCesLove 4-0 season record going into the Brad Hamilton and Heavyweight
Looper ? FLATBED MACHEVKStraight holidays.The next match is scheduled 'Holland Shafer defeating his only
Bllndhem for January 6,at Suwannee Counopponent this season by a pin.
Special ces ood Stitch ty In Live Oak. Most of the team members are
Through -Z1gZag Mudd.EA601 "This will be our hardest match of wrestling one or two weight classes
$48995 December 1989 $9900 the season so far"said Purdy."The above their own weight, said Purdy.
-Flu.Tax Specialr Suwannee team could give us trouJust to Increase the competition ana
ble," he said. Last year the Tornado force improvement through greater
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Award Winning Football Players for 1989...

These members of the 1981 football team were outstanding and reeelve -
awards at the football banquet. They are I-r)I AI (Pop) Jones, Don
McDavld Lance Wiggins, Keith Linsy Travl. Long, Scott Duncan and
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o OWlnnlng 1989 Bradford High gridders and the Tornadoes did'not get intothe plause from the 240 member audience Hankerson, Clint Reed, Al Jones,
TENNIS cheerleaders were honored last state play-offs, which had bee(\: the of parents, friends, and Keith Jenkins, Allen Jenkins, Lance
Thursday Dec. 14, at the annual ultimate goal.This year BHS bowed fellow athletes. Over-all, the ban- Wiggins, Scott Duncan, John
football banquet in the National low Williams, Terry Berry, Eldrich
14-7 to Baker County in the quet was key.
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Guard armory on Edwards Road. and in Guest speaker was Coach Bill Sconiers, Trammell Jones, Deron
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... ..... .. .....s .....s ... "We had great season," veteran play-off,lost in overtime; in 1988 the Cubit, quarter beck coach for the Eunice, Timmy Taylor, Reggie
Coach David Hurse told the 1989 loss was 2-0 to Santa Fe High with University of Florida,who urged the Sheffield, Travis Long, Julius
Students Include Top $10 Hour.. Call Mark gridders of the second straight 9-1 the state play-offs on the line. young BHS athletes to keep working Harden, Donnie Francis.
&BHS Team Members at per 473-1380 or 964-6305 season. But, Coach Hurse added, it When introduced the players and hard,be persistent,and stick to their Mangers: Jason Howard and An-
was a disappointing season because cheerleaders received warm ap- goals. ,dy Redding.
Coach Hurse told the returning tallboys: Raymond Durban and
players they can have a good seasonin Anthony Bright.
1990 if they work hard. By that, Varsity football coaches are:
Coach Hurse means the players David Hurse, offensive backs and
?76 must lift weights and work on condi- head coach; Mike Sexton, defensive
9eeh tioning throughout the year to be coordinator and defensive front
strong enough next fall to do what is seven; Lanier Clyatt,offensive line;
demanded of them on the field. Roland Cummings defensive backs,
Coach Hurse acted as master of and Jerry receivers.
ceremonies and spoke about the con- Varsity cheerleaders are Ginger
tributions of each varsity player and Adams, Shae Blom, Diana Dobos,
introduced each player to the au- Misti Fill, Christy Gault, captain;
r dience.JV Coach Mike Guiterrez In- Mind) Gnann, co-captain; Kristy
J,1.-_- troduced the junior varsity playersand Harrison,Holly Hersey,Amy Hornei
nlii had them stand. Cheerleader Cindy Quinn, Kim Ross
W sponsors Sheryl Gnann, varsity,and Williams. Sponsor: Ms. Sheryl 1
3"' Michelle Flynn, junior varsity, in- Gnann.
toduced each cheerleader and had The JV football players, 6-1 in
them stand. ," 1989, are Chris Snow, Wyndell
I Most outstanding were- Hampton, Vinnie Blye, Joey Hall,
also honored. Those named most Stephen McLeod Shannon Brown,
outstanding are: Tony Kittles, Blake Thomas, Willie
Sincere wishes for Travis Long, middle linebacker, Newsome, James Daniels, Jimmy
a Christmas filled most outstanding defensive Childress, Gernard Williams, Joe
with |for and love. lineman. Gordon, Jason Lee, Jason Hughes,
Clint Reed, running back, most Joe Sardo, Ed Duncan, William F
Peace on earth to At this happiest time of year, we outstanding offensive player. Price, Dante Williams Kevin
all good men. Don McDavid, center, most Woodard Jo" han F uson,
sincere thanks to all
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Keith Linzy, offensive tackle, Jenkins, David Dipaola, James
most improved player. Sewell, Leaton Morgan, Kelly Lee,
Lady Bug Florist Kevin Finch, defensive tackle, James Grover, Joey Williams,
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Banu Gibson and New Orleans Jazz BandA -. t V ,
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Starke Saturday, Jan. 13, when Banu Gib- formers in traditional jazz". At the 1
son and the New Orleans Hot Jazz Or- Sacramento Jazz Jubilee Gibson was
chestra will "make the rafters jump" at described as "the'most exciting performerat
Bradford High School auditorium. this year's event -- a real crowd A
pleaser, bringing[ them to their feet". kt
Gibson is one of the country's most p
sought after jazz artists. Her special 8 True to her jazz roots, Gibson calls New
p.m. performance in Starke is presentedby Orleans "home", and performs regularlyIn ,
the Florida Arts Celebration in her club at the New Orleans Hilton and
cooperation with Santa Fe Community the Mahongany Hall on Bourbon Street.
College Andrews Center, and is sponsoredby Popular star Jack Lemmon heard her at a I.
the Bradford Hospital. Los Angeles jazz festival and was so Im- i
pressed with her singing talent and
Bradford Arts Council members are in dynamic stage presence that he booked / !
charge of advance sale of tickets, whichare her for a benefit concert a few days later.In /
also available at Mitchell's Drug addition to classics like "Dinah" and ,, : I
Store, The Bradford County Telegraph, "Sleepy Time Down South", she revives y, .po
and the SFCC office In Starke. some lesser known traditional numbers In- i / I:
Gibson has played in major jazz cluding "Heebie Jeebies" and""Sentimen '1 Ii i
festivals in Los Angeles, Chicago, New tal Gentleman from Georgia". F -I I I
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Five Local Men Arrested on Marijuana Distribution ChargesA

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Feb 20 trial date has been set in in Naples, FL; John Douglas Cribbs, maximum sentence of life plus 40 Lee faces life plus 20 years im- local, state and federal authorities is Inc., a lumber mill operated by
federal court for the five men charged 11 of Lawfpv: PAID!Lloyd Crawford years imprisonment, a ten-year prisonment, a ten-year minimum essential if we are to dismantle large Cribbs.
last week with running a large- 40\ of Lawtey; Rod Allen Crawford, minimum mandatory prison mandatory'sentence, $5 million In scale drug organization such as the
scale marijuana distribution ring in 35, of Lawtey and Richard Anthony sentence, $6,00,000 in fines or both fines, or both, and at least eight one brought to justice /in this case.
Bradford County. Lee 30, of Newberry. at lease 11 years of supervisedreleased. years of supervised released. We have not abandoned out fight in The prosecution of the case Is being
The lengthy and complicated in- the war aginst any type of illegal handled by Assistant United
United States Attorney Robert W. The indictment charges one countof Paul Crawford faces a maximum vestigation into the marijuana substance, including marijuana," States Attorney Michelle McCain
Genzman of the Middle District of conspiracy to distribute and sentence of life plus 40 years Im- distribution business in the Starke said Genzman.In Heldmyer. .
Florida announced last week that a possess with intent to distribute 1,000 prisonment, a minimum mandatoryten and Lawtey areas was conducted addition to the criminal charges Freed under bond of $50,000 each
federal grand jury has returned a kilograms or more of marijuana and years,$6,000,000 in fines,or both, jointly by the Drug Enforcement Ad- each defendant faces, the indict the five are co-defendants but couldask
five count indictment against five in four counts of possession with intentto and at least 11 years of supervised ministration and the Florida Depart- ment also includes forfeiture countsof to be tried separately.An .
dividuals for running a large-scale distribute marijuana. Sapp faces release. ment of Law Enforcement, with several thousands of dollars in indictment is merely a formal
marijuana distribution ring in the life in prison plus 80 years, a ten- Rod Crawford faces life plus 40 assistance from the Bradford Coun- real property, including beach front charge that a defendant has committed
Bradford County area between year minimum mandatory federal years imprisonment, a ten-year ty Sheriff's Office Genzman praisedthe property in Walton County, the a violation of the federal
February 1986 and December 1988 prison sentence, $8,000,000 in fines, minimum mandatory sentence, $6 joint work of the several agencies residence and 2.5 acres of land of criminal law and every defendant is
Indicted are Alan Curtis Sapp aka or both and at least 17 years of million in fines,or both, and at least Rod Allen Crawford, the residenceof presumed innocent until and unless
Jay Patterson,39,currently residing supervised released Cribbs faces a 11 years of supervision released "This type of cooperation between Cribbs and Cribbs Wood Products, proven guilty.Winn .

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Sybil Bell yours a

Sybil Bell Earns r- Merry Christmas and a Happy r
River Correctional Institu- r P ALL STORES CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY.
tion Correctional Officer Sybil Bell
has been shooting a pistol com-
petitively only since October, 1987,
yet tional she recognition has managed in the to achieve Marksman na- PRICES GOOD THURS.-WED. DEC. 21-27, 1989. 1
Bell is a member of the Florida wI
Police Officers' Association and has
won .18 trophies in local pistol matches s i I W-D REGULAR GRADE 'A' BROADBREASTED

1989 Bell's include accomplishments: 2nd place in the during DC YOUNG ((10-14 AVG. LB. 68c)
Course; 2nd place in the Slow Fire y '
Course, and 3rd place in the Ag- 17 LBS,
gregate Course at the Department of '
Corrections annual match; A gold & UP .
medal in the ladles Combat Match,a
gold medal in the ladles Combat
Team Match, and a silver medal in
the ladies Bullseye Match at the LB.
Florida Law Enforcement Olym-
pics; A gold medal in the Bullseye SWIFT 10 IBS
Match and a bronze medal in the BUTTERBALLTURKEYS SMOKED
the overall National Female Law Bullseye Enforcement Match at . Le REDI-BASTED- UP 75C TURKEY REDI-BASTED $198 BONELESS 49C*

commented demonstrated, extraordinary"Officer Bell talent has WINGS LB FRYER CAROLINEFRESH $109 ROASTINGCHICKENS 99CGIZZARDS. '

