Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bradford Coo/ tyDEC 0 81987

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Two Sections PKY LIBRARY
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editorial Pag. . . .. ... 4A
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the week, Thursday through Sunday. Temperatures will range SECTION .> 12 Pag.i
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The past November was the wettest in 40 years, with rainfall at Vandals Arri .d. . . SB UNIVERSIT'I OF
the Lewis Hill tower 5.39 inches for the month; 8.20 inches was News ..1.... . . . . .'1
recorded at the Santa Fe tower and 6.69 inches at the New River Want Ad. . . .MOB FU 3-1 ..Tiawuerries' This Side of Heaven

tower. The 30 year average rainfall for November is 1.86 inches. Aroa Daathi. . . . . IB HATNESVILLE I08thYearS'tARKE, FLORIDA ZSCentsCopy-
20th Issue Thursday. December 3. 1981 USPS 062-700
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Hd/ortfl meting Where Oh Where Can the City Tree Go?


Pecan by Buster Rahn be installed in the vacant lot adjacent should "go on city property," to corner of S. Walnut St.: and US-301, Mayor Woods suggested the tree
Auction... BCT Staff Writer to US-301, in front of Wilson's which the three remaining coun- the lot where the old Brown buildingwas be installed by the Utilities Depart-

A pecan auction is set at I p.m. Oh, Tannenbaum...! Florist. The tree was purchased by cilmen agreed. razed, and the parking lot adjacent ment,rather than by the man retain-
today (Thursday, Dec. 3) at the Where does one put a 21 foot high the city, to be placed on the parkinglot Silcox said the parking lot will be to the fire station. ed to put it up, who is on a tight
State Farmer's Market on US-301 steel, city owned Christmas tree? in front of city hall, but the lot completed within a few days, and Schaefer recommended that the schedule this time of year, and can-
north in Starke. Councilman Charles Schaefer isn't completed, leaving the councilto the tree can be put on it. tree be "left in the crate this year," not return at the city's convenience.
Weigh-in for pecans will run from recommended to the City Commission look elsewhere for a site. Other sites were proposed, In- since a site could not be agreed Look for the tree to be installednear
8 a.m. until noon. Nuts should be in Tuesday night, Dec. 1, the tree Clerk Neil Tucker said the tree cluding the gun-mount site in the uoon. city hall next week.

good quality bags (plastic garbage
bags not allowed). Pecans shouldbe .. I ... ..

prices.separated by variety for better -- City Water System

To Christmas Follow Parade.Play .. Needs ExpansionAnd

"Snow White's Merry Christmas"will
be presented by the SFCC

Shoestring Players following the 2 New Wellsby
Christmas parade Saturday morn-

ing.Everyone 2:
is invited to attend this
Buster Rahn
returned to its normal small town
"free to the public" production at St
Staff Writer
BCT considerablyless
status was
the Santa Fe lot on Call
Starke convenedin
commissioners that 5,000 and remained flat for
Street. a workshop Tuesday, Nov. 24, to several years, said Ruckman. In the

To Vote in Clay... hear Engineers Gary Sneddon and past two or three years, Starke has
Don Ruckman discuss the city'sneed begun to grow, and statisticiansthink
, The Kingsley Lake Property ./ ., to update and expand the water it will continue to grow at a

Owners Association will conduct / system. steady, if not spectacular pace, for
voter registration at the regular : City commissioners authorized a the projected future..
meeting this Saturday, Dec. 5, from "', study of the water system several The engineers provided both good
6 to 7:30 p.m. 1 months ago, and directed the news and bad news.
Those residents of Clay County engineering firm of Bessent, Hammock The bad news, is that the water
who live in the Kingsley Lake area and Ruckman of Jacksonville system needs immediate renovationand
are urged to attend the meetingand (BH and R),the engineering firm re- expansion, costing some $4
register as an elector in Clay tained by the city for water and million dollars.
County, Florida. sewer work, to do the job. Don Renovation consisting of replacingsome
Ruckman, one of the three principals small pipes with larger lines,
KLPOA Christmas... in the firm, has been working to increase both pressure and
with Starke's utilities for more than volume. In some areas, Ruckman
The annual Christmas and
covered dish of the party Kingsley 20 years, and probably knows the said, firemen may well be handicapped
supper system better than anyone else. with low pressure at water
Lake Owners Association
Ruckman allowed Sneddon to pre- hydrants, and insufficient volume to
(KLPOA) is set at 7 Saturday,
p.m. sent the results of the survey, and fight a fire. Unfortunately, some
Dec. 5.Members
the recommendations, with areas are being served by a 2"water
are asked to bring a I'r' Ruckman adding emphasis to the line, where a 6" or 8" would be bet
gift, not to exceed $5 in cost, marked -
presentation from time to time. ter. Ruckman said 2" lines connect
for man, woman, or child.
Sneddon utilized University of larger lines In some

Merchants Meeting... Florida populaltion projections to negating the advantages oiplarger
the year 2010, in citing water system lines in that area.
The Downtown Merchants needs and recommendations. Then present water lines cover the
Association will meet at 5:30: p.m. According to Sneddon, Starke's core area of the city with large lines,
Monday, Dec. 7, in the SFCC l lt' population will approximate the 8" to 12" in diameter. The outlyingareas
Starke Center conference room. following: are largely served by smaller
Guest speaker will be Julie 1990, 6,249; 1995, 7,184; 2000, lines, and growth patterns require
Schofield, director of the Main t t 7,939;
Street Program in Deland. All t41ri'k -2005. 9,208; 2010, 10,475. (See Water..p.2A)
downtown merchants are invited to When WWII ended and Starke
attend. A +

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.araiv .r
Drug Free Sehools... Christmas Parade

The Drug Free Schools Programwill ra
hold its regular December 1

meeting at 7:15: p.m. Tuesday, Dec.
8, in the Starke Elementary Sat. 10
cafeteria. Set a.m.

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1938 Class Reunion...
r y Some 30 entries, including Santa Claus and three local bands, are sign
An organizational meeting for a ed up for Starke's annual Christmas parade set at 10 a.m. this Saturday,
reunion of the Bradford High Classof "'tu + Dec. 5.The .
1938 is set at noon Dec. 14 in the i r, parade will end at the Starke Center parking lot of Santa Fe Com
Western Steer Steak House. munity College where the Bradford High Band will present a short con-

For information, call Lillian ,( cert, a Christmas play will be presented by the Santa Fe Shoestring
Stump, 964-7608. Players. And, of course, Santa will be on hand to greet youngsters.The .
parade route was changed this year because of construction
Football Banquet... downtown. The parade will begin at the W W-ll Memorial on south Walnut
Walnut Street through the downtown area, and
The 1987 football honor- Street, proceed north on
banquet turn left onto Jackson Street. It will end on Jackson Street in the vicinityof
ing Bradford High gridders is set
the Florida National Bank and the SFCC Starke Center parking lot.
for 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17, in the

will area businesses, community organizations
The 30 entries represent
National Guard in
new armory and churches. The three local bands are the Bradford High School
Camp Blanding. marching band, the Spirit of Bradford; the\ Bradford Middle School Band,
Coach Mike Heimerdinger, who
and the Lawtey Elementary School Band.
works with the quarterbacks and
receivers for the UF Gator football
The Christmas Play.
team, will be the guest speaker.
"Snow White's Merry Christmas," an original play by Dr. April O'Con-
New Christmas Decorations. 'nell, will update the traditional tale, pointing out that living "happily

Dogwood Sale... after takes some doing.It .
every Is after Prince Charming rescued Snow White from therstepmother's
A sale of dogwood trees is set Some 50 brand new Christmas decorations are goingup decorations on one bracket. Each pole decoration cost 10 years spell. Snow White has invited the dwarfs for Christmas.

Dec. 19, a Saturday, by the Starke In Starke this week, ushering off the Christmas some $300. erected Alas! The dwarfs have no money to buy Christmas gifts. Happily, the
To the decorations, various ones were
Woman's Club. shopping season. of Christmas reminds them that the best Christmas gifts are ones
Price: 5 for $1. The sale begins at Above, Starke lineman Cigar Andrews supervisesthe poles in the power plant yard where city officials, Spirit that don't cost money, and that can't be bought in stores, and must come
8 a.m. at the Woman's Club. Installation of new garlands and bells on North employees, and some passersby chose the ones to

Temple Avenue. Workmen from the city line crew and order from an Ocala source. When these decorations from Prince within.Charming is played by Wayne Cribbs, the nagging stepmotherby

Soup Labels... power plant, put up two decorations at one time. The become sun-bleached and covered with exhaust Paula Van Allen, and Snow White is Kellie Baldwin. Deanna Tomlinson -
workmen Include Raymond Masey, Merren Lizbenee, smoke, the supplier can recover them, using same is the Spirit of Christmas. Snow White's children are Michelle Clark
Got any soup labels Joe Montgomery, Cigar Andrews, Mike Smith Allen frames.
Students at Southside Elemen- Smith Daniel Criflls, Ronnie Baker, J.W. Whittle, and The city council and Clerk Nell Tucker are en- and Tommy Crosby.Dwarfs are Richard Kellog, Maria Thomas, Brad Green,
tary want labels from any cf C"mpbell's thusiatlc about the new decorations, but they just can'tdecide The seven
Lester Parker.
of food products for Wlltingham. 21-foot high Christmastree. Matt Bryant, Donna Langley, Eric Starling, and Tommy
family anda where to put the new
Each pole Is decorated with two units, a garland Smith is the narrator.
Campbell's Labels for Education bell. City workmen figured out how to bolt both See article on Page 3A. Sean"Snow White's Merry Christmas" is directed by Dr. April O'Connell
kids will
The exchangethe
Program. .. Lila Yawn and June Edwards.
labels for free equipment suchas and Brad Green, with costumes by

audio visual, educational kits, I ,%' I
reference materials, and science '

kits, and more. is in Our Future
Labels eligible include the red V : r
and white Campbell's products, T iii
Prego Sauce, v-8 jwces, Franco-
American products RECIPE dog Sen. Hollingsworth Tells Locals"Stay
food products, Pepperidge Farm
products (UPC symbol), Vlasic
pickle lids, Swanson products (the said Duncan. New school
idea for $300,000,
by Joe Gissy with the regional
front from canned foods and "
said. Also, the buildings cost into the millions.
Proof of Purchase Seal from frozen BCT Staff Writer now, Hollingsworth
counties who have instituted special It would take several years to pay
foods), Mrs. Paul's products "Yes, but each county is going to to convince for even one new school."
(Quality Pledge Panel). have to have some type of assessments are helping
Please save these labels and sendor recycling," said Senator Wayne the legislature that local efforts are "The 1.5 mill increase this year is lit
bring them to SS Ele. Hollingsworth. D-Lake City, in being made, and that local sources to be used for new busses, r
response to questions about help in are not adequate for the task, he Duncan. "I know the lottery is not a

Upcoming... financing the disposal of solid wastein says. cure-all but more and more lottery
dollars are being used to replace
13 north central counties.
Public meetings scheduled in the "Taylor County is saving about 40 Energy Recovery?... items in the general fund. We want

coming weeks are: percent in landfill space by recycling An energy recovery system in you to keep an eye on that"
Bradford County Commission: ,"he said Monday,Nov.30,in one Tampa doesn't support itself, accor- "Our teachers got a good raise this .
Monday, Dec. 1, 9:30 a.m., Courthouse. of his monthly visits to Bradford ding to Sen. Hollingsworth.An year, from 5 to 12: percent. The ad-
County. "If they can do it, so can energy recovery unit Is so ex- ministrators got i percent," Duncan
.The Downtown Merchants other counties." pensive, and power companies pay told Sen. Hollingsworth.
Association will meet at 5:30: p.m. "It costs from $80,000 to $100,000 only 2.5 cents per kwh generated.On In another matter, "We are goingto
Monday, Dec. 7, in the SFCC conference per acre to open a landfill, properly the positive side, 100 tons of garbage have to redo the process of inspection rasY'i
room. Julie Schofield. lined and sloped so the drainage can is reduced to about 5 tons of ashes, regarding. asbestos," Duncan
director of the Main Street Program be collected and treated" he said. which reduces the landfill needs to a said. We spent $150.000 to $200,000

in Deland, will be the In Duval County a 10 acre landfill minimum. about five years ago, and everythingwas
speaker. has just been opened by a private up to snuff. Now a new federal
Commission: Tuesday regulation is going to make us do it
Brooker City contractor for about $40,000
PECO Crisis... r
Dec. B, 7:30: p.m.. City Hall. acre. This landfill is only four to five all over again. The taking .
-Hampton City Commission: feet deep, but will be layered to The state educational capital samples by qualified inspectors and :7" -- """" ... ....
Tuesday Dec. 8. 7 p.m.. City Hall. several feet high above the ground outlay (PECO'funds' have all but running them through a lab is expen-
Starke City Commission: Tues Sen. Hollingsworth said. dried up, School Superintendent. Jim sive, he said. A Complex Problem...

Dec. 15, 7:30 p.m., City Hall.ioning ., "Would be available from the Duncan indicated.
day Bradford help What will be the availability of The Service Tax... Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth. right studies some new technology on solid
; Review by legislature if the regional concept waste disposal with which County Commissioner Joe Reddlck has been
County Commission: Wednesday, fails, and we go to 3 or 4 counties in a state funds for school buildings in "The Governor will take nothing" supplied. Solid waste disposal to a complex, expensive problem,says Sen.
16.7:30 Courthouse. ?" the future, he asked. A local levy of less than repeal of the service tax,
Dec. p.m. sub-regional situation was a ques- llolUngsworth the vice-chairman of a Florida Senate subcommittee now
Zoning Board of Starke: Thurs- tion from County Commissioner Joe 1.5 mills, "which is a substantial tax the
"ov fVf 17. 7 non. City Hall. Rirlrl.r Increase," will generate only (See Recycling..p.2A studying problem.

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Page ZtTEI.EGRAPII December 3, 19111

Iinterlocal Agreement Chosen for Solid Waste Regional Governing Bodyby


Joe GissyBCT slightly higher cost; three deemed beneficial to the Master Few of the landfills now in use by Participation... Alachua County, which generates
Staff Writer subrogional landtills. The most ex- Plan may be instituted.The the individual counties have liners to Once the Is Initiated, and 60 percent; of garbage produced in
pensive method of disposal is an study indicates there are 1,000 protect the groundwater, he said. program the 13 county area and which provided -
The 13 counties involved in the indebtedness is incurred, participation
for the study In additionto
tons day of solid wastes produced The costs of $100,000
recovery-Inceneration per establishing a
regional solid waste management energy will be mandatory for the long
in,the 13 and 11 with the $250,000 supplied by the state,
study have decided to establish a system which would produce electricity county region, a the required liners, and pits to term. .
governing body by interlocal agreement according to the study. percent increase is projected by the collect the drainage, and treatment wants a weighted vote favoring
yen'!010.An. systems to render the leachate Alachua County.
rather than have the Inccneration... ./ reduction in the volume of harmless, increases the costs above To sell and secure bonds, a The PAC asked attorney Jon Wer-
legislature an authority to waste to be buried would extend the the ability of rural counties to comp- reliable revenue source has to be show, legal representative for the
the Solid Waste Master Plan At PAC meetings, ncineration
govern mandate that North Florida Regional Planning
lift uf the landfill. ly, PAC members agree. shown. There Is no a
when implemented.At was preferred by some duo to the county participate, but once par Council (NFRPC), to submit proposals
a meeting of the Policy Ad- reduction of mate) .1 I having to be elected the weighted vote
Closing Costs... Recycling... ticipation is it will be man- on how
visory Committee (PAC) Monday, deposited in landfills. Cost and tn.e datory that it be continued, and the might be handled. NFRPC is providing
November 30, at the Holiday Inn at to get it on line were overriding considerations Closing costs for the landfills now Only about 3 percent of waste is be used. All will legal and technical assistancein
Lake City, it was decided the governing so the cheapest and being used will be about $22 million. being recycled in the region at pre- have facility to stand behind participants the in- the study. No decision was made :
body would be appointed by the quickest, one central landfill, was Virtually all these landfills are sent, said Shannon. debtedness incurred. I
Monday night
counties participating in the study. selected for the Master Plan. now operating under consent orders About percent of the waste can
Just one year ago,on December 1, Alachua County Rep. Sid Martin, from the Department of En- be recycled using voluntary com- _
the 13 counties joined together to D-Gamesville, is supporting the vironmental Regulation launch the study which presented six building of an Incenerator in These permits will expire early next recycled with tight controls, he said. "NIver put off'till tomorrow
alternatives for solid waste disposal. Alachua County, it is said, near the spring in most cases, so time for Im- As the percentage increases above wfiat can put on today Christmas is .
The consulting firm of Camp, regional utilities plant, as a pilot plementation is an Important con- 20, the rules and regulations will you
Dresser ? McKee conducted the study. sideration. have to become tighter and more
study, funded by the legislature and Such a project Is in line with the intent Florida is the fastest growing stringent. Leila'sDress i
Alachua County. The alternativeswere of the PAC, since ongoing state, this region is the most rural Recycling to reduce volume of i
rated as to costs,the least cost- studies are to be made, and in two left in the state, and is sitting on top waste is being encouraged by I
ly being one c.entrallandfill,and at a years time any changes that are of the Floridan Aquifer, the most Im- legislative leaders in Tallahassee as
portant source of water for most of well as the consulting firm making & gift Shop
i ho' tate, says Steve Shannon, coordinator the study.A .
Needed of the study. Protection of reduced volume of waste to be
Recycling this aquifer from polution is imperative deposited in a landfill also means + L rw Get ready for the holidays.
to the welfare of the entire less hauling expense and longer life '
I blue lace &
state. of landfills. with this royal

Hollingsworth Says sequin torso bodice V-back

.., I evening dress, accented with
From Page 1A ,; flutter sleeves and all lace
but the talk has quieted down now. A VOTE FOR godet skirt.
Sen. Hollingsworth said.
An additional one cent on the pre- A Truck Route?...
sent S cents sales tax will generatethe A truck route is being considered $82.,
same amount of revenue, he around Starke, by the Department of ( BILL) CROUSE WILL
says. Approximately 1.2 billion Transportation said Guy Andrews. Other styles available In a
either way. A one cent local option I
"Because of the small businessesthat
sales tax in Bradford county would i variety of colors sizes 4-20 I
rely on the traffic, we need to
generate about $150,000 annually. expedite traffic through town, not HELP THE PEOPLE OF LAWTEY

Homestead Exemption... around it," Andrews indicated. No he store mat Dives you service Vfy
parking on US 301, allowing wider
No referendum on changing the lanes would help, he said. "A by- KEEP MOVING FORWARD. LET'S j service charge; on lay-a-way.
homestead exemption to broadenthe pass would really mess things up. tVe cany Junior Petites, Misses &
tax base is forseen at this tune, The traffic through town is very
Sen. Hollingsworth said.It necessary to the economic value of BENEFIT FROM OUR CITY Large; sizes.
was debated at the last session, this area."

Water. COUNCIL.PAID Bradford Square Shopping Center .

Our Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 30-5 30. Leila's VISA Mastercard
from Page 1A -
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new lines in areas not presently be- --- --
ing served.

Serving Wal-Mart... Our
Commissioner Charles Schaefer Christmas SAVE A BUNDLEGift
asked Ruckman what must the city
do immediately to accommodate the
Wal-Mart store, which is scheduledto
begin construction in April, 1988. To You
Ruckman said the city must run a OF BIG BUCKS !
12" line to the site, in order to provide
water to
enough supply SaturdayDec.
sprinkler systems for the large store

recommended buildings water being lines the planned.line along tie Ruckman Edwards into existing 24 In Your Own Backyard

Road, and run south, behind Test DriveA
Jackson's Building Supply, to the

KOA Campground shopping center., site of The the proposed city New Carr All Roads Lead to

already owns the right-of-way. or-Truck ... '.. .
Expansion cot water' lines Into"other f' 4
areas, uotaMy-the Thomas *;
subdivision,..tke w Receive U 4ERW1LLEGAR' MO-rORS
and the industrial park were
discussed, without firm plans for the A Free

immediate future. Starke & Keystone i '
The engineers proposed abandon Gift i
ing the two 45 year old water plantsin
current use,and constructing new
plants, one at the site of the elevated 1988 r-l DOCTOR'S It I.r I.
water tank and the other on Ed-
wards Road. The water plant at the I INLET.i t ; .
elevated tank should include an .
emergency generator, to provide Ranger .1 LAKE BUTLER I .
electricity for the pumps at all / i I MIDDLE8URC.XL .

times.Ruckman said the elevated tank is T /

not serving a purpose in the present fir/ I:
system, but he proposes the lank be WPXE STARKE .
utilized as a reservoir for 250,000 tmCH1'SLive
gallons of water, 125 feet above 4x4
ground. The tank was erected in
1959, and is in good condition.

The Good News... Broadcast 2 OOO

All the news wasn't bad. Ruckman ,
recommended the city develop and 1O-2 Discount
pass ordinances that will require
to for the cost of ex-
developers pay ---- ---
pansion of water lines into new areas -
of construction, either commercialor Saturday6QQ Ford Cash
residential, and commissioners
indicated an interest in the plan. Dec. 12
Schaefer said the city is nearing ((9 to choose from)
completion of the electrical system
renovation, and substatntal fundingwill
become available to s o-uJ on

the water system .
Even with the city in excellent I AIf Itl76moear
financial condition,a bond issue will
be required. Starke should have no 11t1 sly
problem in raising cash through a
bond issue, councilman said.


In an article in the Nov. 19 edition
of The Telegraph/ Mrs. Dorothy
Combs was incorrectily identified as
Mrs. Dorothy Cone. SAVEA
Mrs. Combs has been granted a
high school diploma from the Vo-
Tech School, along with 27 others,
and. was praised by Principal
Charles Thomas, as "She showedthe
young people how to do it." BUNDLE
The Telegraph/ regrets-The the error.Editor 1988 Escort Wagon 1988 Bronco II XL

Gospel Sing Set OF 5 Speed Overdrive; Speed Control; V-6; Automatic; Stereo Cassette;

At Gr. Allen ChapelThere BUCKS Air; Conv. Spare Tire; Mirrors Tu-Tone Paint. Up to

will be a gospel singing at
Greater Allen Chapel during the $9100 3OOQ
month of December.The .

Saturday schedule, 5, 7 p.m., The Cash & Discount .
Singing Wonders of Jacksonville. '" : .
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Saturday, Dec. 12, 7 p.m., The -

Southernaires Georgia.Saturday Heavenly Admission- Gates,is of Jacksonville..19,Brunswick 7 p.m. the, T"e' 'rw- i't't'e'g' : "r' Motors

... 473-FORD
The annual homecoming/banquet 371-1096 388-FORD
la set the fourth Sunday Dec. 27. Starke Keystone Hgts
Homecoming services will beginat Gainesville Jacksonville
State Road 21fi"
11 a.m. 209 W. Madison
The banquet will be in the church

annex at 1 p.m. Tickets are on sale. .. ., .
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Everyone is welcome. .' '' "


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Decembers, 1987 TELEGRAPH Pale aAII

Stall on Filling Vacant Seatby =s----- j----- --I

KCT Buster Staff WriterCouncilman Rahn torney Terence Brown said the tie Sch.n.fc. ic'Mrled| -that the two turer, Weldon said. _
would be the same as a negativevote. houses owned by Ms. Maurice White Bill Weldon superintendent of
Charles Schaefer
The motion would fail. have been Inspected by the city, and
power resources,recommended sale
could not a second his
get motionto
on Councilman Bobby Biggs then are in excellent condition, except for of the engine for the$35,000 offer by
appoint Ed Wall to the vacant
City suggested an election be held to fill
some cosmetic items, such as pain Fault Line Oil Corporation of
Commission seat the council
the vacancy. Clerk Neil Tucker saidit Allegany NY.
meeting Tuesday, Dec. 1. will cost $1,000 to $1,200 to hold an ting.The houses are In better condi- City Attorney, Terence Brown said
The council seat became
election. Biggs' motion died for lack tion that some of the houses that the city could not accept the offer c
Nov. 1 of
as result the of
resignation of a second. have been renovated," Schaefer told without calling for bids, and recom- r
Councilman Jimmy Crosby, which Biggs said WaU is "trying to forceus the council, and recommended that mended the council pass a motion to
was effective Oct. 31, the end of thecity's to do something tonight, but the the two buildings be removed from accept the offer, contigent upon his
fiscal year. Crosby moved council will not fill the position until the demolition list approval. Brown will the
from Starke to a state owned houseat it is ready to do so." Ms. White had told councilmen in proposal when legal requirements approve
the Reception and Medical CenterIn Mayor Woods and Councilman an earlier meeting that she does not have been met. The council passed 1
Lake Butler, upon being promotedto Vernon Silcox did not comment on want state money spent on her property the motion as requested.No .
assistant superintendent of the in- the issue. If the houses must be razed,
stitution.Ed Ed Wall and Phillip Nichols ran "My sister and I will have-it done," Water for Park...
Wall, who opposed Mayor against Woods, with Nichols being she said.
Travis Woods for a seat on the coun- eliminated in the first primary. The Department of Environmental -
cil in 19X6, addressed the commissioners Woods received 30 votes more than Goodbye Engine... Regulation advised the councilby t1-i'
asking, "When are Wall letter that new water connectionsin -
you going in the second primary, 1986. _
to make a decision?" Wall cited Wall has attended each council reported that the bond the Industrial park cannot be
the city charter, which states trustees had met and approved sale made until additional service pumps
meeting since Crosby resigned
of a Worthington engine, surplus to have been Installed
"There shall be five council guaranteeing
is aware that the council has not ad- L' 1iP.
members." dressed the subject in open meeting the needs of the generating station. sufficient water, quantity ana Li-i.
Wall continued by asking what during that time. The engine, bought several years pressure, will be available during .
would happen if an important ques- ago, was never satisfactory, and the peak hours and fire situations.The 1 I.. .a."" ... -aI !fi'. 1
t ion resulted in a 2-2 tie vote? City at- Houses Cleared... city received a substantial out-of- council took no action
court settlement with the manufac regards to the content oi, the letter C of C Honors Cedar River...

