Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
November 26, 1987
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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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The National Weather Service Office predicts dry weather Editorial p..*. .. . ... .. ..4A
through Thanksgiving day, with showers returning Friday or Th.Social Scm. .. . .. ..SA GAINESVILLE FL
Saturday. Public Nallcn. .. . .. .. .2.IA 3S6H-
There will be no frost or freeze Saturday. Temperatures Sport . . . . . .. 9-10 .
will range from the mid 50s to mid 70s through the week-end.
Thanksgiving day will be partly cloudy and mild. SECTION Si 12 P....
November is Hard . . . .
normally the driest month of the with Worker .. ..IS U
year averup rainfall of 1.88Inchea. This year however year is the wettest ... Stop Hor. .. . .. 2S
November in 40 years, according to television station WJXT, Film Star Hor. . . . .. M
channel 4. Jacksonville. Robber Sentenced. . . .SI
Recorded rainfall at the Santa Fe tower has been 5.90 inches Court C..U
far so ., .... . . .
thin month. New River tower has recorded 5.20 inches in the N.w. . .M
same period. Rainfall reports from the Highlands tower are in- Want Ad.. . . . . .7Aroo -11 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven108th
complete at this time. Death. . .. . Ill Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

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Wortlipting Lawtey Mayor Councilman Deny Covert Meetingby : I I


9th Grade Parents... Buster Rahn Lawtey Chief of Police M. M. Jor- of the meeting each council according to investigator .
BCT Staff Writer dan has filed a complaint alleging member received an additional $50 Clark. council
A meeting for all 9th grade that Scott Bennett and City Clerk in his or her paycheck on Nov. 3. When asked about the raise past,
parents/guardians will be held at 7p.m. Mayor Robert Scott and Coun- Queen Robinson held a meetmg Oct. Robinson was questioned last council members, both men but has
Wedesday, Dec. 2, in the BUS cilman Buster Bennett were ada- 5, following the regularly scheduled Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday raises for council members
library. mant stating that no such meeting council meeting after the press and morning (Nov. 17-18) by an in- discussed a number of times held
Don Dickerson, SRI Inc. will explain took place when asked, following a others had departed.The vestigator in the state attorney's office the budgeting process, 23, to
the Youth Perceiver Inter public hearing Monday, Nov. 23, complaint further states that as a result of the complaint. September. They said the
view which will be given to all about an alleged meeting held by Scott and Bennett directed Robinsonto Although no charges have been filed provides for each city .
ninth grade students. More infor- them in violation of the Sunshine increase council members pay by by the state's attorney at this receive a 5 percent raise story
mation will be sent home with your Law, to raise council salaries. $50 per month each, and as a result time, the investigation continues, each council member to .

child.Pecan Auction...

A pecan auction is set next Dupont
Thursday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. at the
State Farmers Market on US-301
north in Starke. To Add

Weigh-in for pecans will run from ..
8 a.m. until noon. Nuts should be In :
good quality bags (plastic garbage I ICS
bags not allowed). Pecans should tt >h To
be separated by variety for better I

prices. ...
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Expansion of the DuPont spiral
1938 Class Reunion.
.. I pany's heavy minerals the
An organizational meeting for a operation northward along ore
reunion of the Bradford High Classof Ridge with construction of a new Max-
1938 is set at noon Dec. 14 in the > million plant at Maxville was
Western Steer Steak House. : nounced yesterday by Donald for
For information, call Lillian Luebke, manager of the and
Stump, 964-7608. 40-year-old Florida Plant east
.- 't: -! Starke and Lawtey.Construction by rail

Soup Labels... work at the new in
bordering the west side of U.S. the
Got any soup labels? between Highland and Maxville ,
Students at Southside Elementary 4 'J i i fly, r start in late 1988 with a target !
want labels from any of Camp- 1991 to start production, subject .,
heWs family of food products for change based on the needs of
Campbell's Labels for Education t w if company. state,
Program. The kids will exchangethe DuPont projects that mining agen-
labels for free equipment such f continue for approximately 25 to
as audio visual, educational kits, years at the new site, consisting ,
reference materials, and science 7,200 acres of mostly wooded -
kits, and more. Y purchased in 1985 from N.L.
Labels eligible include the red -- - dustries (formerly National two

and white Campbell's products, BUS band member are very proud they finally won a large ChanJa Corp.) and lying partially in Trail
Prego Sauce, v-8 juices, Franco- trophy IB competition with much larger choob! in Moultrie. Padgett Dale c.Kent FDly w.Kim Burch, ford, Baker Clay and Duval 19
American products RECIPE dog Ca.ShowB with the trophies won la 1987 competition Kenneth Owen*.Andy Frey.At bottom-RoaaI,.Taylor ties. National Lead acquired the Blue
food products Pepperidge Farm arc Marshall mAlbritton.Michelle Hendrix. in the mid-1970s but delayed, in the
band member:Top row(I-r) -Sharri Ba**,ICcriB BUnleniliip,. The
products UPC symbol Vlasic finally abandoned plans
pickle lids, Swanson products (the development due to economic miles
front panel from canned foods and -'''''' R.' r... = 'TY"J: l C-- -=' siderations. The property was 230
Proof of Purchase Seal from frozen purchased by DuPont for for 40
foods), Mrs. Paul's products million.
(Quality Pledge Panel). 11 DuPont currently has
'- ,Please save theae label and send JTU imately 275 emplo ees' ants in :
or bring them to SS Ele. Ridge and Highlands Plants. will
DuPont employment in the area the
Upcoming... remain virtually the same after
Maxville plant is added in view Trail
Public meetings scheduled in the the phasing out or possible are
coming weeks are: solidation of the two present of
Starke City Commission: Tuesday IIII The mining operation will start
Dec. 1,7:30: p.m., City hall. T1j the southeast corner of Baker
Bradford County Commission: ty near Its border line with
Monday, Dec. 7, 9:30: a.m., Cour 5- S ford and Clay. A new dredge and
thouse. mill will be constructed at the DRI
Brooker City Commission: Tues- 11 ir vile site, similar to those now net
day. Dec. 8,7:30 p.m., City Hall. operation at Trail Ridge 2A I
Hampton City Commission: I
Tuesday, Dec. 8,7 p.m., City Hall. i;

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Holiday Closings... .Il! : r 1 4

Most Starke stores, including '
shortened hours for fast-food zr [ 1
restaurants, will be closed Performance. j
Top ..
Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, Nov.
26). The BUS band a superior
Only the convenience stores will rating, highest possible at BAKER Ca _
be open regular hours. A regular Y.'x... UF this past Saturday.At BRADFORD CO. cese
store remaining open will be the
Eckerd Drugs will be open 10 left: majorette Aimee :
a.m. to 7 p.m. Ferguson.
Burger King will be open 7 a.m. .
to 11 p.m. Above Robert I : :
: Boone
Bradford Family Restaurant will I
be open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. plays tenor sax.
McDonald's will be open 6 a.m. to S : SITE:
3 p.m. At right: Jass dancer .544 SI
>Stores closed Thanksgiving Day I Renee McCarthy. :
include Winn-Dixie Roy's Grocery, I t
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City Fish &: Meat, Hardee's, -
Western Steer Steak House,
Sonny's, the banks and Post Office. BHS :
Band Earns Possible
Thursday And school and is Friday.out Wednesday, Marching Highest I 4I I

Ratings: for 20th Consecutive Year ,

Sen. flollingsworth
1 VI um AMI consecutive year the fourth year at BUS for current band 1.1 points': It was a big day for the .
To Visit Here Bradford High School Marching director Buddy Ball who has con- BUS band, which has competed In
Senator Wayne H011ln'gsw rth, Band, the Spirit of Bradford, earned tinued the tradition. many competitions. winning the .,..
"It good just behind the much larger ,
straight was a
superior ratings. very
D-Lake City, has set a visit to Brad- bands .
for Monday Nov. 30, The latest competition was a performance: says Director Ball. only to disappointedly watch
from County 10:30: a.m. to noon in,the cour straight superior performance the *And, I'm Just very pleased with the the larger bands take home the big RT 10 .+
highest rating possible at the an- band this year. We ve met all our
thouse.. Members
Sen. Hollmgswoth who represents nual Florida High School Band- goals." of the BUS band are: P1STARKE
District 5 including Bradford County masters Association Marching Next performance: for the Spirit of Director: Charles "Buddy" Ball.
will be visiting the district to Festival at UF's Florida Field last Bradford will be in the Dec. 5 Assistant Director: Jimmy ,
dlicuss and assist individuals, Saturday Nov. 21. Christmas Parade in downtown Brownie
organizations and county govern-. The 20 years of straight superior Starke. Drum Major: Kern Fillyaw.
ments with their problems on the bandmasters began under former The previous Saturday Nov. 14, Majorettes: Rosalyn Taylor captain +
level. Dean Cassels and the Spirit of Bradford brought homea ; Allison Archey Aimee I 4 MC
state government
Mike Woodfin. Cassels is a Starke 3, ,-foot high trophy for placing second Ferguson, Renee Hewett. Angy Mc- .
resident who now directs the Union in the final of the Silver DIvi- Chesney. Beth McKinney, Noy Sriv-
High Band. Woodfin, who still lives sion of the Sunbelt Championship bul. Sheila Stewart. Map indicating Duponts
here, is band director at Columbia marching competition in Moultrie
High School---- -Lake- City..This is the__ _Georgia missing first place by only _,..- -- ,-- See Band.Of PIp 2A current operation sites

Orange: Street Rezoning: Issue Goes I

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by Buster RahnBT The petition filed without benefit gins in his request to rezone 3 adjacent the land use plan since: the pro
Staff Writer of an attorney names the City of tots from R1A to B3. and Huggins properties _
Three Starke residents have filed Starke and Starke City Commissioners exceed three acres. to
'. Petition for Declaratory Relief as defendents. although the In preparing the petition, the and
with Clerk of the Court Gib. Brown commissioners are not named as In- group cited several objections say The petitioners state that commissioner to
asking the court to set aside a decision dividuals.The ing the commissioners were Jimmy Crosby had side
by the city commission to negligent In their failure to make MI tendered his resignation prior J
rezone property along the west side three disgruntled residents' on-site Inspection of the parcels and voting on the Issue, and was not Op .
of Orange St., between Call St. and object to the city commissioners take in consideration the Impact of resident of Starke at the time .
Lafayette St.. overriding the recommendations of retail shops on the neighborhood.The vote was taken.
A time The petitioners live'lust west of the city zoning board, who had twice petition furtfter states that the on
Orange St.; Leland A. slack Jr. and turned down Belco Enterprise Inc. commissioners were following out. Finally the petition alleges its
thanks Georgia Roush, live on Gardner St.; request to rezone the 3.34 acre strip dated guidelines, which were the city commissioners overrode ap-
to give Jesse Sanburg lives on W. LafayetteSt. from RIA and RP to B3. The same superseded in 1965 and failed to city zoning board, who had city
4 board also turned down George Hug. comply with requirements to amend twice,7-0 and M, to deny the :

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TELEGRAPH_ November 26, 1981r1iTFJ

t I Band
from, .pace- 1A
April Dicandio, Scott Duncan Andy Camels, Paul Coleman, Scott Durban
Jazz Dancers: Wanda Mueller, Goodowns, Lisa Green, Michelle Karen Hodges, John Leper
captain; Sheila Tew co-captain; Hendrix Joel Jacobson Kim 'Timmy McBride, Jason Morin,Jimmy -
.j I Krlsti Ball, Erica Banks Renee Mc- Johnson Angela Joiner Kim Lee, 'Quiette, Tracy Sistrunk, LorT I
Carthy, Lilly Burgess, Angela For- Danny Manz Mike McElroy Starling Billy Starling, Billy i
syth, Samantha Jones
Amy Noegel, Melissa Mikell, ZelloulseMongtomcry Stephens, Steven Thronton, Tim I
Donna Padgett, Tashina Vanzant, Karen Morgan, Jenca Weir, Ron Wishart.
Shannon Wolfe.Woodwinds. Neal, Rebecca Nugent, Kenneth Percussion: Carmen Barber,
: Leslie Banks, Owens, Chanda Padgett, Kristen
Shares! Bass, Micki Becker, Kevin
ITh' Christina Bath, Robert Boone, Pfenniger, Melinda Powell, Danika Blakenship, Kenneth Clark, Angela
Debra Browning, Sharon Bush, Richardson, Michelle Sapp. Davis,Jennifer Dodge,John Framp-
Celeste Carter Cynthia Cox, Jen- Brass: Marshall Albritton, Karen ton, Andy Frey, Danielle Smith,
nifer Crawford, Inga Crum Cor- Black, Kevin Boone, Kim Burch, James Smith, Mike Stoneman, Nancy -
y A ; ethea. Daniels!. Barbara Deiestre, Brian CanQva, Joel Caren. Dale Wilson
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Supporting American Education Week... ( S.LNLI

When the Bradford and Union County chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma,an International organization of TiBsnoa
educator: ,Invited schools In the district to participate: In American: Education Week students parent volunteer*and
faculty: member*at Brooher Elementary School with and ,
responded a special ceremony made quilted wall hanguwIn
honor of the occasion.:

The "Wo the People' wall banging contain: the.lgnature*of over 150 students and adult who support excellence la = ichenleq
education: Brooke Elementary.Other .
activities: Included: a'...... white and blue day for the students,a patriotic"Sing hi*and a recitation: of thepreamble 80 PROOF
of the constitution.Parent were Invited to lunch. fagratn's = VODKA1.7ss.A5
Shawn shove Alpha Nu President and Brooker faculty member Call Cook and member of her second: grade. claw r =

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Dupontfrom : 1 Q59 .
Prior to World War II, DuPont obtained V.'tea
page lA most of its ilmenite from Gospel Sing Set l
impact on the state's economy during beach deposits in Travancore a At Gr. Allen ChapelThere _
tKeIife of the project, after con-0 small country on the southwest tip of
struction of the Maxville plant, will India. But disputes with that countryover will be a gospel singing at
be $706 million in the North Central price and its primitive by-hand Greater Allen Chapel during the
and Northeast Flonda regions, and'in methods of mining the beach sands month of December.The .
excess of one billion dollars in the convinced DuPont of the need to find schedule is: 4-
State as a whole. These figures in- a domestic source of the mineral. Saturday, Dec. 5, 7 pm., The
clude payroll and taxes, as well as Singing Wonders of Jacksonville.
equipment, utilities, and other sup Geologists Find DepositThe Saturday, Dec. 12, 7 p.m.. The -- BACARDI '
services. The figures also existence of ilmenite had long Southernaires of Brunswick,
Include spin-off employment of been known to Florida State Georgia. 't PUERTO RICAN i a
workers in businesses generated by Geologists who reported finding it in Saturday, Dec. 19, 7 p.m. the I __ i
the DuPont beach sands and also along the Heavenly Gates of Jacksonville. rum AMBER "
was projected that 21,500 shores of lakes on Trail Ridge, including Admission is free.Homecoming. BACA 1)l
person-years of employment will be Lake Geneva at Keystone "S,LITER*. SILVER AP
created during the 27-year life extension Heights and Kingsley Lake east of ...
of the DuPont operation here Starke. However the deposits were The annual homecomingbanquetis 12 9
due to the MaxviUe addition. At present not considered commercially feasible set the fourth Sunday, Dec. 27. oAl 0
75 percent of DuPont to mine. The U.S. Bureau of Homecoming services will beginat
employees come from Bradford Mines had been given a $10,000 ap- 11 a.m."There's.
County and 55 percent from Starke.Of propriation for exploring titanium
the 7,200 acres purchased by sands along the sites of ancient
DuPont, 1,484 are in Bradford Coun- beaches and dunes in Florida. Dr.
ty, 2.642 in Baker, 2,508 in Clay, and Herman Gunter, State Geologist at
608 in Duval.As that time, recommended exploration -
part of the DRI process, the of deposits of heavy minerals in nothing wrong
area will be surveyed to determinethe Trail Ridge. Following this suggeSt with myhearing '5t -
population, if any, of threatenedand tion, the Bureau of Mines' geologists 1 I B
endangered species of wildlife. began drilling operations along IMV6R.JfQUSfi.

roads from.,a point Just ,porch ,pf
Highland Blue Pond, south of Heard ,that'one before? ,
,.. History of DepositsThe Kingsley Lake.They detected heavy i
h ; concentrations in to ,
an area 3,000
heavy minerals now being 8,000 feet wide extending about 19 You probably have. First of all.
mined here are not native to Florida, miles along the Ridge with the it takes people a long time to 1.75
but were washed down by rivers and western limit following approximately realize they have a problem. It LITER
streams from eroded rocks in the the Clay-Bradford County happens gradually.Then they '
Appalachian Plateau in North line. think they can compensate for JOnD 11
Georgia and the Carolinas, and It. You know the signs...the loud i
deposited in the sea. At that coveredwith time Early OperationDuPont television the cupped ear and. JVERT ft r%
most of Florida was still
contracted with Hum .1
oh the "What'dyou
,water, but the highelevationlands phreys Gold Corporation for opcratioan yes. unending
of Trail Ridge were starting to of the mine during its first ten say? 1 +a0 rNICHELO
rise from the sea as water levels years. Humphreys had developed a It's difficult to live with a 1
receded due to the formation of huge technique for using a spiral systemin hearing loss. Whether it's yoursor e
glaciers at the poles during the ice mining low grade gold gravel in a loved ones. You don't haveto.
age. Over thousands of years, the the west. It was believed that the Most hearing losses can be
minerals in the ocean were same system could be applied to the helped.
deposited by wind and wave actionin low grade minerals ore to be mined Come byMITCHELL'S '4
the sands of Trail Ridge which by DuPont-only four percent of the
Florida's first beaches. These
were sand dredged up is minerals- 4
minerals are now found extending rest is quartz sand,which is pumped Tuesday, Dse.
downward to a depth of from 20 to 70 back as fill behind the dredge. In FRER HEARING TESTS MICHELOB
feet. Ore at the new Maxville mine, running the slurry through the 9-.3O 1:00or
however rarely extends below 50 spirals the heavy ilmenite is moved schedule an appointment at REGULAR LIGHT, .
feet.After by gravity to the inside of the spiral, our office In Gainesville tat a FREE AND DARK
the dredged-up ore has been separating it from the lighter sands hearing test for someone you love.
separated, the coal black ilmenite is thrown to the outer edge.In Youll fed better! about It.Bedonee. 6-PAK 12
oxidized at the company's pigment 1958, DuPont assumed operation oz. LE BLAN1
plants in a process that converts it of the mines, according to con O99 N.R. BTLS.
into the whitest paint pigment tract.
known for use in high grade paints.It For ,DuPont has beena
many years
is also used in production of fine recognized leader in the field of environmental 1905 NW 13th St.
papers, printing materials.Inks plastics, and affairs, locally, nationally GAINESVILLE FL 4_ +

some The building DuPont plants here are the and even internationally.The CALL 373-5507 FOR APP?.
policy is to comply
largest producers of zircon in the with company both the letter and the spirit of .-_._._-- -
sand U.S. providing the round-grained foundries to all regulations applicable to opera
used In
primarily tion of its plant sites. At the Florida
produce smooth molds for iron and Plant, good techniques for land
steel castings. Staurolite, another reclamation and water managementwere
by-product, is an abrasive mineral developed and practiced even It
metal I ii'1
faces.used for blast-cleaning sur before requirements.the state enacted mandatory- (


cars 063-700 i.
N.w Construction: V4 mil. of paw ftlbU hed evety Thursday a 4k' BH
ing In city limits of ho Town of 135 W/Cdll Street Starke.,

Brookor. Florida 32091 Two tender fish fillets french Two tender fish fillets french _- Bg
If Interested In blddfnfl or to viewsit. Ca tain
call Town of Broker Clerk Starke.Second Florida class postage and addltloAal paid at fries, and two hush puppies. P jf Dt. | fries and two hush puppies. 511)KilHjX tain Bg

Cheryl Cox on Monday, Friday or cite S IM1yl1oe7: tlrgoa/wMry..r 05weelaie.r.. : NotpoWMN nyoew
Saturday betw..n 9:00: a.m. and mailing office spowaroi. _(C"tMpiiingc CIIJI,D'a.1 A great little seafood place.. .p_a 4taMai'psrk( *....caps ae) A great little seafood place.. BBi
noon or call Mayor Blak. Hamilton :rkPoetrnarfter:: Send address '
phon. 403-1397 anytl..... "changes to: Bradford County 1 .I B B B B CUP THIS COUPON B B B B B B B B CUP THIS COUPON B B B B
Th. Town of Brookor will moll a 0" telegraph. P.O. Drawer ,
(I,copy of specifications upon roquost. ,I Starke. FL 32091 FISH & FRIES $2.00 / FISH & FRIES $2.00 B
Bids will be uccoptod: until Monday "
Dee.7. .t: .Subscriptions WitegiIn e Two tender fish fillets trench TWo tender fish fillets french .
Th. Town of Brookor reserves the I trade area: 12.0Opttfyesr fries and two hush Ca tain fries and two hush JJeS
I i right to reject any and all bid. $7.OO six montfi80ut8tde puppies. ciOLcilH JL9d B puppies. J33tSlU. >> HOffw
nits ttivn1 I area:: taoo per yet 011..upINa llIt0/81.: NM good.Mi arty otter ..*..tanamr. twaood Misiiy odIof
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u., ... $7.5Osficmont io. I """*'or"C"p lk lhg Opt PS.) great : place.. I .,...,....,,-C..CIIJID'a.1( great plnCf*.