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Newt" Briefs. -
Starke Man Killed ahead, Strom apparently ovi-rcor- authorities arrived at 12:44: p.m. crossed the double centerline in the SH-100 nine mil 'liOulh of Starke. bound 1979 Chrysler driven by
When Car OverturnsA rected causing the vehicle |10 go into Combs died from a shot to the head path of the Toyota. Clayton ran off Virginia Ann Murray, 16, was Kelsey. Murray was cited for failureto
a counter-clockwise spin said from a 12-guage shotgun, according the road to avoid the collision but taken to Shands Hospital in yield right of said Abrams.,
30-year-old Starke man was killed Horler. The Ford then slid into the to Chief Deputy Pat Henry. was struck ort the left front by the Gainseville Dec. 14 after her vehiclewas Damage to the vehicles totalled
when his car overturned on a rain medium and overturned ejecting No foul play is suspected and no left front of.the Ford, said TrooperDean. struck head-on at 7:35: am.,according $1,800.
slick highway Tuesday evening. Strom from the pasenger's side of motive is known for the shooting Rogers, 31. of Lake Duller to Trooper W M. Abrams.
Douglas Wayne Strom of Route 4 the vehicle, said Trooper Horler was taken to Lake Butler Hospital Her
was partially thrown from his vehicle Homicide investigator in the 5:25: Man KilledIn Hand Surgery Center with head condition of press time was Driver DUI
and pinned underneath when the accident T. C and his reported as
pm. was Trooper trauma multiple cuts to In Accident
Driver of the second car, Myrna
car overturned. Strom, who not CollisionAn skull
was Pace. lie was treated and released
wearing a selt belt, was dead at the in the acci Spivey Kelsey, 49, of Starke was South of StarkeA
scene, according to Paramedic Cliff Dies 18-year-old Sanderson man dent. homicide taken by Rescue to Bradford
Brooker Man
was killed Saturday night when his investigator was Hospital for lacerations about the 24-year-old man was charged
Chapman.Strom From Gunshot WoundA 1977 Toyota was struck by an oncoming Trooper Murray Richardson. head where she was treated and with driving under influence when
was southbound on US-301 vehicle on CH-229. Lake Geneva Teen release, according to Paramedics his vehicle wrecked Friday at 5:30:
overtaking other traffic in
41-year-old Brooker man was
Jerome Lacarter Rex Siemer and
and out of slower traffic, according found Dec. 19 at his residence wherehe eastbound on CR-229 one Clayton mile west was Injured in HeadonA Rescue 75 assisted.Jerral Johnson. p.m.William P. Lafferty, driving a 1973

to Trooper swerved J. Horler.the left Strom'sl980Ford the died from an apparent self- of Kaiford, according to Trooper Lake Geneva girl is in stable Murray, northbound on SR-100 Ford pickup truck was westboundon
near inflicted gunshot wound. Donald Dean. A westbound 1I83! condition after her Volkswagen collided driving a 1966 Volkswagen, turned Deer Foot Hammock Road seven
Purple Gator to avoid a vehicle Gene Combs was dead when Ford driven by Dennis Paul Rogers, head-on with another car on left at C-21B in the path of a southHOLIDAY miles south of Starke according to
Trooper Donald Dean. As Lafferty
r approached a curve to the left he lost
control of his vehicle which turned
counter-clockwise then ran off the
roadway through a fence,said Dean.
Laffery whose license was revoked
for six months from a Alachua
HuMS County DUI last March, was charged
DUI and driving while license
suspended. His blood alcohol content
was .14 percent, said Trooper Dean.
Bond was set at $1,000 for the
charge Laffery was released on his
W-D SPECIAL TRIMWHOLE own recognizance.

Driver CitedIn
Two-Car CrashThe
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driver of a 1981 Mazda pickupwas
cited for following too close
r1 after his vehicle struck another
pickup in the rear Dec. 19.
Christopher K. Redding, 29, was
SMOKED LIMIT 1 eastbound on SR-230 following a 1974
WITH A $20OR Chevrolet pickup. As the pickup,
MORE driven by Kevin A. Wymann of
0 pd. rj FOOD Keystone Heights slowed for a left
ORDER turn, he was struck in the rear: by the
ayA Redding vehicle, according 19
Trooper D. C. Roberts.
Total damage to the vehicles was
HAMS $2,900. There were no listed injuriesin
I the accident which occurred one
LB. mile east of Starke.

Lawtey Man ChargedFor


VARIETY OF FRESH DUCKS SHANK HALF HAM LB. M19 SMOKED HAM . LB 129 E-Z CARVEHAMS LB $198 33-year-old Lawtey man was arrested -
BUTTERBALL FRESH TURKEYS' HAM 2" HAMS 1" SMOKED PICNICS. $))58 ex-wife's Southern Villas residence.Carl .
SMOKED TURKEYS, SMOKED LB. LB LB. Edwin Griffis was charged
with harrassing his ex-wife at her
rTsprc gs HAMS, PICNICS LB 97 TURKEY HAMS LB *1 178 CURE 81 HAMS. LB 398 Patrolman residence in William Starke, Brown.according Late to
F STUFFED Friday night Griffis allegedly broke

KOSHER TURKEYS. CANNED HAM . SIZE, 798 HAMS LB 348 CURED HAMS . LB 238 apartment then hit victim Daniel
Starling in the face with a pan, said
Griffis with criminal
-- tery. He was released after a $5,500
I or -, surety bond was posted.
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Starke Man Charged

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u,s.CaOIC[ 12oz. drug charges after his vehicle was
LB. LB. PKG LB. stopped for a traffic infraction Dec.

W.O BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF HICKORY SWEET 15.Randall Pass was charged with
SELECT LEAN FRESH BONELESS SIRLOIN MILD MEDIUM or HOT $158 possession of controlled substanceand
BOSTON BUTT $457 TIP ROAST u $298 W-D WHSAUSAGE HOG $178 SLICED BACON LB possession of drug parapher-

PORK ROAST . LB I ;E'E: . 18 a nalia, according to Patrolman Gordon
W D BRAND U S CHOICE W-D COOKED $ 9 Smith and Scott Allen. Pass'vehicle

SELECT BOSTON LEAN FRESH BUTT177 BONELESS TOP $O97 WD BREAKFAST LINK $38 HAM . . 120 PKG, 2 iiI was stopped for he having an inoperative -
O tag light as was leaving
PORK STEAKS IB I SIRLOIN STEAK u, SAUSAGE . sii t VARIETIES THE Apts. A search of the vehicle
WALL'D CHIPPED e resulted in the drug charges. Pass
WHOLE BONELESS $O98 PORK 97 SMOKED $5I/99 MEATS . .PEG was bond released was posted.after $1,000 surety


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BCT Staff Writer members went into Bradford
When you think of the Starke County High School Bradford
.- -j Junior Women's Club you prob- Middle School Bradford-Union
ably think of the Annual Straw- Vo-tech and five local elemen-
t !;L LJ"i1sFr berry Pageant their biggest tary schools Southslde Elementary -
t project and fundraiser of the Starke Elementary
year. Brooker EIementaryl>awtey El-
This active organization does ementary and Hampton Elementary -
far more than that however and and donated $250 to
embarked on a new course of each school for the Improve-
community service this year ment project of their choice.
when they initiated the "School The project by the local Junior
iI Aid 1989: Invest In Our Kids" Women's follow a national trendof
program. assistance' to local school
Using the proceeds form the districts in the face of budgetSee
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Donation at BES... BLACK VELVET CANADIAN 8.99> lTRi, ;:
Lorna Reddish Cleo Elder and Lynn:Melvin are shown with students at '>-
Brooker Elementary and their new book binding machine. Bradford 17.99 LTR :'
Chiropractic Center SEAGRAMS V.O. 17.99 1 175
Make this a Special... Starke Office 7,

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Shown at BUS at far left,John' Susan Crawford Lorna Reddish and =
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difference" on the local level JJ
where It counts the most.
Chairman of this year's event CASH & CARRY SALE 0
was Susan Jackson.
"Each of the schools benefllted FISH COOKERS ? GAS
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Junior Women'Club member donated funds to area schools thU year Stock
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Mary Anne Kyle and Susan Faulkner are itiown. Financing AvailableU.S.
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Jr. Women Schools. tr I4N4'-'J.
Help .._ ..
from page SB
by local businesses. We would At Lawtey Elementary, the
school principal and other key like to thank everyone for their money was used to stock learn-
Individuals In the administrations help and enthusiasm In making fi' 'lUll.I ing centers In the school's library -
a need was Identified for the project a great success In Its l with books filmstrips and
each school. Some were supplemented first year." cassette tapes: At Bradford-
with donations from The uses for the funds were as ---. Union Vo-tech. the funds were
the ParentTeacherAssoclavaried as the needs at each used for materials to pour a
tions at the schools and others school.CHRISTMAS concrete slab and make a pair
of picnic tables: at Bradford
High School the money will be
SPECIALToshiba used to purchase concrete and
wood to construct 10bencheson
school grounds: at Hampton
TRX-80 and Brooker EleMentary

$2595.00 .. schools.funds were used to buy
I 9; .. book-binding machines which
will be used to consolidate the
$209500 r student's stories Into perma-
nent book form: at Bradford
Middle School the money was
used to erect a regulation size
TOSHIBA basketball pole and hoop along
with a backboard which was
Home Satellite Theater .. -- erected next to the school; at
." .MAKING'TRACKS' Starke Elementary the funds
were used to purchase drug
SUCCESS awareness tapes and Frisbees -
750 of them for student In
'Ely to.uU' alrH'lermri' o ,
e:)ve ct 20 savor ic c flannel program the school: at Southslde Elementary -
decuamatrrolWmnroc, V'fleoC, 'f her II the money will be usedto
a a''trnnicnnitolDmitri "
J 'mum ami iiiftrrirtirifOin, purchase a microphone and
remote-option?>m h""dW..nt, backstage props for the school's

TOSHIBADazzling f] !y 'f II j stage.

The General Federation of
<< Women's Clubs (GFWC). which
will celebrate Its centennial In
; 1990 Is the oldest and largest
entertainment J nondenominational nonpartisan -
rY rS I volunteer service organlza-
Q Hon of women In the world with
.. Crystal clear. a' 10 million members worldwideIn ft.lllIr(' .world cu .*J'OII1 and iin-lo-uVminule more than 40 countries.
new s broadcast..Toshiba Home Satellite Theater brings It
all home With l roidcast 1 quality video and audio like you've Since Its founding. GFWC has
never seen Or heard. served as a unifying force
demonstration.Slop bj our showroom for a diluting crystal clear bringing together local women's
clubs from around the countryand
throughout the world.
Clubwomen have been Instru-
ADVANCED ELECTRONICS mental In the development of
332 W. Madison St. kindergartens In public schools,
Starke ((904)) 964-6642 \ the establishment of 75%of thecountry's
public libraries and
2710 Blandlng Blvd. .. a. the enactment of food and drug
Middleburg ((904)) 282-0001 regulations to name Just a few.
Helping Our Schools...
Service Center for TVs VCRs
Dot Moore( left In
top upper
Computers& Stereos
R't3 photo)and Susan Jackson used the GFWC was organized by Jane
US!S3 MCKAGIEXPflCSf CENTERING. donation at Lawtey Elementary to Cunningham Croly In 1890 to
UPS lock the Learning Center.At "unite women's clubs and to en-
FEDERAL Starke Elementary Nancy hance community service efforts
EXPRESS Thomas Emily Hartley Mitchell by volunteers throughout the
Ante,Jr.Women Sponion Donna W world". Twenty-one years earlier -
Green and Melba Johnson are tl{ t1 Croly a newspaperwomanwith
shown with Drug AwarenessProgram New York World who wrote
material under the name of"Jennie June",
had fofmed the'CFWC'. parent
clubj' rosI9V'; -Club! for women ,\UM, ?;:j. IR
that would "manage Its own affairs
TO THECITIZENS represent as far as possi-
ble the active Interests of
and create bond of
women a
' t as ae fellowship between them."





Since 1987, the Union County :fJ r a < j

Board of County Commissionershas ;,

spent a total of $321,802. r Seasons Greetings: '

toward of the ," ,, + iN"A. 'UY ." :oq ,' ,/'rfl'!'i'' '.? .
taking care medical ': .I ;, ." ':' ':I f.: .\ "r y j'. 'N; ;'I', ..:",..,ti/ "ffitI,_.n"'.,,1.,:

needs of the indigents in our -,01'" {, J' ,,,- "' ".,
"i"'f"i( '," .t1

county. More specifically,, 'for the

Fiscal Year 1987, $109,973.49 was ,

spent for such care, for Fiscal Year

1988, $91,916.63 was spent for

such care, and for the Fiscal Year

\ 1989, a total 'of $119,912.00 is ./

,1 being spent for the care of our ".'

indigents. The Board 'has and will \ /,,,:<

: continue to do all it can to care for. Sherry D.Walker&.ojof.Ten figh

: the indigents of Union County., .', .. .;- ,.' '..