Cedar River Seafood Restaurant Manager Richard Gilllam receives

I Meeting Set on Errors Made in Solid Waste AssessmentsA chairperson the Bradford of Improvement the Chamber Award of Commerce for November committee from on Susan awards.Faulkner,

Cedar River has added
seats and Is now up to 76 capacity, says GUIiam,
who has been here since July after transferring from a Jacksonville
1 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7, hearingis about errors in billing. And, Ms. after taxpayers received their property solid waste, who was visiting in store The seafood restaurant chain now has 11 units. Business at the
set in the county commission Bowen says, there are a few hardship tax bills for 1987. Money from Starke this past Monday. Sen. HoU-- Starke store has been Improving, Gilllam says.
meeting room in the courthouse for cases. the solid waste assesssments must ingsworth said that disposal of solid A new outdoor dining area, called Gator dining, has been added. New
Bradford residents to discuss errors The residential assessment is $75 be spent on the solid waste disposal waste is a statewide problem, one partitions have also created new seating inside
in their solid waste assessmentswith per year. program, either for the existing program that large counties can ill-afford and
the County Commission. or future costs of obtaining a one impossible for small counties,
Some 6,500 assessment notices There are ABC assessments for new landfill and closing down the such as Bradford, Union, and Baker, Lawtey Elections Setby
were mailed about three weeks ago. commercial firms. The Class A com- present one.Counties to afford.
About 75 complaints about the solid mercial assessment for 0-5 cubic which help themselves, The Senate subcommittee is cur-
waste assessments have been yards per week is $150, the Class B such as with the solid waste rently investigating methods and Buster Rahn fn a Nov. 23 called meeting, the
received by the office of County commercial assessment 5-10 cubic assessments or with a one-cent sales costs of solid waste disposal all over BCT Staff Writer council discussed holding the elec-
Clerk Gib Brown, according to Ms. yards per week Is assessed at $300 tax, can look to the state for help on Florida and in other states as well, Lawtey's city election is set Tues- tion Tuesday, Dec. 1, and com-
Shelley Bowen, a clerk to the com- per year, and the Class C assess- the garbage disposal problem said Hollingsworth said. The solution will day, December 8, with two council mented that the election usually
mission. Some 40 of the complaints ment for 10 cubic yards or more per Sen. Wayne Hollingsworth, D-Lake be tremendously expensive Sen. seats being contested. follows the monthly council meeting,
are just that hilt about 35 of the com- week is $600. City, the vice-chairman of the Hollingsworth agrees. Polls will be open in city hall from held the first Monday in each month.
plaints 4 liMY ho lesitmate concerns The complaints began coming in Florida Senate's subcommittee on 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. When Clerk Robinson read the city

Bill Crouse opposes Mayor Robert ordinance, she found the statute
No Agreement Yet by 13 County Consortium on Landfillsby Scott, a 24 year veteran and dean of reads "The city election shall be
the council. Former councilman held the first Tuesday, following the
Marvin Rosier is running against in- first Monday in December, each
Buster Hahn Alachua County will be able to out Engineer Jerome Kelly, resident and replaced it with resolution 87-25\ cumbent Willie Strong for his seat on year."
IH'T Staff Writer vote the remaining 12 counties, andin and native of Biooker. Kelly owns which changed fee schedules and the council. Election day has been reset to
"It's getting down to where we essence, be a majority of one in all Kelly Engineering Co., in hours of operation. Queen Robinson is unopposed for Tuesday, Dec. 8.
must make a decision as to which situations. Gainesville.The the clerk's position. Police Chief Crouse says he has no issues, he is
way we are going." in discussing Reddick also said Alachua County commissioners agreed to retain M.M. Jordan, a 24 year veteran, is running just to be running, to give
solid waste disposal, Zoning Director paid Camp Dresser and McKee, the Kelly on a part.time, as-needed The board controls landfill and also unopposed. Without opposition the people a choice. Rosier is con-
Darrell O'Neall.old county com- engineering firm retained by the 13 basis. convenience centers and gets dumping each is assured of re-election. Robinson cerned about the recent pay raises,
missioners in a Nov. Irt meeting to counties, $100,000, a sum that could rates by resolution rather than a holds the clerk's position as an and where the city's money is going.
the firm to make Resolution 87-7... the term The council increased the
review zoning matters. possibly sway law. A resolution can be changed appointee, filling unexpired recenty
The U county consortium has recommendations favorable to rhe commissioners killed resolu- without notice and .it the will of the of former clerk Alphonso Anderson, clerk's salary to$260 per week, a$92
voluminous information gathered, Alachua County. tion H7-7, passed in the late summer, county commission who resigned earlier this year. dollar per week increase.
In order to assist the in
but has not reached agreement on county
the number or location of landfills. making decisions, based on
Commissioner Joe Riddick says technical information through
Alachua County is thinking in termsof engineering studies, O'Neal re-
a "weighted" vote, in which quested commissioners: retain

I B.C. Zoning Board We couldn't! make

Denies Mobile Home

-A..request for rezoning two lots off "grandfathered in," which means bank for seniors
CK-21B near Santa Fe-Lake: from, .' existing/ mobile homes could only bet g :
ICSP iSmgfe''> artQly'Res1dkl'itidf l >I tRSFMn <\1 t* replaced with houses, and* no'addltlobar" ': I H
(Single7FamilyResWential mobile homes could t>e
Mixed Housing) ended in a tie brought in.
vote by the Bradford County Zoning "I have no problem with a person
Board at its regular meeting Nov. 24 wanting to improve his property"said
in the Starke City Hall meeting board member Spiros Drivas, more attractiveif
room. "but we have the responsibility to any
The :3-3 vote means that no recom- preserve the integrity of the
mendation will be forewarded to the neighborhood."
County Commission, which will An ammended motion to grant the
meet Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 7:30: request on lot No. 9, (occupied) and
p.m. to hold a public hearing on the deny the request on lot No. 10 (va- it
proposed zoning change. The cant) resulted in the tie vote. we gave away.
meeting will be held in the Commis-
sioners Room. Brdford County Cour- Business Report..
thouse. For the last few months, there
Alan and Melody Gibbs have re- have been over 15 construction per-
quested that lots No. 9 and No. 10, off mits issued monthly, mostly for
CR-21B be rezoned to allow them to single family dwellings, reported
replace their aged mobile home witha Administrative Assistant Janet
new doublewide, on lot No. 9, and Turner.
to sell lot No. 10 for another mobile Most of these are in the $45,000 to
home site. $55,000 class. Permits issued for the Or could ?
GibbS presented a petition from month total 652000.
neighbors including mobile home "We have avaraged well over $1
owners and home owners, who haveno million per month for the last
objection to the change. Of 12 several months" said Turner. Per
neighbors, seven have no objection, mils have been Issued for just over
three are absentee owners, and two $16.5 million of new construction so
"didn't want to say either way." far this year.Bradford r
The board had received one letterin county is growing, but '.
opposition to the the change. with control, she said. The numberof '.t
Mobile homes are mixed with mobile homes has dropped. An affordable If you're 55 or older, open a regular I' ::

houses in the area now. When zoning type of housing and lower -1 .' .-
checking account and deposit $1,000 ..
regulations were instituted in the interest rates are responsible, says --V '
area exiting mobile homes were Turner. in one of three savings plan options.u M '.

Or, open a NOW PLUS account and Get a $25 '

Looking GoodDowntown deposit $2,500( in one of three savings American Express .

I Project on Scheduleby plan options. You'll receive these ,; Gift Cheque for free! ,.1 '

Golden Opportunities from : The perfectly elegant, perfectly personal

Buster Rahn Miller said Columbia Paving Co. Florida National and safe way to give money this holiday
will have men and equipment on site season or all year long.
Staff Writer
John BCT Miller, chairman of the Wednesday, Dec. 9, to begin paving Free checking and free checks Y American Express Gift Cheques come"wrapped"

Dewntown Progress Committee, job.the off-street Light poles parking will lot be, a installed two day No fee American Express 5 Travelers in gold with a prestigious gift card, and you can buy

told the Starke council Tuesday when the paving is completed, after them now at Florida National in denominations of

night, Dec. 1,Project that the will Downtown be 95 percent which Bob Cooper will landscape the Cheques I $25 $50 and $100.

Revitalization complete by Jan. 5. facility. Free medical emergency card Unless, of course, you sign up for Golden Opportunities by

The bubble and sidewalk on the tor Miller, Columbia complimented Paving Co.the,contrac-and its Free Golden Opportunities I.D, and ATM December 24 and get a $25 Gift Cheque-for free.
sduth side of E. Call St. will be com- "
pleted today (Thursday), weather sub-contrctors the project., for Both their contractor cooperationon and card If you're 55 or older you're good as gold at Florida National.

permitting. The remaining(In bubblesto ) subs have gone out of their way to Free membership in the Walt Disney World Stop by or call your nearest Florida National office soon to see
be completed are sequence
1). Walnut St., In front of Post Of- done work with Miller the In getting the job Magic Years Club ((60 years or older to qualify) how you qualify for Golden Opportunities. And use this coupon for

fice; 2). Call St., in front of Koch'sDrug The downtown work is proceeding Free direct deposit your free $25 Gift Cheque once you do.
Store; 3). Call St., in front. of under a $573,000 commercial
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The Telegraph office. revitalization grant of federal funds Free notary service r : : :
Sections of sidewalks are to be administered through the Florida I want my Golden Opportunities at Florida .
beside the Cash bonuses airline tickets rentals I
replaced on Walnut St., Department of Community Affairs. on car ,
Florida Theater, and on Call St., in tours and hotels I 1 Name .
front of Gator Freightways office. Street Paving Offer... Address .
.There is some question concerning Mike' Knowles contract administrator Toll-free, 24-hour access to travel reserva- I
at the In- City
the bubble on South Columbia I
for PavingCo. tions service I
tersection with SR-lOO, since signal State .
embedded in the ., offered a concept for additional
light controls are Discounts installment loans and I
The Florida Departmentof street paving and renovation by proposing Zip
Transportation (DOT) has the a line of credit extended by credit I Age
Co. his from usT
Columbia Paving saying Expect
under advisement.
question DOT will rework the Call firm Is willing to finance city work Discounted safe deposit box 1s 1-PUIC

St..Walnut St. intersection, since it for a period of 4-4 years, for substantial 1 Social Security Number.
signal lights amounts of money. Knowles said Just keep $1.000 In a regular savings" Florida Cold or CD to qualify fora .
will be installing new controls. The intersection the current downtown project con- Free checking account with no minimum balance or $2.5OO: for a I Account Number ___
and under ground NOW
will feature a bubble 0'. tract may be amended to Include Free account with no minimum balance.
each of the four corner other pav'ng jobs in town. Apply before December 24, 1987 to receive a free $29 American 105 West Jefferson Street
Express GUI Cheque. I Call!J64-7050'4'

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I Page 4A TELEGRAPH December 3. 1981
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Rosenberg Building Awaits Decision

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\ Two architects and one structural Hall. The corner on which the Rosenberg listed as contributing to the historical and {4NN 4Hi
engineer have examined the building stands was not architectural significance of Call Street.
I. building on E.: Call Street and pronoun downtown CDBO grant for hatedparking.. Consequently, it cannot be demolished
,, it basically sound,although needing extensive Consequently, funds for developing that 'without review and permission of the
rehabilitation after years of neglectby particular part of the property for use as Secretary of State, Division of Historic r.
previous owners. offstreet parking were not provided in the ,Preservation, and possible review by a
grant. The 74 parking spaces needed were
similar board in Washington since the
belief the
Contrary to the on
without of this
obtained use corner. Cof
of local the I building was purchased by the k
part some propertyon
CDBO tit assn
Starke with federal funds from the
which the building itself rests was not
In 1983 the Call Street District between
designated for use as parking space in the 8 VS 301 on the West and Cherry Street on grant.
1985 master development plan for the East was accepted for listing in the Na- Building Basically Sound
"Historic Downtown, Starke". Only the tional Register of Historic Places. In a :
vacant part of the Rosenberg property, survey made during the summer of 1984 in Despite some unfounded opinions and 'Ljcni.
between the building and Jefferson Street, preparation for the National Register application rumors to the contrary,two architects and %
was designated for parking in the plan, in the Rosenberg building, along one structural engineer have reported that

,addition_ property across from City_ .with 20 or ..more! .other! qtruclures. were_ the building Is basically sound and capableof

being rehabilitated. ,
Following an inspection on September -

28, Thomas N. Evans, Jr., P.E., of Evans
GtUTORiALSState and Hammond, Inc., consulting engineersof
Jacksonville reported: "I will confirmMr.
Spyros Drivas' opinion that the
building is basically sound and could be
'-..... 1. practically restored." Drivas, a memberof
the American Institute of Architects, Is
employed as an architect with the Duval

I State Official Advises County a part-time School basis Board by and the is Bradford also retainedon Coun- I Architects and Engineer Report

ty School Board. Sound
Landmark Building Basically :

Against Loss of Unique BuildingsThe State Architect ReportsIn

an earlier report following an inspection : The following report on the condition of the Rosenberg building was made by
last August, David Ferro architect Thomas N. Evans Jr., consulting engineer of the Jacksonville firm, Evans &
following report, stressing the importance and significance with the Bureau of Historic Preservationin Hammond, Inc., after an inspection of the buildingon, September 27,1987:
Tallahassee called the
of older buildings In the Call Street Historic District was made In building "one ,of the most Rosenberg prominent "The load bearing solid brick exterior walls appear to be in relatively good con-

February, 1985, to the Starke/Bradford County Chamber of Com- buildings on Call Street, the city's historic dition, except for several door and wU&w arch failures, which can be easily
bricks and the mortar
restored by relaying the bricks on new forms. Generally the
on-site review Main .
merce following an of the district\by the Historic Street'
appear to be in good condition for a building this old, but as a part of restoration,
Sites Specialist with the Department of State, Division of Ar- After pointing out that the building is repointing of the mortar joints is a normal procedure.'The .
chives, History and Records Management.The "suffering from water damage", some roof structure appears to be in fairly good condition, except for some rotted
cracks on exterior walls due to settlement, wood in areas that have leaked for quite some time. Removal of the old roofing
letter was addressed to Mike Cooney who was executive and the need of a new roof, Ferro concluded membrane would permit a more thorough inspection and no doubt, would expose
secretary of the Chamber at that time. It is reproduced here : "Its present condition notwithstanding more water damaged wood, but it does not appear that this would be extensive.
without editing or editorial comment. In December 1985 the Call it is my opinion that the building "The second floor wood construction appears to be basically solid and in good
could be rehabilitated at a cost of from $50 condition. Very little structural repairs are some type of underlay-
Street District was placed on the National Register of Historic foot." require
per square ment for a new finish floor such as carpeting is
giving it added prestige and significance. In his report, Ferro noted that "Jim "The wood columns on the first floor seem to be structurally sound, but the wood
Dasher (of the Starke Grants Office) in- first floor is the only part of the building that is structurally in bad shape. Mr.
February. 13.. 1985 n dicated that the city was not opposed to re- Drives' suggestion of removing all of the wood first floor system and providing a
dividual buildings is handled tastefully taining the building if funds can be found to concrete floor on compacted fill would be the most practical solution to this pro-
Dear Michael: rehabilitate it." blem.
Starke could conceivably entice a "In summary, the structural overall condition of the Rosenberg Building appears -
It was a pleasure meeting you. I ap- percentage of its 301 traffic to linger and Grants AvailableIt to be very good, and relatively easy to restore compared to many historically -

preciated the opportunity to talk to you spend their money. I think that your was learned late last summer that valuable projects."

and the representatives of Harland Bar community is on the right track in its "Special Category" grants for the

tholomew about the planned im- desire to make the Call Street area rehabilitation of historical or architec- I'

provements to the Call Street business more attractive, however, please con- turally significant buildings are funded by i
district. I hope that the efforts which the sider the wisdom of demolishing a special legislative appropriation each ": ..

Chamber of Commerce is putting into buildings which although abandonedand year.1987 It will is expected be in the that area this of appropriationin $9 million. Letters to the Editor i i1J

the area are well-rewarded. I still taken for granted at the present "Special Category" projects are submit- "

believe that Starke would make an ex- time, might, once renovated, add flavor ted to the Legislature as line items in the -
cellent applicant for the Main Street and beauty to the area. Currently, the Secretary of State's budget, and may be

Program and I hope that you might con- federal government provides generoustax applied for on the basis of the amount -.. '
needed for the rehabilitation work. Before --
sider that in the future.
possibility incentives to this of
encourage type being submitted to the Legislature they
One aspect of the planned revitalization activity. Many seemingly hopeless are screened by the Historic Preservation An Open Letter to Gene MatthewsFor i

has caused me some concern. I structures have been rescued from Advisory Council.It .

realize that you will be needing addi- demolition or decay through timely is emphasized, however, that in orderto I read
have your Appreciation
tional parking in the downtown area. renovations. Call Street has a lot of receive favorable consideration the project editorials many in years The Telegraph. Your -
needs to offer a specific use for the Expressed To
However, I would hate to see any of potential as a commercial attraction, building and a long-time commitment to editorials projecting your loyalty to the Norma's Home
Starke's unique historic structures but much of its appeal rests upon its its maintenance. been most ad-
to admire devotion .. ...... .
mirable. I continue your
sacrificed for parking particularlysince historic character.I "i nn
In a recent letter to the City, the Bureauof ,
Grand Ole
to the Party.I "1 'n b'J31Y>
it appears that the theme for was pleased to be included in Historic Preservation outlined review Dear Editor:: '
.;', future revitalization efforts will be very procedures to be followed under Section am not so sure that the strong A word should be said in appreciation for
your meeting with Jim Robinson, thank 106 of the National Historic PreservationAct Democratic Party organization, built after the wonderful contribution which has been
centered of
upon the appeal Starke'spast. again for the opportunity. Please has been in the interestof made to the
you of 1966 before permission can be obtained the 33 depression, our community by recently
The age ana quality of the feel free to call upon me if you should for demolition of buildings on the a healthy government responsive to the closed Norma's Home. For a number of
buildings in the old downtown would need any additional information. We National Register of Historic Places. electorate.A years, Norma Thompson and her husband

lend them to a promotion based on can also provide presentations on the In his report filed in August, Ferro said, large segment of today's voting elec- BUI, have provided a much needed service
Starke's historic roots. However, if the tax incentive programs if anyone in the "It appears that this project was never torate is virtually "Turned Off" to by which a large number of elderly people
have received loving care by these people
submitted to office for review is
as re-
our associated with politics. Since
that the everything
buildings provide
unique business community is interested in quired by federal law." and those who worked with them.
is not responsive to the voter'sneeds
character of Call Street government
are destroyedone learning more about the financial ad- and ideas of government why vote? I Now, because of picky bureaucratic
by one, you could easily lose the vantages of renovating historic struc- Grant Cycle Starts Soon Many have lost faith in their governmentto regulations,this excellent facility has been
most important part of its appeal to one tures. I am also enclosing a copy of an in two govern. /forced to close, and those who benefited so
Special Category grants are
of much from the excellent care they received -
the largest potential groups of con- article about Tallahassee's downtown phasesthe first grant for a relatively The loss of faith in government has cost I there have been forced to look

sumers, tourists and passersby. area. Sincerely small amount, up to $15,000, for use in the Democratic Party dearly In the '70s elsewhere, if indeed: they can find another ....
Historic downtowns have become design plans and specifications for the and '80s. It was during this period that we caring place such as Norma's Home.
Diana Primelles
rehabilitation. This grant cycle starts had several Republican Presidents and
development many other states. If the Historic Sites Specialist February 15 and closes March 15. The cycle one Republican-controlled Congress. This Let us all thank Norma and Bill. for what
of the downtown and its in- for the larger (construction) grants happened because the electorate was seek- they have done for so many.

opens next September 15 and closes ing to gain control over those elected to Ballard Wilson,Pastor
November 15. The large grants are for an represent them in government.This 1st United Methodist
unlimited amount based on cost estimates.The .
Court Will DecideIf was healthy for government
Preservation Bureau has recom- because the seniority that was built up and
I mended that the City stabilize (weather- the special interest groups, that had con- Forestry. : :
Sunshine Law ViolatedLawtey's proof) the building immediately in order to trol, were brought down.If .
prevent further deterioration.
the electorate wants to regain control in Bradford County
over elected officials, and I believe they .
Legislature responds to changing I do, they must sacrifice party loyalty and -
Chief of Police M.M. Jor- conditions. There are those who feel identification. The evidence is abundantthat Fire Season is Upon Us!
dan has filed a complaint with the voters are now attaching more
the business of government is com- Several The fall season means fire time in Nor-
State Attorney's office, charging that Groups significance to issues than to party loyalty.
Mayor Robert Scott and Councilman plicated by the requirement that it be The trend is obvious. I'm sure the decreasing thern Florida. With the coming of the first
done in the open, but the people have frequency and intensity of identification frost and lower air humidity, the threat of
Buster Bennett met in a clandestine determined that increased public Interested in Use ; with a party must alarm you. wildfires reaches a dangerously high level,
meeting following adjournment of a and and remains high through the end of spring -
regular meeting Oct. 5 and in- understanding, participation cop- when the rainfall again turns the
fidence in government outweigh the The electorate is also beginning to vegetation green.
structed City Clerk Queen Robinsonto disadvantages." Of Rosenberg Bldg realize that the grass roots of politics
: This is also the when
time of
raise council members year
pay by $50 begins with the city and county. Local officials '
: fire is used for off
per month. Many old timers remember hear- that hold office for life and seem to burning
ing of "smoke filled" rooms, in which Several local groups interested in I think that it is their right, don't have theI I Prescribed croplands or fire underbrush is useful in woodlands.tool but
The two council members told the decisions were made affecting public dramatics, music, art and choral Issues and the Interests of the voter In I' wildfires can be a in
very costly, resulting
Telegraph that such a meeting never work met Wednesday afternoon with mind. Their overwhelming interest
policy, and appointments were hand- loss of timber, crops, homes or even lives.It .
occurred. the Bradford County Board of
ed out to political supporters. These Historical Trustees in the interest of becomes being re-elected. SpeciaTInterest is the job of the Florida Division of
Regardless of the outcome "of this are largely gone, but some office saving the Jones-Rosenberg i I groups, and in some places organized Forestry to suppress wildfires, and it is a
court action, it is important that holders have become more building on East Call Street. 'crime I help them to remain in office term very expensive operation considering the
elected officials, as well as the sophisticated in conducting public I. after term. Many voters are already turn- cost of manpower and equipment.By .
; The trustees went on record as requesting ing their attention to this by not voting for Florida law
general public, be reminded of the business out of the public's view.. the City Commission to anyone in office. anyone doing any open
burning must first obtain an authorizationby
provisions of the "Sunshine Law". Eternal vigilance is the price we cooperate in saving the building by I believe that the situation.will finally calling the Division of Forestry office in

In the introduction to the 1987 edi- must pay to keep the public's applying for a special category '.evolve down to strictly t.ssu'1I and'party their area. The phone number for obtain-

tion of the "Government in the Sun- business out in the open. To revert to I I State's grant through Office to the obtain Secretary funds for of I'I politics! will. be. dead. I eye tonI ing authorization or reporting fires is
UM local level, the Good Ole Boy the 964-5436 for Bradford County landowners.
shine the and or
Manual General of the
Attorney Pendergast
ways I which
rehabilitating building Authorizations be obtained
I Good Ole Girl will not be able to hold an office may seven
Robert A. Butterworth states: Machine in Missouri or allow the was constructed in the 188O It was :
I for as long as they want it. The time is days a week, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
"While' many states now have likes of "Boss" Daley of Chicago to suggested that it be used for a com- I rapidly approaching that when a politician To obtain an authorization to burn, the

similar laws, Florida's tradition of come to power in the Sunshine Stateis for bined Starke museum and Bradford and cultural I II will doomed" In front of his name that he I dispatcher must be supplied the following
,open government is one of the na- the worst possible scenario that can I I be in efforts to hold that office information: landowner's name, name of

tions's oldest and its committment to befall a free people. New York's I .__ again. the person responsible for the fire,

.a freely informed public is one of the Tammany Hall was possible only I The building, built in the 18808, is I'' telephone number, reason for the burning,
number of and
Ideas acres, location of the fire
The two put forth in by
this letter of
Call Street. It '
of the oldest on
strongest. Since the early 1900s the '. through allowing meetings closed to one less identification with and section, township and range.
was built by J.N.Jones, the father of a party, not re-
Sunshine State has required that the public and to the press. I the late DeWitt C. Jones, who founded I elect the Good Ole Boy on the local level The location of the fire Is then plotted on

government conduct its business. Members of the press will always i the Jones Funeral Homes in I will give government back to the people a map. This allows the dispatcher to
under the gaze of.public scrutiny. ,''zealously guard the rights of the Starke and Gainesville, and also : I where it belongs. Government will be distinguish between necessary fires and
cleaner and more In tune with UM geaeralpubliesc wildfires spotted from the air tower
44 operated Starke's first Coca-Cola t i iI or a
The courts of this state have public to attend meetings of political I I Bottling Plant for many yean. i I II III and responsive to the people that It I I before sending a firefighting! the
declared these laws to be expressions boards and committees, and the rightof I scene.

of public policy by the legislature and the press to publish whatever takes : I Burning authorizations are Issued free of
have in those The The building was later sold to Mr."Matthews, your loyalty and dedication -' but If fails
protected'them, generally ,place meetings. press Newell B. Hull around 1900. He I stands abovo I know. Tee charge, a person to obtain an
avoiding restrictive interpretationsthat corps will also take action anyone authorization may be cited or charged
any merchandisesure
a general I changing times cannot erase the mark you unlawful
would weaken them or narrow necessary to curtail decisions and in the building and also served j haw made. No matter where the future I this is a second-degree burning. Under misdemeanor Florida law andis

their scope. Official opinions of the :agreements made outside of published aa Starke Postmaster until 1922. I political battleline may be drawn, those inherent punishable by maximum fine of$500, and
Attorney General have, in accor- | meetings. I Hull's store was known for Its wide I qualities of loyalty and dedication days in Jail. ,
variety of merchandise, Including that you possess will be desired in the pro-
dance with this policy, liberally construed t While the press may appear to have everything from shoes to wagons. I cess. You deserve to be recognized by your Don't allow yourself to become careless
the laws and broadened the vested interest in open meetings, Democratic constituents and this with fire In the next few months Just
18 because we get a little rain here
public's right to know. ain't necessarily so." Every outstanding service to and there.
the party thatthe know you believe in so The reason that I say this Is because unless I
'Florida's open government laws | "citizen should share the same desire much. we get substantial rain over the next three
will continue to evolve as court decisions for openess in government. To do '"Unpredictability, too NIt Joseph N. Warren to four months,our area la going to be very

are rendered and the j otherwise is to invite disaster.. beoonM monotonous." Box 1074,Starke wEn fire and ftSffirwar** UC'


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Dec.7-11 .........." Hamourger. gravy, mate
DOtalIIraIp greena, atrawbarry ahortcana,
r .S News Bradford Elem.*Middle School hot ralto milk.Tkaneayt .
Menaayi ChMMOurgw,tater toll,peas beam, mad emcken, baked beam, Crencafrte
octal coconut can*,mUKTaetdayt .,packs.cumamen roll. ,milk.
i CiUc smda noodles.. H peanut putter rrMayi Corndog macaroni ft cA.Ia..carte --, green
aandwlch .-peas,fruit cup,nulL Dean,appeteauoe,oooue,milk.
m Weaaawlajri Hotdog on bun, baked beane, cab-
Weddings Births baga law,paacMa.cootie,milk.Taanaajri .
Club News. Saliabury> aleak,nee a gravy,turnip Meaeayi Cnradoga, trench frle, plea, O.J..
o ngagiemente, o Church News Social greena,apptoeauee,brownie,biaculta milk.ntdayi m
; Event'Social Plus, buttered corn; garden; salad, Teaaaayi Hamburger*, ptesa franca aim,
.. .. 7ira I pineapple caka matBradford w.......,. (Early: Relaaae, Day)
High School Cbeaaeburaara: comdoga franco Mm, O.J.,
m .
Meaaayi B.sf-v.gemblusoupcheer.loutab.>> PrUayi CheaMbtirgert, plan, mUkahakea,
bag Law cherry cobbler. cake,milk. ranch. film,OJ.
. Brlefs -""" '-----1+ Tvwaayi Spaghetti w/maat sauce, chaaaa stUtSsrd.n .Each. day atudanta nave a choir. of a hot lunch,
., .ealad,apple, ,_P'.hot rolla.milk. salad bar or they may purchaae, a-la-carte.