We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call +i. OR FEED MORE WITH


from customers.9 a.m. until 1:30: p.m. to better. serve our I.: HOLIDAY FAMILY PACKS :

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1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville & slaw and 6 hush puppies SMVSM or more THMCT
; II 6 Captain MCa Include 1 Kit ftl......ranch Mss cole Mow and .
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November 28,1987 TELEGRAPH Fags 3"

National Farm-City Week Being Observedby

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Buster Rahn row crops and have turned to other duction and cutting nay. jority of the crop. Gaskins credits improvement in Bureau Poultry Committee.
BCT Staff Writer ventures. Gasklns said the production Bradford County, whose motto, Farming, like other industries, feeds, genetics and better housing Shirley Joiner Gaskins was
The week preceeding Thanksgiving of poultry and tree farming. are "The sweetest strawberries this side continues to chan e and Gaskins facilities for the advances in poultry. recently elected chairperson of the
Nov.19-26, has been proclaimed the most promising avenues to explore of heaven,"once grew more than 300 remarked that, 'farmers must Farm Bureau District Woman's
Farm-City Week, both on the national by people interested in the Independent acres of the delicious fruit each change with the times, or be left Farm Bureau... Auxiliary, encompassing nine nor-
level and by the state.It life offered in farming,in year, now grows only ten percent of behind." and Gaskins theast Florida Counties, and is active -
Is no coincidence that the week Bradford County. Its former production. Gaskins cited the change in Jimmy Shirley are In supporting the Shands Kidney
active in the Farm organization -
Bradford is Foundation, raising funds.
comes during the Thanksgivingseason Gasklns knows from experience, Gaskins says County in the
production 20
poultry past ,at all levels,local,state and na-
and Gaskins at-
in Jimmy Shirley
since giving thanks for a having been one of the largest poorly located to compete today'sstrawberry years. In the mid-608, It required 83 tional.
bountiful, harvest began the strawberry producers in the countya market, with PlantCity's days to produce a 3.5-4 lb. broiler. tended the Farm Bureau meetingOct.
is serving his 6th as
Jimmy year .
with 31 to Nov. 3 In Orlando accom-
Thanksgiving tradition by the few years ago, now does not grow berries overlapping Today,the same size bird is produced president of the Bradford County Jackson.
Tom and Valarie
Carolina'sseason. panied by
berries.He collards Louisanna and North
Pilgrams.The any no longer grows in 42-45 days, using less feed.
Gaskins is a member of the
Mrs. Jackson Is the local Farm
berries currently
and other The few
vegetables, but
celebration of Farm-City now Feed conversion has been reduced Farm Bureau State Board of Direc-
Week is! an event of long standing, confines his operation to poultry proHonored. -. grown locally are marketed through'Upick" from 2.15 in 1904, to 1.85 today, tors, a member of the National Bureau office secretary. Approximately the-
.... ........ .. ., operations, with Jackson- meaning it now takes 1.83 pounds of Farm Bureau Poultry Committeeand 600 members attended
-- .. z.-.- yule residents consuming the ma-, meeting coming from all sections of
feed to produce one pound of
poultrY chairman of the Florida Farm the state
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Mr*.Cufcln received tile award for her work In the Farm Bureau Auxiliary

and Shand Kidney Foundation. 3209)I

going back more than 40 years, according -
to former County Agent
George Huggins. The proclamationIs
signed each year by the president,
for the national observation, and by
the governor,for the state participation

Slate signed. of Gov.the Florida.Bob proclamation Martinez recently for the Let's Talk Turkey !]

In Bradford County, the Farm
Bureau is actively promoting Farm-
City Week.In .
promoting Farm-City Week, .
George Huggins and Jimmy
Gaskins, president of Bradford
County Farm Bureau, provide some

interesting agriculture information, with emphasis concerning on Motors Talk About This

Florida's contribution to feeding the :- : .

Nation Y >' \\f .. .. .
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AgrIculture Best
industry, with more than 22 million
people employed in some phase of 1988 Special
the Industry, and assets exceeding a
trillion dollars. One of every five
jobs in industry is dependent on
agriculture.In With Down
the past 50 years, the number of Nothing
farmers has declined 71 percent,but
improved technology has enabled
fewer farmers to continue making
Americans the best fed people in the And No Payments
world, at prices well below food .. ,.. I
costs in other nations.

family American operated farms, even continue though to some be Until March 1988F150

families have incorporated. Less 1. ...
than 3 percent of all farms are own- iT-:
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ed ownership by! corporations, regardless of ,

farm Florida products farmers in the produce northern general section *

of the state, citrus products in $

central vegetables Florida in the southern, and winter region. Power Steering, Air, Step 1 0 2 9 5

Florida farmers enjoyed sales exceeding -
4 billion dollars in 1986. Bumper 5-Speed

Changes really began in the earlyto Drive Out
mid- 50S, when farm families
began to look to Jobs outside the industry
for additional income, but
continued to farm, essentially full
tihie. Thanksgiving Cash Back ]
As the job market Improved in
Bradford and surrounding counties
farmers cut back in acreage, andmany .
phased out all row-cropping 4g a
F-250 F-350
activities. Although many families A F-150, ,
continue to live in rural settings 87 or'88sEscorts
their farming is confined to running \\thr (Manual Transmission)
livestock and tree farming. Food
and baste needs are no longer pro- $400 Bronco II 4x2 4x4
duced on the farm, but come from ,

urban New retailers River County, from which Taurus $600 Ranger 4x2, 4x4
Bradford and Union Counties was
formed, once produced cotton, the T-Bird
"money-ln-the-bank"crop,until boll $ CashBack
weevils swept through the south In 500
the years 1919-21, destroying "King
Cotton," and the southern farm

economy.In .
this area, farmers turned to
vegetable crops, potatoes,
cucumbers, squash and string' O 1 -
beans, and sweet corn being the TO ALL OURCUSTOMERS
staple money-makers. In the ,
mtd-20e, local farmers began plan- p
ting flue-cured cigarette tobacco,
which became the staple money
maker in the farm economy. Brad-
ford County farmers are on the I
southern boundary of tobacco Use Ford Cash as Down Payment W/Approved Credit
grower, with little tobacco grown -" .
south of Gainesville.
Farmers in the Brooker area of

Bradford County produced both .
In the ---- -- ......
tobacco and vegetble crops. .
thirties and forties Brooker was a -
beehive of activity throughout the
spring and summer, gathering and Terwillefiar Motors
pippinS vegetable in April-June, .
gathering and curing and telling)
tobacco in June to August.Hogs and I
fields to fat-'
cows were turned In the
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market when the feed was oxhauated. -
Starke Keystone Hgts
Each farm family filled thei I 20*W. MadIson' Gainesville < State Road 21 I
smoke-house with pork In the winter
month to provide bacon, hams and
other good pork meats for the coming -
Today year. because of a number of
factors,local farmers have given up I

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November 26.19117
Page 4A

Typewriter versus Computer. with apologies to Lewis GrizzardIt

In his new book columnist Lewis Griz-

doesn't talk back to you. zard (that's Grl-ZARD-GRIZZ-ard as
in lizard) says a recent study shows 25 per
cent of the U.S. population suffering froma
mysterious malady known as computer
anxiety syndrome.

In layman's language Grizzard explains
this means simply that 25 percentof
Americans get the urge to throw up
every time they hear about or are con
ttltl fronted with one of those malevolent

monsters called computers.The .
study attributed computer phobia to '
a number of things,including fear that this 4 IftI
C. .y awesome enemy might wind up taking the ..
would-be operator's job, or that the wrong
key might be punched and blow the darn
.'sss vota -
thing up.Grizzard.

admits being a victim of com- C
-.. puter syndrome and therefore does his
writing on a 1959 manual typewriter. "It
won't do anything but type words on a
sheet of blank paper, but quite frankly
.. that's all I need it to do," he says.

Bravo! Mr. Grizzard. Join the club. We
also do all our writing on an old Remington
upright which has served us well for the
etITOKJALS? past half centuryperhaps longer. Like an
aging man who gradually loses his hair, nO
letters on the keys have worn dim- or entirely
8Kennedy's offover the years. But blank keys It gives you the screaming meemiesAnd
are no concern to anyone using the "touch
system",which fortunately we do. Several
keys have come off their stems entirely just try to teach it any better. Grizzard fails to mention the embarrass

Assassination from time to time, but with the aid of a lit Another thing that irks Grizzard is the ment caused to non-hightechers when a
tle Elmer's Glue-all, they're quickly backin fact that when he went to register as a group of computer buffs get together and
place. It beats having to have a high- freshman in college they handed him a start speaking in their own private lingo.
tech expert fly down from Atlanta or card for each class with the formidable The words are sometimes familiar but in
Dimmed Thanksgiving 1963 Chicago every time a computer coughs up warning: DO NOT BEND, FOLD, computerland they may have an entirely
the wrong stuff. STAPLE SPINDLE OR MUTILATE." different meaning. For instance, we

As related in his book well-meaning Grizzard he maintained a constant always thought of hardware as anything
November 22 marked the worthwhile. In solving the problemshe says from a screwdriver to an electric
Sunday, "with word ranging
friends tell Grizzard a processor vigil over his cards for fear of a fate worse
24th anniversary of the death of one of faced, from racial unrest to the you can store information edit your than death... but a fellow student got bandsawand software meant those red
the nation's most remarkable and Cuban Missile Crisis, he looked not copy right there on the screen and blah strawberry jam on his." We never were flannel longjohns men used to wear under in
their clothes in winter. But no more. Not
best loved presidentsJohn F. Ken- only to policy choices for solutions: blah, blah." To which he replies "Yeah quite certain what happened to him but .
nedy. In this year of 1987 that an- but to the people entrusted with car- and 1 could" faint and break out in a painful rumor circulated that he was taken to a va- computerland.If
rash too. cant warehouse and flogged with ever we had any faith in computers it
niversary came just four days before rying out the nation's will. "
Not only that but when it comes to word blackboard erasers the columnist says. was lost forever upon receiving a mailout
November 26 the that
Thursday, day division at the end of a line a computer is You have our sympathy, Mr. Grizzard. recently from a local firm addressed to the
Americans from coast to coast will be
just plain ignorant. Any grammar teacher How's about getting together sometimeand Historical Board of Trustees. The saluta-
observing Thanksgiving Day. will tell you it "ain't proper" to divide a having an old-fashioned computer tion started:

The memory of John Kennedy will one-syllable word. But try telling that to a card-shredding party? Or better still, "Dear Mr. Historical:"
It right on, with gay aban- around for
computer. goes "start looking something or
That did it. Never will we trust a
still be the minds of again
on many, don, with such horrible divisions as th-e, somebody to bend, staple spindle or I
a quarter of a century has bu-t or even a two-letter word such as i-t. mutilate", as you suggest. computer
passel since that unforgettable

tragedy in Dallas, Texas.It .

was a day that shattered the
hopes of Americans who elected a County Agent's Notebook ey Bobby Taylor,

young man to the White Housea

man with youth, energy, imagination,
sincerity, charisma, and with it all, a Pecans are quite popular in this part of Time for Pecans know and trust, you're better off buyingthe
home This
Florida even in landscapes. is
of humor.It more expensive pecans.
great sense
the time of year when pecans are ready to This is because cheaper pecans usually
was John Kennedy's administration harvest so we have lots of questions from (drop and lay on the ground for any lengthof have smaller kernels and you get less to

that brought us: ------ -- homeowners who want to know exactly time. eat from each nut. If you buy a pound of
when to pick pecans to get the highest After you harvest, let the pecans dry out pecans you can expect about two-
*The Peace Corps; John F. Kennedy quality. Obviously you don't want to for a week or ten days. Then refrigerate. thirds of the weight to be in shells and
The Alliance for Progress to pro- harvest t when the pecans are still green The quality of the pecan kernels is highest packaging and only one-third will actuallybe
mote economic development and Because of these accomplishments, but if you wait too long you'll wind up right after harvesting and it goes down edible, In contrast, most of the better,
social reform in Latin America; and many others, President Ken- sharing your crop with birds squirrels and fast if the nuts are stored at room more expensive pecans will give you at
other unwelcome guests. temperature. On the other hand;pecans in least fifty percent edible portion. You can
*An economic' package for nedy's death takes on special meaning : -
Fortunately, it's fairly easy to tell whenthl' the shell can be stored in the refrigeratorfor see that most of the time in terms of what
Americans, expanding federal hous- at this season of Thanksgiving. He pecans are ready to pick. There are up to a year without much quality loss. you can actually use,cheaper pecans wind
ing, raising minimum wages, and spoke of an American ideal of serviceto two ways to tell when it's time to harvest For even longer storage, shell the pecans up costing more than the higher quality
broadening welfare assistance where one's country that still nurtures pecans. Usually you can judge by the and freeze them in air-tight jars. At zero varieties.
needed for the poverty-stricken; millions of Americans in public ser- husks. When they begin to open, most of degrees fahrenheit, pecans will last for
the pecans should be mature. You can pull two or three years.
it A reduction in tariffs to stimulate vice as well as private business. As he them down or knock them out of the tree Of course the only way you can enjoy a LettersAlex-

international trade; put it, "We need to draw upon with a pole. Even the husks that are still homemade pecan pie if you haven't grown
*A nuclear test-ban treaty with the America's entire reservoir of talent green should be easy to remove. You can your own pecans is to go out and buy some. Alex Tells
Soviet Union. and skill to help conduct our nation's also wait for some of the nuts to fall to the Unless you buy them already shelled (probably Incredible
ground. This way you know for sure that the most expensive way to buy Story
And these were only a few of this most important" businessthe the husks are open and you can easily them), it's hard to be sure you're getting Of NicaraguaTo
President's achievements.JFK public's business. knock down the rest of the pecans with a your money's worth. As a general rule if
pole. Whatever you do, don't let pecans you're buying from a store or market you The Editor:
showed strong leadership in Thomas Brown, who served from

both domestic and foreign affairs. It 1849 to 1853, was the first Florida Last Sunday our church incredible had the opportunity of
to hear the story
was Russia's Premier Nikita governor to proclaim a Thanksgiving Starke's Alex Salazar. He told of the
Khrushchev who backed down from Day observance for the State, in Forestry in Bradford County persecution and execution of some of his

the Cuban Missile Crisisnot Ken- 1850just five years after it closest friends and family in Daniel

nedy. mitted to the Union in 1845. He called and Trees By David W.Norton Ortega's Communist Nicaragua.As .

This President often on "the good people of this State" to Lightning Bradford County Forester a member of the Navy Reserve and
youthful suspend their usual avocations, one who is dedicated to God, family and
stressed that the quality of govern- 1 found his to be both in-
country story
assemble at their respective places of
With Florida the leading state in the nation purposes and no endorsement or criticismwas
ment of nation tied to and
our is directly
spirational stirnng.
worship and humbly acknowledge the in percentage of lightning strikes per intended or implied of similar products
the capabilities and dedication of blessings of the closing year. year, tree-owners are becoming more and not mentioned. When recommendations For years I have been passing through
those who serve it. He believed that a more concerned about damage to their on the label or the product you purchased your splendid community and couldn't
career of government service is one The heritage left by the leadershipof favorite shade treesand especially pines are different from those given in help but admire Starke's patriotic

of the foundations of democracy... John F. Kennedy is one of the bless- which are quickly attacked by insects this article, the label directions are to be character in which Alex Salazar is another
that it must be strong, it must have ings that we today can add to the after a lightning strike, and are soon kill taken as the correct method of safely using example. I have followed closely your bat-
ed. that particular product."Let tle with the ACLU and other national
many others we are grateful for on
and and there mustbe
honesty prestige, liberal who
organizations are using your
this Thanksgiving Day, 1987. When lightning hits a tree especially a
sufficient remuneration to make it it "water tower" as a battlefield for their
takes obvious
pine normally a very stripof
Godless agendas. have admired
bark out on one side of the tree. Many
Sometimes the strike will only travel part your continued courage.I .

Dupont Announcement way down the outer bark of the tree causing was so amazed with the unique
this crack to be apparent for only a character and strength of the people in
short distance. Our suggestion is that you i your community that I studied your
stand at the base of the tree and look into it history at the state archives in Tallahasseeand
Welcome News for This AreaGood from all sides. If lightning has hit the tree, found that your patriotism
you'll see that telltale yellow brown color togetherness and love of family is rooted
where bark has come off. With oaks and deeply in the past. From your hero's
news that the DuPont Comp- DuPont data, prepared for its DRI other hardwood trees this might not be as homecoming of General Wainwright after

nay will be around for another 25 (an impact study) application, project apparent as it is on the pine. WWII to your present day support of the

years or so is reason to be especially that, with the Maxville mine, the personnel of Camp Blanding and other
What to do Oaks commonly recover a men in uniform you have much to be proud
thankful this Season of Florida's
Thanksgiving total impact on economy from lightning strikes while it i is our experience of.I .
1987. during the next two decades will be in that pines rarely do. Normally it

This week's announcement of a new excess of $1 billion. Seventy percentof is wood boring insects which are attractedto us beThankful" credible encourage story your often citizens censored to hear the the in-
million constructed this, some $706 million, will go into weakened trees that do in the pine. If by
$40 plant to be on basic steps are taken to fend against those, liberal media, of yet another of Starke'strue
Trail Ridge in the Maxville/Highland the two regions affected by the the tree might have a chance. patriots. You can reach Alex at D & S
area is welcome news to those operationNorth Central Florida and Motprs on North Temple St., Starke.

presently employed with DuPont, and Northeast Florida. These figures in- Among the spray materials to use, we Russ Bubb,Gainesville
future workers who will be employedin clude payrolls and taxes, as well as would include Lindane, Thiogard 3, and

the next two decades.DuPont's equipment, utilities, and other sup- Dursban (if it's a brand that has a label
plies and services. telling you how to spray trees.) Among
original Trail Ridge those three the Lindane is probably the
Plant east of Starke. has been During the past four decades Du- most hazardous to use so if you choose it be John J Crews, 19211987It

operating 40 yearsfar exceeding Pont has adhered to its policy of beinga sure to wear a chemical respirator and

original projections of the companyas "good neighbor" in the areas in keep from getting the spray on you. Spray 4iss been laid that the Sib Judicial Circuit, Before becoming a 'Judge, Crews represented
to the time necessary to mine out which it operates. Its Conceptual from the ground to as high in the tree as which Includes Alacbua County has been blessed Baker County In the Florida House for 14 Jean
you can ,covering the trunk area.Do
the heavy minerals in this area. The Reclamation Plan sets forth the this again next month and then in March of with more than Its share of good,fair and Impartial where be was praised for being one of the most ef-
for Judges. If that's true, part of the reason for that Is fectlve: legislators the state.Of particular Interest
overall design
Highlands Plant, east of Lawtey, has general reclaimingand next year if the tree Is still living, repeatthe
that( John J Crews was a'Judge here. to Alachua County residents,he also was a c epon-
been in operation 32 yearssince restoring land that has been min- spray. If you can get the tree throughthis
sot of the bill creating the first medical center at the
1955. ed. The company has already winter it has a good chance of Crews,wbOllenoed as a circuit Judge for 18 yean, university of Florida '.
reclaimed several thousand acres at recovering. Fertilizing the tree by placing has been praised as one of the best prepared,most
The economic of fertilizer In holes around tree
these two the
impact its Highland and Trail Ridge sites by also might thorough and most dedicated Judges to serve on the Crews served his community,his state and his na-
help it. You will know
operations on the area's economy the expensive and tedious task of efforts have strengthen failed if two-thirds of your the bencb.-Judge Crews was one of the finest lawyers, Uon In many ways,too many to mention here.That
since 1948, when the first plant was finest 'judges and one of the best constitutional service continued even after he retired from the
opened can hardly be overestimated. removing top soil from the areas to be scholar 1 have ever known,said Judge Theroa A. bench In December, prompting one courthouse
mined and then replacing it later in needles have browned in the next 6-12 Yawn last week. worker to comment that Crews worked. bard In
All of the original employees have weeks if of the bark have
order or large portions
to make reforestation possible. reUrement.e M a full-time''ud.
long since retired and are benefitting continued to come off. At that time you Those who bad occ-lon to work with. him or ap-
Wetlands are reclaimed
from the company's retirement by leaving a should cut the tree down before the spring pear before him in court also know: that Crews was His death.last week was a sad blow to those who
policy. The present 275 employeescan depression area which then receives comes so that you do not harbor boring not afraid to break new legal ground In me Interest knew Crews as a Jurist,as a community leader and
look forward to at least 20 more runoff and seepage from the surrounding type insects In your yard through the of'Justice.In 170, for example,a Crews ruling In a u a man.His depth of knowledge about the comma-
uplands.We winter that might leave the tree In the spring rape case resulted la the rewriting of Florida laws pity and the law will be missed
years with'the company, if they so Infesting other trees In
your governing rape to Include: women who committed
desire, rather than have DuPont welcome DuPont for another 25 neighborhood.To sexual assaults. John J Crews.was one of the best.
years (more or less) of "good simplify the information brand named :
operations here cease about the year Calneivllle Sun_ Tveact.)'. November 24.
2,000 as had been expected. neighbor" operations on historic products have been mentioned in this
Trail Ridge. article. We have done so for information

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November26,1ST TELEGRAPH Pal SA

) UMiflhIIii Upcoming Events -

-S News

; Ninth Grade Parents InvitedTo ocial

Special Meeting bee. 2

-- Weddings Births Club News .