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Florida. .
Senator Sherry D. Walker

248Senate Office Building

" Tallahassee. ,FL Ph 487-5017 .


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News Briefs \ '

28 SR-21, SlfttiO, SR.230, SR-18, The Patrol has found these checkpoints *.
Recent Arrests $1,000, he was released on his own 'L wtey Teenager'Arrested the closet. Williams was chargedwith on
recognizance. burglary and petit theft. SR-16. CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B, to be an effective means of en'f')
In Bradford CountyThe For TheftA He was released after a surety CR-225, CR-125, CR-229 CR-231, forcing the equipment and driver .
,CR-230 and CK-100A license laws of Florida while Insuring ch.
Man FoundIn bond posted. CR-227I.CR-221
following arrests.were made 19-year-old Lawtey man was ar- in Bradford County.Recognizing the protection of all motorists. :bni
by local authorities in Bradford Produce Stand rested Dec. 17 for stealing money the danger presentedto .."U
County. Arrested For BurglaryA from his grandfather's house. FIIP Troopers the public by defective vehicle Union County : ,,..,
Jackson Williams had been
Dewey Continue License will concen- Florida Patrol will ,
equipment Troopers The Highway of in
Shirley Whatley Williams 29, of Dec. staying at his grandfather's on
Lawtey man was arrested trate their efforts vehicles being be driver license and ,
Lake City was arrested for disorderly 13 after he was found in Norman'sProduce Orange Street in Starke for several Vehicle Inspections operated with defects on such as bad vehicle conducting checkpoints dur- lrt J
intoxication and resisting arrest Stand. weeks, according to Lt. David A. Inspection n f)11
Bradford CountyThe brakes, worn tires and defective ing the week of Dec. 22 through Dec.
without violence. Ricky Carl Norman was chargedwith Williams Aderholt.gained While staying to in his the grand-home, Florida Highway Patrol will lighting equipment.. In addition, attention 28 on SR-100, SR-121, SK-231,SR-241,

David Jim Browning, Jr., 23, was burglary burglary tools, according and possession to DeputyC. of father's bedroom entry by disabling a lock be conducting driver license and will be directed to drivers SR-238, CR-18, CR237.CR229, f
who would violate the driver license CR-24A and CR-
arrested Dec. is for battery after he D.Carter. Bond was set at$10,000on on a locked door. He then allegedly vehicle inspection checkpoints during
laws of Florida.
allegedly struck his father in the the charge, Norman remains in removed money from a metal box in the week of Dec. 22 through Dec 796A in Union County
face, according to Patrolman custody. -
Gerald Hayes. Bond was set at$500. i r---- ------
He remains in custody Divorces GrantedIn
Bradford County The
Wallace E. Lee, 38, was arrested
Dec. 15 on an order of arrest for During the month of Novemberthe CONDITION
failure to pay child support, according following marriages were
to Deputy Roman Alvarez. Lee dissolved, according to records in
may purge by.:paying $1,592.28. Bradford County.

Cynthia Irene Hines, 29, was arrested Susan McClellan & Joseph F. Me- ChiropracticCenter YOUR
Dec. 17 on a Duval County Clellan.
warrant, according to Deputy Peggy D.Patray&Terry Matthew
Alvarez. Bond was set at$25,000,she Patray.
was released to authorities from OVER 700 INSURANCE Dn v.A. Berry WATER

Ronald R Barosse was arrested William Allan Prentiss. : LOW BACK PAIN
Dec. 13 for burglary, criminal Deborah
William G. Shepherd & .
mischief. was set $3,000, Kay Shepherd.Roy .
was released on his own Dale Robinson&Patricia Ad- MID-BACK/SIIOULDER
recognizance.John dison Robinson.
David Sapp & Parcmelie Lajoie 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE9648O18
Lamar Crews, 19, was arrested GETTING
Dec. 10 for aggravated Frederick Wayne Wilbirt & Cindy
assault, possession of firearm by Sue Wilbirt.
convicted felon; according to Emmett R. Craig, Jr. & Adrienne 864 N. Temple, Starke (Across from Pizza Hut)
Patrolman Gerald Hayes. Bond was E. Craig.
set at$5,000, he remains in custody. Harvey E. Smith & Margaret A. --- -- I SOAKED.

Traffic Smith. .
Brenda Mae Henderson & Tony ,
Bryan Lee Masteller, 20, of Cecil Lamacy Henderson. S1 "
Field in Jacksonville,was arrested Jesse Earl Hollingsworth&Nancy + I "
Dec. 17 for driving under Influence Gail Hollingsworth. rrIRl\.K'3 EPISCOPAL CHURCH r------------- '
(DUD, no valid driver's license,ac- Dennis M. Karczewski & Kim A. / -"
cording to Patrolman Bill Brown. Karczewski. JUST'S2
Masteller refused the breathalyzer.He Robert E. Luke&Cynthia Lorrine I 7 I I I fMONTH.
was released after a $750 surety Luke.
bond was posted. Harry P. Faulkner,Jr. & SuzanneT. COMB WORSHIP VITH US ON '
Faulkner. 1 !!I'' i m
Harry Eugene Bindley,51,was ar James H. Bray & Dulcie M. Bray. :
rested Dec. 15 for DUI, according to David Scott Goldner & Karen 1 I\JQhrllOW.9"'rNo.rybWwacondlllan, ,,, ':"
Patrolman Susan Wllkerson.! Lynne Goldner. I for very moll price lint(6 90 per month 1'1, I 4
Bindley's blood alcohol content was James H. Rodgers & Robin C. CHRISTMAS EVE for:3 months plus(nuollotion Colt Culligon' II III
.17 percent. He was released after a Rodgers.Edwin. I today obour",.limited nm*tnol offer ''I' 1
$500 surety bond was posted. Olson & Lois M. Olson. I I
Gale Phillip Christy & Cathy Jo "I 11'1
Charles Barry Butler, 39, was arrested Christy.Archibald. Early Carols 10:30 PH 1 1-800-342-9084 I
Dec. 16 for DUI,driving while C. Rosier'& Lisa Ann Holy Eucharist 11 : 00 PM I I ::11, II .
license suspended (DWLS), according Rosier. II'i
to Deputy Danny Thrift.This is Curtis Randall Brooks, Sr. & Lori ; I Ud .
Butler's tenth DUI offense, according Mitzel Brooks.
to records. He was also chargedon Nathan D. Thomas & Era Evelyn ill
Church Street III
an outstanding warrant from Thomas. 212 North 1 Ii 1
Clay County for violation of probation Julie Ann Adukiewicz & Samuel Starke I 1

DUI. Adukiewicz. ....
William ------ l. ::, .:-:-:.'::. ._ _ -I
Dec.Perry 14 for L. DWLS Keaton, possession was arrested and ......................,...............................---.-,..-...--.-...y..y..y.-----.y.--.y..y.y.y.----- -
sale of cocaine, according to
Patrolmen Gordon Smith, Scott !
Allen,E.W.Wilkinson:Bond was set the ,
Announcing Opening
at $5,120.25.aieirenaains in
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flip )I." !
Bernard Pinckney, Jr. was arrested 1" 50 A'rOFF iii

probation VOP-burglary Dec.from 14 for Bradford from DWLS Palm County violation Beach and of 1' Bradford Family J

County. Total bond was set at .
$$31,120.25, Pinckney remains in Christmas Cards Practice
custody. M1 I

George P. Mullins was arrested Decorations Gift
Dec. 13 for DWLS. Bond was set at Wrap ,
Bruce Pollock, M.D.
Children's Lit CourseAt Christmas Novelties

Andrews CenterYou Board Certified Family Physician I *_ ,

are invited to enter the >a General, Pediatric and
world of Children's 9t
Literature this spring at the Andrews ", ;: Adult Medicine r.

Children's Center in Literature Starke. (LIT AV-MED, Medicare PPC ,. I / /
2330.OS6) will be offered as a three ,
credit hour course Tuesday nights ffMitchell's Blue Cross/Blue Shield
from 7 to 9 8. May 1. II
Library Director Sue Crum sug-
gests that Bradford County teachers DrugStore tt 743 S. Walnut Street Suite B
may be interested in registering for Starke, Florida 32091 -I
the course as it will provide a reviewof
materials used In whole Janguage I t1
reading instruction programs.
The course will offer hundreds of, Office Hours 8:30: am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday > I
I workable ideas for teachers and 127 E. Call St. :!
other adults Interested in readingand
literacy for children. 964-7810 964-9535 496-0092
I ,Call 964-5382 for further information ii
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". Alachua County ,377-3344 Starke FloridaFederal

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Tills big Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake almost gave horsemen Roy non-slip rubber
.McKlnney(at left)and Randy Lyons, both former Bradford High School p-a. WA feet able'locking Adjust
students,a nasty luprlse when It spooked McKlnney's hon cwhlle trail ridingnear I joints#92555
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Instead the pair turned the tables en the polilnoiH reptile and now It It b
destined for Skin Shop and possibly a pair of boots or a belt. POULAN
The snake measured 5'4"In length. Both 1$'year-olds said It was the biggest
they had seen "up close.

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(JARS/TRUCKS/VANS ,,, iJ\NIMAUS/PETS'I-,,,"," ..,,'. ''' -, \o' "' ." ,. ,' itiAND FORSAIiBi: i. -IHELBiWANTEDr; ., -! Cecelia Terwl/faaor/

1988 CHEV. PICK-UP iFORSACE: ,' 100 ACRES: six room house and barn. So it is with love again that we present
JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN AUSTRALIA I Owner will finance $2000/ :
windowssport wheels 26k HAPPY JACK 964-7771 or 964-4537 TFN Openings/ available in several areas.
milss.MUST SELL! Reduced : Recognized 9 s 11/30/89 4 Will train. For Info call ((708)) 742- '
to safe& effective U.S. Bureauof
by a'Z ONE cg
8620 ext 362. 15 LIFB-'
3660$9950 2 964-9248 or 782- Veterinary Medicine against hook, ACRE WOODED HOMESITE10000.: 11/23/89 4 S OLIfi RY
s 11/2/89 Owner financing. 964-5414.
round in dogs &
tapeworms catsl
EARN $5 $10 PER HOUR. Part time
10 Gator II Farm Supply Ole Glory Feed. 9 s 11/30/89 4 or He was born in an obscure village the child of
79 MERCURY ZIPPER: Clean, good iGoldkist. 6 t 22 1/2 ACRE FARM:2 barns SW Mobile full time. For Information call RAMONA ,
condition$573.Orwill trade on pickup 10/12/89 10 Home. Near Starke city limits.!! 3 AC., 11/30/89, 782-3068 4 AVON. 15S a peasant woman. He grew up in another village.
or van. 964-4953. cleared on Bayless
S 12/14/89 1 scratching JACK&SKIN relieves BALM irritated: checks skin with well septic tank,and power pole REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE only where He worked in a carpenter shop until He was
4 17554040.North Fl.Real
'1977 BUICK:400 enslne. $150 Will without near Lawtey. Possible owner fin. CaN
run steroids. Promotes &
healing Then for three itinerant
anywhere. Lost Tula. THORNTON AND Estate College. TFN 15s thirty. years He was an
964-5405. hair growth on dogs & catsl Gator II ASSOCIATES.Joy
11/30/89 4
2 I 12/14/89 1 Farm Thornton Broker (904) 964-4223. He book. He heldan
Supply Ole Glore Feed, & ) CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS. preacher. never wrote a never
Goldkist.11/2/89 6 10 I 12/14/89 1 -", Community College trained. Must office. He never had a family or owned a home.
have dependable transportation ableto
REGISTERED AOHA GELDING: 9 yrs. E' E&Ti\T follow directions and work Inde- He didn't go .to Co1J ae. He never visited a big
D p old. By Artie Cloud. Excellent
horse and all around horse. $ ':Oul YdF'AREJtOCALA in pendently.Alachua Home Call work 1-800-342-available city. He never traveled two hundred miles from
7000 sq ,ft LEASE.two story OR stucco EXCHANGE building. 6 Call 964-5812 s or 11/30/89 468-2013.4 NATIONAL FOREST: woodedlots 8601 HEALTHCARE for Interview.SERVICES.UPJOHN TFN the place ';where He was born. He did none of the