'I f Miss Ayer' Honored
Clark-Dicks ToWed
I I t With Showers, luncheons December 5 u ...:, Y\

f Vonda Kay Ayer was honored with -- .,
The wedding of Karen Lynn Clark $ee,ua for I wQuality
several bridal
showers and luncheons and David Mitchell Dicks will take Invitations *Reception Item. \
during the past month. The place Saturday, December '*Attendants Gifts*Party Dresses
first 5 at 7
was an
engagement party given p.m. at North Central '*Tuxedos *Mother of the Bride Hosiery ,
In Tampa Baptist :
by Commander and W
Church I Bridal Accessories
Dorothy 518 NW 14th Avenue
parents of the -
Gainesville A *>Apniversary Gifts
groom,.with 50 guests attending. reception in their
honor will be held in
On ov. 6, a dinner party was the church foi a
given the bridal couple by Mrs. fellowship hall following the Mr._and Mrs.Richard Walmsley,Jr.GrfsWomsev r 1
Lavon Andrews, Mrs. Doyle ceremony. !Meant lnpma rr..UC"A". r
Thomas Mrs. Gregory Whitaker, All relatives and friends of the / / / Wed Nov. 14 Leila's
and Mrs. Wilford Allen couple are invited to share this occa- .
at the homeof - - - -
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Andrews of sion with them."Merry Ms. Julie L. Griffis, daughter of presently the Senior Sentence Dress & Gift Shop

Starke.A Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. Morgan of Specialist at New River Correctional .
miscellaneous shower was given Christmas Starke, and Richard Walmsley Jr.. Institution. Mr. Walmsley was a 1973 Bradford $quar -1
Nov. 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. With Love" MusicTo son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard graduate of Union County High Shopping C.nlsrStark.*

Ronnie Norman of Graham. Shower Walmsley, Sr., of Raiford, were School and is presently a sergeant at 964-3031 CO|H
hostesses were Cheri Norman, Be Presented united in marriage on Nov. 14 at the Union Correctional. _
Samira Massey, and Becky Crews. Christmas Music will be presented Kingsley Lake Baptist Church. 0--
On November lo,the bride's home December 11 and 12, 1:30: p.m. each The ceremony was performed by C : 1'< church. First Baptist Church of evening featuring the Bradford Rev. Leonard T. Melton. Nuptial 'S"ARlq '11 A I', '\ "lIze, ,
Graham, honored the bride with a High.School Chorus and Ensembleand music was provided by pianist _'452'""I' :Ml'din r.t, ://f>>'PfIWt n $f I
lovely shower, hosted by Alma Leta the Merry Christmas Orchestra. Laurie Davis. Richard Walmsley .
Sparks and Eloise Jones. This special music presentation is Sr., attended his son as best man. : :"" ;\\jj11; ,, iit; "j. CKSONVll.h;; I
On Saturday, Nov. 14,a bridal luncheon First Baptist Church Dennis Crawford brother-in-law of Kina :'olaUi1,MI\Ut I Oc.t'o; ,, '
was held at the home of Mr. First United Methodist Church andthe the groom, served as usher. 400U ,,19t'' .
and Mrs.Marshall Levinson of Tam Madison Street Baptist Church. Miss Amie Griffis, daughter of the
pa. The party was given by Nay Tickets ($2 for adults, $1 for bride, attended as maid of honor. SALE STARTS TODAY
Levinson, Norma Felsenthal and students) may be obtained from a She wore a pink tea length gown accented -
Ocia Fielder. choir member. This presentationwill by an ivory headpiece featuring FABRICS I OF MOST
Sharon Norman. Montez Carter be held at the Bradford Middle silk roses and seeded pearls. EVERY DESCRIPTION
and Debbie Vaughn hosted a lingerie School gymnasium. The bride, given in marriage by SOLIDS AND PRINTS
shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs. her father wore an ivory tea length 45" and 60" wid.
Jeffrey Norman of Starke.A gown of silk organza featuring full. e SHORTENDSOVERRUNS 3 n..s$1
bridemaid luncheon was givenon Lawtey ElementaryStudents length lace sleeves. She wore a w JOt
the 28th of November by Suzy "' fingertip veil accented with silk .:"-::-.=.. LOOSE FOLD IN BIN
Preparing '
Walker and Kathy GUlingham at the roses and seeded pearls, carrying a ;-I':
home of Mr.and Mrs.Eric Walker in For Science Fair cascading bouquet of pink carnations /r 'f ALL COTTON
Gainesville. A lovely meal was served students and daisies. Ms. Susan \
Lawtey in [
and a gift presented to the bride grades are Faulkner directed the wedding. CORDUROYBRUSHED
learning about science fair
and her mother.MosleyGriffis. projects. Following the Mr. and TOWN N'COUNTRY
Mrs. ceremony \
Mary Rich, Science Consultant
Mrs. Dennis Assorted Wale and
Crawford hosted
from the NE Florida Educational a \ Colors in 45"nd60"wid $149
Consortium presented guidelinesand reception at their Kingsley Lake COTTON 99 \j
slide home. During the reception, Melm- Prhs good, .
a show the
To Wed Dec. 18 for science projects, to procedure 6th da and Melissa Waimsley, Florals e Paisleys Plaids yd thru Saturday

Lawrence and Linda Mosley of and 7th grade students on November rice daughters bags to of the the wedding groom, guests.passed out to 45" Wide Regular 2.59 yd. CIC _

Starke marriage announce of their the daughter apprroaching Dawn 10.Mrs.. Rich showed a videotape and Beach Following the a couple trip to will St. Augustine reside in ... 0 ." ."1 .. ... .. Quantify Rights Reserved

Michele, to Leroy L. Griffis, son of various demonstrations to studentsin Starke.
Leroy and Jane Griffis of Starke. grades 4 and 5 on November 12. Mrs. Walmsley * *
was 1976
The Her presentations, which were both a 't;" .I' .n.
wedding is planned for Friday -
graduate of. Bradford High. and is :; HIGH FASHION
Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. in Graham interesting and informative should 72" Wide 1OO /WOOL
Baptist Church. A reception will help students as they prepare their Call
follow at the American Legion Hall projects.The MartyAt NYLON NET / BEE TO S and WOOL BLENDS
i on Edwards Road following the school science fair will be held 964-6300 ON CARDS
,_ ceremony.The February 11, 1988 for grades 6 and 7. For Christmas Gifts Christmas Red, Green, Whit. .SOLIDS PLAIDS. STRIPES
bride .is a 1987 graduate of They will have a chance to go to the and many other colors Values to { 60" Wide
Bradford High and is employed as a regional science fair in March. And Suggestions 1.29 card 511:
clerk specialist at University of Grades K-S will have their science LIMIT Limit 20Except Values to $298
Florida. The groom is a CSMS at fair later in the year. Announcing... YARDS 7.98 Yd.
Camp Standing and a 1986 graduate 3 YARDS$1 ( Streamline)
I of BHS Jennifer Joyce Barnett FOR
All friends and relatives are invited Gospel Sing,;Revival' Randy K. and Pamela Barnett KNEE HIGHS T.xTuarfl.FASHION. . 59'eu.

no invitat1.o2JJY.II.} sent.oi At Church of God proudly announce' the birth of a 100% POLYESTER GIRLS' TIGHTS FANCIES t t n ......,,', .&1 its.
J ...} -. )., -c r-i ftii.iaat l; ,", daughter Jennifer Joyce, born Nov. ...
Clubrew Church of God of Prochesy will be Spnngdale '-11 0,)'
i. Woman 9, at Memorial Hospitalin {WASH N'WEAR CHILRf4NS' SOX'FAN .. 74'
having a gospel sing featuring the Arkansas. She weighed 8 Ibs. 11 < ... .... .. .. .. i

Christmas Party Gospel Express from Denton, Ga., SUPER SUEDE PANTY HOSE SOLIDS FANCiES. .99...
on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m.A oz.Maternal
For December 9 grandparents are Fred yr
TUBE SOX Aeell.tNIl1EN'5s..r 6 13"Choice
revival will begin Dec. 6,at 7:30: and Wanda Chitty. Paternal grand- .ant err
The annual Christmas party of the p.m.nightly except Sundays (which parents are H.E. and Mildred Fall Colors ANKLET SOX ALL COTTON .3 Cr 9'
Woman's Club of Starke will be held will begin at 6 p.m.) Sister Joy
December 9. at 3 p.m. Committee Thornton will be guest speaker and Barnett.Cara 60" Wide $ O 49 .. MEWS SOX ACRYLIC AND. NYLON. . 6 rr 8311
Chairman Betty Warren will be invites everyone to these services, Lynn Hannon a 5.98 or :r
assisted by her committee, composed located at the Church of God of Prophesy Timothy W. and Connie J. Hannonof Value H.'c ill< '
of Muriel Wilson, Evelyn Griffin, Hwy 301 N. between Lil' Starke announce the birth of a
Frances McLendon Freda Judd, Champ Food Store and Sunshine daughter, Cara Lynn born Sunday
Elizabeth Seymour Louise St.John, Motel. Nov. 22, at Alachua GeneralHospital CHRISTMAS MttiJmi COTTON
Beverly Blacksbear Liz Nasworthy, in Gainesville. She weighed CHRISTMAS
- Della Rosenberg, Jackie Grider, 8 Ibs.7 oz.She is welcomed by sister, CHRISTMASPRINTS
Ruth Reddish, Hazel Hardy, Jan Jeanna Danielle, 2 years old. RIBBONS S i WOODCUT-OUTS I
Powell, Ted JOhnS Dorothy Brown, Old Fashion Christmas Maternal grandparents are Gene / STARS ;
Eunice Searing and Leola Christy. Bazaar this Saturday W. Noegel of Starke and Mrs.Connie iwINOWItAKES'_ ; II
Patter of West Palm Beach. II
Homemade crafts will be featuredat
Paternal Mr.
grandparents are
Annual Christmas Party
the Christmas Bazaar this Satur- and Mrs. Mark Hannon. Great-
J At Kingsley Lake Center day, Dec. 5 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. grandmother is Mrs. D.L. Wormer,

Saturday December 5 at Along the with Church crafts of,God homemade of Prophesy.chili, all of Portvllle N.Y. "M' andet Fabrics CHATHAM ACRYLICTHERMALWEAVE 1 /

Members of the KIngsley Lake sandwich and beverage (at a cost of Am. Leg/on/ Post 56 :: ''lACECHRISTMAS. :;;- r
Property Owners Assn. will have $2) will be served. Donations of Dinner TuesdayPost / .TREf -
their annual Christmas party and items will be accepted at the churchor
covered dish supper at the Civic caU 964-5018. 56 of the American Legion is JSKIRTSb 1 II
Center this Saturday, Dec. 5. All proceeds from this bazaar will having a covered dish dinner on II ,
Supper will be served at 7 p.m., go toward purchase of new pews. Tuesday, Dec. 8 beginning at 7 p.m. 1
at the Post home on Edwards Road. .! !f i'i.rOHer '
followed by a Christmas tree and exchange Pastor W.T. Laney invites everyoneto
of gifts. Members are askedto come and browse around. The Post will provide meat and
marked for man, bread. All members and their '
bring a gift I- t e
woman or child not to exceed $5 in families are encouraged to bring a
covered dish and attend.
value. December CalendarFor

At Call 94690d Marty Johns St.December Missionary Johns Calendar BaptistThe Baptist Church for St. 1

For Christmas Gifts will be as follows: 1i. Jjj:5
Sun., Dec. 6,11:30: a.m., December !

And SuggestionsDid Eula Youth Bell Day Nichols.Program speaker Mrs.

Mondays, 7-8 p.m.. Christmas
you know... Practice. its m CUP THIS COUPON . . CUP THIS COUPON B B H B .
Mrs. Medford Connelly, Mrs. Mondays, 6-7 p.m., Youth Choir
Herbert Thomas Mrs. John Griffin Practice. I FISH & FRIES $2.00 j
Mrs.. John Stephenson and Miss Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m., Bible Study. FISH & FRIES $2.00
Lillian Stump attended the FFWC Wednesday Dec. 23, 7 p.m., Blwo Two tender fish fillets french '
District IV Presidents' Council Christmas Program. The is tender fish fillets trench Dt.m tain TV*
meeting in Jacksonville at the Arlington invited. Of fries and two hush puppies. Ca p1111': fries and two hush puppies. Jjt)t3Hl JLIS I IHj .

Woman's Club on Monday 011..erphe 12117/87. Not
>..*..1 /17/.7. Not good with any whanapacWeralaoourt X"A
little seafood
) place. ].
'Nov.. 30.Cuban. Brownie Troop (participating CastD'..) A great little seafood place.,. .p.dr a dICOUM(MimildI great .

MissionaryTo Had Ceremony Nov. 16 . CUP THIS COUPON B B B B B. B B B B CUP THIS COUPON B B B B .

Speak Sunday Brownie Troop 325 held their in- FISH & FRIES $2.00 j
At First' MethodistThis vesture ceremony Monday, Nov. 18 FISH & FRIES $2.00
wth 3 new girls joining the troop.The TWo tender fish fillets trench
coming Sunday Dec. 6, First girls who were invested were Two tender fish fillets french f\ : TVl f M. 2 TM
United Methodist Church of Starke Yaneisha Mathew J. Carmella B fries, and two hush puppies.JtlJLcllll J-JS B fries, and two hush. J5 I.

will participate In the Mission Thomas and Ta'Nlka Wilson. .,.. ..1211m.. Hal -...,- 011.apart 2117187. Not good oat ory otlw
an at good A little seafood place. |.
Saturation Program United'MethodlstChurches which is an The troop took a trip to Wendy's on | s......a_(Wwnang curt 0'1.) A great little seafood place.,. I 'D'0w.a deadM(Col peotIofpadng aA 00..) great .
event In all the the work-
Monday, Nov. 23. touring
: of the Gainesville District. Ing area and quipment.The girls fix- . CUP THIS COUPON . . CUP THIS COUPON . .
The highlight of this program ed their own meal at Wendy's.
Vilal be the 11 a.m. worship service WITH
Sunday morning In which Mrs.Hilda DAR Christmas LuncheonSet OR j| FEED MORE
Fuester will be the speaker. Mrs.
for Monday Dec. 7 '
Fuestor is a product of missionarywork :
in Cuba where she was converted The Col.Samuel Elbert Chapter of HOLIDAY FAMILY PACKS
and trained under the Influence DAR will meet for their Christmas

her of community missionaries. who workedin luncheon Mark's Parish on Monday House, 12 7 at noon.St. : REGULAR MENU PRICE OF A VALUE OR THRIFT PACK :

L This will be a covered dish luncheon. $$2.00 OFF

Bradford Homemakers VAWI PACK Includes.: 12 Bali Bite.*.frenctllrt... cote
-t Melting.t b;? Call MartyAt Inc ud.a:: 1(ton.1......Iranoti kiss, cots slow and .
The Bradford Co. Extension!: .. a hum pupplee. Ser.s W.
'Honfemaker Club will meet Dec. 10at 964-6300 .
11 a.m. In the Ag Building. A For Christmas Gifts . little. seafood: Plac -cMt: r..iat'7U.Nai--" ; ; _...,
A ..
'covered dish luncheon, will follow the great e ..rV....dYaaadwwdra( ...+waaaa

meeting. Bring small gift to exchange And Suggestions . . . . . . . I


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Legal NoticesIN = :'" :"'

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT West perty of AlAN 1 MElODY OIBBS, bid will be required to provide proof of
kf adjoining property I I. now being Contractors Liability Insurance ...MIWorkman'
COURT IN AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY used. described at follows: lot and 10 (apart '
FLORIDA. You ore furth.r given NOTICE that a of Lot 9 a 6 of Unit 3, Indian Beach) Compi .at Ion coverage.:
located 1000 feet Watt of Rd. and Hchgl23UNITED
PROBATE DIVISION copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is SI. 21
Case No.B7-98-CP available for your Inspection at the office off CR 21 i, approximately 1V4 acre*,
File No. 1-3877 of the Director of Zoning and Planning 1 Parcel 061(0-00900, faction 35, STATES DISTRICT
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF 209 N. Thompson St., City Hall, Township BS., Rang 22 East, for rural COURT MIDDLE DISTRICTOF
Deceased. Each and You or. furth.r given NOTICE that a DIVISION
every person any
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO Interest what.v.r In the enactment of copy of told proposed ORDINANCE !I. Court No.I7.7D5-Clv...-"
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR this proposed ORDINANCE should available for your Inspection at the office UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE and be heard at the tlm. and appear of the Director of Zoning and Planning Plaintiff,
ttLv AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTEDIN place prescribed. City Hall 209 N. Thompson St., v*
You or. notified that the administration OF STARKE COMMISSIONERSBy Each and every person having any Interest and LYDIA F. PHILLIPS,
of th. Estate of BARNEY LEE Darrell O'Neal whatever In the.nactm.nt of this D.f.ndants.NOTICE
COLLINSWORTH, Deceased Is pending Director, Starke proposed ORDINANCE should appear OF SALE
In the Circuit Court for Bradford County Zoning a Planning and be heard at the time and Notice I I. hereby given that pursuant
I Florida Probate Division,the address of Itchg 12/3 to a Default Judgment entered on
which Is Post Office Draw.r B, Stark., BOARD OF BRADFORD November, 1987, by the above entitled
Florida. Th. Personal Representative of COUNTY COMMISSIONERSBy Court In the above styled came, the
the Estate I I. WILLIAM S. COL. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Gilbert S.Brown,Clerk undersigned United State* Marshal or
LINSWORTH whose address If Rt. 4, Box REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Itchg" 12/3 any of his duly authorized deputies' will
1S4, Stark., Florida. Th. nom. and address THE LAND USE PLAN ell the property situate In Bradford
of the Personal Representative's An Ordinance amending th. Comprehensive County Florida, described as:
Attorney are set forth below: Land Use Plan Element and NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Lot 23, Parkwood Subdivision, a* per
All persons having claims or demands Mop by City of Starke, Florida In accordance REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF plot thereof recorded In Plat Book 3.
against the Estate are required WITHIN with th. local Government THE(LAND USE PLAN Page 3, public record.of Bradford County -
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive Florida,
IRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to as provld.d for In Chapt.r 163 of th. Land Use Plan EI.m.nt and at public outcry to the highest, and
He with th. Clerk of the above Court a Florida Statutes. Map by City of Starke, Florida In accordance best bidder for cash at the hour of 12:00:

vrltten .tat.m.nt of any claim or de- TO: All citizens, taxpayers, and oth.r with the local Government Noon on January 6, 1988. at the front
nand th.y may have. Each claim must Interested person Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 door entrance of the Bradford County
Mr.and Mrs.Thomas HoweClemonsRowe be In writing and must Indicate the basis You and each of you or.hereby and as provided for In Chapter 163 of the Courthouse at Starke, Florida.
of the claim the nom. end address of h.r.wlth given notice In accordance Florida Statute Dated: November 18, 1987.
I the creditor or his agent or attorney and with Florida Statutes that th. Board of TO: All citizens, taxpayers, and other Richard L.Cox,Jr.
Married September 19 the amount claimed. If th. claim Is not City Commissioners of Starke, Florida, Interested persons, United States Marshal
y.t du., the dot. wh.n It will become have designated th. Stark. Zoning You and each of you and Middle District of Florida
due shall be stated. If the claim I I. contingent and Planning Board to conduct a public h.r.wlth given notice In accordance John E. Lawlor III
Mischell Clemons and Thomas M. Smith. The wedding was directed by or unliquidated the nature of hearing at a regular meeting held at with Florida Statutes that the Board of Just United States AttorneyAttorney
Rowe were united in marriage on Mrs. Linda Kay Johns. City Commissioners of Stark., Florida for Plaintiff
the uncertainty shall b. stated. If the 7:00: p.m. In the City Commission Roomof
Saturday, Sept. 19 in a garden set- Following the ceremony, guests claim Is secured th. security shall b. Starke City Hall, Stark., Florida on have designated the Stark. Zoning 12/3 4tchg 12/14
ting overlooking Brooklyn Bay in enjoyed a traditional barbecue din described. Th. claimant shall deliver Thursday December 17, 1987, and and Planning Board to conduct a public
Keystone Heights. ner. The punch table was a focal sufficient copies of the claim to the CI.rk make a recommendation to the City of hearing at a regular meeting held at NOTICEOF
Mischell Clemons is the daughterof point of the evening, being adorned to .nabl. the Clerk to mall on. copy to Starke Commissioner and the Board 7:00: p.m.In the City Commission Roomof SHERIFF'S SALE
Bud Clemons of Starke and Mrs. by a silver punch bowl (belonging to each Personal Representative. will consider on Tuesday January 19, Starke City Hall, Stark., Florida, on Notice Is hereby given that I, Dolph E.
Marty Norman of Eustis. Thomas is the groom's grandmother) filled All persons Interested In the Estate to 1988 at the same said place ot 7:30: Thursday, December 17, 1987, and Reddish, as sheriff of Bradford County
the son of Mr. and Mrs. James V. with fresh strawberry punch which whom a copy of this Notice of Administration p.m. an Ordinance relating to: make a recommendation to the City of Florida und.r and by virtue of Writ of
Rowe of Sanford. The bride's pater- was made by a close friend of the has been mailed or. required Th. rezonlng of the following Starke Commissioners and the Board Execution, to-wit:
Issued of
nal grandparents are Mrs. Roy R. bride, Mrs. Sandra Pennell. WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM described prop.rty and amending the will consider on Tuesday, January 19 Execution out County Courtof
demons and the late Roy R. The bride's table was centered THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIONOF Comprehensive Land Use Plan to provide 1988, at the same sold place at 7:30 Bradford County, Florida pursuant to
Final for Fleet Flnanc., Inc.
THIS file that land soned RIA and p.m. an Ordinance relating to: a Judgm.nt .
Clemons and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and with four-tier NOTICE to any objections currently
a wedding cake with of Starke Florida and
The of the against Roy
the late Earl Dobbs. The th.y may have that challenges th. designated by the plan as Single Fami- rezonlng following
groom'spaternal additional
layers arranged
Thornton and Thornton
J. defen
described and amending th.Compr.h.nsiv. Betty ,
qualification of the Personal Representative ly, Low Density, be rezoned to R2A
grandparents are Mr. and outward from the tiered cake
which dents In the of
Land Use Plan to amount $1,639.30
or the of jurisdiction of the and designated Multl-Family, low density provide
Mrs. Robert G.Green and his mater- was capped with a musical revolving Court. the property of EARL C. FINDLEY that lands currently zoned RID with costs of collection.
grandparents were the late Mr. bride and and the plan Have seized and hove In
groom. Cutting the ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS THE ROOST INVESTMENT INC., designated by as Single my possession
and Mrs. W. Hogan Smith. bride's mixed be rezoned to RP, th. descrtibed
cake was Miss Gayle NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER described a* follows: Family L/D following personal
The bridal path was marked with Douglas, cousin of the groom. The BARRED. ".58 acres located at Southeast corner and designated Residential- property to-wit:
arrangements of pink mums con- groom's cake consisted of three in- Date of th. first publication of this of Park.r St. and Wilson Rd., professional the property of DEBRA S. 1979 Chevrolet Pickup, I.D. No.
nected by pink satin streamers and dividual heart cakes, each per- Notice of Administration: December 3, Parcel 04508.0 oo. Section 34.Township < JAMES R. FLYNN, described as CLN1498218751As
bows which led to the gazebo fron- sonalized 19B7. 6 S. follows: the property of the above named
with Tom, Mischell and Range 22 E., to be used
WILLIAM COLLINSWORTH Lots 4, 8 3 of Blk. 1 of defendant and that the 28th
ting on the lake. The gazebo was Lacy, with Lacey's cake adjoining for multi-family with no more density 3. Sunny on Monday, I
enhanced with sprengeri fern and the two layer cakes. As Personal Representative than S units p.r acre to fall under exemption Acre at corner of Grand St. and day of D.c.mb.r,1987,at two o'clock on
large flowing Boston ferns. Large The Monica Of Th.Estate ofBarn.y for plan and amendment Georgia St., Northwest of Courthouse, said day on the premises of the Bradford
groom's sister, Jo L.. Colllnsworth, Deceated map Parcels 02378-A-00300 02378-A-00400 County Jail, I will offer for sale and sell
pedestal of and is with CLUP.
arrangements Clements of Sanford in compatible
was chargeof ATTORNEYS FOR I Section the bldd.r for cash '
02378-A-OOSOO. 21, Township6S to highest In hand ,
gladioluses and You or. furth.r NOTICE that
mums given a
chrysan- the children's
activity table which
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: Range 22E for professional off ic.s. th. above described property of sold I
themums outside the copy said proposed ORDINANCE Is
matched had
gazebo coloring pictures (replicas of I
BESSENT a MOODYBy This Is compatible with CLUP. defendant to satisfy, the aforesaid Execution
arrangements Inside the gazebo, the wedding party) for the young William .... avallobl. for your Inspection ot -
A. .nt. III, Esq. of the Director of Zoning and Planning You or.furth.r given NOTICE that a Dolph E.Reddish1234tchgl221
with several points of interest on the guests. 403 W. Georgia Street copy of said proposed ORDINANCE Is Sheriff
209 N. Thompson St., City Hall,
grounds and serving tables. Assisting and serving guests were P. O. Box 1056 Starke, Florida. available for your Inspection at the office Bradford County.Fla.
The bride, escorted to the altar by aunts of the bride and groom, Mrs. Stark. Florida 32091 Each and of th.Director Zoning and Planning
her father, and given in Treva Newmans Mrs. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 every person having any
marriage by Beth 904-964-7262 Interest whatever In the enactment of 209 N. Thompson St., City Hall,
her father, mother and brother, Reynolds, Mrs. Jo Ann Griffis, and this proposed ORDINANCE should Starke, Florida Fla.Twin Theatres
wore a gown of white satin overlaid Mrs. Marian Douglas. Reception and be heard at the time and appear Each and every person having any
with lace and enhanced with pearls music for the evening was providedby NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR place prescribed. Interest whatever In the enactment of Starke 964-5451
andsequins. Rows of lace ruffles Dean Blackwell. REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF BOARD OF CITY this proposed ORDINANCE should appear
adorned the fitted bodice and short The bride's book was kept by Mrs. THE LAND USE PLAN OF STARKE COMMISSIONERSBy and be heard ot the time and Open Every Nite e "
pouffed sleeves. The full skirt, Cheryl Griffis. Passing out rice- An Ordinance amending the Comprehensive Darrell O'Neal place prescribed. --- Ii IiI
land Use Plan Element and
bordered in ruffles, cascaded into a filled miniature champagne glasses Director, Stork. BOARD OF CITY $2.00 SPECIAL
of Starke, Florida In
Map by City accordance
sweeping chapel train. Pearl diamond were nieces of the bride and groom th. local Zoning S Planning
with GovernmentComprehensive Darrell O'Neal Sat & Sun 5:00: show I
earrings and a diamond pen- Summer Reynolds, Kristin anJLauren Planning Act of 1975 Itchg 12/3 I
dant,gifts from the groom,were her Clements.Out as provided for In Chapter 163 of th. Director S Stark. LTueadaLr Show___j
adornments. The bride's bouquetwas of town guests included Mr. Florida Statutes. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Zoning Planning

a cascade of pink sweetheartroses. and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds of Perry TO: All cltliens, taxpayers, and oth.r REZONING AND AMENDMENTOF Itchg 12/3 HELD OVER
Mr.and Mrs. Robert O'Neil, Mr. anbMrs. Interested persons. THE LAND USE PLAN INVITATION TO BID --