The parents of all ninth grade hope this meeting of December 2 is Engagement, church News .Social Event
students at BHS are urged to attenda the first of many opportunities that
special meeting at 7 p.m. on parents will have to increase their
Wednesday, Dec. 2 in the BUS participation in their childT
; y 1 library. development." If there are any BHS Tutorial
The meeting is sponsored by the questions concerning the TAP program Program Registration

Teachers( ) at BHS as and Advisors will feature ProgramTAP Don please or call the the parent's high school meeting at Opens for Second Session Next WeekThe

Dickerson from Selection Research 9646092.Sponholtz's.
Inc., of Lincoln, Neb. Mr. Dickersonis
currently training fourteen BHS first session of the BHS"After teachers available for tutoring is
1 R J.rft teachers to administer and Interpretthe To Celebrate50th School and Saturday Tutorial Pro- limited students will be placed in
Youth Perceiver Interview an Anniversary gram"will be ending next week and the program on a "first come, first
instrument designed to uncover a registration for the second session M.rve basis"
i student's strongest talents. November 29 will be held on the following dates: Transportation for the program

The TAP program plans to use this The children of Leola (Norman) .Monday. November 30 and will be the responsibility of the stu-
instrument to interview all ninth and Lester M. Sponholtz will honor Tuesday December 1 dent and/or parents. No funds are
grade students and to use the data to their parents with a 50th Wedding Approximately 45 School were allowed to be spent for school bus
enrolled in the "After and service for
help students with their high school Anniversary reception on Sunday, this program.
and career planning."I November 29 at 3 Saturday Tutorial Program" during Registration will be held in the
really want to involve parents The reception p.m.will be held at the past six weeks. A majority of BUS Principal's Office from 3-4 p.m.
more in what's happening to their Riverview Baptist Church. 1939 these students earned a higher on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
grade for the second six weeks For additional
children stated Julie Miller coordinator Belvedere Street, Jacksonville. information regarding
of the Teachers as Advisors grading period in the course where the State Compensatory After
Program at BHS. "We are anxious they were tutored. School and Saturday Tutorial Program
for parents to meet with Mr.Dickerson Any BHS pupil with a"F"grade in please call Myrna Hurse at
and learn more about the Inter- Mosley-Mlnter a designated course for the SECONDsix the Bradford School Board Office,
tx view. One of our greatest goals is for To Wed Dec. 5 weeks may attend the tutorial 964-6110O.
to be program.
parents actively involved in in-
o creasing the assistance and Jill Tonga Mosley and Kenneth Students who attend the tutorial
guidance every child at BHS Eugene Mmter will be married on program for twelve hours, make up
receives on a daily basis. Kids need Saturday Dec.5 at 3 Greater work from the previous six weeks St. Marks Women
help with day to day problems in addition Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church and meet other requirements, will Discuss Value
to goal setting and career of Starke. be able to have an 'F" (for the second Of
six weeks) removed from their StoryTellingThe
planning. Jill is the daughter of Annie Bell
The TAP is a special program Mosley and Walter Brown. Friends report card. regular monthly meeting of
brought to BHS by a grant from the and relatives are invited to the wed- Since the number of tutorial the Women of St. Mark's was held
State Department of Education. ding. Wednesday, Nov. la in the Parish
Under the support of the BHS staff Wilkerson-Waters/ House.
and the coordination of Mrs. Miller To Wed December 3 Mrs. Jewelle Brown presented the
the TAP program was implementedat ServicesAt program "Teaching ThroughParables"
the beginning of the 1987 school Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt of which stressed telling a
Mr.and Mrs.Steven Carter year. The program is designed to Sampson City ChurchWe Lawtey, announce the approaching story to make a point and stimulate
provide each student with a teacher marriage of their daughter. Alma creative thinking. People seldom
.i.ii I invite to worship us
"advisor", who will remain with the you Jean to Thomas H. Waters III, son outgrow their love of storiesusing
Nov. 26 at 7:30
Thanksgiving, p.m.
student through their four years of of the late Rev. T.H. Waters and them for reflection and storing
Thomas-Carter Wed November 7 high school. The teacheradvisormeets at Sampson City Church Trail.of on Mrs. Lucille Waters of Gainesville.The values for future actions.
; C.R. 225, Deer Foot
i: with the student every day wedding will be December 3 President Marge Carlisle conducted
and is available to advise the studentin at 7:30 Phil at the home of Mr. and the business meeting.A slate
areas of academics career plann- Mrs. Prevatt on S.R. 235. of officers was selected for 19S8,
Ms. Linda B. Thomas of Matron of Honor was the bride'ssister Announcing...
Starke. All friends
Gainesville, daughter of Grace and Martha McGee. Bridesmaidwas ing and everyday personal develop-- and relatives are which included: President, Marge
ment. In addition, one of the Kristen Michelle BlakeBo invited to attend. Carlisle Vice President Mmou
Gary Buckley of Starke, and StevenR. Lisa Dawn Thomas, the bride's programs ;
Carter, son of Kay and William daughter. Both the attendants wore main goals is that of parent and Judie Blake of Lawtey an- Wainwright; Secretary, Carol
Carter, all of Starke, were marriedin royal blue gowns, acented by hair- involvement. Mrs. Miller em- nounce the birth of a daughter Baldwin; Treasurer Peggy
the Camp Blandmg Post Chapelon pieces made with small tulips. phasizes this point in saying, "We Kristen Michelle, born Oct. tt in Thomas and Program Chairman,
November 7. Flower girl was Monica Rae Orange Park. She joins one brother Jewelle Brown.
The ceremony was performed by McGee and the ring bearer was Teresa Whipp Honored Adam Thomas.
Rev. Neil Griffis. Nuptial music was Ryan Carter. With Bridal ShowerMiss Maternal grandparents are Mr.
provided by organist Dee Canova, Church decorations were arranged and Mrs. Floyd Smith of Keystone .
and soloists Kathy Green and by Kay Carter. Teresa Whipp, Dec. 4 bride- Heights. Great grandfather is
Martelle Moore. Playing guitars The bride wore an ivory colored elect of Michael Brunetti, was Thomas Baty of MiddlePort N.Y. .
were Grant Williams and Greg. satin gown covered with lace and honored on Sunday night Nov. 22 Paternal grandparents are Mr. See us forQualfylnvitations
The bride was given in marriageby pearls.She wore a lace brim hat and with a bridal shower given at the and Mrs. L. A. Blake of Grande Reception Items 4
her son, Anthony Blake Thomas. Starke Green Acres home of Mrs. Ridge, Fl. Paternal grandparentsare ,tAttenduzitaGifts *Party Dresses 0
veil.Following the late Mr. and Mrs. N. A. *Tuxedos*Mother of the Bride Hosiery
Best man was William Carter, with the wedding, a reception Joseph Cissy.
David Carter and Benny Carter serving was held at the LWCI Miss Whipp was presented with a Blake of Lawtey. 11 l'Bridal Accessories.
as ushers.Announcing.. Employees Club. red dwarf rose corsage by Mrs. Ed- *Aiinl\eraary Gillsfot
Esther Strickland greeted guestsat ward Kimutis. Autumn Paige Hutchins a
the door and kept the bride's book. Honored guests present included Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Hutchins,
Sarah Albert served punch and Joy Mrs. Charles E. Whipp, Jr., motherof Jr., of Gainesville announce the "!D'&Qm: Come CTtut !Day

... .. Hyden and Glenda Hiller served the the bride-to-be, and Mrs. Michael birth of a daughter Autumn Paige, Leila's .r '
cake.Assisting in the reception were Brunetti, groom-elect's mother. born Nov. 11 at Alachua General
.- -- '.. ?Cody Howard Wilcox Delyne Pearson, Nita Richardson, The Gissy home was decorated Hospital and weighing 9 Ibs. % Dress!: & Gift Shop
h' d. Mr. and Mrs.\ Dale Wilcox of Perdfldinf EstherHarold: Grace Buckley and with bouquets of roses and other Maternal grandparents are Mr. %.
isdw. ., l'li ; I3e'i\ tI announc\!'the1birth'of Martha McGee. I, floral arrangements. The refresh- and Mrs. Earl Sihith of Homestead. .. Bradford Square
'a son, Cody Howard, born Nov: id In The newlyweds will reside in ment table covered with a white lace Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Shopping Cent. Stork
St. Vincents Hospital of Jackson- Starke. cloth was centered with a red rose One B. Nelson of Gainesville and 964-5051
and babies breath bouquet. Silver Paul C. Hutchins, Sr. of Starke. .. cues
ville.Maternal r 1 rJr Jr 111m
grandparents are Mr. candleholders held white candles.
and Mrs. Herbert Green, Sr. Great- The cake decorated with white icing
grandmother is Mrs. J.H. Fields,all Woman's Club Executive and miniature flowers was at one STAUKBSTARKe \ GainelVllle\\ '" '
W.lm r1 l loi. _
of Starke. Board To Meet Dec. 2 end of the table. Fruit punch was PIAZA4SW "' .2615 NW r 13$1
Paternal grandparents are Mr. served from a crystal punch bowl at .
and Mrs. Robert Lewter of Winter The Executive Board of theWoman's the end. sand- '
opposite Dainty .
Club of Starke will meet
Garden. Great-grandmother is Mrs. wiches, candies, and snack foods Kina ', '
December 2 at 1 in the Club 5 Location. :, '
Dorothy Benscoter of Orlando. p.m. were also served. '11I00 US 190' .' Slv Room. Mrs. Brunetti kept the gift list for

chairmen All officers are requested and committee to be pre- the The bride.honoree was presented with a CL SED THANKSGIVING DAY SALE STARTS FRIDAY

Hampton HlLltes sent. Immediately board following the the food processor by the hostesses, PRICES GOOD
regular meeting, Mrs. Cissy, Mrs. Norman Phillips
By Dolores Meng Christmas Tea Committee will havea FRIDAY
468-1915 Mrs. Richard Cossand Mrs.Francis n
planning meeting.
Santa's Secret Shop... Meng. U AND SATURDAY

The popular Christmas Shop will ONLY!
be open at the school on Wed.,Dec. 2
Now is the time to
until Dec. 8 during school hours. spruce up
Students will have the convenienceof S&nRooB
buying nice gifts at reasonable for the Holidays o..rh

keep prices.this Volunteers shop operating are !needed to Don't Wait until the last minute. "' CHRISTMAS PRINTS PArfii i

PTO Meeting... Polyester ft Cotton .. s

John McMillan, president, presided .,tom Variety of Pattern -. .a e.uMin'r.'.s...._s I
at the meeting of the PYO held at Wean install : 45" Wide jTm HI C ---.., 5554
school Tuesday Nov. 17. Proceeds of Values to 3.98 11M"
the carnival were $4,895. Projectswere Reg. 1.98 :::: 'r/2 OFF
discussed and everyone thanked Vanity I
for cooperating. The 5th and 6th 100% POLYESTER

songs.graders entertained with patriotic Shower Doors SHINY CIRE f TUBE'.,1DII. ADDU

Thanksgiving Dinner... I MI.bdkws
Mrs. Alice Faye Waters served a Mirrored Walls Q ...p..zes yd SOX :.::..6 .: $3oo

delicious pre-Thanksgiving dinner to GIRLS
her students on Friday, Nov. 20. November WONDER UNDER --. ....,r"Hrs
Turkey with all the trimmings including -- 99'
desserts were served. Din- Special r INTERFACING -
materials fort CHIIDIEII'S
ing tables were decorated with on 18" Wid Felon 99 SOl 19.

turkeys placemats and and fall candy leaves turkey colorful favors. :;> 10% vanity mirrors Fast 6 Easy PARTYOSf 99, -

The Pilgrim's Story was recited in = IMPORTED. CROCHET fU'-8 rusloN -
unison from picture writing Discount and shower
Thanksgiving assisting Mrs.papers.Waters with Among this those project doors. Installedor DOILIES =. 00 s9':.,.

were Sallye Scoggins, Margaret .WHITE. ECIII / I ..4*f
Wadsworth, Ruth Underwood Diane Do-It-Yourself
Brown Vicki Crews,Glenda Lee and
Ruth Meng. LADIES "*12" CRAFT
Two live turkeys brought in by a LUREX FIIIESTQUAUT.,
,. parent added to the atmosphere that ESTIMATESNo FELT SQUARES
day for everyone on the playground.St. jREE TISSU LAME' $3 .! SWEATSHIRTSL

H *7',1 L..g mud sheet Slier.PIENTTOi 1

Edwards News LAME' uwnt. t.T

Karate Team Performs... SOFT LAME' $8' IUU XLAIHCOMPAII II $598 72" wldNYLON .

Mr. Rosenback, Instructor for the !.45" '*M.
local karate group led his studentsin COLD .SIIVEI. OTHEIS AT NET
an exhibition on Saturday.Nov.21
in the St. Edwards parking lot.
Students from five years of age to 44 ( dealers please at this special price) COMPLETE SELECTION Of.. --3 ,
gave an exciting exhibition of karate BEADED APPLIQUES CLOSED THANKSGIVING

This was an added txjnua to the St. I AID COLLARS Styrefoam" BrandChristmas
Edwards Parish Bazaar which WORLD FAMOUS
featured good food,bargains and fun
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for everyone. Ems 99
Among prize winners at this affair ... ., ULTRA SUEDE n to 3j t C
were Muriel Gilhooly who was Who f. AV.. 25 .
presented with $100; Edith Her- LAKE AREA GLASS & MIRROR .t.<.l.f.F sdle.Also A-.)
nandez won $50; and Ada Hoist won ACRYLIC It COTTON FABRICSSWEATER

$25 cash. Two matching handmade Licensed & Insured KNITS 45" wM of mist .v r ....crtp....
decorative pillows were won by Feshiau ,. S.M* Prtat

JoAnn The Gregg.St.the Edwards of Parish ap- 322 S. Walnut St. Starke Te 6O" Wide 9 9 e wh....r SIM..y..r.n$3498 I 4.1Iert.- ._*0- .W.lOvwram .. 3.yd..,.1

support everyone
preciates Regular y4. .
who made this Country Christmas 964-7684

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Legal NoticesIN ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH Name In which Assessed: John Edward ford County, within the Middle Districtof
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Wltkowskl Florida and described a* blows:
THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice I I. hereby given that I I. DolphE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
REGISTER' COUNTY FLORIDA. All of said property being In the County Commence at the SW comer of Section
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Reddish sheriff of Bradford
| as
f FICTITIOUS NAME Cote No, 87-992-CA of Bradford, Slat of Florida. 22. Township 6 South. Rang 22
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR County Florida under and by virtue of
East, run Easterly 39.45 feet more or
Florida Unless
Pursuant to Section 865.09. kuch certificate or certificates
BRADFORD COUNTY.FLORIDA Writ of Execution, to-wlt IN RE: The Marriage of
, : less to the Easterly right of (line of
Statute, notice I I. hereby given that KYLE W. SCHUMACHER shall be redeemed according to law theprop.rty way
COM 87-4S2-CA Execution Issued out of Circuit Courtof
the undersigned, Abar. Sal... Inc..311 Husband described In such certificate orcertificates the Old Lawtey Road; thence run
PAT. H. CLARA BELIE Alachua Florida to
BRADLEY County pursuant North Oor East sold
along EOIt.rlyright
N. Temple Avenue, Stark., Florida will b* sold to the highestbidder
BRADLEY WAYNE D. ADDISON AND a Final Judgement for Atlantic National and of line 750.00 feet to the
sole businessunder at the courthouse door the
32091 doing on
SHARLENE E, ADDISON. Bank of Gainesville, Florida ROBYN M SCHUMACHER of
of line Donna
Northerly right way
the firm name of Ralford Dry Wife. 22nd day of December 1987. at 11:00
Plaintiff and Frederick A Lenti a/k/a
Street thence run North 0939 East
Rd. 121
Alteration ,
F.A. Lenti defendant In the amountof NOTICE
it a.m.Dated
sold of line
along Northerly right
Ralford. Florida Intend to register this 12th day of November way
ROBERT AND OLGA ATTERBURY. their under the 4588.05 together with costs of col : KYlE W. SCHUMACHER 1987. 225.00 feet to the point of beginning;
aid fictitious
h.lrs and lection. RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU
assigns.Defendant thence continue North 8939 East
Gilbert Brown
aforesaid statute.Dated Have seize and hove In ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on
*. my pusses.sion sold of line
along Northerly right way
Clerk of Circuit Court
this 12th day of November of marriage and
for dissolution
NOTICE OF ACTION following personal Bradford 7S.OOf.efi thence run North 007 East
I TO: ROBERT! AND OLGA AfTER 1987 In Union County. property to wit: seeking an Interest In the following. County 101.00 feet, thence run South 89'39'*
I 11/l94tchg 12/10 1982 dr described real property In Bradford 11/l94tchg 12/10
BURY Volkswagen 4 West 75.00 feet: thence run South
their heirs and assigns. I.D.No.WFB0179CV051640 County: VOT West 101.00 feet to the point of -
I I Address Unknown. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO As the property of the above named Beginning at the Southeast corner of beginning, _
I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an REGISTER defendant and that on Monday, the the Northeast 1/4 of Section 29. MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA and you are ordered and required to
1 ,i action to Quiet Till to certain land In FICTITIOUS NAME 7th day of December 1987 at 2:00: Township 6. Range 22 East and run JACKSONVILLE DIVISION appear and plead In sold action and
ha been Iliad Pursuant to Section 869.09 Florida said the of West 470" for a point of beginning;
Bradford County p.m. on day on premises file your answer with the Clerk of this
Case No.86-643-Clv.J.12
against you In the abova-.tyl d Court. Statute, notice I I. hereby given that the Bradford County Jail Yard. I will of. thence South 149 feet; thence East 100 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Court at Jacksonville, Florida and to
You or.further notified that In Mid action the undersigned Dr. Len Schlofman f.r for sale and sell to the highest bidder feet to the point of beginning Plaintiff serve a copy thereof upon the
the Plaintiff ore requesting that P.O. Box 190. Starke. Florida 32091, for cash In hand the above hoe been filed against you and you Plaintiff' Attorney Dorothea Beane
the Court transfer your Interest In the. sole owner, doing business under the described property of said defendantto are required to serve a copy of your v.THE Assistant United State Attorney Post
described located firm name of Bradford County Eye the aforesaid Execution. written defenses, If any to It, on the LINDSEY Office
following property satisfy Box 600 Jacksonville, Florida
and the Juanita Carter
at Law ,
Florida thm. Center P. O. Box 190. Starke, Florida DOLPH E. REDDISH Petitioner/Wife's attorney whose
I In Bradford County to 32201 on or before December 28.
described 32091 Intend to register laid fictitious Sheriff name and address I I.: Tom llndiey, Llndsey and Wan- 1987. K fail da ..
Sold land bang legally a* da A. Williams, and the unknown you to so, judgment by
I follow: name under the aforesaid Bradford County. Florida11124tchgl23 JOHNNY R. HOBBS. JR. default will be entered against you forth
heir, devisees, ,
*tatut*. Green a Hobbs, P.A.P grantees assignees
Lot 70 and 72 on Pin. of Crystal relief demanded the complaint.
Lake Hommit, Section 1. Township 8 Dated this 5th day of November O. Drawer 938 llenors, creditor, trustees, or other 3. This Supplemental Notice of Suit
South Rang 22, Bradford County 1987. In Bradford County. Stark. Florida 32091 claimant by through under or and Amended Order for Unnamed
Florida 11/5 4tchg 11/26 PUBLIC AUCTION and file the original with the Clerk of against THE ESTATE OF LOUISA LIND Defendants to Appear and Plead (Service

I You or. required to ..rv. a copy of NOTICE Is hereby given that on the above-styled Court on or before SEY and all parties interest.having a claim by Publication) be published by
I written defenses, il any,-to the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 'Monday November 30 1987. at 10:00: December 21, 1987: otherwise a judgment right title or In the property the United States Marshal In an.w.papar
your herein and THE STATE OF
I action on the Plaintiff' attorney REGISTER A.M., the undersigned Gator may be entered against you lor FLORIDA of general circulation In
I whose name and oddr>* I I. DARLA FICTITIOUS NAME Frelghtwoys, Inc., will sell at public the relief demanded In the Petition Defendants.SUPPLEMENTAL Bradford County Florida not less than
JEAN CHRISTOPHER. Post Offle.I Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida auction for cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd., WITNESS my hand and the seal of SUIT once each week for six consecutive
I \ Drawer 40 STorke, Florida 32091 on Statute, notice I I. hereby given that Jacksonville, Fla., on. lot of Hole sort said Court on this 17th day of FOR AND UNNAMED AMENDED DEFENDANTSTO ORDER weeks, prior to return dot
I or before 17 December 1987 and file the undersigned Gereld D. llntemuth. btn w/casters, consigned: to United November 1987. APPEAR AND PLEAD hereinobove designated.
the original with the Clerk of this 1450 S. Walnut St., let IS. Starke, Fie. Parcel, Tallahassee, Flo.. to satisfy GILBERTS. BROWN. CLERK11194tchg DONE AND ORDERED at Jackson.viii. .
I Court either before service on the 32091, sole owner doing business freight and storage charges, und.r the 12/10 This(SERVICE cause Is BY before PUBLICATION the Court) ., Florida this 28th day of October
:i Plaintiff attorney or Immediately under the firm name of A-1 Roofing provisions of Section 4 (b) of Uniform -- Plaintiff's Motion for SupplementalNotice 1987
and Maintenance, 1450 S. Walnut Standard Bill of lading. HOWARD T. SNYDER
thereafter; otherwise a (lodgment will St., NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR of Suit and for Service by
,I be entered for the relief demanded Lot IS, Starke, Florida 32091 Intendsto GatorFrelghtwaysInc. TAX DEED Publication filed on October 7, 1987. UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE
the Petition. register sold fictitious name under Carrier NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W.R. Having been advised by Plaintiff that 11/126tchg 12/17
II' WITNESS My hand and official teal the aforesaid statute. Pro. 14-795270: dtd. 7/17/87 Emo the holder of the following certificates the newspaper made an error In
of this Court on this 9th day of Doted this 9th day of November 11/!19 2tchg 11/26 has filed said certificates for a publication of the legal description of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
November 1987. 1987 In Bradford County. tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate the property being foreclosed the
il GILBERT S. BROWN 11/124tpd 123STARKE numbers and years of Issuance, Court finds that plaintiff's motion FICTITIOUS NAME
CLERK OF COURTBy FREE'EXPLORING the description of the property and the should b* granted. Therefore, It Is Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida
Beulah Moody names In which It was assessed are asfollows now ORDERED:
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that the
I D.puty Clerk y I. Plaintiff's Motion for
: Supplemental Enterprise .
t.) 11 11 4lchg 12/3 GODS WORD Certificate No 202 Notice of Suit and for Service by undersigned., Inc.. ,a George Florida Williamson corporation 1315
Year of Issuance: 1985 Publication and I I.
I be hereby
HOME BIBLE STUDYThe Description of Prop.rtyU762.00100: lot GRANTED. Kings Road. Jacksonville, Florida 32209.
sale owner, doing business under the
1 of BLK 2 of Little Hollywood Ex R/W All unknown heirs devisees
"- Bible Course Is taught in your 2. firm name of Brand! Country Inn. S...
I'' 1FT&ST ASSSMBtY OF GOD home free of charge. 07-7S-22. grantees, assignees llenors, 21 at S... 2IA. Melres. Florid. Intendsto
!' !1 Hwy 16 & Weldon St. -Stork. i| : CHURCH OF GOD This is a non-denominational( study creditors, trustees or other claimants, register sold fictitious name under theofor..old
by, through, or against the .
based only on what thus saith the statute.Dated
: Sunday Scho r'0:00'o.m. Estate of Louisa Llndsey deceased;
422 N. ST. CLAIR-864-5445 this 17th day of November
; i i Morning Worship 11 p.m.. John Spratlln. Pastor word of God. Independent Church or God and all other parties having or claim- 1987 in Bradford County Florida.
APOSTOLIC TRUTH U.P.C. Ing to have any right title or InterestIn WILLIAMSON
I > Evemlng Worship 6 p.m. I We Invite you to worship with us. of Prophecy, Inc the property hereinafter described GEORGE ENTERPRISES INC.

j Wed. Mid-Week S.relc..7:30 p.m. Attended Nursery 7823303Rev. REVIVAL CENTER are hereby notified that an action has By George Williamson

Staff Nursery Available Sunday School .. lOam Emmett BrightTo 301 North 2138 N. Temple Ave been Instituted against you In the President
Her. R. Morning Worship .. .. 11am above Court by the United Stat. of 111264tpd 12/17
: Stephen
Pippin, Pastor : Evening Service .. .. .. 6pm schedule your home bible Sun School 45am: Sun. Warship It:am America for the enforcement of a lien
i 964-6971 } I Wednesday Youth ... 7-3Opm: study or for additional Information Sun Bv., Prayer Meeting 6'pm Wed. 7:30pm against real property situated Brad


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I I BADCOCK $0 ,4ff_ ..1 Lewis Timber Co. Crafts & ConsignmentsLocated I

: FURNITURE HWY 301 S. 9646871PO off 100 S. toward Keystone
Specialty Gift Shop" take right on 24th avenue,follow

i I Kim & Jan W. Call 964-8547 Box 207, Starke tons. Eves. 984-6898 '"

,I All Nature SInge of Jesus

Carpets of Starke Griff & Sons Fibreglass DURRANCE PUMP &

Chimney l I

'Home of the Stumpknocker Attend your church regularly i

Owned& Operated boat"

II 964-6108 964-6154 HWY 301 964-4461 or 964-5531 864 N. Temple 964.7061 t

Eyeglass Wheels Auto Sales q 4 : : V .i Bradford Furniture HURSTS EXXON i

"Your We Finance t1 Industries SERVICE ,

Buy Here Pay Here 4 I I :v f// t HWY 301 N. "24 HR. WRECKER SERVICE"

; eyeglass 1320 N. Temple Ave. t r 987 N. TEMPLE AV. I

103 Edwards Rd. 964-7783 I _1 964-7347 964-6111
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4' Monuments 238 E. Washington St.