137&139 E. Call St corner Thompson FREE: Young Male Dog. 964-6912. river access. $5450 each. No 15
s 11/30/89 4
that He had
St Leased to purchase or perfer 6. 12/14/89 1 money down.$65.41 month.Owner.I- DRIVERS TO$850 WEEKLY: Hiring local things usually accompany greatness.
exchange for water front property. 236-4579 or 1-622-2438 TFN credentials but Himself.
and O.T.R. Now. 1-355-5500. Train no OOCVOHe was only
W. 10 11/30/89 4
Clyde Simpson, 356-6849 s
3 1 11/30/89 4 YARD SALESREALLY BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS: 270 Acres, locally.12/07/89 2 15 s thirty-three when the tide of public opinion turned
RETAIL STORES FOR tremendous views, old
LEASE streams
location across from KOA/Walmnrt; Great BIG YARD SALE. Mirror Christ- house barns 3 tracts.$900/acre.ERA HEAVY Itypes EQUIPMENT needed now.OPERATORS Experiencedonly.To : All. against Him. His friends ran away.. One of them

Hwy 301 1000 sq tt,964-8848. eve mas clock baseball cards, lots of Blue, N.C.Ridge 28640.Mountain Realty, Jefferson $16/Hourly. Great benefits. 1-355- denied Him. He.was turned over to His enemies
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 Christmas knick knacks old table- 1-800-533-REAL, 5500. 15
s 12/07/89
1 11/30/89 4 saw clothing household appliances, 1-800-359-1992. 10S s 12/14/89 1 and went through" the mockery of trial He was
FOR LEASE, PARTIALLY COMPLETED games and toys. Fri. & Sat.9-5. Hwy 12/14/89 1 HOTTESTSMALL '
1000 sq ft fast food location across 301 NE 50th St., follow signs. TIME SHARE UNITS Distress Sales. unique business BUSINESS where IN YEARS nailed to a cross .between two thieves.C a While
from KOA/Wal Mart 964-8848 eve DEC. 23:9 til\??Weston 225 from Cheapl I Cheapl) World Wide Selec we've helped '
nings 473-3627 TFN 3 : Lawtey tions. Call Vacation Network today. /- 1000's of people become financially He was dying.....His executioners gambled for
approx. 1 1/2 Mi. to 23rd St. Left to independent their time.
spare Easy-
I 11/30/89 4 75th Ave.or Old Terry Rd.,first houseon 800-826-7844 NAIL 1.800-826-1847 Vend International 8002555725. His garments, the only property He had on earth.
in FL
FOR SALE OR RENTWarehouse/oflice: riaht. 7 or 1-305-771-6296. 10
s 20 s 12/14/89/ 1
space: 3000-9000 sq ft, located at HOUSE SALE:3-Day Sale Fri..Sun. 10- t 12/14/89 1 1979 FORD F-100: Completely chromed When He was dead H was laid in a borrowed grave
Enterprise Park next to Sunshine 3 daily.206 Water St.Furniture,house- out. Aluminum wheels and
Industries. Contact Diane Ely 964- hold items,etc.Priced to sell All must \WANTEDWOULD New motor transmission and new rear end. through the pity of a friend. Nineteen centuries

5294 11/30/89 TFN 4 3 s qol 964-9612. 7 I LIKE TO BUY: House trailer Only 30K on motor. Power steering have come and gone, and today He is the central
WED., FRI. THRU SUN: 10 to 6. Large brakes
power auto.. V-8. New paint
STORE SOUTH FOR RENT 1000 SO FT, 301 size & X-Lg. womens clothing, most wreck frame,old axels trailer., and 964-4953.springs. Would over $4,000 invested. A Steal at figure of the human race. C3 All the armies that
PLAZA 964-7681
OR 964-
practically new: jewelry, new shoes $2800. OBO. Call Jason. 964-8791.
6784 TFN 3 sMQJH 11. 12/14/89 1 marched all the navies .that ever sailed all
and old;mens clothes med. size.eto. 2 u 12/14/89 2 ever .

e IIQMES I Shoes, jackets. Rd. 16 E, come thru HOMES FOR SALE PARTY TIME: Do you need a place to the 'parliaments that ever sat all the kings that
; Reno about 1 1/2 mi. out to 10th St., hold your social gathering? The Beta
\O ''S'' tF:1: turn left and go to first dirt road on Sigma Phi Club House is taking reser- ever reigned. put together, have not affected the
right 1st house on right 7 FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 BR I 11/2 bath vations now for your special event. '
block house family room with free- Christmas New Year's, life of man on this earth as much as that......
BEAUTIFUL 3BR.2BATH.1987 CHAMPION BOATS t standing fireplace,livingroom,kitchen BirthdaysBridal and Baby Showers
mobile seperate dining room carport and Dinners and Banquets, Dances. .you Q SOLITARY
home,14x70carpeted.gardentub.breakfast 1988 STU MPKNOCKER:With 35 Merc. utility room, fenced yard with barn, name itl $35 per day you clean up G? ONE LIFE-
bar.utility room.wired for Power tilt and trim; elec. foot control 964-5647 16' s afterwards. Call now to make your
central air.Must sell.movingl! No eq- trolling motor. Galvanized trailer.964- 11/23/89 4 reservations.Linda 964-6600 or
uity-take over payments. Serious 8950.8 s 12/14/89 REDUCED: GRAHAM COUNTRY LIVING Brenda 964-5611-alter 6pm call 964- THE DIVINE SHEPHERD
Inquire onlylCall 9643939.keep : Remodeled, 3 BR Wood- eater, 6865.13 U 11/23/89 ay MUUILO
trying.4 I 11/30/89 Large 3 piece living room suit, screened porch sundeck,ceiling fans 10 After Hours
8 Dark new air.Under appraisal for 37900. ....
mahogany, country Anne .473-7541
DOUBLEWIDE ON 1 1/2 ACRE. 3 BR/2 4851189. 16 s J i] D : Trwlllgar
Autumn colors and designs, Pauline -
BA,den,kitchen, DR. LR, large shop, 11/23/89 4 "
Carport Owner financing. Low Down couch, rocher and stationary ALMOST BRAND NEW:3 BR. 2 BA Wilh ,OPPORTUNITYMAKE Debra Connaughton . . . . . . 964-2833.

Payment 33500..964-4238. ?, chair $300. Waterbed dark Garage. Energy Efficient low mainte- Sandra TerwilUgar . . . . . . 533-2242
4 I 12/07/89 mahogany, queen size big wooden nance, quality built home. 48000. MONEY IN THE WATER FILTRATION :
FREEI rREl:11oxo, ;: Mobile Dome You dh 'e'idbo rd."lamp'on each side, Only $421.24/mo. payment with candor BUSINESS. Not NSA or Multi .. ..-.... .
move and return axles. 1-786-8164. mirror and design In middle. $1500 down payment if you qual- levell I Wholesale and retail opportunities. -
4 I 12/14/89 1 ify. By Owner. 1011- B W. Pratt St 17 year old Florida manufac
Heater, 6 storage drawers, 3 on 964-8073 16 S turer. Call 18009990806.

.LOSTFOUNDBLACK. each side. $250 Both sets very 11/30/89 4 20 s 12/14/89 1
clean and In good condition. Will FOR SALE OR RENT: 3 BR. 1 1/2 BA DEALERS NEEDED -HOT" Product >>
take $500 for both.. Central Ht./Air C.B., Living Room 32 Satellite Antenna for home and s /
BENJI-TYPE FEMALE DOG on Den Eat-in kitchen fenced backyard RV sales. Your cost $581.00. ALL
SE 8th Street off Griffis Loop. 964- 468-1085 storage shed. In town, nice neighbor ELECTRONICS INCLUDED. Retail
4507.5 S 12/14/89 hood.$45.000 or$400/Mth.964.4284. $1195. Tremendous Income Oppor
2 16 S 12/14/89 3 tunity. 913-738-5766. 20 chonu..CELEBRA1E1PIRATES
Join On

f=t ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc. rr1 _

Equal Hwy. 301, 2 Blocks South of CR 100 I..[! HOUSE FOR RENT

Housing 221 W. Lafayette St. REALTOR GOLD

vs.5 9MIs This. fantastic Swannee River home at Two Family
Starke FL 32091
Fowler't Bluff Uct dose to the
excitement of dlacovery. Fish from or
your new dockboat, to the Gulf relax
Versatile, Prime Commercial Property in'Jourhottu'b.' Two story,3 BR, 3 5 BR. 3 1/2 Baths
family room makes ,
approximately 300' frontage on Hwy. 301 S. thus an Ideal entertainment cct-a-wty.:

J 29,000 sq. ft. concrete parking area with $178,500 PoolrtiT

spacious modern building approximately JK Call 964-4259
L..I I
Susan M. Faulkner, GR!. CRB President
EQUAL HOU5INQ- REALTO 5,800 sq. ft., only 9 years old. City utilities.1 CALL 375-7039 after 7 PM.Accelerated.RealtyllIce .