The Rev. Greg Douglas united the- Don Reynolds Ms. Carolyn You and.och of you or. and An ORDINANCE Land Use amending Plan Element th. Comprehensive and. Th. City of Lawt.y will receive sealed FATALA1TRAcrION

couple using the traditional Biblical Graham, Mr. ana Mrs. Steve herewith glv.n notice In accordance by Bradford Florida, bids for the construction of a Handicapped
vows. In closing Rev. Douglas sang Whitley, Mr. and Mrs. Brian with Florida Statutes that the Board of Map with the County local Government In accordance Ramp at the lawtey City Hall locatedon

the Lord's Prayer. Robison, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hunt and City Commissioners of Starke, Florida, Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975 Lake Street, Lawtey Florida.
Miss Donna Newman, cousin of Mr. Art Brown, all of Sanford. have designated the Stork. Zoning provided for in Chapt.r 163 of th. For additional Information and a set of
the bride, was honor attendant. She The bride is a graduate of Brad and Planning Board to conduct a public Florida Statutes. plan and specifications, contact Queen Michael Douglas .'

was attired in a pink satin dress ford High and is employed by Dr. hearing at a regular meeting h.ld at TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers, and other Robinson, City Clerk Post Office Drawer Glenn Close [OR! ]
fashioned with an off-shouldered Pete Lianas The groom is a 7:00: p.m. in the City Commission Roomof Interested persons. C, Lawtey, Florida 32058 or t.l.phon.
neckline and the back was accented graduate of Seminole High and the Stark. City Hall Stark. Florida on Th. Bradford County Zoning and Plan 904/782-3454. SCREEN TWO
with a bow bustle effect. The Fire Science Program of Seminole Thursday D.c.mb.r 17, 1987, and ning Board conducted a public hearingon Bids will be accepted at Lawtey City

groom's daughter, Lacey, served as Community College. He is employedby make Storke a Commissioners recommendation and to the th.City Board of Tuesday November 24, 1987, on the Hall until 12 noon on December I". 1987.
flower girl. She wore a pink ruffled the City of Starke Fire Dept. and will consider on Tuesday January 19, b.low listed application and will make a Bid will be opened at 12:05: p.m. on SHELLEY LONGHELLO
dress similar to the bride's dress. is owner/operator of Cypress R recommendation to the Bradford County December 14, 1987.
1988 at the same said place at 7:30
Both attendants carried parasols accented Farms. Commissioner for their consideration The City of Lawtey reserves the rightto
p.m. an Ordinance relating to: and all bids Th. of
with floral of and action at the prescheduled final reject any City
arrangements Th. of the
miniature rezonlng following hearing for this application for rezonlng Lawt.y Is an Equal Opportunity
roses. described prop.rty and amending the and amendment of the Land Use Plan on Employer. Indicate "Sealed Bid" on outside -' AGAIN
Best man was the groom's father, Comprehensive land Us. Plan to provide Wednesday. December 16 1987 at the of envelope. Contractor awarded m
James Rowe. Attending as Call that land curr.ntly zoned I.I and .,,
MartyAt Commissioner Room of Bradford County -
groomsman was the brother of the designated by the plan as Light Industrial Courthoue, Starke, Fla. at 7:30:
bride,Jeffery,who had originally in- 964-6300 be rezoned to RIC, and an Ordinance relating to: p.m.
troduced the bride and groom. Christmas Gifts designated Single Family low d.nslty,
For Th. rezonlng of the following described : home
the of LOUISE JOHNSON Need insurance
The prenuptial music was provided property property and amending th. Comprehensive your :j
by Annette Pusateri vocalist and And Suggestions BEVERLY, described as follows:
Land Us. Plan to provide
2.1 off South side of Edwards home life boat? \
acres mobile
and the car or
guitarist traditional wedding that land currently zoned RSF and ,
Road West of City Ball Park Parcel
march was played by Barbara 04223-00000, Section 32 Township 6 designated by the plan as Rural Single
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Legal --
--- -- Nome In which Assessed: John Edward Estate of Louisa Llndsey, deceased: NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR

INTHECMCUITCOtMT REGISTER Notice It hereby given that I, DolphE All of told property being In the County to have any right title or InterettIn THI LAND USE PLAN
JUDICIAL FICTITIOUS NAMI Reddish, 01 sheriff of Bradford of Bradford. Slat of Florida. the property hereinafter described An ORDINANCE amending th. Comprehensive .
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR County Florida, under and by virtue of
BRADFORD Pursuant to Section 863.09 Florida Unless such certificate or certificates are hereby notified that an action hoe Land Use Plan Element and
,C COUNTY Ns S7-45ZCA FLORIDA Statutes, notice I I. hereby given that Writ of Execution, to-wit: hall b. redeemed according to law the been Instituted against you In the Map by City of Stark. Florida, In accordance
Circuit Courtof
> Execution Issued out of
PAT. H. BRADLEY, ClARA BELLI the undersigned Abar hi... Inc.. 311 property described In such certificate orcertificates above Court by th* United Stat.* of with th* local Government Comprehensive
BRADLEY WAYNt N. Temple Avenue Stark. Florida Alachua County Florida pursuant to will be sold to the hIQh..tblddor America for the enforcement of a Hen Planning Act of 1975 a* pro
SHARLENE E. 32091. sol. owner, doing business a Final Judg.m.nt for Atlantic National at the courthouse door on the against real property situated Jn Brad- vided for In Chapter 163 of the Florida
Plaintiff ADDISON. under the firm name of Ralfard Dry Bank of Gainesville. Florida, 22nd day of December 1987, at 11:00 ford County within Hue Middle Districtof Statute.
*, Cleener' 4 Alteration, Rd. 121. and against Frederick A. lenti a/k/a a.m. Florida and described a*folows: Tb: All Citizens Taxpayer, and other
v. F.A. Lent, defendant In 'Ih. amount
Commence at the SW of Section -
Intend to Dated this 12th day of November comer Interested
Ralford Florida registersold person
hair and > fictitious name under the, I.ction. 1987. 22. Township 6 South Rang 22 The Stark.Zoning and Planning Board
Gilbert S.Brown East run Easterly 39.43 feet mar or conducted Thursday
aforesaid statute. a public hearing on
Df ndanti. Dated this 12th day ol November Have celled and have In my poss.sslon Clerk of Circuit Court less to the Easterly right of way line of November 19 1987 on the below listed
the following personal Fla. the Old lowtey Rood; thence run
1987 In Union County. Bradford County rezoning and amendment to CLUP and
property to : North 007 East along told Easterly
11/19 4tchg 12/10 11/19"'chg12/10 will make a recommendation to the Cityof
BURY : 1982 Volkswagen, 4 dr
right of way line 750.00 feet to the Stark Commissioner for their consideration -
their heirs and I 1.0. No. WFB0179CV051646 -
assign Northerly right of way line of Donna
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and action at the prescheduled -
I i Address Unknown. REGISTER A*th*property of the above named UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Street, thence run North 8939' East final hearing for this application for -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on FICTITIOUS NAME defendant and that on Monday, the MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA along said Northerly right/ of way line rezoning and amendment of the Comprehensive
.action to Quiet Till*to certain land.In Florida 7th day of December, 1987 at 2.00 JACKSONVILLE DIVISION 223.00 f..t to the point of beginning; lone Use Plan Tuesday
Pursuant Section 869.09
.Bradford County hat b..n fll.dagainst p.m. on sold day on the premises of 86-M3.Clv.J.12 thence continue North 8939' East
Cat No. told
that December 13, 1987 at th*
Statutes, notlc. I I. hereby given some
In the Court. the Bradford Jail Yard, I will offer
you abovo-stylvd County along sold Northerly right of way line
the undersigned Gerald D.Llntemuth, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. place' at 7:30: p.m. an Ordinance relatingto
You are further notified that In aid action for cole and ..11 to the highest bid Plaintiff 73,00 feet; thence run North 0*07'East,
1450 $. Walnut St.. Let II.Stark. :
the Plaintiffs der for hand th above
are requesting that businessund.r cash In 101.00 feet, thence run South 89'39'West. The rezoning of the following described
the Court transfer your Interest In the, 32091 the sole firm owner nom doing'of A-1 Roofing described property of said defendantto v.THE ESTATE OF LOUISE LINDSEY 75.00 feet; thence run South property and amending the Comprehensive

following described property locatedIn and Maintenance' ,' 1490 S. Walnut St., satisfy the aforesaid Execution. and the Heirs at law. Juaruta Carter 00r West 101.00 feet to the point of Land Us. Plan to providethat

Bradford County Florida to thm. Lot 13, Stark, Florida 32091, Intendsto DOLPH E. REDDISH Tom Llndsey, Alfred Llndsey and Wan beginning, land currently zoned R1C and
'land Sheriff
Sold blng legally dicrlbd a. register told fictitious name under da A. Williams, and th* unknown and you are ordered and required to designated by the plan a* Residential,
follow.: the aforesaid statute. Bradford County, Florida heirs davlsoes, grantees, assignees, appear and plead In sold action and be rezoned to 1-1 and designated Light
Lot 70 and 72 on Pin. of Crystal' 11/l24tchg 12/3 file with the Clerk of this
other your answer
Dated this 9th day of November llenors. creditors trustees, or Industrial, the property of RONALD B.
laka Homtltt, Section 1, Township B 1987 In Bradford County. .. claimant. by through, under or Court at Jacksonville, Florida and to GRIDER. described a*follow: Lot 1 and
South Rang. 22, Bradford County. 11/12'tpd 12/3 against THE ESTATE OF LOUISA UNO- serve a copy thereof upon the 2 of Blk. 27, Temple' Addition Parcel
Florida NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR SEY and all parties having a claim Plaintiffs Attorney Dorothea Bean, 03668-00000, Section :28, Township 6
You are required to serve o copy of -- TAX DEED right title or Interett In the property Assistant United States Attorney, Post South Range 23 East located off West
your written atntt*., STany, to tfisT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that W.R. herein and THE STATE OF FLORIDA, Office Box 600 Jacksonville, Florida Brownies (Hwy 16)) two block Northwest -
r action on th* Plaintiff's attorney REGISTER Emo the holder of the following certificates Defendantt. 32201 on or before December 28 of US 301 for automotive repair;
who.* name and address Is DARLA FICTITIOUS NAME hot filed said certificates for a SUPPLEMENTAL NOTICE OF SUIT 1987. If you fall to do to, judgment by body work namely REPLACEMENT OF
JEAN CHRISTOPHER Post Office Pursuant to Section 865.09 Florida tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate AND AMENDED ORDER default will be entered against you for WINDSHIELDS AND WINDOWS. .

Drawer 40 STark., Florida 32091 on Statute, notice It hereby given that th* number and year of issuance, FOR UNNAMED DEFENDANTSTO the relief demanded In the complaint. You are further given NOTICE that a
before and file undersigned George Williamson Enterprises the description of the and the 3. Thlt Supplemental Notice of Suit
or 17 December 1987, property APPEAR AND PLEAD copy of said proposed ORDINANCE I I.
th* original with the Clerk of this Inc., a Florida corporation, 1315 names In which It was attested ore at (SERVICE BY PUBLICATION) and Amended Order for Unnamed. available for your Inspection at the office -
Court either before service on th* King Rood Jackionvlll, Florida 32209 follows: This cause It before th* Court on Defendants to Appear and Plead (Service of the Director of Zoning and Planning
Plaintiff' attorney or Immediately sole owner doing business under th* Certificate No. 202 Plaintiff Motion for SupplementalNotice by Publication) be published by 209 N. Thompson St., City Hall
firm of Brand! Country Inn. SR. Year of Issuance 1983 the United States Martha! In a
thereafter: otherwise a judgment will name : of Suit and for Service by Stark., Florida.
be entered for the relief demanded In 21 at S.R. J1A. Metro, Florida Intends Description of Property'/4762.00100 lot Publication filed on October 7, 1987. newspaper of general circulation In Each and every person having any Interest
the Petition. to register sold fictitious name und.r the 1 of BLK 2 of Little' Hollywood Ex R/W Having been advised by Plaintiff that Bradford County Florida not lets than whatever In the enactment of this

WITNESS My hand and official teal aforesaid .tat W.. 07-7S-22. the newspaper made an error in one each week for six consecutive proposed ORDINANCE should appear
weeks, to return dot
of this Court on this 9th day of Dated this 17th day of November publication of the legal description of herelnabove prior designated.DONE and be heard at the time and place
November 1987. 1987 In Bradford County Florida. the property being foreclosed the prescribed.
AND ORDERED at Jacksonville
GILBERT. BROWN GEORGE WILLIAMSON Court finds that plaintiff, motion BOARD of City
FREE Florida this 28th day of October,
CLERK OF COURTBy ENTERPRISES INC. should be granted Therefore, It It Of Stark.Commissioners
Beulah Moody By George Williamson now ORDERED 1987. B/Darrell O'Neal
Deputy Clerklll24tchgl23 President > EXPLORING 1 Plaintiff Motion for Supplemental Director,Stark.
11/26 4tpd 12/17 GOD'S WORD Notice of Suit and for Service by 11/126tchg 12/17 Zoning ft Planning
Publication be and It hereby
I ItchQ 12/3
The Bible Course is taught in your 2. All unknown heirs devisees, CALL FOR BIDS -

--flRSYAlSlM 1'tOC r.. 1 STARKE home flee of charge. grantees. assignee, lienort. NEW CONSTRUCTION: 'A mile of paving MEETING NOTICE
creditor. trustees or other claimant, In city limits. If Interested In biddingor The Suwann River Economic Council -
Hwy 16 & Weldon St.. Stark CHURCH OF GOD This Is a non-denominational study by through, under or against the, to view site, call Town of Brooker, Inc.. Board of Director will hold a

Sunday School 10:00'a.m. 964-5445 based only on what thus saith the Cheryl Cox, Clerk, Monday, Friday or meeting of th* Board of Director and
422 N. ST. ClAIR word of God'APOSTOLIC Saturday between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.,or Christmas Volunteer Appreciation Dinner -
Morning Worship 11 p.m. John Spratlln. PastorWe TRUTH U.P.C. Independent Church or God call Blake Hamilton Mayor '483-1297: on Monday, December 7. 1987.

Evening Worship 6 p.m. invite you to worship with us. or Prophecy Inc anytime.We Meeting and dinner will be held at the
W...l. Mld-Wk Serolc 7:30 p.m., Attended Nursery 782-3303 will mail copy of spec upon request. Suwann Elementary East School
I We will be accepting bids until 1623 Walker Avenue, S.W.,
iorFKiursery. AvailableHer. ; Sunday School ..... lOam Rev. Emmett BrightTo 301 North 2138 N. Temple Ave
Worship ..... Ham Monday.December. 1987.We have the Live Oak Florida. Meeting will begin at
Stephen R. Pippin Pastor Evening Morning Service ... .. 6pm! schedule your home bible Sun School 9:43.m Sun. Worship II.... right to reject any and all bid. 7:00 p.m.
964-697 L_ Wfdneoday Youth ,.. 7-3Opm study, or for additional information Sun Fvo Pf.vtr Mc<*ln, "-pm Wed. 30pm 11/26 2tchQ 1213 ItchQ 12/3

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Gallery During thin rush of e'lirtstmim (MaiL 1.17) He was sent to remind CENTERHwy
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December, l.87 TELEGRAPH PagetA

BUS Wins in Opening Round of Middleburg Tourney., Play., Again- TonightQuick -

and fast, the Tornado pionship game at 8 p.m. Friday, bounding well with West Nassau no KII 59 Interlachen 55 drove lane for two crucial baskets fourth quarter to keep it close.
cagers dominated the West Nassau Dec. 4. The third place separate taller than BHS, the Tornadoes were and two three point plays In the final Lopez: was led by Dana Only who
Billy and Dan
High five in winning 63-50 Monday bracket game is at 6 p.m. The fifth up 16-8 after the first period, and Tommy Vey minutes. consistently pentrated Neaw'i man-

night, Nov. 30, in the first round of consolation bracket game Is at 4 won the second quarter 17-13 for a ny lead Drost each- scored 14 points to k_IlbI...... i* it ii ifkiMftactwil N to-man defense and scored a game
Class 2A, eighth ranked II II 14 s M 25 Kory Pike added 21
The BHS high points.
the Friday. halftime
Middleburg p.m. 34-21 advantage ,
Rotary-Interact ,Keystone High to a 59-55 win over In- ..".. _........(R). Akrldfto" 1.0-4.Carter 4.0-1. for the Green Wave. Nease
Basketball Tournament. which led by as much as 24 points, points
Tipoff terlachen Tuesday Dec. 1 In I DroU 9 4 ,.. D. Droit 0-14. DoIo.I.o.4, v."
It was also the opening game of BUS 63 W. Nassau 50 won the third quarter 12-7. Coach the night, 9 4.14. Itonloy 0./.1. Totals' Mfnloriochon .... was led by Kenneth Bradley, whose
the season for the Tornado five, 6-18 Four Tornado players scored in Chester Simpson began substituting basketball opening round of the Middleburg High (loll'). sums 10-1 2$. '''.uIo 304.Fountain 22 points/ Included four three
tournament 4.0.., Ion H-ll. Davit 102. Totals
last In fourth living. pointers.
season. double heavily the period.
figures In the 63-50 win Mon
KHS jumped out to 12-4 lead but 23.6.55.
BHS advances to the semifinalround day night, Nov. 30, over West WN's Jody Wright led all scorers a _..UPM(.... M It I* *l M
and meets Father Lopez of Nassau. with 27 points. Interlachen came back to take the Father Lopez 64 Nease 58 _(11)0) II I' 19. M
lead. KH was up 16-11 after the first
St.Augustme (which beat Nease Pedro Carter, converting easily to period and 37-33 at the half. KH won With a big height advantage, BUS Next Week...

64-58 in the opening round), at 6 p.m. basketball after just finishing foot- .rootore.. I*. 17 II II 7 *IS-* *50 the third quarter 15-14, and Father Lopez managed to fight off a The Tornado five hosts Vanguard

today ((Thursday Dec. 3) in the Mid ball, led BHS with 15 points. Malachi .w...dl.rd N..s.Y((61)0 .I.., S-I/J-M. I. II ly. :JJ 0/0-1J I. outscored IHS 17-8 In the fourth scrappy Nease High team that reliedon High this coming Tuesday Dec. 8.

dleburg High gym. Keystone High, Jenkins, fed Inside by Eugene Blye Holt 204. Carter 7 1/4..19. M.ton.O.a.a.M. ...klnl period. KH never put the game away outside shooting to overcome a The varsity plays at 8 p.m., the JV
which beat Interlachen 59-55 in the and Harold Chandler, and Eugene S.2/2.12. *. Jachun 00/0-3. 1 Jonklni 3.1.6 I C until about 2k minutes remained to lack of size.Father game is at 8: .

opening round, plays Ed White Highof Blye, pulling up and hitting from 1..111.0/2.2.WOM) NCM O Totals((10)). Palmer 21-1111263.3-1.1. Cortor 1.2. J. be played. Interlachen missed some Lopez scored the first six 158.m.Next 11, the BHS five
Jacksonville, a $9-52 winner over outside and also going inside, each WrloM 6-0/0-37, I. laa 3.1-o/aH..pooh.0.//2-I. outside shots. KH rebounded and points of the game and never trailed. hosts Baker High for 8 p.m. and 6:15:
host Middleburg High in the opening scored 12 points. Clifford Ivey, play Totals: 19./>50. made several baskets. Tommy Vey Nease tied the game at 11-14 and p.m. games.Monday .
round, at 7:45: p.m. today in the se- ing point guard and hitting from outside (Idllar',Noia: This'oor for",.Iho..l I.tint e ttiroa lima.point'In tHHng hot came within two points.early in the
school' bo.h.lboll
cond semi-final game. added 11 points. In field high goals, 3 1((9 livid goalk)moan Ihrao poln'oho" 1:00: _. ..
The winners advance to the ch m- Using a fast break offense and re- and two 2 paint.Kali.I


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1987 Girls Varsity Basketball Team...
(Includes your choice of a medium soft drink, ice tea, or coffee.)
Members of the 1987 Lady Tornado basketball team Coach John Slater, Roberta Williams and Carrieare

l-r): Musson. Back: row- Pat Allen, Kendra Butler, Felicia

Front row- Monika Williams, Annette Simmons. Davis, Janet Kennedy, Rhonda Bright.

Girls Basketball Gets Under Wayby FLEISCHhfgIyN' I a wro, Montego tJJal

C g'" VIRGIN fI'fum

Joe Gissy treshman on the squad. Kendra = ISLANDS .
Butler, Rhonda Bright and Eyvette Junior Varsity... DISTILLED DRY
BCT Staff Writer Covington are sophomores. Pat "Most of our team are returning LIGHT AND
The girls basketball season will Allen the only junior, and four from last year," says Coach Sue GINLITER -- DARK

get under way tonight (Thursday seniors, Felicia Davis, Janet Ken Trieste. -
Dec.3) as the Lady Tornadoes travelto Roberta Williams and Carrie and LITER
nedy "The girls are optimistic con- 599
Ocala Vanguard for the season 615
Musson. fident. They have a lot of enthusiasmfor 33.8 OZ. ftitCiNM51 33.8 oz.
"We the game. I feel we can play with
John Slater says, are "
always looking to improve on the Basketball Begins... anybody.
record last 14 DARK
The JV year was
had last We
have 14-9 season four seniors we returning year., and I Basketball registration is under wins and 8 losses, a good record to EYES -iN OW
Dec. 11 at the Starke
way try to improve.
expect a lot out of them.
Recreation Department for ages Freshmen new to the team are JBO PROOF Thompson
: Felicia Davis is a leading player _. _
.'".7. 4.. ? --? Tawarra Kinsler and Latara Jenkins. -
returning.scored She and may breaJcr'r.ooopoints reboundsthis Clinics will be held at the Old Ar- Other team members are Debbie VODKA Blend

1,000 mory (the Rec Dept.) Monday, Dec. Hankerson Dana Newman, Rhonda
year. If so, she will set a recordfor 14, for ages 7-10, and ages 11-12 if in Bryant, handa Woods, Arkea r,4aN CV GS 750 ML. ti'' ) 1.15 LITER -
the school. "No one ever 25.40'. .
the first of playing basketball. and Ann St. 0'
year Williams, Taylor.
said Coach Slater.
done that, Clinics are set Tuesday Dec. 15, for 5
Janet Kennedy is a good outside
ages 11-14. Times for both days is 499 10
shooter. Rhonda Bright, a 3:30-4:30: : p.m. All participants must Call MartyAt
shows much ,
sophomore promise
wear tennis shoes. 9646300For
the coach says. There is no charge for this pro-
Williams is the only Christmas Gifts
. gram. Games will begin Dec. 16.

Schedules will be handed out at the And SuggestionsHome 1 .?rvlw,., PRICES DEGIN THURS., _,,4: ;

Legal NoticesNOTICE clinic. DEC. 3rd. THRU WED.,

AND FOR Program AvailableFor

Pursuant to Section :
CASE NO 87-100-CP
Statutes notice Is hereby given that, O.. ((1.3878)) Florida Dept. of Health and
Pentad Corporation
IN RE: Th. Estate of Rehabilitative Services (HRS) an- _
Starke, Flo. 32091 joint awn.r.doing
Box 430
business under the firm name of JASPAR LEE MCKENZIE nounced today that low income N\jf/\

Bradford Furniture, P.O. Box 430 Deceased. citizens can now apply for one-time

Starke, Fla. 32091 intends to register NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe assistance with home energy costs.
sold fictitious name under the aforesaid I j I "Application forms for the Low-
administration of the Estate of Income Home Energy Assistance:
Dated this 19th day of November JASPAR LEE MCKENZIE Deceased File Program are available at HRS / rHaF7 NEVER IMf GIFT
1987 in Bradford County. No. 87-100-CP ((1.3878)), l II pending In the economic services (AFDC and Food Jwrrrh.ndor RFfU4NE0
1l/264tchg 12/17 Circuit Court for Bradford County Stamp) offices," said HRS -
Florida Probate Division the address of Economic Services Program Super

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO which Is Bradford County Courthouse, visor Margaret Quimby.

REGISTER Stark, Florida 32091. Forms are also available at some
FICTITIOUS NAME The names and addresses of the personal city and county welfare offices,com IM Id..l ph tar
and the personal
Pursuant to Section 865.09. Florida representative
munity action agencies, utility com-
Statutes notice Is hereby given that the representatives attorney are set and other community-based RLrJb ar a?
undersigned John E. Curies, Jr.. 1640 B below. panies, must be A l.. c,9 .,+ rmruwr.I .
sole Interested persons are required to organizations. Applications
South Walnut St., Starke
busines under the firm name of file with this Court. WITHIN THREE MON returned to HRS by December 16.
doing of 140-8 South THS OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Payments to eligible householdswill
United Realty
Walnut St.. Storke, Fa.( 32091, intends toregister NOTICE: '*) all claims against the estate be mailed in January and will
void fictitious name under th.aforesaid and ((2)) any objection by on interested depend on household income, size W\S-l
statute. person to whom notice was mailed that and location within the state.

Dated this 18th day of Nov.mb.r, challenges the validity of the will the Last year the average annual payment \ +I
1987. In Bradford County. qualifications of the personal representative was $106. Due to federal cutbacks -
11/264tchg 12/17 venue, or jurisdiction of the the average payment will probably

Court. be smaller this year.
The pay
bills. "More than 194,564
Bradford County School Board Publication of this Notice has begunon thly utility WFIfN OQ
households applied for assistancelast I \
it ark.. Florida will hold a Public Hearing November 25. 1987. "and DRINNIt/a
on a proposed amendment to Board year, said Quimby, MAE
Rule /16OX4-4 Student Code of Conduct Attorney for 170,018 of them received benefits. REFUNpY
Alcohol and Drugs. This public Personal Representative Limits for monthly household Income

hearing will be held In the School Board R.A. GREEN. JR. under the Low Income Home IMPORTED
Room of the School Administrative Of Green S Hobbs. P.A. Energy Assistance Program are: KENTUCKY

ices. 582 North Temple Avenue, Starke, P.O. Drawer 938 $504 for one person; $678 for two, LAUDER'S WHISKY ----_ ,_

Florida on December 21, 1987 at 7 p.m. Star.... Florida 32091 $853 for three, $1,027 for four and an ,pro-'... LTSTER arTAl1ES
Copies of this proposed amendment to ((904)) 964.5700 additional $174 per person over four. ?awe' o. .... SCOTCH
the Student Code of Conduct may be obtained Households with income above 1.75

at the Superintendents Office Personal Representative: these limits may still be eligible 11 L U DER'S 2oi.LITERS
between 8 a.m. and 4::30 p.m., Monday WILLIE MAE MCKENZIEco because some types of income are SCOTCH

through Friday. Green ft Hobbs P.A. not counted. More information Is I ................,.....
This Is In compliance with the Florida P.O. Drawer 938 available from local HRS economic ... 1149
Statutes, Chapt.r 120.54 as enacted by Stark. Florida 32091 1/25 2tchg< 12/03 services offices. -*
the 1974 Florida Legislature. LI.Ol
11/26 3tchg 12/10 ,
, Public Notice OLE TRUNK ANTIQUE & .