236 S. SR 215, Middleburg :
HWY 301 S. 964-5757 964-5274
1904) 282-4211 What does a wheat field have to do r R
with the capital ol Rhode Island? l l I .
Chastalns i Drugs Everything! GOODMAN'S U-HAUL STARKE HOUSING

; Williams (founded the
In 1638 Roger CENTER
All Your Pharmacy Needs" town ol Providence on land given him by Sunday Thursday. 2165 N. TEMPLE
I. Bibles, gifts & friendly Narragansett Indiana Ha be.. Jeremiah 33:1-13 77-23 Starke. FL 32091 Hwy 301 South of Starke
I 104 W. loved God had guided him to the spot.In
W. Madison 964-7170 naming M*town he was expressing rev Monday Friday 964-5899 964-4174
creel gratltute for God's goodness. Matthew 1 Corinthian .,
I 11.20-30 f 9,35-08
A field of wheat awaiting harvest la
I Bradford Title AGENCY AT always a vtvld reminder of the providence Saturday WESTERN STEER FAMILY CROSLEY

"We 0647911"A STARKE I of a loving Heavenly Father. Tuesday Mark 2 Corinthians STEAK HOUSE I
Though man must labor to plant cultivate 21-17: MANUFACTURING
.worship this week "Serving you first" and harvest the fruit of the earth. 030-44 From all of o.ft W.sf.m Steer

week". 441 W. Madison St I! N God oIlMd-tim.who provided and the harvest.The continuing. Wednesday .r'a".w'w rev US 301 South CORPORATIONMark

or 9646313 same reverent gratitude which 964-8061 Mullins & Employees ,

Inspired our Puritan forefathers In New

WATERS Mosley Tire Co. England our inspire faith through all Americans express 2:22-J2., In!'Insurance I 'call Now 9648018Iff

Corner of US US 301 N. Starke -
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a.eW.x..x..rx..e.w..P .
440 W. !! !!
Lawtey, 964-6600 ACCIDENT CENTERS
Winn-Dixie Shopping Center)
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HR Wrecker Service AMERICA, INC.
made exhaust stems This feature is published to 964-4695 1 I>C PAIN RELIEF DOCTORS

NOEGEL'S NATIONAL encourage you to worship Glenn Fibreglass Homes Beautiful of

BANK regularly It is made possibleby FUN Boxes &Tool Boxes North Florida '

"Worship this week Directors & Comer of Thompson&Weldon Construction Company ,I

at the church of the firms listed here. 964-5912 AH types of Home l Improvement
Staff I
I 1018 N. Temple 9646768Terwlllegar

Sales & Service
Printing Company a fact you can do Complete Tire Shop & Auto
Superior quality homes at 208 W. Madison & US 301
All the right Supplies Custom Framing Repairs I
t better at Denmark's affordable prices Starke 9647200SR '
Printing a Office Supplies 402 N. Temple HWY 301 N.

!I 155 W Bfowntesa right E. Can 51 984-8925 434 W. Call 964-5827 864-6436 HWY-301 a 004-6633 21 Keystone Height. ; I J'I'f

DMIneuMee. .5Ap eaveef0 $ Inc
State Bank ,
sw 10 Yean Craft Shop
We rebuild starters Steve and Cindy Futch of Stark Management & Staff 96 -7633 '. :

& & Staff Starkes Only Home Owned HWY 301 North l lim
Craft &
I Auto Marine- a Meee M. --- ..ssrk Independent Bank 964-7500 South 301 Max Supplies. Stark lj

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1)) Anyone except TELEGRAPH employees and their 3)) In case of ties we will use the totj-l points scored 1
Immediate families are welcome to enter, but there Is In the Bradford High School game each week (except
a limit of one entry per person each week. the Tornadoes open week) as a tiebreaker. Please fill '

2)) The entry must be on an official blank from the In the points you think will be scored by the Tornadoes ..,
oI TELEGRAPH and must be dropped off at the and their opponent combined In the '
pates TELEGRAPH office before p.m. each Friday after tiebreaker blank.) For Instance If the score In the Tor
"". el1'00 noon. Fill In all the blanks with either the name of the .nado game was Tornadoes 19,Opponents 7, the cor
" ,.v .' team you think will win or "tie" If you think the flame rest score was 28 points.
., :a will end In a tie. The person who picks the most 4))All'decisions of the Judges are final. A second

games, right will win.the top prize. tiebreaker. be used If necessary. ,

I Tennessee at Vanderbilt. CARL HURST, owner
r A So. Miss. at SW LouisianaHeadquarters 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
e Be 987 TEMPlE AVENUE STARKE. a 32091
A Winner ., ,. for:
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964-4642 BATTERY Washington St. at California PHONE

SERVICE 964.6111
Phone.964-8840 230 N.Temple Ave. Starke FL
1101 S. Walnut. US 301 S Next to Norman's Market

., Jones Funeral HomeJones
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-;._ Family Owned end Opereled Watch Convalescent Services
Bradford Square Starke 904-6423
446 West Madison Street ,.pair
Market Place 4-7O64 964-6200 Starko See Jim for a Large Selectfoi

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Orleans St Louis at Atlanta
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Hurse: Lori Sapp Finishes in Top 10 I

Raiders In State for 4th Year in a RowThis

is the fourth year 1n a row''' Ramona was 11th overall at Coach Loper. Tennant's time was
SuperiorBradford that Lori Sapp has ran in the State Tallahassee, so did not qualify for 12:59: same as a week earlier at the
Cross Country Championships. She the state finals. Only the top five individual district race.Junior .
has placed in the top ten all four runners advance to the
High was beaten by a years. state tournament. Olympics...
superior group of athletes who per. n rF1 She placed 3rd as a freshman, 5th "Lori ran a sensational race, her Lori and Ramona and several
formed well, says Head Tornado as a sophomore, and 7th as a Junior. best race this year," said Coach other Bradford runners will competein
David Hurse of the 21-7 loss to Santa This year, Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Loper. "It was her best time this the Junior Olympics at Santa Fe
Fe.The a a Dunn airport at Titusville, Lori was year." Her time for the two mile Community College In Gainesvillethis
three Raider touchdownscame overtaken in the last few steps of the trek was 11:57, which places her Saturday, Nov. 28.
: 1) after the Tornadoes fumbled y. race, and finished sixth. Her time third In the state going into the state All age levels grades six through
on the Santa Fe 15 yard line, and was just over 12 minutes, at 12:05: finals. 12 will compete in five divisions. The
2) on a 63 yard run by Orlan Lum "This is a distinct achievement," Only three girls in the state have first three to finish there will ad-
pkin, and 3) set up by a 42 yard run said cross country Coach George posted a time under 12 minutes. vance to Nationals, to be held Dec. 5
by Lumpkin. It was the big play Loper. "No other athlete at Brad- Ellie Runice of Middleburg, a girl at Raleigh, N.C.
again that hurt the Tornadoes. ford High School has ever been All from Naples, and Lori, from Starke. The divisions are: Bantam and
However, Coach Hurse expressed State four years in a row," Loper Sophomore Ramona Tennant"rana Midget, 3000 meters; Youth 4000
pride in the way the Tornadoes stuckit said, "no athlete in any sport." gallant race at Tallahassee, but meters; Intermediate and Young
out. "In general, I was proud of the "Lori ran a really good race,"said others were just a little faster," !said Adult, 5000 meters.
way out kids played," says Coach Loper. "Most runners were slightly .
Hurse. The defense, Hurse says, ; slower because of the cool breezy
played particularly well. day," he said.TaUahassee.
The Tornado defense was hurt on Just in Time for Christmas!
its strong side, from which defensiveend Regionals...
Jimmy Long has been missingthe .--. "jsmfaifiKwmmm\ ".'"i 11 '" iHandoff. -" --",.. ... -* .-;>'!J BHS senior Lori Sapp and

last two ballgames because of a sophomore Ramona Tennant competed
chipped bone in his shoulder. Fillingin ... in the Region 1-3A cross coun-
from the offensive side have been Tonuulo Quarterback John Berry(13) ........ off to an unidentified BHS try tournament Nov. 14 at the Jake

Ed Doulgas and Clint Reed, both of raining back. Gaither golf course in Tallahassee.Lori t\
whom have played well but were inexperienced placed 2nd overall, and
at strong side defensive by Santa Fe. A was the most points nado TD. Chris Dinkins caused a qualified for the Nov. 21 state finals
end. scored on BHS in any game. fumble and recovered a fumble.
Orlan Lumpkin played about the Playing tough for the Tornado Freshman Lane Wiggins probably
type of game he played last year defense, and praised by Coach played the best game of his career, Fla.Twin Theatres
against BUS. "He's a dominant Hurse, are Sam linebacker Bill says Coach Roland Cummings. Model 2000
force," says Coach Hurse. stronger Hamilton, inside linebackers Starke 0 964-5451
and faster than any other back BHS Malachi Jenkins and Keith Jenkins, Tackles AitlittMalachi
has faced. Lumpkin can clean and tackles Mike Elder and Eric Naz- Jenklnt 7 2 e Open Every Nite .

jerk 270 pounds, Hurse points out. worth, and ends Chris Dinkins, Ed Chris Dlnklnt 7 2
The Santa Fe defensive ends were Douglas, and Clint Reed, and rover Ed Douglas 5 3 $2.00 SPECIAL ji 1
tall, big, and quick, Coach Hurse back Rodney Mosley Lanc.Wiggins 4 1
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"We could not move the football on Dinkins led BHS in tackling with 7 Rodn.y Motley 2 4 l _.Tuesdavshow. !:! J j
them. We just could not block individual tackles and two assists. Eric Naiworth 1 3 with 16" bar and chain

against them," Hurse says. Ed Douglas had 5 individual tackles Darrln Pattrton 2 0 Starts Friday Nov. 27
Defensively, however, BHS gave and 3 assists. Pedro Carter 1 2
up fewer points than any team in the Malachi Jenkins picked up a loose Mike Eld.r 1 1 FATALATTRACTION I
area, including the 21 points scored football and ran it in for the only Tor- Dan Clark 1 0

I Tornadoes Set for New Basketball Seasonby Michael Douglas

Joe GissyBCT Jacksonville against Nease. will be going up against some Glenn Close H A regular retail value of $219.99 $e
Wednesday, winner will play winner players over 6-6 or&7." he says. The 59
Staff Writer and loser will meet loser. The team speed and ability to hit on out- SCREEN TWO NOW
The varsity basketball season gets championship game wil be played on side shots should take the team
under way this Monday, Nov. 30, Exclusive 1 Yaar Limited Warranty On All Poulan Models See D.einr l finr Detail
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The Tornadoes are pitted against made up)in quickness" he said. "We mit only 15. Players being cut, or be- Hwy.o smbu.ed by T Been DM1bum,.,a.,9u Ma Stun,964-574R M 7179) err((512)352t305WiJ
Y West Nassau in the first game at are an extremely quick team, and a ing shifted down to the J V squad, are AMhapnwwyarWr hen been prat.ery nanadd teener mane tndMduat 6:00 pm. Monday. The second game good shooting team." good players says the coach. "We AGAIN [ffi] nl l pintdpa*.:It one you Mtool does nal.KM and or caN((012))712.1796Is
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hour, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00: p.m.. Monday REGISTER located In Section 07 Township 07 between 8 a.m. and 4:30: p.m., Monday Th. names and addresses of th. personal ((904)) 964.5700Personal
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1 Regulation 3426 Bills Road Jackson1 Statute, notice It hereby given that the Written objection or comment on Statutes, Chapter 120.54 a* enacted by below Gr..n ft Hobbs, P.A.
., Florida 32207. undersigned. Pentad Corporation P. O. this application may be filed with th.. th. 1974 Florida legislature. Interested persons are r.qulred to P.O. Drawer 938
Parson who .ub.tantlallnt.r..t. are 11/263tchq 12/10 file with thl.Court.WITHIN THREE MON. Starke, Florida 32091M2teng ii/tn,
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Tough, Fast Santa Fe Team Defeats Tornadoes 21-7 in Final Game '

District 5-3A- champion Santa Fe fort was the best of the game, with Douglas. Running back Greg Pitt- line,then scored from the four on se- M Santa P.-Orlan' Lumpkln,tt-yard ran..Pi 4t tent* ftOrlM Lvmittlit,4-yard......IP,
High dominated Bradford High witha the Tornadoes getting three first man was running side-by-side with cond down, with 1:31 remaining in: MoMniM,kick. ItoMniM-,kick, I
strong defense' and two breakaway downs: a IS yard penalty when S.Fe Douglas at the Raider 15. If the pass the game. Jeff Robinson kicked the 1 ---=-r-
Orian Lum- had been it could PAT and Santa Fe led 21-7. If .
runs by speedster tackled out of bounds, FB Reed's 49 caught easily have -- -- -
pkin for a 21-7 win. yard run, and shorter runs by FB gone for a TD. From the 30, BHS The game ended with BHS com
It was a cold night for Bradford Reed. brought on Malachi Jenkins to try a pleting three passes for 9,1, and 18, ATTENTION
High, which finished its 10 game field goal, which would have made yards with Santa Fe in a prevent
season at 5-5. Santa Fe ends up witha With the Tornado defense holding the score 14-10, but the holder, QB defense.
7-3 season record, the losses all to the Raiders in check, Bradford got Berry, was unable to control the HUNTERS
large Class 4A schools, and is 7-0 in down to the Santa Fe 30 yard line. snap. The football rolled all the way My
District 5, Class 3A play On third and nine,QB Berry's pass back to the 50 where it went out of Bradford Mlgti ( I 1N.wb.rry
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system.The Lumpkin S.Fe gained Difference.218 yards.. on 27 Christmas j I
to 9'b
touchdown of
carries,including runs } .
2, 63, and 4 yards, and a 48 yard jI
scamper which set up the third San-
ta Fe TD with 1:31: remaining in the
fourth quarter. Santa Fe rushed for
211 net yards. I1i&
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with a blocked punt. Malachi
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yard line and ran it in for the lone
BHS touchdown. Malachi added the I
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103 yards in 18 carries,including a 49 . a. ", ... "....w -oo' -
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everybody, but was run down from r ''SG f z
behind by S.Fe's Damon Wright. s 'rt
The blocked punt and subsequent
touchdown and the perforance of We guarantee to let you know / .
Reed behind the blocking of
the BHS offensive line were about w/.at's happening in tile Starke :
for the Tornadoes ,
the only bright spots
Most of the time BHS offen- area for 1988.......... ;
sive line could only block good ll
enough for the quick FB Reed to
gain two or three yards.
The BHS defense held Lumpkin, We will provide with I
by far the fastest back BHS has fac- you
ed tills season, in check most of the c- I
time. But the two big plays, the 63 in-depth coverage no one
yard TD run and a 48 yard run which '
set up the third touchdown, were the else has. / \ ,
difference in the game.
LUmpkins'27 rushes made him the ,I
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i E by Buster Rahn No one objected to the rezoning, / y My"t.r .Y.rtw.
; BCT Staff Writer and the board approved the
County Commissioners classification as recommended.
unanimously upheld recommendations -
by the county zoning board In
four requests for rezoning In a James A. Griffis...
regularly scheduled NOV.18 meeting. Daniel Griffis his
The four requests for rezoning had represented
father James Griffis. before the
been before the county zoning boardat
commissioners in
requesting a
its regular Oct 27 meeting. In
in Graham to be rezoned for
parcel a
each case the zoning board had also retail store.
voted unanimously.
The dialogue was essentially a
replay of the request as it came
before the zoning board three weeks
L.J. Kite... earlier The parcel lies between the
Kite made application to rezone homes of James A. Griffis and Mrs.
1.29 acres one mile west of US-301 on Campaneiil with 120-150 feet
CR-227 (Brooker Road) from OR separating the store building from t1 r i j a 4 4 vaa t
(Open Rural) to RO (Residence- the two residences. 6I
Office). James Watson Mrs. Capaanelli's

The parcel has a small building on son-in-law told the commissionersthat ... .. .. .. ....
x'yrra tree" ...-'lU'iiC't.. ;.. x."' 'Z4 ** y 4W55> .rv.; _..._ .,_.Ti__>> -
it, which has been used for a timber Mrs. Campanelli, 74, does not
office for the past several years and need the noise and traffic connectedwith Lawtey Straight A's...
meets zoning requirements since a the operation of a retail store These itudenU at Lawtey School made A', their card for the, ..
building utilized in the timber within 125 feet of her home. Watson Elementary straight on report tint week grading period.
business is acceptable by the OR presented a petition with 77 names From left to right on the front roar Amy Rhodes Chris Lanter,Kerry ROM, Donna llouyle,MIkel Casalns, Mild Golden Lane dark,Sarah Falkenbcrg, Kyle
designation.Kite opposing the rezoning request. Bennett Amanda Patrick and Ann Smith.
said his wife now holds a Griffis presented a petition with 89 In the middle: Brandl Wtlkenon Brooke Catkins, Darell Harley,Brian Naylor,Justin Illggenbothom Jamei KUby John Plkber Victoria Vernae Amanda Crew,
realtor's license and wants to con names supporting the request to no Lartlaha Riser and tattler Mauey. \
vert the old timber office into a Real avail. On the back row Peter Juchnlewkz, Laura Coodner Tastr El IL .....!,Zak Smith Dwayno WUkenon,Chris Smith Crag Durban La Tonya Prevatt Shannon
Estate office. In order to be in com The county commissioners votedto Patrick and Dana Wilkerson.Lawtey .
pliance with zoning regulations it is uphold the recommendation of the
necessary to rezone the property toRO zoning board, and denied the re
which the Kites are seeking to quest. Council Holds Public Hearing Cable
do.The Several people including Watson on TVby
zoning board recommended agreed with Griffis that a store is
approval of the request and the needed in Graham, but not in the Buster Rahn The proposed ordinance providesa than allowing Hurst Communications the town for the franchise application. -
commissioners upheld the the location under consideration. KCT Staff Write!; non-exclusive 15 year franchise to to run cables on city owned property .
board's recommendation. There The Lawtey city council held the Hurst Communications to provide Hurst will pay the town Four When Mayor Robert Scott asked if
were no objections voiced. second of three public hearings Mon- cable television to Lawtey residents. percent of the gross revenue for the opposed the proposed or- I
L.K. Whitehead... day, Nov 23, to award a franchisefor The city made no committments franchise. anyone dinance Wayne. Massey asked
cable television in in the franchise other
There was no opposition to L.K. Lawtey. awarding Hurst tendered a check for$750 to recognized.
Darby Bloodgood... Whitehead's request to rezone and I 1
Mrs. Bloodgood met with the com- amend the land use plan for 2 acres
missioners to explain that an animal south of Starke, on US-301.
shelter is planned for the parcel Whitehead asked For the land to be
located 9 miles south of Starke off reclassified from OR to CI (highway i tS Year-End Savingson
east side of SR-100, adjacent to the commercial), saying that adjacent
Bradford County landfill. land is already zoned CI. He plans to ,Y.
Mrs. Darby said the land will be build a commercial building for ren-
donated to the Humane Society of tal property with the type of Popular
the Lake Area if rezoning is approved. business being unknown at this time. America's Most
The facility is to be a non-profit, The zoning board recommended
privately operated shelter but it approval of the request and the
may contract with local counties to commissioners upheld the decision. !
shelter. _animals at some future time. _No one objected. Boxes
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: 1987 BRADFORD COUNTY : \ Letter SizeSuggested Retail $7.35


: The 1987 Christinas IVade is !set for Saturday. December 5. 1987,J

: beginning at l :OOAM on Thompson Street in Starke.Picasso line up as far to* STORAGE BOX ;OW ONLY

:the right of the street as possible and keep the left side of the street clear.The:

parade will begin at 10:00 AM sharp.You will receive the map route and your. The standard for records storage and
number In the mail after ,transfer for over 70 years. Economy and M1x
placement we receive application lace( below) ?
-..- ..,- -.." your --' .' ?_. ... _.. .strength are built-in with 2 thicknesses of
fibreboard front back and '
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In keeping with the Bicentennial celebration of our constitution woe Stock #12
bottom. Retractable plastic handle allows
i hare selected for this years theme: "A Red. White and Blue Christmas.All* easy removal from shelves. Reliable string 15"x 10%" x 24" NOW ONLY

:participants are asked to keep this in mind when designing your float.Awards and button closure keeps records safe. Legal Size ;

will be presented to the top three floats using the, above theme. Tote handles front and back for easy Suggestedtransfer. .
Retail $8.20
p II I, Large labeling area.
The parade committee requests that there be NO live Santas except for*
t : the real Santa that will be at the end of the parade.This parade is primarily for* If I

.children and we do not want to cause confusion for them.Everyone in the parade BANKERS BOX< >
:must have a sufficient number of adults participating to supervise and be*

: responsible\ their float or group.We ask that you consider the distance of*

:the parade route when deciding the age limits of the children who may be* 'RKtve.' >* tFRtA

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I J : possible.The parade must keep moving. : that's just right for dozens of storage Retail $3.80
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'II. : (appro* size) Band(appro *),- : i: Date Books
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be Tax Deductible in

Present the 5th

1987. .
Annual Fall
New Tax Laws Change Your Tax in '88

Jackpot Show
instead of '88
Better Buy in 87
$1350. Total Added Money

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Striving, Hard Work Make J.