All this for $2,100 front ft. wil5s twEt __ ,

ERA Faulkner Realty, Inc.located Call Irene L. Faulkner A A A A A A A JA> a A A A A

Hwy. 30U2 blocks South of C.E. 100 221 Lafayette St. Day (904) 964-5069 e Evening (904)) 964-5142

*NEW LISTING Acres In Country with 3 BR/2 BA, OW. Fireplace In den owner .
financing with reasonable down payment. 211.89
*BEAUTIFUL HOMI IN HAMPTON OAKSi Over 1.25 ac., 2000 if.Owner will consider .
lease PurchaM. 10-89 964-4544

108-89*1 TO ACM LOTSi Owner financing, low down payment. Septic tank Included. S l.5.r Hwy. 301 S. m

*PRICH REDUCED ON THIS 30 Acre form with large 4 BR brick home.,99-89 tsuL swum Starke,. FL
*Sl.iOO LOT IN TOWN 92-89 a
*OWNER FINANCED No Intereit loan, 3 BR Home, Hwy 100. 100-89 ,
*HAMPTON LAKE Lot. AMumable mtg. 129/89 I.\ : N/Homes JLotAcreage vWaterfrontFazms
*lAWTIYl 3 BR. 1 BA on 3/4 Acre. Only $28.000.207/89
*HWY 301 Nt 220 frontage,.approx. 30 acre or can purchase at mall at 1 N >/ Commercial

acre.205/89*EARLTON BEACH Building lot hot lake privil g... $6,200. 204/89 ____ a ON THE WATER .3BR/2BA Norwegian Brick Eat-In Kitchen, Family Room,
*3.B ACRES Build or put mobile home. Owner financing. 200/89 i OUTLAW CH4A Large Lot 2.80 Ac., 2310 SF, Front 4 Back forth.
*NICE NEW 2 BR. 1 BA Ideal for retired couple or starter home. Only 29900.- :arty A LARGE ROOMY HOMI 3BR/2BA Frame, Family Rm w/Flreploce/ CH4A | .
Nice lot. 197/89. 964.4622wr. 2184 SF. 576 SF Workshop, Hampton Lake Acc....
*HWY U W 3 BR. 21/2 BA brick veneer kitch.n.qulpped on 1 beautiful acre. .Hx .n. ATTENTION. HOME SEEKERS 4BR/2BA CB Horn; Family Room, CHSA, ]
19 -89 A 2148 SF. Garage, Landscaped.
*HWY 301 SOUTH Equipment So''e.I Repalrt. welding,Setellne gal paint shop, Season's Greetings ACRES OF PRIVACY 3BR/1BA. A-Fram w/Porchet All Round Stove I I
7 acre fenced and cross fenced. Nice 3 BR.3 BA brick veneer.hat swimming pool. Refrlg., Wood Burning Steve, Pale Barn 24x90, Tool Shed '119. Well 4 Sep
Could be used for another butlnett. 191/89 I tic. 1 a
*LAURA STREET 4 BR. 3 BA. Owner Anxlout. Attumabl Mortgage. 54000. to all our frienc is. LOVELY BRICK HOME 4BR/2BA CHIA, Stove Refrlg 4 Dlthwaiher 2240 |
IIW/19 SF, Sun Deck. Well I Septic.
*IOVEIY COLONIAL HOMI 4 BR, 21/2 BA. 2 rental units'on approx.'2 acres of a JUST NORTH OF LAWTEV 3BR/2BA Brkk Family Rm CHIA.. 294 SF, 2 I
private god ns. 176/89 Large Workshops on 1.7 Acres w/lott of Shad Trees.a .
*LAWTEY 2 BR, 1 BA Frame. 25000. 168/89 1li4Yvi4 a ROOM FOR HORSES.3BR/2BA Cut Brick CH4A. Range I Refrlg. Big Shed |
'*A QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD Nice home with 3 BR.. 11/2 BA on large lot with Fenced Area for H.,...... a
1r.... Makes the perfect Christmas gift under $' 3.000. 189/89 CROSBY LAKE SHORES 3BR/2BA Two-Story Home Slave 4 Refrl,AC Units
*2 I.. I BA Large 2-car teparate garage on a large fenced. country lot. A |ewel' INSTANT FINANCING REASONABLE INTEREST a Electric Heat. Well I Septic Acre. a
at $36.900. 12 /89 INVESTMENT PROPERTY Two Story Apt. Bldg 2BR/1BA eo Apt Gas Heot.
*WimAVE SINGLE t DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOMES.One OW with large addition e Mobile Home'Lots with or without septic & HWY 16W 3BR/2BA' Doublewlde, CH4A. Workshop Fish Pond, Well 41
on 2 ocret. Priced for a quick ...Ie. well hookup a Septic 5.7 Acret. a
*REDUCED Story Apartment Building. $39,900. 109/89 : e Building Lot Keystone RIVER BEND ESTATES 3BR/2BA OW Mobile Home CHI A, 2 Acret.

*HOUSE WITH POOL 2-Story on 1 acre. Beautifully landtcoped. 112/89 200 Acres In Bradford County.............1.500 Acre CTY HWY 23S' 3BR/2BA Mobile Home, AC Units Central Heat 4.' Acres.I .. I
retldentlal 132-89 Ft 2 Mobile Horns 1 Commercial Bldg.31S e
CORNER LOTt 3 ..11/2 BA brick. In nke neighborhood. HIGHWAY 301 S. 300 Frontage
the Only 2 ., old. 167/89 e 2 Lots & Mobile Home In Keystone' 3BI/1 BA Frame. CH4A. R Utility Bldg w/Holf Rath.I .
2 BA In country. y. LAFAYETTE *REDUCTION ON Mutt THIS 3 tee BR this unique doublewlde mobile home. Clot to great e 5 Mobile Home Lots on 227...................-.-46.5OO Each
*OAK GALORE Edwards Rd. a
159/89 Commercial Building on SELECTED PROPERTIES
fishing*LOTS Iolle.01' LOTS AND ACRES OF ACREAGE. From MH lob to Country Club lott. e 43 Acre Farm with S Br., 2 .Ba. Home. In HOME BLDO LOTS Hwy 16W. City Water 4 Sewage. Owner. Financing.

Pried to Sell. From $3.000 I Up. Ga.1neSV1lle. I HOMI BLDO LOTS Shady Calks t/D. Breaker. a
... e 5 Acres on small lake...........................3.OOO Acre FOUR B-ACRI TRACTS Broker/Own.1 Financing.
,.c e 3/4 mile lake frontage on lake,In Alachua THREE I-ACRI RIVERFRONT LOTS Breaker, Owner, Financing.e .
Call.Ona of Our Professionally I ACRES > Well. Septic Power Pol*. a
Lake ,with cottage'$18S.OOO B ACRES' Hwy 301 South.. .
e Santa Fe. 4 Br.. 2 Ba. guest
rrflJfJ A.talT ay.....9th-5069. e 10 Acres on Sampson River near Graham.$3.0OO Acre a !.I ACRES '1'OfItete.en New fthwri;Well I Ssplis. a

After HouiVCair: These Realtor Associate- : ,Ielnn. For Rent. 2 Br., 1 Ba. on Santa Fe Lake..... $450.00 Mo.i; AFTER HOUM

L. faulkn.r..9U.II.c2 : Weyne Devalet $4-4$53 III 0-..U.144-f
,*Dorln. Godwin.....468-2503 BRADFORD LAND &: CATTLE COMPANY L Bit,DeM.94.7408 teatsp Asr .964433) e 1
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'Worr.n -WoodRyd.r..944- 040' .- Nevis Wert 864.7484 .. Hl.4-U7 ,f

I Thomas (Tom) Grot ...9o4-o7fo I Ronald E. Newman 064-6881 .f; t

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,. -FR'S:I r H1"" .. .' I.EISON. t.i Sl RVICES' [ Ads |
I Keystone Area
[ Starke Area Ads 1.-- TV: Console, $150; 2 utility trailers WANT TO DRINK. THATS

$150 ea OBO. 964-4440. YOUR BUSINESSI. WANT TO
12 s 12/07/89 2 STOP? THAT'S OURSI
PLYWOOD: 1/2" 4 ply CDX $10.99; 5/8 Alcoholic Anonymous 964-3619,
,' $13.19; 34$17.99.. Nails tools 864-4150. 964861417 HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE
: >> .
.UIEIU :'J\V N'fBn 1HEUp'"W: N KO:, i electrical, plumbing, yard tools nuts s 11/30/69 8
& bolls. Stephen Smith Lumber. 468- NEED SEWING? ALTERATIONS? Repairs CAREER IN REAL ESTATI-W train. Call MUST SELll-Sprlng Lake home-Reduced
POSITION AVAILABLE: The Bradford SEARCH PLACEMENT EXPANSION 2624.Miles South of Starke on 301. ?Reasonable prices. 964-2258. Weaver Walton Realty Corp. $10,000--Sacriflcel--no! assumable
County, Board of County Commissioners Large contingency firm is expanding 12 s 12/07/89 2 17 s 11/30/89 4 REALTORS 473-4816 or 4752272. mortgage. Must compare. 6677 SR 21.
is accepting inquiries for the further In Orlando through merger. PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER: 2x4x8 MEET CHRISTIAN SINGLES. Revolu- 6mochg.1-30-5-30 North of Keystone. 4tpd/12/7-28
position of VETERANS SERVICE Full corporate support for successful $1.76/Ea.; 4x4x8 $3.58/Ea. Call tionary service oilers safe convenient PROGRAM COORDINATOR-For th. Clay PAYMENTS UNDER 1300-great
OFFICER, for Bradford County The independents In area. Send company Collect 468-2624 lor quotes on other Introductions by phone today. All County Rocrvatlon Department. Must assumable loan on this 3BR/2BA
position is pait-time, working one ((1)) information to Joe Wiggins, PO Box prices. Free Delivery. Stephen Smith ages all hours. Be have ." In the development, Hawthorne home, large fenced yard
day a week Anyone interested in the 56761. Atlanta, GA 30343. Lumber A Builders Supply, 7 Miles 346-MEET$1.95 firstminute/99Lent organization and/or .upervlilon of Immaculate condition, owner will helpon
position, or for additional information, 15 s 12/14/89 1 South of Starke on 301. 12s EAM.17 s 1tenA:: recreation program All interested equity financing a* well a* make
should inquire to the Clerk of Court's TRUCK DRIVERS:Take this job and love 12/07/89 2 HERBALIFEINDEPENDENTDISTRIBUTOR. applicant may request In person or by Improvement to suit, nice area closeto
office, Bradford County Courthouse, it. Call-today, J B. Hunt, 1-800-643- 35 MM PENTAX ME CAMERA plus ac .Call me lor products or opportunity mail Job Oltcrlptlant and Application shopping. Call Bill uv.ron today to
by December 20, 1989, 5,00 p.m. 3331, EOE. Subject drug screen. cessories.Zoom wideangla telecon- 1-800-780-6746.As seen on TV. for Employm.nt forms from the ee..Century 21 Lakeside Realty
15 s 12/07/89 2 15 s 12/14/89 1 verter lenses flash atchmt, tripod, Lose weight and Inches!The new diet Recreation Deportment 915 Walnut 475-1269 or 1-80O-432-4395, ext. 1510
EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAYI! Assemble FLORIDA CERTIFIED EMT: Must have carry bag, etc $425.00. 4734679. disc guaranteedI1-8oo.780-! Str..t, Suit. 13 Green Cove Springs, BEAUTIFUL 3BR.2BATH.1987 CHAM-
products at home Call for some word processor typing abilities. 12. 12/14/89 2 8746. 17 s 12/14/89 FL 32043. Resume must b. received In PION mobile
information' 504.64 t-8003.ext.9579. Will also be required to do some bill BRAND NEW SKI MACHINE: $25.00. CASH FAST BORROW the Recreation Department no later home.14x70.carpeted.gardentub.breakfast
15 s 12/14/89 1 ing and collecting. Will work a 40-hr. 964-6137 or 9649340. 12S home even with bad credit money as long your as than 5 p.m., Friday January 12 1990. barutility room.wired for
ATTENTION: EARN MONEY READING week subject to being called in as 12/14/89 1 your home Is worth $25,000 or more, An Equal Opportunity Employ.r. central air.Must sell.moving! No eq-
BOOKS I $32,000/year income poten needed.Apply Job Service,9648092. GAS HEATERS: One vented. $75; One Mortgage America, 18006782570.AUTO I If r1221HAIRSTIIST uity-take over payments. Serious
tial. Details, ((1)t) 602-838-8885 Ext. 15 s 12/14/89 2 vented $60, 2 Radiant at $40/Ea.. 1 NEEDED-Shear. Perfection. Inquires onlylCall 964-3939.keep
Bk. 3493. 15 s Radiant at $25. May be seen at 327 MECHANIC WORK dona home. Newly r.mod.l.d shop, great stall to trying. k 11/30/89
12/14/89 3 1RVJS SCAMPERS ClarK Street, Starke. 12s Call 964-4970. 17 s work with. Good commission Call for