I Call For Bids: GIFT SHOP +. ___

New Constructioni: mile of pave STARke 9tS4-BO12
Town of J2O EAST CAll ST. '
ing in city limits OPEN MON-SAT 10- lt1tMilwaW

Braok.r. '
If Int.r..t.d In bidding or to view .CHABLISRHINE ROSE

site call Town of Brocket Friday Clerk or "OUR ChRIsTMAS Shop Is OpEN" ee BLANC DE BLANC

Cheryl Cox on Monday. and 'iyy4 nn.E BLUSH -BURGUNDYCOLOMBARD
Saturday between 9:00: a.m. REGULAR & -
call Mayor Bloke Hamilton, HANd MAde ChRIsTMAS GifTS At DECORATIONS
noon phone 4851297. anytime.The .will mall a fOR All AGES ANTIQUES Tool 12 oz. 12-PAK + b _"1BL CHENIN BLANC ,I

copy of Town specification accepted of Brooker upon until Monday request., We will Fold OPEN HOUSE CANS .359 5 99 31 TER

Beds will be FRidAY.. DEC.4 6PM-9PM

Dec.7. the Dec.5 1OAM-5PM
The Town of Brooker reserves SATURdAy,

right to reiect any and all bids. REfREShMENTS Will be SERVEd
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Pap10A TELEGRAPH Deceniuer.>. t'H7

t ;,l j, _7 of 10 Roadrunners Qualify for National Cross Country MeetLori

at oapp:the Florida placed TAC-USA iirst In ner Junior division National meet to be held at Meridith Ward placed 6th,in 19:55 and Kenny of the Roadrunners will be going to
College in Raleigh N.C.Dec: 5. DeSue was 7th in 20:46: Raleigh this Saturday. "The kids all
Olympics cross country regional The first six runners age The Midget Division (ages 11-12) ran well and it is to their credit that
J 4 championships held at the Santa Fe group qualify for nationals. course is 3000 meters (1.8 miles). In seven of the 10 entrants did qualifyfor
; Community, College in Gainesville, In the Young Womens division, the girls class, Linda larked the National Tournament, says
Saturday 28. 17-18, Lori Sapp placed first in Clarke Coach Loper.Senior _
Ten members of the Bradford ages 4th in 12:46: ,and Ramona was
the 5000 meter course (3.1 miles) Lori Sapp, an Tionor student -
Roadrunners club, first 8th in 14:13.: The boys class saw Raymond
with a time of 19:58.: Durban place 4th in 13:04: ; is scheduled to take the SAT
Coach George Loper in 1967,were In the Intermediate Division, Bernard Johnson was 5th In 13:11; college entrance examination Saturday -
entered in the meet, sponsored. by (ages 1 -16) girls,Ramona Tennant Justin Ward was 6th in 14:41.: Lori has attended the National
1 The Athletic Congress(TAC) Sevenof placed third.t'with a time of 21:02.: In Because of financial considera- .meet two times in previous:Years!
4?; these 10 runners qualilfled for the
i t. r the boys Intermediate division.Cam tions and scheduling conflicts none
I 4., e ';1 BUS -Wrestlers-- to Open Season Tuesdav at Baker High

Next Tuesday,Dec.8,the Tornado "Wrestling requires conditioning wrestling. The listed weight 'Is the minute periods, or six minutes. The
wrestling teams will open the 1987 like no other sport," says Coach maximum for that class: 103, 112, first period is started with both
,, season against Macclenny at the Brett Purdy. 'Stamina and en- 117,125,130,135,140,145,152,160,171, wrestlers standing in a neutral posi-
Wildcats gymnasium.The durance are just as necessary as 189 220, and the heavyweight class, tion. Other periods may start with
matches are scheduled for 7 strength," he says. 210 to 275 pounds.Individual the wrestlers in a top, bottom or
.p:m. with weigh! in to start at 6 p.m. There are 14 weight classes in matches are 3 two neutral position.
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Prized Deer Bagged Near Starke... Gifts SHOP
Gary Gunter bagged this fine 8-polnt rack Just oft Butler Road, within :
sight of the Starke City Limits Sunday morning, Nov. 29. -- 110 W. Call St.
The deer had come Into a pasture owned by his father David Gunter,
and was shot with a single barrell 16 guage shotgun, using buckshot 9645764Starke.
It is thought that the rack will score very high because of Its width, / .Fla. u
thickness of the anthlers. and balance of the horns.

Russ Berrie and Company,Inc

Football Contest...
Julian McRae won the Nov. 26 Russ
football contest by turning his entry
Gifts of
in earliest. WoodenWISHES
Keith Tetatone and McRae each to 11
missed three games and had 44 .' ...
points as the tie breaker.But McRae Russ Christmas Lucite
turned his form in at 9 a.m. Nov. 27. y ae yw
Tetstone turned his entry in at 9:35.: -- l Heart BeatsKEYRINGS
There were five entires BOTTLE
with three
games wrongly predicted. .... .a ', I 24I
Julius Eunice won Nov. 5, Rand TOM SMITH
Jones Nov.12 and Johnny Brown No. (4 ;
19. #7007 '88 Spectrum4dr

.$123. mo. L$3 $2.00
HRS Says ThanksTo J QQ
BHS Key Club $2000.down 12.9% 66 mos + ) .

HRS Aging and Adult Services in tax lag and options/with
Starke wishes to acknowledge the approved credit. '' Ly
Thanksgiving Day project of the Russ Holiday ,
Bradford High School Key Club. ORIAN WELLS y
Through their efforts six basketsof ? \ Highlight --
food were distributed to ap h 1
preciative families in the communi 130$ ijNorth; ,, CHRISTMAS
ty. County owes a hearty 5 '
thank you to these splendid young l ORNAMENTS '
people and to their faculty advisor Russ rr 4tC

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City of Lawtey will hold its RUSS Riss- Mini Russ Christmas ChristmasRemembrance

election on December 8, 1987, Santa'sHELPERSHut*(Writ nd Compnf IM JINGLE COFFEE Ceramic PhotoFRAME

beginning at 7 a.m. and ending at 7 BELLS MUGS


City of Queen LawteyRESOLUTION Robinson, Clerk $3 5Q $5.00 $5 75 3.25

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1987-88, AND TO SET THE \ For That Lbving Feeling !


1987 AD VALOREM TAX ROLL.The "" y :; Expressions of Love

City Council of the City of Lawtey, \ .Y".f'.., ,J RUSS 4 Show Your Love

Florida, met in a special meeting on the 21st of @............-....

September, 1987, to finalize the budget process

for fiscal year 1987-88. All notices as requiredby RUSH Tropical Buy One Get One FREE
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the budget to be used the of HurricaneLAMPS .,.
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2. The millage rate for the ad valorem tax roll

for year 1987, for property in the City of Lawtey, e COLLECTIBLES$3.5O $ 3.OO
Florida, is hereby set at 2.667 mills. 'ging *;

PASSED by 4 to 0 vote at the special meetingof

the City Council of the City of Lawtey,

Florida, this 21 sf day of September 1987.
BUDGET 1987-88 Buy 1, Get 1

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Thursday,December 1.1M7
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Decisions Decisions.


Bradford High students get a first hand look at the business world in Career programBy

Jeff Moody first-hand experience.The importantly, even if they would like Eckdahl of the Chamber of Com-
and Mark Frledlln Hildebrand spent the day with Cliff maintain it. Mr. Greene said that
Shadowing to continue
program is the job or move on to merce, who also assisted with the
In and Nelson Greene
school and Chapman at the the
Stud classroom a fairly recent development in another field. maintaining equipment la very
many said it would be
good and can teach you counties throughout the state of Dr. Bernard McFadden of Santa program a great Bradford Emergency Rescue Ser- important, so that it will work properly -
for students.
learning experience vice. Kiby' Is alrea
many things, but getting hands,on Florida, Including Bradford Fe Community Starke Joe asia in an emergency situation.
Clay, Colleges Interviews with several of the member of the Explorers and
work BUS
experience at a real Job can and Union counties. Center and Bradford Superintendentof students involved in the that he was furthering his 11th Kraderj. Lilly BurgeesCareers
help a person get the feel of what he It gives students the opprotunity to Schools Jim Duncan are founders show how much they learn and howit knowledge about being paramedic. 8ee-
or she wants to do with their life. get an on-the-job experience at of the Program in Bradford Joe learned '
That's a County. helps them to make those Important Kirby about emergency
what the Career
Shadow work place of their choice. It helps Some fifty businesses and over career decisions. medical procedures, how to use
School program students is all about. It of'I I' them understand how they need to eighty students participated in the BUS 11th grader Kirby Joe some of the equipment, and how to
to get that kind prepare for that careerand most program on Dec. 1 and 2. Jack p.'

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the Job Experience... TUES.?, ...?...?...._....JAN. 19..,...........?_-.LAST DAY TO DROP CLASSES
Klrby-Joe HlUebran was buy increasing: his knowledge In raining to become a paramedic with help from Nelson ft RECEIVE REFUND

Creed of the Bradford Emergency Rescue Service Tuesday u part of the Bradford School Systems Career Day-a MON.-FRI.....?.....?.FEB.29...._?... .......MAR.4 SPRING BREAK

program designed to give high school students on the Job experience In a variety of businesses and profeMlooa.Tb FRI.?.?-..??..?..?..?... .4..M........?.?.HOLIDAY (COLLEGE CLOSED)
.program wa Introduced last year by co-founder Dr. Bernard McFadden Director at Santo Fe CommunityCoIIep' MON-) .** ....?? .._.APR.4......??.........LAST DAY TO DROP &
*Starke Center and Bradford School Superintendent Jon Donea. HAVE CLASS REMOVED


MON..THUR........APR.2528..........fiNAL EXAM DAYS
,. SFCG-Starke Center Sets Winter 'Schedule M_.

With a record BOO seats filled in the Math, English, Science, HIstory a Thursday evening course on the
current Fall Term, Santa Fe Com- Social Sciences and Humanities, the Constitution as a part of the
munity College Starke Center has winter semester also includes PrIn- Bicentennial Year celebration. Nor
released its Winter 1988 schedule ciples of Management, General man Jensen will teach a class in EVENINGPSC
that shows 43 credit classes offered, Psychology, Art Appreciation, "Beginning Painting" on Wednes-
with 20 day and 23 night clases. Human Growth and Development, day nights.April O'Connell will con-
First Aid, Computer classes PrIn- tinue her exciting work with a PSC 1101 OS5 P Prln.01 Physical Science 5:308:45: : MW 210 3 Duboilky
Registration is scheduled for ciples of Economics, Spanish, Accounting theatre group that performs in the COP 117G OS5 D Programming In BASIC 7:009:45N: : M 204 3 TBA
December 7 through 11 from 10 am. Public Speaking, Business schools under the title "Touring
SPC 26G1 OS5 P Public Speaking : : M 212 :I Leaks
to 4pm. with a special evening session Theatre."
December from Law and Ethics. SYG 2000 OS5 P Intro. to Sociology 7:009:45N: : M 108 3 Smith
on Tuesday, 8 The winter schedule begins
6-8 pm. There are several clues of special January 5th and ends April 28. For ENC 1101 OS5 P College Composition 7:00-: 9:45N: M 108 3 TBA
In addition to basic classes in Interest. Chuck McKeown will teach more information call 9645382. PHI 2600 OS5 P Intro to Ethics 7:009:45N: : M 209 3 McFadden
MAT 0002 OS5C College Prep Math' 7:007:59N: MW 205 I Aymond
I IIRAC Accepting Applications for Client Advocate MAT 0002L ass C College Prep Math Lab 8:009:29N: : MW 205 :I AymondREA
001G OS8 C College Prep Reading' 5:00.5:59N: : TH 205 1 Wilde
REA OOIOL OS8 C College Prep Reading lab 6:007:29N: : TH 205 3 Wade
The Mental Health
Human Rights the governor, each member of the Mental Health Centers and their
MAC 1140 OS8 P College Algebra 5:308:45: TH 212 :I Becker
Advocacy Committee (HRAC) Is ac- committee has authority to Investigate facilities such as homes.
cepting applications from citizens and monitor problems and group !! AMH 2020 OS8 PUS History Since 1877 7:009:45N: : T 108 :I TBA
Anyone in the
interested In a gubernatorial appointment complaints. area of HRS residing District III Is 16 county AP13 2150 OS8 P General Biology+ 7:009:45N: : TH 210 4 GIIIikh
to serve as a client ad- HRAC advocates on behalf tf to apply.Clients and handicapped encouraged ENC 0020 OS8 C College Prep Writing' 7:308:29N: : TH 205 1 Smith
vocate. clients, applicants or recipients of persons are welcome. To request an ENC 0020L OS8 C College Prep Writing Lab 8:30.9:59N: : TH 205 :I SmIth
HRAC members volunteer a few services from the Department of application call the HRAC liaison, ENC 1102 OS8 P Writing About Literature 7:009:45N: : T 209 :I kart
hours each week. Their time and efforts Health and Rehabilitative
third Services Mary Roberts at the fIRS complex in BUL 2111 OS8 D Business Law I 7:00-: 9:45N: T 212 :I EhMa
as a party are aimed (HRS) or their subcontractors. This
toward improving services andResolving includes state operated hospitals, Gainesville, (904)395-1016 or the ART 1510C OS7 P Beginning Painting 7:00-: 9:45N: W 210 :I Jensen
problems. Appointed by Wlldreness camps Community In committee Lake chairman 9047525960., Paul Looney CGS 1570 OS7 D Software AppIJcallons 7:00.9:45N: : W 204 :I Baker
_. City, MAC 1102 OS7 P Intermediate Algebra 7:009:45N: : W 212 :I Becker

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''FT : ,8.t: i resigns as Bradford Chamber Director. _

by Buster Rahn the water quality of the lower St. merce,and.I am proud to have beena to attract new business Into the community -
E I I g" BCT Staff Writer Johns River. small part of this community's .
., '. Jack Eckdahl, executive directorfor Since the St. Johns River flows committment to grow and prosper. "Thanks again for allowing me to
,..' the Starke-Bradford County north,the"lower"end of the river is "I honestly know of no'other com be a part of Starke and Bradford
Chamber of Commerce for the past the segment which flows through munity with the cooperation and County."
18 months, resigned from the position Palatka and Jacksonville. togetherness that exists in Bradford Ray Norman, president of the
effective Nov. 30. Eckdahl,in making a statement to County. I know you wW maintain the Chamber of Commerce said, "Jack
DENMARK La-Z-Boy Eckdahl,a resident of the Melrose the people of Bradford County, said hospitality and quality of life that is Eckdahl was a real asset to the

'"-'-'"-' J'"'" ,.',":',"." ;"."".:". "" ;., ; ; ; area, has accepted the position of "Thanks to the Starke-Bradford so attractive to people who visit this Chamber of We Commerce and hate to to see the
Inter Agency Program Manager for County Chamber of Commerce for area. community. certainly
the St. Johns River Water Manage- its support and cooperation duringthe "I think I left behind some smaU him leave,but we understand his accepting -
ment District, in Palatka. The job past 18 mmonths. Improvements and new ideas. My a position with the St.Johns
consists of working with local, state ".gained a great deal from my experience successor will be able to expand on River Management District, "and
And federal:! agencies in improving .-with the CharnteiLpf Com all the positive things,Jn continuing wish him well in his endeavors.


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TO GIVE YOU A _Ruin Holidaysby

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TM COMPARE OUR PRICES-YOUU LIKE THE SWS! Better UC/BC watch Home holiday Eoncomlst spending or

Santa may find you crying the debit
QUANTITY mOHTS PRICES GOOD blues in January.Overspending .

-::::-.(:. ?? THURS. WED., many families face is a at problem this time that of

__""I! DECEMBER 3-9, 1M7 year and ot wrecks the budget for
months to come.Retailers .
depend on one third of
Winn-Dixie has all their yearly profits during the
your Christmas season. so you better
believe they are after your dollars.
a Beware of their alluring tactics or
ar you will pay and pay and pay.
Fixin's at Discriminating consumers can
Holiday develop strategies to minimize spen-
ding without reducing their enjoy-
ment of the season. A spending plan
Is the key issue here.
Everyday Low Prices! Now you are probably thinking thaa
spending plan isn't any fun-and it
takes the spirit right out of the
season. Planning helps you work
4' smarter and more efficiently, not to
PRICES GOOD IN THE FOLLOWING WINN-DIXIE LOCATIONS: mention the fact that it saves two
precious resources time and money.
STARKE Developing a spending plan is
470 W. MADISON ST. easier than you think. Take some
,.." 11'..- "'> the needto
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I IRIINN-DIXIE SILLS ONLY U.S.D.A. CHOICE at this point just view it as a game.
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time to get creative and think of gift
ideas thay won't put a crunch on
\ your wallet.
ALL VARIETIES brainstorming session with
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pleasantly surprised at the ideas
LIPTON y CHUCKROAST your children will have.
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that can be used to make Christmas
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Three Critical In Wreck..
Three Putnam County recldenU were eriouslr Injured this
1aNId oe collision just out of KeyUooo Heights Jut week move tHall. ......
The accident,whlck mot James Davis Jr., Aalaleykina'" Davfcl
William to the Palatka County HocpKal serious condition early...
week b still under Investigation according to Putnam County
Highway Patrol spokesmen and oecured at approximately.:30 AM.If .

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furbearer season in Florida. with dogs, Smith said. onlyicom
Hunters may harvest otters,bobcats On the other hand, Smith said
and mink by use of live traps,snaresor there is no open season on
Everglades mink, weasels, round-
Although guns. it is legal to chase bob- tailed muskrats or Key Vaca rac- 8: HQM.ESTO
cats with dogs year round, posses coons. ayer
sion of a gun while chasing bobcatsis "The possession of these animalsis '
flN 1 uY
legal only during furbearer prohibited, Smith said. "Also,
while it is legal to chase foxes with
season.Certain furneurers are legal game dogs year round, It is Illegal to trapor I1NSTALLERS'S ;
year round, according to Frank shoot them or" possess a gun while : tvl 1P
Smith, bureau chief for wildlife chasing them. 6 '
management with the Florida Game Smith said trappers may use only I
and Fresh Water Fish Commissionin live traps and snares in Florida.
Lake CIty."There "The use or possession of steel or ,l
is no closed season for taking leghold traps is prohibited where
raccoons opossums, skunks, wildlife might be found,"smith said.
nutria, beavers and coyotes with live "The use of setguns also is prohibited
and trappers must visit
their live traps or snares every 24 .I' p "'. IYy''r.y ..
hours." { w'
Wildlife Officers Busy Smith said a hunter pursuing ., r ""
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furbearers for
sporting purposes .
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Northeast Region Wildlife Officersof license or sportsman's license. ENTERPRISES ', ,
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the Game and Fresh Water Fish However, anyone who plans to sell U;| C. :,, with any purchase we have ra.sVPLial
Commission were extremelybusyduring the hides of furbearing animals or Christmas olh"'I.y youbu1t: ,

f"'JW'artditfdfy'tlV Oeto ier. ,archery:'1 '6ie'iind' use flu-bearers live, traps,must or.have snares a! trapping to take)... ::-* : '2020:NE '12th Place: rectVt' ; iX'CNCSladOWS'rtVd&flufll- .JI'l'sl OttSy;:**, > 'ipticleS- iI U i

dog training seasons being open, officers license. Trapping licenses cost $25 Ocala FL 32670 .
were faced with an unusual for residents and $100 for tux blushers, concealing cream, makeup applicators

amount During of the illegal month activity., 12 cases of takIng does nonresidents.not include A sportsmans trapping. They license are CALL COLLECT 9046224963Name and a small flacon o f our exclusive new French par-

deer during the closed season or available from county tax collectorsor f um, Decollate all in a bright red compacThat's .
attempting to take wildlife at night their subagents,who charge a fee
with a gun and light were in in addition to the cost of the license. Type of Home nearly a $$0 savings off the total retail
vestigated. This resulte dm the arrest Smith advised interestedin
of individuals and the seizureof participating anyone in the furbearer ,Address Wood 0 BlockD value.This offer is available November 16 through

eight vehicles, eleven guns and season to obtain the brochure City Mobile D OtherD! December 31. Supplies are limited
two bows "Guidelines for the Taking of
"These defendants should not in Furbearing Animals in Florida- ,Phone AM n PM n
any way be associated with the Regulation Summary" from the
legalized sport hunter. They are Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
thieves, just as much as the burglaror mission. I mERLE nORmAnSTUDIO
purse snatcher.They were caught Trapping season ends March 1.
stealing wildlife from the citizens of I 118 S. Thompson St. 964-7355
Florida", said Major L.F.
Regional Commander for
the Rossignol Commissions Northeast Region.In Now Is the time to spruce up j

addition to deer-related cases '-
officers issued citations or made 196 for the HolldayslDon't -

sion arrests of ranging cocaine from to shooting illegal posses-doves Wall until the last minute. ,.. .. ,
after sunset. .. "
Rossignol urged citizens wishingto

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Elzie Chapel Vandels Arrested in Union 1,\"' :" ':" 1 I II

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by Buster Rahn set on the grand theft charges. Two of the Rahn family stoned s8 I r,, .
BCT Staff Writer "The cemetery has been a real were toppled, but not damaged, ry
Union County Sheriff Jerry attention-getter, naturally. It otherwise. .
Whitebead his deputies arrested touches so many hearts," said The vandals entered the north i
two men Monday, Nov. 30, and Sheriff Whitehead. gate and toppled stones as they P
charged them with vandalism of the Vandalism of the cemetery occurred came to them without preference. '
f Elsie Chapel Cemetery, near Worthington Saturday night,Oct.3,when the Sheriff Whitehead said the men l'a
I Springs. group held a drinking party at the were picked up Sunday night in a
S heriffehead said three cemetery, and entered the fenced routine traffic stop. Deputies noted I..
others,a man and two Juveniles,are area, turning over and breaking blood and hair in the car, and questioning -
suspected of taking part in turning large stones. revealed the men were Involved -
over and breaking grave stones One The large three-piece Roberts lathe theft and slaughter of a
juvenile has been questioned but family atone suffered the most cow,resulting In the arrest for grand .
had not been arrested, Wednesday damage,with the center unit breakIng -' then
morning Dec. 2. when it was pushed over.
Stonecutter Ray Durban, Starke, While being questioned, the men
Michael Smith, 19, and Larry who was called to view the damage, implicated themselves in the r
Keith Sapp. both of Lake Butler, said cost of replacing the Roberts ;I cemetery caper. f'
were arrested and charged with 13 stone would run $1,200-11.500. Durban Sheriff Whitehead said vandaliza-
counts of damaging the tombstones. said two people could not have I tion of the cemetery at Raiford has
The two were also charged with pushed the Roberts stone over, not been solved, but Indicated be has
1. grand theft as result of questioning I because of its weight and the attaching some Information which may lead to -
by deputies. A $5,000:. bond_has been adhesive. arrests later on. '

I Argument.Results in Gunshot Wounds for City Officer I .

by Buster Rahn arguement, were reported by the plaint of a shooting at Southern L ''
BCT Staff Writer Starke Police Department."On Villas Apartments. 1001 Southern :
Gunshot wounds to police officer Sunday morning, November Villas Djiye. off SR-lflW. ,,
I Michael David Spears and his wife, 29, at 5:06 a.m., Starke Police _See...611 t A l
'Lindnllath suffered during a family Department. responded to a com- ,

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Lodge Expanding... I
The officers and members of the A.L.Campbell Lodge 701 has had a suceesful year and Is looking to greeting<< newmembers
for l.f..
BY 9646000H'HAi
The lodge has purchased property" hopes of building an activity center In the Pfeasent CI"O"01 Slarke and
are hoping for community support for their activities.
: -- Their latest effort Included providing Thanksgtvmg meals te the needy Starke during the holiday and they arc
committed to furthering these efforts this Chrb.....
JACK COLEMAN The lodge fa under charter of Most Worshipful Union,Grand Lodge' Belize jurisdiction,by Dbtrtct Deputy AlbertCampbell

a- Y From left te right on the front rows Bobby Martin Allen D.Campbell and Dwayne dimming" .
#2626 '88 Chevy In the rean Treasurer John Williams,Senior Deacon Clen DeSue and Worshipful Muter Clarence DeSue.Jr.
Absent for the picture are members Charles Cunningham, Jimmy Crtffln, Ruben Thomas,Charles Wright B.P.
RestaurantMandinn Caprice Brougham. Johnson Leo DeSue,Julius Harden and Allen Campbell
.$255. mo.
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I 964.7681 I laX tagwith approved credit.
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MediclneSc General Practice -1 mile North of starke on US 301

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FramPual- _

and James Watkins enjoyed their' in this and they should be lei
Tuesday at WPXE AM and FM ertorti for their efforts. We .
Radio. They learned how radio commercials think this in a fine program becausenot w J -w-4
are made and how a radio only do the students get experience { 1y
station decides what commercials and help in choosing their
are put on the air as well as what' careers but the working profea.1
music is to be played. Lilly and sionals involved also get to
James were shown how the sound look a what may be a prospective I
board and controls operate and got employee some So we think It..
to make some on-the-air an- has many benefits.'*
nouncements. Co-founder and Bradford School
BUS 11th graders Kim Brewer and System Superintendent Jim Duncan
Chris Durban spent their day at the agreed in an earlier interview in
dentist of Itice with Dr. William Mar- which he praised the work by the ,
chese. Kim and Chris learned about students, and their future
examination techniques, dental)I employers."We 1
equipment, and the record keeping think this is a program that
that is required in a dentist office. will continue to grow in the years I
They also learned about the educa- \ ahead," Superintendent Duncan
tional requirements to be a dentist faculty is pleased
and were able to observe the dentist that their students get to get out and
working and dealing with his patients take a look at the business world, irsRc tf
and to be exposed to some of the -t
"Working right here at the work and the decisions that have to; il"
Telegraph was a great experiencefor be made on a daily basis. They got to' __ ._ ____ : _
me," Student Journalist .
Jeff talk to workers at the different ---- -- -.-- ..... -I I
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versatile a good reporter has to all." experiences Making commercial mad making like a dlc Jockey were jut a few of the Job June Watkins,a tutlent at Bradford Mich School,learned at Bradford Radl I
tation Career __
daring Day ___ -
be. I was allowed to operate the
computer, was shown how the photo -
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went on a photo shoot with one of the 1
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Argument Results in Gunshotfrom BUS Students Buster Rahn,and found a place for him
( page 4 on his staff as Reddish moved up
BCT Staff Writer
the promotional ladder, from
"Upon arriving at the scene it was Rescue 60, and after emergency ,;. \ T.J. Cunningham at union Correctional Institution classification supervisor at RMC to
discovered that patrolman Michael treatment, transferred to Alachua r Supervisor assistant supervisor at UCI and
David Spears and his wife Linda General Hospital. '\ a FSP.
School has been
Spears had been Involved In a family "This case is open, pending outcome notified that High Jonathan A. Rowe and \ symposium Nov. 9-12 in Lexington

argument and during the altercation of investigation" by the StateAttorney's Robert H. Thorpe have been ,': "" Ky.The three day symposium was Cunningham visited Union Correctional -
a .357 calibre handgun was office. designated Commended Students in f sponsored by the Department of Correctional Institution (formerly Florida<<
discharged accidently striking Linda Police Major Scotty Rhoden the 1988 National Merit Scholarship \ :" Services at Eastern Ken State Prison) in January 1964 while
in the left hand.The bullet traveled reported Tuesday that officer '
and will receive Letterof : as a classification
a Correctional employed
Program Federal
transferred from \ ] tucky University the -
through the hand striking Spears has been ;
Commendation in recognition of and specialist in the Connecticut prison
,. Institution, Lexington
of his Intensive unit to a patient ; ',
Michael In the upper posterior the care .
, : the of the Institution -
outstanding academic promise. :., i" the Kentucky Corrections Cabinet. system.Liking openess
in Alachua General Hospital.The &
right!: aim, room called Jonathan is the son of Mrs. Kathy i f :" Featured speakers included J. he applied for a job and
Police Department was Tye of Starke, and Mr. Jerry Rowe : Michael Quinlan, director of the began work In the old West Unit
"Both Michael and Linda by Spear's next door neighbor 'r,; i
were of Keystone Heights. He is presidentof : Federal bureau of Prisons and Helen through which all male Inmates
.taken to Bradford Hospital by Clayton Sellers. the Student Council. j '.'. ; Corrothers member of the United entered the prison system prior to
.. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ,; States Sentencing Commission the construction of RMC in Lake
Robert D.Thorpe of Starke and is a .t ::.... .__, i\-o',> ...... ".".".... .'. Cunningham, one of the most Butler In the Interim 24 years Cunningham -
0, ar member of the National Honor knowledgable persons in the Florida has moved to the top