,New Life for Tommy WestOn ,

this day nine years ago Tom dressed together, sort of like boob
my West's life was far different thanit camp.
is today. Tommy you see, was Institutional life for Tommy was V ..
born with Down's Syndrome, a con- regimented lifeless, dull.with no
genital birth defect which affects a family,insttttutlcnal food,and no extra r......
surprising high percentage of: spending money. Cottage
newborns. Tommy like others with parents rotated every 8 hours so
this defect will be mentally retarded there was noone to fill the
for the rest of his life. mother/father roles every young
Years ago before the era of com- child needs.T munity acceptance people like the mentally retarded children,was
Tommy were placed routinely in losing grown, Instead of learning
large impersonal Institutions often how to ma1tJle most of their
immediately after birth at the Doc disability tins? had little chance to ;
tor's recommendation. grow. In such ah environment, individuality -
Tommy, like so many others was illl'on..existent.Tommy's I I,
placed in Sunland Training Cenkrof (life changed when he
Gainesviulle at an early age.As one turned 18 year old. In the 70's, a
of 2,000 patients a term which refer new age of thinking had begun. Professionals 'J1S"
red to the mentally retarded living firu liy realized: that the
in institutions he was housed in a mentaly retatdea. thrived when placed ti4 a il,"
large cottage or house with 45 other in community programs and lived 1
retarded children. His days at in foster vf group living homes
Sunland were anything but motiva- with four to lilt clients.
tional and enjoyable. The cottagesdid Tommy was one of the first y
not have separate bedrooms.All Sunland Center clients placed in a wr-'k 1
45 children slept in one large room,
washed in the same: bathroom, and See-What Page 9i i

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Another Day... .:..-; i\
: E Tommy Writ works up sweat In E-Z WHEELS CAN BE A REAL 08 LACK OF EXERCISE ALL CAN
the lumber.torage yard at .- PAIN IN THE MAKE YOUR HECH-
Sunshine Indiutrlea, where he 1320 N.TEMPLE AVE. STARKE NECK! I II
etcaped the liuUtutlonallzed world OWI SORE... aw
wwn anti now enjoy working with the 9647783Buy
other member of hi*group at the i lv
unique training facility. Here Pay Here

We Finance I

ACT Test "80 Camaro Auto/Air .Litf
At Starke CenterAny $595. down -E-Z Payments \

student planning to take full '\
81 Phoenix 4dr., 1 owner. 1991 CaiROT00"9 LtD
time classes at Santa Fe Community Y
College for the Winter Term should Nice carl 1
take the ACT Test to be ad- $495. Down-EZ Payments CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENT WHY
ministered at the Starke Center on CAN EASE NECK PAIN AND GIVE SUFFEIZ CA LL :
Thursday.December 3. 80 Plymouth Volare4drairautolow NOU REAL RELIEF...NATURALLY! NEEDLESSLY d tJs
. The test will begin promptly at IT- miles ? .. TODAY'
p.m. There is no charge for the test,
but the student must fill out an application $395. DN. E-Z Payments m 1
to the to tak
1 ing the test. college prior 80 Mercury Capri 4 ipd.nice. car$495DNEZ.Payment. BRADFORD

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MAC MCCLELLAND t< atcayb $20.$4. additional mark down 20% a dr-emonthe7atA.eivlnf Turkey $2.75 .Va open 6 am. Hwy301 & Starke. Fla. l'HL.Dye; "

#160987 Olds Delta thenont price you pay ;
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MONITOR SECTION November,1987 ,t- ;

I Cyclists Complete Cross-country Trip ,


t r 1 rn by Joe Glssy of the mid-afternoon. One cyclist! tremely lucky the weather has been' Natalie Kekelsen organized the,,
r BCT Staff Writer Arthur Spooner, age 60, has achieved wonderful" said Spooner. trip, and her husband Jim, drives:
$ t I I t Nine bicyclists and one van driver 13 'century days'during the trip, Spooner will have 7,300 miles so the van. The party camps out at,
spent the night of Nov.2 at the KOA days in which he has ridden at least far this year and intends to com- night most of the time at cam
Campground in Starke,on their way'' 100 miles, by making a side excur- plete 7,600 before year's end. He pgrounds, or parks or ocasslonally/
to St. Augustine to complete a trek I sion in the evenings.The rode his bicycle 7,600 miles in both checks into a motel.
across the United States. trip will total just over 3,000 1983 and 1980. They have a cooking trailer called''
The trip started at Oceanside, miles at the completion. The route Floyd Beatty age 64, is completing a "sag wagon," equipped for the,
I California near San Diego 46 days followed was along the southern his second cross country purpose, with stove and
1 earlier on Sept. 18,and ended Tues- edge of the country, parallel to the ride; his first was in 1986. refrigerator and cub board space for
day at the beach near St.Augustine Mexican border into New Orleans John Mingesz age 69, also has a groceries. Other gear clothing and!
when the tires of the bicycles touch where'layover day' was taken to previous trip across country on his' personal effects are carried in the
the surf of the Atlantic Ocean. sightsee. record. The earlier trip was from, van .
The cyclists average traveling 75 There was five layover days on Portland, Oregon, to Williamsburg, The van drives on ahead for about
to 80 miles per day, breaking campat which no mileage was registered Va., in 1076, and measured 4,700 10 miles, then waits for the party to
dawn,and staying on the road for during the trip. Only one day was miles, across the middle of the catch up refresh themselves then
up to 7 hours.. ., thus avoiding the heat; marred by rain. "We have been ex United State off again for another hour or so,
"We do not make reservations in
T I/:. r-1 OVER 10,000 EVERYDAY advance," said Natalie, "the camp-
sites are not crowded this time of the
yy tnn-L/lXlee Jt. LOW PRICES year so we have not had a problemwith
Vs TO GIVE YOU A accomadations," she said.

U LOWER FOOD BILL. Anastasia When this Island reporter and the mentioned state park

TM COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOU'LL LIKE THE SAVINGS! unanimous campground, response the quick was,, "But and

tomorrow night we are going to stayin
QUANTITY RIGHTS a motel.In St.Augustine,the trip
RESERVEDWINNmm BTOM...MOCOtWMOMT will be over, and its a motel for us
-l r there."

OV.PRICES FRI.27-DEC.WED.GOOD 2.:,1987 %Vinn-Dixie has a wide Variety PRDRAAL arANPa reoD Gas Prices

Fall HereFlorida

of Favorite Foods ,
your Holiday gas prices dropped by 3.8
cents per gallon in November the
OVFo largest decline in price since April

1986.The average price for all grades of
THE at Everyday low PricesPRICES gasoline is now $1.077 per gallon.
'BonoivrLINE The November decline means prices
have dropped by 5.7 cents per gallon
since August. That represents three

1{GUARANTEED GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: successive the state.months of price declinein

: While prices were down in recent
pOp v STARKE months the latet averages show the
B 470 W. MADISON ST. U 1' average price for all grades of fuel Is

.s J -. ,, . ., ". . 12.7 cents per gallon higher than it
? was on Thanksgiving 19H8. With
Thanksgiving coming up, the fuel
o WHITE or DECORATED DESIGN gauge reports that about 73 percentof
VIVA _14 IRO_n all stations will be open for the
holiday.The .
I '\ TOWELS -' SLICEDBACON latest report shows that the
ALL VARIETIES highest average price for all gradesof
gasoline was found in Port
61c r. COCA --I Richey, where unleaded full service
JUMBO averaged$1.442.The lowest average
COLA was found in Pensacola where self-
service regular averaged 85.5 cents
per gallon.
SUN BELTTOWELS C The average for self-service
unleaded in Florida was 96.5 cents
per gallon down .008 cents per
2lTR.II gallon; self-service rigulalr averaged -
DWR : BTL 88.2 cebnts per gallon, down 4.7
JUMBO 41cI ::: cents;full-servoce unleaded averaged -
ROLLS 'I $1.28 per gallon, down 2.8 cents;
j ALL M/11 TR / u ..
I A> ;ixt-flllinoceregular'averaged..
/- I II COCA COLA. ,_, ua3o9T y. I rwjepUtr $1.181, down 4.7 cents per gallon. \..
I Since price drops were greatest at
I the regular gasoline pumps the
, GIO\JND"" positive impact for most motoristswas

Apple, SWLa1RRY CHIMT or LITI CHIMY W-O HAND IS| U. MANDI PACK) : The minimal.average decline for unleadedfuel
.. g was Just 1.8 cents per gallon,important -
COMSTOCK 79 ij : GROUND 98 c gasoline.since most cars use unleaded -
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, PIE FILLING e 2M:: .- BEEF . . tit I, Starke Prices...

h1 I II I IM. I Self-serve gasoline prices here In.,
"AMD Starke have remained unchanged'for .
eUM.A01 BEEF F1SHERMANSWHARE several nonths now.
ASTOR The last change was reported in
BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE .9ge $ | 79 PATTIES . July when the prices at self-serve
COFFEE cut-rate stations was raised to the
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presnt level:; 99.9 for premium
CHUCKROASTor; ILISSonoM21 7 ''C FRESH SEAFOOD 3 unleaded gasoline,89.9 for unleaded,
.IOULA*ut LIGHt w.APP1oN.) WHITE $! 77 I

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Photo and dory I by Joannlo W.IU Vincent to appear in the KGi perlence, If you don't have a plan in,I Vincent had to leave to catch al i
recruiting film. Vincent agreed,1 I life,somebody else will have one for plane for home,but took time to pose, .-6666
Movie and television star Jan- traveled to Camp Blanding. and you, and you might not like it. for pictures with MaJ. Gen. RobertF. Jo Finn's$041tf.CaCtSt.&O.
Michael Vlcent recently par- also directed the film making. The "It's a valuable seminar. The Ensslln Jr. adjutant general of
ticipated in a three-week training three-week Warrior Univesity in- school has personally allowed me to the Florida rational Guard; Sgt. (904)964.8547
session, called Warrior University, structional course Incorporated take advantage of this training," Norman Dowdy, recruiting officer & Specialty gift StopHAPPY
at Camp Blanding to make a promotional I 15-hour days filled with physical said Vincent. for Camp Blanding, and several
recruiting film for the National workouts and classes on developing News Directions is the name Vincent other Camp Blanding staff THANKSGIVINGI!
Guard. organizational and motivational and Major Fortier chose as members. A heartfelt"Thank You" for and the confidence have
Camp Blanding was selected for skills Vincent said he was a bit rusty their National Guard production Jan-Michael Vincent is a veteran your
the training site because of the Ideal after a 20-year absence from the company.Fortier said the name was actor with over 20 years experience.He placed in iu..We take pride in providing you the best possible service.We
weather in Florida. "Camp Blan classroom. significant because each of the four has starred In over 20 movies,In- will always do everything we can to assure your complete satisfaction.
ding was a very nice place,"said VI- Major Fortier expressed gratitudeto members of the film crew were cluding Last Plane Out,Sandcastles, We will be CLOSED Thanksgiving Day.Open our usual hours on
cent, best known for his portrayal of a WJXT,Channel TV news team about to embark on new field. Hooper, andBaby Blue Marine. .
Stringfellow Hawk in the Air Wolf( from Jacksonville, headed by Vincent left Camp Blanding last Of eight teams, such as the War- Friday ft Saturday.We're looking forward to the opportunity to serve you..
television series, now in re-runs. Boardcast Manager Ken Kaminskifor Friday looking forward to a two- rior University, participating in the Again our thanks for your patronage! 9:30-6:00: M-F .9:30-4:00 Sd.i ..
Vincent was a helicopter pilot in the use of their camera equipmentand week vacation of fishing in Santa seminar only!. .!six! ..teams. finished. --.
National Guard Reserves from studio. Barbara before going to South
1965-71 The finished product of the program Africa to film a new movie.
Major Bill Fortier, an active National was a 12-minute film organized Major Fortier will be going to Sgt. Dowdy has a copy of the tape
Guardsman with 21 years of by Vincent. The actor opened the Hawaii to ask Tom Selleck, star of and will be showing it at local
California from Sacramento, video by stating who he was and how the Magnum TV series to participatein schools. Other copies will be. sent
contacted Jan-Michael important it Is to have your own per- the next NG training film. Other national-wide.
Vincent during a 3-10 minute break sonal future planned. celebrities sought for the NG films Dowdy will ask local students,
in filming in California!:!!! and! ..asked! "t can tell you from personal exPosing include stars Kirk. Russell, Ratert.4.nRnfn "Hey future, what?do" you want to do with i fiBt
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by Jacque Brcman sod-seeding, products mentioned) ,,; ? ,
UC Extension Agent for Information only and should not h STEP UP
The Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition be construed as an endorsement to i' i
, In, was an educational exclude similar products.) .dal';
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by about 200,000 people on October year was North Carolina. Tobacco I,
IS, I,.and 19. Virginia-type peanuts, sweet ,,, ?, ASIIIOISJOAN'S
Over 318 companies had exhibit potatoes, apples, and four types of
spaces. Companies exhibiting products Christmas Trees were featured in t
the North Carolina tent.
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Health and Home Economics experts
Building to Zeto Tractors. i
from the Extension Service
Something new this! year was the
I housing of the animal health and cat and private industry conducted a lYRPlE ART/N
Health Fair in the Consumer and
tie exhibits under a metal building. tl1 fF
Family Living Tent. COND UMl
' This year's demonstrations included
deworming, fly and lice control, insecticide An outstanding exhibit about fish ,
farming was presented by Ken'sFish y
I and ear tags for pest control
However Kids of all '
vaccination, implants to im Hatchery. '
I enjoyed
feed efficiency, and cattle ages probably samplingsome ,.
prove ,
restraint systems. of the worl;largest pecan pie, wI /
The Harvesting and Tillage the best. Over 24,000 eggs and 4,000
Demonstrations in the field were im pounds of sugar went into a pecan
that took 3 to cook in
Included pie days a
pressive.[ Some new equipment
the Haybuster 107 grass drill custom-built oven. After feeding "
that places seed through heavy several hundred people generous
residue and hard soils for no-till and portions, hardly a six-foot dent had I
been made in the What will 1'
conventional planting. Hay Van had pie. they
think of next? FASHIONS
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became the Florida 1A state cham- 1( t.-\
Union County High School, made -B.wit. ,..
history recently when she was named pions. !... A; ,, .
Player of the Year for 1987 by the jE IInllllil lj ;.:"' fs I",
Jacksonville Astros, a senior girls Thomas batted .667 with the Lady t', ''i. GOBBLE '
softball team. Tigers and tied for the number one _..,,. -... .i:
spot in homeruns throughout the -' THIS FEAST
The 18-yea>*old Thomas, a power area (]A-SA teams) with 3. She was; : OF SAVINGS
/hitter and leading scorer for the also number one in the area with the ==r A4tt.- .
1906-87 Lady Tiger softball team at number of RBI's with 19 and was \\'I:!" ,
UCHS, won the designation as number two In the area with doubles .... Jj "* ..' ... f';
Player of the Year with the Astros with 4.Thomas. '_JI Iii1iff' 1
for being the only girl in the history i 'il
i of the team to maintain a .624 bate said she .--. .: ,. _w d t.
was very pleased :: .
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(RBIs). those individuals and businesseswho ...! .. ,
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chosen to the Astros team
last year after play on having an outstanding pete with the other players and new Demetrise Thomas a junior at UCIIS. was recently awarded the I
,I season as a member of the recruits for her chosen field position. designation of 1987 Player of the Year by the Jacksonville Astros,a senior
girls softball team.


II Girls Scouts Attend Birthday Celebration ,J. ... 1 >. TAKE,c,' AN ADDITIONAL OFF OF

I Girl Scouts from Bradford-Union ding of Girl Scouting: Marlon Con Scouts. They were joined by 200 Girl ties in North Florida &&C% ENTIRE STOCK
Neighborhood joined over 3,000 ner, noted for her presentations of Scouts depicting scenes from the From the beginning in 1912, Girl
I, adults and young people who attended women in history, protrayed Juliette history of the Gateway Girl Scout Scouting has existed to provide a Wed. Friday & Saturday
the Gateway Girl Scout Council's Low. Jacksonville community Council means for every girl to fulfill her
final 75th birthday celebration this theatre star Nick Nicoll played Lord Gateway Girl Scouting touches the potential. Badges that once included Nov. 25.27& 28
past weekend (November 20-22) in Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy lives of over 18,000 people in 15 coun- beekeeping and homemaking now

White Springs.By feature computers, aerospace and
bus and by car more than 100 business skills. WHY PAY MORE?
Girl Scouts from BU spent the day at Juliette how would be proud of her STORFA
Stephen Foster Memorial where girls in this area during the 75th
they enjoyed live folk entertainment celebration. They camped, learned < BLJI nt HB HOURS:
learned folk crafts and visited Dearborn -' aobut the world they live in and OlHiBOl>a 10-6
r with other troops. : shared their skills, talents and gifts
t; White Springs is the site of the se '" of service with the communities that LAYAWAY. SJOJP 4Sa: No TIMI'I.B AY6 j
cond droop formed in the United GAS HEATERS '' support them. VISA MASTERCARD DWY got .aTABDI !
States by Girl Scout founder, COMPLETELYINSTALLED '

t Juliette the state\ Low.of Florida.[t was the first troop in WITH '' ''tiCi 1 ', I, .. ,.--".....".".__ ....,' ,..,,,'..<.'- ',.'." ,"",--:'-.",,..;,..'". ,<,'....' "' ,, ..,;;.:.-,; "" >'-" "".'-' !=-'....__"> "",-11'1
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White Springs. She came to enjoy MCL. R pl '
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friends. The event, known as"Boomerang"brought

over 200 troops hi North girls Florida from to HEAT UP TO 5 ROOMS, CUT /
their historical roots.

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Florida folk art displayed their OVIM 20 MODELS TO TANKS M1TAUIOFROM '
crafts. An original play written by CHOOSI MOM VtMTED.UNVfNTIO 21 TO WOO OALS.
Mrs. Nat Taylor of Ponte Vedra HIATUS LOWIIT .
Beach told the history of the foun AND PUMMACISSTARKB Lt'OA aND 'T'aAINrrYltltpFjkdljlli !
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Driver] Gets 15 Years In Jewelry Store Robbery i

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A co-defendant in the Williams robbed Williams Jewelry last June, for the armed robbery of Jax' ordered to show cause why they did ed guilty to attempted introductionof
years Inmate Lawrence C. Herzog
not on October 26 at 9 contraband and sentenced to .
appear a.m. was
Jewelry Store ,rfcbbery was found I Jack L. Webb 36, was sentenced Liquors in Orange Park on June 20. Disposition for two jurors were Jour of Correc- charged with Inmate in possession of
guilty by a jury last week in Brad- The case was on the trial docket years Department
last week to four years for his role in postponed by Circuit Judge Osee tions. contraband was found guilty by a
ford County Circuit Court., the followed for October when a mistrial was Jury and was sentenced to six
robbery by ten years ,Fagan, one was excused for health yearsIn
The three woman, three man Jury probation. Roboch had already declared after Webb's attorney DOC consecutive with sentencenow
reasons, two were unserved (one Inmate Jimmy Stephens pled no
became ill.
reached a verdict at 3:15: p.m. Nov. pleaded guilty and is six serving.
in and
was living Germany one was contest to escape and was sentenceto
17. Circuit Judge Osee. Fagan years in DOC. deceased). 2Vi DOC consecutive with
Busy Week In BC years
sentenced Rick Webb 'to fifteen At the trial Roboch said the
in the of Circuit Court sentence now serving. Isldor Hernandez charged with attempting
years Department Correc- motivating factor behind the Final disposition included the
lions on the charge of robbery with a bery was to pay off a cocaine rob-I Both trial rooms were in use last state dismissing the charge against sexual battery and sexual
firearm. owed a drug dealer in Orange week in Bradford County Cour- Kenneth Gerald Smith for sexual Inmate Norman Horn was found battery by threat or force or.
Webb was driver of the car used The relative severity of Rick' thouse where jury selections for five battery by use of a deadly weapon. guilty of escape and was sentencedto violence likely to cause servious personal
by his older brother Jack L. Webb Webb's sentence was weighted by an scheduled trials and change of pleas twelve months DOC consecutivewith injury was found incompetent
and Steve C. Roborh after the two earlier conviction. He is serving 5'A1 were heard. Five jurors were. Inmate Jasper Larry Bourage pi- sentence now serving. toi mental stand trial and committed to a

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Gets 57 New Cases in Oct. / GIFT SHOP

72O EAST Call ST. STARke 964-0012

The Bradford Office of the State HRS on four petitions and seven peti- tery,placed on five years probation Stiley Marcellas Newsome arrested -
Attorney Eugene Whitworth received tions received nonjudicial action. make restitution, fined $500, attendalcohol April 28 for grand theft auto; "OUR ChRisTMAS Shop Is OPEN"
57 individuals Two of accepted.The counseling: attested Sept. 8
new cases and/or pleas guilty were pled no contest,placed on five years
felony defendants for prosecution following cases received final 1986 for VOP; pled guilty of orignaioffense ( probation, make restitution.Van .
during the month of October accor- disposition during the month of Oct. found guilty VOP, srevoked Harold Prescott arrested HANC MAdE ClinlsTMAS GifTS & DECORATIONS
ding to Investigator Wiley Clark. probation, restored probation, fined Aug. 29 for burglary, assault; fOR All AGES ANTIQUES Too
Three of the cases were prison Tommy Smith of Maxviile arrested $250:arrested Aug.29,1987 for VOP; dismissed, lacks prosecutive merit,
_related, __ __ Sept. 7 for grand theft; case pled no contest VOP,sentenced to 24 insufficient evidence as to this We will hold OPEN HOUSE
dismissed,imporper venue. months DOC. defendant.
Dcc.4 6PM-9PM
Information was filed 24 Inmate Lazaro Inclan Alemany Frederick Revoe Steel arrested
on prior Eugene Ronnie Autry aka Johnny
cases and The office declined to prosecute arrested May 29 for murder; pled no Eugene Cuteria arrested June 16 for August 28 for aggravated assault SATURdAy, Dec.5 1OA.1V1-5PV1(
nine cases and one case was contest second degree murder and grand theft auto; pled guilty, with deadly weapon; dismissed,victim REfREsI-IMENTS will be SERVEd
dismissed. There were no jury was sentenced to 12 years Department sentenced to 3V4 years DOC, con- failed to appear for testimony,
trials. The office conducted two of Corrections, consecutive. secutive to any sentence serving. case lacks prosecutive merit.
state attorney investigations and filed Clara Yvonne Lee arrested Sept,
one felony appeal. 19 for grand theft;dismissed,victim .
Two violation of probations were does not wish to prosecute.
filed and nine pleas of guilty were Dusty E.Roberts arrested Jan.31, I rT t See meat SAWYERRCA
accepted 1986 for juror tampering; pled guiltyto
attempted juror tampering TerwillegarMotors
Eighteen misdemeanor cases August 18,1986,placed on 12 months
were filed and seven prior cases probation, fined $500: arrested
were dismissed by the office in October August 11 for violation of probation;
said Clark. The office declined pled guilty probation revoked and forNew&Used
to prosecute seventeen cases. reinstated for one year,same conditions r
There were two nonjury trials and plus defendant to pay not less Vehecles
five guilty pleas were accepted. than$25 per month towards fine and I 209 W. Madison St. Starke
Three petitions were filed in Ricky Robert Tyson arrested Wj
juvenile court. The state attorney NOv. 11, 1984 for aggravated battery ; 964-7200
declined the recommendation by ; pled; guilty to attempted bat- f s ,
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residents who are interested I
in a Nursing Assistant Course in
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January) should contact the Santa 4r
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The eight week, non-credit course
(240 contact hours) is designed to FISHER
of skill for ,
develop a degree nurses
aides that will meet nursing home TO GIB 7 -- GOLDSTAR s
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For more information,please call
Lila Yawn at the SFCC Starke bank takes this