SANTA FE HOMECARE PHYSICAL 12/14/89 1 ;: 'FORWENT1. Interview. 4737323. 2tchg/12.21.28 FOR RENT
THERAPIST: A rapidly growing hospital FURNITURE; 2 wood stoves 1 white ,
based homecare agency needs '71 MONITOR 22 FT TRAILER: AC enamel $50; 1-cast iron platform, NOTICE MOBILE HOMES-2 or 3
full time/part time and contract physical Awning. Sleeps 5; twin beds; rear $100. 52 pc. set dishes, very nice MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT WITH CITY bedrooms.I35-$150 per month. SR
Ihorspist One yr exp. required bath; $2500. 9647284. 19 china. $25.; lots of tools 612 Collins WATER SEWER,CABLE TV, 2 BR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 100. across from Lake Geneva. Call
homecare exp. preferred. Days & s 11/23/89 4FORSALE Place. 12 s 1 BATH 964-7498 TFN 13 to the Lake Region Monitor office 473.7566 or 473-7810.
homos flexible, education benefits 12/14/89 1 s 11/30/89 4 In writing and paid In advance 4mos.pd/10.26/4/5/90
available. New salary structure our __ I 69 SHEETS 1/2 IN. CDX PLYWOOD. FURNISHED ROOM WITH AIR.all utilities unless credit I I. already establishedwith LAKI GENEVA1BR. H/A carpet.
rohab loam of PT's, OT's, FT's are $8.00 ea. sheet. All for$500.00.964- paid From $37.50 up weekly. this office.MONITOR $325/mo. 473-4961.
part of the Santa Fe Healthcare team MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.AS LOW AS 7077. 12 s 12/14/69 MAGNOLIA HOTEL, Walnut St. STAFF CANNOT BE HELD :3 BR/2BA Large Home-Family room,
which can provide you with backupand $1499 PER. MONTH. CALL 964- 1FLOMATION Starke In front of Post Office. RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN fenced yard. large oaks-in town.
expertise in the areas of acute 6946. 12 s 9/7/89 ANTIQUE AUCTION: '2 LOW RENT ONE ROOM EFFICIEN- CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER $395/mo. 1st and last mo. & Deposit.
care, outpatient and long term rehabs 52ALUMINUM Day Auction Friday, Dec.29 2 p.m.; CIES: Air and Heat carpeted, very THE TELEPHONE. Call 8675373. 4tchg/
If you want a challenging position NEWSPAPER Saturday Dec. 30 10 a.m. Several clean. All utilities paid. Private park- Classified deadline Is 11:00 a.m. Tuesday SILVER SANDS-Doublewlde. Year-round
in an expanding 'field, call or send PLATES.Measures 24x36 estates of American antiques includ- ing. 964-5687. TFN 13 prior to Thursday publication. rental. 912-496-3688 after 6 p.m.
resume to: ALACHUA GENERAL inches.50 each. Great for patchingand ing Louisiana Antebellum home. For 3 BR HOUSE ON CROSBY LAKE: Minimum charge I I.$3.50 for 15 word, 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME-On 1 acre
HOSPITAL, 801 SW 2nd Ave. repairs. TELEGRAPH 135 W. illustrated catalog, Flomation Ala. Completely furnished with dock,$350 then 15 cent for each additional word. Melrose area. $185 per month and
Gainesville. FL 32601 ((904)) 338- Call St. Starke. 12 s 205-296-3059/3710.: Herbert Heller, per month. Call 964-6494 ask for Mailing address: P.O. Box 1171, deposit. Call mornings 1-684-6634.
2103. EOE 15 s 9/7/89 52 Auc. Lie. #464. 12 a Austin Fender. 13 s Keystone Hts.. FL 32656 3tchg121421.28:
,12/14/89 1 ALICIA HAY FOR SALE IN ROLL.Arthur 12/14/89 1 DESERT ISLE MOTEL: Low daily or CONDO-1BR attic, ceiling fans, skylight.
HOMECARE STAFF RN's: We have full Gaskms. 782-3140 12 SOMETHING DIFFERENT: Make your weekly rates.Kitchenettes room avail- Bet Keystone: and Melrose. 4752427.
If wish l-shirts and sweat shirts.We have able. Mobile home for rent. 782-3332.
or part lima positions. you to MARY'S VARIETY SHOP: Sales wicker, own ;2tchg12.14$1MOBILE ; '
join the 'fastest growing areas health used furniture, appliances, TV's, the supplies: rhinestones sequins 3 BR 2 BA WITH GARAGE:Almost brand PERSONALPRIVATE HOME-2BR/IBA, close to town.
care, flexible daytime. MOn.-Fri. microwaves, VCR, You name it, I paint, glitter paint also 25% Off new. 1011-B W. Pratt St. $500Mo.Askaboutleasepurchaseoption.964. $250/month. 13881850.
schedules with only one weekend Western Shirts. PINEHURST VARIETY -
per carry ill.! Alwas looking for such items. ART LISSONS.for children of all
month. Ideal candidate should have from Southside Elem.
across 8073.13 s 11/30/89 FOR SALE
Stop in if you wish to sell something. ages. Sign up now. Coll 473-7967.
one year med-surg., ICU or home- 964-5587 12 8 OLIN'S SUBDIVISION MOBILE Home
304 E. Call St., 964-3250. Eveningscall 2tpd/l2-21-28
care background 1 yr. med-surg., 964-5813. Don't call after 9pm. 12/14/89 1 lots for rent water and sewer fur
ICU or home healthcare experience TFN 12 8 11/30/89 SLEEPER for pickup truck $500. Call nished, cable tv available. 782-3333 PARTY TIME: Do you need a place to SHARP 756 COPIER-standard and legal
preferred. Choose to work in 4 9649317. 12 ( HALF ACRE MOBILE HOME LOTS for hold your social gathering? The Beta size paper $900.Betsy Jo Minor I
Gainesville Starke or Williston of- AUTOMOBILE PARTS: Four Modular 12/14/89 2 rent Close to prison. Call 468-1323. Sigma Phi Club House is taking reservations 473-4903 4tchg11-30/12-21
'fica, Independent cdase managements Chrome with Gold Inlay Dodge Rims, '87 CAMARO: Black A/C, auto.,AM/FM STATE EMPLOYEES needa home close now for your special event. SATELLITE SYSTEM-Like new 6 monthsold
Newly updated salary and Five lugs. Four tires:2 Mud grip and 2 Power B/S rebuilt engine. New tires. to your work? We have clean mobile Christmas New Year's, with scrambler. Nothing down.
benefits"' package. For more information radial. Also, rebuilt 351 Windsor mo- $6,500.964-9317. 12S homes available. 468-1323.. TFN BirthdaysBridal and Baby Showers $49/mo. 1-272-1018.4tchg/12-7-28
call or send to LAURA 12/14/89 2 Dinners and Banquets,
resume : tor with transmission; C-4 transmis- 13 s 11/30/89 4 Dances..youname SATELLITE SYSTEM-Repossessed due to
WALTRIP Santa Fe Homecare, sion.964-2573 alter 6pm. Anytimeon BABY SET/MATTRESS. $55; Antique MOBILE HOME LOTS WITH CITY III $35 per day you clean up divorce. Still under warranty. Nothing
Alachua General Hospital, 816 SW weekends. 12 s desk$350;'79 Sunbird,$125;PlanterJr. WATER.SEWER, CABLE TV, 964- afterwards. Call now to make your down. 39mo. 12721031.
4th Ave,Gainesville FL32601.((904)) 11/23/89 4 plow. $20; Coffee table. $4; End 7498 TFN 13 s reservations.Linda 964-6600 or 4tchg/I2-7.28
3382189. EOE.15 s NEW AND USED CELLULAR PHONES: Table. $3. Call 964-8813. 12S -. -- Brenda 964-5611-after 6pm call 964- COMMODORE 64 COMPUTER-2 Disk
12/14/89 1 12/14/89 1PERSONAL 3BR HOUSE ON GRIFFISLOOP.stove.refrlgeratorand 6865.13 k 11/23/89 drives, letter quality bus. printer, data
For Sale. We install and activate. Call
SERVICE TECHNICIANS-Terwillegar dish 10FLOOR tape drive, joysticks, assortment of
964-4238. TFN 12 s
Chrysler-Plymonth, apply in person. ATARI UNIT plus 44 tapes. A great buyl SERVICES washer furnished carperted throughout SAGGIN.DOOR games A educational software Plus
Mon-Fn to Service Manager. $90 00. 965-5011 ask for lady who front and back porch and utility DRAGGIN.HOUSE OUT OF boxes and book 60 floppy disk
15 s 12/14/89 1 12 room.ceiling fansforced air heat and LEVEL?? LaRue Leveling Service for organizer (full). 473.4713.KEROSENE.TOYSTOVEp.r'ect ,
LONG HAUL TRUCKING: Got into a high 11/30/89 3 self-esteem sink this Call window air.Large private yard and all your foundation repairs. 473-7721 condition
demand career as an owner/operator HAND! HOUSE PORTABLE buildings 9648594. TFN 17 s drive.$300 monthplus $200 security //#M7 k 11/30/89 4 container included $60.00; Kelsey
with northAmerican Van Lines! Operate storage buildings, garages, green- 11/30/89 4 deposit call after 6pm.964-8970.964- Printing Press with type, $150.00:
your own tractor. II you don't have houses. NO DOWN PAYMENT. Hwy ALTERATIONS: zippers, hems button 8705. 964-4430 13 S LOST? Radio Hams,8 year of QST $20.00: :
one, we offer a lease-purchase pro- 301! South 964.8848 TFN holes patchesetc. Drop off and pickup 12/7/89 5 Antique ((1936)) HRO with calls $100.00.Cash .
gram that is one of the best in the 3 BR, 1 BA HOME ON LAKE GENEVA: only. Ed 475.2677 1tpd2/2l
12 s 11/30/89 4 7 days a week,7am-8pm,964-
Industry. No experience necessary. If 12X21 CARPORT $7*b:), NO DOWN 5587. Pinehurst Variety across from Will consider one months rent for REWARD-Tool box between SR21 and GIBSON IS GUITAR-Approximately 80
you need training, we will train you. PAYMENT .Hand! House portable Southside Elem. Hwy 100 -TFN cleanup. $350/per mo.,$150 security Gator Bone lake. Call 4732347. years old. J.G. McGraw. 473-3967.
You must be 21 in Call 1-325-3238 after 6 No
good physical dep. p.m. ltnc/12-21 ltpd/12-21-- .
buildings Hwy 301 South Starke, 964- 17 s 11/30/89 4 ., .i.rf
.condition and have a good driving 8848 TFN 12 s CC CLEANING SERVICE: Holiday Special collect calls please. )3. BOOKOH/RAPPING-PUJiaM:. \ methods
record. Call northAmerican for a s 12/07/89 2 with deadfall Written by Herbert H.
CHRISTMAS TREES: Cut own. $10 Carpet Shampooing 1st room. LAND FOR
complete information package. 1-800- your Starke RD min. 782- 3 BR. 2 BATH HOME: Kitchen furnished, Lyons, reg. Maine guide. Price-SS
each. 9 Miles South of on $25;each add. room$5( 3))
348-2147 ask for 97. wall to wall CH/A Lake site. each. 4732909.
Operator 100. 1/2 Mile South of Suwannee 3089.17 s 11/23/89 carpet 2 ADJOINING LOTS-3 acres eachwoods 2tpd1221.28
15 s 12/14/69 1 Swifty on C18. Please call ahead. 5HEALTH $500/per month.$300/deposit/-468- of Cloy County. Owner financed. YAMAHA ENDURO ID-Motorcycle. Very
4734195. 12 8 INSURANCE at group rates for 1630. 13 a 12/07/89 $95.00 down, no closing costs. Good condition. Only 1,600 miles.
11/30/89 3SuEl's the self-employed. Call 1-462-4176 2 473-2494. 4tchg11-30/12-21 $400. 473-4268. 1tpd/12-21
for information. 17 8
""'- 11/30/89 4 ment.Clean quiet.Houck Apartments. "