Society. -. T.J. Cunningham Classification Correctional system is a 24 year classification posltlpn.CUnningham. ,
The principal, Charles Francis Supervlson at Union Correctional Institution veteran of the classification system.
announced that these seniors placdin recently returned from Classification of inmates is the a native of Connecticut -
the top 50,000 of more than one Lexington Ky., where he attended a heart of corrections around whichall graduated from Wethersfield
million participants in the 33rd an- symposium on Classification. other departments must operate. High School in 1949 received his
I nual Merit Program.A Classification Specialists, in order to baccalaureatee degree from the
964-4 22 spokesman for National Merit do their jobs, must know inmate University of Connecticut Stores,
ARKF F Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) of psychology and strategy must have Conn.,in 1957 and earned a masters
r Evinston, Illinois, which conductsthe more than a working knowledge of degree in public administrationfrom
competition pointed out that be- laws pertaining to incarceration the University of N. Florida
ing designated a Commended Student parole gain time and a myriad of Jacksonville, in 1981.
in the Merit Program is an accomplishment other subjects related to inmates Cunningham is married to the
I of which both the student and their rights according to current former Janet McKniff of Connecticut -
and the high school may be laws. whose father, Harry McKniff
especially proud.High performancein Superintendent James R. Reddish taught English at Bowles Accademyin
this rigorous competition Is indicative recognized Cunningham's abilities Jacksonville for many years, and
of exceptional scholastic In_the classification field some 20 for whom McKniff Hall is named.
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Mr.Joseph Bakken Sr. i Harrison. Mrs. Harrison moved to' Hospital following an extended il ,Democratic Executive Committee. day in the Sussex Burrough with the Primitive Baptist Church with Bro.
Mr. Joseph Bakken. Sr., 89, of Lawtey 31 years ago and attendedthe lness. Survivors include her husband, Rev. David Greenlaw!' pastor of the George Hazen officiating. Burial
Wahpeton, N. Dak., died Monday Church of God in Lawtey. Born in Worthington Springs.Mrs. Benjamin of Wantage Township; Wantage United Methodist Church followed at New Hope Cemeterywith
Nov. 23 at his home. Survivors Include one daughter Pitts lived in the Wantage Townshipfor two sons,Scott of Wantage and Keithof officiating. Private cremation services Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Born May w, 1898 at Carpio N. Mrs.Phllus Cubbedge of Starke; one 14 years. She was a graduate of Tampa, Fla.; her parents Rev. will follow in Elzey Chapel Butler In charge of arrangements.Mr. .
Dak.. Mr. Bakken married dlgaHanson son, James Anapach of Jacksonville Union County High School and the. and Mrs. J.H. Cason, Jr., 01 Wor- Cemetery in Worthington Springs. .
Nov. 3, 1921. They farmed ; three sisters Della Cullen University of Florida School of Jour- thington Springs; two brothers Jim- Memorial donations may be madeto .Herbert WilliamsMr.
Until 1981 and then moved to Margurite Shrler, both of Finley nalism. She previously worked for my Cason of Worthington Springsand the American Cancer Society Herbert T. Williams 90 of
Wahpeton. 0410, and Betty McCann of Van the University of Florida the Benny Cason of Reston, Va.; Route 2, Box 383-A, Lake Butler, Keystone Heights died SaturdayNov.
Survivors include his wife Olga; B1lren Ohio; four brothers Phil and Gainesville Sun and The Bradford and one granddaughter, Lauren of Fla. 32054. 28 in Alachua General HOSpitalcI
two daughters three sons, 13 grandchildren Don Radabaugh, both of Finley County Telegraph. She was a Tampa. Gainesville following a long il-
and 18 greatgrandchildren.Local Ohio, Dick Radabaugh of Denver member of the Sussex County _Funeral services were_heldSaturHAIRPLAES_ Mrs. Lucille ThomasMrs. lness..
survivors include a son, Colo., and Lester Radabaugh ofWhltehouse .Lucille Gibson Thomas 71,of Born Feb.26, 1891 in Cecil Count,
Joseph Batten, Jr.; two grandchildren Ohio; 8 grandchildren Alachua died Sunday at the North Md., Mr. Williams
Gary Bakken and Mrs. and 14 great-grandchildren and one Fia. Regional Hospital in Keystone in 1963 from Perryville.nltiMethodist ]
Richard (Linda) DiPaolo and four greatgreatgrandchild.Funeral Gainesville after an extended il Md. He was a member of
greatgrandchildren.Funeral services were held Saturday lness. Church of Perryville
737 S. WALNUT ST. Starke
services were held Friday Nov. 28 at the Chapel of Archie Born in Baxley Ga.,Mrs.Thomas Md., and a retired building contrac
Nov. 27 at Bethel Lutheran I Tanner Funeral Home of Starke flved most of her life in Jacksonville tor.
Church in Wahpeton. Burial was at with,Rev. Bruce Cubbedge and Rev. before moving to Alachua twenty Survivors include his wife, EvalynJ.
Fail-view Memorial Gardens. RBI h Miller officiating. Burial was Welcomes Richard & Pat to our staff along with Alan years ago. She was a waitress in Williams of Keystone; daughter
In evergreen Cemetery in Jackson- Jacksonville for many years. She Janet Davis of Potomac Md.;
Linda K. and Judy. Wishing all a Very Merry
Mrs.Suzanne P. DwyerMrs. ville with Archie Tanner Funeral you was a member of the New Hope brother Robert P.Williams of NorthEast
Suzanne P. Dwyer of Home of Starke in charge of ar- Christmas and a Happy New Year. Primitive Baptist Church near Md.; and grandson Kennon
rangements. Davis of Potomac
Keystone Heights died Saturday Walk-Ins Welcome Memorial services were held
Mrs.Ruby Isenhower Survivors include her husband
Nov. 28. in University Hospital in
Dec. 2 in DeWitt C.
Jacksonville Mrs. Ruby W. Isenhower 86, of Ray Thomas of Alachua; two Wednesday
following a lingering UIness. -
Melrose, died Saturday. Nov. 28 at Perm & Cut Special w/cond. brothers Henry R. Gibson of Jones Chapel with Rev. David will
Born in Paris France Mrs. her residence following a long il- Jacksonville and R.M. Gibson of Landers officiating. Interment
date under the directionof
Sarah be at a later
Leesburg two sisters
Dwyer moved to in 1960 lness. $35.
Keystone Jones Funeral Home of Keystone.In .
Saunders of Dallas Tx., and ClaraG.
from East Hartford,Conn.She was a Born In Odum Ga., on Nov. 22, lieu of the family re-
Valladares of San Mateo Calif.;
member of Keystone Golf Country 1901 Mrs. Isenhower moved to American
donations to
Club and a retired artist specializing Calif.Melrose She in 1962 from homemaker San Diego andformer Woman's Haircuts, cond., shampoo & style $15.00 several Funeral nieces services and nephews.were held Diabetes quests Assn., 10219: S.W. 15th
was a
Survivors Include her husband school teacher and a Men's Haircuts, cond., shampoo & style $10.00 Wednesday, Dec. 2 at New Hope Place, Gainesville Fla. 32608. -

Edmond; daughter Rhoda Louise member of Eliam Baptist Church,
& Hi-Lites w/cond. :. j'
Farina of Keystone; three grand- the Order of Eastern Star (Chapter Frosting $25. i
children and one great- 279), and the Homemaker's Club of'
Funerals were held Mon- Survivors include one son, M. R. Call now or stop by 964-4645 or 964-HAIR
mb9o i wlin ieev.DeWitt! ld cr.a J Isenhower of Melrose; 4 grand-
children, 6 great-grandchildren and
conducting the services. Burial was 1 great-great-grandchild. HAIRPLANES 301 and Edwards Rd. Starke THAT ENERGYHome
in Ellam Cemetery at Melrose under Funeral services were held Tuesday -
the direction of Jones Funeral Homeof Dec. 1 in Eliam Baptist Church Commercial Industrial
Keystone. with her pastor Rev. Jimmy Coyle
officiating. Interment was in Ellam High R Value Cellulose ,".'f' .' )
Mrs. Laura ',
GoolsbyMrs. Cemetery at Melrose under the sw.:1MORIGVE Fibreglass Batts ./ ,
.Laura Tabitha Goolsby 68,of direction of Jones Funeral Home of Frame House Exterior
Starke died Saturday, Nov. 28 at Keystone.Mr. i F'
Clay Memorial Hospital following an BAhIICERSr New or Old Construction ._'". :Ai....
extended illness.A Sylvester MooreMr. Quality Installation SAVE ON
Established f 8&-t
native of Folkston Ga., Mrs. Sylvester J. Moore, 78, of COOLINGDEAN
Goolsby was a homemaker and a Lake Geneva, died Sunday Nov. 29
member of Bethel Baptist Church. in Shands Teaching Hospital of
Survivors include two sons John Gainesville following an extended illness. -
and Frank Goolsby of Starke; .
daughter Rebecca Sue Goolsby of Born Apr. 18, 1909 in New York CI-
Glendora Calif.; sister Villa Suggsof ty Mr. Moore moved to Lake CASSELSINSULATION
Orange Park; five grandchildren Geneva in 1976 from Miami. He wasa Harold K. Davis I__ .
and two greatgrandchildren.Funeral member of St. Williams Catholic Loan OfficerSTOCKTON UNDIII
services were held Tuesday Church and a retired printer. \
Dec. 1 at the Chapel of Archie Survivors include three SAVE! ON i
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. daughters, Eileen Wilson of Som- : HEATING STARKEDearborn.
Leland Strickland officiating. merset Ky., Joanne Motter of LICENSED MORTGAGE BROKER/INSURERS I

Jacksonville Keystone and Kathy Johnson"Ed"of 105 N.W. 33 Court. Gainesville Florida 32607 I '. .. .. v .., .,.... :. '.' "( .'. i

Moore of Sunrise; son Fla.Sylvester; five sisters, Office 375-295O Local Number 473-0266 .',,$r: ; !W; RM: ''[.A.IS: 'W.I : .E.IJ, I '
Card of ThanksWe Helen Cacese Mary DeAngelis '
would like to take this oppor- Catherine Cloke Alice Winter and .. |lA.'VA. Conventional Home Mortgages Second Mortgages
tunity to thank all of our family and Veronica Valenti all of Staten
friends for their words of comfort Island N.V.; 11 grandchildren and 8 I
prayers and kind deeds during the greatgrandchildren.Funeral I
recent loss of our father, grand- mass was held Wednesday Remember Your Loved Ones GAS HEATERS
father and great-grandfather Mr. Dec. 2 in St. Williams Catholic COMPLETELY
Sr. Church with Fr. Tom Gordon of
Joseph Bakken :
Even.though he lived far away ficiating.Interment was in Keystone Monuments & Markers Purchased INSTALLED WITH
many of you had met him during Hts.Cemetery under the direction of GAS JUST .' .' t.

past visits to Starke. The flowers Jones Evening Funeral Wake Home Service of Keystone.An was held. Before t)ec. 10, 1987, Will Be Set MCL.K I .,
that were sent by many were
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beautiful and much Tuesday at 7 p.m.
We will him
preciated. never forget
but you have made our loss easier to Mr. Carl MorganMr. SPECIAL RATES ON CLEANING. RESETTING & LAST DATES
deal with. Carl Calvin Morgan 92, of UP TO 5 ROOMS CUT
Joe&Phoebe Bakken Starke died Friday Nov. 27 at his PALATKA MEMORIAL SERVICE ,
Gary&Susan Bakken residence following an extended il-
Health&Amanda lness. Quality Monuments S'Service in A CaHng Manner" HEATING COST BY 5OH

Richard&Linda (Bakken)DiPaolo Mr. Morgan was a native of Ken- Charlotte Ilersey, Owner TAMCt SMTALUD
David It Theresa tucky and a farmer choose 20..0.UODILt.. VINTtD.UNVCHTID TO PROM as TO woo ALS.
Funeral arrangements are In- CALL TODAY POll
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Mrs. Lucy Harrison complete as of press time. Archie ISOO S.Palm Ave. Call Collect AND PURMAC1S L P-OAS ,11..I.I. LOWEST 2ND ST.PMCI OAJW1VBJJGANESVIUE mi NW.

Mrs. Lucy Lucille Harrison 82, of. Tanner Funeral Home Is in chargo PaUtka 904PuN'.1 .. .... .." .. ,., '; "
Nov. 26 at of local arrangements. """' !, !:Ill..1I11 ill!; i111111il i ill, ," ," "
Lawtey died Thursday 325-2539 r:.l. 5'4.1125t. .!!,'I !!! :r$ 6.17' .
her home following an extended il- GAS"I
lness. Mrs. Elizabeth Pitts UAX" ''I GRIFFIS ':HAMPTOt( .'

Born and raised in Finley, Ohio Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Cason GeneralI Pitts. 711"4340, ., ". _01 ,, ... .,;1 '.458,11'92.
50. died Nov. 25 at Dover .
she was the widow of the late Edwin .

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964-7783 r yarJl,,.. .

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We Finance HAND. !!!

"80 Camaro Auto/Air :.. !

$595. down E-Z Payments saw 1 : -
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81 Phoenix,1f1r., 1 pwner. HEB PROBLEM WAS _

Nice car! OVERDOING AND HIS _............ ..
MORAL: ; Gulf Universal Tractor Fluid
$496. Down-EZ Payments THAT HE DOES
NOT ENOUGH. more one fob.
80 Plymouth Volare4drairautolow ENOUGH EXERCISE YOUR BACK
miles OWE WILL COMPLAIN TOO! WE'BE: Just like you.Lubricating.
395. t N. E-Z Payments
80 Uwreury Capri 4 ipd. nice car BRADFORD
$-495. DN E.Z. Payments CHIROPRACTIC CENTER a hydraulic pump to

218 S. Walnut St Stark 'L a large (differential places -i::..... .

77 4dr Dodge, runs Monaco good. J 9oaN Nil t* Chmkr .t e.nm.rt* 0" '"; tough demands on a fluid. '
'Itt $195. down EZ Payments 964-4957. I Ic Gulf Universal Tractor =/' I ;i1.;,;::.:: .;.

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IN THESE MODERN TIMES. "common fluid" in the hydraulic, transmisSion. final drive ;

i wet brake and power steering systems. It combines a long I '

list 1 of exceptional properties to work in hot or cold < ,

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308 S. Thompson St. 964-5888

Starke. Fla. 32091

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1912 CUTIAM SUrMMIi $3.000 torn TO DRINK iVERATffNTAlii orTe groom, one
$150 N.
I 96/-381:). 2-ton blue. tinted window, THArS YOUR BUSINESS and up.Coil Susan F. Faulkner per Broker- bath house, no children $165. Three entPle, Starlce'W
rally wheel. Tko WANT TO STOPTTHArs Owner at 964-5069 964-4048 TF bedroom. I'/t bath $450. Three
1971 FORD LTD III Call 964-8149 after 6 or 2 bath mobile home
OURS OFFICE ON Ml Contact Ron Denmark bedroom $300; Cecelia Terwlllegar-I I
p.m. Itpd 12/3 Three bedroom, 1 bath mobile home,
at 961.516.6/13 Hn ....NEW LISTINGS.....
1977 MAVIRICKl 6 eyl. AT AC 60,000 .
'.. .41109642000pel $275; ENki.nry,1110. William D.Tiffin,
mHurn. $975. 473-4908. Itpd 12/3 I ICONVfRSION thru 12/31 2 8 3 BEDROOM HOUSE $250 and$350. Lie. Real Estate Broker, 9645065. Itchg WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT a lovely 3 BR 8V4 Ba custom built home, LR
VANi 1978 Dodge one CHAIN LINK FENCEl Installed. Free Call %1.5377 after 3:3O: p.m. 10/1 TF 12/3 with fireplace, OR eat-In kitchen extra large utility room screened

owner, !Las than 25,000 miles, good i i ..tlma..... Handy-Mon Fence Co. ADULT PARK Clean 2 BR mobll horn. TWO BEDROOM furnished mobile home. porch, garage, CH4A, thermal window, acre of land brick pump house
condition. $2.000 firm. Call 782-3036. Owner Tommy Reddish. 964-8559 tfn Vs mile from city. Nice n.lghborhood. 1 child no pets, deposit. 96/-8816. Itpd with storage, Rd. 16W a 54th Ave., $68,000.
Itpd 12/3 HANDYMAN. carpentry painting electrical 4681323. 10/8TF furnish 12/3 BRICK 3 I.. 1'% bo, LR, kUch.n-dining area carport utility room, 1004 N.

19M COftVITTIi harp 4 speed,35,695.1 I Irlou complete home repair. NEWLY ed. DECO.ATED..rythlng facilities Included. Video KINOSLIY 1AM SMALL COTTAOSi 6 Thompson St. Beautifully Iniuloted low utility bill, $45,239.
.. Inquiries only I Reasonable rotes. Licensed contractor. Laundry available. Will accept one child month rent heat wlnt.r rate. Couple BRICK 4 BR or SIR, 2 bo, approx. 1900 ..f.. on. acre, 3 yr*. old, between
431-1368. Itchg 12/3 I I RB0049306 Call Mitch. 473-3940. 1/9tfn Palms 2313 N. T.mpl.Av. only no pet. 533-2366. 12/3 TF Starke a Lawtey.
no Apis.
FOR ALI OR TRADIt 1947 Ford truck I j COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry, .pHs.. Starke 32091. 10/29 TF' M08ILI HOMI LOTi already set up for ....HOMES.?,
Must rag to apprcla. 964-7270. Itpd painting electrical plumbing TWO BEDROOM unfurnished home on mobile home. $80/month single; $150 .BEST NEIGHBORHOOD 365 E. Mimosa Large, Immaculate, brick home, I ICHSA

12/3 Reasonable rates. Licensed contractor Lake Geneva. Keystone Ht., AC month double. Available Dec. 10, nicely landscaped lot 296x148, $67.000.
ONI TON FORD automatic P3. with 1} RB0049306. Mitch 473-3940.8/20 TFchg screen porch, fireplace, no parr $393. 96/-S/IO.Itpd 12/3 -LUXURY, SPACIOUSNESS PRIVACY PRICED RIGHT I Keystone, beautiful'
ft. *tak. body $3.300. 96/-5181. Itpd DO YOU NEED TO WORK but can't 1.786.60111111rchg 12/3 TWO BEDROOM. both partially furnished Spanish style ham, 3450*.f., 10 acre, sprinkler system BR, 2V4 ba,format

12/3 becouM of high cost of child car? I am BIO CB HOMI on 2.4 acres In the coun mobile ham. on Crlffls loop. Include LR, fully equipped kitchen Ig. FR brick fireplace, patio, pool telling
1979 HONDA STATION WAOONi factory Christian woman that want to help try. 473-2157 or 468-1168. 11/124tpd washing machln. $150 month fan, 2 car garage, new roof zoned Agrl., 2 assum. mfgs.. $135.0001
rebuilt nw carb., PB, AC tro, Co11781.3161.9/ TF plu $100 security deposit 964-6493 or
12/3 ULTIMATE EXECUTIVE LIVING Stucco 8 block beauty with 3400 ..f., 6 \
good condition. $993. 4681853. Itpd LAWN SERVICI: Residential ft commercial 964-8970 after 6 p.m. 12/3 TFoTHREB |
for furnished !
TEN MOBILE HOMES rent: yrs. old on 2% acre In Lawtey area. Spacious..Elegant..Prestige
12/3 excellent landscaping tree removal, lawns or unfurnished. MIMOSA MANOR BEDROOM HOUSEi living room ROOM TO GARDEN Palm St., 3/2. brick new roof carport new Carrier
1974 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL vacuumed. No .mall.Fr. dining kitchen outside city
job too big or ( 964-7498. private.
I1l191khg heat large screened porch utility shed extra lot.
condition $800. 7823506. 12/3 2tpd $260/month. 964-5940. 12/3 pump
.tlmat... 964-4238. 11/3 TF 2tchg
12/10 HOME a OFFICI OR APT 5 Acres, lowtey area.
WANTED HOUSE CLEANING JOBSi can a 3 BR apartments, darting at 12/10 DEERWOOD S/D: brick 3/3 pool $105,000
19M RENAULT LICARi $300 below book
furnish references. Good, d.p.ndabl. SMALL 2 IR HOUSES carport CH8A,
valu. low mil *. Would bell_ $160/mo. CH8.A fully equipped MENG DAIRY ROAD: 4/2.2 story, 12 acre 85.000
you work don. Call 964-4042. Itpd 12/3 close to store Prefer quiet working
1530 W. Madison
only $900. 964-7927. Itpd 12/3 EXPERIENCED MIDDLE-AGE ready. people. $235 month $100 security SAMPSON LAKE: 3/2.1985 DW fireplace, high lot 50,000
1914 IRONCO XLSi FS PB, air HOUSEKEEPER would like houseworkby St., 964-6312, Monday-Friday 9-S p.m., deposit. 964-6680 for more Info. 12/3 EDWARDS LOOP: 3 BR, 2 Ba. 1 acre, let' go country $ 62,000
AM/FM/cassette. unroof, V6 nw Equal Housing Opportunity. 12/3TF 3tpd 1117KINGSIEY ORANGE AND PRATT: 2/1 frame, handyman's dream 25,000
the day or hour. References furnish
radial fire A rim, clan xcllnt ed. Keystone area preferred. 964-6961. FURNISHED HOUSEt 1 BR, LR, Kitchen LAKE 2 BR mobile home, heat, BROOKER: 3/2 brick and frame. Shady Oak S/D extra lot $ ....000

condition. $8WO firm. 964-8258 av... Itpd 123CA.PENTRY bath, garbage pickup month yard$10O malnt. Included yearly coup!. only, no pet, 5332366. MENG DAIRY RD.:1.13ans. 3/1 CB.CH/A, so near 40.000
$200 d.p.
Itchg 12/3 WORKi remodeling porches 9647625. 12/3 12/3 TF CROSBY LAKE CANAL: 2 BR, 1 Ba, CH/A frame 41,000

1916 NISSAN FICKUPi AC. cab storage minor plumbing general .repair. 3 BR HOUSE 1 bath, South of Lawtey off CD'S CHECK US OUT Clean rental ....'COMMERCIAL.....
organiser) bd custom-built box, Call 964-6232. 12/32tchg 12/10 NE 50th Av.. follow signs. $325 plus home* tailored to your pay schedule. ZONED COMMERCIAL! 145'xl 65'. Ent.rprl..Zon., near hasp. $ 25.000. '
clean low down and lntrt.
9648601. 12/3TF payment DRUM LESSONS for the beginning Intermediate deposit, 1 yr. Loa 17780314. Itpd Private park, laundry and playground. THOMPSON ST; 11,362..f., brick. Enterprise Zone, Benefit $ 80,000
and advanced percussionists 123THREE PINES SRI 21, |lust south of SR100 In 301 N: 1.5 acres, MH lxwk-up,1 bldg. 24V on 301, great value $ 37,000
) For more Information contact BEDROOM 2 baths CH4A. Lake Butler Call 496-2366. tfn/chg. 301 N: by Econo lodge 163.01'on 301 $120.000
MOTORCYCLES D.J., 468-1918. Itpd 12/3 doublewlde 964-6664 after 5
country. 301 N: approximately ISO JC approx. 220" $125,000
SEWING MACHINES sales and service, and weekend Itpd 12/3 301 N: Dairy Queen Building lease option Reduced $ 85.000
INI KAWASAKI 440 LTDi garage kpt all makes cleaned oiled and adjusted HOUSE IN STARKE 2 BR..I' bath, stove, REAL ESTATE 30151933011rontag.: $ 85,000
All work Corner
$13. guaranteed.
9646751. Itpd 12/3 refrigerator carpet convenient to FOR SALE 301 and Washington Street 262.3 X 105' $ 91.500
Rd. and 9648733.
Morgan Hwy.
shopping. $250 month deposit re
912 HONDA GOLDWINOi Good condition 301 S: 135ft.on301approx.2acreposlble4Ac.( ) $150.000
nlc* blk*. $1800 Coth or trade, 12/3TF quired. 468-1509 after 6 p.m. 12/3 2tpd I
TELEPHONE SERVICES Installation and 12/10 KINGSLEV LAKE AREA Immaculate BR, ....ACREAGE.....
9648175. 'Itpd 12/3 repair of telephone and equipment. MOIILE HOME IN WALDOt clean 14- 2 Ba mobil. home on ocr. of live oaks. GREAT LOCATION: Hwy 100W8. Hwy 225. 40 plus Acres 60.000

Prewlre and jack Installation. Sales wide, 2 BR, CHAA stove, refrigerator, Many extra. Call for detail. Ralph RD. 100 EAST: 1.37 acres, wooded and platted $ 7.000
HOMES and service. Allen Hutcheson carpet. $200 month deposit required. Bryan 9646208. 10/29 TF 105th AVE., LAWTEY; 2 / acres cleared $ 8.000
FOR SALE 96/J971,11/31khg 12/24 468-1509 after 6 p.m. 12/3 2tpd 12/10 REPOSSESSION AT LAKE ALTO In Waldo. HAMPTON 438 acre*. This property has everything 5138,000IAWTEYSacrs,105thAv.paodlnvestm.nt