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Ex-CO Gets ProbationFor scheduled for December 11 from to Roger Lee Johns,37,of Starke was :
S p.m. at the UCI Training Building.Dr. arrested Nov 20 for driving under i << I It
Sexual.. Assault Nancy Haynes wll speak on influence, according to Deputy
A correctional {leer who pled no Stress Management.! Barry King. Johns' blood alcohol t e ;
contest to lewd and lascivious A Christmas social will be at S content was .21 percent. He was I I
assault of a 12-year-old girl was released after a $624.50 surety bond '
y) sentenced to probation Nov. 23. p.m.For further information 'contact was posted.
,J Robert Graves, 40, who was Ed Sands, Lawtey Correctional Institution ,
employed at Union Correctional Institution or Susan Dugger, UCI.
until earlier this ,month, l I II II
was arrested in Lake Butler in July.
The victim said Graves fondledher Recent ArrestsIn FlIP Troopers
and tried to get her to perform Continue License, I
sexual acts. The victim and her Bradford CountyThe I
since moved from Vehicle Inspections
family have following arrests were madein 1
Union County and did not wish to Bradford County by local Bradford CountyThe
testify. authorities. Florida Highway Patrol will LNIIT
Graves was given ten year's probation and
be driver license
by County Judge David Charles Johnson,33 of Gainesvillewas vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- 10' 4 .w r .
Relman. circuit judge,
i acting guidelines and arrested Nov.21 for retail theft, ing the week of Nov.27 through Dec.
I recommdations sentencing Assistant State according to Patrolman K.R.Hinds, 3 on SR-21, SR-100, SR-230, SR-18, Jr. Johnson was stopped as he at- SR-16, CR-18, CR-16, CR-21B,
Attorney David tempted to exit TG&Y, he had two CR-225, CR-125 CR-229, CR-231,
pairs of jeans, two sweaters and a CR-227,CR-221, CR-230 and CR-100A
Starke Police sweatshirt in ace bandages on his in Bradford County.Recognizing it ,r
t Enforcing ParkingOfficers legs, according to the arrest report.He the danger presentedto ilaz
was released after a $210 cash the public by defective vehicle I w
of the Starke Police bond was posted. equipment, Troopers will concen-
Department are enforcing parkingin trate their efforts on vehicles beina
fire lanes and handicap areas, according James Lynn Ormond, 19, of Brad- operated with defects such as bad
to Chief Jimmy Bowen. ford County was arrested Nov. 20 for brakes, worn tires and defective
Violators parking in the fire lane forgery: uttering a bank check, according lighting equipment. In addition, attention
in front of the pew Winn Dixie Store to Investigator David will be directed to drivers
and/or handicap parking spaces will Aderholt. Bond was set at $500. He who would violate the driver license _
be ticketed, said Bowen. was released on his own laws of Florida. .
The public is reminded to leave recognizance. The Patrol has found these check- ---
the fire lane open and not to use points to be an effective means of en- Christmas Play After the Big Parade...
designated parking spaces unless Jeffery R. Mateljan, 21, was arrested forcing the equipment and driver
your vehicle is equipped with proper Nov. 18 on a capais charging license laws of Florida while insuring SUrhe'*Annual Christmas parade at 10 ajn.Saturday,Dee. S wllll end at the Starke Center parking lot of Santa
decals and identification.Council uttering a forged bank check according the protection of all motorists. Fe Community College, where the Bradford High School Band will present ihort concert and a Christmas clay win
to Investigator Aderholt. Bond be performed by the Santa Fe Shtrfn8l'1ayer..Santa will abo be on hand for the youngiter.
On Crime was set at $150, he was released on Union CountyThe In "Snow White' Merry Cbrbtmai", Prince Charming It played by Waayne CrlbU,the s.ggIng.tepmMber by Paula
his own recognizance.James Florida Highway Patrol will Van Allen and Snow White k KeWe Baldwin. Deanna Tomlliuon the Spirit of Cbrbtmai and Snow While'
DelinquencyHas be conducting driver license and grandchildren are Michelle Clark and Tommy Crosby.In .
Meeting The Florida Lee Martin, 19, was ar vehicle inspection checkpoints dur- the photo from left to right In the top rows Leah Mawey,Wayne Crlbtw Kellie Baldwin and Brad Cr_.
Council on Crime and Delinquency, rested Nov. 18 on a violation of probation ing the week of Nov.28 through Dec. Bottom row Paula Van Allen and Eric Starling.
Chapter V. met Nov. 12 in the Train- charge form Columbia Coun- 3 on SR-100, SR-121, SR-231, SR-241,
ing Building at the Reception ty, according to Patrolman Kathy SR-238, CR-18, CR-237, CR-229, -
Medical Center. Mercer. He was released to Colum- CR-125, CR-231A, CR-24A and CR-
Deputy Secretary of Florida bia County authorities. 798A in Union County.

Bachman Department presented of Corrections a program David D. Traffic i Right JjJJ 'I vr i i1i8

"State of the Department; An Up- Donald Lavaughn Henderson, 45,
date" and "What's was arrested Nov. 18 for driving
Statewide FCCD". Bachman is while license suspended (DWLS), FOREMOST a+ PRICE-WISE Sale'
statewide president of FCCD. according to Trooper Phillip Prices I .
DOC Youthful Offender Program Kraszewski. He was released after a + "_I Good BUY ONE
Director James G. Mitchell $210 cash bond was posted. '
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presented a program on "Boot comb ne to bring you Thru W.., ". GET ONE
Camp", an explanation of "Boot Arnold Ray Evans 20, of Starke : LOWER PRICESI D C.2 .
Camp", the philosophy, goals, etc. was arrested Nov. 18 for DWLS, according FREE
A spaghetti dinner and social hour to Lt. William Tillotson. He 452 N. Temple Ave. (Hwy 301)
I followed the program.The was released after a $210 surety
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted .
STUMPKNOCKER Hi 1980 model boat
Telegraph I to office the In Bradford and County with 1981 M.rcury 9.8 hp motor ... Call 782.3003.8/2OTFchg brown, lost teen at Ernett Allen't /. .205 N. Tom,pI., Starlet,1,(
advance writing paid galvanized trailer etec. trolling motor CENTRAL FLA. DAILY NEWSPAPER needtexperienced home on Grlffit Loop. Pleate return.Elth.r .
established with this cr.dlt off lc..It already and battery. $900. /31.1541,11l92tpdI126 layout artltt. Nationally drop back off at this home on 11 Cecelia Terwiiiegar I
known excellent Grlffit call and I will
organization Loop or come pick
THI TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT Bl BORUM JET BOAT 18 ft.. 460 c.l. Ford benefltt, salary and career opportuni up. 964.6305 or 964-6493 no question .....NIWUSTINO.....
HELD RESPON3IBLI FOR MISTAKES IN engine with chrom. "goodies", drlv. ty. Send retume to 2O2-P. P.O. Box otked. 11/19 3t 12/3 Wl AM PROUD TO PRESENT o lovely 3 BR. 2V4 Ba custom built home. LR.

THI CLASSIFIEDS TELEPHONE.Classified WHEN. AD IS TAKEN OVER on trailer. Extra tharp. Lt. 1899 Inverness, Fl 32650. Icon 87-466 CLASS RING FOUND IN KEYSTONE with tlreploce DM. eot-ln kitchen extra large utility room tcreened
blue/metalllake. MUST SELL. REDUCEDTO STARKE-BMADFORD COUNTY CHAMBEROF HEIGHTS Inscribed Cindy. Class of porch garage, CHtA thermal window, ocre of land brick pump haute t
NOON deadline It TUESDAY. $4,200"Make offer! 782.3660. TFlm| COMMERCE It now taking applications 1982 Texat. Call 473-3609. Itpd 11/26 with ttorage. Rd. 16W ft 54th Axe., $68.000.
Classified prior Thursday publication. for on Executive Director. Pleate .....HOMES.....
5:00 P.M.display Sp.clol deadline Classified) TUESDAY WATERFRONT PROPERTY submit resume with all particular to BEST NEIGHBORHOOOi 365 E. Mimosa targe, Immaculate, brick home,

placement I I. NOT Guaranteed.display .. Director, P.O. Box 460 Starke, Fl WANTEDPREFER CHAA nicely landtcaped lot 296x148. 67000.
32091. D.odlln. Nov. 30 1987. 11/19 LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT Keyttone, beautiful
15 words for charg.$3.50.for th.n classified 15 eentt ads for It SAMPSON and lake LAKE acc...ESTATES. Lots available Lake front from 2tchg 11/26 TO BUY 1 ACRE on Hwy 100 Wett Spanish ttyle ham., 3430,.'., 10 ocret, tprlnkler system 4 BR, 2Vt bo for
to mal
LR, fully equipped kitchen FR brick
Ig. fireplace
each word th.r.aft.r.PERSONALS. 9000. Zoned Ret/mobile home. 3 % on outskirts of Stork. Without wat.r patio pool ailing
miles west of Starke on beautiful drive, d.p.ndabl., non-smoker. Room hookup $3.800. With wat.r hookup up font, 2 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., mtgt. 135.0001
and board small Glv.
Sampson Lake ((2000 -f acret) Excellent plus salary. to $5.000.259-/048: or 2597757. 11/26 ULTIMATE IN EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco 8 block beauty with 3400 ..f., 6yr.
referencet .
telephone number .alaryrequlr.m.n"
old 2'ocrn In
2tpd 12/3 on Lawtey area Spacious..Elegant..Prestlael
fishing skiing and boating.
904-964-7755 housing NEED GOOD RELIABLE PERSON to OWNER FINANCING 310 Church St., 20000.
aliowanc.Wrlt. to: Eld.rly Car., P.O. babysit 4 old Sunday thru Thursday ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St., 3/2 brick roof
v533.2038 Own.r/brok.r 8/13 tfnchg Draw.r A, Starke. Fla. 32091. 11/19 TF yr. new carport, n.w Carrier
ALONE Call BRINGING PEOPLE EARN EXTRA MONEY full time.Income 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call Charm 4733512. heat pump larg. tcreened porch utility shad extra lot.
or part
TOGETHER! Starke't most respected LAND FOR SALE Build.... 964.5920 after 5 p.m. 11/262tpd 123WANTED CONSOLIDATED HOME 8 OFFICE OR APTi Cory comfortable 2 BR. 2 Ba
dating service tlnce 1977. All aget Including 11/19 2tpd 11/26 brick 2424 tq. ft.on 5 acr... Intercom central vac. CHS.A celling font, attic

tanlor cltlz.n. RN't, LPN'ti full/part tlm., p.rmanm.nt PEOPLE WHO LIKE TO HAVE FUN) fan. fully equipped kitchen enclosed porch. Buck stove, 436 ft.
1-800-648-4401.4/2 Ifn 13 ACRES ((4% acne cleared rest In shift RN Specialist provide crisis Intervention STARKE LANES garage, 616 tq. ft. teparate office or apt. lawtey area
WEIGHT PROBLEMS App.tlt., arthritis, good timber 2 BR mobile home utedat and clinical .up.rvl.lon to a UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3. pool $105,000
respiratory batdnest, breattt, blood a r.ntal at .ntranc. of property. psychiatric unit. Requlret thr. yeart Pet Ij Bonnie Wagn.r POLK ST: Slnglewlde. CH AC unit $ 14,000
presture, circulatory cramps, ulc..., S.v.ral money-making p.can tr... R.N. experience. Salary rang. Love to Meet You MENG DAIRY ROAD:4/2,2 story, 12 ores $ 83,000
cataract., fingernails, headachet, around mobile home. $28.000, You $829.92.$1.358.58 biweekly plus shift New Hours SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1983 DW fireplace, high lot $ 30,000
tterlllty, Impotency yeatt In'ectlon.oth.1 Finance. Call for appt. 964.6305 days or differential Graduate nur... con Op.n 11 ..m. Dally EDWARDS LOOP:3 BR, 2 Ba 1 ocre, left go country $ 62,000
Call 904-325-0861. Certified 964.6493 aft.r 6 p.m. TFjo sidered. Contact Merrlet Higgins, Itpd 11/24 ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman dream $ 25,000
Herbalist N.S.P. fcon 87459. LOT IN CITY 6000. Call 964.5764; after NEFSH. Macclenny 32063 BROOKER: 3/2 brick and from. Shady Oak. S/D. extra lot $ 44.000
OVERWEIGHT late up to 30 Ibt. In 30 5, call 9645251. 3/07 tfn
904-2596211 .... 114. 11/19 2tchg MENG DAIRY RD.: 2.25 okra, 3/1 CB CH/A, to near $ 40,000
days for at low at $501 Doctor r com 44 ACRES with 2 BR house or will dlvld. 11/26 MOBILE HOMES
mended. 100% CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba,CH/A from. 41,000
moneyback guarantee.MCVlta Into 10 acre or more tracts 964.7771 or DRIVER/KLLMi Openings for experienced
accepted. For Immediate 964.4531.5/14 TFchg long haul drivers, both tingle and FOR SALE ....COMMERCIAL.....
delivery 18002267546. fcan 87-460 MOBILE HOME LOTS on. acre and up. teamt. Also driving school groduotet ZONED COMMERCIAL U5'x165'.enterprlte zone, near ho.pltal. Great oocett.

S.v.ral locations. Some with hookups Inquire about OTR second driver pro- MOBILE HOME FOR SALE rent to own $ 25.000.
R.V.s. CAMPERS all with EZ termt. Ralph Bryan gram. 1 1800323.9386 (M-F. 8.5)). fcan your own mobile home. Several to THOMPSON ST: 11,3621 f., brick Ent.rpris.Zon., Benefltt $ 80,000
TRAVEL TRAILERSTWO Realty 9646208. 9/24 TF 87-462 choose from. Call 468-1323 for Informa 301 N: 1.5 acret, MH hook-up. 2 bldgt, 240"on 301, great value 37,000
OPPORTUNITY CALLS Marketing Co. expanding tion. 10/8TF 301 N: by Econo Lodge 165.0V on 301 120.000
PERSONAL SERVICESWANT to this area needs key peopl. NEW 4 USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy 301 N: approximately' 150' x apprax. 220 $125,000
TRAVEL TRAILERS good condition In management petition. Rapid promo. Wellt at A&W Mobil. Hornet, 964.6407 301 N: Dairy Queen Building 1_.. option? Reduced $ 85,000
equipped. On. 22 ft.. $800, on. 32 ft., TO DRINK tions. Training provided Call or 964.6108.8/11 tfnrw 301 S: 193301 frontage $ 83,000
18009644883. 111192tchg 11/26 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS 813-996-6791.: out of town call 24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE all let up In Olln'l 301 and Washington Street. 262.5 x 105' $ 91,500
WANT TO STOP 1.800.624.2232 .xt. 118. fcan 87-464 Subdivision. Ready to move Into. 301 S: 135 ft.on 301. approx. 2acret.po( .tible4Ac.) $130,000
THAT'SOURSAlcoholic. HI, BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 13800. Financing avallabl. Call
CARS VANS work and .....ACREAGE.....
TRUCKS Anonymous wanting part-time delivering 964-5606.6/11 tfnchg
964-4150-964-2000 counter work. Great for ttudentt. 2 DOUBLEWIDE REPO'Sl Financing GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100w* Hwy 225. 40 plus Ac,.. $ 60.000

1912 CUTLASS SUPREME $3,000 cash. pd thru 12/31 Vlto't Plzia. 11/26 2tchg 12/3 available. Call 1.272.0625 collect tfn RD. 100 EAST: 1.31 acret, wooded and platted $ 7,000

9645812. -ton. blue, tinted window. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Fr.. R.N.t All shifts, Monday-Friday. Good 2 USED DOUBLEWIDESi Low payment 105th AVE.. LAWTEY: 2 'At ocret cleared $ 8,000
rally wheelt. TFc. .stimat s. Handy-Man Fence Co. pay good benefltt. Contact Kay Dowl- Low down payment. Call 1-2720650 HAMPTON -438 acr_. This property hat everything $438,000
HUNTERS SPECIAL '73 Ford 4x4 runt Own.r Tommy Reddish. 964.8559 tfn ing 259-3151 ..t. 215. 11/26 2tchg collect tfn LAWTEY: 3 ocret, 103th Av., good $ 13,000
good needt minor repalrt. Asking HANDYMAN carpentry painting electrical 12/3 SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 1120 sq ft. RD 100 E: 12 acret plus fish pond wide open spaces $ 26,000
$850. 7823907. Itpd 11/26 ', complete home repair. L.P.N.'t All shifts MondayFriday.Good manufactured home. 3 BR. 2 bath ..t FLUME RD.: 9 .joint Country Club. Condos?Tim.Share? $ 49,000SR I
1910 TOYOTA HATCHBACK SR5 Corolla Reasonable rot... Licensed contractor. pay and good benefit Contact up on shady lot. $251 per month. Olin. 16 WEST: opprox. 7 ocr.s $13,000
5 tpeed manual transmission AC. RB0049306 Call Mitch. 4733940. 1/9tfn Marl. Brook., 259-3151 ext. 223. Home Center 9645606. 11/12 4tchg OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful ocr_. river frontage 15,000 I

AM/FM ttereo and cottette play.r. COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry ll/262tchg 12/3 ___ 12/3 LAURA CHURCH RD., 40 acret, 1970 MH 2 barns,
Good condition. $800. Call Charm painting electrical, plumbing. REAL ESTATE LICENSING only $195.:Call> THREE BEDROOM 2 both on IVs acr... 3 wellt, farrowing pen $ 75,000
4733512. Itpd 11/26 Reasonable rot... Licensed contractor 17554040. North Florida Real Ettate Rd. 16 Eastmil. out of city. 1600. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 ocr_, 3 wells,
RB0049306 Mitch 473-3940. 8/20TFchg College. 7/30tfn 964-6305 from 8-5 p.m. or 964.6493 2 teptlc tankt, 2 polet, owner finance $ 30,000 I
YARD SALES DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can't SEWERSi Women't apparel swing facT aft.r 6 p.m. 11/12TF Or will spilt each $ 27.000 I .
because of high cost of child car.? I am tory. Experienced operatort needed, ASSUME J BRi 2 bath. $159 per month. BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acret, owner finance, great location $ 82,332 \
Christian woman that wants to help. alto mechanic. GVL Fashions, 904-351-8514. 11/19 2tchg 11/26 I
FOUR FAMILIES Saturday 9 til. Two Call 782.3462.9/10 TF Gainesville. 335-7366. 10/22 TF TAKE OVER PAYMENTS own.r must .....LOTS.....
blocks North of Bak.ry on LAWN SERVICE: Residential & commercial HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED experience and ..11 3/2 $149 per month. Crosby lake Lot 100 ft. $ 19,800

Westmoreland. 10/29 TF .. landscaping tree removal lawns following preferred. 9646777. 10/22 TFR.N.L.P.N.'t 904.351.85111l9 2tchg 11/26 Country Club Ettatet 2 lott. one ocre each $ 7.3001 $ 8,300
I vacuumed. No lob too big or tmall.W. needed by national company HUGE FAMILY SPECIAL 28><68. Hornet of Klngtley Lake Village: 2 loft $
) I HOMES .... fr..III".964.4238" U5 TF to do blood draws and BP check. Merit $279 p.r month. Fr.. delivery. Lake Lot 2: Moke Offer ,_, S )J7.0OO
'" WILL BABYSIT In my home Mon-Frl hot In Starke ar.a. Starting In December. Uncle Roy't, 9O4-351-8514.: 11/192tchg Washington&Ch.rryst:2lot. $ 8.000
! "FOR SALE lunches tnackt, large play yard and Top pay for qualified people. Call 11/26 Winding Tree Lake Lot 246. Florida Frontl.r $ 15.000
learning program. Have reference 18008242130. 1l/123tchg 11/26 $ 0 MONEY DOWN 100% financing.
Call Shawna 9644755. 11/12 FOUR MATURE Fr. credit by phon. After Hour
2 BR, 1 BA with 2-cor garage. Perfect for 11/26 3tpd talet. temporary 904-351-8514. 11/19 2tchg 1126REPO'S Ann.Terwllleger Nelten 473-7541
t.l.phon. Being well known In
retired coupl. Easy walking dlttance with little or no John Langford.M.dnAppr.lso 44-2291
JAMES STRICKLAND'S SALES ft SERVICE community h.lpful, but not necessary. : IDlY assumption
to new shopping center. 29999. Call
964.5606.4/30 tfn N.w and used machines, all type hob. You can earn ov.r $120 p.r week for mon.y down. Doublet and Randy Cory 475-2397

i%% ASSUMABLE on $22.000 3 BR 2 by ft croft, Baby-Lock, Sergert, |lust 20 hours of your time. Also two tlnglewldet. 901.351.8511.11/19 2tchg
Dressmaker SeamMastert 8 mor.. messengert with .mall late model car
ba, brick veneer home with fireplace Corn.r Rd. ft behind and of call- 12x60 MOBILE HOME 1970 model,
Morgan Hwy. 16 or pickup knowledge local
and on 3 acret. Beautiful) home.Reduced ..
garage 2700. Call 473-1050. 11/19 4tchg
to 59500. Unlt.d Really of Handy-Way. 9648733. 11/12 TF Ing area for light d.liv.ry. Go. fur.
MOBILE HOME RE-LEVELING, 964.6604 or nished. For Interview contact Mrt. Day 12/10
Starke, 964.8447 or 4733627. 11/12 TF 964-4088 aft.r 5 p.m 11/I 19 2tchg 11/26 at 964.3000 or 964.3001 from 9 a.m.-Ip.m. 19(4 FLEETWOOD CROWN POINT mobile Custom Homes ; _r_"."
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 I (U Luxurious Contemporary
2 like
and 5.9 Closed from Saturday home, 14x70. CHSA, 2 BR. boo IWlvlneuUUdTKariBe .
R.poirl) foreclosures repot, tax delinquent HAULING TRAVEL TRAILERS MOVED 1 pm until p.m.5 p.m. Monday. 11/19 new .xtra nice 964.4900.11/26 2tchg in design and pricel: ) ....wtadowt
propertlet. Now telling your 9642000. 11/26 3tpd 12/10 11/26 12/3 Cathedral eiUlnfe
area. Call 1-315-736-7375 EXT. H-FL-53 DENTAL 2tchg ASSISTANT for established UP TO $2.000 CASH BACK for your Kit Form or Erected Shell :s.wlad.k,
for curr.nt list 24 h... 11/I 9 3tpd 12/3 mobile home trade-In. What could be Int>rld..lyn' lUubllily
NEW HOME custom built 3 BR, 2 bath Stark.benefltt.practice.based Short work week and better for Christmas than a n.w home For FREE presentation call: FHAIiVAAcMpUd

brick Veneer, 1840 t.f. heated and COMMERCIAL PROPERTY experience.Salary 964-7501 on 11/19 ability 2tchg and 2.000 cash? Call Allen 7831420. John E. Curie United Realty of Start oBk: 8&J-&U7 home: 4733627Bailtta
cool_. Screened back porch, Inside 11/26 Itchg 11/26
woodwork beautiful, nlc. RENTLEASESALETWO CLERK/CASHIER needed. $15' PER MONTH 3 BR. n.w
neighborhood. Call 964.6131 eves. Full time petition. Apply at Pep-O 620S. daub IIde. fr.. delivery and tet up.
11/19 2tchg 11/26 Walnut St. ll/192lchg 11/26 Fully furnished, guaranteed financing
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for available. Mutt sacrifice. $1399 down
lease. 1000 tq. ft. ft 1250 tq.ft. Hwy. Call .
13.25 240 months. Allen
14.707 to S66.819 yearly. Now hiring.
301 South 964 8848, 413.3621.10/15 TF
OUT OF AREA CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant Call JOB LINE 1.518.459.3611 Ext. F3377 7831420. Itchg I
for Info. 24 hr. NO CREDIT BAD CREDIT NO problemt.guaranteed :
11/193tchg 12/10
equipment for lease. Will tell equ' available
EASY WORK) Excellent financing on
m.nt separately. Across from Santa F. r
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and Community College. Best restaurant products at ham. Call for Information. mobil. hornet. For tlncere help callAllen. .