Retirement HANDY MAN: Reasonable rates. Painting 964-8214.12/14/89 3 13 s A heat ip _rTT ie ;
Plumbing, Electric & Home Repairs -
FOR RENT OR SALE:2 BR 2 BA,2 Cpt., : '
Community Retirement Home 25yrs.experience.Woody 964- 1 Ac.2394 NW 65th Ave. 1-771-2594. r
5405 for 24-Hour Service.//#17s I 10 I'I'AR i
A small retirement r In this small: 11/30/89 4 13 s 12/14/89 4 illhie1- (
SuEl' we also do SMALL 1 BR HOUSE: LR. Kitchen 4 DR anyone
at HUDSONS : repairs or
community .
We have rentals r have: Su-El's roofs mobile homes combined, small hall large bath. SR
: or on ,
rooms for self-care HcUremcnlllome. A houses painting, etc. Free estimates. 964- 16 E, 1 1/2 Mi. on left. 964-7625. conrfortaMewith I' Ftf/n/
licensed home
Independent seniors. group 9607.17 8 11/30/89 13 s 12/14/89 1
for senior who need
It Is a quiet setting 2 BR DUPLEX IN TOWN: CH&A. Unfur
with a homelikeatmosphere.At nished.$30OfMo;$150 t Deposit. 964- fj
Su-El's supervision. We give Durrance Pump & Supply Co, Water 2250. 13 8 12/14/89
we offer housing 1 personalized l care 24 systems specialists. 864 N. Temple' 1FARM / Jl'I
hr. supervision hot US Starke, 32091 TFN I
utilities, maid and Ave 301 HOUSE. 2 BR furnished on acre .
laundry services with meals, laundry service I 17 s 11/30/89 4 of land. Referrences required. 468- r ...
a 24 hr. emergency csystem. day, week, long term CHAIN LINK FENCE:installed. Free estI- 2374. 13 8 12/14/89 BuYIM1nMXLUO .IMM ..... .
Mculsoptional. stay. Cast: nursingassL. mates. HANDYMAN FENCE CO., ,
1LARGE It's bound provide tang lua" feeIinIof
468-2619 trained. stall aid: owner Tommy Reddish, 964-8559. APARTMENT. Close to down- r i"n" comIort.Beca..theXL12OOWeathertnJot
PRESSURE WASHING: Houses side- town. $200/Mo. plus sec. dep. 964- I" heat pump is backed by an BcdusvemimdscHirer's -
i1; 10 year limited warranty on bail the
walks, driveways. Roof Repairs. Call 4990. 13 8 12/14/89 compressor: and 2 year*on...,..And
This facility Is not a nursing home and therefore Is not licensed to 964-6341. Terry Parks. TFN 1 the unjl's super high efficiency helps reduce your
provide 24 hour nur.> care. This facility has no religious aflUlatlon. STRICKLAND'S SEWING MACHINE 3 BR, 11/2 BA:Fenced yard,living room energy for usage aD details year long the Call
1 Mile South on fig 328 Hampton FL Sue Lott Walker SALES AND; SERVICE: All makes den eat-In kitchen,unfurnished.' $4007 .'XL today 1200 heal more pump.Finnic.on VKAJUBT '
and models cleaned, oiled and ad- Mo., 1 st& Last.Available Feb. 1.964- "'"**
justed $15. New and used sewing 4284. 13 8 12/14/89 COWARTAir
machines. Hwy 233 & 16 (Morgan 3

mjRRANCE PUMP&: SUPPLY Road) 964-8733 TFN 17 Conditioning Contractors

'- Bradford CACOZ762rSerVtni countie County*for over' andsurrounding IS'I 964-8025, l

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--:' : ; \ CR 229 N.W.,28th St. Starke 964-6133 i ,


>>f'X"/' !,'E' ORSA"E'Mt-- :; :" -..Jf'l'-< 1 -- If BIG
Pump Sales & Service On All Makes < 1 r 4

.c ''iZY7xx'f! ;; f"lSBil11

Well :s
Drilling -

Residential & Irrigation Large or Small Loads of Limcrock: 1 URNITURE

Uc #1305 Tractor Work Backhoe Bulldozer -

964-7061 8O4 N. Temple Ave.. Starke <'{1 ,
Eve &: Weekends: 964-7878 \t.- ,,.)


: T.H.E.APARTMENTS Minimum qualifications Florida Licensure: as a professional

I 922 E. Brownlee St. We Take Down. registered nurse and one year experience. Large inventory of
Camp Standing Rd. Clean Up &: T ri mStarkeFL32091 Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable<< ,up to

r $28,000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$8.000). House-type'and Mobile

964-7133 We Have Insurance Correctional Medical Technician CERT _'--1 Home FurnitureBassett

2&3 R.l family oriented with FREE ESTIMATES Minimum qualifications Florida Ucensure as a practical nurse. ,Broy hill, Florida Furniture &Apollo .

I laundJy&largcpla'ground. Salary based on credentials and experience. Salary negotiable up
Phone 782-1238 our'odels
1 Tree electricity first month. to$18.000 annually. (Benefit package worth over$5(00). All furniture on display

'Rent 30%of your monthly Lawtey. FL New Medical FaciJity. Successful candidate will bo eligible for all Prices marked at'

I Income If you qualify. Honda career service benefits, including: State Contributions to -

'If you earn$3.35 per hr.,40 health insurance and retirement. 13 paid vacation days. 10 paid invoice or below.
I hra. a week! have 3 COMMERCIALBUILDING CEU's and
J holidays and sick leave. Deferred compensation plan
dependant your rent would be
about$112 a month or$3.73 in-service training 4l A Christmas present for the

I per day for days left In month Interested persons should contact: : entire family!
lor Ill Ve-In after the lust'QualfedSingiesAccepted.
R.Nate Holton Personnel Manager
., FOR SALE New River Correctional. lostltnU
Move-to cost can be as low a* '
$10.00 P.O. Box 333 '

I Ft. Ralford'FL, 32083 '... .
Sec 8 Housing ,725 Sq. Phone .. "tOBJfroMv! 301 N. Lawtey 782-3333

Rents for 30% t4) 964.4000 ( ssis
Equal: $25,000u5ftg Mon.-Sat.9-5 Fmancing!
;** .1-1. .
JJ You Qualify ,Call 964-6261 Preference shall be given to veterans and spouses of veterans Sun. 1-5 forqualified


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December 21. 1989 TELEGRAPH,TIMES

Liberal Arts and Sciences

Gaining Ground, Dean SaysA

distinct trend toward a return to better for a fuller, well-rounded life
traditional values In higher educa and better in the
A positions long run,
t 'i h sf,{ yf rrfid ,1 tion at and
I I l "! I today's colleges universities Dean Harrison said. Several major
t 1q r } ( 1{ I'i E' f $H {)W'"v' p' W 's was noted by Willard Harcorporations have been looking for
: t rison Dean of the liberal
University of arts graduates in recent mon
Florida College of Liberal Arts and ths, he added.
Sciences, in a talk at the Starke Dean Harrison is heading up an ef
Rotary Club last week. fort to save two of the University's
The speaker, who came to the original brick buildings, Anderson
University as a professor of Hall and Flint Hall which are no
e---T. chemistry In 1988 said that America longer in use, but need complete
was in danger of becoming "science restoration of their interiors. Mat
/ illiterate" during the past decade ching grants are available for these
when students trended away from projects, but $5 million must also be
"hard academics". But now the penraised in private funds. "They are
dulum is swinging from so-called too valuable to the University from a
"computerized education" back to historical standpoint, as well as for
traditional arts which prepare them needed space, to have them
destroyed Dean Harrison said.

t I i171a t : rVW
Driver Killed In Crash...

} : r The driver of thl 1980 Ford wu killed when his vehicle overturned on a
Ir rain lUck VS.30111Outh of SUrke Tuesday evening Douglas Wayne Strom 30,
1 of Starke wu partially thrown from hit vehicle and pinned underneath a all

; overturned,according to Trooper).II.Horler.
t A car matching this description was being ought by local authorities for

? driving through Starke In an erratic manner. Strom'.vehicle was weaving In
) 7, ,
j t It and out of traffic prior to the crash,according to the accident report.


...,. .... -

I YOllutions Source Report. .. --- .a

from page IB

prevent generation of
pollution should be encouraged.nonpoint In pliance, a statewide survey was ten year! Including the evaluationof
the sense that these preventive designed to periodically evaluate over 600 forestry operations.For .

management practices are to be the sites silvicultural recently involved This in a site to qualify for the survey, [ Union County Area Ads)
best known means to protect the has been conducted operations survey it must have been subject to a
water resource they are considered biennially since silvicultural operation, i.e., harvest,
Best Management Practices, or 1981.The DOF site preparation,or regeneration ac ..
BMPs. Since they are also designed fifth (1989)recently completed the tivity during the past two year,and
to conserve the soil and associated biennial Compliance be located within 300 feet of either a FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT
Survey when
nutrients, they contribute to good 128 sites distributed perennial or intermittent stream or FOR SALE
overall forest management. throughout 38 counties were lake 10 acres or larger. Sites are initially OFFICE SPACE, ISO W. Main Street
evaluated, with all but found LARGE THREE BEDROOM-TWO BATHHOUSE
eight in
As a result of action taken by the selected by aerial $100.00 month. Call 4962261. .
compliance with silvicultural BMPs. recpn- 1990 14'x 50' 2 BR 1 Bath, $6995.00 Call Fenced yard In country. Call
Florida DER, The Florida naisance and undergo intensive MOBILE HOME FOR RENTI981
Divisionof an all elec
A total of four 755.5114 Circle B 496.3939, days. 2/14tfn
sites failed Homes, lake
compliance tric. City Fl
70x14 2 bed
Forestry (DOF) was designatedas review during on-the-ground visits 2 bath S.W. Union REPO OOUBLEWIDE
the lead agency for the implementation lands. on private non-industrial by the county forester. Based on County 250 'month call credit $1000.00 down. Bad
Four failures or no credit. You
were noted on can buy. Call
332-6411.3lchrg.12,1,4. HELP WANTED
of silvicultural BMPs. These data gathered from the survey questions 7555114. Circle
forest industry lands and no failures HOUSE FOR B Homes, lake City, Fl
BMPs were to remain nonregulatory occurred ire, each site receives an RENTHOUS FOR RENTIn USED MOBILEHOMES Singlewides
if satisfactory compliance was level of compliance on government(94 percent lands. This), is overall pass/fail rating.with respectto $220 Washington month.First Sprlngi.and 2 bed t bath. at $500.00. Doublewldes also starting In ATTENTION HIRING Government
per last
maintained. To assess BMP com the highest recorded during the last BMP compliance. rent In advance.Call 496.2995 months stock. Call 7555114. Circle B. Homes, jobs your area. $17B40-$69,485. Call
49635094tpd1211. or Lak.City Fl.11/16 chg. 12/7 12/28 1(602)838-685.( ) .xt. R.9127.12/143Ipd.