HAULING TRAVEL TRAILERS MOVED. UPSTAIRS OFFICE CH8A at SE corner of 3 BR, 2 full both., 1344 s.f. on 1'/. acre. 15.000
964-2000. 11/26 3tpd 12/10 Call a Thompson St. 9645888. 12/3 Carpet fireplace, chain link fence, full RD 100 E:12: acres plus fish pond wide op.n space $ 26.000FLUME
2 BR, 1 BA with 1-car garog Pried for 3tchg 12/17 closed-ln garage. Appraised at RD.: 9 acre*join Country Club. Condos?Tim Share? 49.000
retired coupl. Easy walking I distance 3 BEDROOM 1 bath trailer at Santa F. $62.000. will sell for$....000. Financing SR 16 WEST: approx. 7 acre* $ 13.000
to n.w chopping center. $29,999. Call Trailer Park. mile South at US 301 available. $3.100 down $435 month. OKLAWAHA RIVER: 3 beautiful acres, river frontage $ 13,000
9645606. 4/30 tfn COMMERCIAL PROPERTYRENTLEASESALE SR 100. 964-5888 day or 1-468-2703 3763363.. 11/264tchg 12/17 LAURA CHURCH RD., 40 acres, 1970 MH, 2 bam,
1'A55UMAILI Oft' $12,000 3 BR 2 night 12/3 Stchg 12/17 -- 3 well, farrowing pen $ 75,000

bo, brick veneer horn with fireplace TWO BEDROOM TRAILER for r.nt: VACATION RESORTS OR PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH RD.: 20.16 acre., 3 wells,
and garage on 5 acre Beautiful horn*. 9645760. Itpd 12/3
2 septic tanks, 2 pole, owner finance $ 50,000Or
Reduced to $59.500. United Realty of TWO COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS for THREE BEDROOM DOUBLEWIDEi 1 bath, RENTALS will each 27,000
Stark. 964-8447 or 473-3627. 11/12 TF lea... 1000 (q. ft. 1250 sq.ft. Hwy. 5 clean split
on acre, very n.w carpet
BROWNLEE RD.: 36.43 acres, owner finance, great location $ 82,332
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U 301 South 964.BBI8,173.3627.10/1S TF heat a air. $250/month plus deposit. COTTAGES Fully furnished. Daily,
Repair), forecloiuret, roper, tax delinquent CORNER BUILDING and/or restaurant Call 744-2911. After 6 p.m. call weekly monthly rat... Also mobile .....LOTS.....
properties. Now telling your equipment lease. Will sell equip 744-2596. 12/3 2tpd 12/10 home park spaces for rent and home Crosby Lak.Lot 100 ft. $ 19.800Country
area. Call 1-315-736-7375 EXT. H-FL-53 m.nt eperately.. Across from Santa F. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS $140 per for .0.. MT. VIEW RESORT. U.S. 64E, Club Estates: 2 lots,one acre each $7,500 $ 8,500
for currant Hit. 24 hr*. 11/19 3tpd 12/3 Community College. Best restaurant month. William D. Tiffin Lie. Real Highland. Rd., Franklin N.C. (704)( ) Kingsley Lake Village: 2 lot. $ 4,500
location In town. 7188.8/6 tfnchg Estate Broker 9645065. Itchg 12/3 524.1603.6/11 tfnchg Crosby Lake Lot 2: Moke Offer 17.000
REAL: ESTATE FOR LEASE 1.000 sq. ft., 301 South next STATS EMPLOYEES! need home close to WashingtonBCherrySt.:11oU $ 8,000
to United Realty 964-8848, 96/-BU7, your work? W. have clean mobile NOTICE Winding Tree lake Lot 246 Florida Frontier $ 15,000
OUT OF AREA or .v... 4733627.16 tfnchg homes .. 468-1323. 10181E After Hour '
3500 SQ. FT. ON 2 FLOORS. 137 & 139 E.
NEW MOBILE HOMEi 14 ft. wide, central _
Call St. Available Dec. 15 for lease with CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Ann.T.rwllLgarN.lwn ,473-7541'
heat and air furnished. Must .. ,
and ** .
OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High cabin option..Call 1-356-6849 or writ (;Iyd.W. .1323.lot'TF,." .' to the Bradford,. County;: John langford -Master 0.""","Appral..rRanel "" -.. 496-221
dry wooded lot*. Mobil. home, ; 1419 Barnett Bank office In and paid In Cory 479237A&
Simpson Bldg.. Telegraph writing
and 12x6S MOBILE HOME. 3 BR 1 8a. on 1ocr. .... .
camping O.K. Hunting fishing. -
Jax. Flo. 32202. 12/3 TF .. 964-4238. $2507month. 10/29 TF advance unless credit Is already
$5.450 w/$150 dn., $63.71 monthly. established with this office.
236-4579 ((904)) 622-2438
(904)( ) day.
.v... 2/12 tfn Classified NOON prior deadline to Thursday Is publication.TUESDAY. A A&A; &&A A A A A&A A A AA A A, ;A
deadline I TUESDAY.
2 BR, I Bath, insulated window and display
door., wrop-around deck good scenic FOR SALE OFFICE BUILDING 5 rooms, wall to wall 5:00: P.M. Special Classified dlaplayplac.m.nt AcceIerared e lty ;
view on '/ acre lot. Ha Heatllator carpet, central air. Perfect for Doctoror Is NOT Guarant..d.
Attorney's office. For more Info call Minimum charg. for classified ads I I.
almost Call W.B.McKinney .
fireplace complete. MOBILE HOME FOR SALEi r.nt to own 15 words for $3.50, th.n IS cents for
for Jewel or John 9646305. TFlmm|
964-5699 964-6078 :
or own mobile home. Several to
your each word thereafter.
TRAILER IN LAWTEYi no children. 964-4544
more Information. Itchg 12/3 choose from. Call 468-1323 for information.
782-3344 or 782-3942. 11/19 TFce

ANIMALS & PETS NEW .ft 10/8TF USED MOBILE HOMES. Call Roy --- 1520 s. Walnut St.

FOR SALE or Well 964-6408.8/ A>W Mobil.. tfnrw Homes, 964-6407 .. [@J (Hwy. 301 S.) m.:::

Starke. FL
24 X 60 DOUBLEWIDE all set up In oho -
HORSES FOR SALE Reasonable, would -
Subdivi.lon. Ready to move Into 0 .
make nlc. Xma gift for your kid. $13.800. Financing available. Call Wayne E. Douglas MSA
Call 533-2312 or 964-7534 or 9647883or 4 .
961.3606.6/11 tfnchg -" Designated Appraiser i
961-fX116. 11/194tpd 12/10 3 DOUBLSWIDE REPO'Si Financing
PEKINESE. $100. Deposit will hold till available. Call 1-272-0625 collect. tfni An aardvark measures about five feet long and its / Homes/ Lots / Acreage/ Waterfront .
Christmas. Call 964-7823 after 3 p.m. USED DOUBLEWIDESi Low payments. tongue about a foot and a half. .
Itpd 123AUSTRALIAN Low down payment. Call 1-272-0650 ./ Farms / Commercial

-3BR/3BA Brick Formal
Ono black filly greenbroke, v.ry gen SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 1120 ..f. 12/3 manufactured home, 3 BR, 2 bo, set up Living & Dining Rooms Family Room w/FirepIace CH/A,
WE NEED GOOD HOMESi gentle pony on shady $251/month.. Olin. Hom. Swimming Pool. Guest House w/Balh. 4 Lots.
2 Border Collies, and 1 Australian .
Center, 96/-5606. Il/111tchg 12/3
IN THE COUNTRY 3BR/2BA Block Great Room
Shepherd. Call Kris, 964-6924. TFmf THREE BEDROOM 2 bath on I /r acr... .
Rd. 16 East % mile out of city. 16000. w/Fireplace. Swimming Pool. CH/A, 41 Acres of Pasture.

BOATS 964-6305 from 8-5 p.m. or 964-6493 Farming & Wooded Areas Well & Septic. .

after 6 p.m. 11/12TF 3 ACRES OF PRIVACY 2BR/2BA Block Extra Large
12x60 MOBILE MOM 1970 model '
BORUM JET BOAR 18 ft., 460 C.I. Ford 2700. Call 473-1050. 11/19 4tchg f, Great Room CH/A Family Room Enclosed Garage.
.ngln* with chrome "good I..", drl...- 12/10 NORWEGIAN BRICK 3BR/1 1/2BA Block, CH/A. Carpet. '

on trailer. Extra harp. Lt.bluemetalfloke. ? 1916 FLEETWOOD CROWN POINT mobile Stove, Refri Carpet. Well & Septic, 1.3 Acres.
MUST SELL. RENTED home, 14x70 CH4A 2 BR, 2 boo Ilk. t
TO $4.200--Mak: oHerl 782TFlm| new extra nice. 964-4900. I1/1611chg BETTER NEIGHBORHOOD 3BR/1 1/2BA Block CH/A
14 FT. ALUMINUM IOAT and new 12/3 Mq 1 Carpet, Stove refri. Dishwasher, Nice Lot. Near the

trailer. 782-3673. Itpd 12/3 WORTH THI DRIVE Looking for a eke Marketplace.

mobll horn? Com out to Global LAKE PRIVELEGES 1,416 S/F Living Space 3BR/2BA
WATERFRONT PROPERTY Homes In Orange Park ark for Mary.
272-0625.12/3 4tchg 12/24 Susan M. Faulkner. GRI. CRB PRESIDENT Block, Drapes & Carpet. Large Lot.

1971 MOBILE HOMEi 3 BR, 2 ba, CH8A COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/1BA Frame and 3BR/2BA

SAMPSON and lak. LAKI acc...ESTATES. Lot available. Lake front from 964-8970$5,000. Call after 964-6305 6 p.m.from and leave 8-5 p.m.word.. or T./l{ f g.9LfJLq ffll{ PY; 19C .. Doublewide with Patios A Carport Well A septic 6.92 Acres.

$9000. Zoned "./mobil. horn*. 3 '/ 12/3TF 3.9 ACRES 2BR/1BA Frame. CH/A. Stove. Refri A
mil. west of Stark on beautiful MOIILI HOME AND LAND locaters. Call Located Hwy.301 .2 Blks S. SR.100, 221 W. Lafayette Street Dishwasher. Ceiling tens Large Screened Porch. 22x30' Bam.

Sampson lake ((2000 + anal) Excellent Mary 272-0623. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 OWNER FINANCING 4BR/2BA Frame CH/A New Carpet. .
fishing skiing and boating. TIRED OP RSNTINGr 3/2 mobile horn .
9a-961-nss with land. Cheaper than rent. Call *LARGE CEDAR a BRICK HOME 4 BR 2'/t ba, game room pasture, planted Has 1BR/1BA Apartment w/Separate Entrance 3 Acres .

eve-533-2038 Owner/broker 8/Utfnchg Mary 272-0625. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 pine and wooded. 1 ACRE 3BR/2BA Block, Living Room Dining lchen
*RETIRED SETTLEMENT 4 lots, hoe water, septic and light pal. Combo w/Plenty of Cabinets CH/A Range Refri ADishwasher. .
LAND FOR SALE *CB HOME WITH PLUS ACRES on 301 South. Owner financing.
Well A Front Yard Fenced.
*GRAHAM AREAt 12 acre planted pleat, will divide .
I *MOBILE HOME on nice 1.66 acres, clot to Stark. CLOSE TO SCIIOOL 3BR/1 1/2BA Blockclous;: Living .
IVi ACRI with septic, water and light STROUT REALTY .... *NICE BUILDING LOTS. Bessent Rood. Room Roomy Dining Kitchen Combo, C Heat Nice

hookup ready to move on or build on. ; *RIDUCID 4 BR, 2 both chain link fence, paved drive. Immaculate. Lot. .
12000. Call 944-6303 8-5 p.m.. or Incorporated FARM beautiful house, 78 acre pasture fenced and croslancd -
*POULTRY large
964-8970 after 6 p.m.. leave word at Lie. Real Estate Broker 'f hous and MH. TWO STORY WHITE CEDAR Buy and Complete this .
night number. 12/3TF 838 N.Tempi AvU.S. 301)), ,I unique pool guest fish 5BR/3BA. LR/DR. Recreation Room, Utility, Large Concrete
IS LOTS surrounding dug pond.
'/ deered roM In Stark.PI *209tM4f93f .
11 ACRES ((4 acre
Porches 7.6 Acres.
*CALL STREET 3 BR, 2 ba versatile property coed B-?. ,
good tlmberi 2 BR mobll home used I' 473-3096 *BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE overlooking Hampton lake, ha septic and fish .
as a rental at entrance of property.
Several moneymaking pecan --tree 1396: 20 oe. to develop Inside city panel. SELECTED PROPERTIES .
around mobll horn. $28,000, ,You 1 limit 2 BR furnished home Included. *8* ACRESi Hwy. 100W let than $1400 par acre with 1300 frontage on 5 ACRES High A Dry, Well A Septic.

Finance. Call for appt.964-6305 day or Zoned mobll ham park. I highway. 10 ACRES Pecan Grove. Bam Well A Septic Fenced. .
964-4493 after 6 p.m. TFO| 455: 2-story apt. house ((4)), good In
LOT IN CITYi $6.000. Call 964-5764; after coma Epperson St. ,I Commercial Ritldtntial Rental Available/ 10 ACRES 13th Street NE, Pecan Grove '

5, 9645251.07 tfn 4423: Mobil on 11 oe., pecan prow 2 "I 10 ACRES South Clay County Residential/Agricultural
44 ACRES with 2 BR hous or will divide I mile to town. 3 ACRES Good Commercial: Location.
Into 10 ocr. or more tract*. 96/-7771 or''' 1411: Southern Estate home, 3 acre, .
964-4537. 5/14 TFchg Lawtey REDUCED y I Call l one of our Professionally trained 2.16 & 4.55 ACRES 2 Parcels, Zoned for Mobile Home. .
MOBIL HOMI tOTSt ono ocr* and I 2 CITY LOTS Northeast Section.
up. 439: Commercial bldg.. a 10 city lot, at
Several location Some with hookup -| going business! staff today : LAKE GENEVA Large Lot 100 ft on the Waterl!
all with EZ term Ralph Bryan
*, LAKE LOTS A Owner
Crosby Sampson Financing.
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LARGE AREA OF LAND Northeast section of City.

Luxuriouji Contemporary Custom Homea :nay BeI1Ne krxlwl a.putrr hours call: HWY 301 SOUTH Large Lot Good Business Location.

in design and pricel Tlisrss...*window* 210 ft. ON HWY 301 3 Acres Near Barium Beach.
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ErecteclSheU ....... Approx 15.000 Space.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted IBR COTTAGE with lake privilege, VICTORIAN HOMI on one acre,
TO BUY 1 ACRE on Hwy 100 Weston ESTATE LICENSING only 195. Call to the Lake Region Monitor office HftAC, screened porch furnished or un- Melrose Bay lake access, 3BR 2BA
outskirts of Stark. Without water 1-755-4040, North Florida Real Estate CAMPER Large cab-ov.r. $400 In writing and paid In advance furnished. $240/mo. One block from ,60000. 18292426. 2tchg 12/3-12/10
hookup 3800. With wot.r hookup up College. 7/3Ottn a. I I.. 964-5184.'Itpd 12/3 unless credit I Is already establishedwith library. 473-7417. tfnchg
to 5000. 259.2048 or 2597757. 11/26 SEWERSi Women's apparel sowing factory SOUTHWIND MOTORHOMIi 1978 25 ft., this office.MONITOR LARGE 2. I\Vs< bath Florida room. Im MOBILE HOMES FOR SALT
2tpd 12/3 Experienced operators needed 112,500. 9646213. Itpd 12/3 STAFF CANNOT BE HELD maculate. On Lake Geneva. Stove and
NEED GOOD RELIABLE PERSON to also mechanic. GVL Fashions, APACHI POP-UP,,CAMPER fiberglass' RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN refrigerator furnished. Laundry
NO MONEY DOWN If all clogIng
babysit 4 yr. old Sunday thru Thursday, Gainesville. 3357366. 10/22 TF deep. 6, olr conditioned. 4311160. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD 1 IS TAKEN OVER facilities. 4732919. 6tchg 11/9-12/10 you pay
9 a,m. to 5 p.m. Coll Charm 4733512. FEDERAL STATI A CIVIL SERVICE JOBSi Itpd 12/3 __ THE TELEPHONE. FOR RENT 2BR, 2BA home In town. costs. Owner will finance and
1I/262tpd 12/3 $14,707 'o $66.819 yearly. Now hiring. Classified deadline Is 11:00: a.m. priorto Fenced yard. $400 month. 4732702. payment are negotiable 20 acre
w/mobll and addition .
Call JOB LINE 1.518.459.3611 Ext. F3377 YARD SALES Thursday publication Stchg 12/3-12/31 In Keystone.Call
HELP WANTED for Info. 24 hr. 11/19 Stchg 12/10 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$3.50, FOR RENT 2BR, furnished or unfurnished 11/19-12/10 anytime 473-2512. 4tchg
EASY WORK Excellent payl) Assemble then 15 cents for each word thereafter. C/B house on Lake Geneva. Central
products at home. Call for Information. FOUR FAMIlJlSi" Saturday 9 til. Two H/A, den, screened In porch kitchen 24X44 DW MOBILE HOME 1974 Fleetwood -
CENTRAL FLA. DAILY NEWSPAPER need 304-641-8003, ext. A9579. 11/19 4tpd block North of Bakery on appliance furnished. Call $7,000 mode with, good condition,3BR 2BA-
12/10 lmorelond. 10/29 TF 475-3158 4753280. optional living room set -
or 4tchg
experienced layout or(lit. Nationally 7500.
1-468-2286 after
known organization excellent CITY OF STARKE POWER PLANT has an SATURDAY,'DIC. It 7 mile South on 301 PERSONAL SERVICES 11/19.12/10 12/3 6 p.m. Itpd

benefit, alary and career opportunity. opening for the position of Power Plant on right, past C-18. Look for ilgn Itpd THREE BEDROOM 2 bath Crystal lake
S.nd resume to 202-P, P.O. Box Maintenance Mechanic. Minimum requirements 12/3
home TWO 2 bath
sites, $375/mo. BR. ,
ore: graduation from on 3 MILES WEST OF LAWTEY on 225 at 68thSt. -
1899 Inverness, Fl 32650. fcan 87-473
homes, decks, sidewalks. Free Hall Lake, $3SO/mo. TWO BR, 2 bath, .
LIVE IN WITH ELDERlYi Most be able to approved high school or GED priorpow.r Appliance, Christmas decoration, pools Hutchenson Lake, $375/month. Call -. ,
drive plant maintenance, electrical or clothe Saturday only. Itchg 12/3 estimates. Call Rob 473-3590. 3/5
dependable, non-smoker. Room Trevor Water, Century 21, 4734903.
and board plus small salary. Glv. diesel experience preferred. Applications THURSDAY ft FRIDAVt' 527 N. Cherry St. tfnchg 12/3 ...
reference., telephone number, salary will be received until 5 p.m. Fri Baby and kid clothe and mar. Itpd LAWN MOWING Trimming edging. .tchgI224HELP
requirements above housing day, December 11, 1987. Apply at the 12/3 Call The Lawn Barber. 4733590. Free
allowance. Writ. to: Eld.rly Car., P.O. City of Stark. City Hall, Personnel Office HOME INTERIORS ft GIFTS Sale up to Estimates. 3/5 tfnchg. WANTED
Drawer A, Stark., Flo. 32091. 11/19TF 209 N. Thompson, Starke, Fla. 50% off. Now' the time to finish CARPET CLEANING C 6 B Carpet IUpholstery
HI, BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 12/3 2tchg 1210RECEPTIONIST decorating your home for Xmas and truck mounted deep NURSERY WORKER 6-10 hrs/week. r aif
wanting part-time work delivering and experienced receptionist get those special gift. Saturday 8.30: steam extraction.. 115.1231 4737770. Freeestimates. Ellam Baptist, Church.Call church office i I
counter work. Great for students. needed foe busy law office. Must have a.m.-3.30 p.m. Brownlee Rd 3 mile 475-2820 between 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 2tchg
Vlto's Pino. 11/26 2tchg 12/3 own transportation. Salary commensurate from city limits. 9646451. Itpd 12/3 very 11/26-12/3 I I. -
R.N.i All shifts, Monday-Friday. Good with experience. 964-8272.12/3 MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE 9 a.m. Saturday 11/26-12/3 2tchg FEDERAL STATE, ft CIVIL SERVICE lobs., ,
pay, good benefits. Contact Kay Dowl- 2tchg 12/10 Dec. 5. 617 W. Pratt St. Clothe, INCREASE YOUR PAYCHECK $300a $14,877 to S63.148/yeor. Now Hiring!
Ing. 259-3151, ...t. 215. 11/26 2tchg LEGAL SECRETARY must hove experience drape, mall electrical appliance and week possible. Over 18 up old. CALL JOB LINE 1-318-459-3611 Ext .9
12/3 In filing In county circuit and much more. Itpd 12/3 12/3-12/10 years F3339A for Info. 24HR 3tpd 12/3-12/17
l.P.N.'si All shifts, Monday-Friday. federal courts, word processing and SPECIAL MI-CHRISTMAS GARAGE SALEi "' 73.7442.2tpd eta1loee11y full-tlme/parj-llme. I Iralr
Good pay and good benefits. Contact real estate practice and procedure 4 families. Saturday, Dec. 5 8-2 p.m. HOME IMPROVEMENT, repairs, additions YARD SALES on live airline computer. Home
Marl Brook. 259-3131 ext. 223. helpful. Salary commensurate with ex 706 Gene Drive, Green Acre.. S.R. 16 or complete building. 30 years study and resident/ training.
11/262tchg 12/3 perience. 9648272. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 Wett. Itpd 123SATURDAY experience serving Bradford and Clay YARD SALE-Sat., B a.m. until?. Clothe. Financial aid
TURN FAT INTO .UI! Need 10 TEXAS OIL COMPANY needs mature 8-3 ,.m.1 Lot of bargain, Counties 473-4018. 5/28 tfn book, dishes, etc. 230 Oriole. i available. Job
overweight people no matter how big person for short trip. surrounding pots, pan, cloth.., kitchen utensils. FLOOR SAGGING Door Dragging 473-4818. Itchg 12/3 I placeman assistance. National
that want to lose weight and make Bradford County. Contact customers.We .tc. SR 16, 8 mile North toward prison. House out of level?? LaRue Leveling GARAGE SALE Sat. Raton furniture, ,' 'headquarter, lighthouse Point, Fl j
money. Medical breakthrough train. Writ N.C. Dickerton, Pres., Watch for lgnt. Itpd 12/3 service for all your foundation repairs, clothing gift, misc. Item Give away : A.C.T.TRAVEL SCHOOL
Part/full time. ((303)) 238-7346. fcan Southwestern Petroleum Box 961005 FRI ft SATURDAY 8-3 p.m. on Grlflli 4737721. 7/9 tfnchg price 5593 CR 352. 473-3686. Itpd 1-800-432-3004
87-469 Ft. Worth, Tx. 76161. Itpd 12/3 Loop. SE 30th Ave. Two nice coot, size COMPLETE HOME REPAIR carpentry 12/3
LOSE UP TO 35 IBS/MONTH: Weight loss PART-TIME DESK CLERK no phone calls, 44 his and her,good condition; clothes, painting electrical plumbing. MOVING SALI Sat. ft Sun.. 9 a.m. 2 t
program needs overweight subjects. apply In person. Experience preferred.Best baby clothe, owl picture, 10 speed Reasonable rates Licensed contractor, p.m., Brooklyn Bay Rood In Keystone "
Medical breakthrough. FDA accepted. Western Motor Inn 1290 N. Temple bike, 8 track stereo tape player' RB0049306. Call Mitch 473-3940. 8/20 Height Everything must go. Itchg
Personal support. Receive 100% nutri Ave. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 reading books, coffee table, end TFchg 12/3 ...................
tion. Call for Information 3016670521. WELCOME HOSTESS to promote Brad table, glass, record album, dre.. GARAGE SALE furniture cloths, misc. 1'1
fcan 87472. ford/Clay County area to newcomers. pattern, dinner table set and 4 chair, last house on left, Geneva Lake FREE Nov. Rentwcoupon I
R.N.i full-time position available. Nightshift Must enjoy meeting people, have car full size roller bed frame, exercise MISCELLANEOUS Estate Fri. ft Sat. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
excellent benefits and PTO pro. and knowledge of area. Send name bike, good condition. Some Xmas 4751682. Itchg 12/3 :p -
gram. Med/Surg experience required. and phone number to Florida Greeting thing, misc. Item Itpd 12/3 PACK RAT Buy sell and trade collectible "If Eligible"New =
Apply to Personnel, Lake Butler Service P.O.Box 6, Eustls, Fl. 32726. 1222 BRADFORD ST.i Thursday. Dec. 3, Items and antiques. Used furniture, Apartment
Hospital Hand Surgery Center SR 121 A 12/3 2tpd 12/10 Friday, Dec. 4, 8.5 p.m., both day. glassware, jewelry and much mor. J from $220 I
100 Lake Butler Fla. 904-496-2323 AVON REPRESENTATIVE needed full- Molt ell. Pleae come by to see and Come see for yourself One mil east .- per month
EOE. 12/3 2tchg 12/10 time or part-time. Unlimited oppor buy. Small swing set, $25; mall couch of Keystone Heights on Highway 100. Keystone Village =
CITY OF STARKE POWER PLANT has an tunities. For more Information call $25; rocker$10: baby bed$25; RCA col- 4732183. 3/3 tfnchg -- 21 Apartment _
opening for position of Power Plant Ramona 7823068. 12/3 4tchg 12/24 or TV$150; art picture, clothing large I 87 Cavalier C-L $ OCSO. :i Located In Keystone Club Estates r
Operator. This position Involves shift OLAN MILLS NEEDS two mature ladles or couch $40; handmade quilt, lot of CARSFOR Payments $225. mo '
work Minimum requirements or.: men for temporary telephone sales. 20 miscellaneous. For more Info call '87 Cavalier CS $856O. Call:
graduation from an approved high hours per week. Good pay for people 964-7861. Itpd 12/3 SALE 1974 Plymouth, brown, 2 473-3682
school or GED prior Power Plant or who enjoy visiting on the telephoneand KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7411 Hallman, next door, Slant 6, 225 cubic Inch.s with Payments $195. mo I lei-
electrical experience preferred. Applications would like to earn extra money for to Clay Co-op. Furniture, moped m!.c. velour bucket seats. $450. Running '87 Cavalier CS $'7350. will be received until 5 p.m. Xmas. Call 964-3001 or 964.3002 for In Bargains. Frl ft Sat., 9.5 p.m. Itchg 12/3 condition needs body work. 473-4044. $167. .........rassar.rrrBANK
Friday Dec. 11, 1987. Apply at the City terview. Itchg 12/3 CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ONLY Fri- Itpd 12/3 Payments mo
of Starke City Hall Personnel Office, day and Saturday 9.... p.m. NE 10th Off FOR SALE '80 VW Rabbit standard: '86 Cavalier CS $6806.
209 N. Thompson Starke. 12/3 2tchg PERSONALS 16 East. Itpd 12/3 AM/FM AC, 2D Hatchback $800. Payments $159. mo I'
12/10 GIANT YARD ft PORCH SALE on Griff I
473-4837 after 6:30 12/3
p.m. Itchg '
FULL TIME/PART TIME PRN POSITIONS Loop, across from Grace Baptist 87 Chevy Berretta $10.660
available. RN'.. LPNi, AccountingClerk ALONE?? Call BRINGING PEOPLE Church Friday ft Saturday Dec. ....5.9 Payments $242. mo
ER clerk, dietary aide. Apply to TOGETHER I Starke's most respected a.m. until. Stove, kitchen appliance, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTFOR REPOS
personnel Lake Butler Hospital Hand dating service since 1977. All ages Including furniture, radio, ttereo, bed, 87 Olds Delta 88 $12.560
Surgery Center SR 121 ft 100 Lake senior citizens clothe, toy, curtain, sheets, fuse RENT IN KH mobile horn, 2BR Payments $285. mo
_ Butler, Fla. 904-496-2323, EOE. 12/3 18006484401. tfn boxes, much more. PRICED TO SELL 11 I 1BA corner lot private, $245/mo with '87 Olds Cutlass Wagon 1985 .Chadwlck ;
29"'N10MIDDLE LOSER WANTED Lose up to 29 pounds, 12/310| option to buys> 473-2730..2tchg
AGE COUPLE to work In motel Inches, cellulite this month. Doctor SATURDAY ft SUNDAY! 5 famllle: dinIng 12/3-12/10 payments $226. mo. $9980. Mobile Home
live-In mold work, some yard work. recommended on TV. Free shipping. table chair, Christmas tree, "87 Olds Ciera Brougham Excellent Condition
9647184. 12/3 TF I've lost over 50 pounds myself. dl.hes. mlic. Hammond Rd. off 301 FOR SALEFOR I
6126421915. fcan 87-468 North. 964-6743. Itpd 12/3 Payments 271. mo $11.96O

I SATURDAY DEC. Si 8-2 p.m. Home Interior SALE Double bed headboard, Hot- '87 Olds Toronado i -1985 Redmon
I. scratch and dent with Christmas point electric stove Sears Kenmore Payments $339. mo $14.96O
Item 1103 Pratt St. 12/3
Itchg machine. 4737459. 12/3 Doublowlde
sewing Itpd '
FIVE FAMILIES Frl ft Sat. 656 W. 87 Olds Ciena $10.488
FOR SALE 36" gas stove- $30; VW van Mobile I
CONVENIENCE STORE POSITION Madison St., 8.5 p.m. Baby bed baby $400; small child's stereo $25. Payments $238. mo Home
Item, furniture lamp, clothe, much Excellent Condition
more. Itchg 12/3 473-7534 2tchg 12/3-12/10 If no answer keep calling. '86 Buick Skylark C $845O. I

GIANT YARD SALE Thursday ft Fri, Dec. Payments $192. mo I
Looking for a career In an Industry that has 60,000 plus 34. Com.r 16 ft Walnut St. Stereo CLEAN USED TRUCKS 1984 Brigadier

stores? You'll find them with MAJIC MARKET. One of the washer/dryer microwave sewing '86 C-10 Silverado Slnglewlde I
machine, many household Item Itpd Chevy
country's largest and fastest growing convenience stoiT 12/3 UVE-IN PW. PL.V-8.AT.AI r $9900. Mobil Home
chains. We are Interviewing for: SALES ASSOCIATES a d YARD SALE Saturday. 10 a.m. til. River- HOUSEKEEPERWanted.Competent
Payments $230. mo
bend Estates In Graham. Follow *lgn*. Excellent Condition
ASSISTANT MANAGERS. We offer: highly competitivepay Dishes, clothe, many misc. Item Itpd persoij '87 Chevy 0-20 Beauvllle Available

up to $3.75 $4.75 per hour depending on experience, GARAGE 12/3 SALE 609 Melton Terrace. 9-5 to live In and take care'of I Payments $370. mo $15.960 For Financing Qualified Applicant

on the job training, health/life Insurance, profit sharing, p.m. Friday and Saturday. Itpd 12/3 nice home In Starke area. '85 Chevy S-10 Tahoe .All Bid Considered

progressive merit Increases, paid vacations credit union & YARD SAUl Wlnnebago Chieftan. Duties/ Include housekeeping' Payments $225. mo $75OO. H Interested Gall

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES. Some retail experience Is 782.3673.Itpd 123HAND.CROCHETED and care of 12 year olds n. 3 additional trucks .

desirable but not required. For prompt consideration call us ITEMS, stereo etc. Please send Inquiries to: P.O. ORIANWELLSChevyOlds ;> 964-7050,

In to 605 W. Madison Saturday 8 o.m.-S p.m. Powell'Direction: 301 *o* J. Hampton, Fla. 32044. .. Ext. ;233ForAppolntm.nt
or reply person : Penny Bayes North turn right at Dairy I ,

Street, Starke. Phone: 964-9903 E.O.E. Freeze, follow ilgn ltw 12/3 HWY. 301 N. Starke I To See

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f' OfPHHAfflODN : mi Carport Room Addition* ...NewRoofSjiteiM filetlng > ;;Largo or Small Loads. of- ,_LimeroclT! 12x12 o Well lighted e 24 Hr. Access

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Rental infermatlon avMabto atItonM 'I f Face Shields. $2.50 Cylinder Boring .$20.