dry wooded lott. Mobile home, cabin. location In town. 961.7188.8/6 tfnchg 504.641.8003. ..t. A9579. 11/194tpd LAND AND, 7831420.NEW MOBILE Itchg 11/26 HOME for lest

camping" O.K. Hunting and fishing. FOR LEASE 1.000 tq. H., 301 Southn.xt 12/10 than $200 month. Call Allen 783-1420. 864-4 22
$5.450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. to United Realty 964.8843. 964.8447, STARKR FL
MIDDLE AGE WOMAN WANTED to live in Itchg 11/26
((9 evet. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENTi Ideal for tmallbutinest
and Plac. live financing available. ur
room. to and salary. guaranteed
RUSTIC CEDAR CABIN In North Carolina; r ,
furnlthed. Conve-
9647184. 11/26 285.48 month 12.00 APR. 132
AR Insulated windows and
2 1
nl.nt to courthouse. 880 N. Temple month. Call Allen 7831420. Itchg
doors, wraparound deck good tcenlc
Av., 9647357. 11/54tchg 11/26 11/26 r
view on % acre lot. Hat Heotllator puul K art
fireplace almost compl.t. Call W.B. r Btif '
McKlnney. 964.5699 or 964-6078 for ;.!<*<. .. ,{* >* /-i!*:*

mar. Information. Itpd 11/26 s..

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_HORSES FOR SALIi Reasonable, would Located Hwy. 3O1 2 Blocks South of SR 100 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL.

make nice Xmas gifts for your kldt. 221 W. Lafayette Street Starke -A LOTTA ROOM FOR THE MONEY story redecorated, 1800 ..f. In Starke. convenient .
Call 533.2312 or 964.7534 or 964-7883 to shopping and hospital. $39,000..HOMES .
or 964.8046. 11/19 4tpd 12/10
GUINEA PIG brown with whit. ring on .
neck. Compl.t. with cage $20 poodl.
apricot born 6/20/87 $200. 9645681. 964-5O69 COUNTRY LIVINGt 20 acret, large 2 story home nice barn many pecan tr_..

... ll/192tchg 11/26 $69.000.
lUtLDOO PUPPIESl bred for large tlze: EXTRA CLEAN Doublewlde 3 BR. 1M boo tatelllte. dish 3 ocr_, 32000.

10 weekt, 2 f.mal. for$75: on. female NEAT AS A PIN New roof new bathroom close to Starke. Only 26000.
_.for $35. Call 48. 4.11/l92tpd 11/26 y l ONI OP THE FINEST 3/2 doublewtdet on 3 acts. paved rod $49.000.
k JUST REDUCED Two mobile hornet on 2.9 ocr.o, good Investment. 18000.
VACATIO. ESORTS OR : Says OWNER SAYS OET OFFER for doublewlde, 10 ocr_ of good land $47.000.

RENTALS MOBILI HOMI ft 19 PLUS ACRES Private, but only 10 minute from Stork.A ..
SPECIAL BUY 2 IN. I bath CHftA. on molar| highway. 26500.

I COTTAGES. Fully furnished. CRYSTAL LAKE ARIAS over 2000 ..f., better-than-new brick horns $110,000.
weekly monthly rat. Alto Dally/ "Thanks" LAWTEY A.EA.3 BR, 2 Ba CB, approx. 1500 ..f., on 1 acre $53.000.

:. home park spans for rent and hornet

'Highland Rd., Franklin N.C. ((704)I all ACRES on SR 16 ft Morgan Rd. Seller motivated.

924-4605. 6/1 I tfnchg TWO LOTS-CRYSTAL LAKE HOMISITUl $...800 for both.
KINGSUY LAKE Two lots reduced
VILLAGE to 5000.

J .STDOUT.RE A4I?: Faulkner Realty says Thanks for the opportunity of serving the ONI LOT ON BROOKLYN LAM COVE Beautiful beach 30000.

Incorporated \ In this and we hope you'll have many things in your life LAKI LOTS on Sampson Lake.
people area
LI R.alatat.Brok- SAMPSON CITY ARIAS Deer hunting I. good on this 13 ocr_, 32000. Owner'

.BM ...teeioii AW<...$.*-) to give Thanks for. financing.
COUNTRY CLUB lots from
S.....,N...t building 6500. Some with owner financing.

tfrI-mi 7J.3OH'I6i"2O LAKI HOMES.
oe. to oWttoiv Ir\eIM city Susan M. Faulkner GRI CRB BRICK HOMI on shady lot with sandy beach.: Below appraised value. .
EXCITING CONTEMPORARY HOMI on lake, mlnutet from Starke.
llmltt. 2 III lurnlihed h fw?. Included very private 'i
toned mobile home parka g PRESIDENT L.I:! BEAUTIFUL LAKE HOME built by Warren Steventon Con.tructlon Co.

1450.1 2-ttory, oft. house (fY.//hod,1st-. REALTOR TWO STORYl 3 BR. 2 ba CHftA. dock and boathoute. 99500.

6.Mr. Epperton St. '
433: Mobile\ o(4'I( 11 Ic., peco gr9"..'? RENTALS*
a,5. t.lows.S414 ., Real tor Associates Evenings Realtor Associates Evenings FOR RENT older. large home with CHftA, walk to everything
Southern Estate home S ac::

Lawfey pou ,'" ."'. .A0 Lucille Spry..964-8420 We Invite Inquiries On Our Other Listings
tottaetttejbuetnbesf Irene L Faulkner. .
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Sta.rke. Colorful,

Keysto n e Heights. 1 Crunchy.

.-..-- .._ .L. _., --- ""n_.._ _........ ---_.__ -----u_ Cookie Squares!

FOR SALE FOR SALE. FOR RENT NOTICE I easy to make easy to
They're and oh-so-versatile. Bar.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS A* low at WHOLESALE TRAMPOLINESi LOWEST HOUSE KM RINTi call 964-7899. Itpd CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. cookies are a great snack or dessert,
$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tin PRICE EVER! I On month only 14 ft.i 11/26 mitted to the Lake Region especially when they're made with
NEWSPAPER PLATESt Aluminum.Measure galvanized, $259.93. ChristmasLayaway. TWO BEDROOM HOUSI for root. 615' fice In writing and paid "M&M .") Plain and Peanut
*::24.36".25 cent each. Great ..$25 hold'tll Christmas.Call Washington $250. No pet. 4733628., unless credit Is already Chocolate Candies.
for patching and repair TELEGRAPH, now.'Jax 1-778-3327. 10/22 9tpd 12/17 llchg 11/26 with this office.MONITOR Gorp Ban are a combination of
135 W. Call SI. 964-6309. '.7 HONDA 100SX four trck new$2300, STATI EMPLOYEES need homo close to STAFF delightfully different ingredients
ALICIA HAY n.w hay, $25. Delivery now $1700 OBO. Daytlm 964.7913 or your work? We have clean mobile RESPONSIBLE FOR including banana chips and golden
available.All hay In barn 7 mil.*West 6-10 p.m. 3780328. 11/26 4tchg 12/17 homes avallobl 468-1323.1018 TF CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD'IS raisins. Perfect time, they don't
of Stark on Rd. 16, Jimmy Gaskln AVOCADO REFRIOERATORi working NIW MOBILE HOMIt ft. wide, contra) THE TELEPHONE. any Chocolate lovers
:' 964-e356.8/21 TFchg Icemaker, needs minor repairs. Makeme hoot and air, lurnlshwj. Mutt sae. Classified deadline Is : even require baking. delicious
GAS STOVIi 36 Inch, $75. Phon. an offer. 964-6634: after 6:30 p.m. 4681323. 10/8 TF to Thursday publication. will be thrilled by
964.5684.9/24 TF Itpd 11/26 12x43 MOBIL HOMES 3 BR. 2 Bo, on I Minimum charge Is I S Rocky Road Brownies with walnuts -
LIMEROCK. FILL SAND hauled and WOOD STOVE FOR SALE with completehookup. acre. 964-4238. $230/month. 10/29 TF then 13 cents for each word raisins and miniature marsh-
proad.. 782.3172, Allen Taylor CoIl468.1399.ltpd 11/36 SMALL FRAME HOUSES 2 BR. carpet mallows. Oats, spice, and "M&M's"
Lawtey. 9/24 TF EARLY AMERICAN couch and .-._ throughout In country, $200 per PERSONAL Chocolate Candies help make Spicy
ALICIA HAY. Fresh cut, $25 a roll. All good condition. Other miscellaneous month. No house pets Adults only. Banana Bars quite a tasty treat. '
hay under barn. 7 miles from Stark.on Items. 1210 Bradford St., 964.6137.ltpd Call 964.8602.01mm GORP BARS
Hwy. 16 toward prison. 964-6167 or 11/26 OFFICI BUILDINOi S rooms, wall to wall PRESSURE WASHING 2 bite-size crispy corncerealequaree
783-3727. 64lfnPlIIWOOD. 1979 MERCURY COUGAR XR7. $800; carpet, contra! air. Perfect for Doctoror homes, pools, decks, ,' cups
$45 for long wheelbose Smith Corona electric portable Attorney's oHIc For moro Info, call estimates' Call Rob 2V4 thin pretzel sticks
truck load with free fat typewriter, $30. 964-6373. tfnchg cup> ,
lighter. Itpd 11/26 Jewel or John, 964.6305. TFlmm| broken In half
964-4238. 10/29 TF TWO ITEMS Snapper Tractor II hp, 3 yrt. THRU ROOMS and bath, furnished LAWN MOWING 'I
WOOD HEATER with chlmn.y can be used old, new $2300, must sell for $1450; apartment. Private entrance. $175 Call The Lawn Barber. IVi cup 'M&M's"Plain or
In mobile homo or hou... $250. Also Emerson AC, 14.000 BTU. $130. month, no pets 9648071. 11/19 2tchg Estimates 3/5 tfnchg Peanut Chocolate Candle
9644238. 10/29 TF Call 964-4133 after 3 p.m. It pet 11/26 11/26 CARPET CLEANING C ft. 1 cup banana chip
BALDWIN ORGAN Interlude Console, PICKUP TRUCK PARTS for sate! for full. TRAILER IN LAWTIYi no children Upholstery, truck <4 cup golden raisin
doubt keyboard with built In rhythms size Ford truck. 964.8569. 11/26 4tchg 782-3344 or 7823942. 11/19 TFco team extraction. V4 cup butter or margarine
Compl.t.with music book and bench. 12/17 ONI BR FRAME HOUSE furnished estimates. 11/3-12/31 V4 cup creamy peanut butter
Asking $2,300. 431-1341. 11/19 2tpd wood/gas heat Breaker area. $130 WILL BAtYSIT IN MY HOME 1 bag (10 oz.) marshmallow .
11/26 ma. plus deposit. Call 485-1364. 11/19 experienced, In large bowl combine cereal
PIANO FOR SALE Wonted-responsible, FOR RENT 2tpd 11/26 11/26-12/3 pretzels, candies, banana chips andraisins.
party to take ov.r low monthly 137 ft 139 I. CALL STREETS 3500 ..f. on 2 HOME IMPROVEMENT, In medium saucepan melt
payments on spinet piano.Can be tn floor. Available Dec. 13. For lease tions or complete build In" together butter,peanut butter and
locally. Call 813-489-1323 or writ RENTALS AVAILABLE $150 per month with option. Clyde W. Simpson, experience serving marshmallows. Stir over low heat
Credit Dept, Box 8547, Ft. Myr, Fla. and up. Call Susan F. Faulkner, BrokerOwner 19043566849. 11/19 TF Counties 473-4018. 5/28 tfn until mixture is smooth. Immediately
339O8. 11/19 3tpd 13/3 at 964-5069 964-4048 TF FLOOR SAGGING Door
CHRISTMAS TREES ChooM and cut Ilea OFFICE ON 301 Contact or Ron Denmark THRU BR/1 BATH, garage, CH/A, paved House out of level?? pour mixture over cereal,
tr_ from 2,000 shaped pine and cedar at 964-3316. 6/25 tfn street, security lights, close to hospitaland service for all your mixing until cereal and other ingredients -
1.10 E to HvIy 125 ..It at Glen St. 143 BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and $350. elem. school. I Yr. lease, .73.7721.7/91fnchg are thoroughly coated. Press
Mary'. Go 12 mile North on Hwy 123. Call 964.5377 alter 5:30: 10/1 TFMO.LI $430/month. Call 4631342. AvailableJan. COMPLETE HOME REPAIR lightly into greased 13 x: 9-inch pan.
p.m. '
Watch for sign. 2597703. 11/26 4tpd 87. Itpd 11/26 pointing, electrical Let stand until firm. Cut into bars
: HOME 2 BR. 1 bath. AC, 1 acre, 1
12/17 $185 month $150 security. Responsible, Reasonable rates Licensed to serve. Make one 13 x 0-inch
RACING PARTS, EQUIPMENT, NEEDED adult only. 9646479. 10/1 TF RB0049306. Call Mitch, pan of bar cookie.
NOW! Buyers ready I Alto ports ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobile horn, REAL ESTATE ROCKY ROAD BROWNIES
equipment for sole. Coll Florida Racers % mile from city. Nice neighborhood FOR SALE 4 cup sugar
Warehouse 8137887311. Ed Bruce. 468-1323. 10/8TF
A butter
or margarine
38841 Co. Rood SolE Zephyrhllls, Fl. NEWLY DECORATED everything furnish- PACK RAT cup ,
Buy, sell and softened
34248. lean 87-463 KINGSLEY LAKE AREA Immaculate 3 BR,
STEEL BUILDINGS FACTORY DIRECT ed. laundry facilities Included. Video 2 Ba mobile home on acre of live oak. ble Items and antiques. Used 2 eggs
SPECIALS room avallobl Will accept one child Many extras Call for details Ralph glassware, jewelry and 1 teaspoon vanilla extract: :
no pets. Palm. Aptt., 2313 N. Temple
Come for
see yourself One
30x40x10 Bryan, 9646208. 10/29 TF 1V4 cup all-purpose flour
$3.990 .
Av* Stark 32091.10/29 TF of
40x73x14 $8,950 FURNISHED APARTMENT three room. REPOSSESSION AT LAKE ALTO In Waldo. Keystone Heights' on 1A cup unsweetened cocoa
30x100x13 $14.200 and bath. Part of utilities furnished. 3 BR, 2 full bath, 1344 ..f. on l'/i acre. 473-2183. 3/5 tfnchg 4 teaspoon baking soda
120x173x16 $48,300, (Croof only) Adult only no pet. 964.5970. 11/3 Carpet fireplace, chain link fence, full UMW Thrift Shop V4 teaspoon' salt
Other sizes avallobl AMERICAN 4tchg 11/26 closed-ln garage. Appraised at 1 cup 'M&M's" Plain
STATES BUILDING SYSTEMS. Call LAWTEY APARTMENTS LTD Now accepting $62.000 will sell for 44000. Financing Closing for Chocolate Candle
314-342-3668. fcan 87-463 application for 1.2 and 3 BR opt. available. $3,100 down, $435 month. United Methodist % cup chopped walnut
ATLANTA ANTIQUE EXTRAVAGANZA CH&A, all electric kitchen carpet and. 3763363. 11/264tchg 1217UVEIN V4 cup raisins
will be closing
: Doc. 456. Lakewood drop*. Rent starts at $195. Please call Shop %i cup miniature
Fairground, 115 exhibitors from 21state 782.3531 or com by In the evening day Dec. 19, until marshmallows
\" *. Positively no reproduction No hour Equal Housing Opportunity. February in
now art or craft.. Information 11/12 3tchg 11/26 i holidays and for
4047698129. fcan 87.461 TWO BEDROOM unfurnished home on HOUSEKEEPERWon'edCompeen' Many items are still
JUST IMAGINE I your freshest Christmas lake Geneva. Keystone HI., AC" person cluding toys and some YARD SALE
tra/wreath vr, direct to your door screen porch fireplace, no pet. $395. to live In and take 'of as numerous articles of
UPS from my plantation In the Blue 17866044. 11/12 .tch" 12/3 care Come by the location FRIDAY ONLY
Ridge Mountain Free color brochure: BIG CI HOME on 2.4 acre In the coun nice home In Starke area. United Methodist Church 1025 W. MADISON ST.
1-8OO-443-TREE. Icon 87-458 try. 473-2157 or 4681168. 11/12 4tpd Duties Include housekeeping Street in Lake Butler
10 AM TIL ??
and care of 12 year old son.
Sunbeds. For family or business., TWO BEDROOM HOUSE I'/. bath, stove, NEWLY Christmas gifts &
Please send new toys at
SlenderQuest Table. Inquiries to;: P.O.
convenient to SALE
Toning Super refrigerator shopping. HOME FOR
Moneymaker Call for FREE color $230, 1st, lost and $100 security. No Box J. Hampton Fla. 32044. 3BR/2BA CH/A. Fireplace great prices. Robots 4x4
catalogue and Xmas Specials pets. 468-1309. 11/122tpd 1126MOBILE paved driveway Forest trucks, remote control toys
18002286292. fcan 87.467.c- HOME In Waldo clean 14'wide Subdivision Starke FL on brass touch lamps Jewelry
$200 month, 1st and last. No pt. accept and much Prices
west. Will more. from
ALICIA HAY In rolls, hors* *J">ty. All .68.1$09.11119 2tpd 11/26
,, under barn. Order hay for winter and TEN MOBILE HOMES for rant: furnishedor (912) 681-4516 50. to $!6..OQ __
leave under my barn until you need It. unfurnished. MIMOSA\ MANOR. GERRI'S PLACE .............
I'; '7 miles North of Stark on Hwy 16 964-7498. 11/19 TFchg a
toward prison. Barn on West side of SMALL 2 BR HOUSE carport, CH4A, FREE Nov. '87 Cavalier C-L $99<<50.
I road bf split level home under pecangrove. close to stores. Prefer quiet working WALDO FLEA MKT. w/coupon Payments $225. mo
Delivery avallobl Arthur people $235manth$100 security C BLDG. GO TO w'l '87 Cavalier CS $855O.
Go.klns, 7823727. 10/22 TF deposit., 96 -6680 for more Info. 11/19 ;! "If
2tpd 11/26 BOOTH 49 & 51 r New Payments $195. mo

I ; from $220 per '87 Cavalier CS $73SO.
Come for ti
see us
Keystone) VillageApartments Payments $167. mo

STARKE HOUSING CENTERBig your Christmas toys '86 Cavalier CS $699d.
and We will
gifts. Located In Keystone Payments $159. mo

selection of reconditioned repo mobile homes. save you money. Call: '87 Chevy Berretta $10.856

No home Is over $500. down Including delivery 473-3682 : Payments $242. mo

set-up, all closing costs and home owners Sorry. No Pets '87 Olds Delta 88 612.SSO
ti Insurance. NO HIDDEN CHARGES '&............. ( Payments $285.
--------- mo

This Weeks '87 Olds Cutlass Wagon
David Lawson Paint & Body payments $226. mo. $996O.
3Br/2Ba D/W $500 down $198 per month 87 Olds Ciera Brougham

j" '85 3BR S/W $500 down $162 per month Insurance Collision Work Free Payments $271. mo $11.05O

'87 Olds Toronado
I Located 1 mile S. of Starke on US 301 964-4174 CR 229 NW 28th St. 964.6133 Payments $339. mo $14.9SO

'87 Olds Clerra $1O.48S

I. Payments $238. mo
'86 Buick Skylark C $845O.

, PINE FOREST APARTMENTS Payments $192. mo
700 Bradford Court in Starke
O and 3 BR Apts. Now Available CLEAN USED TRUCKS

Available. for immediate OccupancyOne 2 BR from $1fO-$274 plus utilities. 3 BR from $ -$ '86 Chevy C-10 Silverado

Central heat lair and appliances furnished PW a..V-B,AT AJ r $9900.
and Two Bedroom Apartments 1530 West Madison St. or call 964-6312 Payments $230. mo

NOW RENTING Monday-Friday,9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Equal Housing ] '87 Chevy 0-20 Beauvllle

-Wel to...........*.Central heel*ekIndmans Payments $370. mo $15.96O
,; .App1 ]flrcstflr fltn cCenvenlentfy '85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe
ere-wriretf fr WNTVatidw.
.*eeXy..mgns*irtts rwh..Mrrrpsi -t Payments $225. mo $75OO.
..Ceki eeeretee'laundry, .Prtv_pet esoutdds : FOR SALE 3 additional trucks
--wryaatrw ...
I gp.dsu dssea ORIAN WELLS
Fill Soil
FROM ONLY $22O.rn.i/nu Top I Chevy-Olds
I I.
Rental Information avalabto at Large or Small Loads of Li me HWY. 301 N. Starke

Rental Office or cal: (9O4) 864-750O
964-621& Mon-Frl) 9SPMEQLALHOUSN(3 Tractor Work Backhoo s' .u.