Audio Vox 498 Rust-colored 9.5 $85 call 964.7061 to the Union County Times of
Days 964-7578
eves.tfn fice In writing and paid In advance
Airtime Credit Fruit Plants For Sol.
at Martin's Fruit unless
credit is
STARKE Phone$100 December 90 Farm, Fort Whit. BAREROOT, apple, this office. already establishedwith repair). Delinquent. tax property.Repossessions. .
964-4238 Installed with Antenna peaches, nectarines, plums, figs and THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT BE HELD Call 1(805)687-6000.( )
Ext. GH-1136, for list.
Credit pears. $3.50 CONTAINER current repo
'Q"VIL'LE S72-88O J'' ChoicaoUnstaltedof t$1 UU. December 91 I pears.peaches 6.00, nectarines, plums" figs and CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER IN 4 12/14 ACRES Btpd.JBR 2/8 2BAden, 2 wells.2 bed
'Japanese Persimmons THE "
transportable model phone =tNAL $12.00 Grapes $3.50 Blueberries $3.00 Classified mobile home on CR 229. Inside Raiford
t deadline Is MONDAY S
limits. the Must sell fast.
city By bridge.
29 K bpen M-S 8a.m. til 6 closed Sunday P.M.,
Also Choice of FREE Cordless p.m. prior to Thursday publication. $40,000 OBO. '
I Pylons or Radar Detector COST 12/28 4396-2621 let ring. 12/7 4tpd. Minimum charge 15 words for$3.50,
then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
1 .Activation Financing .

.Motorola thru Nce Available CARS AND TRUCKS
Pmts. from
Audio Vox
I RadiantPanasonic $25 per mo. 1979 MERCURY MONARCH Power steerIng .
ri A AIGENT ED power brakes, A/C AM/FM
We buy and sellearphones
Pagers cassette stereo, automatic Good con
Scott Lazenby dition. Call 496-2261 days 496.3206
evenings tfnSuburban






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I John E. Denmark, D.D.S., P.A.
315 West Call Street

Starke, FL 32091

eI a (904) 964-7501

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11 ,1
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; ., 0 120 Gallon Tank .g '

: '. : "Homeowners''Special" g T JANE S. LJSHE

Your Union County Realtor.

:. ExchapgeTankSpecial : '; '" $'11395 e I./ Lake 476-2126 Butlor or.*-.755-3500. Lake City

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: $49 : : Includes completely :
Includes DEPoSrr': I 0 NO INSTALLATION COST installed g
: .NO completely installed with arranged lor qualified
3/1 PRAMS HOME fawn financing already
48 GALLONS OF GAS '(Will furnish op to 10 ft of tubing. ) g buyer.,

: .AUTOMATIC GUAGE-Let's you know when! tank U empty! '.1000 LLONSOPOAS
.3/1 FRAME HOME on 1 acre at Johnstown between lake Butler and.
instantly switches to full tank keeps your pilot light burning. SAFETY INSPECTION OF ALL,YOUR APPLIANCESSAFETYWSPECTIONOFALLYOURAPPLAIVCES 'U .Raiford an SR 121.'

. .,. . .a. . ,Eirrrri .rlEisrutlra.rwrrrrrrrrrr Butler. Con be resldentlal-multl family-commercial: on this 1/2 city block.

CALL TODAY "1BR, 11/ilA HOME AND SHOP IN BACK Ideal for buelnese at home or
hobby shop. Already financed- that con be assumed by qualified buyer.
Suburban Suburban
496-1099 .7 ACRES IN WORTMNOTON SPRINGs Partially wooded.Owner finandna ,
with 10 percent down. Hoe 1000 ft.road frontage. Could be cfIv.......Near. '
Propane Santa Pa River.n -
165 SSW 4TH Ate
; .... ..,,ft.......w.m/M suet ON THESE AND OTHER LISTINGS
I CALL....496-31M Day or 785-3300 Jllgh"I :


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Page IZB TEL.EGItAP11TIMES&MONITOR SECTION December 21,1989Obituaries


f t'OI-geW. "Dec" Wofford following an extended illness. Bornin Funeral services for Mr. Jackson was the son of the late Jerry and p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16, at Nor- Church of Starke.
Wayne County,West Virginia, Mr. were held at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C. Lula Hicks Norman,was a member thside Baptist Church with Rev. Survivors include her husband,
Mi George W. "Dee" Wofford 68, Jackson moved to Melrose in 1978 Jones Chapel on Saturday, Dec. 16, of the Northside Baptist Church of James Cowart and Rev. Charles Clinton B. Griffis of Starke; her
of I Ikc Geneva, died Thursday, Starke. Mr. Burial was In mother and father, Curtis and
from Indianapolis, Ind. He was a with Rev. Jimmy Coyle officiating. Norman owned and Harvey officiating.
n<-< I 11, in Bradford Hospital followin member of Eliam Baptist Church of Burial was in Keystone Heights operated his farm where he grew Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie Gracie Harris of Raiford; three
*! .1 long illness. Melrose; was a retired Ortho-Pedic Cemetery under the direction of strawberries and other produce for Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in brothers, Ray Harris of Raiford and
11'1111 m Summerville Georgia, Bracemaker for the medical in- Jones Funeral Home of Keystone the market. charge of arrangements.Mrs. Joseph Curtis Harris and Leon Harris -
Mr Wofford moved to Lake Genevain both of Archer; two sisters, Mrs.
1'iTl from Hawthorne. He was a dustry. Heights. Survivors include two daughters, Clarice E. Griffis Bernice Holder of Raiford and Mrs. I
member of Eden Baptist Church of Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Norman of Starke Genice Reid of Archer. I
Hawthorne; was a retired garment Patricia Ann Schatz of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Shirley Thomas of Mrs. Clarice Eunice Griffis, 42, of Funeral services were held at 11 I
cutler for Floria Athletic Companyand Ind.; two brothers, Woodrow Leon M. Norman Sr. Wildwood; two sons, L.M. "Buddy" Starke,died Saturday night,Dec. 16, a.m. Tuesday morning, Dec. 19, at
was a U.S. Army Veteran of Jackson of Largo, Fla. and Glen Mr. Leon M. Norman Sr., 77, of Norman, Jr. of Starke and David at her home following an extended il- the First Baptist Church with Ben
World War II He was the son of the Jackson of Huntington, W. Va.; two Starke, died Wednesday, Dec. 13, at Norman of Gainesville; one sister, lness. Born in Glen St. Mary and Bryant officiating. Burial was in
late Thomas W. and Margaret Jane sisters, Shirley Schachleiter, Huntington Bradford Hospital following a brief Mrs. Carrie Bell Mosley of Macclen- moved to Raiford where she lived Conner Cemetery with Archie Tan-
.Jones Wofford. W. Va. and Goldie Stallings illness. Born and raised in Bradford ny, 18 grandchildren and 17 great and attended Union County Schools. ner Funeral Home of Starke in
Survivors include two daughters of Dayton, Ohio and two grand- County, Mr. Norman attended the grandchildren. She moved to Starke in 1969.She wasa charge of arrangements.:
Martha Wofford of Lake Geneva and children. Bradford County school system.!! He Funeral services were held at 2:30 member of the First Baptist
Gloria Sumner of Keystone l Heights;
two brothers, Thomas B. Wofford of
Menlo Ga. and Joe F Wofford of
Lake Geneva; one sister, Joyce Pax-
son of Decatur Ga, und (two grand-

children.Funeral !>services were held at 3 r '
p.m. Sunday, Dec 17, in DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel, with Kev Charles 1 t'
Starling officiating. Burial was in
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof
Keystone Heights.

William "Flojd". K. Hosier

!Mr William "Floyd" Edward
Hosier 67, of Jacksonville, died
Wednesday, Die 13, in Alachua
General Hospital following a brief illness -
Born in Lawtey, Mr Hosier
moved to Jacksonvillefrom Starkein
1UB7 He was an electrical contractor -
and was of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife Mary
Brimlley Hosier of Jacksonville; two
daughters Ann Hosier Floyd of
Jacksonville and Terrie R Tyler of
Lawtey; three brothers James B.
Rosier. Palatka, Hubert L. Hosier of
Jacksonville and Marvin E. Hosier
of Law ley; one sister Ola Inl'z Brice
of Lawtey and four grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr. Rosier
will|| he held at a later date. Jones 41:
Funeral Home of Keystone Heights
was in charge of local arrangements -

Thomas :Milton SorrelsMr

Thomas Klilton Sorrels, 69, of
Ko>stone Heights, died Wednesday,
Dec 13, in Alachua General
Hospital, Gainesville, following a
long illness. Born in McAlister,
Oklahoma, Mr Sorrels moved to
Keystone !Heights in 1989 from
Rockford Illinois He attended the
Assembly of God Church in Starke;
\\.is a retired machine operator for YOU CHOOSE ANY ITEM IN! STOCK
J.I. 'lark Manufacturing Co. and a U.S, Army Veteran of World

\\iII'II.Survivors include his wife ? Jpbbt 1_ IT'S ON SALE IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!

Catherine L Sorrels of Keystone
I Heights! ; one daughter, Betty Ann .
Nye of Hockford, III; a step-

Stare; two. Carla brothers Hawthorne Bill Sorrels of of 1111. UPER STORE WIDE SAVINGS

Loves Park, III and Fred Sorrels of
DeWar. Oklahoma; one sister. Betty
Long of DeWar, Oklahoma; nine '
grandchildren and two great grandchildren SALE PRICES FROM SALE PRICES FROM

Funeral services were held at 3 t .ti
p.m. in DeVvilt C Jones Chapel on
Monday Dec IB. with Kev Ed Day
and Rev. Otis Mersey officiating.
Burial was in Sunset Memorial
Gardens, Rockford, Illinois, with SWIVEL
local arrangements under the direc- '
tion of Jones Funeral Home of DINETTE SET
Keystone Heights ROCKER

Airs. Dolly It. Burton

J Keystone Heights, died Thursday,
Dec 14, in North Florida Regional $ 188 ,
Medical Center Gainesville, follow-
ing a lingering illness. Born in
Crawfordville Indiana, Mrs. Burton
moved to Keystone Heights in 1968

from Hope Starke Baptist She Church was a in member Theressa of; 7 : LIVING ROOM TV VIDEO DECK

was a homemaker, and had .. -L
operated a motel in Leesburg with f SOFA 'rowER s'rio
her husband for several )'ears. .
Survivors include her husband,
I'lmtorfsS. Burton of Keystone SALE PRICES FROM SALE PRICES FROM
Heights; one daughter. Dottie S
Varnes of Starke; two sons, Kenny ; I
Loper of Keystone Heights and $299
)Frank Loper of Amencus Ga.; one T1 299
brother, Frank Kelsey of Wildwood t -
and five grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Burton GAS OR ELECTRICRANGE
were held at 1 r:00 a..m. In Hope Bap-
tist Church on Monday. Dec. 18,with
Rev Gary Heath officiating. Burianwas
in Hope Cemetery under the
direction of Jones Funeral Home of


!Mrs. Cora May DouglasMrs. '

Cora May Summers Douglas, : ; $377 $399q
96, of Providence, died Thursday .j
evening in the Tanglewood Nursing
Center in Lake City, following an ex-
tended illness. A lifelong resident of
Union County, she was the widow of q
the late John M.Douglas,and was a WASHER BEDROOM
Baptist member Church.of the Providence Village ..

Mrs. Douglas Is survived by

several Funeral nieces services and nephews.were held Saturday 5 ;' 'h. SALE PRICES FROM SALE PRICES FROM

at 3 p.m. In the Chapel of Archer .
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with ,
Rev. Paul R. Graham officiating. $477 $499
Cemetery Burial was in Union in Old County.Providence .

Grover Paul Jackson

Melrose, died Wednesday, Dec. 13,
in Humana Hospital. Orange Park.LOOKING OR CHINA CABINET

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