Oflto*. *r call(to.I) Walnut Street i ( O Oil Filters $1.99 ATV & 4 Wheeler
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Army Private Amy E. Rucker Avoid These Holiday Hazards
_. daughter of Barbara E. and L.B.
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1 Savvy homeowners
Rucker of
Heights, com- the holl-
FOR SALE pleted basic at Ft. Dix N.J. precaution
receive training, students
Instruction in drill and Protecting against six holiday
HALF .PRICI Women's and
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSi As Iowa. mens designer
GIGANTIC Saturday Dec. 3. Behind ceremonies reading
weapons map alarm bells from
$14.99 per month. Call 9646946. tfn fragrances, colognes, perfumes, and OFFICE AND WARIHOUSI SPACI. Horseshoe Bar Clothes record player, tactics military courtesy, military hazards may keep
orlum.s. Call after the silver bells during
4 7823489. out
NEWSPAPER PLATESi Aluminum. Itchg 12/3 p.m. located In Union County Tlms lamps, top., tires, (ewelry, records and justice first aid, and Army history drowning
Meaiures 24x36". 25 cents each. Great building. Call for Information. lots more. Itpd. 12/3 and traditions. your holiday celebrations. Accord.
for patching and repairs. TELEGRAPH, USED THOMAS .PLAYMATE ORGAN: 496.2261./M. ing to the alarm industry expertsat
135 W. Call St. 964.6305. $350. 9646585. Itchg 12/3
ALICIA HAY new hay $25. Delivery ELECTRIC STOVE: 30", electric' 4-burnert INSURANCE REWARDREWARD Robert J. Darden Rollins Protection Services, you
available. All hay In barn. 7 miles West with doubl. oven excellent condition Promoted to Sp4 should be aware:
of Starke 'Rd. Gasklns. 964.6439 after 6 p.m. Itchg 12/3 People buy more during the
on 16 Jimmy MAINIt. INSURANCI AGENCY 25 E. Robert Oarden son of James R.
$500 reward offered for Information
964.8356. 8/27 TFchg SEVERAL ITEMS: Small refrigerator, $75; Main Street lake Butl.r, 4963978. leading to the arrest and and Karen M. Darden of Keystone, holidays and generally have more
LIMEROCK, FILL, lAND hauled and medicine cabinet, $20; stereo cabinet, (?omplt In.uranc. S.rvlc.10 tfn of the conviction for has been promoted in the U.S. Army cash with them and around the
spread. 782-3172, Allen Taylor, $8. 964-6213.. Itpd 12/3 disappearance persons of Frank responsible Rlgdon's dogs to the rank of specialist four. house-a temptation to burglars.
POOL TART and all accessories,
9/24 TF excellent
lawtey. HELP WANTED Call 496-3894. tfn/chg. 12/3 Darden Is an ammunition Gifts and packages accumu-
All condition. Must ..II. 750.
ALICIA HAY Fresh cut $::15 a roll.
hay und.r born. 7 miles from Starke on' 533.2196 or 333-2604. ttchg 12/3 specialist In West Germany,with the late around the home and in many

Hwy 16 toward prison. 964.6167 or IMS HONDA FOUR WHEELER: $750. CAREER OPPORTUNITY. for tewing HOMES FOR SALE 06th Ordnance Company. He Is a cases remain tagged. This may
182.3121.6/4tfn 964-4314.. 12/3 Stchg 12/17 machln.operator Off.r 2 weekt paid School.graduate of Keystone High tempt someone to take them and
FIREWOOD $45 for long wheelbase RVT All TERRAIN RADIALS I...than 100 vacation. 'Insurance plan, 3 paid GOVERNMENT return them to the store for a cash
truck load with free fat lighter. miles, cost $417 sell $300. 9645664. holidays and profit sharing. HOMES from $1. (U
r.palr). Aviator
9644238. 10/29 TF Itpd 123"ECANS helpful but not necessary. W. will Dellnguent tax property. Crowley refund.Too
PIANO FOR SALSt Want.d-.r.sponslbl. : $.80 per pound. 9645760. 'Itpd train. Apply In person Lake Butl.r Ap Repossessions. Call 1(803)687/000( ) Is a Warrant Officer many holiday decorationsmay
12/3 Ext. GH-1136, for current repo II.,. overload home circuits and
party to take ov.r low par.l. tfn-8/13 John H. Crowley whose mother
.on spinet piano. Can be seen UTILITY TRAILER,5x10, single axle, $700. WANTED LPN OR CERTIFIED MEDICAL 10/22 Btpd. 12/10 and stepfather Mr. and Mrs. Ed. create the potential for an electricalfire.
964-5894 alter Three bedroom I 1/2
6 12/3
locally. Call 813-489-1522 or write p.m. Itpd ASSISTANT for doctors office. Call .
Credit Dept., Box 8547 Ft. Myers, Fla. SEVERAL ITEMS: Dishwasher $50; tabl. I-219-7741, for Interview. 11/262tchg. bath block central heat and air, win Holliday of Keystone, has .
and increaseduse
In Shaw received the silver wings of an Army Party smokers
33908. 11/19 3tpd 12/3 with 6 chairs $50; living room suite, 12/3 carpet throughout Subdivi
CHRISTMAS TREES Choose and cut live best offer 782-3078, leave message. FEDERAL STATI a CIVIL SERVICE JOiS sion. Call 496.2708.12/3 2tchg. 12/10 aviator and was appointed a warrant of fireplaces may also lead to

tree from 2,000.hap.d pin.and cedar. Itpd 123SHAPER $'4707 to 66819year. Now Hiring! TAKI OVER PAYMENTS 3 Bit mobile officer upon completion of the fires.
1.10 E to Hwy 125 exit at Glen St.Mary. METAL 28", $1500 or trod. Call'{ Job line 1(518)439-3611( ) ext. home; $178. month. Credit rotary wing aviator course at the Many people disregard their
'.. 9645184. Itpd 12/3 F3448 lor Information. 24-hr. 12/3 per no problem U.S. Army Aviation School, Ft.
Go 12 mil. North on Hwy 125. owner finance. 14631356.' usual safety routine or are careless
Watch for signs 259-7703. 11/26 4tpd STAINLESS' STEEL COUNTERS sinks, 2tpd. 12/10 11/26 Rucker, Ala.
4tchg because and
12/17 walk-In coolers, some restaurant lAIN 17.75 HOUR W.need assistance In The course provided training in they're busy preoc-
CHRISTMAS SUNIEDSi Sunol-Wolff equipment. Rick., 964-3184. Itpd 12/3 evaluating and responding to dally leadership and helicopter flying cupied with holiday preparationsand
Sun bed.. For family or business. WOODWORKING EQUIPMENT. : 4 work reports submitted by our agents LOSTFOUNDBLACK techniques as well as instrument fly festivities.
SlenderQuest Toning Tables. Super shapers, 3 doubl.end trim saws; drum throughout the state. No experience ing. Crowley is a 1978 graduate of The holidays can trigger
Mon.ymak.r. Call for FREE color sanders; 3 ft. double disk.and.r; dado necessary: paid to complete training. Orange Park High School. criminal impulses in the emotionally -
Work at home. For Information send A TAN .PART BEAGLE HOUND
machine machine 4 ft. dust
catalogue and Xmas Specials. ; tenoning ; disturbed.
18002286292. fcan 87-474 and chip collector 50 hp; two 2hp dust self-addresses, stamped envelope, 9 Mali Found on SRI21 In Worthington
SIGNS I 11 Lighted blackboard special collectors; tabl. and radial arm saws; 1/2 Inches long to: AWGA Dept E, Box Springs between Little Springs 8 Elsie
$149. Lighted window sign $119. panel saw and others. Ricks 964-3184. 49204, Atlanta Co. 30359. Itpd. 12/3 Chapel Roads. Call 496-3353, after Sp.m.
A-frame sidewalk sign $149. Programmable
with at least 6 months In
LED sign $399. Flashing arrow OFFICI EQUIPMENT: Ten file cabinets. experience .
sign $299. See locally. 1-800-423-0163 $25 to $75; on. fireproof 4-drawer hospital work. Salary $5 per hour plus WORK WANTED
anytlm.. fcan 67-470 $175; other office Items, Metal parts benefits. For Information call Cecil at GAS m ARROANGES
RMC 4962222. ext. 160. 12/3 2tchg.
DEAL DIRECT WITH MANUFACTURER: and shelf bin., roiling stock carts and
"Crown Metal Buildings", not a Broker.60'xlOO'x14' dolly. 9645184. Itpd 12/3
Reasonable rates. Call for freeestimate.
w/one 12x12' FO and one some
3070M Door. $13.265. 70'xl25'xl6' lumb.r and plywood windows FOR RENT 4963587. 11/124tpd. 12/3 e

w/one 12'x12' FO one 3070M door, 964.5184ltpd 12/3
$18,647. Prices F.O.B. Cabot. Arkansas. SPEAKERS Custom Installations for cars WANTED
Call Pat Branlgln, 18005270963. and trucks. Custom-built acoustic WILL TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on your
located In Union County Tim. Building
Lee Grunk.m.y.r 13053213351. fcan boxes for hi-fi systems. Motorola mobile home. 2 or 3 bedrooms. Will
at 150 West Main. Call "496-2261 for
87471. tweeter and mldrange drlv. Dyna- consider small equity 14631356.
SEVERAL ITEMS l Drive and Black Max Punch woofers; more Information. tin 12/17 -
: Cypress portable |acu 11/264tchg '
IN TOWN I furnished
any size 6% to 18 Inch. Also car stereo
hot tub like new 3 jets, $1.000, was and
all electric, central heat
and amplifier Installation Logan Rick.,
$1500 n.w; Ergometer exercise
964.5184. 12/3 air private paved rood laundry and FOR SALE
bicycle, Ilk. new 132 mil., $250 new
park playground. Near schools, ho.p.,
asking $125; 1984 300ZX silver-gray, HAND.QUILTED QUILTS: $100 and up.
state facilities. PINES SR-121 east Lak.Bull.r.
load.d. $10,500, looks and rides gr.otlSunl.t ) 9646477. Itchg 12/3 d "
Call 4962366. Two children STORAGE HOUSES Need extra IIII
HEAT PUMP Ilk. used storagespace ,
tanning bed, 1 yr. old, comm.r.clal : n.w. only 6
winter and Vi. Just take max., and no pets, chg/tfn 5/21 ? We have 5x10 and 10x10 mini
or home use, safe, $5500 new summer. overpayments.
very BUSINESS OR OFFICE SPACE available on warehouses. Hale and Associates
Call 431-1270 after 6
now asking $2500. Call Alan 9644645. p.m.
Itpd 12/3 Main Street In Lake Butler, next door to 496-3939. tfnchrg,8/27 _
TREES: cut or dig.
you krJ.
tfn-B/6 STOVI 496-2090. '
Camp.r Ice box; n.w luggage set. Call PECANS 9647698. Itpd 12/3 11/26-2tchrg-12/3 / !Q lfi
964 8933. Itch 12/3 Ideal for small family large yard. $175 Gelding $530. Barrel saddle with -
ALICIA HAY In rolls, horse quality. All per month. 4962842. Hn/chg. 10/8 blanket $275. Or all for $2,100. Call
und.r born. Ord.r hay for winter and THREE BEDROOM APRTMENT Eugene Dukes "496-2149 after 6 P.M.
leave und.r my barn until you need It. Refrigerator stove. $160 a month. $100 Irchg. 12/3 1ti _
7 mil. North of Stark. on Hwy 16 CommercialBuilding deposit., In Lake Butler. Call 4963738. QUEEN SIZE BED mattress, headboard
toward prison. Barn on West side of 12/3 2tchg. 12/10 box springs, triple dresser. 4963644.
road by split level home und.r pecan 12/3 12/10 \
grove. Delivery available. Arthur WOMEN'S CLOTHES Slies 38 to 44. Larg.
Gasklns, 7823727. '10/22 TF Classified Ads variety. Call 496-2317, anytime. Itpd. Ill:
PRICE EVER I 11 I One month only 14 ft. Get Results

galvanized 25993. Christmas 1725 sq. ft. LAND FOR SALE
Layaway. $25 holds'til Christmas. Call GAS FISHCOOKERS CHARBROILiGRlll a
10/22 12/17 36000.00 I l ,s ,
now. Jax 1-778-3227. 9tpd MOBILE HOMES
'17 HONDA 200SX four track: n.w$2300. 96486219after : ,.,., ACRE LOTS OR LARGER New River y- .
now $1700 OBO. Daytime 964.7913 or FOR SALE Plantation on SR-100. also lots on SR18 GAS. I
6.10 p.m. 3780328. 11/26 4tchg 12/17 near Worthington Springs Low down
PICKUP TRUCK PARTS for sale' for full. 6:30 pm U'x 65 MOBILE HOME Two bedroom, 1 payment owner financing. Hal. and
size Ford truck. 9648569. 11/26 4tchg 1/2 bath central heat and air. Must Associates 496-3939 tfnchrg 11/12 :

12/17 see to appreciate. 6000. Call
4960071. tfn/chg. 3/19

, for sale or rant Also'tots for '01.. Hal. ANY CAR $200 with one gallon of
NOW LEASING and Associates 4963939. tfnchrg 9/3 Dupont enamel. Don's Paint and Body ?
LIKE NEW 1984 THREE BEDROOM, 2 Cason Ave., Raiford. 12/3 2tpd. 12/10 s83
Forest Park Apartments $14,700 financed $11.700, cesh. Mec NOTICE MOW
Douglas, Sr. 4961307.: tfn/chg.10/8 I
An apartment complex designed for moderate .....(:W:: MOBILE HOME FOR SALE Repossed No Classified deadline Is TUESDAY ( PRICED .j WITH

Income families. No rental assistance available.* .,(.4'\ :'" ..\. down payment owner financed. Call NOON prior to Thursday publication. from f' TANK
Sid's Mobile Ham. Park.
".1>1" :. 4963715. Minimum words for
Attractive 1&2 BR/1 B Apts. refrigerator I .: :: : :"
range ; :'W.l: Itpd. 12/3
\, then 15 cents for each word thereafter.
carpet, cent heat & air, patio and laundry. Free y"", 'i) 'oo' ,?': YOUR HOUSEHOLD GIFT STORES

water, sewer & garbage. Rent $185. $220 ,., :: I' :' .. .:'

minimum. For Information/application: I Jih i I fdeas I MAYTAG TAPPAN

Forest Park Apartments 775 NE 1st Street WASHER & DRYER MICROWAVE OVEN

(904)) 496-3439 E.H.O._

Most of the gifts you'll buy
this holiday season will come
from stores in this area, no
doubt. For the one or two

hard-to-please people on your purrs,, .
lint, you may have to dial i
another number to ring up THPPNJli

One way of buying useful, 700 WattBrowning
OF FLORIDA thoughtful gifts can be done ..
right from your easy chair. : AMERICA'S #1 PAIR Element
Including equipment!? from Department of Transportation Department of Simply pick up your phone

Highway Safety 'and Motor Vehicles, Game and Fresh Water Fish and order virtually any item- li-t Now "

Commission Department of Agriculture and other State Departments. from foods for your holiday $1500" $228
table to a warm sweater for
sister-from the
your many
: mail-order catalogs you receive This holiday ...son

West 7th Street Lake City. Florida Your shopping can be less the New Year with a telephone -

TIME: 11:00: a.m., Saturday Dec. 12, 1987 expensive if you take advantage call( to a friend or -

INSPECTION: Friday Dec. 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. of consumer reward loved one. T : i
There's no need to
Auction 9 til auction time
Day: a.m.
"beet deal" the You
search out the on during year. can enroll
TERMS: Cash Cashiers Check. Personal or Company checks the gifts you wish to buy. in the program by calling FOR
With AT&T Opportunity Call- this toll-free number: 1-800- THE
MUST have current bank letter of credit guaranteeing amountof ing" when you make $15 or 992-0992.

check.: A deposit of$300.00 for each car, station wagon, distance more per calls month you'll in AT&T earn long one There take advantage are many other of this waysto op : ENTIREFAMILY

van or light truck must be made at time of sale. For other savings credit for every dollar portunity: give your collegiate ,
of calling. You can earn up to son a Call Me card that allows

equipment, a 15% cash deposit is required,balance due by 3 300 credits per month, good him to call you and only
towards dollars off many interesting you-and the call Is automat
p.m., December 14,or deposit will be forfeited. and u efgift! ically billed to your account.Or .
purchase a new phone for
ITEMS TO DE SOLD: Cars (over 50 Highway Patrol cars It's easier than ever to add- your teenage daughter. Snuggle around a cozy fire this holiday season with

including several Mustangs and one Mercedes),Pickups, up the savings credit offered Any way you hear it, it Peterson Gas Logs. No more wood to chop, .,no more
by Opportunity Calling dur- seems the holiday season will ashes to clean. ..Just hours of family enjoyment
Dozers, motor graders, skidders Go-Trat, loaders, forUifts. air ing this time than any other ring in the right way
compressors, tractors, mowers dump trucks, equipment NOW AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES

transporters,equipment trailers, boats, outboards, Honda LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS

ATCs. For Information: Call Mike or Tom Garner Now taking application for 1.2.3bedroom unit. These all- : Sane ?Or4 S441t

electric units are spacious with lots of closet space and all have :

wall-to-wall carpeting draperies and kitchen appliances. On- 3i

slte laundry facilities. Rental, assistance available for. qualified

applicants. Hgjy eF mk m m mp PPBi li1!
B rat for application and Information
I Please see us at Gt: I

1009 SWeth Street 332 W. :MADISON ST. PH. 964-7701
Lak. Butler, Fl 32054 ..... I i[
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Amn. Kenneth Baumes F
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Graduates from AF '1, Lake Geneva Man Trains In Panama
Matter Ellis J.
iiI Sergeant Bosarge
Course of the Florida Air National Guard's Master Sergeant Ellis Boearge, his unit would build or repair air
Airman Kenneth W. Baumes ZOZud: Civil Engineering Squadron who lives In Lake Geneva, recently fields.
grandson of Bill and Jean Pritchardof (Heavy Repair), Is shown here spent IS days In Panama. While The 202nd la designated a lied
Keystone Heights, has graduatedfrom discussing plans for electrical workat there he helped group of men from Horse unit because of the special
the U.S.Air Force law enforce- '" ,! Howard Air Force Base,Panama, the 202nd Civil Engineering training it received combat arms
ment specialist course at Lackland I.". ,U. /.. .,,,1...,;<. during a training period In that coun Squadron (Heavy Repair) begin a and heavy equipment operation. It
.AJr Force Base, Texas. : \ try. The 202nd to permanently stationed large remodeling project. has the ability to defend itself from
Baumes Is a 1987 graduate of rj"'" ..'\\1\:. at Camp Blundug,Florida alKlagsley This work provided training for enemy-attack and then return to
Keystone High School. ', ,,/ .', Lake. him and his fellow guardsmen in work.
Pvt. C.J. Felton 1I, .,vJ,:, "::',",.,.'. t operating in a foreign country,while Master Sergeant Bosarge is a full-
Master Sergeant Bosargehas accomplishing an important project time Air Guardsman, and as such
Completes Basic a total of 23 years military ser Jor the active Air Force. In wartime exercises special leadership while.
Army Private Coltrane J. Felton, vice. nv
son of Willie L. and Mary E. Feltonof
Lawtey, has completed basic y .. t
training at Fort Dix,N.J. .n.
-Felton is a 1987 graduate Bradford -

High School. ..u..... ................ ACTI3ndrta JILSO: Eae1Thirt

_l'I q i7I 504'W.CaIlSt.P.O.tJJt17J66, I $ Originals selection in Petite

Uecruit... 01.n n S Star 1.5'LJ2091.JJ66 I lay sportswear 6y LouGettdand'Lord.'Isaacs
R. Daniel Hughes of Starke has -
been named the outstanding recruit "., (904 964'8S47Our ) U ?
for Company 148 at the Navy's .... Specialty l ,ift Slop p.MT SARabbits alit

Recruit Training Command In San Selection of gourmet coffee is super.WE NOW ORIND COFFEE talk to each other by thump- LI sweaters By Lcray
residents Diego. lie Roger is the and son Joan of Hughes Starke FOR YOU! The gourmet shop is filled with"incredible edibles".Treat ing their feet. 1JirJYl/

and a 1087' graduate of Bradford yourself and buy a basket for a friend! Sample our goodies and enjoy a cup I Lestitfay's .I7
High School. of our famous mulled cider while
you shop. Most rabbits are nocturnal creatures : .R+D GY.L!
PLEAS NOTCH Open Sunday: Until Christmas 1.4pm far :yeur preferring to eat and play from '
Starke Man Wins happing .eenvenlene Always: free Gift Wrapping. dusk until dawn.During the day they ,
and h\O\
Navy Recruit AwardR. We appreciate your patronage 9:30-5:00 M-F 9:30-4.00 Sat.
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Daniel Hughes of Starke has : ,:,, : .' : : u:. 'v ,.. ? ""
been named the outstanding recruit '
for Company 148 at the Navy'sRecruit --
Training Command in San Earn at I
Diego Calif. higher yields 22nd9tnnualCandle4quit
Hughes, the 18-year-old son of
Starke residents Roger and Joan
Hughes, was selected for the PaineWebber Christmas
prestigious award from among the ,
78 recruits in his company who Concert
graduated from boot camp October ,
6."It's certificate of I II
an honor to.have been chosenas 9.00% 5-year deposit I

fellow an outstanding shipmates," recruit says my 8.70%* 4-year certificate of deposit ecem6er er 3, 8:00pm
The award Is given' to the recruit

persona character the highest, attention standardsof to 8.50%* 3-year certificate of deposit i c'r:4; : in thePerforming

detail, camaraderie, and leadership
ability."I 8.30%* 2-year certificate of deposit -
rts Centerat
joined the Navy to serve and
protect my country," says Hughes. 7.90%* 1-year certificate of deposit
!'1 feel it's my turn to help keep the I
United The States 19117 graduate a better place of Bradford to live." 7.35%*. 6-month certificate of deposit

High School will receive specialized Laic City Community
training as a Navy interior com- z
Insured FSLJC
to $100,000.
munications electrician before join- by up .
ing the fleet. I College

Cynthia Williams (904) 3767400or

Cpl. William Cruce (800) 227-8027 1
Promoted Marines
Marine Lance Cpl. William E. Thankybu I For further Information contact:
Cruce son of William and Evelyn S. I Lake City Community College
Cruce of Starke has been promotedto PaindVrefober
his present rank while serving Office Information Service
with 2nd Marine Division,Camp Le- 2610 NW 43rd Street. Gainesville FL 32606 \ Rt.7, Box 378 Lake City, FL 32055

jeune Cruce, N.C.joined the Marine Corps in (90.0752-1822. ext. 241 Sharleen)

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I S IA L F Blue Corvette. ;i

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Ri ,, '86 CAVALIER $15921

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Power disc/rear drum brakes.r
Audible wear sensors. I r r
MacPherson strut suspension. '
Side window defoggers.
5-speed manual transmission.





Up to $2500 discount.

I Power steering. Computer Command Control.
Power wear brakes with audible Flow-through ventilation.
wear sensors. Compact spare tire.
;, Front stabilizer bar. Rear-wheel drive.
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1 Automatic transmission. _
Delco II Plus battery. ,,. ,
Power steering and power brakes.,
Audible wear sensors. '
High energy ignition system. "
Over 60 months, 12% APR, with. Power ventilation system. '
Command Control. .
'2500 down and .
approved Electric pull-down latch for rear ,

credit.'- hatch., .. I I
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T-Tops, Red 'I I ,\ I Red A.T.,A/C ,' 2 + 2, Loaded ,I I I

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