964.6182.964.5823.964.6095 &'Supply

r.- ,-.- .. . e ,
Temple Ave., Starke a
Effiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii j New Rases Wlndow.LlaaLm ;
II { :Room Addition* :Feinting iEiI Well Drilling,

: IUJE1IJL -CarporaNRoaIS,__
I :; (L N I AII.. CF .VOURl .CuIBridl... .Pool Faeksar., 964-7 1



i 0.--.n. -... 964-67(6 FOR RENT bv the night, week or month
I I eag .
of North Florida I ?JJ&h

I Corner Lafayette&.Hwy. 301,Siarkel -

9 4 452A&__ St. Llc.# RR0052877 'its
e ek er er

IJ. ; vents

J. Eilxson'Wood Products,)Inc.: OPEN:TUES-SAT.

Cypress Mulch and Pine Bark I TIRES 15 YRS. EXPERIENCE

I 59.95 Cylinder Boring
I I'I You Pick-up or W* Deliver [ Tires $20.00
) We Also Have I .69,95 ATV & 4 Wheeler

Red Heart Cypress LumberI Walnut Strrfet vcro { p repairs
I i 964-6649 ** from post office: -Starke $16.50 ,. Tune-Ups
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.. !.*-. ACM LOTS OR LAROIR New River
OFFICE AND WARIHOUSI SPACE 12'. M' MOBILE HOME Two bedroom I Plantation on SR-100. also lots on SRI Inoar
Locat.d In Union County Tim.* 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must Worthington Spring. Low down ,
building Call for information see to appreciate. 6000. Call payment own.r. financing. Hal. and
496-2261. tin. 496-0071.' tfn/chg. 3/19 Associates 496-3939 tfnchrg 1112CARSTRUCKS
INSURANCE for sale or rent.Also lots for sale. Hal.
and Associate 496-3939. tfnchrg 9/3
Main Sir..), Lok. Butler, 4963978. .,....700. financed $12,700, cash A/C.\Mac Itl4" MAZDA SEE Good condition. r nM
CarnpUt Insuranc S.rvlc. 4/10 tin Douglas,. ...".1307, tfn/chg.10/8 13.900. Call 496-2673 alter 5 p.m.
itch,. 11/26
ham.; $178 per month. Credit no pro
blem owner finance. 1-463-1336. WORK WANTED
CARIIft OPPORTUNITY for towing 11/264tchg" 12/17 P
machine operator.Offer 2 w..k.paid
vacation, Inioronce plan 3 paid INTERIOR AND IXTIIIOR MOUSE PAIN.
holiday*and profit thorlng. Experience TINO Reasonable ra'... Call for free
helpful but not neceiiary. W. will NOTICE estimate. 496-3587.11/12 4lpd." 12/3
train. Apply In p.non Lak. Butler Ap TWINTY-THRII YEAR OLD WHITI MALI
por.l. Nn-8/13 desires' work of any kind. Call r
TEXAS Oil COMPANY need mature CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be sub 496-3674.. 11/19 2tpd. 11/26
perton for short trip.surrounding Lak.Butl.r. milted to the Union County Tim. office .
Contact customers. W. train. In writing and paid In advanc. -
unless credit Is established
Write Southwestern N.B. Petroleum Dlckerion Box 961005 pr.*.,, with this office. already West Makes New Life at Sunshine IndustriesFrom !

MESSAGES home. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER fields. lift stations, light and
PHONE at Call for information poles
THE TELEPHONE. wells. living home. Tommy came to classes at Sunshine'Industries.Today shine Industries there are 50 other
(packag.Deal) Call 275-2268
1(304)649-7922( ) Ext. S-8401. or live
Itpd. 11/26 Classified d.adlln. I Is TUESDAY, 27S-2197. 9/3 13tpd. 1126INTS in Bradford County in a small Tommy will get up early in stories like Tommy's. Every day
WANTED LPN OR CERTIFIED MEDICAL NOON, prior to Thursday publication group living home with four other the morning take his bath in- you withness these courageous
ASSISTANT for doctor office. Call Minimum charge 13 words for$3.50, clients and began attending Sun dependentyly fix breakfast make clients working hard at becoming
-259-7741, for Interview. 11/26 2tchg. th.n 13 cents for each word thereafter. shine Industries Developmental his lunch and get ready for the bus to better human beeings. They have to
12/3 Training Center. take him to his very own job pallet overcome what life has dealt them
Today, Tommy lives with three assembler at Sunshine Industries. at no fault of their own. Yet, thanksto
FOR RENT FOR SALE vOMEOWNERFall other clients attending Sunshine In- During the day.Tommy will workon programs such as Sunshine In-
dustries,in the home of Kenneth and producing 100 to 150 pallets. The dustries, which enables each han-
Joyce Coleman,who have welcomed wages he derives from his job enable dicapped client to reach his or her
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE SPACE STORAGE HOUSES Need extra storage Tommy and the others as part of her him to earn plenty of spending potential, there is much hope and
located In Union County Time Building warehoue space? We have. Hale SxlO and and 10x10 mini Is For Planting family.Tommy. money,enough to pay for Christmas satisfaction in their life.
at 150 Wet Main. Call 4962261. 'for Associates shares a room with one gifts for the Coleman family. That is Sunshine Industries needs a new
more Information tfn T-100 496.3939.fnchrg HAMMOND-8/21 ORGAN Double Here's a fact that may take root other client, and is able to keep all something he does every year facililty for expansion. They need to
CLIANEST HOMES IN TOWN I Nicely' fur foot bar and in your fall planting strategy:September his personal possessions in his room because he is. proud to be able to raise $75,000 in contributions and
keyboard petals rhythm
nlihed all electric, central heat and without the threat of them being The is invited to
..Ira..Exc.lI.nt condition.$873. and October are ideal timesto earn a living, and thankful that a pledges. public help
air, private pav.d road laundry and or many any reasonable offer. Call 4962829or plant trees. That's because the stolen. He makes his own breakfastand family like the Colemans are able to by making a contribution or pledge,
park playground. Near school, ho.p.., 496-2600. tfn/chg. 113VIV soil is warm and the tree has plentyof prepares what he is to wear to provide him with, the love and or by helpig in the effort. Please
late facilities. PINES SR-121, east lak.8utl.r work each Bradford ARC/Sunshine Industries
HANDY MOUSE UTILITY SHED You day. understanding he needs. white to -
stored-up These condi
Call 4962366. Two childrenmax. move. Wired and lights with A/C. On. energy. These simple decisions have Being mentally retarded doesn't P. O. Box 509, Starke
., and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21 tions are perfect for good root become world Florida 32091 call 9647699. old. Cost new $800 will lell for major accomplishments mean you have to watch the go or
BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on $500 or best off.r. Also used window growth and a well-established tree. gainpd from Daily Living Skills" by without being part of it. At Sun- Thank you.JOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ.
Main Street In lake Butler next door to
A/C units, refrigerators and freeiers. .I.//I ,
Aventureland Video. Call 4960077.'
tfn-8/6 Call 496-2694.' 11/192tchg. 11/26 0,0000000000001: JOODOOOOOOODOO(
Ideal for small family, large yard. SI 73 STOVE 4962090.' 11/26-2tchrg-l2/3 a
month. 496-2842.' tfn/chg. 10/8
per Invites to a
TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME All electric. CO'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental a you
homes tailored to schedule.Private s a
Country living. Call 496-2842.' your pay n
Itchg. 1126COUNTIIY park laundry and playground. i 0
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Judge CrewsServices Melvin Smith 70, of Little Dennis Martin Williams 28. nellon two
Lake Geneva Ha., Keystone all the kindness you have died Friday after an accidentaldrowning. ; stepbrothers Bryan
Harrison of St. and
for Circuit Judge John J. State Hospital at Macclenny. Heights, died Wednesday, Nov. 18, shown,we thank you very much. of Melbourne Augustine Bruce
Crews, 66,who died Friday Nov. 20, Judge Crews graduated from the I, at his home following a long Illness. For sympathy in sorrowing days, Born in Lake City Mr. Williams Cindy Vining Williams of St. Augustine; two sisters ariaDawn ;
In Alachua General Hospital, were University of Florida Law School in Born in Greenwood, S.C., Mr. for friendships healing touch. lived most of his life in the Lake Williams of Pinellas Park
held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Mac. 1949, serving as student body president Smith moved to Keystone Height In With gratitude our hearts are full, Butler and Lake City communities, paternal grandmother Mrs. Inez;
clenny Church of Christ, with burial chancellor of the Honor Court, 1980 from Jacksonville. He was a though words cannot convey until moving to Dunnellon one year Smith of Providence, and his
in Woodlawn Cemetery there. and a member of the Blue Key honor member of Trinity Baptist Church; The tender thoughts and ago He graduated from Union Coun- fiancee, Cathy Seale of Dunnellon.;
A native of Baker County Judge society. He served as a first lieute- Moose Lodge No. 89, F.& A.M.; thankfulness we hold for you today. ty High School and was a member of Funeral services were held Mon- :
Crews had served as a circuit Judge nant in the U.S. Marine Corps during Morocco Temple Scottish Rite Special thanks to the employees of Old Providence Baptist Church. He in the Providence Village '
In the 8th Judicial Circuit from World War II and piloted fighter Bodies; I.B.E.W.; Retired Construction Bradford Florist Steve Futch and served in the U.S. Navy and was dar Church with Rev. Billy Coker Bap-, :
January 1969 until his retirement on planes In the Pacific. He also served Supervisor for Pic & Save Co.; Jones Funeral Home, Brother Ben employed with Deryl Williams Rev. Ennis Harper'and Rev. P. R.
December 31, 1986. He was the chief aboard the aircraft carrier USS Navy veteran of WW II. and the Central-Florida Hospice Masonry Contractors. Graham officiating. Burial followed I
Judge of the circuit from 1974 to 1977, Wasp. Survivors Include his wife, Group. Survivors include his father and in Old Providence Cemetery under
and had presided frequently in the He was a grand orator of the Most Dolores Gawfik( Smith of Keystone The Family of Bessie Mae Donn step-mother,John M.and Pamela L; the direction of Archer Funeral l
Bradford County Courthouse. Worshipful Grand Masonic Lodge of Heights; one daughter, Joanne Williams of St. Augustine; mother, Home of Lake Butler.
He represented Baker County In Florida, and a member of the Powell of Jacksonville; two sons, Card of ThanksWe Frances Gay Carter of Englewood; !
the Florida House of Representatives Morocco Temple Shrine of Jackson- James Lewis of Plum Branch, N.C. would like to take this oppor- brother, Deryl Williams of Dun-
for 14 years,and received the ville. A former president of the Mac- and Terry Lewis of Philadelphia, tunity to thank everyone for their !
Allen Morris Award for thetheouse clenny Lions Club, he was also a Penn.; one sister, Frances Culbrethof acts of kindness during our recent
most effective member of member of the Gainesville Kiwanis Abbeville. S.C.; four grand- loss. A special thank you goes to Or. Although the original playing cards came from 10th cen-
of Representatives in debate during Club, and past commander of the children and two great grand- Nelson Dr. Bartley, Rev. and Mrs. tury AD China, the earliest to bear the four suits of the
the 1957 and '58 sessions. The St. American Legion Post. children. Donald Willis, Archie Tanner, Brad- modern pack reputedly data from France In 1440' AD.
Petersburg Times selected him as Judge Crews and his wife, Paula, Funeral services were held at 4 ford County Sheriff Starke ,
one of the ten most valuable were summer residents of Kingsley p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on Police Dept., the Bradford Rescue
legislators each session he served. Lake where they owned a lakefront Saturday, Nov. 21, with Rev. Andy Team, and friends and relatives.
In 1961 he received the Florida cottage.Besides. Bowman and Rev. Charles VanZant May God Bless You, MfiN
Legislative Achievement Council his wife Judge Crews is officiating. Burial was in Keystone Children of Alice Leach M
Award for providing the most survived by two sons, John J. Crews Heights Cemetery with Masonic I
valuable leadership in progressivestate III of Raiford and Bryan Williams Rites, under the direction of Jones Mrs. Alice Leach
legislation. He co-introduced a Crews of Orlando; and a daughter, Funeral Home of Keystone Heights.In See
Louiza Leach
Mrs. Alice 62, of
bill establishing the first medical Debra Ann Crews Treece of lieu of flowers, his family requests -
Starke died Oct.
Thursday, 22 at
center at the of Florida Jacksonville donations to the Trinity Baptist ,
University ; one brother, three North Fla. Medical Center I Vernon
and introduced and Church Building Fund, Drawer Regional r 1
sponsored a bill sisters and eight grandchildren. Gainesville brief illness.A ,
,following a I
establishing the Northeast Florida 1099, Keystone Heights, Fla. 32656.
native of Macon, Ga., Mrs.
Leach lived most of her life In Reddish
Mr. Carl
W. RichieMr.
Starke. She was a homemaker and a I
Carl Watson Richie, 8A, of Baptist. i For Your
I ObituariesMrs. Starke, died Sunday Nov. 22, at VA Survivors include five daughters: :,
Hospital In Lake City.Born Marie Green, Linda Lewis and
Feb. 16, 1899, Mr. Richie wasa JoAnn Shadd all of Starke, Faye< New or Used ...i
living of American Mullinax Gainesville 4 '
part History. of and Donna -
Bessie M. Donn Conn. Mrs. Brown attended He was a descendant of our 10th Bennett of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; ; Auto Needs ':
United Methodist Church President, John Tyler. Mr. Richie one son, Cecil Leach of Ocoee; two :r 1
Keystone was married to a descendant of brothers, Luther and Eddie Jackson'' 1l
Mrs. Bessie Mae Donn, 75, of and was a homemaker. Puritan freedom fighter, Anne Hut- of Starke; and twelve grand- l I
Starke, died Wednesday Nov. 18, at Survivors include her husband, chinson, who was an ancestor of children.
her daughters home In Chuluto, Fla., Rufus Brown of Lake Geneva; one Theodore Franklin and Eleanor
Funeral services were held Oct. 251 I ORIAN WELLS'Remember
illness. son, Harold Leaman; one stepson,
following a lengthy Roosevelt. He was a veteran of at the Archie Tanner Funeral Homeof
Born in Ponce DeLeon, Fla. on Ronald Brown of N. Brookfield, World Wars I and II, served on the Starke with Rev. Donald Willis of- ,
Dec. 29, Mrs. Donn moved to Starkein Mass.; one brother, Alex Morrisonof -CHEVROLET-OlDS
Yangtze River patrol in China,Cen- ficiating. Burial was in Kingsley ,
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1948 from Alabama. She was a Detroit, Mich.Following tral American Wars in the 1930s,and Lake Cemetery. 30I N.-
of the faith and wasa cremation, funeral ser-
member Baptist anti-submarine destroyer warfare in --
homemaker. vices for Mrs. Brown will be held ata the North and South Atlantic and the
Survivors include two sons, Gene later time in Westridge Cemetery, Battle for North Africa in World War Mrs. Mina P. MooreMrs.
and James Donn of Starke; four Charlton, Mass. Mina Powell Moore, 89, died Your Loved Ones
daughters, Nettie Bea Hogsed of Local arrangements were made II.Mr.. Richie walked and talked with Sunday in Lake Butler Hospital and
Starke, Ollie Bea Warfield of Winter under the direction of Jones Funeral the great in 20th Century history, Hand Surgery Center after an ex-
Springs, Jeanette Brewer of Home of Keystone Heights. In lieu of serving on the troopship, USS tended illness. Monuments & Markers Purchased
Jacksonville and Jerry Story of flowers, her family requests dona- George Washington in several World Born in Columbia County, Mrs.
Chuluota; one sister, Dosha Ritdle of tions to the Building Fund of the War I crossings of the U-boat In- Moore lived most of her life in Union Before Dec. 10, 1987, Will Be Set
Columbus, Ga.; 22 grandchildrenand Keystone United Methodist Church. fested North Atlantic. He then en- County. She was a homemaker.
20 great grandchildren. joyed several chats with three Survivors include several nieces Before CHRISTMAS.NOW .
Funeral services were held at Ovid DenmarkMr. Presidents, Woodrow Wilson European and nephews.
Saturday, Nov. 21, at 2 p.m., at the Food Administrator Herbert Funeral services were held Tues- SPECIAL RATES ON CLEANING RESETTING & LAST DATES
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Ovid Denmark, 82, of Lawtey, Hoover, Assistant Secretary of the day, Nov. 25 in Archer Funeral
Chapel in Starke, with Rev. Ben died Friday, Nov. 20, in Veteran's Navy Franklin Roosevelt and Albert Chapel with Rev. Adrion Powell of- PALATKA MEMORIAL SERVICE
Bryant officiating. Burial was in Medical Center, Gainesville, follow- King of the Belgians, were also ficiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Monuments S Service in A.Caring Manner
Lawtey Cemetery under the direction ing a brief illness. aboard with their wives. Zion Cemetery in Union County with Quality
of Jones Funeral Home of Born in Raiford, Mr. Denmark Greatly enjoying telling his Archer Funeral Home in charge of Charlotte llersey. Owner
Starke. moved to Lawtey ten months ago friends and family anecdotes, Mr. arrangements.Mrs. .
from Jacksonville He was a (. Richie told of his friendship with Call Collect
Susan B. AngelovichMiss member of Riverside Parky. former World Heavyweight Cham- Dorothy WigginsMrs. two 8.Palm An.Palatk .
Methodist Church, Jacksonville; f pion Jack Dempsey (also a veteranof Dorothy Louise Sapp Wig- AcroMFxom* I 904 2
Susan B. Angelovich 46 of was a U.S.Army veteran and retired World Wars I and 11)), Gene Tun- gins, 68, died Friday in Baptist Putnam Memorial 325-2539
High Ridge Estates, Lake Geneva, Merchant Marine with Standard Oil. ney, entertainers "Buffalo BIU"Cody Memorial Hospital in Jacksonvilleafter NunInC Home
dies Wednesday, Nov. 18, in Shands Survivors include one sister, sharpshooter Annie Oakley, a brief illness.
Teaching Hospital Gainesville, Agnes Basford of Jacksonville; 10 Al Jolson, Pat O'Brien along with Born in Union County, Mrs. Wig-
following a brief illness. nieces and nephews, including Ber- opera stars Enrico Caruso, gins lived in Lake Butler until moving 'wr -
Born in BridgeportConrIVUs&., pie SUyunX and Valaria Shuford, Geraldine Farrar and Amelita Galli- toJaeksonvdle-49 ar -ago. Sh _
Angelovich moved to McRae Retirement both of Lawtey. Curci. was a member of Wesconnett
Home two and one half months Funeral services were held at 3 Survivors include his wife, Mar- Freewill Baptist Church. She was
ago from Jacksonville. She was a p.m., at Graveside In Dyal bury; son, Donald; daughter, Mrs. also a poll worker for the 13C Elec- ; MORTGAGE BANKERS
member of St. Williams Catholic Cemetery, on Sunday, Nov. 22, with Gerald (Barbara) Griffis; grand- tion Division.
Church of Keystone Heights. Rev. James Cowart officiating. sons, Carl and John of Starke, Survivors include her husband, ..
Survivors include her father, Jones Funeral Home of Starke was Daniel Griffis (who lives with sons Norman H. Wiggins of Jacksonville;
Stephen A. Angelovich of Lake in charge of arrangements. Danny and Jeremy in Orlando) and two daughters, Susanne W. Burton A DANK OP'IJOSl'ON COMPANY
Geneva; her step-mother, Ann L. Jerry (whose sons, Kelly and Kyle and Jean W. Rongstad, both of
Angelovich of Keystone Heights; 1 two sisters, Virginia Jouard of Civilian-military funeral services Lake Butler; two sisters,Clara Millsof
Jackson Heights, N.Y. and Valerie Fred Gustof Stern, 87, of were held Tuesday, Nov. 24 with Maxville and Antoinette Normanof -- ---- G}
Finney of Guilford, Conn. Starke, died Sunday, Nov. 22, in Rev. Tom Crofton of First Christian Columbus, Ga.; and four grand- Harold K. Davis imu MMHLENDtW..
Funeral services were held at 10 Bradford Hospital, Inc., following a Church officiating. Burial was in sons: Ashton, Ethan, Elliott and Loan Officer :
a.m., Saturday, Nov. 21, in St. brief illness. Long Branch Cemetery in Maxville. Evan.
Williams Catholic Church, with 'r. Born in Rockford,. III., Mr. Stern Arrangements were handled by Funeral services were held Mon-
was a lifelong resident ((75 years) of First Christian ,
Tom Gordon officiating. Burial was Jones Funeral Home of Starke. day, Nov. 23 in the
in Keystone Heights Cemetery Starke and was a member of First Church of Lake Butler, with Rev. LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS
under the direction of Jones Funeral Presbyterian Church; a World War Art Peterson and Rev. Elro Drig-
105 N.W. 33 Court Gainesville Florida 32607
Home of Keystone Heights. II Army veteran and was a farmer. gers officiating. Burial was in Dekle ,
Survivors include several nieces Cemetery in Lake Butler with Ar-
Office 375-2950 Local Number .473-0266
Mrs. Henrietta Brown and nephews. cher Funeral Home in charge of ar- "
Funeral services were held Tues- rangements. FHA..VA. Conventional Home Mortgages Second Mortgages

Mrs. Henrietta Brown, 80, of High day, Nov. 24, at 3 p.m. in First
Ridge Estates, Lake Geneva, died Presbyterian Church, with Rev. I I I
Tuesday, Nov. 17, in North Florida Jerry Patton officiating. Burial was .
Regional Medical Center, in Crosby Lake Cemetery under the George Restea M.D.Internal
Gainesville, following a long illness. direction of Jones Funeral Home of .

Born in Port Tupper, Nova Scotia, Starke.
Canada, Mrs. Brown moved to Lake Medlclnefic General Practice
Geneva in 1972 from Ellington

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